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A Daily Bulletin is a daily talk to a large and interested crowd ot buyers
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The holiday are fast approaching.
and the tactful merchant l each day
throush The Evening Bulletin, In- 4.
forming the public what he hat pro- '
vliled In the way of gifts, and edu- 4.
eating It in the art of selection,
Thj to Hi'- merchant, you may be 4.
eure, who It going to do a genuine 4.
holiday business, The buyer Is go-
my where he knows he will find Just 4.
what he wants. The Times Are Too 4.
. Uusy To lie Hunting Round In the 4.
Dark for One's Olftt.
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from Ban rranelico!
China Dec. 21
Siberia Dec. 14
For San rranelco:
Alameda Dec. 24
Doric Dec. 21
Mlowera Dec, IS
.Mii.m.i .Jan. 9
THE HUEIU IS HONOLULU'S MAMEI MM
Vol. XV 111 No 3564
lO PAGES-HONOLULU. I'KRKITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. DEUEMBKR It 19UU-10 PAGES
Pkiob 0 Uenth
President's Ajessage Causes Deep Ipeelingj
f.lin,il,ilr,l Prttt Ipetlal CnbUI
TOKIO, Japan, Dec. 14, General
Nogi was thrown from his horse to
day and badly Injured. It Is thought
that his skull Is fractured He was
(.till unconscious at last accounts.
GEAR OB FACTS
Hotel Men, Not Planters,
Did Not Please
MANY WANT THE JOB
TO THE NEW SHERIFF
The Democratic politicians urn linv
Ine a beautiful time In ilcdillliK u
IliWxillU Of till' HpUll W'llll'll ifUIIC IIH
lint natural lesult (if I tit loom count
ilii'llim. Tint otllie of cleik to tin
Sheriff, non held li Harry Miirra).
seems to ln the uno Willi li In mini de
h! rt l bj llm urlou winkers, who illil
r.miil senile during tl'n' cntnp.ilKii.
Anion); those out for HiIh position n ro
Shanks Mnsstiinn, Chuillc Hose, Jolm
I). Hull. Jr . .mil l-'u'd Tin rill. Of then-
tlin Hot n.inicd seems to li.ui' the heal
ihnmu of (ho four ami liu hic nl mi
much Hum on Ilic liiinp.ilKii tli.it limn
IIiIh w of mailers hi' Is entitled In
II. Inhii 1) llo't Ih iiIh "Ironi:
'I lie riuuilr has colio Hie iiiunds ami
Ik Koneiully licllcicd, that .Senior OtiP'
lain IMrl.cr li:t.-i seen ncnily tint ml or
Mh position, It Is said Hint Harry
' Jin li h nlnti'il for tin) lositlnii nml thnl
I'nrKcr 111111 Hli'i down maecfully ami
InliH (In. nlllio of (iiiitaln of tin' Hint
watih. 'I'IiIh f.i'i'iiiH jnctly haul to
I'm her :ih he was Hid only one of the
ollHeis In Ilic pollcu department who
IdiikIiI lliown to ii hIiiiuIkIIII ami In'
ptolnhl) li.ul an tniirli of u luiinl In
liliulliK tin) IKithu lutes In laul.on .1.1
liny out) t)i niiHrat. Ilnl tint Hal Ii:ik
Ik fit Usitcd, it in Kaiil, ami afti'i' llm
Nisi oiilliii'iik. wliidi tnuk place .Suii
ilay, It Is lianlly llkily lint thorn mil
lio any fiiitlior letnnnKtriiuce on Ins
pail, lest ln In thrown met nllOKi'tlnl
FOUND THAT HOTEL KEEPERS
SHIPPED LABORERS TO MAIN
LAND AS JIM HILL'S
WA8HINOTON. D C, Dec 5. Having excoriated California in hit m stage, and having listened to the up
roar resulting, there is ground for the belief that the President Is preparing to administer toothing lotion to
the hurts he has caused. A rumor today, possibly Implrtd. has it that the President Is on the point of n
flouncing that he has reached an underttandlng whereby Japan recedes from its demand on the school question,
and promises to enter Into a reciprocal agreement with the United States to exclude laborers of each country
from the territory of the other. This, It is stated, will apply to the adm.ision of Japanese laborers not only to
the United States, but to the Philippines, Hawaii and all of the possessions of this country.
