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-MgMWHWFinrwliT' f'i"farTrrfflijtyl - , Hry" wMwg-" W" . H.Ul WOMEN READ THE ADS AND BUY THE GOODS ArttW "J The local merchant needs a H From San Francisco: Mongolia Sept. 1 Ventura Sept. 6 For San Francisco: paper that reaches the greatest number of people In their hornet. THE EVENING BULLETIN fills the evening field and guarantee advertiser both quantity and qual ity of circulation. " " " " KV., . . l! Manchuria Sept. 8 B Alameda Sept. ,20 9 X . Korea Sept. 22 From Vancouver: ' Aorangl Sept. 23 For Vancouver: Mlowera Sept. 20 fc f L "VJ 3:4b O'CLOCK the bulletin is Honolulu's home paper EDITION 'nrrimniiniimnintinntnntmtittnitMiaa Vol. XVII No. 3170 HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. SKPTEMBBR 5, L905 Pbiob 6 Oknth. mnr"!i'!nr ' . f . 'v r3K?w:r.uii. inMn- , - ..- ,. - jrLiir7i tQMRr MB1llwiPIIII1llwllWWIwlllwwlPIW , , JVkv'' ,, - M MJ-fM !- liw. . B a- , r w- ; 7't'. J I ' irrkurn Tin m. - 8 tS"1" -- . .. M . , " H it e t Evening iaaal aaV WT F"" "" tBT "1 IbB"'"B "PaT aaV wi n U JLdjJJJTlIN BM .F- ia IiaV H iaV.IVIaVllaV aV i rl- i i jjit . ! ""&,? v "Sit Itf-u-iS ' v ;- 1 r ," 'A. ' M r tC i l' ' - i "Ati toy t. - t i WE r ' RSlflRa ..Vrt cra .-fcy. iiaaaaaaBaMBauafa'LLs. k. f. i.- KSC 4? V I IBIMkW9KEaBKfjBaBBBftV . - ''itiW.ljr'Lv WW .i- raatjafjtau " amri ' fl . l - Kl. ' laJFHKG' .. -v. -p. tew a r "laBPK i ... k tJ.O ', fefi&iv HH'ja r r V.;.m ' ttUiIi . . M HASKIT:lvBJJaaaBaaijr P5?r i PWKJLSrjs, v r-A'- '&'? y.!- j-emrm& . & ms: rxsrr PEACE TREATY SIGNED Rice Goes hi Mil ft THE VICTOR Immigration Board, Says Jftck,, Suffers No Setback i r. HI J HOTEL Begging "Talk about the development of oth er Industries than sugar," said Sena tor U L. McCandlcss this morning, "why they don't want any other Indus tries than sugar to live In this Terrl tory. "Why here's Hawaiian rice going to the dogs and what are they doing to pikvent It. We oro telling the rice at $3.25 In Honolulu. The other day wo sent a man down to tho plantations to see how the rice was selling down thero and we found that the price was 94.26 In the Chinese store and rlco to the laborer costs at the rate of (5.25 a bag. "What do you thlnkf The producer .s going broke on the production of Hawaiian rlco and here they aro selling It to tho laborer at a figuro that would Clve all kinds of profit. "We are exporting rlrc today. Over Eli hundred bags will go out to til? Coast on the Sierra and It goes there simply because we can gel more for our rlco abroad and tho foreign rice brings n better price hero than the do mestic. Isn't that a state of affairs? Do the planters want other Industries to thrive?" Nolle Prosequi Entered In Rest Of Boyd Cases What might have been n dl?atrou flro at the Moana Hotel was averted today by the prompt action of Max Kuhn, engineer at the. Moana. Kuhn discovered a small flro In tho gutter over the hotel kitchen and a few bucketsful of water put out the blazo. Had the flro galnod any headway Be- dO 11 m BIS CliHLDREN 1 M l SEVERAL HATTERS SET FOR TRIAL VERY SOON MIDDLEDITCH AND PERRY ARE AGAIN AS8IQNED TO DEFEND THE MURDERER TA- OATA. Tho criminal calendar for the present term, which opened this morning, was called at 10:30 o'clock today by Judge Robtnson, who will be trying criminal castes during tho rest of this month, while Judge Lindsay tries to wind up the Parker Ranch case. County Attor ney Douthltt appeared tor the prosi cutlon. The Ave E. Vivian Richardson em bczilement, cases were the first called and Douthltt announced that be wai ready, "I