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VOL. X. NO. 3993
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HKWAII, MONDAY. MAY 4. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
READY TO RACE
816 YACHT HAWAII
I'Mltor K v o u 1 n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 ii :
Them hccnicil to tio n general satis
fied expression on the fares of tho
habitues of tlio wntcrfio'nt this morn
ing after learning that the new In
tended -Trnns-I'aclflc Cup-winner had
made gcod In her race from Honolulu
to Lnhnlnn. No doubt the gallant
Hawaii has the general support or
Honolulu, hut tlio glum rucea of the )
mlmliers or the smaller Kamehamcha '
were pitiful to look upon on lending
In till.) :iior'ilng'fl Advertiser that
owing lo lough weather the crew' or
tint Utile hark decided to letuiu to
X brd ran grudge the Hawaii tho
honor gained In this race, hut Just
the came the crew of Knnielininelui,
feel very Indignant at the Implied In
sinuation regarding their want of
either ptucl: or sailor abilities and
would just like to occupy a small
George Rill child has been granted irtoro tlmo In which to consider tlfu
Kap.ia land exchange. Ills tlmo limit was up on Apill 28, and his lettei,
which has been printed was received on that day, refusing tho offer of
thu government until ho could communicate with Col, Spalding, the own
er of tho Mukeo Sugar Co., In tho matter.
Troar's cable reads as (ollo.vs:
To Mott-Smlth, Honolulu.
ttlthet awaiting reply from Cooks locating Spalding. Extend time If
necessary until ou receive my letter per Alameda", Co East Monday.
Clovernor Kicar Is le lng for tho East toda ActlngGocinor .Mott
Smith will not tako any further action until ho receives Frear's letter.
on stiik n
In the hind caso of Mary Atchorlcy
versus Lowers & Cooke, which was
decided In favor of the former, tho
petition of Lowers & Cooko for n 10
hearlng was this morning denied by
the Supremo Court. The laud In
question Is the lumber yaul on
I'usehbowl street, and Is a valunblo
plcto of property.
Tho syllabus of the case follows:
Appeal and error; petition for re
hc'irlng denied. The petition for
lehcarlng In the caso of "In ru Lew
cih & Cooke, Ltd.. IS Haw. Clir.," Is
denied, (he petition disclosing no
substantia! giounds within tho rule,
and oral aigument not leading the
For Suimnor Wear
OUR LINE OF II0HT, STRONG,
Flannels and Tropical Worsteds
At $4.50 and $5.00
' Can't Be Beat in Honolulu for
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OP PORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
space In our paper to Justify them
Tho Kamehameha left the wharf
at Identically the same time as tlio
Hawaii just to-lnsnre tlio same start.
When outside the harhor tho Knme
hnmcha hugged as close to tho wind
03 was possible, while her larger op
ponent had to get about Ave to six
miles to leuwarU In order to strike u
favoruhle lueeze. The two boats
kept abreast until dark, neither gain
ing nor losing, hut It could bo no
ticed fiom the Knm that, by lowering
mid hoisting their topsails, the Iln
wall was vainly trying to shako her
cpeeJy opponent. In the morning
thu Hawaii was observed beating np
to Kaunnkakal Point, while the fast
er Knm had been in the same posi
tion some four to ftro hours ahead of
her. Hut owing to the Knm not be-
(Continued on Page 2)
0. Negoro, n Japanoeo and a former
resident of this city, who went to Sun
Francisco to study eoiiiu lmo ngo,
graduated fiom the Ijw Department
of the University or California. Wlillo
here, he was connected with tho it
portorlnl staff of tho Hawaii Slilnpo.
Wong Lung, a Chinese Rtoro keeper,
was lined $11) and costs In tho Pollen
! Court this morning on a charge of vio
lating tho Sabbath law. lie sold two
i shlitH and n pair of cuff buttons to
I ono Mori.
(Superintendent of l'ubllc World
. Marstou Campbell has mudo arrange
incuts to hno the courthouse at Will
men repaired and added to to tho ex
tent or $500. It Is now In n very bad
court to modify Its pievlous conclusions.
