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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H FRIDAY, DEC. 14, 1906.
Beyond the Ordinary
From 8 a.m. until sold
Covered with Fancy Flowered
Sateen, with wide ruffle.
$1.25 value for
See Reretaniu St. Window.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.. Ltd.
THE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
Now, wlillMt tliouKlitM ro turncil to
holly Iturr-ltsM unci fiolUUsy. Im good
lm to lxdcomu uuonvtsrt to
You will have butter breud, cukeii
unci p mm try Iiociiunu HOLLY Im tnta
MM 10W jHS three decisions
SIX MONTHS' lEAVEi
f Jas. A. l.ow, manager of tho
Honolulu plantation, nrrlved on
the steamer Siberia this morning
While in San Francisco Mr, Low
conferred with the tlltectorB of
the company and he has heen
granted a lenve of absence of six
of January next
Mr Low has been in bad health
for some time past and has sought
to gain a respite from thu duties
of plantation management. Dur
his vacation, Mr Uiw'a place will
be taken by Mr. Hoss, who Is a
well known former
BY SUPREME GOURT
The Supreme Court this morning
I handed down n decision which reveises
l the decree of the circuit Judge, Heconat
; District, In the case of Talula l.ucy
1 Vetlfseii. The opinion, which was
with the 30tli i written by Justice Wilder,, recites tha' '
lit 1904 the plaintiff was granted un
absolute dUorce from ttitr defendant
on the grounds of noti-support and
was awarded the custody of the child
ren, A yenr Inter the1 plaintiff mar
ried n Hawaiian named William Mi
ner. Last September the first decree
manager of regard to the care, ami custody of
'me cmiureii was nnereu ami rcvivu
1 un iippllcatlon of the. father, the lat
ter being given tun custody or me
' children. Tim mother nppealed fronf
l the decision of the lower court, which
A NAVY YEOMAN
Among tho passengers who return'
ed on thu steamship Siberia this
morning was W. II. Abbey, who has
been on the mainland for tho last four
years. Ho was, before ho left his na
live land, connected with tho Hoys'
liefomi School ns ouu of thu teachers
and left his position In search of n
belter opportunity on the mainland.
While away, ho worlied his way from
thu foot of the ladder and succeeded
In securing a position as yeoman In
Undo Sam's Nuvy Department, and
was assigned to duty at Norfolk, Vir
ginia, from which placu he was trans
ferred to the Mare Island Naal Sta
tion, He attended to his duty so re
markably well that he was once more
ordered by tho Navy Department trans
ferred, fortunately at this time to the
Honolulu Naval Station. Ills position
Is now that of chief yeoman under
Captain Cutter, to whom he reported
for duty Immediately upon his arrival.
Mr. Abbey Is an Island hoy and was
educated and graduated at the Ka
mehamcha School, cIukh of '!I7. He
was on the battleship Texas, where
ho llrst had tho experience of u ty
phoon, while ut Havana.
Ho Is a ery creditable example of
what some of the Island boys can do
when strictly attending to their duties.
Is rcorsed by tlio Supreme Court.
Tho Supreme Court today handed
down a decision In tho case of I). I..
Peterson versus the Walalua Agricul
tural Company and Cecil llronn, the
decision being In favor of the iiiin
p.my. The opinion was written In
justice Hartwell. The iiuestlnn at It
sue was as to whom the rents of cer
tain lauds were due to, the said rents
being held by Cecil llrown, who held
them under thu agreement to abide by
the decision of the court. The Judg
ment of the court Is that the rents are
payable to the Walalua Agricultural
Tho Supreme Court this morula?
dismissed the appeal of the defendants
In the case of the Western Nutlonal
Uank ersus W. C. Peacoek & Co. This
was un action by tho payee against the
acceptor of n bill of exchange for
II74S.5U. The, bill was 'drawn by the
Hllbert Mercantile Co. ut San Fran
cisco. November 4, 1905, and Indorsed
accepted by Peacock & Co. December
23, 190.!. Default was made In pa.
tnent uud tho action was begun last
July. Thu circuit Jtldgo found by du
fault In fnvor of the plalullrf, and the
defendant appealed' This appeal ll
1 i - i e.
