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A Daily Bulletin is a daily talk to a large and interested crowd of buyers ;
The merchant who talkt through
the Evening Bulletin to the people
finds reatlv Intereited llitenert. They
Prom Sin Francisco!
China Dec. 21 4,
Siberia Dec. 14
For San Franclto!
Alameda Dec 26 4.
Doric Dec. 21 4
From Vancouver: ,
Miowera Dec, IS
Moana Ian 9
Vol. Xlll No 3562
all have their dally needs, and he
tells them concisely ahd instructive-
ly how he can meet them, These
daily talks establish a bond between
the seller and the customer that
holds them In mutual Interest. But
It does more, In continually enlarg-
Ing the company of listeners by re-
erultlng those who may hear for th
first time what Is to their advantage.
TUE BUtlETIN IS HONOLULU'S MAKHCT PLACE
4.4. 4. 4. 4,
lO PAGES-HONOLULU TKUKITORV OP HAWAII. WKDNESDAY. DtiUtiMBKK 12 190U-IO PAGES
Pkicjb 0 Ukmth
MILLS FOR MEXICO
Honolulu Built Machinery
For bar Distant
Honolulu may maiiiifactnie mid Klilp
sugar mills and sugar mill machinery
to tin- plantations uf .Mexico. The
prolmliltltlfR uru strong that thin will
J. C. rihVld. of the Tobasco Plauto
lion Company, of southern Mexico,
wllli head unices at Minneapolis, linn
(or the past two weeks been In the In
lands visiting the various sugar plan
tations niid studying tli machinery
and methods used here Ills primary
object ill romlliK lo Hawaii, lie slated
last nl;lit, In to see whether It wouli?
not lie possible for liltn to purchase
here the machinery for tin- plantation
owned hy Ills lomp.my In Mexico.
"It Is largely u ipiosllon of the tost,
lie xald. "Tlierp Is no doubt lint that
the maclilncry niailo liy tin- Honolulu
Iron Works Is tliu best In the world.
It remains to bo seen whether or not
they van manufacture the maclilncry
I' ml semi It to Mexico nt n rale wlikh
will not be too high, I do not mean
to nay that everything depends upon
t lie co-it. I would prefer to get tho
maclilncry which I know to be tlio
beat, even If It does tost rather more
than that made. In the Hlates, provlel
Ing It Is not too niiuli more.
Of course, the Honolulu Iron Works
would have, lo bring In the raw ma
terial from tlio mainland, palntf
Irelght on It, uml then would hue to
pay freight on the manufactured ma
clilnsry. Dili on tlio other hand, tlio
work turned out here Is far In udvamu
of that of tiny other concern. Hawaii
has the reputation of having Ike great
nt sugar mills In Urn world, and that
Is the reason 1 caniu lieie. I want to
Me f we cannot get some of I he same
I Ind of machinery.
The new routes' uf tin American Ha
waiian boats may inula1 a difference In
freight charges to Tehuuntepcc 1
don't know, as I huvo nut jut looked up
the matter. At any rate, I hope so.
1 have visited' several of the large
plantations on the Islands uml hau
been afforded every possible courtesy
by the Biigar people, who have mil
(Continued on Pag 2)
SAVE YOUR FEELINQ8 BY PUT
TING YOUR VALUABLES IN ONE
OF OUR SAFE DEPOSIT BOXE8.
WE GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE SAFE
TY. NO ONE CAN HAVE ADMIT
TANCE TO YOUR SPECIAL BOX
BUT YOURSELF AND YOU MAY
HAVE ACCE8S DURINQ BU8INESS
TruMt Co., Ltd.
lllfw. J R aI Im I AAKU1
KSM ON n
Immigration, It Is Said,
Will Occupy His
An unconfirmed rumor Is going tlio
rounds of tlio waterfront that when
i:. It, Htacknhle returns from his trip
to 1'urope. where he has been looking,
alter tlio Interests of tlio Immigration
Hoard, ho will resign his position as
Collector of the I'ort, ami continue
with his present work. Then the man
Ho of olllcc will fall on the shoulders
uf Homu other stalwart who lias done'
renin; to the party and his country.
When asked If he had heard the ru
mor which has been circulated In re
gard In Stackuble, Secretary .lack At
klnsoii stated this morning that It was
news to hlm. III) said that ho had
never even heard n breath of tlio lclud.
