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VOI. 31. NO. 4440.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1909. 10 FAQES.
PRICE 5 GENII
C. BREWER & CO. AND
W. G. IRWIN UNITE
LARGE SUGAR INTERESTS
This special cablegram to the Bul
letin received this forenoon In re
cponte to a query ae-it to Can Fran
cltco by this piper, rj ves the general
public the first Information of one of
the largest and most Important deals
that has been made In the local busl.
i.ecs circles for many yeirs.
Some weeks tgo E. Faxon Bishop
of Brewer fi. Co. w-nt to Ban Frtncls-i
co with the stated Intsntloi of taking
a short vacation. It soon became
known that a large and far reaching
deal was on foot, between Brewer
Co. and W. G. Irwin & Co., and having
to do with large pla itatlon agencies,
but none of tho local representatives
would talk. Thoy stated that the In-1
formation must come from San Fran, manalo plantations on this Island, Kl
ctsco. This Information the B u 1 1 c-, lauea plantation On Kauai, Olowatu
1 1 rvseeurd.- ,.
The indications of the deal are that
Irwin & Co. contemplate going out of
the field ns sugar agents, and that the
Irwin Intcretts will be confined solely
to banking and the agency of the
Oceanic Steamship Company. Mr. Ir-
win recently bought the bank or
Spreckels A Co., previously carried on
ao a partnership,
NEW YORK, Oct. 25. Sir Thom
as Lipton arrived here today to
make arrangements for his fourth
race to coin the America's cup. It
is his intention to contest for the
cup next summer if he can reach a
satisfactory conclusion with the
New York Yacht Club.
Tho case wherein K. II. Low Is,
charged with im Infraction of the
legulatlons pertaining to tlio proper
numbering of his automobiles, has
ugaln boon continued at police.
court. The ease liaa been Bet for to-
Inter-Uluul nod O. Tt. ft L. shlppln?
books for ante st tho Bulletin
nfllre. tC each.
,"t in the
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
San Francisco, Oct. 25
secured the agency of all plan
tations hitherto held by W. G.
Irwin & Co. except Hutchinson.
THe agencies now held by W. O.
Irwin 4Co. are Honolulu and Wal
plantation ort Maul Hllo" Sugar" Co.
and paauhau on the Island of Hawaii.
The only one remaining with the
Irwin Interests Is Hutchinson Sugar
plantation that Is near the Hawaiian
Agricultural Company's plantation at
Pahala, and regarding which there
has from time to time been talk of
consolidation. This talk so far as
known however Is not authoritative.
S p a i n To
MADRID, Spain, Oct. 25, One of
the first results of the change in the
ministry is the announcement made
today that the campaign against
Morocco will not be pushed. This
war in Morocco has been so bitterly
opposed by the people as to threaten
the life of the government itself.
MILWAUKEE. Wis., Oct. 25. A
boiler exploded in the great Pabst
brewery here today. One man was
killed and the damage to property
will amount to $200,000.
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
Oet your CANDIES at the
FRESH EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK
Hotel Street, near Union.
W. M. Glffard, manager of W. G.
Irwin 4 Co., when shown the Bul
letin's cablegram, stated that ht
could say absolutely nothing a to
the d.Ulls of the deaf'tohlch' the
This deal Is the largest that has
been mlde for years, jnvolvlng mil
lions of dollars and has Just been
closed on the mainland. George R.
Carter, when shown the Bulletin
cable today, confirmed the reported
(Continued on Page 4)
MELBNOURNE, Australia. Oct.
25. Bill Lang and Bill Squires
fought a finish fight here today for
the pugilistic championship of Aus
tralia, Squires was knocked out in
the twentieth round of a fltrht that
made up 'in vigor what it lacked in
RACCONICI, Italy, Oct. 25.
Czar Nicholas left here today
home, his conference with Italy's
King having been satisfactorily com
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 25. Su
gar Beets", 88 analysis, Hi 6d.
Paritv, 4.43 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis 1 l-2d.
OpLLETIN ADA PAY
White Clow Honey
OPENED THE KNIFE
IEHIND HIS IACK
Defendant's Counsel Will Try to
Show that Mori Did Not Plan to
Commit Murder When He At-!
faulted Japanese Editor.
