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THE GREAT ART IN TRADE IS TO GATHER CUSTOMERS
Jj The mflMfil MmIIh thtetfctW
Z tf hit tfitlnt InttinM, nl he m
J , neatly lkt (rwH le ptvfltabte
4 trlnfl hutmet. Ilul tpfhtfi but
; nest will nt me threuuh merely
' leeklng, II It Important le tuMeii
! that something thould be delng. If
thit merthant le at all wlio he will
! ; ttart n a campaign ef education
through the newspaperi, to tell the
'; people what he It going Id provide.
!; The EVENINO OULLCTIN goet to
'! the home people, the people with
;; money ready for Intelligent, Judt
'' clout expenditure
I'llICUJ & Ukkth
From San Fiantlico:
China . . ...Mnr. 7
Koimiiui . . .Mur. lit
Fur San l'mnclnco: w
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rt trom Vancouver:
For Vancouver! y
" "" li 3:30 O'CLOCK BULLETIN IMBINK CREATES HEW PATRONS
Vol JX N 3632
HONOLULU. rKKKITOUY OP HAWAII. TUESDAY. MAKOH 5T 1907
Big Boat Is Built
For Hawaiian Trade
WILL CARRY 8000 TONS OF FREIGHT
Another big slcuuiur Ik bolntr butlt and the enterprise, Cupt. Yoiingren.
Inr llio trade between thcsu Islands llcsldes the"!' ,mts the innip.iny
anil San l'mntlsm. The new uilill- owns ii number nf sailing vessel 1
Hun to tht! local licet will bo mule which arc) IicIiik 1 hanged hut to go
Ii) Hiii .MiiIkoii Navigation Co anil Into tint oil Uncle All the sugar
will 1 (insist of a new steamer whlih I. en Ii) Hie Miilson line hercuftei will
will hu hnllt ti) the New pint Nuwii liu i.irrlcil In stiMinets.
Shipbuilding Co. . .While tin; llllonlnn was In San
The roiituict for the hunt Iiiik al-l i'rnuclscu mi her last, ti lit she was
ready lieen let and hIiii will he of hiif- thoroughly overhauled and now Is.
Il lent Hire to run) S.IMIO tons of the fastest freighter vvhltli sails
freight ami (!0 passengers. Her nc-
ceilii! I.itloim will he flrst-clus mill
In speed Hlie will he the equal of anyi
Klilp now traelliiK hetween llono-
lulu and Han l'rnnrlsco
The Matson Co now has two
Mentnem on the Illlo-llunolulti-Suti'
I mutism run the llllnnlan
now In ,
port, lomm.iliileil h C'apl .lohnsoii,
Duggan lowest bidder, $129,502.
TAYLOR. 1 '
The above cablegram was received
this afternoon from Washington and
refers to the1 bids on the Leprosarium
building for which an appropriation
of $100,000. is available. Whether
the contract will be awarded to him
and a second appropriation asked for
or whether all the bids will be re
jected and the plans altered to meet
the amount of the appropriation is
not as yet known. The figure placed
on the work by John J. Duggan of .
this city, who was formerlv atsociat-
ed in business with John H. Taylor, I
is considered very low indeed by tlie.wem tried and rouini Kiuiiy oRteniu
contractors of Honolulu. - 1 at that place. lTo who plead sillily
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SAN FHANCISCO, Cal., Men. 4.
UttTb: B analysis, us. rarity,
3.88 cents. Previous quotation, 8s.
MAUU IN NEW YOIIIC
't'ikm ar-aHM'ilr.if i. -
fSftS f lk
if f vifiJJSM
M i i'l
inerluuiled and now lnii
from Honolulu. Coming down from
llllci Jexteidny hIip mailn 1:1 1-1! knots
without an) ilillli'iilt whatever, and
an heel hcie several hours lieforo the
local agents had any Idea that who
would Hlie (nine down from San
1'rant Isto with the ship Culls of
C'l ilo In tow anil innile. the leinarl.-
hhly K1.01I lime uf nlno dn)M.
(8nrrl.il llnllvtlii Wireless)
Nawlllulll, ICanal. Maich (,.
