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VOL. X. NO. 404?
IO PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. JUUWO. I908-IO PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
Capt. Carter Fined
S25 In Police Court
Ueulonnnt Cnnnir.ndcr J. I Cnr
(it, U. 8. N., whs flncil Zo hiiiI costs
In llici 1'ollto Court this morning foi'
lln cow.ttdly iuisault ho committed on
Itepoilor Muoio 011 tlio Naval Stutlnu
grounds Inst Krlilay. Carter lnndo 110
ilrfcnso whatever, but notcl mi ap
peal In the Supreme Court on points
of law, namely: the. question of Jurls
1II1II011, which was picbcnlod in n
plea, of nliatcnicnt.
After tlio cases of n number of utli
cr nfTenilera bail been called and dis
posed of. Caller's nanio was railed,
mid bo ndwmced to Die spare reserved
for tlio defendants. He was loprc
inntcil by tlio firm of Kinney & Marx
through M. F. Prm-sor, nnd U. S. Uls
trlrt Atlomoy IlrecKons.
1'iosser slated Hint tlio defendant
would enter n plci In abatement, in
which lie would ndmlt tlio facts al
iened In tlio louiplnlnt against I1I111,
but would nilso tlio question of tlio
Jurisdiction of 11 Territorial court to
try a case which bad taken placo on
n Todcral icrcnatlon. Ho wanted to
h.ivo tlio Couit reserve this question
to the Supremo Couit.
llrctkons entered bis nppcaranco
for tho defenilant, hut mndo tlio stutu-
IW1LE1 MUST CLOSE
"I mndo a nominal liicpccllon of
Iwllcl hst Wednesday night, tbp night
nftor tlio notices to clobo tho bawdy,
ImucctiOinil been sent'.to the owners
u:vl agents," cald Sheriff laukea tills
morning. "Only cno of these places)
had been closed, namely that situated
111 tho Hunt ostato pioinlnos, Tberol
was nut a soul there, but all tho other I
p'nees were rpiurently running list
usual. 1 am going to glvo tho men
who lna been uutllled, sumo lltdo.
limn, probably until Saturday night,'
in wbleli to cIofo up tlicso phecs but
II Ibey hue not compiled by that tln.o
1 will luivo (ho complaints again
them mndo out,"
Oocrnor Frear tlite morning re
ceived mid shook huiida with tho nicm.
bers of tlio Santa Clara nnd Kelo bane
ball teams. Tho boys wore then tak
en through tho thtono 100111 nnd
i bow 11 other points of Interest In lli
W-" ""l-'""" P3 "iV -CP
Swell double-breasted suits in blue ser&e and black un
Light weight, half-lined, and tailored by
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.
We sell extra pairs of light trousers to go with th:m,
making practically two suits.
Stop in and see them. They're natty and fit perfectly.
N CORNER OP FORT
AND KERN NAMED; DEMOCRATS AD
incnt that he wlxliej It to co on tho
iceord tb.it he appealed In his official
icapailly In regard to tho question of
juifsillcllan only, nnd, not In lcgard
I to any defense on tho facts. This
reservation on the part of Ilrccknns is
quiet tho criticism of him that has
jbecn general of appearing In defenso
of n man in the Police Court and then
supposedly profecciitlng him In tho
Federal Court, lly many It is con
demned without qualification.
Judge Andrado stated that ho bad
not tho power, like tlio Circuit Court,
to leservo qtiestlnns to tlio Supremo
Court, and County Attorney Cath
rart, who conducted tho caso of tho
prosecution, suggested that tho de
fense ngree to tlio formal overruling
of tho plea' In iibnlemcut, in which
raso tlio matter might bo taken dt-
leet to tlio Supremo Court.
At this point it was discovered that
tho charge against Carter hnd not
jet been entered, unit this was dono
Tho plea wns not ready, nnd on n
question by JlrccKons as to whether
the plea was to be overruled or not,
It was decided to consldor tho pica
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KALAKIELA WILL BE
CHIEF OF SLEUTHS
Sherlrf Iaukeu has appointed Jack
Knlaklel.i, who bold tlio position of
Deputy Sheriff during Sheriff llrown's
administration, mid who slnco then
has held 11 position under Dopuly Sher
iff Jnrrett, to take tho place of Chief
nf Detectives: when that odlco is left
ncant by tbu icslgnatloii of A 1.
Tnjlor In September. Inukca tatoi
today that KalakloU had long been
In tho portico of tho department an J
deserved tho promotion, and further'
moro tho tlmo left for him to servo
nfter Taylor's withdrawal waB too
short to Justify tbu breaking In of n
WANG WONG SUED
; BY RIVER MILL CO.
In tho matter of the lieu claimed by
the Ilhcr Milt Company against tho
premises of Helen on ll.unm for tho
bum of $1 10 58, suit hits been hiatight
agalnct Wong Wong for that amount.
Wong Wong was tho contractor who
built thu liouso for Helen von Datum
mid ho piuchnsed tho material, which
has not been paid for.
Kino Job Printing at the Bulletin
AND HOTEL STREETS.
