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Mnrnnia June 24
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VOL. X. NO. 4035
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF rAWAII, TUESDAY. JUNp 3. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
CANDIDATE SHERMAN: IS SERIOUSLY ILL
CANADA BARS AMERICAN SHIPS iii PACIFIC
to Mutt-S:ii!tli, Honolulu.
I '.21 p. in I'.uty unl'.oil Judgo
The ftiicgnlng wlielesi wuh rc
ielcd juJtu.ilJi afternoon, nml It lu
illcalei that notwithstanding mls
Ii.ipu hi uuiomoMlui nnd i) tlier slight
accident i llril tho dm field juity is
piogrcsslng In t'm trlii ueross the
According In the plans laid down,
tlio parly Lhould lue arilvod at
liana this morning, ami gone frmil
tlieio to Nahlku In carriages. Piom
licro tlio pin ty will go along ' tlio
liana loalt on horseback, nicotine
the uutos ul Kullun, anil going to
Mnkavvao It may be, nccordlng to
Socrctuy Mott-Smlth, that they wtl'
i; fiom hero to Ollnihiva distance o(
nhout Ave miles, on hoiscbuck.
Secietary Garfield will certainly
hao (icon all thero Is In seo In double-quick
time, for the party la duo
nt Hrleakula at 1 o'clock In the
inciniln;;. Toinonow ti visit will be
made to Walltil.u, where a reception
Is plaiuicd; Lahalmi and Kaliulul.
Tho party In expected to return here
Thurkday mornlnK between 4 nnd 5
n. in., and all of the morning will
probably bu taken up In doing Gov
ernment buslpess lieie. Unrlleld may
alHo bo presented to the Planters' As
sociation Thursday morning. Thurs
day noon ho will lunch nt tho Unl
erslty Club, where ho will meet the
heads of the MirlouH I'cdcral de
partments In thou Territory. At 2
o'clock In tho afternoon ho will uponl;
bcfoic tho Chamber of Commerce,
nml nt 4:110 tlio Secictary will vlow
a" special drill or paiado at Fort
Shatter. At 8 o'clock In tho evening
ho will go to tho Unh fruity Club,
us that will be Hawaiian nlKlit there.
Friday Is named ns Pearl Harbor
day. Secretary (larflcld mwl tho Gov
ernor will leave Honolulu In tho
Iroquois at 9 o'clock In tho morning
and will probably spend the whole
day Inspecting tho harbor. In tho
evening Oarfleld will speak publicly
nt Aula Park,
Governor Frear and Secretary Onr
fleld will spend tho eight on board
t ho cuilscr St. Louli, which will
Icavo here at li o'clock Saturdaj
morning fjr the Island of Kauai. The
St. I.ouls will cruise around Kauai
by way of Hanalel, ni riving at Wal-
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CORNER OF FORT
Tenyo Mam - Makes
NEW JAF.NESE LINER TENYO MATIU THAT ARTUVED IN IIONOLUL"
The maguincent new T K. I j
trlplc-3ctcw tuiblno liner Tenyo Ma-
ru, Captain Going, ai lived at llouo-
The maguincent new T K. 10.
lulu thin morning Kin her maldou voy-1
age, brlngl ig a crowd of passengers
which mitdj all tho old-timers think
of the good old days of yoro. Aftor
talking with the cruiser St. 1-ouln
'and the coast stations last evening,
sho arrived off port early this morn-
Ing, tho maximum Yuu per (fay being
lufi knots, nnd an average ot mer
400 pc day being sustained, com
pleting thj tilp In S days and 5
houis. She was not expected to
make over 17 kiuita nn hour, on tho
aeiiigo, but sho actually averaged
something over this, and on her best
day avcingcd 18, US knots per hour.
Sho was not expected by tho agents
Hnckfcld & Co , bofore tomorrow, or,
at bciit, this afternoon. This morn
ing she was lying off port, apparent
ly close In, nnd with a list to star
board which set people guessing, and
led to tho report that she was high
nnd dry on tho roof.
Hut she enma in Hlth flying colors
and after some difficulty was docked.
She brings 721 tons for this port
of Oriental freight Altogether, sho
has 7000 tons, which Is her full car
go. Among the Items Is 2000 bales
The silk cargcHs ery heavy ow
ing to the Tact that some of the
goods which would regularly have
gone to Canada by the Empress ot
China uro on board the Tcnyo. Tho
mea at li p, m. Here they will gu
ashore, spending all Saturday night,
Sunday and Sunday night on tho Inl
and. Tho St. Louis will Icavo thcie
for the Const Monday morning,
coming by wny of Honolulu, where
a launch will bo sent outside and
Governor Frenr brought ashore.
AND HOTEL STREETS.
