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. Aornngl May 30
Manuku Mny 27
VOL. X. NO. 4006
CARTER TAKES LEADERSHIP OF
Secretary of tlio Territory K. A.
Mott-Smltli luiB resigned us chad man
of the Kxeeutlvc Committee ut tlio
Klcel Committee; Permanent Secre
tary of tlio lvxccutlvo Committee
Claudius n. Mclliido litis been suin
liuirlly dumped to ana Hide, mill tlio
Executive Committee of tlio Fleet
Committee In now composed of tlio
Promotion Committee, with the ad
Ultlon of (leorgo II. Carter.
These are the momentous things
thut have happened this morning
with regard to the preparations for
the entertaining of the great tlotllU
when It arrives hero. Practically a
new Uxccutlvo Committee, which will
have absolute chargo of all tlio work.
Is In office now. James McCiindless
and 1". I.. Waldron were added to the
committee. II. P. Wood was elected
over C. II. Mellrldo us permanent
secretary, and Ueoigc H. Carter steps
Into the pluro incited by K. A. Molt
Smltli. The grand rumpus, which
might have been expected from such
a shakliig-up, has quieted calmly
Secretary Molt-Smlth sent tlio fol
lowing cable to Mellrldo this morn
ing regurdlng the changes and addi
tions), and notifies him to "act ac-t
cordlngly," or. In other words, to cut
out all -the Fleet-business work ho Is'
now embarked upon:
To M'lllUDK, San l'uinclsco;
Kxecutive Committee, reorganized.
Carter, chulrman; Smith, Morgan,
Peck, Joe Cooke, James McCnndless,
Wuldiou; Wood In your iilace us bec
rotury. Notify Morgan. Act ac
Mott-Smlth Just smiles. He hasn't
much to say legaidlng the changes,
except what he has stutod In his let
ter of resignation which Is printed
The minutes of tlio meeting which
wns held this morning are as fol
lows: Present: Geo. W. Smith, h. Ton
noy Peck, J. P. Cooke, II. P. Wood',
and 13. A. Mott-Smlth.
It wns the sense of the nifetlng
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
'Noischool teacher need be disappointed. Outings for everybody by our Vacation Plan
that I'. A. Mott-Smlth act as tempor
Mr. Mott-Smlth read the following
letter of resignation as chairman of
the Kxccutlvu Committee:
To tliu Hxecuttve Committee on 13n
tcrtaliimeiit of Atlantic Fleet.
(Continued on Page 2)
William Nelson, u marine at the
Naval Station huiracks. HI fed himself
at 8: IS this morning by blowing his
head off with u rifle.
The man was In Ills tent at the
time. His associates heard the shot
mid going to his tent found the man
had put tlio muzzle of his rllllo In bis
mouth and pulled the trigger.
A report waB general that tlio canto
of the sutcldo was the discovery of a
lobbcry he had committed. This Is
positively denied at the barracks. No
sperlflc canto Is known.
Nelson wns a native of Copenhagen,
Denmark, and u generally well be
Tlio funeral will lake placo tomor
row foicnoon nt 10 o'clock.
Dr. h. K. Cofer, President of tho
lloaid of Health, called on tho Acting
Governor this morning regarding tho
Improvements soon to bo mado nt the
receding station at Kallhl. Mott
Smlth says that Cofer Is n hustler, for
ho was calling at the Kallhl station at
7 o'clock this morning.
AND HOTEL STREETS.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII TUESDAY. MAY 19. 1908
August Dicier, tho well-known
capitalist, is dead. The nowg of his
death was received this morning by
Schucfer & Co. In n cablegram sent
from Ilrcmcrhavcn, Germany. The
message mcicly stated thut Mr. Drel
cr was dead, and expressed u wish
that Kmll Dreler, u son of the de
le.isfd, who Is now In San Francisco,
Dreler left Honolulu April 24 to
gether with his wife, daughter and
two tons. It being his Intention to
spend "a peilod of about six months
with his relatives In Germany. It Is
believed by his friends here that ho
must hhve died on board tho German
Lloyd Bteamship In which he took
passage from New York, during tho
voyage, and that the cablegram wits
sent Immediately on the arrival of
the vessel at llremerhaven, which Is
(Continued on Page 6)
GIVEN TO WALLER
His Power Of
Col Samuel I'urkcr, who left the
Islands tho other day, hns delegated
his power of uttornoy to G. J. Wal
ler, and hns given him tho right to
enqutic Into all his business and
handle It as If It were his ownA
An unusual delegation of power
was that of allowing htm to "exam
ine and Investigate all matters, bus
noss property, and affairs, and take
complete charge of them." Wnllcr
Is nlso given the right to ontcr into
contracts, and other generul poweis,
such us to act as Parker's proxy,
handle his stock holdings, otc.
