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From Ban FnnciMei
Clilyo Mnru Dec. b
For Bun Francisco i
Ten jo Mam Dec. 10
MAKUItA Dec. 10
Aorangl Hoc. It
Til mak ft frrensed for the man1;
who is slipping bnckward. It is just
ns easy to nave uniuunw Hii....j
nnd to ko ahead if you use B u 1 1 e l
Don't merely ask for a newspaper-ask for the Bulletin
1 1 n ruoucuy.
PRICE 5 CENTt,
VOL. XI. NO. 4484.
J2 PAGES HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1009. 12 PAGES.
' ' - ' ' - . .... .
CONGRESS CONVENES PEARL HARBOR
JAPANESE COMMISSION QUESTS OF ClTf
N. S. Sachs' Block
Was Sold Today
C. M, Conic, Mil Ibis morning bought Ihn N 8. Suhr. block
on Iho comer r llorelnnlii mid Fun atrei tn, Ilio ilcil being cummin
linlnl through tiio agenr) or K. 15 Blcere, ninnrger of the icrl estate,
department of tlio llciii) Wntcihoiiso Triint Company.
ll'o prloo pnlil Tor lln lilock Is 7fnno. ,
Thin Ik tho largest trniiKiictlon In biitlnosH piopcrty Unit linn
been put through llils lu.ison hii Id of crpocliil Interest aH Indl
ratine thp tondsnry or r ipllnl to seek Investment In iciil cstulo In
the limitless ranter of tho lt.
Tho Sachs li'oclt .i'h Imllt ilurlir; Ilio hii'l ling licom Unit followed
annexation ntiil Ih jio of tho viiIihI tntliU strurtiiriri of tho r!t. It
Is thric atorliM Ilio stroller ,art of Iho g.tiund tlo(r being occupied
liy Iho hplmilM ilry goods Hloro or N. 8 S icln & Co . tho second ami
thlrit flonm liy tho .Miijeittc Hold,
CiHuh'prlnn Iho pinrpocls of Honolulu's rntiiro tho prlco at
which tho lilock wis purchased In n orj fnwir.'hlo ono. It Ik under
stood that Mr. SjcIm rontoinphiloH rctliemoMt rrom iipIIvo liualnnw
excopt In connect hn with IiIh nMeitnbllkhed ilr) goods trade.
HAS PRAISE FOR
Shibusawa Marvels At
WELCOMED TO HAWAII
Mainland Corporation Is
Back of Enter
prise LAVA IS TO IE
THE MATERIAL USED
$ ' .
Delegation Visits Pineapple Fields
of Wahiawa and Are Guests of
Chamber of Commerce at
ss ss ss tt ss ss ss ss s: a ss ss ss n u tt m: st tt a u ss ss ss s: ss ss a tt ss ss st ss
"Tho proplo of tho 1'nltcd States
Representative of United Securities
Company of San Francisco Is
Here in Interest of New Industry.
Inter-Island Boats to Aid of the Celtic Chiefil
HE IS ALIVE-1"""" w oit
Surprised By Reading'
"That Ih a Rood picture of mo In Sun
ilny'K Adveitlser," Knhl 8. K. Mahoo
to a II M llo tin reporter HiIh mom
Inn. "The torniK of my ohltu ir iiru
also flattering, hut 1 am not ileail, an
I think oven the Aihcrllwr will ad
mit." Tho Advertiser Hiuiounreil Sunday
that "8. 1C, Mahoo, (lrxt anil Inst Homo
Hnler, paxt-cM on after Ioiir Bervlce."
TIiIm Klnti'iin nt Mr. Mahoo flatly ile
I'Ich ami llko Mark Twain Insists that
wlillo Ills published obituary' In Inter
tslltiR it In roertI.eless gross!) ex
"Thej hne appirrnth got nipinlxid
up with somoane elye," viilil Mr. Ma
I no thlx mornlni;. "I li.no hem feelins
quite well of lute anil lune no Inteu
lion of dlnir."
