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From San tfrancisoo:
Manchuria Feb. 14
For San Francisco:
l.urllne Feb. 1C
MaKurn Mar. 4 '
For Vancouver! - . ,
Moana Mar. 2 "
Five popular ladies will visit Yc-J
semuc national jrarK ana tour uaii
fornia as the quests of the Bulle
tin for six weeks this summer.
Read the details in Saturday's Bul
letin. This Day's News' Is Printed in Today's Bulletin
ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4S41.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY' OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1810. 16 PAGES.
PRICE 9 CENTS.
REPUBLICANS CONGRATULATE KUHIO
VALPARAISO, Chile, Feb. 12.
The French expedition, in command
of Captain Charcot, who has made
extensive explorations toward the
South Pole1, arrived here today." The
Charcot party went as far south as
seventy degrees. New land was dis
covered west of South Alexander Is
land. Sea Is Giving
Up Its Dead
PALMA. Minorca. Feb. 12. The
full horror of .the foundering of the
French steamer Chanzy came home
to the people of this section today.
when the bodies of the passengers
and crew began coming in with the
tide and were thrown up on the
rocks and ocean beach. '
The single 'survivor of the one hun
dred and forty people who went
down with the ship tells a harrow
ing tale of the disaster. Guards have
" been placedvalong the coast to rescue
the bodies and protect them from
mutilation as far as possible.
More Light Is Shed
On Opinions Of
The Hilo Tiibuno has tho follow
ing to say on thoubject of u Ilcpub;
lkan campaign manager:
The political tempest which
Bill red the quiet of Hilo a little over
a week ago has now subsided,! tho
fceHug which was cicatcd when it
wiis' announced that Lorrln Andrews
had been appointed the Republican
campaign manager having disappear
ed almost as quick! as it appeared.
As u matter of fact, while there was
undoubtedly great disappointment
amongst Auckland's big following,
tho bitterness which gave itself vent
In tho expressions that the commit
tees should resign In a body was not
caused by the fact that Andrews had
been appointed per se, but was occa
sioned by tlio belief that the Ho
nolulu leaders had decided an im
portant matter, and ono in which
the Hilo leaders had made manifest
their greatest Interest, without de
- ferrlng action until tho advices from
Hilo hud been lecolvcd.
In tho meantime, considerable In
' terest has been' shown locally In tho
question as to what was really tho
naturo of tho opposition on tho part
of Desha to the appointment of Duck
land. Desha returned fiom Hono
lulu lust .Wednesday, and he has
given the following statemont In re
gard to the matter:
"I would luthor that nothing were
said about this whole affair, but I
.. . , .n j.,.n.
navo ueen accuseu ui uuuum-ui.i, ,no Knni,nn ,, Ulp Knlulniii mads,
and, untruth, and there have been so, -Ul0 pnity rottirnpil bhortly aft,cr 8
many rumojs and contindlctory 10- o'clock lust night after having mot
ports that I think It best for all con-'with a series of dolnjs through tho
cerned that It is set straight once blowing out bf automobile, tires.
"""When"' came to Honolulu I was', "flno Iho Honolulu boxer, was
asked by some of the members othe
Republican Central Committee to nt-
tend the meeting of the commlttoo
uhlPl, Mia l.nlnir held tn discuss tllO
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11IUIIV1 III I"" Wl.Ut,.l.W..V w ., w... .
palgn secietury and to promote liar-1
mony In the lmitj. I came to the
mooting luto, and whon I got thoro
Continued on Pape 4.
TO QUALIFY AS
. JUDGE .
