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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,TT. H, THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1912.
ILmnlliin- Srruml Degree.
IIiiiiiiIiiIii Commit littery
(((clinic Flrt liinrrc,
l.i I Mulm (Impler n. 3, '
0. K. Sr Iteiriiliir.
Al rIclU:i tnembarn ol te
Order r cordially InflUJ to
attend mcfllneu of local UdKM
Heet on the
2ni tnd 4th
t K. P. Hal)
7:30 P. M.
..... .T. ...... laemusri ui
MAKINb tfiUINttrty oth-t Ahu
EKEFICIAl ASVIATiOH. eiation. cor
1 tally invitee
WcKINLEY LODaE. NO.
X. of P.
Metis ry 2nd and 4th Saturday
av-eulug it 7:30 o'clock la K. of !.
Mull. cor. Tort and Ileretaula. Villi-
(UK brothers cordially iiivltocl at-
f. f. Kii.nRT, (J. o.
IX A. JACOllSON, K. K. B.
50M0LULH L0GGE. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Idg No. 1, B. P. 0.
li. moots In their hull, on King
ttrttt. near Fort. every Friday
nlr.R. Vlsltlui; Ilrothera aro cordially
.nvlted to attend.
d . n. isr.Nnrcna, n n.
ar.o. t. Ki.unciix. sec
HAWAIIAN TRIBC NO. 1, I. O. R, M.
Meets every llrit ami third Tuesday
or ench inonlli lit Fraternity ll.ill, I
O. K bulltllug. Vlsltlns brothers cor
dially Invited t attend.
IIHKKY A ASCII. Sachem.
l.i mis a ii:im. r it-
OAHU I.ODQE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first and third Frldny nt
7 3d o'clock, l'ythlrtn Hull, corner Here
Innlii iind Fort Btreits. Visiting broth
ers conlliilly Invited t nttmd.
R. IM'.CKKlt, C. C.
O. JIHINH. K. of 11. k S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets nn second und fourth Wednes
day evenlwj of cncli month ut 7:30
o'clock. In Sun Antonio llnll. Vineyard
street, neiir Huimn. Visiting brothers
am Invited lo nfi.nd
VM JeiNHS. W r.
Jl'l.li H W ASCII. Secy.
lMvenrd Knrle, IIih noted Psychic of
Ban From Isco, who for over twenty
years has In en prominently Identllled
with the Spiritualists' societies of AJner-
Icn. Is In Honolulu and will demon
htratti iisjehlc iheniunen:i. etc. Spirit
ual nilvlre on nil mutters Klvon. Dally
10 to 4: evenings hy appointment. Tel-
phono 3013 or nt residence, 782 ICInau
street. Grand Sennco ecry Thursday
live., 8 o'clock. 6090-tf
Importer Fort St
Milton &. Parsons
THE LATEST IDEAS IN
fort Street Upstairs, in lotion Olock
1037 NUUANU STREET
Up to-clnto Mlilincry nnd Men's Mali"
City Transfer Co.
UNITED STATES CRUISERS FILL
VACANT BERTHS AT
Hongkong Maru Will Take On Coal From Foot of Fort Street.
Skipper of South Dakota Peeved at Assignment of Hack
feld Wharf and Elects to Remain Outside Sheridan Due
Tomorrow Navajo Sailed for San Francisco at Four
O'clock Yesterday Afternoon.
In tho assignment of llRcUfcld wharf
to the Fulled Stnten protcdnl cruiccr
South Dakota, by Harbormaster Fos
ter this inornlni;, the skipper of that
war essel Is understood tn lu.'e l
ninio much pceml ut the berth am!
tliereiiiion lefiihed lo bring his vessel
Inside the harbor.
The South Dakota continue!! lo rldo
.it author nt the quarantine Kroutid
whllo four cssels of the I'aelllc tleet
ie now dhtriliiitrd to the vnrloua
Captain Foster, harbormaster for
the Kjrt of Honolulu forwarded .1 let
ter to Admiral Thomnn which was In
tint effect that vacant berths for nil
vowoU of his command wero now
available The admiral passed the
word ulnnf; the line and the Califor
nia. Colorado. Maryland and West Vir
ginia are Ixrthed at the whares.
