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s ''-';-rT-? v " O O -, - i , . - WALL D mm. klkl W LL u ; 1 111 .La m . v... rV! 0! :hl tn-Juccmcnt a 5 per cert -., S r (T: 3 v C N I if 00 ' ji-v prrn - M 1 VIul " , I . . . w ' y ' 1 ; 1 ' : s i .v; ! . i.-JL - . ' .Mm. ...MiHhW 1 11111 1 WW . - . "r T--" ""f-.i'i .' v '..'-I rr:- - ' :r, C ll.'crr.ia a f Canto n ware is . the C23t in U12 city. . ' ;-y :- to ctt pcop4e to a$e Cantonware, rci-ctxn cfuring the firtt week in f i, L w . - 'J ;CH. KING AND NUUANU CTS. t' . ,T ---r-j Trip ? to Hawaii 'Prevents H:m v? from Registering at Home in Chicago fWy-p; : f Rv C. S: ALB PRT Special Jstar-Bulinln Correspondence 1 -WAS I IINGTON, D. Not. 6; : Secretary Fisher of the Interior De partment,' was the only member of President Taft's official family 'fail ing to cast a ballot for the re-election of his chief. Each of the other cab inet ministers hastened home - and was at the polls bright and early. ; ; Hawaii must shoulder all the blame for the failure ot Secretary Fisher to vote-' His trip t to the Islands occu pied more than two months time. Up on returning to the United . States Mr. Fisher loitered along his trans continental way, thinking the stat utes protected him on the basis of beings an officeholder residing in the District of Columbia. When he reach ed his home in Chicago the Secre tary was politely informed that hav ing neglected to register he was In eligible . to vote.-;. 'v; i':-r j? r nptnrnin? trt this "cftv Secretary Fisher prepared to sit on Ihe lid and watch - the Governmental wheels re volve while his associates , attended to the actual .voting. ry Cays Trip Wai Worth W)iile.' S, - Secretary Fisher figures that h't journey to the Hawaiian Islands cov ered eome 23,000 ' miles .but he feels it was worth the trouble. ' r . . v More.thaa 70C0 voters, employed 'In the various executive departments her wrfft more fortunate than ; Mr. ' Fisher. They went home and voted tteir various party tickets, xney are rrrmlttpd bv law to retain their cit- izenstip and residence in the states, while encased in service for the Gov ernment tore. ij; '-; ,-v:'v '' Cel. Uccsevelt and hi3 followers will net be permitted to klirr J Kcsular Republican, orgzniratlc years hcr.cn. It had . teen arw that th!3 was the purpose. Cclcncl desires a PresiJentia nation in 1316 he must afT.IIate with the Bull Moose herd, of Eeavn. i . lift ECir.e other; party cennecuuus. will r.ot.nerxeicrtn ce recci.eu w part or parcel of the Rcsuiar i;epuo lican err r.! ration: JIU action at Chi ca"3 placed him beyond the tale. 'He must her.ee forth. cast In his lot else where. - - . - - , . . May Units Party. ' ' It 13 believed the old-line Republi cans will forthwith "bein making love to the Progressives. That ele ment will 1 3 given a larger place in the party -councils: There is no eth er method ly t! oh th3 crr::.:3-'.:on cr.n te reestablished and made errec tivo 'ii future political contests. The r. r.l: and tie cf the Dul Llocssrs must 1 3 tc! -n away, by conciliation. r; T-' cnti-eloction joke cf Dr. ChaSn, can:L':t3 cf the Prohibitionist's for pre id:nt, almost equalled that of 3 Rusch when he . sent -his virefrcs message requesting Col. Rccrsve't to withdraw and permit Re--ulican success. In'.fisuring out the r c z ult3 c f the elections t Dr. , . ChaSn I said: V.-' :r v ' "Vilson .will carry forty states, Rocscvelt, five; Taft, three; Debs and I will divide the others." ' ; fhaf::: GdoraEY ise;;f6:' TO UuDEFIGO OFERATIOil ': Fra r.k Godfrey, formerly a; well- vtinwn rnwsnauer editor Tina writer cf thU city, will cater the Queen's Ucrital as a" patient to undergo an fnr the removal of cataracts from each of his eyes, - Dr. George F.' trmth -will . be ihe surgeon-oculist ll.Ir. Godfrey Is the eldest, and oldest, pewspaperman in the country, naving succeeded H. U Sheldon. as editor of the Weekly Advertiser in 1878-9 ; then assistant editor- with Walter' Murray Gibson in 1880, y He was the proprie tor of the now daily . P. C. Advertiser 1S81 and from 1882 to 1886 was 4s sociate . editor ; with the ; late Alatau Atkinson on the Hawaiian Gazette. For the past seventeen years Mr. God frey has been practically blind, being able to read or write but very little, thus being unable" to follow his Voca tion. Some few months ago by rea son of his lack of proper sight he fell Into an uncovered drain at the fish market, sustaining a- fracture of the upper arm and a broken ' right shoul der: Although a: civIV war veteran he i3 hale and hearty,, and It the opera tion by. Dr. Straub Is successful w;ill undoubtedly be An among the "press gang", again.; ", - The depositors ,of the . California Safe -Deposit Company of San- Fran efscn ; which failed several years ago, J have received $100,D00. or 10 per cent -m . H a Ji n. : i,a,a 'mo nmp later Thirty-nine happy boys, t members of the employed boya department of the Young Men'a Christian ; Associa tion, had the time of their uvea batur day night when, under the leadership of Secretaries Cross .and Loomis; of the association, they hiked out to Kahala Day by moonligt x and there swam in the surf and had dinner , by the light cf a big bonfire of drift-wood "Let's have another, .one soon" they cried, a they were returning home. And . they probably w01 " f t The first bunch iert uie association a five o'clock and took the w to the end of the WaialaeMine, and from there they hiked -the.