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From San Prancltcol
China Oct. S
Sonoma Oct. 10
For San Franelteo:
Alameda ...Oct. 3
Uotle Oct. B
Aoranp,l Oct. 20
Moana Oct. 17
Vor,. XV III No 3502
W. 0. Smith Nails
The Tale of Critics
W. O. Smith does not Join In the adverse opinion of the open
ing lallv of the Republican party on Saturday night that Is en
tertained Uy tho crltlcB who say It was a frost.
Mr. Smith said today: "So fin as any Btulement regarding tho
meeting being a failure Ih concerned, with tho exception of Hoveral
disorderly persons, It was tho nioct HiiccesHful mooting I hao wit
nessed here. .
'Tho disorderly persons were not supported hy the audience."
HAVANA, Cuba, OcL 2. Dlaarma.
ment of the Cuban rebels la proceed
ing peacefully In the Havana Prov
ince. Some friction Is possible at CI
enfuegos, but there are 450, marines
at that point prepared to quell any
NEW OHLEAN8, La, Oct. 2.
Forty-four lighthouses were destroy
ed or seriously damaged by tho re.
cent storm along the Gulf.
Four lighthouse keepers were
TROOPS AND MARINES SENT
ftttuiclnlrd Vrett Hprclill Cubic)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Oct.- 2. Tho
tramporto Texas and Sumner left to.
day with 900 troops on board for Cu
'' MARINES HAVE 8AILED
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 2. The
cruiser. Brooklyn with 400 marines
has sailed for Cuba.
Office of Registrations, basement of
tvrmt IMto (brjlcn
MIDL IN NEW YORK
Jttf.jrLMtimln t ? AAXIM
I 3:30 O'CLOCK
VICTORIA, B. C, Oct. 2 A Rus
sian warship has captured and
brought to Victoria the Japanese seal
ing schooners Taifuku, Dalsan and
Talyo, at Copper Island.
PALMA HA6 LEFT HAVANA
HAVANA, Cuba, Oet 2. Presl-'
dent Palm left today for Matanns.
THE VERY LATEST IN
THIS LINE JUST
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
11 Kerchief" Cap?
We Have The
In clothes 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
clothes are sold nowadays,
there la no excuse for any
man not to be dressed In ac
cord with Fashion.
THE KASH CO., LTD.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
The easiest way to do anything is to do it right the Bulletin ad.
HONOLULU. TBRRITOttl OF HA WAIL TUESDAY. OOTOBKR 2 19CC
JUDGE DOLE OVERRULES DEMUR
RER8 OF DEFENDANTS AND
QIVE8 THEM TWENTY DAYS
WITHIN WHICH TO ANSWER
COMBINATION OF BEEF
DEALERS IS DEFEATED
rutin- battle aqainst combina
tion CONTROLLING CATTLE
MARKET BEATEN AT ALL
POINTS BY U. S. ATTORNEYS
"Reading tho stituto and tho deci
sions of cases brought under It, I can
not avoid the conclusion that tho bill
discloses a combination In violation of
the statute, under both points of tho
construction glen above, which ate,
Intent to restrain trade. In a prime ne
cessity of life with the power to do bo,
nnd a scheme whoso Inevitable aiUI
main result Is to restrain such trade."
In this sentence Is contained the gist
of the decision delivered this afternoon
by U. S. Judge Dole In tho case of the
United States of America vs. The Met
ropolitan Meat Company. Ltd , et uls.
The first fight In the so-called cake
ngnlnst tho beet trust has developed u
complete victory for the government.
The present case Is the decision gten
lu tnu demurrers urougiit by me attor
ney for the Deef Trust, which nro
overruled and the demurring defend
ants are given twenty days In which
After tho preliminary statements, the
bill stated that the defendants are en
gaged In producing and dealing In beef
eattlo In tho Territory of Hawaii and
that their business of selling Is handled
principally In Honolulu by (ho Metro
politan Meat Co.; that over seventy
Hie per cent of tho stock of tho Metro
politan Is owned by the remaining de
fendants and ninety per cent of the
beef used In tho Territory Is and will
bo produced and dealt In by the de
fendants: that tho defendants romprlso
nonrly nil tho wholesale dealers In the
Territory nnd If combined can control
tho price charged for fresh beef.
Tho charttes are made that the de
fendants are and will continue to be an
unlawful combine, trust and conspir
acy to arbitrarily raise nnd lowor
prices at which they will sell fresh
beef. Thut an agreement has been ent
ered Into between them that they shall
not engage In the retail beef business
as competitors of tho Metropolitan and
that in consideration, of this the Metto
politan has agreed to purchase Its en
tire demands for beef cattle from tho
remaining defendants. That In conse
quence of this agreement the defend
ants hnve acquired a monopoly over
Importation, production and delivery
of the fresh beef In the Territory. That
now and for some time past the prices
chnrged dealers and consumers In tho
Territory are from 25 to CO por cent
greater than they were at the time tha
defendants entered the combination,
The principal grounds of demuner
are that: -The Court Is without Juris
diction; the bill states no case for re
lief; that the bill Is uncertain: that
tho allegations of Intent to monopolize
do not set forth any cause of action,
Judo Dole says In part:
The law under which this case. Is
(Continued on Page 7)
carries with It many burdens
and responsibilities which are
apt to prove harrasslng' to the
busy man. Wo act as guard
Ian, executor or administrator
when called upon to do so.
