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VOL. X. NO. 4036
A trip to the Volcano at the pres
ent time furnishes a rare treat that
will remain catalogued under the
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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 24. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
VM'J . Wt t' M
HAWAII ON WAY:
SAN PEDRO, Calif., June 24 The yacht Hawaii was hauled un on
the ways today for n u,enernl overhauling preparatory to the Train-Pacific
E?cc that starts on July Fourth fiom Fan FdJro.
f II MilOr riPQmHill
CrSILH SAY, 1. 1, June 21. Picsider.t Eocsr.-'t h.v. sent condo
lence: to A:i. Cist eland. He has w nl a n- li.nrt on ordering that all
fiof.s ft T7r.chinBton be placed nt half-mast and naval and military honors
be pcid th: ir.5ir.or? or ex-President evelmiJ..
rr.Ii:C-I02I. 1J. J., June 24 Thc death or ci-Presidcnt Cleveland
nt'an enrly hojr this morning came unexpectedly. It was due to heart
failure folio :i complications cons aucM.tu his recent illness.
v 17 a 'Vnio'au and Mrs. Cleveland vera at th; bedside at thc time
of de: .b, ths children Icing on a vaoiliou trip in Hew Hanpshiie.
Ml" f-ir-nl "ill Le held on Tr ca7 ar.d "ill In private. President
Rocsc-.dt -'11 ott?nd.
, SHERMAN IS BETTER
CLEVELAND. Ohio, June 24. T. S. Sherman. Hcnublican candidite
for Virr Trsiiilcat, is reportrl bett.r. lie went to thc hospital yester
day suffering from gall stones.
PERIIN. Germany, June 24. Advices from Teheran state that fir
ing cent' noes between thc troops of the Shah of Persia andjParliamentnry
"Siiml.i) li.isi ball la nil right. I
.mi In fn 111 of it."
'I hl statement was in.iilu lij S011
ntor lllrko) nl n incotlng of the
I'lcot i:ptutlvo Cominltlpo this uf
erunon. No soonei Inul lie until It
tlimi Dlckty wns given generous ap
plause. In uckow lodging this lio
honed Itli 11 liio.ul smile.
Tho J'imiI Iliiihur tilp wits loft en
tirely In I Ilu hands of tho Kutcitnln-
U'nl tor Dillingham icporlcd that
he Inul uu.'lvi"l a letter fiom 0110 of
(Continued on Page 6)
For YOUTH and CHILDREN
Serviceable Suits Tor Young Men.
Becoming, well-made suits for children, in the Knick
We have the handsomest assortment for youth and '
children thnt you could want to sec, and at very attractive
prices. - - . ,,!
Bring him in, wo will fit him to a T.
CORNER 0E FORT
- R STILL OK
Sheriff laokei Is contemplating
piiichiislng it mot'iri'j clu for the, po-
lice ilcp.irtini'iit In unlet to put .1
ttop In tho heullosH driving Inilulgeil
In bv the niidiniolilllBts In tills city.
Tills machine will he tlihlcn hy 0110
of (ho most cfflUent otllrcrs 11 C thc
department, linn win no cquippcn
with n spceilnnicler, hy means nt
wlik.li the omtcr will ho alilo to tell
with absolute itceiirncy the speed of
tho .into he pursiufl.
"KoinclltliiK Is neeileil in ortler to
Lontrol the iiiitonioblllsts here," enlil
(Continued on Page 0)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
I QUI Mnt
'Hi it thoie was no violation of tho
ititului wllli regard to tlio I tbjr mi
p'ojctl In the construction of ihu Win
liiku (o irlliouto, Is llio t.plttl n wlili li
Mipetlnlui lint of IVIjIIc WmkK Mntf
ton Can) bell Ins r-cclw-d fiom At
torney iittioi.il llotrunv ay, .1.1 1 hi Ih
liiKtrurtcil to piy ilu rnntuctri' In llio
iigunr in inner 'ilm tonipinliit
jkiimiI tic coiUimtor 511110 ironi ll 0
llonolulii 'Lades OmiHi, alio" nv.
Unit MrDuna'l h 1 1 I'm m 1 ig io-i-
II 111 I ilur I.i the w r; UcimlJ At
loin K1.1cr.1l Wilt wis io.il In
Mill ti 111 ruKi'c i.i I tilt result t
me cnilir.illol In V10 riilnl 11 iui.lt, el
to Cat ipbell
THE AFONO CASE
Mrs. Burns Is Alleged To
Mrs. George llcnshull win tho
rhloi witness on tho BLandln-ttlte
A fans case this morning." CnarTnian
Carter wits tho lln.t witness ami ho
wub crobs-exnmlned on technical
points by Prank Thompson for a
slioit time. Carter is a notary and
vms present when tho ori cements
wero undo. Mrs. Ilenshnll was then
tailed to tho ttnntl hy Judge Perry.