New Federal Judge
REPLY RECEIVED TO
Honolulu within a month Is the larg
est ct. And still, Purser Ilucgo de
Grand Jury Will File Report, Includ- claros that tho Cleveland salTed from
ing Indictments Against the San Francisco at 2 o'clock" on the
Japanese Poachers, on Robert- afternoon of February 5 with suf
son Taking Office. ' flclcnt accommodation for a score or
. ' moro travelers had tfiey been avall-
A. 0. M. Robertson will tako tho able. "V v
oath of omco as a United Slates Fed-1 We had a flno trip down with
oral Judge Monday morning. haUng 'tll0 exception of the first two das,"
received a cablegram this morning .,,,, n,.i nm.,.,..i ,i.i.
from Attorney Oenoral Wlckcrsham, lecInre' Captain Dcmpwolf this
stating that Robertson's commission morning.
as tho Second United Slates District! The demand's skipper beamed a
Judge had been signed by President broad-gauged Tutonlc smile when
Taft and Instructing him to qualify, lasked what was done concerning the
The failure of iho Washington nu- alleged lolatlon of tho coastwise
thorltles to act with moro speed In i,i,,,in,- inus
naving Juugo iiouensoi commission
an Federal Judge, signed by President'
i.f I... m.,,111,,1 in iho fniinrn ,r h
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This Is becnuso of tho adheronco of
uiiikvu tivniua .jiumi tiuijf iu ivfnj.i.
ITHl...i .. ntiJnt A. ...ha.. Ti.1..
United Stiten District Attorney Breck
ons to tlio Idea that "-without two
Judges under commlserbn to sit on the
Federal bench the United States Dis
trict Court Is in questionable legal
standing, am he accordingly had ex
pressed doubt on the validity of any
act taken since Judge Woodruff left
It Is stated that when the Ckand
Jury reports Monday morning It wU
have true bills against tho Japanese,
poachers arrested at I.ajsan Island
by tho revenue, cutler Thclls In addi
tion to tho .true bill that will bo re
turned against Anderson tlraro, tho
negro who has confossed to the nur
dor of Watchman JIuliu at Wntertown.
Thorn will iiImi bo a number of Indict'
mcntB returned against Japanese who
hao been charged with tho commis
sion ot various offenses agalust the
United States laws.
United Stutcs Judge Dqlo plans an
extended vacation as soon as Judgo
Robert on settles himself on tho
bench Mid Is arranging for a trip to
KALUIli 'ROAD '
IS NOW READY
Mayor and Supervisors
Pass On New
Tho Kalulnul beach roaii, incorpor
ated In tho so called belt road which
Is Intended to circle, tho island ot
Oahii, Is prnctlcnll) ready for tralllc.
Major J J. Fern, City and County
Engineer Hero,. Chairman Qiilnu of the
Road Committee, Supervisor Aylctt
and Secretary RUeubc.rg, paid a visit i
10 iue new uioroiiBiiiare jesieruay.
i nu ruuii iui iioisiiiuLu ul uivr oovv
feet has beon completed and savo but
a little top dressing at certain points,
Is icndy for tiatllc. The work on the
now hlghnay was commenced during
tho first part ot Octobor. That It has
been speedily completed reflects
greatly to tho credit of the City and
County road department.
Tho completion of tho Kalulnul road
adds another Important link In round
tho island communication.
Tho Municipal .party also-Wslted
tho Kahana road, which at tho present
tlma is aliont one third complete.
Tho continued rainy weather has
,!.. un,n. .1..., n..nilln nH l.nll.
Kli-tiuj iviniui'ii ijiivi tiiituia i,ii umii
k ""''r t ' , n , clly'sV '?!.!, nbt
tlnl0 , blimv uoy mu, ,Uo
,.np l.nni' iii. n n Irlnlnir nnniinl.
Immigration Agent Raymond C,
lrtown returned today fiom Hawaii.
where ho has b''on on a torn covering
tho regulation of Chlncso and tho
labor situation Kenoi.ill),
WITH 76J0 PASSENGERS
They're following the man from
riirk-o thnt .i-M,,,iarf,,i mn f,nn
ri.rb-. n. in.. .-.. h..i..i ...i
Clark s-at least, .wen hundred and
sixty of them are, In the large tour-
1st party which drew up alongsldo
the new Alnkea street wharf this
morning as passengers n the pabj-
tlal Hamburg-American liner Cleve-
mini, ana mere uroxe tne nrsi por-
tion of a crulso and tour which will
covor n total of nearly twenty-four
thousand miles by sen and land.
