Newspaper Page Text
X. 'if-'i fc flwfir
From San Francisooi
Hlborl.i .1 Nov. 10
Aslu . Nov. 2U
Mnriunu Nov, 13
Aorangl Her. 8
On Nor. 0, tlic Bulletin had
135 inches moro advertising than
its nearest competitor. Experience
has taught many Honolulu mer
chants ,that it pays to use the most
spice in the Bulletin.
Honolulu merchants need Bulletin readers in their business
VOL. XI. NO. 4465.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMEBER 18, 1909. 10 FADES.
TRUST MEN ARE
OUR HARBOR TO BE NAVAL CENT
f&mnWmfBmmmmmmWS!mmWiillftT TJiT"VHHK?Hr'SP??? tcE - fiPMiKliptfV "WW! ' ' ' fl'PWWVfPW
' WfLiHWHfffl f nWWt 'iii Tf .Awlk
u i r v '7 UMiaaMMfMaaanMKprAviu. t v i . , vhum - - - . - Tr- ; "' ,a.' ivrav -
tfm3vzrM t .' mwBikcHati
RW-V " . v ' "V.- - " . . " rjf ; J
9 " '
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HARDER TASK SET
New Firing Regulations To
Go Into Effect
livery niim wlm run Ips a gun.,
wholhot he lu In I lu: regular tinny,
or tlic liitlltl.i, U deopl) Itiloiisteil '
In tho now f 1 1 n K regulations Unit1
go Inlo effect thiinigliiiiit lho Unllol
Hltih.u tli. i n.t itf .liililiatl. Kill!
... :'.... I
itovihious iti mu new rcguitiinni-,
i arc I lie moat exalting ever requited
of any soldier In any iiiniy, mill uK!
though the niL'it of iiuir tinny lire
pruieiblnlly good shots. It la poi'l-,
lile that the number n marksmen,'
sharpshooters nml export illlcnirn
will for n time domease, or let up
a little till the l,o stilko tilt new
A great many of Ihe men in the
tegular nutty Hi ji t loncd In unit
aromiil thli city aiu we.it lit); somo
uioilnl showing them to stand high
In Ihe tanks of sttalght shots. I.nst
jenr theio una n hlghoi percentage
of men cimilllleil to cl.tss.ua mnihs
tiii'ti. shnrpshootcia and expel la
than ever hefoie. Now that the
icKulatlon-. nic i hanged mid the
course l more severe, the enlisted
men will h.it e a stunt that will
likely' reduce their percentage for a
For the fliBt time bobbing mid
moving targets will he tiled. Thin
will l,e ho lint ilcst part of the
iouim. . In nn engagement or nil
Uinta 1 1 lie lit o must nlvvas he the
moiit Important factor, nnd by It
lho remits of battles will ho. most
fteiitiently decided. To send troops
Inlo buttle, without lire control Is
In oxpoao them to death uselessly.
.Small aims Infntitr lire Is otto of
the most Important factois, nrd the
iibc of tho Infantry hns gained larg
ir per cent of battles than any
liinnrli of the service. or course
all othei lirntHhcs arq nceees.it y, ns
Inrtitttry would not be so effective
alone. Small mum are used In env
nlt) and nitllleiv. but lnrantry Is
the only hr.nuliMhnt uses the rifle
ahitte. It Is to the BolilletH" advan
tage to take an Interest In target
pi'acl lie, ,ils they tecclve extra pay
in oi ding Mo ilnsslllcntlons.
GOVERNMENT TO TAKE
APPEAL IN SUGAR CASE
Judge Holt's Decision Will Not Be
Taken as Final.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 27. "The
t,-u eminent will nt once Institute an
appe.il from this doctalon," announc
ed Attorney'Geneiiil WIckerBhnm to
day In roference to the nelon of
Judgo Holt In the circuit court nt
New York yesterday, sustaining the
ple.T of the statute of limitations In
terposed by the defendants, Klstel
uinl Hat tied, lo tho indictment
against them Jointly with the Ame
rican sugars refining company.