Shu made two statements In her
testimony which treated it stir aiming
those who heard her. One was to
the effect that her sister, Ilcsslo It.
llnrni, had threitcncd, when she re
turned and Icnrmd wnfui tlmo iiro
what trouhlo Messrs, MnRooti, Hum
lihrcjs, MtSockrr and others hnd
been (nusliiR Mrs, AfonR, her moth
er, to ro nut nnd kill them. Mrs.
Ilcnshnll said that alio and 11 num
ber of tho other clrls had' nlwan
been wIIIIiir to compromise tho mon
ey dlbiiRrcomcnts Hint had atlsrn
In tho family, for tho sake of their
mnthci, whom they wished to enjoy
pc.no and happiness.
It was 011 at count of tho trouble
mured Mrs. AfoiiR by tho above men
tioned men, said Mrs. Ilonshiill, that
Mrs. Hums would hae liked to hitvo
settled with tlicnt In a direful mail
ncr. That JiiiIro Hnblnson sliauld have
been disbarred, and would have been
In tho Kast. for overruling a icrtnln
deniuiier miiiid tlmo iiro, was thn
other honsnttnn.il statement which
1 Continued on Page 2)
COOKC GET3 COMMISSION.
The coiumlssloii of Claiuiico Cooke
as a member of the License ll.mrl has
been signed by dnvcrnor J'lonr ami
wan tills morning tlguod hy Suutary
Offices for Rent
in thc i
with Electric Lights, Janitor, and
3jjj Hawaiian Trust
oil Company, Ltd.
vSfiW? Fort Bt. BcnoLili
IGrover Cleveland Dead
THE LATE OROVER CLEVELAND. TWENTY-SECOND AND TWENTY
FOURTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES FROM
PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN SOON AFTER HIS RE
TIREMEHT FROM OFFICE
PRINCETON, N. J., June 24. Grovcr Cleveland, cx-Prcsidcnt of the
United States, died at his home in this city this morning.
' The tic-it li of ox-l'ieBlilent Cleo
land Is tint iinnxpertrd, as l:o h is
been repoittd In u very serious con
dition for the last few months, nnd
li'is been In falling health for a e.ir
Ills death remotes one of tho most
notable figutes of moduli timet In
America Ml Clmoliuitl was the
only living ex-l'resldimt and klnic be
retired fiom public noire nl ilm e'ose
of his i.iKnid administration, he has
rmclwil tn.iilitd oldeutcs of tho
high esteem of tho people
Tim most (oucso nnd ntcurato
rovlew of his caieer is probably that
given in 'Who's Who" ns follows:
Our next Fruit Boat
ALAMEDA, JUNE 24
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Pbone 15.
EVERY DAY IN PASTRY AT
A. Y. CAFE
Packages or Parcels
TROMPT DISPATCH 3Y
I Horn In Caldwell, I'fsex Count),
i.N J, .Mntili Ih, 18H7, the sou of
llc ItLhard I'alle) and Ann (Nenl)
Cl(tbiuil I'litnllj lemmi'il to Onon
daga County, Now Voik, lit 1841.
Attrndid Nlllnge school and clerked
In httiie Teat her In Institute for
the blind, New Ynrk, for one j"itr.
(1.1,1) Prim etnn, IS')7 Mnrrjed
June 2, 1KM, to l'rautes I'oli-oni, ijur
lug his first administration na Pies
Idcnt Unit lo l!nfT.ilo. txr.n. bet.ilnn
1 1 lerk Ih law ofllccs tit Holers Ilowen
.v. lingers, lb IB nnd was admitted to
bai in ISRU Asslslunt District At-
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REFRESHING DRINKS AT
J. liopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
To MOTT-SMITH. Honolulu:
(Inrlleld must nitth Co.ir.t, July t
The forecolng cable, whit li was re
ceived this morning by Secretary
Mntt-Siulth, Indicates that Secretary
Garfield's plans for the trip to Ka
uai will be slightly disarranged. Tho
original plans weie to the effect that
he would not le,te Kauai until next
Mondn) morning, returning li ick b)
wn of Honolulu, to let the (interim,'
get ashore, but If lie must reach thu
Coast July r It wilt be no esiary for
To secure nn Issue of bonds In thu
turn of ono million dollars, u trust
deed has been filed with Kialsliar
Mcrrlnm be Ween tho Honolulu Plan
fatlon Company nnd thu Mercantile
Trust Comptui of Ban rranclsco. Tho
1 finds wil'Mioar intercut at tho rule
of six per o-nt, nnd limy will bo ra
tkcninblo in suns of SIC-O.QOQ on Ibu
first day of May of each )enr, begin
ning In 1010 and ending In 1919. Tlil.i
trust tlecd covers all tho renl, per
sonal nnd mlxe'tf prti)crty of thn plan
Recltemenls in tho trust deed slpw
thnt on lVhrimry I, 1902, mi Isstin, ol
bonds in the sum of J 1, 200,000 was
Articles of Incorporation nnd ns
rocint'tm were filed this morning for
a company to bo known as tho l.'ast
Maul Irrigation Company, nnd com
posed of 8. M. D.ilunii, .1. II. Castle, J,
Waterhousc, 12. K. Paxtou, and J. P.
