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VOL. X. NO. 404 J
.HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAMfAIL TUESDAY. JUNE 30. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
CREATES LAND ADVISORY
ALAMEDA SAFE. IN - SPITE OF RUMOR
Frear Will Appoint
mm Land Board
Tn ?tnrhi I nwl I awe
UnvcriKir Krear will prob.ibl lii
point what will In Known .s an Ait
lsory I and ('i)innilbnli.n In . saint lit lit
limning lliMiugli tho pnnoiii laii'l laws
nf tin- Tonllory i)f Hawaii mill de
termining Juit liott Ihcy may bo mod
ified ho ns In give tho bona fldo set
tlor ii fair chanso with tho Epooiilntoi,
mill tln ruHiiIlK obtained liy (hi; cam
osl'wcirk of this AilrUorj Cntiiitilfuliiii.
In conjunction with Governor Kioar
ami (lie Land Commissioner, will lie
illxi'llcl In Iho rouciolo proposal
which will bo fomunli-il for tho con
sldcinllnu of Congress. This was 10
stated by Ihu Oovcrnor thla morning.
"1 cin't go Into tho mutter verj
lunch at tin' piyjent tlniu," ho said,
"hoonuso I inn net Tally pieparod. I
prepared, ii3 joii will remember, a
form of riH'f-l'il ngremc:it land sab-i.
slmrlly Imfiiro I went to Wnvhliialiin.
niid linvn given tlifso fnruiK of lai'd
sales iiiui'li thought whllo away and
hlnco my icliirn. I now hive ii mini
her of now realm es to siippest In ad
illtlnn In the special ngiocii'cnt miles
pruporlllon. Mott-Siulth npnrn"s of
Ibopo and tins several suggestions ol
IllH IIV.II. I Willi SOd'l IO plOVllll' 11 11"W
form of nK-clttl ag.-c mi nt sale whlcli
Willi idle tin Im na fide i.ottl r tho op
poitunlty i j make good mid Keep tho
land away from .lapanckc and bW tin
pornOons. As I have Htuod liefoio. I
bellow ibo land laws of Hawaii in .-d
nioilllleatlon. but y.liattlii-o moillllc.i
tlons mo to be rtii only bo deiermlned
an i- long i nil earerull study. It la
tor till roi.son that I will pinh.-ihly.
appoint mi Aihjfcoij Land Commission
to nsslrt n:e."
"I .' t J-1 1 ti iii-ike a tilp aiiiund Iho
Island of Hawaii, the hanie as u
made uromid Maul, tiiiuio tlmo la Hie
iwar fiituio. probably somo time In
August or iieptcmli'T. It Is abo iios
slblo that I i;lll nialto anmher trip to
WaililitKton In November."
SAN FBANCISCO. Calif., June 29.
STJGAR: BEETS. 88 analysis, 10s:
0 3-4d. Peiity, 4.28 cents. Previous
quotation. IO3. Od.
Full iletallx In regard lo the num
ber of men who will be granted hIioio
Icavji d'llli dnrliiK till) May of tho At
lllille Vleet In this pint, and about'
the arrangements which will bo j
in.ulo by Iho Kleet authorities for tho
iih.-'lHlani-n of Ihn pnllce In kiepliiK
older, welo received today by llecie
tnry Mott-Smlth In n letlor from tho
Chief of Strtff of tSo Kleet. TI1I1 com
mimical Ion has been forwauled to
, Hheriff lauko.i, who exprcxt-os blmtelf
i'S mi'ch ratlilled with Iho sugges
tions contained (heroin. Tim letter
In full rends as follows:
Uflleo of the Coimnainler in Chief
If. S. tlantlu j'leet
II. S. H. (ouiieelleut, riagshlji
Kan I'Vanelsio, C'al., June, lJlDS.
I. ltcfcrrlng to tho iippioarhing
lslt of tho U. S. Atlanlle Kleet to tho
port of llouolulii, I urn directed by
tint Commander In Chief to invito
jour attention in our usual nipthoil
of imslhtlng tho local police In main
taining order among tho liberty men
2. In foreign pints by permission
or tho authorities a patrol party con
sisting or (il men (I fiom each ship)
in charge of four conimlisloned ofll
ccrs mid four midshipmen, Is landed
each day with tho liberty parties.
