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The faith of Honolulu merchants in the Bulletin is abiding faith. Look at thews
Evening ? Bulletin
From San Franclseot
China . . ., Oct. S
Sonoma Oct. 10
For San Franelicot
Alameda . t .Oct. 3
Doric Oct. 6
Aorangi Oct. 20
Moana Oct. 17
( . Nowaday We Make a
1 1 our Envoy, and within the ipaco of
I twenty-four hourt we have been
i present, By Envoy, at a thouiand
i ( fireside In a thousand private
, , homes. Our story has been told, by
, . 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.
IK Hill MIW M Ml OPP0BT0NITV TO ILL
Vou XV III No 3J98
HONOLULU. TERRITORI OE HAWAII. THUR8DAY. SEPTKMBER 27. LWMJ
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Thousands At the Dock
i Greet Visiting
OFFICERS AND 1EN ARE
WELCOME! WITH kUNZAIS
ENTHUSIASTIC MOB CANNOT BE
RESISTED IN RU8H TO QET
ABOARD DAI NIPPON
The Japanese training ship Ancgawu
came Into thn harbor ami tied up at the
navy dock sh Drily after 9 o'clock this
morning. Prictlcnlly ocry Japanese
In Honolulu waB down to welcome her,
and the chorus of bantals that went up
ns the vessel tlcamod slowly up to the
dock attested the exuberant loyally ot
the children of the Mikado.
It was about an hour before the
Aiiegan a was docked and the gang
way let down. When that happened
there took place a rush that would
make a Rugby lootball game or n bar
Gain counter sale look an quiet and
peaceful an a game of tlddleywlnks
Kvery Jnnanwo on the wharf wanted'
to ml uitoaril, and may uii wanted it.
Kt uboard at once Wiry little chaps
dresxtd In kinoraa. iibier residents
dollied In American garb, old 'women
I'uning clgafellf. mothersjwith babies
strapped lon.tprlj'acVatoddllnK chll
dreh, (gaily 'dressed' tittle girls, chat
tering boys, MioVed and pushed and
climbed over' lno another1. An officer
and two utrapplug seamen stood at thn
loot ottho gunuplauk and tried to keep
tlio irowd from going on board too
fast. They mfght as well have tried
to stop u stampede of cattlo on the
plains ot Texas. The excitid crowd
(limbed over and around them. One
Mb fellow got a strangle hold on the
ofllrer'H neck unit swung nround him
ns It tho officer were a polo. Another
man wasMig between his legs A
iloien wer'o cruwllug under tho guards
of tho gangpluiik aud about.four thou
iand were pushing mid shoving In
It was a good nntured throng
The ssfsty of your valua
able papers la our salvation.
Either is chsap at Flvo Dol
lars a year when It cornea In
a safe deposit box.
HENRY WATERHOUBE TRUST CO
lonnt UoMes rtirMm
MADB IN NEW YORK
flhcA Rtnlnihi iT, """
m mm vs.
Brown Calls Meeting Of
Sellers To Issue
War has ben declared between two
ot the most powerful Institutions In
tho city, one the Itapld Transit, the
soulless Juggernaut erected by the cap
italist, the other the hardest fighter
and most democratic of bodies, the
newspaper boys. Incidentally sui'i
minor forces tho Attorney General!)
Department and tho I'ollco Department
have been gathered Into this elemental
it niggle, but probably their part will
be a minor one.
Tho Itapld Transit decided that It
did not want the boys to board Its cars.
The boys defleu It. The corporation
wrote to the Attorney General, and
tho Attorney General discreetly passed
the buck to Sheriff , llrown, blandly
tuggpstlng that Drown call a meeting
of the boys nnd address them on the
nubject. This afternoon an officer la
Inviting the boya to attend the gather
ing, which will probably bo the hardest
audience to nddress that llrown has
ever como across.
