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Korea , . . . . . , July 7
Manuka Juno 27
Marama , Juue 24
VOL. X. NO. 4037
EATON ROUGE, La., June 25.
The Fcnnte lies defeated the bill by
which it was proposed to establish
crohibillou cf the liquor traffic in
The lovcnicr ha3 tisnei the bill
to check race-track' gambling.
PIinJCETCri. N. J., June 25. The
bod7 cf ex-?rfsUc:it Cleveland has
been ."nbalmrJ and the death r.mk
TEHERAN, Persia, June 25. The
lootin? nn-l general disorder in the
cify continues. Refugees are flock
ing to the legations.
FIGHTING AT TABRIZ
TABRIZ, Persia, June 25. One
hundred err dead and wounded as a
result of the fighting betvcen the
revolutionaries and reactionaries in
this section of Persia.
P.EDLANDS, Calif., June 25.
Tlirro arc thirty-one cases of diph
theria at the insane asylum here.
DEADLY CHICAGO FIRE
CHICAGO. 111., June 25.
people arc dead as the result
ccriotis fire in the city" today.
PITTSBURG, Pa.. June 25. H.
W. Tiers, clerk of the First National
Bank, was ai rested today for alleged
embezzlement of $50,000.
For YOUTH and CHILDREN
Serviceable Suits For Young Men. . ,
Becoming, well-made suits for children, in the Knick
erbocker styles. '
We have the handsomest assortment for youth ard i
children that you could want to sfe, and at very.attractive
prices. ' K ,,
Bring him in, we will fit him to a T, , i
CORNER OF FORT
3:30 E OITION Preserve the resblts of your
MAKING GOOD TIME
But Gives Position ;
TIiIh mnn.Mg llnckfcld Co. tlio
local agents fur tlio T. K. K., receive!
n wireless frofn tlio Tcnyn Mnrn. ibt
td at 8 o'clock but uv(.nl:ig, en 1 l.vll
eating tint ilio It m.iVlir? rather rod i
progress. Tim iiinjupp-! wa.i tullwi
:iiiibiKiiiis, mi tlio ;; 'iiti;. li rci !
"At K p. i'i hllluilo 21 .ml fit hi'
lougltulo lri a:nl 4!. Weather licio
flno. Thoinioineter ") and buouictc:
Il Is flgutcl (.in (hat she Inl cov
ered about l) in. lea at Ih u tuiiu In
about Tour and n In f litiu-s of actual
miming SI ill. delay In getting nway
fn in tin' harbor lci-.it bo ccimtod lti.
and v.iih allowances, tlio dlstincc cov
eted w'oiihl In Urate that sho w.i nit
I'ir at tliii tlniu pinlnhly i mTirfivliat
o,vur !G knots nn Imur.
A wlrolo Ih DxpctL'tl whin the
ir.nrr.i tho AlnmodH.
It Is fin u!(ililo that In K"ttliu; out
ot I In) linrlmr, h!iu was bw mis around
an rniildly as any of tho othor stcnni
cia which mnu Into this port.
UYENO TO SUCCEED
SAP AS CONSUL
Change Will Probab'y
Take Place In
JnpjiH'no ConKiil Gunarnl Mlkl H.ilto
will Wttu Hawaii for Rood fioniultlino
this enr, prtilinbly In Sopttmlicr, or
sooner t linn wag oxpectcd. tils mtc
ccssor In offlru will bo Hon, Hcn-lrhl
Ujunn, now of Canton, Chlnu. Ho
was formorly tho Jnpancno Consul In
Amoy for ninny jears and It la ex"-ivcti-il
that ho will arrlo horo nftor
CoiifiiI Salto hns left his jiost for
.Inpan At any into should Salto lcnu
hoio for Japan heforo Mr. Uycno ar
rives, K, Alio, tho nctlni; .lro Consiil,
will bo In a position to assist him In
fniiillliirlzlnR himself with tho work of
the lonl Consulate.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 24.
