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be REGULAR STEADY always
wound up by human Integrity and intelligence.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CHINA SHAKES OFF MANCHUS
NEW DYNASTY IS
(Aasorlnlcil Press Cable, )
WASHINGTON, D. C, NOV. 3.
NEWS RECEIVED THROUGH OFFI
CIAL CHANNELS HERE TODAY IS
TO THE ETFECT THAT A NEW
ERA DEGAN TODAY IN CHINA.
GEN. QUAN SHIH KAI, MADE
PREMIER ONLY A FEW DAYS AGO,
THE THRONE HAS PROCLAIMED
A CONSTITUTION AS DEMANDED
DY THE ASSEMBLY, ALONG THE
LINES OF THE BRITISH CONSTI
TUTION. THE TA CHENG DYNA8TY IS
PROCLAIMED, WITH AN EMPEROR
TO RULE FOREVER, CONSTITU
TIONAL LIMITATIONS TO HIS
POWERS BEING IMPOSED.
THE REBELS HAVE TAKEN
SHANGHAI PEACEABLY, NO RE
SISTANCE BEING MADE.
FROM HANKOW COME8 NEWS
OF SLAUGHTER AND PILLAGE.
$50,000 GOAL1 -
(Associated 1'rcHM Cable.,)
IMPERIAL JUNCTION, Cal., Nov.
3. Aviator C. P. Rodgers is today
within 184 miles of Pasadena In his
flight from ocean to ocean for the $50,
000 Hearst prize.
He is leaving this point now and ex
pects to reach Pasadena within a few
II omw crM.
SUN-FLAG WAVES AND SUBJECTS
CHEER FOR EMPEROR MUTSUHIT0
Birthday Marked By
Celebrating I lie birthday nnulvcr
F.iry of Ills Imperial .Inpancso Ma
jesty Mii'Hiililtn In Hawaii nol, On-sul-tlenoral
Sonlchl Uonti thin morn
ing oxprosBod to the II ii 1 1 1 1 n Dig
frlcmlly rclatloim lilch exist toiluy
between IiIh lelnml lanplro atiil that
of the Unilcil Stales. He said at tliu
Cniimil ile-Cencral, Hint the two c'ltm
trlcs, the United States ami Ja
pan, nrc onjojliig a tniicli closer re
lationship loday llinn over hoforo. lie
expressed IiIh greatest pleasure at tho
ncceptnnro by Ailnilrnl W. C. Cowlcs.
U. H. N.. and lltlKaillcr-acnornl M. M.
Macomb, U 8. A., of the Imitation
In Join In tho rcccl vlni; lino tonight,
during tho reception to bo Riven at
Hie Young Hold. Their attitude in
I lie matter, Consul-Ucncrnl Ujelio
nnH, is Inillcallvo of tile fact lint
they, as tho highest officials of tho
navy anil army of tho United Stales
hero In Hawaii, nro not only willing.
but anxious to iniko tho occasion one
which will aid in tho pcrpctiiitlon of
the friendly lelallonslilp between llio
I wo nu'loiis.
On the birthday of Japan's Emperor, Consul-General Sen
ichi Uycno today nave to the people of Hawaii, through the
Bulletin, the following message:
"Nichi Bei Shin Zen" "Everlasting friendship between
the United States and Japan!"
ARE UNDER ATTACK
CRpi-clnl nil Up tin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 3. Ar
gument has begun beforo the Supreme
Court to determine the constitutional
ity of laws passed under the initiative
and referendum. The Pacific States
Telephone Company is one contestant.
MURDERED NINE WORK
ANOTHER PLAN FOR
(Hls-cliil till I I ft I 11 Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 3. The
creation of a national corporation com
mission with power to control trusts
Is advocated by Interstate Commerce
Commissioner Franklin K. Lane.
Tho Federal (iranil Jury held n sob.
slon thin morning and then huh ox
cin.ed lor thrco weeks.
CSHT. III! I lot 111 Cable.)
CHICAGO, III., Nov. 3. A warrant
has been sworn out for a woman of
this city, suspected of having caused
nine deaths among her friends within
the past two years. The last case is
that of Bissonnctte, a policeman, who
(KixiIiiI Bulletin '.iM'.)
ENSENADA, Mex., Nov. 3. Two
thousand men of the Mexican army to
day swore allegiance to tho govern
ment, a new ceremony.
FIRST SECRETARY OF
(AfUUH'IntMl 11 KH Clililf )
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 3. Norman
J. Coleman, first secretary of agricut
ture, died today of apoplexy.
