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the leading merchants of the Even.
Ing Bulletin. They know that
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It Informed of new stocks, new
prices and new opportunities. The
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Is that ADVERTISING PAYS.
Vol. XV III No 3571
t( PAGES-HONOLULU. TKItRITORI OP HAWAII. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22 l0-I6 PAGES
Pbiob 6 Uentb
Crawford Is Indicted By The Grand Jury
Oriental Liquor Dealers
To Fight To Keep
IACKMEN AND DOCTORS
ARb ALSO INTERESTED
JAPANE8E WANT LEGISLATURE
TO GIVE THEM SAME PRIVI
LEQES AS ARE GIVEN
. TO OTHERS
Tlio Incnl Japanese aro watching
nut carefully Tor imy slgna or legisla
tion, to conio tip before tho coming
session of the Legislature, which may
In any wny Inlliicnro them nml their
business. Tlio Jnpnticso liquor ilcnl
era nro particularly vigilant. Tho prop
osition inmlo hy some of tlio whlto
liquor ilonlorH that no liquor limine
lionld lie Issued to OrlotitalH Iiiik tlior
mighty nroiiKvil tlii'in nml they now
propone to call a iiiuhk mooting nt
which tliey can iIIscush tlio matter ami
devise wiiyH anil iiicanH to opposo micli
It la a well-known fact that tliu
while liquor ilealcrH aru at present
working on tlio franiltiK of a Httltnlilo
liquor law, anil that It Iiuh been pro
roiioil by somo (hat tlio Orientals bo
barred froii tlio holding or liquor li
censes. On tho other hand, It Ih ox'
tremoly doubtful that mich n recom
merulotlcii will bo made, or that, K
mndo, will pass tho Legislature, as
Rravo doubts' hitvo been expressed at
to tho validity of such n prcnlsloii. It
Ih fairly Hare to biipikiho Hint tlio Leg
Mature, In view of tho great Impeir
tanco or tho liquor law, will pass no
act which It Ih not absolutely Hiiro will
lo legally Hound.
Tho Japanese are nlHo gelling ready
to fight on two old proposition. u10
back question nnd tlio matter of tho
examination In Kngllsh of JnianeHo
phystclaiiK. Hcgardlng IIiIh today 'h Ih
huo of tlio llawnllan-Jiipmicso Chroii
Irle HpeakH hh followH:
"IMI'OHTANT QUKSTIONH IN Till:
"Home or the questions thai will, ho
brouKht up In our local Legislature
will bo very Imivortant from iur Jap
ones.) point offvlew.tTlioy uro. flint,
the liquor1 Mhlcli tluv wlitto liquor
ilcalerH havu framed up In opHsltlon
to tlio Issuance of licenses tu tho Jap
anese and tho" Chinese; secondly, tlio
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Local Contractors Are
Going to Bid For
The local eontructorH nrc not losing
liny time In looking Into tlio plans foi
tl.c Icproxmium which will bn built or.
Moloknl. There have been nix kcIh of
plaiiii hciiI to thin city mid four have
already lieen given out by the Collecloi
of Customs, vlm has the matter In
Six felB or plana were also nenl lo
San Kmnrlwii and the contrnctorH ot
hat city will boglvcn u chance to bin
on the work ngnlnst tho local men.
Through a inlitiikn In tlio ofllcc ot the
Supervision Architect of the Treusury
Department tho IiIiIh were culled for to
lie opened nt time wlicn the platiH had
not lieen Issued and iih n result u new
call for lilda had lo bo made.
The Hpcc IflcntlntiH call ror the coin
liletloii ot the bulldlim nml eonlrnct on
ot b"foro Juno I, I90S. The following
local nrniK nro already llRiirliifi on the
contract I.iichh llnw., K. V. Chapln
John DiiRpan, nud K. J. Uird.
