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Mongolia Juno 13
Manuka June 27
Marama .1 June 24
To try or not to try that 11 the
question. Whether 'tis better to
Dcnd the savings of a year and en
joy a holiday or, by taking up the
Bulletin Vacation Flan, win an
outing without wiping out the sav
Bulletin. Ads. save time and money for store patrons, hence their value
VOL. X. NO. 4026
HONpLULU.TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
HUGHES' WORKERS ARE VERY ACTIVE
BALLANTYNE REBUKES COMMISSIONERS
fflBIHBBIS U LIUSIISB
Board "Lie Kids"
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What n merry bunch of Liquor
Commissioner we hn hero! ,1'laj
fill, Indeed, are thc, calling each
othci; ''kids" and other iict names.
Tho Intcit Htory that has come out
concerning the notation started over
licenses deals with the right of W. C.
Peacock & Co. to sell liquor, and hns
an amusing edge to It, notwithstand
ing tho eRorts that lmc boen mado
to hush It up.
It nppoars that at a meeting tome
tlmo ago, the appllcttion for n liquor
llconse hy W. C. Peacock & Co. was
turned down flat hy the Commission
ers. The had It all figured out that
the firm was making too much money
selling boozo to blind pigs. Then at
the next meeting the Inst one W.
A. Kinney camo up representing Pea
cock and handed It out so strong that
Campbell arose and made a motion to
reconsider the license.
I Ilallnntvnc. If Ik mild, did tint llkn
this In the lea. lie cxprcrsnd 111 J
opinion before tho Hoard, and, of
course, the other members of tho
llonrd had Fomenting to say. Kor n
time things looked rather glum for
Peacock, but Carlos Long brought
matters to an Issuo when he aroso
and seconded Campbell's motlab.
"You act like little kids, voting
nno wn ono day and tho reverse tin
the next," llallontyno is reported td
hnvo exclaimed when' Long peconded
the motion. When tho vote was tak
en tt stood three to two In favor of
Peacock, Oilman nn'd llallontyno ot
Ing against him. Although this
rtory came from u rcputablo source,
Attornoy General llcmenwny denies
Its truth. Hemenway ulso states
that, he has not come to any conclu
sion regarding the disbarment of Joe
Oilman from tho llonrd.
Meeting To Denounce
Present Land Policy
Another meeting of public Interest
will bo held lit Anla Par'c tomorrow
night, at which It Is expected thnt ov-J
cry political party will be represent
ed, T)io meeting will bo In charge of
David Kaluunkalanl, Sr. Tho speak
ers will be V. ( Atlil, Chas K. Not
ley, J, M. Poopoe, Senator Whlto, 8.
K. Knnl, Wm. Olepau, and probably
Frank Hnrvo) and Joseph fern, tie
sides the above-named gentlemen It
Is expected that Link McCandlcss will
bo on deck a'nd speak to tho assembly,
subject maUo which, tho speakers
will dwell upon will bo the "Land
Question and Ilomesteading." The
way the Government lands have been
divided and leased or sqld to private
part lei-fins not met with thonpproval
of many a politician, and In order to
gctan opportunity to express them
selves publicly this meeting was ar
What will developTat tho meeting
uotsldo of tho consideration of tho
main subject .remains to be seen.
Whether the spcakors will produce
somo of their political bait, none of
them will dlvulKo. At anv rate the
meeting will bo watched wjth great
President Kennedy of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company re
ported to Acting Governor Molt
Smlth tills mornlnc that nil nrrunim.
ments for tho Mauna Kea to take
Secretary Gurllcld oer to Hawaii on
a snecial trln had been rnmntnteri lln
also said that the Claudlno would
pick up the party at Kallua on the
way back a week from this coming
Kcgardlng tho trip to Kauai, Act
ing Oovcrnor Mott-Smlth this morn
ing stated thut Garfield would In all
probability bo taken over there later
on the regular trip or tho lntoi -Island
boat, and would probably return
In tho W. 0. Hall.
The latest soft.fclt style, in Belgian, Fearl, Belly-Nut,
Russet, and Black. '
All the newest shipes 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 $3.00.
Remember It's a KNOX
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORI? ANITHOTEjJ STREilS ,
GET WIRELESS FROM
Matson Tells Tenney 01
Trip Best Day's
Run, 361 Miles
A rlreless messaro from the Lur-
llne was ciught last oenlng at 7:13
o'clock hy Expert A. A. Isbo.l, at tho
Kahuku Station. The message was a
prUato "nlro" addressed to manager
E. D. Tenney of Castlo & Cooke, from
Captain William Matson, president
and manager of the Matson Nega
tion Company, it reads as followa:
"I.urllno expects to arrive at Hllo
4 oclocK tomorrow afternoon. Best
day's run, S81 miles. Lurllne now
100 miles from port."
Tho Lurllne Is the new turbtno
steamer of the Mntson Nalgatlon
Co , built on the Atlantic seaboard
for use In tho Island trade, nni nor
on her maiden trip to Hawaii.
