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KVKNINfl 11UI.I.KT1N, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, OCT. 2S, 1909.
All - Round
Commencing Monday, Nov. 1st
Want of Space To
Large Shipments of Holiday Goods
now in transit from London and New
York compels us to make an effec
tive clearance and more room for the
HOLIDAY TRADE, We will begin
NEXT MONDAY MORNING a TEN
DAYS' SALE in all departments, The
whole of our staff is busily engaged
making preparations and marking
Every item in the entire stock
will be considerably reduced in
price, excepting "Madame Irene
Corsets" and Spool Thread.
No Half-Hearted Attempt, but a
We Must Have Space
Tor particulars see our Circulars
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET PHONE 295
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building.
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Sale.
Union - Pacific
Transfer Co., Ltd.
fuiuMurt and Piune Hovitj.
Steam Roller &
, . .p., .
1 raCtlOn iLngine
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co,,
Office Fort St. Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
When we get your wireless call for HELP, v
we will come to the rescue with flood old
SOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEN
rilOM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
, BULLETINjPUBLISIIINQ CfV LTD. 1
Wc have onc at your scrvic0, A"
Kint" of steam rolling, plowing and
"vy hauling .at reasonable rates.
'Argument Is Concluded
In Suit For
The damage suit or Mrs. Nctllo I..
Scott against tlio Territory wan sub
mllk'il to the Supreme Court tills
morning after argument by Deputy At
torney (leneral Andrews and M. K,
Scott for Ills wife, tliu complainant.
lleforo the enso wnH Hiilimltteil Clilcf
.lustlco llartwell took occasion to
tuako KOiuo commentH o utile general
aspect of the caso an ptescnted ami
stated Hint lie feared that Mrs. Scott
had been Ul-advlrcd.
Tliu argument dining tlie morning
more In a largo dcgicu uixm tlie lines
tlon Imolvcd In tliu delegating of ap
K)lnlle power oer teachers to a min
ority by tlio whole board. Justlco Wil
der questum-d wlietlier t could be
done, Mr. Andrews taking the position
that It wan proper an far us puicly
routine matters were concerned, kiicIi
na tlie appontinent of teaclierH. Scott
declaied that the Commissioners were
exceeding their iniwer when they del
egated such an Important function to
Tho first class Japanese crulRcr Id
zumo, which has Just visited San Krnn
clscti at the tlmo of tho l'ortola fes
tival. Is soon to p.iy Honolulu n visit
The wnr ossol has sailed from the
California iort nnd Is now touring
down the west roast of America, mak
ing several calls en route. Tho Idzumo
Ii due hero on November 18, nccnrdlng
to late advices which have been re
ceived by the Jaivmcso consul at this
port The cruiser has a distinguished
passenger on hoard In tho person of.
Prince Shlmlzu, whose sister, as I'rln
cevs Kunl, passed through Honolulu on
the Tenyo Mnru some weeks ago.
FIRE THE BLAST AND
SEE THE LADY JUMP.
TIU'NTON. N. J.. Oct. &. In tho
Couit of Chancery today Vice-Chancellor
Walker ordered tho Delaware
Illver Quarry & Construction Com
pany to set off n heavy blast In its
qunirles next Saturday at noon to
test tlio effect on the nerves of Mrs.
Kva I Parent, who complains that
tho heavy blasts rack her nerves
and miiko her life miserable. Sho
vants tho blasting stopped.
Tho quarry owners say sho lives
In a tumble-down house, where tho
rclling planter Is looso and whoro
theio Is no putty on tho windows.
They allege sho Is unreasonably
Tho VIec-Chancollor ordered that
tho blast bo 11 red and that a Master
In Chancery, with stenographer nnd
one expert on each side, bo present
to note tho effect on the woman anil
on her property.
M. U XOED8 ARE HAZED
Fashionable Read Hall Girls
"Ghost" Robes Warn Frethles.
Columbia, Mo., Oct. 5. Women stu
dents of tliu university are not to he
(iiitdono along hazing Hues by tho men.
