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From San Fnmciico:
The Convent Gardener: An Epi
Asia Nov. 30
sode of the French Revolution; A
For San Francisco:
Little Child Shall lead Them; A
Hllonlnn ...Dec. 1
New Way of raying Debts; Billy Is
on a Spree; The Baby Show; Angel
of the Village: The Frog; Genii of
Moan a Dec. 12
.. : pec 1 3:30 EDITION Bu,letln Advertising is profitable to Honolulu's Merchantsthe only reason worth while
Fire ; Capt. -Kiild.
VOL. X. No. 41G8.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1908. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
BADLY "BEATEN UP
Ah a icxiill of an ntttirk mule upon
Mln hint night by a bartender of tlio
IMIncu Cnfo ami n confoilernto Dr. i:.
T. Ituli liltmnii. flu. ilinllKl. Im nt nios-
n i ... i.i .i... v
I'llt t ii.llllii'i. in nil .mini ill iiiu i' t.
1l..t..l ivllli Imikmi 1, nr .mil .. n llr llf
Hod with a liiiikiMi liKHti.I n pilrnr
Mill ilillil itii.il 'W
Tlio birteiidcr told tin- Unit I emp.l
a bill Mr l 10," said Hutchinson lit n
hem this afternoon. 'l loM lilm that
1 bail no ricnllcotlon or It, mill Hint,
If IIiIh vveio ko, bu would uudniihtcdl
have a Pblt foi It This lid In word,
but I went luck to whole I was P..1-
lug and nnlshed , meal When 1 re
turned to the bnr wo bail a fuvv inoiu
words, and then suddenly tho bartend
( r, whoso n imp I do not know, lilt iiiu
In tlio lace. I tin not ueollut If 1
was llooii.l oi simply iliiirpil. When I
rirmnn,! In imiin lnrl lit lilm u linu.
wbo Ik piupUop.l ns a liorxo traliur
T - .... , ,
bj tlio Tpnllory Stubl-s klckul mo,
bienkliiR ni Ipk, about four laches bo
low lliu kupp 1 lo nut l.now jut
whclher I kIiiiII piompiiio or not."
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 27,
SUGAR: 88 anahsii Beets, 10s. 3d,
Parity, 4.1G cents. Previous quota-'nr
tion, 10s. 3 3-4d.
AFTER TWO YEARS
Vigilance of Marshal
Hendry Is At Last
After a seanh that linu lasted for
MiiuctliliiR mei twn je.us, I no Yo
hlililn, iharKPil with conspiracy, an-1
NatKii, n woman aicompllie, linvo
In en louitc.l In Kona, Hawaii, nti'l,
mcorilliiB to a wlieliss rueUcl heio
this inoi nliiff. Deputy Untlnl Statts
Marshal William ChllllncwoitU litis
taken them both In custody and will
tlther brltiR them li.u.K to Honolulu
in tnko them to IIIU) to fain tilal.
Yoshlda was aucsteil In lfloe on a
LharRP of conaplinc. wlikh In llilaj,lu HiibtnUnlon lo tho Kalr Conimla,
n.. ..... In.. II.. ...... . I... nil. . .ifrTt ... r i.. !.. . , ... (- t. ..
case practically iihiiiih violation or
tlio lMiiiiinilrt A(t, but ha did not fnio
On Maj S, lHOfi, a wnrmtit ror Yo
Hilda ami N'ntsu was issued and on
October 27 of tho same scar tlio
bench w ai rant vvhh terved. This wi.i
on tlio Islimil of Hawaii, and a Jmy
was diawn ror the .lanuary term In
1 1 1 lo. This was tho only enso mi tho
cilcndnr. Court convened, but Yo
shlila, who had been allow cil Ills fico
iloin on ball, did not appciu, nor was
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How would you like to have
a suit made to your measure
by the world's foremost fash
Select the cloth you prefer
from our bipr special lino of
samples, and we measure you
and guarantee to fit you in a
stylish, well-cut suit.
The Kash Co.,
Foit and Hotel Sts.