Cooke. Tho company Is capitalized
at ten thousand dollars, reserving tho
right lo Increase thn tapltal stock to
not more than $2,000,000.
In the filed pnpers It Is stated that
the tnmpany will exist for n period
of fifty years, and that Its main ob-
Jttt will ho to lease or otherwise, nc
qulro thn water sjstem nnd ull water
lights now oTned hy the Maul Agri
cultural Company ami tho Hawaiian
Commercial and Sugar Company, to
crnttruct and rporrtc a nstcm of Ir
rigation ditches, nnd to generate, uti
lize, and sell electric current nnd
J. II. Castls, first lio president,
holds tho majority of shares, lialtig
52 placed to his credit. J. P. Cooke,
treasurer, holds H shares, and S M.
Damon, president; .1, Wntorhotiso,
sctond vice president; and 1'. li, Pat-
ton, sccrctnr), each hold ono share
This company Is organized to take
$1,000,000 Bond issue
Manufacturers' Shoe Gompanv. Ltd.,
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." TEL. 282.
Coast On July 5
tho St IahiIs to lc.te Kami nt sun
down Sunday evening Of course,
this will not male him ld.o much
of the trip to Kauai only ono
night's rJi', but nt thc same tlnm
tils nlnns inn be dls.trrnnccd
Ho will be Rlwn a luncheon nt till
IMclllc Club tomorrow nt 12:30, nt
which all tho Federal olflclnls horo
will be present The names among
thofce who will bo present tiro Jut'gu
Dote. Messrs. Urcckons. Dunning,
Stnckahle, lleuili. Hutch, Drake,
Pratt, llrown Otwell, llccs, Cofqr.
llrinckerhorf, Hiiniphres A I my, J.
(1 Smith. Dr. Wilcox
made, tit which amount S2S0.W0 was
icdecmed on Pebrmr) 1 of tills )e.ar,
nnd tho luhnco under tho original
trust deed of one million dollars nita
inlet Diablo at tho r.itu of 2o0,i")00 on
1 clinary 1st. in Ibu ear Uoj, llilu,
1911, mid 1912.
Although It would t.eem at a siicr
flrlHl glnnei) that tho new bond Jsuu
nucu hrlhgs tho cpniany luck to ex
nelly the sainu status nH before, for
tho rate of Interest ls tho tame, this
is not true, for tho probsblo objoel In
I the hew Issuance lies in thu feet that
tliij tlmo of piyment Is extended, lo
.1919, nnd tho curly paMucnt is lea
se nod fiom $.'00,001 to SI0UO0O.
mei the great Irrigation and water
development projects Unit hne boon
carried on by tho Baldwin Interests
Somt thing Mitotan ocean race Is now
in progiuss, with the Lurllne, thu Ala
meda, and tho Tcnjo Mnru nil on
their ma) to 8nn Prnncisco, a few
lioiirs apart Tho Alameda wm run
1)11 Kehiwltlln tltmi Tim flmn (.null
the l.tirllnt! will make is probleniatic
nl but officers of tho Oceanic boat
said this morning thnt they exp.-ci ttl
incrtnko mid pas's her boforo getting
lo thu California port, though she had
21 hours' Btnrt. Tho Teii)o Muni,
sailing nt 3 o'clock this afternoon, or
fj hours behind tho Alaniedn, will cer
tnlnl) win out In getting to tho Coast
If sho makes tho time, which Is ex
pected of her. Thu Alumedi docn tho
trip Inside of six iIujb, but whon It
conies to talking four da)s nnd n fow
hours tho olhs r boats .may he counted
out. Tim Tcn)tiis to steam for, a rec
ord. Thn Tcnso carries today's mails
owing to tho tact that she Is cx-
. in-u ten iii iito const iirsi, , ,
Of Patent Colt,
With Mat Top,
This Blucher Bal has been tried,
out and has proved itself worthy of'
your confidence. !
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