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IO PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3 1908-IO PAGES
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Grimy Work on Ships; Municipal Ad IS
1 FLEET TEAM WINS
Too Busy to Maneuver
Coal, th.mw.inli of tui "I M. I- to
iliiy being ' iin'uliil Into Hi.' I'i' '.
llll' IllK V. Ill O illllRVI'L .lll'l iIh i.Mh- I
given ilurti'it i 1'iil.i h- .-:. i
Saturn mill Justin mil fM.i I lit
wharves, It Is being slio.i 1 uul
liankil, mill swung iibout (Ti 701) pound
bigs mill l ilchcn, wll'i u 111 Ami It
Ik awfully dlily In tills iiiitlcular sec
Hon of llio Hulled States Navy twin)
Ily Sntuitliiy, mo.-.t of the coaling
hhnuld lie through, nml oillcorci an I
men load) foi" u little rent nml lecro
utlon lipfusu ihcj prjCuoJ on S
lima, In iircorilnnco with their scned
tile, Saturday, when the roal-n, an I
cleaning ftlilp lu i!uoii:;!i. the men will
lie palil off ami given kIioid leav .. nml
then for llio good limes.
Will ". ow Attain.
Tim trip t Samoa will lie ni.uli' a
tnnlluiisince of the towing tests which
wen. hanilleil in successfully In the
tilp iIii.mi lieio ironi S.in Fi.rirlbCi.
The ilestroyeis will lie a:: ilii hllcheii
onto the larger vest-els, a:il the halter
II li contliiiieil.
llattlu inniionvers will not no in
Vali, Is Decision
Of Supreme Court
MELBOURNE, Aus.. Scot. 2. The vP" team from the American
Fleet defeated the local team in th conlcat held today. The Fleet team
was defeated at Auckland.
REAR ADMIRAL SWINBURNE
Commanding Fitst Squadion of Pa
cific Fleet. Now in Port
I Sheriff luuke.i expresses groat aal-.
.Infliction at the fuct Unit the licet mi
jlhorltlca liavu thus come In tho assist-j
Mice or tho police, an It was dem?n-
slutted during the slay of tho Atlantic
lleettlint way win ii ones can im Kept in ... iL,,..,iy of the Municipal Act With regard to the qualifications !
niticn lienor or.ier ,iy uieir own men f vntprH .....ip. .i.n t,,IHmt Art t
than hy the police. ,wns thin nmrnliiB UM..Incil by the of voters under tin Mink pal Act.
m..u .- u.l. L .... ., , ,. . which aif In ronlllct with those le-1
Bl.. 1 Iho Htny of tho "Dig Four" ln'f.,,,,,c"w "'"" .. ' '. '""?., nni"' """ '" '"""c Act' "e Sl-I
this pint, the personnel of the men Hawaii, i-roini.i.) ..t mi ..iiuck me ,)mm, Corl KtuttM tliat thu forlm.r
anil offlcers has been considerably gt.wneu Justices came into court, ruultl lie dlsiognuled without Impalr-
chnnged. that of thu men throiiKli ami Chief Justice Haitwoll anninnic- Ihk the validity of the lemaiiiiler of
transfers ami nililltloaal enllstnients. t,(1 ti,u ,.;; of "John llnimclutli vs. the Act. The defendant's demurrer
In fact, tho eKBeU carry n cry larsc t,u, ,l0H1, r supi-rvlvois of the to the other two main lonsldcratloni
KS'SSTbMtt "his 5T oS? "f, 0hu;: V ,,!,c" ?T r uTlV' r lh- 1,,i,,nt,"'B ,,e-
half of tho enlisted men are of this t1'"'. ' Bl,0,t' tho ''" Mm of Ule llllon JlamlRaed.
