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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 01, 1906, 2:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Image 1',
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A BUSINESS RESOLUTION THAT CREATES RESOLUTION
From 8n Francisco:'
If voti houahL evervthlna In the! tf
jl best market, how mticn money could
jl you tave In a .year? A turn largi ,
fi eiouqh to cay yourtelf uood waaet
Korea ..Jan. 6
Ventura Jan. 10
Coptc ,...Jah. 17 ,
For San Franeltco! .
Alameda . . Jan. 3
Siberia t.Jn E
From Vancouver: :
Mlnwnrn. , . Jan. 13 '
' for the time spent In reading the M,'
i There It as great a need of Intelll- m
. gence In buying thlnge at In any oth- M
, cr line oi aauy routine ano -snop- v
, ping tente" It not a gift It comet
only to those who read ads. m
' NO BUYER IN HONOLULU CAN X
AFFORD TO NEOLECT THE DUL
, LETIN A08.
Moana Jan. 10 ,
I WILL.USE BULLETIN STEADILY
Vol. XVIII No. 32(19
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII. MONDAY .JANUARY I. 190(5
Pbiob 6 Gents
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Will Risk No Repetition
Of Old Term Lapse
POINT HIGH rilEAKIN
TO I). S. SUPHEME COUhT
JANUARY TERM FORMALLY OPEN
i, ED, DUT NO ATTORNEYS AP
PEAR ON THE CtUIET
Whllo work was generally suspeud-,
ed today In the Jiidlciar) building,
Judgo lloblnson made an exception oy
formally opening Uio Circuit ,Cuurt for
the January term. Ho did this to pre
sent any possibility ot the term being
' declared lapsed because It was not
opened on the first day of January,
which might have been the case had the
ipcnlng been postponed until touior-
ow ott account o( tho holiday toda'.
This term lapso 'question was- brought
up last term and caused much delay
of tho work. ThejScpteinbor term was
opened pni September 2, as September
1 was Labor day, which was declared
a public holiday, and several attorneys
tVimlo tho claim that tho term had
lapsed,! becauso thelaw provided that
It should open September 1. Although
tho Supremo Court finally found, tho
term to bo legally In session, Judge
lloblnson did not want to tako any
"I Qpcn tho4erm today to protent
tho posslblllt of tho term lapse point
being carried up to tho United Stated
Supremo Court," said Judgo Robinson
this morillng. ''Such an appeal might
bo taken In any 'case lnoulng moro
than S50U0. or. If n criminal case, ono
In which thodeath penalty might bej
Indicted. Although tho JodallSuprcruol
court hail rilieu on me point, nomine
that theppeulpg of the. September term
on September 2 was 'legal, still , the
Supreme' Court'ln Washington might
hao a different view on tho question, I
In which rase much work. and, great ex
penso 'would' bo wasted, so I am not
going to tako any risk." J
The Court wai formally opened at 10
o'clock. All the defendants named in
tho criminal calendar, who are at pre
cnt in custody, were present under, tho
protectlnlg wing of OflUer Ceorgo Huty
bell, but not an attorney showed up.
llalllff dent Qulnu Improssl.cly
1 nnnlrAil tViroA Hmnd nllh hfa I It tin
hammer, and made tho format an
nouncement: "Hear e, hear ye, hear'
jo. This honorable Circuit Court for
tho January term, 130C, ts now In session."-
"Any ex parte motions, gentlemen?"
asked Judgo lloblnson, addressing Im
, No answer being given the Court an
nounced an adjournment until tomor
row morning, when the Judge will de
liver his charge to tho Qrand Jury,
after which the criminal calendar will
V. W'l!nrrl atntivl thin nnnn that
no word has yet been recolvedifrom tho
other Islands regarding tbelr selection
of members of the Washington delega
tion. - '
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GOOD1 THINGS COMING
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To Give Honolulu
j ; y Playgoers An M
ORPHEUM BLOCK TO BE RENOYATED
Tomorrow work starts on. tho com- brs, for Improcmcnts and renovation
pleto renovation o( the Orphcum build'- ot the theater and building,
ing. including store, and the theater, 5ta5gllrtowl JS
Saturday afternoon last a contract increased as to the latter dimension
was Blgned between Jool Cohen, jepro- bytcn or twejvo fciL A new roof will
bcniing uio ucrman. aaviiigs unu, imhu lo placed on the structure and prac-
Society ot San Francisco, owners, and
Lucas Brothers, of this city, contract-
, Order a bunch at the WELLS FAR.
