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Maiuhm Oct. 11
Bulletin Advertising is Good Times Advertising For Sellersvand Buyers
VOL. XI. NO. 4415.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1903. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ATLANTIC FLEET COMPLETES ITS MAMEUVERS
lJ A I' I C7C rr? A IVIkl TO " V IV It TT5T C Ti tf IX. T A fi. A I TV T
LI XyC 3
Their Own Records
Ships In First Class
Owing tn llio coiutci- iif Ojptaln
wiiifi'm s. iii'jiMiir. rb't r or Htitr u:j
tlio flagship Toiinci'fcue, tin following
luti resting muragea nn.lo liy llicj
tight Fhlp-4 now In p-jit u:i their unlet jl
bMM'il trials, will glo ionic Idea nfj
lnt tlm fillips will have In iln on th-lr,
ipoed til.ils next Tiii-H'liv mill WVil
ticMlny ni tlu ciiisOnr Maul, If Ihoy;
wbh in he-it their own tunnls. Tlio
,Tcnii"wc, S3 li; kiiols; Wurlilngtiiii j
'22:11; roulh Kn'tnla. .12.21 and tlm
California 22 20. Of tlio wo1h cif j
the Hoconil illls'on tlic West Vlrslnl 1, j
22.1 li; Maryl md. 22.11; Penns lvmiU,
22.11, mill tlio Cn'or.ulo 2221. V
Captain Ilcnsou In I ilMng nlmiit tin;'
Hjcr'l ttlnlH, btfiji'il "thai In- wiib rry,
iinxlons to sen nil tlio rhlp glvu u
NOHFOLK, Va , Sept. ID. The
chew of the bnttlcshin Minnesota
won the championship cf the At
lantio fleet today in the race of, the
twelve oared cutteri. The Minne
sota boys crossed -the finiih a length
mid a half before their nearest com
petitor. .TORPEDO BOATS TO ST. LOUIS.
NEW ORLEANS, La.. Sent. 15.
Four toncdo boats started from this
pect today for St. Louis, where they
nts exnected to arrive in time to
trrcct Picsident Taft and furnish a
demonstration of the importance-of
dc.pcniwr the inland waterways V
the country. ' '
GREAT FLOUR MILL BURNS.
PORTLAND, Ore.,' Sent. 15. The
mill of the Portland Flouring Com
pany was burned here today. The
Iocs will amount to $300,000.
Take pride in beine; neatly,
dressed, And it's something
that every mother should en
courage, for the cultivation 6f
this habit will be greatly to
the boy's advantage later in
See our new line of bo,-s'
school clothes before buyinr.
The suits arc swell. -i
Kash Co., Ltd.-
Cor Fori; & Hotel Sti.
! U Uvfll
Condition For Big!
l;nuil nceoimU- of themselves next
week uinl ir pusBlhlo upial, If mil sot
n now record.
"Tliu hlilpH mi- nil In Urn I -1ts. con
illtton, uinl every i'it ill Ih lining gnno
oor rnri'lnlly in Unit when wo Klarl
wo will Im nliln tn make now records
IT conditions ,in in mir favor. Tlio
conr"o run will be to lli iiiirtliv-.tr-l
mnl westw-ml from Mnilaci Uay.on
Hid loownrd kIiIo of Manl, rinmtnK pir
nllel willi tin- t'iii,sl. mnl tlu-n tnrnliiK
at full hhh.-iI, llalflilim llio trials Just
'icfnro u enmo to our uiichnraKn.
"Tho trials will List for four liourH
mnl will lie flnlslii'il liufnro noon of
fell day. W11 will piobalily pinko
iitio-it IH knots fi urn Mnalarn Hay to
' (ContinneJ on Pape 3)
I aft and
ALBANY, N. Y., 'Sept. 15Prcs
iderit Taft nrrtfed hero todav on his
transcontinental tour and was piven
a p.rcat ovation. His stay in the
city was comparatively brief. When
he departed Qovernor Hitches went
with him and will probably contin
ucVith his party through the State.
MANEUVERS ARE COMPLETE.
NORFOLK. Va.. Sept. 15. The
submarines that have been partici
pating in the fleet maneuvers sailed
today for New York. The fleet will
sail on Sunday, when the summer
program will have been completed.
TRINCE MIOUEL'S BRIDE.
DINGWALL, Scotland, Sept. 15.
Prince Mifffccl of Bracanza was'
married today to Anna' Stewart of
kA ' v v Hi
C rViVlfUO WiVII-i 1 3EiEZri iVJ.Ii
'L ' C00KE FOID'CH. COOKE ELECf ED
I HAWAII FF4TIIRF PRFSHIfflT RINK
Demand For Pineapples
CLOSER TRADE BETWEEN
". SEATTLE AND HONOLULU
Seattle People Arc Dolnp; Wonders
They Want Passenger Aecom-
Mid Policy of Deceased
It to Them.
