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From 8tn Franeltee:
o Doric Oct. 27
Ventura Oct. 31
1 1 For Sin Francisco:
, Hongkong Mnru Oct. 23
u Alameda Oct. 24
, , From Vancouvar:
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Vol. XUII No. 3518
Didn't Find Much
Cuban Affairs to
MUCH MIXED POLITICS
AT HOME AND ABROAE
INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF TRAV
ELS IN EUROPE AND STAY IN
BUSINESS CENTERS OF
C. M. Cooke, president of the llanlc
(if Hawaii, returned yesterday on thu
Alameda, from an extended ICtiropean
tinil Hastem trip mid was tit IiIh desk
In liirt private nlllcn blight iiml earlv
this morning, and kept busy Hireling
business friends who dnppei In o
wckume tim (inuuclcr homo aKalu.
"(Had Ik In home again?, Yes, In
.deed; I ut! delighted, and ho In my
lainlly. After being away I am tnuru
than ever Impiesscd with tliu flesh
ness and greenness of everything and
It seems very good to bu hack," Hald
Mr. Cooke to a Ilnlletlii icprcseutullvu
when seen IIiIh morning at IiIh olllcu.
"Whal can you nay of llnanclal con
. (UtlmiH In tlm country?" waH usked.
"I found everything extremely pros
porous," ipplled Mr. Cooke.
"There Ih u vast amount of building
going on throughout the country, par
ticularly In New York City. I wim
told ptuiiK urn out for a 42-story build
ing theie to be built shortly, mill work
on the Pennsylvania terminal there Is
progressing rapidly, too. Tliu groat
amount of building Impressed mo par
ticularly us compared with tlm very
small amount of Improvements going
on In Kuropo."
"Did ou sou any signs of stringen
cy In lliianco?" was asked,
"No; I saw mi such indications,"
said 'Mr. Cooke, "flood limes' prevail
ed everywhere. I met many people
who expressed the desire and tliu plan
to visit Hawaii homo time."
"What can you say nhout Cuban an
nexation?" was asked.
"I did nut feel alarmed at all as It
concerns Hawaii," replied Mr. Cooke,
emphatically. "I think the decision of
Hoosevelt to give Cuba another oppor
tunity to govern herself met with geu
crul approval. Should Cuba come In
It sctoii to nit she would meet with
many dlfllcultlcx In the way of the
labor problem, etc. It would tako a
number of years to recover from the
effect. Then, again, In Justice to Ha
fcA wall and the other Insular possessions
It Is haidly possible, that Cuban sugar
Interests should or would be consid
ered In the same light or treated In
the name manner as those of Hawaii,
for Instance. That would scarcely bo
"Whllo traveling did you nick up
any good Ideas In the way of civic Im
piovement which you think might be,
practicable nnd well adapted to Hono
lulu?" was asked.
"Well, In Switzerland and various
other European countries on Immense
umount of attention Is paid to the en
tertainment of tourists in the way of
picturesque drives, and fino hotels.
Wherever there Is a hill commanding
ii lino view there la very liable to bo
a hotel and great care is used In lay
ing out good roads. In this regard I
think the Hawaiian Islands might well
Imitate tho foreign countries. Of
course, In going about onu sees many
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well wearing, shape keep
ing"" garments that will
delight the most fastidi
ous man. Every popular
pattern and cut Is rep
resented In our new
stock. All coats of this
season's make from the
famout ALFRED BENJA
MIN & CO. have no ventt
In the hack.
For further Information
about wearing apparel In
TEL, MAIN 28.
conNKn ronr and hotel oto,
I 2:30 O'CLOCK
I Advertiser I.dlloilal, Aug 2T., "Oil
The rjreut question wllh the Demo -
rrnlH now they have named laukea fur
Congress s whether I hey ran keep
him Democrat le until tho end of tlm
Ilu has belonged In all three parlies
within a year and back of that had a
Report Exaggerated Is
Opinion of Sugar
DAMAGE PROBABLE RUT
NO ADVICES CONFIRMING NEW
YORK HERALD'S STORY RE
CEIVED BY THE LOCAL
San Francisco, Sept. 20,
New York Herald teports Cuban
The above cublegram created ipilte
a sensation on the si led today. It
was posted '-onsplcuously in the door
way of the Henry Wuterlitiiisn Trust
Co. offices, and was read by hundreds,
of people, who passed by that busy
Tho unsophisticated sugar stock
holders, who read the messiige, chuck
led, and tho amateur dabbler in the
sugur stock market, readily predicted
uu Immediate advance of Hawaiian
(Continued on Page 2.)
Bulletin Advertisine is a lubricant that Reduces the Frictioiyf Competition
- HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20, 19U(i
i now j on gee It-now don't record which
would have scared a chameleon.
I Queen Kmnu had the honor, such
.as It was, of bringing laukea Into pub-
l(. notice, She made much of the
' rtulwurt youth, but at tho first good
opportunity hi' deyeiled her for that
f.Uterlutrii I'rcit Sprclnl Cable)
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 20. The Coun-
teas Carlisle hao been elected Presi
dent of the World's W. C. T. U.
