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EVENING BULLETIN, H0NQLTJLT7, T. If., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1908.
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New Tapestry and
IN COTTON, WOOL. PART1 SIIK, AND AIL SILK,
IN PRETTY COLORINGS.
in pretty Roman stripes, for drapinR and portieres,
50 inches wide SOc und 05o a yd.
for furniture and couch covers, pretty combination of
colors, 50 inches wide, from $1.00 yd. up
HANDSOME FURNITURE TAPESTRY
from $2.00 yd. upw.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
SOLID COLOR BURLAPS
All colors, yd. wide 20o a yd.
FANCY PRINTED BURLAPS
new designs and colorings 30c a yd.
CATHEDRAL CURTAIN MADRAS
exquisite combination of colors and new designs....
20c a yd.
IMPORTED CURTAIN MADRAS
sheer and fine quality, delicate combination of colors,
50c a yd.
in most unique designs and new color combinations,
20c and 25c a yd.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
in Children and Misses' Wool Coats and Children's
Rainy Day Skirts.
SALE WILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW DAYS
Limited. lor. rort and Beretania
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plants and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
Try a Case of
LIME JUICE and SODA
No soda water to equal it in delicacy of
flavor or refreshing power
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G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
M. R. Counter
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
When leaving your Watch, Olook or Jewelry with me for re
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complicated watches a ipeoialty. I
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1142 Rort Street
Receiving Much Attention
Among the Interesting matters on'
which Governor Frcar dwelt In tho
latter part of tho speech which ho
delivered beforo tho Chamber or
Commerco yesterday afternoon wcro
the bill to Buspojid tho operation o(
tho coastwlsa shipping law, tho Ag
ilculturnl College affair, etc.
"At tho suggestion of our Dele
gate many bills of Importance," said
I,-rcar, "were Introduced, especially
that providing for the suspension of
mho coastwtso law, touching on pas
sengers and pcrlshablo goods. They
were Introduced In tho Houso by
Hepburn and In the Senate by Sena
tor Clark. Tho question of export
ing fresh fruits, such as pineapples,
was also discussed. Somo of tho
leading grocers In Now York said
that our pineapples are very much
superior to those generally sold on
tho mainland. Tho Hllonlan, I un
derstand, has already Installed nec
essary apparatus for pcrlshablo Isl
and fruits. There aro other Btcam
ers which are being furnished with
"Tho question of transporting mall
on Oceanic steamers camo up for dis
cussion, and it Is possible that these
boats may bo again put In scrvlco
pretty soon. A bill affecting theso
steamers was Introduced and passed
In the Senate, but failed of passage
In tho House. Wc cannot expect too
much. Wo hope that the subsidy
bill will pass suttablo to local con
dltlons. Wo will then bo able to ex
port our fruits to the mainland more
"The question of Immigration Is
In the hands of a committee appoint
cd for that purpose I expect to sec
jomo of the commissioners on Immi
gration hero shortly. Of courso they
aro at present busy with Congress
and their time will be occupied ilur
lng the coming political campaign. 1
took up the subject of homesteads. A
bill ou this matter has been Intro
(I need and will bo looked Into very
carefully. Somo of tho Congressmen
think that the homestead law at tho
present tlmo may not bo n good ono.
"The I'earl Harbor question was
much discussed at Washington. Somo
of the Congressmen nro somewhat
under tho impression that tho movo
for fortifications at Pearl Harbor
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IF you only knew how artistically
lovely we can make the simplest
home, for n little bit of money,
you would not live another day in
those old rooms.
See Me About Them
PHONE 426. " ' " i -137 KING STRBET.
was largely duo to what they term
tho 'Jnpaneso scare.' At the banquet
of tho Army and Navy nt Now York
1 spoke on the question of fortifying
Pearl Harbor. Mr. Champ Clark, a
Democratic leader, said ho was orig
inally opposed to the annexation of
Hawaii, but Is now satisfied that tho
islands Bhould be fortified.
"it might bo a good thing to np
polnt nn appropriate committee for
the reception of tho United States
fleet when it comes.