The dlownliiK of .Miss .Mantel
1 jesterdaj resulted from the burst-
1 Iiik of a lesumdr al Camji 7. She
was overwhelmed -
f The hi'iiv) slorm did ncneral
-f diimiiKe The new road lo the r
Malum ell mill uiVcil tu and the 4
4 mail fioui Walmea to Kekaha Ih 4
The gainliterH who were emmht on
Sunday by Meat, l.iiahlwu at Kanloho
were lined J2 and $1 costs, live, wciol
lllieu fj mill 91 cumh mill iiiu 'uuiuum
1..., tl.. li .....I ti ..n ...ulu TIia llnrte
r ...t. .i.v. f fi.uu .".in. '.v ..i.l
lf 'be last ten weio rediued $?. apiece
iut,.r i,y thu JiuI,b ut the icijueat of tho
ipajr- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -M
the part that dress playa In
shaping a nun's career. Ar
rayed In ai Ill-fitting tult of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In ttyle, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the hlghett type, and a go
nlut In ability. But the world
will mltjudge him.
THE KASH GO,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
.ffcA.. ,ff nf-anftjirfl
in mms no
(ITS Si A WIFE
Tender Epistle Is Evidence
In Suit For
Hani I'lipuht In a ready letter writer ,
All he Iiiih to do In to take his pen la ,
hand and the. words IhkIii to trliklo off,
Its end In a Hle.idJ Hticvni Ills efru-
. I.. . .... .l..r ..t .1... .........a.. .....I .
PllJIin Ul U ntJllliri llll UUl IIIHUIUP, UIIU 1
as a writer of Under eiilHllea. he Is inV'lioun Dottbelt inowd to take the nut-,
Milntel) without nil iiiu.il 1 If t up In i-xt-riillte sesMlon 'lhls viu
rim tioiihlo with K.1111 Is that he Is
not as 1 li(Uiilie( t In what he kih idiwIiUIi weic not ohJe.ud to wiie ion-1
I I.. I.. I... If !...... I .1.1 1 ......Ik I .1.111 I ...... .....I. .. ...
liu HiiKiii im-. lit' ..i.riti inn ii'ii.-m I .
lentlj, and the mxt him 11 wife One Mi stniiiiili HMjipiirter of the picse 111 ' Inj-, "mid treat us with proper le
nf them wiiu urllli'ii In liln ulr... Miit.-llhls niiillel' us well HH lllimtl. IIllheNI .. .... . ... . .
Pmiiilil. and the other was wrlllen
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to the other woman In the case, whose
name Is Ulnu
Ham's wife suspected lilm of lulldel-
ity, mid she himeil him with It Sam
admitted the torn, hut unfortiiuntelv
for him, be did It in a letter which
later became pa it of the evldcme la
the still for divorce which Mauulc
broiiKbl iiKiilnst htm In the letter
Ham said that he had jlehled to the
wiles of the devil and bad fallen fiom
Krnio and Into sin Therefore ho ad
vised .MiiKKle not tu tall htm husband
but to look upon him as a
Wicep. Which ud vita 'jMiiKKle
i!i with riunlta illwiMtt J.iw in
Piin) Ibhje'ntiplled for a dlvoue bn tho
Kroiiiiibii7c.ruuliy a ml violation lif the
matrlaKnuvowb mid she uot ll this
The letter to Dlnn was Intiodiired
as iiart of the evidence uguiust Sam,
mid when .liTilttu l.lnil:.i heard It lead.
he said that uohody but n uazi nuiii
would have written It Siini'n' Ibv let
ter )o l)lutL Ih nil rollouH1
, Ilunoliilli, Dec 10, ID;,
To ni ,luyp(; dc.ir, .Miss Ulna t
I have ilieamed on buvptul ociailotis
that tluin wilt come when wu will end
our tlKlit-seeliiB In dlstiemid, mid wlh
special matlluile I iipucal in vim on
in) belmir, ii'SniilliiK the cplatleAwilih
von luve nddreseed to vour comradrs,
unit 1 lake further t,tep lo jou tin tho
matter uf consldenitlou appeitalnliiA
lo me coiiteuts or e'dstlo adddressed.
the commotion me such thai I cannot
forbear thli matter, hut Immortallll)
tavois such a pioooslllou li all Accla
mation, mid I then fine pray thai vou
will consider Ibis m.itlei I have men.
