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VOL. X. N0. 3908
HONOLULU SPORTDOM INCIDENTS
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Wallach Refuses To
Sign New Agreement
Roasts Committee And
Says He Can Force
J. Lor Wnllaeh will not sign the
Board of 'Health's agreement. Ho
lias so notlflod tho Committee of Tun,
which ho Incidentally hr.ndu u sar
castic roust. Ills refusal Is embodied
In tho following letter which he sent
to .1. C. Lmio this morning:
Honolulu, T. II.,
January 2G, 1908.
John C, Lane, Ksq., Chairman of
Committee of Ten, Honolulu, T.
Sir: In reply to your communica
tion under date of January 2-Ith,
1908, I beg to state that I am un
nwaro of any new application to tho
Hoard of Health for permission to
treat twelve (12) persons affllctotl
with the disease of Leprosy nt Ka
lllil Receiving Station, now residing
at tho Leper Settlement, Molokal,
nml thercfoio do not see the neces
sity of my signing any now ngi ce
ment 1 have already signed tho final
New York Tailor.
That's enough for those
who KNOW. To others, wo
can only say, "Come in and
see them. If you like the way
they look, try one on. THEN
you'll see what style and fit
"Then ask the price. You'll
NEW LINE OF THE
The Kash Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort & Hotel
A MERCHANTS STORE IS AS IMPORTANT AS ITS ADVERTISING-NEVER MORE S0.1NEVER LESS SO
3230 O'CLOCK HONOLULU'S
Terms and Conditions of tho Hoard
of Health In re my application for
treatment of twelve (12) lepers, In
mates of Kalnupapa, Molokal, to be
held at the Kallhl Receiving Sta
tion. This Agi cement and Its set of
Conditions was also signed by tho
Hoard of Health, through Its Presi
dent, L. n. Plnkham, and yourself,
as Chairman of tho Commlttco of Ten
and approved by the Commlttco of
Seven, Molokal, as per resolution pas
ted by tho Hoard of Health at Its
meeting of December, 1907.
Aftor all signatures wore placed
on that Agreement, wo notified tho
public, at a meeting held at Aala
Park, on the night of December 28,
1907, that ovcrythlng now waB all
right and I was icady to start for
Molokal with Mr. Plnkham for tho
selection of my patients. In your
Commltteo'a own words wo asked tho
public that night to Join us glorify-
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MADE IN NCW YORK
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. JANUARY 25. 1908 -
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I" Grand Old
.Hon. Koklchi Mlzuno, tho now
Japanese Consul General for New
York, who passed through hero with
his family on tho liner Hongkong
Maru, wis entertained by Consul and
Madam Salto whllo In tho city.
When Interviewed by a Bulletin
reporter this morning, the Consul
rpoke of Admiral Dob EvaiiB as tho
Grand Old Samurai and referred to
tho good-will of the Japanese toward
him in glowing terms.
Consul Mlzuno said, "I am going
to New York as Consul General for
the Japanese Government. I havo
been a Consul to Hankow and Chcc
foo, China, and am somewhat famil
iar with tho situation thcro. I was
once n secretary In tho Japanese- Em
bassy at llerlln. Previous to my ap
pointment as Consul General for Now
York, I was appointed secretary of
the Embassy at Washington, which
position I havo not hold, however.
"The relations between tho United
States and Japan ate most cordial
and there will bo no war between
theso groat Powers. Of course some
of tho foreign newspapers havo been
and are yet publishing articles and
rumors of war. Tho Jnpaneso havo
a little money yon would
like to invest safely and
We are the people y.ou
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 oharge nothing for a
Fori St. Bcnoluln
HOME BUYERS ARE
not the slightest Idea of going to
war with the United States. The
Japanese throughout the cmplro aro
anxious to see and extend tho most
rlncero roceptlon to the United States
Bob, "Grand Old Samurai"
"I can't heln but admire Admiral
Evans, the commander-in-chief of
one of the largest fleets in the world,
"lie certainly Is a 'Grand Old Sa
murai,' a grand old knight. I am
personally acqumalnted with Admir
al Evans. He and I aro close
friends. I met him at Chofoo, China,
whero I was Japancso Consul. Ho
was tho commandcr-ln-chlef of the
United States fleet In Chtneso waters.
