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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIOAY. AUGUST 28. 1908-8 PAGES
HARBOR PLANS HAVE BEEN APPROVED
MuiH Liupri c li.ih been epres.icd
by liotli Hnp-ihileiiis mill lleiiiiicraU
:it the fiu-t t li.it Ulieriff 1-iiilviM linn
I mi fur anil linn hi en elected a .dele
gate In tin Demo-rat '. County Con
vention fioiu (lie I'iiimIIi I'riM Inet of
the l'niiiin DUrftt.
Tlir Sin rill !i.u. been pluming him
self otieclliigl) on tin1 alleged fart
lli.it In) liai. I.p'il the Pnlleo Dep.ut
iiitnl out til pollll -h, mill I In; fail tlial
Iio Inn U'-.i:'1 1 orders preventing all
niiplii303 of I iin JJepaitinonl fmiii be
ing delci;.iti"i to any tonventlo'i hai
I mil made nun li of h? Ill i ndinliers.
"Vmi liavo been clccloil n delpgato
to tilt) convention, anil rmiildcriililo
.iiltlcliin Iisim horn innilo of HiIh,"
LIllll n ippn ler to the Sheriff tlllH
"I ilon't rail'," answered Hie Shrr
IIT. "Tliey rii n i rltli'lzu inul ho il
."Hut Is jour nit lull not a hit In
(iiikl?tcnt' In view uf jnr oidem
that Hi" eniplovoi of tlio department
iniial Keep out c.f polities?" 4
"No; ll.o dltTprencn In that they
i riv-appointive nnil I am rii elective!
ollleor. That In nil there Is to It,"
answered tin! Slicilll.
'Tlio tllliutluii was Blr.cil tip hint
PVt'tiltiK hy a I Iltici iilrin Democrat in
tiio wordi: "Ciiitls must ho lncnnslst
cut to ha ((insistent. He hnti always
nd Kisses Basis
Kihslug In the Hnwallmi Hotel
KKiumls, UIbhIiik In Hniimi Square,
mid iiioio lihisliiK In Kaplolaul I'ark,
mik-'iiIpm of hlhuloim attorneyB, and
Hip manifold adveutmrx of mi old
HiiRllkli revolver were the details of
a melodiaui.itlc tale which wan un
folded In the I'dllro Court thin foie
iHMiu nt tho lip.iriiiK of thu eii8o of
Attouipy I.eou M. StraiihK, who was
allPKrd to have tilpd lo thrpnten .Ju
lia DlPtrleliK, u pretty hello plrl, Into
iii.ii rlaKo nftpi' mi aetiualntmiea of
only a few lmiua.
At tho still t 1'ioi.ecutor Iliown nol
le pioHsd. tho orli;liial eharRo iiRiitiiRt
SlnniK.i nf assault mid hattcry, anil
eiitetptl a ehai'ge of assault 'with n
weapon Iiihtead Tho defeiiBO was
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
liges shirt is really th most dressy garment a man wears
during business hours, k t.
Our CLUETT, STAR, and WILSON BROS, negligee
shirts affoid you a variety that cannot be equaled elsewhere
in the city. As we carry all three lines, we are enabled to
oner you exclusive patterns.
Vmi ni-nhalilv are nlrendv
skin anything else in the shirt line.
Wc liavc a new line of E & W Soft Shirts.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Po tical Rule
MAY BE C -D
ho'ti Inninnli.t-'iil." Anil that pinli
ilil) iilrcs up Hip iiituatlon.
In thu D.'nioialli! prvclni'l i-luht
tho elections of delegates to Hip Tor
illorl.il ami County ((inventions loolc
pi ipo without any tiouhlp even
though In ioiiip nf them thciu weio
nintiv iiioip piiiulliliitoi than there
were ofllces to hu II I led. Tho elec
tions In the town piccincts icsullrd
Tlr-t cf the Tourth.
Tcrrll'irlnl l)i'l";ilis l-M. Ingham.
.1. Kl'.eiliri I). !l. Ki'linuaiiioku niil
II. C. Villi.
Comity Delegates V. K. Piihui .1
Klaalu.i. I'M. IiikIi.iiii, I). II Ktth.in !
ninkii. II. C. VMi, M. K. Kali i. Pntilo
Keo, ()!;nii, .1. W. lo-ta. Homm Iwlul.i.
Second of the Tourth.
Teiilloi'iil-.v Khv.'iiIIku. .IiiIIih
Auh. 1''. Tunlll II. A. Jui'ii .iii.I M. II.
Coii'ily JJ. (J. K. IIoi.IIim, M. II.
