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VOL. X. NO. 41 3 J
lO PAGESr HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 14 1908-IO PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
FLEET REMAINS TILL NEXT THURSDAY
MIKADO URGES PEACE AND INDUSTRY
' ' -! Illll I I II II . ..I p . .. ,1 1 -IH ., n. . n .,... ..Ml ., I I - Ill '
. In A Month
For Blxty days before election lliotu
can bo no one hired for tho work tit
I'carl Harbor, neeoidliiK to u law
against Ilia employment, of men by
the government dining surh n pciiud.
Hut grout nctlvlty Is expected to fob
low tlui arrival of Admiral llollyday
in Washington at tliu lam or tho
montli, nnd things will probably bo
booming at I'carl Harbor by Novem
At present, all the men that may bo
taken on before tbat tlmu aro on, but
iictlo employment of .many of thoso
listed will mark tbo beginning of big
activity at about tho inbbllu of tho
It Is understood Hint on arrival In
Washington, Admiral Hull) day will
bring niattcrti before, tbo Secretary of
tlio Navy In such a. way that work
will bo nt onco put forwnid. Allowing
FLEET DDE TO SAIL
FROM HERE ON 22(1
Chairman Oco. V. Smith of tho Fleet Committee, Secretary
Wood, nnd L. Tenney Peck this morning caled upon Admiral
Swinburne. Thoy woro Informed that tho Fleet would sail
Thursday, tho 22d, and that the officers and men would not bo
able to take part In any entertainments until after tho ships had
been coaled and cleaned.
Tho Fleet Committee will therefore go right ahead with Us
plans for tbo general entertainment, I'carl Harbor trip, etc., nr-
ranging these ovents so as to suit tho convenience of tho Fleet.
A meeting of tho Hxecutlvo Committee together with tho sub-
committees has been called to tnko plaro tomorrow afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at tho Chamber of Commcrco rooms to scttlo on thu
details of tho plans.
fl'ho coaling operations of tbo ships
began within a vory short tlmo after
thoy eamo alongside tho wharves yes
terday. They are all In nt tho docks,
tho moving of tho Thomas at 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon making
the Oieanle dock as well as the, Ala-
Ilep. Wylllo and Lllllm.
Deui. I.lllha and School.
11. ll.-I.abor Nlolop.i.
rmvA)Af wrJfI 1
u fortnight for n letter to nrrlvo hero
Irom Washington, tho big biKim
idioubl bo on by tho Ifilh.
Contract which will bo lot on De
cember first for dredging I'all for work
to bo Commenced at r.nce not when
tho contractor can get Ids plant up
and can pet men shipped hi tho
ground but at onco. All this will
lnnko It necessary for a good deal of
ptcllmlunry work to bo dono at tbo
Ilaibor by tho U. H. people beforo tho
contractors como In and tako hold of
tho work. All of the preliminary pro
ceedings should bo under way within
Tho O. U. & I penplo aro nil ready
to start work on n spur ti.ick to tho
naval station at Pearl Harbor, but
hao not yet broken soil on tho Job.
They will do so probably ns soon as
some definite work Is stinted tbcio by
tho government, or contractors.
ken and Naval wharves available.
Tho destroyers aro through coaling,
but tho process will continue for a
day or luoro yet on tho big ci niseis.
Necessarily, tboro Is nothing doing In
ll'io way of llliuity or tins partlelpa-
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PEARL HARBOR TRIP
The l'earl Harbor trip for tho offi
cers of the Fleet will tako place next
Monday and Tuesday.
mi m i
Tho captain of tho French" cruiser
Catlnnt will call at tho Executive
building this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
and sec our Men's Clothes,
If you get ou u tuit of
you'll WANT it. You see
what you arc buying when
you get it on, and tho label
tells you that it is made in the
latest correct New York fash
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Fort and Hotel Sts. fLim ' ' MESSENGER SERVICE . IIUJip W jV; FORT STREET.. 4 TiftORS BET.OW HOTEL. A
IN PINE TAX CASES
Companies Take Differ
ent View and Con
test Will Follow
Tax Assessor Chas. T. Wilder, by
tho Attorney (tencral, ban tiled hla
Judgments In tho matter of tho as
sessments against tho plnenpplo com
panies. Tho Judgments which wcro
tiled this morning wero in piirsunnco
of tho Tcriltory's Interpretation of
tho recent decision of tho Supremo
Court, and they will undoubtedly be
tnnlested by tbo uttornejs for tho
j I.. A. Thurston stated several days
,iiB that ho would contest tho Judg
ments if thoy wcio II led, Including nil
growing outsldo of tho forty exempt
ed acres. .Mr. Thurston claims, and
it Is tho contention of tho pineapple
companies, that glowing crops aro
exempt from taxation.
