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Tiii: V AC LTIC COMMERCIAL ADYEirriSEK. HONOLULU, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1910.
4 THE P Till IN SHOT SELF acific Commercial Advertiser A MORNING PAPER. U I IVi i RE SHIP SUBSIDY Fir S,;;Di..iiltK O. MATHESON MONDAY : : : KUUAit ., Decrees Tc.-t Centritr.gals. 3.91c. Vex Ton, $7b.20 Aa.uy-:s Sorts. s. 0 ,d. Per Ton. S77.S-J. KDITOE November 2s ! The Committee investigating Charges Will Report That All Was Correct. U. S. WEATllEli BUREAU. November 27. -Last 21 Hours' Rainfall, Ttuui cr.it ure. Max. 7S; Min. 158. Weather, variable. HOW OLD IS A CHINESE BABY? in ev il n d i v. Men ..;! exid: : fi.rm , u .--- ; mat a : this t ; ' : t ;.a ' . on r of a gos :id a i,.-.d r;.! ::; A no -v. H.- wi !i.-..i;t.'-'r.-t in i a- ...;rt. in a Manila court in i i i v i ,-md in i 1 1 u i.' y i a r 1 au!l . u.m ...rd: mr i a a u As-ii i Nf. !' . Novemmr ! 1 . T! i'iia ii; t'M'r!;i;.'';i 1 mos;. nl 'am: ii.. c...li!n..-S..d With Uiv Mil: b- Authorities Evolving Theories Over Mysterious Scrape Over Filipino Woman. -oi v 1 :.. j . I ; jy is Hint The ,;v.!t.:rlt train. ..a but tli.- la . lturlii;-..!!!.- .loan-en. aiwa.ua. .an- The city attorney's oilice is at '.resent wm king- nil a su a ' lous shoot iti-j cits' , w hi.-h "i nirad stv.Tal uights ago at Aim Ii is j msl I e that d.'vtdo.ments tt . l ilig !,gil I'.idili' - I will -how that a Filipino purport, ly shot ia; in es'. igaUm. s..a.i ut j intwii' '" driv atmt iivr ma n awav 1'ruui tnim.r. i- a d.fi called ..; e aar tie 1. -a, is three ;i ,;!.-. tii..ii!i it i ' "' ...v ai! i.l' ar- iiatt'f.Hv diiik-iiity .-.iid tiild a. a pa: t i.r Invi-riiixT. it i- i-ai ..id. If ; he endd i- -a ii ca rs !.! in n-ii i;,oi.tr-. tid. -..aad very perpiexii Mli-ed and Wonder h.. i . i 1 r i itidf ain Hit .tr!ii nt a a i r.'iwt i t art' w i 1 1 1 .1 .1 a- ! ' ; : .. , . : T' . I -- . . i . d ! a' a- ..id. It' d !.. v.ar i ' ! a i ! 1 1 ! v lf' r la t : an-ailii- . .-i.Ud i l.i.rn jh dd l.y tia' tlaia it o ' uai.'-v l.arvi t i- t Itiriii t!r can..;.; f.i.i. . it.-val i yet i.. Iji- iaair.i di-iiai'e and ..Uie.ai iv;i), liuit linTc l.a f.f.ju nu . in ! t i.j nca ring.-, and that lue a.i-ii who were under .-ua rge m- aaa- iM'i !etaiii.-d ;ii:a.iir l in. ir .icfeiiM' md ea'e; ;ae ia-n.-e ..; ;ae accused lil'ai tHW'ald -a: .,i:i..a and tne la.'l tual tucy i Win: taey .a.' been iKiaaaty indl ii. Id..- - i i i 2 L ' 1 ! i-i iate!es:s ha.- ii"t ii n.a . a- d ul all ; nt cut t-. cw-j ; i a a.' t--: i i,ni t a rt i.-r, and ti.eir rcpre ' 1 1 i . ' in a - ii ; a u' . .ii a :m i that a ! a 1 1 aaniit 1. . . as ha-, lea. -Led t'lein j i t ua t n. . ' a ; n ' l n i ; . -r i.s : t(i wi man with whoai lie himself was i ;nfa!iia!d. j A r..nit has reai-h.'d the city attor-1 tiey s e'lice that a l'ii i d im. named An- Ilea-., had he. mi shut in a brawl, but j -a-j.i. inn-- i li-ini'iits have now cropped j ;;! which lead the oiiicer of the- depart ment to 1 . i : v (.' that 'lie wound was ; -elf in!l . ted. , A.-.-ordin to Andreas' story, a fellow j cunt rym.aa by the name of Alhambra j N i ("-T,onible for his wosi in I, having J -no; hisii one niht as the former was j Irving to see t lie woman. Acconlini; to: fa'rt her tco.o-t-, Ailiamhra has been j ..ii tia- carii!ii:'s ot tne woman, has no; been desirous of havinr ' .1.. i.e. ami attorneys and courts is ...