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VOL. X. NO. 4096
lO PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3 1908-IO PAGES
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PRICE 5 CENTS
CIPAL ACT H
Grimy Work on Ships;
Too Busy to Maneuver
I ftl ' I A 4 1
Valid, Is Decision
Shoilff nn ten cxrrcst-03 Kfp.it bbI-
t?EAE AWTIFI SWINBURNE
Coinraandinir First Squadron of Pa-
Clio FIt. how in Fort
half of the enlisted men nru of HiIh
ChI, Ihovn.r.i ' of to. ! i:. Is t .
ll.iy being ' ,11'bbll Into II- IiM n '. i
lliu big will o unison, .t.i-i tin .iii
i;ri'on rtaitru ' l'in:.i n ' i;
Hiilurii and J.i'ilii ci. 1 f .i ii Ihu
wharves. It Is hung dm.. il mid
hauled, u:i!l swims ubotit l.i 70Q punn i
hags Wirt liilelifi.. !'' ' t'l Ami It
1.1 awfully dlity In tills p.irt'i ulai- sec
lion of lln United M-ilo N .. ,!a
lly Saturday, inm-t or llio coaling
idlOllhl llU til.OUSll. mi I inn ! u illlll
iiiimi uutly for n Utile re t ..il roei'e
nllmi befoul lliey pru'sftM ui lo S.t
lima, In nctnrdanco v:!t:i r,oli- uctiPil
ule. Hul'.irtiiiv. when tin oalln k an 1
ph-anlng ship Ib ih'imsli. l!ii' in n will
bo paid nfT-und g'.vcn shu.i U:n . anil
llien fur t In) good llnies.
Will Tow Ayain.
Tim trip in Sanioi vlll I) nuili i
rontlliuanco of tlin towuiK U'Mh wllicli
WITH liallllll'll Ml KHCCOl'Kfllllv 111 III'
tllp ilown Uvtv frtilil fliu ri-i.icUQd. j
Tim ileillciyi'i'H will lie aualn liltrheil !
f.i.l.l 111., I'.lfrjl VliC.l.l !IM.l tilt hllllpr I
trip conl liiiii'il. 'Admiral L'. S. X was limn at Now-
lt.ilil inanpiivura will not lie In potl.lt I.lnUMT. He served with
iliilltcil In llilii llnii', In Bpitc or rumors rilatlnetlmi uu tho Atlantic Fleet ilur llhv of llio I'uclflo Cmift onlv are out
lo Hint effect, na tho Fclu'dule iI'hm ni.t hk tho Simnlt.li war. and vaa at tho " "iln trip, tho third division being
allow llnio for nny extra I'Valiitlinm. - vav:il Acailvuiv diuiiiK the Civil ,c'ft "l 'a,e lEln'1' Captain . A.
To Help Local Police. Wlll fill 1 1 Ki-nuial romnmiid of all
Malar .1 P Myers. IT. B. MuiIop ' ' ,... . , thno divisions. Ho Iiiih for lib flus-
Corps of Tho VlrBlil.: who U to li"vo ' , " waJ ,r!l 8B' to ' ''IT'TJ "' ' Solnce' wl"ch l8 '" ac' ,ho
i-lia ko or Hi.- ikiIIcIiik r the Hei'l "f Kl'il,' Atlmlml onvhily 2J. 190C. flagship, offlco and homo, so to fpenli.
durliiB Its may In this purl, this nimii. !l :: :i :s J: :s a ls " 'f the lest of the flotilla. The Solace,
lui! called on HberltT laukea. and nv Hc6 duly cm nhnrp, and they will havii Biipply Hlilp, ban been In this svrvlco
ruiiKi'iui'iitM wine mailo for lb collah- their headquarlcw at llio pollco sta- au'it two mo.ilhs. Tho plan U a now
, nii'iiul of lb" l"K-"t i'i thrf Uie.'Jltni ntuiu nrruiisumeistH Imvu been mo ami Just brlns cdjiibled, but will
niitl.nrltiPH for the hnudllu.f or llio mnilo for their accommodation, the " J'lK tlilni! when conipleU'. Tho
fltuallon lit (ho mnip inaniiei' us .vns hack Inspector'a olflce having been men lll have baths, Inimilr).. and oth-
iIuiiii nt tho time of llio stay of tho At- converted for tho time being to an or- er conxenlenceBin tho Sulncu; Blio
lanllc I'locK Kacli day men rrom each flco for tho officers In chapo of tho will carry n maclilno shop: tho pay
.nr llio vosbi'la will bo detailed ror po-provoEt guard. (Continued on Page 2)
I . ' "
Of Supreme Court
MELBOURNE, Aui.. Sent. 3. The nfi tara from tlic American
Fleet defeated' the local team in. tin contest hclJ tod.iy. The Tlcet team
was defeated at Auckland.
