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Persia, Jan. 2D. For Can Franeltce: Manoa, Feb. 2 From Vancouver: Niagara, Feb. 24.' , For Vancouver: " Niagara. Feb. 5. -.- 4 L'renlng: Bulletin, Est 18S2, Ko. 6G74 Hawaiian Star. Vet, XXII, Na 7114 lOOUQOLULU, miKTOHV PAGK& 4 ' ;; PRICK riVK"CHNT3 '"TTvSn- a--: r'r Tt ' ,' A': Li ii 2 11270 u u y d . 1 ii- .1 ii II I i I .i i , n 1 1 " is p V - j : II! N : Urn U. - r?:nrr ' I ; I j , : - ! . p G ::.60l - Big Point in Fight for Larger Pert Accommodations Se cured by Washington Report j.cv.s u;ed t)y Dclcbate "PULL ALL-TOGETHER" : POLICY 13 A WKifiER Hcnc!L'':.n3 G!:J to Get f.'evvs l'::.r,z F! l: c h fc'r Future of Cili ; ,c;:ct is Rcvicion of C;i:!r.al iin of Army,En "CI. -.inter cf Cennerce;; : 1 Chanel- reported TI'.o Elovo cclle nessajre. from the t' ' ,'c, vhic'.i rc:cl:ed Ilcr.olulu tbis i i t!.::t'an important : arc trvr.rj Honolulu and i i -r: -.: : -s tcca Eucctfuiiy i.' ' . Every ;:-;cct fcr rivers and l.rl:r3 i":rr:-.:r.i Ei.t . first, re ecivo the c.'.clal O. II. of tae board rf anry engineers known as the riv ers and l.arlcr3 Lcard. and'the ap iroval cf tlli Lody Is-equivalent-to ; tt!::.T any recrure trfcre censrers. l e rcvl.' Kalihl channel ' ' project i :.t r: -to- the- -ch-- f of - -engineers, ; I to t'.e t-rrct:ry cf war, In the WPLL INSPECT MILK f l WITHOUT JERRITORY, - DECLARES MAYOR - : .. ; ? -: -;. - The cltjr'and count vlll commence Inspection or milk cm Monday, acconl Ing to the positive statement issued Jy Mayor : Lane to the Star-Bulletin today. -t i : ,i "Regardless of what the territory does In the matter, the city and coun ty will-; hare charge of milk Inspec tion, .was the statement of the ex ecutive. "The law clearly provides that It Is the duty of the city; and ccunty to Inspect mils: and I intend to see that the. law Is carried out i The milk Inspector has been named, and will proceed with bis duties February i - , , ' - -- . . . . IFS OMY CHLORINE ) ;hot poisorj, you're ; - TASTirJG IN WATER "t'ghi". and a couple" of "Egh, feghs." .Taste anything in the walen this irale; r r. riv t f vcrr'la action ty l-:ird means mcrnlngl One more step towards "the human perfect" in . so tar. as health Isi con cerned has been established. it was and is and wyi be chlorIne. . Four hundred .pounds of the!; &rug. manufactured Into liquid form I was put into the-water yesterday and to day and it will continue tcrUerttrnecl nto the wter indeSnitely.; ; :-r,;'y C City . Lr. -Ineer Wall turned in i the chlorine ia number 1 purlScation plant m isuuauu vaiiey j-esieraay. dum ber 2. plant was brought Into use to- The liquid chlorine is forced Into the water.and Is used to kill aM those little germs that are supposed, to eat Into our.inner'tubcs. ,Te flow. of the chlorine. 13 regulated acordlng-to the Caw of the water..- --..-..v,.;w Maybe 'It. will even kill the "germs': that are eatins the lnsideaout of the taeters. J ; : 0 -. . - ... wood cacleIfor- CAHulVAL PROGRAMS A hurry ca1 : r?r; Cirtlral pros'rar was received -JL-y the Promotion Com- LUUillUUU mmmm ii mi t Willi j SAGE FolIov3: Presicfeht Wilson in Shattering Precedents; Will' Deliver Views in Person If Tells Sfcr-Dul!:'i Upset ofCanaJ Opening ; Will riot Keep Heaq of Uavy - . From Hawaii. Visit ; g Secretary cf it V Navy Dan iels will not allorr the change of arrangements f;r the fohnal opening of ithe: Tar lz :canal to Wock nls -yir:: to aawaii la mm Von . . r:'.00- Cancel inn btbi vat I u SfcWJKt rouowingr- tne r-..3 -cn n3r4TI0M,;HETHIN!