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I.iirllnc July 15
For San Francisco:
America Maru July 7
Mnrama July 24
Aornngl July 22
Call at the Business Office of the
Bulletin and ask for a fine half
tone of the Fleet Rounding Diamond
Head. 'It is Free.
Bulletin Advertising Promotes Store Sales and that's Good Business
VOL. X. NO. 4057
!0 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. JULY 20. I908-1O PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
Admiral Rojestvensky Is Dead
BRYAN IS CALLING FOR CAMPAIGN FUNDS
FIRST ACCIDENT I
Four Men Are Seriously
Injured In Suam-
' J:crRU5on; 1st class nrcman, y.
: seriously scolded.
Pompton ; coal passer, slight- .
ly injure! ':'
Ilinor; coal passer, slightly
. . .
Scilousl! Injuilng four men, two I
of whom nrc dangerously hurt mill
tlio tillicr two t,o badly scalded anil
bruleeil tlmt they will ho on tlio sick
lint Tor sonic'tlmo to runic, tlio burst.
Ing of n steam tilio mi tlio battleship
Kearsargr marked tlio first nccldcnt
of any lOiiM'fuicnco on tlio Fleet dur
ing Its May so far In llawiilltm wa
ters. Although none of tlio men U
fatally Injmci!, tlio scone during
which clouds of escaping steam lioll
cd forth ftoiii the depths nnd out of
port-licloH was dramatic In tlio ox
tiema, for It was not nt first Known
how many woro caught hclow In tlio
death-dealing ntmotphcre. So vast,
weio tlio clouds of steam, that poured
forth that they were qulclily noticed
by the other .shipa Ijlng cloxo hy and
Inuiiclica worn Immediately despatch
ed to render nil tlio aid possible.
Tlio steam piuo which hurst was
thcuino which connected tlio forwnrd
starho.ini holler with the dynamoi.
Flvo men wero In tlio room when tlio
pipe lirnkc, hut so quickly did tho cs
, c.iplng steam (111 tho rhnmher that
only one of them was ablo to Bet to
safety. Tho others, Wilson water
tender, Ferguson 1st class fireman,
and Pompton and Minor, coal passers,
Ah soon as tho explosion wns,, heard
and word was pns.fcd that, liven woro
la d.inger, tho ship's crew'nml men
woro ready to do mi) thing In their
power to render assistance, nnd great
neno mid grit wero displayed when
volunteers wcro called for to go ho
low. Wilson, tho water tender, was
the moat bcrloi:3ly Injured man of
tlioto who wero caught, and Ferguson
lirs I class fireman, was also hadly
scalded and hurncd hy tho escaping
slcam. 1'ompton and Minor hoth re
ceived only minor Injuries, nnd, In
fact, tho chief hurt sustained hy tho
latter was received when ho fell from
the ladder an ho was climbing out. IIo
was overcome hy tlio choking stonm
as ho blindly fumbled his way up tho
ladder, falling hack to tho floor ot
(Continued on Pag 5)
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 is, and he won't tako
, anything else,
We have a large new assortment of these shirts on dis
play handsome, tasty ones.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
BATTLESHIP LOUISIANA, FLAGSHIP
KMI SENT THE BAND
f Kauai turned out flvo hundred -f
4- strong for the Fleet celchratlon
f and cmuo to tcmn with a linnd,
Tho public did not know nhout f
the h-ind until, tho hall gamo yes- -f
4- tcidny rft moon, when tho hoys
ft mil Mini" thowed what they -f
can do. County Sheriff W. II. -f
Hlto was rcapnnslblo for thu sag-
f gcstlon of bringing Kauai's inns-
-t- leal organlzntlnii to town ami it
4- was a mighty happy thought. Tho 4"
Kaiuil liner Klnau brought t
f n passenger list of SIU for Fleet
week and It Is known that there 4-
f wero 150 or more Kauai people
ulrcndy in town.
t- They nro having n splendid
f tlmo and only regret that some
some to return by tomorrow
H l 4HHltt
AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Thcro will bo n grand dnnco tniuor
tow night nt tho Itoynl Hnwallan ho
tel, to which virlto-3 In lloioluhi, ns
well as tho townfulk, aio cordlully in.
Tho broad lanals surrounding tho
hotcf will bo decorated and illuuilnal.
led, mid everyone who ntlemlH Is as
sured of a, very good time.
Krnest Knal'a Hawaiian Orchestra
will ho In iitteiulnurc, and tho totel
nnd giounds will hu nt tho disposal of
S.S. LURLINE, JULY 28
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
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.i.t'ik; ' -
(l'nradlse of Pacific Kng.)