WRITER IRR1VES FROM
D. L, Wllhingtou will leave on the
Alameda on the 2(ith, en route to
Washington, where he goes to argue
befoiu the Supremo Court of tho Unit
ed States the rasu of F. J, Lowrey, 0.
P. Custlu and W. (). Smith, trustees
versus the Territory of Hawaii.
j Tho case was decided in fuvor of
I the Territory by the Supreme Court
I here some time ago, and tho plaintiffs
j have taken an appeal to tho United
States Court. The suit Is Tor tho sum
of J 15,0(10, which tho trustees claim
for tho Hawaiian Hoard of Missions
on ulleged violation of contract,
I When tho Ameilcan Hoard of Mis
'bIoiih turned over to the Territory tho
Lahnlnalmm school, It was with thu
(understand ir; that t u-ro should bo
ttnilL'll. Ill II ll.ltlllllir lit flin it'll., tt ,.
Illglon at variance with the faith of ,",B':,1, nl"1
tthe mlsslonnry fathers. The Terrl
tory was bound by tho terms of con
tract to pay over to tho Hoard tho sum
or (15,000 In case of violation of this
Thu Hawaiian Hoard, successor to
the American Hoard, claims that tho
ugi cement has heen violated in that
no form of religion has been taught
The Territory, on tho other hand
I claims that Inasmuch
Miss Mary fi. Krout, well known
to many Honolulu people, arrived on
the Sonoma yesterday from the Colo
nles, and is visiting thu' family of Col
J. W. Jones. Mrs. Jones and Miss
Krout aro friends of long standing.
Miss Krout has been traveling
through Australia and New Zealand
to collect materials for n number of
brochures concerning those countries
for tho Oceanic Steamship Co. and
the Southern Pacific Company. Slit
Is also connected as special correspon
dent with several of tha large news
papers of the mainland.
This Is not Miss Krout's llrst visit
to Honolulu. Sho has been heru sev
eral times before, thu last .tliuu In
Miss Krout has written a number uf
well-known books of lruu-1 which
have given her an enviable reputation
as a writer.
During her recent visit to Australlr
and New Zealand Miss Krout was, she
states, accorded every courtesy by all
thu oillvlals with whom she came In
she speaks warmly of
both thu country and Hie people.
FOR mm TERM
Thu trial of thu KumlnT Trunt cane
will I in (nmiriitwfil In tint 1 Tn Hod
us no religion' states Court on tho first dnv of thu
ilias neon lauglit, tlie agreemonl could B,c'clnl February term. Thu attorneys
fnot be violated, us It stipulated that I for tho defenso and nrosecutlon bo-
' Bishop Trust So.,
Money to Loan
Long Time Loans
Real Estate Loans
Loans on Listed
Bishop Trust Co..
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold
this market. Try It.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Uulletln glvea a uoniplete summary of
the nows of the day. For SI a year,
Special Prices For
We make our goods
We guarantee their abso
lute purity and freshness.
Popcorn in all styles
and color. Candy Toys,
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 Co.
no other form should be taught uxcept
that specified. While it lias taught
that form. It has taught no other,
peared before Judge Dolj this morn
ing and agreed that, tho casus should
ho brou. lit to trial at that time. Thu
A Kodak Makes
A Merry Christmas
T'ieturos telling of p:it pood times an- treas
iirrs now. Present pleasures will soon belong to
tlif past. Arc yon collect inn pietnroB of t lit ejood
times yon nru having now '
Yon enjoy pietim.". So does your friend. Then
pet liim n Kodak. It means the In-ginning of un
enjoyment tlitit grow greater with time unci h
shared t-iiutlly hy did and ynimg.
Kodaks, $5 up; Premo Cameras, $3 up;
Brownie Cameras, only $1 up.
Has your friend a Kodak already I Then get him a predefine; folo-h-ather jarrying
eae for it, having lwUh hand and tdiouhler straps.
Has he hoth these things? Then u.ive. hint a lank deudopitig machine, hy which he
ean develop Ifs own films in an ordinary room.
Among thu other suggestions e ean gives are: Fine genuine seal-grain leather
eovercd ulhtims in which to preserve and display his pictures; or an iilhuni to preserve
and register his film negatives; or a portrait attachment enahling him to take large
portraits with his Kodak.
