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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1900. 10 PAGES.
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CHECKS MANCHURIAN PLANS
Visited On Ito
HARBIN, Manchuria. Oct. 20. This city is in a ferment over the
assassination of llnrciuis Ito, nnd the facts of the tragedy have been
difficult to learn in their intimate detail.
It appears that ths Korean who stabbed the Marquis was in a
murderous foment when he threw himself at Ito. The scene of the
tweedy .was the railway station whers Ito nnd his party were about to
take the train for Vladivostock. Ito was assaulted just as he was com-
incr into the builJine;, the Korean striking him three times, two of the
murderous cuts bcinc in the abdomen. The statesman lost consciousness
almost immediately and died within twenty minutes. ' i
The Japanese Consul General at Harbin, who was with the Mar-'
quis and attempted to defend him from the attack, was wounded, as
were two others. The Russian Minister of Finance, who was to act as
escort to Vladivostock. had a narro .v escape.
When the Korean was finally overpewcred, he had killed the lead-'
inn stntesman of Japan nnd wounded three prominent Japanese officials, i
The assassin said that he came to Harbin with the purpose of killing Ito, '
and thus avenge his country, whic i the Japanese had taken, and his
Korean friends killed by Marouis Ilo'scrdcr. I
iiie body or the Marquis has
the way to Tckio.
IN ninu a.-jvTHlK M.vflt& C 'BaBaas
MARQUIS ITO, JAPAN'S NOTED STATESMAN. ASSASSINATED BY A
KOREAN WHILE IN MANCHURIA.
The ili-ath uC Pilnco Illioliuml It",
tho "Drain of Juimii." the stoiy of ,
which una reported heio today, was u
gient nhoi'jc to Consul lleneral Ucno
and Iho Jupnncso community gener
iilly. Ha was asi.ibsliinte'd at Har
bin jcBtcriluy liy an uuKnown Kor
CoiihuI (Icncinl Ujcno said this
. tuornltiR Unit ho had nut receded of
flclnl cablegrams fioni tho homo guv
eminent rohitlxu to tho mutter.
Pilnco Ito uiib tho builder of mod
em Japan, lie wan one of tho mo3t
ulilo stutosinen tliat tho world has
orr produced. Ho was confidential
advisor to tho Jnpaneso Kmpeinr,
rmir times ho has been premier
ot Japan, and lately ho wiih Hesldont
(Uucral In Korea, which position ho
resigned on lutount of 111 health.
In all the critical times ot tho
Japanese where It was expected that
International ptestlgo would ho
at stake Ito was always placed at tho
leln of the KiornutPiit In order to
avoid any loiuplleatlons, which oth
erwise might lmo led the lnplro to
dlfllcultles with other lmwerH.
I'llnto Ito was an able Ungllsh
scholar, having learned tho lungungo
According lo those who nio In u
position to Know, tho I'rlnco was In
consultation with Ills Impcil.il Mn-
Josty, thu KinperiM', to dcteiinlno tho
touiso of Iho Japanese In their dtp
'JUKIU, Ott. IT). I'll
unt liilhRtnti tri Miineluil ta
TOKIO, Ott. 2!i. I'llnto Hliobuinl Ito, who has been on nn Import-
1UIL jllinMlill in ilillii:illl l.i, ,'iia ,.nnu
. ..t .v IhI.iI
JIanehuila, was nssasinaicu unlay tit iiainin, ins hiajcr
wi,f,i t.-tuuin ti.ttrlnt.
l.i.Inrr nil I .. i ...... !.-'.. ii.ia, ,t.ttllnt
DUIUK nil Ullhliuwn JV'Jieilll jiatiiu,.
l'llncc Ito' sailed Jor Dalny only ten ,diija uu!iIor li,vng icon
In (oiHiillntlnu with Ctmnt'Kotuurn, .tho iiilttlHinf fori Wt:iJfetJnrralrs. audi
bicn prepared for burial and is now
liinmtlc dealings with tho powers ic
gardlng tho Ahinrliurl.ut tirtalrs."
With tho death of I'rlnco Ho not
only Jnpan, hut the wholo world, has
lost tho Inst of tho greatest states
men that have engaged In making
history of modern times. Tho lato
Pilnco was well acquainted with tho
lato King Kululiauu, who met tho
distinguished statesmnu In Japan In
Consul Onncrnl Uyono, who Is
honorary Consul for Korea, made no
btateiucnt this morning regarding
the death of (lie lato I'rlnco,
rending tho receipt ot official
cablegram from Japan, tho local Jap
anese will not m.iKo any pioparatlon
for the ceremony to bo conducted nt
tho time of tho funeral ot tho lato
I'rlptc. It Is expected, however,
that tho arlotis organizations and
societies of Hawaii Japanese will
hold meetings to dinft and send let
ters of londoleuco to tho family ot
the I'rlnee, mid probably to the
Ihnpcror and tho Mlnlstcis ot
Tho local churches, It 1b said, will
hold special services next Sunday In
coiuiueiuoiutloii of tho death ot tho
"Hullder of Japan."
