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3:30 O'CLOCK THE 1MB IS II III II TUHTC III II BUILET1N
.j. The energy of the builneta man la
telng exerted either wltely or un-
wisely tc enlarge hit orbit; wltely
when he adopts the proved Instru-
mentalities for trade development;
4, unwisely when he thinks to find sub-
Mltutrs and profit by email econo
,J, mles. There would come a light unto
,, his feet If he would but study the
j. Advertising Columns of the Cvrnlug
Bulletin and SEE HOW OTHER
MEN DO TIIC TRICKI
Vol. IX No 3587
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAH. .FRIDAY. JANUARY II. 1907
j?moe G Okntb
Pires Go Out But Earth Is Unsteady
REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ASSISTS SECRETARY
: Ilcsolvcil, That It lx tlio senso of HiIh committee that tliu Ilcpiibli-
can members of tin; Legislature should glvo such iiBsiirnticu to tliu
Secretary of tlio Territory that thoy "III not clnlni or drnw.uny com
KiiBatloit for nil extra session cnlluil under Section 54 of the Organic
Act us limy liu required to make avi.llulile the appropriation of $311.1100.
for legislative expenses lnuile hy Congress liy Act of June G, 1!)0li.
fr Tlio foregoing resolution was iiitiodiiceil liy John I.11110 at n
inoullns of tliu Itopubllcau Territorial Incentive Cominltteo held nt
noon today. It was passed unanimously, tliu members present be-
lug Clialrnian llohurtsou, Vice Chairman I.ane, Secretary SavldKe.
and members Win. Ahla. i:il J. Crawford. Kruger and Harrington.
Tliu purpose of the reHoliition lb to strengthen n ilan.,whlcli will
glvo Secretary Atkinson 11 KUarantco ri-om meinhcrii of tlio I.cglslu-
: turu regarding claims fur Hillary, ui.d enable him to iiiuko available
tbu I'Vileral npproirlatlon for fSO.iiOf). ;
Tills upiiroptlallon was made by Congress on condition Unit tliu
! mcmbcis of the Legislature tdiould not claim salary for an extra ses-
; kIiiii In eelit of olio being calleil.
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Mr.'i(ril I'm Special Cubit)
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 11. The Phil
ippine Japanese Association has been
formed here for the declared purpote
of developing navigation with the Phil
ippine!. It will alto found a bank and
Issue a newtpaper In Manila.
Derailed East Indies
Gear's Brief In
Dcpul) Attorney (lencinl Fied Mil-vortou-this
nftrinoon tiled ills reply
brief on belinlf of Umd Commissioner
James YV. I'rult, respondent In tliu Ut
lial land liijinu'.iou cntw. The brief U
11 lengthy one unit tukis up all tlio
points Imiched upon by .Indue Clear In
Milverton takes issue vvltli Gear In
I hu bitter's eontentloii Hint tliu ox
ihunge ol the Uiuul lauds, wIiIlIi at
present I11 un nuniial lentul to the
'lerrlloiy ,forolher lands which would I
In it I in lliiiinn inirl iil tt u tiitiilit ititt'
In loss to the Territory and that Mc
CaudlCBS as u tax payer lias utifllcleul
Interest in Inw lo give lilui the right
to sue for un Injunction,
Tin Deputy Attorney General claims
Unit tlieie Is tiothliiK ill the bill to
(Continued on Page 2)
YOU ,eave ,he order
WE do the r"'
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANA8. Next steamer the Alameda,
HAll LAND BFS1
IN 1 IfllW
Appraisement Wil I v Be
Land CommlPblouer 1'iult stales that
the maps anil surveys of the llakiiluii
tract of laud, on Hawaii, which It lo
be opened up soon, 1110 leady ami will
be sent to ltllo on tliu Cluudluo tonight.
