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Prom San Franelsoel
l.urlliir I'ctirunry 14
Par San Francisco!
Hlbcrhi IVIiniaiy 17
from Vancouver.
Mnrntim February 28
For Vancouver!
Mukurii Ie1runry 27
E V ENING . B'ULLMlN
3:30 EDITION
As An Advertising Medium Is WorthWhile Trying
ESTABLISHED 1882 No. 5160.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1912. 12 PAGES.
AS ADVERTISING IS TO EVERY
OTHER BUSINESS, 80 IT WILL DC
TO YOURS IF YOO USE THE DUL.
LETIN A3 A MEDIUM OF PUB.
LICITY.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
KUHIO HERE; SILENT
Delegate Kuhlo arrived this afternoon on the steamer Lurllne from the
Coast, coming from Washington on an announced mission to continue his
fight on Governor Frear. He was met by newspapermen, but declined to
make any statement whatever. "I have nothing to say now," wan hl reply
to requests for a statement. R, W. Shingle and Col. Sam Parker wont-out
to meet the steamer off port and at once met the Delegate.
HAWAIIAN CHINESE TO PROTEST YUAN
Brusselsl$i70,ooo for seacoast
Pact Now
Assured
Mr .1. R HnckfcM, head ir II.
Hackfcld & (V, has rccclvcil si
cablegram fnim Hrcineii, (lor
- many, slating that tliu Ilitisscls
4 contention, which controls Ihc
4 beet -sugar iiioilncllon of Kuropo,
4 will ho loncwcd for n fin titer hj
4 rloil of flo jcarB, and that the
4 Itusslati cmplio has boon enticed
4 cil inn.ono Umi im- year for 1 1 1 1
4 ami 1912 ami lim.noo tons later
4 on. This ineaiiH that Kiisslu's hii
4 gar o.port will bo nk.iIii lestrlct-
4 eel ntnl that tlio Kiirnpenn ov- 4
4 jMirta will bo held down cono- 4
4 spoiullngly, ami la of vllat ami
4 encouraging Importance to Ilu-
4 Willi's sugar prospects. 4
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Coastwise
Law Safe
Now
riOpOftril Suspension of lllO CO.lStWlU
Khlpplni; lawn to allow fori Ikii vcssils
to ukuuu In th IVijsl-to-lluwall pas
cugcr tnillU' has bicn prnb.iblj knock
d In tlii- head fur IIiIm session of ("on
gicss. uiijway, accoidlng to a I'oinimi
tilt lit ton tiom ijinrgo JloK .Mi'l'lclhin,
scirctnr to tlm Delegate, that Ii.ihIhi-ii
Miit to the 1'liniiilnT uf I'ouimi reo and
will be In Ut n ii I at a trustees' inciting
tills UftlTlllHIII
'I'll Im follows IniiiH'ill.iti 1 on tin' lit
tltudc of tliii cliuinlnr In wlthdriiwIiiK
its Mippmt of the plan to have the laws
(Continued on Page 2)
BATTERIES FOR HAWAII
(S'Clllj II II I I lit I II Cll.l...)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Fch. 14. One lumdrcd and sevenly thousands dollars is allowed
for seacoast batteries in Hawaii in the fortifications bill as reported out of committee to the
House. Two hundred and twenty-two thousand was requested in the hill originally.
1 C. S. ALBERT.
This illapaleli, In the opinion or IiIkIi I Wlillo JITOOiW wnul, of coiirho not The linpoitant thing Ii to liavo a
Army nHli-crs beie. ImllcaleK Hint .Mn- inter Ilu- 1iihI.iII.iI Imi id the complete! place lor aliiiniiiilllon which ran not bo
Jor (lenei.il Arllnir MmiaVs cct-tiL -liiiln of hi Merles. II would. nooi 1 In J exploded by n shell Tills will prnb
tli In Oaliu, ami his enilso aioiiinl less, ilu a good pill of Iho eiiKliitcinn ably ho aceonipllshed hv slniing the
uie ini.iiin on uie Laiiiorin.1 Willi All-, work. Tills iml. t s um oi'stnoi . s iimmtiu It on nm omrniiiiil. I am mil
iiilial Thomas, Ih aliouly pio'liiolitoi Included 111 Ibo iippiopilatlon
or roHiilts. After a n (h spent In c- "I haio not seen Ilio cMlinules of
nntiHiiiu stmtj of Ilio co.iHl-ilefoiiM' the prnpn-od work," said (lener.il Ma-
.1.
