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Hongkong Marti Miiy
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Atnei lea Mai u Mny
Aimintigl I, Apr.
VOL X. N X 3955
Hun. ICIkuJIrn Ishll, former Clilol
it tho Japanese lliircau of Coinmeice
mill Communication under the De
partment of Koiolgn Affairs, has
been appointed Vlco Mlnlstei f Kor
ean Affairs, suc ceding S. Chlnd.i,
v.'lio rush to Italy an Jup.iiico Am
bassador. K, GlJInin, who was for
mally dliqetoi- of tho lluieau of Po
litical AITallK, succeeds ltlill ,ia Chief
of till' MitliMIl of Coninienc ,nul Com-uiiinlc.-itloii.
This Information was
iccclvoil loially In jctcidaj's mall.
Mr. IkIiII, It will li inpiiiliciri!.
p.ii'scd thmiigh hoc .r tlmo ni;o.
mpt. Rf& mm
Captain Itcci, the new iiiiumand
aill of tho local V. . Naval Station,
made his 11 iU olllclal call on Ihn Chler
KxccutlW! of tho Tenltory of Hawaii
this morning. Acting (loveruor
Motl-Smlth received him In acconl
atico with nillllary ctlriuello, tho
(io.ornor's bt.ilT, consisting- of Cap
tnln lluillhlos, Colonel Short, Colonel
Ioiich, anil Colnuel .lohuuin, bolus In
Mm call was Abort, bolus; merelj n
fin i.iul nffiilr. Ailing Cioernor Jlolt
Hmlih will lelurn the call at tho Nn
al Station at L' ii'cloi I, this Iitti'i
n I'd u.
W nA l&i 53 El $& R3
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RUN ALL THE WAY
or not, just as you phase. THE IMPOIITANT THING is
to get here while our new stock of SHIRTS
Star, Cluett .
K 'W !!
lasts. They're the Swillest in Pattern, the very Handsom
est Shirts of the seasjn. See them in our windms.
Just in by the Alimeda.
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CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. 1
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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1908
While hero ho gathered Infonnatioii
on the Japanese" lalior question In
Hawaii nut! went on ti) the Stutes
ami Canada. On litx arrival hack In
Japan ho was complimented by Har
lan Haynshl, Minister of I'orelgn Af-
Mr. K. Alio, tho now Japanese Vice
Consul, who arilved recently, when
n'cn IIiIk forenoon mild that he had
heard that Ishll would probably ho
given the n-at of Vlio Minister. "Tho
KiippoMliou In the dtplouiatlc circle, '
.laid Abe. "was that Mr. Ishll would
In- appointed Vlco Minister of I'oi
m of sis
ll.ur.VvT. Mllb and his attorney,
Jitilgo tJiiarluH. wire on hand prompt
ly al 2 o'clock tbl afternoon In .In lgp
l.luilb:i'H num. Alter reading 'At
tornoy Mllvriton'H return, It waB de
villed by the court to glo Mills until
tomorrow morning al 10 o'clocl; In
which to answer several of the allua
(Ioiih and ria'im given why a writ of
habeas cm pus should not bo itiaucd In
Tho teachers iff the K iwaluhao
Seminary hno resigned and tho trii
teen an ncj'klnt; ladles to nil their
lilmi-i in time for the occiip.mev of
the new lunlilinsH In Mnumi.
e-sJhips Of Big
"GIVE VAN DINE
Motl-Smith, McS ocker,
And Casil& Talk
J. II. Castlo and '. . MeSI'i iter
vcro in onirircniu wnh Aultn-kSo-cvuor
.M(itt-:mllh this in irnltii; unit
i;eucrnl dlscuissloa of tho lands inc.'
in iho Kimej'io illstrict eiuili'il. Cn
tic nlnted what bin views as lo lb
Vttii wnj for tlm il.Acrniiiuiit in n
'at the i:ii1j wit-, ar ill I ami M
titoclOT. li it niitlilun Oellnlto lu In
vu of niixuKuniciiis for li:o nib i.
the land or Hie suri'i ailer of the 1 i
c.imo of the nieetlnK. When Sen re
i.iry Molt-omlUi iniulo his tiip oyer
to tho other sldo of tho Island a ic v
iln.s n;o lie did not have an 0,11101'
iiinlt.i to fee tbi'Mi lauds which urn
under cnuslder.itlou at the proreiit
tlmo on aecoiiiil of other pressing bus
liiciH and so ho tald this iiiornlnK that
lie would piobibly go over UKiln and
look over tho land -soon.
J. II. Castlo wantslspeclnl consliter
ntlou from tho Government to uxpert
agriculturists llko Vim l)lno Ho
says that hu would bo K ad to sen a
limit llko Van Dine go over thiro anil
take clinrge of the lands, and be
would rIvo lilm every ai-shtanco In
his power, lly tho fact that Van I)no
would ina'td a success of' thu ltropo
sltlou In tho Ilrst place, snys Cattlu,
It would ho assured tint tho whole
matte.- would ho curled nut In tho
proper nximivr. lloivocer, nu does
not wltdi to Intrude conditions 011 tho
(iovoi unit tit. The conditions of such
a proposition are up to tho Govern
Tho whole trend of Castle's ,tc
marks to Mult-Smltb weie III favor
of Vnn nine and whatever scheme ho
might wish to carry out.
