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America Marti July 7
Mnrama July 24
Aorangl July 22
VOL. X. NO. 4055
The following Is the list of the In
vited guests tn (iove.-nor Frear's offl-t-lul
dinner to lie given nt the Youiik
Hotel thin evening at 1:30. Imme
diately alter tho dinner the patty
will leave for the hcaeh, where the
Fleet hall will bo given:
Hear Ailmlial C. H. Spciry, He.tr
Admiral S. Schroedor, Hear Admiral
11. 'Wulnwrlght, Chief Constructor V.
1.. Cnpps, lion. J. IC, Knlc.nlunnole,
Chief Justice A. S. Hitllwcll, Hon. B.
II. Dole, Mr. Justice A. A. Wilder.
Capt. W. P. roller, Capt. .1. Hubbard.
Capt. Cm-win . 1'. Ilcea, C.tpt. J. II.
Murdock, Hen. C. U. Ileiuenwny, 'Mr.
.TuHtlco S. M. Ilaltou, Hon. (i. It. Car
ter, Hon. A. S. Clcghoin, Capt. C. IC.
Vreeland, Capt. II. Ostcrhaus, Capt.
K. It. Qunltiough. Capt. W. II. II.
Soulhcrliint! ! .n. A. I.. ..'. Atkinson,
Fleet Sailors Parade
2400 Strong and Are
Showered With Leis
With llio pomp ond panoply of war
twenty-four hundred men fiom tho
visiting llattleshlp Fleet tjiln morn
ing gavo Honolulu a gorgeous mili
tary pageant. Yesterday the commu
nity wns Impressed with the sight of
tho warships, their formidable size,
nnd their menacing guns. This morn
Ing tho first sight of tho men behind,
theso guns, the gallant sailors, on
whoie valor the country depends
when It will havo to use Us monster
rieet, gavo to tho pcoplo of Hawaii,
cxpoted as they nro as the forcpost of
tho United States in tho future sea
of war, a feeling of confidence In
their protectors, the o dicers and men
of Unclo Sam's Nnvy. The parade
wus, therefore, spectacular; It was
net only of value as a mere delight
to the, eye, but nlso, and even more
so, ns an object lesson showing that
the fighting men of the Navy nre real
ly all that we havo heard they wero.
The parade formed on tho water
front, whenco It started promptly (it
9 o'clock? Ahead of tho procession
rodo a detail of mounted polico Am
eers under command of Lieutenant
Illcliard Lane and Captain Robert W,
Parker, Tho lino wns" headed by
Captalii Potter, brlgado commander
of the Fleet. Ho wns nccompanled by
his staff, consisting of Lieutenant
Commander Ridley McLean, U. S. N
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The man who goes into a store and says, "I want a
shirt," needs to learn something; and he'll pay for the
For the man who knows Shirt-Quality,
Star, Wilson Bros., and Cluett
shirts stand for the belt that there it, 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 OF FORI AND HOTEL STREETS.
Hon. H. E, Cooper, Hon. W. 0. Smith,
Mr. F. A. Schaefer, Capt. II. Ilutch
Ins, Capt. W. 0. Cowles, Capt. .1. Ilow
yer, Capt. I'. U. Ileatty, Mr. Ceo. W.
Smith, Mr.' J. F. Morgan, Mr K. I).
Tcnnoy, Mr. J. I'. Cooke, Coindr. W.
1 11. Hogg, Comdr. V. S. Nelson, Lieut.
Coindr. J. P. Patton, I. lout. Comdr. C.
V. McV.iy, Hon. L. A. Thurston, Hon.
S. M. Damon, Major S. W. Dunning,
Lieut. I). V. Wurtsbnugli, Hon. Alex.
Young, Mr. T. Cllvc Davles, Hon.D.
"All men of the fleet In unl-
form will be given free transpor-
tatlon on the local strest can.
adjutant; Llcutennnt Weaver, 11. S.
N signal olllcer; Pay Inspector S.
ilcCowan, U. 8. N., quartermaster;
Surgeon L. W. Curtis, U. S. N brl
gado surgeon; Paymaster C. S. link
er, II. S. N., commissary; one aide
each from start commander Second
nnd Fourth Divisions.