This, It Is rumored. Is the "solution" of the question which the Preildent told the California members of
Congress that he had In view for the vexed Japanese question. The Cahfornians today when asked about this
rumor looked wise but pleaded that they could not talk about any understanding they had with the President.
It is significant, however, that they have not had so much to say todav ahout the indlnnitv r.m.i.i.u .i
In being threatened In the message with force of arms to compel the admit Ion of Japanese pupils Into the public
schools. Such an agreement as the President Is said to have readied with the Japanese would mean a new treaty
with Japan, and as President Is the treaty-maklng power, dependent on the Senate's approval, he may sub,
mlt a draft of a t-eaty to that body at an early date.
Tln line InwniilncKH of llio cplsoli'
III ulili'li CoiuinlKMlntiiT Hut Kent IlKur-
i'il at t tit IniinlKtatloii Station, when
hunch of .lan.ini'SL' iirrlxnl In tin'
Nippon Mam a few .lays siku, wait ! general Knowieoge py me senators that something of the kind wa In the wind would help to account
lati'il today by .IihIkk fit'iii. ulm was, "' "'- ,"" "v "' "' """' "' "" """"""on r me rctoiuuon oy Flint asking for the official correspond.
Willi Sawiit at tin- tlim- (ic-ar mIiiU'Hi cnc! on lne P""' cnooi question.
Hint wlillu Kawiit illil inaki llio slate I ' ne m"e' has oeen me one engrossing topic here, and through It hj, been brought up again the whole
it lliat liu -11.1 not tlilnl. Ih.it li.-ii.j question of State rights, not only among the Southern members, but among thole from the North as well
miiiIiI In- Hindi nunc Jap.iniw luiinl The California delegation in Congress today received what they conndcr a satisfactory assurance that the
million to tin- iHlamlB, thin was llm! President did not desire to be understood as saying in the Japanew section of his message that he would ue
consi'ciui'lKi' of tilts ncthlt) on tlioilhe military forces of the United Stales In forcing the Japanese into the California schools In which the while
tn.inrcn arc laugni n it saia to nave been nit purpose to convey the Icca that he woulrf ,. the milliard .
NSlnlt mtim UiaI.. fillf.-.N.. !.. --
v" '" R " "ine i this interpretation of the measure.
Matson Liner May Quit
After Next Trip
LOCAL AGENTS HAVE
NOT BEEN NOTIFIED
STEAMER MAY DE NEEDED FOR
USE IN SUGAR- TRADE AND
NOT HAVE TIME FOR THE
Tin1 ii'jwh lias iVnclivil tills city
UiioiikIi prlalt) sources thai I lie steam
ship Hlloiilan of lliu .Matron Naviga
tion I'oiuptiny, wlikli has lieen on the
CUAYAQUIL, Dee .It. A mob at
Cuenca attempted to rescue captured
rebels imprisoned Colonel Vega, the
rebel leader, was killed, The revolu
tlon Is progressing.
SIEMSEN PLEADS I
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Dec 14.
Slemsen has pleaded not guilty. The
motion to set aside Information against
him was denied.
OFFICERS BLAMED '
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 14. Ma.
Jor Penrose and Captain Macklin, 20th
pint of local .Inpiuicso hotel keupeis
In illiedltiK laliuieis fiom Hawaii to
llm iiialntaiul. This hail almilntely
nolliliiK to do with tlio Planters' Asso
ciation. Tile JiiiIko Kae Ills aieoiiul
ol thu tuatler nlioitt as follows:
"Wlii'li the Mam eaine In KarKml
nsUi'il lite to pi with 111 its to tin- luiinl
Kiallnii Station as lie wished In see
lii'r tliey hnudleil n slilpmi'Ut o' 1 'V
iinese. I l.nuw iioHiIiik aliont this
shlpineiit incvlottsly. I illil not own
know Unit they w'l'iu lomliiK,
"Wlillo wo uoio at Hie liuinlKiatlon
.Station, SarKent saw- two men tallilui;
to tlio .lapniiese who had passed Ilic
protect the Japanese against mob violence.
