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Viom San Francisco: ' 4
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For San Francisco:
Mniichurtn Auk. 10
Aorangl Auk. 22
Manuka Aug. 13
Bulletin Ad service is good service it reaches the people who buy the goods
To A Tenantless House Ii a
BULLETIN WANT AD.
VOL. X. NO. 4076
8 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HA WAP, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. 1908-8 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
ENGINEERS ORDERED to HONOLULU in NOVEMBER
htl i i . ii -,
HELD ON AUG. 24
DnlcR.ito Jiinnli Knlanlannolo cull
(it mi (lovcrnor Frcnr again tills mom
lug .mil Intel a short mnfcicncc with
lilnt lognrcllng tilt: final arrangements
for the tariff conference.
11c Ih taking tlm miiltor in hanil, to
ti Rrc.it extent with ttic advice nml
nsslstnnco of the Chief Executive, ami
his nUlilty and Intercut In the tnilff
proposition has -itnrted the lull roll
ing In I he right direction, (lovcrnor
Two Soldiers Brutally
Beat and Rob Woo
.tewclhi Singh, an old Hindoo who
1 1 cm on the windwaiil side of the Isl
and nc.tr tlio lleoln mill, wnti assault -cd
last nlKhl by two solillois, beaten,
mil lobbed of one dollar. comprising
his wotldly fiutune. Hn walked nil
the way into town. arriving bright
mid parly IliU morning 1eJ lay his
loniphtlnt beforo the pollco here.
It was shortly after Jl o'clock lust
nlRht, when Jcwclla was sound asleep
in hlu cabin, that he was awakened
by someone eiileiliiR tho premises. Ho
h.ijh that one man came in Hint; n
soldier In uniform, with leggrmj on,
and n icvohcr strapped to hnOiolt.
The details of tho affair nro notjClonr,
but the old man tolls a pietty strnlRht
Hnry. He was hit oti the head with
tho butt end of a lovolver In tho sol
dier's hand. Soon, :i sciond sohllor
Joined the marnuder, and toRcthcr
they went throuRh him and relieved
him of one dollar, all thu money ho
npeakois for the Democratic
iiiasH mectiiif; to be held 'Iiiuih
day nlRht at Aal.i Park were flu
ally chosen this morning, Thu
follow InR huvo been nskod In
nduiii Iho lostruin: K. M. Wat
son, F, It. Harvey, Jndgo QuarlrH,
J. I.. Coke, JudRU Kdlngs, Col.
MeCaitliy, mid tho Her. Keklpe.
0. ,.!.' Waller will uct as chair
man of tho muting.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
has his nreferencc in SHIRTS.
m brand, and some another.
So wc Keep them all. You
I Star, Wilson
SHIRTS, the handsomsst and best-wearing shirts that you
'can wear. ,
You can't see tlicm without wanting to own them; ev
erybody is admiring them in our windows-
Wc have a Fine Assortment of NEW NECKWEAR.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Krcnr this mninliiR staled that evcry
thhiR war. practically ready for the
Tlio dnto for this has hceu set for
AiiruhI 21th, and the mcctliiR will lie.
I held in tlio roams of the Chamber of
Commerce. In order that represen
tatives from nil the lcadliiR commer
cial hodlcs and Industrial associations
may ho fully apprised of the confer
ence, invitations will ho Issued to
these and to vai lous other persons.
had, whlrlt had been Riven him tho
day bofoio by a school-teacher, in tho
This as all the money about tho
place. The hum' wciiUthrough tho
bonne also and then left.
Ycsterdui, a company of soldiers
from Fort Slmftor,. who aro tramping
Aiound the Isliitnl, was ramped near
tho place, and durinR tho afternoon
soino of them wcro drlnkine. It Is
supposed that bonie of theso nro re
sponsible, for tho assault.
Singh sas tho men wcro drunk.,
Tho old Hindu appeared at tho po
lice station this morniiiR, covered
with blood, and with his noso appar
ently well caved in by tho forco of a
blow with tho butt end of a revol
ver, ho says. Had It not been for
about L'O yards of white cloth wound
bis head, his turban, it is probable
that ho would have had a bloody and
cracked head as well to show for his
Wal'aliia MiRjr stock' wan
stroiiR nRalii today, selling aL.nn
adiancn nf .". points. Ninety dol- f
4- lnrs wan paid, and It was held
f for $9l.r0. Ilonokaa was also 4
strong, tolling for $11.50 with $15
f asked. -t-
Tlio baby of Mis. Mniy (lonuar, wid
ow of n laborer, died of starvation at
Alton. Ill, after I bn woman In.! b.icii
tho $1500 insuranco left her tor flitu
clothes and a parrot, paying ?400 for
mo mni. wnicu also siiiricu 10 uei'in
Sonic nrcfer one standard
II find, in our
Famous Case Brought To
Notice By Memo
The famous Lowrlc-llaldwln suit Is
iiriiIii beforo the court.
