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From San Franciico:
iiiioninii Jan. 19
Tor San Frnnciico:
Practically every copy ofri Bul
letin Roes into the homes. AlVx
imatcly six thousand homes means
twenty-four thousand buyers. It is
in the home the decision is niado
i.urniio inn. iu
Munnu i rub. G
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The Bulletin prints all the bargrfi news any woman needs to read
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4519.
Assassin Shoots Down Federal Employe
At Watcrtown Victim
What would appear lu be n 10I1I uvoi (lio telephone (if ttio imuilor,
blooded minder occurred ut Walt'i- nnd lit omo Inriirnicil Hlierlrt Jur
lovvii tills morning between lliu leil, who, with Chief MctJiUllc and
Iioiiid o I2:n mid 1 o'clock. A MniKluil llemlry, at onto slatted In
, lliiwiillan ii.inieil Mahii, who Is cm- an nutnuiohilu for Wnlcitown.
Iilojnl li) the rcderiil Oovcinmcut as The dead man Is a well-known
a night wutclinmii, was shot dead as diameter ainl lie, lie fore becoming
lie .went his iciunds al thu icsciva- watchman, undo Ills living by nsh
tlon. i I iIiik. He was about finty-Ilvo jeaM
The -ileml limly of the man was of age nnd of Btiong plij Hlque. Tor
found at hi)llght b) niiotlici' wnlch- many )cais Malm liud resided on Ills
man, and lie at oncu nntllled tlie an- own plot of land at l'curl Harbor,
thoiltlcs. Malm bail been Killed In- nnd Ho was regarded as a man who
Hlnully, and his own revolver w.ia could tuko rare of himself,
found In his pocket; none of the The. shei Iff anil chief of detectives
( handlers had been illscliuigcd, mid, have already formed an opinion an to.
Judging fioni the wcuind In Ills head, who did the shooting, and their tslt
tint murderer had also used u lc- to Wntutowu should tluar the mat-volvci-
In his fiendish work. Jter tip. deputy Sheriff Fernandez,
Deputy Sheriff Hone was nntllled ' (Continued on Page 4)
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MENTION JUDO AS
s Albert 1'. .Iiidd, the well-known
attorney and a membei of the Unit
of Judd . I.luds.1, la Hue for np
pnliitinont to the nlUto of Attorno)
Ccnrial for thu loriltury of Hawaii?
An liiipnitanl and extended coufct
ciilu was held within the lobbln's-tgg-bluo
chamber of the Capitol
building this moiiilliK. At til Ih
meeting, It Is suld, were (itivcriior
I'li'ir, Chief .liiKtUo Hailwell and
ono or two othcis prominently Iden
tified with the jtiiAclao t the Ter
ritory. Il Is declined thai" dining this sol
emn Knrtl.no 'the uiattei ut a sut
icbriii to Attorney-tieneial Honien
way was discussed and tho ciunllllcn
lions of several nsplianlH c.inie up
for consideration. .
Theiu 111 u those who piofeks to be
on tho liisldo who decline .ludd inn
have thu vacated nlllcc Bhoiild he but
1 i.ij'tho wold.
I)ciuly Allot ne-(leuoi al I.onln
AudiowsVloes not plno foi polltltal
prufci Client; n t least, not hIoiik lines
Hint would icanlt In his dotation
Id tlie Attoiue)-(ieneiiilslilp of the
Teirlloiy of Hawaii. '
A (loso and intimate filond of An
diotts orfnied n unKi'r befote a hall
dozen lawjeis and potltitui leadcis
win) had gathered at thu city ball,
this liioinliiK, Hint AndicWH would
not iuoUjj tlio appointment as At-
A. beautiful home with over three
ncrcs of ;round, fruit trees, lawns,
etc., situated in
UPBER NUUANU VALLEY
Eight acres of fine residence prop
erty situated on
. JUDD AND LILIKA STREETS
For Particulars Apply to
Real Estate Department,
toriie)-(!cneinl, at the gift of (Jo
irnor Pi ear, and, furthermore, it
was posit h el stated that Andrews
possessed not the slightest longing
for. the nfllco.
