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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1911,
SUGAR MEN WAIT!
" Benjamin Clothes"
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PERPETRATED BY WALT Ac DOUGALL
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(HOT MARTIAL VANIMAN WILL
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Deputy Attorney Uonrrnl 15. Wlilto
Kiiltnn IIiIh iniiriilni; Mlllnlrou' Iiln mo
tion Unit tliu bill for 1111 rnjiinrtliiii en
tercil by llmry T. .MIIIh hkiiIiisI 'the
Hojnl of IfiMiltli 11111I lln incnili'iv of
the miiiltation roiiiinlttro slionM bu ilN
mb)iril. Iln ao wltbdrtiw tlio Hiippb'
inontiil niiswfr to wblcli MIIIh tirnloiui
uir. TIiIh fiiHi tiilini In onlcr to i--IK-illto
niMttiTH In tlio Injunction xult
liropcr ulilcli conn's tip for bciirliiK to-
inonow inornliH: nt 10 nVlnrk lifforu
JuilBi' Wllll.tm (-. Wliltney In tlio Cir
At ti o'clock there In the cnro In
which M Ills Iiiih hrotiKht a iiiotlou to
debar Iho nttnrnry Kcnerul from pro
ceeillni? with the ono for tno ilefenil
nulH. owlni; to the fact that, , ax Mills
nllci;eM, It N lilt duty lo look after the
Interest of tlio private peoplo of the
'Iheie l to ho tlio tcKiilar incrtliKT
or the I !o, 1 I'll of Wealth at holf-piiKt
three o'doiK thU aftenioou, Seernl
repoilH are to he presented and the
iiHiial coi roHpoiuleiico.
Dr. I'nitt will 111. ike his iiHiial rr t
Cii prexldent of the hoard and will t ''I
the niemherH Junt nli.it Iiiih been dono
duiiiiK the week and alun what wiih
talked over HiIm luoriilim at t lie confer
ciico with tlio (lovcruor.
Local miRnr tnen are lookliiR for
mini .Willi keen Intercut to 11 ineetbiK
n Kifroio 011 Deceinber 8 that in.iy af
fect tlio price nf xiiKiir the world ier
Thlt N tlio "HriiMiolH cotivcnllon" which
ban been called for December 8 11s n
medal nieetliiK. nn earlier incetliiB hav
ing failed to rettle the Important point
now to ho taken up
That Important point lf whether Itui-
rlu N lo be allowed lo export iiiorothnn
200,010 Ioiim of susiir. If Hlisfla In ill
low eil to esport more, wwiir men ra
ther expect that prices will bo Konie
wbat deprcKxed, thoiiRh Jut what the
effect will he l ImposMlble 10 nay now
Thlx peculiar situation U duo to the
formation f the llriiixfls convention
xoine yenrx iiko The convention In nil
rKiinlitatlon of reprexentiitlvt'H of a
niimbir of I5iiripenii couiitrlcM to pre
vent hoiinly-Hiiported xiiriiih from be-
Inc Imported Into thec countries, and
rock farther iih It nlo to xomo extent
roRiilatcH production and exportation.
llerninny, Autrla, IViiiicc, Holland,
nelRlum and (ireat llrltalu nro Includ
ed In the incnibcri-hlp Iltisskl Ih not
11 full pirty to the (onvi'iitloti, hut In
dorsed by (Ireat Ilrllala. Ik 11 xlronK
f.ietor In It. Uiixxl.ru exportation Ix
limited lo lon.iioi) tons by tlilt conven
This year Ituxxla has .1 hli; xiirpluxof
xuRiir, while crop fallurex In many of
the other countries lmx produced
xhortiiKe elxewhcre. Aunnllncly, It Is
now proposed In xiiini ipiarlcrs Unit tlio
limit be raised niul Ilusxl.i lio allowisi
lo market 11 Inrce p.irt of the surplus
outside her own boiiuihii !
Tin re Ix some tulk that If the limit
Is lifted, ltiixxhi will expoit Ifo.OOH toim
adilltloiinl However, the effect will
not bo felt nl once, as action by the
convention must be refirred lo the re-
Kiieetlve Kovernnientx Interested for
Tlio convention committee held
inectlmt on Dclober .'7 and following It
tlio fnllowliic eahleKram wax sent ti
"Uussl.'i proposals Increase of exportx
favorably received hv lonviulloii eom-
mltlee jextenlay N xx.iry legislation
may cause Ions delay before llnnllty.'