wirt. Tho coiiipleiiients of all the ves- Court vwih In favor of the Municipal The decision of the Court In full
cols mo full, lu fact, to the man. The 'Act. follows:
West Ylritlnln, lieliiK the l'"clil"
.11)11. K.M.MI.I.iril r. I I1K ItUAKD 1)1" Kri'KKVIKOKS
()! TI1K 1'OI'XTV OK OAIIl'!
crew i mm
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Sept. 3. The ship Eaton Hall, from
Newcastle to Valparaiso has been to vsd to Tahiti after a most distress
inir experience. The ship was dismantled in a stoim. Following this
the ere mutinied and one was killJ.
mur Stun men on hoard, and Iho other
IiIr cruUura huo over duo enen. n,j.
Inu a very respectable crowd of pioli
nlily SOC'.l Jacklea ami ollleerH lu port
at the present time.
Two divisions or the ilcstroer not
William liuinuiu Swiulnirne, Rear
Adinlnrl l' S. N' , was liorn at Xow
liorl. It. I., In 1.N47. He served with
ilulsed In this lime, In splto of rinuorb illstliiLtlou on tho Atlanlle Fleet dur llln or (he I'.ieiiic uniist oniv aro out
to that effect, at thu schedule does not Infi the Spanish war, and was at tho on Ihls trip, tho third division lielnfi
nllow tliim fur any extra u.-uluttoim. NtlV!li Academy during Iho Civil ll'ri ul Mal '''l- Captain W. A.
To Help Lotal Police. iVl... 0111 Is In Kenoral coinmaiid of all
JKilur .1. T Minrs. IT. 5!. M.ulno ' ",,.,, . .. thii'o dMsloiis. He hns for llln flaK-
Co. or II... VI.RI..U whos to luvo ' r " w,lf ""' ' ?' I,r.?e?' ?nk -till, the Solace which Is to act as tho
olinrKO of tho policial; of the rieet ."fJU'iii Admiral on Jul) ii, 1001., .B3hlp. omen and homo, bo to apeak.
ilmliiK Its titay In Ihla pint, this uio.i.. ' " " of the lest of tho fiotllla. The Solace.
Iiik railed on Sherllt Iaukca. and nr 'lice tlnty on shore, nml they'wlll hau supply ship, haa been la this service
iiuiKenienta were i.tadi. for IPo eollnb Ibeli lieiiiln.iurt-is ut tho iiollro sta'l aji.oilt, two nionlhs. The phili Is a new
million of tho Fleet with tho local tlon. where nrrniiKcniouts hau been 'one and Just boliiK adjastoil. bill will
i.iiilii.rltlea for the bnudllui: of tho iiiado ftir their nrcommoilntlon. tins. bo n I.Ik thins when comnlet... The
I Ituiilliin in thu samii liiiuner ns was haclc Inspector's t.lllco hiivli.K been
done at tho time of the stny of the At- convened for the time belns to an of
laiillc Fleet. Kacli day men from each lice for the olllcera In eharso of tho
of the ease-In will be detailed for i.o-pioost Riianl.
men will linvit baths, laumlry. ami oth
er conveniences on the Solnce: she
will curry a machine Bliop?. tin. pay
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ANIMAL SHIPMENTS BROTHERS' ARRIVAL LINK CONDEMNS BIG
MUST BE IMFROVEO! CELEBRATED TODAY MAUI CORPORATIONS
Bill Prepared To Compel
Better Handling By
One of the most Important measures
lo be Inlioiluced lu tho I.oKls'atui'o.
when It meets next year will be n bill
mitlioilzlm; the Ilou.l of AKiieiiltiiiu
and Forestry to lORiilnto tho method
of handling live Block by transporta
At llio meutlns of tho Hoard yester
day nfleinoon. a letter In tho natiuo
of a complaint was received fiom F.
Klainit of Haekleld & Cftnipany, In ba
llad ot Kukalaii plantation, lu which
it ciitlclzed the ioiirIi liaiidHut; of It3
Milestone In ProgresstSaysThey BringToo Much
11i:ii:iivkd (iri-iii.x.s risoji ('inct'ir (i.ri!T, Kmsr Ciiiciiit.