(S Washincn yerdatlUhb : 'r. ': ; 'y. big battlesMp parad3'thron','h ?m.p!efed Part of Address the MnalVcai:: held 4 terestma. He Savs. -r t-;t.. .- i m , 1 "V Governor Pinkhaia has decided up- fJTCt.thrcnhit T., '3; fCOTCd "L on another- precedent-smashing rtano- XIc"! -!u : that : TCtary EwU ration, v. Following the precept of his . . . . ... f,.-A IlluElrioua superior. President Wilson, - lV r-t uvt? the governor will appear before the saipg tD HaWaiiHOllld 08 C3- Joint';assembIy "of the territory's law- . , . - " " making body . "oathev opening day ot iirciJ ,"','a ;. the..1 jnext : legislature and in . person ; v-Ths L " r-Hallc rJl tabled tO read to the senators and represenU- i- ttt,;u , tites Tils Initial messaze.- ' - lva . -.rl,w.w-j President Wlls'oa shatlered a time- tO get a direct I V :3Cnt frOSl hbnored custom hen be performed tC2 secretary,'. - '-2- f wlloWir1 gress after he took. office, and Gov-1 C.CI. JTaSl : WuS wrlVwa,lCu.-.y .ICrTARY JOSEPHUS-DANIEtS. ernor PInkham has determined to set 1 anSTTCTr;" a; similar, recora: in tiawau. T u wm message has been read tive to the lawmakers Ma. "WAnixTcr -r,Dc.:jan. hl he 5ei I :crctary E ; -i::ls civd Hi's addressed , by . t ' x j iln making the: announcement thlsllrat Will never to Cancelled JXe morning the governor said : r - ; h i ,rtr-t,'i rnfh f n ii TT v r "There ar a number . of things Iff rv"""& " - r i- r c 'sire f to Impress particularly; upoa the legislators their clpsest end eration. .The facta home -and get their undivided at tention on , the 'questions put before the lawmakers, I believer Is to have the message read to thei?r. by Jhe per ;on who . w rites it , - 'r : ' ba dohyedTpending the presi dent Si 'visit- to - the' exposition. 'W 0 . Cr S. ALBERT. V ?AV7ashin2ton rAssociated Press 'despatch tbdiy says :'T::retary;;Daniels rk today formally announced- that; the opening of the?-Panama canal Tri& be postponed to July.' ; 4 'resa particularly; spwi nrninnn lf f ; ' .raffalrsy. whjchr, need I MiLi J nd most careful consld- IV I i i i i ' best way to .drive the Ui I IaA. lull, -'Sv VK- rssT UP' h ll:- ili y-p- ': . " ' - --r-- - ill-L-cilTe cf the, leading, govern- -. .:. .. :- .-". : - i,- r r ' ' -"' -- ' f i' ' -rj.,..... , . Ill LIT! lrl j :;V . -. ' - , . , v .. . DESPITE IMTERfJAL TROUBLES IfJ HUrJGAHY, DUAL DI ARCHY DISPLAYS STRENGTH IN CARPATH! ATJ BATTLES 1 VIENNA DEMANDS FOODSTUFFS BE SEIZED AfiD DI3- -TRIBUTED BY GOVERNMENT-WESTERN LINE QUIET : . -. . Associated Tresa Servt ce by Federal Wireless. .' t LONDON, England; Jan. 29. Answering the strategy of German. and Austrian ,generals' in starting an effenrive move- raeni 'in Hungary "and Bnkowina to repel the Slav ; trcep3t Russia has resumed 1 her invasion "of. East Prussia. "Tho C:ar's , forces are now more than 30 miles inside the German herder. 