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CK. X. NO. 4013
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27. 1 90S
PRICE 5 CENTS
LEE LET FAKIRS
Ei m if m m
FLEET WORKERS DEAL WITH FINAN
SAN FRANCISCO IS
- $37,000 SHORT
SAN FBANCISCO, Calif., May 27. A shortage of 37,000. has been
discovered in tho City Treasury. Thi responsibility has not yet been
i if i m
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 27. The House has passed the compio
raise Currency bill.
FLEET AT TACOMA
SILBERHORN NOT FOUND
TACOMA. Wash.. Mav 27. The SAN DIEGO, Calif., May 27. The
Atlantio Fleet arrivel h:rs today. British gunboat Shearwater has re
The first squadron will return to San turned from nn unsuccessful search
Francisco tomorrow. . for the collier Silbcrhorn, reported to
DROWNED- 17 MEN
be burning oil SanTcrnandez.
YARMOUTH, Eng.. May 27. The
steamer Boston sunk the schooner
Fame, seventeen of whose men were
NO GALLAGHER CLUE
OAKLAND, Calif., May 27. There
is no clue to the persons responsible
for dynamiting Supervisor Gallag
Sack up this mnven-cnt to Improve
th street and sidewalks.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., May 27.
Hear Admiral Crowninshicld jlied
An order has been llloil by JiuIko
Lindsay dismissing the Henry Wuter
liotibo Trust Company iih udminlstrp-
tors of the estnto of V. II. Cornwell.
Ho linn nlso ordered that the personal
piopcrty of the cstiito lie paid over
to tlie hcliB. Tor Ills koi vices as mas
ter, John Matcnlllno was allowed a
feo of $200.
"HAWAII" IS WATER)
WITCH INFAIR WIND
Harris Says He Will Win
if He Gits Good
"In n 'fair wind Bho Is a beauty,
and sails like a wntcr-wttch, and It
she gets the wind she stands a big
show to win the race," said Captain
Harris this morning, on his return
from the trial trip on which he had
the yacht Hawaii laBt night and oai
ly today. "V shifted about two
tons of ballast oft, and It made a big
difference In her behavior In n rough
sen, tmpiovlug her greatly. The rac
ing sails also proved a big help.
"Furthermore, she Is a line son
boat, as was shown In the channel
last night. It was very rough, but
she carried u pre3s of sail and made
fluo time." '
The lust small details are now be
ing attended to. ns rlie is to sail in u
few da)B for the Coast to Join the
other racers nt San Pedro.
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Colonel C. II. Maddox denies kiss
ing Mrs. Allj O'llrlen in testimony
against husband's suit for divorce
m si m kintiht m
Col. Denies Rumor i hat
He Instructed His
Markovitch, On Manuka,
Want's To Stop But
Among tlio weird political ynrns Tho Manuka bioucht In a Hono
which are nt present being cliculatcd lulu resident, returned from his wan-
tunons the Voters Is ono to the effect derlngs. In tho person of a nmn nam
nun pontics weie being Intioduced cil Markovitch.
(Cocitausd an Page 4V"
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(hit he will not
(Continued on Page 2)
IT'S HOT WEATHER
and there are mow hot days coming. We are not saying
it to discourage youj bat "forewarned is forearmed," you
Get yourself soma of our men's light underwear, and
you won't mind the sultry days so much.
WHITE LISLE SHIRTS 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 ner garment
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Tho hospitality and generosity of
a large number of linns and Individ
uals of Honolulu Is being evidenced
through the Executive Committee
which has charge of tho Fleet nt
i falis. At tho meeting this nttcrnoon
at the I'lomotiou Committee rooms,
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that many people have cxpresccd
themselves ready to assist liberally
in tho entertainment of the fleet.
Tho question of giving a -bnll at
the Moana and Senidde Hotel grounds
was discussed, resulting in n motion
nidBo by Mr. I'cdf, which was sec
onded by J. V, CooTce. that It bo
made n subscription ball instead of
a go n era I ball, us was originally de
cided upon by the sub-Commlttco nn
Kntertnlnmont. This was carried.
