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'From Sun Francisco:
Alameda Dec. 17
For San Francisco:
Korea Dec. 20
Aoriingi tun. 8
Moann ,. Jnn. 5
The results from advertising in
some advertising mediums arc like
the tap of a tack hammer. Persist
ent advertising in the Bulletin
produces sledge-hammer profits.
VOL. XI. NO. 4492.
1-1 FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1009. 1-1 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS
i V '
ON LAND MATTERS
U "I Etnml pat on I lip ur.-algn
It mint nf thn cnllru Hepubllrnn it
tS 13xccutle hi'ru, iih :t whole fin M
tt fulling far hlimt of their duly to tt
t: lliu people In- tliu tn.it Iff of tlio tt
tt linicl question anil It I am elcctod tt
tt iir.iIii tt) tho olHcu or Delegate 1 tt
tt ihall tako no tlllTurviit position.' tt
tt Delegate Kiihlo. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt n tt tt sum: tt
I'lllICO Klllllo, liulcgatu to CnllRlCSH.
bclluvcs that tho Tcrrllorliltiidnilnls
tr.itliin should act inoiu ami talk less
mi I hi' tpii'ullon or placing tliu puhlli.
lamia In tliu hnqda of tliu people.
Tim opinions of tliu I'riniu weio thlt
inornliiR put In tliu foi in lit a inirfiillj
prepared statement given I he Hull i'
1 1 ii for piihllrallon. Tliu Mulciiicut oi
Iho I'rlnic follows:
"lliu ueriiRo llepubllcun voter lu
Honolulu does not ii.illu tint a luvo
lilt Ion Ih going on lu tliu inlmlH'ot tin
Hawaiian people on IIiIh question i
the public lands, ami nut only lu tin.
nilwlr of tliu Hawaiian puoplu lint ulio
in thu nilnilH of Iho poorer classes in
VM'ry nationality .among m I had
In confront that sentiment Inst rloc
linn, ami though I won out It wns ni
ter u very i Isui-niiiT cam in Irii v whcieln
It wns hiought homo Jo me convinc
ing!) that something radical had to
lie done, not inlku I aliout, liy the lto-putIlt-.m
pjrty In Hawaii, or wo would
roinu to Kilt'T all alone tliu lluu at thu
"A year liaa p.iHKod by anil wo aiu
nlreaily conrroutlUK thu nuxt election,
HIS TWO WIVES
U. S. Marshal Hendry
Handles a Hard
United Stnjcs Mnrshul Hendry Una
earned the reputation of appl)iiiR
ronriiiuranm nruuioii m iiii"s
llie iiomloxliiR piobleniH of his or
llrp, but ho faced n situation this
inurnliiR that would luoo tried tho
wisdom of Bolomon.
A woman camo Into his offlco.nnil
nsked permlsHlon to bee Churlctt Kn
l.o.i, held at tho Oalui pcnltenllnrv
en a thai ro of blRani). Tho Mar
shal's hesitation hrotiRht forth n
Mntcmcnt that sho wns kiii;o.i s
wlfo. Tho pn mission was Bivon, "gethcr."
ami whllo sho wus waltliiR anothor Tln Marshal decided thcro wnB
woman entered tho oftlco nnd naked toiiBlilornlilo wisdom In Knko.i'sro
for u poinilt lo seo Charles Knkoa. quest and mailu tho necessary nr-
"Whu shall I suy wishes to soo
him?" asked tho Marshal.
"Ills wife," was the reply.
Tho Marshal was worried this
tlino, and when ho learned that thu
second Wsltor was also tho second
wlfo of tho bigamist lie decided
Kalioa uilBjht roasonably bo con
culled ns to which wlfo ho would
prefer to seo4 first.
An Inquiry to thnt offect nvor thn
telephone to tho Oalm penltenllnry
bioiiRht forth this stalemont fiom
tho accused tiinn;
"I don't caro which I seo first, us
Dec. 17th, the Xmas
Boat to Jhe Coast.
Island Fruit Co.