Then; p.itiolmon lire distinguished by
wearing IcgglHS but carry tm wcap
pons of iiuy KUid. In homo portH
I hoy carry 11 policeman's billet, lie
foio landing liberty parties tho Se
nior palrol olllcer reports lo tho Chief
of I'ollfo or his loprcHimtntlvo and
arranges for i-miprrullons between
the patiol uuil tho local police. It is
tho dutj of tho patiol to pollco tho
localities wboro liberty men most
congregate, as Indicated by tho local
authoiltles mid to preserve order
(Continued on Page 2)
WANT FREE FARE
OR FULL RATES
Rapid Transit Half Fare
If tho uniformed men of tho Kloct
nio not gii'ii fiee transportation on
fired cats by tho Honolulu Itaplil
'transit K Land Co. wbllo bore, thoy
will be charged full rates as is tho
case wllh civilians, This decision was
leached nt tho meeting of tho Kleet
r.utcitalnmeiii Comniiuco this 11101 n
tug. I 'lbo committee thought that tho ac
.Hun or the Hapll Transit Co., tn de
ciding to g!p tho men In uniform one
hair faio waH rather ungracious am!
jtho feeling wnu exprctesd that the
'company tliould decide to chirge the
uniformed men of tho fleet full faro or
glvo them fieo transput tat Ion.
I Chairman Waldion of the Kntertalu
ment Ciimmitteo was authorized tn re
'port the decision of U10 meeting to tho
' I'.xecuttvo Committee.
I Win. Hongs, of tliu Hall Committee,
reported progress of tho work on the
walks and lirldgo over the stioani,
connecting tho Mo.ma and Scasldo
hotels. It was derided that appiopil
ale iuufIc bo fninblied for the dance.
Tho County Hand will lie Increased
during tho stay of tho fleet here, tho
lesulllng uuoiieds to bo borne by Ihq
cnl.ertalnuieiit coiii'ullleo. Invitations
will bo extended only ty tho GovcrnoY,
Secretary of the Territory, Army and
Naval olflpers, both active and retired.
Meet conespoiiift'iits mid tho looal rep
lesentnltves of ehuen dally newspa
pers. Tho commanders of tho- ships
iii""tlio licet will bif ghen Invltutlons
when the names have been ascer
tained. Tho romniltfeo, through Us chnli
mini, will nsk tho oxecutlvo commit
Ico to cooperalo In asking tho Cov
entor to declare July 11! 11 public hol
iday. This was decided In order to
allow otcmnip to see Iho grand sight
of the iippioaebliig chips.
Tbeiu being no other business tho
meeting adjourned to Thursday morn
lug nt S o'clock.
Comfort during the. Summer . months depends greatly
upon the Underwear you have on.
Our WEBB KNIT UNDERWEAR is light, cool, strong,
MORRIS UNIVERSITY SHORT-SLEEVED COATS.
SCRIVEM'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIQQANS.
The Prices On These Goods Have Made Them Popular.
THE KASH CO,, LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
DR. MED SMITH
Dr. .lined (. Smith today severs
his connection with tho United
States Agricultural Kpc,rlmcnt Sta
tion mid will bp succeeded by Dr.
Wilcox, who nirhcd lecently from
Mr Smith leaves the nervlcu of th?
Department to enter Into tho tobacco
grow Ing enterprise of Konn, although
ho will probably assist Dr. Wilcox
for 11 month or so 11101 e., Mr. Smith
established tho station miou after an
nexation ami has dono tho plmurr
work so well thtu Dr. Wilcox feels
Ihtti bo could mako 11 llrst-class rec
ord by merely completing what bus
been started. The work df tho first
years at tho Hxpcriuicnt Station has
mil been light by any means, but
Mr. Smith has carried It through
wltn pel feet microtis and Is very
widely respected for his high attain
ments and ndmlred for tho determi
nation and rapacity to ovorromo
The new Accident Policy of the
Standard Insurance Company pays
$5,00 for each $1,000 of the principal
sum for medical attendance where
the injury does not result in either
disability or death, but does require
Insure through the
fnrtin'itii) f iA
:: "r"?:. .
Aannciiitrd VrrFpttrint Cable
WASHINGTON, il C, June 30.