Thwing Committee Told
To Keep Out Of
The Ministerial Union has decided
to continue the existence or the
Thwing social evil committee, with
tho proviso that It must work under
cover, a strict Injunction being Issued
against Its members glUng out any
thing In legard to Its work and plans
to tho public press. A resolution ap
proving or the action taken by ShorliT
latikea was also passed.
Tho meeting opened with a prayei
by Thwing, who asked for universal
peace ami for tho protection of the
Japanese, Chinese ami Anglo-Saxon
nations. He further made the statu
tneiit that the recent meeting of thu
Sunday school children of all nations
tit tho Central Union church had been
a great source of Inspiration.
Mr. O'Brien reported tho work of
thu Hoys' Clubs was progressing fav
orably. Thwing then offered tho report
mado by tho Special Committee on
Iwllel and Law Enforcement, outlin
ing the work which had been done.
Tho Committee had culled upon tho
Qoernor ami the Hoard of Health, us
well ns on Sheriff Iuuken, who had
closed Iwllcl tho day nftcr tho last
meeting of tho Union. It hntl offered
to co-operate with tho police by furn
ishing roports of ovlt conditions
(OoatinMd oa Fg 4)
Fears Influence Of Sec
retary Taft At
Francis M. Ilrooks will como to
Honolulu to try his own cuso. This
wus so stated In n lotter received by
(leorgo A. Davis, who has been np
tolutcd to net for Drook's Interests
hero until the arrival of the latter.
In his letter to Davis, Ilrooks states
that rriends or Wllfley In Shanghai
expect the latter to return to the
Chlneso port in the near future.
Ilrooks' nffalis here have been In
tho hands of H. A. C, Long, but they
am now transferred to the control of
George Davis. Tho motion of Davis
(Continued on Page 2)
TO LEAVE articles,
portable articles, of
value to you, . within
reach of anyone who
may fancy them.
Rent a Safe Deposit
Box from us at 50
cents a month.
FoH 8f. 8'cnolutn '
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth re
ceived two cables this morning from
Oovemo'- l'roar. In the one below ho
rdvls!i the fleet conmiltUo to go slow
In their preparations for the entertain
.nont ot tho tleet until an Important
letter rioni C. H. Mcllrlde Is lucolved,
Tlit cajiln follows:
To Mott-Smlth, Honolulu
AH-Brlde letter, next i.ieamor Import
ant Information suggestions fleet en
tertainment, go slow meanwhile.
Acting Governor Mott-Smlth has
evolved a new plan for the settling
of pineapple lands by homesteaders at
Kuneohe, and, from all present indi
cations. It Is an excellent one for tho
man with small capital, To sum It
up, itho pioposttlou Is this: that tin)
lund will ho glu-n out on 20-year
payments, practically rentals, 10
year options, the settlor not being
able to take out his patent until tho
ton years are up. and three yearn'
residence on the land, any resldenca
of six months' time being counted to
ward tho three years.
Tho main point to bo decldeil br
the Government has been how to
mnko conditions that will suit all tho
people or, In other words, "to make
tho same cut of trousers tit every
man." J. II. Castle would probably
not be willing lo give up his Icnsj
on tho lands If he thought that tho
(CoHud en Pace 2)
Posts will ho placed undor tho floor
or tho law library or tho Judiciary
Uuildlng to keep It from sinking
through nml allowing thu tons of, law
hooks to crash down on those In the
room below. There Is nt present a
two-Inch tag In the floor. Tho whole
Judiciary hulldlin? will ho, changed
ns to tho room-plan nlien It Is re
paired. f't''l partitions mid steel Are
proof record rooms will hu guilt.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT ,
place your order with ns,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 B. Kiig St. Phone IS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
- 185 S. KINO STREET.
HAVE YOU EVER
tried our Strawberry
Special or Lovers' De
light? You'll like them.
Alexander Young Cafe
Supervisors Roast 'Tiber
The Hoard of Supervisors held ii
ii....... uiti. .,.,. i.i. ....... '
IHI.-IJ iiiuu im.-viiiiv llllO IIUUU (lb
which tho Advertiser was scored
roundly for circulating false reports
about tho doings ol tho Hoard, Inci
dentally tho matter of the park appro
priation was taken up. and the usual
amount given to the commissioners.
