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' Bulletin Advertising is Good Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
VOL. XI. NO. 4424.
Tho Shilncis mo coming.
. Afnnny Phillips nirtvt'd this morn
ing, nml liu sa that (ho coming of
Islam Temple with Ciockcr and Kil
mer mid Neiimnn at llio lie.nl of tho
party Ik as sure as mi) tiling can be.
The flrHt ilnjr' canvass bruuglit
forth Huvcnty-flvc people, nml they
hnvo only two li ii iid i nl to obtain aa
u guarantee. The latest ticlieme Is
to charter the Oceanic liner Sierra.
The (liLiilar that H being Itsucd by
the Islam Templo follows:
Sept. 10, 1909.
Dear Sir ami N'uble:
At u meeting of Islam Temple,
liehl )at evening, a committee wan
appointed to fciumilnto plans for the
lung contemplated Shrlner- excursion
If .joii desire to take advantage
ot tho" most lemarl.ablo trip over at
tempted liy Islam Temple nil out
the enclosed card, with check for
$100 per person, nml mall same be-
foie Sept. as, 190i. to Win. Crocker. (Continued from Page i)
tTluco days nut fiom (J nam tho U.
S, S. Concoid lost a coal passer named
l.uck.vuut, and after strenuous efforts
to rtcoor tho body was obliged to
conic on without him. Tho offlceis ro
lort Hint the man committed eulcldc
us tho result of mental illsnulrr.
tiling nn mormons homeward
bound pennant fiom her main truck,
r.ud looking spick and span consider
ing her long trip of sixteen da) a front
(Iuqiu, tho gunbunt Concoid. Captain
Filiotlcld, nrilvul off tho harbor short
ly after 9 o'clock this morning.
Tho Concord still wears tho while,
which tho will probably wear until
llio arrives at Maio Island Navy
As will ho remembered, tho Concord
tool; part In tho famous battle of Ma
rill Day on May 1, 1S98, and came nut
utHcuthed us did tho other chips und
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i Potentate, 1799 Stolner street, San
Prnnclsto. The deposit of 1100 Is
for the purpose of making the first
pa) men t to the Oceanic Steamship
Company to hold the S. S. Sierra.
Tho deposit v. Ill, of course, bo
returned If, for any reason, tho trip
la glcn up.
I The lough plan as now outlined Is
i Leave San I'ranclsco nt 10 a. m.
Satin day, Nov. C.
Arrive llllo. Island of Hawaii, at
8 a. in. Saturday, Nov. 13.
Tilp lo Volcano of Kitnuea same
day, stop nil night at Volcano House,
and have Ceremonial Session In the
ciatcr of the volcino.
Arrhe hark nt llllo and attend
dcdlcitloii of new Mnnnlc Temple,
then lu.iii, and grand ball In the eve
ning, with hula dance, nt which la
dles wild be present.
Leave, llllo for Honolulu 9 n. m.
er tho command of Admiral Dewey.
Tho Concord has been out in foreign
waters for nearly flvo ears, and will
probably bo placid out of commission
when sho ni rives homo.
It Is iiulto possible, that sho will re-m-iln
hero until the I'lcct leaves on
tho Sth of October,
Tho guns which mado tho Concord
famous In tho battlo of Manila Day,
have, all been taken off, and with the
oxeeptlon of one or two gulling gutiK
tho is as' harmless as a jncht.
Tho men which sho carries as a
crew aro nil to bo paid off when they
arrlvo at Mnio Island, although most
of them will rc-enllst after a furlough.
Good weather has prevailed from tho
day tho Concord left Guam and n fast
trip has boon made, considering her
long stay. In waters which aro noted
for their fouling qualities.
fashions for the
women of Amer
ica ; New York
the fashions for
' & Co.
are made in New
vYork and repre
sent the best in
ship, and materials.
THE KASH CO., Ltd.
Cor. Fort and' Hotel.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERBITOEY 0P HAWAII, SATURDAY,
15 Miles Of
NEW YORK. Sept. 25. With 57
warships in double line, fifteen miles
in length, New York opened the
pageant of its Hudson-Fulton cele
bration here today. Beautifully dec
orated with flags, the column moved
majestically up the river, followed
by a thousand other boats. Five
million spectators witnessed'the pa
rale. The parade will be repeated
tonight with all the ships brilliant
TO BE SOLO
An Order Of
- Court '
A petition has been filed in tho Cir
cuit Court by Cccirilrowii adminis
trator of the will of the l.ito Walter
C. Peacock, asking for lonvo to sell
leal and personal proporty to pay
claims against the estate.
Tho etttlon states that claims have
been presented amounting tq 167,
U79.42vof which iSD.OfiO Is iccuritl by
mortgages on land.
