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VOL. XI. NO. 4167.
11 PAOKS. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MpNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1009. 1-1 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WM. Q. IRWIN NAMED PRESIDENT OF PL
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Planters In Session
After Record Crop Year
President Dam n Pre
sents Interesting Re
port to Members
Another record nop was icpoited
ill lltu niimml meeting of ihf llnw.i
llan Sugar I'luiiliT' Association,
which was opened IIiIh morning In I
tllf IOOI11H (if tilt ilHKlH-l-ltltlll In the
Juilil building, and Hie leports of
Hie president. S. N. Dninoii. mill
Secretary V. O Suiltli dlmlosed ii
very satlsfac-lciiy Ht.ite of affairs In I
Hie IniliiHtry generally. I
During Hie 111 OS-1 !! season Hie I
largest croti ever himesleil fiom
Hawaii sugar fields was taken off
No less iimn r. :: r. , i n ; tons or sugar
was tliu leil. ami for most of It n
most satlsfuctmy price was olitulncil.
All Ihu MirloiiH sugar plantations
weio leprchnnled either liy Hielr
managers or agents, ami sixty iwtn-l-era
were piescnt at Hie meeting.
After tlio .provident liuil rcail Ills
lepoit, which IIh publluhed lielow.
Hie secretary, W. O. Smith, present
eil his report, Riven heio In full.
During tho time the sttll.e was
on, the trustees Iiml to meet fie
iiuently, ami the arranging for
strikebreakers linil been iiinitly In
the hands uf II. I). Me.ic, who hail
ilone very valmilile work. '
P. It. Hatch, tho planters" Bpeelal
icpienentntlv'o nt Washington, was
still cluing good woik nml the out
look fur the future seemed brighter
The election of the trustees of the
association reunited In Hie re-election
of tlio gentlemen who acted Inst
jcar, all being unanimously ehnsen.
The seuetury cast the ballot of the
atuoLlatlon, ns follows: S. M. Da
mon, 13 I). Tetmey, P. M. Swnnzy,
II. I". ll.ihlwln, W. O Snillh, W. (J.
liwln. 13. P. Illshup. .1. I'. Ilnikfeld.
I'. A. Sehaufer.
The piesldent thon cni.ouuceil
that no further holiness would be
done till l::t0 p. in., and the meet
ing udjnuined. Vnilous leports on
illlTeieut depuitmentti of the sugar
'I'n llip Olliivr- tt ml ft'inlii'M of the
I liiwui inn Supir l'lnnti'fs' AMH!iiitinii.
Cifiitlciiu'ii: To-ilny tiiurkh the lilitli Aiinunl .Miding of tliu
lluuniiiiii Siijinr Pliiiilcrt' AhXM-i.iiinii, uml I urn niiicli grati
1 itil to rco mi iiiiinv jiifiiili(r iinwnt to pui t ici mt i in our piii-(i'i'liii;-i.
On liclinlf of tin- TnMccit I Imvc much ilcii"urt' in
cxtcmliii lu'iui all u very ;urliiit welcome and it 1 1 iifljirccintioii
i.f .viiiir itlti'mliiiicc.
t iiiU'iti to inc that the prc-i'iico ut i1ipm iiiiitii.il U'-bIuiis
.f every pliinliitiim iiiuiiiicr who cnii poiiilily iiuiko iirriUiKt'
iiictili to tittciiil is n mutter of special importance. Tim stijiiir
liilsiiicss coiistilulcs the mtiiii mmiivi" of tlio mciiIiIi uml prov
pcritv of iIicm' Miimls ami tl.c sticci uf tlint industry lii very
(tjontinuedonPace 13) '
Next Week. look out for
Hotel, near Union.
3 1-2x3 1-2
30c and 60c
All Films List Price
Holder Drug Ca.lnJfcnitSrUL
HON. S. M. DAMON
Retiring President of the Planters' Association, Who
Very Important Period.
indiisti) are t be read mid many
InteiestliiK discussions me looked
The following members of tho As
sociation wcie pieseiit at this morn
ing's acralnn: W. II. C C.imphell,
!eo. Chalmers, S. M. Damon, (1. P.
Davles. .1. Pusnlh, Pico. ITIhli. JnniCH
(libli. V. M. (llffard, 11. Hall, John
lllnil, C C. Kennedy. A. l.ldgulc, J.
