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Munchlirlii NOV. U
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EVERY HONOLULU MERCHANT
knows the Bulletin goes to the
people he nteds,as customers. This
assurance is made good by the
quantity and quality of its circula
tion. 3:3(j EDITION
Honolulu merchants need Bulletin readers in their business
VOI. XI. NO. 4400.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRIT ORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
RAPID TRANSIT PLANS DOUBLE
Double Track King
In tlio plana nnnmiucril III l morn
ing liy President 1.. Teniicy Pork ot
tliu Iluplil Transit Company
for tlio '
I'.miblo tracking f Kl'ig street, lln
fnoliilii takes her Hist step In tlio
class of metropolitan cities, nniply
Hi-iiioiisuiuuiK nun uioiiuiniiu..M. .-
Increasing, and that tho commercial
to tl I. s "
ti, ' !?.: v. ,iii iv ,ini,!o
aj 1.1'tiij'iijij "
trucks on King street from Llllhn
street to Punchbowl for tho 'purpose
or fucllltutlug Hi u transportation
ijstom of both tlio l.lllh.i nml Heic
tanln street lines. A fire nilnuto
service will lie established on King
ktrect, which will give tho pnecon-
gers coming In on the nbovo llnei
excellent connections, and tut out.
tho switches on King stieet between ,
the points tho new system will bo
l-lio iiboyc decision was arrived ,
by the directors of tho company. ,
the result of tho caiiKestlou ot I
as the result of thu congestion
tianie at tho terminals of tho pro
posed double tracking. The Knima
stirct pnssengcrs were obliged on
( online to town to walk down to
uitch a enr, while the double track
will lie .extended up Alnkea street to
llmetiinln. connecting with tho lino
direct. Tio material hnB been or
dered, nnd tho work will begin ns
soon ns'"1he plans of tho company
am approved by tho Governor and
.Superliitendellt of public Works.
Hawaiian Belles Back
Tho odlcers of the good ship Aln
medn, fimn Captain 'llins. Dowdell,
who tiod tho brldgo, to the humblest
tlilid degree oiler or water tender lu
tlm Ktoke-l.ald, might bo pardoned for
mi mrialiiimlaiKi! of pildo ns the, pop
ular liner steamed In tluoiigli tho
channel and enmu alongside tho Ocean
lu whnrf about half-pant seven this
For tho AInmedn hnd not only
Kinnslicd nil rciords lu thu carrying
of mainland mall to Honolulu, but tho
gallant ship brought thliteen comely
jouiig Indies, tho pick of tho youth
nnd beauty of Hawaii nel, who liino
been spending the past thieo or four
months on tho Coast and lepresentlug
the. Tenltory at tho Alaska-Yukon-Pnclilc
Imposition at Seattlo.
Tho Hawaiian girls, resplendent In
tlio latest creations from thu smartest
mainland modistes, woro on deck and
Wc serve the best meal in the city
and serve the meals best. There is
a distinction. The difference is in
the price of our good meals and the
indifferent ones served elsewhere.
Hotel, near Union.
For Horses and Cattle.
rcnily for tlio blf, ovation from rcla.
thus nml admiring friends, before tlio
Alameda had rounded Dlumonil Head.
Tlio Oceanic whnrf has seldom wit
nessed such a throng as greeted tlio
nirhnl of tho San Francisco ferry-
boal ,, monlnB. Wlillo tlio
wnR1 W(Jro i(j ,,,,,,,
traction, there wer.j other people on
l,''iri1 wIl ro "'8 l'on V "o of
frlcndshlp to persons In tho wnltlng
crowd on the whnrf. With n pleasing
exhibition of forethought, a largo num
her of lets had been coin eyed to tho
Alnmcdn wlillo tho esscl yet remain
ed outside tho harbor, and these flor
al tokens were distributed to tho fnlr
The joung ladles report huvlng had
n ctcllclitrul lime. Nothing marred the
pCnsuro of tho four months' trip to
l0 mnnnmt. Tlley BI)onl tho Brenter
t of , (mo nt ,ho Scimlo
...... , . .....
with becoming grnco over tho tables
from which was coned neernl deserted!)-
popular Hawaiian delicacies.
