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VOL. X. NO. 4019
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JUNE 2, 1908
PRICE 5 CRNTS
YACHT HAWAII CHEERED BY GREAT CROWD
Breckons Arrested By Richards
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Richaids Causes Arrest Of
Breckons, Ah Sam and Willis
United States District Attcrnoy 15.
V, Brctkoir. w.u this morning arrest
I'll on a chaigo uf attending iho prfcu
light which t ()()! ilnco at tliu Orpb.3u.11
Hct Saturday evening. Tho warrant
was sworn In by Theodora ltldiarH,
who at tho mimic time Imi warrants
issued lor the an est uf All Ham and
Jockey Willis, tlio principals In the
hout. tin u charge of atria. TIiq ciai
n 111 conio up In tho Police Cou.-t tq
Although Richards Insltts thai thero
Ih absolutely pii spiill of pureonafan.
Imoclty ehown In tho matter. It IhjiIs
nlflcant that won ants catling foiMlhu
arrest of the parties concerned were
Insisted upon whllo penal snmmonBeu,
which would havo Involved no Indig
nity, If there Ib any such, would have
nerved tho purpofio Just as well.
Hlchards went to tho police station
this mornlnc and asked Olerk Knla
klela to make out the ctmplaJntB.
After, they had been mado oit ho was
icfcrrod to, Sheriff Inukca, whosug
Rested that penal summoncs bo cm
plocd, In order that tho lmllKtilty of
nircst might be ovaricd, at least. In
tho caso of BrccXons. Richards, how
ever, would not listen to tho sugges
tion, and Insisted that warrants bo
Irsucd. Ho said that ho took tho re
sponsibility In tho mutter and that ho
was doing It. Ho then too tho war
rants to Judge Andrade, ho'oruwhom
he sworo to them, latiken then took
tho warrant against Breckons and
sercd It pcrsnnnlly on that gentle
man. Ho also released him on his
"Theio is absolutely no spirit of an
imosity in this matter," said Hlchards
when ho was seen as ho waif on his
way to Andrado with tlio warrants.
"It Is a personal matter with me, and
tho Civic Federation and tho Minis
terial Union aro In no way Involved.
I take this action hecauso 1 havo a
lersonal doslro to havo this law test
id. I wish you would stnto that."
United Statos Attorney Breckons
was bcrvcd with tho wan ant for his
aircst behind looked doors In his own
We are. showing a beautiful assortment of these': suits
in theflnest materials. - ' f '
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There's nothing neater or more dressy for your (Boy
, ' "M
than these natty suits with bloomer trousers. ,.
All sizes, in black, blues, greys," and mixed goods,' 5
CORNEB 07 FORT
UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTO
This phcto was taken of Mr. B
when the law-and-order men of the
him. ..iJ, t..,f
office by Sheriff laiikca, accompanied
by District Mngtstratu Alufradu. Tho
news becamo circulated (lrpuml tho
lower floor of tho Judiciary Building,
and beforo long a large throng of eag
er watchers had gathered nround tho
little hallway entrance to see tho ar
rested United States official go forth,
with bended l.uad, to tho prison cell,
or whbroicr tho Sheriff decided to
tako Mm. Hut the rrowd was disap
pointed, for when Mr. llreckons" door
opened, only tho Sheriff and Judgo
Andradu came out. llreckons stayed
"Mr, Breckons accepted tho .war
rant very grncefully," stated Iaukea.
"Ho will coiii'j beforo tho court tomor
row morning at 9 o'clock."
When first seen Mr. nrcckons stated
thai he had nothing to say. A' few
minutes later when Judge Stanley
camo In nnd announced that Attorneys
Kinney and Prossor, who nro opposed
to llreckons In tho Moses Kokl case,
had offered to go ball for Mr. Breck
ons, or render any nsslstunco what
ever, ho warmed up and talked.
"I will do nothing except admit that
I was at tho Orpheum Theatre," stated
Mr. Brotkons. "If I 'am guilty of any
crlmo. I will tako my medicine, go
to prison, If necessary. Other than
that, I havo nothing lo say now."
