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tised to pood advantage in the BUL
LETIN, either by sellers or buy
ers, and the cost of an ad, is a
Mighty Small Commission!
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A Honolulu merchant's bsst bid for holiday trade Is a Bulletin ad
VOL. X. NO. 4175.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1908. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
rpUESDATS BULLETIN will
L contain the Complete Text of
President Roosevelt's Message
FREAR HEARD FROM
All yo imllcii offlrera who arc t tiir
pooled tr hitting if rolvril "culi ' -DCWAKi:
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J111 InveMliVatlim, mill rimii nil 1
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I'treoilhiKly flofc mill si nrchlni! exuhi
lirttion lei determine whether n mil
1 ho Insidious bus I'oniiniml) known its
Vki'UIiik ii lnkeorc" has oaloii Ha ..j
hilo llio he ills mi'l souls of tliu bu..
It'll l)IKJIll7.ltlim llll' 1'llllCB I'oiOn.
Dli-elosiui's li.it 0 been hoveling ovr
tlio clear sk for boiiil' ttino past, ,11s
closures that. It Is alleged, would to'!
how iitllcciK of tliu law lint i' li.'in juld
111 gltl! till) ll(llll('lur.1 Of Cllllll'rO
'gambling houses liiiiuii'iltt fiom tliu
I. it, unit nott tint llio in titer tins b t"i
Vailed nllli Lilly In tho attention o t.m
Allium') (iijicml'H department. It I
(eitaln that thero will ho a flr.t" I
Klicrirr Inuket illil not eill Mil'
matter to the u'tciulnn of ho Attor
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A more correct representation. of Joy 1ms never been obtained thai r. Bulletin newsboy on his
Thanksgiving celebration. More bays means more Joy. While the B u lie tin boys 'were celebrating
their Thanksgiving at the Moana Hotel this .year Mr. J. W. Caum succeeled in getting a small section of
them together long enough to take a snap shot. They are, a great-crowd of boys under any circumstances
and lively workcis every day as well as at the Thanksgiving dinner table. This photo, dots not show all.
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Control of Molokai .-
ppoinfs Fi ear Ranch Changes: Hands
GOVERNOR TREAR AND DELEGATE KUHIO ARE GREATLY DISAP
POINTED WITH STAND TAKEN BY THE LOCAL COMMERCIAL
BODIES PRESIDENT ROO&EVELT TAKING ACTIVE INTER
EST IN HAWAII SPECIAL COASTWISE LEGISLATION
WASHINGTON, D. C.
"Honolulu business organization? arc opposing the "special coastwise
law, end the Delegate and myself an gieatly disappointed. The with
drawal of the bill means injury to the Tcnitory, both there and here.
Secretary Garfield concurs in this virtv. The Picsidcnt is recommending
special coastwise legislation for Hawaii." FREAR.
Acting (ioveinor Mott-Smlth this out to some extent at tlio lccent
niutnliig icclIvciI tlio above cable- meeting or llio Met chants' Assocln
Kiani f 10111 Washington, whoro the tlim. hut notwithstanding1 the ob
Coternur 1ms now been for the paHt Jectlons of some of tlio nieiiibeis, the
two ilajij. It explores the ileep ills- uiajmlty, favored the net Ion icrjitest
nppolntment ot the Chief executive oil by the Matron Navigation Com
anil DeleKnlo Ktihlo, as woll as Sec-,; pany.
letaiy fini field, that the business or- That Ticslilent U taking nil nctlvo
gaiiU.ttloiiM of thlri tlty should u- lntciest In Hawaii Is evlileliicil by
tiait their fonuni' atottcil policy In ' the statement of Clot ei nor Pi car tht
the fate of tthat appi'Jis to pionilse the I'reshlent Is ailtoiatlug special
lertnln roaatwlro legislation for tlio legislation on tlio mastwlbo question
Islnmls. for Hawaii. It Is'not altogether Im-
This c.'imo question, whether It piobable that the two waning f.iu
wim best to nppt'ai' In a taitlllntlhg tlons In Hawaii inny ilvtcr. Congress
light lieforo Congiess, was threshed finiii taking nny ileflnlto nctjon.
Wc arc ready for 'the Holiday Rush. We arc stocked
up-with the handsomcit line of fine tics and ciavnts ever
The wife's Christmas piescnt of a tie to her husband is
always appreciated an 1 we would like to see the man who
would not be proud to wear any one of the ties we show.
You just cannot maks mistake in selecting them.
The Kash Co,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
COOKE, LTD., BUYS ENTlfcE INTERESTS OF HARTWELL
FAMILY GEORGE iCOOKE WILL BE MANAOER PROP
ERTY WILL CONTINUE AS RANCH CONSIDERATION RE
PORTED TO BE A QUARTER-MILLION DOLLARS
C. M. Cooke, Ltd., has bought con
tiol of the Molokat Hunch Company,
purchasing, the tutttie Interests held
by the Ilaitwell fauitly, which has
been In fontrol for about it car.
