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VOL. X. NO. 407?
, 8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 19088 PAGES
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PLANTERS APPROVE IMMIGRATION
FLEET COMMITTEE HAS GOOD BALANCE
Policy of Immigration Board Taken
Up By Hawaiian Planters Associa
tion and Given Rull Approval
Probable That Funds Will Be
Government Money In
Up LocaiBanks. Says Frear
FLEET TO SYDNEY
AUCKLAND, N. Z., Aug. 14. The American Atlantic Fleet, In
command of Admiral Sperry, wiled at six in the morning for Sydney.
In the boat racei, the crew of the battleship Louisiana won the .Bat
tenberg Cup, given by Prince Battenlerg.
The Hawaiian I'lanlcis' Asbocla
tlon will nipped t (lio Tcirltorlul
Hoard nf Immigration In lit effort to
kmuiic lluropoan Immigrants for tlio
Tcirltory fiom tlio mainland tenters,
whcio llio Bre.it bulk of tlie better
i I.iks of lliiiopoatis nrrhc.
This wns iructlciill bottled nt
meeting nf tlio AKMiclatlou liclil this
foii-noon, when tlio trustees uro Ha Id
to hnvo considered the. project which
the Immigration lionnl fias h.ul on
hand for rotuo lime.
Sceietmy V. O. Smith of tlio Asso
rlallon slated ojcr the 'phono this
noon: "Tlio Planters' Association
this morning tool, nrtlon approving
tlio plan of the Immigration Ilo.ii d.
Tlio planters will assist In whatever
tlio Hoard does. While tlio dotnlls
are not ct complete, tlio planters np
piotcd thu cndoawir of tho Hoard of
Immigration to get inoro people,
I This Is Intorpicted to mean that
, tlio IniiiilRriillnH Hoard may now no
ahead with Its plans assured that
funds for the project will ho supplied
in reawmalilo quantity by tho Bugar
Ah is woll known, tho Immigration
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Senator Lane Pleased
With New Policy
ADDRESSES LETTER TO O0VERN0R ON SUBJECT OF CHANGE THE
BOARD OF HEALTH HAS MADE IN DEALING WITH
LEPROSY PROBLEM IT IS ALONG LINES
HE WORKED FOR
The new polio of tlio Hoard of
Health In m.iMug tlio tieatnient of
lepiosy mora prominent than the peg
legation la pnitlailarly pleasing to
Senator .lohn l.ano, who hut expicss
id lib. views In n tetter addressed to
Thoro aio koiiiii frlcnch of Dr.
Koch In tho rlt who fool hoiiiowhut
alighted hcfauso when the matter' of
ehanged policy was originally given
publicity tho olTlilals did not speak
or the part Dr. Koch plnjcd, It Is
claimed that the wholo chhngc was
brought ahout through tho visit of
tho noted bacteilologlst at tho Set
tlement. Tho Doctor Is said to liavo criti
cized tho plan being followed. He
held that many of tho old lases nt tho
Sot (lenient were not dangerous so far
UK contamination was concerned: tho
notes had healed and thero was notli
jing morn to do. Ho claimed that
more should bo done for treatment at
tho inception of tho disease and to
gain tho confidence of tho people.
It Is alo said that tho new nr-
langcmout will ma'ko it posslhlo for
Dr. Ilrlnckerhoft to make his hend-
jquarters in Honolulu Instead of at
, tlio Sottlcment, as hitherto supposed
ne woum no. as to tnis, nowevcr,
theio can ho nothing definite Bald
until Dr. Ilrltickcrhoff returns to tho
floomor Frcar has given out nn
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Lwmwwin 9iw"m 9tAti j
has his preference in SHIRTS. Some prefer one standard
brand, and some another.
So we keep them all. You'll And, in our
Star, Wilson Bros., and
A Icrrllilu explosion took place In
tho County quarry at Knncohu ''f
forenoon that probably cost 8am I.-...
don of Wallau his life.
