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8 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. AUGUST J8 I908-8 PAGES
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(lovonior 1'iciir icrelcd ii loitKlliy
(oiiiinuiilcutlun f huh Secretary of tho
Interim- (Jni'ilclil )cstcrday liy Iho Hl
bcrl'i, nnil the diet results of tliu tilp
if ttiu &li oiiumis Secretary uro now
Secrct.ny (!m field ptritcs Hint Sir.
' Newell, Chief of tlie llorl-mintlim Sor
vko, will In nil piohahtlity bo licrti in
September, nnil will look over tlio n
llon:i I'llimit't. TIiIh i)iiiy lienr nisei
on the pliiti In linu n hdrogtnplilc
minor if tlio Island.! made, accord
ing to (Invcrnor Krcar.
Hmctmy Utiiflcld met Mr, Nowell
In Sim franclsco, nnil lliey planned
(n go over tlio Rinund of tlio Western
Stnles together, studying tlio various
sltiritlous to lie met nnil otctcoino In
tlie mutter of tlio icelnmntlon of laml,
nnil nt HiIh tlnio Mr, Gjiflcld took up
Hie m.ittrr of tlio icchiiiatlnn of
waste lands in Hawaii with lilm.
- WoujOb Citizen
Cm a Japanese becomo an Amorl- elsco three years, after which ho
tan illliin?- Can n Japanese who went to Seattle, wheio ho r.tnjcil one
has taken out his declaration of lu-'year, then coming to Uns Angeles,
teiitlon p'lpcrH heconio a ilHzcn of whcic ho also leinatucd three yenis.
tho Unlti'il Stwtes of America; I At the end of this time, Suzuki cnina
- This Ij tho (iicsHou which Curt to Honolulu 'unci Htayed hero for
Murphy, clerk of tho United Slates twelve ears, during this tlnio woik
OlEtilcl Court, inn up against this 'lug for S. C. Allen, J. M. Dowsett, and
moinliiK when Miisnkechl Suxukl.
fitll-liltHiilril foii of Nippon, itsked
that ho he rIvcii p.iponi of citizen
ship. Ho has papers declaring hl.i , York, mrivtni; thcio about Juno 1(1,
Inlciitlon of becoiuliiK a citizen of tho lflOli. When lie had been in Now
Dnllei! Stales, which were taken outiYoik nlelit or ton months, ho ntntcs
I efoiu tho clerk of the Circuit Coilit that ho took out his decimation of In
of tho United States In tho Southern 'trillion papers, ictuinliiK to llouo
Dlstrlrt of New York, mid ho claims lulu in January, 190S.
that he has lived up to the Hllpula-j The Intention papcis liavo tho seal
tloiiB contained therein, and ho of tho Circuit Court Impressed on
should be allowed to heconio a citl-.theni, and, acioidliiK to Clerk Mur
y.en. . I'liy, Hint almost precludes tliu possl-
Clerk Murph'y diew a loin; iitury hlllty of any IneRiilailty. Tint still
out of Urn fellow, who Is at prchenl It hcems OM'codliiBly strntiRo that ilec
cinplojcd In thla city ns a carpenter ilnratlou papers should over have been
by Peter HIrIi, llio contractor. On Ibsued to tho man because, nccnrdliiR
the declaration of Intention, which I to tlio Naturalization HcRiilntlons it
the Japanese has with him, It Is stat- would ho URalnst the Constitution,
ed that tho applicant was born 111 Tho section In tlio Naturalization
Japan In IS III, mid canin to tho Unit- KoRiilntlons leads as follows:
ed States, landliiR nt S.m r'ranclsco "Clerks of tho courts shall not re
in lanuary, lXXfi. AeioidhiR to his relc declarations of Intention or fllo
statement, ho remained in San Finn- (Continued on Page 2)
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
Wc have a large, new stock of them just in.
Single- and double-breasted Serges and Woolens, all
tailored in the latest correct fashion by New York's fore
most clothing house.
