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A MERCHANTS STORE IS AS IMPORTANT AS ITS ADVERTISING--NEVER MORE SO, NEVER LESS SO
3:30 O'CLOCK HONOLULU'S HOME BUYERS ARE BULLETIN READERS EDITION
The experience of really act- f
ivc and prosperous merchants is !
summed up thus: "If you have I
anything you want to sell, adver- !
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From San Francisco:
Asia Jnn. 27
Mongolia Fill, i
For San Freaelsco:
lillonlnn Jnn, 2S
China rob. 29
Mlowera Feb. 8
Ao.-angi i eb. B
I1SV li, AliiB i9 111V 9UJM UJ1U BUU'
stance of the wisdom gathered
up La 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 reaohes the peo
ple who need that something.
VOL. X. NO. 390?
HONOLULU, TERRI TORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, JANUARY 27. 1908
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NEW PICTURE OF GERMAN
I Of If
A Kimil cnricspondent willos !
the 11 u I 1 o 1 1 n :
In lila tnlk tu the merchants
at tho Commercial Club hut
wools Governor Frcar touched
tho voiy heart of Kuluheo homo
utoujl pioposltlon wncn Iio said, v
"(llvo tho l.iml to tho sm.ill !
sottlcr .it it low figure Hut bo i
CUSTOM-MADE by AL
FRED BENJAMIN, the New
That's enough for those
Who KNOW. To others, we
can only say, "Come in and
sec them. If you like the way
they look, try one on. THEN
you'll see what style and fit
"Then ask the- price. Yoj'11
NEW LINE OF THE
The Kash Co. Ltd.
Cpr. Fort & Hotel
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suro ho Is a bona flilo settler."
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dono here, nml tho Hxccuthe la
about rorrect !
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Now At Their Best.
Leave Your Order.
ISLAND FHUIT COMPANY.
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MADl. IN NLVV YORK
The birthday of Emperor William of
Germany wns celebiatcd ns usual In
grand stjle at the German consulate
In tho building of Hackfehl & Co. to
il a. A largo number of natives of
tho Fatherland, ns well as many rep
resentatives of other nationalities,
notably llio members of tho consular
corps, paid their respects to tho great
ruler by calling on his locul rcprosen-
lathe, Consul W Pfotonhnuer, and th j
function wns In n every nay tin elab
Tho formal reception began at 11. 3d
o'clock, when the bund, which was sta
tioned In tho yanltitrnck up the Ger
man national anthem. Consul 1'foten
hnuer rccolvcd tlio guests hi the
looms dooted to the, consulate in the
Walklkl w Jug of tho b'njltllug Ho. was
assisted by I). K.Jt. lsenberg nnd H. I.
Isenberg. From tho start a largo
number of visitors cimo In a steady
stream Into T.ie anlu room whoro they
wero received, and filed Into the Inner
foom. Tho place was' decorated with
pictures (showing tho Umperor 1'uerst
Iltsmarck and other notable figures In
tho history of the empire. Champagne
nnd other refreshments wero served
Among tho guests were Drltlsh Con
sul Forstcr, Ilrltlsli Vice-consul T
Cllvo Davles, Italian Consul P. A
Schaefur, Ciilnehe Consul Chang Tso
Ton, Admiral Very. Major Dunning
und staff, Col Jones, Captain Sam
Johnoon, 8. M Damon, Jas P Mor
gan, J A McCnudlcss, Ceo I" Davles,
11. D Mend. Geo A. Da Is, Ooo. II
Carter. Dr nnd Mrs W P Straub.
Jpilgo Klngsbur), P. Pruudonburg, II.
Pocke, R. P. Iinge, W iJinz, A. A.
Dias, J. D Gaines, A a. Cleghorn. V
II. I'arko, M. rhllllp3, Chns. Ilustacc,
Robert l.ewers, AsobcUUb Justices
Wilder and nation, Chief Justlco Hart
well, It n. Hcidford, Hubert Catton
nnd nmu others.
This evening tho baud will play at
nninin Squnro a program arranged es
pecially for tho occasion as follows:
March "i:mporor' Illrllidnj" . Faust
Overture "Festlvnl" Weber
l'anfisla "German Tattnn" .... Saro
Sell ctlon "Bongs of Germany" ..
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. ,nr. by Iturgcr
"Oorman War nocollectlons"..Thlelo
Medley "Giirmun Marrhes" .
I'lnalo "Popular Airs" .... Slownrt
"The Watch on tho RJilne "
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
a little money jou would
like to invest safelyvand '
We are the people vou
want to see. ,We make a
specialty of4 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
Fori" St. H'.nolnl
(Special Bulletin Wiicless)
HANA, Maui, Jan. 27. The surviving members of the officers and crew of the American ship Eclipse, Captain Larscn, arrived on the beach
here this morning.
The Eclipse, bound from Newcastle to San Francisco with coal, foundered at sea on the 11th inst. in 3Q N. latitude, longitude 155.
The captain, mate and 14 men took to boats. The captain, mate and 11 men arrived here this morning, three men having died at sea
yesterday from exhaustion.
The shipwrecked men are being well cared for at Hana and will go to Honolulu by the Claudinc. The ship is owned by Eschcn of San
The Eclipse sprang a leak during a severe storm and was abandoned after a four days' struggle at the pumps. .
