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solution For the Vacation problem
lrom Son Francisco;
Hongkong M in . , ,l...Muy 1
Alutiii'tU .May 8
For b'un Frnnoisco:
Nntmlun Aim', Jitl
Ainerlcu Mnrti ...May 1!
Minnm i May -
Mimiil.ii Mii- 27
A Fifty-Dollar Trip may be secured
in twenty-four hour by any person
who really wants an outing and pot
sesscs the energy to go after it.
A Bound-Trip Ticket and Cath for
a 7-Day Stay At Any Hotel Anywheie
it well worth while.
IT Aik the BULLETIN Of.
flee by Phone, Foital, or in Fenon
for a Booklet that tells all about it.
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VOL. X. NU. 3994
Crowds Flock To .BnmjwBiiiK
Hear Jan Kubelik,"
Whose Mid-day Concert Drew One of the Largest and Most Representa-'
tivc Audiences Honolulu Has Ever Known
"My father tnlil niu of I lie beauties
of IIiIh placo ;iiul spoku of lliiniiliilu uu
llio piolll"nt Knit on on.'h' mill Jim
Killiullk this liiniulug while chatting
pleiisatilli during IiIh 1'iuly btenkfast
III If in Veiling Unlet
.Inn Ktibelll. lit lliu nitHt democratic
if men. Ilu nppouin iim of n niciHt
li.'ipliy illspoKltlui mid lir Isn't alwayn
III till' I'lllllllK .1H Mill !lml FOIIItl nr till'
l"l Impit in slop hoio fur Ivn days
'in my return fmni AiikIiiiIIii," cild ho
"I liuvi) ln-en uvay from lionii in .irlj
i .M'.ir now nii'l I am anxious In not
luck n m r.milly. 1 cii't in ictiirii
this way afli r Hutching hi) Australian
Kuliellk In iicioiupnulcd liy Miss
Allele .Mill"!', n H"liimiiinliil,il whom
limilo Ih In Australia. 'Hill uecnmpan
III is Mr. Kill wall.
Till' Opclll Illl.IKU UIIH CMI.Yltcd u
llio iiimiii hour tuihiy when the Kuho
llli concert opened. Tl" hour wan
iiuspusoiinlilo I hi t the utcamm liail
Hilling urilcrH fur ':3J nml theiu wan
nothing ti ilo Iim make tliu best of ll
Tin1 (own went wlll.o'il I tit lmicli Jo
fnlly In onli" in lieV t v g at viiin
um. Aflcr t lie in derail w.'s oiiro In..
B ' & & tfMt awi
For Summer Wear
OUIV LINE OF LIGHT, STRONG-,
Flannels and Tropical Worsteds)
Can't Be Beat in Honolulu for
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
' . CORNER OF rOBTANB HOTEL STREETS,
gun, IiiiilIi mil business woro forgot
ton. Tliu great violinist ploused nml
charmed. It was tliu best Honolulu
Ii.ik inci- known.
Kuliellk nml Ills party left tlio the
atre fur tliu steamer, liming Just (lino
In inaku It Tliulr short tmir of sight
f trellis liail Ji) lio iliinu during tlio early
fiucnuou. 'I lii) pi oj.;r.i til or tliu rim
1 Cnncertii Mendelssohn
2 Vnrnl Solo , Selected
:i j'liiml Fantasia Wlcnlawskl
I Vuenl Solo Selected
..I'iu(hjled (Kim .MelstorslnKcr
(li) llnhay , ..,. Zeplijr
v (c) I'.igunlui WUvIu-h' Danco
fi Will-lien' Dance I'ugatilul
Plain) kindly loaned liy Mrs1. lincu
Mlns Mueller, u well known vocal
bololst. wlio ciiiiMi nlth Knlicllk, In
mil of tlio most dlgnlflcd and Mutelj
loukliiK ladles wlio (Her caino lo our
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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OR HAWAn. TUESDAY. MAY 5. 1908
Desire Ainahau Opened
For Visitors From
Owing to the receipt of n c.ililu
from Governor Krvnr In which ho nd
vld thu Fleet Cointulttou to ro rlnw
until a detailed letter linn urihoil liy
tlio Alnmcd.i on Filduy, tho Fleet Kn
tertalnmcnt Committee, which tmit
iiKaln this niornliiK nt 8 o'clock, ill
very llttlo In tho way of malting fur
A RUKKestlou was niiulc and a-eo
to, namely, that Mr. Wnldron, cl-1 r
limn of tho Kuturtalninent Commit
nuk Oovornor CIcKliorn to open lili
beautiful RroumlH at Ainahnu to the
officers and men of tho Fleet, uuilur
tho enpenlilon of a um'iur uf otn
cers. The Rrounds nro hlctoilc.il nml
contain some of tho most nrtlxtlc lnml
xcapu gardening In tho Ialands, and
they would certainly make a good tin
prcsalon upon tho visitors.
