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BVn.VINO HOU.ETIK, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, OCT. IS, 1009. '''
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TWO WEEKS' SPECIAL
Commencing Saturday, Oct. 16, 1909
TKTE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR OUR HOLIDAY
GOODS! Our Stock of holiday goods is now
on the road and will soon be here. In order io make
room we are forced to dispose of our regular stock at
prices that will interest every conservative buyer.
At the prices mentioned below the stock will
move rapidly, and if you wish to take advantage of t
BE SENSIBLE AND SEE US EARLY
75 doz. MEH'3 GOLF SHIHT5 S0.50 & $0.75
1 lot MEN'S GOLF oKIRTS $1.00 & $1.25
1 lot BALMUGAN UNDERSHIRTS 50c
1 lot WHITE DRILL ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 50c
Big Offer of Genuine Panama Hats
Regular ?G.C0 & $7.50 To close at $3.50 & $4.50
GO new styles fancy G INGHAMS, in plaids, stripes and plain
Regular 10c. To close at 15 yds for $1.00
A. F. C. and RED SEAL GINGHAMS Regular 12ac To close at Oo
SHIRTINGS PRINTS. New Fatterns, big variety , To close at 42c a yd
AMOSKEAO FLANNELETTES. Flain and Fancy To close at Oo a yd
We have also reduced all other goods in our Gents' and Ladies Furnishing Goods and
Slice Departments to correspondingly low prices.
GIVE US A CALL, if you are in for economy.
Yee Chan & Co.
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
MEW BRIDGES FOR
n. It .Klein, miuiaRur for the Ha
waii Itnllwiiy Company, U n vlsllor
ut Honolulu lie iirrlvcil l tlio
Milium Kca lliM nun nine Milliliter
KIrI nlins just iut through n onl
for tho construction of threo bridges
for tlio Una between Miilwkonj anil
These brlilRea nie to lie construct
ed of creoiotod lumbor on coneiete
nliutmenta anil Contractor Wilson ul-n-nily
him Ills representatives on the
Krotiml (loins iirellmlnary work,
Last year Sir. WIIon built two
urlilKCH for the Hnwall Hallway Com.
Iguiy, each UfiO feet lonpt. Ily cut
tins out soem of tlio marvelous old
curves on tho load tlioy ahortencd It
ecnslderalily, tavlngji mile of traefc.
Tho new contiact Is a continuation
of the eamo policy of improvement,
nml, when completed, It will Bavo
more than n mllo of. truck besides
r.lvlni; a EtrnlRter ro.ul. Ono of tho
new bridges will bo 110 feet high,
mill anotliei one 92 feet IiIrIi. The
total (obi of thU contract, when com.
plited, will bo $18,000. nhd Is pioor
th. t (volialu, ns well ns Hilo, U look
ins forward to it better business nor
loil. FERRERA T0UND
When Terrera, u member nt the
National Utiaril, retuincd from the
big meeting lecmitly held In Iho
United State, ho heard mine rather
compromising stories concerning al
leged uiifalthfulnebs of his wlfo,
Itncliacl Kerrern. This afternoon
Kenofa appealed at police station
mid hwoto out a wan ant for (ieorgo
riledonlierg, charging him with
iidullcry. II0 ileelnriM that ho ciitno
upon tho palrunawaies and iioHwas
ur Bulllclent evidence to convict.
.lames Duncan, timekeeper at Olaa
Sugar Co.. returned on the Aorangl
list Saturday and will criitluuo hit,
Jiiuinuy to Hilo per thu JUima Ken.
Ho bus been homo to S'.'Otlniid for u
Hip and was away four months to thu
The Alameda was shifted to tho
Hallway wlinif this moinlug and tho
Aossel lb taking on a ehlpineiit of plnu
tipple, binai-.us mid other products fur
.1. A Mncanluy thu well known trar
cling man, ulio rcproeonta tho Curler
Ink Co., turlvuil (o'di.v on tliufenyo
Maui, and lb now leglstcreiUut the
gtf-'For Sale" cards. at bulletin. '
DOWN KING ST
About 2:50 o'clock this aftvi'iinon u
runaway liorru caused u sensation mi
King htieet. The unlinul liad Kotlvu
I lid of the vehicle that It was drawing
and raced iiIoiir King street with the
harness hanging on to Us bark.