Tho Judgments uro as follows:
Pineapple Co $ S8,R7i".0ft
Ilawn. Pineapple Cc 118,01)4.00
l'earl City Fruit Co C(),19r..00
Honolulu Packing Co. .. 23.12G.00
Hnlkul Fruit & I'kg. Co. 1!),204.00
Kaiial.Frult & hand Co. . 17.3n2.30
Illlo Fruit Co 19,700.00
Japanese Association Has
'Mixed In Wage
Tho Japanese Hetiill Merchants' As
sociation called on Japanese Consul
Ujcno )esterdny afternoon and pro
scntcil a resolution passed by that or
ganization demanding an Immediate
lucreaso of tbo wages of tbo Jnpaucso
laborers on tho sugar plantations.
(J. Negoio Is acting its counsel fo
tho association nnd is a strong ailvo
cnto of tho movement, hnvlng contrlb
tiled his vlows to tho Japanese press
on tho subject.
Chief Secretary Tsiichlyn of tho
Japanese Consulate (leneral this after
noon siibl of tho petition: "Consul
General IJyeno said that ho had noth
lug to do with affairs between tho em
ployees and employers. That Is n
matter entirely out of his Jurisdiction.
Ho will not Interfere ono way or tho
Victoria, II. C, Sept. 27. Mall
advices from Toklo stato that Sir
Claude Macdonald, llrltlsh Ambassa
dor, has given notice to tho Japanese
Government of tho withdrawal of
Queensland from tho oporntlon of tho
Anglo-Jnpancso commercial treaty.
Tho treaty will become void us be
tween Japan and Queensland after
July 31st next.
W. II. Donnhuo succeeds Drown hh
illstilct attorney of Alameda county.
Want you to know
how we conduot our
executive and ad
ness. A responsible, honest corporation is
the safest executor to have, A single
man may MEAN well, but
023 FORT ST.
3ci3 iriKtlnltri TERRITORIAL I HAnn A A 1 lUIIUIUVlllt VI J JIIVV VUn L.IU. I O,
WISE SAVED FROM
ARREST JJY IAUKEA
Sheriff Persuades Manuel
To Drop Assault
Shcilff latiken this afternoon saved
John Wlte, his rival for tho honors
of Sheriff, from the Indignity of be
ing nriested. A Hawaiian, named
David Manuel, appeared at the pollco
station this afternoon, and had a war
rant prepared for the arrest of WIho
on a charge of assault pud battery,
alleged to have taken pinto Just after
tho I'auoa meeting.
I Manuel says that he was discussing
Wlso's past record In an unfavorable
manner, without being aware, how
ever, of tho fact that Wise was right
behind him and could hear what lin
said. Manuel hail Just stated that
Wlso was mi Actil man, when, ho
says, he wan grabbed b Wlso, who
'struck him ou the Jaw
As the warrant was being piepar
ed, .laukea arrived In the ofllco ami
ou learning what tho matter was ho
reasoned with tho complainant mid
finally persuaded him to drop tho
BECKLEY HAKES HOT
SOAP m ORATORY
"Vote for good, honebt, ami relia
ble Hiiwallans ou election day. It
matters not what party they belong
to. Let us provo to troso. nt Wash
ington that wn llnw'allv. aro v'tually
coinpctent to hold the l.'overiimuit of
fices ns tho hnolcs."
Fred. K. llecklcy, official Hawailar
Interpreter of tho Judiciary Depart
ment, made tho foregoing statement
this afternoon from tho soap-box, cor
ner of King and llethcl streets.
Ills presenco on tho battlefield
brought many people to tho scene. Ho
dwelt on many subjects, describing
tho qualifications of various candi
dates of different parties.
Among other things, ho said that
Arhl was tho most Intelligent cnndl-
lilato for Mayor Fern possessed good
repute, whllo Lane was after tho of
jllco of Mayor because ho was Instru
mental In bringing about municipal
government. I.ano was a good-looking
man and would attract tho young
Judging from the tenor of his
speech, llecklcy Is rather In fnvor of
voting for HawnllaiiK In preference to
llanles. Ho denounced Kubto because,
ho represented a few people. Me
Candlcss would not work for tho ben
efit of the llnwalliins, because ho has
not been proven to the satisfaction of
SAN FRAUniSntV Halif n.t 14
SUGAR: Beets. 88 analysis 9s. 10i2d',
Paritv. 4.07 rents. Pnvinn mmto.
Hon, '9s. 9d.
Mis. Peler Haines saya husband's
brother loved her anil started falso
stories out or rovenge.
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP.
PING leave yonr order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO.
The Best Thine; Yet. Ask
for it at our Soda Fountain.
Drug Co., Ltd.
Our men on the wagon handle nil
parcels with infinite care. Let them
CALLS INFOR COAL
Cruiser Flying Tricolor
Drops Anchor In
U 8 o'clock this morning, the
French armored cruiser Cntlnat drop
tied anchor In the harbor, having com
pleteil tbo run hero from Tahiti in
nine days, Tho cruiser will He hero
for ten das, taking on co.il In the
meant line, and will then continue on
to Kan Francisco.
