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DA1IY and WEEKLY Published by BUIXETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
t At 120 King Street.JIoaoIulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly iiiued on Tuesday of each week,
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallace R. Rnrrlnigton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
np 1 I Editorial Rooms.
w I Business
Lalinlna linn miule n liable for it
self an nn entertainer, nnd In doing
this enjoyed the time of its life.
Some day tho last shall be first.
Hawaii will keep nt the trans-Pnclflc
jncht business till that day arrives.
The trniis-Piiclllc racing yachts are
not largo hut In Importance they
make a mighty strong second In the
Kre.it Atlantic Fleet.
It would appear that the Grand
Jury Is the shortest route for escap
ing punishment If jou have the right
men nt work on the Job.
An "alleged" assault Is tho word
ing of the report. As It thcro were
any doubt of It! "Confessed" would
have been the truth.
Mathews of the Sun demonstrated
thnt there Is no telling whut these
conespondents can do in the speech
mnklng line until ou turn them
ruiids arc taking ilrst place in tho
minds of the great party leaders, if
we-may Judge from the frequency
with" which they put contribution
comment on the wires.
Tho completion of tho Navnl Sta
tion will bring to tho Island of Oahu,
nn( American population larger than
thnt of sixteen batMeshlps. Remem
ber that, when figuring the future of
the city of Honolulu.
Attorney General Donnparte is
wlso in deciding thnt Hawaii should
look after Itself In tho management
of Its local affairs. Now tho reform
era will not care bo much about whe
ther tho United States DIctrlct Attor
ney Is Undo Sam In Hawaii though
they would Htlll like to know.
The Ii u 1 1 e t i n has received nn
unfeigned typewritten document pre
pared with the obvious purpose of 10
newlng tho Wnllach agitation. We
don't know the author of It hut we
hnve one word of suggestion: This
Territory Is not large enough to hold
another Wnllach agitation or Wal
GOOD POLITICAL JOB.
The purpose for which the assault
case of Captain J. F. Carter on Re
porter Mooro of the Evening
II u 1 1 0 1 1 n was brought before tho
Federal Grand Jury has been accom
plished nn excuse for Cartor.
Tho II u 1 1 0 1 1 n has belloved
from the outset that this was tho
plan, nnd we cannot fall to compli
ment the friends of the Captain for
their success in diverting the ma
chinery or American Justice to serve
11 disgraceful end If It merit compli
ment. 'i'lie paragraph in the Grand Jury
report dealing with tho case means
An officer of tho United States
Navy, wearing tho United States na
al uniform which is a protection
In Itself as against tho civilian and
enjoying tho further protection of tho
United States Naval Reservation, can
assault a reporter on his beat In the
regular performance of his duty, and
recelvo n erdlct manipulated by
prejudiced friends, of "Well done,
tnou good nnd faithful servant."
The disgrace to American decency
and Justice are too patent to require
.The statement hns been made that
whon Captain Carter In u lit of anger
called Reporter Moore n liar, this was
the signal for a fight, and tho report
er should have proceeded to do battle
on n naval reservation!
This claim brilliantly illuminates
the cowardice of the assault. Had a
civilian, no matter what his provoca
tion, struck a United States officer In
uniform nnd in his' office, the vocabu
lary of tho officer and tho Bervlce
would not hnvo been large enough to
have described tho horror of tho
crime committed. Wo agree that no
man has Justification for assaulting
the uniform of n United States offi
cer, regardless of the character of tho
Per Sl Months m .80
Per Ye.r, uiywhere In il.S I.00
Pci Year, auj litre In CtuJ... I. Bo
Per Year voup.U, lordiu 3.00
Entered it tbe Postoftice at Honolulu
at truiod cLms m titer.
JULY 20. 1908
man wearing It. The uniform nnd
the flag ure n protection, and ought
to be. They have been honored by
tho best men of our land.
Tho fact that this Is so makes more
pointed tho disgraceful conduct of u
man In uniform who takes ndvantngo
of the conditions surrounding his po
sition to co.mult an assault on n civil
ian, t lso 0:1 ll.lt..
In t!ie -iK-i t of a political Job, tho
comment . f the redcrul Grand Jury Is
qtlltC .. iAcsOM.
This afternoon from 3 to 0, n ilnnce
Is in pi ogress on the quarter deck of
the flagship Connecticut, as a return
by the officers of the Fleet for tho en
tertainment which tho citizens of tho
city afforded. Then men wero hard
at work this morning, decorating tho
rhlps with flags, and a beautiful Bight
they made of It. Officers from nil the
tlilps will bo there. The people to bo
entertained, the ladles to bo with
them, nro tho Governor, tho Territor
ial officials, tho members of tho con
sular servlco here, tho Army mid
The deck Is covcied with an awn
ing, and under this nro stretched tho
U. S. ensign, nnd flags of various na
tions. Flags of tho signal code nro
strung nlong tho rail and up tho gang
plank: every fitting of tho quarter
deck is covered with bunting. Grace
fully draped and artistically arranged.
tho flags and gny bunting made n set
ling uupnrelleled for such nn event.
