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Mimchurln Mar. 31)
For San Francisco:
Mongolia Mnr. 28
Alameda ; ....Apr. 1
N'evmlan Apr. 4
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Marntna ...Apr. 1
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 nurse are 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.
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' VOL. X. NO. 3962
12 PAGfeS-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. MARCH 28. 1908-12 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
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United States Gets
Tim Mnhuka puhllc-hullding ulto
mutter la now concluded anil Hut
United States Is the owner of tliu
rite, subject only to tho approval tit
tlio title by tlio Attorney General at
Washington. The papers were sent
tti Washington tjila morning tin tlio
Mongolia liy the United Stales Dis
trict Attotney. There Ik little doubt
hilt that the title will bo found to be
mi right nnd that tho whole matter
will ho fliinlly adjusted by April IG.
It. S. District Attorniiy HreckonB has
written to the Department of Jus
II to to rulilo him ns soou as the title
lins been passed tiion, and ho ex
pects to lcielve tlm messago by tho
middle of next month.
It may take a Utile longer for the
MAIINA KEA TRIP
Songs Will 3e Composed
In Honor Of New
A very largo crowd of intcreste-J
spcetntors greeted the flagship Mnu
n i Ken, Captain Kreeman, of tho
Inter-Island tleet, tills morning as
the came alongside her dock at the
loot of Nuu.inu street. Sho brought
a largo list of distinguished passen
gers, among whom was Cfucen 1,111
uoknhinl. who made tho round ttlp on
Captain Freeman said that the
Maumi Kea arrived nt Lalmlna after
ft o'clock last TucBdny, Nearly nil
tho people of Lahulnn were nt the
whaif or along the sea beach to see
tho boat. The natives of Hawaii
liavo already composed a song for
the now Inter-Islam! liner. It will
toon bo sung by tho crew of tho
Mutttin Kea, who aio good singers.
Tho Queen, It Is said, will com
pose u new song In memory of her
ti Ip on tho steamer. She Is n recog
nized Hawaiian musician and her
new composition will bo quite an
addition to her collection.
A number of the passengers who
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We have in a new lot of Washable Tubular Silks, in
nil colors and varieties of patterns. The nobbiest, hand
somest ties you could want, in the very latest shades.
Also fancy silks of all kinds.
The very best shirts sold anywhere. Those made by
Wilson Bros., and the S t'a r and 0 1 u et t Shirts
cannot be equaled.
All tho latest Spring Patterns.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Territory lo acquire tltlo to tho
street, but thta matter Is expected
to be adjusted shortly. It Is neces
sary that It be, as the appropriation
for paying for the site expires on
July IS, Attorney General Hemen
way Is huriylng the matter along.
Condemnation proceedings were
brought by the United States to ac
quire title to the sttc. These were
only of n friendly nuturo and wcro
brought so as to clear the title.
There Is as yet no appropriation
for ai4ul)llc, building, but news from
Washington Is to the effect that ft
public building bill will probably be
passed by Congress, and It Is hoped
that Honolulu may bo Included In
tho provisions of this measure.
BUND .Id KuTOS
Yushlknwn Kltaro, a Japanese who
has been acting as an informer for
thu polite In n number of cases which
resulted In tho nrtest of many Jap-
anoso on charges of selling liquor
without a license, was last evening
given n hrntal heating by soma of the
men against whom ho had given evi
dence. He was set upon nt u lark
placo In I'alama, and beaten by tho
men, who Bald that ho had cost them
a good deal of money and that thoy
were going to got oven with him.
Kltaro claimed to bo able to recog
nizo sonio of his assnllants, and on his
statement two men linvo been arrest
ed, one, Yoshlknwa, for assault with
a weapon, and the other, Kawamoto,
for assault nnd battery.
Fred T. 1. Watorhouso. accompa
nied by Mrs. Watorhouso. returned
lyestenlay on tho S. S. Mongolia from
tho rubber countries of Asia. Mr,
! Watorhouso said to n II u 1 1 o 1 1 u mat)
that his trip abroad has done him
much good, both from business and
physical points of view.
"When I was In tho rubber coun
tries," said Waterhousc, "I found that
tho method of growing rubber trees
thcio Is in somo Instances different
from ours. Thoy row the snnio kind
of rubber treos thero as wo do hcic.