Hustnco stated that II. E. Coopci
hnd explained that there would bo no
further trouble about thu old l'ark
Commission bills, iih these would bo
paid out of tho current appropriations,
arrangements having been mado with
the creditors. It would therefore ho
proper to nioo to pass tho regular ap
propriation. Harvey sntd ho. thought tho mem
bers of tho l'aik Commission chnuld
npiKar beforo the Hoard. HusUico.
said bo did not think this wasjieces
sary, ami Hancy moved to pass an
appropriation ot S700 for tho park.
Archer seconded the motion, which
Archer said that tho Advertiser had
Ka!d yesterday that hojwaB a haolo
hater and aga)nst tho Park ComniU
i loners. He had said only nt tho Inct
meeting that the appropriation ot (200
was not sufficient, as It would pay
onlv for tho superintendent and thu
(Continued on Page 6)
FOR MEN OF FLEET
Has Many Splendid
Free baseball games, freo show,
free transportation, and free every
thing for the men of th Fleet, pro
vided funds nro available, was tho
suggestion offered nt tho meeting of
the Entertiilnmcnt Committco this
Should the suggestion moet with
the approval ot E. A. Mott-Smlth,
chairman of the Fleet Committee, tho
Alakea s'.reet wharf will bo utilized
as a landing-place for tho Fleet.
The famous Kapcnn rails will bo
open to tho naval men and neces
sary supplies furnished by tho com
mittee. The Seaside Hotol has been offered
as headquarters for tho officers and
tho Seamen's Institute for the men.
Tlio , sum or $4,000 Is needed for n
(Continued on Page 2)
You Try It!
Our Soda Fountain is pop-
ular with everyone who hat
That' why we want
YOU to try it, too.
Hollister Drug Co.;
We have included College Hills in
ur parcels delivery route. Onr wa
H0 leaves townStor Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
NEW YORK, N. Y., May 4. E. K. Harriman, the railroad magnate,
will ask for the issue of a hundred million dollars of Union Pacific bonds.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal May 4.-
arrived hero today from the north.
1 BIO FLEET IS RSUNIIED
SANTA CRUZ. Cal., May 4. The second flotilla lias arrived here
and the Fleet will be reunited thii
ADMIRAL EVAN3 TO MONTEREY
PASO R0BLES, Cal., May 4. Admiral Evans left for Monterey
this morning, where he rejoined his Fleet.
m i mtm a.
For Maui Eleven
The position of Tax Assessor for
the Nland cf Maul, recently resigned
by V. T. Hoblneon, will not lack for
Ono ot tho first to command at
tention Is tho probnblo application of
J. N. K. Keola, tho Deputy Assessor
of the Island, who has hold his posi
tion with great credit for a good
number of years. He Is in tho dlicct
Unci of piomotton and has a success
ful record ns his chief support.
Another enndidato Is likely to be
"Tim" Lyons, rA'ently of tho Lund
Office. Lyons, classed as a "Maul
uoy ana ins 'training in tno puouc
service Is such ns would help In
qualifying for tho placo.
Acting fhnernor Mott-Smlth paid
nn official call aboard thu llrazlllnu
man-of-war Constant this afternoon,
nml was saluted on leaving with sev
Manuel J. Alphonso of Culm lmi
written hero tor Information and data
regarding lepers. A lopros.irliuu will
khortly be established In Cuba.
Thero will be u Hoard of Health
meeting lit 3 o'clock this afternoon.
-Eight cruisers of the Pacific Fleet
AiioclatcJ i'rex Sptlnl CabU
NEWPORT, Oregon, Mny 4. The
cargo of the lumber-laden steamer
Minnie E. Kelton shifted today, plac
ing the ship in such a position that
it was swept by the waves. Eleven
f.tioclolrd Vrtit Sprclal Cable
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, May 4.
A ferryboat on the river Dnieper
capsized today and 120 of the pas
sengers on board were lost.
PARIS, France, May 4. The Rad-
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vio uuu MuuttiiBiq lime UlUUC gaillj r.
in the elections. XA
This "Diamond" No. 321
Box Calf Bal is made and
built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that a hetwy shoe
It never skulls, like the
kid, aud it is strong and com
fortable, a very popular shoe
with those who are looking
'for shoe value and weiring
quality in a heavy shoe.
We solicit and attend
promptly to all Island orders.
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