--:!!e that m macii a matter as the ae of a ; to 'ji ve t ! -! i moii . i a idiinese why :i eliild born in The tenth moon is t wo it can no-re than sit up. lie sdiipiy replies it is the itlli V..U1 v.aii's ol"l bef. ciistern. and there you are blocked unless ymi are trai-io 1 i a rpie-tion-which is ae piite.l oi.lv after years i;f int'ir.a'.f study tf r'hiaeso caa: act ers and j-.tr.-j association with them in their r.ativo l:ii.d. The exji.'attation of these anomalVs is fry sjmj.Ie ami if tho at- tornevs in j he ca.-ie in y.u st: n had k notvi! hn to analyze a t'hinese. answer he could have brought out these facts; The n. of a Chinese advatices one year at Chinese new yi ar, in February. A child born in ,1a nil a ry is .me year old until tho next mouth. When a.-w years passes he is two years (.Id. AMERICANS MUST TAKE LESSONS. Ti. 1'. Schuerin. the Pacific Mail jaeneral manap-r, who is in the city en route to the mainland after an extended visit to the Orient, jjoes back with ass.u'e an ca: ; la port "a i ae i .!!::!!;;; ee of an.'-a; i- srspi o.- ad that 1 a.s nioa w:il be turn.. ia ery s... .a attc t in nss,-m-bi.n j .! c nless tor the w inter session, dhii.- a s-hip .siiiisiily situati.oi of even mi re mieret tiiall ii.al whicii would j.iom.hiy iov oat of a id :t ional h.-ar-Jii;. s Is li.ady to !..e er.nt.d. bco;:3 cf r.cyort. T he coi,.- , the r,. w retuji't is iu par. tit. i it lac accused c ,i. rcssmeii wile ...a eoiivicud of any u.. the im- ' j rooiae; km which hud been charged a g.i.-,: tiiem, lj;.C were isimj.ly exoner- j . a.e.l ..v ine testimony, lln-ir attorney f.tls taat he has received what amounts t aa assurance to tins etlect, aud, theretore, it is clear on all grounds tiiat cungr.-.s.s will practically be obliged to regard ; hem as relieved of the charges, ddiat tiie committee will explicitly tjo state in its report is about as certain as :.i.y;h.ng can be. The testimony that was received last spring, but to which relatively little attention was paid by the public at the time, also showed that (he second phase of the subjects committed to the inquirers whether i a i-ve n I : Andrea- .nroinoi. part of ! The .hi. ;..rs. however, are said to be a, aui i; !ie. that the wound must have been -.1 f i n t! I -t e.l. jniigiii-r from its tours0 ami force, and other statements may vet bear m;t 'his supposition The theory advanced by Harry Lake, who is now working on the ease, and the theory of his department, is that ndroa fired the shot himself, in order to get Aduamhra stowed away iu jan j an. I open a clear held for his now ham- j pored wooiiio i Improved Property Judd Street. 7-room Louse Liliha Street, 1.34 acres and 5-room hou.-e.... King Street, 12,340 souare feet of grrmrpj and 7 ' 5,000.00 700.00 room house 7J5nniw. Vineyard Street, 12 cottages and groam.s; will yield a hand- "35,000.00 7.000.00 some net investment Tantalus, 1.40 acres with 3-rooai h ause and stables Unimproved Property Nuuanu Street, 4G,S00 s.piare feet. Watch Xuuanu grow...$ 800000 Hates Street. 7.4b7 souare feet, mauka side... ',500.00 cm. fa liil li 923 FORT STREET ther- had been anv lmtiroper methods a number of new ideas, some for his own consumption in the tuture mr rage- ! iu'.,.viiig will also hae to be an ment of his -team-hip line and some for general use of hi- cmMitryii it. motoI on the ba-is of the data already Mr Sehweriu has come tl the conclusion that if America is to reap the i available. The testimony showed that . , , , , . .. ... , .