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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 13, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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KVBNINO lltU.t.KTIN HONOLULU, T. II.. BATURDAY. NOV. in. 1909.
PERELSTfiOUS TO. GO
A. I.. C. Atkinson, Inimlgrnnt Agent
rerclxtroun nnd h 'third imrty will
leave on Monday for Itusslu In order
tn secure more Immigrant laborers for
Hawaii. A( yesterday's mcctlrfg of the
A new assortment in which are several,
that are prettily carved by hand. We
have moulding in nearly the same
New firaoe Wine
style. Our newest PRINTS are the best we have had.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOJP,
Terrllorl.il Hoard of Immigration, this
was sanctioned, nnd nil arrangements
wcro imido accordingly, 8ccretnry
Snvldge won offered the third imslllon
hut refined, nnd another tnnn will be
(.elected In his place.
ii i I i
FORT BELOW KINO STREET.
DR. O'DAY REFUIES
(Continued from Vase 1)
Kilting himself lis ciiiui eiul . Ill: on
ol the I'm 1 hi ml evening pipci ill; 1
tliovvu ii iclcg.nm announcing lh rr
lento of nr lopeis nut of the Urn
one liiindn' I examined t tin- .Mitloktil
KMtlclnciit O'Dny wiik nsi; ; whnl h
Knew lib mi tin in ltd" mi I 1." kiih
llrit lie told Hi), urllii' Hill he con' I
not enllulili ii Hie public lonteinltu
Hie maltcr iix lie had lievu awav fimu
tlu llnvvnllan Inland!) for some mouth
"What I did slpte was 111 (ounce
Unit with llie leli .ii- of the first ten
lepero fimu the m ttle.neiil. In the
three nilniil' conversation whldi I Intel
Willi the I'nillind newspaper mill II
made iil.diiley no mention of Hie I
limners or cast Hie i tiriliuiii teller
thins iivu tliem'iiH u bid which Iho
mtlele lIiowii hero .ill.lliitco to i.ij
"d'Div nil'iilts In.Jiis mfci.Mi;.! Hi.
liownpipetiiinn lint In event o' Hi"
lolusrniit rinirornlliK tin? leleuHo of Of
tj leper al Hie Fcltlenienl IHnts trim,
thoro won d lie hell iuIhciI in II iwalt "
"V.'hv. I h.ne b'Ctt on" of llie inii'l
Sr.lutil liioutern for llie Ionium tli't
they hive hid nl work In the imrl'i
went. 'Die records vlll-iliii.v III II 1
llnve ilellvorcl m'VoiiiI hriuien on
thins llnuiill wlilc li lm e icdo.m-lcl
10 the good of llie rommtrilty.
z lr. U'Div npiie.iiril nl llrst
iiiiirh pcitnrli.il ner the nppc.it
nmo of the aillelo in the Port
land newspaper. When Informed
Hint Hie hl"r hid stlnul up the (inn
limnltv In a torrid dej-ce, iIiii IIoiiii
lulu I li.vslcl in anil surgeon tnoioly
milled mid mild Hint he believed Hi it
. Ilia pact ii (old In the Ir.l.iiidH would
llidlcilo lh.it lie vviu ulllgncd on the
IIU final Injii'irtlon as lie prep irid
to lenui the ship fin the wharf was
"Von e.iu Kfile pisltlvcly for nici thai
Hie tloiy as it iippc-irn Ik ii tlssii" or
(jlso statoniitits iih far uh I inn eon
coined, undo out of whole tlotli, I
don'l rare how sluing miu make llie
denial of my connection with the In
'Micro wait n largo crowd nt HM111
wliurr In greet the reluming pjvscn
i;cm lull the alienee whMi gieelel )r
t)'Hi was of such roiil'tleiic t iTtit II
could have heeii carved with n iudiI
Evidence In Steinheil
Over A Million Estimated For
Case Now Complete Hawaii Harbor Improvement
I'AltIM, Nov. IS. Th" Introduction or evidence In the ruinous Sleluhell
e'ire Is UiioiirIi nnd now iiolhlni; Iml llie atguiiieiit of cjii'iscI is lielwun
the iu,ciiM'd iniirdereH unit the deciding of tic. r lain,
'Hid .iclviieale-geiiei.il tor the ptoseciillon ulenlay liuide nil liiipiis-
Ni-lniied nllivvH lo llie court, suninili:; up the pro'iecilllon'n Hieor of Hie
I 1-11-e. The deels whlrh .Mtdanio Ste'i.heil Is uinned of loiunilttlng were
I'nlnteil In the hi ickcsl colors hy the mlvocnle who InstMcd Hint If iho
was mil Hie pilin Ipil.ilie w irf most teilnluly 1111 accessor to the crimes.
Dei.ilte the ointory of I he ndvnrntu there Is 11 gclieial llupresslon
11UKUIK lluise wlui linie followed the ense elose'y, and this might he said In
l' till I'ir.lh If not nil I'riuiee, that the govcrnnienl has put tip a weak
caic itinl Hie mldtess of the di'fense Is eagerly awaited.
