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From San Francisco:
CIiI.ki .Mnrtl Sept.
For San Francisco
Mongolia .. Sept.
For Vancouver! "
VOL. XI. NO. 4410.
NO SUNDAY INSPECTION
ARE HANDED OUT
Hawaiian Agricultural and
To and 4
lliii.luosq on llio Slock Exchange
wns rather dull tlil iniirnliiK dVsiilio
tliu nnnouiiccmeu! r.r ttv l.ugo In
cieases In I Ik) dividends of Inn lend
lliiwnllnn Agricultural announced
tli.it beginning September .10 the leg
nl ur monthly dividend will bo In
doused rmm 1 peiront ' - per cent.
TIiIh means a icguhii' monthly pay
ment of $2I,hV) In illvlilvil'
Onomcu, nuntlior llrewoi-fi: Co. plan
tiitloii,1 ,'.na hnd good m.iv.4 Tor Us
stockholders. Hrgtnnlng Willi October
r tliu regular monthly dividend will
ln Inrrcan'il rt nni 214 i'-i con' tn 1
per rent. This liieaiiH u niiiiMlily illx
iilciul pnvment of t IO.oOO
Iliinnllnii AKrlciillnrnrH iiiIv.ii.li)
jIiiiwh tlio effect of two IiicIilm of lu.;u
In tlm Kuii (U.flrlct. With Hint n.iicli
mil) ll'e ilenil 1 erop In HHAiireil
Oiiiiiiiuu must ninny linn Hoinolliliis:
Knoil for it h HtucklmlilciH in tliu pint
Tliero la very llltlo tnuIInK Ur.A-over
.i:i tlio Kxclianse, Tinir Hennery IminlH
mljl hetwrcn boaiilH fur 101. A le-v
flihreg of Una t-olil on (lie lioai'l it
thirty iiml n fmctlon. Hawaiian Com
tueiclnl In tint over stroni; nt tlility
imi.1 n fraction, unit Onlm tolil In 'i
email Int. Tlio lnnney Is bteadily com-
In clear and ronvlnrlng lanRttago
i:. A. Jlolt-Smlth, picslileilt of tlio
llo.ud of Health, gavu tlio tnembers
of tlio Congiesslonal party nn en
lightening Idea of the conditions nt
Moloknl In Ills nddrefs delivered
Tuesday ovcnlng nt the Young Ho
tel heforo the moylng pictures of the
life nt the Settlement wcro shown.
The Congiessmen listened with In-1
teuso iutciest to the icmnilts of tlio
chief executive of the health depart
ment who spoko ns follows:
Tin: iimciiiTKU emu oi-'tiii; i.ni-
I'lenBiiro Is hardly to ha loconclled
Willi Hie consideration, and certainly
'mi! with the preseuco of Individual or
community Ills, he such leprosy. Its
brighter sldo. typhoid, or other of tlio
more malignant diseases. It Is not !
Take pride in being neatly
dressed, And it's soraethinp;
that every mother should en
cotiraRcf or the cultivation of
this habit will be creatly to
the boy's advantage later in
Sec our new line of bo-s'
school clothes before buyine.
The suits ore swell.
Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor Fort & Hotel Sts.
PROGRAM FOR '
8 p. m. Prince nnil I'rlncpni
Kalnnlnmuilo it reception In tlio
ConRreenhiual party nt Wat tiki.
A upeclal enr will leavo nn tlte
KIiir street rIiIo of Hie Yoiuii;
llolcl nt 7:30, to con toy the ilul
epnjlon to Wnrkikl.
All iicrFcns atteiiillim- t!c re
ct'ptlon Riven hy Prince Knhitil
nnnolo nt Walklkl tlilri evening
niu requeateil In enter tlio prem
ises on Kahiknua nvenuc nnil
stop nt tlio main ilrlcway. Upon
the Kiicsts IcnvliiK their' car
liases or automobiles, until olil
clps shall turn to tliu left, and
mikn their 'exit alouK nahl main
driveway to Kaliilatil Iload.