scduj' i ou some time ago AIIIioiikIi
Hie anp' ,, Ich jiiii have takc.i
Is a sou in uellsui on ni ii.irl but 1
see no other vvaj of iiiiholdlu such
olilli'iitlon I will smiitlnu such oi
utoiy affairs In tho Shenvood fon-st
of l.liuoln ilegiee, and hum; thai lime
will exist In the hoi' bunds of matt I-
lUirn), I have mjisblc'red vour well-to-do
affair to a initnln extent, and
hao bated mv wliolu inffalis within
ou, hut 1 have cupic to the conclu
lion mai tun miecllou will soon van sh
as t '. lllght exists, mid as sprlnutlmo
exists in this cieatlou, so our liopu
uiuy iiu amuo uy sucu osamjile, where
IIiIb dall Jlle, ainilate all others nf
talis. You have laid vour Jilnn before
me on the nuderstuudlUR that It will
souu mature Into one whole nilnlaliiie
and now I contend thai tho whole nf
falis which vou bespeak of will soon
end up In dlstiess. I liuve recouclh.il
lliat It waB UiniUKh jou that my whole
lonsolntlon have liein bewlldcied with
wild ji.iat, but as beiicvoleuco will
unite was Into liobinn rrlenilsblj). I
tecullcct h tliu iidmonltloii of few
lurniu, thai )oa will not adhere jour
lileas; altlioiiRli vou have Iickkit of me
nil several occasions, that we must db
utinlu ouiselves fitim such emotion,
but tills luoruliiR I administer the fact.
which iibllKutlon ou have sjioken by
the words of mouth. Is In vain.
I inereiore conclude ni) ojiiuloii on
Hie siiujeci, anil none thai 1 may bu
favoied with an earls leulv
With complements to .mil iu bosom,
James Dixon Avciy petitions the
i'edeial Com I tu ailjuilge blm u bunk
lupt and rulcihti It! tit f i inn bis nubil
ities, which iiik giiatly In excess of
his assets The forniei, ai cording lu
the bcbedi.le attached lu thu petition,
amount lu $0087 C5, divided uniinig
many Individuals and linns, while the
ussets amount lo on!) (M3G.9S.
Stcietary Atkinson, ut the direction
of tho Governor, this morning sent a
cablu to Delegate Kublo inngiatulatln
til tu on the lesults of Ills work lu Con
dress for Hawaii during the hesslou
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The (luvurnor's mcssagi on nppulnt-
nieiitv. which wire tu in ainrmed '
at... ....... . ... a.1 .... . at. I.. ..ri..-
IIII DtllillV, lin lltVII lll III ID iiiivi-
hint Ii) 11 vote or 1. lo 7 The nauim, .
iurii.ii v.iiiiu 111.1. v ..iiiiiisn.fi .u ...in
den. Woods. .Mukckuii Mi Cm tin 11111I1
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(hlllliicwnrth move.) In .lifer n.lloti
on the appointment of L. U KVIIokk'"1" 'I''1' "t that be Isn't"
lor CouiniisHloiiei uf AkiIiiiUuiu until ' The trouh't) arose over the matter
Kilcluj at 2 ji. in I of those unexpended upiuoprlatlons
The followliiK cleiilon Inspictors, lmll ,j ,u. aBl .0Klnliiture Thu
wen; not lonlliinu.l II C Oveiid.i. ,,,. W111,H , , ,mt , . lc
of Maul dead. Iluirv (hj;soii of Kail, ,,.., ...,. ,,..,,.. , , , ,
i..,.,c...i v i. i.,,.. ,.r Mi .... 'Pernor directed his heads of de-
moved, H. ilnncb-iK. Maul, rimmed Prtiiu-ntK not to use icrlaln appro-
l.mn! objeeted tu i: M W.ilsou. In- Prlatluus. mid a irsoliitlon liitiodm-
peclor of the Tlflli, as he was not u'ld by Ulio InterroK.itliiK thu (lovern-
resldclil thereof. The l'lftb wantril lor fell the matter was passed by thu
men from lis own pieelncis. I lliiise.
