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VOL. X. NO. 397 1
lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8. 1908-10 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL BLOC
BUSINESS MEN SCORE
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OF MORNING PAPER
"The editorials in tlio Advertiser this morning struck nic na
being written In n spirit (it splto ami personal malice?' said
!:. D. Tenney this morning In commenting on the attack thu
morning paper makes on the business men ot the town ns rep
resented In the) joint meeting of tlio Chamber of Commerce and
"Tliero were eighteen men present nt the meeting yester
day representing ninety per cent, ot tlio business Interests of
this Territory ns completely its the directors of n corporation
represent their stockholders. They wero not hurried to their
decision. It was deliberate and to the point. I consider the at
tack by flic morning paper ns outrageous.
"It made me angry when I read It because of the spirit In
which It Is written a petty spirit, a spirit that cannot rise
nbovo uplte and personal animosity.
"Why. tako (leorgo W. Smith, who Is singled out. That
man has given of his time nnd energy for public work without
stint, and ho Is still doing It. To be slammed tlio way ho has
been Is outrageous.
"And tho Idea of Imputing to those eighteen men of tlio
combined commercial bodies motives of the kind you rend In the
morning paper! Tho Idea that tho selling of a few dollars ot
goods would Influence them In passing upon tho ability nnd
worth ot n man and administration on which depends tlio con
tinuation of an open port!
"With nil duo respect to tho doctors who have been pres
idents of tho Hoard of Health -and sonic of them are my Inti
mate and personal friends there Is nono of them that Iibb como
within hailing distance of PitiKhnm ns n President of the Hoard.
"I havo talked with Fedora! officers and I have talked with
physicians of the city regarding tho Presidency of tho Hoard
of Health nnd thoy say 'Plnkhum by nil means'!"
Bold Pirates Run To
Earth And Captured
The inulo driver and tho mnilner
would bo bold and bloody pirates so
I bey titolo a ship nnd went to sen.
"Slvtecn sailors on u "dead mail's
chest,' 'thoy sang ns their low, rakish
ernll breasted (ho billows, nnd In
-their minds woru picture! of futtiru
days when thoy should tiro a shot
across tho bows of richly laden mer
chantmen, make them licno to, and
These are the very swellest and nattiest trousers of
the season. They are all looped for belts, and have side
buckles. We offer them at prices from
CORNER OF FORT
then, boarding tho prize, loot her of
untold weath after making tho hap
Iosh crow walk tho plank.
Hut tho plrntcs of tho schooner
l.ady had a talo of misfortune, to toll
n h thoy sat this morning In tho offlco
of tho United States District Attorney,
whllhcr they lmd,beon Ignominious!)
'brought by tho minions of the law.
1 (Continued on Pae 9)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 8.
The Battleship Fleet is expected to
sail from this port for Honolulu on
July 7. It is possible that the date
of departure may be advanced.
EVANS'TO RETURN TO FLEET
PASO ROBLES, Calif., April 8.
Admiral Evans has so far recovered
that ho will probably rejoin the Fleet
Bodfes To Take
"We havo closed Iwllcl and Intend
to unfoico tho law not only thero but
In nny part of tho city wheru viola
tions may occur," said Sheriff Iiiukcn
today "Anono who lit the owner of
a disorderly houso will bo arrested,
no matter who ho Is. 1 came to the
determination to take this action be
cause this wan all thero was for mo
to do. Tho only ones who had com
municated with mo officially about tho
matter worn thoso who wanted tho
law enforced, nnd ns no ono camo to
mo to protest against tho taklngi of
such "action, I was compelled to tako
It that public sentiment was In favor
of tho clnsin:.
"Nono of tho business men, who nro
reported to bo ngalnst thu closing of
Iwllet, camo to mo to protest. I had
expected that tho commercial bodies
would tako some action., Thoy had a
meeting yesterday afternoon, but thoy
did not uvea iIIscubh tho matter, ap
parently not thinking It of sufficient
Importance, nlthough, In my opinion,
It was as Important as tho matter
which thoy did discuss.
"The men who called on mo asking
that tho law ho enforced, promised mo
their full support, doth In tho matter
of giving Information nnd by giving
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You Have Bumped
so often into this little ad. that we
know inquirers for the BEST fruit
for shipping will be referred to
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Hollistcr Drug Co.
,Foj,1 Street. Phno 49
tt "I don't think for a moment
it that tho purely commercial sjdo
tt actuates people In their support
tl of, Mr. IMnkhaut," said W O.
tt "I, think that tho approval Is
ft due to tho course of tho Hoard
ft of Health under Mr. l'lnkhnm's
ft management having been such a
ft protection to the community In
ft protecting tho health of tho town
tt nnd tho lives of Its people"
ft tt :t a n ft ft tt ft n ft ft tt tt
A man and a woman, charged with
exactly tho same offense which The
odore nichards demanded that Iwllcl
bo closed up for, wore arrested last
night at Camp No, 2, on
Vineyard Btreet. They ure Manuel
Pcrren nnd Augusta Walch. Tho evi
dence against them Is said to bo con
clusive, two pollco officers nnd five
boya hnvlng watched them through
tho window for some time.
Augusta Wnlch Is a girl ot oaly
thirteen, but sho has been married
for over a year and Is suing her hus
band, Patrick Walch, for dlvorco on
the ground of cruelty. A curious
fact in connection with the case Is
that tho woman is suing her husband
for dlvorco on tho ground of extreme
cruelty, and the case was set for this
morning In Judge Lindsay's court.
