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VOL. X. NO. 405?
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" IOut Fleet Sparry Appreciates
1 and Its Hawaii's Hospitality
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NEWPORT, R. I., July 22. The '
President in his address to the Naval
Conference held here made a stirring ! y
anneal to the assembled officers for a J ,
liard-hittinp Navy. ';
The President stated that he be- .
licves in the restriction of immigra-.
tion-and in the ability of the country
to uphold this ripht.
In referrinc to the cruise of the
Atlantic Fleet, he said that the trio
around south .mcrica "'as an object
lesson to give rezlity to the Monroe
EXrELLED EY CASTRO
'On tlie Me of iloinrtmc n ilie I nltnlS i . w n'l Klret
wish to express to tho peul.l of llo.iolnhi ami vt t lie Tonl-
tory of Hawaii tin- rliiLerc uiiruf Intlon of tlio iiOIipim and
men of the I'leet for the Minllv and rom'roui IiuliiIi illl ox-
teinleit to tlicm throuKiiout tlieli isit
"Tlio LourttouH ami fair treatment hhuwn t tic enlitnl mun
of tlio Meet la especially rcrutjf liis to ino ami innnt Tul in cn
eundcr prlilo In the iiniforin m 1 .ul.l to iln luntnutluent of thu
fiilUlt-il iiersonnvl, theieli) jiroUiitliu: n l.mllriR mid liwitlU lal cf
fttt upon tlic Nnnl Serlcc."
The aboo Is tlio Ktatcincii t of Admiral Cli.ii. S flpniiy
Klum out tliU noon. Thin i!ii n.c Kctitlinonta ero pnilin.tlPil In
a (oniniunlcation cent to tloior noi 'i.ir toJax
The flajrship of the Atlantic Fleet hft th- wharf this afternoon at an earh hour preparatory to leadinc the wav of the Flett't long ioir
ney to th" British colonies of the So ita. The Connecticut has been the center of odmirins crowds during th e stay in port and as a representative
ship built by the Havy Department, it has come to be a special source of p-ide t" citizens cs well ns the oncers and men of the service. The Con
necticut is proof that the men of the Navv can build the best shins as well as handle them second to none after they are in the water.
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Praised By Fleet
' U. S. B. WISCONSIN'. 1ST 11ATK, n.AOSIIII'
4 Honolulu, Terrltoiy of Hawaii.
July 22n,d, 1908.
Editor Rvonlnc Hullo tin, Honolulu, T. H.
Sir: You havo no Idea how much the officers nnd men of
O our ship appreclato the news which wo recehed through Aur
paper, oven before wo landed nt tlio dock. Wo want to coinpll-
ment you on the Interest that you have shown tn Klvlnft to us
so early the largo Fleet Edition.
Many of these editions havo been majlcd homo and certain-
ly will bo n great help for Honolulu and the Hawaiian Islands.
Thanklnc ou for jour courtesy nnd the courtesy In general
that has been demonstrated by tho Honolulu people, I beg to re-
main, Yours sincerely, ,
. F. B. DEATTY,
Captain, U. S. Navy, Commanding V. S. S. .Wisconsin.
FLEET COMMITTEE TO
SAY ALOHA TO FLEET
Members of tho Fleet Executive,
nnd Kecoptlon Committees will go
out this afternoon at r' o'elock In tho
U. S. S. Iroquois to say Aloha to Ad
miral Sporry and the officers of tho
Atlantic Fleet, licforo It balls for a
trip around tho world. Tho band will
go along with tho committee to play
Bulletin Bnstnesi Office Phone 286.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
The Summer suits that we are displaying are the
handsomest you have ever seen. Some of the most exclusive
patterns are made up into these suits, and the making of
the suits themselves is done by the Alfred Benjamin Co.
of New York.
Then there are suits of plain blue and black.
All these suits are made in the latest styles, in single
and double-breasted models, and thev are really a very
Call and see them any time you are down town.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
C0RNEB OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Stay of Warshifs Not
Marred by Singh
Sheriff Iaul.cn this mornlng,callcd
on board tlio flagship Connecticut to
express his gratification over tho ex
cellent conduit of the men of tli
I'leet during their stay In thU port.
"The men could not have- been
mora orderly than thoy havo been,"
eald tho Sheriff this morning. "Tho
polko have had absolutely no trouble
with them. Thero has not been a
single regrettable Incident, which,
when jou consider what a largo num
ber of men has been ashore, Is quite a
wondcifu) thing. Wo have had much
moro troublo with a single transport
tlinn we havo had with this entire
Fleet. In tliU connection I will say
that tho greater part of the burden
of patrollng the tlty was taken up
by tho Fleet people themselves, who
remleied mo3t vnluablo nsslstanco by
their patrol parties which were con
stant!) on duty."
On the wholo the community ceems
unanimous In Its pralso of the con
duct of tho men, and tho feeling Is
being genornlly oxpresscd that thoy
aro a lot of gentlemen and a credit to
tho N'nvy nnd the Tlag.
