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The Merchant of Honolulu
8:80 O'CLOCK & 1908 right Advertise in the Bulletin EDITION'
who did the most business during ;
the holidays are the men who
took lots of Advertising Space in
So far, not one of our patrons
has complained of the holiday
That's A Qood Sign
VOL. X. NO: 3S88
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2.H908
Dr. T. Alll.iimiM wld
i dtrcnu'red n
shed tm Do
1 n letter of
ilmlcrn r.u.1- cm rilverl
comlior 20. Ii.ii tiTchii
IIi.iiiIih ft t tn l'rcslili'iit
(il tho Hoard nf Ilcalll
Tlio letter rends .is follow a:
JL-ccniber Hnth, IS07.
Dr. T. Mllnnimii, Ilonolulit. T. II.
Dear Sir: 1 desire to thank jnn fur
jour prompt ami accurate, diagnosis
inn) report tn the Uwrtl of Health of
' Hio-cseo of clidlorn ili'i ovcicd Decern-
Vuiy tospcU fully,
(Signed) l..,K. I'INKIIAM.
President Hoard of Health.
"I am mv much pleased with the
terclpt of thin letter," sahl Mltamura.
"Of rourrc. when I vftljeil tho prcm-ln-H
on ltrter street. I found that tho
leople who wcro living thero wore In
a critical roudltlon. All kinds of na
tionalities, excopt Japanese, woro
they. They weio erowdi.d. K.inelnn,
the nun who died of olern, was
there In un unconscious million, ills
,lfo has now rccotcru II ail that
rholeia enso not been i vered, It
would lmo caused inticl:, i. iiible. Tho
Hoard of Health certainly did good
' " . li
Itoscuhurg'K tilala at; to 'brgln
next ,Moud.i. The naluie of the cane
against lilm is I ml It n led by the fuel
that all of the boys fioiu whom he In
alleged to have bought stolen prop
crt, mid whom thcjilllc lain liellcvo
l.o Kent out In sleMl for lilm, huto
coiifocied and will he tho thief wit
nesses ngninst lilm.
l.ouls FJniRoff, one of the gnng of
lon chnrged with Htc.illiiK from the
Hulled States warehouse and helling
thy plunder tir Jncoli ItiMcnburg. wag
to have Imjmi tiled this moinlug', 'Iluf
ha changed his nAnd, tind.KfallowltiK
the example of his iihi;i 11I611H, 'ijlo.ul
cd guilty, lie will he sentenced to
' I'ardui sa'jK'he Is not n candidate,
for l'erklns' il.iu; but will not say
that be would' liot iiicepl It orfcrcU
jtjry" Fine Job Prlntlnc t tho But
"Clothed Don't Make the
; No, but the ma
WWF$ HAT I!), lie select nn-l pays for them. You can tell Pretty
Bj Well what sort of a man he is by the, clothes he chooses
pffL to wear.
You're heard "No one but a millionaire or a beggar
could afford to dress like that man!" The millionaire does it for
display tho beggar because hs has to. The other fellow gets the
very btst clothes hr can affoid they, are a business asset to'him
When he sees "Alfred Benjamin & Co." on a suit, he knows
that the materiel and tailoring arc both the best that. can be had
anywhere for the pnre.
Come and see our select stock of men's and boys' suits and
overcoats. Latest styles, beautifi'l materials.
