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nized as the leading home favorite.
'. There Is a logical reason for this
preference. r. Clean, home newspa
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hjve (h confidence of their readers
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HOME PAPER IS THE BULLETIN
THE BULLETIN IS HONOLULU'S
LEADING HOME PAPER. 8
Vol. 2CVII No. 3199 I
HONOLULU. TERK1TOBY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. OOTORKll 0. 1905
Prior 6 Oj:nth
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A ileal was consummated this morn
ing whereby the Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Limited, purchases from W. 11.
Chilton the two-story building on thf
northwest corner of King and Fort
streets, occupied by the Chambers
Drug Company on the ground floor, no.'
Attorney II. E. Hlghton upstairs, for
the sum ot $36,500.
The Hawaiian Trust Co., In securing
this valuable corner, purchases a fu
ture home. It Is the intention of tht
Trust Company, before long, to erect a
splendid modern office structure on a
rlto Including the lot Just bought, to
gether with adjoining property which
it expects to secure by the time the
great building will be started.
The Chambers Drug Company 'wilt
continue business at the old stand, it is
said, until the expiration ot its lease
-th Wall, Nichols Co., a period of
alVit three years.
The Chambers Drug Co. lease from
Wall, Nichols, who leased from Wil
liam K. Chilton, who has Just sold to
the Hawaiian Trust Company.
Mr. Chilton stated this morning that
tho transfer ot the property was com
President J. R. Gait of the Hawaiian
Trust Co. was seen by a Bulletin re
porter this forenoon, In reference to
the transaction. Mr. Gait had the fol
"Tho Hawaiian Trust Co. has pur
chased the corner lot now occupied by
tho Chambers Drug Company. Wo
bought from Mr. W..R. Chilton. The
price paid was $3,500, The area Is
1138 squaro feet. We have made this
purchase for a future home for the
"I have long considered the location
as the best in the city for a business
such as ours. The Territory Is advanc
ing In an encouraging manner in busi
ness, and the business of the Hawaiian
Trust Company is dally growing larger
"We are looking forward to tho es
tablishment ot tho homo of tho Trusit
Company In a modern office structuro
on the corner at King and Fort streets.
To bo sure, tho lot Just purchased Is
not very largo, but by the tlmo wo
start to build I hope wo will bo able to
secure adjoining property on either
side of tho corner lot. This adjoining
property Is owned by C. M. Cooke Co.,
very friendly to the Trust Company,
interested In the Trust Company, and
1 think there would bo no difficulty In
arranging, by co-operation, or other
wise, for tho erection of a modern of
fice building on tho corner, to extend
ns fnr as the Wall, Nichols, alleyway
on King street, and down to whero tho
Uoluen Hulo bazaar used to be on Fort
"The condition ot business In Ha
Correct Clothes for Men
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waii and tho bright prospects fully war
rant an Investment of this nature on
our part. II we havo to wait two or
threo years before putting up a new
building, there Is meanwhile a good
profit In the Investment. It Is nothing
In tho way of a speculation. Wo con
sider It a good Investment.
"It would be my idea to erect a
building In everyway up to date and
to make It tho handsomest structuro
in tho city.
' "All large Institutions ot tho kind,
nowadays, havo complete, accommoda
tions for ladles. Wo would havo a la
dles' department Much ot tho bus!-
'ncss we do Is transacted for Indies.
Whero we are situated now thcro Is
very llttlo room. Wo need large quar
"Wo have recently renewed our
lease here, but would anticipate no
J difficulty In transferring when wo aro
'ready to build. Wo have been so
crowded that It has been necessary for
i us to build an extra room, as you Bee.
Then we should havo much larger Bate
I "Mr. Chilton originally put the Fort
land King street corner In our hands
I for sale, but the price ho asked wax a
little In tho way ot sale. Finally we
I considered the purchase ourselves,
believing that It was the right time
to secure the property for the Trust
Company's futuro permanent homo."'
It Is saWl that when Wall, Nichols
leased the corner from Chilton, Thos.
Hobron offered t purchase it for
$50,000, threo or four years ago, but
Chilton at that time thought it was
(Continued on Page 6)
ill 1 01
One Sham Pilia Is wanted.
A man, representing himself as Plko,
the real Plko having a warrant comlnx
to him from the County, for work per
formed, secured the real Plko s warrant
and cashed It at the office of the Comv
The real Plko presented himself, k
ed for his warrant, was told It h4
already been Issued, and immediately
went to Secretary of the Territory A.
