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THE KEY TO HONOLULU'S
From Gan Francisco:
Manchuria . . . .
1'or Sau Francisco:
, .Aug. 31
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M.'UiuK.i Sept. 19
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THE EVENING BULLETIN
VOL. X. NO. 4087
IO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. AUGUST .2408-lO PAGES
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Oliaiimnn Hitchcock in selecting his Etccutivs Committee for the Republican National campaign 1ms
picked men known for their noliticil capacity and who will jrivc their whole time to the work. The four
tonsidcicd as leaders lira Senator Pcaroje, Frank C. Lowdcn, N. E. Bora'i, and William L. Ward. The Advis
oiy Ccmmittc:, which was named a few days aso, will he made-up of mn of financial strength, while the
executive officers "ill do the work.
Paiua Only Place In 4th
where Much lrouoie
"inreatens- , -1
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' On nctt IVIilay evening Hjo Re
publican niliu.irlcH inn In take plan1,
lit which immlnalloiiH will Sin ni.ulo
fm delegate! to tlm County and tho
Tciilloilul ((inventions, and fho poll
Hi inns am getting busy. In tho
rum III tlli'io mo no Brent lights ,ox
ictli'd, with tho exception nt tlio
IMuo.i precinct, vvlmio Chin Ho llnoth,
who suppoita llustnio for Mnyor, will
lip opposed l N.iK.ipaahil, who la i
I,.iiio'h light-hand man In that pl.up,
anil who himself has aspirations for!
a Supciv hoi ship. I
TIipii) m.i ho Minio lighting iluno ,
In (In; Scumd, lint a nieollnr of that
liriiluit will he hold thin evening Tor
the purpose of deildliif; how many,
ilelcg.itiH null of lllo np.in.is luiklnK
up tho prcrl'ict Is elltllled In, and III
i.ir" Hill (.'iCHllu'i b liaiinniilniisb
lellled. Ilnle should ho no fuitllur
I nu'-l- In that :irctlnct. j
In the I'iflh Distill I, on tli other
hind, Hie duvo of pi.uo will probably
I nl lie nliln In (lnil a pci 'Ii. In tlm
rir.litliiK Seventh thoin In. us usti il,
piospepti of a wi mi hallle, between
tho I ..i ne, I Instil e, mid l.m.is fon eh,
mid tlipio are, fuilhoinio.-e, milno old
i Continued on Vatre 2)
& Wc have a large, new stock of them just in.
m Single- and doubh-brcastcd Seiges and Woolens, all
tailored in tho latest correct fashion by New York's fore-
most clothing house.
, Stop in nnd sec them in our windows.
I The Kash
Corner Fort and
OF REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN
V Tim li r.l (MIKll of the Mlllllllllll
t Ait h.n guno over until loinor- t-
row II wis ret for a hearing bo
t foiu ludgu lie Itoll IIiIh niortiinu.
and llin cnrrldors or Iho Judicial y v
building Weru flllud Willi Supi'l-
.vlMna, polllli Kiln, ami imeiuMtu r
porMiim. - . n ; y
HiaTIicj' nh ilmiuint Ib-ilhnp-
4 iinlntineiit. Ill) w ever, for Iho at-
InrtiujH appuiied and utaled l
the (ourl llml lliey went mu f
r le.uly In ko idie.ul with the nm
4 today, lull Ihal lliey would liu
ON FOR TONIGHT
Meeting Will Be Held
In Ch. Of Commerce
Booms The flisl lue.il Inilrt (onfrieiieo In
the hlhtu'-;' nf tho isbmlH will li- held
i""iglil In llio ronniH nf die .Clruiiiiei'
i.. Loiiiiiieiro mid It Is cNpcctoil Hint
Iheio will ho lepio-tentullves of nil
llin lenillui; ( iiiiiliKicl.il and ImliiMrliil
roiueiiiM In llm Irlniiiln.'piiRenl and
piep.ucd to k(o llylf opinions on
(Continued on Tape 2)
a ruin &, Co
FRANK 0 LOWPEN,
SEEING LOCAL BOGS
Italian Scientist To Study
Parasites Of Cane
To study methods pursitsd locally
liy etilomoloKlxlfl, and to initio Iiivph
HkhHoiiu iiiiioiib tho parnsitos of tho
MiRar Holds which may result In ory
ln'iicllcl.il illsLoverlcs, I'lllppo HIIvps-
trl, of tho itojal Agricultural School
of I'lirllcl, near Naples, one nt tho
most eminent cutoinoloRliits of Italy,
nrrhcil on tho China this iiioinliiR.
lie will spend two wcols In his In-
esllKalon here, when ho will re
turn to llin States, this tilp to tho
Itd.inds, 1,000 miles out of Ills way,
helm; taken liccatiso ho hollors espe-
clilly In Iho nietlinils which nro pur-
siied lieic In flKhtliir; parasites.
