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Vol. XV HI No 3537
CABLES TO FIND THE
Phelan Asked If More
Outside Help Is
November 10, 190G.
.lames I). Chelan, Han Francisco.
Does commlttco require fiirtlior out
side assistance In relieving distress
, James F. Morgan, San Francisco.
AHcertnln hand situation, Do com
mlllees favor our using relief money
to leliirn bnnd'
U T. PECK.
Tho two abnvo cablegrams were. In
accordance wllli thu decision reached
by the Ilouid of Directors of tint Cham
ber of Commerce last Saturday, Kent
on to San Fr:mcleo to iisrerUilu before
any further steps were taken, wbetliei
the balance of thn relief fund wmt ac
tually needed for the purpose fur
which It wuh subscribed. Mayor l'lio
lau was uddressed, us he Is In charge
of tho tellef fund In Hun Francisco
while Jus. F. Morgan handled tho sit
uation ns Hawaii's speclul ugent Im
mediately ufter the disaster. Morgan
Is now In Han Francisco, having gone
there a Bhort tjmo since In the Kotea
Answers to bath cablegrams lira ex
Iiectcd nt any moment.
PROBABLY TO BE
. FILED THIS WEEK
"I don't think that there ran bo any
don ht hut that u recount will be peti
tioned for," vuld County Bherllf Drown
this noon. "Tho papers will probably
be Died some day this week.
"Judge Oear, who Is my counsel In
tho matter, returned from Kauai yes
t'erday, and I had a consultation wltb
him about It this forenoon. We have
not yet decided on what grounds we
will ninko the petition."
Judge Gear was also seen, but hu hail
nothing to say In the matter.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Nov. 10.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 8s. 9d.
Parity, 3.82 cents. Previous quota
tion, Us. 8 1-4d,
agar- BULLETIN ADS. PAY qajaj
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
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN t CO, have no vents
In the back,
, For further Information
about wearing apparel ln
TEL. MAIN .
COIlrMI roilT ANJ MOTBU 8T.
IN 61 MATTER
Sends Cable of Inquiry
To Manager Cohen
Governor Carter has taken up the
matter of bringing thu band back
from thu mainland In earnest and Is
out for prompt' results. This morn
ing ho sent the following message to
Joe Cohen, the manager of thu band.
"Cohen, Hawaiian Hand, Salt Lako
City: How much assistance do you
need to rush band homo by Sierra,
Thursday, 15th? Answer paid,
l'leano forward. Carter."
This message Is srnt to Salt Lake
ug the lust placu ut which tho baud
han been reported and will be sent
forward from there to wherever the
bund may be. An answer should bu
received from Cohen cither tonight or
Governor Carter In speaking of the
mesuagu which hu had sent tills morn
"Thu object heh 1 had In view tin
sending the cablu messagu to Joo
Cohen was to ascertain in Just what
condition tho baud hi. Tho people In
town hero nro willing to assist tho,
boys In coming homo,, but we ,do, not
know how"' much Is needed.. -Cohen
may havo been saving up money with,
which to bring the band back and
may need only 1200 'In which case
it would take only a few minutes to
raise all that was needed. It may bo
that ho has no money. Then It will
bo another question and steps In ttils.
regard must ho taken.
"Wo want to know Just what Is
needed first and then wo want to do
what Is necessary and do It at once.
I am taking this step for that reason
and will try to sou what can be done
after we know Just what Is needed."
In speaking of the hand and Its sit
uation today. Colonel Jones of tho
National Guard said:
"I should Imagine that somo of
those who guaranteed tho bond lor
the icturn of the Instruments which
went with tho hand would take moro
Interest In the matter than they have.
Thu bond was taken out In a surely
company represented by the Hciry
Waterhoune Trust Company and was
hacked by a number of prominent
men who were Interested In sending
the hand to tho mainland. They should
bo glad to seu tho band come back,
as If thu members do not come hack
they are hardly likely to bring any
William J. Sheldon of Kauai report
ed to Chief Clerk Iluckland today
that he has had no election expenses
during the present campaign.
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HONOLULU. TKltRITORY OH HA WAIL MONDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 19W
Plans Concert and Sends
Should thu attempt to deduct from
tho balance of ho San Kranctsco Te
ller fund sufficient means to bring
Lack llerger and his hand fall, Krncst
Kadi and his merry minstrels stand
ready to glvu n helping hand to their
brethren In distress In tho cold win
ter on the mainland.