It was decided that the grand lull
ho given tho flrfit day Impieuintely af
ter tho arrival of tho Fleet. Tho coin
mlttco took this slop In order to sut
tha naval men and tho load people
acquainted with ohch other. Thin v. Hi
be given on thu Scasldo and Monnn
KApena Falls will ho utilized r.nJ
will bo open to tho public In the near
On motion by Captain rieev the
meeting adjourned subject to th call
of tho chair. I'rosent were: F I.
Wuldron, ICmll Ilerndt. Dr, Mltnniiim,
S. Ozakl, A. I. C. Atkinson, II. llur.
tloman, M. 1'lillllps, Capt. Ilccs, J. M,
Levy, J. O. I.uttcr, 8. Shebn and W.
JOHN ENA ESTATE
Property Valued at $155,231.28 When
It Was Appraised
Father II. Valentin and tho Hawaii
an Trust Co, Ltd., havo filed thol:
final uccoimtH us executors of thu
will of John Eun, who died at Long
(leach, California, In 1907, Testa
mentary letters wero Issued to the
I'xcciilorH upon their filing bonds In
thu sum, of JSO.DOC each.
Tho estate Is a largo one, and the
accounts of Income and disbursements
no long and detailed. Tho appraise
incut of tho est at() In March 1007
nhoucd It to have a wiluo of D,'J31,2C
nt that time. Tlio oxecutois chargu
' 1 heniRptvpM tilth Mm Hum nf S!4.1S4.r.'l.
nml auk to bo allowed $u3,975.S.1 for
current expenses. John Marcalllno as
master, asks tlio court lo approve thu
accounts ns submitted.
Back up this movement to Improve
,tlie atreete and sidewalks.
- are yon trusting with the
', success of your Business
A careful, honest broker
who carries out your orders
implicitly, is the best aid
' you can have.
1. t? . ,1 L.
- we are csreiui. reuaoie
STOCK and BOND BROKERS,
and YOU WILL DO WELL TO
DEAL THROUGH US.
Fort 8t. Bcnobln1
T.dltor i;vonlng II u I let In:
Tho cicw of the Kntiiehinielu wore
qulle a llttlo surprlecd to read In last
.ilght'a Ihsuo that a dcflnlto chullengo
linj'l bcr.t otTcrcd lo thu Hawaii con
tilncd In (hat paragraph attached to
lio en I of our report sent by a mes
erg ir boy who did not know tho real
arts of tho raco but through a foiling
rf 1,-lf Importance nddf d the heated
itnio'lihcru on his own rnKiwui'lblllty.
The Kitnclinmeliu as the h just now
Is not In a fit condltinti to uce. as t-ho
hns not been cloancl r-palrod for
four months, so wo lliltik, not with
nny Intent to crawfish or anv feeling
of coldness In our pedal extremities,
that If this challenge Is accepted they
will nt leant grant the Hum's time
enough to get their boat In racing
There Is no Intention pf boasting on
our part,ouly so mink Ihnt a llttlo
credit might lie gltwi to tho Kam.
And our Intentions and hopes are that
when next time the Yncht Committee
see nt to arrange a trip or trial of tho
Hawaii that her tinallor but never
theless Important opponent, tho Kam,
can bo Included In the trials
OF. HAWAII MILITIA
By War Dept.
A circular letter regarding the or
ganized militia of Hawaii has been
published and It Is presented here
with. The circular goes Into tho de
tails of the main rcaturls of euclt
company, although tho matter Is cov
Tb,o"AdJiitout General's Offlco
May Cth, 1908.
Circular No. 1.
Tho following memorandum fur-
ntshoil by-the War Department of ex
tracts from reports of Inspection of
tho organised mllltla of Hawaii, is
published for the Information of all
.Company II. rhslcul appearance,
character and zeal, excellent; effl
clency, good: reliability In caso of
domestic emergencies, complete. Kx
nmlnatlon conforms to army stand
Company I). Tho officers of the
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j. Hopp & Co.,
18S S. KING STREET.
HAVE YOU EVER
tried our Strawberry
Special or Lovers' De
light ? You'll like them.
Alexander Young Cafe
Has, Homicidal Mania;
Husband Goes To
An Insane woman who suddenly
developed a homicidal mania this
morning startled the quiet suburb of
Kalmukl. The woronn, Mrs. Wm.
