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NOWHERE IS THE GOAL OF THE MERCHANT WHO FOLLOWS THE ROAD TO ANYWHEffljJ
F'om 8an Francisco:
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THE EVENING BULLETIN hat
received the leal of Public Annroval
an an advertltlng medium thla It
Alameda Jan. 19 (
evidenced by the ateady patronage
! lerr Jan. 31
ot Honolulu merchants. ' " "
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BULLETIN ADS HIT THE MARK
Vol. XV III No. 328))
16 PAGES HONOLULU. TEKK1TOKY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. JANUARY 13. IDOli-13 PAGES
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THAT TOURING AUTO IS WHAT YOU WANT
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More New Precincts
To Be Created
For Coining Election
FOUR SEPARATE BALLOTS TO BE VOTED
Tlio Governor' staff will In tho very
near future, begin Its work on tho prep.
arnt!ons for this year's election. The
principal work will ho tho rc-arrang
Ing of tho election districts so as to
make them uniform with tho country
districts, according to a provision to
that effect In tho County Act. At tho
election of last year theso districts
were not uniform. In tho case of many
of tho precincts they wcro overlap
ring, part of them being In ono district
and part' In another. All this will bo
ilono away with by tho new arrange
ment. Tho placing Into effect of tho now
nrrangement will In soveral places
ontiso additional precincts to bo cro
ntcd Notice has already been mnila
of three places, two on Maul and ono
on Knual, where new precincts nro
wanted. These wcro wanted at thu
time of thu last County election, but
owing -to the law, which provides that
r sixty-day notice must ho given of
inch changes, lliero was not sufficient
tlmo then to put them Into effect.
Tho arrangements aro to bo made ns
caily ns possible, as tho creation of
when ho Is confronted with no lens
than four different lists and a perfect
chaos of names, Is going to tako con
siderable tlmo to mark his ballot. It
Is certain thnt In the precincts having
upwards of 500 voters It would bo ut
terly Imp'osslblo to get nil tho regis
tered voters through tho booths In tho
prescribed tlmo, and for this reason
tho largo precincts, especially thoso
populated by tho moro Ignorant
classes, will have to bo split In two.
United Slates Commissioner Mating
Is at present kept busy committing
Porto Itlcan ladles who lovo well but
rot wisely, and who for that reason
nro brought beforo Mating on bigamy
Dan Cafe Is In town from Maul. Ho
represents his Island as delogite to
WMhlnglr-n In the matter of the sev
enty live per cent revenuo measure for
"I shall remain In the city until the
delegation leaves far Washington on
the Mon.o.la," said Mr. Case this
trrrnliig, "when I accompany the rest
of tho dclce.iles. Maul Is enthusiastic
o.er tin protpects of tho Territory get
tlu;S thN concession of seventy-flve per
cent of tho Federal rovenue. Wo must
all work Rr It with a will and let
nntl'li.s clss occupy our attention on
tlilH linpctlant mission,"
Speaker of the House of ltcprcscnta-tlvn-.c
Hrle A. iCnudscn stnted this morn
ing that tho latest news ho had received
fitnn Knuul was to the effect that that
Istaml had riot succeed' d In raising a
cent towurd the expenses of a representative
new prc-cmcc. w cno esiuunsu- cbrgc8. The tlilrU caso Of this kind
iii in uuvt jirvviini iiuub una umci'in, icntiin in
wi.eic.y incidentally, n good deal ofAl,pln ,.ozadoz wbo waa arrcstcd tlllB
more Interest In politics will probably mornl wn8 b ,lt bof Mallng. A nnliae Pnr.nwr.nmk D!nQ
bo worked up. Tho rearrangement Tll0 comnInmt n an8t icr showed ! ApplleS OUlTyCOlTlD, ripe
ought to he mado beforo thu parties ..... OI1 Mnri,h s,903. ... tllB,rin,, ,, .... ' '
Ana uocKscrew On
Icamo up this morning, when tho fair
Girls In Short Skirts
With Parents' Consent
ISSUERS OF LICENSES ARE NERVOUS
A 40-year-old Chinese and an alleged
14-ycar-old Hawaiian girl aro about tc
cater tho bonds of matrimony. Tho
licence was Issued this morning.
Ah Young Is tho Oriental and Uttla
Anna Kahaulcllo Is the bride-to-be.
Sho looks to be about eleven years ot
girl was fourteen and declared thai
the and her husband wcro both wilt
ing that tho girl should be married to
tho Chinese, who gave his name as Ah
Young and his ago as forty.
There was apparently nothing to do,
since everybody was willing, but Issuo
tho license. This wna done. A curious
age, but she says sua is rourteen and crowd had gathered about the office
her mother also says she Is fourteen, and ncross tho street, meanwhile, for
and her mother should know, even It, news travels fast and people wcro rc-
thc girl docs not.