1 Simultaneously with the; stiffened Austrian attaelr. th'!; Turks further southeast are attempting to exert a ne;7, pre: euro on the Ruseo-Turkish line" The reports there are "ccntradietcr butheayy. fihtini is evidently takin'place. ' In;". . :"- - - The western front is quieter. . The costly. German an:: of the past few days seem toliae accompMsehd nothing."..'' Russian Gensral Stdif iBicI Recent Attaclis Ptotej C:::--.: IvPETROGRAD, Russia, Jan. 2D.--A statement issued t:.::.y by the Russian general staff says: V 1 . ; "North of Tilsit, in EastPrussia, on Ilonday the Hu::;-z3 drove, back .the Germans, 'destroying? the' Pcgegan raihrr.y ct tion.,-' Fighting continues in' the Pilkallen and GurrA'- : : re- gions, which at certain points is resulting advantage v. ) v:. 'Southeast o Dukla Pas3 we gained an kepertdnt eu: . . j onTuesclay and compelled the enemy "to retreat precipitately, abandoning, much material. ; ' V.'"'-. :; !" . ' VThe attempts of the enemy to assume the offeneive cn the Carpathian frcnt have everywhere been smothered by the a3-; saults of our forces. , ', :-' -v...' . " -,: ' 2 ? ' The situation in Bukowina is unchanged." ' " ' . . I receive J ; ..; :.-rlcrs V.. 2 . criminal :rs. Tbi: .re- turr'.r. J ' " 'rty. ; 1 w..r.' ry V. .4.j?e ar.J fret:.' :y will not be cc r:?ted until short: before the i-T cf. the .celetrr.ti-u, .Mimecgrc e;, :cs of the present program may L s::it Mr. AVood fcr distribution. . ; i ir,-vhrrf t: - T ' v :.i:f r I m ..l uj IS the territory at large. c : j V, 1 th- i c: -I ,t- .'.r e Jt to ."3 v, : c: t: c ';y for the were ttrcrr'.y C;vcrr.:r V,. F. I : : : e ! "rir.r-rs -rr, l:.:t July. Mr.. ' ir.--:n..r:-cho as -r t:.c I . . .1, .i,J C.jo II- fl--' - ! U,, If- ' ' llli.- Uj I Iv. - , f - ; C::-Frcm..Vc.:r.j..'.., Lh-'rne Luanda, a Portt:gup.3'-fish-enran, a recent arrival Iron Koloa, Kauai, was found. uncor,sclni:i -with L:.3 tl.:.at c:;t frca ear ta e - : 1 an t.r.fre",uc:.tei" district cf-lw;: . early tr.'.s raornirr:. ' -He-Is" said ta have Lcca attach; J, by a Filir'-za holdup r:aa. , . " C ; ' cf ' Detectives ?' Duffle, . . i: : lie tt and several cf. ' rs are ? :cu:i.- the city' for two1 . .'pinos, :.cte C '. :r:rtlcn fcy a pede':'- in tal- ' . v .th. i: .t g;vea the re; ly the Aictira ef tha allcrjed'.holdu;..-.. Lu..r.Ja va3 left to his fat by his i- -r..r.'.s. IIo- cartially r covered : :i da lr. own bis plight .to "Walter Icsrn, who tc'.Isved the man under :;";::::iio;: :3..22;MiE a e. . y c. lha ir.r:-jer.r3 cf liquor. On f'.zgthe iron's cc: . iitica he called thj police. Luanda recovered sufficiently to tell hi3 story wSen taken to the hos pital. - He says that he had great the . a rl V . 0 m ' . mm n. t.. c.i ice reeis r.tar iwiieu :c, e-j hU state- Al " oc'" l":3 comics he-was re i utal!3 facts turrr? t0 the c;ty when accosted by ' iVy' Lei" ccnd- a ieio, .who asked , for, money . to t: p'lcard intak-'l'1 a F:une cf c"P3- Luanda rerus 7'e Fcti'ca. led to five UtX any. , The '.attack' ol , c-- -tfv 'lowed! Luar. !a admitted havlsff par- r. :ty fcr u-"ei tai:cn cf a Lottie cf gin some hours w "v .... . .... : .... o t -. k-tp the j.ro-1 lt--e : . ' :en. Tl 3 Chan- - Luanda 6a! 1 that he approached a Cc vcrr.cr 1 .nhhara, J watchman at ths railway- wLarvea'Ik'ho, ef ihv;:c.V.'c;ks rcr! Instead 'cf reiving him aid, attempted ri ir.div: duals and10 cnve.nm err tie premises. ce::-.: : v, . : und t v!.h :.t fcu :?el the project .::ty. f:r llcno- rrcr (' (C ' i ta I if rr the News.