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From San Francisco:
Alaimclii MnrJ 27
Miinclittrln Mar. IIU
For San Francisco :
llHotilnii . . ....... Mar. 21
Mongolia . . ......... .,Mnr. 1!X
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Mnana Apr. (i 1
Mnrninu Apr. 1
VOL. X. NO. 3960
aft iliir ksPM
"Tlinso people who tiro ' ItilMn.t
tig-Must tlic iiiiiiiluutlnu of Tn ft !."-'
ctiiifo ho la tho friend uf llic 'hlllp-j
pines inntlit Id fctop iiml tlilnk .i
while," trnlil A. I.. C. Atkinson ji'sler-j
layi ftcrtinriii. i
"7 don't Fro luiw nnyouo ran think j
uf Tuft ill! mi oiioui of Hawaii. Tliilt J
I nil wrong. -Wli.it Is nunc, It Is
bad Judgment to oppose lilm.
"What If Tuft nliimtil ho elected
I'roililcnt? Did nu ovur Htup l(i
Hilnk of that? What bund wagon
would Hawaii lo In?
"Eorctary Taft Ikih helped Hawaii
right and loU. I In did a gicul deal
luf inn when t was In Washington on
tiovoritl'ioiit bualneiiB. Ho helped
(iovcmnr (uilo. lid has- helped
The leadern of tho Democratic par
ty have diiriiiK the punt few weeks
hern biiKy poi-foctlng changes of
great Iinpnrttiiico In the party 05
g.inUnlloii and rules. Tim principal
i-linngcii In the rules have been Hitch
art would lend to make thu supeivl
.Inii of tint v.tiloim points In each
pieoluct by H new kyslcui of uiuoll
ment by iiicaiiH of n curd ityutcui, iiml
by the division of each picclnct lulu
five. Hiib-urecltietH, each of which Is
In bo represented by a member on
llic preeliKt central tnnimltteo. This
feature, as well iih nther now ones,
Ib (!plalicil In (be following elieiilar
which the Central Coiuuilttcu In pic
turing to pcnd bionilctint to nil thu
precincts u tlio iHlands:
To tho DoinneriiN of the Tcnli)r of
Thu rapbllv Increasing numeric il
hlieuglh of our party lliimishuut Ihlti
Tfirllnrj lnm undo It neeetnary to
cffict. up rather to complito. Ps or
ganization roi-thivltli. It is for this
pmposo that the plan of oigtinlzallnn)
and thn rules and regulations have,
b en published nnd distributed. Thorn
v ho ipccIvii n ropj of tlie piuiphlet
Mioiild reail the rniuu etrcfiilly mid
en-operate at onco with tho Iny.il parly
men and adherents In llielr various,
picclncls fin thu purport' of idurgti'i-
UR NEW SPRma
bvcii new xorK uustom House is now complete.
We haveSergC3, Black Undressed Worsteds,
Cheviots, light Sprinc and Summer Suiti. clothes
of all kinds, but of only ONE QUALITY,
Vou can't make a mistake by (jetting yourself ono of
these very fashionable and well-tailored suits,
CORNER OF TORT
Aggressive Advertising does the most good when your business needs it most
. Evening Bulletin
3:80 O'CLOCK Brighten Up the Dull Spots with Bulletin Publicity EDIT BON
. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. MARCH 26. 1908
ii immio' K viir Not personally,
rinti -da nut in mu won tor itiui
il. "ic"ini'at nf the Tcrrilniy nf llu-l
v. i'l Did jim ever i tup to think
i . It-it T.ifl could do If he unco ot
rut In (.pp(io Hawaii? Don t joii
I now that nil thin fortification uin
rliurllim that l.i Kiting on lit tho
win I; of Tuft? That In, It Ih uiikIu on
H-o' iccnnimemtntlou of his depait
ineiit, anil hi) has Riven It all thu pcr
nouul (itnl ufilrliil Kiipport Unit ho
"'Say, If Ttifl Is mi enemy of Ha
vvall, I would like to sen any better
work tint h:m been done by homo
of our friends, alleged frlcndK, or
iinpitcd friends In tlie list of Pres
Izlng uiider the rules as mioii tin poa
slblo Odlecm In precincts tilroad
oiganlzvd vlfl contlniid to hold their
luspeetlw unices until vacated under
these rules. It Is highly essential lli.il
the rules phoiibl ho faithfully fril
lowed In nil rarcn, so that uniformity
of pioccdiiro may bo obtained through
out thu Tcrillory and tho party busi
ness thereby ,o handled wjili gicat9r
expedition and effcctlvcneas.