HiieKfeld wharf Is said tn havo beet
lousiileieil ton far away from tlm
madilculiiK whirl of smlity to suit the
fancy of the skipper of the South Da
kola who curtly Informed tho Terri
torial olIhiulH that he would not in
ter the harbor If aiodrmed this 'parti
cular wharf The Japanese, stcanxr
Hongkong .Maru Is to lie berthed at
the foot of Fori Htree.t uml will prob
ably remain hero' until Haurday.
When this 'vessel t'akqs her departure.
Mure Is n possibility 'that the South
Dakota captain may hu I ml mod to
brliiK hli loumiaiid aloiiKsldit this
Tho Colorado was brought to thn
HU hards Mreet wharf this inoniliiK.
Nippon .llnrii carlm; the 1'iirt.
Tjjie .lapanesfl liner Nlpiiou Maru
fioiu Ilom;k(iiiK and Jiipau ports la
m ai Iiii; Honolulu and accord I iik to a
lain wireless received nt the UKency
of Cnslle nnd Cooke, that essel should
arrive off the quarantine on or about
live o'clock this evening;, Unlcxs the
Japanese steamer shows up In time,
to warrant a Konerul Inspection nf
paxMMiKerH and crew by the Federal
ipiar.intlne omilah, the Nippon" Maru
will be held outside until tomorrow
mornlnt;. Dr. Ramus and his Mart
will not attempt to pass the vestei
unless the work of Inspection can bo
conducted before sunset. Tho Nippon
Maru In expected will bo dispatched
for San Francisco ut ulna o'clock Iu
morrow moruliij;. This vcrscI will 1m
given a consignment of mall destined
for the mainland,
Mcrrn llrliurlnc; l.e lliau One Hun
There Is a rather small list of cabin
und steerage jiatseiiBerg In tho Oceanic!
steamship Sierra that Is stcamlns
from Sun Francisco and In tho dlrec
Hon or Honolulu and due to arrive at
this iort early Friday inornlni;. A
wireless received at the HKency of C.
llrower and Company last nvcnlnir.
was to the erfed that tho Sierra wits
MS inlleB olT tho port at elfilit oMod,
last nlnht, lirliiKltiR V'' cabin, 13 steer
oko passoiiRoni also 32SI Ions Reneral
carj;o, 102 sacks of later mainland
mall and a quantity of Wells I'arc.o
i xjiress matter.
The Sierra will come nloiiRSlde the
Oceanic wharf beforo elfilit o'clock
Friday nmruliiK nccordlni; to the cal
ciilatlous of tho .wills.
Nainio Salleil Vcslrrclrir Aflornoou.
Ah announced In tlm Bulletin,
the American htuuner Navnjo silled
finiii Honolulu nt four o'clock yester
clay afiemnon, with destination as San
Frnnclsici The. Navajo was shlftcil
to tho ipiuinntlun wh'irf nml after n
(ihliu; fuinU;ntlou wns illsjiatclieil for
Hi" lonht thrcmeh tho ui;ency of C
llrewer and Company
The Navajo brought u shipment of
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors M 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
fMont Rourje Wines
structural steel and Iron for Pearl
Harbor coiistructloii work. Captain
Ahlln ralh-d at the customs early yes.
terday afternoon to clear his esscl
for San Franclwo, thoilRh It Is licllev
ed here that ho will eventually pro
ceed with his command to Cocos 1st.
and, where a parly of treasure Feek
ers arc to be picked up and leturned
to the mainland.
Chliii'"!' llciiiKit's t'rmnl Steamer.
Vessels lenvliu; HoiiRkoiiB Tor Ku
roiie and the t'nlted Stntes are crowd
ed with refiiReeH from tin Chines
Empire, who being obllRed to leave
the country are taking ndvnutage of
the Internal troubles to make a trip
to foreign lands, confident that tho
present Internal strife will not bo en
id for many months, or possibly
Those desiring passage lo England
or Hie nulled Hintet are warned to
liook In advance, as tho vessels aro
being filled with lleelnc refugees, ac
cording to Manila advices.
ntnl I'rclRlilcr (Hurler .Shifted.