The upprnlserH at lllln have sent a
wireless to the Commissioner uuuotiiK
Iiik Hint thny uro leaOy to begin work
as soon iih tliu material arrives, so It
is expected that tlio nppiiilscuifiil will
tome up on tbu KI111111 un Saturday ot
s soon as It Is received, the sale of
tlio leases will be advertised. Tliu ud-
eitlsement bus to run 3d days, so It
will bo toward tliu bitter part of l'eli
iiiury before the sale cuu take pluee.
The llakalau tiact, the Umd Com
nilssloner states. Is Hi a most valuable
Hint bus ever been placed on the mar
ket In Hie Territory. None of It Is nt u
higher elevation than 1700 feet, and It
Is all excellent lane land. A consider
iiblo porportlon of It Is already In ennc.
The Inw requires that all land leases
shall begin cither on the fit Ht of April
or the (list of October. As tlio solo of
Hie lenses of tlio Hakalau laud will
lake jilaru home time In February, tlio
lease will become operative 011 April I
of this J ear.
Mmi.-)I'4 J'reu Uvrckil Cnftlel
CHERBOURG, France, Jan. 11..
The submarine boat Algerian sunk to
day at her in'oorlrnjs. No lives were
The tumbles of the O. It. k U Co
appear to come In a bunch. Yesterday
the morning train from Kahuku was
delned six hours by a cloudburst ul
Alen. and In Hie uftcruoon three lonl
cars went off tliu truck at Pearl Cit).
This forenoon Hie through tmln goliit;
from town for Kahuku was derailed,
ulso at Pearl City.
The truln officials nt tliu Honolulu
depot glvo tlio following version of the
affair. The train left Honolulu -
:15 o'clock this morning, and arrived
without mishap at Pearl City, where It
made Its regular stop. In starling oft
ngnln tlio nccldent occuricd, Tbu en
gine left the track, but the lest of the
train remained. This took plate right
off the depot.
The locomotive remained upright,
end was not damaged, but tome track
was torn up, blocking the road up.
Iratrtc was carried on by means of
transferring passengers and mail from
a train on one side of the wreck to
trains 011 the other tldu. It Is given
(tut that tbu Hne vlll be cleared for
lAtiotMtt Prtii Special CatU)
THE HAGUE, Jan. 11. Dispatches
received here today report a tidal
wave through the Dutch East Indies,
felt principally at South Achlu. Three
hundred perished at Tana and 40 at
Achlu Is 11 province In the northwest
1 m part of Hie Island of Sumatra ami
bordering 011 the Straits of Malacca.
Aimwnlril rei Special CatHI
LANCASTER, fa., Jan. 11 Fire
In the Moss Company tobacco house
today 1 . imago amounting, to a mil
lion and a ' alf dollars.
hicwrrrrroAvjibrjer J .
Help In Life
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 Is 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 & CO.
THE K ASH CO,. LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
STRASBURG, Jan. 11. Twenty
persons perished here today In a fire
following the explosion of a vat of
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 10.
8UQAR: 96 degree Centrifugals, 3.50
cents or $70. per ton. Previous quo
tatlon, 3.55 cents.
PONCE IS DISABLED
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Jan. 11,
The steamer Ponce was towed Into
this oort today In a disabled condition.
WHOLESALE ARRE8TS OF
Warsaw, Jan. 11. One hundred ter
lorlrts were nnested here yesterday.
trulflc at about 3 o'clock this after
noon. The nfllclals ntate that they
linvp not )et ascertained the cause of
There's Something Doing In
8TORE MEN , '
Write us NOW for our FREE MARKET LETTER ON
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members San Francisco and Tonapah Mining Exchange.
. Suite 243-244 Monadnock Bldg., 8an Francisco.
Made A Will
Are you sure your wishes
will be honestly and faithfully
carried out after your death?
We prepare wills that say
Just what you mean and say
Talk the matter over with
us. It will be confidential.
The Money You
THI8 SHOULD NOT BE 8PENT
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 STORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BISHOP ST. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ.
