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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 04, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENINfJ nrjIXltTIrT, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. 4, 1910.
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MOST POWERFUL TRUST
BACKED BY $150,000,000
NKV YOItK, Jan. 3. J. Merpont Morgnn, Tliomns Itynn mid Levi
MoTton today completed n deal by which they formed' u trust merger
uniting resources to the amount of 10O;O00,O0O. The merger wakes
tho resultant ebneorn the largest and mo3t powerful In the United
Tlio financial Instltutlona affected arc tho Uiiiirnnty. Trust Company,
tho Morton Trust Company and tho Fifth Avenue. Trust Company. Tho
ronlolliluteil concern la known as the! Title (luarntity & Trust Company.
D. 0. MILLS IS DEAD.
SAN KKANCI8CO, Jan. 3. Da rlus Ogden Mills In dead. Tho aged
financier was struck down ly heart disease today und lircathed his last
almost Immediately after,
O. o. Mllld has been for many yiars protnlnrnt In railway circles,
bunk ui'Jiiaseiiibnta and other Unci of lending lliiaucc. I'or many yeais
Ii rei.ldcd at Mlllhrao, a small county teat In San.Mnteo County, C.il.
Mr. .Mills was" tho first to Inaugurate cliuap rntlpK houses where the best
of fund was served to poor mil lumlci at alinonl cost prlio.
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ONCEFOWEBFUL; NOW DESTITUTE
JtKW Olir.lJANS, Jan. 3. I'ennlleKH and almost blind,' Sonorn Al
geria llairto.i, vHta of former President Ilnrrlos of tluatemala, today ap
piled at tho alms houso for assistance. '. - ;'.
Shirts and Hats
Every steamer new shirta
arrive -- pretty patterns andJ
best makes. We sell a mightw
good shirt for
NOW IN PROGRESS
Entire Stock of
NIGHT GOWNS, SKIRTS, DRAWERS,
CHEMISES, CORSET COVERS,
AT BIG PRICE REDUCTIONS
See Window Display and Note Prices
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
2or. Fort and Berrtonia.
0pp. Fire Station.
If You Don't Know
J ! ,That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. ( A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in f, class bv ourselves. ,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manager. Telephone 71.
Begin 1910 with baying
WOOD and COAL
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant. Phone 281.
WILL TRY FOR SOUTH POLE
I'AUIS, Jan. 3. Two Httsslnn nrmyiomcers have purchased derlglblo
balloons with which they contemplate undcrtuklnc nn cxtiedltlon . In
kearch of the South Pole.
RACE TROUBLES AGAIN THREATEN
ItAVAN, Jan. 3. Ilecauso a bartender In a Havana hotel today
refused toservo two negro congressmen with drlnkH, serious race trou
bles tun threatened here.
BRING YOUR BIRDS
FOR POULTRY SHOW
A SLAUGHTER OF
Only one of each to be-sold. All Double
Beds are of the famous-Merle Bed Make.
COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
Best Of Care Will
Wanted Entries for tho poultry
Show, so that overy breed and, variety
will be well represented.
Liberal cash prizes, sliver cupH and
elegant silk ribbons oiTered.
Thu fact that n poultry keeper ha
but few cholcti specliiten" ulutntil imt
dclcr hint from entering somo of them
fur competition, Tho association, In
Its aim to spread Interest In poultry
raising, would rather seo competition
mado keen by many entries, whether
large or small, In each class.
Although entries closu January S,
tomorrow, tho birds are no) cooped for
showing until January 10. During the
tlmb they, aro on exhibition they arc
abundantly supplied with iresh green
food to keep their systems cool, caro
lully fcit us fowls In conlluomcnt
should bo, and regularly watered..
Tho breeder should bo all cxhliytor.
Tho educational and advertising ad
vantages which n breeder may get
from panltry shows are iminy,
Thera aro many and strong reasons
why every business breeder of thor
oughbiud fowls ought to do all that ho
can do in reason to inako a ixmltry
hov in lus section a success and n
A live poultry show extends the, In
tererts In poultry as fow other ns'cn
cles do Increasing the demand for the
poultrymiin's goods and thus affording
a better market for whatho has to
sell. In this way tho show benefits
him, though ho shows and falls to
win. Tho breeders' jluty on this point
Is, when the matter Is looked at In the
right light, clear.