When I first met him I was struck
with his grand appearance His coun
tenance Is full of commanding quali
ties and ho Is possessed of ti noble
and dctornilned charactor. From
(Continued on Page 3)
Now At Their Best.
Lavt Your Orfa-.
I8LAXD FIUIT OOMPAXY.
72 8. Star. ZkoM II,
in the hanaiomtst and lust
appointed Cafe in town, Have
yon tried itt
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & COOKE BLDCJ,,
BULLETIN READERS ED1TEON
200 Ml SM IRIP
n Washington, Jan. 17. Tho tt
St Lake Submarine Boat Company tt
ti hnB submitted two proposition) tt
tt to tho Secretary of tlio Nay to t:
tx construct a boat mul recclvo pay tt
tt out of money reserved from an tt
K appropriation for that purpose. St
SS It proposes to build cither n 300- St
SS ton of a GOO-ton boat, aud It is be- St
St lluvcd that tbo Navy Doparlmunt SS
tt will accept tho offer for tho larg- St
SS er boat, which will cost about tt
tlSSOO.OnO, and haro a steaming SS
tl radius of 2000 miles. SS
tt Tho boat, If ordered, will bo SS
SS built In llaltlmoro, and on com- SS
SS plctlon will bo assigned to Sail SS
SS Francisco, probably going thither SS
SS via Magellan under Its own SS
tt Hteam. It will hnvo a spcod of SS
SS twonty-slx kuotu. SS
in. Nmi nun m
n Thcro aro good Porto HI cans tt
tl a well an othent. v tt
tt Ono hears so much about tho tt
tt bad ones that tho roport from tt
tt Kwa plantation of tho good work tt
tt dono by tho gong of Porto Rlcans tt
tt on that plantation Is deserving tt
tt prominence. tt
ft Manager Itcnton Is quoted as tt
tt saying that ho has a gang of Por- tt
tt to Rlcan cane cutters that ore tt
tt doing tho best work of any raco tt
tt or nationality ho has over cm- tt
tt ployed at that work bar aouo. tt
tt It Ib truo that Mr. Itenton has tt
tt been very careful In his selection tt
tt of tho men. Tho Porto Illcans tt
tt havo bucIi a bad name generally tt
tt that all thoBo applying for work tt
tt havo to show n good record. But tt
tt tho fact ru'.nnlns nlit Hip good tt
tt Porto Wean Is :iut excelled by tt
tt any workman In the cane Held, tt
tt Similar favorablo reports havo tl
tt como from other plantations, but tt
tt tho cane cutters of Kwa aro per- tt
tt haps tho record breakers In that tt
tt they aro credited with doing tho tl
tt best work In their lino, when ti
tt compared with all competitors, tt
tt tt tl tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 25.
SUOAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 9s.
0 3-4d. Parity, 4.00 cents.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Jan. 24.
SUGAR: 06 degree Centrifugals, 3.77
cents, or $75.40 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.80 cents. Comparative
price for last year. Jan. 2, 1907, 3.56
cents; Feb. 1, 1907, 3.48 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 10 l-2d.
Parity 4.07 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s. 93-4d. Comparative price
last year, Jan. 2, 1907, 8s. 9 3-4dj
Feb. 1, 1907, 8s. 9d.
Burns' Anniversary Smoker a
night of real joy.
Selievts headaehes, itom
ash and liver disorders.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE. PARCEL DELIVERY.
Wagons leave town twice a day for
Punahou and Nuuanu at 10:30 a. m.
and 3:30 p. m,; for Waikiki, at
10:30 a. m.; for Kilihi, at 3;30 p.m.
JACK LONDON'S ARE
IN SAN FRANCISCO
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 25. Jack London and his wife arrived
here today. They came on business and will rejoin the Snark at Papeete,
OLD NEWS RETOLD
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 25. An order has been issued prohibiting all
emigration to Hawaii except relatives of Japanese already there.
