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VOL. X. NO. 4097
CARTER REPORTS ON FLEET
On Big S
TIip Washington rnme in this
morn I iir rrn:n the ntrciim and lay
nlongslilo the collier Justin nt the
Oceanic wharf to coal. Meanwhile,
It 13 clcanlng-day with the others.
Seiub-hrunh, hose, ti nil tnneh muscle
In being expended In tnklriir nwny thu
i;rlmy truces of the wnil; which was
ilono jostcrday In putting coal Into
thu hunkers. Tlui ' ilcckH nro nil
hwuhIi, ami the sounds of splashing
uter ami of swabs eomo tip from
The sldo hovs run about with their
tiouburx rolleil to their knees, evcry-
1k. dy profiting by tho oppot Utilities
for cleaning up tbelr persons in some
way iih well an tho ship. Until tho
pioocsx Ih ner, no one will go iiHhoro
fioni the big rmlscis on leave.
Shore Leave Today
Hut, with the men working like
TroJatiH to get through their work
in time to ionic iihhorn today, It la
just possible that the first of the de
tachments which will ho turned loose
for a good time will go out Into this
afternoon or homo time this evening.
Tomorrow, they will ccitalnly bo
nshoie In t loops, and with pay tn
Inst evening, ciulto a number of
men were nahore from tho destroy
er Tho coaling on thoso is scon
Although the rumor has been gen
eral or lulo that there would bo no
lontest of tho will of tho Into Prince
l)ald, the mutter, it wns said, being
satisfactorily adjusted out of court, It
liiiB now developed that Princess Kn
wauauakoa will contest tho will. At
torney Frank Thompson this morn
ing tinted that tho dirTrtencos had
DANCE AT HONOLULU
SEASIDE HOTEL TO
NIGHT IN HONOR OF
Commencing this owning, mid con
tinuing every night dining tho visit
of tho Pacific fleet, n daneo will bo
given In their honor nt tho Honolulu
Pcasldo Hotel. Special dinners will
nlto bo served In (ho open ntr dining
Is your boy ready for school? He will probably seed
a new suit to look neat and trim for the beginning of tha
' Bring him here and have hint try on some of the
hnndsomc boys' suits just unpacked.
We have the most natty styles for children to be seen
in Honolulu. We've gat the goods; you've got Jhe boy
let's get together.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel 'Streets
through for nny one vessel, and the
men on thu lucky boats had leave.
So tho hnllor pntioli, Ilko those cm
ployed b the Atlantic Fleet, worn
ashore, and out on tho streets, look
ing nfler tho peace, which must bo
kept, and forsallor boys who need
direction In getting back to their
.Visitors Allowed on Board
Vhtllois ,110 to be iccclvod on board
tho ci niseis, In the majority of cases
ill least, after coaling Is through
I with, It Is undeistood. This will bo
i tomoriow on most of the ships.
, It has required a remarkably short
time for these coaling operations.
, which began In earnest jesterdny
.Garden Party Today
Honolulu society ladles will net
jns tho hostebses at n g.udeu pnity
lit the Moanu this afternoon which
'will be given to the otllceis of tho
Pacini; Fleet. Tho affair Is Invita
tional and promises to outsblno any
thing in tho entertainment lino that
will bo dono for tho officers during
their stay here this trip. Mrs. Wal
ter F. I'rcar, wife of tho Governor, Is
the chalrnianess of tho committee,
11 ml bIio Is assisted by Mis. llumplirls
mid tho ladles of tho Woman's Auxil
iary Fleet Entertainment Committee.
Tho party will last from 4 until 7.
been practically settled nt one time
between himself mul Ash ford, who
leprcsentu tho estate, but that Ash
ford's clients would not back him up
In tho tentntivo agreement which
had been arranged.
Tho case Is Bet for hearing onMon
day, but, ns that day is a holiday, It
Is probnblo that It will not come up
beforo tho Inttcr pait of noxt week.
room from slvthlity to eight, which
has been attracthcly decorated for
tho occasions. Music for all of thu
dinners mul dances will bo supplied by
uio jtnai liico Club. A cordial Invltn.
tlon to tho local Army and Navy folk,
as well as tho numerous patrons of
llio Seaside, Is extended.
Governor l"rear will not return tho
call of Admiral Swinburne, and Admir
al Sebreo until after coaling oporutlons
Tong Sing, a Chinese, wns this
morning fined $15 and costs In tho Po
lice Court for peddling crnbs outside
of tho flshmnikot.
11. F. Dillingham celebrates his slv
ty-foiirlh birthday today.