-ih; yin- 1
"It Is not (rue Hint any of tho Ilnp-
Id Tinnstt men on tho Kiimehnmehn
baseball team will not be allowed to
play In tomorrow's gnmo."
This Is tho statement mndo today
by I,. Tenncy Peek of tho Ilnpld Tran
sit Company In response to tho story
that tho Ilnpld Transit Intends to ro
fiiFc to allow Us employes on tho Kn
mchnmeun team to piny ball tomor-
iow nnd henceforth.
"Thcro was 11 general understand
ing weeks ago with tho malingers of
tho Icaguo tint when tho i-'Jcct was
hcio nnd the street-car service pushed
to Its utmost cnpaclty, the men would
have to attend to their cars first.
"I can iissuro you, however. Hint
tlio Hnpbl Transit will do everything
In its uowcr to arrange to allow tho
Jimiig men lo play In the games sche
duled, but oii can understand that
with tho service Increased from 23
cms to 45 wo shall have to draw on
nil tho nvnllablo men. Wo notified
tho managers of tho leaguo of this
foino time ago and they assented to It
without tho slightest objection."
200,000 TONS OF
Sugar Factors Still Have
120,000 Tons to.
The Sugar Factors' Company has
completed Us statistics for tho month
of Juno, showing, that during that
month 13,059 tons of its sugars have
been shipped to tho mainland. Tills
makes tho total of tho sugars of the
company shipped this year until Juno
::0 amount to 3U1.G41 tons.
Tlieio 1110 nt present 45,237 toiiB of
tho compaio's sugars afloat, whllo so
far this ycir 250,381 tons liavo already
reached their destination. -
Tho Sugar Factors' Company has
(till about 120,000 tons of tho present
trop to ship. This will nil bo seni
nwny during tho nnvt threo months,
nnd by October 1 all Its sugars should
have left the shores of Hawaii.
Tho local brewery may go Into tho
sake mamif.ictutlng business.
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
ICE CREAM FOR
Our Ice Cream is famous in Honolulu
A. Y. CAFE
We respectfully solicit or
ders from clients who ap
preciate intelligent brok
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
023 FORT.ST., Honolulu
LOVING CUP SENT
TO LOCAL CHAMBER
Hawaii Carries Valuable
Present from San
Tho yacht Hawaii Is bringing to
theso shores a loving cup which is a
present from the San Pedro Chamber
of Commerce to tho local Chamber
and tho Promotion Committee. Noth
ing was known here about this val
uable item of the yacht's cargo until
today, when tho following clipping
from tho San Pedro Dally News was
The loving cup presented to tho
Chamber of Commerce and Promo
tion Cominltteo of Honolulu, by tho
Chamber of Commerce of San Pedro,
was received last night by Mrs. O, C.
Abbot,!, who headed 11 cominltteo com
posed of Mesdames Foot, Williams,
and Jtlchardson. This committee rep
resenting the Woman's Clubs of San
I'cdrp, made tho selection of a sult-
iiblo cup of solid silver, gold-lined,
nnd beautifully inscribed In tho fol
"Greetings to tho Promotion Com
mittee and Chamber of Commerce nf
Honolulu from the Chamber of Com'
merce of Ban Pedro, commemorating
tho Trans-Pacific Yacht Ilaco and
Harbor Day, July 4,J08."
The, cup will bo Kiui"in charge of
Captain Harris of the yacht Hawaii,
on tho morning of July 4, and ho lias
stnted that ho will blow tho mast. and
rigging out of tho boat If necessary in
nn attempt to carry tho cup Into tho
Ijland harbor ahead of hla American
competitors. The cup will bo placed
on exhibition In tho office of the San
Pedro News Company this morning.
Mm.' Abbott and tho commlttco se
lected by her, deservo congratulations
for tho correct tasto displayed by
them In tho matter of selection of tho
cup, which Is beautiful both In do
sign nnd finish.
CULGOA JOINS U.S.
SHIPS NOWIN PORT
Refrigerator Ship, In
This Morning Two
Tho refrigerator Bhlp Culgoa ar
rived this morning from San Fran
cisco, leaving only two of tho attend
ant fleet which is preceding tho Ar
mada yet to come Into port. She
docked about 10 o'clock at tho Naval
wharf. Hours beforo she camo In, as
early as yesterday morning, in fact,
she was signaling tho news of her ap
proach by wireless, to tho Glacier
(Continued on Pact) 4)
Our next Fruit Boat
H1L0NIAN, JULY 14.
Island Fruit Co.f
72 S. King Si Those 15.
J. flopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
At tho meting of tho Fleet Execu
tive Commlttco this afternoon, Capt.
Merger of tho Hawaiian band was
present and outlined tho program to
bo given during tho fleet week. Ho
mado quite a hit among tho members
present nnd Judging from tho general
outlook of tho thing. It looks ae if tho
band would bo Increased during tho
stay of tho fleet.
"No liquor for tho band," sold Dcr
gor. "I want to gUu good music to
thu men of the fleet, hut 1 cannot do
it without getting soma moro men."
Tho baud question was referred to
tho Fleet Entertainment Commlttco
lo site up tho prospect and report.