One of tho blast Ins" charges placed
In Hip quail) yesterday missed, and
the IpriMiinn expected to shoot it to
day Kor tome reason or other 8ho.
lion got nn Idea Hint ha could do thu
i-lioollng and ho was In tho net of put
ting n drill Into the holo when tho
fin email saw htm. Thu latter Jumped
In proMtit tho catastropho ho know
must result from Inexperience, but
ho was loo late. Tho. Impact of the
drill In tho hands of Sheldon set tho
Sheldon was tlnown in tho nlr ana
tho wonder. Is he was not .killed in
Ktantly. Ills skull was fractured and
his body' injured fn many places. A
ph)slclau a summoned from town
and the man taken to tlru 'hospital
ADJOURNS SINE. DIE;
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Contrary- f tf; Jf&ar'-S
; - Left On 'tend
.The Meet Commltleo met this af
ternoon nt l:.1t) o'clock In tho Cham
I ie i or Commeico rooms, and ad
journed sine die, after accepting re
ports of tho tro isurer and accountant,
showing the statu of tho finances',
rheso leports were accepted tubject
to auditing, to ho published In tin pub
lic prints as soon as tho accountant
Sumo minor mattciu had to bo final
ly tied up. fifteen dollaia was ap
propriated for aiidltlng tho accounts
of the sports committee, tho rum h a
ng been nlroid) paid out.
Tho niattoi nf imliald subscilptlnns,
mostly from saloon men, wu-i taken
up, and It was finally decided to let
Micro stand over, to bo used In help
ing with n fund for the entertainment
of the Pacific Fleet, which is expect
ed hero next month.
Tlio rexrt of Treasurer Tcnny
I'eck was then read, showing $34ftO.DC
on hand, and tho report, of tho ac
countant, checking tho other report
by nnothei route.
Doth were accepted and placod on
fllo subject to auditing.
Oeorgo Potter was selected by mo
tion to go through tho 101 vouchers
wlilc haro to bo examined.
A letter was read offering tho use
of tho Moana and Young hotels freo
of chargo for entertainment purposos
when tho Pacific Fleet is hero, and tho
offer was accopted and referred to
any committeo which shall have
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I That Governor l'rear will make a
recommendation to tho next Legisla
ture that .Government funds .be de
posited In the local banks Instead ot
I j lug Idle In the (internment vaults.
Is practically certain, although tho
Chief Kxccutlvc stated this morning
that he did not care to inako any defi
nite statement as to tho exact urn
'text of his recommendation. In fact,
he said, It had not been formulated as
"Yen, t liavo taken this matter Into
consideration," stated thn (Jovcrnor
in answer to ,n reporter's question,
"'and I shall make a recommendation
to tho next lcgUI,iturp on tho sub
ject'. Ihnvc taken o deep Interest In
mis, unci nave siuuieii me laws in
other places regarding the depositing
of Government funds In home banks.
I had thesejaws looked up several
months ago, and I run see no reuson
why the Government funds should
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Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. '.
I not bo deposited In local banks. It
does not scorn necessary that largo
sums of money should bo allowed to
accumulate downstairs In the vaults,
I when tho Government might as well
bo drawing down Interest on It. 1
I think that the best manner of follow
ing out mis pian wouiu no to lei me
joovcrnment official In charge of tho
I money, tho Treasurer, deposit It III
amounts and at such times as he sees
fit. There havo been times when
Mint sums ot monoy have laid Idle In
the vaults hern when they might as
well bo out at Interest."
I Governor Krear wag conservative In
tone on the subject, notwithstanding
tho radical words ho used, and he
would make no statement concerning
the exact nature of his proposed rec
ommendation to thn Legislature,
t However, It is pretty positive that
his recommendation will bo favorable
'to the depositary law that has long
. been urged by the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n .
One Balloon Explodes:
LONDON, England, Aug. 14. Two men were killed and six injured
today by an explosion of the balloon in charge of Captain Lovelace of
New York. The explosion took place just before the ascent.
