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VOL. X. NO. 4130
!2 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13 1908-12 PAGES
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CRUISERS FOUND NO
, COAL AT PAGOPAGO
HAD QUIET CRUISE
TO SAMOAN WATERS
Will Leave Here As Soon
As Coaling Is
After bring del.! ml nt Pugop.tgo
liy :iu absence of co.il and tliu late
ness ot two llrltlsh colliers In arriv
ing, iiml looking none too clean ut
tlie water-line, tliu Kind Division uC
tlio Pacific Fleet urilvcd In port nt
11 o'clock this morning. Tour cruls- A WreCK8 message, received direct Captain Itees with Uent. Common
(is, the West Virginia. Milrjlond, t t(l0 N-llV!l station last night, stat-'der M0303 went aboard the flagship
PcuiiBjlvanla, nnd South Dakota, C() tnat t10 crulscis would ho In liy as soon as she c.imo alongside. Mrs.
nailed from Samoa on Sunday, tho n u-cIoclc, and the West Virginia Swlnhmne, wife of tho Admlial. was
4lh, towing the Preble, Perry, Stow- wn, ,lclliniy coming nlongBldo at given the pilvllego of tho wharf, and
art, and Hull. Ab they came In ,mt tmei However, the eight ves- wont nboiril nt once, also,
sight from the Bouth this morning, 'BCSi n xtn$w their own Bteam, vverol An invasion ot Pake laundrjmen,
tho cruiser Colorndo, which comes
from Sun 1'rantlsco to Jqln tho Fleet
here, arrived off Diamond Head, and
was coming along Wnlklkl us tho
West Virginia entered tho hurlxr.
Their' stay Will be little 'louget lhau
Is necessary for the coaling.
No Coal in Samoa
On ai rival at Samoa, It was found
Hint coal laid run short, and what llt
lli) coal there was available was well
washed out by rains. Two llrltlsh
uilllerH from Glasgow, tho Strathyie
mid Strnthlne, were expected to nr
ilve with about 0000 tons each. The
Strathyre arrived in a short time,
and the first division with tho South
Dakota Vtero coaled fiom her, Tho
Strnthlno arrived only on tho 4tli,
tho day that this llrst division with
the South Dakota left Pagopago. Tho
supposition is that coaling operations
took three dnjs, and the other thrco
riulsers with the ileatrojeia nro fol
lowing three dajs behind on this ile
Trouble in Towing
The Porrywas tho only nno of tho
four destrojers now In port that did
not pait a tow lino In coming up
from Samoa. Tho Preble, which was
being towed by tho West Virginia,
was mil lft again and again, and tho
tow lino ot tho llngshli was almost
The destrojetB ob well ns tho crulv
era looked pretty foul nt tho vvalor
II no ns thuy c.uno Into the harbor,
and woro tho least bit unwieldy in
docking, suggesting barnacles nnd
much "grass" on tho steel bottoms.
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Ugn(e(i t BHortly nfter 9 thla morn
Ing, to tho southward. liy 10:30
they, with the Coloiado wcro off port.
Very fow people thought It worth
lvhlle to, go-to the wntorfront to sco
tho cruisers dock. In fact, thoio
was hardly a suggestion of the crowd
which saw this Fleet come Into port
during tho September visit. The de-
stio)cra c.uno into the harbor first,
nnd wero tied up nt tho Naval slip
and ut tho Ilnckfnld wharf, whero
tho Stewart lay for about iln hour.
Thomas in the Way
There had been some plan of put
ting the West Virginia at the Ocean
ic wharf, which was abandoned be
cause of tho picsenco of tho Thomas
theic, filling all tho available space.
Tho Thomas, duo to sail at 3 o'clock,
was n factor that had to bo counted
In, nnd this wharf was not called Into
any use, though coal has been piled
Tho West Virginia led tho way Into
the harbor, coming ulongsldo the Ala
ken wharf. Tho usual salute of Bevcn
guns was filed for Captain Hoes, com
mandant nt tho Naval Stntlon, In ro
sponso to tho saluto for. Admiral
Swinburne. The Mai land also camu
In to tho Alnkea whaif, 11 Ing from
her foio peak tho red pennant which
sho holds iih the crack gunnery ship
of tho Navy. The Pouns!vnnla and
tho Colorndo at tho Naval wharf com
plete tho docking plan of the cruls
cis. Tho Stowurt Is nt tho foot of
the Alakca slln. and the other de-
strojers In berths In tuo lo. i ravai
' (m3 see our Men's'CIolEHTP
you'll WANT it. You see
what you are buying, when
you get it on, and the label
tells you that it is made in the
latest correct New York fash
ion. The Kash Co.
