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HAWAIIAN r, GAZETTE; TUESDAY, JANUARY "20,"' 914.t SEMI-WEEKLY.
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General TaaamgJe AgtnX --I. C.
" Bmlth of Co..yrtio
Company Had Hot Beem Con.
tolted Over Traiuportatibn M
't -''rangemetiU, Bays No Iroobie
'"'Will Be Experienced Orer
: . Rates. '
.,., ' Inlictioi yesterday wr that the
' troopa 8chfleld Barrack a will not bf
c 4 luiked to in arc a from that pmt to llon
l41uli to take, part la. the, Mld-FaciAr
unj CaJ-Biyal ia Honolulu next raoQth. It
wm" glvflw out at armjr headquartarf
last" week that tho troop are to take
; '.';'i'ft In tho parade and that the wi
march from Bchofleld. to Uoaolulu, Tht
V it ia believed, la what W the eaniaJ
r' " ' 6m(riittee to auppose that negotiation
V, ',i''T with the Oahli Railway It hn& Com-
' larty for ronveylng the. troop to. Honor
' lulu had fallen through. -
., ''.:.. Dogiirty Bxpiaini '
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- t Diteetor Qaaerat Dougherty of the
' 'Mid-PaelSc Carnival, made it plaia yea
' terday that bia waa aa error. .' ,
, ., ,,,'',Ia : jnetice to, the Oabu Sailway
. Company who have u'nfortaaately bee
7 'rdnawn lift the controversy pertaining
' to the movlag of troop front 8choiel4
. v Darraek to Honolulu to take part, ia
the military parade and maneuver to
; :,l bo kel4 on Military Day of that week.'!
eaitl Dougherty yesterday. I 4eiM-tO
atatO'that the railroad eoatpaay waa BoA
approached: a to priee of the tranepor
. ,1 t tatioa of the oldir, or a to whether
'., they eoutd niovo them at all.- - The for
, presioa teem to prevail that the rail
. road, company , had aeked exorbitant
' : ratea for the number of men to bo traa
, , . ported, .and ia all fatraea to thefco eon
- , : . cerned it ia the desire, of th carnival
committee to put the railroad: eompany
. right ia the eyeo of the pubhio.", ,T,
..-. Newa hafTanaget 8miUv '
"t hi certainly wl aewa to the
t-Uahu Uailway Is Laad Company," aid
, . . V. V. fcniith, general passenger agent for
' in- the , company yesterday. : " Not until
, , ; this morning did I leara that a eonrmik
tee was supposed - to bo - negotiating
.. ' witn tno, railroad company to transport
Stn.i 4ha soldiers from. Bchoiielii llamwcks to
V)l . tftke part in the coming eclobratlon.
We have not been approached i th
. ' . matter, no on has asked us to make nay
.'.,' : a)HKbai Tat or other arrangement for
U-:-:, vtheNi transportation, - But thi doe not
moan. -that we do aot want this busk
i ; neHs," Our olunin t meet all emergen
., i eiee, to give filed service at all times,
' and we are ready at all time to go more
' ' 'r thua half, way in meeting) the require1
rnenta .of the public. : 1
VI will be. pleased to arrange with
..." Mr. Dougherty or any of tbo official
. havinff the carnival plana in charge to
,. i H-ovUIe transportation for the troop
. ..and have na doubt lit i rata aatinfae
, . .tory to all concerned wilt bo-tnado. -!
r Ample Traosportation FaclUtiea. '
f "In the ev'eBt of an emergency -w
have facilities for transporting, all th4
' troop at Hvhoflold to Honolulu within
very few hours. On thi occasion w
can provide comfortable ' aceomraoda
' ' lions for all the soldiers Who would rl14
to Honolulu and within, s). day could
':' "easily , bring 2300 or more mea here; to
1 taKe part lit the parade. V '"
'.: U W esUtnatod ht the two ' c6mf
panics of infantry at HchoBold coM
prise, moT than twenty-flvo ' hundred
iiionv' The I'onrth Cavalry and; , First
- Weld Artillery would necessarily march
., to Honolulu. ' .
It, ia believed that the Mid-Fcln
Curnivat'commlttea Will at one get
. lmy nd arrange for transportation for
. . , the loutber of the; two, regiment of
. infantry at toilphua. It' Is believe!
' that General Funston under whose dir
.. reetion the order directing the. troop
to march from thve post wa Usued, will
i . comtent to the change. ' It is ahjQ 'be
, ;lievod that Brigadier OeneTal Macomb,
... wba will assume, command of the Ha,
, waiuio l)opartment upon the departure
). of Ueneral Punston for Texas thin week,
. r.. ( ioulu give tho scheme his approval,.
V Soldlerg Wlllliu to. Marcli. , :
"The boys are not averse to narahia
to Honolulu.'! said an army oAlcer ye
terday; "Tbey are always glad te get
out in the fluid away from the routine
a . ,. and w.ith an opportunity for exercise of
k'nd, they d no got ia tb.ae,tjdtil
on' parade cronnda.! However,. a..nvrch
. , to Honolulu would brina . thetn : aero
duct covered, their uniforms soiled and
, with biit.a few hour to prepare to take
1 art In a liarado which la lntendio be
one . of the feature of ,'yout i coming.
