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China . . . ; Sept. 10
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VOL. XI.' NO. 4410.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE S CENTS.
HARRIMAN. THE RAILROAD KING. IS DEAD
FLEET HERE TOMORROW 3:30 P. M.
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S'BREE SAYS WILL Mn in Dnrfu
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Sends Wireless To Rces
Giving Time Of
SCHOOL TEACHERS TO SEE
FLEET FROM HEIGHTS
E H. HARRIMAN PASSES AWAY
AT HIS ' ARDEN, N.Y., HOME
Public ' and Pupils Will Inspect
Cruisers When Docked at the
Wharves Plantation Labor
eis to Be Spectators.
"Airlvo tniimiruw, 3 f. in."
Tlio iilmve wlrelnw iiicmage nr
woids to that effect wim received
today by Captain Itec-i, inmmand-
ii tit of llio nuwil Htnltati, fmni Ail-
mil ul Belt oo, ('(imi.in'.lor-lii-Clili't '
nf I lie I'acllli- I'.cjI. Thin ,U Intel-
i sling, ns tin' people piAioinlly want
In liu c till tiloiiK Did willerfiunt tn
hce the worships enter the harbor.
H was expected ycsieiduy Unit tlio
lleet would not nirlve until early
B.ittiidny morning, but Judging
from tlio wl(elcss leport, It U up
1'iiipnt that Ailmlial Bebrce lias de
cliled tn bring his ships alongside
the docks tonioriowMicfcire minrot.
Tomorrow (Friday) being a so
called holiday, school teachers nnd
school ma'ams nro getting up out
ing parties, with a view of going up
the Diamond Head. 1'unchbowl, Alu
wa HelghtB unit other elevated plnc
en to watch tlio f.eet upeed olong
the Oihu Coast. Uirgo school
ihlltlren, bojs mid Rlrlst who lire
somewhat frlondl) with their teach
ers, are being notified tn get them
selves in readiness so that they can
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Portuguese Prosperity To
Be Shown In
Those who are Interested In stlm
uhitliiK "in class of Immigration to
the Territory tha't will ultimately
pinvldo citizens for Hawaii nio plan
ning to provide the membois of the
United States Immlginttou Comniis-
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By H. W. Kinney.
(Special II n 1 1 o 1 1 n Wireless)
HILO, 8ept. 9. The main Congres
sional party arrived at Hllo at 6
o'clock last evening. They were met,
by a special committee headed by the
band, and were garlandtcl by let girls.'
Members of the delegation were enter-1
talned at the private hornet oi our en
liens last night.
This morning at 9 o'clock, on a
special train provided the party starr
ed on the trip to the Volcano. The(
weather Is Ideal, and' has been fins
i throughout. The lawmakers are in
tensely Interested In everything, and
I are Kavlnn a fine time.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9. John
sen's fitrht with Al Kauffman was
in favor of the netrro right throueh
the ten rounds fought. The agree
ment was that no decision should
be given if both men were on their
feet at the end of ten rounds,
Unltcd Stntcs officials are seeking
a paper that will be practically In
destructible, for nluublo govern
ment documents. ,
CARS ARE READY
New Rail Connection
Will Soon Be A
With the loturn from the main
land of Manager Hallcutyno of the
Knjild Transit Company, work on
tlio extension to Pearl Harbor will
be pressed vigorously, nnd no time
has been lost in beginning active
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A Week a
Boys' ' Mm
School boys are receiving OjrP . flfcJ
special attention tliis week. (3 lill fl lSr
Our boys' suits are receiv- VrnWfflT
ing the most attention from 1 1 ixv fn W
mothers because they are vll'V V
strong, stylish, serviceable ill ! j
and cheap. 111 Vfnf
Kash Co., Ltd. rj?DAAm
n , t ,tt., ROYAZ. BRAND
Cor. Fort and Hotel.
1 ARDEN. N. Y Sept. 9. Mem
ben of the familv were around the
bedside when E. H. Harriman pass
ed awav. Dr. lyle. the family phy
sician savs that Mr, Hamman's
death resulted from a sinking spell
which besan shortly after 1 o'clock
Riot Case Awaits Still :
Another Panel Of '
DEFENSE USES NINE
OF TWENTY CHALLENGES
Harry Annltnge, In speaking of
the effect of Ilairlman'a death on
the "Now York stock murket, this
morning suld that It would lmvo
an Instant and widespread Influence
on all rnllroad bccuiltlcs. He ven
tured the' prediction that a material
decline in tnaiket quotations could
bo expected nnd would bo followed
by un effort upon the part of somo
of the well-known llnaiitlors to get
In on the fnlliug mniket nnd then
profit by the natural reaction that
will follow. '
ON THE JUMP
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bullrt'n Editorial Room Phone 185.
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SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. fl. Su'
nr 06 degree centrifugals, 4.20.
Beets 88 analysis, lis U3-M.
ferity. 4.50. Previous quotation'
lis 11 l-4d.
C. II. Dickey this morning filed tlio
linentorj of the estntu of Koburt Ned
mhi, ileceased, Us total value Is placed
at $8553.0:1, cimslstliig 111 .largo pait
df corporation storks. Thero lire In
the estnto B hliarcs of Pnsailenn In
vestment Association, 10 in Walalua
Agilciiltural Co., CO In Onlui Sugar Co.
and CU In (lawalian p'lneapplo Co.
ARDEN. N. Y.. Sept. 9. E. H.