JAVA OR FRIEND
.Invu turn lately taken up actlvn work
thrnuch a government bureau, rt)l
, ... i . it. i i
CIICOIirnglllK tlllltlst travel In tllu Is-
tu)(1 Th.() liwl Pr,,lno.i() com-l
iiiIHpm wprllllv I ecelvp.l a nlllllll tV Of
1)rllt,.(1 ,attpr dpspribing tin- woudcia
n( iiciights ()f tint p.irllcnlir lilt of
tlio world, as well aH detailed lllner-
nrlos or hips Hint can be made. Al-
though lliu .lava l n Dutch ikisscm-
Ion. Ibo Hit r.itiirii soul heio Is In
i:iiBllli.w' II nii.1 liilt-it MI.irIj pre-
1..,,;' j-", &
, (li ,hki. ami being In tlio
m - nek f u,,lri, navel should bo ol
mmli nsslhtsmto lo our Inter. stH.
It was a gicnt tliup Tor Hie Hlks out
lit tlio boailtlflll Mlllll.l Hotel Oil
TlunksKlxliiK pp. for they enter
talnpil huuitroils of kucrIk with .lane
liiK from !) o'clock until tho parly
nomine bonis Thprc was a Inrso
Pinwil at tho bench hotel bill KlU'll
by HoiiiiIiiIii l.o'lK" nib, II l. (). n.
ami oxpr.Miup bail an oiijnjabtp time.
At II o'clock llfv Kie.it ciistoin of
tho Klks to .Irlnk a toast to their ab
sent luolliprs wns uirileil out inn I d
. ileep slli nee AltOKPthcr It was ono
tho inoxt Kiircpsnrul affairs mtr rIV
on at tlio Moann.llotcl.
For Seattle Fair
Inhibits will bo bebl In oer hthool
In I liu various Islimls ilurlni; tho hast
or vacation for tlio IiIk fdiool pxhlblt
which wilt bo seleeleil to ko to tho
Alavka-Yukon-l'.icine Imposition 111 So-
..III.. It. 1HIII1 -I'lilu uiiu .Infllilliilt .In.
,,,,,,, Uih m;,rnnK llt thu mcLiw bf
pediiKOKiies In tho ollleo of Siipurinten
dent Ilabbltt It ban been plnnncd for
Lonio tliuo In liavu ouch ichool niako a
hcpnnito oXhlblt and today It was du
ally decided that tho best would bo
till loci f i ciiii tho n.ister vacation school
Pkblblts and brmiRlit to Honolulu for
islon before being ient to Sim Krnn
Hpcclul AkciiI I.lojd ChlhlR wns at
Hip inc etiiiK ami ho iiiitllncd tho plans
ho has mnilo for tho hlx Ilawallnu .lis
play at Senltle. Ho ttnli-.l that tho
school exhibit was ono of tho most im
jMirtnut fcutiirPB, and he npprcelntcil
tho heart) Interest that has so fur
been shown In Kcltlnc II toRclher. Mr.
Dnbbitt outlined tho plans lie linn form
ulated for tho school exhibit, after
which a prnctlcil discussion ensiip.l
ns to ways and means for tho exhibit.
Thoso piesent wcro as follows: Mr.
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Community Will Fight
1 Hard For Mahuka Site
DEMAND MONEY BACK
IF SiTEJS CHANGED
November 27, 190R.
Henry Watci house Tnibt Company,
Honolulu, T. II.
(lentleiucn: Some II mo iiko, after
tlio citizens of Honolulu In public
meetlnK assembled, nt which was pres
ent a represent'illvo or tho Kcderal
Clnvornnitnt from Washington, had
decided upon tho Mnhuka slto as the
bent location for tho proposed Fcder.ll
building, wo subscribed the sum of
$1,000 00 to assist In ohtnlnliiK tint
slto Tor this particular puriKiso. Upon
jour assurance that overt hint? had
been Ratisfactorll) arrnuKcd to this
end. wo paid tho abnvo named sum.
