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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUnSDAV, 3ULY J, '190S.
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A Clearing Event Absolutely-Unprecedented
merely a Special Sale of
certain articles, but a
Isa Every Department
Big. Ships Started
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and sold for cash only
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EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 675.
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made,
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF-WINES AND
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-mado and painted leathel
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
crs and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant,
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before bhown Here.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT !
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
(Associated Prcsn Special.)
San l'miirlseo, .Inly 7. A rplchdld
plctuin of America's fighting strength
cm tliq rca was prcHcnttit today, when
tho fifteen battleships of tho Atlantic
Meet, led by thu iiiaiinlllcont (Jounce
tltut with Hear Adinlrnl Carina S
Sperry on tlio lirldgc, headed tint of
tho Golden tlato nnd hathed their
bona In tho hlno Pacific. In Imposing
array they patscd bejond thu head
lands, out of tho lor of tho thousands
of cheering watchers on fhoro and
Blnrtcd fairly on tho long oyago
llnuiigli lio seas f i urn San rrnnclscu
to Iliunpton Hoada a striking dem
onstration of tho power nnd ofllclcncy
or tho United States navy.
riftocn buttle ships wore- In the lino,
divided Into four divisions, and two
Ecpiadtons. In thu 111 fit division of
tho f!rnt squadron wcro tho flagship
of Hear Admiral Sporty, lliu Connec
tlcut, mill her sister ships, tho Kansas,
Minnesota nnd Vermont. This divi
sion, ns well an tho entire fleet In im
dcr tho Immedlato coinmaiid of Hear
Admlial Sperrj. Tho second division
of tho first squadron Ih comnianilcd by
Acting Itear Admiral Itlchard Wain
wilsht. nnd cuniUts of tho flagslilr
Georgia nnd her slBtor ships, tho New
.Icrsey nnd Rlicxlo Island.
Itear Admiral William II. Kniorj
comnmndH tho second mpindron und
thlid division, nnd la aboard of the
flogslilii Louisiana. Tlio Vhglnla
Ohio nnd Missouri nlKi mo In this
Tho fourth division, under tho com
mand of Acting Rear Admiral Beaton
Schroediir, Is made lip of tho flagship
Wisconsin and tho Illinois, Kcarsarge.
and Kentucky. Tho Nebraska nnd
Wisconsin, formeily of tho I'aclflc
(loot. hao taken tho places of tho
Malno nnd Alabama of the Atlantic
fleet, which are en ioiiIo to Hamilton
Roads mi n special scrlco squadron
Tho Ikct nuxlllnrlos pieceded tin
tiattlcshliis by a week, nnd arc now
ncarlng Honolulu, where thoy will tin
load supplies and sail awa ror fsew
Zealand beforo tho arrlvnl of tho fleet
at Honolulu. Theso nuxlllarles aie
tho Panther, icpalr ship; (llacler, ic
frlgeiator mpply nlilp; Culgoa. supply
ship; AJa, collier: Ilollrr, hospital
chip and Yankton, tender and des
Tho battleships which sailed today
on tho longest uijagu eer undertak
en by such n powerful Meet during
which they will completely encircle
UIU WlirtU, IHM1I llUlllllk.Ml i.UMUO lu
Hampton Roads, have, a total tonnage I
of 18G.100 tons. Tho (loot Is cnpabtil
of steaming on on average of ten knots I
an hour under any sea tiinditions, and
Is following nn Itinerary which will
bring tho ships to Manila on October
1, 1908. Tlio complete route from Ma
nila to Hampton Roads has not jet
been definitely announced, but It Is
expected that tho fleet will nrrlo at
Its ultimate destination during tho lat
tcr part of Kobriiary, 1809, when It
will bo Joined nt Hampton Roads h
most of tho other ships of tho Amer
ican navy then on tho Atlantic Coist
and this great Meet of war vessels
gi cater oon than that which scattered
In San Kianclsco Hay on tlio morning
of May Cth. nnd gi eater than tho ono
that assembled nt Hampton Roads
December 10 when tho present record
breaking ongo began nnd whero It
will ngaln be rc lowed by President
Roosevelt Just pi lor to his going out
Tho fleet Is scheduled to urrlio at
Honolulu July Hi.
