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VOL. XI. HO. 4442.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERMTOEY.oVhAWAH, SATTJEDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909. 1( PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 16. John
son knocked Kctchell out in the
twelfth round. A (treat crowd as
sembled in the bite arena to witness
the 20 round go between Jack John
son, the black champion, and Stan
The first round was auite tame,
but after that thines beiran to warm
un. and the nnirilist wnt ot mpIiI
other in gooff style. Jack Welch
acted as referee. Johnson gets 63
cent of the toss reeeints. Ketch
ell 35 per cent. Johnson tipped the
scales at 196 pounds on entering the
ring, Kctchell 176 pounds. Both
mc nwere in perfect trim. The
crowd was enthusiastic and the bet
ting heavy, most of the odds being
on Johnson. The last round was
fought at 3:10 p. m.
SAN FBANCISCO, Oct. 16. The
British cruisers Shearwater and Al
gcrine and the German cruiser Ar
cona arrived here today to attend
the Portola festival.
Of Trustees Is
The master's tepurt on the twenty,
eighth annual net mint ot tho trus
tees of tho ostnto of W. C. I.uuallto
has Ik en tiled by Job llatthelor.
Tim period covered Is ono cnr to
July 31, tho account of tho trustees
being iiiumipnnlcd by 413 outliers. I reinvest tho proceeds lu mortgages
'Ihe trustees charge, thcmsolves f mid u per tent Intorest bearing
wllh $r3,0K.40 fiom all toiirLCH bonds, at n valuation below par,
during the enr and ask to bo n!-, which me Incrcablng in vuluo stead
lowed tho sum of $rl,r1.05. Tho lly."
total expenses for tho j ear Included Tho accounts woro approved by
$10,007.70 for tho I.uiinlllo homo Jiulga Hoblnsou this morning.
You'll Sleep Well in These
Hig New Stock
Well made and cut on up
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
'Cor. Fort rind Hotel Sts.
Capital of Paia and
At a meeting ot tlin stockholder uf
P.ila mill llnlku plantation this nicirti
Ing In tlic olTlco i( Alexii'idtl & Uald-
In, tile capital slock of tho two plan
tations was trolilul, Pnla "mm $730,000
tn $2:50 000 nml Haiku ,rom t'lonOii
to $l,GQonoo TliI lucre mp In cipltal
represents mi accumulated surplus or
many )eirs which Is rcpioscnted lij
irluil assets of Ino corporations.
Ihe plnntilloni fomt r. pill (it tho
li"1llnjm of II o Jlmil Agricultural com-1
pay, tho assets which aru tho unit
EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 16 Presi
dent Taft and President jTJiai of
Mexico met at Cudad Juarez today
and exchanged courtesies as the
chief magistrates oft heir nations.
A 'lanre number of nrominent per
sons were present at the meeting ot
the presidents or the
' -, 1
Now AHslstanl "How do nm pro
liiiiinro Imtterlnu'? '
Old Giocer "Tho Last syll ib'o Is
silent." Cle eland lender.
nml for the estate S1.78S.70.
Tho Imestmonls jind securities
held li tho triiHtrcs! William O.
Smith. Mary S. Parker and I!. A.
Mott-Smltli as of Aug. t. 100S, In
iludo bill icccUablo, $91,370; bonds.
sr.1,319.n4; roul estate, book value.
SG:i,nC.8J; cash on hnnd, 12,n.r,C.81
a total of sail.001.01. Tho In
vestmenlH nml securities ns of July
31, 1909, show S 198.40 lebs, but Is
niioiuitcd for by the Kniilalll nolo
for 1220 written off by order of tho
court, and tho oxcesn of expenses for
the j oar of $278.10.
Tho Income for tho cnr gives an
nvcrago rnlo of Intorest on bonds
and notes of G.LTi per cent.
Tho report stales that "tho trus
ties deemed It wlso to dlsp'iso of
H(,mo of tho hlgh-prlccd bonds and
of Fine Madras,
a hnlf million dollars an I x lilc.li t'i
till) last KL1K0I1 lIllppLlI twcnt 111 lift
thousand toim of sugar. Tli.j Haiku
plantation, wli'ch cprcucii-) itjuddlnt:
of tweho tlilrt)-tUlhs of the compiii),
Is capitalized nt only hatf n niilllnn.
nm! the pnla planjntlnn alilrh holds
eighteen thirty fifths of tho shares of
tho rompnny, lins n cipitiillzntlnii of
only Ihice qunrlcMt of n million
II. P. llihlwin, ono of tilt.' lit 'i lent
stockholders In Iho two companies.
wns present. J, r. Cooko presided nt
I n Afvi rnw ui! n
1 IIMIl I llll llll II i
Papers Are Filed For
Ailliles of Incorporation liuvo
been filed by tho illto llulldliig &
Ixmn AHso'clutlon, I.fd., (ho lorof-
powtor" helng Ciinrlcn R. King, John
K. Kill, Olmrles K. Mngiilre, T. K.
Ijilnkea and W. II. Hears.