Fort and Hotel Sts,
ADMIRAL SWINBURNE'S DIVISION ARRIVES IN
who ilimbcd onto tho wharf from
REAR ADMIRAL SWINBURNE.
tho lower end, was successfully dealt
with by tT-ntiles from tho Bhipa and
by Lieut. 1'ay'a gallant marines. This
Is tho second time that tho daring ot
tho Pake laundry bollcttor has endan
gered the pence and quiet of tho Uni
ted States Navy in this port.
The Correct Explanation
Tho correct explanation of tho do
lay of tho Fleet In arilvlng here was
publlshpd in the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n exclu
sively some dajs ago. It appears that
a table received 111 regard to Urea In
the bunkers ot tho Solnce, which was
lead us meaning that tho Solace
would not sail for this placo until
tho 4th, wits actually two messages,
in one, that tho Solace had had a
fire, and thnt "the Fleet would sail
for this port on tho 4th Inst. This
was actually the case, as was surmis
ed at the time tho theory was pub
lished. Fire Not Serious
It seems that this flro was not se
rious, nccoullng to statements mado
on board the ships today. The Sol-
Gives a record of all the Presiden
tial elections from 1789.
Map and statistics showing how the
different States voted in 1904, with
number of electoral and popular votes
of each State, then and now.
ASK FOR THIS BOOK AT THE IN
SURANCE DEPARTMENT of the
923 FORT ST.
nio Is coming on with the remainder
of the cruisers.
The Fleet, on leaving here. Is ex
pected to go to San Diego for sup
plies, nnd from there to Mugdalcna,
but ns arrival In Mtigdiilena has been
set for the 30th, It Is not certain but
thnt they will go direct fiom hero to
Owing to tho delay in leaving Pago
Pago, tho cruisers did not maneuver
on the way uo Ivniu The torpedo
boais th3 morning, aftei thuy wero
cast off, went through some evolutions,
but tho crulscis came right along In
looso formation until they arrived off
f Republican Pauoa.
-f Democratic Iwllcl. -f
f Labor-Homo Ilult King (Street
and Kamehameha Schools. -f
BAND CONCERT AND
DANCE AT THE YOUNG
IN H0N0R0F FLEET
X band concert, followed by an Im
promptu dance, will be given tonight
ut tho Alexander Young Hotel in honor
of tho Pacific Fleet, to which the public
IB cordially invited. The famous Kaal
quintet club will furntBh tho music
Following is tho-band program.
Overture "Comedy" nela
March "Hiingnilau" llllton
Waltz "My Lady Love" LUIdlo
Selection "Tho Valkjrlo" ..Wagner
Vocal Hawaiian songs . ar. by Dcrger
Selection "Cnvallerla Rustlcuna". .
(n) "A Waltz Dream" (by re
(b) "Mexican Isses" Roberts
March "Old ralthful" Holzmau
"The Star Spangled Banner."
It Is reported thnt II. P. Baldwin
has paid into lourt the $650 which
Administrator Knpu was ordered lo
pay In the Cooper estate case, Kepit
thereby being purged of contempt.
This Is a case Involving cluigoa
against County Attorney Kalun.
The Best Thing Yet. Ask
for it at our Soda Fountain.
Drug Co., Ltd.
Our men on the wagon handle all
parcels with infinite care. Let them
Oeoige Kaea, tho candidate foi Re,)
tvseiitatlvu on tho Republican ticket,
intends to htty put, ut least as long
as lie It nblo to do so. He refuses to
.vlcld to the soft mtieatlea of the par
ty lead ins, and this morning delivered
his ultimatum to that effect- to Clmli
man AtkliiEun of the Central Commit
The resolution pastod by tho Hopuh
Mean Ceutial Committee this after
noon In tho m ittcr of tho candidacy of
George Kaea first of all. In n preamble,
sets forth the police record of Kaea
and gives a resume of tho principles
which tho party stands for. It then
compares tho two, comes to the In
evitable conclusion that they arc In
compatible, nnd arrives ut Its decision
repudiating Kaea as a candidate of
the Hcpubllcan party. It finally calls
on tho County Committee to select a
new candidate to fllj the vncancy.
