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HONOLULU is waking up: large
and small ndvcitiscrs who lecog
r.izc this fact first, and use BUL
LETIN space, will GET AND
HOLD THEIR FULL SHARE OF THE
For San Francisco:
Alameda 1 ob. 1U
Aorangl Feb. G
Moana Feb. 3
i 3:30 EDITION
Every first class Mercantile house in Honolulu is a Bulletin patron
VOL. XI. NO. 4230.
EDWARD AT DERLIN
BERLIN, Germany, Feb. 9. King Edward and Queen Alexandra ar
rived here today and were welcomel with great ceremony. An attempt
ed demonstration by the unemployed of the city was tunnressed.
m i i
CANNOT CONFIRM CRUM
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 9. The attempt to confirm the appoint
ment of Cram, the negro Collector of Customs for Cliarleston, has been
abandoned for this session.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 9.
for tlu Calhoun trial. The peremptoiy
WELL IS BEING SUNK ON MOANALUA ESTATE AND RAILWAY
LINE IS NEARING COMPLETION THIRTY MEN ARE
NOW EMPLOYED ON WORK HONOLU
LU'S NEW SUBURB
.McCandlcss Ilrothers arc at work
drilling a welt on the Moanalua estate
to provide n supply if fresh water for
Hie Dillingham coiiblructlon camp ut
Wnlvrluwii. Arrangements have been
made with Mr. Damon mill nil of the
wuter needed to supply the camp will
be taken from the well.
Flvti miles of water plpo has been
nidered anil will be delivered .within
t'fw'iln)B. The pipe will he used to
cany tho water from the well to the.
tankx provided to receive It, mid
thunce to llio various hydrants in the
ramp. The pump, which will force
the water up Into the tanks, will be
run by an electric motor Arrange
ment h havo boon, made with the Ha
wullali Klcctilc Company for the pow
er necessary to operate the motor.
The taukH will be located on Ball
Lake HIM. fium wTilcli place the .water
can be carried anywhere In tho camp
Thirty Men Dusy.
Thlily men aii- w 't woik cle-ir
Ini: Hit ground for the camp, ai.il the
Governor l-'iear Is sniitthlng every
minute he can spam fiom his iiiiitlue
work to prepare lil.i message to the
Legislature, which eouveues a week
fiom tomorrow. The message pi util
ises to he falily long, although the
Governor sa)H that he Is putting Into
as few words as possible the many
subjects which it must necessarily
cover. A number of impoitant icc
ommeudatlons will he made to tho
lawmakers for them to act upon fa-
There is more to the cut of the Trousers than most men
imagine; in PARAGON trousers, there is a distinctiveness
that men know and like.
Theyare pre-shrunk, correctly tailored, and rightly
priced. Let us show you some of our fine Spring trousers.
Twelve jurors linve been passed
challenges will be made tomor-
administration building, tho first of
'the stliictures to be Blurted, will prob
ably be ready by the end of the week.
The rchtiiuiant equipment has already
been moved down and u contract
dost I with the man who ran the res-
t.iurant ou Sand Island list yeur. Ho
will furnlKli meals to the men al a
prlco fixed by tho company. The com
puny vvlll exercise, such supervision
over tno establishment as shall be
necessary to insure the serving of
meals such as arc called for in the
The laundry concession hus nlso
been let, The men who ran the laund
ly on Sanil Island will have charge of
the wnshlng al the now camp.
Railroad Nearly Completed.
Work on the' halt mile of track,
which will connect the cam)) with tho
city of Honolulu, Is well under way.
Within the next two or three days It
Is hoped to have the track completed
urn! leady to receive lolling stock.
The transferrin); of lumber fiom this
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vorably or otherwise Hills actually,
though not officially, administration
measuies to cover these recommen
dations are being prepared by vari
ous law) el h, and there will be cniltu
a mimliiii' of lliese Inspired bills.
The following General Order, No. 8,
has been Issued by Col. Zlegler of the
Klrst Ki-glinent, N. 0. 11.:
In pursuance of General Order No, 1,
A. (. O. dated January 23th. 18(19.
companies and detachments of the
llrst Infantry. Nntlonal Guard of Ha
waii, stationed at Honolulu, will as
semble under arms at the Drill Hlted
on r'llday, February lsth, 1909, at 7:30
n. m., In participate In I lie parado lo
be held In commemoration of the one
hundredth anniversary of tho birth of
8 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1809. 8 PAGES.
Supreme Bench Opinion
Affects Transfers Of
An opinion handed down by the
Supreme Court this morning In the
matter of John Hodson and Albcrtlna
Hudson-versus William Woltcrs, af
flimlnK the Judgment of the Circuit
Judge, will have an lniKrtant bear
ing on many real estate transactions
Ir the future, ah it establishes n
piecedent regarding the rights of
purchasers of property when tho pur
chases ure based upon representa
tions of the sellers. The syllabus of
the opinion contains a brief outline,
ol tlie points of law Involved. It
"Eenscments; estoppel; sale of
land with reference to Intended roads.