GO office for the 8. 8, Alameda, due
to tall for, the Coast on Alan. 3d. '
WVZVJTTS. Jf TTyV .. J
jHfcJ!9y g MSMiip j t,Vi ;vi
hj If felHN
fl )AV iIMIi.'?'!'
1 Rain . Coats
For dqual or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this label (
tically u new, front will appear.
(Continued on Pag 4.)
S I cgal Holiday Government of- $
', flees and business bouses closed.
? Tennis tourney at Ewa. 8
4- Special golf at lTalelwa.Valalua.
1:3Q p. m. Uaseballi at now banc; i
't- bpll park: uood Kyon vs. Un- -f
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2:1S Jii m.f-Mstlnee' at the Or- -!
tim tueater: "Why Women
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ij 3 1 IB p. m. Iiaschall nt now'basc-
' ball park: 1'unalious vs. II.
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8:00 p, rhtMroptti. PrognJss halli
utvision .No. i and Ludlcs Auv
Hawaii Inspires Play
By Ernest Wilkes
For Local Production
PRETTYIOYE SKETCH OF ALOHA-LAND
For tho first time professional actors departs. Then tho "friend" gets In his
will produce a drama with tho sceno fine work and writes to the absent hue-
cast In Hawaii,
Ernest Wilkes of tho National Stock
company, Hlciurd Iluhlcr's aggregation
of talent, line written a ono-act play,
taking (or his plot a Hawaiian theme.
Within a fxw weeks this will be pro
duced, probably for three nights run
band to the effect that his wlfo has
been untrue to him. Tho fool ot a
hubby believes. Ijiter ho hears that
his wife is dead. After all this he
takes his time about returning to tho
One day, however, years after, he
nlng, at the least, at the Orplieum tho- does return and. In tho beauteous ree
nter, by the crowd of players which Ion of Walklkl, or thereabouts, dtscor
has to pleased Honolulu playgoers the crs a young relative making ardent
last month or so. love to an entrancing three-quarter
Wilkes' short play Is entitled "Tho white. He advises the youth to cut It
Half-White" (hapahaole) and Is sure out, telling him his own experience,
to catch on. I but, while tn tho midst, of his lecturo
f nlA thA air At nt iilll Kn rtini1 unAit tn ' an I nstfittint rLfftirm urlilitfi rnvnillti tfx
tho mainland and thus accomplish some
good promotion work for these Islands,!
as It will serve, to' advertise the fact
that Hawaii can Inspire plays as well
as boast a long list, pt advantages and
In "Tho Talf-Whlte" a white maa'
marrlcaa beautiful half-white and half-.
Hawaiian girl, with, of course, the
blood ot the Kamehamehas coursing
j through her elns. It Is a loe match. I
lllary, A, 0 II. t ln ,no m'dst of weir happiness ne is
8:15 p, m.-Orphcum theater: -j. suddenly c-jilled away to the mainland'
Jiionnrn ijuniers Pinters In u" i'i'"i""i wu ui v.
Why Women Sin." s his departure from Jionoiuiu ne abkt
an Incident occurs which reveals to
him that tho girl to whom tho youth
(Continued on Page 8.)
beauty and all-round
superiority has made them
the choice of all men "
$18.00 to $30,00
,For sale pnjy by
' K-10 in flf.ltl ti tn Itilltnllnn ,nn,
f fert nt1 Young hotel. t )
0-30 p. m1 In nation liall at the
j Young hotel.
his "best friend" to look after his littlu
iwlfe during his alence, to keep a
brotherly oo on her.
The frleud promlaes anq the Uutband
will bo, yours If you let, us make your
Investments for you. Our experience
Is at your disposal and, you will not
know a moment's care or anxiety. Dlv
Idendt will come with pleasant regu
larity and will , represent the best re
turn thai )t It possible to get (or Vour
Hen.) Waterhousa Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices! Cor. Fort and Merchant fits.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ DUILDINQ.
Have Just Opened a Large v
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
BUY A RONEO I
A RONEO It a copying machine that dots the work of a print.
