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From Ean Francisco:
Mnnrhtirln Aug. 31
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Al.uutila Aug. 2G
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M11 1111 1, a Sept. 19
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VOL. X. NO. 4090
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. AUGUST 27. 1908-8 PAGES
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Say Saiikea Knew Isoi
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To site Tiansacfioo
Tiint Bhfi Iff liiukca hint mot. us n
in i tier of fut IiihI 'io"ii Intioilmcil
to, Iml befiuo the note and thu brlb
ci li.int ictlonn lou,. iitiiic: tti it
'iow.ibend tulil lil:n litfnu l-i niaiUi
out lili Hud' tli.il thu nitJ.ioN v'.h tit
tuniu fiiini Isoi of Iwllel; ttuit Apinu,
miuthcr oltKir, li.nl licun c.uplocd
1) the ShcillT tn scenic n loin fiom n
Chinese, with piomlse of fawns; ami
lln.'llly that the SlieilfT iiultu genei
ull piuetlced tlui gcnllo art nf
touch among lilx Bilboidlnntcs, 1110
among the many Interesting facts
v. Iitcli the ttnnscilpt (if tho tcstlmon
t.ilcn hj thu Supeivltoia' incstlgu
tlnn committee rove ils It also shown
that Idol cut the Sheilff a pi event
of .in opinslo rot of th.il'a at
Ilociualho Uliimlnntlon Commit
tee Ch.ilinian, J Junei: V. A.
I.oe, A. V.. Mttrpli, A. Mcnefnglio,
A. Afotig. .
i:uiuhin Committee Chalimau
I'uil. 1. Vi.ldiim: A. V. Van VnlU
enbmg, Wlllaid U Drown, 12. Hermit,
l'ud 0 Smith, Win. Thompson.
Spoits Committee Chairman, A.
1. C AtMiuou; I'addy 11 nn (box
ing, wicstllng, and lugs-of-wni ), Sam
Tho aboo nio tho lumimlttoea
x.lilcli will li.nc chaiRe of tho en
tertalnmint of the l'.iclllc I'leet. They
weio announced b their lesrtective
0 Tons Coal
Thlity thousand toiib of coal will
be taken on nt this port by tho l'n-
cllle fleet. 1'ioni colliers and fiom
thu sheds at tho Naval Station.'
IS A DRESS SUIT
That's about what it amounts to in Honolulu, where
the men wear their coits open, or no coat at all. The neg
ligee shut is really the most dressy garment a man wears
during business hours.
Our CLUETT, STAR, and WILSON BROS, negligee
shirts afford you a varisty that cannot br equaled elsewhere
in the city. As wc 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
I'mlci there Utuimstnnccs It la
easy tn iimlcist.ind that the Shcilff's
fik'Mi ami fellow -Democrat, l'lnnk
'll.livo), Httenuously nlijeituil at tin!
meet Ini; of the Hoard of SupeiUsois
last c cuing In thu giving of thu
liamcrlpl to the picks, hut us It had,
an a m.ittci of fact, been submitted
by the committee im a part nf Its re-
oi t. thin objection failed to hold
water . j
Iaukea Meets Isoi I
The (ettimonv of Ibol cornea first
In the document. Hu states that he
luil Mj IliHt (onveiEutlon with lau
le i on A'irll 7 of this c-ir, when thu
She Iff tuld him, nt Iwllel, that thu
btoi katle must he elided. I'm ther,
(Continued on Page 2)
(hall men nt the meetliiR of the 12
JecutUe Cntumltlen held thin after
noon In the Chamber of Common o
No rcpoit was mado for the Tinns
porlnllon Committee owine to tho
absence or Jan. r. Morgan, its tluili
in.in. Col. Jones estimated that $1554,50
would pay the decoration and Illumi
nation expenses. This amount would
he teditced If the Hawaiian Klectrlc
Coiiip.ui lould linndlu tho whole Il
lumination. Waldrou fo" the Exclusion Com
(fiintinned on Pane 4)
For Pacific Fleet
mountains of fuel will ho heaped Into
tho bunk-en of tho big ciulscis and
tho little destrojcis, a third of It on
(Continued on Page 2)
With Kellogg As
As exclusively Btated In ll.e II it I
1 u 1 1 u someone has been aftei tho
control of Kellogg's Consolldnttil Pino
opplo company. Tho icsult Is that thu
people after thu tontiol end thu Kol
log,; Inteicbts hatu Jolnc 1 foices mil
meiMhlng Is wound up to thu cilia-
taction ot all coucuiued. I
The Castle Intciests as lepicsciitul
in the Ilaniili OoUopnieni Compiny
me, as a result of the deul. the heav
iest holdeiH of pineapple tcourltlis !i.'
thu Terrltot) Tho Costl" Inleies.s
were aftei tho contiol of the CoiimiI
Idated, with the alleged pmiiohu ot
ousting Kellogg from the man irc menu. I
Kellogg had some fi lends who stood
bv htm and thu result Is that thu Henr
Wnterhouso Trust Compiny Interests
weie bought h Castle anil the I M
l'ond Interests comblntd with C&tl.