Frank Crawford Is back again
from his short trip Kast. Tho Ilrlef
melster says ho Is slowly thawing out
nfter trio Icy temperaturo of tho
malnlnnd and will soon bo himself
again. Garden Island.
of the city.
the Real Es
Port Ht. Bcnblul"
Phone, Postal or Call for
Plans for the Fleet entertainment
wero shaken up, turned out unci be
gun all over again at a nwi'tlng of tliu
heads of the various sub-committees
held last oveulng In the Promotion
A committee mado up of the follow
ing men now constitutes the Hoard of
Contiol for tho Fleet 'iilertalnineiu
and will, nftcr having nrehed all the
suggestions, program the entertain
ment mid tho subcommittees will go
Acting Governor Moti Smith, Jns: F.
Morg-m, J. P. Cooke, I. Teniiey Pock,
George W. Smith, ti. I' Woo..
This Is the net lcsult of two hours
and a hulf of talk. .Much of tho con
versation seemed imnec-sBary. but In
the wind-up there was no telling' where
the entertainment would havu landed
had the tnlk-fcst not been held.
A now starting (mint seems to have
been reached and the Hoard of Con
trol Is primarily .tliu program commit
tee. It will decide whether there will
bo hookupuii, or luaus or balls, or
whntr And having decided, the coni-1
nniiocs win uo uie lesi.
Mr. Mott-Smlth received a cable
gram from the (inu-rnor stating that
ho had turned over the Secretary's
query of yesterday to Hatch and Mc
Clollan as hu was b living Washington.
Much conversation was Indulged In
regarding the ability to istlmuld and
how much money Is needed, Tho fig'
(Continued on Page 5)
Tho Hawaiian Democrats to-
day received Urn thanks of tho
Poerlebs One for their action In
f instructing for lilm tho delegn-
. tlon which the Territory will
Bend to tlio National Convention -f
nt Dent or. Yesterday Seciotnry
John Kmmeliith of the Demo-
crntlc Central Committee bent
the following cablegram to Ilryan
uflcr tho contention had closed.
Honolulu, T II., .May 18.
Bryan, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Six yours liiitructcd.
f This morning the following
answer was receded:
Lincoln. Nebraska.' May 19.
- John Kmmoluth, Honolulu.
f Thanks. Result very gratify-
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 18.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
81-4d. Parity, 4.47 cents. Prev
ious quotation, lis. 7 l-2d.
I J -!!! g
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
J. 1 J.
Alexander Young Cafe
Tariff revision is already taking
placo in tho pineapple industry.
The Hoard of Appraisers mado a rul
ing recently that shows how intimate
ly the tariff Is associated with tho
piospcrity of the agricultural Indus
tries In these Islands.
The gist of the whole matter is this:
Hawaii produces u naturally sweeter
pineapple than any other placo on
earth. When foreign canned pineap
ples nre allowed to come on tho mar
ket with n larger percentage of added
sugar. It creates a competitor for tho
American product of Hawnll.
The latest decision of the Hoard of
Appraisers Is favorablo to the pine
apple growers of the- Ilahamaa and
consequently unfavorable 'to the
growers and canners of Hawaii. The
Treasury- Department has appealed
from the decision of tho Board of
Appraisers nnd' the pineapple men of
Hawaii have cabled the DoJcgate to uo
watchful of their Interesp.
(Continued on Page 2) '
Cannot Import It If it
"Sako containing salicylic acid will
not bo allowed Into tho United States.
Notify Japanese Importers of such
sake to cease Importing the same."
