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From Saa Fraacitoot
America Matu Aug. 8
For San Francisco:'
Alameda ; Aug. G
Aornngl Aug. 22
Manuka . . i Aug. ID
VOL. X. NO. 4071
SUPERVISORS TO LOOK UP IAUKEA
Supervisors and Grand
Jury Both Incline ' To
Handle laukea Matter
H U oulln llkelv th.it the Inukea-
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Isol affair and all Its attending cr-
cumstanccs will he brought up at Iho
nirounR 01 ino uuaru ui auiicrvisuiD
memborii fcot that It la up to the
County authorities rather than to
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ins Aliorncjr ucucrni i ucihi "'
to handle this matter, nnd somo of Impeachment, although In such case
them exprorsed the) opinion that In he should possibly wait until tho In
case tho County Attorney should say ,csllgatlon In tho hands of tho Attor-,
that It coulil properly bo done, tne.ncy ueierni nan ueen rnnciuucu in
County should take the Investigation order that ho might know what had
In Its own hands, as It did before Inibccn the result thereof.
tho case of Henry Vldn, Chris. Holt, I Inukea had nothing more to glvo
and Uoorgo Kekauoha. tout about the affair this morning,
"I don't 3o what tho Attorncj nan though he made tho statement thut,-'r,"
to do with police matters," said a'come of the statements maiio by Ioli'H"
prominent member of tho Hoard tlili In his written Etatcmont were Incor
niornlng. "The County Is perfectly rect, as, fpr Inslnnrci the portion
able to hnndlo Its own affairs, nnd It thoreof which referred to tho nr
fchould do so, If It can bo done under rangejnonts made for,tho.pamcnt of
the law, nnd In lcw of previous In- Ihe $1,500 through Ofilcsr Townsend.
vrstlg(lons made of similar affairs, I Should Attorney 'General Hemen
I -do not see why It should not bolwa'y, Who'll at the rcque3t of tho
done In "this case. If the County At- SharirtMnvestlgatlng'thoiluukcn-lsol
torncy advises (hat the County can matter, decide not to bring tho ciibo
properly Investigate, the matter will j directly before the Territorial Grand
be brought up at" the meeting of the Jury i, It li jirobnljle'tliat tb'nlnqutsl
Uoard this eyonlng." ...1 WOqBtJnnedgn fart;2)
ORGANIZE FOR MARKETING AND TARIFF WORK
"There should be a strong move
ment from this Territory for an In
crease of ths tariff duty on fresh
fruits." sald'EJ.rE. Paxton In Bpeak
Ing of tariff matters to a IJ u 1 1 e 1 1 n
"Tho arotectlon at tho present
tlmo Is very small and unless we tako
care we shall find tho profit cut off
In the fresh pineapple business and
a serious competitor In the market
against bur canned pines.
"Tho protection Is so small that It
Is quite possile for the Cubans to
ship their pineapples to tho Atlantic
need a mitt We can show
yon the finest in the city
'the latest styles, single and
double breasted, fron
They are custom made in
the latest styles, of good, hon
est oloth, for a good, honest
Come and see them, Sir I
Corner of TORT and HOTEL.
Countl Attorney Cathcart slated I
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that It would lie perfectly legal and
proper Tor tho County to conuuet
Dutji hm iinvni,,iiuii, um .. nu...u
be nought, lie would be willing, it
so ordered by tho Hoard, to make
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Coast ports ns fresh fruit, und liuve
them handled at tho largo canning
establishments. Whereupon they will
go on tho market In competition with
our ennned -pines and practically on
an equality, so that the tariff benefit
now gained for the canned pine will
"Aside from this tariff matter. I
am also certuln that the pineapple
men of Hawaii must combine for the
organization of a selling agency to
handle their product In the mainland
(0tfani em Pi
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$tW PMlwaMl A
OIIL.JB ..i.i. C nuto
I Comet OollKsrtirMtil ',
MADE IN NEW YORK
- HONOLULU. TERRITORY
Announces Cargo And
Time Of Arrival By
Announced early this morning In
wire-less, thu M. N. S. 8. Illlonlan was
sighted ult Koko Head at 12:30 this
afternoon. She wirelessed n pasiicn-
Rr H"'- ind n freight list, which
orinnnco for Diamond Head on board,
UU8 tnipmcni naB uccn nwoueti tor
She haa 1500 tons of freight In all.
