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KVRNINO IIULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., FRIDAY, U0. 5, 1910.
Plantation and Country Stores
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, be in every store.
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Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A. Gilmaii
Fort Street, Honolulu
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Phone No. 50
Three Outgoing Steamers
Have Abundance Of
Four hundred people ran take
passage for Ban Francisco within tho
noxl five day by thren flrst-clas
steamers, with tlio assurnnre that
thoro will he plenty of accommoda
tion for evoryune.
Thin far about two hundred and
thirty have hooked at the several
local steamship agencies.
The Pacific Mall llnor Korea, from
the Orient, Is due to arrive at Ho
nolulu on Saturday afternoon, mid
according to the present calculations
of II. Huckfeld & Co., her agents,
the vciscl will be dispatched for San
Francisco on- Sunday morning.
A wireless received from the Ko
rca announces that she has rjjpm for
one hundred and twonty-ftvo first'
class patscngers. About this number
have been booked at the local office,
hut when tho duplUates and others
are culled fiom the list, the number
will probably he closer to an even
There. Is n fair hooking for the
Mation steamer I.urllno, scheduled
to depart for Ban Francisco at f
o'rlock on Tuesday evening. Tho
I.urllno still has room for a num
ber of additional passengers.
Tlio hooking for San Fran Iseo by
the Oceanic steamer Sierra, to sail
for the Coast at 10 o'clock on Wed
nesday morning, show hut seventy-
five entries. This vessel has room
for two hundred nnd twenty-five
whon hooked to capacity. "Judging
from present Indications, the Slerrn
Is not likely to get away for San
Francisco with more than o hundred
cabin passengers, anil the list may
bo considerably lesbencd when It
comes to making out the tickets.
Mrs, Bogn, wife of Kdltor Y. fioga
of the Nlppu JIJI, who has been
falling In health for some time, sliro
she left hero a few months ago, died
In Japan on Wednesday.
Kdllor Sogn, who has been plan
ning to return to Japan to meet hi'
wife, received a cable Informing him
of the death of Mrs. Sogn. If 1st
expected that he wilt leave for Ja
pnn on the next Orient-bound steam
er leaving this port.
Automobllo 319 .hail a ory nar
row escape from total destruction
ycetorday when running mound tho
corner of Kalakaita avenue Into Kliitf
street. An olectrlj car was going
to Wnlklkl' just as the auto camo
around, and although both tried t(,
avoid a collision, there was n slight
mUup. No damage was done and
no proceedings have been taken In
Tho first touring party of univer
sity men, mado possible by the buue
flcfncn of an anonymous philanthro
pist, hait left Liverpool for Canada
and the United States.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Decides Pantheon Must
Close For One
.ton Hllva had his llccii'o of tho
Pantheon Saloon suspended for n
we'k beginning nt cloning time to
morrow night, and Jon Clark found
out th.U Manager Hcrtschc of Young
Hotel, or any other person, holding a
liquor llicnse fi.r that mutter, could I
refuse Iiltn a drink any time ho wish
ed, at the meeting of tho license com
iiunsiuiicis jeslcidny afternoon.
Sllva was culled iiKn ut four
o'clock by Chulimnii Walking to tell
members of the board of tho scrap
which occurred between Ayics and
McFnddin at thu Pantheon un tho
evening of July 2fi.
He told of meeting Ayrcs and Prln-
glo on Hotel street and afterward of
tho thrcu of them entering the. saloon.
MoFnchlcn, ho said, camo In later.
When tho tumble started ho got be
tween tho tuo men nt onco and tried
to stop the light but Ayres hit Me
Fndden once over his shoulder' after
McKaddcn had applied a llo epithet
Ho kept betwtcn tho two men but
as soon as he drew away they went
ut It again.
Ayres was culled upon to tell ubont
the trouble. He suld that ho met
Sllva and Prlngto on Hotel street and
Sllva twitted him of voting without
being registered. Ho was registered
nnd had voted twice, .ho said. Sllvn
had tho list of voters In the first of
the fourth and they went Into tho
Pantheon so hn could seo If his namo
was really on tho list. When they
camo In front of tho bar MrKwlden
was standing there, nnd joshod Ayrcs
about voting for prohibition using In
stilling language. Ayrcs told him to
shut his mouth and McFuddcn said
coino ahead and do It. W'lth that
tho fight started and was continued
with Heine pitching lu and finally
landing In tho small room with- Ayres
In a corner and tho othor two men
heating him up whllo tho crowd look
ed on. A imllccinan flnnlly camo In
nnd wjlh Sllvn stopped the trouble.
Ayrcyi ftory dlfforcd materially from
Sllvn h, nnd ho was asked If tho sa
loon man bail tried to stop tho fight
at the beginning. Ayres said that
hu had not. .That hu hail ttlcd to pull
him (Ares) off by pulling Tiliu back
Rlha wag nsked why ho had Mc
Kaddcn around his place nnd ho suld
that ho had ordered him out several
times nnd dldn'.t want him there.
