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Mo.ina Feb. 3
Nearly everyone reads a newspaper.
About all the particular and discern
ing people in Honolulu read the
Bulletin. A Want Ad. in a pa
per like the Bulletin is sure to
reach people that can and will buy.
3iS0 EDITION THE BULLETIN is proving every day that it makes advertising pay-Watch the Contest
VOL. XI. NO. 4210.
8 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1009. 8 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ANDRADE DECIDES AGAINST ATCHERLEY
A H. Wilcox iC Kan il has piirrlianuil 1 inimt valuable, business properly of
ii largo block of Kturk In I he- Charles Honolulu, llcglnnhig nt tbu I, W.
Ilrevor ICRtntu. Mil. .Just the extent I. Jordan propel ty on Fort direct, Hie
if the purchase Ik not known. Imt It It holdings iuii maukn In Hotel Htrect
understood Hint Mr. Wl'rux now con-1 and an ftftsast ns tho lllshop proper
liols a considerable, part of the totality. TIiIb takes In Iho building occit
holdings. I pled by May, Hint occupied by lien.
Tlio Hawaiian Trust Company, !son & Hnillli, tho Arlington proticrty
agents for tho Ilrewer Ktl-ite, handled
the ileal, It Is tinilorstnol, Imt .. I.
Meors, president of the company,
stated this nrteriioou Hint he Was not
lit lllierty to make known any of tho
particulars concerning the sale.
It iM uuilerKtooil Hint the negotiations
won' eoinpleteil yesterday. I.ast nlcht
Mr. Wilcox left for the Island of Katint
nml It In not likely Hint particular
will lie iiiuite puh'lc until ho returns to
Tho holdings of tho Charles Ilrewer
Kslntc. Mil., e
mbrnce some of tho
SETTLING BROWNSVILLE AFFAIR
WASHINGTON; D. C. Jan. 27. The bill for the settlement of the
Brownsville affair and restoration of tin inr.occnt soldiers discharged
trom the Army lias been approved.
TO RAISE WRECK OF IIAINE
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 27. The Ircsident sent a special mes
sage. to Congress today, calling for an appropriation to remove the wreck
of the battleship Maine from Havana harbor.
SNOW ADDS T 0 SUFFERING
Mi:SSi.'A, Sicily, Jnn. 'JC. A full of snow has Increased tho Miffor
Iiik In this city.
INDIANA SALOONS CLOSED
INDIANAPOLIS, Inil , Jan. 20. Klfty-clght saloons have been do.
i an tho result of hunt option electloiiH In four counties.
TO BE REPAIRED
Veteran of Many
After hating met slUccii ilijs ol
pleasant weather, excepting linen days
ago, when shu experienced strong head
winds, thn IT. S 8. Supply, Command
cr Itlclianl HiikIius, nrrltcd off port
last ulght, and this morning sho en
teieil the harlior and docked lit the
The Supply will prolialily no dliert
to tho lliemerton Navy Yard In re
echo a general ovVih.iiillns and to
undcigo extensive icmih In order to
(Continued on Page 4)
""Birlir-ii" fl-, ,(,,.,
usjtou .wi ej, ea5t
COME 'AND SEE OUR
Corner of 'Fort
ami nil InterveiiliiK.
Tho estate In Incorporated with a
capital stock of I350.0UO. Much of
the stock Is held hy non-resident
owners, several of them living In
Huston. The pitichnsc of the stock
liy Mr. Wilcox brings tho control of
one of the most vnliinhle properties
of this city hack Into locnl hands.