Mi Curt hy usliod It thuvwas aHiilnit
he hivV - V
lUin; said It was not buiVlt vfiis thu
RtiriiKiieil ciisioiii. wiiilu luiii uccii
ufatcil! J V
McCariliyn said tliailMbt-i,ovuiiior
had tilet loibiflect Uys bcsf'uii'U. Tho
men liu had nj.i1iitid wehi nil houur
nblt Kciitlcmen,., A tsiuire ileal was
wanted, and tlulilnul nut been given
In previous electlonulj v
I l..w. .11.1, .. .. ,.l...l ... t It .!.....
iii.j..-i.ivii. ,iiiiii(-u i.iiiii.n tk iii.-iu
were' mil euolleh honorable liiuu In the
IHviKctt'pnlil he understood that
Jtnt had iiothlUR hkiiIiisI Walsoti pep
ume said he had not.
..Makekau iiiovcd lo defer iiitlmi uu- .i.iu ...... ,ii,..,t,..i i ,r
til Prld.i Carried Ll.lu;l w"8 ' ' ctUd "' wr
The biime nciloii was tuki n for the! "'i""r nklnB lor ti mo.
lis tuki n lor tliei
Banii) reasons, with the naiuu of W II.
Urowu, Thus C Kttuiiji, J. J Hvine,'
K A .Moll-Sinllh, U J. Wurreu and ,
W II .McLilUa
The mime of II O While, louimlb
sinner of femes of Cwa and Walauae,
was ilererml until l'ltda), as he was
not a resident of llano dlstilits, hut
It was lain on uiullriued
All the mad bu.ud j'lpolntiueut
weie not loullimed us them was no
mine need for such board under the
Dowsclt wauled to kuovv If It werj
corrcil to iiiiillrm the uumluatlons of
aliens Tbeie wire aliens alnoiiK tho
Queen's Hospital truslcs. He usked
Smith for his oplnlou.
Smith was mil sure nbout tho mut
ter. Hie loiiflrmalloiis of T C. Davles
and I:. W .Ionian wero then reeourld-
cied and action defeiri'd until Tilda)
(Special Bulletin Wireless)
Nawlllwlll, Kauai, .March fl Tlieiu
are Beveiul lases of dliihtheria at Ka
ipaa linen deaths have occurred and
the fnnilllea iiio ipiaruntliied
is not particular, but to
buiglars your silverware
and other valuables are
alone desirable. They do
not caie about yourself.
Provide, therefore, a home
for these.valuables in one of
our cafe deposit boxes, the
rent of which is SO cents a
Fort St. Honolulu
ii ... i ,. a in ...I!., W0V- it
! AIM jljlNi
'I he lloiihu uf Representatives does)
., . , i.e. 1 tU. i It l,u 1 . a a I
""'. """" l"v " """ '"" "l",l"i
w" iroperjreicct 1 the (lot ei nor,
mm u 1e1.e1uH.aiH luiiiuiiu ueciueiii).
"Tim (lovernor oiikIiI to act more.
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iihu n limn., H.11'1 lauillll I Ilia llioril
..'.. . . .. "'" .' ' .. ,l,u .".".
1 iiiMir inn no lit mil iiittit.r,ifiiitii
Ihluir. hut be Is not He may think
' "iBKcr uilill Hie House. UUl lie
,....,. .,.,,,...1,.,, tlln nveriioi- sent
down a message In reply but in thu
opinion of the lleprcMHiUitivei It
was no, leply The (lovornor merely
slated Hint he had warned the I.ck-
Islaturo thai the money would mil be
spent If it were .ippioprlated, mid hn
had not spent it
That brought on tho storm, and
Itlee, Kmillio and Sheldon each t6ok
cr"cl llt 1"H "xfllency, oxiiresslnB
In vlpirous terms their opinion .of
his disrespectful treatment ut the
House Somu of the meinlmrs want
id a hot reply sent hack, but other
iidnsels Dually prevailed, mid the
Ilo lu the
nifip.i . t.. tt.it. i
" " . -" -
"' sausiaciurj cxpi.inallon ur his
rensona for IiimiiIIiir tho moiioy.
A Weird 1.1
I ur mnie 1 canon cuu.,1 r (ho
llepresentntives seem lo havo 11 In
for thu Attorne) (leneral's Uepart
meiit, and they ale doliiK all tile)
i an to make things liuiomforlablu
for that olllce.