Arrangements are being mado to
Rlvo a grand concert, which will pro
bably bo held In tho Opera House.
Krncst Kaal Is tho moving spirit In
tho scheme, hut he had been success
ful In securing promises of assistance
fiom several of 'the foremost amatcui
musicians In thu rlty, as well as from
somo professionals. Should tho con
cert thus come off tho program will' hi,
most excellent. There will he vocal
solos by Mrs. Crook, Mrs. Alapal, liar
ry Davison and Krncst Kaal, and In
strumental music by tho Kawalhatl
Glco Chili and tho Kaal Olcu Club,
Thu ovenl will tnke place cither next
Saturduy night or Tuesday week.
Uesldes arranging for tho concert
tho Kaal Gleo CliU Is circulating
subscription Hut, with the following
"The Kaal Glee Club Is preparing
to gtvo a concert for the benefit of a
funtf for 'the return of the Hawaiian
band. In addition to the amount they
cxpoct tu realize In this way, they
ask for cash subscriptions from ell
friends of tho band, who wish to aid
the hoys In returning to their homes
and escaping tho discomforts of a
mainland winter for which they aro
not prepared. All sums raised by the
Kaal Club will bo deposited with Mr.
lllchard H. Trent, County Treasurer,
who will handle same ns trustee fm
. BY DEMOCRATS
TO THANK VOTERS
The Dcmocruts aro going to havo a
big rally tonight at 'Adla park to thnuk
tho voters for their support, by which
the successful candidates on the Dem.
ociatic ticket were, elected. There will
be music by the Kaal Olee Club, Mrs.
Alapal and Miss Kaal, Among the
speakers will be Curtis laukea, Win.
Jarrett. Klclmrd Trent, Krank Harvey,
Joseph Kern and Chas. McCarthy, who
were victorious. The also-rans will La
represented by E. II. McClanahan, Ed,
Inghum ami Dan Wnmaliu, l'almer 1'
Woods, who was elected a Senator on
Hilwall; Chas. Williams, the lUwall
County uttorney, and W. A. Kl'iney
wilt also speak. Herbert Mossman,
whp conducted the Democratic cam
palgn In Oahu, will preside.
In tho replevin suit of U. I). Kerr vs.
Frederick Kueck this morning In tho
matter of a sewing machine, Judgu Do
Bolt gae Judgment for the plaintiff.
Indlvjduals who believe
In Life Insurance and
practice It. You should
Join the ranks.
Vvri Rl, Uvpolul'.
meha Societies taking
Tho Hawaiian societies luix). taken
the matter of raising a fund to ut tin
band back actively In hand. TImj") ex
pect, ir necessary, to im uiiie to'iaiic
tbe entire 'amount needed by thelru-Mi
The Kaahumanu Society, an organi
sation of Hawaiian ladles, met nt tin
Kawalalmo Church this for croon In
answer to a call Issued by Its president,
Miss Lucy I'eabody, at tho roiuest ot
Delegate KaUnlanuole. Tho Order ot
Knmehameha, an organization answer
ing to the Kaahumanu Ho;ety, and ot
which tho Delegato Is the president,
also met today.
In accordance with a prearrange!!
program It was decided to place the
mutter in fhu hands of a (-ommlttee
from each organization. The tno com
mittees will meet ut the Kiiploluni re
late olflce tumoriow at 10 a. m. to
make deflultn arrangements as to vhat
steps shall bo taken. Thu Kaahumanu
Society's committee cuuslsts ot Miss
I'eabody, Mrs. Nuwahl and Mrs. Ceo
Uecklcy. That of the Order of Kn
mehameha Is composed ot Delegate Kc
Innlanaolc, Geo. Smithies und John C
Uoth organlzutlonivaro very enthus
iastic about thu matter, and nlthough
they havo not yet opened subscriptions,
several members hnvo already coniiih
ii ted money. It has been proposed to
ralso money by giving a luau, by sub
scription or by Iwth these methodn
but nothing de Unite will be decided be
It Is understood that tho Sisters of
Hawaii I'onol, tho recently organized
Hawaiian dramatic society, is contem
plating giving a performance, the pro
ceeds from which will he lidded to the
band return fund.
