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VOL. X. NO. 406
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF tfrWAtf. THURSDAY. JULY 30 1908-8 RAGES
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LEAD OFF HILO
IAtJKBA SUSPECTS Bf BCTIVES OF GRAFT
By Sheriff laukea of
It lookH very nine'- is If certain inlng for somo time, and that these of
gambling places' were nfTnnleil pollco I fleers have' not raided It, In spite of
irotcctloii. ' the fact that It was very easy to enter,
The authority fur this statement Is tho lock being nn the outside, has con
no lcss'.a person than County Sheriff 'firmed my suspicion's. There are sov
laukea himself. He has had 1Mb bur-torsi other places of this kind, and
plclon nrousod, and to such an extent jtheso ere to bo raided by officers other
that ho has taken tho work nf pursu- than those "who have heretofore bad
Ing tho gamblers out of the hands of, charge of this kind of work.
the offlrers whoso business It has been "I am going to niako an Invcstlga
I Speaker of tho House of Represen
tatives Holstoln has been disappoint
ed In the lack of Interest shown by tho
Hepubltcans and has Issued the fol-
lowing open letter to Kopuullouns of
West Hawaii: t '
I " For over half a century Itho Repub
lican party has pursued Its' beneficent
I career and during all that period IU
principles and Its policies havo been
Inspictbr Keen Calls His
' Attention Several
" ' ' Times , K
Theodore Rkbards, who built n
laundry In order that the people
would be freed from Insanitary wash
Ing condition, has been called "to
time repeatedly of late on account of
the .Insanitary manner in which he
heretofore, and has placed It oxclus- tlon of .this, matter, and some changes'emong the greatest factors In the mn'
lvcly In tho hands of Mm newly ap- In the detective force may follow. It tcrlal development of tho States, anil
pointed mombers of tho detective will not be necessary for mo to provo -Territories. When wo Joined the great
force. , a case against the men to -make mo I organization 8 years ago, wo wore art;
Tho Sheriff says that ho will make discharge them. Tho mero fact that imated by thu spirit of Its loaders who
nn Investigation of tho matter, and I havo suDlclona aealnst them will bo loved and served tho organisation, and
sufficient" ivnen wo joined wo were pledgee; till
Tho reporter stated that from tho follow nnd carry forward tho stondarfl
Sheriff's statements It looked as If Of- Ihey bore 10 worthily. The party pf
ficcrs Apana and-Ahl were tho men Lincoln and .Grant and Oarfleld and
nlmed at, as they have been making Arthur, of Hayes nnd llnrrlson fend
moot of the gambling arrests, but the McKlnley and Roosevelt! What a
Sheriff annwored that ho would not norltngo and nn Inspiration for the
at present glvo out the names of the ,'uturo', if we arc truo to tneir pnn
that changes In (ho detective bureau
are likely to' follow.
The subject was brought up by tho
Sheriff this morning when ho. was
railing attention to the arrest of fif
teen Chlnero gamblers undo In the
basement of Fook filling Wo'n Kloro,
near the corner of Hotel end Mauna
kea streets last night.
"I havo been ru'splclous of Fovcral
places, of .this kind having pollco pw
tectlon," said tho Sheriff.. "You will
notice .that tho arrest was made by
enter KKlktula,ancl t.ualilwa,.amTnul
by the, officers who havo' been used to
, make such arrests. 1 gvri tHet, "H-ert-to
nVo them left out of the raid.
The1 fact that tho placo has boen run-
men whom he suspected.
- Sheriff. l.inVea.'thla afternoon asked
Detective Apana to resign. The Sher
iff stated 1 Hat-whlld he1 did not charge
Apana wltn grafting, he .had sua-
llpionm4hat.vievws not-ulotng-all he
oould -to eradicate' gambling.
Fins Job Printing aftht Bullttirt. -""
Frears Aala Speech
National Committeeman A. O. M.
Robertson, who returned from tho
Chicago convention yesterday, this
morning gave his views In regard to
the famous "yellow-dog" speech
which was mado by Governor Frear
at the Oarfleld meeting. As the of
ficial head of tho local Republican
organisation, and as a leader whose
advice has been always valued by the
workers In the political arena, Rob
ertson's opinion on this subject has
been a, matter of much interest.
"You ask me what effect Governor
Krear's Aala Park speech will have
on the. Republican party organiza
tion," Bald Robertson. "I do not
know that It will have any particu
lar effect. It seems to mo that rath
er too much Importance has been at
tached to tho Governor's remarks.
"I have carefully read the news
paper reports of the Aala meeting,
especially the emphasized portion of
the Governor's talk wherein he' la re
ported to have said 'toyalty to party
when It comes Into conflict 'with
one's duty to one's country, Is trea
son.' Of course the word 'treason'
was not used In Its technical legal
sense, but there can be no question
that a man's duty to his country Is
paramount in politics. A political
organization may become so abso
lutely rotten and corrupt that rero
lutlonary measures are necessitated
to put things right, but I do not un
(Continued on Page 4)
. II II
Banner Boys' Suits
These arc real Boys' Suits,
made by special Boys' Tailors.
