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VOL. X. NO. 4094
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I. 1908-8 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
ICATION WITH FLEET
KUHIO IS CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION
1 1 1 1 1 EB Jl 1 l fll
FLOODS AND STORMThwing's
HOLD UP TRAFFIC Letters
VINNIPEO, Manitoba, Sept. 1. The railroads centering at this
(it nio fleoded by the heavy storms.
Eirl Grey, Governor General o' Canada, and thousands of passen
gers nic storm-bound.
NEATH, Wales. Sept. 1. The rritish bark Amazon has been
wrecked at Port Talbot. Twenty-seven of her people were drowned.
ENGLISH CHANNEL STORM
PORTSMOUTH. England, Sept. 1. A heavy storm picvails in the
English clur.incl; ' The stez.'ucr Vcraican is ashore.
EXPOSITION IN 1917
Itnv t." V Tim lni dim Imu Oln.l
chnigps nsalnrt United Slates District
Alliitnnv IlirrUntiR liriitinlit llm firltr.
MllIlM (if HlP following IftttTH llllll tllU
i. it 1 1 (! 1 1 ii olllco tlilrt morning:
cot. rctiuard w. iiiwiiir, i loitonint,
Ileal- Hlrl I nut ihth' In ipppint nf
fill, l,-llfl lit 111., fill. Itlrl ultll oil.
closed ropy of coiiini uiilca t loll (o tho
I'le-ddent. toil nuiy no assured that
llm matter will leeelvp tuv painful
C!IAUI.i:S J. llONAI'AUTi:.
, TOKIO. Japan. Sent. 1. It has been officially announced that the
dale for holding the Exposition hai been set for 1017.
MAINE AND ALABAMA
ADEN. Suez Canal. Sept. 1.
Alabama tailed today for Suez.
-Tec American battleships Maine nnd
ARKELL HAD ALIASES
OAKLAND, Calif.. Sent. 1. Gustav Arkcll. who is charircd with
the murder of Mrs. Donahue, toda7 admitted that he has used several
aliases and committed ether crimes.
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SPANISH WAR VETERANS
BOSTON, M".s., Sept. 1. The annual encampment of the Spanish
American War Veterans opened here today.
DEFEATED GOVERNMENT TROOPS
TABRIZ, .Persia. Sept. 1.
trcops with a loss of 800.
-Sator Kahn defeated the Government
HAS GOOD PLANS
Arranges Dances and
Garden Party For
Tho I'ncllle Heel F.xecutho Com
mit.! hold a i-liorl and liuslurailika
nu'f IIiik tlil afternoon, nt which tliu
flni'l aii.iiigcnienlH Tor the cntortnln-
IIIPIIl Of till) I'llVl WiMO lllhCllhKCll.
Tim luipptlon or tlm Klcet H still mi
liiiji'ilnllo niattoi', owiitK to tliu futt
lliiil It Ih not Known wlictlior u
itii.tiupr will lo itviilt'ilitu, lint tho
l.idln.i Inno in.ituii;pd to get Into ran
Hon Fi'vrrul exrppnt pioJtrlH for tho
riilpil.iliiiupiit for tho (jlllccra and
I lie iiipii.
Vim Vnll.PiihprK rpporteil for tliu
Knciii-kIihi Coniinltlco that It depend
ed on tho Adinli.il whether tliu en
tertainment would ho glvpn durll ;
I lit Hint or tliu bccoud stay of "10
Smith utatcil that tlm I.adleH' Com
mittee. li.nl met anil had decided to
luue a garden party, tliu dato of
which had nut iih ct Iipcii net. n
Hiihscilptlon hall, and u hall for tliu
iiillnrn. KnfipshmctitH for tliu latter
had hccii offpicil at ten cents n ho. id
and tlm expense of thin, about J100,
nili?hl ho p.ild by tho I'ixeeutlvu Coiu
nilllcu. Tliu latllPH had phospn n HhI of
inn hidleH, each of whom wiih to
ihooso two othpiK, all of whom weiq
to luntilhiitu icfiPshmciilH for tho
Kaiilrn party, which would thus enst
Mm, Dr. IlnuiphiiH anil Mih. A. (1.
