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(Bulletin Wireless Spcclnl)
llllo, Hawaii, Nov. 14. Rev. Stephen I.. Desha, who was defeated
for, Supervisor la the election, has resigned the pastorale of the
lanjt'tlftw'alian church here, over which he has presided for many
years.' It Is prohahlo that he will exchange places wllh the Rev.
Tlmoteo, who Is now a traveling evangelist of the Hawaiian Board.
The resignation of Rev. Desha Is of special interest at this time
as there Is a feeling' that It has been brought about by the bitter cam
paign content In which Mr. Desha was a leading. orator. Desha In
said to have thrown some pretty not shot politically which angered
people who though a man of the cloth should have a care as to what
Mr. Doilia In his speeches said nothing so harsh ns was said from,
pulpits In this town, but ho Is of a moro forgiving nature than local
people and would rather step down and out than bo tha cause for any
serious friction In his church or adverse comment outside It. It Is cer
tain that he will not cease his labnrn for the good of tlio Hawaiian
people. f '
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UN. m sjis
Joe Cohen's Estimate Is
Backed Up By The
PROMOTERS MAY BE
HELM FOR ALL DEBTS
LAWYERS SAY THAT THEY ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR 8ALARIES
AND FOR RETURN OF
According to a cable message re
ceived at the Governor's office this.
morning Uandmnster Berger believes
with Joe Coheu that 13000 I needed to
bring the band home. Still the baud
Is able to travel as Ucrger states In his
messago that they ure off for iteuu.
The following cables which have
passed between Qovernor Carter aud
thu baud tell their own story:
Honolulu, November 12.
Coheu, Hawaiian Uand, Bait I-uko
How much assistance do you ueet!
to rush baud home by Sierra Thursday
fifteenth? Answer paid.
Salt Lnke, November 13.
Carter, Honolulu. .
well weaHng, shape keep
ing garments that will
' delight the most fastidi
ous man. Every popular
pattirn and cut Is rep
resented In our new
Mock, All coat of this
son's make from the
famous ALFRED BENJA
MIN CO, have no vtnts
In th back.
For further Information
bout wearing apparsl In
1 3:30 O'CLOCK BOllHIl
$3000 required for my, departure di
rect "Honolulu from here, ,
". - COHRN.
Captain llerger, Balt-luko.
Want my tjuentlon answered. HaW
much' assistance do'es 'Cohen" need to
rush band home by Sierra? Reply
Salt Lake, Utah.
Curler, Cfovtrnor, Honolulu.
Cohen answered .'yesterday three
thousand correct. Too lata Sierra. ,Sall
Korea. Leaving for Reno, communi
cate there. ' UKHOKR.
Thero Is still a new phase of the sit'
nation In -the fact which Is stated by
many of the lawyers of the city Hint
the men who sent thu band nwuy are
respontllila tor the debts' which may be
Incurred by thu men whom they ex
pected to make, money for them. The
case as stated is that the ten men here
who advanced the money for the' baud,
while nut an lucorjioratcd company
still had formed a partnership for pure
ly speculative purposes, and that, ac
cording to law, they cap be held re
sponsible and the band boys can col
lect their salaries from them. It is
also said 'that tho ore also responsible
for the return of the band to Ilono.
The feeling seems to lie all over the
town that there-is no .need of $3000' to
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Unique programs, will be presented to
thoso who attend the carmen's dance
(let your ticket and secure one as a
Horse, saddle and bridlo, for lady or
gentleman. Very gentle; pacer. In
quire at Kuwalahuo Seminary.
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and prosperity of a
Captain Slattery Says
TIEIR QREEI MAY STOP
ERECIION OF MONUMENT
PRICE OF THREE DOLLARS PER
CUBIC YARD FOR CUSHED'
OCK REGARDED AS
(Uulletln Wireless Special
HILO, Hawaii, Nov. 14. Captain
Slattery has written a letter to llllo
persons In which ho severely criticises
the bids sent In for the rock sand to
be used in the construction of the llllo
lighthouse. He says that the rata Is
exorbitant and rather than pay such
prices ho will refuse to build the
The text of the letter referred to
was glvon out by Captain Slattery this
morning, It Is as follows:
Mr, D. K, Mettger, Supt. llllo Railroad
Co., llllo, Hawaii.
Slri Last week 1 called for bids
for 1-4 cubic yards of rock sand aud
18 1-2 cubic yards of broken rock, or
what Is generally known here as No. I,
thorock being of such size as to pass
through a 1-Inch ring. All bids re
ceived' from llllo were at the rate 'of
$3 per yard for each. This price, in
my estimation. Is practically prohibit
ive, and rather than pay such a price
I feel .Inclined to abandon all propos
ed work, lu, llllo. It seems to me slnv
ply ridiculous to havo to pay such a
price, for rock at a point where there
It such, an .unlimited quantity of rock,
Will you let me know by return mall
If I caunot get some cheaper price
than tho above.
