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Koicn . v .Dec. no
Aornngl Jan. S
Monnn Inn. i
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the tap of a tack hammer. Persist
ent advertising in the Bulletin
produces sledge-hammer profits.
VOL. XI. NO. 4491.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1009. 14 PAGES.
PRICE S CENTS.
FREAR RESIGNS 'RUMORED
A wol! defined rumor Is being circulated today that Uovernor
Wnlter F, Fienr has declareil Ills Intention of resigning iia.tho rlilof
executive of the Territory thl4lt foriiintlon being cimtalned In n
letter ijeclared to liao been received by Acting Governor Mot I
Snillh Ihja inoruliitr. Tlio rumor cculd not bo verified or recelvo
iiiitlinrltntlvu denial this morning .Mott Smith belli;; at Walalao.
Thy leport or the letter to Molt Smith carrion with It the InM
mutton that Clo.vernor Fronr -wou,l tl like to become, thohccoud l'Vdcral
Judge of Hie. Territory vice Woixltulr, noon to resign and Join tlio
foices of (he Pocahontas Coal Company of Nov; York.
Ooveu.or Frear and Attorney General Hemenwny aru now In
WASHINGTON. Dec. 7. Piesldent tinned. The normal basis of nmlty
Tuft today sent lilt annual message and Rood understanding are very Ken
to Coiifiicxs. The tariff, the ,Nlcuru- cinlly satisfactory." '
guan question, ' sugar frauds, mid Pici-ldciit Tatt cnys the Zelaya Oov
"white blau-ry" mo among llio 'ques- crnmeut of Nicaragua has kept Ceil
tlous dhsciused. Pcilmps the nlobt ttul America In constant tin moll. It
iniportmit questlcn piesented to thin Is unnecessary, he snys. "to rehearso
Administration ,1s that of economy In heio tlio sad tale of ujispcnkuble bar
expenditure and sulllclehcy of rove- ibrtrltlcs and oppression alleged to tune
line, says tho President, who discusses been committed by the Zelayan (lov
(he methods taken to meit the delU It. ciiiintit, Itecently two Amcrlcnus
The President detlaies It unwise to.wciu put to death by order of Prcsl-
nttnmpt further relslou of the tariff
until tlio facts are at hand upon which
such revision can properly be under
taken. Speaking generally, ho says the
country Is In a high stoto of
Ity.lle notes the Increase In tho cost
nt JK lug. but says tho tariff Is not tho
muse. In thoso products of-the fne
lory uiul farm thera has been no In
crease in the tariff and In many. In
stances n very considerable reduction,
the I'renldent declni'es.
in beginning the President fays:
"The lelatlons of the Villtcd Slates
with nil foreign governments have con-
OFF THE ASIA
Chinese Boatswains Arc
Held' On .
' ' Charges
Two Chlncro were taken off the
steamship 'Asia this morning and
me held by the United States 0(11
tlnl In unmeet Inn with the' opera
tions of tho opium smuggling ring
which was unearthed through tlio
activities of United States District
Attorney Jlreckons, United States
Marshal Hendry nnd Collector of
the Port Stackable,
When tho Asia docked tnls mom-
nig uimeu muies .Marsnai jienury
went on board and took Into custody
Wong Ling Chow, first boatswain,
and Leone Lee, second boatswain of
Tho men were taken to Ureckons'
nirice in tho Judiciary building, and
although denying that they have,
'Continued on Page 4)
STOCKS AND BONDS .
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 PORT ST.
dent Zola) a hlintclf. They were re
ported to have been regularly com
missioned olllccrs In the orKnnlzcd
foiccs of a. resolution, uud as such,
according to tlio modern enlightened
prosper-(practice of civilized "Uhtl61i'4. thdy
would pa entitled to Uo dealt wlthjisl
prisoners of,.wnr." - i iiwi i . I
lid ontlniij'R.: iTis.'.-.nnvenimcjir
procecueu with,, do'lbeifitoi.iclrcum
iprttluu tcJ'delermln'otlip exact truth
lit relation' to thearj reports and 'upon
the course In the' premises mot eon
Hlste.nl, with ltd dignity, 'Its duty ''to
American Interests, and Us mohii ob
(Continu,d"on Page' 3)
DUBLIN, Ireland, Dec. 14. Im
portant action bear ins; on the re-
cults of the British ueneral elections
was taken today by the managers of
the Irish Nationalists party.