S-.iti n. m. CarrlaRea leavo
Youni; Hotel for drlvu to Tniitn
Rail for San rranelfco on Mini
:: ::t n n :: :: :: :: n n rt ts
I'niiors trnnsferrlnK about six ncrea
of lnnd at Kiipehnit Kallhl from Mor-
ijls ItosenblO'lt to JikIko Do Ilolt wcro
'died today In the Uuren,u of Convey
ance. Tlio consideration was $931.
I tt ::: a a k tt n a a
Ins In nnd tlio prlco of uiiqar Is rlKht
lint the street appears to he surfeited
for tlu time beliiB nt lenst.
Intended, therefore, that this paper
r.hnll eltlrer mako or mar your pleas
tite but that It may arousu your Inter
est In this problem and nttejupt to
awaken jour belief In Its brighter sldo.
In attempting to show the brighter
side of tlio leprosy problem I do not
wish It to be understood Hint this ills
enso may bo regarded vllghll) pnrtlc
iilnrly In Han nil. Far from it. ICven
(huso of us who dally como in contact
with the disenso npprcchtto Hint It cin
be ncqulred or porliaps communicated
In Kiine way or other and, mora Im
portant still, Hint this community
should be rid or It, Tlio object of' this
paper Is then not only to remove somo
of the erroneous Ideas popularly en
tertained concerning leprosy, point-.)
lug out that the disenso mny bo met
(Continued on Pace 10)
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY,
No Street Parade of i
Pacific Fleet Here
Admiral Sebree Says There Is Too Much
Work For The Men-Captain Rees'
Reception To Fleet Officers Tonight-General
It lias been hoped hy a number of
people hero that Admiral Sebreu would
nllow the ofllccrs nnd men to take part
In n Inrgu parade. Joining with the
Oilfeient brunches of the Army In one
of the biggest military pageant-over
seen In Honolulu, but these hopes will
liue to bu postponed for some time to
come, ns the Admiral will not allow
Hie fleet to take part.
Ailiulr.il Sebtee, when seen tlil.i
morning on tliu quarter deck of tliu
Itagship, and asked If the fleet would
bo ordered to parade, replied that
they wuuld not,
"I urn very sorry that I will not bo
oble to grunt the wishes of the people
for a naval pnrndo, but under no clr
cutustnnces will my men be ordered
out. With work that Is abend of us
on our cruise,, and the. coming1 target
practice nt Manila Hay makes It Im
possible for me to give the dcslied
"I know that pcoplo nro always nnx
Ions to witness parades, but they don't
seem to realize Hint wo have, some
thing else to do besides Rotting out
"I am sorry that tho Honolulu pub
lic will have to go without seeing my
men marching, but It is out' of the
The examination of August Splllner,
Jr., occupied Hie attention of the
court und attorneys In tlio riot Case
this morning. The Splllners, father
nnd son, were those who arrived at
the Higher Wngo olllco nt Walpuhu
while the riot wus In progress.
Splllner reiterated his testimony
concerning tlio Btlcks that were
thrown, somo of which hit the horses
that ho nnd his father were riding.
This Is the part of tho prosecution's
case which has been bitterly attacked
by the defendants, any stick or stone
throwing being absolutely denied by
The trlul Is proceeding In much tho
same manner us previously ird no
now witnesses have been called.
Prosecutor Cnthcart, assisted hy
Mr, ProsBer, Is building up a strong
caso und the usual methods heretofore
adopted by the defense nre expected.
INSURE YOUR HOME and
KVEItY TIME THE K1RE WHI8
TI,E I1LOWS YOU HEAR THE EX
CLAMATION, "I WONDER IP IT'S
NEAR MY PLACE?"
