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VOL. X. NO. -1034
HONOLULU. TERRITORY Of HAWAII, MONDAY. JUNE 22. 1908
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Another Chief hus boon hilil trirbt
nmone tils forofatht i. Another nanio
will liu entved on ttioi btonojut tlio
Mauuoli'um iimrMitR tlio cruaslnj; of a
Chief f loin tlio land of thu Ihint' to
tlio dead. Ycsteulny tlio c-ites of tlio
Mtiusuletim Hwiing open once more toi;nima, Kelaianno.i mul other High
roevho tlio lemultiH of another dead
Alii, I'rlnto Davltl Kiiwnnun.ilto.i, unit
tlio chicfd of ancient IIiic.iko Kathoi
eil on tlio faiiiuus bod under which
nil of Ilawnll'H ruleis, with the ox
coption of the KrcJt Knntclrnnahn
and Lunnlllo, lost.
Chiefs Drcorato Graves
All thiouRh Suiulny tlielausoleiini
Kiounda wore tho seeno of Krcut ne
tlvlty. Kurly In tho morning n few
of tho AIII3 of Kumohnhioha blood ar
rived thoro with great bunches of
Rowers and lllma lclt. Later in tho
day more, ChlcfH ai lived, and all took
n hand In the decorating of tho two
aiilts in which tho Kmehnmo!f.is Kaua.dyDastjr'ii dead nr
les oa thoj aoiuiUy I,nt(le5'c(Jtio JTlie decoiatlpnsl here w
grounds. Tlio fii'niou'a tomb In which of KrnCst 1'arKcr, nsal
lest the lemalns of all the Kings of
tho Kamehnmelia line, with tho ex
(option of Kamehnmelia I, and Queen
Chiefs, wan decorated slth a great
piofnslon of jellow marigolds and
lllma, while the other tomb, In which
I'rlnco Kuiiulal.ea and other High
Chiefu Bleep, wrfa fnore elmply onin
menteil, but with such excellent
tasto that it called forth much ad
miration, Tho tabu BtlcliK, which are
planted befoio each of the monu
ments, weio wrapped In rojnl lllma,
Kalakaua Tomb Decorated
Dining thu foienoon only tho
chiefs mid their jicarest relatives
weio allowed In thu giounds, with
tho eccptlou of thoso who decorated
tho .Mausoleum In which tho Knla-
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Our WASHABLE SILK TIES arc a luxury. Don't be
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ere In Charge
assisted by Mrs.
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r. Chlllingworth, Mrs. It. Atkinson,
Mrs. Schultzo, Mrs. M. Ulffard,
Mrs. Hastings, Mrs. Herbert, Mrs.
Klbllng, and Mrs. Cunimlngd. It
took three wagons to hold tho flow-
tin which were placed in this build
ing, and many of tho floral pieces
were of remarkable beauty.
Her Majesty Queen Mlluokalanl
arrhed at the Mau'..olouiii about an
hour In advance of tho procession.
She went flist-to the Mausoleum, In
side of which she temalned for 'some
little time, a'lonc; and no man knows
what her sad thoughts may have
been, a former monarch surrounded
by tho remains of tho ruleis o'f her
houco, and about to sea nnothor
Prince of tho lino laid among his
Queen Receie3 Condolences
From the mausoleum Her Majesty
went to Mis. Knhea's cottage In the
i ear of tho mausoleum grounds, and
hero sho received tho condolences of
tho chlofs and a few otheis who had
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To Mott-Smith, Honolulu:
Partv arrived Waimea. safe-
ly. Carter's car stalled at Ho-
nokaa. Whole party now pro,-
ceeding Mapoopoo, Leave for
Haui tonight. All well.
Your will is an important
safeguard "for your family.
Don't neglect it.
We will help you draw it up
in proper legal form without
The nbovo wlrelei was received
shortly after noon today by Secre
tary Mott-Smlth. Word had spread
around town that the whole party
had bcon held up by the breaking
down of (he nutomoMlej which were
Ukun up to tho Dig Inland, but It
seems from the message that only
Catter's car WHs.to tlia bad. Ills ma
chine broke down first at the Volcano
lionise It la Biijd that an nle on one
of the front, wheels was broken. Re
pot ts from Illto state that Secretary
Gailleld Is enjoying the trip Immense
ly, as well aa gathering- a vast
aincmnt uft utitjIulY Informations
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RJetow Cables Aloha--
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so reads a cable which was receiv
ed this morning from San I'odro.
This would Indicate that, contrary
to all sijpposltlonB, the yacht Hawaii
had light winds to contend with go
ing to tho Const, rather than bead
winds, as was suspected here and
prophesied by the deep-water cap
tains who lime been bringing their
ships down from the Coast In such
line passages lately.
This also seems to Indicate that tho
Hawaii had shown herself a handy
boat In light winds, which 'Is another
thing that counts in her favor, tesls
hero before she sailed seeming to In
dicate that she needed more than a
capful In order to walk along rapidly.
And It shows that the Ixs Angeles
prophets, who said she could not sail
well In a small wind, seem to bo off.
All this seems well for the Hawaii.
Tho Yacht Commltteo in this city
yesterday recched a message from
Captain Harris as previously arrang
ed. It read merely, "Atrjved. Har
ris." Hut, according to I arrange
ments, this means that they got there
all safe and In good fix.
