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need advertise it for sale in tho
Bulletin. There is always some
one looking for sucn Mings, mere
I is no better way to reach them than
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by a B u 1 1 c t i n want au.
MiMtia . . .' Feb. yS
VOL. XI. NO. 4204.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF, HAWAII, SATURDAY, JANUARY 0, 1909. 14 PAOES.
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Judge Wilfley Tells .
Full Facts Regarding
His Own Resignation
"As ii iti.ilttr f fart, llniii;ti II has. nut liei-n Known ko fur, I
t')M l'li-sldcnl ltoosevclt thai I wna going to lealgn Inst September.
I icslgucd cnlliely cm my ciwn Initiative, and my rexlgnatlon was not
in tiny wny culled fr or suggested. I ilo not think tho ioriics In
Shanghai will havo any causo In rcoicc, ns my successor will taku up
the work where I left It. All tho nails havo been driven In, nml It
only ictiitilnn to clinch litem, nml thlH could probnbl lcut ho ilono hy
another innn. 1 inn now going tu Now York to engigo In the pine
tleo of law." "
Tho above rtalvmrnl .was mado tliln
morning by Judge l.lbbaous It. Wllflcyl
of tho United Stales court of Shaimli''!
whoso disbarment of it numlier of tho
itotno)s of that port, union,; them
horcrul well known In Honolulu, such
ue I.onln Andrews nml 1'iam.ls
Ilrooks, cauueil a lili; xtMiratlnn nit er
llu; Oilent, whlfli oven ruadicil to,
WiiKhliiKtou, whrio AndruwD a.id
llroului worked hard upiluxt tio man
wliu had luoiiRlit nlxiut llnlr undoiiit;.
JiiiIru Wlllley hus lieconio almost h
national Uriu'o hlnco rresldent-eli rt
Tjft ruliio openly to lilt defense In a
preface to nil nrtlclo In thn t'otmopol
Kan. In which the work ilono lij .ludRo
"Vllllcy III China was dexcilhed and
WILL SOON TEST
COUNTY ATTORNEY CATHCART INFORMS ATTORNEY CASTLE
THAT MANDAMUS PROCEEDINGS WILL BE INSTITUT
ED PR0M1TLY TO SETTLE STATUS OF CON
Attorney A. I. Cnsllo called cm.
County Attorney fathcait this morn
ing and piesnntcd to him tho rou
cluslona of tho meeting held last eve
ning under tho auspices of tho Civic
Hoc Hon of tho Men'a League. This
was to tho oiTect that tho piescnt dlf
llcultlcs In tho city government
should bo hi ought before tho Su
piemo Court In surli form na to soi
euro an Intcrpi elation of tho law, uiiil
mi piomptly as possible.
Mr. Cathcart staled that tho test
care would noon ho fnithcoinlnK as
tho result of tho refusal of tho
Tieasurer, perhaps, to pay n warrant,
wlieieiipon tho legality of tlui nets
of thu Bupi-rvisoiH will ho tested by
m inilamiis proceedings,
Tlio lult of Mr. Castlo was tho re-
unit of n motion-passed at a meeting
of illlzcns hold Inst ovenlng under
Wilson Bros, and Cluett
Two of the best and most relfabje brands of shirts
made today, Stop arrl take a look at them. Handsome
Pattern Finest Material, Big Variety.
commended Ilo lit u lilK, fine looking
man, fninlt nml open In his manner,
Tvlilcli in itH oiuwnru nppear.inco re
solubles much that of tho ox-tlniernor
Curler typo or man, u typo which ap
parently npioiils to l'ruflclont Kooso
volt. Tho Judge Ik a through passenger on
tho Manchuria from tho Orient Ilo
loHlpneil irom iiih pohi roeiuoer m,
thn relKnntloii IiocomliiK cffortlxo Jnn
tiniy I. When ho left Hhutiimiit his
HiicccKKor, Itiifus II. Thajer, hail not
Immediately after tliu Mnnclijirlu
had docked .ludKO Wilfley went to the
iifllcu of A (i. M HohcitBcui, who Wuc
(Continued on Page 2)
tho nusplcen of the Civic Section of
the Men's League. It was n very In
teresting hesslon, at which tho Su
pervisors' sldo was presented by Su
pervisor Logan, tho Mioor'x stile by
Prlvato Secretnry Ithodes, and the
"nt hoi- side" by W. O. Smith. After
theso gentlemen got thiough, tho
illsrusnlon was general and .Judge
Kliigdutry, Towm', Seuildcr, Tarring
ton, t'avtle, Martin, Hogcrs, Kmcrbon
look n hand at naMifg questions.