BY TAKING STOCK
ALOHA AINA PAPER
It wiik reHirleil today that tho AIo!m
Ainu, tho wnll-known llnwnllan puiiei4,
had. been purchased by tho nemorratH,
who would Hlart IsnultiK, tho" paper ns
their orpin. In both Kngllsh and Ha
wivllun, during tlio neeond week of Jim
W. A. Kinney Htntcd that tho reixut
Ih to Homo extent Incorrect.
"Tlio Aloha Alna hna liirnrimrndil,"
ho bald, "hut tho old mauiiRement Ht III
etnliiH tho niujorltr of tho stock. Ah
far oh tlio paper's being tlio Democrat'
Ic organ, It linH been Mrnlght I)omi
cratlc for tho last three cainpnlgnH
and there will Hiiih bo no chango In
Hh iMillcy. It Ih true that u number of
Democrat!) bau taken sbareH of Htock
In tho company, TIiIk wuh dono part
ly to give tho pacr olllclal reeognl-
Hon, mid also lo put It on a better
In tho meantime tlio Aloha Ainu ban
tho following to miy on tlio subject In
tills morning's Issnu:
"Thoro will bo changes In thn Alohu
Alna to bo iiiadiTon Saturday, January
'S, mid-tlio name will bo changed to
llul Aloha Aliin Knupalcnala. Tlio or-
. llcerH of tlio now company will bo as
1 fnllows: Mrs. Nawalil, president; C,
Mtinclalrit Prtm tvteial Cabuj
TVER, Russia, Dec. 22. Count Alex
Is Ignatleff was assassinated today.
His assailant was captured but his
identity Is not known to the police.
HICKS GETS OUT
BAKER3FIELD, Cal., Dec. 22.
Hicks, the Imprisoned miner, will pro
bably be rescued this evening. For
two weeks he has been confined In a
collapsed tunnel under a car.
3HAH HAS RELAPSE
TEHERAN, Persia, Dec. 22. The
Shah has suffered a relapse.
Tlio lime of selling mechanical toH
tor hair price will bo extended till
closing time thin evening by I-. II.
Korr & Co. and It would bo well for
nil those who wish to take advantage
of thin very liberal ofter to cnll ciitly,
ror tho rush lias been hcaVy all day.
I. laukuu, treasurer; IC. L. I.Ike, man
ager; John l'rendergast, Hccretary;
V. It. Harvey, auditor; W. A. Klnnoy
and R. II Trent, directors.
THE PRUDENTIAL Issues policies
from $15 to .$100,000. Hardly any
man's Income Is so small but that the
Company can Issue a policy which he
can conveniently carry, and hardly
any one's needs are so exacting but
that they can be filled. Do you know
of any roason, other than physical con
dltlon, v.hy -a person should go with'
cut life Insurance?
Fort si. Honolul'.
Kilauea has been keeping up her nc
tivlty during tho wc"k. There havo
Kin pnrtlcK of visitor mcry nlisht to
vetch the lava flow at the bottom of
the pit. The hcc:nj of activity has
changed nlsjut nnd one of tho small
i.i ken hits filled upwltli lava, to tlio
geiieinl level of the crater's flow, where
it lormed n boiling 'patch or red The
ow nbove tho crater Ih visible seme
in I ten at night time.
priss roil in
I'rlicH were today nwarded lo Iho
exhibitor of the best exhibits of fruit,
etc., nt the exhibition held at tho skat
ing rlnl- under the auspices of tlio
runners' Institute. Tho pi lie winners
were II. J. Illiodea, Lunalllo Home (2
prlies, Dorothea Krauss, V 15. Wall,
llyron O. Clark (3), Haiku Krult and
1'nrklng Co., Moamilim Dairy, Judge
V. '. Krear. Judge S. II. IVile (3), K.
V. Jordan. W. M. Olrfard, Mrs. W. I
lloweni and V. C. Wccrton.
(Attoclatei Prtu tptolcl Cat It)
LOS ANGELE8, Cal., Dee. 22.
Jack O'Brien and Tommy Burns have
been matched to fight here for the
heavyweight championship and 30,
COO. The fight will takt place during
the Shrlners' Conclave In this city.