They did much whllo fliero fo promote
an acquired tusto for the superior Ha
waiian pineapple. They distributed
lels to great statesmen as well ns to
tho casual laltor, who, through curi
osity, wandered Into tho Hawaiian
building. Tho young women declare
that tho best was none too good for
them during their stay at tho Exposi
tion. They were roynlly treated and
(buy do say that tho affections of more
than oiio young mnlnlandcr Is nt pres
ent centered upon tho Hawaiian Isl
amis since tho girls lane taken their
departure from tho Coast.
Tho Alameda Is snld to bring a rec
ord shipment of mall from tho main
land. Tho ship brought CTO sacks,
which, for tho time being, nearly"
swamped tho postal olUclnls. The
steamer enmo down In flvu days and
nineteen hours nnd experienced fair
wenthcr throughout tho ttlp. Tho cab
in passenger ni commodntlon was tax
ed to the limit, tchro being 88 first
class and L'.'i lu tho stecraro.
In tho UC0 tons of general cargo
Is Included (ho new nutomobltes from
There are a largo number of knma
nluns returning by tho Alameda.
Among them nro Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. C.
Abel, of Itublnsteln & Co., who hno
been on tho Coast on n brief vacation.'
H. A. Ilcrndt of Dlmond & Co. comes
back from a business trip to tho
States. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Dinsch
were crturuliig passengers by tho
Attorney Chns. F. Chllllngworth met
Mrs. Chllllngworth, who has been
awny for seveinl mouths, tho gi enter I
part of tho tlmo being spent on tho
(Continued on Page 4)
The Canned Pineapples
That Made a "Hit"
At Seattle Fair
We have fust closed a bio; deal by
reason of which we are enabled to
deliver BY EXPRESS, free of all
a case of one-half dozen tins high
est grade Hawaiian pineapple AT
ANY WELLS FARGO EXPRESS OF-
FICE IN THE UNITED STATES.
Just think what ar. appropriate
holiday gift a case of this luscious
iil vftill mnlAl
lVa II1UIIW I
Place your orders with . us
early as possible. Shipment
ipment will be;
made by any steamer that you may
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
THE SENATE THIS AFTER NOON REFUSED TO CONCUR IN THE JOINT RESOLUTION PASSED
BY THE HOUSE FOR SUSPENSION OF THE .COASTWISE SHIPPING LAWS.
The special session of the 1909 Legislature adjourns sine die at 2:30 this afternoon, having completed all
of the work Incident to the approving of the amendments to the Organic Act which the United States Con
gress will be asked to make. "
This, morning the House passed a coastwise suspension resolution Introduced by Representative Cohen.
The resolution was strongly opposed by Castro and Affonto. who declared that the Houte waa placing Itself on
record ucinu. nuBUie lu inc principle ui prvicbiiun icuiiumiiuii nunv wi rmi iwii pruvpcrit. nvin iiiiua
strong speeches In behalf of the American merchant marine but the vote showed sixteen to ten for the adoption
cf the resolution.
Although Senator Cochlo's bill to
appropriate $C0,000 from the pub
lic treasury for the purpose of aid
ing Indigent persons who have beon
segregated at tho Leper Settlement
on Moloknt failed to bo considered
by tho House In special session, ho
was successful In getting through
the Senate the following concurrent
lcsolutlon to set nlde fG.000 to be
used for the relief of such persons
, and It Is believed the lower House
will concur In the resolution.
Tho Joint resolution recommend
ing to tho Qovernor the appointment
of a special commission of three
members to Investigate the home
steaders' condition in tho Territory,
with a low of tho government ad
vancing Bums to them to cultivate
nnd Improve their land, was unani
mously passed by the Senate. After
ending tho resolution. Senntor Mc-
Cartliy moved Its adoption, which
received the prompt endorsement ot
Senator Koblnson Introduced a
resolution to have an Inventory tok
on of tho furniture and fixtures, for
tho purposo of turning them over to
tho Superintendent of Public Works,
who Is custodian, after tho session.
