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For San Franciico: '
Mongolia June 13
Mnnukn . . .V. ....'. .June' 27
Maraina June 24
i To try or not to try Hint is the
question. Whether 'tis bettor to
soehd the saving? of a year and en
'joy a holiday or, by taking up the
Bu'lletin Vacation Plan, win an
outing without 'wiping out the lav
, There is no gttd to stop advertising in a live newspaper
VOL. X. NO. 4027
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OFHAWAH, SATURDAY, JUNE J3. 1908-12 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Make Taylor Think
His Life Was Sough
A largo water tnnt: standing next, lent shaking of tho house. My wife
to tho Manoa alloy roslilonco of.unJ I iitslipil to Beo what tho disturb-
Chief of Detectives Tnylor was tie
truc(l last night, presumably by iin
nxploslou of (lynnmlto set off In nn
Httomnt to kill Taj lor. Taylor be
llows that this Is the work of some
personal vne;ny, anil tho nollco nro
now working on this theory. Luck
ily, but little damnco was dona to the
liouso and Mr. and Mrs.NTaylor os
"Mrs. Taylor and mjcclf returned
to tho house at about 10:30 o'clock
Inst nlclit and retired," said the Chief
in describing the affair this morning.
"I went to sleep at about 11 o'clock,
but just beforo that wo heard a nolso
lllco tho slamming ot n door. Wo
thought that this was caused by tho
leturn of our Chlnoso. boy. but after
tho explosion 1 went to his quarters
under tho house and found that the
door had been locked from tho out-
fide. Ho returned this morning and went to telephone to the police sta
ttated thnt ho had loft tho house at Hon, but the phone would not work.
7 o'clock Inst night and hud not been I then took my revolver nnd shot flvo
homo during the night. I now be- times In succession. Tho neighbors
llevo that this noise must have been were already awake and assistance
rnused by the person who set off the was soon forthcoming, although It
tlynnmlto. ' m Iwas not needed, ns nothing could bo
"I was nwakoned nt nbout 11:45 dono. I wont to the liouso ot Mr.
p. in. by a terrific roar and tho vo-j (Continued on Page 2) )
Asano Goes East To
Confer With Harriman
'Tor tho bonotU of tho American
nnd Jnpancso people, they should
Aork together harmoniously nnd ox
pmso no .feeling of animosity or dis
crimination. When that Is done, bus
iness will become prosperous nnd
The nbovo statement was mado by
8. Ano, prosldont of tho Toyo Klson
Kwnlsha, who arrived In tho llnor
Mongolln from Japan last night. Mr.
Asnno, accompanied by Mr, Ito, his
private s'jcietary, Is on his way ta
Now York, wheie he will moet nnd
confer nbout Important business with
Mr. Harriman, the railroad magnntc.
Unfoitunntoly Mr. Asano would not
state what was tho nature of tho bus
iness ho Intends to bring to tho at
tention of Mr. Hnrrlman.
The' latest loft felt style, in Belgian, Pearl, Belly-Nut,
Ruseet, and Black.
All the newut shapes out, in correct shades.
This is the finest hat for tha price that has ever been
put on the market. You'll agree with us, when you've seen
The price is $ 3.50.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
imio wob. Half dazed, sho thought
It wnB a torrillc gust of wind, but I
l.now better. I lit the light nr.d
looked out the window of my bedroom
and everything wih In Its place, so I
opened tho bnik Coor lending to the
a,nl and there bnw tho wreck ot the
tank and bnck stilrtt. 1 could not
think for n mlnuto what had happoi
ed, and, not cuspectlng thnt an i.t
tempt had been made on my life, I
cupposed that tho tank had collapsed.
I called to my wife and wo went to
Investigate further In tho yard and
found that nn explosion had occurred.
This was apparent when wo lool ed
out In tho lot next to the house and
could see the pleres of the underpinning-of
the tank, made of six by fix,
blown about fifty feet from wlure
they belonged. There was a strung
smell In tho air of giant powder. I
Mr. Asano this morning said: "I
am goipg to New York on business and
expoct to remain thero for a wook.
During my stay there. I will hold n
business conference with Mr. Harri
man returning to Japan on the steam
ship Tonyo Maru."
"What Ik tho naturo of your busi
ness with Mr. Hmrlman?" asked tho
"I can not tell you that, for fear
that you may write It up before I
havo met and talked with Mr. Harri
man." "Is It a fact that you aro going to
purchaso tho Pacific Mali liners?"
"Oh, no, I havo enough steamers to
do tho buslnoss of my company. Be
sides tho Tonyo Maru, a 13,000 ton
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It's a KNOX
BOOZE LICENSES -
PASStD liY BUAKD
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Hotels'. Are ..Givehew
Amoncst other business transacted
at the last meeting of the Hoard of1
Minor Commissioners, n number of
licenses wero Issued. It Ii noticeable
that the hotels are granted what It
known as tho "Sunday liquor privi
lege," or, ns It Is popularly culled, "a-meal-and-a-drlnk"
Tho following applications wero
grautod: Louis 'Warren, for the Kn
cotu Saloon; S. Osakl, wholesale: K.