Col. CurllH I'. lnnkcii returned from
n visit to Iho Mugtilrc ranch at Komi
this morning on the Klnau. Ho said:
I "I have no announcement to make
In regard to nppolntuienth and wlllnot
make any until the day when I take of
fice. Mv trip has been one for real and
I litivo accomplished my purpose. Thc.ro
Is no news ol any great lniMirtance on
Hawaii bill there Iiiik been n great deal
of rain and thing Itxik very,good there
"So Wllllo Crawford ban been Indict
ed by tho Oratid Jury. I hardly thought
thai he wan so closely mixed up In the
c'.o fa proposition, but that was not ex
actly up to me to know for n fow daH
fja- Fin Job Printing at tht tul
Milk Gomes From Cocoanuts
GOLD FROM NEVADA
YOU IIAVfi COCOANUTS.
DO YOU WAST GOLDT
Write us for our FREE MARKET LETTER containing the FACTS.
Wonder Silver Star
Is a moat promising proposition situated In the heart of the famous WON'
DER district. The property consists of "two full claims" which endllni.
Assays from the ledge of WONDER SILVER 8TAR give $80 to the ton and
upwards. These shares are a rare purchase at 25 cent.. If In dellbt WRITE
for more particulars. Our FREE MARKET LETTER will post you. Ask
for It. ,
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members San Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange.
8ulte 243-244 Monadnock Btdg., San Francisco.
BATH ROBES, Men's and Boys',
NIOHT ROBES, Men's and Boys'.
CRAVANETTE RAIN COAT8.
PAJAMA8, Men's and Boys'.
SWEATERS, Men's and Roys',
SHIRTS, all styles and patterns,
NECKWEAR, all styles.
i CHILDREN'8 HATO AND CAPS.
MEN'S BOYS' and CHILDREN'8
TUXLDO AND FULL DRCD8 GUI TO, In Net everything you cn aiK lor In our lint,
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The Kash Company, Limited,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25. COM. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
LASTING4 HOLIDAY GIFTS
THAT 18 THE KIND WE SELL.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK IS NO WALL ON DISPLAY and In
elude, a lot of useful Novelties, Including
CHAIRS, ROCKER8, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS,
RUGS, SHAVING 8TAND8, PIANO STOOLS, TABLES,
CURIO CABINETS, CHINA CABINETS, SIDEBOARDS,
BUFFETS, and a Large Number of Oth.r Article..
What has become of the things you gave your friends last
yearT 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 far few
years to your Friend or Friends of your good-wlllr
J. HOPP & CO.
10531019.1063 BISHOP 8T, ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO,
Court Official Charged
With Running Che
Willie Crawford was Indicted tliU
morning by tho (Irand Jury on llic
charge of running n die fa gumc. Tht-i
win. the only Indictment U-turned by
the llraiid Jur, which rciwrtcd to
Judge Do Holt nt 11 o'clock thin morn
Crawford was In the Judiciary build
ing, and us noon as he heard or the ac
tion taken by tho (irnnd Jury, be ranici
Into court and surrendered himself,
without waiting for the Issuanco of n
tin u-im nl nnm nrrnltM.f.l l.Affllf. the
wiiit. Deputy Attorney Ocncrul Proh-ljcnched this city and nro extremely In.
Her rending the Indictment. Crawford
HAS BEEN INCLUDED
GAS AND ICE MACHINES AND SEP
ARATE ROOM FOR PHOTO
GRAPHIC WORK TO BE
PART OF EQUIPMENT
The plans ror the I,eprnsnrliii(
which will be built on Molokal havu
asked leave to reserve his plea until
Monday morning. Thin wuh granlod
by thn Judge. Craw find then nsKed
that ho lie released on Ills own rccoX'
tiltnttcc. I'niKKcr opposed this, slating
Hint although Crawfoid wns u court
officer, he did not think that any ruv
orltlsm should bo shown. Judge Dc
Holt tool; the sumo view of the inittt"t,
but released Crawford on his own in
teresting. They show that a great
deal of pains Is being taken thnt every
possible) fonchlciici) shall bo placed
at the dlssisal or the doctors, that
they may help tho unfortunates on Mo
loknl. Tho contlact will Include tho erec
tion of tlio station, which Ik really
roniHised ot threo buildings, Iho
building or a mail to the now landing
mid the erection or tho landing Itself.
