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From San Francisco:
Blberla Aug. 17
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Nippon Muru Aug. 11
Aorangl Aug. 22
Manuka Aug. 13
Bulletin Ad service is good servicent reaches the people who buy the goods
To A Tcnantless House Is a
BULLETIN WANT AD.
VOL. X. NO. 4078
8 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. AUGUST 13 1908-8 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
CRACK SHOTS OF FLEET LOSE AT AUCKLAND
MISS DREIER TESTIFIES IN WILL CONTEST
MAY TOSS BALL
July 22. 1008.
Keillor livening II n 1 1 c 1 1 n :
1 mil meeting with nil sotts of success
In nriuiiglng fin games ngilnst the
All-Aiueiicin iluli The Japanese ap
preciate tlio benefit that the name
will iccelvo hy n visit from tie. This
tountr) Is baseball crazy mid I um
nuking them t litenlt the world' lec
(11 il In 'attendance nt a lull gumo.
Theie lite 3,000,000 people 111 Toklo
mid Hint Id enough to turn the hick.
I mil also working on the Enipcior
of Japan to throw the flut hnll In our
for HONEST SETTLERS
NOTirY PROMOTION COMMITTEE THAT IT HAS LAND FOR BONA
FIDE SETTLERS JIM M'CANDLESS' WORK IN ST, PAUL
DID WONDERS FOR HAWAII
Secrot-ir) Wood will present the J
following icpoit to tlio i'lOIIIOtlOll
CoiiimltlL'u todn) :
At Ihu mggestlnn or Dr. Wilcox of
tho Agilcultiirnl Dxpeilmout Station,
w huvo sent to Java lor souls of tho
Calamus Hotaug, tho variety of rattan
said to be tho most dcslrnble for com
meiclnl purposes. Wo have nlso wilt
tun to I'oru and llollvlu for seeds of
the nrjthroxylon Coca. tho plant
fiom which cocaine Is oxtractcd.
These seedB when received will bo
distributed ua Dr. Wilcox may direct.
In our eftort to loc.ilo dcsirnblo
lands for least- or sulo, wo liao met
with encouraging results. There Is
iiulto a laigo ncieago obtainable
thioughout tho Konas, much of which
may be purchased outilght and wo aio
Informed by the trustees of tho Bishop
I'stuto that the) will consider nny
bona fide application for leasing their ,
lauds that may ho submitted, tho p il-
lr of the trustees being to encourage
pioneers In agricultural and horticul
Tho following letter from Custlo
ftiothcis, Wolf & Son. agents of tho
Pacific Mali Steamship Company at
Manila, Is ono o fmuii). showing tho
fiiuidly spirit-evidenced by our cor
luspandents throughout tho Orient.
"Wo huvo for acknowledgment your
letter of June 8th also tho receipt of
tho folders nnd 'flulde to Honolulu',
which wo will take pleasure In ills
ti Uniting among tho hotel!) and to our
pisbpugeis. A cop) of tho 'Cross
loads of tho Pacific' has been re
ceived hvio and wo could uso u dozen
or moro copies. If you hno thorn to
has his preference in SHIRTS., Some prefer one standard '
brand, and some another.
So we keep them all. You'll find, in our
f Star, Wilson
SHIRTS, the handsomest and best-wearing shirts that you
You can't see them without wanting to own them; ev
erybody is admiring them in our windows-
We have a Fine Assortment of NEW NECKWEAR.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
The Jap bo) 8 play bull In nil of the
vacant lots and shnpo up like Amcr
linns. I predict that In three )enrs
piofeonlonal baseball will ho plnycd
Iioip. Our lsi t will ho n hlg boost
lo the gnnio here. The Japanese
piess In devoting much tipnco to our
coming and wo .uu sure to meet with
niiiikcd bum ess.
I have challenged the Yokohamn
Cilckct Club to u gmno of cilcket. It
Is uttrnttlng ninth attention among
lb e crlckcteis.
You will hour from mo later.
Veiy ti uly.
I JKSS I. WOODS.
spare. Any literature descrlpthe of
Honolulu and tho Hawaiian Islands
which you may send us from time to
tlmu will bu distributed to good ad
vantngo In Manlln"
We will forwaid the maps desired
by tho Siberia on Monday and by tho
same steamer will send out oer ono
hundred other copies, covering Japan,
China, India, Ceylon nnd tho Straits
We are In receipt of a cablegram
from Mr. Llnjil Chllds, stating that
his report on Seattle us u field for
promotion work, will airlvo by the
Thus far, although local papers gave
duo publicity to tho announcement
that tho Promotion Commltteo offered
a prize of (50 for the best poster ad
vertising tho 1009 Floral Parade, no
designs have been submitted. lr none
nro received before tho end of the
month, I would recommend that tho
design used last )car, locally, ba
adopted for uso on tho mainland.