Tho gold-piece found no Inkers.
In the mciiitlme, the executive
continues to play the mlc of sphjnx,
and, as one well-known Itcpiihllcau
committeeman paid this mo in lug, be
Is an "iincoiiiinuulr.ithe as thu pio
"Wo all know near," wild the
(omuiltteetnaii, and If the Itobblns
Andeison leLiinimeiidallou as Associ
ate Jiibtlro to tho Supronw Coin t can
bo taken as an Indication of, the
(iovcruoi'H attitude In lefcrenco Ut
the popului will of the people, it Is
safe' to iissumo that whatever lec-
ommemliitlou oi, suggestion might
onie from the Republican Tenlto-
lal Committee would have but lit
tle weight In the determination Of
a fitting cholro for Hemunwa's po
sition. Several rising joung uttoinejs
havu been more or lefts fieely moil
Honed as posslblllllcstor thu Attnr-
nc)-Ucucinlslilp of the Teirltory,
Itobblns Andeisiiii, who was turned
down fur the Snpienio Ilonch after
the leconuuendatlon of Kreur, Is ion-
sldeicd a live eligible.
Then theiu is 1'ied Mlhortnn,. tho
second deput) attoiiie) fpr tho city
and count) of Honolulu, vvlui Is be
lieved would nut bo advciso to ac
cepting hlghci hnnois.
Attoiucv Laiuach, who at
tliiio wiih a iloput) in the Atloinej
(lenernl's oflUe, has a-.so been sug
gested us among thosa present among
tho little string "of possibilities.
Nabuco is Dead
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 17.
Ambassador Nabuco, the renresenta-
l.7c of iiraztl to the United States,
died todav. Ambassador Nabuco was
one of the strongest men of the South
American dHomatio service, and
rendered notable assistance to Sec
retary Root in brinRintr about an era
of irood will between the South Amer
ican republics and the United States.
SVTINr.V AndfMTn li f
(Bill Lanu knocked out Dill Squires
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nere tonwit in seven rounds,
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, JANUARY 17, llfc). 8 PAOES
ST. PETERSBURG. Jan. 17. It
was announced today that the Rus-
sion Government will not coincide
with America on the neutralization
of the Manchurian railway. The
statement was made today that Rus
sia opposes the move.
YOKOHAMA. Jan. 17. The shins
of the American Asiatic squadron
that have been visiting this oort
are coalinjr today, preparatory to de.
CUSTOMS MEN COMINO
It Is reported that tho P. M. liner
Manchuria, ilita here from the CoaM,
bus on luuid a number of customs
Insjiectois, sent down by Collector
Stratum of San Kianclsco.
These customs Inspectors will de
part on the round-the-world steam
ship' Cleveland and will examine the
baggage of the passengers cu i oiitu
lo the Coast, theieli) saving anj de
lay' to the passengers.
MRS. MEJJALF DEAD
Relatives and friends wereislincU-
ed In lloiiolnhi this morning to hear
of the. death of .Mrs. Metcilf, wife
of .link Mutcalf, the brokkeeper ut
1'apalLun, Hawaii. Kittle Is known
of the death, oxceptlng thut It nc
ciliii'd Saturday evening. Mis Met
cilf wns the joungest daughter of
Mi, Peck-, a resident of Honolulu,
who foi mini) )eais was an employe
of Hid Illlo Hank. Mis. Met calf hid
a large attjtialutnuce in Honolulu and
FOR CITY MILK
A new mill; oiillnniice which has
met with the unanimous approval of
tho health and sanitation committee
of the tit) and enmity supoi visors Is
in u fair way of passing the board
and becoming a law. Tho tltaft or
Hie ordinance has now been sub
mitted to .the Terrlloilal Hoard of
Agriculture for iulinaHun.
