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From San Franobwe:
uunu sept. 10
For San 'Francisco:
.lumedit i..,Scpt. 8
Makura Sept. 1?
For Vancouver :
Aornngl Sept. 16
t VOL. XI. NO. 4408.
Kauai Royal Host
"Knunl -U beautiful; Ha women
nrn beautiful, n ml 1 now feci us
though 1 tin il been dropped buck into
I ho material world after it day
dream In the oilghial lllbllcitl para
dise." TIiIh sentimental view expressed
thin morning liy Congressman
Thomas ot the delegation of 19(19,
ii h hn was outing down tho gang
plank. or tho Malum Ken. It In
iiliout tho limt summary hi tho way"
of Impressions that have liccn farmed
liy the national lawmkcrs, who
Kicnt jcntriilay an thn guests of tho
cltlrcns of tho Gnrden Inland.
It Is sufo.to say that It will ho n
day or two before Kauai impressions
arc sifted down mid fully cstabllslt
eil among tho pel sound ol the party,
for the Itinerary, characterized by
smooth running mid perfect man
agement, did notnllow any tlmo to
hu Kiurlfleed and wan put through
mi ii hlgh-genr schedule. When
the Impressions of the visitors arc
linked for, tho answers show that
three elements, hmo gon to count!
tiilo tho Haltering opinions thnt tho
members of Dm I ODD C'nugresslonal
paity hold for tho Garden Island..
Tho III ft Is thn remarkable evidence
o fmatcrlal prnspctity met with on
ccry linni?, coupled with tho excel
Will Go Direct To Volcano
On Arrival From
1111.(7, Sept. 1, Full nrraiiKementB
fur tho iccoptlon and entertainment
of the' Concessional pirty wero out
lined nt n nicetliiK of tiiu llllo exec
titlvo commlttco held last Wednesday
evenliiK at tho County offlces. Tbosu
present wero Ohnlrnum Iliicklan'l, J.
T. Molr, A. Lindsay, C. K. Masulrc,
and 0. V, Affonso of tho commlttco.
II, U llolstoin, chairman of tho exec
utlMi commlttco for tho whole Island,
and C. K. WrlKht wero also present.
"Wo linvo outlined tho plans com
pletely," mid Itolstcln after tho meet
In K'. "And thaso nrraiiKcmentH have
Im'ii ofllclally approved by mo, and
lll stand. Tho party will arrlvo at'
Muhukona ut 12, .10 o'clock-' in tho!
(Continued on Page 3) I
School boys are receiving
special attention this week.
Our boys' suits are receiv
ing the most attention from
mothers because they aro
strong stylish, serviceable
Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Hotel.
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! EVENING BULLETIN
Guests For Day
lence of thn public hlghwajs. Tho
seroncl la tho hum with IIh fairy1
garden sotting, at whlch-thc mem
bers of tho Congressional party were,
the guests of Mr. and Mru. Charles
, Thn third mid not thn least Im
porlmil Incident of the ilnj'a trip
over wlili Ii tho Congressmen lfavo
not ee.ibed to (omincut with surprise.
Is the reception that wns accorded
to them by tho Portuguese men, wo
men mid children at thn Kaloheo
Homesteads. Thero they found
prima fnclo oUdciuo of a prnspetous
cominunlty dependent upon dlverl
lled Industry Tor its'support. When
tho uutoinohlleM bearing tho mem
beju of tho part' npproahed tho
Htopplng point they nasxed through
lines of school children, who wero
en hnlio along lhe roadside. Tho ev
idences of piosperlty on eery hand
and tho specimens of soil products
that Included n wide variety of
frulta and vegetables from green
corn to pineapples was something
that the men from Washington did
njit expect to encounter ln,il rather
out-of-tho-wny portion of thn Island
as hi o tho Kal ah eo llomcitcads..
rtepiescntutlvo Scott, chairman of
i (Continued on Page 3)
Good News By Cable To
flood news for tho sugar Industry
camo thin mornliiK In many directions.
first tho SiiKar Factors Company ie
reived n cahlo that tho carRo RolnR
forwuid by tho Mlssourlan had sold at
4.14 cen t per liound. This means that
a better rate for centrifugals has pro
vailed than wits announced In I ho lat
est quotations sent to tho Hawaiian
Planters' Association, The last quo
tation received from that source Rave
tho rate as 4.11 cents.
In addition to this comes tho very
vsolcomo local Information thut two
and ono-half Inches of rain fell at
rahata, Hawaii. This means plenty of
water when It Is most needed for Ha
waiian Agricultural and Hutchinson
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1909. 10 PAGES.
first steamer is
RFtnv m RniNfi
Territorial Board Receives
A Cable From v
HAS RETURNED' FROM TRIP
THROUGH PARTS OF PORTUBAL
Superintendent Ivers Cables Camp-
bell to Use His Own Discretion
as to Choosing Charter Will
Come Around the Horn,
A. J. Campbell, iiRcnt for thn Toirl
torlal Hoard of ImmlRrntlon, was heard
from by cable Saturday, ho havhiR re
turned to I.andon nf,ter a trip throiiKh
the sections of rortiiRal from which a
pooil number of eopla have Indicated
their desire to'como to Hawaii.