PUN (0! 001
No lunch cour.toi-3 vill be provided
for thc'Klect by the Commissary Com
mlttee, it being, in the opinion of
that, committee, Interfering' wlth'prl-
vato parties who may want to erect
booths during tho Fleet's stay .here.
The above statement was made by
J. A. MiCaudlcss at a meeting of tho
chairmen of various committees this
afternoon. In his explanation Mc-
Candlcss stated that the subject of
tho lunch counters was turned down
by the Commissary Committee at the
Up to tho present the appropria
tions for the benefit of the Fleet
amount to 11 , 0 2 r und the actual
(.ash on hand amounts to In tho neigh
borhood of 10500. Such was the re
pott of Chairman Peck of the Ways
and Moans Committee.
it was decided that tho Ilctcptlon
Committee meet tho Admiral and
commanders of tho Atlantic Fleet
when they arrive here. Mr. Itlchard
son, chairman of tho Transportation
Committee, was given more time to
preparo and tcport fully at tho next
meeting. Thirty-two hundred and.flf
ty dollars were appropriated for the
SporU Committee. Atkinson explain
ed the necessity of having that
amount, V. II. McStlcker for the
General Committee reported favor
ably on the commlttco's work.
Civil Engineer Parks was away to
day from his headquarters at tho An
vnl station, visiting tho work at
IF YOU HAVE
to be delivered put them in
. No sane man will risk ev
erything he has 'without
prospect cf 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 Horse Sense t
,Wr j.- '1.. A '-
'Fort; Rt. MohiV
MOSES KOKI CASE
TO JURY TODAY
Arguments Of Lawyers
In Long Case About
tt (Specialist! II etlii Wireless) tt
tt Walluku, Juno 11, County At- Hn
a torner Djn Case has tendorcd tt fh lata nt mmm KnUi.wm t, ii.
It his resignation ito tho Hoard of 8 ,,,.,, , . ,.i...
tt Su:rvleors. Hoghes as his a ., ' ... ,. .... ...
a reason the fact that his official H tr'". 6V " "" "" """ """
duties Interfere with his law a There Is a chance, however, that the
a practice. The Supervisors want BJattornes may get mixed up In one
a him to reconsider. a of their now famous long-winded
a it . a italkfests that would delay thlnra for
: ;f lrorae Hme, It s prctty certain that
nine jury win uo bcui uui mis Slier
nwa, laougo 4
. As the case stinds now. It would
appear that Kokl has not the best
show In tho world to go free on this
Indictment. The court allowed most
of Attorney Rawlins' Instructions to
the, Jury, and this fact alone augurs
Tho authorizing of President O. W. 'sreatly against KoVl. United States
Smith 10 draft a resolution express-. OUtrlct Attorney Brcckons was busy
Ing confidence. In Engineer Parks was I"11" morning mailing me nnai uig
tho ftnul nctlon taken by the Mer-i"Pec, ueforo he Jur.h" Prosser
chnnts' Association at a meeting of ,' Kinney will do their part this aft-
IN ENGINEER PARKS
the board of directors held last Wed
The Public Affairs Committee rc-
All of tho Jurors empaneled in the
United States District Court, except
ported on the Pearl Harbor labor, tht"w engaged on tho Kokl case.'were
matter, advising 'int no further ac-
JJon .be takon. It reported on the in
terview with Knglnrcr Pnrks'a re-
excused.untll August Jt,l. The Kokl
epse has taken 'up th.Wm-i.1 the
United States District Court .or so
icmiuii tv tin imifiiin ui ( ill na( i- l
port of which was contained In the lon thBt thcro cru,h of othr
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n last Tuesday.- caBCS "g iortriai. f
It was decided to be beat not to t
glvo out the report tohe press, as
Parks might not like It.
Paris thought It would be a good
thing for tho Association to go on
record as deploring Interference In
the matter. He thought Parks
might have got the Impression that
there was somo Interference, and this
Smith thought It might bo a good
thing to pass a resolution expressing
confidence In Parks and the manner
In which ho Mould carry out the
Paris moved that Prosldent Smith
be authorized to draft such a resolu
tion, cople's of which should be given
to Parks and the press. This carried.
The Socrotar) reported thnt tbero
was a largo batch of letters from Del
egate Kalanlonnolo and Secretary
McCIellan, and It was decided to
send them to the directors In turn, as
some of the mattters contained there
in were of a confidential nnture.
The committee appointed by the
coin (iieimi I
Judge Dole's court:
Moses Kokl continued.
Judge Robinson's court:
Territory vs. Mnnuel Maurlco con
tinued. Judge Lindsay's court:
June 13 Mills vs. Chun llec, trial
continued, 9 a. ra.
Myhre vs. Mybre; order to show
J. K. Kualll vb. Achce; trial con
tinued. Bar Association dinner tonight at
7 o'clock at tho Young Hotel.