-jf. S. King St.,v PliQiie 15
ami In lookliiB oer inanimation t find
lli-it wu nro likely to conuneiico thu
coiiiIiib ciunpiilsti with nolhliiK yet
ilonu on thu land ipiellon: anil wlillu
I fuel qullu confident of thu Bood-wlll
of thu Hawaiian people ami of thu vol- matter; It is lliu onu Ismiu that Inter-
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-iit ui iiiiev, ji-i i in n"i vniu n iMii-i'iH ineni. ami i nay iikui iiviu nun
diet what will happen to luu or any j now Hint ir wo tlawdlo iilong and bUu
oilier Itepulillcju at Iho polla unk'HH'onu excuvu and another for fallliiK lo
we rcallio that talk and promises nro make Rood I for one don't caru In pre
nut roIur lo Ro at the nuxt election,
on thu hind (pieKtlnn.
'Wo have got to Ret the land out
iiiuoiiR theiu people; wu lmo to nuku
Rood all our pnuulKen; we lmc to net
iompty, uml If our heart U In It a
Ricit deal inoru cm liu ncronipllhlied
thiol hna lieeu accomplished, and I
feel that lliu people havu a Just Rrluv
aiu'u iikhIuki lliu admlulMtr.itlou of tho
"I had In eonfiont xmli Ikkiius na
Iho sale f l.atial; it waa a nalu I never
U'llcvcil In and wan not reMpotiKltilu'
lor lu any way. W It wan thrown up
lo mo at election (I , ami I hail to
meet It iih hont I could, toRether with
i riioI ileal of olhur.woik of that Kamo
I kind, that w.ih laid at the doors of lliu
I iiopniiiicnn-i:xccniivo oi inu itiri -
"It Is liecwso I real 1 7.0 tho situation
Unit I was intensely Irritated to bo
coufionted by the peoplo lu Kan and
aloiiR thu route with IheBo constant
complaints that tho Republican pnrty
Is full of promise and short on thu ac
lua! doliiR of thliiRs, and In my Iriltu
Hon 1 perhaps spoko loo sharply In' lliu Republican 1'arly Ih roIiir lo do
lefciencu lo (ItiNcruor Krear, but I donn)thlnR lu rcRunl'to iho land qtius
not I like luck onu word on tho propo-l Hon, It had bettor do It."
MAY BE SOLVED
Agreement In ' Sight
Thcio Ih yet hopo Hint the Mn'.uil
Telephone Company and tho Uirard uf
uily and county Hiipervlsors nriy ir.
rlvu at miiiiu amlcaldo uuilersiaudSn:;
cnncernlnR the muchly.nioi.icil nsrer-
. ment which has been pursuing a rilh
cr erratic course between tho opposing
It is now possible Hint tho liuw con
tract with its several minor amend
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0hr jih thoy don't blow
niiRcmenls for tho
STOCKS AND BONDS
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT ST.
. ultloii that lliu rtcpulillcan l'ar.y lian
laud H mill falllue hort of Hh iiIiIIki-
IiIoiih to tho pcnplu, uml enieelally In
I thu vital matter of thu land iue.stlnii.
Thu people aru thlnklim aliout thin
diet how this election will rii, even ni
far us m' own ofneo Is com erned.
"I do not care to namu paitlcul.il- In
HtunccK, hut I feel IIiIh, that If thu :u.
inliililrallun, of tliu laud Iiiwh wan In
.lliu hands of llioso who porHiiii-illy fee
uio neen oi lanu ami uio nuo tipuien
of honies lliiouRhoui lliu rouuli) tin
affairs of tho I-and Olllco would nun
ery iniiili quicker than they do now
"People nay If you want anyihliiR
dime, do It ourcolf, and It may come
down to this, that men will finally be
put In power In close and direct touch
with the poor people In the country
who wsnt their linds; mi whllu I wish
It unileiHlood Hint 1 did not Intend
and tlo not now Intend v ihtkoiihI
Injustice aRalimt (lojurpor. I'rear. I
: stand pat on
pat on the arraignment of the
entire Republican Executive here, as a
whole, for- fallltiR short of their duly
to Ihu lliu eople In I lie mill lor of the
lahd question, and If I am- elected
again to tho oirtco of llelegato ll fliall
take no different position.
