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P ill business wrt coi
dueled on business princi
ple! Ihere would b no need
to argue about the sdvanti)
of advertising! for ivtry bull
nett man knows that advo
tiling It on of the moat Im
portant of the principles which
make success for business.
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HAWAII'S PROGRESSIVE PAPER THE BULLETIN
HONOMIM1. TKKKITOllY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. OOT011KK 11 1H0L
IMiijur, i i i i t I
v.o,. xi. No. ior.
j ,- .'rs"sy'fctflt' p
Pkiob 5 Cent. i
DEBT OF Hill
Will tit MID
Chamber of Commerce
Levies on Business
TO SETTLE OLD BALANCE
v OF THE CHANNEL WHARF
Pittsburg Circular Considered-Moral
Assistance to Paradise of the Pacific
-Letter from W. C.
I'ur tin- adjourned meeting tbo
Chamber of Commerce mannged to
in i urn n quorum this mornliiK and
that without delay. The order of liusl
noss was satisfactorily gonu through.
1hnn prevent were: lcu President
Chnrlis M. Cooke, presiding: Sccic
tnry .lumen Gordon Spencer. J. 11.
Athcrton, W. W. Hull. fiauk It. Alter
bach. V.. I.anz. John Kua, .Ion. 1'.
, Cooke. W. I'fotcnliaiicr, f. M. Swan
7), W. M. Oirfard. George H. llobert
Miu, II. A. I'armelee. Jolin J. Kgnn,
C. J. Wnller, W. II. Hoogs and Jan.
II W. Sthmtdl vent lit 1Mb roslgna
linn of membership ou account ot Iiln
retirement from business.
Secretary Spencer reported tlie work
of the McKlnley memorial committee.
'Hie telegram to Washington nlrcndy
published was read. Memorial sor
U(H were held In Kawalahno Church,
the expense of which waH 12M and
luid been paid by the subscilptluus ot
a few members.
Mr. Swanzy lind been consulted by
.Mr. Mutch about the disposal of tbo
cloth usee) In the rliurch dinpeiy. He
suggestoel that It might be sent to the
leper settlement, where the women
might work It up Into usclul articles
Superintendent Reynolds would bo
si en on this mattci. Uatber than hnvu
the stuff kicked about and wanted, It
ought to be sold lor what it would
On motion of .Mr. Atheiton, second
id by Mr. Cooke, the committee was
discharged with thanks.
Mr. Swanzy presented a reuort ol
the committee on the channel quar
autluo wharf debt to Castle, t- Cooke.
The committee was composed of rep
rtscntatlvcH of Castle & Cooke. It
ilnckrekl v Co. I A. Schaerer .
J.4C0. C. Hrewei & Co.. Alexander ft
Pllaldwln. T. II. Davles & Co.. and V.
G. Irwin & Co. The report contained
nn apportionment of tbo amount,
which Is something over J8O0O, among
business houses represented in thu
Chamber. McmbciR of the committee
took from VM to $3U0 each, allotting
sums tnpering down finm ?LV') to $10
t.i other merchant..
Thn question was asked If those cm
the list had consented to their 10
Mr. Swnnzy replied that the com
nilltio had seen nobody. They had
slniplj followed their instructions and
devised a mode for pajlng thu obliga
tion. Mr. Athertcm explained that the
cc.mmtttee had for a basis thu list of
tlose who used the whaif. Had the
quarantine kept up a mouth or so
lenger. the cost would nil have been
paid at so much a pnrkage Handled
there. Tito whole countiy wus suffer
ing and henio Interested In the build
lug of that wharf. It wim not so much
for thu firms making money fiom ship
ping, hut Tor the benefit of tbo entire
cnmmunltj. llm subdivision of pay
ments had to bo arbitrary and lelated
to thn respective abilities of contribu
tors. It was a bill of honor against
the Chamber. He thought the subdl-
talon made by the committee was nn
Mr. Swnnz) said thero were u good
many traders In town who retell eel
benefit from the wharf and ought to
contribute, but unfoitunutely they
were nof members of tho Chamber of
Commerce. In auswur to a question
by Mi. Cooke as to whether the mem
bers would pay, thu speaker said thu
list should simply be sent mound for
collection, and If thu money could not
h. collected they would hae to try
nuno other menus of pn)lng tun debt
Mr. lloogs moved, fotulcil by Mr.
