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4. From Ran Francisco j,
China Dec. 21
Alameda Dec. 21 ''
For Ban Francisco: .
Alameda Dec. 2 ,
4, Doric Dec. 21 .
4, From Vancouver:
Mloccra ...Dec. in ';
For Vancouver! V
... iloana .tun, 9 ''
The careful buyer goes where she KNOWS she can find what she wants
The holidays rt fatt approaching,
and the tactful merchant la each day
through The Evening Bulletin, In
forming the public what he hat pro
vlded In the way of glftt, and edu
callna It In the art of selection.
This Is the merchant, you may be 4,
ture, who li going to do a genuine
holiday business. The buyer It go
Ing where he knows he will find Jutt
what he wants. The Times Are Too 4.
4 Duty To De Hunting Round In the 4.
Dark for One's Gifts.
SHE LEARNS TO KNOW III IDE NIH1I ADS
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16 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATUKDAY. DECEMBER 15 UJ0U-I6 PAGES
Fkioh 6 Okntb
LANAI DEAL BLOCKED BY INJUNCTION
tAHotlat'ii Prrt ftttlal Ciltlll
NEWPORT NEWS, Vs., Dec. 15.
The cruiser Montana was launched to
day. WILLIAM QREET8 HAAKON
(Antortntrd fr Bp'clal Cablti
DERLIN, Germany, Dee. 15. Em
peror William today welcomed King
Haakon and Queen Maud of Norway
at his palace at Potsdam.
Admiral Troops" "
Ic iTcnonoo nan ml
10 LuUUUuO UOIIiUI
Enjoined Bombs Affirmed
DR. CHARLE8 DRYANT COOPER, I llustrlous Potentate of Aloha Temple.
Manager Low .Will Complete Installation of
$150,000 Worth Of New Machinery-Will
Make Local Mill Refinery One of Most
Efficient To Be Found Anywhere
Ihc Honolulu pla n I ill ioit will somi
complete Hit- Installation of lniiinc
moils lo lis infilling ilcp'irtimm In
xnlvliig an 't-iilll m nf JUliii.iIwi,
anil giving the company one nf I lie
most rllUlciit nngnr rc'llncrlcs In be
Thn principal work cm this new de
parture linn been ilono liy Mnimgcr
Low ami lin will see Hint everything
Ik In perfect older before lie leaves
for IiIh In months' vacnllnn tlio latter
I in I nf January
I Tin' Honolulu I'liiiilnlinii Company
linn liven In tin' three; cornered sugar
'light nf Hie Cn.iHt where II ImH been
mnil.eiliig It h inoilnri. During the
llrsl in- It iiwkIp sugar Hip only other
jintrri'HlH liuol vi'il were those (if
',Hiii'(l'ls. n liiuiicli nf tlio Hugnr
Tin-it wns n steadily Increasing do-
iiiniiil fur sugar owing to tlio heavy
lliierc.iso In Hip popiilntlon. nml nf
K.i n tn 'Litis wants all good hoys ntnl
girls to give him a written Hot of v. tint
Hipy until for Christmas. Ho will liu
tpitily to pep them tonight nt Kerr'
:t :t :s :t t: :: :: :: n tt a u a tt tt n n :t
new enterprises In which sugar Is
uscil. Hlnce tlio Snn l'rnnrlstn tiro,
however. Hip market tins shrunk nml
inmlltlnn hriM- clinngcd.
Willi the nilvent nl Hip Critrkell re
llnery during the past year the West-
em market 1ms hpen forreil and sugar
(shipped from the 1-nrlflr hack to tlio
(.Missouri river, something Hint hail
1 not heen ilotie for yearn. These eon
jilllloiiH eotnpelleil the Honolulu Plan
nation Company to turn out Its proil
urt In such form us would Hntlsfy Its
In onliT to ito this ami make nil
i Classen of letliiPil sugar tlio company
llins cotitraileil tlirnugh the Honnliiln
Iron Works Tor rellnltig inaclilnpr.v
the most of which is being built In
tlio I'listerii Klntes. This machinery
Incluilex bono char kilns, filters, con
eyors, eloratiirs nml machines for
tlio mnniirnctiirn of nil classes of white
sugar. The clomlno, culio ami nil
grniles ran be maile.