The ileul Is one of the most Important
Hint has heen put throimh In a long
1SALARY SUIT MAY
FURNISH TEST CASE
Will Unpaid Employee Be
Next To Make a
Twill pioliahly ho up to one of the
I unpaid emplojes of tho City and
'County of Honolulu to tnko tho next
step townid settling tho tniiRlo which
the deadlock between tho Major and
the Ho ml of Supervisors has brought
l Though tho City Attorney's ofllco
hns glvon no Inkling concernltiR Its
piolinble lourso of proceediire, It I
(Continued on Page 4i
A Man's Taste
IN DRESS MEANS A
. GREAT DEAL. It isn't
the PRICE of the fab
ric that counts, so
much as the quality of
tailoring and the "col
or .schem?" of the pat
tern, You may depend on
arc all that could be
desired tin both these
respects. That is what
made the "house of Ben
jamin & Co, New
York's most popular
clothing store that
and the high quality
i materials used in all
and Hotel Sts.
.1. A. MiiRoon, counsel for Dr. Attn
eric), this afternoon had tho Doctor
tnken before Judge Itohlnsou 111 or
der to sccuro his rclcnstf on hall.
"Dr. Alcherloy will be released on
bnll," said MaRoon. "He has been
examined by .IiiiIro Robinson, who
finds Hint ho Is not n danger to tho
conininnlty. As n mnttcr of fart, ho
will probably ho released on his on
JuiIro Andrndo this afternoon nao
his decision In tho Atchcrlcy case,
findliiK that tho Doctor was Insane
and commlttlnR him to the Insane,
Asylum. Neither Dr. or Mrs, Atrli
crloy were In. court at tho time, Imt
J. A. MnRoon represented them.
Tho Court first dwelt on tho diffi
culty facing It In passing on such u
question, and recommended Hint tho
law ho amended so as to provide that
such examinations ho hpurd by Jury
(Continued on Page 2)
In honor of tho birthday of the Oer
man Kmperor, who Is 60 years old to
day, Consul J. V. Harkfeld hold a re
ception thh fijrenoon nt 11 o'clock nt
the (icTiunu Consulate In the Hackfcbl
building. Tho reception Instel until
1 o'clock. Consul llnckfehl wns as
sisted In lecelvlng tho callers by Act
ing Consul fleorgo Hodlck.
At Iho hour stated, tho Consuls of
I'ortugAI. .Inpan, China, KiiKland,
Franco, Italy, Norway, nelgluiii, Nctlv
ir lands and other isiwers arrived In
their carriages Hud wrro received by
the Herman Consul In tho reception
loom, which fioufs on Queen street.
No sooner had (hey arrheil Ihan Iho
IVderal, Terrllorlal and City olllclals
arrived. These Included (iiivernor
I'renr, Secretary Motl-Smlth nml lev
tral department heads. They were
escorted Into tho reception room anil
vero cordially received by the repre
sentative nf tho Herman Knniror.
Tho Navy and tho military oinrers, in
their neat whl'to uniforms, then ar
rived ntul extended their congratula
tions to tho Consul of Oerninny. Tho
business men, Including hankers, plant
ers, merchants mid others ciuio next
and worn roceUed most cordially hy
Consul Hackfeld, The guests, after
having chatted for n while, wero
torvod with excellent lefreshtnents.
During tho arrival of tho Consuls
Iho Hawaiian band, which was sta
tioned In Iho walk on tho Wnlklkl side,
played tho national airs of various
countries. Tho Consuls In return, ac
knowledged tho honor by saluting as
they pntfscd -by
You Don't Know
at what moment you may
meet with an accident that
may incapacitate you from
work for months.
A policy in te
pays $25 per week while you
are totally incapacitated from
work, with many special ben
efits for -ermanent injury, at
an annual cost to you of $25,
Let us see you about it.
023 FORT ST.
Chamber Will Discuss
Organic Act Changes
"Tim Chamber of Commerce will
hold n mouthers' meeting tomorrow
at 3 o'clock nt their rooms to ronsld
ci 'these (Organic Act) nmendmentc."
