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For San Francisco:
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. Jli VENIN G v JtJ b LLETIN
VOL. XI. NO. 4431.
Appraisers woie iiiiiiicmI liy
Itoblnson (IiIh morning "fur llio
imsii ,or npprulslng llio pinpcrly iif
Charles Montnguo Conko, deceas-cil, fur
UlO llirIIIH! or llxlug the VillllO or nil
devises or bcipiesls under tho will of
valil'deceascd, anil llio Inheritance tux
to which tlio xnino mo liable." The up
pralsors mimed niu It. II. Trout, Henry
C. Hupal mill I'. I!. Damon.
Tin- Cooko will was nihil niliulltcd
to im oli.it v IIiIh luuinlng on Iho pell
(Ion or C. Montague- Cooko, Jr., mi'l
Claionce II. Cooko, letters tcstainent
nry being granted In Anna (!. Cnnki', 0.
Mnntnguo Cooko, Jr., inn) Cluri-nco II.
Tin' runcrul sen Ices woro lirlil ye
(onlay iiht llio lonulus or Mian Kmlly
lalK, who died nt Wnhhiwn on I'll
ilny, llio funeral being hold at ilu
D.ils linueo nt llio comer or Plllo-l
mill Young stioels. Tlio pill-lii'imi -worn
Cllffonl Wlilto, Vornon Oylsn.
Iriin James. IMmond Mi'laiiphv, I
lint Ughtfoot nml WlllUni Oudorklrk.
Iiilciiucnl nt, Nutianu ocnioloiy.
Depiify County Alloim-y Mllverlnn "Now that tho lloanl of Supervisors
this nioinliiK Knve Ili- Ilu I let I u n llins passeil mi onllnanco prolecllns the
nnnplcto slaleiiK-nl of tho Oily .mill .Intel ests or tliu slieets, tho teleiihono
li tjs poslllon III loKiinl to tlo
hliei-t eicavalou onllmuice, nml tho
Hlr It has cimncil In huslnesi clichs,
pilncrp.illy mousing criticism by tliu
Miilual.Telephono peoplo. He salil-
"In !"U tho Mutual Tulephono Coin
pauy inailc uii'iiKieeineiit vllh Iho
Teiillory by which llio eoinpiny
lil.iciil all of Iho lire ami pollen wires
on lis pules. It Is iiii'lcistoiul Oils
iiRieciuent wns lufceil on eeitnln ilv-lli-nes
or tho streets. This iiitiiiiKi1-
men has been In effect slnco that ilato,
i.p in inu preseiii tintu.
newest styles now
ready in ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.,
in Honolulu only
The Kash Co., Ltd.
Cov. Foit and Hotei. j,
Post Office Inspector tlare and Transpor
tation Officer flodson Taken Violently
III From Drinking Egg Phosphate
Am tlip ivt.nll of thinking choculuto
ORB llllOHpllilllM Tlllll-Hllliy OM'lllllg, U.
H. PnstoIIleo Inspector Frank llnro nml
Albert II. Hudson, clcik In tlio rail
way jMistal servile, contracted Iml
casoH of ptiimiiiiiu poisoning, fioni
which they havo boon buffering acute
ly over hIiici1
llio ulIlelnlH onleieil n ilownlown
hloro Kliniily aricr leaving tliolr
losperllvu olllres, mnl calloil for lint
phoshaleK. Afler ilrlnkliiK tliem, Mr.
lime took n oar for homo. Aflrr
loarhlns tlio, lunisu. he hwjm to feel
ipii'or nliinit tho rheiil nml Kloni'jrh.
Ho pisseil a inln-rahlo nlKlit. nml j'rl-
i!ii .-ifli'iiKHiu ho was liikuu iiinliluiily
III iml liml to i?n hoino In n rm-rlano.
