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VOL. XI. NO. 4448.
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1G PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY 'OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1909. 16 PAGES,
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JLJ T JLA. 1 XX VJ!
DENIES INTERFERENCE OF
His Honor Writes Brief Letter to George
W. Smith, and Says He Will Put
Request for Public Hearing lip
To Board of Supervisors.
Mnjur Ken hai v Ittm hts 1-ller tu
(leorgo V. Hnillli, In nnsuci to tin)
one sent lilni by Ml. riniilh .n't nv for
ii public hcnsi'ig in U' o tc nphii.'io mat
ter. A publlthcd In bit n Rut f II ii I
I o 1 1 n, tlic Major" has n j i 'tj lion to
'n hc-iilm; In tho twittr und has of
fered to iilucu nl t!u (llspisal of tho
Merchants' AckocIiIIo'I any Inforum
lion liu tun: Inc. u. He Ii ik iu.iinl.cil
to put tlio innll'T boron1 the Hoard of
Supervisors lit their next meeting.
BIaor Kern has taki'i tlio Htiti'l
Hint tlio city In throwing away Its
lights by making c.'inccni'lnns tlio
llonul did, In tlio Mutual Telephone.
Company, anil lia (IcuIcm the, report
IS JNCREASEDj.JOR. CANE FIELDS
Walalua Story Mythical, They Passed The Rigid
But Slocks Are
T. II. l'ctrlo of Cnsllo & Cooko Mntea
Hint theru Ih nbeoluli'ly no truth in
tlio tcpoit published by ll-i morning
paper thnl tlio Wnlalun dl'cctorH lmo
dtclilcd mi n tlir-o poi eiiit eti.l div
idend. No nctlon whaiivci ih.is been
tnken nn I iiono Is piot.ili'o until No
Kwu pliiiitntlon l'm.on-i has do
el ncd IIh second two pi i c nl cxtin
dividend thin )er nnd I: 'M I bo pay
nblo tlio III st Inst.
Tim niitutil mei ling til Hi" ll-owety
wan held jcslcidny mid Hid dlicrt'Us
toted to Incrcaso tlio dividend paid
fulfil iiifinlli Tiniii llw. lit-f.h.tiit Hir-of.
- -. !.. .....
fourths per cent o ono per sent. Tlio'
MockholdorH uiu 'ilso ox,Uln uu ex
tra later in tlio koiihoii.
Htocka tills morning ujipeared to
gain bonio sticnglh nftci ThS unlet lii
ueeks. Wnhilim sold ut lit! T.O. Oahil'
iidMiueed to 32, und ri.!'i"oi nlvutiiTd
to 188. Ilonokhn Hold m thu ;cIijiiki
nt 19 2.ri, Ilutchlniion aiHunenl, Ulai
In HtioiiR und tlio wlioln Hut Hce:iiH to
bu In better idinpo Kenoi'i'l;'.
A flood In tho rcnob irnt rUer car
rh il 2 lln 000 feet of Iocs away und
Ii ilf of them wcio earrlol out to hmi.
BcmtuI lAa wero used to pick up tho
logs, (nit many of them wcio lost.
What is the use of paying
for a participating policy when you
can buy a non-participating policy
at a lower rate!
923 Fort Street
Hint lie Is plajlng nny polities In the.
matter. Supervisor Mylett stormed
over tlio lemurlm mntlo nliout Ills nttl
linlo. .ml s.iyn ho Id working only f-ir
the Interests of the city I nthe mittcr.
"Wo do not vvnnt tliu public to think
wo arc coins nlcal with the work hi
rtctilnneo nf tlio law." slid Tic.isurcr
Curler, of Ilia Mutiul Telephone Com
p.my, tilts morning, "and that In the
Impression chin out by thin morn
ing's hloiy, but vvo nra going nhend
nllh the work unions stapled by tlio
Ilo-ird of Supervisors, Of coin-so In
uncli n care ns that, the mattei wl'I
into the courts theru to be thrcshel
One hundred mid fifty lliisslnii men
mid uomen und ner sixty chlMton
who arrived hero from Ilurbin, Man
chin In, mi Thursday, hnvo sntlsiuctor
11 pnsKcd tlio iIkI'I exninlii'itlnu im
posed by tho Federal IinmlRratlon an
thorlttcH and with the oxccptlon of ono
man who hits dlsptaed tendencies to
wauls Insanity, they liavo been ills
pitrhcd to various Ilnwnllau siiRiir
plaututloiiH there to tnko up work
which has been offered by tho ropro
rontntlvps of tho planters.
