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From S. P.
Doric Dec! 10
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For S. F.
Coptic Dec 10
Sonoma Dec. 10
" ' THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
Vol. XI. No. 2011.
HONOLULU, TKRKITOKY OP HAWAII, THURSIAY DKUKMIlKIt 5 IMil
Fkige 6 Cents.
HUE RULERS 1
NOW KIM id
Fortnightly Budget of
Names Will Go to
ASKING FOR REMOVAL OF
First 'Batch to Be Sent Forward By
Next Steamer Organized
Effort on Part of
Tho Home Rulers are doing some
cry nctlvo work along the lino of
petitioning President Roosevelt to re-1
movo Governor Dole. While they do
sot bellevo their action will result In
tho Immediate removal of tho Cover,
nor, who Is being severely criticised on
all aides, still, they expect that it will
have the etfecfof giving tho Presi
dent something to think about The
floating rumors of petitions and the
sending to Washington of a petition
now and then has come to be looked
upon as usclcBH, and now tho work has
taken on a systematic form.
The proposition Is to send a fort
nightly batch of names to President
Roosevelt by various outgoing steam'
ers. Tho first of theso will go forward
by tho next Btenmer and there will be
lgned thereto between two and three
hundred names of men qf all nation
alities who aro registered voters of the
As soon as this batch has 'been sctit
by registered mall, the men In charge
of tho movement will begin again on
tho new batch, collecting as many
names as possible In the interval until
tho next stoamor two weeks or so
ahead. Thus the work will bo kept
warm and President Roosevelt will be
constantly in receipt of messages from
the people of Hawaii, , protesting
against the further retention of-the
present Governor in his place at the
One of the Home Rulers In charge ot
ihe work said to a Bulletin reporter
yiia forenoon: "Petitions havo been
pent widespread all over the Islands
and already, although the work has not
been under way very long, answers art
coming In from every island with a
great many names attached."
"Wo do not expect that our petitions
will have the effect of tho Immediate
removal of tho Governor but we do
know that by means ot them and fur
ther, by means ot tho men who are
working for us In Washington, tho
President will surely bo led to glvo
tho mutter deep thought. This deep
thought might result In something, but
' not In tho Immediate future for we
bellevo tho President to be a man who
will study his situation carefully be-
jforo taking action. It Is this very fact
;tssn wc aro relying on. Being such a
jrian, the President will see the justice
rAitt mir tin.ttlnna nnri w all hnna .hat
V. Uti'7.' " '-" "" ""- "" " ""''" ""
'. i 'ivttnere will ho but one outcome.
rl'a"11 lt more ,han Probable that this
f v 'ftatttr ot the petitions to Washington
will be brought out in the meeting ot
the Home Rulers tonight but it is not
likely that much will be said about
It. We have the whole plan In work
ing order and each man knows to what
special part of the Territory he Is as
signed. It Is net a hard matter to get
signatures for tho feeling against ths
Oovernor la very widespread. There
are none who know this tetter than w
men who havo 'em Around In the out
Mo districts of the Islands.
, "It is a great mystery to me that,
knowulng what the Oovernor does of
the general feeling rgalnst him, he
does not stop down and out, we have
l nothing personal against him. We
Bimply tclleve that he is making a
mess of tho affairs of the government,
t nlthough he Is probably doing tho
best he knows how. He has become sn
uced to bossing tho whole thing for
such a long tlmo that he really can
not get out of tho groove. Wo had not
much to eay before Hawaii became a
. . . COTTACE
Well located at Maklkl. Con
veniently arranged, and con
taining six rooms. Lanal
dining room and upstairs
mosquito proot, Ono of tho
neatest little homes in tbo
I300O will buy It, only one
sixth ot which need bo cash.
Let us show you this
. lll'Nilltll'Illr ttaauUcim all, &.. i. ri
part of the United States hut since we
have been given the privileges of Am
rrlcnn citizens, we want these privi
leges and we want every, one of them."
