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From Ban Francisco:
Lurline ...I.luly 13
For San Franciico:
Alameda July IS
Mamma July 21
Aornngl July 22
VOL. X. NO. 4)52
That Chairman llallcntjuo of Uio
Hoard of Liquor Cuiiimlsalouris do
llbcrrlcly hrofco faith with lilm In
oricc!ng tiie llcmiio applied fur by W.
C. Peacock & Co. In tho allegation
mado by Jink Lucas, "ex-member, ati'l
It was fur tbnt reason clilefly tluit ho
caw there was no further use Of his
being on tho Hoard, mid thercfoie
' handed In hla resignation.
"'At the tlmo when 'Scotty' Mcs
ton'd npiilicntloii for a llrctiBc camo
nib" Mated .luck this, morning, "tho
vote Blood throo to two ngulnst 'Scot
ty.' llnllcntynb wanted the vote
unanimous, 6t:i tliiK tlfiit 'Scotty' wns
down and mit. and there was no rise
In making n Rjiltt of tho oto. Ileal
Izlng thlH fact, that there wai no
hope for Ktutty, I suggested to Cailoj
Long, who with uic had voted In fn
vor of. 'Srotty,' that we acquiesce' to
ll'illentyno'a r'en.uest. Howotor, bc
finr M) doing, I talked concerning the
place, tcllliiR bow It had been built
expressly for tho purpose or a saloon
and bow It w.ia one of tho oldest-es-tnhllshpd
platen In the rity. There
upon Ilullontyiin stated that If tho
vote wen: made unanimous it would
bo understood Hint a license would
lie granted lo Peacock for tho same
pi entiles. Upon thin condition, Co-.
Ins Lour and 1 agreed to the unnnj;
nious voto ngulnst 'Scotty.'"' ltalTeii
tyne'a statement wan mado In open
"Well," said Jack, "when I saw
bow things weru going yesterday nt
tho meeting, I got n little hot under
the collar. Tho Peacock matter camo
up. Ilallentyno said that he couldn't
too tho need of n unjoon tliere. Once
inure I told bow tho tflnro Vns old-es-tyblhlicd,
how Peacock had been vlr
lu'illy promised u license, and I stat
ed emphatically that Peacock was a
unit who could bo depended upon to
l mi lilR placo respectably.
"Ilallentyno then paid, 'Send for a
man from Peacock's and wo will aBk
bin what kind of a place they intend
"Tills waa too much for me," said
.lack to tho leportor, "and I told
thorn bo In that many words. The
it ml in lty of tho tlijng! To Kond.fo.r a
Man to ask him whnt fort of a' place
be was going to run, especially u
man of tho standing-that Peacock
has, when, Bitch u thing has never bo
foro liccn done!
."For the best intorcsts of tho com
munity, for tho preservation of har
mony, for I certntnly was not lh
harmony with, tbu rest of tho mom
bors, for tho sake of the liquor law,
which i think Is n good one, and foe
my own self-respect, I told them thon
Swell double-breasted suits in blue serge and black un-'
dressed worsted.- .
Light weight, half-lined, and tailored by
ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO..
We sell extra pai rs of light trousers to go with th:m,
making praetically two suits.
, Stop in and see them. They're natty and fit perfectly.
CORNER OF FORT
RIDE CAMPAIGN WINS
Faitf With Him
and there tbnt 1 win going to resign,
and t wasn't inliiclng'ln my language,
cither. Ilallentyno hollered at me to
lit down, but I didn't. I got nut. I
fout.d n typewriter mid dictated my
resignation, and took it Immediately
up to the Governor. Tho rest you
Peacock & Co. am not doing much
talking nt.tlie present lime. However,
to sa'y that they were 'surprised at tho
outcome of tho proposition Is putting
"I have nulling to say yet," Bald
Mr. Peacock this morning, "except
that tho placo known ns tho Itoynl
Annex hiis been In existence for over
CO years, and for 25 eurs of Hint
time I'cacock & Co. bavo controlled
it, Andtln all tho tlmo tho placo bus
,becn under our control there has nev
er be'.'ii.uny accusation of violating
the law directed against It."
