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From San Franciico:
AInmodn .Juno ID.
For San Franciico:
llungk'nng Maiu -.Juno 23
Manuka '. June 27
Maramu Juno 24
VOL. X. NO. 4031
ST: LOUIS IS COMING
"We will arrive Honolulu
Friday P M. about 4."
- "K. Q."
This is the message which Expert Isbel cauq'at at the Kahuku wire
less station at 3 o'clock last evening.
"K 0." is the wireless signature for the anrdred . cruiser St. Louis
and the probability is that the ship wes about a thousand miles out from
San Francisco when the message was sent.
Expert Isbel, listening to the talk of the air, caught many messages
last evening. One of them, sent at rilout the seme timc.as'the St. Louis
was froai the Hilonian, which reported itself, thric hundred miks oft
Diamond Head at B o'clock. The Lurline was' also talking and qv.ite a
merry conversation was betas carried on.
The St. Louis is coming to Honolulu to convoy Secretary Garfield
back to the Coast and possibly to the Island cf'Kauai. She is one of the
BDtedy fighting machines of the Navy and has clearly been making good
time on her run down.
The public schools tit the Territory'
received. nmo RnUlfyJiu: emnplrmnnts
this forenoon from Secretary Our- .
Held, who, accompanied 'by 'il parly
nr omcluli, visited the principal In
rdltutioiis of learnliu; of the city. Tho
(Secretary expressed himself ua miicV
plcnscd with tho r.taRe reached tiy-i
the local educational system, and at
several of tho rclioola visited ho
mudo Instructive speeches tu tlief pu-.
lills. , I
At the Royal School
"Harmony Ih tho keystone of life."
Tho uliovo Rtatenicnt was made by
Secretary (larflcld us ho addressed,
tho students of th'e Uoyal School this
moniliiK. Secretary Onrllcld and par
ty, conslstleiR of Governor Kr.oar, ex-,
Governor. Carter, Secretary Mott
Smllh, Superlntendunt of I'ulillc In
struction llahlillt, Commissioner Wil
liamson, nnd Immigration AReut Mr.
Tronor, worif rccolvcd at tho school
cntranro hy 1'rlnelpnl Davis of tho
t-choul, who escorted tho UlstliiKiilsli
ed party to tho assembly room. Ab
Secretary flnrllelil entered tho room,
tho sliiRlnR of "l.cl I'oni J.Iol" under
tho lendDrshtp of Mrs. Drown com
menced, (tarftcld was next approach
ed by Henry Alii, tho mayor of tho
reboot city Government, who prpsont
cd lit tu with tho charter of tho city
toKatlicr with (he golden hey.
"Mr. Cinrfleld," said Mayor Alii, "In
tho name of tho city government I
A man must be more careful about his shirts th?n in
any other city, because nowhere is the coatless man more
in evidence. ' '
A shirt that'll fit right, and wear right, and look well,
that's what you want. You'll find it in our
Cluett, Wilson Bros.,
and Star Shirts
Our WASHABLE SILK TIES are. a luxury. Don't be
without them. They'rj beauties, too. New line of neck
wear of all kinds. ,
CORNER OF FORT
present ytu ,our charter and grant
yoti-th'o-' prlVllcBo. of Inspcctlne tho
city.!' . , ,t)';'i;f'iv:'.',
"In HcCcpUrifr'tliy'ciia'ftcr. Oarflcld
thankedtnyor'AKl1 for -Jil Itlndly
reception. The Secretary then nil
dressed tho ctudonts, eomplImentlnR
them for the harmonious slnglnR
which pleased him Immensely. Ho
told them to obey the rules and laws
(Continued em Page 2)
II illli HOTEL
A dan co will bo Riven on tho beau
tiful Itoof Garden of tho Alexander
Youiir Hotel this ovcnlnR In honor
of tho commanding and other officers
of tho two battleships. Tho Kanl or
ehcbtra will play for tho dances,
while the combined bands of tho Ala
bama and Maine will play during the
Krldny evening there will bo no
hop In order to permit everyone to
eco tho boxing bouts,
On Saturday a farewell dance for
tho Squadron will bo glvon at the
Mnana Hotel. This will probably
draw the largest crowd that tho
beach has seen for somo time, an Uio
olllears of tho battleships havo made
many frlcnd3 while In port.
AND HOTEL STREETS. .
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. JUI$E;& 1908
SO THEY SAY
Lower Interest Rate Is
"There's nettling now, except that
money in easier."
This remark was passed by n pro
minent banker this morning and tho
conversation Indicated .that some-
where along the lino tho Influoncn
ofthc returns from the sugar crop Js,
beginning to bo felt. .
Plum the same1 oourco of In for
million it was learned that ono of tho
banks of tho city Is reported to be lowed tho um of $190.31, in dlsbarsc
niaklnR loans at 7 per cent, although J,,ont nn'- ,ho 8l"V ot ,l" for ,ravc!
