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VOL. XI. NO. 4453.
TWO BANS MAY JOIN
BANK OF HAWAII
Most Important Deal Long Contemplated May Be
Brought To Conclusion In Near Future
Gr.'at Financial Combination
Another consolidation, larger and
mora Imoortant than the recent com
bine between the sagir agencies of
Brewer & Co. anH V. C. Irwin A. Co., cots. .This however Is not the fact,
vas rumored on the street this mom- The planned consolidation his no con
ing, and If negotiations that have been ncctton whatever with recent ajanc
going on for several months ere cleila, and should the absorption take
brought to a successful coiclus'on the ptaco the commercial d:partment of
tumor will be supported by eventual the Bink of Hawaii w.ll be absorbed
fact. by the rtrst National, the capital stock
It Is possible that the Dank of Ha- of the latter company being Increased
wall will bo joined with the First Na- to meet the situation,
tlonal Dank, and If this deal Is corn-1 There are yet many details to be
pleted It will Indeed be a consolidation worked out however and It cannot be
the Importance of which will eclipse said with certainty that the deal will
the recent taking over of Irwin sugar Lo carried throech.
ageneles by Brewer & Co. I Ore of the rumors of the street was
The Bank of Hawaii Is one of the that the consolidation was to Include
most vigorous banking Insttutlons In
the Territory, and-the 'First National
Bank, although the youngest, has built
up a clientele and prestige second to
none. As long ago as when Ceo. R.
Carter was Governor there was talk of
the Bank of Hawaii securing a national
bank charter but It always counts to
be the First National bank and be the
depositary for National funds, a posi
tion enjoyed by the First National
Bank of Hawaii, rather than to be a
Second National bank.
Immediately the consolidation rumor
got In circulation, It was thought by
some to be n continuation of the reach-
HENRY BRODEK TO
Friction' Between Officials
Results In A
Henry IS, lliodek, assistant Hist
imiHtir, has decided to rcrlgn lilx la
tently acquired lwslllon and go hick
to plantation ofllco woik. Ho does not
beljcyu Ills piosent occupation la con
ducive to Illinium oi lilts health. Hu
charges Postiiuister Pratt with bump
ering him In his 'work, and Intel ferine
to mid. nn extent that It lias boon Im
potslble for hi in to fihe koo I ten Ice.
Mr. llrodek's lenlKiutlon has been
cnllcli ulcd for Vomo time, and Tost
mauler Pratt, upon coiiHiiltiillon with
Inspector llaio, It la mild recently de
cided that tliero would lme to lio
cliniiKu, It la understood Mr. Pratt
ih iirus lliodek wllli Incompetency.
The ctkirRc liowowr will not bo
pn-PBcd If IlroiInU getH out wiluntnrlly.
It Is nndeittood he will content Mr.
Piatt'a rlKlit to remove blm on tbo
incnlslona of tlio 1902 rcgulatlonu, un
Tlio position Is ono that requires n
Miy competent anil palnxtnklm; man,
iiIIIkiukIi tho compensation Is hut SO
per rent of thu postniabtui's balurj,
niiil in Honolulu amounts to hut JlfiCO
for thu naslstiint.
For Horses and Cattle,
Ing out operations or Brewer A. Co., as
L!revMr A. Ca. Inter am nlmnt
coincident with Bark of Hawaii Inter-1
the bank of Opreekels &. Co., thus leav
ing the city with but two banks. Thar
Is no truth In this statemeit. The
banklrg house of 8preckets & Co, will
continue as an Independent factor In
the banking field.
Should the proposed consolidation
be brought about, It will mean one of
the strongest financial combinations
that has ever been known In Honolulu.
Cecil Brown Is president of the First
National with L. Tenney Peck cashier.
Clarence Cooke Is president and man
ager of tho Bank of Hawaii, succeed
ing to the position held by his father,
the late C. M. Cooke.
After oft-repented threats of self
destruction, Kane Kaluna, a joung
Hawaiian leading near Knllhl, de
liberately mndo his bed In thu path
aj of a night train on tho Oahu
Hallway and Ills mangled corpsa
now reposes nt the city and county
moigiio pending nn Investigation by
Coionci Itoso and n Jury.