Hamman died yesterday afternoon
at 3:35 o clocks
Every effort has been made since
the return of the railroad magnate
from Europe to suppress his real
condition. Kven ns late as yester
day bulletins wero Issued by the at
tending physicians that he wus Im
mni'ail. It Is known, however.
that ho hits' been practically kept
alle iluilng the past forty-eight
hours by all, the means known to
science. The strictest guard was
uluced about his palatini homo at
Arden. nnd even now butt meager de-
.Ullj of hlB death, are obtainable.
Mr. larrlman Journeyed to Cali
fornia s'tevwal months ago, com
plaining that ho was'jun down" us
tho result of overwork. He tried
Pasadena, the hot- springs at Ban
Louis Obispo, uud upon his leaving
for the east soldi ho was much bet
ter. His nearest friends knowbet
ter, however, and shortly nflor his
arrival In New York he. partially
collapsed and was persuaded to sail
for Europe, where, In Germany, ,he
sought the "rest cure." Upon his
return to tho United States It was
noticed Hint ho looked thin and
WASHINGTON. Sept. 0. At the
government observatorv toda" was
recorded on the seismatio instru
ments an earthouake stfosed to bj
in the Aleutian Islands. ,
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. General Ed
ward M. Cook died here todav. He
was prominent in army circles for
manv rears. His death resulted
from Orient's disease.
William Trovers ?.smnie bus an
nounced that he would be a candi
date fur re-election as district, at
torney of New York. 2 He will run
Twenty-Si:: More Talesmen Drawnt
Will Probably Serve to Complete i '
Jury Tomorrow and Second
Trial Will Commence. -
The resurrerted rlct trial wnt
again forced to be continued h,y t Ii
cxhnurtlon of the special enln-
idiann jeslcrdny. nnd twenty-sK
morn nidi luiti been drn.vn to wro
us tiilesiticn (loth prosecution nnd -defense
worked In hai loony today
nnd rapid work was made of the ex
amination. I lie I'lillre'.v'Jiiry being
pawvd for i-nusc at dtSO; and the do-,
fenn" hating lined nine. of ,ls twen
ty peremptory rhallengcs when
iiurt adlouriied. . ,
lohu (lulld, S. M. ICamakau, Ka
.loinoVu, L. K Nott, J. II. Cumuiliigs'
mid II. O. Holster were panned fur
cntiHii siibjivl lu rlinlli'iiRSJln rnpljll
succeksftn". nuiklutf ""the tuntutltV
Tim piosoeullon wnhed Its .threir j)
cliulleiiges for the time being, ami
Llghtfont starlet! to weed tint thorn
he thought undeslrnblu as Jurors to
try his clients.
Jntaro Mikawn excused KiilomoKu
end Jumes Holt was clrawn In his
plnre. lie also turned out to bo x
man with a fixed opinion and, bolna
challenged by the de'feuse, and tli
prosecution offering no objection,
was excused, 8' J Alleiicnstre, pro-
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Land and Homes
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
THERE IS NO CANDY QUITE SO
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.
ti tt and the date w III bo announced In ii
U "Otvo us lands where we can tt daj'or two.
tt build homos to live in." tt J. M, Poepoe, editor of the Aloht
tt ThlB Is tho cry which Is being tt Alnn. nnd others who nru enidneorlnir
Hn wob whisked away jj heard daily. Tho iicopk-, resl- tt tho scheme nro busy drafting tho net-
to Arden, whcie tho newspaper men t douts and citizens of tho Territory tt cgsary resolution nnd lietltlou to b
followed him. nnd established a tt of Hawaii, and of the United tt presented to tint Congressmen itftor
camp around his home., Practically ,tt States, aro constantly looking for tt they nro presented to and adopted at
all of theso writers feU Harrlman's tt nn opportunity when they enn oIh tt the meeting. '4
condition was serious, but could only tt tain government hanieoleail lands, til According to Poeisie. nnd ntlutr wlm
follow tho bulletins Issued hourly tt where they can build homes nnd XX rskml that their names bo not uso'jt
uy tne snnio corps 01 pnjsicinns wiiu B tm tn0 k,m n fnr pr)wlto rt.aB(m. they suld thUV.
wore struggling to prolong uio 1110 n u m,i,ng thnt-lt is their Intention in-
of the great financier. Tho Hawaiian iieotilp. Irrespectlvo usk thu CoiiRressmcu to uso their In
When tho news of his death of tner I)0Iltlcnl faith", nro planning to flueneo to hao coitnlu clauses lu thcj.'
reached Wall street the henrt of the cal a mai!B ,cetng before the lslt- Orgimle Act amended so Hint our land
irrrnt flnnnrflll flltttrlct stood still. l r.An..H.nn ........ rn .,. a. ...... 1.... u .. ..i.i ,.... t ..-'. . . ..
for one of
uejond. While nil of the Harriman
stocKs nie of the greatest stability,
without tlio "man In tho pit" to
guarantee dividends, the effect was
perreptlblo on many of tlio securl;
ties.controljed by the Harriman In
terests, Trading ceased temporari
ly, and resolutions of respect wore
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lul district stooa still, ng Congressmen leavo for the States, laws would bo moro bcuellclnl to the.
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Ebony. Rosewood and Fox.
Hollister Drug Co.
SHOES FOR THE AVERAGE BOY OR
Mutt be very strong
Must be durable
Must not pinch toes.
J st three good reasons
why our shoes should be at-'
tractive to parents.
A new shipment of the .
Oxfords and sandals have just arrived, and we have all
sizes in black and tan leathers. Open Saturday evenings.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd
1051 Fort St. Phone 282.
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