Newspaper Page Text
i -TWW .trrf-rlj
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. If.. THURSDAY. DEC. 13, 1906.
Beyond the Ordinary
From 8 a.m. until sold
Covered with Fancy Flowered
Sateen, with wide ruffle.
$1.25 value for
See Beretanla St, Window.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.. Ltd.
THE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
Why Do Thousands Use
Because it is superior to any other brand
sold in this market.
, Ask your grocer for it.
Kanal Pursues Daughter
And Is Not Seen
A scene from b Japanese family lira
ma, Involving nil I ho essential de
menti) of the Rood old novel of thn Inst
century, wns enacted before Judge
Whitney todny. Dramatis personal
were a coy mnldcn, a bold Hwaln and
nn angry father. An elopement, a has
ty marrlngn and n mysterious ill nap
pearnnca of the father are tho singes
of tho rapidly developing plot. .
The real ncllon In tho story began
when tho father of tho heroine r few
dBj-s ago swore lo a warrant ngalnst
Ills child charging her with dlsobodl
enco lo her parents. Tho father. Ka
nal, claimed that tho girl, Mlfoshl Ka
nal, was only IS years of age, wits In
tho liablt of running away with a
young Japanese man, Old Kanal con
sldcred his daughter's lover a worth"
less fellow. He claimed that ho would
neither support her or marry her, and
forbade tho girl to have Anything to
do wllh him.
However, love laughs at locksmiths.
and a few days ngn tho fair Mlyoshl
skipped nit to her lover. It was'then
that the old man swore to ar warrant
against her. Trouble wns. however
cxporlcnred by the police In scrvlnh
It. two officers falling to loiato the
Yesterday afternoon, whllo the
search wns still going on, Kanal, who
was sitting In tho oftlco of his attor
ney, .ludgo Dickey, espied his daugh
tcr on a passing car. Ho rushed out,
boarded tho car, and this wns tho last
seen of him.
This morning Mljoslil appeared In
court In answer to tho chnrgo ognlnst
her. Judge Dickey, who was to pros
ccutc. started to open his batteries
when tho fair damsel cojly remarked
that sho was married. Considerable
constcrnntion followed, but Mlyoshl
clinched tho situation by fishing her
marriage certificate from the sleeve of
Tho paper showed thai Mlyoshl and
her lover had yesterday been united
In marriage by Ulilcr Fernandez ot
tho Mormon Chiirch.
Under these circumstances the court
ordered tho caso stricken from tho
calendar. Prosecutor Andradn also
disavowing any desire to prosccuto a
married woman for disobedience tc
her parents. Mlyoshl, by tho way
claims that she Is -18 years old, and
docs therefore not need tho consent of
In this connection it may bo said
that tho law on this subject Is pccil
liar. It says that a woman under 18
cannot marry except wllh tho consent
of her parents, but it provides no pun
Ishmcnt in case sho procures her mar
rlage certificate by fraud. In other
words, as long as sho can tako In the
official Issuing tho license, sho Is all
Judgo Dickey Intimated to tho court
that thn marriage niight bo annulled
but the court told him to go ahead and
annul It before taking any further action.
In the meantime the disappearance
of the girl's father Is enveloped In
to keep him out of tho way until the
trouble was over, or whether some
thing elso has happened to him, is
not known. Ho has not been home
olnco he boarded the car yesterday
and ho did not come to Dickey's office
to keep his appointment this morning
The girl told tho police that sho know
nothing about tho matter,
he m m
Flumes Washad Out And
The Weather Bureau reports that
up to 12:30 todny 3.09 Inches of ruin
had fallen, and thnt the barometer hit
a downward tendency. Indicating a
continuance of the. storm. i(pw long
it will last the forecaster cannot pre
Walklkl seems to have gotten more
rnln than other districts. 'About I: Jo
the rainfall in that district was ter
rific, harder than has, beta experienced
for three jcars. Kalmukl also got c
heavy precipitation, and from there
tho storm worked It way up Mnnon and
Palolo vallcjs, where It wns less vio
In the down town district many ol
the crossings were r Impassible this
morning, especially nbout 9 o'clock.