An enort Is now bclnv made to get
the County Committee together this
afternoon, when Kaea's successor will
Hot Interview Caused
By Makiki Tenement
Tho matter of tho new Makikt labor
camps jtsterilay afternoon led to a
very spirited tot In between Sheriff
Inukca uud Attoina- A.hfnrd, who
culled upon tho foimer ut tho police
station as the head of a committee of
tho Kunhumami Improvement Club. It
appears that Ashford wanted tho Sher
iff lo arrest tho men engaged In tho
construction of tho objectionable build
ings, but tliu Sheriff 'declined to tako
tho responsibility, holding that under
tho new ordinance, under which such
steps nro taken, the defendants could
not bo rc-nnested before the case
under which they aro now held, had
been decided. Ashford Insisted, and
tho Sheriff told him that tho demand
ho was making was an Improper one,
and tho Interview finally ended with
tho withdrawal of Ashford In anger,
followed by tho two other members of
tho committee. Inukca afterwards saw
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 13.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.95
cents, or $79. per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.98 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 9 3-4d.
Parity, 4.06 cents, Previous quota
tion, 9s. 9d.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave yonr order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15,
We shall keep open every even
ing till 11 o'clock.
A-Litt le-At-A-Ti me
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET. .
Koreans Killed By
SEOUL, Korea, Oct. 13. A band of Japanese Gendarmes at Cholado
killed 22 members of a pro-Japanese Korean order. These men were mis
taken for bandits. A thorough investigation of the incident will be made.
m i i i i
Hawaii Cases In
US. Supreme Court
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 13. Attorney General Hcmenway of
the Territory of Hawaii has arrived hcic to appear before the Supreme
Court. The Hawaiian cases will be taken up within the fortnight.
DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 13. In fie Pral series to determine the
world's championship, the Detroit tcim to Jay lost the fourth game.
ocorc; ucuou u, mcugo o. mis gives v,nicue,o mree oi me lour games.
BASSETERRE, Guadeloupe, West Indies, Oct. 13. Rain and ashes
are falling at Guadeloupe. It is known that this volcanic demonstration
is not from the crater of Souffriere.
EARTHQUAKE AT SALT LAKE
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Oct. 13. An earthquake was recorded here
at 10:22 last night
FITZMAURICE IS IN CABINET
LONDON, England, Oct. 13.
in uic anusa uauinei.
TltvPT.TV flnrmanv flf Ifl T
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international races went out to sea.
car or its occupants.
Says A. L. C. Atkinson
"Tho conditionals really serious."
This statement was given out thla
morning by Chairman A. L. C. Atkin
son, before Ills departure for Hawaii,
where he will work towards getting
the Republican organization Into
line, so that Kulilo will receive ade
"It is of tho utmost Importance to
the business community ot Hawaii
that a Republican Delcgato ho sent
to Congress this term," ho Bald fur
ther. "It Is especially Important nt
this time, ns we know that tho tariff
revision is nt hand. If wo sond a
DON'T LOSE SIGHT OF THE FACT THAT THESE ARE
NOBBY AND UP-TO-DATE, AND THAT THE PRICES are RIGHT
Let us show them to you. ,
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
AND RAIN FALLING
Lord Fitzmaurice has been given a seat O
mmm i- ,,
lm Ai,ai'am Un1tAMM ..l.uJ !- it.-
a mi, jftittbiiiau uauuuu CIUC1CU III UIC
but was rescued with not inim-u tn i,
man thoro who la opposed to every
Intel est here, who Is not In sympathy
with tho ludustiies which are the
backbone of tho country, Congress
will tuko a fall out ot us. It will
drop two or three points off tho sugar
Bthedule, and thon where will we he?
"Tho Territory Is and always will
bo n creature of the tariff, nnd how
an j one having tho interests of the
Territory nt heart can oto for Link
McCaudlcss I fall to understand. I
nm so much interested In the matter
that 1 nm going to Hawaii today'to
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