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VOL. XI. NO. 4473,
J 2 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY .OF HAWAII, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1909. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
OPIUM RING IS OPENED
1 :Jl ?
LORDS BEGIN GREAT
)) arrests tint vveio in ulo this
iiiui iiIiik uiul jcsteiduy tliu United
States olllclulu have nude n I (ginning
in what promises to result in Ihu un
covering of an organize 1 upiiru rhu
In which a rcoro or mora pciboub arc
Involved. An Investigation 'hut was
held thin morning In tliu u.ilco of Unit-
(1 StllteS AttOlllC) IltCCKOIlH ICBUltCll
In u temiiorary commitment being l
mod for John Klkllmna, who was tak
en Into custod) cstcrdn an I ulm Is
the man who et-cuped from the cus
toms officer Inst neck after ho hail
bioii fenced to dlBgorge three tins of
opium that hu had been tijlng to
smuggle ushoiu from tlio Mix r "Asia. '
The second man In custod) Is William
l.uther. In the eniploj of the Immlgra
tlon service as a watchman lend whom.
It Is charged, has been nlllllnto.l with
the work of the opium smugglers in
thi Ir urbanized elfort to bring the Il
licit ilrns Into tho Territory. A Ha
waiian named Klkl Is the third mini
who was arrested today and there Is
every prospect of additional arrests
being in tde before the day Is done.
Since the escape of Klklliuna t"rl-
OPEN HILO HOTEL
. ON NEW YEAR'S
That Is Now Planned by
Demoithenos I.curgus, tho Jovial
mamigei of tho Volcano House, Is in
town. The purpose ot this visit Is
'o burr) up the fuiultuie for the
llllo Hotel In order to open that
popular and to ho lniignlliicntly ap
pointed hotel on the first of the now
Demosthenes Is happy about -it,
:tid the chances are that if he doc
not get all tho turuiuue ho wants Ir.
time ho will make the old look like
now and nnke the host ot It,
but will open up anway.
The luKo of burning lira at KilaiiP'i
Is still steaming up, or rather burn
ing up in great shape. The pot 1
bolting contlmuill, ami to say that
It Is tho sight of a life time Ib to
ropoat what has been said to many
times with absolute truth.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
",.,!!.. t-'riitnnul Itnom Phnn Ittfl
"Just exactly what I
had been wishing some
one would send me."
Boesn't it seem good to receive an
acknowledgment like that?
You are bound to receive a similar
one if you place with us an order for
pineapple. BECAUSE Hawaiian
pineapple is fast becoming recognized
as the STANDARD OF THE WORLD
and is now much sought after in the
We ship the BEST, whether
CANNED or FRESH.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone IS,
mi). United States Attorney Ilrcckons,'
.Marshal lloiulij and Collictor Stack
nblit have hc-cn working carefully and
determinedly to uncover the opera
tlons of the RaiiR of smugglers that
were then thought to exist and tho do
oloimiitH of today provo that their
thcorv was coriect. Klkllmna and
l.ulhur were subjected to a searching
examination In the office of the United
States uttorne) this morning. On tlio ,
conciusiuii oi mo proceedings ii reck
ons declared that the results had been
"Tho Imllcatlons aro," he said, ' that
the men who are Involved In tho smug
gling operations will seo fit to throw
considerable enlightenment on their
work. Wo havu worked along the
Hues that tho Hawaiian who made his
escape after being caught smuggling
from the Asia was the representative
ot honii.Mino who Was the directing
hand In the work and this theory had
The bcllif that an opium ring was
making the Territory the sccno of its
uperutlons has been tho private opin
ion of lhe United States officials for
BIG BUSINESS IN
Over One Thousand Mc-
Bride Sold Today and
Mcllr.vdc continues to bo tho stock
In which tliu biggest part of the t lad
ing is being done.
Over one thousand shales changed
hands on tho Stock Kxchungu this
morning at C.12V6, which means six
dollars to the seller and of course the
closing quotation was six dollars bid.
