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VOL. X. NO. 3387
New Year Is Happily Greeted
Krjlaae. &i9l iaflU iSIIw
If lllO HlU'ClS of 1 1 OIK ll ill tl Well' Ml
Mulct this iiiiirnl.is th.'l tliu occasional
futile poji of :i rmnll flro cracker
toiiiult'il like (h beginning of u hum
Ijui ilmoiit h n hostile fieri, ll was not
lircaiirc tho liiun was dead, ll wim
only Klef-iiltiR. It needed the sleep, ll
had boon culoln tiling.
Tlio dieniny, fitr-uwny loo': In tliu
nv(.s of tliu few si Higglers who
blrollt'il slowly along tliu OlIlUIWlvu
dusorlod llioiounlifarcs wis not mi ex
pression or tiidiicss. II was merely
lOlHlspoCllVO. TIlO.V luul been cell)-
Innllng tliu lilrtli of 11 now jear.
Tli" King It dead; long llu lliu
Al 12 o'clock l.i hi night olil K In w
:i)07 was iciiiii'i-cii to iiin rmiior.i ami
King I'.l'iS irlgned In lilx btead.
Thero uro few who liolil any grudgo
against the ileceiiKo.il. Ilo was a pret
ty koi Hi clil follow, ouii If wo lllll
PIIV.'I lit llllll KumillllllUH. Illlt III! Ill
(lojnl now, mill if llieiu nro few to-iM
idiod (nor liln gr.uu, It Is not Unit lui
1 1- nut Mildly roinoniboi-cd, but Hint
lh bonow at losing lilin Js morn than
i'lilaiiccil b the Joy of giccllng I1I3
Vol', the town w.irf drowning of tliu
past nml of the futurci but mora of the
liihuo than 0MI10 piist.
-ir King 18ns has lf2(l.3iif klcK ennj;
Ins iimr bis reception, liu would lmvo
to li.' ,1 iulghl giouch fellow. Hut
hoNloosn't look it. Ilo woro n pictty
gonial- kiiiIIu when ho walked In nt
uildiihjht. Ami ho im certainly lie
curded a iiijnl vo'cunu'. Cannon
irnchi-i-H boomed. Hells rang. Whis
tles ami sliens roared nml shrieked.
Ami ucrybndy cMendcd a Imml (o
his neighbor ami s'dd "Hippy Now
I111II10 cliuiclicii irarrtf ascended
ami liyiuuu of praloo woro sung. Al
tlio hotulK ami In liio rustuurnntti anil
bars coika poipcil anil Jojouu rool
lira shouted "Happy New Year.
Piosl!" flvcry mat ami wonmn
nru'lcil tliu liiciiinlni; year atconllni;
.In hla or lior own fnslilon or tonipor
iiinont, nllli uoier 11 ucict for Hie ohl
If any lillo W1M Kll foiilfut iih to ko
to boil b.fnro lulilulKli', the ,ut Inunt
liuu boon lozrcltoil, for thoio was no
flocp for tlio Ict-p. Tin1 air was too
full of Jcijinib conn 1. Hcsliloa tlio
illiKlilK of IipIIh, lilowluK of whlstlcH
..ml cxploblon of cannon crackers,
I here was the music of the New Year
piigawii ri nim'uuirkAiiBJKHmmmmaBmmmtmtamammmmmK
oiks Don't Me the
No, but the man makes
ytyll HAT IS, he selects and
vycu wnui Hui ui a. jiiuu iiu is uy mi: eioincs uc cnooacs
You've heard "No one but a millionaire or a beirirar
could afford to dress like that man!" The millionaire does it for
dibplny the bognr because ho has to. The other fellow gets the
very be3t clothe3 ho can afford they are a business asset to him.
When ho scea "Alfred B:njamin & Co." on a suit, he knows
that the material nnd tailoring tire both the best that can be had
anywhere for the price.
