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For San Francisco i
Alameda So. 10
Murnuia Nov. 13
XI uK urn .i..Nov, 9
VOL. XI. NO. 44G2.
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AUTO RACERS MAKE WORLD'S RECORDS
THOUSANDS HOMELESS BY TYPHOON;
WASHINGTON. D. C. Hcv. 9.
President Tnft has cabled to Eng
land, oflcrin- his congratulations
and b:st wishes to King Edward on
the celebration of his sixty-eighth
birthday. The lrestauc 'vas deliv
ered among hsnlrcds of others ie
ceived by His Majesty during the
ATLANTA, Ga . Nov. 0. Two
world's automobile records were
made here today. Strang covered a
mile in 37.70 seconds, and Aiken
raced ten miles in 8.0241 minutes.
Thousands of people witnessed the
fastest time cve,r made by an auto
mobile, and the excitement ran
high and both men broke all prev
ious world's1 Tccords.
Pioneer Hotel Site
Lahaina Is In
Tho htto of tho Pioneer Hold nt
I.:ili ilii'i, .Maul, In Ihu subject of illti
liutii holuccn tho Tin Mortal (locrn
Ment and tho trustees of tlio Ulshup
estate. Tho OouTiimeut claims thu
1 roi 'i l whllci tho trulics of tho es
lulu ait! eqiinll) certain lint they pos
mhk mi iiiltalilo claim upon thu hotel
A (onferetico will lia held ilurliiR (ho
coursu of llio eek In nn effort to do
Uimlno toinu basis of settlement or
rmnpromlBO. Acting Atturuc) (Jonoral
I oirln Amlious represent tho Tor
liliir) wllli prubnhly n rcprcsentatho
fiom thu Innil bureau.
Thu land In dispute Is known ofll
dally ns tho Pelekuna land and thu
ilnlni of tho Dlshop Kstato Ik derhed
f i niii Pilncoss Victoria Konianialu
v hi) petitioned the 1'ihy Council for
tho land as early as 1850, tho request
HI uk lefused on tho mound that bo
rnuso of Its historical associations tho
land should nlwa)s remain In possch
slon of tho Oocrniuent. Tho Illshfjp
Kstato iiltlmately acriulied any rights
that tho Princess had In tho property
I.) JeaBon of tho early claims of own
ertdilp that wcro mado.
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH
CANDY AT ANY SEASON, AND
YOU CAN DEPEND UPON QUAL
ITY. PALM CAFE,
Hotel, near Union.
No. 2 Brownie Films
I j '?'
Financiers Profit by
Brief Stay in
A pirly including n dozen or moro
inning whom are sccrul prominent
riii.incli.rtt and business (nun of Im
dim Knghiud, wore, given over)" oppor
(iiult) today of reccUIng niithentlc In
fiirniatlon concerning thu icsourccs of
Ihu doligjllon is traudlng by thu
Canadian Australian liner Makuru
which nrrhed nt thu l'it early this
iiiornlnK from Stlne) ln llrisbauo
mid Hua, on route to Vnncmucr,
Tho ptrt) Includes ncerul Inlluen
(III numbers "of the London Chamber
of Commerce. Their leader Is Sir Al-
(red Splccr, tho chairman of that or
ganization, width Is n powerful factor
in coiuinciclil circles of tho world's
Purine tho brief stay of tho Makura
it Honolulu, thu part) cinplo)el'thulr
lime to thu best possible advantage In
looking oxer tho clt) and gaining in
formation concerning thu nluablo re
sources of tho Territory.
Tho members of tho Chamber luno
Leon on a tour of Inspection of tho
gnat Atistrallju commonwealth. Tho
cities of Melbourne, 8)ilnoy, Drisbano
AilolaldoPojlhjaud othtr largo bust
IiesS.cuUers tfero vIbITurTjy,'fliu1rtirar
The party Is en routo to England anil
will Journey through Canada.
Thu Makura left S) dncy on October
(Continue!" on Pace 2)
(Snecial Bulletin Cable.)
VANCOUVER. B. C, Nov. 9.
The steamer Distributor is ashore in
the Skccna river. She is probably a
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WILMINGTON, N. C, Nov. 9.
President Taft during his stay in
this city made a trip on the Frcar
OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 9. Thom
as Prathcr, former president of the
Union National Bank, has been in
dicted on a charge of misapplying
funds of that institution. He has
surrendered to the authorities.
Thero Is conio talk of St. Jtcs, tho
Marathon runner, being Invited ta
como to Hawaii and enmpcto ngatnst
Autono Kaoo and Tsukamoto.
The Canned Pineapples
That Made a "Hit"
At Seattle Fair
We have just closed a big deal by
leason of which we arc enabled to
deliver BY EXPP.ESS, 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.
One Trip To
i Per 1
The villlf)lng statement on IHwall
and tho adinlnlstrntton of thu leprosy
problem In tho Territory appearing
in the Portland "Telegram," gUeu as
lntni Innl m l(li Wf O'fint tfltn
Jtonolulu. is not received lth great " toJay of two hours. fortT-t
tuwiuiva biiu ail ovwiv4, i4ia mii
ATT WPA An Kntt O PUmvn 7
tin iklUilllAJti Vin AlbV u , .t -.-
of rolct made a record in the COO mile
LATEST PICTURE OF KATS0N LINER WILHELMINA.