K. Ono nnd Klkegnwa woro granted
n license to sell liquor In tho old Han
zal saloon this morning at tho short
meeting of tho Liquor Commissioners
No other business of Importance was
transacted nt tho meeting.
(Continued from Page 1)
Amongst other matters called to
our attention was nn alleged violation
of the laws of the United States rel-
Anapuni St., Manoa Valley, Bere
Partially Furnished Houie at Wai
Building Lots, Manoa Valley, Ma
kiki and Punahou Districts.
House and lot at Kapahulu for
House and lot on Makiki St. for
House and lot. College Hills, for
Corner Fort and Merchant Strata.
RATES ABE LOW.
5jwd mk IboM
Near the center of tho
city nt $100 per month.
House suitable for
nnd boarders. Place Is
partly furnished. An
opportunity for 0110
wishing to run small
Sjwfi IflMd LoM
atlve. to nn assault committed on n.
Naval Reservation of the United
Stntcs located In Honolulu. In that
caso wo have no bill, believing that
tho alleged assault was committed
under circumstances which would
lead n petit Jury to return n vcidlct
of nut guilty.
Witnesses were examined by us
relative to nn alleged violation of tho
Act of the Congress of the United
States of America, npproved Febru
ary 7, lS'JG, entitled:
'An Act to piohtblt prize-fighting
nnd pugilism, nnd fights between men
and animals, and to provide penalties
therefor, In the Territories and Dis
trict of Columbia."
Wo hnvo heard testimony as to tho
character of encounters which liuvc
been had In tho Territory since an
nexation. While perhaps the contests held
may, technically speaking, be within
the letter of the Act, they certainly
have not been within its spirit.
As far as wo havo been nblo to
ascertain, at no time hns them been
any exhibition of brutality, nor hnvo
tho contests promoted or excited
gambling, mora than does any other
athletic sport, or other events or
games dependent upon skill or
rhnnco. Wo believe they havo been
conducted In such 11 manner as to
promoto athletics within the Terri
tory, nnd until tho chnractcr of tho
contests changes, wo do not believe
they should he interfered with.
The attention of (his Grand Jury
has been called to tho fact that tho
United Stntcs Government In erect
ing tho Leprosarium on tho Island
of Moloknl has employed ns mechan
ics and laborers persons who pay 20
per cent, of their wages to tho per
sons securing them employment. No
cvldcnco hns been presented to tho
Grand Jury showing or tending to
show thnt the amount of commission
thus paid has been taken Ty nny of
flclnls of tho United Stntcs. The mat
tcr thus called to tho nttcntlon of tho
Grand Jury has, howovcr, directed
its attention to tho fact that alien
laborers and mechanics nro being em
ployed on public works of tho United
States, who pay commission for tho
securing of employment, nnd this nt
a time when citizen laborers of equal
efficiency could readily hnvo been em
ployed, nt no greater, and possibly
It Is respectfully suggested that
wherever American citizens can be
employed as laborers or mechanics,
United States officials constructing
public workB sco that such citizens
Wo further respectfully suggest
that copies of this part of our report
be forwarded by the United States
District Attorney to such depart
ments of the Government of the Unit
ed States as havo in chnrgo tho ex
penditures of money on public works.
THE COLLEGE WIDOW
"Tho Collego Widow," a play with
class, by George Ade, will bo pro
duced by tho Lumloy Company at tho
Orphcum tonight. Tho entro com
pany will bo In tho cast. Buhler,
Montgomery, Keano, Thornton, Oren
dorf, nnd Lowell will havo prominent
Following Is a short synopsis: At
water, tho Presbytotlan college, whero
all tho action takes plnco, and Ring-
ham, tho Ilaptlst college, are rivals,
particularly In football. When tho
play opens, tho football season has
JuBt begun, Hiram Bolton, a welthy
magn from tho west, la on his way to
Dingham to placo his son Billy, who
Is a groat halfback. In that collego.
Stopping at Atwnter to boo his old col
lego chum Peter WIthorspoon, tho
president of Atwnter collego.
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 five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
Have Found Honolulu
Best Place On
T. Dart Walker, marine nrtlst with
the Fleet, nnd representative of The
Illustrated London News nnd Leslie's
Weekly, said on Saturday, "I have
been In all parts of tho world, but I
havo never visited any plnco Hint
caught mo ns this ono has. The Pall
Is mngnlllccnt. I wanted to stay
there hours nnd 'Just look.' It is
Franklin Mathews of tho New
York Sun service Ih more enthusiastic
In his pratso of Honolulu nnd the
very cordial 'reception tho men of tho
Fleet nro having. "It Is perfect. Ev
erything Is perfect. I think I can
llnd words to express myself, and I
think you'll bo snlislled with tho re
port on tho visit to Honolulu." Mr.
Mathews had his first experience,
with surf-riding on Sunday nflor
noon. His ennoe swnmpod on tho
first trip In unit as Mathews cannot
swim he had nn opportunity to study
tho waves nt close quarters.
