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There is no Better Modern Method of securing business than by advertising for it
Even cities and towns are adver-
tlslng themselves to win the.atten-
tlon, the business and the presence
of Investors. They realize the po-
tency of publicity on municipal
Frcm San Francisco!
Sonoma Jan. 2
Nippon Alnru Jan. 4
For Ban Franel'eo: ";"
Hongkong Mnru Jun. 8
Ventura Ian. 1
Aorangi Jan. J 2
Moana Jan. !)
evening ; Bulletin
growth; and yet there are mer ,
chants who fancy the people of Ho- ,
nolulu will rush to their counters ,
when scarce a soul knows what ,
those counters contalnll Go to .
with such bllndman's buffi Use the ,
columns of the Evening Dullctln and ,
live a national Commercial Life.
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HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2 J907
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ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 2. Governor
Hughes In his message to the Legisla
ture recommends a recount of the vote
cact for Mayor of New York City In
the municipal election of 1905. This
was the election In which McClellan
defeated Hearst by a narrow and
doubtful majority. The premise of
Hearst during his campaign for the
Governorship to compel a recount was
one of the alleged factors that led to
his small vote In New York City.
Hughes' message also outlines a
long list of reform legislation.
(Atioctnltd l'ren Snrelal Vttlel
LODZ, Russia, Jan. 2. Fourteen
persons were killed and wounded In
rAbiotinltil I'mti fiprrf'il Coblt)
TOPEKA, Kan., Jan. 2. Three pas
sengers were killed and forty Injured
near here today In a railway collision
on the Chicago, Rock Island and Pa
It'n nil right tu trado jour mp:iey
for experience, If you cuti permiudo ex
pcrli'tirn to trado unci;.
Whenever the millionaire hand out
mlrlro on "nucrcs' lio never tells h
private underhand scheme.
YOU leav th order
WE do the "it.
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANAS. Next steamer the Alameda,
.Correct Cloticx fbrJIrii
Taylor's Position May
Be Used To Do
DEMOCRATS FEEL HE
IS NOT HIOIIT MAN
IN NEXT ELECTION ALL CREDIT
WOULD BE CLAIMED FOR HIM j
AND NONE GIVEN DEMO
That A. I. Taylor in not altogether
certain ol the position of chief of do I ce
ll ven wan the, Matcmcm liuulu this
morning to u llulletlii ieHirter by
lleiherl Mosmnnn. In iclutlon to th
new plutiH for the Sheriff' 11IIU0 lit
'The imihHIoii of AtwlMlunt Sheillf
will Imi ah.iniloiieil ultogelhei a llu.ro
Ik no neicuslty for It ninlur the new
pluim. At the caucus Monday night
inyiur'n name was suggested for Ilia
position in chief of detective mill there
wiik no opposition offered. The niig-K'-l
Ion niliic fi inn . A. Klnuc). Sllico
thai, howevri. there li;u lieen a good
ileal ot illmiutlHfMcllou exprerfxed anil I
have looked Into the mutter more close
ly anil will consider It my duty to bring
it before the cuuciib which will he held
"The way which I, ami 11 great many
others look lit the mailer Is like till?"
Supposing Taylor le put Into iillice and
with the iiHxiatance nhen by It It is Inn
l;ea clennx up thu city and innKes a
icood leconl. Then In two years will
rn'iin another election. If thu Ailver-tli-er
In aide lo name Its own camllilntu
Tor Hheilff It will claim Hint Taylor, a
Itepiildleun. alone ami nnasslsteil, dll
the work end will try (11 steal all th
ci edit fiom the. Democratic ndnilnlnlnj
llon on these, ground?.
"I wiib oPured the position In the
first jdacn but did not feel that I would
he lielteilng iiiynelf liy tnUIng It. Tiler
It was offered to Taylor, who nt llrsl
rcfiiwd, htil now has accepted.
"Theie will ho hut one enntulu In
Lthe ixilkn force after this, Cupluln
I'arlcer. 1'nder him will bu lluutcn
uiitsnuil perj;enuts who will hold those
posltlnus at salaries similar lo Ihope
now kIvhu for captain and lieutenantb.
(Continued on page 2)
Help In Lif
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time is past when education was
an all-sufficient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity
Nowadays a man la measured by his
clothes as much as by his knowledge.
Society and business life demands of
its members the observance of a cer
tain code In clothes.
Good taste counts for more than
money In this matter, and good taste
is always assured In Correct Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN A CO.
THE K AS il CO. .LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
But Kealoha Is The
Man Who Will
I loss Kinney of the Dunioernlle par
ly Is said tu li.ivo r.lien out the word
"AiiNone hut S.1111 Johnson for Itoml
This Is u iiiandale Klen of Hie tru"
liois style wlilcli .hows the kind of
pollllrii with which the lommunlty will
liavo to (leal for u while. What there.
