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Bulletin Advertising is Good Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
VOL. XI. NO. 4443.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
JAP1ESE PRINCE AND PRINCESS IN HONOLULU
From San Francisco:
Tcnxi Miin oa. ii
For San Francisco:
Million Mnru Oct. 10
From Vancouver :
Aornngl Oct. 1C
Mnl.iiru ,..,., Nov. !)
Prince and Princess
KunJ of Japan Arrive
H. LIEUTENANT COLONEL
"I have had grund rpccpttons
j. wherever I went?nnil besides I've
leurncd mail) new 'things which will
ho of Kit at benefit to mo In the fu
ture. I ccrtalnl) enjoyed tho trip
His Itojnt Highness Ktinl-no-niln,
l'rlnce Kunljoshl, m.ulo the nliovo
statements to the II u 1 I e 1 1 n lop
resontntlve, nftcr the latter had
been presented to Ills Highness by
Col. Kuilta of the Jupinese Impoilal
Ann) on bo.ml the Tcno Mara,
which arrived this morning from
l'rlnce Kiinloshi nnd tho Princ
ess, who havo been traveling niounil
tho 'voi Id. were acccmpiiiled by Col.
Kuiltn, one uf the distinguished of
ficers of the Imperial Army, and a
number of other dignitaries of Ju
liuii. I'iIiko Kunlolil, n nophovv of
Ills Imperial Japanese Majesty, I'm
peroi Mutsiihlto, is it lieutenant col
onel In the Impel lal Army. lie lms
been nbroad, studying the art of
wur In all the Impmtnnt titles In
Humpe, particulate In Oct many,
wheio he had Bpent :i goodly por
tion of his time.
Their Hoyal Highnesses woio met
off port by Japanese Consul General
Ujeno and Chief Secicturlcs Sugul
moto of the Consuluta General hcie,
nnd Mr. Tokledsi of tho Yokohama.
Specie llnnk. lly couitsy of Cap
tain Hces, U. S. X., Commandant of
State Their Attitude
Whllo tho ovlilcnro nnd Indictments
against icitulii Jupjneso idltois for
publishing prohibits o nnttcr In their
papers. Is n Urtory foi United Stales
Attorney llrcckons, It Is coiiiinonclablo
In tho Indlctod men to como out and
publicly make known tilth attltiulo
nnd Intentions In the future icgurdlng
the matter. Theli letter Is published
below. Betting forth plainly their feel
Ing, and Is udilicssed t" Mr. Ilicck
oils: Honolulu, T. H, Ort IS 1900.
II. V. llreckons, U, S. Dlstilct Attup
ney, Honolulu, T. II.
Sir: Heferrlng In Indictments al
Toady, or almost to bo picfenul
against us on account uf publication
In tho paio'is of which wo aro odltois,
llu papers being scut thioiiKh tho
mulls of the United States, wo beg
lemo to say as follows:
Arter it-tiding Iho oitltles piihllshed.
nnd rending tho law. wo tuo satisfied
that under tho law, sending of tho ii
puis thiough tunll was the lcilutou
ot tho law. Wu beg fuithoi to s.ij that
kkkk? u ' 'wisK kkkH
MIL - lH
H. R. H.
the "'anl Stutlom they went out In
the naval launch", which Hew tho
Jupaneso flag In tho foiemnsr and
tho United States flag In the aft pole,
After tho Tcnjo docked at tho
Hnchfeld wharf, Consul Generul
Ujeno presented to their Ho) at
Hlghnesi.es the secretaries of tho lo
cal Consulate. Tljls dono, they de
scended tho gnngvvay, which had
been covered wllh grccr. carpets, on
which thcli Highnesses walked
down. The Portuguese band, which
had been employed to play In honor!
of tho lojulty, pluved tho Japanese
national air, "Klml-ga-jo." Tho
l'rlnce, attired In civilian dress, un
covered his head nnd bowed revcr
ently until tho last note had been
plujcM. Tho Pi'nccss acknowledged
tho reception of tho local peopto by
giaiefutlj turning to them nnd sa
luting. I 'i om the wharf the rojal p.nty
Was ennvejed to tho Young Hotel,
where bpeclnl apartments had been
provided for them. Captain I.ako of
tho city government iiccompanjlng
tho party, went alone with tho dis
tinguished guests us csco'it.
those In tho rojal party, besides
Their Itojal Highnesses, aro Col.