Mr. Campbell cables that ho has n
stcdmcr available for charter for tho
transportation, of the first iieople otTcr
InK to come. TIiIh uhlp will tako them
around tho Horn.
Hiiierliiteiident Iters responded In
Mr. Campbell'; .QUcriv.royuestlnK.lhHt
ho uso'hls own discretion rcKnrdlne tho
Word has been received that tho
nhlpplnR pcoplo with whom Campbell
was dealliiK rcRardlnR rcRiilnr Imml'
Wilu flotlllntr rrvfTntllntv rnnnlns mm t
grant passenger sorvlco across tho
imantiii mnio ivnr nri .i.i in .i
him HRttres at nresont. conseouentlv
tho first rhlpmcnt of lmmlBrant.wlli;tnrongnont tne. i"tfle world,
probably bo by tho long routo nround
Tho Insignificant plllkln which, I
lllio the knnt that burzeth, causes
much hard words, Is ovldent In tho
ontco of tho Superintendent ot Vub-
lie Instruction. Mr. Iiabhitt Is nt
prejent facing tho toll of a year's
education of sundry biiuiII replicas
of Hawaiian citizens',, but ho Is In
llinitely more troubled over success
fully luunching tho term.
One of tho teachers is coming over
in tho Irmgnrd. duo this WKok, but
lf tho Irmgurd Is lato it will only
mean a leather short, and thon what
will tho poor kiddles do? Another
teacher Is Btrandcd In the wilds of
San Francisco and unablo to got
bookings across until school has ul-'
uooi.ings across until scnoul has al-,, V . A T , , V ,
ready Btnrted. That mean! another,"81 Court of Appeals has reduc
to bo transferred. ed tne amount of the award to the
A teacher who was duo to return I Commercial Cable Company on the
from tho Orient on tho Asia fulled "i!"?6 of he nMii Manchuria,
to ninteriaiizn thu niornin,. , whicn wc"t ashore off Waimanalo
thero jouiro iiB-Un-nj. Mr. Ilabbltt
Two robbers, surprised whllo loot
ing tho Stnto Hank at Kelfcr, Okla..
shot 'nml killed Town Marshal In
ford nnd fatally wounded Cashier
"WHAT 13 INSURANCE? 'TIS A
DAND THAT OIMBPS THE FU
TURH IY THE HAND AND WBDS
ITTO THE rnRSBNT."
Hawaiian Trust Company
Bulletin Advertising is Good
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. The
contract 'between the Federal Gov
rnmf!nt anil th Kan PrantdutA
Bridge Company for the construe-
tion of the Pearl Harbor Dry Dock
was signed todav. The covenunent
will pay $1,760,000 for the work.
The uryeyi have been completed,
ana " y ior iw
ment to Honolulu from the Pacifio
PABIS, Bepi 7. While giving
an exhibition before ivell thous
and people .here (today, Leevre. 'the
celebrated aeronaut, wu precipitat
ed to the earth as the result of an
aAiJomi 4k 1 t m soa Aail h & AoaJ 2b
ViyUi;Ulf W JUS C1VM1UC. IU1U 1U
To-'i1' UA- . ?' Sf.?148 i0?
m tne most notable nights, and his
d.eaUl . " ..tnl?d .F1 JPt
ST. JOHNS. N. F Sept. 7. Ad
vices received here today state that
Lieut. Peary aboard of his good ship
Bootevelt, has sailed from Indian
Harbor to South London. Great
excitement awaits his arrival.
WHO OWNS IT I
ST. JOHNS, N. F., Sept. 7. It
is said that the Premier of Canada
will.be questioned in reeard to Can
eda's rights to the Polar possessions,
recently discovered by Cook and
SAW IT FIRST.
ST. JOHNS. N. F.. Sent. 7. The
Eeuter Agency of London states au-
thontatively that Pearv claims to
have made .the first discovery of the
' 'r SALVAGE REDUCED;
WASHINGTON. Sept. 7. The
iS years aR0' from ?fl2636 to 32.'
ARDEN. N. J.. Sent. 7. Bulletins
,frora the home of E. H. Harriman
today state that the railroad king
is .better. He is not considered in
serious danger by his physicians.
Alameda, Sept. 8
Our next fruit boat
Don't Miss It
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS, .
THERE IS NO CANDY. QUITE 80
GOOD AS THAT AT THE
Hotel and Union Sts.
PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY
Are two essential points to the
successful Messenger Service. We
insist upon and guarantee both.
