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VOL. XI. NO. 4406.
In Kilauea Crater
TIiIh Ih tliu (cxt of 11 cablegram
Charles Murray h-is recuiicd fiom C.
(1. Uocklis, I'oluitatu ir Alulia Temple,
wlin Is now In San Francisco.
IIiIh Ih good iicwh to tliu local Shrill
rr and ocrono else. It mentis lint
llio San Kranclsco Shrlucrs, headed liy
l'otcutiito Crocker, will lnll Hawaii
In November, and proctcd to llio vol
cano, vvhero down In llio till or Kllauea
(ho mystic riles will bo can led out
under llm incut unique Uiciinistiinccs
tliat over existed.
l'otenato Crocker, who Is also tliu
Republican iiomlneo Tor Mayor of San
rrnnclsco, will lend tlio ptrty, and In
nil Konio throe hundred SlnluerH will
m.iki! tlm trip.
A siiocial steamer will lio chartered
und the voycure elovvii idiould ho a rec
ord ono Tor Joy mid gladness.
Theru will lio 11 meeting of the local
500 PEOPLE ARE .
List Showing Large
Mine (linn lion peoplo arc toda
flnlshlni; up tlio remains of (liv
Major's big limit last night. On
nu omit of to many of tlm guests
who weic not familiar enough with
Hie linger movements to doftly get
uw.iy with their share of the good
thing:', a great deal was left over
whlili Ih helng dispatched liy worthy
people whom tho MiijdV wlblies to
leniemlier. Tho county Jail prlson
orH are also being treated to ro
luntnn of tho fcaet.
To an outsider tho Immense quan
tity of provisions i-iiilied for Mich
a luaii mi that of last evening is lit
tle Known. This morning Secretary
Klvciiliurgh furnished 11 detulled list,
which hiiH Mime luteieHtlug figures
in It. It icnds:
Twonlj-hcven plgH, 21 of which
wcid toasted In tliu gtoiind, and l
of which wcie donn up In (I leaves,
packed with beef and salmon; l.r.OO
separate largo mullets, 'i I Uliitila
laigu flHh, in lings Hweet potatoes, X
bags tai . ' :;. galloira taio and co-
School boys nrc receiving
special attention this week.
Our beys' suits are receiv
ing the most attenion from
mothers because they arc
stiong stylish, serviceable
Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Hotel
Tciuplo IIiIh evening, and tho wholo
mailer of tliu Intended lslt of Islam
Tcmplo will lio gone into. .
Tho annual cereintnilal session of
Aloha Temple that Ih (11 lie held down
In tliu depths of Kltnueii early In No
vember, will nttiact tliu attention of
tho not I.I, and thero Ih no doiihl that
I tho cxti.iordlnary fact that llio scs
1 Uon Ih to ho held la the bowels of
the gicatost volcano on e.irlli, will
draw utlentlon lo Hawaii from all
it Ah noon r.H further details nro re
ceived liy mall Aloliu Tcmplo will
inalio nil nrraugcniciits for tho great
CKt event of yenrg and tho day tho
members of Islam Tcmplo land on Hit
iwiillaii soil will In; an epoch-making
cue. Tlio class of local men who will
ttead hot winds In Kllnucn Ih largo.
They will now prepaio to put an extra
tallniiH ou the solos of their feet.
connut, 35 gallons banana pudding,
'! gallons anow uml and cocounut.
12 gallons sweet potato and cocoa
nut, 30U loeoanutH, CO ilnzcn todjiH,
SO galliins'beer, 10 gallons o'pll, 10
galloiiH II m 11 (seaweed), 5 gallons
wann, 8 gallons liver, r gallons lit
tle crabs, 0 gallons bulled squid, 'i
gallons raw squid, C gallons fresh
water shrimp, 24 chickens, 10 gal
lons bulled limit, 800 lels, 3 boxes
fi tilt, 0 bunches Hawaiian bananas,
(10 cakes, 1 gallon Uukul, 1 bug dry
fish, largo quantity raw fish. Forty
eight liainbo cnlabanhcs decorated
tho tallies. Allen lloblnson furnish
ed (ho lumber grutls for tho twclvo
t-eventy-four foot tables, A smnll
tnble seating twenty-four guchts of
tho Seasldo Hotel was provided
among other features of tho limit.
Tlio total cost of tho feast will bo
about SI, 000.
