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Hongkong Mnru Nov. 23
For San Francisco :
Tciijd Mm II Nov, 23
Muana Dec. 12
Mnkttru Dec. 8
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pansion. When the people arc in
formed that you actually exist, thnt
you have noods to sell, that you offer
inducements to the purchaser, then
your trade prows. This lessen has
been learned by every mercliant whfl
advertises in the Evening Bulletin.
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VOL. X. NO. 4163.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERBITORY OF .HAWAII, FRIDAY, jNOVEMBER 80. 1908. 8 PAGESr.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Tafl Board Defense
Plans Are In Process
Of Speedy Completion
If Congress tliLi joar sees fit to
impropriate tho 144,281 n (omnu'iid
dl liy the dilcf uf i:nglneeu, lluttt.il
Slates Arm), fur fortification wink
ul Honolulu anil Pearl lluilioi, It will
'pinctlcnlly conipleto the appropria
tions fur foitllkatlnnH rerotiinietided
li) the Tuft Hoard In 100G.
, Tim estimate of.the Chief of Kngl
a neciM Is foi the money which It U
" thought can he ndutiitngcously ex
! illicit during the ruining scar In
turning out the foitlllcatlun work
leiomnieiideil by the Taft lloird.
When thu.wiiik Is completed, thei o '
will be- hut llttlo left to accomplish
ailing tlm Hues laid down b) that
When the Tuft Hoard mado Its ic-
port In I9U6 on the mongy needed to
foillfy I'e.irl llaibor nml Honolulu,
the sum uf Jll.lir, 1,000 was recom-
itliotifih advance In tho art of
warfaro hne mude It ne'o.is.m In .pletcd In about eighteen months. In
chnngo man j uf the specifications estlgatlons as to the character of
recommended b) the Tuft Hoard, Jet! toll which we shall .have to yhandle
the substitutions li.no not affected
the cost of the woik and tho pilglliiil
Ifcllllllltl! Iiolil good.
(lovcrnnient officials. In close touch
with Washington, believe thnt Con
gress will make the appropriation
Police Aroused By
Hold-ups In Palama
Hold-ups In the Kallht nnd Pa
lama hectiuns of the clt) nre at pres
i. nt o cup) lug tho attention of the
N ' sjlce dupaitmcnt, two reports of
during nnd brutal lobberles on tho
open street having been icported dur
ing the last couple of d.i)s. In brtth
casts tho lctlms wero Japanese, but
although the manner In which the
thugs operated was tho winie. iho
police bellee that different patties
One of these hold-ups was report
ed at tho police station this morn
ing. Tho victim, n Jupancso work
ing for Win. Smithies, who lhea .it
the old T. McCants Stewart placo
lit Kallhl-wacna, had been spending
Our Pajamas are light, strong;, and serviceable.
And they have a csmfortable feeling that people like.
We have then in all the best grades of Madras,
J Flannel, Mercerizsd Cotton, Etc.
Our Star, Wilion Bros, and Cluett Shirts, the Big
Six in Shirtdom, are the liandsomest of all our Holiday
i Goods. Why not-gjt yourself some of them?
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
lecummcmti'il hy tho Chief of Kngl-
iicrH, therohy enabling the War De
p.iitment to tarry out the work here
nlting the linos originally reemmnen'
Tho work now under way, for
which nppiopiiitlons liac already
been made, will not be completed for
Home time Nevertheless, a conalil
uuihle part uf the work contemplated
In the recommendation uf the Cnlef
uf KnglnecrH can be curried on slmul
tnneously with that already under
'wuy, It In claimed.
When iiucHtloiicil )csterday as to
the piobable length of time that will
bc ieiiilicd tu complcto the fortlflca
Hon work for which appropriations
lime alreuly been made. Major Win
slow, Coiis of Kuglneers, United
States Annj, said
That Is a matter that cannot he
answered offhand. Under faorablo
renditions the work should be com
hnie not been very reassuring, how
iner. 'Much of the foundation is of
tin unstable nature 'and that will ne
cessitate additional work and conse
quently n gi enter amount of time
.(Continued on Page 2)
the eenlng Inst night at a star. At
about a o'clock ho Btarted home, nud
It waB noticed that a couple of sol
diers, who had also been sitting i.i
the store, left the placo almost Im
mediately after tho Japanese.
When tho Japanese had reached a
spot close to the new Kallhi-wueni
bcJiooI, he was stiuck suddenly from
Lehlud, nud wns knocked to th
ground. Luckily, he had presence
of mind enough to emit a loud.) ell.
