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nVHKINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H MONDAY, JAN' 4. 1003.
Annual January Sale
Tho Entire Stook of
Night Gowns, Skirts,
and Corset Covers
POSITIVELY NO RESERVE.
Sec Window Display nml Note Prices.
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Fort and Bcretania Sts. Opposite Fire Station.
Save New Shoes
by having your old ones repaired. Your old shoes certain
ly look shabby beside the new ones, but we can repair
them in "no time," so that they will look like new, and
give you lots of good wear
Bring your old shoes to us we'll tend to them.
MEN'S SOLES and HEELS, $1.25; WOMEN'S SOLES
and HEELS, S1.00.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
THe Bulletin Is First
1. In News Service. '. -
2. All kinds of Advertising.
Any advertiser can cave
exclusively, It covers the
to service is the lowest in
On , . ...
'i 3. City Circulation.
4. Qutside Circulatioi
money by using the B u 1 1 e t i n
field. The rate in proportion
EMPLOY OUR YOUTH
IN HOME INDUSTRY
Mr. Damon Believes In
8, M Damon, President of tlio Ha
waiian Planters' Association, tins
Btnrtcil n movement to brliiR the chil
dren who ore growl nB up in tho
Islands more, generally Into tho cm
ploy of the agricultural Industries.
'We linvo lots of children growing
up In these Inland who (should fur
nish a source of labor for tho I ml na
il Ich, and I think wo should give
them Bpeclal attention," said Mr. Da
mon this morning, Inspcnklng of the
plans lio has In mind.
"What are these children to do?
They are tho future citizens of the
country. 'There are not whltc-shlrt
litofesslons enough to go around.
They are healthy, hearty, ambitious
jmitli, with n common-school educa
tion, nnd thero Is overy renson why
they should 11 ml employment on our
plantations and in various capacities
that are dignified, honest, nnd glvn
good icturn for labor.
"I hnvo talked of tho matter with
Superintendent llabbltt and I find
him In sympathy with a movement to
Keep tho children of tho schools In
terested In agriculture Wo must
look out for our own. Wo want tho
child l Gil to crow lin Industrious and
ready to do tho work that Is right
lieio al hand In tho country. It will
help everybody and strengthen the
character of our citizenship moro
than we can now estimate.
"I think that tho shgar plantation
pcoplo will ho found in full sympathy
with overy effort to employ the
youth of tho land, establish them In
homes, nnd reward those who are ef
ficient, ambitious, and loyal to our
country and to their employers,"
(Continued from Page 1)
gnmo on every Saturday afternoon,
and tho captain earnestly hopes that
fans will mako It a olnt to got out
und encouraga the players with their
That today's practlco will call out
i big aggregation of fans Is certain.
Somo of tho players, upon whoso
shoulders It will fall to represent tho
Iblands in the contest with the main
land ball-tossers, have not done any
playing for a long time, nnd consid
erable Interest Is being felt among
the wlso ones concerning the form
which they wilt show when again
they don spikes and Kioto.
Now that a hand has actually been
nit to the plow, nnd the series of
sanies between tho Atl-IIawallans
jnd the All-Amerlcans is actually as
sured, there Is n gencrnl deterinlun
Ion to mako the best ppsslblc show
ing. Tho only man who will not ho wcl
omo on tho league grounds nt prac
tlco time, Is "Johnny with tho tnck
hammer," If that misanthropic, men
tally misshapen bit of humanity turui
up. he wllj bo treated with bcant con
sideration and less gentleness,
olliMt" Is tho motto of the players,
ind "boost" should be tho motto of
Tho men who will meet tho All
Americans nro preparing to glvo up
i lot of time to preserve tho good
mime of tho Territory for sportsman,
ship, and they feel thnt it Is only
Ight that tho fellow thnt sits on tho
comfortnhlo seat In out of tho buu
should nt least encourage them and
not try to seo jtut how much cold
water ho can thiow on the whola
Tho following men will probably
omposo tho team:
I.ymnn nnd Soarcs, catchers.
Renter, Leslie, John Williams, Al.
'astle, and II. Joy, pitcher.
Geo, llruns nnd Ed. Fernandez,
Jim Williams, second base.
Ilushncll und John Williams, third
Miller and W. Hampton, shortstop,
McKenzle, Olmos, W. Desha, Kn
TellowBhlp society, headed by H.
Kuy Mills, organized In San l-Vnncls-co
and will conduct regular services.