He- was asked If It was understood
Hint when Stackahle returned he would
Lo ghen a permanent position with
the Hoard of Immigration. Atkinson
also denied having heard of that mat
In ease of u resignation by Slack
able the candidates for the otllee
would without doubt crop up like bees
from u lihe. Of (onrso It. C. Hlnclc
alile would like the position, which ho
Is holding down now while his brother
Is on his r.uropcuu vncutlon, hut who
would hark liltn for the position Is
very hard to say. Ills own wishes
would not advance hlm very far
Krunk McSlorker held the position
once but It Is very doubtful If hu would
be a candidate for It again. Ho lure
too lunch outshlu business to attend
to. CluiciKc Crabbo was a strong man
lor tlio position when Htuikablu was
appointed hut he could not be found
this morning In older lo ascertain
what stops he would take If a vacancy
should come up. It. C. Slut liable slut
ed that ho had nothing to give out uml
knew nothing of the matter In any
AT .SEASIDE HOTEL
Should the transports Sherman or
Thomas arrive In port this afternoon.
li dance In honor of tliu utile era and
ladles on board will tin given lit Hid
Honolulu Seaside Hotel this evening.
A special dinner with music- will nlni
ho .terved on the open lanal from li.XU
lo S o'clock
before Christmas to send crate choice
Pineapples or bunch Selected Bananas
to the Coast, SONOMA, DEC 11.
LEAVE ORDER AT WELLS TARGO.
is founded upon be
comlngness to the Individual, and as
long as a man's clothes are well cut
and of good quality, they can be said
to be In style. Extremes are always
dangerous and do not express style.
8tylt does not mean one thing to
the man with means and another thing
to the man with limited purse.
If you are figuring on a new stylish
suit, let us show you one of these
which bear the famous label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
THE KASH CO., LTD.
TEL. MAIN 25.
CORNcR FORT AND HOTCL ST8.
French Steamer Brings
Only 135 Japanese
The Trench steamer Admiral llaiue
Mil. Captain Dehonnlr, of the Chaigls
Heutils Company urrlved this morning
from Yokohama on her trip around
the world and will probably lemalii In
this city for lit least two d.t)s, dis
charging freight of which she bus
tioi) tons on board for this city It
Is her first trip lo tills port.
The Admiinl llaiuclln Is n slcamci
of r,040 inns eross mid .118S net it ml Is
the largest tramp steamer which has!
ever entered this harbor. She Is 370
feet In length ami has a 10 foot beam.
Her spetd Is I:! knots though she ran
In1 fuiced higher In casu uf emergen
Ilesldes her large cargo of freight
Tut- llilu ,lfl' , lil. I. tu liltl.tl. Iii.nn
iiiuu cue ciriimury caigii wiiilii (.nines
to this city fioui the Orient shu
brings 13.1 Japanese Immlgianls. who
wuio lauded on the cpiarautllie Island
hoon after her nrrlval.
The small number Is without doubt
duo to the fight which Is being made
by the Japanese Hue, the Tojo Kisen
Kulsha, against this part of their trade
being taken away lo the I'lc-mh Hue
This has been done before ami In all
probablllt) u rule war by which Immi
grants will he abb) to reach these Isl
ands lor a very small sum per capita
will bo again started in the near fu
ture. When the first ship of the Char
gls llcuiils came here Hie Japanese
line dropped their lutes, but placed
them at tlio old llgure as soon us tlio
Frenchman had left.
Hand music and skating Is tlio nt
tiuitluu ut tint Itlnk tonight. Closed
next week for the Poultry KIiiih- A
big tluie promised Dei. 31 skating the
old )ur out
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. 11.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3 82
cents or $77.40. Previous quotation,
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s 11 1-ld. Par.
Ity, 3.87 cents. Previous quotation, 8s
John I. ills, for many years In the
employ of the Hawaii ltallto.nl Co nt
Miihnkomi, bus accepted a position
with II lliukfeld & Co at Knllu.i
Mrs Cm tin I luukea Is visit lug with
Mrs John Magtilre at lliu-liue. Koiiu
lasting holiday gifts
THAT IS THE KIND WE SELL. '
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS NO WALL ON DISPLAY and In.
eludes a lot of useful Novelties, Including
CHAIHS, ROCKERS, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS,
RUGS, 8HAVING STANDS, PIANO STOOLS, TABLES,
CURIO CADINETS, CHINA CADINETS, SIDEDOARDS,
BUFFETS, and a Large Number of Other Articles.
