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The B.ulletin Vacation Trip
Plan 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 "leasant
Hi V ENING tJULLETIN
Lurllno ...July lu
For San Francisco :
America Maru . ........ .July 7
Marnma July 24
Aorangi July 22
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lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. JULYJft908-lO PAGES
VOL. X. NO. 4033
PRICE 5 CENTS
FREE STREET CARS
KAHAUIKI BIDS ARE OPENED AGAIN
Shortly Before 12 Tomorrow
First, Second, and Fourth
Divisions of Fleet Are Due
Tlio Atlantic licet. Ill command of)
Admiral Hperry, Is expected to crrUo
oft port shoitly before noon tomorrow.
Tills In not definitely tcttlcd, but la
llio conclusion drawn nt (he Naval
Station from tliu latent advice, re
ceived early tills morning ly wireless.
Tills will mean Hint the. Armada,
will lio hero two hours ami more be
fore expected, ns the orlKlnnl time, ten
tatlcly set for arrival was 2 p. in.
The ship- have, been travelling rath
er slowly of laic, to allow tho Nebrns
ku lo catili up, but, n sho 1b now with
them again, hating been sighted .tos
tenlay morning, they ran. If neces
sary, make much belter apcod In com-i
Iiik on through tho rest of thn trip.
Tho CiiIkoj has movcil Into the
stream, anil tho Yankton la alongside
tho I'anther at tho Channel wharf,
lemlng vacant that part of (bo water
front nl which tbu ships entering tho
harbor will bo tied up.
Tho Aielbiini yesterday went lo
Maul tn await thn division which la to
anchor there, ntid tho Uncnml.i will
bo thcru today, on iho samo mlnslon.
Karly this morning, tho following
wireless was received nt tho Naval
"Everything In the nrtlclo Is abso
lutely correct. I wna correctly quot
ed, and stand by what I said, nnd
llallentyuo knows that ho Is telling
u falsehood. Carloi Long will back
This wns tho laconic answer given
by Jack I.ucus this morning when ho
was asked It tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n , In Us
story of his resignation from the
Iii,uor board, had quoted him correct
ly. Chairman Ilallciityic. In a lottcr
published this morning scorned to
(Vubt this, saying: "I cannot bclicvo
that Mr. Lucas Is correctly reported
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 14.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis.
2 1-4(1, Parity, 4.36 cents. Previous
quotation, lis. 3d.
The man who goes into a store and says, "I want a
shirt," needs to learn something; and he'll pay for the
Tor the man who knows Shirt-Quality,
Star, Wilson Bros,, and Cluett
shirts stand for the be it that there is, and he won't take
We have a large new assortment of .these shirts on dis
play handsome, tasty ones.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OP PORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Station, from the Connecticut, by the.
(Under, which Is Ijlng lift port:
"Fleet position elKht o'clock, twenty-four
degrees ten minutes north,
liunilrcil fifty-two decrees thirty-two
minutes west. Distance Honolulu
lltreo' hundred, forty miles. Kino
weatfier. Nebraska reported at six
thirty morning. After passing leper
Hcttlcment early Thursday, third di
vision will go to I.nhalna, first, second
fourth divisions Honolulu. Second
division will anchor eastward of har
bor entrance. Illinois, Koarsarge,
Kentucky will anchor to westward.
First division and Wisconsin will en
ter harbor. Connecticut at Oceanic
wharf; Wisconsin and Kunsas, Alakcn
street wharf: Minnesota, Vermont at
Naval wharf, number two. Ships en
tering harbor will take pilots. On
August lSlh tho nuxlllailcs except
Culgoa and Arcthiisa will sail for
Auckland. Panther, Yankton, Relief
and AJax will stop at I'ago I'ago, tho
Ajax and didder will .Mop nt Suva,
Governor Frear and Chief Justice
llartwoll wcro ulso In receipt of mes
sages expressing his pleasure In ac
Prlzo-flghtlng, assaulting In Navy
Yards, and tho question of non-cltl-zen
labor being employed on Federal
work were tho matters taken up by
the Federal Grand Jury, which was
In session this morning.
James W, W." llrowstor of tho Star,
to whom Captain Carter Is alleged to
have made, certain ungcntlcmanly
statements In an Interview Immedi
ately after tho latter had committed
his cowardly assault on F. II. Moore,
of tho I) ti 1 1 o 1 1 n staff, was sub
poenaed as a witness before tho
Grand Jury this morning. It Is
thought that his testimony will con-
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cepting Invitations for himself and his
I officers to dlno with tho Governor on
'tho 18th and the Chief Jusllco on the
20th Inst, from Admiral .Sperry.
j Captain Corwln P. flees, command
ant nt the Navnl Station, expects In
be in communication with Admiral
S perry again this evening and night.
