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that is why it has the largC3t number
cf merchant patrons
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VOL. X. NO. 4062
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAW An. SATURDAY. JULY 25 1908-14 PAGES
PRICE 5 CF.NTS
Of No Charges
Wallukti, Maul, July 25. Judge Kcimlkul statea today that ho
Know h nothing ot nny ohirg'"' nude Against him In connection with
f tlio Mori estate administration. This was In response to n request
from tho Hill lot In correspondent for a statement of his sldo ot -f
f the caeo. f
4- H t
BY SUPREME COURT
Breaks Down injunction
In County Road
In vlow, of the recent leap Into
publicity of Judge A. N. Kepolkal, It
Is Interesting to note that the Su
preme Court has Just handed down
an opinion whereby his decision re
garding highways, We effect of lease,
and the method ot closing them, la
reversed. Tire" case Is that of Frank
Ilobello vs. the,County at 'Maul.
nobeilo secured a certain tract ot
land under an old lease, and later
fenced In an old road. The Road Su
pervisor broke down the fence, act
ing for the County of Maul, where
upon the plaintiff repaired it and ob
tained n permanent Injunction
ugalnst any further Interference.
From the decree granting the In
junction by Judgo Kepolkal, the
County appealed, and tho former de
cision Is reversed.
The syllabus states the caso:
Highways; effect of lease. Tho
leasing of public land under a right
of purchai'o lease does not extinguish
it highway existing across it, partic
ularly when tho highway Is marked
oh an "old road" upon the govern
ment map i ef erred to in the lcaso.
lllghwas; method of closing. A
public highway can bo closed only
by tho method prescribed by statute,
and no representations by public of
ficers would Justify a land owner In
closing It by fencing.
C. F. Merrill, who recently came to
Hllo to work for D. E. Mctzgcr on tho
breakwater, was badly bitten on tho
calf of ono ot his legs by a mongrel
dog at Wnlakea. The bruto drew
blood and Mr. Merrlli has been walk
ing a Ilttlo stiffly. Hawaii Herald.
" ' 'i 'i
, 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 the" are really a very
Call and see them any time you are down town.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
C0BNEB OF FORT AND HOTEL STBEET8.,
RECEPTION HELD AT
Birthday Of Emperor is
Tho first ofllclnl reception of tho
Chinese Consul since his arrival here,
In honor ot tho Chinese Empeidr,
waB held todny at the Chinese Con
sulate, on v81ierl(lau street. Practi
cally all the members of the Consular
Corps weie there -to pay their'Te
spects to the Chinese Consul.
The Consulate was decorated sim
ply but In good taste. The Chinese
flag, with its dragon rampant, was
hoisted on the flagstaff which stands
In the foreground.
Tho absenco ot the Hawaiian band
was noticeable, nnd though the re
ception was carried along without a
break, tho "affair, would have been
still more successful had the band
The Chinese merchants appeared
in their Oriental garments, with tow
Tho Consul was assisted in receiv
ing by his secretaries, who are fluent
Among those who called to pay
their respects were Ralph Forster
and T. Cllve Davies, respectively Con
sul and Vice Consul for Great Brit
ain; K. Abe, Vlco Consul for Japan;
Wm. Pfotenhauor, Consul for Ger
many; It. F. Lanz, Consul for Bel
gium; Swedish Consul Geo. Rodiek;
Chu Gem, Chun Ming, H. A. Heen,
Vong Leong, Wm. Vnp Kwnl Fong,
J. D. Gaines, Frank Damon, A. B. In
galls, R, M, Hlggs; Army and Navy
Officers, and officials of the Federal
and Territorial Governments. Re
freshments were served during the
BUUETIN AOI AV
Hope To Take Fish Trade
From the Present
A now flshmarket, belonging to the
Japanese fishing corporation will
soon be erected near the corner ot
I'auahl and River streets. This plan
of starting another flshmarket in Ho
nolulu has been under contemplation
for somo time. Recently tho Japan
ese fishermen held a meeting and de
cided to start a market ot their
own, from which they could sell their
fish. The proposition was taken up
by tho Japanese community.
Tho cost of putting up this flsh
market is not known yet, but in nny
event it will be a substantial one. The
corporation is capitalized at $70,000.
Or. Mltnmura, chairman at the
organization, said this morning that
b piece of land near I'auahl and Riv
er streets has been offered to the cor
poration, but nothing has jet been
When this new market Is complet
ed It Is expected by the Japanese that
jtne.'present flshmarkets on , King
ke(s. There will be hardly" any fish
sold there, as almost all the Japanese
fishermen will bo "shareholders' of
mis anyc flsmng corporation.