Conic anil see our select stock of men's and boys' suits and
overcoats. Latest styles, bcautifvl materials.
EKASH COMPANY, LTD.,
COP.NETt FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Here's to our many, patrons
3:80 O'CLOCK Forget 1907; the only year worth whileis908 EDITION
tinkers In (lie air. ISncthr.jfleil by
their leceptlou on ClulKtinns lruhiK,
lauilsi of c.irollors wnuilureil llinniRli
tlio sheets, sIukIiik the sweet soims
of Hawaii .
I Toiluy, after koIIIiik n fow liours
uleop. oerjliuily 'Is colebratlni; In
I t-otno wny. lanuary 1, 1008, Is n sail
'liny for the plKs, for theio nro luaim
belli? clveli In every section of tlio
illy. In Mime pails of town the oilor
of toast plR iisceuils Into tlio atnios
photo from alniiwt every house, while
those who me not glvhiR liinus tlietu-
t.ehes nro traveling nbout from one to
uuothor of IIioko belim Riven by their
Uverywhoro Is t!iu spirit of Joy.
Uveii lliu laily Alio nnmo early this
liioi'nliiK ami went oiilslilu the house
to throw a hk.1; IhrouRh the window
at her hutiliiinil wan not nulninlod by
llblialuio. Silo was merely bubbling
over with enthusiasm anil wished to
.-oiiso her sleep) spou-e to .1 realiza
tion of what day It Is.
The prospects nro that the n.Uaii-
rnnlH and tliu dining rooms of tlio
l.otelH will be crowded nt tliu dinner
hour toiilslit. Many n family that
was counlliiK on IkivIiik mast turkey
nt homo wllU'llhor have lo get alont;
on Falad and cnM meat, or go (. n
public. dlning.pl.ifo., For.tho Japunorn
ct)oksaiu not worklnK'toiliiy," Tfi'o
sons nml dainlilors of Nlpism arc eel
ebratliiB Iho advent nf tlio uw ycn.r
ultli even iiioru enthirklasm tluin linolo
(ir'.Hnwnllan. .Cook and wash illshon
f,n Now Year's day? Perish the
tlm'ur.lit. There Is ncitliliiK dolni; In
the .culinary lino so fur us they are
concerned. Kiery slnnt-eyed subject
of tlio Mikuilo is togged out III Ills ot
l.cr holiday hl-st and btioutluK banzai
to beat thu' band. Cook? Well, not
There weru all sorts of celebrations
lust night. At Iho .Moan 11 a danco
was given at which local society was
present In furcu. Kaal'a oichostra, on
tlio balcony ot the dining room, dis
coursed music wlilch sent the danccr.i
wlilrlliiK throiiKli the ontliuslaRllo twn
step or gliding ulong tlio floor In tlio
dreamy waltz. Thu crowd was of
just the right-size so that thu floor
was comfortably filled without being
crowded, and Iho wonthcr could not
hnvo been belter suited to tliu occa
sion if It had been furnished to in dor.
The liolcl was appropriately decorat
ed, mill lliu trees In thu enclosures
(Continued on Page 3)
the clothes he wears
pays for them. You can tell Pretty
Richard Charged With
The famous Ilnrelo estnle, which n
couplo of ears ugo biought P. I).
Kollott to grief. Id ngalii the cnuso of
trouble. Tills (lino It Is Wni. Snidge,
who Hticctcdcil Kellctt ns trustee, who
tins filed a suit ngalnst Anions Well
urd, n prominent member of tlio local
Portuguese community, who lind
rharge of thu nffiilrs of the eslnlo bo
lore Kellctt, charging him with hat
ing done the estate out of tloon
through fiaudiileut transactions,
Thu suit Is filed by Win. Bavldgo as
trustee of Iho Huretu estate uud tlio
Patriotic Exercises At
Mounted on 11 beautifully decorated
easel, tliu portraits of their Imperial
Majesties, thu nmpcrnr nnd Kmpicss
of .Inpim were placed 011 n platform In
lliu reception hall nf Iho Jnpuncsu
Consulate (ioncral this forenoon.
