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3:80 O'CLOCK Rht hcrc Mes thc opportunity for a summer outing EDITION
From San If
Every daytfaood titty to begin
:curingisirtioai-Jr the B u 1
I. Mar M
willpavfor a Vacation
Tor San .li&itaaS
Nippon 'Al&Tu .,
i eucqcTice necessary;
Awal desire to
earn! somegqng wpnailaving and to
be pWHfiny paidcfifr'fhe effort.
Xftc jrTetin Plan is a
gooiTpTan. It is not a Contest,
nor is there any notoriety asso
ciated with it.
Manuka May 27
VOL. X. NO. 4010
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. MAY 23. 1908-13 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
HEWIT WARNS REPUBLICAN PARTV
The Japanese who can go to Hawaii from Japan will hereafter be
limited to thc following only:
1 Japanese who formerly resided in Hawaii, and their wives and
2 Thc wives and children of Japanese now residing in Hawaii.
Thu above instructions were re
coled ly Consul General Snllo jes
tenia? In thi mnll from tlin Knirlgn
iidlcc, brought hero by tlio liner Man
churia. TIiIh now restriction of Jap
anese Immigration to Hawaii is n very
Important one. It morns that aside
from tlio wives nml clilldrcn of thoau
who nro domiciled here, and those
wlin liavo business Interests in I In-
wall, no emigrants will bo allowed to
leave. Japan for Hawaii.
I 'In tho former ruling "f tlio Japan
ese Government, tlio relatives of those,
who woro nr are here, wcro permitted
to come. They Included wlvos, chil
dren, mothers, fatlierH, lirothora mid
sisters and the nearest family. Slncu
that restriction of Japanese emlgra-
j (Continued on Pane 2)
Says Senator Hewitt
DEMOCRATS ARE VERY ACTIVE AND ARE MAKING GOOD HEAD
WAY BY ATTACKING DELEGATE KUHI0 ON HI8 15-YEAR-LEASE
LAW PASSED THIS SESSION
OF CONGRESS '
"I tell Jim what It Ik, tho sltun
tlon Is bad from tho Hcpubltcun
standpoint. Tlio Democrats have cot
n hold on Hawaii and they will get
this place, the flrHt thine you know."
This Is tho view of Senator Howltt
uf Kail, who has been upending a
number of week In town and always
keeps an cje on thc political bltua
tlop. "The flflccn-ycar-lcaso clause will
kill Cupid at tho polls. Any Rood
man put up for Melcgnto against him
can heat him. Who is a good man?
'Well, I think Link McCandlcss can
beat him In tho outstdo Islands. I
don't Know how ho will run horo In
"The Democrats arc. going to mal.c
a campaign on tho land policy of the
-J i . ' i i
Territory and they nro going to
make a gre.it campaign. They aro
perfectly organized throughout tho
Territory, nnd all tho Republicans
have been doing Is to put Hawailans
out of office, or not keeping their
word. Of course, somo of these fol
lows who were put out ought to havo
gone, but tho Hawaiian are begin
ning to notico that thc vacancies are
not filled with Hawailans.
"And you talk of tho land policy.
Why, tho day the Governor's home
stead policy was announced, the
leaso of a larger tract than has been
homcslcaded for forty years was ad
vertised, and I guess nono of tho lit
tle fellows got much of tho land.
"Tho people In tho outside districts
(Continued on Ptf )
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
THE HASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OP FORT AND HOTBL STREETS.
Uirrln A. Andrews, who han boen
known as tho "red-whiskered Czar
of Mnul and Hawaii," has been ap
pointed to tho position of District
Ma'gistrnto of South Hllo, Hawaii, to
take the place Judge Hnpal resigned.
Lorrin Andrews Is a cousin of Lorrin
Thurston and of former Attorney
General Lorrin Andrews. Ho Is well
known nnd wan at ono time Sheriff
of thc County of Hawaii,
This appointment leaves Judge
Kimlukuil and several others who
hud applied for tho Job out In th
SCORE BY IMWI6S I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 S TL.
