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VOL. XI. NO. 4S98.
ONE DOLLAR FOR
EVERY HOLE DUG
New Ordinance With Strict
HARD DLOW FOU
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
In laying New Conduit Sstem, Will
Have to Bevise Estimates of
Cost Conduits Also to Include
Police and Fire Wires.
At tlio tieglnnlng of Its new conduit
wink, the .Mutual Teleplumo Company
II mis Itnvir confronted by an iinlonked
lor in t'lllc.inu'iil with tho City and
County oMcln's. That Ih" It tliu lion
uitllunnco Just Intiodutel nnd In tlio
liamlH of tlic Committee on Hniuli,
Hrldgus, etc., becomes a lay.-. Wlilcil
nicMiiH that tlio .Mutual for b'e'ry hole
dun in tliu streets lu Conncctlui with
tlio layl'iK of their wiles mule,,. mind,
tiny will li.no to plunk iIjwii a iotldar
per liolo to gut a pormtt tor tlio wot Ic.
Tlio ordinance ns flamed piovldra
Hi it every peison, persona or coipor
atlon desiring to mar tliu Mic'o(b of
Honolulu Willi a liolo for pit pmpotoi
or otherwise, must apply to ill; Hn.nl
Hiiturvtboi'H iP.ko. for a penult, ami If
it Ih deemed iieceFsnry lurnleh n bund
for (lie faithful pcrfoi maucti ot iikIi
act, all of which Is to cost u dollar.
Tho rtoail Dcpar'tiiv't Is to huo cup
erifslon over tlio vork, anil fee th'it
It Ih done In nceoiitanco with tho per
mit. Thoro la a claue In tho now -ord-In.mcu
that also compulH tolcpliono and
telegraph companies to resort o space
In their conduta for hi)1co anil flro
wires. Tlio onllnanco was Introduced
mi (piled) that few li.ivo taken any In
terest In It, hut tho effect it will !iao
on tho Mutual Tolcpliono Companj's
-pirns will compel them to tnako en
tile new cstlmitcs on the cost of put
ting In their conduit system.
An official of tho company said this
looming: "If this Is truo thnt v.o will
to coinpellecl to pay a dollar for each
man hole dug lu the sticclR. wo will
h.io to how to tho will of the Super
tlmtrs, hut wo will liae to make new
citlinnlea on tho cpenso, us It will
m.i'te a his difference In the coat."
In fact It li tho feeling of tho Com
piny thai whllo the onllnanco was
fifincil to cover jill persons, nnd cor
poralliiiiK, that It wns alined especial
ly at them. On the cithc r li'ind Deputy
County Attorney Mlherton siys It It
only to regulate the digging up of tho
ttri-PtH, Tho feo of $1 and hond at
tached Is on'y to nssuio tho Doaiil
Hi it tlio work will ho done In tho right
Made to Your Order '
Some men cling to the made-to-order idea in clothing.
These men will appreciate the Alfred Benjamin made-to-order
service. We take your measure and guarantee the
fit of the garments.
Great variety of new samples just received. Now is
the time to make your selection.
The Kash Co.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
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J 3:30 EDITION
PINE BLUFF., Ark., Aug. 24. A
negro crazed with cocaine ran
amuck here today and created terrl
.blc havoc before he was finally over
powered. He secured a" shot gun
and ran through the streets blazing
away at random, ne wounded 25
people. Short justice was meted out
to the man. however. A posse was
got together. He was captured And
burned in the public square of the
The Wailuku Sugar Co.
1 Took A Public
In conformity with the' determin-'
ntlon of the Territorial Government
to tnko active steps against thoso
who have heen encroaching on gov
ernment lands nnd obstructing pub
lic highways, BUlt has heen begun
by Attorney-General Hemenway
against tho Wailuku Sugnr Com
pany In ejectment and damages ask
ed to the amount of $2,300 by tho
Territory from tho sugar planta
tion. Tho suit Ih based on tho action of
ho Wnlluku Sugar Company In fonc
Ingoff a govoinment road near Wnl
luku nnd planting It ih cane. Tlio
Territory offered to settle the caso
by m exchange of land, but with
out sucicss. During a recent visit
of Attorney Gcncial Hemenway to
Maul ho had n conference with
Manager I'enhnllow on tho subject,
hut without satisfactory results,
Manager I'enballow stating that the
corporation would continue In pos
Blcn of the land.
The Innd that wns tnken by the
corporation Is declared to hnto been
a lecognlzcd government road for
j cars and thnt tho portion that wns
tnken ocr by tho plantation ex
ceeded five acres in extent.
Dliink books of all sorts, lodgors,
tc , manufactured by the Bulletin
ti t ii.' i.TTfaff. i.k- 1 tyJfc4A.2L.tfj&!u
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERHITORY OF 'HAWAII, TUESDAY,
CURTIS MONOPLANE STILL
V : HOLDS RECORD AT RHE1MS
RHEIMS, France, Aug. 24. M.