LARGE DANCE AT
In honor of tho officers ot the U. S,
S. Milwaukee, thero will lie n dnnco
at tho popular Seaside hotel tills even
ing. The officers on th,Mllwaukco
liave heard from their brother officers
of tlio flno dances which 'have been
held there, and havo requested Man
ager Stout (o hnvo a dance, tonight.
All tho friends ot tho Seasldo and the
officers and ladles of tho Army and
Navy nro cordially Invited.
niDGE COFFEY HERE
Judge J. V. Coffey of San Francisco
Superior Court, who has served in
that capacity for over twenty-flve
years, has been spending n fortnight
in nnd around Honolulu; ulso visit
ing A. D. Hill of Llhue.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailintt,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
BULLETIN ADS. PAV -
S.S. LURLINE, JULY 28
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 10.
Just consider this: can you afford
to lose your source of income 1
Can your family afford to lose you f
If not, you can't afford to risk life
But von CAN nffnrd in nrnfoet
mem tnrougn insurance.
The cost is small; see us about it.
& Hawaiian Trust
WILL- BUILD MS
$9000 isv Available For
Land Commissioner Pratt la com-,
pletlng piepuratlons for thu opening
up of homestead land for settlers, and
the first big undertaking which will
occupy bis attention will bo tho con
struction of roads into the territory
tobe opened. Under the law ot 1905
ho Is given tho right, through the Su
perintendent of Public Works, to uso
not more than CO per cent of the ap
praised value ot the land for tho con
struction of roads that will facilitate
the opening of the tracts.
Between $800(3 and SDOOO Is the
approximate estimate of money which
will be expended on the Pupukea
tract roads. Excellent roads -wiri be
built, ones that will last and be avail
able for use, for 'years to eomc. Esti
mates have not as yet been furnished
orlfmde tor the roads In raumnlu or
kaiwlkl HI in Hllo, although tliesa
will be attended to In the near fu
ture. There- is considerable monoy
available tor this work at the present
time, and Commissioner Pratt will go
ahead'' with the work as fast ns pos
sible. Contracts will bewailed for.
WATKINS HAY GO
ON LQIIIOR BOARD
Bralnard Smith' Is Also
-Mentioned In Lucas'
Governor Frear has not yet ap
pointed anyone to take the place ot
Jack Lucas on the Liquor Board, but
he has considered the names ot Nor
man Watklns nnd Bralnard Smith
for the position. These are names
that have been submitted to him by
outsiders. The Goernor stated this
morning that he had not looked into
the matter thoroughly as yet.
Alfred W. Carter called on the Gov
ernor regarding the Land-Advisory
Board, ot which he Is a member, and
also the Alaska-Paclflc-Yukon Expo
sition Commission, of which he is
likewise a member. I.
Tho Governor had nothing to say
regarding tho Kepolkal matter. He
has sent Deputy Attorney General
Larnach to lneatlgate, and will hear
from him probably before taking any
SAN. FRANCISCO. Calif.. July 25.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s.
G 3-4d. Parity, 4.22 cents. Previous
Quotation, 10s. 8 l-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. July 24.
SUGAR: 98 detrree Centrifugals, 4.17
ants, or $83.40 per ton, Previous
quotation, 4.26 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis. 10. 8 l-4d.
Parity, 4.25 cents. Previous quota
tion, JUS. lUl-Kd.
Hany Thaw seems to havo picked
up tho Idea somen hero that the courts
of thu state of New York have no oth
er bilBln'ess except to listen to reasons
why he would llku to bo sot at liberty,
Rochester Democrat' and Chronicle.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phona 185.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
WILL RUN SALOON
Uquor Board Again Cn
Tho Board of Liquor Commission
ers held a , short-meeting this morn
ing, at which there were only three
members present Cooke, Ballentync,
and Secretary Campbell, In the mat
ter ot the application of tho tempor
ary administrators of the estate of
Pedro A. Olas, deceased, for the right
to, continue and exercise tho license
held by him or a saloon at Walpahu
for tho closing of the affairs of,Xho
estate the request was unanimously
granted, a '
Mrs. Klemme presented a request
for Sunday privileges at her Aloha
Altm restaurant, but tho Board held
that they had no power to grant this
until It was proporly advertised, and
even then they thought there would
still be some question nbout It. Tho
Secretary reported that ho had noti
fied Co), McCarthy o,f the proper man
ner In which to conduct his restaur
ant under the new Sunday licenses.