The United States naval supply ship
(llacler was shifted from her berth ut
the foot of Fort Etreet today, lp make
room for thn Toyo Klsoiv Kalsha lin
er Hongkong Maru which has arriv
ed from China and .lap .in ports, und
will remain here sulltcletit time lo
take on seven hundred nnd fifty toirl
coal, before ilojiifi I lire for Central and
South American jiorts. The (llacler
has been rImmi a berth at the Hack,
(eld whnrf, which was refused by tho
skipper of the South Dakota.
Tho following wireless message lta.l
lieen reiclved by the ARents from tlm
O, S. 8. Cos S. S, Sierra bound for
S. S. Sierra, nt Sea, Jan. 10, 1912,
8 p, m.: 5IS miles from lort, 78 cub
In passengers 13 Bteerago passengers,
.12.rit Inns general cargo,. 1U2 sulIcs
mulls nnd Wells Far go Kxpress mat
Will arrive early Friday morning'
and dock at Oceanic wharf, foot of
Japanese War VentN Cruising l'arlilr
Tho two Japanese cruisers Aso and
Soya, which wero reported by officers
In tho Cnnudlun-Australlan liner Zea
landla as culling at Fanning Island,
are lo visit Manila, 1'hlllpplne Islnds
on or about the first of March accord
ing to reports receive;! In this city.
Tho objftt of the cruise Is to ulvr
tho young midshipmen nn onportun'
Ity for practical seamanship and ex
perience In visiting various rkirts.
Transport .slirrldnif to .Matson Whnrf.
The United tSates army transport
Sheridan from San Francisco will lie
berthed at tho old Matson or llrower
whurf on aulval tomorrow morning.
This vessel may bo given a Binall con
plgnment of coal, Thu Sheridan Is
understood as bringing down a iJ'iip-
ment or supplies intended for thn lo
cal quartermaster department,
1'roiu t'oniluclnr to Cusloms.
llenjumln Wright, one) of fhe, ohlesf
men In the employ of tho Honolulu
Kapld Transit Cbnipuny, fit ffio enpu
city of conductor, bus severed his con
necllon with the lr.impnrtatlon com
puny nnd today donned (he .uniform
nf a customs Inspector. Mr. Wright
enters the sen leu ut night Inspector
nnd taken the place vacated hy James
nocid, wlro has gonu ,np .the ladder of
pmniotion to tho ranks of duy In spec-
lor. The resignation of W F. Storey
nomn days ago created a vacancy for
which Ilodrt caalfy qnalllled. J. W.
-SUN AND MOON
I 3 3
2 ' ?
41.17 C40l f..in
i oi cw t.n
I S 'lK
,4 jmh.: um
00 S.40 .'.Ml
iTnRt iiunrttT nftho moon Jan. 10.
Tciuperntures C u in., C7; S n. in.,
1; to u. m., 73; noon, 11; morning
Ilaroinetof, S a. in , HO.Oo; absolute
humidity, 8 n. in., 0 :H4 gr.cltM per
ci.lilo foot relative iiiiiulillty, S a. in.,
77 per cci.t i dew irnt, 8 u. in., 02,
Wind ti a. in., velocity 7, direction
N. K.i 8 a. m., velocity it, direr 'km N.
ii.; 10 u. m., velocity 2, direction N
lii noon, tloclty 3, direction y.
ltalnfnli during 21 hours ended H n
iu., 0 inch.
Totiu Vncl iiiii.enient 'li'rln; 21
linui-H ended at noon, 114 iniloi
VESSELS TO AND
(Sirc(ul Cable to .Merchant'
Thnrvihiv. Janiiiir) II.
SAN FltANCISCO- Sailed, Jan. 10,
12:30 p. m.: S. 8 l.urllne, for Ho
8. H. Slerrn, docks at Octanlc whnif
early tomorrow (Friday) mornlf.s'
wltlt 7C'cabln and l.'l steerage nasscn
getrf, '3261 tons cargo and 102 sack
S. S. Nippon Maru, will dock nt Aln.
Iea vharf (his aflernocui about d
oYlocJc with &7 ftcs'iage passengers
and 400 tons freiglil uml Kill for bun
Francisco !i o'clock toinnriow morif-
lug. Mall clowns one und one'lialf
hours before sailing.
.8. 8. Honkong Maru will sail for
South American ports about tomorrow
U. 8. A. T. Sheridan Is expected
from San Frnnrlsco tomorrow.