There posters should bo dlupla)cd not
later thnn November 10th, tho ground
being covered again before tho 15th
Tho following letter to hand this
morning from Dawson city Is of gen
"I shall consider It a fanr If you
will forward me some descrlpthe lit
erature of Honolulu and Hawaii gen
erally to dlstrlbiito amongst friends
hero in Dawson City. Halng spent
a winter In )nur beautiful country, I
um trying my best to get u number of
(Continued on Page 7)
GORMAN J. OILMAN
Chamber of Commerce
i To Express Its Yitws
The Trustees of the Chamber of
CommeKc will hold their legohir
meeting tills afternoon. Tills Is the
last fccsslon previous to the annual
meeting of the Chamber, and one of
'the liupui tnnt mutters on hand will
be the appointment of n committee to
nominate the oflkers for the coming
The loiumlttec charged with the
duty of drnwlng up a tribute of ap
preciation for Oorhnm D. Oilman of
lloslou will report thin nfternoon. It
will he remembered that at a i ei.cn t
meeting It vvns voted that tho Cham
ber take some means of expressing Its
bood-wlll townids Mr. tfllmnn for the
incessant work ho hits voluntnilly
conti United tor jcars to Hawaii and
Its public affairs.
HARVEST HOME BALL
Visitors Entertained At
Hop and Luau On
A Hnrvcst Homo ball was given last
night In tho new ballroom of the I'uu-
neno Athletic Club, which was attend
ed by oer four hundred people, Tho
handsome dresses worn by the ladles
of Maul and the visitors from Hono
lulu, wore tho subject of much com
pllmentniy comment y t'.io mere men.
Tho grand march was headed by Mrs.
Wm. Seurby and II. P. llaldwln. The
music was b) Uincst Haul's fine or
chest. A luau will bo given tonight at 7:30
at tho clubhouse, after which a laigo
party of ladles and gentlemen havo
made all arrangements for a moon
light rldo up Haluakala.
Don't miss tho last duys of the
grand clearance salo lit Dlom's. You
can get anythlpg )ou want at less than
tost, for n few daytf more.
COMMITTEE PAlJ .
WITH IAUKEA CASE
Sheriff Last Witness;
Will. Make Report
On 1 9th
The Bpeclal commltteo of the Hoard
of Supervisors appointed for the In
vestigation bt tho Iaukea-Isol matte;
(Continued on Page 2)
Fire Insurance is an
anchor to windward
when the mainmast is
gone and breakers are
It comes when you
need it most.
We represent re
liable, dollar - for -dollar
023 FORT ST., Honolulu.
j ( Oil'
Colburn Petitions For
Cupid j Or E, M.
John I'. Colburn. administrator und
er the will of the istate of the Into
Prlnco David, has filed a pitltlon In
the court to have guardians appoint
ed for the mliuiV clilldien of the Into
Prince. There children, D.ivld Kula
kaua and I.llliioksl ml aro both under
the ugc of five yea is and It Is stated
by Colburn In his petition that their
Interests nre not Mimical and arc
He therefore petitions that tho Hon.
J. K. KnlnnUnnolo or V. M. Watson,
or both, be'-nppolnli d guardian or
guai disus of tho children.
It Is lumorcd Unit i'llnco Cupid Is
willing to adopt )niuig David Kala
l.niM. Miss Dreier
The toutcst of' die Dicltr will wus
continued this morning before Judge
De Dolt, Attornc) Prosser having Miss
Adcle Drtler, the (main heneflclary
under the will, on the stand. The tes
timony of .Miss Dreier consisted In u
great part of "I don't remember," but
Prosser wus Insistent on tho unsvvoi
ing of a number of questions which
tended to throw light on the attitude
of August Dreier towards his son
Emll, who Is contesting the will.
Extending from a period in tho
childhood da)s of tho Dreier children
up until n short time before the death
of Mr. Dreier, Mr. Prosser's questions
ranged, and tho fact was brought out
that for a long time Miss Dreier
could not remember exactly when tho
trouble-began -relations wero strained
between her father and mother. Miss
Droler stated, however, that her fath
er alwajs treated hlB wlfo well except
when they bail "spats," when lan
guage that sho did not caro to repeat
waB used. "Hard words" were not
uncommon between them, sho stated.
In speaking of her fathor's attltudo
toward Kmll, Miss Dreier stated that
ho seemed to caro for the boy the
bamo as for tho othei children until
(Continuedon Page 4)
SHINGLE IS PRESIDENT
The annual meeting of tho Hono
lulu Stock and Horn! Exchange wus
hold this morning, nnd the following
officers elected It. Wf Shingle, pres
ident; Z. K. Mejers, vice-president;
W. Williamson, secretary, and Bishop
& Co, treastucr. During tho corpor
ate joar Just ended, business to the
amount or $2,333,713.02 was trans
acted. S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR FEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fi'uit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE IS.
cured for good by our new
Drag Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINQi STREET.
MORT OAT IS
NOW Rid KAHUNA
His White Suit Brought
Rain and Everyone
'I have that white suit wet
through. It Is now In the wash."
This Is the report on the white
suit us u rain-maker, made by J.
