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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 18, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Image 1',
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VOL. X. NO. 4005
Tiint tlm delegates to lie Bent to
Denver by tlio locnl Demiieriitlr party
will bo Instructed for Ilrynn Is now
icgurdcd as practically n foregone
conclusion, Tlio Territorial conven
tion 13 being hold today at Waverlcy
luill, anil, ns far as can bo learned,
tlio ones who were vvorltlng to se
cure nn unlnctructeil delegation liavo
now dwindled to so small a minority
tiint It Ij Quito pocjllihi tlicy will not
lio heard fioni nt nil,
Tlili roienoon thele was still con
siderable doubt among tlio loaders a
to wtio tho delegate to t lie uiitlonnl
convention would lie. Tills win
lunliily owing tv tlio fact that there
wns some uueoitninty na to whether
certain of tlio candidates whose
Hibernians Reseni Insult
The follnv Inj; has been cent to I ho Hill lot In for publlcutlujir as icp-j-eiontlng
the olliclal action of llu Ancient Order of lltbcrntaiis and Its
Owing to iho uncalled-for and studied Insult of, tho "Advertiser" 'In
Its cdltoil.ils and cartoons on the Irish race, the Vsnl Divisions of the A.
O. II. hao removed their meeting notices fiom lis columns, and, havo
taken official action calling upon everyone of Iilnh descent and all lovers
of fair play i resent In everyway popslblo tho editorial conrto of that
paper Its policy In manv things has been eminently unfair and unjust
anil tbp Hibernians feel that they, ut least, will express their disapproval
lu tho only way possible to them
The Kuknlau Plantation C.impany,
Ltd., were tho heavy land-bujeiu ?t
the public sale of le.iue3 this yoar, as
they got, lu ull, 2 1 . 8 9 ,r. acres of
land. This Is all situated at llama
ltuu, mid Is divided up into tiacts as
follows nt the prices named: 2,345
lines nt J5G4; 14,300 ncies at $2,
C"G; a,400 aues at JG01; 2,410
.mes nt 5141; 710 acics at SllM'
1.300 ncies nt S17; and 770 acres
IN CLOTHES REFLECTS YOUR GOOD BREEDING.
Alfred Benjamin Suits
are never flashy or overdrawn ; neither are they shoddy or
carelessly put together.
They're tailored in the latest correct fashion, of good,
honest cloth, and their good looks won't wear off.
SEE THEIR LATEST SPRING STYLES
CORNER OF FORT
Ask this office to show you how to spend 8 Days at Volcano House without expense
Evening ' Bulletin
3:80 O'CLOCK ,n tne
names It .id been prominently men
tioned fin these positions, would to
able to co. As It Is, It Is prohivli'o
that Watson mid Mc(onngle will
represent O.iliu, II. U Coke and Dr.
(tnymond Maul, Mctzger and Ship
man Hawaii mid Hudson Kuual.
Theio Is, however, some doubt ns to
wlieUiei llctger and Hudson will be
able to muKo tho trip.
It 1 prat tidily decided that O. .'.
Waller will tal.o'Thc place as Na
tional Comniltteceninu ()f P.ilmor I'.
Woods, who bent In hlj resignation
lu a letter iccelved'by Secretary llni
moluth List SatunWy, lu which ho
stated that ho thought It best thjit n
committeeman bo chosen who resided
(CoitUnpea on fact 4
at $2,888.30. " '
The Hahalau Plantation Company
wore the purchasers of two tracts of
land, cno of which was to havo been
piotc&ted by a settlement association,
according to a wireless received hero.
This was tho Lcpeloa Kautiflio land,
consisting of 308 acres. Tho upset
pi Ice of this was H,Gfi2, and the
land was bid In for $1,653. Tho Ha
kalau Plantation Company also got
CSS acres of IIIlo land ft'r ,.$3,138.50.