The bhlps of tho Pacific fleet, which
assembled hero pievlously to the de
parture of tho battleships for Hnmp
ton Roads, will remain In this harbor
until August 5, at which time they
wilt start for Samoa and tho Philip
pines, with tho llttlo black boats com
prising tho Atlantic nnd Paclflo tor
pedo flotillas In tow. Preparatory to
this nununor oyago of tho Pacific
fleet, a snuadion of tho ci niseis will
take somo or tho torpedo noats in tow,
und steam down tho Pacific coast as
(ar as San Diego by way of a tost of
tho possibility of towing tho Utile
ci aft for long distance's. Tho towing
In Samoa nnd tho Philippines Is con
tingent upon tho success of this ex
periment. Admiral Dayton, now In command
of thu Pacific fleet, will letlru August
1, and It Is considered proba'alo thai
Admiral Sulnuuino will succeed him
In command of tho Pacific fleet and
tako It ncioss tho Purine and back.
Pollowlng Is n complete list of the At
lantic fleet, tho commanding officers
and tho formation of tho various dlvl
blons: r '
Rear Admtinl Charlos S. Sperry,
Connecticut (riagshlp of Sperry),
Capt. Hugo Ostcrhaus; 24 gnus, 10,000
ions displacement; 10,500 horsepow
er; speed 18 knots.
Kansas Capt Clius. E. Vrccland.
sister ship to, tbo Connecticut.
Mlnnesotn Capt. John Ilubbnrd,
slater ship to tbo Count ctlrnt.
Vermont Capt. Wllllnm C Potter,
sister shop to tlio Connecticut.
Hear Admiral William II Hmory,
commanding second squadion and
Louisiana (riagshlp) Capt. Ken
until Nllcs, sister to fhc Connecticut.
Virginia Capt. Alexander Shaip,
bister to tho Oeoigln.
Ohio Capt. Charles W, llartlett, 20
guns; 12,500 tons; 10,000 horsepower;
bpeed 18 knots.
Missouri Capt. (Irtenlltf A. MerrI
am; Bister chip to Ohio ,,
Acting " Hear Adinlrnl Heaton
Wisconsin (flagshlpl Capt. Henry
Moiicll, 18 gumi; 11,52', tons; ll.UHG
horsepower; speed 17 2 knots.
Illinois Capt. John M Uowjor, sis
ter to Wisconsin.
Kcarsarge Capt. Hamilton Hutch
Ins; 22 guns; 11,523 tons; 11,954
horsepower; rpced 1C.D knots.
Kentucky Capt. Walter C. Cowles,
fclstet to tho Kcarsarge
Panther Repair Bhlp Commander
Valentine S. Nelson.
Olncler Refrigerator supply esscl,
Commander Wllllnm S Hogg.
Culgoa Supply ship, Lieut Com
mander John It. Put ton
AJax Collier, mei chant, comple
ment, Jos. liutcfiins, master
Yankton Yocht-llku tender or small
dlspntUi boat; Lieutenant Command
er Clinrlcs P.. McVny.
Holler Hospital ship. Surgeon
Charles I'. Stokes, commanding.
ALL PARTIES CAN
USE THE STABLES
Thomas P. Cummins tho now roafl
supervisor, has mudo n new i tiling In
so far as the uso of government
stables Is concerned. Ho decided that
If tho Republican party should use
tbo utnbles as a inciting plate, the
other political parties tan hno them
too. , . tyTtTtfi
"Tho stables In question am govern
nient property." said Cimimlns, "nnd
tho people nro entitled to uso thorn
when I am asked."
This step taken bj Cummins Is el
deutly pleasing thobe outside of the
Republican circle. Sonic of tho Home
Rulers and Democrats said jostoida
that they would cndtaior to hold
metlngs In tho government statues
v. Inn tho campaign commences. The
claimed that this prlWltgo was out ol
their reach In former dijs nnd the)
aio now rejoicing that Cummins bus
Cbtabllshed a new method.
Take a Shot At
Well Supply You with Guns and Ammunition
at the automobiles, baggies and car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE VS.
W. W. fight Co,.
Street near South
The Wockly Edition o the Evanlng
Dulletln gives a campleto summary cf
'rfie new? of the day.
G00 G Boom Cottage at Kapahulu.
Lot 50 x 100. Easy Terms.
) FOR RENT:
$17. Modern Cottage, Hotel St., 2
$25. Large, Airy House, Kaimuki,
on Car Line, !i Bedrooms, Over 1
Acre Lot, Bananas.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. Ho. 74 S. KING ST.
