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EVENING DUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, 0CT0I1EU 22, 1009
Hp Imm'gration Official Expcs?
& ' White Slave Evil In New York
sssHsf? HnvHV ?Awiv t t V I & fciiii'iitr "'Ir'lfsssssssB
A sc.iml.il of lii.iKiiltuiUi la HKo
Kiemlmul commission on ImmlgrAtl
hers of the commission unci ofHiliils n
otisly. Since his rccrnt reappolntm
Kills la1.mil William Williams, know
fleer, has been InvrstlKntilif; (lia v,nl
New Ycirli Cltj lie li.is found tlin
In a miinncr far illffcient fimn vvlm
makes no f.c.ret of the fact that m
fiom tli e lo places to dlsreputnhlo to
oiablo employment He lias linrrcil
from Kills Islniul anil declines If tli
cause, the places to lie closed Ofllct
genuine sonsitlon to grow out of th
If It isn't
It Isn't a
THERE is only one "Kodak," and it
Is made by the EASTMAN
KODAK CO. Wc carry a complete
line of all sizes and wc sell them at the
same prices they arc sold for throughout
the United States.
We carry also a complete line ot
KODAK FILMS easily identified by
the "N.C." on the'box and "Kodak" on
the spool end.
All goods guaranteed. Money back
if unsatisfac'o y. '
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Fut:tiirt and Piano Movin
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
y to follow the ii'port of the Con
in If statements given out by mem-
t Kills Island inc to ho tnKen seri-
ent to the post (if commissioner at
n f.u nml vvhlo ns n most efficient or
otis bo-i.illqd InimlKrant homes In
t some of thee places at c contlucleu
t tlioi purport to he. Mr. Williams
tinj j'ounpr Klrls have been lured
scuts under "promise of rcceUliiR linn
somc of tin .igcnts of these places
o e II Is not discontinued he will
ills ut WnahliiRtou arc looking for a
Fort St., ,ncar Hotel.
FOR GRfcAT FIGHT
Professor John Fryer Foretells Great
Strupfile Against the Encroach
nients of Other Nations of the
IIRUKBLKY. Oct. S.-"Chlna Is ' ' th Mareonl 8",em-
prorating for one of tho gicntest London, Knglnnd, Sept. 30. Tho
(ontchts of leslstanco that sho hnH goernmcnt, after prolonged negotla
ecr Known. The time Is coming (Ionslinn completed arrangements to
when she will rebel iiRalnst the In- tako over all tho cuast stations of tho
truslons and encroachments of tho
other nations and .lint time Is not
This was tho slntemcnt of Prof.
John Tijer, bead of the department
of Orlcntnl languages nt tho unher
slt, made before the student body
In Harmon gymnasium this morn
ing. I'rofessut lr er has Just re
turned from Ills tiib-li.illL.i leave of
nbfonce, halng spent the last jear
In a tour of the world, passing tho
givatcr portion of hU ncntlun In
When called upon to nddrcss tho
students concerning his trip. I'rof.
IV) cr tooK for his subject tho
"AwnKenlng of China." He Is an
authority on all matters concerning
inc unenninu simeci imii uiiimi w
preparing for a struggle that would
moan her dcllvernmc If successful,
and if not would provo her downfall.
Pi of. FY) or stilted, however, that
the Orientals had cveiy chiinco for
iucie8s. Ho said In part:
"China for n great many cars
has been pre)ed upon by the other
nations of tho globe. Sho hns been
hnrrassed by Japan, nnd nt ono tlmo
wmb in cxtrumo peril. bhe Is
hemmed In on all sides by greedy na.
tlons, who nic swiftly encroaching
Into her Interior. To meet tho ad
vance of tho other nations China has
Btartod u movement that Is making
that nation ndvnnco tenfold more
rapidly than nt any other stage of
"The Unlvoislty of California is
sending over Its graduates to In
struct tho )oung Chinese cnglncors
and' other students. This work Is
meeting with marvelous bucccss. Tho
Chinese nrn rnnldlv crnsplnc the ad
vanced ideas of this nntion and are J
acquiring a practical Knowledge of
all those subjects that will mean her'
"The graduates of this university
arc eagerly sought for by the au
thorities of the Chinese universities.
While vUltlng China I came In con
tact wth n great many of our alum
ni who n ro now Instructing the
)oung Chinese. In every ense 1
found that they were meeting with
great success. It Is through these
men that our western ideas are
. . , , ,, .
ue.ug nosorueu uy ,..o , urnmau wno
are working out their future In a
nu, uw ! ouicijr iuu t..
"Thoy now realize that tho time
for action Is nt hand that if they
don't tako steps at once to stem tho
tide of the encroaching outsiders
they will soon bo overwhelmed and
will bo unable to help themselves.
