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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 04, 1907, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Image 1',
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From Ban Francisco:
Korea ,.,.Feb. 12 4.
Hlcrrn Feb. 13
For 8an Francisco:
Hlliorta Feb. R .j,
Alameda Feb. I 4,
Monna Feb. 9
Mlowcrn Fob. 6
A business that is flourishing1
business that is talked about
3:30 O'CLOCK IK UT II HIE IT TALKED ABOUT IS M Hi BULLETIN INBINK EDITION
If you do not reach out for new
busineit you are standing still. Bus
t Iness l a coy thing; It will not come
4, without persuasion. The EVENING
.). BULLETIN should be your persuad
.5. er. It hat helped thousand! to In
4. crease their profits, and so It can
4. help you. Gather Increase of knowl-
edge and wisdom from what your
4, competitors do. It Is A Safe Rule If
4 They Prosper By Advertising That
4. You Should Follow In Their Course.
Vol. IX N 3607
HONOLULU. rKIiRITOR OF HAWAII. MONDAY. FKItltflAllY. 4, 1907
Fiuob Fi Uknts
II. 8. Court Lighted
(Special llnllrtlii Wireless)
llllii,' I'cli. I. The Federal 4-
Court 1i:ik adjourned mil II Mmi-
clay, because the defendant In tlio
only case li bp Irlrd cannot lie
fnuiitl. It It believed li went In
Honolulu. Ho may bo returned by
llll", I'Vb. I, "J::!!! p. ni. Federal
Icrni adjniiriiril. The ilefeiidaul wan
not foiinil and ball was forfeited, Dole,
HrccUoiiK, llemlry and many Jurorh '
wont lo the volrauo Saturday. Thc
will return by Claudlne, leaving Ibis
Tbn Japanese, Alno Ynshldo, who
Jiiniped IiIh bond and failed lo appear!
Tor trial before tbo Dulled Stales Dls-j
lilct Com I at llllo, Iiiik not et been
caught. 1 he Court Iiiih evidently given
the matter up as a bail job, and Is re-.
(Continued on Page 4.)
(Spelnl llullellu Wireless) t-
llllo, Feb. I. Kllam-ii Is very t
active. The Blow from the pit was
seen In llllo Saturday night. t
444 4-444- 44-44444-
SEVERAL NEW BILLS
TO BE SUBMITTED
The llepubtlrau Central Coinmllteo
WILL BE THE RULE
It Ik Iho Intention of Hume Inter'
will tnlso up some of the hills drnfud ruled In Hie ltaplil Transit fc I .anil
by Its siih-cnuinilttcc on legislation, at Co. to proKie all amendment of tbu
ItK regular monthly meeting, wlilcli by-laws at Hie adjourned annual
will be held at Hie hcadrpiartcni on 'meeting of Hie BlockbolderK, wblclt
Meiehant Htreet nt 7-30 o'clock lo- will take place Feb. Hi. whereby
night It Is expected that n largo mini- "clean" lost stock certificate, will bo
her or the members of the coming Leg- Issued. It Is the proposition to Ihbiiu
islnlinc will bo present. certificates of stock In lieu of such as
Annum the bills which will lie sub-, have been lost, by having the nwnort
milled by the subcommittee, will b', testify that Iho brlglnal certificate
the proposed prlmao law, which, It Is have, been lost, advertise the fact for
wild Is a very strict one In all Us pro-n certain length of time, and finally
lslons. The tax commission bill and furnish nn Indemnity bond niiiounllns
the bill iiinvldluc- for tbn navmciit ol to double Iho par or double the mar-
A I f '
i nmnino m
i M U 1 1 1 kUII I U U 1
tAtnnriaUtt t'rrta Slteclnl Cah',f)
I MADRID, Spain, Feb. 4. The So
clallsts will combine with the Repub
I Means In the coming elections.
Income tax by corporations In the
touiity wherein they netualty do their
business will aim be submitted. The
educational hill has been com.'itetcil as
far as the county board Is concerned,
but the agricultural college fcatuie Iiiik
not been (omplcted.