Tbur goes the talk about town. One
man mentions tho refusal of tho Gov
ernor to grant a special session, while
another says that the Governor Is so
ignorant about the affairs of on Am
erican territory that he does not even
know enough to Issue a Thanksgiving
proclamation or to sign his own name
to a notice relating to the death of tho
martyred President McKlnley. Still
others mention tho most nitlablo sight
of the Governor down on hla knees be
fore monled business men of the city
asking for a paltry $4,000 to carry on
the work of the fire claims Instead of
calling a special session of the Legis
lature for the provision ot money for
this and other purposes that have been
made plain through tho columns of the
As in tho rase of the election at Hllo,
tho natives have taken the inltlatlvo In
the matter .of petitions to Washington
ngalnst the Oovernor and they mean td
carry on tho work with 'unabated
energy. Tho men who .havo the peti
tions In their hands aro not going to
members of the Homo Rule party alone
but to members ot all other parties In
the Islands. It Is being sought to mako
tho signing of names as general as pos
sible. On the petition that Is to bo
sent forward In tho next steamer are
the names of a large number of white
men. Nono of Governor Dole's
"friends" havo as yet been persuaded
MANAGER OF PLANTATION
GIVES EXPERT EVIDENCE
Protracted Wrangling of Lawyers
Over Pointe -Land and Water
James A. Low. manager of Honolulu
Plantation Company, wno Is tho pio
neer witness tor uefenuant-lu tho
Pearl Harbor land condemnation suit
of Uulted States vs. lternlee Pauanl
Ilishop Rstate, was held on-tho Btand
iq tbo Federal Court throughout yes
terrtay'arrAjrnooirjrnd this Jorenoon;- A
great deal of tho' time has been taken
up In controversy of counsel over tno
competency and relevancy of evi
dence. This morning a bono of contention
was the status of Mr. Low as expert
witness on wharf sites and construc
tion. Many objections by Federal At
torney Dunno to Mr. Kinnoy's quos
tlons wero overruled, the Court reserv
ing the right to deride on tne validity
of tho testimony In l.s later delibera
tions. Tho witness told of tne contract of
transportation with tbo railway com
pany, which reserved tho right to have
tho scrvlco dono by water wheu Pearl
Harbor Is mado navigable tor deep
water vessels. A lot of Information
was elicited from him about soils in
tho vicinity of the harbor, wharf sues
and the harbor soundings.
Tho Court was steadfast in ruling
out all evidenco about "prospective'
After being out six hours the Jury,
whoso names were given yesterday,
found John Lua not guilty of larceny
In the Becond degree.
Lua Is a Hawaiian boy, and was
charged with having stolen $47.50 front
a Japanese barber. He was said to
have paid three of the ten dollar goiJ
pieces stolen for a bicycle, which was
introduced as evidence. A curious con
troversy arose over the possession of
the wheel; Mr. Cathcart claiming that
tho bicycle was not the property nr
the defendant. Mr. Robertson contend
ed that the wheel has been paid for by
the defendant, and was bis property
in any event, and that it could be re
covered only by civil process.
Judge Humphreys held that he could
not keep the" wheel as an exhibit In
I the possession of the court any more
than ho could open a livery stable with
stolen horses Introduced In court.
Tbo case was submitted without ar
gument, tho Jury retiring at 5 o'clock.
An agreement for acquittal was reaih
ed at 11 o'clock, and the defendant dl'
The regular meeting of the Healani
Yacht and Doat Club took place last
evening at tho club rooms. After the
routine business was over1 the directors
appointed the following committees
for tho ensuing year: ,
Finance Sam Walker, Dr. Burgess
and C. II. Cooke.
Rowing F. J. Church, F. W. Kle
bahn and A. L. C. Atkinson.
House D. L, Conkllng, Frank Wood
bridge and Jas. Dougherty,
As neither the commodore or vice
commodore were present there was no
appointment mado of a yachting com
mittee. He gazed at the Individual who was
spread over four seats In a crowded
railway car and murmured: "May I
ask you a question?" (Tho individual
grunted assent. "Have the Govern
ment Inspectors examined you yet for
trichinosis?" Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
IllllHi 10W DOWN
afai'Jt.. , , r i ,iiU i4 -A Jiiafclk...,. ''jz;3jtMji.i!,uik.
