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THE KEY TO HONOLULU'S
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From San Francisco:
Manchuria Aug. 31
For Sau Francisco:
Alameda Aug. 26
Manuka Sept.- 19
For Vancouver :
Mnrama Sept. 15
VOL. X. NO. 4088
JAPAN'S TRAINING SHIP HAS
LAD IBS TO
Cli.iliin.in Ocn. V. Sinltli or the PaclHil Fleet Committee
IliU murnlnff appointed the uhalrineii of tile committee)),
which me to have. ehago or the various plumes of the enter-
talnmcnt of Iho coming Fleet. E-.ic.li of these chairmen has
the power to appoint the mcinbuis lo solve umler 'him, !-
though, according to the decision leached nt the meeting of
the Executive Committee u few tluya ago, the number of
memhoru on eac'.i conunltteo will ho limited to five, ns It was
found that thu work of entertaining the Atlantic. Fleet win
to Hiniu extent encumbcied on account of the largo mem-
borshlp of the romniltto?j.
Smith also appointed a So Mai CouimlUeo of ladles, which
will have charge of a garden lurty nnil other Boelnl evcntH
which aio to ho niianged for the Iicneflt of the olIlcerH and
men of the Fleet. The memlurslilp of the Social Committee
Is as folio wb:
Mrs. W. F. Frear, Mib. B. A. Slott-Smlth. Mrs. F. W.
Macrarlane, Mrn. Andiew Fuller, Mrs. V. II. Habbltt. Mrs. K,
I). Tenncy, Mrn. C. II. Coopor. JIih. S. O. Wilder, Mrs. U. T.
reel;, Mm. K. S. Church, and Mrs. II. It. Macfariano.
The chalimcn of the utlio committees are as follows: !
V. U Waldron jKxJiuslon Committee.
A. 1,. C. Atkinson. . .Sports Comniltteo
.1. W. Jonoa Decorntlons and Illumination :
.7. F. Motgan. . . . . . .Tiausportatlon Comniltteo
Tho Supri'tuo Court of tho Teirltory
of Hawaii wilt decide tho iiucMlon ns
to thu validity of the Municipal Act.
Jurigu Do Dolt this morning entered
an order rczonlng the whalu cjso to,
tho Supieme Court. Tho SupervUois.
liy the County Attorney, hno entered
a demurrer to the petition of John I'm
nieluth for a writ of mandamus on the
WATER AT WIFE
Because She Couldn't
Cook a Chinese
"My husband heat mo thu llrat time,
two weeks after we wore married. Iie-I'aut-o
I could not cook n Chinese din
ner." Alexandria Matla l'ak Chee, a
young nnd pietty l'oi tugupso woman
who was lecently kidlctoil by tho
(iraud Jtuy on u chargo of iidultory,
g.ivo tho abovo testimony this morn
ing lioloic Judge Uo Holt In hur suit
for ll voi co fiom her Chlucau husband.
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IS A DRESS SUIT
That's about what it amounts to in Honolulu, where
the men wear their coats open, or no coat at all. The neg-,
ligce shirt is really th: most dressy garment a man wears
during business hours.
Our CLUETT, STAR, and WILSON BEOS, negligee
shirts afford you a variety that cannot be equaled elsewhere
in tho city. As we carry all three lines, we are enabled to
offer you exclusive patterns.
You probably are already aware that the above lines
skin anything else in the shirt line.
We have a new line of E & W Soft Shirts. "
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
grounds that not uufflclent facts nia
Ftated to Justify tho writ being issued.
Tho catu will ho entered on tho Su
preme Court calendar today, and It is
piohahlo that tho Justices of thu Su
preme Court will got to work on tho
casu Immediately. Chief Justice Hart
well has leturned from his trip to tho
Coast, and has taken his place on the
bench oncu more.
