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VOL. X. NO. 4114
Kuhio Denies Making
Color Line Statement
"I never said 'Nana ka ill' iu my speech before the conven.
tion; nor did I uss any other exorcssion which would convey the
idea of drawing the color line." Delegate Kalanianaole.
"I have a pretty pood knowledge of Hawaiian, and. I follow.
cd the speech of the Delegate very elor cly. I did not hear him
use the expression 'Nana ka ill' and I know that he did not use
it, or anything which could be construed into advice to draw
the color line." A. L. C. Atkinson. '
Tlic nliovo etntctncnlB were mailo
t Ills morning liy l'rlnco Kulilu nnd
Cliulrmaii Atkinson (if the Itopubll
can Territorial Central Committee,
nit they were seated together in tlio
luttcr'H ofllco In the .Inild building.
Hot h also calleil attention to tlio ab
surdity of (he charge that the l'rlnco
ttsoil such nn expression, through tlio
fart that the word "Ill," which mount)
skin In Hawaiian, docs not, us In
Khgllsh, convey a meaning of race
or color, hut Is undciBtcod simply In
Inter-island To Make
With Matson Company
An ariaiigenient between tlio Mat
ron lino and the Inter-Inland Steam
Navigation Company for through
freight ratPH from ailniis points nn
tlio mainland to various Island port.,
will ptohably bo Inndo very shortly,
most likely dining tho islt lioio 'of
Captain .Malt-on, who In to arrive to
morrow on tlio I.urllno. The proba
bility of such an nrrimixtnent Imlng
mailo In ndmlttcd bylhu Inlcr-lHlund
jteoplo. Thin Ih also tnkon as Ihu bed
rock fact In regard to reporta on tho
waterfront to tho effect that tho Mnl
non lino la iibnnt to buy out tho Inter
Island, and that tho two are about lo
Such an arrangement now exists be
tween tho lnter-lsland nnd tho Amor
IcatvIIawullan companies. At present,
goods shipped fioiii points on the main
land for Inland ports at which tho
Matson hIciuihth do not touch aro
billed to Honolulu, and reslilppid front
hero through tho local iigeiitH, Cnstlo
& Cnokn. This makes a reitaln innoiint
of local business, anions draylug mid
expru'ssago fliiuti. Accoidlng to tho
CORNER PORT AND
' wv iV fcfl& &B svbVHbv
SiSO EDITION very Carcfu' Honolulu Housewife
8 PAGES -
DENIES RUMOR OF CONVENTION SPEECH
Its pin cly aiialonitcal meaning ns cu
ticle, no to speak. The expression
would never ho used liy n ltnwnllan
to convey the senso which It Is til
IcBeil that Kulilu wanted to convoy.
On (ho whole, this attack appears so
utterly Kcutnlcaa to tlio party niuna
nets that they do not Intend to pay
any further attention to It.
Kuhio Goes to Kauai
It hiiH been decided that the Dole
gate Khali go to Knual next Tuesday,
(Continued on Page 2)
new ariangcinent, which Ih contem
plated, a certain rato will bo made,
for Instance, from Han Francisco to
liana, or from Han Irnnclsco lo Kb)'
do. and tho goods billed illrect lo tbeso
ports, the two steamship concerns
which handle them getting n pro rata
of tho amount which tlio shipper pays
for the transpoitntlon of tho freight.
This will ohvl.ito all necessity for
hilling goods to this place, and will In
cidentally make tome, though prob
ably n small, difference. In tho amount
of local business done In this line.
Tlni Matson steamers run direct lo
Illlo, which Ih tho only other port of
gieat luipoil.mco In the ltdauds oitt-t-blo
of that or Honolulu. Under tho
new arrangement they "also inn to Ka
liuliil. Tlioro Ik an uucoiillrmahlo report
also on the watei front that there Is to
bo some sort of correlation established
between tho Mnthon nnd tho l.-l, peo
ple without actual consolidation, for
tho handling of tho Alexander & Hiild
win contract, which goon from the
Amerlcau-Huwullan to tho Matson
Who is the most PAR
TICULAR about the FIT
nnd STYLE of his clothes is
the very one we want to
sec; he'll never be satisfied
with any others after wear
And the $ more .exacting
the man is, thejraore 6er
tain are , we that' he will
come to wear our clothes,
sooner or later,
FREAR AND NEWALLlBad Year
MAKE EARLY START
Left Honolulu at 7 A.M.