Kunawal Lane, 1 Bedroom . . .$ 7.00
Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 2 B.R... 8.00
Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 3 B. R. . . 15,00
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. It S. KTNG ST.
Sodas and Ice Cream
Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
D. KALAUOKALANI. JR.
Ono of tho olllelai itand-bys of the
municipal government of Honolulu I-
I). Kalauuknlunl, Ji . who was sworn
Into office today. Mr. Knlauokalanl
Is one of tho young men of Honolulu
who has made good In whntovcr ho
has undertaken. He has served the
County as Clerk since tho local gov
ernment was Inaugurated, being reg
ularly nominated without opposition
and elected by largo majorities.
Mr. Knlauokalanl was born In Ho
nolulu and Is tlili ty-flvc years of ngc.
He Is n graduate, or St. Louis College,
Oahu College, nnd while In Washing
ton nB tho private secretary of Dele
gate Wilcox he took a special courso
in law. He rnn for the House of Hep
icsentntives In 1900 hut was defeat
ed. Ho then accepted the secretary
ship to Delegate Wilcox nnd served
through his term In Congress. Ho
wns Clerk of the Hnuso In 1905 nnd
van elected Clerk of Oahu County tin
same year. "Knlau" Is ono of the
men whom the changing Hoards of
Supervisors find Invaluable. Ho Is n
President Took First
Action In Showing
Pittsburg. Dec.'' 22. Sensation
crowded sensation In tho Councilman
bribery casca hero. today. In tho firs
place It became. (Infinitely known thnt
It was Theodore Itoosevvt, I'rcBldcnt
of tho United Stales, who first start
ed tho ball rolling here. Mr. Itoose
M'll omo time since wns Informet'
thnt thero wero certain suspicious en
tries on tho booty pf banks in Pitts
burg, entries which had oWdently heel
llxcd to pass thu Hank Kxnmlncrs
Mr. ltoonoolt got Into coiiimuulcatloi
will) Major Outhrle of Pittsburg, it
this line, and thu result was that i
rpeclal examiner came ami looked ove
tho books of certain banks and tin
hcrU'H of explosions beginning yebtei
day was the result.
Pittsburg rlmply swayed and locket
this morning when thu details of las
'ilght'B work on the part of thu polio
weio laid bare, llefnro tho niornlii;
newspapers had been lead, liowotor
'.hero canio another distinct Jar Chic
of Detectives IMttln Mcdough w.i
maidenly dropped from his posltloi
without any public explanation.
"If Mr, McCinngh wants mo to tel
tho public why ho wus dismissed
will do so," said Police Director Laud
"Hut ho won't want to make any fus
about It. Ilo knows why."
Caught Dy Camera
Hut the crowning sensation of tin
day was tho making public of tho fact
thnt iioniu of tho councllmen had been
cnught In tho act of taking money ai
bribes from thnso they wero Sleeping
In fact tlioy were caught with tho cam
era and a flashlight,
Tho Voters' League of Allekhenj
county, which appears o nthu surface
as tho ono prosecuting tho case, hat
In Its possession tho photograph of oiu
of tho lending councllmen now under
arrest, caught In tho act of tnklnt
money from a (supposed contractot
who was really a detective. In n room
ut tho Kort Pitt Hotel. Tho picture
will bo used ns evidence nt tho trial It
the councilman niakoa any defense
Ono of these pictures la snld to havi
been taken down lo Washington nnd
thown to President Roosevelt, whe
luughed loud and long nnd extracted
a piomlsQ that when tho Pittsburg
prosecutors were through with the
picture of tho couucllmnn caught In
tho act of tnklug bribes, ho should
hnvo It for his pi It ate collection. ThU
promise was given and tho plctiuo wll
go to Washington after tho trial.
Headquarters in Saloon.
Thu prosecution ulll ask for tho an
nulling of a liquor license in tho donn
town district on Hie ground that the
pioprlctors keep opui after bourn In
order to penult the Councllmen to
meet at least ouco a mouth und split
up their graft nt a table la n buck
Tho cases of tho seven Councllmen,
cx-llank Piesldeut W If. Rnmsay and
A. Vnlzaek, former rni-hlcr of Hie (lei
man National Hank, who wero placed
under niiest last iiIkIu, will come up
Piesldeut transmits to Congress
letter fiom Sccretniy of War showing
ai chives of Panama Canal Company
did mU:!lcIo!e list ot btockhuldt
j VISIT JO JAPAN
He Says Hobson Is Only j
. And America
"All the Americans, with the ex
ception of Captain Hobson of the Mer-
rlmae, me good friends of the Jap
anese. Hobson Is the only enemy ol
the Japanese in America. His con
dnntly seeking for trouble between
the Americans nnd Japanese,"
Captain Hchlemmer, onco King of
Uos.iti Island, who hai been visiting
In .lapan leceiitly nnd who returned
hint Saturday in the China, made the
above statement in the II u I I o t I n
office, as coming ftom tho Japanese
business men In Japan,
Schlemmer said that It wus the de
sire of the Japanese, business men
with whom be mine In contact while
in Japan, to have this statement pub.
llshed In the newspapers, no that the
licncrnl public may know their opin
ion of the Americans, nml Hobson,
their only enemy.
