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' ; ' ' HAWAIIAN' GAZETTE," ' I IUI)A- JANUARY 2, 1914. SEMt-VEEKLY. , ; ;. ' ' :', v'- S "
nil I nninnh Tfl Iri '',' 1 7SI-r.'Z '' ' T: 'r - n
Doctof Bcddr ays ea That
Race Cannot Bo True to Flair Is
Exploded--! Ardent Support
ers of Country as Those Who
Trace Lineage to Plymouth
Rock, He Says. v
"It hi time that the myth of the im
possibility of Americanising Japanese
, should be relegated to the baU anil
owls," Mi Dr. Doremus Brndder, pas
tor of the Central Union Church, In
signed statement which appear la the
New- Year' aortal lunhtr of the Ha
waii Bliinpo, , Doctor Scadder, who it
very close to the Jane of Hawaii,
Duds, oi a result of hi aliaervatlou
that ."the? Japanese bora in thia Ter
ritory find brought -hp at citizens are
as ardcut American aa many of those
who- trace their lineage Jo Plymont
Rock or Jamestown." '
The ettemnt rn The Hawaii Bbinpo
"Frequently on mainland one heart
statement concerning the mpoetibility
' ef Americanizing .Japanese. " Generally
' .. these are parrot-like exelamationa on the
' - part of people 'who, not having learned
to think, are given to echoing entimnnta
v which accord with their prejudices. Oc
casionally they are repeated, by pereona
who ahcmkl know better, bnt who let their
dislike run away with Jheir judgmenf.
very aoiuom moy represent conviction
,V based upon what aeema to thoto who
" "There1 it abiolutely no ground
- wnamver lor tne opinion that Japanese
v. cannot be Americanized aa thoroughly at
', any omer people. nat la it to become
Americanized I First of 411 h la to b
eome aa fully acquainted aa the average
American it with the bistory and lnsti-
. . ; ttit'uma of Lit nation. ".' jny intelligent
Japanese can do tola, and onndred- of
' ""Second, it i to love America aa dis
. Interestedly Had to be -whllhg to tarrf
. flee oneself for it "welfare aa unsemsW
t ' ly aa the ordinary eiriwn of thd United
Htate.-Many who think that Japanese!
eaanot be Americanized hold that tbisii
; ' the great stirmblinebloek over wliieh our
. neighbor from the Far East cannot baai
U. . I T it . I i ' . ... . ' I
dui i jibwbii inert m areauiry tnereaa
.'. ing number of Japanese who have hei-
, macently renounced their onntry ao far
wv Ni.lca-go, satd'wa nave-ease ia
' their lot With u people. Malty of these!,
who are among the moat Udustrioas ni
r anhablo of, our population, Woriht gVvlli
. becowM America citiaen if they eoull
They apeak in term of real affection of
, their adopted country. Not at few' of
them, after atay of a ansnber of veara
. hero, hat returned td Japan with the
eipwtanon . or remaining, "but, hav'-
, tug Iohih themselves out of aymaathj
With the restriction ofe iife there, thev
have eome back to IlawaU beeaaae they
had grown to like it better than the
boneuuHl. - I have beeiution ia de
. elaring my belipf that' if our nation
r aitouhi five them the onnortuaitr of eit!-
iaonehip,-very tnaay of theae . Jafianeee
wuo nave cnoeen tne laanio as their pef
- manent home would gladly nvaij thenr-
; actve of it, and thai practically without
cxreption they would be loyal to their
new a Keg uinc in eaae ol diflieuHy bn
tween Japan aa4 tha United athtea. Thia
. ' conviction at based unoa lone- atudv -at
. the character of the Japaaeaw and elao,
., assuciaiion w)th-tbera peraoaHy,
; Xoyal Ajnortoaanv -
Third, to Woma Americaaieen h to
beeom imboed with the epirit of our
eouufry. This there Is no ueotioa that
thoufiunda of the Japanese about us ia
, '- Hawaii hare done aad are doing. ' The
. proof of tbia la asen first In the ease of
. muse, nuunea to aiiove who, returning to
Japan, have found themselves more ia
nyaipathy with the life of Hawaii thai
with that of their nativ country. The
; air of freedom breathed In America is
ao wonderfully refreshing and iavigorat
. . ing to an indeHudont people P.ke the
. Japanese that the more stifling". atm
Where.of a beauroeratie and police-ri.blea
land like Japan is somewhat urToeating'.
, : la other words, these, people who eaanot
:'. eatlure to live in their old home, aad whs
come a second time to Hawaii, intending
. to rsmain here, do ao because they have
already imbibed so much of tbo spirit of
. . America, Furthermore, every. year there
are a larger number of parent in Ua
: wnii who have decided that their childret
.'. , shall grow up aa America us. Mora pic
tnre' brile are being bronght over an
, anally because youog Japanese baeholor
.. dusirw to rear faiuiiiea oa the ground
; whose children shall b eitiaena. The
Japanese born in thia Territory and
brought up aa eitiaena are a ardent
Americans aa many of those who trace
V their liaeog to Plymouth Boek or Jarne
' town. '-. ' ..-.: ,
4 It is time that thia myth of the Im.
( pofsihility of Amerlcaaizing Japanese
should be relegated to th bats and
wla. l,t ia not trne, becaase its refu
' tstion is Incarnated in ateadily n
lurging number, not obly of Jaanes
, progressively becoming Amertranizeil,
Int lo Of7 native-born American citir.
