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THE BEST EVENING NEWSPAPER IN HONOLULU
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SECOND
EDITION
VOL. XV.
HONOLULU, HAWAII MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1907.
No. 4797
CARTER ILLNESS
MAY ALTER PLA
THE EXECUTIVE CONFINED TO HIS HOME SINCE SATURDAY BY
i DENGUE, BUT HOPES TO BK ABLE TO TAKE HIS PART IN
THE CEREMONIES AT THE CAPITOL. NEXT THURSDAY MORNING.
f Governor Carter Is conflned to his
homo by Illness. Ho Is said to bo ablo
to' bo about the house, but was unablo
to como down to his ofllco this morn
ing, as was also 'the case on Saturday.
It was given out at ho 'executive
department this morning that tho
Governor is suffering from an indispo
sition similar to dengue, from which
ho hopes, however, to be sufficiently
recovered to take part in the ceremo
nies attending his retirement from of
fice on Thursday, and the inaugura
tion of his successor, Chief Justice
Frear. tor tho present the Governor
is not attempting to transact any of
his official business.
Tho arrangements for the inaugura
tion on Thursday are being perfected
in detail, by the force of the execu
tive office and Judge Frear and newly
appointed Secretary E. A. Mott-Smlth,
and It is hoped to have the formal pro
gram of arrangements ready for an
nouncement by tomorrow. Inasmucn
as the affair is of official and formal
character, a good deal of diplomacy Is
necessary in making the arrangements
and issuing the invitations to the va
rious civil, military, naval and foreign
officials.
WHAT WILL
THE MATTER OF CONTINUING TO
ENFORCE UNDATED RESIGNA.
TIONS BEING DISCUSSED.
The bugaboo of the Carter regime
relative to undated resignations, has
again bobbed up among tho department
heads and other officials holding posi
tions in the Territory under appoint
ment of the governor.
What stand will Governor Frear take
when ho comes Into power? is the
question the officials are asking each
other on the quiet. Of course as none
of them are sure of being reappointed,
there is a natural reluctance to talK
on the matter. The only one of the
bunch who is really in a position to
enjoy the situation is Attorney Gen
eral Peters. He doesn't care for he is
out of the race for reappointment, and
apparently sees a great deal that is
humorous in the situation of the others
The question of the Chief Executive
requiring of his appointees on their
assuming office their undated reslgna
tlons, signed and ready for a moment's
notice to bo dated and put Into effect,
is one which has caused a good deal ot
discussion and criticism, and was the
subject of an abortive attempt at legis
lation by the last legislature.
Governor Carter lipid that in order
to Insure harmony and single purpose
among tho members of nls official
Vacation?
Don't leave the family plate,
Jowelry, bric-a-brac and valuable
papers unguarded at homo.
Don't lug them with you to
mako your vacation a season ot
worry and annoyanco.
Leave them in our sate deposit
vault at a small cost.
Hawaiian Trust
Co. Limited,
For Slice!
FREAR DO?
IBS STOCK
EXCHANGE
R. W. SHINGLE CHOSEN VICE
PRESIDENT SOME FIGURES FOR
THE YEAR'S BUSINESS.
The annual meeting of the members
of tho Honolulu Stock and Bond Ex
change was held this morning in Che
offices of the Board in tho Judd Build
ing, there being a full attendance ot
members present.
Th most important business trans
acted was tho election of new officers
for the ensuing fiscal year as follows:
W. E. Brown, president; R. W. Shin
gle, vice-president; George P. Cooke,
secretary; Bishop Trust Company,
treasurer.
In his annual report. Harrv Arml
tage, the retiring president, gave some
interesting figures of the business or
the Exchange for the something less
than a year from August 18th, 190G,
to August 10th, 1907. In It he reported
transactions on the Exchange in sinnim
to the amount ot about two1 and a
quarter millions of cTolinra wViinh
ever, was something of a decrease over
tne sales reported in the statement i
year ago for the nreceedincr vpur. Hnw,
ever tne amount of bond sales, some-
tning less than three-quarters of a mil
lion dollars in value, was a decided in
crease over the previous term.
After" tho meeting the "members ac
cepted the hosnltalitv Of pi tiftw
vice-president. R. W. Shingle, at lunch
eon at tne Commercial Club, which
gathering was more than ordinarily
pleasant.