The second) Clark party to call at
..Tlin,.. n matiPr that l strict
", " . "'"' '" " " " "' " "
ul' 0 nasninRlon &na me owners
of th Clcvelimd" wan about all that
could be gleaned from the Qermau
Delegations from the Elks. Sarin-
ers. and the Promotion Committee
boarded launches at an early hour
this morning and Istted the Cleve-
Captain Rcmmer J. R. 'Aden. San
FrnncUco, Cal.j Mr. II. J. Aden, Sun
Francisco, Cal.; Mr. Charles Ahrcns,
I.oulHvllle, Ky.; Capt. J. M. Andrews,
New York; Mr. J. T. ABnworth, Dts.Iru J. Uaker, Washington, D. C.j Mrs
MolnoB, lona; Mr. C. II, Ashworth.l
Following arc a few of tho notices,
both humorous and pathetic, which are
posted In the "Lost and Found" cabl-
not on board tho Clovcland:
"Want to sell across India No 5,
J110 each. Mr. and Mrs. F. U Slgcl.
Room No. 100."
"I want ticket to Benares and Agra
for lady. C. D. Clark, Room 208."
"Uist a belt with gold buckle. Ile
turn to uoom sji.
"I.ady wishes to exchange a Darjccl
Ing ticket for one to Dcnares. Inquire
at Room 104."
"Wanted by a lady tho side trip to
Uenarcs. Apply to stateroonG80." '
"Iost, n gentleman's derby hat and
a pair of glasses. I'lcaso return to
I8t. ona gold pin representing a
honey bee. I-cavo Mr,
'Lost, nose glasses with tho namo
Ferle I.. Sagebcll on the oulsldo caBc.
Any Information kindly notify Room
"A lndy and a gentleman wish to
purchaso a ticket each to Ilenares.
Apply to Room 125."
Mist, brown grip, marked Eleanor
A. Clancey, Room GO. It found In nny
other room, will passengers pleaso glvof-
It to tlio stowbril." ,
'-Wanted to exchange Mkko Party
No, 5 for Party No. 1, or vlcu versa
A. O. S . cabin 127."
"Wanted by a lady, ticket to Dar
leollng, Notify Mrs. K. Murray, room
Soveial other notices, slating tint
parties had lost medicine bottleB,
cloth ciip, hair-pins, etc., nro to be
seen In the forward companion way of
tho main deck.
All the Shrine who own n.itomo.
J-"" bk$W. "."K
from n mftig ho Cleveland I m rIM.
around tO tno IIHTeKllt points Or lllier-
.' i " "" f
I Kddlo Fernandtz lelurncd fiom1
Knual this moinlng Ho has been on
1ho Oarden Island Jfir somo tlmo but
will (uobablv pottla la ,Ilonoluln now,
LJJ LLH -g
land na she rode outside the harbor
awaiting the usual formalities of
Quarantine and Immigration lHspec- Tho Clark tourists will upend ono
t'lon ( ',,, day RI, bout e)ex-en hourg ,
Tuo Honolu) lis were treated with "doing Honolulu," They are schcd-
fnr moro consideration upon this oc- tiled to sail for the longest leg of.
ca8on, and thfy were permitted to.flie tour nt flc o'clock on Sunday
j0ard tno German liner without very afternoon. The next stop made by
nmch Uola-. ( the vessel will bo at Yokohama, duo
. . j -. -m k,-.i- ! t
.tup uAM'nTtpn.AiyrP'PtnAM tiwp.h nTT.VT.T.A'HTi.
The Promotion Committee nad ar-,
ranged with a bovy of pretty young.
ladles to dlstrlbnto lIs and floral
,ri,,.0 i, ,. . 'niln,iilil- furl
.. . Z .. ""..'... "..
was b n.uwu,e m
If any of he Cleveland
"; f -f- I M
lh . v, i
ven hun -
The Indies- iiiiuu)bred
In the CImk natty by an even hun
dred. there being 430 women and
330 men. In the party are but six
Des .Moines Iowa; Mrs. Kmma I.. C.
Ayros, Hound Ilrook, N. J.; Mrs. E. ft.
