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Trim is lit .Miinc n mts In Clillill.
NANKING, CHINA, Feb. 15. GEN.'
YUAN 8HIH KAI, FORMER IMPE.
RIAL PREMIER, WAS TODAY
UNANIMOUSLY ELECTED PRESI
DENT OF THE NEW REPUBLIC BY
THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 15.
Local Chinese object to Yuan at pres
ident. They say he is friendly to the
Hawaiian Chlneso who mo oppnsen
to tlcn. Yu.m Shlli Knl as thu new
1'iesldenl or China wero given n shock
jeatcriluy afternoon w lien cablegrams
brought tlio nona Hint Dr. Sim Ynt
Sen had Kteppcd (low ii nml out In fa
vor of llio wily soldier wlia has boon
the brains of tho lniierlul foices tltir
Iiik tlio rovoliitlun.
Tlioso here who linvo stood by Dr.
Hun Ynt Hen !mo cabled hack tu Nan
king for iioHlttve lufoinintloii legnrd
Ing governmental nffnlru In- China
now. II. tu expected hunt ly that it 10
ily will bo received from Dr. Sun Ynt
ChliiCBo Consul Chen Ching Ho,
when xecn this morning at Ills resi
dence on Sheridan street, stated that
tlio only information ho received from
the Clilncflft. Minister In Washington
was the change In tlio Chlueso nation
nl tlag from the one which has been
living ovor the Consulate In Honolulu
to that of the flvu-luned banner which
Hew for tlio 111 fit time jestcrdny from
the Hngstnrt of the oHlcu of Sun Cluing
Kwork llo on King Hticet, oppoilto
Smith street. j
Consul Calls on Governor,
Immediately upon receipt of the
cable from tlio Chlueso Minister In
Washington. Consul Chen Chins Ho,
accompanied by Secretary LI, called
on (loverunr Kiear nml Informed him
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I'oshIIiIp l'rcinlir of Hie .New lit'
public of China.
MURDERER NOT ON
News Hint n suspected murderer wns
aboard the Iliiuiliiirg-Anicrlcnii line r
('lowland eaiiHid n M'lisntlon on the
ship icstcrduy not ennlliied to tlio of
lleem nnd crew'. Willi Honolulu's po
lice force spreading n drag-nit to take
the man In, the Cleveland una march
id from stem to stirn
Today the police decline to discuss
,tbu nutter at nil, but It was learned
jisleidav that Chief MeDiillle has re
ceived the nun's iinine tinil his de
Milptloii nnd that fiom now mi evtry
Incoming bout from the Coist will lu
The sensational spectacle of three
liunilrid nun belonging to thu mu
nition, engine-mom mid steward' stalT
In the Hamburg-American llnirCleve
land, lined up last ev nlnir prior to
the departure of Hint vtssil for the
Orlmt, nnd undergoing u rlKld Inspec
tion nt the hands of Honolulu police
ollklals, occasioned much speculation
iimonK hundreds of pnsseiiKers us well
ns visitors on board that ship.
The Cleveland runnlned nt the poit
of Honolulu for Hility-M hours. There
was hardly n moment durlnir that pe
llod but that one or more oilleirs con
IHi'tt'd with the police depai tun nt were
on the alert in starch of n man chanted
by Coast authorities with the murder
of a woman, which took place some
weeks nun In n Kan I'r.mclsco lodslni;-
The Cleveland otllccrs, from Captain
Denipwolf down the line rendmd ev
H) posslbb Niivho In thu Joenl sleptbs
In their nttenipt to appuhihil a uhilIi
wanted linn The stor. of the trlnie
deals with a man who Is ullcKtd to
have luailo seviiul trips bolucin San
Fraiii Ihcii and Honolulu as a numbir
of the ouaili imastir stalT of the Oce
anic steimshlp Khrrn
When the boilj of the woman was
found by Sou Pram-lien polhe olllicrs
l)liiK (old In death In n IiiiIkIiik-Iioiiso
apartment, nu emptj bottle dn hired
to have toutaluiMl Lbtoioform wasalso
dlsioviieil, lik h bore the label of n
Honolulu ilnin llriu.
The Co ist pnlke Ihiuiiilintely sent
a ih'si ilplloa of n man who was last
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The lminaKcmcnt of tlio Mo.ina
llolol Invite tourists, urmy and navy,
nml srieletv iiooiilt, ,if lb,, , Iti In ,i
jilntico lo ho Riven this evening In
, honor of the lirst cabin passeiiRcrs of
.the triinsnnrt Kbermiin Tbn lliiwnll.