ti OF BISHOP
-4- Now that the campaign Is tin-
4- Ishcd and people ure ablo to tako
4- a long breath, more or less talk
4- IS started regnrdlng tho prob- -4
4- able officers of tho legislature
-4- . Tho Speakership of tho House
4- Is a position that usually gives 4
-4 rise to considerable pulling und
4- hauling, but It Is barely possible
-4- (hut Kohala's lone Ilnpuhllcau -4
Representative HolMclu, will -4
4- make u good hid fur tho position -4
-4- ns he has had lots of experience us 4
4 a piesldlng ofllccr. 4
4 Iu tho Senate thu talk Is center- 4
4 Ing very much on Faxon Uishup 4
4 for the I'lesldency, Illshop Is a 4
4 snappy worker himself and there 4
Is no present opposition to him 4
4 bo far as known. It Is generally 4
4 conceded that ho will gel quick 4
4 work out of tho Senate If anyono 4
can. The only opposition iikly 4
4 to be mado might como from thu 4
4 Hawaiian members, who didn't 4
4 approve his position on tho Coun- 4
4 ty law during his first session. 4
4 If thu Democrats hud enough 4
4 otcs rainier Woods would land 4
4 tho prize 4
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1'ranklln "Do joii really think that
n woman speaks with her eyes?" l'cni)
"No; If slni did sho would go totally
blind at the tewing clrclo."
CTU- BULLETIN AD8. PAY
BY FERTILIZER CO.,
IN RE-ISSUE MATTER
Thu Hawaiian Fertiliser Co. held a
meeting this morning at which action
was taken In tho form of a change in
tho by-laws on the matter ot tbo re-Issuance
of lost or destroyed stock cer
tificates. This question has become
ono of especial importance here, since
many llnwallan cqfttneates wero lost
In tho San Francfsco fire, and tho
question as to wont stops should bo
taken has been extensively discussed
by tho Stock Exchange and sugar
Tho action taken by tho Fertilizer
Company Is Interesting In that It was
decided that retjssuod stock would
not hear the reissue stamp, upon
which tho Stock. Kxchango placed Its
ban. The new by-law provides thut
In caso of tho loss or destruction of
a certificate tho ownor shall mako a
s-Aorn statement as to how It was
Inst, advertise the loss for three or
more weeks and finally file a bond
to tho amount of the market value
of tho shares which aro re-Issued,
l.lltlo Kllzabcth KIchards, tho five-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Lizzie Rich
ards, living on Punchbowl street, was
shot last Saturday afternoon by her
brother, a little boy ot about four jctri
pf age. The bullet, which was froui a
22-callber' rifle, struck her In the slda
ot tho abdomen. She Is now ot- tho
Queen's hospital, and the attendtiig
physicians state that she Is doing woll
and will probably recover, ,
Tbe shooting was entirely accidental.
The children, both too young to know
any better, were playing wltb th") illlc
when It was accidentally dlschsrccd.
Kdzel Mirkle. a mrtormin for the
Kupld Transit company nljj ft re'i'lou
In bankruptcy In the Federal Coun tnl 4
morning. His debts are claimed tu
amount up to tho sum of $737.15 whl'3
to counterbalance these he has only
$29.90, which Is due him aa salary. An
Interesting little feature Is ono which
shows that Markle bought a cow from
tho stable, In this city some time ago
and that he still owes $32, the purchuso
price for It. In the same year his bill
for milk amounted to over $100.
Chief Clerk Dockland of thu Gov
ernor's office Is becoming used to ti
tles of late. A few days slnco ho was
addressed on the "Mo-und-Gott" plan
by an election Inspector whom ho had
found It necessary to reprovo by let
ter, but his crowning glory came to
day when ho received a letter In
which he Is Addressed as "Lord of
Lords" Uuckland la still Just tho
bame In his manner In addressing or
dinary mortals for all that.
The rose lasts only a few days, but
you cnu keep an onion all winter.
Evening Bulletin 75 V month.
Th Bllcforda art
coming and thlr put
(ormancea masy takw
you out o' nit; htat.
Wouldn't 'you mm
mora comfortnblv In
th thatre If your vail-
ucblaa ware In th
yuulta at tha
Truat Company Ltd.
Holiday Time Now
and nothing would please your friends
on the mainland more than a box of
plnaapplea or a bunch of bananas.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
THE WELLS-FARQO OFFICE,
J. Hopp & Co,,
iom-i06.ois Diatiop bt,
(AtiotlalU frm BetcM CnlUI
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 12.