The above cable was received this
forenoon by tho Japaueso Omul Gen
eral nt this port. It camo from Taka
lilra, the Japanese Ambassador at
Washington. Immediately upon tho
lecelpt of tho ubovo cablo Vlco Con
sul Abu notlflcd the local Japanese Im
porters of bake. It Is expected that a
meeting of tliu liquor dealers will soon
bo called to discuss the gcnernl sit
uation of sako. Some of the Japan
ese mei chants say that tho restriction
of sako will mean heavy loss on their
part. Somo of tho consumers uf
b.tka when Interviewed today stated
that they could get along with tha
The Incorporation papers for tho
Kona Tobacco Company wero filed this
morning. Tho capital stock Is named
Everybody says so, after trying an
At Our New Fountain.
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
For Tokio Exposition
WASHINGTON, D.'C, May 19. The House today passed an appro
priation A one and a half millions of dollars for the American exhibition
at the Tokio Expcsition.
i i i
Burns Wants S35.0
LONDON. England, May 10. Tom Burns 1ms acreed to ficht Jack
Johnson, the negro pugilist, for a purse of $35,000.
lAitoelnlrd 7Vci 3prc(it Catifcl
FRESNO, Cal., May 10. The Dem
ocratio convention in session here to
day instructed its delegates for Bry
an. Thecdcn Bell was endorsed for
temporary chairman of the National
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 19.
The Government has declined Tas
mania's invitation for a visit from
M, S. GRINBAUM BUYS
Land in Honolulu and Hani, Maul, Is
Taken Over By Individual
Tho dissolution of tho firm of M.
S. Grlnb.ium, Ltd., Is markod by tliu
giving over of various lands In Ho
nolulu nnd liana, Maul, by tho 11 rm
to M. 3. Orlnbnum in consideration
or ills paying the sum or S27.CH. OS.
Thcro are seven tracts of landf on
Maul which will ho given over to tho
individual by tho firm, which are
hold under Itnynl I'utcnts. Mr. flrln
baum waB here only n short time ago,
and as ho Is getting elderly, It Is
thought that ho may got rid of his
holdings here soon. At any rate, it
is thought that ho does not want to
be bothered with business cares in
QUIT POLITICS AND
Good, sound advice, isn't it I
Oar advice to you in rs this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Blucher
Bal. is just as sound. It is
made of good, sound material
all the way through, which,
coupled with honest workman
ship, mnkes it a safefpurchase.
You can't go wrong buying
these shoes, Price, $4.00. We
have a large stock of them
and can nil Island orders on
School teachers need n vacntion
but cannot always afford one. The
Bulletin ii now offering the
cleanest and most dignified means to
pain an outing without drawing on
the savings-bank account. Any teach
er may go anywhere j no names will
be published at any time; the neces
sary number of subscriptions are
turned in: a round-trip ticket is giv
en with $25. Cash; and the transac
tion is completed.' 2W" Ask for a
PRICE 5 CENTS
EUREKA. Cal.. May 19. The
Fleet passed here today going1 north.
One man was killed and several wero
injured by the explosion of a salut
ing cannon fired in honor of the
Fleet at Ccntervillc teach.
DENBY IS RE-ELECTED
BATON ROUGE, La., May 10. U.
S. Senator Dcnley was re-clcctcd to
day. Captain Cart-i or the Naval Station
left this mm n!"!' on the Mnuiu Ken
for' Hawaii, on Unlit house dun
$88,401 IN TAXES
Gus Rose, New Assessor, Sends Over'
First Installment From Maul.
$33,003 Yet to Come.
Treasuier Campbell thin morning
iccclvcd the sum or ?S8,I01 rrom his
now AsrosMir on Maul. Gus Hose.
This money was sont -May 15th, nnd
thcro Is In tho neighborhood or $33,
000 yet to come. The follow
ing sums came from the various dis
tricts: I.ahalna, S23.C31.32; I.a
nal. J130.25; Huna. S11.500;' Mnka-"'
wao, $10.r,u0; Wnllului, $42,319.55.
On Mny 22d of Inst year tho re
ceipts from Maul amounted lo $101,
096.02. There aro probably sovcrnl
moru districts from which Itoso had
not yet hail lelurns. nnd the rest of
(the taxe.i will bo coming-in soon. '
P. 0. Box 400.
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