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VOL. XI. NO. 44D5.
REVENUE CUTTER ORDERED
At Waikiki Beach
llpniilulii In In linvo n bungalow
citj. Alter the cnntilict to. nil the
thlilccn acres In the Walklkl duck
ponds i umipleted, the tract Is to
In- lalil nut In beautiful plots, nnd
hundreds of .modern bungalows iiro
to lie liullt In close proximity to the
beach. The llttlo city of bungalows
will ImCe Its own i:i Iiik, lighting
mill Beweingti rj stems, and will lie
(oust meted with n ev to flnp nrehl
lectin e unci healthful conditions.
Negotiations mu now going on
between tlio Hawaiian .Dredging
Coinimny, liy Wnlter Dillingham und
Finnk Dodge of the ttisliop estate,
anil embraces an expcndltmo of
piobubly $100,01)0 in- mora In build
ing tho houses and mailing tho liti
piovcmentH, Plans nnl Bpccltlen
tloni have been secured from other
points whero bungalow iltlei lmvu
been siHcewfully liullt, and tho Will
KIM pioposlllon will embrace nil of
the best points of tfio others.
The conclusion of tho illshop es
Into people to build n bungalow city
lias been arilved nt on nccount of
thu picstdng demand for beach hous
es. The demand ut the present ttmo
Is fur ahead of tho supply, and mod
ern houses nt tho beach nro pnic
tlcally nil taken up., llcsldentH of
tho bungalow tract will have, nee-can
to the sea for bathing and boating
purposes by n narrow strip of land
lescrved by tho Illshop estate, mu
lling from the due); pond project
tlnouch to tho ocean. This will be
Order Issued by Hitchcock
In tho list bulletin received by Tost
Onie'o Inspector Haro, Postmaster
General Hitchcock nnnouneos tho op
pnlntment of n committee, of three to
luvost'g.ito the present registry ays
trm, with n lov of pugncstlng means
by which it can bo made to pay run
T ARGE assort
" ment of the
newest styles now
ready in ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
in Honolulu only
by ' .
The Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor, Fort and Hotel,
converted Into n beautiful walk nnd
The work of filling tho lllshop
property will begin within n short
time nnd will ho hurried, through to
completion so that the, actual work
of building tho bungalowV town will
piobably Jjo stnrtcd some time the
first pait of tho year. .Mr. Dodge U
now cnmplclPhi; hi nrrniigetnents
with tho dictlglng (ompnny, nnd tho
deal will ho dosed within a shoit
it (Special ll'iilletln Wireless) 8
Hllo, Oct. 8. Faxon Triusuror M
tt of the Illto .Mcicautlto Company, U
tt was arrested today on thn chnriru tl
8 of embezzlement dno hundred 8
tt dollars Is tho amount on which 8
8 the clrirgo Is ma'de. . tt
tt , tt
.lohuatlmn T. Crawloy tins opened
itn ofllco 111 Havana and Is making n
business of reporting on Cuban soils
mid land values.
ning expenses, nnd for tho adoption
of more compichenslvo methods of op
erating that department.
l"or a dumber of )onrs tha rcglstry
hranch of tho service has been run at
n financial loss, and but recently tho
rato was increased ugain to ten cents
tha same as It us.ed to be before try.1
reduction loN-lght cents. Tho com
mittee consists of Charles A. McTlrldo
Assistant Superintendent of Hallway
Mall ScVvlcc. Now York; Herbert S.
Wood, AssUtnnt Siipcilnteiidcnt, Dlvl-
r.lon of Salaries and Allowances, olllci
of Plist Assistant Postmnster Ocjieral,
nnd Hemy I). Temple, Assistant Sup
erintendent, D!ls!on of Registered
Mali, ofllco Third Assistant l'ostnas
tor fienornl. These gentlemen mo to
mako n eoniplete Imystlgntloa of tho
conditions nnd system, nnd report to
tho rostmnstcr OeAcral by Decom
10' FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1909. 10 PAGES.
Warrant. Issued Charging
Illegal Sale. Of
ALLEGED SECRET A6ENT
TAKEN. INTO CUSTODY
Chinese Merchant of Pait Notoriety
Under Ban of Custom Officials
Place Will Be Searched for
Ie I.eC tho Chlneso who once ob
tained notoriety through his al
leged vlulatioiiS) of tho TenltoiU
laws. Is ugnln facing a charge hrouKht
against him by Federal ointluls, IIiIj
time moio serious than any he .lias
herutolmu ansueicd to. ,
.The piesent rase and the proceed-,
lugs ngnlnst the map have betn
shrouded In secrecy but United States .
Marnluiniendry this afternoon admit-'
ted that a warrant hns been Imued-for
Mm chnrglng him with having opium
Illegally In his possession and swoin
to by custom otllclals.