Ceotgo Cooke will tako charge of the
Hindi as manager. It Is reported
that tlio deal Involved about it quarter-million
ilollais, but no figure has
been given mil by the pintles Inter
'Yes, contiol ot the Moloknt Ilanclt
Company has beon bought by C. M.
Cooke, Ltd.," said 0. II. Cooke, when
afcked about the matter this fore
noon. "It simply Involved tlio pur
cliaso of tlio entire Interests held by
tliu Ilaitwell family, which hereto
fine held control. Tlio lest ot tlto
Ftock will t emaln In the eame hands
as before. Tlio concern will continue
to bo inn as a ranch. There may bo
soma developments, but they will lie
In that, line. Thero Is no sugar prop
osition on foot," ho added, with i it
"It Is repoitcd that tlio ftguro In
Lost III the darkness on the I'atioa
slopo of Tantalus, exposed all night
to the elements and uunblo to extri
cate herself from the position Into
which she had fallen, Miss Chrlstman,
a nurse of I he Queon's Hospital staff
had a trlug experience liBt night.
Knim midnight 'until about" 10 o'clock
this morning search parties hunted
for her, and great anxiety prevailed
among her friends. 1MIts Chrlstman Is
a,t present confined to her bt'd nt the
hospital, being utterly exhausted from
Miss ChHstman, who came to tho
islands about two months ago, left
the hospital for a tramp up Tantalus
yesterday forenoon nt about 10 o'clock.
She Is a trained pedestrian, but was
not familiar with tho trulls or with the
peculiar conditions which confront the
climber of lluwnll. She was due to
go on duty at the hospital at 7 p. ni
and when she failed to turn up at
that hour, those In charge- became
anxious. Finally ut. about midnight
tho police were .notified, and Mounted
Officers Mokumnla and Wlro wore, sent
to search or her. Superintendent
Eckariltvulnb sent a number of Jupan
eso up tliu mountain to assist. .The of
ficers .found 'several people on Tanta
lus who had seen the 'ypung.l&ay at
various points 'yesterday afternoon,
but none of them werejiblo to give
much of a cluu as (o her whereabouts.
Flnully nt about 10 o'clock this fore
noon tho officers met Miss Chrlstman
on 'tho road, as slio was on tier wav
home In a Japanese vehicle. It ap
pears that she had managed lo get
back to tho road alone,and had found
a Jap-tncsu who could drivu her back
Miss Chrlstman could not be seen
today, as slio was confined to her bed
by tho orders of tho house surgeon,
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,narv ll, ,,M Amarlnnn Hi.irn,- C.n.l""" '""""" """ U"tTUU front
. 1 V. - -- --'complete oxhuustlon and was In a
which, after a disastrous tutlcmpt toiBtnto 0f nervous ..-fitement caused by
make sugar pay, abandoned that her trying exiierlesc. SM had also
pioposltlon and converted Its prop-(received some bruises on the ftco. but
eity Into it lunch. Contiol of tho H "as not expected that any of the
stock was bought about u cnr ugolco81e1"",1; will bo sorlous.
liv Chief InsttcH llurtwell and his1 Mls11 chr'8""ll had told tho Btir
bj Cher Justice iartwel and I w.BC0U tllnt Bno ,)a(1 B d h,
hon, Chas. llurtwell, who bought the jwfta cUuMug on tho ,,a'uoa Mo of (n(J
Interests held by A. "M. Iliown and Tnutatiis ridge. Sho had fallen down
A. 1,. C. Atkinson. It is this stock lit steep Incline, and all her attempts
WAS RUEF'S HOPE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 5. Attorney Blake was today on tha
stand as a witness for the Prosecution in the case of Attorney Murphy.
Blake repeated on the stand his confession implicating Murphy and New- i,
burg, attorneys for Ruef, in attempt! to bribe veniremen called to servo '
on the jury to try Ruef. '
m i m j
which has been bought by C. M.
Cooke, Ltd,, and added to tho block
already held by George Cooke, who
has for Bomo time past beon living on
MOONLIGHT DANCE AT
SEASIDE HOTEL TONIGHT
Tho Honolulu Scasldo Hotel will
Join In tho Walklki moonlight festiv
Hies this ovenlng by giving a danco at
eight thlity Special music will bo
luriilshcd by the original Ka.u dice
Club. A lordinl invitation In all Is
volvud was aliuut 12r0,000," said tho extended.
tepoitcr, "Is that coneet?"
Mr Cooke answered that, ho did
not uiio to glvo out tho figure,
The Molokai Hanch Co. was for-
If You Arc
a HOUSEHOLDER, you may
awake some morning to find a
ltandsome 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.
; Trust Co.Ltd.
023 FpRT ST.
Ret our coupons for tho doll's
house at Whitney & Marfsh's.
