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From San Francisco:
Alameda July 10
For San Francisco:
Korea . . a f . . . ..Tlly 8
Marania July 2t
Aornngl Juy 22
VOL. X. NO. 4048
103 Are Examined;
38 Teachers Pass
Or.c bundled mill eight IcnrhcrH
foul; tliu ru"cut teacheib' cxuiiilnu
llons, anil mil of this immbbr lull
thirty-eight iccelvcd cerllllc.itcs, I'ivo
papers were tlirciwn cut because nf
dishonest worlt In tlic examinations
There wore two flrst-elats certificates
'granted, cght sccuncl-clnn, nnd twenty-eight
third-class. One second-class
u'icp mid onu thlid-cl.iBH worn
thrown out entirely because of cheat
ing. Tho othcrH woio among llio
lanks of tlic many wlm did not pass
Mm. Milan S. Mndek of tliu llulelii
school, on Kimal, was one of tlio two
to iccelvo a Mrst-clars ccitlllcatc, tliu
oilier name being withheld by le
qucst. On ari'ount ot the fuel tliat Koine of
tlie teachers whoi'e marks did not
unite. Justify tlielr being given cer
tificates arc doling mil knowlcdgo In
I lie outlying districts, sunh iih Komi,
nnd tliercfmo making It linrd to get
someone to tnl.o tlielr place!), these
will lie retained In n great many lu
Muiiccs. Thine who received seciind-Llut.s
certificates are os follows: Mm.
Chill lotto l-owilon, Miss Sophia llcer-
Wiieie Detective Force
No foimal notice has hcen given hy
Chief of D-tertlveJ Taylor of his In
tention to icslgu fiom the police de
linrtmcnt, hut ho has told tho Sheriff
that ho Intends to do mi In Septem
ber. In tho pollco etatlon It Is the
general Impression that this step Is
the result of friction between tliu do
teitlvo foreo And tho other branches
of the department, and that this has
culminated In tlio affair between Tred
laiikca and Dutc-tlrc Itccvca, who U
Taylor's rlghl-hanil iihin. This Im
prcBslon Is bomewliat Htiengtliencd hy
J the rtiitcmciit of tliu Sheriff to tho
effect that there has been consider
able friction, but Taylor stales that
this has nothing to do with his action
which, ho nays, has for a long time
lubt been contemplated by him. How
ever, tlin practical result may bo tho
discharge of tho entire ilcteetlvo
"As a in. liter of fad, I only Intend
Swell tloublc-bicastcd suits in blue scree and black un
Light weight, half-lined, and tailored by
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.
Wc sell extra pairs of light trousers to'go with th:m,
making practically two suits. . ' , , ,
Stop in and see lh;m. They're natty and fit perfectly.
CORNER OF PORT
2:80 EDITION ' ' Thert 's no rcason for summardullneseShe Bulletin
ADVANCING AT TElf KNOT SPEED
STIRS UP IAUKEA'S POLICE FORCE
man, Uiuls Tclxclrn, D.inl. Knlnl,
Miss Mil lam Kaiihane, 'Miss (liisslul
Muller, mill two others whose names
lire withheld. I
Those, who iccelved third-clans cor-'
I Morales are as follows: Miss .Martha
Ncllicn, Mrs. Clara Moliuninla, Miss
Christiana Cert, Mm. J. I). Kokl. A.
KsCnthcnit. Miss Amoy Aklna, Miss
Mary Kamakiilwl, M. C. . Ilaptlste,
Miss l.oulsn llapal, Mlsj Myrtle
Klihns, Miss Daisy Sheldon. Miss
Uirlstlana I'lnkler,, Mrs. I.ticy
Wright. .1. N. Konioiniia, Miss Cath
r..i.... M ii.ipt. mi.,., i ...itn MniArn
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Mini Mho PiuiB, (ico. lUKer. VMw.
'Ktkuowti, Mofos Miil;iUtui;i, I.wt K.
' ft. !.. 1.' 1 U...IU.,. t,j r A .!,...
iviiunvi i i ! . tJiiuiiii;. nun, tt t jiiijiim.