Hughes Men Active;
Taft Gains A Point
CHICAGO, HI., J.une 12. Governor Hughes' workers are very active,
The Taft Texas delegation has been sietcd.
Atlell And lloran
Booked. For Contest
NEW YORK, N. Y June 12. Attell and Moran have been matched
for a twenty-round fight to take plate at the San Francisco Labor Say
. m i
t PROPERTY AND LIVES LOST BY EXPLOSION
KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 12. An explosion and fire in the Nelson
Morris Company's buildings today caused the loss of two lives and a
quarter of a million dollars' worth of property.
A Japanese gentleman was today
brought to the police station by Officer
iTonnsend. He said that ho wanted to
. . ,:,,:. ....'. . IRQ to Jail for the purposo of nractlc
uf"""ur lu ,uu """ l" ''"" lo Inc modiclno there. The nollce think
thn't he miiBt bo crazy and' will havo
vlte the American Association for tho
Advancement of Sclenco to hold its
1910 meeting here, asked that the
Association pass a resolution extend
ing ah Invitation to the A. A. A. S.
This. action was taken,
Chairman Dush of the committee
handling the matter of tho sugges
tion of the Delegate that the mem
'Continued en Page t)
him examined by Dr. Emerson this
When you see Jack Desha scoop
up hot grounders or Charlie Lyman
nail a man at second with u beauti
ful throw, jou do not think of them
us actors. Vet In "Tho Krcshman"
tliay will bo seen doing their stunts
Just as earnestly as out at the league
field. Jack Is playing tho title rolo
and Lyman appears as the manager
or tho collego football team. Will
Dosha, as the Krcshmiin's Jovial
room-mate, and ns tho leader of the
singing and cheering at tho football
game, In tho second act, will be Just
as lively as whon ho Is picking cher
ries In tho right garden for Manager
Steere's Colts at the RaBeball Park
eyery Saturday This play comes
Saturday evening, June 20th, Uox
plan at Wall, Nichols Co. opens Mori
day, June 15.
Meals are being served regularly as
UBdal at the Royal Annex, "Bcotty's."
First-Class Now. Nfcxt Shipment
per Mongolia, June 12th.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S, King Si Phone 10.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 1 The whaler William Baylies has
been lost in the ice off the coast of Siberia. The crew was saved.
UHK' UIIS. IW lUNMB
1IME FROM 'FRISCO- MORF CANDIDATES
The smart bark Olympic, Captain
Evan's, arrived this morning about
11:30 o'clock, fifteen days out of San
Francisco by way of Hllo. This Is a
fast trip, considering that Bhe had to
wait nt Hllo to unload a part of her
cargo. She Is consigned to Hackfeld
& Co. The Olympic Is a fast sailer,
which Is well known In this port,
and her skipper Is one of the most
popular of the deep-water captains
who make the trip to Honolulu.
ITbo bark Andrew Welch, Captain
Kelly, arrived off the heads last even
ing, eleven and a half days out of
'San Tranclsco, with general freight
for the Mntson people. She was dock
led this morning after Bhe had dis
charged 400 cases of djnarolte onto
a lighter In the harbor. The Welch
has also on board 10,000 cases of oil,
iiind about 1100 tons of sugar, all
I told. The dynamite Is to bo used' In
"I have received a letter from tho
Maul Count) Committee In, answer to
my letter asking It to endorse Ku
now a for tho appointment ns Tax As
sessor of Maul," said Treasurer
Campbell this afternoon. "The com
mittee stated that It had glen tho
matter consideration, and asked that
I appoint, if possible, one of the fol
lowing three: Sam Kclllnol, L. M
lln Win, or Judge McKay, Protlau I
tho committee endorsed Kcola, and
Dunne. The Territorial Central Com
mittee has already endorsed Kune-
Tho Kamchamena Oquatlc Club held
their games jestbrday. In ce'ebritlon
of Kamchameha Day, ns scheduled.
President S. Asano of the Too
Klsen Katsha Is expected to nrrhe
on the liner Mongolia from Japan.
He Ib going to the, United States on
business connected with his company
and will probably extend his trip to
England. Whllo here Mr, Asano will
he cntetralned by tho representative
Japanese of Honolulu.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
(50c and 75c)
From 5:30 till 8 o'clock
J. Hopp & Co.,
Alexander "Yodng Cafe i8s s. kino: street.
A Late Arrival from Banister
This time it is a light-weight vici
Jdd Blucher Oxford, on a new natural-shape
last. Just right for the
business man who wants a shoe he
can depend upon as being right the
same BANISTER is that guarantee.
. Price $6.00
Manufacturers' Shoe -Jompany, Ltd.,
1051 FORT. , - A TEL. 282.
VIENNA, Austria, June 12. A Fraud -urc&nt was given here today -in
telebratiaa of thejnbilee of the rein of Emperor Fnua Josef, , .
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-, ' ,n ,-- EawnmoN, stayed . .,, ,
CHICAGO,' 111., June 12, Billik hat been granted a stay of execu
tion. , .
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