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VOL. X. NO. 4092
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. AUGUST 29. 1908-14 PAGES
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KAHAUIKI CONTRACT GOES to CALIFORNIA
DEMOCRATIC SLATE is NEARLY COMPLETE
CHARGE OF LEAH
Honolulu. T It.,
Aim. until, urns.
1 111 inly believe dial tint
knovvleilm- nf every olio oC
llio.it twent names. uttaUicd
to tliu mpoi- piescntcd to the
Couiiiiir, miild not li:io
leached Mi. Ilitcknns CXLCpl
rioin tliu Cloves inn 'h olllro.
Whether Mr. Hiockonu now
line. Hint Infei matfon or not,
does not wipe Lilly concern met
I was Informed tluit lie liml e
riiicil It If lie do. h not have
tli In Iiifot milt Inn the rumor of
a "lo.ik" in tlio (Juvoinor's of
llen Ih certainly unfounded I
illil not Unit tliu rumor, ilut
II l u cjuos! Hon Hint concerns
tliu (ioveinor'a own utnff. The
Secretin-, lion. Mott-Sniltli,
t old nit' ostcid.iy that lie liml
not iiKki'it Mr - llieckous If he
Know thou twenty niiinei. I
Raw Mr. I.lghtfont this morn
ing, nml hi! said ngnln that
Mr. Urcckons did nay to lilm
that he (llreekons) Knew that
there were twenty names, anil
Knew who they weie. It may
lie tine or not Unit Mr. llri!.l
cniH Knows tlici-ii twenty mimes.
i:. w. TiiwiNti.
It ler.lH entliely with Mr.
HiecKoiiH to clear up the nt
niospheic, hy stating the
method by which and tlio pcr
nin thiough whom hn becuicd
llin nuiucs o. ilio twenty per
hoiik who signed the lcqucst
addicted to the (lovernor. Hint
is lr he Iiiih the ahovu infor
m.i t loll.
i:. V. THWINtl.
Commission to Help Farmers
"(loveinnieut hy Commission
would lie Injurious to every
liiislni'bH Intoiost of the ootin
tiy; ould unsettle our labor
piohlcm; hamper tiade; ami
subject us to many un necessary
"I do not think that It will
"For a pel foil of sixty enrH
this him boon u self-governing
state, mid Its government,
nioio p.u tteul.uly for tliu past
fifteen jeais, will compare fn
oiuhly tvlth that of any state
or lit on the mainland.
"The most expensive. 'tlov-eriU'd-hy-C'oiniiilsslon'
the United States Is the DIs
1 1 let of Columbia, nncl the
CommUsloners of that District
hnve Hie utmost dlfllculty In
obtaining fiom Congiess need
ed legislation foi tho illsti let
under their inro."
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 29. Admiral Hollyday, Chief of the
Bureau of Yards and Docks, will visit Peail Harbor in connection with
the Navy Yard construction work for which contracts will be let in December.
PROGRESS OF PACIFIC FLEET
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 29. The Pacific Fleet under Admiral
Swinburne was 800 miles out from part at noon Friday.
SPERRY CALLS ON GOVERNOR
KZWXO-H v TWB VDRL.D'4 "STOW.
OI3TI.Il DAY, I.. 1., Aug. 1C. -As"ertliiR Ills belief Unit tho Increase of the well beliiB of tho Amcilcnn
fanner has not Kept pace with that o' the countiv as a whole. Piesldcnt Itooscclt has iciiucsted five oxpeits
to seivc us n Coiiimisslon on Country Life and conduct an Investigation aimed at bringing uhnut substantial
betterment of tho social, sanitary, mid etoi'omlc inndltiuiiH on American farms. He has nuked that this com
mission seek u solution of tho piolilem ra to liiw farm life can V made less solitary, more lepleto with op
jiortuuity, fleer fiom diudgciy, moi a conifoi table, and more attractive. Tho President makes direct reference
to sanitary and economic conditions prevailing purttculaily on tho smaller fauns of t''o South. No nunc Im
portant pioblcm, ho holds, confronts the American people today. The report of the commission, with nny
additional recommendations tho Picsldunt himself ma) deslie to make, will form the basis of a message which
Mr Iloosovclt will send to Congress, probably next car Tho men Invited to servo as membcis of the Investi
gating commission nro Professor I.. II. Ilalley of the N'ew York State Collego of Agricultmc, Henry Wallace
of Wallace's Paini. Dos Moines, Iowa, Ken j on I,. Hutteilicld, president of tho Mass'ichusctts Agilcultuial Col
lege, (llfford Plnchot of the United States Forostiy Service, and Walter II Page, editor of Tho World's Woik.