Morgan, that the report bo adopted
and refe-ued Inek to the committee for
collection of tho amounts as appor
tioned. Mr. Athcrton remarked: Two ears
li.nn now this money may bo let uncl
ed by the Government. It should hao
SITE - -
We ofler the feo simple of a valuable
pieie of wiirehouso ground on Prison
lead, Iwllel, near O. H. &. I.. Co.'s
The grouiK Is aiallilo also for
Oriental stores and lodgings.
been done this time, but for reasons
you all know It was not.
Mr. spencer spoke of arms not on
the list which yet had received direct
benefit from tho wharf. II thesu firms
were willing to subscribe It would re
lieve members of th6 Chamber pro
Mr. Hall asked how It could bo ascer
tained now who used the whnrf and
ou being told that J. n. Oilman had
thu list said he did not think his firm
ever used tho wharf at all.
Mr. Glffard observed that If the
plague had continued everybody would
have found the benefit of the wharf.
Mr. Alierbath thought the commu
nlty ought to bo invited to subscribe.
Mr. Swanzy considered It was not n
question of who used tho vilmrf or who
did not usu It. It was ererted not for
the benefit of particular shippers, but
lor that or the community at large. It
the plague had continued the whan
would have been an aDsoluto ni'cesslti
to tho community, 'the Chamber was
bound to pay tho debt. Tho commit
tee would be very, glad to near of the
mimes of any not on the list who ought
te be Invited to subscribe.
The motion carried unanimously.
The; secretary produced n long let
ter from W. 0. Weedon, to whom ha
reported 1250 had been remitted for
his lecturing on tho Mainland. On the
meeting being asked If It desired tq
hear the letter read, thcro was uo as
bent offered and It was agieed that
any member might pemso eiio commu
nlcatlnn In the hands of tne secretary.
'Hie circular of me I'ittshurg Cham
her of Commerce on the suppresslou
ol anarchy, of which the llulletln has
puhllshi'd thu contents, wait read lj
After a little Informal tall: a motion
by Mr. Cooke, seconded by Mr. Auer
bach, was cnrrled to refer the circular
to a committee with pownr to icport
resolutions to next meeting.
A communication vvns read fiom the
publishers of tho l'aradlsc of tho l'a
tide, soliciting a subscription by the
Chimhcr for u certain number of cop
Ipti of thu projected ChrlstmnR edition
of that periodical. It would be Issued
by December 10 and consist of eighty
four piges descriptive of unwalian life
and Industries with profuse Illustra
tions. An edition ol ouOO copies would
bu printed, and tbo Chamber could
havu as many ns It wanted at .10 cents
a i opy, The MiggcUlon was made ihnt
a supply might us went to the Charles
Mr. Athertcm, remarking tnat tne'
Chamber bad no fund cm which to
ill aw for such n purpose, moved to
recommend that members ol tho Cham
her use their bst enueavors to olrcu
late tho edition.
This r.irilud and the meeting ad
TO MRU QllI
BY INCREASING SIZE
OF CENTRAL COMMITTEE
Chairman Baldwin Orders Meeting of
Republican Territorial Com-
Mittee at Headquarters
on October 28.
Chairman llaldwln hns requested
.Secutiuj Hendry to call n meeting ol
ho Territorial Committee ot the Re
publican party. In the following note.
' Honolulu, II. I., Ott. S. 1901.
13. It. Ilcndrj, Hsu,., Secretary Tcrrl-
lenl.il Hep. Cent. Committee, City.
Do.ii Sli: Please Issue a call for u
meeting of the Territorial Committee
for Mond.iy, October IIS, 1901, at
p. m , at Republican Headquarters,
.Cllte building, for the purpose of In
e reusing thn number of the i:ccutlvn
Committee from nine to eleven mem
hers, or take other action as mny b
deemed ncccssaiy to provide a working
pinrum of tho Executive Committee in
II. I'. IIAMIWIK,
Chairman of Committi n,
In response Mr. llencliy has drafted
i cull for the meeting at the time and
place stated, with the purpose an
nounced in the exact terms of th
chairman h icqucst. This will bo mail
ed to thu members of tho Territorial
Committee, individually, ns follows:
Andrew Co, Wnlalun, Oahu.
