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inducements to the purchaser, then
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learncd-by every merchant who
in the Evening Bulletin.
VOL. X. No. 4107.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908. 8 PAGES.
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Five Million Dollar
Contract At Stake
lllds for Urn tnigest Individual con
tmct ccr let ror the Hawaiian Isl
ands will lie opened at Washington
in Tuesdny next. Tlio Mils uie for
di edging wink In connection with
thn Inipmu'iucnt of 1'eo.rl llnilior
anil tho total i-oht of the work will
lnohalily niri).iLh Jfi. 000,001).
The Hpccl Unit Icitis rciiulre that np
pitulmntcly n.OIMl.Odn cubic yards it
I'arth lie runou-d. The Army cou
tinit for dicdglng In lliiniilulu Hnr
lior wb lot at a prlco of 97 ccntH per
inhlc ard, or ahout $388,000 Tor tho
total rontiact, covering approximate
ly 400,000 cubic yards.
About 1,000,000 Ltihlc ynrds of tho
dredging In l'cirl Ilatlior will ho
Caught After Rattle
Opimul Alfa, thu leper suspect nnilklli nisself, Klnl. Win. Kauaklkana. J."
ili'siiemilii of Kawulhanat. who for r.- i )..,.. ,,,i ifnh.n won, win. in inn
rW 'w b" n defying Ihe authorities
irom ins siroiignoiii in uiv niuuuiniu
faatnessnes. was captured Inst night
by the Wnlulua iollce after n deeper-
Accoiillng to the police Alia has
been terrorizing the entire neighbor -
hood for years. Ho was ulwuyu armed
i ml made a practice of holding up
Japanese, finm.whain he tooH food and
money, stealing and committing other
depredations, llecently he becaimi
Htlll more daring and moved Into tho
Ullage of Kawallmpal Itself, v. hero ho
lived with his brother Makahlkl and
his cousin, Jennie Davis, who Is al
leged to be his mlstrcsH. Ho let It
be kiionii that ho would kill on sight
any police olllcer who M'litined neflr
lit in. and as lie was always fully armed
It was generally belleed that ho
would cany out his tin vat.
The stoiy of tho arrest Is told In tho
follow lug letter, which Sheriff laukea
this morning ircelwit from Deputy
Hheilff Oscar Cox of Walalua, who
made the capture with the asblstanco
of no mo of his olllcers:
"Halclwo. Nov. 23.
"I will Inform you thnt Opimul Alia
.of Kawalhapal, who hns been wanted
or borne time past, was at Kawalhapal
last night. He had a revolver loaded
in his person, and It took Klnl Knlna
mid Wm. Kuiiahlkaua oulto n hard
light hcfoio they succeeded ,ln puttlurf
tho handcuffs on him.
"Monday ovcnlng wo tried to nrrett
Alia, but were not successful, and re
turned at about 11:45 p. in. I.aut
night wo mado another effort. Jus.
Kalona uuil Kanemoku Knkulu did
umlii good work In locating Opimul,
Mnknlilkl and that girl (Jennie Davis)
and In helping us to got r.enr tho
place. About 7 o'clock p. m. Kaaomo-
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The Kash Co.,
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comparatively cany, say engineers. In
comparison with the obstacles which
faced the iltedgcrB In tho Honolulu
work. On the other hand, something
over 1,000,000 cubic yards must bo
i omo veil at a distance one and a half
miles at sea. Those In touch with
such matters say that the prlco for
the latter cannot by any possibility
bo any Ic.hm t linn (lint paid for the
Honolulu hnrhoc work.
The out-at-sea dredging of Pearl
Harbor will ho far from nn easy
matter, as the present unprotected
stato of the outer territory will prac
tically place tho ilredgors at tho met
ry of the wind and waves, judging
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te"c of tl0 house. Information was
tllun Riven ,1S that Optinul anil Jennie
WPro j,, tho dining loom. Makahlkl
wn tnken away from the house by
Kn)e nml Kalona, Jr. Wo started fot
,,, ,iinl, ,, When Klnl nml Kan-
nhlkmla nrrive, m the door they lost
some llttlo tlmo In picking out Opu
mil ns there were eight or ten persons
In the room at tho tme. As booh ns
Opunul saw tho olflrurs ho quickly
reached for his revolver, nun saw
him niako tho move and Jumped nt
him, pinning down hla hands, wm.