Tho case appears'to embrace a sys
tem of smuggling nnd dlstsisal of the
goods Indulged In by many men from
lllo little that can bu learned abnT It,
rather than one man, nltlioush Lee Let
sceim) to be tho principal. '
Last night Robert W. Rreckons,
United States District Attorney, ac
companied by Marshal' Hendry, made
a trip to Aleafand arrested n China
(Continued on Page 3)
Honokaa Also Enters List
Of .Low'-Priced Stocks
Lower priced stocks Hint have not
reached tho limit, still held the hoard'
on the Stock Kxchange this morning
Mcllrydo mpl Honokaa wero the only
ones sold on the Exchange but u lot of
trading between Hoards slnrfcd t',nt
" : . i revenue cuncr innii uas uu
there Is no tendency of the nmrlet to!,, to duty jn HawaiJ on her n
slump.. No Olaa camo out iluiln th!turn from the watm of the Arcti0.
twentyJrour hours and tcry llttlo-Mo ,jt j, probftbie that the Thetis will
Ilryde, although tho bliU wen ma'.e
nt steadily advancing pi lens. I'ios
poets nro that Mcllrydo will g-. to six
dollars nnd Olaa to a relatlety higher
Pgure, unless somo "knocker" gets In
to tho market, and shouts "boo!" Then
tho prlca will hcsltato a whtio nnd
again renow tho advance.
Walalun Is again selling nt 119 in
(Continued on Page 8) " -
COSTS YOU pNl.Y ONE AND ONK
HAI.K CKNTS A DAY.
..DON'T "IJ3CK THK 8TAI1I.E
WHEN THE HOUSE IS QONE."
'923 Fori St
Bulletin Advertising is Good
Do o oh oil1
u a o p u a i ii
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 8. Pitts
burg defeated Detroit today in the
first game of the world's champion
ship by a score of 4 to 1. The runs
were made by timely hits, and Ad
ams, Oirpon, Mullin and Schmidt
The New York Nationals beat the
Boston Americans 4 to 0. and tht
Chicago Nationals also defeated the
mericans 4 to 0.
On complaint that he has opium
illegally In his possession und is Bell
ing same ngniust tho hiwj,,tho Customs
imthorltUM nro f4'y searching Yuen
Chung's .giuccr)' utore on King street
hour Smltbp fur evidence. Consider
ib!r excitement hns been caused by
the' search, nnd hundreds of Orientals
'assembled to watch tho olKclulH do
their1 work. It Is posslhlo warrants
will bo Issued nA the result of the In
estlgatlon. Other raids lire said
lie tn order as the result of (inlet de
tect he work that has been dune by
dtpullcs froiiiCollectur Drnke's-olBce.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 8. The
revenue cutter Thetis Has been as-
sail for Honolulu on December 1.
BOY MURDERER ESCAPED.
SAN BERNARDINO, Oot. 8. The
ficlltinif capacity of the Indian was
cxemolifled in the desert today when
the authorities attempted to capture
an Indian boy named Willie, who is
charged with murder. The boy was
run down in the desert but in
stead of giving- up, (rave battle to
his pursuers. He fought the posse
sent out in charge of the deputy
sheriff, who was wounded in the bat
tle. Three horses ridden by mem
bers of the posse were killed and
the boy made his escape.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 7. Suear
-rBeets. 88 analysis, Us. Parity,
4.32 cents. Previous' quotation,
10s 10 l-2d.
for a long,
Mil UI -111
i ifi riii
Times Advertising for Sellers and Buyers
WHAT IS MEANING OF
Definition Placed On
Words Will Decide .
Judge Andrade Wishes to See Su
preme Court Decide on Complex
ttuestlon and Will Charge De
fendant Accordingly Tomorrow,
The test, cases Instituted to ascer
tain the degree of coiibtltutlunnltty
posvessed b the act taxing certain
nulling noatii a business license are
developing In Interest.
, This morning before Judge Alidrado
Judge Quarle und Piosuciitor Ilrown
argued pro and con on the matter In
the case against Toyota and tho court
cxpressod- an opinion nftcrwanls that
he would like to have the question de
cided by the Supreme Court, although
he stated that he himself would like
to pass on It If he thought a .district
magistrate's decision would have piop
er weight with tho public.
Quarles, who Is defending Trtyofa
took as his principal polntstho exact
meaning of the words "public auction,"
and also tho constitutionality of thu
distinctions In taxation as provided by
s Mr, Quailes produced authqrltlej
upholding his contention that "public
auction" must be taken In Us more
(Contlnndon Page 3)
Limitations Statute Bars
Action On A
Millard F. Scott has lost his appeal
to tho Supreme Court In his case,
against Joe Maria, based upon the In.
dorsement of a sight draft In conuec.
tlon with a realty transaction. The
opinio nls by JuBtlco -Wilder and says
'A now trial having been had Jury
waived, tho court mado certain find
ings of fact fromwhlch t concluded
that the action was barred by tho stal
uto of limitations und 'rendered judg
ment accordingly. The plaintiff
brings exceptions, admitting that tho
facts as found cannot now bo, dis
turbed, but claiming that tho conclu
sion from those facts was erroneous.