KoJIma, wholesale; Quong Choug
Lung, wholesale; Hop Hlng, wholo-s.-.b;
D. II. Lewis, for Lovejoy & Co.,
wholesale; Chung Ming, wholesale;
Macfarlnnn A. Co.. uholnsaln! Lewis
r , ,
& Co., wholesale; Mutsuda, whole-
s.i)j; ,8. Osakl, Walalua saloon; M..
SaM, Alea saloon; and the Seaside,
Moana, and Young Hotels, and tho
Walklki Inn v.oie granted "Sunday
A rvt - 5"-
$ WORRY IN 11
WORK 01 J1 HARBOR
At Pearl Harbor tho nurvcyors are
being hnmpeied by several varieties
of ory sharp and stubborn thorns,
some rif whltli they find are prone to
go through several thicknesses of
solo leather Into whatever happens to
bo on tho other side. In fact, the
thing Is becoming so much ot n worry
to them that they have gotten out a
bunch of scythes, nnd will make war
on the natural vegetation of Onhu
beforo they go much further ' with
mm p.iriy is
ON J iWU
The cmbassay party, consisting of
tho wife of Minister Wit, Mrs. Wu
Ting Fang, his son, Wu Chao Cheo
and wlfo, and a number of attaches,
arrived in this city this morning on
tho Mongolia, bound for the States to
loin the Minister, who passed through
hero some time ago, bound for Wash
Popo Pius receives In audlenco Dish
op McDonnell and 100 American pil
grims. IF YOU HAVE
to be delivered put them in
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 Horse Sense?
K aha iniil
ivu h u u in i
Find Them Too ;
nows of her Bpeedy trip and safo ar
All the bid for tho construction of rlva attracting Interest in shlp
tho new buildings nt Fort Hhatter n, Mrrinn tn.lnv nn ib rv.nt n.
,havo been rejected
i(l Waehlngton feel that the bids sub-
milted aro excessive, and they have
decided 'to ndvortlao again for con- j
tracts for tho construction ot tho
Thlg -APTO .wiw ieiVViU'tod'by
U. 8. A. Depot Quartermaster Cap
tain Humphrey In a cablegram from
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MONEY IS PAID
Clerk Hatch Distributes
Sum Of $104,947.50
Tho Mahukn site for a Federal
building hay been finally paid for.
United States District Attornoy Breck
ons rccolved tho sum of $104,497.50
somo tlmo ngo from tho Government
which wns to bo paid out, but this was
somewhat delayed by tltlo and tax
questions. However, everything was
finished to tho satisfaction ot everyone
this rooming, and the money was paid
out, both by Clerk Frank Hatch of the
United StateB District Court nnd by
tho Waterhouso Trust Co., Ltd., tho
latter distributing a sum In tho neigh
borhood of $17,500 for tho street.' This
money had been raised by subscrip
tion. Tho following U tho manner In
which tho money went from Clork
Hatch, and tho pcoplo who recelvod
C. Ww Ashford, attorney for
V. M. Mahuka ot ul ....$ 1,045.73
Kinney ft Marx, attorneys
for Dnthshebn Allen ....
Kinney & Marx, attorneys
for Ilathsheba Allen ct at 2,798.79
Holmes & Stanley and C.
II. Olson, attorneys for
Arlana I. Austin ct al... 20,248.27
Holmes & Stanloy and C.
II. Olson, attorneys for
J. O. Carter ct al
Castlo & Withlngton,
Holmes & Stanley and .
C. II. Olson, attorneys
for Henry Waterhouso
. Trust Co., ct nl 17,323.68
H. E. Cooper, attorney for
J. F. Hackfcld, trustee. 16,353 34
Holmes & Stanley and C.
II. Olcon, attorneys for
Mary E. Foster 8,619.04
Kinney & Marx, attorneys
for John Emmcluth .... 27.62
HIL0NIAN, JUNE 16
Our next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone IS.
FRENCH and TURKISH
Crystallized Fop Corn.
llini.lim inniirnn AHM'n m m MRAnsn. m
ATH1L0 ON TIME
A t ! M- :
;v:n- vm i'i'h
c "" t
A wireless was rocelvcd this morn
ing by Castle & Cooke, stating that
itbe Lurllne had arrived at Hllo nt i
u clock yestcrduy afternoon, as ex
pected, & days and 21 hours out of
San Francisco. This Is clout as fast
m trip as the big liners would make,
ond Is n very good record for a
Ifroighturon her first trip. The Lur
llne, Ts i turblue boat, nnd un Innova
tion in these wuters. Her voage has
'been followed wlVh groat interest not
only here but on the Coast, and tho
iWell as hero.