Arfiui'tl Aiijiiw ::i, I'.MIS. IKriilcil St'pteniW S, 11IO0.
N ll.MIIHl.l.l., (.l., Wtl.l.Klt A.M. H.M.I.Ot', .1.1.
Mandamus ilr't of tltl7en and taxpayers.
The rlnlii nf n citizen and taxpayer to mandamus i.Kalnst pub
lic olIUeiH aitliiK under u statute alleged to be void, basell upon
nn iiutlclMory refusal, Is not passed on lu view of waU'tii-uf-tliK
point by di'feiitlants and the sustaining of a demurrer on OUTcr'
J! (Continued on Pace 6) '
OAKLAND, Calif.. Sept. C. Tin husband of Mrs. Donahue, who was
murdered some weeks ago, committel suicide today previous. to the coro
ner's inquest. He left a note dsclar.ni; lm i.ir.occiue of the murder of
hi wife and named the alleged assassin.
Of the St. Louis
Today, llio twcnly-flftli nnulvt-raaiy
of the arrival of tho Ilrothers who h t)ti
had charge of Hi'. I.iiuls ColloRe, Is be
ing celebrated. This moiuliig tho
event waa reinembgiod by a special
servlco in tho College Chapel, at which
Falh'er Francis ofllciatcd, and thin
melting the St. I.ouls Alumni Associa
tion will meet tho Hrolhers at the fes
tive boaid at a luau to be Riven In
the CoIIcru dining hall.
On September 3, 18S3, tho first
Ilrothers arrived In tho Alamo U to
live slock by the transportation com- tal'i. charm of tho College, which had
puny. Tho letter fiiillier btnted that j then been miming for two years under
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Is your boy ready for school? He will probably need
a new suit to look neat and trim for the beginning of the
Bring him here and haver him try on some of the
handsome beys' suits just unpacked.
We have the most natty styles for children to be seen
in Honolulu. We've got the goods; you've got the boy
let's get together.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Influence To Bear
"It Is lnipoBslhlo to bay what tho
political situation Is on Maul," said
l.tuk. McCandless this morning. "Ow
ing to tho Inlluenco which Is brought
to bear on tho people (here. I lind no
Idea before I went then, of tho tre
mendous grip which tho big corpora
tions have on tho voters. It actually
goea bo fur that If a man abks for a
Job ho Is told to sign the Itopubllcan
roll Hi st. For this reason tho great
majority of tho voters, who depend on
the cnipoiatlons for their work, aro
aft aid to oxpiess their political opin
ions In caso they do not agroo with
thobo of tho corporations, and conse
quently nothing can bo said about how
wo really stand before the actual vot
ing. It Is lucky that wu have a 'free
mid secret ballot In this country, and
that may glvo us -the advuntngu yet."
The great and only I. Ink returned
this morning In tho Claiullno aftor a
strenuous stumping tour of both Maul
and Molokal, his principal aim being
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has resumed business
after, a week's 'vaca
tion. If you wish to buy
or sell stocks or bonds
we shall be pleased to
handle your order.
Tho fleet will have pay day and (list
shore lcavo Saturday, Tho fifth Is the
tegular pay day of llio Pacific Fleet.
At present they ure actively engaged
In coaling operations, nml nemo of tho
men will got off for shore lcavo until
they mo through with tho work 'Inci
dent to these operations. After tho
coaling tho ships must bo cleaned,
which will als'o require tho attention
of all hands.
So Micro will be little time ror the
men to do sightseeing while In port
this time, but It is expected that they
will do better lu this Hue while the
cruisers make their October utay In
With tho sports programed for Sat
urday ami Sunday tho boys will have a
grand godo time.
