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VOL. XI. NO. 4421.
MA WIN COMPLETES SEATTLE
GOULOQNE, Sent. 22. Captain
Fcrbcr of the army was killed here
today by the falling of an aeroplane
in which he was mnking a flight.
At New York
NEW YORK. Sept. 22. The At
lantic fleet arrived in the harbor to
day. The ships were received with
the usual official functions, and
crowds massed themselves on the
shores to witness the great fleet of
merchant and war vessels.
After testifying iin-mio uf tlio tnr(
vltneMsos (if tin) prosecution In tltu
linl r.iMi now mi nt tlio remit hoiue,
"" August Hplllucr this morning found
hlmscjf In tlio tankH of the receiving
station for Indulging In tm liiillvliliuil
I lot uf IiIh own. Tim samo was direct
rd ngaliut the person of All Chung,
who swnro nut u i:i)iui)laliit against
lilm mill li'nl lilm nriestoil. Tlio arrest
v::ik made liy Deputy Sheilff I'Vriiiiiiiloz
nt IJwn, whoru tlio assault is ullegud
to haw boon coninilttecd.
Chung IK'o Man Is itnntlirr "pusson"
to lie loosen up for too much strcnu
ohlty In tlio assault niiil battery IIiim
baling attacked mill tlneatcned to kill
Hoe l-'at, ii countryman. Tlio com
plaining witness In it lieu planter of
fhmlcs Alnpal, hrothcr-lii law of
Major I'ci n. illcil this morning after
ii shntt Illness of lypholil fuver. II"
nan nil ployed ax nn engineer liy ltii.nl
RuperUsor Wilson, who cnnshtoied
lilm a ury uiltlublo in.iii. Death re
Hillleil linllreclly ftoiil Mr. Alapal chill
ing ufter a liatli In tlio smf nt Molo
kal reeeiilly. He contract.! I n enhl,
mill rapidly gruw wmso. Ilo M mai
ileil tint- I) few weeks ago, nud his
jnung wife In hcartbioken over her
Choice new materials
L now in
HELENE GOING TO
Local Rules Are Cause
Of Repairing In
WILL CARRY COAL
Another Steamer of Local Service'
May Be Sent to the Golden'
Gate City for General Over-1
The I.J. 9. N. steamer llelero to
morrow Marls for San I-'r.uiei.co und
cr I ho pllotiiKn of C.iilalu Nelson to
undergo u Keuer il incilrinlliif,. Num.
eions rmiiors have liee'ti alio it :u to
why I ho bo.it Is bc)ng ."eft li.ielt to
tlio coast for lepahii that l.uo neen
iIoiki l.ero beforu but as Mr, McLean
tiding heatt of tlio Inler-liiliin I Hiemii
Navigation Company, eoiilil rot be
foutiil this morning, none could be er
Tlio most persistent rumijr from
Hteaiiuhlp Miurces luys tlio blaino on
Union rules hi foieo umoiiK employes
of tlio Honolulu Iron Works as laid
lipwn by thu ItrotherhiHid of Ilollei--tnnkers,
and conveya the Ide.i that
they cnuseil terms to bo made that
wcro unacceptable to thu steamship
company. Mr. Kennedy departed for
thu coasl on thu Mongolia and will
ilnuhtlers muko nrrnuKetnetits there
for the repair of the vessel.
It was stated this morning that the
repairs necessary for tlio lioat could
bo liiiulo heiu but that there tiro no
men. As the bis U. S. S. Colorado Is
being thoroughly overhauled by local
labor mid Important repairs being
made to her machinery this ceeius Im
probable. Tlio plans for sending thu Inter-Is-laud
steamer nrross havo been consld
Continued on Pace 2)
(iovernor Krear this morning tin
nouuccil the appointment of Sam
uel Spencer as u member of tlio
Hoard of l.trcnsu Commissioners of
the County, of Hawaii In the vacancy
created by the le.slgnattoti of A. V.
Tlio vacancy on tho Commission
of Public liifctiucllon, through tho
leslgnntloii of Mr. .ludd, has not
yt been filled, but It is believed that
n Hiifcrwuir will bo appointed with
in tlio i-ourso of tho week. ,
always find satisfac
and full line of sizes
& Hotel Sts. "
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY,
SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. 22. An
nouncement was made here today
that becinnim: with February 1,
1010, the Matson Nnvication Com
pany will begin a freitrht and nas
sengcr service between this city and
Honolulu. The new steamer Wil
helmina will be put on the Honolulu-San
Francisco run. and the Hi
Ionian and Enterprise will be as
signed to the Seattle run on a re;,
VALENCE. France. Sept. 22.
Three men who had been convicted
of atrocious crimes were nut to
death here today by the iruillotinc.
Charter 'Quoted Giving
City and County
In regard to thu pos-ilblllty ofjiou
bio over tho now street ordinance,
under thu provisions of which all per
sons and corH)rntlons will bo In thu
future required to tuko out a permit
and pay a $1 fee to dig up the stieets,
put In pides, conduits sewers or any
other device which will reiptlru a hole
to bo dug, County Attorney Ml her I on
says that theio Is no doubt but that
under thu terms of tho charter, tho
city and county hnvo absoluto Jurisdic
tion In regard to the streets, not with-
standing tho claims of tho Tcrrlttuy.
