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Moving Picture Machine Is Assured
Por People of .Settlement
. Prompt Response -Jack
McVeigh Mas Good
fcSetjinnlnjy and Is
BULLETIN FUND FOR MOVING
FICIUBE EUUWMENr FOR
Bulletin Fub. Co. $10.
Alexander & Baldwin .... 25.
II) J. Wiiterhoubc, Tieas.
Hackfcld & Co 25.
My V. Pfntuiihauer, V. IMcs.
F. B. Harvey
Wm. 0. Irwin & Co
Hy 1!. M. Whllne). Tieas.
Hon. Photo-Sup. Co
Hy J. T. Wurion.
Lcwcw & Cooke, Ltd
Hy P. J. liwii), I'n's.
J. Hopp & Co
Pel i:. J. Wulkei.
Lewis & Co., Ltd
Ily II. T. Lewis. Pies. U Mgr.
M. F, Robinson
Z. K. Myers
M. Phillips & Co
.W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd..
Ily H. I'. Auerbiich, TieiiB.
M. Mclnernv. Ltd
Pei B. A. Mclnoi n , Tieas.
Willard E. Brown
Thompson & Clemons ....
B. w. Ehlers & Co
Ily R. M. Cheatham.
Bergstrom Musio Co., Ltd.
Per J. Hvuns, Treas.
Manhattan Cafe, per William
Oahu lee & Electric Co., by
Total Bulletin Fund
at 3:30 today $290.
The people at the Settlement will
have their moving picture machine.
There ' no douht about . The Bul
letin subscription list shows what a
prompt response the citizens of Ho
nolulu make when there Is good work
to" be dene.
Learning from Superintendent Mc
Veigh that the people at the Settle
ment wanted one of these machines
to put them In touch with the outsldo
world, the Bulletin Immediately
&et to work to get the money and with
what excellent result will be noted In
the list of names and figures given.
The exact amount has not been de
termine but If there Is any surplus
We have a large, new stock of them just in,
Single- and double-breasted Serges and Woolens, all
tailored in the latest correct fashion by New York's fore
most clothing- house.
Stop in and see them in our windows,
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets'
In Bulletin Fund,
there Is no douM that it can he well
expended In the purchase of additional
Siipcilntcudont McVeigh of the
l.cpei Settlement tun tlilnU of noth
ing else but "inoviiig-plttuic ma
chine:" thin morning, according to
his cran statement. Ho told how
sotro or tho leccut uulvals nt tlio
Settlement brought tlio news tu tho
eld Inmates of the wonderful sights
miiI scene i tliut woio brought before.
tlio eyo fiom nit imrts of the world
bj tlio little machines. Stintghtway
tlio iieoplo of tho Settlement hail a
Cleat liunkeiltig for the thing that
would put them, though Isolated all
their lives, In touch with tho doings
of tlio whole world.
The planned n concert which will
he given at tlio Settlement Septem
ber rth, mill for which they have
been training and practising conslst
entlj for considerable time past. In
tlil manner, they planned to raise
whut money they could among them
tolvcs with which they could mako a
start on tho fund to purchase n mov-Ing-plctuio-
"I understand that some friends of
the lepers hero in Honolulu aio plan
ning a minstrel show to bo given for
the benefit of tho movlng-plcturo
fund," nald McVeigh tills morning.
"Who tlteso people are I am not cer
tain as vet, but I thlnK that It would
bo n good Idea. I did not tniiKo tho
statement that tho peoplo at the Set
tlement had already raised $100 to
ward tho fund, but I said that wo
i on Id mid would raise that amount,
In speaking of the homo proposed
fcr tho white lepers, McVeigh wax
ed waini, for ho said that this was a
project which ho believed should
have been cairlcd out long ago. Tho
plan which lio has Is ono which Jio
drafted considerable time igo, but
was unablo to get the matter before
the Hoard In the right manner. Tho
plan Is to havo cottages placed
mound a squaro compound. In tho
center of which tho common mess
loonr. bathrooms, and lounging-iooms
could bo placed.
PUTS INTO PORT LEAKIN
llert Power will be asked to again
handle the lndliator In the games of
the Honolulu Baseball League.
