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From' Ban' Fratieiscd:
llllonlnn Sept 30
For San Francisco:
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For Vancouver:
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3:30 EDITION
The Bulletin has the Largest Number of Satisfied Advertisers
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VOL. X. NO. 4JJ9
lO PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HXwM. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1908-lO PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
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ROOSEVELT REFUSES
ANSWER MR. RRYAN
FLEET GOING TO MAGDALEN A BAY
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ROOSEVELT NOT
TO TAKE STOMP
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 30. A statement was Riven out from
the White House today that President Roosevelt will not take the stump
in behalf of Candidate Taft.
The President will also refuse to answer Mr. Bryan's latest charge
that he refused to submit Haskell's case to a tribunal and challenging
him to make publio the items of the 1904 Republican campaign fund.
Mr. Roosevelt declares that Bryan's charges and challenge are pure
ly a personal attack and involve no serious issues.
Target Practice
For Pacific Fleet
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 30. The supply ship Arethusa has
been ordered to Magdalena Bay with supplies for the Pacific Fleet,
which will assemble there for target practise.
This dispatch shows that the original schedule of Admiral Swin
burne's Fleet has nut been changed. It was to leave here the latter part
of October fur Southern California a nd Magdalenn Hay. .
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Chicago Lost
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Sept. 30. The, result of the baseball game
today tor. the.leading teams of the national League, was New York 2.
Philadelphia 1 ; Chicago 5, Cincinnati 6.
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RAILROAD RATES UPHELD BY COURT
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 30 The United States Circuit Court
handed down a decision today in which it upheld the right of the Inter
state Commerce Commission to fix railroad rates, t
TO BETTER PROTECT CALIFORNIA BORDER
WASHINGTON. D. 0.. Sept. 30. The Administration has decided to
divide the California immigration district in order to better protect the
border.
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BATTLESHIPS AT GIBRALTAR
GIBRALTAR, Spain, Sept. 30. The special service squadron, con
sisting, of the American battleships Maine and Alabama, arrived here to
day. m i
TEN THOUSAND WERE KILLED
HYDERABAD, India, Sept. 30. The fatalities 'from recent floods
will reach 10,000.
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TEN ORPHANS INOCULATED
WASHINGTON, D. 0.. Sept. 30. Ten orphans were inoculated to
day for tuberculosis, as a demonstration in connection with the Tubecu
losis Congress.
TWELVE NEW CHOLERA CASES
MANILA, P. I.. Sept. 30. Thers were twelve new cases of cholera'
reported today. The disease is decreasing.
Benjamin
Clothes
TF you want to wear clothes
thafare dressy and distinctive
clothes that are always in the
best of taste wear Alfred Ben
jamin & Co., Clothes.
If you are hard to please come
to us.
THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
CORNER FORT AND
HOTEL STREETS.
WILL ENTERTAIN;
COAuTJISITORS
Will See Pearl Harbor
Aquarium, Town
And Pali
The representative! of the San
Francisco Chamber of Commerce who
will arrive here In the Tenyo Maru
tomorrow on their way to Japan,
where they go as the guests ot the
Japanese Government, will be given
excellent entertainment during their
May here, plans (or this being adopt
ed nt a special meeting of the Cham
ber of Commerce held this morning.
J. P. Cooke, who occupied the
chair, opened, the meotlng with a
statement that the business at hand
was the making of plans for tlto en
tertainment ot the Tenyo visitors.
Clarence Cooke, who had been act
ing with L. T. Peck, reported that
twelve nutos would bo secured for
the use of tho party. It had been de
cided that when the Maru was sight
ed the vice president and the secre
tary Bhould meet tho party in n
launch with lols. The guests could
bVtukeu to the Young Hotel In tally
hos. 'At 8:30 the party should bo taken
In autoi to tho Pall, thence back
through town to the Aquarium. They
could then go in special cars in tho
11:05 train to the Peninsula, whero
luncheon would be served. The vis
itors would then be taken about
Pearl Harbor In the Iroauoli' unJ
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IS JACK M'VEIGH
NEWPRESIDENT
Kalauokalani Says Talk
Has Become
General '
Is Jack .McVeigh, superintendent
of the Leper Settlement at Molokal,
to be the next President of the
Hoard of Health?