Where lots on n road shown on a
map are sold with a representation
that the road, then surveyed anil
staked out, but not taken over by the
government, would be kept open, be
ing an easy and convenient route to
I each u park and from there the cen.
JAPAN IS FRIENDLY
Third Secretary Laughs
At Jingo War
"The people of Japan today are per
fectly peaceful and calm. They con
sider the Americans as their true
friends uml do not therefore bellcvo In
breaking that friendship."
Hon. M. Klbo. who Is going to tho
Jupaneo Kmb.i.isy In Wus)iliiKton,
made the above; statement on board
the Tenyo Marti yesterday, shortly uf
ter the liner docked ut Hhckfeld wharf.
Mr. Kibe goes to Washington to be
come the third secretary or the Jap
anese Embassy there. I to Is a closo
ft lend of Consul (leuern,l Uyetio and
last night he remained ashore, taking
apartments In the Japanese Consulate)
General, where ho was dined,
lie stated that the action of the Cal
ifornia Legislature Is not considered
by the Japanese as a national Issue.
The matter was not rilbcussed at Ja
pan when tho Tcnvo left.
During Mr, Kibe's stay In tho city,
ho visited polntA of Interest, and this
morning he went shopping and took In
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SAN FRANCISCO. Calif,. Feb. 8.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.01
cents, or ? 72.20 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.G4 cents,
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 3-4d.
Parity, 4.12 cents. Previous quota
a pamphlet of fullest and most
containing the present rating
of all Stocks and Bonds, and
giving the capitalization, gen
eral standing, and assets and
liabilities of all plantations
and firms listed on the Stock
Exchange, will be distributed
to all who make application
for it. Book now on the press.
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 9. Attorney General Bonaparte informs
the Associated Pieu that he understands United States District Attorney
Brcckons will resign. He declined to discuss the rumor as to the causes
of the resignation.
-l.ijiMa.ia- .a MILJUI 1 lit. 1'U . us
George Kulellilnl is insane I
This is the Hat statement made
this afternoon on the witness stand
by Dr. Kmerion, lcllf)lng as an In-
sMilty expert, and Is the strongest
polut that hns been won by either
side In the trial or Kalelklnl for the
murder of Kmlly Kalelklnl, bis wife.
"I think the man has the symp
toms of an Insane poison," said Dr. '
Emerson In reply to a question by
Attorney Charles AchT, counsel fclr
the defense. "I think the man has
epilepsy and the epileptic mania. It
is one of the,wolMiuown divisions of
Dr. Ktnertwii mild that he bused his
opinion Wxh rlffron. a ircrsoaal exami
national til edcfeildant'anu upon tho
examination of various cither persons
from whom ho had learned the Jits-
.tory of the man. Al the 'tjme of go
ing o press tile cross-examination or
the Doctor had not been begun by
Mcrrltt hospital formally opened In
Oakland for accommodation of 40 pa
800 SHARES IN
There was a privuto deal in Olikula
sugar stock yesterday afternoon that
Is attracting no little attention on the
street on account of Its possible effect
on the continuance of that plantation
Although the transaction was, not re
ported on tho ttxehango today, It Is
stated that a salo or (iter eight hun
dred shares of Otikalo. was made by
Mr. Ilond of Trent &. Co. to Mr Shin
glu of the Henry Wntorhouso Trust
Company, representing clients.
Mijnager Walker of Ookalu Is In
town and It was anticipated that some-
can be aided in no more effective way
than by sending away a Cate of our
Island Fruit Co,,
72 S. KINO.
If You See It
make up your mind it is a boy from
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
JUST RECEIVED. ,.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
GO TO EXPOSITION
Twelve koa tables and four times
up many chairs of the same material
arc being built here for the Hawaiian
exhibit ut the Alaska-Yukon Exposi
tion. The furniture will be placed
Ir the Hawaiian building, and will
be ummI In serving pineapple to vis
itors. A specimen chair and table aio
now on exhibition nt the rooms of
the Promotion Committer. They nro
extremely handsome specimens of
the furniture-maker's art and will.
It Is thought, mako quite a sensation
union's folk who are unaccustomed
to seeing koa used In' tho construction
The plan Is to serve pineapple at
a smuH't'harge per dish, the revenue
derived from tho sale to be used in
lelmbiirslug the pineapple growers
for the money which thoy lay out lu
providing an exhibit of their waies
iat the Kalr.
I A double enil wlllpb.accon)pUshed.