I.e Is .1. McCabe, lleeln, Oahu.
Gen. I", ltculou, Una, Oahu,
Geo. II. llu.ld, Honolulu.
J. W. Jones, Honolulu.
Cbns. Wilt ox, Honolulu.
'II I! Wilght, Honolulu.
W. .1. Coelho, Ilultnlo, N, V.
T McC.mtb Stew nit, Honolulu.
.1. A. Kennedy, Honolulu.
Ids. I. Cooke, Honolulu.'
J. II. I'lfllicr, Honolulu.
Matt MiCnnn, I.ahalni, Maul,
George) lions, Wulluku. Maul
Jan. Glbb, Honoknn, Hawaii,
T. llrimdt, Walmea, Kauai.
W. O. Smith, Uhue, Kauai.
M. II. Iteutcr, liana. Maul.
I'. N. Kahuuluna, Ilamakuapoko
II. I'. Baldwin, I'ala. Maul.
A. N. Kepolkal, Wulluku, Maul,
II. 1'. S.indow, Wolmca, Kauai.
John A, l'dlmcr, Makawell, Kauai,
D II. Kah.iillno, l..ihln.i, Maul.
.1 II. Walpuilanl, Naalehu, Hawaii.
G. I". Kiimauohd, Nupoopoo, Hawaii.
John A Mugulre, Knilun, Hawaii,
II I.. Holsteln, Kcn.al.i, Hawaii,
(5. Walker, Ookal.i, Hawaii.
W. I'step, Honnkaa, Hawaii.
Tho Wnlnholo teacher mentioned In
n plceo of tho day's nows Is not Miss
Mutch, us icporrcd In a morning paper,
but Miss Mudge, who formerly taught
TU ML Off
Majority of Tax Asses
sor Shaw's Assess
ment are Sustained
SOME EXTREMELY RVRE
RETURNS WERE MADE
Appeal of $60,000 In Grinbanm Case
Sustained-Coney Estate Assc s-
ment Reduced To
The Tax Appeal Hoard of Oahu LH
1led derisions of v.htch the following In
fnrnlot rstnte. Itetumed i000 la-
i-rens' d to $ir,.00u. Appeal on amended
r turns for $7S00 sustained.
Mrs. 1'. O. Illckciton. Itelurned V0i
Incieiised to J10.000. Appeal on $7M0.
M. S. Grinbaum & Co. ' Itetumed
JUl.Sr.'.b'.'. lneunscd to $IS4.81'..S2.
ppeal on $r,O,n0(l siiKtalii' d.
Mary II. Graeme ltelumed $20,000
Increased to $110,000. Appeal on fi0,
Mary A. Giay. Itutuiiied $4000. In
leased to $li;.)00. Appeal on $SSU0.
v'ab'u of laud found $IC.0oQ. Mrs. Gray
inly pnjs tuxes on the land, T. II. Da
tc & Co pav'ng thase cm Improve
i;mll C. Jued. He tinned $10,000.
Increased to $11 000. Appeal U'i $15.
ViO. Assessor sustained.
Miiry A. I.cmmon. Hi turned $1J,000.
Increased to. $4!i,000. Appeal on $12,
500. Two pieces on King street found
north WS.OOO, and ntuin of $7."i00 by
Mrs. t.emmou on Wnlklkl rceldenec
Ilocky A. Hunt and Jull.i K Hunt.
Tivo plcies reti.rned $1200 and $3000
tne reused to $4S0il mid $9(100. Appeal
in $1oi)0 and $7i)00 Views of Charles
7. risbcl. lessee, agreed with, hut
Value of two pieces placed at $7200.
nilzabetb I . Ilobiou. Ileturned $1000.
tne reused to $1000. Appeal on 13000,
lax Asscssi r sustained.