T,'o amount of tho capital Block
'M lo.ooo, divided Into shares of a
par vnluo of $100 each.
Tho company Is to hnvo succession
tu Its corporate name, for a period of
fifty eaiH, mid Its special purpose
Is to engage In tho business of loan
ing money, erecting, soiling and
renting buildings, and general deal
ing In real estate.
HE MUST DIE
The Governor this morning signed
Ui death warrant for the execution
of tho Japanese murderer, Hlgashl,
who hilled u follow countryman on
Kniial. Tho dato of tho execution
hns been set for Oct. 28.
CLUNEY NOT GUILTY
OF HEEDLESS DRIVING.
Police Judge. Andrado dismissed
tho case ofJ. H. Cluney, Jr., charg
ed with heedless driving, tho defend
ant being round not guilty.
According to tho evidence It was
shown that Clunoy maintained tho
right sldo of tho road when ho Is al
leged to hnvo run down with his au
tomobile, tho carriage containing tho
Japanese Consul nnd hla driver on
the night of Sept. 1G.
Tho Clunoy enso has occupied tho
attention of pollco court for tho past
two da s.
BULLETIN ADM v
A Home for the
On the Mortgage-
A friend says to you: I'll give
you that lot over there if you will
pay the 3 per cent interest on the
mortgage, and deed it to your family
when you die." Wouldn't you grab
Yet that's exactly what a life in
surance policy will "do for you.
Funny you never saw it that way be
fore, isn't it?
Drop in or write.
923 Fort Street
Die "Sunbeam" dt
partmtnt ot Con
trnl Union church
dren umler til
ciuh of ago, ha.
for tho lam ycsii
been m n k 1 n f.
V bleb hnvn Int.,.
deposited In iho unvliiKH hank, for th
purpose or furnishing ami cnduwliu
of n bed or room ut the Children's Iloa
Ah tho hospital Is completed and (hi
Mini In hand Is not adequate, a "Htftmi
I)a" has been planned ror raising Uit
This "Sunbeam Stamp" has been
onlired, mid the business homes an
'n"kL''1 ,o ,mt ihm m "" r ,h ,c,,cn
' l",CI"'SCB sent out, on n Riven day
Ah rtvcrnl of tho business houses have
suggested that ere tho day a bill da
ttlf.1 U.tltta runiilh. . .,..... .J
...w ...... ,v.i.ii(; imui muru aml
the HrsUif November h is been act foi
Tho "Sunbeam Hlauip" will bo iilaepd
on nalo during next wok nnd Iho pub
Ho Is nsked to buy freely, as the
plumps B'lould also accompany outgo
ing mall. Though' of no carrying valm
tho prlco Is ;it at-two con Is7 a senior
A crpctiial endowment Is tho afm
rndjjt Is tho dc-(i of tho 'department
that no further outslds asslstanco noed
bo sought. ,
This "Sunbeam Class" moots ovor
Supday morning In tho Parish House
of Central Union Church al 10 o'clock.
Thero Is pn average attendanco of sev
(nty pupils nnd new scholars nra 'al-
vva.vs welcoiiio, ,
Thoao who vnj(y the sight of many
bright and linppyi children aro Invited
to visit the clans at any time.
Following aro lists of tho memberr
of tho Biinhcam Class nnd Cradlo Holl:
Odium Anderson. Robert Anderson
Aubrey Anthony, Jean Angus, Will
1)0) eu, l.ucy Ho) en, Jesslo non. Tcddln
Dollman Tom Hcttt Fred Uott. Orotch
en Ulerhicli, Cordlo Ilenton Iniogene
Ilentmi, M)Ttlo Ilrnwn living lllom
Clladya KHz Ilorgcr, Walter Illndt. Alice
Campbell, Margaret Campbell, Dorothy
Curryg, Sidney Crorkott, Preston
Chapln, Thomas Church, Manuel Chill
IMnii Carljlo, Johnnlo Castro. Howard
Downing, I.oulso Drew, Allco Dcnnlson,
David 1) iwnlng Ornce DoFrcest Kath
crino DcFrecBt, Alox, M, Downnrd
Anita I'.lhel Davis Harold Krdman'.
Ionlso Krdman, Juaoa Kscollo, Marlon
Forbes, Frederic Korbos, Theodore'
Forbes, Kllzabcth Frailer, Chas. ,R.
