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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H FIUDAY, JAN.'3, 1908.
N. S. SACHS1
Dry Goods Co.Ltd.
Join In Fair
., Of Japan
REPRESENTATIVE HAYES INTRO-
DUCES A BILL TO PROVIDE
Washington, 'D. C, Dec. 21. Rep
resentative Hayes introduced a Joint
resolution today accepting the Invi
tation of Japan to take part In the
International exposition at Tokto
April 1st to October 31, 1U1Z.
Hayes says he and other Represen
tatives of California wish to show
they havo no Ill-will or prejudice to
ward Japan as a nation, but that
they desire to seo-thls country prop
erly represented at Tokio. The res
olution urges the Governors of the
various States to have their States
represented at the exposition and
provides for a Commissioner General
to rcct'lvo 10,000 for his full term
of service and nn assistant commis
sioner to get $51)00.
Tho resolution carries nn appro
priation of J'50,000 to be expended
under the direction of tho Secretary
of State. Tho Secretary of Agricul
ture is authorized to prepare agricul
tural exhibits from tho several Studs
nnu Territories. The entire expense
to the National Government Is esti
mated under the terms of the reso
lution at lesj than 1300,000. The
resolution hns the approval of
Hayes' colleagues and tho Secretary
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(Continued, from Face 1)
and, as model pupils, I nuj, told, aro
excelled by nono.
Tho modsrn press, properly con
ducted, has wonderful power for good
no organ of society, except, perhaps
the schools has moro. In this coun
try; with mixed, races, sound and sane
counsel and moderation should pre
vail In Journalism.
I bellovo your merchants have had
a fairly prosperous past year. I hope
tho coming year will Increnso that
prosperity. Our happy land stands
midway between Kastorn Asia and
Western America, In tho vnst Pacific
In tho vaBt commerce on this ocean
In the near future, wo stand at a point
of vantage. Wo welcome Increased
trade between Japan and tho main
land) because the. moro tho friendly
commerce and Intercourse, tho better
It will bo for us.
For tho future let tho spirit of In
creasing friendliness toward Hawaii,
of assimilation and good understand
ing of Its laws and customs be your
caro an'd object, Hawaii Is a good
placo to live In.
Aloha and greetings,
(Sgd) E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Acting Oovcrnor,of Hawaii,
The Shlnpo eolebrates by publishing
n 32-page Issue. On tho first pago ap
pears tho story of tho probable candi
dates for tho offloe of tho first mayor
if Honolulu. It speaks of Iscnbcrg
l.ucas, Harvey, laukea, Knlauokalanl
.nil McCandlcss. President L. E.
Plnkham's letter of thanks to Dr. MI
tamura, which appeared In tho Dul
lotln yestorday, Is given a conspic
uous space. Tho political situation as
affecting the local Japanese Is briefly
commented on. Tho Immigration and
other questions of Importance (111 up
x page. Tho story of tho revolution
under the Hawaiian Monarchy Is In
teresting. Editor Shcba Is very much pleased
with tho good work of his men, who,
labored 'Industriously- for tho Interest
of their paper. "I think this thirty
two pago Issuo Is a grand affair," said
by m s
The Now York Herald's Washing
ton correspondent snj:
..Going the. rounds Is a queer story
about a political discussion alleged
to have taken placo in tho Senate
smoking room the other day, which
it regarded by some as characteristic
nf the present-day political differenc
es In high places,
'The fact is," said one speaker, n
man thun whom very few are better
Informed of such matters as he was
discussing, "that Wall Street big
business In this country Is getting
lined up for Mr. JJrynn. They havo It
figured out over thero that with the
Senate surely Kcpubllcan until 1912,
there could bo no damage to their In
terests in Urynn's election. Nothing
radical would be done, because tho
Senate wouldn't permit. Tho Itooso-
clt policies would end and Uryun pol
Ides couldn't be substituted, llusl
ness Is liable to do what it did when
Cleveland was elected. Blalno didn't
