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OCEANIC BOATS WILL NOT RESUME RUN
EDITOR JAILED FOR LIBELING WILFLEY
Board To Locate
With the punitive announcement I
tlint the headquarters, iiauil, nml two
full squadrons of tlio Fifth United
Stiites Cavalry will arrive hero early .
in January, with a company of the
United States KuRlnccr Corps nl
icndy on the ground, and with tho
appointment of board of officers to
ronvenc here nntl arrange for build-'
Inss to linuso tho Increased garrison
promised, It begins to look ns though
tho tlmo when tho Island of Onhu
will bn one of tho great military
strongholds of tho win Id Is not fur.
The War Department authorities
have been busy of lato making tho
necessary plans for the establishment
anil housing of the garrison and al
ready Army people on tho mainland
arc beginning tu looU forward to de
tails in this Island paradise. That
the authorities will not wait for tho
completion of permanent quarters be
fore sending tho troops here, seems
certain from tho orders Issued to tho
board of officers nppolnted.
In speaking of the matter tho Son
Fruncisco Chronicle of November 7
"Tho contemplation of tho largo
Army post In tho Hawaiian islands
Is creating much Interesting com
ment In Army circles,
"While tho matter lias been In
contemplation for noino time by tho
linVcra that bo at Washington, tho
appointment recently of a board of
officers for tho purposo of inspection
and recommendation brings the
probability close at hand.
Farm Specialist To
Study Soil At Kau
Governor Froar Is completing ar
rangement with Dr. Wilcox, of tho
Experiment Station, to send a man to
Kau, llawjill, to inspect certain lands
which hao been applied for there by
a number of old Hawnllnns. Tho man
who will bo sent will mako a careful
ttudy of tho land which Is to bo given
out by tho Government, with a view
Inwards finding out exactly what sort
of products will thrive best in that
particular kind of soli
When Governor Frenr returned from
Ills trip around the Islands with Mr.
Newell, lie stated that ho had noticed
that thern wcro n number of people
In outlying districts who really did not
"$n.Jnfo" Ctniird OtA Oujf
The Kash Co.
3:30 EDITION Advertise in
"Colonel Walter Schuyler, com
manding the Fifth Cavalry, which
leaves hero In January for tho Isl
ands, is senior member of the board,
and with him will bo Major Samuel
W. Dunning, who Is in command of
Fort Shatter, II. T., and who hat
served at Atascadero as chief of staff
"It Is expected that the post will
bo one of largo proportions, sustain
ing troops of artillery and Infantry,
as well ns cavalry, tho latter arm to
be the forerunner in tho making of a
"Tho ground at Oahu was declar
ed a military reservation July 20,
1899, and consists of 15,744 acres.
This is divided Into two tracts, tho
first of 1344 acres lying thrco miles
northwest from Honolulu within tho
Kona district, and most favorably
looked upon at the present tlmo as
the site of the new post. It Is with
in easy access of a ccntor, whilo the
larger tract of 14,400 acres, lies
nineteen miles from Honolulu and Is
about thrco miles from the railroad.
Tho land, however. Is thoroughly
adaptablo for military projects, be
ing welt supplied with water and
admirably outlined for maneuvers.
"Tho board in toto comprises Col
onel Schuyler, Major Dunning, Major
Fred. W. Foster, Fifth Cavalry; Cap
tain Charles C. Walcutt, Jr., Fifth
Cavalry; Captain Joseph C. Castner,
quartermaster; Captain Sanford II,
Wndhams, Medical Corps."
That the temporary quarters for
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know how to farm. They planted seed
In unsuitable around.
Tho action of tho Governor In ar
tanging for a farming specialist, a
man who knows from tho scientific
rtnndpolnt exactly what kind of seed
tho different soils demand, wilt mark
a now era for tho small-farmer from
a scientific point of lew. It will be
tho beginning or scientific farming in
Iinil Commissioner Pratt Is ready
to turn tho lands over to these Ha
wnllans, as soon as tho farm special
ist from tho Experiment Station has
made n study of conditions and bolls
Wherever You Go
YOU'LL find that the styles
are governed by the NEW
Why not have your clothes
tailored for you by the Prince
of NEW YORK TAILOHS,
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ter tailored or made of better
material, Call and try on a
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY.OF HAWAII, FBIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1808. 8 PAGES.
ABOUT FISHING BILL
Legislation Proposed By
Moore Will Be
Tho J'ipancso fishermen are anx
ious to know what II. T. Mooro, tho
Senator-elect on tho Democratic ticket.