In tho matter of the suit of Wil
liam J. I-owrle is. II. 1'. Ilaldwin ct
nl., mctnoiiindum for tho defendants,
H. I. Ilaldwin and J. I". Cooke, on tho
taxation of costs of the suit, have
been filed. The case itself Is nn old
fight, huviiiR originated at the tlmo
when Iviwrlo was let nut as manager
of tho Hnwnilnn Commercial and Su
gar Company contrary, as ho alleged,
to n conduct that he had with tho
company. Ills nllegcd contract was
to tho effect that ho be retained lift
manager of the company until ho
could pay for certain shares of stock
In tho concern. Ilcing discharged at
this time, ho claimed that ho was
without salary and was therefore
forced to sell what stock ho had at
nppionlmatcly $150,000. This stock
was later sold for u sum In the neigh
borhood of Ifiim.OOO, mid l.owrlo
mora recently sued thu company for
the difference, umoimtltiR to about
$400,0011. Tho care was fought for
something incr n year, nnd finally
"" " ' (Continnedon Page 2)
GRAND JURY CASES
ARE SET FORWARD
No Pleas Entered In
Cases Before Judge
In the matter of tho Grand Jury
indictments, which were brought in
to Judge Do Holt yesterday after
noon, no pleas wcro cnteied In tho
cases which woro called this morn
ing, these being set ahead for vr
rnlgnmcnt and plea.
However, Hiimon Kodrlgues was
arraigned, Unit his case set forward
to tho 18th. Ills ball was fixed at
$5,000. Ho Is charged with rape.
Alexandria Maria Pak Cliee, Indicted
ou a charge of adultery, reserved her
plea until the 18th of this month',
Sho was relented on her own recogni
zance. David Keycs, the man who
stolo a moving picture machine from
Father Valentin, had his case con
tinued until tho 10th also for his
pica. Tho case of K. Anno, charged
with belling boozo without a license,
was sot for August 18th for arraign
ment and plea.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S.
Fire Insurance is an
anchor to windward
when the mainmast is
gone arid breakers are
It comes when "you
need it most
I We represent re
liable, dollar - for -
I ..I -vImmCI
Ilerausc of the apparent breakage
In tho engine room of thu Mauna Kea.
the pride of thu IntciMsland licet, sho
stopped 'off Diamond Head to repair
the plllkla before she proceeded to
llllo this afternoon
According to the I.'hiiiumd ) lead
lookout, sho whs dchied there tor an
hour. No signal or disticss was hoist
id nn the mast, but there was some
thing doing on board thu stpamer.
Shortly-after thu Mauna Kea passed
Diamond Head sho was scon slowing
down nnd finally swung about nnd
I'oit Cnptuln llngliiud o." tho Inter
Nlnnd fleet, when seen this afternoon
Mated Unit prob.ibly Captain Free
ninu was limply adjusting tho com
Otwel! Goes To Site
Of New Molokai
Captain Otwcll, tho United States
engineer. Is on a trip this afternoon
to Molokai for tho purpose of getting
work on the new light under way nt
once. Ho goes on tho steamer Jns.
Makce. Later he will mako a tour
of Inspactlon, and will get a loud of
hand from some good beach while ho
A rock crusher will bo Installed at
tho scene of tho labors nn the new
Molokai light, for the concrete woik.
Materials and supplies aro being tak
en over today on the .Makce, nnd ev
erything is In readiness for actual
construction to commence actively.
DREIER WjlL CONTEST
Tho contest of tho Drolor will was
again, taken up this afternoon, with
Frank Thompson on tho witness
stand. His testimony ip until 3
o'clock had to do with thu signing of
tho trust deed, when, how, nnd where,
Thompson refused to answer n num
bcr of questions put to him by Attoi.
noy I'rosser on tho ground thut they
wcro confidential betwecu client and
Men engaged In opening nn old wull
on tho farm of William Stnmm In tho
search for tho bodies of tho two miss
lug sons of Stamm hnvo been forced
to stop work on account of overpower
lug odors, according to reports nuido
to tho sheriff of tho county at Chcs
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvee a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
S.S. Hilonian, Aug. llth
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S, KING.