The Tcrrllorhil Cent nil Committee,
'hrougli Its scerotary, slionlcd bo
jiiomptly nnd fully advised of all unit
tors relating to party organization, n
nil Its rnnilflctillnns; us It Is upon the
accuracy nnd roniplclcncsH of such In
litruiallon that this coinmlttco bus to
depend for Intelligent direction and
fiction In tho iiinnai;Diiicut of a cam
paign. Tho siibdlvlsltm of preclnctH, r feal
me of Hindi Importance, Is Inti duccd
rnr the first lluic In order tn divide
Iho' woik of the 1'ioclnct Central Coin
mitten and uliould piovu highly cue
ceSHfpl In seciiilug thorough ami sys-
iLiuntlc enrollment, of all Democrats,
provided, the right kind of men tiro
available In the siili-preclnds to pur.
form tho diitlrn outlined In Iho rules,
(llvo IIiIb milder the coiihldeiatloti It
deserves, put your most rolialilo work
lira In cliargo of theso sub-precincts
i.nil tlio llrst Blcim toward u general
(Continued on Page 4)
STOCK of Suits tailored by this
AND HOTEL STREETS. ,
TARIFF PLATFORM IS OUTLINED
OF TERRITORY BEGIN CAMPAIGNING
WILL HAVE NEW
Board ol Directors For
A meeting of the board of direct
ors of the Seamen's Institute was
held this monnlng and tho olflccis
nnd directors for the next torm vcro
elected. Tho following men wrm
elected to aervn as dliectors mil II
Dec. 31, 110: ltobort Lcwcrs, J. M.
Oat, C. I.. Wight, V. A. fichnofcr, T.
M. Swaiizy, W. W. North.
The directors thcii, elected the. nT
llcora for tho ensuing yenr, ns fol
lows:' I'icslilcnt, V. A. Hehaofor,
vlco president, A. 8. Cleghorn; trc.is
iii or, W. W. Hall; nccrctnry, C. It.
Athcrtoii. The oxccutlvu comniltt"0
will b cnmponeil of Uio follovvlr.g:
(nlitalli Kitllor, W. W. Hall ami J.is.
(Icucr.'il illRciisslmi ronccrnlug Ilia
now hall for the Institute wits In
dulged In, nnd tho various members
nil seemed heartily In favor of tho
piiipositlnu. Favorable- reports wore
made. Considerable money litis been
raised by mibserlptlnu already to
w,u ds tho building of tho hall,
which will bo used for a reception
and lecture room. It will bo com
pleted It) Iho time tho Klcot arrives
Wlrclcsa Kxpert Arthur A. Is- i
bell was on duty Inst night at
tho Nr.vnl wlrelens station and V
"talked" with tho Hllonluh. Tho ?
following ' message was sent to
1 Cast'o &. Cooke, and Iho Press:
On Hoard H. H. llllouliin. v
Klght p. ni. Threo hundred ?
sovonly miles off Honolulu.
Siuooth. All well.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 25.
SUGAR: 90 degree Centrifugals, lis.
3d. Parity, 4.37 cents, Previous
quotation, lis. 21-4d.
J. HOPP & CO..
(Lcwers & Cooke Bldg.)
HAVE A SODA
From Our New Fountain.
Fort StreeU1 i Jhone 43.
V " u)
There can be no such thing ns nil-
orso poshccslnn of crown lands, and
, any attempt to get posbesiloii of such
' lands in wero KMcrved to Jhu crown,
, in l.ljf Ureal Mnheto of 1S4R falls to
thu gioutul, according to tho opinion
tendered by tho Supremo Court this
morning In the ctn.o of tho Territory
versus Moses I'uiihl, I.lzzlo l'ualtt,
pud T.im I'ong.
