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Korea Oct. 12
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Siberia Oct. 12
Marama Oct.' 16
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VOL. X. NO. 4129
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. OCTOBER 12 1908-8 PAGES
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IS VITAL FACTOR
(Special lltillctlii Wlrcles)
HILO, llawiill, Oct. 12. (5ov-
eriinr Frcnr was In tho town or
III It t'Hlcnliiy nnd wns asked by
a It ii 1 I c 1 1 n rcpicscut.illva to
give Ills vIgwh on straight-ticket
voting and strict inrtlunslilp.
Gocrnnt' Ficar iiimlo tlio follow- ,
lug stutcnitnt of his lews:
"Ah I paid In my speech lit
Anl.i Park, country comes first,
party scyyid, as a matter ot
"TlifTi.js not mean tliat par-
ty should bo ignored or Unit flic
voter should wlcct fioni Um ilir-
fcrcnt parties tlio bes t men
viewed up Indhldu iln.
"I'.irtles arc neicMs.iry and do-
slrnhlc In rcprccntnllxo govern-
"Team woik Is csscntlil to
accomplish pr.u.tlcnl results.
AccnrdlnRly In politics ns well
ns business It Is often necessary
to select nnd ite for men wlin
by working together cm no-
compllsh deshud results oven
though they arc not men who
might bo preferred as Individ-
HALF THE FLEET
"Wo must stand firmly against these
forces of evil. Wo must learlcssly let 4.
It bo known that nj Christians ve are g
tor rignt ami nnnemy, aim lor men . . W.,HW r - .,.. !
dence; Liliha and Wyllie.
Labor-H. R.: Fauoa.
"Of course, theio may bo men
on Hi'! p.nty ticket who should
not bo voted fur either for tho
Rood of tho country or imity,
$ hut Just where the lino should
bo drawn Is a matter for 1 nil 1-
Theory of Delay In Date
Of Sailing Seems
Tho theory ndvnnced In the II ill -I
c 1 1 11 Inst week that a rather cryp
tic cahlcKinni received In regard to
a tiro In tho bunkers ot the Solaco
ought to huvo been read that thin
event lola)cd tho Wholo Fleet. In-(liat ,, (helr (llv
sicau or tnat it merely uein)eci tno "Wo liavo hnd reform here, nnd good
Sr.lnnn In unllln,- fnr- tfila tinri Bnarnn 1 Mn.lr l.n K... .!..... I... .... ul.nrlff
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111 uu UUI11U UUI uy UIU lUVb iliui iliu iiiii-u, mill iit. u.-ni-i.i'n Hill OU,nilk
ricct Is to nrrlvo tomorrow nt noon,1'" hl 1"o "tainl for l.iw and onler.
nccordlng to wireless messaues rc-,Wo ""'f,1 J1"1 1,u nfr"J,! to lrl u ,uo
i...i U.7.. .!,. -ii.t it.- t..i...i,.. 'known that v,v, ns mlnlRlcrs, are for
eclved Saturday nlKht nt the Kahuku , covernmenl ,, Hl0 cnrorccnlcnt
slntlonfor the commandant at tho,of tno nvi. u i. ()t a tlmo for a
Naval Station. In case this theory j question of part) or polities, but each
nno siioiiiii usu nis itiniience lor ngin,
Rood Rorcrnmeut nnd thi best man.
An American Judge said tho other
day: 'Yes, I slinll supiHirt him, as lie
Is a man that wo can trust.'
"Wo want to conio out boldly for
honesty, reform against Uco, nnd tho
enforcement of tho laws of our land,
"To every member of this Associa
tion, I say earnestly, stand by a man
who has done his work faithfully, nho
boltevos In law and tho solemn obliga
tion of his oath of'ofllre."
Tho aboTO Is nn extract of n siiccch
which .Thwlnc made before tho Oaliu
Association at lis meeting last Satur-
BOTH PARTIES HAVE
Appearance of Donkey
On Sky Greatly Cheers
Falama Pumping Station,
('alios A. I.oiik, tho Independent can
didate for County Attorney, this after
noon (licit his nomtuulliin pnpnrr. Tho
signatures thereon wito ns follows:
Win. A. Hall, Jcsso I. Mnkalnnl,
Robert I. Collnirn, Chas. A. ltejnolds,
.1. r. Colbiiru, H. M. Knmulcjii, J. It.
