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VOL. X. NO. 4029
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF "HAWAII, TUESDAY. JUNE 16. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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Honoluh, June 15, 1908
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On board Battleship Maine; At Sea. ! fe
The Evening Bulletin extends the
cordial aloha of. its readers throughout -;
GARFIELD'S FIRST WIRELESS
Secretary Garfield of the Interior Department' is the flnt Cabinet Officer to communi
cate with the people of Hawaii by the wireless system that keeps Honolulu in touch with
the ships at sea. On Monday .the Bulletin) sent a wireless ot greeting from its readers.
The Secretary promptly responded at aa-Mrlv hour while at s:a this morning. The Maine
was in touch with the local wireless' system both, at lahaina and Barbers Point. Later
On board Battleship Maine. At Sea.
June 16, 1908.
To Evening Bulletin, Honolulu.
: 1 appreciate your cordial greeting.
; My Plans will be decided after confer-
!.. 6M ... ....mll k it,. Van'.) 'Ota'tlnn "'
Hawaii to the Secretary of the Interior. ;' ; .: ence with Governor Frear. GARFIELD.
GARFIELD TALKS GFHlS POLICY
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"My hope Is, and I am urging It' tho other members of various depart
ttrenuoutly, that the Territory of Ha- inciitH who may ho called upon. I
wall will be placed on the same basl3 wnnt also () no thu men who do
regarding all matters Involving the In- things huio, and I want to uco uvr
lere.t of the Government as are the things nro done."
Territories on the mainland." "A porsbual Inspection such as I In-
Tho above Is one ot the most sic,- tend to mal:o will glvo mo nil Inrlda
nlflcant statements of Sccictary of vlow of nil the details ot tho depart
Iho Interior . I. imrs It. Oarllcld, In his! mental and executive work. It will
Interview 'with tho press this morning". J thus ho thesame ns with tho Terrl
lie Is clean-cut, breezy, vigorous, and, lories on th mainland. Until recent
energetic this man who has comu to ly. In 'act last year, thoro was no ccn
our stiiiny rhorcs for a personal In-'trnl dep irtniont' that had fo.- ono of
spectlon nnd study of cdndltlcns and Its objects the taking caro of and look
needs hero, and his crisp, quick nnn- Ing after outeldo Territories. Ilo'w
ncr of handling nnlijcctu of Importance over, by n new order of tlio Presl-
rlinrnclcrlzo him ns .being a decidedly dent's, thlB has boon placed tindor Iho
"liooscvnlllHii ' typo ot man. Mr. uar- supervision 01 mo uepar.uncni ot tno
field talked easily on tho mailers Interior, and tho department will In
which ho will look Into whlio hero. tho future handle all Territorial mat
'"I came for tho express purposo of, tors, whetl.er thqy bo the mainland
getting personal inspection Into cv-. or Island Territories. , ,
erylhlng of Importance., with which I This group of Islands Is undoubt-
tint government might bo Interested,'; edly'tho most ImporlnnCof tho lot.
he said. "I want to uco hnw. thoo lThc Department of "'.Interior will oh
ecullvit oirirlals hem hindlO"' pphtlc3 tain' the' fullest flrbthau'd Information
business; I wartt to get n personal, In- possible co-icernlnK Hawaii, her needs,
slitht Into tho" affairs of this-Island i etc-., and will ho In ii position to mid
Territory, so that, In tho future, whin crstand situations of consequence as
matters of concern regarding this . thoy may arise, and tako caro of thorn
placo may bo brought to my attention, ' with tho utmost facility, Ono ot the
I will ho In u position to not only fecUadvantnsos thpt Hawaii will dorlyo
ronfldunt of seeing It In tho right , from the rcccr.t ordor of the President
light. Imt will also ho nblo to advlso . (Continued on Page 2) ,
SOMfS WATCH REQUIEM MB FOB
OVER HEAD PRINCE DEPARTED PRINCE
Kahilis Constantly Waved
- Over Remains Of
Tho body of tho late Prince David
Is being watched over by Iho mem
bers ot tho Hawaiian .societies, con
'slttlngof tho Knuhumtimi, II til Olwl,
Katilkcaoull, and tho lato I'rlncesa
Iilkotlltu's rctnlnciR. All tho kahlll
bearcrs, na they sit around tho casket
wear tho nhuiitas (feather cloaks)
until relloved, Kvory watch Is un
der tho management of a captain.
