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Moana '. Dec. 12
Mnkuru Dec. S
A Honolulu merchant's bsst bid for holiday trade is a Bulletin ad
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7 1908. 12 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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Ssy Stocks and bonds can be adver-
Used to Rood advantage in the B U L- ' fj
L E T I N , either by sellers or buy-1
ers, nnd the cost of an ad. is a 'JJ
Mighty Small Commission! m
pUESDAY'S BULLETIN will
contain the Complete Text of
President Roosevelt's Message
EUROPEAN LABOR FOR HAWAII
GALBRAITH WILL UPHELD
"Aloha Nui Oe"-Catch
Phrase At Fair In 1909
COMMISSION ADOPTS NEWSPAPERMAN'S SUGGESTION WITH EN
THUSIASM ELECTRIC 8IONS AND THOUSANDS OR CARDS
WILL BEAR INSCRIPTION MAY OET THE "ALBATROSS" TO
TAKE EXHIBITION OF FISH TO GREAT PACIFIC FAIR
If Jim were the lankt-st kind of a
'.'inlllilnl, In Seattle, Washington,
didn't Know u thing about the nuin
r.oi h, customs, or Inngungc o( old
Hawaii, iintl without the faintest (oil-
Inlands using It, tills little catch
I In r so will undoubtedly lie the athei
tlslng hit ot the Exposition at Seat
tle In 11)09. As "Watch Tuconm
Orow," the advertising slogan of a
lepllou of any tongue hut that of , I'm I tie Coast tlly, wus lo the Portland
jour niothei, what would jou do if
owiy nun, woman, unci iblld ul
Jim mtt gae ou n lieuty slnp'oii
the luck nnd gieetcd 5011 with till)
enigmatical, jet niuikal, ronglomci
atloii: "Aloha Nul Oo"?
nVou would probably think nl first
(Hat the whole community had gone
Nayy; then on second thought would
wonder what tho deuce tho people
weiu suliig nnd whnt made them
mil I lu mi when they said It, And jou
wo'ild wind up with learning that
"Alolm mil on" culled tho well wish
is and love grcotllig of everyone who
was using it, nnd befoie )ou lenllzcd
the fact ou otitelf would he ghlug
tlie he.iutirul Hawaiian snlutatlon to
all join fi lends. It Is catching 011
ery incision, nnd how much 111010
mi will It bo when qerono at an ex
position like the Aluska-Yukon-Paclf-!r
Pali has It at the end of the tontic.
"Aloha Nui Oe" the Passward
With glaring, llnshlng electric
Ugms forming tho letters ,TAlolm
Nul Oe Itnwntl," with llttlo curds
on whlt.li the Inscilptlon peculiar to
Hawaii Is printed, with all kamnal
lius and tourists who hae visited tho
Kxpositliui, so will "Aloha Nul 00
Hawaii" he to the great Seattle Pali.
Thousands of small cards with tho
siiggc3tic Inscription pilnted on
tlu in wilt piobably he circulated at
the Queen City during the Imposi
tion, The suggestion that this, bo
done mine from 11 local newspaper
man. Fish Exhibit on "Albatross"!
Whether or not Hawaii's fish ex
hibit (an bo safely taken ftoni hero
to Seattle Is 11 question that is worry
ing the Pair Commission to some
itent at the present time, and the
best solution of the problem seems to
lu to get the Alhatioss, thei official
craft of tho Pish Commission, to
carry the exhibit. This boat has ev
)iy facility for Biifely transferrins
the llsh exhibit, and If It can he se
iiiiril, a speclul exhibit of tropical
and Hawaiian llsh could be gathered
nnd presented to tho Fish Commis
sion for use in Its exhibit In the
Go eminent building. The matter
was discussed at length this morning
nt nn impromptu meeting hold In tho
pfllce of W. II, Habbltt, nt which 8pe
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Garfield Cables Endorsement of
European Immigration Scheme
CONFERENCE AT WHICH GOVERNOR FREAR,.JOHnd. TRENOR, AND PRESIDENT FABBRI 1.WERE
PRESENT, IS HELD IN WASMIHUXOX Jitiuia Atuunv. Afi-KUVAL, ut imtuktant luuajj
CONFERENCE HELD TODAY AT DEPARTMENT INTERIOR BETWEEN SECRETARY GAR-
FIELD. GOVERNOR FREAR, ERNEST FABBRI OF NEW YORK. AND J. D. TRENOR, AGENT OF
BOARD OF IMMIGATION. WHOLE SUBJECT OF IMMIGRATION WAS GONE INTO FULLY. IT
IS HOPED IMPORTANT RESULTS WILL ULTIMATELY FOLLOW DISCUSSION.