Tho following Is a list of names of
persons, and cbi porntlons consenting
to tho Issuance of a llccnbc to Pea
cock ft Co. for u saloon at the corner
of Merchant and Nuuanu Ktrcets,
"ScottyV obi placo:
11. P. lloth, K. M. Watson. N. Fer
nandez, I fj. Weaver, A. V. dear,
Kdwnrd C.'llrown, Wo Kce, C. ilolto,
Y. Takaltu,waltS, De lYecst, Chock,
;T6ng ns nnd for Wing Wo Tnl Com,
panyTE irShnw, S. M. Damon, D. II
Lewis as and for iovcjoy fc Co., N.
Otsukn manager ns und for tho Yoko
hama Spcclo Dank, Ltd., F. A. Schae
fer, T. M. Harrison, J. S. Martin, II.
Holmes, D. H. , Lewis, Ng Chuck ns
and for Ynt Loy Co., Chang Hop as
and for Yco Chan and Co., Tim Keo,
Sang Clian, Kutnyama, U. A. Somma,
J. W. Podmorc, Jas. F. Morgan (Mor-
(Continufcd on Page 4)
f-f-t- -t- -t----t-V -f-f
f EWA CONTRIBUTES. -f
f Fred Wnldron, chairman of tho.-t-f
Entertainment CoiniulttciH ,ro-
f ccived -a letter from Manager f
Itcnton this morning enclosing a V
f draft for 127, which wjib con t rib- -f
f utcil by. tho' employees of Kwa
f plantation for tbo entertainment ,
f of tho Fleet.
The life of our Trade. It keeps
the other fellow moving to catch our
AND HOTEL STREETS.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JULY 14. 1908
Uncle Sam May Takt
Summary Action To
Get Land '
Undo Sam la not n bard ma'h to get
nlong with by any means, but ho
doesn't usually stand for uny Inter
ference or Interruption in tho work
ho starts out to do. And this Is ex
actly whnt I.oriln Andrews of Illlo
will probably find out unless he glvts
tho Government a right-of-way for a
railroad which will bo built from tho
quarry whero tho stono for tho Illlo
harbor breakwater Is being taken, to
the breakwater proper.
II Is up to the Government to se
cure n right-of-way for tho contract
ors In this work, and the route se
lected will carry tho lino over about
three-fifths of an acre of land
lensed by I.orrln Andrews'. Tho
matter Is n smnll one, only In the
neighborhood of $200 being Involved,
but tlie.ro Is somo objoctlon being
mado by the Government to paying
tho price asked by Andrews.
United States District Attorney
lircckons will tend tho deed for tho
llght-of-wny to Illlo today cr tomor
row for Andrew's signature, and If it
is not forthcoming soon, Undo Sam
uel will take the necessary stepj to
condemn tho ctrlp At land waited.
Which all goes to show that' "might
makes right whon Undo Sam is
MAKE PLANS FOR
i MEETING FLEET
Reception Committee To
Go Outside In
As yet thoro Is no definite signal
dcslgnntcd for the approach of the
Atlantic Fleot, but It Is expected that
flvo long blasis of it whlstlj will bo
blown from tho Hawaiian Electric
Company. Chairman Gcorgj It. Car
tor of the Fleet Executive Committee
stated that tho Kcceptlon Committee
would go otit in the Mauna Ixja as
soon us tho Fleet was reported. The
members of the committee wilt bo
provided with tho Fleet badges when
they go out to "meet tho Fleet. No
flowers or lels will bo carried along.
J. A. McCdndleHs,-a member of tho
Kxecutive Committco, called on Presi
dent Kennedy of tho Inler-IUand
Steam Navigation Company this
morning to ascertain what arrange
ments hid. been mado, if any, for sig
naling the approach of the Fleet.
(Continued on Fate 4)
We respectfully solieit or
ders from clients who ap
preciate intelligent brok
erage service, .
Every order you give will
be executed to the latter
and a report sent to you at
We charge the regular
commission of the members
of the Honolulu Stock and
The Bulletin's Great Fleet
Pirate Smith has been caught.
