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1 For San Francisco:
Alumed.i Sept. 29
Am-.UICI Oct. 10
Miirntuu , Oct. 13
Bulletin Advertising is Good Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
VOI. XI. NO. 4423.
10 PAGES. HONOLUIU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1009. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CEKTS.
T AFT for SHP SUBSIDY
Her Unrequited Affection
Drove Mrs. Kelsey
. , , ,
WITNESSES TELL OF
.WOMAN'S PRIVATE LIFE
Scene of Death Purposely Chosen as
Being Near to the House
of Doctor for Whom Her At
tachment Whs Formed.
Hiilrldo Cnim i1ihiuii Icury wns tho
M'lillct or the eoioiior's Jury sllllir;
over tlio ruiimliiM of .Mm. Helen 1'
Kclsoy 1-iHt mglit, after tlio cx.imlu.v
lion of many wltnesseii.
A eutipo fcir I In woman's brondln,j
w.m. found In iliu mtipt or letters llfld
letters written tu lir. K If. Clntk mid
which were In her milt ciso. In sub
stance they spell "iinicqultcd utlie
ll'in" ami the rclf-clnnon plaeo of her
iluath wan piirposily near tho ho.ise
ot tliu (Inctor, At tho Inquest 'last,
night, Dr. Clark stated that IiIh ileal
lugs with tho unhappy woman were of
u business nature although win or her
Iflti-nriiirntloiidt their long ucipi.tlnt '
iiiuo iiml uiutlei'H or unit n 1 1 Inlereit
to lioth, upbuilding him for not Inking
any rurther Intcicst In her In HiIh
letter she tlucntcheil to tako lier life
n r It was or no further iuo to her.
. The Hint witness calleil wns .Manuel
ilu Costa tlio Janitor, who found the
I'oily lu tho morning. IIo first thought
It wan a drunken Bailor and paid no
liu ther ntteutlon to It limit ho hap
pened In so closer nud'holWcd Hint It
was u woman.
, Mrs. Ilipal was next called and told
of the two shots rhv clulmeil to havo
heard Iiml hetween 5 und (i lu the
inniiiltig. I.ntcr tcstlm ay showed
In r to lu wiimg'ln connecting what
ever i hu heard wlthNliu shot that end
ed tho llfo of tho rchoolicaelier. Throe
I'ovh who wuio 111 the Kanichauieha
Aliiiunl .ClulihoiiH) at alriut 111 o'eloek
Tuesday night were calleil and tustl
lied to having lieard one idiot Hied
tihoiil that tlmo anil it-itcil purltl!)'
that the Found eamo from the direction
or I lie poreli of tho rear building ft lino
tho deed wan committed. As there
had boon lint olio shot fired rroni tlio
gnu, the tluio of her death eau he tret
at Id o'eloek Tuesday evening.
Miss Necdhnm testified to iiltcndlilK
a meeting nl tho school teacherti In
(Continued on Page 5)
k ?r iff' r sf
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PARIS. France, Sent. 30. James
J. Jeffries, the champion heavy
weight of the world, started in act
ive training today for ht3 match
with Jack Johnson. Jcffiics has
been taking the waters of Carlsbad,
and he is now living on a regular
Two Hnwullnns hurt at Tort Huge.-
ni lu.oU this afiernoiiii tiled at
Ihe (lueeu'tllodpllal. The men welt:
vvoil.lug on the tunnel leading
thioui;h tlio volcano lu tho llooi or
tho ernter when it ear rap- of Hie
tincU pinning the two men licue.illi
It. They Were rushed to tho Qi'ccu'4
lloHpllul nt oiu-e hut their 1'ijurtsr
wine, mi Dovoru thut they were tiuajJu
lo survive. .k
GOOD DEET NEWS
I.ot of monry was let looso lu tho
town today through tho legul.ir dlvl
ileudb iiml lots moru will tie uvnllahlo
lomorrow when tlio flvo hundred thou
band dollaru of il.illiu end Pain Imndi
me paid olf.
Among tho dividends pahl tnd.i) that
nro not usually on Ihe lint qio tho $!V
COO oxtrn or .Mak'tvvcll and tho ono pel
cent quarterly on tlio common stuel' nt
tho Rapid Transit company.