W. Cameron Forbes tas been appoint
ed .Vice Governor or the Philippines,
and Newton W. Giliert, Rrffael Pal
ma, and Gret;orio Ainetta as Philip
pine Commissioners I the latter will
also serve as Secritary of Finance
and Justice. I
SEATTLE, Wash., June 30. The
local Japanese have decided to with
draw their children from the public
schools and will substitute instruc
tion of their own.
NEW YORK, N. Y., June 30.
Mayor McClellan has been declared
elected by the courts to which the
case contesting his election was re
ferred. BIG FLEET MANEUVER
New Rule Of Court May
Be Made To This
Ilccord-brenklug dhoices are pooh
10 bo 11 thing of the past, If the action
inn! movement which Is nn root in the
Judiciary building to Iho effect that
lawyers be required to jet thilr canes
for trial not less than twelity-fom
hours after tho libel lias been filed, Is
cnirled out. It has been commented
on 4iinny limes, before tint dlvorcea
nro too quickly disposed dt in tho
local courts it being merely 11 ni.ilter
or rorin to fllo Iho libels in the "public
records, and It Is for tho purpose 111
doing away with Ibis ruth business
that 11 new court rule may bo made.
"I am heartily In faor of Mich 11
lule." stated Judgo Alexander Lind
say, under whosu Jurisdiction such
esses are now railing, "and I bellevo
that It will provo an excellent thing.
It Is'a fact that dhorces are rushed
I brinish too hurriedly hero, hnd this
would do away with all evidences id
Judge Do Holt has also cxprcssol
himself as being, In favor or n new
iiiIp of court to tho ubovo etfoct, and
It Is piobnble Hint tho matter will bo
curried Ihiougli shortly.
Yamamoto Is President
Of $10,000 Stock
LONDON, England, June 30.
Three hundred and one warships and
68,000 men have been mobilized for
the fleet maneuvers under Admiral
HOLD FOR RANSOM
COALINGA, Calif., June 30. Two
masked men have abducted tho
daughter of a wealthy ranchman, and
are holding her for $5,000, ransom.
DENVER, Colo., June 30. The
set seats of fifty delegates to the
Democratic National Convention will
Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Pbone 15.
Why Not Let
Look After Your Theatre Tickets 1
and PEACH SPECIAL
A. Y. CAFE
SODA T0UNTAIN. .
MRS. A. G. M. ROBERTSON AND MRS. W. T. R031SS0N AMONG LA
.. DIES IN GALLERIES WHO ATTRACTED KU3H FAVOR
ABLE ATTENTION SNAP SHOTTED AND
Tlui Tnn Mncainnl ManufactiirliiR
Company, Limited, Is tho 11:11110 or Iho
company wh'ch has Just been Incor
porated In Honolulu with a caritul
stock or $10,0(19,
Tho company is tho same as that
which has been conducted by I. Yh
inamoto, and which was opened but n
fhort time ago. The purposo or tho
company, as named In tho document,
is to manuractiire, Import, export, buy
mid sell, macaroni and vermicelli, f
Tho directors of tho company nro J.
Yiimamoto, president: K. Kawnliurri,
secretary-treasurer; 11. (lolo, nudltor'j
T. Mukal ami It. Mntsiidii. Tho sharos
of stock aro held ns rollows, Ynma
moto, 300; Knwithnra, 300; Koto 150;
.Mukal, IHO, ami Mntsudu 100 shares.
Entries for tho Hawaiian Kennel
Club's bench show which Is to bo bob
wbllo the Kleet I hero, nro coming in
lapldly, and In such shapu ns to prac
tically nssuro tho entire success of tho
Kntries will closo about tho 81b.
mid In tho meanwhile things aro live
ly, A number nt Ihu dugs known to
be among the best hero hao been
promised tor tho show.
The judge, Cr.uillchl, Is expected on
ho next Alameda, which Is duo about
The Chicago Kxamlncr featured with a soft lilt 0 lisping accent, u li
the. Hawaiian -delegation at tho Chl-ilke an othe- In the world,
cago ((invention. The Ismio or Juno ' I'eople think we arc nil e.innlhnla
If, contains excellent pictures of Mrs. ' In the Hawaiian Islands," said Mrs.
