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Tcnyo Mnrti Dec. 17
For San Francisco:
America Main uCc, IS
Monna rjoc. 12
Aorangl j,in, j
The merchant who advertises in the
knows what he is doing every minute
of the rime and so does every one
else; for everybody who can possibly
buy coods reads it.
The Best Way to Find Holiday Bargains is to Read the Bulletin
VOL. X. NO. 4184
12 PAGES. HONOLuIu.TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1808. 12 PAOE8.
PBICE 5 CENTS.
CARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 1G. This city has been in an uproar
today as a result of the attacks on the friends of President Castro, who
is absent in Germany. Mobs wreck:d the property of Castro's intimates,
burned pictures of the President, defaced statues in the public places and
effaced laudatory inscriptions. Several fatalities have occurred.
It is expected that Castro will be deposed ns President of the Re
public. ClaudianesOn Trial
OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 16 Tne trial opened today of Peter Clau
diancsthe Greek charecd with destroying the Oakland home of cx-Su-pcrvisor
Gallagher. The conspiracy of which this dynamiting was a
part had as its puipose the murder of Gallagher.
Gen. Snonye Dead
TOKIO, Japan, Dec. 10 General Inouye is dead. Inouyc was one
of the generals under Kuroki during the war with Russia.
Lodge Javors It
WASHINGTON.- D. C. Deo. 16. Senator Lodge made a speech to
day in which l.c favors the restoration of the innocent soldiers discharg
ed by teh President on accountof the Brownsville incident.
WASHINGTON, D.(C. Dec. 16. The President today nominated
William Phillips of Massachusetts as Third Assistant Secretary of State
, and Kibbey to he tioverno'r of the Territory of Arizona.
SOMERSWORIH. N. Y.. Dec. 10 Cashier Vcsncy of the-First Na
tional Bank was foand today to be a defaulter in the sum of $85,000.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK is something to be proud of.
Every article expresses elegance and refinement.
There is nothing in our stor that a well-dressed
man would not be glad to have.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY. INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK.
THERE IS ROOM TOR CAREFUL SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR HUS
BAND OR BROTHER.
Shirts, Collars, Neckwear,
Handkerchiefs, Smoking Jackets,
, Office Coats,
Pajamas, Bathrobes, Hosiery, Hats
Keady-Made Benjamin Clothes To Order
United States Supreme
"Hutchlns dismissed "
Tlio aliovo Is I he text of ii laconic
cablegram received liy tlio firm of
Castle & Wllhliigton, Indicating (ha
the nicnl In the long fought caso of
lllcrco vs Hutchlns linn boon dis
missed bj tlio Supremo Court nt Wash
"Tlio appeal was tnken by llutchliiK
frnm u Judgment In favor of lllcrco."
mid I). 1,. Withlugton, of cmuiHcl f(ir
IliilrhlnK. thin afternoon. "I take It
(lint tlio cnblcgrani mcniiK Hint tlio Su
premo Court linn dlsmlssi il tlio appeal
on tho grounds Hint no Kecoml appeal
would o. Tlio Judgment olitulueil li.v
lllcrco nmountoil to 12,200 with Inter
est. There In, however, nnothcr suit
now pemlltiR In this mutter ngalust
Judgo Do Hott Rrnntcil the amended
ilocroo In tho Slha divorce case by
(peelflcnll) namliiR tho times nt which
Pat Sllva could I!t his children
Call at the Bulletin office nnd
CLt a free lilt of the. new fir alarm
numbers and all the changes.
We have two very
choice pieces of prop
erty in Kaimuki that
are real bargains.
Good property is self
inp f-.st in Kaimuki;
and bargains like these
will not last long.
Enquire Real Estate
923 FORT ST,
BRING GOOD PRICES
Cleaning Up Has Cost
Acting Governor Mott-Stnlth, III
figuring up the amounts which liavo
been" spent in trill Territory for the
suppression of (Infectious dlscat.es
tlncc 1100. has fo.uiil tho totnl to bo
jnpproxlmntely 1104,118.61. Of this
vast hum exponded In tho Interest of
healthy conditions here, $71,941.93
hnB been spent by the Territory of
The Chamber of Commerce has
spent 12.'., .'94. 50 In llio time between
Ma 2, 190!. and November 30.
1908, according tn a report made to
tho Act I or Governor this morning.