They wero followed by the Marlre
llrlgade, under tho command of Ma
jor Dion Williams, U. S. M. C, num
bering about bIx hundred men, clad
In khnkt service uniform, and like the
rest of the men In' tho pnriulo carry
ing rifles. This brlgado wns divided
Into three battalions of three com
Then came tho First Division llrl
gade, numbering fivo hundred men,
under command of Captain J. Hub
bard, U. S. N. It consisted of two
battalions and four companies each
from the Kansas and tho Minnesota,
nnd n band. Ncxt'camo tho Second
Division llrlgndc, numbering six hun
dred men, commanded by Captain W.
II. Southerlund, U. S. N. It consist
ed of three battalions of three com
panies each from' tho Georgia, New
Jersey, and Rhode Island. Finally
enmo tho Fourth Division Hrignde,
720 men, commanded by Captain. F.
E. Ileatty, U. 8. "N. This command
consisted of four battalions of threo
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PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAW AD, FRIDAY. JULY 17. I908-1O
MARE ISLAKD, Calif., July 17.
The cruiser Raleigh will be overhaul, i
cd at an expense of $100,000.
The Navy Yard people are rushing
worjc on the monitor Wyoming. She
is to use oil fuel.
Tests are bein? made in the fire
control systems of the West Virginia,
Maryland, South Dakota, and Cali
fornia. APPEAL Tfl FARMERS
FAIRVIEW, Neb., July 17. Bry
an and Kcro have issued an appeal
to farmer for campaign contribu-,
TEGUCIGALPA, July 17. An in
surgent force has been reuulsed.Many
were captured: others fled.
PEKIN. China, July 17.
peror of China is ill.
AUCKLAND, N. Z July 17. Ad
miral Snerry has cabled his approval
of the plans for the anchorage of his
ships while here.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. July 17.
The Japanese training ship Taisri ar
, - " i i i ,
- PEATY HAS SA1LFD
SYDNEY, N. 3. W., July 17. Cap
tain Peary sailed for the, lob .today
on boerd thr Roosevelt.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, July 1" The
Farmers' and Merchants' B:.nk dosed
its doors todav, i"
I Tho SchiOoJor Hoard, wlilch Is to
pass on tho work at Pca:l Hirbor,
and on tho report of which depends to
a largo extent what work and when
will begun .on tho slto of tho future
Naval station. Is today hni 1. at work
Investigating and collecting Informa
tion for this teport. Tho board Is at
Pearl Harbor today, nnd will probably
bo very much on tho jump until tho
very day when the ships leave.
Tho Board consists of Hor.r Adrnlnl
Scnton Schroeder, U. S. N., command
ing tho Fourth Division; Capt. J. U.
Murdock, of tho Rhode Island; l.leut.
Commander II. I. Cone, fleet engineer;
Commander 1. B. Capehart of tho
Louisiana; Capt. Corwln P. Hers, of
tho Naval Station; Civil Engineer
PnrkB, of tho Naval Station; and L.
S. Adams, naval constructor.
At tho tlmci Civil Dnslnoor Parks
camo to tho Islands, ho was under
orders to report to this board on tho
We manage Estates for those who
are not experienced in this special
Our large corporation, well capi
talized, and composed of men experi
enced in all branches of business, it
There is no danger of legal entan
glements with ns, as our lawyers are
always consulted upon every doubtful
923 FORT ST., Honolulu
Patrons always get the
To Puil Out
On Hoard Hawaii,
Off St. CIvmi'Me (to Irownrd)
5:15 P M, July 6th.
Denr Mr. Wnturhoiiso.
Tho "Skldblundor" Is along-
side and kindly offeied to toko
mall iixhoii) tor us. The others
s uro twenty miles olioad. Havo
picked up u good breeze and wo
oro Irtt In it soft spot with it
cargo of pig Iron. Our only sal-
vnllon now Is a Kale.
Aloha nul to jiMirtolf and fain-
P S. It Is as I fiaifd. I am 4
f vety norroy but nlil not glvo up -f
- - .t
The forcg'ilm: was received ln
tho mall today by (' T. Wilder.
f Tho .following Utter wns re- -t-
celved from liny Itlelow by IiIh
parents. It Indicates that tho
f men on tho Hawaii arc pravlnt:
f for plenty of wind, as It seems -f
that tlu Hawaii l beltei In a t
4- storm than she Is In light
f July 5. 4
f We aro about 10 miles from San
f Pedro. Tho other yachts are 4
nbout 20 miles ahead. Bxiwr to
f gut wind soon becalmed at lres- .,
f ent. Sending .this a'shorb.by piw.
f or lauiicU" that has Just lntil-t-f
alongside'. . J . ljr
-- Aloha. l ' "
4- . -. HAY. 4
P Q ..lifn pnl tn Itflvn
4 plenty of wind to win. Lady ,
Maud Is a dark horse.
arrival of tho Fleet horc. Ho has
slnco that time conducted soundings.
borings, and other observations, and
has dono a lot of draughting work In
connection with Pearl Hurbor, and tho
proposed work there.
