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EVENING IIUTJKTIX ATLANTIC FLEfcT EDITION .
T 1 III.' ' I II. .- TM-lHM i i . i i I,, -
TONS OF FRUIT '
Maui Town Prepared To
Everything neccwary for a grand
tcccptlon to tho men nnil olllcors ot
tho Mnul section of the 1'lect Is ready
nt l.ahaltui. Hut Lahalmi Is ques
tioning Itself. Tho water-tender Are
tliualu passed tticir way Iitfet night
without so much ns n hello, and sail
ed on down to Mnnlaea Hay.
During tho nftcmoon, jestcrday,
the word wax patted In Ijilinlnn that
tho first boat of the ronilne l'leet
would bo In there In the afternoon.
Quite n crowd gathered to watch tho
authoring of tho boat lint there
was disappointment for the crowd.
Tho only attention given to Lnhnlnn
waters was by a sailor on the port
Hldo of tho tcsscl, who was heaving
the lead. Knowing one had gucssol
she would pass without Ktopplng, uh
the log-llnu was still slapping the
water when she came ab.itt the I.a
halna wharf The Aietliusln anchor
ed off Klhel In Manlaea Uay last
Despite the fact that tho Indica
tions nre tho Maul section ot tho
Fleet will coal In Mnnlnca llav In
stead ot nt Knnutpdll, tho Mnul peo
ple mo sending enough bullocks and
fruit to Lnhalnn to feed tho whole
Atlantic Tleet It took tho sailors on
tho Clnudlno four hours last night to
unload the pines, watermelons, and
bananas sent by tho Central Maul
people for tho Lahalnn hookupu.
While the decorations nt Lnhnlna
don't include much In the wnv of
electric lights, they do nil the bill
for that which la unlcue. If thero
I Is niij thing green In tho mountains
'tint has not been btoucht down to
drc33 the town, the Decoration Com
mittee docs not know of It. ,
j There Is no question about It, La
halnn Is ready to entertain nil tho
men they get, whether they eomo
from four ships or eight nnd divided
or en mnsse.
There Is going to be something
bordering tho prlmltlMi about the
Lahalnn entertainment that Is bound
to "tnKe " I2cn the sports are go
jlng to Inelttdo some very old Hawaii
I Hut with nil Hippo preparations
complete the .Maul committees are
up in the nlr. Thc do not know how
many ships tltej nre to get Neither
do they know when they will get
I how which lhe will get If the
ship i (ci.i V i itci It will nt least
bo Saturday before tho battleships
go to Lahnlna. "And will Ihoy tomo
then?" Is an undecided question
A plausible explanation glen nt
why tho ships nre to bo coaled at Mn
alaea Hay Instead of In Kaanapall
waters is that there has been a. con
fusion of names. Old charts give the
waters off Kaanapall a nntno that
lacks but one syllable and a vowel to
make tho namo Manlaea.
Maul people can't understand why
tho ships should ho coaled In Man
laea. Nearly everyone lemarks1
"Woll, they'll get rough-sea expel I
ence there." Another fnvorltc Mnul
remark In rcfcicnco to Maalnea Is
something like this:
"Well, now, won't It bo a ringer
for tho first liberty bunch put nsliuro
at Mcllregor's landing!"
As n matter of fact, tho Maalnea
Hay story has been discredited by ev
eryone on Mnul since It wns (list re-
I ported, except by some small Japan
ese merchants near McOrcgor's. Cus
tomers nro nn Kvent In that district
ntul they bellevo the Klcct li to fur
nish ouo for them.
There's n smile mi the National
(iiinnl part ot the Maul l'leet enter
tnlnmeut. Tho ho)H would nil like
to bo In It, If they nro merely to go
for show nnd respect. Hut they bo
llcvc It would be discourteous If thev
go us peace guardians. "I'll take u
C. M. Hist!" thej say.
Four Big Boxing Bouts
TI1I3 evening, the first big fistic
show which Is to be given while the
Tleet hoys nro In town. Is to bo pulled
off at tho Central Athletic Club's lino
open-air nrenn on Hotel struct, near
Kurt. Promoter riddle Talt. who Is
one of tho most popular of tho sport
ing men In this city, and n well known
pug 'of old-tlmo famo himself, has a
cry deserving card to offer. IIo Is
putting on scraps between men all of
whom have good records behind them,
nnd some of whom are among tho best
known of tho local pugs.
First nnd foremost Is McKadden.
one-time pug of this clt, who has Just
ictiiiiH'd from the Coast, bringing
,wllh hlni the lightweight champion
I ship of tho Islands, which ho won
1 Kime years ago, nnd hns since held
I without n sorlou's rival, with tho ox
'eeptlon of Young Nelson, McKiulden
'defeated all comers In tho tlmo when
the gamo wns last popular heio. and
In view of his great record, will bo
I watched with Interest In this, his ie
1 turn engagement In tho squared circle
I Tho card Is: I'our Hounds Hill
, Poole vs. "Hod" Casey; 170 pounds.
I Six Hounds Kid Onbilel vs.
Young Ilelno; 125 pounds.
Six Hounds Pete Stanley vs. Kid
McCullough; 133 pounds.
Ten Hounds Jack Mcl'iiddon vs.
OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT
Tho first performance of the "Man
ot the Hour" will take place this
evening nt (he Opera House, It has
proved necessary to change the ilata
of the play for the second perform
ance fiom Friday night to Saturday.
In this way the coulllit of dates be
tween the play and tho ball which
will bo given tho officers Is avoided.
This makes tho thice dates for tho
performances tonight, Saturday, and
Tuesday. The seats nro 011 sale ut
tho Opera House nnd a number uf
choice locations still remain.
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Do not forget tho smoker on Mon
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corner Fort and Hcrctnnla Etieets
This smoker Is given by Honolulu
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At Chambers; In I'robalc. In tho
Mntter of tho Kslnto of John H. Miss,
Deceased. Order of Xotlco of lleiu'
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icspmiHlblllty iih hiicIi oxceiitrlx, It Ik
nrdeicd Hint Momlny, tho Hid day ot
AiiKUBt, A.J). 1908, nt o'clock n. m.,
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court loom of Bald court at Honolulu,
Iblimd of O.iliu, bo nnd tho namo
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show cause, If any they havo, why
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sive weeks, the last publication to ba
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tho time therein appointed for said
Dated nt Honolulu, this 21th day
ot June, 1908,
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