This fnit Is only too true, 'it Is now
or never for tho Chinese. They must
awaken now or they are n lost na -
"I havo noticed that tho number
nf Chlncso nt tho University of Call-
fornln is steadily Increasing. I did
not know definitely with what sue
cess these Chinese graduates ot our
university were meeting In their
own country. I found out duilng
my rocont visit. These men nro now
becoming tho leading men ot China.
Versed In nil tho branches ot the
higher knowledge, they nro bringing
China out of her long sleep nnd
showing their countrjnien Just how
they can avert the Impending peril.
I found that the western unlversl-1
tics of the United Stntes are tho
mecca of nil ambitious Chinese. It
will not be long before they will bo
here In much Inrgor numbers than
)ou Imagine. The value of such a
course hns been too well demon
strated for them to fnll to grasp
such nn opportunity. Thoy nro com.
Ing, nnd thoy are coming in force.
Asti Wines Again In
t SeatUe, Wash., Sept, 21, 1009.
The official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Paciflo Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They have received the only Qrand ? awarded on California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has also
received twentv (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIP0, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgundy, Chablis, Claret, Port, Zinfande', Haut Sauterne, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauterne; Tjkay, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grape Juic r:d. '
China Is now advancing rapidly, and,
I bclloe, Ih destined to a bright fu
ture, after the struggle, however,
which Is Inevitable and v,hlch thu
Chinese realize cull not bo averted
and tire now pieparlng for. It will
bo one of the blgf,est events III his
Government Buys Coast Stations of
Marconi wireless s)stem, .xccptlng
tho longdistance stations at Poldhu
and Clifton, which tho company re
tains for Its projected tratis-Atlnptlc
sen Ice, The guieiument pa)s J7o,()0j
for tho stations taken and gets also
tho right to use all existing patents
and all Improvements niudu during tho
next fomtt'Cli years Under tlio con
trol ot the llrltlsh ifostotllco tho Mar
coni stations will bo opene'd for com
munication eipially with all ships. Ir
respective of thilr wireless s)stcm.
Tho postofflco Is taking over also nil
tho Lloyds' wlieless stations.
Tho admiralty has long urged tho
vital Importance of vesting the control
of wireless telegraphy In tho postofflco I
tind there Is a widespread sentiment
rBnngt nllmnK lt, establishment of
n ,irhn(o lm)Iumoy n wireless tel
' TO LOAN
American Representative Falls
Tcklng, Oct. 8. Tho Gorman bank
hero has bcin Informed from llcrtln
that all tho Herman objections to tho
bank signing tho Hankow-Siectiuen
loan agreement of 130,000,000 have
No specific Instructions havo )et
been received by tho Drltlsh and
H. P. Fletcher, tho American charge
d'affaires, has Informed tlio foreign
board' that ho did not desire to press
RAILWAY OUSTS T. F. RYAN
New Yorlf Financier Loses Director
ship in Seaboard Air Line Road.
New York, QlI !. Th .nus F. Hjan
nnd two othir directors reprcseullm:
his Interests In 'lej Seaboard Air Line
Railroad weie outtcd fiom the b.iard
of directors at tho nnniul election to
day. John Sl.ullon Williams, thu Rich
mond banker whom Itynn drove fiom
the presidency of the Seaboard a few
)ears nj;o. was reelected to tho board
and It Is KiWrally understood that ho
will resume tho presidency. It is bo-
!loved In Wall street that tho road
Willi n n lOW WeeKB Will COIllOMrUm mO
,, of thu rcCelver and that then
the rCorganlntlon will bc-effected. nnd
most of the old olllcTs w no were iiriv
Icn out b. Ryan wl, be reinstated.
FLOURISHES IN SIAM.
LONDON, Oct, 9, Stealing e)e
nhaiiU Is.no light mattor In tho way
of crime, jet tho Slamcso can ac-
coml,ii, fills weighty form of lar-
.ceny, which Is tho Biibject of a con-
Isulur report fiom the Ililttsh ep-
rcsentatlvo III Slam.
The official figures for tho Salwcen
district show that fifteen elephants
- Wcro lost and ten recovered In the
April, luus, to Aiarcn, iviiu,
ns compared with thirty-four stolen
and seventeen recovered In tho pre
vious twelve months. In addition to
these, two elephants stolen In llrlt
lsh Knienni were recovered
Khun Yuom, and two stolen
Muang Yuom (ono several jears
ago) were recovered In tho Thnton
dish let, Ilurmah,
In the Chlenmnl district tho
turns of the two principal teak
show that twelve elephants
stolen, ami of these eight havo been
A torchlight procession of 5,000 per
sons was a font tiro of a demonstration
for Gen. Trevlno given In Monterey,
SWEETHEART AIDED I
Youne Marine Discovered Through
Advice of Sheriff and Brought
Back From Mountain View
Illlo, Oct, 19. Assisted with money
frpm his sweetheart, and In oritur to
escape tho persecutions of tho father
or tho fair one, B. U Knight, alius II.
