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4 Every merchant whose trade doe
4 not flourlih often flocks by himself
4 In a corner and Just worries. What
4 can he do to better matters? How
4 can he find customers and create a
4 demand 7 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
4 learned the value of publicity.!
4 Suppose he begins a Rational Bus-
4 Iness Life by ADVERTI8INGilriTthe
4 EVENING BULLETIN.
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2:30 O'CLOCK MLLETII NTNK UE MMfULU'S 5UMII MEKHIITS
Vol.. IX ,Mi 3578
HONOLULU. TBRRTTOKT OF HAIWAEL TUKSDAY. JANUARY 1. 1907
Prior 6 Obnts
CANS HOLDS CHAMPIONSHIP HONORS
Fiercest Wind Storm,
In City Since 1867
BLEW FIFTY-FIVE MILES AN HOUR
Tin- wont wind storm which Mono- ,wcnt hack to South nml Southeast,
lulu lias had slnro 18v7,inirorllng to where It continued until noon ycslcr
th" knmnnlniui, vlMlcd the city ycislrr- dny Kronj C to 7 n. m. It blew at a
dny and today. It rnnrhed lltt wortt rate of 41 tnllos an hour and tho high
yesterday attrrnonn nt 5 o'clock, when , wind remained steady yesterday. It
the wind Mew nt the rate, of 55 miles was highest In tho nrtornoon, when It
m hour. An electrical storm lasting Mew from 10 to 48 miles, reaching 65
ptnctlcnlly all iiIrIU an Increaslnft Imlles at 5 p. m.
somewhat In violence this morning, at-1 "Tho continual shifting of the wind
rompnnlcd the wind. On this Island 'Indicates, that tho storm .center Is quite
such storms uie rare, though on Maul 'clone to us. It wnfl to tho went of us
and especially on tho windward side In thn beginning, then It shifted to tho
of Hawaii they nro comparatively fro'
"The wind readied Its highest velcn.
Ity at 5 i. in. jeslcrday, when It
lenclied 55 nillrs mi hour," said Prof,
moclituan, who Is In charge of the
United Stntes Weather liurcnii, this
)inorn.lng. "Hill before that It had been
blowing 48 miles for quite a white
On Sunday and lust night tho Irani-
iHirlhwest and went back again. II
Is nv to tho northwest of us, and, I
should Judge, Is farther away Uian It
was nt thn beginning.
"Tho precipitation yesterday and the
day before was nut ns (treat as In tho
two former storms. During Dec, 30
nnd 31 1.87 Inches fell In town, 2.71
Inches at Manna and 3 Indies' at Kail
hi. At Uwa 1.98 fell on tho 30th."
meter was extremely low. slnro then An Inch a Day
it has gono up, but now It is going
down again. Tho lowest point , It
. readied was 29.51. Tho normal fur
this tlmo of the year la 29.97. Th
Harry 0. It nodes, tho florist, reports
that a fraction over 30 Inches of rain
fel;at'.bls plar InvMaaoajralley dur-
in? iicceinucr. mis manes an average
ennnges in tno barometer are very of nn Inrh a day. which nnht to he
slight .Icre.-nnfT 'ft -small change Inclt- near tho record.. Tho wind did con
eaten quite a largo disturbance. Tllejsldcrabte' damage to. .RnodeaVplinU,
--- "-, --;.. .. Hu, , ,. -mi.iti i-Binrcinny ins curiiuiiuns, wnicn were
nrop on me rtowrnuimiand banks.
"Tho first Indications of ri storm
were at 11 it. m., December 27, when
there was n strong trndo wind blow
ing, nnd tho barometer showed a slrirdy
tendency to go down. At 3:30 a. nl.
mi December 29 the wind rnmo from
the rnst and northeast. Then nt 9:20
a. m It shifted to west and southwest,
It stayed nt southwest until u little
artcr fi p. V. when It veered to south,
tho wind Increasing in force until K
p. m. At 12:40 a. m.. December 30 It
came from tho west nnd. swinging nt
times, to northwest. Then It cnnio
steady from west for two or tlireo
hours, whereupon It went back
blown nver-ahd complciclyvfulnod! Ho
estimates tho damage to amount to
$:oo to 3oo. jt '
At Ewn, where rain is generally u
pretty scarce article,' nqjess than Jen
inches fell during tho past moijth.
