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Ask the Bulletin Office 256--to send you a booklet onffie Vacation Trips
lrom San Franeisco:,
Hungkoug Mini May 1
Alnmeda May 8
For Snn Frnusisco:
Xovadan Apr. 2U
America, Mnru May 2
Mamma May y
MnniiVn May 27
A Fifty-Dollar Trip may be seoured
In twenty-four hours by any person
who really wants an outing and pot
sesscs the energy to go after it.
A Round-Trip Ticket and Cash for
a 7-Day Stay At Any Hotel Anywhere
ii well worth while.
mr Aik the BULLETIN Of
fice bv Phone, Postal, or in Penon
for a Booklet that tells all about it.
Outings Everywhere for Everybody
VOL. X. NO. 3995
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAW An, WEDNESDAY. MAY 6. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
Out Of Achi's Camp
ly link And Others
Mill MiCnndlcet Is ovlilnntly win
ii I hi: thu Iio.uls iif MiK longshoremen
Arlil iind 111 ii f.K linn will liunr fioni
tlio btuvedorcs nuvt Saturday night
at Ahl.i I'aik, where a meeting o(
tile Hill l'nol.i, or thu l.ongshore
nieii'n ISpunwilenl anil Relief Society,
numbering nlinui I'lO, wl'l liti held.
Mill. McCaiuII(M3 mirl X; Woltors
niu backing tlin longshoremen in
their opposition t'i tho A (ill Jai lion.
J.nsl Moudaj night tlio mull had ii
meeting at their headquarters nml
decided to work ngnlnrt tlio Arhl
Labor patty. Tlio Hor hut, been cir
culating along tlio waterfront to tlio
offect tliat Arhl through lita subordi
nates slated that all tho longsboo
iiKin ami the inoinbciH of tlio Ucllot
Society weio Ills nportors. Thin
nt'WH did not ple.iHO tlio londois ot
tho .Society, nti'l thioiigh them the
news w.ih reported to tho heads of
the stevedore linn, which hau an
ofllLo on Queen street.
At tho meet lug ot .Monday night
11o letters, signed by linole leaders
of tho l'oolas, woro ic til, nsMliK the
members of the Society If they wcrr,
lucking or would support At 111 and
his Labor party ut tho tomlug clic
llon. Ono letter, tt Is s.ild, was sign
ed by l.InK Mt Candles and tinolher
by Air. Woltors. It was stated thnn
that If nno!io was found to bo back
ing tho I.nbor party ho would not bo
Bullet-Mole Cuts Clean
His I hero been an attempt inado to
nuMPflnato Attorney flcnoral llenien-
A cleiMirut holo thioiigh tho win
dow on the W.illdkl sldo of his olllco
In tho nxeenllve building, as It inudd
For Summer Wear
OUR LINE OF LIGHT, STRONG,
Flannels and Tropical Worsteds
At $4.50 arid $5.00
Can't Be Beat in Honolulu for
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FAST
Riven, u Job on tho waterfront, even
tutnigli ho wero a member of tlio So
ilety. During tho dollbcriitlons over
tho Arhl matter, lloll Thornton, tho
Ico president of tho Society, ndvlscd
his fellow members to keep nwny
from tho Labor party and vote foi
ttie peoplo and tho parties that aro
giving them their dally bread.
There were many speeches made,
all of wlikh wero opposed to tho lrop
osltlou to work In conjunction with
tho Labor party.
When asked If MrCundk-ss was
pretont, mid mado a speech, nna of
the nieuibers refused to answer.
At tho niccttCK on Saturday night
at Anln I'nrk tho speakers will bo
Chau. Kancko.t'nnd lloll Thornton,
lespectlvoly president niul vlco presi
dent of tho Society, nnd n few haolo
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A cables! am received flora C. H.
Mcllildt- Mates that Ills Mter con
cornlitR tho entertainment or tho
riei't curilcs tho suggestion that San
jrianclsco pioposcs that llonoiilu
shall prepare u tjplcnl Iliiwollun en
tertainment of tho Fleet. Mcllrfdo
, Intimated that ho ho authorized to
preparo tho program for tho entertain
ment In San Francisco.
by a bullet, has caused tho nbovo
iiurstlon to bo whispered among thoso
who mo on tho inside or nffalis. Tho
fact that Mr: Ilcmenway himself pooh
pooliH tho Idea, laughs nl It, and tries
to pass It oil as all a big Joke, does
not maku tho fact any tho less appar
ent that nn attempt may Imvo been
mado upon his life.