They are handsome and'
natty, as well as correctly tait
lored, and the material "ii.
strong and pretty,
They are strongly made
never rip at the seams,
In Knickerbocker and other
clpleaiwe shall stand for clem policies
ana clean pontics. .And now let me
ask you Republicans of West 'Hawaii
what nave you done lor tr- organiza
tion? Then! ri. eleven oclmrta Ih
NVeat .Uwall. who should, liavo-organ-
isea accorauigtD tne-xuies-or, wej ne-
publican party of Hawaii on tho '17th
of July,- You should have held your
rlmarles, even If there wcro only a
fttf rintan In J, nnwtlfiiit Dnlv twfi
precincts ouf.of.the 11 did their duty,
The rest of you cither have surrend
ered to the -enemy, or havo gojjfb to
Meep, or. uon.t care, a nnng mr me
party or are' busy making money.uhn-
er Republican good times that you
ilon t care ,a darn whether school
koepsor not. There are. many otyou
who' hold Territorial, County '"and "Dis
trict offices, and, when yoiuwnnted; the
organization's support, It was roady
end. willing to glvo It to you, but In Ha
houVof need, you seem to stnnd aloof.
Cannot you glvo tho organlzttlon the
armament she desires for the work
she has to doT Cannot you make up
your, minds to have your primaries
before the Fourth Friday of August
when you should elect delegates 'to
conventions? Don't let your modesty
tond to an undarcstlmatlon of your
own Importance. ' Don't fritter away
the opportunities and Influence that
your Republican clubs have held In
tho past. Get out and do somo work.
Don't' run away at the first ngu of
disaffection among the enemy.- Be
men, get together and organize and
iend your report to headquarters. If
you havo no book on rules write to
Wm. Savldge, secretary of tho party.
or telephone me, but by all means take
an Interest In your organization.
Mo ke aloha.
II., L. H0L8TEIN,
Republican Executive Committeeman,
Kohiila, Kona and Kan.
'XAforimfi Prmk Brntml Caklf)
. SAN OUENTIN, Calif., July 30.
Siemsen, the Hawaiian gas-pipe thug,
who is to be hanged tomorrow for
ha. allowed th. filth from clothe, to "". rTiS, LXXZ .?
collect ln.the d rt-ratcher of his laun- f.,n. .'ZZVm. ..... TV-,n.-.
dry and qveritow n the street, and . ZZTW. T'. Z,I ,?" iu "?
the last rebuke which Chief Banltary
Inspector Keen sent to him was' of
inch a .'nature, that It called forth a
letter of explanation dealing- with
another subject from Richards. . ,
Some 'years, ago the condition of
into the wall of his cell with a nail.
C0NSTANTIN0PE, Turkey, '"July
30. The Sultan has granted amnes
ty to all political prisoners and refu'
goea. -'" '
TXTE draw up
vv Wills in
cliarge -i no
small or large
came a matter or public comment,
and It waa condemned by tho Legis
lature. Theodore Richards then
built' a laundry, on Vlneyard'street to
protect the people from Insanitary
conditions. For a tlmt tha place
waa supposed, to hare been kept
clean, Of late, , however, according
to Mr. Keep, it has been necessary
to call Richards' attentions nnmoer
of-'ttmes to1 thtw.ict that the refute
Ing in the public street. "
"We hnve always been inclined to
leniency toward Mr, Richards," said
Inspector Keen this rooming, "but at
the same time we do not, Intend that
Insanitary conditions shall; exist, no
matter who the person .may, be. Mr.
Richards deserves-credlt-for the idea
of building a laundry 'alleged to be
sanitary,-nnd for this reason, that he
built It for the good; of the:people, It
la that we are aa light, on him as
possible. However, he must keep the
place sanitary, regardless of the in
convenience It may cause him. It Is
hard to do this In some respects.
About one million' gallons of water
are. in dally use, no water tax having
to be paid on account of tho fact
that there la-an artesian well on the
premises.. The Chinamen let the wa
ter run whether or not It In In use
"The matter that has called forth
letter from Mr. Richards Is tho
fact that from some source water has
been flowing on the'street, and I
thought that this must come from
his laundry. His explanation Is that
there Is, a broken water plpo there
one of the city's pipes, as I judge
from his letter. I havo been told that
he Is right, but have not as yet had
the opportunity to make a personal
Acting under the Impression that
the-. city plpo was broken In front of
the laundry, tho reporter then saw
Mr. Little, of the Water Department,
who immediately drove up to soo
what the matter was: It was found.
that a stream of filthy water was
flowing .along tho street from the
(Continued on Page S)
, EX-Q0VERN0B"BPDD DEAD
STOCKTON. Calif.'. Jnlv 30. For
mer Governor Budd bf.California died
. INNSBBUCK, Tyrol, July 30.
The village of Merhles Bains has been
.i.i i-..j.i .;-... ,1,. i i ih. oeitroyed. oy an avalanche. Sixteen
HIM. 1UUUU.J . ".O IU.1.IV, ... "!-l.. I....'!. Ulll
Government waa so bad that It be'
THE HAGUE, Holland. July 30.