IMwnrds hull bten njcpoluted as night
Inspector at (he customs to Mictecd
to the place vucated through the re
signation of ,i. J Scully. Scully made
n host of rlends along the front
through his dlBiilay of uniform -courtesy,
und It is understood that ho lias
prlwito business iuk-resH that will
icqulie the greater part of his time.
Edwards, has been a long tlnvc reAI-
ilcut of Honolulu having served with
the United Slates army I- a civil Inn
capacity for the past nine years.
-Nippon .Vara lo Alukcii Wharf.
Tho Toyo Kleen Kalslia liner Nlji-
iion Mnru from Hongkong, Sluinghit
and Japan ports with four hundred
tons Oriental cargo and ninety-six
Asiatic jiacseiiRers 'wilt beith nt Ala
f;ca wharf oil arrival here. TCils m-s-
scl Is exH-cted fate this afternoon mid
Is iluci to Kill for tho const tomorrow
Herman Ship For .liistrullii.
The Herman ship Hcrzogln Cecelia,
In linllni-t, 'Is lxllov'ed will be read)
to sail for Sydney, N. S. W on or
about Saturday according to tho cal
culations of II. Hnc-I.fcld und Com
pany, the n:;cnts for tho vessel. This
ship has I wen discharged of three
thousand tons European cargo.
Wednejdny, Jan. 10.
San Francibcn Ilonolulaii, M. N, S.
S i p, m.
Pacific Oil ports Santa Maria, Am
ntinr,, p. in
Kuual ports Mnuna f.oa, stmr., C
Thursday, Jan. ti.
San Francisco Navajo, Am. rtiur.,
Per stnif w. (J. Hall, for Kaiml
ports, Jan, Ii. Francis (lay.
Per stmr Kll.luca, for Kona ind
Kau ports, Jan. 12. Mlsa K. Sander.
II. Ivors, MIbs Spalding, Mrs. I. I.
Spalding, Judgo Kingsbury and wife,
Miss II. Sanders, F. Unlph, J. T Tny.
lor, T W Taylor, J., II. Mori Is, I.ail
Chew Ahoy, Capt. Nelson.
Pir stmr. Claiidlue, for Hllo via way
rmTIs, Jan. I21. Rov, I). Scudder and
wife, II w. M. Mist. W. A. Ifowr,
Mr and Mrs. IfanMiCfp, Rfrir. Paris and
daughter, W. 1.. Maples.
Per stmr. Manna Keii, for Hllo via
way ports, Jan, 10. W. II, Hlco nnd
wife, Mr Cederloff and wife. It. Mil
ton and wire, Miss M. M. Wright, Mrs
Per iimr. Mlkaliala, for Maul nnd
Molokal ports, Jan, 10. Setiator A.
Judgo Itoblnson , Is sitting on tho
Supremo Court "bcinch this morning
and consequently theo has been
nothing moving In his court diiilne;
ft vL i I
W r. kl , II ii 1 1 1 1 b II wrr ar.
BIOL MILITARY PARADE WILL
' BE MORNING FEATURE FEB. 22
. , I I t o ,
An the result of ft conference yes- besides the big Japanese prores'Ion fat
tofday nflcriuiun botft'ceu llrlfiudlcr
Oeiicrnl M. M. Macomb, coinmaiidliiK '
the department of Hawaii, and Direct
or-Ocneml Arthur Wnll, of the 1!)I2
Floral Parade, plans, for tho biggest gram with tho following main font
military' panicle over seen In Honolulu tiros:
wero given out yesterdny afternoon
from department headquarters.
Director Wall has been workliiE on
tho plans for some tfme, having been
assured previously that tho military
authorities would look favorably up-.
on u military pomelo here on the
morning of February 22 In celebfntlou
of Washington's birthday. The con
ference with (leneral Mncomh cnuiu to
a successful conclusion lute In the
afternoon and already thu plans are
It was with tho Ida of tho big mil
Itury demonstration In mind that
rector Wnll postponed tho Floral Pa-1
rude from morning until afternoon.
As It Is now, Honolulu will havo two'
great pageants on Florul I'arndo duy,1
Decorations for the streets olid more
iclitos In line me the two tilings on
which the iihikIch of the l'loiut Pa
rude luuii.iKcment will be concentrated
for tbt next few weeks.