Fred C. Smith or tho O. R. ft L. Co.,
reported this morning that so far no
itamngo had been doiio along tho rail
road lino. Tho morning train from
Kuhukit had come In on schedulo time,
nnd had not found any damage on tho
Many Wires Down
Thn falling trees In all parts of tho
town played considerable havoc with
tho electric wires. Ittil nrllhnr tlin Tnt.
to southwest. It then moved In almost cphonc Company nor tho Hawaiian
overy direction until 9 a. m. Dcnm
her 30, when It settled steadily from
southwest, untjl, 7:30, n. ,m wlmn It
YOU ,eve the order
WE do 'the rest. '
lllcctrlc. Co. wcro ublo to tell this fore
noon what the extent of tho damage
was. Tho telephone people reported
that on Lunnlllo street, "near Capt.
Howell's place, a big treo had fallen
across tho wires tearing them all down.
The wires had been raised above the
ground, but nothing could be done oth-
i ,... . . .. . . ... . -
NANAS. Next steamer th. Al.rf, lrw,BO ' rcnalr l" "'J'"?. "" "r
Jan. 16th. lho Bt,)rm ,"u' '' In various oth
er paits of town tho 'phono wires had
WELLS-FARQO OFFICE. also been Injured, and tho efficiency1 of
KINO ST, (Continued en Pan 2)
Happy New Year To .AH
Y.M.C. A. Census Shows
Men From All Parts
Of the World
That Honolulu Is ono of tho most
cosmopolitan places In tho world Is
somothlng that has frequently been
noted. Hut It Is doubtful If anybody
realties Just how very much mixed Is
tho imputation of tho city.
That almost overy corner of tho
globo Is represented was brought out
at the dlnnnr given nt tho Y. M. C. -V
this noon to tho members and their
friends. After thoso present had had
opportunity to blunt tho sharp i-.lgo of
their appetites with tho ample fare, It
was suggested that It would bo Inter
esting If each man present would stata
that part of tho world In which ho was
iKirn and how long ho hud been In Hit
wan. 'mo result was distinctly sur
prising. Not only was almost overy
State In thn Union represented, but
thero wero natives of almost all other
parts of tho world.
Hawaii, of course, had (ho greatest
number of representatives present
Tho first man up was born In Hawaii;
tho next cntno from Now Zealand not
long ago. Washington was tho birth
placo of the next. Tho fourth claimed
Ohio aa his" birthplace. There was
one man present who was horn In Col
orado. Tlireo hailed from Kansas.
Half a doien oriso came from Canada
Michigan bad two or three ropreierU
atlvea; .Australia one.. 8overat'waro
from England; half a dozen' from Cali
fornia and proud of It. Wisconsin was
wen represented, lncro was .qnqr
West Virginian; ono from tho Old Do
minion. Boveral claimed Illinois, as
tho 'place where they began llfo. Now
York .Connecticut and Massachusetts
wore represented by ono each. Thora
was ono Mlsslsslpplan; ono from Ala
bama. Two wore from Texas and
didn't care who know It. Tho Ken
tucklan declined to tell whether or not
ho had his corkscrew with him. Thoro
(Continued on Paaa S.)
. IttiV HOME
Members Fill Clubrooms
Both Last Night
LONE IAS FINEST
ALL IN HONOLULU
PRICE OF n
NOW IS THE TIME
TO THINK ABOUT
TAKING CARE OF
The Henry Waterhoise
Trust Company, ltd.
BATH BOBB8, Men's and Boys'.
NIQHT ROBES, Men's and Boys'.
CBAVANBTTE RAIN COATS.
PAJAMAS, Men's and Boys'.
8WKATBR8, Men'a and Boys',
COIF JACKETS. v
SHIRTS, all stylea and patterns.
NECKWEAR, all sty 1st.
HOSIERY, all stylss. '
WOOLEN UNDERWEAR. ,
CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS.
MEN'8'iOY' and CHILDREN'S
TUXEDO AND PULL DRE8S 8UIT8.
In fact everything you can ask for
In our Una.
The Kash Compan Limited,
HOUSEWARMINO) .WILL BE OIVEN
LATER ON, AND SHOULD BE
EVENT OFi'THE YEAR
Tho local lodgo of Klks opened their;
now clubrooms near tho corner of
Fort and King streets last night, and'
aro now comfortably settled In their
now home. They did not hold any,
special ceremony, over thu ppcnlnk.l
but later on will giro a housewarmlng
which will be ono of tho events of tho
Both last night and today tho club
rooms havo been crowded with tho
members of the lodge, who aro becom
ing familiar with tho now rooms and
Incidentally havfng a good time fn a
way that the" Elks alono know how.
(tsMIMW n Pa 9)
Goes Up $2,50 a Thousand
Tho prlco of lumber Is booked ti
tako another Jump. Tho advanco will
bo made tomorrow, when 'tho prlco will
go up $2.50 per thousand all along the
inc. This means that roujh mer
chantable will cost 137.50, while It has
heretofore been 3.'i, and dressed HO,
while It was formerly $37.50.