AjrcA, Wllkt ibarro, Pa.
Mr. !.mm II. Higg. New York; Mr.
(Continued on Page 13)
HOW THI3 COMPANY
STANDS READY TO
Whllo tho public has a gen
eral Idea of the business of
9? trust company.1 there are
many who do not know In Just
what manner such an Institu
tion as ours can servo their
individual needs Therefore
-wo enumerate the following
features of our Trust Depart
Our Company nets as Trus
teo and Executor of wills, and
as Administrator and Guar
dian. Our Company acts as Trus
tee under mortgages and trust
deeds, as Trustee under agree
ments rotating to Lite Insur
ance and declarations of trust
generally, and receives and
manages sinking funds.
Our Company acts as Trus
teo for investing money, col
lecting Incomes and caring for
Our Company acta as Depos
itory for Trustees and Officers
having tho management of es
tates and funds.
Our Company acta as Re
ceiver and Asslgneo under ap
pointment by court.
Our Company acts as Regis
trar and Trantfor Agent In
tho Usulng and recording of
stocks and bonds, .
In addition to 'these trust
Our Company writes surety
Our Company writes (Ire,
accident and life Insurance.
Our Company Insures auto
mobiles against Are and acci
dent. Our Company acts as brok
ers In tho purchase ami sale
of stocks and bonds.
Our Company has an up fo
liate real ertato and rental de
partment Our Company rents safo do
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
children. Thcythcrefore monopo-
llze a lino up-to-date nursery.
to arrive mere on i-enruary to.
The Cleveland was In touch wit..
affairs or the worm tnroug n ner
wel .enu mieil wlreleca anuarntus.
wr. ..,...,.. ..cic.. -i'i'""'-
Western people predominate th
. , ... ' " .'....,. .."i." ...... ,i.i
Clark purtv,. Fom the great plains
-land prnlilcs ot thmMldd(e and West-
i gtncg a l!)rBC. number of the
.. . . . :" . ..
loursts nave ueen urnwu. n hm
also a noticeable fact that but com-
hDMllvnlw Iaiv inuitf itonntn Vfmrt
i' i...t.. . , ii,. Lri.k ...I, 'rh mlttoo of the Territorial Ccntnl Coin
Included n the touring party, the mUp ()f t(p RoinlI)ran ,.arly of 1Ia.
Kivuk U...J...... ,.,.vm, ""-"'-
V(hat Is known In the United States
as the "great middle class," comprls-
Ing leading business and profession-
al men, farmers and ranchers, who
by dint of early practise of frugality
and ceoiiom ha accumulated a
nulst store pt this world's goods
and have reached that Btago of their
lives Vhon they propose to enjoy
soni" of Iho fruits of their Industry.
Contrary to expectations, the
Cleveland brought no mall, tile con-
slgnment Intended for the Islards
being given to the United States
trnnspOlt Sheridan, which Is due to
Continued on Page 4.
The Cleveland's passengers have
been well entered for, as regards lee
tuns, dances, card parties, muslcales,
etc. The program has been ananged
by Rev. D. E. l.orcni nsslsled by Mrs.
Frank C. Clark, Mrs. D. E I-oienx and
Mrs Emma O. Eustace. The lectin eB
will be brief and "local talent" has
been requisitioned. Following Is a
list of tho various Items for tho
umuscmint of the passengers during
their tilp around the world:
Feb. 5, 3:30 p in. IhJIcb traveling
alone are cordially Invited to meet
Mrs. F. C. Clnrk and Mrs. u. u.yjor
cat. Tea will be served at i p. m.
Feb. 5, 9 v in Mr, and Mrs. F. C.
Clark, assisted by Rev. and Mrs. D,
B lH-cnz, will hold nn Informal recop-
Feb. 7. 8:30
First meeting of
Feb. 8. 8:30 p.
brldgo whist part).