FOR TLltr BALL
The Hall Committee of the Enter
tainment Committee for the Fleet is
getting down to business, making
all necessary arrangements for a ball
to bo given tho officers when they ar
rive bore. Those In.chargo ot the af
fair visited tho grounds of tun Moana
and Seaside Hotels this morning and
selected a location, whore tho floor
for the bnll will bo erected. Tho floor
will bo 80 x 150 feet. It will be
strongly supported, and those who
will tako part In tho dancing will re
ceive special attention at tho hands
of the Hall Committee. The sale of
tho tickets at $5 each, Including la
dles, will commence tome tlmo next
week. All the prominent buslnoss
houses have voluntoered to assist tho
commlttoe In selling the tickets and
those wishing to becure them may
call at one of these stores.
In order to mako the ball a suc
cess, tho committee asks the coopera
tion ot everyone In Honolulu net to
mako It ono of tho most momorable
u (fairs In the Islands. Tickets for
tho ball will be sent over to tho com
mittees on the other .Islands, request
ing them to sell ns many tickets as
they can. The local steamship peo
ple will be requested to do what they
ran towards selling them for the bon
cflt of tho officers' ball.
The Hall Committee will be ready
to receive and welcome evory male
holder ot tickets nnd his ladles. Ev
erything will be mado comfortable
and pleasant for thoso attending tho
ball, regardless of race or sex.
Hawaii is famous fur her hospital
ity, and In order tn nnrnntuntn hop
reputation everyone Is expected to do
some cood for the naval dofendeia of
our great country.
D RINKIa Late Arrival
J. Hopp & Co.,
UTlULUrtLL LA a sin
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Sooreby Inn;l2 34 5 6 7 8 9, Tl.
Diamond Heads Otos, If; V.
nnndcz, 2b; Hcis, ss; Louis, rf;
vis, c; II. ChllllnKworth, lb; V. Chll
llngworth, p; S. Chllllngwnrth, 3b;
J. Fernnndet, cf. ',
Knma-MilleV, s3;5 McKenzIe.' It;
Lemon, cf; Jones, u; W.v Vnnnattn,
2b; Hnmauku, lb; J. Ynnnntta, Ub;
Knllmapehu, rf: neuter, p.
Knms nt bat. Miller struck out.
MvKenzto wat thrown out nt first.
Lemon went out from second to first,,
Olmos vns thrown out by Keutcr.
K. Fernandez hit safe over short, nnd
stolc second, l'vers walkod. K. Fer-
nandcz stole third. Ituls sacrificed
and scored rornnndez. Davis ground-!
od to Iteuter and was -safe on first'
baseman's error und goes to second,
Event scorei. H. Chllllngworth goes
but t'first."' """"
f SECOND INNING '
Jones Cles out to Evers; Dill Van-
natta v?nt out from third to first.
Hnmauku struck out.
Dill Chllllngworth was ghen n com
pllmcntniy. Sam Qhllllngworth
CHICAC0, 111., June 13. Sherman of Ncv York is a candidate for
:e Prrsidcnt. There is a possibility of an open fight in the convention.
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POWERS AND HOWARD ARE BOTH PARDONED
FRANKFORT. Ky., June 13.
been pardoned. They were accused of participation in the murder of Gov
FORTRESS, Monroe, June 13.
but not destroyed, by a Whitehead torpedo during an experiment. "
T0PEKA. Kans.. June 13. One
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 13.
the Gravesend race track.
uajjuJjAU, mien., June u. am. uaniei uooper Kiuea ner nusuana
and five children here today. She herself was fatally wounded. She is
the sixth insane person in her family.
' This time it is a liflht-weight vioi
kid Blucher Oxford, on a now natural-shape
last. Just right for the
business man who wants a shoe ho
can depend upon as being right the
same BANISTER is that guarantee.
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd,
grounded to Vnnuatta, nnd everybody
U snfo on Mlllgr'u. eror nt tho rcfond
station.' J. iVrnnidez hit through
right field, ndunclng eiybnd) ono
bncc. Three men on l(asc3. OIiihih
sfrucL out. lMillo Fcrn&ndez bunted
nnd brought 111)1 Ciillllngv.-ortli home.
Kiel) body wns safe on n flelllo'r'a
choice. Hvers bunted and Sani'Chll
Ilrgworth came homo on the quceze
pi ly. I.ouIh bunted to Hill Vi'nnalla
nnd went out nt first. .1. rernnadcz
came homo on thnt piny. K. reruuti-
dez camo home on a passed ball. Da-
vis went out from uhoit to flist. chu-
Ing the Inning. Score 4-0 faor Dla-
J. Vannnttn fnnr.ed tho ozono thrco
tlmei. Knllmapehu also turned the
wur.o kind of n trick. Iteuter driw
.fojir vldo ones and 'lnhde'd"on" firm!
Mlllcr couldn't help things along any,
for ta atfiiek' oilt.
If. Chllllngworth was called out,
ho bunted nnd stepped over his base.
W. Chllllngworth walked, Sam Chll
(Continued on Patre 2)
Caleb Powers and Jim Howard have
The monitor Florida was damaged,
hundred and forty-four blocks havs
m ... i t ;
ENFORCE LAW STRICTLY
The law is being strictly enforced
Fon Ot. BcnoluVi