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VOL.,X. NO 4050
14 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII SATURDAY. JU!
II 1908-14 PAGES
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JOHN W . KEEN
Ths DcraocrAtio. candidate for Vice President is the only man on the
Presidential list of cither party who is not. already widely known. ,Taft,(
Sherman, and Bryan have had a country-wide fepntation. 7ontt w Kern',
is an Indianapolis lawyer and for many vears has' been an active leader ,
in the Democratic circles of his State. Judcfcd'frtm his jihotopfanhjie,
will carry the hirsute honors ofi tha Presidential dent whateycrre-,,.
suit in other directions., . . qt m" i ' i'"'-' ',',. '
Admitting Hit assault wlilih ho com
mitted upon Reporter Mooiu of tin
I) u I lot In, Captain Curler Iihh hlg-
i.lflcil hi Int 'itlim or r-iriylni: th
capo to tho Si'piri'm Court uf.thu
Torrlloiy mid tho UnltodJ Slate's; if
neressaiy, on tlio Jurisdictional! sldo
or tho matter alone. From uvorylnU
cation, It would seem Hint tho vliojo
j niiosltlou Is to get Cnrti'r In n pos--ticn
t thai, In' can slide, nut of tho
rise with Hio utmost case, rind graco
anil vjlliout tho slightest reflection
Tho fact iUimtHH that ho has been
found guilty of nrsault. Tho
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making" practically two suits. ,
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iloeument In which ho announces his
Intention of curbing tho Jurisdictional
matter to thu Supremo Court Is very,
ae-p Interrstlitg, caijccjilly imtnccmiiH
riif'tho orirJntiitoiit niliulsslnifiol'lCitrloi'
ftiiJliu musaultt It ii'hi(viis'tyiy&s'. bow
' titled I'F.tl. MoorA! atjilulVcur'i
, Ntfw comes tho r.dcfrnd:utt nliqvo
'named In Jiist'Mi. proimr perron aud
to. this Uonoi'able.CourUby tfny
)nf plc.ifitr tho Jtrtlsdlo'tjon of, ! this
Court tr) tuvltdofcndnitt 1111(111 llio
ihaigu herotofoio filed lieieln, as fol
lows: (Continued on Page 2)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
SAYS ME NEEDED
Only One Slate Placed
In Nearly Ail
' The election of officers of the Ite
publleun pteclnct clubs took placo
List etenlng. There were no rowB
'and only In a few precincts were
, more thun one not of candidates plac
ed In nomination. The result In the
town precincts were as follows:
1st I'KCCINCT, 4th DISTRICT
1 S. M. Kunakitnul, president: W. U.
lire and Jno. Cnssldy, 1st vlee pres
ident; Dun Logan, 2d lco president;
S. K, Knmaloptll, secretary; Isaac
Harbottlc, assistant secretary; Chas.
,T. Dartlett, ttcasurer.
Judge: J. K. Aea, II, Van Qleson",
'and W. C. King.
I Executive Committee: T. P. Ctttn
mlngs, D. Kulauokalanl, A. F. Clarki
II. I'aoa, A. I.. C. Atkinson.
I 2d PRECINCT, 4th DISTRICT
I The nominations for the Manoa
precinct wcro put through without
opposition and seemed to ho generally
satisfactory although not more thau
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"The new Innd Bales agreement
which has been recently announced
by Oovornor Frcar will glvo an lm
potus to the Bale of land to tho gen
uine, homesteader such as lias never
hoforo been felt In tho Islands," stat
ed Land Commissioner Pratt this
morning. "In tho first place, tho fact
that no Interest will bo charged for
ton years mid the low rato of payment
iiskcd.-wlll appeal to the man who
wiintHl.togo' out on a tract of land
uml-mtko the place his homo. '
H'l"? (lrst'pleces'oMand thht toll!
be liulfioti tho mnrkcfwlll probably
bo the Pupukca tract, whfch 'Is com
posed of .about G6I rio'es.i this being
divided now Into six lots.' Twenty
acres In each truct' sold 'will bo about
(ho avrrago amouht'of the" best qual
ity of land passed 'Ouf'to each man.