SUGAR: 06 degree Centrifugals, 4.25
cents, or $85. per ton. Previous quo
tation, 4.3125 cents.
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Have vou seen it? The new Uni
vcrsal Adding Machine. Come in and
sco it demonstrated. The Hawaiian
Office Spccialtv Co., Ltd.
AND HOTEL STREETS.
"TlTiTTT"N . I JTT
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF riAWAlt THURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1908
Garfield And Sugar
Men Have Conference
' scrctnry tiurnoiu ami tnc uiiRart
men hail n Ioiir confeicnre this foro-
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omccs of the I'lnntprH' Association.
Ilcsldes tlio membors of tho Aksocla- j
Hon, Clmcrnor Krrnr and Secretary
Mott-Smlth worn present.
fectctary (larfleld was Introduced
by S. M. Damon, the vlro picsidcnt ot
the Planters' Association, who pic
ulilo'l In the abscne cot I'roslilent V.
A. Schuofcr. f
After a few openinRfcniarlts by
Dnmon the talk became Rencial, Oar
Meld and sexeral promlnont Associa
tion men taldnR part In tho dlseus
slon of various mibjcrts. Tho riib
Jects discussed were l-ibni, produeth,
land laws, American citizenship, Im
mlRrntlon, and Kindred mnttcis. In
IN AFONG CASE
Mrs. Hutchinson was only on tho
iftnn'd for a fuw minutes this after
noon in mo Along eni.e, merely neing
placed on -nud. then taken off by llio
pttorii'eje. Mrs. Whiting, tho mother'
or Mrs. Albert AfmiR, was tho next
witness called. She seemed to bo
ery conversant with the affairs of
tho family according to her testimony,
which nic-cly corroborated that of
Mis. llutchliifon In rLgard to Mrs.
minis' attltudo towatd her mother at
(he tjmo of tho signing of tho compro
mise agreement. Sho was also on tho
Mnnd but a few minutes when tlio
court adjourned until tomorrow morn
ing. Only two wltnesRPu were on tlio
stand this morning In tho Afong case,
which Is going on beforo Judsllco
Lindsay. Mrs. Hutchinson occupied
tho witness box from 10 o'clock this
morning until a qimrtbr of twehe,
when Mrs. Albert Afong was called.
Mrs. Hutchinson told or tho, meeting
of-the family at tho homCBtead when
tho conipromlfo agreement was first
Llgned, stating that Mrs. Burns, who
later wltlidiow her namo from tho
ngreoment on the ndvloe of her hus
band, then and always beforo .said
that hho would never allow her moth
er to como Into Court, nnd that hho
would do every thing In hur power to
ninko her mother happy.
When tho noma of J. Alfred Ma
Roon wns bi ought up in connection
with tho distribution of thu monoy.
Mrs. Hutchinson vehemently said. "I
alwajn knew that ho was u tnoaklng
Mrs. Albert Afong had been on the
stand but a fow moments when court
wan adjourned until 2 o'clock (his af
ternoon. Sho horo out tho testimony
of Mrs. Hutchinson In regard to tho
nttlludo taken by Mrs. riurnB nt tho
llnio of the signing ot the agreement,
saying that In nno particular Instance,
when Mrs., Darns was sitting In tho
mom holding nnd patting her mother's
hand, nnd somconu attempted to speak
to her regarding tho money which sho
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Offices for Rent
with Elcctrio Lights, Janitor, and
Ur D U J jJU&Lil liN
i this connection It-was painted
lh,,l',he l''"Hcr lind already
'P 'w" l"10' lbolr pronts
their crops to pay for the Importation I
of 1U(Tl.ort from;nuiopc as well as
f rom tho mainland. i
"In regard to.tjjfl land laws Sec
icttry Garfield merely expressed the
opinion that tliojKederal land laws
would not be applicable here,' said
Secretary V( O.-Bmlth of the Plnnt
eis' Assoclatloivnfter the mcctlnR.
