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Pram ten Franslaeol
Bohoma . . Jan. 2
Nippon Maru . ,,, Jan. 4
Par San Franelco:
Hongkong Maru Jan. 8
Ventura . . Jan 1
Aurangi Jan. 12
Par Vaneauvari 1
Moana Jan. 9
1 Vol. XV III Vo 3577
Yo Give Legislature
SAYS HE WAS APPROACHED BY OFFICIAL
Thnt tlm Niinonii ilum matter wilt Itfactlon. I might have cone to Call-
be lironslit to llio nttcntlon of the com
Irg legislature by incuns of an ex
huueltve report In the promise of Nun
mm Dam l'ntlei-wiu, who ban ulrruily
brouglit the ilam troubles before the
public on vnrlous occuslons. Patterson
when he wus sicn IIiIh morning, bad
t.or.iii rather scnsatlonul statements to
make about the affair.
"I Intend to mal.o a full report of the
whole construction of the dam to the
Itglslnturu," be raid. "I hae absolute
ly full data, and tun account for every
lent that has been spent thire, us welt
hi for the work thnt hns btcn ilolie.
Yesterdj) mottling tbo new lluiuu,
which the) put up liiKteiul of the onu
which win lurried awn) In Hie pn
reding storm, wns dtmollshed by tin)
wutei. I'rurtluilh the entire too Mi
front of tlio (lain hat bieu tarried uwib,
mi that now nil tlity have of the dum!
Ik the tore wall and the suppl) pipe.
Till" Is w oi tit ubout $20,000, iiud by the
end of the' month they will h.ivy spent
"I uni koIiik lo baud III in) rejioit to
tlm Ixl4ln4iirjj.ii() stund b It, even
if It riilusTueT"'! nm. going to hIiow up
Carter and all the rest of them who aro
In tlm Hume bond The reiurt will con
tain .viol of things which the public
does not know nud which It would not
believe If It did know. I realize thai
the public did turn me down, but Kel
liSK did not, uud I have In in) iwiket
u letter from blin, which shows that
he illicit not.
"I urn not going to California Just
now ilthu," loutlniied I'ullerson. "A
representative of tbo Attorney Oen
eral'a Department uinie to me soni"
time iiho and suggested to mo Hint It
would bo u pretty good thing for me to
M there, lie askid me not to work
.ignluut llollowuv, and said that while
I might get tlm otlku of Assistant Hup
eilntcmleiil of Public Works abolished
that would do mo but llttlo good, while
In California things uero booming l
expect that If I bad given Iilm any at-
VOU 'cave the order
WE do tho re,t-
Selected PINEAPPLES andffA
NANAS. Next steamer the Ventura,
ftp MADE IN NEW YORK && Hf
( wmMiMto tufMni
MADE IN NEW YORK
3:30 O'CLOCK ' MIUEIII
'fomla In pretty t,ood Hhnpc, but I have
been offered bo many bribes, and I
would not go to California.''
The sale of the WalhuaelLands, which
wore disposed of today blUiiid Com-
mbliluner IJrJU at piiblUkliSctlou, will
lie toineaiei, inJVTi
mi'Mt Is m lib' Aiy I
!Bi (lihr, who on
brh ilf of thllil-i.lglitV-'Hlilthia of Wnl-
au.io iiiude i(foiiniil eibj protest at
the auction UKnliist the sale or tin
lanib,. He took the ground that the
government bus no right to OIkjiojc ol
iiiu large panels in iiiiiu.
I. M. Downed was the onl) bidder
mid iKiuht the entire lot for i,:i,700
The iiiwet prhe was $C9,CS4.7i
When Cuuinilshtoner I'rutt read thf
uotlm of the pioposed auction of the
Walnnac binds, umiidiug to law. Judge
(leal slopped him momentarily by pro
testing against the vale, which then
piinecded Judge ('lour Kas that
written protest was sent to the hand
Commissioner by the Wnlanau people,
but l'ratl sii)M he never received It.
"It lookH to me," tuld (leorge (icar
lod.1), "as if there weiu Home reusun
buck of all this wild rimh to dltcxise 01
(Continued on Pag 2)
The new (punters of tho Honolulu
nibs will bo completed tonight and any
of the members who happen to be down
town will be w oil oinc. The formal
I opening will be held tomorrow.
A (ertlflrute of deposit No. 47,199 on
illlsbop & Co. Is lost. Kinder kindly
1 (turn same to the bank.
You will want 11 rest now to prepaie
out-self for the work of the v ear Try
Happy New Year To All
to Advertise and
HONOLULU. rKRRITOBY'Qg HAWAII. MONDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1900
MMfitrf trtii Bn'ttat rtilt)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, Dec. 31. '
Judge Graham refuses to tike the
8chmitx cast from Judge Dunne.
THROW OUT LIABILITY LAW
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 31. Judge
Evani of the Federal Court has de
clared the employers' liability act un
constitutional. Tho case of Wcldeman, a sailor on
onu of tlio American-Hawaiian boats,
who la ailing thnt company for dam
uges, comes under thla law, U, S. Dis
trict Attorney llrcckons has been light
liif this case on tbo theory that tbo
law In question does not apply to thu
WHOLESALE ARRE8T8 IN RUSSIA
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Dec. 31.
