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lrom San Francisco :
Hllonlnn Apr. If,
Alameda Apr. 17
For San Fiancisco:
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Hllonlnn Apr. 21
From Vancouver:
Mnrntna ....... May 2
For Vancouver:
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of a mall-neichborhood orbit unless
you Advertise. Publicity Is The Only
Means of Expansion. When the
masses are informed that you actual
ly exist, that you have goods to sell,
that you offer inducements to the
purchaser, then your trade prows.
This lesjon has been learned by every
merchant who advertises in the
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VOL X. N 3. 3977
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 15 1908
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Apnl 15. The commercial bodies of
Francisco have passed resolutions asking that twelve battleships
eight cruisers remain in the waters of the Pacific.
ONLY TWO BATTLESHIPS
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 15. The House will retain the appro
priatiou for two additional battleships, as pas:cd by the Senate.
J1ILF0RB, Utah. April 15. Five earthquake shocks experienced to
day destroyed the town of Helena. No lives were lost.
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5000 FIHTEBS IN LINE AT SAN DIEGO
SAN DIEGO, Cal,, April 15.. The ceremonies of the official wel
come to the Battleship Fleet took place today.
A naval brigade of 5000 men paraded through the city.
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NO COASTWISE LAW FOR PHILIPPINES
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 15. The House Committee on Insular
Affairs reports in favor of the Philippine Commission controlling the
United States shipping and postponing the application of the coastwise
shipping laws to the islands.
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EVANS IMPItOVES
PASO BOBLES, Cal., April 15. Admiral Evans is improving.
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Mrs. Canlu' Jacobs-Ilond, who has
glwu us to much pleasure In h"r
original songs nud recitations, will
UKnln favor us with a reelt-1 ut tho
li'Slricnco or Mrs. F J I.owrey on the
owning ot April 2( th ut 8 o'clock. One
of her ni'inbers will bo n "Sons; of
Stop that Cough
with
liollister Cure
KoIIister DrugCo.
Fort Street.
Phone 49.
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OUR
Alfred Benlamin & Co.
Spring
are the very Swellest, the best tailoped, and are made of
the finest all-wool materials.
You can't do bctUr by yourself than to get a suit of
these very swell nnd dressy clothes. They're Made
Right, of the Eight Stuff.
CORNER OF FORT
San
and
Hawaii," something now, written by
her while liuro. Tickets can bo pro
cmed at tho Bergstroni Music Co,
Ltd. Adults $1, children 50c.
PROMOTION ROOMS MOVE.
Tho Hawaii Promotion Committee
' hendntiniteis will bo chnnced In the
near fnturo tu tlm stum mi tiiBium
itreet foimerly occupied by tho Coyne
Furnlturo Co.
Important Notice
Although the local market is prac
tically out of pineapples, our source
of supply is such that for the ALA-
IMEDA, 22ND INST., we shall have a
1 number of crates of very choice pines.
iThese will be snapped up like hot
caKes, so place your order early.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
Clothes
CO., LTD.,
AND HOTEL STREETS.
BATTLESHIPS
TALKS
ALLEN ESTATE
ACCOUNT FILED
M. T. Simonton, Master,
Files Report On
Big Estate
II. T. Slmonton, us mauler, has
filed a icport In Judge Lindsay's court
on tlio fourth annual uccutmt of Hath
shoba M. Allen, J. O. Carter, Murk P.
ItobltiBon. and Paul Mtihlomlorf, trus
tees under tlio will anil ostnt eof II.
C. Allen, deceased. Tho leport In n
oIuiiiIiioiih nffulr, and goes Into the
(IVtllllB Of thO I'StlltU. '
Tlio HccountH phow that the receipts
fur tlio jear Jtwt. past to be CIG
077.59. The 'disbursements for the
year wore S53B.C04.rO.
Mrs. Allen, the nolo legatee undiir
tho tortus of the will, received $158,
720.33 iiH her Income during the jear
Tho trustee's commission for the year
amounted K $13,758 72. Tho report
this year shows a marked gain In tho
estate.
USES MAGIC TO
PRODUCE COINS
Applicant For Citizenship
Finds Coins Every
where Pstor William Pulller llluutt this
morning filed mi application to bo
eomo n citizen of tho United States ot
America. Ho Is nn Englishman, boVu
In Loudon In 1S73. ami ho caiuo to tho
United States from Victoria, I) C, In
189S. His flist homo in the States
wus In Sgn Kinnclsco, whero In 19U1
bo declared his Intentions of becom
Iuk n citizen.