Robertson mid Mis. ltoblnson, who. KoMukou "llul we havo flno homes
accompanied their husbands on their and gardens and churches and
mainland tour. Among other things .schools. Htcrj'ouo can read unit
given by tho Hxninlncr Is tho follow- wrle his own language, anil Hon
ing Interview: I Ilsh, too. Is kshi'ioU by nearly every
Among .all the gathering of fair ' one.
women which this convention has at-1 "N'oliody' tliln'ts or locking their
traded perhaps none Is more Inter- : doors anil win lows there. AVo nlwayrt
estlng than tho wives or tho dele-1 leave them wide open. It Bccmcd o
gntest from tho Hawaiian islands, Btr.inge when I first came to San
Mrs. W. T. Itoblnson and Mrs. A. (1. iKranclsco lo h ic tho houses till lock
M. ItobertMin, who united In Chi- ed up."
cago Sunday morning from the West., leaves Politic:! b Husband
lloth nro of native Hawaiian ex
traction with an admixture of Kuto
pcan bloods. They nro graceful,
pretty, hoft-volccd llltlo women mid
Mrs. Uoblmun Is .1 motherly look
ing llltlo wounn with calm brown
ejes which re lo 'ted no worry about
Iho family of eight children shn bad
possess nn eluslvo charm of manner left In Hawaii with their grniidmotli-
MiggcMhc of the delightful dreamy . or. She seemed more Interested II)
Idleness, balmy air mid mild sun-'Chicago thru la the convention,
shlno of their native Islej. I "I leave pollllCH to my liushi'.nd,"
I fflnlltl'nnp n Parri. 0.
lloth speak Hngllsh perfectly, bull
(Continue:! on Page 2)
Tale That Alameda
Sank Flies About
Kxcltemrnt prevailed on tho water
front this morning, and. In fact, nil
ovcr.li wn, owing to a rumor that Hie
Al.imed.i hnd sunk with all hands, nt
ho.i; Questions Hew about, phono
messages canio In a stream to Irwin j
k Co., tho agents; everybody was
asking mid no uno answering.
Then n cnblo came from tho San
Krnnclsco Marino Exchange, stating
that she had arrived safe In San
Tho most excitement of all was
caused at tho vailing of tho Manna
Ken. Though the report had been
circulating slnco early In tho morn
ing, It was evidently new to most of
tho people collected tlieie. Sho had
a ery largo crowd on board, mid n
rommensurato ciowd'on tho wharf,
saying adieus. When It began to bo
talked about that tho Alameda had
sunk, excitement Immediately ensued,
801110 of the people Micro had frlcnda
or relatives on board the Oceanic
' boat, and wore forced to sail Away
t on tho Manna Kca. without learning
for certain how much truth was In
tho terrlblo report.
Kor theso anxious opes, the trip of
tho .Mauna Ken to tho next port
where Information enn bo got will ho
a long 0110.
The origin of tl o report Is hnriler
to trace than the murcc'of U10 Nile
It Is 0110 ot those things that every
nno has b"ard trum lomrono else Ac
companying speculations as to Its
truth or faltlty, tho remark Is often
made that the fellow who started It
had little to do.
Ono tulo has It that tho report
comes rrom a cablo which was re
ceived hero by a Chinese merchant,
ami which someone or other saw, mid
mentioned to someone or other else.
Another tato Is that It originated
among some of the firemen In tho city
tiro department. And there are other
At all events, the Alameda nrrlvcd
in good time, and all right, mid tho
rumor amounted to no moro than a
A GREAT JPPORTUNITY
The groat bnrgilus that aro being
offered In men's wearing nppiirol 1ms
noer been equalled In Honolulu bo
fore whlcli nro being offered nt pres
ent ut Iho I,. II. Kerr store. Trousers,
woolen suits, ttruw and felt lints, aro
all going nt your wn price. This U
tho tlmo lo Ii ly cheaply to fit your
Volf for Iho lb ot.
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
Our long-delayed shipment of the well-known "Broad
walk Barefoot Sandals" have arrived.
We now have them in all sires, both in Black and Tan.
Prices from S5.25 to S2.50 ,
Manufacturers' Shoe Qompanv. Ltd,,
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." -TEL. 882.
ux.s tuiii ax., jiouoiuiu
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