Fort St. Honolul'.
(iMiiUri is he umiiee if service
LOSES FIRST TEST
V a I . .
USER'S VIDA LIE
BROUGHT TO BOOK
For a beginning the Aala ratification meeting looked like the
fag end of a losing politics! light. It was tho frostiest political
meeting ever Been In the park and tho town Is full of amusing stor
ies about It,
VI da, fresh from the hissing l.o got nt Walalua. didn't daro
How Vlda could be fresh from a hissing at Walalua Is one of
the mysteries the Advertiser alone can explain.
Vlda has not been at Walalua for the past six months.
Furthermore'. It appoars that V!da did speak at the Saturday
rally at Aala. He appeared before the audience as a candidate,
and was wcl receded.
Pending tho construction of the per
manent light on Makapuu Tiilnt, Cap
tain SJattery, In charge of llghthotue
construction here, hasiheen Instructed
to put up a temporary light, to burn
until the regular light la ready to warn
vessels away from the rocks of that
vicinity. Captain Slattery states that
the temporary light, which will be. of
the kind known as a Land Light, such
bh there are many on the Islands, will
be burning within tho month. While
of no great power, It can be seen tor
about eight miles.
It will probably b nearly a year he
fore tho permanent light will be com
pleted. Captain Slattery slates that 'tho sur
vey for tho llllo breakwater has been
completed and tho plans are now be
lt, g plotted In his office. It cannot bo
stated, however, when tho breakwater
will bo constructed. There Ik no motl
ey for It yet, and po telling when
there, will be. The plans will bo re
torted about tho first of November.
Tho Hoys' Clubs'tof Honolulu cor
dially Invite their friends to the dedi
cation of tho Kawalahao Hoys' club
liouso next Thursday evening, Octo
ber 1. 1U0C. nt 7:30 o'clock. In the
Kawalnhao Church yard, (lovernor
Oeorgo R. Carter will muko a brief ad-
(I I CUB. ,
Tomorrow evening tho sub-commit-tco
of tho Fourth District will have a
meeting to arrange for meetings and
speakers for tho coming campaign.
In Judgo Dole's court this morning
Anthony Rlchley, of llllo, and I.um
Knm, n Chinaman of Kaluauul, woi
S. M. Damon left In tho Klnau today
for a short trip to Olaa.
At Your Own Price
Tha old established furnltur houso of J. HOpP A CO, the
tor In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to tha Porter Furniture Co. which
la retiring from business, have placed on aala at J. HOPP
CO8 atorea tha entire stock of Porter at price whleh hava
never been 'placed en furniture her before.
J. HOPP A CO. carry on thalr own account a larg stock
of furniture and they hava no room for PorUr'a stock, ao
they will almoat give away tha latter. Bring your money
with you and tha prica will be lea than you expect to pay;
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a atock which Included soma
high grade gooda. Ws will "murder" these. W have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter1
stock out of the way.
The atock Include everything you can um In your house.
Now I th tlma to buy It. utxJl.iau,lfa.JiJuit,lx.!JDs5
Porters Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1085 YOUNG BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
Run Ashore To Prevent
Heavy Swells From
POSITION OF TIANSP0IT
NIT TMUIIT 1ANIEI0US
IS NOT LEAKING BADLY AND
WILL BE REFLOATED AND
The traunport Sheridan tamo near
turning turtlo yesterdayso near that
there was practically a panic among
ho crow on board, and It was neces
sary to head tho vesrfol for the shore
nud beach her. 'hr:t she tamo off
the reef and started fur Ilo.iol.i'ti In
low of tho tug IroquolH, It was luuud
that alio was Ical.lng but veiy little,
nut with her cargo all out of tho holds
and a lot of heavy machinery on deck,
yhu was tophiavy and In tho heavy
swell that was running sho wallowed
dangerously. Every big roller that
came along threatened to throw her
over on her side. She bad come along
to within about six miles of the city
when conditions became so despenitu
that sho wag turned and beaded for
tho shore, about three miles to tho
west of thct entrance to Pearl Harbor,
(Continued on Pag 2)
sp l T
A. Fernandez Takes
Home Rule Nomination
Ahram Fernandez consented this morning to accept the nomi
nation of the Homo Hule party for the olllco of Supenlsornt
Largo for the County of Oahu.
Mr. Fernandez was the candidate opposed tn 1M. Adams two
jeara ago for tha same office, nni! tcne Adnms n iloie run for It.