Tho Catlnnt Is commanded by Com
modoro Iluchard and Is one of tho
older ships of the French navy, hav
ing been built about ten years ugo.
Sho carries a crow of 400 officers nnd
men nnd Is of -1000 tonu burden.
Cnpt. Ilccs, the commandant of tho
Naval Station, called on Commodore
Iluchard this morning nnd the usual
courtesies were exchanged. This aft
ernoon Commodoro Iluchard will
make his call upon Admiral Hwln
burnc. Tho Catlnnt will tako on board 400
tons (if coal. Coaling will roinmenro
on Tuesday next. The voyage from
Tahiti hero was devoid of Incident,
though tho officers of tho Catlnnt say
that they buffered from extrcmo heat
during two days of "tho trip.
Husband Alleged Deser
tion; Admitted Guilt
Of It Himself
When a nnn lir'ni suit against lib
wlfu on tho grouu.I that : I o deserted
his bed and board without duo Justlll
cation, and then, on tho witness stand
under oath, states Hint It was he who
loft his wife. It Is tlmo to call a halt
In proceedings that would seemingly
bring about n speedy dlvorco. Ami
that Is exactly what Judge Lindsay,
In tho suit of Thomas Pedro nguliHt
Agnes Pedro, did this morning, when
ho dismissed tho libel and reurlnrind
cd tho man for taking up thu tlmo of
In his libel for divorce, Thomas
Pedro alleges that his wlfo left him
a considerable tlmo ago and has failed
to return, and It was on tho grounds
of desertion that ho petitioned tho
Court to bo allowed nil absolute docro
of dlvorco from his wlfo. Then on tho
ultness stand this morning, ho admit
ted that It was ho who left his wlf..
soino twclvo yenrs ago. Judgo Llnd
say Immediately culled n halt In tho
proceedings, and dismissed tho libel
for dlvorco on tho ground that tho man
had been guilty of that which ho al
leged against his wife.
In tho matter of I.lmauul vs. I.lnin
nul, Judgo Lindsay this morning grant
nl tho wlfo S3 per week temporary alb
mony, 913 costs, nnd 12!". for nttorncy
lees, 'llio latter went to J. M. Mon
snrrat. Independent candidate for
Mystery surrounds poisoning of 150
25c, 35c, GOc, and 75o. .
DINNER 50c and 75c.
J. Hopp & Co.,
DETROIT, Mich,, Oct. 14. The
the world's chamnionshin todav in
score was Detroit 0, Chicago 2. Chicago made ten hits and the Dctroits
three. The came was without an error. The batteries were Overall and
Kling for Chicago, Donovan and Sch midt for Detroit. Overall struck out
ten men. Detroit has won only on:
Japan's Emperor For
Peace and Industry
YOKOHAMA. Japan. Oct. 14. The Emperor of Japan has issued an
Imperial rescript in which he urges that the people maintain friendly re
lations with other nations, and devote their attention to the promotion
-i. i i
' CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Oct. 14. Austria has not consented to
join in 'the" conference of the Powers to preserve peace in the Balkans. - -
NEWMARKET. Eng., Oct. 14. Langtry won the $100,000. race here
today, followed by Yontai and Czarwitch.
m i mtm i m
SPANISH BALLOON RESCUED
C0XHAVEN, Germany. Oct. 14.Tlie Spanish balloon that was blown
out to sea has been rescued.
Part Drops Kasa; S. P.
Maielua Succeeds Him
Whereas ono, Oeorgo Kea was on
tho 19th day of September nominated
by tho Itepubllcan Convention ns it
candidate for fteprcsontatlva to tho
Legislature from tho Fifth District of
the Territory of Hawaii;
And Whoroas, at tho tlmo of said
nomination tho character and reputa
tion of tho said Oeorgo Kaca was un
known lo (ho majority of tho members
of tho said convention, ho being sup
posed to bo a man of good character;
And Whereas, slnco tho said nom
ination It has become known to thu
Kxecullvo Commuted of tho Territor
ial Central Committed of tho ltopuhll
can Party of Hawaii that tho Bald
Convention wns decched by tho said
Oeorgo Kaen, nnd Hint ho Is of bad I
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
Chicago National League team won
the final came of the scries. The
character ami notorious reputatolu,
having in the past fourteen jcars been
beforo tho Pollco Court of tho Dlstrlrt
of Honolulu not less than twcnly-thren
times, nnd convicted on eighteen of
said occasions of many criminal of
fenses, including affray, ussault and
battery, wlfo beating, drunkenness,
gambling, vagrancy nnd conducting
niul maintaining gambling games;
And Whereas, tho Itepubllcan Party
Is ono of high Ideals, affording no
loom for professional law-breakers,
nnd It Is Inconsistent with tho dignity
of tho Itopubllcnn Pnrty and tho wci
faio of tho Territory of Hawnlt that
a man of tho character which tho said
Oeorgo Kaon Is known to possess
should ho a candidate for Itcprcscntn
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