PAGES - HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1908 -
SARGENT IS DEAD
FOR BIG ESTATE
James Alfred Low Was
Worth Sum Of
A. Q. M. Robertson, appearing as
attorney for Mrs. I.lllle II. Matson, '
him niniP n nnttHnn 1 n tint dtrrnlt
Court, asking that letters of adminis
tration bo Issued In tho estnto of the
lain James Alfred Low. who unssed
uwiiy In Vladivostok last January. I
'Pi... no f n . n . .. I 1. .. . I. ... lu nl...... ...
$104,160, which amount seems to
generally exceed considerably tho
.mount of money accredited to Mr.
Low beforo his death.
Land in Wnlalua is valued at $2,-
000 and in Konn. Hawaii, at $500. i
largest individual noming 01 Air.
wns 4000 shares of Honolulu
Plantation Company, worth $80,000,
tho control of which Is on tho Coast.
It Is also named that Mr. Low held
400 shares in the Mnkuha Coffee
Company, and these shares are valued
at $20,000. The other local stocks
held by Mr. Low were 83 shares of
Ewu Bottling Works, at a valuation
The nearest relatives of tho into
Mr. Low are Hicluird James Low,
nged ono month; llarhara Imw, in
Scotland; Emmn Meyer, In Califor
nia; and Mrs. I.llllo LI. Matson. his
sister. In California, who is the peti
tioner. COMMITTEE TO TALK
Will Meet Swinburne To
morrow and Talk
,A meeting of tho Pacific Fleet
Committee was held this afternoon
nt tho Chamber of Commerce rooms,
at 1:30 o'clock.
Vnn Vnlkenberg nsked for an np
ptoprlntlon to cover tho Wahlawa
trip, amounting to $150 to cover the
two days, to be Placed nt the dlsnosnl
of tho Transportation Committee.
Jas. F. Morgan of tho Transporta
tion Committee had no report.
Admiral Swinburne will meet the
committee on the Naval dock at
10:30 o'clock tomorrow morning, to
discuss nnd muko plans for the en
tertainment of tho Fleet during Sep
tember and October stays. With this
meeting with the Admiral in view,
tho committee adjourned until the
time nnd place mentioned above,
Walter Webber, assistant foreman
of the government printing offlco at
Manila is a passenger In tho trnnsport
Thomas. Mr. Webber Is a Denver
man and found an old acquaintance lu
II. C. Stearns vl tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Job
has resumed business
aftei a week's vaca
tion. If you wish to buy
or sell stocks or bonds
we shall be pleased to
handle., your order.
To Reach the People Who Buy the Goods Use the Bulletin
"Every rumor nnd every state
ment which riffects the work which
has been done by this Atlantic Fleet
Committee has been Investigated, and
there is nothing now left that re
quires nny -straightening out nt all,
as every voucher is in and every
thing in order." This Is n part of the
statement made by Chairman Carter
of the Atlantic Fleet Committee, at
n meotlng held this afternoon nt 1:35
o'clock In the Chamber of Commerce
rooms for tho purpose of presenting
the auditor's report and closing busi
ness. When the moctlng opened, Mr. Car
ter nsked George W. Smith, as the
vice chairman, to take the Chair,
LEAD TO COMC
Honolulu, Aug. 17, 1908.
Hon. Geo. It. Carter, Chairman, Executive Committee, Atluntlc Fleet Enter
tainment, Honolulu. '
Sir: As requested by oit, I have examined tho books of your Ac
countant and verified posthigs, footings and trial balance and audited the
disbursements of your mlous committees.
Those disbursements ns shown by tho receipted vouchers on fllo cor
respond with tho Executive orders authorizing same. Herewith Is a sum
mary of Receipts and Disbursements ns shown by tho books of your Accountant.
Decoration '. $ 5,440.00
Committee at Large 1,310.00
Clubs and Fraternal Organ
Receipts from sale of material, tickets,
As per Tren8urer's aggregate statoment
Mr. Carter then went on to explain
the purpose of the call of the meet
ing. Ho explained that in the case of
one paper circulated, and funds used
by the Transportation Committee, It
had been rumored that there was a
difference between funds collected
and the amounts the central commit
tee bad received. He stated that ho
had looked into tho matter exhaust
ively, and it had been dealt with in
tho auditing, ami everything had been
"It has nlso been stnted that the
Press Committee had a balance yet
on hand," said Mr. Carter, "I called
upon tho chairman, nnd found this
to be a falsa rumor, because tho chair
man had a statement to give and
vouchers showing tho full proceeds
or the amount ho hud drawn.
" "I think tho widest publicity
should bo glvon this statement.
'"Every rumor and ovory statement
which affects tho work which has
been done by this Atlantic Fleet
Committee has been Investigated and
there Is nothing now left which re
quires any straightening: out at nil,
as every voucher Is in, and every
thing In order."
Served Cold at Soda Fountain of
Drug Co., Ltd.
KINO 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.
, . 1
"This Is most gratifying," Bald Mr.
Smith, "because these statements
have reflected on the Integrity of the
committee ns a whole."