JAMES R. GARFIELD, SECRETARY.
WASHINGTON, DEC. 7, '08.
rxecuthe endorsement of Hawaii's ho expected to havo n conference with' means of transportation. Ernest
Immigration plan Is convoked In the Pecretary Garflold nnd other officials rraubl, who Is mentioned in the cabla
nhmo cablegram from S cretnry of the !n Washington as soon as possible, and as being present at the meeting. Is
Interior James It Garfield to Recre-.lt tho plan mat lie placed before tnu the president o tho society lor Italian
tnrv of the Territory K. A. Mott Smith, tneetltu inetiwlth approval, It would Immigrants In New York City, and ho
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prnciiruii.r mean execiunu enuurse., win oe instrumental in securing mo
inent of the Uuroieaii immigration 1 best class of worklngmen for Iluwali
reheme. That this lias come about Is Tho fact that he Journeyed from New
evidenced by tho cablegram sent by York to Washington simply to bo pres'
Secretary Garfield this mot'nlng. I cnt at tho conference shows the Im
John I). Treuor was sent, from hero portanco which he attaches to tho mis
What tho message means Is easily
pcrcelwiblo to nil who hnvo followed
tho European Immigration pollt)
which litis a hi ays been-nil ocatod by
(ho II nl lot 1 11. It means that the
government Is fnorablo to the plan
uf bringing Kuropcan Immigrants to
Hawaii to settle on and open up tho
Soma time ago E. A. Mott Smith,
president of tho Hoard of Immigration
recehed a letter from John D. Trenor,
dated November 2. wlftch stated that
Work Will Start On
Daily tomnriow morning tho first 1 be elected and 'sleeping qunitcrs for
load ot materials for tho new enntuu- (ho workmen piovided,
ment at l.ellehua will bo sent out. At' Tho tusk of getting tho necessaiy
the same time the workmen will start 1 biipplle.s in icadluess to scud to tho
C... .1... .. iimiiHllnH .! till. II n.l, nf ' li naiHinllnn .iflll ni.il.nl.il. I... !
1111 lllu I laci TMlltJii (liiii atv u,,k ut I iioci xiuuii will uuuuui IJU limit;!'
hetting a lempuinry t.imp" le.uly will
The first task that will be under
taken will bo that of picpaiiiig nc
tomtuodutlons for tho largo body ot
woikmen that will be required to get
the cantonment icady In time for tlio
m thai of the two troops of the Fifth
Cavaliy, which are duo hero on Jan-
uaiy 12, Tempoiury Bti,uctiiieH whir
taken this afternoon. Tho necessary
equipment wllljio secured from tho
Depot Quat termuster, and niiunga-j
ments made for convejlng It to the,
scone of tho operations. I
As soon us temporary quarters for
the accommodation of tho workmen
lme been proWded, tho work of clear
Ing and leveling tho giound foi tho
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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
Trust Co. Ltd.
