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VOL. XI. NO. 4425.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU TERRITORY" OF HAWAII, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WAIKSKI RECLAMATION PUNS ARE DEVELOPING
MOORS ON VERGE OF SURRENDER
.ft , 5
Big Deal Closed
Hawaiian Dredging Company Secures
$10,000 Contract From Bishop
Estate to Fill In Swamp Land At
-. Waihikf 13 Acres To Be Reclaimed
SIERRA MAY BE PUT
ON RUN THIS
luwilylttg mi i".inrlltmo nggrf
K'lllni; Sin.tiu'.), Waller IH'llnglinm i
It'il.i) 1 lined II ileal fill llir Hawaiian
Pledging toiiininy Willi Hi" lllxlinp
Kstnic, by Willi li Hid iilnon-i'o tuiri
lit duck ii.miiI proport lit WsiIUfkl
between fa'niMliiK.i iiinl laweni ftrci'lH
Im In lit' reclaimed liy Mllng in. It
l.i urn. nf tin nid.tt Imiini'liml rcclnni
lit ton ileal iiriiln Intel, mill will mid
' Iniliii'iiM'Jj lu tlm .ilue lit beach
'flip property Inwilved In tlio mn
liuil Is i.ut of tlio hw.iiiip tit lid c.ir.
1 1 tilled li) the lllsliiii IMnto. Willi
tin- Mllng of nlnii ticies, the lutil
in i wlilc li will iilllninti'ly lio re
d.iliiii'il will ho something over l-
iicich. A strip iifj.inil owned liy tli'j
lllshup estate, tunnelling tlio iiimli
In Hiii'Mlftn with I lu sea. In InclmlC'i
In tliu general scheme of rec'unn
tlon. Satisfactory i nrrnngements have
Ih'cii made for the transfer nfpeo
pic nun holding leases mi pnitloiM
i r I lie pu'iiH In nui.'e oKowhorc, .ill
llm wi'i-l. will lie bc,;un within a
H'nirt pi-rloil, The it'pmt (hlj linn ji
1115 lh.it till' ilrnl hail licen tlowil
for the lorlnliiilng of llln WnlM''l
piope'ly cuiiieil a general stir In
litifliifM clic'ei, as tlio ilcit'.iud fi'i
bench propei ly tins for miiiio time
far exi ceiled llio supply.
Tlio llawnlljii Dredging Company
aim Iiiih the (initriiet with Hie fed
cral government to 1111 the ponds op
piiilln the U, 8. Kngluccra' c-iiiip.
nml with the closing of this ileal the
uiiJghtly limit hnlet, foul untl ill
urate bleeding, will Homi'lie a tlilnT
of the iunl. With tlio total a inn In
IIicfo two I'onti.tctH Illlcil, th? great
er po.-tlon of that property will In
nu the way to icclamntlnn nml make
iiainfule. for building purpol-uo
many acres now wasted.
mmMrsuims, ! 1 1
MEL1LLA. Sept. 27. From the
pretent tcrious outlook a complete
surrender of the Moors is imminent.
LATHAM FLIES OVER BERLIN.
NEW OltLEANS. La.. Sept. 27.
The South is ecleuratinc .today the
one hundredth anniversary of the
birth cf Admiral Scnimes, the com
mniuler pi the notorious privateer
Alabama of the Civil War.
The Industrial Edition ot the
Evening Bulletin, wramed
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
I r t i n nfflcf
PITTSBURG. Pa., Sept. 27. An
explosion in the great Columbian
film exchange, today resulted in re
ducing a splendid eight story build
ing to a complete wreck. Over fifty
neonlc who were in or near the
building were injured. The list of
the casualties is not coninlete.
Bulletin Busmesr Oflive Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phonr IBS
' OCEANIC. STEAMSHIP SIERRA WHICH WILL BRING THE SHRINERS.