"Tha slto for tho Federal building
Is unfortunntely not ct selected, but
wo will soon have another ono if wo
cannot get the tttlo to tho present
"Tho hydrographle survey Is an
other Important matter. The Hydro
graphic Surveyor General camo out
us far as San Francisco, and when
Geo. It. Carter was Governor he
promised to attend to our needs here
promptly, but as jet nothing has
"Tho Territorial Agricultural Col
lege will receive proper attention nt
tho hands of tho Washington offi
cials G000 nt n time until the ap
propriation of 160,000 has been ex
hausted In tho development of the
college It seomed very much, be
fore I left here, as If all tho appro
priation would not pull through.
"When in Washington I hnd an
interview with Judge Parker, a law
yer and a private secretary to tho
Secretary of the Interior, who Is fa
miliar and well acquainted with tho
Ins and outs of the question. Judge
Pnrker wrote an opinion which Is
fnvorablo to tho College In Hawaii.
After talking it over with him, ho
decided to turn down tho former
opinion, so that wo could get $30,
000 this year and 135,000 next year.
Tho United States Experiment Sta
tion, which is entitled to an appro
priation of $30,000, will be placed
under the Agricultural College.
"Tho Bugar-plantcrH of Hawaii arc
well known In Washington, where
tho officials declare that our planters
aro much superior to tlioso of tho
other sugar-producing countries."
On motion of F. A. Schacfcr,
which was unnnlmously seconded, n
vote of thanks was extended to Gov
ernor Krcar, after which tho meet
(Continued from Pane 1) '
lettc, tho smooth-faced, kecn-oyed,
actor-llko, pompadour statesman
from Wisconsin. Ho live's less pre
tentiously than any of tho coterie of
would-bcs In a comfortable, but not
palatial rcsldcnco on Washington
Heights, n fow blocks away from tho
csldcnco of Sccrctnry Cortclyou.
Cvcry man of tho six, or of tho
leven, Is frequently spoken to as ho
passes along, for tho population of
Washington becomes familiar with
tho faces of notables and a word of
salutation Is generally, but not uni
versally regarded here as a matter of
etiquette As Vlco President Fair
banks stalks along, ho stops In tho
mlddlo of a step at a half rod meas
ure, shakes hands and says in a
round, nasal volco: "How do you do,
Mr. Illank," (Ho Ib very good at re
membering names) "I am very glad
to bco you," and with n mlnut 6'h con
versation ho resumes his wnlk an tho
halt-rod point. Senator Forakcr nods
that gray head quickly when ha Is
ipokcn to and makes a courteous bow
that ono Is apt to remember. Secre
tary Cortclyou acknowledges tho
greeting a little stiffly but cordially
behind tho glass windows of his offi
cial carriage "Dig lllll" Taft, it
ano catches him on tho way between
tho War Department and tho White
House offices or anywhero olse, has a
"How de do" and a genial smile. Tho
Knox automobile goes by so rapidly
that there Is hardly more than oppor
tunity for a formal bow from tho
great lawyer of dlmlnutivo stature.
'Uncle Joe" has tho hearty Western
air nnd is very smart In conversation
when It Is onco started, but he Is
curt In his greetings. A slmplo "How
do" is his usual form.
Tho candidates aro neighborly In
Washington, because they aro mostly
personal friends of long standing,
and, becauso, with tho exception of
Fornkcr, Cortclyou and LaFollette,
tholr houses aro closo together. Vice
President Fairbanks could almost
throw open the window of his IC
street rcsldcnco nnd call out to Sec-
KSSA Bishop & Company, Bankers
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Craaolana It a Doen lo thmllc.
Itoaa It fiol afm toor ffrrll to breaUa In a
renulr or dlmui ol tha eraatolnit oram Ibaa
to taia tha ramad? lata tha ilomachl
Crraolrne cua tacaua tha alf, tmimA
Ironiljr anllvrtlo, eattlaJ oter tna dlKaaad
tarfaca with atarr bifalh, iltlif prolonred and
conltaat trratmrnt. II la Intalnabla to molbara
Willi amau cDlurtn.
Tboaa of n Con
win Hod tmtfiertlala rtllrf
tratt Caaba r lnflamad
UonJlllon of tha throat.
Sand roalal tor da.
