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The woman who goes shopping
From San Francisco:
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llllunlan .in. 2
Tor San Francisco:
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teresting day in the stores with
out knowing what the store-ads.
contain; but the woman who goes
shopping to BUY SPECIFIC AH
TICLES AT THE BEST ADVAN
TAOE IN THE SHORTEST
SPACE OF TIME must preface
her trip to the stores by a little
careful scanning of the
3i80 O'CLOCK BULLETIN PUBLICITY IS THE LIFE OF BUSINESS
VOL. X. NO. 3898
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JANUARY J 4 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
Thnt Is tlio verdict returned by
tile Itoscnberg jury tills noon, after
deliberating only about IIo minutes.
Tlio crdict was not unexpected,
os 'the Judge linil virtually taken tlio
cnBc nut of tlio hands of tlio jtuy,
mid by striking out all of the most
damaging evidence, had left them
little to consider.
VISCOUNT D. AOKI, JAPANESE AMBASSADOR TO AMERICA
Viscount AoKI tlir Japinc 'c am to discuss at Iho probont time. Ills
bassador at W arlilnt,n n has nothing position Is so Important that ho am
to pay on humiliation mntteia, and not saj nn thins bofoio ho has seen
with icgaid to tlio re is. a or his re- and reported to tlio homo goornnient.
mil to Japan ho had noth.ng to glu, "At San Tranclsco he was Inter
im, liejond tho fact that lie was still vlowed by tho puss and tho conso
the nniliiBsiilor In tjilli ol tho report quenco was thnt tho things ho did
It) tho ?oiitroi. It vac hinted that not Hn c.imo out In thu newspapers
tho ambassador had been misquoted and cicttoil u lot of misunderstand
at Sun Tranclbco und th.ii Ho did not mgs Thnt Is mo icason why ho
want to risk a repetition of this Aokl does not caro to saj anything In re
declined to bo seen personally but an gard to his mission to tho homo gov
Intonlow was glen ut tho coiiMil'ito eminent With rofoicnco to tho ox
thioiuh V luakohlit, his prhnto bee- iIufIoii of Immigrants ho has nothing
lotai). 'to Baj nt probont Ho cannot Bay
"AmbakBudor AoM H letuinlng to whether the Japanese gocrnment will
Japan on Ooernniont business Ho insist upon sending emigrants to
Is still tho Jnp meso Ambistulor ut America, or Canada. That mattor rests
Washington and tho report thrt Mr. ' entirely with the Homo goernment.
Tnknlilrn, has been appointed anibas-' "As to whether ho Is going back to
sailor to" Washington tould not bo cor- Washington as Japanese ambassador,
rtct. In tho ilrst pljco, no appoint-i.u ono knows writhing about It, ox
ment can bo inailo until Ambassador i rcpt perhaps tho nmbassador hlniBelt
Aokl has renche'd Japan and has had . "Tho question of tho restriction
nu Intcnlow with tho Umperor, who ulnced on emigration of tho Hawaii
appoints all tho ambassadors. Japanese to Iho United States nnd
"Iho Immigration quoatlon Is i Canada It will bo discussed when the
thing tho Ambassador doea not wish (Continued on Page 4.)
They Lend Distinction
Double - Breasted
for best, cvery-day or business
Latest Spring Styles, just in
from the East.
$20 and $22.50
The Kash Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort & Hotel
BID i'l'i IN
I.leutennnt l.ualiina Hindu nnothci
raid this afternoon, nriestlug I.lm Yip
Kie, who was running a blind pig on
King sttect opposite Aula park. Tho
J mil of booze that resulted was great
er than that resulting from tho raid
on all ulna Joints this morning. I.lc
tnsa Inspector fennell sas that
:hero was enough liquor captured to
ttock a saloon. It consisted of wills-
lie , gin, brand) and other varieties of
Tho greatest hnul of blind pigs
inado within tho momoiy of man In
Honolulu was mndu this forenoon by
J.ItnituiiatU Uiuhluu. No less than
uliio 'defendants were arrested. All
wero Japaneeo restaurant keepers,
with the exception of one, a Japanese
woman, who was emplojed as a wait
ress In n restaurant
Luahlwa had been specially de
tailed on tho work of getting evtdonca
against blind pigs for tho past tight
days. During this tlmo ho worked up
tho nlno cnbes, but no urrests wero
inada until today when tho officer so-
tired warrants against tho defend
ants, no well as heaicli warrants al
lowing him to, seuieh tho restaurants
for liquor. When ho ictnrncu to tho
police station with tho defendants and
Iho oildcnco tho place looked for n
whllo llko n saloon. Iloxes nnd bags
filled with beer, sake and whiskey
woio piled on tho retching station
lloro. In tho meantime attorneys,
minors nnd friends of tho arrested
men wero busy securing ball.
Luahlwa made tho following report
on tho cases: Tngaml was arrested
en King Btrcct, near I.llllia. Ho sold
Knncga, Winston block on Hotel
Ada, Heietania sttect, near Aula
Yoshlgawa, Hotel Btreet, beer.
Murakami, Niimmu, near Ktikul,
Hnshlmoto, Iwllcl, beer.
Oshtma Toml, waiticbs at Hasega
wa's rcstnurant on King Btreet, near
tho flBhmarket, sake.
Tobhlmura, Klnau, near Kecaumuku,
J(j-"For R.nt" card on tale at
Ivrnxt (lathes furStcn
MADC IN NEW YORK
have your life insured, and meet with
an accident that cripples you for
life, what will you do for your fam
What will you do if a Are destroys
your income property 1
Can't you see that Are, life, and
accident policies are equally impor
tant! Wc represent all branches of in
surance fire, life, accident, marine,
plate glass, and employers' liability.
Fori St. Ocnolnb
GOVERNOR TALKS TO BUSINESS MEN
W. P. FREAR, GOVERNOR OF HAWAII
Tho largest assembly of business motion Committee, of which I np
men which the Chamber of Com-' pointed m self a number whllo awn) "
mcrco has had at unj of Its meetings l'rear said thnt he had attended
lor a long tlmo gatheicd nt Its rooms the Trans-MlxslbslppI Commercial
this afternoon to listen to tho nddrcEs Congress, whleh was tho ono great
by Governor Trear In regaid to what organization of Its kind of n general
ho had dono for Hawaii during his diameter, nnd was an outcome of tho
absence on tho mainland, nnd espe- moement for cooperation as a
clully In regard to tho stutus of tho me ins to accomplish results It was
Tenltoiy ut Washington, Tlio (lo- designed to glo expression for tho
ernoi dwelt nt length on tho Iniml- crjstnlllzed thought of tho Western
grntlon matter and also touched on States and to compel tlio attention
other questions He was Introduced of Con.'rcbs to turn towards tho
by Jns. r. Moigan, who nudo a brief West This was a rather free-and-lntroductorj
speech I easy Congress which coterod mnny
Tho Governor Ilrst ashed tho In mbjerts with hot discussions. After
diligence of tlio mnllenco saving thnt llili Tiear had had nn opportunity to
to had not picpiruil n formal addiess , go lo Oklahoma, which ho had found
His trip had beon a bus), jut n pkat,
unt ouo, with good weather through
In regtrd to general conditions ho
mentioned the 1 He lliiauciiil stress
which was about ocr, with better con
dltlons returning It had been n ilch
man's panic which tin masses could
laugh nt With icgird to tho prosl
dentlal election it was generally con
3ldercd must puzzling oil account of
tho miMiy Ik publican candidates in
"I found a great deal of Intel est
manifested In Hawaii," Bald Picar
"People" ovoiywhoro enquired and
joomod to hno a" far nioro correct
knowledge about Hawaii than I had
.lotlced on foimor occasions This
may bo duo to tho woik of Iho Pro
:i erj prospeious State. Ho went
on to give n brief sketch of tho Hov
el nor and Senators of that State
Hawaii had rccelcd much atten
tion at this Congress and got a prom-
(Continued on Paje 4)
are always seen, nnd make a
definite impression. It's so
easy to keep them in perfect
shape with a set of'our
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 14. The Emperor has declared that he will
accept the resignation of the Saionji Ministry. He has already accept
ed the resignations of Count Ynmac,ata, Minister of Communications,
and of Minister Sakatani, whose portfolios have been taken by Matsuda
The increased budget demands and increased taxation is the cause
of the change in the Ministry.
It is expected that the army and navy estimates will be reduced,
"The change in the Snlonji Ministry Is a good ono nnd will bo for
the best Interest of the home government." snid Y Iwakoshl, prlxato tec
ictary of Ambassador Aokl, ut the Japanese Constilnto this afternoon.
Chief Secrctury 'Isuchljii, of tho Consulate, who was anxious to
know the particulars of the cablegram, sntd that both Mntsuda nnd K.
Hani belong to the Constitutional part), while Ynmagata und Sakntnnl
nn Khler Statesmen
"According to my understanding," continued Tiuthljn, "It seems
that Miitsudii,' tho present Mlnlstei oi Justice, mid K Hum, the Minister
of Interior, hao consented to hold tho portfolios of Count Ynmagata, an
Minister of Communications, and Minister Sakatani, of tho Department
of Finance. I think this Is only temporal and regular men for thoso
places will bo announced Inter on."
1C3 IN TH2ATES FIRE
BOYERTOWII, Pa., Jan. 14. One hundred and fifty-three bodica
have been recovered from the theatei burned last night. There are still
others in the ruins.
RECEIVER FOR BROKEN BANK
. SAN FBAITCISCO, Cal., Jan. 14. E. J. Lecbreton lias been appoint
ed receiver for the California Safe Deposit and Trust Co.
BRAZIL ENTERTAINING FLEET
BIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Jan. 14. President Penna nnd leading
officials of the country are entertaininc; the officers of the American
SAN TRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 13.
10 1-2J. Prrtty, 4.07 cents.
-SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 9s.
DUNNE REFUSES TO AGREE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 14.
Judge Dunne has refused to agree
that Ruef shall have immunity from
prosecution in return for testimony
given against his associates.
FISK WINS THE PLUM
Ui AID BAND
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 14.
Fisk has been appointed postmaster
for San Francisco.
There will hu it hand concert by
the 14th Infantry Hand nt the Mo
lina tonight between the hours of 7
nnd 9 Afterwards n dance will bo
ghen in honor of tho officers nnd la
dles on the transport Sherman All
the friends of tho Moann nro also
tordlalb lnlted to attend.
Tonight n danco will bo glcn In
honor of Col. J. O. Dent, Capt, Unb
coek and officoru In command of
transport Sherman. A special din
ner will bo Bercd nnd music render
ed by tho B Kaal Oleo Club In caso
tho Shorman Btnjs oxer for tomorrow
night the regimental baud of tho Hth
Infantry will glvo n roncort In con
nection with u danco tomorrow evening.
PERMiNrNT SHOW AT
THE EMPIRE THEATRE
Beginning this ocnIng, January
14th, tho now theatre at tho corner
of Hotel nnd Ilothel streets will glvo
n show, consisting of moUng pictures
together with Illustrated songs, nt tho
low prlco of JOc, children Be Theso
illustrations will bo not only amusing
but also Instruciho
Next Shipment of
per steamer Hilonian, Jan. 22, 1008. DA DfF I )FI IVFRY
IbLilWU illUll UULU'ANX
72 S. KING ST.
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.,
For the convenience of patrons we
have added a Paicels Delivery to our
service. We will take anything any
where expeditiously and at a low
rate. We solicit your patronage.
WE'VE KEPT QUIET
till we oould have them all ready for you, that frosh 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 verv 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. 300.
Shoe Co., Itd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
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