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From San Francisco:
. Siberia Aug. 30
For San Francisco:
Chl)o .Mnru Aug. 27
Mnkura Sept. !
VOL. XI. NO. 4390.
BUSINESS LEADER! OF
COX MENTIONED AS
Republicans Favor Him
As Strong Opponent
DEMOCRATS IN FAVOR
OF PRESENT INCUMBENT
Discord Among Disappointed Per.
ons Who Failed to Secure
Good Jobs What Bank and
Fife Are Talking.
Supei visor Andrew Cox In nlrcmly
being HifKun nr iih ttio next ojiudl
date for Slieilff on, .tho Hcpubllcan
ticket. Ills iiamo has been inenttou
il nml generally discussed by tlm
Hawaiian politicians legardtcsa ot
their party affiliations. They be
lieve that Cox would bo a Btrons
oaiidldnto lo buck against Sheriff
.limett or any other proapcctlvo
candlilato for the otllco of Sheilff.
Tho Democrats on tho other hand J
nic Jn favor of continuing Jarrotr
nfllre. Some of them, particularly
thnxc who hnvo not been given of
fice In tho police department, aro
'ttroiigly' opposed to his le-electlon.
They nio reported to bo working
liaid against hlni. They feel
that they wero not plven a squnro
deal after they hud worked hard for
A largo number of Democrats who
:u u opposed to Jarre! t havo been
in Sing llobcrt I'.iliau to run In op
position to him at the coming elec
tion. They assured him that In
i ace ho consents to hao his name
placed In nomination, they would
ii4e their lost influence In Retting a
huge nmjoilty of supporters.
I'.ihatt, when teen this morning,
' admitted thnt such was tho case,
but hu denied nbholutoly to discuss
about his rutin e movements. "It
Is too early In tho day to talk about
politics," said ho this morning.
Tho lcndcis of the Labor and
Home Itulo 'parties nro In favor of
supporting Andrew Cox. They be
lieve' thnt Cox would bo the belt
man for the office of sheriff. Ho
hits been n sheriff of Wnlnlua for n
long time, and his record Is unques
tionably clear nnd honest.
Aclil, head of tho Labor party, is
n strong supporter of Andrew Cox.
He will undoubtedly order his nil-
(Continued on Page 5)
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,
the time to make your selection.
The Kash Co.,
J . . .. . . .
") 3:30 BOlTiON
Hubert O. llallcy, the private sec
retary to Scriutnry of thn Treasury
McVongh. miido n careful Investiga
tion Into the rite for the Federal build
ing at Ililo and sor.ired enough data to
prepaid a full report of the conditions
Hiirioun.lltig the Federal building site
In the big Island riipltitl.
Ilalluy Is limited as having Mated
that tho tlte could not be Improved
upon and that It fills all tho require-
nientB for u permanent homo for, tho
United SUtea ofllccr.i In lllln. Ho was
glen every opportunity to examine
Into local conditions and nfter com
lllld nfter com-
pleting hit, Investigation mndo a trip,
to the volcano.
"II llo has a promising future' said
ll.c MK-rl.il Federal ImlMlne nzent tn
n Hllo business man, "and tlm Federal
Kot eminent Is noxious to do nil it cr.n
to hasten the progress of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii by Impiovlng Its prop
erty, and faculties of departmental ad
ministration wherever practlcuble."
CONVICT WAS" BUBHED.
S0PER. Tonca. Aug. 27. A col-
r!!?? eJrlqul.Urtlh.Hi'riiii-tiV ltreoelally tl l
"fin his flRht for liberty killed one timnd officially upon his return from tt
man ana wounded tnrce. The, cut-
prit was killed before he wust'eap-
tured, and the -body was burned.
ON CHIYO MARU
Many Laborers Arrive
- On Japanese Boat
Presenting oven a more crowded np'
pearsneo than tho Manchuria, tho CM
yo Maru tntered the harbor IliU moin
ing wiin :s riiiiipinos crowiicu m ner
This makes 339 natives of Uncle
Sam's insular possessions to ar.l'vo
... , , ,. ,. a ,, ..
with n a week, the I . M. S. S. Man
ehurla bringing 111 Thoeo wero sent
to O aa j- nutation last haturday m a
sjieclal trip of the Maunu Kea,
Apropos of tho Filipinos being
brought hero, the rellectlons of a tour
ist who pahsed through on the Man
cluirla nrj Interesting, though probab
ly touched with a tourist's prejudice,
(Continual on Pajre 5)
and Hotel Streets.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1909. 6 PAGES..