like your nerve," said A. O. 11, Robertson, for the defendant. "Thero are hills of particulars to bo furnished first" j The cases were accordingly pnsscti for the tlmo being until tho bills of particulars could be furnished. In the. four embezzlement casn against K. S, Boyd, Douthltt announc ed that ns lloyd was In jail nt present lie ould nolle pros the rest of the cases Hgalnst him. S. P. Cbllllugworth, for tko defendant; btutcd that ho had no objections. The cases of Ah On, charged with acccptanco of a brlbo as a pollco offi cer, wcro set for trial next Monday at 10 a. m. Judgo Humphreys, appearing for tho defendant, announced that hi LITTLE CEREMONY BUT ALL REJOICE PORTSMOUTH, N. H., Sept. 6. The treaty of peace between Russia and Japan was signed today. The draft does not differ from the previous an nouncements. There was little ceremony on the occasion of the signing, but general rejoicing followed the event. MMMWW"nVW ':"" ""?.r"",,r. ,W "" VMi,v .intended to ra.se the question as t. Secretary Atkinson this morning In- water, medical attendance, etc.. w.hat Governor Carter's eldest chudrcu,whetl'er the term of court had not real, dlgnantly denied that the Doard of 1m- wages they are prepared to pay and 'J T. L. ,' " .,?". Z1 b.ii..i,. n.,. .,., unnwn L 1P1. 'c court opening today In migration, the chairman of which ho how, large number they can employ. - vcry'0no one., ' l"Dcss." 'and Phoebe, aged 7. entered etfl,a'J f WAr ai ; set This same "The Doard Is at-present sawing Ing for was oyer obtained at the first SJTt WtcEl C5er believes In tho public school. ' "?.'; wooa," eontinuaa Jack, "we are wait- ww. J pl"ul w"' " " en. Tho alarm was at once turned In and he believes In Hnwalll public lng for the reports of tho directors "Prt In " ?L"lT, .h nJrt and flro-wagons from both tho Bereta- school system. of the various plantations. They will about .ecrecy on , tho part o th .Board , and ,w tatto gtatted on th Somo Umi dagog or othcr ,. report to the commltte.e of tho Plant- Is all poppycock. Wo have had no Walklul roa- ThB ennM nnd ho,e. dlT.dIla. who drom)ed the tube with ers' Assoclauon, especially, chosen for meetings except puoiio ones ana we nr,ini .tatlon Ktonni'ont clvinir hi. name, rane un a b the purpose of enquiring into the Im- wish to have publicity In order to have migration question. This committee the public with us." will report to the Planters' Assocla- "uo lu" "" i.j. Judge RoblpSOn has 8gned an order 'atatlon reached th hotel, but the fir to us. . . r . . . t ., A .., "What we are doing at present with re-asslgnlng to Judj;e Lindsay, ha was already out, .. I rPtii fl t.A la BimnneaJ tf tiaw Awlirtnnt. the committee Is to obtain from the chambers, probate and .equity matters, I e(J bjr8parhll om the kltchen cnm. planter Information In regard to what formerly assigned to him by Judga ney falnnB on dry ieavei ln tbe gUtter. cart from Beretanla station stopped. out giving his name, rang up a bust- near Thomas Square, the flro belng'un- ncss man this aucrnoon, sending over. der control, The patrol wagon and un, the. wire this message: j nglno and hose-cart from the Maklkt "Governor Carter's two children started to the public schools this morn ing, a la Roosevelt, inducements they can offer Immigrants Lindsay. I Alan nfAU n AM am fr fnnfv a! iu tuo nuj ui yvi utnucut uuuica, tuvi s-iiiiQvVfl tKialalHialailiaW jljredgenjaniins MAKERS NEW yRK Correct C hikes for Men The EVENING DRESS CLOTHES That bear thl label have made It unnecessary for men to any longer, pa exorbitant prices, or to submit to annoy .lng try-ons, delays, and fre quent misfits. They provide Dress Suits and Tuxedos that In style, fit and finish are the EQUALS of the choicest custom tailor work at much less cost, ready to wear for Instant service. jljredenjamlns AAKERSflfWyRK FOR 8ALE ONLY BY The Kash Company, No damage was done, The report spread downtown that tho Moana was burning down and there were a good many spectators on the scene within a short time. The information, reaching the ears, of 'the press, was verified. The Misses Carter are", enrolled In the Kaakopua School, Vineyard street charged with murder, whom they have already onco before defended on as. ilgnment The following cases were set foi trial: Ah Lum, charged with conduct ing a lottery, Sept. 12; Kawasaki, ch fa tickets In possession, Sept. 12; John K. Nakookoo, libel. Sept 13; Stephen (Umauma, libel. Sept 14; Wishlmura, bribery, Sept. 15; Fusblmura, bribing (Continued n Page 6.) Jeffries Will Act For $1,000 Fee SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept 6. James J, Jeffries has consented to um pire the Drltt-Nelson fight, his fee to be $1,000. China's Minister To France Changed PARI8, France, Sept 5. Llou Shun, First Secretary of the Chinese Le gation, here succeeds Soueng Paske as Chinese Minister to France. Trains Heail-On DENVER, Colo., Sept 5. Three persons were killed and 21 Injured In a collision today at Brush, Colorado. A passenger and freight train on tho Burlington and Missouri road collided. Cholera Record BERLIN, Germany, Sept 5. The cholera record today Is one death In twenty-four hours. The tbtal case to date are 77 with 24 deaths. o O. J. Holt and Chris. Holt hav.e filed ad meurrer to the petition of J. K. Col- Acting Durn to sell the Walalua lands of tho Manager Harry Jeffery was downtown R. W. Holt estate on the grounds that In his automobile at the time, but ar- that fact alleged do not entitle the pe- rived within a few minutes, the danger tltloner to the relief prayed for, and then being already past that the court in probate nas no juris Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin Office. A PLACE OF SAFETY for valuable may be found In our safety deposit vaults which are designed for the storage of household valuables of ewtry description at all tlmes of the year. Tho safes rent from 95 A YEAR UP. LIMITED AGENTS. Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd, Port St red, Honolulu diction in tbe matter. Judge Robinson will call the even- numbered eases on tho civil calcnuar tomorrow at 9 a. m. His jury is re turnable tomorrow at 10 a, m. New Rugs . FINE . ASSORTMENT OF CREX QRA83 RUQ8. J. Hopp &Co. Young; Blcfg1 YELLOW FEVER DCCREA8ES. NEW ORLEANS, La., Sept 5. Fifteen new cases of yellow fever are re ported today with two deaths. HEATH IN US II FOR AUQUST IIS YUR THAN UST Sixty-six persons died ln Honolulu during August, Including 37 males and 29 females; C Americans, 2 Britishers, 11 Chinese, 2 Germans, 26 Hawallans, 12 Japanese, 4 part-Hawaltans and 3 of other nationalities; 38 blrhts and 47 marriages rcro reported to the each claimed from 1 to 3 victims. Board of Health. The AuguBt death list shows a de crease of 29 compared with thecorre spondtng month of last year, Tlree deaths wero through accident. There wcro no murdors, no culcldes and no hangings. The summary shows deaths caused as follows: febrile, 7; diarrheal, 4; septic, 3; dietetic, 1; constitutional, 12; developmental, 1; nervous, 3; cir culatory, 3; respiratory, 9; digestive, J; osseous, 2; accident, 3. 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