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Nippon Mnru Nov. D
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Manchuria NOV. U
Marnwii Nov. 13
Makura Nov. 8
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VOL. XI. NO. 4401.
J12 PAGES HONOLULU, TEWUTORT 'Of B:AWAH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1909. 12'PAQES.
PRICE S CENTi.
TO THE VOTERS OF
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
In view of
a Candidate for
oe a Lanaiaate ror tne coming election ir 1 am nominated as sucn by
LONDON, Nov. C The British
government today let the contract
for the construction of two new bat
tleships of the modern dreadnaneht
type. These shis will be of 20,350
tons and capable of making twenty
six knots speed.
Of King Edward
LONDON, Nov. 8. King Edward1
has let it become known that among
the men whom he will honor on his
birthday anniversary are Lieut.
Shackelton, whose expedition reach
ed the farthest south in colar explor
ation, and Admiral Seymour of the
British navy. Shackelton will be
knighted and Admiral Seymour is to
be made a member of the Privy
AUGUSTA. S. C. Nov. 8. Presi
dent Taft made a snesch before a
tremendous crowd here today at the
Slate Fair Grounds. He spent Sun
day in the city and left for Florence
at 2:30. He will spend tomorrow
afterncon at Wilmington, arrive at
Rirhmor.il, Vs., Tuesdav noon and
land in Wnshinjrton Wednesday eve
ning at 8:35,
Mrs. Astor Gets
"NEW YOHK, Nov. 8. Mrs. John
Jacob Astor was today granted a di
vorce from her husband. It is re-
Tinrtpd that Mrq Asfnr rrpivM tn
millions of dollars as a part of the
program of severing her marital re-
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8. Su
gar, 88 analysis beets, lis 9 3-4d.
Farity, 4.50 cents, Previous quota
tions lis Od.
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH
CANDY AT ANY SEASON, AND
YOU CAN DEPEND UPON QUAL
ITY. PALM CAFE,
Hotel, near Union.
For Horses and Cattle,
the many requests
the position I now
HAWAII GRAND JURY
DEPUTY SHERIFF AND POLICEMAN FIRST TO BE INDICTED BY
ORAND JURY INVESTIGATING GRAFT ON HAWAII FURTHER
INVESTIGATIONS ARE SCHEDULED.'
Indictments agalnBt n deputy shor
IR ot Knit nnil uno f tlio policemen,
fcalil to bo Knuue, were found by tho
Grand Jury sitting at Kallua last week.
TIiIb Is the first it'sult of the Hawaii
Kraft Investigations and It Is the gen
ernl Impression tliut It will go much
farllicr bufoic it Is finished,
Tho Indictments were returned last
week and placed on the secret fllo as
the ollecniun had not ut that time
been apprehended. The charge Is of,
extortion, these officers of tho police
jforeo having apparently made a bust,
r.ess of holding tip Japanese and Ignor
ant persons for licenses and tho like.
The object ot the special sesbon of
the Leglstnturo obtained, Oovernor
I'rear will leave on tho l.tirllne, sail
ing Tuesday, on ills way to Washing
ton, wlieie ho will do eeo thing in
Ills power to Becure favoiablo nctlun
by Congress on the amendments to
llto Organic Art or the Teirllory, us
t'pptovcd by the special session,
I CougiehH convene December Gth,
i.iul nt the nppioaclilug session efforts
will bo made to secure tho desired
amendments to the Oigaulc Act. In
discussing Ills trip tho Governor stated
this motning that lie would go to Now
Yoik first nnd lator turn to Washing
ton, nrilvlng thcio bonio time before
the convening of Congress.
I "Tho results of tho social session ot
tho Legislature were nil that could bo
desired," ho said, "and by tho Legis
lature's unanimous approval of tho do
tired amendments tho Territory now
I'"'1'" " "y of sentiment
bll0,,m 8t'c," fvrnblo action by
Tho police handled tho big crowd at
tho league grounds well and It was
I'uly after the finish of tho race (but
tho spectators encroached on 1 1 1
The Canned Pineapples
That Made a "Hit",
At Seattle Fair
We have just closed a big deal by
reason' of which we are enabled to
deliver BY EXPPJESS, 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 an appropriate
holiday gift a case of this luscious
fruit will make!