; , 'Hi!ationr hv making toe trip m
train they would arrive here ia perfect
. rondition so far 'a their equipment-anu
'uintorm are conrerneo: art ready 'aua
1 '-' willing- to do they part toward, making
' -1hfl big parade a success.- Out sohliets
v wouit not he Americans ir tbey utU' not
V "take jrriile in their-persooalapearno
and when tbey ran carry. out; their pur
1; posoteo eiuily by making the tHp here
on a train tboy fel" that tbeV houhl
bo o I lowed to do so. Most- of thorn
would be willing to pay their own fare,
."' cven' ahould thik be nefefcary.
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. A OBfiM DESTBOYEB., ; - i
' Thfro 'la . no danger whatever from
.. lock itw or blood poiiMin resulting from
' a wound . when Chamberlain's J'aktt
Halur Is piomptly ap(lid. - It Is an
. - 'itutisvplLc.. ami .destroys lha '. germs
... which chuko these disoaseSil It aUO
' niiK;wouivils to hriil without niatnrn'
tion and In oue tliir.l tk" time ruquirl
k i r.il'ir afcwul trratnwktia For sale by all
,,,i iwi'om. .hhWrKJii fcnkith Co., aganta
Ka 3w;rU. .V,.,.' , - ;
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Tle'ei fiufferlnjt la Ltexaco Crow
in Horror--Appeai in Mama,.
of Humanity "felads. - ;
' "f-tarvaiion ha driven tie 'Turpil
Indians Moxicna rteona f the nn-
nr flimvUs tr A VernM-dtef Me t aa
nibaHsm. i ', ,
"Hnmaaflrsli hi bfug roasted ovr
mountain nnd rtetert tamp'fre ta 4avi
off tbo death that ia facing 10,000 men,
wom-n and children! . , ,. ''...-- j '.HV
,; f Mother a botclortni
Uil hi itM o ' i onkrarilyJ sU4 Iwl Jgi lm
solve, by suicide to Tret ihett Ayiftg
offaprtag. -J., i 'ri. I -A ,':- t
! "Strenft men ate" aUnghterihn" the
weak and the cwlnplen, battle-wosiMl
and deformed are, biihny potted by their
Own brnthnrs ami aistrr.' ' : ' '
'"ltuntr hfrs driven prartlcalrv" th
hol mwit'fatn n rtecett pemilMlon
lneaie IM whif men; tnHem4t thre
Are citing 'rftttbwnake awl wolves. ' .
rVdernt, Constitutionalist and guer
rilla ratds- hsve' wif(t the rnch coiin
rrr ehvin of fooJptnffa and the rnnikrs
who bar bee able. t eanaf.e the mas
ftere that hsa rweot the , prvrtbwintro
part of the State have nothing left."
Otto Roscher, twenty-seven year of
age. a civil engine, of No. 649 ftoirtl
Ppat'lding avenue, Chicago, who return
ed yesterdst. to. La nxelea w hj way
Etn after bnttliita; his way from s trick
en Slaalo, brought thi Wy' of death
am) . deeolntlon on Instruction from
Censul Hostctter of UenwonllUj, ho ctat-:
ed laif nljht,'. ,: . ' , ' ?' ' ".
5Pten to ChrfsUan " ' : '
::'Sche ttlngn plea to h phil
snthrople and charitable inMttutVeon nf
the world to take ioradiato action and
preveht cbntlnttod depredation against
V)Mn life tre, eti.U(tir food to the
tUe cake 4 Chriatiakkyv1' ho
say, "steps should be taken at once
to alleViat' the terrible, nufferrn of
the thonsoml who ore dying- 'at the
hand nf the starring- and: fcy hangar.
, 4 'Save h ha townn. whivh ata tae
tIcnHy Wl controlled by the Conetitn
t ions list and weeo focd"prices are ex
orbitKats, the wbel of tanpet ftinotoa
a within- th tarwatin twit--'
'fWlurra ten rcnehea nra earxumtered,
nine nru'ebandotied and th only means
nf- procarin food front tha tenth' i"nti
tha point rune or, when nght ia 4
fered, bj Hjing tha-tenaHha. af the
property. .. .' :
'v : Bketetdtti 'litter traUt;'',
'Faeletor. Utter the traila thfongli
tba JHonstaini sn4 vek tho deserts ana
the scattered, dk;d hone, nharsed a4
niaeuenvl, feu tna tale of cannibalism.
' "The "peone the interior kr riii.
MeHv ape-men aid the resurta of the
war- have, driven theia to the 4tpth of
degradation. . '. . , ,-. i ;
"f)ne day, Investiimtors will eeme
po a hat whh a dewb ehlldreh hild
knipr-mad parenaa: the. neat lrt tha
tlMblten. are ptw, th,parnta i'nsannt,
but fed, and, tiny nkelatona f6vr the
and.-.1', l -.(.;.. vi
Horses and burros hav' hW altiea
bean siaugNteroi ta Ubfy ' tho want
or cna arnrvuig and of all the -rieo
ranch laud, on caaaot find a saqarn
mile of corn. ' .. ' '- . ( '.