Intends to do in tho matter of fishing1
tights when the Senate goes into ses
sion. I Moore, it Is said, made a statement
In his speech at Aala park to tho ef
fect that he would. In tho event of
his election, introduco n bill barring
tho Oriental fishermen from fishing in
tho konohlkls and within tho thrco
mllo limit. This news was published
I In the local newspapers and created
'much fc-illng In tho Japanese com
munity. Moore's Intention, It is said, Is to
'prevent tho Japanoso rrom fishing in
tho shore-waters, thereby allowing tho
Hawnllanr, and the American citizens
to make their living by fishing. Dy"
this method, tho Japanese fishermen,
I who nro not citizens, will bo compelled
to go out to deep sea to catch fish.
This sort of bill. It Introduced and
passed bv tho legislature, Is, la tho
opinion of tho Jnpancso community,
discriminating and unjust to them.
Thoy claim that as tney aro constant
ly supplying tho market with flBh, not
only to tho Japanoso, but to tho Ha
wnllans, haoles, l'ortugucso and other
nationalities, thoy should not bo treat
ed llko that.
Tho Japancso further claim that
such a law, if passed ly tho legisla
ture will be declared unconstitutional.
Tho law relative to this matter Is
Iwlna looked Into nnd It Is expected
that a test caso may bo brought In tho
event of the passago of such an act
J. J, Fern, tho mayor-elect, It is
said, was approached by certain Jnp-
aneso and asked what he would do
with roforenco to tho fishing rights o5
tho Japanese. Fern told tho inquirer
to wait until ho had officially become
DANCE AT SEASIDE
Ily Hpeeinl request, a farewell dance.
In honor of tho officers nnd ladles on
board tho Transport Sheridan wilt he
given at the Honolulu Seaside Hotel
this evening. A special dinner on the
open lanal will nlso bo served from
six-thirty until eight. Music ror both
dinner and dancing will he supplied hy
the Kaal Glee Club. A cordial Invita
tion to tho local Army and Navy folk.
and tho friends of tho Seaside Is ex
PARKER WOULD BE
GUARDIAN OF CHILD
Col, Samuel Parker this morning
filed u petition in tho Circuit Court to
bo appointed guardian ad litem of U
lluokalanl Kawunnnakoa, n minor
child of tho late Prince David, in tho
place of Mrs. Abigail Campbell Parker,
See now Htock of men's and hoys'
clothes at Kerr's.
Do You Buy
STOCKS ON THE MARKET .TODAY
THE BRINGING AS HIGH AS 15 t
We have an intimate knowledge of
the stock market, and, as members of
the Honolulu Stock and Bond Ex
change, are fully qualified to act as
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Judgo Dole this afternoon pro
nounced scntenie of death on John
Wynne, nnd February 17, between
the hours of 9 and fi, was named as
the day when the execution should
be cnrrled out,
John Wynne1 was convicted of tho
murder of Knglneer McKlnnnn on
board the oil-steamer Itosccrans, the
deed being committed on Sept, 20th,
1907. Tho Jury which heard the ev
idence In the case brought In a ver
dict of "Guilty as charged" after be
ing out only thlrty-flvc minutes.
Judgo Dole made no comment this
afternoon when ho read the sen
tence of the Court to tho conv!ctd
man, simply saying that he was con
demned to hang by tho neck until
he was dead. He ordered tho United
States Marshal to carry out tho exe
cution. Wynno was almost impas
sive, scarcely showing any nervous
ness when tho sentence of death was
being read to him.
Attorney Frank Thompson will ap
peal. Approximately sixty thousand dol
lars more In taxes havo been collect
cd up to date In tho present year than
was collected in tho corresponding
tlmo for 1907. Figures giving tho
compnratlvo collections nro kept In
tho ofllco of Tax Assossor Chas. T.
Wilder, who states that taxes are com
ing In better than probably over be
fore. Tho total collections for ) ester
day wero $11,133.35.
The total collections for tho year of
1907 up until the night of November
12 wcro $137,270.15, wnllo for tho same
period in 1908 tho collections havo
amounted to $197,482.70. showing an
approximate Incrcaso of $60,000,
Meals servod at nil hour at tho
New England Dakery. Hotel street
VERYBODY ELSE SENDS A
MESSENGER BOY. I WON
DER WHY I NEVER
WHEN I HAD A MESSAGE FOR
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10 to Package 25 Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
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If not at dealer we will tend by
mall to any address upon receipt of
Chairs. Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED. ,
J. Hopp & Co.,
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Mmt.iiMi&:-.k. ;. ... MtA'ihiMkJi .JS'.- tdiuMt
WOULD REVERT TO
THE COMMON LAW
Chief Justice Hartwell
Chief Justico Hartwell has bent it
tirculnr letter to nil tho lawyers nnd
Judges asking that they glvo their
hcrlous consideration to a question
that Is being agitated by him, relative
to tho power of the Supremo Court tu
totally reverse verdicts of the lower
Coutrs. As the law now stands a ver
dict may bo reversed on a mere legal
technicality which nicy or may not ef
fect tho mnln point nt Issue.
