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VOL. X. NO. 4045
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. JULY 6. 1908
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To Rear-Admiral C. S. Sperry, Commander-in-Chief Atlantic Fleet
Hawaii wishes you, your officers
awaits your arrival with keenest interest and heartiest welcome.
PEAR Y SAILS NORTH
NEW YORK, N. Y July 6. Explorer Peary's shin Hoosevclt has
railed fcr the Arctic Ocean, carrying Peary equipped for another dash to
DENVER, Colo., July 0. Judgj Gray and Governor Johnson have
not been withdrawn as candidates for the Democratic, nomination.
Gufley, anti-Bryan, has been chosen National Committeeman from
The National Committco is considering- contests.
LINCOLN, Neb., July C. Bell, who will bo the temporary chair
man of the Democratic convention, is flood-bound. He came here to
confer with Bryan on the opening speech.
REMOVED FROM PROPAGANDA
ROME, Italy, July 0. Great Britain, Holland, Canada,' and the
United States have been removed from the jurisdiction of the Roman
ARSENAL IS BURNING
PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, July..G. There was a Arc and explosion '
in the arsenal of Third City today.' It is still burning.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 6. The Socialist party have named
Martin R. Preston of Nevada for President and Donald Monroe of Vir
ginia for vice President.
. m i i
Woods rlere Promoting1
.lost Woods, who Is In tuko tlio lilow Into town this morning, nrilv-
best bull-players of the United States Ing by the Mongolia, .less Is going
on a tour of tlio Orient this winter, ahead of t'.ie hunch, to smlltlt the
nml will incidentally hnvo the big way, so to sneak, and was saying
fellows lilay hull here next February, (Continued on Page 6)
Honolulu Enjoyed .
lloholulu'H coir lira! Ion of tho
l-'uurth of July was quiet. Save for
tlio desultory crack ot n loncome
Jliccr.ickcr and the occasional boom
ut a glniit bunib, tlio motnlng was
liioic silent than usual nut! would
hardly have i.uggestcd tlio glorious
Kimrtli In u joiingslcr of tho States.
Crowd thronged tho beaches, nil
day, mid overy 'bathing facility was
The fortuitl parade by tho National
Cuard began at lul(-pnst 8 in tho
morning. Theto was n largo cinwd
In tho Capitol grounds to hear the
I'xciclsos, uniler tho ouspTcos of tho
Pons of tlio American Revolution,
which, weio given thoro. I'. C. Jones
was tho orator of tho day. llu de
nouiii'fd tho pioposcd suspension ot
tho co.iktwlso Khlppltig laws ns being
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.
SORIVEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGGANS.
The Prices On These Goods Have Made Them Popular.
CORNER OF FORT
unpatriotic mid done, In tho Interests
of tho Japanese over thoso ot tho
Or. V. 11. Cooper o"lllclalcd at tho
meeting ns chairman. Itov. 10. T.
'Simpson mndn tho Invocation, unil
,ho was followed by MI-iS Allco Spald
ing, who read tho Declaration of In
dependence. Master Alii, a student
of tho Rojnl School,' lead mi essay
on "Tho American Flag," which
showed ii Keen Insight into tho' his
tory of tho early country.
lion. I'. C, Jones delivered a stir
ling mill patriotic nddtcHS on tho
Hiibjett "Our I'oicfnthers," at tho
Jcloio of which ho inado Mimo oxtem
I poriineoiiK lemarKs on tlio proposed
suspension of tho Coaslwiso bhlppltlg
AND nOTEL STREETS.
Itov. E, W. Thwtiig. Theodora Rich
nrds. Dr. Ilunipliiis and John Mnrttu,
hnvo been rubpoemed to appear be
loro the l'cdcinl Oriuid Jury, which
Ik now In fcssIcii. This fnco hccaiuo
What the Inquisitorial lio.U1 hos In
inlnd, or whit matter has been
hrotraht tn Its not Ice, bus not been
nisrlo pulillo o, nor Is It known, hut
thu probabilities arc tint tho prize
fight episode' w 111 he revived.
Judge l.ludsay's Court.
Afong ease; ronlinucd,
Judgo Do Holt's Court:
Tonltory v. Manuel Ciuzj con
Judge HohliiiHm's Court:
Kstnto Mnrg. V. Carter; Master's
Judge Dole's Court:
Tho A.-II. H. 8. Arizonun at rived oft
pint about press time this afternoon,
coming from the Sound, thence Juno
27th, with general freight.
