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Every ambitious, healthy-minded
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From San Francisco;
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For San Francisco:
Clilnn May 10
llllonlnn 'Mny lit
Aornngl Mny 30
Mnnulw . . May 27
self. He usually begins at the pin
show stage and works up to tae point,
where he owns all the tops, marbles
and pigeons in his neighborhood.
The Bulletin Vacation Trip
Flan .will just suit the hustling boy
who wants to earn a summer outing
for himself, or 'he can give it away
to anyone he cares for more than
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ciated with1 energy.
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VOL. X. NO. 4002
lO PAGE?-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1908-IO PAGES
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DELEGATES ARE NOW
Democrat leaders Jump
Hard On .Sheriff
12. M. Watson,.
II. XI. Coke.
1'. I'. Wrinln,
C. W. Kmitl-cii.
The aliovo names represent tlio list
of eandldiitcu fill' delegated to tlio
Democratic National Convention! the
lenulnder of l!ic persons mentioned
liciotnfoiu lie Leing In the r.ico hav
ing either dioppoJ out or having at
least letlreil to u buck Ke.it. It is
ccnsldoiod certain th:it McGonngle
mid W'fi Iran will lepfcsent Oahu;
thut Hudson will tepivicnt Kauai,
ami that l)r, Itayuicnd will go for
Maul. The local Democratic leaders
are undo.' the Imiiriuaiun that Palmer
Wc.odj la not nsplilng to go, in
which rase Metzger mid Shiftman
will hu the men fioni Hawaii, It la
Bald. However, should Woodu want
to go, one of theso would have to
The Democratic leaders arc at
piesent bomewhnt exercised at a re
port to the effect that Sheriff lauke.i
had slated to two prominent politi
cians that lie would piobubly not
heel; the suppurt of any political par
ty in the next campaign, hut that he
would probably 11111 independently,
pinning his ttust on the reform ele
ment and tho I'olico OfTlclal Organ,
which was, so he has been quoted,
Biipport enough for him.
In this connection It may be stated
that the Sheilft was glvon a wigging
by 'tho Central Committee a few' days
ago, when It mi discovered that ho
was having a quiet llttlu palltlcul
stunt pulled olf for lila own benefit
by one of tho officers of his depait
moat, and this in spite of the fact
that hu has strictly ordeted his force
not to take any peit In such political
work, tind has prided himself some
uli.it over hU virtue In doing so.
it nppoirs that Mies Hobo' Davison,
who W employed as humano officer by
the department, has been doing some
KticuuouH piouiatlon work for laukea
, (Continued un Page'G)
YOUR SUMMER SHIRTS the same way you would order a
sack of rice. There is j't much difference between one kind
of rice and another, bit there's all the difference in the
world, in shirts.
Star, Wilson Bros., and Ciiiett
shirts have Quality stimped
to be sure of is that the label
the right size.
New Shipment ex Alameda -
THE KASH CO. LTD.,
CORNER OP FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Gossip has been busy with tlio affairs of tho Prlnco and Princes
Kawnnanakoa for tlio last three months, mid with Iho departure of the
l'urkois Tor the Coast a new nop
A Bulletin repiescntatlve
noon and sho set nil hour this morning nt which she would giant an In
terview for publication. Tho Piinccss said:
"I wish to stato that I deny most emphatically tho truth of tho story
leg.udlng my Intention of suing far dlvoriu from Prince David. Tlio
Prlnco went away with Colonol Pinker and Colonel linker to Canada,
wnere tney intend to do some limiting and fishing,
"I have nothing to say against Prince David. Ho has beon a very
Taftliful husband to me, and It Is hard to say whether I could havo mur
lled a bettor husband than ho. ll'e went away to Book henlth and when
ho returns we shall live as happily ni wo have been doing In the past.
"It Is a pleusuio for mo to uhnouncojjuit our home-life lias boon
very happy. As to my marrying n.Niw'Yoik llniincier after the dlvo'rco,
that is Lomethlng too ildlculou.i to oon talk about. There 'is absolutely
noming in tins story. r
"An to my Blstor Murlol'H engagement to licit Peterson, why,
these la absolutely no truth In It. Who darted this rumor I don't know.
but It Is certainly a falsehood.
aa wen as Air. and .Mrs. Parker
all over them. All you -have
is there, and that the shirt is i
called on tho Pilncess yesterday uflor
Jit Bister is only a school glH. I know'
thtt tho rumor Is groundless."
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 13.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
Cd. Parity,, 4.43 cents. Previous
quotation, lis. 7 l-2d.
,o f th'e city.
the Real Es
ment. & Hawaiian Trusl
ra Company, Ltd,
$& Fori Hi. Hcnokil
HAWAII WANTS SHARE
UOVKIINOR FltKAn, Washington, D. C.
Why cannot beef ami other Fleet supplies be purchased hole? Ilu
re.au Supplies advise will not be done. Satisfactory prices guaranteed.
Aro we not entitled to consideration?
CHAMIlEIt OK CC-MMEKCE,
J. P. COOKB. Acting President;
O. W. BMIT1I. President;
HAWAIIAN LIVE STOCK IIRKKDKKS' ASSN.,
II. M. VON HOIr,' President.
KUIIIO, Washington, 1) c "
letter received llu.ciii Supplied to effect no beef purohaied hero. V'o
reijtiB t ou boo ltuirau i-ndcavor linvo beef and other Fleet supplies pur
chased here. Sntlsfacton pi lies gui rnnteed.
CIlAMIIKK OP COMMERCE,
f J. P. COOKE. Acting Pietldcnt.
MERCIlAN.ri' ASSOCIATION. '
O. W. SMITH, President;
HAWAIIAN I.IVE'STOSK IIREEDERS' A8SN.,
It. M. VON HOI.T, President.