Ilur.ipllnn tit tin. f.lrt tli:it tin, lli'iit nil.
thurlllcs liavn thus conic to thu assUI-
jencu of the police, as It was ilupion ,
iiiraii'ii During iui may oi inu auaiiiic
fltel that wayward ones inn bu kept in
imuui oeiicr tinier ay men- own muii . . ....... ',.f vni.m im,l..r II,,. Miinlrhml Arl.
i.-.. ... ii.- ....i.. timi tiiiu tiim-ninir Himi'iitif.ii nv in " -- - - .
m'. ...'"'"" " " i . Z ..which me in conflict with thoo tie-
i' mvn ncis, suurciiio L.uri oi uu icrniury oi
jiiiu inu niuj 'i iini - in ..
mm m w
rhi' leg'tllty of the Municipal Act With legaul to the (liiiillflcatloiis
, lined under the Organic Act. tho Ru-
thls port, tho personnel of lliu nicii,,,awu"' '"""i"" '" ,u "-";R "" ricme Court stated that the roriner
niul officer" liuu liceu coiisltli'ably'itowitet Justices cimie Into court, (could be dUiegarded without linpulr-
I changed, that of the men through anil Chief Justice Hartwell uniiounc- lug the validity of thu remainder of
transfers and additional enlistments. .,i tliU c"e. or "John KkimoIiiOi B.'llie Act. The derentlant's tleniurrer
In tact the i .easels carry a very largo tlu ItJ,inI of gupenlnors or the to the other two main consideration
Lr"'?. r," ' r"' ',.1 , M ' County t.f Ottliu.'; He Ihei. stated was sustained, and the plaintiffs ,.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Sept. . Th shin Eeton Hall, from
Newcastle to Valparaiso has besn to xd to Tahiti attT a moit disti-css-inr
experience. The ship was dismantled in i nt.-ii-". Follow r"r this"'
the crew mutinied and one was kill;J.
that, in uhoit, the derision of tho titlou tllsnilssed.
vllliam iliomiiu SwinliuriiK, Hear.lt ,), j,rcsuut time.
sort. Tho complements or till tho ves. wun .- j n"w. ... n,., ..,, t,...
cols aiv full. In fact, to tho man. The Ail.
West Viigliilu, being llio fl"itin -'
over 900 men on board, and tho other
bW cruisers hau ovor S0 euUi, in .-.
lng a veiy respeclablo ciowtl of prnb j
amy &uuu juchk's unii uuicith hi pur.
The derision or the Court In full
JOUX KM.MKI.ITII i: TIIK IJOA1U) OF Sl'PKHVISOUS
OF TIIK COITXTY OF ()AHlT. V
Two dlvUloiiB or thu destroyer lot-
Biil Prepared To Compel
Better Handling By
n h SB
KMm W m
LINK CONDEMNS BIG
Oiiii of Hip most Important inoisiiica
In l.ii Introduced In tho Loglulatme,
when ll muet'4 uoxi ear Mill ho u bill
aullioiizlng thu Hoard of Agilcultmo
i, ml Korusliy to regulate tho method
of handling livo Btocl; by transporta
At tho lucellng of tho Hoard yester
day nricruoon, a letter In ilic nnliiru
of n complaint was received fiom K.
