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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, SPT. 29, 1911.
MANY BOYS ARE ENTERING FOR
BULLETIN'S BIG AERO CONTEST
FEED PRICES UP INFLAM
AS RECIPROCITY mathut
I.'nlrj nfter entry Is being innila for
tin- II ii 1 1 ii 1 1 n'n Aero Coolest fur
Hoys, ami Charles 1. I.00111I1 ,f the
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J. M 0. A., wlio la secretary of tho
contest. s.is Unit the Int. rest being
n'i ounce! Is renmrkablc. Honolulu la
showing that tlii bujs nre nn wide-
levweke nml resourceful as those In any
port of the Unltnl States.
Yestcreluy .Mr. LooinU met n Broup
or bos who nre going to enttr thu
ionte.it, shotted them Homo model and
then took them over to the Hawaiian
Enrage, whim (lus Hehaefer's nero.
pinnu ii ncing uniiii up for IIh Inlthil
Illght Among the Iioh were .Miiteolin
luiuc, nci mini iMuion, Joseph It, Kur-
rlngton, t'lnudo King, labcrt Tuttle.
Iloniilil lllggln", IMatt Coke, Stanley
.MOtl-Hmllli nml Albert Hush
From nil purtH of the elty the boys
Although It Is yet one mnnlli early,
Ills Imperial Jupancso Majesty's Con
siil-Clenoinl S. tljeno l: planning to
Rive nn elaboratu ofltci.il leccptlou In
cunimviiKiriitlun of thu 'blrtluluy ol
Kmperor Miitsuhlto of Dal Nippon,
Ilia Juputieso Majesty's birthday In
always celebrated cm November 3,
nml according to tlio present plans.
tlio reception will he given lit tlio
Alexander Young lintel oif that oven
Ing. Follow Ing tlio reception there
will bu grand Ii) I given In the two
pavilions of the popular hostelry.
Ooiisul-Oenernl lljcno cave nn cla
borate reception In the Young Hotel
laiit year. The attendance at tlmt
time was very large, ami It Ih ex
picleil Unit tlio next reception will hi
even more elaborate and brilliant.
Invitations will bo Issued by the
On the morning of November 3. the
Consul-Cener.il will formeily tccclvc
his count lynien In the Consulate-den-
ei.il. at tlio corner of Tort ami Here'
Consul lljcno this morning express
ei his regret at the non-arrival of
the United stales fleet bcfoio that
COULDN'T PLEAD GUILTY
ALTHOUGHHE WANTED TO
I fa pretty stiff luck when jon can't
tell the Judge jon am guilty or rather
that lie lefuses In take any notice of
you If ou do. And yet tills ,1a Just
what has happened to l'.ulallo Coite.
who was before Judge Henry i:. Cuo
ier In tlio circuit court this morning
ami whose trial for murder In the
Hist deglee wrns Ret. for October II.
When ho was tlrst brought up some
time ago Kuliilhi was perfectly frank
about matters. "I nm guilty," be
raid. Hut Judge Cojpr salil nieln
phorlcally, "nollilng doing, as far as
we know jon nro Innocent and joil
i.ie going to ho tried as though jon
were." So pojr Kulallo had to ontc
nioro he thrown on tlio hospitality of
the county until such time as the mat
ter Ih settled one way or the other.
Kulallo had trouble over a woman,
She started in to hit tlio high (Spots
in a manner Hint he did not like. It
was no use telling her that her con
duct was not that of u lady, however
for she didn't take nny notice. At
least ho could Maud It no longer anil
i-tiick a knife Into her. Tills Is whul
he told the court hut what they re
fnso to believe until It litis nil been
brought out in tlio regular course,
Attorney Clillllugworlli has charge
of thu case and ho will liuvo ,to do
tlio best ho can to make the Jury see
the mutter in a lenient way.
