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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!!. T., WEDNESDAY, OCT.
mm to act
Coliimliiin, O . Sept. 13. Tho Masons
of Columbus han tnkcn the Initia
tive In a world-wide movement for tho
suppression of Anarchy. Lincoln
Ooodaln Lodge has adopted resolution
expressing s)mpathy with tho I'roii
dent, dciioimcInK his assailant and
the anarchists who prompted the at
ttmpted assassination and railing
upon 'the Masonic fraternity through
out te world to hunt down tho fol
lowers of the red flag and ban Is';
tbcm from all cUlltzed countries.
This Is an extremely unusual actio 1
upon the part of the Masons, whoso
oiganlzatlon Is counted the most con
servative and self-contained in exist
ence. It Is very rare that any public
question or calamity calls forth oRl
rial expression. The resolution, cod
lea of which will be distributed broa I
tast, Is as follows
"Resolved, That we appeal to our
Masonic brothers In all quarters of tho
globe to constitute themselves as In
dividual watchmen and tranters to le
tect and aid tho guardians of law In
arresting, punishing and banlshlni;
from their countries eery vestige of
anarchy. And for this purpose we loot;
to the Grand Master of the unlrent'j
for help and guidance."
The new American ship Acme Is to
come here from Yokohama to load
Coolness and Comfort in the
Fiercest - Heat - of Summer,
Is a dry mineral powder mixed with water only.
It is being used successfully all over the Islands.
Estimates given for any iron roofs, from a sugar
mill to a small shed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For further particulars, come in and see the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO;
Wall. Nichols Co.,
THE HABIT OF BUYING
...IS A GOOD ONE...
BECAU8B YOU GET
the purest and most
wholesome kinds that
It Is possible to buy )
the kinds that ensure
good health and long
life. If you love your
little ones, show your
devotion by purchas
ing your groceries at
H. May & Co., Ltd.,
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT STREET.
Telephones 22, 24, OS
P. O. Box 380
Postage Stamp Food.
Tiffin, O., Sept. 20. The water ir
the uam at the Hock Springs Ico Com
pan)'s establishment, on ltork cieel .
was drained yesteiday, as u prccau
tlonuiy measuie for the health of tli j
community, and the Fifth ward youn;
Bttra had a high time catching tl3b.
Mrs. Walker of OoodBell street was
presented some ot the fish, and 'n
Lleanlnis them found a, postage stamp
In the stomach of one of them. It wuc
a two cent fctamp, and uncanceled. Tiw
fish wus a bas.
WHY hi: kicked.
Milkman Say, do ou Know whero
'tho family that used to live hero Iiuvh
Policeman No. Wuat do jou wai.i
to know for?
Milkman Because they have goiw
away without paying mo $11 thuy owyd
Policeman Well, I suppose tlmr"
was about (0 worth of water In thul
Milkman No, thero wasn't; that's
what makes mo so blamed mail. Thev
were new customers and I hadn't be
pun to water tho milk. Boston IIn
employs two of the most skillful and
experienced white bikers In the city
to superintend their cake and bread
department. Everything clean, whole
some and sanitary. Only the very best
material and flour used for making
Gluten, Rye, French, Home-made and
all other styles of Bread.
Thirty Loaves of Bread for One Dollar.
Doughnuts, .8nalls, Buns, etc.,
out at 6 a.m.
Cup Cakes anoLady Fingers
out at 7 a.m.
Jelly Rolls and Layers, Fruit
Cake, etc., out at 8 a.m.
Custard, Squash and Pumpkin
Pies out at 9 a.m.
Lemon, Mince, Cranberry and
Fruit Pies out at 10 a.m.
Chocolate Eclairs and Cream
Puffs out at 11 a.m.
Cookies and Macaroons out at 12 a.m.
Artlstlc'Weddlng Cakes any Price.