C. M. COOKE, BUSINESS LEADER
AND PHILANTHROPIST, IS DEAD
C. M. Cooko died at an early hour
He had been gradually growing
weaker for tho last few days, and
during the later hours of his life
wns unable to recognize the mem
bet's of his family. Death came to
the leader of business, finance and
phllunthrophy as a relief from the
mental suffering of an active man
forced to remain Inactive, rather
than ns release from physical pain.
Immediately the news of Mr.
Cooke's death was known down
town, lings on a majority of tho
business houses of the elty wero'
half masted, banks were closed nut
of respect for his memory and 'the
many business houses with whlrh he
N Intimately associated also clos-
..i tholr doom for thn d.iv
The funeral cervices for the fam
ily will be held this afternoon nt
"10 n"" on neremnia sireoi, ueir,
Woreimis Scuddor officiating. Kol-
n,...... v. ...i t...i.. i.i.
tt Kauai Sunday. Tho coming il a
tt the Congressional party, forty it
strong, on me sincrin .nonuay, is n
tt mont that will confront the Tor- St
,ti rltory's chief executive. Tho lm- tl
,tt inlgrntion commission, composed rt
it of Senator Dillingham, Professor tt
tt Mellls nnd Charles II. Wheeler, tt
tt Is also duetto ariive In the Islands tt
tt within the course of next week, tt
tt They will have to bo looked after tt
tt by the Tenltorlal officials and ac- tt
tt corded every opportunity of pur- tt
St suing their investigations Into ttln stamp tax nmnuutiiig to S3 989.00 or
tt Immigration nffnlrs In addition to ttlonly tho num. or tl on tho trust deed
St boing Impressed with tho boppl- tt security of the Inst bond.lssiio of tho
j St tallty of Hawaii. tt
SS Then conies the Puilnc fleet. IS Territorial Hupremo court this morn-, St slon of the sanitary condition of
tt with IU liundieds or men and ttlng, Attorney General Hemenway ii-st Honolulu, nnd other towns on thn
tt many officers who must bo, enter-tt J pearlng for the Tenltory and Judgo tt Islands. Superintendent John
tt tallied with tho accompaniment St Dallnu for tho railroad corporation. In,ts Wilson, of the Uoad and Oarbago
tt of a garden party or so and nn tt'tho absence of Chief Justice Hnrtwell, tt Department, is doing his share,
H opportunity of seeing tho delights n (Circuit Judge Do Holt sat with thu tt aided by a form or men to put
tt of Oahu. tt justices of the Supremo Court in the tl the town In applo-ple order, and
n-,.,, .,roaram of vkltorg , com. u
pleted lor tho very near future St
tt with Admiral Holloway. uho is St
5 ,luo l" ,cnmo '? tho Territory In tt
tt connection with nn examination tt
of t, UofenBlve ,)08h)1Utles of tt
pearl ,.,,,. an(, ,'ho w()rk fur
nccomnllBlle(, all or wllch nK.nllg
tt that Governor Frear and his ofn- tt
tt clal family have strenuous days tt
tt ahead of them. tt
LARNED IS CHAMPION.
wrnroniiT u t ..-. n t.
.? A.tlZt-A m t' ninlilir'.'j- i.
ned defeated W. J. Clothier in the
icuaii singles ncre wuuy, una mui
retains the championship for anoth
I The (list Cullco Hall of the season
will bo given by Pacific Rcbekah
Lodge on Katunlav evonlnc. Aug. 28.
In K. P. Hall. Thcro will be music
by Cunha's Gleo Club.
OF EXCELLENT HOME SITES.
SEA VIEW -
Real Estate Department
Bulletin Advertising is Good
THE LATfc C. M. COOKE
lowing this the leinntns will bo cre
mated, mid the public funeral ser
,THE SUPREME COURT
IS NOW SUBMITTED.
Railroad Cornoration Claims That
Tax of $5,980 Is Not Collectible
ul """" """' vviisfcitMio
Oil Bond Issue Security.
Tho question of whether tho Oaliu
Railway & Land Company has to pay
corpoiatlon, wns argued before thOtt
hearing of tho enju.