ID 1AST INT
Pominent Hilo Lawyer
- Attending Supreme
THE WIDOW ABSENT
IN NEW YORK CITY
Duration' He .Came Here for
Health" from' Washington
W ,a State.
Johnson Nickcus, ot the law- firm ot,
Vlnn h Nlrkmis. Hllo. tiled at tho
Wlso & NIckeus. Hllo, died at tho
Queen's Hosnltal last night after
short Illness of diabetes. Although he
had been In poor health for some time,
be was only taken sick hern on Tues
day. In consequence of his Illness a
number ot Important cases In which
he was engaged were postponed to the
latter part of tho present Supreme
Mrs. NIckeus, wife of the dead at
torney, left Hllo for New York about
six necks ago to visit a daughter, who
Is married to ono of the most famous
cartoonists on the New York press.
Another daughter Is at Hllo and Is en
gaged to be married to Mr. HawkhursL
The late Mr. NIckeus came to tho
Hawaiian Islands more than a year
ngo, chiefly for the benefit of his
health. Ho wns admitted to practice In
all the courts of this Territory In Sep
tember, 1900. In his petition for II-ci-iife
he stated that he was born In the
District of Columbia and stated his
age as fifty years. 'I his would make
him SI years old at death. He had
practiced law for twenty years, and
last resided at Tacoma. State of Wash
ington. Ho was a member of the bar
of the Supreme courts both of Wash
lngton and Dakota, also of the District
and Circuit courts. of the United States.
Mr. Nickens on coming here lmmedl:
ately located at Hllo, where ho speed
ily gained a targe practice. In nearly
all of the Important cases arising on
the island ot Hawaii, tbo firm ot Wise
& NIckeus has for the past year been
Mr. NIckeus arrived from Hllo In
the steamer Kinau on Saturday last to
attend the Supreme Court On Sunday
morning he was not feeling well and
consulted a physician. Delng no bet
ter on Tuesday, late that morning he
emt for Dr. Cooper, who found blm a
very sick man nnd advised hlin to go
to tho hospital. At that place he gave
Dr. Cooper a history of diabetes for ten
years. "Within twenty-four hours dia
betic coma set in, from which tho pa
tient never rallied.
Funeral arrangements will await In
structions from Hllo. In the meantime
the body bas been handed over to II, II,
Williams, undertaker, for preserva
tion. Tho dead man was a member ot
the order of Elks and Honolulu Lodge,
No. 61C, stands ready to attend to all
details. It Is presumed that thi
funeral will be ordered for Hllo, but if
otherwise the Elks will conduct it In
The lamented citizen was a promt
nent lawyer In Tacoma and served as
Mayor of that city,
Ot late there has been a mysterious
agency at work among the yachts and
small boats kept at the Heaianl.boat
hou8o and an Investigation will be
made which will probably put the
blumo where It belongs.
Tho first boat to bo molested was the
yacht Skip which was plckod up adrift
by tho men of the quarantine launch.
Then P. L. Weaver's skiff was stolen.
A tew days ugo the old Undine, a picas
tire boat belonging to the club which
has lately been' fixed up was found
adrift and picked up by a natlvo who
Is holding it lor salvage and yesterday
tho flat bottom boat. belonging to Cap
tain Chris Johnson which had been
securely tied was found adrift and an
nexed by tho same native who found
the Undine. Early Sunday morning
tho Skip was again turned loose from
her moorings and was rescued from the
reef Just in the nick of time by one of
the pilot boys who returned her to her
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SHI WITH WW
There was a large crowd atf the
Oceanic wharf yesterday to see the
Alameda off for the Coast. Many well
known people were among the depart
ing passengers for.San Francisco and
there was the sweet music of the band
nnd a profusion ot flowers to add In
terest to the scene. For some reason
or other there was a large sprinkling
of members ot the notlee force In'cltl
sen's clothes at the wharf and all per
sons who were not well known wero
closely scrutinized by the eagle eyed
guardians ot the pnbllc weal as there
nro at the prflaent time several men
Inwtrjwn whom the authorities con
sider should be kept here In the best
Interests of justlr
Resides the many friends of 'Judge
Gear, Prince David nnd George Davis
thcra wero a great many there to bid
aloha to the departing naval officers
who lately arrived from Tutulla In the
Solace. Tho good byo of these latter
was not completed until the Alameda
had loft tho battleship Wisconsin lying
.outside the harbor. Dy arrangements
made between Admiral Casey and Cap-
a'taln Hcrrlman ot tho mall boat the.