ray decided In recommend n chain of
niorlar ballorlcs to roiuplelely encir
cle Ilio Island. Iheli- zones of llro inter
secting ko that iiiij hostile thlp would
ho w Willi Iho in ( n ) in it 111 Lingo at 10,
riim jinds,
Icilos such aH nie planned for (Mini
eiiiiKl I'ldoiiso a III not leipilie lio.iv
ami ci'sll eiiiplnci'iiieulH. There iiu
no woihIh In which to conceal the mor
tals, bnl Ihc) cm hi hidden from
lcv h Band pits and embankments.
familiar with tho figures and esti
mates, but It would seem that this ap
propilatlou, If It Is to bo applied to
(lenctal Murray's plan. In for engi
neoiliiK work nlonc."
Another possllillll) Is that the $1711,-
niii) upptoptlated Is to complete tliu
mortar cuiilaceiueiits II ic coiitiol In
Htallallon ami scnichllghls at t'oit Ka
mehameha.
BULLETIN.
DEMAND UNITY
DIVISION
SURE
That Hawaii Is to bo a separate di
vision Instead of u department and
that troops nm to be rushed hero till -i
summer. Is tho news brought from tho
Coast by C. I'. Parsons, who arrived
on tho traiisimrt Shot man this niter
noon to become clerk at department
headquarters here.
Mr I'aiMins brings Information re
garded iik accurate that tho change in
to bo made about July, that the 11 III
Infantry Is under orders to come and
will follow (ho First on Ihc next boat.
that the Twenty-lirth will cnnio In Ju
Ij and tho Sixteenth In September.
It's Ihc biggest Army news head'
purlers here has received In a long
time
NEW PRESIDENT IS
CALLED A TRAITOR
NANKING, FEBRUARY II, 1912 840 A. M.).
CHINESE UNITED SOCIETY, HONOLULU!
EMPEROR ABDICATED. FEBRUARY 15 HAS BEEN SET ASIDE AS
A DAY TO CELEBRATE THE UNIFICATION OF CHINA. I'LLAat. NO
TIFY CHINESE OF HAWAII.
(SIGNED) WONG CHUNO WAI,
VICE-MINISTER FOREIGN AFFAIRS, REPUBLIC OF CHINA.
IN
"CUT OUT PERSONAL ISSUES" SAYS J. P. COOKE"
HAWAl;Leaders
KNAPP DISPOSES
OF THAT RUMOR
"V ", ,- . v it vj SI
HuiciB "-sja- jad&B&Mf PLaLaLaLaLaLal
"LET COMMISSIONER
DECIDE" Ea D. TENNEY
Iliilletln KiiKruvliiB,
J. P. Cooke, president of the newly formUd Taft League
spoke this morning in response to a request from the Bul
letin for a statement of his position as follows:
"I think tho nnn issnn nf thr r.nminn rnnvontinn ic thn
election of delegates to the National RepubPcan convention to
name a candidate for President. I believe all local nersonal
Arrested
I Ansnciiitril Prriii Cabin.)
SAN FRANCISCO, CU Fab. 14. At
a rciult of the Indianapolis grand jury
indictment!, thirty-nine arreitt have
i been made In nineteen cities of prom
inent labor leaders and others charged
with complicity In the union dynamit
ing plots.
President Ryan of the Structural Iron
and Bridge Workers' Union, eleven
business agents, four officials, mem
bers and former members of the ex
ecutive board of tho union, are under
arrest.
Charles I.. Kmipp, former member
of Coimrcss from Now Vcn It. Ib lint i
candidate for Collcclor of Customs In
Hawaii. '
Ho said so liluisolt, on li In urilval
this arternooii by Ilio steamer l.iilllun
from tho Coaat, Unix illKpoalm; of
whatever Horlnus consideration inlnlit
bo rIvoii tho mornliiK papoi's leltonu
eil reports that ho 111115 bo the man to
succeed Collector SUickablo.