Estimates of the departments pre
pared for Congressional appropria
tions show that $16,052,431. la requir
ed for the projected fortifications and
batteries abou Honolulu; $344,000,
for Pearl Harbor; $276,100. for fortl.
flcatlon sites on Hawaii and $400,000.
for Honolulu harbor Improvements.
BAKERSFIELD, Cal., Nov. 12.
General W. R. Shatter la dead.
Major General William ltufus Shut
ter, U. 8. A. (retlti-d), nchlovcd tamo
Id the Spanish .War .as commander
of the American forces (a Cuba In
1808, when ho conducted thu military
operations ending. In the capitulation
of 'the Spanish forcea under General
l.lnarcs and tho surrender ot, Santi
ago. He afterwards commanded tho
military departments of California and
Columbia from 1899 to 1901, and was
retired from active scrvlco In, 1901
as Major Qcnernl,
He was born In Galeshurg. Mich.,
October 1C, I83S. He entered thn
Union army rs First Lieutenant of
the Seventh Michigan Infantry, Au
gust 22, ism
KILLED l.i WRECK AND CRE-
WOODEVILLE, Ind., Nov. 12. A
terrible wreck on the Baltimore and
Ohio railway took place here today.
Forty-seven passengers were killed,
many being cremated in the fire that
dettroyed the wreck. Thirty-five were
8ARQENT'8 STATION, Cal., Nov.
12. An engine attached to the Bun-
set Limited exploded today. Three
men were killed.
A petition tins been filed In Judge D-J
Dolt's court by Tul Long asking thut
will of Chlug Jam Yen he admitted to
probate. The petition states that iho
personal property of tbo deceased is
worth $575, consisting mainly of obi
hacks and old hack horses.
The case of the Seattle Druwlng mid
Malting Company is. A. J. Caniplu-ll
was argued and submitted In tho Su
preme Court this morning.
W. W. Hall was appointed admlnlj
trator ot tho estate of Illppolyto Jaoaen
by Judge Do Holt this morning.
Every woman wanta this
of shoes for either dress or tvrry-day wear.
This E. P. Reed A Co.'i No. 331 patent colt Blucher with rib
bon ties, welt sole, large eyelets, medium extension sole, and new
style military heat, gives your test that charming Individuality
that all women want, Price $4.00.
Note; Eclipse Pat, Colt doesn't burn the feet,
05 Tori Street
B10B 6 OKNTH
Georgu I'. Thleleli, the well known
young stockbroker, lias sold out hln
Interests In tho firm of Thleleu &
Williamson to his partner, William
Williamson. He will depart .In tho
hear futuri for San Francisco, whero
he will engagu In business. Thlclen
lias been In thu Islands for a number
of ears. Ho has been a member ot"
thu Stock Kxchango for about two
years, during which tlmn ho has
shown himself to bo an exceedingly
nctlvu and enterprising young luisl
lieth man. Williamson, who was first
rouiiected with thu Oiihll College und
lalei on with tho von Ilnnim-Youns1
Co., entered Into partnership Willi
Tiilelen not many months ago.
..I 1. ...... '-..t.l ..... ..II ..... In.... ... I1
uitttr ituiu iiiil hu ill uiii'ii-nii ill.
thi Islands," said Thleleu today, "with;
thu exception of my Interest In tho
(llnura en no harvester, which I lu-
icr.d to .develop. My Interest In tho
fit ill or Tblelen & Williamson I hnvo
.l-'il lu Mr. Williamson, who will car
ry en tho business after I leave. It
U my Intention to go to San Franclu
ro. where. I shall probably go Into bus
iness permanently. I nm going over
hew to Invcstigato tho conditions
"I Uavc bought out Mr. Thlolcn'ir
Iniorcst In thu firm," said Williamson,
"and I Intend to-carry' If on on tho
sanio lines as before."
Williamson will presumably tako
over tho scat mi thu Stock Kxchunge
which tho departure und resignation
of Thlelen will louvo vacant.
(Aitootatrd Frtti Eftrial CnUt)
MOSCOW, Kuasla, Nov. 12. A
bomb was thrown at Major.. Relnbat
today. He waa not hit butjhe ahot
and killed the bomb-thrower.
LONDON, Eng., Nov. 12. King
Haakon and Queen Maude of Norway
were welcomed today at Windsor Cav
lie ey Kind Edward and Queen Alexandra.
characteristic when purchasing a pair
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