uiirr para very clone 10 uib name- rcya and a verdict of not guilty was
ship nnd moved past her slowly. The ton j 1)y tlio following Jury at 12
big vcBscls exchanged salutes in honor axi. today: Joseph Richard, Jonau
of the departing officers and the band j Nnfclla, George' K. Kala, John M.
nboard the warship played a farewell Davis, Harry 8. Swlnton. Ouy Living
tune. Admiral Evans received an ova- ... Alexander K. Aona. James Ka-
tlon from the tars aboard the big ves
sel as ho passed In the Alameda.
As soon as. the steamer dropped the
pilot she started for San Francisco as '
If.she bad business to attend to and ton; t,. ji. Straus for the defendant,
within ten minutes atT the warship The case rested on the evidenco of In
was left tho mall boat was tearing formers, which tho court Instructed
along through the water at top speed. I the Jury wnB not held of great weight
It 1b thought that If good weather pre- , unsupported. No evidence was put
vails for tho trip tho Alameda will beat on f0r the defense.
the Peru to San Francisco by several j)r. a. II. Carter, for whom a bench
The Hawnilans who have recently
returned from Buffalo,' had a very
pleasant experience on tht train v-hllu
journeying Irom Carrolton to Huipjria,
in Missouri. They wero introduced to
a numoer of Kmnorla Collncn cirl lm
had been to CarrolU.-n to attend tho
convention of the Young Women's
Christian Association of tha State, and
who werr returning on tha samo train
Tho' young ladles? otsw.-tblrtir In
number, sought to entertain that Ha-
wallans with a number of songs, and
then tbo natives returned tho compile
ment by singing number of the most
popular Hawaiian airs, finishing' with
Aiona ue" and "Hawaii 1'unol." Tne,
)oung ladles were very much delight-
ed. and, upon their arrival at Emporia,
they alighted from tho train.- and.
gathering together In a body outside,
gavo three cheers ior tno rtawallans.
A lot of tho men ntudunts who had
conic down from tha college to meet
tbo young ladles and escort 'them
home, ran tin to And out what tho ex-
cltcment was and, having learned
tram their fair lriends who wero
aboard tbo train, themselves gave
threo cheers for tuo natives. This nt-!
tlo Incident pleased tho Hawafians
greatly and thoy went on their way re
joicing. PORTO RICAN VAGKANT.
J. M. Curtis, a, Porto Itlcan, and
formerly an employe aboard tho Kl
nan, wad sent to Jail for bIx months
this morning by Judgo Wilcox. Tho
fellow admitted tnat he had been liv
ing on bis friends for some time past
and Judgo Wilcox said no was Just
the kind of a man i.ie pollco wuro
after. Tho defendant said' be bad
sought for work but bad been uuablo
to obtain any on account of bis being
unable to speak the .anguago of the
country, judge Wilcox replied that
If a man wero really looking for work,
he could find it. Ho would send him
to a place whca ho could get all tho
work ho wanted and tnree square
meats a uay. Anotnor vagrant, Juan
Lugo by name, hart h's case continued
until tomorrow bncati'o tne defendant
stated that ho bod had work up to the
day of his arrest. Ho had recently
cumo from the Island ot Hawaii.
WILL KELP OPEN ItOUSIl.
Tha members of tho Heulanl Club
Will keep open hmiso OU New Yca-JI,
Day. In tho nftornoon dance will be
given nnd refreshments served. Wl'h
tho now year-.inuny Innovations will
uu iiuutvu ui iMti i-iuii-uuuau prupiT,
nnu ma nouso wur do in luturu so con
ducted that tho memb's will bava
n era conveniences for their pleasure
than has been their lurk in tbo past,
it Is proposed by the now house
commlttco that In future monthly en
tertalnmenta of somo hlnn will bo giv -
en at which not only tho members but
fhf.li- ln.lv ni.niiAlntnniM u.ill Im nr...