Miss Mary K. (lohter, Alfred Prank
lln, ltoss Hall,. Mm. C. II. McKcnzle,
one tin own out.
On account of (he preparations In
flooring for tho Reel Hall, llioto will
he no dance at the Seaside this cei
ed to stay In this position for n
year," said Tayjor this forenoon,
"nnd this was tho undoistundlng
when I accepted tho position. Wheit
I left for tho Coast It was my Inten
tion to leslgn after my return, but
Bhortly mfter that tlio explosion oc
emrcd at my house, and 1 did not llko
to resign just then, us it would look
too much llko cowardice Now I will
stay until September, as I have a oiim
her of eases which will conio up about
then. My wife lias become very ner
vous ocr slnco I have held this posi
tion, und this Is one of my reasons for
"Tho Ilecvcs affair has nothing
whatover to do with my icslguiitloii.
It did not affect mo In tliu least, ex
cept possibly ns a matter of discip
line. Thoro Is nothing behind my
move, certnlnly nothing of a political
character, I am not seeking any of.
(Continued on' Page 5)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
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lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY' Ofc HAWAII. THURSDAYrJUl. 1908 IO
Land Commissioner Pratt
Dreams of Fuiure
On the (uol shores of llnniilei, Ka-
mil, whole (ho breezes from tho
nortlihiinl blow softly, where the
scenery Is beautiful, and conditions
nro Ideal, whero tho bathing Is per
fect, no (oral, am) no sharks, where,
--wiieie, etc., this Is tho place
where Land Commissioner I'nilt
would hno n new Monterey or New
port, or, ut any rate, n summer re
port whero palatial palaces or cuto
(ountry ottagcs would rear up In a
spot especially intended for such a
purpose by D.itue Nature.
This Is tho dream of n Land Com
missioner, a drcani which. If ful
filled, would transform llanalcl Into
ono of the most beautiful retreats for
n summer's outlngyor rest In tho Ha
waiian Islands. Mr. Pratt Is enthu
siastic over the place, as well ho mny
be, stating that It has every ideal
condition In every seaton, nnd espe
cially during the hot blasts ot a trop
ic summer, when men In tho cities
are swearing and celluloid collars nro
tin Impossibility, then It Is that lla
nalcl can bo truly appreciated, for,
belng'on tho north side nf tho Island,
cool breezes blow briskly contlrutnlly
amf fan awuy the stilling heat Anil,
ugnliw sliello'rcd hy the ridges Jutting
out on each point of llanalcl harbor,
tho torrlblo, tempests tear out their
fury on tho rocky outer coaat with
never a storm for the lucky ones who
have bought Government lots nnd
erected residences along tho beaten
Land Commissioner Pratt has hcen
figuring on this sort of a proposition
for many moons, but has novcr beforo
had tho courago to spring It on an
unsuspecting public. However, this
morning ho stated Hint tho lots
would soon ho open for salo to thoso
who desired to build Ideal summor
residences on un Ideal spot.
AT PEARL HARBOR
Are Finisned Today;
Boring Still In
Soundings at l'earl Harbor aro be
ing finished today. Tho boring Is
btitt In progress, and tho work of tho
draughtsmen on tho sounding propo
sition will bo long In progress yet.
In fnct, It Is scarcoly likely that it
will be finished by the tlmo tho
Schrocdcr Hoard bits hern, but In caso
enough Is dono to cover tho placo
where work Is actually to bo dono,
for Instance, this Is all that will prob
ably bo necessary.
WJe respectfully solicit or
ders from clients who ap
preciate intelligent brok
erage service. '
Every order you give will
be executed to the letter
and a report sent to you at
We charge' the regular
commission of the members
of the Honolulu Stock and
jCULGOA HEARD BY
Auxiliary Meet Coming
Fast Into This
Tho fleet of auxillnrfes nnd ten
ders which precedes the big l'lect, is
coming Into port In dally detach
ments. With tho Glacier In day be
fore yesterday, the Panther, Ynnk
toit, and AJax In yesterday, the Cut-
go,i was tnlklng with the Glacier by
wireless this morning, and It Is prob-
ablo that she will make port this aft
ernoon, together with the Itcllcf, hos
pital ship of the armada.