Tho Ilutchlnboii Sugar Plantation Co.
bought two traits of land for Sl,
Tlio application for nppeal lu tho
John Marks habcaB corpus caso has
been allow oil by Judgo Dole. Tho
c33o will como up In San Francisco on
October 5. Application for ball will
bo mndo this afternoon for Marks by
Oeorgo Davis, hla attorney).
AND HOTEL STREETS,
"I don't p'ctend to bo an expert
but judging trom what 1 observed and
was told, tho Biigir crop of tho Is
lands Is likely to reach 60O,00Q , tons
This is tho comment of Hon, P. C.
Jones, who returned Saturday from a
trip to Hawaii tho first In fifteen
"I was very much pleased with tho
prngrets I ohscrtcd on the Island of
Hawaii. ThoHt! men up there nro,
farmers. They Co not let the sugar
'Just grow.' Thoy nro doing splendid
work, and In almost every plantation
l visited tins ears return wui over
run tho estimate. I woutdn c ha at
all surprised to see tho out-turn of
the Islands go Ui tho &0U ono-ton mark.
"That Mauiiii Kea Is a kpleudlil
chip. Why I would bo willing to go to
San Francisco on her. It U u pleas-,
lire, to travel on Eiich a.. cpmf Ortable
SAYS MR. 'DAMON
"I think tho cntcitaliiment of tho
Kleet should Include ft trip to Pearl
Harbor for at least every officer on
board the ships," said Hun. S. M.
Damon tlila morning In speaking of
the plans for talcing caro of tho visit
ors of tho Atlantic Fleet.
"Let us give Mr. McDrldo his due.
Ho made somu very good suggestions.
I cttn seo how tho men of tho fleet
will want to seo our old customs hero
(Continued on Page 4)
RUEF TRIAL CLOSING
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Hay 18.
The final arguments in the Rucf
case were made today,
PLAGUE BREAKS OUT
.PORTO CABAL0, May .18. It is
believed that bubonic plague has bro
ken out here,
EMPEROR IS ILL
VIENNA, Austria, May 18. Em
peror Francis Jospeh is ill.
f (Special Dullotln Wireless) -f
Wnlluku, Maul, May 18. Tho
f Sunday baseball games resulted
-f In ft scoro of 'Walkapu 4, Hcalanl
f 2. Tho game was' an exciting ouo -f
and played In splendid stylo. -f
Tlio gamo- between tho Stars -f
4- and itnhululs was postponod.
of the city.
the Real Es
ment. Hawaiian Trust
Bulletin Vacation Plan there are no losers
TORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. MAY J 8 1908
OF LARGE TRACT
j r I
.1 S. Low received a u-iblegrnm
this afternoon stating that the fam
ous sake decision h.is been mado and
holds sake to bu vflne
This Is against the contention
majo by tho Japanese through
Johmeou and Fitch and upholds
Stacltoble. The big sum evpected In
rebates wllbnot bo reullred Just vet.
WASHINGTON D. C.r May 18.
The Supreme Court handed down a
decision today in the case of the
grandchildren of 'John Williams
against W. R. Castle. The Court
holds that illegitimate children are
not legitimatized by the subsequent
marriage of parentr.
In this case tho children of Wll
Hams brought suit against Castle to
The convention enmo to ordor nft
er a tecess at 1 lfi o'clock this after
noon, Tho report of tho committee
on credentials was read, that 111
delegates had been found accredited,
It was recommended that a fow pre
cincts, which had not sufficient dele
gates, bo given additional represen
tation by giving tho dolegntos actual
ly present pioxlcs. Tho.rcport was
Tho committee on rules and per
manent organization reported recom
mending that C J, McCarthy, presi
dent; O. T. Shtpman, vico president;
J. Kmmeliith, secretary; J. Perez, as
(Continued 'on Face 2)
Attoini'j's (Jenernl Ilcmonwny filed
nn application for judgment on tho
Knpita rlco land antnl fiom Hco Kat
for (4000. Ho gives Heo Kat 20 days
from May 13 In which to settle tho
rent of tho land
l.lll Lupcnsi took tho poor man's
oath this morning and was released
from tho custody of Marshal Hen
dry. Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St.