Thcro are plenty of takers ut the
figure quoted, however, so the men
who got In for a quick ilso are appar
ently satisfied and the men who have
confidence In the property have noth
ing f i oni which they need fear.
Walalua is strong and sold Satur
day afternoon and on tho Exchange to
day at 122. Tlio peoplo on tho street
aro talking of n one per Cent regular
after tho first ot the )car, but tho
ngentH Indicate that they will wait
boforo the first of tho jear beforo do
elding on any change of policy.
Hawaiian Commercial is readily tak
en up at 35.21 when offered and Oaliu
bold today at 32 75. Ohm Is "looking
up," ovci a thousand shuros helling
Saturday af lei noon at fi 12V4, and hold
ing to that figuro today.
Astor Has Not
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. Although
it was reported last night that the
vacht of John Jacob Astor had been
located, the members of his family
and those engaged in the search for
the missing vacht are still without
information as to its safety,
occasionally a schoolgirl is so
romantic that bIio imagines nil poetry
should bo pi luted In Italics.
Wunted A )oung white girl, living
at lioine, to cletk In store. Ad
diess X., Ilullutlti omco. i 173-3t
some tlmo and several efforts have
hot ii made to uncover the campaign
that has, presumably, been successful'
lj waged until the arrests ut jcstoi-
ila and today.
It Is the opinion of the officials that
the drug has been smuggled In consid
erable quantities by stevedores work
ing on the vessels coming from the
Orient, receiving assistance from mem
bers of tho crews with whom the profit
of the traffic was divided. The state
meat jhat Luther, an emploje ot the
Immigration Department, is Involved
provides a connecting link In the plan
ot operations that puzzled tho United
States officials for somo time.
Tho Investigation was resumed In
United States District Attorney flreck
oiib' offlco this afternoon, over a score
of subpoenas having been Issued for
those believed to have some knowl
edge ot the clrcuiiiBtiinccs Biirroundlng
the oerntlons of the smugglers' band
These people will he given an oppor
tunity to tell all they know and the
case will be narrowed down to tho
principals who have so far managed
to ovado tho clutches of tho law.
Many Are Legatees in
A petition was filed this morning for
tho probate of the will of the! late
l.oulsu Ilruwnscombu Drlckwood, who
wjis a teacher in the local schools lor
Tlio petitioner, Wnltcr M. Girfard,
gives the property ot tho estato na
consisting of a house and lot on Ileiilu
rtreet, five kuleanas at Kuwlll and a
kuleann and Jiouse lot at Kapalama,
valued In the aggregate at SI 0,000. Tho
personal proierty, consisting of stock
and household effects Is valued ut
The sole heir at law and next of
kin Is Miss Brlckvvoods mother, Ixnilsn
C. urlckwooil. The legatees ami de
visees named in the will aro the moth
er; Arthur C, Urlckwooil, of Honokaa
Hawaii, a brother; Sarah I.. l.man
Harold I). Glffurd, nophew; Jcnnlo D.
K. Wllaer, a niece; Emma Iluclianan
a sister; Plnao O, Watson, a niece;
I.ydla A. Cummins, niece, and Mattlc
I fJIffnrd. Walter M. Olffard and
Henry Holmes aro oxecutors.
Judge De Holt has sot Monday, De
cember 27, as tho dato for tho hearing
ou the petition.
SALINAS, Cal, Nov. 22. A se
vere shock of earthquake was felt
here today. The population was
considerably frightened, but no seri
ous damage was done.
8HRINER PARADE PICTURES.
Mr. Donlne will show at his theater
Tuesday evening tho pictures ho took
during tho parade Bhowlng tho Shrill
er s and tho Arab Patrol iu motion. Mr.
Donlne says that tho pictures aro very
good and clear.