One hundred members of the military
organization of the Social Democrats
have been arrested.
M SEASIDE HOTEL
A New' Year's Dance will be given at
the Honolulu Staslde Hotel tomorrow
uveulng. A spclal dinner with music
will be suiuJ 011 thu optu lnnal from
six thlity until tight, following whlui
will be the dame. The usual patrons
of the Seaside together with towufolk
In gcniriil me all rordlall) Invited.
Roger Janus, nKus Leonard Wllmoie,
a prisoner at Oahu Jail, Is giving High
Hheiltl Henry mid Win den Ilurkc uiu
slderuli'e apprehension Ho has Intl
mated hi I itc 1 .wii In esiaH! at the
(list opjiortuuli) mid bus inado thrtutii
ugulnst the llfu of I'rlwjn Guard Hilly
Woods. A vei) careful guard Is kept
over James whin ho Is not ut work,, us
that would be the most opportune time
for him to engage in hlu operations with
11 vlow to making his escape. Some
vears 11 jo he held 11 reign of terror
throughout thu country uud was round
ed up by Chester Do) le. Jumes claims
to be under u senteniu of life Imprison
ment an a deserting American soldier
BULLETIN AD8. PAV
BATH ROBES, Men's and Boys'.
NIGHT ROBE8, Men's and Boys'.
CRAVANETTE RAIN COAT8.
PAJAMAS, Men's and Boys'.
SWEATERS, Men's and Boys'.
8HIRT8, all styles and patterns.
NECKWEAR, all styles.
HOSIERY, all styles.
CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS.
MEN'S BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
TUXEDO AND FULL DRE88 SUITS.
In fact everything you can ask for
In our line.
resolution to stay with it will win and hold business
MINIS ME IWIOim SUCCESSFUL MERCNANIS
i1 "'r r .
Articles of Incorporation were Died
lodaj for font laud companies, the j
main object of which Is the grovlng of
augur cnue and Ilia ninniifnctuie of
siiitnr. the Incoriwrstors, directors uud,
otllcers of the four (oinpaiiles uit'i
Identical In each Jnse Those whu
hnve associated themselves together In
the enterprises are E I). Tennej, Clius.
II. Athcrtou. V, W.'fioodale, J. U. Gait,
W. It. Castle and Thomas 11. l'elrle.
The officers for the first )ear aro V. P.'
Tenney, president; 'w W Goodale,
vlec-presldent; Thomas II l'elrle, see
rrtarv and Chas. II. Atherton, treus
uier. The four companies me the Anuhula
Ijnd Coinpun), Ltd , lltleiuano Ijiki
Company, Ltd, Kuwalloa Laud Com
pany, Ltd.; Kaala Umd Cominui), I.ld
The capital stock of the three first
named Is 925,000 each, OKI led Into SIU
shares of $100 each. That of the Ka
ala I,umi Companj' is $30,000, shares
of the same value as In the other iuscs.
The articles of Imoiporntlon provide
for 11 future inm-itse of the cuplta,
storl. to an umniihi not to exieid J2J0,-
How True It lis
- , He. Who Hesitates Is Lost
IN OUR LATEST FREE MARKET LETTEH WZ -""so A BLOCK
OF 25,000 MANHATTAN CHIPMUNK STOCK AT 25 CENTS PLC SHARC.
THEN CAME THE WIRE t
" Big Strike On Chipmunk "
WRITE US NOW FOR OUR NEXT FREE MARKET LETTER.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members of the 8an Francisco A. Toncpah Mining Exchange, Suite No. 243
Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Cal,
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLI8HLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE 8TORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-10GS-1065 BISHOP 8T.
UttoKMtd fff ' 9mU)
CANTON, China, Dec. 31. It Is re
ported that the Chinese Intafd to re
new the boycott on Ahverlcan goods.
SAN FRANCISCO,, Cal., Dec. 29.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Betts. 8s 10 1-2d.
Parity, 3JJS cents. Previous quota
tion, 8.87 cents.
Honolulu Is made thu principal place
of business fur ut h of the companies,
tho land which it Is Intended to culti
vate being in the Waluluu district, it
Ih stilled that the several eoncirns lu
ll nd to commence operations as soon
as Incorporation Is perfected. The
capital stock Is all subscribed by the
Incorporators. In all but the Kaala
company It Is dlvldf d as follows; Ualt,
60 shares; Goodale, Atherton, Castle,
l'elrle and 1 eimey one each, and Ten
ney ns trustee, 18S In the Kaala 1-0111-pauv,
Qalt has seven shares, Tennej
one, Goodale 20, Atherton 155, Petrte 1,
Castle 37 nml Tenney, trustee, 79.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
Swears He Committed
United States Laws
K. SATO, EMPLOYMENT AGENT, IN TROUBLE
An Intel esllng rase will prubnbl)
come befoio the United States toiirl
In the near fiituic, though It hns not at
)ct belli called to the attention of ('
S. DUtilct Allornej llrcckons. It Is 11
iharM! of irtmpiui; whiih Is liable to
be hroiiKht UKulnst K. Sato, the Japan I
1 be labor ii;ent, -111(1 It is stated that
arsoclattd nllh him In the matter was
Captain Mnuslleld IchiIc the Morning
Still to Sun rrumlsco.