Thin moriiliiK the .liidli lary Com
mittee, of wnlcli Haw lias Is chair
man, lepurttd hack to the Housu thu
hill rostrlctlijK Teiiltorl.il and Coun
ty ollkers from iiraetlcliiK law oh
their own iui.umit The bill Is aim
ed at thu Attorne (icneral, but If It
pusses it will have un effect not
thought nf by the originator. Its
passage would mean not only that
the Attorney (icneral anil Ills depu
ties may not appear as attorne)! in
e hit cases on their own account, hut
also that they may not appear for
the Territory lu biicIi cases. Thu bill
us amended by the Judiciary Com
mittee, piohlblts County und Terri
torial olllcera from appearing In "any
civil case," In the Territory.
Hawlins urged thu adoption of thu
committee s leport Hu said that he did
not believe tint ofllccrs of tho Terri
tory should be allowed to dovoto any
part of their time to their own prl
vnto business, us the affairs of tho
Tcirltory might sufTur thorcby.
ItawlliiH said Hint lie was leudy to
uduilt that tho Attorney General U
underpaid, mid If any one would Intro
jduce a lesoliitluu raising the Attui
I ney General's pi fiom (300 a inoulh
; In (37S. bu would support it. Hut hu
I did not think that It was wise to lib
I low thu Government ollleers to pine-
lice on their own hook.
' The committee tejiort vvns deferred
I until tomonow for nitlou.
Attorne) General J'eteis, when told
of thu action of llio Jiidliiur) Com
lliiltlee, n.t that II wus good Joku
!'i ho passage of thu bill, lie said, would
limply legislate the Attorney Gener
al's utlliu out of existence, ho fin ua Its
iim to the Tenltoiy is rmurrnvil, as
lis 1'ieinliors would noUlio able to ap
pear for the Territory In any civil
i use tliut might lomu up lu which the
Tetillor) might huvu uu Interest.
I'eleis ulsu btutid tbut hu thought
(Continued on Pagt S)
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp S? Co ,
.ttv. -.,. .
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March fi. Judge Dunne bcfoie whom Abe
Ruef is being tried, has disiegardcd Judge Kcbbard s writ of error,
which takes Rucf's case to the Supreme Court, and has ordered that the
Ruef trial proceed. Officers were unable to satisfy the order, whereupon
the Judge fined the defendant and ordered his $50,000 bail forfeited.
ST PETERSBURG, Rusiin, Mnich 5 The second Douma of Rus-
.!- I ,-l- i.l. li.
sin upeucu iuuity vviiii uiiiui; tcicuieiiv
tion in lionur of the Social deputies.
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''WASHIN0T0N, D. C, March 5.'
Governor Wr.Jtlnou of Porto Rico
will become Assistant Scuetary of
the Treasury under Cortclyou. R.
Post will succeed Winthrop as Gov-
ernor of Porto Rico.
Itesli II "I I'ost was limn in
New oi . i Jan S, 1S"U He
Kradii.ilei! nun Harvard In lS'H
.mil took u,i the study of law lie
was a member uf the Iiwer Hun
of the New York Leglslatuiu lu lSUU-
ItMMl, when I'lesldcnt llooievelt was
lioveriior of the Stale, ami was ap
pointed Auditor uf i'orto Itltu in
DON'T F0R0U Y0UK FRIENDS
Leave an order for a box of choice
Pineapples or u bunch of selected
Take A Trip
On Board a.Siiip
or play a game of tennlt Our $1.50 WHITE CANVAQS or our
$4.50 WHITE BUCKSKIN ULUCHER OXFORDS, rubber tolet and
heelc, fit perfectly both the foot and the occasion.
And all men who wear white garment should secure a pair of
our $3 50 CANVASS or our $5.50 DUCKSKIN OXFORDS. To dress
In good taste white shoes are necessary with white clothes.
1051 Fort Street
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xueic win u i;rcai iicjnuimia- v"
YOKOHAMA, Japan, Mnich 5.
Tl'c pastengeis and crew or the
Gicat Northern liner Dakota have
been landed The vessel cannot be
aid and is probably a total loss,
LONDON. Eng., March 5, A. Co
nan Doyle, the author, is seriousl)
ill from ptomaine poisoning.
POTTSVILLE, Pa., Maich 5. An
explosion of dynamite in the store
house of the Richards colliery injur
ed 40 persons today.
PUERTO C0RTEZ. Honduras,
March fl. President Bouilla will ns
sume command of the army that lias
suffered tenons defeat at the hands
of the Nicaraguans.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
'Phone Main 282
01 b vi
Will Be )
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