Frarlcr. Jr., Molvlllo Prccman, I.nn-
drum (lllmora, ilulda Guild, AJonzo
Gartlc), John I. Hero, Raymond Gil
moro, Gordon Halstcail. James Hoogs
Albert Hoogs, Richard Hoogs, Ray
moiul Hills, Amanda Haglund, John
Krrol llurtt, Wm. Warren Hobdy, Isa
bella Hobdy, Fred Hcrtzer, Helen
Hastings, Ruby Kidder, Dcna Kidder,
Paulino Klciigel, acrtrudo Kont, Vlo
let I.udlort, Vivian I.udloff, Wllllo In
ills, Klcanor Lyser, Oeorglo Ludloff,
Donnld Livingston. Andrew McGill, Kl
la Moltzcn, Leila Moltzen, x Dorothy
Martin, Charles Martin, Miriam Mack'
all, Allco Martin, Mabel Mead, Susie
Mossman, Mildred M, Morso, Margaret
Morse, Margaret Ncally, Stanley Nlcl
sen, Irwin Paris, Mnrgaret Pratt, Kd
win Peterson, Linton Pratt, Herbert
Richards, Virginia Rowland, Kdward
Iluttmaii, Isabol Russcl, Wyman T).
He) nobis, Isabel Shlolds, Waller Scott
Marjorlo Sammons, Allco Sharp, Fan-
(Continued on Page 8)
French, German and
"In a great crisis Honolulu ii the greatest place on earth to live,"
said ex-Governor Carter enthusiastically this morning,' after the an
nouncement that the money had been raised. "I'll tell you Honolulu
is til right. 'We have raised in five days what we intended to do in
ten. We have smashed all records, and set a pace for the world to fol
low. 'Honolulu United' wins every time."
Thero was music and much cheering
In tho Y. M. C. A. building campaign
headquarters at noon today.
Chairman Carter said a mistake had
Ven mado In not going after $150,000
nstcad ut $100,000.
Tho clock shows now $t2SG2or,n.
This afternoon and Monday tho can
vass will 'bo for Iho solo purpose of In
creasing the number of names on tho
list of contributors. This was urged
I) Ml. Carter, who led In the three
heirtlcr.t cheers of tho session hoso
lor "Honolulu United " On the whis
per of Mr. Super, Chairman Carter said
that in doing In tho dn.vs the work cut
out for doubb the time and In reirhlng
the mark shown Honolulu had beaten
all records and this means for Die
aholo'Wurlil.'fnr on every continent
during thn "past live or ten years Y. M,
C. A. building campaigns bine" hrScn
conducted along practically the same
lltlM ' i
F. C, Athertpn announced that $10,
00 of tho sum ho added' had .been
cabled from Ocrmany hyTtohirF. llnek
feld. Messrs. .P. C. Joues and Geo'. F.
Davlos wero Interested In tho cable
communication with Tom May, for
merly or, Honolulu, now living In Rng
land. Said Mr. Jones: "Tom May
will siibscribo $1,000. I'll guarantee
Vlf It's less )ou'll pay the cable
tolls," suggested Mr. Davics.
"Certainly I will,-but you must set
tie It It l more than $1,000."
'Ttnt'a satisfactory," responded Mr
Tho cable from Mr. May rand: "I
have romlttod $2,000 to Albert') i Will
tnld more. If necessary.''- And rf course
George Davicn pays Ihe tolla. ,
Tho committees aro out this after
noon and on Monday will nuke the
most determined effort to glvo to ev
ery man tn Honolulu the opjKirtuiilly
to become Identified with the. greatest
public undertaking In the nlstory of
Citizens' Committee, Geo, R. Carter,
Co. A, Geo. R. Cat trr $ S 093 00
Co. R, R, II. Trent . 37S ihi
Co. C, J. P. Cooko ,f is.otr. 00
Co. D, Goo. F. Davit's 0 333 00
to. B, F. C. Athcrton 22180.00
Young Business Men's Committee, F
B. Btcero, chairman.
Llv. 1, Geo. H. Angus $ 22100
111. 2, A. U Castle 110 00
Hli.3, C. B.Crano :IS5 n
Dav. 4, F. D. lnvrey 127 30
I'lv. 5, W. T, Schmidt .."... ins 0 1
Llv. 0, Geo. 8. Waterhouso . 3117 00
voung Men, Di. 'C. II. Haint, chairman
Rustlers, C, J. Hunn
Rustlers, J. C. Anderson . .
First Day , $34,25600
Second Day 13,32800
Third Day 12630.00
Fourth Day .'... 6,892 00
Ffth Day , 58 085 50
Fruit. Is Supplied by
'Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. FhoneTlB.
