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From Snn Francisco:
Hlberln Aug. 30
For San Francisco!
Clilo Muni Aug. 24
Mnkurn . . .Sept. 1?
For Vancouver: ; .
Aor"nKI Scpi'n) 3:30 EDITION
VOL. XI. NO. 4308.
CONSPIRATORS MUST GET NEW BONDSMEN
Out On Bond
Authorities May Take Conspirators into Custody
While Tftey Are Seeking New 5urcties--Pet
jury s Alleged
:j It the power of attorney for I". Obiyashl,
Si Makluo Ncgoro and Con.3 were rt , he wis disqualified Lln.htfoot will
it ordered taken Into ruttoi'y byJt'brlnjj another tentative surety Into
St Judge Do Bolt tlilr afternoon, un- Ji
Si til sureties qualify on their bond "
IS Paaluhl's arrest for perjury this U
1J mornlr.Q and tl e fillurc of anoth- Si
$S er this afternoon to nullify nnu "t
SS It look as If unexpected tiojblc t:
Si will develop find the three con- J!
SI vlctcd conrplrators will hive to St
SS await bo ldsntcn In Jill. tt
Jusfgc Pe flolt this Mtern.oon ttt the
bond c( Phut P isluhl .i! ?10:0, nod
having ben ceeklng to qualify as
hondsmnn, the alleged perjurer will
now have to seek bondtmen for him
ttlf. lie wfi allod until 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon to hunt sureties
Llqhtfoot produced K. Obvy-uhl ac
a substitute for P.iiltihl hut as ltHo
voloped that ho was there only with)
LANE, CHIEF OF
Hawaii's Fair Daughters
Ready With Lcis For
.Inlili C. I.nue .1 member (if tliu I'll
IctI iliitni nt Cninnilttio of tlic Con
gioisluiial p.llty, ll IK been dclegMod
dilcf (if lliu let brigade. Ills duSioi
would lie to select young IiiIIch pi
(Utnr.itu lliu Congressmen mill their
wives with lols, iiiou their nrrlvul at
'1 lie following j onus ladles hnvo
been vclfrlPil to welcome unci decor
ulu tliu Congressional li.irly with lels,
when tlio Siberia ilurkH nt tliu thick
I old whnrf: l-iuil C.itliciirt, Helen
C.illiciiit, Auiiio Mrltitjie, Ireno Dav
idson, i:iiz.i limn, I.ucy ltlcluinlson,
Ktnin.i Kin, Mutllilii l,oinon.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Made to Your Order
Some men cling tj the madc-to-order idea in clothing.
Theto men will appreciate the Alfred Benjamin made-to-order
service. Wo take your measure and guarantee the
fit of the garments.
Great variety of new samnles just received,
the time to make your selection.
The Kash Co.,
Corner Fdrt and Hotel Streets.
lln'itfi- IiIh staleiurtits ilil not cor
ivKitl t'i lln molds df tliu court,
Whf'l (U'llI(MHcI Kh tl) whether llO,,lX
it'ily mi t!u bjtnl or imy person
wIiiit t'l-H? In pending, J fm
t'.iuhull was urroU'i) today i;n
i wnrruiit sw i-n out liy C'jun
h Attorney CnllHiirt, charging him
wltli ih ijury. Altwniy l.lshtiW pro
rt ulcd l'.i;iliul In co'url iih a possible
hnndyiu in for Y. Suet anil M. Nosuro,
nvc'illy !ivlri(;cl tf rniiijiliacy In the
lilvl ll"g'en :'ii'i nji mroty ho wmilrt
if" 'ml lt nnillf tur 11IKMJ Tnr each
&k -i 1 1 I Nlriihi rai tiinVKicir
(Continued on Pace 3)
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SEATTLE, Aug. 20. The session
of the National Conservation Con
gress opened here today with a good
attendance from all' States and Ter
ritories. One of the "speakers on to
day's program was Commissioner
Knudsen from Hawaii, who gave an
interesting talk on the progress of
conservation in that Territory,
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1009. 10 PAGES.
I MAJOR GENERAL
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Not Flnco tho civil war lias MnsHaclmscttH seen rtirli n KillitrluR of poIiIItb hs ciBRpmlileil for tho
war R.iino of Auk, 11 to 21. Defending Hos.ton anJ utlcmptlnK In icpel tlm linusloii of 9,000 men of tho Now
York, New Jersey nml Connecticut mllltla wcro tho 7,000 incinberH of tho MarKncluiBclta mllllln, augmented by
tlireu troops of regular cavalry from tho Tenth regiment, now xtntloncil nt Fort Kthan Alien, Vt. Tho "fight
ing" was largely confined to tho counties or Urlstol ami Plymouth. Tim iiedimpanjlng nmi shows the nren
oer which the main operations wcro conducted. The problem of defence was engineered by Ilrlgadier
(lencrnl William A. I'ew, Jr., of tho MnssnchuhettH n iIIoiihI gunnl, whllo tho Invulcrs wcro In coinmand of
Jlnjor (lencrnl Tiaskcr II. KIIhh cjf tho war collego at Wanhlngton. All tcld about 20,000 men participated
In tho nr game, which was umpired by Major (icneral Leonard WimhI. U. (J, A. A ast amount of propcity
was damaged, but adJiiHteis will follow In tliu waliu of both urnilcH, pnjlng off elalins.
BUNBUBY, Australia, Aug. 28.