This .completes tl7o control but It x...s
not can led through until inati,;u-
ments weru mndu Tin thu continu.itlo'i
of Kellogg as managir
Tho Castle interests now co.-.t.ol the
1 irgo Kon i plnuipiile establlshmeut,
thu Koolau plneipplc project on tho
windward bidu of the Island and the
Consolidated at Wahlawa. Castlo S.
Couke rtlll remain tho agents of tho
Ono of the. men connected v Ith tho
Conpolldated stated this morning that
he thought the liming In of Tl.c Cis
tlu interests grurtly strcngth"iiul tho
company, for, If Castle & Cooke should
for any teason want to give tip the
ngonc tho Company would bo sum of
the protictlug financial power nf .1, II.
Would Support Hustace
To Dump Lucas
When Chnilcy Achl can't figure
out a new way to get Into tho papers
by springing an unusual scheme,
there is something radically wrong
with him. Tiom tho latest that has
leaked out concerning a little meet
ing which was held nt his house Inst
cenliig, It appears that Mr. Achl
counts on winning out, In the Maj or
ally contest by leaping Into tho fight
r.s an Independent candidate. And,
In oi del that mntteis will be brought
about to Ills pei feet satisfaction, lie
will support Hubtnce In securing tho
i.omlnntlon, thus forcing John Lauo
and Jack Lucas out.
When this little piece of engineer
ing has been accomplished, and an
other haolo has been put up to run
against Clialiman Charles of tho
lloatd of Supervisors, wily Achl will
annonnco himself as tho Independent
(0atuttt4 n Page 3)
Has No Chance
of getting into our safe deposit vault.
Neither has fire. Whatever you put
in it you may be sure that you can
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 FORT ST.. Honolulu
TRENOR MAY DO
Folders Of All Islands
Are Now Being
Secretary Wood has preparud the
following reportjwhlch he will submit
to tho Promotion Committee at Its
meutlng this afternoon;
Chairman and Members of thu Hawaii
Clentlcmun: After coiifenlng with
oui chairman, Mi W 12. Drown, I
wioto tn Mr. 12. A. Mott Smith, Super
intendent of Immigration, asking it
we might place out inapa, tolders, etc ,
on II lu in the otllce the Hoard of Im
mlgiallon pinposes establishing lu
New York and am pleased to roport
the leculpt or thu following answei :
"I am tn lorelpt ot jour fuor of to
d.i s datu asking tint the Hawaii Pro
motion Committee may haw- the pilv
llego of keeping muttei, samples of
which ou havu furnished, lu the ot
llce iiok:sci1 to be opened b the
Uoniil of Immlgrallo'i in New York
City tin lor ih.ua ot Mr Tienoi, mil
also asking the pillc,e of stating to
parties In New York Uci.lil.ig Informa
tion about Hawaii tint they can se
cure tho sums from Mr Trenor.
"This roquoat meets with my entire
(Continued on Page 3)
JUDGE HM1 OF
. IiILO is DEAD
Henry Hapal this morning received
the sad ne'vii of the death of his fa
ther ut Illlo The wireless said:
"Your father died nt Bven thirty
last evening. Funeral this aftei -noon."
G. W. A Hapal was one of the old
nnguard in the Government service
ot these Islands, and has been a pro
minent figure for many cars. Ho
was District Magistrate of Illlo for
thirty ears, and was Tax Assessor
for ten eirs He was 08 ears of
ago when he died.
THAT SCHROEDER REPORT
The statement was mado by a 4
4- gentleman In a e'ry good )iosltion 4
f to know that when definite infor-
matlon on the Schroedor reiwrt 4
f on Pearl Harbor Is obtained, It
f will bo found that the Hoard
mado no bitgRostlon whntovcr In
-f fnor of a change of government -
f for tho Territory of Hawaii. 4
4 Tho direct Inference is mado 4
4 that tho local "rumor" was man- 4
4 ufactiued for political purposes. 4
4 Alul it failed. 4
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Let us deliver your messages.
KAHUHU STATION TO
DE COMPLETE SOON
No Listener For kEther
Work on the Kahttku Wlrclcbs Sta
tion will be finished some time next
neck probably. Mennwhil, no ono
U listening for any Hashes from the
Fleet, though It would probibly soon
be in hearing distance. In fact, It is
cot known if any long-range work
with the fleet will bo done. Of
course, the Ubiial olllclal work will be
hone through with befoie tho Fleet
ai rives, but bewind this it is doubt
ful If nil thing Is to be heard.