O. Kalauokalani Sr a member ot
the Doard of Health, came in to the
Territorial offices this morning to
And an answer to the above ques
tion, claiming that he had heard it
generally spoken "of around town. Mc
Veigh's name has been mentioned
several times in connection with this
office though It1 Is hardly probablo
that he would accept it, as the sal
ary ho now receiyes exceeds that paid
for the Hoard of Health president
and the statute provides that one
specific salary is all that a Territo
rial official may receive.
Secrotary Mott-Smlth was asked
about the matter this morning, but
he had heard nothing about It.
YOU are cordially
invited to come
and investigate our
methods jor hand
ling estates and
accounts.
We shall be pleased to ex
plain, without any obliga
tion on your part, the work
ing of modern business
methods.
Hawaiian
Trust Co. Ltd.
023 FORT ST.
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PRINCESS ASKS
. CHILDRENlGUARDMN
Princess Kawaninnkoa has filed a
cross-petition to, the one filed by the
executors of the ,ctate of the late
Prince David In'the matter of the
guardianship of the two minor chil
dren, KalakHun ami l.llluokalanl. in
the first place, the Princess ulleges
I In her cross-petition that the provi
sions of the will gie to Kalukuua
the greater portion of the estate,
which consists in the main, ot CO per
cent, ot the capital stock of the Ka
plolanl Estate, Limited.
Tho Princess alleges that Cupid
owns the other 50 per cent., and
that he and John Collmrn. as mana
ger of the Estate. want the control
ot tho Kitate. and It is for their In
terests that the alleged will of the
late Prince be sustained. She says
that for more than six months pre
vious to his death. David repeatedly
asked for a true accounting of the
affairs of the estate, but that It wus
refused him by the two, Cupid and
.Colhurn.
I She states that the Estate Is now
heavily Involved, and she asks that
Mrs. A. Campbell-Parker, grandmoth
er of the children, be appointed
guardian of Lllluoicalanl. She Is sat
isfied with E. M. JNVatson us guard
ian of Knlakaun.
Candidates
Of Kauai
Senator
J. S. CHANDLER.
' Representative
J. H. HALEMANU,
J. M. MIKAELE.
D. KA1ALAU,
Q. W. KANEALH.
Supervisor
C. W. HUDSON; Hanalel.
M. K. KANIKANIIIIA, Llbtie
W. B. NA1MU, Kekaka.
D. KALAWAIA, Kapaa.
Tho above nro tho candidates select
ed by the Democratic County conven
tion of Kauai, which was held at LI
htm last Saturday. The names of the
deputy sheriffs nominated have not
yet been received by tho local Demo
crats, who got the abovo In a letter
today.
Tho Democrats consider that Chand
ler, who has done much towards or
gantzing the party on tho Oardcn Is
land, stands a good show of belug
electod; as he is running against Man
ager Falrchlld of the Makeo Sug.ir
Co., and they figure that the people ot
Kauai are about ready to rebel against
the plantation Influence. They alto
think that somo of tho other candi
dates may como out on top on account
of the fact that the Klccs bavo taken
a number of nominations on tho Re
publican ticket, and this, they feel
will incenso the people against the
family compact, though what tangible
facts they have to rely on for this be
lief does not appear clear.
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Colonel Sam Parker and Joo Cohon
were among the Interested spectators
at tho Homo Rule convention last
night.
Tho delegates of tho Homo Tiulo
party were dined yestejday afternoon
at tho Boston restaurant on Hotel
street.
ON THE SPOT
Our messengers are never late;
always on the spot is the rule with
them.
