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There is no Better Modern Method of securing business than by advertising for it
Even cities and towns are adver-
tiling themselves to win the atten
tlon, the buslnen and the pretence
of Investors. They reallie the po-
teney of publicity on municipal
! growth; and yet there are men
chantc who fancy the people of Ho-
nolulu will ruth to their counter!
when scarce a tout know what
these counters contalnll Go to
with tuch bllndmani bulfl Ute the
columns of the Evening Bulletin and
live a. Rational Commercial Life.
Prom 8sn Francisco!
Konuluj Jan 1!
Nippon Muni Iu, 4
for Sun r"rancls:o:
Hoii'kuiig M.i mi Ian, g
Ventura Jun, I
Aoraiigl Jan. 12
.Moaua Jan. tf
2:30 O'CLOCK BU1IETIN HEADERS INCLUDE HAWAII'S INIIIIttlNI NIBS
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HONOLULU. rKKKITOKT OP HAWAII. PHI DAY. .IANUA11Y 4 1907
I'mas ft Ui:iers
OR AND JURY REPORTS ON MANY MATTERS
LOS ANGELES, Cat., Jan. 4 The
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
has completed its arrangements for a
special excursion of business men to
Honolulu on February 23d. The ex
cursion Is limited to 300.
This In thu excursion which the lo
nil Promotion Committee litis so Ik
oiously urged, ami Is now tin nssdrod
success. Thu members nf thu parly
will be roprosontiitlto men mill women
of Soul hern California,
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Jan. 4.
The assassin of Prefect of Police Lau
iltx has not been Identified.
CHATHAM, Mass., Jan. 4. The
cchooner Alice J. Boardman is ashore
here and will be a total loss.
(Siculal lo Hie Iltillcllii)
lllto, Jan. I. -A I) l.oebeUBtelri
was u passenger on tho Klnnii
leuvliiK for Honolulu lie jrne In 4
wok special 'ilcdleal euro an lit) Is .
In u bullous ph.slcul lomlltlon V
YOU ,eave the order
WE do the rest.
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANA8. Next steamer the Alameda,
i Cumr CMIWs br- Uin
MADE IN NEW YORK
Central Committee Will
Discuss Them With
THOUGHT THAT ACT TO GIVE THE
COUNTY WATER WORKS MAY
Thu Republican Central Committee's
executive committee at Its mooting
held last iiIkIU dwelt mainly on tlio
matter of legislation lo be handled by
the coming Legislature, mine especial
ly those which huvu been embodied In
thu Republican party platform. C. (1
ll.illcntyiiu, the chairman of tins Cell
trni Committee's committee on legls
lullou, reported that Ills commltteu
had for Koine time past been wuiMu.'t
ui drafting up hills to cover those
polnlH, hut none of them had bvui
completed ns yet.
It was finally decided to ask all the
Itcpiibllcan nieinheis of thu coming
l.cKlshittiru who lire now on Oalin lo
attend the next legulur meetlne; of thu
Central Committee, which will take
placo next Monday evening xt. 7! 30,
o'clock, In outer that the subject o(
future legislation could be thuioughly
Tim laws which thu Republican?
Hill lecoiiiiueiiil for pnssugo by the
Legislature can, generally speaking
ho said to lime nairowed thcinsehoy
down to five main proiHisltlous, These
mo thu llipior law, thu primary law
the law mulling thu Income taxes of
corporations made payable In thu
County In which they do their bust
iicmh; thu law to pass the water winks
over to thu Counties, and thu law tc
establish n board of control In each
Count, which Is lo take some part In
I he riiuuluK of tho schools.
These niu tho file malleus which
(Continued on Pag 2)
A ilanco will be Riven tonight on the
Alexander Young Hotel roof Harden In
honor of Quartermaster Captain Jew
ell and the otllccrs and ladles of tho
I' S. Army Transport Logan. It will
ho one of the most pleasant occiialonu
that have been held In Honolulu fui
some time. Local nnuy and navy peo
ple, passengers on board the Sonoma,
visiting strangers and town folk an
nil cordially invited. The best llu
wallan innslc will he In attendance.
Help In Life
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time Is past when education was
sn all-sufficient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity
Nowadays a man Is measured by his
clothes as much at 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 ASH CO.. LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
GRAND JURY CRITICISES
GAMBLING, POLICE AND
SUNDAY LIQUOR SELLING
The final ii'isirt of the Grnnd Jury
was made lo Judge l)e Dolt today and
the Grand Jury was discharged vtHiJ
the thanks of the Court for the voix'
It has accomplished,
The report outalns nothing of a
oeusnttomil untuie. Considerable m.ico
Is deioted to thu subject of gambling,
and some other evils, particularly the,
selling of llipior without meals on Sin
days, are made the subject of riillclsui.