Feb. 8, 2:30 p ni'
tho Camera Club,
Feb 0. 8:30 p. m Lecture. "Hono-
lulu and tho Hawaiian Islands," by was so clear mat Jiulgo Thajcr had
Hov. D E I-orinx of Clark's '02 and no hesitation In finding tho accused
03 "Orient" cruises iBullly and fining them J3 each.
i.'oii hi s-sn ii ni uturari enter.' Then the Chief led Ills sleuths out
Feb. 11. 2:30 n. m. First meeting of
tho miiBlcal club.
Feb. ii. g p. in -Dance on prom-
rcb. 14 8:30 u in First meeting or
i iii. n o.ou ji hi i imi iu "'
s mini. Topic: "iiuprcs-
slons of Honolulu
LOS AXQELES. Cal.. Feb. 12.
Former. Oovernor Wolftey of Arizona
wa, killed here today by beInB j,,,,, ,,;,,, VaVl, was the sen" -struck
by an electno car. Mr. Wol- tonro ,, ln ,,linch ,,,,. ., Cl(of
ney Qieu a snon time atier xne ao-
MT "ULUtTIN AP CAY
SPECIAL ELECTION BTnft Toil6
DCDIIRtlPAM I (III IflmO
Executive Committee Has
CARRIED AT MEETING
Members Believe Prohibition Senti-
ment Should Be Determined
Before General Election in No
The c.xocnthe commlttco ot the Re
piiblicnti Tei i llorlnl ventrnl eomiiiltti o
this murnliiB went on ueonl as for-
Ing tlio Idea of n spcclul clictloti to
be c.illed Immediate)), In determine
tho sentiment of the peoplo of Hiiwnll
on the question of prohibition A res
olution wan adopted in that effect and
a cable sent to the lMccnto to Con
gress, Informing, him of Hie Mnnd tak
en by the executive rommlttic
gross, Informing, him of Hie Maud tak-
in n. .mo. o ncciarinR 1 1 .tami -
in ndtllllon to iiecinrlng itn 'tami
-,f ;,,;- ' ;;0 ot Intericro v.' ' ;i
ii.iiibi.i sh as iu nui uiioriLre .. ii
iho general olcctlon, ibo .
tno gentral election, Uio ccc li f
.. can,i.in., ,r .i1( circuit l'l. mJi
nasi'"dr.liy,tlia Jiar, Association, .UrnryJ
II Cooper and William T. Rawlins,
... .a..i...i ., . . ... . I
toe ri'twimiuu ituuiuva ub u iui
The resolution adopted was at fol-
the Cxectilhe Com
wnll that t!ie services nndcred In
Congiess by the Honorable J. IC, Ka-
innlnnaole, I elegato to Congrcsd, to
have the titers of tho Territory set
tie tho qni-Mlon of piohlbltlou for Ha-
"all thus maintaining our homo-rule
Principle (if territorial stains hereby
. '" approbation of this Com-
..e,ol-cd, fnrUier. thnt Iho follow-
ng ciblogi urn be forwarded m Jlon J
K. Kalnnlanaolo, Delegate to Cougieiw,
'"Knbisclto hcdillly approved. Com
"" urgvii iniiueiii.mi upvtmi vnu
. o joM nterfcrenco In .Sncnv
ber election. Letter follows.1
"Secretary Republican Party"
"Resolved, further, that a enpj of
this resolution bo forwnrded to Hon
ornhle J. K. Kalnnlannolc
"JO;iN C. 1.ANE."
TWO GAMBLING LOTS
McDuffie And Staff Get
Pai Kau Players
Chief McDurrtc and his staff wcro
very bus last night chasing up the
pal kau pins ers who have been cole-
urnllng tho Chlneso Now Ycat nil over
First n visit was paid to a house on
.I.lllha sheet, and sixteen Cclistlals
wro gathered In. Tho evidence grufi-
'hed by the police olllccr consisted of
'no usual dominoes, dice ami money.
Cash to tho amount ot 53 was found
on tno gamming innio ami uiu case
,0 Wnlklkl.-iuiU away nt tho back of itlon, ilertrkjty,
Kaplolanl Park, another bunch of iiliio,(m0 arts. Ilbem
pal kau plajcis was located. Tho do -
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i urn iiuush in mncu uio giiiiu
i,i- i.i ., ,, ,. ,ii..