Mystery shrouds the wholo affair,
AceordliiK to tho Attorney (leneral,
llio holo was mado thiough tho win
dow about, six months ago soma lima
durliu; tho night. Ho snjn that it
was probably mado bj u stono, but thu
holo Is so Miiall and so wcll-iloflned
that tho bullet theory Is moro easy
It also hcenis straiigo that some-
thing was not henid ot it nt tho tlmo
when tho deed wan committed, nnd It
may be, although no definite Infoima-
(Continucd on Page 6)
AN) H4TSL STREWS.
),- ;-. ..-! A,, .tf1
LOST IN KONA
Weak In Fourth But Can
Elect All Other
May Offer To Fuse With Democratic
Party on the Senatorial
Among tho politicians tho vnik
ulilrh Ik helm: done bv W. C Arlil
towards tho forming of his new lulmr
party has for somu llmu past been ro-
I canlcil with cousldorablo Interest, or,
I to u so tho famous expression t Mill-
vaui-y, "Invidious apprehension." Em
tlmatos is to tho strength which Acbl
would be ablo to muster nt tho polls
ImvuJjuen.mude, hut they Imvo varied
widely owing to tho fact that It was
Impossible to gut any dntu on which
to base the figure;, and heretofore tho
shrowd Aclil hi in sol t has declined 10
glvo out any figures of his own. This
morning, however, ho unbosomed him
(Continued on Page 2)
SAITO PLEASED AT
Consul Believes Treaty
Will Produce Great
"Tho nibltrntlon treaty, signed by
the United Stntes and Japan Is a
good one. It will bring peace, mid
prosperity between theso two nn
tlnna, and tho people will have no
fear of war,"
This was tho statement mado by
tho Hon. Mlkl Halto, Japanese, Consul
Ooneral for Hawaii. In an Interview
" think," continued Salto, "that
Prlnco Ito, the greatest slalesiiinii of
Japan, wan Instrumental In bringing
libout this arbitration treaty between
thebo two nations, so far ns the Jap
anese Government was concerned.
Tho subject was undoubtedly discuss
ed ami arranged by tho members of
tho Japanese Privy Council, which
consists ot all tho leading polltl-
(Continued on Page 2)
are you trusting with the
success of your Business
- A careful, honest broker
who carries out your orders
implicitly, is the best aid
you can have.
We are careful, reliable
STOCK ana BOND BROKERS,
and YOU WILL DO WELL TO
DEAL THROUGH US.
(Rlicclal llullt't in Wireless)
llllo, Hawaii. Al ii. Mrs. T.
Snow Miller, a sister or Lord
lCoberts wiro, was found dead to-
day in thu forest near Kenlake-
Mrs. Miller, u l.iil of soventy
years, Is from England and has
been stopping nt tlio -elIl, al "
Kenlnkckii.1, She welil out walk-
Ing and us she fulled to return a
f searching jiartj was sont out for
f her. This party searched tho
beach and tho woods nil night.
f Tl)Is forenoon Luther Aungst -f
f fojind tho womnn's body lying
f face down on the trnll near tho
bench nt Keaulioti.
Her clothes wero badly torn,
-t ludlcntlng that kIio hud wandered 4
-fon foot on the mountain, and al-f
-though she found. tho bench trail
sho died trom exposure, weak-
f ness and hunger.
-f DUCKLAND. -f
Watching forty thousand dollars
worth of diamonds Otto Lutz, tho driv
er or a public auto, spent tho early
hours ot this morning. Tho Jewels
had bocn left In his machine. No. 50,
by mistake, and Lutz, disregarding tha
great tcniptntlov which might have
caused many men to fall when a for
tune, was within their grasp, burned
tha midnight oil waiting until tho time
when ho could return tho diamonds.
The owner of thu Jowols, a woll
known part-IInwiilhui lady of great
wealth and position in society, took
them from tho snfo of Wlcbmnn &.
Co., where lhe had been deposited
for safe keeping last evening. Hho
then wont to a function at tho Moana
hotel, whero she woru tho diamonds;
and ictiirned lo her homo In thu auto
drhen liy Lutz.
After bho had left tho machine Lutz
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Back up this movement to Improv.
the itrrati and sidewalks.
J. Hopp & Co..
185 S. KING STREET.
Bread and Pastry
Made Fresh Every Morning.
TRY OUR GERMAN APPLE CAKE.