To start tha 'lew year well, Jnpan
csu Couiiil nml Mndiun Balto giue 11
Now Year reception lit the Cotisulatu
Oenurnl In Japiincnc. Sallo wore
civilian attire, with 11 medal of his
rank on his breast. Mndnmu Baltn
was In her silk dress nnd looked cry
.ittructlvo. Thoy weru assisted In re
ceiving guestsby Secretaries Tsuchl
)u, Ichlkawn, Nngaziiwn ami Ito of thu
Consulate. As the guests arrived (hey
would first stnYid before the Imperial
portraits and salute lliein, after which
they weru lecelved by Consul
(icncral mid Madamu Balto.
The hall was not dec-united, except
the portion v, hero tlio Imperial por
tralt'i wcio placed. In the absenco of
Iho Hoyal llnwnllaii band, thu now
JupancKO baud, iiiadu Its first public
appearance and played llrst Iho .liiv
nnobo natlomil iinthein, followed by
several iipproprlutu selections. Hand
master Dol and his boys wcro In uni
form uud remained standing during
thu reception. At nbout 10:30 o'clock
thu musicians left tlio hull, lifter they
had been complimented mid thanked
by Consul Salto,
Tho reception commenced ut a
o'clock nnd ended nt 11.
Among thobu who paid their re-i-pvcts
to (he Kmpeior mid IC111 press
nt Japan, Ihtnugh Consul (leticrnl and
Mndnmo Salto, wcro Y. Akal, Dr. Ml
tiiiniirn, Dr. Ilalda, 8. KoJImn. K. Iso
shlmii, Yiuiiiiinolo, Mori, Oslilum, Ilo,
.1. Aral, T. Murakami, a. Qzukl, Oka
z.ikl, Ynnckurn, Dr. Katsuuuni.i, Dr.
Oyama, S. II. Fujiyama, Ktikurodn.
l Jf M K it, fi K It K X 5t K it J5 3C X U
Owen Holt telephoned to tho police
Million this noon that 11 small flro
had oceiined nt Yco Keo's Kioto nt
Iwllcl. Tho bla.o was extinguished
by neighbors without calling out tho
YOUR 0REDIT when you
sign a bond as surety for a
friend. You JEOPARDIZE
The provision that a man
has made for his family is
often wiped out after his
death by loss on a bond
signed by him.
Refer him to the
l-..Foil -St. Bcnolnl"
OF. HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1. 1908
beneficiaries under thu will nnd Iho
trust formed thereunder. It is shown
Unit Hlchard Antono, alias Autone
Hlchnrd, was iiipolntcd executor ol
thu estate on August 30, 1897, and
that ho served In that capacity until
October 8, moil, when his accounts
ucro approved nnd ho was dlsclinrged.
On December 17, 1D00. P. I). Kellctt
vtns appointed trustee of tlio estate.
Mid on August .10, 1903, liu was suc
ceeded by SavliFiff.
The complainant allege that 0110
(Continued oPage 3)
') lo. T Suiulda, Kobayasbl. Yamn-i.hlri-.
Y. Aid, W. Motoshige. Knwa
tmra. Yamamoto, Tushlio, Arngl, Yn
Mil nml in.itiy others. The only for
tlguer present wns Prof. M. M. Scotl.
8 1II0, when seen, expressed Ids
pleasure In seeing for Iho first time
the Japanese baud In action. "1 am
glad to know Hint tliu Jnpnncpo band
can play to well' lo concluded.