Anna's mamma, accompanied by An
na and Ah Young, with his cars,
marking on the strango union.
Further Inquiry at offices of thoso
permitted to grant marrlago licenses,
thrlco the weight of tho girl's entered 'elicited the Information that such In
the office of William Savldgo on Mer-jcldcnts as above noted had not been
chant street, tills morning and naked Infrequent of late. Not long ago tho
tor a marriage license for Ah and An-' father and mother of n Portuguese glr)
na. Savldgu looked nt tho girl and called at a license office and asked for
gasped. She appeared to him to bo n license for tho marring of their
scarcely eleven enrs old. Her dress child to n Japanese. Everybody was
only came to her knees; she had on willing and tho license was granted,
very new shoes and wnlkcd as if they 'The Japanese guvo his ago as somo-
hurl her feet; she wore a little wblto, thing ocr forty and tho parents u
linvn nln1,lll,n,l tlinlv linota tnr .Inln. """" "."ivuw, ". " u.univu UIIU
... ........... ...v.. o .... , v. nm sing, wmio on Mnrch 14, 1305, her
SiCM" L ?"JC" ,M, HV .rBt. husband being then .till living,)
I . iV .11 """.trio had another nlfatr of tho heart,
toIderatlou I which culminated In her marrying
The largo number of ballots and a w u Attorney Straus en-
nam, to bo voted for make another 'havered In vain to wrest tho lady
mportant reason for tho creation of from tho ra of tu Iaw am, Ma '
new precincts. As tho general Terr I- 6no wa8 cbomralltcd.
nrlal and tho County election will, Joo cvnrai t,10 BOcond luitband of
lake place on ho samo day, tho voters Pr0Vdencla Andlno, who was commit
wl have no less than four different tcd ycR,crday on a chargo of bigamy,
ballots to mark, namely: one for Del- aul)carcd beforo tho Commissioner this
rgate to Congress one for Senators, forcnoon on n cliarg0 ot ndultcry, on
one for Representative, and ono for wnlcll bo wa8 comlnUcd.
tho County officials. Figuring on the , , .
basis that there will bo threo separate!
parties In the fight, tho Republicans,
tho Democrats and tho Homo Rulers,
rind that each wilt put up Its own
complete list of candidates, there, will
Tho following special vcnlro
NEW CONFESSIONS BY
MODERN OPIUM EAHR
SILVCR QUESTION AND OPIUM
SMOKING DISCUSSED AT THE
HEARING OF AH ON D.
Lo a tremendous lot of names for the this forcnoon issued by Judgo Hoblu
oter to mark. Thus In Honolulu, for won:
instance, there will bo three names for
iV divorce case ot most unnsual In-
nfl'torost wns heard beforo Judgo Lindsay
tins morning, i lie iiiieiiunt was ireno
dress and a pink sash and a legburu
"How old arc you?" asked Savldgo.
"Fourteen." said the child. "She
seemed bashful, a bit, hut then all
brides aro bashful," said Savldgo In
telling tho story when seen by a Bul
Her mother also Insisted that the for Ilrcckons hero.'
dared that the girl was fourteen, at
though she looked younger. She also
wore short skirts.
There are other cases.
"I think, In some cases," said a Mer
chant street nutnry public this morn
ing, "that tho young girls aro sold to
the Orientals. There inignt tio worn
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13- Admiral Goodrich and other naval officers
visited the Chinese Commissioners today. After the call a reception was
given at the Merchants' Exchange followed by banquet.
Strangled by Wire
CHICAGO, Jan. 13. Mrs. Franklin Holllster was found strangled to
death today. A copper wire was used to kill the woman, whose body was then
thrown In a refuse heap. Richard Ivlns confessed having killed the woman In
an attempt to assault her.
KOREAN OFFICER DEAD.
ST.PETERSDURQ, Jan. 13. Ylchuyong, the former Minister of War of
Korea, was stabbed at 11 o'clock today by an alleged interpreter named Undle,
M0RALE3 TO PORTO RICO.
Murocwletf frrvt &prJI Catl$)
SAN DOMINGO, Jan. 13. President Morales has gone to Porto Rico
boar dthe U. S. steamer Dubuque,
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13. SUGAR! 88 analysis Deets, 8s 3d. Parity
3.71 cents. Previous quotation, 8s 2 Hd.
Delegate, nine for Senators, twelve for
Representatives, twclvo for Supervi
sors, thico for Sheriffs, threo for Dep
uty Sheriff, three for County Clerk,
threo for County ittorney, threo for
Treasurer and threo for Auditor, male.