Captuln Mnnsfield made the follow
llic stlitemelil to thu llulletlu this ut-1
"I luippened to be 111 Castle &- Cooke's
oinee one day uud heard that dipt
StliiMin vns golni; to be charge d "
apiece foi his lueu b a crimp uud so.
with several other sen laptnlus, I ad
vised blm to go to Sato. Outside of
this I hnd nothing whatever to do with
the matter and thu stoiy ns far us I
nm conierned Is lucoiriet.
The Untttd Htntes Inws, p.Ko Hi
ut the IS)!)' uuieudmeiils to tho nets ol
lyOl (3.1 Stat. 308) forbid the tuMui'
ot money from 1111:' r.nllor by nuy man
i,UIiik titni ti poxUlon, and, plain tluj
Hnalty at six months In Jail or u so
Thr present rase Ihj that of tho ship
Uabtcek, which luw lieu In trouble foi
11 Iouk time now andla liicieasliiR her
vocs. Captuln Stliwjn went to one ol
tho local muii who does business In the
Hue of shipping trews and vvus holut;
to clve Iilm the vork, when, It is sulci,
Captain Mnuslleld appeared on the
icni' nml offend to get him utruw ot
Jipanese sailors for 15 per month less
H..111 the price vvhltli hnd been ugried
on for native nun. Miiustleld vvus alv
111 the Jub n tl then arranged for K
Sntn to In! 1 the conti.icl.
In the I .tsl over the death of S
loiuti It hi, w tilth was held 011 Satin
diy, K.tto iiiiuIh 11 mlslalio for liu swoie
II ut he had tnl.cn 3 uplete for tacli
uirmber of thu liubroek's trcn for
whom lie hud gut tiuplo) incut. It
would have been more discreet lo have
left thla part of the nuttei out of the
Now w hi 11 Sato Is brought beforo the
If P Court bj District Attorney llreck
tiiix, he ran be eonfroutid b) his own
st 'urn stiiltmint that he has violated
the United States laws Just what p.ut
Cuptulti Mnuslleld look 11ml whether he
Is amenable to the law Is untertalu.
When told of the case of K Silo b
a llulletlu reporter this afternoon U. S.
Dlstrltt Attomev It V llritkons said
"Yes, I know the mill. Wo had him
Only $4,50 a Pair
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
Every merchant whose trade does 4
not flourish often flocks by himself 4
In a corner and Just worries. What 4
can he do to better matters? How ,
can he find customers and create a 4
demand? In what manner can he 4
reverse the startling verdict of his 4.
profit and loss account? And every 4,
one of these merchants has not ,5.
learned the value of publicity. 4.
Suppose he begins a Rational Uus- 4
iness Life by ADVERTISING In the 4
EVENINO BULLETIN 4.
-t- ! : 4 !
FniOB 5 (Junta
zar . -
In Jail for n jour once on n iharsc ot
perjurv You sn that he testified nt
the Inquest that he hnd taken tl uplecx
from null Japanese whom lie sot work
for tin thu Malicoil. Well In that t-use
we will rert.ilulv prosecute him '
Mr llrerltons then went into the of
fice of V H Murshul Nendo uud give
Institutions lh.it H.ito be brought to Ills
otllte at once
SKATE IT I
N 1 Ni
The link has fceurcd an extri lot o'
skates for tonight so thu big tniw-d
will lie pro Idee! for No one iienl be
"sknte-IrsH. The usual admission
HZc Including free use of skates, will
prevail Thu b.md will furnish music
1 id 1! . irowd the nolle After mi
('is. 'dm; .ill inny skale The ' Hagi
uud Tnttcnt" itistumus will be "hivr
and the prizes worth while Do not
nilsu tie fun nt 'i p 111.
ORAIN FOR THE STSTTVIKC
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 31 The
Red Cross Society has arranged toro
kiib grain to ine aiarving people in ;
China. Harrlman Willi furnish trans
LIEV, Russia, Dec. 31. Forty So
cial Democratic leaders have been ar
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 31.
Fifty-three were killc-4 In the wreck
of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Is a corporation authorized by law to
act as a trusted agent In the care of
property, either before or after tho
death of the owner.
The Advantage of a Corporation
over an Individual In the capacity of
a trustee are now universally recog
flm Company, Ltd.
Fort St. Honolul'! .
"HEYWOOD SHOES WEAR.",
Something in Footwear
For Winter Needs
Never a time when sound foot,
wear was more necessary. The
weather has Imposed the need
for good shoes.
Here's a happy combination ot
style and service. The fashion
able Heywood blucher, made
of velours calf with medium ex
tension sole. Not least of Its
attractions Is the price.
The Kash Company, Limited,
1Q5J Fort Street
Phone Mafn 282
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR FORT AND HOTEL STREET8.
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