8 has beea the ruling ratcfor -ar.y ;-he SedT.th
n year passed. This Interest rcduc-j.,,,,, lim of ,9950f ,Io a)so nildll ,hat
tlon appears not to. bo Rencral, nl-.Uio executrix's commlulon cf 2V4 per,
thoiiRh it foreshadows what Is com-went on $477.40 is tn'o'niiich and rec
InR "If money piovoa to bo plentl-lommendn 'tint sho be surcharged with
fui tho sum of t2.49.
In commentlnR on tho Reneral "e ,i,,at" ,hat, ,h,c ',' '" w
,,.. r ,.i. ,., L. 'mlnlstratrlx.poMuontc lite, of Feb, "iO.
......... u. ,.Yv -w. . "-
9f the loading members of it leading
iriiHi L'ouiiiuiiy ruuiurncu mui iiu
thought the II il I 1 o 1 1 n editorial
commoiit elzod up tho' situation very
exactly a few nights ago. Tho 'fcl
(Continued on Fage 4)
May Inspset Lumber For
On tho Adams
T. II. Scharf, n carpenter and war
rant officer of the Navy, was a pas
senger on tho Alabama on-this trip
down. Ie couios under orders to re
main at the local naval station.
Thin. fills n plaro in tho construction
department which hus been long va
cant. Mr. Schurf comes from Mare Isl
and, where ho has for come time been
stationed. Ho Is now under the or
ders of Captain carter. Ho will pro
bably Inspect innterlnl for the work
at Ponrl Harbor when It begins to
arrive. Ho will also report to, and
probably receive Instructions from,
Admiral Ctipps.-tho head of the con
struction department, .when he ar
rives. Mr. Scharf Is acquainted with Ho
nolulu, as ho passed through hero In
October, 1905, with tho old Adams,
when sljo was going, down lo Samoa.
It will bo recalled that at Samoa he
repaired her, and afterwards sailed
her safely home to Now York,
though sho was one ot tho oldest' ot
tho ships In tho Navykand one of the
few wooden emit left, making a
SULLKTIN AD. PAV
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safeguard for .your family.
Don't neglect it.
We will help you-draw it up
in proper legaV.fonn without
Port Ot. Bcnohrln
Advertising backed by circulation
Master -Sinfort)n Raises
Points' Against Jessie
In his report on tho final accounts
of Jessie K. Kaae, executrix of the es
tate of 'MnrKarvt V. Carter, M. T. Sim
ontoii, an master, objects to almost ev
ery request matlo by tho executrix
mid In many Instances recommends
Hint utirhfirpp. rif 1,11 mnnil nmnnnta
,, Iuldo,(, tri tnofC ,v1 ,vhlcl, Bho
Jcssio K. Knao charges herself with
the sum tit '9&3.50 and neks to bo nl-
ioGi nmountlng to JjI.GO, for travel
ns cx,)Chnes, to bo unsupported b
vouchors, and !u the absence of nn'-'
thing showing why this thould be al
lowed, tho master lecommcnds that
the same ho surchnrgod.
Slmonlon states that from the ac
counts filed It would appear that Jes
sie Kaae had acted as trusted for tho
trustees, and says that she had no
authority to so do, and tticreforo rec
timincnds that the trustees bo ordered
tri file their accouAts, and holso rec
ommends that JtUni. Kline, hi ordered
to fllo he- account In.-eaultv.
Ho also recommends that tho pott-'
tlon of Jessie Kaao to the effect that
sho. bo given permission ito withdraw
her accounts ub executrix and admin
istratrix pendente lite, bo rofused, on
tho grounds that' the records of the
court aro Incomplete.
MILITARY BAND AT' i
AT SEASIDE TONIGHT
The Hawaiian Hand will alternate
with the. Kaal Gleo Club In supply
ing tho music for tho Army and Navy
ttanro to bo hold at tho 'Seaside Ho
tel this evening in honor of tho offi
cers of tho battleships Mnlnannd Ala
bama. As there aro no bands on
either of these ships, this Innovation
of dancing to the full Hawaiian uan,d
will be a delightful one, and will add
to the decidedly military atmosphere
that will pcrvude at tho Seaside to
night. An especial Invitation has
been extended to the officers and la
dles at Fort -..after, who will doubt
less attend In large numbers to wel
come their co-defenders of our' Na
tion, and assist in making the even
ing a memorable one.
, Tho tlmo for tho gamo'to bo played
tomorrow between the Diamond Heads
and tho men from tho laln'o was at
noon today set for 3 o'clock. Tho ad
mission will bo 25 cents all around.
.. The ,Fltet I coming,
up the City.