"I was iii-tiinlly Hurprlucit nt (lio
iittt-ntlini llio illiiunll.iii i-xlillill at
1 1 11 ct ! at tlio Alanka-Yukon cxiiimI
tli.n," ralil J. I. Conko, mamiKL-r of
Ati-x.inilci & llalilwln, jwliii nriivtil
In tliu MaiiLlmrlu from a Iuiik v u
lion trl,i to tlio Status.
"Of (inirso-I was -leaBcd, lint I
liml no Utca thai our exhibit wouM
lio until n iltawhiR rani. I liollrve
it Ih tho .aitrnctton u( llio whole'
fair, I'Htitnatril .In the nnmlior o(
pvoplc who havo Vlsllnl It. 1
"Ami tho plncapplo feat urn of the
exhibit was a revolution .to nip. I
wiiH.astniimlcil ul tho why pcoplo
take to tho pineapples. They pans
tho wonl along tho lino. "J'.vi-ry per-
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OF THE RIOT
flllirlf PrndrPC k Malta
yuivu lugiwutj iu inuuu
In Riot Trial
Yllo tii-conj trial of tlm Walpalm
rioters Is iroit"-illiig 'with unusual
rapidity, and iiecortllng to tho tlmo
that has been I'liusiimeil In tho ex
nmlnatlim of nno of tho most Im
portant wltnesii's for the prosecu
tion, K. M. Scovllle, the trial will bo
concluded In a considerably shorter
period than was necessary for tho
Attorney I.lglitfnot for the do
fenso concluded with tho crow-ox-nnilnatlnn
of Scovllle, the chlof en
gineer of Oahu plantation, this
morning, and when court adjourn
ed for tho day nt 12:.10, August
Splllnor was telling his story of the
In his rross-oxamlnatlon of Mr.
Scovlllo this morning I.lghtfoot at
tempted to show that becauso he did
not know tho exact slzo of tho
htoncs that wero thrown at the of-
lice is by tho ilotous men ho was not
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INSURE YOUR HOME and
IJVKHV TIMB THE FIRE WHIS
TLE 11I.OW8 YOU HUAIt THE 'EX
CLAMATION, "I WONDER IF IT'S
NEAR MY 1'l.ACEr
I-ET US SHOW YOU HOW
CHEAPLY YOU CAN INSURE
YOUR HOME AND PERSONAL EF
FECTS AND ESCAPE THIS.
Hawaiian Trust Company
Special Meeting Of Direc-
VACAHCY CAUSID BY DEATH
OF C. k CGOKE FILLED
Ex-Oov. Carter Named as Second
Vice President New Dir:etor
Aided ' Policy of Dtroased
. President Will Be Maintained.
At a special iin'i'llnc lirlil this
I'l'irnliiK of llio directum of tho
It;: iik of Hawaii, Cliremc II. Cooko
w'iih olei'leil to the oHlcc of prenlilent
In aiir(ceil his fnl her. the Into 0.
M. Canltp. Kx-Oov OeorRo It. Car-
to. vaa kcIo:IciI as m:-uiiiI vlio prcs
lilcnt, tho M(5ltloti formerly lielil by
C II. Cooke, anil Rlrli.inl Cooko wan ,
nililcil tn tho lioanl of illrcctors. 1
. The actlvo mamiKeincnt of the
bank will ri-nialp In tho ha nils of
(ho preMlilcnt; fttifl'tbo, pollcy.'of tliu .
late neau or tne initltutlon will be
linilnlaliiril. Tho Hank of Hawaii
Is nno of the oldest hanking Inntltu
tluns of Hawaii, and Its manage
ment hai iilwajs been mibstantlnl
HvHrnrfrnnhor npnlc Af
iijuiugi upuvi upvund ni
Transportation Is the essential
factor In tho icvclopmcnt of tho
homestead policy on Hawaii, M. O.
Lclgliton, chief hdrugraphor of tho
'geological mirtey, told the momhers
, of tho Couimeiclal Club at noon to
. day. Ho also declared that fall
roads would havo to bo ilovcloiieil In
ail van co o( tratllc and suggested that
tho Territory guaranteo the bonds.
Mr. Lclgliton was warmly applauded
on tho toncluslou of his remarks.