Illshop Hstute.. Itetumed $30,800.
Increased to $110,000. Appeal ou $"!.
S. C. Allen. Hetumed $ir,9.3Sr. In
ercascd to $10,4')0. Appeal on $147,
1"i. Tax Assessor sustained.
Nora M. Davis. Itetumed $7000. In
creased to $15,000. Appeal on $000.
Valuation found $11,000.
Commercial Saloon, ltrturncd $11,
000. Increased lo JJ'i.OOU. Appeal on
?1U,000. Asse-ssor sustained.
Isaac Testa. Ileturned $3000. In
creased to $S0OO. Appeal on $5000.
Value found $4,100.
Mclntjro Ilulldlug Co. Ki turned
$10,000. Increased to $0u,000. Appeal
in $20,000. round value of fiO.DftO.
J. V. Ilouler Returned nt $21,940.
'nete'iised to $tr, R00. Appeal on $23,
r,00. Assessor sustained.
Ill my Smith Returned $20,000. In
crnsed to $",2,000 Appeal on 6W0
James Strinoi. ' Returned $0,00d
Inciensed to $9"i,000. Appeal on $10,
000. Value found $S2,75. " .
M. .Moorhead. Returned $19,200
Increased to $l,00i). Appeal on $13,
000. Value found $11,777.
Holion i:stnte. Returned $1000. In
leased to $R0OO. Appeal on $4000. A"i
Mis. Tinlly Jlihrlen. Ileturned $7,
200 Increased to $23.o00. Apjieal on
O K. C. Rooke. Relumed $2800
Inn eased to $35 000. Appeal on $25,
Knplohtil Estate. Returned $112,700
Incieascd to $139,000. Appeal on $111,.
"00. Assessor sustained on Item $M),
000 anil $10,000. Appeal sustained nn
tt cm $21,000, n lease reducing value to
11200. Appeal sustained on fourth
loin, value found $29,370. Value fifth
Item found $07,200; sixth Item, 9507:
lev filth Item, 4010
II. M. von lolt. Returned $C000. In
ri eased to $.0,000. Appeal on $14,000
t'.iluo found $15,000.
Von Holt Estate. Returned $41,700.
Increased to $S0,000. Appeal on $3S,
J. M. Whitney. Returned $10,500
Increased to $23,500. Appeal on $Ci00
Hawaii Land Co. Returned $13 000.
Increased to $27,500. Apii'al on $H,
100. Tax Assessor sustained on one
'tern and appeal on another.
Ida II. Castle. Returned $950. In
Teased to $8850. Appeal on $7800
Valuu found f 1230 and $1890 on two lotl
Olennn Thoniasc. Returned $20 000
Increased to $34,000. Appeal on $11,
000. Tax Assessor sustained.
II. Cartw right. Returned $18,000.
Increased to $10,000. Appeal on $22,-
000. Assessor sustained,
Coney nslnte. Returned $51,500. In
rrcased to $97,000. Appeil on $13,500
O nltem 1 court splits tne difference
mid makes It $70,000; on Item 2, 131,
100. Campbell Hstale. Returned $215 000.
Incrcnred to $CC2,000. Appeal on $202,-
000 Values found Item 1, $129,531;
1 $79 9CS; ,1. $128,100.
K. S Cunlia. Relumed $S7,000 In.
ci eased to $120,000. Appeal on $13,
100 Assessor sustained on Union
saloon, etc., $'5,000, also on King
street, tl'.OOO. Appeal on Wnlklkl land
C. Phillips. Returned $1750. In
creased to $5500. Appeal on $125U
Value found $'000
K. I.. Uortch. Returned $2321. In-,
cleaned to 1100. Appeal on )ni. At .
$170,000. Increased to $130,000. Ap-1
peal on $2i!0,000. Assessor suttalncd. I
II Kstate Hi tinned $110,(00. In-'
ci eased to $221,400. Appeal on $10,400.'
To he tnxed on Its Interest nt eight ,
times mutual rent or $110,518. Lease
hold Interest of Oihu plantation In
erenscd In total taxation of that plan
Chas. S. Dcsky. Returned $15,009.