-- -. crrrr Trcar was frank I en r " "3 two) - : re .6 t Cxi: .t crv lza:z. ft.;. T irchcuea 2!ri3 ft, :t. E:r:az!a and' Miller - ft , 14 acres,. 2" dies from' car ii. id. nrxDniCK, :haat zri Alihca Etreets ' , The injured nan is about 40 years old and -has a wifa and II children on Kauai.- v 0 . . .. -. Te- L Trei' Iaukea-Anl Special Or ficer NoLid'a went to Luanda and joined in the investigation made- by the rolice. U," was .said , at the .hos pital that the man may recover. ' . ; -ptain dfcDuffi- learned today th.atlwo Filiptnos'a'ccomp&aied a man learently intoxicated, in a hack that t:rc reeded kloni the lower Iwilel road in the direction cf the eld "gold mine. The 'Portuguese ' was found withhv a 5; ort .distance, of .the pot deslated by a spectator, who described the Filipinos to the police.'" -' intal7 pahleas as he can 'make it nr:v'Sft!lHd - He h-i Riven considerable time to f ?f-f?nn its prepw.ion the last ten clays and Until Anll-ACUC tUUOn, alrr-dy a portion of the document Is rJatUrallZatiC iY Was Crantctf in writing He. expects p complete It v -' ,.; I--jJ:"fK In amp'e.tlm id have copies ready for Tha't 'more thari "E0 Japaesd-have dlstritutida'amonff the senators and been granted citizenship' by' the'rmt representatlves tn February. 17; ; the e(1 states Is the statement, of pr. Do opening day of the session, lie li not remu3 Scudder.v pastor of Central Un prepared yet, however, to discuss' the icn church," bsed ,upoxu Tecent. Infor subjects that will be Incbrporat'ed in mation at Washinctom lii connection it, but promises thit the mcse se will with the application la' the- federal be cf , more than "ordinary. Interest to c0Urt here of TakacJ.Ozawa Or "'citizen: ship, the Star-Bulletin .asked Dr. Scud der, who has made wnsiderable inves tigation of the subject as to, the fabts regaramg naxurauzauon .turm9 jay anese. - "; V : ;:- J.' vr"-r v"' The following - letter was recefvea today: . -y' i ?.-r- 'SX--X"-'-Editor Honolulu Sar-Bunetln. C Sir: . Last evening you quote llts A. E. llurpby; as saying that he1 knows of no Japanese -wbof . having applied for citizenship In. the-United SUtes was granted, the privilege of.naturall' zation. '( We have ipne such Japanese la Honolulu; a most' excellent t.ilzen; I1t - K'ntaiiniima an -'pTTtTTtrrv'A hf .TTncl9 iu0nl.?th?",i:?r.patfi0Ve mCnii Sain lathe immigratioa service. .While the Mid-Pacific Carnival, will be a 1 .Waah,nn umnih V learned gathering ; ln tbe opera house the eve- the number of - Japanese " who n tej ofWaShlngtoasblrthday. .The been granted naturalizatiba by plan Is to have two strong addresses' onntrv,i hetn oa patriotism; . one -.dealing : wlthUhe 50 and 10o.- UnUI the anti-Aslatlc'agl-patriotism cf peace and , the -other taUon of the past quartercentury.be with ; the , patriotism of .war. 'The ,,.' ..nnitrttir W'Htt. speakers have not yet been selected. IT.ih!f hv rw. ; n ,: The committee' in charge of this . event, erf which . Paul Super Is chair- naturalization as . Origin aUy passed .ty mnn. feet. early In,, the coming cjngresg ln 1791 . or thereabouts ex week to perfect arrangements. -;'' s.t i-.