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4 The Bulletin Is received into the office and the home with pleasure
or the next tlx men, who patt you
from Bin Francisco:
Sierra Sept. 19
America Mnru . ., Sort. 21
For Sin Francisco:
Alameda . , . ..-. Sept. 12
Mongolia Sept. 18
Mlowcra Sept. 22
Aorangl ......Sept. 19
on the street, one hat tome money
1 1 to Invett one la looking for anoth
1 1 er place to live, and one la anxious
i to secure a better Job. Naturally
if these three men are reading the
Wants nowadays. Have you any-
ining io say id mcmi
HIT MIKES IT TIE BEST SALESMAR 11 IIW1II
Vol. XV III No. 318J
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HA WAIL TUE8DAY, 8BPTEMBEK 11. 19t)
Priob 6 Ukntr
1 ' -
In This City -
To Salve Wrecks
A. HOCKING TO BE PRESIDENT
tn case another wreck HKo that o(
the Manchuria or the Sheridan occurs
in the Islands there will bo a full
equipment ready for the salting of tho
unfortunate vessel. Attorney H. M.
Uallou b at present preparing nrllclos
of Incorporation for a company which
has already obtained a esscl and ord
ered a complete wrecking outfit which
will far surplus any which could pos
r.lbly be cotlcn together In the Island.
Tho company will bo Incorporated
with a capital stuck of 125,000 paid in
rash and will beprepatod to commence
operations within tho next thirty days,
A. Hocking will bo president, Captain
1". C, Miller general manager and treas
urer, A, M. Hurl, vlro president, nnd
C. 0. Dartlctt and Charles 1-cc, togeth
er with the other Ihrco officers direct
ors. Tho James Makec li the vessel which
has been purchased for this purpose
and she will In n few necks bo pic
pared with n wrecking outlit which
will bo ablo to undertake any Job which
may come up. .Four six-Inch steel
hawsers nro being made by Roebllng
& Co. on thcjVtlantlc Coast especially
for this use and will be far stronger
than any now In use In the wrecking
operations on the Manchuria or the
Sheridan. They will be nblc to stand
n tensile strain or over 130 tons auiljCapl. Mctrnlf Is preparing to do with;
will be guaranteed to nave stood mix
test before. they leave the factory.
One of the most powerful steam
windlasses which can be obtained will
be on board '-villi two fiflQO-nound and
rw . in q -A-i . . . TTyg.
SAYS WHIIIN IS
LadyKnewHim For Three
FRANK HALSTEAD TELLS
OF VOLCANO HOUSE JAQ
MRS. WHITIN OETS DECREE AND
ACCEPTS $5000. AS HER PER
A glorious record for conscientious
labor In the seivicc of llachua was this
afternoon given Frederick H. Whltln,
when the divorce suit brought against
blm beforo Judge Robinson was heard.
It. W, flrcckons appeared for Whltln,
having received nuthorlty from him at
Hllo to act" a J attorney for him in any
oasc which might arise as tho result, of-
Ms domestic Infelicity. E. A. Douthitt
uppeared as attorney for the llbellant.
Although the libel was filed only this
morning, tho decree of divorce was
granted this afternoon, thus probably
setting a recoid for Bpccdy divorce for
this Territory. This wna mado pos-
an v -nmawK
THE HASH CO., Ltd.,
Cor. FORT and HOTEL 8T8
two 3000-pound anchors. These will
bo equipped with three-Inch chains,
capable of Btnndlng an almost unlim
ited amount of strain. Heavy blocks
and tacklr, which arc also being Hindu
tn order by ltocbllng, will be of tho
Tho Makco's outfit for pumping will
he one which cannot be surpassed on
the Pacific Coast, She will have In
stalled n 4-Inch, a C-lnch and n .10-Inch
pump and with these three, will be
able to throw tho water out of a ves-
nl faster than It can romo In tin I eta
the ship's bottom Is almost entirely
gone. The two smaller pumps arc al
ready in Honolulu nnd the monBtcr
30-Inch pump, which Is about twlco
the size of any which could bo used for
such a purpose In thczo Islands will bo
here In the next two weeks.