Sheriff floury has 11 tract of 23
acres In the Kcahala district and this
may be adjoined to tho Ituda iiold by
the Government. Nothing ilellnllo
nhaiit this proposition can bo settled
until Aiilmi-Gincrnor Mott-Hmltli has
looked over tho whole thing from tho
DEATH OF ABRAHAM KIHULU.
Ahrnhnm Klhulii, a younx man for
merly employed as night clerk In the
police station, died on Saturday, after
nu illness of several weeks, at his
homo In Wnlelele. Tho funeral took
place on Sunday afternoon. Company
-I)," N. (1. II., and the Hu! Hawaii
I'nuni attending, the ilccearcd having
li"eu a member of both orgiulz'itlons,
A firing fnnr.nl was provided by tho
guardsmen mid tho remainder of tho
company matched as moiiruerii under
command of Captain I'etter There
wcro services at the liouto and nt tho
gravo where after tfio ceioinonloH of
tlm .Mormon rjiiiic1, weru porforniod,
tho three last volleys wcro fifed. -Tribune1
Material for the yacht lluwalt camo
In on tho Mexican
the day nfter a big fire, say either,
"The property was a total loss," or
"The loss was fully covered by in
surance." Those few words mean a great
deal to the owner of .the pronerty;
and they mean, too, that he has eith
er protected or neglected his inter
ests. Which are YOU doing now!
We represent reliable, dollar-for-
Port St. Hcnolulh
2 "" .
HEAD OF COMMITTEE
Harmony In Decorations
' Of City Section
"I ,vn afraid I i-hm nut unn tho
tlinii to ;'i 1 .li chalrm.iu or t.10 '.v'ay.i
un.l Means Committee fur tho Meet ui.
IclUlliniet.t, ' said (' M Coo no this
iimniing. "in liut'l !i.ive v.ritten tho
i.cini'i c'lvcnior to 111 11 e:iei 1. I am
v.ili.iiS however, to htm, on the
e :nm.t!"P. I am llvl'i up tho vulic,
11 mi tut in a in il.u to hau
die tho chairmanship.
1 .a. .c it r. on m be a good plan
I " ooiiM who have Id ,11 riR, rjmi;
i...' oiiit.t.ilnmunt piogiam 10 uicl.o
Ihrii KUggcslloiiH Ihiiiiigli th news
Uh.th. I hoard Mr. J A Mci:.tnill.i..i
piopo8u 11 day of hu e'ull, others have
tncnlloned tho 'wild vvet show," mid I
should think that polo might please.
I them. It sconio to niu wo shuull get
us many suggestions in order to shapo
Thu ituestditl or Iho amount ol
money thai hni In ho nils-d Is nno of
the flrLt tblliCB that has fj ho fittle.1.
As ono ol the committee chairmen
Bald this morning "Wo can do any
thing if we have enough nyney."
There seems to bo no del opinion
on how much t-hould ho raised. Ono
man put tho limit at $10,000, and tin
other raised It to (15,000. Just what
tho .final total will l3 la hard to fore
cast. In tho matter of decoration thu
lighting of the city or thu central part
has been priiHMsf, and again II Is
suggested that thu Illumination bo
confined to tho Capitol building
grouniU where firework shall bo tct
off every night mid tho placo made a
Tur btislup-iH liouso docoratlun It has
been Intimated that tho decoration
committee lay down a general scheme
I of flag and bunting decoration and
cacti iiUHiness nouso uecuraio 10 mis
plan, with tho view to tho decorations
remaining up during tho whole stay
of tho fleet.
Tho request that Hllo have n IkU
from a battleship or a number of
ships meets with 110 oppo'ltlon from
Honolulu and If the commander of the
fleet Is disposed lo detach one or mora
ships for the hldo trip, tho plan will
bo hclied along by tho local commit
tee. "Thu Count) has no money which
It can spend on thu entertainment of
the l-'lcet," said Chairman HiiBtaco of
tho Hoard of Supervisors this fore
noon, "However, wo can glvo tho
men the freedom of thu city and tho
hand, and we will do so. No engage
ments will be inado for tho band
during tho lime tho Fleet Is In port,
nnd It will be absolutely at tho dis
posal of tho committee, which can
have It play whenever and wherever
It wants to.
"Ono thing I am strongly opposed
to, nnd that Is any Incrc.iso of the
liollco force. I think that If wo do
Increase the forco wo will start our
troubles right there. I feel pretty
stiro that the hoys aro going to ho
havo themselves, and If they do not
tho Fleet authorities will unruly take
thu necessary steps."
"It Is my opinion that tho most
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For Business Men
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
Alexander Young Cafe
LLETIN FOR FIRST
Revenue Collector Drake
Collector of Internal Revenue, W.