This called Mr. Rlcdel, who lhes In
the neighborhood, to tho scene, and
the robbers were frightened away he
fore they could even make n search
of the Japanese. The robbers fled,
(Continued on Page 9)
UUHI MS' HE
M. P. Robinson, Health
M. V. Robinson, President of the
Hoard of Health, Is making arrange?
meats for a great housewarmlng and
Hum on the occasion of the opening
of the new building for the non-lep
rous boys at Kalihl. This building
Is to be known ns the Kalihl IIos'
Home and Is snld to be one
best-arranged structures that has
been put up under the supervision of
the Department of Public Works.
It Is snld that Mr. Robinson has
already obtained two large pigs
which will be prepared for tho luau.
Thero are about fifty boys, moat of
them Hawallaus, who will be taken
care of at tho new Home, and as it
will be under the direct supervision
of the Hoard of Health, Mr. Robinson
intends that the opening shall bo at
tended with all duo ceremony.
It will probably be a couplo of
weeks jet before the liouuewannlnR
and luau lsRiven.
IS ALREADY OVERDUE
Tho whorcabouls of-the UrltUh col
lier Hurinlston, iilready consldp.abl
overdue froni Newport News, U caus
ing considerable uneasiness hero. Tno
Hermlston, laden with coal for Hit)
local nanl station, skllod from, Now
lort News a we'ek before tho Kai'r".i
The latter arrived hero several ilan
ago, hut nothing has been heard -rim
tho Hermlston. t
Tho ICatuna reported a very stormy
lassage around tho Horn .ant), acroij
ing to all reckoning! tho Herinlnion
Oiould havo been light In tho thick of
tho hurricane. No ery grave fo.ua
aro felt for the safoty of the ousel,
as she was heavily laden and would
lido conifortubl) through a storm that
would prove serious to a ship with a
lighter cargo. The cause of her delay
Ib causing buiiio speculation, however.
Yee Hal Dam, tho Koroan who killed
a fellow count r) man In Kona, and wjiu
has been sentenced to, liang ror.tho
deed, was brought down from Hawaii
this morning, and has been placed in
the Oahu prison.
8AN FRANCISCO, Nov, 20, 8uair!
88 analysis beets 10s. 3.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2158.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 188.
ISLAND FRUITS AS HOLIDAY
Why nott Can you, 'conceive of
anything nicer to send your relatives
or mends for the holidays T Leave
your order with tu aad it will have
prompt and careful attention.
Island Fruit Co..
72 8. KINO. PHOTO IS.
E ACT as Execuri of
Wills. It is our, special
business, nnd no indi
vidua! can be in a posi
tion to do it so well as we.
There is absolutely no chance of
our failing to carry out every item
as it was intended to be carried ont;
Let us see you abont your will.
We make it out in proper form free,
. John Colbum this afternoon ro
V eel veil wireless mi image from
C. W. Ash ford at
went to Kona to defen I Sennr
elect Baker, who was ctiai ,- it
with emoezzieiuvm, statins that
f his client had Ix'on acquitted on
both charjies agulnst him. This
s was dofixn an tnstructcd v.Mllst
for acquittal In bot.i cases
Deputy Attorney (leneral Sill-
ton nppoarej for the Territoij,
t f ',
T. Milner Harrison
Would Be Dep'ty
T. Milner Harrison, tho lawyer and
iiithor whose exciting adventures hao
occupied cflpsldorablc time In the local
Police ..Court of late, has aspirations
for the higher things In his profession,
Vr. Harrison, who Is now under ra
bono of 'f 250 to keen the ncace this
morning applied (to Acting Attorney
General Whitney : for a .position in tho
The ambition ol Harrison,, It seems,
was to become a Deputy Attorney (len
eral. But his hopes were rudely shut'
Io was gentl), but firmly. Informed
by Acting Attorney General Whitney
that tho Legislature hud not anticipat
ed his application for a position, and
consequent!) there was no appropria
tion lor sainrj
Harrison said that he wus sorry, and
L1DDY WANTS TO
' CARRY WEAPON
Seaman's Agent Alleges
Man On Rosecrans
Seaman's Agent Jon. T. Uddy Is
once more In trouble, and he Is de
manding tho protection of Die United
States, of which the "gr r-oat and,
good" Theodore Koosovolt Is the pres
ent President. This morning Mr. Lid
dy camo to tho otneo of United States
District Attorney Breckons, armed
with n written statement to the effect
that a man on tho otteamer Rose
crans hud used Insulting language to
Mr. Uddy thereforo demanded tlu
nrotectlon of tho United States gov
ernment, and asked that ho bo given
permission to carry a gun.