Nnkook U A. C. l'.iilsh, Wnllor 0.
Hmlth, ('. H. I.nun, Sol. Ilanohano, I, In
A. Dickey. Win. I,. Welsh, John M.uk
ham, II. n. Slnipsou, D.nld 1'. Handle,
i:. It. Collins. IIiikIi Itobertsoii. C. W.
Ashlord, .1. M. Monsuri.it, I'. C. Kiioh,
J. W. Smithies, John K. Isaac, A. Kn
Iclkau, Win. C. lloluo, II, T. Ilmtol
iiuinn, Levi llnkcni, C. 12. Ilendrlck,
.liiinos A, Wllllnms, I2iiK. I. McCnnn,
12. O. Dunn, Tims, (landall, Dan Ka
wnlkoa, Krncst Helue. 12. 1). Green,
Goo. M. Ward, 1". C. ICaiis, Glonnnl
A. Long, John A. Morgan, M. 1', Kelly,
E, h, Wnrd, .Inmes Knopiin, .1. C,
Crowdcr, U. N. Gay, Moses I,. Kaal
kmihi, C .11. Mnllo, K. I.ulkl, Sum Kan
liclo. W. II. Knlllmiil. Joseph M. Ka-
hakau. Win. I.aa, .Ino. I. Knhabnwal,
Geo. If. KmilinnknoU'. If. I. Holno,
Dan Knmnkn, A, Jncobsen nnd Dr.
Jno. I. Cow es.
wero correct, tho tlmo ot nrrlvnl at
tomorrow noon would allow for h
vojago at regular cruising speed. Hut
half of the Fleet, with tho destroyers
being towed, will nrrlvo tomorrow,
tho rest being on Sunday morning
threo dajs behind. In case thoso" be
hind nrn steaming rapidly In order to
catch up, It Is calculated that they
may nrrlvo hero but two dns to the
bad, or sonio tlmo on Thursday.
Ilcsldcs a mass of official messages,
which are now passing constantly
between tho Fleet and tho Naval
(Slatlon, two dennllo announcements
in. regain to tlio arrival wero re
At 10 o'clock Saturday evening tho
operator nt Ilarber's' Point caught a
fragmentary message from Admiral
Snlnbumo of tho Pacific Fleet, on-
(Coatinned on Fata 4)
I'er 1. M. S S. Korea, SandbcrR,
from Han Francisco, Oct, 12. M,
Adniiis, W. G. Atkins, Miss 12lsa llehr,
Jess llutot. II W. Khlers, W. I.. Tin
rei', Mis. 12. Fi.izlor, Win. GIlllR. .1. V.
Ilaikfcld, J. F. (,'. llngens. .Mis. J. V.
C. IIiiRcns and maid, MUs 12. Herilott,
Dr. W. Hoffman, Mrs. W. llorininn,
Mrs. J. A. Hopper, Miss M. I.. Hoppur,
I'erey Hunter, 12. 0. Keeno, Miss Ko
aloha Kcl elc, F. W. Know Hon. Mrs.
l'minlo KraiiKp. Mlbs Vlolol JMikeo,
Miss I-. Marshall, C. N. Ml'iu, Dr.
C. D SlcCoy. Mrs. C. D. McCllC, W. C.
McGoiiagle. Mrs. W. C. MtGnii.igle, 1,
Nut It r, W. S. OlUor, Mrs. W. H. Oliver,
11, II. l'cnhnllow, Mrs. W II IVriy,
Mrs. J II liajiiKind, Master llnnoy
UdMiinml, Geo. W. Heed, It. W. Itoliln
son, MIbk Mnnilo Hehrmler, J. A. Scott,
Mrs. J. A. Seott. Mis. J. M. Bonnl nnd
inalil, John 12. Sinclair, Mrs. John 12.
Sinclair, It. I Spaiibllng. Di. A. 11.