Ho Mifforeil liitenyu pain all that lilcht
cmil w.is ili-alhly sick tit lilo Htmnnch.ifutiiro unless n rcillflcalo of lis ipinl
Wlillo im was nblo to ho In.liN oI1m Iflcnlluils la forllicomlnR.
eoplo coino uloiiK anil wnnt to ri
inovo our wiles fioni fifty isilos, Tlioy
ofTer fm- IT, conls ier liiunliiR foot to
plnco them In their comlults when
built, hut want the comity to walvo all
reslticllons nml icKUtallnus loutilueil
In tho oi-illiinnco,
"Tlio rcqulruitiPiilH of this orillnance
"Kor nny illsluihinco In Iho sheet.
Iho (Illy mnl County ileniaml th'o rlnht
Rrnnteil umler our charier, to Inspect,
wh1,hco flint llio work Is ilono luciitur-
(Continued on Page 2)
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TE&RITOBY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1909. 10 PAGES.
to lay, ho Is wim froln tlio effects or
tliu experience, (iml kcarcely nlilu l-i
Mr. IIoiIhui wont lo his homo short
ly nflor li'iitliiK Mr. Hnrfl nml vu
uIfo (iiken vlulonlly III, Ho niin"n-.l
with llio xnnio palim nx illil Mr. Ilni
nml wan In Rreat nwiiiy all tliat nli;!!,
nml llio next tlay, Ho recoveriMl tnor
rnplilly from tlio ellcct of llio ililn,
than Mr. Ilaro illil, hut la Ktlll ruelln,;
This Is not tlio flrnt cimi Ihat In. i
ivhiiKimI fioni ilrlnkliiK soino of the
Into roncortloilH, hilt It Is the
worst nisu of polKonlm; thai has
liecii ropoitoil. Wlillo liolli onicln's
will pinli.ihly oiillrely rerovor from
tho oxpcilcnco, they ilo nut fi-el It
Hiiro to tncklo I'Ki; pliospli.iti-s In tin-
WON'T PAY OFF
THL MAKEE CREW
Hawaiian Sailors Ask
Atlileil lo tho tioulilu In which llio
steamer .lames M.lkee has lately fouiur
llHelf, her erstwhllu crew hns now en-
IIM'''1 t services of Sheriff Jarrett
tn collect lliclr pay.
I'nunhl Manolin Knnlknwl, Joo An
ilro-.vn, Tli ok. Knlauvi, Sol. Knua, ""Hap
py Joo, .Jim. Keahl, John I'uii, .)no
Kekahn anil several olliers coiiHtltulo
tlio crow that Caplain Harry (Inliiii
pIkvci! on to Inko I he little steamer
up lo Honolulu from Kukiillinele. " '
Wlillo u 111 Ilo illsUuico out tlio shnft
or tho Mnkeo broke and (Inhan put In
lo u Maul port nml wlrelesseil for as
sistance. Tho boat wus comptolely
illsahleil nml wns tnwcil hero by tho
Mokolll hut tlioy nllcRo (hut Oiiluin
refuscil ly pay them off, Tlioy went
to Captain Miller, who reipiesteif them
In re I lie to warmer climates umT Kbeu
Low. Kbeu Low salil llio sanio thliiR
niu tlioy npiK-aleil to 'jarrett. Tlioy
weio In have Rotten ll.fiO a May.
(leo. T. Turner this inorninR was
seulenceil lo pay n lino of lnn In l'o
lien Cum I for sellliiR liquor without a
You Have Never
Had An Accident
YOU BAY? WEM., WIUT 8I
ci'uity iiavk you rou Tin: vv-Tim:-:?
you bkk oh iikar ov
IMCOIM.I-: lll-:iN(J INJUIIKD KVK11Y
DAY. IIAVH US
Write You An Accident
ONIJ THAT IS I.IIIKHAU UP-TO-iDATK
AND IN AN A-l COMPANY.
