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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV. 1C, 1008.
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Wallnco R. ParHncton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np ! I Editorial Rooms,
ONE OP THE SMALL CROPS.
Word comes from tin? West ImlU")
that the crops and prices of 1 lmo
ihelo have leientlj been Rood, ami
tlut larger shipments tlmu usual
were sent to tho I'nltcd Stntos from
the Island of Dominica, which Is t ho
principal exporter. A citrate of lima
factory lias been started and nil
t lint was' inndu was shipped to the
United States, Prices this enr,
however, hsno been no low that plan
lent could not iifford to transport
their taw Jnlco to the fmtnry, as the
(ot of transport Is heat v. ami If
prices! do not Improve It Is doubtful
whether the factory will continue
The tinde In green limes with the
United States Is decidedly on the In
crease, but In ninny Instances poor
fruit Is being "forwarded. This does
the trade liii.-in and must result In
loss to the Iniwi mid seller. Tho
I'lantcis' Assoeluilon is tr)lug to ill
ducu tho Goteinuicnt to have In
tpectors examine all fruit before
shipment. If they succeed, a Gov
ernment stamp will bo put on each
barrel that has been examined.
Itaw limes and lime pioducts to the
if (value of $371.r.5:s. were exported
idurlni; thu calendar sear 190". Of
Bthls amount, ? 1 1 l.osr,. worth was
jjbont to tho United States, divided
$ Quantity. Value.
f Fresh llnici.... bills. 15,r,59 J2C.20C
Concentrated 1 I m o
g Juice gals.
"Haw llmo Juice. bbls.
Pickled limes.. bbls.
'Citrate of llmo. .cwt.
j Essential lime oil
f Distilled llmo oil..
To tho United Kingdom was ship
ped $3,247. worth of fresh limes,
t;i8l,2r,0 of concentrated lime Juice,
S2J,r,r,0. of raw lime Juice. $4,507. of
jPJIme-Jiilce cordial. J7,4f,7. of cltrnto
of lime, $.1,557 of essential llmo oil,
liind $15,072 of distilled llmo oil.
In this Territory It may ho said
theie Is icall no lime Industry, limes
being grown only Indiscriminately,
while tho lime Juice Bold hero Is all
Jmpurtod. It should, and might, ho
WHITNEY MUST PAY
; $870.90 FROM ESTATE
. In tho matter of tho estato of C.
"Ahl, deceased, Chief Justice Ilartwell
.1 this morning handed down a decision
'? compelling William L. Whitney, ad
ministrator of the estato of C. Ahl,
"( to pay tho sum of $970.90 to M. 11.
', SlUelra and M. SlUelra & Co., ub mid
for forty per rent, of their claim
j ngalnst the estate. William took rn
appeal from tho decision of Judge
Clear adjudging him guilty of coii
t tempt of court for failure to pay tho
, above, num. Tho money will now bo
, Tho syllabus of tho caw Is ns fol
Juilsdlctlon; probate court; con-
tempt. A Judgo In prohnto has stnl-
Jj'tltory authority (Sec. 1018 It. L.) to
V compel an ndmliilstrator to obey an
ordor to pay n creditor a dividend of
;forty por cent as paid other credlt-
" ore, although tho admlulstrntor has
been discharged on n hearing of his
'petition for allowance of final uc-
counts and discharge, at which hear-
-i, lug the creditor was not piesent, not
'having iccelveil notice of It, and his'
claim not having been considered.
,; Enforcement by contempt proceed-
tlng of tho ndnilnlstrntnr's olllclal
fcluty to make such payment Is not
within tho prohibition in tho Organic
' Act (Sec. 10) against Imprisonmant
(Continued from Pace 1)
ns court reporter. When tho cere
mony of administering the oaths had
been completed, George A. Davis, rep
. resenting tho liar AfeBocIntlon of Ho
nolulu, nioso and paid n splendid tri
bute to Gus. Murphy, tho new cleric of
tho United States Dish let Court.
