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From Sin Francisco!
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3ierr Nov. 21
For San Franeltco:
Alatntaa Not. 14
Siberia Nor. 20
Moana Nor. 17
Mlowera Nor. 14
Vol XVIII No 3538
In New York Fop
(Uulktln Wireless Special)
Illlo, Nor, 13. Tho llllo Fruit Company tins bought the maihln
cry for a pineapple) cannery with n capacity of 10,000 cans annually.
This machinery will he shipped from New York by tlia TV'Xnii,
lealng December 10, and tho building will be erected here early In
Tlio purchnso of this cannery goes far to complete a plueapplo
project which has been Interesting Influential people of llllo for some
months past. The promoters Old not have nn easy time of It nt tlia
outset, but they finally got things coming their way and a first class
Industry, well backed, Is assured for the small planters of the llllo dis
trict for whom bananas did not ptovo the success hoped for.
'A new liiri-hi-beefl.j;lven-tothe-irt'
tempt to bring back tlio llawuilan band
b'jv. an' action .which was taken last
night by Attorney Otnersl Peters act
ing under the Instructions of Governor
Carter and Col. Jones of the National
Guard. When the band left Col, Jones
required a bond for Ilia return of the,
Instruments, which aro the property of
the United States, by October l
bond which was In the ram ' pl'''
wuh furn ahail tiv the Hulled Rlnles
....... . ....
Fidelity and Surety company, und. It is
understood wus secured to them by
.Mris. oiiiugic. t, i, ,UHIJIMVII, Kit J
Iltitchlns, J. F. Morgan and J. C.
Cohen, is now, according to its terms,
forfeited to the Territory nnd Attorney
General Peters has given out the Infor
t.... avi.. . A vf r.Ml...ll r II
mation that tha matter will be pressed
to its ful extent.
The demand made last night was this morning 70 years of age, at tho
worded as follows: tcsldenco of Mrs. Sam Nalnoa, her
Joel'C. Cohen and Tho United States granddaughter, at Pauoa. Her son,
Fidelity and Guaranty Co., Ilouo- nr. Makalua. Is at present In Lon-
lulu, T, II. joon, Tho deceased wag a very well-
Peniond Is hereby made of you ns' known Hawaiian lady, who had many
principal and surety respectively under
filiil Its tflfliiii it flint .artnln liiiiul nv '
and by virtue of that certain bond ex
ectited to tho undersigned as obligee, of
date the 22nd day of May, A. D. 1906,
und in the penal sum of Three Thou
sand Dollars (13,000) for the return of
those certain Instruments delivered by
said obligee to the said J, C. Cohen oil
heretofore, lo-wlth, tho said
well wearing, snaps keep
ing garments that will
delight1 tha most fastidi
ous man, Kvary popular
pattern and eut it rep.
resented In our new
atoak. Al coata of thla
Mason's "imake from the
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN CO. have no vanta
In tha back.
For further information
about wearing apparel In
TEL. M.IN 25.
CORNER FORT AND MOTEL 8T8,
The dignity and prosperity of a real business is achieved by Bulletin advertising
3:30 ' O'CLOCK ' NIDI
f t f ttt
J. W. JONES,
Col. 1st llegl., N. a. II.
Nov. 12. 1U00.
Another matter which is Interesting
In regard to tlio band Instruments Is
what might be done should the author
ities see fit. The Instruments are the
property of the United States and
under the Federal law when a demand
Is made for property of this kind and
the person to wlioio caro It has been
Intrusted Is unable to'prbduco It upon
such demand. It lit prima facie evldcnco
of embezzlement. Of course It Is doubt
ful It any action of this kind would be
! taken but It could be easily done If (he
A military hop will be given at the
Seaside Hotel Ionian! In lionnr nf
CJuartcrmaster Cupti.ln Jewel and brl.le
ana uioumcers ami lames or mo irntu-
t , A jnogt cmAM ,nvatIol,
, lh ,,,, ,, .,,.,,
" "- " ----"
IS. iklM DEAD
Mrs. Makalua, the widow of tho
Mate Judge Makalua of Lahalna, died
.dailies of prominence. The funeral
will probably taku placu tomorrow.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 12.
8UQAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 8s 10 1-2d.