"tlnilur u provision In tho Organln
Act," snld Mr, Mllvcrton, "no ono In
tlio Territory can grant an exclusive
frnnclijso. Koine peoplo do not dis
tinguish between n frnnchlso and n
lltiitiun Ilnrunna im rtitwiii I lutiu tn.
IIVI linvii I Viniflin "I vwi inlliwim III.' , . , . , ,.
U(, .ii,- i. i ..uiwi-"1 ciimmli work hero but It will be
.., , .... , .... ..
fve. In this the City and County havo
Don't Forget- that
we secure, pack
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King- St. . Phone 15.
Stocks & Bonds
You aro perhaps considering dis
posing of some of your securities or
of making additional purchases un
der present prosperous conditions.
Let Us Handle the Deal
We are members of the Stock and
Bond Exchange and have hundreds
of satisfied customers in this branch
of our business,
Hawaiian Trust Company
Bulletin Advertising is Good
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK. Sent. 22. Admiral
von Koester of the Dutch Navy ar
rived here, today to take part in the
great Fulton;Hudson celebration.
The most remarkable fleet of vessels
ever assembled is anchored in the
waters of New York harbor and the
Hudson in preparation for the great
international review that is to be
the fcattre of the celebration. The
shin about which the most lively in
terest centers is the rcnlica of the
little vessel in which Henry Hudson
f.iled into New York harbor and
I hence ur the river that bears hit
nattc. Hudson reached Troy Sept.
- m , . -
MADRip. Spain. Sept. 22. Re
ports were received 'here today of a
battle in Morocco in which the
Moors were defeated by the Span
iards with heavy loss.
NOT GO BACK
While the b.iliince or Hebrcu's crack
omhcIh are making records off Maui,
tho Colorado is coaling lelsurel) lit
Naval Wharf No. 2, and will prob.iU;,
with, the exception of h light coii.i.kii.
mrnt finish coaling nt Honolulu
today. The other vessels will nit
have to do tlio stunt over again when
they get back.
The Honolulu Iron Works are work
ing on her boilers and giving them ii
j thorough cleaning as woll ns making
needed icpilrs. Captain C. I). T.
Monro staled this morning Hint an yet
nothing had come to light during tho
overhauling of tho hollers that would
t.ecessltato tlio Colorado's return to
Ilrltlsh colliers will bo awaiting tho
fleet tit Nares Harbor, Admiralty Is
lands, and tho next coaling of tlio fleet
1 will bu dour, thero. Tlio boys And It
i only n foretusto to what It will bo
there, two degrees bolow tho ciiiator,
nml no one would like tho Idea of try
ng for a record.
After choosing New Orleans for
the place of next year's meeting, the
nssorlntlou of National and Htate
Food nml Dairy Departments elected
Oeorgn I., riamlurs of Albany, N, Y
president; Dr. W. M. Allen, Italclgh,
Nt C secretary, and Jiiinca Kourst,
of Harrlsbitrg, l'a,, treasurer,
in the head.
for that cold in the head.
Hollister Drug Co.
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time, '
i. Telephone 301.
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
SEPTEMBER 22, 1009. 10 PAGES.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22. The
National League furnished the sen
sation in today's baseball result,
Cincinnai and Pittsburtr playing a
game of fourteen innings, which was
finally called on account or darkness,
with the score four to four. These'
tram miVlmr o frrmf MntMt '
for fourth place. Philadelphia and
Detroit won their games with the
tail-enders in the American League,
The results of the two leagues fol
New York-Chicago postponed
account of rain.
Boston 3, Chicago 1.
Philadelphia 6. St. Louis 2.
Washington 3. Detroit 8. ,
account of rain.
St. Louis 3. New York 4.
St. Louis 4. New York0. Called
in third inning on account of rain.
Pittsburg 12. Boston 7.
Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 4.
Called in the fourteenth inning on
account of darkness. .. . ,
STANDING OF AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club. W. I.. lct.
Detroit 91) GO .643
riilftdclphla 87 C2 .635
Huston 82 08 .S8!
Chlwigo TO 60 .50'!
Clee1and 68 73 .482
Now York 6fi 72 ,478
HI. Louis r.9 81 .421
Washington 38 H3 ,2G9
STANDING OF NATIONAL LEAttUt
Club. W. lct.