"Yes, tho prlco on lumber will go
up $2.50 on 'all lines tomorrow," said
Clifford Kimball of Wilder & Co., when
asked about tho matter, "Tho raise Is
duo to a ralso In tho prices of tho man
ufacturers on tho Coast Kor thM tho
largo and steady demand made by San
Francisco Is to a great oxtent respons
ible. "Ilnscvcr, the Sun Francisco recon
struction Is not tho only factor In the
matter. Thn high freight rates are ono
of the main causes. The rates Imvo
risen from $6.50 to $12.50 a thousand
during the past ycar This Is duo prin
cipally to tho fact that the railroajs
havo not been able .to carry all the
lumber offered, and as a consequence
ships havo had to do much of tho cur
rying. The railroad ave, especially
(Continue en Pan 1)
j(nrThc's;Somthing Doing In
. MERCHANTS ' - '
LAWYERS'. . ' ,.
SUGAR PLANTERS l
STORE MEN ' " V- ' '
, . , , and ., '. .f, 4 j. , a r$ypb'fy .-V
YOUR WIVES h I. : "" '
Write ua NOW for our "FREE MAHKET' LETTER ON
.. W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Msmbsra of the San Francisco A Tonopah fining Exchange, Sulla No. 24
Monaefnock Building. San Francisco, Cat.
The Mbney You
, Received Christmas
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORES OF
(Amtblti Prt fptelal Ctlt)
TONOPAH, Nevada, Jan. 1. Joe
Gana won his fight with Kid Hermann
with a knockout, In the eighth round.
A crowd of 3,500 sports witnessed
the fight, which waa fast and furious
white It lasted. Snow fell throughout
and naturally kept down the attend
ance. Both Gans and Hermann weighed
under 133 pounds. Welch waa referee
J. HOPP & CO,
1053-1051-1065 BISHOP ST. ALEXANDER. YOUNQ BUILBING.
Kid Herman'a record for 1905 was
an enviable one. He participated In
five great fights, and came off victo
rious In all of them "ercept 'one draw.
His record for that period was as fol
lows: Feb. 13, at Hot Springs Beat Billy
Flnnlcunl In 20 rounds.
March 13, at Hot Springs Beat
Dave Sullivan In nine rounds.
April 28, at Baltimore Fought'Har
ry Lewis 15 rounds to a draw,
Aug. 17, at Denver Beat Charley
Neary In 10 rounds.
SspUS, at Grand Rapids Beat Tom,
my Mowatt In 15 rounds. '" "
During the part ytr he has stead
ily moved up untl, he ranked aa a
propir man to go against Joe Oans,
one of the greatest fighters of the day.
Mnnclatrrf 'ml ftfrcldf CdM) ti
ALBANY, N. Y- Jan. 1. Charles F.
Hughes was Inaugurated Governor of j
New York 'today. The function was -''
an Interesting one attended by repre- ' .
sentatl've leaders' of 'the rState. ,'V
WA8HINOTON, D. C, Jan. 1. The
New Year's reception at the White
House today was attended by thou
sands. After greeting officials and the
diplomatic corps the President shook
handa with hundreds who stood in
line for hours to extend the greeting
of the season.
PRESIDENT OETS TO WORK
Washington, Jan. 1. President
lloosnvelt has returned from his holi
Members or tho Bhrincrs' patrol havo
presented Cant. Sum Johnson, who
commanded them, n beautiful Bhrincrs
pin set In dhuioudi.
OAKLAND, Cal.. Jan. 1. George
Young, a wealthy citizen of Alameda,
was killed today and four of thoso
with him Injured In a collision be
tween an automobile and a street-car.
ODESSA, Russia, Jan, 1. An unsuc
cessful attempt was made today to
blow up the new Russian steamer Gre
gory Morch. The fuse for the bomb
was extinguished before It could ex
plode. SPANISH MILITARY SCANDAL
MADRID, Spain, Jan. 1. The treas
urer of the Madrld'Mllltary Club has
disappeared and $56,000. Is missing.
SjT- BULLETIN AD8. PAY -
"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 of
style and service. The fashion
able Haywood blucher, made
of velours cajf with medium ex
tension sole.' Not least of its
attractions Is the price.
The rdiiiry bank deals
merely with the living man,'
hit the, Irist; cpuy.--iikes
charge ef his estate after he. is
geie ail sees that his wishes
ire carried tit.
It assumes all care and
responsibility and by,,
nethedical systea renders
Port Rt. Honolulu '
Only $4,SO a Pair
Manufaoturers- Shoe Company, Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phoric Mafn 282
)R, PORT AND HOTEL. STREETS.
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