"Mcanulille. between now uml elec
tion time, a lllllo less than n )ear, If
ON THE KOREA
Retiring Judge Will
Depart For Coast
Second Federal JiiiIro Woodruff
will leave tho Territory on Mondav
next, havliiR booked as n pnsseiiRcr
on tho Purine Mall liner Korea. It
Is the intention 6f tho lotlrinR Fed
oral JuiIru to ro Hist to Wushliigton
nd presumnbly explain In r person
'll.n .nu...... t1...l n.tii.ln.1 1.1.. .l.wila-
iiiv ivaauiia ,iii,v iivmnivii ma iivvii-
lon to icslgn as the second Federal
JudBo of Ilawnll and lenvu Iho Tor-
rltory to accept u position with thu
leccntly orRanlzed Poctihontuu Coal
Company of Now York.
It was expected by the attaches of
the United Slates Court thut Wood
ruff would remain longer than his
niiiiounccil dale of departure Indl
eatcs. Ho has been working hard
lo clear up hlg portion of the calen
dar before leaving, but It Is holicvc'l
that thore will be an' accumulation
of work for his successor. '
That A. 0. M. Robertson is to ho
thu now Federal Judge- Is practical
ly conceded 'anion? tho members of
the local bar, and United Slates Dis
trict Attorney llrcckona stated this
morning thnt ho expected that llob
ertBon would bo named as tho man
for tho tiluce.
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Wood Is Chief
WASHINGTON. Deo. 15. Major-
General Leonard Wood will succeed
General Bell 'as chief of stall of the
An Informal dancu will lie rImmi at
the Seaside hotel tonight for tho quests,
of tho hotel (tml IlKdr- (own friends.
Music by Kanl'a orchestra. .
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Oct. 15.
During the night this city has teen
the scene of wildest disorder and
crime occasioned by demonstrations
earlier in the day vhen officials
hieh in government authority de
nounced Zelaya's policy and spoke
n terms favoring the insurgents.
Free fighting end drunken lawless
ness held sway until daylight. The
citv is in open revolt.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua. Dec. 15.
A free fight was indulged in dur
ing a session of the (title mien of this
citv today. One of those present in
dulged in a seaming dcnunciation
of the irovernment. This was nuick-
IT taken up bv a man favoring the
rebels and pandemonium reigned.
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PHILADELPHIA. Dee. 15 The
naval transnort Prairie, carrvinc
seven hundicd marines, rapid firing
gucs and five hundred thousand
lounds of ammunition, has been or
dered to sail immediately for Colon.
PEKING, Dec. 15. The Chinese
government today announced its re
fusal to submit to arbitration the
boundary 'dispute with Portugal in
me macao aisinci. inis 11 a aim-
cdlv of long standing and so far
the goveriiment cannot consider in
tervention by other nations.
DEAL AGAIN TALKED
California Control Likely
With Beginning Of
i. . -ir ,i m. ti.n
It inou wore rlfo today tlint tiio
denl fo, the eonlrol of 'tho Consoll-
dated Pineapple Conipan? is so fur
coniplcled that plans have been
made for Iho chanRo of atuncy on.
the first of January. i
Although , It was Impossible In
enln ubboluto tonflrmatlon of tho
icport, the prospect appears good
Tor a sutiossful termination of the
mission on which Mr. Ilontloy' of
San Kranrlsco.iccently visited tho
Iklands. it Is understood that the
i.dvanccH of money for tho planta-
Hon will (onio fiom Callfonila, thus
putting all thn pilnclpal plneapplo
pinpertles lu Iho inntiol of i'allfor-
nla r nit Inleiests.
mat- BULLETIN ADS PAY "
WILDER CABLES .
U Axroclatu Juillco Arthur Wild- U
tt or of thu TLrtltuilal Hupreino tt
tt Couit this inornliiR cabled Ills res- tt
tt iRiiatlon to l'ri'Mdi'iit Tail with tt
tt tho request that it take linmcdl- tt
tt nte effect. tt
tt The announcement of Justice tt
I tt Wilder' Intention to rcilun wnt tt
tt made lii the II ill lu tin soiuu-tt
tt lime ami hut his cnhlu this morn- tt
tt Iiir uxpresiliiR his deslru Hint his tt
tt lerlRtiatlon take effect at ome tt
tt will burecehed with considerable tt
tt surprlHo by local members of thu tt
j, lhr N.
