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Siberia (,. . j-fj . .' July 27
Marama.'-rt July 24
Manuka Aug. 13
VOL. X. NO. 4061
Burglars Are Looting
Thu lesldcnts of Mnnna valley havo
iigaln liavn thrown Into a statu of ex
citement. Hardly Irul tiio resident, gut
their nciM'3 down to a normal pitch
lifter 'tliu famous ibnnmlto diunm
before they weto ugaln agitated;
this tlniu by the operations of burg
lais, who, besides departing with
their worldly goods for places un
known, hhow u tendency toward the
melodramatic wIiIlIi Is very Btnrt
llug. During llio past week no lcs3
than three residences liae been bur
glarized that of I., a. lllnckman,
the p.utlculais of which affair woro
given by tho II u I I r 1 1 n a few dn)s
ngo; tho leildenco.of Dr. Norili, anil
finally that of tho well-known Demo
cratic leader, John Uningcr.
The Norrls residence was raided
jettord.i). It had been rented fur
nished to R. I. I.lllle. but ho and his
wlfq ate both awn),aml during tholr
nlmencu It wan occupied by Mr.' 11m
nette. who Is In I.tlllo's employ.
Ycbterday at about 7 o'clock Hur
nrttcr left tlie house, returning ut
about S:30 p. m. As .goon ns he en
tered ha found that burglars had
hcen at work. In the hallway a tablo
had been dragged out and placed In
tho middle of the floor. Aiound this
four chairs had been placed, ami on
the table on each of tho four sides u
copy of "The Outlook" had been plac
id. 1'lnally a clasp knife had been
Kuck by the point In tho center ot
the table, Iluriictto picked up thu
Dial ot tho books which canio to tua
hand, and found that it had been
opened nt an nrtlclo bearing tho title
'The races of Our Dead." This In
conjunction with tho knifo was, too
much for Iluruottc, and ho hurried
. Ho returned with two neighbors,
Gate nnd I.vons. nnd tho llirco mon
went thiough tho house. They
found that the buiglars had effected
nn entrance, through tho bathroom
window, ns wiib the case In tho
lllnckmnn robbery, nnd had left by
the kitchen door, which they had
left wldo open.
It Is tho opinion of Ilurnctto that
the burglars spent the better p.ut of
tho day In tho house. Kverythlng
had been ransacked, boxes, and
trunks had been broken nnd their
contents emptied In confusion on tho
floor. Pocketbooks and bags, which
it would havo been easy to open, had
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been slashed open, nnd the Intruders
had, besides taking nwny things, dona
much iujuiy by their ruthless hand
ling of tho furniture. In the Kitchen
and tho dining-room table-knives had
been stuck in the sniuo manner ns In
I'.-om Htirncttc the thieves stolo a
$35 drnft, ten dollars In coin, a razor,
coino handkerchiefs), nml other ar
ticles. As tho I. lilies had tnken nil
their belongliiRs with them, they did
not lose an thing; but a number of
boxes nnd trunks belonging to Dr.
Norrls, come of them looking ns It
they might have contained sliver,
wcro broken open and emptied, and
it is Impossible to say what has been
tnken from them.
Tho Ufllnger rcsldenco was entered
last Sunday, but hero the intruders
appear to have taken only some sou
cnlr dollars. They used their usual
tactics, however, ransacking every
thing und turning drawers and boxes
upside down. The burglars got In
through n door 'which they ma) hne
opened by means of n' skeleton key,
or which may havo been left open by
Reports havo been made of theso
happenings to the police, hut so far
no arrests have been made. Tho po
lice say that n number of thefts of
chickens nnd minor nrtlclcs havo
been reported from tho. region be
tween School nnd Vlnonrd Btrects.
Chinese, thlovci nro thought to he re
sponsible for these.
July 21, 'OS.
Thu olllcers of U. S. 8. CulRoa
dcslro to express their thanks
for copies ot "Fleet Edition" nt
)our pnperf, nnd'to tho ladles of
Honolulu for beautiful "Ids" re-
f eclved ns gettlnR under way.
OlTICKltS WARD ROOM,
U. S. S. CulRoa,
Bulletin Businui Offlec Plume 259.
Balletin Editorial Root Phone 185,
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. JULY 24 1908-8 PAGES
Committee Finds It Has
. After tho Fleet bills have been paid
there will be a balance of $2500 re
maining In the coffers of the I'Ject
Committee. This was the statement
mnde by Chairman George It. Carter
of the Executive Committee which
met this afternoon.
Chairman A. h. C. Atkinson of the
Sports Committee reported that Ihero
remained In his hands n cash balance
of Sutl.CC, after tho bills had been
met. He was originally allowed an
appropriation of S3C00.
