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Mnnuka . , Juno 27
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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. HAY 28. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
To Acting-Governor Mott-Smith Washington, May 28, '08
My Shipping Bill for suspension Coast
wise laws passed House. j KUHIO.
Delegate Kuhio's bill to which he refers is the measure
favorably reported from the House committee suspending the
Coastwise law as regards passengers going to and from the
Coast until such time as three additional American passenzer li
ners are put on the route between Hawaii ami the Pacific..
Pearl Harbot Board . FHR.
While Fleet Is Here
Commission of Farmers
To Report Od
('Ml Knglneers Parks nml IlurrcU. Iiy Capt. Scitou Sclnoeder, V. S. N..
who aro to lmvo thai bo f the 1'carl ' which hoard will convene at Hono
nrii,.r wnrk hern, come under or- lulu on tho arrival of tho Atlantic
ders to report to a l-o.ml or naval of- Fleet. Tho Schrocilcr hoard Is to
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flccl-H Which MI lt III 11118 Cliy nuiKO iaunimuimwu.i ' 'w
whiin thn Floot is here, and maKo Depaitmcnt recording
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partment acconllnB to tho findings of and submit a pmn 01 construct.... mUteo nt ltH ,eotlnB trilb artcrnoon. th(j ( Qf tjle o(, (.1pper sh,p3
ll.o leulnn. The final fate of the mid dove opn ent or "- i--- c eaus . - , elllBB by oll0 dBJP tl, rccord of lho
proposed naval station, ami mo Biain.ii. .or w....... v.uh -" . - - .. - -- ;".. ; -. B Juhl. ,; to Delawa.e llreakwator.
..,,... i.. i,o iillnuxil for nrrseiit scss on lias mauo provision ! " - - . - .-- ----- -
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tho vatlous parts of the work will he
An excellent plan for the advertis
es In an official way tho losourccs of
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location . .. ,,,,, !,,,... 1iIM. will I .... ..... .. tru..1..l
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Through Information furnished by
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n ' s exclusive Marine
Kxclmngc service, It Is learned that
tho ship Ersklne M. Phelps, Captain
Grnhani, known ob the "Whlto Fly-
nrrlved today at New York, 98
This Is the
Daviee Asks Protection
For ServanTs From
or tno snops .111.1 me luupuacu wy.- ), Bi,mitted to tho Promotion Com- ,..,, trI ,vh.ch ha8 bccn mn(Io 8nC0
determined In this way.
Parks and llurrcll are due to ar
llve here on tho Siberia, on Monday.
The engineers tonio to tnko tho Pearl
llaiLor work at onco In lip.nrt. They
will conduct a survey and make l.or
Inss for the new dock. Orders to
Pnil8 are that ho shall report to a
hoard of naval officers, jlresldod over
i .!.. ci nnnnnn hao not actliely attempted hereto
by an appropriation of Sl.000.0u0, "'. '..,,? , tInw,..i
nnd has established limits for cxpen- meli' ox))orcncc,, )n horticultural nnd
illturo 'tit S2.000.000 for the dock, nKrc,lltural pursuits, who, though sue-
SL', 000,000 fi?r the dicdglng work, ct.RBf,ii whore they, aro at proscnt lo-
tnnn.noo for tho shon. $300,000 for rated, would perhaps welcome an op-
tho storohouke. and $100,000 for portunlty of doing ns well or better
An Impoitant tjuestlon will be tha
size of tho dock nnd Its location. Tho
(Continued on Pg 3)
Yacht Funds Rais
W. II. Melnerny of tho Yacht Com
mittee said this morning that the
boat will sail about 4 o'clock next
Monday afternoon, for tho Coast, to
Join tho fleet-winced craft at San
l'cdio. Tho funds necessary for her
tn sail, to tho amount of about $1,-
nartiiro Is assured. Things aboard
nro all"shlpHliape, supplies nro In,
and she will be In condition for tho
tinns-occan voyage as soon us ho
comej oft tfco mailno railway. Sho
llallast Ij now llxcd to tho satltf
rattlon of Captain Harris. A few
minor points have to ho attonded to
still, such as caulking about the sky
lights. The position of prets representa
tive of the yacht was offered tills
havo been lalsed, nnd her do- morning to a newspaperman of this
. . .. i ' l .. I... t It- In nt tri Ifnnivn tutmt lr
city, hut It Is not yet known whether
lie will aci.cpt or not.
Tho craft might be gotten to sea
before tho hour designated, but
plonty of time Is being allowed, as It
un-lcr such plensint conditions as may
be found In our fertile Island.
Tho gieat possibilities of tropical
nnd semi-tropical agriculture aro get
ting to bo better understood and can,
with piopcr presentation, bo made to
appeal to many exiierlenccd and well
to do farmers throughout the Main
land, tspflally In thoao States whero
tho cold, dcHilntn ilas of winter toncl
to breod discontent.