Khunp of llnclcfelil & Company, in bo-
hair of Kukaluu plautalltiu, In which ho merely smiled when tho mutter
Itt'liticlzed tho rough handling of llalwnu mentlonc' to him ami declined to
live stock by tho transput tatlnu com- admit or del.., ho allegation,
pany. Tho letter further tilatcd that Tho ihiIIHcr in mo coufitry dIMilcts
(Continued on Page 3) j (Continued on Page 2)
SuporvlRor Kcnlohn, who was elect
ed in nls prceint seat on tho Hoard
on the Home itule ticket, has aband
oned the cohoru of Notlcy and hai
sought peacu and liapplnesK in tho He
publlcan fold. Tho report that Ko
iilohn had changed his political faith
Tor tho better was brought from Koo
Inupoko, whero tho Supervisor resides,
by Deputy Sheriff Prank t'alila, who
vouches for tho statement that Ko
aloha baa signed tho Itopuhllcaii pre
Keahiitii wnb teen til If. forenoon but
Is your boy ready for school ? He will probably need
a new suit to look neat and trim for the beginning of tho
Bring him here and have him try on some of the
handsome boys' suits just unpacked, ,
We have the most natty styles for children to be seen
in Honolulu. We've got the goods; you've got the boy
, let's get together.
SaysThey BringTuo Much
Influence To Fear
"It is InipoHsiblo to Bay what tho
political situation is on Maul," said
I.lnk McCuiidli'ss this morning. "Ow
ing to tho lullucnco which is brought
to, bear on tho people there. I had no
Idea hefotu I went there of tlia tre
mendous gtlp which the big corpora,
tlons hnvo on tho voters. It actually
goes so far that If a mini asks for a
job lui Is told to sign tho Republican
I oil first. I' or this reason llio groat
majoilty or tho voters, who dorend on
tho corporations ror their work, aro
nfrnld to express their political opin
ions In caso they do not agree with
tlioco ot tho corporations, anil consc
qtiently nothing can bo said about how
wo really stand betore tho actual vot
ing. It is lucky that wo have a tree
and becrct ballot In this country, and
that may glvo us tho advantage yet."
'Tho great ami only Link returned
this morning in tho Claudlno nttor n
strenuous stumping tour or both Maul
and Molokal, his principal aim being
(Continued on Page 3)
HlKllVKI) QlTM'lli.-M I'KIIM ClIUMTIT ('oijJtT, FlIIST C'lltCIIIT.
Argmsl Aiipwt ::i. I'.iOS. Decidpil St-jiti'inlicr t, 1!I08.
JIaiitwm.i., ('.,!., Wii.jiki: ami Uai.i.ou, .1.1.
Mandamus rlr.l.t of citizen nnd taxpayers.
Tho right tit a 'citizen and taxpayer to mandamus against pub
He officers 'ictini: under a statute alleged to bo void, bused upon
nn nntlclirtory. refusal, is not passed on In view of walvpr of Hit
point by defendants and the sustaining or a demurrer nti othec
(Continued on Fags 6)
OAKLAND, Calif.. Sept. C. Th: husband of Vrs. Donahue, who was
murdered some weeks ago, committed suicide tcthy? vrriotu to the coro
ner's inquest. He left a note declar ng his innocence of the murder 'of
hi wife and named the alleged assasun. .
The Kash Co., Ltd,,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
has resumed business
aftei a week's vaca
tion. If you wish to buy
or sell stocks or bonds
we shall be pleased to
handle your order.
a yumyanjj Liiu
uxo tujti oj.., Honolulu
The fleet wlll have pay day and first
slioio leave Saturday. Tho firth Is tho
tegular pay day ot tho Pacific Fleet
At present they aro actively engaged
in coaling opcrntlnns, and nouu of th
men will get off for shoro leavo until
thoy are through with tho work Inci
dent to these operations. After tho
coaling tho ships must bo cleaned,
which wlll also require tho attention
of all hands.
So there wlll ho little time ror the
men to do sightseeing while In port
this time, hut It Is expected that they
will do better In this line v.lillo tins
crtilsprs make their October stay In
With tho sports programed tor Sat
urday and Sunday tho boys wlll have a
grand godo time.
BAND CONCERT ON
YOUNG HOTEL ROOF
In honor of Admiral Swlnburno and
tho officers ot the Fleet a special se
lected program or music will bo ren
dered by tho Hawaiian baud tonight.