At a meeting of tho l.eaguo held
thin noon, a motion was carried to
havo a committee if one go to licit
and offer him again the place, which
l.o has foi u long time filled us no
oilier man tu this city hns over do no
It The committee was mado Prank
Vbompkon It Is hoped that Pert can
be gotten In for the games Saturday
and Sunday. This knocks out tho
plans of the Jewels to have him on
third sack, as they have announced
that they will, but It means a good
deal to the fans.
It means snappy baseball again,
end the old orderly way of things,
and the clean decisions which mado
licit a fin or I te, and about the only
man on the Job for any consldeinble
length of time who over gave a great
deal of satisfaction to all paittcs con
cerned In tho gamc3.
Tho Diamond Head Athletic Club
won the Isenberg Cup offeied for tho
best aggregate iiveiuge In batting,
fielding, and base-running In the
"Triangle" series. Tho Puns camo
In second, and the Santu Claias, who
captured tho most games, wound up
in third plnco for the Cup.
Tlio thing was all flguicd out by
Monday, but was reported only this
noon at tho meeting of the leaguo
legularly hold weekly.
Scorer HabMtt figured stolen-hnse
average? on the number of attempts
mado to steal and tho number which
wero successful, and this was agreed
to bo the only fair way of figuring It
The Jewels luivo shown up well In
nil departments. It wns thought that
the Kotos would havo everything
their own way In tho stotcn-baso line
us they havo mado far and away tho
most steals of any team, but II was
(Conthnifad on Page 4)
The ntouuehlp I.urllne of tlio Mat
bon Navigation Company which U v
rectcd to conic In from San Kiancltco
today will not anlvo ui.tll next Sat
urday morning. Advlco to thU oftVU
was received by tho local agtmtr. she
was tlelacd In San Kianclieo to 10
cclve a now coat of paint ami receive
JjU'For Rent" cards on sale at
that we represent in
surance companies that
are among the most re
liable in the United
See us about your
insurance; we make no
charge for a conference.
023 FORT ST., Honolulu
REVIEW OLD YEAR,
PLANS FOR THE NEW
Tho Chamber of Commcicc held Its without exception, lending their help
annual meeting this afternoon with u und when the matter c.uno to n oto
,rood attendance of iiimbt"s. Iho In Congiess, but ono single Mike was
first business wns tho reading of tho found to bo agalnst.lt.
leport of President Moigan, In vlil-li Honorable J. K Kahinlnniolu, tho
was reviewed at considerable length Tenltorlal Delegate, and his socrc
the work of tho year tar, Mr. Oeo. U. MtClfllun, deserve
i President Morgan w.n clecl'-d f-.r Hie thanks, not only of thu Chamber
another term of office the list eil uf- of Comiueice, hut of the mtlro com
fleers not being iiiaieihlly cli'niifcn miiulty, for tho splendid work they
!rom last J ear. hao done for tho Islands at Washing-
President Morgan's adlii's In part Ion In riirtheilng Pea-l Harbor tegls
lollous: latlon and Bafegu inUiM tho Interests
(lentlpnioi: It n'fo Jt, nit much of Hawaii gincniily.
pleasure (o be ublu to present, limo- Tho thanks of tho Chamber aro alio
with niv annual rcpo.t and to know due to Hon. Francis M Hatch, Its reg
thut nnangonients hue been com- "tar roprescntathu at the Nntloml
lifted 'Ahenby It will appear with capital, who Is tver en the aleit to
othn mntttr of InteicJt, In printed advance Ilnwall'liiterosts, nor should
foitu and I trust tint this, thu first I v. o forget our fi lends In Congress und
antiuul publication to be Issued liy.'ho many Cliambers of Commeico
the Chamber, may b-i but thu begin
nitig of nn unlnteiruptel re lus which
will tucrcjsu In Milne from cai to
ear. It thould be our c:ide:nor to
mul'.o the Annual of tlio Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce a publication
of such merit thut It will bo looked
upon as nn nulhorlt i u Island mat
ters and find a welcone In the Ilbrury
of every commercial organization
throiighout the woil.l
It Is nlenBlnir to nolo bv llio Keere.