On Trip Around
Ilrlght ami early this morning, tho
Chief Kxccutlvo of tho Territory, ac
companied by Reclamation Kxport
Newell, started out on u long trip
around tho Island of Oahu. That
Mr. Newell docs not Intend to lose
any time Iu his study uf conditions
on these Islands was certainly
shown by his attitude when ho was
icady and eager to start out on tlio
tour of inspection. There Is a great
deal of ground to bo covered In tho
short space of tlmo which Mr. Newell '
will have here, and advantage will
bo taken of every moment.
(lovernor Fronr planned to return
lata this evening from tlio trip
around O.iliu, for he, with Mr. Newell
will leave for Maul on tho Clniidluo
tomorrow night. They will spond
home time on that Island and will
then jump over to Hawaii,
WHO CAN GIVE JACK
TARS SHORE LEAVE?
Boatswain Says He Can
" But .He Won'tMany
Departmental complications " aro
talked of on the Crook, in connection
with 2U0 bluejackets on board, and
who has the say as to whether they
shall get shore leave. Istho order
of tho War Department that a lieu
tenant of marines on hoard shall
have command of all troops on tho
ship nppltcahlo to theso Jacklcs? Aro
they troops? And Is lloatswaln
ltoehfort right III saying that ho has
command of tho men and that they
shan't get any shore leavo whllo they
A big quest Ion mark bloods over
the ship, together with not u lit t lo
(Continued on Page 2)
I, eon SI m us entered a idea
of not guilty to thu chat go
of assault nnd battery with n
weapon before Judge Itohluson
this morning. Lawyer Btraus was In
dicted by tho Grand Jury. Ills case
was placed on (ho calendar to take Its
regular course. Klniura, who was In
dicted yesterday on tho rhargo of as
sault nnd battel y, also entered u plea
of not guilty.
'Your valuable papers and
jewelry arc safe from fire, safe
" i "
from burglars and the care
lessness or servants if they
are in .one of, our SAFE DE
POSIT BOXES FOR RENT
50c per month.
gPgrf 023 FORT ST.
OF HAWAII. THURSDAY
IS TO BE
"I hno been approached by a
good number of political run-
tiers," said a candidate Ihbi morn- i
lug, "nnd In each Instance I hae V
lesponiled that theio is 'nothing t
doing.' These fellows state that
they mo willing 10 dig 1110 up
votes for a consideration, or what
amounts to thu same thing anil I
rati (ell joii right now that In the
f llrst place I have no money to
give for such woik nnd In tho -f
second place would not give It If
"These ruiinois are graftera
f ftom the oid go They lirlliR 111 4-
u-rhal leturnx thc-j think will
- please ott and aie of no assist-
mice uti election day. What lu-
gltlmsto expenses (hero aro to
pay I will disgorge but liono of f
the paid runnert Tor me."
f It la iinilMrstood ihat party lead-
ers ate -very liuicli opposed to
expenditure of funds for tlio )io-
lltlcal runnors" who limo In yearn -f
4 gono by dono sitcli a IhrlWii;; bus-
4 Iners and rlictila -I mi much coin
Application has been iiiadn to
Treasurer C'.unpliell for u charier for
(he Kuulkeolaul Children's Hospital.
A. 8. Wilcox. S. II. Dole, V. O. Smith,
I!. A. Mott-Smlth, J. H. Jiidd. nnd A.
Hartley have mailo tho application
for tho hospital for tho relief, care,
and treatment of nil chlblien suffer
ing from disease, injuries, or deform
ities. The application has been ap
proved by Mr Campbell, and only
awaits (he signature of the Coventor.
MEN WILL JOIN .
Wallace Alexander will past)
through Honolulu on the nexl Ihiough
steamer to thu Orient. Ho will ho
with tho pirly of San l'ranelsco ami
California Chamber of Comnieico men
who aro going to Japan for a gencinl
assembly of roiuiuerrlnl Interests.
Tho pally will bo Joined hern by
John Waterhouso and probably I'red
Macfurlauo, who will represent the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce. A
third member of tlio local delegation
will ho chosen,
Tho party, which will nrrlvo In tho
Tonyn Maru on October 'J, will bo en
tertained by the local business men,
hut full arrangements have not been
inado as yet.
TODD-HAOSDAI.i: In Hllo, Sept. 19,
1908, Miss Daisy Todd to Mr. Win.
Hngsdaln. both of Hllo.
The Latest Drink At The
Drug Co., Ltd.
from our own well served with every
meal, Best water in the city,
expects to see Her Store's
SEPTEMBER 24 1908-8
Mother of H. A. P. Carter
Files Petition In
Atkinson & Qunrlcs, attorneys for
Mary II, S. Davis, hnvo filed a peti
tion in behalf of their client to re
fund advances made by her to her
i.oii, Henry A. V. Carter, n minor. In
the document It Is alleged that dur
ing the years 1907 and 1908 sho paid
out tho stun of $2(17.09 for his school
tuition and Incidentals, and It Is fur
ther btatcd that during tho year 1907
young Carter spent six months at her
house, which greatly Increases! the
house expenses, which wero already
very largo. It Is said that tho es
tate belonging to young Carter, of
which (ieorge R. Carter Is the trus
tee. Is large, nnd that nil the above
named Items should be paid out ot It.