- The boxes will ;ie. reserved for t .-. .v"UMfctMUCU. M -- Lnl. Iaj.-gen. William H. Carter and V- n Rear - Admiral C. - B. T. Moore and their - parties: Prominent local citi zens win be on the platform, The committee also 1 has ,in 'charge the. arrangement" of a proper observ-j ance of. Washington 6 birthday, in the local churches. - ' --v " The .work of5 this committee 4s to emphasize' the ' fact' that 'patriotism -conslstsnot only, in cheering the big parade as It goes past, bat In develop ing a genuine' spirit of. loyalty to the country," said .Chairman' Super ..today. 'The plans of the carnival committee include this Idea as well as the spec tacular and -enthusiastic features.. Carranza,' yesterday-entered- the capl tal at' the' head of aii arm cf 10:5 men. Sharpshooters hidden ..under and on the roof of the caViedral attempted to assassinate -.hrm, three: of hit tol dicrs being killed and several wound ed . by, the "snlplna' fire. s The snipers were, riot caught. ? ) .'. 7 ' N , . Last nldht 20,C0O more soldiers en tered the elty.,-The capital is quiet to- '-. a-ef . , lift , - i V rMs ' ,me 'l s "n t" C3n;t;-::'.VIJinCI3.''-ltaIy,.; Jan. 29. -Dc3i3atche3 frem V:-::a v r and HIS Heft Who March inj- thai'the city council and newspapers are d:r.andirg tlr.t Av -yATriumphTnro Germany's exanipb and confiscate' all f::c!:tuf Id V tX .P-.oy Fed. yi&ss?v-V. be distrihntcdlby governincnt agencies. . VU: , -f .Mexico city Mexic Jan. ir-' " The press denounces 2.3 ssliish the Hungarian cgricultnr:'-' Gen. Ohresonr supposedly friendly to M-ts xffhn arann'r ihin.-n .'Th Vi -t. rw r' - KilflFlilifly , yev E Gl'SJD?; nr "II f-'-,! ur V.." '(Special cable. tc the NJppii JijL) TTOKIO, Japan. Jan. 23. -Because of his- failure to-effect a' consolidation of the electric lighting, plants. here and bring the entire system under munici pal control. Baron Y. SakatanTmayor of Tokio, has. resigned." . 5 CIVIL SERVICE BOARD-' ' ' FILL$: JOBS SATURDAY ; The ?preseat, civil eervlce- commission- will complete the execution of Its last coup Saturday, afternoon when appointments to several police depart ment positions ' will be made from those who passed, the. examinations held, Jh Mckinley high" school last night. ; ;-; v. ":" The examlaatlonswere for the se lection of six trafflcrofficers, four sui etatloa officers, one Russian interpreu er, one Portuguese . Interpreter, one Pflice officer,-; one. special officer for the detective department, one mount ed officer and one motorcycle officer, to a head' action will not beunlikely. ' . w"- 7 l ' ' C-Z JT9 better' in whc Jhey $ Municipal, 1 colleeon of - garbage tive.for their1 act Was the without expense to mdivlduaf citlzea. nt oVer the death of--0 ta.K&nr Knn.MAfixl '- hv nf avTif ' T Jin A I ... . ' is being considered tby , Maypr Land and may be acted upen scriotsly. ' . A complaint -. from '- the board" erf health filed with .the board of "super visora last night added to the value-of the proposal for municipal garbage collection..; The, healtH!, board stateo that "In certain cases collectors, ol garbage Vailed to .call . fcr refuse regu larly and frequently and, that under the present system perfect sanitation Is Impossible. : j;.;; '. . "I think. that a system, whereby, the city would collect' garbaf without charge to Individual . residents would be a great, benefit to this xity.T said Mayor Lane JlodayVi-iaQnca as It would . encourage - cleaner ; yards I and kitchens.