Thu defendants tn this case at
tacked tho Oreat Mnhojo anil claim
ed that they hcldjOioilnuils In qucs-
ttlon b adverse possession, lly con
tent tho value ofth0.' lands was plac
ed at jr., (ion, which will allow of
the question 'being passed up to tho
Supreme Court of tho United States
for dual hcttlcmcnt.
Tho Territory brought suit to re
cover possession of ccrtnlu lands at
WnlklkP, consisting of. 39. 19 acres,
which It was alleged tho defendants
hud wrongfully taken Into their pos
session. Tho defendants admitted
that tho land vvns reserved by Kn
inchninchn III. for his own use and
-ownership by act of Juno 7, 1848,
nnd that It bad not been alienated
by any of his heirs or successors In
title or by the Commissioners of
Crown hands, tho Provisional (lov
ernment. Republic of Hawaii, tho
United Stntca or tho Territory. Thoy
offered to piove that In 18U3 ono
I'tuikal was living on the land In
open and notorious possession; that
Moses I'imlit was bom upon tho
land and that tho land wns conveyed
to him In 1870 by I'unkal, and Hint
I'uiihl and those claiming under him
lun-o resided on tho land in open,
notorious and oxcluslvo possession
ever blnce. Tho lower court, how
ever, decided In favor nf the plain
tiff, nnd (lie "ease was appealed to
the Supremo. Court, going up on ex
ceptions. Tho" Supremo Court over
rules these exceptions. Tho court
holds that after thu net of January 3,
1805, crown lands vvoro tho nronerty
of tho King In his sovereign anil In
alienable, which would be Kiiluclcnt
to prevent tho ripening of any tllo
by prescription, Tho trial court vvnu
(Continued on Puce 5)
We ship Papains,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
in our Safe Deposit Vaults will cost
you just 50o a month, or five dollars
lor the year.
That's pretty cheap Insurance on
your Jewelry and Valuables, of
whatever sort they may be.
Most people would give that much
just to be sure that they are safe.
But, when Ihere is a Are or burglary,
and they are saved because they arc
in our Safe Deposit Vaults, it comes
home with double force. Rent one
now 50c a month.
Fort St. H'.noluln
FEED SAILORS AT
Twenty Men Are Still
"On The Beach"
It was reported n short time ago
that tltero were "forty men on the
beach." At one time thcro wero at
least the ahovo number of sailors tn
Honolulu who wero without work
and hud no Immediate prospects of
getting any. They wero a mournful
lot, wnndcrlng around the water
front with long faces and dreary
words. Tho Astral sailed off with a
Jupnncso crow, nnd this accentuated
the situation, for many of thn men
expected to be able to ship on tho
Standard Oil boat.
Honey doesn't Inst long with a sea
man after he has been In jiort for u
low days, and soon tho huskies who
were accustomed to three chows a
ilny began to feci the effects of n de
cided cut In their kau-kail. So, ns
all sailors do, they went to tho local
Seamen's Institute, nnd put up their
rtory. Superintendent Kverton de
cided that ho would do what ho could
to relievo. tho had state of affairs,
nud at thirprcscut tlmo he Is dish
ing out two light meals a day to the
Impecunious mariners. Ho Is feeding
about twenty men n day at the Sail-
ot s' home, and a number of the fel
lows are given a bed for the night.
It ,ls reported that n number of
tho seamen stowed away on tho It.
1. Illthut when site sailed for tho
Coast, but this seems rather Improb
able r- rv - ' watch kept on
tho ship. Ii iv lii nultco-
rblo fact that tho uuiuoci tf Bailors
bumming around the streets has de
creased of late. Most of tho men
loaf around thn rooms of tho Sailors'
Homo during tho day.