OF ADMIRAL EMORY'S DIVISIOS.THAT ARRIVED FROM LAHAINA
Illds for the construction of tho
now Alakea Btrcot wharf shed, which
vlll hu a typo of architecture seldom
seen on any waterfront, and will bo
decidedly u credit to the city, woro
opened this noon In tho oflce of Su
perintendent of Public Wcrl.s Mars
ton Campbell. .This shed has been
described before, and Mnrstou Camp
bell mnilo It the subject ( t an nil
dross befuse tho Chamber of Com
merce. The bidding this morning was re
markablo for being low and close,
and Campbell Is grently grati
fied over the result. Only ono mat
ter thcro Is In which ho feels that ho
has it complaint regarding tho
bids for painting. Somo time ago n
letter camo to Campbell signed hy
moot of tho painters In town, nsking
that they be given a cluinoo to bid
on nil such Jilbs as tlio present. Thoro
was ono bid, nnd ono only, anil that
was from Keawepooole.
Tho bids for tho entlrd work wcro
.1. II. Craig S74.7GG
Complete In ISO days.
John A. Hughes $72,8 to
Alternate No. 1 JfiS,2US
Allcrnalo No. 'J $55,(8(1
Alternate No. :!' t 488
Complete work In "20 days.
Wm. (J, Chalmers -...$75,814
Alternato No. 1 $70, GU
Altoinato No. i K7,S47
Altorunto No. .'! 38
Complete woik In 21 C days.
Concrete Construction Co... $73, Oil
(Continued on Page 5)
We manure Estates for thowi who
are not experienced in this special'
Our large corporation, well capi
talized, and composed of men experi
enced in all branches of business, is
There is no danger of legal cntan
j elements with us, as our lawyws are
always consulted upon every doubtful
023 FORT ST., Honolulu
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THANKS TO BULLETIN
U, 8. S. UiiiUlain.
Lnhnlna, T. II.. Jul IS, 1P08.
f Tho Honolulu Evening llnl-4-
latin, Honolulu, T, II,
4- Qentlcmen: I lmo to nc- 4-4-
knnwlcdgo with thanks the ro-
4- eclpt of your special Fleet Kdl-
4- tlon of tlio K v o n I n g II u I- 4
4 let I ii, dated July lfi, 1D08.
4- Very respectfully, 4-
Captain, l S. Navy,
4- v Commanding.
HAWAIIAN BAND AT
YOUNG HOTEL TONIGHT
Tho Hawaiian bund will play tonight
on the roof garden of tlio Young hotel,
nnd there will be dancing nil tho even
ing. Tho Young Hotel Is elaborately
decorated, nnd the sccno will bo an
K cry body Is Invited to nttend, and
n general good tlmo Is assured to all
who come, as thcro will be music,
light, nnd partners for everyone. This
will bo a very special occasion, and
no ono who can cmuo should misH It.
There will bo a special danco given
by tho management ot tho Moana ho
tel tonight, and everybody Is cordially
invited to nttend.
Tho hotel and grounds will bo dec
orated nnd illuminated for tho occn
slon, nnd music will bo dispensed by
tho quintet. All who nttend nro sura
to havo a good tlmo.
LATE CARS TONIGHT :
4- Manager l!alleutnc! announces 4-4-
thnt owing to tlio sailors' Ijall at
4- tho Seaside hotel tonight, the car 4-4-
servlco will bo continued over the 4-4-
entire Jlapld Transit system until -4-4-
1 n. m., when tlio last car 'will 4-4-
leave tho Soasldo. -f
4- 4- 4- 4- 44i44
J. ilopp & Co.,
18S S. KINO STREET.
The life of our Trade, It keeps
the other fellow moving to catch our
BADNAHUELM, Germany, July
20. Admiral Rojestvensky, who com
raanded the Russian fleet imthe naval
battle with Japan, died here today ot
To Stop It
PUERTO CORTEZ, Honduras, July
20. The rebels have occupied Gra-I
cias and proclaimed Bonilla Presi-I
dent. The Government has declared
a state of siege and has sent a large
force to attack the rebels.
If the Honduras frontier is closed,
President Roosevelt and President
Diaz are expected to intervene.
QUEBEC, Canada, July 20. The
American battleship New Hampshire
has arrived here to attend the cere
monies of the great Quebec celebra
tion. Cowles and Winslow have call
ed on Governor General Grey,
PRINCE IS WIRELESSING
MONTREAL, Canada, July 20. -
The British battleship Indomitable, I
bearine the Prince of Wales, is in
wireless communication with the At
OUR SHIPS ARRIVE
MANILA, P. I., July 20. The
battleshins Maine and Alabama ar
rived here today,
ARE TALKING OF MONEY
NARRAGANSETT PIER. Mass.,
July 20. The National Monetary
Commission hM its first meeting
here today. I his commission was
created by the law passed at the last
session of Coneress. I
HOT SPRINGS, Va., July 20.