Fine mix-up they are having over In
New York orr their llrst uttcuipt to
stage u boxing bout under thu protec
tion of the State. A boxing commis
sion was iippolutid ami eerhody
thought that tlio game wiih dun to
Hourish, hut the llrst cinck out of the
box, careless work on the part of thu
iippolutid iiiiumllteu resulted In trou
ble with the State. James Sullivan,
one of the greatest athletic authorities
III the louutiy, who was secretary of
the commission, lias 1 1 sight d Ills Job
with the pleu that he did nut bau thu
time to spare riulllviiu never did like
to be mixed up in nny bad business and
piobably look u ginceful way of get
ting out of double
Twit Itallanr weie killed ami nix
probably fatally wounded In an ex
plosion al Iloiiliam, Harlan rmmty
lit thu winks of Uiu WUciiuhIii Hleel
Kimpuuy al MlddlcHhuni, Kentucky.
New Wash Skirts
nre getting Into tlio contest Many
models nre nlri'iuly iitulir conitrue-
tlu" "lul m,mu "f ,llcl" wl" ,,u " 1,lg
surprise to Honolulu folks.
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I With four classes to enter, every ly
,,,, opportunity to win imo i.f the
inedaW thu 11 ti 1 1 c 1 1 n In offering .Mr.
LooiiiIh ntul thu II III let In are plan-
iilng nlremly oh thu exhibition to bu
, held up In thu IiIk game hull of thu
new V ,M C A building when nil tlio
entries nru In nml thu models llnlshed.
The ho) who nut Jester day lusiieitul
thu hull nml piunoiiiHi.il It Ideal for
The KiimehaiiKhn school boys nml
those of many other schools nru cnttr-
Iiik. nml thu prospects nre tlmt thu
exhibition will bu n went success.
The belt of It Ii tlmt the boys nre
finding tlmt the contest In greater sport
than almost nny klml of gninc.
(Continued from Pa 11
when Howell win refused the chance
to become supervising engineer, l'nt
tcrson Is leported to I uu been even
more decided toward getting out,
Local contractors, who remember the
rumpus stirred up when Patterson de
clared John Duggaii bad oiT.red him
inoiie) to "pull" his bids, are smiling
Mr Patterson could not ho renched
today and his story may throw an til
th c ly dlrfneiit light on thu matter. So
fur, it Is nil from one side.
Thu ipiestlon of llowcll't, eligibility
to take the Job was referred to the
attorney-general's department by n,
W'ulluku bank Interested In Patterson's
Under thu terms of the organic net.
no one who has any connection with
the ko eminent can hold u Job In work
that Is being dnno for the government
nor can have nny Interest In It fur
ther than tb Is.honever, no cine who
hail mi) thing to do with the letting of
n contract during thu time he was act
ing hi nny way at all for the govern
ment can take n Job or have any In
terest In tlmt contract even after he
has left the government employ.
I'nder this Howell call not accept
the Job. During thu time the contracts
were under consideration ho was on
the loan fund commission and Is there
fore debarred If he does take the Job
the penalty Is n line of $1000, and the
contract becomes null and void.
JIUS. MAItY WILCOX leave for Urn
toast on October it and will remain
nwiy until fehiuary of next year.
jusiiua TUUKKIl of the Umd s
Olllce leaves on tlio steamer .Manchu
ria fo- tl.o coast today. Ilo will he
r.vvay for about three weeks.
MISS MUltlKL UIIISON liid not
come back with the rest of thu family
on thu steamer Slenu this morning
but Is to leinalu over until thu next
trip of that vessel. She Is at tile
piesent under the care of u doctor.
INSI'KCTOIt OF SCHOOL!:' T. 11.
(1IHS0N wus u passenger n the
steamer Sierra, this luoinliig from San
I'rumlsco. He has been spending his
viiuaiiuu mere, lie tound niaiiv
changes It now being llflecu jeara
since no wus on the coast.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Tomoriow Is naturalization dav Ii
tlio federal court and nceoidlug to the
Hchedule theio uro about eight easea
to bu put thiougli.