, i .Mi.'. 'M0iai Kill T0f.:-'V :v.f-
VOa- a hnndrart knlometeM fiwtw eav
Sienlea tow and- tbo evidence t the
rsiasrropme eonuilon are njw oa
vary trail, at every deserted ranch, by
vera. camp !m . and naak averw adobe
saara. " .'1".'t p. . j; ;
"EiUton baa became a mattae 4f
hours.' tWarties 1m Mexican battW
r h inlniteaimal consideration in
comparison to the deaths by atarvation,"
utnrde and aakid4iu .ntoib in tha
last, reeorti. . r- - v. A .-,
'"JifXicah mothers." who!' bear' hn.
dren o tha trait as a wild' awimnhdoi
easprttir, 're prone ta hettsve that
self - jr sw vatloo U ha-first law of na
ture, and they kill their, young nine
timer ont of ten ' befor turning the
knives upon thoaiseWea. ' m, '"
: 't'oiwUtfon la tha warfamoa towns
and -village nra, of eoarn, not so ban
nd ta American and European pub.
He heart! only of life and batth thera
they get littl ei a information of the
terror- of plsga ' that -1 ; hoallng tan
eoantryaiila iji it graept
: "And moat of the MoJtlcuns live' In
the mouniala and ei the deceit; Where,
ror aeaeurtei. naf navaHaea tiso4v ta
ubsijrtig as beet they could and tha
majority of ainata'aavo hvei seen even
S Tight Oft.fiaatfc' . i .'.;?.
Roefber,' who :went into thc-roterrbr
of iinato!i. with fear otter American
engineer. in. October froepotyi," rna
chased1 a Aauarta claim from peons for
40 and three Winchester rlrfes. whlfh
hit Worth a much there an the cash he
prepared. . Rnio&ei retain ftva Wi
Chester and ve Colt 43 'n.
' After gotting thr fennvth;fri4ii
turrounded the Americans ' amn nnd
attempted to kill them, tHr B0 W th
engineer waa awake, on guard, and be
gave ine warm Whiea renuitst ta
pitched battle, tb death of three-o
the Teoha and tha Amorlcant ftiirKt. '
After twenty-five daye' flight aro
the ; deoert : and mountain, ywlth no
food napplies; bsto ktray- burros, hn
oocaaionsti iej, tattlesnaMs , and -what
corn they tireonred kr" foroa ol arm
from adot e hut aauattcrsj tlwy reaohfjd
4ujiicoi on ne vexicyn i'avlne. . T' I
w AfooK' the HHrtv" walked-180-'kilo
meteea ta HcrmtwlUa, whore they
give iwpqr V tna Amet,iea4 Consul
-t . sat Rattlafaakea. h us
i In, OatllUS tkn .aatllesnikkeav I nock
of,' Woecber .nuy "wa rut th head
off ntiout f ur iuebe- bach 'add tut the
tails off. ahfliih tba aam. Jwtance, "We
put tb mean an iplti U Wada goad
steaka to hunirrv inert ',. . i : i
'. burro -flush U too; tough, hut it w4
air wc cnnid get, vt eiyen arcgoad aniy
B' BttU sweet, aotnethida Mke aenlaon,
Vhnt. W fir eating,, txvt the nnhta aloes
is uaiiNeating, iliit we would' have eat
en nn.vthing, '... i . ,. ; i
Rattlesnake' stak;; haa ' them all
beat : iti' plentiful and good. The' Mex
T5V TH'i's i.i.I T.IT-;
Mrtytf No.li fiobri Attorney
. With Soft Answr aid Win
.V-'-v-Ker Case. ' .
. ' .Willi, the- ratsimg f h curtain on
th ,Tha .Trouble . f. the
Doyhsa.'i'' la.Jttdg. Mouiarrat' court-
f,WM,i nfternoea tha a B. 0.
'-iW iWN tJwhml an, ihn. do,, for the
in rourirooro wit crowded from
want watt with .those; anxitxi ta oe
Mk show. t : I
; j rnng tha were Jon Dnylnk Mrs.
FttfgJtson, -Mn. beyla Nov I, Km,. Dy)e
:.". '.4,: t vyonthfun, barrister- named
,0.'Pt-ien, A C, Athiord (reneesentlntf
tha v plaintiffs), Jitdo Menoartat and
tataara.Vj. Vi H . - . ' j
, Owing to. the many legal tanglea left
. iwna elnV fion' tha nuit , an. Fet
guan againnt. oa Deal for, the return
ei brir-a-brae, thU- oase wa ihe trnt
upon which tbo curtain arose.: . I
After listening to the stortea from,
roth s'des, the judge pondered over his
IhW. tKjiyt for reral , momenta, and
then told Joa ta rekttra tha good tb
Mrv ferguson.. ! " ' --' ; : -V "
. .During thU tiU Mr.' Doyle Vo. I
waa called to the ntaml, but I ttht evi
dence wa-gained from her owing to
the fart, that she took refuge behind
tna tkma-wasa reply, "i decline to a
twer. v,,v -v ,- ;-;-.i.-.-rvl:-.- ,
.' It waV yery 'Bica' of Dtryle'll latei
wile to bebava thW way-, bat H did
Joe an good, fon the critic decided
that he had put an a very poor acW
"After a few."momnta Intormlwioit,
dnrlng Which the - to! by: thinned ' out
and the eoartroofn Wm more crowd)
ed with thinhenra on ef a job, tinhorn
gamwerjw pars nepers off duty, a few
lawyRflj and the usnaT raft of th urt
amplo.Ved, th4 enrtain again went up
thin timo to preeent Mra Doylo No.