IjWI and' see Mike PattuVat Mflo(Ji$tCrirOrUgiC(Ji
FIRST NATIONAL TO
HAVE NEW HOME
St Purchase of the I'eacock prop- tt
tt ert on Illshop street by the First tt
tt National Hank means the speedy tt
tt construction of a new home for tt
tt the First National and Its sav- tt
tt Ings department. tt
tt It Is the Intention of'tho bank tt
tt peoplo to erect a building of tt
tt their own, their present premises tt
tt being occupied under lease. The tt
tt location Is oposlte tho new Fed- tt
tt era) building and the structure to tt
tt be put up will have all the attrac
ts tive apMntments of the modern
tt and progressive banking Instltu
Officers Assertion Is
i . ..
It would appear thai Judge Andrade,
Dlstrll t MaalMrate. is confronted. w'"i
r situation where a. police uLcc'" 5
either) labored o'?lr u (.Hiiotu ricai1"'
mistaken Ideiiti u'or has ujuri-if elni
Kdward Murk is n.joung man who
reluctantly confessed to 1'iosecutlng
Attornc) Drown that he waa a mem
ber of the racltlc Cor.:aurtlaI Adver
tlser fanilb. Ho was uii.cng four
youths who weie gathered In by Po
lice officers on Suuda) r.K imng at a
time and place where gi.iulllug Is a!
leged to have been compute-:.
Mark denied tho cli-iiuo of having
Indulged In tho festive g iro . f chance
The spoils submitted by ll'o prosccu
tlon consisted of hut flflFOii cl.ls.
It was during the testimony thit
Prosecuting Attorney Drown endeav
ored to show upon tho authority of Ot
deer Aputiu that Mark hud on a lire
villus occasion been brought to tho Po
lice Station and warned against partic
ipating in gambling In any of Its
This was vehemently denied by
Mark, who declared that ho hid never
been beforo the Sheriff or any of lih
deputies. Special Officer Apiiu then
took the stand ;i:m declare I under
oath that ho had brought Mdik to the
police station somo two months ago
and at that time the oung nun had
been cautioned agairst being found'
where games of chance were ,-layed.
Mark becamo much exciteit at what
he Insisted was an absolutely (also as
sertion coming from Apana Attorney
Chllllugworth, who profesi-o I to know
something about tho case at hand, at
tempted to offer gratuitous-information
to tho court to tho effect that Apana
had niado a vory serious lr.sstako in
his man and that It was entirely a dif
ferent person who had btcn warnod
at tho Sheriffs office.
Prosecutor Drown objected to what
ho termed "Butting in and uncalled.
for Interference coming from spectat
ors at court." Chllllngworth smiling-
Ijr subsided and the quctkm of ver
acity having thus beon pi eminently
raised, Judgo Andrado has taken tho
case under advisement and will londer
a decision tomorrow.
The four youths aro alleged to havo
been members of a notorious Vineyard
Btrect gang, which has caused much
troublo to tho residents tlieio as well
as tho poltco, , .
One of tho alleged giur&ters was
under ago and ho will receive atten
tlon at the.Juvcnllo Couit.
3 1-2x3 1-2
30c and 60c
All Films List Price
MR. ALEXANDER IS
TO VISIT M'BRYDE
tt Mr, Wallace Alexander, of the St
tt firm of Alexander & Daldwln. tt
tt leaves Hnn" Francisco for this St
tt city tomorrow, arriving here b St
tt the Manchuria next week. SS
tt Mr. Alexander comes here to
tt go over the McDrjde plantation tt
tt and with tho local members of tt
St the firm take up in careful do- tt
tt tall tho project of taking the St
tt agency of tho Kauai property ad- St
tt Joining Makawell. tt
Xmas cards, calendars and souvenirs
at Hill's curlor stores, ror. Alakea and
Merchant 8ts. and Postofflco lane.
