Newspaper Page Text
' ' From San Franclecot
Sierra Nov. 21
11 KorcA Nov. 27
' ' For San Franclcoi
.Chlna Nov. 27
Alameda r..Dcc. S
' From Vancouver:
(l Mlowcra Dec. 15
' ' For Vancouver:
(l Aorangl Dec. 12
Vol. Xin No 3543
Capitalized For $400,000
To Handle Wahiawa
. , . , ,
$3H,IN IS ALREADY
SUBSCIIBED IN SHARES
MANY WAHIAWA PLANTERS AND
TOWN CAPITALISTS GO IN
ON VAST NEW EN.
The big pineapple combine, which
was formed 'recently by the consolida
tion of fcvcr.il Wahlawa concerns, tills
morning filed articles of association
througi, Leonard O. KelloRg. Percy M.
Pond. Robert W. Shingle. Hcorgc I.y
ctirgtis. Win. Williamson, U II. Kevin,
8. II. Kingsbury. Jns. U Mclcun, Henry
G. ainaca and Earl K. KllsworUi. The
name of the. new corporation Is the,
Wahiawa Consolidated Plno'ipplo Co.,
Ltd. It will have lis main office In Ho
nolulu. It status as Us purpose that 11 In
tends to "Conduct a general agricultur
al, horticultural, farming anil manufac
turing, mercantile and produra bust
ncss In alltho numerous branches, and
departments thereof, Including the cul
tivation of the toll, and all the Indus
tries connected' therewith, and do all
things necessary to convert the pro
iluctH thereof into the various manufac
tured or merchantable form or pro
iiiicis; io mum, operate, equip anu man-1
age such wagon roads, railroads, over-'
head trolley carriers and wires, tram-
ducts; to build, operate, equip and man-
ways, tclenherago and other freighting
appliances as ure necessary in connee-
Hon with the purposes herein sped-
fled," etc. I
Tho capital stock of tho corporation
shall bo $100,000, divided Into 20,00(1
shares of $20 par valuo each, with tho
privilege of an Increase of capltallza-'
lion not to eirred tl.non.nOft.
The corporation also has tho power
to tuko over and ncqulre the proporty
of the Tropic Krult Co.. Mil., and tho
Hawaiian Krult and Plant Co.. Ltd. ana
to bo tho succewor or both these com-l
There are sevcni directors for the
dm vMr. .. rtinu-. in ic-.n..1
'' " !
P. M. Pond. n.,W. Shingle. W. WII
llnmitnn. R T1 llni-ulmrv f t. l.v
Lean and T. J. King. " Tho officers for
the first year are, U O. Kellogg,
re,U O. Kel)ogg.
dent; Wm. Wllllamron, secretary; and
K. W. Shingle, treasurer.
The list of subscribers for shares la
h. Q. Kellogg. 6000; Alice
8. Kellogg. 100; P. M. Pond, for Mrs.)
S.??.'Bith.e. '00"! C?:I
r . ", .a . n , , Ji.,. V i
-' i 7 ,,V Jk. , ,'J ' Unl,ed s,atc,, court M morning.
700; Robert W. Shingle, 1000; (leo.i m
W. Lycurgus, 250; Wm. Williamson. A Circuit' Court notlco In re Beatrice
"(Continued on Page 2) Helen Chrlstley. appears In this Issue.
MAPI IN MKWOHlC
.mmmMamammMmti mk urn v(&iWmm ,-w nmi. ,
The Evening Newspaper is a real
i 3:30 O'CLOCK II Mill NEAtLV EVERYBODY W
MANY (tifi GO TO
u. mi coit
Rapid Transit To Appeal
From Tax Decisions
The United States Supremo Court
t will lrnvo more than Its sharo of cases
from Hawaii during the coming session
from the way matters look at present.
Thcro will probably be seven cases from
Ji Is Territory which will como before
the highest tribunal In the United
States for final decision.
Two of theso cases will be the Terri
tory vs the Rapid Transit and liana
Company, which has decided to "appeal
to the court of last resort in the matter
of both Its property and Income tax.
Perhaps the most Interesting matter to
come up in theso cases Is the taxation
of the car company's franchise, whlcn
wan held by the Tax Appeal Court to
he worth $.100,000' nnd was taxed for
that amount, this decision being sus
tained by tl;i( Supreme Court of ".
Territory. The car company h'!u thai
the franchise is from tho Federal gov
ernment and as such, is not taxable.