Parity, 3.85 cents. Previous quota-
tlon, 8s Sd.
iWmUMlif IbrMtm 4
mwi' llli 111 I
HONOLULU. TERRITORY 01 HAWAII. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 13 1906
Hughes Laying Wires,But
Will Meet Strong '
DOWSETT CHOICE FOK
PRESIDENT OF SENATE
BI8HOP, kNUDSEN AND SMITH
ARE ALSO MENTIONED TO
FILL THIS IMPORTANT '
Considerable speculation Is at pres
ent being Indulged In by those Inter
ested In the working of the legislature,
as to who will preside over the two
houses when they go Into session In
Holsteln of Kohala g generally ac
cepted an being the probable Speaker of
the House. John Hughes Is known to
have already begun to lay his wires for
this exalted position, but he will prob
(Contlnued on Page 2)
t Tbt following additional expense nc
counts of County candidates havo been
nTert-nrtrtrthe County Clerk:
John Fernandez, who ran for Deputy
Sheriff of Kwa Is as follows:
"Personal expenses as a candidate
This Is the smallest account on rec
ord. Jack's only expeuse having beer
his nomination fee.
D. Kalauokalanl, candidate for Couu.
ty Clerk, did not spend much. His ex
Personal expenses as a candi
date 25 0'j
Expenses of printing und adver
tising 39 CO
Andrew Cox, Supervisor for Valu
lua, also ran out a modest bill:
Personal expenses as a candi
date $25 00
Printing and advertising 15 00
Stationery and postage 35
Public meetings 5 00
Total $43 35
Ills brother, Oscar Cox, who ran for
Deputy Sheriff of Wulalua, got off still
Personal expenses $25 0l
Printing und advertising 5 00
Postage and stationery 50
Public meetings 2 00
Total $32 CO
David Watson, one of the unsuccess
ful candidates for Supervisor for Koo-
lau, spent $3C for his fun:
Nomination fee $25 00
Hire of buggy 11 00
Postage and stationery 25
Total $31 25
John W. Cathcart paid $120 for bis
campaign for the County Attorneyship:
Dtposlt your surplus Jew; j-j.
elry, table silver and do'cu
ments In our safe dtposlt,
They will bs safe from fire
You can have access to
thsm when you want thtm,
A box costs only 50c a
MUISB5 M THE IIWJIDffi FOR INK
INDUSTRY GOES AHEAD
Tho Ilulletln has tho following
4- available for a fund to provide for
tha return of the band-boys:
Cash order S250.00
I-. I.. McCamllcss ... 50.00 '
Oeorgo Illgclow 5.00
Charles Hustac Jr.. 5.00
A. D. Castro
L. D. Woodd
Judge Kingsbury ...
V. T. Rawlins ....
J. It. Gait
A. N. Slnford
Tho Bulletin's band fund was In
creased by $5. yesterday afternoon
when Charles Hustace Jr. put his gold
pleco down on the counter and asked
to havo It added to tho coin that In
This makes something over $340.
that has been paid In In cash or pledg
ed by thoso contributing through the
Ilulletln fund. In addition to -this.
Governor Carter has said that he
would give. $50. If It Is needed,
which puts the amount In the vicinity
of 9400. and tha contributions al
ready in sight from tho Hawaiian so
clotlos promise from 3600. '
8800. Then there Is tho fund col
lected by tho Bhrlners through Poten
tate C. II. Cooper and Noble R. W.
Brcckons, which adds another 3100.
So from present Indications there
ought to be 31000. which might bo
termed almost Immediately available
lor tho relief of tho wandering bands
men and Captain Merger,
There will be more needed and ev
ery little helps, even the dollar sub
scriptions. There are mighty few
people In town who have not had a
dollar's worth of pleasure from tho
Tuesday, November 13.
A. II. S. S. Neiadau, Greene, from
San Francisco, 7 a. m.
Ilr. bk. Fiery Cross, Clnuson, from
Newcastle, 1 p. m.
Nomination fee $25 00
Personal expenses 25 00
Printing and advertising 25 ou
Stationery and postage 5 0(i
Public meetings 10 00
Salaries clerk and messengers .. 10 00
Salaries of watcher 20 00
Total $120 00
Frank Archer uncut IT& a follows:
Nomination fee $25 00
Personal expeuscs 25 0
Printing und advertising .... 3 00
Salaries clerk and messengers .. 10 CO
Salaries of watcher 10 00
Total $73 OC
Joe Fern spent $57 ns follows.
