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EVENINQ 1ULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1911.
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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Wallaci: R. Farrinoton, - Editor
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tn Month, ll)hrtclti OS ,7
Pn (Juaitet, utiywheit'ii US 3.ou
rrt m, iivhtte In US.. ...... ft.nti
Tct Vol i-l, mil, lord jn 13. oo
Hpl l tiditorlal Rooma,
Our llm.-crVlirc.nllh nt li.itnl nil! mnr
A vviirld n f light In lien cii afar,
,1 mult' i'rllit' a glorious slur,
.In rjt'Hil hide Hit' ok.
Tliiil llurlln hot wave Is suggestive
t)f iiiiiitlit'r advance in the price til
'Will the) withl till another in. ill Ik
drowned before establishing a bench
patrol at Waiklkl?
This Is what brings mono) tint of
the Blinking and puts It In ell cnl.i
tlcin IIiioiikIi safe Investment.
Perhaps It Is quite true that only
Mntt-Smith, who wants to bo relieved.
Is unnjItiK about tho next President
of the llo.ud of Health
Home Investment should be (ho ml
Ins sentiment throughout all llono
lulu. That Is what makes tho city
progicsslvo ami prosperous.
r" ! l J i-1
If, you mnku a little luoneyltliroligll
the turn of thu m.irket, lemember tho
..Christinas admonition to khop eArly.
JMhiJeb'timr 'tfrtl nWiillWdrHttriir'
President Taft does well to allow
the Senators to eel In eloser toneli
4Alth the feeling of!Uw talks athomc.jffi'Vr'.ftf SfVjt' '".V' .'i"
n, before ho beKrnB to force tho Issue on ,, , ,. ith tliHSllndln of
(Kri.no aruuraiion ireniy.
rrcsnieui .Ionian toiild not linn
If ll'Weio mittnnt Uie vaino ofteumsmycrs to inj lorinaun'in a sani-
JJJtlio plantutlon Vtrbtliiit -Is 'inrro.isliitf '"' -F ""'' I'eeiif.ipplle.l to mt." It
:,. '. ... i . erlKlftal IrtAl ttirit I wenl.-alonB (mil
rr,tho condition in tho SUBiir market Heeured the olllelal wimple,--' I brni eht
. IMMIIII PU VIVIP1' 111 II ill HI III.
WT -at'Tilll.t ltn a.l'-.e-'rm t tx t t.'T.r.t'fTi
coMtnunlty In Hie country mom el.- I'ullar In one way, but Is quite fen
,i i .. . i..... i "Ibie
, iiiuniitni iu in, I'.-iit u, in iiuuui in
formed on the necessity for pictured
ness for war, than Honolulu
From San Kranclsco to Now York
. bus been mndo by every means ex
cept Iljlng. And that seems to be
about tho only mote now open fr
the aviator to gain ranio tnai win last
for more than n year.
M With (tho lllshop Hatnlo taking ikir
jKcsslon,of lauds Jhat arc not kept In
?Jsnnlliry loiirtfiHni by tho'lenscjhold
.wers, ono important step has been Ink
flLcn in tho education of the public tn
ej-a new way of looking at community
. Intel ests.
lnuli.iul ,,r tnrnltif mi thnlp nnKnH
nt the cesspools they hear tell of, all
'iftho best citizens of tho town should
turn their noses to the ground In
their own vicinity and bo sure that
all Is as clone tn perfection as pos-
SUPPORT HOME ENTEPRISES.
, Ono of t,ho most Impresslvo facts
of Hawaiian history is that tho homo
f Investment of money mudo in Hawaii
. lias retuined far better profits than
' tinning the surplus of tho islands into
-" oiilsldo cluiiiilels.
v Hut this fact of history is not the
only reason why tho llnuio Insurance
Company should receive liberal local
support. As frequently remarked by
r thlB Viper, It Is most oxtrnordlunry
that Hawaii, so fruitful In men who
undertake enterprises for tho upbuild
ing -of tho Islands and making them
Independent of outside capital, should
cniitlnuu to spend nil Its Insurnnco
' money with corpoiatlons foreign to
' A great amount of money Is sont
out of Honolulu each year in insur-
- -nnco premiums tliat might as well bo
kept at homo. Some corporations
'carry their own Insurnnco but up to
thu present time there has boon no
""nssotlatlon of local rnpltul for pro
tection tignlnst loss by lire.