Increased to $150,000 Appeal on $103,-
000. Value found $1 47.210
John Ross. Ileturned $20oo. In '
creased to $3000. Appeal on $1000. As.
A. Hocking. Returned $10,000. In
creased to $73,000. Appeal on $.11,000
Arsescor sustained I
II Hstate. re turn 71.029. Incieascd to '
$125,058. Appcnt on $51,029. Assess
ment sustained on thieo Items; dlf
ferenre split em fnmth nt $7500.
Antone Manuel, retuin $18,000, In
creased to $.1S,50i) Appeal on $20,500
J. Airre-d Mngoon, return $O.Sno, lu
cre used to $10,000. Appeal on $r.i,5ro,
Him 1, value found $11, wo. Rem 2.
John IMiulna, letiirn $1ooo, Increased
id jsocio. Appi nl on ,c)o0 sustained.
All the Judgments nro signed iinnnl-
mouslv by W. I. Wlltox. C Unite I
audi: C. vVlnst
II OVER WD
Knloa, Kanal, Oct 10. - 'ht ninna
;'iK of the various plantations on tho
Island of Knual, met last Monday In
l.lhuu In thu o(Hte or the I Iht'u Plan
Thu meeting wns called for the pur
pose of taking up and discussing mat
em of vital Importnuiu In connection
IDS nn. tin. names nl tbosu who weiu
yieseut at the meetliift J A. Pal
nier, Hawaiian Sugar Co. Muknwell,
i:. K. Hull, manager Kuknha Sugar
Co.: (!. It. Kwart. nMii.ager Kilniien
Sugar Plantatlun Co.; !'. Weber, man
ager l.iliuu Plantatlun Co.; Join. I"ac
M.th, manager Walmen Sugar Mill Co.:
(i. II. Kalrehlld, manager Makco Su
ttuveial innnagcrs of nromlnent nlan-
tntlons wero not present "owing lu
sliknens and piesslug busluefw en
gagements. T' e r !.! of t"iot:"d t"el
'nnni' the IfnglUli end Anerlcu-.i I'
I'trl'.'lleil I." Pr I'-'bert t'l the rrnlh
.1 ni'-nt intl'ip T'ie llrdu or Iidla
r- irl",i"i nre tiled ns p nro vlll
if utwl teeth
lib the pre-eeiit ami fituiu duvelon- "in tue niuriiniiii, ine llist iidlei'tlon "" " "" . . . ; VV .. . i.. ... ' .i, rii.... . .V.... .. . ..."i?. .
ment of the sui,ur Industry of Knual. '" ! timed so ns lo intch the Claud I '"" """ """ """ "r lr,,m ",0 "'" " ,'V., ' ",. Viini ii,rr n, iir K nil
The labor question is ono that of nu l" '"' W (I . Hall I IMrlin. nt I " "'' " ' lv itt
i Mil) makes It tho leading m.tum nl , "In '"'" sections there will . ,v g be I ailed lor S M.e.Mo
I'Cb.. meetings, wblch niu held "' thn o i .dictions In the morning lu II 11 l 1 m i S-
thmiighout all tho Islands nt stated and three In thu alti moon. The- 111 st 1 lit II llllMTf MAW , , w, ,. . Im ,?nni oi
periods, and already mm good has t toll.il.,i,r lu the. mcnlug will be j U I UfftIV V W )lnL Z emale ,, fs toL ,.. i
luiiuii in iiiit i lueir niie.eiiiui. . iiiiuw. ,v -ni ,1,1- mm in uhii-uiiiiih i l ' ... -
CHILLINGWORTH LOOMS UP
ROBURTSON . . .
WILLIAMS .. .
BOWERS . ..
FREITAS .. .
SHbLDON .. .
LOUIS .. . .
BULLOCK .. .
WELSH .. .. ,
VOTES CAN BE DEPOSITED
O'CLOCK P. M. OCTOBER 15.
