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VOL. X. NO. 3??8
14 f A 3EF-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. MAY ?r 1908-M PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
Soora by Inn. 12 3
Tliu regular baseball plovers dtil
not turn up earl this aftirncon and
in consequence now pMjers were e-
Icctcd to play. Ihe crov d was
mini 1 1 when the bell to plav ball wuh
I'unnhou I) Ddlm, ir: Hondtr-
, ton. 3b: I.J man. r: .1 Desha. s;
Hampton, p: (;. Wnueii, If: Kin, cf;
Hoogs, 2b; McCoirlstou, lb. I Kla went down on play from third
Kanis McKcti7lo. If; Lemon, ct; to llrst, and Hoogs followed up by
Miller, ,1b; Pern, if; Nacoie, ; Kti- being thrown out bv tho shortstop
hlnn, 3b; Hcuter, p; HamnktiM, u; McCorrlston Mew out to right field'.
Kama. 2b I . THrjftD INNDJQ
FIRST INNING ' Ilamnkua was thrown out by
MtKcnzle wont out oti pln from Hampton. Kama fanned the ar
second to first. Lemon, fans .UiUtlueotlmciC" McKoniU.. otift-safe"
ozone. DlnkS 'Miller walked and one over second. McKlnsle (wined
Kern hit to Hampton. No score. -
Hill Dcshu slarus a corking two
baggcr to tllo middle garden. Hen
derson sacrifice.!. Lyman singled
through short and bi ought Desha
home. .T, Deshu clngled along third-
base Hue, and Liran goeH ahead two
bases Desha stolo second, Hamp-
liU.1 I JILJIJ1 l 1' B.
Pahloe Tiir Aiithhritu
u.sn wants ,inniinH,,...ftihn rfp.in " "wi
ALSO WANT3 "DOUGH"--$100 TO BEGIN
To MOTT-SMITH, Honolulu:
As requested cnture suggest char
acteristic Hawaiian entertainment.!
McDrldc arrange plan now; we help
ing. MAYOR THELAN
ot San Francisco.
VCumlral, captains, officers, unanl
inotisl) want Hawaiian entertain
ment and I nrrange now. Cable au
thority and money.
Cable me Hcet authority. Arrange
Trousers For Summer Wear
OUR LINE OF LIGHT, STRONG,
Flannels and Tropical Worsteds
' At $4.50 and $5.00
Can't Be Beat in Honolulu for
the Price. ' ,
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
coninm p war aothotk, bmumes.
ton Ki-ounded to Hcuter and Ionian
n,ne home on pass ball. J Desha
was put out slldlnp for plate. War-
rcn went out on pln from pitcher to
Kama up. Nocolo out from socoti 1
l iirxt. Kiililnn hit nhnit nml wna
thrown out at llrit. Heutcr fanned.
jsaiond. Lemon flew out to center
Held. lllll Desha was thrown out from
second to fleet. ' Henderson fanned
the atmosphere three times. Lyman
Hew out on n foul to third, ending
the Inning. The Puns are still two
(Continued on Page 6)
now. Cublo me 1100 fleet expenses.
I Writing. M'BRIDU.
To M'JiniDH, San Francisco:
local program being arranged, but
would value suggestions. Walt until
communication bj letter because
must know inoro definitely to prevent
Secretary Mcltrldc seems to be fill
ed with a great 'enthusiasm for ar
ranging nil tho details of Honolu
lu's entertainment of tho Fleet while
he Is In San Francisco.
A hurrj-up cablegram was recclv-
(Continued on Page 6)
HAWAIIAN!) FILE .
. LAND PETITIONS
Ask For The Opening Of
Four Tracts In
The residents of Koolaupoko who
are desiring to settle on tho Govern
ment lands at Knllua and Kancohe
this forenoon filed their petitions for
the survey and setting apart for ap
plication under rgh-of-purchasn
leases of four tracts of land, some of
which aro still In tho possession of
tho Government while others are
lhoId under Icn8c8 controlled by J
Castle. The four applications which
wero filed today were all in tho same
form. They read as follows:
The undersigned, citizens of tho
United States of America, residents
and taxpayers of the District of Koo
laupoko, County of Oahu, Territory
UlfccHawalL most respectfully petition
on lif cause the Government lands
known and called Walkaluawaho and
kcaahala-elle or Puupao), contain
ing 'areas ot 19.43 and 15160 acres
respectively, situate at Kancohe, in
said district of Koolaupoko, to be
surveyed and set apart for applica
tion under rlght-of-purchaBe leased,
according to Section 313 of the He
vlscd Laws Of Hawaii.
"And your petitioners would show
that they are desirous ot acquiring
small holdings, of land ' for homo
steading purposes; that thoy aro not
owners In fee simple of any land
within the Territory of Hawaii, and
The first section of the .Republican
delegation to the National . conven
tion will leave on the steamer China
that goes out some time next week,
provided they can get aboard. No
tional Committeeman Robertson and
wife and Delegate W. T. Robinson
and wife, nnd Senator John Lane will
probably bo in tho party. (
Mr. Robertson go'es early to Chi
cago in order that ho may not lose
nny points In tho gamo for Hawaii.
Ilo Intends to ho present at -tho
meetings of the commltteo first, last,
and always. There will probably be
plenty of work to do.
an you trusting with the
success of your Business
A careful, honest broker
who carries out your orders
implicitly, it tho best aid
you can have.
We are careful, reliable
STOCK and .BOND BROKERS,
and YOU WILL BO WELL TO
SEAL THROUGH US.
?nrt 8r." Ocnolutn
The Fleet will como to Honolulu
with all Its principal stores In the
larder. Permanent stores will not be
required hero, and the pufikascs will
bo such as tho men and Ihc officers of
the mess may require! for their Imme
This Is tho gist ot offlrlil Informa
tion received In the city Ijj (he Ala
meda m ill.
