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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 03, 1907, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Image 1',
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Even cities and lewnt are adver.
tiling thtmielvet Is win the alien
tlon, the builneet and the pretence
of Inveitori. They reallte the po
teney of publicity on municipal
growth) and yet there are mer-
chants who faney the people of Ho
riolulu will ruth to their counter!
I when scarce a tout knowi vrlut
thote counter! contain! I Oo to
with such bllndman's buffi Uio the
i column of Ui Evpnlng Bulletin and
live .1 national Commercial Life.
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3:30 O'CLOCK BULLETIN HMB INCLUDE HAWAII'S INE1H H
HONOLULU. rMKRITOBY OP HAWAII. THURSDAY. JANUARY 3. 1907
1'UIUH 6 Uuxxh
Money For Music Was
By Grand Jury Men
BOUGHT PIANO FOR INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
I.atu this nftorncion or early tomor
tnw morning thu InmatuB ami teuclierH
(if the Girls' Industrial School far thu
Territory of Hawaii will receive from
thu llurgstrom Music Company a fresh
ly renovated ami tuned piano, a gift
to the school fiom thu members of the
flrunil Jury which Is soon to complotu
And thereby hangs 11 talo which
Is not Included in the forthcoming 11
IHiit of thu dram Jurors.
Foreman llulrhlns appointed 11 com
mittee of thu drnml Jury lo visit tin
dills' Itnltistilal School. TI10 commit..
Ice on Its tour of Inspection arrived uj
the Kills were going through the usual
The committee Immediately noted
that theiu was no Instrument of any
cnaracler for accompaniment or by
which n notn might be struck to get
tnu key. Thu visitors thoiiKlit that
this was rather tough for a lot of girls
In 11 part of the world where music is
something that nearly ever) 0110 un
derstands uud nil enjoy.
Forthwith1, an Idea occurred lo
llutchliiH and It wus pronounced a
good one. lie wont to Hergstrom to
see wliHilibiid'h-tho way of planus
that did not cost much tint would nev
ertheless be useful tor the Girls'
School. Mr. UetKstrom found In IiIm
stock of rented pianos one that would
111! the bill.' Then It was up to the
Grand Jurors to, foot thu bill, homo
members of the Attorney General's
Department signified their desire t.i
be IlKMIeil In.
Wlhuiit making too high an assess
ment thu Jurors found they could
make the price or almost make It.
Hergstrom was asked to stand thu
hortugo and he did.
".Mind you," said one of the donors
this morning, "that pluno Is for thu
benefit of thu teachers and Inmates of
Ihat school, It-Is not to bo tho piop
erty of the Department of Public In
'slrucllou. Thu Department Is only
So thu clrls of the Industrial School
will have reason to slug a paean of
praise tomorrow, that n Grand Jury
bus been In session and tho commit
tee of Investigation appreciated how
jumij; women and Klrls of Hawaii lovu
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
YOU 'MV8 '" order
WE . do the rest.
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANAS. Next steamer the Alameda,
Correct CMfttH rurMeii
r" -f TeV
' 'TAWvI'. Ifi
Jurors Give Exhibition
IEFF0RTS 10 FIT
In NLNU Fill
Clarencu Macfarlane'H yacht I-a I'a
loma la still IiIkIi und dry 011 thu mud'
hunk In thu l'earl UjcIis, on which she
was driven by thu storm. Great ef
forts have been made to pull her off
but so far theso liuvo been unsuccess
ful. "She Is stuck on a niudhunk," said
Clarencu Macfarlanu today, "and In
spltu of nil my efforts, I tiavu not been
nblu to Ket her alloat. 1 brought down
wrecking tacklu and succeeded In put
tliiK on a great strain, but all I could
budgu her was six Inches. In tact, I
was afraid of puttliiK on nny more
strain than I did, as I should probab
ly have pulled out her mast had 1
done so. Next Saturday Alec l.yle
und some other members of the yacht
club will come down with iiire tackle,
mid wu will try to pull her off by
raising her. r
"Tho Spray has not been floated ns
yet, but I don't think II wilt he much
of n trick to do It.
"Thu wind was something ten I fie
iContlnued on Page 2)
TAYLOR HAS BEGUN
CAMPAIGN ON CRIME
A. I'. Taylor tried to mako his flrtt
nriett jesteiday, prcuumably to Ket In
to training for the time when he will
be chief of detectives. IIu was not
veiy successful, hut Tuylor Is 11 pel se
vering chap, and with somu more prac
tice, he may succeed.