OAHU FLORAL PARADE PRINCESS
Promptly at 0 o'clock thin morn
ing, tho consul-Gcncral received him
Jrcds of .Ispincso rcliool children on
tlio third floor of tho Consul ito whoro
they pnlil their rcHpoetn lo tho Ml-
kailo'H representative In Hawaii. An
they entered Iho hall, thoy first turn
ed lo the portraltH of Kmporor Mut
Kiihlto and the Kmprcss of .la pan and
bowed, ilooply. This done, thoy bowed
It, llm rtnitl.fleiiertil. whfi wetrn rn'l
imlforni. Constil-ticneral Uyon'j'H nnl-l
form was brllllimt, IiIh breast wan ul-
(Continued on Pag 2)
Father Itougler. known nil over Iho Dr llru-o MiV Mirk ill. former
South ScaH nml for the pibt throe city nnd countv I'liMdnti. In a nworii
veurH owner of Washington nnd i'uii-, deposition In the i In nil court, this
ling Itliimls "down under Hie lino" Is, iiimnlni; 111.1 'c the rrtinrkilile slnto
In Honolulu Ho arrived from thu, meiit lh.it hl.i action In rl mini; the
mainland several davs ago.
ArrnnllliK to icport, ho li ih pr.irtl
eally nogotlalcd I'm sa'o of Iho two
Inland? to n llilllsh Hvmlloatc Of
thin, however, ho prcfcircd to say no
thing HiN morning, bejond st itllig
Unit he canmii inn.ee dellnllo au
i.oiinccmont at tills time
When Father ItmiRler nrilvcd here
on hlii way lo tho mitnland mil frnui
'.here to liunipc some bIx months ago,
the story came out that hi visit whs
In connection with tho sila of Hie
CONSUL-GENERAL SENICHI UYENO
The BlKhop nutate Ih not waiting for
the i: en eminent to eomo alone nnd
nrdrr Itx low ImihU llllcel It bus close-d
iioKtatlonH In a niBli with Iho Ho-
imliilii (.'oiiHtriattou & DrayliiK Com-
naiiy for an Important reclamation
Hcheme In tho Kalihl district, and till-
nmrnliiK work was Iickuii W. II.
IIuokh of the lontrnrtliiK linn hiijh
that It will bo carried on without a
halt 111)111 completed
Tho work Imnlvi'H IIIIIhb ii iiumbr
of ponds mid Ik In Una with tlm nun-
iiiiIkii for KeltbiK rid of tho wet lntidt
within the rfHlilentliil and IhihIih'Kh
sectloiiH of tho clly
Machinery Of Big
Mha Irinn Wndeliouso, dniifihtor of
K. II Wodohouso and Kriind-diiiiKhtor
of tho Into .1 II. Wodehoiise, former
111 1 tints commlRxIniiur hoio under the
momircli), will bo Oalm'8 princess In
tho next Floral Parade,
This announcement Is mado by Miss
Hose Davison, who Is In charKo of tho
pa-u ilders"i)ctlon. She announces
nl ho that Mnlokal's princess will bo
Miss Mary Mahoe, daiiiiliter of .IuiIko
Malioo. Miss .Million's choice will bo
us popular on Molokal us Miss Wodc
Iioiiso'h will 1)0 held,
Tho news that Miss Wodohouso Is
to bo Claim's pilneess will bo wel
comed.. A Rjilemllil ilder. she will be
III ovoiy way a llttlliK plluiess. She
is iceofiilzed us one of Honolulu's
best riders. Is u beautiful and accom
plished Klrl and will ro distinction
to tho seidion.
Miss Mary Malioo, who lias been
named tho Molokal pilneess, Is also a
Hawaii, Maui and Kauai will all
namo their piincoBscs within u short
tlmu nnd Miss Itoso Davison, who Is
in charKo of the pa-u ilders' section,
fceis that tills division will bo more
successful than over beforo. Tho siiuio
colors will bu worn as In provlous
jealB, each Island belli); icpresonted
by Its illbtliuthe colors.
Miss Davison is alie.nly liuril at
wink, nnd her putt of the parade Is as
far advanced as nu other i-ectlou, and
fatther than most.
PAC. ENO. CO.
TO BUILD BLOCK
With 'n bid of $18,275, tho Pacific
niiKliicorliiK Company was tho lowest
Mddor today when tenders wore open
ed In tho offices of Kmory Webb
for tho building that the C. M Cooko
llslnto, I,td , will erect on tho cornor
of Uorelnnla ami Niiuniiu, recently
bniiKht from tho Marfarlanos.
Tlio other flKures wero: Honolulu
"IiinlUK Mill, 18,890; Kvans, $18,VJJ;
Clmpln, 13,380; J W.tlkor, $22,710;
Lord-Youns ilimlneerlng Company,
Tho building Is to ho ono-stoiy, of
eencrote, with about 90 feet fiontiiKo
on oach street,
Tho complav ninehlnory that Is In-,
tended lo Bcep Iho town free of Iho
moKipilto and which will ho in full
mvIiik next weik Is already stirtltiK.