At- that time, tho final details of the
coming of the ships will probably be
I Mountains of coal, loose and in
bags, are now piling up on the
wharves and barges in tho region of
j Alakca street and tho Naval Station,
and a continuous stream of' dump
carts Is going to and fro on tho water
front, getting ready for the shlpB.
The crowds which will bo hero from
the other Islands to seo the big sights
will probably be nearly complete with
the arrival of thn Miiiina I.oa tomoi1
The licet Is to pass the toper set
tlement at dawn tomorrow. From
that time, it will be In sight of reople
cu tho Islands until it Is in port horo;
thnt is, as much of It as Is coming
hero, o it looks now. aa If tho lowers
will bo tho nnly people to see tho
whole, fleet at ones.
Free transportation for tho uni
formed men of tho Fleet was osiurcd
today at the meeting of tho Executive
Committee. Tho chairman of tho Ex
ecutive Committee, on motion by
Georgo W. Smith, which w.ih u mut
inously adopted, wns authorized to an
nounce that tho men from the fleet bo
given freo transportation. Tho com-
mltteo will underwrite tho amount
necessary to cover tho expenses
Tho Transportation Commtttco was
also Instructed to turn In nil tho
money which It has and that which It
will receive in tho future by moans of
subscriptions which wcro promised
it, to tho Ways and Means Commit'
The rtapld Transit people will bo In
structed to turn in their reportB tn tho
Fleet Commlttco accountant for settle
ment. Tho total amount for the free
transportation of tho men Is estimat
ed at nbout $3000. nt thu most.
I,. T. Peck reported that Emma
Squaro would be decorated, tho ex
po nee to bo paid out of 125, which ho
received as a prlvato subscription.
Tho assignment of tho band to tho
Wold West show was referred to Cap
luln Jlcrger. Tho day for tho polo
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We manage Estates for those who
are not experienced in this special
Our large corporation, well capi-
tallied, and composed of men experi
enced in all branches of business, is
There is no danger of legal entan
glements with us, as ourlawyers are
always consulted upon every doubtful
833 FORT ST., Honolulu
New Kahauiki Bids
Oped Today; Lucas
Brothers' Bid Lowest
For tho second tlnfo bids for the
construction of the no' set of build
ings ut Fort Shatter, "together with
bids for the plumbing and electric
wiring thereof, were this morning
opened, both' hero and In San Fran
cisco. Originally bids were opened
on Juno 10, hut the authorities at
Washington found that the bids sub
mitted were too high, and rejected
them with Instructions to call for
Tho only bidders who submitted
bids here this morning were the
same. In tho matter of general con
struction, as on the former occasion,
namely, Lucas llrothers and W. G.
Chalmers. Their bids were consider
ably lower this time than thoy were
formerly, tho explanation being mndo
that they had been able to cut down
part of tho cost by getting smaller
figures on tho sub-contracts, such as
painting, etc. Their bids wcro as
Field Officers' quar
ters .....,. R033 $ lB.r.43
Bachelors' quarters 21,166 21,443
MANY CHANGES IN
Luahiwa, Punohu And
Moniz Are All
Chief of Detectives A. P. Taylor this
morning gathered together hla person
al belongings nt tho pollco station and
left tho building where ho had served
as an official iriiice tho opening bf tho
laukea administration.. At tho same
tlmo his placo was taken, by Jack Ku
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STEAMERS AT 8
Manager Kennedy atatcB thnt
-4- tho excursion steamers going to
f view tho Fleet will start from tho
f Inter-Island wharf at 9 o'clock to-
f morrow morning.
f Fivo blasts or tho Electric
Light whistle will blow at 8
o'clock to give tho peoplo amplo
f warning. Tho steamers will -f
-f lcavo promptly. $
if t -r; ;
The life of our Trade. It keeps
the other fellow moving to catch our
for Fleet Week. Get them now,
Drug Co., Ltd.
