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Tlir ninrn nrin ill Tlir liniir IO .TUP mnrn tiiit nrrri rn Tiir limn ni rnr hii JtrjPw'THmmt8mnrai;jWWW inr rarrn nrou n nr niimr ia i nr rarrn I HA I .Nriiir.N Hr mm r Hr k tkk r STEALER TABLE. Prom 8n Francisco: Sierra Sept. 27 Alameda . . Oct. 6 For 8n Franelieo: Coptic i Oct. 3 Siberia .' ....Oct. 17 Sonoma ...Sopt. 26 From Vancouver: Aorangl Sept. 23 For Vancouver: Mlowera . . , Sept. 20 4siiil-- for 92.OO o The Bulletin Publishing Co., Ltd., will deliver The Evening Bulletin (or three monthi and Good Houtekeeplng for one year, or The Ladles' World for a year or Physical Culture for twelve months. f2.00 FOR THE PAPER NO A MAGAZINE. Bulletin " 4&6 O'CLOCK THE BULLETIN IS A HOME READ PAPER EDITION nnmrotnmani Vol. XVII No. 3187 JJSQ HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. HKPTHMBKK 25. 1905 Puiob 6 Cjintb. Evening i- ' , ' Irwin Pays $124,000 For 3,000 Acres Of Paahau Cane Land M'l uuui William O. Irwin has purchased threo thousand acres ot land on the Island of Hawaii, adjoining tho lands of the Paauhau Sugar Plantation Company, paying $124,000 for the property. The plantation has been leasing the land from tho Parker estate. One-third ot the three thousand acres Is good cane land and sugar men consider that Irwin struck sometnlng of n bargain. This ileal has been contemplated for some time. This morning It was re ported that the transaction was com plete. Mr. Irwin was seen by a Bulletin re porter and stated that tho deal had been consummated. "You can state," said Mr. Irwin, "that I have taken tho Paauhau lands, about 3,000 acres altogether. I paid $121,000. Tho land will be used by the Paauhau plantation. About one thou sand acres of It is very good cane land." Wm. O, Irwin & Co. are agents for the Paauhau Sugar Plantation Com pany. Mr. Irwin returned from a business nnd pleasure trip on tho Dig Island In the Klnau on Saturday, Speaking of his trip, Mr. Irwin de clared that he had observed a wonder ful Improvement In tho Volcano House since lie was there last, about a ear ago. "Lycurgus has made a most attrac tive resort of it," he said. Mr. Irwin remarked on the splendid condition of the Pahala road to tho Volcano, except for about four miles. He thought this weak spot should be at onco remedied. He found the Volcano fairly active and attracting a great many people. WORLDSWONDER' After spending four days at tho Vol cano Hotel I leave with the conviction that Kllauea is ono of the great won ders of the world, surpassing by loug odds Vesuvius, the only other volcano 1 have over visited. I do not regret having traveled nil tho way from Munich, natavla, to lsslt it. MRS. LILY MAY LAYMAN. 1 RANCH Tho reliable old Parker ranch case, which was Interrupted by tho vacation of tho Circuit Court, came up again for another Inning this morning before Judge Lindsay. V. A. Kinney, J, J. Dunno and S. M. Dallou appeared for tho Carter faction, whllo the Low forces wcro represented as beforo by The case wag taken up at the point where it was broken off. Eben P. Low, (Continued on Pfcge 4.) New Rugs A , FINE ASSORTMENT OF CREX GRASS RUGS. J. Hopp &Co., Young; Btdo; MM LI UD1ES Have you been to cooking school? Isn't it Interesting! These and other expressions of ap proval aro frequently heard among tho ladles since tljo lecture last Tuesday. Tomorrow Miss Tracy will give her second lesson at tho Hawaiian HoUl which will begin promptly at 10 a. m. tho subject will bo "Luncheon Dishes.'1 The menu Includes Pureo of Green Peas, Drolled Steak, Baking Powder Biscuits. French Salad, Bavarian Cream. Thcso lessons aro under the nusjilces of tho Oas Company, who ex tends to all a cordial Invitation, AGAINST MHUB Tho action of E. B. McClanohan against County Treasurer Trent In re gard to tho Andrew Adams blanket warrant occupied a strenuous half hour before Judge Robinson this afternoon. Judge Whiting, appearing