Let us dun
" Our next Fruit Boat
ALAMEDA,. JUKE 24
Island Fruit ,Co..
72 S. King St Phone 15.
Packages or Parcels
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bears the stepJrtmark
. THEIR SYMPATHY
Condolence Resolution To
Be Presented To
"Whereas, It has pleased God ,to
take from this transitory life to Ills
eternal life, It. It. II. Prince David
"Therefore be It Kesolvcd, Thnt
we, the Hoard of Supervisors ot tho
County of Oahu, hero record our sor
row at his death, nnd our sense of
the great loss sustained by his friends
and tho community;
"Thnt wo extend our heartfelt
sympathy to his surviving widow
"Thnt theso resolutions be Bprend
upon the minutes of tho Hoard of
Supervisors, nnd that a copy hcroof
bn sent to tho widow of tho deceased
Tho "above resolution was passed at
the meeting of tho Hoard ot Super
visors this noon on motion by Har
vey. A letter was read from the Hawai
ian Klcctrlc Co, asking that It be al
lowed to lay pipes through the public
(Contlnnedjm Page 4)
Ships Chat-By Wireless
Secretary Garfield took his -offlcla)
leave of the Malno this morning,
shortly beloie 9 o'clock. Ho was giv
en a salute ot 17 guns, and tho guard
was on parade. On the wharf, Mr.
Garfield was met by the Governor's
auto, and taken up town.
This aftomoon, tho Malno and the
Alabama had a chat by" wireless tele
phono. In fact, they have such u
chat dally, from 1 p. m. to 3 p. m. On
tho wa' dowp from San Francisco, tho
wireless 'phono apparatus was given
a good try-out, and la still being" used
with somo success here.
Tho 'phones aro not yet tho great
est success In tho world, as they aro
Mill loo. new t obo working well. Thoy
were Installed just before tho ships
left San Kranclsco, so that they aro
now being given their first trial.
ino leiegrnpn ana me leiepnonej
cannot be worked at the same tlmo,
as they Interfere with each other. Op-
t-ratlons with the 'graph are for this
toason suspended overy afternoon, i
whllo the 'phones got their dally ex
orcise and work-out.
Fix Up Small' Boats.
Yesterday afternoon, the launch,
whalo boat, and two small boats for
tho work at Pearl Harbor, arriving by
tho Maine, were put Into good fix at
tho Naval Station, preparatory to be
ing transported to1 tho site.
(Continued on Put 2)
Real Bristle Goods
Brushes that last and eive you
DcVt get a cheap imitation.
Hollister Drug Co.,
N A MED
j. Hopp & Co., 'Manftfactftrers'- -Sbos Gampany, Udi, 1
185 S. KING STREET. 1031 FORT. TF.T. 5R9 WJ
the Bulletin has it
ROOSEVELT GOT 3;
TAFT WON EASILY
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CHICAGO, III., Tune 18. The R cpublican National Convention, to
day nominated Wm. H. 'i'aft as its candidate for President of the United
States. , ' x. .
The nomination was made on t iie first ballot, and, although a fore
gone conclusion, the record of the ballot was the signal for a tremen
dous outburst of-enthusiasm. J?
The nominating program was opened this morning when the name
of Speaker Cannon was presented by "Ccigressman BouteU of Illinois, .
Fairbanks of Indiana was named by Kanley of Indiana. '
The nominating speeeh, for Ta It was mode by Congressman
Burton. When he closed the outburst of enthusiasm was phenomenal,
For twenty-five minutes cheer followed cheer and wild pandemonium
reigned on the floor and in the galleries.
The nomination of Taft was followed by the placing in nomination
of Senator Foraker of Ohio, Senator Knox .of Pennsylvania, and Senator
La Follette of Wisconsin.
Nominations closed at 4:25, and the convention proceeded to bal
lot, with the following result: " " i
Taft 702, Fairbanks 40, Hughe l 63, Foraker 16, Knox '64, La Fol
lette 25, Cannon 81.
The scene following the presentation of Mr, Taft's name was re
peated when it was apparent that he would win on the first ballot.,
CHICAGO, HI., Tune 18. The nomination of Taft wm nude unani-'
mous as soon as the delegates quieted down enough to allow 4 speaker
to be heard. A recess was taken to tomorrow.
There were three votes' for President Roosevelt cast by the Penn
sylvania delegation, although his name was not. presented to the, conven
tion as a nominee. The motion to make Taft's nomination unanimous
came from Pennsylvania,
The.atmosohere in the hall was suffocatinc, the heat being terrific.
Governor Hanly of Indiana whn nominating Fairbanks was con
stantly interrupted, and finally Senator Lode, chairman of the conven
tion, threatened to clear the naileries by calling on the police. This oui
eted down the noisy ones and the interruptions ceased.
Taft's nomination was seconded by Knight of California,
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