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From Bin Franclseol
Ventura .Ian. 22
Coptic Jan. 22
For Sin Frineltot
Slerrn Inn. 22 .
America Jlnril .Inn. 23 .
M oh tut l'Vli. 9
Mloncia Feb. C
Vol. IX Mn 3596
A dead volcano is forgotten, a live volcano advertises itself forcibly and efficiently
It It essential or not to intereit
the greatest possible number ol peo
pie In what you are doing and In
your ability to minister to their
wanti? Da vau believe or not that
the Judgment of other business men
who advertise consistently In the
Evening Bulletin Is wise, and are
you still of the opinion that the pub-
lleltv secured throuoh live newsoa-
pers cannot be of service to you?
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II D01JMT MERCHANT LANfANA
HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JANUARY 22. 1907
PlHOB 5 OlJNTH
ON LAVA FLOW
, I Special Bulletin Wlretessl
vHILO, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1:30 p. m. Surveyor Baldwin reached town this
forenoon. He says the Kau lava flow has stopped. The Kona flow was much
bigger night before last. .Today reports state that the flow Is less.
Baldwin says that probably about a thousand feet of the Government
road Is cqvered with lava. He believes the source Is very high up on the '
slopes of Mauna Loa. Residents of rhe locality say they think the out
break Is very near the top.
Reports are conflicting as to the number of flows due to the different
viewpoints. All are branches of one. No flow as yet has reaohed the sea.
Kllauea activity has Increased more. The bottom of the pit of Hale
maumau Is now a lake of rising molten lava.
I Special Bulletin Wireless)
VOLCANO HOUSE, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 9 a. m. I have Just returned from
the Crater of Halemaumau.
The pit la filling very rapidly. The floor of the crater Is All covered
and boiling ovef'all Its surface. Many fountains are playing.
It Is one of the most beautiful sights I ever saw. The Kau flow Is pau.
R. C. BROWN.
FLOW TOWARD KONA
, Special Bulletin Wireless
HILO, Hawaii, Jan.' 22. Kllauea has greatly Increased Its activity
tlnce night before last. The crater has filled nearly two hundred feet.
I have Just returned from Kau. The Claudine carried an excursion of
131 people. The entire district Is clouded with smoke. The glare Is light
Ino up the mountain.
Surveyor Baldwin telephones that the flow towards Kona has crossed
the Government roarl at Kapua and Is still flowing.
Kniiiin Is a wldu Htrlp of land running from tho sen I" tho mountain.
It belongs In tliu Hlshop Kstnto. mill cdiirIhIr nf a largo stretch nr old liivn
flow ninknl, whllo Iho upper portion It- rotcri'il with mountain forest. Thn
northern boundary of Kiipun Ik about six iiiIIoh fiom lloopiilou.
"I tin not think that Iho How ran ho tin Knpti.i," Bald P. S. DntlKn of
the Wallop ITstalo thin forenoon, Juat before leaving for Hawaii, wheru ho
will spond Bomo time on business.
"Tliut Inntl Ih higher than 11k stiriouudlngs iititl slnpes down on both
sides. I believe that Iho flow Ih on the south slilo of It on tho Government
ENGULFED BY TIDAL WAVE
1 HE HAGUE, Jan. 22. The tidal
wave In the Acliln province of Suma
tra, reported on the .11th Inst., practi
cally engulfed Simula. Probably 1,500
persons perished. Earthquake shocks
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'QUAKES AT KINGSTON
KINGSTON. 'Jamaica, Jan 22.
Slight shocks of earthquake are felt
here from time to time.
OHIO FLOOD GOE3 DOWN
CINCINNATI, O., Jan. 22. The
floods are subsiding.
Help In Lite
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doors everywhere.
The tlmo 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 ALTRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
THE K ASH CO.. LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. TORT and HOTEL STREETS.
Tim following cable was recclvnl to
day li tho llnllrtln, which ptihllshcd
thn advertisement for tenders b (lie
United Slates Treasury Depaitnieiil:
"Uxtcnd tlmn for opening bids Molo
knl leprosy Investigation station lo
"4. II. i:VARDS,
Tho time originally set was Kclirn
ury 1st. This means that local con
tiattors will have ample time to liuil.o
ARE DRIVEN FROM
The IKteniber number of tho Sluing
l.al "llnnil" lotitnliis an article Idling
of thn disbarment of Uirrln Andrews,
lormcrly Attorney General of Hawaii,
(nil of V. M. llrooks, formerly of Ho
nolulu. Iloth tho attorncjs have been
practicing In Shanghai for some time..