A boat containing the survivors of
i:xci:i.m:nt iiomi: siti:s.
jReal Estate Department
Bulletin Advertising-is Good
WOOD, MAP AND SCENES
WAR GAME IN
I the French bark QacI arrived here
today. The ship was abandoned at
sea, the officers and crew taking to
boats. The captain's boat is miss
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20. Su
gar Beets, 88 analysis, lis 10 l-2d,
Parity, 4 51 cents. Previous quo
tation, lis 0 3-4d.
Amidst i; ie.it nxdleinent on tho Cllj
diamond tho lliillellu nowHlioys, today,
whltownxlied tho Star nliio by ii scorn
of G to 0, It was n lino gaiun and III'!
lot in of tlm Ilullc tlu lupresentatlveH
was llrtd (I.ihh. Tlm usual iiootitlinn
(illicit of fans (oiigiegaiod and tliu
good pl.iyrt wero liiiuli npplatulud.
Beaches all parts of the city. Care
ful drivers. Prompt service.
territorial messenger ser.
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
RHEIMS, France, Aug. 28. The
Latham monoplane made a flight to
day of 05 miles and 3,895 feet. The
time was two hours, eighteen' min
utes' nine and three-fifths seconds.
DID YOU F0BGETT
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LUBLINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at its best now.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
$1.00 to $35.00.
Plan To Entertain Party In Homes Not Popular
Young Selected As Headquarters Band
And Girls With Lcis Will Welcome Guests
Visiting UwifiK fsiih n and their
wives will not bn eiifertaliu.it b pie
vlous ariniigeiiient :tt Hi? bonus of
Honolulu people. At lliu inedlng of
the irnturtnlnnient Cnnnullku this
morning In tho office of Will tec Olltiug
ham, who Is rhiilrinail It was di cl led
to resent! (iiiirters at the Young hotel
for the dUllngilliliril guests.
This dorlslon was nrrlied lit ps llio
result of thu fact (tint (ho ji!."lu en
tertalnment of tlio Ih1I-n l I iml
meet with general nppiot.il ofeltlretis.
and It was thought best In provide, for
them at the hotel, and after tlildr ar
rival If mi) one deslrus to cni'Tl.ilii
certain of tlm party, by notlie o the
ronunlttec this can bo iilcl y nr
ISOKCd. An'TUKenients will bo inadu te I i
tho bind on boiid tin- Intrepil .Iihii
hhe goes I'Hl with, (ho reception eiun
mlttio to' meet thn Siberia no Iter cu-
NEWPORT, R. I., Aug. 26. The
final games for the national cham
pionship in tennis singles were
played here today. W. J. Clothier
won the title by defeating M. F. Mc
Laughlin. Tho latest bulletin regarding tho
condition of C. M. Cooko Is to tho ef
fect Hint ho has showed neither Im
provement or (ho opposlta slnco )c
tcrday. Ho practically has been tho
name, for threo or four dnjs, nnd lias
rallied but llttlo after tho first klioclt
of his stroke, subsided.
To the Palm for
It is Fresh
Hotel near Union.
BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. BOWLING. RUNNING, SPRINT
ING AND GYM SHOES.
We have just received a big shipra:nt of Witchcll
Shelll Co.'s athletic 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.
Manufacturers1 Shoe Co., Ltd., ,
1051 Fort Bt. Phone 282.
Strangers in Honolulu, who nre
without homes, ,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.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
triw tn the In Ikii end clglil prelly
lliikiiln,i flrls liiun ilu I'flnij will
ill Lui.ltl- till- gi'Ills vtiib inttlto b'lj.
At lliu wll.llf nuliiiiitlilles Will bo ill
le.idllii'M. In eonte) the pillj 10 Ih-i
Yintiig Aulumobllo Ir'pu Id tliu I'.ill,
the Co'intr) Club dm Aqii'irluni will
bo III ordtr Hi" Major's I11.111 U thu
B'ikIim iwdlii i ni'lniid trip in Ihn
I laiitnllomat I' ilm'tii nfTil oIIit !i'o
lllps UmI'v.III b of Illt-ri'M to thu
Cost of War
?:rLILI.A. Morocco, Aug. 20.
jl rn;: a. thrjc dau' battle that has
been in prosre-r, tVe Jioow Lave
lost n tliOJSTiul men and the Ep.iu
i:h tlirrc liundre-l nnd Hfty.
Engineer Quinn With Sur
Kiuvej nolle at Knbubli harlio'r
has slt.rled under thn dlrcrion of
Assl.lnnt i;uglnc(r Itlrhard Qiilun,
who left u few ilijs ngo from hero
with two sure)ors to begin tho
woik iiiitliorlrcri lennfly by an or
dtr of tlio Wai Departmenl tu Ma
As fiiFt as the ncic rally re'iulres,
more men will be added to the sur
vey force from Maul. It will prob
ably require several months to tout
plete the work, iih the harbor is dif
ficult to handle in nuny place.
Tho survey is preliminary work Io
thu dredging later on thn harbor so,
that ships inn enter. I "or tills pur
pose private docks tiro nlro In I lie
louiMi of (oiistriK tlou, ii nil If thn
pretcnt plans uiu carried out It will
hn on ii of the best harbors of 11a-
Wanted, by October ltd, furnished
bouse, three hulroonis, small family,
adults. Addles with p'irtleular.1,
C. J. II, cam Itullut III. la'JSGt
j Limited Telephone' 301.
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