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HONOLULU, TERRITORY Ofr HAWAII WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
Work Done At Last
Session Of Congress
"Tlio session Just closed wns a
memorable one for Hawaiian legisla
tion, and It lx nut unlikely that It
limy island fur Bonic yen a nH the
high-water mar It fur substantial rc
kuIU secured fur the Tenltoiy In u
hIiirIo kosslon," said Delegate K.vla
lilaliaole this noon", when asl.od In
give a review uf tlio work done for
Hawaii (luring tlio past session of
Congicss. "Ono measure, the InYlni
giatlon bill, was dofentcd. Ah against
Unit tliu following legislation wns fn'
vorably nited on. Tlio following np
ptoprlntlona have been authorised:
"Pearl Harbor $.1, 100,000. 00
"Killiul lighthouse .. 7.1,000.00
.. .jr., ltm.oon.iio
"The bill, extending tho term uf
land leases, rnd ono to close up tlio
affairs of tlio Hawaiian Postal Sav
in ga Hank, bo til passed Congress and
wore enacted Into law.
"Tlio following blllj have passed
tlio House ai.d will bo considered by
the Senate In December: To pruvldo
an additional Federal .fudge; confirm
Ing franchises for electrical compa
nies for Walltiku and l.ahulna; to
pcimlL Hawaiian travel on foreign
steamships; tu give the Wnhlawa
Water Company certain dam slta
privileges o:i the Wnlanao uillltnry
"Tlio last-named nieasurc r.lso p.is
r.od tho Senate, but awaits final con
ference between tlio two Houses In
Dei ember linfoie becoming 1 iw.
"In addition (o tliu above, tho
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Free Pn Technicality
Aflor languishing In prison for
two j earn, Mae da and Mlumurn, tho
two Japanese accused of murdering
Katsujlio Mlneolia on June 1C, lOOti,
were this mornlng""dlscliarged from
custody by the. order of Judge tob
lnson. It wnu Just two years ago I
niiiiiiilnv ltin llwt miifitni wnu fll. '
jinviuit; viiit v mu niuii".i i
lege(K,to havo been rommltted, and
since, about that time, the men huvo
been kept In mlson awaiting trial.
TIip reason for tho dismissal of tho
rarci Is that, they wcio not properly
continued from one term of court to
tho next. It Ib. customary at tho end
of each term that all cases be con
tinued by an omnibus order. This,
It appears, was not done, and, accord
ing to a ruling of the Supremo Court,
the case was thereforo discontinued.
Deputy U. S. Attorney Rawlins
was tlio attorney for tho defense,
vhllo Deputy Attorney General I.ai
nucli was tho prosecutor.
Judge Hoblnson waa very reluct
ant to drop the cuee, but under tlio
existing circumstances, he stated that
lio could seo no other way out of It.
The following Is his official state
ment: "It Is not tho duty of this court to
Icglslnto: It. Is merely the duty of tho
touit. to constiuo and ndmlnlstor and
apply tho law an It finds It, and as
the Legislature enacts. And reluct
ant as I am to allow the pleat In bar,
pattlcularly In this case, because of
Its chaiacter and because of the
giavtty nnj magnitude of the crlmo
charged, tho greatest known to our
law, I seo no other way out of It in
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mm illFIMD :
Judgo Dole's court:
Ueo. Mansfield vs. S. S. Dispatch
Judgo Itoblnson's court:
Sentence uf Manuel Maurice.
Judge Lindsay's court:
June IS II vs. II, divorce, 9 a. in
Judgo De Holt's court:
June 18 Territory vs. Louis
James, 10 a. m. i
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96 degreo centrifugals, 4.36 cents or
$87.20 per ton. Previous, quotation,
Beets 88 analysis 11s. 2y,d. Par
Ity 4.36 cents. Previous quotation
A man must be more careful about his shirts than in
any other city, because nowhere is the coatle3S,man mote
A shirt that'll fit right, and wear right, and look well,
that's what you want. You'll find it in our
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Our WASHABLE SILK TIES arc a luxury. Don't be
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CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
GEAR GOING OUT
Boring By Engineers Is
Now In Progress
Lntinches and gear whleli arrived
by tho Mnlno uro being prepared to
day to bn taken at once to Pearl llar
bor, to bo used In the woik of the
naval engineers there. Tho boring
outfit has gotten to work, aud some
thing like rieflnltu results will icon bo
obtained, though the outcome of open
atlons will of com re be detailed first
before the Scbrueder Hoard, which Is
to tit In this city while the fleet Is
A great lot of miscellaneous goods,
mostly tools and tho like. Is being re
ceived now at tlie,Nnvnl Rtntloir fo:
uso at Pearl Harbor.