An liivoluutui) bankrupt has turned
up In the case or Chu Klu of llllo,
Hawaii, and one of tlio members ol
thu iiiaishal'a force will leave fin
theiu this afternoon to make the at
tachment. The petitioners iocatu
nru Theo. IL Davles ami Compaiiv,
lliibuustelii mid l'hllllps. Atturnec C
tit feteia appeals for the defendants,
A largo shipment of atigar aw ailing
lo ILV-MT, sacks airlvcd this luoriiiug
Irom Hawaii In the lulei-lslauu
steamer Heleue The vessel liioiight
other lines of cargo Including nn head
cuttle. 8 calves, 3 horses ami 7u pack
ages sundries. Thu olllcers icpoit a
fair passage. In returning tu lluini
LONDON, Hug, Sept. II -Tho laili
dou County Council, which Is practi
cally Hiipttuie hi Its control of the
.Metropolitan Area here. Is deluged
Willi piolests fioiu all parts of Hug
I mil against thu uiithoi Izallon of (ho
JohiiKou-W'i lis light, set for Urn end of
Though thu Council shows no signs
of compliance) with thcet demands, the
ellri'clois of the auditorium at Karl's
Coin t, while) the i oiliest Is scheduled
In be held, tile so much Impress, d that
they have eallnl a iiim ling to loushlir
lewaalloii of tt Jr iiillllllet with Ilio
light pllilltolllh. The hitler wiy the
llllhl will lake place, ilenpllu opposi
(Continued Irom fq 1)
that many thousamta of dollars more
will go from this lenltory to the
Coast for feed than under the old
President T. .1. King of the Call
fomla feed Company said Just after
Ilia election, he had had a cablegram
(looting oats lit an ndvatico of $3 cr
ton., Ilnrley, wheat, corn and hay has
also stiffened practically ten per cent.
I lie California feed Couipiny had
made an advantageous contract for
barley during Air. King's icceilt visit
to thu Northwest, when lie set n new
record In bulng oiders for the Hn
vvnllan Islands. Since then barley
has gone up In nbont tho fcnmo pro
portions as the others.
Ilarley now sells mound ' $.1D to
$311.30 per ton, oats at $38.61), corn at
$39, wheat at $38 23 mid hay at $31
for tho largo bales ami $27 to $2
for the small hales. Thoxo prices
(inotcil nro approximate ami but will
nvcinge up pretty well for tilt the
The result or tlio election, accord
ing to tho big mainland dealers, Is to
keep tint Hie Canadian feed-stuffs
that would have come In under thu
reclpioclty agreement, ami restricted
the supply accordingly. The market
sagged a little Just before the elec
tion, the iteulels feailng that If the
reciprocity Issue, were successrul In
lliu election the United Stntes mar
ket would Immediately suffer from
rush of Canadian gialus and hay.
As practically nil of tho feed.
Liuouiitlng to hundreds of thousand
or tons, consumed In Hawaii annual
ly Is brought f i oni the mainland, the
rise In prices Is will have a wide.
spread effect. Mr. King said this
morning that there Is no occasion Tor
alarm, the ilso being the natural le
sult of the failure or reciprocity and
the pievalllng high prices also.
The calendar for October was called
in the criminal court this morning,
when thu following eases were set for
trial or disposition:
C D05J Territory vs. Illronaka
Pnsxtsl to bee set later. Peters.
C f,05x Territory vs. (Iregarlo Al
barado. Set for trial October Si at
S:.in a. in Straus.
('. r.OJa Territory vs. frank Hawse.
Jur was wulvcil ami ease lontluucd
to be tried ut convenience ef counsel.
t' .10C0 Territory vs John .Mitchell
Set for trial October 10 at K:30 n. in.
I". ROCt, r.OC'J Territory vs. de Vere
Anderson Set for disposition October
S nt 'J a, in Chllllugvvortli.
('. C071 Te rrltory vs Hiilallo Por
tez. Set lor tll.it October 11, 8:30
a. in Defend int remanded to custody
of sheriff C'lillllugworth.
C Mir,, f,00 Territory vs. Lum Till.
Set for trial October 12. 8:30 a. in
C. Cost, f,085 Territory vs. K, Yn-
mnda Passed for present to bu set
later on application to court, Light
foot (' 50S7 Territory n. Mnllle Nash
Set for disposition October S at 9 a. m
V 00S8 Territory s J Dye. Set
for disposition October 9 at 9 n. m.