Permission is us-.ed lo sell the prop
erty of the estate on'-Jllshop street be
tween King and Merchant, which 1.1
loverod by a mortgage to sccuro a
promissory noto on which there Is
now- duo lllshop & Co. $11,000 and In
terest, valid as further scctiilty 47C
I hares of tho capital stock of W, C.
Paarock & Co., Ltd. Tho second piece
of propel ty which tho administrator
wishes to sell Is that at tho comer1
of Nuiiauu and Merchant and that on
Queen street makal of tho Judiciary
building. Uron llio two parcels of
land there Is n mortgage, to secure a
unto for 18,G00.
Authorization Is asked for tho salo
of all of tho property and the 475
shares of stock In W, C. Peacock &
October 25 has been fixed as tho
ctnto for hearing tho petition.
..cr, 9,i, rrt. flull.tln.
NO BETTER HEALS ANYWHERE
THAN ARE SERVED AT THE
HOTEL ST.. NEAR UNION,
Stocks & Bonds
, You are perhaps considering dis
posing of some of your securities or
oi making additional purchases un
der present prosperous conditions.
Let Us Handle-the Deal
now and bear tho Bamo guaraiitoe.
'We are members of the Stock and why pay more? You can't tell the re
Bond Exchange and have hundreds built machlno from the new.
oi sansnea customers in inn nranun
of our business.
Hawaiian Trust Company
eh a II
SCO, Sept.' 25. The
erday's, big; League
results of yi
games are as
Philadelphia I, Cleveland 0.
Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 0.
Hew York 1 Detroit 2.
New York , Detroit' 10. .Game
called at end it seventh inning ow
ing to darkness.
Boston 3, St. Louis 2.
Boston 4, St, Louis 3.
Washington (l, Chicago 2.
Washington t0, Chicago 2.
Chicago 7. Boston 4.
St. Louis 12, Brooklyn 4.
Cincinnati 5, New York 2.
Cincinnati 1; New York 1. flame
called on account of darkness.
Pittsburg 5. Philadelphia 0.
STANDINO OF THE NATIONAL
1 LEAGUE, SEPT. 25.
New York 83
Cincinnati ..... 69
Philadelphia A. ,67
St. Louis . ...v 49
Brooklyn,- ...... 49 .'
Boston .i- 38
STANDINO OF THE
i LEAGUE, SEPT. 25.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Detroit 93 60 .600
Philadelphia ... 89 52 .630
Boston 84 09 .087
Chicago 72 71 .507
Cleveland 69- 75 .480
New York 68 74 .471
St. Louis 59 84 .412
Washington .... 38 108 ' .260
SALT LAKE CITY. Sept. 25.
Gifford Pinchot, United States For
ester, denied the rumor current to
day that he contemplated resigning.
FR0SSER TO SUCCEED JUDD.
It Is reported that M. V. Prossei- Is
slated to succeed tho yacancy In the
Hoard of Public Instuctlon made by
tho resignation of A. I'. Judd prior
to leaing for tho coast. Mr. Pros
ser admitted he had been approached
on the matter, but said nothing
definite had been settled.
MUSIC AT MOANA
The lloyal Hawaiian Quintet will
play at tho Moana hotel tomorrow af
ternoon from 3:30 to 6:30 and towns
people generally aro Invited to bo
Perfect Itemlngton Typewriters, ro
built at tho factory, can be purchased
from A. 11, Arlelgh & Co. for $65.
These, machines aro Just as good as
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time. ,
SEPTEMBER 25, 1909. 16 PAGES..
aaw roiwnTcnn e..t or ri,.
Congressional guests of Hawaii ar
rived todav o nthe Mongolia. The
members of the party are a unit in
their praise of Hawaii, its industries
Exploded In Air
MAULINE, France, Sept. 25. A
military dirigible balloon exploded
here today while sailing "300 feet in
the air. Four officers were killed in
n fatal fall to the ground.
SALT LAKE CITY.r Sni.,..25.
President Taft spent a quiet day
here. Most of the time was spent
bv him playing golf with some of his
friends. He will leave for Ogden
KOHALA MAN SAYS
. ELGIN WAS ASKED
And That His Boy Sent
In Bill For
A friend of Manager Elgin of Mahu
ton a dropiei Into tho U u 1 1 o 1 1 n of
fico this morning and stated that Mr.
Klgln hlis been very much misrepre
sented in connection with the bill for
entertainment Hint was sent In to tho
committee In elm' of the Congres
It Is stated tho. Mr. Holstcln asked
Mr. Ktgln to send In his bill for any
expense ho had beon to In connection
with tho Congressional party, and El
gin told his boy to make noto of any
additional stores used for the. party.
It Is understood that Mr. Elgin Is
very much upset over tho publicity
glen his bill and that ho would never
havo rendered any account If ho had
not been asked to do so by tho local
Tho Hawaiian Hand will glvo a con
cert at tho Seaside Hotel tomorrow af
ternoon at 3 o'clock, 'ami during tho
dinner hour and evening, music will
bo furnished by Ernest Kaal's gleo
Sept. 29, '00
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co..