J. G. SERRAO, of Hiio,
Has just shipped some of his new wine to
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GONSALVES & 10.
STARVATION STRIKE IS CTF.
PPOICANT. Wiii-Ii., Nov. Ii. l.'lflv-lwo or Hie lmlustrl.il worKers
v lio !e lijeil I i make nil iippeiiiunci of sinning lheuielves hefore giv
ing In In llie niilliorllles In tile Flreel-spenkliig lionliles, have mine lo
llie (Oiiiluslou lh.it evetjthltig Is rot In sippearntReH and have tiviin
ill lied the s heme. There lite Mill ? :: men persisting in Hie Klurwillon
httlke, a.: It has lii'ioiue Known
Tl'ei.0 latter have leftiKeil rood for seven ila.vs nnd ntale lliey will
mi. In .10 in do so ns long ;ih llie iiiilhoilltes den) them flee speech on
Die stieels, vvhli Ii has lieen ilenlul I licni us n eniiM'ipn'iU'o of Hie liouiile
lliey li.ivu hecu sltirlug up.
m i mtm
WOMAN i:iDHAFER FAINTS IN COURT.
IlKXVIli:. Nov. -1 .Mis Allen Head, nlleged kidnaper, is heller
tiid.iv, aflei having fainted In court during the progress of her trial.
It was thought for Mime time Hint I he collapse might In) fatal. She I"
licensed or n'teniptlng to kidnap Mrs Henry l'hlpps. wife of u l'lilla
oclplil.i mlllloiialie, and living lo extort a foiliinc fioiu her. It Is ex
pected Ihat the lil.il will lie rcRiimed sliorlly.
LOCAL AND COAST
WASIIINOTON, Nov. in. In thu reisirt of the chief nrmy engineer.
HrlgHdler-Reucrnl Wllllnin I.. MnrMi.il I the estimates for rivers nnd harbors
work for. the coming petlod glvo llherul nmoimtn lo Iho l'nclllc Co.iRt ami Ha
waii. The total ninoiinl Hsked for for life llscal period nmounls to $J7.()38.
0.17, or which grand total Jn.riTn.OiM U nsked for l'nclllc Coant work and
$1,100,000 for the two works lo ho further developed In the Hawaiian
Kor Improving llie Honolulu hurhor, (he engineer estimates that half a
million dollars should he npproprlnled.
Kor the further Improvement of t ho tinrhor of llllo, the mini of six hun
dred thousand dollars is recommend ed.
The estimates for the coming (Is cnl period arc consldernhly In excess
of those or the ptcscnl iierlod, the npp loprlallon'for rivers nnd hnrhors work
for 1909 hclng only lnn0l". In ID 08, however, the nppropilnllon amount.
ed to over fort) -three millions.
TRY THIS HOME PRODUCT
MARAMA MET WITH
Eight Days From the
John Holier In, a high (ifnrl.il of the
Union Steamship Company who Is
making u business trpi to Australia.
The Union Company operate liners In
conjunction with Iho Canadlan-Austiul-Inn
line. They own Iho newer vessels
now on the Canadian run.
The Mnrnmn has a few passengers
listed for passage from tills port to
t'mler close confinement aro Ihtee
deported llrltlshers who aro being tak
en hack to Australia. They all pos
sess flagrant police lecords ns count
erfeiters nnd burglars.
The Mnrnmn Is scheduled lo sail for
Syituey vln Suva nt 7 o'clock this
MR. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland,' Cal., and he is now employed by M. E. .
SUVA. Mr. Xent is an experienced man in this line of A
business, and as a practical embalmer has had 16 years' ex
perience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva are now prepared lo
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the femile cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
NiRht Call 1014.
"llaphl" sight seeing inr
Hie von llaniin-Vonng gaingc
C S. Can Is who hv reion of his
wink ns a driver or the I'lanMlii In
numerous mitomolii'e iell.ihlllt.v nnd
cndill.'llli'c (onlrsts lias (nine lo he
I.IIIIWII as "Clean Score" C.irrls, lias
gone lo l,os Angeles, when c on No
vember li lm will nicompauy It iljiM
C. Hamlin and City It win In a lino
over Hie Arl.una dCbert to I'lioenU.
' Tile mi which Hie trio will dilvu
Is Mr Hamlin's KrunKUu "Grey
hi nnd II." Tlie coinse In one so Ut
ile used thai there nro dlslnnies or
lo the Iiiik1, vvliete It Is coolest nnd
least needs cooling riom without.
Iiiiportcd mad" n trip lo the I'enln- The extent or the efficiency of this
sola last night. Tvymty passengets new cooling device Is Indicated hy
availed themselves of tho chance ot the following statement of Iho Mc
miiMng Hie beautiful trip, and i.o Nult Automobile Co. of YuunRstown,
run down v.is much enjo.ved. Tho Ohio, afler n trial or one or tho
lUhbetncck wagon gets over Iho IliM or the 11)10 rats:
loiind In line stjle and miil.es good "Alter "a l'nn of some 20 miles,
time. when the engine was thoroughly
warmed up, we Immediately took out
a spark plug. It could be held In
the hand without uny great dlscom
A .Maxwell tar, in an endurance,
inn, iiivered 10,000 miles over tho
load without iimo slopping thu en
gine. This was a mnrveloits perror
inttnic. as was an aveiagu of 51,3
miles vvhli h the s.iniu cur maintained.
foil and was u gien,t deal (noler than
nny plug which wo have ever remov
ed ft mil a wiiter-(oolcd engine."
