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EVENING IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T.fU TlllJlt9I)AY, OCT. 21, 1909
' "" a
Special Sale of
Friday and Saturday Only
, Money Saving Values
Values that can't be Equalled
$1.50 Turkish Towels at
$2.75 Turkish Towels at
$3.00 Turkish Towels at
$3.50 Turkish Towels at
$4.00 Turkish Towels at
$4.50 Turkish Towels at
$5.00 Turkish Towels at
$1.00 a doz.
$2.25 a doz.
$2.40 a doz.
$2.90 a doz.
$3.25 a doz.
$3.90 a doz.
$4.00 a doz.
Prices for Friday & Saturday only
See Window Display '
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
Feel "All In?"
More than likely you've al
lowed your Stomach, Liver
and Boweh to become weak
and inactive, and if luch it
the case, you ought to take a
You'll find it jaitthe medi
cine you've been needing. It
will tone.'nnd: strengthen the
"inner man" ' and prevent
Sick Headache, Billlousness,
Kid 'icy Troubles, Ovspcpsia,
Indigestion and Malaria.
For sate by Benson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Ho! I Is tor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; IIIlo D'ug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
TEN THOUSAND RUSSIANS
CAN BE BROUGHT HERE.
(Continued from Vase 1)
pnny than ho hud originally bargained
On tho way across tho Taclflc a niak
member of the party died or gastritis
Tliui.temiiliiH wcro consigned to tin
Den on laBt Saturday, Kind hcartef
cabin passengers of tho Siberia raised
a purse of ocr $100 gold, which wai
presented to tho widow of the da
ceased. It was the burial at sea that
brought about considerable delay In
tho berthing of the Siberia at Hack,
fcld wharf this morning. The local
quarantine authorities wanted to learn
moro of tho causo of death and lull
mated that tho ship's officers should
have taken tops to prcscrvo the ro
mains In order that tho cause of tin
Russian's demiso could liavo been
properly noted. It was only after Dr
Hobdy, chief ofjhd Bt-rvlco, had been
sent for and mado a personal InvcBti
gutlo nof the doath of tho emigrant.
that tho Bhlp was granted practlquo
and then proceeded to tho wharf.
The Kttsslans halo from Siberia and
Northern Manchuria. They como from
n country where tho life of the laud
lies I nagrlculturc. The men and wo
men nre a hardy looking lot of people.
As a whole they nro short In statun
but ery storklly built. All glvo tin
impression of being very muscular
Tho now arrivals took n keen Interest
in all that they saw, us tho stcamei
enmo alongside of tho wharf thlt
morning, Tlie strangers lined the rails
.of tho 'forward part of tho ship and
thcro were large clusters of assorted
heads thrust from bvery avallablo port.
The parly Includes many of consider
Tho women are picturesque. Many
wero decked out with garments in
whlqh Venetian lace and French high
heeled shoes conbpicuously figured.
Suvcrai of the younger women aru
'quite prepossessing In personal np
pcaranco, Tho costume' worn by the
majority of the men tjT tho regulation
stylo of garments usually found to
adorn the working man of Manchuria
and Siberia. A shirt or blouse of
heavy material worn on tho outside
1)f the trousers and tho foot covered
with a boot of very soft leather with
a top reaching midway to tho knee, A
low Hat cap of tho cheese-cutter vlut
ago usually adorns tho head.
Women and children appear to take
kindly to blight colors. Their cos
tume Is much along tho snmo lines of
tho peasant dress of the women o(
Norway or Germany,
The Russians look passago from Ta-
rlon for Kobn, Jnp.iti. In addition lo
Mr, Atkinson, A. V. I'eiclstrous, tho
Tokieda Introduces New
System For Local
On Ins to tho Increase of hanking
buslnesa of tho local brunch of the
Yokohama Specie Dank, ami large ilu
mauds for savings and safe deposits
manager M. Tokieda has established
a new system, which will enable thost
with email means to make deposit
with tho Yokohama Siecle Dank here.