Aside from this reception, tho Jap
anese schools wero holding nppioprl
Mo exercises for tho new year this
forenoon. At Iho Nuiiunu school thu
children were given 11 plain and In-i-tructhe
address. The singing wyis
excellent and tho leachern were very
much pleased wlili tho success of
their pupils. At tho Mollllll school,
Principal B. Taiiaku was compliment
ed by tho parents ot tho children, who
iro 120 In number. Tho plaing ol
tho Hccordcon by Susses Mrisal Yn-
sakl, Tomoe Yamaguchl and Ilatsujo
Mlyiiknwa was very tdensing to the
After thu singing Hie children
showed their skill In drilling. They
vcro loudly applauded. At tliu Kii
knako school tho pupils wero busy
Kinging, speechinuklug mid gymnastlr
exorcises, all of which weru well ac
complished. "Klmlga-yn", the Japan
ese national nnthem, was sung In
uvcry school, and from tho youngest
lo tho oldest, every subject of the Mi
kado celebrated Now Year's day In
Minwlng his respect to his liniwrlal
sovereign. Tho decorations nt every
homo wcrft typically Japanese, and
thu Hags of the Itlslng Sun weru con
tplciiously displayed over their roofs
1111I In front of tho doors.
The handicap men's doubles tennis
tournament, which started this
morning on the courts of tlio Pacific
Tennis Club, bioiight out tho best
players of tho club and great interest
was shown by thu contestants. Up to
12:3U tho following matches had
been played off, bilnglng tlio con
test up to tho seml-llnnl stngo: A,
T. Ilrock nnd W. Williamson beat W.
P. Uoth and S. M. Ilallou, 8-6, 7-5,
!'. II, Atherton nnd (Ico, Watcrhoubo
bent W. II. Ilnbbltt nnd A, Afong,
(.-4, 0-3, C. M. Cooko nnd II. Cooko
Lent J. P. Cooke and Dr. lllanchard,
8-fl, fi-7, G-0; V. K. Btecro nnd It. D.
Mead beat J, Waterliouso and W, II,
Dabbltt, 3-fi, 0-0, B-l; V. C. Atherton
nnd (Ico. Wntcrhouso bent A. T.
Ilrock and W. Williamson, 0-J, 6-1,
Tho scuil-flnni mutch, between 0. M.
Cooko nnd II. Cooko vs. Htcero and
Mead, was stopped nt liiuch-tlruo with
each sldo having ono set.
Property and Income Tax Schedules
for 1S03 can be had upon application
at the Tax office.
regulations do not interfere with our
(.hipping of selected Wahiawa Pine
apples to the Coast. Next lot per
S. S. Hiloniari, Dec, 31st. Leave your
ISLAND FHUIT CO.,
72-S. King. Phone 15.
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BI.DOAji
ay they live long and prosper
Fun - makers Parade
TEAMS GETTING READY
3UNCH OF PECULIARITIES WILL
Oil, what n fuunlnessl Oh, what
Joy! when the fitr-fnmcd carnival
milters man lied down tha street
tilts afternoon. Bouibro uud solemn
vins every face, sad and sober (beast
ly sober) was every man of tho
(irnnd Hnsemble, for each and every
0110 nf them realized that It was up
to lilin as 1111 obligation of duty to
make good In tho way of making
bides ache with laughter, and a good
fun-provokcr never makes merry nt
Ills own "Jokes."
Led by tho Hospital Corps, for, ac
cording to lnllltnry etiquette, soldiers
Fhoutil never follow buffoons (any
way, Sam Johnson wouldn't stand for
It, mid he ought to know, ch7), tho
(irnnd Parade marched down tho
street. "King" Walter Doyle, tho
"Papa" of tho party, In n Prlnco Al
bert borrowed from Un Whltchouso
uud 11 silk hut stolen from Ous Mur
phy, was tho second In tlio line, fol
low'cd by Jimmlo Dougherty, Johnnii
lluchley (pronounced with an um
laut, and not lleckloy), 0 Cor go
O'Neill and Jack Ilergstrom at tho
famous llttlo German Hand yust
n roil 11 1 der kornor, "Doc" Monsarrat,
bravely trying to twiddlo tho drum
major's baton for Prof, llergor's music-makers,
and last, but far from
least, (aino the roil clowns. I.. B.