Prompt attention given to all plan
tation brders as well as courteous
treatment to local orders is the secret
of K. Yamamoto's Immense trade. Tel
Main 399. Hotel St. near Nuuanu.
Delicious pies, an cakes. Candy
fresh every day. New England Bak
ery. .
For prompt, accurate work, ring up
Stenographer J. A. Combs, 855 Kaahu
manu. Main 20G.
family this was necessary, but it was
well known that such resignations had
been given reluctantly by almost every
member. Judge Frear has clven no
Intimation as yet, regarding his policy
in tuls regard but it is likely that it
will be learned on Thursday when it is
expected that announcement will be
made ot the new appointments, and
tle new governor's plans for his ad
ministration. The best cup ot Hawaiian Coffee In
tho city. New England Bakery and
Cafe.
BIG
Clearance Sale
For Week Only
WALK-OVER AND
S0ROSI8 SHOES,
$!).50, $1.00 and $5.00 Grades
all reduced to
$3.00
All other goods are reduced In pro
portion. U B, Kerr & Co,, Ltd
TRIKE SPREAD
OVER COUNTRY
fAssociated Press Cable to The Star.)
SAN FRANCISCO, August 12. Th0 telegraph operators m New York
and many more cities have Joined tho strike.
It is expected that within a few hours the strike will be general all
over.
GLASS BEING
TRIED
SAN FRANCISCO, August 12. The
bery has begun. The defense Is employing dilatory tactics.
Halsey, whose trial was Interrupted by illness, Is recovering. Hfs trial
has been further postponed.
JAPAN I
S
VERY
SEOUL, August 12. The Supreme Court has sentenced one ot The
Hague delegates, who went to the peace conference In opposition to agree
ment" with Japan, to b hanged, and two others to thirty years' imprisonment.
ANOTHER
GOLUM
LIMA, Peru, August 12. The British steamer Columbia Is a total loss
at Lobos, Tierra Island. All on board
NEW YORK, August 12. The schooner Myrone has been In collision with
tho steamer Tennessee near here.
SEOUL, August 12. While landing at Kwangha five Japanese were
killed.
POLICE TAKE UP
BALL GAME INCIDENT
HAMPTON'S THROW AT A SPECTATOR DURING A SATURDAY AF
TERNOON GAME AND AN ALLEGED THREAT OF VIOLENCE TO
-- WARD CHIEF OF DETECTIVES TAYLOR ARE BEING INVESTT
GATED LEAGUE ACTION 1.1AY BE AWAITED.
Chief of Detectives A. P. Taylor was
in the midst of a tussle at tho baseball
grounds Saturday afternoon that may
-ncan severe trouble for ono of tho
players, Hampton, who Is alleged to
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spectator, narrowly missing a lady s
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head, and for another player whose
name the' police are for the present
keeping quiet, who was about, to at
tack Taylor from behind when Asslst-
ant Chief of Detectives Joseph Leal ar-
rived and put himself in readiness to
knock out the man if he attempted to
strike Taylor.
THE POLO DINNER
At the meeting of the Oahu Polo
Team this morning the committee on
entertainment decided on Saturday
night August 17, for the annual dance
and dinner to bo given at the Seaside
Hotel in honor of the visiting Maul
team. Tho event will bo an invitation
affair and everything will bo done to
make the affair a success. A num
ber ot the business houses in town are
willing to give their employees a
chance to see the gamo and to declare
Wednesday aftornoon a halt holiday.
Ono of tho membors stated that no
hoped ovoryone would declaro It a half
day and that tho gamo would bo a ro.
cord ono in matter ot attendance.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA
AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY.
Thoro is probably no moillclno made
that Is relied upon with mora Implicit
flonfldenco than Cliainborlnln's Collo
Cholera and Diarrhoea Hamedy. Dur
IllK the third of a oentury In whloh
It tins been In use. people have learned
(lint Is His one remedy that never
fftllii When redueed with wUr nm!
fweaiened It ii pUaiant to take. flow
AGAIN
second trial of Louis Glass for bri
were saved.
Four persons were drowned.