Kurltu, II. I. J. A., Madam Nagasaki,
wlfo of tho Master of Ceremonies ot
tho Mikado; Union M. AraUawn, Jup
aneso Minister to Moxlco; Hon. U.
Noda, M. P.; Ilaron K. Tnkcdn nnd
j u fow other mombcrs ot Jupaneso no-
In 'ho rut u id a stilct ccnsoishlp of nil
mticles apiiearliig In our niiicm will
bo exercised by us In ordoi that In so
fur as wo aro able to control tho sub
Ject. no mallei h ot obscene, loud, or
lascivious naturo will appear In our
p.iporH. Wo beg leao further to Buy
that should such matter uppeur wo
will not conceal from tho authorities
of tho United States tho utimcB of per
hiiih responsible) for mailing and de
livery. You nro authorized and Indeed, re
quested to huo published n copy of
this letter In both Jupincso and l-ug-llt.li
papers In nnler that the spirit wo
Intend to manlftst herein, numol thut
tho law of tho United States till ill bo
nbscivcd, mas bo fully can led out.
(Sgd) Y KIMUKA,
IMItm of Iho "Hon Jap, 1) illy Chrnu
(Sdg) Y. BOGA,
lMllor of "Tho Nlppu Jll,"
(Sgd) K. YOKOflAWA.
IMItor unil Pio, "Maul Shliibiiu."
According to the officers of the
'Tenjo Maru, Ills Koal Highness
was nil early riser In the morning
during tho whole trip down from
San Francisco. He gets up very
early and spends about two hours In
walking about bclorovhe takes his
breakfast. This done, he takes in
exercises again and then sits down
He la looking well and Is In tho
best of phjstcnl condition.
Tho Hawaii Japanese will have a
grand lantern procession tonight In
honor ot Their Hoial Highnesses,
who are their guests today. At 7
o'clock tonight the local Japanese
will form at Aula Park with their.
mmerns. irom inero tney win
march through Ilcretanla Btrcet,
headed by the Portuguese band, and
on to Nuii'UHi street, to the official
residence ot the Japanese Consul
Consul General Ujeno will glte u
rojnl banquet this canlng at his of
ficial resldcuco on Nuuanu street In
honor of Their Royal Highnesses,
Prince and Princess Kunlyoshl. Dur
ing the dinner the Portuguese band
will play out on tho grounds.
After the dinner, the Princess and
tho roal party will be conveyed to
tho Young Hotel to spend the night.
During tho stny of Their Royal
Highnesses here, Captain Lake ot
tho County Olllce nnd Captain Rak
er ot the Police Department will act
ns body guards to the Prince and
Princess. Tho local officers ot peace
maybe seen In privute suits,
This afternoon Their Royal High
nesses will be taken around by Con
sul General Ucno to visit the Pall
and othor places of Interest.
A Home for the
On the Mortgage
A friend says to you: I'll (rive
you that lot over there if you. will
pay the 3 per cent interest on the
mortgage, and deed it to vour 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 T
Drop in or write.
923 Fort Street
Y. M. C. At
FUND IS STILL
PILWO IIP i
Last Noon- Meeting Of
k There was n tone of satisfaction anj .
gladness predominant In tho gathering
i .. .,. u ...i. t..) ,. ,., .
in uiu nun wnu nsvt? ueeu wurituiK ii'ri
tho Y. M C. A. untitling fund when the
final motllng was held at noon today.