When nuked if ho considered Sat
urday evening's melco iih n prlzo-flght,
Mr. HiccKons said that ho did not.
An wns natural, tho matter of Brcck
r iii5 ...' . jm i!j .j.mu-
AND HOTEL STREETS.
RHEY ROBERT W. BRECKONS
reckons at work, where he was found
Civic Federation thought to arrest
Al 'r I..' "!'L Vx
onn' nrrcbt caused a great deal of com
ment around town, when It became
known. Some wonder was expressed
at tho fact that Richards could swear
to tho allegations in tho warrant.
whjih are that "Breckons was wilfully
a spectator at a certain prlzo fight In
n public place, to-wlt: tho Orpheum
'Iheatio," when, us a matter of fact,
Hlchards was not present, and as a
consequence could havo no personal
know-lodge of that fact. It was alsd
suggested that as Breckons Is a Fed-
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SHU BY CAR
Owner Has Very Narrow
It. W. Shinglo.' tho president of .tho
Henry Vntcrhouso Trust Co., had an
exceedingly narrow cscapo from death
or serious accident last night. Ills
automobile wus struck by a Rapid
Transit car and badly smashed up,
hut ho himself escaped with a few
Very little could be learned about
(Centinied on fay e 2)
For $5.00 per Year
If you invest ?5.00. per.year in one
of our Safe Deposit Boxes, you will
be perfectly at ease in regard to the
safety of your valuables.
.It's worth it. isn't itt
HARBIN, Manchuria, Tune 2. A serious boycott of Japanese goods
has been declared throughout Manchuria.
No Woman's Suffrage
- PORTLAND, Ore., June 2. The result of today's election was two
Republican Congressmen. The single-tax proposal and woman's suffrage
lORTLAVD.'.'Ore., Jane 2. The
torpedo notiUjarn?t4 here-today.
OEN.'BOLLER IS DEAD'
Redvers JJuller, who commaifded the
British force in the Transvaal war,
$700,000. AS SUBSIDY
NEW YORK, N.'Yi, June 2. The
steamer Mauretania, with 635 nauti
cal days' record for the Cuaarders,
has' earned an annual subsidy of
WON LAT0NIA DERBY
CINCINNATI, Ohiot June 2.
Finkola won the Latonia Derby.
Time, 2:35 3-5.
Fred. Church Is to take the man
agement of the Hawaii Photo and
Art Company. This was the report
In the business district today, and
although It was not definitely con
firmed, thero seems no doubt that It
is true. Mr. Crook has resigned tho
management nnd Is waiting only for
someone to take his place beforo ho
goes to tho Coast. Mr. Church Is an
experienced hand In the business,
having originally started the Hono
lulu Photo Supply Company.
Br. Francis Brown, director for tho
Oriental school at Jerusalem, has boen
elocted president of Union Theological
Seminary to succeed tho lato Or.
Charles Cuthbcrt Hale.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. Xing St
t , No one is hot in our
J Cafe since, we have in
stalled that New York
Alexander Young Caie
CARSON CITY. Nev June 2.
The Democratio State Convention in
session here today instructed itt del
efratAR for Bryan.
SPAIN IS EXPECTANT
MADRID. Snain. June 2. The
accouchment of Queen Victoria is ex
pected during this month.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. June 1.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 4.36
cents, or it" 20 psr ton. Previous
quotation, 4.30 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, lis. 3d. Par
ity, 4.37 cents. Previous quotation,
PRINCE DM BETTER
Princess Kawananakoa received a
cablegram this morning announcing
that Prlneo David la Improved, This
Is Interpreted by the Princess to mean
that her husband In out of danger.
M. A. Sllva Is apparently meeting
with good succus enlisting Portu
guese on tho Coast, who wish to re
turn to work on tho plantations ot
tho Islands. The .last two trips ot
tho Alameda havo brought more than
a hundred returning Portuguese and
it is understood they have gone to
the plantations. Conditions on the
mainland are not such -ns to make
life on the Coast more attractive
than iho fields of Hawaii.
Fine Job Printing at the Bullstln.