Ca an endeavor ta secwa the netarn of
oue planolni reveral, rolln of musi had
Indian mat, wftlch Mrs. Dovl No
a htlmed wa nnlawfalty in- the
orseW of' Doric, ' .'::.'.: t. .
' Tb ladr in taking Jtbo stand t"t'oa
trat Doyts bad taken her to a music
ttorc" in Prattle and teld her in the re
snee bf the cieik that ha waa making
her a birthdav vrecent nf a rHanara.
Wl'Ue Mrs, Doykt No., wn an the
staifd Mr. O'Brien,-who Van associ
ate of K, iT. IVtem. rose 'mklesticallv
from h'n seat ami with a flourish of
bl haadn. as ha akuad nf tin wUansa.
'So Mr. Dovla gave vou thii blannla
a- your tirtkdav, did het' .
'Yii,, Wr, rnaekly tiawered the
"Whea'waa' vnu'r liirlh.vt ' ihn.
rJeteVT,ttKeM ydartg tiarrlstcr,'" 'ho ! laid
hie handn ncross his breast.
M -the thirtieth rtar of ft.nt.in.
boV answer! Mra PoyU No. in
a nnpfah' nianner.: -': . . . ; :
VA"d nhw tell nn in what aenr:V
gain thundered the man of law. i
- w y ' rvery yekr ' aweotlv an.
3werod) tha witness, . - ;
j Thu'nlrdna applaase" followed thi
brilliancy of speech on the part of the
lawyer ami reply 61 tee witness, nnd
tha haiiif Worn nut hie, Hrallot calling
far silenea:- H .,"
When qnitot wan- agal In the air th
ram wont .along dreamily- for another
nnu sour, and taoa tho judge, fonnd
a,, verdict, fpr the pUintii, otherwise
Jtrk Doyle Uo', -; " ':.' . ,
Thew- the ehanffeu'r, eeperf bud
others left the courtroom, for the come!
0y . waa o-rrr. Jn. the meantime Mr.
O'Brien, took the usual axceptleu and
BE SEEH Oil STREETS
With five of th ear now ready for
service- at 3ckamo ' giro and seven
mora dno today In tha steamer: Wilhe
mi on front the ,mainlaad, tha 'White
Line Tnle&H Company wilt be ready to
eatc-r. tos h Pbjicj tn the, automobile
Ijne WitHa, .few daya
a- The, cam, .which nra Ford, miky are
Welt and atrongry ballt; fainted blatlt,
with - light "gray' wheels, and' niaka a
handsome apvearaace; while nnder'way,
They are built with an enclosed ' st
fori th driver? independent! fr6m the
rear section, which is so -constructed
that ' it cn tin' ettaer- cloned or left
opn, M tho aecitpant may deeitc. .' '
'.Those nQw.lit the hnndfof thaSebu
inau . -Carriage ,' CbM&any. were given
trial "spins yesterday arternoea.
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jMayot''J.'Ji:,FicrW,has been III at hi
bom mace Saturday. Th. information
given wit at hi office yesterday lndi
cuted that he might not be ablq to be
preaent at the meeting of the board of
uporvfsorn tonlabt. ' . f
ic'nn fry them under the desert sun
after siloing them opeo. Btlt we prc
f erred ta put them, -over a ne.-.. '
"l,;At Fsjierart We were, arreafed by
Constitutionalism ' for eresninjf -' from
i'bdor! ijtta Conrtittttloaaliat territory
amfc being nrmc.t, we were held and
thrown in, ail,' rvheto wo rnmuJned 't
tcen days,, The guards got 'drunk one
nighb and we simply walked ut of tho
jail, taking their, gun, W hit, back
the. kjJI again and thea. rnada our
way ha HermoslUo. ' " ; '': M
ht ost-her hki several thousand, dollars
in geht When he wsot Into Mexico In
October, 4. The lveboroV nia-burro- out
)ntluaing gnus, nqiuiuultiow artd
grubstake, thi .cost of the qurt claim
knd incidental expense, siich at guide
Und servants; Sepleted hi funds and he
insWaiHsd romlttam?a front Chicago,. !
, ' Bo'Clu'lr lutends, to, return temporarily
to v'n'cago, enn.Nt force or men and
then go back to ninaloa to regain con
trol' pf , and develop hi gold v property. I
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ft I'OTE TO SEilD
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Hawaiian Volcano kesewen Aado-
; ciitlori affiei" ' Resolutlo'nif In
, doriBi Expedition To Aid fci-
rentigitioa of Calamity' iii'ia
pan; Doctor Jag-ar Delegated
, to Lmlt for Scene- on Bteamorl
Korea Tomorrow. 1
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Tho Hawaiian Vokano HesearcV Aa
oclatioa at a meeting held yettetday
passed resofntion asking Its dirocter,
Dr. .Thomaa A Jaggar, Jr., to proceed
at once to Kegoehima and tho scenes
of th other volcano disaster In Japan
and render every aid la hi power to
the Imperial Earthquake -. Investiga
tion Commttteo in ite iaveatltiona.-.