Tho abject of tho Mnkco will not bo
to attempt to pull n vessel off by (ow
ing but to salve her by tho method
used on tho Atlantic and other roasts
where this work Is made n special bus
iness. It Is seldom that a ship tho size.
of the Manchuria can bo pulled off by
simple towing methods, but the Mnkre
will be able to do her share of this
work If It is needed,
Her duty will be to lay nnchors nnd
let the vessel pull herself off by aid
Uapta. Mctcair Is preparing to do Willi
I the Manchuria. Sho will bo able In a
short spaco of time to clear tho water,
from n vessel that is leaking and will
III! a long needed wont In tbeao waters.
sjblc by a rtlpulatlon whereby tho
llbeleeconscnlcd to havo tho mattt'f
Frank lialctead was tho first wltnca
called by tho llhcllant. Ho had visited
the Volcano House u short lime ago,
when Whltln was thcrc.nnd established
Whltln's enviable reputation. Whltln,
lie said, dranl before nnd after break
fast, lil'foro and after lunch, at dinner
and at night. Halstead did not know
when Whltln quit. Ho was In tho
habit of ictlrlng at 11 p. m.. and ho
would always Icavo Whltln behind
Mill drinking The libellco had been
keeping up a continuous skato whllo
HalEtead was at tho Volcano House.
Mrs. Beatrice Thompson, who is vis
iting Mrs. Whltln, went Halstead one
I better. She testified that sho had
Known Whltln for three years, and dur
ing this period she hud known him to
be bober only once. He was In the
habit of taking live to six cocktails be
fore breakfast, and this paco he kept
,'un from morning till night.
The lincicc mnnc no contest, unci on
tho showing made Judge Hoblnson
- . . . .
granted the llliellant an absolute do
creo of dUorto. Alimony was llxcd
by consent of the parties in n lump
sum of $5000 as full payment for all
claims for property, etc. Douthitt wai
allowed on attorney's fco of 1250.
A divorce suit, which will undoubt
edly attract considerable, attention
nmong tho members of the smart u
clcty set of thin city, a well as abroad,
was filed today by Attorney E. A.
Douthitt. His client Is Mrs. Daphne
I Bell Whltln, nnd sho Eccks to have
severed the bonds of holy matrimony
Arc here in the largest assort
ment ol Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selection!: will be.
TEL. MAIN 23.
TO BUSINESS SLATE
It Was Cut and Dried
According To Idea
Of One Man
MOIR FAIRED TO CARTER"
ON WAILUKU ROMANCES
"That business meeting was a cork-
ec-ln Iho way or ctiilck Judgment," said
a business man this morning.
In the first place, tho list of ttin
candidates to be considered was not
complete, assuming that tho meeting
Intended to bo non-paruxan. u. n.
Trent, Democrat, has announced him
celf tn tho newspapers ni a randldatc
for County Trcnsurcr, hut his namo
was not on tho list handed round, ami
which tho committee was alleged to
Clarenco Crnbbes name was not
on nnd had to bo Intcrlineatcd later.
Nor was A. V. dear's namo on thu list,
lie has nnnnunced himself. All Mm
candidates were not presented nnd It
wns obvious that tho proposition was
so well flx'-d beforehand that It was
thought to bo unnecessary to add any
"Then when n man moved that n
committer be appointed nnd report
hack in flvo minutes, Hint capped the
climax. Klvo minutes to go over twen
ty or more names is mighty quick
wanning. Tho committee returned In
three mlnuteii or less with their deci
sion made. , y '
Any man with tho heart to oppose
rucli a smoothly-cut proposition as
that would havo been a criminal. It
In sometimes pleasant to endorso work
rut and dried when it Is dono with
such a lino regard for the general ex
pression of Independent opinion."
TO KNOW ABOUT
RETROGRADE OR PROORES8
I.. I,. McCndless says that ho under
stands tho business men aro not en
thusiastic over him because of his
rnllroad ambitions, "That's all right."
said McCandless this morning. "It Is
a question of whether they wnnt men
who w III work for tne progress oi mo
Territory or Us retrogression. That's
lust It. Do the merchants of this city
want to reach out and cxpana, or ao
"And when It cornea uown io nn
nnces, I was Iho man In tho Legisla
ture who Introduced tho measure that
put tho expenses of the Territory with.
