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1' ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5095. 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAYNOVEMBER 28, 1911. 12 PAGES! PRICE 5 CENTS. f
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The fleet is here. Coming up to port faster than was ex
pected, the cruisers under Rear-Admiral Thomas were off
port at 3 o'clock this afternoon and will be in port about 4
o'clock. Both the first and. second divisions have arrived
and the first will lead the second into nnrt b'v nnlv n short
time. A wireless message to Admiral Cowlcs ai1 1:30 o'clock $
was lunuweu nan an nuur imui waru uy uic sigunng oi uie .-
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FISHER SAYS HE'LL
RECOMMEND FREAR
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Rpeclnl Bulletin Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON', 1). C. Nov. 17.--Unlesii l'reildcnt Taft can be persuaded
In lln' contrary. Coventor Krear will b appointed for another til in.
Seorttury 1'lsher of the Interior Department hafc dellnltely decided li rec
iiiuiiifinl the reappointment of Mr. I'renr. He will make a report to that
elfeil whenever the matter In taken up for dhtpniillioii.
Tlio coiiclimloim of Secretary l'lihrr have evidently been founded on tho
communication neelvcd on thu Huhjeef Ho lian been III olllce but a abort
pirlod ui.il hiiotvsi little cf the aovcrnur'n work or capabilities.
A largo iiuiiiher of Ittlem have beui received by the Secretary of the In
lirlor requesting uuother term for t3oertior Knar. These, nre paid tu have
lomu from all ihwfceH of people In Hawaii.
It Is ild Inn d by Secretary I'lahir that the only niitaRonlntlc letter Is tint
iiiiiihiK from Delegate Kuhlo. Ilu feela that the prtpondeianco of popul-ir
xtiitlmeut In fuvoroble to the Governor.
While Secretary I'lnhcr diilaren t.iat he him not )ct mentioned the mat
lir to the 1'renldent, he tinnnimceH til Intuition to do o at thu first oppor
tunity Prom bin lomersatlon bo foeU eniilldent Mr Taft will accept his
lotiiiiieiidiitlnn and promptly ghe tioirnor Krear it renoinlimtlnn.
AMERICAN MARINES GO TO PEKING
(Six'clnl Hit lie tin Cable.)
8HANQHAI, China, Nov. 28. Rear-Admiral Murdock of the Ailotic fleet
is lending a detachment of marinea te Peking on the Saratoga.
PEKING, China, Nov, 28. The French troops here have been Increased to
1000 and Japanese to 1200.
PEKING, China, Nov. 28. Hanyang has been captured by the Imperial
Ms. Wticbang has' Capitulated, f
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, Nov. 23. Special messages from Nanking receiv
ed here say that 3500 regulars and 300 civilian volunteers have been killed In
bntllf.
M'NAMARA TRIAUS GEHING HOT
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LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 28. Detectives employed by the district attor
ney have arrested three men charged with attempting to bribe the McNamara
jurors. Bert Franklin, former deputy U. S. marshal, has been omployed as a
(.'elective for the defense. George Lookwood summoned the venire today.
White, former undereherlff, and Attorney Clarence Darrow, leading attor
ney for the defense, declared there was nothing to the story of attempted
bribery.
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CALIFORNIA WOMEN MAY SIT llI ASSEMBLY
(Rprclul tin He tin Cable.)
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Nov. 28. Two reapportionment bills have been In
troduced, and four providing that women may hold seats In the Ascombly.
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ITALIAN FIEND MURDERS WHOLE FAMILY
Special 1 il I I ! ill t'llilt )
LODI, N. J., Nov. 28. Gnappia Phsaia, an Italian storekeeper here, mur
dered his wife, mother, sister and twoic'iildren and then committed suicide.
FOUR BURNED TO DEATH ON CANADIAN FARM
NEW WESTMIN8TER, B. C, Nov. 28. Four have been burned to death
on the farm of the lieutenant-governor.
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FOREST FIRES ENDANGER CALIFORNIA TOWN
VENTUnA, Cal., Nov. 28. Tho forest fires in the mountains are near
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H. E. HENDRICK
Acting Agent
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
FIGHTING CRUISERS OF PACIFIC STEAM
ACROSS OCEAN FOR HAWAIIAN MANEUVERS
FIRST DIVISION LEADS
SECOND INTO PORT
REAR-ADMIRAL W. H. H. SOUTH ERLAND, COMMANDING SECOND DIVISION. FLAGSHIP CALIFORNIA.
REAR-ADMIRAL CHAUNCEV THOMAS, COMMANDING PACIF.IC FLEET.
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"The people of the Territory aid myself included have been look- 'i
ing forward with pleasure to the comlny of the float for a long time,
and extend a hearty welcome. ' t
"I am sure that everybody will do their utmost to give the officers '!
and men a good timr." Governor Trear.
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ThlrtKii Kiti will lixnn out :i D.tl-
ii'.n I roni the naval etallon at four
o clock thla aflcriioon when the I'.ct-
lie crulaer licet, in command of Hear
Admiral Cliaunccy TIioiuib Btuains
Into thu luibor, ciiiIIiir tlio loni; voy
ni?o from. 'ami l-ranrUco. Thu II ik
Dip Callfdmlu will r.'lnrn tic thlt
tec u Kim salute. i
At two o'clock thttt atlcrniKia t(m
iuthlp Callfmnhi wa! reiiiru,t Ji-ln
than fifty Hilton in imii un.l ex pec IB
lo 4j In iort beforo Iho o'clock.