I.KT US 8JIOW YOU HOW
CHEAPLY YOU CAN INSURE
YOUR HOME AND PERSONAL' EF
FECTS AND ESCAPE THIS
Hawaiian Trust Company
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Bulletin Advertising is Good
This afternoon from 4 until fl o'clock
.Captain und Mrs. Corwln 1'. IIocb will
. lecelvo nt their homo, the l'leasauton,
I tor Admiral and Mrs, Sebree, the otTl
tears of the fleet, local society people,
'and the vlsltng Congressional party.
This event will no doubt be one of tho
greatest social arfalru of the early
All morning n line forco of men
have been on hand competing the
ilccoratons, and arranging the, dual
details for this afternoon.
A detail of several oinccrs will go
with tho-Captaltis ofeilch ship, and It
Is prnbahlo that a gooif many other
ofllccrs will he present.
Vliltors Are Welcome.
Now that tho coiling Is over for n
time on board th.ilt.lilps. the gaern.l
public will be allowed to visit tho
ships any afternoon In the week from
1 3 to G:.10, and on Sunday from 1 to
1 A number of inquiries have tv-n
made If Hie ships would bo open to
the public this year, and through the
courtesy of Admirals Sebree und Hur
ry anybody who will conform to the
obovo hours will .gladly be shown
over tho crack cruisers of our navy.
(Continued on Page 4)
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 10. The
first of a final series of National
League frames was played between
Cincinnati and Pittsburg yesterday
at Cincinnati in a drizzling rain, and
was witnessed by 24,000 people.
The score was Cincinnati 3, Pitts
Other National League scores
Chicago 1, New York 2.
President Taft was refused a box
and sat on the Chicago team's
Washington S, St. Louis 0.
Washington. 2, St. Louis 4.
Boston 5, Chicago 7.
New York 2,"Cleveland 1.
Philadelphia 2, Detroit 1.
Have, a better flavor than those from
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time,
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Times 'Advertising for
SEPTEAMBER 16, 1809. 10 PAGES.
GIFT TO M'CLELLAN
B Members of the Congressional tt,
B party this morning culled to nn Hi
B nccountlOR Mr. Oeorgo II. Mo- B
B Clcllmi, who tins acted ns their B '
B Kuldu, counsellor and friend B
B since they started from Chlc.iKO B
tt for the tour of Hawaii. B
B Mr. McClellan wns called to B
B the pavllllon of the Young hotel B
B nnd there Congressman Unit- B
B hohtt, acting for his associates, B
B presented to Mr. nnd Mrs. Mc- B
B Clellnn n mugnlflcent sliver tea B
B service ns a token of their nil- B
B prcclutlon of his many courtesies. B
B Mr. McClellan wns completely B
B surprised deeply moved nnd B
B greatly pleased. a
n..i-si s a j T'r". ;"""";".".-"".""'' ".""":
rllHIrllHIll IIIIKIICIl I n
AfnrowoII reception by Prlnco and
lrlncess Knlunluuaole to the Congres
sional party will be given tonight at
Pitalollanl, their Walklkl home. All
necessary arrangements have been
made und the reception will be n
grand affair. Out an the beautiful
I grounds tents have been pitched and
lllghts strung all over the trees. A
largo tent has also been pitched," und
er which tho Delegate and his charm
ing wife, Princess Knhinlanaolo, will
receive the members of the party and
.their families. Honoluluans, both ka
, uiaulnas and niallhlnls, will also bo
'received and presented to their lloyul
I The Interior of tho Dclegato's house
Is attractively decorated today with
it nre Hawaiian idles and mountain
greens. American und Huwallun flng-i
are conspicuously placed over the en
trance to Pualollanl. Tho bund wilt
bo there during the reception.
After tho reception Henry Clark
will sing A few Hawaiian songs. Ho
will he assisted hy his sister.
Resides prominent people of Hono
lulu, members of tho Hawaiian so
cieties, including thoso of tho Kuuhu
nianti, Kamchameha, Kaulkeaoull, Hul
Olw, Kamehamchn, St, Louis nnd
noynl School Alumni Associations will
bo tliero to meet the visiting Congress
men nnd their families,
Tho ushers are Oeo. McClellan,
George Smithies, John C. I-nnc, Chas.