Tho Kcllpso was out 103 dajs from Newcastle on her way to San Francisco but io comment had been nrouxed at this port ou that account, ns
iho Is not ery well known here Tho usual tlmo for tho trip between Nowcastlo and San Francisco Is nbout 50 dns though mnii) cbiels make
ihp distance In lp or 45 When tho matter wns called to the attention of Shipping CommlcMouir Almy this morning he at once exprekhfd surprise
that tho vessel should huu taken so long to nuke tho nyage. Tho Kcllpso Ib captained b) Captain Union, mid tho consigners are J J Mooie &.
Co. Several cbboIh hao gono over tho same routo as the Kcllpse lately, und thoj have all made good time The last cm I covered the distance In
t Associated Press mciu! CnbtoJ
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 27.
The Supreme Court has declared the
act prohibiting railroads from dis
criminating against labor unions 'to
AMociatrd l'rttt Bprctat Cable
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 27.
The new battleship. South Dakota
was placed in commission today.
WHOLESALE SECTION BURNED
PORTLAND, Me., Jan. 27. A Are
in the wholesale district today did
damage placed at a million dollars.
EUROPEAN SPECIALISTS TESTIFY
NEW YORK, N. Y Jan. 27. En
ropoan alienists testified in the Thaw
The ofHclal flag of tho Capitol Is
flying from tho stuff In tho grounds
today In honor of the birthday ot
Emperor William of Germany.
in the handsomest and best
appointed Cafe in town. Have
you tried it?
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
J. HOPP & CO.,
LEWERS & 000KE BLDG.,
. The Ooo Slice 150.000 damage suit
agalnBt the Mutual Telephone Com
pmy bar, been compiniilscd An
agreement . -.. it 1 jed uetwiuu thu
plaintiff and thu defendant during tho
noon recess of tho court, after u Jury
had been secured for tho trial of tho
caso, which it was supposed would
last nearly a week.
Tho terms of compromlso uro not
mudo public, but It Is hinted that tho
plaintiff agreed to quit for $1000.
Goo Shco Is the widow of Chang
Vce Tong, who wns killed In 1903 by
nn electric wire, through the negli
gence, tho complaint claims, of tho
telephono company. The first trial
icsultcd In 11 hung Jury, one man
standing out against tho 11 others.
Tho following was tho Jury which
had been selected to dccldo tho case
Win W lluckle, Win. V. Kimball.
Henry Kane, Geo, II, Greene, John P.
Sopor, N P. Lemon, John B. O'Con
ner, Tranh J. Dutra, Walter C. Oil
man, Geo I.lshman, Wm Hose, Ed
win O. White.
Testimony was tnken today by U. 8.
Commissioner Frank Hatch In tho ad
mlralty suit of J. N. I.ittlo et ul vs. J.
D. Spreckels & Co.
Relieves he&daone, stom
ach and liver disorders.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
VICE. PARCEL DELIVERY.
Wagons leave tpwn twice a day for
Funahou and Nuuanu at 10:30 a. m.
und 3:30 p. (ra.; for, -Waildki, tit
10:30 a. m,; for Kilihi, at 3:30 p.m.
This is tho last day in which J. Ur
Wallach can sign tho agreement of
tho Boat J of Health. Tho Commit
tie of Tun held n scctct meeting at
the o.llci of ,s' Foruaulez this noon
Wallach was not present as he has
gone to Walalua and will not bo bad.
until late this afternoon, too lite toj
sign beforo tho time limit b tho
Hoard's ultimatum expires I
At tho meeting tho following lettur'
to I.auu fro'11 President Plnkham of
the Hoard of Health wasl-eud. j
January 25, 1908 N
I received a call from Chas K Nnt-
ley and Joseph Pern who Inquired If
J. i.or Wallach would bo allowed n
telephone, to which I replied "certain -
ly, or all other reasonable conven-
Imces ho may deslro."
"Thoy further Inquired If a guard
would bo at hand all tho tlmo and m
reply was 'there would und that such
! was tho case at present, as tho sta
tion was never left without a keoper
for a moment."
Later I met Mr Chllllngworth on
Merchant street and upon his making
tho simo Inoiliy I lopllod tu tho snmo
Prom n letter received by Chns K
Notluy from his In other at tho Settle
(Continued on Pam 7)
P. 0. Box 409.
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NEW YORK. N. Y., Jan. 27. The
marriage of Gladys Vanderbilt and
Count Szechenji took place today. It
was one of the most elaborate func-
jtions New York society has ever
lAtBocmtra' 1'rett Uptcial Callc
0HICAGO, 111., Jan. 27. One
fireman was killed, other injured,
' and half a million dollars' damage
1 done today by a fire in the Florence
Plurlon Pinncols, the deserting
rnllor from tho French bark llochc,
wns given a hearing thjs morning
before tho United States Commission
er, ndjudged n deserter, and remand
ed to tho custody of the Marshal,
pubject to the Instructions of tho
Pi until Consul
Tho school nt Walmnn, Kami, has
bco.i closed for two wooks ou account
ot an epidemic of vnrlnlnld
Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
judped by your personal appearance?
Don't clothe your body well and neg
lect your feet; you may lose out by
wearing shabby shoes.
Immense Stook of
was never so complete and up-to-date
as now. We have embodied in our
ihoea nearly evcrv leather known.
When passing by, stop and look
at the Leather Window Display.
Fort St. P. 0. Box 469. Phone 282.
rename w:f&iiiititi't' fr iv,,teiA A
, I iJuA s'.&.ll: atatt.
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