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0-. X. NO. 4012
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. MAY 26. 1908 -
PRICE 5 CENTS
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"To Mott Smith, Honolulu.
"Additional district Judge passed
The elinvn In a eahlegiam receUcd,
liy Acting (lovcrnur Mott-Smlth last
i'pnlm;, giving the welcome news
that another Federal Judge would bu
iippolnted hero. Although tlio bill has
not been beforo the Sennto. It Is und
erstood thut the ninttcr hnH been rec
ommended favorably, and will un
doubtedly go through. Hipresentalivu
Alexander of New York la tho linn I
who Is given credit for Introducing the
bill Into the House. i
Speculation liore.of conriio. Is life nj
to who will get the pluui. It la known
that Judge HoldnBon had an lnterlow,
with Governor rnur shortly uerore lie
left, mid It Is nlso pretty well known
that tho talk hid considerable to do
with the additional United States 1)Ib
tj let .ludgerhlp. Judge Robinson lias
n splendid record behind hliii and
Olcanitng with thousands and
thousands of Incundedcouts, with
(lags, streamers, pennants, and bunt
ing flying and reaching from stieet
In street, the down-town district of
Honolulu us well us tho beach ro
rorts will take on a gala appearance,
duilng the stay of the greut Fleet
here, such as has never beforo been
peen In this city. The Decoration
Committee of Hie Fleet Committee
has prepared its estimates and ar
innged Its plans In such a manner
that when the time conies the work
ran bo rushod through with nil pos
It has been decided to mako tho
nlectrtc lighting in the down-towu
district irspeclul featnro of tho dec
oration. The committee which has
?t ;,' .u.
IT'S HOT WEATHER
and there are more hct days coming. We arc not saying
it to discourage you, bat "forewarned is forearmed.' you
Get yourself some of our men's light underwear, and
you won't mind the sultry days so much.
WHITE LISLE SHIRT3 75c per garment
ATHLETIC SHIRTS, ribbed sleeves $1.00 each '
SORIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
MORRIS UNIVERSITY Short-sleeved coats,
knee drawers 50c per garment
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGGAN...75o per garment
there Is no doubt but that ho would
bu fitted for tho position.
Another tnyi who Is being serious
ly considered Is United Stales District
Attorney Ilrccltons. It Is rumored that
friends of his had a great deal to do
with IJie engineering of tho bill
tluough tho Ifoiitu, and consequently
the application of Mr. Breckons for
the position, thould ho mako one.
would havu to be given a groat deal of
consideration, llreckons also has a
record that would bear him out.
Judge l) Uolt Is another who Is be
lli); spoken of In this connection,
(hough It Is nut known whether lio
has taken any action towards, making
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 25.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, Us. Par
ity, 4.32 cents. Previous quotation,
lis. 7 l-2d.
this part of the work In chnrgo laid
out their lighting plan and submit
ted it to the Hawaiian Klectrlc Co.
for an estimate of the cost. The fol
lowing U tho .lighting plan of the
Ala Moana Ono Jlno of lights
from Iron Works to Fort street.
Hlchnrds street Two lines of
lights fiom wntorfront to Merchant
Alnkea street Two lines of lights
from waterfront to lleretania.
Fort street Two lines of lights
from waterfront to tlotel street.
Klilg street Two lines of lights
from Bethel to Rtchuids.
Hotel street Two lines of lights
from Fort to Richards.
(Continued on Pace 4'.1
t DIE IN BREMEN
Death Of Capt. Wolters
And Pfluger Almost
News of tho death of two wcil
known kamaalnas was received this
morning by Hackfcld & Co. They wcro
J. W. I'fluger anil Captain Wolters,
both of whom were connected with
Hn'ckfuld & Co. in days gono by. Itotli
died nt Hremeu, Qermnny, their death
being almost simultaneous, Captain
Wolters dying May 24 and P:MS3.'
J. W. I'lluger was n brother of J. C.
I'fluger, who was n silent partner of
the late It. Hackfcld, who founded thu
firm of Hnckfeld & Co. Ho came hero
when quite a oung man, and remained
In the Islands or ninny years, being
In the employ of tho firm. Ho was nt
one time tho Fusslan vice-consul for
Hawaii, and made an Important busi
ness vovuge to Siberia. I'fluger left
"thu Islands in about 1887 mid went to
(Continued om Paje t)
"If Campbell wilnot appoint James
Keola, an Maul's assessor, to succeed
W. T. Robinson, who resigned leccnl
ly, his appointment will not bo con
tinued by tho Senate." Tho abovo' re
marks were mado by ono who Is ln
a position to know what Is being done.
"A letter has been prepared ana is
being sent on to tho other island mem
bers of the Senate asking them to op
pose the continuation of Campbell's
appointment, when tho Senate meets.
Keola lias been and is thu senior dep
uty asbuBsor of Maul. It is therefore
nothing but fair that Keola should bo
give tho preference. It was generally
reported on Maul that Judgu McKay,
of Wulluku, may bo given tho asses
porshlp of Maul, lie being. In tho opin
ion of Treasurer Campbell, tho most
competent mnn to hold tho position.
The Hawallnns are speculating on this
proposition and the Hawaiian polltl
(Continued on Pace 2)
lllds were opened at tho dfflcc of
the Customs Inspector today as fol
lows: IC. O, Hall & Son, supplies;
Henry May & Co., supplies; Stand
ard Oil Co., oil and turpentine;' Hen
ry May & Co., rations; II, Hackfeld
& Co., fresh water; Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co., coal.
Rear Admiral Kvans weps ns ho
takes last glaneo at ships anchored
BULLET'N ADS. PAY
Many a Man
hat been suddenly reduced from
riches to poverty; and many a sum
hat not survived it. -
Then hit .Life Insurance Policy,
taken ai a nvitUr'of form, Ijecomes
of the' greatest important to his
Don't neglect insurance.
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A new phnso of the famous Illcrce
Hutchlns rase came up this morning
when a motion was filed by tho de
fendant! to hao Judgment decided
In their favor notwithstanding tho
eidi:t of tho Jury the other day,
when the case was deilded against
them. A number of reasons nro glvon
for the roqucst.
In the first plnco It Is claimed that
there Is no cause of action. In tho
second place, no valid claim has been
presented by the lalntlff. It is nld
alleged that no consideration was
given to thu bond, and it was there
fore void. The defendants also claim
that contract' of sureties Tor re-deltv-ery
of the bond was altered, changed.
. i Continued ei Paft t)
Manager O. II Wells of tho Walluku
plantation returned on the Manchuria
with his wlfu and daughter from a
tour of the OrKnt
In all his iiiottmientH Mr. Wells of
course hud his main lines of travel
centered, on tectums that would give
him un Idea of nhat other peoplo are
doing In the vugar Indiixtry.
Ono of tho prln-lpal polntB of Inter
est was Java. "Thu sugar makers of
Java don't frighten me," said Mr.
Wells this morning. 'They nro run
ning things on tl'o eld plan and they
nro far and nwny behind thu sugar
growers of Huwall They have plenty
of Inbor, to bu st.ro, but It seemed to
mo they had too much of It. Tlioy r
fuso to use labor Falng machinery
and consequently do not turn out thu
"The Philippines htruck, mens n
great country If given pioper legisla
tion and tho rlglt kind or care fiom
tho Federal Government. Thcro is u
futuro for that place. I had Intended
to travel to tho Islands where sugar
cuno is grown. lit facu Governor
Smith said he would pur ono of tho
coast steamers at my disposal, but
about the time for us to start, some
thing brpko and as tho sailing wan
delayed Bovcral das, I could not
make the trip.
"Manila Is u Imihj place. It looks to
mo like a pretty good place for u
young man to glow up with thu coun
try. But tho islands need free trade
With the mainland to mako them pros
perous "I haven't any money lft. I paid it
nil to tho custom house heru for what
few trlnkctB I brouiiht back with me.
Wo had a splendid time and I am go
ing bock to the plantation In a day or
two. Incidentally I am getting rid
of a cold or thu whooping cough or
somethlirg like It, that 1 captured In
Japan, No, they didn't charge mo
duty on that. Come to think' or it, I
wonder why whooping cough should
be on the freo list. It Is tho -only
thing I brought that I would llko. to
havo the custom houso confiscate."
GRAND ARMY HAS
Capt Rees Will Address
War Veterans On
Tho program for tho observance of
Memorial nay on Saturday next has
been completed and promises to bo
one of tho most Interesting of several
years. Tho services are Js usual In
chargo or thu C!eo. W Do Long I'oit
No. 45, O. A. It., Department of Cali
fornia nnd Nevada. .