. . ,' the children of Japanese parent
-eltiiena aa patriotlr at those o( an
othea race among .'. . . t
". i .'.;
; i - HAVE BEEN DESTROTED
- PARIS, December 15. An eaormout
number of document atored In th na'
tioual nrchivfs, and Indispensable to
kiHiwledue of Freu h history of hs
i.inetoeuth century have bee arfidn
tally destroyed. The director, in or-
, Her to niake Space, cleared and destroy
. , C(( city ton of apparently worthier
rnperH. Tly mintake all the dwmneut
. . relating to the history of publid adnca
noa in rTsnce jor a large part oi a
. ibsi century were mcluabd.
nil iniiiiiiini in i in rnriiiiMiii ' m ai Link
J. . CJiarle PrcP Wants ' Until
;: July 1 to Remove Objec- "
' tionable Siyns.
BAN pRAKriSC'O,'! PfcemW il.
The movement to wipe out the:objee.
tionsble billboards from the downtown
district received a new impetus yester
day whn J. Charb-a Oreen, the "bill
board Ving," sent a note .to the eiipof
visors stating that he had voluntarily
carried out his ngreemnnt with the
Downtown A'oeintion to dismiss hi In
junction! s"'t against the city to pre
vent the enforcement, of the new bill
bosrl ordinance. -
(iroen renewed liis 1Mniis to remove
all IcisHs over ten feet in height on
hotter street went of I'owell street, and
to Vefi-R n' from putllug tti big" bill
hoard in fther re-i'lcnt;a' districts ''as
far a his bnaines convenience will per
mit." .'' . '. ' r' .
With President V. 1. Pennimore of
the Dnntown Ansociafion, (irfen spent
two hours yestMday studying the b II
bonnl ptoblcin and llnd'ng iilaee where
he promise I to re-novo the four-by-seven
boards sow hanging On' fences at va
cant !oti, ,' ; -
. Crren aske.1 Pennimore and the an
pervisurs to -see thnt others in the bill
boant 'Nisiness le roqnired to do th
same,' and, acting on tins tugnesrlon,
Feonftnore ha lent a rommunicstinn
to A. L. Harridan, president of the Seal
Kstate Hoard, Urging ' th.) members of
thnt orsan'Mtion to refuse permission
to billboard concern to cover 'empty
lots with the nusightly signs.. Oreen
says He wilt have his part of the acree.
1 merit finished by July 1, 19M. v
The next fight which the Downtown
Association has beforo it is the stop
ping of "sniping" the custom of the
smaller billposters to placard the fences,
walls and emjity lots with, small fla
csrds, hailed or pasted in prominent
Places. Police Officer Harris, who has
been detailed to makrr arrest of thia
nature, baa been given additional help,
and Police Judgo Wiley: F-Crist ha
stated that lie will heartily coopernta
in aeeing that the billboard ordiaanc
la" enforced. Judge Crist said that he
would maie it point to stop firms
from hiring' men to break the law. '
Army wm bunks
' WASHINGTON, Docombcr 21. Pew
retirements oo reaching the s limit
Of srr four' isrs Witt nnrnr in !
Army during 19U,"tnt thev will ttivtA
ir,rmi opKrtunity -to. nppviat
one major' general,', two brigadier ga
erals, a surgeon general and an adjti
aat general according to information
at the war departmeut.
The retirement are as follow: Col.
J. T: Van Orsdnle, Hcventeenth Infan
try, Manrh 18; fol. H. P. - Kingsbury,
cavalry, April 25; Urlff.-Gen. 0. H. Tpr
ney, surgeon general, June 1; Hrig.-tien.
George Andreweadjutant general, Aug
nrt 2; Brig.-Oen.' R. IJ. Potts, Septem
ber 1; Col. A. V. 8harpe, infantry, Sep
Umiber 12; Col Prnak West,' Wccond
Cavalry, Herteinhfr. 20; Waj.-Oen. W.
JV, Withersooh, November 16; MaJ. I.
L. Fredemlsll, qnartermaster corps, Yt
emtr 7j Vol. V. A. p., Hatfield, Thlr
teenth Cavalry, IWember .
The following ofliee.rs of the Navy
win reach' the -nge of sixty two years'
and be placed on the retired list during
18 Hi Bear-Admiral V. h. Cottman,
rebruary 15; ftear-Admiral C. K. Vree
land. March It); Bear-Admiral W. H.
H.'8outherland, July 10; Pav Director
W- W. Jle, Julv IS; Medical Director
ir?Jt Anderson, July 20; Rear-Admiral
R. F. Nicholson, December IS; Uear
Admiral W: K, Little, De'ember 31.
There will be no rntfreinents of ma
rina officers for age next year. The
next Hirer of the marine corps te reach
sixty-four year la Col. Randolph Die-
CHAPLftlN OF GUARD?
Probatl.V afteroday. when o" nieet
Rev. Father H. Valentin n the "street.
or almost nnvwhar else, it will be quite
I'niiwr o address aim as "Captain"
Valentin, for. if name Hiuimr is not
altogether far wrong, the first olHciaJ
apjKintment to 4e mad by Uovernor
Pinkham, comruaader-in-chief of tha
territorial military forces, will contain
tho nsrae of Father Valentin ptain
Valeatin thercui .k..jui r th
National Guard of lUw.ii .