(Continued on Page 2)
Frank Andrade emphatically acrcrts
that ho will not withdraw from the
ra"co for the o'llcc of County Attorney.
which nt present tlo her to Frederick
Whllo the ground.') of tho libel arc
habitual Intemperance, tho document
Is dovold of sensational featureii, out
side of the allegation against Whltln.
Mrs. Whlfln makes tho usual snowing,
that she has lived In Hawaii for tno
past two years, and that she and her
husband last lived togctner as nus
land nnd wife In this city. She fur
thermore shows that they were mar
ried at Ogden. Utah. In March, 1905,
and that them are no cimartn.
The zroundn for complaint are very
thort and to iho no nt, being stnteii in
just two and one.halt typewritten llnej
can leave the management
of same entirety In our
hands. Wo will collect
rents and Interest, pay
taxes and take care bf all
details, making remittanc
es monthly or as preferred.
You get the advantage
of the knowledge and ex
perience of a trustworthy
Fort St. HonoluK
"Some of it are getting nenous
4 for want of work." snld Secretin
Johnson of tho Southern Callfor-
nla Atsoclatlon this morning.
"and we will be In linn condition
to take charge of the special Is.
sue of tho Uullelin after wo get
back from the Vobano. We hivo
selected our stalf and when wu
get hack will tell you what day
we want to lake marge.
"We Intend to do the whole who elected not to go on ono account
work, editing, reporting nn! all and nnother, but the majority of the
4 down tho iliit.." crowd was on hand this morning.
Tho staff lor the Issue hBB been Tho party will reach Hllo at 2 o'clock
f selected as tollons: tomorrow afternoon, leaving by train
Editor It. O. Holt of the Santn at 7:30 Thurtday morning for Vol-4-
Monica Evei-lng Outlook. cano, which they expect to reach at
Managing Kdltor-IMgar lohii- 11:15. Tho visit to the crater will bo
son of tho Fullrrton Tribune. I made Thursday allernoon and tho
Editorial Writers U F. Don- party will lcivo Friday morning on
little of tho l3 Anpclcs Herald ; their return trip, reaching Honolulu
C. F. Holland of the Ixis Angeles ;nt 10 u. m. Saturday.
Evening Erpress. ) 'the lew members of the. association
City Editor II, Hay Morton, who did not go on tho trip. stood about
city editor of the Uw Angeles Ex-'thc dock this morning looking very
iimlner. disconsolate, as If they were sorry they
f Waterfront J. U. Mathewf, of had allowed thomelvcH to think or
tho Covlna Argus. such u thing as remaining utuiiid. Tho
Telegraph Editor Paul Mooro ihunccs aro that they will bo sorrier
of thn HedlundH Evenings Fn.-t Iwhen the rest ol the party returns.
. four l llmim ami (Vinltiil War. I After thn cane nlank had been with-
ren Wilson of the ls Angel'H tl
Society i.nd Woman's Page
Mls flraco Tower of tbc Pasa-
ilpna nvenln.t News and Mistress
a. t t tinn.i.. nt ikn I ..fit- iinnfh 4
T .,, ... 1 M,.J ! .! .'..p -....
Heal KM'ile I. 8. Watson of
Hie l.ong naeh Ecnlng Tribune.
C.ittoonlm-n. Springer of the
Us Angeles Examlnnr.
Srorts J. J. Pfitnjr of tho Long
Religious Editor Bev. J. D. II.
llrowne of the Southern Callfor-
nla Churchman, of Los Angclcn.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP eV CO., the
etore In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
Is retiring from business, have placed on sale at J. HOPP eV
CO.'B atorea tho entire atock of Porter's at prices which have
never been placed on furniture here before.
J. HOPP 4. CO. carry on their own account a large atock
of furniture and they have n,o room for Porter'a atock, ao
they will almoet give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be leaa than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a atock which Included some
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter'a
atock out of the way,
Tho stock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now ia the time to buy It.
Porterfs Stock At Your Figures
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNG BUILDINQ BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACTS.
The Company sustained only one death loss attributable directly to
the awful disaster of April 18th last.
