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business that is talked about. Pop
ular ignorance of it shrouds it in si
lenc, and a silent business is nearly
dead, if not utterly so. The way to
have it talked about on the street
and in the home is to
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VOL. X. NO. 3955
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. MARCH 20. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Wahiawatey C. lot
A lopaneso burglar, whoo nanto as
Jut has nut been ascertained by tliui
police, wax limt night shut mill fatally
wounded by C.irMou Tliot, mi em
1 loye of tilt' Wnhlawu store. The
bmglar was caught In thu net (if raid
Iiik the Btoro ami wan shot ub lie tried
to make his escape fioni the building.
The Jnpnnese wns placed In the caio
of Dr. Wood. ThOv came tu Ilonoliiln
this morning with Deputy Sheriff Os
car Cox of Wnlalua. The matter has
been left In Cox'8 hand. Ilo will
probablj pluco u formal charge of nr
i.nalt with a weapon against 'I not.
Chief of Jlotcsthcs Taylor, to whom
Thot reported the affair this morning,
Man given out tho following statement
"At about 11 o'clock Inst night Cars
tun Tliot, tin emploeo of tho U'a
hlawa Stole, was passing the store
on his way home. Uu heard someone
wiilklng around Inside thu store, and
at first thought it was Mr. Grant, as
sistant manager of tho Plncapplu Co.
lie Investigated niul ascertained that
u stranger was Inside, apparently In
thu act of burglarizing tho place. Ilo
culled out loudly for Mr. Oraut. who
was then In the plantation homestead
not far distant. He male tho clicult
of thu houso several times to proven!
the parly from coming out. Oral' I
came oior, bilnglng n lcvolver which
he gave to Tliot. Tho stranger could
be heard moving nround Inside, At
Ihe rear of the stoic Thut found that
tome boards hail been loosened near
the door. On tho ground outside a
bug of lienns belonging -to tho store
was found. ' In tllo meantime Mr. Staff
of the plantation company appejiod
and ho was posted at the makal Wal
nlua corner of the house. A shot w.n
tired In the nlr by Tliot ns a wauling
to the stranger Inside thut thu pro
prietors wcro prepared to meet lilm
thould ho come out. Tliot caw the
loosened boailttt move and ho fired at
them, Investigation nftcrwnids show
Ing that thu bullet had pierced ono
of tho boards. Dliectly ufterunrds the
htrangcr darted out from tho building
and stnrted to I tin through thu open
spaco ut tho rear, Just between Staff
nnd That Tho latter Immediately
opened fire on tho retreating flguio,
emptying thu gun. He was then about
We now have an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of all the
best shirts. They ari the kind you want; they are hand;
some, of fine fabrics and latest make and designs; and
they will wear and look well m long as you want to wear
them. They are the
Bros, and7 Cluett Shirts'
That's all you ne:d as
CORNER OF FORT
. . .AitUfciiail ih'4bli&foMiiiti-imi& ttg
twuity feet distant fioni the man. The
Intiuder ran aboul flfteeti or twenty
feet when he fell, with Tliot In pur
Milt. Catching up with the fugitive
Thut struck the mill with bin left list,
lauding a blow on lil.i Jaw which
luotight him to the ground. The Jap
whllu running had swung his right
hand around to his pants pocket, and
Tliot nnd Staff understood this move
men to Indicate that he was armed.
As the man fell ho called "liana
make," "uu kill me suio," "I want
liana mako." He was bleeding.
"Oscar Cox. Deputy Sheriff of Wul
i.lua, was telephoned to, and lie came
up to Wablawa to tnko charge of tho
buiglar, who piuved to bu a Jupanee"
While Thot was telephoning the Jap
anese mannged tu. rlso ami ran about
200 feet, pursued .by two Japanese
who had been placed In charge by
Staff. Tho wounded burglar was tak
en to W'ululua and placed tinder tho
care of Dr. Hubert Wood, who reports
"The Jap had a bullet wound In the
mouth. Ills Jnw was broken by a bu'
let. There was also a bullet wound
lu his side, the ball penetrating n lung
and presumably lodged at thu basu of
tho ribs, ono rib being fractured. Tho
wound on tho throat was caused by
n knife or some shurp cutting Instru
ment." "Thoso who participated In this af
fair lire certain that tho Japanese
made an effort to commit suicide b)
tutting his throat, but In thu excite
ment following thu shooting tho knife
wns lost sight of Search Is being
mode however for tho knife today.
"Inside tho stoio (Irnnt, Staff and
Thot found that tho Japanese had
been making n wholesale raid on tho
contents. A sack was found nenr (ho
opening through which tho Japanese
attempted to mnku his escape, which
rnntaln'ed tho following loot: One
pair of shoes, 2 packages tobaccd, two
boxes cigars, 12 tins chicken, 8 tins
lobster, 2 tins asparagus, 8 tins con
denscd milk, 1 smoked eel, 4 tint
canned stuff,' 2 bags beans (one out
side one Inside), 1 hammer.