II. Mnckcnle, It. 1) Mend, .1. It.
Mjers, 13. 13. I'axton. T. II. Petile. (I.
!P. Itenton, .1. M. Itiibi. W. O. Smith,
J John Watt. Ceo c Watt, 13. II.
Wodelum-ie. .1. W. Waldron, Atkins
WIkIH, A. Alliens, John Chalmeis,
V. V. (loodiilu, II. II. l'enhnllow, It.
Catton, J. T. Mnlr, James Webster,
!:. K. Mull, It. S. Ilnsmer, II. II.
Ileutoii, V. Lang, J. M. Dow sett and
several other Honolulu business
A lady who has ordered a num
ber of cases sent cast suggested the
name, and it's a p;ood one, too, as
the canned pineapple made such a
hit at the Seattle Fair, and it is
"takiiiR" here so well that we have
decided to reduce the price to
for a half-dozen tins best Rrade
pineapple delivered free of all
charges at ANY WELIS FARGO
EXPRESS OFFICE IN THE UNITED
Served During a
W. O. Irwin, president
Wm. Pfotenhauer, vice prelr!ent.
W. O. Smith ecretary
L. J. Warren dtclttau: ics.i.t.iry.
G, H. Robertson, auditor.
The alimo olllcei win- lei'led liy
Hie tiustees of the I'lanteis' Asiocht
Hon at the nice' iik held thin nftei.
A otc of thaulvH wn liideicd to
the H'tliliiK piusltlent, J. it. Damon,
mid he retuiiasl thanks for the honor.
As both tliu nuw presliti'ir and vice
pri'Blilenl were nlirvnt fnm tho meet.
Iiir, 13. 1 Tenney wns JlDetel chair
man for the afternoon.
The leport of tho cotiini(tti'c iln Cub
Illation ami Pcrtlllzatlou of L'nlril
Rated I'ljntntloiis was then reail by
Secretary Smith It was a carefully
'ompl'ed leport and shoncd much
deep thniiKht lij CluilriiiRli . l.ldKHi'.
C. BREWER & CO.
President Bishop Speaks
Briefly of Deal
' With Irwin
"We hiivo taken over all tho nKoti
cles, Hutchinson Included, unless
touicthlliK lias happened since. I left
tlio Coast." n.ild ft, t'lixon lllshop, pres
ident of lliowur & Co., this mornlni;
in speakliiK of the deal for tho mertier
of Irwin k Co, with lliuwcr 4L Co.
"I wve the local (icoplu 1iavo all
tlio lufoiiimtloii Ihuro Is to brf had.
Ill ewer & Co. on tho llrst of the uar
t Imply fakes tho pl.ico of Irnlu & Co,
In connection with nil Its aKcucles,
"Yes, wo take mur tliu Oceanic
iteamslilp iiKency and as far as I
know tboio will bo no duiiKe or con
solidation of steamship companies us
a result of our IicIiik Interested In tliu
Mntsou Navigation Company,
"The Oteanlu people nu talklus of
puttlUK the Sleir.i on this iiiute whllo
the Alameda Is laid up fur a Kcucinl
overhauling. The m.iuuK"meiit in San
Piauclsco aro looklni; Into the matter
of piittliiK tho I:iikci steamship In
shape fur the local nlu." 3
..-,., . v) I J-J -
IMEN OF FINANCE I
They Return Home
Many people prominent In llmuulal
and social circles returned to Hawaii
liel by the good ship Siberia, one of
the most popular vessels In the I'n
rifle Mall licet.
It looked like Alameda day at Occ-
nnlc wharf as the bin liner slowly
steamed up to n berth about 9 o'clock
tlil inornliiK. The Siberia mine down
from Sail Francisco In a little less
than six das. She has four hundred
tons of cargo for Honolulu and the
fieiKht destined for Japan ports and
llonRkom; will luirdl) total three
The Slheiln's cabins were pretty
well taken up with the fifty or more
passengers who leave the ship nt Ho-,
lulu. The trip duun from San Fran-
, tux,, unu tllllifitlf l,.,l.t..,if Tin. u .,(,!
ther was fair and as the Siberia Is u
steady craft, tlio lurire through list of
travelers all report hn Iiik had a line
The lessel Is IrAiisportlnK nearly
flic lnuidred Aslatfis to their native
land. Several Hindoos we Included I
In the pldurcsipin but' niotly throiiK
tluft swnrmed t!v' fomsril mid after
decks of the vessel. ,
Of the prominent. 'through piuMcii
Kcrs lotion. W A. Ittiblee, who Is the
newly appointed United States Consul
for lloiiKkonc Ho kocs to tliu Jlrtt
Isll colony to take up the olllclal ihi
ties mused by tlio tiansfcr of A.,1
Wilder to ShniiKhal.