Alexander Young Cafe
tHWA,X ajM&fc .ftljbUlWOlft. ft.WritWl j aka.tVl.tg.JiJ 'JeJlllilU ft ikrfttt
WORTH JF SUGAR
This Is Total Value Of
To May 1
AVERAGE PRICE WAS
4.1S CENTS A POUND
Prosperity of the Territory Shown
By Figures Which Do
That the sugar business or Hawaii
has been doing splendidly so far this
year Is shown by most Interesting
figures wklch have been compiled by
Frank Athcrton of the Sugar Factor
Company. It shows that Hawaii has
realized on an average ot $4.15 per
hundred on all tho sugar shkiped this
year which reached the market.
During April a total of 69,000 tons
was shipped, and during; May tho
great amount of 191,900 tons fol
lowed. The total of sugar which ar
rived at Its destination up to May 1
(Continued on Page 8)
Mumbrue Of Montana
Talks Of Volcano
"The Volcano Is a great light,"
remarked D, I. Mumbruo ot Mon
tana, who recently returned from a
business and pleasure trip to the big
"Tho lava is near enough the' top
to sulk me and the pit seems to be
Oiling up. The whole floor ot the pft
is practically on fire. I went to sea
It three times. It Is a wonderful
Mr. Mumbruo Is the man whom a
llllo paper credited with being a rep
rcscntathe ot tho Chicago, Milwau
kee nnd St. I'nul Railway, who was
looking over the timber ot the Ma
(Oontfarotd en He 41
S.S. "ALAMEDA," MAY 13,
will carry our next fruit shipment
to the Coast.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S.King St FhoMll.
order any one of the
SIXTY-NINE n e w
drinks we have this
week, and you'll be de
lighted with it.
Hollister Drug Co.,
We have iaeiuded OtUega Mil in
our parcels delivery route, tir wa
Kin leaves town for Waidki tad
College Hills at 10:80 a. nt. every
San Francisco Greets
Admiral Evan's Fleet
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 6. Admiral Evans' Fleet arrired here
today and joined the Pacific Squadrons, There were nearly a million
Following Is tho San Francisco pro
gram for tho entertainment of tho
comblnod fleet under command of
Rear Admiral Kvans now In Sun Fran
cisco harbor. Over fifty fighting ships
arc Included In tho fleet, tho most
powerful eter assembled under one
flag and ono command
Wednesday, May 6th Fleet arrives
at 2 p. m.: first reception and hall to
officers, Fairmont Hotel, 9 p. m.; il
lumination ot fleet; band concerts.
Metcalf Asked To
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, 'May 6. Secretary of the Navy Metcalf was
given a public breakfast here today. In answer to a petition he stated
jhat he would discuss 'with President
ing a iorce oi warsnips in me racinc.
Will Come To Hawaii
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 6. Prof. Koch,, the famous bacteriol
ogist, intends going to Hawaii.
BELMONT'S HORSE WINS
LONDON, England, May 6. Belmont's horse Norman Third won the
2.000-guinea, prite today.
HARMON NOMINATED M
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 6, Harmon has been nominated for Gov
ernor, ' i
WORK OF BLACK HAND
NEW YORK, N. Y., May 6. An Italian boy cut the throats or
five sleeping persons. It is thought to be the work of the Black Hand.
In Stcln-Dloch clothes, you get the Remember that the Qarbag Dtpart
result of over fifty ) cars' dally en- mint hat promlaed to cart away tha
dcavor to excel. Wo keop them bo- rafuea whan you clean up your aid
causo they are tho best. M. Mclner- walk. Call up tha department when
ny, Ltd.. agent. your part of tha work It dent.
o..i.. do., Ltd.
Thursday, May 7th Orand parade
nt 9 a. ra.; 15,000 men In line; music
In Union Square all afternoon; ath
letic events In naval pavilion, 8 p. m :
Governor's banquet to Secrotary or
Navy, Fairmont, 7.30 p. m., band
Frldny.fl May 8th Review ol licet
by Secretary or Nay, morning; music
In Union Square, afternoon; athletic
events In naval imllton, 8 p. ni ; San
fCoBtianed m Pass 2)
Roosevelt the proposition of keep
This "Diamond" No. 331
Box Calf Bal is made and
built to stand the knocks and
rough usage that & heavy shoe
It never ikuffs, like tha
kid, and it is strong and com
fortable, very popular shoe
with those who are looking
for shoe value and wearing
quality in a heavy tho.
We solicit and attead
promptly to all Island orders.