Ilawus Jr. had been added to tho
Smith lepoitpil that l'lesldont
Kennedy nf tlio lntcr-lHland Com
pany waa out of town, anil coiifco-
Is your hoy leady for school? He will probably need
a new suit to look neat nnd trim for the beginning of the
Ei in;; him here nnd have him try on some of the
handsome, boys' suiU just unpacked.
We have the most natty styles for children' to be seen
In Honolulu. We've RJt the Roods j you've got the boy
let's get together.
Hear Rlr: I Iiiivp your Ipttpr of
AiiKiisl .'Hi with llm I'liclosiiiii regard-
IliS Mr. It. W. IlrprHoiiH,-United BtatiM
lilKtrlrl Attorney. Upon tho ictitrn
of tho Attorney (Iciicral, I will confer
with lilm icKiirdliiR this matter.
Wry 1 1 uly yniirn,
JAMICS UUDOI.I'II nAltKIICI.il.
Mr. ThuliiK null) ho did not think It
proper for him to rIvo out a ropy of
his pliaws asahiHt llrcckona. He
KiirilljiK llm iiIIckpiI louk of twenty
naniPH from tlm (lovornor'n otncp, Mr.
TIiwIiir Htatcd Mini ho mild there waa
a leak provided Ilrcckotm h la the
iiamcH, hut he hnH not yet.lieen an-
Killed mat nrpcHoiiH iihh iiiPiii inieH.
HOW WILL SUPPLIES
Word Of Paymaster Is
Awaited By Local
Tho matter of tho delivery of iiv
piles contracted for to tho 1'aclflr
Fleet will not suffer throiisn any
chances of pchedulo. All Roods eon
tractpil for are to ho delivered on de
mand. In wltolo or In part, iliirlnn eith
er tho first or tho second HHy of tlm
r.iclflo Heel hero.
OwIiik to tho unrprt-ilnty as to what
Imniedlatu needu tho slitpH would
have, tho contracts weio all mido in
It will ho up lo tho licet paymaster,
nnd until hn nrrives tho amount of
piovisloulnR to ho done hero this
mouth will not ho definitely known to
tho men who hiivo contracted to deliv
er mnuy thousands of dollars worth
of supplies on short notice.
fluently no ileflnlto plans for a ro
loptlon had been made. However. It
had been stated that tho llnlcno
mlb'ht arrive tomorrow. In which
caso an excursion In her to meet tho
Fleet would ho advertised. Captain
Itcrficr was Instructed to have, tho
hand on tho steamer, If sho went out,
and, If not, on tho Naval wharf.
Col, Jones reported for tho Com
mittee on Decorations that most of
tho buntliiK was up, and tho Hawaii
an Klcctrle. Company had agreed to
furnish till tho power necessary for
The meeting adjourned subject lo
tho cull of tho Chair.
Prince That Fund
l'rliieo Kuhlo Kiil.iuhinaolu this af
ternoon authorized tliu Hullo tin to
announce 'puhllcly thai be is n can
didate for PclcBJtc to CotiRti'BH on
the Itcpuhllcan ticket
I am now read) lo announce that
I will nm lis n oiiii'lhlntp for DelcRllo
to Consrenii," Fiild 1'iliico Kuhlo In
lay. "I will run on tho Hopublican
tlel.-pl and epcct to net iho support
of the pirly.'
Since his return ho has hecn ery
nuht. Up made no announcement at
the time that ho would nm fur tho po-
rlllon. Ilo says Unit hit will not In
any vay take pail In the Tcriltnrlal
or County polities, piefeirlnR to Keep
cut of l( entirely.
A fund of slxly-onp dollars was
sent to tho 1 tut let In office this fore
noon, It belnr; tho contribution nf
tho Employes of tho Honolulu Cus
tom House, force toward the pur
chase of a movlnc-plcturo machine
and equipment for tho people nf tho
This Is a splendid addition to tho
fund that has grown so steadily, and
now makes tho total from all
sources thus fnr reported $603. fiO.
Upturns nro not all in from tho
Saturday evcnliiR concert, hut IU,ls
believed that there should ho suffi
cient to make up tho necessary $700.
which Superintendent McVcIrIi
states will he needed.