There were over sixty passengers
ror Honolulu by the Cahndlnn-Aiis-
trallan liner Mnrania, which drew cvciiIiir,
up at lllshop Wharf shortly artcr
Iho noon hour today. The vessel REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
met with nil torts or nasty weather
dining her eight davs' trip down Entered Nov. 12, 1909, from 10:30
from Vancouver. The vessel In J. Allied Magooti to Ilnkuole nnd
crowded with passengers In tho var-1 wfo par nd
Ions classes. , , nav(, nkuolo nml wltc to Llll
Sevcrnl well-known Honolulunns oilwn ct nl. ..:.i 1'artn D
arrived by the Marnnm, uliong them Ulv(, nuknoio nnii wte to Yee
being K. K,ixt.un lllshop, piesldcnt Youiib ' "
or llrcwcr Co, who has returned ,, 0Mwn (o D,lv(1 InKiHilc Jr..l)
nricr having put through lite con- iinnktni (i() Unaklnlllllll (k).IJ
bollilatlon or tho vnst Intcrcstn ot ntlaklnt mil (k) to Jos. N. Wn-
W. O. Irwin fir Co. with C. llrewor tnu u
& '" Manocl It, dc Sa nnd wife to Kv-
Veteilnailan Dr. John I'otllo has, Ungcllno do Sllvn 1)
icturned from u business trip lo tho lrcdorlck C. Miller nnd wife to
toast. Dr. Christopher O'Day wna Hun ,Mf & n. U. Assn M
also among Iho Honolulu people Entered Hoy ,90g bm 8;30
who arrived by the hteaincr. Dr, chang Kim and wlfo to Wong See
O'Daj will be rcme'iubei ed as hav-j A, j,-ftt vj
Ing hgured quite prominently In nn jiohcn.i ja n)lll n6,t i Jcunne
alleged Interview uppenrlng In tho I t ng D
(olumiH ot the l'oitland Tolegram, 'ri snkiiral lo S
Bargains in Rugs
. We're going to clear out a lot of fine rugs during
the next few days. If you want to buy a real serviceable
rug CHEAP it will pay you to get in on this sale.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
J. S. Bailey.
King and Alakea Sts.
Among rorty-scven automobiles nt
American muko In Paris six are
The alr-(ooled engine or the I'rnntillns, according to figuies pro-
Pranklln automobile has lor 1910 a pared by a Kiencli motor car puhll-
devclopincnt In the fciini or ulr carton, I, a Via Automobile. That
Jaikcts, emit or which dltects tho periodical t,nnt out 4C00 letters to lis
(ourse or it separate rurrent ot cool- Krench subscrlhcis to secure stutls-
lo miles without habitation or sign In gait equally about the walls nt tics relative to thu use or thu an
of human life ami wheio the dilver a cylinder; the louiso is finm the tomobllo In l'.uls especially and
is often In danger ot leaving Iho head, whcie the cj Under Is hottest, throughout Franco generally.
w libit cast all mrls ot slams at Ha
wall and the sugar planters.
The Mnrnmn brings sixty-three
passengeiH ror this port, or which
thlrly-nliie wctc in the laliiu, twen
ty In the second class nnd rout: In
Cargo for Honolulu Includes 170
packages, (ho greater part of which
In transit there Is n large list In
llie saloon ns well as In the second
Among thoro ol prominence Is Mr.
H.unil Aolil PA
Maliana Klknlm to Samuel Knit
Sam Kane and wire to Kuhulla
Ponohti (k) D
Joo Caldeira and wlfo to W. O.
I.ahapa nnd hsb. to Nnholownn
(w) ct nl D
.hue I1. Amaral nnd wire to Man
uel do F. Hi ay D
Manuel do F. Iliny lo Josu P. Am
lAngcllne Snnhorn mid hsb, to F.
M. Swnnzy D
"STICKS EVERYTHING: BUT THE BUYER."
Undoubtedly the best paste in the market for mount
ing photos, etc.
In tubes, jars an-1 pencils.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Sale Ends Tonight at 9 o'clock
This means that "the ladies and gentlemen of Honolulu who have not already taken advantage of the QiTers we.
have made can do so if they come before closing time. . ,
WE MUST HAVE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS. 18 cases of New Goods arrived by the Alameda, and
will be iucluded in this great sale of Dry Goods. i - s
MEN'S SUITS at the Lowest Prices ever charged for the quality. ,
The New Goods include LADIES' WAISTS-something unusually bright and fresh. Also DRESS
GOODS for Ladies and Children.
The SHOE DEPARTMENT is opening unusual bargains in shoes for Ladies',. Children and Men."
We are not selling back number goods. Everything is new.
L, B. KERR & CO. Alakea Street