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Almaada Mar. 27
Manchuria Mar. 30tli
For 8n Fraoolne:
HllonUn Mar. 24
Mongolia Mar. 2
Alameda Apr. 1,
Maana Apr. 4
Marama . . ., Apr. 1
A business that ii flourishing is a
business that ii talked abont. Fop
nlar ignorance of it ihrouds it in si
lence, and a silent business is nearly
dead, if not utterly so. The way to
have it tallced about on the street
and in the home is to
ADVERTISE IT IN THE
VOL. X. NO. 3557
SAN FBANCISCO, Cal., March 23. Last night four Koreans at the
Fairmount Hotel assaulted D. W. Stevens, Special Counsellor for Japan,
who recently arrived here on his way to Washington.
The Koreans accuse Stevens of favoring Japan's course in Korea, he
having been recently stationed at the Korean capital.
This morning while Stevens was coing to take the train for Wash
ington he was struck. in the face near the Ferry by a Korean and shot
twice seriously by another. The first conspirator received a stray bullet.
I). W. .Slovens passed through Honolulu nu board tho Nlpimn Mnru last
week.. It will Ijo remembered thai ho remained aboard tlio atcainer whllo
here because ho had not boon properly vaccinated, according to Ideas of,
the local quarantine boarding officer. I In 1b very well known lieie end u
number of his frlondn, Including Consul '8 a I to', called on him. lie lias Just
returned from Hcoul whoro lie has douu oxcollent scrvlcu for Japan In j
fctrnlghtohlt)i;.J0nlUq affairs of that country. '
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BOYCOTT MUST- STOP
. PEKINj China, March 23. Japan has asked China to prevent the'
proposed boycott of Japanese goods and to end the anti-Japonese agita
tion caused by the Tatsu-maru affair. '
CHINA TO INVITE FLEET
WASHINQTON, D. C, March 23. The battleships Wisconsin and
Nebraska will accompany Evans on his return eastward. It is believed'
China's invitation for the Fleet to visit Chinese ports will be received
when it is drawn u in proper legal
form, and meant what yon meant it
to mean, guarantee the distribution
of your property in exactly the way
If it isn't drawn up in proper legal
form, it .may mean anything; and,
after paying attorney's fees, your
heirs will have little left.
We make out your will free of
charge if we are named one of the
FoH St. fl'.nol'jlfc
OUK NEW SPRING STOCK of Suits tailored by this
swell New York Custom ,House is now complete.
We have Serges, Black Undressed Worsteds,
Cheviots, light Spring and Summer SuitJ, clothes
of all kinds, but of only ONE QUALITY.
You can't make a mistake by getting yourself one of
these very fashionable and well-tailored suits.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNEfc OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
The Henry Wnterhouso Trust Co.
today received tho following message
from .1. A. rainier, who has boon vis
iting tho Volcano, and la returning In
the Mauna Loa:
"Extenslvo eruption of tho Volcano.
Last Saturday night tho lava rose fif
ty feet In tho pit. Tho reflection waH
visible both at llllo and Honuapo."
Superintendent of Mails Ford, wbo
worked against tho reappointment of
Flsk of San Francisco, 1b Indefinitely
suspended by the postmaster.
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
Hon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. MARCH 23. 1908
W. O. Smith states that his nomina
tion for National Committeeman,
which was mado by Chns. Ilooth at the
precinct meeting of tho Ninth Pre
cruet last Saturday, came ns a sur
prise to hint.
"Mr. Uooth had never consulted
with mo nor spoken to me about the
matter," said Smith today. I know
nothing about It, and I have thought
no moro about It since then."
ADMIRAL BJP HSKK
Admiral Hockley, has convoyed his
compliments to tho Inter-Island Steam
hhlp Company and. In the best of good
will toward all connected with the
company, has resigned.
ncckley took this action this morn
ing. "I liavo nothing but. tho host
wishes for the Inter-Island," said tho
Admiral this noon. "I shall keep ray
Btock. I. wish tho company every suc
cess, and Manager Konnedy partic
ularly. I have no harsh words for
SAITO BACK FROM
Mlkl Salto, tho Japanese Consul
General, who left tawu laBt Friday
on a tour around this Island, re
turned yesterday. In an Interview
this morning, Salto said:
"To begin with I wish to express
my thanks nnd nppreclatldn to J. J.
Dowllng, manager of tho Koolau-Ka-huku
Hn II road Company, and to Mr.
Chalmers, manager of tho Walma
nalo plantation. Tlioy received mo
very cordially. Tho treatmont of the
.lapancHo laborers by them Is excel
lent, nnd, from my own observation,
I can say that tho Japanese- are very
much pleased with their treatment.
Mr, Dowllng Is well liked by his men.
Ho speaks Jupancso very well and ho
converses with tho men freely. When
Mr. Dowllng was In Kobe, Japan, he
was a teacher In A Japanese high
school. He was In Japan for nine
years and It Is therefore very fortu
nate for those Japanese nt ICoolau
to have him thoro.