"Your Honor," ho said, addressing
Judgu Dole, "on this occasion I wish
Issued on Tuesday of each week.
rtrsit.Moniiit a .no
Ptf f4r, aiiywtirieiu U.S I.oo
Pri Yrar, an) wlivrc In Canada . I.flo
Per Year potJlJ, foreign 3.o
Entered at tlie IVwtoflice at Honolulu
ai mhoikI clsm nutter.
'. NOVEMBER 16, 1908
to congratulate ou In securing n
mini of such excellent qualities as Mr.
Murph) In this position, iind I also
wish to congratulate Mr. Murphy on
his deceived promotion. 1 am'suro
that no other man could havo been
more suitable to the lawyers of this
city, for I believe I am voicing tho
M-ntlments of all when I say that Mr.
Murph has always been courteous,
kind, and considerate In the perform
ance of evcr thing tliat has been
ashed of him by members nf the bar.
I feel Unit I can say the same nl.io
of Mr De.is unci Mr. Combs."
(Continued from Pan 1)
he dented emphatically that his pres
ent trip here was made with that ob
ject In view.
"I am here In the Interests of tho
Pacific Coast I.lfe Insurance Com
pany, of which I am the manager,"
salil llutchlns. "It Is the company's
business that has called me here."
llutchlns did not deny that there
might be a chance in tho ownership
of Wireless stock, but. on the other
hand, he declined to alllrni tho rumor.
Tho ,onl) statement that ho would
make was. "There will be no change
at the present time so far as I know."
It has been generally reported that
there Is n deal on by which llutchlns
will take over tho Interest of Manager
Italcli. Ills arrival at this time lends
color to tho sluty.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 14, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
A Lewis Jr and wf to Kvenrlstn Tint.
jiooKomi ivnucoo io Maul Land &
Ilailioad Co rj
A Lewis Jr and wf to Manuel C Pica-
Entered for Record Nov. 16, 1908,
from 9 a. m. in 1fl!30 a m
Tal Lan to Hong On Sha Assn ....IJS
uai Kiineieioa to Joseph F Welch... 1)
A Lewis Jr nnd wf to Elizabeth Bit
Qy "For Sale." cards at Bulletin.
One acre and a half in choice fruit
trees. New house, modern in every
particular. This property will yield
four or five hundred dollars annually
from fruits already planted. Owner
has authorized us to sell at bargain
price to bona fide purchaser.
Three furnished houses in good lo
cations. Particulars at our office.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Send a Wireless
to friends after they have passed
Diamond Head "or before they sight
it. The Rates Are Low.
nV V 51
rd(toukiaaitteL. tiflsiftu ... --" aijk rinir
There Is now no excuse
for not owning a home.
Lots are being sold In
College Hills. These lots
are of large size, tow
price terms nre easy.
Swrd; Ijimk boM
Per P. M. S. S. Manchuria, from
San Francisco, Nov. 16. For Hono
lulu: Andrew Adams, Miss Mary J.
Allen, Mrs. E. A. Atltlns, Miss N.
llaker. Miss K. linker, Mrs. 11. J.
ilarker, Miss M. A. Darker, Mrs. II.
11. Ilerry, M. L. Wrnoy, Miss M. Hlr
ny, P. D. Uronson, Mrs. P. D. Ilron-
son, K. K. Dull, Miss Alice Cary, H.
J. Cary, Miss Margaret Craig, Mrs.
II. II. Crumpacker, Miss F. II. Day,
Major S. V Dunning, Mrs. S. W.
Dunning, J. F. Elliott, Mrs J. F. El
liott, Master David Elliott, Lt. W. G.
Fay, U.S.M.C.; Mrs. W. O. Fny, C.
