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VOL. X. NO. 4173.
STRANGE FATALITY IH WAKE OF KOKI CASE
"TEN YEARS OF PROSPERITY" DOHRMAN
PEKIN, China, Dec. 3. Puyi, the child Emperor of China, ascended
the Throne yesterday. The edict issued by the regency government
pledges the Throne 'to follow the poliay of the late Emperor. The people
are promised constitutional government in nine years.
AND QUIET DOWN
PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti. Dec. 3. There was looting and a general
state gf anarchy throughout the city last night. Twelve were killed be
fore order was restored. The situation today is one of comparative quiet.
FRISCO'S NEW MYSTERY
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnlif., Dec. 3. Henry Boas, a traveling salesman,
died here under most mysterious circumstances. His death was due to
poisoning by strychnine sent him in a letter.
KOMURA TO ROOT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 3. Japanese Ambassador Takahira to
day conveyed to Secretary Root the congratulations of Foreign Minister
Komura on the recent diplomatic exchange, setting forth the settled poli
cies of the two nations.
STRICKEN BY ASSASSIN
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Dep. 3. Ishmael Maher Pasha was as
i mtm m i
SATTERLEE SWORN IN
WASHINGTON, D. C Dec. 3. Herbert Satterlce was today sworn in
as Assistant Secretary of the Navy, succeeding Newberry.
DEATH FOR FISHERMEN
TOKIO, Japan, Dec. 3. Thirty-five fishing boats have been wrecked
off Hatsu Island. Over 350 fishermen have been drowned.
NEW RECORD MADE
Twclvo days and nfteon liciurs from
Nagasaki, JLhe fastest tilp ever muilo
by u vcBhel of lier class, was tho it
md inado liy the U. S. Army trans.
poit Thomas, which arrived hero nt
8:30 o'clock this morning. Good
weather was eticounteicd all tho way
IK ross nnd tlielifflcers ofMlie Thomas
bcllevo that their record Is llkolv to
i.tnnd for bomo time.
though tho Thomas waa due to ar
rlvo tomorrow, the attaches of tho
loi.il depot quartermaster's office did
not exjiect to seo hor boforo Saturday
We arc teady for the Holiday Rush. We are Btocked
up with the handsomest line of fine ties and cravats ever
The wife's Christmas present of a tie to her husband is
always appreciated and we would like to see the man who
would not be proud tj wear any one of the ties we show.
You just cannot maks mistake in selecting them.
The Kash Co.,
CORNER OF FORT AND, HOTEjSTREETS.
f vail iiaucwKnrnavMaHP iac ' i I '
morning. Shortly after da break sho
was reported, however, and by s
clock tho voyngera were'exorclslng
on the streets of this city.
The Thomas spent but twenty-four
hours In Nagasaki, taking on but
2200 tons of coal, considerably less
than usual. Aftor leaving tho Jap
anese port the Bhip Btrdfck up a lively
gait and was enabled to keep it up
until this harbor was reached.
Tho Thomas carries a long list of
cabin passengors, largely composed of
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY,
PREPARE TO SEND
So Far Only 5 Per Cent.
Of Post Card Votes
When the Korea sails for the
Coast tomoriow she will have on
hoard a broadside of ammunition in
the Federal building site matter sent
to Washington by tho Chamber of
Commerce and the Merchants' Asso
ciation, all In favor of the Mahuka
The Chamber of Commerce will
Rend the resolutions It has passed,
strongly opposing the proposed
change of site, as well as certified
copies of the minutes held on July
17, hist year, nnd of last Saturday
and Monday, the former being the
occasion on which the Mahuka site
was at first endorsed by the Chamber,
and the latter two being those at
which tho resolution committee was
appointed, reported, nnd had Its re
port adopted. Copies Will also be
oent of the decree and the petitions
In the condemnation suit for the Ma
htika slle, maps of the site, and cop
ies of articles appearing In the press
on the subject.
