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Alnmcd.i Nov. 13
For San Francisco:
Mongolia Nov. 13
Aornngl Nov. 14
Moann Nov. 11
When the public feels its needs it
motes by acquired habit to tlv stoics
which have steadily exploited their
wares through the medium of the
newspaper. The Evening Bul
letin shows daily the establish
ments that hac firmly fixed them
selves in the favor of the people.
3:30 EDITION No Honolulu housewife can afford to overlook the BULLETIN'S bargains
VOL. X. NO. 4156.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF-HAWAII, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. 8 FADES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Chinese Students Will
Be Educated in U.S.
His Excellency Tnng Shad!, Spe
cial Ambassador to tlio United StnlsJ,
Mix Highness I'rlnco Tsui I'll, Secre
taries, Attaches, students, anil net va
unts will urilvc on tlio Mongolia on
their mission to Hunk tlio President
nnil tlio people of tlio United Stntej
lor the remission of u portion of tlio
lloxcr Indemnity. Tlio iVilerul Qov
(rninunt leiiuests that a lordlal wel
come nnil eveiy Limit iHy lie extended
to tlio party. It Is nuclei stood thut
In tlio puty of attaches mo a large
numlier of students who wilt, be (Mili
tated In the United Stntes on't of the
Indemnity fund ulili.li has liccn thus
Tho above Is the substance of A
cablegram which has been lecolvud
here, mid, as u LiiiiKeiiiieme, Governor
1'renr and his staff and the military
authoiltlrs are luul.tiig every prcpai
ntlon for a splendid vveliomo and en
tertulnmeiit of tho loyal Chinese em
issaries, who will arrive here prob
ably Prlday or Saturday.
l'lans have ulieady been complete I
for the reception of the tlianks-tur-ilng
visitors. On tlio arilvul of tho
vessel the National salute of tvvonty
oiio guns will be Died from tlio Naval
Station. Secretary Mott-Smlth and
military aides and Chineso Com.nl
Tsang Hal will meet the Ambassador
mid tho Prlnce,pn tho, vessel. .
Japanese Camp Case
Tho end of tho Murnnnka laboring
(amp caso Is not et. 13. C. I'eteis,
attorney for tho defendant, closed his
case this morning without calling any
witnesses and tho matter was taken
under advisement by l'olico Judge
Audrado until next Tucbdiy morning.
After the prosecution had closed
Its Lase this mornjng, attention was
railed to the fact that the ordinance
piohlbltlng the election of a board
ing camp within COO feet of a school
building had not been introduced Into
evidence. The prosecution therefore
leopcncd Its caso long enough to get
tho ovldonco in.
Attornoy Pctcis mado but a shoit
argument In closing. He called tho
evldenco of tho piosecutlon incom
plete and (lalmcd that no cuse had
been mado out ngalnst his client.
He took tho stand that nothing In
"JJaJinifa CtoeJsrd CiAjJuuj
The Kash Co.
f . Jiji ii fMffi iMtmsititHr i. i tfr Btoh i vn rwMirKyitr-''' . &i
Thprn will lin nrnhnhlv twn rnnl
panics of United States troops from
Hoit Shatter and two companies of.
tho National dun re! of Hawaii on
the Itnckfcld dock to escort the party
to the Executive building, where an
ofllclal call on tho Governor will be
mndoV On leaving the Kxecutlve
building a salute of twenty-one kuiis
will be llred by the National Ounrd.
Tho party will pioieed to the Chi-'
ncse Cousulato on Sheridan street,
when the call on Ooernor Krear is
If It U aKiecablo to tho party, n re
leptton will be held In the throne
room of the Kxocutlvo building on
the evening of their nrrhul. This
will be the regulation official affair
such as was given I'rlnco I'u Lung,
who passed tluough hero on his wiy
to the United States In 1904.
That China appreciates the gener
osity of the United States In return
ing a portion of tho indemnity, whtlo
other countries are still receiving
huge sums for damages Incurred dur
ing tho Iloxer rebellion, is shown by
her notion In spending tho money
thus returned in educating some of
i tlio students of that country In the
Mill Vallo's $50,000 bond Issue lfl
awuulcil to Halsoy & Co. ut 12,391
the evidence proved that the defend
ant, Murnnnka, had caused any Work
to bo dono upon tho building In ques
tion after tho passage of the oull
u a nee, that theio was a total absence
of proof that Murmiakn had ever
dono any work on the building, and
that, altogether, tho caso of the pros
ecution would not hold water. Ho
therefore asked that his client be dis
charged. There was a slight misunderstand
ing concerning the testimony of one
of tho witnesses, the Judgo and tho
attorney for tho defenso remembering
It one way, and tho attorney for tho
prosecution putting another construc
tion upon It. On tho whole, Judge
Andrade evidently concluded that
there were too many ramifications to
taka snap Judgment and decided to
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Wherever You Go
YOU'LL find that the styles
are governed by the NEW
Why not have your clothes
tailored for you bv the Prince
of NEW YORK TAILORS,
You'll never find suits bet
ter tailored or made of better
material. Call and try on a
WILL LOOK. INTO
Tho trial of n couple of now ven
tures in tropical agriculture Is one ol
tho Important features of tho report
which Secretary Wood will submit to
tho Promotion Committee this after
noon. In full the report reads as fol
lows: Ily the S. S. Asia wo received from
tho Government Nurseries at Button-
zorg, Juva, eight small bags of soo.l of
selected varieties of tlio rattan of
commerce, which wo liavo handed
over to Dr. Wilcox, who will give tho
sceds.a careful trial at tho local Agri
cultural Experiment. Station.
