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Tonyo Mnru Dec. 17 I J ' m J
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The merchant who advertises in the
For Ran PrMf4anft I HHB m I J
America Alnru Dec. IS
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! Frtra Vancouver:
woana Dec. 12
' For Vancouver
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VOL. X. NO. 4185.
Governor Frear Recommends
Receiving Corporation Funds ;
Umlcr tlio head of "Needed Legis
lation" (lovcrnor I'iciii'h iiimuul n
ioit rnnlnhiH (lie following:
"Tho following mo boiiio of tint
luoro lniior(ant needs, for fuller
ntatcmcntx of whlth, an well as stale
incuts of other needs, kco other heart
Iiirh of til In report:
"Authority should lie given to tho
Territorial Hoard of Immigration to
iishIiI Kuropean humiliation with
funds contrlliuteil by corporations.
. "The Hawaiian public land laws
tdiould bo amciidcd, after tho report
of tho (ommlsslon appointed to In
vestigate that hiilijert, mi as to facili
tate the settlement of mull landa by
bona lldn iltlzcn homesteaders anil
prevent their distribution to specu-
"I'rovlslon Blioijld he made for tho
application to Hawaii of general fed
irnl appropitatloiiH, especially tlwsn
for will, topographic and hvdrogr.iph
:! bitro)K, forestry, and reclamation.
"The bill suspcudlt'g, for a period
of Mi scars or less, according to con
tlnKcncIci, tho coastwise navigation
Iiv.h ko far as they relate to thu
trstUHpoitatlpn of passenger bo
l.vccn Hawaii and the mainland,
which wih passed liy tho llottso at
tho last session, should, bo passed by
the Senate at the next session,
"Authorisation should ho mndo for
the completion of tho Hllo broiltwa-
Virginian To Bring.
5th Cavalry Houses
ITtu handled and elKhtj-rlx cavalry
liursLH will bo brought hero on Jaiiu
ury 12 on tho American Hawaiian
f trainer Virginian. Tho horsKtfl ha
lung to tho llit and third Krpudronx
of thu riftb United Btalra CaMiliy
and nro heliiB shipped k lb it they
will arrlvo at the k'iiuo tlmo that the
Tho local agents, of tho American.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK is something to be proud of.
Every article expresses elefnoe and refinement.
There is nothing in our store that a well-dressed
man would not be glad to have.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK.
THERE IS ROOM FOR CAREFUL SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR HUS
BAND OR BROTHER..
Shirts, Collars, Neckwear,
Handkerchiefs, Smoking Jackets,
Pajamas, Bathrobes, Hosiery, Hats
Ready-Made Benjamin Clothes To Order
The HASH CO., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
GOVERNOR W. T. FREAR
tnr and tho hiiivcj of at least Ka.hu
lul harbor. "
"An appropriation should lio iniulo
to jelmhurai tho Territory In thu
Mini nf 2:i,:s93.G9 for malr.tonanco
of llghthouscH after tho establish
ment of Territorial (oornincnt nnd
before the Todoral Rorcrnmont took
i mu 11 j. 111
Hawaiian Compiny today lecelved nil
ve hj mall Hut tho Virginian will
Kail from Ran rrnnrlsco on lomiory
T for this port with tho liutucH on
bo.nd. Tho stork Is (onslgned KuthO
ilepot iiuarterinuHter (iero 4nd, qfter
pashlns IhrouRh tho IijiiiIh of tho ei'
ulnar (ii.ii.iniiio officials, will be
tinned urr to tho trooors at l.elle.
12 PAOES. HONOLULU,iTEKRnORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY,
SHIM ' T"
H aVLi BH bH
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charge or tlio llglithouscs.
"The bill passed by tho House at
the last Bcsslon providing for an ad
ditional United States District Judgo
for Hawaii should be passed by tho
Sc;nto at tho next session.
"Section 84 of the Organic Act
should bo amended so as to add, or
permit or tho Territorial Legislature
to add, to tho enumerated dlsquallfl
(atloiiH of Judges, particularly for
the purpose of rilsqiinllfjlng a Judgo
who lias acted as counsel In a case
that having been held not to bo n
disqualification at the present.
"Naturalization granted by the clr
cult courts of Hawaii prior to tho
naturalization law of 1907 should bo
ratified, no far as tho question of Jur
isdiction is concerned. If It should be
held. In a case, now pending boforo
tho Federal Supreme Court, that such
courts did not huvo Jurisdiction at
"Section G3 of tho Organic Act
should bo amended mi ns to permit
"(CoaMna c T i)
We have iwo very
choice piecei of prop
erty in Eaimuki that
are real bargains.
Good property ii sell
ing fist in Kaimuki;
and bargains like these
will not last long.
Enquire Real Estate
s 023 FORT ST,
line of holiday trade is on
(Special to the Bulletin)
MIDWAY ISLAND, Dee. 17. Capt. Hit of the Flaurenoe Ward
found the Japanese in. a very bad stite. two suffering from scurvy. For
three months they had no matches 01 food except fish and leabirds. They
made fire with a 'watch glass and sun and evaporated sea water for drink.
They had no feathers. ,
The sea flooded the island and washed everything of value away, It
is believed that they were deserted forever. Scurvy attacked them and
one died. The other three were waiting to die. .
MIDWAY ISLAND. Dee. 17.
To lltillctln, Honolulu: ' nT .