"I'm horo for my I10.1III1, and I baxo
no Idea whatever of bclliK tlio collect
or, and certainly am not a candidal
..II. I .Ion. ..Midi II l.iI.1 lt K'll.ltiM
mill null 1- jiii.ii ii, fin,.,. ,,... 1. 1'. , . U 1 1 1 , it , ...
Ho IntomlH to mtiirn to tlio Coat IS3UU3 bllUlllU UU bUl ilblUU UIIU 1101 ailOWCU 10 CniCr llllO U1IS
on iho MuiHiim Bluntly. ' matter in any way whatsoever." '
Congrpusitt'ill Kaliu of California ih - - ,
ono of Knuiip's filemls ami has writ-, "" .Z .
ten to local pcnplo hhKIiik them In ev.- rl,t' i'i'l"-Tb of tlio Itepiiblluin foi- 'Iho (iovornor when iiicsllo.iod said
lend ovcry couitoy In him. Kalin !h ihoiuu iuiuihi luiiiiiiiuio caiieu on ,1lt ywy llt( j1st (ml(J p , llJk
HliilnrMtnriil tn lut n kiiniiin Int nf $4l:nlt- tltis ilninituip I tirmii tiiilnv Inil i.t.lion
nblo. iimTlt iloosu't look cry mud. as questioned as to the nfilu.o of their 1"l"tt',B "u,r '"' '''" '""I ,ll1. "IX"
If Kuhn knows unytlilng iibout 11 jkis- visit Htaled that llicio was iintlilni; tol,,". I'u '""I ""UiIiik to hay furthti
slblo collcctnrslilp for Mr. Knapp. glo out. as to tlm dclulls-of tho illsciissum.
K. II. Tcnncy, (.peaking tills iimrn
I111; uf tlie Inciil illlllriilllcs willi which
(lie President N noiv ilfiillnt; made the
fnllimliiL' slati'iui'iit:
"I think thai If Hie ri-ilileiit of Ihc
I'lillcil Males h III M'lid 11 I'oniiiiNnlnii-
cr here In IntcillKUti' ronilllliins ami
nil linrllch III auric In nlililc Ii) Ills
ili'clkliin, II will be the hrsl siiltillon
of Hie illilcrcnrcH bclwccn (,'incrnor
I'liar mill Hie llilcu'iile In ('nmircsi
unit Die illiYcrcnics In Hie lli'iiibllrmi
pari) Knmlin; nut uf II."
SAYS GOMPERS ET. AL
ARE NOT IMPLICATED
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 14 The
Department of Justice says that thera
.is no evidence to Implicate President
Gompers, Vice-President Mitchell or
Secretary Morrison of tho American
Federation of Labor in the dynamiting
cases.
NlHrliil Hull, tin P.ilil,..)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 14.
Labor Leaders O. A. Tveitmoe and
Clancy of this city have been Indicted
by the Indianapolis jury, but not arrested.
(Hp.H.'I'il null tin rMlil-.)
NANKING, China, Feb. 14. Dr. Sun Yat Sen and Icitlers of the now re
public have recommended Gen. Yuan Shib Kai for president. In a message
to the assembly Dr. Sun declares he doesn't want the presidency.
I'ow ci fill Chinese In Hawaii, men
cline to Dr. Hun Ynt Sen and his loin;
Ktruecln for ilu- freedom of China, are
pliiiinliiK a protest aK.ilnst the seatliiKl
of Yuan Hhlli Kill, tho Imiicrlnl leader
nnd former 1'reniler, us President of
the now Itepiibllc.
As told by tlio II ill lot In ' s ca
bles jciitiTilny, Yuan bis nsked Iho
Powers to rocoRiilio him as President
If 11 protest from Hawaii avails, ho
will not bo presented.
Yuan Is bitterly opiiosed hero. Ho
Is declared to. bo -u traitor at heart, .1
hypocrite, and a ilHnceroiis man to on
trust with the dcarly-liouRlit liberty of
tho now China.
