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VOL. X. NO. 4J0I
lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ?. I908-1O PAGES
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NELSON WINS FIGHT IN TWENTY-FIRST
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Judge Reed To Try
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 0. Judge Reed of Seattle will try the
Japanese seal poachers captured by the Revenue Service. The trial will
take place at Valdcz in October.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 0. Orville Wright's aeroplane made
a flight here today, remaining in the air fifty-seven and a half min
utes. FOLSOM, Calif., Sept. 9. Two prisoners made a break for liberty
today, One was killed.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 0. The salmon ship Lucile has been
wrecked at Musagak, and js a total loss. No lives were lost.
Platform With Many
Republican Tcriltoilnl Comcntlon
Republican County Comcntlon
JJJeinocrutlo "Territorial Convention
Of these tlio llrst will lie held nt the Orphcum, the second at
the "Id flshmnrkot, and the third nt Wmcrlcy Hall. The date
Tor the Democratic District nml County Com en t Ion has not as
jet been set.
In splto of the proximity of these flngly small number of candidates
ilicldlng du8 In tho political battle h:io had the courage to declare
but very little attention seems to bolthomsehcs openly. This leaves things
paid to tho situation, nnd a surprU-l (Continued on Page 6)
Warships Anchor Off
Port Ready To Sail
At 1 o'clock this afternoon, tlio cruls-
er Pennsylvania left her dock, nnd
steamer outsldo tho harbor to an anch
orage there. She Is follow oil by tho
Maryland, tho California, tho Wash
ington and tho Tennosseo, In tho ord
er named, nt halt hour Intcnnls Tho
West Virginia goes -out tomorimv
morning; tho debtiojeiH possibly then
nlso, hut mora probably this nftcrnbon,
lato. Ami tomorrow tho vessels wilt
up anchor nnd Htotiu uwny for Samoa.
Today tho usual routing around
for delinquents Is In iinlor. Tho last
of tho fond stuffs tiro going abnaid tliu
BOYS' BLbUSE SUITS
MOTHERS have been calling for them
' for several weeRs and we are now
ready to supply the demand.
Made of fine blue sjerges in the natty
Norfolk styles with pleats and belts.
The most becoming suits young boys can
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Monday,' Sept. 14
Saturday, Sept. 19
. . ThursdSy, Sept. '10
torpedoers, and tho last look at the
town was had by tho last liberty party.
Tho Fleet will keep In wireless
touch with this placo through ho As
sociated Press, principally. Arrange
ments linvo been made through tho
local wireless peoplo for tho sending
and receiving of A. P. messagos at 9
o'clock every ovenlng. Tho receiving
is to bo done at Barber's Point, and
tho sending will bu from tho samo
place. It is certain that tho arrange
ment will work all rlsbt for 500 or COO
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AND HOTEL STREETS.
- 18 REDUCED
Tax Appeal Court Gives
Decision In Waianae
Tlio Territory has again lost a tat
appeal case, although tlio amount
which tlio Tax Appeal Court reduced
their nuscBsment was not consider
able In view of tho amount Involtcd.
This tlmo It was that of tho Walanao
Company, Limited, who returned tho
nidation of their property nt 1426,994
nnd wero assessed by Tax Assessor
Wilder nt $700,000. Tho Tax Appeal
Court, consisting of J. K. Morgan, Wal
ter Dillingham and J. P. tirown, hau
reduced tho latter assessment to the
sum of 1031.484 50.
Tho Items, tho values of which aro
In dispute, aro a certain government
leasehold, growing crops, and tho fco
slmplo lands of the appellant, in this
case tho Walanno Co. Tho area of
tho land held under a government
government leasehold Is 3332 acres,
which Is leased to them for a period
of flvo jears, dating from December 1,
190G, at an annual rental of ssuoo. Tho
Tax Anneal Court in ronderlng the de
cision does not go Into tho merits of
the case as set forth by tho Attorney
Ocneral to any great oxtent, and it is
therefore that Mr. Hcmeuway will un
doubtedly take tho case still higher. I
However, tho Court does, ni glv-
In- Its decision make an Itemized
statement of tho individual valuations
of each particular iiortlon of the prop
erty of the company. The estimated
nggrcgato valuo which Is considered a
fair no by- the Court of th'u property
of tho Waianae Co. Is named at SC31,
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A ery largo attomlnnco hcld'n most
enthusiastic meeting of theiAlowa Im
provement Club last evening on the
spacious lanal of Miss M: D. Coombs
on Alowa Heights. Officers wero elect
ed for tho ensuing year nnd many sub
jects wero discussed, among them be
ing tho proposed road ueiwocu aim
lunntng parallel with Judd nnd Wylle
ttrccts nnd extending from LUlhu
street to the Alewa tract. The Alewa
Heights ncoplo havo a splendid ma
cadam road leading to and through
their tract, nnd tho Territorial Gov
ernment still lias several hundred dol
lars of avallablo funds for further road
Tho newly eieciou omcors aro:
President. F. D. Creedon: vice presi
dent, Miss M. M. Yodor: secretary, W.
II. Coombs; treasurer, It. II. Trent.
Mr.'Chaun, the Prohibition candi
date for President, is achieving re
markable success In breaking Into the
news columns of -the papers. He was
rescued from drowning the other day
while in bathing, nnd saved a negro
from mob violence during the Spring
Held riots. Evidently he does not
need tho services of a press agent In
order to keep his name before tho
public. Ilochester Democrat and
A Will is
It prevents watte when
an estate is being settled
up. The smaller the es
tate the less it can afford
We make wills in proper
legal form without charge,
no matter how little prop
erty you have. Come and
learn the particulars.
