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nVKNMNO nUU.ETIM, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, OCT. 2S, 190!t.
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ft i 10 Days
i Ali - 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 rocmforthe
HOLIDAY TRADE, We will begin
NEXT MONDAY MORNING a TEN
DAYS' SALE in ali 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 Mrasfc Have Space
ZTor particulars sec our Circulars
m T i L
FOR LITTLE PRICES
line quaitcr-sawcd oak buffets for about hclf what
they lnvc ever been sold fcr ia Hoaolulu. Also some others
made of ash at even greater barsaiiw. It will nay ou to
call this week. We must clear them out to make room for
new Holiday goods.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King and Alakcn.
Steam Roller &
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St.
Levy's for Groceries
BhiiiIiuu furniture Made to Order
Picture r'raa'lint a Specialty.
5C3 S. BERETANIA ST.
W. 0. CHALMERS
General Contractor and Builder.
'" ' Estimates Furnished
Free of OharRe.
Room 11, Kapiolani Building
Honolulu. T. II.
J. S. Bailey.
Wc lmve one at ymr ,crvice- AU
kinds of steam rolling, plowing and
Imi JHnR at reasonable rates.
0. Irwin & Co.
i Is Good
,j HOpp &C0
CONGRESS JAY BOIL
! IF PARSONS FIGHTS
' WASltlNHTON, Oct. 5. If Her
! belt I'msmiH ftiuulH jt.it ami furnish
es names, (Uvea tlip facts he nnB.lie
' ,issesua anil Manila icaily to lln'.it
i wllli Sjicald-r C.iiiiion on the ileal
I wllh Democrats, then the currency
lutibleiu, u'nicmlmcnts to tiust laws
I nnil the Kiot legislative program
r 1'iealile'nt Taft will pale Into In
1 KlKiilllcnnro lion the Ilruiie meets
! In Dcrembvr. The Hut call of tltno
will lie oer the scanilal which Mr.
j l'aisons has revlcd,
! A coalition of Ueiiu'j::cniiR o; the
I'nrtoim xtrlpe, of the Ilepiihtlc.in in
KiirKvntK, of Representative whoso
tllatrlcta are close liecnnso of Can
nonlHin, nnil of ohMIno UcmocrutH
woulil bo powerful enough to Investl
Rale the chnipes ulllrliilly. While
tiie.p Is little that a committee eoulil
do, the facts It developed might bo
cillf)lni; to Jhe country.
There Is no law or rule of the
House which prevents a politician f
from tnahliiR any Kind of a ileal he
wants, nnd If Mr. Cannon cot vote
bj dlppliiR Into New York State pol
itics theic Is no action the House
could tnl.p. The only penalty ami
the one the Insurgents would HKc to
Indict would he the publication to
the country of the pioof of the
charges progressive Republicans
make ngalnst Speaker Cannon nnd
the House organization.
If this was done the end of Cnn
non Is In sight. There are many
wenk-loiccd Republicans "vho look
to that end with Joy, but they have
net the courage to come out anil
halit with "Uncle Joe."
They would like to sco Herbert
Parsons do It. They would like to
have the Roosevelt Issue to bolt up
for the illscomllture of Speaker Can
non. In Washington It woulil be
taken as a certainty that It Mr. Pnr
tofiH pioduccs proof against Cannon
It would he a right of a Roosevelt
man against a man who has spent
coven jenrs denouncing the former
Whon the seven Now Yoilt Demo
cratic Congressmen with fifteen oth
ers came to the icscuo of Speaker
Cannon In the contest for his rules
nnd re-election there wcto numerous
guesses of the reason why Stand
iid Oil, brewery lobby and Tam
many. It Is known that the Tammany
lender telephoned his men to follow
the lead of Ilepicsentatlvo Kltzgcr
ald. Two of thorn, Sulzer and Wll
lett, refused. Sulzer Is said to liao
told "lloss" Murphy he would stick
to his party In spite of organization
Most of those who did vote with
Speaker Cannon iccclved nwnicla of
committee places, but were cut nnd
snubbed by fellow Demounts. Al
though Kllzgernld waB put on the
all-powerful Committee, on Hules,
he was a good deal shunned by the
loyal Demounts. Krnncls llurton
Harrison nnd Judge Goldfoglc talked
b.ick In tho Democratic caucus
which spanked them. Harrison was
lewnrded with n placo on tho Ways
and Means Committee. Ooldfoglo
did not get any plums worth while.