Now that n company has been or
, gauUcd to sccuro n share of tho tiro
'' Insurnnco patronnge, It Is entitletl to
tho community support that should
jsn to all home enterprises. Tho rec-
cud of flro losses shows Honolulu to
bo n elty of good risks, oven will, Its
uvorago rcguccc, on account m w.o uiS
Ft! Sift Montfu .no
Tn Vest, nlitc In VA I.oo
Fcl Year ftnrwhcre n Cunxria. l.lto
Ptt Vol tttitpaM, lomrn 3.im
Intered at the I'ottorlict at Honolulu
a. actond-cla.t matter.
AUGUST 15, 1011
"llhll-lll! flro' (if Infill. Tim liri.mhtiiia
Iffir r.)Ill ,1.1. MWtMl.,' linl.l ....t Ih 4t
!.. ..-M. .,... WII1.J I'lllll Mill HI U
losses Tin1 record. Is clear that tno
innnc Invested In 'risks In tills city
I iiiiti territory n.is paw splendid Inter
furthermore thorn la rnmn fnt .,
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j homo company. No ono Insurutico
(iiniiMiiy inn .carry nil the. risks, bo
there It a natural nlnrn fm tlm ,,i--
ganlintlon that represents local cap-
TIlO II II I I P t I 11 'k llllfinn ll Ihn
same in this as In nil oilier matters
or local cntcrpilso. Itu-invcst jour
nioncy In tho homo corporations. It
Is a Rood habit mid It also pays.
(Continued from Page 1)
sent Hit? ii sample In lest for butter fat.
WTieii 1 started to tin this I li.nl not
the remotest Idea that, formalin va
preVent. nil 'l Wanted In Mud
i. ' ..ii. .)..... ...i .'.. ..... ii. '
V nut I u' ir ltln'1 l-ultir! kif liertWit
hen I started l make my 'ton
y test I
c. jjrti of
foupil tliat there wiih an Indli
formalilktlrtniViittlalclYiiatronB mm nt
inrm.'iiin nun roiiiiu it in every case.
'There was only one IhliiK for Mil- to
'", nnil tliat was to ko and weure siiino
lormatln I mlKlit state hereftliat I never
should liavo expected undtvr any j'lr-
thein up and pnt thrm through tUreo
severe tests, but could not find Jtho
niniiiirai init-o oi lorinann. this wns
"As mhiii as I was iiilto certain that
there was nothing wrong I sent down
In Mr JiicoImiui mid told him that It
was all right mil that ha could go
nlieiiil and sell the crenni Tho next
shipment I tested for them was eoni-
plitcly flee, and I sent them a letter
snlng so and nNn that remarking on
J,IP Hlly ,K, percentago of tho
butter fat contents,'
Sir JikoImiii said this morning tliat
he did not bt-llevo them was am tiling
wrong ami also further resented tho
fix t of his being brought Into the niat
tir at all, "I wish Irwin had consult
ed us about tho matter before lie ninth;
ii iiuiiiie," Ho sum, "and especially ns
his brother, who Is the miq specially
ionic rued, is at present on tho Coast,"
(Continued from Pag 1)
Puts Blame On Brother In Law.
Ho then composed himself n hit and
cried out IiIh brother-in-law, John Ma
fiiiiluy, was tho blamo for this and
tried to buck up his story to exon-
cnito himself by saying that, .Macau
lay had enmo homo nhout D o'clock
that evening with blood on his shirt,
and when asked by hlmselr how that
blood eamo there, his br(thcr-n-law,
sthled ho had boon In a fight, Tho
husband then asked him whero his
wiro was, and was told that ho did
Goei In Search for Wife.
