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VOL. X. NO. 3950
Fleet Date Set
To Secretary Mott-Smith
ngjiiaaaj iiL -
I'ala. Miuil. .March 1.: 1'JOfc.
"No m.iliop". Now." said Huiicrln
tendcnl Campbell lit Ifounuo Monday
night, anil thoioby becniuo tlm hem
uf tlm linttr, llio man whom tho pcu
plo of Ki'iitmo look upon iih their es
pecial protector mul benefactor. Anil
mi tiLcouiit or his pleasing propor
tions thoy bestowed ipon lrlm thu
naiuu Opiinul. H If,' Itclljv lio bhall
lomaln to tho cml or iho chapter.
It nil look place at mi Impromptu
public meeting ut the house or Nnpt
hiin, our linit. The party was rather
HtllT mul hmlillo-Miro nttcr coming
down fiiini thu ride along the ditch
trail, hut tho natives wanted to seo
the (ioeruor mul lienr him Kpenk. In
fnrt. they wanted to hear everybody
tpeak, and speak everybody tried to.
'Hut Hist there wiih a dinner, ut
which the piece do resistance was
pig. Naplliiia mid his fninlly mul
fi lends had upread tliciinelvrH to put
up a liiau III Tor a chief, mul tho
tiiblii looked mighty good In the hun-Ki-y
travelers. After they had got
through It looked nu If u cyclone lirnl
.Mni'Kton t'iiuiihell was unanimous
ly clciled to curve t lie puaa, mid lie
did the Job to the queen k taste, lie
didn't le.'ie auHiiiig hut 'the head,
anil tiled to gho even that to l'ralt
And liu'ie wan chicken .mil KWect
poiiioi"4 mid lain mul oilier things,
wllli two good-looking daughters of
Hint's the watchword of otir con
cern, and we take pride in it.
jJLU'Jt' ." sya.i
Vc now have nn ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of all the
best shirts. They an the kind you want; they arc hand
some, of fine fabrics and latest make and designs; and
they will wear and look well an long as you want to wear
They are the
Bros, and Cluett Shirts
That's all you nc;d as
CORNER OF TORT
will arrive in
.uu lU-i-U-uJt'-u-Li i. m.n 1 lus -
OF FREAR ON
the family to seo that nobody's plato
went lone unrcplenlshcd.
A Kcnnae' Catherine
Vhru' nvtryb'nn l'"d doni1 IiIh wnr.it,
mul w.ik bitting 'bark In IiIh chain
looking at Iho devastation ami
thinking liow good tho bed would
feel, r.ime Naptlina mid announced
thai the people of Kenniio wanted
the Governor tu (.peak to thein.
Wii all adjourned to tho lanal anil ,
fouuil what could- he seen only In
Hawaii. All the pcoplp of tho vil
lage mid nt thu surrounding country'
were gathered In fiont of tho Ipiusji. J
Some were Bill Ins, on the steps of
tho lanal, mine, on the ground, nth-!
ei-H on utoncii or slumps; tno jounger I
swains and the lnalileiiH Bought tho
shadows, and tho children wcro ov
(rywhcie, under our fcot and their
parentH', tumbling onto and off tho
lanal, frollckliiR with tho multltuill
noiM iIorr, or. In the case of tho weo
iiacH, sleeping 111 their inother'H
Two l.iiileriiH shod their llRht
down Into the eaRcr, uplurned faces
iiiul cant a weird slow over tho
M'i'iic. , In tho dlhtnnce tho heavy
Hiirf beat on a hirrciI coast anil the
round camp lo our ears like tho sol-
; emu (ll.ip.iMii) of mhiio Rrent cosmic
oichestra. Overhead the star shone
I diiwii, and Hie jiiuiir iiiihiii wiih Just
! t'lnkliiR behind the lulRhty mutin
Frear Their Hoses
SIrniiRO Bpeclaelo It wiib, and
fondling, for these simple people
Iobked upon tho Governor .much as
they used lo look upon their IiIrIi
chlofH, iih tho man who could Rlvo
Ihein what they needed, aa n Moses
who could Btrlku the nick with tho
rod of bin power and raiiso tho to
Icih or prosperity to Rush forth.
Tlie Governor Talks
Governor I'rear, or course, was tho
first speaker Introduced, addressing
a guarantee. Call at
AND HOTEL STREETS.
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. MARCH J4. 1908 -
vntiv.xr ;:u Miax 0nyiiiJu-Jiia.Bsa.-3
the peoplo IhroiiRli the school-lcach-er,
Abel All You, iih Interpreter. Ilu
explained tho object or IiIh tour, iih
he did ut liana, and Kavo the people
or Kcmiao much the fi.imo nilvlro,
that I hey must nil work toRcther mul
pull together tor the Rood of tho
whole, and, at tho biiuio time, each
man must ho Independent and ilo IiIh
best fijr himself Instead or looking to
the, Government for everything. If
they wauled good uw, they must
elect Rood men lo (bo Legislature. If
they wanted their Comity uffaJrH
prqpcrly adtjilnlstercd, thoy mutt ?eo
loll that Rood mul capable men. wcro
elected to tho Hoard of Supervisor!!'.
The matter ot building roads, ho
raid, was now up to the County, since
the County Act wns now In force,
l'y an iyt of tho I.eRlslnturo and the
npiiroval of Washington, Maul now
had money, by the Issuanco or IiouiIh,
to build ro.ulH. Ho could see how
badly roadH woro ncedrd. Blnco ho
had Just come over the ditch trail.
He hoped the loaM would bo built
through to Nahlkii. Tho Governor
spoke for some time mul apparently
what ho said pleased tho people,
JudgliiR by the ajiplau.se at tho end.