United States Dlstiict At
torney llrecKons was this
morning trying to trace up the
"mm lous cliniges" that lmvo
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The above are the lews on
Commission (loveinnieut hold
by Geoige W. Smith who, us
Piesldout of tin Merchants'
Association for n long period
of yearn, is qualified to speak
for the business community,
while his position ns tho Chair
man of tho first Hoard of Su
pervisors of Oahu adds weight
to his views on matters of
Fort Contracts Let
Lucas Ilrolliers this afternoon leeched advices to tho effect that tho
rnutincts for tlio new woik at Kahaulkl had all been aw aided to Sun 1'ian
rlsco firms, tho names and niuounts blug as follows:
I'llnglu, Dunn S. Mohcilp $129,740
lluinhani Plumbing Co S 13,3115
I. N. n.iclmian S.. 3,092
Jas. P. Morgan has appointed J. I.. Ceo. Jluknlena has announced hlni-
McLean and A; V. Clark us meinbeis belt as n candldato for tho nomination
of tliu fleet committee, on transportn- for Ilcproscntatlvo fiom tho Fourth
Hon, of which hu Is tlio chairman. District on tho Republican ticket.
II. Aimltage, tho bioker, accom- Attorney Call Smith of Illlo canto
panlcd by Mrs. Armltago, leturned to- down again today. Ho arrived In tho
day from a pleaMlro tilp to Illlo. Mauna Koa with Mrs. Smith.
Ripple In Squabbling
Of Fourth .
- warn ALIATE
Believes He Has Redress
Coming On Vag.
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
ligee shirt is really the most dressy garment a man wears
during business hours. ),. j.
'Our CLUETT, STAR, and WILSON BROS, negligee
shirts afford you a variety that cannot be equaled elsewhere
in the city. As we carry all three lines, we are enabled to
offer you exclusive patterns.
You probably arc already aware that the above lines
skin anything else in the shirt line.
We have a new line of E & W Soft Shirts.
Although In many precincts tho
number of nominations far exceeded
that allotted to tho Individual pre
cincts tliu nomination nice tines held
by tho' Republican precinct clubs for Uou for .alf0 arresti
inn jiuiiiiiimiuii ui uuuiKmet iu mu
Tenltorlnl and County conventions
inn off smoothly in most Instances, mid
in no place did tho excitement go nny
further than wordy combats.
In tlio Second of tile Pour tli tlio com
mittee chosen to name a ticket submit
ter n icp'ort, which was generally sat
isfactory) Ed Towbo, however, sug
gested thai tho cause of harmony
mlslit ho uselsted if tlio nnmeu of Hut
tandcau and Calhcart wcro cut fiom
tills ticket, but there was nothing do
ing. Dining his harangue tho clock
struck 8, and Chairman niiffandeau
declared that nominations had closed
according to tho rules. Tho nomina
tion of Iluwllns In addition to those
named on the commltteo cioated somo
mild excitement, but wns finally In
cluded with the rest.
In tho lest of tho precincts of tho
Fourth tho meetings wcro quiet.
Tho 'fighting Seventh" of tho Fifth
District had a rather quiet meeting
nt tho resilience of Solomon Mnhelona.
There wcro three tickets put up but
Maholona'a ticket succeeded In get
ting tliu nomination.
nil Crawford picscntcd n tlckot
fiom which II. L. Alapnl, a stable lima
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Has No Chance
1 'of petting into our safe deposit vault,
i Neither lias Are. 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.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
iimi .rlil-Mi lyinHli ItfimHi rltti .ifiAld tinAiMfttiLgl
Only, $5 a Year
023 FORT ST., Honolulu
Hugh llurroughs, tho young Vir
ginian and sou of a prominent Jur
ist, recently convicted here of vag-
inncy. Is contemplating bringing ac-
IIo was recent
ly ni rested hy Fred. Iaukea of tho
Sheriff's oltkc, and was given u ten
da j 8" floater In the Police Court,
However, the mutter did not go Just
ns was expected. W. I.. Castle of
the law firm of Castle & Wlthtngton
was asked to sign a complaint for tho
vagrancy charge, but refused. Ilui
loughs was under tho Impression last
evening that, having been tried with
out n complaint having been lodged,
ho was entitled to take up the matter
mid get some sort of satisfaction,
"I saw Judgo Andrnde today," ho
stated jcsteiday, "and lib told mo
that I might stay In this town n
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Printing and Developing
Our expert saveys the art of print
ing and developing films and plates.