The suit for $25,000 which tho Terri
tory won against Cotton Bros., In thl
Pearl Harbor dredger case, will nlso be
taken to the court of Inst report and
will be fought qut on Its. merits though
tho Attorney Oeneral's department has
llttlu fear of a reversal of the decision
The Kalpii rase, which takes up the,
validity of tho Hoard of Health regu
lations In regard to leprosy, will also
come before the Supremo Court at tho
coming session as will the case of Low
rcy vs. IhivTcrrltory, the old Lahalna
luna land suit
IjibIIv liitlrA flfiir annnflnM. ftinl ha
' -- -....v.-v.
"' " "na,)1 to ol,taln new trlal or
Morl,a Kalo..the Japanese murderer
,rom ,l110' ,rom ,n,f 'emioriai au-
,rcm! Court, tako tho matter to Wash-
r,,c ,arK number of cates which will
bo ,akcn to tlle u- 8- Supremo Court
wl" mcan thnt one of tho members ot
,ho Attorney Oeneral's department will
""v" "' KU "' ''""'S". huh is
j job which Is not looked forward to with
"" Rrcat dcKrce of anticipation, as It
menns ,l lnnB ,rln whlch tlie Pnscs
of wl" not ',0 nnywhere nearly covered
''' tho Onvctnmcnt but tho man who
ma,!PS " ml,Hl dlB down ,n hls own
,.,. ..." .
U. S. District Attorney nrcckons. rep-
..! IJ. A n l .u.
ivouiiMHK jtniiiuuti lit iiiuwii, ill iiiu
habeas corpus caso of Chlyomatsu Na
k.lshlm"'. "' tt. 'fef ' the Federal
presl-i""'" " morning
Clerk of tho Federal Court Frank
Hatch Is once more back at his duties
""" " """? nBrauii.wii uy an nis
. On account of the Indisposition ,
Jll,lge Dole thcro was no "esslon of the
Is 'founded upon be.
eomlngnesi to the individual, and as
long aa a min'a clothe are well cut
and of good quality,, they can be aaid
to be In style. Extremes are always
dangerous and do.not expreia style,
Style does not, mean one thing to
tho man with mean and another thing
to the man with limited purse.
If you are figuring on a new stylish
suit, let ua show you one of these
which bear the famous label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co,
TEL, M,IN 29,
COnN-H PORT AND MOTEL 8T8,
HONOLULU. TKRRITORI Of HAWAII. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 19 190ti
ALLEGE SHERIFF BROWN , '..
SHOULD HAVE WON OUT BY
MORE THAN 350 VOTES
A petition for a recount of tho vote
cast for the onice of sheriff in the re-
cent election will bo filed this after-
noon in tho Supreme Court by Attor-
neys O. D. Gear and .1. J. Dunne, rep.
resenting Arthur M. Drown. The pctl-
Hon alleges that thcro were more than
220 legal votes cast for A. M. Brown
which were not counted by the Hoards
of Inspectors of tho various precincts,
while on tho other hand thcro wore
more than 1K0 Illegal votes, lllegully
cast, at tho election for laukea, his op-
ponenL In caso ot a proper count It Is
alleged that A. M. Drown would have
iccclved more than 2950 votes, while
laukca would have received less thin
2600 voles. '
Tho votes wh'cli it alleged wero II-
legally cntt for laukca It is stated had
"rosic names on them than there were
offices to bo filled and contained words
marks or symbols whereby they may
be identified and (or) marks, words, or
symbols contrary to the provisions ot
Tho petition alleges that In tho First
Precinct of tho Fourth District there
were 16 ballots for Drown which wero
not counted, and ten Illegal ballots
(Aiioclaled P-tMi Sptclof Cailtl
8EATTLE, Wash., Nov. 19. The
Dlx has sunk. Forty-two men, mott of
them from Port Dlakcly, drowned. Tho
Jeanle I uninjured.
(4llicllcit rnii lp4dal Cabtt)
SYDNEY, Australia, Nov. 10. The
new British ateamer Australia went
ashore today at Vanhorn Head. ' -
Blank, books of all aortc. ledger
etc., manufactured by tha Bulletin Pub.
lUhlntr Com nan v
Deposit your surplus Jew
elry, table silver and docu
ment ''In our safe deposit
They will be aafe from flro
You can have access to
them when you want them,
A box cost only 50c a
Vort 81, Uwolul'.
want ;, ttia live merchant takes advantage ot this want
which were counted for laukca. In the
Second precinct It Is alleged that ten
Drown votes were uncounted and U
laukca ballots which were Illegal were
ountcd. In the Third Precinct It Is
(.aid that there 12 IJrown ballots not
counted and 7 laukea ballots coupled
which should not have been. In the
Fourth Precinct there wero 10 llrown
ballots uncounted and H Illegal laukca
ballots which were counted, In the
Fifth 10 ballots for llrown wero not
counted and 11 bad laukea ballots were.