At I'lipukea thero are about 200 acres
of land that is excellently1 suited for
Ijlpeapplc cultivation, and the rest ot
it is .suitable for tree-planting or
other agricultural development.
When Secretary Garfield was hero ho
stated that It was his opinion that
between ten and thirty acres, twenty
on tho average, would bo tho propor-
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-" Every order you give will
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and a1 report sent to yon at
once. ii'i .
We charge the regular
commission of the members
of the Honolulu Stock and
923 FORT ST.? Honolulu
It Is roportcd that tho resignation
of Chief of Detectives Taylor Is duo to
tho fact that County Sheriff Iaukea
signed a noto for $101), borrowed from
io or tno leading uto keepers or
Sheriff laukca saltl today: "The
only reason known to mu for Taylor's
resignation was on account of the
djnamlto Incident. I needed money
and asked an officer of mine If ho
knew .whom I could) get It, Next
morning ho told ma I could get It
from P. Isoyo. I gae my note for
$100, and took It U nhen due, I
needco tho money to meet certain ob
ligations. It was my ron private bus
iness.. Thero was 11c graft, nor will
there ever be."
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 11.
A wireless from the flagship Connec
ticut states that the Fleet passed the
transport Sheridan yesterday. The
Fleet is practlcingevolutions jrt let.
BISLEY. Erie., July 11. In the
international shoot today of the Olym
mo games the American revolver and
rifle team won the world's champion
ship with England second and Can
HONDURAS APPEALS TO COURT
TEGUCIGALPA, 0. A July 11.
Honduras has sued the republics of
Salvador and Guatemala in the Cen
tral American Court of Justice.
charging her sister republics with
nromotine a revolt within its bor
ders. This is the first case to be tak
en up by the new court created to
keep the peace in Central America.
ALBANY TO 'AMAPAL'A
" WASHINGTON, D. C, July 11.
The cmiser Albany has been ordered
to Amapala on account of the Hon
SHOOT ?.0 REBELS
EL PASO. Texas. July 11. It is
renorted that twenty Mexican rebels
will be executed at Chihuahua.
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Sugereitions Called For!
By Those In Charge
Tho fleet committee has issued tho
following tcntativo program for the
entertainment of tho officers and men
of tho fleet. It wishes that nnjono
who has any amendments of, or sug
gestions to make will submit them be
foro tho committee meeting next Mon
Thursday, July 16.
'. M. Daylight fireworks by Jap
anese Entertainment Committee upoD
arrival of Fleet.
8 o'clock "Man of tho Hour," Ila
wallan Opera House.
Friday, July 17.
A. M. Parade of 240O men of Fleet
Hlshop Museum 9 to 5,
P. M. 1 to 6 Wild West Show.
1:30 Baseball, Anla Park.
7:30 Doxlngj Wrestling and Tug
of-War at Sporis Pavilion.
8 o'clock Flcot ball at'Waiklkl.
8; o'clock "it an of tho Hour,"Jl
wallan Opera House.
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UNCLE SAM'S SEA
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Relief MS OhXJPMc&t
Seen Here '
The U. S. hospital ship Relief, In
command of Surgeon V. L. Stokes, ar
rived In this port this morning,
about 8 o'clock, from San Francisco,
one day ahead of time. Lying at the
foot ot Fort street today, she at
tracted a good deal ot attention by
bcr queer appearance. Sho Is a tier
deck, and looks a good deal like a
houso blocking tho end ot the street.
The Relief Is a very Interesting
vessel, built about 13 years. ago for
use on the Maine coast, and converted
at tbp time of the Spanish-American
war Into an army hospital ship. Sho
wax fitted up at a cost dt about
1200,000. Ileriwards, now emptyi
have a capacity of about 200 enlist
ed men and, 30 officers. All the very
latesl surgical apparatus Is aboard;
X-ray and operating rooms arc mqd
els ofgood equipment. ,
Coming down here, sho steamed at
about 13 knotH an hour, though she
Is a very fast vessel, with a steaming
radius of 4,000 miles at 19 knots an
hour. Though she, has been aatd to
look like a "ferry boat," on account
of her tier decks, covering her fore
and aft, she Is a good boat.
