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For San Francisco:
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Aeraugl Oct. 14
VOL. X. NO. 4IJ5
FORMER ASSAILS ROOSEVELT AND TAR
MATSONUN INFORMED of CONSOLIDATION
MANILA, P. I.. Sept. 25. The
cholera is decreasing in the city, but
it may be necessary to postpone the
program for reception and entertain
ment of the Atlantic Fleet until it
returns from Japan.
Lord Northcote, former Governor
General of Australia, is here.
SAN FBANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 25.
SUGAR: Beets. 83 annlysis, 9s. 6d.
Parity, 3.00 cents. Previous quota
tion, 0s. Od.
Thnt very sharp practlco was In
dulged In In tliu Demociatlc conven
tion, uml Unit tlio candidates who
were tlio victims thereof nro feeling
cry Fori, In tlio Kind news which
the Republican leudorH are discussing
today. The charge is made that In
the fight for the nomination for
County Auditor Andeiwm and his
fciipportets mado use of lendy-mado
ballots which they substituted for
the ballots niacin out by the delegates
for candidates other than Anderson,
especially for Fred. Turrlll.
Turrill Confirms It
What adds weight to this tale is
tlio fact that Turrlll himself stntes
that this was the case, and that ho
Baw It done.
The Republicans say that Turrlll
was defeated In Ills fight for the
Audltorshlp by these means, and that
ho would have been nominated by u
(Continued on Page 2)
A quiet settlement of the harbor
dredging illlhculty Is being perfected
between the United States Engineer's
office nnd the contractors. The details
will probably bo given out In a fow
days. It Is understood that the whole
matter hinges on tlio 'nterprctatlon of
tlio terms of tlio contract.
TBojjriiJn" OttrxUrd. Osrfjjjufo
CORNER PORT AND
y tort Ml
'ALAfJtN. . Htt'VcArtfBm-wrt . fm.tJAA,.tJ .W,,. ,..
Through freight servlco to nnd
from all points In Europe by way of
the Tehuantcpec routn is tlio latest
shipping advantage which tho Amer
ican-Hawaiian lino offers tho busi
ness houses of Hawaii.
This menus thnt shipments may
bo made fioni BuroDean Darts lit
thirty-flvo days. Alld it may also
mean tho development of a market
for Hawaii's products in tho Euro
pean centers. Tho through rate
works both ways.
Agent I'ercy Morse of tho Amorl-
rnn-llawnltan lino received notice of
this new arrangement In a recent
mail and was busy yesterday calling
on tho flftpen or mora firms of Ho
nolulu that have mora or less size
ahlo European shipments during the
year. He found all pleased with tho
prospect and although a 'freight tar
In has not yet beeu quoted, H'ls, be-
lloved that 'It will be vcry'reason-
"It Beems to me that this direct-
LURLINE TALKED 1100
MILES WITH COAST
Never Out of Communi
cation With The
The I.urllne used her wireless 'with
great success on tho trip down from
San Francisco, talking with the Coast
for a distance of 1100 miles. If the
Kahuku station had been equipped
with a sender, the Matson boat would
not have been out of communication
with tho land at any time.
The great success obtained In talk
ing with tho Coast at a distance of
over halt way here, and tho fact that
tho Kahuku station heard clearly a
message meant for tho Lurllno and
sent all tho way from tho Coast, show
conclusively that as soon as the Kahu
ku plant Is Bending, the trans-Pacific
steamers which are equipped with
wireless will bo at no tlmo out of
communication with San FrancUco.
Tho transformer which Is necessary
to complete the Kahuku station is ex
pected to arrive hero about the 11th
of next month. .. .
Who is the most PAR
TICULAR about tho PIT
and STYLE of his clothes is
the very one we want to
see; he'll never be satisfied
with any others after wear
And the more exacting
the man is, the more cer
tain are we that he will
come to wear our clothes,
sooner or later.
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY.
- HAWAIIAN STARTS
VIA TEHUANTEPEC IN
freight arrangement ought to create
an opportunity for tho pineapple
producers of tho Islands," said Mr.
Homo. "Wo are now prepared to
take freight and deliver it in Lon-
,1(, na iirnmlitlv nu WA ilnHvnr ft In
New York. I'm not so Buro but less
time will be required for the London
shipment. This puts the pineapple
men right in tho midst of n now is the only, all-water route. Ship
pineapple market If thoy feel dis- ments across the Atlantic, across tho
'posed to go there, nnd I think thoy'
should be able to build up a good
business there on the high quality
of tho Hawaiian pines."
