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Nowadaya Wa Make at
1 BULLETIN W
WANT AD. m
1 our Envoy, and within the apace of 4 W
O twenty.four hour we have been k '3
1 present. By Envoy, at a thoueand X j
j 1 firesides In a thouaand private I
. , homes. Our story has been told, by T
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In good times or bad no marchintf an afford to let his business drag
Evening ! Bulletin
Nowadaya Wa Make a
our Envoy, and within the apace of
twenty.four houra we have been
nresent. Bi Envov. at a thousand
'A From San Franclecot
Aiameua . . ..4 aepi. zs
Siberia . Sept. 28
For Ban Francisco!
Nippon Maru . . Sept. SG
Alameda . . . ...j Oct. 3
Aurangl Oct. 20
Moana Oct. 17
fireside In a thousand private
homes, our story has ocen 101a, oy
proxy, to A MAJORITY of the peo
ple In the city who could not by any
other means, be Induced to take an
Interest In It.
Vofr Xqil No 311)7
HONOLULU. rKKRTTORY OF HAWAII .WBDNKS DAY. SEPTKMBER 26. 100(1
jVjiiob 5 Oenth
HEARST AND HUGHES
ARE NEW YORK LEADERS
(Attoclattd FictM SpeoM Cable)
BUFFALO, N. V., 8ept. 26. The
Democratic State Convention la await
ing committee reports. The nomina
tion 'of William Randolph Hearst for
Governor Is predicted.
HEARST THE NOMINEE
Buffalo. Sept. 26. Wm. Ilnndolpli
Hearst In the prnbnble nominee of the
Democratic patty for flovernor.
In an article In tlio Nineteenth Cen
tury Mujor-flciicral Blr Alexunder I!.
Tulloch refers to (lie wonderfuj energy
and push of the Japaneso manufactur
er. "In articled of ordinary use, such
things ns cricket bats and tennis rac
quets, made In Japan, are. In Austra
lia," ho v(ltcs, "cutting out similar
urtlclea made In England,"
Blank books of all aorta, ledgers',
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
lishing Company, -
,M. ' '
THE VERY LATEST IN
THIS LINE JUST
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
" Kerchief " Cap?
Mm (I WnMffM
!iy ''Sr rrrKlfiaT
MADE IN NEW YORK
(Alioclaled frets Svrcfal PaMtJ
8ARATOQA, N. Y., 8ept. 26. Chaa.
E. Hughes, who so successfully prose
cuted the Insurance Investigation, waa
nominated for Qovernor by the Repub
licans today. The nomination was by
(AttocUiltd l'rtf Bptatal CaUtl
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 28. Secre
tary Taft Is trying to Induce President
Palma to reconsider his resignation.
(Aitoctatcd J'reit Special Cablt)
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept.
26. Agrarian disorders have broken
out In the Vlalka province. The peo
ple are pillaging and burning property.
(At$ociattt Jre B fatal 0U)
GUAYAQUIL, Sept 26. A conspir
acy to overthrow Alfaro has been dis
covered and many consplratora ar
rested. We Have The
In clothes to meet your de
sire. Wa have had the prop
er qualities right, along, even
those of ultra-fashionable cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothes are aold nowadaya,
there la no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In' ac
cord with Fashion,
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF
NIPPON GATHER TO CHEER
CONVERTED CRUISER ANEGAWA
Tlia Japanese training ship Anegawa
arrived In the harbor at nlxiut 10
o'clock this morning, having come
from the Orient after a nliort stop at
All the Japanese population of ths
city woh waiting for her aiixlounly,
and when uhe came off the harbor
crowds were down on the wharves or
aboard sampans and launches and ev
erything else In the harbor that would
float, everywhere waved the flags of
Japan. Kery llttla sampan bore a
string of brilliant crimson and of
white. Above the quarantine wharf
tbey wcro rlimtercil In u swarm big
flags with the' blooj-red center, little
ones twinkling and snapping In the
breeze, and every boat full of excited,
guyly clad HiiliJectH of the Mikado.
Kur the Anegawa Id to the Japanese
no ordinary war veHsel. Hhc Is inoic
than that. She In a trophy of victory,
for Bhe was raptured from the Kus
BlansMn the war, and represents the
prowess.of the little brown people. Bhe
Is a converted cruiser of large size
and la manned and ofllccrcd largely by
men who fought lu the war.
Oreat preparations have been made.
by the Honolulu Japanese for the re
MANILA, P. I., 8ept. 26. During
a typhoon In the Cagayan Valley of
Luzon on the 1Bth Inat. aeveral towna
were destroyed and a few Uvea lost.