for Trent, filed a supplementary answer In which was shown tho resolution passed by tho Board ot Super; If ors last Saturday In which It was shown that the contested warrant hadv been cancelled nnd was now in the hands of County Auditor Blckncll. Whiting thought Hint under thcso circumstances it was no use to go on with the case. Judgo Iloblnson stated that It must be assumed that the warrant had been surrendered by Adams but McClanahan filed a motion to strike, out the sup plementary answer nnd protested on tho grounds that It was not ono of tho Auditor's duties to receive warrants for surrender. If Blckncll had acted thus ho had acted in his private capacity and not ns Auditor. The court stated that of course the tcsolutlon was un satisfactory, and McClanahan pointed out that the court could not assume the surrender, asking why any man should surrender a thing of value. "The court Is bound to assume that tho Supervisors acted lawfully and that tho warrant was surrendered," said Judge Iloblnson. "Otherwise the ac tion of the. Board of Supervisors would bo absurd." "That," replied McClanahan, "would not be hard to assume," The court finally denied McClana ban's motion to strike and dismissed his petition. McClanahan noted an appeal. Ill QUID AFTER TRENT AGAIN Another mandamus proceedings Is reported pending against County Treas urer Trent. This time It Is expected that mandamus will bo sprung to com pel the payment of what has come to be known as the Krazee warrant, the blanket warrant drawn originally for testing the merits of the "blanket" system. TAKE 1 STREETS E. E. Paxton, formerly with the B. T. Dillingham Co., will succeed O, M, Rolph as assistant manager of Alex ander & Baldwin nnd as secretary of tho corporations represented by thnt firm. Mr. Itolph leaves for the Coast tomorrow to tako charge ot tho Crockett refinery. Edward Pollltz Is on board the steamer from tho Coast to arrive Wednesday. No ono knows what Pol lltz Is coming down for, though som claim it Is in connection with Honu kaa. Tho Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso ciation advertises tor laborers under New Today. iTf il m i milt 1 tflfedReniaminsf? -VT MAKERS AltV.yRK fl "Prttct Clothes for M;n Sr-3C. 1 ' i ' 11 1 n& m i -W8L JLKL I . JL' siaeSKSTrsKK I jwktcse - a: fi m ri NBinv.. "... riri.n: jwv'n juu; j $1 fellf3 ! Jll&iSlIff :i rzmwmmm '"'. Uf .! V , Yi I ri:lK w$ HC -I'wiv "C?W -J VllMIM llllMllMIBIIlMl'ril lllllll ! Mens' Business Suits Your business Suit should show as much Individuality of fabric, style and fett. ff.lllnrlrn a vmii rtwam hIaIUa fl 1 " ! Viwum, I1 "HHca,',l-w lisijuenuy means uc im; ten in business today. ' u ii you cnoosc a buik rrom mosc j, laucica jljredenjaiiiiii5 HAAKERSAJEWyoRK Tho Walalae, Kalmukt and Palolo Improvement Club has big things' in mint and intends to make the sections of tho city whose names appear In th title, of tho club the most beautiful and attractive on the Island. Somo loeent notable additions to tho club's membership Indicate tho spread of Interest. Now tho club has on hand, ready for planting, some four thousand trees of mnny varieties, and these nio to In used In ornamenting the street ot the residence tracts In Palolo, Kalmukl and Wnlnlae. , Walalao acmit' will oventunlly ho n splendid, shaded thoroughfare and, when permanently lmproed, one of tho best roads In the Territory. Good work was dono by tho club's executive officers while the Lcglslaturo was in session, looking to tho macadamizing ot Walalae road and Twelfth avenue, but tho County Act bnd the right of way and knocked this business off the track. Now the club looks to tho County Supervisors to take care ot tho roads lu that district. At a recent meeting of tbo Board of Supervisor! members ot the Improvement Club pre sented their ideas and were assured of tho co-operation of the County Fathers. The club by no means want so-called repair work or