Stop in and sec them in our windows.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Tlio Inlqilnr Department linti to
bate a iiiootci question nettled before
any real reclamation work can ro on
licit'. It liaH nlrcady been decided
that Hawaii camlot bencnt under tlie
pi cnciit iippioprlntlon for such work,
but the quojtlon ns (o the legality of
Mr. NowpII'h spending n iiart of It
on similar tilpi to Hie one ho will
make In Hawaii wiib nettled when ho
went to I'nminin, mid did lonslilcr
nbln good there.
The visit of Mr. Nowell to Hawaii
Is of vast Importance to tho Terri
tory. If mi appropriation can ho, su
tured for Hin reclamation of waste
mid hatrcn lauds, heio, Mr. Ncwoll !h
the man who can most likely secure
in. m coming in mo icnor oi mo
Governor's remarks thin morning. It
wan also piohahlo that n hdrogruph
lc miroy of tho Inlands might bo had.
all. M. Dow
After belli; in Honolulu for twelve
years, Suzuki left ami went to New
DID GOOD WORK
Noble Charles Murray
Telis of St. Paul's
!ci to I ut tho St "l ml
-t 1,1 .. II. mil oh
,11,11 IIOOII1H illl, I .MOIl.l
uiiirlnvo by hk
Templo was onu of tlio I'vclvo, Tho
etheis were of llio laiRcit and If I do
fc.iy it Honolulu held up Its end In
This Ii llio Wow ttikon by Noblo C.
K. Murray, who, with Noblo M. K.
Xliossmnn, returnod from tlio St. Paul
trip In tho Siberia 0!lerdny. Ilcsldeii
Oioisiii'iu and Murray tlicie worn at
St. Paul "Sunny Jim" McCnndless
who wns lliu olHelal representative of
the local Temple, and T. II. Pottle.
"Our booth was an iittractlvo ono
In among the larROht Temples of tho
country and It was one of tho most I
popular to say tin, least. Somctlme.i
thu people won, lined up In front of
our booth waltiiiR for il to open in tho
nioriitiiR. Our souvenirs went like
hot cakes. Tho Icls, or ropes' as tlio
easterners called them, wcro very
popular. Ono man said lie had tiled
for thieo yoars to get one. Ho wat
Icwariled Hits year.
"We had a man and woman dNlilnR
out Koua coffco mid pineapples, and
the demand was always up to tlio sup
ply. Tho peoplo, spoko particularly of
llio pineapples. ' '.
'Tlio elRht hundred soiucnlr Shrill
er heads dlsiippeiucd In a very short
tlnio Those weio of course given to
the official representatives. Ami the
feed lets and fans ami souvenlis of
that character wore Riven to friends
who showed us special rniirtcel?!.
"It wns n flno time, and everybody
had snnictliliiR pleasant to nay of tliu
HoiioTulii boys memorlcH fioin Iho
Los Angolcs conclave. Thu patrol
drills wero fully up to Hint rtnndatil
and JiiiIrIur from sumo of tho move
ment a few pointers wero taken from
uur boys who drilled last yar.
"Thero la no doubt that Shrlncr
rrowds know that Honolulu ii on tho
map. Wo distributed lltcinturu and
cverytlilnR wo had, and bcsl lea l(alns
n Rood tlnro did Rood work for tho Is
lands. Petrlo will bo back on tho
l.iirllne ami I think MeCaudlesa will
ho hero llio latter pint of tlio month."
J. N. S. Williams of Kaliiilul wns
an Important caller on tho Superin
tendent of Public Works this morn
Iiir. Tho chief topic of conversation
between tho two concerned Kaliiilul
wharves, Kaliiilul firo protection, nnil
Kaliiilul harbor lines. AloiiR tho Una
of the former Mr. Campbell r,ivo a
(Continued on Page 2)
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 18. Sugar:
96 degree centrifugals 4 cents, or $80
per ton. Prevloui quotation 4.08 centi.