rutlsfy business of the Wall Street
sort, becauso ho wus considered too
Independent In tsomo views, especially
turlff. So ho was defeated und Clove-
land becamo President. They aro
getting ready to do that next year
unless the Republicans line up for
dlsMnctlvcly conservative measures
To which another Kcpubllcan, a
Wcstorn Senator, according to tho
"You mistake tho disposition of
the country nowadays. That scheme
would be good It people were doing
business nlong tho old lines. They
fcrcn't. The truth Is that there aio
tomethlng liko thirty Republican
Sena'tors who would with entire sat
isfaction fall in with tho Senate Dem
ocrats to carry out under Mr. Dryan
the policies of progress and accom
plishment. Tho country wants tho
results, and tho day I: past when
partisanship will be permitted to de
feat the things tho country de-'J
This story that big business will
cast its weight Into the nrynn scale
If necessary to provent n Hooscvel
tlan Rcpubllcan'8 election Is discuss
ed with romarknblo frankness by
men who aro supposed to know inti
mately what big business Is likely to
ROOSEVELT SEES VICTORY
SAID TO HAVE PREDICTED NOM
INATION OF TAFT ON THE i
Now York, Dec. 20. A Washington
special to the Journal says that Pre
cldent Roosevelt told IiIh friends to
day that the nomination of Secretary
laft Is practically assured. Ills con
fidence Is based on the refusal .of the
New York county republican commit
tee to Indorso Governor Hughes for
"That man Parsons Is n trump." i
That Is what the President told every i
Now York republican who called to
congratulate him on the result.
Roosevelt Is claiming tho delegates
of fourteen western states, thoso of
the entire south und two eastern
states for Taft. Ho admits that In-1
dlnna will probably bo for Vice Presl-I
dent Fairbanks, Illinois for Speaker j
Cannon and Pennsylvania fur Senator)
Knox on the first ballot, but Is surc
they will be In line by tho second ballot
The President Is working to mako
tho nomination of Secretary Taft cer
tain on tho first ballot. He wishes to
accomplish this by marshaling sum
dent strength to assure his nomina
tion on tho first rollcaii. Under the
rules delegates from states voting Tor
fuxirlte sons would chango their
votes toward tho conclusion of tho
roll, thus making Taft'o nomination
President Roosevelt believes that
ho will have tho entire 78 delegates
from New York for Tnft
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NEW RULES OF COURT
Judge Do Dolt is Just completing a
revision of thy. Rules of Prnctlco of
the Circuit Court, and as soon as the
work Is completed It will bo submit
ted to the other Circuit Judges for ap
proval. Thero are several Important
changes and additions made, which
Oe Dolt believes will simplify and fa
cilitate the work of the courts.
According to the new rules, all
proceedings are to be divided into the
different classes of probate, law, civil,
criminal and miscellaneous. All pro
hate matters for the term, which may
last for a year, will be handled by
It Is proposed to ljave all short mat
ters occupying one hour or less plac
ed on a short-cause calendar, to b'o
heard from 9 to 10 o'clock In the
morning of each day, except Satur
day, on which day the time from 9 to
12 will bo devoted to them.
All papers filed must have a uni
form caption, giving tho court, tho
parties and the character of tho pa
per. All must bo properly nnd uni
formly endorsed on the back with tho
above information 'and tho namo and
offlce address of the attorney. Inter
lineations must be certified by tho
judgo or clork of the court.
HOTELS SOLD BOOZE
Whether or not tho Dors of tho
Moana, Young, Hawaiian and Halc
iwu Hotels shall be closed up and tho
licenses of thosu hostelrics taken
gway and the proprietors tried for Il
licit selling of liquor depends upon
what action is taken by tho Hoard of
I.lconso Commissioners at tho meet
ing to bo held next Monday.
However, It Is snfo enough to say
that no such drastic action will be
takcp, although the law gives tho
Commissioners the power to do any
or all pt those things.
