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VOL. X. NO. 4000 HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. MAY 12 1908 PRICE 5 CENTS .9
Acting-Governor Mott-Smith, Honolulu
Washington, May 12, 1908
Congress has passed $3,100,000 for Pearl Harbor and
for Kauai Lighthouse. Kalanianaole
Hughes No Second
NEW YORK, N. Y., May 12. Governor Hughes states that he will
not accept nomination as Vice President
INDEPENDENCE FOR KOREA
SEOUL, Korea, May 12. Marquis Ito says that he is trying to pre
paie Korea for independence.
GREAT NORTHERN ROBBED
SEATTLE, Wash., May 12. An
express car on the Great Northern
Railway was robbed today and $10,-
000. secured by the bandits.
CELEBRATE AT CHEMULPO
CHEMULPO, Korea, May 12.
Celebration of the anniversary of
opening this port is being held to
day. SAILORS' EXCURSIONS
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 12.
The entertainment of the Fleet to
day was devoted to excursions for
the sailors, and baseball gomes.
BASTILLO GETS OUT
GUATEMALA CITY. C. A., May 12
Safe conduct out of the country has
been given the imprisoned Honduran
General Bastillo. V
BIG TONOPAH FIRE
TONOPAH, Nov., May 12. A fire
here today did damage amounting to
Tlie baBoball ntiios of tho two even
ing papers mu training strenuously
(Ills week on Tnnsan. Tho value of
tliu ttso of tills water In all athletic
work was well exemplified last Sun
The following congratulatory cablegram was cent this morning.
"Congratulations on your good work." MOTT-SMITH.
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WMF K Pi
YOUR SUMMER SHIRTS the same way you would order a
sack of rice. There isn't much difference between one kind
of rice and another, but there's all the difference in the
world, in shirts.
Star, Wilson Bros., and Cluett
shirts have Quality stamped all over them. All you have
to be sure of is that the label is there, and that the shirt is i
tiie right size.
New Shipment ex Alameda
KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Rodents To Number Of
434 Trapped- -None
Systematic bacteriological exami
nation of ovcry rat trapped for tho
Inst two months by tho employes of
tho Hoard of Health Department has
failed to produce ono rodent with
traces of tho pest Infection. Dr.
Honnld Cuirle, who has taken the
matter of rats In hand for the Hoard
of Health, has embodied a number of
interesting facts In his report to Dr.
1.. H. Cofer regarding tho war agalnM
the disease-spreading animal, an J
they all go to show with what sys
tem tho work Is going on. It is also
a fact worthy of mention that tho
average cost per rat for trapping
and mlnuto examination Is only 25
cents. This is much lower than tho
average lato of cost in many other
places whero similar work Is being
Ono lone llttlo rat Is Yeportcd as
being found dead, and .ho was hon
ored by a bacteriological examina
tion, without, however, any traces nf
the pest infection being found. The
totnl number of rats trapped Is 431,
and tho total numbor examined bac
tcrlologlcally Is 378 Altogether the
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success of your Busineu
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who carries ont your orders
implicitly, is the 'best aid
. you can have.
We are careful, reliable
STOCK and BOND BROKERS,
and YOU WILL DO WELL TO
DEAL THROUGH US.
Port !r. Btnokifo
Tho meting for tho formal dlslncor
poratloti of the old houso of M. S. Grin
liaum & Co. will ho held tomorrow
tortMioon In lliu nfllcos of tho com
pany. This concern gac up Its
wholesale and agency business some
years ago and lias slnco been devoting
Itself to Insurance and commission.
Mr. Gnrtcnberg leaves soon for the
Tho ofllclal Itinerary of tho ricot
wis lecelu-d today at tho Naval Sta
tion. This status that tho Atlantic
Fleet will Ieae Snn Francisco for this
poit on tho morning of July T. The
ships will lie nine days at ecu and nr
'rlvo at this iioit Thursday, July 1(1.
They will l-ao Thursday, July 23.
proceeding to Auckland.
Tho ngeut for the American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company states that ho
has rcceheil a pilv.ito letter announc
ing that Ihu passenger rates of his lino
will bo cut to ;C5 to meet tho Alameda
cut. Yesterday a direct denial of this
assertion was Issued, fiom his olTlce.
Thuro is a particularly happy look
on tho faces of tlm en'plojes of tho
United States Mai dials offlco this af
ternoon, for. a giiMit denl of their pay
camo down on tho transport Sheridan,
now In poit
It Is said tint two mall bags wcro
cut Instead of ono, In tho mall robbing
case of Moses Kokl.
S.S. "ALAMEDA," MAY 13,
will carry our next fruit shipment
to the Coast.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery rout. Our wa
fon leaves town for WaildW and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
of this: We serve the best
BREAD and the best WA
TER in Honolulu with our
Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
OSCAR COX WILL
Brown Says He Does Not
Oscar Cow deputy sheriff of Waa-
lua. Is tho 1 f-t c-Midldate for Sher
iff of tho County of Calm. Ills
friends nro working hard for him
and, judging fiom present indica
tions, It Is probablo that ho will
make n good fight In tho convention.
Cox Is n Republican and Is well liked
by his friends, no matter whether
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THE WE 'Hi
In honor of tho officers and ladles
on tho 17. S. transport Sheridan,
which came Into port this morning,
theio will bo a special danco at the
popular Seaside Hotel this evening.
Umest Kaal's singing orchestra will
render selections dm lug' dlnnor and
will piny for tho dances. AH tboso
of tho Army and Navy, besides tho
usual friends of tho Seaside, nro cor
dially Invited. Ungagoi your tables
early for dinner as a great many
luuo already been reserved.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
order any one of the
drinks we have this
week, and you'll be de
lighted with it.
Alexander Young Cafe Hollister Drug Co.,
Tho information camo from n pio
mlncnt ofllclal this morning that
tliero Is a question as to tho nature
of tho S3, 1C0, 000. appropriation Just
passed by Congress, caused y an am
b',ulty In tho wording of tho cablo
rcccUcd In regard to tho matter.
That tho woik is authorized, howev
er, is certain, and that construction
will begin toon Is also bayond n
doubt. Whether tho umi unt ueoded
for the diedging of the ch nnel has
nil been allowed Is iilao another ques
tion, and It la not Known if tho
wati'r-wiv wo) I. and tho construc
tion of the nnvnl stntlon and dry
docks will bo rushed along slmulta-
BOS HB6I8 iffllffl
Kellogg, tho Wnhlawa plucnpplo
king, and his associates are going
right ahead In tho dovclopmont of
tlio largo tract of html in Kooluuloa
which was secured n shoit tlmo ago,
and tho matter of their incorpotnt
ing will now tie only a few das off.
Kellogg could not bo scon todny,
as ho had gono to Wnhlawa to look
after his Interests there, but It was
learned from n roltablo sou ice thn:
ho and his associates an III ueo tlu
steam plows and other properly
which belonged to tho Heel.i Agri
cultural Company, In tho culthatlon
of the now pineapple plantation. Tho
negotiations for tho purchase of tills
hno not ob yet boon completed, but
It is regarded ns n suro thing that
tho plncapplo plant? will tako ovor
nil tho old sugar plantations belong
ings In this line, while they will nUo
import no.v .machinery from ho
mainland. Tho first sod In tho now
ontorprlso was turned today
QUIT POLITICS AND
Qocd, sound advice, isn't it?
Oar advice to you in le this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Bluchcr
Bol. is just as sound. It is
made of good, sound material
all the way through, which,
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. Box483. CO., Xltd. Phone 283