This Is an Associated Press report of tho rulo which the I) u 1 1 c 1 1 n
published exclusively three days ago, having secured the official order
from Consul Salto.
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 25. The bank statement issued today
shows that the banks have increased their reserves during the week
fourteen and one-half millions of dollars,
m i i
MAYOR TAYLOR TO WED
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 25.
Eunice Jeffera during February.
WON BURNS HANDICAP
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 25.
The Burns Handican at Montgomery
was won today by Alamor, Rifleman
up. .Time, 2:10 4-5.
REVOLT LEADER IS SHOT
PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Jan. 25.
The revolt has been suppressed and
leader Jean Junneau shot.
BY SCHOOL BOY
Luhlau and Lono In the Tolls
Raisins Money Order From
$3 to $30.
United St-ttB District Attorney
Ilreckons and Marshal Hendry re
turned today on tho Klnau from Htlo,
bringing with them two prisoners,
Moses Lono and Sam I.uhlau, charged
with trying to boat tho Government
by means of a raised money order.
Tho prisoners nra both boys, stu
dents at tho Hllo Hoard Bchool. They
admit their guilt aud will formally
plead guilty beforo Judgo Dolo nt tho
April torm of court, to which they
wcro bound over.
Luhlau appears to havo been tho
leading spirit lu the crime. Lono ro
colved from his father a money ordoi
for tlirco dollars. This Luhlau took, '
and by a pleco of c!oor yet simple
penwork ralsod It to $30. Then Lono
cashed It. Lono was first arrested and
accused of tho crlmo, but aftor study
Ing his handwriting, Drockons canm
to tho conclusion that tho boy could
not havo committed tho forgory, al
though ho passed tho raised money
order. A study of tho notebooks of
all tho boys In tho school led to a
chargo being placed against Luhlau,
who later confessed.
P. 0. Box 409.
The experience of really act-
ive and prosperous merchants is J
summed up thus: "If you have I
anything you want to sell, adver-
u-. ia if ti.. :. 41.- ... . ...1. '
iibc ll. Aiua is uic lUiu uuu iuu'
stance of the wisdom gathered
up in years of trading. And this
reasoning is true because such a
newspaper as the EVENING
BULLETIN carries into thousands
of homes the information that
there is something to be sold and
that information reaches the peo
ple who need that something.
Mayor Taylor will marry Mi
TORPEDO FLEET IS SIGHTED
Anoctatnl Pmt Special Cable)
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Jan. 25. .
The tsrpedo fleet of the American"'
Navy has been sighted.
A bill Introduced In Congress pro
poses creation of tho United States
national bank of America with cap
ital stock of S100.000.000.
IN MURDER CASE
Prosecution Must Elect Upon. Which
of Six Counts to Try
Judgo Dole this morning gavo a rul
ing on tho motion of John Wynne, tho
man charged with tho murder of Mc
klnnon on board the Ilosccrans, to
compel tho prosecution to olect upon
which of tho six counts lu tho Indict
ment It proposes to proceed to trial.
Tho ground of the motion was that
tho several counts differ ub to tho
place whero tho homocldo was com
mitted. Two of tho counts allcgo that
. It was committed on tho high soas,
I two that It was committed In a "cer
tain naven or tno pacuic ucean, to
wit, tho harbor of Honolulu," and two
that It was committed "In a certain
arm of tho Pacific ocean, to-wlt tho
harbor of Honolulu."
Tho judgo finds that tho last four
counts substantially descrlbo tho Bamo
place. Ho therefore allows tho mo
tion Insofar ns to require tho prose
cution to olect whethor It will pro
ceed upon tho first two counts of the
Indictment, or upon tho last four.
J. P. Cooko and Chas. It. Frazlot
wero among tho arrivals on tho steam
Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
judged by your personal appearance T
Don't clothe your body well and neg
leot your feet; you may lose out by
wearing shabby shoes.
Immense Stook of
was never so complete and up-to-date
as now. We ha$e embodied in our
thoes nearly every leather known.
When passing by, stop and look
at the Leather Window Display.
Fort St. P.O. Bos 469. Phone 282.