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14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. AUGUST 22. 1908-14 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
Hopeful of 18-Knot
EARL OF DUDLEY, AUSTRALIAN
GOVERNOR-GENERAL, IS HERE
Liners To Colonies
'Ihrco 18-knut slcamcis pi) lug lo
l. vcti ll.lllsii Columbia ntiil Aiih
trnlli, unit Inuchliig nt Honolulu,
iceni about nssmed willilii t lxi next
3 car, w iirill-.it? In It MaeK. Miiil.on
iijii, riilBfnil general malinger of
the Union KtoaniHlilp Coinpiinj of
New Zealand, which uperulcN llio Ca-n.Kllun-Aiinti.ill.iii
"Tin' C.ii'iiillnn I'rwnimcnl Ij ecu
i.ldcrliig n belter (iintrlut, nnil In mm
mimlcMlug Willi ll'.c Anrlrntl.in Oo-t-inuicut
In rcgnrd In lecipioi lly,"
i.aid Mr. Mucl.cunau tlila morning.
"Tint U Hiu wiii'lo llilnr: In n liut-
"Tlio pto'ont cinitiiict which wc
Imlil rsplin (i'i .lull "rl not, nnil
vu v.i'il i. . s(!ilic bettor. In fact,
the AU'trulhii (IiiMM-iirienl Inn
tlgnjritd ll'i npprov.il or one plan
whlth III.- Union St jiimIiIii Cnni
P'uiy Ir.m Mili'iillli'il, unit ll iciiiilmi
for tli. Cairidluii (lovci anient tu ap
piovc. "It I till pillpOMf, If tlio IIOW.UIIl-
li.K t 1 1 iMtirf.irl'itllv made, to put
en t!il llio' (tin Mel urn. now Inlld
1 hit. iiinl lju olIjiT Hlennic-s uf the
mine fl.11.3 The mo tu be nf bo-
loBlUil Llsiiu IlUoiufcu
.lob Ilaibclur, master, thin morn
ing Hleil his report 1111 the twenty
llilril annual accounts uf the trustees
of the llcriilre I'. IIIshopKstiite. mill
ih u iIuIiik, takes occasion tu highly
commend thu trustees for the excel
lent manner In vvlilch they hnvo hnn
illeil the estate nivl carried nut tlio
wishes of tho fuuniler. Tho expend
Itmes In tnino iimes liavo exceeded
the reLeijits, hut iih this has been
(iiuscil hy reason of numerous lm
procniciit at the Knnichaincha1
Schools, tho expenditures havo heen
The tiustecit charge themselves
ltji tho sum uf $:inn,nii',.l!l total ic
iclpts frnin all sources duiliiB tho
jear. Including the uish on hand.
The total cxpcudltiitcs wcro ?:II2,
838.01, leaving dcnUt of ?fl,322.ir.
on Juno 30th, 1JI0S. Tho caiiso uf
thh, huwover, was tho citahllsliment
er a new simp, power linuce, mill
water and newer senko at K.unelia
The ni'W 190S luculnr) uliouu an
luirc.iso uf $lK:;,SI7.tu over tho
hnok values uf tho.Juiio Sllth pieced
lug. Under tho rule followed hy tlio
M listens I tio whole piopprty In np
pr.ijued ery Iho jems, mid nrcnnl
ing tu (Im latest tipprnlxcmciit, tho
nliovo values aro shown.
The receipts foi rentals during tho
past jear wcio very oiirouraglng, tho
uccipts Hhowlug an iucicaso over tho
cxpeiiilltiues of $22,"fifi,4 I, Money
has heen Invested to the amount nf
Alfred Benjamin fc Co.
Wc have a large, new stock of them just in.
Single- and double-breasted Serges and Woolens, all
tailored in' the latest correct
most clothing house.
Stop in and see thtm in
I The Kash Co., Ltd.,
I Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Iwccu TOOU nnil S000 (nut) Inn then,
nnil nro tu linv a cmitinrl speed of
IS knrl-i. They will he line Hteaiu--iin,
whidi ulll lie n Rrc.it Improve-,
meitl in llio picsent line.