J. Oswald Lutted,
There are lots of people who do not
1 now how easy It Is to preseno and
tiamc for home ndomment. the many
artistic ptctines one comes across
these da s. In some of the magazines
one sees reproductions of ine world'
masterpieces, which mounted and
framed with glass and binding are In
good taste, fit ornaments for any roam
In jour house.
It Is easily done.
Wo hae eer thing necessary In
our Stationery Department. Complete
Passe-I'artout Outfits with book of Instructions.
COLD IN THE BACK.
That's all. Maybe jou'e had It an!
thought J on were getting old. A RED
STAR PORUS PLASTER tho mot
curative plastei made will fix It all
right, Lento It on n few days. A
crutch for lame backs. Two for 25c.
STOP VOUR COUGH.
Bad colds aro plentiful. Here's n
cure, but take it In time PUTNAM'S
CHERRY COUGH COMFORT takt.?
right hold of a cough Beems to go
straight to the seat of trouble. On
dose gles relief. Pleasant to tali
23c and 50c bottles.
These hot days are productUo of
headaches. There Isn't any reaso-i
why you should suffer when ou can
get a speedy and safe cure In taklht;
one of tho famous HEAO-EA8E pow
ders. This Is tho most popular reme
dy In these Islands'; 25c box of tucl.v
J vUiW .-
tl ii. V
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importeri and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
H. HackfeitU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets. Honolulu.
THIS SPACfc RESERVED
J. D. AVERY,
General Reporting and Typewriting.
Tel. Blue 2C11. Second fioor Ellto
9 a. m 5:45 p. in., or later by engagement.
PRESENTED TO JAPAN
Han Followed Old Duty of Samurai
Not Likely to Suffer Death
on Account of Popular
Victoria, II. C, Sept. 17. News w.is
rcccUed by tho Emm ess of India
that the assassin ot the late Hosht
Tom, ox-Mlnlster of Communications,
a Japanese named lsa' Sotaro, wa
placed on trial at Toklo on Septem
ber d. He pleaded guilty and statu!
that he had killed the politician on
hearing of his appointment to tbo
Hoard of Directors of Education ut
Toklo, as he thought Hoshl Toru'e rec
ord was not clean enough to nllow him
to hae charge 'of the education of
Toklo. Ho had waited ills chance tu
kill tho Japanese politician, and ha I
killed him as openly and as publicly
as possible, that his death might by a
warning to other politicians 'guilty o'
bnuery and other Milalnles. wblcn,
he declared, Hoshl had practiced when
ho was Minister of Communications
Ho hesitated to kill Toru for somo
time owing to consideration for hi
children. On June 21st ho went to tho
City Hall armed with a dagger Hosht
was talking to some persons and So
taro approached from behind Ho
thought it cowardly to stab him In
the back, so shouted: "Traitor Ho
shl!" "Villain. Hoshl! ' Horn, then
turned and Sotaro stabbed him In tho
right breast. A second blow pierced
bis left side, and several blows fol
lowed. Sotaro spoko distinctly and el
quently and with penect loiuposuro
He gives Intense moral Indignation it
political corruption, of which Hoshl
was the cause, as the sole mothe for
his deed. As under this Impulse no
was acting strictly In accord tflth tho
old Japanese Ideal of the duty of a
samurai, Intense popular smpathy le
aroused in behair ot the assassin, anil
tho Go eminent Is therefore placed In
a ery embarrassing position. To ex
ecute capital punishment upon aim
will liavo the effect of raising a storm
of public indignation, while to cendono
his crime will gle rise to a H'liit of
emulation of his deed. It is generally
believed that life Imprisonment wl!) uo
For tho first time In the hUto-y of
this Tcrrltoij an appeal fiom urn daU
lon of the lloaid of General Approv
ers at New York has been taken lb the
Unlted Stntes District Court.