James Coho Insisted that tho at-
emptad to assasslnnto Kdltor Sheba 1
of the Hawaii Shlnpo on Aug. 3 last,
was n witness In his own betiulf this
morning. Ho gave a detailed ac
count of his assault on Sheba nnd
under exumlnatlon of Attorney
picmcdltutlou and c-uised solely by
tempted assassination was without
premeditation 'and tuusel sololy by
the fact that Sheba was ""sarcastic
and I considered nijMt Insulted."
In response to Coke's question
ing, Mori stated that he was 22 ears
of age and had been In Hawaii ten
j ears. Ho declared thai lie had no
feeling of enmity against Sheba he
jond the tomlctlon that the policy
of tho Hawaii Shlnpo was In oppo
sition to the Interest of the Japan
ese people. In Hawaii.
Mori Illustrated the method he
adopted In stabbing the editor after
tho brief discussion nt King and
Smith streets. Attorney K, A.
Douthltt acted the part of the edit
or, standing in the nttitude that
charncteitzed the unsuspecting
Sheba when the High Wage ally was
preparing to plunge n specially
sharpened knife Into his body.
Coke asked Mori If he had select
ed any special portion of 8hoba's
anatomy. Mori answered that ho hail
struck Sheba on the head first, but
was without intent as to tho placq
ho reposed to kink his Knits.
With tho testimony of Dr. Sin
clair this morning the prosecution
rested the case. Drv Sinclair told of
tho statements made by Mori after
his anest and the belief that he had
Just done a lommendable uct in at
tempting to rid tht world of a mau
whom many Japanese believed was
advocating a policy In' direct oppo
sition, to tho Interests and desires of
Attorney Douthltt made, tho state
ment to tho July In behalf of tho do-
fonse. Douth'ltt stated that ho evi
dence to ho adduced by tho defense
would hIiow that Mori had no Intent
to murder Sheba and .that he simply
desired to punish the editor of tho
Hawaii Shlnpo for what ho considered
nn attitude treasonable, to tho best In
terests of his countrj men.
"If we show theso facts, as we will,"
said Douthltt, "wo will oak for a ver
dict of not guilty ns charged In tho in
dictment, which alleges an Intent to
What He Wants
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Oct. SS.Sir Thomas
lipton, in speaking of , his plans for
making another attempt to lift the
America's cup, stated today that he
wants the rules of the race to be so
changed that he will be able to
bring a substantial craft across the
Atlantic for the competition. The
rules that have prevailed through
out all the previous contests allow
the yachts to be purely racing ma
chines. This, lipton claims, handi
caps him, as he umst build a yacht
that will stand the test of the trans
Atlantic trip to New York.
185 editorial rooms 2Kfl busi
ness office. These are the telnphoni
numbers of the BulUtln officii
BULLETIN AD8 PAV-4
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISC. Oct. 25. The
Mission Athletic Club has offered
175,000 to have the prize fight be-
I tween Jim Jeffries and Jack John-
son pulled off under their auspices.
uonrotn, tne wen - Known, pme
fight promoter, offen $50,000,
A warning has been sent Vwt from
the local branch of the U. S. Weath
er Bureau to the officials of the port,
Including the harbormaster, and ulso
to shipping (Inns of the city. '
It Is announced that the barome
ter lias now reached n lower figure
than nt any time sliue December,
1900. All Indications point to some
severe weather from tho southwest,
according to the predictions from
the weather bureau.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
FRONKE, Pcland, Oct. 25. Mr.
Gaffney, American consul at Dres
den, landed here today after a bal
loon trip from Dresden to this city.
The flight was made without special
incident and is one of the best of re
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LIMA, Peru, Oct. 25, The Peru
vian government has sanctioned the
protocal drawn between Peru and
Bolivia to settle the lond-standlng
boundary dispute. u This is the mat
ter that nearly caused a war be
tween Argentine and Bolivia on ac
count of the award made bv Ar
gentine, called into the matter at an
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
-AMOY, China, Oct. 25,. Naval
Surgeon Foster has been named as
United States Vice Consul at this
FUSUINO GETS SEVEN MONTHS.
Fusil I no, who was convicted of Il
legal Imprisonment this afternoon
before Judge Do Holt, was sentenced
to set en months in Jail. The cuso
aioso out of tho late strike, and tho
convicted man was one, of tho party
who enticed somo non-strikers down
lo the Higher Wngo Association
looms and theie datalned tho men
for kjhio time.
