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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5159.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1912. 12 PAGES.
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PREMIER YUAN CLAIMS CHINESE PRESIDENCY
ALL CLEVELANDERS HAWAII BOOSTERS
That A. II. Dondero must pay hi?
fine of fifteen dollars and coats Im
VKaed on lilm liy tlio Dlittrlct Mngl
trate for exceeding tho speed limit Is
tho decision of tlio Supremo Court
handed down this morning. The argu
ment was heard before Chief Juxtlco
Robertson, Jimtlco Do Holt and Cir
cuit Judge Koblnxon, who took tlio
place of Justice I'erry, and the de
cision Is written by Justice Do Holt.
The decision not only holds good In
the case against Doudoro, but for the
general legality of tho comity ordi
nance, which was uttackod on technical
grounds by Thompson, Wilder Watson
4''I:ymer. attorneys for Doudero. it
means that the country has tho prov
en right to stop tho auto-speeders.
The syllabus covers many Impor
tant points and the decision Is one of
t'lie' most Important thai has been ren
dered or somo tlmo past. The argu
ment Is lengthy, covering somo twen
ty pages' of typewritten matter. Fol
lowing Is tho syllabus: '
CLEVELAND'S TOURISTS IN LAND OF SUNSHINE
LEI-BEDECKED CROWD VISITS HONOLULU ON GREAT WORLD TRIP
L'$kt$ ' 'V .id.-r-A- -. - mfi
BUT NEW CHARGE
J. IS. Jnhnxon, the chauheur who
yesterday was "held tu the Circuit
Court to answer for tho accident on
the night of I'Vbruury 3, III wliUli seven
perxonx Were Injured, one of them xo
rlounly, was In Police Court tills imirn
Ing on a new charge.
He Is churned with driving a car
.vltliout having It registered iicenrdlng
to law, and the police are also trying
to Hee whether or not lie had lights lit
when he xinnxhed Into the express
wagon and causeil tho accident.
Johnson was represented In I'ollco
Court today by young Attorney Light
foot, who exchanged words with Pros
ecutor llrown ut several stages of tho
proceeding. The trial was finally set
for next Thursday morning,
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PEKING, China, Feb. 13. Premier Yuan Shih Kai today cabled a re
quest to all the power to recoynUe him a the president plenipotentiary of
the new Republic of China.
r.ux nntisiiw m:MnvoM
Henry W. Savuge, the great theat
rical producer, und T Daniel Trim ley,
the stage veteran, now HavagVs right
hand man, are going out to Japan to
Bet material for a big Japanese play
Mr. Ravage said so to a representative
of the Ilulletln this morning, after
their arrival on the excursion steam
ship Cleveland. Until are In high hopes
that tho new plliy will bo a ten-strike.
1'rawley, who has been out In the
Northwest for some years and found
the going none too good In the font-
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KING CONFERS ORDER OF GA RTER ON GREAT COMMONER
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 13. Kino Qeorge today conferred the Order of tha
Garter on Sir Edward Grey, the first commoner tluii honored (or two hun
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SENATOR LORIMER WILLOON KNOW THE DECISION
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 13. The committee investigating the charges
of bribery in connection with the election of Senator Lorimer of Illinois has
ogreod to vote upon a verdict on March 23.
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HOUSE DELEGATION FROM JMISSOURI BOOMING CLARK
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 13. The House delegation from Missouri Is
urging the candidacy of Speaker Champ Clark for President.
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ANOTHER ALLEGED DYNAMITER ARRESTED IN N. Y.
nOCHCSTER, N. V., Feb. 13. Clarence Dowel was arrested here today,
the first arrest made under the grand jury Indictments of Indianapolis In
connection with the McNamara dynamiting.
MRS. GOSLINSKY IS DEAD IN PORTLAND, ORE.
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. 13. Mrs. E, Go&linsky, well known In Honolulu,
died here today.
Mm aoillnnky In tin mother of .Mm .Mtitmli PliHIIpH itml bus visited
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'I'n k I in: Curs for Valklkl Iliac h ami an Al'liriionn of Surllng.
illrht wot Id, now li high In tho eon
'lulenco unit esteem of .Mr Havage, and
Itl'oso who knutv 1'rawley noil his abil
ity lire glad of It
H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakea Streets
Iron Settees, Vases, Iron Fences, and Gates
' We hope to get the material fur a
ho. Japanese: play." said Mr Savage
II. Is illuming "The shows lire chiilng
ili. un on the mainland, si we have u
i lance to get nway now."
The two nun lire stopping at the
ouug Hotel while the Cleveland Is In
PROGRAM FOR THE
S 110 -Arrive hi port.
Morning - Street -ear ride
Niiiiii l.uueh at .Mnun.i.
.Uterinum Hawaiian luaii at
Outrigger Club; bathing and
levelling Kaal'H TroubadourH
at IIIJimi Thi'iiler; Kaaliuiiiaiiii
Suelely in uneieiit Hawaiian
tableaux at (iipheuiu Thealir;
xpeelalx at all theatera open.
Hay spent In flghtxeelng.
T p. m -Cleveland hiiIIh fur
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TENYO MARU PASSENGER
IS REPORTED SUICIDE
yeterdn afleriioiiii that he had acted
ipilte Bimely on the oage down from
Kan I'rauelMii, remaining with frlendx
In the HiintUliig-rtMini to a late hour.