According to tho rules of tho bank,
tho sum of one dollar and , upwards
will bo received for tho savings dc
posit for which 'pass book will hi
issued by tho management of the local
branch of the ubuk. Facilities wlh
also be given to the deposlters to en
able them to draw any amount with'
out Unit should necessity urlse. In
tel est lo allowed at the rata of 1 cent
.. per day ,per 1100.00 from tho..dat,pk.of
deposit, i 4"
Mr. Tokieda, who das' had an exten
sive experience In banking business
has been studying tho financial condi
tion of tho Island people slnco his or-
ftillinl li aa U a ti.1J.Aphrt In I Iliftl1rftra
' jittui ii civ, miu ucicicn in uuuwiufv
special agent of the territorial Doard un nn' lettering the' domestic condl
of Immlcrntlnn. nlso nernmiinnle hn n of mankind. Some tlnio In Fob
party to Honolulu. Ho declares that rllary tnl 'cnr ,le "'"tod the small
there Is an abundance of tho labor deposit system with the Japanese la
throughout eastern Siberia that will
bo found available to tho sugar plant
ers If they chooso to take steps for
additional recruiting. Ho believes that
Iho laborers will prove satisfactory to
Iho planters. Ho was much ploascd
nt tho arrangements made by tho Im
migration authorities to receive tho
Shortly after tho Siberia docked, tho
Russians wero transferred to tho bargo
Pioneer and taken to tho Immigration
ctntlon, They they will remain for the
allotted time stipulated In tho regula
tions of iho Territory.
Sam Johnson, ono of tho very few
men In tho Territory who Is able to
speak Iho languago of tho Russian em
igrant, officiated as Interpreter. Ho
assisted greatly In the work of trans
ferring tho party and their largo as
sortment of personal effects to thoi
quarantine , station. ,
Mr. Atkinson stated this morning
that ho was obliged to leavo some
twenty-seven families of Russian io
crults at Kobo thcro to await tho fol
lowing stenmcr to Hawaii. "Jack" le
pioro thqn enthusiastic over tho Im
portation of Russians and ho declares
that they will bo found good laborers
mid malto desirable citizens and moro
over a valued acquisition to tho cos
mopolitan population of tho Territory.
TO JIM COKE
First Assembly Of Maui
, Bar At Banquet
'- Board '
, (Special toitho 11 ill lot In)
Wnlluku, Mrtui,.Oct 2(7. Tho dlnn6r
given by Hon.' Seidell 11. KlngRbiiry
Juifco of tho Second Clicult Court, to
tho members of the .Maul Har, nt Wal
luku, In honor or late County Attorney
.las. L. Coke, or Maul county, nt the
juclgos home Monday evening, wat
one or the most enjoyable gathering
In Walluku for some time. It was In
fact the first time the members of
tho bar have ever come together In
such a cause. Fifteen attorneys were
Invited and nil but three accepted. Tho
three unavoidably absent were: Sen
ator W. T. Robinson, and Attorneys J
W. Knlua ami J. M. Vlvns.
Tho guests sat down about 7 o'clock
and It was ncuiriy 11 beforo the last
speech wasinnllo and ull moved out
to tho adjoining rooms to enjoy fur
ther reminiscences of Interest. Conn
ty Attorney D. H. Case ncled ns toast
master and he performed his task with
great ability and Uct, Juilgo A. N.
Kepotkal was the first speaker of tho
evening and ho was asked to relate
his knowledge of Iho bar after the
guests had for over an ltonr cnjued
tho most delicious dinner prepared by
tho host, nnd nlso the various courses
of tho best wine In the market. Judge
Kepolkal told of Incidents In tho life
or Knuahl, Antony Rosa, and .other not
ed members or' tho Hawaiian Har who
have gono to the (Ircat Itojond, bill
whoso memories, as legal lights or the
liar wero ever gieen In tho hearts or
thoso present. He also ppoke on the
toast "Kamaalna,'' willed vus to have'
lade by J,. M. Virus. Tho.toast
lo tho Ilcnch' by Mr. KaltiH, and "Wit
I'Cbb," by Mr. Robinson, weio neces
sarily omitted from tho program.