"My principal object In golnn
n round tho Island was to Inspect the
Japaneso schools at Hcola and Wala-
lua. I found them In excellent con
dition and thoro wns no complaint
from the parents or tho teachers.
"I think, with n largo tract of
land In Koolau, somo largo agricul
tural undertakings can bo engaged
In with profit. Water Is plentiful
and tho soil la apparently rjch. I
understand that tho Walmanalo Su
Rar Company will produco B000 tons
of sugar this year."
Dr. Hodglns was this morning mado
!n American citizen, his petition for
naturalization being granted by Judgo
Dole. Dr. Wayson and Harry Uruns
appeared nB witnesses. Dr. Hodglns
has hcon a resident of tho Territory
for about ten years.
(Lewers & Cooke Bldg.)
WASHINGTON, D. C,
March 12, 100S.
Editor R v c n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
A systematic campaign Is now being
carried on to secure tho consent of
Iio Speaker and tho House leaders to
havo tho Pearl Harbor bill consid
ered. The prospects now seem favorablo
for' Success In this respect, although
consideration Is not llkelyto be had
until after the general Naval Pill
haB passed the House.
Preliminary work Is also being
dono to protect the measure In tho
There has been some reation to
fear that thn ehalrmnn of tho Sen
atu Commltteo on 'Naval Affairs Is
not friendly to tho measure, but
Bomo'ot our Senatorial friends will
endeavor to offset that.
One of the "Illg Klvo" of tho House
said to me today that ho favored au
thorizing the beginning nt Pearl Har
bor, but felt that tho appropriations
lor Immediate work would have to
be cut. He 'also expressed tho senti
ment voiced by a number of mem
bers In the Houso that It would be
better to substitute a steel floating
NEW BOAT TliSTLD
AID ,01 (01(1
Tho steamship Mauna Km hence
forth sets the paco for the BtoauiBhlp
'service of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Olvo us as good as the Mauna Koa
and we shall bo satlsfled," Is surely
to bo the slogan of the people who
want hotter transportotlon between
the Islands and to tho Pacific Coast.
This Is tha practically unanimous
sentiment of the one hundred and
fifty-odd rcprcsentntlvo citizens who,
as guests of tho company, were par
ticipants In tho steamer's first ex
cursion in Island waters.
P. C. Jones went so fnr ns to stato
that It the Mauna Kca wero running
between Honolulu and tho Coast he
would take It In profcrenco to any
thing that sails out of Honolulu ex
cept perhaps tho very largest
The Mauna Kea has every appoint
ment that comfort command nnd,
when compared with former Island
passenger boats, Is luxurious. Tho
Btatorooms nro large and airy. The
dining salon Is better than half tha
ocean liners on this ocean. The so
cial hall Is attractive, particularly so
rn account of the splendid piano
which MIsb Droler presented the ship.
(Continued ox Pajre 4.)
COI'P In this city. March 22, 1908,
Miss I.j din Copp, aged IS )cars,
Itcmalns nt Honolulu Undertaking
Don't miss tho linen sale nt Mom's
it you want to save money In fine
tnblo linen. Sco ad In tills Issuo.
the latest and most sanitary
Soda Water Fountain
made entirely of glass and
marble. It will soon be open
ed by an expert dispenser at
liol lister Drug Co.
dock for the concrete dock provided
In tho bill.
It Is going to require very careful
planning to prevent this substitution
being made In the Houso.
With tho approval of Mr. Mates,
wo nro now arranging to send a per
sonal letter to every member of tho
House nnd Senate, and to 200 of tho
leading papers of tho country, en
closing a copy of tho Pearl Harbor
hill and report. The President has
personally congratulated Mr. Ilatoi
on the strong wording of this report
and the Inclusion of tho map as a
part of It, and somo of tho Uastern
papers havo commented very favor
ably on Its arguments. A special re
print of the report ha been secured
In the House' for lhVpurioao of this
distribution. J v '
A voto will lie linl on "tlio mull
Mibsldy measure In the Senate on tho
SOtu nf March, and nt the, request of
somo of our friends In the Houso, we
aro not pressing our bill for foreign
passenger steamer privilege until nf
tor tho fate of the subsidy mcasuro
Is more nearly determined.
Very truly yours,
Delegate to Congress.
lb iC ti 1U.T
Superintendent of Public Works
Xtnrston Campbell, who mado himself
tho most popular membar of tho Gov
ernor's Maul party at Keanao, by
promising definitely tlmt a boiler anil
engine should bo Instnlled at thu land
ing there to run tho derrick for tho
landing or freight, Is preparing to
carry out his promise- without delay.
Tho boiler which ho was Intending
to Bend to Keanao ho finds has been
loaned to tha Federal Movernmeni, hut
he has taken stops to havo it returned,
and stated this morning that tbo hon
or and engine' will bo sent to Keanao
probably on noxt Friday. Jlramlo
Mono of tho Works Department, will
go along to Install tho hoisting plant.