This addition to the plant Is to cost
in tlio neighborhood of 150,000. It
Is tlio most complete plant of Its na
ture lo bo foiiml anywhere. Iinvlng the
best ami most elllclcnt details that
i mild be furnished by the best refin
eries of tlio Stales.
Tlio crop to bo refined by tbo Ho
nnliiln plantation this season consists
or nboul IM.oilu tons of raw mignr nnd
l.,non tens of Hutchinson plantation,
j The plan, w.ilch Hn Honolulu plan
tntlon Ik putting In could easily re-
lino rrom ..null to li.uoii uddltlonal
tons of rnw sugar
On New Year's Day
the S. 8. Alameda will arrive at San
Francisco with a consignment of pine
apples and bananas.
LEAVE ORDER AT WELLS FARQO.
72 KING ST.
tThls morning I. I,, MrC'nndll'ss,
through his attorney, sened an In
Junction on (lovcrnor Cnrlt I to pre.
vent the exchange of the (linernini nt
lands on l.annl. Today nas the last
ilny on which bids lor the land could
I.e submitted nml W. M. (llrfnrd,
through his attorney. Judge Henry H.
Cooper, placed n bid for the Inml In
the hands of Uiml Cotniulssloner I'rntt
.MiCandless tins been against Hip ex
change of the lands nor since the
Iden wns siilnilllted to the public by
(lovcrnor Cnrtcr and hns been out
spoken In his opinion that It was con
trary lo Hip policy which should be
pursued, to place so great nn amount
of land ns thcru Is In the entire island
In the hands of one man.
The Injunction against the (loern
or nnd Land Commissioner Pratt was
granted Inst night by Judge Itoliln
son, Judge Do Holt not being found
by I. Ink McCnndlcss nnd his attorney.
Judge Gear. Tlio case will come up
for a hearing In court In n few days.
(A'tnelafrit "r ffprrtal Catlt
I ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Dee. IS.
An unsuccessful attempt was made
here today to assassinate Admiral
Doubassoff by means of throwing
bombs at him. Several terrorists have
l.os Angeles, Dee. X Ixs Angeles
will have Its second championship
prlrc light within Inn months when
Abe Attell and Jimmy Walsh enter
the ring next Friday night before Hie,
I'ncllle Athletic Club for n '.'O-rouml'
contest for the featherweight honors
Attell Is favorite. Iloth men arc train
ing diligently nml will enter Hie ring
nl about 122 pounds each. Ko far bet
ting on Hie bout lias been light
it tt st m tt tt tt tt n a tt a n n t:
I Mr. MiCnndless stntes that his ac
tion Is I alien on the ground thai Hie
(lovcrnor has nn right In law to trade
nway 17,000 nrres of public land to
nny Individual. Mr. McCnndless docs
not take the ground of public policy
but bases his action solely on Hie law.
(From San Francisco Call, December 4, 1906.)
' HONOLULU BUYING STOCKS
"ISLAND SPECULATORS MEET WITH SUCCE8S IN NEVADA MINES,
"HONOI.UI.tr, November 26. Interest In Nevada min
ing stocks has been growing rapidly for some time past. II
Is Kald that, while n large number of men are buying nnd
have bought stocks In the various concerns In Nevada, so
far there has not been n single loss recorded.
"All of tlio stocks In which local people havp Invested
linve advanced In value. In two or Htreo Instances men in
this city nro said to havo cleared up janJOO, while there
nre a number who have mrdo smaller ar.runts but still
running Into the thousands."
Dnlly frpsh fortunes nro wrested from Mother Karth. Tenderfoots and
Inexperienced men havo betonio millionaires overnight: n fow weeks ago
I hey labored for day's wages. YOU CAN DO THIS ALSO. Tlio chances
nro better now than ever before,
Mnny of our Islnnd rllents havo leaped stupendous profits by following
our advice. In substantiation of wjlch wo reproduce the nboo from tlio
Snn Krnnclsco Cull.
The early jniith of '07 will sen more and cjulrker huge fortunes made
than since Comstnck days. This Is not speculation TUB OOI.D 18
TIIKIUJ. Wo nro right whero you need us In San Krnnclsco, whero the
market for Nevada shares Is made. Our fingers are constantly on the
pulse nf Hip mining stock situation, and wo hnve arcurato knowledgo of
the good stocks,
WltlTK NOW for our KHBB MAUKI.T I.BTTKII And when you get
our tip to buy or sell, bo ready to ACT.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members of the San Francisco A. Toncpah Mining Exchange, Suite No, 243
Monadnock Building, 8an Francisco, Cal.
