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VOL. XI. NO. 4413 .
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRIT ORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, SEP TEMBER 13, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
GERMANS TO TRY POLE IN AIRSHIP
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Maui Trip Completed;
Party Homeward Bound
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WAII.UKtr. Sept. 13. CoiigYcsslon
nl putty nrilvcd at Ivnhului Sunday
loiiMiixMi, ami were accommodated nt
tlui lintel nndv piluito homos. Auto
lides worp taken during tlio tiny. Tell
lamlcil nt lt.ui:i rally In the morning,
liail breakfast w Itti Maiitigor Clialincr3,
llien tooS nn overland trip through Na
Illicit nml nrouinl 'llio cllU.h trait. Tlio
hconeiy wns tlio mit beautiful Imag
inable. Mr. l'usiio was In chaiRo nt
, MS INJUNCTION
'.' AGAINST SALE
Executrix Of Winam
. A bill for nil Injunction hna been
brought In tbu Circuit Court by Chlng
Tain Sbeo, executrix uiiiler tlio will of
C. Wlnain, against tbo Orlentnl Ufo
Insurance Compiiny, Ltd., nml Deputy
Sheriff Charles II. Roeo ami pending u.
hearing u tempornry Injunction baB
been wanted I- Clictilt JudRa Whit
ney. Tbe petition states that in Novem
ber 11)01, prior to tho death of C. Wl
mini, the Oilcntnl Ufe Insurance Com
pany lecovcred a Judgment In tho CP
cult Comt ngulnBt C. Winam in tho
nun of Jl! 180.25. 'It Is stated that no
execution pursuant to tho Judgment
was secured during the llfotltno of Wi
nam and that after tho death of Wl
mini tho company securo n writ of
scire fnrlas In tbo Clieull Court where
by tho company vas (Ivon JudKnient
Tor uxcculloti uR4lnat tho Wlnnm os
talo, together with Interout nnd coats
of com t. Deputy Sheriff Unse Is named
ns a respondent because ho lovled on
tint re-il property to sitlsry tho Judg
ment which the lietlt'.on states was
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DANCE AT YOUNO
Tho management of tno Aloxan.ler
Yi g Hotel has pbiuned another of
iiu.tr i.iiliivnlilo dances for tonight. Tho
dai co Is given In honor of tho officers
of tho Tactile lleot ami nil Army, Navy
and Society peoplo generally nro cor
illally InUlcd to attend.
Take pride in being neatly
dressed. And it's something
that every mother should en
courage, for the cultivation of
this habit will be greatly to
the hoy's advantage later in
See our new line of bo-s'
school clothes before buyini'.
The suits arc swell.
Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor Fort & Hotel Sts.
.tlio party, A slxty-mllo trip" through
jli) Walluhu with twoiitytHo on horse
.back was mnilo In recunl time.
Today tlio Congressmen liisjiect Ka
linlitl hmbor, whoro tlio government Ik
Mirvoj Ins, A trip will lie luaile to Ian
alley, whero tlio paity will lmicli nl
noon. A reception will bo belli In tbu
afternoon nt the town hall at Wnlluliu,
ami the ConpteeHiiipn will go overland
to l.nhmnn, lcnlng tbcro for Honolulu
Bench Warrant -Issued
For Arrest Of
The ?300 bond filed. In behalf pf Mo
rita. one of tbo ten defendants in tho
Hot trial, was declared forfeited this
morning by Circuit Judge Do llolt
when It wut diKitfii Jhul ho wan
not present In court, having failed to
appear at 8:30,- tho hour set for tho
beginning of tho second trial of tho
men charged with riot nt Wiilpuhu on
June 8 last. 4
Goo Wnn Hoy nnd Lain On were tho
t.uretles on Morlta's bonds and unless
tho Japanese cun show that -ho whs
ituabo to come to court 'by icason of
rerlous Illness, tbo two sureties will bo
out $250 apiece.
When court convened at 8:30 tho
prosecution was represented by City
nnd County Attorney Cnthcart aud'Mr.
Pi osier. It took but n minute to dis
cover that ono of tho defendants wus
missing. Tho other Japaneso pro-
tossed to know midline; of his where'
uhouts nml JudKo Do Uolt immediately
Irsued n bench warrant for Mojltn's
arrest and after tho formality of call
Ing his sureties declared his bond of
A detcimlnroffoit was made to
locate Monltn. this afternoon, but
without avail. Attorney l.lRhtfoot
of tlio defense and nlno other Japan
ese defendant) searched Wn'lnpahu,
nnd ulthoush a despernto search was
made by tho police, no tinco of the
man could be found. It Is stilted
that ho gatheied bis clothing togeth
er and It is believed that ho Is hid
ing In the mountains.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
rtnlletpi Editorial Room Phone 185.
