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Korea July 29
For San Franolsco:
Siberia July 27
Mnrama July 24
Mnnulca Aug. 13
VOL. X. NO. 4060
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All Honolulu's Progressive Stores are Advertised in the Bulletin.
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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1908-8 PAGES
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18 Warships to Be
Here 18 Deys When
Paclfio Fleet Comes
Tlio Itinerary or the I'acinc I'lcot lug In port until the 17th. So Hnno
fci fur iih thU port 1b concerned haa " wl" l " eighteen vessels
. , . . ... , eighteen dnjs altogether.
Loon definitely learned. tl.nu.8h.cn-J They ,cavo Bnn Krunciaco Aug8t
lilc tulvlcos Just received from tliu ojtli.
Coast. Tlio Fleet, comprising eight Oil nnil lubricants, nnd coal, ns
iirmmcd crulrers nnil tlio Charleston, 'usual, will bo taken on here. It is
accompanied by thu Solace nnd eight generally reported today that this
destroyers, will arrive on September l'lcet will tako supplies here, but no
2d, leaving for l'ngo 1'ago on the inquiries b,io been inado In this ro-
10th. At l'ago Tago u Etay frnin tho gard, nnd absolutely nothing done
2(Hh to the 27th will bo made. Then nbmtt It. In fart. It Is biipposcd by
the shlp3 will return to tho Coast bv emtio of tho mcrrhuiits that the ships
wny of this port. Tlioy nro expected will bilng along their supplies with
to nrrlvo hero on October 7th. stay- them.
I wool mmmwMou
Heard By Wireless
BY CAPT. REES
Coaling of Fleet Was
One of the Inst olllclnl acts of Ad
miral Sperry before leaving Hono
lulu was to personally compliment
Captain Rees, Commandant of the lo
cal Naval Station, for his expeditious
coaling of the battleships while In
port. So pleased also was Admiral
Hnprrv with tho work of conllnir that
no has mentioned Captain Itces In
the highest terms In his reports to
Tho planning and accomplishment
WHILE IN SIGHT
Evolutions Begun About! 5-Year Law Misapplied
8 O'clock Last
5ays Coelho, by
I WASHINGTON, D. C. July 23. The Emperor of Japan has ratified
the Arbitration treaty between America and Japan. This treaty is simi-
J lar to that mad by Japan with European nations end was approved by
the Senate at the last session.
As coon ns tho voyage to Auckland If Governor Frcar's appointment of
was fairly started, tho Flee begun an Advisory Land Commission was
the manouvrrlng which tt his Indulged Intended to still the popular clamor
In to such an extent ever slnia leaving against tho present land laws and tho
San Francisco. Klght of the ships administration thereof, it has appar
were obsxrvort to turn and stand' oft cnlly failed In Its purpose. Since the
to tho eastward, and ihure to go Into announcement was made that such ai
battle formation, tho Fleet proceeding commission would be appointed tho J
south In two divisions, eight on tho choosing of the personel thereof hasj
east and town on tho west. been looked forward to with consider-
The fact that they hal hardly loft able expectancy, nli.l now that this'
port beforo T1s maneuvering was he- has been announced, tho names bolng
gun Is taken as an Indication that A. howls, Jr., W. A. Kinney,, Alfred W.
Prince of Wales
Opens Great Pageant
IliN linn nf ilrlll will li ndnlril In Carter. Carl H. Smith S. M. Knntkj.
of so great an undertaking ns coaling frCcly through this leg of tho voyage, mil, Joseph P. Cooko and William D. . -,., . , . t, , m . j j ix.
sixteen bnttlcshlps, with their at- as It was jn the last. jThomas, the proposition Is being qullo QUEBEC, Canada, July 23. The Fnnc? 01 "alcs today opened the
tondant nuxlllarles. called for tho ' 'generally criticised. historical pageant to commemorate the 300t!i anniversary of the founding
highest efficiency . The work was milUTDn II PI I1D ah might be expected the how) 0f the city,
pushed forward without the slightest
hitch or confusion nnd with such
mechanical precision ns to give no
sign of hurrv.
Weeks before the arrival nf tho
Fleet plans for coaling were thor-
LUNCH FOR YACHTSMEN
comes tho ion lest rrnm the parties Following this ceremony the Prince callci or. board the American
cuts" MSrZltZ battleship Jtev Hampshire and was gen the Royal salute.
even many of the lending Republicans I
express their stiong disapproval of
. the choice made by the Governor, and
Tho Commercial Cluli will entertain gonu. ovcn R0 far t Bny that
tl tDl4tt S'rtnltl'Kf.iiiktt nl liittrtliftjin n . iti .
oughly worked out, but these hid to - "" " iMIn i,oi hn o'UtT op n op "
he changed at the last moment in (11t , lvUr(, Knc8t , lncmI) j;jl0ctn0rtJi1i Ulatlon IMt wCts
uiiiu) iiiiiiimiiii itciiiiin, limn,, in mo ol mo yacm "Miiwair commitico who
Tho KnhtiKu wireless station last hor, though sbo must bo compcru.-
ovcnlng heard thu Fleet tnlklng,.nt -tlvcly closo now. Anil eyen.thls tlmo
tho usual hour.. The ships, wcre-JuaUfeho wlis heard through the, agency nf
,-off.port then, and had nothing start-! the Fleet.