Puns, 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0- 2
St. Louts. 2 0 10 10 10 5
(Special to tho Bulletin)
WA1LUKU, Maul, May 22.
Tho Mnul Kleet Committee are
arranging plans to entertain
the officers nnd enlisted men
of the two bnttlcnhlps expected
to coriio to Lahalna to coal
when tho Klect gets Into Ha-
wallan waters. If Honolulu
will give tho Klcot a grand
"hookupu" Mnul denizens will
likewise glvo tho officers and
men of the battleships an old-
time "hookupu" here. Enter-
talnment In shape or a ball will
also be given tho men, nnd a
fow thousand dollars will be
subscribed for making the visit
of the naval men pleasurable
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 63.
SUGAR: Centrifugals, 98 degree,
4.25 cents, or 985. per ton. Previous
ouotation, 4.24 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 7 l-2d.
Parity, 4.46 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis. 3d.
Btek up this movement to Imprtva
th. (treat and lirfawilks.
Many a Man
ha been suddenly reduced from
riches to poverty; and many a man
has not survived it.
Then his Life Insurance Polioy,
taken as a matter of form, beoomes
of the greatest importance to hit
Don't neglect insurance.
Only a moderate crowd turned out
to see thc baseball games this after
noon. Merger nnd his boys, however,
had sumo new music on tap, so that
thorp who wcro present were given
treats for both oyo nnd car.
I'lins- W. Dcbha, rf.; J. Desha, bs.j
Hampton, p.; II. Druns, If.; Kla, cf.;
Hoogs, 2b.; Lyman, a; McCorrlston,
lb.: Henderson, 3b,
St. Louis Kn Sue, If.; Hushnell, p.;
Jim Williams, 2b.: Joy, rf., Arcla, cf.;
John Williams, 3b.; All Williams,
ss.; CoarcB, c; Ilruns, lh.
I'unn at bat. W. Dcoha was struck
by a ball after ho had Mt It and was
out. Lyman flow out to -second. J, De
sha hit to third and was thrown out
8t. Louis Kn Sue gut to first on
McCorriston's orror. Uiishncll hunted
safe and Kn Sua took third on Mc
Corriston's error. J. Williams flow out'
to first. Harney Joy binashcs out a
two-bagger to left, hcorlng En Sou and
Hushnell. Arcla struck out. J. Wil
liams flleB out.
Hampton flics out to Harney Joy
who niado a beautiful catch. (Joy
twisted his ankle.) II. Druns flew out
to first. Kla walked. Hoogs went out
from third to first.
Alf Williams flew out to short
Soarcs fouled out to third. Drum,
McCorrlston hit a threo-baggcr
along flrst-base lino. Henderson went
out from third to first. Illll Desha
flow out to right. Lyman flew out to
En Suo was thrown out at first.
Riuihnelt went out at first nUo, .llm
Wllltams was hit by a pitched" ball
and was given first. Dowers mado a
bum decision on a safe ono of Joy's,
calling it foul. Barney got a two-bag-Ecr
over center, bringing Williams
home. Arcla bunted and was thrown
out ut first.
(Continued on Page 4)
Frear Approves Hula
Dances, Says M'Bride
Claudius H. McDrlde has managed
to get himself Into print slnco ho left
the Islands last than he probably over
did beforo or ever will again
Tho San Kranclfctu Call, May 10,
contains, under thc heading "I'IhIii
Hula Dances and I.uau Kcasts Ha
wailans to Give Visiting Illuejackcts
tho Time of Their l.hes Committee
Arranging for Most Suitable Form of
Entertainment," the following;
All Hawaii is In a whirl over tho
form of ontcrtalnnient to bo given
tho sailors of the Atlantic Fleet when
it arrives there next July, according
to advices recently brought from tho
Islands. Whether to glc the blue
jackets tho big time of their lives
with n round of tho fascinating
and wicked, so it Is bald, hula dances
and tho famous In an nutlve feasts
or to furnish them with tho nioro
tranquil amusement of trolley nnd
automobile, rides through the tropical
palms, Is a question that Is causing
Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. Xing St Fame 15.
heated discussion among tho people
of the Pacific Isles.