Knuahlkana was close by him and
Opunul mado a desperatu fight. Dur
ing thu struggle tho lamp was over
turned, tho light going out. Another
lamp wan on the veranda of the liouso
nml this was brought In.
"I brought Opunul, Mnknlilkl and
Jennie to tho Jail and they aro now In
custody. Wo found some ammuni
tion In Opunut'8 room, also a 45-70
calibre Winchester rifle.
"I left Klnl Knlna at Kawalhapal
last night and may havo to stay thero
(Contiaatd o Pag S)
Tho third olllcer of the Hilonian
wnB this afternoon struck by a block
which broke from Its fastenings. Tho
patiol wagon was sent for, but it wis
found that his injuries wero slight
Ho was taken to the Queen's Hospi
tal, nevertheless, to have u wound
which he had received under the
Qurrey & Co. havo received by tho
Hilonian, direct fiom Ilochestcr, all
sizes of kodak films and kodak papers.
With Good Things
SEVENTY-TWO PIECES OF
FREIGHT FOR FORTIFICATIONS
"Hilonian Bullet" Publishes Wireless
News and Tells Stories of the
, Ship's Passenger List
Tho Mntson Navigation Company
stenniBhlp Hilonian came Into prt thb
morning with her passenger aecommo
latlons filled to overflowing, mid u i.
low decks one of the largest local car
goes over brought from San Kr.mclsco
to this iurt.
Tho cold storago was flllcil with
Thanksgiving orders nml much had to
be refused that wnB offered In San
Krnnclsco. Tho general cargo 'n
eludes over sovonty articles of futrlit
for tho United Slates government, be
ing tho final material for thu Dl-iiuon I
Head fort and tho first shipment for
tho fort at tho ontrancu of I'c.ul Har
bor the Queen Emma Point fort.
Cimlnln Johnson was somewhat ills
appointed In not reaching port Tues
day nftqrnoon, hut there was ani-ln
causo for tho delay. Tho sailing of
tho vessel was delayed on account of
tho large gamount of freight coming
Into, and the third day out heavy
weather was met which held the run
down. The Hilonian Is such n mag
nificent sea boat that the passengers
experienced no discomfort.
From the passenger ntniuloInt tho
trip down was nn exceptionally pleas
ant one. Captain Johnson and his of
flcors know how to maku their pationj
at homu and cnmfortnblo In all kind
of weather. Threo iBBiies of tho "Ill
Ionian Dullot" wero lssuid through the
asslstanco of the steward, Mr. I-om-bardt,
and tho wireless man. Thu
first Issue camo out on Saturday last
and under the heading of "Who's
Who," gave tho following account of
thu passcmicrs on board:
"Mrs. II. Gorman, threo llttlo dor
mans and the Misses lMna. Allco and
LAllcen Gorman, aro returning from a
year s visit in tin? mates.
"V. Stark Is returning to I.ahalna,
"Mr. and Mm. Wm. Kent nnd daugh
ter aro going to Honolulu to find tho
thirteen pdunds Mr. Kont gained while
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The annual nWsbny dinner
and outing of the li u 1 1 e t I n
newsboys will ! held ut noon
tomorrow and I us in former
sears a very Jolly If very noisy
lot of boys will assemble ut the
Tho dinner will bo served at
the usual plnco where the II u I
I c t I n bou' and ull others
have fared so well, the Palm
The outing will take a souic-
wliut different form this ear,
as the promise of a ery wel
come aln welcome to nil but
the boys makes it probable
that the polo grounds at Mo
nitaluu will be rather damp. So
the llu 1 1 ot In 'Will take the
boys, to tho beach, where they
can be wet and happy regard
less of the rain. They will
leave the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n office by
Ilapld Transit r early
morning and prtceed to-
and prOceed to- the
Moana Hotel bnthn at Walktkt.
There Manager Hertche has
prepared all the comforts of a
great day. The boya will bo
turned loose on tho beach and
they will do the rest bo far aB
Joy Is concerned.
They will be given a tour of
the Hapjd Transit llnea and nt
about noon the dinner of 'tur
key and pie and all the Thanka-
siring flxln's will be served at
the Palm. After dinner tho
Art theatre will bo the center
of attraction. The boys will bo 4
given reserved scats In the the-
atre and may stay as Ions as
Aside from the dinner, the
program is changed this year
from former Thanksgiving cele
brations, hut the boya like ev
erything that has action and
good things connected with It.