The Merchants' Association will
send a copy of Its resolution against
the change, and the postal cards
which have been received with votes
on the question. This forenoon about
two hundred of these wero received,
and so for less than five percent,
of the answers have tfeen In favor of
the Irwin site.
COMES IN ARIZONAN
Laden with 038G tons of mixcollnn
pons enrgo for these Islands, tho big
freight steamer Arlzonan of the American-Hawaiian
line, entered harbor this
morning nnd tied up at tho railroad
wharf. Tho Arlzonan brings n large
cargo of Christmas goods as well us a
considerable quantity "of staples'.
Thcio aro 'pianos, sewing machines,
phonographs, canisters of blasting pow
der, mules and bales of hay Included
In tho enrgo, a large part of which is
intended for Oalm. More than 100
Singer sewing machines wero unloaded
this morning. ''
Tho Arlzonan brings six husky mules
for tho local quartermaster's corral.
There, aro nearly a hundred head of
horses, and nudes on board for Hllo, so
mat as far as live stock is concerned,
thu ship Is filled pretty nearly to her
Captain Nichols reports a pleasant
trip from the Coast, though tho weatn
ur during tho first two days was rather
rough. The ship was well laden, how
rver, so tho heavy seas had but llttlo
Al'OMONA On School street, Decem
ber 1, 1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Apollonn, a son.
Tho American Humane Association
Jld Itty thirty-second annual conven
tion at Now Orleans In November.
If You Arc
a HOUSEHOLDER, you may
awake some morning to find a
handsome door or window
Return from an evening
out to find money and jewels
A policy in the PACIFIC
COAST CASUALTY COM
PANY will protect you. The
cost is nominal.
923 FORT ST. -
A Honolulu merchant's best bid
NIECE OF MOSES
' KOKI IS DYING
Report Says Material
Witness For Defense
That tho nieco of Moses Kokl, n ma
terial witness In his trial. Is ljlng at
her homo near to death Is the report
that has como here from Hawaii, The
trial of Moses Kokl on a chargo of em
bezzling something over $1000 waH to
have begun several weeks ago, but It
was then iiostponed-on thu leprexcnta
,tlon of Kokl'H counsel tlfat he was tho
only one taking caro of the sick girl.
Tho case, was then postponed sine
idle, but It was thought probably that
tho trial could bo started some time
next week. Mr. Dreckons, U. 8. At
torney, has made arrangements to go
ahead .with the second trial of Kokl,
I but he" will probably allow n pontlnu
once In case tho above report proves
i Dad luck seems to have hounded
this family since Moses Kokl was
first upprebended and iharged with
robbing tho United States mails. Two
of his relatives who were alleged to be
numbered as his accomplices have.
died. Tim girl who Is at present ao
near deaths door Is a material witness
for tho defense. ,
Will Make FlourCoffee
Etc., From Useful
That a St. Louis man Is planning tu
locate In Honolulu a plant for con
verting hanauas Into flour, coffee,
desstcatcd bananas la ono of tho Inter
esting features contained In the report
which Secretary Wood will present to
tho Promotion Committee nt Its meet
ing this alternoon.
In full the report reads as follows:
liy tho last steamer, we received a
letter from Mr. W. (1. Nolmyer, general
agent at Chicago far the Southern
Pacific linos, staling that ho and his
ofllco forco were doing their utmost to
Interest the traveling public In Hawaii,
being stimulated to renewed effort re
cently by i)urton Hotmcs. who gave
four lectures on Hawaii In Chicago dur
ing the week ending November 21st.
Dr. Ij. B. Spcrry writes from Water
loo, fowa. November 19th, In part as
follows: "I havo given my Hawaii Ice-
fture five times this season and am to
put It on In two or three titles In this
Stato during the coming month. The
colored ftsh plates and night blooming
cereus views attract a great, deal of
attention and comment. In Boston,
where I recently gave 'Hawaii,' the pa
lters spoke highly of my viows and lec
ture." Tho District Passenger Agent of the
Canadian Pacific Railway Company In
Doston, writes under date of November
16th, "I havo Just given my roan "Tho
Cross Roads of the Pacific" to a lec
turer In this city. I would therefore
appreciate it If you could send mo an
other ono for my ofllco."