( however, as the, tables aoclofeplrs-wlll
be sold, after the Kulr closes. Ko'r
that reason they are being made lu
the finest possible manner, that thoy
'may find u ready market, and may
call attention to the value of Hawaii
an koa' as A material for the mote ele
gant grades of -furniture,
I Tho pineapple will be served fiom
specla( plates, bearing tho Hawaiian
cunt-of-aiins, and these plates will be
for sale as souvenirs.
thing would bo doing In tho stock imr
kct aflcjr he arrived Saturday after
noon, According to tho genornl report
there has been no chango of the con
trol of tho plantation and until there
lil tho resolution piUaed'trf wind up thu
affalra of the property will hold good.
Tho difference of opinion on what to
do with Ookala Is evidently very sharp.
It Is presumed, that those anxious to
continue tho plantation are buying and
those assisting In tho vo(o to close It
up nro sellers.
The prlco at which tho big block
sold Is reported as $16, which Is high
for Ookala and indicates that someone
wants tho stock enough to pay a price
Mr. Palfrey, for many years the
bookkeeper or Ookala. Is said to lie
tho purchaser of tho big block. Those
Interested think the control of tho
corporation has not changed and the
contending Interests may get together
HE HEARS RU
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 0.
District Attorney Brcckons of Hawaii will Le Riven an opportunity t
resign as a result of charges made against him bv Rev Thwing and oth
era of Honolulu.
"I have not been nfuclnll) requested In the piei-lih M oi the Atto
ney Genera to resign," said I'nltei' States DIM i lit vtioinev llicrkoi
over the telephone this afternoon "I htive been lufoi nn-il In tin ft Inn.
that u request lias been made of me to leslgn. lull in ihe im-it-nt 1 d
not know anything nbout the cable report
"I have, however, the repoit, of Mr llarr, who mine di.n here t,
Investigate the charges made against me
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 0.
agreed to recommend an appropriation
SALEM, Oregon, Feb. 9. The resolution directed against the Japan
ese was defeated In the Senate today. -NEVADA
CARSON CITY. Nevada. Feb. 9. The anti-Janancse resolution was
tabled in the State Senate today. Tr.is orobcblv disposes of it. .
JUDGE KINGSBURY CONFIRMED "k
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 9. The anointment of Relden 11 Kin
bury, successor to Judge Kepoikni,
AGREE ON MOROCCO ',
PPARIS, France, Feb. 9. France and Germany have sitmed nn
agreement for the control of Morocco.
- . at
Acetylene May Furnish
Aeotjli-iie gas may ho substituted
for kerosene as the illuiulnaut fo
the lighthouses of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. The matter bus been prett)
thoroughly discussed by the authori
ties of late uml It is not ImpiobablJ
that a change may be made lu one or
two of t lib. lights within u very shoit
It has been suggested that the uow
llghthoiihu In Honolulu harbor might
be u good place to Install the first of
the new lamps, and thoie Is more
than a possibility Hint, before many
moons have passed, the brightly burn
leg beacons which will warn ships
of dangerous reefs may be red by acet
ylene gas. It Is also possible that
tho six pile-lights that mark tho
channel will be fitted with acetylene
Should the proposed change of Il
luminant he made, it will mean that
some forty lights will have to be til
ted with new lamps. Whllo this will
mean the expenditure of considerable
money to start In with, It Is believed
thut, In tho end, it will provo econom
ical. In that the cost of maintaining
acetylene lumps Is said to he tar loss
"For the Outside Man, this wet
weather" we have just received a
new lot of shoes made especially to
our order of tough Willow Calf, with
a heavy double Viscolized sole.
For the man who needs protection
from tho damp, our advice is:
"Get a pair and do away with Shoe
Worry, This Wet Season."
PRICE $5,00 and WORTH MORE.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST.
"The Place To Buy Shoes"
PRICE 5 CENTS.
It is rumorcl that United Stat.
The Senate Naval Committee ha.
for the construction of 25-000
was confirmed today.
than that or keeping up thime i
J w ith keio-eiio
I H Is iiccs.iry to trim nnd nil .
il.ncsene lamps dully. It is clnli
,t:ini tlie gis lights will burn
i, ii. hum hi a nine vviiunut iinyiil .
Another iiilvantngn claimed for
Ms lights Is that they ran be a- .
much farther out to sea, nnd t.i .
the) are visible In murky woath. r,
when the oidluary beacon would ,t
entirely obscuied. Iflsulso clnlliMl
that they rarely go out.
The llghthoiit.o iitithoiltic on t'ig
mainland have been conducting u w
lies or tests wltli different llluinl
i.auts. mid their discoveries J liiiro
been such that they believojTthiit u,
change should bo made lu the I 1
nuds. ,' .
I'ractlcall) all of the lights in Uia
Hawaiian Islands nro lighted with,
kerosene There Is n small ooctl:
light nt Illlci, hut electricity is u ,.
generally found piactlcnblo .for ii
Vaporized oil Is also suggested e,
an illuiulnaut, and one or more
the lamps may be provided Willi u
equipment to utilize that
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