TERRITORIAL
MESSENGER SERVICE
PHONE 361
GRAPE COBBLER
The Latest. Drink At The
Hollister
Drug Co., Ltd.
SODA FOUNTAIN
HOUSE IS HAUNTED;
GIRL ISJNOCENT
Pecaricks SaySo.Finding
Ghosts Were There
Formerly
Tho house, is haunted, and EspCrau-
za Qousalus has nothing whatever to
do with the ghost.
This Is the conclusion which has
been reached by Mr. and Mrs. Pocar
lull, whose hoiiFO on Punchbowl was
the Kcenn of weird hnnncnlniEH lnitt
week. Thi'y have now had sufficient-'
tlinn utter tho excitement to figure tho
matter out calmly, and have also been
making a little Investigation of tlielr
own, as a result of which they feel
convinced that the fault lies with tho
house and not with the young girl,
who was generally believed to bo nt
tho bottom of it all, cither becausoNhe
was a' 'medium through whom restive
or festive, spirits, acted, or, according
to tho belief of others, because sho
was having, a little fun on her own
hook.
This forenoon tho Pccarlsh family
was busy packing up its household
goods. It being Its Intention to romovo
the lares and penates to n more quiet
place.
"It Is 'tho'house. It Is tho house, amJ
not Esperanza who made, all the
trouble," they asserted, and tho girl's
mother, who stood by, nodded frant
ically. She explained that- the girl
wasftbe polo support of herself und
family, as her husband was in tho
hospital, and she had herself, Just re
covered from a serious Illness. She
asked with tears In hor eyes, that a
statement be made in the paper to the
effect that Esperanza was-notT'tTfo'
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RAILROAD HELPER
HILLED DY ENGINE
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Slipped From Tender and
Fell In Front Of
Locomotive
Hlnokuma, a Japanese was this
morning killed by accident In tho yard
of tho O. A. & L. Co. He was em
ployed by tho company as u bolper In
tho roundhouse, and met his death
while In tho performance of his duties.
It appears that an engine, drivcu
by, Night Hostler Olsen. was backing
up tho track, when the deceased tried
to jump on tho rear part of the ten
der. In doing so ho stepped on u
valvo, which turned under his foot,
and ho fell on tho track directly lu
front of tho moving engine The lo
comotive was quickly stopped, and It
does not appear to havo gono right
over him. Still his sldo was" crushed
so badly that ho died about twenty
minutes afterwards.
Hlnokuma had been In the employ
Of thO O. It. & L Cn far niwoi-.,!
years, and had saved up some money,
ue nan pianncn to go nacK to Japan
within two or thro months. Ho leaves
a wlfo but no children.
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FOR THE BEST FRUIT FOR SHIP.
PINO leave your order with
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S.'KINO.
PHONE 15.
Our Auto Delivery
insures prompt filling of society
and party orders.
A. Y. Cafe
Pay
A-Little-At-A-Time
FURNITURE
J. ilepp & Co.,
180 S. KINO STBEST,
Make War
"Big
A Council for Hawaii, formed for
tho purpose ot warring against tho
"big four" evils of Intemperance, Im
purity, Sabbath-breaking, and gam
bling, and nmiiutcd with the Inter
national Reform llureau. has been
called nto existence. The council Is
headed by Itev. Doremus Scudder und
Hev. K. V. Thwlng Is Its secretary.
. It Is proposed to make this council
hut n part of n movement which has
been widely organized of late years.
The International Reform llurcnu,
with headquarters at Washington, D.
C proposes to unite all creeds in tho
work of sociological betterment. Sun
day baseball, prize lights, saloons,
bridge as a social pastime with a fin
ancial feature, and many other ot
tho amusements and means of world
ly pleasure which begulje tho heait
of man for a while, come under those
four general kinds of slu against
which the council Is to militate, and
which are termed "four sides of one
frowning fortress, that all good citi
zens should attack on all sides."
