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No school teacher need be disappointed. Outings for everybody by our Vacation Plan
From San Francisco:
Nevodan May S3
America Mnru' May ZC
Tor San Francisco:
Mnnclmrla Mny 23
Nlppoiilnni Mny ttb
Anrangl Mny .10
For Vancouver: "
Manuka Mny 27
Requests are coming in every day
information regarding our Vacation
I'lan: they are answered immediate
ly. It was intended in the beginning j
to cover the subject thoroughly in i
our Booklet, nt the same time we is- j
sued an invitation to even one to ask
questions concerning the outing trips.
How to spend a vacation without
spending raonev is the problem solv
ed by the B U L L E T I N PLAN.
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VOL. X. NO. 4008
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. MAY 21. 1908
PRICE 5 CFNTS
EE to SHP SUBSI
Civic Feds To issue
ssues lis Supports
Tho ClUc I'dcrallon hn i clot lied tn
get ready for the eonilng cunpalgii
nnd In this end It will hhtirtty lbi.ua a
manifesto Betting forth cm what linoj
Itu policy will ho In tlio campalg.i
This derision watt reached lit a
meeting of tho cxccutllc rnininllli.ii
of tho Fcdo-atlrn held jei-terdiy af
ternoon, mill the iiei.U'itlou of tho
statement was placed In tho haiuli of
the Committee on Legislation and
Public Smants. Tho iiieiuherK nf
IIiIh coniinltteo urn C. II Dickey,
cliirlriuan, Iioronuw Srudder und V.
"Yes, u will soon got togulhci- In
prcp.iru a uiJiiiri.sto In which ue will
show where tho Cllr IVdeintlon will
stand In regard tn tho coming cam
paign," said Dickey thlo 'morning. "In
proiloun cuupalgnH kicks linvc been
undo ngaliist tlio recleratlon because
It camo nut against eertaln candidates
who weie not iatlvfactnry tn It, mid
tho claim was nnJu that It phonic!
hne done Its work nt tho primal les
und have teen tn it there that good
candidates weie nominated. Thin
time wc Intent tn place ourselves on
rerord 11:1 dtnlilng tn gn Intn thu fight
at thu primaries, mid before IheHo
start wu thall Ihsiio tho imitilfoBto
asking our supportern tn go out and
wmk In tho prlmnriuH mid Bhowlng
thi'in what the I'ederitlni stanch for.
"Auiont: tho thlngH which wo will
iiiinounco oursclw-n In favr of will
ho first of nil the primary law. M'c
will alio n coimnen I that tho picsent
liquor law ho left as It la, both be
cause It has been worklni; ery well,
(Continuedon Page 2)
Eat iier Arrivai Of
it linn been learned in IIiIh c!! that
' tho dale for nailing nf tho bnltleshlpi
Maine and Alabama, whlih has been
thnnged. The ships, detnclied
from tlio Atlantic Kief t mi
Mny lSth, und put In ill circle tn Jm
pieji.ired for tho vojhgo across tho
I'aclfle, will In nil probabllitj bo hero
liefmo the time liPiclofoio i,n Tip
original nrilc r vera for theco bojlo to
sail for the trip ncinss tho I'aclfle b
Mils port and (iu.iiu for tho Medltcr
innean nnd tho Atlantic seaboard,
early In Juno, but It Is now thought
lli.it they inn) get away by tho end nf
tills wcuk or tho Hi Ht of next. In
cibo this plan is adopted, they win
be In tills port earlier by Homo dajs.
They hno been leplaccd In tho big
Hqmulton by the Nehr.ika and Wis
coiiBln, whlrh will bo with thu fleet
when It nrrhos line.
Yiin Chong Knn wna Honteiiced this
morning to upend t Igliteun nioutlm In
prison at hard IjIiui, Ho In tho Ko
icnn who was round guilty yesterday
of Mealing money In tho amount of
$Ji;s from a guoit at hit hottl.
May I'lrncllso of tho Pacific Tor pilo
ready for mailing, at .ill newa stands.
SAN rBANCISCO, Cal May 20.
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1 l-2d. Parity, 4.35 cents. Previous
quotation, lis. 5 l-4d.
firs. NuUon was nrieslul this fore
iinnn on .1 chnigo nf rninmon nulnanre.
Hlic 111 lew filth Into tho public stlect.
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POLITICAL DICKER ?