Wm. H, Taft made an address today
at the dedication of the court house
LYSi:it- In this city July 20, 190S,to
Mr. and Mrs. F. C I.yscr, a daugh
ter. . i ,
The Decoration Committee states !
that It decided four days ngn to linvo
the decorations of tho city preserved
for tho coming olf tho Pacific Fleet
during tho month of August.
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, I
A. Y. CAFE '
Captain Carter !s
Federal Grand Jury
Captain Carter, the officer who is in tho lslandt wan upheld, becauso
assaulted F. II, Moore of the It h here u sport, not n gambling
H ti I 1 o 1 1 n staff n short time ago, proposition or a brutal exhibition,
was whitewashed by tho Orantl Jury i Ilegardlng the employment of non
In tholr report, which wns handed In citizen labor on Federal work, tho U.
this morning. The reason for this S. Leprosarium being specialized, tho
WUB. thCV SnV. hpcnils, (hot- ,((,( tint (lirti rnrnnininn,lrl (1..., t.t kn ....
think n petit Jury would find him wherever practicable citizen labor
guilty of the offense. Tho gcnoral should be employed on nil work dono
Impression seems to be that there by the t'nlted States Government,
could hardly havo been a slimmer The reports of tho Ornnd Jury nru
reason, after Carter had already been here given In full. Moses Kokl ha
found guilty by a. District Judge, nnd n number of now Indictments brought
admitted In so many words his guilt I In ngalnst him.
Iloxlng. or "iirlzc-flghtlng," as It' (Coatinued on PnSe 4)
Met Accident On
Pearl Harbor Trip
Rnslgn Ilralnanl or the F. S. S.
Louisiana wns Injured to'day In an
automobile accident which occurri'l
PL I'earl City. Ilrninurd was one of
tho passengers In George It. Carter's
'automobile, driven by Chauffeur
lllackwell. It was at tho turning
point from tho County road to l'carl
City thnt tho accident occurred. Tho
hind wheel of tho machtno broko In
making tho turn. Illncltwell, In or
der to avoid further pHIMii, ran his
nuto against u tree, where It wns flu
Ilrnlnnrd wns cut In tho forehead.
Ho was brought back to town.whctico
ho wns taken to his ship, lllackwell
Bald that one ot the hind wheels got
loose from tho axlo nnd wont off,
causing the nutompbllo to tip over,
though running ahead, lie could not
then stop the mnchtiio without run
ning It ngalnst a tree. Paul lt.cn-
The whole of the Fleet hns nt last
reached Honolulu. Tho last ship came
In this morning, when the Missouri ar
rived from Maul, where sho has been
coaling. Tho other threo ships of tills
division tho Louisiana, Virginia and
Ohio arrived last evening. Tho nr
msda now lies complete In tho harbor
nnd Immediately oft p.irt.
This morning, tho Kenrenrgo and
tho Kentucky, sister ships, camo In to
tho docks to coal, Tho Nebraska Is
nlsa coaling. Tho other ships now
at tho docks are tho Connecticut, tho
Illinois nnd tho Wisconsin.
Tho Pucranla. collier, camo in from
BOYS OF THE NAVY!
THAT FIT and WEAR
INI MRT ST. TIL.
b erg's automobile y.-ns ulsu put nut ot
commission Just before the train left
Pearl City for Honolulu. A valvo
of the machtno exploded.
Tho trip to Pearl Harbor by water
wns made in two hours without any
mishaps nnd thoso who went down
wero grently plensed. Among thoso
on the U. S. S. Iroquois wns Admiral
Capps nnd Captains Vreelnnd of tho
Kansas, I)ole of tho Minnesota nnd
Sharp of the Virginia. They expressed
great please nt seelngi Pearl Harbor.
The Iroquois was in command of
Iloatswulu Kinney, who brought the
little craft to Dnclinrngo without nny
trouble. Immediately the party was
landed It was escorted to tho pavilion
whero refreshments wero In readiness
for them Tho .ladles received tho
guests and mido everything pleasant.
A quintet club furnished music dur
ing tho dinner. Tho tail wns beauti
fully decorated for the occasion and '
tho visitors cmno away happy.
Lnhalnn, when tho rest of tho divi
sion from there arrived, nnd Is today
alongside tho Nebraska, coaling her
In tho stream, whero alio lies in quar
antine. One Ship to Walt, fc
Onci ship, probably tho Minnesota,
will, according to a roKrt which Is
current, remain mer hero ono dny
after tho Fleet hns left, In order to
pick up mall, nnd somo extra stores.
Sho will then do a llttlo storn chaso
for tho remainder of tho voyage to
A barge with singers on board, and
(Continued on Pan 2)
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