1'iefariiiK hlH Htntcment with a qtial- boat Is laid off for overhauling, llio lire tlio ones nhn hare to prnvu It. The
IfjIiiS fl' Mr. W. M (llranl of W. O. clln taken will ileiieivl larficly on fielKht Hltiuillon Is mil ns rooiI as It
Irwin & Co. Btnteil ihU momliiB that t,U! ",,c'fR ' ,h lfl" ." tho Shrlnen wan then inilug to the uuMiyl 'omniixti.
en the alcrra anil ultio tlio offerlii?s of Hon.
Iheio Is u powllilllty of the HteaniBhlp roK, - . .., Aml ,., Jltgl cMCy wIlI,t'lhoy
Sierra lielm; plneeil on the run lie- "The Oceanic company Is wIHIiib to will tin tint I nm very certain that tho
tween Honolulu unit Snu .IVanclsco At 'In all Hint It cim to servo thn local Oceanic will put tho Sierra on If
least (luring the lnylnc up of tho Aln- rnc lint of course we cannot b ex-
nie-la for Beneral overhauling. TV". ? ""' ? Bt ,tt l098- We
need freight as well hb passengers.
"There Is absolutely nothing finally Thu 1(1Ft OXI,crCnco of putting the
determined." said Mr. (lllMrd, "but Slcrrtl on this rotito was very cxpens-
when I left San Francisco thero wns lvt1, but I tiled to ninlto our iM-ople
miiiio talk tinning tho Oceanic people bcllcvo that comlltlons nro dltfereiil
of putting tho Sierra on to tnlfo tho and there Is more ottering than there
place of thu Alameda while thu local was thou, but the people of Honolulu
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 27. The -result
of the American and National ,
I League games tcJay were ns follows:7
. , , I New York 4, Detroit-1. '
BERLIN, Sept. 27. Witnessed by i Philadelphia 4. Cleveland 5.
thousands of people, Latham, the Washington 1. Chimgo S. , '
daring aviator, made a successful The first game between New York
flight in an aeroplane over Berlin to 1 ani )troit was not played, owing
Johannisthal, a distance of about to the hcavv rain.
! fifty miles. i NATIONAL.
"""" I rittsbnrg C. New York I.
AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS. Cincinnati 4. Brooklyn 5.
' Cincinnati .". Brooklyn 1.'
GOLDFIELD. Ncv.. Sent.y 27. . niiimen 4 PhilnrlMnliin 1..
The American Mining Congress is in I standing of national leaqiie.
session here. Fromincnt- men from I QFPTEMBcrt 27.
all over the west have arrived to1 f'ii
attend the meeting, and important .I'litsiiuig
subjects yill be under discussion. A Chicago . ..
revisal of-mny mining laws will be New York ..
recommended. ; Cincinnati ....
r.'iiiinicipiii.i . .
there Is a reasonably fah prospect of
malting Luin onus nieci, ' uonsequenuy
It Is largely up to Honolulu. The Sier
ra will carry two hundred first class
passengers and a hundred second
cabin, which Is really Just as good an
first cabin. So she will bring the pas
sengers and In good time. If (hoy want
EVIDENCE m RIOT
CASE IN JURTS HANDS
TAFT'.SEES GREAT MINE.
BUTTE. Mont., 'Sept. 27. Presi
dent Taft entered Montana early
this morning and made his first stop
iif this city. During the forenoon he
visited the: smelter of the great Ana
conda eooner mine, He arrived at
Helena this afternoon and will spend
tomorrow in Spokane.
ADMIRAL BARCLAY DEAD.
BOSTON. Sept. 27. Admiral
Chai. 3. Barclay died here today.
Admiral Barclay was bom Sept. 8,
1843, and was retired SeDt. 8, 1803.
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fashions for the
women" of Amer
ica ; New York
the fashions 'for
are made in New
York and repre
sent the best in
ship, and materials.
Aigjunciits began this morning In
thu second trial of thu Walpiihii riot
crs. When court convened at 8:30
Mr. I'roBser, who has becy associated
with City mid County Attorney Culh-
cart In the prosecution of llio rami, defendants In this cane.'