In addition to thu coupons to bo cut'
fiom tho first page of tho llulletln
new subscribers nro to ha given re
ceipts with coupons attached, entitling
them to votes as follows:
One month 40 votes
Thieo months 150 votes
Six months 350 votes
One year 750 votes
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votes
The tie coupons nre detiehablo and
must bo lorn fiom tho subscription re
ceipts and deposited In tho ballot box
the same ns the first pngo coupons. It
will bo seen that lor 1S. tho subscrip
tion prleo of tho livening llulletln for
one ear, 7.10 votes nro nllowcd to a
new subwlbcr, whereas the enme
amount of money would buy only 100
voles If spent for slnglo copies of Ili810. Prom that tlmo tho names will 'jo
llulletln on tho street. The sum of it publishod,
Til GARDS I
1W Ml BIS
Being Put In By Men
LOUIS KENAKE TALKS ON
W0HK NOW BEING DONE
.. , ,, , Mr.., n
tollections ana Wnen iney Will ue
Mail for Foreign
dow a Success.
Men sent out 1 the Post Ofllce De
partment are bus; tcdn putting the
time cards on the boxes that hive re
cently In en Instnlled thinughout tho
I rlty These cauls nre ncaded bjthe
'Tampering with or Injur) to this
I hnv nr Itn rnnfrlitti l tmiitHlitliln lie
n,, r m, isnnment."
p0im. .1,1. Is n I
Fol mv ng this Is a l
lls! of the hours
of collection, vnrvlng of course with
lite difference of distances fiom the
I Postolllie The very last thing on tbcj
ranis is tnis nit or inrnrmaiion: ,
'Collections will also be made Ir
time to connect with nil the simmer!
nf the t'nlted Stales"
l.ouU T. -Kcnnke, of the Pnslolllce
hid the follow ing to s.ij lo a llulletln
reporter this inclining when nsked In
give some of the details or the work
ings of llm sjslem iicently instnllf',1
"l II,,. .Ill llllCol.tn ,.f !, 1.,,ul...9
district, the second collection In the
morning has been limed for inch and
ivirj box so that the mall put In tbesi-
boxes can intch the Klmiu and Maum
afternoon will be limed to intch the
c-inu.llne. mill v. IJ Hull
"Now- Hurt, with lefcicme In tbe
lolleitlons for mull to the Const. In
tin. outside1 or extreme illstrletH, the
mull will be collected four hours he
foru thu tlmu of itepaitiirn of the
steamer. It mnkes no illfTeiene e wheth
er Htieh steamer is sailing dining tin
nay or night. Ih
' ';'- ""in
ecoiuaniu wnn I lie I
will be luadu lu a
illstance. away from the posloille e. Vm
iiisiaui'e. at tne conn r or CJueen and '
Nuiianu stn'i'ls. the uillHetliins for the
mall to the Coast wl.t be made nn hum
mid live, minutes ln-foio thu deparluiel
f tin steamer. '
"I wish to s'lite that tbu earrlei
work Is Im leasing to great proper
tlons and, within the past fortnight or ,
so qnlto n number of limilies have
given up their , bows. These people'
." ' "
I 1,1)2 1
AT THIS OFFICE UNTIL 6
will buy eighty votes If spent fur
eighty single copies ot tho llulletln
with tho newshojs or at tho business
ofllce. This amount of money, If ex
changed for n receipt for a six months'
subscription to the llulletln, will se
cure 330 votes. One dollar for one
year's subscription to tho weekly edi
tion entitles tho subscriber to 100
Tho prizo olfered by tho llulletln Is
on exhibition In tho window of H. y.
Wlchmnn, 617 Port street, nnd wll, bo
picsented tn tho plnjor receiving tho
greatest numncr of votes nt tho eloso
of tho,contest Oct, 15,
Votes deposited nt this office will
bo Included nmong the scattering until
tho conteslnnt hns received u totnl of
I .. . flleii nnf tlnrnnl Inn !nvr1i- hi ii-L .ii-fii . Mlllleitilllrii n. Ilnlii-hlur ll.trtittut n l.i,.
are of courso thn ones that live some
distance Irom tho posioltlcu. so that
carrying their tatters to that place Is
"When tiiu carrier service was first
Instituted thu '.arrlers ou occasions
when steamers urnved from the
oast were wont to tako out ordlnar)
leads In n single sntcncl. When the
Uleria came in thu other day each
nrrlei unt out with two satchels
crammed lull on every trip the)
'As soon ns tho carrier work 1
thoroughl) established, calls will oe
(nought Into use to carry mail to the
suburbs, huch n proceeding is not
warranted at the preccnt tlniu.