Sanders, A. Kawilhna II. A. JiU'ii. I.
Tti.'rlll. I.. A. C. j'nrlih. I. ' Ail-lcr-ton
Henry tlr-'l. Krppsl IVM. I). I'
l'.n'3liri, Julius Ascli nnil Kali K'ial
Hue ThlrrJ of the Fourth.
Territorial- II. C. Itowo, ChulP'i I..
I'hodi"' CJinrlcH II. Carter, T. It. I.iirvi
ami I'. II. Hurni'ite: . , '"
County U. C. Howe, Clu'tle I,.
RIiinIi'H, Clmrlt'H II. Cnrli r.T. I!. I.m.v
I. II Jluiuntlo. Chillies Glrdlor. John
Marhliam, 0 W. I.lnr'iln. 1!. V. I'od.
moro nnil M, It. Iliunniam.
(Continued on Page 2)
canductcd hy C. V, ClilllliiKWoi th,
who did vvcll, (omliiR very eloto to
fiottltiK IiIh ellont off nltoRother.
Tho fnir Julia was tlio flrtit witness
called, nnil her talo w.ih n romantic
one. She stated that, sho had first
met Strauss last Monday afternoon,
when ho cnino to lier homo In order
to exmnlno lier and her mother, who
were both to ho witnesses In the Wiit
ron illvorco case, In which Strauss ap
pears ns an attorney. Strauss had
wanted to subpoena her when sho
left her work that cvcnlnc. and sho
had agreed to meet him for tho pur
pose at tho Y. M. C. A. corner.
.Ittlla showed up on time, and then
sho said Strauss produced n revolver,
(Continued on Page 3)
aware that the nhnve lines m
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 28. -Assistant Secretary of the Navy
TiT.cman H. Newberry lias approved the plans for drcdclh); the channel
at Pearl Harbor, and for the locatio t of the dry dock.
The contract for the work, to b: (riven out" 'December 1, will make
some changes from the oticinal scheme. The contractors will probably
be oiled on to bid for dredging th: entire channel to a depth of 35
feet nr.d n width of 200 yards.
c m i
Fleet Coming Along
SAN TRAHCISCO, Calif., Aug. 2 '. Wireleis telegrams from Admir
al Swinburne's Fleet report the weather perfect and good progress Be
II. S. GRANT
OAKLAND, Calif.. Aug. 28. U. S...Grant heads the Republican Pres
idential electors for California nam el at today's' State convention.
m i il
FIFTY-TWO WENT DOWN i
. TOKIO, Japan, Aug. 28. The British steamer D'tUirn has founder
ed in a typhoon. Fifty-one people w;re lost And only two saved.
ENGLEBRIGHT, Calif,, Aug. 28 .Congressman McKinlay was re
nominated by the Republicans today.
Thwing's G rave Charges
"Mr. Breekons has tried to shut
out small rice-growers by offering
more money for their lands, Blank,
Blank, of Blank Co., was paying $25
per acre for rent of certain rice
lands. Mr. Breekons has offered $35
per acre to set control of these lands
Tho nhovu Is ouo of thn monstrous
chaws nKaiimt Hubert W. flrcckons,
United States District Attorney,
hi ought by tho Itov. E. V. Timing.
And It Is generally unilci stood Hint
the lemnltidcr.nt tho churccs, which
till n largo-sized book, aro of tho same,
childish nature, ThvvliiK, when Intel
viewed this mornliiK. Intimated that
the charges wero exceedingly seiious,
and stated that definite charges weio
preferred. Ho would not stutu what
any of them wuru, except to say tlio
following In tlio interview,.
"In my work among tho Chlncso and
Japanese, I ran across ho many tilings
that convinced mo of tho crookedness
in his olllco that I felt It my duty lo
bring tho charges."
When naked what dcflnlto charges
wero iniiilo. mid expressly If bribery
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., pnvately.
Only $5 a Year
023 FORT ST.. Honolulu
.was one of the charges, Thwlng said:
"Bribery niny not bo a dcflnlto
, charge, but what may lead to It Is. In
view of tho things stated to ho known
hy Mr. llreckons In still morning's
paper, I still am of the belief that
someone In the Governor's olflco must
have leaked. The four names of
thoso supposedly backing this move
ment could havo been known in no
(Continued on Page 2)
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. An p. 28.
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tation, o.ao cents.
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If you haven't lunched at the
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is worth more than the boy's.
Let us deliver your messages.
