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VOL. it. NO. 3973
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. APRIL 10 1908
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Consul (Icnciul Ualto li said to
havu cutlcil the (.'dUois of tlio Japan
ese papers to Ills olllcu this morning
.- antl stated to tlicm thnt Dm proposed
Ailvorllscr meeting of Japanese to
I fllHcuiiK tliu uppolntmout of Mr. 1'Ink
li 1111 c. President of Uiu Hoard of
Health was quite Improper uinl
iouM not havo his approval.
Tlie Consul is said to have urged
Micro gentlemen to remember tlio
f.ut that thoy nro not citizens of tlio
(omiti) anil It Is not their 'business
to deal with matters connected vvlui
tho aiipolntment of local officials. J
Tlio Consul wni'heil'hls hands of
thu whole matter, mid e pressed his
A prominent Japincso stated to
tlio Bulletin thnt tho wholo mnsn
meeting pinposltlou Is thu work of
thu Advcitleer crowd winking In
unijunction with Ml Sheba of "tlio
Hawaii Bhlupo This man claims
that Shobn whs urged to take n hand
In the .iltnlr by (lie Adertlscr outfit
and m.ulo arrangements with Naea,
u professional Japanese orator.
Tho men of the Japanese Dally
Chronicle refused to approve tho
mass-meeting folly. '
' Tho mass-meeting will not ho
hold, ' Is tho nay to Informant of tee
,11 11 1 I e 1 1 11 put It. Tho Japanese
people do not Intend to ho led Into u
li.fd mess to help out these fellows
with an 11x0 to grind.
It was learned this noon that tho
edltois of nil the leading J.ipinosci
newrpnpers had been called to the
Consulate this morning.
Consul Snlto silil he, did not wish
to bo quoted. He Is u foreign Consul
nud has nothing whntecr to do wlttl
the appointment of local offleors.
Motion For Discharge On
Habeas Corpus Is
In tho mallei- of thu aiiplicitton of
Ceoigo Wade, a uogio. tor .1 writ of
h ilicas roiu'is, .nidge Do'o this morn
ing nihil against hlm.rur a uirnbci
of i.'nsons, but gnvo It as Ills opinion
Hint thu court mli;ht g Into tho ipies
lion and luceivo further testimony at
11 futiuo date
'1 In) case 111 (lucstlou Is an old one,
nnd famoim 011 account or li . strange
ness Ceon;i Wade 1 Hied a Bailor
(Conttnsed on I-nge 5)
Number For Each
The Democratic Central Comniltteo
his compiled a btatement showing the
representation which each precinct
In the Islands will bo entitled to at
tho coming Tcrrltoili' convention
Thu basis of icpiccentution Is on del
egatu for each twenty fio Mites cast
for tho Democratic candldato for del
egate at tho last election As tho
last cjudld.iio. Attorney McCtunnhnn,
did not poll it ery largo vote, the total
(Continued on Page 0)
In Flannels and Series
TLAIN AND IN STRIPES.
These are tho very suclleiit and nattiest trousers of
the season. They are all looped for belts, and have side
buckles, We offer them at prices from
J ' S$50 upwards 1
! the ISaTcoTTm,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
I;;!. Board HAWAII
Sends For TELLS
AN BOY Asked By f Bar
! STORY OF To Call On Frear
The Teirltorlal Hoard of immigra
tion held a meeting this noon nnd
voted to request Mr -I I) Tienor to
Wait the Islands nnd look oer the
situation in connection with the so
licitation of Kuiopc.ui Immigration
Mr Tienor Is tho man who tins
been fco highly iccommendcd to take
chnige of an Immigration olllcu to bo
established at X6w York, tho Idea be
ing to secure, the Immigrants utter
they nrilve In New York and trans
poit them dlicct to tho Islands,
Thu plan of the Immigration
lioaul Is to have Mr Trenor come
hero ;indjookove- tho situation for
himself and then make his recommen
datloiiH. He has had had wide expe
rience and Is a first-class man In ev
Trenor Is now In New York, lie
stated that he would bo nblo (o leave
o,1 ten dnja' notlco, and Is thereto
c.peclcd to umve bliortly niter
41 11 SEASIDE
The weather Is beautiful nud partic
ularly so at thA Seaside, and as suv
crul hi'va asked Manager Stout to
glvo li dunce ho Has decided to glvu
one this evening Tho Union!, though
scheduled to sail at 5 cj'clock will In
oil probability not soil, t-o that every
bod enn be assured of a good Jollj
tlmo with friends nbo.tid. Tho usiul
Imitation la cMended to tho towns
people us also tho odlcers and ladles
of the local Army nnd Naval stntlous,
If It Is possible for him to get awny
fiotti his duties lit Washington while
ho Is there, (lovernor I-'rear will rep
lcbont the Honolulu Chamber u(
Commorco lit the International Arbi
tration Conference, at Mohonk.