ling to sa) However, tho cruiser, About M o'clock this evening, molo
Mllwnnl.ee, which Is coming down 'will bo heilrd from tho Fleet bv the
fiom tho Coast on u test similar to operator at Knhuku, according
that undcrgouo by tho St. Ioulu, was ngrcoinent.
heard, for tho flrt time. Sho was lu In fact, tho Armada expects to ha
communication with tho Fleet, nnil in communication with tho Coast by
tho mcasnges wero related on to UilsTwIrclcsi relays through tho whola oV
pinto. They wero In code, meant for tho trip down to tho Colonies. Bomo
(ho Naval Station, and in could not of tho auxiliary Fleet which Is cqulp-
bo inndo out. Matters of to.illug and
the like wero taken up.
Tho Milwaukee Is duo tomorrow.
This Is the first limn tlio K.ihukii
bt.itlon hns hcaid anything fioni
ped with the apparatus will bo sta
tioned at points In tho South ScnB to
pick up tho messages, nnd In this wny
lelny them to thp Coast, thiough Ho
Lord Iludley, who was Viceroy of
Ireland, will bo a through passenger
In tho Mamma, which Is duo from
Vancouver next Saturday. Ho Is on
hla way to Australia, wlicro ho will
occupy the position of Governor General.
"I wonder why tho seasons nro nl
wajs pictured ns women?" queried
Mrs. Naggs, whn was doing an nrt
exhibit in company with hor hus
band. "I suppose," replied N'aggs,
'It's because men mo never (satisfied
with them no matter what kind they
get." Tho Wasp.
PTT BULLETIN ADS. PAY -CJ
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Copies of the B u 1 1 e ti n i Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
late arrival of some of thi colliers
Tho collier Crnlgvur put In her first
appearance jo-itcrday aftor tho coal
ing was flnlshod. Her co:'l will bo
used for tho cruiser , Milwaukee,
which arrives tomorrow.
Captain Kccs, pressed, Into service
all the Army carts here to nsslrt tho
roal carts of tho local crntiactors.
When tho Fleet urrlved, five thou
Bund tons of coal was reaJy on the
docks all, that tho docks would hold.
to As fast as this was put aboard tho
ships It was replaced. In nil, approx
imately 117,000 tons of coal wiro tak
en aboard tho battleships to carry
them on their 17-day Journey to Aus
tralia. Some of the coal was sickeJ
and stored oil decks.
Tho highest praise Is embodied In
the comments of Sperry on tho coal
ing woi k. According to the original
working nut nf plnns for getting tho
btinKors ill led here. It wa-i expected
that only eight ships at tho most
could bo coaled In Honolulu harbor.
tint, as it turned out, nil tho auxil
iaries of tho Fleet nnd twelve of tho
ships wero coaled hero, nnd that in
face of tho fact that tho Crnlgvnr
failed to Hhow up in time to bo of any
In fact. It Is figured that all of tho
Fleet could havo been coaled hore.
Admiral Sperry asks that Captain
Hecs malic n detailed statement to
tho Uopartmont of tho very cfllclctit
and effectual arrangements by which
ho nccompllrhcd such gratifying and
ure not members of the club, nnd also
tho cnntalu with members of thu crow.
Tho luncheon will begin at 12 noon
and whllo io general speech ipnklug
program Is In contemplation It Is prob
able that sonio'cj'JIio visitors will bo
The Summer suits that we are displaying are tho
handsomest you have ever seen. Someof 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.,
C0RNHR OF POST AND HOTEL STR3ETS.
As soon ns the world starts argu
ing about religion Satan feels ablo
to rest from his labors n llttlo while,
Jacksonville (Fin.) Times-Union.
Supreme Court Hands
What practically amounts to tho
robbing of estates by certain lawyers
has been made tho subject of a sovero
ro.isl by Justice of tho Supreme
Court Da I lou In an opinion handed
down this morning In'tho matter of
the estate nf David Kamalpllalll, de
ceased. Tho en so camo from llllo,
from where It went to the Supreme
Court on probate matters.
Tho statement of Justice Hallou
hits the nail on tno beau when he
(Continued on Face 4)
IN FOREIGN I'ORTS
Thursday, July 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived July 22:
S. S. Hllonlnti, henco Juno 14.
S. 8. America Maru. henco July 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed July 23:
S. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
Editor Bryan Retires
LINCOLN,' Neb., July,23. Wm. J. Bryan has retired from the editor
ship of the Commoner'during hii campaign for the Presidency.
TACT AND TEDDY
to win tho coming election.