quarters, each ... 7,736 7,900
2 Lavatories, each .. 5,606 4,937
Mess hall and kitchen 20,130 30,349
2 Barracks', each ... 27,144 20,483
Coal shed 3,725 2.828
Total $143,110 $138,802
Tho bids last time wero a follows:
2 Barrncks, each ...$ 27712 $'30,796
2 Lavatories, each .. 7,402 6,057
1 F. O. Quarters .. 16,114 18,810
2 N. C. O. Quarters,
each 9,360 7,936
I Mess Hall and
Kitchen 21,631 22,345
I Bachelors' Quarters 21,933 25,709
1 Coal Shed s. 3.021 3,930
Chnlmcr's bid, as a total, Including
wiring and plumbing, amounted to
This morning bids wcro also sub;
rolttcd tor tho plumbing of the build
ings by' Chalmers and Qulnn as fol
lows: Qulnn. Chalmers.
Field Officers' Quar- . .
BOOZE TAXES .
Revenue Collector Drake
Collector of Internal Revenue Wal
ter F. Drake and his assistants" have
completed tho annual report of' thai
department'for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1908, and Hn excellent
showing Is made. In almost every
Instanco the collections for each tax
able division have exceeded those -of
last year, a notable exception being,
however. In the matter of fermented
liquors, or beer. This U caused pro
bably, said Collector Drake, by the
fact that so many dealers havo had
an excess hold-over Btock.
(eMfoae4 Bage tl)
Young Bros, will run a dollar excur
sion to the Fleet tomorrow fromrtoot
of Fort street. .......
Our next Fruit Boat
HIL0NIAN, JILT 14.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. Ring St PhM IB.
After the Show
our Cafe will be open every night
during the stay of the Fleet.
Special attention will be paid to
our regular patrons.
A. Y. CAFE
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S, KINO STREET.
PRINCE OF WALES
SAILS FOR QUEBEC
LONDON, England, July 15. The Prince of Wales and suite sailed
today on board the warship Indomitable for Quebec.
Tbe Prince will take part in the elaborate celebration of the 300th
anniversary of the founding of the city.
m i ! i m
LONDON. England. July 15. In the final heat of the Olvmnic three
mile race England won with America
Johnson, the English rider, won
COLUMBUS. Ohio. July 15. The
assembled here today. B. H. Pat ton
GRAND JUNCTION, -Colo., Julv 15. Steve Adams has .been ac-'
quitted fey the jury of the 'murder of Arthur Collins at Telluride.
, " OIL DISTRICT FIRES
SANTA BARBARA. Calif.. Julv 15. Fire today in the Orcntt-San-
ta Maria oil district hat destroyed 3200,000. worth of property. Two
lives were lost.
The Fleet Committee nt Its meeting today received guarantees suffi
ciently largo to assure freo transportation for tho men of the Fleet on
the Rapid Transit lines.
Local Japanese Form
TA corporation to carry on and con
diict fishing business In Honolulu
will be formed In the near future.
While It Is not strictly a Japanese
corporation, It Is nevertheless backed
Up by the Japanese of this city. Tho
capital with which they Intend to
commence business Is $70,000. This
will be distributed In shares ot $10
each, which will bo open for general
Two nights ago, a meeting ot tho
originators was held at tho residence
fit. Dr. MUnmura on Nuuanu street.
pt. Mltamura nt that meeting was
elected chairman of the executive
committee. In an Interview with him
this morning, Mltamura stated that it
Is their Idea to derive greater profits
from the fishing business. In tho
(Gun Metal Finish)
This shoe is made of the very finest
selected material, and the workman
ship is that so well known in all Ban
We pay prompt attention to all Isl
and mail orders.
SHOE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Manufacturers' Shoe Oompanv. Ltd,.
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." TEL 882.
the 660-yard bicycle nice.
Prohibition National Convention
is temporary chairman. j.
past the Japaneso fishermen, who are
many, have been fishing and selling
their fish to tho Chinese at tho ftsh
markct at n very low prlco, receiving
their money on Saturdays. Thoy
stood nil kinds of hardships In catch
ing fish, but got comparatively Bmall
returns for their work. "Thcro will
jnot," ho said, "bo any other flshmar
kcts erected; but, Instead, a factory
I to can fish that may not bo needed In
tho market will bo put up. Porsons
ot all nationalities will bo admitted
I to membership."
j The business, It Is said, will bo
commenced on August I Bin. bo far
as Is known, tho executive committee
consists of Dr. T. Mltamura. chair
man; Y. Soga, O, Nakamura, H, Tsu-
ushlmn, S. Shcba, Haga, and K. Ta-
sV) t r "tB
Price $6 1