Tho liar Association has en- tt
tt Horsed Circuit d..,R0 Ita ltall for tt
U .,, vacancy that w, i.eur on tt
it tho Hiipri'iiio numli and Ihu en- tt
mi . ,,....
tt dorsenient lias been cabled lo tt
tt Governor Krear at WnshliiRlon by tt
tt Acting Cowrnnr Molt Hmllti. tt
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T0V,S.0nai D00V . liaS
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An Aversion To
The provisional cntuiulHcu iif thu
Itepiihllcau party, conipoi.eil if Cl'ir
enco ('rnbbo, Ixiriin Andrew h. Acllni;
Attorney Oenernl of Urn Terrllory,
Un)i ConkllnR Trenmirer of tho Tcr
iltory, Kit Crawfnrl and II. H. Knlau-
I pit lii-lil a nieetliiR thin noon at thn
llepubllcin headquarterK In the Judd
1 ".' "'. . . ,.
I In oxpl.i!nlnRUieineeU,iRoflhepro -
Uslom, coinniliteo a member mated
od.iy that the .deliberations were pure-
ly of i rnriiial naliiro and that lln oh-
ijeet of dlsciiKilon wan thn strengthen-
Iiir of tho Kupubllcun party.
TIo "i"110 member of tint ronunlttc
F,u,,;'' hat 'l wns r" ' harmony.
wllh tho Kepuhllcm members of tho
Hoard of Supervisors and that thu 8np
erlirs wero called In cimsullatlnn.
Tliu majority of tho comnillleo do nitt
f.nor tho UirowltiK of publicity on tho
proceedliiRH of Iho provisional body
toward Iho coniniemlablu object of "io
orRnnlintlon." ANOTHER LIBEL
ON CELTIC CHIEF
u:il- Cl..xA r-
MlllCr OalVagC lOITipany
Files Claim of
Augtlier libel aRiilnst tho IlrllMi
I hip CelUc Chief was filed In thu Unit
ed Stnles District Court this inornliiR,
the llhullants being tho Miller ilalv
agu Company. Thu libel carries with
i II a claim for $20,000 for work done n
coniiectlou with thu biivIur of tho rhip
and Uio salvage of Its cargo. Ma',roi!
& Weuer aro thu attorneys for the
Miller Salvage Company.
I Thu first formal proceedings In cgujJ
" lirtillin .ftlltl llu lkFln k kaa.kfek. I Ik 1 1 i
iiA-bMiJii nun ihu iiAiuts in cojiiFiniUM' '
ly for tlle BroumllnK tit tho ship will
... ... . . ,
to h,v''"0 a ,,1r,,ll,1h lc;,,",larl (:"''';
,leA r . '
" , U'l'oulblllty as far as Im
M,'J,",' B ""vornmenl Is concerned.
, T ' a,m,"t T the ctaliu presented
b' tl,u 'M,,t',0,, fvlSntlo.i Con.pan).
",10 ropresent Iho tue Intrepid, will
,"lul "5,000. This vessel was oni
"f the first to tako a lluu from thn
illBlrehsed British, ship Celtic Chief.
'rI Intrepid lemalned with tho
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'CoIoiihI" Knox has boen booked at
"lo pollco station on a charge of using
lniiRiuiRo unbecoming a gentleman
and, an ofllcer; the expressions wero
i used In coniiectlou wllh n t'mlo ltlcnn
damsel, , .
ctncr uKar importers than the Su-
" iruii nave Dccn invuivea n inc
SW"""i irauas perpeiraiea on inc
government was made manifest to-,
av. ,hen th.e ..fl of Arbuckle
W ffSffif on" h
i-,-.-. ,- -
Imnorts of that company. i
, ,M , J
. Kills Many
(Facial Bulletin Cabled
I CHARLOTTE, N. C, Dec. 15. In
the ditching of a train near tin citv
1... ... . - .. .ii
!. "J.,.7i'r." ' ,r!v"hV """ "" 'tJ
.",", "'"yn"vf "11 "
.ij. ''m u.u 011a aju,
Who were nass-nireri on the vrri-eVrA
train, escaitJ uninjured.- r
(Special Bulletin Cable)
saw blajs, Mexico, Deo. 15.