BATH RODES, Men's and Doys'.
NIGHT ROBES, Men's and Doys'.
CRAVANCTTr. RAIN COATS.
PA JAM 1X6, Mcn'o and Royt,'
GWCATCRS, Men's nnd Roys'.
SHIRTS, all stylcB and patterns.
NCCKWLAR, Hit Blylct,.
HOSirRY, rill styles.
CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAP8.
MEN'S BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
TUXEDO AND f-ULL DRLGU GUIII.. In fact everything, you call ask for In our line.
The Kiash Company, Limited,
LASTING HOLIDAY GIFTS
THAT IS THE KIND WE SELL.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS NO WALL ON DISPLAY and
eludes a lot of useful Novelties, Including
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS,
RUGS, SHAVING STANDS, PIANO STOOLS, TABLES,
CURIO CABINETS, CHINA CABINET8, 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.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING,
1053-1059-106S BISHOP ST.
(Annrlnlrd Prrtt fptctat Cast')
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 15. -
There has been no change of the War
Department's denial of the rumor that
it contemplated sending additional
troops to the Hawaiian Islands.
M.iorcjtcd "rlt ffrfrtal' CahU)
PARIS, France, Dee. 15. T'
amendments to the Separation Act
have been completed. Cardinal Rich
ard refused to accept a permit to de
part. He said that he would yield only
to force. Bishop Arras was forcibly
era. Ho will dwell upon tlio school
(Atiotiotti l'rrii tpmial CabUI
LOWELL, M.-.T.S., Dec. 15. A five
per cent. Increase of wages ha been
granted the workers In the cotton
mills, who recently struck for higher
II. P. Khlcrs & Co. will keep open
this evening, also Thursday, I'rlun)
nnd and Saturday ncxl week.
A complete system of Identification Is
in practical use In connection with our
safe deposit vault, so that It Is impos
sible for an unauthorized person to ob
tain access to any deposit.
The tlms a renter enters is automat
ically registered to a minute by a won
derful clock stamp device. Ask to see
it next time you are down town.
For St. Bonolul'.
JJJV Fins Job Printing at the Bui
Lecture in School Affair
ard Possible War ;
A large number of our local Japan
ese are looking forward with great lu
cres! to n lecture that will be gUcn
by (lunklchl Slilniitdn. who U u icing
nlzcd historian In Japan. He Is Hie
proprietor of a Japanese newspaper
Inowti as Hie Shin Tewcbl. Ilu has
not been very long In Ibis country
but his ability as n lecturer Is well
(iioftii. The subject that be will
speak upon tomorrow evening nt tho
jjnpancsc theater on Anla street, will
be "America, and Japan of Today."
,He Is said to be very familiar with
tin' histories of those two .iciuntrlci,
pud the talk of probable war between
them will be dwelt upon.
Hlilnimla Is said to have made n lee
ture of a similar nature before tlio war
jLroke out between China and Japan,
iiiud Hie statements which ho made
then were proved true by Japan's vic
tory The lecture tomorrow evening
will certainly draw a crowded liouso.
lie is it c archil speaker and Is easily
understood by every ono of his hear
ciuestlciii which Is causing the trouble
on the mainland, and Is expected to
express his opinion ns to the probablo
result In enso war should be declared
between Japan nnd tho United Htntcw.
The lecture commences at 6 o'clock
p. m. and Is free In nil.
Illlllards Is claimed by some to ha.o
originated In the Kar i:ast. wlillo oth
ers declare tho gnmo ran bo traced to
the KnglUh. and that it Is n first cciti
slu to tin gnmo of lsiwls. Tho tlrst
person to glvo form nnd rule to tho
game was Hcnrlqun pcvlgtic, who Hvod
In the reign of Charles IX
SAVE YOUR FEELINGS BY PUT
TING YOUR VALUABLES IN ONK
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
Trust Co., Ltd.
Our Shoe Orders
Most 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 to present the shoes themselves unless you
want to. We have "shoe orders" which entitle the bearer to shoes
of any price you designate,
A "SHOE ORDER" makes one of the most sensible gifts we
Manufacturers' Shoe So., Ltd.
105 J Fort Street
Phone Mafn 282
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
TELEPHONE MAIN 20.