Tha .meeting yesterday- waa attend
ed by Clarence U. Cooke, A. F. Judd,
A. Lewi, Jr4 R. W. Bhingle, Professor
Jnggar, Howard Ballou and L. A.
Thurston. It was held at tha tint
versity dnb beginning ac noon. '
Following 1 a copy of the reaein
tions adopted, together with the,er
tiflcatloa of Clarence H. Cooke, presi
dent of tho Hawaiian, Volcano ltesearcb
V Eeeolutlona Adopted.
" Whereas, The recent eruption of the
volcano of 8a k or a In the Kmpire of
J-apcn, Involving great lose of lif and
nepVrty. i of such ' a character - as
should be Scientifically' investigated
and definite data concerning the same
encored and ' reliable record made
thereof, with a view, ultimately, to de
vising way and meana of minimizing
the danger incident to volctplo, activ
ity; -' ; ,--
And Whoreaa, A largo jperccntagn of
the residents of this Territory are sub
ject, of the Empira of Japan, and it
ia 'hppropriate, both from a cientifle
standpoint nnd a showing tba friendly
intereat whlen the people or Hawaii
feel toward their nearest neighbor
the west,, that this association should
offef to assist th Imperial Earthquake
Investigation Committee of Japan ' In
the Work above set forth j S
, New Therefore We it Keaolvl, That
the Hawaiian yolcano Research Aasor
clation.hcrchy rcioueats Ua Direc.tQt, Dr.
Thomas A'JKi(ar, Jr., .to. proceed ast
soon a pmsticabla to t scone of sM
ruptlon, there ta offer his services in
connection. With the work ' Aforesaid,
and cooperate with and nssisli the said
committee and such others as may be
engaged in such work, making such in
vestigation , nnd securing' suck . maps,
photographs and other data and infor
mation concerning th said eruption
and any matters, incidental thereto as
ho may thiuk proper. , : ', V ,'..
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Ti Whom It May ConVeth: ;f) Clar-
enea H, Cooke. President of the Ha
waiian Volcano Research. Association,
do hereby certify that the foregoing hi
a true and correct copy of a resolution
iuly adopted by the Board of Director
f tb Hawaiian Volcano Research As
sociation, at Honolulu, this Jftth day of
January,. 1W4, . '
CLAHEJVCR H. COOKE,
President, Hawaiian Vorcano Bceearch
Aasociatloa. , .!....,
' ',"-. ,' Iave 'On. Korea.
' ; PteicHser Jaggar pointed out the op
portunity for rendering valuable assist
ance to those now engaged in investi
gating the Japanese calamity express-
raa his witlingnes t nutke the trip to
am ta tnenaj cartnquk . invent
gatiw Committee.'. , '
Th necessity of the association send
lng.h representative,, leaving aside the
fact that volcano reeearch work Is of
great inuiortanee to. these Islands, was
pointed out.'. It is understood that the
Onancing of the' expedition has, been
assured by th Hawaiian Vekta no Be-
starch Association and otaern wha rea
lrze th importaaee , of; tavostigation
along those lines.'..', " ' " ' V ' '..'
Profossor, Jarnar,'' Kke "a soldier.
chine from the Vokano on Hawaii pre
pared at once ta start' on hi trip, to
Japan. 11 will l-av for Kogaxhima
on tn ateamoc. Korea sailing from JIo
nolulu tomorrow,,: , ,
Governor Pinkbaaa gave 'official en
dorsement to the expedition yesterday
by presenting Doctor Jaggar with an
oraciai tetter and credentials,
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AID IS SCORNED BT
; ' :., .. BTMKINO MINERS
HOUGHTON, Michigan, January Ik
( By Associated Pros' Cable) The
( alubiet Iieflef committees organised to
relieve the famillea of th masv neo-
ple killed in the fir at the Chmtmas
tve entertainment, ha disbanded ani
returned the $30,000 .collected 1 roin the
minora ana. otter sources. Tiie miners
stood firm in their refusal 't accent
outside aid. It wa in connection, with
this Attitude that" Chtrles Mover, head
of the Western Fedoration; of Miner,
Whc mobbtd'ahd deported from the
crty. He aras alleged to hav declared
that a strikebreaker started the Christ
ma Eva paniui. ;. i .;,'.'-
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, FICQUART IS DEAD.
AMIEN8, Pk-urdy, Frartie,' January
l9.-(B.r Associated Presa t'aHle)-C',n.
Marie, Qeorge PiccDart, once' a world
famous figure ' sa a leading Witness
aeainst Dreyturs, dietl hero today, vile
was the'coinmiiuUr of tit Kecond Army
lrp nnd. discoverAl . the forgeries
which flrxt condenuied Dreyfiiea to Dev
il 'a' Island and subsequently liberated
him.- . . .
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, By Vera
Friday, January 16,
San . Francisco Arrived, Jan. 16. 6
a. m, H 8. Sierra, hence Jan. lft" !
aa rYaneiao Arrived, Jnn. 18
a: r., 8. a. i'hiye Mam. hence Jan. 10.
8aa Francisco aailed. Jan. I V arhr.
Defender, for liana. , , . ,
'' Jionolaln. : ; :
v ' Saturdnv. Jan. 17.
