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13 PAGES-HONOLULU. rERBTTORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER U IWMJ-I2 PAGES
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The O. 8. 8. Ventura arrived from
San Francisco at 12:50 this ufternoon
wall 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
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN CO, have no vents
In the back.
For further Information k
vj about wearing apparel In
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CORNER TORT AND HOTEL 8TB,
Feds. As Understood
By Bulletin's Artist
THE BOYS AIND THEIR PIRATE SHIP
Willi u hi; passenger list, including an
advance party of the tourists who are
to visit Hawaii under the auspices of
the "Western Tours magazine.
The Ventura came down in G days
11 hours and 10 minutes, leaving San
Francisco at 9:44 p. m. October 27.
Ilio passenger list for Honolulu
numbers 71 first cabin, 14 second and
11 steerage, a total of 90. There are
.Off IfMkM lOr.Mtn J
U sssssBJB;s iA7
Are passengers for Hugo Pago, 30. for
nucHiuuu unu uu tor uyuuey; maxing
u unai 01 ioi.
The freight brouicht liv the Ventura
amounts to only 39 tons. Total freight
amounts to iiz tons.
Pleasant weather and an uneventful
voyage from San Francisco Is reported.
The Ventura- will sail at E o'clock to
morrow morning for the Colonies.
The father and mother .of Judge
wimney nrrlved un the Ventura from
the East, where they have been spend
ing a three months' vacation.
The steamship Aotea Is to sail about
next Thursday for New Zealund. She
is still unloading coal.
Are Greatly To Be Desired In a
Trustee, Quardlan or Executor.
The Highest Development of
These Qualities Is To Be Found
In a Trust Company. " " " " "
Port ((, UopuM'i
ftsttilin! iiii Mtliltmi tfi .
Y- ssss sV ssssssssssss. m . .
i 'Tiser s r8nilSfi
i Slander Made By
i Nailfiri MClanahan
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Herrllory of Hawaii,
C!onnlv of Onlui ' !
W. 0. Chalmers being first duly
sworn says: That ho Is tho only '
man of the naino of Chalmers
emnloVed by I he Ilnrri'll Con- '
structlon Conmauv nt 1 1,., noiv I
military post at Kaliulkl; that be t!
has read the following article nub-
llshed In the Advertiser of Satur
4 day morning, November 3rd, 19uG:
"unqwN uuvino suwoiit.
4- "At'nn early hour this morning
4- a man named Chalnlcrs, t-mployeil
by Mr. Burrell at the new military
post, stated that lie had been glv-
en u retainluc fua bv A. M. Ilrutvn
- of $50, for which lie was to deliver
4 the vote of the employees of tho 4
4- Burrell Construction Comuanv fur
4 5 apiece." 4
4 That ho never at any time stated 4
4 that ho had been given a retain- 4
4 Iiik feo by A. M. Ilrown lur isu. 4
4- for which he was to deliver tho 4
4- vote of tho employes of the llur- 4
4 rcll Construction Company for $3 4
- apiece; that he never, at,uny time. 4
4 whether as In said artlclo con- 4
4 talned, or otherwise, made any 4
4- statements of luch kind or char- 4
4 acter! that he never at any time 4
4 made any statemout or statements 4
4 which could to construed to mean 4
4 anything approximating the state- 4
4- 'menta in said article contained; 4
4 that he nevert.it any time received 4
4 from A. 11; Brjwn the sum of $50, 4
4 or any othrx'oini. for any pur- 4
4 pose whateVi.ry.'Wbether as In said .4
4 article stated or otherwise; -that 4
4- lie never received the sum of 50, 4
4 or any other sum, for tie purpose 4
4 stated in said article or' any like '4
4 purpose; and that, each and every 4
4- part of the statements contained 4
4 In said article ure false andMkn- 4
4 true, and that. said artlclo is a lie 4
4 in every particular, without the 4
4 slightest buBia of fact or truth. 4
4 (Signed) WM. O. CIIAI..MKHS. 4
4 Subscribed and sworn to before. 4
4- me this third day of November, 4
4 A. D., 1906. 4
4 I8lgned) WILLIAM SAVIDfJK, 4
4 (Seal) 4
4 Notnry Public, First Judicial Clr- 4
4 cult. Territory of Hawaii. 4
The above affidavit, which was sign
ed by Chalmers this noon, Is self-ox.
planatory. It proves beyond any
uouui tue absolute falsity of AUverlls
or a story this morning entitled "Ilrown
uuylng Support ,
Chalmers, when he saw tho article
this morning, was very Indignant and
immediately took steps to deny It. Ho
asked A. M. Uurrlll, his employer, to
telephone to the police station.- stating
tnat the story was raise, doing so with
out solicitation by the police or tha
party workers. Uurrlll did as be was
Later on, Uurrlll stated to a reporter
that while be never allowed politics
to Interfere with' his employment of
men, ho felt, from hearing their con
versations, that their sentiments were
strongly Republican. Ho estimated
that out of the 140 men employed by
him at least SO per cent, wero Repub
licans. -- .