I hum ate Just about complete I
While thu dlstilet or tho city is K".
Iiik forward wiMi all speed, tho other.
ti.inrlinu ilT thn Ufirlf :,rn nnf ,lelll
oil. Arr.inucmetitn worn coninlcteil
this iiioinlnK b whlcli foity non-com-,
missloneil olllcers of Uncle Sam's
tiooiM hero will bo reiuli' to t iko
rliiirpo of Iho iuosiullo Mpiads.
Iiupment nnd siippllcH are beliiK
l-.iitlt.t.i.ttil ,.t,.l uti.tll.tc ,. imlm, I
., .in ....... i ,,.... ..,i,,,v.u ,,, .....m
Tho "eiliirntivo ciiinii.iicn" Is lnti.nl-
cuIiik ct'ith l.i The coiutul ten lu
Ii.iikd, A. U-wli, Jr., nnd Dr W C.
(Continued on Page 7)
mss .MKirri.xis ( ai.miii.
4 Fildiiy evening, 8 o'clock; lla
: wailau mass uieetliiK at Kaumu
kapill church; 8. K Kaiualnpilt
Saturday ovciiIiir, 8 o'clock:
Chinese mass meeting at llnllftl
Chinese Society's Hall, Klnc
street; t'ho (Jem presldlm;.
Also PorliiRticso mass mcetltii,
In I.usltana hall, under nusnlccn
! San Aiilonlo nnd l.usltann mi- 4
chiles, 7 IH) 0'i.loek; A. D. Castro
riiiiiilay owning. 7. no o'clock;
Japanese mans uicetliiR at Japan-
lol rhopr of tlie cilv ! row moiitlis
i.go when ihiler.i Inoke o it was tak
en beeaiise "f piisiaire broiiKlit lo
bear by the board or health and not
became. In Ills nilnlnii tlieie wai any
('anger of choltri spu-ad from pol.
Dr Miicknll's ih position ii exiecl
ed to play ail Important point In tlio
lulls brought bj Chine' e pol fictory
nien llulns, tho clly nml county to
recover ilamagcs for Iosh of business
when thu sliopc were cIokoiI down.
rrltn rli(tlr.i nut blent: will rcSIKin-
two Islands. Atlcr ho Ion, a topirt, Ullde ror Miicknll's resignation fiom
believed to have Marled fiont his 0 tUy physlclanshli. It was shown
journey to Kuropo, came that the silo that pol Bhops had been allowed to
had actually been made, (open after they wtuj ordered closed.
Father Itougler hlmscll, however, tsjm,d t ls rcniiltlug of tho disclosures
tfio only niaiuwlu ptn speak with an-vas tlio prlnclpil factor In tho phy
lliorlty about n ile'lt that his sllried, clan's reflgnntlon. II" hss alw.iya
the curiosity, ot all the Soulli Sots routondeil llitt the cpjslngnl Iho shoprt
hnnd it Is probable that thu dctnlla ato was not ueeessary.
not closed jet. I Ho expects to Iiavo Honolulu Wed-
Ho. oxpecls to charter a vessel hero Lesday next and IL wns llieroloro ue
noxt week and sail away for his lso- eessary to tnko his dopoaltlpiis. .Ho"
luted island home on I'.iiinliig. HoLialed Hint in Ills opinion, at the Utne, '
raid this morning that lip Ins not! there was absolutely no met! for tho
completed thn charter ct. It wasjpnl shops lo ho closed down es there
suggested that peilupi ho might hoi wan tlo danger coming fiom them
going to charter tho Ivn Mol, ihej Tho only reason (lial auch action
Fchooner In which Juden Cooper niidiwas tnki'ii was that tho prcsmro
Onpt. Miller cmro set off ror Ih" tic.i- iinmght to bear by tlio Tcrrltorhl
Hiiro Island of l'iillnr.i but ho lull- board of he.il h was M gre-it that tho
Hinted that ho does not Intend to do elt authorities had to do something,
so. Iho slates. o went heroin tho city
Father Itougler has spent most or tinuitiitlnn committee on April 12 and
thirty years in the South Sons ami Is asked them If they would hick hi in
known In prucllcally every g oup Ho up lr ho closed tho shops down na
Is a prlost and his activities lino boon .mked by tho board or health. Thoy
many and strong In his work.
BULLETIN ADR PA
said Hint they would and tho action
taken was following cm Ihls assurance
TREASURE SCHOONER PASSES
TO POSSESSION OF JAPANESE
Tin; Heciet Service, believes that n
dangerous gang of counterfeiters Is
operating on tho Paclilc Coast.