Chairman Waldion of tho Enter
tainment Committee repotted that
the danclng-IIoor nt tho Seaside hits
been sold for $C30. Fred. MuGfui--lano
was the purchaser.
V .C. Wcctlon reported that bedding
and mosquito nets had been stored
away In gsoj order. Ho was author
ized to disponed of them by sale.
The nets of tho chairmen of tho
Picas mil Informatloj Committees
weru approved. In their reports they
showed balances from their appropri
ations. Foi tho Transportation Conmltteo.
Chairman Richardson rvpo.-ted that
every thin had been mnuug;d to tho
Ballbfactlou of thu sailors.
Tho ouly matter that had been
biought to thu attention of tl.a Arbi
tration Committee was that of buggy
hlro. Tho horse that wob rented to
tho sallori) was tint to their liking.
They had paid $2.60 but when they
found out tho plllkla about tho horsu,
thoy demanded their money returned.
Through thu Intervention of tho com
mittee, tho matter was settled und thu
On motion of Wnldron n voto of
thanks for tho Hoard of Super visors
and Road Supervisor Cummins wcro
extended fur thu cleanly condition ol
tho roads during Fleet wtc'.t.
A drnft of $28 was received from
Manager Ooodulu ot Walahn, as a do
nation from employees tluvo. Forty
flvu dollars was appropriated to meet
tho oxpenso of Mcllrtdu'g cablegrams,
etc., while In San Francisco nml $31.65
ror Btatlonery needed by tho former
fleet organisation; $3.60 van appro
priated for tho payment of thu bins of
tho committee on Club nnd Fraternal
organizations, of which 11. K. Cooper
Present at tho meeting woro Gcorgo
R. Carter, II. V. Wood, Goorga W.
Smith. J, A. McCnndless, G, P. Wlldoi',
F. K. Richardson, Ar I.. C. Atkinson,
IV U Wnldron.
Dr. Yoao Pinto, who has been visit
ing his family In Portugal, la at pres
ent In Franco following a tpcclnl
course of diseases of e)es, undor tho
celebrated Drs. Lnporsonno at tho
Hotel Dleu, In Paris.
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The latest cnmlldute foi thu first.
mayor of Honolulu Is 1.. E. Plukham,
lormer president of the Hoard of
Health. Ills name la hUug cuneldcr
ably discussed by u number of Hawaii
an politicians who Intend to support
him in case ho secures thu nomina
tion. The- forerunners of different po
litical factions have been feeling thu
Llruigth of tholr pirtles, nnd during
their tour nrnui.J the Island, they
found tht rlruhimi's natuu was being
epoken of as n good man for tho place.
ao far as the Labor party- is con
ccmel, It Is said that It would endorse
Plukham. Achl was ticn; but he
(.Imply Btnltud and said nothing His
lluutcuiults, v-ho mako dally visits of
various products, said that the) would
support Plnkhaiit. Whether Plukham
has been seen and has consented to
inn, no ino Ib nble to toll. At nny
ra(o In case Plnklmm has consented to
tun, it would make tho race very In
teresting. It Is not certain whether Achl will
run for mayor or not. I Ik Is la)lng
toy, waiting for tho outcome of the
HERE J CRUISE
Forerunner Of Pacific
Fleet Comes From
Tho first-class cruisor Milwaukee,
Capt. Charles C RodgerB, arrived this
morning from llrcmertoti on a prac
tice cruise. She Is to remain hero
until August 2d, vvhen'sho will re
turn to tho Coast. Sho loft Ilremer
ton on the 10th, coming down in a
leisurely manner, with no Bpecial ob
ject of speed In view. Sho encoun
tered nice weather all through, with
the exception of fogs on the first day
She Is taking on 1200 tons of coal
here. Tho coaling operations began
right after sho made tho dock, and
will be shortly finished.
This cruiser Is to go to San Fran
cisco later, and will return with tho
Pacific Fleet cruisers which aro com
ing down In September,
Admiral Swlnburno, assuming
command August 1st, will bring down
tho West Virginia, Colorado, Mary
land, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Cali
fornia, South Dakota, and Washing
ton, with tho Solace and the Charles
ton. Tho cruisers will tow down
Officers on tho Milwaukee aro:
Commander Charles C. Rogers, U.
S. N., commanding; Lt. Comdr. C. 1).
Morgan; I.t. Comdr. II. II. Caldwell;
U. E. P. Jcssop; Lt. P. W. Osburn,
Jr.; Ens. Paul P. Illackburn; Ens.
Herbert J. French; Ens. U. IJ. Wood
worth; Ens. U. M. Cooloy! 2dLt. W.
h. liurchncld, U. S. M. C.s Mid. It. K.
Turner; Mid. K. II, Donavln; Mid.