WALLS FELL ON THEM
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Oct. 20.
Five men were killed today by the
collapte of walls thrown down by the
force of the wind.
MAY BE THE MURDERERS
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Oct 20.
Five men have been arrested under
suspicion nf being connected with the
ronoery or me Japanese bank.
AGREE TO HEALTH RULES
WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. 20.
Ecuador and Panama have aoreed to
the program for uniform health rep-!
utationo amonn the
LIPTON TO ENTER YACHT
CHICAGO, III., Oct. 20 Sir Thom
as Llpton will enter the Columbia for
the 1907 races of the lake yacht clubs.
FOR CZAR'S NAVY
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Oct. 20.
The battleship Pervotvanni Stenttace
was launched successfully today.
GOT GOLD ORE
GOLDFIELD, Nev., Oct. 20. High
waymen robbed the Mohawk of $5000.
of gold ore.
A safe-deposit box In our vault Is
absolutely burglar proof. The time
lock, set for eight o'clock each morn
ing, prevents opening prematurely,
A eafe place for your jewels and
Wort 81, UopoIuI'.
BUllETIN JDS.: ARE THE Mill KIKD
j Tho king kept him amused with dec
nrntlve trllles and laukea was falily
i loyal to his second benefactor, but
. when Mlluokulrinl cdino ,n the throne j
'be turned against her uud became one
of the few natives who supported tlm
"I propose a dollar subscription for
the return of the band," said Judge
"And I second the motion," respond
ed James A. Wilder, who, though he
looks like the Governor, fs always and
ever will be the only James A.
The Rawlins raited the figure and
the result Is given below In the sub
scription list started for the return of
It Is the consensus of opinion that
the band boys should not be left to
freeze In an unkind and heartless
country. Whether Joe Cohen Is bank
rupt or not, It It certain that he it not
. pumng up me tunas ror me reiurn or
'"" musicians, ana n t up xo me peo-
pie of the community to look after the
, ooy wno nave aone so mucn Tor me
town ana win Keep on wun me good
You have listened to more than one
concert that was worth a dollar. One
hundred cents contributed to the fund
will neither make you nor break you.
But it will bring the boys home.
The Bulletin offers the following as
Judge Kingsbury 1.50
James A. Wilder 1.00
Wm T. Rawlins 1.50
J. R. Gait 1.00
Evening Dulletln 20.00
The (roubles which appear to be
hrowllig In the Afong family broke lu
lu open hostilities this afternoon,
when Atloiliey J, A. Mngoon, sou-la-law
of Mrs. Afong, uud Harry David
sou, a nephew of tho same lady; set
tied their disputes lit Davidson's place
of business on l-'oit street,
It uppeurs that Mugomi went to Da
vidson and asked if be had made cer
tain remarks regaidlug family alTflrs.
Davidson said he had. Mugoun bit
Davidson. Davidson hit Magoou. Tliu
battle was a gory one. Undertaker
Williams appeared tin thu bcviio and
mined u tim) business chance, by stop
ping the battle. Magoou is reported
In lime u black eye, Davidson shows
no ihiluuge. After the buttle the com
luliiiils washel ill tlie same faucet In
Davidson's b.ii'kyurd, wheieiipuu Ma
DAN HIANCI8QO, Cal Oct. ID.
6UOARI B8 analysis Bet Us, Oil.
Partly, 3 00 cents I'revloui quotation
. ) 1 ?d.
During that period he went to Wash
ington as nn attendant of President
Dole, whom he Hiibseiiucntly opposed.
Upon annexation lie became uu aril.
cut Itepiibllcuu but tailing of olllce ho
'joined the Homo Utile party and ran
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct. 20. The to
bacco crop of Cuba hat been ruined
by the recent hurricane. The steam
ers Campbell and Hara have been
wrecked. Twu liu-id Ml pe.-nrns in
this city are homeless.
35 GONE DOWN
MIAMI, 0 Oct. 20. The steamer
Peerless has been lost with 35 people
LANDON BAKERS FAIL
LONDON, England. Oct. 20. The
banking house of Macfadyn has sus
SELBY ABBEY DESTROYED
SELBY, England, Oct. 20. Fire
destroyed today the noted abbey at
A magnificent finish, for a
new grade of very durable
furniture. Chairs, Rockers,
Desks, Tables and Magazine
Tables are now on display of
J, Hopp & Co.,
1053-1059-1085 BISHOP ST.
Lututa Iki vo your itpurtt
llvurviirc toclny and It
will be Mtifo or you
w'liun you want to tiat
It li-iMttmti of hulnu molt
ed uvar liy thu follow
who tctkoM It whllo you
tiro Mlwoplnu. Thoro Im
llttlo unut whuru wo
look 'itftor It
Ti-UMt CiinipMny, lAtt,
- 12 PAGES
on Us county ticket last fall for As
sessor. Iieforo long he became a mar
plot In Homo Rule counsels and then
Wiiit over to tho Democrats.