Nomination fee ..$25 00
Personal expenses 15 00
Printing and advertising 17 00
.. $57 00
INffi M (All
With Hawaii Mission For
HONOIED PRIEST A MEAT
WORKER IN Y0UNIER BAYS
FAILING IN HEALTH OF LATE
YEARS DIED AT WAILUKU
WHERE HE HAD BEEN
UNDER SISTERS' CARE
Karly this morning life Catholic
Mission was Informed by wireless of
the death of Kcvercnd Father Silvest
er at Walluku, where ho had sojourned
for a few years on account of his poor
health. Ills many friends will bo
grieved oer the death, although It
was feared for weeks that he would
nut survive his Illness.
Keverend Father Sylvoster was born
at Turnhoul In Ilelglum and entered
(Continued on Pag 2)
EVERETT 0. QRIQOS
MADE SLOW PASSAGE
With more mast than any other-ves
sel carries that ever -"nJii-JBtfi 'thirl
naruor or Honolulu, tna Bverett a.
Griggs arrived In this morning, C5 dajs
out from Newcastle. Tha Qrlffa Is a
slx-mastod barkentlne, the only one
afloat, and the only vessel tut carrier
morn than five 'masts with, the excep
tion of ono seven-master on the east
ern coast ,
Tho barkentlno brings a short cargo
of 35t0 tons of coal from Newcastlo
consigned to Irwin tt Co. Captain De
lano reports thai tnu cyj;;s was a
very slow and tedious one. The tiring
ought to have been In three 'weeks ago.
but constant strong head winds and
bead seas delayed her. Truro were no
Btorms encountered, but only general
ly unfavorable weather.
The Everett 0. Griggs Is a essef
with a history. At one time sho was
a four-masted barkentlne, and as such
nan shipwrecked. Later she was
changed to a four-masted ship. Last
year her rig was again changed, and
alio comes here as an experiment u
slx-tuasted barkeutlne. Captain Delano
states that the experiment lias prove I
a very successful one aiul that the vck
scl has demonstrated that ber new nr;
Is one that Is very efficient
The ariggs Is a vessel of 2351 tons
net register, and 3577 tons gross,
MAKALUA At Pauoa. Nov.k'l3, 1800,
Mrs. Makalua; aged 70 years.
You cannot watch the busy bee very
long without wanting some of tho
i n diiora r
coming and thatlr par-
(ormancM may tak
you out o night.
Wouldn't you fatal
mora comfortablw In
tha thaatra if your val-
ueblaa wara In tha
vaulta.ut tha '
Truat Company l-td.
Holiday Time Now
and nothing would pitas your frlinds
on the mainland mora than box of
plncapplea or a bunch of bananas,
LEAVE ORDERS AT
THE WELL8-FAROO OFFICE.
J. Hopp & Cfl .
1C51.05.10 BISHOP 8T,
(At$oelaltd Nil Bptclal Call)
MITAU, Nov. 13. A punitive expe
dition In tht Creutiberg district kill
td 9d peasants and revolutionists.
REVOLT RUNS IN FAMILY
Maiocott Prttt Arrcfat CabU)
M08COW, Russia, Nov. 13. The
man who threw, tha bomb at Major
Rhelnbot yesterday was a member of
a family of well-known revolutionists.
8UPPORT OF SOCIALISTS
PARIS, France, Nov, 13. The 8o-
clallsta have decided to support the
WALL FELL, KILLING TWO
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 13.
A wall on Market and Twelfth streets
ftll today, Injuring two workmen fa
OALENA ON THE BEACH
ASTORIA, Ortgcn, Nov. 13. Tha
British ship Oalana la ashore on'Clat
jp'aMh. All on board saved, t
Tew by ym
The American-Hawaiian steanuhlp
Nevaduu, Cnptulu Greene, arrived from
San Francisco at 7 o'clock this morn
ing, 'tying up at tho railway wharf.
Captain OrcenJ reports a pleasant vo;
nge down, r:,h none of tho headwinds
that were I -rteil by tin Alameda am1
other vcsti (hat have arrived lately
Tho Kut.'rprlsc, which sailed frum
hero Saturday, accompanied by ihu
tug tearless, under her owji steam, hi.
evidently found it Imposslblo to tuaKo
tho Coast without assistance, rhn Nc
vadan passed the Enterprise nt 11
o'clock 8unday night, about 250 mll
out, In tow of the Fearless, Captain
Youngren of the Enterprise tli'mlght
that ho could get along without hcln
hut It was eldcntly a good thing for
the steamship that the Fearless went
along with her.