Ha Is pt present employed on n
plautntlon at Knhala ns an engineer.
His witnesses were Henry II. Kujitou,
inanaeer of tho plantation, nnd Oeorgc
P. Tulloch.
An amiiklnc Incident occurred In io
pbrd to his reglsterliiK his iippllcitlon.
Clsrk Murphy handed llluutt a tea
dollar gold piece, and ho was to get
H In change. Illuett reached In his
pocket nud pulled out $2 In Bller,
faying that ho thought ho had thu
change on his person. Thuu camu a
hhort chapter from a magic coin ex
hibition. In which Illuett examined
and pnlkd forth either a five-cent
pleco or a dlmo from overy pocket In
hs rlothes. Ho lacked flvo conts of
iuaklng the necessary change.
"I'll donate tho nickel," said Clerk
Murphy "It was worth tho price of
admission."
The Fleet Is comma. L-et us clean
up the City.
Stock and Bond
Brokers
When you wish to buy or sell
Stocks or Bonds, remember that
jvc are members of the Hono
lulu Stock and Bond Exchange,
and that
IT WILL BE
TO YOUR
ADVANTAGE TO
DEAL WITH US.
Hawaiian itusl
Company, Ltd.
Fori St. Qcnoluln
The Itooscvclt fish Is tho lat-
est. !
Oovernor Frear will tarry n
bejlltlful cast of the new fish
and personall) present It to tho
President lis a clft from thu
IIIbIiop Museum.
Not long UK" Curator llrlg
"hnm discovered n llih that hud
hitherto been unknown nnd un
classified. He conceded the
Idei of naming It the "Itooso
vclt" Hull. Theicfiue It Is the
"Itoascvolt" fish.
Theio Is no doubt that the
President will bo delimited, for
the fWh Is pcrfeith rcpicsented
by tho rast Hint has been shap
ed lias the wiivp ot prospurity llunlly
started?
This Is tho quettlon that wan be
ing UBked on the (rect this morning
when tho saks on the Stock K
chaugo were reported.
The latest luhancc In the pi Ice of
sugar hits convinced tlm nwi.st iiessl
mlstlc that four-cent sugar find bet
ter Is n roalltj for the whole year,
and four-nud-a-half coming nt thu
height of the sugar season means
zplondld rctuiiiii for tho Territory..
Tho banks niu still continuing a
conservative pulley, although it is
generally predicted that before tho
end of the enr they will havo moro
money than they know what to do
with. The banks have their doubts
about this.
Tho fact remains, however, that
the letums for the early sugars have
begun to come In and although tho
dUldends help more "ulg-monted" In
terests than little fellows, it is bo
lleved that sonic of this money will
get to the little fellow In the course
of a few months
In tho mcanwlillu tho man who
h.is tho n.oney Is buying, for It Is nn
tlclpnted that stocks will go higher
before they nio lower.
Wnlalua Is the center of much at
tention, nnd the liollef 3 general that
there must be n dividend In sight,
although tho ngonts will mnku no
pioinlsca. It Is not tho policy ot
Castle Cooke to promlso dl blend
till the) nic patl.
Olaa has taken the lead In tha
cheap stocks, that plantation having
splendid prospects for u good crop
this year nnd a much better one
next.
Fiber
: .:
Prospers!!
tUvjntax msi-mmmrimMtmknmgumttJP'O0'f''' finite
J. Hopp & -Co.,
PACIFIC
APPOINTMENTS
LAYSAN ISLAND
IS NOWJESERTED
Schooner Luka Returns
After Eventful.
Voyage
With her bow derornted with dry
fish, small sharks, tiluas and man In Is,
the famous schooner I.ukn, Captain
King Schlemmcr, leturiicd from Lay
Fan Island and docked nt Hnckfeld
wharf nt about 10:20 o'clock this
morning, lu.dend of appearing from
off lti.i tier's Point, ns might bo ex
pected, rhu came In around Diamond
Head nnd entered the harbor. Tho
watei front peoplo wcie quite nrou
ud on account ot her arrival from
this direction.
When Interviewed Schlemmcr said,
I tell you If It had not been for the
n.ibty weather wo could havo got In
'here Inst Monday Wo drifted for
(Continued on Pace 2)
GRAND JURY BRINGS
MANY INDICTMENTS
Assault And Battery
And Burglary 'Are
Popular Crimes
The Terr'' --111 firand Jury con
ened this nmruliig, and returned n
number of Indictment)1 There has
nothing of very great importance
been found or attended to as yet by
tho Grand Jury, their time being oc
cupied to a large degree by minor
cases.