Place your orders with us as
early as possible. Shipment will be
made by any steamer that you may
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
that have been made tome, I have, upon mature deliberation, decided to again become
have the honor to hold as Delegate of our Territory. I hereby announce that I will
It Is stated that thcro aro something
like thirteen counts against each of
tho men I
When the Orond Jury made Us re.
port, Judge Matthewman discharged
II, but at tho request of Acting Pros-
ocutlng Attorney Carl Smith he mod-
Iflod this order and dismissed Uie
grand Jurors RUbJect to call at the
request of tho Oraud Jury. I
It Is tho general belief that further
Investigations may secure the Indict
ment of officers higher up, and it Is
for this puriioso that tho Grand Jury
Is held subject to call under further
Mrs. Giesecke May
The damage suit brought by Maude
Henick Giesecke against Gus Bchu
man will probably not como up for
trial In tho Circuit Court.
The damage action was brought by
Mrs. Olesecko agulust Schiimau for
;20,5G7.G0 for injuries sustained by
Mrs. Giesecke when sho was run down
hy n machine driven bj Schuman on
South King street In June InBt.
11 Is stated that a basis of compro
mlso has been reached and It Is under
stood that the suit will bo settled for
A continuance was asked for this
morning hy tho attorneys and It is be
lieved that tho final details' of tho set
tlement will bo reached today.
The, plaintiff was represented hy At
torneys Peters nnd Kawllns and Scht.
man by Thompson and Davis.
It (Special II u 1 1 o 1 1 n WirclesB)
tt Walluku, Muul, Nov. 8. Kua- tt
tt hara, tho Japanese candy man, tt
tt who with his wife wcro murder- tt
tt ously assaulted In their homo by tt
tt his brother Friday night, died at tt
tt Malulnnl hospital' Sunday morn- tt
tt Ing, and tho "charge of murder tt
tt was placed opposlto the namo of tt
tt D, Kuahara, who had been lodged tt
tt In Jail awaiting tho result of his tt
tt work. Tho victim of the assault tt
tt was stabbed several times in the tt
tt r.'domen. tt
SUE STILL ON
To neenmmodato tho crowds and
mako room for tho now Christmas
goods, L. 1), Kerr & Co.'h special silo
w III bo continued for a few days long,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25A
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone '185.
.' i r 'tin
Delegate KaUolnnaole goes to Wash-
Ington Decembo 3, on tho Mongolia,
11 Is expected that ho will he accom-
panlod by Princess Kalaulanaole. '
"I have been. thinking for 'sometime
about running attain ns candidate for
Delegate to Congress," said Kalanla-
naole today. "Xnd after stud) lug the
situation for at considerable time, I
have decided torun again, provided 1
am nominated by the Itepttbllcan par-
"A large number of my friends,
1anr r w"om are business men. have
been urging me to run In the past, but
' w not posltlte of my position
tnen. M nothing. Today 1 have
announced my Intention to run again."
The Delegate Is n nnn of few word,
'" statement Contained the whole
ry. Those on the Inside know that
he thought very seriously of withdraw
ing from Congress nt the end of his
Unfair Claim Is
made By United
Manager Batch Declares Message Regarding Korea
WasrSent From Here, While Coast Company
Claims It Was Received Direct.
The line Italian hand of the Unit- methods used to discredit efforts of
ed Wire I est Company is again evi- Honolulu Companies and make them-
dent In the latest stunt pulled off by selve solid with outside Interests,
them In connection with a message All of tho San Francisco pal era aro
received at the United office In Sun publishing lengthy accounts of the
Francisco from here regarding the affair, which all seem to be Inspired
Korea on Nov. 'i. The United, nc- from one Bide,
cording to the Chronicle, received .
the message direct from tho Korea,
while Manager llalch denies this,
We havo any number of affidavits
and proofs that this nieisjge wus
sent light from our office here to
"I. II.." the United Wireless office
at San Francisco. We are trying to
do conscientious work and tell the
truth, nnd this Is what we get for It.
The United owiib the apparatus on
the Korea, and It Is said they are
trying to make Schwerln believe
that their San Francisco office re
ceived a wlroless direct from the
steamship, which was tit the time 1.
8G4 miles off this port towards the
Orient. It appears from all ot the
facts In the caeo that it Is another
move on the part of the United to
get Into the field here. While Man
ager Ualrh and other business men
here welcome riow companies of all
kinds, they do not appreciate the
TRUST COMPANY, LTD..
923 fort Street
present term, but from erory hand
havo come requests that ho contlnuo
to lead the Republican parly and thus
aid the Territory In carrying on the
great work of development that is
under way through Federal appropria
It Is believed that the action of the
Legislature during Its Bpeclal session
had much to do with the Delegate's de-
clslon. He mood sonsor for tho good
work of the Legislature. Ho believed
that the Legislators would make good,
The member fulfilled his prediction so
well that Is would seem almost like do
sorting the ship for the Delegate to
drop out of public life at a. time when
there Is so much to be done, and such
splendid local supjiort has been given
for doing It.