Toogoo, then told Hnso ho went In
senirli of his wlfo down town, and
nftcr Inquiring of n friend of his on
tho Mnuna Kca If ho hail seen her,
and receiving i ncgatlvo reply, Walk
od up llelhol street and tllsenvoic-1
her accldciitly In tho Umpire Cafe, In
toxicated vvllh an unknown paityfror.i
l.eilcliua, Hannah Smith and John
Pleper, u liackman,
After lolling her sho had no busi
ness ns his wlfo to lio with tho hack
driver, lio attempted to havo hor eomo
homo with him Tho other members
of tho ciowd fearing a scene told hoi
Bhe had bettor go along nnd they nil
piocecded out to tho curb whero Plo
cr's buck wns standing
Falsehoods Come to Light.
Toogood thon stn-'os tho hciloliiin
man Ii nt) to catch tho nlne-tlilrty train
nnd got Into tho rariiugo to lio driven
to tho depot, Hnnuali Smith follow
ed him In and when his wire tttctl
tho same, ho pulled hor luck to tho
sidewalk, us thu horse wns whipped
up leaving Plopcr, his wlfo and him
Felf standing there.
Tho tub, told of the lilo's (tip to
wnnts homo was after pioved a lie
' ...boro 'plepe? ok a cab not
Toogoot says they went In Hotel
ucIohbIiib to him, climbed In and his,
ToiirisiiTs wife, followed, Plcper lash
ed up the horse and loft htm behind.
Ho Hit ii claims ho went homo by way
o( Hotel slrcct, crosB-cuttltii; across
the .McOrcvv property into his back
Hut I Intinnh Smith on hclnj; tine
tinned stated Hint when they left tho
Kiupiio I'afe, Pleper ilrove nvvay with
her and her friend from l,c)loliiia It)
tho depot IcavlncToocood behind with
his wife, nftcr ho lind Jerked her from
I he hack
First Clew Obtained.
lino is whcio the imhI hcadwork
of ltoso tnino into piny. Ho hail no
ticed leaves In tho coat pockets of
Ihc iiiurdeicd girl, Hint had foil from
a lloiicnlnvlllea tree.
After searching cvoiywhero for such
a tree, near whcio her sIiocr must bo
as she was found with her foot clad
in nothing but stockings, he, remem
bered the route tho linsbind claimed
to liavo taken home, go went over tho
same, find found tho lloiigalnvlllen tree
In the Mciitcw property on runcli-
limvl. directly across from tho Korean
Scene of Killing.
Here ho found tho girl's shoes mid a
back-comb. Dvcrywlicro lie discover
ed scenes of n terrible struggle, Ihit
Marled on Punchbowl and finished In
the road leading out of tho McOrovy
It could nlvi ho seen where tho
cra7ctl husband had bealcn his wife
down vvllh a bluui Instrument pre
sumably a Isittlu that wns found
smnshed to pieces nearby, ami then
dragged her later under tho trco until
he wns teiuly to roinovo the corpse,
Tho heel marks left two decided fur
rows ns they had been dr.tggcd thiough
What Rose Thinks.
"Tho way llio ease looks to me."
.says Iloso, "Toogoid was taking his
wife homo and when they got to tho
place before stnted, n row wns start
ed, in which tho husband bcramo In
furiated, killed eoh' bloodcdly UU
wife, drag her under the trco so that
slit- would not bo seen until, he could
remove and do away vvllh tho body
Ho then went down town stole tho
hack, enme back placed tho lifeless
form Into It and wns driving It away
when stopped by the owner of tho
rig. I.uk Kk."
Chinaman Identifies Toogood.
At tho morguo tho Chlncso driver
osltlcly identified Toogood us be
ing tho man that had Jumped from
his linek when he bi ought It to n halt
by grabbing tho reins.