Longing 'eyes were cast at blotters',
Ink pads, nnd other desk equipment,
but tho adoption of tho resolution
will prevent nny adoption of such
articles for home use.
Senator Wood's lesolittlon provid
ing for the approval ot all bills
ngaltiBt tho Senate was approved.
House bill No. 1, providing funds
for the expenses ot tho members or
the lower House piused the Senato
this morning on third reading. Sen
ate bill providing money for tho
Senators was returned for record,
having passed tho House.
Couhlu Introduced a resolution al
lowing the cvlerk five days In which
to compile the recoids of the pro
ceedings, also providing for, the clerk
ko typo wilto tho records, which wub
The desks were now cleared of work,
and Senator Qutnii favored adjourn
ment. Senator Knudsen suggested that
no adjournment be taken until the
amendment bill to tho Organic Act
went to the (lovernor for his signa
ture, ulso ho thought it well to wait
for tho final adjournment ot tho
House. President Smith humorously
suggested that tho Governor might
veto tho bill, In which case tho Leg
islature might be compelled to pass
It over his veto. Adjournment was
Uien taken on motion of Coehlo un-
tit 2:30 this afternoon, when a com
mittee will be appointed to wait on
the governor and also the House, to
notify them that the work for which
the special session was culled is com
pleted. Whorcas, Sennto Hill .No. C, "An
Act for the relief of persons released
from the Leper Settlement at Molo
knt," which passedthlrd reading in
the Senate Nov. C, 1909, was tabled
In tho House of Representatives tho
samo day; and
Whereas,, there Is a contingent
fillip of fifty thousand dollars pro
vided for In Act ISO of the Session
Laws of 19,09; therefore bo It
Resolved, that It is the sense ot
tho Legislature of tho Territory ot
Haawll in special session assembled,
that tho Governor bo respectfully
requested to se't usldo from the the
said contingent fund a sum not to
exceed $5,000, to bo used and ex
pended for the relief ot indigent per
sons who huvo been segregated ut
the Lopet- Settlement on Molokut
Iftl1 tftft vifnMn ..uiihhtlftin.l ..! Am.Hll
,., .. ,".., , "..,.."..
caBO known ns lopiosy, and ordered
to leave the Settlement,
Mrs. W. W. Thayer has Invited the
Girls of the ludiistilal School to spend
n hnppy day with her at Alown
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 6 Foot
ball scores of today's bi" K&mM are:
Harvard 18, Cornell 0.
Yale 23, Brown 0.
Navy 0. Washington Jefferson, 0.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8. Later
retUrns from the football scores of
ihe ay are M follows
Pennsylvania, 6, Lafayette 0.
Carlisle 0, George Washington 5.
Michigan 3. Notre Dame 11.
Princeton 8, Dartmouth G.
Chicago 34, Northwestern 0.
TAFT AND TOLLMAN.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CHARLESTON. S. C. Nov. 0.
An incident of President Taft's stav
jn this city wn the meetine with
Senator Tilliniav Mr, Taft was very
cordialt antjhtjmanncr of the men
created "aVverv good'' impression.
IN FORBIDDEN CITY.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PEKIN. Nov. 0. Members of the
foreign legations were today rceived
within the Forbidden Citv of the
Mrs. Hollowny has extended an In
vitation to tho Girls' Industrial School
to have n day's romp nt Wulalae, and
tho outing will bo a treat for tho young
At the suggestion of Dr. V. Clark,
director of thu government census In
Hawaii, Governor Fienr hus culled
a conference of representative busi
ness men and educators to meet on
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock In his
office for the purpose of discussing
tho best methods of co-operating
with Dr. Clark nnd his force In tak
ing the coiisiis with regard to races.
Those who will nttend the con
ference are: Goiernor Frenr, Dr.