The second Installment of tho II
c.enso fees was due on December ?1
Tho four hotels mentioned, and tho
Columbia 'saloon, failed to pay up.
Tho Columbia saloon closed Its doors
nnd went out of business. Tho ho
tels simply tailed to obey tho law.
Under tho law, a failure to
pay tho license fee when It Is duo
suspends the license when it is due,
to that njl the liquor that was sold
by the four hotols on Now Yearns
Day was sold illegally. Tho matter
will bo considered by the Hoard next
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WHOLESALE 02 PHONES 22 RETAIL.
POULTRY - SHOW HIUB
How can you really know how good
your bird Is until iris shown In com
petition The coming poultry show
vnnts entries in every vnrlcty pos
ilhlo. The more theio aro tho gronter
Ibo glory In winning, CobIi prizes,
both rerular and special, aro offered
In all c, uses. From present Indica
tions the number und classes' ot
fowls to be on exhibition next weok
will surpass anything of tho kind ev
er Elvfen here. Premium MBts and
Rules may bo had of tho Secretary at
tho olllco ot Tho Watorhouse Co.,
.ludd Illdg., Fort St. Entries will be
iccelved up to 5 p m. Saturday, Jan
uary 4, 1908.
Chinese at Canton held a mass
meeting and Vigorously denounced the
"high-handed overhauling" of suspect
cd launches and Junks by Drltlsh war
jMF Flne Job Printing at the Bui
STANDARD OIL CO.
(Continued from Paze 1)
fore not a component part, and that
thereforo this statuto doos not apply
to It. I
"As a matter of fact, in this case !
I had my Chinese olllco boy arrested
lor selling gasoline to myself, and
the complaint was made by my ste
nographer. It Is my intention to test
tho statute to find out whether It ap
plies to gasoline.
"As a matter of fact, the statuto
liaB never bcon enforced. All the
dealers hero who sell gasoline are
celling a product which flashes at 8f
degrees, nnd there Is no gasoline
made, nnd none can bo made, which
flashes above 8G degrees. I nm either
going to havo the statute knocked out
ns far us It applies to gasoline, or I
am going to make the dead-loiter law
a live-letter law, so that nobody can
sell gasoline here."
Thompson would not stnto who his
client was, nor what would be gained
by this case. This is, however, quite
clear when it Is remembered .that ho
Ic tho attorney for tho Standard Oil
Company. Thut concern has never,
since tho passage of the statute quot
ed, In 190G, sold nny gasoline here,
and has on several occasions made a
point of tho fact that It was the only
dealer In this lino which did not vio
late the law In this respect, whllo all .
!is competitors uw su. (no uujuci ui
tho bringing of the case is very plain
ly cither tho knocking out of tho Inw
In so fnr as it operates against the
sale of gasoline.' in which cuse tho
Standard Oil Company will bo able to
tell tho product without any consci
entious scruples, or to provent the
sale 'tliereof altogether, whereby Its
competitors will bo Bhut out from
this part of the business also.
$ 57 A Fu" nd ComPe'e 1'n'' ' the Famous
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This shipni' nt embraces nil
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New Year s my is. Coming
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P. E R. Strauch,
WATTY BLDO. 74 S. KINO ST.
On Sunday afternoon next, tho fu
neral of the late J. 8. Tlalloy, who
died on Hawaii us n result of nn acci
dent, will take placo. Ills body will
arrive In the Klnnu and will bo plac
ed in chargo of tho Odd Fellows.
At 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon tho
family services will bo held at tho
llalley residence on Heretunla avenue,
followed by services at tho Odd Fol
Iowj' Hall at 3 o'clock.
The Uniform Itank will act as es
cort. A committee, consisting ot L.
L. La 'Pierre, Jess Dutot and C. S.
Crrfno, has been nppolnted to take
chargo ot the remains after tho Kl-
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Supported by a Company of excel
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