Claudius II. Mcllrldc, prlvnto sec
retary to Governor Frear, Is In San
Francisco as secretary to the Hawaii
Fleet Committee, to get suggestions
from the San Francisco committee ns
to the best entertainment to provide.
Mcllrldc called a meeting of Hawaii
an people In this city Thursday In
the office of J. J. Dunne In thc Monad
nock buildingrnnd his Ideas ot giv
ing a distinctly Hawaiian form ot en
tertainment, Including tho dances
and the feasts, were cnthuslaBtlcalyl
indorsed. Dunno was former United
States Assistant District Attorney In
Honolulu. Among others present
wcro Mcllrldc, S. Crook, A. 11. Crook,
J. M. Johnson, J. S. McCandlcss, Wil
liam Holer nnd Dr. Mitchell. Then
Mcllrldc took tho matter up with
Mayor Taylor and Chairman Phclan.
"Ily nil means, have a dl.tinctty
Hawaiian program for tho sailors,
something they haven't seen, and
(Corrtteoed on Page 4U
A TONIC and NUTRIENT,
eadorsed by the leading
Physicians, It builds you
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S..KING STRBBT.
WITH 16 MEN
BERKELEY, Calif., May 23. The Morrcll airship, a monster af
fair 450 feet long and driven by five engines, collapsed today during
its trial trip. Thc airship was 300 feet in the air and its sixteen occu
pants were placed at the mercy of the atmosphere. They were all in
jured, but no deaths have resulted.
Agree To ForfiH
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 23. Thc House has arrreed to the Con
ference report on the Fortifications appropriation rind the Omnibus Pen
sion Claims bill.
AtModnttd ris Special CahU
ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 23. The
Syracuse University crew defeated
the Naval Academy in the boat race
held here today.
FLEET AT SEATTLE
tAnoclatrd l'rtt Special CoMJ
SEATTLE, Wash., May 23.
Atlantic Fleet arrived here today
was given a remarkable ovation
JAY GOULD'S TENNIS
LONDONjEngland, May 23. Pu
cilist Tom'Bums has not heard from
Johnson on thc proposal to fight for
a purse of $35,000. Burns will fight
Lang at Sydney, during the visit of
thc Atlantic Fleet.
DEDICATED TO HANNA
CLEVELAND. Ohio, May 23. The
anQ monument to thc late Senator Mar
cus Hanna was dedicated today with
i fitting ceremonies.
LONDON, England. May 23.-
Gould defeated Mile at tennis.
Dlanlc book, of all sort., ledgers.
lay etc. manufactured nr the llullMIn Put
Six Years Sugar Price
The falling oft In thn price of sugnr
Is attracting considerable attention as
It always does In Honolulu, but there
Is no Indication that tho general trend
of tho market Is) unllko Hint of pre
vious years at this date. Tho price
of beets and centrifugals on Mny 23d
for tho past six years Indicates that
tho prlco this car is holding to a rel
atively higher lovel thun In former
years, that Is, tho market is stronger.
Comparison with 1905 Is particularly
Instructive. That was tho year when
sugar went to flvo conts yet on Mny
23 of that year raw sugar was a very
few points nbovo tho flguro of today.
Tho reduction In prlco at tho pres
ent tlmo Is credited to tho poor show
ing of tho fruit crop and possibly beet
plantings Tho prlco however is still
far from low nnd the Hawaiian crop
will nil ho marketed nt n good figure.
Tho quotations for .May 23 during tho
last six yeara follow.
. 7s m,il
. !)s 0 d
. Rs 3 d
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