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VOL. X. NO. 4174.
io pages. Honolulu; territory oF'HXwfaft, Friday,-December 4, ibos.io pages.
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WILLEMSTAD, Curacao, D. W. I, Dec. 4. Three Dutch warships
are makintj a demonstration of force along the Venezuelan coast. It is
believed that the ships arc ready to enforce a blockade unless the Ven
ezuelan Government changes its attitude toward Dutch interests.
Gen. Simon Soon To
Enter Haytian City
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Hayti, Dec. 4. Quiet prevails throughout the
citv today. Gen. Simon's army will enter the city tomorrow. Possession
will not be disputed. ,
Briber Murphy Next
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 4. District Attorney Langdon made
the opening statement for the Prosetution today in the trial of Murphy
Ship and Dock Burn
PORTLAND, Me., Dec. 4. The docks of the Grand Trunk Railway
and the Atlantic liner Cornishman wi re today destroyed by a fire that bid
fair to carry destruction all along the harbor-front of the city. The loss
is estimated at 3350,000.
MAILED HIMSELF POISON
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 4. The police have evolved the the
cry of self-poisonini in the Henry Boas mystery. Boas died yesterday
from taking strychnine that he received through the mails. The police
now claim that Boas mailed the poison to himself.
STEAMER WRECKAGE COMES ASHORE
NORTH SYDNEY, C. B Dec. 4. Wreckage from the steamer Soo
City came ashore here today.
NEW BANK MANAGER
M. Tnkleda, tlio now mannRcr of
llui local branch or tlio Yokohama
Spot-In li.itik, arrived , tills tuoriiliiK
1 1 oui f loin Jap-in iiiid wns met liy K.
Otsukn, tlio Hiili niiinngur, outside thu
liarlior. Ml. Tokledu wn formoily
connected vvlth tlio New York otllco of
the.Spicle bank and leslileil tlieio for
IInliiK ronimnnd of thn nilKllsh Inn
puago, It In expected tlint Mr. ToMeila
will make, a lulgo number of acquaint
ances liero. r.i'fciiloa belli,; .1 gojil
We arc read; for the Holiday Rush. We are stocked
up with the handsome it line of fine tics and cravats ever
The wife's Christ nas present of a tie to her husband is
always appreciated anl wc would like to see the man who
would not be proud t wear any one of the ties we show.
You just cannot raak mistake in selecting them.
The Kash Co.,
CORNER OF TORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
scholar, lie Ik a graduato of tlio Toklo
lHin,' Slmerunn hns Instituted dl
u.rco pioceedlngi against Murgerlta
Simerson on tho giounds of adultery
and extreme cruelty. HO alleges thnt
ho has used ItiHiiltlng languago to
wards Mm for tho past ear, failed to
attend to her household dudes nnd has
been unlit of adultery.
COULDN'T SEE THEM
"You hao done jour best to en
force the blue laws?" said bne offi
cial. "Yes," misvvercd the othor.
"Hut the police were color blind."
TWO MILLIONILL BE
SPENT Oft! ARMY POST
THREE HUNDRED REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES WILL COMPRISE PRESIDIO AT LEILEHUA,
WHICH WILL ACCOMMODATE SIX REGrMENTsf OF INFANTRY, ONE. REGIMENT EACH OF CAV
ALRY AND FIELD ARTILLE RY, AND COMPANIES OF SIGNAL CORPS, ENGINEERS AND MEDI
CAL CORPS GREATEST TROPICAL MILITARY POST IN THE WORLD
Work on a brigade post capable of accommodating six reg
iments of infantry, one regiment of cavalry, bnere; Iment of
field artillery, signal and engineer companies and hospital corps
will begin at once. Three hundred reinforced concrete struct
ures will comprise the new Army post at Leilehua. ,
The new post will be one of the largest, and" probably the
largest, in the United States, though the permanent garrison
will be somewhat smaller than that at Fort Leavenworth, Kas.
1 When completed, the Leilehua post will be the most impor
tant and'the finest tropical station in the world- ftls estimated
that in excess of $2,000,000 will be expended on the post, which
will be completed within two year probably.
TwOjSquadrons of the Fifth Cavalry'will arrive here onJan
uary 12 next. Temporary cantonments will be ready to accom
modate the troops when they arrive. J
Armed with uutjiorlty to commenco
work on tlio cantonments that wilt
bo erected on the Government reser-
Ivatlon In back of I'earl Harbor, and
bearing orders to rush tho work
ulong with the greatest possible ex
pedition, Captain J. C. Castner,' con
btructliiR quartermaster United
States Army, alighted from the 'Ala
med.i this morning.' ., , -i
Accompanyllig Captain Castner aio
Major I'. W. Foster and Cap.tnlnHfur
gca of the Fifth United States CnV
nlry, meinbors of the board which
has been appointed to decide upon a
location fur. the ran tollmen t. lloth
Major Foster and Cniitaln,'SturccJ
will Kjmnln here, as their leglmcnt
ld duo to nrrne next nioniii. inptnin
Cnstner will be bUHy with the ctm
btiuttlon of tlio new Aimy post for
two jears at least.
