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Vol. IX " 3594
12 PAGES-nONOfjUlilJ. rKltKITOIlY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. .IANUAKV 19. 1907-12 I'AGES
1'kiob 5 Ukxth
Crowds Hurry To
Counting Scott Is
Cost At Going To
IJCW YORRTNTY.. Jan. 19 The
number killed In the Kingston disaster
Is placed at 700 and the seriously In
jured at COO.
Gevei.nl vessels are stranded In
TEHERAN, Persia, Jan. 19. Mo
hammed Alimlrza was today crowned
Cli.ih of Pc-isla.
Tl.c Mourner Mini! will leave IhiJ
rll ul iiiiiiii .Monilu) on a Hpochil ex
cursion In (lie volcanic Hows. Klut will
Mop at Milill anil, pick iii mmo paHM-ii-(,rH,
an vvoid has been rrtt'lvi'd hero
t lint llicn nu ovi'i' I Oil people on that
Inland who lrli iiicoiiimnd.it Ions u'n
'I In- Claudlnc will I u I, ! an excursion
limn llilo iiiiiiii row and llit-u will io.
Mini lo her n-Kiilar inn.
Tin- Miiiiii.i Uia leaves on lu-r ii-k-ular
lil'i on Tut'Mlny mid so niaiiy liau
it'art-il lo make tin- w t-liH excursion
thai al noon today i-vt-ry sliitcioom hail
hi u IIIIimI mill llu-ii woie ninny uppll
i.itlniiK for matt less iiccomiuodiitloii.
'I hi' Kluau Ik Iji almost thu same Hhape
lor iiccommodiitlons mid the Volcano
House will he ciovvdcil to lhi door.
COFFEfi SHOP AT3FL0W
Many T. Mills icrclvcd a letter fioln
.1 Koiia friend who sa,vs that an enloi
i IhIiik -liijiiiliebu of Kc.il.ikokim lull.
Itmli'il a colTeo shopit the edge of tin)
lava How mnl Is itoltiK a lushing busi
ness. iOvmfiMiy fhrMen-
MADE IN NEWVODV'.
James Hoolt bus icsIkiipiI iik miiiia
Mi' f Kllicl plaulnlliill on the Island
id Maul, to tiiku effect Immediately.
.Mr Seoit law Kllii'l lo accept .i
1 1""'11"" "I"1 ,lll lliiniiliilii Iron Winks
M'H Hh representative In Formosa lie
vlll linvo elnuyo of thu election of tint
two mi 11m for wlikh oontuiclH wore in-
?. SSLflsV TtUB'1'
JAMES SCOTT '
Has Resigned as Manager of Kihel to
go to Formosa for Honolulu
cenlly closed by the lion Winks, uit-t
afli-r thi-j inn eonipli tod will lciiialn
In tin iMlamln aa thv loFliknt ropro-
.Mr. Seott lias inailc n BlKiinl Hiircvsa
of Jliu iiiauaKoniviit of Kllicl mnl It Ik
iiinlorxtcMiil that tlio illrccloia of tho
torimratlon rufimcil to itccopt Ida rcsls
iiutlon. Hut Scolt Iiiik acci)itcd thu
lieu- potnii. Thu plantation la In but
lor ronillllon iTiiiii ocr befoiu. It Ih
not known who will tako Mr. ScottV
place iih manager, hut It Ik hoped tho
illicctoiH will him. lit to inako u Ki'iKiral
nilvaiico of thu nii'ii who Iiiimi uorki-il
with liliu III IiiIiikIhk thu pinpiMly to
ItH incHi'llt htiilo of told.
IS MM fl
Woi.l received tills iiioinliiK by llin
Kluau Ktalea that Hie jilt at Kllauca Ih
one iiiaxa of lire ami that the KlKlit In
tho fluent which Iiiik cwr been KOeii
from tbeio A cleat many peopli have
bookeil on the Kluau up mnl will hIiiji
over at the Voliano I Inline, InkliiK thu
Manila li.i back at Iloiiiiapu on Hun-
Help In Life
To be correctly clothed wilt 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.
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL 6TRCCT8.
May Accept Commission
COMMII TF.fi FORMED TO
STUDY OUR SCHOOLS
PHOMINCNT EDUCATORS ARE
ELCCTEU TO ACTIVE MEM
DCHSHIP AT MEETING
It Ih iimlci'Htooil that Mm place of
CommlHsiouer of Public Instruction
which wax left uicimt by the renlKiia
Hon of (' I,. Wllillt has beep ofleieil lo
I, Tonne) I'etk. 111.- raHliIci of the
I'll Ml National Hank, but that IVck has
nut et ma. I. Ida iIi-cIkIoii as to wbel'i
or he will accept the prntTcicil honor
oi not. When hi-cii he ilecllued to ills
ciish the mailer, This Klleme Ik In It
hell rrailKlit Willi KlKlilllcnnci', iik he
would of coiiiKD hao denied the re
pint had them been nolhlliK In II. It
In Vrobablu dial he Ml that It woult
not be the piopcr thliiK for him to nlM'
out iiil IliltiK about the. malter befotu
he had uolllled the (oernoi of bis
iIccIkIoii iik to whether lie would ac
cept thu coimnlKHlou or not.