Following Is the order iinditr
which thn memhors will be called
(Continued on -Page 3)
Impressive Service At
A solemn requiem mass over the
lain, Prlnco David Knwananakoa was
held this morning ut tho Cathedral.
Wallop I. Inert officiated, ubslstod by
tho clergy and tho choir, which was"
under tho direction of Father Valen
tin. Tha, cathedral was beautifully and
simply decorntedl n black, tho decora
tions having heon In chargo of Ernest
Parker. Prominent among tho floral
decorations wan u splendid cross ot
whlto flowers, which was placed at
tho lictul of tho catafalque,
(Continued on Page 2)
Tltc latest soft felt style, in Belgian, Pearl, Belly-Nut,
Busset, and Black.
All the newest shapes out, in correct shades.
This is the finest' hat for the price that has ever been
pu on the market. You'll agree with us, when you've seen
.it. The price is ?3.s6, '
Remember It's a KNOX
In order to provide nnd erect land
ing structures for the, men ot (he
Fleet, 'the Executive Committee, at,
Its meeting this afternoon appropri
ated 1500. Tho Superintendent of
Public Works stated that he could
not UKc the Territorial funds for this
Alexander Young reported that he
Is ready tn decorate tho hotels with
J. P. Cooke reported that Dr.
Hcuddcr 'of the Central Union Church
.was ready to oyen tho church rooms
for writing purposes to tho men ot
the Fleet. A. (Inrtlcy promised to
look after extraordinary charges that
might bo made during the Fleet's
Tho following letter otutlng what
the mon of the Fleet would Ilka In '
the way of sports was presented by
U. S.,8. Connecticut, Flagship flan
'Francisco, California, Juno 3rd,
1 Tho Chief of Staff has handed
mo your favor of May 22nd, lfl08, and
In reply- thoreto I rogrputo have to
Inform yon -that It will bo Impossible
for us to cuter In .all ot tho proposed
2 It Is Impracticable for our ath
letic teams to go ashore 111 tha fore
noon. Wo can fiirnteh two-baseball
teams to play every afternoon, games
to be on our regular fleet schedule,
provided thu grounds are available,
but no admission Is to bo charged to
see tho tmllors play.
3 Wo' would like to hnvo'ono game
with tho local professional 'team, any,
(Continued on Pate 5) .
Drive Around Diamond
Head In Two
Governor Froar'a luncheon to Sec
retary Garfield at tho YOuus Hotel
thU noon was a pleasnntwclcomo to
that high official, for lUbiowero a
number of tho representative men of
Honolulu wealed at tho (able. No
speeches were made, tho conversation
being general, but tho interests of Ha
waii wcro nlwnyB uppermost In tho
minds ot those present and tho talk
concerned tho Island Territory all tho
tmmedlaioly after tha lunchj tho
Governor and the Secreiary and a
number .ot. Territorial officials went
down stairs, and, braving (he shots
from camera-fields In front of tho
hotel, entered automobiles and wore
driven out around Diamond Head.
Captain' Otwell, Major Dunning, Sup
erintendent of Pulyllc Works Marstan
Campbell, Governor Krcnr and Sccro
tayy Gat field, woro among thoso wlrt)
wont on tho trip. '.'
This ovrnlng a dinner will, bo given
at tho Young llotcl by Gob"'.n. Curtcr
In honor of Secretary Garlleld.
Aped At Honolulu;
Welcomed By Frear
Tho battleslrlpB Maine and xAla-ithc drums .rolled, tho buglo'soundcd,
b'ama, comprising u special squadron nnd tho White lines ot mailnoa stood
which Is preceding thn .Atlantic 'at present arms.
Fleet on Us war brick" to Hampton IfJoemor Visits Garfield
Itoads, arrived .at Honolulu this I Tho. Governor went below, for an
morning, tho former vessel bringing interview with Secretary Garfield.