The police await tho action of tho
League and their action depends to
SOme extent on what the League does,
Th thrnwlnir incident was wit
nessed by the b,g crowd at tho
Hampton is declared to have lost his
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temper when "Joshed" and to have
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thrown a ball with deadly force at a
man, said to bo "Jimmy" Thompson
who had been doing some of tho talk
ing. It nearly struck its mark and If
It had struck the lady's head who
was narrowly missed, would probably
have had very serious consequences,
LfSHMAN'S WILL
The will ot tho late Robert Hugh
Percy Llshman the untortunato young
Shriner who came to his death a few
weeks ago in Vancouver from his own
hand, as a rosult of iuentul derange
ment Induced by a severe fall on tho
deck ot the vessel while on route to the
national meeting of the Shrlners in
Los Angeles, was this morning illed in
tho probato court for administration.
Tho mother of tho deceased was named
as solo banoflclary, and also as admin
istratrix without bond. The estato
consists of llfo insurance and casn to
tho amount of $0,790.20. The will was
axQcutod May 17. 1001, and was wit
nessed by Henry K. Cooper nnd .Tainan
V. Prntt.
THIS WUHK AT RAOU8.
Don't miss the two big mile) now on
ut Suolia; vitlueti tlmt will IntereM you
In white goods win! ladles white skirl
are offered for this week only.
by nil nAiem, um) Smith & (to.
Ageuli (or UsweJI.
SEVERE
B A LOST
DOLE DECIDES
A W CASE
LONG TIME RESIDENT HERE NEED
NOT WAIT TWO YEARS FOR
NATURALIZATION.
Judge Dole today handsd down a de
cision In tho case of George Frederick
Rodlek, a Gorman citizen applying for
naturalization, by which the applica
tion was granted. Rodlek, who" is an
employe of Hackfeld, wished to be na
turalized, but was opposed by the De
partment of Commerce and Labor on
the grounds that he had not Hied his
declaration according to tho last laws
governing the admission ot foreigners
requiring their application to citizen
ship to bo filed two years ahead.
Judge Dole held that Inasmuch as
tho man had been a resident of tno
Territory for over five years prior to
tho annexation, this fact should stand
in lieu of tho formal declaration.
Exceptions were noted by J. J. Dunne
the United States attorney In the case,
and notice ot appeal given.
T
MAKE SAM GO
ORDER FOR THE. RIFLE TEAM,
NAMING THOSE SELECTED,
ABOUT TO BE MADE.
A general order will probably be is
sued this afternoon from tho Adjutant
General's office of the National Guard
of Hawaii naming the riflo team which
Is to leave Honolulu on the Alameda
on Wednesday for Camp Perry, Ohio,!
to represent the Territory In tho na
tional match which is to be hold there
under supervision of the War Depart
ment. It Is understood that the" fol
lowing arc on the schedule to go, al
though there is tho possiG51Ity of ono
or two changes being made:
Major William R. Riley, 1st. Infan
try, team captain and disbursing offi
cer. Lt.-Col. Arthur Coyne, 1st Infantry,
Major James W. Pratt, Signal Corps
Department, N. G ,H.
Major Gustavo Rose, 1st Infantry.
Captain Thomas P. Cummins, 1st In
fantry.
Captain Charles M. Coster, 1st In
fantry.
Capt. Arthur W. Neely, 1st Infantry.
First L!eutenant,prlando J. White
head, 1st Infantry.
Sergeant A. R. Phillips, Company F,
1st Infantry.
Sergeant Jose Ferrelra, Company F,
1st Infantry.
Corporal Jose Gouveia, Company F,
1st Infantry.
Corporal John Stone, Company F,
1st Infantry.
Private Luther A. K. Evans, 1st Sig
nal Company, N. G. H.
Private Eugene Duvauchelle, Com
pany G, 1st Infantry.
Private William S. Chlllingwarth,
1st Signal Company, N. G. H.
Private Sam Pinao, Company B, 1st
infantry.
Private Thomas J. Evans, 1st Signal
Company, N. G. H.
Private Charles Brede, Company '
1st Infantry.