At tho conclusion of Ayrcs story
nnd a few questions put to both tho
men the board went Into executive
session and at tho end of fifteen min
utes Chairman Wntklns read tho de
cision of tho board to Sllva, as fol
"Mr. Sllva, It Is tho decision of this
lioard that your llccnBo bo suspended
for tho term of ono week from Satur
day, August fi. for allowing n fight to
take placo on your premises and not
taking proper steps to stop tho same,
on tho evening of July 2G. 1910, nnd
the board fuither finds that your sa
loon has not been conducted In an
orderly manner In tho past."
After reading the decision Wntklns
told Sllva that his place and the
street In front of It was liot up to
the standard It should bo. and that
when he reopened he must conduct
a better place. Ho wus coming up
for permission to change his location
In a few weeks and his conduct in
the meant lino would have a grout deal
to do with tho action or the board
when his application came up for con
sideration. Joe Clark, n chauffeur. In his com
plaint against Manager IlertechO of thu
Young Hotel alleged that ho and his
companion wero sober ami "tespect-
fully dressed" when they called for
drinks nt tho fifth floor buffet of tho
hotel. That thu drinks were on tho
bar when Hertscho tutored nnd said
they could not have them.
Chairman Wntklns rofcrred to sec
tion 59 of tho liquor law which pro
vides, that a holder of any liquor li
cense may refuso to servo anyone- he
wishes for any reason, utid thoro tho
matter was dropped.
Contrary to oxpectntloiiB no action
wns txltrn on further Sunday privi
leges, there being but ono petition be-foro-
tho board nnd that from Sonoo
chl. This petition will bo considered
at the regular meeting of tho board
on August 1G when It Is oxpectod oth
ers 'will have applications In.
Two applications were received
from JnpaneBO nt Walpnhu for sec
ond class Baloon llctnses, Nnkumuru
and Ota bolng tho applicants. Theso
matters will be considered nt tho
meeting' on Septomber 2,
Forgery was brought tb light in a
protest purporting to havo been sign
it :: n K ;; n t: n t: u h ::
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Will Not Give Norrls
Ranch To Woman
Charles 0. Mucombor In whom Cob
onel'NoirlH gave his ranch will fight
for It n&iinsl tho claim recently fl.e.l
by Kmctle I.. D'Krhlay of Now York
who has asljed tl'Bt she' bo glvon
Judgment ngilnxt tlio ranch for (Rl,
240 alleged to bo due her on notes
Kltm by Norrls noaily -twci ty year.i
Ycslciday nflomoon Mneumhur fll-
ed Jftiiurrcr to (he bll of complaint
In which ho sets forth tho followln?
b., me most Inqiorlnnt grounds, I
The hill contains no statement of a
case that mtltlcs tlio plnlnllrf to tho,
relief prayed for, or lo any relief. i
It Is not within tho Jurisdiction of n
court of equity to consider the mtt-i
tor, nor hm a court nf equity tho
right to iccogulr.o tho promissory
notiH ns ii valid claim against tho
Norrls estate, nor to hold the land
liable for payment until tlio notes
havo been established In a court of
law as a vnlld chilm against the es
tate Thu bill Is multifarious, In that It
seeks several distinct and scparato
kinds of relief.
Tho plaintiff has her adequate- rem
edy nt law.
Tho bill is not vcrlflcd". nor tho nl
legations sworn to In the manner pro
vided by law, nor In accordance with
the prnctlco of the courts of equity.
The attorney for the defendant nlso
filed a motion yesterday that tho at
torneys for tho plaintiff, Magoon &
Weaver, bo ordered to show their au
thority to rcprcsont tho plaintiff, If
they havo any to show.
A motion wns also filed to dissolve
tho temporary Injunction which re
strains Macomuvr from dlsisislug of
any of tho property of tho ranch.
This Is backed up by an affidavit by
Macomlrer that ho wants to cut nnd
sell somo old koa trees that are dead
nnd whlch'wlll deteriorate If not soon
Comany Will Engage in Cultivation
on Large Scale Stock Farms
Will Be Introduced.
If It U jiosslblo for the 1-land of
Lannl to grow sugar beets with any
prolU at till It will bo done.
John T. McCro3son will go to tho
coast on tho Korea und will engage
the services of an expert In the cul
ture of sugar beets who will bo
brought hero for, tho purposo of go
ing Into tho schema to tho fullest ex
tort. Tho results of tho experiments
which huvo been mado n tho culture
of tho sugar bevt In these Islands
havo exceeded tho expectations of
those who huvo hitoiostcd themselves
In that lino of agriculture.
Tho new company which has tnken
over tho Island of Lunal for tho pur
poso of bringing It back to a state of
"bloom" havo been muklng oxtonslvo
trials with tho sugar beet and tho ro
uiiitH hnvu len such that they are
going Into tho business on a lurgo
iBcule. and it is expected that In a
short time tho Island win yiciu iui.j
60,000 tons of Biigar.
It Is not proposed to put tho whole
Island under tho cultivation of sugar
btcts. Thcto will bo portions reserv
ed for stock raising and forest lunds
VAS1LIEFF LEADS MEETING.