The fi eight Irnln was rounding a
turn in tho track near Knllhl Inst
night when almost In front of tho
pilot nt thu locomotho the crow Haw
tho form of a mnh I) Ing between
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comotho and Boveial cars had pass'
rd ocr tho body of Knliinn before
tho tialn was brought to a stop.
Kaluna wns about twenty-two
(Continued on Page S)
The Industrial Editioc .of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 00 cents.atBnl
1 1 t i n officii , '
S. S. Hiloniart
Nov. 2nd. S
INexc Fjrult Boat
Island Fruit Co
72 King St.
Get your CANDLES at the
' Hotel Streit.''near"irnion. I
Hotel Street, near Union.
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12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909. 12 FADES.
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MATCH Beers To NAVY Pine Combine
FOR BIG i SuM ! LEADS
FIGHT! Wliams REVOLT
NEW YORK, Oct. 29. Jack John
son and Jpmes J. Jeffries today
tltrnerl nttlMa in Hani fn 4Via nntil.
utis championship of the United
States, and all doubts of the two re
rr.srknb!: heavyweights coming to
gcther arc dispelled.
Jeffries anrT Johnson u,.tfc tWr
respective managers, met during the
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forenoon to arrange the battle, and
all the terms were agreed upon with
out much dililculty.
The ncht will take place before
the sporting club offering the larg
est financial inducement. It will be
for forty-five rounds or more, a fin
isli finlit in other words . atrnitrtit
Marquis of Qucensbury rules, and
fire-ounce gloves i v
The winner is to take'seventy-five
per cent of the "proceeds and the
loser twenty.five ner cent, Repre-
sentatives of each, fighter are to de-
posit $80,000 aj forfeit, and the
fightert themselves will put 'up a
55,000 side, betr"' ,
xn ncnt is to take place before
Tuly 5. 1910, and lids 'for the place
it shall be held will be opened be-
(ore December 1, 1909. The referee
and stakeholder will bs determined
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ESTRADA, OCT. 29. Preparations
arc being made to proclaim the in
dependence of the Atlantic coast
states of Nicaragua.'
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
ATHENS, Oct. 29. The govern
ment todav captured a rebel arsenal.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 29. Exclusive
society circles are stirred with the
announcement today that Mrs. John
Jacob Astor has sued for a divorce.
wnne it nas oeen known for some
!ira .thw h b t
in the Astor family, even the most
mtimate friends of both are sur-
Hiiacu ai mn. nsiors QCCUlon
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 29. The
articles between Jeffries and John-'
son arranging for a match for the
world's championship were signed
at 5 :40 o'clock. Promoters are re-'
attired to deposit S5.000 when bid
ding for the privilege of bringing off
At Kiillliprf.a, ')n. Ifi
ii"Ktr.i, J, uojgin,
t n in
1 u unijifli d
rn; KrirT j?ttm
Every Successful Honolulu Merchant is a Bulletin
(Special n u 1 1 v 1 1 n Wlrfolcss)
Itllo, Oct. 29. Tbo Hawaii tt
tt Hoard of SupcrvlmiiK hao named tt
ti Attorney Wdi. II. Hecrs ph Coun- tt
tt ty Attorney? to succeed. Uio tato.tt
Charles Williams. Attorney Carl tt
J 8mluV ja8 . boe" "ii" "
tt special deputy if tlio Comity At- tt
tt tomcy,'s department to prosccuto tt
tt the rises coming heforu tho Clr- ti
!. cult Court at Kallu i. tt
tt - a
U V. II. Boera Is nn American- tt
tt Hawaiian, and nas horn on Hi- tt
tt w nil. Ho Rraduatcd fioni Kainc- tt
" lmnMa chooi ln ,S93 "'' w" u
tt for n time a teachor In tho Hllo tt
n noa",lns 8rho"- 'tcr c"1-
tt cre!1 the ,aw "lepartinent of the tt
lIn,llty of Michigan and on tt
5 hl" re,"rn h?mo wn8a'lmUtc' to tt
,r";tlc " ronrtoof Hawaii, tt
"'no "" "awallnn,uorprotcr for M
tt tho l.i'glsiaturo of 1009. rjefora tt
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tt Co"ll,jr Atmruoy of Hawaii, ho tt
w WBB c,orlt "' lno umimjr uiems n
tt mco ln IIMo- n
nam hail is
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'UCCIS.U.I IS KCIIU.CICU
Exhaustive Consideration of Case in
Thirty eight Page Decision
Fixing Damages at $20,859.75
United States Judge Dole this
morning handed down a thirty-eight
page decision In the case of tho Pa
cific Mall Steamship Company vs.
