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The Merchant And His Goods Are Soon
EVERYBODY reads the news
paper. It is a daily necessity, be
cause the information it contains
concerns the life of the people. It
is an, educational agency, a guide
and a constant helpmeet. Adver
tising in a dftily paper broadcasts
the knowledge of what the mer
chant can do for the people. The
BULLETIN is an example of
the sine reliance of the experi
enced business in an in the up
building of his trade. :: :: :: ::
From San Francisco: v
Manchuria . . Oct. 30
llllonlau Oct. 31
For San Francisco:
Persia Nov. 1
Alameda.... Nor. C
From Vancouver: ,
Mlowcraitf Nov. 10
Aorangt Nov. 13
Evening , Bulletin
IF A BULLETIN AD IS USED
VOL. IX. NO. 3832
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY' OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1907-12 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
WORK IS STOPPED BUT
WILL BEGIN ANEW
Tli contract with h. M. While
lionso tn construct the Nuiiatiti dam
has liccu cancelled. Thin action,
which mentis an cntlro now deal In
legnrd to tlio construction of tho l)lg
project up tho valley, was taken this
morning when an agreement was
signed by Whltchouso on ono part
and Superintendent of Puollc Works
llollowuy on tho other that tho con
tract bo ubrogatoil from October 31.
This solution' At the long-continued
difficulties over tho building ot
this structure cutno unexpectedly.
Secretary Mott-Smlth stated that bo
did not expect, Jhffjnatter to be end
ed so socm. '
Just what cqurso wltl'bo taken
now 'is not yot' 'decided. Tho Terri
tory may go ahead and build tho
dam Itself, tho work being done un
der tho Department ot Public Works,
or bids may be called (or nhd a now
contract entered Into. Governor
J'rcnr states that It will depend upon
circumstances as to which courso Is
Secretary Mott-Smlth, howover,
stated that new specifications will bo
prepared for tho completion ot tho
I'nm, and that tenders will probuhly
be advertised for. When tho now
bids come tn. It will depend upon tho
amounts as to whether im ono of
them Is accepted or not.
If they uro within tho 1132,000
appropriated tor tho work by tho
Legislature, It ts posslblo that tho
Territory may lot tho work out by
contract. If not, it will bo done by
tho Department of Public Works.
What inducements wcro ottered
Whltchouso to relinquish his con
tract nono of tho purtics concerned
will stale. Hut that tho matter was
put up to tho contractor In such a
way that ho was glad to turn loose Is
"Wo brought up several consider
ations for Mr. Whltchouso to consld
er," said Governor Krear, "and ho
considered them, and then acted
wisely both for his own good and
for ours." And tnt Is all tho Gov-
ornv will say along that line.
Hut Governor Krear, Secretory
Mott-Smlth mid Attorney General
llcmenwuy' nil express themselves as
very much dlssutlslled with tho way
too work hus been dono up to this
Imo, and Governor Krear expresses
bis disapproval of tho kind (if con
tract under which the work has been
dono hitherto, uhd states that If a
new contract Is entered Into It will
bo for the completion ot tho dnm
and not any mixed schedule calling
for clearing ho much land, hauling
to much rock, and earth, etc.
Whltehouxe and llollnway.wcre In
conference with 'Secretary Mott-Smlth
ii nd Attorney General Hcmeuway
nearly all tho morning, and tho ngrco
ment which canio as a result wa3
stgned Just at 12 o'clock. It Is evi
dent that strong pressure was brought
to bear on tho contractor, and ho was
glad to turn loose.
Governor Krear stutcr that tho Gov
ernment had been In a hurry to get
tne matter settled up as soon as pos
r.lble, because thcro Is (132,000 lying
in the vaults ready to bo dovoted to
tho completing of tho dam and ho
wanted tn have work resumed as soon
as could bo
Whether or not 1132,000 will bo suf-
uclcnt to complete the project Gover
nor Krear says ho Is not prepared to
say, but points to tho rciwrt ot Engl
neor Schuylor, upon whoso recom
mcndatloii tho Uglstuturo approprlut
t.'d that amount.