SAITO TO INSTRUCT CAPT. HARRIS HAS
JAPANESE COLONY FAITH IN "HAWAII"
Said To Be Trading NIaui;Will Tell Th,m How To Put In Full Charge, Says
Office For Senate
Is the appointment of n Tax As
sensor for Maui being hold up be
cause Treasurer Campbell Is I in prov
ing the shining hour by making a po
litical dicker? This is tho substance
of a report which Is being circulated
among politicians, nnd the longer
the Interregnum is lasting the sti lin
ger the belief in the report is grow
It Is stated that Campbell feels
that he may meet with somo opposi
tion In the Senate at tho next bcs
ulon when his appointment by Gov
ernor I'rcnr rnmes up for confirma
tion by that body, owing maluly tn
tTio clrrutii8tiinc.es which siirioundcd
tho lemoTiil of Tax Assessor Holt by
him. Therefore, it Is said, tho
Treasurer Is using the opportunity
given him by tho appointment of a
successor for Itoblnson by trjlng to
gel through u trade by whlih he
gives the appointment tn tho man
the Maul politicians want, they in
return to assure hi in the support of
tho Mnul delegation in tho Senate.
as Maui has three Senators this
would be a tidy pmportlon to count
on In time nf tumble.
Tho protest against the Rule of tho
l.epelon Knunthu lands in Hawaii has
reached the office of tho High Sher
iff, hut tho lands were Bold last Mon
day. A wireless was received by the
11 u I I c Cl n a few das before tho
s.ilo to- thn effect that the sale of tho
lands would bo protested by a hul
known as the Kernandcs Settlement
Kiom tho text nf the suit now filed
tlicro Is likely In he somo lighting
nvee tho ownership of tie lands, or,
nt any rate, there promlso to bo
somo Interesting developments. Tho
case Is named as Manucl1,opes ct al.
(. J. V. l'intt, Commissioner of
Public! Lands, and in tho papers it
is alleged that In 190T an applica
tion was presented to tho authorities
for theso lands to bo given to tho Ker
nandcs Rottlement Association. On
March 31st. tho application was pre
sented In Acting Omernor Atkinson
nnd was accepted, and the Kernandcs
(Continued o Pmge 2)
Many a Man
has been suddenly reduced from
riches to poverty; and many a man
has not survived it.
Then his life Insurance Policy,
taken as a matter of form, becomes
of the greatest importance to his
Don't neglect insurance.
For St. Bcnol'j
In order to aold International
complications which may likely hap
pen during tho visit of the Kleet of
the United States Navy here, MIkl
S.iltn, tho Jnpanese Consul General,
will call a meeting of tho Japanese In
the near future. At this meeting
Hallo will ndvlso his fellow-countrymen
how to properly uso tho Amcr-.
Iry.il flags In decorating their sam
pans, vehicles, and stores, Tho
general plan of tho Japanese has
been to decorate their stores with
American and Japanese flags. When
tho approach of tho I'lect Is reported,
the sampans nnd the other Jnpnnrfio
boats will bo diciTiited in honor of
tho great Armada, and tho hncks,
expresses, automobiles and stores will
be fittingly decorated with flags of
America and Japan. Tho hotels will
(Continued on Pap 2)
Judge Dole's mint
Mny L'l Moses Kokl, continued.
Judge I.Iiu1k.i)'s court:
Mny 'i -llst.ito V. II. Cnrnwcll,
fourth annual and final accounts and
master's reports thereon; continued
tn wait for master's reports.
Win. A. It ill s. Chlng Tain Slice,
motion tn set, set for trial Wednes
day, May 27, in a. in,
Chlng Tain Sheo s. Win. A. Hall,
motion tn set demurrer; set for May
2G. 10 a. m
May 22-Aliinu s. Alalia, dlnirco;
trial 9 a, in
Judge De Holt's court:
Mny 21 Ilutchlns-UIercc case con
tinned; argument on Instructions;
enso goes tn Jurj tomorrow morning.
Jtidgo Hoblnson'a court:
On trial todayTerritory .
Kwong Mow; common nuisance, V.
W, Mllvcrtmi for prosecution; A. n.
Corrca foi defendant,1 Trial, Jury
Tcrrltor) s Vun Chong Kun, sen
tonin IS months at hard labor and
Tho Improii'il Order of Itedmen,
Hnwoian Tribe No. 1, will hold lib
regular council tonight at 7:30 at tho
K. of l. Hall.
J. W Kahalennn will ho n passen
ger In the Klnau, which sails at S p.
tn. today for Kiiiuil portB.
He Will Sail Her
"I have every confidence In tho
outcome," said Captain S. J, HarrU,
who has Just been chosen to com
mand the jacht Hawaii in tho Trans
Pacific Itncc, and takes charge of tho
craft today, "I am willing to takn
tho responsibility nnd stand by tho
consequences, I cannot predict any
thing, but I will try to show myself
worthy of tho post which has been
given me, and win tho race.