' If teeommendationa' mean ' anything
at all Father Valentin will secure the
appointment. It i siaUd. ia tmtt. that
father Valentin's tailor baa already
been instructed to design, prepare and
make his military uniform, - Tho tailor
Is bow reading op-on military dress
pattern and. is exacted to do hi duty
properly and nobly, '
IM FiFTEITH ROUND
6AN TRANCISCol . January 1. r-(Uy
Associated . tresM CU flunboat
Bmith, Jim Buckley' protege, thi f
teruoon at Daly City, rinrhed hie right
to tbo white heuvvweiuht chMinniunshiu
o tbo world by aeft'uUug Arthur Pel-
scy anei- mtotsn rounds 0f boitag.
Pt'Ikey proved that he has-been a
preatly overrated mau bv his maiiaffer.
Tommy Buras, pHaring slow and uu
able to laud an effoctive blow during
lb eutir length of tha bout. He was
a keen disapiioiutiiieut te thus at the
riugside. . '- I . . :
day ' nv nnrcinrriT . in nniniiTm
fwo Hundred and Twenty Couples
Secured Warriaffe Licenses in
; Honolulu During i Last, Thirty
one Days of 1913. ; ;
December ws by far a better
' month for "Cupid " Thomaa Tread.
" wy.thn (he month previous, (or,
, while dnring November Trcadway '
issued 177. marriage permits, dur
; ing tho last thirty-one dny of the ,
. now (lefnnct year of 1U be grant
'd'?l niarriago lieeuMS. ' , .
" Hiii e it rcitiire two peoplo to liO
made principals in each wedding.'
eeremoay, it will.be seen that dnr-
ing two short months "Cupid"
Tieadway has boeM made one o. the
human Instruments 'of tho law in '
bringing together 794 loving he.-wt
la weldod hi isuk .
.' Treadway has a large and ever
growing cl.entele to draw his dob
lars from, at the rata 'bf .one for,
each rouplir and his Willing, rhv
, time bail from all parts of tho
- globe and are nunilieiul among ail ,
the races under the sun who con
. KtWKSte, Jive, love and marrv 1n
Hawaii. ' i . : ) .
TREES SET OUT
. Th work ot planting more tree
'along Kalaaaua avenue aitd of replac
ing those of the first lot set out which
have died ia going ateadily ahead, the
ladle of the Outdoor Chrrle having ne
glected in no particular the task they
set themselves of traasforming this
stretch of speedway from a tun-glaring-,
lusty and nupleasant roadway into an
venue of whu h Honoluloos will all be
proud within the very near future. '
The Outdoor Circle, is not doing its
work in any niggardly inaouer, either.
During last mouth, for instance, three
hundred eoroannt trees were set out.
while the number of oleanders-planted
runs op to over a thousand. Those trees
have been nlonted bv the
the -circle themselves, on streets not
connected witn tnoir individual bomes,
while the number of new tree plant
ad in tho city at a result of tho efforts
of th Outdoor Circle runs np .into
tnany thousand during th vast yttar.
1 In many parts of the etty tho results
of the good work of these city beantl
fiers is.beginuing to, show and the
cb,orusof Doubting Thomases which
sprang fcnto instant being when the la-'
diet set out to transform their idea,
into avenues and parks has already
shriveled away Into insignificance. -i
DON DtN, December 17. A though
giving point to the ieech- made yextf-r-day
by Winstna Churchill at the wel-1
eomo'bome to the captain and .offlee
of the ibattleship New Zealand, a Vien
na dispatch announces the acceptance
by the common ministerial council ot
Admiral Oamme as the new naval com-msuder-in-chief.
It Surt-rises even tlit
Austrian ptrblic to learn tJvat five drcad
lMUghts are now contenijdattvl instead
of the" fonr planned in the first pro
gram. Tho cost, $.M,0tX),00( will I
apread over five yeara.:' Four cruisers
and a number of other units will also
be laid down for completion by the end
of IHl'O. . ' . .. ' V .
. The triple alliance clearly meaue'griia
business in the Mediterranean,
Mr. Cburehiir Speech.
The paasage in Mr.' Churchill's atieech
which attracts moat attention is that
expressing confidence that the other Do
minions aeo the desirability, ia the In
terest of the whole Kmwro, ot follow
ing New Zealand 'a patriotic, a'tloo. '
"The gift of this magnificent ship
to the motherland at a time of serious
crisis was on of the greatest acta of
far-seeing linaglmtioai for which ay
modern state tan tlaim (relit," be said,
"This' amnll community, far awav ia
the reeeases ef tho Pacific, coirtriMited
the money out of which this magnificent
Ship ban bee a called into being, thea
dedicated It, whole-heartedly, without
reserve, without condition and without
return, o the general eervice of the
Imperial navy.. Wo recoguiso the sac
rifice and exorfious Australia i mak
ing, and we look forward with hope and
confidence to the assistance Canada will
bring. The gift of New Zealand doea
not rank beneath exertions or con
tributions of any of the Dominions, and
may well be considered, In tome re
spect, a an example or porhapa a fore
ranncr." . . , ' .