tho dredger Pacific, the total amount
of damages being awnrded to the
stcnmshlp corporation for injury to
tho liner Siberia being fixed at 120,-
J" i'iciiiq Man brought a
in ,h.e rrine, h"? .?o..wr
fuBht out determinedly In the Unlt-
(Continued on 'Page 4)
Buy and Sell Your
Stocks and Bonds
WITH THE SECURITY AND
BY THE ABOVE TRADE
TRUST COMPANY, LTD,
ATHENS. Greece, Oct. 29. The
Grecian government is facing a very
serious revolt and eight torpedo
boats are in the hands of revolution
ists. The men have thus far suc
cessfully defied the authority of the
The revolutionary movement' Hm
brought to a focus todav when a
large force of men of the navv led
bv lieutenant Tibaldos revolted and
took charge of the eight torpedo
boats in the harbor, Durin gthe day
the rebels exchanged shots with the
shore batteries in charge of the gov
SAN FRANCISCO, Oc 29. An
earthquake shock of considerable
violence was experienced throughout
northern California and southern
Oregon this forenoon. The shock,
though severe enough io cause con
sternation in many places, did com
paratively little damage. No lives
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct 29
President Taft cabled his sympathy
to the Emperor of Japan over the as
sassination of Marquis lo, and de
plored the brutal murder,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
'Entered for Record Oct. 23, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Peter Halo to Odn of Kinmallna Wal
lace et nl Partu I)
Clarence O Whlto b) Itegr ....Notlco
Sarah A Swlnton et oi Notlco
Tong Illng to 8 Kntngawa 1-
U'llu I, niKscll to Morris J Illssoll.PA
Morris J HIhhoII and wf to Frederick
K rltcoro D
ion llnnim-Young Co Ltd to F Wong
I.cong ...,. ltd
on, Hnnini-Young Co Ltd to C O
Potter ....,.'. ncl
Mary Cullcn In I l McCandless ...D
Anna C Konaalhclo to I. I. McCand-
Mary Cullcn, et al 'id 1. I, MqCnnd-
icss r.,i , i,
Allan & Itnblnsnn Ltd to George W
Mucy ot nl .,.......'........',.., ns
Entered for Record Oet. 29, 1909,
(rem 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Olnrln Hwlft and hsh to Manuel 8
Arthur Aklna tn .loaoCufi'ca 1
tlnlled aiulDH Hilollty nriil Ouarty
Co to J II norland ot al....Itov PA
Wllllimi SavldKo Tr to Solomon Me
lionla .'...... rtol
Solomon Melienla and wf to Justlnn
A ItiMlrlguCH D
4ft H.-P. Wlnton Autoninbllo. Model
K. flood condition. Apply A. 11 . P.
O Hox 719. Prlco low, on easy pa
mvnts, 4153 tf
Big Demand For Hawaii's Famous Product, And
Activity Of Cuba To Shut This Country Out"
Of the Market Has Brought Proposition To
CrisisInspections Being Made I d
Since lfn.iir plneirplo has bo- guletlj at wuilt tccurlu,; option on do
como famous thrimghuul tho United sliuliV traeto ou the vurloiia Irlaiuls. , t
States na tho result of the ndxcrtlslng Japanese Growers. .