Clippings to hand this mat) speak of
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Get Rick Quirk
by having someone else do. the drud
gery. No use going yourself when
one of our boys will go quicker aud
give you time to mai:e money,
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & C00EE BLDO.)
for holiday trade is a Bulletin ad
DECEMBER 3, 1908. 10 PAOES.
Cases Tried in
Acting Attorney General Whitney
In at present working on a law which
will be Introduced to the considera
tion of the Legislature for a change
of the Judicial Circuit in which Ka-
luupapa and thu Leper Settlement
proper ut Molokal, is situated.
The Attorney General's Depart
ment handles all the cases that arise
with respect to matters at the Settle
ment, apd, as Molokal Is now clamed
In tho Second Judicial Circuit with
court on Muul, It Is necessary for a
member of the Department to go to
that Island for each case. If Ka
luupupa Is put In the Kirst Judicial
Circuit, all cases can be tried hero
In Honolulu. The proposed change
will not affect the rest of tho Island
Mr. Whitney is still working on
the tenement house law, which will
hit directly at the Japanese camps In
the residential sections of tho city,
lie Is finding considerable difficulty
In the construction of a suitable law
covering the chief points in this
question, without having the law
then apply., to all boarding houses,
such as The Pleasanton, for Instance.
Got your name on the list for an
automatic telwhone. All subscribers
will. be .taken care of. rirtT'Mftte"
list will get the first phones; CJ1 at
Abigail tW Knwananakoa was this
morning appointed guardian of Kaplo-
lani unmpDcil who has beon held In
adoption liy the )!( lln. Camnboll
Parker. Llttlo Kaptolunl In five years
Lnd nlno months old. Samuel Parker
was appointed guardian of Mary Ileal
rice Campbell, who Is fifteen years of
age. Doth were appointed to servo
Tnm Inhnann. Itnnlr ,! r.k.mtlti...
Savings anil Trust company, of Clovo-
inuui v,., IIMB UVVII Bum lu U1U UlUve-
land Trust Company and tho First Na
tional bank of that city.
James J. Hill said at Now York
tho cuuutry must cooperate with Pres-
lilent-iilnnt Tuft In ftllfllnt- Ihn Inn.l nn
a prosperity basis. Ho was optimistic
on ouiiooK ior Dullness.
Our Christmas Boat
will be the "Alameda," sailing for
the Coast on Bth inst.. to be sure to
place your fruit orders with ni in
Island Fruit Co.,
Phone IS. 72 S. Kin St.
SUGAR PROTECTION, FEDERAL WORK, INCREASE OF MILITARY,
NEW INDUSTRIES AND TOURISTS HIS REASONS FOR
BELIEVING HONOLULU IS TO HAVE A
That Hawaii will enjoy solid pros
perity for, ut leant, the next ten years
to come, Is the prediction of V. V.
Dohrmann, the prominent Coast bus
iness man, who, coming here with
the delegation of business men who
visited Japan, remained over for some
time, during which he has tahen'aii
active part In the discussion of tlie
main questions which loomed up be
fore the business community. He will
leave for the Coast tomorrow, nnd
goes away with a feeling of confi
dence, based on the observations he
has made during his stay, that Ha
waii Is entering on a safe and solid
career of prosperity.
"My general Impression Is that Ha
waii Is entering on n new era of de
velopment," bald Mr. Dohrmann.
"Not like ten years ago, tho boom
year, which was not at all a benefit,
but rather a detriment, but an eri
of solid, alow hut sure Improvement.