Ho was also u candidate for the nomination b the Democratic par
ly this Ji'ar, but waa beaten out bj Prank Harvey, who was elected
to tho office the year the County law failed.
Harris lit admittedly n Htronc olc getter, so with llanei',
Harris nnd Fernandez In tho field there will bo a lUely camuss
for tho pohIiIoii of Super Isor al-Largo for this County.
You see," said Fernandez, whcui
8en about tho matter, "It was orlg-
Inally nrrnnged tint I should run for1
Supervisor-nt-UirKu on tho Democratic
ticket, while Frank Haney wan to run
for district Supervisor. Then two day
before the convention Harvey rhanged
his mind and decided that he wanted
to run for Supcrv Isor-at-large, and the
icsult was that I did not get on tho
ticket at all.
"In tho meantime tho Home llulcrn.
Committee' Will Report
WORK IEPRESENIED BY
$61 ITEM WAS DONE
FORTY-NI" COUNTY EMPLOYES
AT PIlLocNT HAVE GARNISH-
MENTa ACAINST THEIR
Tho special committee appointed tn
Investigate tho l'llnnala Item which ap
peared in the police pay toll about n
month ago, will proliuble present Its
report at tho meeting of the Board of
Supervisors tonight. Supervisor
Dwlght and Andrew Cox, who nro tint
members of the committee, said thl-i
forenoon thnt they would probably re
port thU.etcning, as thoy had made us
thorough an Investigation of tho mnt-
The safety of your valua
able paper Is our salvation.
Either Is cheap at Five Dol
lara a year when It cornea in
a safe deposit box.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO
J 05 J Fort Street.
i , There was once an adage wlilch
, said: "Seldom teen, aoon forgot
ten". It was a true adage trua of
almost everything, and especially
' ' true of
as applied to
A business enterprise growa In
, , euro proportion to the regularity
...with which It la kept In the public
. cyo anu rnernure
LCT THE BULLETIN
O nn IT rnn vrill.
Fhiob f Uknth
seeing that tho Democratic party had!
thrown me down, and knowing that l
was out for the position or supcnisor-
ut-I.nrce, left that office blnnk on their
ticket. They did that with tlm expres
purpose of ottering It to me. Last night;
the Homo Itutn leaders held n meeting ..
about It.lind this morning the; ofTcrc ,
me the plate on tho ticket, and I ac- .:
ccpted. Yes, I am it Home Itulcr now,
nnd lme foresworn all allegiance, tn
the Democratic part."
ter as possible. Whilo tho committee
i.it tubers declined to glte out what the
nature of their report would lie, tboso
who ' nccjualnted with the clrcum
lUni' sty that the report will show
tii.it l'llatiaiit nctt.ally did do the wurj
which he waa represented to luve done,
for tho V'O plated to hlo credit in tho
police pay toll, and will recommend
that the Item ho pasted
of garnishments of the sulnrles of var- iJk
lotib county emploje may bo brought
up tonight. At tho Ian meeting of thn
Uoard, Unpen isor Archer brought this
(ItiuuiMancu nji, ciilllnt: attention to
the fait that thn salaries of the County
emplojes wore, Ill.c those of tho Ter
ritorial comjilojes, gnrulahocd out of
all proportion. Archer protested that
a. man who would not nav IiIh bills
should not be ghou employment; tin
mat occasion uu was riiui up uy i.uca.,
but It Is ptobablu that thn matter will
be brought nji again.
Ancxaia!mtlou nnda this mornlo&s
of Count)' Auditor liliknoUfl rcconlo
showing the wlarlcs whleh are at pics
int Hiilijict to garnishment, disclosed
that there are at present fort) -nine, ot
the employs, who bavo oiie-fouittf Cl
Ihiir salaries, which Is tho limit which
the law places on the amount whlchja
creditor can itttnch at one time, with
held fiotn them on every pay day. lit
the garnishments three nro hold by'j.
I. Loonoy. one by N. J. I'ctemou. two
by W. I I'ltcrHon, tlvo by Churles liar
tin, Kou-n by Q. II. llcney, four by
Chns Herbeit, while, tin remaining
twent) -seven art scattered among ar-'
lous tradesmen and others.
SAN FKANCIRCfV O.l n, .
eiln&n. do ...iu.t. u-t- n. .... fl
Parity, 4 cents. Previous quotation,
A young man to Itarn tho hardware
and general merchandise business Is
wanted. See Now Today.
Why Is It
you hear ao many
about buslnesa being
ao bad? There must be
a reason for IL Our business
Is good and ha been
better this year than for a long
time and there's a Reason for thl
too. We give our customer more
valuo than elsewhere, Our shoes
wear better than others. Our prices
can't be compared. We consider tho
Quality, 'Fit, Durability, Stylo and
Looks of a shoe before buying. Why
Our new line of Thompson's Shoes
certainly takes tha 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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