Wo hnve now written for Informa
tion as to tho cost of tho seed In quan
tities largo enough to admit of extens
ive planting. Tho demand for rattan
for manufacturing puriioses Is a
growing one In the United States and
if it is found that the right soil and
climatic conditions exist here, tho
committee will have been Instrument
al In calling attention to a new and
Within a short time, wo should be
in receipt of a supply of seeds of tho
Urthroxlon coca, tho plant from tho
leaves of which cocaine Is extracted.
These are coming from Peru and will
also be given In chargo of Dr. Wilcox
to try out.
Tho demand for the "Cross Roads
of tho Pacific" tuny still keep up.
The American Consul at Muzatlan,
Mexico, writes under date of October
2nd, ""Please accept my thanks for
copy of your map which I find very
Interesting. It has given mo n bettor
Idea or your situation than I had. t
have given that map the most con
spicuous place in tlio consulate."
Our Consul at La Paz, Mexico, asks
for two additional copies.
The District Passongcr Agent of tho
Canadian Pacific railway at St. John,
N. II , wants two extra copies, while
the general agent of this railway at
Halifax, N. S, asks' for six copies,
which ho promised to dlsaplay to our
Ily' tlio S. S. China. Balling tho 10th
Inst., we sent n large supply of our
'general folder "Hawaii" to Manila, Yo-
Ikohama and Hongkong. Tho puclflc
Mall Steamship Compaq's agents In
, tlio Orient have promised to glvo these
folders a wido distribution. Wo also
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DANCE AND CONCERT
Tho Monna Hotel will give a moon
light band concert anil ilnnen Innlrhl
I In honor of tho transport Shorldan,
duo from the Coast today, Tho Ha-
twaltan music will be furnlshod and a
jolly good tlmo Is assured all who
All friends nnil n.itrnnn et the M.
ana aro Invited to attend.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Nov 19
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cents. Previous quotation, 4.15.
juMxa: na analysis, 10s. 3d.
Do Yon Buy
STOCKS ON THE MARKET TODAY
THE BRINGING AS HIGH AS 15 I
We have an intimate knowledge of
the stock market, and, as members of
the Honolulu Stock and Bond Ex
change, are fully qualified to act as
023 FORT ST."
IS STILL GOING DOWN
The results of the mainland elec
tion are given bv tho Hxnmlner of
Nov. 4, as follows.
Alabama . .
Arkansas . .
California , ,
Colorado . . .
Delaware . .
Florida , . .
Georgia . . .
Illinois . . . .
Indiana . . .
Kansas . . . .
Kentucky . .
Louisiana . .
Maine '. ft
Marylund . . .. 8 ,
Massachusetts.', ... 1C
Michigan , . ... 14
Minnesota , . ., 11
Nebraska ... i
Nevadu . . Mil i..
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AT SEASIDE HOTEL
, ..THIS EVENING
A danco In honor of tho officers and
Indies on bo ird the transport Sheridan
will bo given at tho Soasldo Hotel this
evening. A special dinner will also bu
served In tho open air dining room
from six thirty until eight. Music for
both dinner and dancing will bo fur
nished b) tho Kaal Glee Club.
A black leather bag containing
money and jewelry, has been,lost. A
liberal reward is offered. See want
, Thanksgiving Day
Falls on 26th inst., and Fruit sent
to Coast per S. S. Alameda, Nor. 18th
will arrive just in time.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. FH0NE 15.
VERYB0DY ELSE SENDS A
MESSENGER BOY. I WON
D E R WHY I NEVER
WHEN I HAD A MESSAGE FOR
Gold Tip Ideal Smoke
10 to Package 25 Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO,,
Lo Oatos, Cat., Pacific Coast Agents.