Satttrilii) evening Chuiiiunn A)lctt
mid Membeis Logan and McClellaii
of the health iciiiitiillteo met mid
evolved tho new and blKlilj-lmnoit-
oue'nut oidlnance. It vv)II he lemeiiibei
ed that a furmei meusiiro was killed
by Hip majority vote of thu super
visors Miniu, months ago, it being
claimed that the ordinance was ill
adapted to the conditions obtaining
In the city and county-of Honolulu.
The contention was raised that tho
old oidlnance was ton olabciiulo In
character 'and Imposed much hard
ship us well as expense upon the
small dull) men,
The tiilierculoslB test is retained
In the now- ordinance,. It is also pro
vided that no fee ''will be charged
the local dilr)iueii for making an
oxamlnatlou of their cuttle. The
Hoard of Agriculture will look after! that President Taft and Attornc)-
Ihlu tmtinrlllllt wnrL nn.l nil fli.it !(litio.nl VV'li l.orulillni limn .Innliloil
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I be j ask fi oiii (he cltj nnd counly Jlhat Thlid .ludgu William Itohlnsou
will he Ihe assistance of two helpers of the Circuit Court Is eminently
for u few weeks duiing the period
for making thu examinations,
The tubeiciilosls test is considered
of the highest nnsen.iicnre lu Hie
dialling of Ihe new mflk nidln.iuie,
The meiistiin may bo brought up
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r.itltniu rut iiilniit (tin
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In respoiiFc lo a question
this afteinoon an to whether
he Intended lo leslgu as a re
sult of JgUilge lie Holt being
named fi'l the Siipicme bench
in plate of his numlneo. Hub
bins It Vmlerson, (ioveinor
"I liaVo nothing to say on
This Is presumed lo mean
that theiu Is some gioinul fur
the leport of the (lovel noi'c
leslgnatloii In the near fu
ture. Us u lesult of thu Na
tional Administration ailing
loutiury to his iecomuiciid.1
u. S. Judge;
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 17.
President Taft today annointed A. 0. 1
M. Robertson. Second United States
Jude-e: John T, De Bolt, Associate
of the Territorial Sanreme Court,1
and W, J. Robinson, Judge of the
This Is the special tablegiani Hint
was received this morning, later eon-
UriiKd h an Assoelated Pies ills-
pnieh, and imitlng u final end to the
iloubi existing cm the judicial vaean-
clis nanilng A. (I. M. Hoberlson ns
a colleague tif .ludgp Ha il fold II Dole
on ine neiic ii in ine I'lincii Hiaie-
Dlstilrt Com t; rlicull Jitdge John T.
A. Q. M. ROBERT80N
United States Judge.
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Do Holt lo take the place on the ed Stales Weather llureaii at tho
iiencii in me leirnujnii supremo
Court made vacant by the icslgna-
Hon of former Asoilatu Justlco Ar-
thuy Wilder. The rahlegrnm also
itntQ mi nml In nil ilmilil fin.l ulinud
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nuilllled to sit for another four
henm, and although his present com-
mission does not expire until March
HI, have sent his name In the Sell-
ate, disposing nf all of Hawaii's Jit-
dlclnl vaiaiirles at one time,
The iiiivvs fioiu Wnshlngton Hint
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5B To 44Teachers
.LONDON, Jan. 17. Returns from
the constituencies received thus far
show that the Liberals have won in
the centers where the sharpest con-
tests were carried on.
Ud to the mesent time the Minis-
hvSSt. ''"I"1 W nM'
J,8" t$ men"dT LMPP":
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winn ins; by Rood mnrKms all alonB
" ivnj-tuui, a iic iuviai9 ate
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SALT LAKE. Utah. Jan. 17. Tex
Rickard, the successful bidder for
the Johnson-Jeffries world-champion
ship fight, has eneaeed the Saltair
Arena for the contest. I
Governor Spry of Utah. has placed !
himself on record to the effect that'
he will not under any circumstances
nermit the bl(j ficht to come off in'
the State over which he holds juris- j
Pif'ni- Is u treat hath Inir resort
ocntiMt llt.ollt llfleen miles t.n. 0
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WASHINGTON. D. C.. Jan. 17.