On account of tho cllmato tho trees
grow very splendidly. As yet I hpi
nothing of particular Intcicst to glvo
I out I will niako my full report In n
May Prefer Charges
Against Owners Of
United State Shipping Commis
sioner Harry Almy bns received nn
answer from his 'written report to
tho officials nt Washington concern
ing tho "Eclipse" dlsuster recently,
and, If surmises may be allowed, It
Is probable thut the United States
(lovernment will tnke the matter up
with the owners of the vessel or
those who were, according to tho af
fidavits of the sailors, responsible for
the loss of the vessel and two lives.
The siory of "tho foundered vessel
is fresh In tho minds of everyone in
Hawaii, How tho ship was first
struck by lightning, how she began
to leak, and how Anally the water
to poured Into the vessel that the
mou were forced to abandon her and
tnk to the open boats,- It In all woll
known here. And It Is not forgotten
how those gaunt, starved, skeletons
of men, with tenrs of self-pity roll
ing down their sunken cheeks, told
that the open boats, tho lifeboats,
tho boats that were supposed to bo
always ready for such an emergency,
were rotten hulks.
Ilotton, rotten hulks they were,
and tho men wore forced to work
tteadlly for what seemed to them n
century, constantly balling out the
flcsh-catlng brine Hint literally
poured Into tho vessol. And the peo
ple heie have not forgotten that two
men died raving crozy on this ac
count. And so the locnl Shipping Com
missioner sent the newspapor ac
counts us woll as the affidavits of
tho sailors to tho proper officials at
Washington, and an anBwer was re
ceived yesterday. In this It Is stated
that tho mutter has been referred to
the Collector of Customs nnd the
Shipping Commissioner at San Fran
cisco, nnd they 'will tnko it up. It
Is not unlikely that somo serious
charges may he preferred ugainit
the owners of tho vessel.
The Flset Is comina. Let us clean
up the City.
Have You Tried
II ol lister Drug Co.
J. HOPP & CO.,
(Lewers & Cooke BIdg.)
C. P. IAUKEA WILL
RUN FOR OFFICE
To Be Active Principal
in Campaign, Says
MEN OF FIFTH KICK
AT ROBERTSON'S RULE
Achi Tells More About the Proposed
Plans of His New Local
"In regard to tlio report that Sher
iff Iaukea is contemplating retiring
from office you may say that thu
Sheriff will bo back from Koua on
April 4. He Is much Improved In
health, and will be nblo to take up
his duties with renewed vigor. He
will be nn active principal in the com
The' atjovu statement, was made thlu
morning by Chief of Detectives A. P.
Taylor, who Is tho Sheriff's right hand
man, nnd who has been In correspond
ence with him during his absence on
Hawaii. This is tho first announce
ment that Iaukea would bo In tho ring
in tho coming campaign, but whether
ho aspires for tho office of sherlrf or
Mayor Is problematical, and Taylor
would glvo no Information in this line.
It Is generally conceded thnt If tho
Sheilff runs for any office It will bo
as a Civic Federation or an Independ
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tt Pastor Felmy received the tt
It nows by n recent mall of a gift of tt
tt $5000 for the German Lutheran tt
tt church. The gift Is from Mrs. It
tt Isonberg of Ilremeli. tt
n :: n tt a :t tt tt ti m h :t :t a n n
ON THE WJIER WM
and 'a very good thing. Tho world la
rapidly getting on a strictly prohibi
tion basis. Thosa who have become
accustomed to alcoholic stimulant
thoulil uso Tansan tho water that
Is refreshing as well as u natural
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal March 17.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Sects, lis,
4 l-2d. Parity, 4.40 cents. Previous
quotation, Us. S l-4d.
in our Safe Deposit Vaults will cost
you just 50c 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 ore safe.
But, when there is a fire or burglary,
and they are saved because they are
in our Safe Deposit Vaults, it comes
home with double force. Rent one
now 50c a month.
Fori St. HcpoI'jI" '
Whitney Tells Of What
Happened At Wailuku
Term Of Court1
Deputy Attorney Uenerul Whitney
returned this morning from Maul,
where he has been representing tho
Government at Judge Kepoikat's
term of court. His story of the
quashing of all tho indictments by
Judgo Kepolkal on the ground that
the Deputy Attorney General had not
leen specially commissioned to rep
resent the Territory In the court of
the Second Circuit ngrces with what
has already been published In tho
I! u 1 1 o 1 1 n . Ho says that he was
introduced by the Judge to tho
Grand Jury nn tho Deputy Attorney
General and tho Judgo told the In
aulsltorlal body that Mr. Whitney
would present tho cases for the Ter
ritory. Yet, on top of tills, tho
Judge granted the motion to quash,
haBed on the ground thut Whitney
was net specially commissioned to
appear in that court. Why this mo
tion should hnvo been granted ho
cannot see, as lie had appeared bo
foro In the same court as Deputy At
torney General, and his commission
us such permits of his appearing In
any of the Territorial courts as the
tepresentnttve of tho Territory.