Willi the usual nnvnl honors nc
corded to foreign diplomats, tbe
Consuls representing , Kugland, Ja
pan, Prance, Portugal mid China
wero lecctvedon boaid tbo Flagship
Shortly beforo 11 o'clock the car
riages bearing tho visitors came
down tho Alnkon street dock, and
when they i cached tbo gangway tho
side was manned by six side boys
nnd the full marine guard and band
weic lined up utnltehtlon on the
Captain Ilcnson, chief of staff, re
ceived tire visitors at the gangway,
who wero escorted to Admiral 8e
btea's cabin, wbcro he received
After n few minutes. In which
pleasant topics were discussed, the
Admiral had to excuse himself, us
bis ufllclnl call on the Governor had
been arranged for 11 o'clock.
Ily special request of the -visiting
Consuls no salute was fired us the
party left tho ship.
Consul Uycno of -Japan and tho
Chlncpo Consul wero tho only ones
In full dress uniform, while the oth
ers were attired In the conventional
frock coats and high huts.
Admiinl Sebrre and Ills staff will
return tho calls some llme this
SEBREbS MEN .
CREDIT TO NAVY
Fleet' Patrolling Squad
In Police Station,
Although tho police station Is crowd
eel with the oirtcers and men ot Ad'
mlral's Scbrca's cuilsers, none of them
are there charged with violating any
of tho laws of the Territorial or City
governments. They nro theio to keep
peaco and prcsono order. Their du
ties aio to see that none of the men
from. tbo ships disturb anyone or bo
como disorderly while enjoying shore
liberty. According to thooftlcers In
charge of tho fleet patrolling squad
r.o arrests havo been mndo since Sat
urday. Tho men nro peaceful and ord
erly nnd n credit to the navy.
In tlio Police Court this morning a
large number of Chinese and Japanese
wero charged with being present at n
place wherq gambling games wore cur
ried on. The ChtneBO defendants, nn
pleading RUllty, wero each fined $5 and
costs of court, whllo tho Japanese de
ft ndants were fined 0 nnd cost each,
Chea Mull, charged with selling op
ium and poisonous drugs, pleaded guil
ty nnd his sentenco was susicndcd for
thirteen mouths. Ah Tang, n Chinese
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THE PEACE OK MIND
UI'K INSURANCE GIVES,
TOWAIID A MAN'S SUC
CESS IN HIS DAILY LIKE.
A parly of officers from the Ten
nessee will make an automobile tour
of the Island next Wednesday. The
usual iouiq ot "tlicumiinvigatlnR"
tlio dot nn tho map will be pursued
and the olTlcenf aic prepared to make
the most of tho day's outing.
The Whole Thine
It Is Interesting to note that wish
the except lou of the North Carolina
nnd the fountain recently commis
sioned, and the rebuilt New York
nnd the Hrooklyn, of less modern de
sign, the eight cruisers now In port
represent tho entire armored cruiser
strength ot Uncle Sam's navy.
The nuvy refrigerator ship Glacier
now at Mare Island, did not lenve'
with the Pacific fleet as Intended,
owing to the fact that rortnln neces
saiy repairs hne taken longer to
complete than was expected. Pay
Dliector Leeds C Kerr, who Is In
charge1 of the navy pay office In San
Kinntlsco, tls making arrangements
with the chief wharflnKcr for ti
berth at one of tho San Krnnclsro
city wharves, where the a lacier will
lie until Sept. 21, loading the stores
from which Admiral flebrce's ships
will restA'P' 'ficlr larders on tho
other, side of tho Pacific.
Received By Governor
Tlio Territory of Hawaii extended
its formal welcome to tho ofllccis of
tho Paclflc Meet this mornlnf when
Governor Krcar received Uear Admir
als Scbree nml Harry and their staffs
at tho Capitol.
The two adnilralB, captains nml lieu
tenants wero serenaded by tho Hawaii-
pirn band us they entered the cnpltol
grounds and aim when they left for
their ships after the conclusion of the
leceptlon and the words of welcome
that wero spoken by Governor Krenr
end tho members of his staff.
Governor Krcar was' assisted In re
ceiving by Colonels Cooper, Aid Short,
and Captain Oeorgo Smithies, tho, offi
cers entering the Governor's room In
order of rank and being welcomed
by the Territory's Chief Executive.
Governor Krcar remarked to near
Admiral SelJrce that tho Paclflc fleet
had won a lasting place In the esteem
of tho peoplo of tho Territory and that
the visits of the ships to this porUwcro
always looked forward to with Inter
The officers leaving their cards Wore
Itonr Admiral Bebrco and Roar Admir
al Harry, Captains Benson Moore,
Mayo, Smith, Glllmoro, Rogers, Com
mander Orchard and Lieutenant
Have a better flavor than those from
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time.
I .oca I lunula !ocrs will be ghen
A" treut some day In the near future
when the cruek minstrel troupe ot
the U. S. S. West Vlrglnln will give
n performance nt tlio Opera House.
The troupe of tho West Virginia
Is considered to be the best In the
navy, and a very Interesting pro
gram Is being arranged.
Among the tioupo nro a number
of ury good singers and dancers,
and they have always been nblo to
bring down the house with their
It Is almost ceitaln that tho min
strel ttoupes from nil the other ships
will Join with the West Virginia's
Bomo time after the fleet returns
from their speed trials and give a
Joint show at. the Opera House. Tlio
West Virginia alto has a very fine
orchestra, which will be heard nt
one of the dunces which wlll'he giv
en while the Heel Is'ln port.