The complaint Is general among
thoso who are opiioscil tn tho action
of the Uovomor that the sugsr plant
ers win do sine to control tn com
mission absolutely, thoro being among
Its members several who ara nronv
Inent members of the PlancraVJUsu-
cmuuu, woiio uincrs arc bu ciuBeiy
allied to tho planters' Interests that
thcr aro virtually In that camo. The
appointment of Ksnakanul of the Sur
vey Department, while no opposition
was mado to him on personal grounds.
Is complained of because of the fact "" X"',. .B fc.fl TZ ,1 w"' f,t rW.Hf kZZ
that becauso of his position he will be Kerr .of Canada and the OO-meter race won by Carpenter of America
under the -direct control of the Gov- nave oeen aeciarea-.voia on account oi aiiegeu inienerence wnn me con
crnor, which Is taken by the oppoil-1 testants. Great indignation hat been expressed as a result of the deci-
tlon to be synonymous with that of sion.
OYSTER BAY, L. I., July 23. President Roosevelt, Secretary Root,
and Wm. E. Taft held a .conferenc; here today,
' RACES ARE VOID
LONDON, England, July 23. The 200-meter Olympic race won by
The standing high jump was won today by Emry of New York.
Sp-StJStS S1MI ! ffo
DESPERADOES BROUGHT TO TIME
the sugar men.
On tho other hind thoro wero some
Republicans found, among them Sen
ator Coelho of Maul, who believed
that It wm necpRsarv to eet men with
wido cxpcrlenco In land matters on BOSTON. Mass., July 23. One of the Jamaica Plains desperadoes
such a board, and ho praised tho op- has been killed and another captnrtd. One has escaped. ,
polntmont of J. I Cooke, who, hoi gffjs??!??"-M" """"JS!
said, was known to bo absolutely fair
said, was known to be absolutely fair.
In this connection Coelho took occa
sion to defend Delegate Kalanlanaolo,
for tho passing of tho famous fifteen
year Icnso law, which has caused con
siderable feeling against the Delegate
In somo quarters, "The flfteen-ycar
lonso law Is a good ono," said Coelho.
'And It would be a most useful law,
lf.lt wero applied as It was the Inten
tion that It should be, namely, to en
courage tho taking up nf raw land,
which It would not pay to clear and
Many n clrl who knows how to
look out for herself Is willing to let
tho right kind of man look out for
her. Illinois State Journal.
Just consider this: can you afford
to lose your source of income I
Can your family afford to lose you I
If not, you can't afford to risk life
But you CAN afford to protect
them through Insurance.
The cost is small ; tee us about it.
923 FORT ST., Honolulu
The Fleet Commlttco has decided t'i
(ell tho dancing floor used at tho
sailors' ball at Walklkl.
S.S. LIMINE, JULY 28
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 6. XING. PH0NZ 15.
BIDDER ON COAST
CUTS UNDER LUCAS
At least one ot tho bids made In
HAS RECORD CROP
Smashing Its record by far the Flo-
San Francisco for tho construction ot neer Mill finished grinding yesterday
tho new buildings at Kahaulkl Is low-1 on Mnul with 27,118 tons ot sugar to
cr'than the bids submlttod'hcre by tho
tnnl t-nntrarlnra Tim lnu-pst 1.11 mm.
plow unless a Icaso could bo had of It mmc(1 noro wa8 by Lucas Brotlirs.
for a period longer than flyo ears.lftn,, tncy havo now rcccVC,i a cub!o.
It Is tho misapplication of this law by i Rrnm from a ,,rlVR(o B0Urce tn 3an
tho administration, which uses t to FrancBCO gtMnR thot n bW for io,
nanu over iu inu luuuuiu ,""", 000 had been received there. This
irucis 01 vuiuauio luuil mucu in ar
ready for cultivation."
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. July 22.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis,
Parity, 4.32 cents. Previous quota,
tion, 10s. 10 l-2d.
would bo $8000 lower than the Lucas
Tho cablegram merely says: "IIH
1130,000," and It Is thorctoro not
known whether this is for tho con
struction of tho buildings nlono, or
whether it refers to tho construction
Inclusive of wiring and plumbing.
ST- ULLF-UN AOS. IAV -MB
J. ilopp & Co.,
185 S. XING STREET.
The best thine; yet in the Ice Cream
Line You'll find it at the
Soda Fountain of the
Drug Co., Ltd.
Its credit , It was a.hanner crop, ac;
cording to Kdllor Coke, who Is In
town from Maul, The last work was
completed yesterday evening, and tho
totals footed up. which brought tho
amount to tho nbnvo number of tons.
nr Company finished Its grinding last
Tho Hawuilan Commercial and Bug
Saturday, although they havo not yet
completed tho drying of considerable
of the lower grado of sugar. Kven on
Saturday they had ,50,000 tons, ex
clusive ot Klhci.
Sugar on Maul is picking up. The
crops arc bctteneacbiycar, and thefe
Is every Indication that they will con
tinue for tho bettor.
The life of our .Trade. It keeps
the other fellow'movintf to catch our
Everything Is Home-Hade and. De
licious at the
A. Y. CAFE
A model worn by men of the par
ticular class which, patroniiet high
priced tailors. r" ' '-" '
No. 658 Priccf $6.50
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