Out ut Knliuku, thu men are busy
at construction v. oik. and no one it
the receiver, though the latter Is still
In its old form, mid ought to bo pick
ing up'thn sparks pretty boon.
Thu work which was done nt Ka
huku (lilting the trip of thu Atlantic
ricet down here was something In
the nature of u test, and tome very
good work was dono. Hut no test Is
on for this 0jn2e.
SAN FRANCISCO Calif . Ancr M
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifnglrr3.5
ccnu, oriv, per ion. rrenous quo
tation, '4 cents.
BEETS: 88 analmh fk 4 1.01
Parity, 3.98 cents. Previous quota
tion, 8s. 7 l-Zd.
WILL SOON START
Dredging Contractors To
Be Forced To
James II. Hoyd, tlmekeopcr, and
Uald O'llara, leurman, working on
the dredger In the harbor, wero this
morning arrested on the same chargo
as that preferred against Kd. Lordi
They were .released on their own re
cognizance after tiling their bond.
This, and the fact that a criminal
Information will be tiled against tho
Hawaiian Dredging Company, and an
injunction will be taken out against
l-ord and tho dredging company, Is
tho only now feuturo in tho dispute
between tho United States Engineer
Office and the i contractors who are
doing the work lu the harbor. AH
of the parties Interested, with tho
exception of Captain Otwcll, were at
tho Judiciary building this morning.
The United States officials intend
that the work In the harbor, as it Is
now being carried' on, shall be dis
continued, and for this reason the in
junction suit will bo started.
The suit against Contractor Iord
has been set for a hearing for Mon
day morning ut 10 o'clock before
U. S. Commissioner Judd.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
S.S. LURLINE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Aug. 27.
the trial of Abe Ruef for bribery was
TOKIO, Japan. Autr. 27. The croiiiam for the cntortninment nf th
Ameiican Battleship Fleet lias been
connucieu on a most lavisn plan.
TOKIO. Janan. Aup- 27 It is
appointed as Ambassador to London
vwuivs juiiuaic ui jutciu iiiuirs,
Bryan At Top
TAPEVA TTan A hit 07 P.nl.1. T -..., .!...... a i. .
---- -- "... ..!,, m.. vu.w.i...... .uijiiii uuuii-sztu u uuu meet
ing here tonight on the bank deposit guaranty feature of the Democratic
SYDNEY. Auihulin Autr 97
, ...., ,. -...
Fleet were taken aboard the Yanktot
m if.f s ii
CALIFORNIA'S STATE CONVENTION
OAKLAND, Calif.. Aug. 27. T .e Republican State Convention will
open here tomorrow afternoon.
METCALF RETURNS TO WORK
OAKLAND. Calif, Alllr 97 ZrrM,y-u Wotolf l.fl 1.:. 1 i
today for Washington.
EX-SENATOR VILAS DEAD
WATITSflV Wil Ann. 07 T,.u.l.. V!U. J!.l I ii. ,,
, r.ii ' i ."' ' "-;""" """ uicu uerc louny. no
has not fully recovered from an aposlectio phock of two months atro
WILLEMSTAD. Curarno D W
""VWtAliilluaU AUW UCCU 1CU1UVCU.
Japanese Have Many
Children At Schoo
Children in Public and Private Schools:
IKc. Dec. Juuo
! 1907. iaO!.
Hawaiian 4,'i77 4,Dfi8 4,573
l'lirt-Hawallan 2.G2I 35m 3 5g
American r.O!. at; 'a.lo
Ilrltli.il t 212 220 "19
Oorman 320 295 -ms
Portuguese ,1,S09 4,517 4,537
Scandinavians , 1 1 1 si 50,
Japanese 1,312 5.0J5 5,513
Chltieso 1.28U 2.548 2,5!ifi
Porto Rlcans acs 353
Korean ,,, 210 221
Other Foreigners C52 037
Total 15,537 23.0S7 23,413
That tho Japancso at 0 far and away 11 laiger increase than cpect
in the lead In point ot niimbeis lieio cd.
Is generally known, but tha figures Somn llttlo tlmo ago stntisttrs from
that hae been compiled of 1 ito by tho tho Hoard of Health wero published
arloii8 Territorial departments show (Continued on Page 4)
1051 Fort Street.
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The examination of jurors for
completed. Eerytliinj; will be
IhIiVvaH flint M,-.t-..n t.ti,,.oI.: ...:n i.
- ...w.ww ...... .-...,., ,u muubiiAi .1111 uv
nt place of Baron Komura. who be-
Tiflv ilnl.n v,, . A.-..:
..j Buh.v.a ..wilt uic iUUCUUUl
I Ano- 97 ti. -i
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