The loan wax llrt uilHHed early yen-
S.injlro ttiiglmoto. a Japanese caliln
paHdenger mi the liner Tenyn Main,
either leaped overboard or fell over
board II inn the Teliyo .Mam i-i.teiilay
morning iih the T l. K. Iluer rounded
Hiauiond Head to make Honolulu, and terduy morning when medleal limpec-
went to hi death without an alarm be- Hon of the hlp was innle T."i" nhlp
lug xoiuideil on the Hhlp. uas i-earehed high and low. but nonlgn
YiHterday afternoon, after an nil-day of Kugiumlo eould be fouiul
Keairh for the mlxxllig man, It uuh de- , The alTalr I nine uolxed around, und
elded that he had committed Milcldc, yextenlay a fieri u the iii-uh of the
und the death wax known along the probable xuleble wax reported Axlt-
waterfront A ri'pott of the ulTalr wax nut I'iiii-.t .Matxiimoto. In common with
mado to the Japanexe eonxulate, und the other ollleerx, wax very reticent
another myxlery of the xea Ix rivoriled. uln n ituextioneil, but Dually .Mutxuiuntn
Kuulinolo wax a rich und well- admitted Ion Ilulletln repreaeuta-
launches at Urn Cleveland auchorugu known cotton dealer of New York and. tl that Huglmotn wax billi)ed ' to
wuk the ulgtial for linudredH of round- ,,rt,.r nung In the Statex for xome bae jumped owrbo.ird when the eii-thc-woihl
tourlxlH to Hue tho rulla an-l four yearx, wax on hlx way bark to xel wuk rounding Diamond Head yen-
Bend u cheering welroiuu to tho vlxlt- Japan. Whether ho committed xuielde Unlay uiorulng.
nix. v I In an hour of dexpondeiicy or whether That Hie man had hidden himself on
"Vim never biiw a finer lot of poo- tome other oituxo had leiuiiornrlly tin- board wax a theory advanced, but no
plo collected on board a Htoamxhlp balanced hlx rcixon will probably nev- m ould thiol, of any reason why h
than tho Clovoland louilstx nuiubeii"! r be known It wax xald on the xhlp xbould do n
In tho new patty now starting out on
a four nioiillm' ciulu'," was the enlliii
ulasllc lojoliider coming from l-Mgar
Allen Kot hex, iiewapaperuiau ami luai;
azlue writer who la making hifl hco
mid tllp In that vcr.xel iih a general
liilbllclty man, and leprexentlng tlio
llamhuig-Aiiieilcan lluu on thlx pal
Kot en days' Htoamllig from Kan
Kiaiiclxco, In leisurely manner dcrima
tho I 'a el lie mado no dl'oreiieo to tills
happy delegation of travelers who aio
bent ou having Hie hcHt of tlnicK on
I their world-tour.
"Wbeu I hint the anxwer away I re-iueHt-d
the Se, retary of the Interior
to cable me ax hooti ,tx be received t,
mi that I could make It public. 1 alxo
cut another cable uway yesterday
morning to remind lilui of the fact.
Ax koiiii ax 1 lecelied hlx anxwer,
, which came nl out r o'clock yesterday
iilleriioon, I uriil a copy of my answer
to each of the ncwjipiicra."
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A Htilklngly pretty girl, with out-
That be bax notblnir further to x.ie
Tho Cleveland lourlxtH arc drawn hl -,.,., , t, ,hari;ex preferred..
slrelclieil arms, holding nhill a largo from about every walk In life. Homo ll;,iltit him by Kiibio. but that it lx .
hllk American Hag, leaned over the' them uio who (iccupy the sullen do now up to the uewxpaierx anil Ihi' pub-1 ,
side of the big llaiiilmrg-Aiuerloau I luo and aio Hpenillug as high ax xnv- n,- t ay Kometblng, lx the opinion
liner Clcu'l.iuil eaily this miiinlugeii thoiixaml dollaiH ou the cruise ,,f t. (loveruor ax exprexbed this!,
und waved an enthusiastic greeting while nllicrs of moio modvrato means morning. U
In a small delegation of I'eileial olll-lari content With smaller quartern ou - could have put In a lot more," he! ,
Itev AIiliouxux S. Donlon lias been clalx, liowxpiiputluen and I hose from , board nud at a much less draft ou miM, "but I thought It belter to con-..
appointed president of (! orgetowiij tho Promotion Commllteo who awall- their lespcctivn hank accoiinls. .Mil- dense a little There lx nothing more j .
I'nlverxlty oil tho passing of tho steamship atllloualiex ami ministers, actors and for me to say now, and It lx up to the I
i m i I quarantine. laillsalis, scilbes and script ural pro- newxpaperx and the inibllc to say what j ,
PALE will moan much soon. I Tho arrival of a Hoot of xovpralj (Continued on Paga 4) they think. t.i
IM I'nllll'. received two Inter-
exllng cables thlx forenoon '
Th' llrxt unuoiiuccd thut xug- '!'
ur had old In New York at "
t.C" cents. Within u Very abort !
time thereafter nuother rbhi
rnnoiiuceil the xale of raw xug-
ar In New Yoik at 4 73 It lx f
obvious that the market for raw ''
sugar lx strong mid advancing. ''
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Let February 15th be PRIMO PALE DAY
Everybody please try our New Brew on Thursday
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