Poultry associations are not money
making affairs. It does not often hap
ten that there Is a balance, on hand
when tho bills nro paid. With tho
slmplo fancier, maintaining a local
poultry show, Is only a matter of
pride; with tho breeder It is a matter
of pi oil t as well, and ha Is much nt
fault it ho allows tho benefits, direct
and Indirect, which a llvo show glvon
him, to be withdrawn or reduced, for
lack of his support.
Of nlds to tho breeders' success,
there am not many moro efficient than
a llvo near-by poultry' show.
$32.00 . now
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80.00 ' "
QUICK WORK BY
District Court Officials
Ready With All
Something In thu way of a record
has been made by the clerical force at
tho pollco station. A( f o'clock this
morning the stuff hud completed all
tho records, of fines Imposed und col
lected during tUcvear 1909., and -was
ready lo cnd- tho 'detailed accounts
on to the County' officials.
During- the pdsl year fines to tho
amount of $18,BOS?90 'were Imposed in
criminal cases. Of 'this largo amount
I10.CS9.90 was collected, and tho bal
ance was worked out In Jail by tho
In tho civil side of the Police Court
the sum of $l-309.:s was collected. In
costs ami fltieV, and that added to thd
criminal collected fines,- nmdo o, grand
total of tl.S6S.S3 for tho year.
Thoro wore 1039 civil cabes trio:
during tho twelve months and 2S1I)
criminal ones. In 1908 thcru were
only Gl.' civil cases at the court, but
tho criminal charges totaled 29CC. The
various nationalities of offenders on
tho criminal list follows: American,
2S3; Hawaiian, 727; Japanese 1!
Chinese. C3t; Portugueso, U3; Porto
Itlcan, 79; Koreans, B0; others, 175.
Ell Crawford. Hen Zalilan ami Henry
Clark determlncrto havo tho work
finished In record tlmo this year and
they certainly havo got everything
pan long before the flguros wcro expected.
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uur line 01 jji.du anirts is,i
if anything, more extensivej
than usually found in toggery!
a well-conceded fact that
f i a 1
partment is more tnan com
plete, and as .far as values go
we have built up a reputation
for selling good hats for less
money than any other store.
Straw hats galore and
line of felts.
our Hat DeJ
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Sleep Outdoors In An Enterprise Tent (
THE SALOME DANCE
"Crltlclspi of tho slzo of tho danc
er Is not going to affect tho Salome.
Uanco at the Novelty," says Happy
Jack walker. The dance will be.
continued as expected until the pa
trons of the thoater have seen the
danco. The dance will be given
twice a night with some excellent
pictures In addition.
NEW TORPEDO FOLLOWS
TRACK OF SOUND
Ship Destroyer So Finely Adjusted
That the Sound of a Ship's Pro
peller Will Attract It. When
Contact Is Made. Up Goes the
LONDON, Dec. 13. A wonderful
torpedo, which picks up aound and
tracks It down, is reported to bo In
tho hands of tho lirltlsh Admiralty,
by whom It will bo nubjected" soon to
cxliutistlvo trials. ,
"Tho torpedo with a brain," as
tho new weapon has been called, U
fitted with n'k delicate mechanism
which Is controlled by a microphone'
attached to -the torpedo's rudders.
'When tho microphone- picks up n
sound It doflects the rudders In micli
a manner as to guldo tho inrpedn
This morning nt 9;30 o'clock t Chin
ese passenger on an eject rlc tar which
was coming Into town from Pawau
Junction, was observed to become sud
denly 111. Tho unfortunate man was
frothing at tho mouth and seemed to
havo n lit.
A pollco ofllcer took tho man from
tho car and rang up for the pollco pa
trol wagon. Tho Chlneso was taken to
tho Queen's Hospltul und admitted for
straight to the source of tho sound
wavos. Properly started, tho Inven
tors claim, tho torpedo will find Its
way uiicirlngly to the
an enemy's vessel,
Tho following program will bo
rendered by tho Hawaiian band at
7:30 o'clock this evening .nt Thomas
Muich Hands Across-tlio 8ea..8ousa
Cavutlnu Samson and Jlollhi ....
.1 , . Snliit-Saons
Intermezzo Frivolous Cupid ..Powoll
Selection Tlitco Twins (by re-
Vocal Local Eoiwjs ....or. by Derger
Harry Landers' Popular Melodies ..
Waltz Lovo Sparks Holzman
propellers of ." ue v-nariaian ,. Huusa
iiiu aiur spangicd iianner.
A new article tfr
will make camphii
bU ids., weatne
proof, finely constru
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., sole Agrn
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Alaiea and KingJ
IF YOU ONCE TRY
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