The following have genorously do
nated tho uso of their automobiles fot
tbo Pearl Harbor excursion for tin
officers of tho Atlantic fleet, Mouda),
July 20, and will either drle their
own machines or supply a chauffeur
All automobile owneis who mo will
Ing to contilbuto to tie entertainment
of tho officers of tin- lleet nro request
ed to communicate with tho Pe.ii
Harbor subcommittee of tho Lnter
lulunient Committee room -Oil, Jiidu
building. To da'e. tho list Is as fol
Hon. A. S. Hirtwell, A. Lewis. Jr.
I. II. Castle, (Icon,. DaUes, C. Hcde
tnann, L. T. Peck. A C.urtloy, Capt. C
W. Otwcll. n. J alltr, J. T. Warren
l- C. Athertou, P (' Jones, J. A. Ken
nedy. Dr. T I:. Clark. Dr. O. K. Wall
J. V. Morgan, l)r II V Murray, Paul
M. lsenberg. Dr. W C Rogers, Catton
Nelll & Co, Ltd.. Henry Along. Dr. I
K. Cofer, O. P lknUon.
Last evening for the first time, there
was presented b the management ol
tho Empire tlieatie, n film, 1800 feet
long, of pictures or tbo fleet coming
through thu Cnldin (Into and In and
about San Francisco Hay. Thoy weto
really icmarkablo plcturos, being
theorcd tltno and again as they were
being mn olt. The climax arrived In
tho shape or scenes from tho floral
parado at Santa Darbaia, during tho
fleet's, stay llure wheu tho Jacklcs
wcro bhown In the lino of march, fol
lowed by a battle with loses, tho audi
tnco went wild with excitement. The
management Is to bo complimented
for Its success In securing good pic
lures, nnd paitlcularly tho I'lcot pic
tures, thoy being far superior to nny
shown here, oen nt higher priced
houses. No man womuti or child
should fall to visit tho Emplro tho
Tho performance b tho I.umley
Company nt the Oiplieuui Theater last
night was ono or the nest piescnieii
heio since Its arrival Tho play, was
tlio "Ilacheloi's Romance." Lieryono
or tho pin) or made a hit and the audi
ence, thoiiKli small, was greatly
pleased. Richard Iluhler, tho leadei
ol tlio company Is ceilalnly doing his
best to give the eager theater-goers
their money's worth Ho will appear
In tho strongest mulndinfmi tonight
at tho Oiphtmn and It ;ls expected
Hint a largo ciowd will bo them to en
llion tho plnjers whllu In action.
Washington, Juno IC Secretary
Tnft leceliod iuformatloii today that
his joiing daiigliler Helen Ileion Taft.
who graduated oarl In Juno fioin Iho
Ilaldwln school in llrn Mawr, has
won Penna bcholarshlp for tho best
entrance examination to Rryn Mawr
college, I Miss Taft will ontor Bi)
Mawr next September.
rTIHE coming of the Fleet affords a rare chance for
you to get fine pictures pictures that you will
beglad to have and proud of having taken. Such a
grand spactacle has never before been seen here and
may never be seen again.
Everything favors the man with the Kodak the
dear Honolnlu air, the grouping of the vesselsand the
easy access to points of vantage insure some very re
markable Fleet Pictures.
Get yourself a Kodak now, when it will do the
most good. Or bring out the old one, and we will
overhaul it and clean it up free of charge.
Don't wait! ' Don't miss your chance ! Get
your Supplies now ! The Fleet will soon be here
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
"Everything Photographic" Fort nr. Hotel
AMOY ANIN'S HUSBAND
Tho Occident will meet tho Orient
In matrimony In Oakland next Mon
day. Rockwell S. Chapman, club
man, Pacific Coast agent for tho
Amu lean La France l'lro Uuglno
M.umfai tilling Company of Hlmtrc,
X Y proprietor of a garugo nt 400
Cioldeu (late acnuo, is to marry
Mls3 Aiuny Anln, dntighter of Y.
nln, ono of tho wealthiest Chinese
buslno-is men of Honolulu. Tho wed
ding will bo extremely quiet, sayB
the Kxnmlncr of Juno 27.
Miss Anln Is tho only daughter of
Y. Anln of Honolulu, one of tho
wealthiest residents of Hawaii, nnd
head of tho Y. Anln Compnny nnd
Oahu Mnikct, and related to tho fa
mous Ah Pong fuuilly of Honolulu.
Miss Anln was graduated from tho
convent of tho Slstcts of the Sacred
Heart, Honolulu, Her mother Is n
native Kunnka and her father n full
blooded Chinese Sho passed two
jours In China,
Tho marriage was postponed two
weeks ago becauso Ml.-H Anln was
stricken with pnaumonla.