Tho market geni-inHy wan fairly no
llvo hut It did nut respond ns ipiIcMy
as unit iiiIkIiI expect to tho rom.irkalilo
licit ijuotatlou of yesterday afternoon,
IlcelH Jilinped from lid. I'd lo lis. i'.4d.
or a pailty of t.ns cents, which h!ouii
that Iho ICuiopean licet emp iihoiaK
Is not u mutter of Imagination.
Tlio cheaper stocks aio eomlni; IntiT
tho list of liuyiiiK'ortlci'R theso ilujh.
Olua und Mellrdo wero tho only
Blocks sold on Iho hoard today and lad
Olaa sold jeslerday afternoon nt H.'tti.
(Continued on Page 5)
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.
Babbitt ' Throws Light
SAME AS LAST TaR10'!!!..'" !
Although Term Is Mentioned in Let
ters of Appointment, Year's As
signment Is Really Meant
What Has Aroused Teachers.
No revolutionary chanKo has
(illled lu tho lerni of iippoWtniPiil
f -i teachers, wns tho substaui'v of u
sl.i'eincnt ni.ut l!ils inornli'r, by Sa
le iitemleiil of l'uhllc li'slruclloii
llilitillt after lieliiK Infoiolcd tli.it
tlo Teal hem' Association .it i!,t
'mcIIiik yester-Jay was lti i-;. to
(lUiiUo tho iippiiliitmuiiti I'oi ih)
school term only liutcad of Mi tliu
full bcliool ear, as was d:clared lo
I-; the rule In tlio past.
"There Is no Intention on tip),
part ot tho Department ot l'uhllc Iti-i
htructlbn to cniiM) n feolliiK of tin-
canines among Iho teachers." said
Mr. lialiLltt." Tho manner or ap-
liolutinctit this year docs not illffcr
materially fiom that of last year.
Tho appointment for tlio term Klved
tho Oopartmctit 11 greater degreo of
leeway In making ehangs that are
rcuulred us tho school term progress-'
cs ami which como as a mnttcr ot
"When 1111 appointment Is mailo It
Is understood to ho tor tho school
)ear unless circumstances " arlso
that lunkn 11 rlilinen nrlvllttilitn Thorn
Is no Intention ot a general read
Jiistmcnl of tho school nsslRiimonts
at the end of the 'term."
In connection with tho statement
that thoro wns slight difference lu
tho lutinnur of wording tho notices
of appointment , this J car, Superin
tendent lt.iljl.lt t compared tlio noti
fications or 1!)0S und 11109.
The notification letter tent (o tho
teachers lu 10ns tends us follows:
"You nro hereby notified or your
....appointment In tho
school for tho term be
ginning September 14, 1908, 11 1 a
salary of S per month. Jf
you do not desire to incept this ap
pointment, will you kindly notlfly
this department at once? It Is ex
pected that nil teachers will famll
Urlzo thenibchcs with the rules and
regulations of this Department
Tho notification letter of this year,'1" tnkc" "n ,'oar'1 Mm" '"'.'"'K '"
read as follows:
-,. ,.r i..'i ,.nn,.i ...
lu Iho School"1"""
for the term beginning September
111, 1909, at a salary or I
Continued on Pace 2)
You Have Never
Had An Accident
YOII "HAY? WRUi, WHAT 8K
CIIHITV IIAVR YOU TOlt TIIK KU
TUHKT YOU HKK Oil HKAIl Or'
I'UOPI.R IIICINtJ INJUItKM EVKHY
DAY. HAVE US
Write You An Accident
ONi: THAT IS IJIIKKAIi, UI'-TO-DATi:
AND IN AN A-l COMPANY.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 30. The
double defeat that was administered
limiliuil imKUU "m tuutty win
'give the pennant of the American
league to Detroit. The first of the
world's championship scries will be
played at Pittsburcr October 8 be
tween Pittsburg and Detroit.
I The results of the big league
cames were as fellows: ,
Ihiladclchia 3, Chicago 8.
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 0.