Beets: 88 analysis, 10s. d. Parity
4.12 cents. Previous quotation 10i.
that we represent in
surance companies that
are among the most re
liable in the United
See us about your
insurance; we make no
charge for a conference.
ji IT1 i y
Is Jf High
flovcfltor Krcflr received n letter
thla afternoon from Manager Tali child
of Iho Mukoo HiJRtir Company in con
nection Willi tlio Kapaa land le.u.ea
T" ' or ll Is l,,,t "lu Mico S"B',r
CMnipany considers the prlco put upon
.,. ,. ,, T., ,. . . ,,.
lilfih. evidently alter conferenco I
...I.I. fill Ul.nl.ll.w. .1... A..ln..l 1.,.., I
nun vi, I. omiiiii,ih mi; ii'ii'nvi line.
lemarkert, "If anone lo wants tho
lands at tint flume l"l them have
them. It Is. too hlRh for mu."
Two iiiemhcrH-uf Hie new Promotion
Coiuinltlco, vlith In to bu seated at
Iho annual uijiottiiR to bo hold Thurs
day afternoon, line been appointed,
from ,11m Merclunts' .Association.
These. men are (1 K. Hush' of the Ho
nolulu-Iron WorM Hiid.R. L Trent ul
Trent X Co.. who ,vlll "slleceoil l.ucns
atltltKie'ti. Wablroii. Tho men to bo
appointed -l,y tho Chamber of Com
merce will bo fixed on tomorrow at
the annual lucelliiK'of that body.
W. B. Ilrouii, tho present treasurer
of tho committee, will not servo
In fact. It looks like a now commit
tee nil around.
Mr. Waldinii has kcrvcd fo." threo
years. Ho said thla mornlns: "It
KConiB better that a cliango should bo
made in tlio personnel of thu commit
tco, as a llttlo now thouRht, no mat
ter how acceptable tho work of tho
present committee, la always deslr
At the meetliiR of tho Chamber of
Commcrco to be held tomorrow, tho
officers for the rustling oar will ho
selactcd Messrs. Dowsett, Dennlson
and Albert Waterliouso have been ap
pointed a niiuilnatliiR committee to re
Jns. V. MorRan, president of tlio
body for the year past, la spoken of
for a now term, anil seems to ho tho
man piohably to ro Into tho office.
Ho Is hpoKcn of as a favorlto candi
date by many of tho members, from
tho fact that his work during tho past
year has been found very good, and
lie has tnado a hit with a good many nl
tho men who are doing tho nctunl
work for the Cliambor of Commerce
Tho Manuka was sighted oft Koko
Head shortly beforo 3 o'clock this af
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
The Latest and Most Delicious in
novation at our Soda Fountain.
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
Territorial Grand Jury
May Look into
Thu mailer of tho nllcRcd gmft at
the United States Leprosarium nt Mo
loknl will bo put beforo the Territor
ial (irand Jury, when it convenes next
on thu first Tuesday In September.
This was so stated by Judgo Itobln
sou, who has chnrgo of the Invesllgnt-1
lug and Inquisitorial body, this morn
Tho City Mill Company, a local
Chinese concern, receives 5 cents per
day from certain Chinese laborers it
furnishes to work an tho Leprosarium,
nnil as tho men employed thcio arcs In
tho main, furnished hv this company,
tho porccntaRO Is considerable. Some
discussion and difference of opinion
was heard as to whether tho Tcirl
torlal Ornnd Jury had tho riRht to
take this matter In hand, but Judgo
rtoblnsoti btated that, under the cir
cumstances, ho thouRht there would
bo no question. - , ,
No written complaint will ho made
to tho Grand Jury, hut Judgo Itobln-
son said that' ho would speak to thu
Inquisitors and let them tako any ac
tion that they saw fit.
Tho foreman of llio now (Irand Jury
has not yet been appointed by Judgo
Robinson.. InrspoaklnK.aft this 4uai..
tor, no tiaiu a nign comrnmienr'Ti)
Link MrCandless, than whom, ho said,
thero had never been a better fore
man. NO LEAGUE MEETING
A quorum failed to show up at tho
meeting of thu Honolulu Rascball
Leaguo this noon, so tho meeting had
to bo specially called for tomorrow.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 17.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 10s. Par
ity, 4.11 cents. Previous quotation,
Colonel M. P. Mans takes over com
mand of department of California.
