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VOL. XI. NO. 4454.
B. F. Dillingham Returns From Kilo, Pleased With
Progress of Extension Now Urges Comple
tion Of Volcano Branch
Tliu Ilnhttlnti c-iti'iiFlnn or Ilia Hllo
inllroad will bo ro-.iipleled vvlthln lliu
estimate luadit liy It, I". Dillingham Hi
father of (lio project. Mr. Hllll'iglr.in,
rctnnicil from Hllo iliU ninrtilim nml
In sangulno nt In llii' outlook. Th'.il
tho rond can lio llnlche 1 for Joss tliiui
JSOU.ono ho In citHIii. Iti' Itslbnn
that Jiinunry 1 will see pint of the
loud fairly will completed.
, "Wo will not hate to put In nenr n
many bridges as figured o:i liy tho pc
ldo, over thcro. Wo nru bulbllir; ninny
cuhcrta, and making them perrinn-nl
Tho construction woil: Id progrcssln:;
f-ivnrnbly. Wo hive n gient in my
tutu and fills, ami nccoxs-iilly the work
In dimctilt mil t nl'fn tlni. hut I feel
Circuit Court Judge's
Clrrull Judgo W. J. Itolilnron Is ti
lie it candidate to succeed himself
when his present term of appoint'
ment expires on March 7 next. It
Is believed Hint ho will lio accorded
the unanimous Indorsement of tho
liar Annotation, for It Is generally
acknowledged that his i.ervlcca in
Hip lienrh hae oarned him u re
appointment. Tlicie 'has liccn komethlng of n
iiimor that Judge Koblnrnn would
let ho fiom tho bench at the cxpl-l
ration of his iiicsent term and.ro-'
sumo tho prnillco of Inw beeauso of
tho comparatively similt salary that
Is received by a Circuit Judge In tills
Ho set all doubts at rest this
morning when ho stated that ho
would bo a candidate Tor reappoint
ment when his tcim expires in
It is believed thnt In addition to
securing tho indorsement of thu Hnr
Association Judgo Hoblnson will also
rccelvu tho Indorsenient of Governor
Krear, n coiiililnatlon which Is con
clusive, as far as Circuit Court ap
pointments arc concerned.
Aftor over toven jears of cmploy
mnnt In thn scrvlco of tho Territor
ial Government, Mlis Carrie Crowes,
stenographer In tho Treasurer's of
fice, has reslfincd her position to
nrcopt ono In tho law firm of Kin
ney, llallou, Fiosser and Anderson.
Miss Clowes has won n leputntlon
as a faithful and efficient worker
dining her years of service In tho
government and lenves tho Capitol
with tlio reRrets of lier co-workers
in nl those who luivo had occasion
to trunsuct business at tho Treasur
185 editorial room 25G bust
nets office. These are tho telephone
rnmbert of the Bulletin offleo.
For Horses and Cattle,
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FOOTBALL, ' PLAYER
M'iy iiiuch encouraged over tlio out
look." Mr. Dillingham feels that tho oxten
rIoii should lio completed the last nine
miles up to tlio Volcano. Ho says lie
Is willing to furnlidi sonic money, lint
Hint tho project Ih up to tho eoplo.
Sooner or later that end of the road
v.'lll have to lie roiiHtrncted, nml .Mr.
Pllllimluiiii In cnthushstlc for its com
pletion now. Tho constantly Increas
ing tnuilst trndu Ih the Volcano, tho
lapldly settling coiumiinlly, ami ilie
cominerrlal demands of thnt locality
l.e believes aro ilpe for tho building
of Hie terminal, and It Is now n ques
tion of gelling tlio proposition lined up
TO 8E TRANSFERRED
Clarence Cooke Slated
For Head of That
In tho merger ptopoied by tho
First National and 'tho Hank of Ha
waii, the savings department of tho
former will bo ilhorcrd from tho
bank ami transferred to tho Hank
of Hawaii. Tho latter will disin
corporate, and Its present location
will bo occupied by tlio havings
branch of the I'll at National.
While tho report has been circu
lated that Clarence Cooko will rc
tlic from tho banking business, Vlco
rrcxldcnt Robinson of tho First Na
tional said this moraine Hint Mr.
Cooko would probably assume chnrgo
of the savings department, whllo I,.
Tcnny 1'eck will head tho merger.
As to n change of offleeis and cm
plojcs, It is stated that thcro will
bo fciilllclcnt work to keep tho two
forces busy and thnt no Impoitant
changes will bo mado for tho pres
ent. Another report lins it that tlio
staff will bo reduced considerably as
tho result of tho consolidation.