Boston 0. Dcttoit 7.
Hew York 4. St. Louis 4. Called
at end of ninth owiutr to darkness.
Pittsburg 2. New York 0.
Pittsburg 9. New York 1.
St. Louis 2, Boston 4.
3TAN0INQ OF AMERICAN LEAGUE
Clilli. W. v I..
. -W......M B3
I'lillailelphla T9I S5
iiostou sr nt
Chlcaso ............ 711 72
Cleveland 70 78
New York .71 75
Bt, l.onls C9 ,R7
Washington ID 107
8TANDINQ OF NATIONAL LEAGUE
St, l.onlh ...
Illletin Dusitiest Olhce Phone 230.
Rnllftin TMitnrinl Rnmn Phnnr IHIi
Thii crack cruiser Washington,
which is Hlongsldn of the Oceanic
wharf, Is tho sceno of great activity
today, as coal fs lining placed on
hoard In record tlmo, so as to allow
the Hngllsh cruiser lledford tu come
In and take coal. '
Fourteen hiindicd odd tons will
Ah soon as coaling Is
.'finished tile, will go over to tho Quar
'nntlne wharf to remain until tlio
With her enormous homeward
bound pennant Hying proudly from
hur main truck, tho U. H. gunboat
Concord, Captain Behoflcld, left her
dock shortly after 8 o'clock this
morning for llreniorton Navy Yary,
wliero she will go out of comtnls
slum All day )eslcrday things wero put
YOU CAN BANK ON
CANDY ALWAYS BEING FRESH.
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
$460,000 DEAL IN
Big Stock Transaction
Was Put Through
At $250 Per
'TWAS AMONG LOCAL PEOPLE
AND MONEY STAYS HERE
Last Previous Sale Made in August
at 201 One of Largest Trans
actions in ocal Securities Made
Klghlccii hundred anil forty
slimes of stock In Alexander & Bald
win changed linmls jestcrdny at
S2fil) 11 share.
This deal between two of tho
leading fluiiuileis ot the Territory
constitutes 0110 or the largest ot Us
kind 011 lecord and gives a .very good
lino on the anion nt of money avail
able In the Islands fur first-class In
W'stuiciit, as well lis the conlldcnce
or business leaders In Hawaii's ru
Four liuniMruil nnd sixty thousand
ilollnis Is the amount of monoy In
volved In (he deal, and iililinugh (lie
names of Iho principals arenot-piib-llr,
the nssurance Is given that the
money obtained from tills transac
tion will be Invested in othor enter
prises of Hawaii.
Tho last previous sale of Alexan
der & lluldwln stock was on Aug. 20,
when a sale was made at 201. This
shows tho A. & II. stuck to be ono
or the most attractive to he had by
largo Investors, und us a matter ot
fact It Is so closely held that sales
are not frequent.
The Henry Wntnrhouso Trust Co.
put tile transaction through.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. Su
gar Beets. 88 analysis, 12s 71-2d.
Parity, 4.88 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis Od.
In readiness for the trip, which will
probably take at least eleven iIrvb.
During Iho day n number of sick
meu rroni tho different ships of tho
fleet woro sent on board, as were
some prisoners who nro to ho court-
ninrtlulcd for nfTcnscs committed.
Tho otllcers or tho ship expect to
ho Imnsrorrod to tho crulsor Mur
lilchrnd as soon ns they arrive, an
extensive alterations have been
mndn on this ship which did such
food work In Cuban wators during
the Hiwnlsh war. As soon ait the
Marbleheud is commissioned she will
leave for Manila to Join tho third
squadron of the Pacific fleet, pass
ing through hero en route.
(CoHnued on Page 3)
g9-"ror Rtnt" card on uli at
h Bulletin oftica.
Oofc. 6, '09
Next Fruit Boat
72 Xing St. Phone 15.
for a long,
A 1 1 CVR
Acting Secretary t'oopcr In lila
letter to the. Promotion t'ouimlttcu
this uttcrnoon says.
