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3:30 EDITION Anything you need or want for Christmasway be found in the Bulletin
VOL. X. NO. 4187.
16 PAOESjp-HONOIUtU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII; SATURDAY, DECEMBER : 19, 1898.-16 FAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FREAR'S LAND LAW fLANS MADE PUBLIC
CHRISTMAS JOY FOR HONOLULU POOR
Will Help Railroads
PROVIDES FOR A GUARANTY CON TRACT AT FOUR PER CENT. "UP
TO A LIABILITY OF $120,000. PAY OF LEGISLATORS
TO RECEIVE SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE
That tlic livv relating In fallnmds will luio the opportunity I" doVclop
in (ho Philippine Islands ho nuulo np- l'"'1'- ytcnis ami mako nnpiovo-
plU.iblo here, with several (hnngos,1 '" tlicrcon.
Ik tlio text of nap of Uio niupitdmcnts More Pay for Legislators
tn tlio Oignnlc'Art which Governor! Anntlicr ninpndmcnt whkh the
I'rtar liaH put heroro Congress This (j,ncrnor has presontcc! Is to the of-
li (he AU passed by Congipss on 1'cb- ft.tt thiit members of tho legislature
ruaij fi. ItiOS. In which thu United rcC0Vp, In nddltlon to their ten-cent
Stales mado a guaranty contract with mllc.igo reo, tho mini of $600 per bes-
Ihc rallroids to stand good for anil bni At present the legislators ic-
guiiraiiteo four per cent. Interest on piChiit $2rt0 per action. -The SG00
the flrst-llen mortgage Ponds Issued m i)0 lmHhlo In thrco equal In
li thu companies.
Governor Pi ear has draft! an
ninc'idment to tho At, niaKIng SlllO,
00(1 tho total highest sum which the
Government will gitarnutco Interest
en to the hondhnldors. Thh means a
hlg thing for tho Territory of Hawaii,
luisniuch as-tho uillroad companies
Santa Claus Will Appear
In Young Hotel
TOURISTS WILL MAKE MANY CHILDREN HAPPY
RUEF MAY TO PRISON
Section .', of tho Oignnlc Act wilt
ho nuipiulcd". If tho Governor's planr
are accepted, to that in the matter of
tho limit of Indebtedness of tho Ter
ritory will ho Included any suudlvl-
(Continued on Page 5)
Schoolboy Is Held Up
At Point of Revolver
Tourists playing tho rolo of Santa
This In something now for Hono
lulu. That Is what four visitors now
in tho city aro planning for tho
Christmas morning of this jenr.
Tho Jolly four called at tho II u 1
I o 1 1 n office this morning and mado
tho following proposition:
They want to erect a hugo Christ
inns tree In tho Young Hotel park.
This tree they will load with prcsentB
to tho value of from two to throe hun
drcd dollars. I'rohably they will find
It moro expensive heforo they got
nlty to give tlio children tho tos. Honolulu has over known will bo In
It seems almost too cood to ho tr.no full swing.
It will. bo worth going miles to see.
for Honolulu. Hut theso gentle
men mean what they say. They arc,
far from homo during tho Christmas
season and they aim to make the. year
1008 memorable by piomotlng the
happiness or the Honolulu joungsicrs Thrum's Annual for 1909 has been
who have little money and Vflll havo rcccVe, from the publishers. This
lois presents, on Christmas Day. (publication contains Its usual moas
No, there Is no advertising dodgo uro of UI,.to-dnto BtaUstlcs of tho
n " Islands and many Interesting articles
They nroTcal men, with real mou-of historical Importance. Ono of the
py. nnd real good-nature, and a real ncw fcat,lrcg the department of
deslro to nee a few hundred children .'rirgtlfnirs .' It belne events of the
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through. Hut they don't care. They,"' "IS cuy uonoium Having iun past chronologically nrranged nccord-
wnnt tho Joy of giving. on Christmas Day. -j, to subjects. A long article on tho
Having loaded tho troo with prevj 1T1, '?urM Knllclpl' ""' lc" pineapple Industry also gives a thor-
cnts. they will 'then Invito all the wl" w. " Jl'r,c " B'1"- . . ough statement of tho development
poor .children of the city to come to
tho Christmas j.rco in the park and
receive the gifts.
It would ho hard to And a happier
method of passing Christmas Day, for
tho visitors or their guests., ,
All theso men and their families
ask Is tho open lot, nnd tho opportu-
"Give mo jour niolioj !"
Thin hi lef lommnnd, pniitlinslicd
ly the point of a levolvei. caused
Clement Aklnn, a joung man studj
Ing at Oalnt College, to part with
hWtccu good dollars last cvonlng.