-, f not him- whatever had been done by the Leneht ot the chances the country has t-r .trade in the tar hast, there must tr!)(,e a,,y ln(.lliber of it be more of a catering to the demand. In the Philippines he found that tin , lrA ,.ouh! be classed 'as improper lob amount of trade being carried, on between the i-'ands ami the mainland amljbi'ir ami it is doubtful whether the won-, done by the Merchant Marine tor The Tinn. Use of i 11 Slue l!C i U ii .U3S1 1. ' 1 1 . L 1 ' . . This, he is reported as saying, results from the fact that the American exporter will not attempt to meet the peculiar demands of the oriental and Filipim. importer. Americans are trying t impose their standards upon the forei'Hi customer, with the re-ult that the customer l'ocs ;,, l'.riti-h and 1 ! man M0ANALUA "The Beautiful i i i i ! f ! v the amount b''ing conducted by Americans was disappointing, in view of ti houses to do it- l.uyiriLT. I.. , . ... 1 ,.. ;,..,.,...- -t,; ,!,..,,. t...iii..'tri n-v-iiorJer- ftie I'aidlie Mail liian- ager i tak'.j;. heme w i-li him a n timber of samples of the P.riti.-h. ierman and .Tajianese goods sold in the Philippines and put up according to the necessities of the demand. lie will show these t" his cenitryiisi-n and urge upon them It he ncee-sitv id' consulting the purchaser before living to do business, as j r1(, f,,r, hniming report may be expect ed to exonerate both sides witli re-pecc than, those taken in vT-r. There may be I 'etei'ince to t tie iacr i mil ceu.nu preiennce l.y tne r ar r;w iu:er-. i ae in u ei -uce i- -.a i . . e-,s i ..o : ; ,rm W(.ri, r.nPniy supjilied irOU "h paid ilLiellTS 111 n.'Oli.lllll.i "I". congress was mtieh worse taan is coii s'antlv being done by other organiza tions." While it was true that congres sional dinners wer given and that literature' on the subsidy question was .disseminated, other organizations have pursued the same plan so exteu slvolv as to make it almost self-evident that 'any c .ndemnation of general legis lative me hods a now pursued. It is md i.kely that tie- committee will lend itself to anv O'tixotism ami. therefore, their trade rivals are doing. Tia- American L'oods are as goo. as. if not bo-f l.v the Far Fast buyers. 1 dtlier-i i- taat the others p: the ...u Tie w.-iv the customers w-arit Tiiem packed a i t the American pack them the w:iv he want-. I At ti.i- dl-tiince it is hard to -ee what t to gam ov pel -', .ua ! ; v peai.ng up agcu mint-ier- ! a'' :in n in o. iu.nL; n t their male svnipathi.ers to beat the younger ministers with dog whips. It j ic m ;iv be. in -i.ite of wd.a? tlav a re doing, that t lie women of I'.nglaml tirt for the ballot, but thev are hardlv sh..w in ti.em-h g ! politician- by j ' j Mil H mation a'lout legisia I ion, aim ii I possible that some reference wi!l be ! iuade to the wining and dining done aXp' ct ' . , , r i T.,:,. I f.n.r.o'. hot : :.- i ue .ll.'l. n.nn '..,-'0-, We have completed a series of views taken on the estate of the Hon. S. M. Damon, and they are now on exhibition at our store. Your inspection invited. We develop and print in the highest style of the art. Hollister Drug Co., Limited. Photographic Supplies. Kahuku Ranch FOR SALE 1 84,000 Acres Located on the Island of Hawaii. Extends from Mauna Loa to the sea. A grand business proposition. Will support 7000 to 8000 head of cattle. 