Out King street, however, the storm
sewers are doing good work and seem
to be nble to take care of all the water
The rain storm which Is now on has
already done a considerable amount ol
dtmagj about town and in the out
lying Olsttlcts, and fears are felt that
more may result bcforoHho raln'stopt
The most serious damage, reported
up to noon was the washing out ot the
Msklkl flume, and the flooding of the
Maklkl district. JThe Mnklkl 'flume U
an Importnnt one and cost.Botucwhcrc
In the neighborhood ot 112,000 -or
8am Johnson slated this mornlnu
that he had been Inlormrd'th'at a flume
and a bridge nut Diamond Head way,
near Judge Dole's plate- had lucu
washed away. This, he says, will mean
serious damage. If correct. He went
out to invcstlgat: the damage this
No great Injury has bce'n duno so far
to the new Nuuanu dam. Some dirt
and gravel has been washed down Into
It, but no other damage Is reported.
sn hip m
pi ii in
An unusually Interesting report., giv
ing some valuable pieces of. Informa
tion, has been prepared by Secretary
Wood for tho meeting of tho Promo
tion Committee this afternoon. It Is
as follows: ,
l)y the last mall from tho Coast wc
received a number of leltcri from doc
tors throughout the United States In
reply to our circular letter of recent
dato in which wo called special attcn-
tlon to thn health conditions of Ha
wall. Ono prominent 'medical man
wrote asking us to glvohiiii our Idea
as tn tho outlook In Hawaii for a san
itarlum blult along modern lines with
grounds largo enough to admit th
erection of from twenty-flvo to fifty
cottages or tents, holding from ono to
three Inmates each. Tho writer stat
ing that he has had In contemplation
the building of such n snnltorlum in
Hawaii for some, time; past, believing
that tho Islands offered bpeclal ell
A Kodak Makes
A Merry Christmas
Pictures Idling if pud good tiinei lire I rem
urcs now. I'rornt plcJHtnr will own licloiig to
the past. Aid yon collecting pictures of llio good
tinieq you arc having now J
You enjoy picture. So doc vottr friend. Then
get liiiu n Kodak. It menus tlio livguimtig of an
enjoyment that grows greater with limo and is
sinned equally hy old and young.
Kodaks, $5 up; Premo Cameras, $3 up;
Brownie Cameras, only $1 up.
Ha your friond n Kodak already? Then get hint a protecting sole-leather carrying
ener for it, having hoth hand and shoulder strap.
Has he hoth these things? Then give him n tank developing machine, by which ho
can detclop his own films in an ordinary room.
Among .the other suggestions we can give- are: Fine genuine seal-grain leather
covered alliums in which lo preserve anil display his pictures; or an allium to pnwrvn
and register his film negatives; or a portrait attachment eniililitig him to tnko largo
pot traits with his Kodak. , '
Alo an allium made specially for displaying souvenir pint
cards is the proper thing these days, and who among your
friends has not a number of cards, to start tho album with?
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
1059 Fort Street
WTS H """SBl
Bishop Trust Co.,
Money to Loan
Long Time Loans
Real Estate Loans
Loans on Listed
Bishop Trust Co,.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDO.
Special Prices For
Whether ho was kidnaped .matlc Inducements not obtainable else.
where, and saying further ttiat.lho In
stltutlon that ho Is now connected
with, Is constantly receiving patients
from tho Kastern States, who. In his
opinion, would do very much better In
Hawaii. In answering this letter, 1
forwarded all of the data procurable
sendlne also a marked rnnv nf ih na
Sho hadlDcr contalnlnc the extract from ihn
noi even seen mm on ino car ycsier- report of Surgeon Oencrat Robert M
day, sho said.
We make our goods..
We guarantee their abso
lute purity and freshness.
Popcorn in all styles
and color. Candy Toyo,
Rings and Canes.
Our Fine Handmade
Chocolate Bonbons made
fresh every day and pack
ed In 'Handsome Fancy
Boxes In various prices
make a very desirable
Order early to ensure
Honolulu Candy Go.
Davlcs & Co. have received news by
cablegram to the effect that tho Japan
ese steamship Chlusa Maru has left
Japan for Honolulu, and can bo expect
nl to arrive hero December 28 with
freight and passengers. While the
message docs nut givo (be number ot
passengers she carries. It Is stated by
local Japanese that she will
This Is the Chlusa M aril's second trip
tn Hawaii. When sho was here on her
first voyago, u -few months ago, she
wiih hung up on tho reef for n short
time, but got oft without Injury.