Tlio Manila Ken wus placed under
rhurter to carry families to Hawaii
und Maul ports. Vcn families wcio as
rIkihmI lo Olan plnntatlon on Hawaii
today. Six families will tnko tip work
on W'nlakca plnntatlon near llllo, while
nineteen families will ho given cm
plojmeiit on tho plnntatlon nt Knhii-
lul. Maul. An nKslKinuent of sixteen
families to Mnknwcll plantation on
Kauai wns also ninde.
ActlnK Inspector Ilnmond C. Ill own
has completed IiIh work of Inspection
of tho now nrrlvnls. Tlio rcilornl nil
IhorltlcH pashed all hut seven or eight
of tho'HtrnnKorB, and they worn then
chen nil oniiortiiiiltv of culm; uhout
the city nnd Inking In Romoof tlio
benutlCH of Honolulu nnd Mcllllty.
Representatives of tho fiugnr plant
ers stood rendy to glvo tho Russian 4
(inplojiuent nt tho various plantations.
Tho Immigrants wcro rendy for work
and nrruiigcmcntH towards securing
employment wero quickly completed.
Those who failed lo pass tho rigid
lenulrcmcntfl of tho Immlgrntlon
boiiul yesteiday wcio given another
opportunity to mako good thin morn
ing. They camo tliinugli tho ordciil
with living colors. Tho ono man re
maining behind Is still confined to tho
police station, nnd ho uppenrs nn de
mented. At tlmcn ho shows signs of
being Imbued with a lawless spirit
nnd bonio of his utterances nro anarch
istic In tho extreme. Ho will prob
ably ho returned to Siberia by tho
earliest nvnllablo transportation,
Tho steamer Kenuhnu, which arrived
fiom n special trip jestcrday, was
chartored to carry tho Ilusslans as
signed to Knual plantations.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 23. Su-
car Beets, 88 analysis, lis 1 1-2(1. i
Parity. 4.35 cents, Previous .quota
tion, lis. f n it l'iViWi
RECORD OF OUR
. ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 23.
Officials of the Foreign Office strenu
ously deny that the Russian govern,
ment has received a joint note from
the powers of Europe on the Man
chi'rian question. According to
these authorities, there has been no
extraordinary Communication from
any of the cowers on the situation
in the Far East.
. (Special Bulletin Cable.) '
OAKLAND. Oct. 23. Fleming,
driving the Pope Hartford machine,
won the 238 mile race in the auto
contests here today. Fleming made
an average speed, of 64.51 miles per
hour. Three men were injured in
RALEIGH, N. C, Oct. 23. Busi
ness men of this citv were very much
surprised today by an order issued
by the owners of the local cotton
mills closing the mills until further
notice. It is stated that the action
is taken in order to curtail the out
out and prevent over-production.
Erben js Dead
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. Admiral
Erben died here today.
, Kill Space
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ATLANTA,. Oct. 23. George Rofr
ertson drove an automobile today
Ave miles in three minutes fifty
nine and four-fifths seconds.
Tho business of the International
CorresiKiiidonco Schools of Hcranton,
l'n., for this territory will bo conduct'
ed by a representative from thu homo
ritllco after November 1st, nt 1)31 Fort
ttreet, Honolulu. Ct
WILSON At Kukulhaclo, Hawaii,
Oct. 18, 1909, tu Mr. und Mrs. D. K.
Wilson, a son.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 268.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189.
FROM THE PALM CAFE.
Fresh TvyiceV Day."
(Siiecial Blllet'in Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 23. Fol
lowing ii the result of todav's foot
ball garnet among the larger uni
Harvard lit Brown 0.
Yale 30. Colgate 0.'
Amy IS, Lehigh 0.
Navy 9, University of Virginia 9.