!'. Drake leltirneil this morning from
Kona 011 tho Manna l.oa, with T. Ivl
noshlta, tho Japanese who was found
nuking Illicit hooze. William Chll
llngwortli had charge of tho prisoner,
tills being hU tlr:.t arrest In Ills new
position as Deputy Mnmlinl. The
Collector tells an Interesting talc of
the capture of the Jap, how ho at
tempted to mcapo, and how ho was
1 ii tin oil only after a wild dash Into
the underbrush. .
It was by 11 lucky chance that Kl
noHhlta was discovered. Waller
Drake was nwaro of the fact that
there wcro Illicit stills In tho dis
trict, but bo did nut know exactly
where thoy were. A drunken Japan
ese let the cat out of the hag. Ho
wandered up to Ilia, placo- where
Drake and his party wcro 'staying,
end In lib orgies confidentially In
formed a servant Hint there was 11
still In operation up In the country
a short distance. Tho sorvnnt had a
conscientious hunch anil he forth
with Imparted tho Information to the
man who wns looking for just such
news, I. e.: Walter K. Drake.
That evening the Collector, with
his assistants, I,. I.. Harding and J.
Walter Doyle, strolled up tfio road
about a mile and a half. They
Fearchcd several houses that they
thought ir.:.-'' contain stills, but
thero was mit'ilnn doing- It wns r
According to ttjo description fur
nished by tho Japanese servant Col
lector Drnko knew that ho was on
the right pleco of land, it wns n
matter of finding tho right house.
Tho laud In that section of tho coun
try Is divided Into narrow, albeit
long, strlm and tho hunters, after
the Illicit still followed n rough trail
up townrils the mountain for nboijt
n mile without seeing anything. Then
they spied u liouso hidden away to
one rido In tho underbrush, and as
toon as they nearcd It, tho smell of
tho iiiiisIi fermenting wns apparent.
They walked up to the door and
railed to tho Jap inslilo. Harding
was guardlug the lower cud nt the
house, while Drnko and Duylo were
nt tho door They asked tho booze
maker for a drink of water, and when
ho started toward the kitchen to get
It, they stepped Inside and uncovered
rerernl barrols, which wcro Ailed
(CoattmiMl ? 3)
A report comes from Paaullo Sugur
mill through tho purter of tho steam
er Noeati, Indirectly through hearsay
at Honokan, that on Tuesday or Wed
nesday of this week a Jnpanoso fell
Into n tank of either Julco or molasses
thero, and wns Instantly parboiled,
Cure Colds, Coughs, and Qrippo
Safely, Surely, and Quickly.
25c per Bottle
We have included College Hills ia
ar i artels delivery rente. Oar wtt
ton leaTei town for Wafkiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr.l 24 -has
unanimously reported agninst th
Shanghai junst against whom Lorn
WASHINGTON, D. C, Ap-.l 21. -Thr battleships Maine nnd Ala
baraa will be detached from the Atl .ntic Fleet on May 18 and will r2
turn to the Atlantic by way of lion 1"1 Guam, and the Philippines, in
command of Captain Barbs:-. The wamc '.Till be replaced by the battlo
ship Wisconsin ?.nd the Alabama by tits Nebraska.
GRANT CHIEF OF STAF1'
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 21,-Co:nmandcr Giant has been
dercd to act us chief of staff to Rear Admiral Evnns.
PARIS, France, April 24, Due dc Chaulnes, who last February
married the daughter of Theodore P. Shouts, was found dead in bed to
day. His death was caused by an obstruction of an artery.
LOS ANGELES, Calif., April 24.
tonight and sail north.
LAKEW00D, N. J., April 24.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., April 23.
SUGAR: 00 degree Centrifugals,
4.42 cents, or ?88.40 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 4.445 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 0d.
Parity, 4.40 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis. 9 3-ld.
OUH.ETIN AD3, PAY -T5TJ!
When a man builds a water-wheel
plant on tie bank of a river, his first
purpose it to deflect the current to
got hit power. When a man starts
hi business his first purpose is to de
flect the current of trade into h.i es
tablishment. Now, there is no such
means at his command ni advertising,
Draws The Attention Of The Great
Public Whose necessities Are
The Basis of All Business.
PRICE 5 CENTS
-The House Committee on Judiciary
impeachment of Judge Wilfley, the
Andrews brought charges.
-The Atlantic Fleet will farewell
j p1 m, B
Es-Prcsident Grover Cleveland is 1
Judgments by default wero filed
this morning lu tho enso of Marston
Campbell, Superintendent of l'ubltc
vork vs. William Muhukn ct al. This .
Is merely n perfunctory matter which
U done because some of tho holders
of titles cannot ho found. Tho tltfcs
will thus bo cleared to tho wholo property.
Pn Job Pi-lntlnn t the Bulletin. ,
This "Diamond" No. 321
Box Calf Bal is made and
built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that a heavy shoe
It never skuff3, like the
kid, and it is strong and com
fortable, a very popular shoe
with those who are" looking
for shoe value and wearing
quality in a heavy shoe.
We solicit nnd attend
promptly to all Island orders.
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