"In addition to this Jho cash draw
er In tho store suction of tho building
was found to hnvo been rifled, and
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a guarantee. Call at
AND HOTEL STREETS.
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0 IAF1 RESOLU
WANTED AT PAR
Thcru appeals to be a gen
eral misunderstanding among niati Hopuhllcnns reguidlng tho
place of meeting of the va'rlottB predict cluba this eicnlng.
Special notices for each prr lirt have not been generally published, It being the opinion that
the cull of thu County Cnuimltt? which notified the Republicans to meet, that thcli "usuul" places
of assembly Is sufficient.
I'm ty authorities state tint tho nii'iiibuni of the precinct rlub) meet ,nt their "usual" plates
where they met last time.
The business tonight will b (be Humiliation of delegates to the Territorial convention. The
election will taku place ut the p lui.ulei held April I.I In some precincts there Is it movement on
font to sectuu Instructions lu t ie precinct club that the dolegntuj to Chicago vote for Taft. This
plan Is frowned upon, and not '. .l.en as uu expression of tho (ommuult).
The gist of the whole srh -r.-.o Is believed to be an effort on the part of one or two aspirants to
poso ns "original Taft men" su that should Tr.ft e sii(cestiil they may he llrst lu his "band wn
roii" and gain first pick from "the lo,cs nnd fishes he will have at his command..
The following list of the meeting
places for the various town precincts
has been made out by Secretary Buf
fandeau of the County Committee :
FOURTH DISTRICT I
First Precinct Residence of T. P. '
Cummins, 1631 King street.
MAUNA KEA TRlf
To Inter-Island Company:
"Good weather all around the Isl
i.nd." CAPTAIN THOMPSON,
Str. W. (J. Hall.
Thu above wireless was received
tills morning by the ofllclals of tho
Inter-lslnnd Steam Navigation Com
pany from Captain Thompson of tho
W Q. Hull, add it Is assurance that
tho favored ones who will mako the
tilp around the Island of Kauai will
Lot suffer nny Inconvenience from
bad weather. Tho Mnuna Kea sails
tonight nt 9 o'clock from tho Klnnu
wharf, carrying ono of tho largest
raid mohL representative crowds that
ever left this city on nny occasion.
Practically every business firm of
note In Honolulu will be'representcd
among the largo numbers of passen
gers who will make the trip.
The Matina kea will roturn'hero
Sunday, arriving some time In tho
The seven terrorists condemned to
death for a plot against Grand Duko
Nicholas Nlcholalovltch and M.
Chtcheglovltoff, Minister of Justice,
woro hanged at daybreak at Llssy
Noss, opposite Kroustadt, Ilussln.
when it is drawn up in proper legal
form, and means what yon meant it
to mean, guarantees the distribution
of youi1 property in exactly the way
vou intended. ,
If it isn't drawn up in proper legal
form, it may mean anything; 'and,
after paying attorney's fees, yqur
heirs will have little left.
We make out your will free of
charge if we are named one of the
Fori Sf. BcnoIuK
iiiw-irf i out 'Mii
Second Precinct Empty store op
posite the old Tramway stables.
Third Precinct Residence of J. H.
Soper, corner of Lunalilo and Kee
Fourth Precinct Thomas Square
n The inaJorlr of the Block hold- t."
tt lugs of J W llergstrom, In thu K
tt llergstrom Musle Cumpnn, Ltd., tl
tt were hold today through tho U
tl, agency of the Henry Wnterhouso V,
n Trust Companv to John C. i:nus V.
tt, and W I) Adams ti
I! Mr Ilergsliom will still remain IS
tl .as president of ilic company but tl
tl will not devote his full tlmu to t
t .the buslnchs. ns he contemplates SI
St embarking lu an agricultural en- tt
St terprise which will glvu htm an SS
It out-door life Mr Ilorgstorm has SS
St has made this rh.mgo In thu SS
SS hopes of benefitting his health. SS
ss ss ss ss ss ss s: n ss ss ft ss tt it ss tt u
Sonator Allison of Iowa Is 73 years
old. He has beon in the United
States Senate .'!' c.irs and In Con
gress 43 j ears.
We ship Papaias,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
J. HOPP & CO.,
(Lcwers & Cooke Bldg.)
'd il-Wiiniirtrff - "-ffcui mi L
Fifth Precinct Government sta
Sixth Precinct McCandless block,
King and Alakca streets.
Seventh Precinct McOrew block,
(Continuoa on Pago 4)
RAISE ITS DIVIDEND
Another lilt of good news this
morning reached tho ranks of stock
holders, the ltnpld Transit and I.aud
Cuminili v r - --lug Its Intention of
inlslut I n collide of
years past the c... ..i .n., li is been
pa) Ing Its stockholders a dividend of
three-quarters of ono per cent, every
quarter. Prior to this the dividend
was ono per cent, a quarter, or four
per cent a year, but It was cut down
to threc-iunrtcrs, or three per cent
a jear Now the announcement lias
been made that tho company will
mako Its next quarterly dividend,
which Is due nnd payahlo on Mnrch
31, ono per cent., thus raising It to
the former standard,
Milk prices In New York city have
been cut from 9 to 8 cents a quart.
