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VOL. X. NO. 4065
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JULY 29. 1908-8 PAGES
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Persia Ashore And
Mongolia Damaged In
Typhoon At Shanghai
HONGKONG, China, July 20. It is estimated that a thousand per
sons have teen killed in a typhoon hire.
The Pacific Hail Steamship Coaioany offices have been wrecked. The
Pacific Mail steamship Persia (formerly the 0. & 0. steamship Coptic)
has been driven ashore, and the Pacific Hail liner Mongolia damaged in
Thousands of craft were destro ed at Canton.
m i . i
Attempt Made To
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 20. & woman, sitting on the steamer
deck, directly under Taft, was today hit by small shot fired from ft
house-boat on the Ohio river. '.
m i win '
Hearst is Chairman
CHICAGO, 111., July 29. Hearst has been chosen as chairman of the
National Committee of the Independence League.
Moyer Is Reelected
DENVER, Colo., July 20. Moyer has been reelected as president
oi the western federation o( Miners.
Auto Kills Sands
PARIS, France, July 29. Winthrop Sands, the stepson of W. X.
Vanderbilt, was killed in an automdbile accident today.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, July
open November 12.
Banner Boys' Suits
These are real Boys' Suits,
made by special Boys' Tailors.
They are handsome and
natty, as well as correctly tai
lored, and the material it
strong and pretty.
They are strongly made
never rip at the seams.
In Knickerbocker and other
THE KASH CO.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sta.
misses tafT and hits woman
29. The new Parliament will
E. 0. HALL & SON
Mary Dame Hall Orders
Sale Of $15,000
Thu will of Mary Damo Hall wax
this morning admitted to probate hero
and In New Jersey, Samuel M. Damon
was appointed administrator with thu
will annexed, and his bond was fixed
at 1110,000, which is practically tho
amount ot tho estate.
Tho will of Mrs. Hall authorizes tho
silling of clock that she owns In tho
Arm of n. O. Hall & Hon to tho amount
of $15,000. Of this amount ho bo
queaths $10,000 to Mount Hohoke Col
lege. South Hndley, Mass , and the
other $5000 Is to go to Chas. E. Dame,
a nephew. .
Ten shares apiece of E. 0. Hall .
Son Btock Is given to E. O. White and
E. O. Hall, hecauso of the fact thai
they arc named after her husband,
who was also an E. O. Hall. Thn re
mainder of tho E. O, Hall ft Son stock
Is dhlded between tho children of W.
W. Hall. Thero aro numerous other
bequests, but they nre not of local Im
portance LEPER DOCTOR
GOTO IS DEAD
. ; ' v.tj j '- .-
Practiced His Cure For
Years At Molokai
Dr. M. Goto. welK known to the
old-timers here as the flrrt Japanese
physician who did much good to the
lepers at tho settlement on Molokai,
died on July 9th at his nome In To
Dr. Goto carao to the Islands in
1886, shortly after tho late King Ka
laknua returned from Japan on his
tour around the world. During hli
resldonco of three years in the Is)
anda he was permitted to reside and
practice nt the Molokai leper settle-
niont. Ills remedy, It Is said, was
the only one that relieved the In
mates to any great extent.
Afterwards Goto returned to Japan
nd in 1804 cum attain tn tho til.
ands with his family, remaining here
for two years and two months. Find
ing Hawaii not to his liking, Ooto
and his family returned to Japan and
the doctor opened a hospital, which
he successfully conducted until his
death. He was 62 years of age.
r-IULLETIN ADS. PAY
S.S. LURLINE, JULY 28
AIXIQATOB PIAB3, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72S. KINO. PHONE IB.
"X7Ti! draw up
" Wills in
small or large
923 FORT ST., Honolulu
On the transport which Is due in
November, the first battalion ot U. 8.
Army "Engineers, now stationed at
Vancouver barracks, will be here tor
the purpose ot making a map of tho
Island ot Oahu. They come under
command of Major E. WlnBlow, ot
the Corps of Englnocrs, who Is to re
lieve Capt. Otwell in charge of the
U. 8. Engineer Odlce here, according
to present understandings In the
The men who will do the map-
making will be directly In charge of
Cnpt. Otwell,, while Major Winslow
will assume control of the offlco here
at once, and, presumably permanent
Major Wlnslo Is one of the most
capable and thoroughly likable men
tn the service, and, as the two-year
term ot service which 1b usually giv
en In the .tropica Is over for Captain
Otwell next fall, It Is felt that Hono
lulu I fortunate In getting such a
man as Olwell's successor.