A big Swede and u Hawaiian were
having tin altercation 011 King street
on the other side of Nuuunii esterday
afternoon, when A. I'. Tuylor arrived
011 thu bceue, Tuylor, bo the story
gocB, Jumped resolutely Into the moluo.
He tried to find out what the truublo
was, und, having evidently found it
clue somewhere on the white man, he
told that luckless Individual tu "come
The big Swede evidently did not
know that Taylor was going to bo
Chief Detective next week. Ho swat
I nil Taylor. Thcio wus only one round
und Tailor wus out. While he was
liors do combat the Swede disappeared,
Help In Life
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time la pait when education wae
an all-iufflcient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity
Nowadays a man Is measured by nil
clothei ai much as by his knowledge.
Society and butlneea life demands of
Its member! the observance of a cer
tain code In clothes.
Good taste counts for more than
money In thli matter, and good Utto
li alwayi assured in Correct Clothei
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
THE K ASH CO, .LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
County Committee Lets
Him Make His Own
VERY 'FEW, CHANGES IN
FORCE OF PATROLMEN
REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS,
SAY8 IAUKEA, WILL HAVE
EQUAL CHANCE AT GET
TING THE JOBS
The Democrats hae finally decided
to leave thu matter or nil new a
polntmeuts In thu Police Department
to Curtis Inukeu. This was thu deel
blou arrlunl at at the meeting of the
Democratic County Committee last
night', nud now thu Shcrllf-elcct will
have absolutely free hand in thu mat
"At thu meeting last night laukea
submitted tu us 11 list of applicants
who had asked him for Jobs 011 thu
Police Department," said V. A. Kin
ney today. "Hu did so merely to get
; Information about the men. which
was given him. No appointments
weru made, It being decided to leavu
that, entirely in laukea'ir' hands. He
will not have to report to tho County
Committee on them.
The committee was unanimously
In favor of thu appointment of A. I'.
Taylor. At least there was no opiiosl
Hon expressed tu it, ulthoiigh no vote
wus taken on that or any other ap
"laukea submitted about 2." or 30
names to thu committee last night.
There weru applicants for both tho
higher positions and thu ordinary
oiies," said Supervisor-elect Frank
Harvoy this morning. "We did not
pass on nny of tho names, but decided
to leavu thu wholu thing to laukea."
Herbert Mossmuii corroborated thu
statements of Kinney und Harvey,
"And (' '' Is that Iheru will bu no
changes in tin i":ik and file of thu
dopai Uncut for somu time to come. All
tho changes will bo made In thu high
er olllces. , Of ,courue, someone will
take Hurry Murray's place as chief
(.lurk, but no 0110 lias been found as
yet who is suitable to hold the posi
tion." Thu only other appointment which
has been decided ob ' so far appeam
to be tlmt of I.. 11. Reeves as water
front police olllier. lteevea wus u con
ductor on thu Hupld Transit curs, but
resigned his position today, presuma
bly preparatory to entering on his
new duties. Iteeves' career has been
quite a plctuieso.ue one. He bus uild
he was formerly a strike-breuker on
the car a) steins wheie strike-breakers
On tho waterfront It is Bald that
Iteeves had had the following connec
tion with tho local waterfront: Ho
worked ns quartermaster on tho Kl
1. an fur a couple of trlpB, whereupon
ho applied to thu Sailors' Union for
membership. Ho failed to pass the
(Continued on Page 2)
The ordinary baik deals
merely with the liviig man,
but the trust cupaiy takes
charge of his estate after he Is
goie aid sees that his wishes
are carried oit.
It assumes all care and
responsibility and by
methodical system renders
WIS H DOWN
AND WIND DAMAGE DONE
Hepnits from the Island of Maul and
Inmi Hawaii Indicate that wha'ever
else Ike Iwma ftorm of the past fewj
ilajs nmy have done, ll plajod haoc
with the telephone wlies.
The wireless telegraph stullons lire
in '(nod condition but the laud wlic
are down on lilt sides.
From I.ahalna the rejxirt comes tlmt
tho wlies throughout the Inland i-.re
down, even to the short Hue that ruiul
from thu town of l.alialia to the tele
The same sort of reimrls come from
the stntloim on Hawaii and Kauai
News by incoming sleniuers tell of tin1
Klhel wharf having been blown una)
lind widespread damage done by the
wind blowing down trees anJ the wmvi ,
gull lug out the roads. I
It Is figured that this vear 225.000
tons of sugar wll be shipped b the Known navigators on tho l'aclllc, do
Tehuantepec route route and 32,uiii dares was the next to tho worst trip
around tho Horn. From C0.000 to SOU.- which he has ever experienced. He
noo will bo shipped to San Francisco, j says that the only worse trip Hint he
' ever hud was on the Alutueda when her
The 'gasoline launch Brothers yester- pilot house was broken open by the
duy afternoon assisted the schooner force of the waves sweeping over the
Kavvnllanl Into the harbor, Shu, came ship,
near going on the reef near thu pliue! The lousing towed down the oil ship
wlii'io thu ChiusA Muru went ashore.