F. R. Smith; Mid. J. L. Knuffmnn;
Mid. T. M. Tipton: P. A. Surg. J."M.
nrlstor; P A. Paym. W. ,C. Fito;
Ilontswaln C. Murray; Chief 'Gunner
C. II. Sheldon; Chief Carpenter F. A.
Itrlch; War. Much. H. E. White;
War. Mach. O. P. Oraker; War. Mach.
G. L. Lovett; Pa) master's Clerk J. J.
J. Hopp & Co..
185 S. KING STREET.
Three People Sentenced;
Other Ctses Set
Tho United States Dlstllct Court
was In session this morning, and
Judge Dole sentenced n number of
persons on Indictments biought In
by the Fedcrul Grand Jury. Clem
Qulnn was assigned by Court us
counsel for Sanslu, and plea was re
served until Monday, July 27.
In the matter ot Kim Moon Sung,
tho Korean who Impeisonated a Unit
ed States Deputy Marshal on Kauai,
Judge Dole gave tho man, who ap
pears to be well-educated and Intelli
gent, opportunity to Bay whatever he
wished. He had nliendy Imposed
sentence on Kim Moon Sung, but this
was withdrawn until the man had his
say. He merely asked that a light
tantenco be Imposed. Judge Dole
thereupon gave tho same sentence
that he had previously Imposed one
)cnr in O.ihu prison, $500 tine, and
pay tho rosta of the Couit.
"Havo )ou any property?" asked
The Kotciin replied that ho had
It waB explained to him then that
at the expiration of threo months aft
er Ills term had been-. completed, he
could take tho poor man's oath and
secure his freedom. Five hundred
dollars' lino amounted to tho same.
thing as three months' Imprisonment.
T. Klnoshlta, convicted ot Illicit
distilling, was sentenced to spend
Bcven months In Oahu prison and pay
a fine of $000 nnd tho costs ot tho
Court. Mlteyasu, who was found
guilty ot forging his signature to a
U. S. money order, was handed out
two years at hard labor In Oahu
prison and sentenced to pay the costs
of tho court.
The caso of William Reed and
Mary Ilallcson, under a charge of vio
lating the Edmunds Act, was set for
August 31 for trial. Tho case ot To
mlta and Yukl Koga, under a charge
tho same ns tho one above, was con
tinued until next Monday.
The Court then adjourned 'vntll
Monday, July 27.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., July 23.
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SAN DIEGO, Calif., July 24.
from the flagship Connecticut of Adninal Spcrry's Fleet 2,000 miles at
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey. Julv
tlUblished Wlllch reltorS tV constitution of lfi"t nnrl r.r.l.n olartinna
and the assembling of the Chambr of Dcpatrs by Sai-" Pasha, Grand Viz
ier. This is a. distinct victory for the voun? Turks.
WTNTIRm Tnff Tnltf 91 Tti.
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Hayes, American, who .came in second. Dorando, the Italian, whi came
in um, luunpxM una wus utiucu ui
f a ..ii...j j .-:... j
REVIEW CANADA'S MORCES
QUEBEC, Canada. July 24.
today reviewed 20,000 soldiers and
BERNE, Switzerland, July 24.
tunnel throueh the Alps struck a stream of flowing water today and
twenty-live were drowned.
At Commercial Club
CLOSER RELATIONS TO FOLLOW BIG RACE
Yachtsmen of tho trans-Pacific raco
weru tho guests of tho Commercial
Club at luncheon this noon, and be
fore tho event was over the raco for
future yearB and closer trndo relations
between Honolulu and tho cities of tho
CoaBt which tho yachts represent.
were given a nrst class doobi.
There nero over thirty gucstB ot the
club seated at tho largo ccntinl tablo
which bore as a centerpiece a inlnla
turo yacht. Tho walls of tho dining
loom woro decorated with tho Amor
lenn nnd Hawaiian flags nnd from tho
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,Ltd.
1051 Fort Street. Telephone 282
The Woman Behind the Pocket
book it thc,JEower Behind Every
Commercial) iBrjttfcin. Honolulu,
and the EV e n i n g "-BV1 1 e t i n is
the' riej,spajer.that goes into the lar
thatis why Jt has the largest number
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A wireless racstaee was received here
24 An imnrinl rMrt lm. hn
Varaftmn i-axa .n. I... ijrm
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uic nniin. inis aisquRlineayrum.
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The Prince of Wales and Lord Roberts
The workmen on the Loctchbure
colling worn suspended long lines ot
President Smith presided ns usual,
on his right being Commodore Sin
clair of tho winning yacht and Com
modoro Wilder of tho local club on his
left, Tho remaining tables of tho club
wero ell filled with members who
hnd timed tholr lunch hour so ns to
honor tho visitors.
Tho guests wero:
Hawaii S. J. Harris. Hay Hollow,
W. II, Stroud, J. N, DeiiBham.
(Continued on Pate i)
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