Clark, Secretary K. A. Mott-Smlth,
Senator W. O. Smith, Hon. W. II.
Ilabbltt. Dr. Ilrlghum, Prof. W. D.
Alexander, Prof. M. M. Scott, T. O.
Thrum and 11. D. Mead. While the
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923 Fort Street
When tho lloure of Representatives
convened this morning the Senato
Concurrent Resolution restricting tho
power of tho Governor In the admin
istration ot land matters was received
"This Is n very important resolu
tion,'' observed Speaker Holstvln,
"and will be referred to tho Commit
tee on Lands and Public Improve
ments," the presumption being that
tho committee will report this after
noon before adjournment.
Heprescntntho Cohen introduced a
resolution In adocacy ot the suspen
sion of tho coastwise shipping law,
and upon tho conclusion ot its rending
Affonso moved that as tho resolution
denlt with a very serious question It
bo deferred until the afternoon ses
sion. Coney of Knual asked for an Imme
diate vote, declaring, that It was a
question that had received careful
consideration by everyone.
Castro seconded Affonso'a motion,
declaring that ho had itat'Miade'lr) his
mind as to which way ho would vote,
and desired further time for consid
eration. Kanlho moved for the Indefinite
postponement, tho final result being
that consideration of tho resolution
was deferred until 11 o'clock, Castro
stating thnt ho would secure somo
data bearing upon the question.
Sheldon, chairman of tho Rules
Committee, Introduced a resolution to
(Continued on Page 4)
discussion will bo gcnornl, the fea
ture will bo tho adoption of the best
system of handling the census with
regard to the different races repre
sented In Hawaii.
For tho big show nt the Park Thp
ator tonight, look ut the program: Tho
Carnivnl at Nlco, 1909; Saucy Sue; tho
Cork U'g; Tho Moonstone; Modern
Algeria; Making Tambourines; thu
two Verncs; Mllnotto sisters and Vler
The big Odd Tcllows celebraton on
Tuesday evening, on which occasion
u twenty-seven thousand dollar mort
gage will be destroyed, will bb lu ablo
bunds, D. P. Lawrence, District Dop
uty Grand Hire, will act as chairman
Ho will bo assisted by MeBsrs. M. T
Slmonton, K. A. Jacobsen and Charles
Captain E. W. Kelly, of tho bark
Andrew Welch, will act as floor man
ager, the assistants being Henry Oehr-
lug and rrank J. l;uos, of Harmony
Lodge, No. 3, and I). F. Leo and K. C.
Mclln, of Ivxcolslor Uidgo, No. 1.
Wlillo Odd Fellows nnd their fnm-
tiler mid u limited number ot Invited
guests nro exicted and requested to
bo prciont, tl.j committee In charge
wlshi's It distinctly understood that
there will be no room for children
under thu ago of 15 )CHrs, and there
fore request parents of children under
Hint age who Intend to bo present to
leave tho children with some kind
neighbor for tho evening. Tho deci
sion of thu committee regarding the
mlmlHsloii of children will ho strictly
The Oceanic Stenmshlp Company
will place tho liner Sierra on tho
tun between San Francisco and Ho
nolulu, according to udvlces received
from the coust.
The Slerrn Is now on the wnjs at
Snn Frnnclsco and being equipped
with oil burners, nnd If the bushiest '
will warrant otlier slenmcrs will uo
placed on the Honolulu run.
The vessel will replace the AIn
medn, which essel, It Is understood,
will bo thoroughly rebuilt.