Let us demonstrate how well we can
Drug Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT.
Our Candies, and our Pastry too,
Are of the best, and ever new;
Our Fact'ry DAILY sends supplies,
And that's wherein the secret lies.
Alexander Young Cafe,
COR. BISHOP AND HOTEL STS.
is worth more than the boy's.
Let us deliver your messages.
MELBOURNE, Australia, Aug. 23. Admiral Sperry of the Atlantic
Fleet nnd the Governor exchanged calls today.
1 I H I .
France May Assist
PARIS, France, Aug. 29. The French Government is considering
the request of the Netherlands that it co-operate in dealing with Venezuela.
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NEWPORT, R. I Aug. 29. W. A. Lamed today defeated Bcalcs C.
Wright and thus retained the tenuis championship of America. Wright
wtu me ioim cutunpion.
Returns From Visit
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works C. II. Klucgal returned this
moinlng from his trip to Maul, whoro
ho has been studying the water fam
ine bltuatlon with n vlcw-townrds plan
ning "t somo bort of a turned' for
It. Tho Kula district, from which
such a piteous wail emanated somo
time ago, wns given tho greater part
of his attention nnd time, of course,
for It Is thoro that tho suffering from
tho lack of water is so acute,
No relief has come to this afflicted
bcctlon ns jet, although water ban
fallen within a few miles, and It,
seems as it tlio people on the Kiua
r.tngo win nuve to wuii. ior me uouu
or south winds, which bring tho rain
to that section. These are not expect
ed for a month, at tho very latest yet,
and In tho meantime, the poor people
are hauling their water from distances
of from three to five miles. , Jft
"This can bo helped, of course."
said Klucgcl this morning In his of
flee," hut It will havo to bo the Gov
ernment that does the work, as these
people aro mostly too poor to attempt
nny such soit of nn undertaking. A
plpe-liun can ho put thoro, and the
only question at present is as to the
slzo of tho plpu that would bo put
there. Hovvover, I havo not mado my
report to Mr. Campbell vet, and I
havo not yet gotten his Ideas On these,
mutters. Tho Kula district Is about
3000 or 4000 feet above seu-lovel, and
It Is hard to got water for this level,
but, at tho samo time, It can bo done.
The cano lands nro all on u somewhat
3-"For Rent" cards on ! it
S.S. LURLINE, lepf 1st
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES.
Island Fruit Co
KEENE'S HORSE WON
SHF.PPSHF.AD BAY, Aug. 29. The Futurity race was won here to
day by Thos. R. Keene's Maskette. Sir Martin was second and Helmen
third. Time, 1:111-5-
m i i m
JAPANESE BANK CLOSED ,
SAN FPANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 23. The State Bank Commissioners
have closed the Imperial Japanese Bank.
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ROBBERS GET $12,000. IN MONTREAL
MONTREAL, Canada, Aue. 29. Five masked men dynamited the
Bank Stastache today and escaped with $12,000. in coin.
Delegate to Congress
L. L. M'CANDLKSS
C. J. WALLER
II. T. MOORB
J. K. PAELK
Representatives, Fourth District
W. W. THAYER
VM. P. JARRETT
J. C. ANDERSON
!.. M. WATSON
P. R. HARVEY, M. E. S1LVA.
C. J. CAMP11ELL, ALLAN IIER-
m.Ki, u. j. v ilia, anil f,k
W. II. McCI.ELLAN.
It. H. TRENT
The above is a tentative ticket
which will he discussed at a meeting
which Is to he held by the Democrat
ic Ceutnil nnd County Committees)
this afternoon, together with tho
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72 S. KING.
J. Hopp & Co..
185 S. KING STREET.
Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
nidged by your personal appearance T
Don't clothe jour body well and neg
lect your feet; you may lose out by
wearing lmbby shoes.
IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S
was never so complete and up-to-date
os now. We have embodied in our
shoes nearly every leather known.
When passing by, stop and look
at the Leather Window Display.
Manufactures Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street, Telephone 282.
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