Iiot prints showing up plainly in
the scone-Vr scuffle, were shown to bo
llioso of'lhd Murderer by comparing
the imprints by tho ones mndo by his
Milieu IjMlny. , jljuiv'pio tennis shoos
with u rjheckef ii-ltlgtJd design on the
bottom fbllh."lofl thu llguie plainly
In tho dirt, it I Ih tenuis shoes' were
removed from him lids morulm- Iheli-
InilfUrttrfUakou'HUdMlrovcd to bo ex
nrtly,iuifu 1(U lati night by tho mur-
(Continutjj'from Page 1)
to ndJiit'by.dJpl'oiBu'cy, reliitlng to In
ternational matters In which tho high
contracting parties nro concerned by
virtuo of a claim of right mado by one
against the other, under tho treaty or
otherwise, and which aro Justlflablo In
thoir nattiio by reason of being sus
ceptible of decision by the application
of tho principles of law or equity,
shall bo submitted to tho permanent
court of arbitration established at Tho
Hague by tho convention of October
18, 1007, or to some other atbltrnl
tribune us may bo decided In each
crtso by special agreement, which
special agreement shall provldo for
tho organization of such tribunal If
necessary, deflno the scopo of tho
powers of tho arbitrators, the ques
tion or questions at Issue, and settlo
tho tonus of n fcrenco and tho proced
.Special Agri-fiiii-iil -VcccsHiirj.
"Tho ptovlslous of Articles 37 to 90,
Inclusive, of tho convention for tho pa
cllic settlement of International dis
putes concluded at tho second peace
conference at The llaguo on the 18th
of October, 11)07, so fur as applicable,
and unless they aro inconsistent with
or modified by tho provisions of tho
special agreement to bo concluded In
each case, and excepting articles T.3
and HI of such convention, shall gov
ern tho arbitration proceedings to bo
taken under this treaty.
"Tho special agreement tn each case
shall ho mado on tho part of tho Uni
ted States by tho president of tho
United States, by nnd with tho advico
nnd consent of tho senate thereof,
his majesty's government reserving
tho right bofoio concluding u special
agreement In any matter affecting tho
Interests of a self-governing domin
ion of the llrltlsh omplre, to obtain
tho concurrence) therein of tho govern
ment of that dominion.
'Such agreement shall bo binding
when confirmed by tho two govern
ments by nil exchange of notes.
"Artlelo 2 Tho high contracting
parties 'further ngrco to Institute as
occasion arises, and as herlnaftor
provided, a Joint high commission of
Inquiry to which, upon tho request of
cither party, shull bo referred for Im
partial and conscientious Investigation
uny controversy between tho parties
within tho scopo of nrtlclo 1, boforo
Biich controversy hns been submitted
to arbitration, and ulso any other con
troversy hereafter arising bctweon
them oven It tlioy nro not agreed that
It falls within tho scopo of nrtlclo 1;
provided," howovcr. that such refer
enro may bo postponed until thu ox-
Two or three unfurnished rooms In
private family, near ear line, for light
Iioiisi keeping, If suited, will rent for
one year Itc ferenres exchanged. No
children. Addiess "X V Z," Ilulletln
Seven-room modern bungalow i al
most now, very attractive. Two well,
planted to. Near carllne.
On Gulick Ave.
Price Is $2200.
easy if deiired.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
F YOU have any attractive
Investment lln view and
require funds to enable
you te take it up, call
and s us. We may be
able to help you.
We have money to loan on
Sugar Stocks or Real Estate.
W buy and sell Stocks and
Bishop Trust Co.. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crat of Six Selected Pints or a
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply Icavo your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Kxpress Company)
pirntloti of ono year nftcr tho dnto of
tho formal request therefor, tn order
to afford an opportunity for diplo
matic discussion and adjustment of
tho questions In controversy, If cither
parly desires such postponement.
.Manner of Procedure.