Ing press. It It Indlipemablt to every professions! and business of-
v it wllf prOdJco; (liom.ono; handwritten' or tyrTewrHten'4 orlglnSl, tip J
rB a-j -C- I.- - m mm ' l- Lit -.. l- 4. ' J...t..-J . 4k aUtkAt rt tM
xo a man o,vw copies 01 mrj itu, irvui n punwiu iu ii i -m
brief and every copy will have the exact appearance of the original,
Morales, Calls For . ,
Surrender Or Ffght
CAPE HAYTIEN, Jan. 1 It It reported that President Morales on board j
the Dominican cruiser Independela, hat landed 250 men near Puerto Plata -and
hat notified the Governor of the place that he wl'll attack unlets he sur-
renders within 24 hours. American warships will not Interfere but will tako Hi
Happy New Year v
1 (Atioctated Trfit 0ywt.tr vmi
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1. The President's reception at the White Houfo t
today was a brilliant affair attended by hundreds. I
RU88IA IS QUIETING DOWN.
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RIGA, Jan. 1 The situation In the Daltlc provinces of Russia Is Improved, -t
There have been no terlous outbreaks recently.
, M'CLELLAN TAKES OFFICE.
Mtioelateif rrttt pWal HUI
NEW YORK, Jan. 1. George 0.' McClellan today formally began, hit sec
ond term of office.
MRS. M. F. 8MITH DEAD;
borax king, It dead from apoplexy,
(Attottaltd Prfi nvrcial CotU) 1
Jan. 1Mrt. F. W. Smith, the wife of the millionaire
Several business changes take effect
with tho opening of tho new year, most
of them anticipated by the Uulletln
during the past week or so.
lly mutual consent, of tho members
of tho partnership of P, A. Schaefcr &
Co.. Herman Kocko retired from tho
business on the last of the year, P. A.
Schaefcr and W, 1-anx now nlono con
stituting tho citabllshmcnL Kocke will
travels for a while. Tho buslncns will
be conducted as heretofore
M. S. Qrtnbaum & Co. whose con
templated change was also exclusltely
(Continued on Page 4.)
MOANA NEW YEAR'S DINNER.
A special menu for a New Year's din
ner has been prepared by tho Moana
hotel for their diners this evening. Sev
eral dinner parties hno reserved tables
and It Is probable that innny other par
ties of city peoplo will spend their ccni
ing at this popular resort. There will
ba plenty of music And following tho
dltmcr, if It is desired by the guests,
there will ho darning.
In line with tho generally contcm- .
plated movo to reduce dividends on all J
sugar stocks because of tho present low
price of sugar, tho Pioneer Mill Com
pany, which has been paying two per
cent per month, Is paying out Its first
monthly dividend ot 100G at tho rato -of
ong per rent, nt of January 2nd.
FINDS iiY OVER ";
The TROPIC "fRUlT COIPANy
has again commenced the shipment of
Its choice pineapples to the rnahnland-
Leave orders at the Wells Fargo of
fice, King St.
Considerable anxiety was felt last.,
night by the friends of Paul Enters, E. '
I.. Krust and Mr. Ellchner, who left
hero early yesterday morning In a
yacht. They did not retnrn last night
ana mo people ai reari cuy ware nun-
fled to bo on the lookout (or the party.
Nothing had been seen, of tho yacht ,
and this morning n number of men In '
toats went out searching (or tho three. "
Jack Young, who was -taking a party
to the Peninsula, sighted tho trio this
morning on their way to Honolulu.-
ThSy arrived latu thfs afternoon, mucin:
to tho pleasure of their relatives and
it fends. . '
Payment of tewcr and water ralew
will be 'due after today. Jhe water
rate becomo dellnuueut aflcr Janu
ary IB. i
Puttie Leggins , .
If you nro fond of rldlnus t'""0
MtyllMli thlnirw'to vof are
tl-iOMo Puttlo UonKln.
RuMldo th'elr Mtylca thoy
koup tho trousiur- fro.n
bucomlnK , vrlrklcU or
Genuine Pigskin Putties $8.00 t
Russia Leather "$5.00
Russia leather spring leggins, with or
vithouJ caps on front $5100
Manufacturers Shoe Co,
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Come and let ui show you this Wonderful little machine.
It ) warranted for ten years and the price It $0500
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