A mounted policeman on a fat horse
I vnlnl) p'irsiiod thu runaway, but when
cppoHito the I'alaco thu nairer'b horse
I was all lu, and tho bolter gradually
foiged ahead. When panning the
'Young building Hi nee Curtwilght, Jr.,
.who was standing on tho corner, had
n narrow escape; tho maddened horse.
I l.owuver, swerved ns he (ipprouched
Cut t right and the young man on-
I Thu horso was ocnttia)y captured
and was found to hae sustiilued a few
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
Iltt.tf'o nl thn l,tlilf.n fttlrt. ..'Of.
1 ery quiet today ami most of the cases
ion tho calendar wero either ills'
missed or sent over to future dates,
I nurteeu Chinese gamblers who wero
, charged with playing sup-chol wero
ik fended by Judge Humphreys, and
hu put up a defcuso that caused his
j clients to bu nciiullted.
Five other wooers of chanco wero
fined six dollars each, and still nine
I others had their cases postponed till
I Thu case against 15. II. Uiwls,
i thniged with -not complying with mi
uutomobile oullunnco, was continued
, till October 22. Pat King who Is down
as a vagrant on tho charge sheet, was
told to appear on October 23.
Tlnvu fesllvo drunks who had mi'ii-
aged In sumo way to fill themselves
with inoro Hihii a fair cargo of booze,
faced tho npialr, and It cost them each
I Si to i;ct clear of the lolls,
I ' Hnrhncl l'errelra uiiil Oeorge Fried-
Icnbeig who mo alleged to luvo been
iciirijli'.g on an Illicit love affair, wore
'tiriosted tills uiornllig by Chief I.eal,
They will hnvo to appear In couit to
mm tow morning mid anuwer to a
chaigc of udultcry.
tChlef of Detective U'.il Is loaWng
for the Coast on tho Alameda, which
sullb on Wednesday, Churchill Ilar-ey-Tldcr,
city editor of tho Adver
tiser, and Charles Albright, foriuorly
of that aper, also aru going to tlio
malnl miMm tho'ohl lellalilo ferryboat.
JJudge Hiilil'u ' HiIe iiMin.ltig grnul
ed (hu pellllou of Ili'itiaiii uu Daniui
to bo uppolutr'. uiimliistr;itor of tho
estate of tlio Into Audrujs WlfMunu.
Dr. 11. J. Menotttgin am'. Mary Schu
beit wero called ns witnesses.
Tin. ,i, illllf.it fni. flm i.llf.tt'.imf. rtf llin
IIU JI.-......I, , ,.v M.H. .. ..... .'. .....
ticcoiuiiH uiiu iiuui uisiriiMiuoii oi inn
estate of tho into K. C. Mncfailano
vn lunilnucil until noxt Tliuibdny by
TO Close Out.
35c each, 3 for $1.00
35c each, 3 for $1.00
35c each, 3 for $1.00
A conferenrR that promises to havu
an Important bearing upon tho future)
forest reserve jxilicy of the Territory
convened at 1:30 o'clock this after
noon In the throno mom of the Cap
itol. Tho conference was called by
Mnistnn Cnmpholl In his capacity ns
executive officer of tho Koaril of .g
rlcultiirtt in nn attempt to reach an
ngrecurnt between thu land owners lu
tho district of Kohnla and tho Govern
ment In regard to tho establishment .if
thu Kohnla forest leservc. It M ad
mitted Hint thu setting aside nf a rn
servo is essential to tho iireservutliiii
of a water supply,, Thero is an abso
lute agreement ns fnr as tho benoilts
to bo derived nro concerned, but there
Is a difference nf opinion nmoiv; tho
land owners ns to the methods ot pic
ccduro. Tlio conference Is for the pur
pose of attempting to reach a solution.