Justice Hartwell advocates a revert
ing to tho common law on tho subject,
which Is expressed pretty well In tho
following paragraph from Wlgmore on
The original nnd orthodox Knglish
rule was plain, an erroneous ail mis
sion or rejection of evidence was not
sufficient around for sotting asldo tho
verdict and ordering n new trial un
ions upon all tho evldcnco It appeared
to mo Judges that tho truth had
thereby not been reached."
PLANTERS FEAST AT
A delightful banquet, pervert last
night at tho Alexander Young hqtel,
brought tho annual meeting and con-
fnmnpn tT 4 tin llnutntlnn IMnnlnva. A
soclatlon to a most successful close.
Ninety banqueters -partoot.o( t(ie
spread, and tho occasion was-oaof
tho most, delightful In the -history ot
the association. ,.
Tho chairman of Iho evening was 8.
M. Damon, tho now president of the
fianru-laf Inn Vnn kin. ,,l . ...!...
-.ww........,,, ,uni ...in p, n uiiiuuer
of the most prominent citizens of tho
lerruory.. including tiovcrnor Krear,
Judgo Dole, Secretary Mott-Bmlth and
others. In addition tn the speeches
and toasts thero wbb a parlor vaude
Federal Attortioy Mott reveals ul
leged manner In -'h Hovornor Has
kell defrauded Clock Intihni.
Sun I.nrcnzn mnn ftreitru itivn...,.
becauso his wlfo declared she would
nirt to tho end of her days.
Falls on 26th inst., and Fruit sent
to Coast per S. S. Alameda, Hot. 18th
will arrive jnst in time.
Island Fruit Co.,
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The FINEST in the City at
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Nov.
anic steamers Sonoma, Sierra, and
Chinese Emperor Dead
PEKIN, China, Nov. 13. It is unofficially announced here that tits
Emperor is dead and that the Empress Dowager is dying Prince Chun
ha been named as regent and his son, Fuvvci, as hcir-prcsumptivc.
WASHINGTON, D. 0., Nov. 13. Secretary of the Navy Metcalf ic
signed his portfolio today. Ill-health is (riven os the reason for his ics
ignation. Assistant Secretary Newberry has been appointed to succeed
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 13.
Grant has been assigned to the command of the Department'
George Terry has been appointed Assistant United States Ticasurcr.
at New York City. !)
Dodd has been acquitted.
i . i i
New Wilfley Victims
SHANGHAI, China, Nov. 13. O'Shcn. editor of the Gazette, has
been sentenced to serve two months
ENGINEER KENT COMING
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 13. William Kent,, the fnmous con
sulting rn pincer and world authorit y on steam engineering, is booked to
sail on the Matson liner Hilonian on t!r Ifith.
NEW SURGEON OENF.RAL
WASHINGTON, D. 0., Nov. 13. Colonel Torncy. Mcdicnl Corps, U. '
S. A., surgeon in charge of the General Hospitil nt the Presidio of San
Francisco, has been appointed Surgeon General of the Army. '
Arbor Day Record
Arbor Day wns generally observed
In tho schools of Ilnwnli today. In all
suenty-ono public schools engaged In
tree planting, ami 3,777 seedling trees,
sent out by the. Department of For
estry, wcro sol out not tn mention
Though tho puhllo schools linvo es
tablished n worlil'a reroril slnco r.i0.,
when tho Forester first begun coop
erating with the. School AuthnrltlcH
on a largo scalo, no mich showing has
hcretnfe.ro been muilo ns thai which
marks thlR year.
Trees wcro planted today nrnutul
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Ask to see No. 520, Price $5,00.
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When the public feels its needs it
moves by acquired habit to th stoics
which have steadily exploited their
wares through the medium of the
newspaper. The Evening Bul
letin shows daily the establish
ments that have firmly fixed them
selves in the favor of the people.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
13. It is announced that the Oce
Ventura will not resume their Aus
Major General Ircilct
siitV of tl
in jail for criminally libeling Judge
(ho Hchoolr. on tho different lalmiils ns'
(oIIiiwh; llawuil, twenlyfoiir bchoolji?,
1.15 1 tico3, O.ihu, Hlxtecu hrhooln, -121 1
trecBi Mniil, n ft con acliimla, lifi) trees;?!
Knual, ten (schools, 121 trees; Mnlokal,'
in i) nciiooia, 7iii treos, I.aiml, . ono
rchool. 20 tiees.
These (Hen were nil until mil frnm
tho Fnroslrv Detmrtmntil tuiiR,r- imf
dcr tho direct hiniervlHlon at D.ivhll
IlauKliH. lorest nurseryman, it toofe
thri'o weeks or tho hardest ltlnd otfl
work to net tho ticea out tu the;
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