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KVEMNQ DULI,nT.V, HONOLULU, T. H riUDAY. JULY 17, 1008.
WEAVER ARRANGES I FLEET EDITION
DATES FOR JACKIES
Sailors To Play Ball
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for a case of tho lies t soda v.'ator that ever came out of a
factory. Ginger Ale and Hires Root Beer, 70 cents a ense.
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Joseph. A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIItE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALI & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
I.lent Weaver, who has llic nUtletlcs
of the I'lect In charge, stated tills
morning to tlu sporting cilltor of tliu
II u lift I ti lint tlio part tlio IleU
would liikn In athletics In all nrrang"d,
to far (iB baseball ami track meet arc
concerned, but that (ho lioxlmt and
wieetllng depirltuents aro ot ui In
the I r Id' has tliu men, hut the-o 3
bmnn llnin.illt. It. r,.ffl.t. t.r.l.f tif If.
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The teams from tlio shlpn, sjjb Mr
W( ivcr. v.lll pr.ic(lci cvoiy day tit
Aal.i Park. Th Ir efforts In-fore tlm
public will bo roiiniicil to one s mi"
with tone one or tlio 1'iral teams
One man fiom each ship will inter
eieh of tlio ovuit.i In tho field wot
whlih Is to bo In bl tomorrow at llos'
Field. This Eccnia to ho tho inntt
k nt "i11 jtipporutl of nil the cv -ut i
planned here b the l.nn of the shl,is
Yestcrdav, bomo of tlipm were out u
th riiis by tho fishmnrkct, si runt i';
mil ilotns some n!co work It l not
custiniatv f:r them to talk hot'ere
hand but It seems that some men of
promise a.c on board tliu bit? flghtlm
As stated above, boxing and wrest
ling are In tliu nlr. I.leutiuant Weav
cr ban been otoadlly besipged by rpp
icscmatlvcs of various pilvnto cnler
prlcs In this line, mid the Imtteit ilv.
nlry In securing talent lias develop -d.
i to a1
In home way a report .Jinn heel, clr
ciliated that tho Hawaiian liot-1 In
closed. 'I bin la not so At tho lira
tut tlmo It baa nvor &0 guests In Its
erauda rooms, mid can ticcumnwd ilo
many more. The bur and lioaullus
dopaitmuits aro closed, but tho jnox
Imlly of (ho Young hotel and Cafj ob
viates am Incoiiveuleneo from thla
According to all appearances. Cap
tain Carter of (ho Naval Station was
lnsliig for tho newspapermen, or nt
least did not attempt to help (hem
nn In getting on tlio shlpa of the
In fulfilling Cnrter'H orders, one
nowsp.ipcruinii was ordered off the
Oceanic dock, and later, when tho
1'iess Committee far I'lcet Intcrtnln
ment rnmo along to llnd tho corio
Bpondenta, Lieut. I'ay notified them
to turn back, as Carter's tudora were
directed r.g.ilmit tlio press being al
lowed In tho tiicicd precincts of tho
dock Cant. Itces was promptly np
ppaled to, mid ho sent nu orderly to
sco that tho press passed tho guard.
Hut Carter was. not tho whole
thing, lie did not stop tho Hull c
1 1 n man, Itcportor Moore, by tlio
wny. This Bulletin man camo
inlo tho hnibor on (ho hrldgo of tlio
Connecticut with Admiral Sporry.
Ilellevlng that Carter would not
ln.iko esperlally pleasant tho wny of
tlio ncw-Hpnpcrmon, tho II n 1 1 o t i n
scut Us man to tho flagship before It
eutcicd tho haibor. On tho llngslilp
ho was recoUcd with every possible
courtesy and shown every attention.
Ho was tho first civilian to board the
flagship and was "pleased to meet"
Captain jCnrter when ho camo aboard
Bulletin's Edition Was
Tho H u 1 1 c 1 1 n ' a Atlantic ricct
edition witB olio of tho bC3t foatuics
of tlio I'lect-airlMil day, according
to (ho cidlct of tlio men on board
the ships and tlio citizens of Hono
lulu. Tho edition was most highly com
plimented by the patrons of tho paper
and tho business men of the commu
nity. It was full of information that
tho men of tho fleet needed. It had
lnfoi ni.itlou of a clriracter that Ha
waii wants tho friends of tho officers
and men on tho I'lcet to lime, and It
was Interesting reading for tho peo
ple of Hawaii,
The artistic make-up and the gen
eral appc.iranco was f.iuii.ibly com-
nicntcd on ns the equal of a inctio
Tho delivery of the edition was In
Leaping with the g.neial high incr-
ngo of pxccllcccc. f.e nrst tlvlllan
on board the .Connecticut af'cr she
was tlocl.od was the 11 u I I e 1 1 it man
to report! u dm) load of special edi
tions ready for dellxe'ry. Tho offlceis
Immediately ordered a detail of men
to dlstrlbuto tlm papcis. Wlillo tliu
Connecticut nnd tho ships at tho
locks were being cmed for. another
It ti 1 1 c 1 1 n'mnn with ono of Young
llrnthcrs' launches was making his
i omuls of tho ships at anchor outside.