Hull Iuih been filed In tho Circuit
Court by Clinton J. Hutchlns against
Samuel C. Woods. Tho complaint al
leges Iliac on August 3, 1907, Woods
executed 11 pionilssory notn In which
ho luomlsed to pay IT, C, Picker tlm
sum of 3:il..ri0. Tho nolo wns ludoised
by l'lcker nml delivered to HutchliiH,
who Is now tho Icgul owner, .ludg
inent Is aeked for tho nmoiint of tlio
nolo and Interest at tho rato of 8 per
cent per annum from .Innuary 1, 1908.
Wado Warren Tliajer Is attorney for
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16 PAGES. HONOLULU, TESIITDEY OF HAWAIISATURDXY,
Big Estate Gains
LEASES RENEWED AT
ucdv 1 idcc CIRH9CO
WtKI LAKbt rihUHtS
Increase - in Values of
Realty Bring Additions to Rev
enue of Both the Estate and
Tho largo Inereaso In (ho values
of Honolulu real estate Is vividly
bliown lu tho figures contained in
tho masters' reports on tho unnuat
actounts of tho Charles It. Illshop
Tiust nml tho ostnto of liemlco C
Tlio master's report on (bo four-
tceptli annual accounts of (ho trus-
tecs under tho cimric ii. iiniiop
Trust has uccn nicd in tno circuit
Court by Job llatchelor, nnd uluo
upon the twenty-fourth annual nc
counts of the Ilcrnlco I'. Illshop es
tate. Tlio report shows that tho receipts
of tho Chailes It, Illshop Trust be
tween Aug. 12, 1908, to Aug. 12,
1909, amounted to tho sum of S281,
C30.29. Tho master's report on tho Illshop
estato accounts nro particularly Indi
cative of tlio rapid growth of real os
tnto values in Honolulu. Tho re
port shows that tlio total receipts
from all miiiiccs during tho year,
Including collections of capital In
vestments (S109,7r0), amounted to
(333,878.22. Tho total oxjiendl
tines wcro 310,012,06, leaving n
sui plus of $23,8GG.1G, llofcrrlng to
tho surplus, tho report says:
"Tho surplus Is duo principally to
tlio Increase of rentals over former
curB. Old leases at low rentals ex-
plilng and now nucs being mailo nt
much higher rates, shows a steady
giowth In tho property of tho estate.
Tho Inereaso entirely wipes out tho
deficit of last jcar, besides leaving
11 balance In favor of receipts of
S 17, fit 3.71 to bo carried forward to
tlio next account,"
Tho report shows that 102 leases
wcro Issued during tho year, show
ing n total of r91 leaces In forco
and r G tcnanclcs-at-wlll an In
ereaso over Inst jenr and n drop of
0110 of tennncy,
A comparative statement of tlio
rentals collected Ih as follows: 1905,
iI13G,388,fil; 190G, 1139,752.50:
1907, $182,2-19. 16; 1908, 1142,790.
17: 1909, $I59,G57.9G.
These figures show that tlio ront
collections for tho current year have
increased by $1G,8G7.25 ovor last
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wraooed
ready tor mailing, SO cents at Bnl
.let in offior
"WHAT 13 INSURANCE? 'TIS A
IJAND THAT GRASPS THE FU
JUIIB BY THE HAND AND WEDS
IT TO THE PRESENT."
Hawaiian Trust Company
COPENHAGEN, Sept. 4. Dr.
Cook, the explorer, arrived here to-
' ffar and uraa uralfmMl at fit tuliarf
"J me urown rnnce 01 iienmarx,
ho extcndcd congratulations to him
in behalf of the Nation.
There was an immense crowd at
the landin and the explorer was
greeted by a tremendous ovation at
the landing; and as he passed through
Tl PaaV vtmmAm n Vir-imt mAAmmm
,., h.n to tl). hom. of nntt.
ed State$ Hinimtor Egan, who gave
a innci,eon in his honor. Later he
y,Bli tfytn an Rndjentc Dv the King
,3 Qneen 8nd the prfneesses. A
SMc banquet will be given tonight,
ct Which the "leading scientists of
the city wju be p.ejt. M weU al the
Experts on Arctic affair., have
tenned the iou(ials of Dr. Cook
,j deci.rt H-.t.h. rrif in nm
respect his elnim of having reached
me north role.
NEWCASTLE. Pa Sept. 4. A
train was wrecked here today by
some miscreant having loosened a
. rail. Three passengers were killed
land many injured. Bloodhounds
have been put on the trail of the
I train 'wreckers, for whose capture a
reward of $25000 has been offered.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4. For
mer Judge Advocate of the Navy
Lcmly died here today.
Henry Clark, premier Hawaiian
tenor, tins been engaged to sing at
tho Iltnplio and will make his first
appearance there tonight.
