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THE BU11ETIN WIS BOTH H ID CIRCULATION
Vol. IX V'. 359 J
HONOLULU. rKllKTTOKT OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16. 1907
Puioh 5 Ukntb
laukea Gives Notice To
Men of Mounted Patrol
1 SMALL FLOW
IHpeilul llullollii WlrolcKKl
HILO, Hawaii, Jan. 16, 9:25 a. m. The lava flow continues across the
Kahuku Ranch In Increasing quantity.
All reports from visitors agree that the flow must bo over a mile wide
where It enters the sea.
There was a small flow last night from an old crater on the east sldq
of the mountain near Monsarrat ranch.
It Is not yet known whether there has been any damage. '
MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY EASILY VIEWED
The Bulletin's special correspondent sends the following wireless:
KAILUA, Kona, Jan. 16. Tho activity of the Volcano Is Increasing. The
Kahuku stream Is flowing Into the sea. The second flow will reach the
sea probably tonight. It Is a magnificent spectacle and accessible to all.
Full report by next mall.
ji ,- -., C'miliil DiillUlil Vlclrwj) t
WulhiKU, M ml, Jiiii IB Jolm KndrlgucH or I'nlii, tin- hIoio burg-
lnr niuiln tijiill conrcwdem IiihI night (o Slicrlrf S.ilTrcy. Ho guwi up
fort) waiih(H mill nluu lings he liiul hidden nt I'.il.i.
Tint Ma ill Nouh kh or HiIh niiin'b pxplnltH.
"Inlui Ilciilrlpctic lomplelPil liU Ipi in In prison Just, live wpcIih ago ami on
tin- ilnv of his iclouse mis uiichIciI oi tho ehargci or stealing n rcoler be
longing In IMiniinil II Hurt Ho was com It led mill sentenced lo onu i.ir In
trill At llio will or four wcokB tin excupptl fiom Hip io.nl nwiscci mnl imuln
for Walelm, IIiIh was on .tonda nl UiIb week 'llio fallowing night tlin
I'nla Htore was ImrKlmlzcil ami iiliout five hundred ilollarB worth" or wutehcB,
Jewclrj ami otliPi goods wcro taken. A da or two Intpr llodrlguos was scon
In a luiik heading for Kiila Ho g.io Hip ilrlxor a sold wnteh ror IiIh raro
wlih h turned oul to he cum or Urn watehec slolon from tho I'nln Blorc.
"On Thuisln night liu nppllcil n Louis Santiago or Cump KIo for
I noil Santiago guvo lilm a nlilrt iiiic .ih lio jint Ills lirml mid arniH Into It
1m and another gum oorpoworoil bin. anil brought lilm In J.ill. Hu tlnlnis
t" lnn had a lonrcder.itp. who went lo Honolulu with most or tho Jowplry.'
I ! II -1JJ. lj 1 1 jjuj. l!-R LL.1UIU IW
IAUKEA ORDERS THIRTY UNIFORMS
Sheriff lankeii Ik prcpnilug foi a Ids
thunge III thi' police roiio at llio be
ginning or next ninntli' I lo has glwu
one or the lurge lullorlliK III ins an
order ror no less thmi thirty pollro mil-
MADE"! N" NEW YO rtt
IfirniH, In lip ready by Hint limp. Ah
It wiih Inn illy hclloM'il Unit the. Slier
Iff, Hint dresser ns ho Is, would want
all llio thirty uniforms ror lilnu.eir,
lnn,ulr was mndc nt thu establishment
Hem It wan learned that thn outer
hail ln.cn kImmi ror thirty ordinary mil
forniH Sonio or tho men nho'aiu In
wear them hail already been hipiiH'
urrd 1 he IipiuI or tho firm hail tho
nanies' or (heso men, but docllnpil to
kImi them out.
When iihKpiI iiliout the orilirH tor
niiirorniB Col IniiKea H.ilil:
"A nuinher or men who hnvo been
liiiolnlcil have probably ordered llinli
(Continued on Pago 7.)
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 moj;e than
money In this matter, and good taste
Is always assured In Correct Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
Help In Life
THE K ASH CO,. LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COn. FORT and HOTCL STREETS.
' : ir if ii ii x
. Washington, D, C, i(
n Jan. 16, 1907.
Have personal assurance u.
Chairman Burton four hundred
( thousand each Honolulu Hllo hap
n bors bill early next week.
k Tho nlmo tablcKram wiih n- ?l
n celeil h thu .MeirlianlH' Abbic it
elation tlilx inoruliiK from IIb h
t Wanhlimton itprPBentnllu, Cut. ),
a II. .McClilInu
i "Tho aboMi rcfeis to llio Itlw
)t cm mnl llJirliors lllll Into wliUli n.
ii our ABhoclutlnn Iiiih unU'Uwirci! '
it to Iiiimi luserleil nolnlon Tor thu ,
H linprncmcnt or Houoliilii unit if
)t. Ilitn liarborH," nalil Herrptary K,
n I'arlB ,or Ihu AHhOclatlon HiIh 0
u morning "Mi MrClcOlau hns it.