Alexander Young Cafe
i in, ft B !
The Kona Tobacco Company, of
which Jural (1. Smith Ig tlio moving
spirit, hiiH boon formally organized
and Hh papers sent to the Treasurer
Tho olllceru mo Jnred O. Smith,
president and general manager; Jas.
V. Uergstrniu, vico president; .Arthur
Cojne, sccretnry; Chin lea h. Uo.ile,
treasurer. Tlio capital stock Is $25,
000, with the '.rlvllvgo of increasing to
$100,000. ThC shares nro hold as fol
lows: Jared C. Smith (cash), flO; Chas. U
Ileal. 10; .lames V. llergstrom, 10;
Arthur Coyne, 10; H. P. Wood, 10; K.
W. Perkins, 10; A. II. nice. 10; Oco.
V. Morton, 10; Jas. W llergstrom,
trustee, C; V. it. CaBtlu 10; II, C.
Twenty-nvo psr cent payable June
30. J.D08.. balance 10 piJr'cent month-
(0otnaJwi Paje i)'
"Water, water everywhere, anl not
a drop to drink."
Unless tho people of Honolulu arc
ludlclous In their uso of water for the
nuxt fow weeks there Is liable to re
sult a Bhortugo in tho supply of the
sparkling llipior, Recording to n state?
ment mndo by Superintendent of Pub
lic Works Marstou Campbell this
morning. Ltui nt tho present time,
there is sonuhat of a ihortago, and
evory drop of water is being called
Thorq lins been no rnln for Bomo
tlmo past, and this fact coupled with
tho warm weather, during which peo
plo aro accustomed to uso more 'than
tho ordlnnry quantity, and Uia great
amount of construction work going
on, has brought about serious straits
In tho Honolulu Water Department.
There nro three sources on which tho
department may draw tho pumping
stations, Nutianu, and Maklki rescr
volrs. About ten million gallons of
wator aro pumied dally from tho ita-
(Continued on Page 2)
FLEET TO PUOET SOUND
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Mav 18.
The Fleet sailed today for Puget
Sound, the battleships Nebraska and
Wisconsin replacing the Alabama
and Maine. The latter ships are
CASHIER BREAKS BANK
PITTSBURO. Pa.. Mav 18. The
Allegheny National Bank has sus
pended, following the defalcation of
Everybody says so, after trying jn
At Our New Fountain.
iiollister Drug Co.,
, , , ,
J. Hopp & Co.,
1 ' 185 S. KINO STREET.
J AT AR tot
. Be Given F
To V.. V KIIKAU, Washington:
Hearing Secretary Me tea If lomlnt;
with Kleet and no dcllultc Informa
tion obtainable other 'source concern
ing date arrival, length of stay, dis
position of I'leet, number of ships, or
other arrangements, can vuu ascer
tain particulars and cable?
The above cablegram was dispatch
ed bj' Acting Oovernor Mott-Smlti
this morning to tho absent Governor,
In order that dellulto Information re
Kardlng all I'leet matters could be
learned ut tho earliest possible mo
ment There sconis to bo nt'the pres
ent time a tendency of all tho hcadi
of commute! to Walt for, someouo
eTso to do something nnd for i this
reason Mott-Smltli will .learn n
much of the details as Ja possible
fiom Picar li Washington, so that
thoro will bo no further excuse for
lack of energy on tho part of thoso
An Important decision was handed
down from tho Supicmo Court this
morning In Iho matter of the c-atatu
of Hubert W, Holt, deceased, which
was ap'iealoJ from tho Circuit Court,
Legal pol.its engrossed tho main pait
of tho munition of tho judges of tho
Supremo Court In their decision, the
rule In tho Shelly's case being laid to
bo not law In this Territory
It was nlso decided Hint "II Is or
roneous for a circuit Judgu sitting In
probato upon nn administrator's pei
Hon or tho distribution of an iikt.Uo to
appoint a trustee." Tho appeal was
made to tho Supremo Court by John
F. Colburn, trustee, from n dicico of
tho circuit Judge In regard to tlio dis
tribution of tho piopcrly by tho ad
ministrator do bonis non of tlio ot,
tato or It. W. Holt with tho will an
Tho decision of tho roiiit In tho
matter Is contained In tho syllabus,
Wills Hulo In Shelley's Care: Tho
Itulo In Shelley's Caso Is'not law- In
Wills trusts:) This court having
previously held that tho following
clauso in a will created n trust, "I
give, dovlso and bequeath to my Mn
one quarter of all my estate,
both real and personnl, the liicomo of
the mimo to bo paid In him by my ex
editor hereinafter named for his uso
ami support for tho tcim of his nat
ural life and after tho death of m
said son I give, dovlso nnd bequeath
tho said one quarter to the heirs of
aurr plitics and
Good, sound advice, isn't it ?