Dr. J. S. II. Pratt of tho Hoard of
Health, who has been visiting In
Hllo, returned this morning on llio
James II, Castlo was among tho
arrivals this morning from Hawaii.
C. Hollo returned from his busi
ness trip on Mnul.
t n tt m it tt h k n tui n a
U PROQRAM FOR THE WEEK, tt
tt Saturday, Sept. 4, (all day). tt
tt Arnund-the-lslnnd auto trip; visit tt
tt to plneupplo plantations. tt
tt Sunday, Sept, G, 1-5 p. m base- tt
tt bull at Athletic Park between tt
tt teams of many nationalities, 10 tt
tt p. m. I,eavo on 8. 8. Mauna tt
tt Kca for Kauai Island. tt
MEALS AND SERVICE
EXCEL AT THE
Hotel and Union Sts.
PROMPTNESS AND BELIABrLITTJ
Are two essential points to the
successful Messenger Service, We
insist upon and guarantee both.
SEPTEMBER 4, 1909. 10 PAGES..
Attended By Over One
MUSK, FEAST, GOOD CHEER
RULE THOSE AT NATIVE FETE
Congressmen, Federal, Territory,
County and City Officials and
Citizens Thoroughly Enjoy the
By A. F, Thayer,
They robbed tliu earth of Us liuppl
neHK and carried It with laughing mill
btrelsy to tho big luaii. Losing tho
troubles of tho world for a time, a
thousand happy in.'iiplc usscnibled und
er tnu siw.it canopy u, .,ci.,cn v
Wiling and sat, as guests Mora Ha-
of thu visiting Congressmen, It will go
qowii In history as tho big social ovont
in their Itinerary. This,, bemuse-,. It
was unique, llrllllant receptions and
modern banquets they are accustomed
to, but few of them have scon any
thing like this.
And as they delved with their fing
ers Into tho iiijslcrioiiB dishes on tho
beautifully decorated tables, tlio niazo
of many colored lights, ilia fascina
tion of tho music, and thu rjlbm ot the
rurf's splash uixm thu short closo by,
they laughed, unit tho world laughed
with them, rormiillty lost Its prece
dent, and tho reign of good fellowship
look Its plbco. Class nnd Ksltlon wero
forgotten, nnd but ono thing was re
membered. They wcro guests In com
mon at ono of Hawaii's most beloved
With n smile that won thoso Immed
iate ly who rlospcd his big hand, Mayor
Tern stood at tho Iliad of the recep
tion lino, with Scctetniy Rlvenburgh
at his right, and the county and city
officials assisting, and ovory guest met
him tho most talkcd-of man In Hono
lulu today. ' Not since the days of
monarchy has such a foast been spread
beforo so largo a congregation, anil Its
great success was carried off with a
harmony that was wonderful to wit
ness, Tlio county and city officials who
(Continued on Face 4
Bureau Records, Are An
The records of tho llurcau of Con
veyances can bo taken as a reliable
indication of tho business conditions
now prevailing In Honolulu, nnd
they point conclusively to a period
of rapidly Increasing prosperity,
resting upon n solid foundation of
"If our receipts continue through
out this' mouth ,nt ' their present
rato," said Registrar Morrlani this.
(Continued on Pi
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Now developments In the establish tho p mission of the Kngllsli t: ivcm
incut of a wireless tctn through thu "" blch must first be obtnlnel. In
South Sejs. with KIJI as the tonter..irt "l"' ''''l "''' be Maro-ml Pom-
pntiy suddenly iippean-d on tho M-vim,
likely to ninko It a Eoveinimiil afiair. ,.,,. C()lll. , , )xn!lflleh of tlio
according to an offlclal of 0:1 ot lb- r.n-tflsh tlmcrniuont in I111111I111K over
companies now passing tin ougli. I innlnldii In the I'uclllc Radio und
According So him, Maironl Is fight niectrio Compin Arundel's roiicem.
Ing hard to get n station on thu P 1 -itli , It in mm ,i rtuiit l ascert lined that
which will bring him In .1 direct c-lai.i n. Marconi Cnmnain is mally after
with tlio United Wlrolcs fompaii) an I i auiith Hta Kta.ion nml oxpits in
tho KiJI Islands has retolved them- (-ct 1 foothold hero by imlug the I'ljls
solves Into the bono of contention. I ns .1 ledg"
Sometime ngo John Arundel, ov.tier, PliouM tt do so, tho Uulloil would
or Ocean Island, commenced to taku. find n loal rival to buck tlio I'ncinc
i.teps towards oHtabllehlng .1 system mil itadlo nnd i:iu.rtc using lh:lr urn
Ocean iBland, Plcasni.t Island 1111 1 TIJI 1 Instruments tuiJ controlled moro as nn
with tho FIJIs ns tho center. In ensoj adjunct to Mr Arundel's huso InM
his plans went tlmiiigh he would Ititu hc.h tlm.i aj r. oommerclal undertak 1
purchased his Instruments from tlio lug Ihe Mnicul wonbl b- iihm rlie
United Wireless Company and K A
pll ,,, ,,,. r()r , ,,.