Tho European steamship lines
with which the Tchuantepec people J
hava, formed an alliance are tho Roy-
al Mall Steam Packet Company, the
Hamburg-Amortcan line, tho Com
pany Generate TranB-Atlantlque, T.
Lcyland & Co., Ltd., the Harrison
Line, Company TranB-Atlantlque do
Ilarcolopa.'and the Cuban line.
"The proposition Is, of course, an
important detail In. the development
of-the Tehuantcpec line as tho short
IS COMING DOWN
High Class Securities
May Get 6 Per Cent.
One of the brokers of tho city com
menting on the general financial sit
uation stated today that h would not
ho surprised to soo a general reduc
tion of Interest to six per cent.
Money is said to bo plentiful at
the present time and loans on good
security are being sought at very
reasonable interest rates. The easy
money of the present time Is expect
ed to becomo easier because In the
very near future soma 1200,000 of
Maul plantation bonds wlM be paid
off and the money must scok invest
ment In other channels. Also $80,-
000 of Ookala bonds will bo paid oft,
throwing a quarter of n million dol
lars, largely of trust funds, into the
market for now Investment. The
plantation dividends are also con
tinuing without change and accord
ing to present Indications tho price
of sugar will rulo In the vicinity of
four cents for next year.
Consequently tho people with good
(Continued oa Page 2)
Your valuable papers and
jewelry are safe from fire, safe
from burglars and the care
lessness of servants if they
are in one of our SAFE DE
POSIT BOXES FOR RENT
50o per month.
023 FORT ST.
The Bulletin's store offerings save many a dollar
THIRTY - FIVE DAYS
cut between the eastern coast of
America, tho west roast of Europe,
and all points In the Pacific.
That the gain to Hawaii will ha
very great la'well understood when
one knows that a good sbnro of the
European goods that now come to tho
Islands travel the long route by way
of tho Suez Canal and Sydney. That
continent, and then by steamer to
this port ure expensive nnd at the
Fame tlmo require ho much handling
ns to increase the danger of loss from
Mr. Morse in making a canvass of
the Honolulu Importers .found tho
sentiment very favorable.
American-Hawaiian New York ser
vice has proved to satisfactory that
there Is reason to believe tho now
through service to Kurope'will In a
very short .time tako up all tho busi
ness of Hawaii and. It Is hoped, ere'
ate more in the 'Ine of exporting tliu
Kaaa, one of the Inmates of the
Miranda house, which was tho scene
of a fire last evening, died ut the
Queen's Hospital this afternoon as, a
result of tho burns which, ho receiv
ed. No statement was obtained from
him before his death.
Today the other Inmate of tho
house, Kamnllikane, told Kalaklela,
the chief of detectives, a now version
of tho affair. Ho stated that ho and
Kaaa retired early last evening.
Whllo ho wns lying In bod ho saw tho
door to his room open and a mnn en
tered, but he could not sea who It
Was, as thero was no light In tho
house. Kamnllikane called out, ash
ling the stronger who he was, but he
'received no answer. Ho then struck
'a match, nnd whllo he was doing so
the stranger, who he thinks Is a Jap
anese, Btruck him with a hammer.
' IfrinKitill.-nnn (rrnmilail uftM, Din n.nn
Ho managed to wrest the hammer
from htm and he throw 10 Into anoth
At this timo ho noticed thnt his
bed was blazing, but whether it had
beon Ignited by tho match which ho
had dropped, or by the stranger he
could not say. Ho ran out tovcull for
help, and at this timo the stranger
(Continued on Page 2)
FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP
PING leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. XING. PHONE 15,
The Latest Drink At The
Drug Co., Ltd.
SEPTEMBER 25. 1908-8
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Sent. 25.
United States Senator Foraker issued
a statement today in connection with
the charges made by W, R. Hearst,
who produced letters from Archbold
of the Standard Oil, written to the
Mr. Foraker denies the charge of
improper relations with Standard
Oil and then proceeds to assail
Hearst and Taft, also President Roo
sevelt, who branded him as the Sen
ate leader of the reactionaries.
The Archbold letters appear on
Pago 3 of this Issue.
, HELENA, Mont., SepTTSr- A
collision 'took place rhere today on
the Northern Pacific. Two trains
came together in a blinding snow
storm. Twenty-two people were
killed and eleven seriously wounded.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Sept. 25.
The sessions of the Tuberculosis
Congress today were marked by dis
cussions in which Dr. Koch, Dr.
Sternberg, and Dr. Williams of Lon
don took part. '
OAKLAND 1100,000. FIRE
OAKLAND. Calif.. Sept. 25. Fire
in the manufacturing district today
did $100,000. damage before it was
FLOATING THE YANKEE
NEWPORT. R, I., Sept. 25. A
coffer dam is being built to facilitate
the floating of the cruiser "Yankee.