The battleship Jacob Van Heems-
kerek has been ordered to the Carib
. STRIKE IN FRANCE
. '- v r . I1"1
. FARTS, Trance. July 30. A ren
end strike of 80,000. meii&a.Mie
idtia here aa:the resnlt of apteiest
against the killing of workmen' by
IN THE LEAD
HTLO, Hawaii. July 30. 2:00 p. m. The yacht lurline has been
sighted from here. The breeze is freshening.
The Lurline at shortly after 1 0 clock, tuis afternoon, by the latest
advices gotten from Hilo, was leadinr by miles. The others were strung
along the. coast, all becalmed. A ya:ht of the local club, presumably,
wm second, and the Kamehameha an 1 Gladys together off Laupahoehoc.
Thick weather makes the identity of most of th: craft doubtful.
(Special to th Bulletin)
HILO, Hawaii, July 30, 9:27 a. m. Three yachts sighted, Hama
kua coast. Weather thick, with heavy rain, and squally.
10:05 a. m. Leading yachts oST Hakalau, three off Fapaaloa, ono
off Laupahoehoc. Weather thick.
11:33 a. m. Lurline leading o5 Hakalau. No wind. She is rolling
in the swell. Yacht flying red flag apparently second.
(Any yacht of the Hawaii Yacht Club would be covered by this de
scription, as the flag of the Club is. red, with a star.l
HILO, Hawaii, July 30, 1 :41 p. m. Hakalau reports no wind. Lur
line is drifting back, losing half a m'le. Hilo will entertain the yachts
men at lunch or dinner,-and will se id a part? to1 the Volcano. Gladys
and' Kamehameha are, both off Laupihoehce.
i(n''' ., fjFJ-6j&'t .
Another wifeless was received hire this morning, as follows:
."' 'Yacht Lurline har.been lying off Hakalau ell morning in a' calm, -t
Another .yacnf-'ifbeealmed offMealia gulch. One off Fapaaloa and. two)
off'ftUMHlo.iv The Hit Tour; will cavrch a fine hre;ze now coming up.- Im-'
poeaible for'nre to make.'out'names'o' yachts."-
f (Continued on Page 4
PratK Will Confer With
Governor Frear this morning
gave out'lhe Information that
Judge A. N.' Kepoikai had paid '
the note which1 be gavo for
money borrowed from 'an es-
4 tato under his control. The 4
4- money was paid in full, accord-
Ing' to the Governor, the prlncl-
pal and interest .being settled to
4- "No action has .been taken,
4 and bo far as I know the matter
4 has not yet been sent to Wash-
Ington," stated Governor Frear,
"for we havo not all the facts of
the rase. There-Is more yet to 4
Garfield at Washington
Land Commissioner Pratt wlll.Jn all
probability, niako tho thp toi tho
States with the rlflo team, rcpTcscnt
Ing tho National Gitard of Hawaii, and,
after the shooting meet Is over, will go
on to Washington at tho express re
quest of Secretary, of tho Interior Gar
field to study the mothods-of tho land
What this means to the Territory of
Hawaii can bo seen at a glanco. Whllo
unusually pleased with his Inspection
of Mr. Pratt's office work hero, and tho
ting nhcml with-land busliicns which
tho locil "peoplcj would undoubtedly
learn from cxperlcuco these could bo
picked up nt first hand from tho old
land Institutions on tho mainland, and
thereby tho Islnnd Territory would
profit by tho years of experience la
Thero wns considerable discussion
as to tho advisability of Mr. Pratt's
leaving nt this tlmo, but on figuring
the proposition out. It was found that
this was tho most Katlsfactory nr-
manner In whlclrall land matters hnvo rnngement that could bo made, nnd.ln
been handled, ho micrpRteil and ad. fact. It is nn especially advantageous
Vised that tlj local land commissioner nrrangqment In view of later dovolop
mcot him In Washington as" soon aa lucnts. Tho Governor's .trip around
tho Secretary's tour of Inspection was Hawaii for the purposo of looking In
over, whon a general study of land to land matters thero will start about
matters would bo. gono Into. Tho Iho tlmo of tho return of Pratt from
methods of procedure, advertising the Cnpltol city, and shortly nftcr this
lands, offlco work, and ovorvthlnc that the Land Advisory Hoard will meet
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and 'make a report. It is necessary
(hat Mr. Pratt go with tho Governor
on this (rip, and 11 Is nUo necessary
lhat ho bo present nt tho meeting of
Iho Land Ilourd. Another point. lit
favor of his making tho trip at thin
rrlvatcly whllo horo, that whlla thero tlmo, Is tho fnct that his czi)cnntwrtll J
wcro a groat many manners 01 rqi yivvmucu aa tsj(
pertains to land matters that wilt bo
of valuo to the Territory will bo gono
Into, and Mr. Pratt will return with n
Jund of Information that will bo of tho
greatest value to Hawaii.
Secretary Garfield felt, as ho stated
or Dinner, at our
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