J. A. Magoon, Mrs. Walch's attorney,
was obliged to ask for a'contlnuanco
on tho ground that his client was be
fore the United States Commissioner
to answer to the charge of having
violated the Kdmunds Act.
Perros, the man In tho case, has
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ft (Special II u I let I ii Wireless) Jl
ft Hllo. Hawaii, April 8. Tho ft
ft Shlpporn Whsrf Commutes ft
ft strongly endorses I'lnkhniii. Spec tt
ft tnl meeting fur rcapiiolntment ft
ft President Hoard of Health ft
ft Prominent rdtlzciis indlvldiiully U
ft favor Pinkhniu. ft
ft ' NUCKI.AND tt
The Fleet Is coming,
up the City.
Let us clean
When Arc You
going to make out that will
of yours? We have been
telling you why it is neces
sary; NOW DO IT.
But do it in the right
way. Have it Jrawn up in
PROPER LEGAL FORM.
We will do this for you
free of charge, if you make
us one of the executors.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 8.
The ship-subsidy bill was today
practically postponed till the next
session of Congress by the House
Fostoffice Committee refusing to sub
stitute the House bill for the Senate
tails How Children
Tho follorlng graphic account of
tho battlu at Knkanku, which took
placo last night, has been written by
an cyo-wltness, and Is reproduced ver
batim. April 7, 1008. About 6 p. m. yester
day. Some ot tho Marino of the Navy
made n great excitement at Kakaako.
Thoy como along tho Honolulu Iron
I Works half loaded with' liquor and
saw tno naiuro man. wnicn wo cuueu
now the (Moanaluu). One of them
went up to him and took hold bomo
of his beautiful lei, which ho woro on
hla next ho he began to kick around
and acted llko some lady done, which
hu always done In tho street, when
you called him.
This man wn half loaded with
Deer nnd Wine, and ho got angry
with tho Nature man and began to
hit lit tn on tlio faco. Moanaluu picked
a stono nnd try to hit him but ho was
to quick and gave him another blow
u mn luiuei.
Ily this tlmo Moannluii ran a fuw
dlotanco and called for help.
, A llttlo boy about 13 jeers old ran
up to tho man nnd toll him not to
lick thlu muu because bo hud no
Instead of sloping, tho man turned
on tho little boy and try to do htm,
hut ho was to quick and got away
Irom tho man. Tho boy ran up to
South St. around neighborhood and
called for holp nnd telling that Mr
oualuii Wns badly lick by tho soldier.
Thoy nil come to tho place, thoy
found tho nil went home so they wait
n llttto while.
While they were waiting the saw
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Hani and Eggs
and other pretty
Alexander Young Cafe
J.Hopp fe Co.
"Lewera & Cooke Bldg.
LAmr AlhN f
EXPOSES MALICE i
Ui I HI Lit Hi IHU( I
"What do I think about til Advertiser's remark" In thin
morning's Issuo?" mild lMwhi II Paris. Sccretun of the Mer
"Well, 1 certainly think that tlio editor has taken It upon
himself to pass rather n slurring opinion of the business men of
this community. Represented u' the meeting jctcrdny wero
most of the leading business h-usca of Honolulu nnd thoso who
spoke In endorsing Mr. Plnkha u wero nitualcd by n desire to
sco right done nud n proper reward gleu a man who had
faithfully, conscientiously, and offeetuiilly carried on the work
of his public office. ,
"To Intimate that such men as Mr. Tenney. 'Mr. .1. I'.
Cooke, Mr, Tenney Pock, Mr 15 . W. Smith and tlio others,
who so strenuously supported Mr. 1'lnkliHin, would lower theni
helves lo tako tho stand which they dlij, simply from iiipireuary
motives, Is a base libel and only holds (ho Advertlccr up to rid
leulo nnd to severe public criticism. Aside from the discour
teous statements nnd the false light wltlch tho leading editorial
has spread before tho public, I should think that the Advertiser
would consider well tho source of Its support and the diameter
of the men whom It has Insulted, before lending Itself to any
such position ns It hns tal.en In Its last Issue.
"If such statements nrc to be allowed to stand unchallenged.
It would seem that no honest man could, with nny dignity, open
his mouth on any public topic, without being subjected to misrep
resentation and n misconstruction of bis motives nnd convictions,"
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 8.
The naval bill, carrying an appropri
ation of $103,967,618., has passed.
This provides for two battleships,
eight submarines and the enlistment
of 0,000 men.
EMBASSY AT TOKIO
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, April
8. A bill raising the Russian Lega
tion at Tokio to the standard of an
Embassy passed today.
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The name BANISTER on a line of men's shoes is a practical
guarantee of shoe superiority. Their business life of over sixty
years has been one continuoas effort toward attaining nnd main
taining their position as LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE OP
HIGHEST GRADE SHOES FOR MEN.
Wc have some neat styles just arrived.
P.O.Bor 489. CO.,
LONDON, Ejig., April 8. Lord
Atqnith has bejtn made Premier in
place of Ciunpucll-Baniicnr.au, re
tiicd. Say 'for Ront" cards on tal. at
he Hullm,. nine-
Wc have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
Con leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
ft ' it-
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