Ins a total of no less than fifty-four
separate names, of which tho voter
IMwIn Mitchell, Jns. Haughton,! "" no wanicu to navo sunuercu
A. A. Dunn, J. Ordcnstcln, B. p. Whlto. un" ' mnrnago uy wmen sno
E. 8wan, Wm. Knhlbaum, W. p.l was united to Ah On, tho former police
O'llrlen, J. a. AlbortB, Jas. Lemon. ulcff- , A. Douth tt appeared for
Chas. Crozler, John Mallna, W. It. Wa- '" '"'e ant and S. F. Chilllngworth
ters and A. S. Robertson. i for the "bellco.
.Airs, aii un iiaciicu up ncr nuega.
Tho dtrortors of Kwa Sugar Planta
tion held a meeting this forenoon and
decided to reduce tho monthly divi
dends to one half of ono per cent.
Kwn has been paying dividends of
ono per cent, per month and tins also
Ring up llluo Ull and Inquire about ' cruelty with most abundant
tho Jams Mrs. Kcarns Is selling at lie. ovldonce showing that Ah On In the
per pound. This should Interest all nuer of torturing her had at least
Should tho Clvlo caterers. There has been nothing Hun iven ner me yaneiy wnicn is saia 10
ther outsider run it before In Honolulu. po 'ho splco of life. On one occasion
Independent candidates the list will of! Ho threatened to now her brains out
courto bo swelled accordingly. The bark Dumfriesshire Is taking wim a rovoivor, wnno on anomer no
Under theso circumstances It Is car- on ballasL Bho gets out next wceu tor :" ! ..; .....uuu-
may mark elclitecn.
Federation or soiiio other outsider run It before In Honolulu,
tain that tho unintelligent voter. Eureka.
Correct Clotlxs for Men
For equal or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this label
Ing a hatchet as tho modus operandi.
An opium pipe, was another tlmo ap
plied to tho fair Ireno's head with tell
ing effect. A curry-comb was found
useful by Ah On In tho gentlo art of
subduing his wife, and oven tho fam
ily corkscrew was found to have un
suspected merit In this respect.
It was when tho question of alimony .ended measured from top to bottom
enmo up inni vn uu ijiujr.-ii u iki-i; fCci in inches,
(ireful u ric ii'utin)
Kallua, North Kona, T. 11., Jan 12.
Here Is a Kona tlsh tor .
l.atl Sunday tnortilng Road Supervis
or John Kaclemakule wns (lining with
n net near the Kallua wharf, at Knllua.
Ho spied a very large Ili.li and got III" ..cc ' Iiavi,llr an additional dividend of
I!1:1 ""., J'!1S,'J" !!t0J,elalV JmonTontlmlf per cent, atlrregular
grap Its tall and alter a long struggle p"""1
jiuiicti uiu cupiuru uKiiurv. ii us hi
baby whale about soven feet long. I
Tho news of the capture soon spread I
among the residents of Kallua and soon
the whale was being divided among
the Japs and Chlneho, who ctteem the
llesh very greatly. Tho oft a I from the
whale being cast back Into the sea It
soon attracted a band of sharks and
ono of these was caught with a hook
and after a flcrco fight was killed, it
measured thirteen feet and when cut
open the backbone of the whale In two
pieces was found besides a miscellan
eous assortment of tin cans, a copy of
the Examiner rolled up, and a beqr hot'
tie. Tho jaws of the shark when ex
sonal Interest In the proceedings by
mounting tho witness stand. Ho tes
tified that he was absolutely destitute,
living on n fow precarious dollars,
which ho obtained on occasions which ' House and Kau.
Itcmald Kennedy and wlfo of Hllo
visited Kona this week. They are mak
ing a tour of the island In nn automo
bile and came hero via tho volcano
wero few and far between. Ho had
merit 1750 In attorney's fees at tho
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Their beauty and all-round
superiority has made them
the choice of all men
$18.00 to $26,00
For sale only by
The Kash Company.
If you have money saved up, and If
you get excited by the stories of how
John W. Gates, or Chas. M, 8chwab, or
Mp I Ha miHi a mllllnn In a rtav on
a lucky turn In stocks, think and keep!
Continued dry weather In Kona is
greatly assisting In tbo drying of the
luet of the coffee crop.
Tho steamer Iroquois passed up tho
Kona coast on Tuesday Inspecting
llght-hotiEos, two of which hate recently
been erected, ono at Klbalo or Fisher
man's Point, and the other on South
I'nlnt, tho moit southerly point on tho
Island of Hawaii.
2 p. m, Hawaiian band at football
gnmu nt Dascball I'ark.
2:30 p. m. "Socltcr" (Association)
on thinking before you use your money football at Daseball I'ark: Iolanls vs.
for speculation. You must remember ,Y. 51, O. A.
that where there are great winner. 3.45 mMalles v.. Diamond
there must be great losers, and of tho) ncmlI! 'ABBOclaUon footba al Dail0.