DANCE AT HONOLULU
SEASIDE HOTEL TO
NIGHT IN HONOR OF
Commencing this bvonlng, and con
tinuing every night during tho visit
of tho Pacific fleet, a danco will bo
given in their honor at the Honolulu
Seaside Hotel. Special dinners will
also bo berved In tbo open air dining
room from six-thirty to eight, which
has been attractively tlecorated for
tbo occasions. Music for all of thu
dinners and dances will bo supplied by
tho Kaal Olco Club. A cordial Invita
tion to tho local Ainiy and Navy folk,
as well as tho numerous patrons of
Iho Seaside, Is extended.
DAND CONCERT ON
YOUNG HOTEL ROOF
In honor of Admiral Swlnburno and
the officers or tho Fleet a special se
lected program of music will" bd ren
dered by tho Hawaiian baud tonight.
On Sunday afternoon tho Hawaiian
bund will gho a concert at the Moann
It Is stated about tho courts that
the Grand Juiy, which met yesterday
and will report next Wednesday, will
unng in an Indictment against Leon
8lraua, tho ardent lawyor-lovor.' Con
cerning the other cases nothing def
initely has been learned.
, fnmnanv I iA
WJWI ""T"Jv "
Served Cold at Soda Fountain of
Drug Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT.
Otfr 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.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 2.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 9s.
7 l-2d. Parity, 4.01 cents. Previous
quotation, 9s. Gd.
The quotation for Sept. 1 should
have been 3.885 cents, or $77,70 per
ton, instead of .1.M7 cents.
Honk! Houkt Call 1111 or 191, J.A.
Mcl.cod, for plcasantrst auto rid.
S.S. LIMINE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
J. Hopp & Co.,
Knabensiie s Fight
COLUMBUS, Ohio. Sept. 3. Roy Knabenshue made a successful
flight in his airship today. He canied tbres pasjenv-as.
i i a
JUMPED FROM HOTEL WINDOW
SAN F7.AHCISC0, Calif.. Sept. 3. Helen Cullen, a wealthy invalid,
stopping at a loVal hotel, leaped from a window this mornini; and died
of her injuries,
m i m
GEN. DEWITT IS BE4D
FORT YELLOWSTONE. Sept. 3. Gen. CHlviri Dc'witt died here to
day. He was a Civil Var veteran and lately President of the Army
CASTRO FINES CABLE COMPANY
CARACAS, Venezuela, Sept. 3. The French cable company has
been fined five millions of dollars for complicity in the Mato3 revolution.
Fire Destroys Landing
Warehouse At Honomu
A wireless message was this morn
ing received by llrower & Co., the
agents of tilt Honomu Sugar Com
pany on Hawaii, to tho effect that
the lauding wnrchoiiBe of that plan
tation was destroyed by fire yester
It In understood that the building,
which is valued at about ten thou
sand dollars, waa a total lo3s, but
this Is covered by Insurance which Is
held by several companies represent
ed by local agents.
Owing to tho fact that thuro had
not been suflklcfit steamer facllltlen
I to handlo the crop lately and thu
.plantation was using every nvatlablo
j space for storage, tho warehouse waa
j lllicd with goods, both augar, fertili
ser, general merchandise, and lime,
.and the wireless stated that this
morning the latter was still burning.
Insurance. Undcrwiiter Gurrey will
leave n tho Cluudlno tomorrow tu
adjust the loss.
185 S. KING STREET.
is worth more tlian the boy's,
Let us deliver your messages.
WU v 'vjjyv
Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
judged by your perecnal appearance f
Don't clothe vour bo-Jv well and neg
lect your feet, you may lose out by
wearing shabby il.oes.
IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S
iirvrr so comnlete and un-to-date
as now. VVs have embodied in our
shoea nearly every leather known.
When nassinir bv. ston and Innlr
at the Leather Window Display.
Manufactures Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street. Telephone 282.
P 923 FORT ST, Honolulu
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