Mort Out, who "Is tho heio of tho
It is not known who gave Mr. O.it
the white suit, but Marston Camp
bell, Superintendent of Public Works
of the Territory of Hawaii, bus ho
Is willing to pay for the suit if It
costs him another broken rib.
There Is no doubt that Mort Oat's
white suit biought the rain. The
II U 1 1 e 1 1 n hud hardly gone to press
with tho announcement hy Oat of
what he could do, before tho clouds
hung lower over the mountains of the
whole Island. Hy 4 o'clock a glorl
(Continued on Page 7)
NEW ROLF, WAITS
Board Of. Health Will
Await His Return
A special meeting of tho Uoard of
Health will probably bo called earl)
next week for the purpose of discus
sing plans for tho carr)lng out of
tho now policy of the Hoard, adopted
the other da). Dr. Urlnckerhoff, who
will take an active part In the work df
treating lepers for the Federal Gov
ernment, is ut present away on his
vacation, and will not teturn for a
month. This may delay to a certain
degreo any deflnltd action, for Urlnck
erhoff will In a measuro suyporintonll
the treatment of somo of tho patients
M. P. Robinson, President of tho
Hoard of Health, stated this morning
that nothing dennito as to tho futurp
action of tho Uoard, save ns outlined
In tho now policy, could be said until
a meeting was held.
GEORGE LOW IS
Tells. Why He Thinks
McCandless Will Be
George Low, once In the employ of
tho Territorial Government, Is work
ing for tho Democratic party. Ho
was once a true and staunch Itepub
llcan, but when Link McCandless left
that party Low turned about also aud
became 11 Demotrat.
"1 um now u good Democrat," said
(Continued on Page 2)
Lunch or 'Dinner
A. Y. CAFE
in our boys Watch 'Em Go!
AUCKLAND. N. Z.. Aue. 13. A rifle team nicked from the bt
shot of the city defeated the rifle team
a match held here today.
Democrats For Funds
nHTHAfin. Til. Allfr 1flAn ntilipal ii tni'vMnaL t,ac Iiaam mna
by the Democratic National Committee, -to swell the Democratic cam
LOS ANGELES. Calif- Aun. 13.
a religious mania, today killed his son
tnen cut rus own uiroat.
- m i a. m
WANT VISIT FROM ROOSEVELT '
WASHINGTON. D. C. Aue. 13.
vitation of New Zealand for President
President has responded with a cord'al
FEARS FOR THE AERON
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 1 3. The freighter Acron, which left
here July 6 for Sydney, had not rsa.hed Apia on August 2. Fears aie
felt for her safety. " .
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CONEY ISLAND BURNED AGAIN ' '
CONEY ISLAND, L." I., Aug., 13. Fire swept the prcat amusement
center oi uoney lsiana today, doing damage that will total $100,000,
, KING EDWARD AT MARENBAD
MARENBAD, Aug. 13. King Edward has arrived here.
S w i m m p .IB'
GET YOUR NAME
ON PRECINCT ROLL'
PROSPECT THAT MANY REPUBLICAN VOTERS WILL SHUT THEM-
SLVS OUT Of fKUIAHY VOTE UNLESS THEY REG-
ISTER ON TIME VOTERS URGED TO LOOK
UP THEIR STATUS
If you are a Republican and want
to vote at the coming primary, see
to it that your name is registered on
the Republican roll of your precinct.
This advice Is given uy ono of the
party's best workers who has In en
looking up the matter and bus foimed
his opinions on what It Is best for
the Republican voter to do.
Kred. Wnterhouio sa)s that al
though the Hules of the Republican
party do not specifically order that a
new roll slinll be made up for the pri
maries each year, there is alwu)H the
possibility that tho old roll may be
lost, and If a person's iiamo is not on
n roll that can be found ho will get
no vote In tho primary. That Is the
In this connection It Is a notice
able fact that tho men who aio out
''Diamond" Russia Bluchcr Bals
This is a Business Man's Shoe, built
for comfort and wear.
At the same time, the appearance
is not neglected- It Is a neat, natty
shoe, and very popular with all busi
' . i?0
Shoe Co., Ltd.
of the- American Atlantic Fleet in
Henrv Duftv. while snfTerinn from
nnd daughter with nn ae,' and
Admiral SDcrrv has cabled the In.
Roosevelt to' visit that colony. The
cabb of thanks.
working for particular candidates
uio seeing to It that their follovveia
register this )ear. They nre taking
Consequently If tho nctlvo work
ers nro taking no ehnnces It behooves
tho other workers to take no ( halites.
' Ono thing Bhould bo remembered
by ovcr)bod)," said Mr. Woterhouso
this morning, "nil party registration
for the coming primary closes on Au
gust 29th two weeks from Situr-
uuj. ii a nut ii s naino is not on tho
roll by that time, ho will have no
loto In the prlmar)."
Itoptibllcans doubtful whether
their names nro on the roll of the
prcclntt In which they llvo should
make It their business to find out, nnd
also discover whether the old loll la
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