Inn iiilntet will rended music during
H. E. HENDRUCK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakea Streets
Iron Settees, Vases, Iron Fences, and Gates
WILL MAKE HIS FIGHT AS
A REPUBLICAN; NO DESERTER
KUHIO'S POSITION CLEAR
"I am a Republican and will remain a Republican, no matter what
"I will do all in my power to secure the selection of a delegation
instructed to vote for the renomination of President Taft."
"1 am a candidate for delegate to the national convention."
"If the investigation is made in a full, fair and impartial way, I pledge
myself to abide by the result."
DELEGATE MAKES jFRANK STATEMENT
Delegate Kalanianaole this morning made .to the Bulletin a full statement on I e
proposed Frear investigation, its relation to Hawaiian political affairs, and his own posi
tion. The statement is as follows:
a Any statements made that I am not a Republican, and am about to leave the party, are
absolutely untrue. I am not a deserter, and will not be one.
I am a Republican and will remain a Republican, no matter what happens.
. .Critiqism of me to the effect that I havexonsulted leading Democrats in the position I
have taken in opposit:on to the reappointment of Governor Frear, is unfounded. I have
consulted with Mr. Kinney and with Mr. Ashford, but solely as to matters of form and pro
cedure in the presentation of my charges. Mr. Kinney has been my attorney personally,
and the attorney of the Kapiolani Estate for many years. I employed him for the same
reason that the Planters' Association has from time to t!me employed him, on account of
his ability. Mr. Ashford has also acted for the Kapiolani Estate on several occasoins. I
employed him to assist me in the matter of presenting to the Secretary of the Interior the
charges I have made against Governor Frear. Nether Mr. Kinney nor Mr. Ashford have
had aught to do with the matter except as above stated.
The charges made emanated from me and from me alone, and I alone am responsible
Mr. Colburn has been taken into my confidence only in so far as his position as busi
ness agent for the Kapiolani Estate necessitated.
I am in favor of a renomination of President Taft.
I have a great adnvration for him. He has been a good friend of the Hawaiian Islands.
I HOPE AND BELIEVE HE WILL BE RENOMINATED AND REELECTED. I SHALL DO ALL
IN MY POWER TO ASSIST IN SECURING THIS RESULT. I HAVE EXPRESSED MYSELF
IN FAVOR OF AN UNINSTRUCTED DELEGATION. I took this position because it was in
accordance with precedents. However, since my return I have been made acquainted
with the sentiments amongst the Republicans of the Islands, and beltev'ng that there are a
large number of voters in favor of an instructed delegation, I come out flat-footed with
the statement that I will do all in my power to secure the selection of a delegation in
structed to vote for the renomination of President Taft. I beg leave to announce that I am
a candidate for delegate to the National Convention.
The Republ'can Committee, for reasons which I will not now mention, has seen fit to
take an active part in the present contest between Governor Frear and myself for the reap
pointment of the former. This in the face of my personal request to Chairman Cooper,
prior to my departure, not to express an opinion on a controversy between two Republi
cans unless asked to do so by the Washington authorities. Perhaps on some later day I
may have someth'ng to say about the reasons which evidently dictated this course on the
part of the committee. As for myself, I am too good a Republican to ask the party organ
ization to take up the fight. I have honestly done my best to present the reasons why the
Governor should not be reappointed, and will continue to do so.
I am not opposing or attacking the best business interests of Hawaii.
I regard the Republican party as greater than myself or even Governor Frear, and
think its efforts and the efforts of the committee should be devoted to the successful pro
mulgation of its grand principles, rather than towards the success or defeat of the per
sonal aspirations of Governor Frear.
In this connection I desire to say that I have been assured that the administrate of
Governor Frear will be carefully investigated by the Federal administration before the ap
pointment of a Governor is made.
If the investigation is made in a full, far and impartial way I pledge myself as a citizen,
as a Republican, and as a representative of the people of Hawaii, to abide by the result of
I believe as a good Republican I cannot do more. As good Republicans and loyal
Americans, the adherents of Governor Frear cannot do less.
J. K. KALANIANAOLE,
Honolulu, Feb. 14, '12. Delegate to Congress.
WASHINGTON, I). P., Pel). 12, 1912
HON. J. K. KAI.ANIANAOI.I:.
Delegate for Ham all, 4-
Honolulu. T II
Have instructed (lovernor Kroir to furnish von copy of Ills reply
to vour rimmed. Send 1110 tin soon as convenient any rejoinder )ou
4 wish to make (Signed) l'ISHi:i:,
f ' Secretary.
Says 27th Dynamite
Stilt another regiment of Infantry
tlio fourth that li i been ordered hero
within tho hint month, according to
well-rounded rumor, Ik duo In Hie
near future. It In the 27th Infantry,
now Htutloncd at Tort Sheridan, III.