The (Iriind Jury filed into Court Ju-t
about noon and (he foreman stated
that they were ready lo repot t. 'I l.r
repoit was then submitted without ;
reading, ami was received by .he
Court ami urdered filed. I
Judge lie Holt look occislon to com
pllmcnt the Jury on the work It had
arioinpllshed, and particularly on hit -lug
taken up the subject of gnu hllu;;.
Tor three or four jears, he said, he Had
been tryo-.i; to get (Irand Juile l,i ;o
after this evil. Thu present Urur.il
Jury had taken up the matter, thor
oughly, and the Judge said that he be
lieved the results of their wont 'm:ld
he of much benefit to tho County. I
Deputy Attorney General 1'ror.ser
also thanked thu Grand Jury for IU
dlllgeucu and elllclciicy. I'orer.'.nn
Clinton IliilchliiK stated that he i:iut
d tji than).- Ill;- Cniirt. the court olll
ferg nnd especially thu Attorney Gen
eral's department for their nhl In the
Investigations conducted by the Ur.in.t
Jury The Attorney General's depart
ment, le said, had at sill times stood
behind the Grand Jury mid had ten
dered every assistance possible.
Ill addition lb Its final report, the
Grand Jury leturued three new In
illclnients.and one no bill this iiioru-
STACKABLE IS AFTER
BOAT FOR SPANIARDS
"Wu received a cablegram a few
i (lays ugo.froni Stackuble," said K.
1), Tciinj; uf the lloaid of Imiel-
gratlon today, "It wus daluj from t
-t London, where he is busy trylntr
- to arrange ,for mi ojitlon on a
f steamer, which could bring liuin.
stunts fioin Spain here. So far
he lias not sutceeded. Theiu
f teems to be u staidly of vessels 4
which can be chartered ut present
Tho fiat that StuckaliTe Is try-
lug to get a steamer would stem
to Indicate that ho intends to o
to Spain to n itu n go for a ttl.lt-
load of hiboiers, although he lnci
not us yet cabled us thin ho
4 would. Ho will piobahly go thcio
f ns soon as hu Ins secured un op-
Hon for n vessel, which can carry
the Immigrants, when he getii
The ordinary bank deals
merelj with (he living nan,
but .he trust conpany takes
charge of his estate after he is
gone and sees that his wishes
are carried oit.
It assumes all care and
responsibility 2nd by
methodical system renders
.11 F M
lug. Hie Indictments and no hill arc
included In thu report.
On motion of Il'nnser, (I. .Moreno,
whom the'Drnnd Jury failed u) Indict,
was ordered discharged from custody.
Those ugalnsl whom true bills vole
found will probably be arraigned cith
er tomiirtow inoriiliig or Monday.
This Grand Jury, pursuant to In
Mructloutt received from thu court and
acting along thu lines of Its duty, has
Investigated certain mailers of public:
Interest In thu eoplc of this circuit
Tho Grand Jury has devoted much
time to thu Investigation of this evil
It has found that, among thu Orientals
It tins been openly extensively mid
uotoiloiisly carried on, apparently
with little or no isillce Interference
The Grand Jury Is of thu opinion that
while private gambling Is Indulged In
by other than Orientals no regularly
established gambling games are in op
t ration. Thu apprehension of this lat
ter class Is practically Impossible ti'id
while the practice is deplorable, the
.,"' . j . ;p ,
(Fror.t San Francisco Call, December 4, 1908.)
H O H O I ,' L U BUYING STOCKS
'ISLAND SPECULATORS MEET WITH SUCCE8S IN NEVADA MINES.
"HONOLULU, November IC Interest In Nevada mln
Ins stocks has been growing rapidly for somo lime past. It
is said that, while a largo ruinbei of men are buying and
have bought stocks In tho various concerns In Nevada, so
fur there has not been a sluelu loss recorded.
"All of tho Blocks In which local people have Invested
have advanced in value. In two or three Instances men In
this city aro said to have cleared up $50,000, while there
aiu a number who havu lurilo smaller amounts, but still
running Into thu thousands."
Dally fresh fortunes aru wrested Irom Mother Kurtli. Teiiderioolu and
Inexperienced men havo hecomo millionaires overnight; a fow weeks ago
they labored for day's wages. YOU CAN DO THIS ALSO. Thu chances
nro better now than over before,
.Many of our Island clients havu leaped stupendous profits by following
our nihlnv In substantiation of wldrh wu repioduco the abovo from tho
Sail Francisco Coll.