11 r niton Slraat,
S. M. DAMON.
A. W, T. B0TTOMLEY.
Balance Sheet as at December 31, 1907
Duo from hanks nnd
llonds, storks und in
vestments I.onns, discounts and
itcal cstato nnd bank
P. E. R. Strauch
rctary Taft so that tho latter would
hear him. Taft's house Is on K
street In an adjoining block and
Knox' houso is only a block and a
half away. Speaker Cannon lives
Just around tho corner from Senator
Knox, tho Speaker's resldenco being
on Vermont avenue.
Tho candidates meet a dozen times
n day. Knox nnd Fornkcr nnd La
Folletto nro all pretty constant In
their attendance upon tho Senate
Thoy almost touch elbows in tholr
scats and tho sessions of these three
men and their colleagues Is presided
9Vcr by tho Vlco President. That
makes four Presidential would-bcs
right In ono chamber four or Ave
dnjs of every week. Knox nnd For
fiker aro good friends, but not chums.
Doth aro brilliant lawyers and each
has a profound respect for tho knowl
edgo and ability of tho othor. Sen
ator LaFolletto herds mora by him
self, but ho is newer to Washington
than tho others nnd has not been so
long In Congressional life. Tho Sen
ators who asplro to tho Presidency
somoMmcs wander over to tho Houso
side. Theyhava tho prlvllcgo of tho
floor and they rarely go that way
without looking up tho Speaker, who
Ihcr ho bo In tho hall of tho House
or tilted back in tho chair of his pri
vate room in front of n little ma
Tho two Cabinet candidates meet
at least twice a' week around tho
Cabinet table. Tho Speaker and tho
Senatorial candidates get around to
tho War Department occasionally
und to the Treasury Department fre
quently to nsk for favors for their
constituents. So tha friendly Inter
change goes on and It is little won
der that Washington enjoys tho
tight of it, because It Is so ruro that
Washington has so many Presidential
candidates hero in ono season, There
are no personal feuds among the as
pirants, as far as known. Even Sec
retary Taft and Senator Forakcr,
both residents of Cincinnati, aro
pretty good personal friends, al
though there is a hot political fight
on, .in which thoy aro tho two prln
clpals. When Secretary Taft first
camo to Washington, Benator Fora
ker gavo n big reception to which all
official Washington was bidden.
AflKI IS OPPOSED TO
"Wo don't like lo bo called
'brown' reporters," said the Japan
ese nowspapcr men this morning,
when Interviewed. They said they
would bo satisfied If called Japanese
' Ambassador Aoki, who claimed
that ho was too busy to bo Intcnlew
ed by tho representatives of the
Amorlcan profs here, expressed his
desire to meet some of tho prominent
Japanese- nnd tho representatives or
tho Japanese press cstcrday after
noon, after ho had had his lunch nt
Thoto summoned by telephone
were Messrs, Aknl, Motoshlge, Mura
kami, Kowahora, of tho Japanese
Merchants' Union, and Messrs. Sheba,
Onodcra and Klmura of tho Japan
In his talk to tho representative
Japanese Aokl said: "I do not fa
vor tho idea of Jnpaneso manual la
borers leaving their own country to
go abroad. Ecn In Hawaii I do not
lllco to sco so many Japaneso labor
ers. Besides this, the United States
Is not tho country to which Japanese
should go, but with tho extension of
tho Japanese influences In Korea and
China they should turn in that di
rection. "I believe that If tho various In
dustries In Japan wcro properly pro
moted nnd fostered thcra would be
work enough for all tho peoplo with
out leaving their own country. Jn
pnn is Binall in area, to bo sure, but
co is England. What wc must have
If, a manufacturing country, which
v. ill bo ublo to support nil Its own
"Tho tlmo Is past when tho Jnp
aneso peoplo could form it Jnpaneso
rommunlty In tho United States, but
In the Far East thero aro much more
sultablo opportunities, where the
Japanese Influences may be extended
with great results. For 250 yours,
under tho feudal 8) stein, Japan was
closed to tho woild and tho other na
tions havo so advanced that it Is im
possible for us to gain a foothold In
tho West. It Is to tho East that wo
must turn our energies nnd wo must
progress In tho continent of Asia.