IN TAX RETURNS
The Honolulu Yacht Club will bold
Its annual banquet this evening at the
i Seaside Hotel, A dance. In honor ul
: the Club, will follow on the open lanal
, which bus been beautifully decorated
for tbo event. The Itoynl Kuwalalmu
Idler Club will furnish the mimic A
rnrdhil Invitation is extended to His
iclatlcH mid friends of Hie membeis
I of the yacht club, the eommaiuler and
Kflli-ciH of the French wnishlp Cntliiat,
the olllreiH and ladles on hoard the
TiaiihHirt Thomas. If In lsirt, the nfll-
Washington, I). C,
February I, II a. m
Governor Carter, Honolulu.
Houoo passed sixty thousand dollar, 'era anil ladles at Camp McKlnloy, so
lighthouse and foR signal Million on lct) and townfolk In gcncrnl.
noitli blioro Molokai. Z!Z!Z!SZZmmm
The above cable was received by
the Governor Ibis moinlng and indl
catca that Hawaii Is faring pretty well
nt llm hands of Congress this session
Already ono or both Houses liavo pasi
rd blls npiuoprlatliig IMlO.OJil for llio,
harbors of Honolulu and llllo, ami
$200,000 for tho forMflcntlon id Hono
lulu and Pearl Harbor.
Oovornor Carter promptly rubied
lacK to Kulilo his congratulations.
The number of those delinquent In
paying their taxes In this tax division
tills year Is 'approximately l.flen, ac
cording to a statement made, today by
Deputy Tax Assessor Neeley. Wlint.
is the amount of properly upon which
tax returns have not been Hindu c.i-i-not
yet be ascertained, as Hie Tnx Ol
lieu has not had time yet to go ovji
The collectors are being sent out
now- to bring in the money ami thu
department is busy getting this matter
.Mr. Neeley staled today that ho be
lieved thai one of tho chief causes of
delinquency here Is the fact that tho
law requires the delinquent tnx list t-i
bo published In n weekly paper In
stead of In a dally Most of the circu
lation of the weeklies, be Hays, Is on
tho other Islands, nud consequently
Honolulu taxpavcrs have 11 1 1 lo fear of
mnny people hero seeing tholr nntiiea
In the delinquent list. Therefore l hey
Nio not worry much about whether
tWy become delinquent or not. It Is
morn ii mutter of prldo than nuthlnr,
( Ise wltli many or them, and so Ion';
as nobody knows anything about It
they nre content to have their names
en the list of those who have not fuld
their taxes. It was for this reason
that (ho delinquent list for l'JL'i'i was
published in a dally paper.
Mr. Neeley believes that a change
In thu law requiring the list to he puli
llsheil In a dally pa iter Instead of n
weekly, would result In a much small
ei delinquent list.
Four bundled. shines of O, It. & ..
Co. slock were sold nil tho F.xchango
ket vnlue of tho stock, If It sells abovo
The lost stock certificate matter be
enmo ono of ImiMirtance, when tho
San Francisco lire caused the loss of
many certificates of stock in local
corporations. Tho corporations Issued
new certificates, but stninpecl thorn
across the fnco showing them lo bo
re-Issues. While tbesu slocks wero
as good as ever as an Investment,
bearing dividends nn well as Iho orlgl
nnls, their negotiability became prac
tically nil, and tho Stock exchange
held a meeting at which It decided to
exclude those stamped (crtlflcntcs
f i am tho F.xclinngo, and a committee
was appointed lo see what it could do
with the cor Kir.il Ions towards secur
ing unstamped or "clean" certificates.
At first the rnriHiratlons did not seem
to want to lisno those, but now ll iip
pears they have ;liiiHKeil llulr posi
tion, ami It Is expected that all t'n
piomliient corporations, most ol
which hold their annual meetlugl
vvlllilii the next month, will do as the
II. T & I.. Co. iioises to tin.
The oldest voter in the Territory of
Hawaii has been dlsiovcied. At least.