Clillllngworth, Mr. llowen, Carl Wldo
mnnn, Sam Woods, John Almoku, J.
Aen, Jr., and others.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 16. Su
ra r 90, degree centrifugals, 4.21.
Beets 88 analysis,, lis 83-4d.
Previous quotation, lis 9 3-4d,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Don't Forget that
we . secure, paok
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72'Xlng St. Phone 15.
Hollister Drug Co.
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Sellers and Buyers
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. The will i WASHINGTON, Sept. 1G. As
of the' late E. H. Harrimnn was sistant Secretary of the Naw Win- .
filed todav. The creat railroad ' throu Iim ordercl that there shall 7i
We left .a .of hi Pr"rty !
s4.W,dt0W.- w'! made tr
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. The fight
trhnilnln htu-niti KtnnUv TTMffiliAl
anu com ianciora n?s Decn aeciarett i
off. Unvernnr Hnihe ha imtmr.
off. Governor Hughes has instruct
ed ths officers of the State to en.
force the law.
Glavis Is "
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. L. R.
Glavis. head of the land office un
der Secretary Ballinger, was dis
missed from service today. This
dismissal is a result of the uphold -
ing of Secretary Ballinger by the
President, the Secretary having
called for Glavis' removal for unjus -
tifled jriticism of his superiors.
island of Mystery
Owned By Territory
Fo'r a long period "an Island of
mystery" ns to name and ownership,
United States Attorney Ilreckous has
"looked It up In tho book," nnd
finds that the Territory holds a valid
tltlo to tho islo' about 1,000 feet oil
the shore nt Knuul. There Is no
danger, tlieiefore, op Individual
ownership to Intorfore with tho
lighthouse plans of the go eminent.
On the records the name of the Is
land Is given ns Molokane, nnd Mr.
Ilreckotrs Is assured the title vested
In the Territory Is good ns gohl.
The Island caused the Federal nit
thoVltlfs considerable trouble for
some time, ns It wns feared after tlio
new light on Kllauea Point, Kauai,
hnd been placed ' In service, that
Mime lierson would come along,
claim ownership to tho mystcrous
10S1 Fort St.
MSKiJIKBiWIuUfr'i T '
PRICE 5 CENTS.
I b.e. no iMCon hsld on board tho, '
li cs of the navy on Sunday. The S
iW ww f
day and the crew en Saturday.
j, CHICAGO. Scpl. 1C. President
Toft armed here thfsmoming. He
uviewed a r.rcat parad of school
'drldrcn, and in the afternoon at
1 'cnt'ed a tall game.
Winthrop To ,
Toar Coast I
WASHINGTON, Sent. 1C. As
sistant Scirctarv nf tin N.irv Win.
1 throu 4s soon to leave on a our of
inspection that will inclr . ii.icao
i and the TnciEc Ccast id'Ai; hiT
1 absence Potter will blr the acting
Ishtid. und erert on It bulldlngi ij'
the new light.
The Island Is shown on the nov
crnniiiit maps, otf tdioro from
wull, hut neither t'ncle Snm nor
Territory lay claim to it. Tli
Is nu old story about Kln- Kalakau i
playing a linker game at ,ono tlnio
with I' S. Mlniiler Rollln M. Dan
gelt on the Island. Daggett, It Is
culd, won nil of tho stakes nnd some
of tho moveable ai tides In tho pal
ace, and Ills Majesty Is mid (o have
put tii the Island with them, hut
Hits was not listed on the king
dom's real calnto list. Tlio. Island IB
porky, desolate, and none l.nve a few- '
native llshermeu go there. Tlm
matter wns put up to U. S. Attorney
Ijreckons by Major Wluslow's ofllcrf
A Genuine ' '
We can sell them nt this nrice be
cause we bought them right.
Open Saturday evenings.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co. Ltd.
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