I'lttshnrg 1113 36 .741
Chicago 01 4.1 .669
Now York 80 64 .B97
Cincinnati 68 66 Ml
Philadelphia 66 71 .481
St. I-oiiIh 48 85 .360
Ilrooklyn 17 87 .350
Huston 38 Di .287
Many Children x Are
Unable To Be
When the II twit reports for the be
ginning of tho new school year aro
In tho hands of rlupcrintcndont of
Pnlille lii.trni-lliin llnlilitll II In lio-
j1oVp(, ,nat t w, bn ,,,,, lhllt B0V.
crnl hundred children havo been
turned away from tho schools of tlio
Territory hecauso of u lack of ac
(omniodatlon. The partial returns that, are now
before tho Superintendent of Public
Instruction show that tho schools of
Honolulu with a few exceptions
.were compolli'd In refuse admission
I to morn pupils and that us a conso-
i(iiunce of tho Inability of tlio schools
to meet tho demands that have
I been made upon them, children who
litre entitled to an education will bo
compolled to go without public
'school Instruction Indefinitely. Tho
Department of Public Instruction
has done the best It could, to meet
(Continued on Page 2)
BULLETIN ADS PAY WB
NO BETTER HEALS ANYWHERE
THAN ARE SERVED AT THE
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
Campbell Declares That
Crisis Is Now
RESERVOIRS OF NUUANU
VALLEY ARE ALL
Prompt Effort to Stou Waste Is Dc
I ?Id to Be Only Thinf That
Can Prevent Serious Results to
Honolulu faces it crisis In Its wa
ter supply, and unless there is an
Immediate and concerted effort upon
the pait of the public to prevent all
wiiKtc, j-ondltlons will Incroasu in
seriousness with tho possibility of
lastiig Injury to the health of thu
This Is tho summary of a state
ment that was made this morning
liy Superintendent of Public Works
Murstou Campbell, nml he did not
attempt to avoid stilting that thu
conditions nt the present llnia cuu
no't but reach no mule staguulcsH
every drop of water that can be
saved Is picventvd from being
The districts of the city securing
their water supply from Niiuanii
Valley are also advised to boll nil
their drinking water, bectiUHo the
water la now nt an extremely low
level and should bo boiled before be
ing used for household pur pones.
"The puhllCBhotild realize- tho
seriousness of the situation Imme
diately," said Mumtnii Campbell
Oils morning. "The population of
tho city has Increased with great
rapidity of late, and the coining of
the l'.i"lr)c fleet has also proved a
heavy dialn upon the water supply.
Tho laige number uf soldiers and
civilians that have come In tho wake
oCthu federal Government's activity
has Increased the permanent popula
tion to an extent where the water
supply needs to be carefully handled
and none of It wasted,"
There has been no rainfall of any
consequence In tho Nuami Valley
within nearly two months, Campbell
stated, mid all of the small reser
voirs In the valley urn empty. It Is
only tlio districts on the higher lev
els of the city that need In bo care
ful us to boiling tho drinking wa
ter, the larger portion of the city
receiving artesian water.
In lino wild tho determination ol
the Public. Works Department tt
restrict tlio waste of wnter through
out the city, tho meters which Hit
last Ieglsluturo authorized to be
placed on several pipes tit the dls-
irctloivof thu department, am being
Installed as quickly us received from
the KhsI, and It Is hoped that tliiy
wll prove a factor In putting tin
end to the waste that has helped to
bring conditions to their present
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Rnllatin Editorial Room Phoni IBS.
This illustration is one
a tan Russia, fancy tip
1051 Fort St,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
COLORADO SPRIHU3 Sipt. 22
President Taft arrived here at 2:30
this afternoon, making n sUy of
only an hour. During that time he
addressed an tisscmbly of school
children representing nil the public
scliroh of the city. He then pro
ceeded to Pue' lo, where he spent
two hours. He will stop at Glen
wood and Grand Jun'tion tomorrow.
ST. PAUL, limn.. Sept. 22. The
bodv of the late Governor Johnson
has been lyiic in state at the Cap
itol building throughout the day.
Thousands of people from the city
nu:i many outlying towns pasted the
uicv to pav their last tribute of re
spect. ' . -
SAN FRANCISCO, Scut. 22. Sit
gar Beets, 08 cualvsis, lis Od.
Paritv. 4.-19 cents. Previous quota
tion. Ils8 3-4J.
Chinese Huis Report Work
Complete And Put It
Up To County
Miior rem, accompanied lit H,ie
tary Hlveiibiirgli. fount) I'lvlm-cr
(iiTu and KiiiHTVlMir Quluil V.i'l h.nc
I'tldtiy inornliu to- Kiilii.iuul. !,. rc
they will Inspe.-i ih transi'i of ImlJd
lugs and other ii.i'rty b tha five
Chinese huis from the bcarh p,.
right-of-way Attorney Chang Mnf,
tupreseutlug the Cliincbo, has repotei'.
u completion of tlielr contract with
the County, nml thu Mtiyor will mnlto
an lnsHclon of Hit. work dor.
When the beacn icul w-n tmiocil
through the Kalni'i'ii itl"ti,c. It was
found mcctsar) to i.e.- n n luitioi- of
buildings mid n uc ! mined to put
IIiioiikIi tho.rii.litof-t.'.'y. The Chin
ese huis occupjlu Ck in with ndlaci nt
land were willing t' mow ill mi pr,i.
tiding they wet.i i i.i. ,4iisalei', fo,- tlio
work nml tniunte A icut'..et was
drawn up betwei i fi Couuly it. i (let
companies, mid I,' M? huis havo done
their woik piopc'v it will im ii,i i
tho Cifirmy to run i; its purl of tho
Rice & Hutchins
of them called the TOM SMAR1'
Oxford. Come -and look this
Shoe Co., Ltd.,