Bulletin Businest Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Mistaking 1'e.irl Harbor for the portlrnd swung niuldshlpH on It Those ll
of Honolulu, I. I.. Cockett and a party the Inut.cli were b.ull shaken up, dm
of friends hrd iinanow escape last worked h ml to gut her looyo Tor
night from being 'wrecked on the nif, ncailj our hourx thtj tusked nwa
and later from being captured by the aiirt llnall tlioj managed to slip hcl
Federal authorities on suspicion that Into dup wuler. Thin u now danger
they were smugglers. As It was tho confronted litem Tho earflo rjo ot
launch pounded on tho rocks for four tho naval launch gtnrds ctiMlit sight
hours, nnd when they finally got her of tho launch and t-nlnlu; their'
off. a speedy run w,s made to this rlty ' senrclijlkht, Martul out (o illfcmoi
with tho government launch In hot
pursuit for booio time with search
lights plalng on them.
It appears the joung people had
been cruising along the coast of Oahu,
nnd finally aftor daik headed for
home. The mistook tho lights nt
first for those In the harbor here, and
started In. Before the little launch
had gone far, she ran foul o'f a reef
CHIEF LEAL IS
ON SICK LEAVE
Attack On Detective May
Cause Return From
From present appearances It
would seem that an attempt Is being
made to .blacken the character of
Joseph Leal, Chief of Detectives,
whilst he Is absent from the Terri
tory and unable to defend himself.
Leal, who is In bad health, left on
the last Alameda for the mainland,
where he Is going to visit the hot
spring.) in hopes ot getting rid ot
the rheumatism which has been
tiuuunug him for a long time past.
Leal's trip to the coast Is costing
uim very lime, as inn sicaiiisiiui
company provided, him with fico
transportation ana nis society, inu
Eagles, Is making htm nn allowance
during his absence on sick leave.
Leal, before taking the position
of Chief of Detectives, was running
an automobile for rent. He had pur
chased the mnchlno on tho Install
ment plan, and, besides palng a
deposit, had to make monthly pay
ments ot $100 to tho firm he pui
chased the car from.
I'rlor to Joining the pollco depart
ment Lcal's payments wcio nlwas
on time, and sometimes were made
before thoy woro actually due. Aft
er becoming Chief ot Detectives, Leal
got behind In his pamcnts and
could not moet tils monthly obliga
tions. Tho car, on which ha bad
paid about $1,000, was taken nway
from him, and the money he had
put Into tho vesture was lost.
The above facts hardly point to
successful graft, and the general
opinion round town seems to be that
Leal's position as Chief is being
sought by a former holder ot the bil
let. It Is probable that a cable will bo
In a dress shoe you want one that is comfortable.
You can't get it in a cheap shoe.
"Our Chief" is made with a 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
in ik airs 11 A MrAflVtnaw
what vwih thejuittcr
Not suru who was after them CocK
ett opened up the throttle, and let the
launch out for Honolulu The nawil
launch Increased Its deed but wok
toon outdlst mreil and nttcr n trjlnt
experlinre, tho Honolulu p irty nr
lived Rafa ami sound, but weirlol with
their erclti n.enl Thu liuncli was
rcrttchot up hut not, bull) ilainiged.
STf LOUIS. Oct. 25. PresideVlt
Taft arrived here early this morning,
and immediately began a round of 4j
elaborate functions nt which thel
President made brief addresses, de- v'j
voting himself principally to the -4
sumect or lmnrovement or the in-, it
land waterways of the naticn. If
The pr.,;dent utt m. t.i nn. j
DOarded a learner at 5 o'clock XlinJl
ofternonn fnr tlin frin tn Now fir.
1CM Two tor Jido boats that came
j up the river will ret r.s escort. The
beat bearing ti.e 1 resident uill make
eight stops on the way down the
river, arriving at New Orleans oil
iln the Yukon
NOME. Alaska, Oct. 25. The
steamer Herman of the Pacific Coast
fleet has been frozen in the ice of
the Yukon and will be forced to
winter in the north.
Bulletin Basincss Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhowi IM.
dispatched to Leal today advising
him to return nt once and faco tho
charges which aro being liiudo
Shoe, Co., Ltd.,?
1051 Fort St.
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