This evening in honor of tho com
mandlng and other officers of tho Ala
bama and Maine. The publlj uru not
only Invited but requested tb be pres
ent mid help entertain the. officers of
tho sniudiou The Young and Moana
hotejs nru doing nil that thuy can to
make the stay of tliu fleet. a pleasant
one. I.tt everyone help them out,
This means YOU, especially the
Large Gathering -Attends
Servfe at Catholic
The serccs over thofumalns of
tho late August Drulur were most Im
piesBlvely conducted In the Catholic
Cathedral tbls morning by Bishop U
beit, assisted by Fathoi Sllva and
Father Ruclliald. The flowers from
Ihe relatives and friends1 of tho de
ceased nero Humorous and Mr. J. Mc
Quire, the florist, had arranged them
In u most attractive inunuor. Long
boforo the body of the deceased ar
rived tho church had already boeu
filled by friends and tho St. Louis
Alumni Association. The St. LouIb
College build, under the direction of
Brother Francis, was stationed inauka
nf tho cathedral aud played "Nearer
My God to Thee" as tho hearse, bear
ing tliu lemalnu approached the main
entrance of the church. Dlshop LI
bert, uccompanlcd by Father Silvu and
Fnthor Reginald, marched down tho
aisle to recelvo It, whllo the congrega'
tion remained standing. Tho church
organ, with Father Valentin playing,
broke forth In solemn melody as tho
caskot was being conveyed to the
lintticiltnliilif f nil ft win t Ihn fllukftn
Mrs. Drcler, tho widow, accompanied
by- tho family, walked to the "seats
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Tho press was given due recogni
tion lodayby tho Fleet Committee.
An, appropriation of 1175 for the i
Press Commlttco was passed unant- j
inously. Knuku wilder was present
and stated that he) had been made a
committee uf o::o 'to lcok after the
colors of'tfio badges and ribbons f)
bo worn by the vailous Fleet com
mittees. In this connection, Mr. Wil
der said that tho color "blue" rep-
icsentcd sca-slckncss, while the
"white" was spoil. Ills remarks cic
atcd laughter and the commltteo de
cided to Icavo the whole matter to
bis discretion. Tho Commltteo at
Liuge Reported that the Central Un
ion Church room 3 will bo opened for
writing-rooms for the men of the
Fleet. An appropriation of $20 wus ,
mi dp for the Va3 and Means Com
Tlutisday will bd mado n special
day for all the chairmen uf various
committees to attend the meeting,
called for 1:30 o'clock, when the en
tire program fof the Fleet will bo
MANY PEOPLE FLOCK
TO SEE WARSHIPS
Dole Visits MaineCoal
Will Be Taken On
The center of all Interest In tho
city front today are tho battleships
Mela end Alabama, at the Alakea
whai(. Ropes havo heeu'stiuug up
along tho wharf. In order to keep the
curious out. All day, the slghtcoors
are coming and going.
On the Maine, a nttmbor of calls
were paid today by prominent local
men. Captain Harber had n strenuous
day "at home." Ahioug tho callers
was U. S. Judgo Dole, who wns cor
Tho ships will bo coaled'nfl Satur
day. It Is planned to coal them both
at tho same time, and tu put the coal
In from the wharf and from lighters
ut the same time. In the case of the
Jlabanm, about 425 tons will probably
be put on board from tho wharf, and
as much from threo lighten). Ily split
tlug tho coal half ami hat', it can bo
thrown Into tho bunkers on both sides
It Is a notablo fact that tlio Ala
bama, whllo sho can steam as fast
en u rir.i aa the Maine, consumes less
coal by a good deal. The Alabama
takes about 76 to 86 (ona' per, "day,
while hor companion will take 116 or
120 tuna. Of course, tl.e Malno Is
iContlnaad on SBJ8);. , ,.
Jos. II Kunewa will be officially a
potnted Tax Assessor fur Maul tuday
by Treasurer Campbell. This was so
stated by tho latter this morning, and
the only remaining thing to bo done
will bo to securo Governor Frear's ap
proval, and of this Campbell Btateo ho
Kunewa has hecti ko far only acting
temporarily, until his appointment
chould be confirmed, Sentiment on
tho island of Maul, while not dlrcetcd
agalnBt Kunewa pcrjonnlly, seems to
bo that u man from that district
should hava been selected.
The public aro cordially In-
vltcd tu a reception -to bo held
at tho Alexander Young Hotel
thlB Wednesday eveulng lit' 9
o'clock to meet Secretary Oar
field. No individual Invitations
will be lssuod. Everybody Is
Invited by this notice.
Committee mi Arrangements.
Admission to the closing exercises
ot tho Kululnnl School will bo by In
vitation, rAvlriK to tho limited seating
capacity -of tho Assembly Hall. '
Postmaster Aiquitted On
More To Come
Moses Kokl was fuund not guilty
ot the charge ot cmbczxlement of the
United State malls by the Jury yes
terday afternoon at 5 o'clock, after
bolng out JuBt about twenty-four
hours. The caso has been one of
the most hard-fought of any that has
tome before the courts hero In many
it 'day, Attorneys Kinney' inll',Pros-
scr ropn'sontlng the defepeo, and
United States DUtrlct Attorney Dree
kons and Deputy U. S. Attorney Raw
lins, assisted byJudga Stanley, wotl.
ing up tho prose:utlort.
The alleged offense" under which
Koki was tried this time was suppos
ed to have been committed on No'
vember 27th last. Ilrcckons has be
tween twelve and fifteen more In
dictments on which h will continue
tho enco against Kokl.
CHICAGO, 111., June 17. The organization of the convention has
Senator Lodge of Massachusetts has beta elected as permanent
A spectacular parade of marching clubs gave a remarkable demon
stration frcm'l:50 until 2:35 p. m., the crowds and the convention
reaching a hhrk-pitch of enthusiasm.
When Senator Lodge mentioned Roosevelt's name it called forth a
terrific uproar with loud cries of "Four morel" The cries became a
chant, accompanied by a irreat stamping of feet. The display of a huge
Teddy bear caused the delegates to che:r and stamp with renewed ar
dor. Pandemonium reigned and a stampede threatened. Senator Lodge
vainly tried to restore, order.
Finally Lodge secured a hearing and shouted with much show of
feeling that those who attempted to re-nominate the President were no
friends of Mr. Roosevelt.
The resolution to decrease the ratio of the Southern delegations was
Elections A1 Panama
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 17. Eight hundred marines have been
sent to Panitttp. ir. anticipation of the elections which aro to take place
there. Trouble, ii possible and the marines are sent out to prevent any
serious upheaval' in the Panama Republic.!
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6AN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 1G.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, lis.
1 l-2d. Parity, 4.25 oents. Previous
quotation, Hi. 4 l-2d.
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'The Garfield. party arrived at Hale
Iwn Hotel, an tho tuur mound the
island, nt 2:15 -this afternoon. The
lunch was 'watting and it was Imme
diately nttneked. A very short tlma
was occupied for rest and rcficsh
Jnent, and the party tool; to tho
nutos again and headed for the Mg
'dam nnd Wahlnwa. Thero havo been
tiovniore serious accidents than punc
tures on toe way, anu u is expected
that tho Secretary will reach Hono
lulu by C o'clock this evening.
S)A(rMiiiv flnrflplrl t tnltlnc thi,
tj!g bike atound Oahu today, and ho
Is not wasting any time at it, either.
Lenvlng Honolulu in the wee sm.t
hours of the morning. 6 a. m., the
hnrty, which is being taken in
charge by I-orrln Thurston, started
bvor the Pali In automobiles. Gov
ernor Frear accompanied the parly,
and there were a number of other
Real Bristle Goods
Brushes that last and give you
Don't get a cheap imitation. '
Hollister Drug Co.,
ONE QUALITY: ALL PRICES.
You Get Good, Clean Service At
a. y: cafe
J. liopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
The first accident of the day hap
pened nt the l'nll, when one of the,
automobiles became rather refract
ory, and, though none nf the details
mo known, it Is surmised and
thought that the party was delaed
considerably. This, no doubt, wm
a bourco of discomfort to all In tha
pally, and especially to fiocretiuy
Garfield, who appears to tic n man
. who enjoys every meal, for the start
j wns made before any had eaten
breakfast, it being the expectation
I that a speedy dash would bo mado
In J. 11. Castle's place at Ileeln,
where a genuine Hawaiian country
feed would lie Inroadlneas.
llrcnkfast was taken with J. II.
Castle, It was loarnod by telephone.
and the party continued on tbo tour
Inround Oahu, crossing Kanoohc Hay"
In the commodious little stenmef
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