J. Goldman, Miss Elsie Goldman, W.
W. Goodale, Harry W. Qrlswold, MM.
S. E. Halstead, Harry lilt lis, Mrs.
Harry 1 1 II lis. Edw. Hopwood, Albert
Horner, Mrs. Albert Horner, Clinton
J. llutchlns, Mrs. Clinton J. llutch
lns, I. A. Hutchinson, Mrs. I. A.
Hutchinson, Richard lvers Jr., Mrs.
Rlchnrd Ivcrs Jr., Mrs. Richard Iv
ors, Hojjaco Johnson, Miss Juno Jones
Miss Jessie Kaufman, Mrs. A. II. Lack
Jand, S. Levy, D. J. Medbury, John
F. Molr, F. R. Moran, E. E. Morford,
Miss Helen Morford, Miss Addle M.
Murphy, Miss F. D. Murphy, D. H.
Osborn, Mrs. D. II. Osborn, 11. Shore,
Mrs. M. L. Simpson, Mrs. E. Hyde
Smith, R. Smith, Col. Z. S. Spalding,
T.'J. Thorsen, Mrs. T. J. Thorsen, C.
II. Usbornc, tyrs. C. II. Usborne. Mrs.
David Wntklns, Mrs. A. J. Wilder.
11. A. Wilder, II. II. Williams, Miss
Hormlne Krupp, Miss Olga Van Mnl
zahn, D. 11. Dougan, D. Dowsett. For
Yokohama: Mrs. Carol M. AUIb, J.
It. Illack, Mrs. J. R. Ulack, Mrs. S.
A. Condlct, Miss E. A. Condlct, K.
C. aillls, Mrs. K. C. GIUIs, P. Ham
burger, 7.. Horlkoshi, Jean Lesmyor,
Miss M. Lcsmycr, Miss A. T. Munson,
O. C. Schmidt, Mrs. O. C. Schmidt,
L. M. Smith, Mrs. L. M. Smith, Mrs.
M. Tennlllo, II. Abbott Tltcomb, Mrs.
N. Abbott Tltcomb, MIbs I. M. Ward,
Mrs. J. E. Welbourn. Miss E. Wei;
bourn. For Kobe: Mrs, W. M.Wairjfr
and two children, Miss Helen A. Da
vis, "W. II. Mcllwalne, Mrs. W. n. Mc
llwnlne nnd three children, Miss N.
Robhlns, Miss Charlotte Thompson,
Geo. N, Winn. For Shanghai: Miss
Ida Albaugh, Rov. O. V. Armstrong,
Mrs. O. V. Armstrong, Hev. Joseph
Ileech, Mrs. J, lieech and two chil
dren, Rev. C. N. Calwell, Paul II. C.
Clong and servant, Miss E. Corrlhci,
Mrs. F. C. Gale and two children,
Rev. F. C. Gale, W. A. Grant, Mm.
W. A. Grant and child, J. T. Gullfoylo
Mrs. J. T. Gullfoyle and two chil
dren, Miss Galo Harrison, L. 3.
Hatch, Mrs. L. J. Hatch and child,
Thomas Holcomb Jr., Mrs. G. D. Neu
mann, Rev, G. H. Neumann, II. W.
McCutchon, J. T. McCutchon, Mrs.
J. T. McCutchon, T. P, Pilgrim, C. D.
Rape, Mrs C. I). Rape, G. Rust, Rov.
F. R. Sibley, Mrs. F. R. Sibley and
child, Miss F. II. Somers, Rev. G. P.
Stevens, Miss Mary Thompson, Mrs.
Murray Warner, O. F. Yates. For
Hongkong: Mrs. a. E. Walk, Miss M.
F. Appleton, A. Albrocht, Mrs. C. E.
Anderson, Miss C. A. llaker, Chas.,E.
Becker, Mrs.,Chas. E. Decker, Mrs.
F. Benson, D. McP. Boyd, John Boyd,
Mrs. II. T, llosman and maid, J. Brut-
NEXT MONDAY, NOV. 16TH
. AT 8 O'CLOCK.