L. C. Atkinson with bis trouble.
Atkinson wrote a note to County At
torney K. A. Oouthitt, In re complaint,
and Douthttt Is now endeavoring to
cab the Sham Plko and place him
where he belongs In Jail.
Your business Suit should show as
much Individuality of fabric, style and
tailoring as your dress clothes.
Appearance frequently means sue
cess In business today.
If you choose a suit from those
you'll have the " last thought " of the
best dressed men of New York and
London; adapted to the use of the
moern American Busslneas Man.
The variety of styles and models en
ables us to fit the figure and pocket of
every man PERFECTLY.
?10 to 24
FOR SALE ONLY
The Kash Company.
I OFF FROM
German In Hawaii is
Silent When His
DUKE OF MECKLENBURG
WRITES CONSUL HERE
GRABBERT LIVES AS CHARLES
BROWN AND WON'T WRITE
OLD COUNTRY OP HIS
'Why don't you write a letter home?"
says His Iloyat Highness, the Duke ot
Mecklenburg, through the German Con
sulate In this city, to Dernhard Grab-
bert alias Chas. Drown.
For soveral days an ad. has appeared
in local papers to tho effect that In
formation was wanted regarding tho
whereabouts ot Seaman Dernhard
Grabbcrt, alias Chas, Drown, "last
heard ot In November, 1885. Horn in
Schwcrin, Germany, March 18, 1850.
Imperial German Consulate.
Inquiry has brought forth the Infor-i
matlon that Grabbert, alias Brown, is)
at present In these islands, lie uas
been hero many years; he married here
and has a goal sized family. He does
not wish ever again to know his folks
back In Oerpiany and has never writ
ten them of his whereabouts or doings.
His friends in Germany, apparently
very anxious to learn something ot
htm. went to the Duke of Mecklenburg
and asked' that he use his Influence
to locate the lost member of the family.
'The Duke addressed the Imperial
German Consulate here, and an effort
Is being made lo send back definite
Information, but the man livlngliere as
Charles Drown will not come forward,
although It Is not unlikely that a bunch
of Charles Drown will now arise, each
to declare he Is not the man.
Drown Is well connected In Germany,
but for some mysterious reason he
wants nothing more to do with his fam
ily In Germany.
It Is not supposed that the disposi
tion of any fortune Is at state, other
wise Drown might not be so silent.
. ON m MONTH
Two Chinese, previously and unsuc
cessfully charged with gambling, are
now being prosecuted for having "no
visible means of support." A young
Chinese was put on the stand to test!'
fy against the older men.
This weo Celestial slings a tray at tho
Pacific Club and gets $15 and board
Tho older men got back at prosecut
ing witness by declaring that his main
falling was with the ladles. He spent
money on women and wine, they said,
and led a swell life as a luxuriate on
$15 per month.
Lady Diana de Verc Huddleston,
who died In London reiently, left a
will bequeathing $90,000 to her ser
vants, and directing that her ashes
niter cremation should be placed In the
oak shrlno awaiting them at CuurtK
H.mlc, nnd burled with those of her
husband, which she. had canted with
her whcicver dhe went for fifteen years.
A Trust Company Is or
ganized for the purpose of
taking care of other peo
ple's money. It enjoys fa
cilities In this respect
which makes its services
Trust Co., Ltd.,
Fori Street, Honolulu
Hinted At By
Kinney And Lightfoot
SAYS JACK LOW IS NOT A PIGEON
The tedium of the endless proceed
ings of tho Parker ranch case was
somewhsj relieved this morning by a
uui nine Bimi uuiween . . mnney
and Joseph Llghtfoot. Kinney used
language which Llghtfoot objected to
and said that Kinney would not dare
uso to him out of court. Kinney game
ly accepted the implied challenge bj
offering satisfaction. For a moment
bloodshed was expected, but the thing
Anally ended In a mild fizzle.
The proposed settlement of tho liti
gation was tho first subject on which
Kinney examined Llghtfoot.
"What answer was made to Sam
Parker when he said ho was tired of
ail tho whole thing?" asked Kinney.