A U u 1 1 e 1 1 n reporter boarded
the Alameda ns she lay In the stream
this morning mid dlscuBsed-Uio pro
posed post with the officers as tho
ship was making her way to her dock
at tho Oceanic wharf.
The new post Is to be located at
I.ellehua. There will be moro than
SOO buildings erected in all, nnd re
enforced concrete will be the mate-
rial used In the permanent structures
It is the Intention of the Government
to expend something over $2,000,000
In the work.
Need for Haste
Owing to the urgent necessity for
somo accommodation for the two
squadrons of cavalry, which will .nr-
rlvo hore on an Army transport about
January 12 next, temporary quarters
will he erected at once.
"When do you expect to begin
work on the cantonment!" the Bul
letin man asked Captain Castner,
"This afternoon," came the reply.
"This cantonment must be ready for
the troops when they urrlve and no
delay can be countenanced. I shall
WHsto no time with useless prelimi
naries, und as soon as I can get hold
of the necessary material and work
If You Are
a HOUSEHOLDER, you ;nay
awake some morning to- find a
handsome door or window
Return from an evening -out
to find money and jewels
A poliey in the PACIFIC
COAST CASUALTY COM
PANY will protect you. The
cost is nominal,
023 FORT ST.
men, I shall commence 'the laying of
flooring. Things, will be rushed
along 'just as, rapidly as possible."
Stables and Kitchens
The first-, structures to be erected
will be eight, kltphews-ine for each
trdop of cavalry' eight stables and
a post exchange and sto.'ebousts. Tho
stablcx'un'd post e,KchnneYlll be or
permanent nature,' niuliwlll form a
part of the new post thatiwlll ulti
mately be located on tho tLellehun
Until tho completion orttie ether
permanent buildings, the post ex
change building will bemused- as an
officers' club. In It the officers will
'uncus i and wll have vlhelr -readlng-
and .smoking-room, When the per
manent structure Is' completed, the
building1 will be turned over to Its
proper use as a post exchange.
Captain Castner state that a
HChotner, laden' With lumber for the
new cantonment, left Seattle on No
vember 28. lie will not aWalt tho
arrival of the lumber "before begin
ning work, however, jbtit Willi prob
ably secure such material as, bo, can
And here as a starter. Carpenters
will bo engaged at once and will be
pot to work just as, soon as. the lum
ber jenn be gotten on the ground.
Troops Next Month '
On January 5, the First and Third
Squadrons, headquartors.lind band of
the Fifth Cavalry will sail from San
Francisco for this port on an Army
transport. When the troopers ar
rive they will find a comfortable can
tonment ready to -receive them and
everything 'as convenient as will be
postlble until. the permanent post is
The) new post vAII be ono of the
largest, If not aitually the lurgest.
In the United States. It will be what
Is known as a brigade post and will
have a permanent garrison consist
ing of 'one regiment of field aVtllery,
one regiment of Infantry, two squad
rons of cavalry, one company of tho
Signal Corps, a conipany.of engineers
Get Rick Quick
by havine someone else do the drud
Kerr, mo -use nine yoarseu when
one .of our boys will go quicker, and
give yon time to make money.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
' (IEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
and a detachment of the Hospital
, The post will be of sufficient size,
however, to accommodate five addl-
tional regiments of infantry, should
war or other exigency demand their
l That the new post will bn one of
the most attractive features of Hono-
lulu goes without savlntr. Miles of
j rock road will be built through the
reservation, parks will be laid out,
end tropical shrubbery, tjplcal of Ha
waii, will be planted.
A Military Paradise
Huslly leached by train from the
city of Honolulu, the great post will
be one of the sights of the Islands.
With a garrison of several thousand
men, hundreds of acres of glorious
parking such as no spot in Hawaii
now can boast of, highways which
will be a joy to the automoblllst,
buildings of great architectural mer
it, and, above all, the perfect pollc-
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PHYSICIAN JNn ---
Dr. J. Takaniine,' n well-knoWn
Japanese phvslclan of New York,
who bus been visiting In" Japan, Is
teturnlng In tho steamship Korea,
which in rived this morning from the
Orient. The doctor, besides being a
phjslclau of high standing, Is also an
Inventor. One of his recent Inven
tions Is a mcdlclno usod in stopping
the flow of blood. When be left New
York tho doctor p.oieulcdto China,
where ho made some medical experi
ments. From there ho returned to
Jnpnn on pleasuro and business com
The doctor Is married to an Amer
ican lady and has a large practiso
In New York .where he owns consid
erable real estate. During his short
stay In Honolulu he drove around In
an automobile visiting points of in
terest. Tonight he will probably
stop at the Mochlzukt Club.
We wish to inform oar friends and
patrons that in order to have fruit
reach the Coast in time for Christ
mas, it mast leave on the
Alameda, 9th insL
ORDER EARLY. '
Island Fruit Co.,
Phone 15. 72 8. Kin St.