"1 might sa. m passing, tnat there
hns been no tampering with the street
boxes lately, II there Is a repetition
ol tho nuisance, wo will c all on the
potlcu aiithoriilc'8 to help us nnd, in
case they lull to locate tho miscreants,
wo will ask thu culzens in the locality
concerned to usslst us. If this second
alternative tolls, then we will take out
thu box In question,
"On thu lirsi of November, I shall
make up a herlen or statistics on tbu
work ot tho postolllcu lor a couple of
nonths, with special rclereneu to the
woik nt the night window.
"Ihora were mnny who scuffed nt
us when this night window was first
nicned, but we have proved that thu
action was Judliflnblu. As It Is now,
woiklngmcn who cnunot spuru time
during the vvoiklug noitrs can get a
money order nt uuy lime up lo 12 mid
night. This Is mure than can be said
or Now York iltj, tho night wlndons
if w hl( h place close nt 9 o clock.
Slice the v.lnito wns nrst opened
at night thero has bc-en a very per-,
eeptllde. Increase' In the business done,
until now it Is no lougur a que'stlon ol
lieiu lemc tho nlclit window snail be ,
uniel irnltwr It lu inif ti IviirFtinlwint l
IVVV fy'H'Pf - ill'" H H lllllllVMt
institution We or tho postolllcu are
celtninly well pleased wit,, the woik
d etc at thu night window.
Glen Ktruclc Durnnt.
.loli n Glen astlstant ihlif of the Dri
Dip.irtmi'tit. appealed In tho Police
Court ou the clmrgq of nssiult and bat- 1"';,,.H .n,,'f ,n, ,"rfln K-
, During this interim tho new corn
ier on Kiln In R. Diiiant. a former p-,n got together, got control or tho
fireman Defendant was lined $10 and iheati r building, hunted up tome of
costs It i.ccms that Glen raw Dur.int the old plaers In thu city, had them
kliklnir one of the horses nnd Immfill- flllil "l i-omu new phiss ami. on
",! "-'""it.ps to prevent any frther
At Hun ot the kind Hot words followed
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jut- e no in iiiu wuuie euuig wns lu.ll
CONEY'S MINSTRELS ARE
THE HIT OF THE SEASON
Wairaea CaIls for RePctili0D foriBene-
. . . .
fit of Its Charities Crowds At
tended and More Than
Koloa. Kauai, Oct. 1 On last Sat
in da evening I lie court house nt 1.1
mo wns eiowdcd to tho doors to wit-
,mss the ginnd opening performance'
i .r Conej-s Island Mlnstids ror the
Ib-nelll or (he I.lhue Social Hull, which
will shortlv be ureeted heie.
Prior to the inlslug ot thu ciirtnlu
several selections wero leiulered by
viriliotn'H oicheslra fiom' Kenlla,
while tbo baud bovs from Koloa en
e-ilalneil n largu crowd ou the out
aide who ucic uualile. to obtain teats
In the ball.
Shortly alter S o'clock tbo curtain
rose, when tin. ball began to toll, nnd
limn lint tlmu on unit1 13 eloso of
thn peiformatico there- wns not n dry
number on tho program, and every
umber was. carried out to tho Idler
ab arranged nud published in tho
111 at piogrum printed by tho llulletln.
'the performance coct Hided with a
giacd eaku-wnlk b) tho company and
was well carried out. To sny tunt tho
company has caught o-j would be put
ting It mildly, nnil nlieady over"res
havu been lunelo by several citizens
irora tho enterprising burg or Wnlinea
In hnt ii llm rwi 111 11111U pnm nt llinlv
to have tho company repeat their
performance thero at no dlstiut date
'llm song. "My Southurn Queen, by
C. Ij. Ilrusli, was rendered with much
11 cling iih was also "Mninmy's I.lttlo
Ceul lll.11 k Hose," sung by H. St. C.