- 'irisifci.. i i baifojjA-.
ton, Mrs. E. A. Clark, Mis. S. C. Col
lins, MIbs Maud M. Collier, Miss P.
A. Cole, Mrs. O. Cross, J. W. Cruft,
Mrs. O. P. Downing, Mrs. D. It. Dou
gan, MIbs Rose Dougan, Mrs. L. T,
Ellis, Miss Mny Faurotc, II. O. Fletch
er, J. A. Grant, G. II, Hnrrington,
Mrs. G. II, Harrington, T. II. Heape,
Mrs. A. Henderson, Miss Virginia
Huntington, Mrs. J. E. Knudsdn,
Rev. M. Kelly, R. J. Louis, Miss L.
Lnmme, C. E. Morris, T. Mnnlcy.MIss
S. McKee, Miss L. 11. McKoe, Mrs. V.
E. Miller nnd Infnnt, James McGreg
or, J. McFerinn, Miss Julia 11.
Noes, Mr. Parker, N. Pctcisoii, J.
Pleger, Mnntiel Rnycs, Major II. D.
Ray, Mrs. II. II. Hny, Hev. 3. II. Ros
slter, Mrs. 8. H.-Rossllcr, C. W. Rob
erts, M. C, Schutz, Mrs. Helen M. Sol
lick, E. W. Sells, Miss Mnrjorio Sells,
S. Sllverstonc, Mrs. S. Sllvcrstono,
Miss C. Silent, Miss T. Silent, II.
Skott, W. A. Smith, D. C. Sowors.Mrs.
O. Stevens, Miss C. Stecns, II. W.
Stinson, Mrs, O. M. Stoney, Mrs, J,
F. Trnccy, P. Tuason, Miss Irono Wil
cox, Miss N. Whnlcn, W. II. Wolf, O.
Y. Woodward, E. J. Westerhousc,
Chns. E. Wright, G. E. Walk.
Honolulu, T. IT., November ICtii,
1908. Bishop Insurance Agency,
Limited, Honolulu, T. II. Gentle
men: We beg to thank you for your
ory prompt settlement for the
breakage of tho large plate glass
window on the King street fr'ontago
of our store, said brcahago being oc
casioned by n runaway nccldent luto
Saturday night, November 14th. Al
though "we were Unable to notify ou
of this nccldent until this (Monda
morning), the settlement of claim
within an hour of our notification Is
extremely satisfactory to us.
Very triily yours,
E. O. HALL & SON., LTD.
E. O. WHITE,
Bishop Insurnnco Agency, Limited,
General Agents, tho Metropolitan
Casualty Insurance Co. of New York.
PRESIDENT A Q00D PROPHET
Washington, Nv. 4. Tho President
was very cheerful today and told tho
newspaper men that the election of
Tnft wholly carried out a prophecy
made by him In a letter written to
Senator II. C. Lodge of Massachu
setts, dated October 20, 1908. In this
letter tlio President said:
"Dear Cabot: (Prophecy Is very bad
until after the ovenu Nevertheless, I
must send you, a lino to say that I
think tho situation 'Is steailllv Imnrov.
lug In Ohio, riast of' tho Alleghanlcs
I bellevo wo shall havo a larger popu
lar plurality than four- years ago. In
other words, that Taft's plurality will
bo greater than mine; and I think
that our electoial vote will bo larger
east of .tho Alleghanlcs than four
5 ears ago, becauso I think tho
chances slightly favor us in Maryland
although this represents a good ileal
"West of tho Alleghanles I think wo
bhall hao a heavy falling off in the
majorities as compared with 1904. but
I do not anticipate tho loss of any
electoral otes excepting In Missouri
and Nevcda, and I am Inclined to
think that wo have an oven chance of
Over 1000 telegrams and many let
ters of congratulation cm tho result of
too election poured Into tho White
Houso today for President Roosevelt
He was busy all day reading these
messages and dictating replies to
inem. r,o callers wero received.