"I'leaso do not put any dun era on
my grao," was tho i.lgn Mrs. McDon
ald of llrooklyn found on a grnvo In
Olivet cemetery upon which sho had
been placing Mowers for fiftcou yeara.
An Invodittgiitlnn showed tho woman
had been decorating tho wrong gravo
nil there ycais
llagulo, tho mountain capital of Ilo
guet In tho Philippines, has been
chosen as tlio slto for tho new naval
Ilepiesontntlvo A. W. Itucker of
Colorado was Injured severely when
ho was Btruck by tho boom of n boat
ho was tolling In I.aUo I.ano In Min
dlnao In tho riilllpplncs.
Tho widow of William n. Ixeils. tho
American financier, Is reported In l.on
don lo lnvo lojected a marrlago fiom
1'ilnco Joachim Xljirnt.
S. S. Hilonian ,
Nov. 2nd.' '
Next Fruit Bont
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Kintr St. Phone 15.
Get your CANDIES at the
noiei atrcec, near union,
1G PA0E8. HONOLULU, TERRITORY Of HAWAII, SATURDAY,
T " Tr , , T
MANILA, Oct. 30. Admiral Se
brce's squadron of armored cruisers
arrived here today.
BEGIN TARGET PRACTICE."
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MANILA. Oct. 30. Admiral Se.
, uive oijuautuu ui nuuuicu urmscra
j which arrived here today will start
I Monday on three weeks of target
' practice under the most severe con-
iditions. The plan is to put the
marksmen through stunts as closely
allied to battle conditions, in all
kinds of weather, as is possible.
Health Conditions On
After waging n sanitary cam
paign on Hawaii for weeks, Secre
tary of tho Territory and President
of tho Hoard of Health K. A. Mott
Smith returned this morning on tho
Mauna Kca and Immediately 'plung
ed Into tho work Incident to tho con
vening of tho special scission of the
Tho President of tho Hoard of
Health Is woll pleased. with the re
sults of Ills work on tho big island
and believes thnt ho has helped to
Improve tho conditions that 'were
responsible for tho recent opldoniks.
Tlio campaign has been waged thor
oughly and In n manner character
istic of tho strenuous president of
tho Territorial Hoard of Health.
Following Mott-Smlth's appear
ance at tho Capltaol ho wont Into
conference with Governor Krenr nml
Attornoy-dencral Hemcnwny, tho
subject being tho problems of tho
ATHENS. Oct. 30 Th nvnlf
that started yesterday with the cap
ture oi eigm torpedo boats by the
rebels has been short lived. The
eovernment fore, hnv ' nimlnJ
possession of the arsenal and all the
torpedo boats but one. Tabaldos,
leader of the revolt, has escaped
with one torpedo boat.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 30. The
Peonle's Theater was hnrneil toHov
The loss is placed at a quarter of a
A, flood of sllvor dollars in Now
York city Indicates that many far
western and southern visitors wore
tlioro for tho Hudhon fetes. Tho slWcr
wob oxchangod for naiior moticv nt Hm
Officials nt Marshall, Mich., aro prob
ing Iho mysterious murder of I'lovd
Oorhnm, 17 onrs old, who was found
dead In tho woods, having beon shot.
His rifle, which ho had taken to off'or
In payment to a nolghbor bor for hH
blcyclo, was found fifty yards from
Ur'Tor .Penlf' cards on
t -tig ' i 'b "! -
.-.. ttri"f 1 vntSn'Pt' w& -tii.
HOUSE,: TO ACT
Thinks Senate Is Only
DENIES THAT 4e IS FOR
ANNUAL SESSION PUN
General Talk Preliminary to Work
of Tuesday What Alfonso
Migkt So Caucus Called by
Smith for Next Monday.
HpenKer llolsteln exacts tho work
of iho special session of tho legisla
ture, to bo put through In, record tlme;
"The only possible source of trouble
is tho Senate," said tlio Speaker this
morning. "Th'reurt lliat I am lead
lug tho forcci to nccitre an amomlmciii
lor annual session's of iho Legislature
Is not truo. 1 consider that that mat
ter has been ta3t ouco und turnod
down, so what's tho Use of putting It
forward nt this time when wo want to
hurry llitnss up and get tho session
When nxkml iifilfm reiHirl Hint Ilin.
i'l6rcntiillu AffoViso would opjHiso tho
(lovornor's amendments but favor 'tlio
bo called Kutito bill' thnt provides for
placing the legislation regarding the
lauds in the hands of tho local 1-egls
latum, (ho Speaker said ho did nol
know what Mr. Alfonso would do. "But
as I understand It tho Oiganic Act
amendment on thn land law Is tho Del
ogntp's measure )itst ns much as It it
tho Omernnr'a. I hao understood
Hint what tho conference agreed npou
Is Iho Helcg-ite'B bill so I think It nil:
lio prohr to support that."