Superintendent of l'ubllc Woiks
Campbell sajs that tho people of Ko-
auau aru delighted now that the en
gine nnd cinne for the loading of
passengers from thu dangcious rocks
has been set up.
Although the local market is prac
tically out of pineapples, our source
of supply is such that for the ALA
MEDA, 22ND INST., we shall have a
number of crates of very choice pines.
These will be snapped up like hot
cakes, so place your order early.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
Long, Cold Drink
Fort Street. ' tfhono 40.
(SPECIAL CABLE TO THE BULLETIN)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., April 10, Charles Dixon Baker of Honolulu,
who was saved from the wrecked ship Arthur Sewall, tells an exciting
stoiv of his experiences on the lost ship.
The Sewall took fire soon after rounding the Horn and it was soon
cp-arcnt that the vessel would have to be abandoned. In getting away
from the ship Second Mate Weinberg and Baker were engaged in low
ering a boat, when the fastenings gave way and t&ey with the boat fell
to the water.
They drifted free from the ship and were unable to take any of
their fellow-seamen aboard. Furthermore, they were precipitated so un
expectedly that they were without equipment or provisions in any quan
tity. Their boat drifted away and they saw the ship burn.
The two. men were practically helpless and simply kept their boat
afloat. They Were fortunate, however, for aft:r thiee days of aimless
drifting, theirbat was sighted and picked up by the bark Sydenham,
which brought iktm to his port.
The survivorovknow, nothing of the fate cf their shipmates.
lliqiilO nt llio Sh'pplng JJoiiiiuIh
sloner's'ofllco this morning rotcalcd
the fact that an such name as (leorge
Haken upjelired on tho uhl'i's mini
teHt. Out of tnciity-nltib pcisoim who
left oil tho Ariliu- Bewail when he
was last here, four ll.iwalluns -went
along with the ship. Their names aru
CI1119. Dixon diss Knnlk-iii, 1) Sam
and Sam John
One of tho boat bojo said that Chns
Dixon Is tho man refer! cd to as
Ceorgo Dal.er Dixon's full iiniiio Is
Clias. Dixon llakcr
When Chns Dixon llakcr shipped
oh tho Sennll in ll'OC, hu was 13
c'aia of age I'leUous to that time
he wns working for Ito.enberg & Co,
at tho corner of Niinanu and Queen
stnets, whero Harry Hint is now
Tho Sewall, It will bo remembered
was reported to liae been wrecked
In tho lclnlly of Capo Horn and tior
crew eaten by cannibals.
ST , , il U.-UU- I
Condemned by the business com- lior of the Aihcrtlser
iinuity and its Jnpat.cse muss-moot-1 Tills, proposition met with n din
ing schemo repudiated by the Jupnii- inal failure the Japanese being too
iso Consul, tho Aihertlccr outllt this keen to lie led Into uu sueh trap ot
forenoon made nn effort to kenp up . tho nntl-I'lnkhnm schemers
Its ngltatlou and arouse tho anger; It was leported that n telephone
of the Japanese by getting the edl- met-sngo vas sent from thu Adver
tors of tho Japanese papers to go to User olllee csklng tho editors of tlyj
Covernor I'rcar with II 0. Smlt ed- (Continued on Page 3)
If Piepifaiis. j
PLANS FOR MONDAY CONVENTION
;onf ms It
"It Is roiri'ct," sulil Consul
Salto this itrturnnou ,
"I hit urged thu Japanet-o
pcoplo imalust making any
AUTO CARS LEAVE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal , April 10.