,Thc ,teamship Homer, belonging to
tho Pacific Coast Steamship Com.
anv, has gone ashcre near this
njR.Ct u0 ijve were i0,t
On Death Bed
BRUSSELS. Belgium.- Dec. 15.
King Leopold, who passed through
the surgical operation of yesterday
with remarkabh vigor, suffered a
relapse today, and the physicians
hold out no hope for his recovery.
The following wireless hns been ro
celved by thu iiRents from Iho S. S.
"Alameda, S p, m., Dee. II, 1309.
"All well, nlno bundled mllei, ISOC
tons carRo, elKhty-Hlx cabin, thirty
threo steeriiRo, oXiect to arrho about
ilsht n. ni. Friday."
BULLETIN AD8 PAV '
Dec. 15. That
Task of Selecting
A Suitable Present
is made easy by buying a SHOE ORDER for any amount
wanted or when the amount is not dcsiicd to be known wo
havc n way of arranging that.
Ask us about it and we will explain it lo you.
1051 FORT STREET.
Local Portuguese Make
EIGHT ARE HELD FOR
FUR I HER EXAMINATION
!nsp:ctor Brown Tliinhs lloic Skilled
Labor Iminigmuti Woald Dc
rr;fcr?.blc for Island TroSicrily
P.cleacd Soon ns Passed.
"It Is the .oisl lot of 1 Iff -in it 1
nor mw, uml I truM IIiIh iryivd in
tho sheet docs not lepreselit tho
licit clafs of i'lirlimuero of Hono
lulu." said IiiiiiiIri.iIIou Inspeclor
Ka.Miiond l'. Itiouii IliN nioruliiR nil
u larRO liiunbur of them palhcicii
uloUR the fence In fioivt of the lin-
inlRi.itlou slutlon, il.iiuorliiR to Rut
, .,. 1 . . . 1 1- iouhirnn who nr-
,.i..i. 1. ..a,,...i.. ,.
bM.,,, ' u , .. iZ rM of
, ... . , . . .
fincm.nc-niiie in.u roiKs-weio niiriiu
nl.thr uotnriinii nt liu pevlom, one or
them hilling u laborer working for
Mr. Ilrii.vn uild Injuring him, cc
Inspe-tor llrowu wns finally
obliged to summon pollio aid. and
tills inornliiR siucial jilllicrs werg
detnlleil to Keep l lip rrowd ordeily
and assist In the work of examining
the new arrival!. Tliu largo In
spection if tun was a iccuu of roil
fusion this morning, thif foreign
hiiiiuiigo or the I'oitugiH""! ming
ling with the i ties of babies ami
Iho (oiling of llielf uiothers, I'IrIiI
Iiir for flint position, hundreds sur
louuiled Hip I'orlllRlirsn consul, who
IMllently examined their pauperis,
t'tnl It wus ii strenuous Job Various
tieiying i.iiora llllid Hie room fiom
time itipneio down lo ln!cut per-,
Fight Held for Further Examination
Inspector llrown wild ihla mom
Iiir that ho was holding eight of tho
IniiulRrniUs In vxtimliin further lulu
their mental tondltlou. and hn
feaied Hint at least four would not'1
stand Ihu lest and might lime lo be',
returned. I In Is holding one pretty.
)ouiir girl for e)o Inniblo. A phy-i;
nii-iii cxiiuiiiukioii will ueclilo her
fa lit. Theie Is no dUensu fit nil
umoiiB them, nnd this Is a remark
nblo showing lu loiislderntlon ot
the larce number niul l tio Im.,- In..-
1(1.1'. II r,rlt,lti!t' u...bu ..-1, ..
-.. .- kk........ n(M..nfi .ten lUI
the caplain, olllreis, shin plijBlclnns
nnd Uio men nf tho Swnnley In ninlh- S
iiunliiR slrlit sanllaiy conditions
while ut sea.
Too Many Laborers.
"I believe It Is n mistake to bring
nun tho Territory loo many of these j
inimigrauis for farm labor alone,"
mlil Air. llrown, commenting on the"''
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Shoe Co., Ltd:
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ASLj)MaMtaf Lu k .' t i i ?r ..mt. 'n. u. tV' . a
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