The Industrial Edition of the
evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
' t i n nfflcf
Will be installed by the covernment at once, and assures Kaimuki, and especially the New
District now beinu omned up by this company, with plenty of water for all time to come.
The Waialae side, where the New District is located, befjinnine at the hiehest noint on
the Kaimuki tract, has a verydcep soil, and. with the excellent water supply assured, plenty
of veaetation is also awured. Those who build in the New District will have no difficulty in
providine lawns, flowers and ornamental trees, adding to the beauty and attractiveness of
their New Homes1
The Kaimuki Ocean View
Vill be orRanized anl promoted bv this company for the purpose of looking after the gen
eral improvement anl welfare of the New District. This society will water the shade trees
and care for the imonveiuents made by this company and ntni'st in breventintr any undesir
able people from livin? or any objectionable buildincs from beinc erected in this select and
ideal residential distri t. located on the Waialae side" of Kiimuki, the hip;h valley on the sea.
Our prices, $500 for corner lots and $400 for inside lots
together with liberal t:rms, gives you a. splendid opportunity for either investment or homesite.
Rooms 37and 38
JUBOR TERRILL HOLDS
TO STRANGE VIEWS.
Itcfuses to Vote for Verdict of Quilt-
ty Unless Mercy Is Recommend
ed to the Court and Thus Vcr-
diet Ie Obtained.
"Oullty as charged," with n rccom
meiulntlon of invicv wni tho vol diet
flnnlly returned last eenlng by thu
uiy In tho cisu of tho Tenltory
against Mori, the lining Jnprncso who
nttempted to assassinate IMItor Shcba
oflthojHawnll Shlnpo on August 3 last.
Tho fact that tho Jury did not loturii
nn Immediate verdict of conviction
yestenlny piornlnB at 11 o'clock when
It retired to Iho Jury loom, was regard-
id with wonder about the Jullclaty
building ami by all who had any
knowledge of the attack on Shcba. As
stated In yesterday's II ill let In, tho
man who prevented tho Jury from
reaching a speedy verdict was V. A.
Tcnlll, whoho obstinacy finally result
ed In a recommendation for mercy be
ing IncoriKirntcd In the verdict of guil
ty ns charged.
IJy what process of reasoning Tot
rill reached tho donclualon that .Mori
was not guilty of Tin assault with In
tent io commit murder Is something
that remains to be bolved. Oiy well
defined report has It that his "'con
scientious scruples" against a verdict
as .charged was dictated by n dcslie
to securo lodging for the night nnd n
few meals at tho cipenso of tho TVr
rltory. Terrlll has not admitted this
to bo so anil his explanation, If any
Is awaited with Interest by oerjone
who Is, familiar wllh thu case.
special Instiuctlous that weio read
to the Jury at -I o'clock osterdny af
ternoon by Judge Do Holt undoubtedly
had considerable to do with the find
nig of tho verdict two hours Liter
Jtujge Do Dolt wns disinclined to nl
low mo jurors to remain undisturbed
until the minority had reached n stub,
born and uncompioinlsliig frame of
mind and at 4 o'clock he road addi
tional Instructions, which told In plain
language what w'as expected of them
nn their oaths. I.lghtfoot, who was In
court for the defense noted nn excep
Hon to the glWiig of special Instruc
tions and the Jmy then ictlred and fin
ally returned the verdict as stated.
Tho whole efforts of tho defenso
were centered on an attempt to scenic
a verdict for nn lusault with a deadly
weapon In pluco of the crlmo Incor
porated Imtho In llctment, assault with
an Intent ito commit murder.
Juror Ten III apparently thought
thcro was sonio met It In tho conten
tions of tho uttornoys for tho defense,
Douthitt, I.lghtfoot and Coke, that n
man does-not necessarily Intend mur
der when lie Ftnbs another within a
fraction oj an Inch of the Jugular vein.
The attorneys for tho defence niado
tho mohkiiif the Impeleos nttempt of
trying to Impress their contentious on
Iho Jury and IhoJnct that It took the
Jury out six hbui-s to re-ich n verdict
nnd then with, a lecommcmlaton of
mercy can b"ltegarded ns soma re
payment for IMr efforts.