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'would bo alongside the uoc by
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FARMER," IS LATEST
Ernest A. Mott-Smlth, "small farm
Is tbo IntcBt. The gingery Secre-
, ns has been told before, la out
nt hla country .plnco at Walilne. rest-
ing nnd taking n vacation nwnv from
the trials nnd tribulations that ac-l
company a public omce Chief fllerK.lng tmng iioy nao up ;nejro t pros-
l,lo)ii conkllng tmiK the news or tho ent, ana incy nave gnui-n wise to it,
prist fuw days out to tho Secretary tho great influx of orders being the
)csterdny In tho shape of tho tin Inconsequence"
lot In. whereupon Mr. Mott-Smlth I
literally fell upon his neck, for Wsa-iiniSLirn(r nifjll DV'
lan is not a city suiiurn "wmi nn mou-
ern conveniences" such as telephones,
etc. Mr. Mott-Smlth Is Ismail parni
or" tnKsniiicli.au It seem t list: bo has
grown a very excellent crop of whisk-
$1500 NEEDED FOR
Up to the present time J .is. F. Mor
gan has collected $1500, or one half of
tho amount which remained to com
plcto the $100,000 needed for the
children's hospital. Up until last
evening ho had collected three sub
scriptions of $1000 from G. P. Castle,
W. II. Castto nnd P. C. Jones, and this
morning ho received ono siibicrlptlou
for $1000 and nnothcr for $500. Under
theso circumstances with only $4500
remaining to collect. It seems certain
that the grcnt plan for tho relict of
tho Buffering llttlo ones will bo a sue-
Thn flnncknnir Mam ttnlleil tmlnv
from Yokohama for this port. Sho
takes tho placo of tho Nippon Maru,
which Is laid up for repairs now. Tbo
Hongkong was thought to bo off this
rnn nermancntlv. but will bo seen at
least twoce moro In theso waters. Now
that tho T. K. K. has an extra steamer,
all or the line win get an overhauling.
Tho Hongkong Maru brings 200 tops
of freight for this iort.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Aug. 4.
ouuon; jdccis; do. auuyiii, iui
8 3-4d. Parity, 4.92 cents-
Honest Executors are
no scarcer than honest
men, but -
Dont Take Chances
, We charge no more than the regu
lar fee, allowed by the courts for 'Ex
ecutors. . '
923 FORT ST. Honolulu
Merchant Who .slows up
LOCAL SUGAR STOCK
Confidence In Hawaiian
Securities Shown By
Connd"nce In mirfir jit not merely
local but tho" capitalists im the Coast
who have money to lnvmt hate taken I
ii local Uigur stocks, und during the
past week mora orders have been re-
.l,i for Hawaiian sncar securities.
principally Hawaiian Commercial and
j'naunnu, man nab otcn mo case lor.ai uinmunu iiciui hi j'su tins moin-
commenced on this phnno of the stock
niarKCi ini&.iuuriiiiir nun snine sans-
"This marks tho turning of tho
lido" ll onp prominent broker.
"Durlns the past esr nml a half, or
two crs tho poonln mi Iho Coast
lrno done practically no bii)lng. As
a matter of fsct. thej hao bought
more during this pn?t week I dirosny,
than thev have diirlns the last two
c3rs. This la not sajlng mucli, how-
0cr. ns their purchases In tint lime
cannot hnvo amounted to murh moro
than $2600. whllo the) must Iiave
sOld 'stocks to local people to a valuo
or aooui.a million uours.
"Sugar Ib undoubted!) Uc ucfI pa).
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The rlvalr) between the old messi'ii
gor service run by 5LK, Peter and the
now service under the management
of J. ESantos this morning fcsmo to
n sham crisis when Potor swore to n
warrant for the arrest of Santos on a
charge of using threatening language.
Peter In tho complaint quotes Santas
assaying to mm: "wnat )ou neon
Is a dam good licking, dam ynn.
and I'll fix j mi" Peter states that .ic
fears that Santos will do him some
Injury and asks that ho bo placed
undor bonds to keep tho peace, whllo
Santos sas that Peter U actuated by
business Jealousy. H. W. Chase, Kel
ly and Frank I.owIh nro named by
Peter as witnesses.
FREAR AND DOLE '
Governor Waller F. Frcar'B pictures,
with tho mime Samuel 11. Dole under
It, and Judgo Polo's picture, with thu
Governor's namo under It, form thu
baglfc of a Joke on two of tho most
prominent ofllclals or tho Territory,
In a little article which has appeared
In tho Calumet (Michigan) News, a
bhort tlmo ago ami which was sent to
the Governor b) tho Argus Press Cllp-
Ping Bureau with tho request tnat no
uubscrlbo to their very excellent ser
vice. Governor irear is uamuci (not
Sanford) Dolo In ono picture,
Probably the best Joke of it all Is,
however, tho llttlo photograph above
which Is meant to represent Poarl
Harbor. Pearl Harbor, In this picture,
appears about ten feed wldo, and not
moro than tvwnty reel long. 1'oor
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvss complete summary of
the news of the day;
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREW.