"I have dono llttlo but sail theso
fast boats for ears. Tho little tricks
will count, nnd you may depend on it
1( we ha,e to take In topsails during
a squall, thoy will be set as .noon, as
the squall Is over, as ever) thing of
the sort must be watched.
"The arrangements made by tho
committee are perfectly satisfactory
to me. I have not sailed the boat
)et, and shall probably give her a
trial run on Saturday, In order to got
acquainted with her. I expect to go
' At a meeting of the Yacht Com
mittee held jestcrday, It was decided
to turn the boat over tn Harrla to
day. Ho Is now on the Niihau, but
leaves her for his now craft. He has
carte blanche so far as getting the
boat ready for sea now goes; will cn
gago his own crew of seamen, and
will hnvo tho boat entirely under his
control until after tho rnce.
Tho committee has reached no con
clusions as to whom they will put
aboard to represent the press, but
several hnvo been mentioned. It is
probable, says ono member of the
committee, that tho selection will be
Wilt GABLE IEI0S
JP 10 ME
A meeting of tho Honolulu Dascball
Lqagiio was held this afternoon at
12:15 oVlock, at which It uuu decided
to accept tho terms nf the trustees,
in regard to tho matter of tho latter
financing the project to b -lag tho Kclo
University baseball team hero from
Japan this summer to play ball. Pat
(leasim and Kranlc Stcore who are
the coinmlttca on tho subject, will
this afternoon i,eo Harry Whitney,
who has the funds secured through a
local hank In charge. A cable will bo
sent to tho Kclo men, steamship tick
ets arranged for, and tho tickets cith
er telegraphed or mailed, according to
the outcome, of n talk with the itoatu
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
XX. I J.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, May 21. The Conference Committee has
agreed to the payment of a mail subsidy to American steamship lines
plying to Japan, China, Australia, fie Philippines, and South America,
This undoubtedly has reference to the biibld imill amendment tack
ed on to the i'oatofflco Appropriation bill In the Senate This amend
ment was the B.itno as tho original mill subsldv bill clefn ited by tho
House, If the Conference Commit Re report Is arecptr I as It probably
will be, this mall subsidy means tho Immediate reumptlon of tho Oce
anlc's lino tn Australia and moro big ste-imcrs for both the Oceanic and
Pacific Mall lines.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 21.
Joe Qans and Battling Nelson have
signed for a light to take place here
BALTIMORE, Md May 21. W.
F. Anderson and John Mulsen have
been named as Bishops of the Meth
CO KILLED; 100 MAIMED
ANTWERP, May 21. An express
train collision here today resulted in
the death of fifty and 100 injured.
PRESBYTERS IN SESSION
KANSAS CITY, Mo May 21.
Rev. Baxter Fullerton has been elect
ed Moderator of the Presbyterian
NO RUEF VERDICT
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 21.
The jury in the Ruef case have not
reached a verdict.
A warm low between n number of
mailncs and Hnwallan waterfront
laborers occurred this afternoon In a
Nuuanu street saloon. Tho police
Interfered and aricsted two marines,
named I.. I), nnd II. I). Ilnrnuin, who
appeared to be among tho nggrcssois
Tho rest of tho marines made good
Dr. and Mrs. A J. Derby hno re
turned from an extended stny at Ha
Iciwa. Mrs.' Dorby is greatly improved
Tern Piatt 1
NEW YORK, N. Y May 21. The
Senator Piatt divorce case was dis
missed here today and Mae Woods,
who claimed she married the Ecnn
tor, was arrested for perjury.
BELLINGHAM, Wash., May 21.
The Atlantic Fleet passed here today
bound for Seattle.
I.lko Iho character of Mr. Collins,
Hint nf I.ailj Catheriuo dc llourg,
aunt of Mr. Darcy and Patroness ot
Mr Collins, Is ono which Is extrcmo-
ly ridiculous, ulthough she herself la
ixmsUouB of nothing but her rank
and station in life, Inspire awe In tho
most niithoritailvo manner, to all
concerned nt buth .private and public
life, tn ocrjone she meets, oveu tn
tho matter of tho poultry yard of
meok Mrs Collins. A tlill, largo
woman, handsome und ImpnMng,
with an air fur fioni conciliating, tho
one who has this character In tho
play fully appreciates Its lequlro-
nionts, nnd will meet thu emergency.
Nigel Jackson was stabbed in the
arm this afternoon 'at the (tavern
ment ntuliles nt Knkaakc) l.y K. Kin
ney. Until men nro cmplojes of tho
(tavcrnuicnt A warrant Is out for
Kinney's mi est
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
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