Al'o nn allium luadn specially for displaying souvenir post
cards is the proper thing these, days, and who among your
friends has not a nuiuher of cards to start thu allium with?
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
J059 Fort Street
DROWNED AT FOOT
llio supreme Court took tins vlewl,irogCcutluii fnvdred an earlier date,
or mo niauer aim iouuu in iuvoroi uut t,0 several attorneys for tho do
tno cietenuant. ft.,so slated that they could not bo
Assistant Attorney ueuerai prosser ready during thu present term of
is preparing the brief n the case,;c,n,rt. Among tho attorneys present
which win lie sent to mo Department lepresentlng tho various llrms InVolv
or .lusucu at wasnington in oruer e, wru Mott-Smlth. Hemenway,
mat tho Department may raliilllarize ' withliiKtun and Stanley,
useir wiui ine case, no oiio win go'
from heru fur tlie prosecution, the case
being handled by the Washington ut
Thu coroner's Jury this afternoon re-' A- N. Campbell returned toduy by
tinned u verdict of iiccldeiitul drowning Hi" Siberia from tho Coast, where lin
In the case of Jas. W. Olrvln i wel" 0I1 huslness connected with tho
' ' . Waterliouse Trust Co. While away ho
BINT dtS PUNT
Unknown Man Falls Into
Water At Night
1 REAL-ESTATE EXPERT AND
When you want to buy a Home
i ' see 8TRAUCHI
When you wunt to sell your property
' see STRAUCHI
When you wunt to Invest your money
When you want to borrow uiouey
purchased additions to the plant of the
Honolulu Gas Co., which, when they
have been put up, will triple Its pres
ent capacity. It will arrive durlug tho
turly part of next year. Only the parts
o thu plants which are covered by pat
cuts will b brought from thu main,
laud. The lest of the work will ho
done by the Honolulu Irou Works,
A tragedy occurred last night at the
wharf at tho foot of Kort street, where
thu coal steamer Klrkluo is lying, A
man, evidently drunk, caiuu down
1'ort street about 10:1S, aud, stagger
lug us he walked, stumbled against
thu edgu of tho wharf and fell over
bourd. The splash v. us heard by u
number of meu uu tho Kirkleo uud
also thu cries for help, which immu
cliaiely followed, by the crow of thu
W. II. Flint, which is lying ut tho
What seems to be strange about the
matter Is that the man culled for help
and then refused It when it was offer
ed hlui. Thu men on thu Klrklue
threw over a plank, which landed with
In three feet of tho mau us he was
paddling uround In thu water, hut he
refused to even reach out aud grasp it,
A ropu thrown at him lauded within
u couple of feet, but he would not
Thu fellow kept paddling around for
tlvo minutes aud then sank, while the
crew of the Klrkleu stood alongside
aud watched him. He Is said to haw
been a man about llvo feet seven in
height and of medium build. Tho dlf
remit peoplu who weru present are
not certain whether he was a native
or a whltu man. Ho wore a fireman's
cap and the mun on the Klrkleu say
that they bellovo that he was a fire"
man from ouu of thu two transports
lu thu harbor.
Ll UMIL IS
E!M jjd COM
A. N. Campbell, of the Wnterhousii
Trust Company, arrived this morning
cu the Siberia (loin u business trip to
Kan Francisco, When seen hy u Mill
letlu reporter lie said:
"I have not r 'ompllshcd very much
in San Franc . on thu present trip,
as It was a I a. Impossible to get any
lesiills. About half the people In thu
city are out of town, I wus unable to
do anything with the Automatic Tel
ephone Company matter, us I could
not get hold of the people. Unit ol
the men whom I wished to sue was in
Kurope and another lu New York. I
had a good deal of comersatlon with
ouu of thu men whom we expect will
have a great deal to do with tho com
pany, however, and everything Is go
ing on very well.
"Han Francisco Is being built up
cry rapidly and it is surprising the
progress tha.t Is being madu there. Nnw
bulldlngs appear It seems lu a few
das. The city will be back In Its old
position before long.