Among tho passengers who will ar
rive. In tho Mongolia from tho Orient
tomorrow aro tho members of tm
Asahl routiil-tlio-world party, who wvll
bo met hero hy H. F. Cluwaop, a rup
rcsentatlvo of Cook & Son, thu fam
ous tourist agents. Wlillo In Hono
lulu tho party, which counts flfty-Bev-tn
members, nil Japanese, Including
nowbpapor representatives, will bo
taken to tho Pall, tho aquarium, and
will sco as many of tho other bIrMi
of tho city iib their tlmo allows. Thoy
will go on tn tho innlnlnnd In the
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tation of being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain same It by keep
ing at work.
till you have a good appe
tite. Then try a light supper
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
gon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
UNCLE JOE IS
SPRINGFIELD, 111., March 2G. The Republican State Convention
in session here today, indorsed Speaker Cannon for nomination as Pres
ident. The convention platform, which presumably reflects the views of
Cannon nifd-thc "standpatters," declares for tariff "adjustment."
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March CO. I. W. Chang and M. W. Chdn,
Koreans, were today charged with the murder ot D. W. Stevens, special
counsellor of Japan.
The Japanese of the city propose to er:ct a monument in memory
of the great work done for Japan by Stevens.
TAKAHIRA DEErLY GRIEVED
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20. Japanese Ambassador Takahirs'
ioday gave expression to his profo-nl r:gTet nt the death of D. W. i
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. March
bery have been returned against Abe Ruef, Tirey L. Ford and President'
Calhoun, to avoid the errors of previous indictments that failed.
i . . m j
PACIFIC 'QUAKE RECORDED
WASHINGTON. D. C, March 28.
here Wednesday. The center of the
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March
arrested bcrc today.
A most onjoynbin gathering took
plnco at the hnmu of Dr. V. 11. Hens,
government phyrlctnu nt llnna, Muul,
on tho evening of tho 17th, tho (loca
tion being the marriage of .Miss Irene
Gladys Low Is, a sister of Mrs. Dens,
to Karl W. II. Iloundahl, manager n(
liana store. Thu ceremony vvns per
loaned hy Itev. Canon Ault. of Wnl
liiku. J, C. Austin, manager of thu'
Hawaiian American Rubber Co., act
ed us best man, and Miss Iluth Mil
ward Dens was maid of honor. After
tho ceremony, which wus pel formed
according to tho rltea of thu ICplscop
at church, a reception was held during
which tlio cake vvns cut by tho Itrldo
nnd toasts wero drunk to tho young i
couple, the hosts nnd others, Tho
young coupla wero tho recipients ofl
many beautiful nnd useful gifts, Diu-i
Ing Iho recoptlnn tho hrldu and groom
slipped into n waiting cairlngo mull
were quickly rowed out to tho steam-1
or Clniidlno, on which they departed
fur Honolulu on tholr honeymoon.-
STYLE No. 474. PRICE $4.50.
Manufacturers' Shoe '
P. 0. Box 469. CO. Xltd. Phon8 282
At this season raids upon the)
family treasury are more frequent
and disastrous than usual. The gift
list is long the resources of the
family purse arc tested severely.
Without the aid of the
which simplify and systematize the
buying, and save dollars and dimes
in many directions these resources
would be exhausted.
PRICE 5 CENTS
FOR 'FRISCO GRAFTERS
26. Three new indictments for bri
An earthquake was recorded
temblor was apparently in the
26. Four Italian anarchists 'were
Thn rtlllRO for tlm iinii.rfiltn-n tit llinJ
ruble ship Itestorer to tills port will
ho one of tho matters taken up at thu
meeting or tho Merchants' Association
to bti hold tomorrow afternoon. Tho
sblti spends a lurgo amount uf money
iu thu city and somo merchants aro
Inclined to bollovo tho attempt to tax
tho ship and make certain jiort
charges Is a mistake.
Iu tho matter of l.ylo A. Dickey vs.
Win. C. Ciimmlugs ct al, n suit Iu
equity for tho partition of u lot at Ka
molllllll, Honolulu, now occupied hy
Kninal, Judge Lindsay has Issued a
docreo udjinlgliig Knuiai tho owner',
ot tho laud nud lllrcctliig Hint a deed ,
bo given him. '
Tho mnny friends of John II Knos,
thn iHtpiilar contraHor of Honolulu,
aro to meet him lit 7:30 nt tho Cathe
dral this evening, when ho Is to be
married to Mlsn Kinllla Sllva.
J. Krugcr has brought suit ttgulnit
Kiiwnnnnaktia for JjOO alleged in bo
duo on n promissory note.
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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