Kahanu, Is the wife of a Hawaiian
blacksmith, who has several times
appeared In the Police Court for as
sault and bnttery on her. She sworo
to kill her own children and latci
left tho bouse and wpnt to the houses
of neighbors, where she tried to do
vlolonre on women and children, biv
Ing provented fiom doing so on'y
with grent difficulty. The police were
telephoned for and Officer Mokumala
went to the scene. The untortunato
was taken to tho police station.
Kahanu stated that tils wife acted
quoerly during the night, "brie said
that she would poison the children
and .would, go, to the Kamehatneha
School lo poison our sbBrWho Is
there," ho said. "I thought there
was something doing. Then I went
Kahanu Hated further that at day
light the woman became quite violent
and left the house. He made no ef
fort to atop or follow her, preferring
his own comfort and safety to doing
his manifest duty of protecting his
nelgliDors. Tho woman proceeded lo
another house, where she tried to In
jure the lady of the house and the
(ftn&raaii f i 4j
NUUANli VALLEY -PROPERTY
Richard leenbera'a Holdings In Pretty
Valley 8old For Sum
Illchard M, Iscnberg has sold a con
siderable amount of property In Nuu
anu Valley to Mary B. Foitor, the
deod to tho transaction being filed
with Registrar Merrlam this morning.
Dio sum of money that chanced hands
for the transfer of tho land waa $16,
00. Thu land 'Is divided up Into a
number of tracts, which are of thu
following areas: T.35 acres, 6.26 acres,
I aero, 1938 square feet, 16,060 squsru
feet, and 396 squaro feet.
Another land transfer was fllod to
day of considerable importance. Chas.
W. nooth sold five and a fraction acres
of land to Elsie M. Wundenberg for
tho sum of $4000. '
FOR TIE BEST FRUIT
place your order with tu,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. Xing Bi Zkoi II.
1 order any one of the
drinks we have this
week, and you'll be de
lighted with it
liollister Drug Co.,
We have inolveUi CtHaga XOli ta
oir par4a Wrnzy rtmt. Ow wa
en leavee town for WaUdld ml
Crtiefe Hills at 10:30 a. u. tntf
MONTEREY, Cal May 5. Rear Admiral Erans went on board the
flagship Connecticut today and assumed command of the great Fleet.
FLEET SAILS TH IS AFTERNOON
SANTA CRUZ, Cal., May 5. T he Fleet will sail this afternoon for
Paid Ruef Laid Off
SAK FRANCISCO, Cal., Hay 5. SPRINGFIELD, Mo., May 5.
Green testified today that he paid Two thousand employes of the rail
Abe Ruef $30,000. as a fee to put road shoos in this city have been laid
through the Parkiide street railway off on account of the financial de
PARIS. France. Mar 5. The great
Hope diamond hat been sold for
HOO.OOO. It is believed the purchas
er is the Saltan of Turkey.
LOUISVILLE, Ky May 5. The
Derby was won today by Stosestreet
in 2:15 1-0.
Kauai Railway To -Haul
CONTRACT CLOSED THAT WILL MAKE ELEELE CENTRAL SHIPPING
PORT FROM WHICH OVER 60,000 TONS OF FREIGHT
WILL BE SENT OUT ON AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
Tho contract with tho Kauai rail- Tho contract for tho construction of
way for the transportation of the Ma- tho Kauat Tallway extension to con
kawcli sugar crop has been closed. ncct with Makaweli has been let and
Dy tho first of January next the the work la now going forward. The
port of Elcele, Kauai, will bo tho cen- road will cross tne Hanapope gulch
tcr at which over Sixty thousand tons near tho sea and the wholo connection
of freight will be handled and tho ready and In operation In the early
shipping port for all that section of fall, or In time for tho next crop.
Kauai reached by tho ovcr-cxtcudtng Tho Kauai road now handles tho
Kauai railway. output of the Mcllrydo and Makaweli
Tho breakwater nt Klocle has been plantations and slnco the properties
completed and the American-Hawaiian aro so closcl'sltuated there has even
steamship lino wilt handlo tho freight been talk that tho two properties
that Is landed on tho whnrf from the might one day como in under a(gen
railway. oral consolidation scheme.
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LA PORTE. Ind., May 0. The
mutilated bodies of five persons were'
found buried today beneath a house
that was destroyed by fire.
rulLetin aos pay -
This "Diamond" No. 381
Box Calf Bal it made and
built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that a hoary shoe
It never slrafs, like tho
kid, and it ii 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 and atUad
promptly to all Island orders.
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