CORNER PORT AND loTEL
"If the Homo Utile party decides
to inn 11 candidate for Major It will
probably be old man Kulauokalanl,"
mid Ohus. K Nnllcy, the Homo Hulo
leader thin morning, f '
"No; 1 am not going to run for It
mjtelf," (ontlnued Notlcy In answer
tn u question lis to whether ho had
any aspirations In that line. "Nor do
1 intend to inn for Delegate. It Is
my opinion that tho man who Is to I10
Muor fchouid linvo had sumo legal ex
perience, no thnl'ho will he In a posi
tion to know which ordinance, to
L veto and which to pass, Kalauoka-
Innl has had soma cxpcrlenco with tho
lav, and I think that ho would bo tho
best canilliliftn tlio Hume Hulo party
(oulil bolccl. "
Wlilld tho llmno Ilulo party thua
lias ut least one uuulldnto to consid
er, nml tlio Republican ranks contain
tcveial aBplianti, no Democrats have,
been mentioned, with tlio exception
ot I "rank Harey. It 13 possible that
laukca may be suggested for tho nom
ination, hut this Is suio to meet with
great, and probably suvceWul, oppc
hlllou, iih the Democrats tliombclves
admit that the Sheriff Is not Hourly
us ntrnng politically now an, ho was at
tlio tlmo of hfs election.. ' 1
In this connection dt Is ot-'lntcrost
that Link Mctitndtcss vwlll probably
appear as a convert mldJoln tho Doirt'
ocratic enmp "beforo tho next cam
paign. Jt.ls reported on good author
ity that tlio cxSenalon conBldYi'H
Ihnt ho)ias not rcpclved fair treat
ment at' 'the linnds'tif tho Hopublleniis,
mid that he has decided to Join tlio
1 mailer party.
"it Is too early to talk politics
now," 'said MiCaudlcsn, when asked
about tho matter this noon. "I would
rather that jou would como and see
1110 about It later nn. At present you
ran say that I neither admit or deny
In tho matter of V J. Lowrle'it big
1 ult ngnlust II, I. Dalduln and tlio
Castles, a niotlnnwaH fllod this inorn
lug nu behalf of curtain of tho defend
antH that llia.phtlntlft bti cojnpclled to
glvu Hecurltyiiud bonds In tlio' Sum f
$1S,0IC for tho roslB of 'court, find
Ihnt proceedings bo sUiycd until this
)a ilonu. j
Oar BULLETIN ADS. PAY
the clothes he wears
Resigns To Be Manager
With tliu end of tlio old year W. y.
Harris, the lco-prcsldcnt of tho firm
of Lowers & Cooke, sovored Ills con
r.cjrtlon with tho firm, with which ho
l'ns been fof about seventeen yers.
Ho took this step In order Hint lie
might dcwito nil bis tlmo to tlio nffalrs
of tho Hawaiian .Mahogany & Lumber
Company, or which he Is tlio manager.
Last Tuesday afternoon tho cm
plojcs of tho firm, with whom Harris
wns very popular, gathered together
In the main ofllco and presented lilm
with n magnificent reading lamp, for
tho purchaso of which they had sub
scribed. An old Hawaiian, named K
hnu, who has been In tho employ of
tho firm for ocr thirty joars, made
tho presentation speech, which Is said
to Imvo becn'milto abovo tho ordinary
President V. J: Lowrey of I.owers &
Cooko stated this noon that it had
not ct been decided who would suc
ceed Harris In the portion of lcc
president of tho concern. This mat
ter would bo decided upon at the next
meeting of tlio Hoard of Directors.
' ' inter your birds at Poultry Show.
Tlicy will lay better.
FREflfl TtTaRRIVE :
.. ON JANUARY 12
.A cable message was received yes
terday by Acting (ioveinor Mbtt
Smith from Oovernor I'renr, Bent'
from Ogdon, wishing htm n Happy
New Year, nnd convoying tho Infor
mation that I'rear will nrrlvo ut San
Kranclsco tomorrow night. Tlio Gov
ernor will sail on tho Manchuria, ar
riving hero January 12, nliout n week
later tlitin lie expected to nrrlvo. Ills
departuic from tho Xlnst was unavold
Tho United Chlncso Society held its
aunusl rlertlon lA.nl night. It was
ronducteil tn 11 very orderly mannor,
tho officers of tho past year being re
elected us follows: Chit Oom, presi
dent J Ho Ton, vlco president; Chang
Klin, Hngllsh secretary; Cbong Jack
Ial, Chinese secretary.; Lau Tnng,
treasurer; "Duo Kul Snug, assistant
Woik on tho erection of tho now
High School building Is to commence
nt onco nnd bo pushed to completion.
Contractor Chalmers, accompanied by
Superintendent llahbttt, will go to
tho Macrtcns lots this afternoon to
stnka out tlio foundations, nnd tho
work of hauling material for the
building will bo begun next Satur
YOUR CREDIT 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
Forli St. Hcnololn
Wants $35,785 From
Trustee Of Queen
Tho Queen's Hospital, by W. W.