The work which Is being dono on
tho fortifications at Pearl Harbor hs
been abandoned by the Hawaiian la
borers employed tin mm, who have
Bono on n Btrtke. They claim that
thoy havo been (pried to work on
Sunday and after-hours without be
ing paid extra therefor, and tho, dis
pute which cnsucdicmlcd in a gcneial
Two dajs ago the Ilawnlians struck
and left for town to air their griev
ances to tho press.
"Tho trouble is this," Bald a couplo
o&allo men to a llulletln reporter.
vsomo tltno ago we ucgnnrto woik
ten jhlnutes before T O'clock In the
morning and quit work twenty min
utes past three. It was under John
Do Fries that wo workid. Of couro
tho work Is for the United States
Government, by whlih De Fries was
emplo)ed. One morning De Fries
told us to go to work ten minutes be
fore 7 o'clock, and we did so, quit
ting nt twenty minutes nfter 3. Usu
ally we commence work at seven In
ihe morning and finish at half-past
3 In the afternoon, allowing us thir
ty minutes for lunch On that par
ticular day, when we quit work at
(Oontfcraed on ivt
Back up this movement to Improve
the ttrtsti and sidewalks, ,
S.S. "ALAMEDA," MAY 13,
will carry our next fruit shipment
to the Coast,
Island Fruit Co.,
78 S. Kin? St Phone IB.
We hare included College Klh in
our ptroaU delivery route. Out wa
ten leaves town for WaiUki and
College Hint at 10.-30 a. a. every
Bread and Pastry
Made Fresh Every Mornine.'
TRYOUR GERMAN APPLE CAKE.
Alexander Young Cafe
Work in e n
Arrange Fruit ' Display
Display of Island fruits, consisting
of pineapples, bananas, mangoes, pa
palas, oranges and other varieties
will bo made under the roof of the old
Flihmarkct, when Uic Fleet arrivon
and the membership of tho Royal Ha
waiian band will lie Increased during
the Fleet's stay. This was dccldod on
at the meeting ot tho Fleet subcom
mittee on Entertainment, this morn
ing. A. h. C. Atklnsou suggested that a
display ot Island fruits bo madeln thu
old flshmarkct for tho benefit 'of tho
men of tho fleet- This somewhat pus
xlcd Billy Hooks, who asked Whether
tho fruits would bo put up only for ex
hibition or for eating purpoaca.
"Certainly," camo back 'Atkinson.
"Show them what kind of fruits we
havo hero and let (hem eat thoni.
When ou hove a banquet, you have
got to take a look at your dishes be
fore ou hcln ourself."
Chairman Waldron appointed Atkln'
son a commltteo of ono to look Into
the necessary estimate for providing
such fruits, to rcjiort back at the
meeting on Tuesday next.
Tho question of entertaining the
press representatives of tho fleet camo
up for discussion bu Mr, Sbeba, ed
itor ot tho Hawaii Shlnpo, and a
member ot tho Press Commltteo as
surcd the sub-committee that they
(Continued on Page 6)
The chairmen ot the. Fleet com
mittees met in the Governor's office
this afternoon and Indulged In a
general conference on Fleet enter
tainment affairs .
The llret thing done was to sanc
tion tho cablegram sent by Oovernor
Mott-Smlth to C. It. McUrlde. It was
fcuicd by tho lommlttco that Mc
Urlde Is going too fast. At the closi
of tho session another motion was
passed to have another telegram sent
Mcllrldo to make no nrranReraonts
without tho authority ot tho commit
Tho Decoration, Entertainment
and Sports Committees havo very
(Continued on Pt )i
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18i S. KING STREET.
order any one of the
drinks We have this
week, and you'll be de
lighted with it.
Hollister Drug Co.,
Special to The B u 1 1 e t i n
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Ma" 9.
Stanley Kctchell knocked out Jack
(Twin) Sullivan here today, doinp
so by a succession of body blows in
the twentieth round.
Ketchell had the advantage in
nearly every round, drawing blood in
Command To Thomas
SAN PRANCISCO, Cal., May 9. Admiral Evans has relinquished
the commanl of the Fleet to Admiral Thomas. He will go east tonight.
Admiral. Sp:rry will succeed Thomas on the 15th. -
Act Is Repealed
LONDON, England, May 9. The House of Commons has passed a
bill repealing the Irish coercion act.
I OAKLAND, Cal., May 9. A parade and a banquet arc being given
in honor of Secretary Metcalf of the Navy.
YALE BEATS PRINCETON
NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 9. Yale beat Princeton in the annual
track and field meet.
GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala, May 9. Colonel Solosano Vincerite
Sesana, a prominent citizen, was executed today at the order of General
PEKIN, China, May 9. A serious revolt is rairinir in Yunnan. The
provincial troops have been twice defeated. French aid is being oskei
BAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 8. SUGAR: Beets, 83 analysis, lis,
9d. Parity, 4.49 cents. Previousquotation. lis. 8 l-4d.
QUIT POLITICS AND
Good, sound advice, isn't it I
Our advice to you in re this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Blucher
Bal. is just as sound. It is
made of good, sound material
ajl the way through, whicli,
coupled with honest workman
ship, makes it a safe purchase.
You can't go wrong buying
these shoes. Price, $4.00, We
have a large stock of them
and can fill Island orders on
P. 0. Bos 460.
the first. He was more aggressive
than Sullivan, whose neat cleverness
was unable to withstand his onno
ncnt's terrific tranches. He was near
ly out in thirteenth round, but ral
lied for a few more rounds. On leav
ing the Ting he claimed that he had
been struck a foul blow.
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