Mr. Clotworthy of the United
Stntcs Press stops ever half-hour In
his wny about town to tell his frlcnd
what n magnificent placo Honolulu
Is. "I have been In even p.irt of tho
world, nnd this bents them nil. Tho
cllmato is right nnd everything Is ns
nearly perfect nB could bo Imagined."
(Continued from Pace 3)
in., take In fisherman's staysail. 7
m., wind freshening, WNW., leu
July 8 4!25 n. ni main topsail
bhect fastening nt end of gaff gnvo
wny. Took In mnliisall and fastened
block with Btont shackle. This took
smell minutes, losliig us about 1 mile.
S n. m., chango course t,o WSW. Wind
veering nbout duo NV. d p. m.. wind
lightening, but verlng. Slacked main
Bhect Compass course WSW. 'A W.
Julv 98 a. 111.. wind still NW. net
ting very light. C p. 111., sighted unll
on weather beam nbout 15 miles, bark
rig fiom SouIIl 8: IS p. in., paBso.l
balk closo under her lee. Shu veered
olf nnd passed tinder bur stern. Wero
not In balling distance.
July 107 n. m set squaresnll and
rattle. Wind veering, duo N. 4 p. m.,
nltered courEo to S.W, nnd W. 'A W.
No morning sight. Took afternoon
fclght (poor) 4:20. Wind N.
July 11 5-15 n. m. Took In raffle
and equal 0 sail. S a. 111., wind very
light, occasional flutters with light
lain, bright clear sun between times.
Almost flat calm. Wind N. 3 miles.
0 n. m., wind freshens, veers enough
to set square sail and raffle. 5 p. 111.,
after n few puffs and fog flurries wind
enmu up fairly steady, about 12 miles
July 12 Wind foil very light booh
nfter midnight. 9 a. m., It vccicd to
truo NE. about blx miles. Squat ed
yard and Flacked shcetH.- 9:30 fl, in.,
foro topsail Bhcct block gave way on
gaff. Lowered forosall and put In
shackle. Very light winds all day till
5 p. 111., when It Increased to about
July 13 Wind began to lighten
nbout 4 a. 111. 7 a. 111., took In foresail
nnd fore topsail nnd Bet leo sldo of
square Ball. ImpiovlBcd a leo raffle
out of tho fisherman's staysail by tak
ing tnck to end of bowsprit. Thin
seemed to draw handily. 2 p. in., set
foresail and took In square sail mid
raffle. S p. m., wind squally. Jlbe1
twice to hold course.
July 14 Wind foil light again In tho
morning. Forced to Jlbo several times
to hold course. Wind steadied about
D:30 n. m. and blew from NE. by K.
Wind light nil day. Courso WSW.
July 152:30 n. m.. Jibed mainsail.
Courso SW. by W. Wind dead nft nil
early morning, linn on port and Btnr
Loard Jibes alternately ono half point
off course In ench case. 9:30 a. in.,
wind showed signs of castcrlng mid
coming over port quarter. Set foic-
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Our present stock composes
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Your inspection of the goods
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that brings his bov in our store will wish he were a boy
again when he sees the assortment of "SAMPECK."
clothes we show.
They are so different from 'the clothes "father"
wore when he was a bov,
The quick eye of youth will take in nt a glance
nil the special features nnd iinttiness these clothes
have. They'll make him FEEL he is almost a
Jui.t as much style, same materials and workman
ship as is in the clothes for grown-ups.
Norfolks, Single-Breasted Suits, in wide variety of 'ma
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One entire floor devoted to clothim?.
M. M4Ineiliy, 3LtcL, Fort and
sail nnd fiiretopsall. 12 noon, wind
blow back to NNL. Resumed previous
tnctlca ami nlturuato Jibes. Took in
foresail mid foretopsall,
July 10 C n. 111., main topsail sheet
gno way. Took In mainsail nnd ie
love. Itafflo halyard nlso gnvo way
nbout G:30. Wind sticmger nnd Ktoad
ler nil dny. NNK. to E. by N. 11 05.
It. It. It. had bath In bunk. 11:25 Raf
llo halyaid rnirled auay.
July 17 Wind Btcndy about twen
ty mites nil day, except during two
r.ilu showers. 10:30 p. 111., rnlu squall.
July 185 u. in., raffle Hheot giio
wny. (1:30 set foresail nnd topsail,
both drawing. 8:15, raffle halyard ear
rlcd away. 9 11. 111., took In foresail,
July 195:30 11. 111., slghtod llalawa
Point, Molokal Island, twenty miles
2 points on leo bow .starboard tack.
1:30 p. in., sighted Diamond Head. Set
foresail, foietopsall, ntnsall and Jib.
3 p. 111., sighted signal station nnd saw
signal flying, but could not iiinko It
out. 3.23, passed Diamond Head. I
p. m., doctor came on board mid IWic
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Desks and Seats, latest improred de
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J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
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J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST. near Bethel. Phone 76.
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Children's Shoes of Yici Kid, Patent Leather, and
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Same in Misses' Shoes, in sizes from 11 to Z, and also
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$1.30 SHIRTS CUT TO $1.00
$1.75 SHIRTS CUT TO $1.23
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