Secretary of Ufo Interior Garfield. They wcro together for a consider
Whch tho big chips had steamed In, able time, when they left In tha
and had tle'd-u'p at the docks Gov- Governor's auto for tho Kxcciltlvo
crnor of ,he Territory Frear, accom- building after n salute or 17 gunn.
panlcd by a reception comnilttco ol Tho cnmmlttco ot citizens, consisting
citizens, wbnt on hoard, tho Miilno, consisting of Mott-Smlth, G. R. Car
which Is acting jis the flagship, to tcr, II. K. Cooper,' and S. M. llallou,
wcknnic Secretary Garfield. Tho were with , the Governor when he met
Territorial officials wcro preceded on and welcomed tho Secretary,
hoard by Captain Corwln I. ,Uces, ' pake Invasion
commhndnnt of the .Naval Station,) A sontry had-becn stationed at tho
who extended greetings and tho cus- shoro end ot tho wharf, but ho tailed
tomary courtesies to Capt., Giles II. to keep out n host of Invaders which
Ha'rbbr, In command of tho Mnlno swooped down on the ships Imme
and ot the 'squadron, (dlately alter tho Governor came
The vessel' wero sighted about 71 aboard the. Maine, They were Cht-
o'clock (his, morning, .tho Maine leud-'nese lsundrymon. They came. In1 a
(ng. Wlteless',c(inv(-;ratoh bud been Hwurin, nil at once, and across Jlhe
held with the station previously. As.guiig-plank on a run. .Iletoro the ot
itic ycsses ' arrived off 'the harbor, fleers on deck could realise what was
they were quickly passed liy the doc- going, on, they had penotrated to the
tor, and wlthojit having to cast nn-innermost parts of tho ship, and It
chor steamed on Into the harbor. twos some, minutes boforo all of them
The shipping In port was gay with .bad been brought to light and ox
bunting. A crowd had collected on 'pelted, much crestfallen, to the
tho city front to welcome th ahlps. twharf. So quickly did It all happen
The Hawaiian band played Rtirrlhr that the quarter-deck was covered
patriotic -it as thc:"'cnme Into the with Chinese holding rccommenda
dock. Murines t-tcod at attention, Itlons and buttonholing everyone
and the crowd chested. from tho executive down, before the
Heavy as tho tassels nro, they orders to get ashore could be.glven.
htA,i. M.tlnlrlw n.lhnl nlnHn.U. TM. n ' t - J T!-!i-
n.u uibivi Kuiisu diuuksiiii;. -llu.VCCuCr Y1B115
LEADERS HOLD STAMPEDE IN CHECK
CHICAGO, 111., June 18. The Republican National Convention was
called to. order today amid scenes ot grca.t enthusiasm. ,
A striking feature of the preliminaries was a great and most unique
parade headed by the Californians which marched from the Auditorium
Hotel to the Coliseum. The paradi was made up of the California, Ne
vada, Idaho, and Hawaii delegates, and earned the finest banner to be
found in the convention. It was greeted with vociferous cheers all along
the line of march.
The convention was called to order at 12 :28 with Senator Burrows
as temporary chairman. He spoke for sixty-nine minutes.
Every mention of Roosevelt's name was greeted with the wildest
outbursts of cheering. - The demonstration for Taft was short.
The organisation having been completed the convention adjourned
shortly after, S.o'elook to. meet at 12 tomonow.
The' committees 'will meet this afternoon and tonight.
leaders arc nrenared to head of! a stampede for the renomination of
President Rooievelt." The sentiment of the delegates is clearly enthusi
astic lorttooieveuA' .-.
T0KI0, Japan, June 10 Fifty shinnine boats have been wrecked
of Kagoshltna and 390 men Browned.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF PORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
No sane man will risk ev
erything he has without
prospect of a bigger gain, in
a business venture. t
Yet many a man risks hit
fortune when he could have
it insured at low cost.
Is that Horse Sense t
marines from Camp Very -had turned
out In force, and wcro drawn up on
this wharf. Commandant Captain
Itecs was there, In a cab, waiting tit
the flrat opportunity to goon board.