Bleriot, who made the flight across
the English channel, made a recuord
flight in his monoplane today of six
' and one-fifth miles in eight minutes,
four and two-fifths seconds,- This
leaves the Curtiss flying' machine ai
still, holding the"! record for"
speed up to the present time.
8 Tho filing of ten chattel mort- U
tt gages with tho Iluicau of Convoy- tt
tt anccs this morning by tho Olun tt
tt Sugar Company omphasizeH the tt
tt success thnt Is being experienced tt
tt by that plantation with Its Spun- tt
tt lab. labor. Tho ten mortgages on tt
tt growing cano under tho enutnet tt
tt system aro all given by Span- tt
tt Inrds and shows conclusively that tt
tt they nio now flguilng prominent- tt
tt ly In tl.o ranks of the cano con- tt
tt tractors. tt
tt Tho Spaniards whoso names tt
tt figure In tho documents Hied this tt
tt morning wcro among tho first to tt
tt bo biought to the Territory nnd tt
tt have shown that they aro well tt
tt adapted to plantation work nnd tt
tt ran be depended upon to work tt
tt up to tho more rcsiionslblo class tt
tt of labor. , tt
OF EXCELLENT HOMR SITUS.
Real Estate Department
Hawaiian Trust Company,
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1UIEIM8. Aug. 23. Six and oiie-llfth miles In fle mlnujcs, thirty
flvo and two-fifths seconds ,was the H)lng record made here jestcrday
by Curtiss, not eight minutes, as was first leported.
Olcnn H. Curtiss is tho only American aviator competing In the
world's aviation tournament being held at Klielins, France, August 23 to 2D,
although nearly all of Curopo's coniuerors of tho air arc there. Tho
Wright biotbera declined to compete in tho races because of the rules gov
erning them. They do not care to enter competitions anyway. Lambert.
Latham, Curtiss, Dlcrlot, Durnnd and dozens of other lesser lights in the
now science are participating and tin. to Is little doubt that the world's flying
lecords will bo smashed. Captain Du rand's machine, which differs from
nearly all tho others, is tho object of much speculation. This neroplauo
is bcllcod to comblno all the best points of tho Wright. Latham and Die
riot machines and is expected to attain a higher velocity than any other
in ichlno yet built. Count do ltmhert will use a Wright inttchlno In tho
I I" B A
CHICAGO. Aug. 24. The Cir
cuit Court has permanently enjoin
ed the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion from enforcing its order mak
ing the through railway rates a less
sum than tie local rates. This was
brought before the court in the Mis
souri river case.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189.
DU) YOU FOBGETt
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LURLINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at its best now..
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FBUIT SHIPPEBS.
To the Palm for
It is Fresh
Hotel near Union.
Beaches all parts of the city. Care
ful drivers. Prompt service.
Times Advertising For Sellers and Buyers
AUGUST 24, 1009. 10 PAGES.
tt Tho report from Hllo of tho ar- tt
tt rest of Honolulu traveling men tt
I tt bocnuso they did not have county tt
tt merchandise licenses enlue as a tt
tt surprint- to tho Territory's legal tt
tt department and Attorney Oener- tt
tt al Hemenway stated this morn- tt
n that ho did not think there were tt
tt any reasonable grounds for the tt
tt action or the Hllo officers. ' tt
tt Hemenway concurs in the opln- tt
tt Ion expressed by A. O. M. Rob- tt
tt ertKou that tho traveliug mcu tt
tt fiom Honolulu, who solicit busl-tt
tt ncfis on Hawaii are not In need tt
tt of a merchandise license and that tt
tt thO'llcensv Issued to tho business tt
tt houses In Honolulu was sufficient, tt
tt Loral flrniH uro determined to tt
tt test the mattur In tlio courts and tt
tt a representative of B. O. Hall & tt
tt Son left for Hawaii today armed tt
tt with all the credentials necessary tt
tt to establish his Identity as a rap- tt
tt rcsentutivo of tho local Arm. If tt
tt ho Is Interfered with by tho Hllo tt
tt authorities It Is understood a test tt
tt caso will bo made of It at onco-'tt
tllank bonk of all norts, lfrter
.Ic. manufactured by tb Bulletin
rii'tlahlnK rn-ncn ,
$1.00 to $35.00,
MONTEVIDEO, Aug. 24. The
Argentine steamer Columbia collid
ed today with an uuknown German
steamer. Over one hundred and
fifty of the Columbia's passengers
SAN FBANCISCO, Aug,- 24. The
Pacific. Mail liner Siberia left at 2
o'clock this afternoon bcarim; ithe
Congressional party that is to make
a tour of Hawaii at the invitation of
MWDE AND '
RYAN MIX IT
Taint echoes of a diplomatic con
tielo lips, with the scat of war at
llll.i. nnd one ot tho principal actors
Claudius 11. Mcllride, secretary to
Governor Frcnr, luvo drifted across
the water from tho Dig Islnnd. The
rumor Is not quite doflnlte ns to
what the details ot the occurrence
actually were, but now that nil"
has set to work to Imprison nil Ho
nolulu traveling men who 'aro i not
fagged to tho satisfaction of the
county authorities, Mcllrlde's friends
are prepared to hear tho worst.