Ten per cent penalty is to be add
ed to all taxes not paid before the
WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH
CANDY AT ANY SEASON, AND
YOU CAN DEPEND UPON QUAL
ITY PALM CAFE,
Hotel, near Union.
Of Every Description
m yj' flH
WASHINGTON. Nov. 12. Furth
er details of the plan approved by
the President for the development
of the naval piogram in the Pacific
were made publio today.
Although comparatively little
more will be dene to the- naval base
at Olongapo, the floating- dry dock
Dewey will be retained at that nort
for use by the shins on the Asiatic
The naval station at PearLHar
bor when it is fullv develoDed and
completed will be the center of all
naval operations in the Pacific.
Tomorrow's big Hullo tin will be
one of tho best Nsnes wo havo over
printed. Resides regular and special
c.ihlex ft out tliu mainland, giving tho
lie-v or tho world, many attractive
tpeclal features will be adlod. The
business columns will be of great In
terest, showing tho many big recent
deals. Ihcro will bo literary reviews,
a short stor, and tho soclitj piges
will be eseclall Interesting,
"Getting the Census."
Among the many good IhlngH that
will bo published Saturday Is u care
fully prepared and on excellent stoty
or how lho general census Is tuken
Dr. Victor C. Clark has come to I la
wall rrom lho Department or Com
merce and Labor to "count heads" nnd
being n writer or excellent merit iib
well as n census nian,-0u has told n
remarkable stor or how the work Is
done. This is an article or gieat
value to out) boil), tight on the ove
or Ihe census wink llr.it will be under
Gro.iter Pearl Harbor.
A compli'to story or tho government
work going on nt Tcarl Harbor, with
halftone llliiBtrnllonH. will bo one or
tho Important features of tomorrow's
paper. Don't rail In read this, ns It
will give on descriptions or various
blanches or government (otistiiictlofi
that ou have never heard or before.
Tho strenuous adventures of I.und tho
dlvpr. In his fight with shtuks' wlplle In
his diving Biilt, tho work or tho big
dredges, and tho hlaBtlng ot tho har
bor Is all cusp and valtmblo Informa
tion secured at first hand by into of
our staff writers.
There will be tho usual bright ro
vlow and news of the toclal affairs or
tho week that every woman and nine
ty per cent or lho men ato Interested
In and nlunvu read.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11. Su-
car 88 analysis, beets, 12s 3d.
Parity. 4.59 cents. Previous quota
A lady who has ordered a num
ber of cases sent east suggested the
name, and it's a good one, too, as
the canned pineapple made such a
hit at the Seattle Fair, and it is
"taking" here so .well that we have
decided to reduce the price to
for a half-dozen tins best grade
pineapple delivered free of all
charges at ANY WELLS FARG0
EXPRESS OFFICE IN THE'UNITED
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
Films Were Only
Outside Slopes of
The thrcn Japanese who took photo
graphs ut Diamond Head recently,
and wero detained)- the guards while
tho films were developed, have been
released with n reprimand, and Instruc
tions to mil repent their al ns photo
graphing of government work Is not
allowed, and violation of this regain"
Hon Is met with a severe penalty.
The Japanese scaled tho side of
Fort linger, and began taking pictures
when the glial da espied and captiltol
them. It v, y thought Ihov and u
rincd Eomo vnluahlo snap shots of
the wotks, hut It Is understood uojh
Ing but Fomo outside 111ms wcie se
cuied. Tho officials have dealt len
iently with tho amateur photographer
as they claimed to ho Ignorant or any
vviotigdolng, but anutlur offenso mil
they will have something to answer
Suspend Sentence On
A suspension of sentence for tills -toon
months wns granted by Judge Dp
Holt this morning to Chnrlus Ynrrlck,
sentenced In the District Court to bIx
months Imprisonment for drunken
ness. Ynrrlck was a Juror In lho conspir
acy trial of tho Japineso Higher Wage
Association loaders and Bluntly titter
the Jury had been sworn ho fell n vie
tint to tho flowing howl ami was dis
charged by Judge De Holt, the trial
pioceeillng under agreement with
Ynrrlck was nriested a fow das lal
or and his sentenco lit Ihe District
Court followed. Judge Do llolt sus
pended his sentence on his promUe
to leave liquor alone and try to sup
IMirl his aged mother.