"The chalrinnn of the Press Com
mittee, gentlemen," pursued Mr. Car
ter; "is picscnt, and is ready to an
swer uny questions which may be
No questions were nsked, even nt
Mr. Peck, treasurer of the com
mittee, then brought up n point in
regard to some subscriptions promis
ed on the general fund, nnd not paid.
One written subscription and a num
ber of verbal promises hnd been mndo
on one list, nnd not collected by the
Cash In hand ..... $3,490.50
GEO. C. POTTER.
collector In charge of this list, ns he
hnd found it Impossible to secure the
funds from the subscribers. At a pre
vious meeting It had been suggested
that theso uncollected accounts be
bequeathed to tho Pacific Fleet Com
mittee. Among them Is a written
subscription for $25 unpaid und oth
er lesser amounts.
"Another point In this connection
ought to be given publicity," said Mr,
Carter. "This subscription list, on
which aro tho unpaid subscriptions,
was that circulated among the liquor
dealers nnd the saloon men. The col
lector reported u number of verbal
promises. Tho promises were not car
ried out, whether written or other
wise." It was suggested that these sub
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S.S. LURLINE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PBAS8, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE IS.
J. Hepp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
is worth more han the boy's,
Let us deliver your messages,
WASHINGTON. D. C, Sept. 4.
Labor Commissioner Frank P. Sar- i
gen; aiea ncre loaay.
Tho denth or Mr. Sargent will he
learned with the deepest regret In
Honolulu. Mr. Sargent Ii.ir taken u
special Interest in the affairs of Ha
waii nnd has made three visits to tho
Frank P. Sargent wns born In Kast
Orange, Vermont, Nov. IS, 1S54, nnd
wns educated nt the village school.
Ho became n locomotive fireman nnd
the chief of tho Brotherhood of Loco
motive Firemen. McKlnley appoint
ed him a member of the Industrial
Commission lu 18!)S. Later on ho
declined the position of Chief of the
Bureau of Engraving nnd Printing.
Ho wns appointed Commissioner Gen
eral of Immigration July 1, 1902.
AJAX IN COLLISION
tAtiotiatti rriit Ittclal Cable)
MELBOURNE. Aus Sept. 4. The
collier Ajax of the American Fleet
was in collision today with the j
steamer Laura. Both were damaged.
RAWHIDE WIPED OUT
fidoclatdt rrtti Special Cat ft
RAWHIDE, Nev.. Sept. 4. This
town was visited by fire today and
almost completely destroyed. The
property toss was nearly a million.
Four thousand are homeless.
BERKELEY. Calif.. Sent. 4.
place here today. Admirals Miller,
T0KI0. Japan. Sent. 4. Four
fire which occurred in Niagara today.
CALIFORNIA CONGRESSMEN NAMED
STOCKTON. Calif., Sept. 4. W. K. Hays has been nominated for
Congress in the Second District and
' BE TORN DOWN
Historic Old Building
Is In Bad
If a certain recommendation of
Superintendent of Public Works Mars
ton Campbell, In his teport to Gov
ernor Frear, Is carried out, tho fam
ous old Bungalow In tho Pntnco
grounds will be torn down and ic
moved. Campbell states thnt It Is
very old, the wood Is decayed, nnd is
In general bad shape, consequently
making It, instead of a useful adjunct
to tho Territorial buildings, a bother
and an eyesore In tho grounds. In
tearing this down, It will bo following
oui mo policy ot unity nnd conform v
in public buildings thnt hns been bet
under tho present administration.
1051 Fort Street.
USE THE BULLETIN ,1
WANT-AD. KEY! Z
PRICE 5 CENTS 4
. FRANK P. SARGENT
GENERAL CORLISS IS DEAD
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 4. General
Corliss is dead,
The funeral of Admiral Glnss tool:
Farenholt, and Whiting were among
thousand houses were destroyed in ft
P. H. Gillett in the Third.
llopiibllcans of tho Eighth Precinct
of tho Filth District wero beforo tho
Republican Territorial Commltteo this
noon Tor an Interpretation of tho party
rules on assessing candidates for
primary election expenses. Tho pro
testants failed to mnko their point
stick, hut they may get their names
on tho ballots If they dlsgorg" tho
neccsfary $2 or thereabouts beforo
the olllclal ballot Is printed.
It seems that lu the Eighth Precinct
meotlng, n motion wns passed that
each candidate for delegate to tho Ter
iltotlal mid County convention sljoiild
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Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your chnrncter is
judged by your personal appearance
Don't clothe your body well nnd neg
lect your feet; jott may lose out by
wearing shabby shoes.
IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S
was never so complete nnd up-to-date
as now. We have ombodied in our
shoes nearly every leather known.
wnen passing uy, stop and look
the Leather Window Display.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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