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School-teachers need a vacation
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For San Francisco:
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Illlonlnn Mny ll
Aornngi May 30
Manuka May 27
but cannot always afford one. The i
Bulletin is now offering the
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gain an outing without drawing on
thc savings-bank account. Any teach- I
er may go anywhere; no names will
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sary number of subscriptions arc
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VOL. X. NO. 4004
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SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., May 16.
Admiral Davton's squadron may go
to thc Philinninc3 this fall.
.laaoctnfrd J'iym Special Coble
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., May 10.
The armored cruiser South Dakota
vlias developed a speed of 22.36 knots
this being the record for her class.
r4tHnl(( Prs Sprrtal Cable I
LONDON, Eng., May 16. Jay
Gould won the amateur tenuis cliam
pionshio. TO BUILD WARSHIPS
t.li.iodufrtl i'ij Kvcclal Cabin)
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 10.
It has b:en decided that one of thc
new battleships is to bn built bv the
Brooklyn Navy Yr.rd and a collier at
lAfotfattd 1'rtBi Sptclnl fa He)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 10.
Nominations have been made of E.
D. Taussig for Rear Admiral and J.
F. Elliott for Major General.
. SACRAMENTO. ENTERTAINS
Ait,Jatcd I'rest Special Cfl&tel
SAN FRANCIESO, Cal., May 16.
Sacramento is entertaining thc offi
cers and men of the flotilla.
STRIKE AND RIOT
Anaoeutttd Prea Special Cable
CLEVELAND. Ohio, May 16i
Thc street-car employes have gone
on a strike nnd are rioting.
YOUR SUMMER SHIRTS thc same way you would order n
fack of rice. There isn't much difference between one hind
of riro and another, bit there's nil the difference in the
world? in shirts.
Star, Wilson Bros., and Ciuett
shirts fcnve Quality sttmped nil over them. All yoa have
to lie sure nt is that th; lebel is there, and that the shirt is
(he right size.
New Shipment ex Alameda
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Tho lotigloohed-fnr nml much-expected
letter from Claudlu3 II. Me
llrldn linn iirrlvoil ami Is hero pub
lished In part. Acting Governor Matt
Smith illil considerable editing before
ho passed It out for publication.
However, tliero aro n good mimy ex
cellent lilts of ndvlco regarding tlio
entertnlniucnt of tho (lectin Hawaii,
nnil his letter Ih rull of vnlnnlilu polut
era. Many suggestions that otherwise
might never liavo been liennl of hcru.
urn thus brought before- tho various
entertainment cotnnilttceH. It Im a
fact worthy of upccl.il mention Hint
thorn nn neirly two huudreil ladles,
Or. W. T. nrlejiam has written
for tlnj Taradlso of tho 1'aclllo for
June tho following description of. tho
Hooscvclt fish, which, as exclusively
announced in the II u 1 1 e t ln , was
tnken on to Washington by Governor
Somo years ngo one of tho assist
ants la tho Hlshop Museum discov
ered In tho market a fish that had
not been described, nnd, supposing
It to belong to tho genus Serrnnus,
mimed It nftor the director of tho
1 imiMmui, Serrniiuti brlghaml. Fur
ther study showed that It did not be
vw wu US a
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
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wIvch of the otllcerH, who will come
here, and Hpcclnl arrangements ulioulil
he niadu for their care.
Kvcry lilt of tho letter that follows
Is worthy of consideration.
To Hon. K. A. Jlott-Snilth, Pcrinn
nent Chairman, Klcet Commit
tee. On last Saturday morning I pre
sented tho letter furnished me by
you to tho Mayor of Sun Francisco,
Mr. Talor. I had tho honor, as well
iih ptcamirc, of spending Saturday
with the Mayor. After a short rldo
In his automobile, wo went to tho
Fairmont Hotel, whero we met Hon,
long to thin genus and tho gentlemen
u( the l S. Fish Commission pfaccd
It In the genus Apsllus, and undo'
tho name of Apsllus brlghaml pub
lished tho description in tho Itcport
on tho Hawaiian llnhes, Illustrating
It with a colored plate. Hut tho poor
fish was not yet properly named, for
moro study convinced tho authorities
that tho genus ApsllitH was not found
In these waters and that tho flsn ami
another species must, bo placed In a
new genus, whlrhs lit consideration
of tho. interest the President has al
ways shown In natural history, they
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Hav IS.
SUGAR; Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
6 3-4d, Parity, 4.44 cents. Prev
ious quotation, lis. 5 l-4d.
of the city.
the Real Es
ment, : g&x Hawaiian Trust
A Company, Ltd.
Fori' fli. .Qcpol'Jlt-
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James I), I'lielnn, (Jcorgn A. Newhall
nnd Frederic V. Hall, the last-nainn-1
gentlemen being chairmen of vari
ous i-'lcct committees here. Wo had
qulto a delightful, as well as pro
longed, lunch at tin; hotel, during
thn greater part of which the con
versation concerned suggestions from
the Mayor and others as to how wj
In Hawaii could make n success of
Fleet matterH there, tinned on the ex
tenslva experience tho .San Francisco
people have had In this matter,
Alt of our functions should be di
vided as to ofllccrs, warrant oftlcors,
and Bailors, a coalition of the threo
nariied Kooscvcltla. Ah tho flsli
then seemed Una My named (or at
least for a while) it scorned well to
let the President seo u specimen of
tho beautiful tlnh which now bears
Ills name, and as the plate In tho He
port hardly dues Justice to Its sub
Jcct,Mr. J, W, Thompson of the Mu
seum staff, whose wonderful collec
tion of painted casts has delighted
so many visitors to the Museum, un
dertook to paint a cast ns well as
tho peculiarly brilliant, but ratlic
fugltlve, colors of tho fish permitted.