Pure, home-made, delicious,, at
HolUster Drug Co.,
J. liopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET. '
Honolulu Gets Eight
Tho tntlro llect will pass tho Leper
Settlement, Molokal, early morning
July 16th. Twelve ships will arrhe
Honolulu about 1 p. m. Four ships
will arrive near Ulialna about 1 p. in
nirthcr details will bo smt as plans
The above caticgiam from Admiral
Spcrry wns rented today by Chair
man Carter of the Fleet executive
The Kxecutho Commlttco of the
Fleet Committee met again today In
the offices of tho Promotion Commit-
tee and discussed many matters
nected with the arrival of tho Fleet. ' m the old rooms of tho I'acinc hard
Chairman Carter reported that Mr. w"fo store for the convenience of the
Cobb's services ns an accountant "aval men. This offer was accepted
could be secured by the Fleet Exccu- Peck reported on hotel accommo
tlve Committee. On motion by r. L. datlons and, on motion by Mr. Mc
Waldron, seconded by McCandlcss, 1 Candlcss, seconded by Mr. Waldron,
the Chair was authorised to make the reports were received and placed
arrangements with Cobb, reck of on flic. '
the Ways and Meant Committee ex- Present nt the meeting were Oco.
hlbltc J "the forms on which the Fleet R. Carter, Secretary Wood, F. L. Wal
accountant may' keep' track of all dron, J. A. McCandless, Geo. W.
transactions. - Smith, L. T. Pock, and C. II. Dickey.
Hawaii" Sails Eor
At 2:25 o'clock this afternoon, tho
yacht Hawaii, entry for this Terri
tory In tho Trans-Pacific Yacht Race,
which Is to start from San Pedro on
July Fourth, slipped from her moor
ings, caught the brccte which swept
down Nuuanu Valley, and, spreading
her big, white wings, sailed from tho
harbor for her long voyage to the
Btartlng.-post. She carried with hei
the alohas of the crowd which col-
! lected at the foot ot King atrcet to
see her off. And she carried with her
also "bon voyage" from tho city she
represent, whose citizens own her,
and whose colors the will defend.
Disappearing this afternoon around
Diamond Head, she bears the hopes
ot Hawaii. When she Is seen again
to round that Head, she will bear th'o
realization or the death of all those
hopes. Before leaving the harbor,
she sailed up and down tho bay, to
give the crowd a chance to view her.
For many weeks the tidy little
craft has been tho object ot tho deep
est interest on the waterfront, be
cause of tho big things sho Is ex
pected to do, and to do which she set
sail today. Designed by Crownln
shlctd, and built by Alex Lyle with
public funds, she Is sailed by Capt.
On motion of Mr. Wood, seconded
by Mr. Waldron, It was decided that
n jolnl moctlnB of the Executive and
Entertainment Committees bo held
.,.,. ,,., , ..,,,
" """"' nftenioon at 131)
o'0,:k '" t"e rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce. This was dono In or-
dcr to get n better understanding hu-
twern the two lummlttecs
Captain Ilrudley of the balvutfon
Army Informed Chairman Carter tli.it
tho Salvation Army people here woro
ready to render astmtance to the
Fleet Committee and thai the Army
con-(could provide 230 beds to bo placed
S. J, Ilnrrls, the most competent
schooner captain in the Islands. "I'll
sail the. sticks out of her to win,"
ays hcAand bo will.
Whistles were blown on all tho
steamers and the factories and mills
about the harbor, as the boat tacked
about In tho bay. After making one
run up to the Inter-Island wharf, she
came back, and went about right 'off
the end of tho wharf where the crowd
had collected to see her. Sho spun
about so quickly and nicely that the
Flags were mastheaded on the
hipping In port.
As the little craft left the wharf
where she was' moored, the yacht Ka
mohameha also left her dock, and
sailed up and down the bay at the
same time. But as she made for the
channel, tho topsails and the flying
i jib ot the Hawal were hoisted, and
she stood away from htr companion.
Tho racer was met off the harbor
by a number ot yachts which had
gone out previously. Members of the
.committee 'pent out with her on
launches and on the tug Intrepid.
Autos lined the wharf and the
secno was a gay one. Berger's band
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