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, ther he wantt new butlnett. If hs
i It content with what he hat, and Is
i certain It cannot be Invaded by
i competition, lie may "stand pat,"
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TIN IS A CUBTOMCR-riNDEH.
Vol XV in No 3541
HONOLULU. TKURITORI OF HAWAII. VHl DAY. NOVEMBER 16. 180U
Pjuoq 5 Okn'I'H
Twenty-Three Hundred Dollars Sent To
Money Is Forwarded
To Hellman & Co.
To Brin? Back Band
Hellman, San Francisco.
Referring to your telegram of Nov.
14, please semi Imiul back without fall
on Korea, November 20.
Public funds raised. Spend $2250 and
charge It to our account.
Arrangements should be mule will.
Captain. Berger, not Cohen.
Kurnlth 'tickets, not money. Supply
band with necessities for return. Ho
nolulu will appreciate your services
Telegraph particulars ui k ion us pott
The above cablegram was sent thl)
afternoon to Hellman Co., the Ha
waiian Trust Co., Sua l'ranclsco cop
respondents. The $2200 referred tc
was raised by the efforts of Ualt and
Kred W. Marfarlane, who circulated u
subscription list and collected the
amounts as follows:
We, the undersigned, herewith sub
scribe and give the Bum of money set
opposite our respective names below
for the purpose of bringing' home to
Honolulu tho Hawaiian Hum, which is
iiow in distress ou the mainland, with
out means of returning:
flovernor Carter, 5u; Alexander at
IJaldwin Ltd,W.-Ai Ilowcn, I'res., $150;
Castle ft Co6V.tX&7iY. A. Uowe'u,
Pre., fltdj C. Urewer Co., Ltd.. by
C. M. Cooke, rrti. $100'; 3. M. CooLo.
$100; The Uauk of Hawaii Ltd, C. M.
Cooke, Pres., $50; Hawaiian Trust Co.,
Ltd., J. It. (Jnlt, Trvas, $75; Ulshop t
Co., $25; Clans Spreckelt & Co., $30; II.
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., $100; Win. (1
Irwin & Co., Ltd., W. M. alffard, $100;
G. N. Wilcox. $20; Sam barker (by tel
egram) 1100; J. U. Castle, $:0; Mrs
Sam Parker. $100; U. F. Killers & Co.,
by C. Du Itol .Mgr.. $10; C. Un Hoi, $10;
Mrs. Cieo. II. Carter, $10; L. Abrums,
2; II. H. Mariner. $t; A. K. F. Yup. .50;
(leo. P. Cooke, $1; Clias. r. Ollllland,
.50; Nurses of the Quucn's Hospital
$5; C. J. McCarty, $10; Dr. W. U Mooru,
$2; S. Q. Wilder, $1; l'rof. Alexander
$5; W. O. Uainhart, $5; Alomi Alna So
ciety, $70; Kaahumanu Society, $70;
Kamehumcha Lodgo, $70; Sisters nf
Hawaii Ponol, $70; 1 1 til Hookuonoouo
ona Olwl, $70; Dr. Porter, Oakland.
Cal per Hawn. Oaicttu Co., $5; Jno.
II. Ullvs, per Hawn. Gazette Co., $30;
C. II.; Dickey, per Hawn. Oazette Co.,
$10; Hi Uows, $5; Huwallan Hotel, $20;
Mrs. Urlukerhof, $5; E. O. Hall & Sou
I!. II. Purls Treas, $10; Henry May
Co.. Ltd., W. T. Lucas, Mgr, $10; The
Manufacturers Shoo Co., lad., W. II.
Smith, $10; Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
per J. W. Warren, $5; llenson, Smith
& Co., Ltd., O. W. Smith. $10; Holllstet
Drug Co., Ltd., Pnuger, $10; II. F.
Wichman & Co., Ltd., II. K. Wiclmiun,
Pres., $10; The Uergstrom Music Co.,
Ltd., Ja.4W. Uergstrom, $10; W. H.
Mcluerny,$5; Ounst Eakln Cigar Co.,
11. P. Kaklu, Mgr., $5; Chas. It. Frai
wtll wtsrlng, shape keep
ing garments that will
dtllght the most fattldl
out man. Every popular
pattern' and cut la rep
resented In our new
stack, All coata of thlt
eaton'e make from the
famoui ALFRED BENJA
MIN A CO, have no ventt
In the back.