Cap't. Otwell m been doing some
excellent work have, nnd has now
Just about gotten'' things organized
for good, bard work, when he is by
the chances ot army life, removod,
and the task ot gathering the fruits
of the labor he has done In the last
two years will fall to another.
, The headquarters of this First
Dattallon Is at Fort Mason, San
Francisco. Capt. Otwell is to go wltti
then; back to the; Vancouver bar
racks. CHIEF THURSTON
FOUND NOT GUILTY
Tale Of Gory Battle
Told In Police
Charles H. Thurston, the chief ot
the fire department, waa this morn
ing discharged In the Police Court,
where ho appeared on a charge ot as
sault and battery on William Frlel,
a motorman, who was formerly In the
employ of the Are department. D. h.
Wlthlngton prosecuted, while Frank
Thompson appeared for the defend
ant. Frlel was tho prosecution's only
witness. He said that Thurston had
run his rig within six Inches ot him
on Palace Square, so that ho had to
Jump to get out ot the way. Frlel
had warned him against doing this
sort of a thing too often, and had
then gono to the Palace restaurant
tor bis luncheon.
While he was washing his hands,
(Continued on Pafe 5)
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 8. KINO STEEET.
For a mean of de
livering parcels in
Prominent Physician Is
Guarded By Our
Dr. Herbert Hare, professor of med
icine and therapeutics of tho Medical
Collego of l,ennslvnnla, v. as given a
lunch today b tho physicians ot Ho
nolulu. at the UnUerslty Club. Prac
Association were presont to honor tho'l" evening, been r.ceived, stating
distinguished guest Dr. llaro Is the' that the Kamehameria led, with the
iiuthor of many standard medical. Hawaii second, the 7. A. Cummins
works. Although he li said to bo mak-l made nort this memine with tho
tically all the members or the Medical
ing a pleasure trip around the world,
It Id nviuiAln.1 flint twt arttl nmlfA mmM.
lt Is expected that ho will make spec-
mi Biuuy oi various biiujccib in japan
nnd In Oermnnv. Iln Is mi nuthorltv,
on many diseases
Dr Hare is a man ot flno ph)Blque.
in spue oi mis no was careiuny guara-
d by a number of ttm local
clans, who would not let reporters
come near to Interview him. at least Tho flrit thing authentic, after re
not on the promises of tho UnUerslty pnrt that the boats had been seen
c'u,b ,. , ,,.,,. Igolng round Koko Head with the
Dr. Haro la accompanied by his fam- .,.i, , ,,, ... 1,1.1. .. ,.,
Ily. His daughter, acconflng to one of la ," 'i10 ea,d; ,hlrl Bm'"'
tho phslclana. is married to Lleuten-i08 rathcr Improbable, In view of the
ant Crook pf tho United 8tatcs Navy.''re'e"8 fron Wilder. in the
Thoo present at thn lunch were Dr. form of a wireless message Bent lust
C. D. Cooper.. Dr. Cofcr, Dr. McDonald, evening by Charlie Wilder from f.n-
Dr. Judd. Dr. Waterhouse. Dr. Kogers,
..8lncialr',.,Dr'- McCaiium .ot Fort
"IUI ill IIIIliUIUWiMlW
MAY VISIT HERE
May Call On Way
That the visit of a body of reprcsen
atlvo merchants of San Francisco to
these Islands, for which the Chamber
ot Commerco and tho Promotion Com
mlttco havo for a long tlmo past
worked so hard, may soon become a
fact is indicated by the following, let
ter, which was received this morning:
San Francisco, July 22, 1908.
Mr. II. P. Wood, Secretary Chamber
of Commerce, Honolulu, Hawaii.
My Dear Mr. Wood: Your letter of
June 29lh, In which you suggest that
a party ot representative merchants of
San Francisco charter a steamer for
an excursion to Honolulu via Htlo, has
A great deal of interest has been
thown by local merchants in your sug
gestion, and we aro now considering
an Invitation recently received from
the Chambers of Commerco In Japan
for an oxcurslon to that country,
It occurs to mo that In case arrange
ments are made for tho excursion to
Japan the party could stop over a few
days at Honolulu.