Pick recently becalm ltitoiu.led In
ediicalion.il mailers by his npKilut
ment as chairman of tho commission
which thu CUIc 1-Vileintlou falbi'icil
cnil which Iiiik for lis object a sliuly
of eiliicatlonal affulrH.
Tho coiiimlsslon held a iiiccIIiik last
nlKht at wlilch.lt orKiinlzed and select
eii Hh active membership, as follows:
I.. T. Peck, chairman; C. Pet ley
Home, pilnclpnl- of thu Kauieliaineha
KcIiooIh, Kecrelury, Claieucu II. Cooko,
who Ih one of the Oaliu Colleen tril
lees; A. V (IrlliUhs. principal of Oahu
ColleKe; Ill-other llcnrj, principal of
St. I.oiiIh Collecu; llov Mux, Mackin
tosh, principal of tho Itoyat School;
KdKni- Wood, inlnclpal of tho Normal
School, Professor Scott, pilnclpnl of
thu IIIkIi School; i:. A. Mott-Smlth,
who tome jears ami was In charRo of
thu Department of IMueallon; Mrs. I,.
I,. .MtCanillcss, who formerly taimht at
thu IllKli School, Miss I-'elker, thu
inlnclpal nf tho Kaaliiiinmm School;
Miss I'nulcr, prliul)al of thu Kaiu
lanl School; ami W. T. Rawlins, thu
Thu active membership will consist
ol fifteen members; that Ih, one more
to be elected besides the nbovc-nien-
Hutu d. rurthcrmoie, alsiut forty-live
associate members will be chosen
anioiiK Ihosu ho ale Interested In ed
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Jan. 18.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 9d. Parity,
3.82 cents. Previous quotation, 8s.
I.ailles ami misses- sweaters from
$2.2!; n flesh HHhortuieiit at Whitney
a man Is careless In the bestowal of
his valuable document and the thief
(in the night carries away that which
may make the lawful owner poor in
deed. Such unfortunate contingencies may
be guarded against by securing a safe
deposit box In our fire-proof vault-
Trie price Is nominal $5.00 per year
and you are furnished with a key
Also there Is a private room for your
benefit when ypu wish to examine
Fort 8t. Uonolul".
FLOW OF LAVA
BIGGER AND BETTER
Special to Tht Bulletin
KAMUELA, Hawaii, Jan. 19. Fron, the best information that I can get,
the present flow starts from Keokeo, thi exact spot from which started the
flow of 1887. Exactly twenty years ha.e elapsed between the two flows.
The Inter-Island Company received the following dispatch this morning:
HILO, Hawaii, Jan. 19, 11:30 a. m.- Kapua flow reported bigger and bet
ter than before. Puuki flow broke out again at top.
EXCURSION FOR VOLCANO
LEAVES ON TWO STEAMERS
Nearly half I he people of Honolulu
were lit the Inter-lstalid wharves this
luomluK to sen the Manila l.o.i mid tin?
Kluau leave for tin- Volcano excursion.
t.els were not In utldeiice mid theie1
was simply u Jolly, happy ctowil koIiii:
uwny and snyliiK Kood-b)n lo those
who uerti Kolm' The school teachers
went by no means the smallest nor Hie
quietest part ot the ciowd mnl kisses
They wonder at nothing over In the new camp of Wonder except the
richness of their ore, and they have made so many rich strikes In a short
space of time that even these are gradually being looked upon as ordinary,
Although this far-famed mining district Is now only about six months old
ere of shipping grade has already been opened up In more than thirty dif
ferent places, and all authorities concur in the opinion that WONDER will
be the scene of the next big excitement and will rival Coldfield for rich
ness and wealth-producing capabilities.
Wonder Silver Star
Is surrounded by producers of high grade ore. A massive out-cropping
ledge runs almost the entire length of
(which endllne) and Is intersected by
the north end of Silver Star No. 1 claim. Mining experts agree that at the
Intersection of these two enormous veins will be found a mineral deposit of
fabulous richness. Surface assays of $80 per ton are readily obtainable from
this valuable property, and all Indications point to this fine value being
trebled at depth.
The company is officered by some
enterprising mining operators, whoso names alone are a guarantee of hon
est, progressive and capable management.
A Small Allotment of Stock at 2ff eenta
The company Is receiving subscriptions for a limited amount of treas
ury stock at 25 cents a share, the proceeds to be used for the active devel
opment of the property. Prospective subscribers must send us their orders
at once, so that they may participate in the first allotment.
W. C. COX
Members, San Francisco & Tonopah
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 TOR IT AT THE 8TORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-IOCi DIuHOP OT. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
weie bi-alleied. but by no means hulls
crlmliuitcly iiiiiouk the lucky ones
who weru able to make thu tilp. Thu
crowd KtiHid by and watched.