POLICE RESCUE TWO
GAMBLERS FROM BAY
Four Japanese, named Sawa, Wata
l.abe, Koalwa and Honda, and a Na
tive, who wcro caught gambling on
the Mlkahalu parly last evening by
Chief of Detectives Kalaklela and
homo of his men, led tho sleuths n
merry chase, plunging Into tho water
to escape, and two being captured
only after a blockade and a long
long search, which developed somo
fancy diving and searchlight work.
The pollco wcro an hour in gottlng
two Japs out of tho water, and tho
Natlvo elthor got away or drowned
completely. Ills Identity Is not
Tho flvo wore having a qutot game
(Continued on Page 2)
CONSUL QEORQE DAVIE8.
Rcorgo K. Davles has been appoint
ed by Consul Forstcr to ho Acting
Ilritlsh VlceConsul at Honolulu, Mur
ing tho ahsenco In Kuropo of Vlco
Consul T. Cllvo Davles.
if you try them, that our COMBINA
TION LUNCHES and DINNERS will
suit your requirements as to price
A. Y. CAFE
in our boys Watch "Em Go!
tAK I nljilitiit
EUREKA, Calif., Aug. 18. Three earthquake shocks were experienc
ed here this morning. The earth vibrations caused much damage and
for a time a great state of cxcitcmeit prevailed. -,
Chimneys were prostrated, glasi was broken, and much damage of
this character done in the residential and business Eectious.
The walls of the court-house and Public Library were cracked.
A fissure in the earth has been found north of the town.-
Kurcka Is about 200 miles ninth of Sail I'ralirlsco mid was consid
erably shaken up during tho big S.iu rranclsco earthquake (If two carH"
UTICA, N. Y., Aug. 18. Senator Burrows and other members of tho.
official notification committee assembled here today and formally, an
nounced to Congressman Sherman h nomination as Vice President on
the Republican ticket. Secretary E:qt. and prominent leaders of the
party were among tne sneakers.
invixt. Muua&vjbiiX xu aiaxmla
MANILA, P. I.. Auir. 18. President Roosevelt will be invited to visit
the city and the Philippines.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Aurr. 18.
cently went ashore and suffered some damage, is expected to join tho
Pacific Fleet on its return from Honolulu and Samoa.
CELEBRATE EVANS' G2ND BIRTHDAY
LAKE M0H0NK. N. Y.. Aug. 18.
which marks his retirement from active service in the Navy, will be cele
brated here tonight. Evans was born August 18, 1S1C.
Petitions nnil counter-pctltlniM
liavo been tilling In on Superintend
ent of Public Works Murston Camp-
i.eii wiin regard to tho wliurr landing
nt Mahukona, which Is owned by tho
Hawaii Hallway Company. A shnit
tlnio ago a petition nsktng Hint tlio
landing be made u public one, mid
harshly condomiilng tho present
method of handling things umlor Iho
railway management, camo to Mr.
Campbell, and It was published In tho,
Ab a result, two moro petitions, orl
rather counter-petitions, huvo boon
luccl'vcd. Mr. Campbell stated that I
This is a Black Kid Bluchcr
Bal, designed especially for
comfortable, cvery-day wear.
It is recommended to the
business man who has other
things than CORNS and
CHAFED, TIRED FEET to
Your feet will feel right in
these shoes when no others
1051 Fort Street.
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WILL NOT COME
The cruiser Colorado, which re-
The birthdav of Admiral Evans.
he would now make a (hoioiigh In
estlKatlon of all (ouditioux there.
Olio of the mineals has iiium direct
to the ll u 1 I u 1 1 ii oflUo ami reads
AN HAHNHST AND AlVKCTINQ
WAIL TO Tin: PHIILIO
WOUKS DMI'AIIT- - -.
Hxcuso the stir Hint wo'ro about In
Hut quickly como to our roller- Oh,
do, for goodness sake.
Somo nwful folks who'ro fond ot
(Continued on Page 4)
Shoe Co., Ltd.
f 023 FORT ST., Honolulu
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