As soon as n special commission
hail been rccolved from Honolulu, In
accordance with his request by wire
less, the Grand Jury was again re
convened, tho cases again presented
and new liidl" H brought. It
took nearly 3' , i t Ii1,,t the
prisoners re-Indicted. . ... wo . ill
tried and found guilty. Mr. Whit
ney says that the statement that the
.lupaneso murderer was allowed to
escape is an error, as he was re-nr-rested
within ten minutes from tho
time ho wns released by the quash
ing of the Indictment against him.
m W iiiiFiiift
Yesterday pioved to bo a record
breaker with Seciotary Mott-Smltlt In
the number of certificates of Hawaiian
birth Issued. Thero wero twenty of
these, eighteen to Chlneso and two to
Japanese, it kept tho Secretary busy
this morning signing his namo to
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
We ship Papaias,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
KINO. PHONE IS,
till you have a good appe
tite. Then try a light supper .
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College HiUi in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
(;on leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
day. "1 114
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Fleet To Visit
Auckland; Evans III
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 28. Admiral Evans is coming to San
Francisco on the flagship Conncctic-it to go to mineral springs.
The battleship Connecticut will rejoin the Fleet, which will come
from Magdalena Bay under Admiral Thon.es.
TO VISIT AUCKLAND
It is announced that the Fleet will visit Auckland, New Zealand, on
its way to Australia.
Admiral Sebree's squadron, contisting of the Tennessee, the Califor
nia and the Washington, has arrived at Monterey Bay.
TELLURIDE, Col., March 28. Former Adjutant General Wells who
was active in suppressing the labor troubles o( Colorado, had his house
wrecked today by dynamite. He suffered no serious personal injury.
BOMB KILLS AT UNEMPLOYED MEETING
NEW YORK, N. Y., March ,28. Two men were killed and a num
ber injured today by a bomb exploded during a demonstration of the un
employed in Union Square.
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BULLETIN MEN FREE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 28. Owner Camithers and Editor
Older of the San Francisco Bulletin have been acquitted by the jury.
They were on trial for libeling Tevis,
STORY FROM HILO
A weird story comes down from
Hllo In legard to the posslblo new ap
pointments to fill vacancies In tlio
Circuit judgeships. According to this
take, when tho term of Judgo Harvey
expires, tlio placo Is to be filled by
tho appointment of S. K. Kneo, now
the prosecuting attorney. This, It Is
calculated, will satlsly tho native le
nient, who might bo disturbed at hav
ing both placed filled by lmoles. This
will Icavo an opening for a white man
on Maui, and accordlngto tho Hllo
dopesters, District Magistrate l'rank
Andrado of Honolulu Is to bo appoint
ed to Judgo Kcpolkal'B placo.
i This theory may have been created
by tho fact that Judgo Kcpolkal's ot
poncnts" actually did promUo Andrado
to support him for tho vacancy
Meanwhile, Go-rnor Ifrear Is Bay
ing nothing. When asled v,hat ho
P. 0. Box 400.
.'jjaSkMl. . ,.t,
has dono or Is going to do In the mat
ter, ho smiles blandly and usks. "Why
should I do anything? Tho President
makes tho appointment, not I." Yot
It Is probable, as Is usual III such
cases, that the President will call up
on tho Governor to recommend home
body for the vacancy, so Kepolkui's
fate lies largely In tho hands of Gov
ernor rrcar, after all.
In tho matter of lowers & Cooke,
Ltd., vs. Costa & Sllva, defendants,
and Antono Ollvelrn, garnishee, Judge
Lindsay today discharged the garni
shea on his showing that ho hnd no
funds of tho defendants In his posses
sion. Judgment wns ordered by Judge Da
i Holt this morning to bo entered by le
I fault in tho caso of Clin Gen vi,
, Chong Sing, Harug Lung Keo Co., and
' Kit Shlng. Tho suit wns based on va
rious promissory notes.
The petition of llvnjamln J. Wright
Hint ho he uppolnted administrator of
the estate of his uncle, William J.
Wright, deceased, was granted by
Judgo Lindsay this morning. Tlio
vuluo of tho cstato Is placed at f USO.
Vici Kid Bal
with a wide flare edge,
built on the Diamond Last,
with a neat kid-inlaid lace
An excellent shoe for
Semi-Dress and ordinary
The Stock Number is 419.
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