It there Is an older, he tins not been
beard from to date. F.lla Klkabiekn,
who voted at the last election, was at
that time 103 cnrs old and ho wns
able to wille his name very legibly
llernard Kelekollo. in Hie Governors
olllce, was this morning going thiougli
n lot of registration afflilavlts when be
(.inic across one that made him slop
and look at It twice to make sure that
he had seen correctly. Sure enough, II
was there, the application for registra
tion of i:iln Klltalnckn, born in Ha
waii and a resident of the Territory
for 103 jears. The application mi
dated OcIoImt 8. 1900.
Klkalaeka lives at Halaula, Ninth
Koliala lie Is said to be the father
of Hev Tlmrtm.
When men speak III of thee, live so
Ihnl no'iolv will believe them.
Mam things are ilil or wrong us
to )viilch there Is no law. I'l'i'lll'll
There Is no safety In under-the-mattress
security; you never can
tell who Is going to learn your se
cret hiding place for your val
uables. But when you have your
papers and valuables In a safe de
posit vault you need not care who
knows It. Four dollars a year
The Henry Waterhot.se
Trust Company, Ltd.
! 11 ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 4. Orders have been Issued that the
Naval Squadron In Pacific Coast waters be consolidated. The fleet "
to be under Admiral Brownson and engage in maneuvers looking to
the protection of the Pacific Coai' and Pacific dependencies, K
The readluc of the Associated l'rcsi Canton. China
..I wrM!,!i (..,,i,lr (?llrfiint .1. IlOUSh.
(iibtecram would Indicate mat m, -"'""' ".'
.qiiadiim under Admiral nrownsjinw... A. tan on , mna
mole At llaiiKow-. (.nina.
iiii-lnili- stilus of tho Asiatic licet as
well as the Pacific squadron. Iliown-
Min is now In cointnnnd of the .siaue
hqundruii and the present Paclllc
hquadnin Is hardl large enough to
make a good sired showing ny nsen
The make-iiji of the Pacific and Asiatic
tqiindrons as given by the Army and
Navy Uegister or January o, isiui, mi
lows; PACIFIC SQUAimOSC.
Hear Admiral William T. Swinburne,
CIIAIU.KSTON (flagship of Hear Ad
lnlrnl Swinburne). Conulr. Cameron
Melt. Wlnslow. At Simla Harbnni. Oil.
(Jl'lltOS. I.leut llugenc I., lilssot.
Cruising on the Yiiug-tse river.
VII.I.AI.OIIOS, I.leut. Adnlphus An
drews. At Shlnkwaii. China.
WILMINGTON. Couidr. William I..
Itodgers. Sailed .lunuary 2 from Hun;,-'
kong. China, for the naval station, Ca
vlle. P. I.
Flint Torpedo Flotilla.
I'mler command of I.leut. Clark "II.
IIAKIIY, I.leut. Adolplius K. Watson.
At Cavlte. P. I.
IIAINIIUUKli:. I.leut. Clark H.
M Cavlte. P. I.
' ' f "Hal' ftS8
SAN FRANCISCO, Col., Feb. 4. The Circuit Court of Appeals has
tjranted the Western Pacific, the Gould line, a right ot way lo me uaxiana
tldelands. This ends the bitter fight made by Harriman Interests to pro
vent Gould from reaching tidewater with his road.
Thaw Defense Is
ri.lr.im. Ci.in.lr. Hubert M. Doyle. All "oo'iwaru.
Sniitn llarbara. Oil. CHAIJNCHY. In reserve at the tinv-
IIOSTON. Coiudr. Do Witt CotTuiliu ul station, Cavllc, P. I.
At Santn llarbara, Oil. DAI.K. In reserve at the naval stu-
PAl'l. .IONICS, I.leut. Kdgnr II. Uu- Hun. Civile. P. I.
liner At Simla llarabara. Gal DIX'ATIJK. In leserve l the naval
PltKHI.i:. I.leut. Frederick N. Flee- uiiti.ni, Cavlte. P. I.
man. At Kama llarbara. Oil. Cruiser Squadron.