- BY NEW TARIFF
LONDON December 15. This Timea
publitbea reorts today froin leading
comnien-rul u, industrial center ia th
United, Kingdom upon tbo actual, or
prosective eflfeet of the. Underwood
tariff on British trade with tho United
(State. ' . . , ,; ... ,:
In a- majority of th towns from
which reports wefe received no appre
ciable expuusion of business has bee
exru'nced, but in Ieeds, Dundee, and
Belfast, the lowering of the tarilf ha
given a diktiuct fllip to trade. In all;
however, there ia an expectation , of
great improvement in the future. -
Among the roasoa assiguoi for' the
absence of Increased trade are ' the
shortues in the time the tarrlt hat
been iu operution, th fact that large
htock of British exports were held iu
boad ia the Culted titatea,' ptdiding the
passage of the tariff bill; the' determi
nation of American, firms to keep prices
up until all hoarded stocks are sold and
ths (renernl deudness of the American
markets owing to the Mexican troublo
aud the disturliance caused by project
ed currency and banking reform. ,
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Ul I IILUIULII I IU ULUOIIILU
Call-down Received by : Officers
of Carabao Association Is
. ' ; Formally Set . Forth. v
' A8HIN0TON, December 21 Prca
ldent Wilson today made public a let
ter addressed to Hecretsries Oarrison
and Daniels, respectively, requesting
that a very serious reprimand be ad
ministered to those army and navy
onicera who participated ia the recent
dinner of tho military Order of the
Carabao, at which the administration 'a
t'ilippiiie and other policies were aa
tirizeii. The letter follow.
"Tho ollicera who wero responsible
for tho program of the evening are cer
tainly deserving of a Yery seriuos repri
mand, which 1 hereby request be ad-
LminiNtered, and 1 cannot rid myself of
a feeling of great iliHspK)intment thnt
tho general body of ouicer assembled
at thu dinner should have greeted th
carrying out of such a program' with
apparent indifference toth tact that it
violated some of the most digniliod and
sacred, traditions of the service.
- "I mi told. that the songs anil other
amusement .of the evening were in
tended and reganied as fun': What
are we to think of ollicer of tho army
and navy of the' United States who
think it 'tun to bring their'" official
superior Into ridicule- and the policies
of the government which they . are
sworn to serve with unquestioning 'loy
alty, into contempt i If this is their
'iika of fun, what is their idea of duty T
if tboy lo not bold their loyalty above
all ailiy eflTervesccnces of childish wit,
what about their profession do tbey
hold sacred t . :
, "My purposes tht-refore, in sdmlnis-tt-ring
this reH-iniaal, it to recall the
nun whu are respons.ble for thi lower
ing of standards to their ideals) to re
mind them of the high conscience with
which they ought to put duty, above
personal .indulgence, and to think Of
themselves as v responsible' men aud
tmstcl soldiers, even while they are
amusing Jhemaelvct as diners-out.-' '
M'SineerWy yours,' ''.'
, " WOODiiOW WILSON."
' Secretaries (iarrlson and Daniels de
cided to administer the reprimand ty
transmitting a ropy ef th President's
letter to each member .f. the entertain
ment committee.:.- . " , 't
' Becrctary Garrison immediately sent
this memorandum to Maj.-Gen. Leonard
Wood, chief of staff of th Army.
"It i hereby ordered that tbo 'Offi
cers'' of . Uie United fciUte Army Who
wore on th dinner roinuuttec, and were
therefore responsible for the program
f .entertainment at th recent dinner
of . the Military Order, of tho Carabao,
De reprimanded , in pursuance of tbo
eoairfitintcation'of lf Presideny-to mo,
copy herewith. Tha form that tha rep
rimand should taka should b to for
niali to'each of said officer a copy of
the letter' from the President." ..
UNIVEflSALIZiNG THE ',
lance guv to tbe world the autoino
bile. It would not be strange if tho
automobfio should make Franco aa En
glish speaking country, 'say th Popu
lar Magazine.' Twenty year ago there
were "few plucea iu France, outside of
tho hotels, where a traveler could Had
a native, with any knowledge of the
English language. Today there hardly
la a village in tbo republic ' where ' a
Frenchman or a French child with a
amuttering of Kiiliah Will not be en
countered. '. ... . '. . ..
The French as a 'people have mad
more progress iu the last tea yeara to
ward speaking IMigtish than la th pre
vious ten centuries, persons who went
abroad lost year for tho first time in
four or five year were amazed at. the
tremendous tprepd of the knowledge of
Knglish throughout France. The auto
mobile baa done it. In aome part of
France rjnglish is being taught in the
pnblio schoela. . Trade and travel break
down tbe prcjudio of age. . enttmcat
sinks- before tho power of money, , "
Fronce it .invuded aeh year ly an
army of American and Britisher In
motor car. . No whore do tbey find bet
ter roads or more places of historic in
terest or charm. No pleasure seekers
are more lavish in their expenditures.
I The laremnketj of tbe ,huwlots, tlte
lioj.ke'iers of ; the -quaiiit old tqwus
and the keefier of crumbling chateaux
find it profit to apeak tbe tongue of
the rich visitor. ' France gain a pretty
penny through thia annual invasion,
and each year the guia m larger.
W'bat is true regarding Franco ia true
to a minor decree in respect to Oer
many, Italy, Bun", Switterland and
Austria. Wherever the automobile goo
it drow the seeds of gold that flower
into Kngiisb. It it idle to talk of Vols
puk or jOspcranto aa the universal lan
guage. Whatever chance they ver had
vss ruined by tha automobile. If tkre
la to de a universal language, it will
be K;iglish, And the men who hav un
wittingly done the most toward thi end
arc Daimler, Beau de Kocbas and Pan
hard, one a tiennan,-the other two
French. - - ' ', .. -. V ...