A typhoon at Laguna on the 22d de
atroyed property to the value of
(A'loclaltd I'rtu HptcM Call 1 1
CHICAGO, III., Sept. 26. former
President Stansland of the' Milwaukee
National Bank appeared In court to
day and pleaded guilty to the charge
of embezzlement and fraud lodged
against him. He waa sentenced to an
Indeterminate term In the Stats prison
New York, Sept. 25. Stensiand, the
in using Chicago uanK president, wno
waa apprehended In Morocco, waived
extradition nnil admitted his guilt. Ills
(statement Incriminates others,
rinr Jf Printing at the Bulletin.
carrlea with it many burdens
and responsibilities which are
apt to prove harrasalng to the
busy man. .We act aa guard
Ian, executor or administrator
when, called upon to do oo.
Fort St. Bonolul'i
ception of their warship. Kvcry launch .
In the harbor waa engaged by them
A leccptlon romtnlttee was ready toj
go out to the vessel as soon as she nr-l
rived In the harbor.
When the vessel' was reported prac
tically every Japanese In town hast;
ened down to the wharf. All who
could piled Into thesampans, whlL'
the reception committee put out to
board the vessel. 4
Shortly after the flock of aampaun
moted out Into the harbor forming n
long line and sailing' or being towed
out toward tlui ship, where they cluu
lered about like a swarm of eiclted
As the campan pulled out liito the
stream, they commenced a bombard
ment nf.daylUht fireworks which was
Kept up at Intervals, for several hours
The ship will not come In the harbor
tor two days.
The local Japanese have made ex
tensive preparations itor "a reception
to the officers and men of the visltluif
training ship. The time for this wilt
depend upon when wll be raoM con
lenient to tho commanding officer of
the Anegawa, but If (possible It 1c
planned to have It take place Satur
i w m wis
Ical brokers are awaiting with
a considerable degree of curiosity tly
mall advices which the Siberia Is ex
pected to bring from i the mainland to
morrow, In which they, anticipate find
Ing an explanation of tho peculiar fluc
tuations bi beet sugars. These have
rather surprised them, as tho down
ward tendency was least expected now
when the reported shortness of the
beet .crop and the unsettled political
romllllnns on Cuba should mako tho
It Is thought that possibly unusually
fine weather In the beet country,
which Is of especial Importance now
that tba harvest Is at hand, may be
responsible, for tho drop In price.
PALMA WILL RESIGN.
Havana, Sopt ZC Tho Government
Is determined to abdicate and compel
Intervention, rather than compromise
with the rebels. President Palma has
called Congress to convene Friday and
consider the resignations of himself
and the Capote cabinet.
1 At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of 1. HOPP eV CO., the
store In the Young Building, which. recently bought the atook
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
la retiring from business, have plaaed on aala at J. HOPP a
CO.'B stores the entire atook of Portar'a at prlcaa which have
never been placed an furniture here before.
J. HOPP A CO. oarry on their own account a large atock
of furniture and they have no room for Porter'a atock, ao
they will almost glva away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be laaa than you expect to pay.
. Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a atock which Included soma
high grade goods. Wa will "murder" these. Wa have i a new
lot of new furniture dua to arrive hare and must put Portar'a
atock out of the way.
The stock Includes everything you can uaa In your house.
Now la the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
d. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNQ BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
day afternoon at the Hoys' Field. There
will be exhibitions of wrestling, fenc
ing and other athletic sports, speech
making, etc. If there Is any Japanese
on the Island ot Oahu who Is not pre
ent at that time. It will be because It
Is a physical Impossibility for him to
get there. Many a dinner table Is
liable to bo without lu usual servants,
fur all the domestic servants of Hono
lulu have asked for Saturday as a hol
iday. It Is pretty safe to say that they
will take It, too.
And the Japanese employed on the
outside plantations will all be there,
Already they are coming Into town.
Yesterday afternoon there might have
Ihm'ii seen traversing oue of the roads
leading Into the city a Japanese I
enormous stature. He was dressed In
tho most elaborate uniform, with more
gold braid than an admiral. The man
had beeu a cavi, -yman In the Htinau
Japanese war, and his presence was
necessary to complete the preparations
for the reception of the other heroes
of the war. He strode with a proud
and martial air, for he was, for the
time being, no longer a ' plantatiou
hand. He was a hero, a inau who had
fought for the Mikado.
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Tho Executive Committee of th'o Oa
hu County Committee held a meeting
this noon, but tho session waa secret.
It having been decided by the com
mittee that certain of Its transactions
should nut he prematurely allowed to
como to public knowledge.
Thu principal business done was tho
arranging of thu great rally at Aala
Park next Saturday ii!;ht, at which
the first gun of tho campaign In o ho
fired. A band of fifteen musicians has
been engaged tu enliven tho rally, and
fireworks, tprcliljghts, etc., will servo
to make tho meeting a gay one.
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MARINE8 FOR CUBA
Washington, Sept. 25. Fifteen hun
dred marines have been ordered to
Cuba and by the end of tho week a
force of 7000 will be ready to land.