Prompt Servioe .
POLICE INFORMER CHARGED WITH WARNING GAMBLERS -
NESE SAY JOINT PROPRIETORS TOLD THEM THE
JOINT WAS PROTECTED BY POLICE
Tho raid mndo jestcrdny by Omccr
Joe Leal mid ex-Officer Apann on n
Chlni'su place on Maunakea street hus
caused some sensational develop
ments, and charges of police piotec
tlon of gambling games lire now be
ing Investigated by Sheriff laukea.
The place where the raid was made
Is alleged to have been running ns a
gambling Joint for the past month,
but no arrests had bceu made until
yeBterdaj, when Apana nnd I.cil
bngged twenty-Becn Chinese who
were charged with gambling.
This morning four of the defend
ants came voluntarily to the Sheritf
with the allegation that the place
was supposed to have police protec
tion. These men hud thought Unit
thoy were safe from police Interfer
ence, and they had a decided kick
coming when they found that l.eal,
who Is not on the detective force,
and Apana, who Is not on the force
at allhad pulled them In In spite of
TOfl m "Hir
rifty miles of tramping not
leisurely meandering along but -f
hard, continued "hiking" Is tho
Jojful prospect to which tho ofll- f '
f ccrs of" the locnl Naval Station
ure looking forward.
Unofficial Information has been
f received to tho effect that PrcsU.-f
f dent rtooBovelt has ordered tho
sumo com to of sprouts for naval
f officers that ho has been putting
the field officers of tho Army
through, in order to test their
f fitness for work.
Tho worst part of It 13. that
f thero Is no provision mado ')
which tho officers can take' their -f
t- choice between exhibiting their
skill at equitation and hoofing It 1
f across the plains. Naval officers
f aro not supposed to to horsemen,
so It Is walk for them,
It Is expected that tho Piusl-
4 dent will sign the order within a
f few days, and then tho officers of t-4-
tho Navj and Marino Corps will
no longer bo nblo to look tipci,
f the Army with disdainful pit
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Dec. 4.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 10s.
2 l-4d. Parity, 4.15 cents. Previous
quotation, 10s. 1 l-2d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dee. 3.
SUGAR: Beets 88 analysis, 10s. Vti.
Parity, 4.14 cents. Previous quota
'tion, 10s. 2'4d.
A Patent dress shoe made
with a feather-weight, flexi
ble sole and innersoles. ,
This gives the shoe that
comfortable feeling that we
like to much in onr old
They are made by one of the best factories
leathers by skilled, experienced workmen.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.Xtd.
1051 Fort Street
the ulleged iindel standing The Sher
iff had the men tloseh examined,
and hud their statements taken tlovvu
by n stenographer
' These four men said tlint thev
had luen told b the live men vvlin
are In chargo of thu plate, that It
was under polke protection." said
the Sheriff after the examination.
'a'They said thnt the plaic bad been
tunning for ii month, but had never
been raided, and that the) had un
derstood that they were safe from
police Intel fcrenre The) admitted
that they hail been gambling, nnd an
nounced their Intention of pleading
guilty to the charge against them
"Two of the live men mentioned by
these men as proprlctois of the plate,
aro among tbobc vvhu have bceu ar
rested The others, 11 appenrn, were
not present ut tho time the raid was
made, but they will be arrested alio.
' I do not believe for a uiliiiilo that
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Has Been Working On
Secretii) Molt Smith lliU nioinlng
received n budget of Ictteis fio'n Oov
ernor '"itar. 'Ilu vvuo all v,lt(ruln
Snn J-.iiicIbco lufoiu tho iiowunor
lift fn- Wnshlimtou. Thu Chl'jf Itxtc
nlhu li.rlCK that he finished ci ulJir
ublo vv ik on tho vvn up on llu 'rails
poit, t'l, most Important tbtiih accom
1 llslied Lcliig the first piullmliTary
ill aft in' the uiiaiidmcntH to ll.i: Kind
laws' uf Havvull.
Land Law Amendments
As these nmendneuts ate entirely
In the Migli as )et, ami will probibly
uo altogether' redraftod befoio they
are submitted to Congress, tlio Gov
ernor does not deem It ndvWahlu tu
mnko their general plan publi nt tho
present time. Tho amendment will
probably bo submitted to A l.wlf Jr.
who was chnlrmnii of Oovernoi Tie ir's
Laud Advisory Hoard.
Heard of Proposed Site Chanrja
The Governor Bt.ited that ho litil re
ceived a cablegram regarding tho pio
posed Federal building slto rhnnse,
und Bald that lie would look tl.n mat
ter up Immediately on reachln Wash
ington, Ho had hem called up by a
representative of tho Assoclato t Ii M.
and asked to make a stntemonl Tho
Governor did not. In his letter. oxiTeti
any personal views on the mnc'or.
Heiuojs ro Newell's Visit.
That acclamation Kxpert Now oil Ii
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