Director Aitliur Wnll bus named
Waller Coombs chalimnu of the coin-Inltlec-
on street decorations, nnd Mr
Coombs will beglu'iit oncn calllug upon
the merchants unci JmibIucsh houseu and
iirriiugliig for decorutlui; Hoindulu dur
ing Florul Parade uetl; as It his never
beforo been dec orated.
Tile committee on decorated notice is
holding no Infui'iuul meeting this after
noon to hear reports of pi ogress and
discuss ii number of plans. Thn suc
cess of this division of the parude, con
sldcicd in niany ways tile most fni
porttint division of nil, ,ieii mis morn
lmii all) thing else upon thn help of, tho
auto iiuiirru of the city. Tt tho credit
of iiiaiiy, be It said, they nro e-omliig
forward nnd MiluntcerliiK to decollete
their eais Director Wall urr.es (that
nil win) lute ml iliconitlug their curs
coiiiiiiuiilcicte nt once with members of
the coinuilllee, of which J. D. Doimh-
rty Is chnlrmnn
Uefiire Judge Dole In tho Federal
WORDS ARE 'ANDREWS MAN
WAVED IN LINE KOREANS AFTER
riinit.iiiifl iimriiinifCMihi iJ.ifii?riiini?..,,ltn ftruu' "- ollK QKainat
tulli. I. .... l.i I.IUM,1..1 .!) In fa
who ifi'cntly pleHilcil Kllty to
flmriM of HiniiffuniiLT ottimii. r-finin nn
for sentence. I Iu was defended by
Attorney 'Charles Clillllngvvoitli,
The deronso iniido n pleu for mercy
on tho mounds thut Chine had fallen
- " "" "
on hui-d times and flint tho cluinco of
inuklng ii little money hud proved too
much for him nnd ho had fallen.
Judgo Dolo sentenced him to one
mouth's Imprisonment witli $38 costs.
POLICE MAY HAVE TO
CHASE RABBITS NOW
Whatever else the supervisors, ri
a board, may not Iinve no one can
accuse them of being Inch In humor
Reports sent In to tho board of ntf)
culture and forestry as to tl.S spread)
of rabhlls throughout the Island led
oi riiouiiH iiirougiioiii cue isiuiui icii it. ..
lo a warning being Issued through tlJt nSliln,s ,a "'M'' " 'he
press and the matter being referred
lo, (ho board of BUpcrvIfofs.
I.nnd Commissioner-Ciioiles S. Jiuld
Is In receipt of n letter this niornini;
advising him tlmf tho mutter came up
at fhe meetlnj; of (lid suorrvlsors nun
has liecft referrerl to tho police com
Vision-! of Sheriff Jarrftt's Inne'onie
foico of six policemen using their
spare tlmo In running clown inliftlfs
fitted through tho rnniinlnslonei'.i
mind when he read the Iclt'er. lie Is
now wulllng to hear what tho police
committee proposes to do.
SENATOR JUDD AND
HIS SUMMER TRIP EAST
Somlor A. F. .lucid "iild UiIk morn.
dig tfiut ho liitcnilu to 1m jirebeut ut
tint fifteenth nil ill versa ry of the gia
duAIIoii of .hfs clasH ut Yule. Five
ftilmehcrs of lliuf cIiish nie In Ilono
lulu. Tficy Incluuo two Jiidds, tlio
iienalor and' the .doclor, one of the
Coolicr, Dr. flahlwiu and C. It Hem
enway. Senator Jiuld ultn says that
ho holies to nltencl tin- llepurillcaii Na
tional convention, hut he will not turn
his hand over to bo elected nj one of
tlm delegates from Hawaii, though of
course, ho would not refuse tho honor
nnd icsponslhlllly. Afiniiwhlto the
sc-nnfor goes In .Molokal the latter pari
of (Ii" mouth for n irul long vacation.
What In morn unfair than Bonn-
specimens of tlio fair bo?
' t' .
-BULLETIN ADS PAV-
It will bu tho blKKont Floral I'anulo
i ii ii iiuiiuiuiu lino rcr iiuui- ntni mc
!. ttf,t1k1sa Iftdfert a&4B !.! nial tlJ
uuumuii vi inu niiiuitr iiruccKHiuu iu
tho day's festivities' makes up n pro-
February 21, evening Production u
.opera "I'lnafoTo" njul wntor carnival.