The Sheridan and her consorts, thu
Slocum and lluford, towing li-r, wcic
also sighted by tho Netodan ut II
o'clock Sunday morning.
Tile Nevadan brings a cargo of about
4000 tons of mixed freight for Hono
lulu, and has 2000 toiiH for Kahului.
After discharging here, she will pro
ceed, about Thursday night or Frlduy
morning, to Kahului to dlu-hargu the
remainder of her cargo, und will then
go to Kaanapall and llllo. At Kaaua
pall sho will take on the first sugar ol
the new crop.
In addition to her other enrgo, the
Nevadan brought 300 hogH and 20 hi-.d
Every woman wants this
of shots for either dreia or evrry-day wear.
This E. P. Reed 4 Co.'s No. 333 patent colt Blucher with rib
bon ties, wtlt sole, large tysieis, medium extension sole, and new
style military heel, glvis your feet that charming Individuality
that all women want. Prlea $4.00.
Notts ecllpt pat, Colt dottn't burn the fttt.
Manufacturers Shoe Co,, Ltd,,
1051 port Street 'Phone Main 282
It Is for the merchant to say whe- (
ther he wants new busineif. if he
It content with what he has, and la
certain It cannot be Invaded by
competition, he may "(land pat."
That li hi affair. But If he really
If anxious for new business he
must bid for it through such a pub
lic medium as the Evening Bulletin,
BECAUDC Tlir. CVCNINQ BULLC
TIN 18 A CUSTOMCRflNDEH.
Pkiob 5 Oknts
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 13.-
Mayor Schmlti, who left for a vaca
tion trip to Europe Just before" the
election, Is returning. '
CARACAS, Venezuela, Nov. 13.
It Is believed that President Castro la
dying. 'The rebel Montllla Is again
In arms, against the Government.
FIFRV Cffi HIVES
Htvtnti olght days out from New
castle, tbe llrltlsh bark Fiery Cross,
CupUlnAciauson, arrhinl today with
a cargo of about 2000 tons of coal. I.Ike
the Everett O. Orlggs, which also ar
rived today, tho Fiery Cross encount
ered strong heud winds and seas, which
greatly delayed, her and made the oj
ago a slow ono. It was unoentfii',
however, nnd everybody uhiinril U we'll.
A further development of Ilia Uora
l-ancnster case which Is now before tho
Federal Court, occurred this uftcrnoon
when U. 8. Marshal Hendry placed a
large colored gentleman named William
Monroe under nrrcst on n charge ol
adultery with Dora The latter li now
being tried for having uuo husband
too many but evidently that was :iut
satisfactory from tlio iuforiii.'tlon
which led to the arrest today.
After Monroe had been arrested hi
nag taken Into the Marshal's oMcr
where he asked who hud sworn out the
warrant. He waB told that It had b.en
sworn to by the District Attorney ii'nl
he replied: "I'll sho' fix that feller
Ho done called mo names In ho cute dli
mawnlng. I ain't no ntgguh nohow. I
Per stnir.'Kliiau. for Mnnl and Un
well ports, Nov. 13. 11. II. Kluksdo,
W. Dulsenlicrg, II. Wuggoncry Iter. U.
W. Thwliig, Mrs. J. E. lllelor, Futh
ir Charles, II. P. Ilolli, Sam Kaaliu,
C. P. laukou, Mrs. C. P. Inukiu.i W.
F. Wilson, A. W. Carter, Sirs. Tokl-
masa, P. llartcls, M. p. Pncheco. Itov,
W. D. Wcstcricll, W W. Chamber
lain. I,. II. Thompson, Mrs. Thomp
son, K. J. Pcnbody, A. II. Ebner, It,
A. Smith, Jno. Garcia, It. A. Cham
berlain, Dr. T. E. Sowjct, J. A.
Tcmploton. C. E. King. Mrs. Mcrse-
lierg. W. Merschurg. J. W. Atkins. V
Ilurd, Mlbs Until ltcnton, II. II. Itentor.,
S. P. Woods, O. Amundsen, D. Kawuiu
nukoa, Mrs, Kuwauuuukoa.
characteristic when ourehaalnn a oalr
Vor 8t, Honolulu