Everything is In readiness for the
skating tonight. The rink fills tho
long-felt' want or a place to drop in at
evenings to meet one's friends and en.
Joy a little skatlug. Tho band will dls.
course Inspiring music for the enjoy.
ment of lookers-on, as well as shateis,
no uoubl a big crowd will resumo lis
Mrs. Theresa Wilcox will vivo n hmn
for tho Republicans tomorrow nt ti
p. m, at Ooo. Kauai'H nlacu at Kana-
Frank Oouveu. convicted In Judau
Whitney's court this morning, of us
suult and battery on his wife, was fined
410 and costs lor his recreation.
f -v -
Olaa, Hawaii, Nov. 1st, 190C.
ICO 1 1 or Evening llulletln, Ilono-
t lulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: If you will kindly al-
" low "lp "n300 '" "ie following In
your paper, the faor will be great-
In his tour through this, the
'na Ulsirict. Mr. u. 11. .McClan-
nl,an '""' repeatedly made the as
4 sertlon that If he is elected to the
4 iletcgateshlp ho will sec that Gov
4 crnor Carter Is ousted from office
4 and a Hawaiian appointed In his
4 This is n sample of t lie promises
4 the Democrats- are making in the
4 hopes of securing the votes of
4 Ignorant parties.
How is Mr. McClanahan going to 4
Heo l"al Carter Is "ousted." even 4
were ne elected, which we KNOW 4
1 "e wl not be? 4
I simply wrlto this to show what 4
I "'eons the Democrats are employ- 4
I lnB Iwtlier their ends. 4
4 JOHN UMIMt. 4
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8T. JOHN8, N. B- Nov. 3. Arctic
ExpUrer .Peary's steamer. Theodore
Roosevelt, waa badly damaged by Ice.
The ship waa built with the special
Idea of withstanding Ice pressure.
(Xttuoiattd f-rut fpia! CabU)
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. 3. Jos
Qans and 'Kid Herman have been
matched to fight on New Year's Day
In Tonopah, Nevada, for a purse of
MAKES PLEA OF OOlLTY
MttocfaUd Pr Bttttal CaltHI
CHICAGO, III., Nov. 3-ln tha local
courts today Cashltr Herlno olead
guilty to charge of larceny and for
gery. He was held responsible by
Sttnsland for the wreck of tho Mil
waukee National Bank of Chicago.
BATTLESHIP IS DAMAOED
UMdattd rnu Butial CaiUI
NORFOLK, Va., Nov. 3. A collision
occurred here this morning bstween
the battleship Virginia and the steam
er Monroe, In which the warship's aft.
er-gune on th port side were damaged
and the prow of the Monroe was bsdly
' No evidence has been presented to
me which I consider sufficient proof of
his" Brown "being personally cor.
rupt." Lorrln A. Thurston' confes
slon over his own signature,
WEDDINQ SILVER AND BIRTH
have a value aside from the Intrinsic.
You want them for their associations.
The burglar burgles for their value In
coin. Put them In our car and fool
Trust Company ltd.
J, Hopp & Co,
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Chiusa Mary Ashore
On the Reef
At Harbor Entranc e
IS PULLED OFF AT HIGH TIDE
The Japanese steamer Chiusa Marti,
which went aground ut the entrance
to the channel nt 0u'clock this morn
ing, was Honied al 1:20 this nfternonn.
The Japanese tramp steamship Chiu
sa Maru, bound In from Kobu with
freight and Immigrants, went aslioru al
the entrance to the harbor at G o'clorl:
this morning, in broad daylight.
The vessel is fast on the reef on tli"
Wnlklkl side, about 200 yards In from
the bell buoy and only a short dlstuuce
out from Huoy No. 2. Sbo lies In sbat
low water on a coral bottom, with a
slight list to Btarboard. At 9 o'clock
nils' morning her bow was raised about
four feet. She went on with consider
n"ble force, but no serious damage ap
pears to have been done, and hopes ale
tmtertalncd that by sending the S3?
ra8Sengers ashore and lightering the
-cargo, she can be floated ut high tide
this afternoon. High tide Is nt 4:3.ri
There was no pilot aboard when the
Chiusa Maru grounded, although she
was much farther In than any vessel
should bo without n pilot.
Captain llunzl Mlyomo says that
when he ran the steamer ashoie lie was
looking for the spar buoy. Tho spar
buoy lias been removed for soverul
ears, but Captain Mlxumo, who wan
here four or live years ugo with the
Shinsu Maru, states that he had no
knowledge of that lac;. With all the
other buoys around him, and with the
coral bottom plainly in sight, it ap
pears Incredible that any ship's mnster
could, make such a rail take The waleil
klllkAH AtftK nlllllMH lljfc. Ma aAM nlnlljlUf
where the Chluso lies 1 very shallow
and the bottom Is plainly In sight.
