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I' "" In Honolulu Nearly Everybody Reds The I J
Mnnchurla .'...".'...Oct. 30 "-W W -H "J said: "It is not explanations jj
llllonlnn Oct. 31 H , m ft whicn survive, but the things , M
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Mlowera Nov. JC "" " T " w-'- ---- V-" - --' --. "tfl " .JU-A ADVERTISED the business, tlio
Aora"K' Nv'1- 3:30 O'CLOCK especially people who buy things TEDlTION L
I t VOL. IX. NO. 383 J HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAy7 OCTOBER 25. 1907 PRICE 5 CENTS
neNUKmnurr WILL HAoILn Hid Willi
' Poopooley" Man
And Hawaii Girls:
"(loudness giuclouBl Is tho man poopooley (era)'"
Tills vns tho ustoiindcd exclamation of ono or tlii prettiest
members of the Honolulu livening llulletln's pmty of dusk,
dark-eyed cMiuslonlsts now quartered at the Hotel Imperial,
upon being quostloitcd hy u limn who hml innocently nsked
whether tho Hawaiian girls would continue to wear the "Atncr
Icjii i clothes" the then hail on, or would later dnti their "nu
tiio"ostuiiies" while In I'm (land, sas the Portland (Oregon)
Telcgiam of Oil 7
"And pr.ij, Blr. whnf do oi' think wo we.it at home?" de
manded anothoi of thu group, adjusting n gold-bowed plnco-ne.
over her dainty nose "Have you an Idea that wo go about In
those abbreviated grass skills and bond things th.il ou some
times nee on tho postal raids? American riot lies, Indeed, and do
vv like America' Wh, sir, wo mo Americans ourselves "
"Hut, pciliaps," hIic uddeil sweetly, In an aside to another
dalntj member of the party, "put hups he hasn't jet heard that
we wciu annexed several years ago, mid that we havo long sluici
been 'benevolently assimilated,' and that b the modiste as well
aoby tho mlsslonaiy" '
"VounB man, the mndUte, along with the CoiiBtltulInn, fol
low h tho Hag," laughed u mischievous "hapi-hanle," whose trim
llgurO wan fairly molded Into u diilnt lace gown, "and we
would liao jou know the ling has lloateyl over Hawaii Nel for n
good ten jcurs."
Tho questioner lied In confiudoii. .
Tho nlno Knnnkn mnidens lire hailngVn bus tluio today.
Their program lucliiiles 11 visit to tho llbinry and an excursion
tbroiigh the looms of the Oieson Historical Soclct, where
ibcy aie partiiularly anxious to nee the old printing press, which,
after a period of usefulness In tho Hawaiian Islands moro than
half a century ago, was hiought hero for tho pioneer press
work of Oregon.
Later in tho afternoon they will busy thomsolveB making
jellow paper "lols" (Hnwnllanpapoi widths), to bo distributed
us souvenlis among their friends. All tho Bills express tlicm
selu's delighted with I'oitland mid tho hospitable reception they
have been accorded. Thej will leave Wednesday morning tor The
Dalles and Hood Ithei, and will leturn to Portland net Satur
day morning, to remain hoio sevcui! dajs
It seems to be an iindctstood fact
in hotel circles, that the ltojal Ha
waiian Hotel wilt have a new liuina
gor next month It Is said that the
Hawaiian will come under tho mau
iigement of Alt Hcitschc, who at
inesent has tho Young and tho Mo
ana under his control
A law student at the Stanfonl Uni
versity has been expelled finm tho
(ollcgo for roportlng tho lemaiks of
one of tho jirofessots who lcfericd to
the legislators nR pliiheads.
Jncob Oppenhelmer, the Imorilgiblc
convict nt Ban Qitditln, has been con
victed of nn assault on a prisoner and
must pay tho ile..lh penult)
( " " sjw iwj""r'rwyiiii
00 w' kuV one of the stylish
4ZU double-breasted ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO,, Blue Serge
Coats are half-lined; trousers
looped for belts
You will save time and money
by coming to us direct.
The Kash Co.
Cor. Hotel and Fort Sts,'
The Supremo Court handed down flu
opinion this moiiilng In tho mutter of
David I Peterson s Charles It l'raz
Isr, which camo up on except lunr,
bi ought b tho defendant.
I'razlcr leased a house of Peterson
which befoio the expiration of tho
Iluho ho found to bo iinsaultar). Ho
: jked bis landloid to lcpulr tho
)lumblng, which was lefuscil, mid he
then moved from tho house, lcfiislug
to pay lcntnl dm lug the balance of tho
tenn of tho lease.