BOAT OMITS CALL
Admiral MaGoon Had No
Freight For This
The Chargeur Houus line of steam
cis Is not making a prolltablo liusl
ucbb ultosethcr of tho run to Hono
lulu, to little so that tho last one to
crobs the Pacific, tho Amlral Magoon,
omitted this port altogether on her
run, and went distend to tho Sound
befoio malUng S.tu Francisco.
This Hue, which takes In (his port
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lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. AUGUST 25. I908-1O
WE OOZE MONEY
A N Campbeil Sees Great
Progress Everywhere '
In San Francisco
"Kver.vono In San Francltco thlnto
Uft .-IVll imvltlir with t.lfllini. flvn 1...r.. "
Bnld A. N. Catnphell, of
Wnteihoiiho Tnut Coinpaii
Mrs. Campbell, arrived on the Illlon-
Ian from a brief trip to California, i
Thoy think no haw- loadh of money
In the Islands. I uas uppioached by!
men with all soils of propositions ask
ing If I thought they could find Invest-'
ors. In tho Islands. Hume of them
think uo hato good dollars lying
aiound lu tho streets. They have
lieaul we got a good
prico lor our
"Ah for Snn Francisco, the building
up of that city lb n constant source ol
wonder. Tho way buildings aio going
up, and such magnificent ones, hIiovs
that tho men of means have confidence
lu tho town and It Is going ahead on
n better basis than ever before.
"They used to say that old San
FiancUco would never return. It It
true that thu old oltj has not ie
turned but they have as lively n ono
as before and uvcrythlug Is on u moio
"You can go down Market street
now and almost foiget there icr was
a fire. Tho business houses are get
ting down town as fast al they can,
and I am afraid that Hom.j of those
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Neasnnd that weUou wll ut ..Inched.
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HuilncsH sce.iiB good. The banks
appear to hav plenty of money and
they" are 'loaning It at good rates of
Intercut. Tho talk of thu business of
San Francisco going acrnrs tho 11 ay
ahvnj-J was a dream and thsy have al
ready fo. gotten It. Tho I'.il.ico Hotel
Is going up rapidly nnd they nro talk
Ins seriously of putting a now hotel
on the kilo of tho old Occidental. Tho
lintels nro busy, and I dccllre ( don't
know whera all tho people aru coming
from but they aio thcic. You can
hank on It that tho men who have
money to Invest havo not lost their
confidence In tho city as tho metrop
olis of tho West. They nro going
ahead and nothing can stop them."
Kellogg Found People
After Control Of
"Some ono tiled to get the control
of my company away from mu wlillu
I was out of town," bald Plnoapplo
King Kellogg of the Consolidated this
"That would Indicate that someone
thlnkB It of particular vuluo?"
"It looks that way," bald Kollogg.
"Apparently they thought they could
tako advantago of tho plow marketing
of tho product und get some stock In
i-rom my trip to thu Coast I found
that tho demand for cunnod pines
Has No Chance
ui Kciung into our saie ueposu vauil.
Neither has fire. Whatever you put
,'in it you may be sure that you can,
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take out again in perfect condition
We furnish a private room for safe
deposit' box renters, where they may
examine papers, etc., privately,
Only $5 a Year
023 F0BT ST., Honolulu
Look at the Doughnut not at
ON TRAINING SHIP
Capt. Furuya Wai In Two
Wars; Officers And
Commanded liy Captain C. Furuya.
0lOraU Of tlJO
"'"' J"' "-fj-'lmi ma"' niuilalH of
,llo ,vnle th" jnlianP1, triiiiltiis 'liln
"l e,'Iir en tc crt iho "?to tl Is
nrtcniimn ami nnclioiwl in tlio Htrvatn,
wlitfro sho wan soon crowded by the
Bon- ni rvip.ion.
"Wherever wo went" rujt.l Puicer
.iioii.. -...I in .oi, .. ,k
uiu i; iiitu in iriiiin in- (laic uuiu cit'
e,to!nmoiitB an bourd the Milp.