There was no condition ina.lo as to
tho tlmu when tho biillilliiK should bo
erected, ns Hint was neccssiirllj left
to Hip wisdom of ConKresB, but there
whr tho ilpftnllo imdcrHtandliiK and
agreement that tho money subscribed
bj us, mid othcrR, wan for tho pur
poses or placliiR ,tho land III qucillcm
In tho bunds of the rcdernl tliivern
mint for tho stiocinc nurposu men
tioned. It now Miik reported thsl
Ibis priiportj him been uxchatiKcd, sub
ject to the approval of Congress, for
a dltTorcnt slto on which to elect tho
Federal llullilliip, to have tn say, that
In the event of Its being dctlnUcl) de
cided In plaru tho Raid building else
where, or or tho Mahuka nlto being
used for any purpose, other than
UK! cod ilium, vvp shall bold )ou re-
c-poiiRlble for the icturn to us or tho
amount or 11,000 00 p-ild )on In trust
for Hie cnroitiR out of tho agreement
Yours very truly.
(Signed) IiHWCnS & COOKK, LTD
llv r. J. I.owrpy, Prpsldenl.
Tho nbovo letter, which was sent
by lowers ftCooko this morning lo
tho Wnlerhoiiso Trust Co , Illustrates
n now phnso of tho building slto mat
ter, which tho recent changes In tho
Mtiintlun has brought about.
Tho strppl carried through from
King to Merchant street cost about
$35,000, and of IIiIh amount about half
wns raised H general Httniscrlptlnn,
while tho rest Iran paid by tlio owners
of I ho properly.
Kowrcy stated that ho had mtido no
canvas of tlio rest of tho subscribers,
but nnothcr of Ihcso, to whom ho had
mentioned tho step bo wan taking, had
told hltn that his position was tho cor
rect ono, and that ho would do thu
rnniei In view of thin It seems nulto
rnbable that tho other subscribers
will also demand their money back,
should tlio location of tho Federal
building bu changed.
Get the Best!
Our messengers are the one you see
on the go; there is nothing slow
about them Watch them!
how small your estate,
you should make a will,
and it should be
properly drawn up, in
We will do this for
you without charge, if
made one' of the Exec
utors. Your wife may
be the other.
823 FORT ST;
OF FEDERAL SITE
A resolution presented tn
the Chamber of Commerce this
nflcruoon, fivorlng the Ma
huka site, was referred lo a
special committee consisting
of Messrs, Tenncy, Swamty,
Dovvsett, Kennedy, and how
re with Instructions to report
nt n special mooting to bo held
on Monclii) afternoon nt 3
J. I. Cooke, chairman, read an ox
tract from the minutes of thn meet
ing held In September, 1906, at
which It was decided i to take up tho
liulldlng-slte matterV and of subse
quent meetings bearing on the mat
ter, stating that It appeared to hnvo
been decided not to tnko action.
Spalding asked If any Instructions
hud been bent to McClellan to tnko
action ns n representative of tho
Ho was told that nono had been
"Then ho ban taken this action
slmpl) on his own hook," Bald Spald
I'cck said ho had understood that
the Young Hotel meeting was ono of
the Chamber and the Merchants' As
sociation, tn which tho public had
been Invited, Ko wished to know if
this were so.
Spalding said that the Chamber
had had no connection with the
"It was not a largo and represent
ative mooting," ho added, "It was u
"It was a large meeting," said W.
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- ' ip
Fine Bristles, Hardwood Backs
New Stock just in at
Drug Co., Ltd.
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.)
MERCHANTS OF FORT
STREET AIL FAVOR
A li it I I o 1 1 n reporter made a
ennvasH ot tho business houses c u
Fort strict tbli morning tn get the
views nf tho men of tho street ou tho
proposed exchange of tho Fcdenil-
bullcllng site. The following quota
tions tell tho story:
Mr. Sachs of Sachs1 & Co. "I cer
la Inly am strongly In fnvor of the
Mahuka site. It Is convenient and
suitable to tlio community."
A. Illnni "It Is unjust to make a
change now, especially after the Ma
huka site has been selected by the
agent of tho Treasury Department.
That Is tho best phico for the Feeler-
Hi-building site. It Is good from .1
business point of view."
Tom Dunn, head ot Dunn's hat
shop In tho Harrison block, said
"The Mahuka Rite Is tho best placo
for thn Federal liilllillne. ,. It, bi-ren
trally located In the business section
'Jns. McCJulrc "It Is more nilvan
tngcous to tho public to havo the
Federal building erected on thn Ma
hutcn slto than on I'nlaco Square
From an artistic point ot view. It Is
better lo have tho Federal building
on I'nlaco Square. Personally, I pre
fcr the Mahuka site."