uiinlKiallon olllilals ami weie
(Continued on Page 2)
$1500 Worth, Of Damage
Done At Nuuanu
Tin' limn IioiiiiiI UiioiikIi Irnln from
Kuliiil.il was held up this luoinltiK on
Kuena I'olul. A lull which had been
Is Yee Yaw
were as iiiucli lllU'il for lahor as tliui-i'
of a u.ir old haliy,
Yen Vnw Is ellln-r the ilauiiliter or(
irmiiKiiiiir rim neiwcen uns cny. ami u S- in(antrv. have been court mar
KiiiiiiIsiii anil Portland for the past tia,.d for ,.,,.. to Drevent the
six uionius win ma he one mine uii rtrownsville (Texas) riot
ami itien Klve up ine run in ine .-sorin-
ui'Hli'in city. V. tl Irwin ti On. the
agents for Matson In this city, have
heard the rumor tin tin stieel hut
liaie rccclvi'd no adihes from San
Kranrlsco. In ri-Kard to It I'itiI. Whit
n ey said.
"While I litno licaid, us you have,
tumors that the Hllonlnn will no Ion
kit tu.iUi' Hie trlaiiKiilnr run after. Iiei
Inext trip. I have not heard fioui the
i- San I'ramlsio olllce on tlm suhjecl
inauaKiT of Wo uml so am iitinlilu to ku out tiny In
I 11 Will! Ill 1.11' I.IIIII. lllllllllKt'I 1I i
u a. :. inn, iif the nrludiml Ins- formation. Thuiu inn) nut
! pmtlnK firms of llnuclulil. Which ,sni
Is It Is for the law I" ileleiuilne. mid
upon tlm decision tests her fate so far
lis lesldcnce In this lountry Is uin
icriicil. If hIui Is the ilaiiKhtcr of l.ee
Ohlii. well ami kimiiI, she may reninlii
II she li Ills wile, us the (IcMorniliollt
claims she will liaie to no
I a u Chin liar, ot hail, another wlfr
IIvIuk licie. ltl' 111'" soine time uk
Nut lotii; blnce, he went to China, tak
Iiik the wife wllh him. When he ro-
Additional Cable News on Page 5
IN ELECTION CASE
The petition of H W UiKiill, lli'pllli
This Is the i.lTalr for wlilih Pu-i-,.-ileut
ItOOM'M'll illsmlKscd two lll'll
paulf.s of iii'kio hnldlera from the unu
.Mui'li of Hie iilllclsm follnnltiK Hits
iiililtiarj ail was luseil on llm lint
thai the I'lesliliut did not punish the
I IIIkIi SherllT lleuiy will conduct a twisted out of sliupe was llui cause.
Bln'illi'H bale on .Saliinlay or valuahlo.,, wnH m,.l.r ,, ,, ,K,UUy.
, Kill estate sllualed m Kalikaua inc.- ,,, VN1U ttuH ,,.smslhle. It wus
I line kliimn as llio Lewis prnperly n.j l)f . ,IKIllcw r ,hu
I slot ui which for Hie past few days
'has heeu swccpliiK er Onliu.
The Haiti hud passed Kawiilliapul,
I turned, tin wife was not with liltu, hut
I in place of her liu brought lank a pici
An ariest was made this aflcrmionl ' Mil" '"" Kir'" u"' '!'"
I. yllie United Stales uitlhorltles which "I'L ' -l.il"il. 111" '''.'-
U icrtaln to create u sensalloii ainoiiK t'T As Mull she was udmilted. the
Tlio Weekly Kdltlon or tlm Evening
Bulletin kivos a coinpleto summary of
tlat. ni, nt Iho day for 1 a year.
On New Year's Day
the S. S. Alameda will arrive at San
Francisco with a consignment of pine,
apples and bananas.
LEAVE ORDER AT WELLS FARGO.
72 KING ST.
tlio last Htal Ion on thu Wiilnluii side
of Kuena I'olul, and was sleaiulUK
ntoiiK the load at the huso of tlio (lilt
when It was iIIki owred that a tall
knocked (omplelely out ot shape, and
(Continued on Pag 2)
i t .1.... I...... ......... 1 1 I .. . fliln.iLii
lim'U'h.iut to hrltiK l)!1 tlilldrfii Inli
"''llt... ...... .11. 1 .i.. s..- (J.. ... I. I. !.
Hittli In the rumor wlmtuer, nml ..,,., . ..,., ,,,.'.,
tiinsii s tis iiv"iiiiii"'nw, nirtr nun &-
then ukuIii It may ho completely true.