Evening Bulletin 75t per month.
REAL-ESTATE EXPERT AND
The Weekly Edition of the Evening The Weekly Edltlen of the Evening
Bulletin glvea a complete nummary of Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day. For $1 a ywr. the nw of the dty.
When you want to buy a Home
When you want to sell your property
When you want lo Invest your money
When you want to borrow money
When you want some Information of
You will have satisfaction and make
money by acting STRAUCH and seeking-
P. E R. Strauth
,WAITY BUILDING. 74 KING ST.
O'Reilly, United States Army, wherein
ho states that "Hawaii ranks next aft
er Alaska as tho most healthful coun
try In which American troops are
serving." In this connection, I might
say that wo took occasion to send this
statement out nulto generally by the
I am pleased to report that the at
bring i'cn,lanc0 at ,hu photographic display
iu our rooms nas oecn excellent, ucn
era) interest being manifested In the
exhibit, which has drawn forth many
words of pralso and will undoubtedly
result In giving a decided Impulse- to
amateur .photography In Hawaii.
Wu are again under obligations to
tho Honolulu Directory Company.
which has recently donated 'additional
directories to our library and promised
to secure others' as soon aa'posslblo,
wo now havo tblrty-thrco volumes
representing most ot the'prlnclpal cit
ies of tho Western part of tho United
States, as well as some of (bo larger
Perhaps tho most Important matter
to report at this time is the visit to
our city of Mr. Wm. Stltt, who passed
through on the Aorangl yesterday on
his way to Montreal after bomo four
years' scrvico In tho Canadian-Australian
Steamship Company's interest In
tho Colonies. Wo bad In readiness for
Mr. Stltt a largo number ot photo
graphs, also furnishing him with a
.copy of our may, "Tho Cross Roads
or tho I'aclflc." Mr. Stitt's plan Is to
endeavor to Induco tho Canadian Pa
cific Railway to gut up a lecture on a
trip to New Zealand and Australia vU
i Choice Live Turkeys!
On 3,S. Alameda, Dec. 21st. 1906 f
GO. Vee Hop & Co. !l
' TEL. MAIN 251 '
r y. ,J
Hawaii, which will bo Illustrated with
a number of lntcrcetlng"lintern slides.
The Idea Is to dupllcato tho slides and
put several lecturers In the Held, cov
ering every point tributary to tho Canadian-Pacific
Railway. Mr. Sttt also
stated that tho Canadian Australian
Steamship Company were considering
a plan to co-opvato with tho I'aclflc
Mall and Oceanic lncs In making a
round trip from Vancouver via Hono
lulu and San Francisco, which would
undoubtedly attract many pcoplo de
sirous of sc;!tis tho Pan Francisco
ruins. Tho Canadiuu Atutrallin
Steamship Company Is also planning
to give, after tho first of tho year, ex
cursion rates Ironi the Colonies to Ho
rolulu and return, tho cost ot which,
Including three days' hotel accommo-
ration In Honolulu should the traveler
catch the drat steamer back to tho Col
onlcs, will bo ii. For 50 ten days'
hotel accommodation In Honolulu will
bo given and tho permission granted
to return to tho Colonies by any hue
cccdlng Oceanic or Canadian-Austra
lian boat. Commencing with the tour
ist season this enterprising company
also proposes putting the Mahcno on
this run again and replacing one ot
ino slower uoa.s win in manual .., w rt.commcnd lo , U.g,Ia,
fhitu irlulnir a rant anil first. nlnuu unrv, I
lee. Mr. Stltt Is looklnc for a lario.turo ,hal ll maku n PProprlation
Increaso of travel to Hawaii both from '"I" ycr for tho maintenance of the
tho Colonies and Canada. Natlotial Guard," said Governor Car-
By the steamship Sonoma wo wilier this morning. "I recommended
lie sending out all through Southern u appropriation at tho last session.