Fleet May Be Late;
SCHOENING'S ECCENTRIC LEI.
Tomorinw Is the hlrthtlny of Her
Majesty Queen l.tlluokulanl. Sho will
a. 70 years of ape. In tho forenoon
Her Majesty will rcclvo tho callers
at hen home, Washington Place, on
lleretanla street, and In tho after
noon a luaii will ho given at her
One of tho events of her hlrtliday
will he that sho will rldn out' to
Walklkl In her stato carriage, ao
rompanlcd hv John D. Almoku and
Joseph Aca of tho Cnuntv Clerk's of
fice. Sho le.-nes promptly at 12
o'clock and will proceed on llere
tanla on Fort and to Walklkl on
In recognition of her gracious
nets toward I-alialnaltes, tho Queen
will ho piesenteil with a beautifully
engraved silver cup by them. O. (J.
Seong, a prominent merchant of La-
haina, who arrived In tho Maunn
Kca, will .make tho' presentation In
behalf of tho l.ahalim people
Tho luuu to ho given nt the
Queen's Walklkl rcsldenco Is strictly
The Kash Co Ltd.,
Corner Fort andfriotel Streets
has resumed business
aftel a week's vaca
tion. If you wish to buy
or sell stocks or bonds
wc shall be pleased to
handle your order.
923 FORT ST., Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Sent. 1.
NTTfiAH. !lR.rtiimf Ontrifiicrala
3.87 cents or $77.40 per ton. Prev
mini nuntarinn. :i nil cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 6d. Par
ity, 3.99 cents. Previous quotation,
OS. O JL-30..
Served Cold at Soda Fountain of.
Drug Co., Ltd.
KINO AND FORT.
Comp SclioenliiR the popular chauf
feur for Mr. Cuttle mid tho von linmin
Young Co , left till morning on tho
l.nrllne. Ilo was crowned with a "lei"
made of a hlown-itp tiro and Inter
twined with carnations nnd miille. It
wns one nf iho prettiest and most ec
centric lcls that !M:r wns given in Ho
nolulu. "Hob" Ullts nnd hln fellow
workmen nt the Young DarnRo made
FROM USING WATER
Lightning and much overcharge of
electricity In tho nlr has cut (iff
wireless communication with Iho
Fleet, and until this Is re-established,
or news arrives by tho actual
coming 'of the Fleet .Itself or of tho
llllonlan In advance of tho. warships,
It seems as If cterjunp must ho in
the dark. Neither at Knhiikii nnr at
ho Naval Station last evening could
anything ho dune with tho wireless
apparatus. Consequently, even tho
time of the nrriral of the ships is
Tho collier Justin came In this
morning, reporting some rough wei-'
thor, which Is in somo way account
able for tho slow trip which sho
made from Ban Franclsro, being out
1.1 days, Tho Saturn nrrlved ei
tcrday, after an uneventful If not n
I Tho cruisers were lowing tho do
rtio)crs when last seen. It they me
J keeping at this; nnd tho water Is
nugh, It Is probable that they nro
not making famous time. In fuel,
the Manchuria, which arrived ch
tcrday after 'passing-- tho wruisers
iWedncBday evening, reports that
they were making poor time the.i.
Taking all this into consideration,
it h not at all certain that tho Fleet
win oe ncre on time, origin nnu
lao Valley Water
Right Fight To
Tho old fls'-it between tho Walluku
Sugar Co. and Iho Territory about the
waters from lao valley, whorn aro be
ing used to supply tho towns of Wal
luku and Kahulul, has coma to a head
by tho service of on Injunction on Sup
erintendent of Public Works Marston
Campbell and W. K. Hal. who has
thnrgo of tho Walluku water works.
Tho water from this valley has long
hecn a sourco of dispute, tho planta
tion claiming that tho Territory has
a right only to 20,0011 gallons a day
through tho ownership of certain
lands, whllo tho Territory on tho oth
er hand claims to have a right to it
very much larger nmount, and has, as
a matter of fact, been us;ng sevcra:
hundred thousands of gallons a day
In 'lis scrvlco In Walluku and Kahulul.