Chinese Consul Chen ChlnR tin, who
wna uutlncd by cable Into cscrday
afternoon of Yuan's ascendancy and or
his own imsltlon here, said loda) that
ho Is hourly exacting ft cnhlcRrnm
from tho Chlneso Minister nt Wash
ington giving the attitude of tlio Pow
ers with rclcrenceVtn Yuan's requests
Tho llnuall Chliu) e, said 0110 of tliu
leading merchants uf Honolulu tlili
morning, will imcl some time this aft
crnnon ami discuss tho advlsahlllt) of
cabling to President Sun Ynt Sen and
Dr. W11 Ting I'nng to forward In Ilio
Powers piotest against the recognition
of Yuan Khlh Kai as the llrst Presi
dent of China. They urn of the opin
ion that should tho Powers recigiilre
Yuan as Pieslilcnt, the Chinese peo
ple In China and throughout tho world
will bo distiiitislled with his adminis
tration. C. IC Al, manage! of the City Milt
Company, Ltd., and 0110 of tho best-
known chlnero In Honolulu, said tlils(the Intercuts or the Chlneso In Chilli
morning: "I Inno ho coulldeuce Inland clhouhtro will br jeniirtllzoil
tunn Khili Kai. Ho Is n traitor ami (Continued on Pag 4)
Tho last of Ilio thousand four han
dled tons sugar is going Into Iho Amci
Ican ship Krhklnu M, Phelps today and
Unit vessel Is belloved will ho ready
for sou tomorrow. Tho Phelps Is des
tined for tlm cant coait of Iho I'nlled
KPites and will proceed around Iho
limn to Delawaro llreakwaler, tlieio
to await orduis concornlng her dostl
nation.
HERRICK GETS SUPPORT
AHKnclHtrd Picm f-Rhlf.,1
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 14. The
Senate committee on foreign relations
favors ex-Governor Myron T. Herrlck
of Ohio as ambassador to France.
Ba4a 'YaZTN
BatflLaBaBanBfleaLKSJIfi '
ataBaaaHiill '
WuTyfry' ill
MORE TROOPS COME
(Hprcl.il Ilu I let In Cublr.)
ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. 14 The Re
publican State central committee has
Indorsed Taft for reelection.
Presldi nt Taft may attend the din
ner of the Cliarltabln Irish Koelety of
H0M1111 next Kt Patrick's Pay,
H. . HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakea Streets
Iron Settees, Vases, Iron Fences, and Gates
.More troops for O.1I111 Not 11 new 11s jut Colonel lliiinlioiigh considers
ri'Klment, but the other half of 11 rigl- this Inl 10 1n.1t Ion aiilheiitle. Is vvldencuil
nifiit that has be 11 stationed here Mime 1 (tie fact tb.it lie has already put In
time ami that Is now to be brought to-'.i requisition lor quarters to accommo
gethrr us a lonerete orKunlr.ntuii In date the nlllei-ri and lino i"f tlje expect
llnu with the Wiir Di'p.irtiiK'iit's far- l liuttiiliou
reacliliiK pnllc of defeiidlng the stni- . Regimental hiiulqu.irli rs ami com
tegle key of the Paclllc panics I) i: and I". coinprlMng the sec-
The llrd li.ittallnn of the 1st I'lcld unit hnlliilinu. are now itatlpneil at
Artlllirj is soon to be sent here from Hehiilield llarrui Its Although the date
the Philippines, according to private of mriwil of the first battalion has not
uil Ices from Washington, received by , been di'lliiltelj announced, it Is be
Colonel ItumlioilKli, Its ciimmaudlngof-lleed tli.it the Held artillerymen will
Peer That although no ordirs urn out be heie within a few months
NEW STAR NOW IN FLAG , MEXICAN REBELS ACTIVE
(AsHnrlatcil Tress ITatil.l
WASHINGTON, D. C Feb. 14.
President Taft signed the Arizona
statehood bill at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. George W. P. Hunt was inaugur
ated governor of Phoenix with simple
ceremonies.
PARLIAMENT OPENS
(Associated Press Cable.)
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 14 Parliament
opened today with much ceremony.
(UperUI Ilu I let In Cable.)
MEXICO CITY, Men., Feb. 14 Tha
rebels are overruning Coabuila, Du-1
rango, Zacatecas and Guanajuato.
s 1 e
BAD WRECK ON G. N.
(Spit'lal Ilu I lit In Cablr )
DOYON, N. D Feb.-14 Two people
were fatally injured, fourteen seriously
and twenty slightly in a wreck of tha
(Great Northern Limited.
Let February 1 5th be PRIMO PALE DAY
Everybody please try our New Brew on Thursday
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