(Continued from Pace 1
United States money older, pleaded
guilty, a h did Pujlmoto, Indicted on
tho1 Biinio charge. Klni Moon Sing,
Indicted for Impersonating an out
ter, plead guilty, qs did also I.onzo
llolln, Indicted for Bteallng govern
V. Klinurn, editor ot tho Jnnnneso
Chronicle, nlso admitted his guilt to j
the Inillcement charging him with J
tending his paper thiough tho Unit
ed States malls when It contained ob. I
' Jacob J. lltorth.itho Kckahit post
master charged with embezzlement,'
plead guilty. Tho plea of MaKIno
land his clerk, charged with having
, obsccno post cards In tnelr posses-
ision, was lontlnued until Saturday,
Sentence on nil ot the pleas wero
Onlnln Hobeits, master of the Hrlt
lull ship Klikciidbrlglitslilre, Is beck
ing homo of his sailor men. Tho cs
m;i was hauled Into thu Htieam and
nfterwnul anchored outslda tho liar
lor this morning. She Is ready for sou
but sonio of the men neccssery to ninn
Iho vosbuI buvo failed to return to tho
i III p. Thoi Kirkcudbrightshire will
probably got away for Soattlo tomor
row morilng should tho skipper suc
ceed In rounding up tho vagrant cen
men. The vessel has Just completed
tho discharge of flvo thousand birrels
of comont biought hero fiom tleriuuny.
IN F0REION POPS
Monday, October 18,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Oct. 17:
H. Jr. S. Ilodford, henco Oct. :).
flAVIOTA Arrlw-d Oct, 17:
Hp. Marlon Chllcott, bunco Oct. 2.
HONOIPU Sailed Oct. 9:
, Schr, Defender, for Port Townaend.
FOR SIX MONTHS
family Quarrel of Famous
Maui Character Ends
x In Jail
(Special to the Mullet In.)
WAILUKU. MVUI, Oct. lfi.-l.nno,
n nnthe with n mjthologlcal name,
wnH Fcntunccd by district maglstrato
McKay to six months In Jail this
morning for assault and battery on
his wife, who b tho way, Is related
by blood In jome degree of consan
guinity, to one oi the highest "reign
ing Iioiiscr" of lluvnll's dynasty.
I.ono was a pretty good church goer
soino twenty-live ears ago whon ho
wns n succcscfiil hnck drher during
the hoy-dny of Ilonoulii hack drivers.
I.ono turned his nttenllon to cliurch
affairs, and naraiM of noted phllati
thtopletn may he seen on Ills list for
church building fund of thu lLooma
nn Nuniiao at Pauwcla.
Ho got tho money but the subscrip
tion llct Is etlll open for tlio church
Is no nearer completion today than it
wns when ho first started to raise
funds. And pc.'linpE funds nio more
sadly needed today than. then. How
ever I.ono gavo up tho Job for thero
nro no new Holds to work.
With undaunted courage hu married
again and became an Inmate of n
portion of Mekulmii, Wnlluku, now
known ns "Happy Valley," which
pleasing cognomen was first given by
a Mokuhnu maid clept "I l.nvo My
Mother." Hap-iy Vnlley Is a resort
Last Wednesday afternoon. Ijino
bought sonio meat and gave It to his
better half to cook. She did her part
so well that when I.ono peeped Into
tho pot ho found meat as black as
charcoal bo he upbraided her for her
utter neglect In domestic science, but
that Is tho undoing of their domestic
felicity. Ixino hnd been Indulging In
"Knupakulua" the greater part, of tho
day, and she was not far behind. Io
no can deliver a discourse on thu
Dlblo and then end It with blasphem
ous epithets, and tho lnttcr ho Is quite
n master of. So he begun throwing
these oral bouquets onto his wife.