Peterson biought suit and was
awarded judgment In tho District
Court The caso whb upji6uled, but tho
flicult Court also awarded damages to
too nlalntlh Now tho Supremo Court
takes the same view of the matter. Tho
ijllnbus of tho opinion sajs-
Landloid and tenant coiiftiuctlvo
mouse size iSrhnnl
OF ifpii 7"!
Dr. Brinckerhoff Says
Original Plans Will
r. Ill Incket lion called on Governor
l'rc.ir this morning nnd discussed tho
matter of the building of the leprn-
p.irlum at Kalawao. Ho saH that
.Mr. Peters, the aichitect, who is to
have charge of tho work, will bo
down within a shoit time, probably
on the next stcnmei, and bids will bo
called for Immediately
Thu lepiosariiim will bo built on n
larger nnd mine complete scale than
was contemplated. Tho first plans
diawn 4ind submitted called .for tho
expenditure of mora money tlmn was
nppioptiatod b) Congress mid It was
iieccssnr) to havo nnothei set of plans
dinwn in u cheaper scale. Hut till
second tot also brought tho cost uu
ubovo the amount of tho appropria
tion and wcro I ejected.
Now, Dr. llrlncUerhoIt, stutcd to
1 tic Uoveinnr, It has been decided to
go back to the Hist set c" plans and
lo build as far as tho money on hand
will allow. Then Congress will be
asked for more to lliilsh the work
Tho constuictlun of the lepiosnrl-
urn has been turned over to thu Ma
rino Hospital Seivlco. which Onver
nor Hear siys will grc. ly expedite
matters mid do iuwij with u large
amount or tho led tupo that usually
uclajs such wink
REWARD OFFERED FOR
Sheriff S lifers of Maul In arter two
Chinese nimdoiers, nnd has sent a cli
tulnr coiitalnliih a dcscilpttou or
'Iiqiii to tho locul pulliu V'lt without
giving mi rurtliei details about the
WANini) rOR MUUDlMt.
A reward of S30U0 will be olfercd to
all person or poisons rurnlshliig In-
roimatlon that will bring about the
lupture and airesl of the following
Yip Chal, Chinese. Height, 5 ft li or
0 In ; build, medium; face, sharp;
ccs, small, dirk brown; nose, small
and high nt hildgo, complexion, vciy
lair; age, about . I or "5 enrs; wcais
no queue, ball j ailed In middle, erj
I .co l.at, alias Lie I.uck. Helgltt, Ci
ft. 1 or a in , build, thick; fate, small; I
toinplexioii, d.uk for Chinese, lindj
flticiie when last seen, smallpox maiksl
on face, most prominent on cheek I
bones; ng:, nlxmt 4n )enrs; when last
seen both men had no mustache.
CBET- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -W
t 5 fr ! l-
In tho abeenco of tin expiess cove
nant bv the landlord to icnulr. a ten
ant leasing u housclot with liullillugii
thereon is not leiieveu or iiib iinmiii Kaanaiall, 2 oom school
to pa rent b abandoning tho prem-' llolIsp uld te.uhers' apart-
ISCU Oil IIIO glOllllll II1UI IIIU IIU1II11IIK3
!mvo bccoiuo bo Insanltai ns to bo tin
'nhabltable. Id relatting surrender
Reletting Hie premises after aband
onment bv a tenant Is not acnulesc-
entoln a buriemier when ntconipanled
0 expiess iiihcuiuiiei ui mis iiii.-m.
is the shipment of ChoIce.Fruits to
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. King,
Take it after ovcr-cating or
over-di inking. Take it when
you don't feel just light.
Supciintenilcnt Ilablillt today sent a, '
etter to Governor 1 iur oiilllnliig the
needs of the Depirtuicut or Piihllu In- j
Ftimtlon In the w.n of new mlmoll
l'u.irtw. etc. which he hoies to havo
built nit o: tho mono ilulved fiom
the sale ol (no IVrriicnlal bonds. Ills
iiuier, iuiiiis i ne upci llliatlons and
remarks coikciiiIiik the illlferent
i-chools. Is ;ih follows
I Honolulu, f I. f i.l.. . -. tnr.
His i:celleiiey V r Prtai, (loveruor
or Hawaii, Honolulu. T II
Sir- In iiccoidaino with jour mi(..
Kcstlon b telephone this morning, 1
send j on herewith list ()i buildings
contemplated under iho mw Loan Ap
propriation This II I t nk ,,.,. I...