They are the best newsboys In
town, who sell tho beBt news-
paper In town. You will know
when they are around by the
Get the Best!
Onr messengers are the ones yon tee
on the go; there is nothing slow
about them Watch them!
75o and $1.00
THANKSGIVING DAY, NOVEMBER 28TH.
Party Dinners Arranged Specially. PHONE 59.
Alexander Young Cafe
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
The negotiations for the exchange
cf the Mahuka site for the Irwin site
were completed Nov. 0 by the tender
of a proposition by Mr. Irwin to the
Secretary of the Treasury and his
The Department of the Interior
and the Department of the Treasury
will recommend the consummation of
this transaction to Congress.
It is erroneous to assume that any
representations have been made to
either Secretary Garfield or Assistant
Secretary Winthrop to influence
them to change the location of the
Federal building from the, Mahuka
site to the Irwin site. Secretary
Winthrop having freely expressed his
preference for the Irwin site from the
very beginning and only completed
the negotiations tor the Hahuxa site
because he considered the Depart
ment bound by the Taylor contract.
Secretary Garfield has been here and
seen for himself, and is equally
strong for the 'Palace Square location.
This statement was given to the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n representative thin aft
ernoon by II. K. Cooper, who has Just
returned from Washington. It indi
cates that the deal far tho exchange
Is complete except for the confirma
tory action of Congress. Mr. Cooper
Is very positive in his assertion that
there won no representation mado to
the Secretaries to cause them to be
lieve thnt public sentiment wns other
than it has been expressed In various
documents now before the Depart
ment In Washington.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 25.
SUGAR: 86 analysis Beets, 10s.
3 3-4d. Parity., 4.18 cents.
"Automatic telephone service"
means "good service." Subscribe
now for an automatic, at Waterhouse
Members of tho Jury IB the United
States District Court have been noti
fied that they neod not appear In court
until Krlday morning. November 27.
Island Fruits as
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anything nicer to send your relatives
or friends for the holidays t Leave
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prompt and careful attention.
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MANILA, P. I., Nov. 25. The naval hospital ship Belief, which nar
rowly escaped destruction in a frightful storm, is icturning to Manila un
der her own steam.
POET AU PRINCE, Hayti. Nov. 25. General Lccomto. Haytian
Minister of the Interior, was killed today by Populnc Qcrcmic to satisfy
revenge. Summary execution of the assassin and suspected rebels will
i t i m
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 25. The betting on the Ketchd-IMp-ke
fight is ten to seven on Papke.
VALETTA, Island of Malta, Nov. 25. One humM and twenty
three eople have perished in the stcimer Cardinin, which was destroyed
by fire. The larger part of the victims were Aiab pilgrinu.
PEKIN, China, Nov. 25. The Gcvermiwar't?oop3,ha,'e'restore''f older
m imm if
SHERIDAN MONUMENT" UNVEILED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 25.
veiled here today with elaborate ceremony. President Roosevelt deliver-
ed an address reviewing the career of
TO QUELL THE RI0TEHS
PERTH AMB0Y. Nov. 25. Fifty Denutv Sheriffs have been sunm
in to cope with the riotous strikers. Incendiary fires are frequent nnd
several men have been wounded in street riots.
A telephone report reached the
police station this afternoon from the
Kancohe court houso to the effect
thnt a Hnwallan lowboy from thnt
Public Buildings Will
Be On Mahuka Site
"The Mahuka site was taken over
by the United States of America for
public use," said a prominent Kedernl
official this morning, "and It cannot
be turned over to any prlvato party
or parties, ut least without an Act
of Congrcbs, and this, I am sure,
will not be done.
"The condemnation proceedings
expressly stnte that the slto wnH to
be utilized for a public purpose. Tho
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The Sheridan monument wat un-
the famous war leader.
lljgc had been caught and devour
ed by a alinrK last Monday while ho
wns out llshlng. No details wero
All thu TonltorUil olllces nnd the
couits will be ilo-ieil toinoriow to
celebr.ilo Tuil.ej-das Tlio Judiciary
Capltol'ii lull gnnio In the afternoon
will lie tile main feature
Constitution provides that the (tov
eminent has thu right to condemn
property belonging to prlvato Indi
viduals, after u le.isonnblo remuner
ation has been paid, to convert It to
tho public use. Of course, the Ma
huka slto can be nbandoned now, but
It would mean a great I033 ot money.
All ot the money for the silo ban
been paid and It could not be gotten
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