She resented and knocked him down
and held him by tho throat. Ixino
struggled in vain. At Inst sho bended
down In her last efforts to mnko him
throw out nil. hu know In tho philos
ophy of blasphemy. Ho opened his
mouth but could not tutor a word
nnd In Eaniu chance way her fair
cheeks reddened with madness and
wino came Into contact with his teeth,
nnd when finally eho succeeded In
getting nwny from him, the marks of
teeth to a dentil or n sixteenth of nn
Inch were left on her onco fair brow,
but now mode lncirnadlno by tho
flow of blood.
I.ono will now sore six months in
Jail for his deed. Tho County attor
ney's department wns we'I represent
ed nt the trial while I.ono defended
himself In percon Itejiilt six months.
KASH UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Tlio Kash Clothing Co., has secured
J. Cooper, formerly buyer for tho S.
N. Wood Company of San Francisco,
to act as manager for their clothing
btoro at the coiner of Fort nnd Hotel
btrects. Mr. Cooiier arrived hero on
tho Alameda Friday. Ho has hud
largo experience In the clothing and
tarnishing business and will lend this
experience to tho advancement of tho
clothing business hero. As u begin
ning, an eutliu and absolutely modern
Btock or goods will be placed In tho
store that will embrace tho fashion de
signs of the largest, cities. While tho
character of these goods will be met
ropolitan, the goods will be hiado to
Insure comfort for tropical wear. In
addition to tlio change In class of
goods, there will bo an Innovation to
Ilonoliiluaus In tho business policy of
the store. Fnr Instnnro every clerk In
the store Is to bo ntado to understand
that returned goods are to bo accepted
without comment und other goods
given In placo when reasonable rea
son for the change is given. This in
novation no doubt will not bo taken
terlously by the buying public unlil
ovldenco of this Intention Is nindu by
actual exchanges, but that Is exactly
what Mr, Cooper says will bo tho pol
icy of the KpbIi.
SOCIALI3T3 WILL BE ABSTAINERS
Smaller Alcohol Consumption In Ger
many as Result of Campaign.
Herln, Cermnny Sdpt, 1C A tciu-i-orenco
campaign which pioiuIbcs to
hnvo a marked effect on tho consiimp
Hon ot alcohol In Germany has been
begun as tho result of n lesolutlon nil
opted at tho socialist convention In
l.t'lpslc. Thu resolution requires that
the members of tho party organization
which numbers 000,000, shall abstain
front brandy and other high alcoholic
beverages and that they Bhall try to
diminish the consumption of these
drinks by their companions.
Tliomjli aimed chiefly at tho dlBtll
leiy owning noblemen who under tho
new revenue lawa enjoy Brcd-il fav-r-p.
Ip the form of rrbiles of taxui
tho measure Is suppoited also on soclvi
and hygienic giouuds. It Is approve-'
i,.. ii, in lepf.niieiii piess nr tho m
Impiiittint stop yet taken to chuck
tho mlsiibo of alcoholic diluks In tier
many. 7 . ' i
Haste That Made Waste
With Deadly Result
(Special to tho lilt He tin.)
WAILUKU, MAUI. Oct. 15. David
Wfllunlolit llin 2().vrnrnla kmh (if linn
M, P. WniivHlole, Representative from
Wnlluku at tho 1008 Session of the
lA'glslatuie. was accident!)- killed by
tho overturning of a small plantation
car at Pollala car.dbanks this morn
Ing. Young Walwnlolo went to tils-
work as usual thl3 morning.
Ho and a Portuguese lad named
Manuel tlrlngel commenced shovel
ling sand Into a car used fur hauling
to a nearby government road where
men were employed putting up track.)
for plantation cars. Tlieru were three
cars thero nnd two men to each car.
The men Wero doing work under con
tract with tho plantation and bo "iiku
pan" were the words that rang into
tlio ears of tho workers. Young Wnl
wnlolo and his companion then com
menced digging nnd throwing sand lu
to their car ni fust aB they could.