On Sunday afternoon tho Hawaiian
band will give a concert nt the Moana
DANCE AT HONOLULU
SEASIDE HOTEL TO
NIGHT IN HONOR OF -PACIFIC
Commencing this evening, and con
tinuing every night during tho visit
or tho Pacific flcot, a.danco will bo
given in their honor, '.i'itbo Honolulu
Sensldoillotel. SpeoCIWllinors wlll
also bo served In the; A&k jir dining
rijom iroiii sivininy,i:kWSHi..v wnicn
uas necn attractive
Ihn orcnslnnH. Mint
dinners and danccsuMliyo suitylloil
llio Kaal Ohio CltiCAiCordlsl.-lnvl
tlon to tho localArmy id Navyf
as well aB tlie'humei,. . uaiMntf
thu Seaside, Is extendi
SAN FRANCISOfJ,' fJalif., Scot. 2
SUGAR: 83 analysis Beets, Os.
7 l-2d. Parity. 4.01 cents. Previous
quotation, Bs. 6d.
The quotation for Sent. 1 should
have been 3.885 cents, or $77.70 per
ion, inueBujfio.n; cents.
Honk! Honk! Call 1111 or tl, J.A.'
Mcl.eod, tor pleasantest auto rldt.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 3. Rcy Knatenshue mada-n -s'ucceslful
flight in his airship today. He camel thies passcn-vn. ,'-'
JUMPED FROM HOTEL 'WINDOW
SAN FEANCISCO. Calif., Sept, 3. Helen Callcn, n wealthy invalid,'
stopping r.t a local hotel, leaped from a uincVv this morning and died
of her injuries,
m mu , m
GEN. DEWITT IS DEAD
FORT YELLOWSTONE, Sept. 3. Ocn. Calvin Dewitt died hcie to
day. Hr was a Civil War veteran and lately President of the Army
CASTRO FINES CABLE COMPANY
CARACAS, Venezuela, Sept. 3. The FieiiaWeablp. company has
been fined five millions of dollars for complicity in"the Matos revolution.
It Is stated about tho courts that
tho Grand Jury, which mot yesterday
and will report noxt Wodnes-lny, wlll
bring In nn Indictment against Leon
Straus, tho ardent lawyonlovor. Con
cerning tho other cases nothing def
initely has been learned.
Served Cold at Soda Fountain of
Drug Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT.
Our Candies, and our Pastry too,
Are of the best, and ever new;
Our Fact'ry DAILY sends supplies,
And that's wherein the secret lies.
Alexander Young Cafe,
COR. BISHOP AND HOTEL STS.
Fire Destroys Landt
arehouse At Honomu
A wlrclehs message was this morn- Owing to tho fact that thero had
lg received by llrowcr & Co.. tho not ))Cl. hl,niclent Bte.uncr facilities
Utkcnts of tliq llonomu Sugar Coni-,0 ,,, tho ,, ,atc,y ,, Ul0
-,,.- -r uu i ia V iu it iu inn uiii'rt i iiiii.
.udlng wuohouse of Hint plmi
S.S. LURLINE, Sept. 1st
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co
72 S. KING.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
ti i was destroyed by flro ester
diy. , '
(It is understood that the building,
which la valued nt nbout ten thou
sand dollars, was a totnl loss, but
this Ib covered bv Insurance which is
held by sovoral companies lepresent
cd by local agents.
plantation wns using every available
space ror storage, tho warehouse vvnn
tilled with goods, both sugar, fertili
zer, gnnernl merchandise and lime,
and the wireless stated tlmt this
morning the latter wns still burning.
Insurance t'nderwrlter Ourrey will
leave In tho Claudlno tomorrow to
ndjtist tho loss.
is worth more than the boy's.'
Let us deliver your messages.
Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
judged by your personal appearance T
Don't clothe your body well and neg
lect your feet, you may lose out by
wearing shabby shoes.
IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S
was never so complete and up-to-date
as now, lhave embodied in our
shoes nearly every Jeather known.
When passing by, stop and look
ot the Leather Window Display.
Manufactures Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street. Telephone 282.
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