PLAYED WITH MATCHES
BORNEO TO DEATH
(Hpcclil fovjllio Hullo 1 1 n)
H WnlllliMI Mini rirl 99 A I,..,. ,
It nuoKo child near thu hospital nl til The Delaware, which is the latest
sprcckelHvll'le,' l'liuneno. Camp l, ti t the American battleships of the
tt wan nccldcntally burned to death tti dreadnaught tvne. is regarded as the
tt lust Monday' Thu niuihur had ,moit powerful warship afloat under
tt left the hound for a little while tt
St vlun neighbors wcro attracted to tt
, S the hiiltdlnxby thaVgonltcil cries tt
tt of tho chll(tr?tWlicn help urrltci tt
tt the child's. face was burned be! tt
tt J end recognition and tho body tt
: badly chirred. The burning tt
tt olothen were removed: Dr. Menla tt
tt attended to tho hijurlen. Tho tt
tt child died iturlng'thonlght. Tim tt
U child, about flvo years old, was tt
tt plnjlng with matches. tt
ROAD CONTRACT LET
John Emmeluth Is
i Successful: Bidder
At a special meeting of tho Hoard
of Supervisors this noon, tho con
tract for building tho Kohana bench
load wns awarded to John 'Emme
luth, his tender for the work being
llfi.240. the lowest bid offorcd. The
next lowest was made by the Con
crete Construction Company at $IG,
G85. Tho bid inado by Henry Do
Krlcs nnd Albort Trask was $17,700.
No other business was taken up, us
the Kcsdon 'was en I led for the pur
poso of awarding this contract so
thnt the wofk mtghtjbe pushed with-
XEXINGTON, Oct. 23. Salvator,
the famous race hone, died here to
day. The . horse was one of the
greatest race animals in history.
(Special Bulletin liable.) .
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 23. This
city was the center of an earthquake
which was felt throughout the sur
rounding states. No damage ii re
ported. White Clovir Honey
f tBlSHi IH YBSBMl
ROCKLAND, He., Oct. 23.
Splendid results attended the trial
trio of the American dreadnaught
Delaware off this port today. The
great warshin made a speed of 21.98
knots and developed 30,000 horse
CZENST0CH0WA( Poland.' Oct.
23. The image of the .virgin Pmu
Hap, that has Tested in a local can-
vent for yean was robbed toaav of
the elaborate robe and .Talaable Jew
els with which it was.' deoorated.
The jewels were valued at several
millions of rubles.
Czar and King
BACC0NIGI, Italy. Oct. 23. Crar
Nicholas of Russia and the King of
Italy met here today. The confer
ence was devoid of any extraordi
nary ceremony. The monarchs ex
chnnted cordial greetings and held
a lengthy conference on matters of
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CHICAGO. Oct. 23. Gotch. the
wrestler, has been matched with
Oovanni Raicevich for the world't
KINO HAS A 8TEADY JOB.
Tho chnrgo of vagrancy against Pal
rick King was dismissed by Judgo An
drade at this morning's session of Po
lice Court. King appeared before the
judgo and declared that ho had'round
ed up h steady Job In tho steamer Iwu
lanl. King was auvlsed In hold It and
1'cep clear of thu clutches of the police
DEFEATS SUGAR COMPANY.
Ixis Angcjes, Oct, 9.Ily a decision
from tho bench of the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals today, Tim
othy Can oil, a pioneer of .Southern
California, wins his twelve-year light
to compel tho I.os Allmltos Sugar Com
pany to pay him royalty on his patent
beet dump. Tills ruling crowns with
victory the strugglo of Carroll, who Is1
70 years old, against poverty und hard-,
ship. It will mako him Independently
rich before tho expiration ot his pat
ents six carB hence, This also will
offect tho beet sugar Industry all over
tho country as many factories wilt now
pay tho roynltlos and use the dumps.
Anothor dissolution of tho Hnntsh
Senate Is Imminent as a result of thu
clash over (-'Inland's contribution to'
tho Russian defcosu fund. Tho Rus
sian cabinet asks s-1,000,000 from Fin
land; tho Kins will contribute only
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King. St, Phone 15.
TO GET PLOT FOR
Deathof Elvin Stirs N.G.H.