There has been a disposition on the
part of some of tho men to criticize
Governor Cartor for not having oxer
clsed his authority in tho matter of
Col. Sam Johnson, who, It will be ob
served, is not on the list of those to
go, although he holds tho highest rec
ord as a marksman, and his loss will
count fearfully against tho team Tn the
competition. The Board of Supervls
ors, under which Col. Johnson, as
Road Supervisor, is employed, objected
to allowing him to go, and Johnson
refused to Insist. Tho Governor, un
der both the laws ot tho Territory, and
by Federal statuto, Is empowered to
order tho nttondanco of any membor
of the National Guard at nny placo
and at nny time ho may soo fit., and
nny one preventing response to such
orders U subject to a sevoro flfio.
CLOSE IUP FOB POLO
All of the local hanks and trust com
panies have agreed to close at 1 o'clock
next Wednesday afternoon, for the
IHiln win nt MojmihIiir. There Is n
iivuvwiieiii among uther big esiuhilsh
ineiiis Ui Um el Uut sHiB hour, ih
baIw U) allfiw wiiulayej to aUnuij Ui
GOVERNOR
SANFORD
Nine years ago today, Sanford B.
Dole, as President of the Republic of
Hawaii, formally turned over the isl-
ands to the United, at flag-raising cere-
monies held at noon at the Capltol, in
the presence of an Immense gathering.
Addressing Minister Sewell, President
Dole said: "A treaty ot political union
having been made and the cessation
formally consented to ly the Republic
ot Hawaii having been accepted by tho
United States of America; I now, In Annexation club: George W. Smith, J.
tho Interests of the Hawaiian oody S. Martin, C. T. Wilder, J. I McLean,
politic, and with full confidence In the Professor Scott, L. C. Abies, F. B. Mc
honor, Justice and friendship of the Stacker, T. S. Lansing, J. 8. Kennedy,
American people, yield up to you as J. W. Jones. The Hawaiian Ministers
the representative of the government with President Dole, Henry E. Coope'r
of the United States tho sovereignty J. A. King, W. O. Smith and S. M.
and public property of, the Hawnllan Damon were also leaders in the events
islands." of tho day. The National Guard took
President Dole remained as president part with Col. J. H. Fisher command
durlng a "transition period" up to Ing the first battalion and Col. C. J.
June 10, 1900, when the Territory wus McCarthy the second. A. M. Brown
organized,and he became first governor was commander ot tho Citizens' Guard,
thereof, retiring nearly four years ago Many of tho officers and men of both
to take his present position as federal these organizations were present. E.
judge. A. Mott-Smlth the secretary, was a
The flag which was used on this oc- sergeant In the national guard.
LOST ONE DAY
FOUND THE NEXT
On Saturday, Robert Wallace, whose
real name Is A. L. Miller, was dis
covered as missing from the Occidental
Hotel and was supposed to have kill
ed himself. Chief of Detectives A. i'.
Taylor went through his effects ana
found that Miller was his right name.
' Yesterday he was located by a ape
clal officer who Is a newspaperman, tie
had enlisted in the Twentieth Infantry
at Fort Shatter. This fact was cabled
by the Chief of Detectives to Mrs. Mil
ler at Wllloughby, Ohio.
Millor has several hundred dollars
when he came here, but lived beyond
his means.
4 MATTER &F HEALTH
POWDER
AbiolutilyPara
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
A Orenm of Tartar Powclar,
frea from alum or iihos
pliRtlo aold
BBMI mm PSWM1 HiW
TO-DAY
B. DOLE.
casion Is still preserved In the capltol
here.
Among those who took part in the
ceremonies and were mentioned In
press accounts as specially prominent
In bringing about annexation, who are
still prominent in local affairs were
Dr. John S. McGrew, L. A. Thurston,
F. M. Hatch, W. A. Kinney and P. C.
Jones and the following names from
the original roll of membership ot tho
LESS PLAGUE
YOKOHAMA, July 29. The force of
plague at Yokohama having abated
tho United States medical authorities
here have withdrawn precautions hltn
erto taken by steamers In port, bound
for America, Hawaii and the Philip
pines. THE VERY LATEST.
The latest arrival at the Alexander
Young Cafe from their own factory is
Jenny Lind Chocolate. Try some.
A Glimpse of
Superiority
In our swell, up-to-the-minute foot
wear for Misses, Children and Infants.
We have Just recolved a largo assort
ment of whlto Canvas Pumps, Patent
Pumps and Tlos, and Infants' Slippers
ot every description. Come ami take
a look nt them, They are fresh and
new. , .... i
MANUFACTURERS' SHOD CO
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