Aklnn, who lives at tho AlilolnnI
College nt I'nlolo, stated this morn
ing that ho was letuinlng from tho
homo of u friend at about 7:.10
o'emk last cvpiilng. Ho was walking
nlong.S(luiol street, between Nimnmi
and the liver, jmd was about outnldo
tlio lano on thp Kwa sldo of Mis. Pop
let's residence, when n man (.tapped
out in fiont of him
"Give mo join monoj!" he inld;
and at tho samo time ho leveled n ic
vilvcr at Aklnn, Tho joung man pro
dined hh piutp, containing $H!, nnd
h itidcd It to tho hold-up man, who,
took It. Aklnn then moved on In (hn allow
dircLtlou of Nuinnii strpet. Afloi.hn, pocketK, us thero would be danger of
Tho money Aklnn lost ho had col
lected by the hale of pit turcs mado
by IMillo rornnndc7, tho well-known
Utsehall plajer, and ho had expected
to tin li It over to l'crnnndez.
Aklnn states that ho w.issiiunblo to
distinguish tho features of the hold
up man owing lo tho daikness. Hu
ilrbLilhcH him iih being about five feet
eight Indies in height, ami dressed
in dark clothes with' n black hat.
Tioin tho way in whlrh he prnnnunc
id his loinmand to deliver, Aklnn bo
llorcs tjiat ho was n whlto man.
v Aklna reported tho mattor to tho
pollen last oventng, nnd the Chief of
Dctetttvca Is now woiklng on tho
case. Tho pnllro aro a hit skoptlcal
In regard to thn story toldliy Aklnn,
ilaimlng that no highwnjm.in would
his vlcllm to reach Into his
had walked a littlo wny hn turned,
Lul the hlghwnjman had dltappiur-cd.
his piiidiiclng n gun. However, they
hay that thoy will follow up tho mat
ter to tho best of their ubllTty,
We have two very
choice pieces of prop
erty in Kaimnki that
are real bargains.
Good property, is tell
in tat in KaJmulu;
. and bargains like these
will not last Ion?. '
vEnqnire Real Estate
023 FORT ST.
OUR HOLIDAY STOCK is something to be proud of.
, Every article expresses elegance and refinement.
There is nothing in our store that a well-dresied
man would not be glad to have.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR ST03K.
THERE IS ROOM FOR CAREFUL SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR HUB- .
BAND OR BROTHER. ,
Shirts, Collars, Neckwear,
Handkerchiefs, Smoking Jackets,'
Pajamas, Bathrobes, Hosiery, Hats
Ready-Made Benjamin Clothes To Order
The K ASH CO., Ltd,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts. '
Tiufiiuiieiin nas imerviewea ot ,,,, lhftso of UKrtcuIturaI prog
tlio Young Hotel people who lease tho rciw. (n thc nctrospect for 1908 the
lark adjoining the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n of- commit on politics Is peculiarly tho
flee, nnd when all the authorities 0',,non ot tho p,mr of the Journal,
have consented, the' plans for the .
merriest and most unlquo Christmas (BULLETIN ADt PAY -mm
WATER SUPPLY FOR
5TH CAVAJ RY CAMP
Dam Is Being Built On
Virk tins been started on the dam
at leilehua, to provldo water for the
rnvalry cantonment that Is being es
tablished there, Already operations
MORITO KEIZO HAS
Whitney To Recommend
. For Commutation
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 10.
The sentence of Abe Ruef, which was
set for today, has been again post
poned to next Thursday.
It Is believed thnt thp postpone
ment of (sentence on Ituef represents
tho effort of tho Prosecution to c-
euro from him Icsttnmny on which
to convict his criminal grnft associ
ates (if great wealth. Should Ituef
give this testimony ho will probably
secure a Bhort term In San Qucntln.
OAKLAND, Calif.. Dec. 10. Mn.
Martin, found guilty of tryinir to
dynamite Judtjc ORden, was today
sentenced to imprisonment for life.
Mn. Martin became h) sternal when,
the sentence was pronounced and
made arfi exciting scene in court. Pot
son was found concealed on her per
son and it is believed that slis con
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PEKIN, China, Dec. 19. An edict
was issued today declarinir Chin n
Prince in perpetuity. Thirty-one oth
en were honored by the Throne.
NEW HAYTIAN CABINET .
holiday recess. It
C, Dec. 10.
today for the
Morlto Kcizo has still another show
for life, for, as an aftermath of the In
vestigation which Acting Attorney
General Whitney Instituted when tho
iiAtlltrtn fni- f nrttmiftaMnn nt Mntnnpn
are well under way and, oy tho time tamo , hlm l0 nU un Jfuhtorlly rcc
the troops arrive, there will ho an ommond to tho fJovcrnor that tho pctl
rtbundant water supply vallable. Ulon bo allowed.