72 King St. Phone 15.
in the head.
for that cold in the head.
Ono of tho officers In the Ittet, In
talking this morning about the speed
trials Just completed, remarked thai
tuklng everything Into lonslileinllon
tho results ory very satisfactory in
"Tho ships had oerj thing in their
favor, and tho only thing that we re
gret Is that the ships did not make
better time than they did.
"When we started out we hail ev
erything In our faor, and each ship
behaved In a way that did credit to
her In every way.
'The Poiins)lvaiila took tho lead in
speed from tho start and when the
averages wero mado up she had mado. sure c limit r and considering tlilr
trlflo better than 21.85 knots for the, made good lima Into port. The Wesi
four hours. .Virginia will i.tu Mart coaling until
"Tho South Dakota. enmc next with October I
SI. 50, nud the West Virginia third Coaling Ships.
with an average of 21.4(1. The four iblps of, tho first division
"After the trials had been complet- rnd the Ihreo of the t-oeoiul, which
ed on Wednesday afternoon, tho ship have been off cruising this week, will
of tho first division weighed nuchor pnibibly not stait coaling until tho
and proceeded to Hlio. while 'ho re- ,flrst of the month, t,o ns to nllovv thu
malnlng throe ships rodo at niuhor In (Continued on Pace 4)
' . ii ii . i. .,, L .
Enraged because Judgo Whitney
had Just signed an order by which his
clilldien aro taken from him, A. I'rnc
tu. n Spaniard, this morning direct
enrol tho llfo of tho Judgo of tho Juve
nile court; then had a fit on tho first
floor of thu Judiciary building during
which ho writhed about tho floor lit
i.ppaient agony and then rushed at
Mr. Macabce, Into whoso care tho
clilldien wero placed by Judge Whit
ney, Tho maddened nirin was grasped
by bystanders and prevented fiom
carrying out his throats and taken to
the pollen station. A charge of mak
ing threats against llfo will bo sworn
out ngalnst him Monday,
The case, which reached Its culmlii
rtlnn this morning, has been iiemllug
tu the Juvcnllo court for a month, tho
man being charged with Inability to
caro for his offspring and being of a
worthless and belligerent dUixisltlou.
Ho had two chlldron of his ;nwn,
i.amed Tony and Julia, and a short
time ago married a woman with three
During tho proceedings th:s morn
ing It was shown that It was Inipos-
tlblo for tho miin-lo caro for his fam
ily and It also developed that ho was
In tho Pollco Court last week on u
chargo of being Involved In nil at
tempted murder. On this showing
Judge Whitney decided to glvo tho
children Into tho caro of Mrs. Mncn-
A man can take is running.
Your feet encased in a pair of these elk flexible shoes
will make vou feel likj taking a sprint in the evening or
before breakfast. Just give this a second thought, Try it,
and see how you will beat the doctor out.
v - OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd..
1051 Fort St. Tel. 282.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
.Maal.ie.i flay until Thursday morning.
Iho Peiins)laiila got under wnj for
Molokal nt ! o'clock ami tho West
Virginia ami .Maijlninl got under n
for Keal.ikekn.i ll.i, Hawaii, a llttb
"In summing up our crulxo this
nrik, all I can si) Is that It lias been
a great suciesi In exerj w.n "
West Virginia To Repair.
The n:i;:slili West Virginia, of tho
t,ecoml -division. Admiral llarry. which
arrived off jMirt list night nt 8 o'clock,
was obliged to como In from Kcalalto
kua Ua) tinder one engine, as trouble
was dlf covered In her port high pres
Hilling thu hearing In Judge Whit
tle) 's chamber Clerk John Marralllmi
noticed that tho man was niiikTug
threatening signs nt his children and
when tho luterpieter told him of tho
action ho dechued that ho would kill
the judgii mid that 'execution all
right." Ihf uuvk seemed almost In
nine with linger and lioinued down
the Lleps to the flrct floor of thu Judi
ciary building, when ho givo an exhi
bition of having a fit. Ho coon recov
eicd when he saw his children coining
down stairs with MntJ M.icubeo au.l
Marcalllno mid mado a desperate rush
at Hum and was over (lowered with
CARS HELD UP. j
About 1 oVIotk today n Japanese
wagon loaded with grain mid n drum
of gnsollnu cnueeil n hold up'ofjhe
Itnpld Tiunslt rats on Klugstrcot
near Tort. The off-sldo blnd-whcol
collapsed and the contents of the
wagon wero strovvn on tho 'track.
After n delay of Bevrinl minutes tho
broken-down wagon was dragged
clear and tho electric tar proceeded
on its way.
David Kavvaha wan arrested Ihf'
night on n chargo of liupcroiiatlng
Hollister Drug Co.