Talbot. A. It. Traphiigen, H. F. Wlch
mini, O. N. Wilcox, Mrs, W. C? Wilder,
John II. WIImiii Mis. G. M. Wood, Miss
Klbnbulli Wood, Miss I'loienco Wood,
12. IJ. Groet. For Yokohama: If. Ah-
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 12. Sugar:
88 analysis beets, 9s. 9cJ. Parity 4.04
cents. Previous quotation 9s. fi",d.
Gives a record of all the Presiden
tial elections from 1780.
Map and statistics showing: how the
different States votad in 1904, with
number of electoral and popular votes
of each State, then and now.
ASK FOE THIS BOOK AT THE IN
SURANCE DEPARTMENT of the
923 FORT ST.
Made in New Y&rk
The identical styles of
Correct Clothes for Men
Made for fashionable New Yorkers by
day afternoon, A was predicted ox
Qluslvely by tia-.Il.ii tint In. tho nil
dress contained nn open hid for tho
votes ot tho assombled clergymen for
Thwlng's groat friend, laukea.
FOREMAN OF GRAND
., JURY .FINED $10
Dole Fines Dillingham
For Contimpt. Then
PR'iCE 5 CENTS )
By fining Walter Dillingham 110 for
contempt of court. Immediately alter
wards withdrawing tho flue, and then
appointing him foreman of tho Feder
al Grand Jury this morning, Judgo
Sanford U Dole created sonio funny
situations In tho United States District
Court, Dillingham was subpoenaed to
appear as a Grand Juror. Ho did not
appear at tho tlmo specified and Mar
shal Hendry Immediately got busy
with tho telephone.
'Dillingham's whereaboutx could not
ho learned definitely but It was under
stood that ho was down at tho Korea.
Ho was Bent for, and at 10: 45 appeared
In Court. In tho moantlmo tho Grand
Jury had been waiting patiently to bo
Bcforo Walter, tho erring, had ap
peared on tho scono, howavor, Judgo
Dolo Imposed a flno of $10 on him for
contempt of Court, United States
District Attorney IU W. nreckoiiB told
tho Court then that ho was rovcrslng
nimscir, ror ho had mado a dec s on
only tho other day In tho caso of n de
faulting witness requiring affidavits
(Oonrinaed on Pag 5
Ladles should uttend tho demonstra
tlon nt tho Y. W. C. A. rooms tomor
row afternoon und get an Insight to
cooking with gas. Tho affair will bo
freo and tho lesson Instructive
Can be bought only at this
store. The prices are right
I lie KaSll 10., Ltd., and Haberdashers
The Ilcpubllcan party malingers
have decided to hold a meeting each
ocnlng this week, Instead ot having
two meetings every other night, .in
was tho Intention lost week. Tho list
of meetings for tho present wcok Is
Monday, Oct. 12: I'alama Pumrlng
Tuesday, Oct..lS: Pauoa
Wednesday. Oct. 14: Wyllie nnd
Thursday, Oct. IT.: Mollllll.
Friday, Oct. 10: Maunakninnla, ln
Saturday, Oct. 17: Aula Park.
The Democrats nave orrnripu
their list or meetings lor tlio no:
two weeks as follows:
Fourth District Monday, Oct. 12,
Joo Aea's (1); Tuesday, Oct. 13. ifa
kaako (2); Wednesday, Oct. 14. Ki
mnllllll (1); Thursday, Oct. 1-'.,
Punchbowl (2); Frlday,.Oct. 16, Pau
oa (1); Saturday, Oct. 17, Kmniu
Square (2); Monday, Oct. 19. Joe
Aea's (2): Tuesday, Oct. 20, Kamol
lllll (2); Wednesday, Oct. 21, Kaka
ako (1); Thursday, Oct. 22, Punch
bowl (1); J'rlday, Oct. 23, Pauoa
(2); Saturday, Oct. 24, Emma Square
Fifth District Monday, Oct. 12.
I.lllhn and Wyllie (2); Tuesday, Oct.
13, Iwilel (1); Wednesday, Oct. 14,
Ulllbn and School (2); Thursday.Oct,
15, Kalihl Camp (1); Friday, Oct.
1G, F. It. Harvey (2); Saturday, Oct.