Tho ling of tho Jnpaneso Consu
late fieneral hin will bo placed at
half mast as toon as tho wind Is re
ceived fioin tho Dopaitment of Tor-
on rage ')
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
HARBIN. Oct. 26. The casket'
bearing the remains of the late Mar
quis Ito was covered with flowers
sent by Russians and Japanese when
it left the station by special train
today. All nations of this cosmo
politan city united in their expres
sions of sympathy and deep regret.
As a special mark of respect and evi
dence of sincere mourning the Rus
sian Ambassador to China will ac
company the body of Ito part wa7
on the journey through Manchuria
to Dalny and thence to Tokio.
to Dalny and thence to Tokio.
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 26. The
town of Santa Rosa has been swent
by a tidal wave, presumably caused
by seismic disturbance at sea. Many
lives were lost in the catastrophe,
and the damage to property is placed
at five millions ofjollars.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 26. The gen
eral impression in the best informed
pugilistic circles is that the final
meeting to arrange the fight between
Jeffries and Johnson will be held on
CROWDS ON LEVEE.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CAIRO. 111., Oct. 26. The steamer
bearing President Taft down the
Mississippi made a brief stop at this
place today, A tremendous crowd
assembled on the levee to greet the
President and gave him one of the
most hearty welcomes he has re
ceived at any point on his tour.
.Bulletin Businesr. Office Phone 2S6.
'HnlVtin TMitorisl Room Phnnr IRA
What is the use of paying
for a participating policy when you
can buy a non-participating policy
at a lower rate I
j uwirwi, liu.
yw ron iireei
DEAL MUCH TALKED
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 26. Diplo
matte circles throughout the world
have their attention centered on the
tragedy at Harbin today. The late
Marquis Ito is.euloeizcd in the mes
sages sent from all the capitals of
the world. K
The general sentiment among the
diplomats of this city is that in con
sequence of the death of Ito the ne
gotiations bearing on the ranlroad
concessions in Manchuria will be in
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 26. The
battleships Mississippi, North Caro
lina, New York and Montana ar
rived here today to await the arrival
of President Taft.
TOKIO, Oct. 20. New of the
assassin of Marquis, Ito caused a pro
found sensation throughout the
country, and especially in this city,
where his great worth was best ap
preciated and the importance of his
mission to Manchuria well nnder
stood. The general atmosphere of
the civil and official circles is one of
great depression and gloom. Prec
autions are being made to receive
the body with proper honor and
give expression to the deep sorrow
of the Nation.
NOME, Alaska, Oct. 26. A storm
is raging in the Bering Sea. The
whaler Olga is wrecked and many of
the small coasters are reported to
have gone ashore.
IRrf editorial rooms 350 busi
ness office, Thai are the Ultprini
numbers of the Bulletin office-
Hoy Jiving with parenlH, with a
tastu for tlrawlng, in learn en
graving trade. Apply Ilcakhane,
Tort Street. 44&0-1W
For Horsei and Cattle.
iBM Jyv yHi
Capital Stock Will
Increased To Swing
Big Sugar Combine
IRWIN BANK AND "BUILDING NOT
NEW ORGANIZATION WILL MOVE IN IRWIN BLOCK GIF FARD TO RETIRE PECULIAU '.
STEAMSHIP SITUATION OLD EMPLOYES TO BE CARED FOR SUGAR FACTORS' PROBLEM.
Tremendous Interest has been
nnmseil In commercial centers oter
the big Irwin llroMer sugar deal Just
consummated on tho I'aclflc Coast, the
details of which were published ex-
cuslvcly In the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n yesterday,
The consolidation enmo as n surprlBo
to ninny prominent factors In the sug-
nr builuess, who had not thu least In-
tlmntlon that V. 0. Irwin anticipated
retiring from active business life, and
gained their first knowledge of It
I through thu II u 1 1 c 1 1 n. '
Tho general questions that swept
through tho city this morning were:
"What was It done for? ' What will
hccoino of tho employes of Irwin &
Co.? who will bo tho now officers?
What will tho Increase In capitaliza
tion be to awing tho new deal? How
long ha such a movement been on
foot? Why has It been kept so quiet?
Why It Was Done.
Tho reason given by George K. Car
ter, n dlrertor In llrowor & Co. for the
transfer of the agencies of Irwin ft Co.
to Ilrewer & Co, to rellove Mr. Irwin
of tho nctlvo responsibilities of tho
business, and to make tho burdens ot
many years lighter for Mr, (llffard and
other faithful employes, still remains
Anno Leaves With 500
On Hongkong Maru
K Anno, until recently proprietor of
tho Cincinnati Kestnurunt at tho cor
ner of King and Rlnr streets, Is gath
ering about five hundred Japanese In
the Territory, to bu shipped to Mexico
next month. According to reliable
sources,, It is sold, that ho ho has al
ready secured a large number of Jap-
ancso who are willing to go to Mex
ico, where plenty of work is said to
bo awaiting them.