I"ew men hap the rihxI furl line of
leailliiR thilr ohltuars that dwells at
IciiRth on'dlalnlcrcsteil public Kcrvlru
ami alilo nl.itesniaU3lilp anil "tho fliMt
c ml lavt Homo Ruler" hiik th.it ho
IhnnkH tho AihcrtlKor for phic Iiik lilni
In the ci)nipun of that Kolect few pie
bliled over li Mark Tualn. ,
TI.A Irlt.i llntiili.irlfill.lillllt Mrlt t.iwiti nvnrlf.jl iiikiii llm lniu.nl tilth 1...u ...ntiillp.l nfT Mil POl t fOf tllOl
fell ahlp Cclllc Chief, one hunilreil the nnlli Ip.illon Hint at n iIhIiik i nxt foitj-plRhl hoiir.rciiiIcrlnpVltl
Itnnollllu will Mono liAln n lirlrk fur. iiml rurlt.iitm iluta frinii llnliiliilrr. Ililn llm (Villi, f'li !f nilulit lm ri illlllriill fin till'H ill HUltlll P3"ol0;ilj
Iiim PRtnlilluhnH wllliln Ihn fill llrultu n Ilnu I.....1 .....I r..al .... llm .......n.l r...... I.. v....l L..l..i.u .It r. .... t.. L.i . Is 1? '
, . , . ... -..-v - ...... ...v... --..-.... .... ... .... v'VllllllllJ. Ilio lllliu M..i n." ... ... i.i. ..i-i lllMll II. I l.l.rt.t p. iivr.iQ u.. in ... ni . y. 1 .u '
or America linui neon vcr khiii mi Mri w mcc la ncro aR ,hn rr.)rl. ,.,.,. rrfu ,,,..,. ,,,.,, i,,ti. 0 llf n,i sVtMU tn set aB
iim wlierotcr wo went. inc recep- Honlatlve of the United Securities Com- ihn n,,ir. i.. n,n u.ri nf ii,.. 1 1, fnin,. fi.inf u h.viiv l-l,.,i in... .,n ihn lull ltd, lili. thla inoriu
ion- Iiir wiih the tiiR Intreplil unit qumrr
er llriitlii'rit' lunnCli. the IluM iiiiki.i
A Hlt to the illstreMnul nhlp 'tlilal
nliro linth nn O.ihil ntiil nnlirhhf.Hnf the IPIltCr lllllll Willi ll 111 ITKm HlO lllll.ltl'll tll.lt till' IIIIRII U ttlirtll lit llllirillllR plllllll) IlllllClllPll acj
IkIaihIs. It ran rcadll) be Keeh what an entrance to the iIiiiiiiipi IculliiR luii-l iir.o.uuti. muni inoie power in.in iii.i-niipiiueuj
ImiMirlant induatr) may open up hero Into tho harlmr of Honolulu. Tho Col tie Ciller him boon pound- b the Utile Hto.unern w til lie redj
w 1th bright proapectn of tiueci hb. Ilcfnre noon tmlaj the romlilnrd Iiir iirtttj heavll) iilnco ea.l tlitn ijulrid In ielleo the llrtlili ensol
Tho company Ih to he capltallicil nt power from three of Hip lient Htenm- ii'iirnlnc The cimel nrrlnvl off f ii'n licr lirifeiit plllkM.
$100,1100. Tho Hltc hna alieady been .,-,. i., ii,n Hnrvlin nf llin Inlpr.lulniul llu. unri mi Rnn.l n himiIml. A Mniiiicer Ki iinodl of tho lulcr-ls-
NalRntlon Company had wnitln.il wind and a kIioiir khiII (Continued OH PflRC 4)
IIoum and ImmpiPtn were RrRcii. Pa; of San Franclco which Ik pro- , , ... ,,, ox,rmcly (lllll. ,, ,,,', r fcr,,l,er inn
nnd HirmiRli mutual rontnet with moling and financing the enterprise. . ... , ... , . . . . ' . ,, .. ....
he pp. e we have been grrally The brick will be manufactured from K1 r ",l l 1'" about slBned lo the Haw.ll,m I or Hire
IE rl ll n IlblP view- Ih. and. na thla I. found In nliuni,- three-erRhlH of a mllo Kwa from Compnti) II innsenatlv. I ..
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6. Wcd
was received here today through
the Smithsonian Institute that ex
President Roosevelt will not return
from his African tour until June.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
Supreme Court handed down a de
cision todav in which it refused the
appeal of Banker Morse from the
New York court to secure his re
lease. Morse will now be forced to
serve his prison sentence.
STUCK IN CANAL
Tho new dnnro hall will bo open to
morrow night on Kukul Htreet near
Niiuanu. The Knwiilhmi (llco Club
will furnish the music. Dances will
be held oery Tuctulay, Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday night.
185 editorial roonn 25fl bun
nn office. Thaia arc the telephone
nmhnr nf th Bullfittn offlc.
hPUPllttcd from nil posalble view
polntH. Another Rood thing wo h.ivo
liiirneil In the mutual underslanilliiR
between the people, of the United
States and Jnp.in."
Ilaron UllcliI Shibusawa, dean of
tho Jnpanean (Commcrcliil Coiuinls
tlouerH iwho arrived from tho main
land on the Chto Marti this morn
ing, made the ahno statement when
men this morning. lle had Just
been ''decorated, with carnation ana
mnlle In lels.