632 Fori St
fit tTl i.ui
Bulletin Advertising is Good
WA5HINOT0H. Oct. 4. Attor-
ncy uenerai wicKcrsnam nas given Wright made a spectacular ieht to
an opinion in which it is decided day in the vicinity of Grant's tomb,
that the Secretary of the Navy has He circled over the warships an
authority (o assign a surgeon to chored in the river andi'th'en about
command of a hospital ship. The the Orant tomb. coverinriin all
trouble arose over an assignment of twenty miles before' he' went to the
this nature during the cruise of the earth aeain. The ,wcathcr was nr-
Atlantic fleet, and was referred to
(he Attorney Qencral of the United
Kfnfm Inr ltl ripitlnn
States for his drision.
REDDING, Cal., Oct. 4. Gover
nor Gillett met President Taft here
at an early hour this morning and
welcomed him to the State. The
train proceeded to Sacramento,
where a (public reception will be
held in the capitol-building this eve.
NEW YOHK. Oct. 4. A pretty
ceremony took place on the battle
shin Minnesota today when the $10,
000 silver service given by the State
and the stand of colon triven bv the
children of Minnesota were present
ed to trie snip,
To Scrap Heap
SF.BAST0P0L, Oct! 4. The gov
eminent has decided that the battle
ships Kkatcrina II and Tchesme are
useless and they will be broken ud
WINNEPEO. Oct. 4. Forest fires
in the Alberta district have destroy
ed two million dollars' worth of for-
AMOY, Oct. 4. The record of the
last fortnight gives seventy deaths
(-from bubonic plague and, fifty-four
THi: M. N. S. S. Hntorprlso, which Ih
making her present run illrect to Ho
nolulu to ioIIumi tho coiirosIciI truffle
betweifu hero nml San I-'ianclsco Is ex
pccleil Thursday afternoon. Hhn car
ries passengers, frrlnht nml mall for
Honolulu nml will ho Iho next mall
boat fiom tho coast.
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. Wilbur
fect- anj the exhibition was onr of
the best that has ben seen near th'is
VIENNA. .Austria. 'Oct. 4. Albert
Pulitzer, formerly a newspaper man
of New York, committed suicide here
today by taking poison and then
shooting himself with a pistol.
J'Ulli!r wiii nyn III " IIiiiRary
nml went to tlio United Sthte&" nCnn
early drp. Ho worked on tho Slants
.clttiiiR and' started tho MornlnR
Journal nf lei wards bought up by
Hearst when lie entcieil Iho New
York Held. ,l(n gave up work In
IS9.r. im account of III health.
Walklkl beach was crowded as usual
wllh swliiiiiiers jesterday nftornocn
nml QVenlnR. All the canoes were out
nml siirfboardliiR was also Iniliilgeil
To Confer On
(rmcrnor Krcnr hns cnlleil nn Im
pornnt nml select conferencu In his
iiffico for t o'clock tomorrow after
Aiiioiir those Invited lo bo present
nro tho DeleRiilo lo Congress, tlio Pres
ident of tlio Kenate mnl members of
Iho lloiiui of llcpresentatlves,. mid
soiiio officers of Iho ltcpulillcmi parti
Wlien Iho (lovernnr was asked con
cornlnR this conference, he admitted
that such n conference was lo lie hold,
nml Hint Iho purpose was lo discuss
matters that be nxpects In lake up
diiriiiR his trip to WaHhliiRlon, also
Hint tho men Invited would bo tlu-io
more In their capacity as cltltens than
In their official stmiilliiK.
The Coventor did not stale whom
ho hail asked, nor what ho has specif;
Ically asked them for. l-'rom other
sources It wus learned Hint tho nmeiul-
Oat. 6, '09
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
for a long,
Hollister Drug Co.