Is a!inliisl JohiiHiu has yet tu he toul
except that he has heen u good poll-
tlcl.di as well us a first chiBs Itoad
There Is no tellltn; Just nt the pros
out time who will lie the Itoad Super
visor. It Is evident Hint the l)enio
muIIc lloss cannot nlisulutuly iiintrnl
the onrd of Supervisors. Therefore
'Anyone but .IiiIiumiii" Is thu cry. hop
lug thereby to win something In thu
The scheme to iiiuku the lload Super
visor and County Ktiglucer one oltlcer
has been Eiiggesteil "because It suvc3
nionej " Hut anyone who stops to
think will see that It tiaves no nuinc).
This fiiUKolldateil ollker, If he Is nil
uiifjllieer, will liuvu to use utl Ills tlmo
with. chKihccrlug Aorl;, and ho must
thorfforu employ a deputy lo Ink1,'
charge of thu load work. The Itoad
SupeivUor will be (outlnueil under an
In the. size-up of thu Hoard of Super
visors MrrKculoha again seems to holn
the balnlicu of isjwei. The regulai lie
publicans ale expected to stand by
JcdiiiMm and elllelenc). Aichei Is 0:1
the doubirul list.
As far ns the matter ol politics goes,
Sam Johnson ns Itoad Supervisor umlei
the Incoming lloanl would probably do
Ipsi politics than he eve did In hlu
life. The Hoard will be so evenly di
vided Hint It will be conducive tu strict
attention lo macadam and rock crush
ers. thu mandate, of Hoss Kinney Is
looked upon us merely a 'move til git
the management of thu city streets Into
the lirc'i'r of comeoue, any one, who
ban no rec -d I r elllclent work but
may liu amenable to ixilltlcal reason
from the Klnne standpoint.
PRESIDENT GIVES MEOAL
Some time ago, President Itoosuvelt
presented a piuduli of honor to Major
I'aul K. Struub ,ufj thu Army medical
dcpaitniuut. Quite, a number of Army
olllcers weru piusent to offer their con
gratulations to thu recipient of the
honor. In making thu presentation
President Itoosuvelt said: "Major, I
give you the reward which more than
any other In American llfu should hu
coveted by eery man In thu country
It Is the nearest thing to a patent of
nobility that this nation has In Us
power to bestow. Kvery man who has
worthily won It 1ms rendered dlstl'i
gulshcd services, ami Is untitled to
thu reward of all our peoplu. I con
gratiilalu you on having worthily won
this medal of honor,"
Evening Bulletin 756 pc month.
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The ordinary bank deals
merely with the living man,
bat the trust company takes
charge of his estate after he is
gone and sees that his wishes
are carried ont.
It assumes all care and
responsibility and by
methodical system renders
NOW Al idE
Japanese Cuts Throat Of
His Old Friend
Armed with a razor and fresh fiom
thu murder of his .old comrndo Morn
muni, a Japanese, Is now In hhllng
presumably 111 thu cauc-flehU of thu
Honolulu plantation, thu fou of thu
I'ollce, who are now eugerly searching
Thu murder took place at Alca last
night at 7 o'clock. Thu murderer and
thu man hu killed, whose name war
Murata, camo to this country together
about u month ago, They weru bom
In the same province In Japan, and
served In the same regiment In the
Last night Murata nud Mornmurn
weru In the room which they occupi.'d
together In one of the camps ol thu
Honolulu plantation, where, they had
toiiiul employment. Several other
Japanusu weru with them nt tltu tlmo
Kuw details have yet reached thu po
lieu station regarding thu murder it
self, but It npH-hrs that there was u
quarrel between thu two men which
ended In Mornmura's cutting thu
throat of his former friend with u ruZ'
(Continued on Page S.)
Milk Gomes From Cocoanuts
GOLD FROM NEVADA
YOU 1IAVK COCOANUTS.
DO YOU WANT GOLD7
Write us for our FREE MARKET LETTER containing the FACTS.
Wonder Silver Star
It a most promising proposition situated In the heart of the famous WON
DER district. The property consists of "two full claims" which endllne,
Assays from the ledge of WONDER SILVER 8TAR give $80 to the ton and
upwards. These shares are a rare purchase at 25 cents. If In doubt WRITE
for more particulars. Our FREE MARKET LETTER will post you. Ask
We C. COX
Members of the San Francisco & Toncpah Mining Exchange, 8ulte No. 243
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE.
THAT CASH AND INVE8T IT IN A '
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1009-1065 BI8HOP ST.
DDK II IT
M IS 1ST
Opinion Will Prevent
Sale Of Property
I The estate of Hubert W. Holt, Jiidgo
Itobluson has decided, Is n trust, nnd
, William A. Aldrlch, appointed as ex
icutor of thu will. Is the trustee of thu
This division In equity, rendered by
.ludgo Hold nxon In chambers, Is thu
lcsiilt of the bill to construe thu will
of Hobert W. Holt, brought by Carlos
A. Long, administrator du bonis mm
with thu will nnnexed, the defendants
being John 1). IloK ct nl.