- remaining -jh?-Unce of three miles to the beach, where they; had a swim and then got into their gymnasium smtsf and pro ceeded to gather woo i fir a fire. The second crpwu sUrt?l vaj jix vfiM and reached tne oeacn m nuie .u iw. prepare supper. They too had a swim and got; their: suits on, and then the whole band squatted aroun I v the fire and partook of a big line of at3.'The two secretaries naa taseii; uons ti.uu gh "weenies'? so that'ther would be fnr -earn bor. and'thesi th!y rcsst- ed over the fire from the ud of long sticks Then there , were various other things to eat that the differf.nl loy had brought, and it was n inv. - al , J : r ' " ; After supper, the boys ai Im promptu circus, interspersH-witt gym ;unts, and games played t the music MittiiPipa and cuitars tUt the boy i ! took alog.Some of the !s ?ot up C quartet and' the way atey saug. "I wanta be 'way down in ; Dixie" had the Pla Trio jailed to the matt. Then everybody' went for another 6 win and it was announcea mat it, was nu start for home:; The ; trip back to the city was made through the fort at Diamond Head, where the officerr and -"-n were awakened from tfielr. dreams "ie ilnkls of ukuleles"' and ,tte, :tyr' irs, accompanied by a j --uch v;-'a'"-'- sue-1 '.uchly enjoyed, ; the boysles . r.ls arsjt "-dy . to take -" the r; Eear ' 1 t i M vj u a hnrtno -Yif-fnel "threatened- cn board the British "-steamship Ikala, lumber laden, enroute iron vaiuuii-rr-Cf tr Mf aurn l Acstralia1 which caused Captain C'rruthers to direct his command. to -tjenow. a. .- The Ikala, with a seven per -cent list appeared 'eff ttt harbor thl3 mor ning, -to be visited: by . quarantine and cisto'as ccial3 nly to'. -learn .that fuel oil was requiridsuEcient to car ry the big freighter to the Antipodes. - With one of the '.largest shipments of lumber as well as a general 'assort raent of building material, the v Ikala sailed from San Francisco thence to Eureka, taking on' the last ot the ship ment at "Astoria. The British steamer cleared from the Corombla riverx pert cn November 6 and according to state ments mad , by" Captain Carruthers this morning the trip down to" the is lands was a fairly pleasant one. " During severe blow, -the cook 13 rpnnrtpf! to have lost his balance, fall ing to the lower: deck, sustaining an injured back. The. man Is to continue the voyage In the. vessel as ne is xa&i recoveringTronrthe accident . C . The. Tfeaia wilt' he - remembered - as having visited this port some month3 ago under about similar circumstan ces. At that time Captain Carruthers entered a- protest! over what he term ed excessive 'port charges In that he had been ': charged with pilot fees to the amount? of nearly three hundred dollars. It was claimed that on s this occasion the Iakla entered the har bor and work In "pumping out the oil tanks followed until checicea tnrougn interference by portfV officials. The lKaia was compeuea io gu iu where: oil and bilge was removed A pilot Was required throughout -all this manipulation, necessitating quite an 1 ; Later it is understood; that" a por tion of the charges were remitted following considerable correspondence between the agents andv the territory. ." The Ikala. was' brought into the har bor this morning to; a berth at the railway wharf. .The 'ship V Falls of Clyde -was brought along) side from which ' vessel fthe ilkala ls " to receive the fuel. It is expected that the Ikala will be dispatched for Melbourne late this afternoon, "-x r- I r I - i I i i j ft ' , - . ' ': . . ? " ' ; i . ; c ' - - .) . - ' ' , ' . - . I '"' r. r . . - - . . - - ' y ; . Thio tcautnitl - - I . .- - v - " - . " - " . ::J"S- t , . . 1 - 1 .-t-s-.1 -..j; . i . '. x.' -c v ; . : . - - ' ' liU LO 4 III JU J - - ; - - ,. . -t Size'of Lots Intenaiiu f urcnaccr3 arc mvia iu i- ..- . i - ,r- r- ' l- . Fort Street) near fAccommodaUonsrSerVice'and4 Meals j oo t h "Pieftanicm Ho- 72: " A A r v . - i'yivpr- t.hrpA h-nura recently. V f ai " an vflTTisprnpnt. . . . w n . v. T0UITG STCIIT . W fromCCO to 7CC0 and malie apacauca to . . , . -! 1 Aviator Johnston, at Elmira, N. Yt. rrr;:; carried a passenger in his biplane, for C.:r- . - - -