Our advice to you in re this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Bluclicr
Bal. 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
fcaMMiU i i m in i ii
Important Wil Deoisioo
School-teachers need a vacation
but cannot always afford one. The
Bulletin is now offering the
cleanest and most dignified means to
gain an outing without drawing on
the savings-bank account. Any teach
er may go anywhere; no names will
be published at any time; the necessary-
number of subscriptions are
turned in; a round-trip ticket is giv
en with $25. Cash ; and the transac
tion is completed. Day Ask for a
PRICE 5 CENTS
supposed to be In ili.ugo
One of the best suggestions mado
so fur icgardlug tho entertainment
of tho men of tho Kleet whllo hero
was that of an old-faslilnncil Hawai
ian Hookupu. or gift-feast Tho Idct
Is that people from ull tho other Isl
ands, as well as from Oahu, donato
various fruits and other edibles char
acteristic of Hawaii, and that nn Im
lii6nso quantity thuu collected should
bo placed In tho " Capitol grounds
where a Bailor could go at any tlmo
of tho day, and aa many times dur
ing tho iluj ns ho pleases nnd
help lilniself to tho Juicy, delicious
fruits of tho Parudlso of the Pacific.
Should this suggestion bo tuken U'j
Jn Uo right inahner. k tliut kIb, U,
""t,..- wiuiu . ..- j iiun4lllliu nil
vory Island, a g;ranil Hookupu would
result such us has never been heard
of even on the Islands
Immense piles of tocoanuts, plno-
1 Continued on Page 81
the said nnd ih" iroigns,"
that ruling I follow, d
Triu-ei upiiin(ni "t I ju Igc In
probate It I rrrmviMi, f( i Ireult
Judge kltHns In prnhiii ui.i an nd
mlnlstiator a petition fm the dlstilbu
Hon of an et-i.iu- to appoint .1 tumtee.
m a , .
M DM "Hffill"
- "Next Sunday wo shall turn
tho yacht Hawaii over to Captain
f HarrlB Willi a trained cow auil
tell him lii ua to sea and get hur
In shape." said W. 11 Alrliu-iuy v
of the Hawaii Yr.cht Club In f
f speaking of tho tuns t'ltclllo
"I was not pleased with tho
t- performance of tho yacht SaturA-t-
dny and Sunday, but It Is cloar
4- thero Is n crnnt iin in .in Vl a
f I.jlo, tho older, tuld ns tint who . V'J"
t nan mo muen ruiiast. Then her -f
A- ..rlllalmr ..11. .1 ..a. n. ,iv i
t v ...O...H nulla MM nui Ui, . UT-w,.
- Blinll havo her raclhg sa.tU Jiurjonv
t ii'iu uei ner 111 bu-ihi generally,"
T. Mlsavva, who rendered vnluaMo
scrvlrea in tho settlement of tlio Jap
.HifBo flro claims, received a gold
v.-ntch from tho commlitco consietlim
of tho .Inpaut'hu morcliauts. -
P. 0. Box 460,
Co., Iitd. rhoneasa
n tt t n v I owTrrin
'1, ' Telephone, 381.
r ifcAiftiV-ittrhi'i- ' . Mj . -JisiiikMb.-. :j."