Ono of tho principal matters Inves
tigated by Campbell on Maul was tho
I.ahalna water supply. Ho camo to
tho conclusion that tho complaints
which havo been made, that tho largo
r-mount of sickness at I.ahalna and at
l.iihaliialunn school wori caused by
bid water, wero well founded and
that something must bo dono to cor
rect the ovll. Campbell took a twelve
mllo tramp up tho valley to seo for
himself tho condition nt things. Ho
found that tho water Is contaminated
by cattlo on tho pall abovn, urn! that
there aro dwellings nnd tarn patches
bo situated that they aro a source of
danger to tho community as tho In
tnko Is now located..
Superintendent Campbell stated
this morning that tho amount of
money needed to mako tho system
(Continued ei Pace 8)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 21.
SUGAR: 06 degree' Centrifugals, 4.25
cents, or $83. per ton. Previous quo
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 3d, Par
ity, 4.37 cents. Previous quotation,
lis. 4 1 -2d.
After the Show
A Dainty Supper
or Light Refreshments at
Alexander Young Cafe
Society and Chur
That gambling la carried on wllh
In sight of the police station by
churches, charities, noctety nnd offi
cial was the charge made this morn
ing In open court in the Police Cnuit.
Judge A nil rack' answered that these
people ran tho same risks ns the Ori
entals who worn brought befoio him
on such chnrgos.
The charge wns mado by O. K.
Chllllngworth, who appeared ns coun
sel for a bunch of twelve Jnpancto
who were charged with shooting
"('.ambling Is n very serious oi-
ON KINAU'S RUN
"Pete" Phillips Will
Purser Of Crack
A commllleo mooting of tho Inter
Isiinit r'i- -' dilp Company directors
wan held thin morning, and it wns
.. .,.ik ...u. iio now Mauna Keu, tho
flagship of tho fleet, Bhould go out on
the Klnau's regular run tomorrow,
She will lenvn at noon from tho Klnau
wharf and will rcturu tho same dati1
as would tho Klnau.
It wbb also derided that Admiral
ltecklcy bhall not go out on tho crack
vessel ns purser. "Peto" I'lillllp3, tlm
popular man who has hold that posi
tion on tho Klnau for tho past fow
months, will have tho honor of purser
on (ho first regular voyage. It was
stated at thu Inter-Inland offlro this
morning thai the Admiral Is not nec
essarily pau with tho company.
Utter on. It thu trado Justifies It, tho
Mauna Kea will bo ruu on n much
Her passenger accommodations nro
almost all taker, up fur thu trip to
Hawaii ports tomorrow. Queen u.
uokalunl and Mrs, Ala are among
thoso booked for thu vojage
We ship Papaias,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 s. rnti. raomc is.
STYLE No. 474. PBI0E $4.50.
v Manufacturers' Shoe
P.O. Bos 409. CO., XttdL Jhone 882
PRICE 5 CENTS
tfciiso." said Chllllngworth In open
. nig It l.i argument "It Is frowned
uowu upon Ii) high officials. Judges
and good mm lety. It Is winked at by
tome nnd un-wliikeil nt by others.
However. If all tho officials and pen
plo who tnko part In gnmbllng games
were (nought hero every time they
gambled, tlioy would bo here by thn
hundreds. Unmbltng is carried on
by churches and charities nnd Mime
timet It Is carried on within sight
of the police rtallon."
'(Innibllng may go on In iHlie'r
fflnntiniiftil on Pace i
SCHEME TO BUILD
ROAD AROUND OAHU
McCandless Offers To Be
One Of 20 To Raise
l.lnlc McCandli'sn is backing n
EChema to have n good macadamized
road built around the Island by prl-'
Vato means. Ho Is willing to put up
5,000 In, hard cash, provided nine
teen other pub'llc-splrltcd cltlzons
will do the same, tho total of S100,
000 to be spent ns stated.
"Vi? Ihnvo said that I am will
ing tu bo ono of twenty men to con
tribute to a fund of 1100.000," cnld
McCunilloss this morning. "That
would bo S5.000 for my share This
road should ha mncadamltoil through
out, nnd should tako the proposed
rnuto from the other sldu of Kniuolie
across to Ahulmanu nnd emerging at
Kualala, tuich as was proposed In tho
l.eglslntnro somo years ago. This
would cut off considerable distance,
nnd easy grades would bo estnhllBhe'U
in place of tho short, Ftccp hllls
which ono tlnils on the old road. .Qn'.
tho rest of the road similar cjiangda
should be made ill tho location wher
ever It In ndvlsable. , '.
"It Ik my Idea that the money, If
it Is raised, should bo spent nnd 'the
road built privately, after thu con
rent of thu County had been obtain
to commence figuring on
Let us show you 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
f ' . ' " - - ' '-''"