"Wo visited nbout Mttj-four pine
en In the Untied States," continued
the Ilaron. "In nil those p!ncen wo
were accorded the warmest feeling
"Tho railroad sjflteni of tho Unit
ed States In a wonder. The resourc
es nnd natural declnpmeuts are
certainly worth knowing. Ah for
me, I am satisfied that tho United
States Is, tho Rrentest center nf com
merce and finance,"
' Ono thing I must not forget In saj
h that fact tint although wo were con
tlnuiillj kept busy (siting points or
lliterist, and enjojlng the elahoiate
bnuqiietH prepired tor us, we hnc
kept up with the spied or the Annul
rim people We sin) cd late at night
ami wtre up ear!) in the morning. In
older tu be lead) lo iuiouipili the
ITOIIIIHIIIa .. ml..!.. .. I... .tl.l.l,. ... n... .I.I...V
n TT. ,""- .'"" I'. "I'll. ..in. iiimiu v.iiiiiiiih
" ine lilrttsnnt iluilng our sojourn nn the
Tho Uunin, nno of Iho foremost
financiers of tho Umpire nf Japan. Bain
Hint In futuro tho two countries or. tue
United States nf Amerlcu and Japan,
will understand each other more In
telllgentl. In this wnj , hu thinks. Hie
commerchil relationship hetwoen then
will bo tnnro prosperous.
Kalchlro New. trustco Toklo Cham
ber of Commerce, and president of the
Tnhu Itillwny Company, ono or tno
nlnlfnil mil nnrl Ihi ii.nnltli.nrv nriiMrf
from Dnjton. Ohio. Tho brlcka will "'
bo of standard size nnd exported to tho
mainland and the Far Ent. In these
dn of commercial enternrlse nnd tho
bulldlug of nubstBntliU'Mriwtifrc Ho--
nolulii must assuredly take the lead,
as right within her borders la the now
material for building unlimited.
That the bricks are of excellent
quality has been proved b United
States (lot eminent tests; tests of ex
perts in ceramUs, as well as that of
laboratories to which specimens hava
been sent. Tho plant will employ
some thirty or forty men nt tho start.
This number will be Increased when
regular shipments of the bricks nro
made nnd tljf plant gets Into thor
ough working order.
The composition of tho bricks Is n
secret, nnd both muchlncr nnd proc
ess of manufacture has been patented.
So faiorabl Inclined Is Mr. Illcc in
regards the establishment of this
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. The
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SUEZ. Dec. 6. The steamer St.
Patrick, laden with snnnlies for the leading railroad magnates In. Japan
latoil inai no nn Kreimy piunni-ii kj
bo in tho United States, whoro he
studied tho railroad system, In order
that ho nin apply them und modori'
he tho sjstem of fits company when
ho returns to Jnpan.
"Tho railroad systems In the Unit-
t.OO Thorn ih ed States nro probably tho most proh-
Wireless Informal Ion slnlea that Mm porous In tho world today," said Ncxu.
transport Thonins will arrive nt 7:30 ("What stirprihOB. mo most Ih tho Intor
this evening and will depart nt 9 a. m. Ul,t ,llat ,n emplo)co nro taklnR In
covernment forces at Manila.
aR-round today in the canal.
VnlUUIinilliiviib 1.1 lino ixij J J J
in. n... i,n ..,..ui.i..rU li ulll ii. I.I in supixmc vuun louay ucciucu 10 re-
the future prosperity of these Islands, view the contempt case under
One nf the engimirs will be down which Gompers and other labor
on tho next steamer to confer with leaders were sentenced to prison,
tho management and start tho croc-
Hon of the factory. Tho machinery,
estimated nt .100 tons, Is In chnrgo of
another engineer, and will nrrho
about the first week In January, Ileal-'
Izlng that brick Is ono of tho greatest
glftB of nature, tho building and con
struction of beautiful cities Is being
manifested' throughout tho world.
should provo ono of Honolulu s great
Mr. Rico is n man of International
!?p2"te:'"?i?.5l!!nJ.,.'0'3: lumber steamer Majestic" has been
in DOIHH AirilB mm lliu rl r.nv yi. . . , . - .,, . ,
behalf of his firm, llo la an old mln- " " " " "
Ing man Bnd haH had a great deal of were savcu.
oxDcrlenro In mining and ceramic on-
.. . ..,,..
glneerlng. llo ih well picnscu wun
tho Island and pcoplo, and wishes to
seo Honolulu at tho head of every
thing that will bo conduct! o to tho
welfaro of her Inhabitants.
MONTEREY, Cal.. Dec. 8. The
'Succial Bulletin Cable.)