"Kchoo Marti landed four 'Japanese on Hermen reef with a tqofttli'H
provisions on tho first of July. 8lnce then thny h"avobccn living on
birds' eggs, etc., and their condition bocamo so straitened that.ono man
"Tho cable-schooner Klaurenro Ward, on Its way to Midway Island,
Raw (he signals of distress sent up by tho starving men, and a boat was
despatched and tho survivors were rescued."
Tho abovo special cablo was re
ceived by tho II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n shortly
after nqon today from Midway Isl
and. The probabilities are that the
. the I
four men who wereMandod on Ileriiby the officers of tHo'Kehoo'Msfu
T : ' ,
RUDOLPH SPRECKELS GIVEN SPLENDID RECEPTION AT COMMER
CIAL CLUB TELLS STORY OF FIGHT AGAINST GRAFT
IN GREAT CITY WHAT BUSINESS KIIN
' , SHOULD DO
Tho gospel of Common Honesty and
interested participation In public af
fairs was tho trend of tho very Inter
esting talk given by Hmlolph Hprcck
els at lunch at tho Commercial club
Mr, SpreckclH was inoBt, enthusiast
ically received and held 'tluf rapt at
tention of his hearers for a full-half
hour. Ho told tho story of his con
nection with tho araft prosecution of
Han Francisco in a modest and
ttra'lghtforwsrd waj. This much was
historical Interest His principal
ihemo was tho necessity for tho busi
ness men taking tho so mo Interest in
tho affairs of their city that they do
In their own prlvato business. Ho
suggested that thj Commercial Club
All at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Are Careful in Every Tning They Do,
Aiicic nu misuiKBu ucuTcry
where they are concerned,
II W .1 . ,
view in the Bulletin's ad
DECEMBER 17, 1908. 12 PAGES.
. t i., in
mes reefjwcre'Uft there cither to
fish -or to Rather eggs, and skins of
Another conjecture la that the
Mn. .H,.U '.... k . At
should) not bo afraid or Bolng Into iol
itlcs. ! Ho told tho business men that
thoy . ahoud act an example They
should' stoji jcuttlng cbrncrs to land
this'contract. or train that rammlulnn
Tho' business, men should set the
pace for honest v, and then the 'com
munlty. life' ,would be 'advanced and
;aeais reauzea in practical lire. ..
Th,e(dlnln; room of the Commercial
Club was filled to overflowing by out)
of the most representative' assemblies
inai nag ev?r ueen seen at a Commer
(Owantdjm Fa t)
SAN, FRANCISCO, Calif.,. Dec. 16."
SUGAR: 96-degre'e CentrifupJs 3.77
cent, or 75.40 per ton. Previoui
quotation, 3.80 'cents.
BEETS: 88 analpis, 10s. Prev
ious quotation, 10s. 1 J-2d. Parity.
4.11 cents. .
Call 'at the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
Ret a free list of the new fire' alarm
numbers and all the changes.
" 'Tis Christmas till
Our next shipment of selected
frnita will be made per steamer LUR
LINE, DEO. 18TH. Fruit tent at
this time will reach finojit imIkIi in
plenty of time for New Year's,
Island Fruit Co.,
Phone 15. 72 B. King St.
House Asks President
To Produce Evidence
WASHINGTON. D, C. Dec. 17. The House has asked the President
to produce the evidence secured by
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Dec. 17.
nially chanrged with the murder of
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Dec.
Police Biggy took place here today ,
-f, i- 1 t K v
PORT AU -PRINCE, Hayti, Dec. 17. General Simon has been elect
ed President of Hayti. .
WASHINGTON, D. C.7TJecn7. The United States lias recognited
General Simon at President of Hayti.
New Swiss President
BERNE. Switzerland. Dee. 17. .A Tlcntrhcr m hiin rlc-t-,l Pr.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 17.
and Win, P, Kimball has been taade
LISBON, Portugal, Dec. 17. The Cabinet has resigned.
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TURKS HAVE PARLIAMENT
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Dec. 17. The Sultan lias opened Par-N
OILLETT BACK AT WORK
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. rl7. Governor Gillett hai returned to
his duties. 1
"My observation and oxperionco
during tho past year hag convinced
me that a radical change Is neccssa.'y
In tho modo of disposition of tho
publlclanda, and, accordingly, I have
appointed an advisory commission or
seven members to mnko a thorough.
study or tho subjett and submit Its
report boforo tho next session of
Congress, whon I trust dcflnlto pro
posals for amendments may bo Eiib-
knows what he is doing every minute
the time and so docs every one
for everybody who can possibly
goods reads it.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
the Secret Service investigation of
J. Walter Wilson has been for.
17. The funeral of the late Chief of
with imposing ceremonies.
Admiral Emory has been retired,
mltted ti ou.' Oovcrnoi Krcar, In
"Tlio inohl notahln fcaturo (5n"ro
Circuit Courts) una tho Increase In
dhoico cakv. of which thoro woro '
30t In 1H07 as compared with nn av
erage of 133 for tho Boven jenrs,
wltfi n previous uinxlmum or only
12S during thnt period. I'urther
(Continued on Page 2)
ChariuliiK Ihde&il are II19
new r.ill styles In Colonial
Shot a for Women. Tho
trend of fashion for tho,
nwon Is aptly told 'In tho
Illustration, Ono of 20
models now te.uly. In all
wolshti and leathers to btilt
nil tjpeg f feet. '
Chairs, Rookers, and Tables
NEW I0T IU8T RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDO.)
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.
' IJU. riiAUJki TO iJUY SHOES.
1051 Fort Street Phone 282
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