K, Isoshlnin "I like the Mnhu'ta
site belt, because It Is closo to tbo
business section of town."
If. II. William "The Mahuka site
Is all right. It b.u been i elected T
tho best place for the Federal build
Ing. I am In favor of It."
M. II. Counter "Tho Mahuka slto
Is the best placo and tho most con
vcnlcnt to the public."
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There will bo a general meeting of
members of tho Merchants' Assocla-
linn hntil fit I lw Anufuilallnit ftfi.no
Oflt M frntifllicu ImtMlncr mi I'tMnuV
November 27, J908, nt 3 p. m.
Matters ot particular Interest and
for Hip gonornl welfare of tho Associa
tion will bo considered. Kindly sond
n representative to this mooting.
EDWIN II. PAIUS,
Hawaiian Wireless Telegraph &
Telephone Co. is receiving orders now
tor automatto phones at Waterhouse
Trust Co. Be one of the first to get
your name on the list.
Island Fruits as
Why not? Can you oonoeive of
anything nicer to send your relatives
nf frtmH for tba bnllifavaf Tjtav
lyour order with us and it will have
prompt and careful attention.
1 Island Fruit Co
72 S. KINO.
HOT SPRIN0S. W. Va.. Nov. 27.
statement here today in which he declares Ins allcsinncc to the tarid
rcvision plank of the Republican partv.
' i n mPr
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 27.
Republican National Committee, has
Postmaster General in the Cabinet of
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 27. Wilson wni on Hie witness stand
in the graft case today. He told again the slory of Alic Rurf's lcl.ittoni
with the Grafter Board of Super; is era.
i i m
VANCOUVER ISLAND, B. 0
resident, was murdered and robbed
MINISTER COOLIDGE DESIGNS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 27. Minister
representative to Nicaraugun, has lcsigncd
LIMA, Tcni, Nov. 27. A heavy storm swept Cnllno today, threat
cning great damage and cutting communication,
m i i
STEAMER NORTHLAND ASHORE
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov.
Fewer Callers By
In 1908 Than
In 1907 '
The record of visitors for .the past
)cur out nt the lllshop Museum shows
a decided deennso as compared with
tho attendance tor tho previous two
enrs, according to I bo Htalvmc nt of
tho trustees of tho Institution, In mini;
their twelfth annual accounts. Con
slderablo controversy has been heard
of late pro and con tho keeping of tho
Museum open on Sunday, somo nrgu
Ing that fow people hnvo (ho tlmu to
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Tho lorn! marine encampment Is
now commanded by a cnutnln Tho
proper modn or millions mi tho idm
A Patent dress shoe made
with a feather-weight, flexi
ble sole and inncrsoles.
This gives the shoe that
comfortable feeling that wo
like so much in our old
They arc made by one of the best factories
leathers by skilled, experienced workmen.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
Picsidcnt-elcct Taft gnvc out a
Frank Hitchcock, chairman of the
accepted the proffer of lac office oft
President-elect Taft "
Nov. 27. Hugh McMnhon, a wealthy
today. There is no due to his imuil- (
The steamer Northland is ashore on "
AT MARINE CAMB
Structure Being Built Bj
Men Of The
A new hcadiimrtcrs building la ho
Ing erected at tho marine encamp
tn f ii t , under tlio supervision or C.t.i
(it I li 111), tho commanding nltltcrt
Tho hiilldfng will contain CaptaliB
I1i's olllcei ns well .is tho pint cxl
change, and Is pr.it I li .illy iculy foa
'I ho coiupl. linu of the new blruitf
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iiiiindlug (idle or Is Ciiplain 1'aj Instead
or Mr Fns Though ulllc-liilly tlio gciij
lul romuiandor In not utitllhul tn the
designation, the J'rcmldeut not Imiliir
signed his new inmniltslnii, Im is mil
nlllolnlb so blylfln ns ho has passed
his examination and will bo In rd'
celpt ot his commission, and tlio nil
sequent light tn wear twn bars mi hit1
bhniihb'is, within tlio Hint fiw iln:. j
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