WSSHINGTON. Dec. G. Esti
WASHINGTON. Dec. 0. Con-
ct?s convened todav with the usunlL
....... . . . I . - . -K
mates contained in uie reports ror ceremonies. Tue estimates present-:
transmission to Congress call for cd bv the departments for annroDri.1
army appropriations totallinu $117,- Jations include 52.045,000 for Pearl
uziJ.Div anu navy appropriaiions oi
$191,224,182, and for new battle,
ships a total of $12,884,224. The
estimates for the navy and for the
construction of battleships will be
Killed by Motor
Hawaiian Canned Pineapple just
now, so why not send a case to your
We deliver a case of 6 cans highest
p.rade Pineapple at ANY WELLS PLAIN TO YOU
FARGO Express Office in the United
Iho woll.ire of their companies. They
work most harmoniously with their
emploois, which goes to help mnko
Iho inllroad companies prolltahlo.
When I return to Japan I will muko
bomn changes In my company."
Tho rest of tho pnrty, who comprise,
most nf tho lending men In commeico
In Japan, expressed llieinsehcs as
(Continued on Pace 2)
BETHEL ST. LOT
FOR KAPAA LAND
Goes to China
WILL IS NOW-
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. Kini: St. Phone 15.
A land exchange, by which tho Tcr-
MAKE YOUR rltory w"' hecomo possessed of"
1 clout land to provide ror tho neu ,u
widening of lletbel street Is under con-
sldoratlon of Marston Campocll ui
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO EX-, i,d Commissioner. Heo Fat Is tho
Chinese from whom tho Territory will
acquire the land needed, u.nl In ex
change he will recelo u portion of
land that hna been undo- leac. to hll.l
In.the Kapaa district. Kauai.
AND ASSIST YOU
WASHINGTON. Dec. 8. Gen,
Kerr ft Co. ronort ory heavy Barrv assumed command of the Dc-
Christmas trade, oapeclally Saturday,. partment of the Pacific in place of
when they did not close their doors uen. wesion wiay.
until v:w in mo evening.
The goods nnd prices In nvory ilu
partment aro attracting tho attention
of overionu. cmicclallr as they aro get
ting tho coupons with their purchases, i
mis is uio iiiusi iiriu-iiui oiwiii in WAfiiriNYlTnN Tlee fl w T
Honolulu, It having so many depart- h?i; "Mi VJ
ments and sneu a complcto range of Calhoun today Kave notice of his
goods In each department. acceptance oi appuiiiinmiii ns iuu-
The Shoe Department Is showing a bassador to China in place of Crane,
lino of goodH nf the Intest sllos, tho retired.
prices ranging from izoo to isoo
uiilr. while ion can purchaso a suit
In the Furnishing Department costing,
from $6 00 to $60 00, which puts them
on a par with Now York prlcoa. I
In tho Notion Department more is
an thing from pins tn cologno tapo to
ueaneu oraiu, uuu iiih uni iiuiuuiuun
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 Fort St.
Campbell staled this r.ioinlng t l.-t
Heo Fat would not becmni) piUKChaiel
of all nf the land coeied 'i his le.i,c
fi'om the (InuM mucin but oul) n pin
Hon nf It that Is being und ns .t iiir
plantation Heo I'.it Is u ilttten.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
NICE, Dec. 0. Fernandez, the
aeroplanist, was killed today by the
explosion of the motor of his ma-
Harbor. 51,310.000 for sea coast ff.
uunciica mm u)c jrillliupincs. anOj
$1,000,000 for insular fortifications:
NEW YORK, Dec. 6. Heftaed
sugar was reduced ten cents a hua-
dred today. ,&
ASK FOR STATEHOOD N
(Special Bulletin Cable.")'
the first bills introduced at todajw
r, n . . m l .- i?C5S,on v;onirres. were bills Brant.
Bulletin Business Office Phono 258. inc statehood tn th Ti,.J? 2.JI
Hill 11 ll PflttAfial DnnM Vlrnntt Ififl A .. J T i 'jr
-'-" """ fc " """r imm nun new mcxiCO.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Dec. G.
The marines that started out on the
Nor Is anything lacking In their Do- transport Prairie for the Carribean
mestlc. Dress Ooodf, Millinery or Tall- v. ere transferred to the Dixie and
orlng Departments, A call will more sailed today,
than convince you that you cannot do
as well an) whom else. I TR,AL Qr 0ALH0UN
..... . "..., ....' WASHIIIGTON, Dec. 8. The
are dctnlued nt tho police sinllon r..r ec2nd trlal of Patrick Calhoun for
linestlgnllon Deputy Sherirf lloso N bribery was resumed today with the
looking into their rases. examination of talesmen,
Wnnts shoes that
can depend on.
This TRUMP Russia Button Bluchcr Oxford with
fancy perforations and fancy diamond tip, is a member of
the well-known "ALL AMERICA" family noted for their
Thirty new late models just in,
Open Saturday evenings,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
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