' "Tills action was brought December
21, 1907, and tho draft,. for tho Indorse
ment of which defendant .was sued,
was dated September 30, 1901, 'the In
dorsement by defendant and tho. deliv
ery to plaintiff having taken placo In
tho carlypnrt of December, 1901, The
statute of limitations started running
In favor of defendant whenever ho be
camo llablo on his Indorsements The
(Continued on Tft& 8)
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
EVERYTHING IN SEASON AT
ot I niiic Tn
wi. wuuiu i u,
tapeciai ouiicun t;aoic.j
CAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 8. In-1
structions have been received by
Captain Albert Cleaves of the cruiser .
St. Louis to bring his crack vessel to
the Bremerton Navy Yard, immedi-,
ately after the Portola Festival.'
Further orders issued from the Navy
Department replace the cunboat
Concord by the Princeton. The Con
cord sailed for Bremerton from Ho
nolulu several weeks ago, will be
placed out of commission and prob
ably put on the revenue service.
GOLD FOR JAPAN.
WF.W YOPK Oft STum mil.
lion. f oold hav. hi-cn rnmetA hv
the United States subtreasury for- 1sn will, rult In materially m
shipment to Japan from San Fran.;""1"!; ,; iTactienl erfectivenes
.I.M T,!. mob., a fntol nf tnrentwlOf H'e rellllnrys School SJCtrin.
Tnillinnt nf w,ld nt from th ronn.
try to Japan this year.
KILLED IN COLLISION.
TflPPVA TT.n riot R Vittttn
people wm kUled Arid ten injured 1! ""-' tlsn-tlo conditions oujnln
here todav by a railway collision in,"'K " Mnswhuwit" has gTven
the suburbs. "'c ll!c:l " l'mctlrnl trial, and tho
resblts obtained have been mora
Bulletin Business Ofice Phone MB. .,hnn iM.Kmy."
9iilln '-'-'nrisl Boom Photii 185.1 (Continued on Pago 6)
Flash From Coast
Press messages sent clear and dis
tinct over n distance of 2,300 miles
by wireless l tho record mado by
the Cape lllnnco Government station
In Oregon nnd tho Kaliuku wireless
station on this Island. I
Tho test for distance was Jnndo
last night and tho stgnnls' came.
through In i good shape, despite the
usual number of operators ut work
along t,he coast. Tho test Is of epe- j
ciat interest as showing that In case
the cable connections should ever
give out Honolulu would be In touch
tho mainland by wny of tho
Illiinco station ns well as San
The first press messages
rect to Honolulu from San
co were published by the II u 1 1 e
t l,n some months ago whon this pa
per mado a test to see whether the
dlstance could be spanned success-
fully. The Ciipo Ulanco operator,
took his messages from u newspaper
of tho Otis, the latest date he had nt
Made of tan Russia leather and is ono of E. P. Reed's
latest and daintiest styles. Just like the picture.
(Open Saturday Evenings,)
PRICE 5 CENTS.
0F THE mi
Babbitt Has A Scheme
For Increased ' -
uinni n RFNFCIT ifaWAIl
WOULD BENEFIT HAWAII
Favcis Local Application of Massa
chusetts Idea That Hns Proven
a Success Tried on Kauai and
Found a Success.
Superintendent of Public liiBtrur
tlon llahbltt l.i working upon u plan
for tho Kjttenuitle (oniolldatlon of
the rural schools throughout the
Territory, nnd ho confidently believes
'" "'mtnmges nun win uu
Rained through, the adoption nt tho
"Them nil. Ilimo benefits that will
iic-rue through the adoption of- thfc
Iconziilld.itlon Idea," Mild Superin
tendent Unhbltt this morning, n'nii
l feel that It will be of partlculnt
benent tu tlie Terrtiory ny reason
l...n .. ,1... rr
his Ftutlon " e lunsiiged sent
'ihrmffcli lnt.i Kittmnt? fiittiiw.
SAN I'ltANCISC, Oct. C Jauc
C. Tomiilty, fnimer (hliif bookkeep
er In thu olllce of the city treasury
iccently coinleied of altering pub
lie records, was sentenced to IIV"
cars' Imprisonment today by .ludgn
I.ADYSMITII, II. C Oct.' fi.
When darkness cimo tonight twenty-live
bodies had been' lemovcd
from the extension mine of tho Wel
lington colliery Co., where thirty-
two men lust their Uvea following
an explosion of fire dump yesterday
morning. . ''
SAX FRANCISCO, Oct. C Ilcr
nnrd l.ognn, shot by fiiptnln of San
Francisco 1'ollco J. Cojiboy on June
r, illn.l lft.1,,1. r-nttt Cnnl.,... ...
i taken Into ciibtody on n charge or
murder. I.ogun, It la said, wns cn-
dvavortng to assist Coubny to IiIk
feet, nnd tho officer, 'whoso mind
wits confused by dilnk. shot tho
young mini through thoubdnmcn.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
Hollister Drug Co.
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
1051 Fort St.
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