Arrlvals-8. 8. Forerlc from Newcastle:
Aerograma. . ;-v.L"-..';;
B. 6. Sonoma nrrlve from Ban Fran
cisco, Monday, p. ni. ' , '. ' ."' 1
, . Wiihelmina arrive from Ban
Francisco, Tuesday, a.' m. . ' ;,-':
H. B. China arrive from Yokohama,
Tuesday, ? a. m. , , i
. Monday, January 19. '
Yokohkma Bailed, r Jan. , IT, 8. ' 8.
Manrhnria, for Honolulu.1 -,;r -
PORT OF. HONOLULU.
. .- Baturday, Jan. IT. '
8tr. Forertc,' f rom , Newcastle; li30
p. m. .. . '
cnr. Htratbanlle, from Newcastle, 4
,'. s . '-
Btr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai, 2:50
p. m. ; ' ;
Mauna Kea, from JIilo, 6:J0 a. m.
Noean, from Kauai,' 0:4.1 a, tn. '
.. Sunday, January 18. -j
Btr. Mikakala, from Maui, S a. m. ,
btr., Kinnu, from Kauai, s:40 a. m.
Btr. Maul, from Mahukona, 10:15
a. m.' " .-; ': v .'-': ' ,
Btr. Lit rl ine, from Maul, 1:33 am.
Btr. Manna Loa, from Maui, Satur
day, midnight. .: 1 '
U. 8. L. H. 8. Kukul. from Maul and
Molokal, l:ll$.a. m.' :
Monday, January 1.
Str, Bonoma ' from San Francisco,
n. ' , ..,.'.-' ..''
Bark R. P, Hithct, from Ban Frfcn-
ciaco, 9:15 a, ak .- - ...
v Jtr.,lake)ikJfrorn Kauaiy O:30 a m.
. v .-.' , , DEPABTEQ. vW-.
. i 5-, -.rjiyt January la.' '
Btr. Kilauett for Kona and Kan
porta, 12:43. p. m. en Manna Loa run.
Btr. Mauna. .Ua for Maul 3 p. au
on Claudine run. .
Bchr. Falls of Clyde for, Monterey,
4:13 p. m. .v
Btr. Mauna rUia, ror llilo, 3 p. m. ':
' Btr, Noeaufor Kauai, 4 p. m.
. Btr. Manna Loa for Kahului, Maui,
3 p.- in.
Btr. W, 0. Hall for Kauai, 5 p. m.
Btr. Maui for Kauai, 5 p. m. .
.. ' "PASSENtJEEA. .' .' ' ;. ',.''.
;r:. " ' ARlTd. . '.'
Per atr. Manna Loa; from Kahului,
January 16. H. Muller, A. Nunes, M
fsunes, a. rounu, a. rwiDt, i. non,
Brnner, Mrs. J. H. Abreu, Misa M,
Perry,. T. J. Ihttro. i. K. Mossraan, .
Qulnn. J. C. Cannon, J.'B. Schmidt, E1
Anderson, H. A. Baldwin, U. T. Drake,
O. T. Barltoy, H. Earhart, T. V. King,
V. 1. Jame. i . '
Per str. Mauna.. Kea,-. . from llilo,
January IT. Admiral O. T. Moore,
Mrs. J. B. Qrabam, Major Peuu, Liuut.
C. Lyman and wife, Lieut, A. L. Bump,
W.-K. Fellow and wifey Mrs. Moo Re,
A. Uierachu. H. baxL J. In McBurnie
arid Wife, A. GartenbergJ U. Liisson,
h. reiser, v. Keyes and wife, v. K.
Meuger, Prof. T. A. Jaggar, K. T.
Forrest, Bam Parker, Jr., J. C. Curti,
F.L. Uoringer, K. C,-Btackable, a De
Freest, J as. K. Kalama, S. iMielen, B.
Forrest, Officer D. Kauhl nnd prisoner.
From. Mahukona A, ; Mason, Mrs. At
kin Wight, Miss L K. Lane, P. Q
KiWy,. Bugai, ' From Kawaibae Mr
Boreuson, O. Borenaoa and wife, IL
Akona, John H. Wise, Mr. Kaeo, Sjbi
ter' Kaeo. From McGregor's Mrs. C
Keroaa. ' From Lahalna E. Brecht, J
H. Kuncwa, 8. K. . Mookial, K. Yash
hlra. Mis J. Kuama. .
: Per str, Mikahala, from Maul, Jas
narr 18. H. McCubbin, D. O. Voger.
- Per atr. Kinau, from. Kauai, January
18. P. Domingo, Mia B. K. Ching, Mr,
and Mr. J. Itawlina, hi. Nnnes,' A. T.
Anderson, Wm. Pollock, Sam Woods, I
Christensen, Miss Q. Fukuahima, T
Bchriildt, Irin 'Ouoiison,, M'. yM,'
FehWndci ,' ''Wfes' 'TeWihodez;' M kstcr
Fernamkea, Mrs. ,U Kcahi,' . Geo. Hum
phrey, W. Zeis, a H. Gere," W. I
Shaw, 'F. A. Alefander, Geo. Cremer,
M. Weibke. Mr. A, TC. P., Akina, Mr
Pritckard, Mra. Kaohimaunu, Misa E.
H. Wih ox, A. B, Wilcox, G. N. Wilcox
Te S, 8. Bonoma, January 19, Mrs,
M. B. Bradford, Krnest D. Claubaugh,
T. 0. Condon, Col. A. Coyne; Mrs. Doug
lasa B. Crime, .1. B. ! Long, Christlau
De Wiin. Car U Duckworth. It.
Hare, John Hawks. Mra. P. Helms, Mas
ter Win, '. Helms, Thos. M. Huntington
Mis A, Jakol s, A. U. A roll, Mrs. ild
A. Kroll. Arthur ' Lnckmait, , Mrs.
ljtUj Mrs. B. Lyou, II. Morgan, Miss
8: A. morgan, Mrs. C. E. Morgan, Mrs.
M. J.- Morgan, Mrs. -M. Melsndrez
Mr. and Mra, A, M. Morganthaler, J, B,
Meyers. Mrs. J. MoAiee, Miss Mario
Mclstvre. Hull , McClaugliry, Mr. and
Mrs. M. F. McCarthy, Miss Helen Mc
(Earthy, Master Maitland McCarthy
Master -Dalton McCarthy, Mr. Ida K,
I oteruian, J, II, lUdke, .lr., Mrs,
Hchuiin, Mr. nuil Mrs.. Wilfnrd Khore,
Master Wtmilull Shore, Mrs. Isobel
Btrong, Geo. D. BhieMs, Mr. M
Thompson) Mr.' and;. M.r.'. John "Vert,
Captain Von Helms, H. M. Walt, Mr.
and Mra F. P. Walsh, . W. A. Wvest,
Mis fcthel B. Wilkle, Mrs.'-Kftie Voung,
Mm. Ony W. "i"onng, C. E. Young, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. H. Bndke, T, Andyar, Al
bert Demldof, Jos. Flores, - Mrs. Jos.
Flores. Frank Flores, Mrs. Frank Flores,
Mir Mary Flores, Miss Canney llorcs,
Henry Iewi, .John Yt. Iwis, Paul
Pouliett, ,Q. C. Sharp, H, E. Bmith, Y.
Tanagtwa, E. Woodward. Arteml Vove
leff. . ' '
. Departed." -Per
tr. Kllauea, for Koha and Kan
pblnt on Hawaii, Jammry jP., p.
Wand; t. E, Conant, Kaymond ('enant,
David Sherwood, J, VjfirU, Mrs. J.
A.' Magoon and maid, John Carroll, T.
O'Brien, ft. W. Mnnnnhee, Mr. and
Mr. C. Nauome, 8. Tsuda, Mr. Knight,
.Geo. P. Cooke, Mr. Apana, Mr. Ka
boht, Carman Apaha, Mr. Jamea Lino,
Mnrguerite 1.1 no, Theodore Uno, Mrs.
K. K. Ala, Mra Akonn, Mi O. Atn,
Mis Muller, R. Colcmaft. '
'IVr fl. 8. 8,ioma, for Bydney about
rt,ili,V ...... in Vf xi ui
".u.ni; . ... win .n, mmrv
ton, L. Fisher,1 W. Armon, E. Armon,
Mis a Dnffy. II. Schumacher, O. Mo
berth and At Johnson. . . ;i
(Continued from page ona)
thin mggeaMon,' and I thanh you for
your letter.' With kindest regard, I
am, very sincerely yours,- - -
,; JUSKriiUS JJANIELB.'
Xik th 'Amount, " ;'
"About 1.2.10.000 was sneht on the
Pearl Harbor drydock before iU base
bnokleh A th original appropria
tion was 13,600,000, there in left in the
fund 82,250,0000, or 8250,0m more than
the sum which the Union Iron Works
haa Igured on expending on a new
drydock at Hunter's Point capacious
cnouga to accommodate th largest
vessel that can come through th Pa
nama Canal. 1 ' ,
Th foundation of th Penrl TTnr.
bor drydock failed on February IT last
through tho bursting ef a huge cais
son and the subsequent forcing up
ward of th floor of the dock. Tne
cause of the failure i ascribed to the
poor bottom on which the foundations
were laid. ' The ground la said to be
an unstable formation of coral, lava
ana and. -
Prospect ar said to be briicht for
favorable consideration bv congress ef
Secretary Daniels application for per-
nunaioa te -enter into an agreement
with th Union Iron Works fer a big
drydock at Hunter' Point an consid
eration of a guarantee of not less than
50,0K) worth of governme business
annually for six years. , :A A
4 This proposition wa approved by
both Becretary Meyer and Beoretary
Paniela. It ia new in th hands of th
house naval committee, which ia said
to favor It. The department ia strong
ly behind it as a means of meeting the
present aeceasityy irrespective of what
may p don toward building tho gov
ernment' own drydock in San Fran-
else harbor. ' ;" ' ,' ',. '
Th Union Iron Work .' proposed
this plan to Becretary Meyer fifteen
month ago. It waa submitted to the
l:st congress, but failed in th con
flict over the -number ef battleships to
bfr built." The iron 'Work offered to
build at Hunter" Point a third flock
capable of handling' the largest battle
ship, oa consideration of the govern
ment' guarantee to use It for-, six
years. ' : It agreed to allow the govern
ment to use ita Own, men and appar
atus ther as far as possible and to
stipulata a rat for other labor ami
material supplied by' the Union Iron
Works. ;. r - -- ;
"President John A.' McGregor said
tha dock would coat 82,uou,uoo, and
pointed out ' that the government 's
guarante would amount to one-half
the Interest at Ave per cent on the In
vestment. Tho navy's docking bust.
aean hero la figured to exceed 830,000
yearly.-. . , . "
" W made thi proposition to as
sist the government,' said PresldtMit
McUregor. 'The two dorks wo nave
now arc sufficient for th -commercial
need of the port for some Vears, and
unlets -th naval department will use
th new dock we will not build it until
the commercial need demands it. ' We
had hoped that congress would net 6a
tha mutter aooa euoug so that we
might have the dock completed by the
exposition, year; The government 1s
always reluctant to sen a; nattiesmpe
her because of the lack of docking
facilities, nnd I fear that foreign gov
ornnrenta will bo moved by tne same
consideration when it cornea to tending
their battleship here In 1915. Two
year ara needed for construction,
it cannot now ha built in tint for the
expoaition.'-i . .'. "",'.
.. Not Government Schema
'Thir proposition is, of course, en
tirelv independent of present move
ments to build a government aryuoca
in Ban TVaneisc bny. ' Becretary uan
lei figures that th tvy. naeda the
use of a dock, her in the interim that
must elapse before congresr-can make
appropriations and a Uryuor can ne
built. By that time, tae union iron
Worka thinks the eommeroial neees-
title of tb port will be. sufficient to
keep tho proiosea Wg aryaovn ousy.
WABinNGTO', 'January 2tl. (By
Associated -Press Cable)! be Army
Anpropsuitioa Kill, now being prepnrwl
will, it is announced here, contain
clause proVjdiag fot the manufacture
nf all munitions of war by tbe United
StatAs troverament. This action, it is
believed, I being taken as a result o
the rwort Of Geueral Wood. In whirl
it is pointed out that the United States
Army and Navy have comparatively
mall supplies of amaiuuition ou ha.n.1,
bimI In tha event oA a cauiiiaign would
not have sutliclciit to last through
protractd- campnigh. v ' '" -"
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LORD STEATHOONA DYING,
UiXDON. January 19. (By Assoc!
ated l'rvna Cable) Iiir.l Btra'hcona it
sinking under a severe attack of the
urippe. lie lias been suk for four day
and his advanced age, ninety-four year
make bis condition precarious, '
Honolulu Stock Exchan
. Monday, Jannary 19, loi.
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B, M. Co., 02, 10, 15, 15.00 ,.
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81.T5J Hon, H. A M. Co., 25, 6, 15.25.
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HAY BE ; r
FIRST TO MEXICO
(Continued from Paga One.)
May, hii hculth - is poor nnd it is
doubtful if ha will begin hi duties
for some mouth to com.
Major General Carter, whom General
Fanston relieves, is also rorted to be
in poor health. He, is under order to
proceed to Houoliflu, but it also is
doubtful' if he will arrive her for noma
tini: ' t'"-:. ;-,',.., r
litigadier .vienortU Clareru-.e Edwards,
now in command of tba Fourth Brigade
n Texas, who is to . relieve Brigadier
General acomb here, is due to reach
Honolulu on tha next transport.1
'General Macomb to Command,
With tho departure of 'General Fun
ston next Friday 'command of the Ha
waiian DepurtuuiHt will again devolve
upon Rrlgudivr! General Macomb. - He
will direct operations bore until the
arrival of (leueral Edwards, when 'it
in . believed he will proceed at once to '
Wasbiugtqu to begin his important du
ties aa head of the War College. '
"'Avl urn! I few weeks ago, I will
bo sorry to fc'ave Hawaii and had not
p l34i no. i to ilcpurt for aevetal weeks
yet," nid tlenoral Funston, yesterday.
-'Th nrilnri tnilnv ennin m. j.mit,lA
surprise. With Lieutenant Ball, I will
arrange to leave for ' Texan oa the
steamer Ventura soiling for the Count
1 riday. My family will remain until
February to direct the packing of our
houHebold goods and start for our new
lionie on tn? rcbruary transport, '
Ueneral Flibnton would not venture
a atatemeut on the reasons that
prompted the issuing of order causing
such a sudden t-haugu. .
rreH EocepUona Planned.
Arr'aiigemouts are already under way
to tender the ; popular rommander a
Hum her or lurewell analr before bra
A farewell snuiker will be giveu lu
bis honor tomorrow evening. It will
begin St eight o'clock, according to the
Invitations lfsued soon after receipt of
the news yesterday, and all mem tiers of
tbe club. will, be -permitted' to bring
guests to join In wishim; General Fun
stou good luck and further laurels to
a record already well Ailed with glory
fur biuiKClf, his troops aud achievement
for his country.;.
ALBANY, New York. January 20
(Iy Associated ITess Cable) A ttrjke
involving thirty-two thousand eaiployes
of the Delaware It Hudson Kiver Uail
road waa ended here Inst night when tho
company conceded the demands of the
employe nnd work wa at once re
sumod. , ; . 1 ' . ''. v
The strike of theynuinoers, firemen,
conductors and telegrapher was called
yesterday- following tbe summary dis
charge of two employes. Tho strikers
imitated upon th reinstatement of tho
twp discharged men and lust nijht
their deinuitd was granted.'
The npeedy agreeineiit wa rvached
through the uid of federal Jepartiueut