"I Am Very
Government By Commission"
Governor Walter l- Pi car this
morning put himself on record as
opposed to a Government by Commis
sion In these Islands. In an Inter
view given a II u I I o 1 1 n reporter
this mfirnlng lie also said that ho
did not bcllcvo that tlio Schrocdcr
Hoard mnde any recommendations
tudi ns havo been alleged In their
report to Washington. Tho Chief
Kxecutlvo spoke as follows:
"I don't think that the Hoard made
any recommendation of that naturo
on this subject.
'I should be very much opposed to
Government by Commission, for I do
not think that il would be best for
the is'tinds from n business stand
point, and It ccitnlnly would not bo
lie i;L In the long run.
This is a lirgc Territory, enpn-
blo Of glowing nnd forming a great
cnaimnnwealtli. It would bo un
doubtedly best for the proper develop
ment nf It Hint the government gu
on ns It now Is. The people of theso
Itlands should bo capable of self-gov
ernment although It Is admitted
that tliey may not use tho governing
power In tho best way at first. This
will come by experience.
"I don't think that wc of the Tcr-
iltory of Hawaii have any thing to
be ashamed nt since tho Territorial
Government was first "orgtuSIZeH. -and
I, don t think that (ho, United States
has a n thing to be ashamed of in the
legislation of these Islands.
'I do not sco how government by
commission would help matters ma
terially In no far as tho presenco of
alien races hero Is concerned; and so
far as voting Is concerned, it will bo
n long time before there, will ho
enough of tho class of voters from'
Which It ls nllegcd thcro might bo
danger hero to cause any, anxiety.
Long beforersnch time could possibly
come, thero would probably bo no oc
casion for the alleged fears.
"Tho tendency of lato haB been lo
talk statehonl for Hawaii Instead of
government by a commlstlnu."
LATE T. H. DAVIES
Parish. House and Lots
Given To P. E.
T. Cllve Davcs and George F. Da
vies have deed the lots, parish house,
and other buildings fronting on Em
ma street and Emma Square to tho
Protestant Episcopal Church, to be
known as tho "Thcophllus Ilurrls Da
vics Memorial." Tho property con
tains a total of 2263 square feet.
Tlio only considerations aro tho
covenant 'and Declaration of Trust,
appended to the document, and
which specify that tho church shall
maintain the buildings and premises
as a memorial to the lato T. H. Da
vlcs. They are to use tlio buildings
only as tho parish home, nnd the
main hall Is to bo called "Memorial
Hall," and contain n bas-relief ot
S.S. LURLINE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
Much Opposed To
pppppppppppnppppppF v "Hl
KAHUKu HEARS FLEET
Expert Isbcll, listening nt thn
new rerial at Kahukii Point last
night between I): 15 and SMK
o'clock, heard tho "UX," which
Is the rode signal for tho West
Virginia, calling "TU" (Tnblo
llluff, California,) at intervals,
nnd heard tho flagship say,
"Can )nu tnKo two messages for
This Is the first that has
been heard of tho Fleet bore, by
any ot the stations.
T. II. Dnvlcs, him in whose memory
tho place is dedicated. It Is also
stipulated that Insurance In tho sum
ot SIB, 000 shall bo kept on the build
Senator Hddlo Wolfe, railroad
mouthpiece, Is on recoul an thu foo uf
tho California direct primary law.
Miss Ida Illtclieock of San Itaf.iel.
daughter of Eplscopallifu minister,
Joins llomaii Catholic, church,
Descendant of man who saved King
Charles II Is being sought to receive
pension granted ancestor.
1051 Fort Street.
jW. F. FREAR
TO SEE SETTLEMENT
Dr. Heiser Here Making
Study of Methods
Dr. Victor O llelecr, nicillr.il direct
or of the Philippines, Is hern for thu
purpnso of seeing tho leper settlement
on Moloknl, studying roudltlons there,
with a view, it Is believed, of lm
pi (ivlug tho settlement In tho Phil
ippines. Ho arrived on the Mongolia
this morning, and was Immediately
taken In tow by tho members ot tho
medical staff he'-o.
Dr. Ilcleer goes no further than this
place, having maiKi his trip hero def
initely. A tilp to tho settlement will
piobably bo made In the course of tho
next few di)s.
Ho mi ami Cliaplu mo photographed
In ono picture on steps of Nubrnskan's
Tho luonty fomth gnitid council ot
the Young Men's Institute will open
on August Hi at Sacramento.
Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character i3
mdged by your personal nppcarancc?
Don't clothe your todv well and neg
lect your feet; you may. lose out by
wearing shabby shoes.
IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S
was never so complete and up-to-date
as now. We have embodied in our
shoes nearly every leather known.
When passing by, stop and look
at the Leather Window Display,
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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