10-000 acres of fine grazing land. 750 acres of fruit, garden or cane land. Ohia and koa forests. Good water supply. PERFECT TITLE WILL BE GIVEN. dl-tiince it is hard to -ee what tae -u tt iai g.-t ! es ,,t l.aglan vs.ii! siew is that not muci poiu apita! can be made of either of i these tilings. Ill's leaves open simply ! . . a ... ... .. . i. ; ... t . t,.-, o- ijUosiiou wneiM'-i aii.iiiHL; is ... ... i. orted regarding alleged steam-hip thumping tia- one- h.. ean give it to them. (it' . nrv, acre man can not . . M,, ul,, 'pools.' alter an, i Hawaiian Trust Co., Limited Honolulu, T. H. hope to ' o : a .w t ; i !,. o! a woma i thev know what they are trying t ii-.- I I ...-4-. .1, If those six hundred Mexican regulars who won a victory yc-terday in Chi- IN A BAD WAY" lmahua had been iug for t ia i r t might i a i whom tion- It'i a good thing there ha- he Hoi' a !u federal I'll !. Pedm'oi di'es. ,vh V 'e hg! ; n in t he s! . ee' s of I 0,'di n. no definite d' cisi.'.i regard d iMany a Honolulu Reader Will ; Feel Grateful for This i Information. W neii yniii lack g I es .op ; h. .'ii'ii. - lame. Weak or aching; In n urinary troubles set. in. I nr ki.lnevs are in a bad wa v. a i 1 1. Pa ache K'idnev P w s V. . V . ( r . 71 P- II. M: d. a., sav-: of ki la-v m, ; ,a:;. fill BETTER OFF 1 1 . d W' - 1 ! ill !e:l ' l': a Mf! 10 Average Family Income Here Better Than That of Mainland or General Average. mm giai Hon , r. l:g A Lasting Effect. known evfi:ywhei:e No piece with- iTlT Mark on -t -s out this Trade (e1) genuine. UAWKES Women Who Know Good Glass and the decorative possibili ties of a single fine piece they're the ones you find im patient of anything but Hawkes Cut Glass You will understand why Hawkes has come to domin ate if you will give a little study to our collection of this exquisite ware. For a gift simple or sumptuous: for an extra tonce of quiet elegance in your home a Hawkes piece is ideal. linn X fin" 'J u u uu. Limited EADING JEWELERS. II N IMMMMW1MM1-M-MM-------Mt The demand for Hawaiian Hand Craft has exceeded our expecta tions. This means that it rep resents the highest standard of Hawaiian Art. GURREY'S LTD. Fort Street below Hotel. II. I. Ill juices; C" 1, The MostSuperbly Situated Hotel in the World P OVERLOOKING TH Z ENTIRE BAY OF SAH FRANCISCO. THE GOLDEN GATE "D T"J5F BU' V. CITY. CONVENItNt TO SHOPPING, T.HEATER. BUSINESS AND RAILROAD CtNltn I THE EPITOME OF HOTEL EXCELLENCE tj Operated on Both American and European Plan. i Combining ih the conveniences and luxuries a good hotel should ha-e. with nary "J?.11 " $5l 3 edus .e feaTures. tnlirely refurnished and re'itted it a cost ot ove- three m ilion '"'jtjti rl center ot the city-headquarters o( the Army and Nay- scene of most of the social teo S ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1,000 GUESTS. . , RATES: .M,ndttl)I, t A-nericaD iTale d'Hote: Plan, ore person, pur day - - 5 en Si up1 to t.iropean tala Carte Plan, room and bath, one person, per day, 2-u " 1 MANAGEMENT PALACE HOTEL COMPANY , ,Also Oper-.ting Palace Hotel 'A r m. m w . . a - S PATTERN HATS BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS. LOWEST PRICES. K. UYEDA iiminn St Tplepto" 20 READ THE ADVERTISER