' TERRITORIAL MESSENGER
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
Abominable Food Cause;
Of Open Rebellion
FusmvES now m
HILLS AND PURSUED
Balance of the Crew in Jail and in
Hospital Men. Who Went
Ont to Her -in Mokolii in Seri
As ii final chapter to her escapade
on the high was the German ship,
Nordsee, Captalg'Teltsmeler, has a
crew In open relation. The troublo
has been slowly stewing ever since
the vessel left l.elth, and yesterday
came to a head. Previous to this,
six sailors have 'been arrested for
deserting the ship on the unfortu-,
nale day when she went outside the
reef to anchor, and two of them
were returned, the rest still being
This .wu tho opening of what will
probably result In a rral battle be
tween captain 'and crew. Bho has
now on board besides tho mates, but
ono boy nnd tho watchman, and of
the rest, besides the four In the Ter
ritorial prison, four or Ave are in
the Queen's Hospital, and the bal
ance fire fugitives In the hills,
sought for by tho men ot tho Coun
ty Sheriff's offlce.
With 'all the allowances usually
mado for 'the tales of disgruntled
seamen who cook up wloYd tales for
an excuse for deserting their ship,
the story of tho crew of tho Nord
see has been corroborated so sub
stantially by others that there seems
10 be no doubt as to tho authenticity
of thn charges brought against Cap
tain Pcllsmolcr. ,
Of tho five men who are now In
the hospital from the result of mls
usage and bad and scanty food, ono
was ono of those who went out on
tho Mokolii, and who, after a day of
the treatment which tho crew stood
all tho way frbm Ielth, became so
seriously sick that the llrltlih Con
sul had him taken to the Queen's
He stated that after the Nordsee
bad been picked up by the Mokolii
about eighteen miles off shore nt
noon of the day when she went
adrift, the men were Immediately
put on board and sot to work to set
proper sail and attempt to raise the
At 3 o'clock, after hours of hard
work and no food since breakfast,
tho men went to the captain and de
manded Homothlng to eat beforo
they resumed work.
"You go hack to work," Captain
Pcltsmcler is reported to have said.
"Nevor mind eating. You're no In
the harbor now; ou'ro on the high
Finally they were glvon boiled
salt beef, which, It Is stated, was
filthy and almost mouldy. It had
been boiled but once, whereas It
should have been boiled at least
(Continufd on Page 6)
Tho council of Watervlllc, Kas,
has passed an ordinance making It a
misdemeanor to swear. "Ily chow
dor" was exempted us not being
Ebony. Rosewood and Fox.
Hollister Drug Co.
PEARY-WHO NAILED OLD GL0RY
lu NUK iH rULh, nNU HIS bHlf
SSSlSlfe' " ' ' "' " 'I
According to recent cables, Commander Hubert I! I'e.iry, the dar
ing Arctic explored has at last nulled Old tilnrj to tho North Polo. lie.
Is suposed"to ffnve actually readied tho Polo on April i, 1'iO'J. Cook
Is supposed fo hao accomiillshcd tho sitmo feat on April 21, 1 tins,
lloth. announcements, romliiR so clove together, lmc nsloiilshed the
world. Scientists, lioweer, bcllcw It will result more Katlsfnrtorlly In
the waV hf actually establishing tho facts hi tbe illseoery. Peary
rnndo his last dash for tho Polo on August in, mid utltll the lato ndvlces
hl expedition has not been heard from, lit- went better e'lulpped on
(this, his third attempt to reach the
dicted from, the first. Ho will now
with Dr. Cobk.
Substitute Measure Is
A substitute ordinance regulating tho
excavating In public streets was Intro
ducod by SuperifOr Ablj of tho (loads
Commlttco at tho Hoard meeting held
this morplng. Tho Itoads Committee
lecommeudod that tho substitute mill
n nnco be adopted, It being more Bpe
clfle as to details and containing sev
eral now features not Included In fbt,'
first Ahla ordinance that was refened
to the consideration of tho Hoard,
(Continued on Page 2)
SHOES FOR THE AVERAGE BOY OR
Oxfords and sandals have just arrived, and we have nil
sizes in black and tan leathers. Open Saturday evenings.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Phone 282.
Strangers in Honolulu, who are
without homes, will find the right
place quickly by using Bulletin
Want Ads. Oldtimers with housse
to rent, can best do it by using Bui
1 c t i n Want Ads.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Pole, mid his sucicsi was pre
shorn tho glory of the discovery
TO VISIT HAWAII
Mauna Kea Packed With
Carrying as her pissengera mem-
burs of tho Congressional party and
prominent kiimaalnas, thn llagshlp
Mauna Ken of tho Inter-Island Meet
hailed to lay for llllo. Thero weru
iibout the hundred p.isheugcrH on lier,
tin hiding Unite of the cabin mid steei
iigo. Piohldtnl Kenueily of tho lhui
uciit nlo;ig ulth them.
Among thuso who sailed were flov
crnor l'rcar, Major I'oru, Heiutor 1)11
1 ( Convinced on Page 2)
Must be very strong
Must be durable
Must not pinch toes.
J-st three good reasons
why our rhoii should be at
k tractive to patents.
A new shipment'of the
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