It wuh especially noticed that on
the cars, a placo whero the tc3t of
manners is most frequently brought
out, tho sailors not only Insisted on
giving up their seats tia long as there
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CARACAS, Vcncs . July 22. Pres
ident Castro has expelled Minister
Derus, representative of the Nether
lands, for personal reasons.
CHICAGO, 111., July 22. The Cir
cuit tCourt has reversed the judg
ment of Judge Landis, who fined the
Standard Oil Company $29,000,000.
for violating the anti-Trust law.
NEWPORT, R. I., July 22. The
Presidential yacht Mayflower with
the President on board ran down and
sunk a coasting schooner ' while
steaming through a heavy fog. Six
people from the ship were rescued.
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HIS JUMP IS RECORD
LONDON, Eng., July 22. Irons of
Chicago won the running jump in
today's Olympio gamef. His dis
tance of 24 feet 6 inches establish
es bl new record.
Just consider this: can you afford
to lose your source of income ?
Can your family afford to lose you f
If not, you can't afford to risk life
But you CAN afford to protect
them through Insurance.
The cost is small; see us about it.
S.S. LURLINE, JULY28
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 6. KING. PHONE 15.
QUEBEC. Canada, July 22, The
Prince of Wales arrived today and
was saluted by the assembled war
ships. On landing 'he was welcomed
by on assembly of 50,000 people.
TO SAVE THE ANUBIS
SAN FRA.-uifsGO. Calif.. Julv 22.
Assistance has been sent the steamer
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 22.
An attcmot will be made to save the
Kosmos liner Anubis that went
EVERY SHIP TO
WASHINGTON. D. C. July 22.
Plans are making for the installation
of a postofflce on every ship of the
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 22.
The tornedo boats Fox, Davis, Rowan
and Goldsborough arrived here today
from a cruise to Euroke.
SCENE OF TROUBLE
PUERTO C0RTEZ. C. A.. July 22.
The U. S. gunboat Marietta arrived
ENGINEER LAWRY, IS .DEAD
FRESNO, Calif.. July 22. En-
cineer Lawry, formerly on the Van-
dalia at Honolulu, is dead.
The Suhiooder Jtoaid Is finished will h.io to ha done In bcraplng away
with Its work nte4tlgatlotiii lnst-iome points nnd Ktrnlghtenlnu tho
ing oer tho stn ,ot the Fleet at the ourto In any evu'it the object will
I'ear! Harbor site aro thiough. nnd be to i.iakc It as mfe as ooaalblo.
.ie?ommcmlatlous will be miide,to tl: "Thn milter ft boiioi and ccttlnK-
Department on the. strength of tlnisc out tho rocjt wllljau)iiy effect on
1 WhOn tbui today. Admiral Qchrob-tlils worlr The inrk 1 about as hard
nor wuu; "Aiuen or inr won. whiuii-jb ho rxpptteri, thnupli the hardest
wo have done Is of a technical nature, ;uit of II U probabl) ui.ii the mouth
and would net ba of the greatest In-of tho channel, where It ha not been
teiest to tin public A good man u-oiUeil with ton great extent Dor
mapa will linu to bo drawn, and sub-lng operations aro not complete,
mltted nt Washington, , "Tho appropriation for this work
"Tho polley will bo to mal.o thels aalIabio nt once, but I cannot say
ilmuuul as itrnlght as practicable Ithnw boon uttnal construction will be
in to bo straightened, and narrowed. gin. It Is not probable that nlelay
The amount of dradglng to bo dono will bo had
In this case will bo about the same as "I like I'eail Harbor ery much as
If tho channel wero loft wider nnd a site, Soino peoplo aro Inclined to
were mcie crooked, the work to bethink that it would to bot'er If It had
done nt the sides of the channel In more water N'ot nn moro depth,
such a caso onscttlng the work which but a wider expanse."
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. XING STREET.
The life of our Trade. It keens
The best thing yet in the Ice Cream
Line You'll find it at the
Soda Fountain of the
Drug Co., Ltd.
QUEER KINK IN '
Another queer kink has been dis
covered in tho municipal act, and It
seems that under Its proMslons It
will bo necofsnry to hno two regis
tration lists at tho coming election, u
fnct which will undoubtedly causo ton
sldorabto confusion unless It can ho
remedied, nnd It does not seem pus
Bible that that can be done.
Section 70 of the Act says: "All
persons duly registered under tho lavs
of tho Territory to oto for Senators
and Representative at tho last gen
eral election shall bo qualified to vol?
for city nnd county oDlccrs at this
"This will moan," said tho prom
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NEW STATION SHIP
Pearl Harbor will have n ttation
ship In nnnlhor month, when tlu
monitor Wjomlng will bo down from
Mnio Hlind. Sho Is n lplcnl coast
dofenss boat, with n complement ot
125 men, and a battery of two 13 Inch
guns nnd four 0 inch guiiB.
This easel Is to III! a place which'
Is now partly occupied by the tug
Kspeclal Interest attaches to the
Wjomlng, as she is being used In n
seilos of tests with oil-burners on
Th. Weekly Edition of th. Evening
Bulletin gives comul.L summary cf
rft. n.wi of th. day.
Everything Is Home-Madc and De
licious at the
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