TO COME HERE
Maai Connf) Attorney Will Form Partner8
ship With E. A. Doathilt-Kcipokai
Candidate For The Place Is Report
County Attorney James Coke of II Is lnliei-d ltni Ho- niosl avail
Maul has decided lo reslKii from Ills'""'" "' for Hie place U Kiiim Uii-
orflcliil position, nml his re.ilRiintlon
ns county nttorncy will be fprnuilly j r,.1Mlt,on fllr ,,mcWni mn ,0M.
handed, lo tho Hoard of Siiicrvlsors 'seleiillous wojli.
nt lis meellng Wednesday. Coko It t undcrsIiHiil Unit cx-Judgo
hns decided to conic to Honolulu nml Kelpoknl will alio Im a candidate
will take up the prn'ctlco of Ill's pro- Tor Ihe place nml that iletertuliu-il
fcsilon In partnership with K. A. jeffoit will bo mnde by his mlherciit.s
Don 111 I It. In, hunt li (m the Itlon. Hclpokal
The Mum Supervisors are veslcil bus heiju practicing Inw in Wnltiikii
with the appointive power In select- since ho wus succeeded by Judgo
lng,n successor to fill tho place inndo Klugplmry iih Iho Clicult Judgii or
vncnnl by the resignation of Coko, j the Maul Circuit. Another candh
mnl It Is probable that their deels- date for the plain is cxpci-tH to ho
Ion will be made known at the meet- John llalu.i, who w.m out for tho
Ing which begins Wednesday nml '-oiinty nltoruej.tilp uflhn l.isl elcc
lusli for several il.iys. -mi.
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"Unanimous" wus tho result of tliu
Stock n.tliaiiBe mcelliiR this after
noon call i'd for the purpose or olectliiK
someone or to one to tho scat sought
on Iho KxchiliKO by V. P. Itoth.
Therefore William I". Itoth Is n mem
ber of tho stock hoard nml any differ
ences thai may have nrlscu over tho
Increase or decrenso of Iho member
ship have been, smoothed out.
Ill II, UIM U MU l-fcJJ H-LX'M'MM
inrnts to (ho Organic Act nro lo bn
discussed, mid there Is somii sm prise
that such mi Important mailer sliouM
not he brought up In open mectlnK.
Tho lniiicht held over (ho remains
of tho two victims of llio Kurt linger
accident, iMunaolo mid llookncu, re
sulted III n vordlcl of nrcldc ntul death.
In view of tho heroic attempt of tho
two men to save tho ears nfler tlioy
bai broken uwny, tho conmer's Jury
tntilcd a string to the effect thnf Ihey
had lost lliclr lives wlillo attempting
lo save Undo Sam's proierty. The
vetdlat slates that Ihey "died from In
juries received at Fort linger wlillo nt
tempting to suvo property of tho
Made of tan Russia leather and is one of E. 1. Kccd's
latest and daintiest styles. Just like the picture.
"" (Open Saturday Evening.)
Manufacturers1 Shoe Cor, Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
tent, whii has bicu lu-tiur. as nwlst-
nnl In Mr. Coke nml lins- e.-iiupd II
IS AGAINST LLOYD
Opinion Allows Motion Of
Andrews To Dismiss
Tho Hupienio Court Oils afternoon
granted n motion Illcil by Deputy At
torney (icner.il Loriln An Irui.s to dis
miss tlio ram of .lameii Mojd against
Juine.i l.l.'jd's claim ugaliut Iho Ter
ritory for nn unpaid slcnosi jph.-r'n
fee. Is now on trial befun ihe Su
premo Omit of llnwnll. Chief .liisllco
Hartwcll, nml Aisnel.ilo .1uli'es Wil
der and Perry listening In Iho tosll-j
mony of llio rather uuiuual iulIIuxU
pursued by tho ComtnlUeo on Public
ICxpcmllturcK nml Accoiiutg of tho
House or Itcprcsenlfitlw-ii or 190!l. .
Tlio filnl or Ihe i-uso bcRiiu tills
luornliiR with Judgo (u,irleh ropn?ki.ii.
lug l.liiyd nml Deputy Attorney Coner
nl l.orrln Andiews ncllug for Ihu Ter
ritory. UiiprcscutnUvo l-'urtado was Iho first
witness placed upon tho stand by Al
. (Continued on Page G)
EVEItYTHINO IN SEASON AT
HOTEL ST., NEAft UNION.
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