In the Sixth more than 22 llrown
ballots were not counted and 5 ban
laukea ballots were. In the Seventh ll
Drown votes were uncounted while I
for laukea were. In the eighth II bat
lots for llrown were left out hlle .'
laukea ballots were counted Illegally
In tho Ninth It Is said that Drown
was cheated out of 10 votes, while Ihii-
kea got 16 moro than ho should. Intbo
Tenth 4 of Ilrown'x votes were tin-
counted while i lllega laukea ballots
In the Fifth District It Is stated that
In the First Precinct Drown lost 7 votes
through the bad count while laukca
gained 6. In tho Stmhd Precinct it Is
French Ship I
(AtxxMUd Prm Affddt CahU)
QUEBEC, Canada, Nov. 1(1. Four
members of the crew of the ship lyb
vagla Escoutalns have been lost. The
schooner Maria Louise Is wrecked.
(Amorialti rreu Bm'al CtbUI
PARI8, France, Nov. It. It la re-
ported that Calve, the famous operatic
atar, will retire from the stage, and
that she Intend to marry -a wealthy,
Deputy High Sheriff Ucorge Sea Is
back In town again after u long trip to
tho other Islands.
eager- cin Job Printing at the Bul
If you will put your
valutibluM In our mat
you will be na fr from
Jewelry car aa If you
had tlium in the Bank
Trut Company ltd.
claimed Drown ballots wero not
(ountcd and 3 bad laukea votes were
In the Third it Is said thai Brown lost
S and laukca gained 5 by the bad count
In the Fourth It Is said that Brown lost
3 and laukca gained 2. In the Fifth
that Drown lost 4 and laukea gained 2.
In the Sixth that Brown lout 12 and hi
opponent gained 8. In the Beventh that
llrown lost 17 votes, white laukea got
II more than he should. In the Eighth
that Drown lost 11 and laukea gained
16. In tho Ninth that Brown lost
votes and laukca gained 23.
II is stated that In the Tenth, Drown
went 6 behind and laukea gained b
votes. In tho Eleventh that Brown lost
and his opponent gained 18. In the
Twelfth that Drown losl 13 and laukea
gained 6. In the Thirteenth Drown Is
said to have lost more than 11 votes
w.Mlo laukea gained 3.
The petition sets forth that tho tabu
lation and return made by tho County
Clerk Is false, fraudulent and untrue
and that the acts set forth were com
mitted with "the Intent to provent an
honest expression ot the popular will
and a truo ascertainment ot the real
voters who voted at said election."
WA8HINOTON, D, C, Nov. 19.
President Roosevelt haa ordered that
the Canal Zone at Panama be placed
under the government of Schents, the
chairman of the Panama Canal Com
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 19.
The American Federation of Labor
haa declared Itself to be In favor of
WITH SEUINQ OPIUM
A raid on a house alt ho corner ot
King and Llllha streets this afternoon
by a squad of police resulted in the ar
rest of seven Chlnete. They were
brought to the police station and a
churgo of selling opium lodged againfct
them. About u wagon toad of opium
smoking paraphernalia was also gath
ered In. The officers bavo gone out on
another raid and II Is expected that be
fore long there will bo a large Increase
in tho temporary Chlncso population
of tho Jail.
Made by machinery and delivered
right at your door In thoroughly
J. Hopp & Co,,
105J.0505 BISHOP ST.
Laborers Can Come Here
If They Want
The Manila Times of October 19, con
tains a letter from the Philippine Com
mission to the Manila Chamber ot Com
merce, which had registered a kick
against allowing laborers to leave for
Hawaii. The letter says In part:
It is very desirable that tho Filipinos
should take their place among the other
civilized peoples of the world, and tho
liberty ot tho Individual is a thing
which should be very Jealously guard
ed by cveryono whether American or
Filipino. The right to go from or re
turn to his country, which ho has al
ways had, to seek, work where ho may
Ish to, or where it Is most ndvantage-
oils. Is one which should only he taken'
uway from the Filipino under the "ost.hm wlth mpor80nllt,n! an offlcer ,nil
?.CTlC,r?.n,"8-, i"b '"e other with assault with a deadly;
lint iiiu uvuililiociwii una uu n n
changed existing' legislation. Tho Com
mission does not deem It suitable to en
art laws hindering or curtailing the
liberty of tho Filipinos to leavo thelt
country, and If,, as 'you 'say, and. as
seems to be the case, a lack of lalmr k
fqr agriculture Is felt-ln'thcsO'lslands,
than thero Is no cause tor tne tear u
tho Filipino olll Meave to. look for.