Cnt nnd thero nro soma very enjoyable
scclal gatherings other than dances
and smokers In prospect.
New York, Nov. 18.-A cable to tba
World from I ondon navs- Th Dully
world from London says. The Dally
Express .publishes a rumor that J.
I'ierpont Morgan Is negotiating for tho
purchase ot one of tho largest British
shipyards,. where be can build twenty
one knot steamers. -
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrial edition. Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
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Evidence 6f Informers
. Fails to Convict
DR. CARTER WAS ABSENT
BECAUSE' OF ILLNESS
Judge Gear Leaves Two Important
Decisions Bothchild's Case
Diopped Matfeis in
A Kumt, the man that looks like
Oom Paul, was tried for selling liquor
uithnnt llrnnun before Judce Humtih
halepua, hcuben A. Dexter, Edward
Woodward, Gcorgo W, Harrison and
George W. Macy. Deputy Attorney
n-ntrnl .1. W. Cnthenrt for tho nrosocu
warrant had keen Issued as a witness
In tbo Rathburn perjury case, -appeared
and stated that he had not obeyed
the Biilipocna hecauso of severe Illness,
and that ho had so notified tho High
Sheriff. The court accepted the excuse
nnd ordered the rcleaso of tho respon
dent. it. J. Gonsalres nnd Mrs. M. Young,
who appealed from conviction by the
District Court of adultery, had sen-
! tenc-e suspended until the February
term on motion ot Mr. Cathcart,
The case of Oscar L. Rothchlld, In
dieted for gross cheat, was stricken
from the calendar. The return on a
bench-warrant by tho High Bberlft
said there was reason to bellevo the
defendant was In San Francisco
Elizabeth Kawaluna petitions for
letters of admlnstratlon on tho cstnto
ot her sister, Annlo Mahanui, to F.
' W. McChcsnoy. Tho ostntu Is alued
' at $400.
l Judge Gear, on tbo evo of departuro
tor San Francisco, mado an order of
foreclosure In tho caso of Kaplolant
Instate vs. C. S. Dcsky et nl. It Is
for ISIi.OOO, Insurance premium ot
"JO and nttarnoy's feo of $750.
Judge Gear decided agnlnst Henry
'Smiths right us tmstce of tho It. W
Holt estate to withhold $2111.70 out of
income for repayment ot advances by
Ilriiro Cartwright, tno former tmstco,
ami ordered the money paid into
coiut. A master's feo of $1S0 Is grant
ed. Bail of Matstiiuoto, Indicted for lar
ceny second degree. Is orfcltcd,
Alfred W. Carter, guaidlan of Annlo
T." K. Parker, In his rccond annual
account reports tha receipts as $49,
3.2G and payments $15,161.90.
i w STtbi
OF SOGIETV'S DOIINo
Within a week or two a brand new
paper Is to mako Its appearance In
this city which will bo up to dato in
every way and Is for tho purposo of
giving more attention to tho social life
of the town than Is now attempted by
tho dally papers.
Tho now paper will bo a weekly
and known as Tho Oosslp, It will deal
principally with society as It is and
with the athletic games of tho social
set. Two well-known young men of
tho town aro nt tho hack nf tho new
publication, and claim that thoy era
receiving a great, ueai ot encouragn-
ment from ndvertlserii nnd minmirt
r0m others Interested in the scheme,
Tho new pnpor will uo after tho stvlu
' 0f Town Talk, u well known paper of
. Hau 1' Tauclsco.
NO PEARR FLLT.
Ono nf tho closest friends of Archln
fllinilan was seen this forenoon with
' refcrenco to rumors about town of Urn
' liosslblo disappearance ot tho latter.
I4, ntntrd thnt thrtt-i. wnn fin npr-nnlnn
for any of Mr. Gllflllaii'B friends to feel
any uneasiness about not having hetrd
ifrom him for such a long tlmo. It Is
possllilo that tlio letters lia wrotw
Hom m, h.n,v ,"lBe"r,r1,,!711' Apa,n;
,l la POSBlblo that Mr. ailllllan wont
h t Scotland to see nls people.
for previous to leaving tho city, no
made tho remark that. If ho fi.ur.d ho
bad time, ho would ranko the 1 1 In. an
ho wns very anxious to again sou bis
BARK OLYMPIC HERE.