Tho aliovo two cablegrams were
fce.nt this forenoon to Governor Frcar
and Delegare Kalanlannole as a v.
sulX of n meeting hjJ this forenoon
at It o'clock lu the prlvcte office of
J. P. Cooke. It was called for the
purpose of having the utmost efforts
made to huvo the Territory get n
chance to deliver home of the Fleet
MOSES KOKI CASE
ON TRIAL TODAY
Attorneys Mix When
Bulletin Story Is
The trial of Moses Kokl, ,accutcd or
robbing the United States mulls, has
nt last been begun 111 the United
Statci District Com t. and, from the
way tilings have been going bo fur,
In 'the selection of tho jurors, the
case will proto to be one of the most
Interesting that bus romu up for tome
time. Tho most of Iho morning wn4
taken up In selecting thu jury, as thcro
were a number of pieniptory chal
lenges by the counsel on both sides.
Tho jury that was finally selected
Ib as follows: S. IS Hose, 11. H. Mnc
furlano, Horace Johnson, Geo. O. Ful
ler, Henry A. QIKs, S. P. Wood, E. J.
Weight, Chas. llartow, 11. E. Paxton,
Aitliur Coyne, Jih Aku unu Oeorgo
William Hall was challenge by Dis
trict Attorney Ilreckons on account of
tlio fnct Unit n hi other of tho defend
ant, Moso Kokl, Is employed by thu
(Contiaued on l?age 4)
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S.B. "ALAMEDA," MAY 13,
will carry our next fruit shipment
to the Coast.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St Phone IS.
We Are Sure
that, in the menu of our
(25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c)
your appetite and your
pocketbook will be equally
Alexander Young. Cafe
tM .Telephone 361i; ' r
Biippllei. Those present were J. P,
Cooke, representing tho Chamber of
Commerce; Q. V. Smith and Ed. Pur
'Is, representing tho Merchants'' Asso
ciation; H. M. von Holt Rlid 11 W
Shingle, representing the Llvu Stock
Ilrecders' Association; and'Mnnnger
0. J. Waller of the Metropolitan, Meat
(Ootuind on Page 4)
Tax Assessor Is Witness
Here; Taxes Due
When District Tax Assessor Vree
denberg of South Kohala was sub
poenaed as a witness In tho Kokl
cabe, now being tried In Judge
Dole's court, tho pcoplo of his part
of th'e country did not think what
trouble might nitso from his absence
at this time. Hut now an emergency
hns arisen, because taxes aro duo on
the Ifith and there Is no ono there to
glvo tho proper receipts for them
when they aro pal
Ono deputy alone remains nt Ko
hala, but, from tho trend at Mr.
Vreedeubcrg's remarks this morning,
It might bo inferred that no great
amount will bo paid him. Treasurer
Campbell strenuously and emphati
cally usserts that the deputy can give
temporary receipts for taxes, but
says that trouble might bo started If
tlie mutter Is bruited In tho uows-
Tho question Is whether tho pco
plo of Kohala will pay their tuxc.i
and accept temporary receipts, or
(Continued on Pee 4)
Everybody says so, after trying an
At Our New Fountain.
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185' S. KING STREET.
CASABLANCA, Morocco, May 1 4. There wss a collision here today
between French and Spanish troops. Three were killed and three wounded.
SPAIN DEMANDS EXPLANATION
MADRID, Spain, May 14. Th5 Spanish Government has demanded
an, explanation from France of the C
troops were attacked.
Alaska For Ti
SAN FEAHCISCO, Cal., May 14. The Alwfci delegates to the Rcpub
lican convention have been instructed for Tafl.
'Uflliu i y Wp41
SAN FBANCISCO, CaL, May 14.
fight is ten to three on Garis.
AnaorUttttl Prtna Special Cable
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 14.
A magnificent gold punch set, given
by the State of California, was today
presented the armored cruiser Cali
fornia in the name of the State.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. May 14.
This is Berkeley Day in the Fleet
entertainment schedule. Tremen
dous crowds attended the events in
the university town.
"I told you so." said tho man who
sees thu boom ahead, today.
He point ml to the Stock Exclmnga
lint (mowing the steady rise In sugar
becurltles, and moiu especially with
pride to tho announcement to tho tf
llect that the Kwn Plantation will at
the nnil of tbtK tnnn nnv tlwt f.vtrii .Hi'.
Idend which has been prophesied as1
fortliconilng for somo tlmo past. The
director of flio plantation this fore
noon made the announcement that the
company would pay an extra dividend
or 2 per cent nt tho tlmo stated. This
will menu that, counting In tho reg
ular monthly dividend of ono per cent,
this one plantation nlono will plucu
$150 000 In various pockets when the
glad day conies.
QUIT POLITICS AND
Good, sound advice, isn't it f
Our advice to you in re this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Blucher
Bol it 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. Wo
have a large stock of them
and can fill Island orders on
Tribute Of iFail For
California 2 Millions
P. 0. Box4G9. C09 Ltd. Phone 282
iff k m
osablanca incident, in which Spanish
The betting oh the dans-Unliolz
CLEVELAND, 0., May 14. The
Reserve Trust Company has assiencd
toda- witsh liabilities of two mil
lion seven hundied thousand dollars.
PARIS, Fiance, May 14. The Mc- "
Ke divorce has been granted, both
parties being blamed. ""
Mrs. JtcKeo was the widow of
Hugh Tevls, who died In Yulcotiaina
whllo on their weddlug tmir The
tilal of this case wat. wiuatlonal and
WASHINGTON, D, C, May 14
The Senate has passed the Sundry
Civil Appropriation bill. '
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