Meanwhile tho tiewnbojs wpro reap
lug n great haru'xt In tho street
talcs. Two thouK.iiid copies of tho
special edition wcic sold by tho nows-
bo s alone.
Tho rnrrlcr-boB li.nl a load that
they could not earn, ro tlio Hullo
1 1 n provided u special hack for each
boy in tho deliver of tlio papcis to
subscribers. Tiiat Is why our enr-rler-boy
lode ubuut tho town in state
Shortly iiflcr I '20 all (ho papers
of (ho -lO-page, 2(1.000 edition wero
delivered or under way. Tlio quota
for tho men of the Third UMslon will
bo scut up this evening, thus com
pleting tho record of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u
for prompt scribe and full Informa
tion for tho men of tho Fleet, nnd the
people of tho town.
Conies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
r-o-iltlnn ns typewriter and Btenogra
phor by a joung woman who will
furnish her own typewriter, tho
1st of August. Address "V. H.
I! " Bulletin, 10Du-tt
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So much depends upon the Quality of your Butter: the whole meal
is spoiled for you by rancid Butter, while a simple fare is made whole
some and sweet by the addition of a little
ISLETON CREAMERY BUTTER
You can TASTE the quality at once; and there is nothing we can
say that will convince you half so readily as one fair trial of this in
Every square is enclosed in a dust-proof carton.
King Street, near Bethel
Thorough nirangciueiits for tho
policing of the city during the stay
of tho 1'lcct huvo been made both by
(ho I'lcet authorities mid the I'oliie
Department, but so far there has been
absolute) mi need of such precau
tions, the men having been quiet and
law-abiding Not u single ntipst of
any of the sailors has been made,
not even a lepnit about them has
reuclipd the station. Sheilfl laukea
spcal.s hlghl) of their conduct.
Tho town hi being pntrolcd by
small p.trtlis of marines, nrmed with
clubs, which will sco (o It that order
Is ptcseiU'd by their comrades. Theso
men mo In (Iiai.Tu of oUlccrx, who ale
co-operating with the police. At the
police station ariangcmeiits hate
been made so that a body of olll
ecus can remain there day and night
and bo In leicilness in case of neces
sity. Sleeping quartern for these
men lime been provided in tliu largo
looni upslnlis, and they will lmo
their meals at tho elation,
J. T, Molr and. John Itoss of Hawaii
aro In town. hnlng arrived in tlio
.Mauna Kea today.
Itov. Stephen Desha of Illlo was
among tho pastengers .who arrived
this morning to sou tliu Fleet. lie
will accept tho pulpit tit Kawiilaluio
cliuicli tomoriov; forenoon.
.Mr. and .Mrs C K. McOtilro nnd
Mr and MrB, S Mnhiikn Spencur of
llawull camo In this morning to i-ce
tho splendor of Admiral Spcrry's fleet
Miss K. Wllrox lUtirncd today from
It, I). .Mead of tlm Planters' AssOcIn
(I'm returned fiom his luspcetlou tour
of tlio plantations.
John T, lltikei camo over from Illlo
today, arriving in tho Manna Kea.
John Hind. Mi and Mrs. Hnbt. Hind
unci Mr and XI n Iloiner wno among
iho .Mauna Koti an mils today.
l.tiut mcnlm: a Lieat crowd was In
Iho streets, viewing tho illuminations,
nnd 3ceni tin tugnu. Tho crowd was
augmented by tho number of men
tjslmio, ns some worn on Icavo last
evening The Illumination:! seouicd
quite a success, and appealed to the
$1200 Comer lot 55 feet on School
St. with 2-story house and Cottage.
$600 O-Roorn Cottage at Kapahulu.
.Lot ouxiuu. i.asy Terms.
P. E. R. Strauch
Tlie aekeowledged standard
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superb scenes, with Uncle Sam's battleships in the
Why not have pictures for yourself, that you
have taken yourself?
Get that KODAK NOW!
Or dig up your oid one. We'll resurrect it
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