A suspension of sentence was also
granted to George Kaon, charged with
being In attendance nt a gambling
game Kneu was fined S250 Wednes
day for tho same offense and Judgo
De llolt apparently thought that lho
Interests or Justice would bo served
by nn application or leniency.
Nolle prosequlB vvero entered In lho
easo of J, J. Combs, charged with
grand larceny. ami Nnkiimurn,
charged with being present nt a ganib
Cairo, Is Under
CAIRO. 111.. Nov. 12. Martial
law has been enforced in the city
and auiet prevails, althoueh the
community is still at high tension.
A man connected with having been
connected withthe assault which
cause dthe lynching or a negro yes
terday is being held in jail.
Should lho United States army
transport Sheild.in arrive at Honolulu
tnmortow morning lho vessel will
ptobably remain at the port until sonio
tlmo Monday The ti.iuspoit Is hilng
Ui n Inrge shipment of supplies for
the army and tho naval tuitions of the
Islands. Thoie tiro but a verv few
i.i8sengora hooked for transpoitalloit
to Manila Several ladles ;iro leaving
by tho vessel to Join their husbands
now with tho Aiiieilciu cruiser sipiad
ion In Philippine vvntets,
NEW YORK, Nov. 12. James
Bcndemagle. superintendent of the
American Sugar Refining Company,
and six other employes of the Trust
tesigned their (positions today.
These men were yesterday arrested
under indictments by the Federal
Grand Jury for conspiracy to de.
fraud the government by under
weighing of sugar imnorts and
thereby cheating the government out
o ftwo millions f, import duties.
Rising Sun For
TOKIO, Nov. 12. The Jananese
eovernment has given indication of
its friendship for Great Britain and
respect for its greatest military or-
eamzers by bestowing the Order of
the Riling Sun on Field Marshal
PROGRESS THE WORD
AT FORT DE RUSSY
Dredging Soon To Start
Sport, Personals, All
News of Interest
Although nil forms of athletic sports
are Indulged In by the men at the I'ji
glueer camp there is no sport thaC re
mains us popular or that Is participat
ed In so frce.y as handball. 'I wo
courts, one for slngtcB 15x30 feel, and
one for team playing iaxll) feet, the
latter liavlug'the distinction of being
the luigest court In Hawaii, afTord nit
excellent opportunity for dally prac
tice and many of the men who have
become expert, havo expressed u de-
slro to met a few of the hand ball plav.
ers of Honolulu. An effort will be
made In the near, future to form n
league, comprising tenuis from the
local Y. M. C. A.. U. 8. Marine camp
and Tort Shatter.
Special order No. 18, Hdgrs., Kt. Do
Riibm H. T., dated Nov. 10, 'Oil, directs
that Ihe men mentioned will proceed to
the destinations following their names.
Immediately upon receipt of order, viz:
1. Corporul William Tcrrln and 1st
class i'vt. William l.lntuu, from I't.
Do llussy, II. T.. to Walpahu, H. T,
2. Corporal Henry II. Emerson and
1st clas l'vt. Joe Nlcoden from Wal
pahu, H. T to Tt. Do Hussy, II. T,
Sergeants Ford and Dlllsborough, on
If injured while traveling on a
boat or train, $2,000 is what the
will pay you, and $5.00 a year is all
it will cost you, under select classi
fication. Better take out a policy
923 Fort Street
RY JOVIAN BOLTS
Tho staunch American hark Arago,
rhlch showed up off the pott entl
this morning nud was brought Inlo the
hatbor, otic' had a vety narrow cs
i ape front leaving her bones to bleach
upon tho rhorcs of Koko Head.