North, Its trea'urcr and through A.
O. M. HobcrJ&on, as attorney, has
brought suit against llrucc Cart
wright, trustee under tho will of Km
mn Knlclconalnnl, deceased, Lucy
I'cabody, Grace Knh'oiilll, St. An
drew's Priory and ! lenry II. Itcstar
Ick for .ir,,78r,.
Tho summons, which was returned
this afternoon, alleges that tho
'Uucen'H Hospital Is Hio principal ben
'tflrlitry under tho will of Kmmu Kn
. Iclconulnul, of niitl under which
Inruce Cnrtwrlght Isjtrustco. The oth
er defendants, except lllsbop Itestar-
kk, lire also beneficiaries under tho
will. Tho Illshon la sued ns lic.ul of
Ct. Andrew's 1'rlory.l
C.trtwrlght lins 111 Ills possession
lands valued nt nboijt JG8.000, yield
ing an amiun! incomo of about JfiuOO,
nnd bonds and mortgages worth 19,-
000 and producing oicr 4C0 annual
ly. It Is claimed that as tlio annual
increase of tho estate Is far In excess
of tho nmnunt necessary for tlio) pay
ment1 or the scholarships and .Annui
ties provided, for In the, will, jthere Is
no reason wn tho triiRlce-ithould re
tain porwesslon of 1.11 tlio lands and
Tho trustco has In his hands thp
sum of 137,75&,i which has recently
been .received by him from tlio Unit
ed States as the purchase prlco of the
llalawa1 liind nnd sea llshcry, wli(ch
wero condemned fur public purposes.
Ho refuses to pay or rclcnso to tho
rlalntlft any ot said funds or lands
oxcept iipon u court order.
Wherefore, tho plaintiff asks for u
tieerco ordering Cnrtwrlght to pay to
It '37,78G, to transfer to plnintllT
tho bonds mid mortgages held by
him, nnd to ictcaso to the plaintiff
such lauds as aro not necessary to
yield sufllclcnt rcvcnuo for tho pay
ment of tho scholarships nnd annui
HONOLULU ALL RIGHT
' AND BETTER THAN" MANY-
IS HOOGS VIEW OF IT
"1 stayed away 11s long ns I
planned and hnvo now como back,"
aid W. II Hooks this morning.
"Things In dnn Frnnclscn aro getting
down 'to bod rock nnd from all I can
teo tho man who employs labor has a
clinnco now to make oven. He has
boon paying tremendous prices for a
long tlmo, nnd now thero has been
tuch retrenchment that men nro look
ing not only for work but for food to
"What has mailo mo tired Is tho
peoplo who havo como up from Hono
lulu and talked about this town going
to tho bowwows. Why thoy would kill
tho town by their knocking alono If
tho town wcro not well fixed. Thoy
ought to stop to remember that this
town is tho only town practically In
tho wholo country that hold Its own
during Hie financial panic. Yet thoy
say It Is dead ami m fortb. They
mako mo Ilrcd, Thero Un't n town
In tho country with n better rccdrd or
Fine Job Prlntlna at tho Bulletin.
regulations do not interfere with our
filiipping of selected Wahiawa Pine
apples lo the Coast. Next lot per
h. a. ituonian, mo. out. .Leave your
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 S. Ki.ng. Phone 15.
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS 4V COOKE BLDQ,,
KM ill lo
HUM IK 1
Appraisers Appointed To
After a period of waiting for tho
completion of maps, tho Knpaa matter
has been taken up again by tho Act
ing Oovernor nnd tho Laud Commis
sioner, nnd thero Is now a prospocl
that soma solution of tho problem will
bo nrrhed at beforo n great whllo
Land Commissioner I'rntt received
from Survojor Wall day before yoster
day tlio detailed maps, of tho Govern
ment land anil of Col. Spaldlng'B lands
for which It Is proposed to exchango
Iheni. A ronferencu was held this
morning nnd tliroo nppralsurs wcro
chosen to go oer to Knpaa nnd placo
11 valuation of tho lands, Tliu names
of tlicso tbrco men havo not boon
mndo public ns yet, as their accept
ances have not yet been recohed.