MUs Aulli said lust night that the
mnrriago would tako placo at St.
Mary's Cathedral. Following tho
marrlago Mr. and Mrs. Chapman will
leave for Lake Tahoe, where they will
icmaln for two weeks. On their re
turn they will make their home In
Miss Anln nnd Mr. Chapman met n
year ago In Ban Francisco shortly nf-
tr the )oung woman had como to tho
(Ity. Miss Anln Immediately toolc up
her residence with tho family of Dr.
Wong Him. Her apartments are ele
gantly furnished with Oriental splen
dor and nro said to bo tho Uncut in
Chapman refuse 1 to discuss his
wedding when wen last night.
"It's nobody'u business, and I will
say nothing about It," he declared.
BASEBALL PASSES ARE
ALL CANCELLED TODAY
All baseball passes for tho Hono
lulu Baseball League gamci will bn
innccled today, und new onm Issued
nil along tho lino. This will make
quite a rush for the ticket men, but
Is ncees.sary befoio tho games on Sat
urday, which aro really differentiat
ed from those of the preceding p.ilt
of this season"
Grand Minstrel and
To Be Given By The
St, Louis College
POPULAR I0CAI AMATEURS
Under The Direction Of
Mr.- 'Sunny' Ma
Hawaiian Opera House
JULY DTK AND 11TH.
Tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company Is to give mi exclusion
which will fitrnlbli Honolulu people
with tho best Imaginable opportunity
to seo tho arrival of tho Fleet. Tho
Manna Loa, Claudlne, ami possibly tho
Klnau, will bo usod for the puiioso.
They nro to steam out ai.ca 1 of t'.ui
time tho ships nru expected, going to
Wnlnlae, close In to tho shore. When
the Fleet has nncliored these vjsselr.
will ttc-ani around It artordlng n fine
low of the big fighting midlines.
Tho reception committee and thu
band will go out In tho Muiinn Loa. A
number of t-Ins will b-s mado wbllo
tho ships are nt anchor, tho fit nt prob
ably to bo fiom 10 in tho morning to
noon. Tho bhlps with tho slghtseoiB
on board will go out ptohably about
Id Koko Head, nnd then inu't aroii'ii
Iho Fhlps, kecplug i.ll tl.o lime in
Tickets will probably ba hard to net,
ns un early uisli is expected. Tho
chnrgo for tho trip will bo 2.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
IRWIN CUP RACE IS
NEXT YACHTINQ EVENT
It has been decided that the tegular
schedule of tho Hawaiian Yucht Club
will bo followed, In spite of tho fact
that tho Ueckley Cup raco cimo out
as a fluke, and will hae to bo sailed
ucr. I)) following tills plan, tho
Hockley raco may be sandwiched In at
almost any time.
And, accmdln,; to this plan, tho reg
ular raco for tho Irwin cup Is to bo
Milled Sunday week, tho 19th.
Papers hae been served on Frank
J, flotild In New York In tlio suit fur
uhxnlutu divorce brought by his wlfo,
who was formtrly Miss Helen . M.
,50c., 75c, $1.
Entered for Record July C, 19C8,
from 10:30 a. in. to 4 p. m.
John W Kalita und wf to Mnj Marion
W Hmulry , ,...1
Mrs Pen Kiilnma ami hub to Mrs
Murloi W Hendry D
J S Azoedo to Lam Wo Sing L
Kolo.i Sugar Co to United States of
America i , .. AL
Clans Spreckcls & Co by titty to II
Watcihousu Tr Co Ltd TV AM
Louis T Kenako and wf to Attliur H
Henry Otttal to W Q Hogers? M
Entered for Record July 9, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Jon Ilurgos and wf to Manuel Dur-
nns . i I)
Deoigo Mortis to Arcoulo H 8ln 1)
Mrs Pulevla Uml to luda Palla Hoi
Fine Job Printing at the Dulletln. i
Mr. Richard Buhler
And The Incomparable
THUB8DAY EVENING, JULY 0TH,
The Silver King.
MONDAY JULY 13.
"WHY SMITH LEFT HOME?
Bv special arrangement with Har
old Bassctt, Mme.
the Prima Donna of four continents,
will aapcar in operatic selections dur
int; the evening of
FRIDAY, JULY 10, and
TUESDAY, JULY 14.
Prices for these two evenincs: Or
chestra Stalls. $1.00' Dress Circle.
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