The Nationalists declare that thoy
are satisfied with the promise of
Premier Asquijh that Ireland shall
pe given the privilege of home rule
in an matters oi a local character,
They have therefore decided to sud-
port the Liberal party in the gen
BRUSSELS, Belgium, Dec. 14.
The surgical operation performed on
King Leopold today was entirely
successful, and the royal patient is
reported to be imurovinir. . .
, ' fl
WASHINGTON. Dec. 14. W.
Cameron Forbes was today confirmed
oy me benate tu Governor,-General
of the Philippines, . ,
SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. 14. Su
gar. 8G degrees test, 4.17. Previous
quotation, 4.24. '
Beets 88 analysis, 12s 3-4d.
Parity. 4.55, Previous quotation,
12s 5 l-4d. . . '
185 editorial roomi 250 bust
nets office. Then are the telsprmr
lumbers of the Bulletin olflctu
I" ft TD A ft A
MANAGUA. Nicaragua. Dec. 14.
Open sympathy for the rebellion
against President Zelaya was mani.
feit in the streets of the capital city
today. 1 he streets were allied With .
peoplea who gave unrestrained sway J
ic uieir entnusiasm in a aemonstra-1
tion against the Zelayan govern-'
Crowds gathered and cheered for
Gen. Estrada and for the United
States, that now seems to be regard-
ed as his ally. 1
Is Now the
JAwBRIDGE. Mass.. Dec. 14.
Lathrop Withington of, Honolulu
m today elected captain of the
HarvarJ football tetta.Vift'
";r. ., fi n-jy" "- .
Liltrop NyiiluKtoii. in,ulllinoiilii
fin i'and played, iliotliu"ieei'iltl'fooi(ull
gamo lietweem Harvard and Yale.
Not Take Rama
V.'ASHINGTON. Dec. 14. The
report that" President Zelaya has
captured the forces commanded by
Rama has been discredited.
Gen. Vasqueo, who is command
ing the Zelaya army, is said to be
practically urrour.ded by the in
surgents. Take Three
BLUEFIELDS. Nicaragua, Dec.
14. The insurgent forces have
captured three towns in the inter
ior that have been strongholds of
the Zelaya forces.
(Special. Bulletin Cable.'
.PORT, LJM ON, Dec. 14. A mass
meeting has been held at this port
irotestingi against tho landing of
American troops on Nicaraguan
THH SAILING date from San
Kranclsco of the Malson Navigation
unci- n iiiiciiiiuia, mo crack now
ship which has iccontly loft tho
yards on the Atlantic, has been nxed
ior leu, a according to the latest
obtainable- advices, Tho vessel, It
i miiinu'ii, win urrord the means
wheicby a party of mainland Shrin
ks will visit Honolulu,
THE AMERICAN bark It. P. Hither'
was out twenty-tin eo days rroniSan
Finnclsco tocay. This vessel is
I ringing a shipment of gonelal mer-
ciianiiitii from tho Pacific Coast pent
iu uiq agency or.C. lliewer & Co.