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8YDNICY, New South Wales, Jauu
ary 1. (By Associutod Press Cable)
Dave Smith, holder of ths middleweight
championship title of Aliistralia . and
New South Wales, was knocked out by
Eddie Mctloorty, the American cham
iiiou, jn th first rouud hero-today..
Smith was outclassed from Up of
ifio gong, ana aicuoorty scored bis vic
tory after a minute and a half of fight
ing.. .-. j :.'., .
NEW OllLBAKrf, Louislaaa,' Janu
ary i. (.ny AisociHted Press Cable)-r-Freddle
Welsh, ,cJismpion lightweight
of FAgluwd and challenger, of Willie
Uitchie, was given a decision at the
end of tb tenth round in his contest
with Johnny Dundee hero tonight.
Welsh waa master of 'tb situation
at all time and was out in front from
tap of gong until tbe close of the cuu
tVHt. ; .
Promises to Build Twelve-Meter
. Yacht ' for San Francisco , ; ;
..; Etposition Meet.
Captain John Iiarncsoo, chairman of
the yachting committee of the ban
Francisco 1015 Exposition, has just re
ceived the following cablegram from
8ir Thorns Lipton: , ' ' ; v
"Many thanks for your cable. Am
delighted to hear that President Wil
son will confer snrh great honor' on
our race.- I am quite willing to build
a iweive meter boat under tbe Amer
i ... ...i i . . , .. i.
rum ur n ooai y
may be considered m
a boat sif any size that
ibh beni'licial t'o
Pacifla Coast yachting.'
.'Am Keenly auticiputing great pleas
ure of meeting many of my good Ainer
icaa yachting friends in th eoutesk,
and may the best boot win." .
The lact that President Wilson has
offered a handsome cup as a trophy iu
the twelve-meter race, which is to be
held In Aprit. 1913, has added great In
terest in this great intcrnatioiial event,
and entries are expected- from all parts
of tbe world. : : , , . T
President Moore has rec eived word
from the Governor of Connecticut thnt
he had appointed R. C. Benedict, a
famous yachtsman, yachting ' commis
sioner for that State. Benedict Was
tho owner of the yacht Onida oil whivb
i rcKwieni Cleveland used to sail.
itoougn invitations for the yacht
ing clulw to participate in the 1913 r
gntta have only been out two woekt,
the Exposition is in receipt of accept
ances from tho. Royal Yacht Club oT
Victoria and1 tho Shelter Island Yacht
Clab ef New York. , 1
Some time ago the Exposition com
mittee decided to make the race be
tween boats of the twelve-meter cIbm
th principal feature of the aquatic
program, and Sir-Thomas, who pr
viouslw had challenged tbe world to a
race between twenty three meter boat,
theu signified hhi willingnesa to enter
a boht of tbe smaller, clasa and with
drew bis challenge. This, however, was
"nomVlnl, and the receipt of his cabfri
is welcomed by thohe who are interest
ed in the success of the regatta. '
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(Continued from Page One)
Eetired Offlcox. " i , r'
Arthur Coyne, colonet Fhrst Infaptrf,
I idnced on the retired list.
: Joseph H. Fisher, lieutenant eolone,l
and pnymaster' general, ia placed on the
retired lilt. ;' . . ' ,''
Thomas P. Himmiiia. catdaia and ad
jutant First Infantry, is placed on the
retired list. . ' ; ' ,"
Oiiorge K.. Smithies, captain, ordnance
department,' i 'placed, en ,therctiji
list. ., ,. , . s , ,' .' ; .-'
'; Samuel Kellinoi, captain First Infan
try, Is placed on tbo retired list. ;
,.Edward IlojiUins, Captain, First In
lantry, is-placed on tbe retired .list.
James D. Dougherty, captain, signal
officer, Is tdnced on the retired liat.-
Frank M. Friesell, firsti lieutenant, hi
placed on the retired list . : ', '
Lee L. Sex ton, first lieWntAt, med
ical corps, is placed on the jretired list
' ; Kew Appolntinerrt. , '
Valentine II. Franck, captain and
chaplain In the National Unad of Ha
waii, with rank from the date here ot
' Separate Companion. '
'ompny I, Mrst Infantry, until fnr;-thor-order
will be designated aa the
First Separate Cumpaay. , . '
Company D. First IniantrV. until in.
thor order Will be designated is th
Second Separate Compuay. ' ". '
Awnpany ij, rust J n tan try, until f an
ther order will be designated a the
Third Separate Company? ' A'. ' ,'
, ' Separata BttalionS. . ' :.
Companiea D, C and he Second
Recruit -mpaif, to be designated as
"D," are asHlned to the First 8ia
rate Battalion ., , i , , ; f.
Companies. J F, G and .tha' Pint
Recruit Company, tq be designated a
"H are assigned to tho Second Sepa
rate Rattalian,.. . y , I
Mai. WiUiam K. Riley ia assigned to
cominsnd pf the First Separate Bat
talion.' r, :. . .' ; .
Maj. Oustave Rose is assigned to com
mand of tho Second Separate battalion;.
Henry Van Gieson, first lieutenant,
ia afslgned as aljutant of the First
; . Luther A.' K. Evans, first lioutenant,
U assigned as adjutant of tho Second
Separate Rnttalion. . .
Bv order of thn Oovernor.