At a meeting held last ulght lq tho
Socialist's hull, cornor of Alakea and
King streets, Vasllleff, tho Ilusslan ug
ltutor, was tho leading light.
In his proamblo ho gave to his nu
dlonce nn outllno of his llfo while In
Jail and Bpoko highly of his treatment
by the Jail nlllcors.
Thoro were quite u numbor of Itus
shins present, but what ho said to
thom Is not known, but It had the ef
fect of wuklng them up, and tho meet
ing, for it tlme.'wns quite lively.
Tho police will, however, keep Vns
lllcff in his place In tho future add
soo" thut ho creates no "fooling,"
jjj-"For Rent" cards on sale t
lh. Dullrtln office.
t: ;: tt t: n n it nitttu st tt tt it tt
dd '6y certain Chinese 'a'gulsti' the
granting of n llccnso io Wing Chung
Lung who tho petition said had been
l.imulng a badjnhico.
The men whose names were on thu
petition were, called nnd denied abso
lutely that tho signatures wero their
own, L. A yen of thu firm was pur
IKirted to have said ho hud bribed the
commission with a five bundled dot
lur bill and would havo tho license
granted. Ai:u was uUo present at
the meeting und denied ever having
made such n statement.
Tho protest was dropped nnd tho
WH1TNEV& MARSH, ltd.
iW a I ..
' and WASH GOODS
of all kinds
IPFPRIP'v HFRF I""'""'"-'" of heredity bo eliminated,
ULTl lllLO HLIlL 1C Is ns much the duty of the Oov
ornmont to do this as to protect llfo
"Mlslah" Johnson is a gentleman of and property,
color nnd considered an lmportnnt "Although, of couibc, we can not
ndjnnct to tho scullery of tho United rMlrarlljr mate human beings n
wo mate tho lower nnlmals, wo can
States nrmy transport I-ognn. 'demonstruto by our experiments Hint
In the fo'cas-lo of the ship that lll0 ,giei,i form of animal life-
sailed from tho navy wharf last,pon. ,an can bo Improved In physique
Ing bound for San Krnnclsco is a nnd mind and mornls Just ns lowov
whlto sailor wIiopo namo goes down forms nto Improved by seeing to It
upon tho shlp'B crew list ns Jiiuieu that only tho lit are permitted to per
.lay Jeffries, It wns In the palace of pctuato the r pedes,
pots and pans that a series of nrgu- "llroadly speaking, the Incapable,
mrhta hao nilso concerning tho ,stlc tlio Inefficient and the Inllrm of body
merits nf two other gentlemen who on and mind nre tho result nf hercdltv.
Inly 1th settled their dllTerrncrs In Investigation has shown that paupor
tho squared ring ut Itcno, Novnda. I lBm 1,rcl,,lH Pauperism. To lessen If
Johnson and JefTrlcs now on the m,t "h"" "'" destroy pauperism.
IAgan started to argue the matter out t""efore. all vvA hayo to do (s ft
nnd.tho first thing anyone know lltr,!""1 ,nWB ainkL l" """ "" '
. n , , , ,ii paupers. The samo rule could In
were at ft. punching nnd slash ng uml n5anp
away. They cinched nnd In llioAfcr ac. oll1,llBhl,,K that much ro
strugglo to break the colored person I fmm )y ,nWi t,len wo ,nElli ,,,
lost part of bin shirt. They plugged , indpio further so ah to lliclmk
along for some minutes beforo they unt persons of other kinds."
were parted. )r. Jordan does liot tnke a r.ior-
t'unfflclal referees called It a liuw!nho view of the woman suffrage
OF THE UNFIT!
niKHinoT joiida.V tir tvrx.
FOUU I)H('l,AIIi:S THAT THU
DUTY OK THU flOYKKVMKVr IS
NEW YOIIK. July 23. David
Starr Jordan, president of I,elnnd
Btanrord Jr. University, believes thu
surest wny to Impinvo the human
rnce Is to enact stricter murrlnge
Btattites nnd unify divorce laws. llr.
Jordan Is here on his wny to Ku
rope to attend two Important world
congi esses one of Liberal, religion
in llerlln, mid the other of zcologlsU,
nt Oiatz, Austria.
"The quickest way to Improve the
human rnco," doclarcd Or. Jordan
,"ls to prevent the unlit from marry-
Inc. Only In this way can tho bad
'I enn not tco that whern the wo
men are allowed to vote on a por
ted equality with mou that condi
tions huvo beon improved." a de
clared. Dr. Jordan wns questioned about
tho tioublo which hus arisen at Co
lumbia University in regard to Pro--fesso'
Harry Thurston Peel; and
spnko vory vigorously.
"It Is the duly of a college presl.
ilnnt." ho sulci, "to bounro any tiro-
fossor who Is crooked, financially or
n his dealings with women."
uit0 miiny humans, tho trout that
kecl,g hu motll g,t Bine8 ,msolf
,otH of ,ro,lb0.t!oston Transcript,
I . ,
A family black sheep shows black
est when his long green Is nil used
In palntlngt things red. Washington
It's easier lo make an enemy than It
Is lo shake Itliu.-
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