Tho young man who has for many
days eluded tho sleuths of tho local
police und Fort Shorter was captured
by tho local police shortly after tho
noon hour today,
I pctectlvo Joe Leal was riding on
the police motorcjcle this afternoon
near the Kapahulu road, when lie
passed a man who he thought was
Smith. He turned back and found
IhatTno man was really Smith, where
'upon he placed him under arrest. The
soldier was armed only with a cane
and offered no resistance.
Smith Mated at tho police station
that nttcr bo hud eluded the posso Of
soldiers nt Kahaulkl, he went to Mo
nnnliia, whero he stole a suit of
clothes. On the night of tho 7th he
went through town to Knpahulu,
where ho mn'do his headquarters In a
cave nenr the quarry. Here ho had a
pretty tough time, subsisting merely
on papalas and bananas. At the time
ho was captured he was on his way
back from Mollllll. where he had just
purchased five rents worth of pot, b'lt
ho' found that he could not cat It.
The police will turn Smith over lo
tho military authorities, though tho
prisoner wishes to be sent to tho
Tho banks will clnso on Thursday.
tho day of tho Fleot arrival. That
means that the town will enjoy a gen
eral holiday, practically all tho whole
sale and rotall houses having agreed
to closo and all tho Government offices
will obscrvo holiday hours. '
At a special meeting of the Hono
lulu Ilascball Leaguo officials, held
this noon, It was decided to hold tho
games on Saturday, as scheduled, and
not to change the date In order to
give u free Held for tho Wild West
Show, as bud- been advocated. It was
proposed to hold the games on Thurs
day, and so havo nothing,. doing Sat
urday afternoon hut Ebon Low's show
at Kaplolanl Park. Hut tho Leaguo
officers didn't bco It that way.
Those present nt the-nicctlng were
Jscuberg, Falk, Pctrlo, Fernandez,
Wise, nnd F. K. Stecro.
United States District Attorney
lircckons has received a cablegram
from Washington with regard to tho
naturalization of a man by the namo
of Loncke. Tho man had taken out
his dcclaratlon-of-lntentlon papers
a considerable tlmo ago, and his wit
nesses formerly lived In Honolulu,
but thoy havo since moved away. lin
ing a poor man, Loncke was not able
to pay for depositions, and lircckons
wroto to Washington 'to find out If
there was any manner In which theso
could bo overlooked. Tho man was
formerly on tbo U. S. revenuo cutter
Manning for a number of yearB. Tho
cablo reads as follows;
"To lircckons Honolulu:
"Move continuance Lonckn natur
ullzatlon hearing until July 27. Let
lircckons takes this as a favorablo
Indication for Loncke,
for Fleet Week, Get them now,
Drug Co., Ltd.
Edition Out Thursday 5
LIVELY BLAZE IN
. NAVAL COAL SHED
Fle.mes Shoot Through
For almost a week past a flro has
been eating away tho coal In one of
the sheds at tho Naval Station neari
Halekauwlla street, and this morning)
a blazo startod In another of tho Nav-(
al coal sheds, which, whllo It Is also
on tho reservation, It not connected
with tho one which was already burn
ing. Tho entire destruction of the.
latter shed appears to have been
ncrtcd only by tho efficient work I
dono by tbo local flro department. I
The flro In tbo first shed started'
about five days "ago. It was one of the
uyual coal fires, smoldering in tho
coal without bursting Into flame. Vat-
loua pockets of burning coal wore
found throughout tho pile, and In somo
places tho flooring was consumed.
This Are lias been kept under control
by a stream from the tug Iroquois,
whllo the flro department kept a man
on watch' there also.
This morning nt about 1 o'clock tho
tecond Are broke out in a shed on tho
Kwa side of tho former structure. In
this caeo It was a lively blaze with
flames shooting high Into the air
through a ventilator, and tho wood
work supporting tho Iron roof caught
flro In several " places. Tho Central
Arc station was notified, and Englho
Coinpany No. 2 was; sent to tbo.scene,
whero It soon managed to get-tna-opeti
blazo 'extinguished,. JflVwIII, however.
do necessary to cart away a portion
(Contjaneilost Hft )
TO BE APPOINTED
Governor Frear Will
Soon Name New
Ah an outgrowth of the Conforeuco
of Governors, Governor Ftoar will
prouauiy appoint a committees or men
of Hawaii who will bo known as tho
Territorial Conservation Commission.