Profchsor V Thompson, of the Ka-
Frnuclsco Cairo was found not
guilty of ussnult and battery by a Jury
In Judge Hoblusnn's court yesterday
afternoon after being out only twen-ty-Avo
Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. King St.
We Ar Sure
that, in thc menu of our
(25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c)
your appetite and your
pockctbool; will bo equally
Alexander Young Cafe
being contrary to navnl etlqucttc.For
instanie, a dance and banquet should
ho given to thc ofllccrs, somo func
tions arranged for warrant offlcers,
about eight of whom tliero are on
each battleship, and separate events
arranged for the sailors. Hut half
of the ofnecre obtain liberty at a
time, so that each function for them
will have to be duplicated; I think
this applies also to warrant officers;
but it third or fourth of tho sallorr.
get llborty nt once.
Tho Mayor and Mr. rhcUin strong
ly urge that the principal Toaturo of
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From Paradlno of tho Pacific
mehamcha Schools, carved u most n)i-
proprlnto case for tho cust and Gov
ernor Frcur kindly consented to' take
this with him to Washington. Tho
figures supporting tho four corners
'of tho caso aro in koa and copied
from an ancient dish onco the tiron
jerty of King Lunalllo; the frame
work Is In selected kou, and tho cov
er is of mllo.
Tho fish Is of a transparent rod
color with transferee hands ot bril
liant gold-yellow. It is on,u ot our
best food fishes. , '
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Hay 16,
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
71-2d. Parity, 4.46 cents. Prev
ions quotation, lis. 6 3-4d.
Everybody says so, after trying an
At Our New Fountain.
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. Hopp & Co.,
165 S. XING STREET.
Soore by Inn. 12 3
The line-up: i
St. Louis Kn Sue, If.; Duslmell,
3b.: Jim Williams, 2b.; I). Joy, rf.;
Aylntt, cf.; Jack William, p.; Alt
Wllllatris, ss.; Soares, c.; Ilruns, lb.
Kams McKcnzie, If., I.emuu, cf.;
Miller, 2b. j Lota, ,".!).; Itcutcr, p.;
Nalole, ss.; Kuhlna, lb.; Kallnutpehu,
c; Kama, rf.
Kn Sue hit to Fhort and beat tho
ball out to first, llushnell grounded to
pitcher and everybody safo on Bcomi:
bnsemnn'H error. Aylett went out at;
second on Williams' attempted sacri
fice. Joy grounded to second and
The -Wireless Telegraph Company
has received a communication from
Admiral Sperry relating to tho ar
rangements to 1m made regarding
tho operation' of wireless during the
stay of the Atlantic Fleet in these
waters. Tho letter Is interesting In
that It gives nuthorltatlvo Informa
tion in regard to tho plan of split
ting up the Fleet, so that some of
thc vessels will be at Lnhalna, and
rends In full as follows:
Ofllce of the
Cojimandcr Fourth Division,
United States Atlantic Fleet.
U. S. S. Alabama, Flagship,
Santa Cruz, Cal., May ..
1 Referring to your letter-of Feb.
According to a wblo received this
morning from Washington, Captain
Otwell, chief of tho U. S. engineers
lime, has awarded tho contract for the
Hllo Ilrcakwater to D. B. Mctzgcr, of
Hilo, ut tho figures he bid, fi.iSM per
tons nt 2000 pounds, tui slouo In place.
Metzger was not tho lowest bidder, tho
bottom flguro being offered by C. I..
Mayer, but questions as to whethor
Mayer was a bona lido bidder nrose,
nnd tho mattor was referred by Cai'
QUIT POLITICS AND
Good, sound advice, isn't it
Our advice to you in re this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Blueher
Bal. is jest as sound. It is
mode 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. Box 409. , CO.,
4 5 6 7 8 9 Tl.
llushnell nnd Kn Sue scored on an
error of 'he second baseman Joy
scored. J. Wllllrms safe on play at
short and Alf Wtl lams was sale on
i-rror of third bake. Soan-s hli eafa
over second and scored two liu'ti. Ho
was put out trlng to steal third, c.u.i
Inu the half of the Inning.
Kams McKcnzie went out on pUy
to second. Lemon got to si c .nd n
left Ileld'B error. .Mlllor went . i"
from short to llrst. l.emon .1 . . .
. ntcher s error. Lota strolUd. u. u1
llow out to Bbort Score: Saint
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27. 1D08, addressed to the Secretary
of tho Navy in relation to the regu
lation of tho use of tho commercial
and navy systems of wireless, tele
graph whllo tho Atlantic Fleet Is In
the vicinity of Hawaii:
2 Tho letter referred to has been
referred fo Hear Admiral Sperry, ns
he will succeed to the command In
chlof on the lGth Instant, with di
rections to consult with the presi
dent of the Wireless Telegraph Com
pany. 3 The Fleet will undoubtedly bo
divided between Honolulu und an
anchorage under the Island of Maui
for the purpose of coaling and Im
mediate communication may at times
bo imperative. The following nr-
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lain Otwell to Wathlngton with tho
result that he heard from tho Chief of
Kngliicers this morning an staled
aliovo. Tho receipt of the cablo set
tles a matter of tho highest Interest
to muny peoplo bollt hero and In Hllo,
tho care having attracted widespread
attention n tho early part of April,
after tho questions had come up.
It was claimed that Mayor, tho low
bidder, reprcEcnlrd Hongs nnd Dehor
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