eognltnnco until 12 o'clock, to give Tl'" tiulldltigH nro tho most Interesting
him time to find bondsmen. ueaiure. mo ground on which thoy
Attorney J, A. Mngoun was In court,
acting In another case. Ho nroso mid
said that, although ho had not been
rfquuBcd by Craw ford to JfcprcK-nt
lilm, he would us, the court to allow
111 in to do so.
Judge Do Holt sluted that he thought
It proper nt this time to mispcnd Craw
ford from his diilles as Chinese Inter
preter In tho court, as he did not think
It tho thing for n man under Indict
ment to continue to act iih a court of
ficial. Ho ordered, therefore, thatCraw
foril hn suspended until otherwisu ord
ered. lly noon today Crawford bud secured
n bondsman who was willing to Maud
good ror a t iiisaud clollam to guaran
tee the dc' i lant's appcarnnco In citirt
W'hen IiIh cue Is called. A Chinese
mimed Y. Anln went on the Isiml.
Judge Rear lias been retained hy C.uw -
ion! iih his attorney.
Regarding tho Indictment, Willi.)
sas he has nothing to Kay other iln.i
Musln and Santa CIuiih at Kerr's
this evening. Uring tho children,
Our Shoe Orders
Most people are giving practical things these days for Christ
mas. No mora useless gimcracks. Especially Is this true among
tho.a in the same family.
You don't have tp prtlent the shoes themselves unless you
want to. We hav. "shoe orders'' which entitle the bearer to shoes
of any price you designate,
A "SHOE ORDER" makes one of the molt sensible gilts we
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Ltd,
1051 Fort Street
Phone Main 282
rro to bo located Ih dlWdod Into threo
compounds ono for the hospital, one
for the ndmlnlHtratloii building mid
ono for tho officer' quartern. Tho
whole group or buildings will bo sur
rounded by n stono wall about two
feel high to keep out rattle. Tho
buildings are located 100 feet abovo
and alniiit 120 recti back from the sea.
Tho hospital compound will bo 4S0
by 098 feet nnd will huvo eight slnglo
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Christmas shopping will bo at It
height on Monday nt fiacli' tlsernl
holiday gifts at prlcen that will attract
J on will uvcrywhero bo In ovMcnco
I-ndlcH and gentlemen's umbrellas nn t
handkerchiefs, hand bags, no veil leu
nnd fancy soup In boxes, nil nt Hcclnl
reductlmiB, llandsnmo souvcnlra will
inn.-, lii.ir. ... , , ...... ..
that It Ih a pleo of spite wor The'"" "" ,rl" """ n" VW '
flrnnil .liirv. ho k..vu U uip l,.-i.,k l.- """ """"' """ "l"ru.
wouldn't testify beforu It to tl.l'ij.s ho
didn't know anything about, or oura..',
Wllllo couldn't be expected to know
molding nbout tho fa mid such -liii.gi.
ARMY OFFICER SHOT
UttcctaUd rrtll (pHttl Cabltl
EL RENO, Okla:,-Dec. 22. Captain
Lacklln of the Twenty-fifth Infantry
was shot and seriously wounded to-
day. His assailant Is unknown, but Is
thought to be a negro.
DROPPED TO OEATH
CARLYLE, III., Dec. 22 A cage In
a mining shaft here dropped today,
On New Year's Day
the 8. 8. Alameda will arrive at San
Francisco with a consignment of pine
apples and bananas.
LEAVE ORDER AT WELL8FAROO.
72 KING 8T.
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