.Mr. HlUeiitri holds tho s.uno Iowh
of this matter as tho local people. In
rortradlrtlnctloii lo those held nnd
iKtcd upon In lnoft parts of tho
States, 'llicie, sprays and hiiK-klll-
liiK coiuortlniiH are depended upon lo
a ureiit exlciil: here, tho prartlen Is
tu study mil the hloliiKy of tho InHcrt,
lo net at tho enilirj ninny of tho i.pc
(Irs liiMilveil, nnd lo llml tho Insect
which will war iixiiiust tho dettruct
vu lit I lei hues.
This h tlm method which tho vls
(llniT selniitlst favoiH. and It Is for
tho. pxpiesH purposo of seeliiK the
norldiiK of the mailer hole, and ot
InyesllRiitliiR Dm londltlnns, that ho
made tho tilp down hero.
He will spend most of his tlmo
heic In tha cane Itelds. Ha will inalio
photoRrnphs, fiom which slereoptl-
(Continued on Page 2)
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923 rORT ST., Honolulu
RIP. PRIlMnS QAII
I I I I I I B III Mlllll I I I HH II
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 2 1. Seven of the armored cruisers
composing the Pacific Fleet sailed frjia this port today for Honolulu un
der command of Admiral Swinburne.
The cruiser Colorado, which wjnt aeround in Pupct Sound, is not
with the Fleet. The ships Ure: West Virginia (flagship), Maryland,
Pennsylvania, Tennejstc, California, Washington, and South Dakota.
The fruiters are towing the tor do boats Perry, Hopkins, Hull,
Truxton, Whipple, Stswait. and Preble.
The Fleet is accompanied by tho Solace and Buffalo with supplies.
'I hoy arc expected In nnivp hero on September 2nd.
The rolllcis Saturn mid Jililln have already snllpil for this ,
pint. It Is rcpnilcd fiom the Coist that those colliers will go no
further tlinn this port
Tltn uuxill.ii) Solace Is In nccompnny llto hIiIph.
HEIDELBERQ, ncnr.any, Aug. 24. Freiherr Speck von Stcrnburg,
German Ambarsador to the United States, died here today from lung
SPAIN'S KINO TRAVELS
PARIS, Franrc, Aug. 24. King Alfonso of Spain arrived here today,
traveling incognito. He will join the Queen at the Isle of Wight. ,
m i mtm (
) TOURISTS HELD UP
ST., PAUL, Mihi', Aug! 24. A lone highwayman today held"up' and"
robbed seven coachloads of tourists in the Yellowstone Park.
OUR MEN IN REVIEW
SYDNEY, Australia, Aug. 24. The feature of today's entertainment
of the American Fleet was a review of 1,500 American and Colonial sail
ors and army troops.
EMBEZZLER KILLS HIMSELF
FRANKFORT, Germany, Aug. 24. Cashier Geltermann of the Kit
tlcdeutyh Bank embezzled 12S,000. He committed suicide when the
Campbell Says Nuuanu
Water Must Be Filtered
"fntllleied Nuuanu water Is abso
lutely unfit for human consumption."
This Is one of the very startling
mid sweeping statements mado by
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrston Campbell In his annual re
lorl to (iiivrrnor Krcar, which hits
just been toniplptcd, Mr. Campbell
Kiie.s after HiIiiks rlRhl from tho
idioulder, mid thorn Is no skimping
lor hr.itliiK a run nil tho hush In Ills
.icfcrpnccs to the present unhappy
j condition of nffnliH In his depart
I incut. Ho Informs tho Governor that
tho Honolulu wntcr system is tho
ronglomcrnio result of nn undertak
ing that has been started without
nny definite object In vlow. without I
S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
in our boys Watch 'Em Go!
rg Is Dead
mo thought or preparation for fu
ll! re growth.
Mr. Campbell dors something moro
than roast tho sntem as It now Is,
ho fIiows how this can ho remedied.
end ho goes Into details in the report
and explains to tho (liner nor tho
manner In which ho would handle
affairs and reorganize, hud ho tho
Among other things, ho states Hint
the present ducking facilities nt this
harbor arc absolutely Inadequate to
handle tho vast amount ot business
that lomes nnd passes through hero.