tnrj's reiKirt thai, Iho membership of The reiort reviews tho work dono
the Cliumlivr has Aowu a healthy In- for hotter dtllverj or inallaluiiiMur
crease during tl ear. All or tho Camp Shafter, Chamber of Commerce
Territory's liodliig Interests' aro now building. National Council of Corn
well represented n-id rind In the nicico National BOanl or Trndo, In
Chamber an excellent medium fur e- illation to congressmen, resolutions
plotting tho best Interests of the Ib- passed, revenue cutter, special com
lands, sssti'iimtltully and effectively, mltteo of Public Health, Army and
Coastwise Shipping Laws.
Uion becoinliiK a Terrltorv. It of
course followed that tho Shipping
Laws of tho United States vveie np-i
plied to Hawaii, which means Hint
passengers or fitlght cannot be cir-'
lied between Honolulu and San Fran
clsco or any other American port, ex
cept In vessels living our flag. It was
lclt by many that being over 2000
miles fiom the mainland, Hawaii
ought not to bo subject to this con
traction of the law and an effort was
nude by the Ilouid of Trustees to se
cure the passage of a Dill by Con
gress, oxemptliig tho Islands from tho
lullng for a period of ycare until nt
least there were enough vessels living this morning, und tho subject of tho
tho American flag pljlng on the Pa- Kupaa lands was roferred to. al
clflc to readllv and at all times care though It was not gone Into deeply
for tho passenger traffic between Ha-'and thero was nothing deflnlto dono.
vvnli and thu mainland This mil will So fnr as tll0 ,)ro,)0()C(, exchange, the
bo brouaht up for consideration nt tho rm.m .,i,i ,i,i . .1 -.
next session of Congress. ( Governor stated this morning that
Mi. Moigan gees Into tho work for,tlle Tc"ltory wa finished and the
Pearl Harbor In detail, saving "Pet- matter was at a standstill unless tho
haps the most Important piece of Mnkee Sugnr Company came through
work undertakin during the venr by with somo sort of a counter-proposal,
tho Chamber was Its effoit to bring AiiTirniImnlr.lv lun thnnxnn.l nroa
iiuiiui wo eari) improvement ot reau
Tho Chambers of Commerco of the
entire Pacific Coast were particular!)
urgent In their demands for caily and'
favorable legislation, vvhllo among oth-1
ers, tho New Yoik and San Diego
nt.nn.hor. of Pmnmnmn ..l.1r.c.l
unnnlnl lillnro i Kicnnl in ,1... ... In .
to every Scnatoi and Representative.
President Roosovelt took occasion,
more than once, to expicss his pleas-,
uro at the way In which tho conimer-
clal bodies of tho United Status looked I
upon the great undertaking and was'
of tho opinion that tho stand they liiuli
taken would remove tho matter on-
t rclv out or no lit cs: would show thnt
It was not simply a pot scheme of tho
Army and Navy, but on ubsoluto and
well understood need of the greatest
Importance to tho entire count! y.
Tho work the Chamber set out to
do was accomplished, tho commercial
organizations throiighout tho country,
if you try them, that our COMBINA
TION LUNCHES and DINNERS will
suit your requirements ai to price
A. Y. CAFE
in our boys Watch 'Em Go!
who have neer fulled to come to our
aid ;hen nskid, to ulioto assistance
wo are corfilnly materially Indebted
for the final action taken b Congress.
Increase in Number, Doard of Trustees
On November 20th, 1U07, In com
pllauce with a chiingu In the b-lans,
the numuet of trusties wns Increased
from twelve to fifteen Messrs, P. J,
1-owrcy, U T. Peck mid W. M. Ulffaid
being elected us the' ne'.V mom
Navy Committee, reptcsentntlves at
Lake Mohonk conference. Trann-Mg
nilsslppl Congress, special nddiesscs
(Continued on Page 3)
CALLS ON FREAR
Col. 7.. S. Spalding and George
Palrchlld called on Qovcrnor Prear
of cano anil w)lch hnB bcc helu b
. ., . ,.