J. II. SLATTERY,
Captain, Corps of Engineers, ,U. S. A
Captain Slattery says with reference
to thu affair that he regards It as an
attempt on the part of' the llllo con
tractors to hold him up, and he will
not submit to what he, looks upon as an
attempt at extortion. It Is with hint
it matter of principle rather than onu
of dollars and cents. Tho cntlru
amount Involved would not come to
very much, but bo It much.or little, he
will not be stuck.
J'l am Inclined," said Captain, Slat
tery, "to drop the whole project mid
let Hllo get along without any light.
This. Is not a prlvato enterprise; It Is
for the benefit of the entire communi
ty, and I think that everybody ought
to do the best he can for the town.
I am willing to pay a fair price for
the material I need; In fact, I, want
to pay a fair price, but I don't propose
to pay any such prlco as three dollars
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Deposit your surplus Jew
Iry, table silver and docu
ment In our safs deposit
They will be safs from fire
You can have access to
thtm when you want thsm,
A box costs only 60c
HILO HARROR MAY
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real business is achieved by Bulletin
JNHHH AK TIE MET
OF HAWAII WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER U. L9tMi
RESIGNS AS PASTOR
A meeting of four Hawaiian societies,
among which were the .Kaahumanu So
ciety and the Karaehameha Lodge, was
held at the Kaplolanl Estate, offices this
morning. It was decided. o combine
the efforts of the societies' to make one
common attempt to raise subscriptions
for the band's return.
The, matter was left In the. hnnds of
a, committee, of which Prince Cupid Is
the chairman, Miss Lucy I'eabody
treasurer, and B'. C. Dwight secretary
The sum of $500 ha already been
The Uulletln haR tho following
available for a fund to provide for
tho return of the band-bays: 4
Cash order 3250.00
L. L. McCandloss ... 50.00
v Henry E. Walker
George Dlgclnw .
$ A, D. Castro ...
Pollco Court ....
U. 11. Woodd ...
W. T.i Rawlins .
James, Wilder . . .
J, It. Oalt
A. N. Sanford . ,
Another 85. was added to the band
fund this morning. Henry E. Walker
added this amount to the dollars that
have come in as a result of tho Inter
est kept up in tho matter by tho Bul
letin. There will bo more to 'follow, as
the cablegrams have' been going out to
determine In Just- what position the
band is and how much It needs,
Ono of the young down-town busi
ness men said this morning that al
though he had lost some money in the
venturo ho had already contrib
uted to a fund to asBlat In the re
turn of tho boys, and when he learns
moro about the exact situation of the
hand ho will get out and hustle moro
funds together besides doing hln-Blisro
toward promptly collecting tn the
Tho 1'ollcu Court, through tho agen
cy of Col. Jas. H. Iloyd,, brought, forth
money for tho baud-boys this morn
ing. Mr. Uoyd fashioned a small con
tribution .box from paper, marked it
Usnd Kuud and passed it about tho
court, Thu response was not largo
but It, showed genuluu good-will from
tomu people, to whom a flvo-ccut piece
means a good deal, There was 81.80
lu nickels and dimes when tho box
was opened at thu Uulletln office and
Mr, lloyd put In an additional twenty
cents to bring the umoiint to an oven
KM,,,,,, mwm ,rmorn uiiot
Mb FOR IHlE
Waterhouse People Cable
Him To Look After
SOME THINK BACKERS
SHOULD RETURN BOYS
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MAY
TAKE MATTER UP AT REGU
LAR MEETING THIS
A. N. Cumpbell has now Joined the
rescue party, which Is out looking for
the stranded band. Campbell Is a
member of tho Waterhouse Trust Co.
which represents tho United. States Fi
delity and Guarantee Co.,' which put up
the $3000 bond which (mured tho safe
return of the band instruments; camp-
bell went to tho Coast a short time ago
on a business trip, and Is' now In San
When the Attorney QeneraJ's Depart
ment yesterday made a deinnd for tlm
bond, the Waterhouse people Immed
iately bethought themselves ofCamp--
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ueu, onu wircu niurio iase me mutter
UP. . . ,
"We told him to get'buiy, and that
he must attend to the matter at once, -said'
Eugena Campbell, bis' brother
"He .will communicate with Berger an.',
with' Cohen, and .will And out what the
exact state of affairs 11 We expect to
hear from' him at anytime."- t ,
It Is natural that Campbell's first
earn will lie concerning the Instru
ments, oh the $3000 will be forfeited ll
they are not returned. It Is possible
that tho Instruments may be taken and
either turned over 'to the nearest mil
itary authorities, or sent back to Ho
nolulu forthwith. Without even Instru
ments the band would certainly be in
a very sorry pllnht... The Wntorhouse
people do, however, not ilnl; It prob
able that this course will be taken, but
expect that some other way will be
found out of tho difficulty.