Tho Japanese nre greatly displeas
ed with tho publication of Hobson's
vIowh In tho newspapers. They think
that Hobson Is looking for trouble
between America nnd Japan. His quo
tations of the Japaneso attitude to
ward Americans nre not true. Hut,
in tho other hand, they arc being
made to bo moro watchful In tho per.
formanco of their duty townrd the
Kmpcror nnd tho Government than
ever before. They hope, however,
there there will not bo anything to
cause trouble between tho two grat
natloiiH and think thnt Hobson
should censo to crcato any bad feel
ing against them.
Captain Schlemmer, who sized up
the situation of tho Japaneso thor
oughly, emphasized the fact that the
Japanese nro wide nwako and thnt
they nro prepared for emergencies,
should they be presented.
"Tho harbor of Yokohama Is so
fortified that It Is absolutely Impos
sible for an enemy to enter It In time
of war," said Schlemmer.
Wireless wnrfaro between youthful
operators of S.in Francisco Interferes
with Clovcrnment messages.
is absolutely Pure and we
make Any Flavor To Order.
Patronize our Cake Depart
ment. Palm Cafe,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
No Longer Dry
ST. 0LAIR BIDG00D, Manager.
Fine Wines and Liquors
L0VEJ0Y & CO,, LTD.
002-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
the Encon? Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to resMenrn
and offices at 25o per
Hundred In 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St
For Distilled Wntrr and AtinrtrA
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, HINO UP 557,
(Arctic SodfVtfater Works
S. M. DAMON.
BALANCE SHEET AS
Cash $ 094,053.20
Duo from banks and
llonds. stocks nnd In
Loans, discounts and
Heal oitute nnd bank
Other tihtelH 212,433. CS
I, Allan W. T llottnmloy. do solemnly swear that the forcgoln
uncc sheet represents a true ami correct statement of the nffnlrs i
Hanking House of IHshon and C'ompnny, ns at December 31x1. 1908, to?
ino uesi or my Ktiowieilge ami belief.
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Subscribed nnd sworn to before
Bishop Trust Company,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31st, 1008.
Cash on hand and In
hank t 61,04 3.GS
Loans secured by mort
gages on real estate . . C.207.07
Loans demand and time 18,285.00
Furniture nnd fixtures.. 9,439. 16
Keal cstnto offlco build
ing nnd site 26,086,63
Accrued Interest receiv
Assets other than those
specified above 7,990.67
Territory of Hnwull. Island of Oahu.
I, Jas. L. Cockburn, Treasurer of tho Illshop Trust Company, Limited
do solemnly swear that the nbovo statement Is true to tho best of my
knowledge nnd belief.
JAS. L. COCKIIUKN, Treasurer.
Subscribed nnd Rvvorn to beforo mo this 31st day of December, 1908.
J. HAKIMS MACKBNZIK,
Nota ry Public, Tlrst Judicial Circuit.
ii 1.1- mi I ia- liLl.nM.'iiiii.. mmLti,.
J TRY HAM or BACON J
1 Smoked hero at home and
Z sold without covering. The
Z brands you buy of us are
superior to all others. J
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Phone 45 l
from $5 up
from $1 up
Start the New Year
with a KODAK
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic"
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AMD COMMISSION MERCHANT.
" ' IN8URANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR
ESTABLISHED 1858. A. W. T. B0TT0MLEY
AT DECEMBER 31st. 1908.
Capital and Burplus . 9.17,470. SS-
Due to banks nnd bank
Honolulu, December .11, 1908
ALLAN W. T. I10TTO.MI.nY. '
me this 31st day of December. 1908.
I HAKIMS MACICKNZIK,
Notiiv Publle, Tlrst Judicial t'li cult. ' .
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Paid In ... S 60,000.00
Trust nnd ag
68,372.99 ? j
SEWALL & CO.. Bath. Mfdne-