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Rublicity is the magic password to successful sales
j A builnesi that It not V
be a vtry limited buslnet
:st. The Ian j.
gtr the knowledge of It, the wider 4,
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Iti radius. These are axioms in tno
commonplace book of the business
man. The one effective means In .
securing publicity Is the dally news .j,
paper.. Where are the shoppers who ,f
read the EVENING BULLETIN ...
. For fian Francl'cnt
; Hongkong Mnru Jan
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For Vancouvtri 4,
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these days? TO THE SHOPS THAT
ADVERTISE IN THE EVENINO
BULLETIN. This Is simply a dem
onstration of a self evident truth.
3:30 O'CLOCK! M It is in the Bulletin it will be read
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HONOLULU TERRITORY OP HAWAII. MPS DAY. .lANUAllY 7, J907
Prior B Oknth
(AmorlaltH 1'rrtn Upeclnl Cabin)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 7. Geo.
B. Cortelyou has resigned as chairman
of the Republican National Commit
tee. He will be succeeded by Harry
There has been much opposition to
the appointment of Coftelyou as Sec
retary of the Treasury on the ground
that 'as chairman of the Republican
committee he' was the man who had
charge of the collection of campaign
funds from Wall Street financiers. An
effort has been made to defeat his con
firmation when Shaw retiree.
Mniorotft Vt fineM CabUI
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 7. Bryant,
Brooks was today Inaugurated Govern
or of Womlng. '
(Attnrhlrd 'rcn Ap-i-iiil Cubit I i
STOCKHOLM, Scwedsn, Jan. 7.
King Occar, who was thought to be In
a dying condition, Is Improving.
K A Scliucfcr Infoi ma (lie llullclili
Hint the icporl of August Urclcr'n Ill
ness appearing in tho inoinliis paper,
ib fnitunntcl) not tine.
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published in tho Saturday Bulls
tl.i and the Weekly Edition, five a
concise ana comolets resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7K Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
t per year.
Weakly Bulletin SI per year.
Comrt I lotted brJIei
(AtMnctalrit l're$ rtpcoinl Cablet
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Jan. 7. The
Legislature of California assembled to
day and organized. C. Wolfe was elec
ted President or the Senate and Beards
Ice Speaker of the Assembly.
The sessions are temporarily held In
Rcdmen's Hall pending the completion
of repairs to the Capitol building.
lAmnrlnlrd Pirn Sprrltil Cabll)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 7. Ed
win Godfrey of the Ninth Cavalry will
succeed Brigadier General Bell, who
Ic soon to be promoted,
(Astmlnttii I'rt'n Pzrctal Cabli)
I STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Jan. 7.
Secretary Hutchinson of the Ameri
can Legation died today.
lAfnrlalcd "rru Rvclnl CnbU)
DANKOK, Slam, Jan. 7. Fire in
the Chinese quarter today died dam
age to the amount of three millions of
The effort of n lean, little spirit after
IndUlduallty Ik like u liulihlu trj ItiK
not to lie i (iiiml.
YOU tve the order
WE do the rest.
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANAS. Next steamer the Alameda,
To he correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The time is past when education was
on all-sufficient pastport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity
Nowadays a man is measured by his
clothes as much as by his knowledge,
Society and business life demands of
Its members the observance of a certain-code
Rood taste counts for more tlnn
money In thin matter, ind good taste
Is always assured In Correct Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
THE K ASH CO.. LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT dnd HOTEL GTRECTO.
Help In Life
Of Supervisors and
Johnstw Road Man
REPUBLICANS CONTROL AFFAIRS OF COUNTY
Road Supervisor Sam Johnson.
Superintendent of Garbage Depart
ment Sam Johnson.
County Engineer G. H. Gere.
Chief of Fire Department C. H.
Electric Light Superintendent W.
STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Committee on Ways and Means
F. K. Archer, J. J. Fern.
Committee on Public Expenditures
F. R. Harvey, J. M. Kealoha.
Committee on Roads, Bridges and
Parks S. C. Dwlght, J. M. Kealoha.
Committee on Police Department
l I'WUbl ,V.
CHARLE8 HUSTACE JR.
Chairman of Oahu County Board of
H 1 H Hi ft i x" a t, it n. X X K
Andrew Cox, F. R. Harvey.
Committee on Fire Department
drew Cox, J. J. Fern,
Committee on Sanitation and Health
F. K. Archer, J. M. Kealoha.
Committee on Public Improvements
and Electric Lights 8. C. Dwlght.
Tito first mcctliif; of tlio Hoard of
Hupervlbora wont. along very peaceful
ly Tho fight to oust Ham Johnson
inmu off, but wan short and diclulvo
All hut tho two DomocrntH voted to
ictnln him as road BiipcrWuir The
UemoeratB then tried to oust Mm
Ironi Ids position as Hiiporititeinlent of
Made A Will
Are you sure your wishes
will be honet-tiy and faithfully
carried out after your death 7
We prepare wills that say
just what you mean and say
Talk the matter over with
us. It will be confidential.
Fori SI, Oopulul'i
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tlio garbage, department, lint In thin
(hoy iiIko failed, tho voto bclnc the
tiinie. In sooral minor mattcra there
woro HOtnu dlffcrcncea, lint thu llopnli
Ileitis carried their .olnls throughout
Tho Installation of tho now Uo.int
or Hiiicrls(irx, which will ero for
tho next two jcaru, took placn In lite
now meeting room In thu Mclntjiu
liullilltiR tlila forenoon. The occasion
wan attended with great IntercHt. Th
band stationed Knelt at the xtalmur
of tho liuildltiR and played martini
aim, which resounded iuuKKlc)y
through tho building. A large croud
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Don't Threw GOOD MONEY After Bad
INVEST IT IN NEVADA MINING STOCKS
MillionalreH becoming IIIL,l.l()NAIRi:H.