Anno expects to send his first bunch
nn tho Hongkong Maru, leaving hero
Novcmhor 22, although ho could not
bo seen today, but tho report has It
that ho Is backed by certain local peo-
plo who are Interested In tho emigre
According to tho application of An
no for nn emigrant ugent license, In
tho hands of Acting Treasurer Hapal
of tho Territory, tho term for doing
such emigration business terminates
on tho 30th day of Juno, 1910. Anno
paid into tho treasury oftlco tho sum
S. S. Hilonian
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King- St. Phone 15.
Get your CANDIES at the
, FHESHEVERY DAY IN T,HE WEEK
Hotel Street, near Union.
INCLUDED IN CONSOLIDATION
its the chief feature of the deal. Hon-
uxor, from a commercial standpoint,
It Is believed that In tho consolidation,
tho matter of making sugar contracts
recurlng transportation rates, shlpr
plug nnd general transaction of tlic
rugar business of tho various ngeuelcs
taken oer by Ilrewer & Co., can be
handled with greater facility ami profit
Properties Taken Over,
Tho dual Includes nil of the agon
cles enumerated In thu It u 1 1 o 1 1 1
jestcrday. Including Walminilo oi
Oalm: Kllouca, on Kauai; Oowjlu u
Maul: I'aanlioil nnd llnknlnu, on Hn
wall, and the illlo Sugar Company It
was rcporlo I last night that the coin
bine did not Include Honolulu plantn
tlon, but later ailleo Indicates this
wai nlso Included. Mr. Carter said
this morning that white tho llutchlu
Mm aguncv was not absolutely settled
that It would he tnkeu oer temporar
ily until an adjustment coud bo made.
Home have thought that tho Honolulu
plantation agency would go to Cnstto
Buldlng Not Included.
The deal docs not lucludu tho Irwin
block which Is the personal property I
A nolle prosequi was entered this
morning In both of thu charges of vio
lating tho Sunday law, brought by the
Territory against thu Honolulu Drew.
lug ft Malting Co. null its management.
The cases wcro dropped by vlrtuo
of a letter received by Deputy Attor
ney Ovieral Uirrln Andrews from the
attorney for tho corporation, Kinney,
Daliou, Prosper, Anderson and V.. U.
Peters, stating that thu Ilrewery hail
no Intention of delherlug beer from
Its cold storage plant on Holiday and
that It was willing to abhlo by the reg
ulations promulgated by the Hoard of
Urcnso Commissioners In regard lo
tho non-dcllvcry or salo of bucr on
Tho two nolle prosequi wcrn cnteied
In ft dress shoe you want one that is comfortable,
You can't get it in a oheap 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
the skilled workmen.
E. FAXON BISHOP TO HEAD
or Mr. Iiwlll. but the leise Will bo
trausfeired H lliewer '& Company,
nnd the latter will on Janiuo I. 1U1U,
liiinii Into the olllees now oeiupled by
Irwin A. Company. A rearnngement
of otllees will bu nude and thu work
distributed n that practically nil of
tho pierunt liirikkvi'ix-re and clerks of
the. two llrnis will bo retained to han
dle thu work.
Oceanic Agency Included.
Urower . Co. has usii taken oter
Hit! Oecunlc Ktctmejilp Agency, nnd , ,
wll haudlii tho Iraurportntlou buelnesu '
.n 1 1- the ,hov, . iirrnnsenieiit. Thu
isiitickTls-lunh.-.wlll n-jusln uolsr thu
iiiauiiKejiitnt of 1J. J. Spihlliu.na heri)
tofori-, nml' In not nffitcu-il in any way
fiy thu consolidation.
Wa'ter M. tllff.ird second vlrc presi
dent of W rJ, Irwin A. Co. and pne
tlcally malinger of tint firm for many
jears, will u-tlre from the firm, and
at thu special ropiest of Mr. Irwlu
will 'bojliniidKoiuely taken rare of fof
thu rest of bis life, us n reward for
many i ears of tamest, f ilthful service.
Mr (ilfTard In well known as tho "fath
er of forestrj" In Hawaii, and Inn
(Continued on Page 4)
before Judge Whitney Mr AnJrews
Mating that the JTcrrltuiy had no do- ifts
rlre to press the eases In lew of tho
i.tllludo ni-siiuifil by the llreneiny lu
agreeing lo tlm i emulations llmltln-;
the sale an J del ery of beer to wee't
CASE IS PAL).
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, ,j
1 1 row n offered n request for Hollo
prosso to lit; entered In tho live rases
which have adorned tho pollia court
docket for Mimo weoks past lu which
K. II. Lewis Is charged with u viola;
tlon ot the ordinance governing thV
iinnilii.rltii iif liiilfimiilitleit .1 mlcrfl
Andrndo irrnnted tho motion thlti r.
morning and the rusn was strlrkotjft
fmm tlm dfirkiit. LnlvlH Is Haiti in
have labored under a misunderstand.' S
lug concerning tho transfer ot liln
old numbers to new machines. Thu
matter Is claimed lo hao beou ratls
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Tlnlletin Bditnrinl Room Phone 185.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
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