This is the latest photograph of the new Matsan liner Wilhelmina taken while work was proceed
inir on her in the basin of the Newn'.rt News ship yards. According to recent reports the plans have been
changed slightly so that the passenger capacity will be increased by a few staterooms. From Ban Francisco
comes the report that the first tnp o tne steamer next February may DJ tignaiited by her bringing a large
number of Shriners.
turprfae by President Mott Smith of
the Hoard of Health and thu menihei
of tho medical profession in Honolulu
During his sojourn In Hawaii Or
O'Day acquired a reputation that re
leased him from any susildon of be
ing classed In the ranks of dependable
and conser.itho ph)slclans. Dating
his claims upon tho fortunate clicum
stance, that ho participated In tho ex
amination of ten pirsons who were
lator released under the operation of
' tho law enacted by the last I-eKlnla-'turo,
Dr. O'Day has declared that ho
asc sa:cil was seventvtuo miles an
1 ho Honolulu delegation who attend-f ago ngnlnst tho bows of the steamer
cd tho launching of the Itno novr liner bearing her name, was bestowed. As
WIllKlnilna, tho latest acquisition to tho new Matson liner gilded down the
tliu-MniBwn-Ku'frKiitloii C'impiiiy flett.jVfBn ant rJtii'.li )Jt'il'dtlal4ptunKvii.tc
hus returned to Honolulu. (the wattr, llugsnero unfurled from
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Tcnne) nnd Miss many mastheads and neighboring
Wllhelmlna Teuney wcro among tho whistles and sirens tooted In Jojous
passeimers of note to arrho by tho iicsb.
good ship l.urllno from San Francisco
Tho launching of tho steamer from
tho )ards at Newjiort News laBt 8ei
tembcr was In oery wnV a success.
The TennoiK were mesent and it was
to Miss Tenney that tho signal honor I
Mr. Tenney rcfusod to confirm the
report lint thu Wllhelmlim would con
voy a part) of one hundred nnd lift)
Shriners from Sun Kranclsco to Hono
lulu on hur maiden ojago to tho Ha
"I know nothing whatoer about tho
of crashing a bottle of sparkling lnt- matter," was thu succinct response to
t, j co
Swept by !
MANILA. P. I.. Nov. 0. A d'si
itxaca-tvphCGP. at "Janav &'w;pl.tbtS
Chance Good For A
From thu present outlook the noard
if Supervisors will not Interfere In any I
wny with tho work of tho Mutual Tele
I hono Company in laying its conduits.
Tho work is progressing rapidly, and
Treasurer Carter said this morning,
would bu pushed rapidly to comple
tion. A duct is provided in tho conduit I
for tho city and county pollco and lire
WAIMEA MILL HAS
According to a report brought from
Kauai b) thu steapior Klnau Walmea
Mill on Kauai has finished grinding
for tho season. It Is expected that
thu work will be resumed within a
Tho Klnau will bring over the ship
ment of 750 sacks of sugar now await
ing shipment on Kauai.
The assessor is determined to get
in the taxes. If vou have any due,
pay before the lStb, or ten per cent,
will be added.
sianeu ine crusaue inai is roieanng
, dread Molokai Island, of the Hawaiian
gl out., fouler with dishonor's stains
'that it has ever been with leprojy."
I As a matter of fact O'Day Iu i nlmo
a question propounded to Mr. Tenney ' lutely nothing to do with tho luictur
on tho deck of tk l.urllne u the ves- loiogicai examination mat resulted iu
telmodefaKt to the Mitinn wharf this tho release of the ten persons from
,i',.,rniii j . -..- A-r -..i.lbr.itlilummtUJ-HuiHrt. hnwuKiir..ai
San Kranclsco Shrln'crs liechuo thar Press the opinion that they were not. country, laying thousands of dollars2
tne party intend to MBit Honolulu. It "'" "'"" u .auiunmuu, uuura i7 . A A i "u""", "m ,i"""v
is claimed that they have been offered w"n lne ieaie, tne oiner pnysicians ocnng u.uuu people nomcieis. nun
I .ni.,.1... .. .. .- .,... ,.i . .i... oxDrcssInc a similar anlnlon at the areas are camsintr in the onen.