In en p.irllciilaily attho In HiIh
K matter." rt!
it Tho aBHiirauco of HcpreBeula- 1
K tho llurloii of Illinois, who In K
K iliulrmaii or tho UhorB ami liar-
x liors Comiultteo or llio IIduko, k
imeiitiH lliat HiIh committee will K
( rcpoit a rceommumlatlou that 1
x tho mitiiH muntlonuil bo oxpemlPil. K
a In Ihu C'ibo or Honolulu thn iiion- K
k oy will iirj'HiiiniltU be i xpcnilrd K
fl on the remnMil of Iho Unlit- If
it liouso B.inilBpll. ami other I m- xi
H priitniuentH whlth weri) iPimii- V)
ji nieiiiluil by C'aplaln Hlatlery, XI
) v. hi In tlii; moiiej ror Hllo will K
probabl) ko towarilH hi'i cmeleil tr
1'rosldi ut riiikliani of the Hoard or
II en I Hi pieBenkd an iiiiiistinll Inler
obIIiik leport to the Hoard ut the mid
liifi held tills nriernonti.
Ho giiM) a HbI or Hip eBtliuatrB ror
'leeded apiirnprlutloiiB for tho Board
or Health He h;ik he ImH linked for
no more, than Ih iiii iiitunl iicceKBlty.
The Rniml total of lin.re.iBo Ih 30,5Su.
A hirco sliiirii or It Ih for the control
Or COIltllKlOIIH lIlBeilBC.
Wank bookn o( all wrts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
YOU leave the order
WE do the re,t'
Selected PINEAPPLES and BA
NANAS, Next steamer the Alameda,
Made A Will
Are you sure your wishes
will be honestly and faithfully
carried out after your death7
We prepare wills that say
Just what you mean and say
Talk the matter over with
uc, It will be confidential.
Wants Certain Buildings
To Be Forced To
"I am preparing a Are rw.ipn I III,
whlth will be Introiluteil ni llio lolil
ItiB BPsslon or llio lA'slBlatme," Kilil
Kciinlor Dlekcy this mornliiK "II will
provldo that liulMliiKu or ertnlii
cIiisapb muYt lie pro tiled w lib nilrnu.itc
II i c CBiapcx.
"I hno Introdiiieil IiIHh ol mull a
ihariuter before. I liitroiluied one In
the 1902 lAKlslnluro ami one In that
of I1I05 On both oreuBlons Ihey were
iicfi'iiti'il, the reiiHou phrn beiiiR that
r. Rvneral linllilliiK law wa In be
p.isxptl, which woultl Iniluilc Hut feat
i res of my bill. Until heBhionu ended,
howecr, wllhoiil any hultdltiR tan !(
Iiik paBeil, anil an a roiiBeipiniun theto
lb no law providing lor llio Urn en
i.ipeH as ct.
"I dope that HiIh next LeRlBhitiire
will paB a bill mukluR lire iMiipim it
(oiiipul.sorj matter ror nrlnln build
Iiikh, BUth as hotelB, Tor limt.uue The
town Is dally exposed In ilnnilful lialo
(.lusts tlmiiiRti the iiIihi inn or them
'I hero nto many larsc IhiIIiIIiirh hero
wlierc tho only mcnim or cBtapn for inn
tnhabltanlfl Ih tho Btalrway or clcMitor,
(Continued on Page 7)
Is showing grass root values of $12 to $20 per ton gold. This prominent
mine Is situated in a most prominent position among Qoldfleld's BE8T. Two
neighboring mines are Great Bend and Daisy. The GOLDFIELD SKY
LARK property consists of three claims on the trend of the Daisy vein sys
tem. The two stocks above mentioned are worth $1.00 and $2.50 respect
ively. Opened up an the surface 8KYLARK has three well defined parallel fis
sure veins In porphyry country similar to that of the Mohawk, and has sur
face ground equal to If not better than any of Its successful neighbors.
SKYLARK Is ably officered and managed. Hon. T. L. Oddle, owning and
developing extensive Interests In many Nevada camps, and known In min
ing circles from ocean to ocean, Is President; "Dlamondfleld Jack" Davis,
one of the earliest pioneers of Goldfleld anH who Is largely responsible for
the hundreds of thousands, of dollars made by stockholders In Goldfleld
mines, Is Vice President; John S. Cook, head of the Goldfleld banking firm
of John S. Cook A. Co., the wealthiest Institution In Nevada, Is Treasurer.
Can now be purchased for 15 CENT8 per share, and you cannot be too
culck In participating In the treasury allotment at this price. As soon as
the shares are listed on the exchange a matter of only a very short time
we predict they will be actively traded In and will command a handsome
premium over the first and present price of IS cents.
Have you received our FREE MARKET LETTER7 Ask for It. If you
require further particulars of GOLDFIELD 8KYLARK, write us for them
rnd DO IT NOW.
W. C. COX
Members, Can Francisco & Tonopah
Suite 243 244
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT DE 8PEN.T
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVE8T IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. SEE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BI8HOP ST.