For further Information
bout wearing apparel In
TBI., MfMN SU,
CQMJf POHT AND HOTEL 8T8.
ler, $5; Union Feed Co., Ltd.. by F. W
Mncfarlane, Treas., $10; H, W. Jordan,
$1; R. K. Wilder. $5; C. J. Hiitchlns,
$10; A. 0. M. Robertson, $3; Tim Est,
of 8. a. Wilder, Ltd.. $10; Hallou &
.Marx, $10; C. J. Folk. $1; Halstead &
Co., Ltd., Wlllard B. Drown, Pres., $10;
H, Watcrhouse Trust Co., Robt. .
Shingle, Pres.. $76; Lewis & Co, Ltd.,
H. F. Lewis, Pres. and .Mgr., $10; Low
ers & Cooke, Ltd.. F. J. Lowrcy, Pres ,
$25; Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd,, (2. J.
Waller. Trens., $23; W. W. Dlmond Co..
Ltd., $10; K. J. Kmmcluth, $5; .Jas. A
Kennedy, $5; Hustace-Peck Co., $10;
Oonsalves & Co., Ltd., $10; Allen Ac
Robinson, $23; Kamelmmehu Alumni
Assn., $25; Cash, $2; II. Walker, $5;
Police Court,, $2; L. II. Wcodd, $1.50;
A. D. Castro, $2; L, L. McCundlchs, $50;
Chas. Huitace, Jr., $5; (leo. L. Hlge
low, $5; Jas. A. Wilder, $1; J. It. Gait,
$1; W. T. Rawlins, $1.50; S. 11. Kings
bury. $1.50; A. N. Sanford, $1; Cash,
$1; O.ilui Saloon, $5; Uulletlu, $20; M.
It. Counter. $3; Col. J. W. J&ncs. $2;
Students of Oahu College, $15; F. A.
Schaefcr & Co., $25. Total $2300.50.
In addition to ihd above amount $KAJ
wus received ihls' afternoon from Aloha
Ga)t ,um, Mncfarlane referred to a
cablegram received 'tills afternoon
from Jas. F. Morgan by U T. Peck,
wherein It was stated -tliat tho baud
would need holp. If It must return In
the Korea, but that It they took the fol
lowing steamer" they would need no
uld. "Why," said these gentlemen, "If
no help Is needed, nil they Iiavo to do
It. to Inform Hellman & Co., whereupon
It will bo returned to tho subscribers.
In the meantime It Is quite probable
that Colien merely wants the band to
utuy on the Coast to recoup his louses
and that the hoys are anxious to set
hack to their families, whom they huvu
been uruible to suppurt."
WAS 11 FATAL
The following lottcr has been re
ceived by Superintendent Babbitt from
u brother of II. M. Wells, who fell over
a jiull at Kula last Monday night. Tho
prospectB are now that the Injury re
ceived will not prove fatal:
'Superintendent W. II. Dabbltt. llono-
Dear Sir: I wish to report that my
brother has met with a serious accident
which will make him unable to attend
to business for some time. He weut to
Kula Monday to Inspect the school
Monday ovenlng after dark he started
from the school cottage to Mr. Dowdle's.
cottage, which Is some dlttauce from
the road. On the way he fell over a
FT Ui fmn UfvUM HtrMtH i
Money For Its Return
Has Been Raised By
ISSUE F0IMAL 0UEIS
TO COLONEL JONES
ON AFTERNOON OF COMINQ HOL.
IDAY MILITIA WILL OIVE EX
HIBITION IN FRONT OF
Tho band will teturn to Honolulu
before Thanksgiving Day. This was
settled early this morning. J. R. Gait,
who took charge of the raising ot
money when tho Chamber of Commerce
refused to look niter the matter, tel
ephoned to Governor Carter shortly
after 10 o'clock that he had raised suf
ficient money to bring thu band baclt
and that he would Immediately cable
Instructions In regard to tho purchase
"Wo, have collected enough money to
bring the baud back," suld J. R. Ualt
this forenoon, after he and Kred W.
Atai'forlnue had romnleted tne tour
about the business section with their
i "We have' something over $2000 in
mhUrxniilnk; though ' wojinve not
counted It, all Up yet. It U our Inten
Hon to cable the money to Hellman &
Co., the. Hawaiian Trust Coa represen
tatives in 8an Francisco, today. That
firm will have Its expenditure In Its
There only remained one mora con
sideration, whether Manager Joe Cohen
would bo willing to allow the band to
come back or whether, being disgrunt
led at having thu matter taken out ol
his hands, he would attempt to keep
them by placing some difficulties In the
way. This was Immediately taken up
by Governor Carter, who decided tbut
an official action might prevent any
trouble of this sort. He promptly,
called his stenographer and dictated
tho following order to Col, Jones:
Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 10, l'JOG.
Col. J. W. Jones, Commanding First
Regiment, N. G. II., Honolulu.