But." ho says, "I was ufrald that
If wo continued work under tho Whltc
houso tontract, wo would have the
$132,000 alt spent and still no dam,
and tho S132.000 was to complete tho
Tho cancellation of the contract with
Whltchouso will not mean taking the
matter Into tho courts. Tho Legisla
ture recommended that tho contract
bo abrogated, but there was doubt In
tho minds of not only tho members of
that body but In other quartern as to
vhethcr this could legally bo dono.
Whothcr Whllohnuso would havo had
any standing before a court had ho at
tempted to start litigation canuot ho
stated. All that Is known is that con
siderations wcro presented to him
which wcro sufficient to make him let
"I think Mr. Whltchouso got oil
mighty easy," said Secretary Molt
(Continued on Page 2)
Bulletin Girls At Los Angeles'CRISIS
MADU IN NCW YORK
For rainy days and for
evening wear over your
tuxedo or dress suit.
Light, long' and lasting.
Cut and made in the latest
style by Alfred Benjamin &
One of these handsome
coats should be in every
Prices $18.50 and $22.50.
The Kash Co.,
COR. FORT and HOTEL.
UsV viSiSiSiSiSK flHPHlilSA f Hr 7r r 'lAtliTi. m
IsisisisisisisHiisilBisisH 'T A Hw BP E2
l Anttnrtntrtt t Spn iiit f tihlr
NEW YOR! N. Y.. Oct. 20. The
Terminal Bans of Brooklyn suspen
ded today. The stock market closed
trong and it is believed the ensis is
(.tAA",lrirr, I'rrtm tfpr. uil Cthlr
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Oct. 20.
Tne football scores for games played
today arc as follows: Cornell 0,
Princeton 3. Carlisle Indians 25,
University of Pennsylvania G. Har
vard 9, Springfield Training School
rf i n 4
Y A RECENT MAIL the
Bulletin was favored
with a photograph of the
Bulletin party taken at,
1,03 nngcies. me pnoio
was sent by R. Springer of the Losj
Angeles Examiner staff who will be
remembered as one of the Southern!
California editorial party that visit
ed the Islands. On the back of the
photo was the accompanying sketch
by Mr. Springer that demonstrates
he has not forgotten Diamond Head
T.ma ttf tlm nirlc tn11 tlnte flint
J.lllima ui m h1-" "' " -,
(hey look happy and well-fed. For,
those not' acquainted with the young
women uhcy are pointed out:
Back Row, from left to right
Rose" Aloiau of Kauai, Lillian Mun
don of Kauai, Hester Lemon of Ho
nolulu, Mrs. Wcathcrrcd chapcronc,
Katie Sadler of Hakalau, Hattie sat
trey of Honokaa.
Front Row Emma Rose of Hono
lulu, Daisy Todd of Hilo, Bemicc
Dwight .of Honolulu, and L. Callic,
Lucas of Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Oct. 26.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 0s. 3 3-4d. "Par
ity, 3.05 cents. Previous quotation,
(jjlxA.- v ijjs
I"- " - srs CZ.M?
.jf ' s Cw "
FEARLESS MEN SUE SPRECKELS
t i9ntntctt I'rtBf 8pn Urt Cnhle
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 26.
Admiral Ewns' battleship fleet will
depart for the Pacific Coast on De-
Hull whs filed HiIh iifii'riiuim by,
Attorney J. J. Dunne, acting for cer
tain mcnibcrH of tno crew ot tho tugt
Kcurlcss, against .loiiu u. npreiKcia,
.i Urns. Coinnanv. to recover a large i
. .. .......... .. .......... rpiin
mil inuciiuiio iiuiuuni m iiiuiiuj. "
monoy -la cliilmoil by tho crow to no
duo them as their sharo ot tho sal
ugo curned by tho Kcatlces In tho
halving of four cbkc1s. Tio suit Is
entitled ,I.'M. I.lttlo ct nl. cisus .1.
is the shipment of Choice Fruits to
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. Kinir. Phono 15.