Tho above I the ofllclnl statement
made this noon hy President Morgan
of the Chamber, when nskeJ what
action that body would tnko regard
ing tho projiosed legislation to amend
tho Organic Act,
Whether or not thn Chamber of
Commerce will buck up (inventor
I'rear In his efforts to sccuro the
nmen,illng of tho net will doubtless bo
settled nt tomorrow's meeting. It Is
Mrs. Kaae Claims That
Estate Owes Her
Tho final accounts of .tesslc l(an.o
an administratrix and oxecutrlx of
the estate ot tho, 'ate Margaret V.
Carter ver.n.nnlljr?after a legal light
which has lasted about six years, tiled
this morning In Judge Koblnson'i
court. Mrs. Kaae had been threat
ened with punishment for contempt
if the accounts wero not produced
hy todny, Tho accounts were tho
subject of considerable criticism by
attorneys and court officials who saw
them, u very noticeable feature ot
them being that outside of the sum
of $63 received from a previous
agent of thn estntc, Mrs. Kaao docs
not charge herself with an) thing, h'lt
claims, on tho contrnry, thta Iho
entiite owes her somewhnt over soven
hundred dollars. It Is beliovcd that
ilio will claim; that bIio made no col
lections in her above-mentioned ca
pacities, but that sho collected routs
acting as tin agent of tho trustees.
At all events II may bo ronslderod
certain that strenuous objections will
he made to tho accounts hy the guard
Ian of tho beneficiaries, Kilgar Hen
rlouos, and thut there will bo some
hard scrapping in the courts before
this skeleton nf the courts Is Anally
laid decently In rest.
In her accounts as administratrix
Mrs. Kane charges horsclf with noth
ing nnd asks to bo allowed !10r..fl,
claiming that that entlro amount Is
(Continued on Page 4)
We Ship Fruit
again by the
Hilonian, Jan. 26,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE IS.
YOU WANT WHAT
you want when you want it, applies
to a messenger boy. Ours are all
'JOHNNIES ON THE SPOT."
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.) '
understood that Hid leglslntlye com
mittee will report at that time, and
upon the reior of the committee, to
a great extent, tlm drclMon of tho
members of the Chamber doubtless
will he based.
Delcgato Ktihlo lias asked for nil
vlies concerning the sentiments of
I the Chamber of Commerce relative
lo the proposed amendments 't tho
'Organic Act and It Is for this rcauon
probably that th meeting has been
j railed. Tho matter will be threshed
out thoroughly nnd resolutions, eith
er fawning or opposing the amend
ments, will doubtless be paused.
Court Says Administrator
- Acted In Good
Thn Suptemo flourt this morning
rendered Its decision in the easn' of
W'm. Bujilge, tTUstno of th llnrelo
Kstatc, and the llarotr-helr vs.
Hlchard Aritono and A. J. Lopez. The
opinion hy Uallou reads as folldwx:'
Tbc plaintiffs, btl'ng iho.holrs and
trustee under the will of Manuel A.
Ilarete. deceased, brought a hill In
equity against the "two defendants,
alleging that Hlchard Antono while
executor of tho will ot said Ilarete
had neglected to Inventory a lease
hold owned during llnreto's lifetime
by Ilarete nnd Antono as tenants In
common; that Antono as executor
had assigned' the estatn's half Inter
est In the leasehold to tho defendant
t.opcz, the consideration named In
the instrument being "vnltto receiv
ed," nnd that nine months after tills
assignment lipez and Antono assign
cd tho leasehold to Henry Holmes for
12001). The bill charges Hint tho
whole transaction was n conspiracy
between Antono and Lopez, tho as
signment being a mere formal trans
'action nnd tho purported consldcra
'tlon wholly fictitious, nnd that An
ion? received tho entire profit of tho
assignment. Tho bill prayed that tho
defendants be declared tritstcoa In re
spect to tho estate's shnro of tho
moneys realized from said assignment
nnd be ordorcd to account tncrcfor.
