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In these days with the elegance 'nml Ercnt variety o(
choice materials the selection of suitable Chrlfltmas present
Is made comparatively easy, ami the beautiful ancient custom
of gift-giving has bucomo a most popular one.
Suggestions, however, like the ones we offer below, are al
ways of great viihio to the buyer and although wo havo not
tbo space to give prices and descriptions, wo will bo pleased to
show you through every department.
GRASS LINEN DOILIES, CENTER8, I ABLE COVERS,
hand embroidered in linen or silk. GRASS LINEN HAND
KERCHIEFS, CREPE SILKS, PINEAPPLE SILK8, 8ILK
SHOPPING BAG8, HAND EMBROIDERED 80 FA CUSHIONS,
8ILK UMBRELLAS, KID OLOVES. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
PURSES, CHATELAINES, BELT8, FANCY COMBS, FANCY
HOSIERY In black or colors: LADIES' CAPES.
Children's Coats and Jackets,
Infants' and Children's Socks,
Hosiery, Bonnets, Caps, Dresses,
Slips, Underwear, Etc. .: .: .:
wc time tin elegant dtttiortincnt of TRIMMED
HATS for Lndlcdiml .MIhhcs, ami n good rnnftc
of HlmpcH which wc enn trim ipon tthort notice
to ilrop your tlckctx for your favorite pre
vious to IU o'clock, Suturtliiy Night, December
SlHtfim they will not count If dropped Inter
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HENRY WATTERSON, KENTUCKY EDITOR, WHO HAS AN
EARLY PRESIDENTIAL BOOM.
Mr. Ilcnr.r Wiiltorsnii, who I wild to linn- mi eye mi the Democratic
uomlnntlon for president In 1KM. is tlio oillli.r or the Lonlivlllc Courier.
.Tournnl mid Ii.im been fur ninny jitim one nr tbe rorenmil Journal!! oC Hit
countrr. His friend say Hint In- will nciept n iioiiiliiiitlon for snwrnor of
Kentucky In VKl'l mill If elected will ben ciilullil.ilo for tbo Deiiiucrallc pre.
dcntlill litiialimtluli the next jciir.
BA1 SILAl SGHEMEOIMDEWITHJAPAN
FORGERS SYNDICATE DEALT
IN BIG SUMS OF MONEY
Methods of the Manipulators Brought
Out in Court Opened Large
Accounts Liverpool Bank
FOOD PRODUCTS ARE
THE PRINCIPAL IMPORT
Japan Buys Sugar, Coffee and Books
Statement Showing Trade of
Past Ten Years Balance
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AUENT5 for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime :
Dick's Balata Belting ;
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
14 Motel Street, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
'MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREBT.
. O. Box 886 3alZ3. 21ft
BIQ HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOYS.
Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
PRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
p. O. Bos vti. Tsu il.
THE OLDEST Clli. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dolors ta Fln SI kt and Grati Ltnni. Chlniw ami Jipaom Goods of All KIM.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
I-oriclon, Dec. 2. Thomas Peterson
Ooudle, the bookkeeper of the Hank
of Liverpool, who disappeared ut thi-
lime of the dlbcovery that the haul:
had been rolibod of about CITU.DOO
(about $850,000). was in nt mini today
nt Ilootlo, whero lie had been In hldliiK.
Caudle had C300 In IiIh pockets when
nrrustril. Ho Will hu briment to I.on
don for trial with the other men takou
into custody In connection with tlio
rcbliery, two or whom I)lcK IlurKi.v
tbo puKlllHt, and K. T. Kelly, the hook'
maker of Ilradford were remanded
today, after a partial henrinK of tbo
uvldence nnalnst them.
Hundreds of people clamored for ud
miuslon into the rouitrooin nt How
Ktrcct, hardly capable of holding those
directly Interested In the cave. OharlcH
Mathews, counsel for the victimized
bank. In pi'enentlnK the cane againKt
the prlsonerR, gavu the first authentic
details of the frauds. Ho explained
tfcat there had been twenty-seven
checks forced. The flnt two affected
Goudle. Tho next twelve, representlnc
In valuo C 25,300, would be mainly
traced to Kelly. Another seven checks.
aggregating 53,000, would he first
traced to Kelly and afterward to Kelly
and another person r.ot jet befoin thf
cturt. Six other rhi"ks, valued at
C51.000, would he traced first to Law-
rle MarkH.vnho paid them into hip Imi.U
accounts. Hut somo nr tho rroceiil.i
'voio alau traceable to Il'irse. The
whole amount had been drawn nut of
tbe Dank of Liverpool by checks
drawn to account of (1. W. Hudson.
Evidence was then presented to
show that I.awrle JlarkK opened an
account with the Credit Ly.fiinaU nt
tho end of 1899. In October, 1901, ho
paid In the first Hudson checU,
amuuntlng to .CHOOO. loiter he Intro
duced Hurge, who opened an account.