"He also said that It mlfttit bo that
the locnl taml laws might be Improv
ed However, the discussion was i
Ronoral In IU nature, and the details
of tho subjects dlscusred were not
The conference liisted from about
10 n, m. until n few minutes baforo
1 p. in.
U.S.S. ST. LOUIS
On account ofjtho merry time that
tho officers of the St. Louis' enjoyed at
the 8cildo ai Baturiliy evening,
they hnvp rcqunuUd Manager Stout
to have a iljncii In thVlr honor tonight
A number of thd'alrls In 'town vho
haio met there offlcefn have likewise
stated that there hjis been sumo neg
lect In not having adanco (ho vihole
wqek. Consequently.' the Renlal ,man
ager has arranged' to havo an excel
lent dance this evcillng and all are In
vited to glldo to Ihp s(rlns of Krnent
Kant's singing orchestra. ,
CHINESE ARt NOT
LOOKING Jl TROUBLE
The Chinese flsh' dealers say that
they lime no intention ot boytottlng
the Japanese fishermen. A number
ot the Chinese hend, fishermen wcro
Intcrvlcwd In tho btorc of Yet Lung
Co., on Kel.nullkc street. They said:
"We no like make troubo for Jap
nnpn flsh-nicn; mora better we hann
liana nlsamn before. Suppose J.ipan
ese like make trouble, we no run help
that. They no go out.lldn catch fish,
wo no plllkla. We sell fish (rom Ho
noullull ponds. Suppose the people
no like this fish, we no care. Wo no
cun go outside catch fish."
Ono of the men present spoke
good Kngllsh and ho suld: "It Is best
for the Chinese and Jnpancso to work,
together harmoniously. If thoy were
to stnrt nil Independent fish market,
I don't think they will last long.
This was experienced when tho Jap
anefce fish dealers were occupjlng
stulls In tho (jovornment flshmnrkct
on Alnkca street. Thu trouble Is the
newspapers talk too much. Some
times they write more than what was
told them and tho trouble boon be
gins." Our next fruit Boat
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Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. King St.
Why, Not Let ,'
Look After Your Theatre Tickets!
EVERY DAY IN PASTRY AT
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advertising by keeping at
Onomea, , Honomu And
Peepeekeo 2 Per Cent.
Tho dividend list wbb trolled to an
other addition at tho meetings of dl
lectors held yesterday afternoon.
Onomea has Increarod Its dlvldent
from one and nno-balf per cont to two
rer rent n month, beginning with
Ilouomii has nlso incrcaned its div
idends from one and a hnlf to two Kjr
cent, bcglnuliiR with thu same date.
I'epcckeo hns Increased from one
per cent to two per cent to begin oil
These Increases wcro reported on
the Stock KxchatiRo
cn-iOthcrs nre In tho air.
of Onhu plantation held a meeting
this morning to dlscusn a dividend In
crease, but postponed notion to a
special meeting to consider this spec
ial project. .Many want the Increase
of dividends while others are said to
bo anxious to uso tho surplus funds
to pay off bonds.
l'loneer iMIII directors hold a meet
ing this afternoon and Haiku and 1'nla
of tho TlBldwIn plantations are said to
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TO FORT WTCR
Secretary Garfield, accompanied by
Governor Krcar, Secretary Mott
Smlth, nnd Col. 'Jones, went' lit tho
automobile this afternoon to Kort
Shatter to icvlew tho battalion
there. Col. Jones was In tils ami);
uniform. Ucforc they went Garfield
called at the, Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee loom, whero he was presented
with tho carved wooden mango
plaque The members of tho Promo
tion Committee were presented to the
CANT ADDRESS CHAMBER.