P r.dUO Territory vs. Turn Moon,
Passed for the present. Amlinde
(' SOUJ Territory vs Joe I'odestn
Petition to withdraw appeal granted
(' P. Chllllngworth
C COiM -Territory vs Jnei f Sllvn,
Passed for present. Cat heart.
(' r.Ofi- -Territory vs. Ilool.aaku
(Contlnutd from Pao 1)
It Ih also understood that the Chi
cago film was given an opportunity
to make tho deal with Mr, Castle bill
lid not do so, declining to meet his
lei ins alter a long pel hid of negotia
tion. The mainland concern Is, It Is
detlared, piep.nlng for the future by
seeming fuilher Holds and planting
al it number of places, The Ahulmaui'
I'liuueiy packed something like 311,0110
eases this )car ami will pack at least
fifty per tent moio next e.ir ,'u
anxiety whatever Is expiosscl us In
the ability tif tho cannery to gel pine
apples enough to keep it limning mil
fliilil what ran ho learned or the
plans, Ilio Hawaiian I'iueapplo Cum
pail) will mil elect n e.iuiieij up Hit
vviiulwaid side but will bring tin
pines In lis big plant al lulled mid
pack lliem llieie.
Thu llliaiielal delnlU or tho Hole
iiiiiipaii)' leaio fi nm Mi, Uasilo uiu
Cured by Lydia L:. I'inkliam's
Creaton. Iow.l.- " I vv.is trnnlilnl fnr
a lung tlmo with lnllnminatluti, palm
in my ante, sick
headaches nml tier
Yoiisiicss. I hail la-
ken so many modi.
fines that I wan
thought 1 wo ii ltl
never cut well. A
friend told mo of
l,)ill:i T.. I'iiikliKin'a
lioiiud and It re-
Htoieil mo to health.
I liuvn mi nuiree
pain, my nerves nro stronger and 1 can
110 HIV OVVU Work-, l.vdl.l f. I'lnLli.itn'a
egetablu Comjioimil cured mo after
everything elsti had failed, and I rec.
oninicnd it to other siilTerlnir women."
-mis. vv M.MlALs.uir, w. Howard t.,
ThOUS.1Utl9 Of linsollcltefl nnel mini.
Ino testimonials like tho aliovn iirovn
the eniclcncy of I.jdla j:. l'iiikham's
e setalile (Joini)ound. vvhleh Is nmiln
exclusively rrum roots and herbs.
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Women who suiter from those ills.
tresslng Ills should not lose sight of
theso facts or doubt the ability of J,)dl.i
1.. I'inkliam's A'egetablo (Joniioiind to
lesiuiu cueir neaiiii.
Tf S'flll S7tltlt e.m.nlnl na1vtum !,
toflfrs. I'liiltliiini, at Lynn, Mums.
HI If! will trint. torn- liillnv na
Htrlctly confidential. Fur SO yvan
sue mis neon iieipinir hick wiiiiu'H
In tills way, free of iliarije. Don't
iirsirimi wruo at uiiue,
I'lesldent Pratt or tho llnaid td
Health Is er pleased with the way
hi which the Hinltniv. survej Is work
lug out. The householders are an
swering all the ipiestlons that aro put
to them without an) hesitation at nil.
So tar Iheio has only been one kicker
mid ho objected to the liisM.-ctor mea
suring tho size, or tho windows ill
the house. At the samo time tu coun
teract this, ono lady had all thu ques
tions wiltten out when tho Inspector
(Irent things aro expected to be
coming from tho vnilous Improve
ment clubs throughout tho dlstilet
ami they nro to bu given a chance to
show Uiclr usefulness to the com
munity. There are about eight ipies
tlons on (lie Hit which take a long
time to answer In many cases. Thoj
peilaln to the location of thu ccsu
sjol, the lnaleil.il It Is built of and
questions llku these. Mimlogruplis
have been struck tiff and thu Kalmukl
Improvement Club have led tho wa
by tillering to have these distilhutcd
to uverjoiie in their district. In tills
way the Inspectors will have to wasto
tlmo trlug to find out nil theso mat
leis but will have them all lead).