Mr. Itublce Is accompanied by Mrs.
Itllblie mid (hlld.
II. A. Diildu'ln and Mrs. Daldwln are
returning from a visit t othe main
lrnd. .Mr. Ilahlnlii Is the maniiKer of
the Maul Agricultural Company and
he has been attendliiK to Important
business while away.
U II. N, llorelko, tho storekeeper of
Kllauen plantation, comes back after
n vacation spent In tliu Pulled States.
"The Hawaii hulldlliK was a popular
rendezvous with a larfie perientntto of
the Mist throiiK that visited tliu Alas-ku-Yiikon-1'uclllc
exhibition held nt Se
attle," was the comment of Commis
sioner A. P. Knudseii, who rcturmd
by the Siberia. Jr. Knuflsen was ac
companied by Mrs. Knudsen, and ho
has been away fur suveral months.
The Hawaii exhibit proved a Mecca
which attracted thousands uf visitors.
Much Interest has been awakened on
tho mainland and especially through
out thu Northwest concciiiliiK the
nilil-l'ncllli: Islands liy tho display
made at the big Pair.
Joe l-eal, chief of detectives, rumen
back to fuco his -accusers who hum
rhurged him with having become be
smirched with grafting. Leul had
hardly reached the Ccmiit befoio hu
received cables tolling of tho accusa
tions made against hi in. Ho prompt
ly camelled all his engagements for
(Continued on Page 7.)
If injured while travelinc on
boat or train, $2,000 it 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
WASHINOT0N, Nov. 15. The
Federal Supreme Court cave a de
cision todav that has a very direct
bearing on the system of justice by
lynchings that has been in vogue in
many parts of the country. !
me court upnoius me decision 01 1
a lower court under which a sheriff'
ni l"'" of Tennessee were sen-
lenccu to impnsunmeni ior permit-
tine a lynching.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 15. The
second trial of Patrick Calhoun for
bribery of City Supervisors has been
postponed until Dec. 6.
It is generally believed that the
prosecution of Calhoun will not be
pressed until the new city govern
ment officers take control, and it is
thought that the new officials will
not press the case against the presi
dent of the United Railway. The
result of the election will probably
be taken in a declaration that the
titv considers the craft prosecution
to have gone far enough.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 15. Su
car Beets, 88 analysis, 12s Cd.
Parity, 4.65 cents. Previous quota
tion, 12s 4 1-21.
ICOD TENERIFFE. Canary Is.
lands, Nov. 15. A severe earth
quake was felt throughout this is
WINDSOR, England, Nov. 15.
King Emmanuel of Portugal was to
dav the guest of Kiug Edward VII.
at Windsor Castle.
Younn Woman Ends Lite. Now
York; Oct 22. Miss I.eah Opiieiihcl-
liter, formerly of llutto, Mont., shot
herself through thu heat I at thu home
of her slstet, Mrs, fleorgo I,. Svv) minis,
latu today Death wus Instantaneous
Miss Oppeiilielmer was 30 yeats of
age and had suffered long with a
iliioulc affection of thu nerves.
Y. M. C. A. Building Opened. Ma
nila, Oct 20. The handbomii new
building of the Young Men's Christian
association, erected at an expense of
1123,000, was opened tonight. The
piluclpal address was made by former
Vice Preside ul Palrbauks,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183.
I- .. '"' . L.1UUII I II U
Calhoun Is nnnms
I' to Gain Miners
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15.
Supreme Court hnnded down n
cisicn todav holding that the
nlovirs' Liability Act it constitution.
al and applies within the Territories
of the United States.