Tho early youth of "07 will see more aud quicker liugo fortunes madn
than since Comslock days. This is not speculation TUB GOLD 13
Tliniti:. Wu aru right wheru yon need us In San Francisco, where the
market for Nevada shares Is mado. Our fingers uro constantly on the
pulse of tho mining Block situation, nnd wo have accurate 'knowledge of
thu good slocks.
WltlTK NOV,' for our FRKB MAUKCT LKTTKIl. Ami when you get
our tip to buy or sell, bu ready to ACT.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members San Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange.
Suite 243-244 Monadnock Bldg.. San Francisco.
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CA8H AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BISHOP ST. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Grand Jurv believes that thu evil re-
hulls therefrom arc uot so demorallz
lug as In cases where gambling Is
mado nn Industry, In tho opinion of
this Grand Jury open public gambling
cannot exist where the ofneers of the
law do their duty. 'Kvldencu of this
Is found in the fact tha't after thu In
vestlgatlons of this ittul thu Grand Ju
ty of January Inst, tho larger gam
bling games were susiended and lot
, I e lies at least huvu not since resumed
I Tho Grand Jury has ronllued Us li
1 estlgutlons to tho snlo of liquors on
Sunday nights In thu cafe attachments
of saloons, with thu following results:
1 In same cases drinks aro supplied
, lo the public, both male and female,
without any restrictions as to tho pur
chase or meals or food In any form
In thu cafe attachments to soverul'sa
loons there tiro small rooms divided
hy board partitions where. In many In
stances, females congregate for lm
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Henry Waterhouse Trust
Starts New Department
For The Tourists
JOHN M. PALMER IN CHARGE
OF PROMOTION WORK
ALL LOCAL DUSINC3S OF THE
VOLCANO HOUSE TO OE DONE
THROUGH AGENTS OTH
ER TOURIST PLANS
The agency of the Volcano Home ha'
been taken out by the Henry Wilier
house Tiust Co., Ltd. From now on
ml matters pertaining lo the popular
Kllaie-a hostelry will he conducted
llji-ouijli the ugeiicy heie
This ni"V department of the tru
company Is lo be In charge of John ,l
l'aluier who until leceiitly has result d
on Kauai. .Mr. Palmer Is well known
throughout the Islands and he l.no.n.
the prettiest spotb and how to t, :
In connection with this agency Mr
Palmer will develop nn lufnrmnlli.i.
lltiiiau which will Include what any -one
mid everyone nurtB to know ol the
islands and how to get Iheie will, the
leant dlfllculty unci expense.
.Mr. Palmer will make It his business
to meet personally as liiuity of the peo
ple who visit Honolulu as possible. He
will havu a large number of photo
graphs of tho beautiful places through
out the Islands, ilo will Include Kauai
uud Maul as well ns all district') of Ha-
null. It will he the piirxHu or III"
Information lluirau to get In touch
with thu visitors and learning wh.u
they are nfler. supply It Willi the hum
tumble tn Hie traveller.
Thu Henry Wuli-rhouse Trust peoplt
will tliro:isl .Mr. Palmer eiidcuvor to
make It lm i slide for a peibon to ban
been In t' Islands mid go away
without havln.: been fully Informed i
every place of Interest tho country m
fords. The work will bo huppleineiitari to
thu Pioniotiou Committee, mid Is Just
vhut the workers uf thai luipniimit
branch of local enterjirlhu waul .Mr
Palmer has of coursu ninny details ot
oiguulzntlnn to attend lo Just tit pres
ent but (he otllcu will be In full swing
when the heavy end of the tout 1st sen
will Is cm.
NOTED ACTRESS ILL
Genoa, Jan. ). Hleouorn Diirc. the
celebrated actress, a 111 Willi pneumonia
Only $4,50 a Pali
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
(Vtitoclulnl fmi Antrlul Cable)
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 4. The circu
lation of the Berkeley Japanese paper
which called for the overthrow of the
Mikado has been prohibited through
cut Japan. The paper Is stamped as
an anarchist publication and no copies
are allowed to pats through the malls
1 ioft'fril J'ic.i d'jjfclal CuMf)
V ALrllNGTON, D. C, Jan. 4. An
i'.cw Car.ieglr has given $750,000. for
a building for the Dureau of American
Moocfilfnl 'it Hpcilul Vilblrl
PATZAMINO, Argentina, Jan. 4-A
collision between the police and the
people occurred here today. Six wero
killed and seventeen wounded.
fj.ioo'afcrf i'rri. BptcUil Cahlil
ALICANTE, Spain, Jan. 4 Serioui
riots have takeyi place here. Two wre
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO THINK ABOUT
TAKING CARE OF
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
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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 ol
style and service. The fashion
able Heywood blucher, mads
of velours calf with medium ex
tension sole, Not' least of Its
attractions Is the price.
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Phone Mafn 282
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