Now, Mr. nrccKous uas naming io
do with tho granting of permits of
that naturo, and hu told Mr. Lltldy
thnt, so far as he was concerned, he
(Llddy) could carry a cannon If ho bo
However, ho told Llddy that tho
best thing ho could do would bo to seo
Sheriff Iaukea, and mako a request
for tho permit.
W FOREIGN PORTS-
Friday, Nov.20, 1808.
NKW YORK Balled,! Nov. 20:
Bk. rooting Buoy, for Honolulu
Divorced wife of Albert E. Sutton
wins pei mission to visit children.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
(LEWBRS A COOKE BLD0.)
Will Be One of Chief
Matters Before the
Acting Attorney General Whitney is
at present working out and drawing
Op a direct primary law, which will
be presented for the consideration of
tho new legislature when It goes Into
icsslon next year, A direct primary
law was put up to tho lost Legislature
but It died very shortly, being opposed
by sonio of those who wero to sup
Tho direct primary law will do away
with .the conventions, and will allow
each cltlieu to lto direct for tho man
whom he wishes to support. Although
the law will bo put before the Legis
lature as ono of the chief matiors to
claim Its atten'lon, grave doubts are
being fell as to whether It will be
Some minor changes will bo mado as
compared .with the law that went be
fore the' last Legislature, but as a
wjiole It will naturally bo about the
"Tho outcome, of) tho Harvard-yae
football game will ba-celebratedat
tho University Club Tomorrow "iiljtht,
by tho ulumnl'of the two Institutions,
with a .smoker. Tho merrymakers
will gather) at about 8:30 o'clock,
Thero is a strong contingent of
both Harvard nnd Yalo mc'n hero and
tho outcome uf tho great gnmo Is to
them about the most Important mat
ter of thu )ear. As the tlmo of the
game approaches, excitement Is grow
ing Intense and the returns tomorrow
will ho awaited with almost breath
Tho Klloham Art League sale Is be
ing attended by a k oit "my people
and tho handsomo articles ure lelllug
fast. Tho salo will close Saturday uf
tornoon at 5 o'clock.
To all parti of the city, promptly and
carefully made. Expert handlers of
Drug Co., Ltd.
TRY OUR FINE
Combination Lunch and
Phone in advance for reserved tables.
Spring Valley Co. Sued
For Many Millions
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 20 The Sprinc Valley Water Com
pany has .been sued by property owners for damages, amounting to $10,
634,000, alleged to have resulted from the lack of water durintj the
earthquake and fire,
. .- . m. ( t
PEKIN, China, Nov. 20. Emperor Chun resent the interfcienca
with his imperial edict, arid declares that he lias the nuthor.ty from
the late Empress Dowager. He commands obedience.
I ! I
Germany Will Spend
Vast Sums On Navy
BERLIN, Germany. Nov. 20. The naval estimates amount to over u
hundred million dollars.
Raise Express Rates
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov.
there will b a ninety-per-cent. increase in express rates on mcrclian-
dise coming from the East.
m i m
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 2D. Major General John F. Weston
hu been placed in command of the Department of California, succeeding
HARD FIGHT ON
Forner Attorney Gonernl K G Tt t
era and M. r. I'rosser, who wus at
that tlmo a Deputy Attorney Ociioral
under PeteiB, uro engaged In tun uf
tho sharpest legal fights that has been
heard In tho Circuit Courts for soiuo
time past, tho cuso being the Terri
tory v. Klmurncharged with nsx lull
ing a Chinaman In tho kitchen of tho
Moan a hotel, Tho case Is n nilmr
ono, but tho attornojs nre lmit'In,;,
hard ovor ooo phase of tho cue
Stands for EXCELLENCE in a
A genuine Russia' Calf Blucher
Bal, made over the "Smile" Last.
It gives its owner a sense of satis
faction every time he sees it.
We guarantee this shoe to be per
20. Notice has beon given that
Gold Tip Ideal 8moke
10 to Package 25 Cents.
MOGENSON'S SPECIALTY CO.,
Los Gatoi, Cal., Pacific Coast Agent.
If not at dealer we will send by
mall to any address upon receipt of
Southern Tactile Hnllroad robbed
by trusted clalnm clerk, who Is ar
rested with alleged dupes. f
823 FORT ST.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
Fort and Hotel Sta.