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STORE NEWS IN THE BULLETIN IS OF P0CKETB00K IMPORTANCE TO HONOLULU HOUSEWIVES
There are merchant who do f
not know that advertising start !
a demand for a particular line of
goods, That line lies more or less J
From San Francisco:
llilonlnn Jan, 22
Alameda Jan, 2t
For San Francisco: jli
Hongkong Mnru . . . .Jan. 23
Illlonlan Jan. 23
Mlowern Feb. 8
Aorangl Feb. 0
vr-sm f t m
aormani on weir sneives au
counter! became it encounters the
purchaser by accident When it
it advertised in the EVENING
BULLETIN a great buying; public
is made conscious of its existence.
That advertising does more than
sell this line, it encourages the
hnAit of frequenting the estab
3i30 O'CLOCK EVERY STORE WORTH WHILE ADVERTISES IN THEBULLETIN EDITION
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VOL. X. NO. 3905
Hayasli w Sato
Rapid Transit And
recent decision of tho
preine Court perpetuating mo in-
Court perpetuating tlio
miiEtluii whlcn nrovcntB tlio llnnlil
Transit Company fiom cutting down wrc missed, and that the whole
the I.llllm Btieet service Ik eminently -"W was a result of direct or tndl
Hitlbfuctory to tho Mllliu street pen- ' lect orders coming from the manage
plo. It appears that yesterday tho
company originated n new rule
which made tho making of connec
tions of cats on tho different lines n
Kirondary consideration and placed
tho keeping up of the schoilu.Io time .nnu purpose 01 me company is 10 . ruary. g bu, ,f unnbIa to l0 g0 wouW
us the thing of first Importance fervo Its patrons to tho best of Its rotHr on tfco ncxt tran8t)ort whlcn
This rule, howeWr, wns modified to- nullity," ho said. "There wore no fs fi0 ilcro March 13.
day. I o'dora given for the LIUha street car J -no wMm chang0 ,n program rath.
It nppearB that yesterday, when to run nway from tho King street car or jua. confusion Jn the Atastor'tr
tlic now .nilo was first put Into oper- w, ylce.)raa.,)lt)lJ tliOiputpce..of I hclS5nKn (no WhlfeUouso-Wllson nc
utloiKcit.iluiHlidP'bf Uhu' 'KlnB-'btrect the conlpiiny )o,BjYentbqiWllha.i!trcet c01,j,ting Caso. Judge Lindsay's cleric;
undtUllk? -treet eaTs-mrstieU'eorinbe- ilcoplo as little lnconveniencoias pos- iJoL Jtnrcalllno. Is Bitting as ilastoi
lions, a thing which under tho OKI
inlejiappontid very seldom.:
llhu street people claimed that tjilK
was deno purposely In order to "rub It
In," nnd they weio contemplating
Mdng to the court3 fcguin with n
thargo that tho Hapld Transit Is Ro
tating tho spirit of the Injunction
made ngulnst It. It was even charg
ed that Manager llallcntyne had been
Cu nere louay, inavuig oecn ouuiy uaiungcu uy uuiusiuii wuu mc sicuiuci
AxminsterU -, fp
'-., $ rj i, g , HEBEL3- MAKE HEADWAY?
WASHINGTON, J)., $,, Jan 22. The rebels' Of Hayti are making
headway against thc'Gbverninent forces.
.r.PITTSBUBQ BANKS SUSPEND OPERATIONS- .'
PITTSBURO, Fa.,, Jan. 22. The Traders and Mechanics' Bank nnd
the Treasury Trust Company have sutnended.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 21. SUGAR: Centrifugals, 3.8G cents, or
$77.20 Der ton. Previous quotation, 3.89 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 10 l-2d:Parity, 4,07 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s. 9d.
in black make a suit for men
that is never out of place, ex
ccpt at formal functions,
These suits are neat, and'
natty, for daily, business, or
Single and double-breasted
sacks, fashioned by that
prince of New York tailors,
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
Per Suit $20 & $22.50
The Kash Co; Ltd.
Cor. Forsyte Hotel
ut tlio transfer point on tlio corner
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tmernoon to see that connections
Ilatlentyne, when Been today, stat
ed that It wns absolutely falso that
he or tho Hnpld Transit had done
anything of this kind. "Tho object
fiuie, having regnr.i ror ptn.orpKtsben-
gcrs rtt Uie ayslelp. ,yhreyjr,T ,w.o
find that tho present arrangements
nre militating against tho conveni
ence of tho Llllha street people we
will, in so far as It Is possible, ad
"It Is absolutely false that I was
telling the car crews to miss connec
tions. -- -
MAM' IN NCttYOMC
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22. 1908
Judgo nohtnson of tho Circuit
Court, with his wife, will leavo for tho
Coast on the transiort which Is duo
tliu end of (ho week.
