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IMOIIgOllll Oct. 11
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Bulletin Advertising is Good Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
VOL. XI. HO. 4430.
16 PAGES.HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAn, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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SAN FRANCISCO. .Oct. 2. A
slcamshin rate war has started
among the lines opernting on the
Soutli Pacific Coast. Today the rate
quoted from this pert to Los An
geles was one dollar. The lines arc
doing a rushing business, and if the
war continues an added impetus will
be Riven the crowds coming in this
direction to the Portola Fcsthal.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2. Admiral
Clcbornc died here today.
Clulslophcr James Clobomo van
limn In Hdlnhurgh, Suitliiml, Dec.
Ifi. 1S:IS. lie i;ruc1u.ltcl fiom tlio
ITuhcisIt) of Pi-nuBj Iv.-uil i in 1S(0.
Appointed nsslstant sutginn (jf t lie
II. 8. Nny In October. 1SC3. iln
letlrid v i I Ii rimk of mir udmliul
Nn. in, 1891). Ho rcnod In i:uio
pem Siniiidion, and besides nmiiy
notable military nchloemenls, wih
ii noted wiltci unit authority on
Went Up In Smoke,
IMltor II v e n I n g Hill lot In:
- In ono of )om Issues iinilei the
lieadliiK ' IJIrIii Was Asked" 1) Mr.
llnhtoln lir send in Ills 1)111, wlilc.ll
Is known tluoiigliotit tlio land as tlio
giafl i In tin on tlio Cuim;ro8lonu np
pi epilation, permit mo lo sn Unit
Mr. Holstein neor asked .Mr, Hlgln
Jo present such a hill, la fact tlio
Hint lime Mr. Ilolslclu know tliat
Midi a iliilm was to lio mado was
when lio was In formed u liy ouo of
tlio loniiiilllcomen wliii ii((oin) inleil
tlio ('ongiesslonnl party fiom Hono
lulu, anil when Mr. Hlglu Kqiusteil
lil nili Miiuliers under Terrllorlnl
Tin in In uiUn Ills (Inlm on, Mr. Hoi
hlelu I e felled hlni lo Senator Woods,
Vlio li.id ilmifio of buth liiullcrs,
T ARGE assort--"
merit of the
newest styles now
ready in ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
in Honolulu only
Cm. Tort and Hotel.
No Launching At Newport
News Was Ever Done
MISS TENNEY DID HER
IMPORTANT PART WELL
Details of Launching Malson Liner
Which Is to Be Tut On Local
Run Captain Johnson Was
'I In1 Dally Press of Newport Mows,
Va , publlshm I lie following under
ilnto of Sept. 19:
Chilstuicd bj MlsiWIIhclmlun T li
ne) of Honolulu, tlio Mntson .Niulgn
tlni) Cumimio'H IiIk new height anil
puiHiiigcr steamer Wllhclmliin, tlie
tlilrct Impost craft of lier tjpu cer
liullt itio, wns successfully latinihcd
nt tlio plant of tlio Newport News
Shipbuilding & Dry Dot k Coinp.iny at
I0:ti1 o'clock ycstenlay moiuliig. Onl)
H small paity of Imlted guests wit
nessed llio cent.
""rVrria'uncliliiB nt tlio local y.uit was
nny prettier tlmn tills one. Long bo
foro tlio rawing of tlio solo pieces
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,111111 when Mr. IIIrIii telephoned Mr.
Holstein that his hill for "Knter
liilnuieiit of ConBiesmc,n" was in
IIIU IICIRIIDOlllUOII Ol 1,1 mv, iioi-
stolu KuowliiR that two Congress
men icmiilued with Mr. Illgln nt Ma-
'linliOliu over nlKlit), ho was icqucst
ed lo Itemize the ilalm, ns the com
mltteo did not Intend Id pay out aiiv
moneys oi O. K. any claims uiiIcjj
that was douo.