Mr. McKay .spOkcn the. President
of tho United Stales and ho eulogized
nut only the Jiotuji o record made by
Mr,, Roosevelt JSUI bihiKo of the great
Again We Offer
S p e c i ajl Inducements
TTOU'LL find it a pleasure to
do business here, not only
because of what you buy but
because of the way we sell it
to you. If you're hard to fit
or just as hard to please, we've
got the clothes here that will
The Special Today is a
CLASSY SUIT for
THE KASH CO.,
Corner Fort and. 'Hotel Sts.
borers, who nro gradually accutnulat
Ing substantial amount of money to
Mr. Tokieda now Intends to develop
his plans by providing nn opportunity
for the kamaalna'), to deposit with the
Yokohama Stecle Dank hero n small
amount of one dollar and upwards
according to the financial condition or
In order to fanilllnrlzo Itself with
the local people, tho management or
tho bank here, through Mr. Tokieda
tho manager, will soon scud out bank
ing circulars to the taxpayers of the
Tho Yokohama Specie Hank Ltd., Is
ono of tho leading financial Intuitu
tlons In 'Japan. It has branch offices
In all the principal cities of tho world.
Its capital (paid un) Is Yen 21000,000
or $12,000,000, and reserve funds yen
55,900,000, or $7,950,000. Tho presi
dent of the bank 1b Damn Korcklvo
Takahachl, ono of tho veil known
financiers of Japan.
The Industrial .Edition o! the
Evening Bulletin, wraoDed
ready for mailing, 00 cent at B u 1 -letin
gy'or Rent" cards on sals at
hn Bulletin offle. ,
The Bishop Trust Company,
BEG to announce that on January 1st, 1910, thoy will
opeji a Ladles' Department In connection with
their Trust business, where ladles, desirous of sav
ing money, or with property Ir.teiests, or funds to
Invest may call or coriespoud and lecclvo advlco ns to
oponlng a bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buying real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
any other class or security. Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory a woman can hold piopeity In her own right.
Tho Bishop Trust Company feel that they havo been
fortunate In seeming for this Department the services or
Miss J. T. Mnclntyie, who Is well known In the business
community of Honolulu us tho manager for eight jenis
yputt of Illshop & Company's Savings Hank. Miss Macln
tyro will have nn olllc0 In tho Ulshop Trust Compnnj's
llultdlng on Ilothel Street, where slio will bo round dally
from 9 to 12, after the 1st of January.
All nreounts nnd. transactions strictly confidential.
things' expected or Mr. Tart, and or
the great achievements In finance, ag
riculture. 'RatoavO-iicftiiiiiieren. nerlnl
nnvigatlonUunallkevrisb thu lending
part taken .hJIvAmcrlcan In polar ex
ploratlon. ' rr
Mr. Enos Vinci!tl spoke of the,
Indies. Thct.tojast ,01 '"Mallhlnl" wus'
handled 'In uonasterly maun
Judge. Wl'KjburywIio gayo a detaleJ
account or J ntrnaLncr he was ovr
resscd arfd.MiIlledJGy: curious ladles
when he was a malhlnl In Ohio less'
than a year old. or course ho was
helpless to their attentions and too
yoipig to apptaclalo' Ihtlm, Ifls exper
ience aB a mallhlnl whllo nn Oahuan
and ''latt'erly' us a Wallukuan wero nt
times rul! or pathos and stirring Inci
dents, especially the lobster Incident.
Mr. II. M.Coko or Iho Maul NovvsVe.
sponded to the toast "Thu Press." and
It was a masterly, reply. Ho started
by giving n naccount of tho great
printing estnhlUhmonts In the States
and their great worth as cdiicntors of
mankind, and then dwelt on his first'1
exericnco ub a newspaperman four
years ago and lastly Tho Maul Nuns.
Tho next speaker was A, Q. Correa,
who spoko on the Jury systems prior
to and after annexation. W. F. Crock
ett responded to tho toust of "Prison
er," In his usual bumoroUH vein and
ended by reciting a southern poem,
Tho toast on "Prosecution" was ably
responded ,to by H. C. MosBnian, pros
ecutor ol tho county a omco. no iav
Ished praise on Mr, Coko for the able
manner In which ho handled the
enormous legal work which, necessarily
surrounds tlq pfilco nf'th'o County At
torney. Shcr'ff Saffory ,'ousted on
"Clerk or Court",!)? relating an Inci
dent In mythological times when a
lion nnd n came) iue( (o consider thu
capabilities or u mulo ever becoming
q Walluku po-
Ilco which tho siH-uker composed while
tho Sheriff was on his feet extolling
the clerical ability nr,theru'utual choice
or the lion nnd tho camel,' Mr. Kenla
Lpoko on "Ohosts," am 'related mnny
ghastly stories In phostiidin, both nn
clont and modern.' ' ', '
J. L. Coko, In whoso' lienor tho din
ner was given, thn 'closed tho even
ings' happy proceedings by opening
his henrt nnd'decla'rlngt that ho was
indeed borry t,o part from tho land
where ho had ppent over ten years or
tho best part of his life,
All will miss. Jovial Jim, but he
promjses to tnmo 'to"Miiul whenever
uu opiKirtunlty' presents Itself.