While wo all know that our work
ot the past several je.us Is bringing
contlnuall) gicutcr tesults In the
number ot persons who me tiiiiilng
their ntlentioti to this illrccltnn.l
nml tho public giiiernlly b begin- .orcd grunting subsidies ns the means,,
nlng nisi) to appreciate ihe fact; 0f restoring the Aircncan merchant
there are n nuinher of features In marine end to promote ths cosuncrce
this very success that are H'Hrult of the Pacific. He stated that there
lo handle. I rcior to the Increasing js nf) subjcrt of greater iniuortnnco
number or limulrles rroni persons rnow l,cfon the American nconlc.
small means who want to loinn lo
Hawaii to tako up agricultural pur-
suits, or to oblaln einployuienl.
row, the policy ot Iho Hawaii
Promotion Committee has ntwa)s
been conservatlvu and honest. All
of our printed matter speaks
(Continued on Page C)
At 2 o'rh'i k this afternoon, Iho Ger
man crlilser Arcona was off llurber i
Point, iMiundliig up to tako her plain
in tho International galaxy or ships
Ihnt are lying In ami about Honolulu
Harbor. Shu Is two days ahead or Hi--
dale set tor her appearance mid she
makes the eleventh man-of-war ns
rembliM here. As jet no dato of ilo
partii'n Tor her Is known but It Is piob
fcliV that sho will remain until nflcr
lie American fleet leaves for Admli-
nliy islands on October 3.
RUSH TO PAY
Thoro was ipilto a gathering of Tei
ritorlat cmpto)es In front of the "p ly
ing" window or Iho Tax Olllco in Iho
Judiciary building this morning. Tho
notification ot tho fact that no Tcirl
torlal salaries would bo drawn by de
linquents until nil lnilcbteiliiLr.:t In tho
Government through an cars !u laxei
had been paid up had nu instni". effect
Tim delinquent list of Terrlloiiul eie-
plojees was practically reduced to u
(Continued on Page 4)
The htiFchull team of Ilia National
(luard of Hawaii has, through Ilu
captain, challenged tho best team of)
Admiral Scbreu's Heel to play u
gaino next Sunday afternoon on tho'
League grounds. The challenge, It
Is said, has been accepted, and tho
two learns are now hard at work for
Iho great day.
A man can take is running.
Your feet encased in i pair of these elk flexible shoes
will make vou 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 tho doctor out.
- OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
.. f.A ri n f j
SEAinn. Wash.. Sept. 00. Re-
storation of the Auicritau merchant
imarit.e ui.s Hie sjblccl uf President
Tail's .ftldrasj dcl:vr.-.l toiiy be
fore a rtrcnicnilous crowd.
Th 7ns!iliit in Ins rctr.nilM fav-
w l.-i.t .i... tli ,ir or ciirlit mil-
.lions of dcllm' nrofit now made
from tl. forcitnt mails is suhlcieut
'i. gnhsidisc '"VCral
il American lines
to the Orient and South America.
'THaring his tour of tlie grounds
fnr4Kr.' Taft vLsiUd .the Hawaiian build-
inland n3pcar;d -very much pleased
with the rictiitiott given him nnd
ratified with the excellence of the
NEW YORK. Sept. CO. Explorer
Peary's ship Roosevelt, in which he
made the successful trip that final
ly ended in the discovery of the
Ncrth Pole, arrived hero toJay and'
wns the center of a great demon-
stratiou from warships and c.tcur-
sicn nsrties sailing dow'n the La7.
The Roosevelt will participate in
i the rlcsiug features of the Hudson-
PORTSMOUTH, Englrind, Scut.
The Inttlcsltip Nentunc, one
the momlers of the lnrcer British I
navy, was successfully launched)
here today. j
BAY STATE DEMOCRATS..
BOSTON. Mass.. Sent. 30.
DemcrratA In RtAtn rnnvenlinn 1m..
today nominnted James H. Vahcy as'
their candidate for Governor. ,V''i
rL .' t . imimiVJ
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time.
Telephone 30 1,
932 Fori St.
rocuuiiauurers anue uj., Lid., u
Hollister Drug Co.
1051 Fort St. Tel. 232. ' 1
THE KAM CO., Ltd.
Cor. Foit and Hotel,