I.ust night tho snphomnro girls of
lleud Hall, tho fashionable women's
dormitory, clothed themselves In
chects nnd v halting tho rooms of the
Tills morning this notice, derorated
with a crossbnncs and black hands, ap
peared: Kreshmen, tnko warning.
Uulo 1. Answer tho telephone
Rule 2. I'll t down rugs after danc
ing. Utile 3, Address Miphomoies by full
name prolix "Miss."
Ilulo -I. Do In bed nt 10 p. m.
This Is no Joke,
Asti Wines Again In
, Seattle, Wash., Sept. 21, 1809.
The official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Pacifio Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They have received the only Grand Prize 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, Zinfandcl, Haut Sauterne, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauterne, Tokay, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grape Juio red.
NO BIDDERS FOR
Noon "Sale" At The
Tho auction sale of four hundred
Mid' eight) -six acres of South Olehenn
lands was not exactly a success this
moinlng. It was exiected lliat there
would bo a desire upon tho part of
bonicouu to acquire the lands, but
when tho noon hour arrlvtid and the
attnehes of the Tenltorlal land depart
ment were ready to receive the rush
of citizens who want some Olehcna
ncrcago it was moie than usually quiet
nbout tho Capitol. There was no pros
pective bidder present or In sight and
tthc'n It was n quarter past tho hour
tho auction of Ot clienn lands, per nd-
vcrtlsenicnt. was abandoned, and tlio
Territory Is atlll the possessor of tho morning. Tho defendant denied re
land. pcatcdly that ho had any Intention of
It was presumed that some of the murdering Sheba but adhered to his
plantation Interests adjoining the acre- original story that ho simply Intended
ago would bo bidders this morning but to "punish" lilm for what he concchod
nona of them apparently want to add to be a personal insult,
to their holdings. Tho South Olehenn A lengthy argument ensued when
lands adjoin, those of Kapaa, the water ' Attorney Douthltt for tlio defense
rights being largely In tho control of
tho Mnkco Sugar Company and George
Knlrchlld. Without the water which
can only bo secured from the niaukn
sections controlled by tho plantation
It Is stated that tho land would bo
KIvo witnesses have come forward
and made nosltlro declaration before
Deputy Sheriff Itoso that Kato, n Jap
anese, was tho man that wielded the
knlfo In tho cutting affray at Kallhl
valley on last Sunday in which Kukul,
a fellow countryman, was soverely In
jured. Tho Japanese present at tho tlmo
that tho dispute between Kato and Ku
kul over a Tour-bit piece was taking
place, wero rounded up by tho detec
tives today. Their testimony has cor
roborated nil that has herutoforo been
deduced by the officers.
The story gatheied Is that Kato and
several other Japanese, were present
nt tho house of n friend In Kallhl when
the premises were lsltcl by Kukul,
wbo Koto claims was his debtor to the
amount of fifty cents. A demand was
made for th,o outstanding indebted-
ncss and Kukul becanio Micered nt thn
public dunning for tho over-duo ac-
In an encounter which followed, Fit-
kill Is alleged to havo pulled n knife
and eii'lemoilng to Inflict Injury to
tho struggling Kato. Ilolh fought for
tho ihikkossIoii of the knlfo nnd In tho
melcn Kato received tho stabs which
sent lilm to tho Queens Hospital for
JAPANE8E DORE ARMS.
It required tho frle-idly offices of
the police to senaratn Funarin. I...1.
tle-scnrroj veteran of tho Japancso
wars, from tho hlcn that ho could go'
about tho sltrets of Honolulu bearing . nAHTrv nnrQ
it loaded Miootlng Iron. Ho was found UAWL1;'X ti VAWfiAR PITV
carrying a gun, which wns prepared i lu&AWBflstui,
for business of extermination. Ills KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. C Ttof
easo will receive attention bcfnro ert (lanlcy of the I'lilladelphla
Judgo Andrnda on Thursday morning. Amcrlcnn League team, nnd former-
ly of Washington, has been purchas-
VIDA IN COURT HORSE WAS TIED cd by the local management of the
'American Association team, Gan-
Tho police brought Will Vldn, n local Icy was nt one time captain of tho
hackman, bcfnro tho trubunul of Jus- Washington club,
tlco this morning upon a chargo ofi
having left his horso unhitched on n.l The Mori case will bo In tho Jury's
public thoroughfuie, Vlda denied the hands tomorrow, tho prosecution h.iv
allegation and proved that ho had left l"K rested shortly before noon today,
the anlninl tied. Ho was dismissed ,Tho Instructions to tho Jury will he
with r wanting.