The orator of the day will bu Cap
tain Kees, commandant of tho Naval
Station. Captain ltees is a finished
speaker and a war veteran of tho
Navy Mrs. I,. L. McCandloss 'will
read "Sleep Colorado Sleep" and tho
llncoln Gettysburg address will be
read by J. Iloy Douglass.
Tho official program lasucd by tho
Post follows ! ,T
- Procession will form on Uoretanla
street, right resting on Kratnn, at 1:30
(Continued on Pagt 8)
That the Coast yachtsmen have
now warmed upto tjjo Trans-Pacific
Kace for keeps can be considered cer
tain. Judging from tho contents of
the files of Los Angeles papers which
arrived In the Maru jestorday. Llojd
Chllds, the representative at Los An
geles of thu 'lawall Promotion Com
mittee, hn3 Leen doing some flno
work ln"tho way of woiktng up In
terest In tho matter after It had prac
tically been conslderod dead, and his
efforts hare evidently- been Crowned
with success. Tho Los Angeles pa
peiB dovote a Wry largo amount of
space to tho matter. The Examiner,
May 8, contains a detailed account
of a meeting or tho yachtsmen, ut
(Continued en Paf 8)
Island Fruit Co., '
72 S. King St.
1 Telephone 301. '
A TONIC and NUTRDEIT.
endorsed by the leading
Physicians. It builds you
Hollister Drug Co.,
BRYAN AND TAFI
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 20. William J. Bryan nnd William H.
Taft have agreed to favor the law which provides for publicity in all
contributions for campaign purposes.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 26. The Pension bill has gone to the
It is expected that a compromise will be leached on the currency
legislation that will enable a currency bill to pas3 at this session.
15,000 IN LINE
SEATTLE, Wash., May 28. The
great parade in connection with the
entertainment of the Atlantic Fleet
was held today. There were 15,000
men in line.
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BALTIMORE, Md May 26. Ed
win M. Hughes. Wilson F. Lewis and
-Robert Mclntyrc have been appoint
ed fliihopi by the Methodist Confer-
HAS BEEN LOCATED
Castle & Cooke this morning
notified Acting Governor Mott
Smith that they had, by re
quest, located Col. Spalding,
though they did not stnte
whore ho was.
JUjlt-Smlth therefore sent
the following cablo to Govern-
"Spalding located. No
with, pithot for particu
lars. Advise me."
From thu text or this. It is
supposed that the Kapaa land
oxchnngo will be settled soon.
Spalding will probably bo
heard from In a short time,
and a dcfinlto answer to tho
' Government proposal given.
BEETS HP a
Alexander & Tlaldwln hno rcceled
tho following cablegram, dated today,
Ironi their New York correBjiondentB:
There was a salo of 98 test toda)
that does not affect (ho basis for Ha
walan fiugarls at 4.27c. Cubans for
delivery nt New York by stoamur.
Juno shipment. Federal flugir Ilu
fining Co., was tho buyer. Ucetu llu.
Vd. firm. Tlucu months henco quoted
at mi advance of lV&d.
MICHIGAN IS LAUNCHED
CAMDEN, N. J., May 2G. .The
battleship Michigan was launched to
day. CLEVELAND STRIItE MAD
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 20.
The street-car strikers have voted to
continue the strike.
EVELYN'S PLAN CHANGED
NEW YORK, H. Y., May 2G.
'Evelyn Thaw's suit to cnnul her
marriage to Harry Thaw on the
p.round of hi3 insanity has been with
drawn. Senator V 7. Coolho Is In town
for a chart rck after his strenuous
season of labor in noslstlng tho har
vest of sugar at Walluku plantation.
Mr. Coelho, In speaking of Senator
Howltt't comment on thu Btatus of
tho rtopubllcnn party, said, "That may
bo tho condition on Hawaii but j. Is
not the statu of nffalt;s on Maul. Tho
paity Is In good shapo on Mijul bo
cniiEo we nro nhvnjs nt work, always
on watch, nnd striving to strengthen
tho party with tho peoplo.
"From whnt I -can mako out down
here nud from what I hear of Hawaii,
I should say ft was about time for
sumo or theso Republicans to get a
move on nnd do. soma work. Tho
Democrats aru hard nt work. Tlieio--no
doubt or It."
Sailor oieus- ball with vro of ud
mlrnl and bluejackets tnKu prcru-,
Heme of olllcbis In nlulit of festivity."
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