The members of this council are:
Rev. Doremus Scudder, D. D., p.istor
of the Central Union Church, Hono
lulu, chairman; Hon. V. It. Custlo of
Castle & Wlthtngton, nttorueys-al-law,
vice chairman; Hot). Hlchanl II.
Trent, Oahu County Treasurer; Pcr
ley. L. Home, president oJ tho, Ka
mehameha Schools, Honolulu; W. A.
Dowen, Theodore Richards, and nev.
G. W. Thwlng, secretary of the coun
cil. Rev. Thwlng tnkes this position,
though he contemplates going to
How Candidates May
Accept Endorsements
"It Is gratifying to have so many
of our candidates endorsed by tho
ephemeral organization, the party of
a day, but It Bhould bo distinctly un
derstood by the Laborltes and people
In general that tho Republican nom
inees arc still Republican candidates
on the Republican ticket, nnd they
can accept no endorsement without
qualification. They can express
thanks for the endorsements, but
they must at tho same time say that
they are still Republican candidates
and will work for the straight Re
publican ticket."
This was the view expressed this
morning by Chairman A. V. Judd of
the County Committee In reference
to the endorsements which tho fused
Home Rule and Labor parties gavo
to a number of Republican candidates
nt tho convention yestcrdny. Vari
ous sentiments havo been expressed
We have just received
shipment of E. P. REED
Pumps, Garden Ties,
New goods ore constantly
latest styles.
Manufacturers
. FORT STREET, 4 DOORS
On
Four" Evils
China fchnrtly, tn take up mission
work them. Ho sa$n that ho will not
leave this pluco until tho matter of
the chnrges which ho brings against
United Statci Attorney llrcckiius Is
bettlcd. Ho thinks this will bo in
about a month.
Incidentally, Rev. Wilbur I". Crafts
Ph.D., who Is superintendent nuil
treasurer of thu International He
form llmenit. linn inteiested himself:
to Koine extent In the Washington
oiul of thu HrccKniitt mutter. ;'
The object or tho formation of tills
council in Hawaii Is given ns: "Tho
object of the Hawaiian Council Is to
advise, aid, and cooperate, in tho
work of the International ltoform Ilu
leau. In bringing about n 'bettor
world' hero and now."
Tho platTorm ot this llureau rends
ns follows: "Thu International lto
form llureau promotes those Chris
thin reforms on which the churches
sociologically unite while theological
ly differing. Il'iproffers cooperation'
to nil associations that stand for tho
deicnuo of tho B.ibbnth and purity:
for nihltrntlojt in place ot Industrial
and International war, for tho sup
pression of Intemperance, gambling,
and political corruption. , .
"Ourlntermitlonal specialty Is to
inform and arouse and express pub
lic sentiment In favor of a treaty of
all civilized governments to prohibit
tho sale of Intoxicants and opium to
uncivilized and newly civilized races.
All this they propose to do hy leg
Islntlon. letters, lectures, and lltoru
turo. b) dlffe.sr.t parties toda as to what
'stand .should be taken In the mat.
tor, some being radically opposed to
accepting these endorsements, al
though theio seems to bo no valid
reason to take such n radical stop.
which would surely cost the Republi
can candidates many votes. Tho
views expicssed by Judd will un
doubtedly bo shared by most ot tho
leaders of tho patty.
"I have called u meeting ot tho
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ttitnaniRnn::iii:nii8i!K
A wlrolcss messngo received by the
agents of Hie fllatson Navigation
Company this afternoon states that
tho Hllonlan will nrrlvo tonlcht nt
8:30 o'clock with 28 pabsengcrs. 1,
000 tons of caigo, and 23G bags or
mail. She reported having experi
enced stronc east wind nnd rough,
weather.
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New Styles
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Ladies'
Footwear
by the S. S. Lurline a largo
& C0.S fine goods for ladies.
and Colonials, in all leathers.
arriving by every steamer, in tho
Shoe Co., Ltd.
BELOW HOTEL.
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