The onsensiia of tho talk, with tho
exception of that ilono by Logan nud
Ithc.dfK, was that both tho Major and
tho Hoard of Supervisors had gouo
too far Tho Major was credited
with tho right to mnko certain ap
pointments subject to tho confirma
tion of tho lloaid of Supervisors, but
only thopo numbered as his political
(Continued on Pac 8)
PEARL HARBOR TRACTION
CO. PETITIONS for CHARTER
f "Tho nilns of this petition for a.
chatter Is only tho tlrsl step In
f our work of hiiltdliiK tho railway
to I'earl Harhor. Until wo have
secured this, nolhliiR inoro can ho
f done: for wo will rnmplctc. each
pnrt of tho work finally step hy
f step. It will not ho u construe- 4
- tlon 'company, hut tho lino will
ho constructed, equipped and run
f under the namo of tho I'earl Ilar
-f hor Traction Company." It will
ho nn extension of tho Ilapld -f
f Transit company, hut will ho a
f f.epnrato concern."! Tcmiey
"Tho I'earl Harhor Traction Coni-
Chief. Justice llartwell has
f cublcd to Justice Halloa to return .
f by tho first transimrt. nation an-
f hwcred that tho transport was
f full, but that ho would return by
tho Siberia, which left San Krnn-
f Cisco today.
"I wanted llallou hack," staled
tho Chief Justice today, "In case
koine of Iheso matters camo up. I
f cabled for him December il."
f Justice llallou will thcreforo nr- f
rlvo hero on tho Siberia, and will
bo able to tnko n hand in the City -
f and County enso when It Is
brought before thu Supremo -f
tlt ttt Httt
Miss Lcnko's Class In tho Psychol
ogy of William James will begin
January 20th, at 10:.10 a. ui nt tho
resilience pf Mr. J, M. Dowsott, I'll-
nujiou street, between Wilder nnd
He'retnnla avenues, nnd tho Art Class
will begin January 22d, at 3:30 p.
m., nt tho rcsldcnie of Mrs. C. II.
Wood, Thurston avenue.
HAWAII JAPANESE REMEMBER
THE ITALIAN VICTIMS
Tho local Japancso have raised
SI1C to bo added to tho roliot fund
of tho Italian vIcTims. Among the
lontrlhutora am merchants, phjst
i Inns, and laboring men, Tho mon
ey wllhlie turned over to V. A. Schno
fer, tlio Italian Consul,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin 'Editorial Room Phone 185.
Consider the advisability of
making out a will NOW.
Think of the necessity of leav
ing an "iron-bound" will
one that not even the clever
est lawyer can smash.
Our businesses to draw up '
wills in proper legal form. We
do it free of charge, if made
one of the executors.
piny," capitalized at (100,000, with
tho privileged of Increasing this
ninount tt0 15,000,000, und' headed
hy j. Tenncy eck, filed Its petition
for n charter with Territorial Treas
urer Campbell shortly after noon to
day. This ends the suspense, with
regard to whether or not tho Knpld
Transit will extend its lines to
Tcarl Harhor. Tho new company has
l'cen formed Independent of the Ho
nolulu ltnpld Transit & Land Com
pany, though it will ho probably a
subsidiary concert to tho present
I In the petition it Is stated that tho
company Is formed tor tho purpose of
IcotiEtiuctlnR, "equipping, nml operat
ing a, rail way of public utility for
MEXICO CITY, Mex., Jan. 9 An
earthquake wu experienced on the
west coast of Mexico yesterday. It
was very severe at'Acapulco and 0a
xaca, bat the damage was slight.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 9.
The will of Claus Spreckels was ad
mitted to probate today.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 9.
SUGAR: Beets: 88 analysis, 10s.
1 l-2d. Parity, M4 cents. Previous
quotation, 10s. 3-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 7.
SUOAR: 98 degree Centrifugals, 3,73
cents, or $74.60 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.70 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 3-4d. Pa
rity, 4.12 cents. Previous quotation,
Reis & Qmun are now located at
the Young Hotel Anto Stand Phtne
199 Short runs 50c and 51.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates, for
shopping and calling.
IF YOU WANT FRUIT
SHIPPED TO THE COAST
and want the BEST, leavo your
order with us.
Island Fruit Co.,
Turkish Nougat, Cocoanut
Loaf, Almond and Hazel Nut
Fudge. :: :: :: :: ::
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE.
ON PEARL HARBOR
transportation as common carriers of
passengers and freight, mall, and
express, to run from or near tho
present terminus of tho Honolulu Ha.
pld Transit & Land Company's Una
on King street In Knhauikl to the
I'nlted States Naval Station station
at I'uuloa, bordering on I'earl Har
hor, and to extend such railway to
other places as public convenience
It may he that the now company Is
formed as n construction company
which yill handlo tho work for tho
liapld Transit Company. L. Tcnney
I'eck, holding 7fi0 of the thousand
shares, Is president: Alfred h. Castlo
is secretary, and Chas. II. Athorton
(Continued on Page 2)
John T.-Staytoh, assUtintpostmas-
tcr, who was. arrested, lastn bt for
tampering with the malls, waived pre
llmlnnry examination this morning
before Judge' Kingsbury, and his ball
was fixed at $1000, '
It Is understood' that Stayton was
found short In .his accounts In the
bum of 1200 laaVSeptembcr, but was
nt that time allowed to make up tho
deficiency out of his own pocket.