, JOHN W. JONES, 7
The Adjutant General,
' T-- . I
bOS ANGELES, January 1. (By
Associated Presa Cable) Leach Croa,
the ew York lightweight, who rikent
ly lost a twenty-round decision to Joe
Kiver, reestablished himaelf io the
yea of ring follower 'thia afternoon
by knocking out Bud Auderson ia the
seventh roundTif twenty ronnd eon-
test. Anderson showed his ability to
nssimuaie luiiiishment aud there wal a
decided Improvement over hi last ap
pearance in me ring. . ..'
'. ." i . i i ' i
, A GEEM DESTROYER.
" There -ia uo ganger whatcrcr from
lock jaw or blood poison resulting from
a wound . when Cliumberlaia ' Pain
Bui in is promptly applied. Hia aa
auiisepiu; . aim diwtroyes too gerips
which cause these ' diseases, . It also
ausoa wounds to heal without matura
'.ion and Iu one-third tho time reoiiired
-y the usual treatment. For sale by all
lea-era. - Iters?. l)Bith Co., aguts
. -lay,-?'!. " '' ' . ' '
The world Is roiiuiuing more than
one million gallous of kerosene every
t - -
-.t ' Ll,.f
1 V f. rA V-VZ'V
.. Tuesday. December SO.
K Yokohama Sailed, Dee. 87, S. 8. Si-
oeria, ror iionoiulu.
San Francisco Sailed, Dee. 30. 2:30
p. m., H. K. Sierra, for Honolulu '
Baa Francisco Arrived. Dec. 30. 8
f. m., 8. ft. Shinyq Maru, hence Dee. H.
Monterey Sailed, Doc. 29, 8. 8. J.
A.'Cbanslor, for Honolulu. - '
Newcastle Sailed, December 23, 8.
S. .Strathardle, for Honolulu.
JNewcastl Sailed, Dec 2.1, 8. 8.
Foreric, for Honolulu.
Astoria Sailed. Dec. 2$. B. 8 'Knin
Maru, for Honolulu.
t: Waduesday, December 11.
Baa Francisco Arrrlved. Dee, 30. 8.
8. Lurlino. X D. m- benca Dec. 23. .
San Francisco Sailed, Dec. 3D. J p.
m 8. S, Persia, for Honolulu. .
PORT OF; HONOLULU.
; '-.. .-, arrived;
' Tneaday, December 30. ',
M. N. 8. 8. Honolulan from San
Francisco, 9 p. m. ' ' "' . '
Btr, Vennacher, from Tacoma, 9 a.
Str. Manna Kea from Hilo, 7:30 a.m.
Str. J. A. Cummin from Oabu ports.
4:30 p. m. , ' . .
A.-H. 8. 8. Virginian.
. C.-A. b. 8. Marama, from Vancouver.
Str. Claudine, from Maui ports.
M. N. 8. S. Ilysdes, from Seattle,
r' 8c.hr. Llkelike, from Kauai. - t-
8 br, Flaurenco. Vard, from. Midway
. American achr. Robert Ilind 101 days
from Newcaatio. . .
8tr, Kinad for Kauai, . S p. m. ; . i
Str. Likebke, for Kauai. .
fctr. Wailol for Hawaii, 12 m. '
. ' Wedneday, DeVemlier 31.'
Str. Wilhelmina, for Ran Francisco,
10 a. ao. .
Str Maun a Kea, for Hilo, 10 am.
Str. Marama, for Australia, 7 p. m. "
' . '. ?ASSENqER .... .' .-
', ; -rArttTad. . .. '
t'er Btr. -Honolulan! ftaai San Fran-
elsco, December 30.-iJ. A. Arnold. O.
V 4k t.t - . xir. .'il t w. .r
nrooiu, uars, n il. lieers, j. w.
Bull, K. 0.. Bryan, Mrs. Frances Case,
F. W. Churchouse,' Mrs. F. W. Chure
house and child, Mrs. T. V. Doyle, L.
F. Fuller, Win. Hassall, J. W. Andrews,
Edw. Leonard, Abel Herbert, Mra. Alva
C. Hill, willism Lana, Ted Llewelyn,
Mra. VMike', Marstorl, ' Miss Kate
Moore, Hon.' Lucius C Pinkham, Dr.
J. II. Raymond, Harvey Raymond,
Mrs. W. O. Standring and inant, Miss
A. Thompson, J. II. Troutmau, Mrs. J.
II. Troutman, Df. Hamilton Weir, Mrs.
Hamilton Weir, J. G. Whiteacre, Mrs.
J. U. Whiteacre, Mrs. R. Zank aud in
faut. :'' v- '.''
Per M. N. a a Honolulan, from Saa
Francisco, Iecember JUj Mr. aud Mra.
J. Troutman, Mr. and Mra. J. G. White
acre, Mr. aud ' Mrs. ' Churchouse and
chill Mis L. Cankirk. Mrs. R. Zank
audwinfant, Deputy Sheriff Charles
Rose and son, Dr.' J. H. Raymond, Mr.
Stauley Raymond, Mr. G. E. Arnold, i
Mr. G. E. Arnold Jr.; W. Bailey,
K. C. Bryan, William Lana, C. W.
Freaeh and daughter, Governor pink
bam, v -. '
Per tt Mauaa Kea, December 10.
From Hilo-eo. O. Da vies, A. M. Naa
oao, R. Dnickery, O. N. Blam, Miss
bill, Miss Btum, R. H. Lowrie; Dr.
Sewail aad wife, II. J. Quarlce, M. A.
Lee,' W. A. Cahill, .O. K. ; Joue, K.