The vessel, which brought a ship-
tnent of railway lies and lumber fot
the Honolulu Rapid Transit Co. from
Caspnr, was some twelve or thirteen
vears ngo the victim of lightning's
pranks. The Arugo had come down'
from the roavt with a shipment of
lumber and after discharging here,
had tnken on a full load of sugar. The
vcsbcI was toned to sea and for Bev
el nl dajr did not got out of range or
the island of Oaliu. While In thin po
sition an olecttlcal storm came up
and beforo the elements had quieted
down the Arago had bVn struck by
(Continued on Page 9)
TO COMMENCE WORK
Kahana Road Contract
A bid made by John Kmmolutli
for the construction of the Kahana
section of the be.lt toad received the
approval of the Hoard of Supervis
ors nt their noon-day meeting.
Kmniclutli offered to perforin the
work for Jld.-tO, nnd guaranteed to
romplc'c Ihe work within 120 dnjs.
A coiilruct had been drawn tip.
and this has been signed by Major
Kern nnd the clerk, nnd the docu
ment was approved and' Kmmelutli
will commence work on the road
within the next ten dais.
The Hoard of City and County Su
pervisors paused ti nuinbor ot salary
accounts nt todaj's meeting, Includ
ing pay rolls for police, firemen, em
ployes on roads and bridges and tho
department of sanitation and health.
The next regular meeting of the
Supervisors will he held on Tues
day evening, Nov. 16.
Heads Labor Organization. Hot
yoke, Mnss. Thomas J. Diirnln of
Holyoko, who has been tho first, vice
president, was elected protldent of
lho Massachusetts slato branch, A. V.
of U Mr. Diirnln won by n vote or 89
to 37 for Thomas M. Nolan of nostoii
T) pographlcnl Union 13, who was the
duty with 1st l.t. Watklus, C. K, at
Kahuku, II. T., have been granted a
Uiort leuvo of absenco and are visiting
Irlends In Honolulu, II. T.
Hergt. Anson 11. Wills was dis
charged today by reason of expiration
of term of service. He will rcenllst
Saturday, Nov, 13 and depart on the
December transport, to spend his three
months' furlough visiting friends In
Portland, Oregon, and Chicago, III.
Sergt. Wills Is lu charge of tho com-
nntiv tunuu n.,,1 l,n. n I,.,d. .. mI..i.,
In tho company who extend lo him I
their best wishes for an enjowibtu visit
ami a delightful Journey,
Tho diodgo "Pearl" Is anchored
about 400 feet oil shore and upon com-1
pletlon of tho pipe lino through which
the sand Is to ho conducted, the work
of lining lu tho duck ponds at Walklkl
will begin, Two thousand feet of 10
Inch pipe Is requited for the work and
of this amount SOO feet remains lo be
Tho concrolo foundation for lho
two H-lnch guns to bo Installed, ato
completed and a few da)u only will
bo requited to finish tho tight flanking
wall Owing to tho non arrival of ma
tot lal, 21) men of tho construction foieo
woio laid off during lho weok.
SANTIAGO, Chile. Nov. 12. The
Chilean government has decided to
re-enter the list cf navy building
nations, thus reversing its policy of
lefraiuiag from such a source of cs-
It is staled todav that the covcm
ment will puace orders for the con-
struction of one battlMhip of the
most modern type, four destroyers
and two submarines. The nnpro
nriation made available for this work
is fourteen millions of dollars,
DO REGULAR WORK
The Lighthouse louder Kukiil is not
to bo permanent!) turned over to the
Nnvnl Slntltfn aiithorllb'S. lu-ordlna
to a statement undo bj I.I i en-mi
Houston, tho U S lliththntirt now
ot. Tho Mikitl. ho siys, will nt
limes wl en she Is not engaged In In
regular line of work, be ten-leied toi
the uk- nf the Nnv il Station
The frlhmlug vvlrclcas It is licoit ro
reived 1 tho agents from Ihe S. S
"Ahimedi, 8p m Nov 11, 1D09.
"All well Kour nri) four miles
Have lii'il strong canter!) wind nnd
tough sea. Since noon fine weather
light ea-t wind and largo easterly
swell, Ii ir thirty twonl "
Rults American Embassy, London
' jg '.ordsvv drill, epcoiiiI cicni.in
of 'ho American ciiiImbsv hero hai re
Schools Observing Arbor Hay
By Conservation Program
This Is Arbor thiv. nnd all of Ihe
schools In lho cltv uio celebrating It
by approprlato programs, bearing o;i
''Conservation " us tho principal sub
Ject of Interest,
The progiam at tho Kallhlw.iiun
ichool Is ns follow h:
Song Our CountrVa l'lng.