Decide At Meeting
The Honolulu lUneball I.c.ikiip trim
(pph held a abort meeting tlilrt aftir
iioon III the nftlcp or Betreliiry 1'rnnU
1 hompion lo roiiBbler nn ofTcr made
by the ninmimil Ileinl Athletic Club
through IIh president, I. I'etrle, to buy
tin' Oaliu fmnchlHo from the IIIIib, who
now hold It, Tho general Beiitlmenl at
the meeting hppiih'iI to bo that It would
bo belter Tor the league to buy thn
fniuUiIxe llhi'lf anil put In a Ktroug
team than to allow the O.iIiiih lo w.ll
The meeting wiih called lo order bj
I'rcHlilrnt iBenbeig MeBHrs. llrmiH ami
King or the Mullen. Talk, ol thn II A
fit , mnl riiompKon and lllcliimlsoii,
of the O.iIiub. were prcBent A mot Ion
wiib piKHod lo nppioprlale the mini of
$',7. IK to ilefni) Hip unpaid exponueH
or Hip W'lnler l.i',igue Tho mnttcr of
fie O iliu franehlBo was then Iriougtit
i,p mid afler a short iIIkiishIiiii It wiih
I'etliled to leaMi a deilnloti to a moil
ing to be held next WedneBihi) at 1
o'clock The meeting then adjourned
th Bulletin efflea.
cards en Hit at
& CO., Inc.,
San Francisco, California,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
(Aumrlnird l'rrn Sjircfn! CnbUj
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Jan. 16. The business section of the city Is in
ruins. Four hundred have been killed and thousands are lying Injured.
IN.IUIti:i) 111 HNKI) ai.ivi:
(MMiiilnfril Prttt .Vicclnl CalilrJ
LONDON, England, Jan. 16 Dispatches from Kingston state that the
fires have again started and the Viegioes have commenced looting. Forty
five Injured, who were In the military hosoltal have been cremated.
WARSHIP8 ON WAY
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 16. Of
ficial dispatches to the Secretary of
State say that hundreds of lives have
No Provision Made
For Oui Protection
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 16. I section providing $100,000. for Coast
The House of Representatives has 1 defence batteries In Hawaii has been
passed the Fortifications Bill. The defeated.
MaiftrMfrrf ftrin Speclil Cablt)
SAN DIEGO, Cal., Jan. 16. The
French cruiser Catinat Is preparing to
call for Honolulu.
'Iho Catinat Ih expected In nrrlo
hero about Jan. "I
WASHINGTON HAS SLIGHT
Waehlugtnn. Ore 21 A pueUul bul
let In IbsiipiI lo thn Weather Uurp.iu
cnnrprnlng the disturbances reported
"Tho HPlBtuogriipliH of the Weather
Iliirran reiorded two earthiii.ikcH of
lOiiHltlcrabte magnitude, the Hint Bhort
ly afler noon of the 22il ami thu sec
ond alioiit twiiity-thien hourB later,
paniely, afternoon or Dccembei i'lcl.
lYoni the nppp.iiiima or tho leiordJ wo
urn lid lo cnuclmln that Hie cniili
iluat.PH ntlglnalpil nt wlilelj hepaiHlc
locnlltlcs, hut HiIh iiiiinol be definitely
"The first tremors wero leconleil at
1 31 M p m of thu 2.'d, and the max
Imiim motion, of short jlurnllmi, oc
i lined at 2 20,10 p in Tlei record
"Be Sure You're Right"
then go ahead;'' but be sure your feet are well shod before you go
anywhere. Damp feet cause more sickness than anything else. Our
large and complete line of heavy douhle soln shoes are Just the thing
for winter. They are guaranteed to wear, Wc can fit anybody. All
of our shock are new and shapely, ,
Price $4.00 and S450
Manufacturers Shoe Co,,
been lost and that food Is needed bad
ly. Admiral Fighting Bob Evans has
been dispatched to the scene of the ea
tistrophe with his fleet of warships.
ended about ?, o'llock " The wmimest
net loll wan leconleil In a iioiHi-boiiIIi
direction mid amounted at I 7 milli
meter illiplnceiuont.nf tho ground The
dlspl.it ement Injhe e.il-weht direction
wiib mil) ,:: mlllliueleiH
"The htcond dlBturb.uiio miH record
ed Just after 12 o'clock December 23d.
and Hip motion In both noilh-fimtli
and cnBl-wpia iIIiiiIIoiib wan icreater
In both coiuponititB ami liuUl longer
than In Hip llrnt earttuii.ike 'llii'iJliat
prellmlunr tremor began at 12 :7.!y
p in Thu Btioug motion In ginning at
12 19 mid lasted from three to fouv
minium The maximum displacement
in the e.iBt-nest illiectlon was 1 7 mll
Hinctem ami 1 9 mllllmi tern fin tho
north-south coiujioneut, 'llio end ut
the itcortl occurred at 1 11 21 v
You can Intel ji JaiUiish to wnler, but
vet i.iti'i make lilm drink It nil
filtered What Is the use of staring trouble
in the face and defying fate by keep
ing your valuables at home? We have
the best safe deooslt 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.
Trust Co., Lttl.