At llr.it thu squirrel spins his cage;!
then the case spins him. Men of land-,
ness may take virnlng,
CAUTION Is not KNOWN there. It Is unnecessary.
001.1) Is tho only thing KNOWN IN NKVADA.
Our stenographer bought 11100 shares of MOHAWK stock onu y a- tgo
for $223. TODAY they uro worth Ui.WO. Thu famous MOHAWK wa.i
then 11 beginner scorned by many who wished to bo CAUTIOUS.
C I R A C I Is ANOTHER MOHAWK.
Thu CIUAC Mine has a leuso which Is putting out u ton or ore dully
and this 01 0 is assaying $1000 to the ton.
At 25 cents per share we uro offering 11 small allotment of this IB
Send for our KnEB MAHKKT L.KTT15H
which tell! WHY)
W-.C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Memben 8an Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange.
Suite 243-244 Monadnock Bldg.. San Francisco.
The Money You
THIS 8HOULD NOT BE 8PENT
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
J. HOPP & CO.
10S3-10S9-1069 BISHOP ST. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Capt. Harriman Met With
IN TOW' OF BIS SHIP
SAY8 WITH ONE EXCEPTION THE
WEATHER WAS WORST HE
I EVER SAW ON THE
The oil steamer Ionising arrived Uilfc
morning from Tort Hurford after what
Captain llarrlman, one of the best
I Kutlerton and whllo there were no uc
I cldents to hawsers or any ol the other
lowing gear this reflects great credit up
the olltors of both ships and does not
(Continued on Pag 2) ,
' I . 'I P I P II ! l-
How They Would Laugh ai You In
fAitoolattd rrttt Sp'ctal Pnlhl
OAKLAND, Cal., Jan. 3. The West.'
ern Pacific Railroad Company has te-
cured the control of the atoek of the
Union National Bank.
The Western Pacific Is the new rail
road which ll being built by the Gould
interest! as a competitor of the Har
riman lines. It Is to come Into Oak
land near the Key Route ferry and has
been fought at every possible point by
the Southern Pacific. The buying of
the control In one of the largest banks
In Alameda County seem! to Indicate
that the plani are nearlng completion
(Aitoclattil l'r 11 Special Cable)
OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 3 Ernest Hal
tings, the actor, was killed today In
a railroad wreck near thli city.
Mr. Haitlnga wai for many yean
a leading man with the Aleatraz The
ater Stock Company. He atood at the
head of hii profession. He was about
42 yean of ge.
'Annclulcit fini Svcclnl TiiM)
3AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 3
The tug Wizard wai destroyed by fire
today at the oil tanks.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Only $4,50 a Pair
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
fAiinclaled Prtti Sptctal Citble)
LAIBACH, Austria, Jan. 3. The
seismograph at the local observatory
recorded a submarine earthquake
1 which i! believed to have occurred
i of New Zealand.
M.I..IC. itcd J'mi Xpniul C.1I1 If)
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Jan. 3
General Von der Launltz, the Prefeit
of Police, was assassinated today. His
assailant was killed.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 3.
The Sunset Telephone Company and
the Pacific States Telegraph and Telc
phone Company have merged.
Whllo this Is thu formal merger of
the two companies, ns 11 mutter uf fact
for thu last fifteen years they havi
1 ecu iindur tho snmo management ami
tho oltleeB of thu two compaulcH huvt
been handled together. Thu Sunuut
Company wus supposed to handle the
territory oil the l'uclflc Const outside
of San Francisco mul. thu l'aclllc
States Company to handle the local
t ladle In gun Francisco,
gggg 1 'i "
NOW IS THE TIME
TO THINK ABOUT
TAKING CARE OF
The Henry Waterliouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
"HEYWOOD 8HOES WEAR."
Something in Footwear
For Winter Needs
Never a time when sound foot
wear was more necessary. The
weather has Imposed tho need
for good shoes,
Here's a happy combination of
style and service, The fashion
able Haywood blucher, mads
of velours calf with medium ex
tension sole. Not least of Its
attractions ii the price.
Fort St. BonoluK
1 05 J Fort Street
Phone Mafn 282
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