The matter rests on a definition of
what rawhide Is. The Board of Ap-
pialsers decided that rawhide is not
leather. This being the case Japan
ese slippers Imported by H. Hamanc,
a local merchant, were uoessed at 45
per cent ad valoicm duty' as each slip
per besides the rawhide had an Iron
Under the ruling of Collector Stack
able the sllppeis weie admitted as
goods of leather mid duty at the rat"
of 33 per cent was collected. The Im
porter appealed to the npp.-tlers and
they decided that as Iron and rawhide
were used In the manufactuie of the
sllppeis 43 per cent nil valorem should
be charged. Under this ruling Uie
duty was raised 10 pci cent.
Now in tho suit brought In the Dis
trict Court, It Is sought to luCc tho
revision of the general appraisers over
ruled and tho sllppeis admitted aJ
other shoes under the tariff at a duty
of 23 per cent advalorem,
An nnnljsis made tin br 'ho dilu
tion of the Board, of the samplrs up
resenting the merchandise coveted by
tl.e protest shows ttie following propor
tions of value: rawhide, i0.?.2, ttww,
23.40"; cotton, 16.399; silk, 11 .1!)V Iron,
2.122, and other materials. 4.137.
In Its decision the Board taju:
"it would appear from this analysis
that there being 10 pro.islon for
manufactures of rawhide, a'ul none of
the other materials being tJ.e com
ponent chief value, 'he particular ar
ticles covered by said protest pre prop
erly dutiable under pt"ag!il 193, at
the rate of 45 per icnt nj valorem,
"as articles or wares nDt specially pro
vided for composed wnnily or lit part
m to i
Manual Vasconccllos, one of Honn
lulus prize Portuguese hoodlums, wit
sentenced to u week's Imprisonment
by Judge Dltkey In tho t-ollcj Courl
this fuienoon. the clung" being as
aull and battel)' on Maczkowtch.
Tho defendant pleaded guilty tuJ
then Deputy Sheriff Chllllugworth hi
lecommcndlng Imprisonment at tlio
only fit punishment, gave a little of thi
'ccord of tbo hoodlum. He stated tint
Vasconccllos had been up in the- Pi-
lice Court n great number of tlintB op
charges ranging all the way Irom
drunkenness to assault end battery
Indecent, exposure and astault will.
i weapon, 'there is a case now ptiid
ing In tho Clicult Court In which the
defendant is charged with assault with
a deadly weapon on a child two jtar
In completing his recital of the or
satlllty ot VaBconccllos along the line
of disobedience of the laws, Dvputv
Sheriff Chilllngworth branded him n
in all around bad egg and tne leuijor
nf u gang of hoodlums. The assault
on Maczkowlch had been made with
out even tho shadow of an exuun.
Domingo Pacheco and a girl by the
name of Itomalna. both Poito lltratw
woio anestcd this forenoon by Jim'
McCready, tho boat-landing ofllcor.
McCreudy noticed the girl begslns
on the streets as bo was coming oi
nf n barber shop on Tort street, ilv
saw her get some money, and then
ho walked over mid asked her wIit"
her father was. Tho icply was ".i
The olllter was not satlffltd, aii'i
ho ho kept on eyo on the girl. Sow
ho saw her approach a man standlnu
on tho corner. This ttllow took th.
money from her and began countlu?
it. Then It waB tV arrest was mad
LOCAL AND GENERAL
There has been a reat deal of rain
Dr. Derby has gone to Kau.it for a
two weeks' vacation.
A six room house Is for rent. See To
IM column on page 8.
It. O. Yardley and W. W. Thaer"left
In the Klnau jcstcnlay.
The Waialeale reports 5200 K. S.
M. and 120U K. P. sugar on Kauai,
Nicely furnished rooms, Popular
House, 1249 Fort St., $1.S0 per week up.
One hundred sake tubs for sale at
the fountain saloon, Palama; 10 cents
Administrator's notice in the estate
of Henry Congdon appears under New
Dr. J. Atchcrley car? be found at 343
King street, next door to Opera House.
Soon room cottage, hot and rld
water, etectrlc lights. See t'er Iltnt
No dance at Wnlklkl Inn tonight.