The Governor's secretary went to
Hllo on the diplomatic mission 'of
assisting In the arrangements ' for
the Congressional party on their
tour of Hawaii. According to the
report that has been received, tho
Governor's secretary nnd a gentle
man named Ryan, who figures rath
er prominently In Dourbon politics
In Hllo, disagreed emphatically on
a very essential point, and, to use a
homely phrase, "the fur flew." It
Is not stnted who canto out second
best, find It Is also unknown Just
what happened to the Congressional
il Is possible that tho failure ot
Mcllride to take his high hat and
long coat had something to do with
tho contretomps, nnd fuller rcp'orts
are awaited with Interest,
' Athletic Footwear
"BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. BOWLING. RUNNING, SPRINT
' ING AND GYM SHOES.
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We have just received a big shipment of Witchell
Sheill Co.'s athletio shoes, and we desire to call the atten
tion of all baseball players to our new tan willow calf
hand-made baseball shoe. It's a pippin.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1081 Fort St. Phone 282.
Strangers in Honolulu, who aro
without homo, will find the right
place quickly by using Bulletin
Want Ads. Oldtimers with housse
to rent, can best do it by using Bul
letin Want Ads.
PEICE S CENTS.
Big Ship Drifting With
Two Anchors Out
And' No Crew
GERMAN COAT MAIMED
BY TWO OFFICERS ONLY
Four Men Desert, and Balance of
Cicw, Unable to Handle Vessel,
Come in for Help mid Later
Can't Tind Vessel.
Owing to the hca iiftshiiro gala
blowing Kstorday and partly through'
tint filplif fh., n.imlntl ntiln Vfit-.1fcf.ft ?1
" "'- - "-- ! .--...---.
Captain I'ellrmitcr, v. Mill wont out
side tliu roof eterdny to anchor, was
drifting about -'0 miles off harbor at
10 o'clock this morning- Tho Mokolll'
wont to her UusUtunce.
The harbor tug Intrepid entered tho
harbor thU morning at 3 a in . report
ing the 'ntlrre IS miles south nnd
drift Inic with two unrhors out, one at
120 fathoms and tho other nt 9o fath
oms. The sea Was so rough that they
wc.-o iimblo to got a to lluu to tliu
ipfi'I ami jik nlm wan In no danger ot
Ir.K inln.re having the enilro ocean
' IriU n, the tug luturned In Hin,Jj
lulu. ' . i A
Chi tnln I'cltimclcr wni short of i
men. Iliiw or tour of Ida sailors haW '
lag ifdcrted the ship, mid his new, ntll
Iho time the boat commenced to drift,
COUHlftil of llOMi UlluTitn tn ?i.t ttw, U
anchor up or haiulle tho c-w.
This morning tlii'co of tho boys ad'(
the second in.ito rnucd Into the liuf-
hor after men. leaving Ihe eiplaln and-,yj)
t'iu flrt unto on board tliu toarel, (iilija
illg out again lliey failed to too tbttM
Nordno tinl lotnrned.
The Mokolll was then ilfep-itrlit'd tlftS
her nsiilstniico with n .lumber of Hu
wall-in labirers to get lior nnchors up
mill Mt'l iter liuuft IH lIHlllIll lllal
Dho will enter tho harbor on linr r. '
TJiu fourteenth annual nctountot-jl
tno tiuktces under tlio ctnili-A i U.M
UUhop trurt was tiled in tno Circuit ?
Tho figures shows that tho receipts J
for the jear ending on August, J2S
iininiiMlf.fi In tcj r.1.1 on ,ln nv.wsnr
turcs for tho samo potlod helng I2$h3
072.43. not Including SI 00.271 23 u?caj
ror the purchuso of bonds and SC2.G00
for notes purchased.
Tlio cash bilanco on August 12 was
The Interest collections amounted to
$30,85(5.17, cash balance August 12,
1808, tl.555.12. Totnl32,41I28; cap
ital: bond Inu'ilnientri collected $35,
123; notes collected, $217,000.
185 editorial rooms 25G .busl.
nets office. Thoso are the telephone
niimhxr nf Ihx Rullrtlp offlra.
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