KEEPS ON GROWING
New Store To Be Added
To King Street
Sllvn's Toggery, the habberdash-
cry establishment that has won such
a slgnul sucress, Is to enbuge Its
borders hooii after the first of tho
jear to accommodate its growing
The store lately occupied by tho
Nott hardware firm has been taken
over by Sllva's establishment and tho
two stores will be thrown Into one,
making one of the finest homes In
this line In the city. The front will
be remodoled and attractive fittings
will put a finishing toueji.
In keeping with the larger store
will be n new stock of up-to-duto
jtoods. This Mr. Bllvn has now par
tially on tho wn, and tho first of
February he will go cast to make se
lections for what ho promises will
be the finest store this side of San
Mr. Sllva la one of th joung men
of the city who bus made good h
making his store up to date.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. The
United States cruiser Vicksburg,
vhich was ordered to Central Ameri
can waters in connection with the
two Americans wlin wr bnf tin
President Zelaya's orders, has ar
rived at uorinto.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
X0ND0N, Nov. 22. lord Baron
George Dereater died this morning.
Boston Building j
Nothing Belter In the City
Real Estate Department
923 Fort Street
BOMB INT A
BRESLAU. Prussia. Nov. 22.
What was intended to be a bomb for
the destruction of Baron Rothschild
failed of its mission today. A letter
that was sent to Albert Rothschild
exploded while in the pocket of the
mail carrier. The man was terribly l
mangled. This indicates that the,
anarchists have adopted a new form
of sending messages of death.
LONDON. Nov. 22. The debate o!
the buget was begun in the Hoase of
Lords today. The action of the up
per house is awaited with the keen--est
interest and the progress of their
discussion is followed in every de
tail throughout the country.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CHERRY. 111.. Nov 22 Mnt.
withstanding that, a second fire has
broken out in the ill-fated mine and
all vents closed, another rescue- was
made this morning. Indications are
that many of the imprisoned miners
are still alive, hut their r1ni
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. The Cn.
ban steamer Maria Hen-era is believ
ed to be lost.
For an over Indulgence In pro
fcnlty Jacqucz Sllva was placed un
der arrest by tho police this aftei
noon. Sllva will be given an oppor
tunity of explaining his connection
with the neighborhood disturbance
ut police court tomorrow morning.
If not you had better hur.
ry before your size is gone.
This is our new tan 0RBY
Oxford selling for $4 00, and
they have the snap and style
in them that makes them a
favorite with young men.
HEADY FOR FAdS
WARPTMOTrtM Writ- OO Th
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Government is keeping a. very close (
vatch en the Nicfiraguan situation,;
btid is ready to take prompt and vig-,
It has b:cn decided, however, tdJJi'
await the most complete inforrnatioaj'
btfore mnkinc any drastic mover
acainst the Nicnraguau government,
to force reparation
MISSOURI ORDERED OUT
NEWPORT R. I. Nov. 2$ TheA
.battleship Missouri received rush or-';
tiers today to nroceed immediately to i
I New York. It is piesumed that the B
ship will be sent to the Carnbeau. f
SENT TO CARRIBEAN
PORTSMOUTH, N H Nov. 22. i
The warships Paducah nnd Dubuque )
lave been ordered to the Ca-ribcan
'a for duty.
TENERIFTE, Canary Islands,
Nov. 22. A new crater opened
nerc toaay aim the volcanic activity
increased. There are now five cra
ters inactive eruption and n state of
terror exists-among the inhabitants.
nllhouirh there lin vet l,nc. M In.. Tib
SUFFRAGETTE CALLS ON TAFT
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. Mrs.
snowdon. the recognized leader of
the suffragettes in England, calledi
at.the White House today to confer
w:tn rresment Taft.
(ARRESTED FOR PLAYING HORSES
Cnax.'al ft .. 1 1 - 1 .' .. n.l . .
VMrnvviTTT" ni ... XVi K
The first nrrcsts for betting at theJ'i
tarcK were made today. It was in de'"
incncc oi me new law agnmst bet.
ting and will probnbly serve as a
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25H
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
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