TROOPS TO BE BENT
Oyster Day, SepL 25. Plans for the
dispatch of troops to Cuba have been
IDE BOLT SAYS i
i VIDA DID DUTY!
The failure of Deputy Sheriff Jack Kalaklola to perform hl.i
duty In summoning Jurors beforo the court when Instructed to do
so was onco more the subject of sharp criticism on tho part of
Judgu De Holt, who raked him over tho coals seventy this mom-
4- Ing, golni; to the extent of ordering thu bailiff of his court to sum-
inon jurymen Into court by telephone, salng as ho did It: "If thn
4- Deputy Sheriff Is unable to find this man wo will get him by tele-
phono and let him find the Deputy Sheriff."
lu a private conversation oiilflilo the courtroom this morning,
Judge De llolt commented on tho way In which the ofllrc of Dep-
uty Sheriff is conducted nt piescut in comparison to tho way It
used to be conducted when Henry Vlila hold thn olllcu. Ho said: 4-
"When Vlila was Deputy Sheriff there wan never nny troublu nf
4 this kind, lu thu present caso there has been onu veulro which was
not summoned at all and two moro which hnu only beeu mimmoiied
" In part, tho officer falling to find nioro than a small part of the men
4- who wern called for. When Hour; Vlda was Deputy ho alunjH had
his men hero on time. He did hit. work no matter whether it took -V
4 a little extra time or not,
"If It was ncccsHnry to get out at night and ccrve the sum- 4-4-
mons he waa ready to do bo and did It on many occasions. Ills
4- work was always well done and tin lo wan no muse of complaint, as
4- there Is In tho present cuBe, wlictv wo have nlieady spent almost
4 three days without being nhlo to pick out n jury nnd simply on nc- 4-4-
count of the fact that thu men named lu tho cntro have not been
brought Into court."
Federal Building '
Will Be Discussed
Tho Central Improvement Committee
will meet this evening nt 8 o'clock nt
tho rooms of the Promotion Committee
to consider v.irlous matters of bufcl
ness. One of the delegates has. sug
gested thai the committee consider thu
I'ciliral bulldhs sites in connection
with the ici of Charles .Mulford
Itoblnson, w... recommended that the
building chuuld bu placed In a large,
open space, unobstructed by other
ttructurcs. U Is probable Hint I lie
lomtnlttco will take up this mutter,
although It will not enter Into auy con
test as to thn respective merits of thu
sites which liinu been offered.
Among other mattors to bo consid
ered lire the billboard situation. In
which satisfactory progress had been
made, and tho reading lf answers re
ceived In reply to letters sent by the
committee One of these replies la
from the llosrd of Supervisors, relat
ing to the work at I'ukakl Hill; nuutli-
The aafety of your valua
able papers Is our salvation.
Either la cheap at Five Ool.
lara a year when It comes In
a safe-deposit box.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO
1051 Fort Street.
f,. .. . '
, J-4- 4- 4-
r from the Superintendent of Public
Works concerning 'the proposition lo
remnvo the stable In the Capitol yard,
nnd still nnnther from sthe Planters'
Association relative to tho fence of-tho
Experiment Station on Wilder avenue.
All these mailers have received prompt
attention and tho replies aru ery sat
isfactory. The burial nf Hyppolyte Januan. who
wns killed by n bursting ornery wheel
at !;. O. Hall & Son's More yesterday,
will tiiku place this nltcriibou at 3
o'clock from tho Catholic Cathedral.
Tho Interment will take place In the
The deceased wan 42 yeiira of ngo.
Ho leaves it widow nud n small child.
Ho also had M-tcrnl sUteis ncd broth
i'H, ono nf tho latter hating recently
left for the family home nt Chrlrt
rhutch. New Zealand.
FILE WRJIOF EMtOII
United State District Attorney
Ilreekons and Dunno filed a pcrfeytivl
writ of erior this morning In thu nan
dnmuH Milt against Heglsttar of Con
eyances Merrlam to compel him to
regUter laud at 1'uarl Harbor under
Ilio Judgment In thu.case of thu United
States vs. Joseph Ra'wai ct al. Tbo
judgment was for the mini of $lfl.W0.
Tho case has been beforo tho courts
for mimo time and it Is understood
that the appropriation for thu land has
lapsed on account, of the tlmu taken
up In tho legal complications.
MB" Fine Job Printing at th Bui-
Why Is It
you hear ao many
about buslnesa being
to badT There miltt be
a reason for it Our buslneaa -la
good and haa been
better this year than for a long
time and there's a Reason for thla
too. We give our customers mora
value than elsewhere. Our shoes
wear better than others. Our prices
can't bo compared. We consider the
Quality, Fit, Durability, Style and
Looka of a ahoe before buying. Why
Our new line of Thompson' Shoes
certainly takea the cream of trade.
12 new last added. All leathers,
all sites. In fact, everything to make
buying a pleasure.
Shoe Co,, Ltd,,
'Phone Main 282
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