j In Hie meantime the discovery ol
the fact that a hill of the local business
men, who backed Cohen's venture for
$r000, has set some of those who have
Interested themselves In the matter of
getting tho band back, thinking on an
other tack. It is understood that uudei
the agreement between Coheu and bis
backers the latter would be entitled to
a certain percentage of the proceeds,
but on the other hand they were pro
tected against any liabilities beyond a
certain amount by a specific clause to
that effect, Thero are people who ex
press the opinion that under the cir
cumstances' they are under a moral
obligation to see to it that tho band is
brought back, and should not allow
this to be done by means of a gener-'l
subscription. The backers on t,he otbci
hand take the view that they have suf
fered sufficiently by the loss of their
The Chamber of Commerce will hold
a regular meeting this afternoon, at
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Thu EIIfordM ara
coming and thsjlr ptar
lormaneM may take
you out o nlghtaat
Wouldn't you fl
more comfortable In
the theatre If your val
uable were In the
vnulta at the
Truat Company l-td.
Holiday Time Now
and nothing would plsast your friends
on ths mainland mors than a box of
plnsapples or a bunch of birunai.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
THE WELLS-FARGO OFFICC
J. Hopp & Co,
L- AFTER I JOHN D.
(Ataoclated frttt Special Cable)
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Nov. 14.
The Federal Government Is Investlgat
Ing alleged frauds perpetrated In the
distribution of relief funds. The local
Grand Jury Is Investigating charges of
graft In the municipal government.
(AtMoclaled Jrcf Ipe-tlal CnhUI
PARI8, France, Nov.- 14. Countess
Castellans, nse Gojld, has been grant
ed a divorce' and ths custody of her
ftaui-Ifr,l 1'rese Sp'riol Oatilti
LEWE3, Cel., Nov. 14. The schoon.
er Klneo, from Kahulul, Territory of
Hawaii, on which 50 per cent, reinsur
ance was quoted, was-towed Into port
today. All will on board.
(Anocialed Pmt VfecM Cabltl
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 14. Dlsas
trous floods have occurred In the Pu
NO H AIM
Ashevllle, Nov. 13. A negro ran
amuck here yesterday, kllllngtwo po
licemen and a negro.
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Note) Eclipie Pat, Celt doesn't burn th feet.
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It Is for the merchant to tay whe- ,
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certain it cannot be Invaded by
competition, lie may "ttanii pat."
That Is his affair. But If he really
Is anxtouo for new business he
I must bid for It through suchi a pub-
lie medium as the Evening Bulletin,
UCCAUGE THC EVENING BULLE-
TIN 18 A CUSTOMER-FINDER.
.Prior 6 Ornt
Miiocfcifrii 1Vcj Special Cull J
FINDLAY, Ohio, Nov, 14. John D.
Rockefeller, head of the Standard Oil,
has been Indicted for violation of the
anti-Trust law. Indictments were re
cently returned against the corpora
(AinHUited J'rtf Sprvfal Caile)
COLON, Panama, Nov. 14. Presi
dent Roosevelt on board the battleship
Loulsfcna arrived 'here today.
Washington. (Jet". ' 27 president
Roosovefl'n 'visit to thu.Irthmu:! of Van,
aina v'lll present several novel features'.
I'or the first time In history the Presi
dent of the United Stutes will set fool
on foreign soil and bo the guest of R
foreign ruler nt dinner. At the time at
his visit to New Orleans President
Roosevelt was technically outside the
Jurisdiction of the United States, ns the
vessel convoying him to the Queen city
went outside the three-mile limit.
Many Interesting Incidents will marl;
tho vilt, rntiKlut; from a reception, lu
honor of President Roosevelt at the
Palace of tho President of Panama to
a ride on the Cluigrcj River on :i ens.
co, the native water cratt, and plowing
through the stick mud of Culcbra Cut
lu rubber hoots and ti mackintosh.
President Roowvell bus had many tin
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MniHulnl l-rrtt Sf'ftal CuMJ
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov. 14..
Earthquakes have been experienced
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Nov. 13.
SUGAR: 83 analysis Beets, 8s. 9 3-td.
Parity, 3.84 cents. Prevlout-yauota-tlon,
8s. 10 1-2d.
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