Tllank books of all sorts, ledgers,
tic, innnufactureu by tho Dulletio
TRYING TO SHOW
LACK OF CONTENT
Mori's Attorneys. Will
Ask For An
All of tlio efforts and resources of
tlio three atlorne)s who arc defending
Mori, the Jopancso who attempted to
nssnsslnnto Bdllor Sheba, nn August
3 laRt. arc directed toward nn attempt
to show that thero was no premedita
tion in tlio assault.
It Is on the solo ground of nn ab
sence of premeditation that tho Jury
will bo aRkcd to acquit the defendant,
the Indictment agalnBt Mori charging
an '"Intent to commit murder."
City and County Attorney Cathcart
who, with Mr. l'losecr, Is conducting
tho case of tlio prosecution, concluded
Ills cross-examination of Mori tills
queried of tho Salvation Army as to
Mori's reputation for "truth and vcr-
nclty." Cathcart objected on the
ground that the question of "truth and
veracity" did not enter Into tho mat-
tor ot Mori's guilt under tho Indict
merit. Douthltt nrgued that It would
tend to establish an ndded credibility
to Moil's explanations of tho reasons
that prompted him in making the at
tack. Attorney James Coke, who em
plojed Mori as nn Interpreter, took
tho stnnd and stated that his reputa
tion for "peace and quietness" was
ORPHANS TO MAKE
California Physician Will Try Amal
gamation Theory With Them,
Long Iloacli, Cut., Oct. C. To exper
iment with amalgamation for tho pro
duction of a perfect race Dr. M. A.
Srhutz of this city has assembled or
phan babies ot various nationalities
nnd color to rear. Ho lias American
children and little Mexicans, t'ortu
gucso,' Jupaneso nnd Indians, and
hoes to obtain healthy Australians
nnd FIJI Islanders. Ihe-e Ji'e will
,rnln nientnlly, niprally nnd physical-
'' nml ,,lc'n W nl" Ux-'ory of Intormar-
All members oL Excelsior Iodgc, I.
- - R nro requested to bo present
nt 0,1(1 '""ws building tonight find
participate In a drill in tho Inltlutory
At first sho touches up her hair
To seo If it's in place,
And then with manner debonair
Sho touches up her fnce.
A !'mch ,to c"r.'.8. ,,C,,"V.1 ,1Br car'
A ",uc" "1 81,K0" col,ur'
And then she's off to hubby dear
To touch him for a dollar.
discussed this nfternoon and tho argu
ment In tho Jury will begin tomorrow
morning; It Is believed; that tho argu
incuts to tho Jury wilt bo brief.
Just at present we have a splendid assortment of
In PRIESTLEY'S CRAVENETTE CLOTHS, than
which there is none better nor more durable.
The prices range from $0.50 to $25,00. For more
dressy occasions we can offer
In many fancy weaves, plain, black and pongee.
A new arrival of strictly
In MADRAS and LINEN. Priced from $1.25.
Our Hosiery Stock
Is most complete in COTTON, LISLE and SILK, include
ing the BRONZE LISLE.
WTNG CHONG CO
ENO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture HattretMs,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A ad
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made If
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket.
liRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
Q00D8 of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO.
DBY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST,
WING ON CHONG
Brine vour nictures in and we'll
design frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
LADIES' 'WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. T, ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel,
Blllt-CTIN Ana PAY -
Who has taste and wish.
es to bay a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Hakiki. We have a
which cost to build
$18,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 000.00
A 6-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 six-room
house 4 850.00
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com-i
ing to Hawaii, and
wlpt 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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Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER,