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Frohf San Francisco:
Manchuria Jan. 13 .
Nippon Muni .Jnn.20
For San Francisco:
Mongolia .- .-S Jan. 13
Hongkong Mnni . ..Jnn.,23
Hoann Jan. 11
Mlowera Jan. 8
V6L. X. 'NO. 3896
; Considerable or a commotion was caiieil on the Klnau Inst
trip by several tourists who arrived on the steamer China. They
lliuught they sighted a sea-scpent and, nearly went wild with
Notlclng'the sinuous had; oC tho supposed serpent gliding
through the water several rushed madly about tho deck, while O
otlierH focused their camerns on tho rapidly moving object, In-
tent on having tho honor ot being the first to removo the skep-
ttclsin rcgnidlngkthe oxtatonco of such n creature.
A nearer view revealed that tho supposed serpent was nn
Illusion caused by tho projecting (Tub of a school of sharks which
"While dinppolntlng were Hardly less Interesting to the visitors.
ROBBED 'JAPANESE -
Led by Ctilof of Detectives Taylor,
tho Honolulu detective force nml
Deputy Sheriff Kcrnandcz of Kwa and
Homo of his oniccrs started out yes
tcrday ufternoon on a determined
search for Juan Hodrlgues and Fran
cisco Lopez, the two I'orto Itlcans
who recently made a sensational es
enpo from tho Oalm prison.
,' Tho dUlcors made their start from
U'nl palm at about 3 o'clock yester
day afternoon, accompanied by rep
resentatives from the afternoon pa
pers. All wore stiongly armed, ns it
was oxpected that tho fugitives would,
put up a clcupcrato battle' when cor
'nercd. The members of tho partjr
were- Chief Taylor, Deputy Sheriff
Fernandez, Dctoctlvcs Joo Leal, Apa
na and Henry Esplnda ot tho Hono
lulu police, Officers John Leal and
Kaoohl of tho Kwa police, and tho
Tho ofllcers hnd every reason to be.
llcvo that the fugitives were hidden
at tho head of tho Walplo gulch,
which runs Into the Koolau range be
tween Walpahu and Wahlawa. Tito
1 Ido to the place was a long ono and
It was not before dusk that tho party
reached the small Japanese grass
lioubo whoro the men had last been
seen. Hero n disappointment nwalt
cd them, as tho louelyJapaueso char
coal burner who occupied the placo
told them that ho had seen Hodrl
gues and Lopez start towards tho
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for best, evcry-day or business
Latest Spring- Styles, just in V
from the East.
$22 and $22.50
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STORE - tAST NIOHT
Uovernmcnt road which lends
tweon Walpahu and Walalua.
The officers camped overnight at
the grass house, whero ovcry hospi
tality was shown them. At 4 o'clock
tho reveille wns sounded and at C a
start was mado down tho gulch,
which Is reputed to bo tho deopest on
this Island. Through steep and
overgrown trails tho olllcors rode,
stopping at tho occasional Japanese
charcoal burners' huts to Inquire
about the fugitives. No additional
information in regard to their movo
nients could ho learned, howovor, and
tho nollco wcro In a quandary.
After the party had proceeded In
tho inakal direction to within about
twpt or thrco miles of Wahlawa, It
wari decided to split tho force. 4"er
nandes and Kspluda sturtcd for tho
Wnlanao rango with the intention of
following It as fur as Ewa, whero
thero is a I'orto Hlcan camp whero
tho fugitives are thought to have
friends. Taylor and tho rest of the
men Intended to go up the gulches
abovo Wahlawa, which thoy would
follow as far as Walalua.
At Wahlawa they caught a new
scent, however, getting Information
that tho Porto Itlcans had robbed a
Japanese, storo near Walalua. Taylor
tinu his men consequently sot out Im
mediately In this direction nnd may
encounter their foes at any tlmo.
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12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 1908-12
Shaving and Slashed
Charles Hartwoll dropped a razor
while shaving and cut himself In tho
leg. That, Is the Injury which caused
such serious apprehensions In Hono
lulu when tho news wns received here
that ho had been hurt.
This news was brought back from
Molokal by Clerk 'Scott of the Judi
ciary Department, who went over In
the launch with Dr. Wood nnd Ollio
Sorcnson to do what wns necessary
for tho Injured man.
Tho cut was evidently a bad one,
hut It is not probable, that It Is Bu
llous, as a razor slash In tho leg
could not bo very deep. Mr. Scott did
pot seo young Hurtwell, only Dr.
Wood going up to tho house where ho
was staying, but a telophono messago
Irom tho doctor gavo tho meager news
abovo related. Hartwoll will be
brought to Honolulu on tho Iwalanl.
Scott, Dr. Wood and Sorcnson went
over In a gapollna launch and exper
ienced no adventures, though thoy sut
ferod somewhat from the cold.
Claim Lowrie's Contract
Is Illegal, Null
A hunch of flvo demurrers to tho
amended complaint of the plalutlrf In
the $100,000 damage suit of W. J. Low
lie, ngnlnst II. I'. Baldwin, tho Castles
and others wns filed lata 'yesterday af
ternoon. J. I Cooko filed his volun
tary nppcaranco as a defendant and
died n demurrer which Is virtually tho
samo ns those filed on hehnlf of Cleo,
I'. CaBtlo, Wm. it. Castlo, James I).
Castle and tho S. N. Castlo Estate,
These defendants all allego thai
(here Is a misjoinder ot causes of ac
tion; that there 1b a misjoinder ot par
ties defendant in that II. 1'. Daldwln,
W. It. Castlo, Geo. 1. CaBtlo. S. N.
Castlo Est., Ltd., and W. M. Alexand
er arc Improperly Joined with J. B.
Castlo; that tho amended complaint
docs not stato facts sufficient In law
to stjpport tho plaintiff's demand.
Regarding tho alleged contract, up
on the illation ot which Lowrlo bases
Ids suit, It Is claimed that it thera
was any contract, It Is Illegal, against
tho policy of tho law, and void. Tho
defendants disclaim any responBlbll
it y for Lawrlo's nllcgod losses result
ing from tho snlo of his stock, and
claim that tho .damages alleged to
havo been sustained by him aro In
(Continued on Pa?e 2)
never fail, now-a-days, to make -out
their wills; they know the value of
their wealth. But the man of small
estate frequently does and he
should be more careful than the oth
er. After his heirs get through pay
ing attorney and court fees, there's
very little left for them.
We'll make your will out in
PROPER LEGAL FORM, and make
no charges for it, if you will make us
one of your executors your wife
may be the other.
Fort Si. Bcnoluln
"I hnvo Just learned today of an
other effort to 'knock' tho Volcano
trip." said Chairman Waldron of tho
Promotion Committee this morning
to tho It u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
"I have the Instance authentic
enough of a party of tourists contem
plating tho trip being told that the
eight Is not of much uso nttcr you
get there and the trip over in tho
boats Is very unpleasant.
"I am happy to say that the tour
ists went anyway, regardless of the
knock. Hut I think any person or
any man doing business In Honolulu
Is In mighty poor business vdien ho
'knocks' any ot the attractions of tho
Territory. Tho Volcano is nil right,
and wo want as many people to go
there as possible. It they go from
hero they return here, and If people
get Into the vein of sajlng unpleas
ant things of their own country, they
will Injure the tourist business nnd
"Tltnow wlio-trieiAin-lBnnd tho
people ho talked to, but I don't know
that thero Is any use In going into
personalities unless tho talk of the
camo kind continues."
WITH 17 GUNS
It Is planned to recetvo Governor
Frcar back from his mainland trip
with full military honors. Tho en
tire National Guard of Hawaii locat
ed in Honolulu Is to bo called out,
nnd a saluto of seventeen guns will
Japanese Ambassador Aokl, who Is
also on tho Manchuria, Is entitled to
a similar saluto, so ho and tho Gov
ernor can each take tho saluto as In
tended for himself.
Tho Manchuria Is running on the
seven-day schedule, and consequently
will not come In before 10 o'clock
On display In the Wells-Kargo win
dow is a product of Hawaii In tho
shapo ot a 12 1-4 pound pineapple.
It Is a specimen to be proud of nnd
Its beauty and slzo far exceeds any
of tho pineapples which have beon
on display as pilzo wlnnors at agri
cultural fairs, both hero and on tho
mainland. It would bo worth whllo
for local residents who are interest
ed in pineapples to viow this speci
men. A cablegram was received today
by W. O. Peacock stating that Adam
Ileunlsch died yesterday.
Mr. Heunlsch was n member of tho
Illinois Pacific gibbs Co. and. was
well mown In Honolulu. Ho was
hero about a year ago, maklug his
home temporarily at tho Moana Ho
tol, The band will play at the Poultry
Next Shipment of
per steamer Hilonian, Jan. 22, 1908.
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
72 S. KINO ST PHONE 15.
J. HOEP &? CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE RLDO,,
M HEulU DEAD
of Honors "Best
NO AWW Y1T ON
$70,000 Contract Work
Awards on tho bids for work to
bo dono by tho Government on Pearl
Harbor havo not been made nt yet, ac
cording to officials In tho United
States Navy ond Army ICuglncer'g of
fice. Tho bids wore opened laBt night,
but Captain Otwcll has not had the
necessary tlmo In which to figure out
tho winner. The contract Involves ap
proximately a sum of $70,000 and will
bo awarded probably this afternoon
lomo tlmo. Tho bidders and their
prices arc as follows;
No. 1 II. E. Hendricks, per ton
lock. $2.10; por ton sand, $2.0S.
No. 2 Wilson & Chapln, per ton
rock, $2.13; per ton sand, $3.25.
No. 3 Fred Hnrrlson, per ton rock,
J2.C1; per ton sand, $3.47.
No. 4 James Hogan, per ton rock,
$2.03; per ton sand, $2.70.
If you would have a husher, take
home a package of Alagretti's Chips,
Tablets, Creams or Nougat, from
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Third Annual Exhibition
President Rayiuon 1 C Ilrown of tho
Hawaiian Poultry Association, is
greatly pleased with tho success ot
tho third annual exhibition ot tho an
aoclatlon which Is being held In the
Regimental Drill Shed. Mr. Drown
said this morning:
"I wish to Bay that tho third annual
poultry show of tho association has
been n great success. Tho number of
birds entered has been great, exceed'
lng by about scvcnty-flve por cent the
entries ot tho first show and by fifty
per cent thoso ot tho second. The
quality of birds cntorcd In this show
Is much superior to that of tho former
oxhibitlons. Of course, wo aro not
necessarily trying to mako money out
of this show, except to cover expenses.
Wo are giving tho bIiow for education
nl purposes. The children and the
general public will get benefit out ot
Tho number of spectators has been
greater than over before ,nnd every
thing is satisfactory."
Tho third annual oxhlbltlon of tho
poultry show has been undor tho per-
tonal management of President It. C,
Ilrown, Vlco President L. C. Abies
end Secretary J. J. Green.
Tho children. In caro of their moth
(Contlnutd on Pfl 2)
Hollister Drug Co.
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Tho Pearl Harbor bo-lngH that
of tho contributions by thu Chamber of Commerce hno bvn active- a
ly forwaided for about a week. Tho
No official reports havo yet bec -
talncd but unofficial reports are Vitj- satisfactory. It Is stated that a
tho rock of tho reef whero tho largest amount of uxc.-tvat Ion will a
hnvo to bo dono, turns out to bo sort cornl. This means that tho ex- a
penso of Improving tho harbor cn-ranca promises to bo a minimum a
figure. It Is possible that harder pioposltlons will be struck before Xt
the work Is finished, but thus far tho showing Is vory satisfactory, a
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
Banks Have Surplus
NEW YORK, N. Y.. Jan. 11. The New York bank statement, is-
r ucd today, shows a surplus over th
tne panic of uctober. 1'his conditio
To Express Protest
T0KI0, Japan, Jan. 11. Count Yamagnta has resigned as Minis
ter of Communications as a protest against the policy of reduction of
NEW "YORK. N. Y Jan. 11. A fire broke out today in the Parker
building, where Collier's Magazine and Judge headquarters are located.
These publications were burned out as well as many other business
firms. The loss amounts to five millions of dollars. Four men perished
in the fire.
SIXTEEN LIVE S SACRIFICED
BARNSLEY, Eng., Jan. 11. S ixteen people were killed today in a
theater panic that was apparently w ithout the slightest reason.
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SCHMITZ' PLEA FOR BAIL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 11. The hearing on the application of
Mayor Schmitz for bail has been continued to Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. SU-OAR: AG degree Centrifugals, 3.00
cents, or $78. per ton. Previous quo tation, 3.0375 cents or $78.75 per
BEETS: 88 analysis, 0s. 10 l-2d. Parity, 4.07 cents. Previous quote
January 11. Wind 0 a. m velocity C, direction
TcmperaturcB C a. in., CI!; 8 n. m., , N. V..; 8 a. in., velocity 4, direction
19: 10 a. m., 71; noon, 72; morning. N. K.; 10 a. m., velocity 7, direction S.
minimum, C2. w.; noon, oloclty 8, direction S. W.
Barometer, 8 a. m., 30.13; absolute! Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n.
"lumldlty, 8 a. m., 4.713 grains per m.. .00 Inch.
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,' Total wind movement during 21
fll per cent; dew point, 8 n, ni., 55, hours ended at noon, 128 miles.
WE'VE KEPT QUIET
till we could have them all ready for you, that froih shipment of
the new-style Swing Lost 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
anywltsre, for $5.00. Ask for No. 500.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
There is no means by which a j
merchant enlarges his trade I
which approaches advertising in '
effectiveness. When he advertises '
in the Evening Bulletin,
for example, he sends thousands
upon thousands of couriers
among the people to proclaim his
goods. Thus he becomes known
to a steadily enlarging public,
and a steadily enlarging public
means New Customers and an
PRICE 5 CENTS
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havo been going on as n result a
work Is going on off the shark
n turned In as to the results ob-
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
e legal reserve for the first time since
n is very favorable.
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