Tho contention of tho- Territory,
through Ticnsurer Conkllng Is that
with tho pnyincnt of tho old O. . & U Itt rives Monday, so the time Is llm
bond Issuo, which was secured by a 1st Ited.
mortgage trust ilred, that the recurlty
ceased and that tho now issue or 2,
000,000 must bo secured by a similar
mortgage upon which the tax imposed
or to 989.00 Is collectible. The original
trust mortgage was executed on Janu
nry 1, 1897 nt tho rale ot B per cent per
annum duo on January 1, 1937, tho
trustees nnnied being Walter F. Fiear
and Robert W. Atkinson,
In Treasurer Conkllng's formal state-
n,enl "f ,tl0 "landing or tho Territory
lt , mlll lint .. 10 flr8t (laJ ,)f Ju.
i npsesses the bliinip duty on snld doc-
itment at the sum of $5 989.00, basing
such duty upon thn sum of money
$2,000,000 for which tho franchise,
rights of way and othe'r property re
ferred to and In tho trust mortgage
dated January 1. 1897 aro held as se-
by tho parties of 4ho second
The amount of tho stamp tax was
pnld Into tho Treasurer's office on July
22 with 510 for tho costs or tho appeal
or the rrnio to tho Supremo Court.
To the Palm for
It is Fresh
Hotel near Union,
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful drivers. Prompt service.
territorial messenger ber.
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
vices will be hold In Central Union
church Snndny afternoon, the hour
to be announced later. The Inter
ment will be In the Mission Chllil
icn's lot at Knw'nluhao church.
Charles Montague Cooke was born
In Honolulu May 10, 1849, and (
was therefore a little over sixty,
years of uge. Ho was tho son of
Amos Sturr Cooke, and Juliette Mon-
tngue. who came to the Islands as
teachers In the early days and were
nssigneu 10 me iiujui bciioui, wui-iu
fliu nu.fiili.trii nf flit. llnWItlllin mvnl !
family were taught. Among their
pupils were Kameliamehn IV,
mohameha V, Lunnlllo. nernlce Pau-
nl lllslioop and others.
The son Charles attended Puna
rum College and later attended the
nrglculturnl college at Amherst. Al
though scientific education was not
as well developed In those days as
now, Mr. Cooko fully appreciated
'Continued on Pace 4)
CLEAN UP FOR
tt Kvory offort should be made by,n
St tho Citizens of HonolulU.U-rrt- 8
'tt sent to the visiting Congressmen tt
tt one of the cleanest cities on the H
tt Pacific. A tour of Inspection tt
it through the various districts last tt
tt night by representatives of the tt
tt press, developed that while the tt
tt streets are kept in excellent tt
tt shape ns n rule, many of the nl- tt
it leys are In a filthy condition, and tt
2 MCiimiiiauona or waste paper are a
g ovident in many gutters and side tt
tt A "Hoiisocleanlng Day'
n be the proper thing for downtown tt
tt residents, for It means a great tt
tt deal to Hawaii for these people tt
tt wl"" opinions are sought and tt
tt nubllihb wldecst In the States, tt
to go back with a sp'endld Inipres- tt
tt every cltlien .should lend a will-
tt Ing hand to make Honolulu clean
, tt as a "now pin." The liarty nr-
The annual meeting ot the Com
mercial Club or Honolulu bet for this
evening has been ostioneil until next
week Thursday nn account of tl,(
death or C. M. Cooko, who was a chur
tor member or the organization.
SAN FRANCISCA, Aug:. 27. Su
ear Beets, 88 analysis, lit 93-4d.
Parity, Us 101-2d. Parity, 4.50
V BULLETIN ADA PAV -M
BIO T0U FORGET!
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LURLINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at iti best now.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
$1.00 vo $35.00.
SEATTLE. Auir. 27. The steam-
fhip Ohio bound from this port to I
Valid, Alaska, on the Alaskan sum-!
mer route, has gone ashore on a
rock ncar Ketchikan and is a total '
Tit . ltaa nt knAi Ann
hundred and twenty-eight passen-
Ka-'gers and a ship's complement of 82,
men. Purser Stevens, the wireless i
operator, and three passengers
reported to have drowned.
The steamer Ohio Is well known In
these walois, having been in tho
transport service and later bringing
nil excursion fiom l-os Angeles.
NURENBURG, Germany, Avir. 27.