The Panther nnd the Yankton, re
pair ship mid dispatch boat lespect
Ively, rumo Into the harbor shortly
after I o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The Panther Is In command of Com
mander V. S. Nclbun, nndtthe smaller
vessel Is In charge of Lieutenant
Commander II. .K. Glsc.
The Yankton Is very Interesting In
vlow of tho fact that sho Is a con
verted yacht, first launched ns tho
Sapphire, owned by nn Hngllsh gen
tleman, nnd later purchased by Sarah
Dcrnhardt, and rcchrlstcued the Cleo
patra. Then sho became the prop
(Continuedon Page 4)
D. KahMELIO IS
(Special llullotln Wireless)
Wnllukii. Maul, July 9. H. P.
4 Baldwin has recommended D.nld 4
f Knhuulello for the position of
County Attorney for tho County
of Maul, left vncunt by tho res-
Ignntlon of Dan Caso.
Thoso who assisted In tho capture
of Korean counterfeiters, and who
succeeded In jmttlng a quietus on tho
making of bad money, will bo reward
ed soon for tholr labor, nccordlng to
a letter rccohed by United States
Marshal Hendry from Col. John K.
Wllklc, chief of tho United Stutcs
Secret Service Department,
Ho' has- written directing tho local
U, S. Marshal to lssuo vouchers to tho
amount of $30 nplcco to W. O. Crow,
ell, deputy shciirf of Walmea, W. A.
Fetter of llllo, ami W. H. nice, Jr.,
Shorlff Of Kauai.
Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7. -
Island Fruit Co;,
72 S. King St. Phone 19.
ICE CREAM FOR
Our Ice Cream is famous in Honolulu
A. Y. CAFE
J. Hopp & Co.,
CLEVER JAP PASSES
Steward On S.S. Korea
, Works a" Queer
Civil War dajs wero brought to
mind last night when United Status
District Attorney It. w. Hreckons and
U. S. Marshal Ilcmlry madu a flying
crrcst just before tliu Pacific Mall lin
er Korea, sailed away for tho Coast,
of a Japanese utider-stewnrd, T. Ka-.
wagticni Dy iinmo, woo attempted to
palm off two Confederate linnk-iintcs,
ono for $20 and the other for $10, on
Dabs, a fellow-countryman who was
emigrating to this country.
Dreckons received notice of tho nl
Icgcd crime too lato to hold an exam-
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BIIU UI'V D IU UU IIIWIII UIUII WllUIIill"
lly bright, speaking and reading Kng
llsh to some extent, although I'ditor
Shcba acted as interpreter In tho ex
amination this morning.