If tlio $17 sr, was for the enter
tainment of the CoiiRiessiiicn who
leimiliu-d oei nli;hl with Mr. HIrIii,
the hill would lmo hcen O. k'il, hut
I. mining when tlio hill cniuc. In that
It was pilntlpally for Iiooo and
smoke foi u RiitheriiiK of six com-
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Was Thr eatene
SHRINER TRIP HAS
U Votcntnlc C. O. Dockus of Aloha
Toinplo wrllts Nolilo i: 0. U
Injtionn under dnto of Scptcnihcr it
II 21 Hint on tlio W(dlicsdn) pro- St
M vluus thcro wero nluoty-two ae- U
M ccptttiiroM recolMd hy Iho Com- U
tt nilttvu of Islam Temple In charge tt
It of (Jio exc urslon to Kllnuoi. Tlio it
tt complttto adjoin ntd lo meet on tt
tt tlio afternoon of Beplomhcr 12, tt
tt when tho reports fiom lio Shrln- tt
tt trs at Los-AtiKeles, I'prthmd, 1a tt
tt toma, Penttlo unit othtr plncc1
tt would ho tinned In. It was thoiitt
tt tho opinion of tho Islam commit- tt
tt tee Hint Iho trip would hp a "co." tt
it Tlio Orcnilc Company has tt
tt ilKleod lo hpend $20 000 on the tt
tt Hlitr.i In put tho ship In coudl- tt
: lion to meet tho approval of tt
tt MoydJ, eipilp her with wireless St
tt teIcKMih and in iko cerythlnK"tt
tt to the biitHfuetlon of tlm Shrln- tt
tt ers. tiockcr, rilmer and other St
tt prominent Shriners are all mix- tt
tt Ions to mnko tho trip. st
tt st st tt tt st n tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
$500 FOR FAMILIES
OF MEN KILLED
Indemnity Provided For
Tho families of Mannolo and Hon
kneu, thu Hawaiian lahorers who went
to mull an untimely death on Sci.lt ni
her 30 In tho fatal railway tunnel ac
cident at Diamond Head, will ticclvu
approximately $500 each, iiwHr tuo
provisions of an Act of Coiir.b3
passed April 11, 1908. Tills Act Bi.inlii
to tho families of laborers and arti
sans emplojeil In Pederal Kcnku n
tci tain Indemnity based ou thu w-iroh
of tlio men for n jenr after tlio ds
ability of Iho tniplojis.
In regard to tho report that tho
hiiikua ncio ileftclho ou the ens,
Mill, it Wfnitlfiu' u.1,1 llilu iti,ii-nlii(. ill it'
the cms wero not hiippoted to ho opot
uted with hr.ikos lit nil. Thill liny
wero humllul entliel) Ii) cable, o.i a
halunru sjstcm, that Is, ono cable haul
InK up ono car nnd luttlng unother
down to hahinco It.
"lliu loaded curs apparently got
away before tho cable was attache 1.
Tho men jumped and tried to htnp
them, hut they had Rained too iniiili
of u start, As It was they ntncd on
tlio track until three quarters of tlio
way through tho tunnel."
Hooknea Is said to hnve aclod 'icio
lf .illy, nnd lost his Ufa practically ill
an attempt to save Mannolo. A end
ing to tho story, Mauuolo Jumped for
tho loaded cars when they started nt
Iho lop of tho Incline, hut belli;.; mi
able to slop them or get off, Hool.iu. i
rushed to Iho nlil of his friend. Thus
You Have Never
Had An Accident
VOII SAY? WnLIi, WHAT Sl(
ciniiTv iiavi: vou koii Tin: ru-1
Timu? you si3i3 ou iiijah or
i'i:oi'f,i: iiniNo iKJimci) uvi:iiy,
DAY. IIAVi; US
Write You An Accident
ON13 THAT IS I.IHHUAI-, III'-TO-DATH
AND IN AN A-t COMPANY.
632 Fori St,
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. 2. A sen
sation v.as caused here today by the
action of a man who was apparent-
ly striving to Ret near President Taft
to do him injury.
The guards about the President
were attracted by this man carrying
a camera, who was forcing his way
through the crowds in an attempt to
reach the Taft automobile. Tho
man was arrested, and when taken
into cusioay was touna to nave a
revolver and amunition in his pock-
ets. He eave his name as Arthur
Wright and claims to be a tourist
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 2.
results in the games of the American
and National Leagues today are as
Brooklyn 0, Boston 2.
Brooklyn 0. Boston 1.
New York 2, Philadelphia 5.
New York 1. Philadelphia 2.
Chicago 3, Pittsburg 1.
Cincinnati 3. St. Louis 8.
Philadelphia 6. Washington 5.
Philadelphia 7, Washington 2.
Boston 5, New York 6.x
Boston 6, New York 1.
Detroit 8, Chicago 8
The last game was called at the
end of the tenth inning owing to
ftarl'MA.0 .ntilnra 2m
darkness setting in.
QETS HUNGRY AND
GIVES HIMSELF UP.
l'our ln)H of freedom was Just
enough for Pablo Alelso, tho Terri
torial tonvlct who escaped from tho
RntiR Inst Wednesday whon It was
working at Kaplohuil Park.
I-iist nlfiht ho wandered Into tin
Teriltniial prison In n vory dejec'
ed manner nnd riivo himself up, say
Iiir that ho was hungry nnd wanted
something lo cat. Diamond Head
nrfnided n good shelter, hut no ta
ho sacrificed his llfo for tho other In n
most heroic manner, Mnnuolo Is said
to hnvo shouted (o Hooknea to Jump
off and suvo himself, hut tho latter re -
iiiseii ami went to ills dtuth without
Hvery attention Is being shown o
tho families or tho men by tho mili
tary authorities, to lessen their suf
fcring. YOU CAN BANK ON
CANDY ALWAYS BEING
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION
HAWAIIAN COMMERCIALjTELEPHONE PLANS
EXTRA THIS MONTH1
tt Alexander & rinldwln received SS
tt n cablegram this forenoon stnt- St
tt Iiir that at a meeting of tho tt
SS Hoard of Directum of tho lln- SS
tt nnllan Commercial & Sugar Co, SS
tt held today In Snn Francisco, nn
tt extra dh blend of 2 per cent on
SS tho capital stock of the company tt
tt was declared duo and pa able on SS
tt Octoher 15, 1909. SS
SS ' This will rIc tho stockholders SS
SS an additional $tf,2SG.tU this SS
SS month. tt
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 1. Sugar
96 degree centrifugals, 4.20 cents
or 84 ner ton. Previous quotation,
Beets 88 analysis. 10s 10 l-2d.
Paritv. 4.29 cents
tion. 12s 7 l-2d
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IS LOWCSt Of The FOUr
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Diauers un museum
In rcsonso to tlio solicitation of tho
trustees of tho Illshop Museum, tlio
bids for tho now I.ahratory woro
opened this mornliiK, anil showed it
Breat varlutlnn In tho estimate:. The
contract will probably feo to tlio low
jest bidder, who Is Chalmers, at u fig
i lire or $43,003. Thu estimated cost of
tho structure was $50,000,
I Tliq I.ahratory, tho plans of which
have been published In full, in for the
purpors of scientific rchoarrh nnd to
hniisn bclentlflc archives. Tlio four
bids opened are us follows:
Craig, $66,000; Lucas Urns., $nionn,
Concrete Construction Co, $53,500:
SAILORS VS. LOCAL
On Monday afternoon there will ho
nn InlorcBtlng tennis matU. between
tight fleet offlcors and Ci,;'.il plaeis
I mm tho local claim. Tho ctents will
bo plajed oil tho Pacific courts and
should provo very Interesting.
Tho following officers will represent
the fleet: llradford. Holmes. Marlon
Cnrncntcr. Nicholson. Henderson, int
tlefleld and Moses. Tlio locnl plajers
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win no Beacieu louny ami it if expect'
cd that a very strong comlm-atlon will
go up against tho fleet ulur'-rs
CONCERT AT 8EA3IDE HOTEL.
The IJrncBt Kaal Clco Club will pln
and sing at the Seaside Hotel tomor
row afternoon and during tho dinner
hours nnd I ntho evening.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 188
Oct. 6, '09
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
1 72 King St' Phone 8'
for a long,
liollister Drug Co.
! Mutual Withdraws $20,000
Intended For Country
WILLINB TO PROVIDE FOR
COUNTY AND CITY WIRES
Ex-Governor Carter Says Their Prop
osition will Be More of a Saving
to the County in the Future
Than by Present Ordinance.