I Troopship Waited For
Orders While on ,
Coast . I
'...,... -.... .
nu uiiv m uayii a
Vessel Carries Second Cavalry,
Which Will Be Stationed on
the Troubled Island of Min-
1 lie uiuieu smiles mm iriuiBpuii
Logan, now at Honolulu, en route to
the Plilllppln'er, had a mighty clm;j
call from being dispatched to Nicara
gua, wheio President Zelaya, 11 prison
er In his palace at Managua, the- cap
ital city. Is to be called to account fo
tits roninllcltv In the niemitlon of null'
nun and Urace, the two Americans.
it was not until Saturday, ucceiuocr
4, two days prior to the sailing of tho
troopship ltVvl!io headquarters, bo,nd
nun cuiisieu men 01 me twco-iu uuvsi
i,v, that .the niftier if nn't setiiling llio
Logan to the iii!nly Central Amorlcnn
lupulillc viis Ct.'liillel' di;(,;i'l.tliied .mil
tin tnirik)Hirt ui.lH'thcniOrtJnied't'i tako.
on ilier-tjrge 'shipment, oe.tuipi.llo!! and
pioccod according tn re,t:it .bChJul
r Sliinlluvlaillonolulii nmrnunm -
TJ10 fact , that Ilia Sirmy trim ipoiij
Crook and Iltifonl we.v uviillabL
IliubtSess had much tu fli-v;llii Urn d
plslon fnim tho Seoretsiy if V.ir in
the dlsiioslllon of Hie' l.nuan '
The trnuspnit 'Crook iH'dorlared, by
the ofl'.ceis on board, tho l.o.'nn -h one
of the largest csrels In the rpi'ii'-t
master fleet. This vessel li- inabitd
tn enny more than 01111 tliO'ia'i'l
triMips In nddlllnn tn sonii Hireo Dion
baud tons of general cur.io ind armt
nipplles. The Crook Is im larao as
nnv of tho soc.illed "Ulg I'n.ir" In Vm
nrmy transiort service. Mechunlcs
fairly swarmed the ami b-ut whll
the Uigan retrained at San Kranrlfcr
and thoy were hurrying Ic get Inn
ship In readluesi for her southern lour.
The. Dufoid is also refuted' lis in il.i-
condition for the work of h'anpjioi'tlr.'i
tioops and supplies to tin- kcuo of dli-
order. This vessel Is a'.i oould curry
over three thousand toiw of quarter
The, presence of tho cnol;y men at
thu San Kranclsco, triinaiorl (lock
caused a stir there which lji- 1111' b:oi
eqauled since the stirring ,Ayt nt ths
Spanish-American War wt.tn otfccrJ
and enlisted men were be,i (i:b.
patclied to the front wli.i fcveiNh
haste. Some tlxteen' thouso.id dollar 1
was distributed nmong tlu oflker. Hint
men of tlio troops of the Scciiiid Ca
airy before they embarked .111 tin. Log
an for tho Kar Kust. Tlu n'cu were
given a day ashoro at (lib California
poit and they enjoyed their Icavo tu
Judging frn''i 'it amoiii.t of Chi 1st-
mas stores cji'ImiI bv llio l.oyau.
Chrlstmni Day, 'J0 wl.l he nlTtu I lie
merry. Chief otowari'. Li'iuluaii ha
laid In n generous supply of tin keys
and all tho "ilnlus" mil In tho cold
storage he has fruits, anil ! Untie. gn-
are over three hundred thousand pesos
nre provided and the little folk on
lore, Suvcr.il largo Christmas trres
loard will hot liue occasion to foiget
whnt Is perhaps .their flrst Yuletldu
tpent on tho uild-PnclIlc.
Tlio Second Cavalry, which Is travel
ing to tho Philippines, was foimerly
t.tatloneil at Des Moines, lawn, Tlio
(Continnedon Page 4)
As n result of tho -large .display of
toyB nt Kerr's tho crowds calling thcie
every evening to hear tho music nud
see Santa Clans danco have been leav
ing the store with their arms loaded
Kerr's have coiUlnly made n hit
with thu people and their display (hi
year has outdone overy previous elTei l
they have made,
Call and get acquainted.
(Special Bulletin Cable.) '
BLUEFIELDS. Nicaragua, Dec. I
14. General Etrada, at the head
of, the revolutionary army, it plan.
nine to concentrate his entire forces
and make an advance on Managua,
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BLUEFIELDS, Nicaragua. Dec.
