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VOL. X. NO. 3907
STORE NEWS IN THE BULLETIN IS OF P0CKETB00K IMPORTANCE TO HONOLULU HOUSEWIVES
Si80 O'CLOCK EVERY STORE WORTH WHILE ADVERTISES IN THE BULLETIN EDITION
There are morohonts who do I
not know that advertising starts
a demand (or a particular line of
pood, That line lie more or less ,
dormant on their shelves ana
counters beoauto it encounter! the
purchaser by accident. When it
is advertised in the EVENING
BULLETIN a great buying public
is made conscious of its existence.
That advertising docs more than
sell tills line, it encourages the
habit of frequenting the establishment.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
Portugal Conspirators Evade Prison Bars
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OEOROE B. CORTELY0U, SECRETARy'oF THE TREASURY
' AVASHINOldN', I), C. Jnn 14.
Secietnry Cortclou has resigned.
Tills Is tho nnnounicment thut c.imo
coupleij Willi his icturll from Now
York tonight. The Btory curient hero
Is that tho presidency of tho Knick
erbocker Tiust Conirany was offered
' WA3IIINOTON, 1). C, Jun. 15 -Secretary
Cortolou Btotitly denies
that ho Is going to retlia shortly
lrom tho Cabinet Ono of Cortelou's
closest personal and official friends,
however, In forms tho Call's corre
spondent that, despite the denial, the
Secretary will soon relinquish his
post, l'ostmnstcr (leneinl G-corgo von
Lengcrko Mejer la commonly named
:is the llhety sitcccshor to Cortolyou
nt tho treasury. Mejer has earned
n high place in tho regard of tho
President during Ills short Incum
bency of tho rostofllce Department.
Koine of his friends doubt whether
ho would caro to nccept this Impor
tant advancement nt this time, be
cause he has become so much inter-
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HI M II DKE HJK SEASIDE
Toklo, Jain7. J.ipa ies (If ot I
in .lap.ineso waturs, ccej)t fm smull
(.reisers In China mid Korean pirti.
llavo ghcii disposition of all ship, to
Associated i'roga couvspondeut today
Tho foregolngt from tho Japsnoao
minister of merino, is , confirm tlon
of his statement to tho Associated
I'imb that lie ?ac wllllns to niako n
full Mnloment If It would In any way
nlhiy excitement, though ho coii3ld
"orcil tho rumors from Kuronu hardly
Tonight In honor of the officers imd
Indies on tho transport Crook, there
v. Ill he ono of tho finest dances ot the
Gcnson at tho popular Seasldo Hotel,
tho only hotel that Is withstanding tho
pietent dull beason. All the frlcuds of
the Army and Navy, and of tho Sea
side, as well as tho guests of tho other I
hotels, nro cordially Imlted to attend. I
Should tho transport Crook not nrrlvo
In time tho dnuco will go on Just the
Steerage Passenger Has
Disease And Others
When tho big liner Hongkong Maru
tirrhed In port this morning: shu wont
directly to the quarantine station
wharf liiBtcad of her regular place,
the Uackfeld dock. This was dono on
account (if tho fact that there Is a
well developed case of small-pox on
board. Although very llttlo of tho
details ot tho caso can bo learnod un
til Dr. RamiiB has made a thorough ex
amination, It Is known that ono steer
age passenger, n man, now has the
small-pox, and It Is thought that bov
ernl otherB nro developing cukoh
There Is one suspect, lit particular
Tho boat Is being thoroughly fiimt
gated, nnd will bu allowed to continue
on her way to Frisco. Sho will Ball
nt noon tomorrow. Thoro nro about
200 steerage passengers on tho beau
tiful vessel, and all of these will be
detained at the quarantine station for
14 dns. All of the cabin passongers,
of which thero nro 33, will have to
submit to vaccination before they will
bo allowed to continue their passage
to the mainland. A number of these
liut) already had the toxlu Injected
Into their systems, nnd will thorcforo
not be held. Tho cabin passengers
who are vaccinated may go on to-Snu
Tho Maru Is being thoroughly fund
gatod and cleaned today. On account
of tho largo number of people exposed
to tho disease, thero Is grent danger
of Its spreading, nnd drastic measures
nre being taken. Thero nro a fow lay
over passengers who were booked to
hnlt nn thn ntiln. nnd tt. Ih pyitoctnri
Ihnt mnut it tlinm ill1 vn tlnnnltn flin '
smallpox scare They will not hnvo
to bo vaccinated, according to officials
nt the Uackfeld wharf.