Secretary Garfield will not bo able
to address tho Chamber of Commerce
this afternoon, as had been expected,
as bo has sevoral important engage
ments to tako up' his time this after
noon. The special meeting of the
Chamber called for this purpose this
afternoon has therefore been called
Men on tho warships which havo
been hero In the last week or so huVo
had no shore leave nftcr mid
night, but this was due to orders
which were Issued beforo the ships
made this port. It was.suppoed that
accommodations here were not very
targe, or efficient for handling tho
men, and so orders that they report
on board at midnight wero issued
while tho ships wero still at sea.
The Itaptd Transit bo)B won this
afternoon from tho sailor boys of thu
St. Louis, at Atkinson Park, by n
score of 1? to 8, In a game of baseball
which was arranged on very nhort
REFRESHING DRINKS AT
it in the Bulletin
Kilauea Volcano Will
Be National Monument
"Kilauea will in all probnb'llty be converted Into n monu
ment by tho Government, If evorj thing can bo arranged satisfac
torily. Tho Territory will have to cede the property to tho
Federal Government and then tho matter will be taken up by
the Department. In tho meantime I Intend to go right nhcad
with tho proposition, ns I will also do with Captain Cooke's muu
unicnt, making them National monuments As there was no ap
propriation made by Congress for the keeping up of such mon
uments, I have made arrangements for a lighthouse keeper to
tnkn euro of Captain Cooke's monumeut, nnd, for n time, It Hie
proposition Is carried through, It is probable that Kilauea, as n
National monument, could bo looked after by thu Purest ltcservn
people. Regarding land matters, I am giving them tho must'
careful consideration but have net arrived at any conclusion as
ct." JAMi:S It. OAllt-'IKMl.
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GREATMEETING FOR FRIDAY" EVENING
Secretary Garfield, Governor, Krcar
and Delegate Kyhlo will give address
es nt AnU Iar(con Friday evening,
the meeting to.bc.hcd under tho aus
pices of thc'Kcpuhllcun Territorial
Hon. II. K. Cooper will preside nnd
John wise will bo tho interpreter.
The County Hand will bo protent,
and, rain or shine, tho park Is ex
pected to Im crowded. Scats will hu
provided for a largo number and It Is
expected that more will bo there.
Tho Ann! arrangements for the
Friday night meeting wcro finished
this morning, when It wns learned
Told People They Must
Do For Themselves
"It was a very pleasant trip
throughout and nt every pl.ico whom
ample notice had been given of our
nrrlval, lam crowds of peoplo turned
out to cordlallygrcet Sccretury Gsr-fleld,"-sald
W. O. Bmlth this morn
ing In speaking ot tho tour nt Secro-
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Manufacturers' Shoe Gompanv. Ltd..
1051. FORT ST.. "The Hliali1 Hniine TFT. R9
A trip to the Volcano at the prci- y
cnt time furnishes a rare treat that
will remain catalogued under the
head of "life Memories."
For twenty-five yearly daily sub
scriptions to the Evening Bul
letin the trip may be taken at
PRICE 5 CENTS
thnt the Secretary would speak anil
tho committee could go ahead as first '
A meeting of the Hepubllcnn Exec
utive Com in It tee was held jesicrday
nftcrnoon at headquarters, Deleg.ilu
Kulilo being prevent nnd presiding,
at the request of tho commlttos.
Tho plans wero then outlined an
now eomploted: Delegate Kuhlo In
eonsentliiR to speak inadn It vary
clrir that ho 'would not make a po
Secretary Garlleld will probably
spvak from a half to thrre-quartersof
an hour, and the program will close
with remarks by tho Delcgnto.
Was Tireless On Hard
Trip And Learned
If Secretary Garfield wcro to remain
hero for a spneo of any length, thero
Is no doubt but that ho would becomo
the Idol of tho peoplo of Hawaii,"
this Is tho synopsis of Justice llallou'H
remarks, ns well ns thoso of Jjinil
Commissioner Pratt, this morning,
when asked concerning tho trip, ou
tuennnuw on rage 4)
Of Patent Colt,
With Mat Top,
This Bluchcr Bal has been tried,
out and has proved itself worthy of?
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