Appears To Be
Confined To Kau
AUTHENTIC STATEMENT REGARDING OUTBREAK
(8eclnl Wlrelcsn lo The Uiilletln
IIII.O, Hawaii, Jan, 11. Tliu cri.ter on Mnunn l.oa broke out In
1- eruption at about midnight on Ve'nesda night The Illumination
therefrom continued very brilliant until 4 o'clock In tliu morning, at 4
which time It disappeared entirely. ;
risucrmcu who vvero In their boats off tlio Kona coast nt tlio time 4
4 reported that they saw 11 lava How beginning nt about tliu saiiiu place
whuie tliu flow which occurred In 1SS7 commenced. However, It con-
tinned only 11 short distance up until the morning.
The mountain has been clear atlilo from what appears to bo 11
cloud of smoke. On tbu Kona side thero is now no indication of lire.
"At Kapapala thero weru numrioiis earthquakes jestenlay, but j
none of thoin weru very severe. One shock took plncVi nt 1.30 o'clock
mid another at 9:30 o'clock jesleriiny evening, which was felt ul! -
over the Island.
This morning It was reisirted fiom Wnloliiuu, In tliu Kan district
that there had been five shocks felt there between tlio limns of 10 ami
At I'abala tliu slinking of the earth is uluiost continuous. :
There Is still n little Hie In the crater of Kllaueu. but It apK.ar
to be In no wny affected by tbn outbreak un Manna l.oa. 't
The continuous earthquakes 011 the Kau side of tliu Islam) ire an 4
Indication, of further activity. -
The foregoing dispatch was I response to u request from the 4
Uullelln for ux-ict facts regarding tlio eruption of Manila l.oa. Do-
scrlptlons of spouting cones, tic, rrnd like inmnncliig In vlow of the 4
known Inuccesrlblllty of tliu upicr crater. It lilqieurs from tbu statu-
ment of Mr. HUiards that a reH'tillon of volcanic notion of previous f
yeirs may bu exiwcted on tlio Knu sldo of the Island. 4-
SJSSW, f III IM
TO APPEAR BEFORE
Tbu Hoard Medical Kxamlnors will
meet 011 Muii. 1 ty, Tui'sduy ntul Wednes
day next vv .t for tlio examination of
three Japanese pbslcluns who burn
been requested by tliu Hoard to present
themselves for further examination a'
to their imiiUllcutluns to practice med
icine. They are Dr. Yoshlznkl of Illlo,
Dr. Maxima of Maul und Dr. Ichlknv..i
of Honolulu. They till bold Jnptiucsu
certificates which will be pieseuted to
the Hoard, and though they are not
well versed In the Ungllsh luiiguuge.
they think that with tbu aid of an In
terpret! r thev could pans a successful
examination. One of the doctors said
this morning that hu has had eiper
liuco In hospital work mid would be
lead) to answer all questions tl'at
might hcprojxiuudid by tbu Hoard Dr
Miiomlyn, who left un the Manna l.oa
tills iiihiii, has been lequested by tli
H01111I of Health to urnd wind In lir.
Yoshlzakl ut Illlo. to uitcli the fir it
bo.it leaving there fur Honolulu Dr.
Mnzlmu of Maul Is expected un the
K I nun tomorrow
What It the use of staring trouble
in the face and defying fate by keep
ing your valuables at home? We have
the best safe deposit vault that can
be made and will rent boxes or com
partments In It for the use of Individ
uals, corporations or trustees, who act
alone or In conjunction with another.
These boxes are absolutely safe and
can be opened only by the owner In
company with the superintendent of
the vault. Four dollars pays the rent
of a box for a year.
Truot Co., Ltd.
Wealliei man Stockman su)s that the
barometer which has been holding lull
tor u number of wicks past look 11 drop
labt night This means that tliu Indi
cations for cUnrluj: weather am not In
sight. A low hamuli ter has been the
luln und the stoim stems to bu -i ion
of our most
popular new shapes in men's
shoes is the
It is a Llucher cut balmoral, with
medium extension sole. Made
of surpass kid with mat kid
top. Price, $3 CO.
fori St.. Honolulu H
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