Our Auto Delivery
insures prompt filling of society
and party orders.
A. Y. Cafe
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
Count the Minutes
between the time you 'hand the
boy the message and the time of
Ml I 111-
in the home
Capt. Matson Denies
Story of Large Deal
"Tho first I have heard of any con
solidation with the Inter-Inland of tin'
Matson Company wns after I got here
today," said Captain Matson this
morning, referring to published rum
ors thnt the one company Is about to
buy out the other. "It Is news to m.
I can't sco where it could have orig
inated, I am sure."
This Is his denial, which Is almost
the same as that mado by President
Kennedy of the Inter-Inland Steam
Navigation Company tho other day
When naked us to an arrangement
Newell Will Work To
"I have gono up against seeming Im
possibilities al my life and I do not
despair of getting money from Con
gress for tho purpose of reclaiming
tho waste lands of tlanall."
This was one of the characteristic
statements mado by E. H. Newell, head
of tho United States Iteclnmatlon ser
vlco, this morning to newspapermen.
Mr. Noweu nas me -appearance or a
man who goes about things deliberate
ly, but he also hns the air of determin
ation of 'him who accomplishes that
thing which he sets about to do. His
simple statement that ho was used to
doing things usually deemed "impos
sible showed the spirit with which
ho enters Into his work.
"Having been hero but tho short
spaco of twenty-four hours, I am not
In a very good position to Judge as to
conditions in Hawaii; hut, from what
I saw on my trip around this Island
yesterday, I am certain that this coun
try is a veritable puxadlso for tho man
over middle ago who wants a little
farm whero ho can llvo comfortably
during his declining days. I Bay this
becaute there aro so many applications
como Into my otllco from men of this
stamp, men with a small capital who
do not care to brno tho rough winters
of tho Northwest, where there Is land
also being reclaimed, but who would
Saito Describes Local
Former Japaneso Consul Genornl
Mlkl Saito, who recently returned to
Japan, was Interviewed by a repre
sentative of a Toklo newspaper. Ho
gave out tho following Intcrvlow In
"Tho investigation of tho labor
conditions and tho number of Immi
grants is a very Important question
In our , policy toward Hawaii. Tho
FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
BULLETIN WANT ADS.
PRICE 5 CENTS
for through freight rales from il..
mainland to various out oftnt way it
land ports. Captain Mnt'on Kitd Mint.
the matter had not conic lip to Mm.
that he knew of. bin thnt he would bo
prepared to state ninthlng of the sort
tthlch sho'ild lie arranged dtin.ig lib,
Ho expects to lie hern until ft loth,
the day now set for the sailing of tho
I.urllne to the C'oavt again. She wan
previously whedule.i to ill on tho 7th.
but the date iu changed Immediately
after arrival In nort this moiiing.
be glnd to have an opportunity of set
tling on a. medium sized tract In n cli
mate such ns you hu here. Of oiire.
as yet I liae not mui h of an Idea ns
to the amount or land there Is hero
that would come under my depart
ment, but 1 hoyo to b able to talk on
this more, freely and with n better In
tide knowledge When the Governor and
I return from our trip around the
"I was greatly Impressed with tho
vork that has lieen dotio along tho
lines of reclamation at Wahlawa. It
Is wonderful, what they hnvo donn
down there, an 1 I am much pleased
with It Conditions aro different hero
than they arc In tlio Stntes, nnd con
sequently no comparison cnu bo right
fully drawn between tho bchemes car
ried on there and here.
"Under tho present Act of Connrcss,
it seems as If tho Reclamation appro
priation will not r-pply here In the Is
lands, but nt the next session I Intend
to do all In my power for tho Terri
tory, Whether or not I will he suc
cessful no one can tell yet. but I do
not tec why the good work should not
bo carried on here ns well ni in tlio
States. Everything tnken Into consid
eration, I think that somo sort of a
special enactment may bo passed fav
oring Hawaii In this matter"
Japanese Merchants' Association
there gavo mo a petition on my de
parture relative to tho labor condi
tion in Hawaii. Although tho Inves
tigation is not yet accomplished, tho
fcaiclty of laborers Is bolng felt. I'
cannot say how many laborers nro
needed at different plantations, but
In whole it is about r,000, according
(Continued on Page 2)
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An Outing Shoe that is
very easy on tender feet.
It is Unlined, nnd so very
cool and pliable. Just the
shoe for hot weather and
for tramping. Ask for No.
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