The purposo la to prevent the boys
jumping on and off moving cars to the
Imminent danger of tbilr Uvea and the
dlstiesj ot'ntrvous passengers.
though, dasplta the heat ot the aun and
of tho closely packed bodies. The lit
tle mothers stood thcro patiently hold
ing tiny, shaven-crowned youngsters,
gorgeously clad. Occasionally a baby
whimpered, for tho discomfort was too
much for tho philosophy of even a
How It happened that doxens were
not-pushed off Into the water between
the ahlp and the dock Is one of the
mysteries that has to go without ex
planation, l'erbaps tho gods ot Nip
pon were favorably Inclined, or were
propitiated by the loyulty exhibited by
the little people. "At any rate, in spite
of the chances they ran, no one fell In
Hut It was Impossible to bold that
crowd buck, nnd finally It was found
necessary to raise the gangplank to
keep them from coming aboard ull at
ouio. I-ater It waa lowered and auoth.
er Installment admitted.
Aboard the vessel the visitors
swarmed everywheiu. They examined
everything curiously, chattered with
the men and with ejeh other, and
seemed to be huing the time of tbeir
lives. And the little maids shot coy
glances at the trig officers, who stared
back boldly, with nothing of tho stern
ness of the warrior about their looks
For who could look severely at a mntd
of Japan, dressed in her best kitnona
and smiling roguish smiles from be
hind a painted fan?
Just when the celebration In honor
of tho men and oftlcers of the Alio
l.awu will take place Is not yet decld-
We Have The
In clothea to meet your de
sire. We have had the prop
er qualities right along, even
those of ultra-fashionable cut.
Considering the very reas
onable price at which good
clothea are aold nowaday,
there la no excuse for any
man not to be dreaaed In ac
cord with Faahlon.
THE K ASH CO., LTD.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Among tho prominent Jflonolulu peo
ple who returned In the Siberia tbia
morning was S. M. Damon, who went
to Now York.
"The prospeilty Is general from one
end of tho mainland to the other,"
talcl Mr, Damon In answer to a re
quest that he express himself as to
the condltlonH he had observed. "The
crops) have far exceeded all esti
mates, the railroads aro pressed tor
cars to handle them, and the elevators
are filled with grain. I havu never
been In America at any time at which
tho genurul prosperity was so appar
ent to even tho most casual obaoner
as it Is now.
"I went to Now York to sec off my
eon, who left for Glasgow to take a
course for four years. From there I
went to Worcester, Minneapolis
Portland and back to Ban Frauclsco.
"They aro now busy1 cleaning up
San Francisco. You can aee the dif
ference In what they hao done In u
month. New buildings are being
erected, lumber bus gone up, and la
bor hag gono np- The labor question
ia probably tho most serious one. From
nil qyer tho, farmer, tho manufacturer,
cveryono is crying for labor, men who
wilt use tho pick and shoval.
"In Northern California I met a
number Of Japanese who had former
ly lived In tho Islands. They told mo
that they wished to return to Hawaii,
and would do so later, but they In
tended to remain on the Coast this
year, as good work was plentiful."
Letters reulved from Secretary
Jack Atkinson show that be was at tho
time of wrltlni? still In Sau Frauclsco
Ho wrote that ho was nwaltlne advices
from tho nasi before proceeding fur.
NEW ORLEAN8, La., Sept. 27. A
otorm awaeplng over the Quit and
south Atlantic State has don much
cd. It Is necessary for the vessel to
tako aboard a supply of coal, and
probably, nothing will bo done until
this work Is finished. Admiral Ver
has agreed to let tho vessel have Guo
tons of coal from the iiavy yards. The
bulanco of what the Anegawa requires
will bo supplied by local contractors.
A meeting of the local reception com'
inlttee will be held this evening to ar
range plans for the celebration. There
wilt probably be banquets In addition
to the field day sportH to be held at
tho Hoys' Field.
This afternoon the crew of the Ane
gawa la allowed shore liberty, and they
are now swarming about the town, tak
ing In the sights and admiring uud be
carrlea with it many burden
and responsibilities wh'ch srs
apt to prove harrasilrig to ths
busy man. W act as guard
Ian, sxscutor or administrator
whn called upon to, do o.
Afc Hawaiian Trust
fflfe Company Ltd.
)y For 8tT. Honolulu
Stoessel May Be
M'loctalnf pntn SiUI CnMJ
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Sept. 27
General Stoessel has resigned from
Central Stoeasal was In command
at Port Arthur apd after a brave fight
finally surrendered to the Japanese.