Defendants answered averring thn
bona tides of the transaction and tho1
case went to trial. At the close ot
thn plaintiffs' testimony plaintiffs vol
untarlly discontinued us to Iopcz,
their rnunsel slating that they had
failed In establish thn allegation us
to his connivance nnd collusion. Tho
bill Is now sought to he maintained
against Antono upoh the theory that
(Continued on Page 4)
, -.Young Cafe
ASK RECALL OF
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 27 The consideration of the bills di
rected against the Japanese has been postponed for a week. The bill to'
prevent aliens from owning land will be made to apply to all nationali
ties to satisfy the President.
A bill was introduced in the State Senate today calling for the re
call or the Japanese Consul General nt ban Francisco, who is charged
with having interfered with domestic legislation.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 27. The House of Representatives vot
ed today to expunge from the record the fiery speech against the Presi
dent made by Congressman Willett of New York. Mr. Willett was so bit
ter in his attack on the President that
continue his speech.
TOPEKA, Kan., Jan. 27-Jas.
reting .the land frauds perpetrated against the Government, was today
elected United States Senator from
PARIS, France, Jan. 27. Beret
tor, died today.
PAJUS. Krancc. Jan. 10." Ilcrut
Constant Coquelin, regarded ns one
nf tho greatest actors In tho world, H
near death In his home here. Tlio
physicians, say that his case Is one
of angina pectoris and that ha cannot
recover Although tho great artor
PACIFIC FLEET AT CALLAO
CALLAO, Peru, Jan. 27. The Pacific Fleet of the United States nr
rived here today.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 27.
81GAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.67
cents, or $73.40 per ton. Previous
quotation. 3.70 cents.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.. Jan. 20.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets 10s.
1 l-2d. Parity, 4.14 cents, or $82.80
Crabbe or Buckland
May Get Census Plum
While the appointment ot a direct-1
or of the Hawaiian ronstis, which la'
to he taken next year, is stilt sonm
distance on", wires aro already being
pulled for thn nppoltitment, which
will ho made from Washington, Del
cgato Kalantanaoln being (lie man
who has tho gift nf thn plum. Noiio
of tho local oflliials who were seen
about the matter today were ablo to
Mate tho exact details regarding tho
position, 'but that It Is n fat one Is
certain. II Is generally believed that
It will carry an annual salary of
ir.OOO and Hint It will Inst about two
years nnd a half.
"I huo made-no itppllcatUm for
tho position," said John I' Lnnr, who
has for some time been sfioken of ns
n likely rnndldnto for the Job, main
ly became ot tho close relations be
I In a Store in which all the
Buy Them from Us
Because we have the finest and largest stock of goods to se
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 FORT ST. The Place To Buy Shoes. TEL. 282.
the House refused to allow him to
L. Bristow, who was active in fer
Constance Coquelin, the famous ac
has been in lied for hooral days, Iho
fact thai hn was dangerously HI was
not made public until today. Ho timk
u turn for the worse this morning
and It was decided thereupon to let
It be known thai thero was little llko
llhood of his recovery.
While passing hy the residence ot
i) Japanese named Slilnua nt Hero
tnnl.i and I'ensacnta streets this
ii'ornlng. Paul It l-eubcrg was at
tacked ami bitten by a small dog.
The matter was reported to Hie pollto
and the mippoaed owner of the dog
,as taken Into custody.
tween him and tho Delegate 'Them
are several out for it. I understand
thai Clarence Crabbo and C It.
Ilitcklnnd of llllo have applied for
'"The census will bo conducted
Jointly with the investigation of la
bor anil industrial conditions, which
under thn amendment of tlio Organic
Act Is held here eiery llvo years,"
Mild (inventor I'rear today. "Com
missioner of l.nhiir Nell and Com
missioner of Census North wM work
together In the matter I saw tho
former while I was at Washington,
but did not have the time to beo thn
latter. I baa In ronlcniplntlnu tomo
additional iiiiestlons of local tlitcmt
which I shall recommend should ha
ni-kcd nt the tluio tho census Is taken,
but I have not us yot been ubla tu
frame IIipmi questions."
Attention is centered upon ONE
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