In selecting them, precautions wcro
taken to get mon who should bo en
tirely' free from any connections with
either the Govornment or tho other
pirtlos nnd to whom no objection
ciujd ho raised by anybody.
( Acting Governor MotfSmltli stated
this morning that ho Intended to send
tho appraisers uvor'tcTKnual at o'neo,
so that thoy might finish tholr work
as soon as possible.
Judge Do Dolt this morning rofuscil
to accept tho resignation of J. Alfred
Mngoon ns administrator ot tho cstnto
of William Ilrash. This was not un
expected, ns ho had already refused
to dlsch.irgo Mntnnn nnd nllow his
final accountr. nu such administrator.
Tho resignation was presented by
Mngoon, who moved Its acceptance.
F. M. Watson, on behalf of tlio heirs,
opposed tho ncccptanco, and tho mat
ter was argued by the two attorneys,
tho Judge deciding ngalnst Mngoon.
Captain Ilorgor and his band will
play nt tho Itnynl Hawaiian Hotel to
night, beginning at 7:30 And continu
ing until 9:30, rendering a new march
from) tho pen of "Tlio Mnrch King,"
John 1'hlllp Sousa, nnd also three so
frctlons from "Tho Morry Widow,"
tho Ilcrlln, Paris and Now York comic
opera success, which Is now in lis
b'econd year at Tho Now Amstcrdnm
theatre In Now York'Clty Tho open
air dining room nt tho lloynl Hawaiian
will remain open during tho concert
nnd diners enn enjoy the tencort with
North Ilorkeloy Clnji prays for big
stick, Ilency, Hums and Spreckols to
end Iniquity ot courthouse ring and
stoji thefts of public money. .
is incompje without a rub
Germs,' dirt, and odor can
not stay in it.
' Sizes 60 cts. to $1.00.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 2. Secretary of State Root has received
the Japanese memorandum on the immigration matter. It is believed to
be satisfactory to the American Government.
'LONDON, England. Jan. 2. The Bank of England discount rate
was placed at six per cent, today.
This Is a lowering of the rate atnl
ancial conditions aro rapidly reaching
inally raised to prevent withdrawals
PITTSBURG, Pa., Jan. 2. Seytril industrial works in this section
employing thousands of workmen art
co. aown during v.c panic.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Jan. 2.
The pleadings of Manager Brown
and Director Bartnett of the Califor;
nia Safe Deposit and Trust Co. in
dicted for embezzlement, have been
postponcl till the eighth. .
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan.. 2.
The commercial agreement with
France is ready for signature.
Judge Whiting, who hns been se
riously 111 fur somo days past, Is ro
ported to bo sinking, and It' Is not ox-
pectcd that ho will survive tho prcs-
On Jan. 8
WE'VE KEPT Q7JIET
till we eould have them all ready for you, thiTt fresh shipment of
the new-style Swing Last shoe, with the new,.pointed toe.
Thy are all made of imported stock, with the Military heel,
and they are built inthe very latest style. We have been waiting
to show them to you.
Men's TAN RUSSIA, TW0-BU0KLE OXFORD, the best shoe
anywhere, for $5.00. Ask for No. BOO.
Shoe Co.. Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
Indicates a belief that general fin
a normal basis. The rate was orig
'of gold for shipment to New York.
resuming business. They were clos-
WASHINGTON, D. C, an. 2.
Capt. J. E. Pillsbury has been ap
pointed Chief of the Navigation Bu
reau. Is Ready
MUNCIE, Ind., Jan. 2. A serious
street car strike prevails here and
trouble is expected. The militia is
hold in readiness at Indianapolis.
A sorlos of colncidonces which lml
Hlla May Ilurko of Chicago to bo
burled ns the dnughtor of Mrs. Ilurko
of Rochester, N. Y., hift como to light
In New York.
President A. II. Stlcknoy of tlio Chi
cago great Western railway, gnvo out
nn Intcrviow nt New York lu which ho
denies that ho ovor had any lutentton
of retiring from office.
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