Vessels usually do uot upproach
within- leu than throe-quarters Of a
mile of tho placo where the Japancsa
.iHiutui ii, niuiuu. u iiwfc ..,
even thoso wmen run in nere reguiany
and whose captains are well acquaint
ed with tho channel. The Chiusa Mnru
was evidently moving at n fairly rapid
speed, as her momentum was sufficient
to raise her bow four feet.
For tho last I ;o days there has been
n heavy swell running, and this ap
pears to be I.. . ..sing today. The ship
lies brondslilu on to the seas, uud oc
casionally a.i unusually heavy ono
raises her up and drops her with u de
cided par on the coral. However, uu
immediate apprehensions are enter
tained that sho will be greatly Injured
from the pounding unless conditions
should grow worse.
The Inter Island steamer Ke An Hon
had u Una aboard the Chiusa within
about' one hour after she btruck. The
Klnau, with some of tho people from
T. A. Davles & Co.'s. went out to the
assistance of the steamer us booh as
possible after coming In from her teg
ular trip. At 9:30 the revenuo cutter
Manniug had uot gone out, but Captain
Joynes had been uboard the Chiusa,
and it was stated that the Manning
was ready to render any assistance that
might be needed.
Tho passengers of the Chiusa Maru
were taken off by tho Pioneer, and part
of the cargo Is being removed by the
same steamer to lighten the ship and
facilitate the attempt to pull the vessel
Captain Mtzumo Is evidently of an'phonse and his bride have arrived and
economical turn of mind. The tug vigorous measures are being taken
1-earless was the first vessel to get out
to the steamer after sho struck. Cap'
tain Olsson ran the tug up to the Chi
usa and called out to Captain Mlzumo
to know If he should put a line aboard
'How much do you want?" asked the
A New Year
The old business year Just ended and stock-taking over. We
found our last year's trade far greater than we expected. Every
man's heart In the store Is filled with pride and alt will strive to
put 1907 away ahead of the old year Juit ended. We need every,
OUR 8HOE VALUES ARE BETTER;
OUR STYLES ARE THE
OUR PRICES CAN'T BE
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"Twenty thousand dollars," replied
"Ton much," was the reply of Cati
tnlu Mlziimo, and he refused to engage
the Fearless to nsstst him.
hnortly afterward the Inter-Ulaud
steamer Ku An Hon came up, and Cap
tain Tullett lepeated Hut Inquiry of
"How much do you want?" Inquired
Captain Mlzumo again,
"We'll settle Hint nflerwurd when we
get aslioru," replied Captain Tullett.
The Japanese commander agreed to
this, and the Ke Au Hon nt once put a
line aboard the Chiusa.
Later the Fejrlcss again approached
nud Captain pisson offered the services
of the tug on the name terms us those
mndu by Captain Toilet, namely, that
the mutter of salvage should be set
tled ashore. Hut Captain Mlzrnuu
would hue none of him nor his tug.
The Fearless, nt the time this is liciiib'
written, Is lying out n short dlslaucg
Irum the Chlusu Maru, wnltlui; for
Mjmethlng to happen.
The steamer Klu.ni came In about
3:30. T. II. Dales & Co. made n ver
bal agreement with tho luter-Istauit
Co. .for tut Klnau to assist In getting
the stranded steamer off, and within
alf nni hour from tho time tho Klnau
e was Out alongside (thel Qhf. i
Kacna'atso went out. tit I
lie cm. t !i
usn. ,incKacnaulsd went out. 1 if, I i if
i ln Pioneer began taking off (h
nnese immigrants at about 9
o'clock. (M '
As there are (37 uf them, three trips
were necessary to get them all, off. Tbo ,,f
Chlutsi Marutalio brlna 1000 Mm. OL..I
Chlum Maru;alio lrng 1000 Kui. 4)Li
freight, and Uie.l'loner is removing H?hj
V n taS ..i I. t lll.lah t.w -A ...a! ' i -.Jl
, tnri of )t to lighten the ve.isf 1.
The steamer has only one kedgo
unsltor, which Is not a lnrge one. This
'was .taken out. in Young Uruw. launch
mid placed IsTpPsltlon to be used In the
uiiviii iu yun iuc oicumvr uu.
The Japanese' steumer struek nt at.
must Ib&'uxqct spot where the Urltlrlt
tramp steamer Ciaveriug went ashore
rome )eurs ugo. The China, wasalsu
aground at about tha sutne placed and
there thave been several other vessels
on the torful In the vicinity of where
tho Chiusa lies, The channel Is now,
however, to well buojed that It would
teem Impossible) that n steamer should
ground there in broad daylight. Had
Captain Mlzumo waited for a pilot, the
(Continued on Page 2)
. WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 3. A
shortage of $ 1,500. has been discov
ered In tho United States Subtreasury
at St. Louis,- Mo.
FEAR OK ANARCHIST8
MALAGA, Spain, Nov. 3. Klna Al.
.for their protection from anarchists.
COMING ON ALAMEDA
8AN FRANCI8CO, C.I., Nov. 3.
Mrs. Admiral Whltlno sailed from San
Francisco for Honolulu todav on the
man, woman and child,
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