"In regard to tho naturalization
ft Jnpaneso In tho United States, I
havo said that I am against Japanese
laborers going to thnt country und
therefore seo no need of naturaliza
tion, except for such as expect to
day and mako America their perma
nent home. However, tho different
industries which nro springing up
hero In Hawaii, such as sauco manu
facturing, rlco refining and tho plno-
applo Industry, nro cry good things
ind ought to bo cncouingcd,"
Tho Interview was cut short by
tho arrival and tho reading of tho
cablegram, announcing that Prime
Minister SalonJI had resigned. Aokl
ns greatly Interested nnd wanted to
know tho full particulars.
H, 261, 170.51
Capital nnd surplus... t 891, 579. C9
Duo to banks nnd bank
Deposits 2,09 1,546.35
Notes nnd bills rcdls-
l, 251. 170 51
Honolulu. T. II , December 31, 1907.
I, Allen W. T. Ilottomley, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Dal-
nnce Sheet represents a true and correct statement of tho affairs of tho
Hanking House of Illshop & Compiny ns at December 31, 1907, to tho
best of my knowledge and belief. ALLEN W T IIOTTOMLEV.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 3lBt da of December, 1907.
It It HEIDFOHD,
Notary Public. 1st Judicial Circuit, T II.
Bishop Trust Company, Ltd.
Statement of Condition, Deoeniber 31,
Cash on hand and in Capital $100,000.00
bank J14, 887.30 Subscribed . . 56,000.00
llonds 9,030.00 Stockholders'
Stocks 758.76 liability... 44.000.00
Loans secured by mort- Undivided profits 4,775.24
gages on real cstato... 550.00 Trust accounts 27,712.02
Loans, demand and tlmo, 19,037.73
Furnlturo nnd fixtures... 9,381.10
Ileal cstnto ofllco build
ing nnd slto 20,090.03
Accrued interest receiv
Assets other than tlioso
specified nbovo 7,817.40
Territory of Hawaii, island of Oahu.
I, Allen W. T. Ilottomley, Treasurer of tho Ulshop Trust Company,
Limited, do solemnly swear that tho above statement is truo to the best
of my knowledge nnd belief. ALLEN W. T. HOTTOMLEY,
Subscribed and sworn to bofore mo this 3lBt day of December, 1907.
Notary Public, m Judicial Circuit.
Gcorgo C. Holt, a retired business
man of Taccma, Wifhlngton, and his
"Ifc, nrrlved jestcrday ou tho Man
churia and will remain llll that vessel
has complotud her trip lo tho Orient
Tho annual meeting of tho members
of tho German church will bo held this
ocnlng nt 7:30, and all llioso belong
lng to tho churcn aro cordially Invited
to bo present.
will give you the
Buttermilk and it
will have all of
the butter fat of
the milk, and will
than sold by
Hotel and Fort Sts.
A HIGH ELEVATED TRACT
OF LAND opposite Hon.
Henry X. Cooper's residence
at Manoa Valley with un
obstructed view, on right hand side
cf car line. Will sell one or two
icres to suit purchaser, One of the
very best building lots in Manoa.
WAITY BLDQ., 74 S. KINO ST.
Judge Robinson hold court at Hono
lulu Jail yesterday. This unusual pro
reeding was on account of tho illness
of Ilrady Clements, Indicted for may
hem. Dy consent of counsel on both
sides tho arraignment of tho defendant
took placo In tho jail. County Attor
ney J. W. Cathcart and A. D. Larnach,
assigned as counel for defendant, and
Clerk M. T. Slmbnton accompanied tho
court. Clements pleaded not guilty.
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LAXATIVE UKOMO QuinineTablcts
for Colds, Grip, Influenza or any
Uatarmai uisorucrs, iicaaacnc ana
Feverish or Malarious conditions.
E. W. Grove's signature on every box.
Made by PARIS MEDICINE CO.,
Saint Louis, U, S, of A.
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HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 08
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sts
Tel. Wldte 1090.
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CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
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Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
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Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT NEXT THE CONVENT.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest 7nde Jewelries, Xto.
The Finest Workmanship on the
In true Occidental and Oriental
Come in and make your choice.
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
There is comfort in a mended shoe
if the work is done by us.
Vickers' Shoe Repair
1110 Union St.
P. 0. Box 567.
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