Ret your lunch at tho New England
Bakery, Hotel street. "
Get Rich Quick
by having someone else do the drud
gery. No use coins; yourself whon
one of our boys will go quioker and
give you time to mane money.
to get back to tho ridge were In vain.
Soon darkness foil, and sho had ta
abandon all attempts to leave the
place where sho was virtually impris
oned. Through tho night In the wind
and rain tliu ifnfortiinato woman lay
tdilverlng without protection among
tho ferns. Finally nt daybreak slin
tried again to Olnib tho rldgo, and
after a long nnd desperate effort she
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Deo. 5.
SUGAR: Beets. 88 analvtii. 10.
3-4d. Parity. 4.12 cents. Previous
quotation, 10s. 2 l-4d.-v
CIItlRTON In San Francisco. Nov.
13, 1908, Loulso Wllmot, beloved
wife of Kobcrt A. Churton, and sis
ter of niliabcth J. Manning, a na
the of Kuglond, aged 21 years.
MARE ISLAND, Calif., Dec. 5, The monster collier Prometheus was
launched today from the Navy Yard with imposing ceremony. The great
vessel was christened by a daughter of Constructor Evans and every de
tail of the launching was perfect. A large assembly of Federal, State,
and municipal officers was present. Jas. F. Morgan represented the Ho
nolulu Chamber of Commerce.
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TRINIDAD, Colo., Dec. 5. Four members of a family living in this
town were murdered in bed this morning at an early hour. They were
brutally slaughtered with an axe. It is believed that a suitor of one of
the' girls of the family is responsible for the horrible work.
SIMON ENTERS CITY
PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Dec. S.
Gen. Simon at the head of 8000 sol
diers entered the, city' today and was
welcomed by "the people.'
"ADJCnULXOGHXAN DEAD '
NEW YORK, . Y..Do. 5. Rear
Admiral Coghlan, a notable fighter,
who once gained notoriety by singing
a 'song of the Kaiser, died here to
day. ' ,
CRUISER YANKEE SUNK
NEW BEDFORD, Mass.. Dec. S.
The cruiser Yankee, which was pull-,
ed off the rocks yesterday, sunk to
Annlo Jones, a part-Hawaiian girl,
was committed to tho Rlrls' Industrial
school tod'ty tinder rather peculiar
circumstances. According to tho ik
Ilco thcio was nothing to say ngalpsl
her conduct, but she was committed at
tho lnstanco or the Mld-I'acltlc Insti
tute, formerly the Kawalahao Semin
ary, because Tier mother was dead and
her father, who Is a singer on tho
mainland, could not be located.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin cilves a comolata summary of
tha nwa of tfio day.
' ! I . .
We wish to inform our friends and
patrons that in order to hare fruit
reach the Coast in time for Christ
mas, it must leave on the
Alameda, 9th inst.
Island Fruit Co.,
Phone 15. - 72 S. King St.
ARRIVES IN HARBOR
'Twenty-four nnd n half days out-1
from San rrnnclsco on her long triii J
to the Rllbcrt Islands, tho llttlo rm-
nllnn mlRuloTini v upluinimi, Tflr,.
Illnghaiii reached the offing bhortly
after S o'clock this morning and sig
naled for a pilot The Hirnni Illng
haiii is owned by the American
Hoard of Commissioners for Foreign
Missions nnd Is commanded by Cap
tain and Hev. A. C. Vnlkun.
1'iobably u week will be spont liero J
before the Illruni lilnghum Btnrts on
tho Bccotid part of her long Journey, i
Tho Hiram Dlngham Is probably f
one of tho smallest craft that ever
started out on so long and Important j
u Journey She Is nfty feet long at
the water line, slstcen nnd a Jinlt i
feet beam, and has it gross tonnage i
or twimt-elght Her net tonnaga Is '
live She was completed in San j
I'uiuclsto Just shortly before start- '
Ing on her Journey, having bqoif ton- !
structcd to tako tho place ot tho old '
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..u.ti uiti&imiii, tvmtll wus UUUlMn l
onn . .... . . -
- mm worn oui in mo missionary
service. . ,J
The new Hiram Illnglinm Is equip
ped with it -horsepower gasoline
engine. Sho was built for missionary
work among the natives of tho Oil
liert Islands, nnd is equipped wth.'
the view to nttlng her for that ofllee.
Services Vo held nt tho different
ports by Captnln Walkup. (
The most Interesting nnd vnluaula
part of the cargo which tho Hiram
lilnglinm carries is tho Ollbcrtlan die
tlomiry, complied by the late Hev.
Hiram Illnghnm, In whoso honor the
schooner Is named. Tho dictionary
Is considered Dr. Illngham's greatest
work, he having practically spent his
llfo In compiling It.
Chairs, Hookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED. , 1
J. Hopp fe Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.) ' '
A Patent dress shoe made
with a feather-weight, flexi
ble sole and innersoles.
This gives the shoe that
comfortable feeling that we
like so much in our old
They are madeby one of the best factories from selectel
leathers by skilled, experiemced workmen.
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Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
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