I Island and the nnioinus of comse, aro
! omen lint npproxlinuie but shov. tho
luims nskel from tin MH Icclslatmo
ir me crccuon oi tiifse liiilhllngs. I
Ihopo In many cases to be able tu mako
t. luuBiurilllJIU faviMK
Hanalcl, new 3-rooni school-
Wallnr.i. n lilttbet iimm t r,tn tu
j!laiiapepe, new 8 or 10 room
sciiooi noiiso mill teachers
cottage to nmmmiodsitu 3
oi I tenehoiB 7,r,00 00
Total for Kauai
Walmanalo tcaihor's cottage Jl.nnooo
Knllua. comblueil kcIiooI and
tottago . 2.M0 00
Wahl.iwn, new I or 2 room
school house ,500 Oil
Wnkinae, new I or C loom
siliool house ami cottage. n.OOOfjO
Ilonoullull, new 5 or C room
school house C.OOO 00
Wnlpahu, two additional
rooms . . l,!J0n.0O
Alca, 1 or iiiKslbl) 2 new
looms .... 1,000 00
Miiuoa, constitution of 1
loom building in place or
2 small moms now on tho
schoil picinlscs 1,500 00
Total for Oihu $21,250 00
lilalno, teacliers" cottage ... 1,800 00
Kcanae, new J-ioom school
loom mid cotliigo 3,500 00
Hnelo, teacheis' lottago .. . Cuu 00
Pala, new S or 10 loom school
house iiuil teacheis' cot
tage 11,000 00
Kaupakalui, teachers' cot
Kcokca, teachers' cottago and
additional 1 oi J rooms for
the si boil building 3.300 00
Klhel, teacheis' lottago .... 1,50000
Knllua, 2 room school hoiiso
with posslbl 1 teacher's
apartment 2,000 00
fjpicckclsvllle, tuilius' cot
tage 1,200 00
.Wnlhee, te.ichern' mttngo to
accommodate ,1 or t teach
.ahaliia. aildltlonal room'
meats . .
Olownlu, new 1 mini Behoof
house and tei her's apart
ment Knlaiipapa, new 1 room
' ,ua( nctt ,,,, 1,',,'i'hliiig'
' Kiiiniakukiil. new 1 loom
Knmalo, to idiom" cottage
Total for Maul .
.S 10,000 00
Alnakea, 5 or i loom build
ing , $ fi.OOOOO
Ilonomakuu. aildltlonal room 1,500 00
llonokua. new 6 or room
school house mid enlarge
! cottago 0,00000
IPaaiillo. now 5 or 0 room
school houso 0,000 00
T.iiiii.ilioelioe new room . . . 1.500 00
Pnhukiiiiiikii. new 3 room
sc hool houso 3,000.00
Kulwiki. teacheis' lottuge .. 2,000 00
Pepeekco, 2 or 3 loom school
i house unci new teachers'
, cottago 4.5OO0"
Walakeauka, new sc hool
rnhala. new .1 m t loom
school house and teachers'
cottage L500 00
Walohluu, new teachers' cot
Alae, .now 2 mom scliool
m Fi my
Suggested. To Bring The
Tho action of the Uoird of Health
In declining to grant tho Wnllach pe
tition beforo he has produced pi oof
to substantiate his claims, has cre
ated a great stir among tho Hawnli
ans, and their loadors, who Blgned the
famous Aala resolution, were this
morning busy courerilng with each
other ns to what step should bo taken
next. They sta e that thoj havo by
no means as et given up the light,
but so far thoy have not decided upon
what means they will ndopt, nl-
though suggestions havo been very
lllU rilfiiltrvriii fit 111 t. iiia( It I n .
"'-""' VMIIIIIlh Ul 111, UtUlU
I nil Nagatau rermimtez held a meet-.
nig In tho hitter's ofllce Hero vnrl-
to n general meeting of all tho lead-
era which U to lako place this atter-
cou at 5 o'clock. I
"I bcllove that It might bo a good.
idea to rcveit to tho rornier plan or
having the Ccntiai Committee paBs u
resolution nskinc the Hoard ot Health
to grant Wnllach ti trial under ccr-
lain conditions," said Lane. "In
spite or all It has said, tho Hoard has
now dilveu tho matter Into politics.',
.. I , l 11. .
rid this course might produce results.
jiic-ro iiao ueen many otlior plans
suggested, but wo will not declilo up-
cu what courso we will tako beioro'
l he leaders all get together.
"One thing I will sa, and that
that I absolutely dlsagreo with tho
statement mado by Notley that tho
next Legislature should pass a law
Oolng aw.i with segregation. I he-1
heve that nothing would moio quick
ly bring about IVI-ral control or tho
settlement than that, and I do not
believe that that would br dcslied b)
tho majority ot the Hawaiian people "
"Wo aro going to get together
aguln as feu merly," said rcrnandcz.