1 "There was no feeling of unlmoolty
uo' hava b'ut' words". ,f 'llraiiTtor "the"
"oi o rf snn no..cu.co"
' Tho Tall lm-u loft Ban Fnnrl
July 28. according ;o purser Ozawa.
who was very careful In gilng out
news to the repretentallNc of the
.press. , It u Ml Uo iipiow its Junction with thu
There ure on boar I t'10 Marti II of. ralolo stream, thence along said'
dccis, CS cadets and :,7 members ofr0!l(, Campbell Aenuo. C-istlc Itoad. I
I mo crew, mum m uieni uin war vci'
nr,nd itti.i iim ,ii t ,.r I tuuii, u ni fi..ii.
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ns from the Rovernnient Thu only
white man nboaid the tulntngplilp Is
C A Ulitlllnu t,n t',1 -!loli liirtHiintm. .
Ho linn been connoccil with tho ship
since tho Morcititll .Maiin.- College
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nnnutuil tlml li.u nnlr.w In, lnmt nut or
the nenspapors, stating that there
wero ninny erroneous stores told of
him In Snn Francisco which displeased
Ills duty on the ship Is strictly to
teach the Kngllsh laiigunge. Tho Tal
Bel.Maru Is nfllcctcd by Captain C. Fu
ruya, Chief Instructor S. Oznkl. Chief
! Mato M. Sasaki. Second Mato S. Sato,
Third Mato K Suzuki. Fourth Mato Y.
Shlrnlshl, Chier Engineer S. Onlshl,
First Engineer If. Matsul. Dr. Yoshlda,
English Instructor K A Phillips, Purs
er S. Ozawa.
Tho training ship will remain hero
far some time awaiting further orders
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 24.
SUGAR: Beets, 9s. 7 l-2d. Parity,
,4.01 cents. Previous quotation, Ds.
as good as eer, a llttlo better In fact.
Hut the Jobbers will not carry more
than a thirty or blxty days supply.
They aro playing close. Thoy will
not buy except for Immediate demand.
That Is tho only difference between
this year and htl. I believe, howover,
that wo shall market our crop at a
good flguiu. As tlmo goes on the as
boclntlou of pineapple men will prob-
ably develop Into an organization to
marketing both tho fresh and thu
j canned pines to thu beat advantage"
Printing and Developing
Our expert taveys the art of print
intr and developing films and plates.
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in our boys Watch 'Em Go!
the Hole. Bulletin Ads
Governor Frear tisi completed his
election pioclamatlun, and It Is all
It!aUy ,m. publication. It Is not ma.
-n-llrmB.r. f.om the proclam.
tloUb of forme'' years, except that It,
l -horter. being condoase.l into the1
it explicit lanRiiaeo possible, nml'
the wording of nil pieclnct descrlp
Hon la changed.
Tho foowB Important precinct
rr10 -teir .'." ,,,,n pn
Munition, which Is the first one for
elections gotten up by the present
m 7l, ,,rfcc'nct7T"e 1K':'lon f J"c
1,,r.,V " , "?.no,1,,lu northot n ,a
".''T, . n 'Tt. "'"v i
' e, . ,? Idc of M"""n Val"
lc' lo tllB Malloa "tream, thence
"long that stieam to a toad dowsing
I)lllinn.l HP:.,I Ali.niin. nnd tin. In
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nvtnn.lnn ll,nrf t th. vn nlll.,
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P'JC' conior or Wnlalae and Kapa-
h II tit m.lflu
Second Precinct Tho pot Hon ptl'
Ithe District of Honolulu south of'
uvvuia 1 ivviilki ihu IIUI tlfll till
K1I1E Blrect ami of Wnlnlnn ronil lio-
.tween the Fl,t l-reclnct and a .line
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King btrccts to the long brldgo on
Ala Moana (llcach road). Polling
place, near "corner of Punnhou und
Third Precinct The portion of the
District of Honolulu north of King
ctreet nnd Walalae road between tho
First Precinct and a lino from King
etrcet alone Punahou street to its
Junction with Mano.i road and thenco
along tho rldco on tho west slda of
Mano.i Valley to tho Koolau range.