With this sunc) It Is going to bo a
lush Job to have It finished In tiliiu
unci evertlve minutes saved at eath
place adds up to a big total. This
taken In conjunction with thu readi
ness lu which thu householders are
meeting the icipiestu of tho boa id
means a great deal and President
Pratt Is rejoicing ut tlio wa things
Them were other things liesldeH
passengers that looked good to Ilo
milulans who awaited the arilval ol
tlm Oceanic liner Sierra this morn
ing The popular "feiry boat" was
well laden with ii record cargo of cold
storage piovislons Including largo
shipments or fruits, vegetables ami
gastiouniulcnl dainties u wondrous
The Klerra steamed clown lu legu
latlou tlmo Purser Tom Smith le
ported a lino dip and ever) body h.ip
p) Keveiity-elglit cabin ulid twenty
dick passengers well! landed lit
(beanie, wharf bcfoio S o'clock tills
morning Tim .Sierra hi lugs a huge
cargo ft oiii the mainland ami In tho
hold there) Is being discharged L'.'.Ml
Ions merchandise, nulling which me
iiilislgniiieiits of ilium satks cement,
r.oO bales liav, lloo sacks barley and
sundries. Thieo siuloiuoblles were In
cluded In thu list.
Tlie postollleo letelveil 117 nark8 ol
later mainland mall The passeiigeis
Included u number or tourists who am
visiting the Islands lor the Hist Hum.
Hovernl local sthool teaeheis reluilieil
ill the vessel
Hoigoailt reldllliiml ll.itlenflel.l,
stationed at I't. Lesivfiiuoilh, tom
lilllti'd silli'hle bcouilHO or desi.imd-
me) over Hop.u.itlou lioin hlu tweet-
I j& YOUR NEW I
I M FALL SUIT I
I hi 4 v IWw I
M 'SS-W? lomiaiutii: yuu. HtllVC
I flvJ$M$Kk new stock of Men's and I
wm irzjrinmasm .,. tvt ...,' i7n o.
11 rV M tIUbII wuiis men & ran ouits
H W&M I W jfslCft I h(m !in C llVinil rrnml Ion IH Jt
I Sfi tUrCS a')()llL lLSC clothes you can- HI
MV Iff ill not gcL in olllcr "akcs. They are ?
B UwjySJif shown ill :il:inrc vnriclv nf nntt'rnc
I wilMtil satisfy you thoroughly on the cjues- I
MM 9W Agen ts for "PHOENIX" PURE SILK
I Uk HOSE for Men and Women I
I atWT I
VICTORIA, II. C, Sept. lfl. Mcc
lives went on thu steamer Makura
on lis arrival from Australia today
lo Heaich for sumo thieves who had,
been busy on tho voyaeo.
After the liner left Honolulu a!
number of passengers reported ttii
Captain (llhb that watches. Jewelry'
and money had been stolen 'from tboj
stato rooms. Tho Unto pl.ier of,
Sousa's baud lost four Instruments.
In Hi., cl. ,f, (.,......1 1.1.1. i ,..'
... ..,- o,i,k iiuiiie-i, iiiiim-u niifier
fcoino engluo room stores, two gold
watches and n brooch wero found and
two stow aw a s were uncoveied. Sus
picion at II lit t attached to tlm stow
awus, but thu lohherles continued
utter thej had been locked up.
The detectives could find no trace
or tho thieves.
BULLETIN ADS PAY'
Whitehead & Hoag Cd.
Badges, Buttons, Banners,
Gold and Enameled Emblems and Pins,
Leather Goods, and Metal Novelties
The Chas. R. Frazier Co
122 King Street
V.ilMtJI ---.- -v " i - h
0VlUfif and wc can ,lL yu perrcctly and
rifi'tl nun in unue. i'
J. A. QILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(iiiti.VMXi, .niumic .m'm.MiI.i:ii)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
loitT sritixr, xi:.ii .moi-haist,
Represented in Hawaii by
-. m -tHUtmm ws&&ms & eWi
. AWcrw ?
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UULUCTIN Allfl PAY-
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