This Is somewhat sooner than tho
Judgo expected to leavo, and necessi
tates Judgo Lindsay taking over the
criminal work of the court at onco In
stead of next month, as had been
planned. Tho transfer was made till"
morning, Lindsay trying the cas,o of
Oliver Kano. Judgo Robinson has
concluded his labors for tho present
und will leavo, probably on Friday. Ha
Is taking Mrs. Ilobluson to tho Coast
for her health. Ho stated this morn
ing that he hoped to bo able to re-
turn nn Ihn rmnattnrt Thnmntt mi TVtK
,n .t caa0 l0 tako tesllmony, and
,,t Was 'ossuary for a chango of sic
nographcrs to bo mado and for the
bailiff of Lindsay's court tn act as
clerk In the criminal caso on trial.
.ChiriluAchl. 'Iho politician and
lawye'ivwho-Wnio Hme'.ago announc
ed Ills' IJiientlon 'of founding n school
whero'inmblloua Jyoung Hawnllans
mlifht.S-lnarir' how to becahia District
mlght'-lcarn' how to becomo District
Magistrates, got a cull-down from
Judge Lindsay tills morning on ac
count of tho way ho balled up Ills
tv'ngllsh nnd the lack of intelligibility
of the papers ho had filed in a di
The. caso was that of Maracnn Akt
Kanoho versus Joseph Kanoho. cAhl,
who appeared- for tho llbellco, filed
what ho called a "rcprlcatlon" he
meant replication In which tho
words and phrases were so twisted
tnnt tho Court was utterly unable to
matto sonse of It.
' Judgo Lindsay, after struggling
awhile with tho mess, throw up his
hands In despair, and then adminis
tered n roast to the lawyer for his
carelessness and the moanlnglcssncsi
ut his legal documonts.
a little money you would
like to invest safely and
We are the people you
want to see. We make a
specialty of that sort cf in
vestments, and we have es
tablished a reputation that
we are proud of, for busi
ness sagacity and honesty.
We charge nothing for a
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W. F. FREAR, G0VERNR0R OF HAWAU
Tho small farmer and the dlvcrsl a citizen labor class to tho Islands
lied Industries wub tho subjoct chos- might well bo solved without a sac
on by Governor Frcar for his address rlllco to tho sugar Industry, hut, on
which he delivered this noon at the
Commercial Club. Taking this as a
basis, he dwelt nt length on tho Im
migration problem, stating ns his
opinion that tho problem of bringing
Now At Their Best,
leave Your Order.
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY,
72 S. King. Phone 16.
in the handsomest and best
appointed Cafe in town. Have
you tried it?
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
J. HOPP & CO.??
LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.,
ft t 'A lonJgUrjl' Lit wi
tho other hand, to Its economical ad
vantage. Ho closed with a rovlcw of
tho weakness of Hawaii's land law3
and the necessity of seeing that sel
lers shall bo bona fldo.
A largo gathering of morchants
nnd their guests had assembled to
hear tho speech, and the really excel
lent address came ns a solid and ex
cellent treat to tho mind after tho
excellent menu provided had been
discussed. Tho Oovornor was Intro
duced by Geo. V. Smith.
(Continued on Page 4.)
Relieves headaches, stom
ach and liver disorders.
Hol lister Drug Co.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE. PARCEL DELIVERY,
I'M ''.".? '
i leave tbwn twice a day
Wacons leave tbwn twice a day for
Punnhou and Nuuanu at 10:30 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m.i for Waikiki, at
10:30 a. m.; for Kallhi, at 3:30 p.m.
The Immigration matters under co'nslderatlou by the 'AlKerlcnh 'arid
Japanese Governments are rapidly straightening out., .Consul Halto this
noon received the follpwlng cablegram from Foreign Minister Daron Ha
yashl, which states the situation, ns regards the emigration A Japanese to
1 "The remission to be given to the Japanese laborers who emigrate
to Hawaii is limited, for the time being, to the following classes only:
"First Those who have been in Hawaii and desire to go again;
"Second The parents, wives, children, brothers, and sisters of the
persons who are presently 1 vine in Hawaii;
"Three The husbands and wives of the brothers and sisters qnoted
j'This-takes effect on the First of Febrtuuy, 1908."
Breckons and Hendry
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 22. The President has nominated R.
W. Breckons as United States Attorney for Hawaii and E. R. Hendry as
United States Marshal.
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FLEET SAILS AGAIN
RIO DE- JANEIRO, Brazil, Jan. 22. The American battleship fleet
with the exception of the provision- ship Arethusa has sailed for Punt
Arenas, Straits of Magellan.
BATTLESHIP MISSISSIPPI READY FOR BUSINESS
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.,. Jan. 22. The new battleship Mississippi has,
been turned over to the Government
WAS PEKIN'S GOVERNOR
PEKIN, China, Jan. 22. Nantung, former Governor of Pekin, haa.!
been appointed Comptroller, of Chinese Customs. ''
P. 0. Box 469.
PRICE 5 CENTS
In buying shoos, in order to got"
A Shoe with a Reputation
REMEMBER that Onr "All Americ"
shoes for men have given taeir mak
ers the greatest reputation in the
world for good, honest shoe-making.
The handsome Blucher Bol is only
one of the many good ones. It's made
of Gun Metal Calf, Medium 'Narrow
Toe, with an Easy 8wing. Low Mil
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