There Is no doubt that the announce
ment of tho Delegate will bo received
with widespread approval.
WILL GET IT AGAIN
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6 I'ostm
aster Oeneial Hitchcock expects to
reappoint Joseph G. Pratt postmaste
r nt Honolulu. This action, how
ever, will not bo takti:for several m
ontha, after the Honolulu office shall
have been relnspected.
n (Special II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Wlroless)
tt Kallua, Hawaii, Nov, 8. Tho tt
tt Kallua Grand Jury hat returned tt
tt elk-lit indictments against Police tt
tt Officer Kauwo and one against tt
tt Deputy Sheriff Kokiula'bf Kau'tt
tt for graft. 1 tt
Already there Is talk around town
about another Marathon race, nnd It
Is probable that Kaob anauie Jap
anese, Tsukninoto will have a match
run before long.
Another long-distance man Is out
with a defiance to all comers, nnd
has asked through the II u 1 1 o 121 u
to be allowed to chullcngo Kuoo,
Jackson or Tsukninoto to a race
over u ten, fifteen or full distance
The new claimant for running
lionoiH Is A) res, the well-known
walker, and it ionics as a surprlso
to most peoplo that he thinks ho
has a chance against the three
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
' Bulletin Business Office Phone 280.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 8. A de
cision was handed down todav in
the case of the American-Hawaiian
Construction Co., which brought
suit for payment for the work it did
o7thV Bull r Buildine pviou,Uto
the earthquake and fire. The court
awards the construction company
S10O.868, thereby civinc it a sub
stantial victory. The American-Hawaiian
Construction Company was
made up of men who had formerly
done constrnctionwork in Honolulu.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YOHK. Nov. 8. The na-
pen in the divorce case of Mrs, John
Jacob Astor are on the secret file,
so it is impossible to learn the de.
tails of the divorce proceedings. I
mere is, however, only one ground
on which a divorce can be granted
in this state.
Popular School Teacher
Had Apoplectic Stroke
Miss Louisa Ilrlckwood
a stroke of apoplexy
mornlne nnd hn lipnn lilnir tinrnn-l
sclous ever since. I'lijblclana have
little hope thnt sho can survive.
Mlsi ilrlckwood has a host of
friends throughout tho Islands. She
bus been a toucher In the ltoal
ticiiooi ror enrs, nnd It Is gencially
believed that she has been In the
service for n longer period tfiiin any.uous afternoon's work, , jjjr
other person In public employ. Sho
not only held on onvlublo position
In length of service, but In all-round
efllclency in school room work.
Bulletin Basiness Office Phone 2SS.
Hnlletin Editorial Room Phone IBS
Ladies' tan and Russett Oxfords and pumps,
straps, buckles or bows. All new and dicssy.
Also many styles n misses' and children's sizes.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. It was.)
announced today that the committee y
of the National Qcocrr.phical Society
will make an examination of Dr.
Cook's claims to havine discovered
what mav be done bv the University
of Copenhagen. The American So--cietv
has endeavored to secure the
co-oueratiou of the Copenhagen ou-1
thoritics, but thev desire to wait'at'
least a year. The local committee!
has decided to eo forward and pass
uoon the Cook datn at hand at once
Goes to Lon'doDi
(Snecial Bulletin CabUOV
MADRID. Srjain. Nov. 8. Kin
Manuel of Portugal nrrved hcie to-
day. He is traveling to London!
where he is to visit the Kintr of Erif,?
(Suc.ir.1 2 u 1 1 e t i n Cable.) ' "
BOSTON. lTov 0. The crcat bat
tlcshin North DJ.ota has been aq
ceoted by the covernment, after
havintt fulfilled nil the requirements,?
tw tkA AAHfHA4 ...:.i. .1.- i :u.. "
ui mt luiiurti wiiu inc uuiiucn.
(Special Bulletin Cable. ii
VICTORIA. Nov. 8. Th steamer
umtneca has been .wrecked in Jthi
Skeenn. river. Jt ill
Quito a number of prominent Hona
lulu peoplo took In Iho Marathon rocT
Kstcrday and st:ied till thrf eryYoiul
Iiuyes, nhri collapsed lu the Mara
thon rare after putting up u plu'ckj-j
, liBlit agaltmt cramps. Is all right agalil
nnd feels none the woiso for his strc'iM
The Territory of Hawaii Is now HiSl
owner of the Highland I'.irk tract lliatl
lias been acquired for the uses offihrB
ICollego of Hawaii. On .N'oveinlierl'jM
I the' sum of J30.00I) wns paid by timj
!, Government to tliu Valerlioisu TriuvH
, Co. jl
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1Q51 Fort St.
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