Tho following Indictments wero re
turned this morning:
Augiut Sheldon, burglary In the
second degree.
p Wong Chan, et nl., assault nnd bat
tery with deadly weapon.
Oihlmn Toinl, selling liquor wlthoii
(Continued on Page 4)
SUGAR
SAN TRANCISCO. Cal., April 14.
SUOAR: 0G degree Centrifugals, 4.40
cents, or $89.20 per ton. Previous
quotation, 4.43 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 0 3-4d.
Farity, 4.50 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis. Od.
Rugs
ESwj
And FodfiffQPSuPofQ
"I notice that the papers make the
statement that, with regard to the
iccent appointments, I did not sub
mit a list of names for the endorse
ment of the Itcpiibllcnn Territorial
Committee before I appointed the
men," Bald Gocrnor Tiear thl
morning "This Is wrong, for I did
submit three names, those of Dr. Co
for, as Pi evident of the Hoard of
Health, Mr. Campbell as Ticasurcr,
and Jas. Morgan us the new member
of the Hoard of Health, and I le
eched the endoiscment ot these men
for tho positions by the committee.",
Thcro has evidently been a nils
understanding all around In this
matter, us the Republican executive
committee did not have and has not
had n meeting s was stated In the
Hullo tin yc3torda), Chairman
There are big things doing In Koo
laupoko today. J. 11. Castle, II. V
Dillingham, Walter Dillingham, Kel
logg, I'le pineapple king, and Dole,'
tho other pine nukgnate, and several
itl.cn of the combination of flnnn-!
clcrs nnd big farmers went across tho
I'nII today In order to look over con-1
dltlons. The Indications are that tho
extensive plans which havo been un-
ncr consideration tor some timo past,
will bo brought to n head within n
very idiort time.
Theso plans Includo tho parceling
out of largo tracts of land to small
farmers, mote particularly pineapple
planters. For the benefit of these i
central pineapple cannery will be
erected, which will handlo their
crops on n ten per cent basis. An
other Important feature of tho
COLLEGE HILLS
We hav included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
gon leaves town for Walkiki end
College Hills at 10:30 a. nt. every
day. ,
TERRITORIAL
MESSENGER SERVICE
Big Tilings Doing f
I S S n I i i A
BANNISTER'S NEW
Cornell Oxfords
This swell shoe, made over the Cornell Last, has the
Pointed Swing Toe, which gives it a graceful appearance, and yet
is very roomy in the tread.
There's no slipping in the heel, or bulging in the sides,
which are so common in some makes of shoes.
When a man wcais a Bannister Shot, he feels that he is cor
rectly shod.
. Manufacturers' Slaoe
P. 0. Box 409.
KoliertBon indeuocd to get a mcot
lng of the committee but lould not
obtain a quoiuui
Later Infoiiniitlon brings out tlio
dctnlls of events ns follows Chair
man Robertson was called to tho
Governor's office nnd Informed of tho
nppolntmcnts which he wished put
before the Territorial cotnmltteo
Mr rtouertHon came down town
and found he could not get a quorum
of thu committee He then telephon
id to tho Governor's office to "go
ahead" Then tho Governor made
public the appointments
Tho nppolntnients having been,
mnde without formal action of tho
(oniiiiltlpe. there was no particular
.e,.hou for railing a session, and Eomu
( i i he membeiB felt that they did
' care to attend, utt'mugh they Ijail
liu tijJcitlnn to Hie nppolniecs
nemo is tn extension of the Cas- IK.
tlo railroad. whi h now i cubes froniyj
K ihtil.ii us fui as Kuhnn.i The de-
elopment hah been tenipornrlly
chei keil mainly berutifco of tho dllll-
culties encountered In obtaining tho
necessary right of way. In this con
nection It Is said that the greatest j
iiimcuity lias been encountered at J
Wniahole, vheiu Link McCandleiil
holds largo tracts, but now It Is re
ported tho tallroad company will
tako .steps to acquire the right of
way through McCnmlless' lands by
means of condemnation proceedings,
In order to hasten the construction ot
tho line, to that the lands which nro
to be opened In Koolnupoko may bo
easily accessible and will hae n,
leady connection with tho market
(Continued on Page 5)
CANDIES
MAGNOLIA and VIOLET
DRAGOONS and GARDENIAS
Fresh From The Coast.
Alexander Young Cafe
fit .
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At
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Co., Xitti.
Phone 282
185 King St.
Telephone 111
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