Postponed indefinitely on account of
Geo. Haffncr, the Joweler, wilt re
move on October 1 to 1113 Masonic
The Iwalant and Waialeale both
arrived from the Uarden Isle tlrl.
The regular weekly meeting iif th
Uoaril of Health will be held tun
ltepoits come that Papalkou. Pepee-
keo and Hononm plantations wer
cleaned out of sugar on Monday.
The Hawaiian Realty t: Maturity Co.
Ltd has removed to the .Ulnt'e
building, Fort and King streets.
Tho sale of fluy shaies of O.ilui
Railway & Land Co. stock at f U5 to l;
place on the Stock Exchange today.
The bark Amy Turner arrived In
tillo from San Francisco on Monda.
Klio was sixteen das on the tilp.
Fox and Agnew have ngreiiJ. to spar
a limited number of rounds Lsfi.rr tho
Oaliu Athletic Aiioc'tiloa on the'lttli
The steamer Hawaii Is In command
of Captain Iters not Captain Bennett
an appealed In this morning's Advcr
The ship Marlon Chllcott at Illlo lmi
13.000 bag3 of Ilnkalmi sugar and will
have to wait for the balance of lici
George A. Boner and Huiloa V
Bowen have been appointed to posi
tions on the night foite nf the Custom
Tho steamer Katulanl which arrive I
from Illlo this motnlug will prob.ibl
ba sent out again this evening at &
Palmer and Frank Woods returned
to Hawaii In the Klnau esterday
Thulr presence here wns In connection
with business matters.
J. llopp & Co. call especial attention
to their upholHtcilne department,
where thej will make jou an) thing in
that line and from any design.
The Home Itule executive committee
did not hold a meeting last week; con'
sequent!', there will be much ot im
portancc. to come up at the meeting to
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. has two
grades of Platlnotypc photographic pa
per, one grade being not much more
costly than vclox and giving effects
like old etchings.
Among the departures for Illlo and
way ports In the Klnau yesterday were
the following: C. Srliloznwn, John A.
Scott, George M. RoLcrtson. E. Low,
Edgnr Henrlnues, W. A. Whiting and
Tho trustees of the II. A C. were tc
havu met this evening but It has Iippd
decided to postpone the meeting until
Friday evening, at that time, ten new
members will be elected, making .1
totnl membership of 93.
A honvv rnntriimment of ut lmnl
books was delivered from 'he ateamr.'
Mariposa at the Education Office thl?
morning. Slnco tho openlug of ttu
ptesent term the department has been
unable to supply somo of the reului
Judge Wilcox expected to bo present
In the Police Court this forenoon but
the Inclement weather was argument
enough to keep him nt home. Should
tomorrow be a clear day, he will very
probably be at his post.
The bark Foohny Sucy will not get
sugar here. She has been ord-Mrd to go
to Taltal In Chile and will dnd (tilers
awaiting her there. .She Is now wall
ing for a change In weather iicfore
starting out on her southerly trip.
In the article published Tuesday.
relative to the Japanese
Benevolent Association, the name of
the auditor, S. Osakl, was mentioned
Dr. T. Kntsunuma wns the old auditor.
This officer resigned with the otheis In
order to make room for new ones.
Chlurso claimants have their Innlivt
before tho Flro ClalniH Commission
today. Commissioners Macfailaiio
Pratt nnd Lovekin constitute a tun
lorlty or the court, ennblllii? session!
to continue In tho absenco of Coir
mlssloners Kepolknl and Testa m
Tho Waialeale brought tbn following
cargo: I'll) bags sueai for Castle &.