Moro time than muni was occupied In j
disposing of Iho .luncheon mid there.
,wns the largust attendance of the cam-'
pugn. The record in mis direction on
the part of at least half a hundred men
has been perfect. The bill of fare for
the day was a special ono
1 It was rearly I o'clock when Chair
man Carter arose In his place to nn
nounce the wind UP, of tho campaUu.
I"" ttlk wis verr brief confining him
self to a graceful "thank ou" to all
who had helped In the work and mik
ing the prophecy that a paca hid been
ret which would seru ns n stimulus
i to the oung men of tho community
I m I to the town as a whole for a long
There was npplauro for this as well
as for- the announcements of ictums
by the various committees.
Tho different groups woro called In
front of tho campaign headquarters
for photographs.. Then the executive
committer wnt Into session to tako
np a number of rultMn, such ns pre
piratlon for securing plans nnd the
likelihood of botng able to take over
tho library building ground In the site
for the new Y, M. C. A.
Contributions to Date.
Citizens' Committee. Georgo R. Car
Co. A Geo. R. Carter 290 00
Co. n. R. II, Trent 605 00
Co C. J. P. Cooke -1.400 00
Co. D.Geo K. Uiivlos , 450 00
Co. D, P. C. Athertou 3 300 00
$ 8 95100
Young nuslness Men's Commltteo, F.
K. Steere, chairman,
(Continued on Pan 4)
JUVISY, France, Oct. 18. Count
de Lambert made a most sensational
flight today in the contests of the
aeroplanes. Leaving the usual
starting place on the grounds here,
he made a complete circuit of the
Eiffel tower and returned without
The day, however, was not with
out its sad event. Alfred Blanc was
making a uight with his monoplane,
when something went wrong and the
machine fell to the 'ground in the
midst of a crowd of spectators. One
of the on-lookers was killed and a
dozen or more injured.
Judge Kobinson this morning denied
the motion made by W. C. Achl, attor
ney for the complainants In tho cano
of Fanny Strnuch against p. Ilooulti
Kllla ot nl, Achl's motion was for n
to argument of tho respondent's mo
tion for tnxatlon of costs. C. M. Wat
son appeared for tho resiiondents.
White Clover Honey
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Oct 18
President Taft, after taking part in
layinjj the cornerstone of the chapel
at Fort Sam Houston, left this aft
ernoon for hii brother's ranch,
where he will'ipend four days enjoy
init a complete rest before taking up
the final section of his trip about the
NAR0BI, East Africa, Oct,
Col. Theodore Roosevelt had a very
narrow escape from death or serious
injury while he was out today en
deavonne to secure a narticularlv
Rood specimen of the elephant. Mr.
Eoosevelt was. charged bv a great
bull elephant and narrowly escaped
with his life.
Is Closed Up
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 18. The
Japarcte-American bank of this city
with branches in Los Angeles and
Ottden was closed today by the
State Superintendent of Banking.
This bank, which deals almost ex
clusively with the Japanese, had a
capital of $200,000 and has appar
ently been doing a thriving business.
The bank examiner found the assets
to be only about fifteen per cent of
A number ot pleas of guilty wore
entered this afternoon In the United
States Court to Indictments that
have been returned by the Federal
Grand Jury. Y. Sogn, editor of tho
Nlppu JIJI, pleads guilty to one of
the numerous true bills returned
against him for the depositing ot his
paper In the United States malls.
A plea of guilty was entered by 1
S. Btao to the charge ot forging a
United States postal order. K. Yo
kowawa, editor of the Maul Shin
bun, pleads guilty to an Indictment
slmllnr to that returned against
Toofulu, Indicted for forging a
(Continued on Page 6)
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit CoM
72 King St. Phone 15.
Take Home a
FROM THE PALM CAFE.
Fresh Twice a Day,
MAKING1 AND SOGA
Y. Sogn, editor of the N'lppil JIJI
un,i Fml Mrkino aro n uned in those
who are ucciihcmI of cilim-sln Iho thir
teen Indictments returned li tho fed
iral Grand Jury this morning.