The greater p.irt of this sum was col
lected through the Shippers' Wharf
Tax, although 18,8 I 90 was reim
bursed Ii) tho Oovi-inmcnl In 1904.
llllo. through Its hhlppctV Wharf
Committee, has collected and expend
ed the sum of 16.782.12 since 1905 1
for the up-kcep of t''o hciilth condi
tions. In the largo s-iin nhnvc-nnnied
which tho Territory of Hawaii has
DEMAND MADE FOR
Coast Firm Says That It
That Hawaiian ropro Is of Rood
iiuallty unci can Hud a ready market on'
tho Coast Is the toxt of a letter re
iclvod by tho Chamber of Commerce,
irom Goo. A. Monro & Co, commls
tdon merchants of Ban Krnnclsco. The
writers further urge that tho plaining
of coconnuts on n commercial scale ha
more extonsheb gone into hero than
has heretofore been tho ensc.
Tho full toxt of tho letter Is ob fol
lows: San Prnnclsco, Nov. 27th, 1908.
Honolulu Chnmher of Commerce, Ho
nolulu, T. II
Rear 8lrH: Wo bee to call to jour
attention tho large consumption In this
market of dried cotuinut commercial
ly known ns Copra which readies as
high as fifteen thousand tons per an
num. Most of our Importations nro
brought from tho PocMc and South
Sea Islands hut having reccntlv seen
n small parcel which Issued from tho
Hawaiian Island of very good qual
ity It occurs to us and no seo no rent-on
why largo quantities of this could
(Continued on h)n t)
Are Careful In Every Thing They Do.
mere is no mistaken delivery
where they are conoefned.
Phoni 361. -
spent for this purpose, the sjlnrlcs of
Hoard of Health olflccrs nrc not con
sidered, nor are a number of the mi
nor details. The actual expense In
tho suppression of Infectious discuses
other than lepros) only is given.
Acting (lovcrnor Mott-Smlth will
cable tho data he h-.s collected to the
(lnernor, and It may be that Hawaii
will get some I'ckral money along
MRS. CARTER'S FUNERAL
Tho funeral services of tho late Mrs.
Joseph O. Carter will bo held this af.
ternoon nt 3 o'clock at tho fnmlly real,
dencc on Nun a mi street. Ito. II. II.
Parker of Kanalabao church will con
duct tho services
The' pall bearers nro E. A. Mott-
Smlth. M. P. noblnson, V. V. Damon.
W. W. Goodale, W. O. Smith and E.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
IN LIQUOR CASES
As License Commissioner
He Cannot Sit In
Socnnd District Magistrate Carlos
Long, who fins "been presiding In tho
1 ollco Court for somo time past dur
ing tho vacaUon of Judge. Andrado,
holds himself disqualified to try cases
Involving violations of tho liquor law,
end nil such rnsen must consequently
wait until Andi.'.uj D'u! luck on tho
bench again. i
Tho point; was raised this morning
In thb cawi of Okndo, a Japanese who
was charged with selling liquor with
out a license, b Attorney Peters, who
appeared ns counsel for tho defendant,
"I contend that Your Honor Is dis
qualified," snld Peters when tho enso
was called. "You are a member of
tho Hoard of License Commissioners,
find are therefore not qualified to sit
In a criminal case Involving a viola
tlon of tho liquor law."
"Whether tho objection Is well tnk
tn or not," answered Uing. "I do not
wish to sit In tho case."
Tho caso was accordingly continued
until December 23.
Another caso which camo up In tho
Police Court this morning and which
(Continued oa Pag S)
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif,, Deo. IS.
SUOAR: 96-degree Centrifugals, 10s.
1 l-2d. Parity, 4.14 cents. Previous
"Tis Christmas till
Our next shipment of selected
fruits will be made per steamer IUR
LINE, DEC. 10TH. Fruit sent at
this time will reach Coast points in
plenty of time for New Year's.
Island Fruit Co.,
Phone 18. 72 'S. King St.
TRIPS FOR HAWAII
SPLENDID PRIZES TO BE AWARDED TO YOUNO LADIES OF HAWAII,
THROUGH MEDIUM OF B V L L E T I N GREAT OP- r
PORTUNITY TO SEE ALASKA-YUKON DIS
PLAY WITHOUT EXPENSE . ,
A number of (ho most popular joung
women In Honolulu mid the County
of Oalm as well as. the other Islands,
will bo guests of the Evening Hill
I o 1 1 n, on n frco trip excursion to the
Alnska-Yuknn-I'aclflc Exposition, hlch
will bo the National point of Interest
In 1009. The exposition ojicns In Seat '
tie. Washington. Juno 1. 1909, contln
ulng until October 15, 1909
These trips will bo nwnrded ns
prizes In a voting contest, announce
ment mid full particulars to bo given
in a fen dns. Thero are a largo niim
her of popular oung women in the
Territory covered by thli contest, to
man) that tho local swains nro hew lid
cred. Tho E v o n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Vlll come to the aid of tho snalns mid
by tho voto of tho people, several of
the most popular young women will
be chosen. This1 will help some.
The Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposi
tion trips are Incopiparable. Thcso
trips nro chosen bocauso It Is Just
whoro every J hung lndy In Hawaii
would like to go this coming car.
fThe first trip and grand prizo w
be. a trip to Seattle via San Francisco,
with traveling 'and "hotel 'expenses of
the winner paid by the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
Sho will also have the privilege of
choosing tho chnperone, whose ex
penses will also he paid by tho II ti I
1 e't I n, It being ono of tho rules of
tho contest that, tho omg woman ro
elvlng trio highest Individual voto,
over all other -contestants. Irrespective
of district limitation, shall havo tho
to accompany her or the party on
Thero will bo several trips given
and tho. full announcement of
wilt bo made In n few riavs and the
Indications hio that It will bo ono of
tho most Interesting affairs of the kind
In tho history of tho Islands.
Tho Alaskh-Yukon Pnclllc Exposi
tion trips wero selected by tho Hul
lo tin for sovoral reasons, ono being
that they aro easily tho most attrac
tive of any at the time the contest
closos or If preferred can be mndo any
tlmo within a year from dale of tho
tloic. Hawaii will bo a great center
of attraction with ItH special building
Ererj popular joung woman proper
15 nominated and living In tho Tcrrl
torj covered by the contest. Is cllglblu
to compote. Tho trips to Scattlowlll
lo a very ploasant summer sojourn
and whon tho expenses are horno by
nnothcr, makes tho trips tho more
1'leasurahlo to tho successful candi
dates. Who they will bo. Is left to tho
readers of tho U it 1 1 o 1 1 n and friends
of tho competing candidates to dctii
mlno by popular voto.
Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n has emplo ed u
rpcclal man who will look after tho
contest nud those who would llko lo
enter tho content should do so at once.
Call up tho Contest Mnnager nnd ha
will glvo ou full particulars r gaol
ing the plan and rules of tho contest.
Watch tho Uullotln for full de
tails rogardlng this popular contest or
it better way would ho to drop tho
contest mm u lino mid ho will bo
prompt In enuring our name ns a
Alwnx address Manager Contest
I)op.iittn nt Evening llullutlu,
Honolulu, T II
Iludolpli Sprockets will spc.tk nt
the lunch to be given on Thursday
noon nt the Commercial Club. Ills
tuple will be '.L'ivlr lteform In Sin
t'i.uitlsri" The lunch will begin nt
tho unii.il hour The light Mr 'Spree
kvls has taken up bus mndc him n
national figure He Is well known
In Honolulu nnd It seems certain that
a great number r.f members and
guests will be present nt the lunch.
Campbell's Decision To
day Will Tell Fate Of
Notwithstanding tho fact that tho
bids for the Alnlfct Ktreel wharf shcdH
v.ero consldirnbly abovo tho estimates
of tho I'ubllc Works department, It Is
probably that tho now famous water
fiont construction will bo built. -
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, returned from Kauai
this morning, accompanied by Iind
Commissioner I'ratt. Mr. Campbell
ttatea that tho Alnkin wharf shed bids
will not bo turned down if It Is hh-t-llile
for III in to devise menus to fulfill
tho contract. T
A decision will bo reached today ns
to whether or not tho lowest bid will
bo ncccplcd ,
MAIIQUES-In thlH city, Dec 15. iO'Vt,'
to Mr. niul Mrx
.1 I) Mnruucs,' a
You don't havo to wnlt for n limy
operator tn make our connection with
tho automatic telephone, ou can maku
It jourseir Cnli or nhono to Water
Uoiibo Trust Co nnd subscribe for tho
Charming indeed nro tho
new I'iill st)cs In Colonial
Shoes for Women Tho
, trend of fathlon for tlio
spiikon Is aptly told In tho
Illustration. Ono nt !0
models now teady. In all
weights nnd leathern to suit
all types nt feet.
Chairs, Rookers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fe Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.)
$3. SO, $4.00 $4.GO
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282'
The KASH CO., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts. '