Cool, 704 bags sugar for II. M. Von
Holt. 40(i bags rlco for Sing Chang V.n
42 bundles hides for F. F. Porter. 20
bagH bran for Y. W. H 11 barrels
bottles for Honolulu B. & M. Co., and
11 nackascB sundrlei.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brown and
Mrs. John W. McDonald will leave In
the Mariposa for n trip to the Coast
They Intend returning In the next
steamer from Vancouver. Over the
Canadian border they expect to meet
tho Misses Ward and Miss Mabel Phi'
lips, who would return with them to
The fart that there was an absence
nf Camp McKlnlcy officers at the mem
orial services In Kawalahan Saturday
forenoon Is accounted for by tho fact
hat the ceremonies nt the camp took
vlaco nt the same hour. The older ot
"he fieiietary of Wnr requlied that the
.civ lies take pljro at 10 o'clock on
'he day after the lecelptijf the ordei.
"I wouldn't cry like tnat, my llttli
"Well, you can ciy any old way you
nnt to; this is my way," Brookljn
Llfe' . 1 1, -.k-Ji.-lMt
JCTt S v.
A Shoe maJe by the manufacturers to sell for
The finest shoe at the price turned out.
' Every new feature in style and build, Introduced
and shown in this shoe. : : :
BLACK AND TAN VJCI STOCK.
BLACK AND TAN RUSSIA STOCK.
Entirely new, only just being opened.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Ladies' Colored Shirt Waists
At One Half Their Value
We are overstocked with Shirt Waists
and must dispose of our present stock
in order to make room for our Immense
amount of goods just received by the
Mariposa, We promise yoj extraord
inary values in this sale and assure you
that vou will not be disappointed in
coming to see us. : : : :
PRICE REDUCTIONS AS TOLLOW'S : .
French Zephyr WnltttH In Pink, Blue nnd Black and
White HtrtpeH, reduced from 82.33 to 61.30.
Chuinliry WnlstH In narrow titrlncH, 2.00 and 1.23
reduced to I.OO.
All our Lawn WalntH, 1,50 and 1.25 reduced to 75c.
Clmmbpy Wnltittt with embroidered front, 2.00 re
duced to I.OO.
Chumnry WalstH in solid colon, Pink and Blue, tucked
front nnd back, reduced from 2.00 to I.OO.
One lot ol Striped Lawn WaitttH reduced to 00c.
One criHe 120 Bed Spread, regular 1.35 quality on Hale
thin week at 1.00 each.
Yon Saved Moiey Last Time Yon
Came to One of Our Sales;
Yon Can Do It Again Now.
Pacific Import Co., Ltd.
PROGRESS BLOCK, FORT ST.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
MclNERISV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Miat would lib n graco to any hoimf.
iiBt opuioil by us, and are ualtlnx
Im jou to tomo to boo tliem. If ou
hawn't n nlco ilresucr wo went ou to
fcoc tlii'BO. Iiecauae 5011 mn't help lm-
mg one when jou Know now coino
nlont tlicy nif,
Mahcwuiy .8 the popular wood for
furniture and we liae
that will shlno alioo any In town and
it ridiculously low prices.
We would like to call attention t3
This branch is a ory important ono
to jou and to us.
We make anything you older and'
f 10111 any design. Mattresses made
of hair and we sell them for hair-
no cheap mixture. Pillows Htuficl.
touches made. etc.
J. HOPP & CO.,
The Leading Furniture Dealertt.
King and Bethel Streets.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Ice Cretin and Water Ices.
Chocolates and Confections.
rtuHlneiu Man'ti Lunch
The best In the clt: 11:10 a.m to 2 p.m.
The New Men's $5.60 Shoe.
FOR EVERYBODY I
We will Hell
Crepe Tissue Papers
FOR 10 CENT8 (tingle
roll, or $1 (or a dozen
rollti. AllicolorH the
Hume price, t t t t
All the Latent
BookH In Htock
310 Fort Street.
Blank booki of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin PublUo
!( Co. u ., t lUft ,Ui. uuj x
J. H . FISHER
Stock aid Bond Brokers.
, , AGENTS FOR
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia.