As soon us I Imvu reci'lved nihlces
Ironi Captain Matson I shall ho Kind
to iiiako public nil Ihut I can."
There Is one reason for IioIIovIiir
that there is u (jrenl ileal of truth 111
the rumor In ickuii) to llio Hlloiilan.
That Is Unit the ship will piotmhly liu
(Continued on Page 2)
" '-. -i -. ii m II I I IL ' LUX iy3B.T HS i .
local Chinese, and espei Lilly
llm r'liltii'di' litii 1 1 ii tut ri.it
Vie Yaw, olhcrwlso known as Yco Hie lounlry wmi mm
l.-iu. was taken Inlo custody h United1 "' "" ""' '"' "p'l S'"i,'
Stairs Marshal llemliy on tint cImiko; '"' I,H Oouimlssloner. and dnliiM
of IHiik ii liilioii-r unlawfull) in Hie ll Vee Vnw is mil ilaiiKliti-r hut one
lountry if l-cu Chin's wlies, anil its Bin li. she
If Vee Yaw Is a laliour. she icttalu- I" H"1''" " ileportallon. ,
ly iloesu'l look It She Is ahout as' The uieh will umloulitedly he an In
ilalhly u hit nr China as one may see ttii-ttlni? one jnd fiiuKlit wllh all the
In a life time. Ihessed In Hit richest I "CKy wllldl the Chinese alwns .Us.
iihiad was out of shape. It hud nii I sllkH. sho toddled Into the Marshal'ii I1'-')' such i uses.
olllct', lookltiK mote like n plcic of dec-l
(irntlvn ttiitutiry tlinn an olTendcf PARIS, France, Dee, 14 The Cabl.
iK.iltist the law ol Hie Nation llel sH Is considering legislation making
ijelirows looked like sham peuiil separation of Church and State more
iu.ll ks alicie her eyes, ami her liiiluU effective.
OATH RODES, Men's and Boys'.
NIGHT ROBES, Men's and Boys'.
CRAVANETTE RAIN COATS.
PAJAMAS, Men's and Boys'.
SWEATERS, Men's and Boys',
SHIRTS, all styles and patterns.
NECKWEAR, all styles.
HOSIERY, all styles.
CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS.
MEN'S BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
TUXEDO AND FULL DRESS SUITS. In fact everything you can ask for in our line.
The Kash Company, Limited,
LASTING HOLIDAY GIFTS
THAT IS THE KIND WE SELL.
OUII HOLIDAY STOCK IS NO WALL ON DISPLAY and
eludes a lot of useful Novelties, Including
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS,
RUCS, SHAVING STANDS, PIANO STOOL8, TABLES,
CUHIO CABINETS, CHINA CABINETS, SIDEBOARDS,
BUFFETS, and a Large Number of Other Articles,
What has become of the things you gave your friends last
year? 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.
1053-1059-10G5 BISHOP ST.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING,
A complete system of Identification Is
In practical use In connection with our
safe deposit vault, so that It Is Impos
tlble for an unauthorized person to ob
tain access to any deposit.
The time a renter enters It automat
ically registered to a minute by a won
derful clock stamp device. Ask to see
it next time you are down town
For SI. HopoIuI'.
testing the elf ctlon of the Homo Hole
candidate. J. M. Kealoha. was dis
missed tuduy !y the Supreme Court.
Kenloliit filed u demurrer in l.-igun'u
lutltlon, clulmliiK lack of Jurisdiction,
uml that there went not siilllclent
riouiiils died hy ljiau lo warrant h
i oulcst Tint Court Upholds this de
murrer mid at the stiiim time dismisses
SAVE YOUR FEELINGS BY PUT.
TING YOUR VALUABLES IN ONE
OF OUR SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES.
WE GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE SAFE
TY. NO ONE CAN HAVE ADMIT.
TANCE TO YOUR SPECIAL BOX
BUT YOURSELF AND YOU MAY
HAVE ACCESS DURING BUSINESS
Truat Co., Ltd.
Our Shoe Orders
Moit people are giving practical things these days for Christ.
mas No more useless glmeracks. Especially Is this true among
those in the same family. ,
You don't have la present the shoes themselves unlen you
want lo. We have "shoe orders" which entitle the bearer to shots
ef any price you designate.
A "SHOE ORDER" makes one of the moit sensible gifts we
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
Phone Main 282
COR FORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8.
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