February 22, morning Military
Fcbrnnry 22, mOfntup; A. A. V
Februnry 22, nfterfioon Floral l'a-
rade and buttle; of (lowers.
February 22, evening 'Japanese
Tho exact details of tho big mill
tary parade nro still to be worked out.
Col. Wilder or Col. Ilogers of tho Sec-
Di-lond Infantry may c oinmaiid, It will
probably start nt 9 o'clock In tho
morning nt lleretnnlu and Nuiinnu.
Men from nil of tho forts nnd pasts
will bo Iu line.
Slander sulls umoiiiitliiR to $Mi,i)i)i
are to be Hied Iu the circuit cunts
vcllhln IIih next few days, accordlni!
lo Insldn lnrnt-in.it Ion, centerlu;.'
nroiiml thn nulclde nf Victor II. Nghec,
editor of the Korean pnier, some time
n en and the charges of craft InvoW
lug Niihen nnd Attorney l.orrlu An
drew,!, that ale i-niil tn have lie en
made ntulnst the dead man hy uiem-
lien. of tho Korean hoclety.
Three sulls lire being brought bv
the Korean soclc-ly throimh 11 attor
ncy l.orrlu AudreWH. ostensibly lo
clear Clilllny Cheung, the present pre
scient, but In reality to clear the
name of the Into Ngheo.
The trouble stinted over nn effort
made hy the Koreans hero to ralre n
fund to fight an liiimlcrullon case out
III the mainland courts. The money
was rafs.sl ami then the. trouble urn.ee
us to getting an attorney to light the
matter out 111 courts. Nghee was dele.
gated lo beli it an attorney and took
up the matter with Andrews. Tho
negotiations dragged on for Kinin time
uwluc to the fact that Andrews: salu
he had ko much work In front of him
hole that he could not see ills wa
clear to taking the new business. Tho
matter V.UK being talked over during
tho time the Cederlof murder trial
was iu piogtoss but nothing dellnite
was ni lived at.
Then dlsscslcm oiofo In the Ko
renmr ranks and charges were made
Hint thn fund to hel.o their brethren
was Iu the hands of "white nnd yellow
thieves." Tills Is 3iipK)sed lo have
1 .. ... .. 1 1.. .. IT ,, . .. .
(tin niiu it f I tut enll a Iu ill rix t 1,1 'Pli.
II I "t iiiv. 7iitu in iiiilv ivil, 111
uiiHT iwii HiiiiH nro rkqiiii nue ws
i... i... . .. .. . . .
"'. "'mier presiiieiu oi mo society.
uo ll ' alleged wrote the; tho pre.
!l,PIlt President of the society had tai:-
!'" the fund and skipped with II, and
JaBn'nst u Korean minister who Is sup
1'oioei to uuvo wiittcn tetters Hacking
I'M' Hi" slandcrus statements.
I According to President Cheung, at
the indignation meeting held recently
C, II. Young made tho following state
ment: "The bad C. If. Young has been
taught by tic good C. H. Young these
things: First I spoiled tho Muxlc-un
mailer for sellUh motives. I wrote
tho letter nbout whlto and yellow
thieves. This was a sin. I know" It
was wrong. I spoke lo Sin Hong
Kun telling him Cheung and Nhrc
lawyers. I was wrong'j In nil these
matters. 1 hope every Korean will ex
ciiso mo und forglvo me."
RETURN FROM K0HALA.
Deputy Attorney Oenerul Arthur (!
Sinllh. Chief Foresler Italidi 8. Hos
inc-f und I., von Tempsky am expected
to finish their Inspection of tho pro
posed Kohala, IlnwnlL foerst reserva
llou either lodny'or toinonow and will
1 1 turn again Salurilny moiiiiug next
During Ihelr trlji they aro to go Into
every detail of thu work bo thut At
tnruey Hmllli will havo all thn polnls
at his fltiter'H ends when thn tlmo
comes along to ll'tht tho condemnation
NEW - rODAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the niiiiu-.il Hireling of the mem
bene of Kwong Yen .Society, held at Its
hall on December Iff, 1911, tint follow
ing officer, wero duly elected to serv
for the ensuing year:
President, Yuen Mun; vice-president,
Chlmr f.un; secretary, VY An Wen; iih
slslnnt secretary, I.inug' Kwong; tieiiH
urer. Chlng Chtnng; nsslsfanl (re.is
urcr, Leo Pong r.lu; nudlfor, I.eonit
Till; iiBslstanf uudltor, An Joy flliut.