.... ... u....i.. .. . samn time I while suonliet nre bem? rusheJ to'
dollars a round trip for each excur-l vlmn lnp fc,ult obtained O'Day Im- the scene of havoc as fast as'possi- 9
. . . (.i.t.llnlalv 1.. VMM tn ..a na ttin kM. 111 Thf nfTtrillll fln HninfT MfllW- 'I
rionisi. ,1110 wiinoinuna is now re- "-" "..,- i .. v.....- ---. ....-.. . --... ... .j-
i, i i...- n..ui.i..n. (.,.k 1 1. . olon of the onoressed Hawatlans. and thing possible to alleviate the suf-'-
iwcted to nrrHo ut San Kranclsco and nmdo number of statements reflect-1 fenES of those who. have lost everr ;
bo read) to len on hero initial vo). " u" " ik"j " "" i J - w"" " """"
m to Honolulu the fircl i.art of Kub. members of the Hoard of Health. When
ruary. O'Day discovered that his charlatan-
' Ism was not to bo successful ho found
it wlsu to lcao tho Islands and ac
cordingly went to Portland, Mrs. Atch
erlf) declaring that he was forced to
le.t u thu Territory because ho had
e.p essed opinions contrary to those '
held by tho members of the "doctoiH'i
"It seems almost unnecessary to.
charactcriio O Day's statement ns a
Last Transfers In A. & BJn'1f,HfalJe,r,,rL1"';1 rr?rl"r,:t1
Mott Smith of tho Hoard of Health,!
I ranQflrtinn MnrkPt i,nl8 mornlug. "His character and
lldliadtllUII, lUdlKCl stnndlne Bg .(hy,icln can best bo
determined by a consideration of tho
visclous terms of his statement. Such
a man, if ho is able to mako a pre
tenso of repute and standing ns it pby-'
slclun can do much harm to the Ter
President Mott Smith believes that
tho best remedy at hand for provent
HALF MILLION DEAL
IS NOW COMPLETE
New Cotton Rate It Enjoined. Jack
son, Miss Pederal Judgo Nlles today
granted n tomporury Injunctlnon on
, "" ' ' , ' ., , ,,, . T i 1 ,ho application of tho Yatoo & Mtssls
wlres and tho Bonrd will probably n niiIroad Com
straining tho stato railroad commis
sion from enforcing the. ni!w rato
scheduled tn bo effective on uncom
como to somo agreement soon uy
which tho Mutual will transfer the
public wires with their own under
ground. Mr. Carter said ho looked for an nm
Icablo agreement Boon, nnd ho hoped
that thero would bo no troublo or liti
gation over tho matter. In caso that
came, It might not bo for somo time.
Deputy County Attorney Mtiverton
has mado his decision in tho matter
nnd tm nod ev on thing over to tho
Hoard. Tho Merchants' Association
rro now awaiting final ovclopmcnts,
ind tho Supervisors nro Inclined to
arbitrate on tho, basis of getting In
tho now automatic, e)stcm as soon as
PEKIN, China, Nov. 8. The
great cortege conveying the bodv of
the Dowager Empress passed
through the city today, en route to
its final resting place in the eastern
tombs. The city was draped in
mourning and special ceremonies
were held. Special escorts of gov.
eminent troops accompanied, the
cortege.. , M, ,, ,.
"rnr (Ul nmrtt BullU
Tho salo of two hundred shares o(
Alexander & Daldwln stock reported
on tho Exchange this morning signal
lit'd tho delivery of the last lot of
bhnres to complete tho half million dol
lars deal iu this slock made some in nv (-h, ,.,, !,.. , .
weeks ago. This transaction Is mere Kttnmont of rvnnv I. ihn n,,n.i.. ,.r
somo light on his activity during his
1y tho finishing detail of tho transfer
of two thousand ono hundred and sov-chty-flvo
slmres of stock that sold at
$250 a sharo, making a deal totaling
Activity In the stock market con
tinues, tho lively business reported
yesterday morning kept up fairly well
through tho day. Oahu sold yesterday
afternoon at 33 and held at the same ,
figure on tho noard this morning. Rwa
rold at 31 nnd then dropped off an
eighth on offerings of ten shares. Wat-
alu.i sold at 121, and Pioneer at 185.
Onomea sold on tho local Exchange at
EG hut Is offered from San Kranclsco
at nothing lower than 58. Kitty
shares of Mcllrydo sold at 4 50. Ten
Ilonokaa sold at 20, but tho San Kran
clsco quotation Is 20H. Hutchinson
Is said to hao sold yesterday after
noon at lTi but it has not been re
(Continued on Page 8)
Tho Shriners' banquet will bo held
at tho Young Hotel, final arrange
ments having been mado today.
185 ealtorUI rooms 25Q bU1'
nets office, fhsss are the telephone
Mimha it H Rullatln (vffle.
(Special Bulletin Cable.) L .,
COVINGTON, Ky.. Nov. 0. The;
Latonia Racin; Association officers ,s
iiuvc uccn iuv:civu uy inc uranu
Jury on a charge of permittin;
English Is ,
(Special! Bulletin Cable.),
OAKLAND, Cal.. Nov. 8. Tor
mer Congressman English has beeni
indicted with Former President
Prather of the Union NationtJIufe'
on a charge of misapplying' the
funds of the bank. Both Prathei'
and English have been released
from custody under $3,000 bail, i
P9 vuLkcun iuo wfi - 410 "7
LONDON, Eng Nov. 9. Amidst
a great concourse of people, nation
al musio and waving flags. Lord
Mavor Knill wai Idaumirated into
TRUST COMPANY, ITD.,.- ,.,
I The 15th instant is the last day
for paying the second half of taxes.
Ladies' tan and Russett Oxfords and pumps,
straps, buckles or bows. All new and dicssy.
Also many styles n misses' and children's sizes,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.;!
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