A. congratulatory cable was sent
off last night.
TWO 36 MILLION
CROPS FOR HAWAII
Times Ahead, Says
"I am not an optimist. I speak
from tho statistical facts," said Kd.
Pollltz this morning In speaking ol
the bright prospects of the sugar mar
l.ct for the rest of this )enr and the
"I think the reduction In the price
of beets is due to speculative manip
ulation. 1 oxpect to te6 the price ot
sugar go above four and a half.
There will soon be a very heavy de
mand f i om the tanners and our Net
York sugars will go considerably
"As for San Francisco, an ordor
for a few hundred chares would send
thu prico up a dollar. Tho Hawaiian
securities aro today the best invest
ments they have up thero, and, al
though much has been sold to this
market, )ou must remember that
Sap Francisco has needed money and
only jet Ku of what teemed necessary,
'Mlli'w.illiri securities ate all right.
Tjie people! down here hao a surplub
to Invest and are putting It Into their
own securities. The Income from this
croD will be thlrty-slx millions for
jilfewatli trie rnexl' crop' will (lye you
anotnor imrty-six minions. Tne.pe.o
pie down here have paid -their" debts
and Instead of Uicvreturns from -tho.
ciop going to pay old debts the, prob
lem Is'liow best to dispose bt the Sur
plus. 'Tliattheway I look at It. The
Cuban crop will bo short next year.
They can't help It. The rains cama
too lato to bring them up to the usual
yield. Tho beet nl.intlnsrs aro -less
IlilJlKirsuar. Take this In connection
wnn me unquesuonauie increase, in
consumption, and 'I see no possible
reason for prices doing other than
remaln nt the present fair flguro or
go abovo them.
"The prospect Is bright. You can't
figure It any other way. I nm not
an optimist. I can only estlmuto
from the natural figures.
"I shall stay here about three
week's. From what I have seen of
the' plantations, they are In excellent
shape. A good-sized crop may be ex
pected for next )ear."
The closlng-out salo at tho L. B.
Kerr A Co.'s storo Is pretty nearly
over, but thero uro a great many bar
gains still left In men's hats, boys'
Wash suits, men's uvgllgeo shirts and
boj-B pants. It would certainly pay
everyone to tako a look at these es
pecially fine goods at the lowest of
Our next Fruit Boat
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Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. Xing St. Phone 15.
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MANILA, P. I., June 22. An inflammatory anti-American circular is
being distributed through the city and the islands. .
It denounces the Americans as thieves, drunkards, and grafters who
have brought tyranny to the Philio pines instead of libeity. .
Pending an open revolution the circular ur?cs that a campaign of
assassination be carried on.
Paper Trust Is
ilty And Pays
NEW YORK, N. Y June 22. Twenty-four manufacturer of wrap
ping paper have pleaded guilty to violating the laws against illegal com
bination and have been fined S2,00Di each.
Taft At Yale
NEW YOUK, N.fT.JJJnne 22. Candidate Taft arrived here todav to
attend the rtunionof his; Yale classmates.
ANNA AND. DE SAGAN
PARIS, France, June 22. Count de Sagan and Anna Gould have
started for England; where they will be married.
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L. T. PeJc" reported at today's meeting of the Fleet Committee that
the men of the. Fleet will be given half-fare on all the Rapid Transit
lines while theyare here. ,
RUSHING WORK AT
PEARL HARBOR SITE
Stcond Boring Outfit
SAN-FRANCISCO. Calif.. June 20
SUGAR: Beets, ' 88 analysis, 10s.
8 3-4d. Parity, 4.28 cents. Previous
quotation, 10s. 10 l-2d.
Real Bristle Goods
Brushes that last and rive you
Don't get a cheap imitation.
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J. Hopp & Co.,
185 8. KING STREET.
Work at Pearl Harbor Is proceed
ing nicely. Tho trlangulatlou stations,
preparatory to tho shore work, nro
made, and u shoro line has been run.
A second boring outfit should have
been at work by noon today, according
to tho plans of tho englnrors. Iloatu
which arrived on tho Maine hao been
sent to tho Bceno of action.
Almost dally, tho tug Kiiena, with n
barge in tow, may be seen on hor
way to or from I'earl Harbor, ".'ho'
work Is being rushed: It has to bo
rushed, as' tho tlmo between now ivid
the sitting of tho Schroeilcr Hoard Is
getting short, ami it Is certain that
tho engineers villi bo boring long af
ter tho board has met, and adjourned.
Still, ufiough work will hao been
dono to Justify a report, mid the mat
ter can bo adjusted without trouble.
TRIAL FOR BRIBERY
Tin Hoon, On Stand
Testifies To Paying
Tho famous Dovauchello case was
begun before Judge Hoblnson this
morn lug. i:ugeno Oevnucholle Is tho
former pollco officer accused of re
ceiving bribes, whoso case was drop
ped foi a long time, and which was
again brought to light through tho
ncv.-spapeiH. This morning the chlof
witnesses for the prosecution, which
Is repicsented by Deputy Attorney
(Jenural Uirnach, were put on th
Sheriff Inul.ca was the first witness
put on tho stand. He merely testl-
lied that Dotauchel o was u nollcn'
"lllcer at the time nt which tlm
(brlbo Is alleged to have boon recelv
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