Getting Mails Off
roe nrsi matter oi urgent ncces-
nlty was to Ret the malls off. Tho
Hllonlan was due, to sallwhen tho
first of the ships canto Into the har
bor. A launch hud been gotten Intr
the water, and this was dispatched
with tho bags ot letters homeward
bound, around the harbor, and along,
sldo the Hllonlan' at lop speed. Tho
Alabama sent her launch with mall
also,, whllo she was Just Inside the
Somo pinna had been made on the
Matno for exchange ot courtesltr.
with the Governor, but the plans
wore anticipated. Captutn Kccs flrst
camo aboard and shook hands cor
dially with Captain Harbor. Cap
tain llarher than wont out In a hack
to tho shoro ond of thn wharf to
meet tho 'fiovornor, who, with tho
roceptlon committee of cltlionn, was
watting thoro In nn automobile. The
Captain preceded tho Governor buck,
and the party came on hoard, whllo
ML0NIAN, JUNE 16
Our next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
Captain Vecder, commanding offi
cer on board tho Alabama, camo
aboard tho Maine some tlmo later.
whllo tho Governor and party wero
on board, and was welcomed on tho
quarter-deck by Captain Harbcr. The
men who had mado tho trip down to
gether shook hands cordially, end
went below-'Whoro J'rcar. and the
committee! wcro at 'tho time.
Tho Maine failed o got Honolulu
until very 'near port, but received
messages, qutto a distance out. This
Is thought strange, as tho Maine has
a very good sender, and talked with
San ftanclsco for 24 hour,s out, with
ease. Tho first placo which tho
Maine got was Lahalna not Honolu:
Tho vessels had perfect weather alt
tho way down. In fact, they report
having had a beautiful weather ever
slnco thoy left tho eastern coast, on'
their long voyage, the very worst nf
tho little rough patches being just
on tho last lap, outside of San Fran
inoy, passed tho Mongolia In the
ovenlng, and tried to get her by wire
less, as was surmised hore from her
(Continned'on Page 2)
Manager Stout of tho popular Sea-
aide Hotel at Walklkt mado a trip In
a launch to (lie battleships this morn
ing to moot some of his old friends
among the officers He states they
wore all "tickled to death" to got
back to Honolulu and all emphatical
ly said that they wished a danco ev
ery night at the Seaside while they
wero In port. Thero are many
cers on the battleships who wore
with the "Big Four" and whoremem-
Recietary of th Itue'tor Oar-
Id appeared cry ..inch 1 1 u t
f with tho enerprlru .if th.- H n l
lot in In v.'Ir'-l'-S'in h'i Ills ?
mornlnn boro-o tie 'ui.i'shlps
camo oj h' ha-li:-' V.Vn ne
4- leprekniiotiti tli- J ii .' I ij
wi8 presented lo hlni In tve ".'-
f ecutlvo chambers by rjote'ur.r
Krear, bo Mcntionrnl the finf. '
"1 rcct'J'"eJ tho wlrrlesj. me- i
sago from tho nulla t tn this -
t- mcru'.rg,' Ice said cor Holly.
0(lj. i f "but whs. i'i n"ii'i minlik' 1(1
t mane u:r n- i- rn' uniu i nau -
f Fern Govcrno' Krrar l anpn1-
elated tho act however."
A meeting of tho Ways and Moans
72 S. Xing St.
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first danco will be held tonight lnitt-f-t
their honor, followed by n dance ev-;
ery evening whllo the battleships ure 1
here, and Ernest Kaal's enlarged ,
clnglng orchestra will do the' honors
with their old-tlmo ginger In tho
music. Tho usual Seaside patrons and Cnmmlttco of the Fleet will bo held
friends arc cordially Invited to all tho ,at 9 o"clock Friday morning, June IP,
dances. at the offices of tho First National,
. ., ' iBank. Chairman Peck requcsu that
Jnck Scillljvwas on tho Malno to- n members of that committee nt
doy, orranfelng for boxing bouts bo-!teni, as lnattcn, o Krcat lmportanco
tvt-ecn men, on tho Bh ps and local ,. ,. .. ....,
b.oys. Ho saw Lieutenant l.cnhy. who wln ''0 dlseussed.
hau aiifth Itilntvu Its htitfn tmilfthn lu I mtp-
to' go for another conference
Leahy later today. Tho bouts will bo.
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