(Continued oa 7ag 4)
of prize fight
Thwing And Richards
Issue Manifesto '
United States District Attorney II.
V. BreckonB: "I havo' no objection
whatsoever to tho Ministers' Associa
tion or any person's presenting a po-
,s now .hCnn cleaned and overhaul j J. desired to have ."
r; 't:: ;;. ,rf,;v. h locJ ": tl,Li.M!".si' a,ates B"a" m
..,., .,u ,v..,v .. -addressed as Airv
Since sho has been given over lo
tho committee and to Captaln'lIanK
her rigging has been gieatly modi
fled nnd Improved, so that sho Is
cnicely tho snmo craft.
It waB observed the othor day that
she hid ccllccted a great amount of
ttuff on hor bottom, and sho Is being
Britain, IUissIa, Franco and Italy,
tho four Powers that have occupied
Croto for nearly eleven years, have
decided to evacuate tho Island and
let the Oieclan commissioner rulo
and there are more hot days coming, We are not saying
it to discourage you, but "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 SHIRTS 75c per garment
ATHLETIC SHIRTS, ribbed sleeves $1.00 each
SCRIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
MORRIS UNIVERSITY Short-sleeved coats,
knee drawers 50c per garment
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGQAN. ..75o per garment
When tho recent petition asking
that Prlzo fighting. In Honolulu, bo
stopped was presented to Mr. Breek
ons first, his attention was Immediate
ly called to tho fact that. Instead of
"Sir " ho had beou nddresBed as "Air."
Mr. Drockons rosents this misnomer,
nnd the nhovo Is his authorized stato-
(Continued on face 3)
Island Fruit Co.,
1)9 das, tnttdo In l'.'OO. Other fa
mous passages nre those of tho Sov
cielBn of the Seas, In 1SG3, 83 days
nnd of the N. !. Palmer, In 1854, to
New London from this port, 81 days,
Want Their Societies To
Give Luaus For
The leaders of tho Hawaiian socie
ties, urn.li us the Knmehamchn l.odpe,
Hui OlwJ, Knulke.ioull, and Knahu-
inaiiii organizations, will be asked If
they arc willing to help entertain
the Fleet when It arrives. In this
connection the Uxccutlvo Committee
authorized the Kntcrtnlnmont Com
mittee to communicate with thorn
and see If they would Interest them
selves In giving Hawaiian luaus for
The Kxecutlvc Committee, whlrh
met today, got Into a general discis
sion which ended in referring tho
whole luuu nffalr to tho Kntortalii
meiit Committee, of wlilch.F. J. Wal
dron, who was present; is chairman.
Tho question of tiansportntlon,
using tho Kluau as special steamer
to go to Pearl Hal hor on Sunday,
whs also discussed It developed
that tho Inter-Island S. N. Co. want
ed $500 for this particular trip. No
action was taken
Press Conmilttco matters wcro
generally dlsciibsed, but action was
finally deferred until .Monday noxt.
Present at tho meeting wore Geo.
It. Cnrtor, Secretary Wood, F. I
Waldron, Ooige W. Smith. J. P.
Cooke, .1. McCandlesH, nnd Col Jones.
"It Is only n waste of tlmo for us to
come hero and talk about tho enter
tainment of lho fleet, If tho P.xccutlvo
Committee Is going to turn us down
over) tlmo." said W. T. Lucas this
morning nt a meeting of tho sub-committee
on entertainment, which was
held In tho otllccs of Chairman Fred
These remarks wcro made after
Chairman Waldron had reported what
had been douo by tho Executive Com
mlttco at Its meeting yesterday aftor-
noon. Waldron said that tho Incen
tive Comniltteo decided that a sub
scription ball bhouhl bo given Instead
of a general ball. M. rnmipa was not
quite satisfied when ho heard tho re
port. He said, that tho ball would bo
alright mi long as It was strictly a
subscription ball, but ho emphasized
the fact that thero would bo trouble If
any money was taken from the general
funds. This, Phillips said, entitled
everyone to a dance.
The difficulty was settled when Cap
tain Hees took a hand nt It and uav
(Coatiwdws Jag 8)
MORE KOOLAU MEN
AFTER GOVT. LAND
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 28. There is a rumor here that Gen.
Luke E. Wright, formerly Governor General of the Philippines and later
Ambassador to Japan, may succead Mr. Taft as Secretary of War in
Roosevelt s Cabinet.
