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iness. Do not be content to remain
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changing needs, and will turn to the
merchant who frankly tells them of
his capacity to satisfy them. The
rniblic reads the BULLETIN.
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For Sun Francisco:
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VOL. XI. NO. 4208.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HONOLULU. Jan. 4, '09.
To KEPOIKAI, Wallukuj
Have you resigned t
WAILUKU, Jan. 14, '09.
To BULLETIN, Honolulu:
No. Have not tendered resignation.
1 ,... utnl.t.t liiilttv mi rnllulili. nil
Ihurliy that during la- last fortyolght P -
. . 1 1 ' ti
liiiiini 11 cablegram nan neon icccivcu
01. Mnul ii-cnu-HlltiK lliu icntKimlliin ot
t'lreull Judge A N. Kepolkai. Willi
this Information as n Insls. the II 11 1- j
I v 1 1 ti Iclcgiapliod Judge Kepolkai
this morning and received the teply
The rnlilPRinui came from Attorney 1
(leneral llonaparte. urn: It wan iuchiiiii-
cil that .liidiie Kenolkal's resignation
was on the way. If it was not ulready , although he had the Illustrious exam.
In Washington. , I'le of I'nltod Stntes District Judge.
It can lie staled on absolutely Dole taking pait In u partlzau con
good authority that Judge Kepolkai entlon, to quote ns 11 Hnmple of
has not 011 any previous occasion ten- what Is domi by others,
dcrvd his leslguatlon. When tho There has been considerable frlc
(liarges wein biought against him by Hon on account of Kepolknl's purtlct
Coku and Case In connection with his patlon In politics during the last elcu.
method of handling u certain cBtnte, tlon. particularly In County politics.
Judge Kepolkai sent a letter to the It is claimed that tho Judge pledged
President In which he disclaimed himself solemnly to keep out of pol
that ho linil Intentionally done wrong Itlcs, but he couldn't seem to do It.
(! In the slightest degree overstepped Furthermore It Is claimed that ho
the hounds of official pioprloty. Tho not only dabbled In politics but threw
Utter stated, however, that In ensn all his influence to defeat Wnds
tbe Pepmtment of Justice should I (Continued on Page 4)
Farmers and Investors
Are Looking To
Secretary Wood lias picparcd tho
IoIIiiwIiik encouraging weekly lepiul.
which ho will submit to the Prninntlim '
Committee at Its meeting this after-1
lulu contributes Its quoti of home "f s" Francisco to tho Ilullotiii
Keekers. Investors uml tourists. Arrlv-'mnn Inst oienlng.
als for tho past two months havo been Honolulu is nlwnys attractive- to
unusually lingo and It Is pleasing tojmc, but I don't see anything of 11
be ablo to ropoit Hint tho piospcctsi l'oiii heie. Somo people tell mo you
faun- a inciird breaking seamn. Hy j nro nfiiild of It. I should say that
the llitst steamer In Febru-iry. we will j ou havo a long way to go before jou
actively commence our campaign for) will approach an) thing like a bcom.
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A-ifU Wsi, wjjj
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner of Tort and Hotel Sts.
tnKe n more seilous view of tlio slt
lintlou, he should bo glad Id liuvo tliu
opportunity of tendering his resigna
tion. In otlier wonlH, the .luilgo In
vited luvchtlgutlon, willing to ucccpt
the result pleasantly.
Tlio cablegram from Attorney
(k-ucrnl llonaparte In h:iI(I to hno con
eyed the opportunity.
.lust what Is the basis for the al
leged leslgniitlon of Kepolkai Ik not
'"'. '"" " proaumo.l that It has
ti.nHfi mi Him rlilirifr.u tirmnnlpil
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'y B'' t-'oko and his associates 111
which the Judge wns said to havo
borrowed money fioin an estate that
lnscu uirougn nis conn linn ui nen
eilclaiy of tho estate wns without
funds In Jnii.in.