Ho makes tho statement that tho
docks which nro now controlled by
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KING AND FORT.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
IN PARTY RULES
Candidates of Others
Tho Territorial convention of Iho
Homo Hide parly which takes ptntu
next Monday, August 31st, In tho Kn-
lillliiuliuil hall will ho nn Interesting
affair. Tho attendance will bo one of
tho largest In tho history of tho Homo
Hulo party and fiom the general out-j
look, tho delegation will Include homo
former ilcptibllcniis and I)emocra.s,
who hao recently heroine Homo aid
ers. "One of tho prlnclpil things tint wo
will do In Iho ciinu'iitlon," said Chas.
K. Notloy today, "will bo tho roWslug
of our rules. Wo do this In order that
good and reliable members of Hie oili
er iiotllicat parties may ho glen our
support. As It Is our platform does I
not permit us to mo for nnv candi
dates other than our own mcmlors. I
'Should our platform bo iolsed, ac
cording to our present plans, those
who will seek our simnort. t hunch I
(hey may bo Iteiiubllcaiis or Demo
crats will bo ghen support; provided
tho majority rules In such cases '
Rumors have It that Jack i.uc.is nnd
Chas. Hiistace, Jr., hao requested
But Criticizes laukea
Thero will bo no Impeachment pro
ceedings started against Sheriff lau
kea. At least, the committee of Su
pervisors which was appointed to
look into tho Isol matter will recom
mend that no such steps ho taken.
This report will ho submitted lo tho
Heard of Supervisors nt Its meeting
next Wednesday evening.
In tho mcnntlmo tho Sheriff will
not be let down altogether easily, tho
committee having decided to mako
Eomo criticism of him In its report,
hut Iq regard to how far this criti
cism shnll go'tlio members of tho rom
mlltco do not quite agree.
Whllo all throo members of tho
committee. Fern, Kealoha, and Arch
er, ngrec that no Impeachment pro
ceedings should bo taken, and nlso
on tho fact that the Sheriff should bo
r-u-i-j i js
Iludolph Sprecklcs In to visit Hono
lulu noxt month.
This Is tho plan now nnd tho city
1051 Fort Street.
Mr. Gilmore And Profs
Arrive On China
I'li'sldent Cllinorp nnd tho nihanro
guard of the Instructors' foito for
Hawaii's College of Agriculture anil
Mechanic Alls arihcil In the China
With I'lcslilent (lllmore wero Miss
Agnes Hunt, who will hae charge of
(Continued on Page 3)
certain ineniherH or the Homo uulo
party to rapport them at llio lyllot
box; but lliey were politely told to
priheut (heir ietllioii.s to Iho Homo
Hiilc coiiMiitlnn Whether they will
do mi remains lo bo setu.
Some well Known Homo Hub-is said
that It would be well for Charley Aclil
to forwmd a pi llllon of u suno na
ture, mi ili:i( tlip could all be consid
er! d nl the Hiune time.
When tlii'Mj ciiididnles for Major
wero seen today lliey denied Iho re
port, HtiHlacc- adding however, that If
tho Homo Killers know u good thing
when they saw It Ihoy would surely
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crltlilred to some extent, their point
of disagreement Is tho degree of crit
icism which should bo accorded him.
Porn and Archer appear to bo In
clined In report that tho Sheriff has
not shown sufficient fnmlllnrlty with
tho work of his department, whllo
Kealoha, who is the thntrninu ot tho
(oinmlttec, la of tho opinion thai tho
Shciiff should bo given a still morn
soM-rn iplnikc. Tho members of tlm
committee expected to get together
for a llunl discussion ot tho matter
today. They hoped lo bo ublo to torn
promlee. In which case their roport
will he mado up Immediately, but, on
tho other hand, If they should not bo
ablo lo arrive nt nny ngrrement a
majority report will bo filed by Kern
and Archer, n;ni a minority repoit by
will have an opportunity to gieet Iho
S.m FVnnclsco reformer, who has
many Intimate friends licit'
Spreckels Is not coming lo reform
Honolulu or lo pass his opinion on
tho Isol liuikca nolo Tho purpobo nf
hln trip Is In look over tho ground with
a view to Iho extension of Illsbnp
street lo Iho waterfront. Tho Sprock
les Intercsta nun n Inrgo amount nf
tho pinperty thioiigh whlrh tho ex
tension will pass, mid It Is probabto
that Mr. Spicrkles' visit will havo
much to do with hnslrniug tho com
pletion of the extension.
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