(Iriules 1, D. C, T nud S
Recitation .Useful Trout ..(Irndo 1
Quotation fi inn Dean Swift All (Ira ilea
Composition How rorosts Ato De-
strnjed (Ira do &
Heading Tho Hoy Who Loved tho
Not always a
time it is a matter of economy.
The All AMERICA line of shoes made by
RICE & HUCHINS are noted for thir lion.
est worth and supeib sjylc.
We 'have just received 21, new stjlcs
which arc right up to the present moment in
style. We invite inspection and comparison,
for we k now thnt they will come through
with flying colors.
We would like to show thes: to you
whether y m buy or not.
$3.50 to $5.00
Manufacturers' ShoeYo., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
WAIT ON PLANTERS
They Iixpccl Action Mon
day On Wage Question
llmr 1 1 ll.t ii in Imp r i , t
to i hto.n 'it i t . i iu .)! u -
plantcM in tin Ii n i ,i. i t Moi
i,i iv 1,1 l tin u I x. i of Hi
ii n. , hit, i n , i ill, Jui J i
f'-odtllg t'l - w j 4 vl i
tie liib.ii -rs u.o getlta
lull, n s
, -ti i Ii th Ispi' i
' the iironilnotil til'' a
l'l.iateis AssnoiaiUu la . uv-,1 110 u
lltiiu .if lltn .TntMmMin now t inn n lif,
clu ling lho KAwall Phi 1 Md tbo,
'iip.iiioso Dally Chrui i Hm tfc(
ns, lutloi- whlab Ihp hip - dlto i
1 1 nod teomtly and mi ,1 1 in tli.
"linteiB- Association vteil-i 1 cnr,
lull) nsliiured by Urn bo, I) wlit
in its next Mott'ta)
TI1I1 u 1 luilm ?t',lii 1 iVliht
In lull Mine 1 1 1 - , 11a1
rlniifcs asking til ii 001 m , i- nnqh
iu wages be made by tho 1 1 in if
While th-j Japan, 10 1 l,m hav'
101 ben n'hod to lie 1 , , it , 1 tha
ucntlns of till). I'limi 1 v., , inlinn
Ii tindersiooil Oi-m iln- iimi i l''
"')ii"ot tf J'lnntf s . no., Ilia.
Iilili la ONlierunl to 1 , , rl ,1 iu
tllo rraiuyat of (1 Ju am .1. lbY
rontnl fullv 11 lho Lip on wilfMisfi
lloth iho ilRva'i RIm ,1 il tho
d'Uano( Dally I'ljriiiil t ity.
hU pilhllglijjd lho ttv , , n this I
Thllller HM)Clll'li,ll ill H lil
llic- r Bolutlou cT Ifto idiln--, , 1I1
liieetlng .Mull lav. The r, nil f It
PlnnltrV ncilfm Is looked fn vnnl t
with a grojt dai of lnipt 1 b tli V
Japtnco goiioially. ,
Mrs. Duke "ourd Dend. 'Aiulsvl'lej
K) Oct 20 MR H, ml. ,1 1 Morgai '
Dilko. vviro or Cleiio. ' ;. -M W DuVr
known In hlstoi) nn l mi's Hlgb
Hand Ma if'" was found ' I in bi
nt' llu 'tiiVo rn lb in 1 "v win',
II, -in fillino I ih . 1 1 t hav
f uvt il d, till
I lei oca
f ifi Are
Com post ton -
Cntiservatlon of On-
sources . . .
Song Itu.tmlug Or.uh u
' (,, i and 1
AliliouucoiiiPUt of rooi 1)-. I'rlso
Tho same id. 1 I ti I not In Hi (I
progrim ror tin t 1 rv .. s,
(Continued on Pjkc 4)
case cf patriotism.
MMMMM ;MtTUiiCTBim I
Sole Acents. H tffl.
Tel. 282. Ml