DISCOUNT TO 21-2
FREE FOR SIX YEARS
WASmNOTON. D. C. Mar 28.-
Th Woiie todav nasied the Hawaii-1 LONDON, Eng., Hay 28. The
n hill Introduced bv Delegate Kuhio Bank of Ennland discount lias been
removing the Coastwise penalty fcr reduced to two and one-half per
traveling on foreign shios, lor a pc- cent, ims jiguines an ampic sup-
riod of six years. " , Ply of coin in the great financial ccn-
m m tcrs.
$10,000. FOR FIGHT "-'
SYDNEY, Australia, May 28.
Ten thousand dollars has been depos
ited to bind the Burns-Lang prize-' ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, May
fight to take place here next August 23 The Russian battleship Peter
72 S. King St.
a man's estate, the greater
the need that his will be
clearly and concisely word
ed and properly executed.
rWe make no charge for
drawing up wills in proper
legal form, if we are made
one of the executors.
Call and see us about it.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 27.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 4.27
cents, or $85.40 per ton. Previous
quotation, 4,25 cents.
iJTS: bo analysis, us. 4-ia,
Parity, 4.33 cents. Previous quota-.
Cobb Adams -Giveb
His Own Views In
Another petition has boen fllod by
residents of the Koolaupoko district
who aro after Government lands' ncai
Kaneoho. Tho petition is addressed
to Acting Governor Mott-Smlth nnd
f.and Commissioner Pratt and reads
"Tho undcrBlgnedj citizens of tho
United States of America, and resi
dents of tho District ot Koolaupoko,
County of Onhu, Territory of Haw-all,
most tcupectfiilly petition )ou to cause
tho Government land known and
called Keaahala, containing an area of
3.U acres, Bltuato nt Kaneoho, In said
district of Koolaupoko, to bo surveyed
and bet apart for application under
Illght of purchaso I.caBCS, according
to section 313 of tho Revised Laws of
"And our petitioners would show-
that they aro desirous of acquiring
small holdlngu of, land for homestead-
(Continued oa Paj 9)
Bulletin Busineu Ofice Phone 254.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
during the visit
of the Amencan, the Great is ashore oni'inland Rock,
Tho annual stock-taking sale, bo
glnulnB today, Is one of the greatest
on rccoid; hosiery, shirtwaists, lin
ens, laces, ilbbons, etc., arc reduced
In price 10 nliuust nothing. Shoes,
canvas ones, ou can get for $1.50,
nnd others In proportion. You ask
where J ou can got theso superb bar
gains? Why. the place whcio oii
see tho largest number of canlagcs
and automobiles standing In fiont,
nnd tho plane whero ovcrjono Is
pleased wlth'thelr purchases, at
Kerr's, Alal.ea street.
Findings tf fact hnvo been returned
In the Illerco-IItitchlus caso by tho
Supremo Court of tho Territory.
Tho final accounts of A. W. Mc
Wayne wero referred to J. Mnrcalllno
ns master by Judge. Llndsny.
he bow' is -pierced, but the ship may
FLEET IS DIVIDED
TAC0MA. Wash., May 28. The
battlcsltips Connecticut, Kansas, Ver
mont, and Louisiana sailed today for
GEN. LEE IS DEAD
VICKSBURG, Miss., Kay 28.
Gen. Stephen E. Lee is dead.
SAM0S IN REVOLT
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey, May
281 A serious revolt has broken out
on' the Island of Saraos.
A. N. Campbell has filed n suit
against Dr. John and Mary Atelier
ley for $107(5.75 on .i promissory
note. Tho nolo Is dated Juno IS,
1901, nnd Is secured bv a mortgage.
ALMOND NUT CAKE
Alexander Young Cafe
Pure, home-made, delicious, at
Hollister Drug Co.,
IS RULED OUT
New Development in
All testimony which would go to
wards proving that Moses Kokl was a
robbor was this morning ruled out by
Judgo Holo. Although thin ruling
would nppear to bo a victory In u way
by tho defenso ovcr'tl.o piosccutlon
United Stntes Attorney HreckonB stat
Ctnt4 m Pp 9)
He Was At No Time
With Lee Let
The "depositions" of Roporters
Mnthceoii and Ayres. published In this
morning's junior, aro decldodly off col
or, ncrordliig lo Ftntu'uents mudo by
Deputy County Attorney Illlvortun and
M F. Proaser. Tho absurdity of
Apres' statement Is dwelt on nt length
(Continued on" Page 3)
Yours If You Want
WHAT IS? Comfort, 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 who are havmr; trouble with their
They aro made of soft, Golden
Brown Vici Kid, on an easy and
roomy last. We can recommend this
shoe as possessing excellent wearing
qualities, as well as Comfort.
ALSO IN OXFORD.
J. Hopp & Co.,
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND H0TSL STREETS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Fori It.. BcnolJl''
1051 FORT STREET.
185 S. KING STREET.
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