f, M h W11,lhtfw, ,
stall them uud'taku (hargq of the new
Now, however, nn uncxiM-rted 01 po-
slllun has dcvi'lois;d in tlio fact lint
Wing Tai's Fine Keeps
Growing Bigger And
A general round-up of business lic
ense delinquents wns held IIiIh mom
Inn In llio Police Court ami tho cam
led complications that attended tho
first case resulted In the balanco being
accused under another section of tlio
revised laws Instead of tho ono tint
was set 1 gainst, their names oil thn
Tho man nYiinrlnientot nn T-.m Wlnr-
Tal. a Chinaman of pully tr..i.ui nnll,,ppP '"', ,helr lM v',,en """ n!i ,
house, until tho ikjIIco got nftcr him
for being without a llccnre.
whn h. ... r,i,i i,n ..t.in.i i
answer to Judge Andrado's question
Hill I h. l,n,l nn llroniin Ilo v-i. inmV
ly bewildered when he was nsked ns
to tho plei ho wished entered, nn 1 tho
cause of his perplexity was miilo evi
dent when ho produced a Uccnso Just
as sentenco was about to bo pro
nounced upon him.
Prosecutor Drown and .Tudgo An
,lpn,K iavm unmn I. n I .... .IHIa.! I... (t.A
UIHUU nv,V IKJIIIVnilllt HIjllllllUll U) IIIW
procceduro until It dovclopod that thn
Interpreter had nsked him whether ho
had got a license beforo July 1st In
fctead of nftcr.
As ho had not got tho llccno until
the jiollco got on the trull It did not
mlllgatn his offense, nnd .Indue All
elradn taxed him n dollar and costs
As tho party Wing Tui wns digging up
at the clerk's desk Judgn Andrndn had
nn Inspiration nnd looking up tho stat
utes discovered that thu flno could lint
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1081 Port St.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Icoiiimeielnl end n It irt.tlrely nnd Imv-
lln! Ikioiiic mi fihnty istnbllslicti on
1 Hi" At'nutle vvotild iI. to etieli'clo tho
gtolio will. Il own liiktruirinutn.
I Tii(: ontlre matter not rnfts solely
-.villi thf l(r',tlli g'lVOniBicut ar to who
m1 get the lslivndv. -
bt less thin llio cost of the vmij's Ilo-
.unso n tilth win tn (IhIIjih Tln-ro-(iipon
.ludge Ali'lruilo rilsed bis linn to
two ilollirs mid toslH Wing dilit a
little di ppi-r.
I Pioveeiilor Ilniwu made llio next
jilln-overy, whlcli was to the e-nV-t
that there w-ni n upeelal iaia,"ajih
under which delinquent lodging lioutu
Keepers sliouiii 110 proseciiieil nud
which set tho minimum lino at IIP.
Andnulo called dor:i tho piiicciillnn
for Its lultnVo, apiloglreil to Wing Till
for hiving In sit there and beep rais
ins bis fine, roi'iml h'ai ti n dnllara
nnd remitted tlio eo-vts
Wliu; Til paid up and scooted for
l'nnio before somebody found another
Owing to having bocnmiv fnlnnnlel
with llm Pcin-d of Health, tin trWI of
, V I Tn-n Uow Yupn wai rc't ov-r ten '
divs nnd ho wa told to rt'isl' for n
I llcenso In llio ineRnllnic 1. I, e-imo
1 Into mm 1 trilling his namn H!ti Mui-'h
I . "y Janmeo keener iit a.
.lolelng linitfo. who uelectcd tbptb-,
I '"In I"" necessniy paper, tvps glvieiii
. f I0, ",,1'1 ,',"'K "Js JirofesMon of Or-
'"" wwimn ' vuu lil lllllll I llia
h!'1 ,"1,J,"f ,'l', ",",'tt-
Y.ishldii, for tho sumo orfciifo.
the saniu penally.
I)r Dlnegnr, Mrs. Illncg.ir am
tv.-o cblldren weru nmomr tlm (;'-
''nminfT tiasfeueera on tlin Aiaiiliii'd.
A V. Carter was n returning pas
senger mi the Milium Kca to.lav
Alameda, Sopt. S
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