Dear Sir: On Thanksgiving Day,
November 28th, I shall desire to In
spect the local mllltla, with the band
at i p. m. of vald day, In front of the
executive building, and horeby direct
you to make necessary arrangements
(Continued en' Page .)
pall twenty feet high, breaking IiM
right leg and Injuring his head how
seriously Is not yet fully known. He
lay there till Tuesday afternoon at 3
o'clock when Mr. Dowdle, who heurd
ot the matter from Mr. Vincent, went
nnd hunted him up. We brought him
to the hosjiltal yesterday, which meant
Ave and a half hours' ride over a rough
toad. He has hardly spoken a rational
word alnco found and answers ques
tion, If at all with u yes or no. At first
the doctor thought there was a small
tracture of the skull, but the lawyer
Deposit your surplut Jew-,
dry, table silver and docu
ments In our safe dtpotlt
They wilt be eafe from fire
You can have accesa to
them when you want thtm,
A box costs only 50c a
Vort Kl. Uonoluli.
MONEY READY 1
Be Put Back With
When tho Tax Collector's office clos
ed last night at 11 o'clock $35,021.14
had been paid tajdurlng the day and
a total of a little over $400,000 had
been collected since July. This means
that In all probability the work on tho
County roads can bo resumed at a very
early date Tho County will receive
one-half of the amount or $200,0uo, of
which $110,000 has already been with,
drawn, leaving a balance of $90,000,
of whjch $18,000 must be saved as a
This will allow a little over' $72,000
for November and December which
will be Immediately avallablo for the
road work that has been stopped and
for other necessary expenditures. Tax
Assessor Holt slates that the amount
comes up to and possibly a little over
his estimate' and that there arc not
tery many delinquents this year, Ho
has not received the returns from tho
outsldo Comities yet but will have
them all early next week and will bo
able to statu just how much has been
taken In for tho year,
How many buckets of swipes does
It take to make a man drunk? And
does knocking your friend down twlco
.m.Mlluto trouble between you and
h!fo; Also, bow big Is a hatchet?
These are the burning questions
Mint strenuous effort waR made in Po
lice Court this morning to solve. lint
thu Interrogators got little in the way
of information along thoso lines from
Uicdy Clemmons was tho complain
li'g witness In the casu In which Alex,
tllrner Is alleged to Iiavo used a
hatchet upon tho cranium ot tho said
Urady. Clcmmom Is not of Irish ex
traction, his front name to tho con
trary notwithstanding. Ho Is black,
cry black. In comparison with him
a scuttle of coal would look like a
pltcber of milk.
Alex, made a bid mistake when he
used a hatchet ou Ilrady's bead. Ho
should have known better. It drew
blood and gavo the assaulted man a
bad headache, but that was all.
Hut Urady's feelings were lacerated.
It grieved him that his best friend
should uso an ax on him. So ho bad
This morning when tho case camo
up for trial, Urady told his story with
many words and In his own way.
Charlie Chltllngwortb, who acted for
tbo dorense, tried to head htm ofl once
or twice and get him to say plain yes
(Continued on Page 4.t
was called In for consultation and It
was decided thai thu indications are
In favor of no fracturu. However, the
skull has been denuded In several places
tnd serious contusion In other spots
make It a rather critical casu.
I should be gild to do what I can
lor tho department wlillu my biothcr
Is recovering. I would wish you tu
understand that It will be several
weeks, ut leust, before hu can do any
thing. Also that after this, with his
broken leg, he may not bo nblo tu rldo
over rough broken trails us hu bus. 1
trust you will give him lime tu show
how full his rccmcry will bo beforo
reeling obliged to fill his position per
manently with ii now mail,
W. I. WF.LLS.
Candidates Held Office
When They Ran For
LAW VERY PLAIN ANB
COURTS NAVE BECIIED
SUPREME BENCri DECISION GIVEN
SOME YEARS AQO COVERS
MATTER WHICH WILL
NOW COME UP
A matter which may result In the
exclusion from the legislature ot sev
eral elected candldatea and will be cer
tnln to causa more or less litigation
was brought up today by a letter re
ceived from Levi Joseph, recently
elected to the Legislature from Maul,
who writes to ask' whether he will bo
compelled to resign hla office as com
missioner to Iibui marriage licenses on
account of his election. D. Alawa also
wrltea resigning as a notary public be
cause he has been elected' to the House
According to the law aa expressed
In decisions by the Supreme Court,
this choice should have taken place be
fore the election and net after, anil u
man holding offlce.aa notary, and l-be
same would be true ot a:trrlaf-ftp-
ens.e commissioner. Is not eligible to
Section 17 of the Organic Act holds:
"That no person holding oflcejn or
'under or by authority ot the Govern
ment of' the United States or of the
Territory ot. Hawaii shall bo eligible to
election to the legislature or to hold
the position of a member ot the same
while holding said office."