Tho four-masted bark Olympic ar
rived horo this morning after a long
and unoventful trip Irom San Fran1
ctsco. Sho was twcnty-flvo days on
tho run, and when sho was not In bad
wenther sho had no weather at all.
Tho trades picked her up day before
yesterday and brought her along at a
gieat rato to port.
First leaving Snn Francisco, tho ves
sel encountered the weather reported
hv tho steamer Tnmplro, Then a pe
riod of calms beset tier nnd sho did
llttlo more than dr.... Tho Olympic
has a largo deckload ot live stock and
pigs, which arrived In good condition.
Of tho thlrty-thrco mules and horses
two mules died tho second day out
from San Francisco and oi 410 plgt
but bIx dlca. Their loss was mado
up, however, by tho birth of twelve
small porkers during tno trip.
It Is reported that one great reason
for tho. Wisconsin remaining outside
is tho fact that she Is a very bad ves
sel to steer. It Is known that on her
builders' trial trip It was noticed that
she would tako a sheer that It was at
times hard to overcome, and that un
der tho circumstances sho was liable
Vi get borscll Into difficulties wncrc
sho Is In a narrow channel Ilka tho
approach to the hnrbor here, 'l no ves
sel Is so very broad for her length
that even with her twin screws It is
bard work to keep her on a straight
courso when under slow speed, and
this being tho case It was uecldcd lor
tho best to remain outside.
A WAR.V1 TOWN.
Tho following extract from a letter
ftom a gentleman In Manila will give
a fair Idea of bow tho town Is being
run. "This Is now a wide-open town,
saloons being In full blast at all hours.
Thirty-two faro 3amcs aro In opera
tlon and craps and roulotto going ot.
nil tho time. Gamblers .pay a license
of $930 a month." ,
TRACilG WATER STORY
THREE MEN REPORTED
LOST IN FISHING B0A1
Hired a Boat on Waterfront Thiee
Weeks Ago and Never Re
turned Rumor of
The regular meeting of tho Hoard of
Supervisors of tho Free Kindergarten
und Children's Aid Association will be
held Friday morning, Dccthibcr Ctb. In
the Y. M. C. A. parlors.
liny your Christmas turkeys from
li. May & Co., lloston block. Theirs
aro the best and tenderest.
A strange story from the waterfront
reached tho Bulletin this morning. If
It did not originate In Idle talk of a
sailors' boarding house, the talo may
have a real tragedy at Its bottom.
"About three weeks ago," the In
formant suys, "threo young fellows
hired a boat nt the waterfront Tho
men were staying at the Sailors' Home.
They were to pay a dollar a day for
tho use of tho boat, with which they
said they intended to try their luck In
fishing fcr tho market.
Tho owners of tha boat waited In
vain for Its return and then ho left
for Austrulla. The boat carried a sail,
"Somo days after the men went out
In the hoot n Bnlllnr vessel nrrlvort.
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rt ssi via a iiui .vt i ( avvu u uunv Uf
sldo down with part ot a sail attached
The Informant was unable to glv l.i put out to pay tho liabilities, and
any names, either of men or ships In- then mora real estate Is bought and
eluded In the story. He had Just more buildings put up. Thus the corn
heard It In private conversation and ?nL S"'ln"c "P"J ""l "11
thought It his duty to make tin al
leged facts public with a view to hav
ing them Investigated.
, . r i urucr oi r.umcs. a was very anxious to havo more Ha
society well known for Its cliarltnblo wallans enter the company. Ho stab
acts whorever It nas a branch, nas Cd further that, had It not oocn for
come forward In Honolulu with a most tho Chinatown fire, tbo company
generous act. According to Its rules, would now bo worth at least $200,000,
a mnn must bo a member of the order for over $100,000 In rents wero lost by
for nt least six months before any means of tho conflagration.
benefits aro allowed him, but notwlth-. . ..