Parcel or Letter
Our boys are as reliable as Uncle
Sam's postmen. Always on Call
in his Ads allows the other fellow to catch up
)AY. AUGUST 5 1908-8
33 1-2 Days From New
York Delivers Mall
With 182 bags of mall and bear
ing freight from New York In record
time, the American-Hawaiian steam
er Columbian, Captalp Colcord, nr-'
riven on port eany mis morning irom
San Pranclsco. She passed the light
The freight which comes In today
from New York has traveled the
whole distance, via Tchuantepcc, in
.13 1-2 das, which Is the best ever
done In getting goods here from the
The Columbian has further made
good on her Job with the malls this
time. -The accumulation, represent
ing about three dn)R, was promised
to Captain Colcord by the San Fran
cisco postal authorities If he should
get out of San Frnnclscn by tho time
the Illlonlan did. The Matron steam
er sailed nt noon, and the freighter
pulled away nt 12:30, bringing tho
At dark, the Illlonlan wub abeam.
The Columbian has had n rattier
(Continued on.7age 8) i
RICHARD'S TO CONNECT;'
WITH PUBLIC SEWER
Chief Sanitary Inspector Keen Went
on his ix months loave of absenco to
t'.ay, but beforo ho left work, ho hand
ed In -a report to Mark P. Robinson,
President of the Board of Health, re
garding the Insanitary conditions ex
isting nt Theodore Richards' laundry
on Vineyard street, caused by the fact
that filthy water from the laundry has
been allowed In remain stagnant and
also run on the pub If streets. Through
tho work of Mr. Keen, It has now been
arranged that Richards wilt connect
with tho public sewer, and thus tho
greater part of tho nuisance will bo
done, away with.
OIL TO LAY'THE DUST
AT NAVAL STATION
Too much black dust on white uni
forms cannot much longer bo borno at
tho Naval Station, and for this reason,
and others, the roads Inside tho reser
vation will bo oiled, in order to keep
tho placo as cleanly as possible.
Tho moving of coal about tho jnrd
creates a great amount of dirt, but
this can bo eliminated to somo consid
erable extent by tho use of oil to lay
the dust, wl)lch the wind Is nlwuy?
whisking about In such generous quail
titles on tho waterfront.
cards on sale at
S.S. ALAMEDA, AUG. 5th
ALLIGATOR FEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
FINEST IN THE CITY AT
Drug Co., Ltd.
Ice Cream .
IT'S FINE! TRY IT AT THE
LONDON, England, Aug. 5. It
Turkr- has been stabbed in the brca
mail v.'orn by officials saved his life,
STUTTGART, Germany. Auk. 5.
r0r repairs to n-s airship touay. As'oni broKc the mocnnns, and in a
flre and explosion that took place du
and the airshiD disappeared. TI1C ae
DUBUQUE, Iowa, Aur. 5. Tiie funeral cf tbc late Senator Allison,
who died here jesttrday, will be held SaUriny.
BRYAN COMES WEST
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Au'ic. 5. WiUizm Jcsir'up Brvan will
come to ths Coast dprins his compaaign for th" Ficiidancy.
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NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug- 5. Arctic Exploicr Walter Wellman lias
announced that he will try frr the North Bole in 1909 in n balloon. This
will be Wellman's second effort to J'ach theiPnlcjiy balloon.
TERRIBLE HEAT IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO, 111., Aug. 5. This
hers, and the fifteenth day of the
ing last night.
Kepoikai Case Has
Gone To Washington
Tho Kepqlkni matter bus gono to
Washington. Governor Frenr this
morning stated thnt ho had written
to Washington In regard to tho
charges brought against Judgo A. N. polka! t Washington, nnd thli Is llf
Kcpolkal, but ho said that he did not fcrred to bo n fact, but it Is not
wish to say whether or not ho b.id known for n certainty ns yet. As thn
mndo any rccommcndntloni In tjic matter will probnbly be looked on ns
matter. Tho mnttcr of reenmmendu- exceedingly Important In Washing
tlons by tho Governor to tho nuthorl- ton. It Is probable thnt tho Governor
tics nt Washington wus discussed afwlll hoar from the nuthorllles thero
length by tho members of tho proai shoitl) nfter bis loiter with tho falts
nnd Governor Frenr this morning, hns been received, '
When This Stamp
is on a pair of shoes you know they are right in every way,
in wear, correctness of style, perfect At. Wc are sole agents f6r
these shoes and have some ni:e styles to select from.
. 1051 Fort Street Telephone 282 '
Slow stocks in merchandising usu
ally begin to inov as soon as a little
Sce:ial Publicity is tWot'd to them.
Knotty timber reouires sharp wedges
end l.arl hiltln"r. The B u 1 1 e t i n
is easily Honolulu's Best marketplace.
PRICE 5 CENTS
s tejortcd Ihmc that the Sultan o(
t wh.lc in the palace. The coat of
Count von Zennehn stonned here
- np; the mix-np the michinery fell
insula ar safe.
is the twentieth day of intense heat
driuth. There were four deaths dur-
but the latter did licit deem it ndvls-
l"" " ,11",, " ""',cl "taiemcnt.
It may he that thu peoplu
whom the chnrccY originated
,,, ,,pnt (ll0 roml)ll,ut !1KaII8t Kn-
itt f . . ,. ..
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