Inn Inn passed an examination liefoiu
the American t-oiuiul.
They were called on to tnlto an ex
amination before Judge Wlllley, of thn
tltftrit I tnnrt of the illy of Shanghai,
and ho dctlded that they had not
piiHietl Hie lestH ami hat irfu-ct them
periiibiFlon to practice In the llrlllsh
toiirlH of tlm city
Another story wliltli hns icuchcd
Houoliilii In regard lo Die reason Unit
thn two laujers luio been disbarred n
In tho clfrtt that they had been Inking
the tasrs of tlm lewd women of I hu
town and defending them veiy suc
ressfully getting their tllents on on
tcthnltalitles ami that us the icsult of
this tho Court li.ul determined to take
tho on" riitlmil of topping them It
In the story In the "lliind" It Is
fctrnncly suggested Hint there Is a pre
judice In the mlinl of the Court agalu.t
American luwjcis. The Hund alto
t'ommeiits on tho fact lliat thn two
iavvjers who have ptactlccd so stic
tesHfully should not bo abjo to pubs all
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Jan. 21.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 9d. Parity,
3.82 cents. Previous quotation, 8s.
Delivered fn thoroughly cleansed con
tainers to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
WELLS -,F A R Q O OFFICE
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. Ouch unfortunate contingencies may
be guarded against by securing a safe
deposit box In our fire proof vault.
The price Is nominal $5.00 per year
and you are furnished with a key.
Also there is a private room for your
benefit when you wish to examine
TO '.I! Hill Oil
Steamer From Tahiti
Could Not Reach
CAPT. LAWLESS MEEIS
MANY FOIMER FRIENDS
HE SAILED IN AND .OUT OF HO
NOLULU FOR A GREAT MANY
YEARS ON STEAMER
The Oceanic steamship Mariposa,
which tnl.es earn of the run between
Pan Francisco and Tahiti, urrived In
the harbor this morning at 9 ?,n to ob
lain a supply of fuel oil She was held,
outsblo the harbor lit Tahiti for VI
hours on her down trip h.v heavy sens.
which were breaking so finitely over
Iho bar that It was hanlly snfe to enter
and this, combined with the fail Hint
she had faced head winds all thn way,
used n great deal of fuel and the sup-
1 ly ran short. No oil tan ln obtained.
When tt was reported that tho Mar
iposa had been sighted It was at first
thought that Diamond Head Charlie
(Continued on Page 2.)
We advise Immediate purchase of this stock at 25c a share. The com
pany owns nine claims in the Argus Mountains in Inyo County, California,
which Is the scene of perhaps the most Intense copper excitement ever
known in the history of the United States. ,
The property has been under active develc.-ii'i-'t f-- - ling time, and
sufficient ore Is now In sight locked out
uous operation of a milling plant for
The company Is officered by men
In all their mining enterprises. They
ing "quick winners" and Alexandria Gsld & Copier Co. will be no exception
to the rule.
The stock of this company embraces all the essential features. of an In
vestment coupled with splendid speculative possibilities. This will mako
you money and will demonstrate the fact to a nosltlve certainty that one
judicious Investment Is worth a lifetime of labor.
OUR GUARANTEE contained In our FREE MARKET LETTER is what
you should look Into in reference to
If you would participate) in the first allotment at 25 cents, application
should be made at once to the undersigned.
Members, San Francisco A. Tonopah
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. 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 STORES OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1005 BISHOP ST.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 22.
United States Senators were elected
today as follows: Texas, Joseph W.
Bailey (Democrat); Oregon, Jonathan
Dourne and F. W. Mulkly; Illinois. S.
M. Cullom (Republican, reelected);
Wyoming, F. E. Warren (Republican,
reelected); Minnesota, Knute Nelson
(Republican, reelected); Alabama,
John T. Morgan and E. W. Pettus
WANT PROGRESS BLOCK
The Japanese Consulate lias nr
inuRcd to buy tho Progress Block from
the fiernun UnlMIng, l.o.in and Knv
iims AssoclnHon, for a price said lo lie
between $30,000 and $10,000. The con
Hilar offlres and tho residence of the
consul and his family will. If the deal
Is carried thrniiRh, be In (his hiilldlii,
The rest of Hie staff will llvn at Hie
present tonsillar resilience on Nuu.iiiii
V. (), Hmllh, the KKcnt of the own
ers, slates that the ileal has not been
completed. A price lias been named
by (bo Association, but it Is not known
whether It will bo accepted.
and Copper Co.
and on the dumps, to i. . ; c:tln
years to come.
who have been singularly successful
have achieved a reputation for mak
this splendid investment. WRITE
& CO., Inc.,
San Francisco, California.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ.