"I am sure you can depend on
majority of stauueh Ilepubllcans in
tho House of Representatives to carry
through a first class Republican meas
urn in record time"
The general Impression seems to be
that tho session will not last longer
than twclvo days unlcsa tho Senate
plays tho part of tho "off-ox." When ll
becamo known . this morning tint
President W. O. Smith was lo call n
caucus of the members of the Senate
on Monday, thcro was Immediately
talk that snnio would not attend, bui
up to tho present tlmo Coelho Is tho
only man who has publicly signified
his Intention of iiot nltondlng. l)elo
gnto Kuhio, Chllllngwortli and Qtilnn
who were among tho men who went to
Mr. Smith to ask him to call tho cau
cus, so they can hardly bo reckoned
as exerting nu "Insurgent" Influence.
Coelho's nttltudo has been a matter
of considerable doubt as many bclloo
thnt ho Intends to swing over to the
Democrats although ho has not said
so. Tlioro Is an impression "hat ho Is
In nn alliance with u I.. McCandlcss.
Tho facts of iho edso aro not known.
It li. certain however that should Coel
ho not support tho Republican caucus
measures ho will bo no longor rock
cned ns wltfiln tho Republican ranks
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OCTOBER 30, 1009. 16 PAGES.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 10. The
football scores of the garnet played
waay are as follows:
Yale 34. Amherst 0.
Cornell' 0. Williams 3.
Chicago 6, Minnesota SO.
Wisconsin 21. Northwestern 11.
Harvard 9, West Point 0. Called
on account of the' fatal injuries to
-Byrne oi We Army eleven.
Princeton 8, Navy 3.
NEW ORLEANS, la., Oct. 30.
President Taft comnleteri hi. ionr.
Jiey down the river today and was
greetea oy a (rreat outpouring of
citizens of this city and adiolnlnr
country. The President addressed
the Waterways Convention is session
here today, repeating his statements
in support of the development of
the inland waterways.
. . I.
MINEOLA. L I.. Oct 30 Th.
Vanderbilt cup that is the prize of
the sensational automobile races nf
the long Island course was won to
day by an Alco car, with Grant as
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
JOHANISTHAL, Oct.- 30, Grade,
a German aviator, today won the
lanse price of $10,000 by flying
two and a half kilometers in two
minutes and forty-three seconds.
In Bank Fire
ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt., Oct. 30.
Nine people perished here today in
a Are that destroyed the building of
the Citizens' National Bank.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Saturday. October 30.
Pealtlo Arrived Oct. 29:
S. 8. Hyndcs. from San Francisco.
PORT TOWNSBNDArrlvod Oct. 29:
Schr. Aloha, honco Oct. .
IIRISflANR-Sallod Oct. 28:
S. S. Mnkura. for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Oct. 30:
8. 8. Tcnyo Mam. henen Oct in
MIDWAY ISLAND Sailed Oct. 29:
Schr. l-lnurcnco Ward, for Honolulu.
MI-7MO 8. 8. China sails for Sau
Kranclsco tomorrow (Sunday) 8 a.m.
McLcndon Rhoderlcucz. a ijikn
Chnrles, 1j., farmer, waa slain by a
band of mounted men. who. after nhrmi.
Ing through Iho window, entered Iho
nouso ami riddled tho victim with bill
Fifty workmen, bound from Hallston
to Schoncctudy, N. Y woro Injured
many of them seriously, In a collision
between trolley cars on tho Schenec
tady niectrtc railway at Hallston.
Mrs. H. W. Klrman of Oak Park. III.
was elected president of tho National
rederntloii of Woman's Congregational
MlHjd,nn8wlellei nftfKln, III. i
IW-uFor Sale" card, at Bulletin.
Judge De Bolt Scores
Lack Of Prompt
NOT LESS THAN 5
' YEARS AND SI 000 FINE
Conviction Should Have Been Had
Immediately, Is the Statement
of the Judge Says Oath
Imprisonment at hard labor In Oahu
penitentiary for a term of not lesu
than fhc yonrs or more than ten jears
and n fine of S1000 was tho senlcnro
pronounced UlHin Tomlklrhl Mori llilu
morning by qrcnlt Judgo De Holt
punishment for tho assnult conimlttinl
on August's last when tho twenty-tun
year-old Japanese mndo a futile nt
tempt to assassinate Snnietnm Klu.lia
editor of tho Hawaii Hlilupo,
IN I'AKHINQ 8BNTKWCB Ul'tV
MORt JHIK5K DBJIOLT TOOK Ot.