CHERRY 111., Nov 15. Fresh
fire broke out in the mines here to -
day, and it was necessary to. again
seal the mouth of the mine and sus -
pend all rescue oocrntions. Thei" ourtv, ami he-oantrnfptaiea'
number of men within
the mine is
now place! nt 310.
.ASHINQTON. Nov. 15. Presi
dent Taft todny made public his
proclamation naming Nov, 25 as the
Thanksgiving Day to be observed
throughout the country,
RECOVER FROM BANKS.
NE WYORK. Nov. 15. It was
stated today that the Government
will take action to ucovcr from the
t mnj, i , ' , " .
of Philadelphia and Boston
!". ", lli.Bnr t,il"Cd fraudl! -
lently through those ports.
Taeoma Murderer Ccnvlcted. T.uo
ma, Oct. 21 --After being out only 20
minutes thu Jury til the case of Chns.
P Nuwconibe, confessed luurdeler of
Martin Kvalshaug, brought In a ver
dict of guilty In the first degree the
penalty for which Is hanging,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25ft
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
r-"ror Aaia" card, al Dullatln
Not al ways a ense c! patriotism, This
time it is n matter of economy
The All AMERICA hue of shoes made by
RICE & HUCIUNS me noted for. their hon
est worth and superb style,
We ha ve just received 24 new styles
which nre right up to 'the present moment l.t
style. W c invite inspection and comptrison,
for we k now thnt they will come thiough
with flying colors,
We wo uld like to sho v these to you
whether y ou buy or not,
$3.50 to $5.00
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
Forgoes nccuperatmu Trip oift tko '
Coast Will Force Aetffcser"
to Show Their Proof olplfk
I am lii'. Iiwv Id fair 111) gUt
ii 'I Ik-v i Large me wllh alort
of gi .fi. and now let iticiu p3ie '
in nn J wlib their uvlilenre." i
lo-. ii I.e.. I. CtUvf of l)clcVlvf.
,i le Hils ileelnruilun fiont. the
il"iks nf tin Siberia as Hie JCS8'
mhiuiccI thioiiBh the chatineT nnti
i ii. w alongside th Oicanlr ijjlart
'ihu morning utter n run dowrt-ffUm
Ui l.e.il warn to the 'coast oil tlio
i 'finer Alameda vvbleji silled from
loiiiolulii Oct VII, Ma want to tho
'oasi m ru npemtv Ivl hoalUi. as
, he h ui been scpniec) uurlot 4aniro $f-
isbst'iim from lils duties Tho aidant-
ihip lumpauv bad ntconlod J.wii ev
1 H'limn of re st and tvcreatlnn.
I.eal bad li.u.!l pinceedpit (Tail
tiillci from the Mni betnro n niMfl
I lug paper published a story chargln
I the Chief of Doted Ives vllh liavlln
ilieiome Involved tn crnfl of a natty
I nature The ilinigoh were reftemt
iid e.ieh' biiiieedlng morning, HUH
Isiieiltr Jarielt than wired Ixal coil
ireinlug tho serious allegslt'ins nisdr
1 bv Ii Im at i useis
I l.ntl lim left San Frauclsco .tor,
jiue llvnin lint Spilnpi. whtrO llvl
vv.m taking treatment for rlUUjH'"
is ii when he ieeelr.il tho flrrt'plDn'
-" r i cnii Honolulu Informing hliti.
in Hie n'llnus charges which . jM.it '
1 ' -ii in ide Hgaliul lillll.
Mi lei'iiiil a- chief of the llOtcC-
Mve Inn cm It upuu to nil." ileclntcfl
I Chief I.eal tills morning. I court
lull and complete Invcsigailim, OC
nurse l mvk Hint my vacn'tton
I was i ui short in this UDtorttiiiatr
imnnner, but when crl.i. of graft nlfm
lllin, afu. , ,,,,, fJ,m fc
""" ni..l being in no position itrfj-
rule them, it would Indicate, that' tho';
ihimor einennteil fiom Hin cauii?S)r'
I the eliem). A J
"I propose to follow thte matter
I lo the bit lei end." was tho cojiv .
lulling comment made by tho glilor
I of Detect lien as he made for iol(c
The nssessor is determined to get
in the tnxes, If vou have any due,
pav before the 15th, or ten per cent
will be added.