F. L. I.ecnln Is her master. The
first officer Is K. V. W. Keen, who Is
very wcl known hero, and has a host
ot friends In this city. He was. for
merly on the Alexander and on the
Justin, running Into this port.
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Score by Inn. 18 3
'The line-up as ns follows:
Kelo Sasaki, ss.j Kukuda, c.j Kan
kl, 3b.; Abe, 2b.; Kiiyama, p.; HIgo,
lb.; Tnkahara, If,; Murakuml, rf.; Ka
Punahou Hart, rf.; Hampton, p.:
Kla, eft; Brims, If.; Burns, ss.; Hoogs,
2b.; Marcalllna, lb.; I.yman, c; Hen
Frank Thompson throws tho first
Wholesale Liquor Men
Get Arizona Charter
To protect their Interests tho
wholesale liquor dealers of tho Ter
ritory hayo Incorporated, and now
'stand as an organized -body. Several
months ago tho dealers filed a pell
.'tlon for -a charter., with Treasurer
Campbell, but nothing over came of It,
and In the meantlmo'they, havo Incor
porated In Arizona, It Is understood
that a maio of, red tape which the au
thorities oclopus-llko enveloped the
proposition In, Is responsible for tho
taking of' the charter outnldo of tho
Under 'the articles of tho charter
tho purposes of tho corporatoln ate
given as follows:
"To encourago tho development of
trado and commerce in the Territory
of Hawaii, and to assist Its members
and tho business enterprises of tho
Territory of Hawaii generally In dels
Ing. recommending and promoting
such measures as may be desirable
and expedient In the Interests of tho
trado and crmmerce of said Terri
It now seems that Honolulu will
have twelve ships at a time whon tho
Fleet arrives. According to Informa
tion which comes down by the Are
thusa, and, while It Is not official, is
given credonco here, and supposed In
Naval circles to bo about tho correct
information on the disposition of the
Bhlps here, three divisions, or twelvo
ships In all, will como hero. Ono di
vision, or four ships, go to Maalaea
Bay, Maul. Two of the divisions com
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ball. The Kelos go to bat first.
Sasaki lilts the first ball that Hamp
ton throws, uer second base and
steals second. Kukuda sacrifices, and
advances Sasaki to third Kankl
strikes out. Sasaki is caught playing
off third base on n throw from i.yman.
Hurt walks, Hampton bunts and
bents the ball out to first. Ho ad.
vanccs Hart to second. Hart Is caught
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Thu capital Mock of the nssrclatlon
Is SS.OOO, distributed In n hundred
Kharcs ot a par value of')50 each. Tho
names ot tho original Incorporators
are as follows!
A. Wlrtr, It. J. nudity. William
Mshman, Chas. O. Jluttlett, I). H.
1-cwls, Itoburt F. Uingo.
Among the officers and members ot
the association are tho following.
William Mshman, of Macfarlano
Co., president; Chas. O. Dartlett, of
tho Honolulu Brewing and Malting
Co!, vice president; It. J. Ilucfily, of
Peacock & Co., secretary; D. II Lewis
of Lovejoy, treasurer; II. F. Lango, ot
Hoffschlacger; W, l.unz, of Schacfer
& Co.,; floiisalvcs & Co., and A. Wlrtr
or Hackfcld & Co.
Tho directors of tho organization
hold their first meeting )esterday af
ternoon for tho purpose ot authorizing
tho proier officers to Issue tho stock.
Of this nl ready eighty per cent has
Ing here will como Into this harbor
and coal, while one division will lie
outside, and will proceed to Maut
when tho other four thero havo been
Though It cannot bo stated positive
ly, this sccmB to mean that Honolulu
will at one time and another have all
the ships of the Fleet here. It also
means that harbor accommodations
will be pretty well filled, with eight
of tho big fighting machines Inside.
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