W. AU WIJN.
SecretaTy, Kwong Yee Society.-
Prinisrr.S' IiIrIi ( 0 1 Sivno.5-16' h'h
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DOLE SITS IN
(Continued from Pago 1)
ter, having been brought out vvhrn
thn matter came beforo Judge Itobett
ron. At that tlmo separate trials went
then refused, however, ow-Iiir lo h
fact no titles to the lands In quen
tlon were shown, the Judge holding
that until this wns done the rases
must nil be heard us one.
What will lie done with this mat
ter now remains to he decided by tho
When thn case came beforo the court
this morning Judge Dole tiald that he
found he was clearly disqualified to
sit but that he had 'written the allot--hey
general nskiiq; what was tn hu
done In the mailer and" whither Wlek
ersham wished Mrs. Dole'n shares to
he sold nnd the disqualification re
moved or whether he wlched to send
another Judge down.
Unite d State.! District Attorney
Itobcrt W. llrecl.ons staled that he
wished the tualtcr of the disqualifica
tion entered us a record of Hie court
nnd quoted from Ntho statute covering
the matter. At tho saiiio time ho slat
ed that he would like Hie 'defendaus
tn enter Into this matter with him.
Attorney Wilder said that although
Judge Dole might hie dlrquallllcd from
sitting on the matter of K. O. Hall
Son, he did not think that he would
be dlbqualllled from silling on tho
other ensoB. For his part he certainly
wanted n Fcparnto trial and he be
lieved that the other defendants aUo
Attorney Ilrcrknns objected lo this
on thn fircnind thatjf, Judgci Dole tried
Komo or the capes and not I;. O. Hull
& Son he would set a precedent Tot
ally other Judge who might bo sent
In hear thai caso and (lint In the opin
ion of tlie supreme court lie would
havo practically decided 10. (). Hall &
Son's case nlro.
Attorney Anderson objected against
nny record of disqualification Iwins
entered as Judge Dole might only be
niiiiiiie to try the eae temporarily.
Ho suggested that the mailer go over
for n couple crt weeks while the attor
ney general was again communicated
Attorney Stanley look tho ground
that although Judge Dole might bo
disqualified In tho Hall caso he was
not disqualified In nny of the others
and that further no other Judgo could
try the matter. Further there was
no possible way In which the other
eases could lie brought under the Jur
isdiction of a Judgo sent down from
the coast. Ho nlso wants separatn
trluls. When the first demurrers had
been upheld the district attorney had
been ordered to file a map nnd at Ihe
tlmo Judge Hohcrtcon 'had intimated
Hint If the titles weio all clearly
shown then separate trials could he
granted. Tho district attorney with
his usual Inborn cunning hud filed tlio
map hut had not shown the tides.
Caso to Tie -Pushed.
Attorney llreeknns brought out Ihe
fact that tho government wanted tho
matter pushed through with Hie ut.
most expediency, Tho matter of tho
disqualification of a fudge he did mil
think could come under the head of
Jurisdiction nnd wns one which the
attorneys could rettlo amongst them
selves. He would mako the odor lo
the defending counsels that they tnkn
this course, and ngrce to Judgo Dolo
trying tlio raee.
Attorney Anderson stated that ho
did not get tho sunio Idea on tho mat.
ter as llreclcons and that ho did not
Hilnk thing's could be arranged be
Attorney llreeknns In reply stated
that anyway tho matter was not onn
for tho attorney Rcneinl to decide, as
It lay with Judgo Dole. The attorney
general could not glCo any orders ns
to whether Mrs. Dolo should f,ell her
shares or not. If Judgo Dolo stated
that Mrs. Dole's Interest In Ihe prop
erty In question would make her tin
Interested party then he was disquali
fied lint tho attorney i;enera or no
nno else could bcltlo It'ono way or thn
Following tills. Judgo rTolo then
rnrtde (lie Malemenf published above,
that Mrs. Dole would sell ier shares
nnd (hat ho would try Uicv e-ai.e,
i mm .
If a man Ifilnks befoio ho spouks
some woman will heat lilm to It.
A Icing headed man la seldom huad-
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