Kdltor Cfcorgo Henshall, of tho la
wallan Star, who has been in Sun
Francisco, stated that ho had called
on Admiral Spcrry on tho flagship
Conectlcut, who stated that tho men
did not want to havo football games
while hero. Two or thrco baseball
games wcro about enough. After fav
oring tho committee with necessary
information, Henshall was 'thanked
for his services.
rresldont-Perlcy Homo of tho Ka
mahemaha schools Informed tho com
mlttco by letter that a rest station
with necessary writing materials and
cold drinks would be provided for tho
men, Tho Iilshop Museum and the
school buildings, Including tho chapel,
will nlBO be open to tho men.
Mr. Home was voted thanks "for his
Chairman Richardson of the Trans
portation Commlttco, Col. Jones of tho
Decoration Committee, V. B. McStock
cd of tho Commlttco nt I.argo and C.
II. Dlckoy of tho Information Com
mlttco all reported progress.
BY LOCAL SHIPS
Expert Tried To Reach
Flagship But Was
Manager Dalch of the Wireless
Company is In receipt of a letter from
Exnort Isbcll which states that ho wai
unable to call tho Connecticut on ac '
count of tho Interruptions of tho cs
scls which nro now In tho harbor.' Ily
arrangement, Isbell calls tho flagship
at 9 ocry evening, but Inst night ho
could do nothing on account of tho
calls sont out and tho talking between
tho tenders In port and tho Arcthusla,1
From 9:09 until 9:in last night tho
Culgoa was calling tho Arcthusla;
from 9:10 until 9:12 tlio Glacier was
calling tho Arcthusla; from 9:12 until
9:13 tho ArethtiBla was talking with
tho Culgoa, and from 9:13 until 9:11
tho transports Sherman and Sheridan
wcro talking together.
Manager Dutch will confor with tho
opornlnrs on board tho ships now In
port and ask that they refrain from
culling ift this time In tho future,
Thcro Is a rumor, brought down
horo in tho Coast flics, that tho Mat
ton Navigation Company is negotiat
ing for tho purchnso of tho Mariposa
and tho Alameda.
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DENVER, July 10. The nomination of Bryan was made at 3:40
this morning after an all-night session.
The vote was Bryan 882 1-2, Johnson 46, Gray 59 1-2, with eikht
The nomination was made unanimous by acclamation and a scene of
wild enthusiasm was enacted in th: early morning hours. The conven
tion adjourned till this afternoon, when the nominations for Vice
President were to be taken up.
Johnson Worth Kern of Indiana was first named as Bryan's running
mate. New York named Charles A. Towne of New York City, and Arch
ibald McNeil of Connecticut was. presented to the convention. Clark
Howell of Georgia, named for Vice President by Folk of Missouri.
Many States seconded the name of Kern and as one after another flock
ed to his banner the other candidates were withdrawn and Kern was
nominated by acclamation.
The delegates thoroughly tired out then voted to adjourn.
"Who's Who" says of John Worth Kern, lawjer. born Howard Coun
ty, Indiana, Dec. 20, 1849. Graduated University of Michigan 1869; re
porter Supreme Court of Indiana 188 C-9; Stute Senator 1892-6; City Attor
ney Indianapolis 1897-1901. Unsuccessful candidate Governor of Indi
ana 1900-1904. Received complimentary oto of his party for U. S. Sen
ator 190S, '
AT EIGHT KNOTS
SAN 'FRANCISCO, Calif., Julv 10. Wireless messages received
from the' Atlantic Fleet report the ships proceeding at eight knots and
640 miles from port.
The cruiser St. Louis recently arrived from Honolulu sailed today
for Bremerton Navy Yard.
Tom Watson Accepts
ATLANTA, Ga., July 10. Tom Watson today formally accepted the
nomination of the Populist party for the office of President.
. Tho Jury In tho, caso of tho Terri
tory v. Manuel Cruz havo disagreed
and their report has been handed Into
Judgo Do Bolt. They wcro thereupon
dismissed by tho Court. Tho caso has
been a hotly contested ono from start
to finish as might bo seen from tho
way tho Jury stood, six for acquittal
und six for conviction.
Now York potlco aro shadowing Haf-
facllo Pnlizzolo, a former member of
tho Italian chamber of doputles who
has arrived thorc. Ho was twlco tried
for murder in Italy, being acquitted at
tho second trial. "
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From tho San Francisco flics it Is
learned that tho officers of tho Tonya
Maru woro dlssatlsflcd when thoy
reached tho Coast with tho showing
the steamer hadf mado on her maiden
vo)ogo. They aro supposed, from (ho
captain down, to havo handed in their
resignations this movement taking
In only tho English officer of tho
boat. Hut, a denial of this wns print
ed in ono of tho Coust papers, and it
Is not absolutely crlflablo hero at
first hand. Hackfcld & Co., tho agents,
havo heard nothing nt It, nnd tho re
port Is not believed tfiero.
Anothony Comstock, head ot tho
New York Society for tho Suppression
of Yico, Bays his socloty will fight tho
shcuth gown, whether worn by chorus
girls or members of tho 400