Polling place, near corner of Punahou
street and Wilder avenue. '
. DITCH DONDS
Said To Be Program For
Tho proposition which the Hama
kt.a Ditch pcuplo hau to flnlbh up be
fore the bonds for new work aru float
ed Is said to bu tho amalgamation of
thu bonds for tho Upper and thu l-ow-er
Thu I.owor Ditch is tho one which
Mr. McCrosBcn and Gcorgo Macfar
iano went to Loudon to finance. The
money can bo had fur this If tho hold
ers of bonds under which tho coiuti ac
tion of tho Upper ditch was success
fully put through will coinu In on the
whole proposition of thu combined
ditch project, Mr. McCrossetl Is now
at work on thu details or tho matter
and exacts to havo tho whole busi
ness completed without much trnuule.
It Is understood that tho Lewis boyn
practically financed tho Upper ditch
and havo tho most complete confidence
In tho success of the wholo enterprise.
S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. . PHONE 15.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
KERN IS NOTIFIED
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Auk. 25. John W. Kern was today formally
notified of his nomination at Vice President on the Democratic ticket.
Bell of California headed the notification committee. William J. Bryan
wa present and in the course of the urocrara dehvsinl a sneeeh that
jdealt with the attitude of the Democratic party toward the Trusts.
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READVILLE, Mass. AuB. 25.-The American Trotting Handicap
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SYDNEY, N. S. W., Auff. 2o".-Thc tug-of-war match between teams
tana the British and the American wuiliip. m the creat sporting event
f ioi? nm- The British W;'
T1e reception of the Lord Mayor of the city was the official func-
, m i i.
nirv nr Mrvtnn m- i. nt
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ua ettiirU twla Hw a hmrnlift mm
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HELD UP IN
Mn.v n .
. vuh wy- AUB, f0- nituwajman Held up the local stage hero
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BROKERS IIAVE FAILED
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 25.
suspended operations today.
M0RRIST0WN, Pa., Aug. 25.
died here today.
Through the wllllni'ticss of the nj-o uco fiom knot and curves, mak
Uovcrnmcnt to allow E. II. Cant nnd Ing them Ideal for nllej.
his associates and thu Parlllc Devel
opment Co. a llsht-of-way over cer
tain lands In I'r.na district nnd a
space for a landing at Kehena. Puna. 1bi1c1s of the Pacific Dovelopme.it Co.
ii new phase of tho Hawaiian lumber of tho forct on them as wnll. The--Industry
will bevennbled to make a nmln trouble has, however, been
atari, namely: that of cutting ohla that there w.-.s no place controlled
timber for pllc3. by him fiom which he could ship hi
Some lime ago Cant secured a largo timber, a piece of Government laud
tract of laud In Puna adjoining n Intervening between hit lands und
tract of 1.S33 acres on which tho tho ec,i This morning Cant nnd ono
Pacific Dovclopmc.it Co , of which of his associates called o tho Oov
Cant la one of tho stockholders. Is cuior, with tho lcsult that thoy wero"
planting rubber and loconnuts. On piomlfed a right-of-way to tho se,i
this land, according to those Inter- and the right to establish a landing
ested, grows tho only Hawaiian tlm- there As coon as tun neccseary ar
bor which has been discovered w far laugemcnts havo been mudo Iumber
whlch can bo ufced for piles. Other lag operations will bo started on a
ohla found in other places contains gieat ucale. and bids will be made for
so many knotB that It Is very ditllcult tho furnishing of p!lP3 for tho harbor
to place copper sheathing on It, nnd work to lie done nt IVail Harbor jtnd
this fact has heretofore prevented Its other placo3, It being tho belief of
general uso for piles. On tho other those Interested that In UiU Held
hand, tho ohlas on the pioperty In they will be able to distance nil coui
questlnu g.ow to a great height, and petition.
1051 Fort Street.
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-Lieutenant Commander Roscoc Spear
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