Thu Milium I .oil was thu II 1st to sail,
IcnWiiK her wharf ut 111 o'clock, on
time to thu inliiulo, and carried elKhl)
clitht passe niters, Captain Sluicison,
who Ik without mi) doubt the favorite
(Continued on Page 2.)
The ore Is there In IMMENSE
Wonder Sliver Star's two claims
a highly mineralized cross-vein on
of Goldfield's most successful and
& CO., Inc.,
San Francisco, California.
HI Hill rs MI
By Milverlon And
MOYIiTOSIir ASIDE THE
ATTORNEY FOR M'CANDLESS AT
TEMPTS TO PREVENT LANAI
MATTER GOING TO THE
Theie was u rather warm session In
.liuli;o Do Holt's court this morning
V lieu the motion of-1 lie Attorney (leli
r nil's llcpnt Uncut for it ti extension of
time In wlih li to iili- mi answer lo thu
bill III ecpill) In the l.annl matter i-.iinu
ill for hearliiK. Deputy Attorney den-t-ral
Mlherlou ami JiiiIku Hear, attor
ney for'.McCaudless, urKUeil respect
ively for anil ucnlnst thu mojlon, mid
Incidentally look occasion to tell thu
Court what they thoiiKlit of lliu meth
ods practiced by one another.
dear, In addition, mined the C'ouit
that the Interlocutory ilecieo In Mm
matter mid the order allow Inn thu Tor
lltory lo lake appeal to the Supieuiu
Com I be set aside.
Althouc.li, on motion of tin- Attorney
(leiierul's Department. Jinti;u Do Iliit
granted an Interlocutory ileciee In fa
vor or .McCmidless, the Attorney (Ion
end's Department Is still keeplni; tho
matter open In the Circuit. Court In
ouler to pioscivo thu Territory's
rlitlits in case of IokIiik out In thu Su
premo Court. With this In view. Mil
ertou filed n mollon to extend the
time for answering the bill Hi equity to
ten ila.vs alter thu Supremo Court shall
hr.vo rendered Its decision. Tills was
tit i matter which came up for hearing
Deputy Attorney (ienuriil Mil vei toll
npirnred for tho Turrltory and JudKO
Hear for the complainant. Tho argu
ment was n heated one. Gear inform
oil thu Cotitt that be thoiiKlit thu action
ol the Attorney Oenei ill's Department
wt,'. unfair ami tricky and that thu
members of that department weio
;nl'ty of uupiofcBslouiil conduct. Mil
vi Hon rcBMimlcd that they hail only
ailcpled thu tactics practiced by Jmltja
(Uar nml Link McCanillcss, mnl ho
III t Klit there was no occasion for tho
ot'.ei- side to squeal.
(Irnr lntcrinsed his motion to sot
nslue thu Interlocutory decree and thu
order allowing an appeal to tho Su
JiiiIku De Holt llnnlly continued
both motions, that nf the respondents
an I that of thu complainant, until next
Tupiday However, In order that. In
(Continued on Page 2)
Delivered in thoroughly cleansed con
tainers to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
For All Parts
fjo to make The Thompson line of
PRICES $4.00, $1.50 4 $5.00.
INNERSOLE SOLID OAK SOLE
COUNTER-BEST SOLE LEATHER
THREAD WAXED LINEN HEMP
BOTTOM FILLING-FINEST CORK
OUTER SOLE" ROCK OAK SOLE
STITCHING BEST SILK THREAD
SHANK THOMPSON'S STEEL
HEELS BEST SOLE LEATHER
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Limited,
roWLER, Ind.,' Jan. 19. A colli
sion took place here today on the Ulg
Four road. Seventeen persons were
killed and many Injured.
DE SOTO, Kans., Jan. 19. A SantJ
Fe railway locomotive exploded here
today. It demolished a bridge and
wrecking train. Three men were kill
(Atteclutrit Prru Special Calltl
CINCINNATI, Ov Jan. 19. Floods
along the Ohio are doing widespread
damage. Fully 15.000 people hive
been driven fronj Jheir homes.
DOVER. Eng., Jan. 19. The steamer
Vaderland collided with and sunk the
steamer Naworth Castle today. Three
Abraham Lincoln lluckley has con
loused to Chief of Detectives Taylor
that on December 24 ho mid Frantt
UouvoIh stole n purse lontnlutiiK $C0,
mostlv In Kold, from a lady In a Jap
t'.neso store on King stnet. Tluiru
wore a number of papers iitul a pair of
il.irli-coloreil spectacles also In the
purse. Thu latter have been recovered
Do not let care get away
from you when you have
papers of value to be kept.
We have safe deposit box
es for rent for four dol
lars a year and upward.
There Is no danger of loss
by fire or burglary.
The Henry Waterhonse
Trust Company, Ltd.
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