Conncss, as a nioui.cy, wita n decided
hit. "Con" says that liu chose, thu
part to savo himself tho troublo ot
really making up for a part. (Wo
don't dispute It.)
The following hunch ot slush wns
dished up and hashed nut by "Papa"
Doylo us tho only official nnd correct
line-ups of thu biig-hnusa ball-benders.
Hero ll Is:
"AM. HOW-AUK-YKIl" THAM
Capt. IM1II0 Architectural Dulsen
(Contlnued on Page S)
Tlio Hoard of Supervisors held a
meeting this morning, It being pro
vided by thu County Act that 11 meet
ing must always bo held ou tho llrst
Wednesday of ovury month. In ordor
to comply with this provision tho
meeting wns held, but no buslncsi
wns transacted beyond tho culling ot
tho roll, which showed Chairman
Ilustacc, Dwlght, Harvey and Torn
is incomplete without a rub
Germs, dirt, and odor can.
not stay in it.
Sizes 50 cts. to $1.00.
National New Year
Reception At Capitol
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 1. Iho rceular New Year's rcccntion at
the White House was largely attended
Year reception of President Roosevelt.
Attsll To Win
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl Jan. 1. Moron weighed intoday two ounces
over Attell and given 250 additional.
1 1 m
Hughes Asks For
New York Reforms
ALBANY, U. Y Jan. 1. The New York Legislature convened to
day. Governor Hughes in his message calls for many rcfonns.
Of Tacoma Arrested
TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 1. Three prominent Japanese contractors
have been arrested here for obtaining $4000. under false pretenses.
MAJOR PHILLIPS TRIES HORRIBLE MURDER
LONDON, England, Jan. 1. Major Coates Phillips committed sui
cide today after an attempto kill his divorced wife and his family.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. 31. BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 0 3-4d. Par
I ty, 4.00 cents. Previous quotation.Os. 10 l-2d.
M Yi'o i!
Phono 831 and reserve tables for
jour Now Year's dinner nt tho Sea
side Tho K. Kant glco club will fur
nlsh music throughout dinner and for
tho danco Immediately following. A
cordial Invitation Is o'.eniled to nil
trlends of tho Seaside, no.! overy pos
sible effort to inuku thu evening an cn
Jnyablo ono will bo mado by thu ui.'in-
California Oyster Cot-Mat!
Consommu en 'I -issn
Celery Haiti! Almond
WE'VE KEPT QUIET
till we could have them all ready for you, that fresh shipment of
the new-style Swing Last shoe, with the new, pointed toe. -
They are all made of imported stock, with the Military heel,
and they are built in the very latest style. We have been waiting
to show them to you.
Men's TAN RUSSIA, TWO-BUCKLE OXFORD, the best shoe
anywhere, for $5.00. ATk for No. 500.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Plione 2V
You can't lift a retail business
out of a smallnefehborhood orbit
unleii you Advertlic. Publicity i
t. Til HhIm MaJIMB f VwkMH. ?
1 .111. Will; iIUIIII Ut A.AJIOU"
lion. When the masses are in
formed that you actually exiit,
that you have goods to tell, that
you offer inducements to the pur
chaser, then your trade grows.
This lesion has been learned by
Every Merchant Who Advertises
in the EVENING BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS
today. This is the seventh New
The betting is two to one on Attell.
1 Pickled Walnuts
I Cucumbers JoiiitniM Mlguosi
j Lamp Chops a la Soubhi
Ornngo l'i liters no Ithum
Drolled Island Squab on Toast
Cnullflo-cr In Cronm
Hokcd Sweet Potatoeii
Now Stowed Tomatoes Kronen Pens
Rormou Pudding, Wlno Sauci
Tuttl rmttl Ico Croam
lloqucfort, Swiss and American Cliecso
Fruit Nuts and RnlslnR
Happy New Year, '08. Seaside Hotel,
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