I came to these conclusions simply
from Impresslomi, and impressions
are not always to be relied upon, hut
all the same there aro certain signs
which generally mean cortaln re
"In the first place there seems to
reason why the policy of tho
Government of protecting the princi
pal industry of the Islands, should
bo changed. Therefore the sugar In
dustry will, I think, continue to be
tho principal .source of income for
C. Miller, a sailor of tho Iroquois
who was held a prisoner at the Naval
Station, broke loose last evening and
repaired himself uptown, where. It Is
said by the police, ho had an engage
ment which he was bound to keep,
Jutl or no Jail. It U also alleged that
he took a rovolvcr from the naval ar
senal before embarking on his quest.
Miller wound up at tho famous
Winston block. Here he was espied
by thu vigilant Col, Knox, who report
ed to the.jiollco that a strango colored
gentleman, sporting a revolver, was
tr)lng to break Into tho select colored
i.oclety which Is domiciled In thu
Olllcer Mannso responded to tho call,
and found Miller, who was taken to
the station and locked up for Investiga
tion. The gnu could not bo found
Miller said that ho had given It to an
other colored man. but that gentlcmuu
was at tho tlmo Incapacitated by too
copious libations, and could not bo
aroused. This morning when ho had
recovered, consciousness, he explained
that Miller had given him the gun, but
mat no nan reiurnea It.
Kekuahlahla, a Hawaiian, who In
A Patent dress shoe made
with a feather-weight, flexi
ble sole and innenole.
This give the shoe that
comfortable feeling that we
like so much in our old
They are made by one of the best factories from selected
leathers by skilled, experienced workmen.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
9V Stocks and bonds can be adver
tised to cood advantage in the BUL
LETIN, either by sellers or buy
ers, and the cost of an ad, is a
Mighty Small Commission!
PRICE 5 CENTS.
"Next In lmpor.tnnce, If not for a
while of i'iual Importance, I consider
the Impiovemeutri under way mid
contemplated by the Government,
which will bring n greul deal of mon-
cy Into ciiciitnlluu In the Islands.'
From my observations In other
places, L, Judge that even after the
principal Improvements have been
made, the Government will spend a
great deal of money here annually.
This thcrefoic means that for tho
next ten )eais to lome, nt least, n
new clement In favor of prosperity
for the community.
"In uddlthm, the Government will
maintain here u large number of of
ficials, both In the Army and Navy,
and it large number of Midlers nnd
sailors,, which vlll not only add tu
the money In clivulatlon, but which
1 make Hawaii u social center, which
Is bound to be n great attraction to
I tourlMs and travelers. I thereforo
look for jii Increase In the number ot
visitors, which lu another clement ot
"Klnally, I understand that there
aro a number of dlversltled Industrie
under way and planned -which will
help to develop the natural re
sources of the Islands.
"All of these elements I feel can
not fall to Improvo conditions goner
ally by degrees, even though thero
are many drawbacKs that remftln that
will somewhat retard nil the possibil
ities of the Islands."
said to he a firUnn ctinnl. (Ma nnnn
wont to his homo lu retortion lane.
With a Mi? anil n i.iviiH.tr ll flt-n.l
ten JiiiU and threatened to shoot his
wire, no was albo taken In chargo by
The quarterly convention of tho
Young People's Union will bo held In
Central Union church Saturday oven
Ing at 7:30. Mrs. Kathcrlne Kent 'Stew
i-nson will speak. Kveryono should
avail themselves of thin uiiimrtiinitv-
of hearing Mrs. Stevenson. Every
J. I. Sllva, Kleolo, Knual, Is holding
tho largost clearance, salo ever known
on tho Harden IbIo. All lines of goodu
are redneeil ntui m.iin- ii.iii.i,... i. re
gains may bo secured from him.
Twenty-seven Chinese wero nrrPBtcil
this noon by Officer I.eal nt a placo on
Maunaken street. Tlmv wnfn int,A.i
i up for Investigation, It is believed
mat tney wero playhig palkau.
S"For Rant" cards on tale at
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