It Is iiImi felt that Judge Kepol-
knl's partklpatlon In polities has had
fomethlng to do with his troubles
GREAT IS HONOLULU
SAYS ILCT. OOAR
Growing Rapidly And Its
Securities Are In
"I see evidences of prosperity ev
en wheie here in Honolulu and I enn
iissuie you that Hawaiian securities
aio and will bo very much in demand
in all tho imukets," said II. St, Boar
Most Men Say
that nn ALFRED BEN
JAMIN ready made
suit is "good enough
for anybody,' if he gets
the right style and size.
.But for the man of
"odd site," or the man
who insists upon hav
ing his clothes made to
is the acme of Perfec
tion. IF THAT
MEANS YOU, let us
take your measure for
the finest custom tail
oring house in the
world. See Our Spring
OF BIG ESTATE
Matter of Probate of Mrr.
The matter of tho probate of tho
will of the Into Mrs. Campbell-Parker
came up before Judge Kobiiisou
this morning, hut, nfter somu uigu
ment by tho attorneys, the matter
was continued' for two weeks, tfov-
V111I of the heirs under the will weio
ptcHcut In the court loom.
The Hawaiian Trust Company,
Ltd., II led an Inventory of the cstuto
of .Mrs. Cnmphcll-1'nrkcr In tho Cir
cuit Court iiImi this morning. It Is
stated In the Inventory that the
house and lot on Emma street nro
n I nod at $11,000. This caused con
sldernble surprise until it wns found
that tills was the valuation uf n small
c(.ttnge near the largo family lesl-
denco. Tho hitter Is assessed nt .1
vuluntlon of $69,000. It belongs to
the Jiimcs Campboll Kstatc.
The list of personal property be
longing to Mrs. Campbell-Parker's cs
tnte, consisting of jewelry, etr., is
given, but no valuation Is named.
Tho following is thu Inventory of
Heal Kstate In Kewnlo. ZljZt.OI;
Tiintnlus, S39U0; on Dowsett lune,
SliUOO; Kniinii street, $11,000; Pearl
llurbor Peninsula, $10,000.
llonds- Kohiila Dltcli, $00,000;
Olan, $29,100; O. It. & ... $4040;
Alex. Young Hulldlng Co., SB7.000.
Notes and Mortgages Excelsior
Lodge I. O. O. !'.. SIM, .'00; noto Sam
Parker (paid), $1!C,700; note I'rln
(ess Knwanauakoa, $6800; numerous
others totaling iiLout $SO0O.
Two life Insurance policies first,
to Helen KapManl Kawananakoa,
$3 J, 000; Bei ornl. to Alice K. K. Mac
furlane. $.12, .'00.
Debts Duo llstnto Princess Ku
wamiiiakoa, $U'.C07 16; Mrs. A. K.
Mucfarlane, $2:1,778.26, This money
was advanced them to pay back two
j (ills' Income which the Court decid
ed they were not entitled to.
LECTURE ON POULTRY
SLATED FOR TONIGHT
Thcio will be n lecture by Prof. 11
K. Porter of tho College 11; Hawaii, lit
tho Poultry Show this evening at 7:30,
His topic is "Selection of Poultry and
Practical Demonstrations in Judging."
This will, bu Illustrated with living
Hgpcclmcns and lantern slides.
Cardinal Victor I.uclan Sutplco Lo
(ot, archbishop of llordcnux, died at
Will be our next fruit boat to
Island Fruit Co.,
in the management of es
tates, large or small I If you
are, you will And it worth
your while to call on us and
look into our methods See
the way we handle the de
tails. Our system is the most com
plete and thorough one that
we know of; mistakes don't
We shall be pleased to see
023 FORT ST.
IBM It I H 1 1 1 1 I
111 II II IB I II D W
News by letter and by
fiom the bedside of Hon II
win Is of 11 mo4t reassuring nature.
Letters received In this morning's
ma 1 1 fiom Mnul stale that Mr. Ilald
win passed thiough the operation for
appendicitis In very good Bliape. Dr.
Judd porformed thu operation assist
ed by tho local phsklan and Dr.