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We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
f.on leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
the latest and most sanitary
Soda Water Fountain
made entirely of glass and
marble. It will soon be ppen
ed by an expert dispenser at
After the Show
A Dainty Supper
or Light Refreshments at
Alexander Young Cafe
, h-r -ifirfrtT
"iatA.-JB- 'nifai .
IUUOuHI IwSHus uy$y
Wins First Battle
WASHINGTON. D. C, March 20. The Senate today passed the
ocean-mail subsidy bill,
Should this bill finally pass C'o-igresu, the Oceanic Com pan prom
ises to put thicc steamers on the Ati'tinllnn route
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20.
Japan's invitation that the Eattleslup
probably stop at Yokohama and also
SUOAR TRUST IS WINNER
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 20.
Judge Holt today dismissed the tlm-
tymillion-doll"7 suit brought
against the Sugar Trust by the Pcnn -
sylvania Sugar Refining Company for
nlleced violation of the anti-Trust
BURNED AT SEA
BARCELONA, Spain, March 20.
The steamer Islade Pany from Ma
nila to Liverpool has burned at sea.
The crew was saved.
HI Kfi If 9
ti The In e Island Comn.iiiv mi. is
St i.o ice . ih it the Mauna Kea will. tt
tt sail nt !) o'clock tills molilm- In. It
SS stead or 8 o'clock us originally SS
SS clvon nut. Thin rhnntr,, In mniln It
SS to allow attendance at thu Itu- SS
SS nubllcan nrcclnct nuetlnirs.
:t it ti ss tt tt tt ss it ss tt tt ss tt tt ..
Thu ltnpld Transit & Land Com
pany has taken an uppoal to thu Su
premo Court of thu United States
from tho ruling of tho Territorial
courts enjoining It fioni changing tho
schedule- of the 1.1111m sheet cars.
Chief Justice Hint v. ell has Issued an
ruler commanding tho Territory of
Hawaii to bo piescnt In tho Supremo
Court ot tho United States within Cu
du)s to legist the appeal.
Automobile Export Ilussell, who Is
working for tho Scliiiman Carrlngu
Co., this morning collided with n
flnpid Transit car with an auto which
ho was driving. Tho accident took
place at tho corner of Queen and Ala
ken strcot Tho auto was badly dam
aged, but Ilussell was not hurt 1hi
car had Its fonder twisted. Tho It. T.
Co. ofllco wss unable to gle any In
formation about thu matter
STYLE No. 474. PRICE $4.50.
P. 0. Box 469.
irtii( i-,rT'it"tiltiAiHi yiWHiiHti
The Government has accepted
Fleet visit that country It will
at Shanghai, should China extend
10 MORE FOR RETINED
I NEW YORK, N. Y., March 20.
Refined sugar advanced ten cents a
! SAN TRANCISCO, Cal.. March 19.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis1-1 s. Far-
ltv. 4.32 eentn. "Pnviniiniiftfai."n S'
- , -. ....... ....,..., .,.,..,,,
10s. 10 l-2d.
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 20.
Bishop Fowler of the Methodist
Church died in this city today.
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Notwithstanding the ract that
Wireless Kxpert A A Isbell remain
ed with his delicate instruments it
the specified time last night not u
urn ml did he catch from the trnns
lort Thomas He made an arrange
ment with the operator on -the
Thomas when he wns In Honolulu
wheieby ho bhnuld call Honolulu
from tho transport at a cut tain tlmu
(Honolulu time) each evening until
the vessel wub oer two thousand
miles away from the Islands. Isbell
caught pnrt of the message night bo
fnio last, but wus not nblo to O. K.
It. Ia&t night he did not hear iiny
thlng "Theto fellows in tho Twelfth Pre
cinct of the riflh District renlly
haven't any kick coming." remarked
uiniimticemnii Ilobertson thU morn
.ng. "Tho notlco of their meeting
was regularly published. Tho trou
ble probnbly Is that thoy did not un
derstand tho boundaries uf the pre
cinct, It having been recently form
ed. Tho preelnct Is bounded by
School, Nuuami, llorctnnln and 1.1
Mha streets "
I William S Tovls Is hack of n
t t-Mintivn ti (-nil t r. tnn tni . .
I v ... v nun f,uuu,uuu worm (11
Snn Prundsco property for $10,500,
i nnn . ..- n .!
( wV, m)n vaiiuii lieu I.
to commence figuring on
Let us show yon one of
our new ones. It's made of
the New Shade of
with the Pointed Toe, and
having the New Effect of
Heavy Perforations around
the lace stays and Heel
.. -j r : frfa
iY-t-ril'l'utrfrTtflJli iTV mliiliiilifatii JMitsf fill iTtf ' "