Tho will was admitted to prnbatu In
thu Supreme. Court of thu Huwnllan
Islands by the order of Justtcu (1. M
Robertson July '.'C, 1SC2. According
tu Its terms thu testator left to his
wife, Wat I Holt, an annuity or J $00. To
each of thu three sons, John 1)., Owen
J and James Itohlnsoii Holt, wns left
one-quarter of all thu estate, tho In
come of thu snme to bo paid to them
during their lives and to their heirs
and assigns after their death. To thu
one daughter, Kllzabctli M, Aldrlrh,
wus left one-quarter of thu cstato In
Ice. Her husband wus uppolutpd ux
(Continued on Pag 2)
1 1 .imii 1 m jirBW
& CO., Inc.,
San Francisco, Cal,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
The Aloha, Spray And La
Paloma All Driven
BUT LLOYD'S BOAT IS
STRANDED ON MOKUMOA
OALE PLAY8 HAVOC WITH PLEAS
URE FLEETS AT PEARL LOCH8
AND ALSO AT KALIHI
Thu recent Htorm nlnycil consider
able Iiuvdc with tint yaclitH which vsurt'
anchored nt I'eurl I.ocIih nud In Kti
llhl Harbor. Heveral or theso weru not
r.iichuri'd fuitt enoimli to withstand thu
tremendous fury of thu Kale, and after
drlflliiR for u dlHtancu Uiey elided
their caieerH on thu beach. It Ih net
believed that any of them havu been
rianuged to any consldcrablu extent
As was reported jenterday the l.a
Paloma went ashore, ut l'carl llarh'ir
This occurred last Sunday uveuliu.
Thu yacht was anchored at her imu it
berth oft tho Macfurlauu residence
when thu btorni struck her. Tho veil
hel wus carried alouK for about one
third or one-fourth of a mile,' though
whether sIio dniKod her anchors or
went adrift can not bo ascertained.
Shu finally went ashore on IJanntiiK
J'olnt, which Ih to the northward of
her mooriiiK place. Shu stuck In the
t.oft mud and hu consequently In nil
probability escaped daniape. Clarence
Macfurlano took n heavy anchor from
town yesterday for thu purpose, of
wurpliiK her out.
11. U. I'lckcr'H yacht, the Spray, also
went aslioro at I'earl Harbor durluK
thu Kale. Shu was anchored off thu
Hawaii Vac I' Club house and went
nshoro at t! " point opposite, It. This
beach Ih nil tr more, rocky than that
on which l.u I'aloma went ashore ti'id
tho possibility of her having been
lamnued Is therefore, greater. I'lcker
did not know anything about thu mat
ter before this morning, and had been
nimble to learn any details beyond
those given above. Ho left for I'earl
Harbor on tho 11 o'clock train thU
forenoon, his piirjMiso.beliii,' to get full
Information, and to lloat IiIh cruft, If
In Knllbt Harbor thu ealu knocked
about thu small craft anchored theiu
ns badly as at I'earl Harbor. Tho
yacht Aloha dragged her moorings last
Saturday night and piled up on Moku
inoa Island, off S. M. Damon's Moana
lua resilience. Lucidly, she landed oil
o imidbank and received no Injuries
whatever. She was tloiited lust Sun
A Hinall Bull boat belonging to James
Lloyd was also forced- ubIioiu on thu
same. Island last SnturduV. This bo.it
was floated the following day without
much trouble. She had not been dam
aged. A manufacturers' Htock of ladlea"
muslin underwear on sale at I II, Kerr
& Co.'s at pi Ices that can not be dup
licated, 01r Inspection Ih Invited.
BEACHED BY STORM
Only $4.50 a Pair
Manufacturers' Shoe Company
(AtsocUttrd Prrtt Special CahXe)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Jan. 2.
James McCrea was today elected pres
ident of the Pennsylvania Railway sys
tem to succeed the late A. J. Cassatt.
James McCrea has been first vice"
president of the Pennsylvania lines
west of Pittsburg since April, 1891.
He was born In Philadelphia May 1,
1848; entered railway service June.
18C5, as rodman and assistant engl
neer of the Connellsvllle &. Southern
Pennsylvania. He was assistant engi
neer and director, superintendent, man
ager and General manager and fourth
vice president of lines west of Pitts
burg from 1E82 to 1890.
tAnnoclaieii 1'rtit Hprclal C.lbW) "i
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. '2. Re- A-,
ports of a revolutionary outbreak
against -the government of Honduras 1
were received here today.
PARIS, France, Jan. 2 A Council
of the French Bishops has been called
to consider the serious Issues before
the Church in France.
FIRE KILLS 50 HORSES
MoclotI Vreit SpfiKol Cablil
NEW YORK. N. Y., Jan. 2. A
doien persons were Injured and fifty
horses burned In a fierce fire today.
The damage amounts to $200,000.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO THINK ABOUT
TAKING CARE OF
Tht Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
"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.
, Ltd. 8
Fort St. Qonolul'.
J 05 J Fort Street
Phone Mafn 282
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