California a largo number of marked it was not passed, and l want to nnu
copies of our papers containing tho ln.,out whethor tho refusal of tho I.eglsla
tervtews or ticncrai utts or ino uos uro j u mien uiMuiuiauuu
Angeles Times, referring to tho attrac-was merely a temporary spasm or
tlons of Hawaii, and his Interest In thoWhether there Is any permanent oppo
proposed linn of steamers to bu opcr- "Won to the maintenance of tho ml
atcd out of San Pedro. Htl.
Wo aro In receipt of a letter from "I think wo need tho National
our friend. Mr. Alex McC. Ashley of.Ouard, and I want to seo It built up
tho Pittsburg, Pa., Weather Bureau, in every way, uoin from a social statin
showing that ho is continuously work- jpoltit. and from tho point of efficiency.
Ing to adVanto Hawaii's Interests. In ' don't want It to become a social or
tho letter referred to, ho gives thi ,pnlzatlon, hut I do want lo bee It a
uamo and addrebs of residents i! lommon nu-i-img piaco lor men irum
Pittsburg, who will visit tho Islands a ' of society, where they tan
this winter and to whom, at his re-."" meet on a common ground."
Thu oovern or believes Iu tho Na
tional Guard as an educational factor
We are going to have a Fresh Supply
eli.ni of the suspension of such expen
ditures. "I havo refrained from call
ing the gusrd out during the year," ho
said, "so as to keep expenses down. I
hope tho n;xt legislature will make
the appropriation needed."
Governor Carter expressed himself
as opposed to railing nut tho Federal
troops unless it should be absolutely
ncccsi.ary. "Tho Territory of Hawaii."
he said, "Is tho only Territory In
which the (iowrnnr has tho right tn
call out tho Federal troops. Rut I
pliuuld he very slow about using my
authority In tho direction. If some
Governor should mako thn mlstnko of
ending on the soldiers before it was
absolutely nelessary, the result would
probably bu that this right would bo
quest, wo aro bending out our differ
II. P. WOOD,
"I think," ho bald, "that It has a, most
beneficial effect upon those Immi
grants who come hero to live. It gives
them a senso of security. When tbey
seo tho property and rlghtK ot other
men protected by this organization
I hereby notify all persons that I ,'hcy will feci confident that their own
it. . 1..1.. ..... -i..i.t.. IHcMh mid nrnnertv will tin nmifllli!
win noi no rebuunaiuie lur auy uui:ri--" - - -
contracted by my wife, Ibabelle Sala
(Signed) I.AZAUO SALAMANCA.
Honolulu. Dec. 11, 1906.
CANOE8, SMALL CALABASHE8,
protected. It will give them an added
respect for our Institutions "
Regarding the action of the Cham
bcr of Commerce yesterday In oppoi
Ing the further expenditure of funds
for the maintenance of tho militia, tbo
Governor had littlo to say, Jlo stated
that hu understood that during tho
paBt year, after tho falliiro of tho Leg
Mature- to appropriate funds for tho
National Guard, tho Chamber ot Com
From Maul ports, per stmr. Claud-
Ine, Dec. 13.. .liana: Sing You. Kahil
lul: Miss C. M. Baldwin, W. L. Stan
ley, K. C Peters, 1). L. Meyer, B. C.
Ollvclra. Miss McGurn, Miss I,. Paty
Ml 88 K. Schaqfer, Miss P. Schacfer.
Miss Neumann, Miss M. Chilling-
worth, J. II. Parker, C. Wuldoycr, Mr.
Pllkol, G. Nakatsu, Mrs. Yamamoto.
K. Johnson, I.ahaina; C, J, Spltxor.
2 LOG Chan
Tho suit of K. O. Ferrclra versus
Chun Sail Tnl was tried before Judge
Do Holt this morning and Judgment
givey for tho plaintiff for IS and cotti
Chan Sail Tat endorsed a note for a
countrjman of his named Hong Kfe.
Hong Kce paid part of It and then hfi
died, leaving $5 still unpaid Ferreira
tried to collect It from Chan Sau Tat.
Chan couldn't see it 'that way. It Is
one thing to endorso a note and anoth
er to pay it. Ho will have to pay ll
In the case ot tho Club Stables vs.
Everett Richardson, heard before
.Tllftl-n TVn rtatt IMh mnpntni. Iiiilirm.nl
mercu bad been spending money for 'was rendered for tho plaintiff amount
tho purpose, but bu offered uu crltl lug to $11.50 and costs.