" "m v.,i ...., ,...i v.,.,,...,,..
goi mere aim piuciieii uio uiliicn.
Among those caught cnjojlng them
selves in honor of tho Chlneso New
Year was C. K, Cbarllu. tho
known Marathon iiiuncr. Ch.irllo
iiiimu nu iiiuiLH iiiiiiiu uiu uiuiiuri
"Sliro" lie rP.iinrki.,1 ! ivenl In li.nn
u game, all same hnole. Why not?
This our New Year time, mi iilllkta.
Avo dollir polio nlrlght."
. '' Ji..,cr end u. tho cv .
McDufllo has not Inst a gainbllng caso
. fur nmi hn niwuva mnke. porinin
'of hnvlng n dead open an shut aso
before ho lakes iui)lod to romt,
HEW YORK. Feb.
Tnft arrived in the
city today to
attend the Lincoln baitnuct to be
held t'j: evening, at which the Pres-
ident will deliver an nddress. w
'ihe Piesldint spsnt the day in
conference with the Republican lead-
of the city ana atnte.
TANGIER, Morocco, Feb. 12. It
j, r.norte,i .. that Raisuili. the
f - bandit chief , dead -,t u
fJa'med that he has been poisoned
oj -ijs loiioucis.
NEW YORK. Feb. 12. The Cen
tral F&andry Company, with a capi
tal cf fourteen millions of dollars,
WORLD'S1 FAIR CON-
CrH. Koster To Interest
Nations In 1913
Amongst the distinguished visitors
ii III, Illllill'll luuil 1 1 trill UIU IIUIVI.IIIU
arc Mr. ami Mia. Charles H. Koster
of llrookljn, N. Y. Mr. Koserls
the foreign commlsslonei-nt-large for'
tho New YoiU World's Fair to bo
held In 1013, and is making al.trlp.. ,
minimi inn ilium iu iiiivivdi iiiu ym.
tons nations In this fortheomlng 'ex
position. Mr Koitc- visited tlio
II u 1 1 c 1 1 n olIHe nnd also tho Pro
motion Committee. i
The World's l"ulr to bo heldMn
Now York City In 1913 Is In couf
memor.itlon of tho threo hundredth
amitvcrkary of the settlement of.tho'
Island .of Manhattan by the Dutch.
Every nation will lo represented, "as
well ns all sections of tho United
States. , fi
The features and exhibits wilt era
brace nit branches ot the arts, and
sciences, Industries and commerce.
It will afford a wonderful opportu
nttj for the dlsplaj and, sale of ;nor
rhandlse, Inventions nnd manufac
tines fiom nil parts of the worldvlu
tho greatest market of the worldjj''-'
Tho principal exhibition buildings
ns now proposed will number seven
teen, and will be nkglgucd as follows:
Puro food, iimthluer), trnnsiiorta-.
varied Industries, ,
eral arts, agriculture,
' llurat0I1 lllul ,cu cconomy, manu-C
factures. mines and metallurgy.
'Slates or the t.'nlon. Stnto of New
:. , , ,, ., - ' vJ .
i York, automobiles, aeronautics., his-
, . - -.
torj and arts.
The sle. plan nnd scope, architec
tural burnt v uiiil dignity of tho Now
""''York World's Fair will bcllt the im
portant o of its object and of tho;
... - v-. . i- i. c. li n..
-' ' N Ork. Special attention-
vvlll bo given to foreign exhibits.
l'nllnu lilt- Iu n Hill fif din nmrlnl
nf 11. la 11111 l,n.l.P. rtl.. T r n... '
..I i,,n i u,iiii i.iii. y. itui..
bain, president; S. V. Hoffman, Dr.
fi. Htliolar, W. O. Human. C. II. Hos
ier, Col. A. McArthur, T. Q. Bergen,
II, McElioy, tco-prcsldeiits; 0, N!
Moinii, secretarj , J. MeCaldln.tn.-i
,ller: Charles II. Koster, foreign
"4 H'9tis 'v
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fc ta& 4