In an opinion of the Justico of the
Supreme Court written by Justice U
McCully In reply to an Inquiry from
W. I .. Green, Minister of Finance and
Premier, dated Ausu-t .., 1SE7. nnd to
bo found on page 661 ot tbe elguu voi-
ume ot Hawaiian reports, tho following
interpretation ot this sectlou Is found:
'We call attention to the phraseology
ot the question: 'hold seats In tho legls.
lathe assembly,' nnd say that In our
view the term of the Constitution, 'el
igible to election,' plainly Imports thul
the nersons referred to are made In
cable of being elected. Such persons,
If elected, do uol become capable by
afterwards resigning the office. They
remain disqualified as much so as min
ors or women, or others not eligible
by the provisions of article 61,"
Not only will there be candldatea on
Maul and Hawaii affected by this law
on which a ruling has been asked from
tho Attorney General, but there ore
fald to bo others who will be effected
W, T. Rawlins resigned his position
us Referee lu Uankriiptcy Just the day
Lefore the election took place and saved
himself from that difficulty.
Charles Chllllngworth, Senator-elect
of this County, resigned his position
as notary on June 22, and cleared him
self lu that way. On the other Islands
there are said to be a number of men
who hold offices under the Territory
and who have been elected to the Seu
atu and tho House.
I 11 k'.rr JC. P I lil Alnltvn itri.
uru making somo wonderful offers that
tliould be taken advantage ot ny tuo
careful man or woman.
The Etleforda re
comlnjc and thalr pr
formanceai may take
you out o nlghta.
Wouldn't you fetes!
more comfortablu In
thu thojtttr If your val
u&bluai weartt In thee
vault ut the
Truat Company ltd.
J. HOPP k GO,,
lOSl'IOM'IQJJ BISHOP STi
Hilo Republicans May
Contest Of Election
(Special to the Uulletlu by Wireless)
Hilo, Nov. 16. Republicans nre considering tho matter of con
testing the recent election In this city. In the Wnlakea precinct the
officers ot election failed to keep a record of the names of thu ptcrH
as required by section 40, paragraph 5, of thu ilectlon laws. The' re
sult may be that Molr will bo seated.
SEATTLE, Ween., Nov. 16 Many
homeltae people are eufttrlng- The
valley towns are , submerged. Thou
indi'are -eimplnjHn'HHe. foothills.1
The watere are now falling.
KINEO SUFFERED -PHILADELPHIA.
Pa.. Nov. 16. The
delay of the schooner Klneo, which
look 202 diva from Honolulu te this
port, waa caused by storms, tlcknett
PLATT MAY RESION
NEW YOflK, N. Y., Nov. 16.-It It
reported th:t Senator Piatt will re-
elgn from t t Senate.
THIRTttN VtAK DID
Helena Colomono Is another little
girl arrested on the charges of leading
nn Idle and dlcsoluta life. Helena Is
only 13, but sho Is alleged tu lmo dom
things that aro pretty bad. The
chances aro that she did not know that
they were bad.
Helena Is wanted as tho principal
witness In the Circuit Court In the caso
against a man who Is alleged to Iiavo
had Illicit relations with her. Helena
ran away, so today she was cuught unit
brought to the police station to be
8. 8. Siberia
November 20th, will take the Thankt.
giving ahlpment of bananat and pint
applet to the Coaat.
Every woman wants this characteristic when purchasing a pair
of shoes for either drett or tvery-day wear.
Thle E. P. Reed i. Co.'t No. 333 patent colt Dlucher with rib
bon ties, welt sole, large yelett, medium extcnilon tale, and new
style military heel, gives your feet that charmlnu Individuality
that all women want. Price K00,
Notot Eclipse pat, Colt rionn't burn the feet.
1051 Fort Street
lAttuiMrd 1'rf Hprelut CalU)
SAN FRANCISCO, Col., Nov.. 16.
Judge Sewell of the Superior" Court
hse declded-that.Ab..RUf It-net en
titled to the office of District Attorney.
VANCOUVER. D. C. Nov. IB t-
Much damage hat been done bv the
windstorm to the Sound ports.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Nov. 16.
Mike Ward wac knocked out by Hir.
ry Lewi i. He died at a remit of the
ROOSEVELT SEES CUT
lAmoelaliJ I'rttt Hptriul Cabtel
PANAMA, Isthmus of Panama, No
vember 16. President Rootevelt
viewed the Culebra Cut today.
'"For Rent" cards on tale at
the Bulletin office.
Phone Jvhln 282
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