If not at dealer we will tend by
mail to any address upon receipt of
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
A. &,$&. uiilii.i'? 4!k.iUu.4. -.1 -. XI aiilWSilt'tlHAL'Xi,,au-.. .iu
Executive Meeting Fills
Tho Planters' Association spent tho
entire morning In executive session,
discussing the labor problem. Though
tho membrra did not make the result
of their deliberations public, It Is und
erstood that, on tho whole, tho discus
sion showed conditions to be quite, satisfactory.
This evening tho annual banquet or
the association will bo held at tho Al
exander Young hotel at 7:30 o'cIock.
An Interesting program of toasts and
uddresBcs has been prepared and tho
rffalr will doubtless prove a fitting
termination to one of the most suc
cessful annual meetings ever held by
tho I'lanters Association.
Troubles never come singly, they
say, and this was perhaps never prov
en more conclusively than In the caso
of T. Mllncr Harrison, lawyer. Tho
exploits of Harrison in his meteoric
dash have. been exploited in the daily
papers heretofore, but his troubles as
a lawyer came this mornjnjr,
Otzuka, a youthfuf-Japanesewlth
a propensity toward manufacturing
booze without telling Uncle Sam any
thing about It, was haled into court
tome da a ago by tho vlgilants of the
Internal Revenue Department. Tho
Federal Grand Jury Indicted him on
two counts for illicit distilling. How
ever, Otzuka did not have tho neces
sary funds to employ a lawyer, and
Judge Dole requested T. Mllncr Har
rison to represent tho Nipponese dis
tiller. Notwithstanding the protests of
Mr. HurrUon, who ttatcj that ho had
been ill and was unprepared to go
ahead with the case, the trial of Ot
zuka was begun yesterday morning.
Tho evidence for the prosecution wao
conclusive. Tho man was without a
doubt guilty, and boforo the trial
started jesterday, an effort was made
to get him and his co-booze-makcr,
Shlbata, to plead guilty to a lesser
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Actlnir Attorney flenarnl Whlfnnv
has tuken up tho Achl disbarment
A new, crisp, delicious Sun
dae that you are sure to like.
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The FINEST in the City at
Ten Cent. Drop In
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 12. Refined sugar was today reduced ten
cents per hundred pounds.
No Hope Of Saving
HAMM, Westphalia, Nov. 12. Three hundred miners havebecn en
tombed by an explosion in a local mine. There is no hope of saving them.
England May Build
LONDON, England, Nov, 12. It h believed that the next naval esti
mates will include at least six new Dreadnaughts.
Earthquake At Spa
SPA, Belgium, Nov. 12. A violent earthquake took place here to-
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 12.
rested, charged with complicity in the
Carmack was Killed last inday in a
NEW YORK GETS CONTRACT
WA0HINGTON, D. C. Nov. 12. The contract for the construction '
of the new battleship Utah has been awarded to a New York shipbuild
ing concern. 4
m i j
WATER SUPPLY FOR MANILA 'J
MANILA, P. I., Nov. 12. Governor Smith today opened the city'j S
new two-million-dollar water-supply plant.
EMPEROR IS WORSE l
PEKING. China, Nov. 12. The Emperor is sinking. 5
After a smooth and uneventful trip
from Ban I'ranelsco, tho transport
Sheridan this forenoon entered tho
harbnr and docked at tho Channel
wharf, where sho will take In 750 tons
of coal boforo sho sails for Manila to
morrow. As toon as tho ship docked Major
Ei. K. Wlnslow, Knglneer Corps, and
158 men. camo nshoro. Major Wins-
If you are going to wear white, you
will need a White Shoe, and we have
a dandy new one we know will pleaso
WHITE BUCKSKIN with perforat
ed tip, made with medium narrow
toe, Blucher cut.
A HANDSOME, NOBBY SHOE.
Ask to see No. 520. Price $5.00.
1051 Fort Street
. .xteNkiu. LiuLku
Former Sheriff Shame has been ar- '
killing of Former Senator Carmack.
three - cornered street duel with the
low and his men will remain lieie,
having In. en assigned to the Honolulu
Tho Sheridan brought n number of ;
Honolulu l aSKoncf m. Anuini? tlumi la
Mrs r. A Jncobson, wlfo of Deputy 4
uonecior or customs Jacobson. Shu;
Is accompanied hy her two children. -
Ik aides the Honolulu passiugurs tho'
trnnsKort carries recuhirs Tim- lln
I.lout Col. James II Jackson. 2Glli
IT. S Infantry, Is In command of thon
troops, lie passed through hero In
1902 on his wa to Manila. Ho re
turned In 1904 and has slnco been on
dut) In Cuba, fulfil which post Tie goes
lo Manila to lejuln his regiment.
Tho Shorldnn brought 137 bags of
mall for this port.
Shoe Co., Ltd.