Btnndlng this tho members got togeth-1 Another burglary was committed
n-u t t i . ..---
weeks, was found In tho bav. and
. rn,,n i i .h i ;: .'A.i
made nil tho arrangements for tbo fu
iierai. aii expenses wero pom. ino
i.bkifh icriuiniy ui-scrvu mum crcqii
for this generous action on their part,
The Bulletin's special Industrial edl-
tlon c: 'i- obtained at this office or
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iu nuvi.iii(.. rrico o ccnis.
sisssW ix V
Wo hnw Just received a now lot nt
theso excellent goods, and wo can
truthfully stato to our customers that
they aio better than over. Anyono
who has worn a pair of these Shoes
knows what that means.
To those who havo not found a
Shoe that gives them satisfactory
wenr. wo would suggest that thoy try
a pair of theso, ,
NEAT FITTING, 8TYLI8H AND THE
PRICE IS RIGHT.
And You Can Get Them Only at tht
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
1057 FOUT STRRET.
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Five Room Building at
Corner of Maunakea
CONTRACTORS TO BEGIN
OPERATIONS AT ONCE
Thriving Corporation With Buildings
and Land Evfrywheit Lost
Great Deal in Chkatown
Notwithstanding tho rry of hard
times on cvcry'sldc, buildings contlnuo
to go up In every part of tho city.
Among theso not a tew are stores la
.hlckly populated parts. Tho latec. Is
a five storo one-story building at thi
corner ot King and Maunakoa streets.
This building Is to bo erected by the
ilawnll Land Company, Ltmltcd. It
will bo of brick with a froutago ot
thirty-eight feet on King and ninety
seven feet on Maunakea street.
Tho contract was let a short tlmo
igo to the Yco Sing Tat Company, one
.if the biggest Chlncsa uuildlng firms
if tho city. Tho transaction was at
tended to by W. Ct Acbl. tbo presi
dent and manager of tho land com
pany. Although tho contract docs not
call for a beginning on tho building
until tho first Monday In January, It
,s understood Hint .no contractors In
tend to begin work nt once. As soon
is the building has been complotod,
he flvu storeB will bo rented. There
are already a number of prospnctlvo
tenants waiting to band in their appli
cations. Tim Hawaii Land Company, Limited,
Id ono of thosu corporations that has
been working along quietly for years
put which has not jeen nt to air Its
operations bHoro tho public, although
it has been doing a nig business rignt
It was formed by W. C. Acbl and
a number of his associates for the spe
cial bcnelU ot the Hawallans. Tho ob
ject was to encourage natives to save
their earnings and tie them up In
somo pnylng Investment. The mem
bership of tho company grew steadily
until now there aro noout nvo hundred
natives who arc tho owners of stock,
which can bo obtained tor $10.
Tho company now hns over $100,000
worth of aluablu property and the
$30,000 debt Incurred has been paid
tip to within n little over $5000.
Among tho buildings put up by the
company aro fifteen dwelling houses
on School street, a big threo story
hulldlng near tho Tramways Company
stables In Kapalama, a big two-story
building on Punchbowl street, which
brings In $22S rent a month and many
other smaller bulldogs?
, ln lulton to this, stock In somo of
A """ nluablo sugar estates of the
Islands havo been bought. The conr
pany has COO shares In ono plantation.
as soon as money comes in from
rent or from tho purchase ot stock. It
vuMvsua wi hiuiv ( un,i j buvu un ui
Its existence, sometimes dividends
are forthcoming but, when none aro
declared the stockholders aro satis
fied, for they know their money Is In
a safe place and by-and-by there will
he vory largo returns.
Mr Afihl until thla mnrtiin. .h.t I.A
' .- - - ...- ....
5.ln5 " " ' bothering Ihq pollco.
This tlmo tho offlro oi Fulton & Scott-,
L, customs hotiHo brokers, In tho Camp
mo l.nll l.l..f. ....... ...........I 1 ,. ..-
i,n i,ini, . ,r.i .i . ji.
i" ii uiuin, nan i-mi'll-u null llliy uoi-
- .., tin How was lft hv -arhlrh
ft y,1' ,?Z Traicd Ini a?-
though tho matter was reported to tho
pollco Immediately tho loss was dlscov-
cied, so far thero has been nothing
uono to inquiro into tne matter.
$3.00 TO $4.50