The Board then adjourned.
KIUMIA SHOW OFF
Tho pUy which was to havo bcen
given at theOpora House thls'cvenlng
under tno auspices or the Dramatic
Circle of the Kllohana AH" League, has
been called off owing to tho Illness ot
Mr. Hancy, tho playwright and actor,
who has been taking one of the prin
cipal parts In the main play "Lady
-The directors ot Brewer & Co. hold
u meeting jesterday nt which they
decided (o Increase tho dividend of tho
corporation from ono and one-half to
two per cent a month. Tho chbngo
takes effect from July 1 and will bo
operative during tlio balance ot thu
Among tho arrivals in tho Marama
jesterday was Mons. RousBln, who
probably will take the post of Consul
General for Franco In Hawaii. This
position has slnco tho doparture of
Consul Vlzzavona been held by sev
oral acting consuls and Anally by
Mons. Henaut, but he did not fall a
Uctlni to Hawaii's charms, especially
since ho did not speak English, and
asked thu nuthoiltlvs In Paris to bo
moved to some other place.
The dlrlgiblo balloon belonging to
tlio war department of France mailo a
biiccessful flight at Solssons, carrying
a" cargo of 2800 poundB.
The best thing yet in the Ice Cream
Line You'll nnd it at the
Soda Fountain of the
Drug Co., Ltd.,
For a means of de
livering parcels in
Everything Is Home-Made and De
licious at the
A. Y. CAFE
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CHICAGO. 111.. July 25. The D
organized with Norman Mack of Buffalo, New Yort as chairman:"!. B.
Hall of Nebraska, vice chairman; ami Oavernor Hnj"ll of Oklnhrmn
as treasurer. The other officers of
n one oi tne "up-state" leaders of New York, who has been an active Bry
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. July 25.
president of the United Railways, f
II' L. - H jy n
iiifcuioi ui y
W Si M
organ loaay. uainoun pienuea not gJiuv.
The Calhoun'case will be the moit bitterly fW'ht of all the m-nft
cases. He is considered the "hiqher
corruption of the city government.
LONDON England, July, 23. Americans won,. I
hurdles 'nice'.', ,Quen Alexandra nresr'ite.i the
LONDON. EnrIand. -Jnlv 25
the House of Commons. It provides
BOMBAY. India. Jnlv 25 Tlnrinir flu. Wnfg v.L.Vl. ,.,. ..i i..
the troops killed several strikers. The
QUEBEC. Canada. Jnlv 25 The
the naval fleet assembled here.
Score by Inn. 123456789 Ti.
Tho line-up of tlio teams was as fol
Punnhou Hampton, ss ; Bums, c",
Bruus, If,; Hart, p.; Wuiren, ef., I.ow-
rey, 2b.; Castle, rf.; Lyman, Hi , Hen
Kelo Sasaki, f.; Talnhamu, lf-i
Fukudu, p.; Kankl, 3b.; ICojamn, rf.;
Abo, 2b.; Murakami, lb.; I to, c.; Ka
The first of tho games um pi ml by
Albright and Htcero, who liao taken
tho placo of Bert Bower, took place
this afternoon between tho Kelos and
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,9itd.
1051 Fort Street- Telephone 282
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smocratc I"at anal Cnmnntf.. !,.
the old committee up retained. Mack
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The trial of Patrick Ca'houn.
ir bribery of the city .officials was
- up" principally responsible for the
..the lGOO-meter and
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Tlio T-,.li TrmVrr; un i. ..,,.. i
situation is quiet today.
Prinri nf Wnlrc t.i ,..;... ,..i
tho I'unahous. Tho crowd was smal
ler than usual bm a goil piupo-uon
thereof waa Juiuihso. Bhuwlii that
wlianier imi have bemi the talk
about bO)cottliu the namer,, It has
lind no npprecliblc nffeot. Thu mn.n
btnrtod late, as usual, Uio Puns going
to bat 111 st.
Hampton illeu out to third. Burn
gets a two-bagger to left field. Brun
files out to right lluld nnd Bums takes
third base on tho plaj Hart Is out,
(Continued on Pajjc 3)
A model worn by mm of the par
ticular class which, patronizes high
No. 658 Price, $6.50
823 FORT ST., Honolulu