923 FORT ST., Honolulu
The following! was sent to
D u 1 1 e t i n offlej this noon:
There was a caucus held last nieht
at Moses Patau pi ace for tho Demo-lwrong with,Captaln Going, who full
cratlc Territorial and County dele- ed to appear on the bridge as .usual.
gates to select their candidates for
the Territory and County.
IDelegate to Congress, Hon. L. L.
Senators: O. J. Waller, Frank K.
Harvey, and E. A. Mclnerny.
Mayor, Edward Ingham.
Supervisors: 'Jos. J. Fern, M. tj.
Silva, C. J. Campbell, W. II. McClel
Ian, Jesse Uluthl, J. W, Young, and
Henry C. Vlda.
Treasurer, Richard II. Trent.
Auditor, J. C. Anderson.
Clerk, Geo. K. Lowe.
Attorney, E. ft, Watson.
Sheriff, Wm. P. Jarrett.
Deputy Sheriff, Chat. Ilose.
J. C. Anderson yesterday changed
his mind from running for County(
Clerk to Auditor In fnvor of Qeq.
Lowe, who he thought Is a mudh
stronger candidate for the Clerk
ship. Horace N Crabbe's namtj was
aUo Mentioned lor'BuDcrvU'or. but
when; iMavote was taken hlir' name
was, left out entirely. c
AN ASSISTANT FOR'
Richard Qulnn Coming
Another assistant engineer for tho
harbor work will soon bo here, undor
U. S. Engineer, Captain Otnell. Tho
new man is Illcharil Qumn, n civilian,
who comes from Manila, tu All in a
place created by tho rush o: work on
tho new- range light, on iMlbnr forti
fications, dredging, and the like.
Work on the now range lisht has
commenced. A sortous question of
location has been for some tlmo In
vohed. There aro to bo placed short
ly on, tho harbor front, four six Inch
guns, forming a battery for tho more
direct protection of tho narbo.', and
supplementary to tho battery nt Dia
mond Head, which Is near completion.
This battery has been foi u lung
whllo a matter of rumorbul it U now
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COR. BISHOP AND HOTEL STS.
HAD GOING FIRED
Japanese Official Said
To Have Felt'He
Yesterday just rb soon as the
steumshlp Tenyo Maru, which urrived
from Japan, docked at the Hackfeld
whnrf with Captain Ucnt In com-
Iraand, some of the local Japanese be
'can to susnect there vns Bonietlilnir
"Captain doing Is tired," said ono
of the Jnpnneuo who claims to know
the situation. "The trouble with
Captain doing was Hint he did not
show proper respect to Mr. Arnkawa,
the Japanese Minister to Mexico.
Minister Arakawa was a passenger
In the Tenyo Maru on her recent trip
to San Francisco, whence he proceed
ed to Mexico. During the passage
from here to San Francisco, Captain
doing offered his seat at tho dinner
table to a certain white gentleman
who has no official position, and paid
no attention whatever to Mr. Ara
kawa,'who was among the diners.
This action of Captain doing angered
the tylnlster nnd on arriving nt San
Francisco Arakawa telegraphed back
to the manager of the steamship line
at Yokohama with a request to re
move Captain doing. . This was done.
'Another Japanese .gentleman, . of,
uuttTwas the secretary -oMhVJiin-ese
Parlimcnt. He also lodged a
complaint with the steamship office
at Yokohama'." ,,
Captain Bent, (he new commander
of the Tenyo Maru, was, seen yester
day about-the roport and he simply
statedlthat thero'was'no (ruth In It.
"This Is tho first time I've heard
that story," said Captain Ucnt. "As
far as I know, Captain Oolng Is on
the reserve list, He is drawing his
salary as usual and has an office at
Yokohama. It In necessary that there
be some captains on the reserve list.
Should any one of tho captains get
sick, his place would bo filled by ono
of the reservists.
"Personally, I know that high gov
ernment officials are Invited to sit at
the captain's table. Some of the Jap
anese officials prefer to sit at tho
chief mate's table, because there
they can converse with their country
men more freely. I don't believe that
Captain Oolng disregarded Minister
Arakawa. Of course, I was not
there nnd therefore I cannot say
Chief Officer H. Hlnokuma was In
terviewed later on, but he, like Cap
tnin llent, denied having wltuesscd
tho alleged treatment of Mr. Ara
kawa by Captain Oolng. He stated
that usually Japanese gentlemen, In
cluding those officials who cannot
speak the English language readily,
sit at his table." At any rate, he
stated emphatically that ho had not
heard such a report before
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Sent. 8.
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quotation, 8s. 7 l-2d.
J. Hepp & to.,
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 9.
I knocked out Gans.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 9.
end Battling Nelson bids fair td be
is in attendance.
The betting at the ringside was ten to six on Nelson.
Eddy Smith is referee of .the flcht. Time was called at one minute
past three. The honors were even through the tenth round.
(Details of the dans-Nelson fight
tion of the n u 1 1 o 1 1 n .)
TORT STREET, 4 DOORS
Battle With Joe Gans
Nelson wins in Slst round. He
The great fight between Joe Gans
a long one. A tremendous crowd
will appear in the Second Edi
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