' 185 S. KING STREET.
Had Many Cigars
Lail I'ol Chung, a Chinese water
carrier for tho stevedores down at tho
Hackfcld dock, who hod what ho con
ceived to be a very bright Idea In tho
smuggling line, Is now under arrest,
being caught "In Iho act" by Customs
officials. Lnu Pol was doing tho
strong-man stunt with a big bucket o:
ivtuvr iubi en-unit; m we lueunisiiiii
Manchuria, carrying water from tho
dock to tho stcu-dorca aboard the
Ho would supposedly go In with n
full bucket ami come out with an
empty one. Hut the Inst tlmo ho
came out of thu hut 1 of tile great liner
he brought a half-bucket of really ex
cellent cigars. A shapcyed nephow
of Uncle Ham In the person of a cus
toms official was nigh and poor l-au
I'ol was forthwith placed under arrest.
When searched at the imjIIco station,
the smuggler of smokes was found
to be n man who disdained the allecod
security of local banks and banking1
houses, for wrnppod tightly around his
waist underneath his clothing, was n
belt brie containing a draft for' $600
on a Hongkong bank, $30 In gold, and
iu inu iiucKem m inn iruuserg nu USA
Iho neat sum of $8.40. stowed away,
l.au I'ol Chung' wlll.be dealt with
by tho Federal omclals-on-trTtmrgu of
IN BUILDING FIELD
Haole Contractors Are
Underbid in Majority
Oriental contractors are very suc
cessfully underbidding tbe haole men
lately. In fact. It Is stated on Rood
authority that 7G per cent, of the
building is now being done by Ori
entals to the exclusion of haoles.
An Inspection of tho jobs which
have In tho last ten days gone out
from tho office of II. L. Kerr, for In
stance, will show how tho game Is
going now. Tho Jobs have been:
1. Ham, for J. A. McCandlcss, In
Nuunnu valley; cost $2000; contrac
tor, S. Scgawa.'
2. Cottage, for Itev. Olson, In Ma
nna valley; cost $2000; contractor,
Itlver Mill (Chinese).
3. Two-story residence, for W. T.
Schmidt, In Manoa valley; cost $4,
400; contractor, River Mill.
(Continued on Page J)
FINEST IN THE CITY AT
Drug Co., Ltd.
in our boys Watch 'Em Go I
TO SURVEY OAHU
WASHINGTON, O. C, Aug. 11 A company of engineers now sta
tioned at Fort Mason hat been ordered to sail for Honolulu in Novem
ber to undertake surveys for the fortifications of Honolulu and Pearl Har
The coming of this company of engineers Is a detail in the develop
ment of Honolulu, I'carl Harbor, an 1 the Island of Oahu as the great.
American stronghold of the l'aclllc.
For Atlantic Fleet
AUCKLAND, N. Z., Aug. 11. The bfficen of the American Atlantic
Battleship Fleet were honored todav by a magnificent State ball atths
uoTcrnmcni npu,K. iionccns were given lor uic men, woo were tcu
shore liberty in large numbers.
KaisBT Greets King
CR0NBEB0, Germany, Aue. 11.
Edward VII. on his" arrival here todiv on a diplomatic mission intended
to strengthen the ties of, friendship between Germany and England.
Looking For Trouble
WILLEMSTAD. Curacoa. D. W. I.. Aue. 11. The Geldcrland has
conveyed arms to the Island of Aruba
SAILED FOR THE CARIBBEAN
THE HAGUE, Aug. 11. The Jacob van Hecmsmerk has sailed for
the Caribbean Sea.
"Tis Brother John
CHICAGO, 111.. Autr. 11. Peter Claudianes. the Greek accused of
dynamiting jtho property of ex-Sapervisor Gallagher, declares that his
brother John is the guilty one. It was the brother John's confession'
tna tied to tne pursuit and nnal arrest in this city yesterday of Peter.
Sultan Will Pay
CONSTANTINOPLE. TnrVev. Ann- 11 Tb Kiilt.n urill . rn it,.
Parliament building out of his private purse-
'Diamond" Russia Blucher Bals
This is a Business Man's Shoe, built
for comfort and wear.
At the same time, the appearance
is not neglected- It Is a neat, natty
shoe, and very popular with all busi
Shoe Co., Ltd.
Kaiser Wilhelm welcomed King
in anticipation of trouble with
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