Tho Exccuthc Committee, on mo-
(Continued on Page 8)
, COMMITTEE MEETING
i meeting of the BUb-Commlttee on
Encrtnlnmcnt of the Fleet will bo
held tomonow morning at 8 o'clock
at the ofllte of Ch.ilrnmn F. L. Wnl
dron. All membeis ure urgently re
quested to bo present.
E. C. THOMAS BACK.
SUPPLIES AT COST
FOR FLEET WORK
Carter Thinks Profit
I 'Should Not Be
"I think some of these people
ought to get rid of the Idea of mak
ing n profit when furnishing any
thing for the use of committees far
entertaining the Fleet," said Chair
man George It. Carter this noon,
when talkingof Fleet nlnns.
"Some of the concerns about town
hne set the example and it is an ex
cellent one tho only thing to do.
They will furnish the material lit
( cost. Take, for Instance, tho Hawai
ian Electric Company. The material
that will have to be ordered runs In
to money. The company has con
sented to furnish all material at
cost and take back ull material .ca
pable of being used nguln.
I "Down nt the Inter-Island offlco
they have figured everything out on
a cost basin and tho suggestion was
made this morning that the steamora
might not cost the commltteo any
thing If tho company were allowed
(Continued en Page 4)
"That's what I came to lown for,"
cald Senator Coelho this morning, ns
he noted that tho Supeilntendont of
I'ubllc Works had called for bids for
the completion of tho Wnlluku and
"That is tho last appropriation
Item for which we Maul men fought
successfully in the lust Legislature.
All tho other Items linvo been ex
pended or nro In tho process of being
expended. This Is tho Inst, and I am
mighty glad to pee It going ahead."
Uildgewater'a Confectionery . opens
fit 0 ji. m. today, with ono of thu finest
assortment of first-class candles to bo
found In thoclty. Hotel, near Fort.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St.
a man's estate, the greater
the need that his will be
clearly and concisely word
ed and properly executed.
We make no charge foe"
drawing up wills in proper
legal form, if we are made
one of the executors.
Call and see us about it.
?on St. Ocnobl"
E. H. Thoiuns, one of tho former clt
bona of Honolulu returned today u.
tho Manuka .Mr Thomas hns been
In South Africa and liviu the distinc
tion of having had his obituary wilt
ton In Honolulu He nat. mportcd to
have passed away In tho Transvaal.
STOP PRIZE FIGHT
Honolulu, May 2ti, 1908.
Hon. It. W. Ilrt-ckuns, D. 9. District
Attotnuy, Honolulu, 'V. II.
Sir: We, the undersigned, citizens
of Honolulu, respectfully rcquost your
attention to thu boxing contest at
ranged for May 30th Inst., and request
thnt you notify tho parties that any
violation of law will bo prosecuted. It
has been advertised as a fight for n
prlzo of money. This Is. contrary to
Act of Congress, February 7, 1890,
Chapter Vi, of the Iluvlscd Statutes of
thu United States, for which tho min
imum penalty is ono ) ear's imprison
ment. Flee, gnodnatured, clean scientific
boxing whero no money is cluirgcd
and no prlzo is given may bo enjoyed
by many hero In Honolulu as n sport
puro and simple. It is tho money In
It which Is against the law and which
(Continued on Pafe 4.
Alp oba ,
ALMOND NUT CAKE
Alexander Young Cafe
xl Prof. J. T. Crawley, who now K
has chargo of tho Agricultural M
M Experiment Station of tho Cu- X
ban Government, has sent to
K Mr. Owens of the Hnwullan X
H Fertilizer Company asking him
V to forward a quantity of algo- X
V. i oba seed. U
X Tho supposition is that Mr. M
Crawley tontcmplatoj taking c
v the plnco In Cuban history that'M
V Father Ilacholot has In Hawaii- M
it, an, by conferring tho blessing 50
W of algcroba upon the Cubans. W
K The seed of the Algeroba will DC
H not bo dlfllcult to transport, as M
V they enn bo readily fumigated
V and put In condition to pass X
' the most rigid plant quardntlno !