14. The American consul is mak
ing extensive arrangements for shore
Quarters for the 'United States ma
rines who are landing from the
cruisers at this point.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MANAGUA. Nicarairua. Dec. 14.
It is expected by the populace that
resident Zelava will hand in his
resignation today. '
FIRST COUNT IN
Over 2000 Papers Sold
, By Ten Boys in
Monday evening marked the close of
tho first week of the contest umong
the new a merchants of the U 11 1 1 1 1 11
who are striving to wine 0110 of the
six prizes olTered by the 11 11 1 1 u 1 1 11
to the six boys allowing thu largest
cule'durllg 11 bpeelduil time.
The prizes are two bicycles, two
suits of clothes and two pairs of shoes.
Iheso prizes will soon be displayed In
the store windows of the, merchants
from whom they were secured and no
doubt the exhibition of them will dou
ble tho present Interest In tho con
test, which is considerable, as shown
by thu first count, Orer'twu thousand
pnpors have been sold by the ten boys
having tho highest lecord of sales for
the flrst week.
The tyiys aro divided Into two dlvl
Mons. Thoso selling direct for tho
Mullet In Hie designated as "ofllce
Fellers," while, those who set hide
rendently are known ns "outside sell
eis." Tho leader among the ofllce
sellers Is Oeoige Illchnrds, who has a
total for tho week of ovac flvo hun
dred papers, Frank' Vincent leads
omong the outrldo sellers with n senro
of two hundred and eleven papers.
Tho I'jsult of tho flrst count follows;
Geo. Richard) B09
Dan Keallna 3'J9
J. Perrolrn 344
Jos. Curvalhii ...,, i..... 250
Till Chan ,v Hfi
OUTSIDR SIJLLEllS, 1
1 rank Vlncenl 21 1
.lames Hawaii ,,, us
Uavld Koawo 131
J. Ollvelrn ....,. 88
Akana , ej
IT IS FIl'TY-OSi: diys since the
lliltlbh lielghlcr Earl or Bgln sailed
tiom Ualtlmoio. with a full shipment
of coal destined for the local naval sta
tion nt Honolulu. The steamer Is duo
to (ir'rlvo hero within tho noxt week.
DEBAR CHARITY STAMPS
If 5011 liae been xcndl.ic Clirlr.tin.m inckns or letters to Croat
Ilrltaln, Orange Klver Colony, lthodesln of the South or the Trans
vaal, on which there were adlieslxe stamps In the liilcreMH of e'nr
lly the letters or pnekuges will never reach their destination, I'he
novernmeiils of those countries a III not receive iheni. (Jenuatiy hw
n modified form of ultimatum against the (hailty jitamp. n tegithi
tlnn providing that If the chrlt dnmp Is nllWed to the "face" of
the letter or package It shal; not be receivedIf attached to tho Inck
tho mall will be forwarded.
Tlie rulings of the Rovernn nts named apply to tlio Ited CrifH
stamps that have been sold locnll and whldi uiidoub'tedl li:ni'
been placed on Christmas tiril' t o England and Germ.iu
tt tt u u u tt u v tt :: tit: :: :: t: u t: :: :: :: j: :: ::
FROM FAR AZORES"
TO HAWAII HOMES
Wlllt a carrying capacity for at lejt I
. twenty-UM' bundled Minis the llillish
I steamship Swjuley fiouuMndelrj and
San Miguel, milvcd at llono'iilii liiln
morning, bringing a total of S'li'J Pol
tuguese who liuve left their homes In
tho Azores to lake up a new life him!
n.nke their future homes In IlnWill.