VOYAQE ACROSS THE PACI1I0
of tho plagi
impress was laid up foi ton dajs at
quarantined on account
plague, nnd tho silk had to be
put on bnnid the Japanese liner for
Wlieleua she carrtoi rati operate
used In tine shape Tho opeintor ot
the Tenyo Is J. II. Owa.dn.
with tho Maine and Alabama last
night, 90mllcs distant
and 110 alSO
talked with tho stations at various
polntii on tho Islands, nnd with the
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HENDRY GETS COIN
TO PAY WITNESSES
Mnrshnl Hendry yesterday received
$1000 trom Washington with which
ho will be nblo to pay off jurors audi
wltnosbcs. A number of tlio jurors oi,
late wero unable to secure nuy pay
by roasun of tho tnct that tho .Mar
shal had no money. Checks weie
mailed to theso yesterday.
Judgo Do Holt's Court:
Ah Kulnl . Kacha Knpahu;
10 n. in.
Nellie Han v. Hutchinson
Co ; la, in.
Judge Lindsay's Court: .
Rlggs v. Afong, continue". 10 a. in.
Judge Ilnbinson's Court.
Judge Dole's Court.
ur uuMKiuB siitiuu iuih luiuuiuua uo named. I
that Mrs. Gleseckc, who was struck Tho pcrkons Indicted were ns fol
by nn uutomobllo yesterday, was got- jras III incho Aturtln. fornication:
ting along very nicely nnd should ic-
Tho Tcnyo Maru sails nt 3 o'clock
toman ow afternoon. Tlio Alameda
sails at 10 tomorrow morning, and
thcro Is u good deal of speculation as
to whetehr thu big liner will catch the
speedy little Occnnlc boat.
K. D. Tcnnoy entertained
of business fi lends Monday at lunch
eon at the Commeirl.il club In honor
of dipt. W. II. Matson.
Offices for Rent
with Electric Lights, Janitor, and
?ort Oil flcnoluln '
KABBOR TODAYJON HER INI
. FOR FLEET BUYS
Tim HlnnttlKTO it li (Inn nnnli n
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commltt""!!! Ih'i'iiu'tiir lake place In
i Ihn rhnlMnun ,F vnrlmiu aillinmtnlt.
f,pR nro rnrtnnAtnrl tfi nltiMul tnnri r,i.
Walter Dillingham of tho Commis
sary Committee reported today that
(he hookupu will ho n granJ affair
and that the Island District Magis
trates nro expected to secure an
abundance of fruits.
An appropriation of $110 was passed
for 20,000 pictorial pamphlets to bu
furnished the men of tho fleet.
W. C. Weedon retiorted that tho
Seamen's Institute nnd a plice ct tho
corner of lleretnula and Alakea stretcs
will bo open to the men -of tho Tact
as rest stations
Chulrmi'i Carter will confer with
tiaptaln Itccs nhout the exact Onto of
the licet arrival and report at toor
rofv'a meeting. ,
GRAND' JURY FILES '
- FIVE INDICTMENTS
(Tlm Territorial Grnnd Jury- mot yes
tuidny, and as a result five Indict
ments weie rcturnod, but they were
till placed on tho secret tlio. The u,
rulgumcnts aro let for ' Thursdv
morning at 9 o'clock In Judgo noblu
con's court. It Is probable that the
Grnnd Jurv will not ho discharge I un
til August IS. when a new vonlte will.
lnagl, maiming; Insgi, selling liquor
without a license: Manuel. Cruz, In
tercourse with a fciuulo undi-r the age
of ten, uud Muximln Hrllllante, an
satilt with a weapon, Illancliu Mar
tin was nrneted thU noon.
Hany A. Wilder has tendered his
roslmintldn ns examiner of 'chauffeurs
to the Hoard of Supervisors on ac
count of Ills Intended donnrtiirn from
Honolulu. K. C. de Lovelace has filed
an application for thu position. Ho
cites ns references Hnrry A. Wilder
Fiank Thompson, Goo. Wells ami F.
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ALAMEDA, JUNE 24
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S.'King Si Phone 15,
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Mrs. (Jessie R. Burns
Won't Abide By
The plea In bar, which has been
heard before Judge Lindsay, In; the
Afong case the last few days. Is at
tracting considerable attention nt
piesent. The case was originally
napied as that of Carrie It. Klggu s.
Afong ct nl., and the plea In bur, waH
to. tho effect that, the caso had nl
tesdy bean settled by compromise.
It seems thut so far ns Mrs. Itlgga
Is concerned, the case has been set
tled by' compromise, but the latest
development la that Ilexsla It. Iiurnti
bus refused to nbldo by the agree
ment', and that she gave notice to
the other signers of It, before tho Inst
one had signed, and after she herself
had affixed her signature to the doc
ument, that she withdrew her name
from It. This, of courso, Immediate
ly brought on new complications, and
it may be that the case will drag out
to considerable length bofore It Is fin
As yet nothing startling hoi de
veloped. The reading of the deposi
tion of J. J, Dunne, whd.-wn.forrar-
ly tho attorney for Mrt. Afong, has
been going on, and numerous mo
tions to strike out certain portions of
the answers have been heard.