The Nlppu JIJI editor. Km;i. In In
dieted four times for deporting u n
mallablo mutter Jn tho United States
malls. Mnklno ami his clerk I late
guchl aro Im'lcted for having obscene
pictures and cards In their possession
with the Intent of sale.
K. Yokoguwa, editor of the Maul
Shlubun. Is Indicted for the knmo of
feniro ns Soga, kendlng tlitmuth the
United States malls cuples ot his pub
llcatlon containing articles of tin oh
I Indictments are returned sgilnit Ha
hl It. Yokl and 11 Kolnina on a
charge of conspiracy by which Yokl
, , was to secure possession of Matsu Kn
! dama, a Japanese woman.
I Wong Ping and Jtnnle Chew Mi'
18. are Indicted for violations of the Pd
inumtH Act. s. Biui) is ciiargeu 'iin
forging the name of H. Kyinabe lo a
postal money order.
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jJ II VI U I IF 11 W
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Oct. 18.
SS W S!eVDUvir,rth0efror'
stay here today with laying ; the cor-
nentone or the chapel of fort Sam
BULLETIN ADS PAY i
A conference was held thru morn
ing In the office ot Governor Krear
that will have nn Important bcnrlng
upon the work that Is being planned
In connection with the improvement
ot Kiihulul bnrbor. In addition to
the Governor there were present J.
I'. Cook. W. H. Castle, J. N. 8. Wil
liams aond Marston Campbell,
The conference began at 11 o'clock
and did not adjourn until well past
the noon hour. Tho purpofco of tho
meeting was to dlBCUss tho questions
Involved In the construction of tho
proposed wharf at Kahului and con-
sider tho plans thut had been sub-
mlttcd. t t
The form of license that must bo
Now-a-days young men are not
satisfied with shoes of the ordinary
style, Shoe making has advanced
to such an art 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 Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FKANCIECO. Oct. 13 Fol
lowing the result of the Johnson
Kctchell fight cflcrts aie being made
to brim; about u match betwect.
Billy Papkc nnd Kctchtlt and be
tween Barns and Sam Longford.
SYDNEY, Austrnlin. Oct. 18.
Tommy Burns gnc cut n statement
hcie today that lie is dllinp; to
again mest Jack Johnson, the win
ncr of the contest to take all the tc-
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MINERAL POINT, Yis . Oct. 18.
The wreck of the local bank resulted
in a dual tragedy hers today. Cash
ier Hascome committed suicide this
rioininir. His inothcr-iii.-law, on
vwlntf the body, sjffcrcu a coat'
plevc ccllnpse and died shortly after.
AMOY, Oct. 18. The Clatrue rcc-
ord of the past fortnight is 77 deaths
from bubonic plague nnd 64 from
A "" "f "' C'" ""'r'""' '
rUoi ,, 10 T,,n M(lnl lN lm,r)1llg
,imj u.y nro !(.Kigte.re'd nt tho Yonns;
hotel. Two of Ihu ain nro from Kng-
land, oiw fiom Purlf two front Itulr
ittltl one from Chicago
secured, b) tho Kahului Ilallrond
company for the instruction of the
wharf was tentatively ugiecd upon
nnd the plans were turned over t'
Marslou Campbell, ulio will seo thai
the wharf Is constructed In a man-''
ner satisfactory to tho government.
"Wo considered Iho questions ln
. oled In n gcncml way," s.ld OovoW
I nor Krotr nt tho conclusion of Ihd
onfereiue. "The wliiuf us planned.
will permit of tho docking ot nil ot
tho Interlslnud boatn, but nut for
the' larger Mssols visiting Kahului
harbor, lko tho fielglilein ot th
Ameilenn-Ilnuiill and Mntwm line
This will bo pvimlttcd In tho future
however, when needed dredging .
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
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