I When the liU iiteaiuer Sttilnic, d-cw
I up nlongslde the, Chinncl t.'IiaiL at Hi
o'clock this morning It was ipv'.- 'M
purent that there hud been nmi 'ili
calculation up-in tlmpiirt of the Tenl
torlal linni.'ci'itlon authorities In re
gard to tb number of Immfgrnntr. In
tended for tin; Islunds, Early lepqrts
i m 8'Cl.i' gcnt A, ,.M. Campliell
lun! led to' (ho heller, that n larger uiiin-j
her of Portir;;i"su wein clamoring for1
pasag6 to llo'iololii. This, turnover,
mut havv d'?d away prior to the sall-l
Ing of hu Snanley from the portH In
tho Azotes. At the conclusion or suv. .
trnl days' st-J at the two ports under I
11 high demurrage, (lie Ilrltlsh ship left ,
Madeira her last jKirt uf call. 1111 the.
afternoon of October 2(i, with less
than nine hum'red people, and the for-l
ty-nlne day voyage to Honolulu by the1
wiv of the Straits or Magellan w.iii
cctn nriieed. v
The Portuguese Immigrants who ar-
rheil at this port this morning are
typical of Hint race now repreyenied '
AND tOASTWISE LAW
it MARINE ENGINEERS BENE- U
FICIAL ASSOCIATION. !t
tt No. 100. 1!
it Geo. E. Ward, H. G. Wooten,
tt President Secretary, it
jit Whereas The unanlnious sen- i!
tt tlments or approval favoring the V
tt suspension or the Contlwlse Ship- tl
tt ping Laws in their application trc
.tt passenger traffic to and trom Ha- it
,t; wiill, emanating rrourccrtaln Men li
it cnntllo and Civic Associations of
.t; Honolulu aro entirely and.trnlv u
tt misleading Innsmuch as they do tt
("Continue! on Page 2)
Task of Selecting
A Suitable Present
is made by buying a SHOE ORDER 'for any amount wanted
or when the amount is net desired to be known we have a
way of arranging that.
Ask us about it and we will 'explain it io you.
1051 FORT STREET.
11 the citizen- hip 01 tho Territory e
to-Thlrilj Are Adults.
Out oi the S63 perrnn who ant nowh
i.ndergnlMK cUinilintloii'by iht' Kcder-W
r.l ImmlglatHin liureau, .ill niii mlultsr
Special. A'sont Uaintibell effected jifii
(luilor with 'the mMitiii or the SwnnH
ly, mill tho vtKiol w.-it, liurrled tn ilie
A-(rrs The s-amec arrUpil'rit Poulii .1
n ..mojiiir ue,.icr J.n,rfn.-nB Hymenal;
en ll-.u luiiiii'pjj of Ot tuber I?; h;ho
hwanley remained lh0rf)i',,ttto daj's1'!
Ikliii; mi ill Immigrants. Of thlAi
r.umbep 31 wore ;n!ultn, S3 imdiT 18
Mars, 2S Imdvr'iiine irarsn'ml 9 In1- I
The Swanicjf then .teaniu'd to .M,i'-,l
deila. inhln-j at tlial purl after a
calm IWHtngq on October 'it.
At Mmlclrn, Apent O.iiupbell sue
cecded in xilheiltiK together 7r3 peo
ple. Includlifg "men, women and chll- '
(!en. Of th-j total nimiher laKcii at 4
Madeira there nre 4'!0 adillla, 75 abovo ,
the age of n'na jears. 1S3 under nlno-l
ears 11ml fi3 Infants. J
At 1 SO of the nftcrnuon or October
I'll the PnnnUiy steamer fiom Ma lerla'
nnd iiolnted her prow In the dlre tlon
of the Straits or Magellan. The vihm;H
whs reported but onco during the for.
ty-nlne dey.i lint she was at s'i. Tlio '
n.'nntmnrrl en Pace G)
HOLDUP MAN AT
WOffl IN CITY
Chinese Robbed on Kukui
StreetRevolver is .
There was a hold hold-up last
night on Kukui street about eleveu
o'clock when a ChllieKo named I.11111
Sing win rushed by two )ouiik nn-tlvi-8.
who got n strunglo hold on him
nnd then went through him for his
(Continued on Page 4)
Shoe Co., Ltd.