"Parker said that J, S. Low could
discontinue the matter. Magoon and I
pointed out that he could not. Charget
had been made against tho court's of
fleer and tho Court would not allow
the matter to drop by tho mere filing
of a discontinuance," answered Light
Embezzler Will Receive
His Sentence Next
NOLLE PROS'S ENTERED
IN BOTH AH ON CASES
SEVERAL DEFENDANTS PLEAD
NOT GUILTY FRANK FISHER
TRIAL BECOMES VERY
Henry Kapea, the former mploye of
the Hawaiian Trust Co., who skipped
with some of tho company's funds and
had to be brought back from London
by extradition, this morning withdrew
his plea ot not guilty to the charge of
embezzlement against him, and substl
tilted for It a plea of guilty. When
Knpea first appeared before tho court t0(trm l0 wag dieted as Supcnlsor, Rlggs, Honolulu; F. II. West, Wnlpahu,
ho seemed Inclined to put up a strong 'B1j nBklug that his certificate of clcc- Oahu, excused on account of deafness
fight for his freedom, but recently A. ,on j forwarded. Atkinson turned by Judgo Dole, Sept. 19, 1905; D. P.
G. M. Robertson, ono of his attorney, jt10 lnucr ovcr to tho Attorney Goner-' Kcllett, Honolulu; Geo. 8. i:ans, Ho
announced his withdrawal as bis coun-j-,, Department. " ,,ocs not seem nolulu; Jno. A. Johnson, Honolulu, not
sel, and now the stylish young man ; pfobahio that tho certificate can bo In the Territory; Thos. A. Hays, Hono-
seems to havo resigned himself to take
his medicine. Ho will be sentenced by
Judge itouinson next inursuay morn
Deputy County Attorney Mllvcrton
entered nolle prosequls In the two cases
against Ah On, tho former police offi
cer, charged with accepting a bribe;
and In tho two cases against Chang Ah
et a!., charged with maintaining and
conducting a lottery.
Charles Santos, charged with dis
abling a member of tho body with
l UlUllllUUB UUl-llli OUIUII1UI1 1HIUU,
charged with selling liquor without a
license, nnd W. II. Knox, tho promi
nent colored Civic Tedoratlon worker,
charged with assault and battery with
a weapon obWotisly nnd Imminently
dangerous to life, nil entered plots ot,
(Continued on Pfccie 4.)
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS.
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Suits to measure
ual cost of material
bor ? .
Levingsuon S Roland
"Explain why you In drafting th
letter to A. W, Carter frbm Fred. Wun-
'denberg stated that Wundenberg would
I use his Influence on J. S. Low to pep
snade him to drop tho suit?" asked
"Low could havo nsked the Court to
have tho suit discontinued. He him'
self had no power to flo so," said
"What did J. S. Low say about the
proposition?" asked Kinney.
"I havo no definite recollection
of any conversation with Low about
a,' answered Llghtfoot.
"Did you not uso J. S. Low as a stool
pigeon?" asked Kinney.
"Your question Is Impertinent and
rude and I shan't answer It," retorted
On Kinney's motion, the Court In
structed tho witness to answer.
"It Is slang. I don't Know tho mean
ing of the words 'stool pigeon.' With
(Continued on Page 4.)
Secretary Jack Atkinson returned
yesterday from Kauai, where ho went
to attend tho Kancnllt caso as a wit
ness. The case Is a Kauai County
row which rjino from tho fact that D.
Kanealll, who was elected as Supervi
sor for the district of Hanalcl, Is al
leged to line forged tho signatures
which appealed endorsing bis nomina
tion papers. His political opponent
nnd rival, C. II. Willis of Hanalel, In
tituled quo warranto proceedings
against Kanealll to oust him from bis
Supervisorial seat in order that he
himself .might occupy It In tho bear
ing of the matter before the Kauai
Circuit Court, at which Atkinson wa
a witness. Judge Hardy decided in fa
vor of Willis against Kanealll. County
Attorney Wlllard appeared for Willis
on.A Thl mninlnu the Secretary ro-
celved a letter from him, stating that
. ,, ,,.,, ,.nl nnnnnent In tho
eiVP wiliu heforo tho Supreme Court
hn8 ,c(.ded 0u Kanealll's appeal.
J. Hopp & Co.,
ami Judge Edlngs for Kanealll. The -"','""" "' ""r""'. "" ;i.rr. . -n,n.t.m, f ii,.nr.nH j,t.
"Z"V"1 "'I '" r " .....It W. BblMl.. Honolulu: J. P. C. Abel. "The duties and functions
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, " V.. V:"'.' "',:'.::,. ". . Honoulu. oxciito. Oct. 6. 1903: ThomM Brand Jury aro of an exalte.l
..L .i..,L r .i, nmnn. nf thn! Gandall. Honolulu; II. P. Walton.. Ho- In a sense It may he raid to
. ....... nnlii ii nnf In "nrr Inrt'i V I
BERKELEY, Cal.. Oct. 9. President Benjamin Ide Wheeler led the stu
dents of the University today In fighting a grass fire that threatens the build
ings of the University. .