H without Injuring tho germlnut- M
X Ing powor of tho bean. The JO
X preparation of the shipment M
Ht will bo In charge of I'rof. Ko- W
M tlnsky of tho Agilculturul Du- X
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This is the Advertiser Sleuth as
signed to the solution of the Lee Let
The strenuous attempt made by the
moinlng paper to besmirch tho Counl
Attorney's cflWo turns out to bo but
a mero 1 yslerical outburst based on
a nitstivrt'oviititlon of facts and cir-
lied out by erioneous conclusions. II
states that thu depositions made by
Reporters Mntheson and Ayres linvo
bc.-n ni.iilti ,.u - i ! It tmnn Hit
thnt no such depo i lyns vc axihtcd.
In tt'e firt pluo no .ucli di-ifnl-tlnim
were ur i.:(n, suld lieputy
County Attnitiej Miiit-nou tliU inorn
lin: "And in too second place, ovau
If they had been taken, thoy cmild not
havo besn uwil In a criminal cae. be
cause the defendant has the constitu
tional light to bo confronted by tho
UiH'u;en. As thry did nut exist tlfty
could not disappear.
"As far ns A. i. Taylor Is concerned,
ho prerared typewritten statements of
what had occurred Tliej nro not lo
imhIiJoiis, but they jt rtlll there. At
that tlmo 1 naked Tnjlor what corrob
oration ho had, and ho said Ayres ami
.Mntheson. Then I tent tor Mnllieson
nnd Ayres and nskod tlj'tn. ns I would
, any inner ui.incss, wnnt Uiey knew
luout tno case. They told mo, nnd 1
nindo tomo rough notes, which oro
noer glen to n stenographer or t Re
written. This took plnco a couple of
days before tho date not for the trial,
und theso notes were Intended niLrcly
for my own guldanco In cxninlnlug tho
ItncBsis In tho samo way as any nt
torinjy does In bundling a ease, nnd
tho notes could not In anv way bo
called Mcpcihlilcfls", no.- could fiey bo
used as siicln Even ir an ot!i r pron
cculor toon up the caso In my placo
lio would not lite tbeeo notoB, but
would do us I did, call tho witnesson
before him and t.iko noieB on what
they had to b.i
4"As a mailer of fact. I had theso
iTJontinued on Page 2)
O O O O
Pure, home-made, delicious, at
liollister Drug Co.,
J. Hopp & Co.,
Tho final offort In fund-raising for the Trans-PuMflr Yacht.
Hawaii will bo mado today by thu Yacht Committee.
"Wo must nate nt least J-J.00O. for tho expenses of tho
yacht on tho trip." said II. E. Cooper of tho Committee. "The
ucht has got to go now. Thoro Ij no getting away from it. Of
courso wo noed five thousand dollars and will get It In tho long
run, but tho Inst emergency call for fundB will bo mado today
and wo hope to II ml a ready response fiom tho loyal peoplo of
A partial canvass this morning nmonG tho business men of
this city resulted In tho raising of about a thousand dollars for
tho Huwnll, and tho promlso of much more, which will prob
ably he gotten. It has to bo leniembered that tho coin must be
forthcoming by Monday If tho craft Is to enter the race, us she
starts for tho Coast on that day, If all goes well'
Yours If You Want
WHAT IS T C o in f o r t , of course.
We bought these to give you com
fort, and feel sure that they will be
come the fast friends of many peo
ple whcnre having trouble with their
They are made of soft, Golden
Brown Vici Kid, orf an .easy and
roomy last. We can recommend this
shoe ns possessing excellent wearing
qualities, as well as Comfort,
ALSO IN OXFORD.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
-PRICE $5,00 TEL. 882.
185 S. KINO STREET.
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