The Italian and French cars have ,
left Valdcz, where American arrived.
EVANS DOING WELL
PASO ROBLES, Cal., April 10.
The condition of Admiral Evans is
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 10.
Refined sugar advanced ten cents a
WILL HANG .
SAN rRANCISCO, Cal., April 10.
Chang, the Korean who killed Coun
sellor St:vcns, has been held to an
swer the charge of murder.
KAISER AT CORFU
CORFU, April 10. Kaiser Wil
helm nnd the Empress of Germany
arrived here today. The Kaiter
comes here for his health.
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 drawn up in
PROPER LEGAL FORM.
We will do this for you
free of chaigc, if you make
us one of the executors.
Fort St. Bcnolulo
Served In Any Style At The
Alexander Young Cafe
The Itcpuh'icnii Terrltoilul i:xccu
tlo Comml'lcu held u meeting at
headquarter!. Into jestcrdny nrtciuoon
Thu main pmposu of tho meeting .ns
to mike tho preliminary arrange iuciiih
lor tho Territorial convention to bo
bold nt tho Orpheum on Mom! r.
A unanimous endorsoment ot I. K
rinkhnm foe President of tho Ilouid of
Honlth was also passed and Chairman
HoborUon, Vico Chairman I.ano and
nil Craw lord wuro appointed n coin
utteo to prerent tho mallei to the
doveiror this morning .
Tho comeution will open Its ses
hloiiB at 10 o'clock Monday forenoon
lit tho Orpheum theatre
Tho morning session will be devot
ed solely to tho prollmlnnrv orgiulzj
lion, passing on credentials nnd np
polntnient ot committees Adjourn
incut will then bo taken till the even
!ng to enable the committees to pre
pare thtlr work
Caucuses or the various district del
egations will ba held on Satitrda) nud
SiimU) at Hepiibllcnn headiiiurtcrs.
The rourth mill Klftli District dele
gatus arc c.illed to mci t nt headquar
ters at - o'clock on Satuila after
noon Thu Maul delegation Is usked to
caucus at tho sniuu plare nt 2 o clock
on Sunday afternoon
Tho principal Issuo bofore the delo
gitlons will bo on tho point of in.
i-tnicted or mm Instructed delegations
to the National convention Tho pre
vailing renlliue'it nt thu present tlmo
Is apparently ngalnst an Instructed
delegation, but much work Is being
done for Instructed delegates on tho
giound that In this wn Hawaii will
halu support for Its claim to Mx dele
gates In the convention
n CHni h3 f -i0
BOSTON, Mass., April 10. The delegates from the Republican
Strife Convention to Cmcapn were elected todav. Thev were not In.
structed on the vote for candidates,
PEKIN, China, April 10. The Throne has ordered an investigation
of recent incendiarism which caused the destruction of three million
dollars' worth of property in the lait three weeks. Revolutionists are
supposed to be responsible.
LONDON, England, April 10. Premier Campbell-Banncrman is
sinking and death may come at any timej
J.Hopp Sl Co.
Lewers & Cooke Bldg.
Wf liavn lnnliiitl PnlUw 1TI1U (n
our parcels delivery route. Our wa-'
1,'on leaves town for Waikiki and
uouego mils at iu:3U a. m. every
jj. -l rVJT-gji tjy-CNJi.
wila lSSUy Si
The name BANISTER on a line of men's shoes is a practical
guarantee of shoe superiority. Their business life of over sixty
years lias been one continuous effort toward attaining and main
taining their position as LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF
HIGHEBT GRADE SHOES FOR MEN.
We have tome neat styles just arrived.
Manufacture8 SSioe '
P.O. Box 409. CO., Iltd. Phone 882
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