"Single handed, with nothing tint deuce presented and declared that If
rowilvciti for defenso nml tho law thu law was to bo vlqdlcutcd and up
back of them," declared I'rosser, "llio held tho defendants must bo found
poll co officers, confronted tho mob of guilty.
enraged men, among whom wciu llio At 12:30 the jury was excused for
made thu opening talk to tho Jury, Ink.
una ono hour for tho conclusion of his
leniurks. 1'iosncr summarized tho
eWdencc that was Introduced by Iho
pitiHcciitinn in coiitliic'lng latigiiago
iitul declared that upon" the evidence
iuihuilltcd no verdict hut one of guilty
us charged could ho uxpcctul.
I'lObHer compared thu lelalho
weight that toutd bo hltachcd to the
testimony of men of recognised stand
ing and veracity, naming Scoxlllo and
tho police officcm and thu defendants
themselves uho naturally had nu end
lo servo that toiild best bo secured
by chuonlent loss of memory and
Stocks & Bonds
You are perhaps considering dis
posing of some of your securities or
of making additional purchases un
drr 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.
1'rosser urged tho Jury to vlndlratoi
tho laws of Hawaii and the United j
Slates, stating that a Irtw plainly writ
ten upon thu statute books by tho will
of the pooplo had been openly and de
liberately violated by tho defendants.
Prossor was followed by Attornoy
Mghtfoot for tile defense, who talked
for two bonis on tho contentions of ihu
defense. Ho Insisted that tho Jury was
being nslti'd to convict tho ten Japan
ere defendants "on thn theories of
tho prosecution" and that thero wns
n eoncliihho lack ot material evidence
Tho closing nrgumunt wns made by
City nml County Attorney Cuthcnrt,
who replied It) some of tho statement!!
inado by Mghtfoot, Catheurt Insisted
that tho Jury was being nskedfor n
crillrt of guilty as charged upon tho
plain v Idenco of tho c.iso and not up
on theories. Ho summarized thn evl-
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Sept. 27.
Governor Gillett made the official
address of welcome to the National
Guard, which is holding its annual
convention here. Thousands of peo
nle thronecd to hear him. while the
lesrimental bands enlivened the oc
casion with' patriotic music. A big
STANDING OF AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club. ,V. I... I'd.
Detroit AS fil
I'hlladelphla S3 53
IIobIoi 81 r!l
Chicago 73 - 71
Cleveland 70 "G
New York r,D 71
St. I-ouls 59 R.-
Washington 38 I Of?
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 27. A serifs of
slight shocks were felt h:re today,
indicating the presence cf nn earth
aukke in this vicinity.
YOU CAN BANK ON
CANDY ALWAYS BEING FRESH.
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
The jury failed to arrive at a ver
dict at 2 o'clock and were locked up
again. It is said the jury is hung up
by three who are standing ont for
acquittal. Some look for a verdict
soon, while others believe it will be
MELILLA, Morocco, Sept. 27.
The Spanish troops today occupied
Sept. 29, '09
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Xing St Phone 15,
Captain Benson, chief of staff on,
board thn Tennessee. In talking this
morning nbotit the speed trials hold
last week, remarked that ocr thing
had been very satisfactory.
"The ships behaved thcinsehes lory
well, nnd nil the officers who bad
charge of tho engine rooms ileseno
credit ft-r the way their ships behaved.
"I urn Kiitlnfled that tho department
will also bo pleased ns wns Admiral
Through tho courtesy of Captain
llenson the following olllc'liil results
were obtained, ,
South D.ikota .
Sebreo In tho results, nnd e all hopo. California , 120.D
that'on our next siecd test the ships Tho tennis tournament for tho sluglo
win oven do better. I (Continued on Page 4)
for a long,
A man can take is running.
Your feet encased in a pair ot these elk flexible shoes
will make you feel like 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
- OPEN, SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Tel.' 282.
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time,
THE HASH CO., Ltd.
Cor. Foit and Hotel.
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Hollister Drug Co.
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