The Maru carried about 2S0 passen
gers In all, and 450 touB of through
freight. Nothing will bo left here. If
possible, tho big stoaniBlilp will Ball
tomorrow at noon.
Burns' Anniversary Smoker on Sat.
Eve, Jan. 25. Tickets, $1.00.
Symphony Orchestra lehenrsal this
ovcnlug The final ichearsals aro now
being held fm tho coming concert next
in black make a suit for men '
that is never out of place, ex
cept 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. Fort c Hotel
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I ij Viv'?"! Jn f A t1 "rlffVii "SEE
"I paid $200 nn aero for my land'
which tho Advertiser talks about this
morning," snld 1.. h. McCandlcss, "and ,
I notlco tho Territorial government Is
advertising land of tho same char
acter to bo Bold at $2 an acre."
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 23.
SUGAR: 0G degree Centrifugals, 3.80
cents, or $76. per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.81 cents.
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Lucy Kamnka has filed Butt for di
vorce against her husband, S. I. Ka
maKa. Sho alleges that last August
ho diove her out ot tho house a,nd has
slnco lived apart from her and has
not supported her.
tt Washington, Jan 16. When M
tt tho attention of the war depart- tt
tt ment was called to n San Fran- tt
K Cisco dispatch sajtng that war tt
tt supplies and heavy guns were be- tt
tt Ing hurried to the defense of tbo tt
tt Pacific Coast, It was Bald that tt
tt nothing outsldo of the ordinary tt
tt routine work planned 18 months tt
tt ago was being undertaken. tt
tt General Arthur Murray, chief tt
tt of artillery, has been working tt
tt steadily on tho defenso of both tt
tt the Atlantic and Pacific coasts tt
tt for Bomo time, and It In believed tt
tt that when details of this work tt
tt wero noticed near San Francisco tt
tt a war scaro was started. tt
tt General Murray sas the work tt
tt should cause no feeling of appro- tt
tt hcnelon. tt
.. In Court
Charges of fraud, deceit, and In
tent to client and defraud are made
against P. K. It. Strauch, and an
additional charge of conspiracy Is
made against Strauch, M, W. Tschu
dl and Mrs. Fanny Strauch, wlfo ot
I. K. It. Strauch, by John P. Kaha
hawal in a bill In equity Hied In the
Circuit Court last Wednesday. Ka
hahawal claims that the defendants
named entered Into a conspiracy
among themselves to cheat htm out
of a pleco of land, and that Strauch,
taking ndvantage of tho plaintiff's
Inability to read or write Kngllsb,
Induced htm by fnlso and fraudulent
statements, on May 23, 190C, to
sign n deed conveying the land, tor
M00, to Tschudl, trustee.
Tho land consists of 2.2 acres at
Niolopa, Nuunnu valley. Strauch,
according to tho statements mado'Ia
the bill, told Kahahawal that the In
strument bo was signing was a mort
gage to tho late Henry Hog.m, to
secure payment of his wife's counsel
for services to be rendcrod to tho
plaintiff's wife In a suit In eject
ment then ponding against the plain
tiff's wlfo, Mnlle Knaukuu, by the
Dowsott Company. Strauch was at
that time acting ns the legal advisor
ot plaintiff's wife, and whon the
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
Hawaiian Trust FURNITURE
1 Fort St. Bcnolnh
J.-HOEP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.,
But Napoleon' Preserves
Tho Coraniittoo of Ten, which hno
been handling tho Wallsch matter,
held a meeting yesterday afternoon.
which finally wound up In the deci
sion that it would ndvlse Wallach to
sign tho agreement offered by the
Uoard of Health. Thero was consid
erable discussion, some- of tho mem
bers being of tho opinion that It
would not bo to tho healer's Interest
to sign the document, but the major
ity thought It best for the cauBo that
ho sign and thus put an end to the
matter. In accordance with this a
letter has been written to Wallach by
Johu C. Lane as chairman of tho com
mittee, asking him to sign and re
questing blm to get ready to make
tho necessary arrangements for his
trip to Molokal to select his patients.