temporary lro provements, preferring, since funds available aro necessarily limited, to havo only a poitlon ot tho Walalae road permanently improved to havo this and other roads Improved piece by piece as County finances permit. Said Zeno K. Meyers, prominently Identified with work ot the club, thU morning: "I think it most Important that tho Territory at onco take over (Continued from Page 1.) - Horse Shoeing As An Art John O'Bonk, tho man who couldn't find n Japanese In the County ot Ha waii able to comply with the horse shoeing license law, Is lu town. Ho doesn't Intend to stay however. He takes tho steamer tomorrow for tho mainland and doesn't Intend to cpmo back. It seems possible, that he mny say a few things nbout tho row raised In behalf of the poor Japanese. "I was ono of the examiners of tho Japanese horseshoers who camo up to pats under the new license law," said O'Roak this morning to the Bulletin man. "Twenty-seven camo beforo mo and not a one could pass. "I first gave each man a bar of Iron nnd not one of them could 'turn a shoe.' Not ono could adjust a toot to receive a shoe. I waB offered all the way from $50 to $100 to pass some of these men but I am not In the busi ness of taking bribes. As I nm going to the Coast someone clso may get a chance at this money. I examined according to tho proper principles of horse shoeing In vogue throughout tho United Stntes. Down here in Honolulu tho examiner, I understand, first sent the men to a keg ot ready mado shoes and had them take one out, and two days nfter they wero called upon to make n pair of shoes. But that ain't the art of horse shoeing. 'I asked my men something about the foot ot a horse. Ot courso they need not be veterinarians but n com petent horse shoer ought to know some thing ot It. Why ono man In Hllo handed tho Sheriff $C0 nnd he was not quick enough to take the opportunity offered to bring him to time for brib ery. The Sheriff asked what It was for and tho man said he didn't know so tho Sheriff gavo It back. "I'm going to get out ot the coun try. The only question' about tho horseshoeing license law Is whether thj people down here In Hnwall want the law to bo enforred or bo a dead let ter." IBM In I AND If ii uws mm Otto Keller, Theodore Blanforth and Dctlov V. Nolteng, three deserters from the German sh,lp Mario Hacktcld, were this morning committed to tho custody ot the United States Marshal until tho next Oerman ship arrives here, by which they can bo deported to Germany. The three sailors, together with ono other, named Fritz Ganslrg. deserted the Hackfcld together to follow tho fortunes of Captain Wclsbarth, when that modern viking went on his la3t trip to Laysan Island. Tho trio was arrested on Its return In Welsbarth's schooner last Saturday. Gansbcrg will nrrho hero in the Woodbury, to which esscl ho was transferred while at Lay san. H M FORJHE ZOO It Is. expected that a tiger which passed through here from tho Orient on tho S. S. Doric will iclurn to Hono lulu In tho same boat tomorrow. If his tlgershlp Is as handsome and ns fit as ho was on tlm upward trip ho will become tho property of tho Kalmukl Zoo, to delight tho hundreds who find pleasure In lslta to that popular re sort. ATTORNEY 1 Mil The trial of Frank Bcrtlcmann, con tinuing In police court this afternoon, Is getting exciting. Defendant's attor ney. Strauss, thinks Deputy County At torney Mlhcrlon is trying to accuse Ucrtlemann of all tho crimes in tho calendar, since Mllvcrton's questions cover a wide range. Strauss declares that. If necessary, he will subpoena ocryone of Bertlemnnn's 800 directory subset Ibcrs to proo defendant Is not guilty of gross cheat. "Wo wilt block tho County Attor ney's office for mouths to come," says Strnuss. "Go abend and subpoena the whole city," says Mllvcrton. PRINCE FERDINAND OF SAVOY SAILS SAN FRANCISCO, pal, Sept. 25. The Calabria, with Prince Ferdinand on board, has (ailed