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VOL. X. NO. 3947
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March
en May 5,
SWINBOURNE'S SQUADRON GOES NORTH
SAN DIEGO, Cal., March 11. Admiral Swinbournc's squadron pass
ed this pott today going; northward.
Twenty-six mesages from tho flagship Connecticut were received by
wireless and transmitted to Washinuton.
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WASinilGTON, D. C, March 11.
Hid Senate Military Committee has
sustained the action of the President
in the Brownsville affair.
NEW YORK, m Y.. March 11..
I is still "as safe ns Gibraltar." Last
'J year, the reduction in expense was
1 pVcr '
llAIII FfcltljJFC '"es nn l,0Mri1 tM0 transport Thom
UUli EilI!Ul 3 us.. In rnso tlio transport falls to
and the total amount loaned to pol-
icy-holders for the year 1B07 was
Over Severt Millions
' These facts, more thai anything
wo couia say, snow tno stability and
strength of. the Prud-cntial.
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f;:;' .J ucarrw
SPRING! 1908 STYLES
Just ill on tho Alameda,
jKAaoftu wujvbii.ua, single
nwt,, styhsh, serviceable. '
-iJJ.UB SEflGi,s1.slnglc and double brcastcd';yhero's a cleaVcut.i
drcssysuitfor you -that always looks will;'"vn, ' ,$;" (A
all tailored bv',theTfamniiVNuM.,vviv Toii'n,.
Alfred benjamin &! v''
CORNErIhOTELSTREET Xp FORT. ,.
-Admiral Evans will arrive here
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 11.
, Attempts are being, made ,to secure
m reiense-oi wuw. iiuriy-ninc in
dictmciiti against Sclunitz arc pend-
MANILA',?. L, March 11. Five
today destroyed 2,000 native houses.
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JBS' BL'Ltn N, APR; PAY -XKM
i The papers in the divorce case of
I Evelyn Thd'w against her hueband.
I were scut to Mattcawan today. Thaw
will opuose the granting of the di
. ... , ... ,
Tomorrow night n dance will bo
.given at tlio Sensldo In honor of Col.
1 Kilwln 11. Ilnlton and nfltcnt'H nnil
jnrrlvo, tho dnnro will bo Riven tlio
"lfi,lt oi,hcr "rrlvn1, K.lcl",? of tl,e
Un1',,.Kn.vy1!"1:' of tho Bcns,,,e nra
i cordially invited.
Rnvo iiliyslrlJiliR- lillls. Kocp away
from -tlio,' hospital order a caBo o!
'liuihRii. I'iiono, 171. .
bulletin' ads. pay
That's the watchword ofour con
tl cern,' and we take pridcin it.
and now nffnrid fmvnn BT.Anif'.TtW.
and dbuplei'Jbrcasted; handsome,
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Frear Preaches Se
In Talk To
Governoi's Parly Is
liana, Bmiday Nlf?lit,
Ainrcn s, r.ius.
governor Krcaj preached n sermon
n tlio liana ChuVch today. It wasn't
called n ;crmon, lint tliat's what It
amounted to, a sermon tlio text ot
ulilch wart tlio Indcpcndcnco ot cacti
man and tlio Interdependence of Ml
Uuo ot tho most noteworthy things
about the (lovcrnnr'n trip Is the eag
erness of 'tlio. people to bco him, to
Mmko liaiiilM with him, to hear him
fcpoak, and In hid hlrii "Aloha" wol
lomo nlnl Godspeed. Av bo rltlo
along the. raads with' his party, llliu
;n'c. of the. old chiefs .with IiIh rctlnuo,
the Hawallans como 'running totholr
r.ates, press about Ills' horso and shako
lits hand. .
"'Ami' WjS' Governor likesTlL Tholr
alolia:! are, no more hoa'rty than his.
Kvnn the wop toddlom come n for1 a
pinch and a pdf; while their, mothers
rwcll visibly winiprldo.
So today Uover'ilor' Kroar was bo-
tought hi address tho1 people of liana
Jn their c'liurch after tlio regular ser
vices, and , be "did, so. Ho spoke
through an Interpreter, Judgo Kn
Uniil, who uvldeiilly was somewhat
free In his rendering of tho Kngllsh
Into Hawaiian, Judging from tho
laughter that often camo whfro In
the original there was nothing to
laugh at. Hut the Hpecch greatly.
pl;szed tho people, and tho Governor
wns hoirtlly applauded when he con
cluded. Ho said:
"I am vory glad to meet ,you hero
today, I have long wished to visit
your district arid meet tho people.
Hawaii Is one ot tha most beautiful
places In the' World,, hut I think of
in. Mm m
Their Bid '$1000 Less
". -Ttan Softest 'iOft
Tho 'bids? for, tho supplying of him.
bor.jBblngles, etc.,. for tho construc
tion ot tho leprosarium at Moloknl
woro opened Inst Monday, and tho
awards- havo since been mndo. Not.
withstanding tho fact (lint some of
tho bidders claim that tho winner was
glvoil a certain advantago over thorn,
i ho contract for tho work went to tho
CltyjMIII' Company, whoso hid wait
S11,G9!).B0 tho goods to ho dollvored
on or about) May 15.