Admiral CowIch wan In wlrchv-l
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that llio two crulfcrH will He off until
dawn tomorrow. '
'I bo California, Admiral Thomas'
llaKxlilp, will ho beillxd on the I'.wa
aide of tlm Alakea wharf, tnui tlio
Mur land iiinl Soulli Dikot.i accom
inoil.iloil ul tlio Port, and Navy
wharveB. Tho Colorado Ix to coal
first aLcordlnc to wlrcleB aJvlca,
ioT,l)o will to directly alougaido lot
thu Nnv( rU and Mart lllllni: her
bunk(rn tinfliriiwyAdinlrJRouttjcri" ;
laud haa e"iricif a itcsiro to (leup?
tlio Went VlrRlnla u( tl:v lort street
wharf, and IIiIh nrrJUKumctit has been
communication- with the fleet tliiy made.
morula:,', and incanj;en received at tlio' Jul haw long Hie flec will remain
naval atallon Informed tho ouimaiitl-
ant that the Ilrat iIIvIhIoii, Including
the cruisers California, Mat) laud nnd
South Dakota would be In xrt about
2 o'clock, while the Hecoiul dlvliiluii
cmmUtlng of tho Weat VItkIhIii, Ad
miral Soulhcrland'H llnm-til (i. and Iho
Colorado, would, ho oft port at I)
o'clock or iKMtdbly lalor. Thero Is a
chance of tho eciud dlvUlou coniliiR
Inside tonight, tint thu proliiihllll) t
hero beforo going out on maneuvers
la h'.III undecided. It li known that
Oeneral Murray In planning to ihdITu
a tour of Die O.iliu loant In tho llag
lili. In order to tiiko up .proSlonu of
defciiRo with the Niv but as liu li
hooked lo return to the Cm si by tlio
Wllhelmtiiu of Iho lith, it Ih i Alhlo
Unit thu California will xllp out Sai
nt day Tor thin voyagf Khe couhl coal
and be icady for tun b that day
WHO'S WHO ON FLEET
(lly AkhocIuIpiI I'Ii'sr.)
Tlio rotcr of tho oftlctra of the Mir-Cttpt C If.
Ifarlotr, iiiumiandlug;
loua vesin'l.i In u follow a.
Coinmundir-ln-cliU'f n ml Htntr of
Paelllc licet, uttaclicd tu U It. H.
Cnllfornlu Hear-Admlral Chaiinccy
ThomuH, conimandvr-ln-cblcf; Comdr,
Warren J. Terhune, chief of atnff;
Lleut.-Comdr William 1. l.ealiy, lleet
ordnance ottlcer; I. Unit -Comdr H I.
M. Major, fleet englniir; l.ieut A T.
lleauretturd, flag lieutenant; l'nslgn 1).
H II. Howard, flag mcnt-iry; Medical
ln)(ctor O. 1) Norton, lleet Hiircion;
I'uy Inxpecto.- T If. Illcks. lleet pay
master; MaJ C. S Hill, II H Murine
rurpa, licet iiuirlnn ollktr.
California.
OtlUcrs of the 1 fl H Callfornl i
l.ieut -Couidr It. H , DoiikIihh, incen
tive ollliir; l.leut.-ciimlr. W Mi Dun
(II. navigator; i.left I'miulr V. I.
IlrlgKH, llrnt lieutenant, l.ieut f. W.
StceN Jr., urdiiancu oillcer; l.ieut. II.
T. WlliKton. Bcnlor (engliieir olllcir;
1-1. ill T Wllhi ra.,r (junior grade) im
Kltnnt iimliuir; I'lialgiin J li Hlio.les.
I. M HleveiiH, It, '(' KUr.m, J M.
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J H Okie, II It. Dogjouh I' () Marnh
I'amiul Amt. Hurgcim A Aiigwlu,
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aits, MldKhlpmeii
bri-, M II Andtr-
S Hliuie llownril
Tho melody of. a band and tho wel
i onilng loot of hIiopk marked Iho up
earanco of (he now Inter Island
Sieiini Navlgulluu liner Kilaueu
through Iho channel uiu! Into llouu-
lulu luulior thla moiuliig As tho
wharf, li miming hIioiiI fi. m asBeinlileil
hunilieilM wan sent up, which vvaa ac
Kiiow lodged by Iho deep voiced vvhib
llo from Iho Kll vtiva.
Captain Wlllliim Precmau, llio d
iiriiu uuvlg'ilor with Iho liitur-lKlaud
uni iuiiikii mm iiiiiiiiiHK in iiiii'!iiu iiutiKio'l mill inu llllur-lKlilllU
brind now voetol tiearel iho Matsoioivlco wan on tho bridi;o and hu aet-
(led inlo a lierlli at Iho wharf hut u
few nilliuloi pant eight o'clock.
llefort1 tt gaiigwa) could bo fovver-
cd, union of peoillo climbed the
"Jacob's" ladder nnd weru noon
sw. inning over tho dcckR, Meriug Inlo
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