Ceo. It. Carter has, It Is alleged, re
fused to pay the sum asked and tho
matter is thcreforo submitted to tho
courts. Tho sum of $1043.19 Is ask
ed by Mary H. S. Davis as money
which sho advanced.
IS NOT PLANNED
Is Invention, Say
Not n single business man con
nected with the directorate' or the
management of the Matson Naviga
tion Company or the Inter-Island
Steamship Company knowj anything
of the alleged combination of Inter
ests which Captain Matson la re
ported to bo about to consummate.
C. M. Cooke stated this morning
that tlio inferenco taken from his re
(Continued on Page 2)
M'GREW BUYS 0LD
nirunnr Waterhouse Wood of Ber
keley, Calif., has sold a portion ot the
old Waterhouso homestead near
School street to P. M. McOrow for
the consideration of $7000. The
grant was filed with Registrar Mer-
rlain this morning. Coincident with
it was tho filing ot a mortgage ot tho
property by Mcflrow to Tom May of
lloitrnemnuth, Kngland, In consider
ation of $5000 ndvanced to him. The
mortgage is for three years at 7 per
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOB SHE?-
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE Iff.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KOTO STBIIT.
Count the Minutes
between the time you. hand the
boy the message and the time of
Ad in the BULLETIN
GUTHRIE. Okla., Sept. 24. Gov
ernor Haskell gave out a statement
today in which he assails Hearst, but
fails to mention the charges that he
is implicataTwith Standard Oil.
'mANDLA, P. I Sept. 24. A ty
phoon prevails through the central
Philippines. The town of Masbato
has beVn razed with loss of lives and
FOREST FIRES RAGING
EUREKA. Calif.. Sept. 24.
forest fires continue unabated.
On Haleakala Ranch
The test case of corporation con
tributions to campaign funds In n
Territory requires, as a first neces
sity, a victim.
Tho penalty of tho law Is ono
year's Imprisonment or a $5000. fine,
and this does not look good to tho
It Is understood, however, that
Treasurer J. P. Cooko Is willing to bo
IT, tho understanding being that tho
test of tho law shall be that features
which apply to a corporation nnd not
a director of tho corporation. There
fore Mr. Cooko's friends need liavo
FORT STREET, 4 S00RS
Don't leave it loLuckv Chance
PRICE 5 CENTS
PEKING, China, Sept. 24.
Chung Menycw will succeed Wu
Ting Fang as the Chinese Minister
at Washington, the transfer taking
place in November. Chung Menycw
sailed today by way of Manila ac
companied by Tang Sliaoyi, the per
sonal representative of the Emperor.
KcHirts lmc been general for llm
last few months (bat Wu Ting rang;
would be recalled on account ot nil
remarks to Chinese students.
SEA STIRRED BY 'QUAKE
ACAPULC0. Mexico, Sept. 24. .
Two earthquake shocks were felt
here Wednesday. Tlte sea was per
ceptibly agitated by the temblor.
YANKEE IS STILL ASHORE
NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 24.
The cruiser Yankee, which went
ashore at Spindle Rock, has not been
A report had it today that the Met
ropolitan Meat Co. has canceled (ha
contracts which It had made with,
tho Intcr-Isinnd Co. for tho bringing
of, beef cattle hero to (111 tho eon
tracts to supply tjie Pacific Fleet on
its return, This, it was thought,
would Indicate Hint tlio Klcet wan
not going to leturn.
Manager Waller of tho Metropoli
tan stated that no such contract had
been canceled, but that he was going
slow nbout getting tho beef hero on
account of the rumors to the effect
that tho Fleet was hot coming back.
Ho had, however, received no ofllclnt
advices or even hints tn that effect.
no fenr that ho will suffer serious
LlltinVl UV.11 l". I IIU VIM JIU I tlklt'll mi'-
lected is tho Halcnkala Ranch Com
pany ot Maul.
This corporation-contribution bus
iness Is rather (implicated In somo
respects nnd may go farther than li
Sccrctnry llonnpnrto in his letter
Is understood to admit tho doubt In-'
volved In tho lnw which does not spe
cifically mention Territories and Ter
ritorial Dclcgnto dictions. Hut ho
bases his instructions on tho belief
(Continued on Page 4.) ,
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