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LV"r" .?"".. """?":.. V..".::" . "I Francisco vs, "Jack" McFadden of Ho.
::iV"'-"..V.J iwV.r Li.:," . f Wulu. Featherweight championship.
At H. A. C. Hall, 91 King street. Two
Ijiwvers aro discussing tho posslbll
Ity of a Jurist from tho mainland be
ing Imported to succeed Judge llocitn
son. It la argued by many that nn rep
utable member of tho liar Association
would accept tho endorsement for tho
Judge's place before the Association
had acted on the matter, which It will
do at Its meeting on January 20, It is
fuitherinoru contended that as the
meeting will piobably decldo to re-endorse
Judgo Roblnron, there will then
bo Hill less probability of any mem
ber accepting an endorsement should
It bo ofiriecl I Int. Under these clrcum-
staiiics. It is trgueel, the only way out
of the dilemma, should Juilpe lloliln
son net bo to appointed, would be to
Import a Ju lgc from tho malnlnnd.
AUTOMOBILE PARADE MEETING
Owners and nil nthrr. Interested In
thu nttto' parado of Feb. 22 nro cordial
ly Invited to attend a meeting to bo
held Thursday, Jan. 18, in tho dancing
pavilion of tho Young Hotel.
9 m i '
noorgo D. Gear ha. opened law of
fices In the. rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. JusUco Hatch on Kaahumanu
From China Were Carefully
Guarried While Here
RESULT OF PEKIN ASSASSINATION INCIDENT
An attempt was made to ax-n-o-tnatc in tho list of countries to bo visited
the two 'itnec High .'oninilwlonew clurlnp tho world's tour for study On
Alio pained through Honolulu hut an omit oT tho cxcluilon law-, now In
week The railroad depot nt retting effect und thu Loycott on American
was the scene of the traged). whl.h re-1 goods by tho Chinese, the nathes, It
suited In tho clculli of the UKrasslu. seems, did not favor the idea of tho
This was on or about September 23. United States tour.
On this account the i-tarlliiK of the del-, llecnuso of tho assassin's deed at
i gallon was delayed eeral mouths. I'cklng the ChiiieMt Minister at Wash-1-ilnro
Tnsl Tsen. ono of the Party, was Ington wns notified of the affair mid as
Injured. Ho will Join the Commission-! a precaution ugalnst any slmllnr nffHlr
ere, who ore now in tjan t rancisco,
Tho dignitaries who visited Honolu
lu were His Kxcelleucy Tuun Fang, His
imiwrlal Chinese Mnjcsty's High Com
missioner, and His Excellency Tat
lllng Chi, His Imperial Chinese Maj
esty's High Commissioner.
Chinese papers revolved In Honolulu
printed accounts of the attempted as
sassination. Tho detectives and tho
the American police and secret scrvlco
men wcro requested by tho proper
authorities to keep a shurp lookout.
It will be remembered that Captain
Sam Leslie and eight mounted police
men escorted tho dignitaries from tho
S. S. Siberia to the Consulate, at the
corner of Victoria unci Young streets.
During their stay hero two mounted
police and several officers In citizens
clothes acted as a body guard wlier-
nolke havo been working on the casiOcxer tho commissioners went. Thl.
but, according to tho papers, hav.iwas done at the request of Consul
reached no definite conclusion ns to Chang Tso Fan. The authorities at
why the attempt was mado to kill the San Francisco have also been requested
commissioners'. Ono Chlneso paper to give the dignitaries sulUcient polled
states that It was believed that the as- protection,
tannin thought one of the commission
cts was his enemy and that ho intend
ed to get him ottt of tho way for that
Another story Is to tho Affect that a
Chinese society wns tho caiiBo ot the
attempted assassination. Its mcmberil
not being In favor of the High Coin
mlssloncrs Including tho United Slates'
m. "Eddlo" Talt of San
vestments or to Invest your money for
you In such channels as our long expo
Trust Co., Lid
rort Street, Honolulu
preliminaries, Admission SOc. and ?L
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per S. S. Mongot
Ha Jan. 19th, Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St.
ALEXANDER YOUNG DUILDINO.
Have Just Opened a Largs
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS,
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
The I'ekln assassin was literally torn
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Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8t.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
We Are Grateful
to our many patrons who visited our store during Christmas week,
making It the. most prosperous week we have had In years. We have
put forth every possible effort to convince the business public that
our $3.50 and $4.00 shoes for men constitute the greatest value ever
offered In this city and now we are in position to realize how well
the public appreciates our endeavors.
Per the 8. 8. Alameda, 18 brand new lines arrived, consisting of
all the new models for Spring. Our shoe stock Is better than ever
at present. Come and let us sHow you what we have to offer and you
won't want to go anywhere else.
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