At tho meeting emphasis was placed
on tho point that Wallach did not
want his personal liberty Interfered
with In any way. Ho wanted to bo
absolutely sure that he would bo ablq
to leavo the Kallhl receiving station,
where he Is to conduct hlB exporlmont,
at any hour of tho day or .night when
ho should so desire. With this end
In view a committee of throe was ap
pointed, consisting of Lane, Joe Forn
and Clias. K. Notley, which was In
structed to wait on I'roaldent Plnkham
of tho Hoard of Health for tho purpose
ot making arrangements tor the In
stallation ot a telephone at tho re
ceiving station, so that Wallach would
at all times be nblo to get Into com
munication with tho outside world.
In tho mean time the great man him
self has not mado and Indication ns
to whether ho will sign tho agreement
or not, and even Notley, who has beeu
officially a i guli'n philosopher and
friend, is in tho dar.t J'utley slid to
day that ho had gono to seo Wallach,
but whllo Dr, and Mrs. Atchcrloy, tho
now attorneys and others ot the host
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A now macaroni factory Is to be
started In Honolulu. A now com
pany has been formod and the ar
ticles of Incorporation were filed
with tho Registrar this rooming. Us
name Is tho Hawaiian Macaroni
Manufacturing Company, Ltd. Tho
Incorporators are five Japanese K.
Ynmnuioto, who Is president; N. Ka
bajasht; S. Yoshlmasu, secretary; T.
Kobayashl, treasurer; M. Ido and I.
Tamabayashl, all of Honolulu.
The capital stock Is 10,000, with
the privilege ot Increasing this to
$50,000. Par value ot shares Is 50,
There has been subscribed 200 shares
making G000 paid In.
Friday, January 24.
U. S. A. T. Crook Captain C. P.
Williams, from Orlont, 1:30 p. m.
' ' .
Relieves headaches, stom
ach and liver disorders.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE. PARCEL DELIVERY.
Escapes Fjoni Prison
LISBON, Portugal, Jan. 24. There have been no further develop
ments in the conspiracy to overthrow the King of Portugal and establish
Dr. Farman Lopez, who was connected with the plot to kill Premier
Franc, escaped from San Julia prison aided by friends, who took him in
an antomobile beyond the reach of pursuing officials.
Disastrous Fires In
Baltimore And Portland
BALTIMORE, Md., Jan. 24. A fire in the wholesale district today
did $400,000. damage. Three firemen were killed and sixteen injured.
PYTHIANS NARROWLY ESCAPE
PORTLAND, Maine, Jan. 24. The City Hall and Police Station
were destroyed by fire today. Seven hundred Pythians who were hold
ing council in the City Hall, narrowly Mcaped, The lots, is a million
m i on-
Will Meet Torpedoes
MONTEVIDEO, Urugay, Jan. 4. Five Argentine warships will meet
the American torpedo fleet.
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Storm The Atlantic
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 24-. A severe storm is raging along the
REBELS ARE SUCCESSFUL
PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Jan. 24. The Haytian rebels have cap
tured Port de Paix.
ROTTERDAM, Jan. 24. All the people from the wrecked Amster
dam have been saved.
Klghteon of the sugar companies
and othor corporations which appealed
from tho assessment of tho Assessor
on tho depreciation claim, hao filed
motions in tho Supremo Court tthat
they be allowed to present evidence
which wns refused by tho Tax Appeal
Court. Six corpointloiiB foiled to fllo
any such motion nnd the Attorney
General moved for Judgment against
them, which waB allowed by tho Court
The companies against which Judg
ment will Issue are Hakalau Planta
tion Company, IIIlo Sugar Company.
HutchliiBou Sugar Plantation Com
pany, Olownlu Sugar Company, Ponu
huu Sugar Company and Walmanalo
Mrs. McDonald has leased tho Iseu
berg residence at Punahou for a per
iod of ten vcars, her Intention being
to conduct an uxcluslvo boarding
Pcoplo of Illalr, Wis , think a man
who died thero In 1900 nnd who was
known ns "Br Gardner," wns William
Rockefeller, Sr, father of John D:
, Wagons leave town twice a day for
Punahou and Nuuann at 10:30 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m.; for Waikiki, at
10t30 a. m.; for Kalihi, at 3;30 p.m.
In buying shoes, la ofder to get
A Shoe with a Reputation
REMEMBER that Oir "All Anerioa"
shoes for men bare given tixix mok
ws the greatest reputation in the
world for good, honest thoo-moMsg.
The handsome Bluoher Bol is only
one of the many good ones. It's made
of Gun Metal Calf, Medium Narrow
Toe, with an Easy Swing. Low Mil
P. 0. Box 440.
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