Kawaguchl tells a somewhat uiiid-dlcd-tip
story, how he merely acted as
n go-between la handling cc(tnln
money. It seems that the Ignorant
emigrant had placed 55 Jen for safe
keeping In the hands of Kauaguchl,
end when tho ship arrived here itslieil
for his money. He was thereupon In
formed that Jananeso money would do
him no good here, mid thu custodian DENVER,, Colo., July 9. Congressman Henry D. Clayton of Ala
elated that ho would exchange tho'bama has been named as ncrmanent chairman of the Democratic Na-
two bank notes for tho Japanese coin
of tho realm. This was dono, but Jt
nonenL iLinZi a
poneso unu landed on tho Btinny snores
of Hawaii that ho discovered that ho
had been bilked. Therefore tho quick
,, nub nin iiu liuiiu nilll 1I1U juiiu,,
man has not been lenrncd yet, for he
has not had his hearing. Ha disclaims
all knowledgo of illegality In tho
transaction, stating that a white man
on tho ship told him tho note's wero
The regular monthly meting of tho
Chlueso Athloll" Club will ho held 111
tho Chinese Y. M. C. A. hall Friday
evening, July 10th, 7:30 o'clock. Im
portant business will come up. All
members urgently requested to bo
8 BATTLESTIPS TO
Rees Gets Cable From
Sperry Will Four
' Coal At Once? v
captain corwln P. llces, commaud-
unt nt thp Navul Station, this morn- members present. Ub touched on tho
Ing received a cable from Admiral necessity of cooperation botween tho
Sperry, commanding ofllccr of tho At- farmer nnd tho business man and
Inntlc Fleet, to tho offect that tho two pointed lo tho necessity for Hawull
colliers, lluchranla and Crngvar, are producing Its own food supplies,
to go to Maalaca Hay, coast of Maul, After being Introduced by Prcsl
nnd wait there to coal eight battle- J dont Smith, Dr. Wilcox, nftor n few
ships. This Ib tho full extent of the general words of Introduction, -and
cuhlo, nnd no further details are offl- after mentioning tho fnct thnt ho Is a
daily known. ." ' - - -
There Is a rumor at tho Naval Stn-
tlon that this probably moans thai
four ships will go to Maul ut a tlmo
to coal, hut ns to whether this Is act
ually tho case, or whether Honolulu!
will get only eight ships at once, lai
not definitely known.
Have you seen it? The new Uni
versal Adding Machine. Come in and
see it demonstrated. Tho Hawaiian
Office Specialty Co., Ltd.
An Excellent Malt Tonic, that is
recommended by all the best physi
cians. It will keep you in the best ot con
dition, other things being favorable.
Drug Co., Ltd.
is a result-getter
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 0.
snip Connecticut of the Atlantic ilect
The Connecticut reports the Fleet
its journey at ten knot speed.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 9.
Tho reading of tho cubic regarding the battleship Nebraska Indicates
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tional Convention, with Urey Woodson os secretary, and John Martin
rgeant-at-ams. The other temporary officers were retained.
Chairman Clayton delivered his address and as the Committee on '
In , ., .. . . , .. , .. ... . ,
I Resolutions, which is .shaping the platform of the party, was not ready to
report, a recess was taken until 7 o'clock this evening.
. James Kerr will succeed Quffey as Pennsylvania's representative on
LUC liailUtUll UUIUUUILCC.
The New York delegation has adopted the unit rule.
John Mitchell, the labor leader, has announced that he will not be
candidate for Vice President.
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 9. The Venezuelan Charge d'Affaires
has presented his letter of recall, thus completely severing the diplomat
ic relations of Venezuela and America.
NEUTRALITY ON THE BORDER
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 0. An agreement has been reached
with Mexico for the maintenance of neutrality on the boarder.
Dr. Wllro"t, the new director of tho
u. D, r-,xpcrniicni muuon, who uutunf
tho placo of Jiircd Smith, made a
speech nt the Comnicrclul Club this
noo w,.c,. w.l8 W0n rcccvcd by tho
If you are man, and if you are 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
S1.50, $2, $3, and $3.50 a pair
ALL G00D-QUALITY SHOES, AND WELL MADE.
Manufacturers' Shoe Company. Ltdi.
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." TEL. 282.
The'Bulletin Vacation Trip
Plan remains open all this year. Any
nirnn may start anv time to win an
outing with fare and all expenses i KM.
No names published. No
contest. Just a little nleasant
PRICE 5 CENTS .
A wireless tclccram from the flag-
vas received this morning.
403 miles out nnd proceeding on
The battleship Nebraska sailed to-
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new arrival here, and would have
gono ton fast, probably, It ho had not
had Dr. .lured Smith as a balance
wheel, he said:
There Is ono phare of tho ques
tion (if farming which Is becoming
Important, mid Is attracting tho at
tention ot many peoplo outside tho
farming class, nnd thnt Is that farm
ing Is "becoming n scientific business.
The United Stutcs Government Is
making tho largest campaign for sci
entific farming which Is In progress
(Continued on Page 2)
5P55? 023 FORT ST., Honolulu
185 S. KINO STREET.