FOR LOVE IS
The general iiiui't 111.11 HM which lias
Icon niilercil tn try the cibo of l'rlv.itu
liiKetie Love of the .Marlon Corps, who
wax arrested n H,m Kranclsco ami
-econtly lulmiied hero, lo fuco ti
chaige of iuisajiiruirliit!nR Govern
ment pniporly, will ennveno toinor
mw niiiniliK?. Tlio nesxlonx will be
hclil In tlio iccicutiou hall at Camp
Lieutenant H S. KliiKshury has heen
appointed JiuIko advocate of Iho cittrl,
the other members IicIiik: l.lciilen
mt II. 11. Pratt, Second I.lciilcnnnt
15. A., nialr, Second Lloiit.ciiaiit 0. A.
Johnscm, Chief IloalHwaln V. A. Ken
ney and Chief ( miner P. nohiiin.
Captain A. T. Mailx Ikih been up
iioluleil enimsel for tlio licensed.
I.ovo vvaH cleik of tlio post ex
chaiiKu al ('.imp Very, and whlln there
Ijoio it Kimd repulalloii, both as a HV
iller and pcisniially. Ho loll on the
liner Slciru October 1 nn furlough, hut
heforo Iho nlilp anheil In Han I'ran
clxco It was illHeiivcn'il'tltnt h1oip. of
tlio post oxcIkiiikc had been le-itohl
wlioleK.ile, nmt l.uvo's anoxt followed.
N15W YOU1C, N. Y, Nov. 8. Thonlr
ship Akiou probably will not attempt
to lly acrosii the Atlantic until next
year. Thl'i decision wax nnnouncedto
nlRlit after 11 conference between ,Me
vlu Vniilm in and I'. A HoIIhtIIiir. The
mnim Klven Is Hint the" preliminary
lllRht List Salurd.iy demonstrated the
iiecisxlty of lust.illlm; a third ciikIiic,
as originally wax planned. To do this
work anil make other minor changcx
xuirKcstcd ly H.itnnl.iy'H fllRht, It was
exul. tlned. would Involve dclav xiitll-
H'lent to carry the tlmo when the next
trial IIIkIiI could lake place. Into Do
ccnibir. when weather condllloux are
llkily to be udvcise.
HAS CREDIT BALANCE
Tlio lirteeiilh annual accouiitH and
report of the trustees of tho llernlco
I' lllshoi .Museum Trust havn been
lllcd III the Circuit Court fer tho master
to report on
The total expenditures show an i1.-
72-1 31. while the iirelptx mill up to f7.V
Creation of a national corporation
coiiiiulsslon with power to 1011I10I and
rcRiilate l.irRo buxluesx eulei prlsex eii
RaRed In Intel xt.ito loudness K ndvo
ciitcd by Intel etalu Coiuinerco Commix
l.llNDII.N', I5mr, Nov l:l The tllobe
Ix nuthorlly for tho statement that
(Icriuaii capltallxlx, bniked by tho (ler
niaii Roveilunent and with tho pcrxou.il
Rood will 11ml sympathy of the Kaiser,
aro planulm; to loillil 1111 ocean water
way ax 11 rival to tho l'ananm Canal.
Thu roulo favored Ix piehiiniahly one
via the K.in Juan river and l.uko Nlca-I
r.mna In the republic of Nicaragua.
If this repoil Is correct It will hi
11U0 a illiicl ilalm by (icrin.iuy 011 Iho
I'lillul Stales for recognition of tho
foimcr'x light to a permanent foothold
on American soil xeviial hundred miles
neai er tho t'nltid Slatex than the Pa
nama Cnniil Itself
loin) ji'ht ur.cr.ivi:i) rito.M hiiatti.ij. coun ki:d and
PAT. Al CONDITION.
PARKER RANCH TURKEYS
Hid IT5LLOWH, Will. I. Kill).
AUSTRALIAN DUTTEX ITNIIST (JL'AI.ITV, 10 CJ5NTH A
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBIION &. LOUIS
Flmirenec Ward Dack from Midway.
Tho cilhlo supply xcliooner I'luiir
eneo Wind, niailo a Rood trip In 10-
lilltibif? from Milium Ivhiml (.online:
in Iho hai'hiir anil alungxlilo tho wh.irl
by ten n clock last nlKlit. Tho Hiiur
eneo Ward left a iiuaiillty of Hitppllex
ami a Hhluuieut of soil. Tho 1'lnui-
enrc Wind hrlngs it conslderiihlo
iintoiint of tho famuiis wlilto sand
from Midway which I1ii(Jh 11 ipady tuur
kot with local contractors.