- aa m
Qet your lunch nt the New England
minor, noiei street.
Windmill pump, Brass, Irrigate, Al
falfa. Garden TriieL- Mn ,ln.u
foot valve, completo, $20. II. T.,
carp ox a&o, Honolulu. 4159-2iv
As an article o
You want on umbrella that
looks smart, one' that shows
both in fabric and in make,1
style, and workmanshin; one
that you are nroud to carry,
even when you "just think it
SUCH are to be found at
H. F. Wichman & Co.
in Honolulu arc good dressers, as a rule, They know
that clothes DO make an impression, one way or an-
CLOTHES are male in correct style by Stein'-Bloch,
vKnow-How Tailorj. There is no shoddy worR in our
suits, no misfitting.
Before you pay n high price for indifferent tailor
ing, step in at our store and- try on a suit.
RAY FILTERS Give Color Values and Color Effeots. In
four different kinds and strengths to fit all sizes of lenses.
PORTRAIT ATTACHMENTS Make an ordinary ko
dak adaptable to Portrait work. All sues, 50c.
DUPLICATORS For' making "Funny Pictures." Ask
to see some of these pictures.
Notice the new Ingcnto View Finder in our
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic." Fort St. near Hotel.
We are expecting a
large shipment of
by the "Texan" on
Don't waste time in seeing them if you
want some fine mules for plantation work.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD., .
MERCHANT STREET, BETWEEN FORT AND ALAKEA.
VOTERS FOR SUPPORT
Tho Democratic candidates, both
successful and unsuccessful, held
their last 190S polltic.11 meeting ut
Aula Park last Saturday .night nnd
extended their thanks to the voters
for tho support they had received
during tho campaign. Tho meeting
waa one of the largest held In Hor
nolulu for many a day.
Tho speakers were individually
and collectively applauded us they
mounted tho stand from which thoy
nddrcsscd tho audience. Soino of tho
candidates wore Icls. Tho speukera
were Introduced by Edward Ingliani,
who officiated as chairman of the
W. A. Klnnoy made tho principal
speech. Ho said that tho "land is
suo" waB the most Important subject
that had been brought to tho uttem
tlon of tho Hawallans. Prince Kuhlo
had, ho said, admitted that tho Ha
wallans word" very iinxlous to know
about tho "land Issue." Link Mc
Cnndless mado a general statement
on tho laud policy, thanking tho,vo
ters for their support.
Mnyor-olcct Yarn, Hurvoy, Trent,
Jnrrett, and others took the chancp
and expressed their "mnhalos" to tho
vol oi 8. Dan Kamnhu, who was elect
ed KepicKuntativo on the Democratic
ticket, roasted tho voters for not
electing Kulknhl, a rovcrond gcntlo
man, a God-fearing man, nnd one
who could bo expected to do good to
tho peoplo at largo. He was told to
speak for himself nnd "never :mlnd
about Kulkahi." .j ..
PjovIoiis to their meeting nt Aala
Park, tho candidates assembled lu
w .i.tfi,jm&iii)M j&titii;
CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
tho Wavcrloy block, whence they
drove nround tho principal streets,
headed by tho Hawaiian baud. Tho
procession terminated at Anlu Park.
XMAS and N. Y.J3ARDS
N. Y. CALENDARS.
Just in by the Alameda at
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St., near P. 0.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Waverley Building, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
and Table Service at All Hours. Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
J, NISHIHARA, Prop.
AND OTHER :O00D THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
1063 FORT ST.
one boss in
If you have
a gas range
will rule; if
you have a
In Aid of the
HUI 0IWI SOCIETY
CHORUS OF LADIES
KAAI MANDOLIN CLUB
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB "'
HENRY N. CLARK
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1908,
8 O'CLOCK P. M.
Seats on Sale at Bregstrom Music Co.
134 Beretania near Fort St,