On tho results of tills work which
ho. lias dono dopend largely a good
many questions of groat Import In re
gard, to Pearl Harbor and Its future.
Though the work Is not nearly com
pleted now, It Is far enough advanced
far tho purposes of this board. Rec
ommendations which It will make
will bo. It Is thought, will Immediately
precede acthu construction work In
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 16,
SUOAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis
2 l-4d. Parity, 4.30 cents. Previous
quotation, lis. 1 1-VJd.
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Copies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office, for nve
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents".
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Competition Is :
The life of our Trade. It keeps
the other fellow moving to oatch our
Evening Dulleiln tffijj'per month.
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BATTLES? MISSOURI, CAPT. MERRIAM, WITH ADMIRAL EMORY'
(Special to tho' I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n)
WAILUKU, Maul, July 17. Tho
four big American battlcBhlps.of tho
Third Division af tho Atlantic Fleet,
with the Louisiana, flngshlp of Ad
mit nl Fmory, in command, nre now
safely nnehorcd off Lahaina. Tho oth
er bhlps are tho Ohio, Virginia, and
They arrived there at 10:30 o'clock
The I.-I. S. N. Co.'s stcamor Mika
lma left Lahaina at nildnlght Wed
nesday for Knlaupnpn to greot Ad
miral Sperry'H battleship Fleet of six
teen vessels. The Island steamer ar
rived off Pclokunu nt 4 o'clock and
at C o'clock tho Fleet was sighted
on tho horizon with tho Connecticut
In the lend heading for Knlnupapn.
The vessels were In single-lino for
mation and presented n formidable
nppoarnnco to Mnloknl landsmen, ns
S.S. LIRLINE, JULY 28
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co., -
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
for Fleet Week. Get them now.
.Drug Co!, Ltd.
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
and Every Day
LIVELIEST SINCE WHALING DAYS
tho mighty cnglpcs of war liovo In
sight. Those whu witnessed tho raro
sight from tho dec); of tho Miknbnln
)estcrday morning uro loud lu their
prnlso of tho Nntlon'a nnvnl defend
ers, and Kcutcrdnni a criticisms may
have Ufon of apparent defects of ei
ther construction or nrmor belt, but
It wn all forgotten the moment they
set eyes upon tlicao formidable en
The rieet, arrived off Knlaup.ipa nt
dawn, aft syhcdtilcd. Tho landing nnd
every available ground of vantage,
nlong.thd wntorfront was thronged
with 'tho 'nub thousand una moro rci
Idents ut, tlip.L'cper Settlement, whoso
merry voices could bo heard from
aboard tlio vcssols ns their mighty
cliceis went up in wild laudations of
Admiral Spcrry's command. Sky
rockets wero scut up from land, Il
luminating Lho clear Bky even nt tho
break of day.
Tho Third Division then left tho
main Fleet and steamed for Uihnlnn,
passing Halnwn, tho north point of
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We pay prompt attention to all Isl
and mail orders.
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The B u 1 l,e tifirjVvacationA Trip
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person mav.'Stflrt nn.Jiiine to Win tin
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Mnloknl The Mlknhnln followed tho
twelve csscls until olt ICnlaeokalaau
Point, when tilui returned to Lahaina
nnd got (hero a llttlo after tho arrival
of tho buttjesfilps.
Wulltiku Is decortod today, almost ,
everyone having gauo to tho gay
breadfruit town to uld In tho telebrn- ,
tlou and imtertulumciit to bn accord-
oil tho Nnuil men by the citizens of'
Captain W. K. Hal with Company I' ,
nnd Captain It. II. Dlnegar with tho
Hospital Corps left for Lahaina this"
morning. Their present ho.ulqunrtoia'
Is at Luaehii, tho school grounds,
where tho first lluwHllan'constKuUou
was proclaimed In 1810. .
At 11:30 this .morn'fns tho MariP
Fleet Reception t'onimlttco went on
board the l S. S. Louisiana to pay
their respects to Admiral ttmory. Tho
ctmunlttoo ronsUled of Circuit JudgO";
A. N. Kepnlknl, Supervisor W. Hen
nlng. Senator S. K. Knlama. I). C.
Lindsay, nnd Captains W, L Hal and
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