!. KprcckolM II"" Co. Mi kiIwiro cjiifi In Ilin tug. Jnliri
Mr. Diiiiiio rol.itcil tho lilslory audji) Spu'ckolr look It all and stiak It
rciu,ons of tho suit this morning. ,,"w N :cKct
"Somo time ago,'' ho said, "thol, "T'"' n'0'''l;" J I'10 " 'I''""1
., ... , . , ., .. ,, ,., ,, i Hi ik that Ibis Is r ghl. T hoy hcllovo
.irltlih lmiklh.ii wont n tho rcor.lhal 8h()1(, rpccvo a riwn ()(
bho was limil;il off by tho l'carlchM,.l0 110Iley ,, Ucy ,mvo 1K(11 Hn n
Tho HrneHt lteoi- also wont on thu,,,r,K ,llIs, bllU , onalilo tticm j Ket 1L.
icof. She, too, was pulled olT by tho "This Is tho llrst suit of tho kind
tug Kcarless. fthiit has ever been brought hcie. Thero
"I,nst year Ilin steamship Mnnchu-ui.iMi been similar bulls, however, on
I la went on tho locks near R.iiihlt!in Atlantic Court and In Kngliiiid.
iui.... i ii... VnnriMi ui,in,i in 'mid In those ciihes tho lourls hac
iniil ll'li II nit Ilin i v.iun' ""'I !. .. .. .. .
uilvlng her. The tinnsporl Slicriduu
inn on tho icet off Ilailier's l'olnt,
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
I sMr wtmi I 4-1
;: wuuiJdiijT Liu,
rOfi Of. UtPOlUl"
MANILA, P. I., Oct. 26. Secre
tary Taft was in an accident today
on the Manila-Da gupan Railway. He
was not injured.
9orUitetl 'rrjta KjrcM( Citblrl
WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. 20.
The President has issued a procla
mation naming Nov. 28 as Thanks
FAVORS TWO STATES
Aanoiitttctl 'Iran Uprciat Cnblr
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 26.
President Roosevelt has made known
that ho approves separate Statehood
for Arizona and New Mexico.
"lies pardon, sir," said thn awk
ward waiter, "but was that last iiic.il
"Not all of It, garton," rcplli'd tho
guest us ho uioclily rubbed his much
(.paltered trousers, "only tho soup."
NOW ON AT
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.
Take it after over-eating or
over-drinking. Take it when
you don't feel just right.
fVm ro ot thn
iccoivcd snlvago. As
uud In this cuso also
"Kor all thobo" cases John D. Spree-
Kcls & llros. Co., tho
to tho amount thoy lecctvod, I can
not stato dellnltoly, but only on In
formation and belief, but I Intend to
ask leave of tho coin t to proe thut
on tho hearing
"The Don was woith 'J2S,0OU The
Itcei was uoilh 175,000; tho Mini
'hut 1.1 n million and a half mid the
Sheridan half i ml. linn. 1 or sulvlng
Iho Don thn onncis ot tho I'eurless, 1
understand, rcieied 2500. Thoy got
S 1000. I don't Know wh.it amount of
lliu s.ilai;e In the Miinchuihi and
Sheiidail c:i en goes to tint owners of
"But tho tug was operated by a cap
tain, mate, engineers aiu llrcmcu.
Theso men did not iccolvo ono cent ol
'in Id that the new of k, sulvlng essc
Is entitled to a peircntago of tho salv
age. "This Is tho- attitude of tho Hulled
t'mtes Government toward Iho sailor
of tho navy. The United Slates can
pot very well collect salvage, but In
thn event of war tho men of n vessel
nro entitled to pilzo mniip). Tho Unit
ed Slates does not tnko It anil keep It.
t gives It to tho men."
"This suit will be llled this after-
t.oon about 2 n i lock
DIE ill iPilil
In honor of t'ommodoie Iluchaid
and tho nfl'rcrs of tho cruiser t'litlnaL
I.leutcnnnt Coiuiuiiuder Johnson and
thu ollUeis of the Albiitioss will hi
Pioie than weUoiue. On Suudn a con
ceit will be glu-n during the afternoon
Evening Dulletln 75i per month.
HjALi ... .. . A'.MIIU. 't . .-.,,..,1
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and comfort that .is the result
of years of trial. There is no
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ue is in them and we guar
This No. 525 "Domino"
Inst is a splendid shoe for all
atound wear for men. It's a
vtci bluchcr bal with mat top,
receding toe, low Cuban heel,
and good extension welt sole.
The price is $5.00.
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1051 FORT STREET.
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