On returning bom he waa tried by
court-martial and sentenced to death,
which It was gtntrally conceded he
would not suffer, a a result of the
Mandated Print etel CtiUt
JIMINEZ, Max., Ipt 27. Raldtrs
took posaatalon of this slac today
and Imprisoned the town official. Sev
eral ptrsons ar repsMd killed.
The officers of the Anagawa, tho
Japanese training ship which Is at
present In port aro as Interesting a stt
of men as could be found anywhere.
Particularly C'apt. HannfUHa Sukesulro,
who has leeu in tho navy for the last
Vwenty ears and befuro his present
chip, which was sunk on Port Arthur
and then raised by tho Japanese, was
in command of the gunboat MuaaUil.
He Is moit coruiul in his Invitation for
the r.eneral public to visit his ship nnd
slates that nt nny time, when they will
not Interfere with the work of the.
ciew all will bo most welcome. Hun
day will bu a general reception day.
Thu Anegawa has on board Z5 offi
cers, 94 hub-lluitenauts and 461 men.
A lurge majority of both officers and
men sercd In the Japanere navy In the
war ngalrftt Kussla. Tho principal of
ficers on hoard are: Captain Hnnafuxa
rhltiro. Navli,atjiig Officer FuJIImwa
Kama. Chief ruglncrr llatana Mlclil
mosukn,. Paymaster Yraliiinuru lllro
sbl, nnd Surgeon Yamada Hhuooshl.
At Your Own Price -
Ths old established furnlturs hous of J. HOPF A CO , ths
store In ths Young Building, which recently bought ths stock
of furnlturs which belonged to ths PorUr Furnlturs Co. which
Is retiring front- business, hay placed on sals at J. HOPF A
CO.'S atorca ths sntlra stock of Portal's at prlcss which havs
QSvsr been placed en furnlturs her before,
J. HOPP A CO. carry on thslr own account largs stock
of furnlturs and they havs no room for Porter's stock, so
they will almost give away ths latter. Bring your money
with you and ths pries will be ls than you xpct to pay.
Gosing Out The Stock
Ths Porter Furnlturs Co. had a stock which Inetudsd some
high grads goods. We will "murder" these. Ws havs a new
lot of new furnlturs due to arrive hsrs and must put Porter's
stock out of ths way.
The atock Includea everything you can use In your hous.
Now la th time to buy It. Ullki Mmm4M. laLUal'aW
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLAOEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
10S3-1059-1005 YOUNG BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
lAtloclafd Prttt Bftfal OabU)
HAVANA, Cuba, 8ept. 27. Amer
ican Intervention to pacify Cuba Is
now considered near. A compromise
Secretary of War Taft may pro
claim himself Governor.
General Funston, who will suppos
edly have charge of American army
force, arrived today.
Mtocla(4 Pnu tpettal Call'
8AN JUAN, Porto Rice 8st,x27
A ssrlous earthquake wa Xf tHsnfad
her today. Ths tremor caussd great
alarm, but no ssrlous damage was
(Attoclaleil J'rsts 4eal Call'
FOL80M, Cal., Sept. 27. Adolph
Webber of Auburn, who waa convict
ed of murdering his mother and other
members of his family, was hangsd to
day, fulfilling the ssntencs of the
court. The Webbtr murder was a par
ticularly atrocious one. He killed hla
parent and then Mt firs to ths horn.
Additional Cable New on Fags 1.
Mongolia May Arrive ;
In Port From ?
Midway This Afternoon
The Mongolia Is expected to nrrlie
from Midway cither this nfternoon or
tomorrow morning, comoyed by the
transport liufonl. Sho Is traveling
under her own steam nnd should lie
able to maka Just us gixid time, an f
she had never been on tho reef ut Mid
way. It there Is nny necessity for
temporary repairs they will probably
be made hero nnd n suncy of thn ship
completed. Until this Is done It will
Lo Impossible, to say whctlur she wilt
tako bcr passengers to tho Coast or
whether they will bu left hero to be
taken by soma other ship of tho m inc
There aro a number of oflliers here
still who were unable to i.cl nwny on
tho Sherman on account ot lack ot
loom and they will probably no on tel
tho Coast on tho Iluford ns soou as sliu
arrives. Sho will hnvo to tako on coal
here bcfoio starting for th? mainland
Lieut. I. Mulsiimoto, of tint AneKn
wa, which come In this morning, told
an Interesting Mory'ot thu poiltton or.