Williams, deserted from the Marino
Camp In Honolulu a couple of weeks
ago, only to be captured ty Deputy
Sheriff fetter at Mountain View Inst
Sheriff Jntrett of tho County of
Onhu sent wcrd to the local pollco last
week that Knight hnd deserted, that
there was n rcwaid for his capture,
and that It was htlluved that ho had
made his wny to this island. IVttoi
Immediately took up the. case, mid
learned that there was a new in 1 1 road
station agent nt the Mountain View
depot who answered to tho description
given of the deserter. Ho found Knight
nt his office last Wednesday. Tho do-
Sorted was much surprised that tho
police had been able to locato him.
ho had funded himself absolutely
euro In his far-off retreat.
Ho offered no resistance, however,
nnd was taken to Illlo, being sent to
Honolulu In tho last Manila Kea.
Tho story which Knight, or Wil
liams, as ho called himself after ho
took his Informal departure from
Undo Sam's lodgings, told tho Dvputy
Shcrlff, giving tho reasons for his de
sertion, is a very romantic and to some
degrco pathetic one. Knight, li n
pears, w"ns Jn love with a certain Ho
nolulu damsel, and his passion was re
turned. "There was, however, a stem
father to bo reckoned with, an em
plojeo of ono of the Honolulu nev
papers, and ho strenuously opposed tho
match between his daughter and tho
gallant defender of his country
This vvouldn'tbo father-In law. snl.l
Knight, was the causo of 'ho whole
trouble. Not only did ho forbid tho
fnlr ono from seeing her chosen
Knight, but ho tried by every mcana
in his iower to make htm nppoar ab
solutely unworthy of her affection. He
even went so far as to cause his ar
rest, not only onco but twice, and
when It canio to this paBR tho lovers
decided that something desperate must
be dono to savo tho young man from
tho persecutions of the stern father.
After some deliberation It was derided
that flight was tho only wuy out of tho
,iemma eC though it Involved do.
Ftfrtlon. The young lady nlded hor
1()ur by e,ery nieans Jh her power,
nnd 8CCl,reu- n hundred 'dollars which
Bi10 gttVe hjm wlth Vhlch to aid him in
U-lcl,l m.1n l.l- nemw, frnn, ll,a
lllllll V IIIUUU 11 1 0 VPtUI'U 1 1 Will UlU
Marlno amp a couplo of ,ccks Bg0
nnd took I)ttssaB0 n tho Mauna Koa
arriving In Illlo on Wednesday, Sop
tember 29, Ho was fortunate tp so
euro employment Immediately as sta
tion agent at Mountain View, and was
awaiting tho tlmo when tho trouble
Bhould have lIpwii over nnd ho coul 1
claim his brluo. when tho arm of tlio
)nw reachcu him. Hero again tho hand
nf tho at,. i,i fnibor feteni to bo
involved, for jutt about tho tlmo of
fl)s nrrC8t Knight received n lettPi
(rom a fren,i( warning that that the
old gentleman had offered a reward
0f a hundred dollars for his arrest. In
n,i.iiti0 to tho reward offored by tho
valni authorities, and this Inducement
may havo leel to extra efforts ou tho
part ot tho Honolulu police
Now Knight hug been taken to Ho-r
nolulu, and whllo'tho stern old father
rejoices and the fair ono weeps, the
curtain has to fall on tho first chapter
of this pathetic melodrama,
It seems too bad that we cannot
promise that It will be "Concluded In
John Van Nortwlck, millionaire pi
per and pulp manufacturer and owner
of more water power rights than nny
other man In Wisconsin, died nt Ap
1'leton from heart failure.
Representatives of eleven govern
ments attended tho eighteen annual
meeting of the Association ot Mili
tary Surgeons at New York.
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 yonr home and den at very little
We are showing the necessary materials.
Colonial Drapery Fabrics
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, Also r full line of CURTAIN SWISSES from 12Vac yd.
We will have a special display this week- of
In Real Lace Spanish
In the latest art designs; direct from Paris.
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Everything absolutely new and
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Beautiful assortment at
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SILK LISLE HOSIERY
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Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
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Beretania and Fort streets.
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Lace in Black and White and
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 800.00
A 8-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort -St. A
On Fort -St. A six-room
house ." 850.00
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today, To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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