GERMAN COFFEE CAKE
The Beat Thin,
Tel. 282. 1051 Tort St. j H
1 Hotel near Union. 1 8
Hotel near Union,
FOR Y. M. CI
(Special Iliillotln Cnbti')
8AN FRANCISCO, Oct. 10 East
em football scores were as follows:
Yale 16; Army 0.
Navy 0; Vila Nouva, 11.
'Harvard, 16; University of Maine, 0
SAN BERNARDINO, Oct. 16. Vlllle,
the boy who has been missing from his
home here several days, was fo i id to
day In the mountalrts. An Investlga
lion showed ho had committed mlcHi
The motive is unknown, '
Special Session To
Amend Land Law!
"If the Governor wunls to hao
tho principles ot the laud laws In
the Oiganlo Act nmended It Is best
fi i hlni to call a special session to
con Ider the mnttcr with tho repro-
Lcntatlves of tho people."
Speaker II. U Holstcin of Iho
llouso of Representatives, who nr-
rived on the Maunn Kcu, made tho
above statements to tho II u I I e 1 1 u
represt'iiiuiivo wncn mivrviwwuu iiiih.
morning. He saltl that such mat-
tera of great Important -whlcl. er-
feet the interest of the people- ofj
Hawaii should bo submitted for con- h"'" "'l, """ J"Ko r"' "SJ
sldcratlon.to the representatives or conve.s.llon lnd between the,,, that!
tho people at a special Legislature.;11',0 '" 'I "","'l"r any matlVrt
"Personally." said Holstcin, "tho'"1 , ''' ""l l,co" ""'I'lvrd au.l
calling of a special session would not "mluully i.gr.ed by Iho reprerenta-'
do mo any gcJod. other than simply c"f ""' llI.- This mitchj
... ... I tbttrefdrp. kIiiiiiI.I i,litlnlileii tin, (tfiiff
performing my iiuiy.as ono or ino
representatives of tho people,
presenco here during tho sitting nt
the LeglKlaturo will eventually
knock mo out' of my practice utter
I nm pan hero and on-mv return to '
"The question of land laws and
tho amending of certain clauses of
tho Organlo At t Is so, Important a
measure that I fell It Is best for the
Governor In call n special hcsslon
and submit his plans for considera
tion by the representatives of tho
pcoplo of tho Territory. Personally,
I know that Iho result of the confer?
, Classy Shoes
Now-a-days young men are not
satisfied with shoes of the ordinary
style. Shoe making has advanced
to such a nart that it is not neces
sary that they should, Today shoes
are made in styles especially for
Young man, if you want the right
kind of shoes, look over our late ar-'
(Special D u 1 1 c t i n Cable.)
SAN FliANCISCO, Oct 10.
Pitsbarg lro won the world's ba.ci
ball chamoiousliri), ucicatmg De
troit in the final panic by a score ofl
a to (i. lioui teams mine n:; inn
ind Dctrcit one error Pitcher Ad'
ams of Pittsuurir is uiven htc most
credit for winning the scries. Tho
Pitt'burg latteries were Donovan,1
Mullin and Schmidt. Hiillin c
placcd Donovan in the fourth inning.
IT'S UP TO BONOJM
Ad (trtllnt? In itriM,nlit tli.tlc iltlonsf
thero Is a pnilMlillll) that tin)'
OhmiiiIp rtli.nuslilp Company will put
the Slerri on tho local run If kuIJH
cltnl freight isglxcn b iho buslius.4
jcoplo of Itiiuoliltii to n isoimblyj
t. jure Ihil tho Htfimor rlll meet'
euro of the fliiuiiror the Drlcgnlo
ami a eu olbi i people will not bo
npprouil b) Ihe Congnss of tho
Pulled States without Iho nanctlou
of tho pioplo hero thrmigb their
l.gWl.itlo iopreentntlc Tho,
(onfeicuiu of a fuw man mid the ro-
suit the) ral 'i' tin he at will uot
Uv rousldiml by tho Congresincii:
who Mtcl i!m 1 lands ruontl,",',.-
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'"" "l,l wl"'u ' ,rp "'"l'r utl
-Mgr.ssineii '' "" "'" ''
1 7 ,, a
ernor to (all n special so?iiloii
'stho (oiilderiitlini of liU ptaus.'wb
he el(Untl) expeds to submit tntho
Coiignss wllhiuit lli-sl (ililitlnlifctthtV
Bant tlmi "lit tho people's reprcsinta-J
Ihes. ' y
llolaliln, whin nsl.cil whether hoj
would run ngnln iw 11 raiidldato for.
teh House of ItepreHeli lathes, said
(hut he was up to the people, and
pnrtluilaily In his coiisllliicntH on'
tint big Island. Next Monday Jio
will bo piesent nt tho conforeiKO to
bo hold that day to ((insider Ilia fpiN
estiy matters. ,
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
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