News of tlio coming of the regiment
la brought by Colonel Jninos II. ltog
cm, atlnihcd to tho 2nd Infantry iik
executive otllcer, who nrrlved on tha
tinnspnrt Slieunan jentcrd.iy Col.
HogerR wnn formerly lieutenant colo
nel of the lnt, mid just liefoie coming
to Hawaii ho wan on leave at his for
mer homo at Vancouver U.ur.icka,
Washington, where that regiment Is
stationed. The 1st la-nlxo under or
ilcrn to piocced to Hawaii, nnd a num
ber of the War Departments plana for
strengthening the garrlxou of O.1I111
were know 11 at icglmentnl headiiinr
tciH thiough private correspondence.
Tho reuHou that tlio 27IIi'h contem
plated transfer Iiiik not been heard oil
nuiu in mat 11 uas necn part or the
command of the Central DIvIhIoii,
whllo tho other Ihieo rcglmenta or
deled heio, Ihe Int. I1HI1 and 25lh, nil
belong to thu Weslern Division, of
which Hut Department of Hawaii Ik a
part, and with which local ho.idiiiai
tcra are moro or lesa In touch. Tho
ordeiB for Hie27lh will come direct
I from Washington, and the ilist 0tllfl.1l
news tho Western Division Hud tlio De
partment of Hawaii will have of it will
piobahly bo tho telegram ordering
SUGAR SCHEDULE SAFER
(Associated prrna Cable,)
WASHINGTON, D. C Fb. 15. Th
DtmocraU aro being urged to contider
the woolen tchtdulo before attempting
a revltion of the tugar tariff.
BOLD BAND'lTS IN N. Y.
rAfwnotntul lrrna riM.)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, Feb. 15 A
total of 47 arreita have been made In
the union dynamiting cases, and aeven
more warrants are awaiting service.
BIG FOREST RESERVE
MAY ALL BE ILLEGAL
(Fecial tin I let In t'nhle.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 15.
Two million, five hundred thousand
acres of forest land In California, New
Mexico and Arizona have been trans,
ferred from the jurisdiction of the
Forestry Service to the Department
of the Interior on account of doubt as
to the legality of Roosevelt's signature
to the proclamation that originally set
the lands aside as public reserve.!.
HOUSE FAV0RSJ.0NG TERM
(8iiul no M.'.ln f.il.l.-)
WASHINGTON D, C Feb. 10. The,
House has adopted the S.year.enllst.
ment amendment to the pension bill.
'Hlierlil II 11 Hut In Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 15. The
Senate today confirmed the nomlna.
Hon of ex.Governor Myron T. Herrlck
of Ohio lo hr Ambassador to France.
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS BY R, T. CO.
1 That the Honolulu Itapld Tniindt A:
I.11I11I Co Iiiik done a treincudoiiH
amount of Ituprnvum-nt work on nil
ion 1h of Its h etc 111 during Ihe p.inl
jc.ir wn made eviibnt today, whin re
poits ut the company's numml meet-.
lomiiutu h:iH lit 111 tit 11 urcnt exneuiuj.
'Ihe uuiviiMil teii-iulnutii sstem, the
f iiilile-lracklng worK, the nig inereaso
In iiiillUli-H at the power utatlon, nil
have meant the expenditure of large
(inns of miMuy
The reports kIiow steady growth of
lug, hi Id nt .1 01 luck this afternoon
wire ulvtu out
Although the road's groii Income Inixlness In all departments, nnd l'res
from all your, ih fur 1011 IihiciimiI by lilt nt I. T 1'eiK today made the state
tll'IOnfi". Its net llii 01110 Increase Is lei nt that It In hoped to maintain 11
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NEW YORK, N. Y,. Feb. 15. Two
messengers in taxlcab were held up
and robbed on East River bank by
two men, who got $25,000.
WRECKS KILL MANY
( Ashik'IiUmI tri hs Publ 1
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Feb. 15.
The record of railroad casualties today
was a long one, three being reported
from Yarmouth, Me. three at 8alt
U. S. TROOPS BLUNDER
(Rlilil llii I let In Cable.)
EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 15 -Compllej.
tions with Mexico are feared as the
result of American troops entering
Juarez by mistake.
fPlTdal Hull M In Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 15.
John H. Travis has been reappointed
postmaster at Walpahu.
C. S. ALBERT.
Tlie cases of Chung Nuug and Abra
ham Joseph, In whlc.li the legality of
the Territorial (luiiul Jury Is ques
tioned, have been continued until
Lake nnd three at Warrior Ridge, Pa.biuught up again