The Kxecutlvo Committco of tho
licet mot today una, Hppioprliitoit S250
for decorating tho Wilder building.
The Transportation Committco will
endenor to raise money to pay tho
carfares for tlio men in uniform.
.Senator Dickey Is opposed to a box
ing match If charges weru Hindu and
rims awarded during tho stay of the
Territorial Delegates to tho Re
publican Convention J. M. Dowsctt
and John C. I.nno iclurneil this morn
Ing fiiitu Chicago In tho Mongolia.
Iloth enjoyed tho trip, although only
Dowsctt got a (.cut In tho convention.
"A. (i. M. Hobortbon anil I wera
thu only onus of Hawaii's delegation
wlio wcto seated," said Dowbctt. "Ho
was plaieil on tho Committco on
Utiles iiml I got on tho Committee on
IteMiltitloiiH. I heard homo very flno
ileh'itlng there, mid on onu occasion
I attended a committco meeting
which lasted from f o'clock In tho
afternoon until 4 o'clock the next
"Wo hnvo one feather In our rnp.
nnd Unit is that wo got through the
proposition giving Hawaii six dele
gates for tho next convention. Wo
fought for that together with tho
other Territories, and It Is now posi
tively assured that wo will hnvo such
a delegation." ,
Tho Wuhluwa plne-plckors defeat
ed tlio Walpaluts nt Waliiawa yester
day by a score of 13 to 8.
The new Accident Policy of the
Standard Insurance Company pays
$5.00 for1 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
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Juno 29.
Tho initial stops of tho Journey of
tho 16 battleships around the world
-.vctc taken vostcrduy afternoon when
the Glacier anil tho Culgo.i, two aux
iliary vessels, steamed out of Golden
Gate harbor bound for Honolulu. Oth
er auxiliaries will follow In couples.
The Arethusa and AJnx will probab
ly sail today or Tuesday and the'Uc
llcf and Panther Wednesday,
Tho t dissembling of tho warships
for tho big cruise is well on Its way.
There arc It of the battleship now
In tho hnrbor. The Wisconsin Is ex
pected today. Tho Kentucky arrived
jestcrday afternoon from llrc'mcrton
navy jurd. Tho Mihsourt, though
ready to put to sea, wni. ordered to
icmnln nt Mare Island until Wednes
day, when It will Join tlio others. Tho
Rhode Island, Kenrsnrge, and Vir
ginia aro expected to bo In tho har
bor not later than next Thursday.
They have been undergoing a gener
al overhauling at thn Ilrrmcrton
navy yard. -The Relief, which Is now
at Maro Island, will Join tho Fleet
Tuesday and sail tho next day,
Tito 1C battleships will leavo San
Frnnclsco nt 2 o'clock July 7, with
tho Connecticut leading. They will
bo in Blngle column, tho regulation
distances separating them.
Tho crutso of tho torpedo boat flo
tilla ended on Its arrival nt San
Frnjiclsco. The torpedo boats and
destroyers havo nlroady been amal
gamated with tho Pacific Float and
will remain on this Coast.
Tho battleship Nebraska, Captain
Nicholson,, arrived In port lato yes
terday afternoon, thrco das from
llrcmerlon, nnd Joined tho Fleet In
$350 M PARK
What tho Honolulu Park
Commission cannot got from
tho County Supervisors, It Is re-
tclvlng In contributions from
ruts morning Keeper Alox-
nnder Young of tho park re-
eelved a check for $350. from
Mr. nnd Mih. (Icorgo I. "Castlo
to bo used In tho purchase of
a team of horses to draw tlio
water sprinkler, Tho County
haR not been nlilo to nffonl this
necessity. Tho very thought-
fill and .very liberal contribution
of tho Castles will go u.long way
toward improving tho park, and
giving tho park Improvers
what they need to work with.
This is not tho first tlmo tho
fr Castles havo quietly helped
Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St Phone 15.
WANT ANYTHING TO EAT,
HERE'S WHERE YOU'LL
GET THE VERY BEST.
A. Y. CAFE
News of tho trip of tho yacht Ha
waii was received In today's mall.
