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, Mongolia June 13
From Vancouver :
Manuka Juno 27
Miinuna June 24
The question is frequently asked
the Bulletin, "When will the
Vacation Trip Offer bee withdrawn t"
The answer is: Not this year; prob
ably not next yar.
Anyone may start any time,
go anywhere, any time.
Bulletin Ads. save time and mgjiey for store patrons, hence their value
VOL. X. NO. 4025
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDXt, JUNE JO 1908
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HONGKONG MARU GOES ASHORE
Kapaa Land Exchange
Secy. Garfield Will
Visit Other Islands v
on Mauna Kea Soeeial
Secretary Garfield h, when ho
leaves Honolulu and tho Inlands, po
int; to Ijo bo full of Inhumation
about tho r.r.nllo of tho l'.iilflr that
)io will ho a walking I'lomotlon Coin
mlttcc. If tho .plans outllncil till)
luotiivi; In tin: L'ccculivo Ilulldliig
by a coniiulttco (if prominent men
n ii' ('allied out rs they wcro discuss
ed mid tent (lively decided upon. Thti
(onunlttcn which worked out tho
plan of cnloitnlumont In us follows:
II. A. Mott-Smlth, A. I.. C. Atkinson,
II, 1J. Cooper, S. M, llallou, und I, A.
Thiirrton, Tlioy wcro nppolntcd to
net with authority by the othcra prca
First and foremost. Secretary Oar
llcld wilt ho HliO'Vti Honolulu ns It Ik,
In everj Inipoitant p.irl of tlio l(y
he will lie. luko'i, and cvorj phase of
Illds for ths construction of tho new
buildings nt Fort Shnrtir wero Ihlu
morning oC!Kil both hcru and in Hun
rrancliKii. In order lo mako tlio open
Ink simultaneous and lo rut out tho
dlinciilty nii'lu by lho''dtffcrenco In
tlmo bctweoii Hipco to points, tho
bids wcro o.ienuJ lic.ro at S:iJ a. in,
mid in Han franeheo at 11 a m:
Theio wcro onl Inn locnl lilddcin
for coiirral ronolriictlou, laieas Iliolh
ere and V. 0. Chalniein. nml of llicsc
l.ucuV bid of ?13l,017 for tlio actnul
coiibtiucticu of (lie imlMhiK!, etlnslo
of pliimhliiR and wiring, na tho Ion
ci Scpnialo IiUIh for wiring wore
famished by Clintineis nil tlio Ha
waiian Klcclrle Co, and for pliuublnK
by I'd CJuhin and Cbnlnicit).
When tin bid I wcro, opened Ibis
moinliiK by Depot Qutrtoriiiaiiter Cap
tain Humphrey there vni rpillo a
largo number of conti actors present,
thoce who had not placed bids on file
belnx liitcicsli'd In tho flsuroa 'submit
ted b) the others.
When tho. new buildings lno boon
erected I'ort Slmfter v. Ill bo it regula
tion four company lost, whereas,
while nt present fuur conipanlts aro
rtillouod there by crnuiplili; Ihu (tui
lers, thou1 Is wily routilalldu bpaco
for two (OiujiJiiles. Tho now bullilliiKs
Inrlttlo two liariarKv two l.uarorlcs,
ouu field oniccr'a quarters, which will
bo occupied lw Major DunnliiK. two
lion commissioned ofllcern' nuarlers.
The latest soft fe'.t style, in Belgian, Pearl, Eclly-Nut,
'Russet, and Black.
All, the newest shapes out, in correct shades.
This is the finest hat for the price that has ever been
put on the market. You'll agree with us, when you've seen
.it." The price is $3.50.
Remember It's a KNOX
CORNER OF TORT
tnlorcit polntod out and explained.
Ho will bo tnlicu throurh Iho
schools In ordor that ho may lime an
Idol how to intny nationalities nro
bundled together, and tho difficulties
and needs of tlio sjstom pointed out
to 1:1m All other points of lnterpit
lo a high public otlWlnl will bo pre
sented lo tho Scictnrj',
Then ho will bo taken nround tho
Island of O.tliu. By Iho way, tho
Societal y In confident!) expected to
urrlo on Tuc3day and until Pi May
lie will bo entertained on Iho Island
of Oiliu Then II Is planned' to
i.i.i l,e rpcclal arrangements with tho
Inter-Island Steamship Company to
havo their flagship Mauna Ken leave
here Iilday evening for llllo with
Iho Sccietary and the uituitnliilng
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d For New
one mess hnlt and kitchen, ono bach
cloui' quurtcis und u coal Hhcd.
Tlio bids i.ubinltleil for the actinil
coustriKtloit of Iho buildings by Chal
burs anil Lucas wore an follows:
2 llarrnt'ts. carli ...J 27,712 3a,7!)G
ii I uvdo'les, cntb.. 7,402 C,0.ri7
I I". O. tlunrlcro .. lii.UI JVS10
2 N. C. (). (juartcrs,
oach U.3C0 7,93fi
1 Mess Hall mid
Kitchen 21.G11 22,315
1 llai liolurn Q'rters 2I.93T 23.71.0
1 Coal Shod ...v. t 3,021 3,9o0
, Total $iril,C47 ''ttyifi
Clrilmers' bid, as a total, Includlni;
wiring ami plumbing, amounts to
Clialtncra also submlttoj bids for
tho wiling and plumbing cf tho build
ings no follows.