PHINCF.TON, Coiudr. Arthur W !1..T1.M0IIB. Couidr. James M.
Dodd. Sailed Jauntily 1 from Santa ,.m. At the naval station, Cavllc, P.
I'.arliara, Oil., for Magdalena Hay, Mex . The llalllmore lias been ordered tn
YOHKTOWN, Couidr, Hlcliard T the Allantlc Coast.
Mulligan. At Sanln llarbara. Col. CINCINNATI, Conulr. John M. Hob-
Squadron Auxiliary. ,rrtsou. At the naval station, Cavlte,
SATtJHN (collier), Joseph Newell, , ,
master, Sailed January 1 fiom Santa' CHATTANOOGA, Conulr. Hoy O
llarbara, Cal for Magdalena Hay, Pinlth. Sailed January 2 from Cheloo,
.Mex. i China, for Ilia naval station, Cavlte,
ASIATIC StU'ADHON. P, .
Hear Admiral Wlllnrtl II. Ilrownson,, GAIA'ICSTON. Conulr. William G.
Coiiiniander-ln-Chlef. j Cutler. At Shanghai, China.
First Division. ' HAI.HIOH. Comdr. Frank F. Flctch-
llcar Admiral Wllhird II. Ilrownson, ci. At the naval station, Cavlte. P. I.
Commanding. Philippine Squndttm.
WFST VIHGINIA (flagship of Hear, m-nd Admiral James II. Davlon, Com
Admiral IlrowiiKin) (.'apt. Cofiway H. mandcr.
Arnold. Sailed January 2 from llong-j HA1NHOW, (flagship of Hear Adnilr
kong. China, lor naval station, Cavlte, al Dayton), Co'mdr. John O. Quliuhy.
Feb. 4. The trial of Harry Thaw for the murder
The prosecution proved tho crime and
NEW YORK. N. Y..
tills forcmsm by the Waterhouso Trint 0f Stanford White began today,
Cn. fin ll Sun I'lllliclsco client. It WHS rinsed Its case.
The defense announced that It would base Its case on emotional in
sanity and has begun to call Its witnesses.
Ovnr (Jofir fiir Men
MA 1)1'. IN NUVV YOKK
the part that dress plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-flttlng suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated in stjje, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the highest type, and a ge
nius In ability. Out the world
will mlojudfjo him.
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL ST8.
iKiught at P2 by local people. In thrco
lots of 250, 100 and 50 shares respect
ively. Tho Supremo Court tills morning
listened to tho arguments In the mat
ler of Mills vs. Walker. The caso was
Mihmlltcd on the arguments, mid n de
cision will be handed down later,
A list of the otllc-ers elected lo serve
lor Hie ensuing year In tbo Kwoug Yecj
Society Is published 111 tills issue.
Your valuables placed
in our vault will be ab
solutely safe and secure
from fire or thieves,
Safe deposit boxes $5 a
year or SOc a month,
The Money You
THI8 6HOULD 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 OTOnCS OF
COI.OHADO, Capt. Sidney A. Staun
ton Sailed January 2 from Hongkong,
China, for the naval station. Civile,
MAHYI.AND. Capt. Hoynl II. Ingcr
soll. Sailed January 2 from Hongkong,
China, for the naval station, Cavite,
PKNNSYI.VANIA. Capt. Thomas C.
Mclean. Sailed January 2 from Houg
I'ong, China, for the naval station.
Cavlte. P I.
CAI.I.AO. I.leut Guy Whltlock. At
Al tho naval station, Cavlte, P. I.
AKAYAT, F.ns. Holand H. Rlggs.
the naval station, Cavlte, P. I.
HI. CANO, Lieut. Comdr. Hugh Hod
man. At the nnval station, Cavlte, P. I.
(Continued on Page 4.)
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
talners to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
These Shoes Are
Made For Long Wear
Made of good, honest leathers by
an honest maker. Style, bluchcr
oxford, Price, $5.00. Ask for
the Chas. Case shoe for men.
Will outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes
i . r.
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1009-1005 BISHOP 8T. ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Limited,