Tho nmlmiifli punishment under Iho
verdict that waB found agilnst Mori
estculay Is ten )qais' Imprisonment.
tntcr-Ulund rqi O. R. I. uhlppln
honks for isle tt th Outlet In
ofllcn M rh
Land Co., Ltd,
Yoang Building '
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6. The com
ing Congress must meet n situation
born of the panic of 1907, when the
lisuo of dealing house certificates by
tho Government to supply sufficient
currency to meet tho demands of
the business Interests of the country
was necessary, nlthough America's
coffers were overflowing with gold.
The temporary legislation enacted
during that critical period must bo
either supplnnted or reenncted Into
permanent luw, and foremost among
the vnilou projects that havo been
advanced as n proper solution of the
Government's problem stands the
pioposed National Central think. It
Is the common belief that It will form
the basis of the curative legislation
to be recommended by tho Monctnry
Commission, and President Taft, In
his icccnt lloston speech, signified
his own favorable disposition toward
"A bank of tho people and for tho
people" Is the definition of this In
stitution mndo by George II. Rey
nolds, President of tho American
Hankers' Association in his Chicago
speech. He pointed out Hint tho peo
ple weic td be the stockholders, for
any one would be privileged to buy
tho bank stock, Just as he might a
Government bond. A small Interest
on such an Investment would bo
guaranteed by the Government; any
enrnings more than sulllclent to pay
the guaranteed Interest would be
shared by tho Government and by
the stockholders. Political control
of tile great hank would he made at
least extremely dllllcult by the lite
appointment of the, officers.
Tho qiiefctlon as to how the busi
ness man is to benefit by a central
bank Is sought to be answered by
the fact that the project included n
provision for the acceptance of good
commercial papers n a basis for tho
Issue of money. That this plan will
meet with piolonged opposition when
laid chfoie Congress cannot be doubt
ed, although the Administration de
sires to iao the matter regarded as
At the last hankers' convention at
Chicago many of tho a.nk officers
regarded Jhe measure as tho open
ing wedgo for tho destruction of tho
most lucrative portion of their bAI-
ness and viewed with disfavor tho
plan whereby tho government bank
waB to cuter into competition for the
cnornious discount operations which
gavo them very great influence in
the Industries of the country. Possi
bly their objections can, In a mea
suic, be weakened by a rccourso to
tomo other means of securing a basis
for the circulating notes of tho cen
tral hank enlarged rcservo of gold
and silver, or even gilt-edged mort
gages on ical propeity.
SHEPPARD SETS INDOOR MARK.
Four Indoor records wero broken
at Madison Square Garden, New
York at the conclusion of the annual
Indoor track and Mold meet of tho
Amateur Athletic Union. Ily far
tho most Intel cstlng contes't was the
000-nrd run, won by Mclvln W.
Shopp.ird of tho Irish-American Ath
letic Club. Ho defeated Harry GIs
slng of the New York A'thletlc Club
b ytwo yardd. Shcppnrd's time wns
:l I 3-., nno-flfth of a second bettor
than tho national Indoor lecord he
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
On Mnntlav iMpvt. rVnvpmhpr kt
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Wash Goods Department
Values from 15c to 30a will be offered at the ridicu
lously low figure of
Sec window display for bargains.
When we get your wireless call for HELP,
we will come to the rescue with tfood old
: PRINTER'S INK :
COOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEN
FROM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAH BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture AUttresoes
Eto., Eto. All ldr.dk of KOA and
Runanu and Hotel St. on lite of old
KI5SI0H JTURNITUIiE Mad I'
Kins Street. Ewa of Filhmarket.
DBY Q00D3 AND FURNISH1N0
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design i frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Bcretania'Sts.
Beautiful assortment at
Second Floor, Boston Bhlg.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID OL0VES ;
BABY RIBBON I
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodani
1141 Fcrt Street.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET ,
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel,
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makikj. Wc 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 V
for f $15,000.00
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
ot near car line 000.00
A 0-room bungalow. Lot !r
176x436, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly .
and repaired; lot 50x .1
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,000.00
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
Don't put off until to
morrow what yon
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.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER. f
Furniture Co., Ltd.
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