Mr.; l'cano,,wlH has chargo of tho
work for. tho Government, stated this
m'ornlng .that no' udvantago was no
'tordml orio 'bidder over another, Tho
prrnmhahr woro tent out nhdMhoMddn'
woro "siibmllled. Tho bid of'th'o City
Mill t Company wnB so much .lower
.than .-that of , tho noxt loweBt that
there was hardly any,comparlBon.
I Tho following Is thoj'offlclal state
ment ot affairs: j . , 'J(f
I Synopsis orvbldsrorJBiilplying lum
ber, shlngles,joe., for,Uho"i;..S. Lop-
March 9, 1008.'liipfoeno6fibldd6rs,
Allen & Ilohlnaonri$,t'J3t?i!. weeks;
l,, ...U,.nA,,,,MIllUtl,llU Ifalll.
lowers & Coolto-i-srs'filMj, May
30 In .Turn, IT.. ., .T '" BJ
, City, Aim; Co.. Ltd. $ 11, 093-50, orf'or.
fl'oiir'cliculnr letters, woro lssue,,Vi,
)vuacr co.uo, uui noiiBuumii pr
posai. ( , . 4
'BssBDBssMt ' ' AinTWlflBr JMBSotTTIim
' JsssMtsM "' il'MmBSMxSKaKUSS
ssssBisssA frLMRBBKn jSHrUMm
nil places Jlunn Is nno of tin most
beautiful Think of this bay down
liore, with tho green slopes, anil that
great hill here, on the top of which
I understand, tlio pcoplo of liana
withstood the great army ot Kauie
I "I don't Know whether you who
live here appreciate all this art wo
do, who are strangers, hut I think
umi do, for the Ilnwallnns have al
ways been lovers of tho beautiful.
"The peoplo of liana ought to ho
Deputy Attorney General
: Whitney Has Troubles
... 0! His0w.n '
--W. L. Whitney, Deputy -Attorney
General, was adjudged in contempt
of court yesterday afternoon and giv
en until this morning, to pay the
Bum of '$870 to C. lloltc, or bo turned
over to tho custody of the High Sher
iff. Ho dhl not pay the money, how
ever,, for, by taking an appeal to tho
Supreme. Court, ho was nblo to at
least postpone the unploasnutvallor
Tho finding of Whitney lit con
tempt Ib a. peculiar story nnildntcR
back for. bnveral year's, , Ho was (at
.one. time Iho. administrator' of 'tha
insolvent estate of a Chinaman nam
ed, C. Abb. The o&tato amounted. to
about si.Guu nnd In 1903Wliltnay
was ublo to deelaro a 40 pencont.
dividend for tho creditors. Ainnng
theso was C. Ilolto. Whitney offered
him S642 as his sharo of tho divi
dend, hut It was refused, llnlto de
manding tho Bum ot $870. Tho oth
(Continued, euv Pnue 2)
On her .way,' from Detroit to,8an
Francisco by water tho-7(i0-ton
fieight stenjnsfilp Lucy Neffj lumber
iladeu, arrived at Now York.'Toircncli
I.'rlsco from Detroit, u land(Joiirnoy
of not much over 2000 .miles,' tho
Nomwllltsnll 17,000' miles' by tho
nil-water route. y
co happj . i -it " itW not
need this flue hand or puluemcu, or
even the preacher, perhaps.
"Tho tiatlvo Ilawalliitm had nil
this beauty In the olden times, but,
think how they woro oppressed by
their chiefs, and the tabu system,
And they couldn't even own hind.
"Hut II wasn't always as, bad as
that. Vnur histories tell that once'
nbout fiOO years ago, there was a king
(Continued on-Paee 4)
REFUL ABOUT .
Department Headsu Given
Warning By the
, Treasurer j
Owing to the fnctrthnt tho, money
In tho Territorial Treasury lias run
rather low,., Treasurer Campbell haB
lEHtied a loiter directed to tho'varlnus
heads of the departments of tho Gov
ernment, asking Hint they uso earn
for tho next sixty days In the expend
iture of money. In speaking, ot tho
matter he hla'tcd this morning that
there, wits absolutely.. no causo for
(alarm, ns there was enough money to
' pay all demands, hut it was simply
' r precautionary mensuro which , it
Was thought best to take,
Tho letter to' tho various heads of
the departments reads as fojlows:
Dear Sir: Tlio 'cash, balance In
the Tconsury Is smaller nowjthnn nt
the corresponding time last year.; but
Iho registration of Trensury war-
rantn may bo nvdldod by a careful
watch of expenses Incurred during
I lie noxt sixty days, ,
On May 15th tho Treasury .will be
, solmlmrsci! by tiro collection of'tnxes
I then payable. You uro therefore ask-
led. to defer, until that tlme.tliciln-
.'currenco of any expenso which could,
without (detriment! tottlio -proper
I working 'of your 'Department, bo so
I Respectfully jaiirs,
,A. J. CAMl'HELL.
TrcnsiirpV, Territory dt Hawaii,
J, March 7, 190S.. .;'...
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His "Hurry-Up" Order
" By Mail
That there has bi-cn no great hus
tle and hurry In sending the U. S. S,
Iroquois to Midway Island 'to get tho
marines who aro stationed there, und
that no cablegrams were received
from Washington in regard to the
men being returned to this port with
all speed, was the statement of Hoar
Admiral Vory nt the Naval Station
In corroboration of his statement
he opened a book of letter files tq the
inspection of newspapermen. This
lust letter received had to do with
the sending of the Iroquois to Mid
way, and dt was marked "Hccolvad,
March 9." '
"I really don't see where the where
the great' hurry comes in," said the
Admiral. "If the .authorities at
Washington had wanted the boat dis
patched after the marines at Midway
Island, they .odld have cabled dl-
rectinsteadof sending an ordinary
business order. I have received no
cable, nor do' I expect one." ,
ino letter rrom wnsnington refer
red to above states that It Is tho de
sire of the Naval authorities that the
Iroquois bo nont to Midway "as quick
ly 'as Is practicable" on account of
tha fact'tthnt tho experiments which
have been Going on thcro will bo
discontinued. What theso expert'
uients nrc is not known. Admiral
Very nald that ho did not know. Ho
had received his orders from hcad
quiirlciT.. ho said, and ho was merely
Ii thn' meantime, work Is going
forwjrd on tho Iroquois. Shb was
tukon up on tho marine wnys.yestor
lay afternoon and her bottom has
been scraped and. one coat ot paint
iicnrly all put on her. Sho Is under
going n thorough cleaning and over
hauling. Admiral Very, said that ho waited
tweoty-four hours .beforo ho commu
nicated' tlio ordsrs ho had rccclvod to
tinyonc, which would seem- to1 show
that there was-not any extraordinary1
'A story of ( tho causa of tho recall
ot tho marines from Midway was. told
thls morning that Is" of a most sen
rational nature. Tho only trouble
with It is that: the Admiral In com
mand ot tho Naval Station stamps it
as perfect "roll."
Tho statement was made that the
ecall wns the result ot tho resigna
tion of Lieutenant Ncvin from the
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
( Manufacturers' Siioe
!P. 0. Box 400; ... A flrk-.-Tifiri?- Phone 282
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EXCITEMENT OVER MIDWAY
Navy and the prospect of a general
court-martial of the officers nnd mar
ines at Midway on account of liquor
having been landed on the Island,
Tho alleged trouble was said to
havo started from n gamo oi rhanco
among Iho men. This resulted In a
cutting affray and u sergeant was se
riously hurt. Tho man who did tho
cutting is nald to have been tukon to
tiiinm by the Albntnma and then to
Mnrc Island by tho transport Dufonl.
The testimony at his trial Is snld to
havo mado trouble for the others on
The Intoxicants on the Island nrn
said to havo rouic from the portion
of tho sako cargo that went over
from tho Mongolia at the time she
wns ashore. Theso were burled in
the Mind. Admiral Very says there
Is no truth whatever In the story.
That the idea of abandoning Mid
way" ns aiNawil po.it is considered
now is shown by tho recent thlpptng
of a steam whalebont to this' clty
wjilch wns to bo sent to Midway for
tli;itM' ot the marlhes when tho Iro
U.ut)'ti mado hqr' trip In A)rl.
Mnrtln Kcogh. formerly .an cm
ploycn of tho Army Q.uurtcrm'astor'H
ilcpartmenLoirtho transport Sherman,
was sentenced to serve one month In
Jnll by Judgo Dole, this afternoon. Ho
pleuileil guilty to tniuggrtnst ICOt) cig
ars off tho transport when the was In
jjrt nbout two months ago on her
why from Maulla In tho Coiat.
Tho Supremo. Court lias Usued an
.order In tho Mllhn street suit that tbo
defendants Bhall fllo n statement ot
facts upon apiical to tho Untied Htate.i
-upicino Court and i-crvc a copy on
Judge A. N. Kepolkal mado a round
trip on the Clautllnc, arriving this
morning from .Maul.
keep while in use, but deteri
orate when kept in stock. We
have in a FRESH LOT of
them on, the last Alameda. Get
them now. HOT WATER
BOTTLES, SYRINGES, ETC.
' Vk Good Meals
for gentlemen. We have
them in our windows.
One of them is our new tan
Blucher Oxford for Bpring and
Summer wear. It is made of
genuine Russia Calf on the
The correct Welted sole,
with smooth inner-soles, soft,
and pliable, makes it an easy
and stylish shoe. The leather
takes a delightful polish, -.
This shoe wears well, nnd
holds its shape till the 'end.
Price $4,50. Ask for Style
' No. 450.
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