17, Palama. Junction .(1); Monday,
Oct, 19, Moanalua (1); Tuesday, Oct.
20, Llllha und Wyllie (1): Wednes
day, Oct. 21, Llllha and School (1);
Thursday, Oct. 22, Kalihl Camp (2);
Friday, Oct. 23, F. It. Harvey (1);
Saturday, Oct, 24, Palnma Junction
Tho figures attached to tho meet
ing places Indicate which ot two
groups of candidates aro io speak
there. These groups aro as follows:
Group 1 B. M. Watson, II. T.
Moore, H. N. Crabbe, W. II. McClel-
Ian, A. V. Peters, Wm. P. Jnrrctt,
Charles H, Hose, It. H. Trent, W, S.
Group 2 F. It. Harvoy, J. J, Fern,
Edward Ingham, Joseph If, Kuliln, J.
K. Paolo, M. K. Sllvn, J, C. Andorson,
Georgo K. Lowe.
(OonHnned on Pag 8)
WAR CREDIT PASSED
BELGRADE. Servia. Oct. 12. Parliament today voted a war credit
of three millions two hundred thousand dollars.
Britain Expects Peace
LONDON. Enuland. Oct. 12. The British Parliament met .today."
Premier Asquith in his opening address expressed the hope that the low
ers would preserve peace in the BalKans.
DETROIT WINS ONE
CHICAGO, II., Oct. 12. The third game in the scries for tho world a j
Ko1i1l ntmmninnthin uni nlavnl tnrlnv. Score: ClllCtllTO J. JJCirOIl O,
m i ii i m
LONDON. England, Oct. 12. Ernest Barry won the world's clum-T
pionship scnlline race today, defeating uconjc uowns oi Ausiraim.
THAW STILL JNSANE
wwitk pt.ainb. N. Y.. Oct. 12. Harrv Thaw was today recommit?
ted to the Matteawan Asylum for the criminal insane. Thaw was broughtl
UCIUIC WC Willi, 1W uoiMUiiiifc mi ti.J.
tm ' -ST.
PETERSBURG CHOLERA RECORD
RT. PETERSBURG. Russia. Oct. 12. Sixtv-five new cases of cholera!
and twcnty.four deaths have been renorted in the last twenty-four 'hoursTl
RUSSIAN CRUISER IS AGROUND - ' :
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. - . m ' 1.
LIBAU. Russia, Oct. 12. The Russian cruiser Ulig is RSTOunu. .-v
CRETE NOW UNITED WITH GREECE
Take Home a Package of
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CANEA, Crete, Oot. 12. The P arliament of Crete today formally vo
ted a union with Greece.
APATHY CONTROLS HAWAII
(Special Ttnllot I n Wireless) ' !
1111,0, Hawaii, bet. 10. I'rei.eul luil lc.it fniiH mo that Mc- -H
Candless will carry the Island or Hawaii, tho IIoiuo HiiIoih 'cvp-ljttj
Ing tho County offices. There Is iiLmiIuIo Republican "l"1"!!
among plantation mon, with tho ecoiillim of C, C. Kennedy. 5"1
Hllo business men seem Indllfercrt Tl u County Committee ls'A?
dead berauso ot a lack of funds.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave yonr order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Our men on the wagon handle all
parcels with infinite care. Let them
. MESSENGER SERVICE C
We shall keep open every even
ing nil 11 oolock.
First Wireless Is
Sent To the Coast
"HONOLULU. Oct. 10. 1008. ,n,J
"SCRIPPS, San Francisco:
"Governor Frear sends Aloha to the Paoifio Coast through UnitCdl
Press Association, by Wireless Telegraph Company of Hawaii. ' t$j
Abovo is the first ronsccutlvo mes-
sago to bo Hashed across tho 2100
miles of Intervening space from thesn
Islands to San Francisco. It was sent
from Kahuku last Saturday evening,
was O. K.'d at S.m Francisco, nnd
lepe.ilcil to Knhuku, chocking; per
fectly. It iniitkH tho first actual con ill
mil n lent Ion with tho Coast by wlio-
Icss, working both wajs. Scraps "of;
talk liavo boon heard, and mobsago
(Continued on Page 5)
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