Th finmnanv'a San Francisco Home Office Building, destroyed by fire.
was fully covered by Insurance in standard companies. '
. . ' . i-l a... -m....i.. Uama nM.a BuIMImm aInAil
The land upon wnicn vie on rrnmi.w r.nm wmv. ,,,.., ,u ..
has not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value.
San Francisco mortgagee held by the Company, amounting to (298,450,
were protected by real estate valued at 1493,000, with Improvements, only
part of which were destroyed, worth 1170,000, and upon which Improve
ments the Company held fire Insurance to the amount of 175,000.
The vaults withstood the flro and their entire contente, about two ear.
loads of books and records, are now In our Loa Angeles Home Office.
The Company has approved asseta of about 111,000,000; hat nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance In force; has an annual Income of more than IV
500,000, and has surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Insurance lawa the stockholders, whose wealth le
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company,
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALL
FORNIA le the largest and most popular life Insurance company weat of
the Mississippi River, and hat done a conservative and progressive business
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, at It will
continue to do. J. N. RU88ELL. JR., Secretary.
I No matter what our competltora
020 FORT STREET.
Decorated with lets and bubbling
over with good spirits over tho pros
pect of their four days' trip, the South
ern California editorial party got away
at 12 o'clock today on the kleatner Kl-
nati for Kllauea. The volcano trip nun
been awaited by ma of them with
agcr anticipation as ono of tho main
features of their excursion and they
have been talking of It over slnco they
'left California. There were a few
drawn unci the steamer was on the
point of starting, two figures clothed In
while were seen scrambling wnaiy
'down the sldo of tho boat. 'I hey were
Clinton Hutchlus and F. II. McHloeK
Lr iinlh ppnttpmon tntltcnantlv deny
- I-.. ... o-.-.. .-..
t.tho Insinuation that they wero thrown
ovcrlioara necausc inoy nan incu 101
go without any tickets.
For the next four dayn tho editorial
people , will bo recing slghta
such ns they havo never seen
before, their trip culminating In
a visit to the largest active volcano In
the world. Oy the time they come
back, they will havo a much' better Idea
(Continued on Page U
may tay to you, thete are the FACT3I
Mninclolfit I'rf Sprclitl Cablt)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. It.
Colonel Snlffen has been appointed
Paymaster General of the Army.
E. B. Rogers has been appointed
Paymaster General of the Navy.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 11
Willie Sylvia, a youth of sixteen years,
who, with (Ix other boys, was enticed
to Alaska by a Chinese bom, was burn
ed to death in the Coffee Creek can
(Anoclaltd Prn fintrtal Cntlt)
GUAYAQUIL. Ecuador, Sept. 11.
Several ahocks of earthquake were
felt here today. Shocks were also felt
at Ambato and Quito.
(Aitoctnltii PrM Kpee'al CatleJ
AKLEY, Minn., Sept. 11. Robbert
secured $10,000. from the city bank
- SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 8
8UOAR: 88 analysis Beets, 9s. 6 34d.
Parity, 4 cents. Previous quotation,
Additional Cable Newt on Page
MP" Fine Job Printing at the Bul
The More You Think
about our men's working shoes the greater your appreciation of
the wonderful value, good-fit featuret, long-wear quality, high
grade finish and good appearance In every pair. Then you do
not wonder at our large trade there'a a reason for It.
No man, whether poor or comfortably fixed, can afford to
pay for shoes and have them rip and tear the very first time he
gets them wet. He would rather pay moro and get quality.
Oboes cost more now to build than ever before; hence there
mutt be a sacrifice somewhere. We positively will not cutout
quality In our atock and tell a man "This is the same shot at
the tame price." Full value here In every eale.
1 05 J Fort Street.
NORFALK, Va., Gent Ml. The cruli
ter Des Moines has sailed from Flor'
Ida in search of Cuban filibusters.
In Lead For
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Sept. 11. At
the Democratic State Convention here,
Bell, Dingo and Langdon are In the
lead for the nomination for Governor;
"Better be sure than sorry" la a tay.
Ing 'older than our safe-dcpotlt vault,
but it fltt it as If made to order. Bet.
ter be sure of the eafety of your pa
per than torry you had not rented
on of the boxta at five dollar year.
MENHY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
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