With the exception of the regular
Sunday morning quarters, little work
was done yesterday on the ships of
the, 'fleet now In port. Promptly at
10 o'clock tbe bugle sounding all
hands to quarters was heard on alt
the ships ot tho fleet, and the routine
which Is ftirrled out oh all ships
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Program Of Baseball,
Boxing, Rowing and
Things are looking- up as regaids
sporting events for the tleet; a goou
program Is being ai ranged, and al
though all ot the events have not
yet been decided on, a fairly good
idea of the general scheme of tho
sports can be had.
Husebull there will be In abund
mice, and, as for boxing, the men
who lite the mitts will be amply pro
vided for. There will be light
weight and heavyweight scraps, and
It Is also on the boards that some
wrestling matches, will be nulled off.
ine following events nave, so tar,
been decided on: Tomorrow at the
Athletic Park there will be two
games of ball; the West Virginia
nine will play the Washington team
for tho fleet championship, and a
very fast gamo It should be.
A second gome will be played be
tween the Kallhls and a nine from
the Tennessee, and as tho latter nine
Is said to be very strong, a tougu
struggle should eventuate.
Six hundred ot tho Washington
crew -nnd eight hundred of tho West
Virginia boys will have shore liber-
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Don't Forget that
we jseonre, .pack
and ship- fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Xing St. I Phone 15.
Ebony. Rosewood and Fox,
Hollister Drug Co.
jA ThOUSand FaHBil
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HI I.O, Sept. 14. - Itcpiescntntlvo
J. M. Miller of the Inter State l'or
elgn Commerce Committee, has very
decided Ideas on the (nndltlons ot
the Territory. I
"The Hawaiian Islands are facing
a very grave condition of affairs,"
he said. "You have Imported u largo
.number of Japanese, nnd In compara
tively few yeais fioni now their off
spi lug, Hawaiian born Japanese, will
KIEL. Germany. Sent. 13. Kai
ser Welhelm has consented to cive
I his official authority for the German
Arctic airship expedition which
Count Zeppelin is arranging. The
German acronaueht't ereatest ambi-
tion is to sail to the North Pol, in
this irmt djnnble balloon, and ho
thai been joaJed to a great extent
by the Ka!:r.
SAlT FRANCISCO, Sent. 13. The
rw 1 s of today's baseball games are
National League Boston .3, New
York 1; Boston 4, New York, 4.1
when came was called on account!
of darkness in the thirteenth in-
nine: Philadelphia 7: Brooklvn 0:
Cincinnati 3, Chicago 1 ; St. Louis 1,
American Leatrue Boston 4.
Washington 2: Chicaeo 2. Cleveland
0; New York 2. Philadelphia 10:
Detroit 10, St. Louis 2.
SAN TRANCISCO. Cal.. Sent 13.
As the result of a boiler explo
sion todav at the Lurline Baths sev
eral people were badly injured.
CHURCH IS DESTROYED.
NEW ORLEANS, Sent. 13. Dur
ing a storm here today lichtnlnc
struck the St. John's Catholic
Church and burned the edifice to
the ground. No one was injured.
Tho nbsenco of Morita mado n con
tinuance unavoidable and tho trial
went over to 8:30 tomorrow morning
In tho menntlmo no effort will be
spared to apprehend tlio missing man.
be voters, nnd will be nlile lo con
tiol tin- li-glslaluies of the Tenl
tory. Of course, this will be nn In
tolerable condition, but It must bo
fnied. It Is the lesult of the fact
that the dill lulled lands hero nro
massed in meat estates, nod I lie only
way lo face the problem Is to cut up
these ImniciiLo estates Into smaller
holdings, mid plao on iheio Ameri
can faiiueis who vlll ruIIUnte tho
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VMElIIKuTOW. 'J. C. Scat. 13.
The covcrnment has awarded tho
contracts for the buildinc of two
modern dreadnaufhts. one to Cramrs
and the other to the Hew Yord
hinbuildln Coinoanv. The battle
thos will be two of the r.uwt power
ful 'fiehtine machines ?ct turned out
for Uncle Caia navy.
NEW YORK. Sent. 13. Lovett
lias been elected chairmen of the
executive committee of the Hnrri
man lines. William Rockefeller and
Jacob Schieff have been named di
rectors to succeed E. K. Harridan,
t XM B
BATTLE HARBOR. Sept. 13.
Lieut. Peary, now makinir a tri
umphal tour down the coast, stated
here todav that his onlv companion
last March was an Eskimo. Tho
Pole is in the center pf n frozen sea.
BODY IS' EXHUMED.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 13. The
body of Lieut. Sutton, whose mur
der is still a mystery, was disinterred
today, and an nutoosy revealed a
bruise on the foiehead and check.
185 editorial rooms 25fl bust,
nest office. These are the telephone
niimhrr. of th. Bulletin office.
TiRskin Puttie " v
We can sell them at this price be
cause, we bought them right.
Open Saturday evenings.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co. Ltd.
1051 Fort St. Phone 282.
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