923 FORT ST,
to tho States by the Hoard, of Immlgra
Hon with authority to secure fifty
families, preferably from the' South ot
Italy, to come here and settle. When
all arrangements for securing thorn
were complete Mr. Trenor was " In
structed, to communicate w 1th the local
Hoard of Immigration as to waja and
blon of John D. Trenon
The question of funds ,f or tho trails
IKirtatlon of the fifty families from
Now York to hero camo up for a mo
ment this morning, but It was quickly
quelled by MottSmlth, wtio stated
that the. Immigration, Board had ample
money ror tins purpose, , . a
MAHUKA- FAR AHEAD
This afternoon thu Merchants' Asso
ciation had received a. total of 714 of
its postal otes on tho Federal build
ing site proposition. Of these CSS
were for the Manuka and CI for tho
Irwin site. Tho Association hopes to
recohe the remainder of the otes to
monow, as It Is tho Intention to send
the entire batch of votes to Washing
ton by Wednesdays steamer.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Ladies' .Gifts to Men.
Men's Gifts to Men
"WT HATEVER else t'.iey are, should be sensible and useful. A man always appreciates a
useful present, reoially if it is in ?ood taste; if it is somsthing to wear something
that is handsome and comfortable, so much the better.
Ladies can make no mistake in selecting a Man's gift from our stock, Everything we
have is of the fiinest quality and in the best taste.
Handsome Neckwear, Hosiery,
Bath Robes, Silk Madras, and
Collar Bags, Panama Hats, Silk Sus-,
penders, Handkerchiefs, etc. eto.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK
We will take charge of your Christ
mas parcels, large or small, and de
liver them when you request.
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4- Those In clinrgo of the postal
card vote on the Federal build-
Iiik alto teiiuest that the return
iiottulH 1e Bent In an rapidly as
! pOBsllile. It li dcMlrcd to send
: ilie riHUlt ot the votluc out on 4
Get your lunch at ifte New EJEland
Dakcry. Hotel street.
Bulletin Business Office Jhone 266.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189.
WASHINGTON, D. C Dec. 7. Concrcss reassembled today for the
opening of the short session that closts Mnrch 4th. The House and Sen
ate met for very brief periods, each adjourning after expressions of re
spect for members deceased during the fcess,
UPHELD BY COURT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7. Theupreme Court handed down a
decision in the Hawaiian case of Fritchee Galbraith heirs vs. Cecil Brown,
executor. The appeal is dismissed, thus upholding the, Hawaiian Supreme
Uonrt decision in favor of the trustees of the estate.
TliU la one of tho most Interesting cakes that lias eer come befoio
the local courts. The decision meium the aecttimil.itlon of a fund ot sov-
eral millions ot dollars in the linndt nl the Hawaiian TniKl Company.
trustees. Under the terms ot tlie (ulurmtu will, his propert) could not
be divided until twent-one cars after tlia jpungest liclr l!!iig at tin
time of Galbrultli's death had reached the ukc of twuuty-one years. Ihi
appeal was taken on the ground titat such nn accumulation of funds n
'this would mean, was not a proper In terpietntlon of the nil). The will
provides for a partial distribution, but tho ri eater portion ot the est.ito
is locked up. Kinney, Anderson &. 1' rosso r leprescnted the Hawaiian
Trust Co. und Smith & Lewis and Oleson the appellants.
We wish to inform our friends and
patrons that in order to have 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.
RUEF CASE SOON
TO GOJO JURY
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 7. The lawyers for the Defense in
the trial of Abe Ruef closed their ca3c today. They put on no witnesses.
ine argument was immediately begun.
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Drop in and see our Animal Show. A varied Assort
ment of ANIMALS. BON B0NS, and COMICAL TOYS that
will delight the CHILDREN, all selling out at
TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 7. Rufus Thajer. a resident of the Dfc-
trict of Columbia, has been appointed United States Judge at Shanghai,
to succeed Judge Wilfley, who has resigned. It is understood that Jud;
Wilfiey resigned voluntarily, and was in no sense forced out by the bit ,
ter atiacKs made on turn.
Refined Goes Down ;
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 7. The price of refined sugar was today '"
i educed ten points. ,
.Additional Cable News on Pace Eieht
POR A SUITABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT
for Husband, Father, or Brother than a fine, cozy pair of soft,
We have our new styles now on display. ALL THE NEW
LEATHERS AND ALL THE NEW SHAPES. SEE OUR WINDOWS.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDO.)
The KASH CO., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
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