A pumping plant will bo Installed Acting Attorney General Whitney Is
at once and several miles of pipe will convinced, from tho evidence which ho
also be laid, to carry tho water from has collected, and there Is a masaWif
the dam to the various parts of tho It. that Kelso thought ho was acting In
.. a ntn. Him... i. i..i- felt defense when bo committed the;
post. Some little difficulty Is being doet, WMtnoy docd not tnrow Bspcr.
experienced In getting nil of tho nee- ,,01H on tne fBlrncgB ot K6I0.8 trlaIi
chsary equipment onto the ground, on the contrary stating that he be
l.ut otherwise thn work Is nrocrosslnc Hews tho Jannnesn rprelvnl all Vnn.
'verv satisfactorily. tlderatlon and fairness in his trial.
nwinir in riMair in thn nrrivni nflJiowever. many mines iiavo (level
nortlnns of thn bullrilne material l'cd at. 'l We whlcn Mrtalnly
needed, It Is very doubtful whether
the stables wilt bo ready for the cav
alry horses when they are brought In
on tho Virginian. Much, of the ma
terial must como from tho mainland,
and there Booms to havo been Homo
(Crtfana n huO
(Open Evenings. till 11.)
tend to throw a arcat deal of llaht on
the conditions under which tho murder
hh vuniiiiiiu-u. y
wnunoy is at present awaiting a
statemont from Deputy County Attor
ney Aiuvorton, who was tho prosecut
Ing-officer In tho case, and also from
a number of signers ofttho twtltlon.
Unless the statements that ho receives
from theso servo to chango his mlnll
to a great extent, his recommendation
to Acting Govomor Mott Smith1 will
bo that Kelso's scntenco bo commun
ed to llfo Imprlspnmont. Tho testi
mony of tho' HOv. Motogawa, who
claims to have had a confession from
Kelzd regarding his testimony In tho
easo of Punogoshl, Is. yet to ho taken.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Hayti, Dec. 10.
President Simonhai formed his Cab
inet It is headed by Hippolyte.
In thc matter of tlio bankruptcy pro
ceedings of tho Kauai Wine & Liquor
Co, Ltd, of Wnlmea, Kniinl, Geo. K.
II. Uaker has been apiiolntod trustee.
with bond fixed nt S1P00. It is no
ticeable In this matter that Mr. llakcr
was manage! of tho rival concern.
namclj the Wnlmea wlno Co, Ltd., of
which C. W. Spitz or l.lhuo Is tho prin
cipal owner. Mr. linker's right to thu
audllorshlp of Kauai Is now In ques
tion, and his many friends aro con
fident of his success.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 10.
Relatives and friends of ex-Mayor
Schmitz have been substituted on his
bail-bond in place of Dmgcc, whose
financial losses and transfer of prop
erty have made him ineligible.
Schmitz' hail amounts to a very largo
MINISTER TO NICARAGUA,
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. 10.
The President has nominated Horace
Knowlcs m United States Minister to
"'Tis Christmas till
OF ALL MESSAGES LEFT IN OUR
CARE IS A FEATURE WITH US.'
20UR CHRISTMAS AFFAIRS WILL
HAVE OUR ATTENTION. :: :: ::
next shipment of uleoted
I be made per steamer LUR-
LINEDEC, 1OTH. Fruit tent at
this time will reach Coast points in
plenty pi, time iot mw x ear's,
Island Fruit Co.,
Phone 15. 78 S. Xiatl St,
The Most Sensible
Are Handsome' and Use
ful Articles for Wcar
The Shoe Order is one of thc most popular forms of
Christmas Gifts. It is a very acceptable gift in itself, and
pleases the more because the recipient may choose thc style
and size of the shoe to suit. The growing demand for
these orders is evidence of their favor. Our shoe orders arc
sold to any amount, large or small. Try one this Christ
mas. SOME ITEMS' IN OUR STOCK
FELT SLIPPERS,, PARTY SLIPPERS, BATH AND
BEDROOM SLIPPERS, COLONIALS, PUMPS, and GARDEN
TIES. SHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
'SLIPPERS of all kinds $1.50 to $3 00,
DANCING PUMPS and DRESS SHOES.
BOOTS, SHOES, and LEGOINS of all kinds.
FOB INFANTS and CHILDREN
We have many pretty effects to gladden thc hearts of
Children on Christmas morning all sensible cifts, too.
We got them especially for the Christmas tradcf They aro
all ready now for your inspection.
OPEN NIGHTS TILL CHRISTMAS.
Chairs, Bookers, and Tables
NEW I0t JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
(LEWERS A COOKE BLDQ,
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd.'
THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES.
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