Firth nil wife; Miss Firth, Miss Kai
pti, Rev. 8. U Desha, AJ. A.' Oilman,
Mr. Johnson, D,. F. Turin, R. A, Bcebee,
is O. Maaermaun, C O. Smith,-M.
C. De Mollo, A. U. Correa, J. Do Mello,
Jr.,' pt Wm. Mayne and wife, Mis
Tallet: M. Chiome. M. KiUirawa. A. E.
Tarter, W.'A. Oil), P, P. Wood, 3. N.
4'nill4.a, V. H. Will, C., A. Doyle, C.
A. Lassell, W.-D. Adams, J. C. Wine,
Mr. U A. 'C. Parish and son, Mrs. M.
Zeeder, Mis Kerr, R. L. Turner, L, A.
Rosenfeld, Mr. Krock, M r.Klemine, A.
Robertson. From Lahaina V. Tenny,
Mrs. II. G. Noooaa, Mra. J. Carlo, Miss
Meyer, J. Miamoto, T. Yi Wing. E. Kl-
shida, J. Fernandea and son, Rev. J. K.
Bodel, E. G. Bartlett, C. C. James.
IVr C.-A. 8,' S. Marama; from Vani
conver, Janaary 1 For Honolulu: Miss
Oowdry, Alia E, p. Ciarko, Mrs. J. P.
Dounia, Mr. and Mra. T. A. Hatfield,
Miss Hstfleld, Master Hatfield, Miss
Home,' John Kinney, ' Mis Little, A.
Nielsen, Captain Smart, W. J.-Stokes
aad wife, T. J. Weir, W. T. Walker,
Wife and infant) R. F. Walker, K. Wil
liaiusou,' II. Busbert'wifo and infant;
B. S'. Carrk-k, A. "8. Dnnn, A. W. Dah
forth, J. Hv.ljoran, D. Hammond, A. R.
Heddea. 4- & Kaapp, C. K. Lay, T. 11.
Morrisoh, J. Morrow, George MeLeod'
and Charles Williams. ' For Sydney and
way porta: 'Jlr. and Mra A. L. Ayton,
Dr. K. 8. Bowker, A. W. fiundork, Mis
M. E. Uormao, Mra, O, D. (1 rifles, Mr.
and Mrs. Gill, Rev. A, J. Hopkins "p.
Hamilton, Mr. and Mr. M.J. Hawley,
R. M. Isarca, a L. King, II. W. Bateh
elor, P. W. Boston, Mr. and' Mrs. K.
Uowker, H. IV Brown. Mr. and Mra.
R. de ltoisviere. Miss L. de Boisviere,
F. Cavalier, has. llarlt, Mra, Chas.
Clarke, tie.. Clarke Goa. Colemuu, G.
A, iugl, 11. losing, Miss Duulop,
Wm. Farrell, Miss L. Graham, D. Grant,
i. Grant. John Graham. E. Ilsll ' A.
Hall, Mr. Henderson, Mrs. K. I. Hull,
Masters A. aud U, 4111, Alia Hall, Mr.
Howe, P. Hehir, ' W. Herbert. Wm.
Jones, Mr. and 'Mra. Knight, Mr. Kirby,
wire aud too; lr. K. it. Ludy. Rev. W.
i. Larkiugtou, Mr, an( Mrs. C. II. Mnr-
snail ana luiunt. C. Mcterrau, Mr,
Montgomery, Arthur. Rubsrts, II. C
Honolulu Stock Exchanp
Wednesday, December 31, 1913.
NAME OF STOCK
Ales. 6 baldwia Ltd
C Urwl Co
Miw. Airncultaral ....
Haw. Con. 4 Sua. Co.
Hnw. Sut. Co
ulchisaon Sucar rtan
. laiioa Co
McMnrde Sus. Cv Lid.
Paauhan u. Piia. Co.
Pioneer Mill Co
Wsisiss Art. co ......
Wailuku Sufar C0....1
Wsunea 8u(ar Mifl....
Haw. I'.ltclric Co..,.,.
Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd
Haw. Pineapple Co ....
Hilo R. K. Co. PIU
Hilo R. R. Co. Com....
Honolulu Brewini A
Hss, Ga Co. Pld .....
Hon. (jas Co. Com."--H.K.T.4UCO,
Inter-Iland a N. Co..
Mulosl Tet Ca... ......
O.R- LC k...
Pahsni Rnh. Co
Ttnjona Olos Rub Co
a .i o
. 'N iv.
ten k 5
ll) I A
Hsmakut Ditca Co
Haw. Coat. A Sugar Co.
Hawaiian Irr Co tt.
Haw. Ter. 4 p c (Rt
fusdin 19061 ........
Haw. Ter. lot Pub Im
Haw.Ter. 4 p c Pub Im
ix-r. l'JIZ-1913.. ...
Haw. Ter. a'-i c...
"iip. J n p c
H lo R.R. pet lasss o
tain. Cos. s
Houokaa Suf Co. p
noa. oaa Co., Ltd
tion. K. l.4Lto.lrl
cauai arr co. n
Mr.titydt Suar Co.,fc
muwij I CI. va .......
Natoanai Con. (a
iks Sutar Co. ape
Pacilic Uunso FerUiier
Psolic Sutar Mill Co
Pioneer 'Mill Co.' ifpc!.
Das carlo Mil Co (
wai lua VcrMjis pc.