At tho meeting of tho Governors at
Washington, tho President appointed
a National Conservation Commission,
which for Its duties will have the
work of looking after the preservation
and propagation of tho waters, lands,
minerals and forests of tho United
States and Territories. . t
Flvo committees wcro appointed,
ono on each of the abovo uamod mat
ters, und an oxccutlvo committco, of
which Gilford Plnchot Is tho chair
man. It Is also planned to havo tho
Governors of alt tho States and Ter
ritories appoint thejr own committees,
ami It Is probable that there will bo a
conforenco In Washington sometime
early In December.
Tho President, says tho Governor,
has enlarged tho Inland Waterways
Our next Fruit Boat
HILONIAN, JULY 14.
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72 S. King Si Phone 15.
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J. Hopp & Co., '
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 14. John Claudianes, a Greek, has
confessed that he dynamited the houses of ex-Supervisor Gallagher, who
was a witness for the prosecution in the fraft cases.
Claudianes says he and his brother Peter were paid $1000. for the
job and promised $5000. He will not tell by whom tne money was paid.
Campaign Book Open
FAIRVIEW, Neb., July 14. The Democratic National Committee
fiat resolved that it will publish a list of all contributions made to the
LONDON. England. Julv 14 Flanaean. the American, won the .
hammer-throw record in today's Olympic game events.
bueppard, the American, won the
PUERTO CORTEZ. C. A., July
ana ngnnng nas Begun.
TABRIZ, Morocco. July 14. The
whose forces are replying with rifles.
Free Ride Cause
Action taken by tho Fleet Comnlttco this noon practically sruarnn-
tees the froo ride on the street-cars for
Carter appointed a commit tee to make
that If any deficit Is caused by tho frce
up. It Is confidently stated that tho
Lurline Shows Speed
San Pedro, July 4. Promptly nt
non today tho great transuaclflc varbt
race from Ban Pedro to Honolulu was
started. Whon tho cannon boomed
thn llllrnal fnr IliA ntnrt II, vnnhl Ia.Ii.
Maud, Captain Kylo, entry of the San
uii-ku juuni i;iuu, was mo nrst to
nnu Ihn flrlt prn.Glnv aft ll.lv.. bam.
onds past 12. Sbo was followed by
tho Uttlo Gwendolyn II. tho Seattlu
ontry, fifteen seconds later. Tho yacht
iiuwnii, unpiain Harris, entry or tho
Hawaiian Yacht Club, crossed at
12:01, whllo tb Lurllno, Captain
Sinclair, flying tho flag of tho South
Coast Yacht Club, was last, over at
12:03 p. m.
Tho first run was directly beforo a
nine-knot brcezo, with tho wind on tho
starboard nuarler In tnck nfr Tirlil..
ton Beach a nillo away. Tho Gwen
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selected material, and the workman
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We pay prompt attention to all Isl
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. The B u 1 1 e t i n Vacation Trip.
Flan remains open all this year. Any
penon mav start any time to win an
outing with fare and all expenses
No names published. No
contest. Just a little feasant
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final heat in the 1300-metre race.
14. General Guiterrez has arrived
rebels are bombarding the citv.
tbo men of the Fleet. Chnlrman
n canvass for subscriptions, so
- rldo appropriation It will bo mado
funds will bo secured without
dolyn II overhauled tho I.ailv Mmi.l nn
the run to tho stake and rounded first
with Lady Maud second; tthlto tbo
Hawaii only turned tho first a fow
seconds beforo tho Lurline.
The yachts then stood off In a south.
erly course to windward. Tho Lurline
passed under tho leo of both the Ha
waii and tho Lady Maud, outsailing
Both' nnd rapidly overhauled tho
Gwendolyn II and soon showed n clean
pair of heels to nil her competitors.
Hundreds of people (in steamers and
on shoro watched tho yachts start
Tho best boat should arrlvo off Dia
mond Head July 15th.
At 2:30 p. in., tho yachts aro sixteen
miles off San Pedro, tho Lurllno lead
ing tho Gwendolyn II byhnlf a mile,
tho Lady Maud a third of a mile bo
hind, tho Hnwall closing tho proces
sion a nillo behind.
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