What has become of the things you gave your friends last
year7 Probably they are all broken up by this time, Wh not
give something this ear that WILL NOT BREAK UP, something
which will LAST and be a CONSTANT REMINDER for a few
years to your Friend or Friends of your good-will?
J. HOPP & CO.
10S3 1U59-10G5 DI8HOP ST.
WASHINGTON, D, C, Dec. 12
Senator Raynor attacked the contcn
tlons of President Roosevelt In tile
Senate today regarding the Japanese
WILLIAM THRBATENS RICHSTAtl
BERLIN, Germany, Dec 12, Em
peror William has threatened to dis
solve tne Reichstag and order new
elections If appropriations asked for
by the Government are not granted,
l.s'j.rrldl to Ihr IIhIUHh
HILO, Hawaii, Dec. 12 Activity of
Kllauea Increased. Pit Is filling a lit
tle. NOMINATIONS MADE
WASIIINUTON. Dee 12 -'I ho Presi
dent has nominate d fin the position
of Ambassador, Horace White, for
Kiunce. While is a well known Jour
nalist and newspaper mini, for many
years connected with the New Yoik
Kveiillig Post, Lloyd C tlrlscomci for
iltil), formerly scuctury to ll.ijard
when tliu hitter was ambassador to
Hngland ami envoy extraordinary mid
minister ph nlpotcntlary to Japan,
John W Kiddie, for Hussla; Irving II.
Dudley, for Brazil, the former minister
Leslie) Combs was nomlnaled for
minister to Peru He was formerly
I'ulled Stales minister to (liialemula
PARIS, France, Dec. 12. The day
of grace extended to the churchmen
by the Government expires tomorrow
COAL TRUST CINCHED
OMAHA, Neb., Dec. 12. - President
Schowell of the Omaha Coal Exchange
has been convicted of violation of the
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Tl o Hoard nf-Trtrlec of tlio Cham
ber of C'mnmiriei held n regular meet
Ing at a o clock this afternoon TIichu
present uere W M. tliffurd In the
chair. II I'. Wood, secretary: W A.
Ilowen, .las I' Morgan, i:. I Spalding
and Alex (larvle
showing the funds on hand uml ex
pended The report was adopted.
A letter was lead from (I. It. AlcLel-
reganliug the completion of the
I.I l..,j '.. cf the Naval Itoscrrntlnn. Ho
i a.' J i ma tthl.c the outlook was not
MP rhitl) i..mUl.ig a memorial fioui
the flinni'icr might cnah'e the Delegate
ti gc 1 1., n int. i trop ncd and secure
l .i il-. In I .nt o.i Wood rc)Hirled that
ibis in.ii 1. 1 ha I already been covered
In the Instructluns to the Delegate.
'I he l.luhtbotise Hoard unite that
no temporary beacon would be erected
i.n .Makaptui Point, hilt Hull tlio woik'
on the new lighthouse would Ik),
The Chief Engineer at Washington!
.l'iM OnS'slau-rv "beVreH. I
m!! ' u 'oanotl a VZ ded.ie.li
that the Chamber .uul.1 do nothing,
more In the lualtir
rat with Qim
'I he Imiuest III the drowning case of'
Jas. W tllrvln has been postponed iiu-i
til tomorrow ut 1 80 p m.. as the iloc-j
lor who performed the autopsy w.ia
tillable to be present today Among
the witnesses whd will appear liefoitt
tliu conincr's Jury uie C. M. Campbell. i
Win Wllllatusoii and twoottlreis from
the Klrkhe. who w-ere with (llrvln for!
n short time ut the Hawaiian Until
last Saturday nlghL
The) say that (llrvln appeared to be
In Ills usual good health He spoke
about bis woik. Iiud did not appear,
The visit of the Cover nor. Superin
tendent Hollowuy and Captain Slaltcry.
dhl nut result In any conclusion boliifl
arrived ut Captain Slaltcry Is not at
nil pleased with the site which llieii
Territory wishes hlm to accept, u little j
off the load, uml the Territorial Hxecu-i
tlve dors not want Slatlcry to have Hid
site he desires on the road. .So tliu
matter rctnaltui as It was before, uml
there Is no telling when It will be ad
High .Sheriff Henry will conduct u
Slietlrf's sale on Saturday of valuable
leal estate situated ut 'Kulakiiuii ave
nue, known ns tho Lewis property
The Weekly Edition of tne Erenlnr
llulletln giver a complete summary uf
the news of the day. For SI a yar.
Price $4. SO
Good Standlng-up Quality
in this fine Pat.
Corona Colt Oxford.