De Bolt Roasts Peters,
The Attorney General,
Who Cumes Back Hard
INTERLOCUTORY DECREE CANCELLED
.IiiiIro De Holt this mornliiK lonsled the Attornev (Iciirrnl'a de
partment to a rlih dark brown, In delivering his decision rrcrslng
his own rilling In the matter of the interim utor decree in the I.imal
lands tnie Attornej (leneral Peters promptl) conies li.icl. at (he
Com I. defemlliiK his actions In tlm matter anil ImpljIiiK broadly thai
(he .IiiiIkp has not only excevileil his nuthnrlt) but Is actuated br
lomclhlui: more than a desire to see that Jiislbc Is dime In the matter
The ('null's nctlou In c.inielllnr the InterliKiiloo decree anil llin
order allow Imk mi appeal will lie Ignored by the AUoincy (icncrul.
iiml be will go ahead with (he tuso Is-lnm the .Supreme Court on Trl-da)
Jiulgo John Thomas Do llolt IhW
mornliiK performed tho almost unprec
edented act or overruling himself, and
Incidentally attempted lo sit down on
thu Attorney (lenernl's department In
u most emphatic manner, lie, with
drew his Interlocutory decree In tlm
I.anal lands matter and cancelled his
own order allowing Iho Territory to
tako an appeal to tho Hupreino Court
In so doing the Jiulgo took occasion
lo iiiaki! u few of tho cnustlc remarks
lor which bo Is fi :11011s Ho declnied
that hu was aslia) 101I both of himself
and of tho Attorn jy Oenernl mid hu
hoped (he aforesaid Attorney General
felt (bo snmo wa nboiil tho matter.
The Attorney (leneral promptly replied
Hint hu certaluly was not ashamed of
lilmsolf, at nn rate.
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 22. The build
ings of the Department of Communlca
tlrns were destroyed by fire today.
The loss Is half a million dollars.
At the rcquosl of the guests of tho
Mo.tna and Young Hotels 11 dance will
be given nt tho Muana tomorrow, Wed
nesday evening. Manager llertscho ex
tends un Invitation In all strangcri
visiting in thu city ami to all tlm
Irlcnds of tho hotels.
For All Parts
go to make Tho Thompson line of
PRICES $4 00, $4.50 & $5.00.
INriERSOLC SOLID OAK SOLE
COUNTEH-BEST SOLE LEATHER
THREAD WAXED LINEN HEMP
BOTTOM FILLING-FINEST CORK
OUTER SOLE ROCK OAK SOLE
CTITCHINO BEST SILK THREAD
S.IIANK THOMPSON'S OTEEL
HEELS BEST SOLE LEATHER
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Limited,
Thu Jiulgu's decision will make no
dlffcrcnco to tho Territory so far ns
the conduct of tho enso Is conterntil.
Attorney (leneral Peters states (tint
ho docs not bellevo that .ludgo Do
Holt's action will stand 'for n minute
before tho Supremo Com I The mai
ler is now up beforn that body anil
Judge Do Holt, according to thn opin
ion r peters and Mlhorlon, has en
tlrcl) loi.t Jurisdiction ami all thu or.
tiers and rulings that hu may mtiku
can bavo absolutely no cffccL
It will bo necessary, (hey state, for
tho JmlKo to lunku a motion before
tho Supreme Court to dismiss the np
peal ewhlch has nlready been taken,
mid thuy have 110 fear nf the result.
Tho Supremo Court, they bclluve, will
(Continued on Page 2)
New appointments In tho polite forto
lo take effect on IVbriiiio ure bam
Kaliaqul, Join Peter, M .1 Moulz, llaii
inen, M I.. .Mnllnn. (lenrgo Keuloh.i
pauole, niioUu. I) M. Na. 111.10. iiml
.Manuel Mcdtlrns, who lukis (lie plaiu
of Jos. Dlas, who has been given nolle"
that ho would 1h discharged at (he cud
of thn month John Kaaiia, or die lit
tyclti police lias aim lieen (old (hat b"
must look for a now jxisltluu next
Willi (he exttptlon of .1 ,I-at, l
Wright nuil Dick I..1110 theio will be n
new forto of mounted patrolmen. They
will he Cruhhu. Piisclio.il, .Mukum.ila,
Knlauko.i mid Ifiithhurii,
Flna Job Printing at the Bulletin,
Do net 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 Waterhousc
Trnst Company, Ltd.
BawR 'eWaLm '
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