Where he will go next even he can
not guest but those who know him
licit put least reliance In his Demo-
I trallc professions.
Three Months in Jail and
$300 Fine For Goo
NO ATTENTION PAID
10 FEDERAL LAWS
JUDGE DOLE DENOUNCE8 FLAG
RANT CHARACTER OFCRIME
GtFOR WHICH CHINAMAN
Judge Dole had llttlo mercy on (oo
Akuna, tho Chinaman from Maul who
pleaded guilty In thu Federal Court tit
thu charge of Illicit cohabitation, Ho
was sentenced to three months In Jail
and a line of J300.
In delivering the sentence Judge Dole
tilted that the offenso wus not one
which werited any mercy? on his part.
It might be that the second marriage
could have been excused by soma peo
plo on the ground that it was contract
ed before the Territorial days hut in
the matter of the third woman whom
ho took to live with lilni, there was no
The laws at that tliuo were stria In
this regard and Akuna had paid nn at
tention to them whatever. He had
disregarded them in the most tlugrunt
manner possible and' had set an ex
ample to the other Chlnesa which
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1051 Fori Street,
No woman In Hawaii, who hat the
leatt Interest In the doing of to-
clety, can afford to mlso the
written by a lady-reporter who view
thlngt with her own eyei. Saturday
Is 8oelety Day
' EVERY DAY
l0 A BULLETIN NEWS DAY!
jVnion 5 Oknth
(1 UK IH
MEMBERS OF CREW SAY SHE
WAS NEVER INTENDED TO
REACH THE SOUND WHEN
SHE SAILED FROM THIS PORT
DID NOT TAKE COAL
OR PROVISIONS ENOUtiil
3TERN OF THE STEAMER SAID TO
BE ABOUT READY TO DROP
OUT AND CONSEQUENTLY
CARLAND WILL NOT SAIL
If the steamer Morning Star again
sails fur Sea I tie. the chuni.es nut that
she may never leach there. Shu Is lia
ble to sink on the way. That Is what
some of the waterfront oracles say.
Captain (iurlaud is so llriuly con
vinced of this :hat ho will not go out
on her when she sails. Kfforts utu
being made tu secure another com
mander lo tako bis place.
When, last week the MornliiK Star
started fur Seattle, there seemed little
Intention on the n.'irt of her command
er of tuklng her then-. She hud neither
coal nor piiivIhIoiis for the voyage.
And she relumed after she hail pro
ceeded Mi) miles on the way wus not
occasioned, us stifled by Captain (lar
luud, by a trilling accident tu thu ma
chinery, but because the whole stern
is about ready to full out.
The above btatemeiitH are made
most p ! ..'ly by members of thu
The missionary steamer Morning
Star, which bud been lying here for
about 18 months, suited last week tu
Seattle, to be sold, A few days later
she steamed back Into thu harlmr,
leaking badly at the rate of eighteen
Inches an hour, ami with1 kouiethliiK
the matter with her inuchluury. What
really was thu matter ts a question of
doubt. Captain, (iurluiu! refused to
make any statement, other than to say
that It was a trilling accident that real,
ly did nut amount In anything. He
did not explain why It was that a trif
ling accident that did not amount to
anything should have caused him lu
put back after getting !oo miles un bis
way to thu Coast. Ills statements
were very uvaslvo and In severul re
spects contradictory to thoso made by
other ineiuberH of the crew of tho
lu mentioning the return of tin. .eg
ret, this paper noted the generally ills
loputablo appearand- of the vessel.
Hut it now appeals that there is more
the mailer with her than grease and
dirt. It Is BliiH-d positively that the
enlre stern of the vessel is ready to
drop out, and that If she ever at
tempts to make Seattle In tier present
condition, the chances nre that alio will
sink beforo she gels there. '
The distance to Seattle Is 2SI7
miles. At the rate the Moinlug Star
was rnlllng, it would take her about
20 days to make thu trip. Shu left
hero with ten days' provisions, accord
ing to statements made by members
of the crow, as above stated.
Tho Morning Star would iiced
Labout 20U tons of coal for thu voyage.
She sailed with 12S Ions'.
Captain Garland has stated private
ly that ho will uot take thu Morning
Star to Seattle; that ho will not be on
her when she again sails from this
port. An attempt Is being made to
get another captain for her. nnd It Is
rumored that offers have been made
to Captain I'lllz, of thu Inter-Island
Company, captain of tho steamer Iwn
laul, to take command of the vessel
and take her to the Sound.
"The whole voyagu was u lllm-llam,"
(Continued on Page 4.)
Yes" for Wear;
"No" for Tear
Gun-Metal Calf glvet more satisfac
tion when put Into shoes 'than any
other leather known. The strong re
sisting qualities makes it an Ideal
fall and winter shoe. Although soft
to the feet and shines like patent
teat! er It doetn't burn like old-fash-Ion
calf. Every business man should
wear this leather. Four new lasts
added to our stuck. The Pic, Hulbert,
Potay and Baltimore, Doth high and
$3.50; H00; $1.50 and 15,00.
Shoe Go,, Ltd,,
Phone Main 282