tho Mongolia when his ship left Mid
way. Tho lleulenuul lalkH ver) gocu
English and was very pleasant In Kl-
Ipi his observation! of the Puclia
Mall boat, lie said:
"The Mongolia vas I) luff off tho
shore of Midway ubout n mile, Lvt
udoui tour miles from tho laiutUK
That Is. i.ho would havu been com
pelled to go arot;: d tho eud of ti e
coral reef and tl en through tho en
tranco to tho harbor. She was lylun
with part of her length over tho reef
and was embedded In the coral bene Uii
her second mart for a distance of
about three feet. There were out six
fathoms of water at her stern nnd she
was able to use both screws freely.
"We went p within 300 meter nt
her stern v took, aboard hawsers
Ihcn dolnr; ( uM to pull her oil bi t
broke ull c T liawBeri and now h ivo
not a sluglo steel cablo left. All lln
freight wns thrown uvrrboird, Invlud
Ing a Iirce amount of sake.
"Acconllnn to thn Mongolia's olllccrs
tho sea wan cry culm when sho wont
aground uud they rnuld not scu the
iccf at all. Tho ship was resting on
an oven keel but wns listed to star.
board about 8 or U degrees. We did
ull that we could but were so short of
roul that, when wo had broken ull the
hawsers, wo found that It was iieci-
inry fnr us to romo to Honolulu. Wh.M
wo were lying there was ten fathnn-j
of water and there was deep water all
"Wo do not know yet how long we
will stay In Honolulu but tho sailors
will be allowed liberty on shore com
mencliiB with this nftrruoou, 1 hac
nover been In tho United States befuro
but learned to speak KiiKlish In Ja
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Sept. 20.
SUGAR: 88 degree Centrifugal,
cent, or ISO. per ton. Previous quo
tation, 4.0625 cent.
J05J Fort Street.
TELLS OF HER FIX
WHILE HUNTING WAS
ull IN FOOT:
St. Paul paper rIw tho following
account of the -serious acclclint suf
fered by (loorRu Cnnmarro, sou of
(Icorge CailaMino. a ntudent nt thu
State Unl rally, uho was shot In (ho
foot Monday morning while huntlnr;
at Cuss liU', wns Jisteidn) btonr.bt'
to St. Luke's lloj,iltal, St. Paul, nnd
Is roportid ns rvMlnit easily. The ac'
clilontal Olsclinrgu ot hlx gun produc
ed u serious wound nud It was flrrt
lea red his foo' would lime to bo mil-
p'ltntid, but tbo phjslclans now stntoj
ymi u win ur Hiiico.
Cinatnrio'H homo U In Hawaii, and.
hu has studied botli at Cornell and'
Minnesota unherslllcH. Ilo'liat been
i-pendlng liU summer ac.itlon this
yenr on thu noumment fortstrj re
serves about Cnss Uikc. Ho Is a mem
ber of tlio Delta Upsllon frntnrulti,
und will bu a suitor nt tho university
Dally cuhlcs kep tho father inform
ed of his soii'h progiocs and the many,
friends In the islands will be'clad'to
know- that tin- jounR nmn U recover-"
Ing rapidly., although tliero Is a pnnsi
blllty that ho uuy he permanently!
THE VERY LATEST IN
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4 111 1IWC WOl vja
HAVE YOU SEEN THEJ,fe
Why Is It
you hear so many
merchants complain "
about business being ,
so bad? There must be
a reason for It. Our business
Is good and ha been
better this year than for a long
tme and thero'a a Reason for this
too. We give our customers more
value than elsewhere. Our shoes
wear better than others. Our price
can't be compared. We consider the
Quality, Fit, Durability, Stylo and
Looks of a hoe before buying. Why
Our new line of Thompson's Shoes
certainly takes the cream of trade.
12 new lasts added. All leathers,
all sizes. In fact, everything to make
buying a pleasure.
Shoe Co , Ltd.,
'Phone Main 282
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