"No good liiislncsH man would oper
ate a mciciintllo ttttnbllhhmoii juir
, after J car without taklns accoi.u: of
ttock; no sucrei-sfiil maniifjctmur
would buII or contract to djllvoi a bin-
son's product of Ills factory uploci !.g
' I njl u thorough knowlcdgo csiiLuning
, the supply of raw mntorlul entering
Into that product. Those are self-
evident truths, Why, then, bIiouIiI
a territory the bono and sinew, of
which Is iniulo up of hard-headed
business mon expect to continue to
run up a u immciiHo snow uau repre
senting agricultural success, when
vory llttlo Is known concerning tho
most necessary rnw material, name
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Have a better flavor than those from
Our bovs get there in the short
est possible space of time,
THE MEMBERS OF MAUI
1 rtlt .
JL iiW. ' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii WLiuXUmtmm WJrtr vU 17 V .Kmv BKMM
i ilK2iV9tiiHBSitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMb. fc" J liHK 'ina
Men Who Will Renresent Maui in the Polo Game This Afternoon at Moanalua. All Four Players Are
, Experts at the Snort, and They Will Give Oahu a Tough Do fir the Championship Honors. Read-
ine From Left to Right, the Players' Names Arc as Follows: Dwid Heming, Frank Baldwin, Harry
Baldwin and Harold Rice.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 15.
The result of today' caraes of the
j,j leagues are as follows
Philadelphia 2. Brooklyn 0.
Cincinnati 2, Pittsburg 7,
Hew York 3, Philadelphia 2.
Boston 4, Washington 7. -
HALLEY COMET SEEN BY LICK.
SAN JOSE, Cal.. Sept. 15. Hal
ley's comet was sighted here tonight
by the Lick Observatory. ,
This famous periodic comet with
its long, fiery tail, was first seen in
1758, when the noted astronomer
first discovered the comet named
after him from his observatory at
St. Helena. It was scheduled to ap
pear again in 1011, but is two years
ahead of time.
ROCHESTER, Minn.. Sept. 15.
The operation on Governor Johnson
for henna was performed today and
'was entirely successful. The pa-'
iieni is resting wen.
Don't Forget that
we secure, pack
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Xing St. Phone 15.
Hollister Drug Co.
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Lawmakers Of The Nation Inspect System
And Are Pleased, Speeches, Recep
tions And Luncheon At The Normal
The flftf-Bcven varieties of elite"
tRlnmentfl woru accorded In tho ' u
groBsnieu today by fifty boeu v.iil
etles of school children.
Hiliw-rlittntutf.til rttilililrl nt tl .1 On.'
piirtmrnt of Publlo Innri'Cuon liml
another largo class to imtrirt mi I In
the visiting ruprien(jitlvr m. I their
families found apt mid entbnxlastlc
Loading Into automobiles bejoio tho
Young Hotel nt 9:30 tils mnrtiln;; ihu
vlstors wenl flr.U to tho St. I.uiiIh Oil
lego whoie, before tho building tho pu
pils formed two slilo of it tllnnub .in I
the nutomoblles, facing thoui fuimi-il!
tho third Hide. Tho St. l-imij h.md,.
Htiitliincd lu tho corner of the t- .iimie, I
greeted tho sightseers with ll.iit.ilimi
mimic nnil bid them faicuell v. nil at
medley of national airs.
Hon A. .1. Ilare-ifcld 8.io.(- lo the
From tho St liuls CiiKckc, ihu p.u-'
ty wenl down Kin-; stieet, anil ll.ili I
bid's aiilomobllo Inn leader, ki: hiriily
knoekeil a hole lu llio middle dl.-tam-o
anil disappeared from lew. Tin' p-ntv I
1051 Fort St.
uns lair As n result llio iw'l nulo
mulillo In hue tinned iulil the Knmc
hamiha Sdionl gromi'ls. Iii-it:n fjr
tho le.uler nnd tlm i"a-i tnli, i tinir.-.l'
in after IlK-ni. Falling tn s- "Mr. Hah
hilt's genial eiimiUniiin-t ri..llng at
them the) went out again ami ill out
for tho Knlllilwiiemi public r-chool,
wheio they found him nmlilst n sin, ill
!ii my of M-hiiokhllilron wondering
ttlicrn hli bunch wero,
Tho i'lrih ami SIMli (Im.U-s rend
ered "My Old Cintiieky Honio," nml
other Mings and at tho elimu after them
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Wednesday. September IB. Visit
rdiools. Reception and ilnnco at
Young Hoel lu evening,
Thursday, Septijuber IC- Farewell
teciptlon by Dolegato Ual.mlanaolo,
Friday September 17. Bail on Mon
golla for San Franclseo,
We can sell them at thii nricc be
cause wo bought them right.
Open Saturday evenings.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co. Ltd.