" I'ho niiti.ilily I'Rieeiiicnl nnil the
new crnlinct will enibraio Canada,
I'lJI, ami Aiir.trnll.1. I
"The Itiilon Hte.inislilp Coiupiny nf
N'e', Xiulanil link in or tonliol of
this Hue In IflOl. The picaonl enn
tiart, In n fiinicwhnt illfferent form,
nntidiitns till". There have heen
hiiiiRC". hut the ii.ime contract has
le.illy held. I
"It him liffMi tlie purpmo uf tlio
Union . rilontnslilp Company all
thiough to nuke what linpiovciuciits
we is norrl' '? Willi the (turnout of thn
(,'(ici niiit'iit. In the ucivleo which In
offered. And, with Mils In vlow, wo
r.re tryln; foi (he new contract."
Nw .calami M cu"iited u-.t on
I'll'i in liter. The New Iceland tlu
e'l'iuent hi:.! "ofuscd t'j enter Into
.uy I'nieeiucnt In icgnrd to tlio gran
In: rf .1 M'b?ldy tu UiIh lino. It 1h
Inlmril l,-nt tin penlrn ' o' ni al
ii! to New .calami, owlns In the
$l!5,5ir, shun lug 11 decrease In In
vestment!! when compared to last
year uf aliuul $ril,000, Hits also lie
tng .cuiseil liy the Impioveinoiits rnd
work which has keen douo at tho
The tinslccs uf this estate nro Jos.
O. Carter, Wm. O. Smith, S. M. Da
man, K. Kiixon lllshop, mul A. V.
Judd. J. M. Dowsctt has been ap
pointed on tho hoard uf trustees of
Iho 11; 1. lllshop Museum lu placo nf
Judge Dole, resigned.
Dr. Katiiuiiiinia ndded ?- this mum
ing lu Iho Hill lot 1 11 fund .for tlio
moving picture) machine to ho iimvld
ed for Iho Settlement. This In lugs
thn amount thus far mndo public,
Tin. ,in... I .. lu l.i l..i I...I.I ..,
I. .,.1 t .'in vi i iti.iL in 11, uu iiiii 'ii
next Saturday uvcnlng In llio Opera
House will undoubtedly In Ing In a
good sized addition tu thu fund, so
that not only thu machlmi may liu
pin chased 'lint 11 il.Mintiio for a first
class light ami also 11 good list uf
fashion by New York's fore- 5
The Km I uf Dudley, new Oovcrnor
General of Australia, hound to tho
Commonwealth tu succeed Ixirtl
Nortlirote., Is among llio passengers
on tlio Aornngl, which Is In poit to
day. Ho is accompanied l his suite.
Tho Kail was met on huaid this
morning hy Ocurgo Davlcs, tlio Drll
Ish Vlco Consul of this pott, and
members of Ills suite wero made wel
lomo hy Alexander Hume Kord, who
went nhtsldfl and hoarded tho steam
er In tho stream.
Raymond Rayes Files
First Accounts in
It linn become tho custom, it Bccni3,
of Into for'guiirdlaiiH of estates tu he
coma negligent of their chiirgcs mid
delinquent in their duties, mid this
was found lu bo no exception this
morning when John Inrcalliiin lllcd
his mastcr'H report on tho nu mints
nf Raymond Itnyes, giiatdlan of tho
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that we represent in
surance companies that
are among the most re
liable in the United
Sec us about your
insurance; wc make no
charge for a conference.
The Kxecutlvo building was' paid
n visit by Iho Kail this morning, mid
ho saw tho city In company with Mr.
Davlcs and other gentlemen. Ho was
lunphed this noon at Iho Young Ho
tel, mid proceeds on with tho Aornn
gl, sailing nt 2:30 this afternoon,
Tho Kail of Dudlcj Is a man In tho
prime of life, and was quitu tho must
demuciatlc-louklng peisotiugo on
lio.ud tho liner as she pulled into her
flock this morning. lie woro a rap
and u wlillo sweater with a natural
air that suggested the "sport." I'rob
ably nny other of tho rah In passen
CAUSE OF KICKING
Home Rulers Claim It
Will Cost Kuhio
All tho pulitlcul pintles nro now ac
tively engaged In tdziug up tlio tdtua
t lull all uer tho gioup. The Pomo
crats as well an thu llepiilillcaurf havo
their agents mil endeavoring to get tho
votes of Iho Hawaii ins. Homo oi
them aro gutting weekly allowances
and on Hint account lliuy keep prottj
good look-out of their dlstilets and
Thu Homo luleiii havo Jiiht com-
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S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
PAPAIAS, BANANAS, '
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
in our boys Watch 'Em Go!
gers would liata been almost as
quickly taken for a distinguished
member of tho Kngllsh peerage as
This Is tho first visit or this noble
man to the Islands, giving him a
ory short time in which to form his
Impressions of Hawaii nel.