Ray Heltow, writing to his parents,
tells of thn trip up nnd William Wat-
crhousc In a letter to C. T. Wilder
tells of the prospects for the trip
I.nt. 31:31, Juno !, 190S.
Today Is Tuesday and nt 2:30
o'clock we will bo out (.oven days.
Wo aro still heading north, hut nro
icady to start for San I'cdro ns soon
as we can get a fnvnrablo wind. Yes
terday tho wind hauled around to
tho south, hi we aro heading N. n.
Tho trip to far has been simply
dandy, with the exception ot tho first
two days out, when It v.-ns quite
rough mid wet.
Tho cook Is doing good work -
dishing up u regular litau every day.
I am getting a great appetite, and If
I keep on I will not be ablo to get
Into my clothes.
I havo to stand watch with tha
rest of tho crew four hours on nnd
four hours off. It was pretty hard
at first, hning to get up ut mid
night or 4 n. in. to stand watch. I
have been foxy, though, nnd after
standing nt tlio wheel for an hour
or so 1 take a blanket and roll up on
deck, mid have a nap.
Tlie wcathei"hoa' simply .lrcnda.n:
dy with a very smooth sea, Thouays
aro quite warm, but the nights nro
what innko you want to get Into
your bunk. My warm clothing has
como Into good use In fact, I am the
best fitted out of tho whole bunch.
Mr. Stroud Is wearing ono of my
woollen shirts iittthc present time.
(Continued on Page 4)
DAY FOR HOME RULE
Monday, August 31st, tho Territo
rial convention of tho Homo Rulo
party will meet at 12 o'clock In tho
Knhlllaulanl Hull for tho 'purposo ot
electing candidates for various elect
ive ofllces In tho Territory and Coun
ties. Tho candidate for Delctcuta to
Congress, probably Charles K. Not
ley, will be. selected ut that meeting.
This date wns set by tho president of
the Home Rulo party, subject, how
ever, to tho approval ot tho execu
tive committee, which meets tills
week on Thursday, Tho, Maul dele
gates nro expected to arrive hero on
tho Claudlno on Thursday, August
27th. Tho Konu delegates wilt got
heio on Friday, tho following day, in
tho Maunu Loa. The-Manna Kca,
bringing tho llllo people, will como
in on Saturday, nnd thn Kmialans
will reach hero early on Sunday
morning, tho 20th.
As yet, no matters of particular
Importance havo been given out for
publication, but It is generally sur
mised that the Homo Rulo and tho
Labor parties will ftibo beforo tho
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET. .
a good voyage, and
Ministers Back Up
lata Move Against
This afternoon Sheriff laukc.i will .men nnd women, but I do not think
begin his campaign against the own-'that It le right mid it docs no good,
crs of the properties nt Iwllel which (for they will go right bjck ngafn. I
uro being used for Imiiior.il purposes, jliiitu decided to irjlhy ihu owneni anil
Notification will bo sent to the own
ers that they must stop such practice.!
nt once, nnd If they do not comply
tho police will furnish the necessary
evidence for cases against them, Thu
complaints will, Iiowomt, liae to bo
sworn to by tho crusndurs against
vice, as thu Sheriff declines to taku
the responsibility for doing so.
This now- pliasu .of thu Iwllel mat
ier was dlecusscd this forenoon nt a
meeting of tho Ministerial Union, nt
which Inukea nddrcssed tho mciubeis btich clrciinufmccs.
of that Institution, ns welt us I'. l I "It Is now up to )ou and the bust
Jones and I,yIo Dickey, who had been ness conummlty to consider thl bo
bpoclaltr Inxlted to bo present ,fore I proceed." hn continued. "I pro-
"First of ull I want to thank ou pore to go cftrr thu most primlnciit
for thu support which tho police hnvo ones, und I tell sun to that you may
iccclvcil from jour bunds." Bald Iho know. If ou Insist on prosecution,
Sheriff. "This is u matter of the en-.who I will procL.vl iigalnst."
forccment of tho law has reached such I
a Btugo that It has becomu necessary '
to enforco It, If we aro to close up
Iwllel. After I had decided to close
tho plneo I called with thu Chief of !