"Whenever a question or matter of
difference Is referred to tho Joint com
mittee of Inquiry, as herein provided.
each of tho high contracting parties
shall dcslgnnto three of Its nationals
to net ns members of tho commission
of inquiry for the purposo of such rof
crenco; or tho commission may bo
othcrwlso constituted In any par
ticular caso by tho terms of refer
ence tn bo dctormlncd in each caso
by an exchange f notes,
"The piovlslon of articles 9 to 30 In
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something' useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. It
is only 'a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made -his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required by
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked -for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cooking.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
Terma can be mad
SALE OF PRINTS
To clear out surplus stock.. Half prices
this week. wi
The office hour of the
ire from 7 a. tn. to 530 p. m. on week
days and on Sundays from 8 to
10 a. in, and until 11 every
night for ships'
elusive, of tho convention for tho pa
clflc settlement of International dis
putes concluded at Tho llur.uo on jtho
IRIh of October, 1907, so feir as ap
plicable nnd unless they nro Incon
sistent with tho provisions of this
treaty, or art) modified by tho icfms
of reference agreed upon In any par
ticular caso, shall govern tho organi
sation and procedure) of the Co'minls'
"Article HI Tho Joint high com
mission of Inquiry, Instituted in each
caso ns provided for In article Ilj is
nut hor I zed tn examine Into nnd roisirt
upon tho particular questions or mat
ters referred to It for tho purixiso of
facilitating the solution of disputes
by elucidating tho facts nnd to tlcflnd
tho Issues presented by such nuestlons
and nlsn to Ineludo in Its roHrt such'!
recommendations nnnd conclusions as
may bo appropriate -
''The icporlH of the commission
shall not bo regarded as decisions of
tho questions or matters so submit
ted cither on tho factH or on tho law,
and shall In no way have tho charac
ter of an nrhltral award.
"It Is further agreed, however, flint
In enses In which tho parties disagree
ns to whether or not a difference Is
subject to arbitration under nrtlclo I
of this treaty, that question shall "bo
submitted to tho Joint high commis
sion of inquiry, and If all or hut ono
of tho members of'jthn commission
ngrco nnd report that such difforcnee
is wllhlti tho scorKvoartlclc I it shall
,lio rcforrod to nrbltrajrtm' In accord
ance with tho provisions of this trcR-
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s, .v w
"Artlelo IV Tho commission shall'
have power to administer oaths to
witnesses nnd tako evidenCo on oath
whenever deemed necessary In any
proceeding or Inquiry- or matter with
in Its Jurisdiction under this treaty;
and tho high contracting patties agrco
to adopt Rtich legislation m may lio
appropriate and iiete"tHiy to give the
commission thu piwcin above men
tioned nnd to provide for tho isstio of
subpoenas and .for compelling the at
tendance of witnesses In tho proceed
ings before tho commission.
"On tho inquiry both sides must ho
heard and each party Is entitled to
appoint an agent, whoso duty It shall
bo to renresent his imvprnmcnt Imfni-A
the commission and to present to tho!
commission, cither personally or
through counsel retained for that pur
pose, such evidence and arguments
as ho may deem necessary nnd np
proprlato for tho Information of the
"Article V Tho commission shall
meet whenever cnllcd nron to makn
an examination nnd roport 'under tho
terms of this treaty, and tho commis
sion may fix such times nnd places for
Its meetings ns may bo necessary nt
nil times nt special cull or direction
of tho two governments. Rach com
missioner, upon the first Joint meet
ing of tho commission after his ap
pointment, shall, heforo proceeding
with tho work f tho commission,
lubscrlbo a solemn declaration In
writing that ho will faithfully and Im
partially perform tho duties imposed
upon him under this treaty and suth
declaration shall lio entered on tho
records of 'tho proceedings of the com
mission. "Artlelo VI Tills ticnly shall Rttp
crscdo thocnrhltratlon treaty 'conclud
ed between tho high contracting par
tics on April -I, 11)08. but all agree
ments awards and proceedings under
that treaty shall continue In force mid
effect and this treaty shall not nffect
In any way tho provisions of tho
ticnty of January II, 1909, relating
tn questions arising between tho
United States and the Dominion of
"Artlelo VII Tho present treaty
. ,, . ,in , i ,t. ii ... ,
fha bo ratified by the president of
the United States of America, by mid
with the ndvlco nnd consent of tho
son'ato thereof and by his Drltannlc
The ratifications shall bo oxchnng-
cd nt Washington ns-sixm as possible1 'tw'nn
.. . ,1. ,., i H i i 1:, Bnrncsoninnd wife, Mr, nnd Mrs. Ilur-
nnd the treaty slmll tako effect on..in,lin .,,.,.. ..,; Jr.-. m.