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO ef T-
Offices Stangenwald Bldg., Mar
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, October i, laci
NAME OF STOCK pjjj" ? Bll A.k.1
C. Brwf ft Company f.ooovc '
MS ictDG.CAli 6o,eo too ! 'u
LR.KtrrfcCo, In moo jc 41 '
Ewl PlanUtlon Co 5000.000 w t, tsS
Himoa plantation Co ,. ITS.000 100 I -
HawallanAfrlculturalCo 1.000,000 too I atl .
Hawaiian Com ft Su Co i.jif.tjo 100 .... I J
Hawaiian Susar Co ... 1 000.000 to o J
Honomu Sugar Co ... TS0.000 too J f
Hoookaa Sucar Co .... 1000.000 to . I...... I
Haku Sucar Co sooooo too ..... ......
Kahuku Plantation Co 500,000 10 a "
Klhtl Plant Co ,Lll 1,050000 50 10 'I
Klpahutu Sugar Co.... 160,000 toe.... 4,
Koloa Sugar Co. ...... x.ooo too ... ., ... ,S
Kona Sugar Co . ai ., 500,000 too. "ts
McBryitSuCoLl ail 1,017.500 a . . I , A
oj up I 1,650 000' to. . ....
NahlkuSugCo Ulait 1 fr
" ' pJupJ r
Oahu Sugar Co. . 6oc.ooo too io m
Onomra sugarCo 1,000,000 ao B
Ookala Sugar Plan Co 500000 ao io m
Olaa Su Co , LtJ , as I 865,000 10 iH ef
OlaaSuCo,LtJ. plupj 500.000 to itH c,
Olowalu Company, . .. 150000 too JS
Paauhau Su. Plan Co ' 5000,000 50 qf
Pacific Sugar Mill i 500000 100 i
Pala Plantation Co .. .1 T50000 100 Jfi
Ptrcakto Sugar Co , I tsoooo too
Plonter Mill Co... , . f 150000 100', ...
Plonr Mill Co. Aimi loooM loo'
Walalua Agr. Co , 4500000 too
Walluku Sugar Co 700,000 too . ,,,,
Walmanato Sugar Co . 151,000' loo!
Walm Mill Co ni.000 too
Wl ier Sttamihtp Co 500000 too 111 '
HtflilanlSttamNCo 500,000 too i
.fawailan EiKtricCo .. 150,000 100
lion. Rapid T ft tan JCo 150.000 too'
Mutual Tiliphon Co .. tioooo 10'
Olhu Ry ft Lanl Co . i.oooooo too 05 ij
Paopli t le ft R l'i Co 150000 too
Flrtl National Bank ,,a
Hawaiian Gov 5 pircmt .
HlloH. R. Co. 6 pirctnt , . .... ' jf
HitoR. R.Co. 6prnnt K
Ion. hapll Tranilt 1
Ewa Ptantal n 6 pir ctnt tl
OahuRftLanlCo pre S
Oahu Plantation 6 p c " mt
Olaa Plantation 6 p . v1 J&
Walalua Agrlcul.6pc Jm
!!!!!!!!! !!'.'.!!!.!!!!. "". l 'ai
Bale Su Q. H. & ! Co.. I5,
V.ILLAHD E. BrOWN, 3
F. HALSTEAD. W
Halstead & Co:;
on Sugai Securities
407 Fort Streets
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
OrJers tor tlie purchase or sale of stock
ana bonds carefully and promptly execute i.
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 390. Telephone 169.
Judd & Company
8TOCK AND BOND BROKERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
RENTS AND BILLS COLLECTED.
Office No. 307 Stangenwald liulldlnc.
Honolulu. T. II. P. O. box CO".
Tel. 223 Main.
' 1 I
Valenciennes, Applique, Swiss.
Nainsook and all over Embroid
ery. Real Terchon all ovei
lace in black and white, newest
designs and finest quality. A
big choice at - - - -
E. W. Jordan's
10 FORT STREET.
ft-VH i,y 1 .1 '