Detectives ut tho placo and It was
closed. Nono of the women enmo
back then, except thoso who llvd
inero, inn since men iney nave lomo.nwi "i miuiumi imif.i:.. i. ww.vi
hack, and they'nro. there now
"Tho question now Is what Mep
shall bo taken. They hnro been ad
vised to go 'back aiwt sou what tho po
lice will do. Wo havo niado sonic ur-
Lrests and havo gathered romo evi
dence. Now comes the tlmo to discuss
with you tho proceedings which are. to
bo taken. I am ready with tho evi
dence to proceed against tho owners
and tho ngtuts, but not tha women,
Tha owners mid agents know that
prostitution is going on thcro anil it
Is not difficult to get evidence.
"I hnvo been requested to nrrest tho
Mangoes For Hawaii
From Manila Groves
Kdltor K von Ing II u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
The public have taken such a kindly
Interest In my vcntiiro to Introduco
mangoes from different parts ot the
world that 1 thought letters received
from Mr. Donald Mclntyre, who Is
now In the Philippines, whera ho
was sent for the special purposo nt
securing snmn new varieties, might
bo of Intorestr.
In my previous ventures from In
dia, out of tho 15 or 18 varieties
safely landed hero only four havo
thus far produced fruit nml of thesn
ono Is extremely fine. It has given
mo much pleasure tn distribute not
only the fruit hut to, ns much ns
possible, scat tor over tho lslnnds
theso varlotlcB Inarched onto Hawaii
Judgo Robinson this rsornlng
handed down an opinion overruling
tha demurrer Interposed by Attorney
Humphreys In tho casn of the Tcrrl-
tory of Hawaii versus Dlanch Mar-
If you are man, nnd if you arc looking for some swell
white shoes at a low figure, read this:
Men's White Buck Oxfords $4.50 a pair '
Men's White Canvas Oxfords '
, $1.50, $3, $3, and (3.50 a pair
ALL GOOD-QUALITY SHOES, AND WELL MADE.
Manufacturers' Shoe. Company. Lid,;
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable
ngents of the property nml to proceed
against lliein, ns to my mind they nro
us responsible In Ihu cycu ot tho'law
as tlio lowest prostitute flicro."
The Sheriff proceeded to nail tho
sections of tho law which providu that
tho owner or rgent of properly uted
for Immoral niitnopcK shall he l roso-
e.uted after he has been notillcd that- .
Btich a condition exists on his prem
Ises; and also tlio kocIIoii which glo
him the power to cancel a leaso under
After some more remarks on tlio
fame subject tlio Sherirr i-xliiniicii n
map of Iwllel rhowlng tho names of
tlio property owners,
V. C. Jones and several othera want-
ten to Know wiiciner ino ponce wiuiiu
proceed ngittuit tno ttockholdeia in
tho coiiii,iiiIoh controlling property
inns Bciuldor pointed out that thin'
lonlil tint be dono under tho lavv.jus
only-'Ik? officers wqui held ruso.iB
Ible, mid this evidently caused uomo
A ' general 'dheu'slon followed dur
ing which the Sheriff liioila tho Mate
ment that hu had been Informed that
the business community Iot ?10,00 n
month by thn closing ot Iwllel. Ho .
nlso stated that he Intended to pro
reed ngiilnst tho owners of property -not
only In Iwllel, but all over tho
town. In this connection ho' men
(Continued on Page 4)
an seedlings that Is, tho Hawaiian
seedling of two years' growth Is at
tached to a branch ot tho tree from '
whlrh the propagation is desired, nnd
when firmly attached Is then separ
ated and tho top of tho seedling re-,
moved. This process Is somewhat
slow, but Insures tlio Identical typo.
My experience ntlho gardenB horo
has been tho same na that ot oxperl- !
mentors in other countries that tho '
cholco varieties rcntilro much euro
anil attention und cannot bo loft .to j
euro iur iiiemsoives us ine oruinary faviv
Seedling mango Is left. In Bombay .vjM,
tho cholco varieties sell for from SjgvKl
to 10 cents each, while tho seedling M I
or ordinary mango sells nt 1- or2;v..;
'. (Continued on Page 5) -r -
tin. "Ulanch Murtln wuh Indicted by
tho Grand Jury, nnd had tho demur-
ror In her casn been sustained, it
would practically hnvo meant that
Iwllel could legally ho kept running
House." TEL. 282
023 FORT ST., Honolulu