2 Ilarracko, oa.ch Pit)
2 l.axatorlos, each..., 223
1 r. O. Quarters .,.. 604
2 N. C. O. Quarters,
1 Mpm Hall and Kitch
1 IlacholnrH" Qiiartors. ItiO
ud Qiilun submitted tho following
bids for Iho plumbing:
2 I.aMitorlcs, each .. $1,320.11!
1 !'. O. Quarlois 921.78
2 N. C. O. quurtcrs. each .... 578.1 1
1 Mess Hall and Kitchen .... 741.58
AND HOTEL STREETS.
With tho appropriation 'of $3300
passed i) the KxccutUe Committee,
at lti meeting this afternoon, the Ku
tertalnnicnt Commlttco for the Fleet
will proceed nt once to mnke prepar
ation to carry out It3 piogram. On
motion of Mr. Cooke. It was decided
that tho Kntcrtalnmcnt Committee
begin at once i.ellinc tkKcts for tho
Tho "question of providing shelters
for tlio men along tho boat-landings
wns dlbcusscd and on motion of Mr.
McCandlcfs tho matter wns referred
to tho Transportation Committee.
Aflor n general discussion, Mr. Peck
of tho Vns and Means Committee
stated that lie would welcome Editor
Shebn of tlio Hawaii Shlnpo as ono
of Ills associates. The secretary waa
tbcrcfoin instructed to notify Mr.
Shcli.i of his bcleLtlon.
Chair called tho attention of
tho meeting to the necessity for ap
pointing u permanent chairman for
all tlio I'lect Committees In placo of
Mott-Smlth, resigned. On this ac
count Mi. Hmlth moed thnt the np
polntment of such person bo uncle
at a Joint meeting of tho committee
cbnlineii on IVIday nftcrnnin, nt
1:30 o'clock. There being no other
business on tho table, tho meeting
adjourned to convene again on Fri
day afternoon, when all tho chair
men of various committees nro re
quested to attend.
Kaco hoiscs expected down on the
llltunlau went to llllo on tho I.ur
Tlio Hllonlan mid the Columbian
woio In company from Hunday morn
Back up trils movement to Improve
the I'rrati and itdowalke.
1 llatholors' Qiiartors 2.400.CO
Total . , ?16,859 90
Tho llawulfnii i:icctrlc Companj's
bid for wiring was as follows:
2 Ilarracks, each $ 953.40
2 Lnwiratorlcfi, each 245.35
1 F. O. Quarters 675.75
2 X. C. O. Quarters, each .... 317.40
1 Mess Hall and Kitchen .... 734.55
1 Bachelors' Quarters 784,70
Trial $5,550 00
Tho construction of the now build
ings will, according to Captain Hum
phrey, begin beforo tho end of this
montliT Tlio time required by Lucas
Is dim je.ir, w hllo Chalmers estimated
ten months und twenty dajs, but in
such largo contracts n dlffercneo of a
short time does not much Influence tho
decision In awarding tho contracts.
Up until noon no word had boon re
ceived of Iho result of tho bids sub
mitted at Sun Francisco. It can there
fore not bo stated nt this tlmo whether
I.ucas tlrothc-n arc tho lowest blddors.
Tho awarding of tho Contract 1 dono
by tho authorities at Washington.
No sane man will risk ev
erything he has without
prospect of a bigger gain, in
a business venture. '
Yet many a man risks his
fortune when he could have
it insured at low cost.
Is that Hone Senss? v
For; t. Bcnoluli
Spalding Turns Down
Kapaa Land Exchange
Proposed By Governor
"My letters of May 22d and
from any further obligation to
Letter from Spalding; same mail as yours refuses exchanges as
submitted. Thanking jou for our consideration."
This ends Iho Kap.in land-cxchango matter. Tho abovo
s wan rocclvod by wireless from Oeorgo Fnlrchlld. manager of tho
Makco Sugar Company by Acting Governor Mott-Smlth this
morning. Although he hnd nothing to say on the matter. It Is
understood that Acting Governor Mott-Smlth will do nothing
further until tho return of Governor Frcnr. It may bo that the
O lands which the Government holds will be leased for pineapple
s purposes, and it s understood that eventually this may hurt the
s Makco Company to n great extent. Tho Government hns spent '
about $2,500 altogether In all attempt to bring about an ex-
Lhungo of those lands.