Not only are thoro piosptts of so
rlmiM dvla) mill a prolonged holdup In
tho establishment of the now auto
matic tilephono Bstcm on account of
tho street cxcaatlun ordinance ncenl
ly passed hy the Itoaid of Kupenlvirs
hut e Governor Cuitir, treasuter of
Iho MnUril, suld this morning that tho
hLtlon or tho Hoard has held up tho
expenditure of $20,000 to linpune nnd
fncllltito the lelcphono K.vnleni
throughout tho country districts
Ileforo tlio ordinance was piFse.1,
the atorne)s for the Mutual confcircd
with Deputy County Attorney Mther
ton, with thu purpose of drawing up
an Hgrcenu nt, by which tho tolephnno
compan) would rcrcrvo space lu their
conduits for tho police and fire wires
and keep them In repair during tho
life of Us i barter (27 years). Tho
company also agreed lo Include coun
ty and city wires hercor its system
The condition on which tho eon)
pany would do all this was to ho ux
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Talk On Monday.
Tlio talk on 'Our Navy," hy Captain
Klskc, which wus to h.uo been glw.n
H'sterday afternoon under tho aus
pices of the Navy l.eiguo, was un
avoidably postponed until .Monday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock.
All day jcbtcrday and bite Into tlio
night the crew of tho (llacler, and do -
tails from tho other ships In the fleet,
were busy taking out or her hold
stores Tor the fleet which bae been
waited for patiently.
It Is hoped that nil her stores will
be unloaded today and coaling com
menced m that the will he able to
leave wllh tho rest of the Meet on
Tuesday, Uvcry tort of storis were
on board, and, n number of goods
wlilch woro consumed on Iho trip
down nnd during tho rt.i hero have
been replenished. I
Yesterday afternoon the cruiser
Mm j land, Captain (ill more, which has
been bliig outside for n wick, hnvo up
her anchors nnd entered tlm harbor
shortly beforo 5 o'clock and look her
Made of tan Rus-,in leather and is one of E. P. Reed's
latest and daintiest styles. Just like the pictuic,
(Open Saturday Evening.)
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Ltd.,
1061 Fort St,
NEW ?0RK. Oct. 2. The cuttel
new of the battleship Ninncsotr
uon the Battcnburg cup today in the
international rnccs held in conncc
tion with the Hudson-Fultoa cclc
bratiou. The men of the Loumann
came second, and the bent of the
British warship Drake wan third.
BOSTON Oct. R. The Rcpubli
cans in State convention today re
ncminatcd T,, S. Draper ns the can
didatc for Governor in the fall cam
MADRID. Oct. 2. The Spanish
will hold the tciritory they havr
gained in the recent battles witl
the Moors and will demand an in
demnity of twenty millions of dol
lurn nf Morocco,
empt from tho nstcssniuit of 50 cen
place In tho berth vne.itcd b thu On
.rornla One or tho pictllett ilnoltlitt
iicn for many a day hero, wiitMh
light that those on thu fiout v.'ui
Comltu lulu tlio Harbor nt ivtiioi
eruto spetd, when nearly (fiipot-ltjitli
mial liares, made u liunWi
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iiarunpori ami tamo nioiigsiUelr
! going ahiad or nslcin being neiesintrv
as Is mi oftin the .iw with alilpiguM
lug nlonguldo of n dock. ?9 5
Bedford Coaled. "3
Coaling operations on Iho Ileilfrir'l
w hit It took up Iho whole of yestoiftra.';
weio flnlbhed shorlljv before nililnigbl
Inst night and today shoro IllirriJwli
lie granted to nil h uidii. I.asl'iiiglil
the crow took on a spec l.il spurt,',h5Tn
to bo fiio today to sto tho ttiiirfV
mluglo wllh tho ollur iiieiiow.iiBm)
now In port, i"'
Petty Officers' Dance.
ItespUndeiil In tlulr hltio unlfnrn
coals with rhcwoui d noting tho!
mnk, the Chief Petty orators ofTtli
Paclllc licit rceeUed Iho ptoplo of lfi
iiolulu last night, nt tho most siujeoai
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