And this tlmo wo will enlist tho aid
cf the liuolo smpathlzcrs with our
movement. Among them Is W. O.
Smith and man others. Thcro have
been about ten ilHTcrent plans sug
gested so far, but I cannot tell ou
what thoy mo I believe that it Is
possible that all this may lead to Ted
c ral control ot tho settlement, and
thcro are many Hnwalians who aro
Inclined to think that In view of
what has happened, this would be u
good thing They feel that tho
Hoard of Health has not given them
a square deal, nnd think that thcro
Is a ciiunco that the Tcderal Govern
ment might give It to them."
"I certainly do not believe In tho
suggestion that the coming I.cgisla
tuio should pass a law abolishing seg
regation," said Chllllugvvorth. "And
1 will light such a thing for nil I am
.worth. I do not bollnvo that Federal
control will bo a good thing, as the
Hawailaiis would not ll'co It.
"There linve been hundreds of sug
gestions mado or how wo can got tho
(Continued on Pane 5)
! $ ! ,
houso nnd teachers' cot
tage ... . 3,00000
Keaullou, teacher's cottage. 1,500.00
Total for Hawaii 113,500 00
The Leglslatiuo mil allowed t3C,
r.o on fnr Hip Islmul nf HiLwntl. theie-
fore It will bo necessary to cut on tho
Items above S7,2GOQO
I ttlmll he cl.ul It. M11V tllllO to take
up and disc uss an of these items on
illicit ou deslio further information
Ver respectfully ours,
W It IIAI1HITT.
iFiiperlntendent of Public Instruction.
It Is reported this afternoon that
ti.n iVfiii.iMiitc. h.ivn had mandamus
Ijiapers diawn up to be presented to the
Circuit com i to compel uiu n
dent and membeis of the Hoaid of
i.n.iith to come Into Court and snow
cause. If an, wli the retuso to al
low Wallach to treat lepeis inuniu
Clillllngworth Is repot ted to have the
rupers, which nave not jei ueeu inu-
iirn.lv I'lnincitiB. n iiegm. wiib arrest
ed thlB nftcinoon on a charge of niti
ilicm. It Is ullegcd Hint ho lilt tho ear
ot it woman, named Kuauohl.
HEW Y0RKi M- y) 0ct 25.-1110 United Slates Reliance Bank,
lhe Flnt Natlonai ot Brooklyn anl the International Trust Cbmpany
have SUSpCnded. These are comparative! small institutions.
Thc stock malket fimer mi a pool of ten m,ulons 0f tlollais
)m5 been orG!,nized to aid the Stock Exchange.
t London and Pans report a rccovciy of the market.
PROVIDENCE COMPANY GOES DOWN
wlth uranchcs at East Greenwich aiy.
ROME, Italy, Oct. 25. There have
been a few fresh earthquake shocks
today, but little damage. The Pope
na the Uovcrmcent are aiding the
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Ill I I' llltlll ilil" filtt'll IIIL OHM 1 II'
(lfl cfrpct tllllt ,, SaMla ,. , , ,)U
the ir.nnrni leim. Snmitna nnd
Ventura ot tin Oceanic (ompnii)
New Jertc Christian Science couple
lavo been convicted or manslaughter
ls'ff falling to call ji phslclan In time
' Me ,uelr " i
should carry a good sized
accident policy in the Stan
dard Accident Insurance Co.
Accidents WILL happen in
the bcst-rcgulatcd autos.
Call and talk the matter
over with our insurance
$& Company Ltd,
Port St. flcnoliip
NOW ON AT
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.
0H, SO EASY!
Sizes 5 to 8 ..$1.25
Sizes 8 to 11... $1.50
Sizes 11 to 12... $1.75
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET.
Central Falls has suspended,
' In fflfii 5 &1 fT B"
luKtrmtril Pim fprrUit L'nLlrJ
VIENNA, Austria, Oct. 25. The
condition of Emperor Franz Joseph
is satisfactory. '
M' Utttil I'UHM Hptt ul nhlt
BALTIMORE, Md., Oct 25. Tho
British steamer Fampico has been
abandoned at sea. The crew was
OUT Or THE DEPTHS
VANCOUVER, B. C, Oct. 25.
Thc steamship Empress of China that
sank at its dock yesterday has been
Salurdav cveulng In honor or Com.
nodule Itut'hanl and thentllrcis of tin)
Trench ciulsei tUtlnnt Th'se otllceis
li'ivo made man friend'' In Honolulu,
who will p to this farewell hop In
i uicir minor
OH, SO BASYJ
Ladies $2.00 3
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