work abroad,-If offered to 'them In sucli.
abundance In their country,
, Enclosed herewith Is an excerpt from
the minute of the session held by the
Philippine Commission on the 23rd of
July, 1906, and we pray yon to read It
carefully. In drafting the resolution
which you havc;Mttrly criticized, tho
Commission was guided solely by the
desire to protect-tho Filipino laborers
against any, decet or the noncompli
(Ccn'tlnuid.on Page 1)
NOI REACH SEATTLE
Gets To San Francisco
In a Damaged
The Morning Star, the missionary
steamer, which, sailed from' Honolulu
the second time for Seattle pn the 8tb
of November, has reached the Coast
this time. Uut.'as predicted by the
Bulletin, she did not get to Seattle. She
got aa far as San Francisco, arriving
there yesterday In a damaged condition,
according to the cable received by W
W. Hall from Captain Mansfield.
Mr. Hall states that when the Mdrn-
int. Slap lAfl Vlnrmlnln (hit lapnnri lltnj.
Captain Mansfield, had orders, in cese!'Bu;d by the present bead of the po-
any trouble occurred or there seemed
any danger In trying to reach the far
Ihcr port, to put Into San ."".ahclico.
It seems that he has been obliged 'to
What the nature of the trouble u. m
1051 Fort Street
i... . -.
GIVES THE QUICKEST RE
8PON8E TO THE MERCHANT.
The buying for tha houtehold la
Jm. a .l-l.. 1... Ik. ...- a ....
yns rnairnr ny n ngmini ina n"
become systematic. They read Tha
EVENING BULLETIN after teailme
and lay their plana for the next day'a.
purchaaea. More and more do mar.
ehanta who eater to the home reallta
that the leverage for the Quick
Movement of Their Trade la rurnien.
ed by the Evening Newspaper, which ,
Ik a houtehold neceeelty.
Pbiob 6 iimwm
ON WIS CH
Advertiser Reporter Gets
Into Trouble With ;
AND QUN PLAY ALLEIEt
ATTEMPT TO FORCE' WAY INTO
A BUILDING! AS SPECIAL OF-
FICER RESULTS DIS
AGREEABLY A. P. Taylor, the rcportorlal detect-
Ive of the Advertiser, was arrested to
day on two warrants, ono charalnc
'weapon, lie was released on his own
The warrants were sworn to by
Chlncso named Ah Fook, who allege)
that Mr. Taylor forced his way into
the building occupied by Ah Kwalon
it3 (ornor of Bcretanla avonue and
Achi lane. Tho affair occurred about
MsM o'clock Sunday morning,
According to tho lory told by Ah
Fook, Taylor, accompanied by another
Advertiser man, '-came to the door of
tho building, which ha been suspect-
ed of being ued. for gambling pur
poses, and demanded admittance.
"What you want!" asked tho Chiv
ncse doorkeeper. -
"I want to get In," waB the reply,
"No can get In," returned tho Chf-'
nese. "Who you?"
"I m a police officer." Taylor Is al
leged to have said, "and I've got a
search warrant. Let me In."
"Where Is search warrant," inquired
"Here's the warrant," said the re-
i porter, and he stuck a gun Iji the face
or the frightened Chinaman, and show.
.ed the badge of n special police officer.
He was admitted, but found nothing;
but a room full ot Bleeping Chinese.
with no sign ot a gambling game going
Taylor and hi companion wore sur
rounded by a lot of- angry Celestial,
greatly Incensed at tho Invadon, and
It Is probable that the "possession of
tho revolver did much toward prevent
ing serious bodily Injury, if not some
thing worse, to the Intruders.
The significance of the arrest of'
Taylor lies In the fact that he Is not a
special police offlcer. He carrlea a
badge, but It la not backed up by 'a '
commission. The badge was Issued by
William Henry when tho latter waa -Sheriff
ot tho County. When Sheriff
Drown took ofttca all commissions and
badges were called In, and only those
lice department are valid. Taylor, It
appears, did not turn hi. badge, in and
has never received a ooaamlsslon as a
kpcctal officer from the present admin
istration. According to tho statute ot the Ter-
(Continued en Fag 2)
that muat.be .satisfied when buy
ing footwar, The Tt by. which
we guide our effort Is QUALITY,
Result: A growing holt of sstls
fled customer!. Better Join them.
Try our No, 351 Rickshaw Last.
A new arrlvel from the famous
"ALL AMERICA" Line.
Shoe Co., Ltd,,
'Phone Main 282
id.M.1.,, mabi ,,