Since that time he Is supposed to
hae. been constantly fearing tho
steps the rostofflce Department might
lano towards mm, ami mis is nscrlti
cd as his reifon for opriilng letters
addressed ,' to ; lnspcctdis Hare and
Carr. ' ' .
tnvctlgntiorfmay Implicate others
In tho matter of Stayton'B offense, but
nothing definite can be learned about
this from tho authorities as yet. He
Is said to hnvo mado tho atatcmontl
Inst night that, If his accounts were
again found Bhort, ho would ma'io
up the loss again. Vt 8. Attorney
Ilreckons stated today that, the pros
ecution was going ahead with the ac
cumulation of evidence.
THE KINAU arrived ,carly this
morning from Kauai,, bringing 4483
bags A sugar, 71G bags D sugar mark
ed "U," 3360 bags A sugar. 780 bags
II sugar maked "II.," 27 empty wlno
kegs, 10 bags cocoahuts, 1 gas en
gine, nndaI3 packages sundries. Pur
ser drubo reported steamer Llkellko
discharging coal at Koloa.
Among tlio passengers who arrived
last night on tho Nippon Maru, were
Charles McDcrmott nnd J, J, Ovcrn, of
the McDcrmott Contracting Company
of Philadelphia. Tho inert are hero
to look over tho 'ground al Pearl Har
bor, with tho view to bidding on tho
drydock contract, A careful study of
local conditions wMl bo mado hero bo-
toro mo men return to tho coast.
WJS'DO THE j
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should havo
A Littlo of Yours.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
m J'MHsHIsB1h s
V.- -iiiJMr '
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Who WUlCoructtheSecrct Service
Contest with the President in
OUR SHIPS SEPARATING
PORT SAID, Sues Canal, Jan. 9.
The U. S. battleships Rhode Island!
and Nebraska sailed from here today
for Marseilles. The Ohio sailed for
A cablo has been received from '
Governor Krear stating that he Is well' UNION CITY, Twin., Jan. 9. Six
and happy, and will return by tho Si- of the nightridcrs convicted of mur
berla. No word has jet been rocehed der in the flrst degree were today
with regard to Judge Kcixilkal'B case sentenced to be hung on Feb. 10.
REPORT ON HAWAII
Secretary of the Interior nnrflcld
his annual report makes tho following
rcforonco to tho Territory of Hawaii;
Careful attention should bo given
tho roport of tho Oovernor of Hawaii
becauso of tho constantly Increasing
Importance of tho Territory of Hawaii
to tho Unltod States. Iloth' politically
and commercially tho Territory occu
pics n unique posltltm.
Future legislation affecting Haw nil
an interests must bo so framed on to
closely untto Its Interests with those of
tho mainland. Tho people of the Ter
rltory thoroughly appreciate that tho
benefit!) which annoxatlon gave them
brought corresponding obligations to
tho United States, On thu other hand
thu people on tho mainland should
rcalizo that tho Territory Isan Integral
part of tho United Slates and must
A Shoe for
NO RUBBERS NEEDED.
This new boot, the latest addition
to our slock, is one that will meet,
the needs of the man who does lots of
walking and is troubled with partic
ularly sensitive feet.
The "CAMBRIDOE" is mado of
soft black vici kid has a double
sole, broad toe, and low heel.
It has a distinctive -style, and is
altogether a good-looking, sensible
shoe. No, 523, Prioe $5.00.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 0.
The House today adopted n resolution
to investigate the expenditure of tho
appropriation to' uncover frauds and
ro into the details of the efforts made
Lv the executive departments to pun
ish criminals. This is in response to
the Ptcsidcnfs message criticising;
the House, and repeating the chargo
that the legislation proposed in the
House would operate to retard jus
tice. The House now retaliates by
investigating the methods of the Executive.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 0.
IAmpnictho passengers who. sailed for
Honolulu today on, the Siberia were
Governor Frear, Associate Justice
Ballou, Alexander Young, Calvin of
the Southern Pacific, Bancroft of the
Union Pacific' system, and J. Ham
linticatcd as such.
This, of course, dot s nut mean tlutb
all tho laws of (ho United Btnfes
should bo mado applicable to tho Ter
ritory. Legislation must ! In con.
lormlty with any siieclal or unusual
conditions. Kor example the land ,
laws in for?o upon tho public donmlnV
In thu mainland would ho wholly iuainv
In Hawaii. There Is need of ehnngo InV
tho laud Inwa of tlio Terrltori'huU
ilo n coivjj
then v Pj
micli changes must ho made
lormlty witli tlio conditions thcic
Formerly It was Mippoted that LUgar iik
wiih the only agricultural crop, but 3
more recently It Is found thnt many
other ptndiictH can bo piqfltably
ralM'il, Kiicli as coffci, lolmcc.0, rubber,
pineapples nml sisal, Tho sugar plan-
i tatlous havo been largo In urea, and
bo' (Continued on Pago 3)
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW I0T JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.)
0?3 FORT ST.
The Kasla Co., Ltd.,
Cor nor of Fort and Hotel Sts.
1051 FORT STREET.