: THOSE KAU RECEIETS J
Up until last week tburo was tyi
reeonl of nuy hiich Ik-enso In t'lj
Treasiiier's IhhiKs, according to Clt
JIllp. OCU.J9. TJieJilci Tribune
grvoH'thJ following 'ns'.tlie exact copies
or some of" thu alleged license, icceipts
which wcro Issued by the Knu police,
the copies having been furnished by
License Inspector Alfonso:
Naachlu, Aug. 11. 1909.
' rtccclved from A.' Olilsa
Twenty-six IWHl Dollars
For Mdso License nt Nnalellii
From July 1 to Juno 30, 1910.
(Sgd.) j. k. ki:kaijla.
Per K. Kawelu.
r . k k
vofj'jhiniitvy referred Jo
nnient was paid to tho Cuuu-
ty Treasurer's .iplipo on Oct.
, , PabaLi, Juno 11, 1999.
Kirflvcit from 'Okumoto
Ten COJOO Dollnrs
For Harbor Shop Llcctiso
iSgd.) JNO. KAUWi:.
Tho money rufurrtd to In this case
was turned In on October 8,
Naulehu, July 27, 1909.
k Received 'front Mnrislgu Jap
Ten 0no IVillars
-Mo.iula, Pah.il.i, Aug. 17, 19 9.J&
Itecelved from llauindit Slgedisi'
Tor (inmbllng. '
(Sgd.) JNO. KAHWi:.
1 10.00. .
Affonso reports that tlie illco rrc,
ords show no record or any such Dr
iest, while Lyman states Hint t!u
Treasurer's, books do not (.haw r.jy I
such name, '
Tho University or Mlthlgan will gfvo
four .vears' roursn In r.illrn.id udnin
Istrallon for students wWhlnn
iv lor rallroid positions.
u guild viutk.
Clerk or Court Enmnd H. II
Bpondcd to tho toast ''"nto pher
reciting a lullaby on uiu Walli
Bulletin Business Office-Phone 25a
i..ti.in rjfor)l Woorri Phone 1B5
SI. 125 -Three bed-room house and
lot 50x80 on Buckle lane, near
St. Louis College.
S500 Four room cottage and lot on
Both houses were built during the
last year and are, exceptional bar
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. , 74 S. King St.
Location and Elevation
A SELECT RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
IS A HIGH VALLEY ON THE SEASHOHE, LOCATED BETWEEN DIA.
MOND HEAD AND THE WAIMANALO MOUNTAINS, It has an elevation
of about two hundred feet and commands a magnificent ocean view
with the most1 picturesque mountain scenery on the island. It is the
passage for the never-failing breeze from around Koko Head, which at this high elevation is
cool, dry and sweeping nnd far more healthful than the damp clouded valleys and other lower
parts of the city. The beautiful Kapiolana Park, the Waikiki beach, the- Moana and Seaside
Hotels and a number of elegant homes and magnificent estates, some valued as high as $250,.
000.00, are all located in this part of the city and only a short distance from Kaimuki.
Kaimukl itself has over one hundred and 'sixty beautiful homes and several miles of macadam
ized streets. As this company control's the entire Wailas side, excepting eight blocks, of
this magnificent residential property, we expect to make it the select residential district of the
city, No'obiection"able buildings will be erectec and no undesirable people will live in this
district, Itjwill'be modernly improvcd.and every effort made to maintain the highest stand
ard of residential-property.
Our prices, $500.00 for corner lots and $400.00 for inside lots, are exceptionally low com
pared with the future value of this property. Yoi cannot possibly make a better investment
for cither profit or homesite than the purchase of one or more of these lets.
Kaimuki Liaild Co., Ltd.,
Rooms 37 and 3 ft Yripng Building' ' ' - Honolulu
& -v M" 'rtfax