00 H. C k H. Co 21.25; 25 O. R.
k L. Co., 125.00; 20 Ewa, . 14.'23.'
. '. : Sagar Qnotationa,
88 Deg. Analysis Beets, it lid; par
ity, J.92; DO Dejf. Centrifugal,' 3.20.
, Dividend. ' ', '
DeKenlber 1. llaik'g, !3; ,Paia .25;
Kekeba, JO); I ioneer, ;10; "Waimea,
December 5, Ha C. k 8. Co., .13;
Ononis, JS, 1 -'
De.eiiber 15, Ilea. B. k M. Co. (sf
.40: Haw. 8uir. Co.. .20: O R. a l.Y
CO. (OOe extra) 1.25; Pe(eekeo, 1.00;
U. U. 1a i o,, ,W, c
Decemlier 31, C. Ilrewer k Co 1. 00;
Ewa, (40c. acial)f .45; Walmanalu,
8.00; Haw; Electric, .75 Hon. H. 4 'M.
Co, ,20; I. I. B. N. Co., .75; Kankn,
.05; Haw. Pilio Co., .25; non." Gns
ltd., .50; Hon. Gaa Com., M; IL It.
T. k Im Co., (quar), 2.00; aiat. Tel.
Co. (oiar), .25.
atron, lV Tcnide, W, ' J. Williams, T.
Williams, A. Williams, R. Wildride,
Mist. I. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mar
ti and infant, Mis Martin, Mnster J.
Martin, -W. McCormack, Mr. Mcl'rack
en, Mr ami Mra. II. Maclacblaa, J. A.
Macdouuld, Mrs. JS. rcrry, R. pollnrd,'
S. Pbillis, R. Pearson, Miss 1'illiu,
Miss: Parker, Misa F, l'ritchard, J.
Pritchard, Mrs. J.' N. Roger and In
faat, Misses M. and H. Rogers, Master
Geo. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rockow,
J. D. Hniith, Mrs. H. ' Miij. man. Miss
Hliarmsa, Miss K. Thoms, H. 4. I 11'iihu,
A. White, , Mr. and, Mr. J. Worrall,
Mrs. Chas.. Williams, Dr.' A. P. WUxle,
A. K. Welborn, Mrs. tank and infant
' 'Departed. ;
Per atr. Wilhelmina, for San Fran
cisco,' December 31. Mr. 15,'E.- Lat
telie and three' children, Rev J. Knot
Bodl, Mr. F. Itramlt, A. LU..11, R.
J. Breton, Mrs. R. J. Breton, IT. T.
Rlokel, Mrs. H. T. BickeL R. IL Hi, Uel,
Mrs. 8. U. Cheel, R. 1 Coleman, Mrs.
R. L. Coleman, Robert iloma,n, Jr.,
Miss C. Cole.iuaa and govermrts, J. C.
Coppatte, Chester Peering, Mrs. Cliester
DeeriiiK, J. J. Ksfjsn, Mrs. J. J. Fuiui,
J. J. Pagan, Jr., Miss Don Fnuii,
George D. Gray, Mrs. George D. Gray,
Louis Gerber, Mr. Louis Gerlier, ir.
M. K. Grossman, Mrit. W. M. Hook, 11.
W. Hopkins. Miss Rose Heather, E. M.
Matfill, Mr. II M. Magill, H. E. Ma
gill, WiUiam McFarlane, J. C. Mont
gomery, Mra. J. C. Montgomery, J. F.
McCorkle, R. Pedroul, . W. a Pcmbcr
koa, Mra. W. h. I"eniborton, Mis Peui
berton, Mra. W. H. RieeyV. G. JSihroe
der, H. Strain, Mra. . U. Htrain' ami
child, Mr. John'rpruuce, H. R. Binip
kin, Mr. C. a Wright,. E. Westveer,
Mrs. E. Westveer. '
Per str.' Wilhelmina, for Run, Fran
cisco, December 31. Mrs. E. E. lot
ted and' three children, llev.' J. Kmn
Bodel, Mrs. F. Brandt, A. Bloirt, It.
4. Brtton, Mrs- K. J.' Breton, II. T.
Bickel, Mra. II. T. Hiekel, . J I., liickel,
Mra. a.' IL I'hoel, R, U" tkilemau, Mrs.
R.' Ia, Coleman,' Robert Coleman, Jr.,
Misa C. Coleman and governess, ' J, O.
t'oppage, i'boster Doering, Mr. Chster
Deeriug, J. J. Pagan, Mra J. J.'Vaau,
J. J. raan, Jr, Misa Doria Faguu,
George D. Gray, Mrt. George D. Gray,
Ixui Gerber, Mrs. Louis Gerber, Dr.
M. E. Grossiuan, Mra. W. M. H00U, II.
W., Hopkins, Misa Rose Heather, K. M.
Magill, Mrs. E. M Magill,' IL E. Mh
gill, William MrFarluue, J. C. Mont
ROtuery, Mrs, J. C. Montgomery, J. F.
McCorkle, R. 1'edroni, AV. 8. i'eiiilx-r-ton,
Mrs. W, 8. lVuiberton, Miss Ivm
lertoii Mrs. W. II. lin e, W, fl. Hi h . ...
der, H. Strain, Mrs.' H. Strain 1. ,,!
child, Mrs.'Jubu Hpraiiuce, li. If. Kn..
klu, Mrs. C, S'. Wright, K, West v.-, 1,
Mrs. K. Westveer, M. A. W. Lee, Ou,s.