It Is needless In say that the Karl
nf Dudley Is one of tho most distin
guished members nf tho peerage of
his country, mid that a largo honor
devolved on f.io present Vlco Consul
this morning In entertaining this
visitor during his stay In port..
Annual Report About
Ready For The
Tho leport of tho Department of
Public Workit Is in tho process of
completion for the Dual turning-over
to tho Oou'rnor, and soma Interesting
facts and llguies havo been compiled
mid nro glvon out no a result. Tho ex
penditures mid receipts for tho flBcal
jenra nr approximately tho same as
Ihey weie Inst year, but Ihcro aro
It Is shown that tho current ex-
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ALWAYS FRESH, AT
Drug Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET,
DOWN to BUSINESS
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 22. The Republican Advisory Committee
was appointed today.
DEMOCRATIC COM MITTEES AT W0HK
CHICAGO, 111., Aug. 22. The Democratic National Sub-Committees
will complete their plans for a gen'ral caii"ass of the country on Sep
INDEPENDENCE LEAGUE N CALIFORNIA
OAKLAND, Calif., Aug. 22. The Hearst Independence League will
hold a State convention, put an electoral college ticket in the field for
the Presidential vote, and nominate candidates for Congress in the State.
Sports At Sydney
SYDNEY, Australia, Aug. 22. The pleasure of the entertainment of
the American Fleet today was some-vhat marred by rain. The general
program oi sports was, however, earned out.
BERLIN, Germany, Aur;. 22. Count Zeppelin will found an Insti
tute of erial Navijation. A million dollars .has already been contrib
uted to aid him in the project.
m i mtm i m
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aup. 22. -Two of the West Point cadets
charged with hazing have been cxn-lbl and six suspended for a year
.without pay. All were at one time
mat was later revoKca.
REPORT SULTAN CAPTURED
TANGIER, Morocco, Aug. 22. It is reported that the Sultan of Mo
rocco has been captured.
RUSHNj OUT PORK
FOR THE BIG FLEET
Aorangi Carries 1813
Cases Of Frozen
Frozen pork for Undo Snm'n bat
tleship fleet is nu Important item
among tho many In tho cargo of thu
Aorangi, which Is In port today, 1'hu
carloads of It aro stowed away in the
refrigerators, to gladden tho hearts
of tho Jacklcs, nnd to remind them
that Chicago Is still on tho map.
Tho consignment consists of 1813
cases of fragments or unco happy
hoge from tho middle west. It is rroni
Armour & Co., and wns sent out from
tho factories to Vancouver. Tho trip
from Omaha to Vancouver occupied
only eight days, during which n man
specially sent from tho pork factory
was along to rcu that tho meat kept
well frozen und fit fur uso in u steam
heated copper boiler on a narfshlp.
Persons who witnessed u narrow
escape of nn automobile from being
run down by a train at Cleveland, 0.,
say that tho man In tho machine uhn
prevented It from being caught be
tween tho crossing gates was John I).
mm- BULLETIN ADS PAY -mm
1051 Fort Strett.
exp:llcd on an orJcr of the President
CHAS. R. BISHOP
13th Annual Accounts
Of Big Estate
Tho thirteenth annual accounts of
tho tuislcea of tho Chas. It. Dishop Kb
Into wuru this morning filed before
thn Court. In the twelvu months past
up to August l-lli the receipts front
the estate amounted tu I8,22U.'JS. Tho'
trustees nf tho cstato have paid out
In accordance with llio trust deed thn
sum or $ IG.C74.13, of which amount
$33,375 has been spent In Investments.
Tho list of securities attached to tho
annual accounts show that tho snmo
hnvu cost the trust S31bil less than
Iho par value represented mid tho
total par aluu or tho securities shows
an Incrcnso or S2l,nnn over that
shown In tho last accounts. Tho whole
cstato is valued at $G.!8,IJ9S.13. A. T.
Judd has been appointed n triistcu In
tho pluco uf A, S' Carter, resigned.
Tho net Income of the cstato has been
Illchard Hnrdlug Davis, Iho author
vud playwright, who has recently built
a lnrgu bungalow at Knrthcastlc, N.
Y has accepted thu appointment ns a
deputy sheriff by tho sheriff of West
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