the date-or tho. oxehango or milllca-. 4iiMrH. i.-ctii,,Mrs-ntlnn. Mr. and
t!'""!', r-t!B5nJJ 'he"!.a"e'' FFmi,',,,fvMrir. flrhcc, Mr.ari'd Mpi.'M. Ollagan,
inrco'tconiinufn.ie.iy .nuifsprpnu itiiiiii j, oiingan, w, Uiicmcr, Mr nnd
termlnnlod-ihy ,21 .months' vvrlttch no- 'Mrs. C'fnc'ko'and daughter, W. Morton,
tlco given by' cither high contrnctlns- ,Mr- n' Mrs- niirrcll. Dr. C. Morner,
parly to tho other I Mr- and Mrs. names and wife, Mr.
"In faith Whereof, tho rcspoctlvdf h" ; Wahono, K. Anderson. K.
,en.IK,tent.nH7 ;have - signed' .JUs J'' from K ,
trcaty.in.diipllcatcs.aniWhavo.hoio- nnd Kan, ports, Aug,, in. ,1. S. Don
unto affixed thqlr souls. I ,,g,ho. Judge W. H.f llaseldcu, Mni.
"Dono at Washington, the 3d day, of Bnrclayl-Ah' Ycc, Sam Kanl, Miss Ha-
.t ' Tt
".We are delighted wl,th
the new process Dairy
men's Association milk. W
find it very eatlsfactory for
all our babies.
"(Miss) J. M. D. DEWAR,
"Matron Kaulkeelanl Chil
Pure milk and cream de
livered to all 'parts of the
1- 3v jji
The Formf it
New Styles $3
3 New 'Prices
Ladies' white canvas Ox
fords and pumps, with
dreesy white heels and
turn soles. Light and cool
for summer wear, i
Also some new low-heel
white eanvas pumps and
Oxfords for girls and young
Special attention given all
repair work. ,
Shoe Co., Lid;
1051 FORT STREET
Per C.-A. S. S. Mnrama, from Aus
tralian ixirts, via Aucknnd and Suva
r it. ...!.. I... r, UL.I...I it.
i"r iiiiiiwiiii.i. oiieni' i'Pi iin. ill-
C(fl 8 Nlc(,, . 8 jt,,', Mr ,,
Mrs. K. Colo. Mr. and Mis. 1). Solo-
mnti. Miss I'nlnrdc, 12, Miotics, Miss
I'm v.. uinii.111,. nun. mm ,irs. i, a.
Johnston, H. Drclg, I.. II. Mullanl,
Madame Kuttrhucko, Miss B. Mooio,
rah Trask, .Mrs. Jilmo, ltobt. Illiul.
f miss i,uw a ii. lYiiiuioii', it. nun tn.
Miss I,ncynnrbor,rW.' M. Chong, Miss
Ilooknno, ,MIbs -Wnllaco. Mrs. Horger,
A. Hollciidorf, Mrs. Jlovvland, Mis.
Nithula. T. Mnruninto, Ilov. Seitddor,
II. P. Campbell, nov. II. II. Dodge. I..
Welnhclnicr, W. 0. Srott, C. A. Mc
Donald, nov. J. K. rtodcll. (1. Tongn
and 123 deck.
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They Keep Correct
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Local Agents , , ,
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1 814 Fort St.
htH H i i-i J ill.