Count Zeppelin descended toO.0.7 in
hi flight to Berlin to make rjpa'rs
to his airship.
est fires that hae broken out in the
hut few days, are threatening the
TO TOUR STATES
t a special meeting ot tho Antl-
Shl .,11 Lenguo yesterday It was de
cided that President John G. Wool-
Icy shall make an extensive tour of
the United States In tho Interests or,,f ti. 110t powerful wlrvless equip
the work, and also nttend tho Good
Templar National Convention that
convenes In California this coming
October. Mr. Woolloy will probably
leave Honolulu nbout October 7.
Other routine matters wero disposed
or relating to tho work.
K. Matsumoto thlB afternoon qual
ified on tho appeal bond ot Y. Soga
In the Circuit Court for the sum ot
tl.GOO. This assures the Nlppu
JIJI editor his trecdom until the
Supremo Court gives an opinion on
tho decision ot tho lower court. Ex
amination ot prospective bondsmen J
ror Tasaka and Negoro Is proceed- RHEIMS, France. Aug. 27. Hen-
Ing this atternoon. Failure or elth.,-j Farman made a flight today of
er to turnlsh properly qualified one hundred and eighteen miles and
bondshmen means that ho will go six-tentlis in his bi-plane.
to Jail. Maklno Is not affected by
this action, ns he furnlshod cash Bulletin Business Office Phone 230.
ball, pending outcomo ot appeal. p..iu,in Tditori'l Hnom Phone 185.
BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. BOWLING. RUNNING, SPRINT
INO AND GYM SHOES.
We have just received a bier shipment of Witchell
Shcill Co.'t 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.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Phone 282.
Strangers in Honolulu, who are
without homes, will find the right
place quickly by mine Bulletin
Want Ads. Oldtimers with housse
to rent, can best do it by usingB u 1
1 e t i n Want Ads.
PRICE S CENTS.
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Final Test Willi Cruiser
St. Louis 'Settles
UIM'fPfl fill PU
SATISFIED WITH PUAKO
Says Company Holds Strategic Point
for Sending Messages Between
Kilo nnd Honolulu, Although
After a flnnl test ltli the pnwerrul
wireless npiiir.ilus on the I'. S. erule
IT St. Louis when Mid wns In Ililo Day
lii-CIUly. Sitpt'iluleiiiletit llaleli of the
Wlrel'.-ss Company, today announces
that direct commiiulcnilon between Ho
nolulu ullil Hllo Is ImpoHulhle. The St.
1 mils test chiM'H u serlej Mr llalch
h 'S liven 1 mi Inning for Mime tluio tu
lire 11 more direct line bill the Ila-
in.ikuj miintjlim 011 Mta.iII and Hale
ikala on Mam prevent ciirreul con
The experiment Is of great Interest
from the (standpoint or the United
WlielcsH Cmpnn's claim thnt they
could nsinhlliih stnllo'ns at Hllo and
Honolulu nil,) send messages through
without interference As n matter or
Inct Mr. llalch sas that the physical
londltlous nro such that this can never
1 0 aceourpllslieii, n.-.the liiountnln
peaks cut off the current. All wire
less grams nro at present sent through
the Puak.) stntlon, which the supeilu
tendon! says Is the most rlllrloiil the
have been ublu to establlMi.
Kioin n scientific t.-indiint th.
test Is one of the best oei
made befveen a ship and laild station
Uefore tlio St. Louis left, Mr. llalch nr
ranged with Captain Glo.ives to nt
tempt romiuiinlcatlon with Knliukii
irm iiii0 nUv-
Tho rruli-.er has one
ments of any ship on the Piicltle and
at 1111 arpol'i'ed hour prearranged nil
or the Island stations mmlv ready to
catch tho currents rioni the St.
Louis, Attempt nTlcr attempt un
made during tlie day. but to no nal.
At night faint flushes wero notlccabV
nt Kahiiku nnd Mime of the oilier str
lions, but wero unintelligible.
Mr. llalch Is satisfied that his com
pnny possesses tho ono stiateglr 7olnt
on Hawaii for inter-lslund communica
tion, while on the other hind tho Unit
ed peoplo are negotiating nt present
with It, P. Srhwcrlu, mnnngcr of Hie
Pacific Mall Stcninehlp Company, to
equip his vessels with wireless appar
atus, promising that they can estab
llsh stations on Hawaii, Oahu nnd Mo
loknl that will glu oven better serlc,
than thn present company,
FARMAN MAKES LONG FLIGHT.
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