, The hill for tho Injunction Is tho re
sult of action taken on tho part of tho
Territory towards extending Us water
service, and It Is prayed that a per
petual Injunction Issue preventing tho
Territory from taking mora than 20,
000 gallons a day of these waters, and
also tllat a temporary Injunction Issue
preventing tho government from en
larging Its pipes to Kahulul and from
extending Its scrvlco to now custom,
Tho Territorial officials aro quite
satisfied with tho turn which things
havo taken, as it Is anticipated that
now this old question which has been
a source of trouble for sears, will bo
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
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,
S.S. LURLINE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. ' PHONE 15.
early tomorinw moinlng, ni should
he the ("ise If they had mailo sched
ule time from Sail Francisco.
May Drop Tows
There Is the possibility which Is
taken by some persons as n probabil
ity. Hint Iho tow lines of tho dc
strocrs will he dropped nnd tho lit
tle crnft allowed to run down beforo
the trades for themselves, under
their own steam. They will mako
good weather of this. If the halters
ire taken off, as they nro dry, anil
.will not make inuih fuss over a lit
tle sea. la case this is done, thero
Is no doubt that better tlmo will ho
made nil Ihrnugh, and with this In
view It is taken us quite proh.ihlo
that the I'aclllc Fleet will be olT port
tommrow, with all tho vessels under
their own idciiui.
I Hfforts weie made last evening to
talk to the Fleet from tho Naval Sta
tion wireless olfirc, but the weather
was too had, and finally tho key had
lo be thrown out to save tho appar
atus. However, a scrap of conversa
tion between tliu West Virginia anil
tliu llllonlan was heard, nnd It Is
'rnillilntiMl nvnnnlnil I lul t 111 ! LA I lln
VW II It'll: It I IJ rH i 11 '1 llllll) II uieu l1l
Hilnnlnn beats tho Fleet In newi ot
,a definite Kirt will come by tho Mat
(Continued on Page 2)
Nuuanu Dam Stands
Test of Flood Well
Tho great flood of water which Inst
night poured down from tho heavens
has been a source of great satisfac
tion to many pcoplo of this city, hut
no ono feels better pleased than Su
perintendent nf Public Works Maci
ton Campbell, who Is tickled to
death over tho fact that tho Nuuanu
dam stood without any difficulty thu
strenuous test which It was put to
by the tremendous volume nf wnter
which was projected against It. Tho
dam suffered no damage whatever,
and It wns proved that tho precau
tionary measures which hud been1
taken to guard against such an event
as took place last night, were In ev
ery way sufficient.
"Last night between 12 o'clock
nnd 7 this morning, C.'JO Inches ot
rain fell at Dam No, 4 (the big
dam)," said Campbell this forenoon.
"The water In tho reservoir rnso
twelve feet In ten minutes, and dur
ing that tlmo 121,000,000 gallons nt
water from Nn. 4 wns wasted ovor
tho waste-way and went through tho
pipes. Through tho supply pipes tho
waste amounts In ai.iiUO.OUli gallons
a day, and through the wasto-plpu to
15,000.000 gallons u day.
"The water rose lo a point about
five feet above tho spillway, Hooding
the engine house with two feet of
water. That meant Hint tho wasto
tunnel wuh acting as n pipe under n
head of nhout twenty feet. This Im
.ir.cnse amount nf water subsided In
,11 couplo of hours In ono foot below
"Kvcrythlng stood the tost In
splendid shapo. Not Iho cents'
worth of damage Is apparent. Ily
tho Inst reports at 10: IS everything
was in gend shape.
"The water would havo to rlmi ton
feet additional to linyo reached Iho
top ot tho dam. This is an extraor
dinary condition, nnd It shows that
tho menus which havo hecn taken to
take cam of a Hood of water like this
havo hecn all right.
"Itcserwilrs No. 3 nnd No, 2 aro
full and ovcrllowlng nnd 1 expect
that by night No. 1 will also have.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
judged by your personal appearance?
Don't clothe your body well and neg
lect yonr feet: you may lose out by
weanng 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.
Manufactures Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street. Telephone 282.
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