After the first Hudson check as paid
In, In October Marks deposited two
more Hudson checks, for 1'J,U00. On
November 1st .Hurge. accompanied by
Marks, en shed n check for 1 .1.000, r
reiving C2T0O In notes Tlio same
day tho identical notes werii depotd!
cd by James Manccs, whom MnrKrf
had in tbe meanwhile 'ntroduied ut the
Marks, on November ttL, deposited
a Hudson check for .C.'tO.OOO. and No
vember Sth Hurge presented a check
for 15,000, drawn by Marks in his
favor, while Mances. tho samo day,
cashed another of Mark.' (becks for
C 10.000. A wltnc3 tLhtitlcd to n
number of similar transnctljiii When
ISi'j hank was enjoined 'he unio'inls
slandlng to the credit of the accused
wore: Hurge, C13.SS5; Murks, .10,.
f91; nml Manccs, 15,987. The latter
had also 1S.OOO worth of consols.
According to the books, Mnrks re
ceived 82,000 Irom tho Hank of I.lv
eipool, of whlcii amount U 47.000 was
tinnsfeired to Hurgo ami 20.000 to
Mances, leaWng Maiks 15.000.
After the presentation of evldeno
to the effect thai 1(1.000 had been
placed to tho credit of llurge's wife,
end Kelly explainer! that he received
Ihu checks from Goudle, who said hu
icprchcntcd a big syndicate formed by
Hudson .intl another to hack horses for
largo sums, tho prisoners were re
manded into custody.
SOCIETY PLANS CHANGE.
New York, Dec, 8. A special to the
Sun from Washington says: With
President Itooscvclt in the White
House, and his daugatar. Miss Alice
Itooscvclt, young, strong, athletic nnd
rnnu or the gayer side of life, a won
deiul lnnoatlon will take phiro in
Washington society. Though tho
largo receptions and teas of former
years will still be rcqucnt, a greater
number of balls, and oanceH have been
lutroduced into the social program
Tho hall to bo Riven by tho Presi
dent for his daughter on January 3d,
will really open tho season for these
festivities, and will no the largest nnd
most brilliant atfalr nt the Whlto
House In many yoais. Until this, only
gmnll and early dances for the younger
people of society, but very exclusive,
will tnko place. After the President's
bull, Miss Kean, a Bister nf Senator
Kcnn iinil cousin of President Hoose
velt by" marriage will glo n ball for
Miss Alice Koosovolt on January fith,
This will ho followed by a bnchelors'
cotillon, which wi.i ho led by MIhs
Roosevelt and Captain McCauley, nnd
n ball on January 15th.
Yokohama. Nov. 25. Japan-Hawaii
commerce has been considerably In
creasing year alter yenr. The amount
of Imports nnd exports transacted tho
lest ten yinrs may bo seen from the
Imports from Imports to
1S91 0B.4S2.170 2fi,:itil.fi20
U92 fi2.nii.il0 (117.510
1193 n lK7.S22.n90 3.fi9S.870
1t9f 313.908.170 B,14".7S0
U95 393,(189.040 2.1U3.4I0
1S9I1 513.188.150 9,9Jfi.S00
1897 524.179.G70 1,14.0S0
U9S 717,3r,fi.910 23,950.800
Ibfl'J 1,352.949.850 3,622.740
l'.'OO 1.29I.78U.500 5.205.3011
The staple articles of Import are
liquor, sulphur, soy, vermicelli, beans,
dried cuttlefish, pickled salmon, dried
ycung sardines, dried fishes, pickled
flr.hes, glukgo blloba, shlllake (a kind
of dried mushroom), sea weeds, ear
shells, cytherea nicretrlx, lobster, cot
ton cloth, books, coal,' matches and
umbrellas, while the staple articles of
imports consist of coffee, sugar and
CASE HAS DAY SET
Report of Master in Chancery on
Hayselden Estate Raises
the Question of
Chief Juttlce Vicar yesterday fixed
Monday, January 0, ns the day for the
hearing of the 'mandamus proceedings
against Judge Humphreys In the Ka
Among other things petitioners al
leged "that 'the snld Hon. A. S. Humph
reys is tbe only Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit now In the
Territory of Hawaii; that the Hon.
fleo. I). dear Is absent from the Ter
ritory and petitioners have no knowl
edge as to the time he proposes to
return; that the questions Involved In
this matter nre pressing and require an
Immediate hearliiR and speedy deter
mination, nnd petitioners have already
suffered Rrent loss by reason of the
long delay In the hrarlng of this mat
ter, and they will suffer Irrcparnbio
loss and injury unless the matter ran
lie heard and determined forthwith.
To Oils petition Judge Humphreys
hag filed a demurrer as follows: "And
now comes the respondent In the nhoro
entitled matter and demurs to the al
ternative writ herein, for that said al
ternative writ does not state facts suffi
cient to entitle the petitioners to the
K. J. Ilussel, muster, reported yes
terday on tho nnnual account of K. P.
illshop, trustee of the cstntc nf James
.0. Hayselden, The Inventory show
real estate worth $5000 nnd personal
propel ty valued at $25.o 18.38. Th
trustee's commissions amount to J1M.