Men To Act For
Members of the National Ouard
of Hawaii had brought home to
them, through the death of Clias. HI
vln, the possible fate of n man who
has served tho country well, but
Inter met with misfortune.
Klvln Is nn old National (luards-
man, nnd had n very good rciord In
the service. Of Into jears ho lias
I ecu unfortunate, und when he dlol
his family not only had no money
with which to bury him, but were In
straitened circumstances. Ills old
associates of the National Clunrd
and In the public service have rais
ed the (jioncy needed. They have
also started n movement Hint should
result In the Territory making pro
vision to nt least glvo men who have
served In the National Ouard a de
cent burial, A lot can bo purchased
for this purpose at a very reasonable
figure, and the cost of the burial may
be provided for under a contingent
fund. .. I
There Is no opposition to the plan.
. UJi hellovtid & itrnncr tlilm? fil
the peoplo'tri (to In recognition ot
the men who put themselves ready
for call at the couniry's needs.
One bj one the stragg'erx who
mined I hulr shlpk at tho dcpaVtuio of
the United ttates cruiser squadron,
aro being gathered Into tho police
This afternoon, a ninn who declared
that his name was !)lcr. was placed
under arrest charged with having de
serted ono of the cruise-a which re
contly visited tho port.' Uyicr denied
the charge, but Is being hi Id under
Invenllgitlon until his care can bo
p.isred upon by thu local t.r-vul author
ities. The man s believed to be trav
elling under an assumed nam?.
'III I F1IN n w
TRIED TO CROSS
A Porto IHcan lad, named AntoiiO)
Satieties, had a very close cull from
being horribly mangled and meet
ing with death from beneath a Rapid
Transit schoct car early this morn
ing. The joungster was attempting to
cross In front of the slowly moving
enr, which was proceeding towards
! Knitnukl, and which had n cared the
I switch at Mollllll
In a dress shoe you
You can't get it in a cheap shoe.
"Our ChieT" is made with n hand-welted sole of the
finest selected material by skilled workmen. Very few fac
tories can make hand-made shoes because they don't keep
the skilled workmen.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 23. Three
hundred thousand spectators assem
bled at the automobile races held in
Oakland in connection with the For
The evsnt. s'artintr under such
I favorable auspices, was not without
I its depressing incident. One man
i was killed nnd another fatally in
jured in the races.
An on'cr wnn Issued this morning;
by the feiilloil.il Supieinu Court vn
cnllnjr tho Judgment unit remanding
the case of the Hstutc of .M. V.
Holmes against I'ujltunl, on appeal
fic;n tho district magistrate of lla
n.i'.ua. it was iiverrnl In the com-
piftlnl that about lVbruary 28, 1911:.
an ncmuiil wis start id b und be
tween the philutllt mid dcfendni.t
and Hint there wns n balance, of ,
S22S.C9 im on goods, (n the, courio -s
of' Its opinion tho Hupp-iiu Court J
siijk that "nu ni lion upon an no t
count staler or for goods sold or (U'-"A
llvcied, not nuouipnii ed b) a bill nt
particularH or n htutemeiit of nc- .
count. Is not mi action upon nn opcar
account. 'I.slnti- of M. V. Holmes' ;
is not thc'iinuie nf-u perKou nor does
It appear from the iccurd to bn that
of n (orporatlou. The defect shoiihl
bu cured befoio furtlxr proceed
Col. William II. Mori hem. (Ml wnr
veteran, ex coiigresamnn mid former (I
tumuli... .if II... Itilf.rul 'if n f ,imnw.,.i ' !
rommlsi'loii dlid ut his hopio In Wiv- '
terlisi III ! Iho nco of SB. He will
the author ef u 'lO-Uont il tnrylff bill.
Ah It was, the boy was severely
bruised about Die head mid rendered
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lltl.iiitnLiiiiin iif it... ...... .. ...... ,
taken lo Queen's llospltnl, where ho ;
received lucdliiil treatment, nnd It
Is said he will pull llirougn vvllliout'i
The boy was plajlng with another
lad about his own nge, nnd In run
nlug l front of the car slipped ami
fell to the t .ill, causing several con
tusions about tho head.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
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