When Dr. Waltersstartoil for a vn
cation cm the Rig Island list week. It
was not known In Honolulu that ho
was comlug to train for a Marathon
raco Rut that is Just what he had
been doing at the Volcano House
when ho got n Jolt that snapp'd n ten
dondon nt tho back of tho leg, Just
abovo tho nnklo. Tho doctor had b n-i
out for two-mllo run nt a steady pico
worKing orf so-no superfluous nesh and
shaking in) his liver preparatory to
-" iff mn aa-i lit v'iu uiui y v , tf LJJ a. 1 w ,.-.,
some hat I training for an event ilnent of Uchidi to be Japanese Am-
come. He wns approaching tho vol
cano Hoiin nt the end of tho run,
thinking of the bath, rub down nnd
breakfast ho was soon to enjoy, when
he decide I to put on a spurt for n fin
ish up to tin top. Snap went some
thing nnd It was a limp to n finish with
nn netting nnklo thnt tho Honolulu
medico hid to undergo Instead of n
This occurred on Friday morning
nnd on Saturday afternoon Dr. Wall
ers. Mr. Walters and Mr. Allen Herbert
returned to Hilo, Iho doctor securing n
pair of crutches and plsclng himself
In th" binds of his old friend Dr. Stow
The party win return to Honolulu to
inn-row. regretting that their lslt has
been cut so short. Hawaii Herald.
AT WAIIIIIirllfor ? defolMi'cn Jiat will probably
ttl nfllLUHlJ.ech $750,000. The examination
(Special Ilullotln Wlrelets) H
Wnlluku, Maul. Nov. G. Ono U
8 of tho worst stabbing affrays that H
St has marked thu career of the tl
tl Japaneso on this Island took place St
u last nignt nnu it seems almost a n
St chnnco that It was nut a double tt
SS murder, a
Xt Kunhara. a Japaneso tinsmith tt
SS of Wnlluku, entered tho homo of SS
II Ills brother, a candy man. diirliiu M
SS the evening mid stabbed tho SS
a brother and his wife. Tho man SS
SS received a deep cut In tho nb- SS
SS domen, nnd Tomin;oto. who steh SS
SS ped in to rescue the mnn and his SS
SS wlfo wns badly cut on the head, tt
SS The victim or the stabbing hnd a
tt his wounds Bowed up and Is rest- SS
tt lug easily In Mnlulniil hospital. SS
Mrs. Frnnk Richardson wns a de
parting, passenger for tho Coast un
For those who want com
fbrt and dependable wear
coupled with that satisfied
feeling of having a shoe cor
rect in every way.
Sold exclusively at
T0KI0. Nev G. Oldnl an
nounccrr.ent made today by the gov
ernment shows that the naval
scheme of Japan calls for the addi
tion to its navy in 1914 of one
dicadnaught, two battleship cruis
ers, n disuatch boat cruiser, and scv-
era! torpedo boats nnd dcstioycrs,
BERKELEY. Cal., Nov. C Mabel
Wise.- the dnuchtcr of W. R. Wist
of Hilo, committed suicide here to
day by taking poison. Melancholia
is given as the cause of her net.
UCHIDA TO WASHINGTON.
T0KI0. Nov. G, The foreign of
fice todav announced the nnnaint
bassadcr to Washington to succeed
Takahira. Arakawa will be appoint
ed Amoassaaor to Madrid.
WRIGHT BROTHERS HONORED.
NEW YORK, Nov. G. The
Wright brothers, aviators, were to
day honored by being made members,
of the Legion of Honor.
PORTO RICO'S GOVERNOR.
SAN JUAN. Porto Rico. Nov. 0.
Governor Colton was inaupiirnted to
day with fitting ceremony.
- T I
I MINERAL POINT, Wyo.. Nov G
Vice Prcsidrnt Allen of the First
I National Ban1: u n inrliVtr-.i .,
or tliejjooks isjiot yet complete.
JSjecial Bulletin Cable.)
...NEW YORK, Nov. G.-Standanl
OH today reduced refined ten points
and crude flye points.
Mrs. Rmrnn Puiiohau Asam, a well
known school tenchor of tho MoUIIII
School, died last night nt 10 o'clocl;
at tho homo of Jut brother ut Kap
hulu. She was at ono tlmo a school
teacher on Knunl. Slio came to Mono
lulu but recently. Tho funeinl sen
Ices will bo lield nt 2 o'clock tomoi
row afternoon In tho Iteorgnnlicd
Church of Jesus Christ on Klny
Shoe Co., Ltd., f
1051 Fort St.
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