Siberia Brings Many
Passengers For -This
Hay C, Drown, recently madu lu
suector In chariru at thu luiinturallou
When you want some Information otijtatlon, is being prorutneutly men-
any kiud t toned us the man who is most liable
see STRAUCHI t(0 succeed B. H. Stuckablo Ub Collect-
You will have satisfaction and make or of thu Port of Honolulu, In case of
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvea a complete summary of
tha nsws of theday.
money by seeing STRAUCH and seek
ing His Advice,
P. E. R. Straueh
WAITY BUILDING. 74 KINO ST.
the resignation of Stackahlo after his
leturn from Furope. Drown has made
a good record In his present position
aud Is regal ded as a man who could
handle the custom-house work efll
J. T, CRAWLEY
J. T, Crawley, well known In tliU
city, writes that lie has heen appointed
hy tho American Urovlslonul Ooverii'
niciit to be director of the Cuban i:x
perlmentul Station, his olflclat title bu
lug Director de la Ustaclon Central
Agrouomlca du Santiago do las Vegas.
The position Is u very itupoitaut one
Including as It does, the management
of ull of thu departments of expert
mental work, The salary Is u large
n mi m
IS SIT 1 TRIM
Thu libel against the Japanese steam
ship Chlusu Mum was set for trial
January 2 by Judge Dole this morn
ing. Some difficulty was experienced
in setting a date for the trial of thu
cuse that would ho satisfactory to both
sides. Thu Chlusa is duu to arrive
trom Japan on tho 28th witli another
loud ofj!niinlgrant8, hut it is not known
how long sho will remain in port. Thu
attorneys for both sides consented,
however, alter some discussion, that
the' date mentioned would bu satisfactory.
Thu Chlusa Marti is the steamship
that went aground at thu entruncu to
the harbor somu weeks ago. Sho was
pulled off by ouu of the Inter-Island
steamers, and wus libeled by thu com
pany for the stun of MMOO.
Thu Pacllic Mall Steamship Siberia
arrived this morning from the Coast,
bringing one of tho largest passenger
lists for this city that she has eer
carried. Tho majority of those on
board bound for Honolulu were kninu
uluas, who are returning from the
mainland to spend Christmas here. An
Important purt of the cargo Is 12.'
sacks of mull for this city.
A complete passenger list slius 1M
lu the first cabin, It In thu hecoixt
tnhln and .182 In the Astatic steerage.
The cargo consists of 300O tons oi
4.I..I.. r,.- ,1... irl.il ttt t.'lili, It f.linil
fllCI&lib ll Hit v.. ...... ". ...,,., .."-w
'bales of cotton is thu most Iniixii turn
Tho Siberia's officers report n pleas
mil trip, with the exception of tho first
day, which was spent In Sun Francisco
harbor, the pilots rcfuslnto lake tlie
ship out on account of the dense fog
which rendered navigation dangero'u.
Thu meetlni? of tlm Hfinnlnlii llranch
of the Theosophical Society which will
bo liem tonight in the Kaplolaul bulhi
lug will bu opeu to thu public.
Chicago, III,, Dec. 5. A political up
heaval which may result In thu election
of William J, llryau us President of the
United States wus discussed by leading
Chicago Democrats today us u likely
tesult of the recommendations of Pres
ident Roosevelt lu his message regard
lug the naturalltatlon of Japanese anil
their admission to the public school
of San FraiicUco,
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
The rumor from Washington, D. 0,.
that Major Carrol A Dool will prob
ably become quartermaster general of
tho United States urmy early lu the
coming year has cau;d much comment
lu nrmy circles here. It Is rcportv'd
that his detail to that position lias bec'u
us8iired by the President, and It J
understood that this action has been
taken on the recoinmeudation of Sec
In order to elevate Major Devol to
this position It will he necessary for
Urlgadler General Charles F. Hum
phrey tu voluntarily retire. It Is sad
that this action has ulre-ady been ar
ranged with thu head of thu nuttou.r
S 1'. Call. Dec. I,
lu connection with the above urtlclr
it Is interesting to note that Col, Wil
liam S. Fatten left the transport Slier;
juan )esterday uud pioceeded to the
Coast in the Sououiu for the purpotV.
II is taid, or trying for the posltluij
mentioned. He wus accompanied by
Cnpt. Amos M Kimball. ')
Football enmu iutu l'liglaud with the
ItomatiH, and Is older than tho Kngllsu
national game of cricket. It Is plaje'd
lu many parts of tlie world, having
been one of thu most popular games
with thu jrceks.
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