Ilaldwln, who was 011 Maul when his
fi.thcr was taken HI
The opeiatlou disclosed 11 condition
which the ph)slclau klute must have
been fatnl In 11 very short time. They
bad great dimuilty In locating the
appendix but finally lemovcd the
source of the tiouble
file members of the family feel
very cunfiuent or Mr. Ilaliiwius
Bpeedy recovery although they are
remaining with him till tho first two
01 tin eo days place him entirely out
of probable danger
BRECKONS ILL. GRAND
JURY MEETS MONDAY
United Stntes District Attor-
ncy llrcckons wns ill this morn-
lug, and was compelled to le-
t- main nt home Ho sent down
word that the Federal (Irani!
Jury should be excused until
Monday, when ho would un-
' doubtedly ablo (o go ahead
with the work
It Is geneially bollcvcd that
the Uinnd Jiuy will make n full
report 011 the postofllco Investl-
gallon of Jack Stuyton then,
: though no Inkling of what tho
result will bo can as yet be
learned. Stuyton has always
been known as such a splendid
ciiap that his friends believe he
will be exonerated of any act-
ual Intent to do wrong.
! A full repoit on the Twelve-
Dollar Club will ulso probably
CONCERT AND DANCE
AT MOANA TONIGHT
There will bo n special concert and
dniico tonight at tho Mo.ina Hotel In
honor of tho ofllcors and ladles of the
Fifth Cavalry and tho U. S. N. T. lluf
11I0. Prof, llerger has arranged to glvu
a splendid concert previous to the
iiaucu by the Hoal Hawaiian Hand
lir.d thu Ilawnllim Quintet Club has
been secured for tho dance music.
There will bo 0.11U0 a few parties of
local peoplo to tako dinner nt tho f.Mo
ami and meet tho olllcora and ladles of
the Hurrah), and similar nrrangeiucuts
will bo tmido for nil who deslro It. This
is n good opportunity of meeting tho
newly arrived ofllccrs. All friends of
Iho .Molina are cordially Invited.
C. A. C. MEETING T0NI0HT
Ily ordor of Piesldont Jos. CJoo Kim
tho adjourned meeting of the Chinese
Athletic Club will bu held tonight nt
the Chinese Y. M C. A. hull nt 7:110
o'clock. All members 1110 requested
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT 3UST HECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
mmmmt a r-m
Did Never Buy Promises
From Percy M.
The defendants In tho suit of !!. U.
Mlddledltcli, us trustee In bankruptcy
ot Chns. P. Derrick Carriage Co.,
Ltd., vs. John W. Ciithcnrt, Mary
the enemies of
lu.ne or wnicn
(ait have tried to make much capital,
he tiled un answer. In which the
allegations ure refuted in toto, with
the exception of the fact that the
plaintiff recovered a Judgment for
!i?t.2'A against Cuthcart, which was
Kied and execution thereon Is
sued, but returned nulla hontt.
The main contention of tho plain-
tin was that a house and lot was
boiiKht fiom Pond In the name ot
Mrs. Cuthcart. but that all the pay
ments weio made by Cuthcart, who
was xlrtiinlly I lie purchaser of tho
place, but had it bought In his
wife's name In order to evade his
ci editors, and that she made part p.iy
meats thereon. The complaint alleg
ed that this was u plan devised by
Cuthcait to defraud his creditors, and
this Is ulso denied.
It is shbWn that, ns a matter ot
feet, in August, 1902, Mrs. Pond, by
oral agreement with Mrs. Cuthcait,
leased the premises In question to the
latter for the term of four years, tho
lefcsee agreeing to pay rent at the
rate of S35 a month. She further
ngreed that on tho payment at any
time during tho term of the lease of
J 1.100 with Interest ut 8 per cent..
by Mrs. Cathcart, she would convey
the premises to the lessee frco of all
encumbrances, except n S2000 mort
gage to P. C. Jones, und Hint Bhe
would apply tho money puld for ront
In reduction of this sum ot tlCOO.