I)u I.acv, To Shenff J. II. Ccney, ns
manager, much crodlt Is duo ror his
untiring enorls to make this tho Inl-1
Hal perfornmm 0 of Conej's Island I
.Minstrels a slcnal u'lecess.
llm meeting of federal officials to
mushier McKlnley memorial n solu
tions ut the (ii.vernor's ofllce today was
attended by Oovernor Dole. K. II
Slnckable, W. Porter Ilojd, Judge Kg.
tee, II. II. Hendry, J K. It 1 nun and
Hoy Chamberlain. Tho matter wns re
feirecl tn a committee consisting of
Oovernor Dole, Collector Staeknbts
and Commissioner Hold.
Sul.-t-iil.o for tho WKKKl.Y
IUT1.LK'I'I.. only il per niiiiiiiii. '
The Mercliants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers pnrkhges to any
, pirt or tho city tor lUc up
Try them. Phone Blue 621.
Packages shipped to
all parts or tho United
Stntes and Kuropo.
Oince, 1017 llothcl St.,
opposite Honolulu Market
IS W AdAIN
New Company Was Rent
ed and Put on a
AN ATTORNEY MAKES A
Assures Management Be Can Get Chi
nese Actors Here From Ihinese
Money Being Sought
The old company that had the man
agement of the Cnlnesei 'theater and
'""' ""' ,u,r,.ll "vau n innmnn
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I ,nst A llow "muaiiy has taken tlm
'"anag.-ment or the tneatcr and with
Jf ""'';' there has lomo a changu
! )?' w,,"l.( 8I cl" augur wel lor tbu
''r ' "rM' 'le.a t,roer.8 .:0 Wo- tl,u
l mnese uuicner, wno lins made, so
mono in thu Islands, is
president ol the new concern.
It will he remembered that somei
tlipu ago It was decided b tho old
company to close up the theater, nnd
Mil' owners or thu place decided tn
turn the building Into shops and rooms
tor lodging put poses Soon alter this
decision luid been reached the theater
i'ld i losu up nud thero were no moru
iiimsiiaj iiigui last, mo uoors or llm
theater woro throwii open to thu tho
nler loving Celesllals.
'1 here have- been nightly perform
ances since that time, tbu subject of
the play now running being 'Mow it
In the meantime the new company
la hiving plans by means ot which It Is
Mwtt ieiu oi niu in,,,,. famous.Br
tors In China will bo brought to Ho
nolulu One of tbu torumnst nUornejs
in Honolulu has been consulted and
he hns made the statement that ho will
M't Chinese! nrtors here at ?2ri00 per
S-uur ro.?r" for uhi"i or .7"!
. ,ui ...... ie., tnnwiei i nu.. ...
head. As the theater management
will tost them S10.000 In case thw
iirms ol tho attorney In question aru
The management states that the at
torney Is perfectly confident hu can
gel the actors here, notwithstanding
n r.t, ,,.,. rutin, r fiv,m Wn.lilmrlnn ll
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ItblnUu lu. sni'U ii leinnhnln. line Chi
uis e have been Inspired by this con-'
lldime and aru now- raising thu muu
O, us one of thu stipulations of thu
attorney Is that tho money must bu
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ARC AmiRICAN DOLLAl',6.
lu the article lu estcrda'u llulletln
lelitlve to counterfeit dollars In tho
rlty. It was not stated what the coins
nre They arc American dollars an I
before taking any, persons might 00
well to Investigate carefully. It Is b'v
Ileved that there arc a largo Dumber In
Kor groceries, ring up UI110 911.
INTHIt ISLAND CHANGE.
Chler Carpenter Chris Johnscn, niter
serving in tbu employ of tho Inter-Isl
am! Steam Nnvlg-itlon Compsny for
,IMl,r t,Nl,t )t,ar ,,,, rot.r llls ron
nectlon with thu company nnu will
soon branch out for nlmsclf In busi
ness. Ills place has been taken by
Carpenter Stone, who arrived hero In
TO GET THE
"Hcywbod Shoes Wear"
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