Thompson & demons are repic
sentlng Mrs. Hums nnd A. Perry Is
representing the eight other chil
dren. VISITORS MAY GO
Visitors will bo received orr the
cruiser St. Louis tomorrow.
Shortly before noon today sho fin
IbhuJ coaling, 1350 tons being stnwud
In tho bunkers yostcrda) and this
morning. She will be awash this af
ternoon, geetlng rid of the grime, but
will bo bright and clean as a new pin
tomorrow, and fit for tho Inaction
of tho public.
So far, the public has been rigidly
excluded from the dock.
Tho JackleB were bathing in tho
dock this morning .swabbing down
Jhst as their ship it.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 22.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, Us. Par
ity, 4.32 cents. Previous quotation,
10s. 9 3-4d.
Among the passengers on tho Ma
lama this morning Is Sir James Mills,
with his wife, bound for Kngland, Ha
Is tho manager and director of the
Union Steamship Company, and ouo
of tho large shipping magnates of
England. He Is now taking a custom
sry yearly tilp to and from tho Col
onies. TUB W. G. HALL satis at & o'clock
this afternoon for Kauai, and tho Ml
kaliala sails at thu same time for Mo-
lokai and Maul,
Real Bristle Goods
Brushes that last and give you
Don't git a cheap imitation.
Hollister Drug Co.,
J. liopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 23. Hon. J. S. Sherman, Republican can
didate for Vice President, was tnk;n senously ill today with gall
stones. Ho -yns taken to the hospitil.
His family has been sammoncd lid is now on the wny. ' .
Mr. Sherman enme to Cleveland to confer with Mr. Toft and party
leaders on the conduct of the Nation tl Republican campaign.
Bar American Shi
OTTAWA, Canada, June 23.
action to exclude American vessels from the Canadian coast trade of the
MISS REID MARRIED
LONDON, England, June 23. Jean Reid daughter of American
Ambassador Whitelaw, Reid, was married today in the St. James Palace
to John Herbert Ward.
The wedding ceremony v.'as on: of the most elaborate London lias
recently witnessed and was attended by King Edward and Queen Alex
CAPT. HARBER'S FATHER DEAD
Y0UNGST0.WN, Ohio, June 23. The father of Captain Harber of
the battleship Maine died here today, i
Capt. Harbor's father must have been n very old man, ns the Cap
tain Is nearer sixty than forty years. ' i
SHAH BOMBARDING CAPITAL
BERLIN, Germany, June 23. News has been received here that the
troops of the Shah of Persia have captured Parliament and are bombard
ing the city.
DEAD FROM HEA
CHICAGO, 111., June 23. There were ten deaths in this city today
from tho heat.
NO LOUISIANA GAMBLING
BATON ROUGE, La., June 23. The law against race-track gam
bling has passed the Le(pslatnre.
GETTING READY FOR
The executive commlteo of tho Ilc.t
publican Central Committee Is getting '
veiy brtsy in tho matter of making in
rnngiimonts'for tho public mu'tlnt,' nt
Anln Park next Friday evening r.t
which Secretary DnrfleM will talk to,
the people of Hawaii, It Is fully roil
Ir.ecl that the opportunity to have nn
address from a man of smli pioin
iuence ns the Secietary Is n most vul-,
uablo one, and thu committee Intends ,
to make tho most of tho occasion. J
While the committer- will hold n
meeting touiormw- afternoon to ills
cusi the arrangements. Secretary Wll
Ham Snvldgo, In tho nbsenco of Chili.
man A. 0. M. Itobortsoi- nnd Vlco
Chairman John C. Lane who nro bath
on tho mainland where thoy went tq
attend tho National convention at Chi
cago, is looking after some of the de
Manufacturers' Shoe Company. Lid,,
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House.". TEL. 282.
The Canadian. Government has taken
tails, lie gays that tho arrangomenta
will be complete In 'H-ry way, and
nothing which ran contribute to tho,
comfort of the audience will be over
looked. The meeting will actually open at
8 o'clock In tho evening, but tho Ha
waiian band, undor the leadership of
the veteran Kappclmclstcr. will bo nt
hand nt 7: IS, and will from that hour
dlscouree sweul music to eulertuln tho
waiting multitude. Tho suggestion
hns also been made that Herr Derger
might be Induced to compose n special
Garfield march In honor of the distin
guished visitor. If Hiiro Is sufficient
tlmo for him to pull his muse's leg tor
Iho mcesearj' inspiration.
Tho platform and tho grounds sur-
rounding It will bo Tirllllnntly llluniln
nted, nnd seats will be provided ill
great number Sfivldge states that
there will bu enough to nccommodnto
at least fifteen hundred peoplo...Sav
ldgo will this afternoon confer with
SecroUry Molt Smith in regard tp
who shall be Invited to have beats on
the platfoun, as (he wary Dill does
pot wish to get mixed up with any
questions of precedence, ,
Of Patent Colt,
With Mat Top,
This Blucher Bal has been tried
lut and has proved itself worthy of