A good comfortable tie for
any man to wear,
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
J 05 J Fort Street 'Phone Main 282
m 1Y AFTER
1 DIVE KM
Violations Of Sunday
Law Are Being
The (Iraml Jury Is getting after the'
dives that are scattered about town,
and It Is probable that u number ot (llrvlii whose 'hod) wus found In the
Indictments will be returned as n n- harbor jesterduv afternoon Tliu funt
suit of the Investigations now being had been tendered beyond recognition
made It Is claimed that the Sunday by crabs niid the water that It was
Ian- Is being openly violated by a iium at llrst taken to be that of Jim Hau
lier of dive keepers, particularly those lou, the old Irish character, who Is
tt, ,aV(. caf Hccnsis .Many In-
! Mi I" mill iiiiiimn iuii
I nances have been cited of drinks be-
Ing sold without meals, even the stock
sandwich wnicii noes uuiy as a uui
meal for long processions of those who
nre more hungry than thirsty being
left upon the shelf Joe Clark's place.
It Is understood, comes In for Investi
gation along this line
A number of witnesses were exam-
Ihed this morning, among them being
Talor and .Mnthesnn or the Advents-
er staff It Is believed that they were
railed before the Innulsltiirlal body to
tell what they know of the selling ot
jo(. Clark, ngnlnst whom an Indict-
T1, ."Wy 'T 1rrt"rnw,'U ,,,lvl"K ",
lM"l '' ' ZZ I) "selUng
' . , .," ..) I r,,1 ' , ."T "t
.......... ... ......... -. '"" -
ilia is lair, lie .). ne ouys, i
whisky of I ho wholesale Irn.s Unci It
It has caramel In It. ho doesn t know
r-nnythliiguboiillt lie says he doesn't
even know what caramel Is, and would-
n't recognlre It .unless It were labelled
ttnenier I'l mil. linn muciri mil u,t
made Hie subject of Investigation by
(Continued on Page 2)
gives you the security and conve
nience of a safe deposit box
In our big fire and bur.
CAN YOU AFFORD TO
For St. Honolulu
Why We Are
OUR SHOES ARE BETTER.
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER.
We don't charge you for our name.
There Is a style atmosphere about our
selling 'that makes you feet at home,
We are sure of that come-back trade
when you buy from us. If our shoes
don't give satisfaction we want to
il M SEEN
Believed To Have Fallen
Into Harbor At
Deputy Hie-' i Iff Klilakleln Is ut pros-
ent looking IhtilUie t use- of Jumes W.
well known to most llawulluns. It
? i. 1 1 niiiiii
Ike that Hanli
ascertained by tlio po-
lou left for the Coust 111
the last Alameda Furthermore, some
letters In the coat pocket established
the Identity of tho corpse as that of
Knlaklcla has so far not been utile
to II tn man) larts which lend to elu
dilate the mystery of how- Ulrvlu came
u fall Into the harbor. Tho last man
wnu known to huve seen (llrvln
-ii,,, iH Herbert Melton Avres. the Ad-
verllser reporter. Avies told Kulal.l-
uja ,, 10 UI (jn ,,, together
Mast Saturday night and bad n few
,tri t about II o'clock Aytus left
lr Ms home nt K.I.....KI No one has
''W" ,u,,,, nU' bW (Jlrvl" "flur """
!'' As tbe wat.l, which wasfound
In tho dead mans pocket had stopped
a( , .,,,,., t , ,1,.,.,, mt (,rvlll
wnn(0r, llowIl ,u tho h3rbor , . lllU.
,. . ... .,. na ,.,,
, , , ., . , , .
.. . . ,
, A ,, ,,, llf th
remains ut tliu morgue) failed to reveul
uny trace's of violent)'. A coroner's In.
'ipiest will be held this uftunioou, Tim
following mnipose to coroner's Jury:
Dim Vldii, IMdlo Stone, Win. Aylelt,
Will. Prestldge. John Duncuii und J'ts.
Superintendent of education llnhbttl
Is hard ut work ou his report to tliu
ciovernor regarding the probable
amount of money needed hy his de
partment during tint coming two
years. He has been working on the
leport for tho pnst live days and stales:
that It will take hlm at least us niiirli
longer to get up even it preliminary es
timate Hr-"For Rent" cards on Ml
A Blucher, dull
top ectlpst colt
vamp. Made on the
swell wlzzard last,
One of our new ones,
.1. -nM..iH ftJ,th.i4Si6J