SANKEY IS DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y Aug, 14. Sapkey, the evangelist, died here to-
Ira David Sankey, the world-known ewingcllst and singer, was bom
in Kdlnburgh, Pa., August 28th, 1840. Ho has tomposcd many of tho
most popular gospel hymns of the day, among them being "Tho Ninety
nnd Nine" and "The Mists Havo lllown Awnj." SanKey lost his cyc
Blght In 1903,
Fire Insurance is an
anchor to windward
when the mainmast is
gone and breakers are
It comes .when .you
need it most
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ADMIRAL COGSWELL IS DEAD
"I think tho Democrats ould show
good senso this )ear by not putting
up any candidate for Delegato and al
low the Territory to glvo Kuhio a
unanimous re-election," Mild a busi
ness man this morning In commenting
on tho political situation,
"Prlnco Cupid has a position at
Washington that makes his service n
Ihu next Congress of tho utmost Im
portance. Ho knows thu ropes and
has friends and that Is what wo must
liavo when the tariff is holng consid
ered. If tho Democrats cut out tho
Dclegatcshlp this year tlioy might
stand a pretty good show on tho local
"It may not bo politics but Dele-gale
Kuhio Is entitled to a unanimous re
election Irf any man ovor was."
STOLE SOME PIPE
A man who gavo his namo as Drown
was arrested this morning for having
stolen somo plpo which tho telephone
company uses for underground con
ncctions. The plpo was missed from
a sub-station, and later found by the
police. It was Identified as tho prop
erty of tho 'phone pooplo. The caso
against Dronn Is pretty strong.
V BULLETIN ADS PAY -
S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
enred for good by our new
' Dry Cell
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
At last there Is something- definite
concerning the new Federal building
site. Interest In this was revived to
a great extent some time past, but
In some manner tho proposition has
seemingly lain dormant of late.
Collector ot Customs K. It. Stack
able has been appointed custodian ot
tho Federal public building site. This
was announced in a letter received
from Washington by United States
District Attorney llrcckons this
MR. MITCHELL, A1TY
ft. Verne Mitchell Is the latest addi
tion to thu lino of youthful legal lighta
to bo admitted to tho local bar. Mitch
ell studied law at Cornoll University,
and has been In tho law offices of Can-
tlo & Wlthlngton for tho past nlno
months, nccording to his statement In
the application for admittance. Ho
Is well known as n student of the
law, W. It. Castlo furnished high
recommendations of character and
ability to Mr. Mitchell.
Attorney General Hcraenway has a
number of cases which ho will clear
up before he goes away to tho Coast
In a month or so, among them be
ing tho famous Lanal land suit.
Kcrrs, on Alakea street, were busy
people today.. Tho Btoro was closed
and a large staff was actively engaged
marking down prices 'for tho big salo
which starts tomorrow.
A number of dividend warrants, of
Oahu Sugar Co, Ltd., havo been can
celled. See ad, pago G.
Lunch or Dinner
A. Y. CAFE
in our boys Watch 'Em Go I
JACKSONVILLE, Ky., Aug. 14. Admiral Cogswell died here today.
James Kclscy Cogswell was born nt Milwaukee, September 27, 1847.
Ho was commanding officer on 'the battleship Oregon on her famous trip,
and was retiree) In 1904,jwtK the rank ot Hear Admiral.
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TRANCE DOESNT WORRY
PARIS France,, Aug. 14.-l-The 'situation in Indo China is not se
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iPARSEVAL BALLOON IS SUCCESSFUL
BERLIN, Germany, Aug. 14. The Parseval dirieible balloon made
a successful ueent today. The air-ship remained in the air maneuver
ing for three hours.
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FILL PLACE OF STRIKERS
WINNIPEG. Manitoba. Aue. 14. A third of the nlaces left vacant
by the strikers in local shops have been filled. -t
Change In Precincts
Mystify Party Men
Some of tho political workers don't
understand why tho Governor has be
come so active In making changes In
tho voting precincts. They seem to
think that there aro matters ot poll-
tics as against public policy Involved,
though they don't know Just why.
It Is said to be claimed that the
breaking up of somo of tho precincts
Is being done to facllltato tho voting;
yet when the peoplo who read this
turn to the laws ot the last Legis
lature they find that the law waL
changed so as. to allow nioro than
three voting compartments In each
Hitherto tho splitting up ot pre
cincts has been urged becauso tlio
voting booths did not allow a largo
number of voters to bo taken caro ot
tho voting became congested. At
that time only thrco otlng compart
ments wcro Allowed In a booth.
The new Inw changod all this.
More than three compartments may
J bo placed In a booth, thus providing'
tor an wno may como. l no law quo
ted is Act 19, page 22, section (IS o(
tho Session !.aws of 1907: "The In
spectors shall cause to bo provided
within the, polling department not
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