They were bent on filling up tho car
no matter how they did It. Ily bo
doing thero was moro sand on ono
side of the car than on tho other and
being thus unbalanced tho car over
turned and catching young Walwalndo
abovo tho hip, pinned him onto tho
sandbank and crushed htm to death.
Ills partner nnrrowly escaped tho
sanio fato by running nway Just lu
time to nave his life. When he turned
around he saw David with his face
toward the srndbauk, dead.
A few minutes before the accident
Manuel warned David as to tho mail'
ner ho was throwing sand Into tho
car, but his reply was "won't turn
over." Ho filled a car the very samo
way last Monday and nothing happen
ed, and so ho thought his method
wns .pretty safe. Deputy Coroner
Clement Crowoll summoned n cor
oners' Jury this morning. They nro
holding an Inquest this afternoon,
TOURISTS OF FOR
The renewed activity at Kllauea
hns brought about nn Increased trat-
. flc ot tourists to tha volcano on Ha
waii. The Mauna Ken, sailing for
Hilo tomorrow, will take n dozen or
more visitors to tho natural wonder
on the big island. Among tho pns
sengers who aro booked for tho vol'
enno are: Mrs. It. I.. Wilcox, Miss
1. Itlce, Miss Parsons, Mrs. A. Lewis,
Mrs. A. Oartloy, Mrs. P. C. Jones,
W. A. Dean, Mrs. S. M. Flack,, Miss
A. Hard, Miss I). Hard, Miss K. Hard,
Miss lllnnchard, Mrs. E. Hruckmann,
Mrs. A. Perry, Miss Thomas, Miss
M. Tarr, Mis E. and K. Spauldlng.
Blank booh ot all sorts, ledgers,
itc, manufactured by the Bullotlo
Bids for th nnnilli nn nf now
streets on the Waialae side of Kai-
mukt. Call and see us for full par
ticulars. Kaimuki Land Co..
Rooms 37 and 38 Young Bldg.
J. H0PP & CO.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Cash will llllv nlmnt tunta its
much here ai credit will elsewhere,
If you wnnt Furniture, Bedding or
7oven Wire Mnttci t will ..,,
on to trade at
Honolulu Wire-Bed Co.,
J, S. Bailey. Cor. King and Alakoa.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
"The Home Beautiful"
Is the name of an illustrated pamphlet which we
distribute free of charge which will give you many use
ful ideas of beautifying your home and den at very little
Wc are showing the necessary materials.
Colonial Drapery Fabrics
40 Inches wide, 25c yard
Also a full line of CURTAIN SWISSES from 12V2o yd.
We will have a special display this week of
In Heal lace Spanish Lace in Black and White and
In the latest art designs; direct from Faris,
WING CHONG CO
KTNQ 8T. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto. All kinds of K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on lite of old
MISSION FUBNITUBE Hade T
King Street. Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DKY GOODS AND FUENISHINO
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new, and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
jsnng your pic id res in ana wc u
. a a 111
acgjgn irtune io juui sutuiiwituu,
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire.
Fo. 0. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Beautiful assortment at
Secend' Floor, Boston Bldg.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made snecialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. R0SENBERO
Alexander Young Hotel.
185 editorial roonu 250 bun
nets office. These are tho telephone
pumben of the Bulletin office.
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the betutiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. Thei owner l-i,i
will sell and is willing W1
4 annalAn. ilia mIhas
A lovely bunei
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolnni St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00,
Lot near car lino
A 6-room bung low. Lot
176x436, nur Waia
Seven -room cittace. on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room hope, on lot
planted wth fruit
trees; everthing in
A Bargai i
On Fort St.
house ...J 850.00
Don't put off
t day. To-
morrow ne er
t rgains to-
dav will m
able toraoi ow,
see us abou
82 King St.
sr Office Phone 250.
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1 KKA if
; newly J
lot 50x T
iioom Phone 18S.
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