for Honolulu and the Orient. J -, The K.xniniiicr say: On a tour of the .world, the Italian fourth clns eruwer Cnlnbriii arrived in upper San Frnncfeco Jay yesterday iiiorniiifr. Prince Fernando of Savoy, who is tho eldest son of tho Duke of Genoa and cousin of King Victor Kuuuaiiuel III, U an of ficer of the warship. For tho next ten day, which will ho tho length of tho venscl's stay here, the Italian colony will bo busily en gaged in entertaining a member of Italian royalty. Prince Fernando is twenty-one years of ago and is n midship man. Ho takes Ins turn in ollicer ot the day as well as tlioe who cannot lntnst of being related to a monarch. This is the first visit of the Calabria to thi port. She sailed from Venice February 4th and cruied along tho Atlantic and Pa cific coasts of South America, stopping at the principal ports. Front here die will go to Honolulu, Xcw Zealand, Australia, Portico, New Guinea, Japan, China, Siam, India and thence to Italy by'wny of Suez. Sho is n vessel of !1,000 tons and was built in 1S00. Ucr armament consists of four 0-inch, six I 1-2-inch, four 2 1-2-inch, four 1 1-2-incb guns, two Maxim guns and two torpedo tubes. Tho Calabria's engines aro twin screw and under forced draught tho warship is nlilu fo make sixteen knots an hour. r ' I ja'ISfWM CITY COUNCILMAN SENTENCE DTO JAIL. OMAHA, Neb, Sept. 25. Five members of the Omaha City Council were today sentenced to thirty day In jail and pay costs as the result of a suit charging them with violating an Injunction and passing an ordinance enter Ing Into an agreement with the local gas company for an extension of Its. franchise. o VLADIVOSTOK IS ENJOYNG PEACE. VLADIVOSTOK, Siberia, Sept. 25 Business of this port It resuming peaceful activity very rapidly. Many vessels are due to arrive with cargoes. Ono Dnenpoit was this afternoon peacefully perched on the rail around tho park fronting tho Young Hotel. Ono of Honolulu's finest cops smelled whisky nnd told Dacnpnrt to go home. Davenport, It Is said, told the police man to go to Hades. Tho pollcemnn then Insisted on taking Davenport with him nnd half dragged him to Foit street whero the patrol wagon picked them up und Hew stntlonwnrd. It Is reported that Attorney General Andrew's Is packing up his books In nnticlpatlon of his trip to Shanghai. HOME RULERS AT IT The Home Rulers, In convention at their new headquarters near Kukul street, today, are formulating a new constitution to conform to conditions brought about by County Government. A large number ot young Portugueso will mcot tonight for the purposo of forming tho Young Portuguese Athletic Association. A baseball team will be a feature ot tho organization.! Notice of discontinuance has been filed by W. A. Kinney In his libel suit ugalnst Samuel Parker. Thcdcfendaut Is to pay costs. The funeral of tho lato Isaac Noar will tako placo from the undertaking parlors of II. 11 Williams at 10 o'clock tomorrow. STILL THEY COME mut::sntr::::::mt:!:m:tt!ttri::::r.::nn::i II rMi? rATP VHJG VVlfi FOR As Committeeman to enter tain the Ladles from the Ore gon Journal. Kittmitrowr.sturowmwtmiuw Alec Morrison 1 Ned Crabbe 4 Frank Melntyre 1 H. M. Whitney 1 Jack Doyle 1 C. Hustace Jr 1 A. Berg ; 1 H. H, Walker 1 J. S. Martin 1 W. 8avldge 1 P. J. F. Ehlers 5 J. TK McGrew 1 W. F. Dillingham . 1 UNION DISSOLVED ON FAIR TERMS. STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 25 The Norwegian-Sweden protocol pro viding for the dissolution of the union, provides for a neutral zone and the arbitration of minor matters of difference before The Hague tribunal. o ' KOMURA GOING HOME. NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 25. Daron Komura will start for Japan on Wednesday, going by way of Vancouver. .... . ... i onsOnXrJ-orJ-onon:- -rJ-o.T.'-o.-uo.'-orw-o-!- r.vori- - ii HIGH GRADE SUITS V MADE TO ORDER For little moneV ! 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