(Continued on Page 4)
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??J neln,1 al?,:i "clok V"s,nf;
torllOOn. SllO Will dock at about 5
S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEATIS PnTRAPPTTR
, Island Frilit Co..
l 7 viian wnn
" " "w. xn.vna xu.
The Latest and Most Delicious in
novation at our Soda Fountain.
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
I LLLI fiyuLBI3IILyiy9
SUPPLY SHIPS M4
SAN PTJAWPTRflfl ToUf Ann. in
. ....... w.www, vM..a., .u. AV. AJtt W4U1BC4J Ul UIK Xlltllli; XltCb
ere asscmbline in the harbor preparatory for the cruise to Honolulu
The collier Saturn and the supply
Fleet, sailed today for Honolulu.
NEW YORK. W. Y.. Alltr. Ifl
today for taking- $11,000. from a repiescntntnc of the Nicaragua)! Gov-
v...,v,b, viiibitu u ji4 ul iiiauiiiiy.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Ann- in
iinl.il ..m n ..... . l. 41 Tl a. ...i.
nuitu 4ui uuvcniur uy me usraocrai c convention.
Johnson hns been twice nominated and ( letted Covcinor of Minne
sota by the Democrats. Ho was a candidate for 1'rojldcnt against l!ry-mi.
SANTA f!RJf7. Pnlif Amr 10
Potter, from Honolulu for San Francisco, put in hers today leaking.
Tho Ilullotln vestcrday commented on tlio long trip of tho Coio-
ftrwln 4 ll n t'nuaul ti n Inn 1a n fn.i i,. .. .1 . .. 4 m .. . ...
...., ... ,voTO, .... ..,.h urai .i ij-limi
Ji'PParcnt that Captain Potter had a veiy
oubui Hum nit- irvvin ami uowzen npenrtea. . . 1
SYDNEY. Australia Ancr IB
sighted off this port at 6 o'clock Thursday.
PUERTO CORTEZ. Hondnrn A,r 10 n.n.rni n.4!
ent leader, and Colonel Cannon, au
ncAnahtv itrtlt hA .1.a4
ST. PETERSBURG. Austin Ai.tr
rested ct Slavinski, with plans of Russian fortificstiens in their posses-
1 i i -SEVENTY
WIGAN. Encr.. Antr. If) Swintv rnal niin .,:. 1...1 1 4..... ..
the result of a mine explosion.
M. P. Prosscr today served tho pa
pers ill tho big suit iiirnlnsf Prw.tl
Ilrown In tho mutter of the property
held by tho latter under a triiHt died
from 4ugust Dreier. Iiosldis Cetil
Brown, Anna Dreier Markhum. Adulo
Dreier. Auirust Under ir ,,. i-.i
ward Dreier are named aB ileftndanla
in 1110 sun in winch i:mm. Dreier,
widow of tho lato August Drtlei Is tho
This is a Black Kid Bluchcv
Bal, designed especially for
comfortable, cvery-day wear.
It is recommended to the
business man who has other
things than CORNS and
CHAFED, TIRED FEET to
Your feet will feel right in
these shoes when no others
T!, .....:...- -f it., n. !. 1-1.. i
ship Juttin, which precede the
Tnlinn Tl TTnima .. -.. 4!l 1
TMii Tn'in, .., 4.. .-
Tl, 1,-,vbi: n .i. n.i
nays out irom tins iort. It Is
heavj trip. The ship's cargo 1-
1 m , , ,
SYDNEY r t
Tin. Am; u4i,.i.j -r....,
American, have been captured and
GOT JAPANESE SPIES ,
in Tnnnn... ..-.. i , ...
' """vu U"B louay ns
Tho main point of tlio suit hinges
about the tlmo of tho execution of Hit
trust died Tho complaint allege'
that on the Cth da of November, ia07
and up to the dato of his death, Alig
list Dreier owned real und persona
property to tho amount of JG75,00n.
It. nlso alleges that on thu 5(h day of
November, ho executed it purported
deed of trust of part of his properly,
(Continued on Page 2)
Shoe Co., Ltd.
if 3 J
1051 Fort Street. Telephone 282. JM