Wealthy men becoming MIlXIONAHtnS.
Rich men becoming IUCIIi:it.
i'oor men becoming ltlCII.
"GO THOU AND DO LIKEWISE."
Wrlto iik for our ntlli: MAHIfeT I.UTTKH which Iclm ou of thlngd
)cni won't bellow. Hut they nro Tit If K navcrthclcxx. ThlngH you people
ocrcax DltKAM of, hut don't rcnllro Altt: TIlUi:.
They Are True!' .-
MomlierH San KrancUco and Tonapah Mining Exchange.
Suito 1' 13-2 1 1 JloiiHilnock Dldg., Han Francisco.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.
Members San Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange,
Suite 243 214 Monadnock Btdg., San Francisco.
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
rOOLISHLY. 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 STORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1003O053.1065 BI8HOP ST. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING,
(Hpcil.tl Wlrnlcmj to llullctlu)
llllii, Jan ".The new County llonul
of Super; lwir for llnuall County or-
canlreil today with V. A. Todil iil
clialrinan There will probably lie
many cliaugen nmong county cm
plo)veH, cspoilally in tl.e road BttporvlK-
or'H ilcpurtinent, llcpulilican appointees
POPE TO BAR OUT FRANCE
PARIS, France, Jan. 7. The Pope
will refuse France participation In Pe
Sheriff laukea Takes
Cheers of Big Crwd
HE LEADS APPLAUSE FOR EX-SHERIFF BROWN
I'ellow Citizens, Aloha Nut I Htntnl
hero today to thank oti for tlio honor
ott hao t (inferred iiikiii mo In elect
ing tun In tho (ifllco of County SherilT
of Oahu ucl. I Htand before )m with
my brother, A. M. Drown, who rclhiM
Inday from tho offlco of Hhcrln. He
lias been a man who nlwajx helped
you In times of trotiblo and Ik lined
tij illll.u liin,iiiiiiin. i di.iiiii iiviii
with him Hldu by hUIu and iiHk )ou J
IlcpubllcaitH, Dumocratx and llomoi
Hulcrs, to glo him three nmuliiK
theere for what ho lias done for J on
In the pant.
Standing on the hUk of thu police
station after liu hail taken charge,
Sheriff Curtta t laukea madb ' the
i.lmu sieecli mil led tbrcu nitHlng
ihceix for A. Mrjlrown. Ah It wri
dttnc Ilruwti, deel cd with IcIh which
lind been Kent to laukea and which
the now Sheriff insisted Khotild ho
tliarcd between the two, turned to his
late opponent mi I Kahl:
"Curtis. I w h j on ocry HucctuD1
t.oHidlilc In your olllcc and feel i.uro;
that this wlbh will bo fulllllcil. Who'ij
,1 can bo of sorvlco to 5011 call on inoj
mi uiiiiiiiik inai. 1 can 110, ana 1 hiiuiii
bo at jour Hertlco. I thank jou," 1
Colonel laukea replied; "With tho'
at.tilKt.ince ul !ch I chall ask from oti,
ami wlilch I ituor. will bu gleu, I ami
mro my te 1 of office will bo BucreKi j
'I ho follow lir; iippoliitint'iitH were
mitlioilicd for imbllcatlon by Colouul
laukea rdinrtly after ho took olllcc: '
Cliarlca ItoFoCIcrk In Sheriff.
J. I.uahlw a Lieutenant.
Robert I'. Walpa-Caiilaln.
William I'unohu Serge.-n.
I)ald I,. Knhaleaahtt Lieutenant.
John Aea Sergcnnt.
II. Knuaaullmi I.luutcnnut.
V. Knnao Sergc.mL
A. I'. Talor Clilef of Detectlven.
J. K. Kmicpuu Clerk to Deputy
B. .Mchftila Court Officer.
IJdward llanapl llccchlng Station
ef our most
popular new shapes in men's
It is a bluchcr
medium extension sole. Made
of surpass kid
CURTIS P. IAUKEA
Sheriff of Oahu County, of whom much i
Is exoeeted and Who Intends to 1
CltarleH II Maker-lien IIiib Sta-'
I) Kmiahu ItccelWng Station IM
for. .1 K Melanplo-Turnkey.
Knni K11I0.1 Turnke
Albert Kauwc Turnke.
Ilnrrj Webb -lluck Inspector
N. II. KnanHin b'urgcou
I W. Weed -Hawaiian Interpreter.
II. A. .lui'ii Special Officer
Trod Terrlll Armorer.
Among those who bnvo been let ou(
nro Sidney Smith, (ieo. Wright. N
lirlga, Jlli Hnyil, J M .McKlnnon, Kong
It'ro. Clias. Clvln, John Aea, Sam Ma-
Curtis laukea did not appear at llif
IkiIIco station to take ornfe,nji(iicnrly'
.l'::tu o'clock, and wholi ihci afrltei;
v ns grcnled by loud cheers from near
1 8(11) peoplti who wcrn gathertd In
front of tho building. Ho c.imo Into
tho olllce, shaking linndn with tho poll
(Continued on Pag. 2)
NOW IS THE TIME
TO THINK ABOUT
TAKING CARE OF
The Henry Waterhousc
Trust Company, Ltd.
cut balmoral, with
with mat kid
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s 1 1