BIG SALES OF KAIMUKI LOTS MADE
Not since Its organisation has the people lire km king the higher elevn
Knlniul.l Uiinl Company experienced Hon when It's drj nml cool, and most
Mich iirtlvllv In siilniiban properly us or the people to whom wo have sold
has Biiddcnl diwlopiil dining tlio past have expressed coiihIcIi ruble conlldcnco
two wcd(H. I'oiir special ripieseiita- In the eltv's future, showing tliAt the
tlves Waltir l)ole, II I,. Hiitdiln- ih tic inlii.itloii or tho tltlans to clean
son, Walter llrnillcy mid (' II. Jen- up and do niinethliig lias had a ele
lilugH lire pioh.ihl tho busiest nun eldeil eltect upon the real estate situa
in Honolulu With three uuteuiioblli'S Hon"
at their illsposnl, tliey show Kuliniikl Mr Dojle nnd Dr. Iliilehlnson both
property to un nwiugo or iib'iut lirtieu seem to be full or smiles when Jouliilk
peeiple every iln). nnd lis u result over to thi'in about the Kalmul.l lot busl
$10,000 lu Kiilmukl leitii have been ro- ni'ss Last week tho company line nn
tailed during the past week. ad showing Its sine-ess lu selling duo
"I thought the jelleiw rwor report largely to Hie location nnd develop
last Kmidiiv would put us out of bus- mint or the i roperty Insteinl of sales
Iiii'hh, but Instead we have done in iiiiiiishlt ami ndveTtlslug, but It up-
liusluess this week tlmu w el id the piarx ft mil the activity ami results or
week be fore-," said Hrprcxeutntlvc the men in the Held tliat snleHiiianshlp
I !o)le "fm some unknown reason tlicnml udvertlslug do their part.
The llttlo BchnoniT Kn Mol, the prop-.
. ..... ,. , i..t. ,,. i..ut
eriy en eapcaio ireMi,-iie- .niini, n..
pasbeil Into the possession of a lull of
The Ka Mol, which on a re-cent voy
age) was completely oinlted for ii
treasure-hunting expedition to thei
South Simis, iiiuler the ellreetlon or Cap
tain Miller and Judge Henry I! Coop-
er, has laid n long ami vnrli'd career
In Hawaiian waters.
Tho Japanese sjiidleato lias agree il
to pay JiMiO ror the) ve'ssel, find n
portion or this sum, siilllcleut to bind
tho bargain, was turne-d over to Cup
tain Miller eonie days ago.
All sorts or rumors Imvo been set
iilloiit during tho past tew elays eon
cernlng tho mission of thu Ka Mol un
der tho direction or her new owners
It has hi'cn stated that the Japanese
would iikhIii lit the vessel tor nil ex
tended voyage to Islands which Ho fur
and away to Iho roiithward of Hawaii
It has also been said that olio of
the local lishlug companies was nt He
bark or tho proposition, ami that the
schooner would be used us no auxiliary
Another report was to the effect that
the Japanese Intended to enter the- lu-ler-lslnnd
trade and keep the vessel
running betwe-en Honolulu and ports
on Hawaii, engaging in about the same
sort of trade as did the Ill-rate d Mol
Wahlne-, wide Ii was struck by Hi"
lighthouse! tender Kiikul and utter
wards rniinilc reel with nil savo hercap
tain on board
This morning the Japanese who con
tributes! nuids ror Hie purchase or tho
schooniT stnteil Hint the vi'ssel was to
be placed In a trade or bringing wood
rrom ni'lglilHirliig Islamic to Honolulu
market nml they expect to work up u
large ami luelutivo busliu-ss along
It Is pretty generally understood that
the vessel wint tor a very conservative
llgure, when the apparent se-awortlil-diss
or the lu.it Is taken Into consideration
The mutter or llxlng up the Hcciibb
tor tho Wiiialiolo water pinna In con
nection with the big tunnel Hint tho
Oahu Sugar plantation Is planning to
run through Is now nenrly finished
"It Ih Just lu Its last legs," stated
tho (lovernor this morning, "and wa
Imvo got down to (hat stago when wo
can Btart limiting out thn pinpoaeil
SAN I'ltANCIKt'O. Cnl. Nov t
Sugar !i degree test. 5 30c Previous
SAN rUANCISCO fill, Nov 2
Hi (Is k8 alialHls Ills 10 1 td , psr
ItS. S.C.'C Previous iiiolieton, Ifis lid
Tho big rheeso lu Muy H Co'.i win
dow Is causing moru talk than tlio
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Atakea Streets