33, nnd be also charged nlmself with
Interest at 0 per cent on the uninvested
money In his hands, of which the mas
ter reports Is correit. In conclusion,
"I also desire to call the Court's at
tention to the fact that all of the chil
dren of the deceased nre of age, and
hae been for several years, and that
Ibis estate has never been distributed,
thus ralsliiK the question whether or
not the trustee should be dlschaige,)
ns administrator with the will annexed.
The will of tue deceased does nol pro
vide that Hie trustee ns trustee shall
under nny nccnuut to the court."
The master also recommends nn In
crease of the bond from (2S.000 to f.'.O,-000.
llavo much to say In favor of tho new enclosed Arc Lampt
MR, W, W. DIMOND says: "I cannot sny too much In praise of
these lamps: they glvo n soft, penetrating light, dvenly distributed,
nnd without fluttering or noise. They are the best lamps I have ever
MR. W. H, SMITH, Manager of Manufacturers' Shoe Co., says:
"Thoy arc tho best lights wc have ever used, and I take great pleas
ure In recommending them."'
We havo many other such recommendations. Wo will Install
these tamps at n small cost, nnu they will Rive you five times tho
amount of light of tho Incandescent nt the same cost Hum eighty
hours with one trimming. For further Information Rend us a postal,
or ring up Main .190, nnd wc will be pleased to call at your office.
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EXPLORER IN IMED
BY HUH OB
w m win
New York, Dec. 8. Correspondence
of the Associated Press from St. Pe
tersburg, dated November 22d, suys:
Vladimir Hogoraz, leader of the Si
berian department of the Jrnup Noith
Pacific expedition, who returned to St.
Petersburg about ten days ago, after
nearly a year and n half of exploration
In North Siberia, was Invited to lec
ture before the Imperial Geographical
Society In this city last night. A large
company assembled to hear him, hut
word came at the last moment that he
had been expelled from the city by tho
police. Ibe cause of this action was
said to he an article published by Ho
goraz In a local newspaper.
Instead of IlOKoraz' lecture a letter
was rend from his companion, Vladimir
Jnckelson, who Is still In Siberia. Jack-
clton said that anthrometric mensuie-
ments had been mndo among the Karl
nks and tluee skullu obtained. Thirty
phonographic cylinders were filled
with Karlnk utterances ami songs.
, Clay objects were found by excava-
tlons. This Is held to prove that a
I higher civilization onro picvnltcd In
Kamchatka, since the present trlbcn
(are Ignorant of pottery.
I Tho expedition left San Francisco
March 17, 1900, for Vladivostok to
'gather material about the origin of the
American races and their affinities
with Asiatic trlhts. In June, 1900, Ho
goraz went to tho Anudyr country, nnd
, on July 21th Jackelxon and his com
1 pnnlon, Axelind of Zurich, wCnt to U
ijlga. Hogoraz made a study of the
Knmchatkau and Karlaks, and then
proceeded northward nearly to Hvhrlng
straits. Uo sledged about 10,000 versts
Ills entire collection embraces 12,000
objects, nnd a comparative grammar
of tho native languages shows them to
belong to the Esquimaux group.
Another member of tho expedition,
t Norman Huxton, who directed the
zoological nnd botanical work, shipped
sixty-live tons of collections to New
York by sea. Huxton left Viadivostock
on October JSIth, and reached Moscow
after twesty-one days. On the way
ocr Huxton fell in with some of tho
American miners who havo been en
gaged In Mongolia by the Kusso-Chln-esc
Hank. They have been released
for the winter, ns tho necessary mn
chlncry .must bn brought Into tho coun
try before the mining work can proceed.
There were about thirty of the ath
letes of tho city present In the head
quarters of tho Honolulu Athletic Club
last evening and n rousing meeting was
held. The reason for all the enthu
siasm wns the object of tho meeting It
self tho talking oxer of plans for tha
reception of the Olympic football'team,
expected in the Alameda. John Wa
tcrhoiixe acted as chairman of the com
mittee. After considerable discussion, It was
decided to aiHiliit committees to for
mulate plans for the reception of tho
visitors, those to he put Into effect
Immediately upon their urrlval.
Percy Hciibon was appointed conch of
mi All-Ilonollu team to try cnnclusloni
with the Olympics. The following
finance committee nas appointed:
John Wntcrhouso (chairman), Sam
Johnson, It, King, John Wise nnd J. A.
Thompson. Messrs. Percy llcnson
(chairman), C. Morse and John Wlno
were uppolnted a reception committer.
These plncrs will meet the Usltors at
John Wis", who has been cnntnsslng
for subscriptions to get 't no Olympics
here, reported that be had promises of
There will be no game on Chilstmas
Day, since the Honolulu players will
need at least a week during which ta
i prepare for the fight against the 1hI
tors, me urst game win ue pin) en on
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