It received at tho big Scaltlo fair, tho , It Id nalil.Hi it in m or tho Jup-inoso $
demand has bein much larger thnn tho growers nlijrl to tho plan or nihsldy,,rt
supply here. Tho plantations have nil, fiellnR It will tnki, tho IiuhIiii'sb p:i- M
been taxed beyond their cnpnclt, nnditlnOy out of their h.indH while on H'9f
Ihe situation has gradually forced niu
matter to n crisis whero a decision
hns been nrrlied nt to combine tho
plantations, form a nuw corporation,,
and Increaro the cnpilnl stock and fa-
cllltlcs so that thu cnilput can bo dim-
Tho Isst meeting of tho plnnnpplo
factors was held lust Saturdaj and ns
the rcsiilt'two promlrjenl business nieji
of tho city wore selected to inaVn tf
cmn'plcto tour nf the various ililm
lions to see what aort otjuuujdnc t
can bo made. Onu leftTuosday forifirl. It Is cnnceile,! now that Hnwall
Hllo. while tho other lulled tho planta
tlons on this Island. As soon us they
complete their Inspection, nnothcr
mooting will bo called nud definite
Although Ihe factors Interested re
fuse to glvo out any details as yet. It
Is understood the now corporation will
bo capitalized at $2 000,000, wilt have
main nlTlcea la Honolulu, and will con
trol over lf.000 acres of growing pines.
The largest feature of tho dcnl Is that
ever 10,000 acres hao been negotiated
for with a view of Increasing
piloting facilities, and 'agents
President Smith Must
Have A New
William Savldgo (his morning an
nounced that ho will not accept n
reappointment to serve ns Sccrctnry
ot the Senate during the coming
special session of tho Legislature
This camo as a surprise to ever body,
as Mr. Bavldgo has passed through
blx successful sessions In this posi
tion, and It Is a dlfllcult ono to hold
President W, O Smith ot the Son
nto has been advised of Mr. Snvldg'u
Intention and Is casting nbnut for n
worthy successor. George Ixw, ns
Blatant secretary, has been fnvor-
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-weltcd 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. '
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd;,
Tel. 282. 1051 Fort St.
. No Htnolulu Merchant will get
his share of holiday trade without
the Bulletin's help. Every
year adds to the truthfulness of this
statement and the profitableness of
Ihe Hoard of Directors.
FBIOE 5 CENTS.
oiner iianu uie) l!ao oecu iiuun-ii j,
slock In the new romp my and aro toi
be l ft In iliargi or their nrlnin pt,nii- 't.
t.itlona iiniltr tho dilution of .i gciP"
cm! linin ignr It in mild If llioy icfiiM)
to como In on tlio ileal, the proposition
will be rnrrlid IhiOugh ItKlcjK.Mdently.
Cubs Taking Notice. "
At tho Scuttle expoilllon plneapplo
g-iwers rrom ..t'ulp vero (ir.sunt?nnil
expresseii the fi ar that wlllilu n fuw '
kms llnwnll would eiinlrnl nil tho
ptni iiiipln Iiii?Iihsh wtit of the Mlsals-
Ikiu lli.i lii.ut nf II v?i nl nf Hie ftnekles.9-!
- ' ;
but our facilities nn; Mi limited Hi it,
It Is considered foolish In proceed I
ngnliiht competition unli rb tho plintn- '
Hon ntreago hero can bo liu reused. '
What Brought the Matter to a Crisis. "
Tlirough corresimiidenco with ccr
tnln pruiiiliient nun In Ciibi,1 It ha.i
been learned that u concerted plun l;i
being worked out by tho pineapple I
men there In order In head off Hawaii r
In tho pln tipple business. Tlila ban
mado thu gmwers hero hit up and Ink'o
notice, with tho losiitt Hint tlie.mat-
i ter Is now In the first stngui of coimol
ably mentioned, while, the iinincot
Ocoigo SmlUilc.i appears olf tho. ho
ilinn as a potslhlo successor toiMr.
Salilgn The w rk requires nnjof
flclent milaiulcU person to get nway
with the worl. nt tlio desk success
fully. Mi. Snldgi! sayH the prcsafot.
business mutters prewnis nun irom
accenting the iippolnttiiout. As kol-
relnry of tho Tcrrllnrhl luimlgra
Hon Hoard, he Is kept qulto busy jj
JONES IS NOW
Hl)Kses II. .loni'B, former C.iptuln
uf Pollio of Koiitaiipokn, wns 1 1 con li
ed to prnctlii) in nil the Territorial
District Ci;urtH tlil.i morning. ,. 4Hn
nppenreil heforu .ludgo W. J. Itolilnt
hon for examination, who found' Mm
duly qualified to pimtlcu law.
Jones Is Hi" sou ot tho Into W, C,
Jones, once Attorney Uuneml during
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