Secretary Mott-Hiullh was next. Ho
told of the fitolia which he ami the
Governor and all llin rest of l)ie Gov
crnmeiit odlrlala had for the Hnwat
Inns, and how they wanted to Ben
Ihein get ahead null ariiulro-hoinoH
of their own, where each niiiu would
da his', own work and innko a good
living' for himself and his family. Ho
made a pleasing address and won
, (Continued on Face 2)
I'ostmaster-Gcneral Meyer haa or
dered no luoro lioys bo employed aa
special dellvory messengerB. Ho
says the boys in delivering letters
ofton have to visit low resortH.
I'uturo vacancleu will bo tilled by
substitute letter carriers and clerks.
Mrs. Lydla A. White, aged SO. a
real daughter of tho American revo
lution, Is dead of pneumonia at Lan
is still "as safe as Gibraltar." Last
year, the reduction in expense was
One Million Dollars
and the total amount loaned to policy-holders
for the year 1007 was
Over Seven Millions
These facts, more than anything
we could say, show the stability and
strength of the Prudential.
"I think wo should tenter our
light mi securing six (Uhgitea 'for
Hawaii in tbo National convention."
This Is the Idea or A L. C. Atkln-
boii, expressed thlH morning during
n conversation with. National Com
mitteeman Knbertboa. Atlilniilli
rayfl ho Is not a r.imllilatc 'for dole
galo tn the convention, but of coumi
he Jk IntereHted.
"Ilobcrtsou Is going on to attend
the meeting of the National Commit.
tec," continued Atkinson, "and he
can do some good wink In advance
"It we don't get th six delegate!)
now, It will he a long lime before we
(an," said KobertMia
"It RecuiH to me that tho way to
do Is to send our six delegates mid
do a llttlo business on our own nc
mint. Say, gle our votes to tho
man whose friends will give the Ter
ritories liberal representation."
, Kobei'lson and Atklusun wcro talk
ing about who should ro, it being
generally known th.it the Delegate
c.rtd tho Governor would each be glad
to go, and there seems In ho no op
position. Atkinson asked If Krcar
would he for Tuft, and thought lie
might not be necessarily.
Tho Bulletin man remarked
that It Govornor 1'iear or Secretary
Mott-Snilth or George Carter or Jack
Atkinson should go lo Iho National
Coin en I Ion anil not otc for Taft-
unlesH positively Instructed by tho
convention olheiwlse -they should
ench anil nil be skinned alive. They
should bo accepted and recognized
as Taft men because Tart Is tlip Ad
"Six delegates Ih what wo want,
anyway," was tho consensus of opin
ion, and with tho other Territories
working along that lino this is tho
time to win If it ran be done.
Iliivo you had a fieo glasH of Tan
san at tho Hotllster Ding Co', iih yet?
If not don't waslo a moment.
J. HOPP & CO:,
(Lewers & Cooke Bldg.)
NEWS OF FLEET
Committees Will Start
"I am glad that tho Fleet Is com
ing here In one hunch," said Presi
dent .lames A. Morgan of tho Cham
ber of Cominerre this noon, "That
Is the way it ought to be. I tec)
coulldctit that tho community will
ho able to take euro of tho .entire
l'leet at ono tlnie.'cvcn It Hint means'
that there will ho a big lot of men
to entertain, On the other hand, If
tho Fleet bad tome In detachments
It would simply mean that tho first
hunch wpiild be treated royally anil
that tho rest would not have nearly
as good n time.
"So fnr, the committee In charge
or the making of tho arrangements
for tho reception and entertainment
have not done anything, hut now
that they have something definite to
go on, the work will undoubtedly go
right ahead ' - ' . ' "", r"m"
mlttces will get .it, . ii . m.i the
matter during next week."
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 14.
SUGAR: 00 degree Centrifugals, 4.05
cents, or $81. per ton. Previous
quotation, 4.027 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis. 10s. 8 l-4d.
Parity, 4.25 cents. Previous quota
tion.lOs. 0 3-4d.
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
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.
V. Good meals
j-iminim .i.i i .
HONGKONG CHINA. March 14. In', -ation from Formosa is to
the effect that the first Japanese sq adroit will sail today on secret .ser
vice. SECRET TRIP IS F OR MANEUVERS
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 1 4. It is believed here that the sail
ing of the Japanese fleet from Formcsa is for maneuvers.
- m i m
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 14. Judge Dunne has dismissed
four of the indictments against Abe Rucf and granted an arrest of
judgment in the fifth.
TURKISH SHIPS SEIZED
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 14. An unconfirmed rumor is
in circulation that two Turkish steamers with arms and ammunition
have been scfze.l in the Black Sea,
ADMIRAL KANE IS DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 14.
HE KILLS ANOTHER
DENVER, Colo., March 14. Anarchist Alia, condemned for the
murder of Father Hcinrich, cut the throat of a prison trusty today in
a vain attempt to escape.
i . ' mi
TORPEDO FLEET AT PANAMA
PANAMA, March 14. The torpedo fleet arrived here 'today.
WIRELESS HAN ON
Manager llalsh of the local wire
less system and Arthur A Ishel, tho
visiting wireless expert, returned
last night from the three ikijH' stay
ut tho llarbcr's Point station, where
I hey havo been trying bohic experl-
(Contlaued on Pass 3)
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Rear Admiral Kane died hero to-
STEVENS GETS DATA
ABOUT FIRE CLAIMS
'The .la pa nere (iincinmcul will
give a grand reception and entertain
ment to tho I'nlted Stales Klect un
der Admiral Kvans If It ever goes to
Japan. Tho relationship between tho
I'nlted States and Japan Is cordial,"
(C3ijUu4 oa Pt 4)
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