HUGHES REFUSES MAYORALTY HONOR.
NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 9. Charles Hughes has declined the Republi
can nomination for Mayor, Mr. Hughes has been conducting the Inestlgatlon
of the life Insurance scandals.
SLOW JUSTICE OET8 QAYNOR AND GREENE.
SAVANNAH, Ga., Oct. 9. Gaynor and Greene, who were recently extra
dited from Canada, arrived here today and were committed to Jail Thess
men were Implicated in the fraud for which Captain Carter has served a term
Vy ANOTHER STEAMER GOES ASHORE.
EUREKA, Cal, Oct. 9. The steamer Argo is ashore on the Eel River bar.
No lives have been lost. The ship will probably be saved.
MOD CALLS FOR MURDERER'S LIFE.
EDNA, Texas, Oct. 9. Monk Gibson was captured today after a hunt of
several'days by a body of armed men. The man Is charged with having mur
dered his family. The Jail In which he Is Incarcerated Is surrounded by a
KILLING RESTORES ORDER.
MOSCOW, Russia, Oct. 9. A number
troubles. Order has been restored.
The October term of the United
States District Court opened this morn
ing, tho Grand Jury being selected
nnd charged by Judge Dole. Marshal
Hendry made the return ot the sum
mons of tho Grand Jury as follows:
W. H. Decra, Hllo. Hawaii, excused,
clerk of court, Hllo: Walter Desney,
Honolulu, not In the Territory, nnme
noiutu, noi in lerruory;
gland, Honolulu; J. R. Glllilaud.
nolulu: U C. Abies, Honolulu; J. M.
, lutii; David Goldstein, Honolulu, un'
dor age, 20 years old; Eugene Duff an
deau, Honolulu; C. J. Flshel, Honolulu;
J. W. Ioccpa. Honolulu; Robt. S. Ka
lnnul, Paaullo, Hawaii, letter returned
Sept. 22. .J05, not at Paaullo; Arthur
Frlas, Honolulu, not In Territory.
Eugeno Dutfahdi-uu was excused as
he Is a County employee. John Walker
did not appear.
District Attorney Ilreckons asked the
remaining Jurors the usual set of ques
tions regarding their n.uallfUat!ons. In
addition to there he asked If any of
tho Jurors wero dtlzcns by nnturnllza
' OUR NEW
j lJOR TUB WOPK'NG MAN
No other shoe In the world
has so much value In It for the
working man as this shoe. It
Is made of the strongest Tan
Willow Calf, especially de
signed for hard and rough us
age. This shoe was lately
adopted by the United States
Army, It Is made in the new
Regulation style, with Bluch
er cut, double solo and plain
toe. The shoe Is from the fac
tory cf Rice &. Hutchlns, mak
(HI 111 OPENS
.. I I..I n .lln..tn..ia. tnt.ti l'n 11. I fIHl Itllt CIlftrCD AH TOIIUWIt!
ers of our All American S3.50 and S-1.00 SHOES
for men. It Is the second largest factory In the world. iV
SPECIAL ATTCNTION GIVEN TO ISLAND ORDERS. 0
have been killed here In recent strike
tlon, evidently having In view the dif
ficulty which arose on Hawaii when the
point was raised that persons natural
ized by Circuit Judges were not legally
naturalized. In this case none ot the
Jurors were naturalized.
Judge Dole stated that there were
not sufficient Jurors left to form a
Jury. He ordered the Marshal to sum
mon enough additional Jurors to make
twenty-three. At 11:30 a. m. the Mar
shal returned tho following: C. J. Lud
wlgscn, J. Lucas, C. S. Hall. Henry
Davis, E. I. Spalding. C. R. Collins,
T. C. Poor. I de L. Ward, E. H. Paris
and J. L. Love. These were all ae-
ccpted and sworn. Judgo Dole then
(Continued on Page 6.)
ALL MAUIS' MAY COME
Dr. Davison ot Maul is In town and
claims that he Is tbo manager ot in
All-Maul baseball team which he thinks
can whip tho 11. A. C. champions.
The Doctor makes It conditional that
Barnoy Joy will not pitch. It Is claim
ed that Maul has a stronger team than
It Is proposed to' have a series ot
threo games, tho team winning two to
bo declared tho champions.
Tho Maui team is willing to comi
o'n a pcrccntago hails.
An amended petition has been filed
by Antono Rodriguez et at. against
Kalama Rodriguez et al., bill tor tho
appointment nf a new trustee.
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