CA810N TO MAKK BOMB 8CATH
INO COMMKNTS UI-Otf-TIIE MIN
ORtTYQF' TUB MORI JURY JHR
OR ,W. A. TIRRBLly-WHOSB on.
8TINAOY PREVENTED AN IMMED
IATE VERDICT OF nitll.TV s
CHAROEn nEINO RETURNED.
JUDGE DB DOLT tlPf!I.Am-ii
THAT Till-: FACT THAT IT TOOK
THE JURY 8IX HOURS TO REACH
A VERDICT INDICATED THAT
BOMB OK THE JURORS WHIM'
'KA1.SH TO TirPIII OATlt o tun
OR8 AND THEIR DUTY AS clTI
ZENS." "DISORACEKUL" WAS Tin:
ADJECTIVE IIB U8ED IN REFER
RINfl TO THE FACT THAT Tim
JIM'Y DID NOT RETURN WITH A
VF 'OICT OF GUILTY AS CHARGED
IN FIFTEEN MINUTES OR LESS.
Referring, to tho recomineiiiliiilmi
of mercy that was attached to tho er.
diet, Judge Dc Dolt declared In unqual
ified terms, that It was not entitled to
consideration oven though tho court
could not tako official recognition of
tno reimrt that II was Incorporated In
tho verdict to secure tho rniiNirrrni-
of ono man who did not caro to vote
with tho majority.
"Thcro Is nothing In this case lo
warrant a recommendation of mercy,"
said Judgo Do Dolt, "and I cannot bco
why It wns thought necessary to in.
cludo it. Tho court does not feel that
It can consider It."
Referring to tho iiIciib of Dcmiiiiti
and Llghtfoot that Mnrl hod always
borno a good reputation In tho mint.
Judge Do Dolt took occasion to differ-
ntlato between "rctmtntlnn" nn.i
"character." Ho saM Hint n.. i.n.i
ovldcnco of Iho convicted man's char
acter was tho Incident of August 3
when he nttempted to kill Shcba.
Attorneys Llghtfoot and Dnntiiiit
made Iho best uso of the fragile rocom
mcntUtlon of tho Jury for "mercy."
Douthltt dwelt nt gront length on tho
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WEST P0IN1, N. Y., Oct. 30.
Today's football game between Harjil
vard and the West Point elevens waa3
called as the result of an accident!
that turned the enthusiastic crowd
mo an nucmoiy oi mourners.
During one of the rashes Byrne'
of the army eleven was found to bb
down and out. When aid arrived it 4
was found that his injuries wcroj
such that he could not live. Ho
was taken to the side lines and died
a short time nftcr. The score nt tho
time of the fatality was Harvard 9,
WILL ASK FOR j
Clear Case Against
Editor Of Chinese
United States District Attorney
Hreckyns has praitlrnlly decided to
ask tho Washington nuthorlttci for
nn order of deportation directed
ngnlnst !,o Sun, editor of tho Cheo
How Shin, tho Chinese newspaper?
ami revolutionary organ that lum
Mllflf Mm iirtilina nt M.a ..do u.l .. ..P
n .,i iMiiDii, ir. .,,u iiroiiooiu uu
Prluco Ito mid suggested that slml-'
Inr patriots ami mnrtyis hhould'
rlso up ami follow In his footsteps.
the sent of their suggested activity
being Die Celestlnl Empire. J.
"Tho translation nf the article lull
tlln miner tintt utwtti.i I, . I... nt ........fv
mine an iiiveniiiary naiura man was
first suspected." t-ald .Mr. Ilreekoiis
tills 111111 lllllir. 'Tllilm. tin. iirm-ld
Ion of Iho Ims i ran ask for thofl
depoitatloii of uny roieigner who,
not being In the country for innfn
assassination of public olllrlals rifK
fill.' tmlto.i .III. r,.... . -ft
clear nml I brlleve that wo will (Imf
rillMlllKna lilulln..! I I ...- r . 1?-
--- jn-i.iivu in iioiiiiik ior inoBu
order of deportation from Wnshlris-S
..It Is not helievrrl tlmt T e
Will have iniipli nnnnrtiitiU.. ...
tlnue his writings after nrrivinij ,'iri
nm uii me ucponaiion orucr.
William Eggert of Chicago was 1$
rested at Denver on Ills vwddlug trlft
charged with blenmv tli,,,l.. cP..!
bach of Cbleaco In lilu ,iti...,.i ,i..l'
wife and .Miss Matilda Schulb, nTJoi
in unicngn, pis nrlde of three days
Arrald of ill luck on Friday, lariil
seekers illd not rpclster In i:.r.. ,.T....'
bers In Sotilh Dakota for tho CheyoiinS
river and Standing ltiK-k reservntlonsT
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