PAY TRIBUTE TO
" To Mark Birthday Of
Tomorrow Is tho birthday of Ka-
mchnnieha tho Great and In his mem
ory appropriate services will bo held
In front of his statute on tho Judi
ciary grounds. Tile Kninchamehu
Lodge, which attended the services
last Sunday nt Kiiwalahan Church,
will have charge of the services
which are to bp conducted at 10
o'clock tomorrow mornintr. The
statue, ns usual, will bo adorned
with lets, after which one of tho
members of tho lodge, probably Sen
ator Kanulia, will deliver a speech
In Hawaiian .closing tho exercises i
with the singing of "Hawaii Ponol." j
Tho Kaahuinnnu Society, It Is said,
will also be present, as well as the
representatives of the Hul Oiwi and
Kautkeaoull Societies. I
In tho afternoon, u luau will be
given in tho Kablllaulanl hall on
Kukul street. Speeches will be de
livered by some of the well-known
Hiiwnllnns. A special musical pro
gram has been prepared for the occa
sion, nnd duilng tho latter part of
the afternoon a dance will bo en-
As is ctibtomary In Hawaiian
homes, there will be feasting and
chanting of the old moles. The day
will bo generally observed In com
memoration of Kamehamcha, whoso
nnmo still rings In tho momory ot
THE BULL'ETIN WILL NOT
BE ISSUED TOMORROW KAME
First-Class Now, Next Shipment
per Mongolia, June 12th.
Island Fruit Co..
72 S. Eing St. Phone 19.
IF YOU HAVE
to be delivered put them in the
(50c and 75o)
From 0:30 till 0 o'clock
Alexander Young Cafe
26th relieve the Government
wait for Spaldlns'e answer.
LEE LET WANTS
Larnach Instructs Taylor
Not To Pay The '
Will Chief ot Detectives A. P.
Tnylor return the $5 Oto Lee Let
which ho claimed ho received as a
bribe, andjwhlch Lee Let claims was'
a loan? i
There Is hardly any doubt but that
Frank Thompson, us attorney for I.ee
Let, will make demand upon Taylor
for the money, and It has now devel
oped that the prosecution, handled
bj Deputy Attorney General Lar
nach, has Instructed the Chlof to
hold on to tho half-hundred. What'
the outcome of such proceedings will
bo can be left to the Imagination.
Should Taylor refuse, following
the ndvlco of the Attornef General's
Department, to glvo back the $50 to
Lee Let, garnishee proceedings will
probably be Instituted against him I
and the caso thus renewed In a new,
light. Frank Thompson stated this'
morning that ho would undoubtedly
seek the "$G0 from Taylor, and the
prosecution was positive In the state
ments that Taylor had received or
ders not to pay It.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. June 9.
SUGAR: 98 degree Centrifugals, 4.40
cents, or $88. per ton. Previous quo-
uiuon, v.d.o ornu.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 4 l-2d.
Parity) 4.40 cents. Previous quota
tion, us. aa.
D R I NK
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET. .,
18 ON ROCKS
SHANGHAI, China. June lo,
Hongkong Maru went ashore today near Wusung, It is hoped that tin
steamer can be refloated.
The Maru Is due to arrive In Honolulu June 23, and wns thus on
her return trip.
Taft Is Not Meddler;
Knot Is In Field
CHICAGO, 111.. June 10. Hitchcock, who is in charge ot Wm, H.
Taft's campaign, announced today that
convention's selection of a candidate
A headquarters for Senator P. C.
ior rresiaenr, was opened today.
I0S ANGELES, Calif., June 10.
Judson Brusi is dead from nervous
nrostration. Brusie was arrested
Monday for embezzlement from the
Metropolitan Surety Company of San
STATUE TO MACKAY
TfV.Wf Wot Inn 10 Tli itiitii
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of John W. Mackay, the noted mil-
Honaire, whose fortune was made im
;ievacla, was unveiled today with im
AFTER THE TELEGRAPH
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 10.
Secretary of Commerce and Labor
Straus will investigate the telegraph
systems of the country.
CZAR IS AN ADMIRAL .
REVAL, Russia, June 10. King
Edward has made Csar Nioholas a
"Show us our ruins," unlvorslty
professors of Dcrkclcy ask psjchlc in
vestigator, who Insists that disclos
ures tnado by diving rod of an ancient
c(v beneath Bcrkoluy nro evidence
A Late Arrival
This time it is a light-weight vicl
'kid Bluchcr Oxford, on a new nat-
'ural-shape last. Just right for the
business man who wonts a shoe he
" can depend unon as being right the
same BANISTER is that guarantee.
Manufacturers'. Shoe company, Ltd.-,
The Japanese trans-Pacific liner
Mr. Taft will not interfere in the
for vice President.
Knox, Pennsylvania's candidate
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 10. A
registered mail pouch from los An
geles and said to contain $30,000..
has been stolen.
Judge tic lulu 'r.it
Juno lu-""c, .oi . M in 1 1 J ..
rice; trial ciutluaol. j
Juno IB Macda and wlouurj uitu
Judge l.lndsav's Court:
June 10 Hodson v. Wolters; trK!
continued. . "
Juno' 12 EBtato T. A. LloyJ; hn.il
Chlng Tarn Slice v. W. A. Mail; u4.
murrer; v a. m.
Hstato Tom Chong; administrate n
Simrson v. Simpson: t'lal, 9 ''
Hodson v, Wolters; trip1 continued.
KJIma v. njima; trial
Judge Do Dolt's Court
Juno 10 J. K. Kualll . Ah Chrc,
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