Tho members of tho Chamber of
Commerco will meot in quarterly ses
sion on Tuesday, August 4th, when
5 our communication will bo officially
placed before them, and you will hear
furthor from mo in relation tnercto.
Yours very truly,
C. W. BUP.KS.
Hew, Fresh Assortment Just In.
Drug Co., Ltd.
or Sinner, at our
Hawaii Pulled Into
First Place Late On
The Hawaii leads! After a wire
less, dated at 2 p. m.. yesterday, had,
EOod news that later in the afternoon
V. .. ... ,t
tne crait nad been seen, witn tne Ha
,. t th
"". " " goon.
The latest news from this rn"0
demonstrates, It eeerus, that the Ha
waii Is quite a different bnnt with
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physl-jhallait out and running up Into tlio'' mm In ne made well up tho
halna. as. agreed. It was lm follows:
mens, Hawaii, Gwendolyn, , Gladys, (orablo to a
wall's windward work eOod.!'
This Is the most cheering
wnicn up to mat lime naa ever iieeniMlFH c. I,. HobliiBon. who Is on her
receivca iro-n me Hawaii, in any
Many Police Changes
Predicted By laukea
"I expect that there will bo a great
many changes in tho illco depart
ment during tho next month or so,"
said Sheriff laukea this morning, af
ter he had confirmed the report that
Clerk Niclson, who has been doing ex
cellent work In the receiving station
for several years, had been relegated
to tho waterfront to tako tho place of
Lewis Reeves, whoso resignation the
Sheriff called for yesterday.
"Every member of tho department
whq runs for an office, or who In nny
other way takes nn actlvo part In tho
campaign will bo asked to resign,"
continued tho Sheriff, when asked for
his reason for prophesying tho ndvent
of the great shake-up. "I cannot gUo
you the names of those whom tills
will probably effect, I hao heard tho
names of quite a number of members
of tho department, but I do not think
It fair to glvo thorn out now."
'Will this affect men like Charllo
Ttoso And Jack Kalaklolu if they
kbould run?" asked tho reporter.
"Yes." answered tho Sheriff. "It
will effect evory mombcr of tho de
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ocnt. It demonstrated tlint bIio was
outsailing tlio Gucmlol) n, in spite ot
the light wind, In which It la a popu
lar belief tills craft cannot nail.
When the boats pissed Diamond
llc.id the Kamehameha led, with tho
Gwendolen second, nnd the Hawaii a
c!o" third Tho alteration In tho
losltlons, with the llnw.ill In second
plnic, was particularly grutlflng. It
nitght linM been hoped that tho
nrhts would find more wind, but
ih.tmit'l as It h.
Then, latbr In the afternoon, they
neru Keen h the Cummins, this tlmo
with the Hawaii Kluiwlng a clean
pair ot heela to tlicm all.
In c.-ire a big wind In found, It
Fccnis prolnble Hint the craft will
fi:iko Illto toniitht or tomorrow. How
ecr. the Fen In tho channel Is very
gmusth ttl,t), nnd for this rciton It
Is Judged that outside, the wind Is not
excccdlngly acthe All this is fav-
nithcr long passage to
Among tbo pssrengers who depart-
liewaifvl In flu. l.itHlnrt l!ila innrnlni- ti.ia
w.ij to Knslinil.
partment, no matter whafofllco ho
Some doubt was exprcsned that tho
Sheriff would bo able to secure com
petent men to All tho more, rcsixinsl
bio position for such a nhort'Urm, but
ho Btated that thero wero lou of men
willing to tako tho positions who wero
fully competent to hold them.
In icw of this statement It may bo
regarded ns practically certain that
the last dn3 of laukon's administra
tion will bco In ofllco u new chief
clerk, ni Roso sa that he will run if
he receives tho iiomlnntlnn from tho
Democrats, no matter what tho offlco
Is. and It 1b practically suro that ho
will bo nominated for either auditor.
or deputy sheriff, probably the former.
Jack Kalaklcla has also aspirations for
tho doputy sheriffship, though ho saa
Hint since ho waa inado chief of detec
ts en ho Is not bo suro about running
for thu Htltlon iih bo was before hla
The Sheriff ntatod this morning that
tho appointment of his son Fred to thai'
receding station clerkship waa merely;
n temporary oo. '
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ticular class which patronizes high
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