There Ix a noxslbllltv that Iho lit
tle schooner will ho dispatched for
tno lonely I'.iciiic isint in utile to ar
il wi nl tho ruble, slntlon hy Christinas
ii'id thercfoio soive as 11 Sanlit Cl.iux
Shlnyo Selling at Eleven Tomorrow.
Tlio Japanese liner Hhln(i Mm 11
with lirtreu hundied tons oirgn for
Himululii will lonuiln heio until clov
en o'clock toniiii row nioriiliiK hofoio
sallliiK f"r San rinnclseo. Honolulu
diovv 17 cabin, 1 second class anil HI
Asiatic Bteerago passengers of which
i weto I'lllplnos. Tho lliroiwh list
Includes "a cabin, 2 sccnnil class mid
till Asiatic sfeorago.
Tlio Shlnvo carried In transit to tho
II1.1I11I11111I r.llOO tf.nu f.f.tia.r.il ..,.i-i. 11 .if
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which 9b'J bales of silk makes up a
goocuy poruon 111 1110 hiupmeni.
'For Sale" enrds at llullctln..
AFTERNOON SPENT IN
ARGUMENTS ON POLICY
Argument took; up most ot tho time
In tho Federal court jcstenlay artcr
110011 when the tilul of Sergeant .loan
A. McMnhon charged with tho iiiur-
rter of A. N. Cederlof nt U'llelnia wan
coiniuenceil. Tho Jury was tho chief
came of Iho trouble.
Two ixilnts wore iniilcr discission '
"'Irst as lo Whether when the court
went nut lo lslt tho scene of th"
tniinler tho Jury should ho allowed to
wnnder around as tho members liked
or whether they should he kept In n
hunch like Cook tourists and shovvp
each particular KP'Jt. Tho second
matter was as to whether they should
bo locked up anil tho newspaper-
kept away from llieni.
On tlio first point Judge Charles I
demons tesorved his verdict. United
States District Attorney Hubert W.
Ilreckons vvua In favor of tho Jury bo-,
lug allowed much liberty whllo At tor-1
pev Uirrln Atidtovvs who appears for
the defem-e wanleil thctu to ho kept
Declailng lint they inlglit bo biased
thioiigh reading tho newspapers, Au
dtewK wauled no papers 'to bo given
tho Juiors. Ilreckons took Iho other
view of II, however, anil ipioleil au
thorities to back h',H contuntlou up
Judge demons left the mailer to
tho Jury hut advised Micin that Iho
best coin so to tliko was not to lent
mi) thing; at all, "II Is probable that
you will tin your ility and do It better
If )ou do not read any articles about
this case," lie concluded,
lie also ruled that as 110 evidence
hnd been taken tlio Jury could k
homo for tho -night Instead of helim
locked up. Andrews took exceptions
to nil the ruling, of tho Judgo and
especially so In regard to tho news
papers. Judge ('lemons after An
drews had finished further admonish
ed tlio Jury as far as tho uowspnpcni
SEE THE HOLIDAY GOODS AT
nnronE paying your chriot
' MAS GIFT3
MILLS OBJECTS TO
Harry T Mills has II let a motion
nrotestliii; against the attorney gen 1
frnl taking' up tho caxo for tho de
fendants In the Injunction suit hrourht
by Mills against 'tho members of the
lloiril and Health ami tho sanitation1
committee. Mills stales that tho al-i
torney general has no legal right to
inter Into such caxss, 11 x ho and his
staff are Hiiro to aid In the protection
of private property.
Mills has also filed a motion to have
the supplemental answers by Dr Cur-
rln mill 1? .T. ltn, hlif.n ulroi e on! on thn
grounds that thn imxwvrs are and lu
truth 11 confession of tho allegations of
fact lontaliied in the plalntllfs hilt for
What 11 woman likes iiboiil a novnl
Is tlio fact that II couldn't have hap
pened In real life.
And Six Months Hence
HE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure ? If'you
want wearing, lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
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slH I I I J 1 klj PATENT M 1 1 It 8 ft ilPI
FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERIES
We are now taking special orders for specialties for
Choicest in the city 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1
PUMPKIN PIES CRANBERRY PIES
25c and 50c 25c
FRESH PASTRIES and CAKES of every description
PLUM PUDDING FROZEN PUDDINGS
ICE CREAM, all flavors
CANDIES Gunther's and our own make
Hotel Street, near Fort
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