-' thus betterfn "sanitarvlcbn- ditions.' i'the prep c sal caa be brought' . .Baron Sakatanl is personaSiy known to" a-number of Honolulil residents. He was particularly hospitable la h entertainment s of "the'. Hawaii party that tourfed the empire last "spring 'on a"aeml-cfficial peace missloa ' . ". . "'- ' o . . ' V-:;:'- AGED.XJOUPLE FOLLOW M JJOGI.AfJDJilS WIFE r IN HARIKIRhpEATH ' (Special cable to the Nippu'Jljt) ' TO K 0, Japan, Jah. 29. After writ- the. mo- fee reave- bunt and Countess Nogir an aged Japanese cou ple committed suicide in a-town iri the Ushfgorni district todays' Count Nogi nd his wife died by their own hands shortly after the-, death of :Emperor Mutauhito nearly two years ago. wFlsoh paysdelicate il - yi ilRiBUTE TO f.VKirJLEY Clare that a great cat? strophe threatem ;th3 Dual.! ";r:.r:l:y unless energetic measures are taken to ccn:crve tlio feci cu" plies and. place them in official hands. . ! ick William haa made the following statement to the Lzz : : : :.t : 1 Press" " '" " ':: t , -e 3-'-'vWe'are convinced that the day. will come f.hen IV: r. and France will find that; they are only .-rdcinj'rnji:d dlity .work. - We' expect of America -abcolutely-fair-play in ell : 4 . Bsrlin ;jOIiici.;Rdp ori Fen tiirol : : 3 ( BEllUiirmany; Jan. 29. German aeroplanes !:"tr.: made a -raid on, Juunlark and .dropped. jbomh3'cn't;i: . . provision depots. "JIxceptTIcT' miner enjajement: In 1 " .r. .'. thp remainder of the frcnt was inactive - , - ? , n Gci'maa'D-inIis SIiov; Gab h . , - - . . . -. . -. S-BEELiir; Germany, Jan. 23.The report cn cavl: -: T finances for" the past year shovrjLat the d:pc:it3 in I'll i:. creased $250,000,00 f f r' v: V ans bays-' -w eetom a'::. : J?iPARISr France, Jm 20.-Yc;tcrc!ay th;r? -.vcr: cr.i ! : and'minor enagcments-alcnj the cr.:r; : TA. P. by Fed. Wireless! . WASHINGTON,, a C, Jan. 23. President Wilson, wore a carnation In his lapel today In honor of the birth day of President McKinley. : - r RfllHum will Tti!h1t ot tha Pommo. " " V V- A H Att H 4 Pacific ;JEIxposition , jn. San Francisco. France will bear the entire" expense of PROMOTION COMnnEE-: ACTS 0U DELAY KJ MAIL :.--,- : "."-' '. The failure of the Oceania 'Stean- shipACompany to sign It3 ' cail con tracts and the orders received by. the local postofSce to-despatch no fur ther mall on 'the. vessels of that I.'ne were to be discussed at a neetirj rZ the- Promotloa Ccmn It t - ? th : 3 . a : t -noon' with a-: view' to rr.-.'..!r.T rr-o mendatloS'in tlj 'mttir for e...;;J eratica by the .Chamber cf Cc amerce. in compliance -w:t!i . :nstruct..-;n3 tr Honolulu pestofnea r .-rt xo r.;:i in TWZ12 ir :.L'F:r ... ri i l: :.i :.r t:.3.r- ts fcrc? w::tcr fr recrv!r t Fcrt 2:. ; t! -? r-rr- - i 7 l: .. - . - ; t: iv- the steamer :cm?-, .-which r the Inalnland 1-it n! - -n - '1,The l -?!2!:t!ve c Associate I C:.-. '! -. Sanfcrd C. Del 3 meet in Jr - r " ' er al bu.. ..... , ., ; .-:.. : cf for ..L a J. ..1 Belgium's representations. 'i,. Thursday c.:.