This oral agreement wns later on re
duced to writing, but wns never Blgn
ed by either paity theieto, and tho
ownership In feo simple now lies with
It Is further shown that tho option
to purchnso lapsed In August, 1908,
nu tho lessee hud not fulfilled all tho
conditions thereof, nnd that It hns
not been renewed since, tho Cath
caits having no Interest In the prem
ises other than that which they hold
as tenants paying a monthly rental
of S3S. It Is also shown Hint slnro
August, 1902, Mrs. Cathcart has paid
Mrs. Pond 120,15, this being less than
tho rent reserved In the lease for the
period during which the Cuthcarts
have occupied the promises.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE.
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time. We should have
A little of Youm.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER j
6ERVICE. PHONE 301. 1
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WASHINGTON, D. C Jan. 14. Ex-Queen Liliuokalani appeared ui
n.nnn vtav tiefnm h Hmiti Cnininitlpp on Claims to nttciid the hcnr-
,ing on the bill to reimburse her for loss
Cath-,tirement from ji,e throne of the ancitut
The Queen was accompanied by
Judce F. M. Hatch presented ths
tee and argued for a settlement of $250,000. The Queen nodded her ap-
piovnl of Mr. Hatch s remarks but dirt
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 14.
demand for a full investigation of the
found by secret service men to be closi
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 14.
Two jurors for the trial of Patrick
Calhoun for bribery were passed tem
porarily today. It is the belief
among many San Franciscans that it
will be found impossible to obtain n
jury for the trial of Calhoun on ac
count of the intense feeling that pre
vails and the fear that many have of
antagonizing the great financial in
terests associated with the United
NEW TITLE IS BOUGHT
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 14. The
Earl of Granard and Beatrice Mills,
daughter of the capitalist, were mar
ried here today,
GO OUT TO CAMPi
Fifth Cavalry Remains
Early tomorrow morning tho first
und third siiundrons of tho Fifth du
al ry will start fur l.ellchun, according
to present plans. Tho men will piob-
ably sleep on board tho transport to -
night, but will mako tin early sturt for
their camp tomorrow
There was consldeiablo wmk to be
ilono In connection with tho unload
lug of tho equipment nnd other rare 1
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A Shoe for
NO RUBBERS NEEDED,
This new boot, the latest addition
to onr stock, is one that will meet
the needs of the man who does lots of
walking nnd is troubled with partic
ularly sensitive feet.
The "CAMBRIDGE" is made of
soft black vifi 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, Price $5.00.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
u;-J.r' -f i i'W TgTT'
of land involved in her forced re-
monarchy of Hawaii.
Delegate Kulno and Ins wife.
cause of the Queen to the commit
not spcaK (tunnp, the Hearing.
Senator Tillman today renewed his
President's charge that he wns
to being involved in the Oregon
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan
Rail fUiP throughout the Stat
The precipitation is so heavy tho.
MALTA, Jan. 14 The U. S. bat
tleshin Illinois hns been ordered to
Mcssinn. The Wisconsin nnd Ne-
York are here.
1 m 1
The case of Dr. Atcherlei. whoso o
iimlnutloii for commitment in the li
salui Asylum occupied most of ejtci
dul in the Police Court, ciiine up thl
liinrnlim 1ml wnn. nt thr rupiest ..'
t. ih bI(i., continued until toninrrt
inoinini: Hi' Sinclair, who assist
Dr. Kiuorgni In the examination .
I.r Alrhoilc). .11 be the prosiriitiot
COMPLAIN TO FERfc
Appropriation Bill Will
Probably Soon Be
An old Deinoi .it named II P. Pah
nil, called .11 ih.' oilic of Major Feiu
this imiriiing t.i ioiiii'I.iIu at tho tro.11-
luent which h
(iatlc m.id h'"
s.11.1 worthy Demo
rs emplojcd at Hit.
I Alew a iu..n were lecelvlug fro
Ih' Ir mum .1 n u named Knokn.
j 1'ai- '- ''" has been working 1
'' ""i '"' "'t u year, said tit.
. rims i mid" the men keep their ton
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