ConRressman Gilbert M. Hitchcock.
Democrat, from Omaha, Neb., filed an
affidavit today in the BallinRer - Pin -
cLi.-'i.iii... i- IK
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MILLS FORTUNE FOR FAMILY.
NEW YORK. Jan. 17. The will
cf the late D. 0. Mills was filed to
dav. The millionaire left his im
mense fortune to be enually divided
uciwccn ma sun Him aautnicr, mrs.
Whitelaw Reid, The Mills fortune!
is estimated to be thirty millions.
OF LAST YEAR
A legulai NH. trade wlml blew
)esterday,.uc compelled at Inteivals
by heavy rain. This apparently did
not deter people from going to
church, us St, Andrew's eathcdial
was packed In Hid morning. Iter.
Mr. llllss conaiatiibitiri the loiicie-
Ration foi making the saciince Hi
fine of such ini lenient weather
lining, ine icniii rniunni id uaie
since .lanuuiy 1, 1910, is 3,011
inches, The total rainfall for the
same period last )cai was only 1,81
IlirhiiH RIllfA twimi l.iul Kutui.lnv
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when the stoim began, 1,811 Inches'
fif ruin linlA rullnli .ii. nnfiiK. u '
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much rain US' fell from .Inniiury 1,
1909, to .liinuar) 17, 1909.
Al 8 p in on Haturdiy last, .3.1'
Inch was leglstertd. During the
night heavy rain set in at Intervals,
no thut b Sa m )csteida), ,fi8 inch
had fallen. I'rom that tluin until K
p. in., .'il urli vfell, ami dining Inst
night until 8 a, in, this morning. ..is
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Commissioners of Public Instruction
Also Consider Examination
Thu CommlKsloncrs of 1-i.blle
"tructlon with the now S,u,,li,te
iii-nii wiiiis i. rope in inu inur, re-
Blime(, lhe,r tMg Ilornl um.
I tinning the consideration of a uiiin
bcr or tho rules governing -tho schools
of the Torrltoiy
The problem Involved In the restor-
atlou or the p-ilarles or the teachers' illscussion. Commissioner Alkcu, lu
whose stipend) were ledueed during coniiectloii with the application of
the reign of economy over two )ensJMIsi .Wt.lhuin Tor u evrllDrnto,
ago wns also discussed Ii) the coinmls. showed Unit Iho Hoard had nlii'.idy
sloiiers A tentative plan was ngrcul gone mi record an not beng In favor
upon whereb) a scale of Increase will of rouipcllliiK o-l tcuchcrs I" lake ex
bu inaugurated in about June,- next nt nnilnilloiit and It is believed that this
the rato of sr per month b wljlch lo'lcy will b ndlieicd to.
some of the teachers whoso saliHes Tl.u members of the Hoard of i'ub
vvero redmed ni Dint time will be re " Itislrnrtloii prosctit this morning
tllriwtt In tlmlr fnrtiift rnllmd W( r" Willis T PlIOO I Klllll rlllll'llil. lit
The ileparlment ins nlwi gun- nil
FOR DEBOLT'8 PLACE
Coincident with the rallied an-
tiouncemc-nt of President Taft's noin-
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inatlon of Ciicult Judgo De Holt foi
"lc Mipreme uouri, u ciiiiipaiKii u
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the Cli (.tilt bench.
Tlie anilines Of a (Jlieuii juiign
arc being )iut to tho test (nntln
uously, and as far as ever)-dii) prac
tise Is concerned, the uicuihcM of
the bar are more Interested In the
UelectliiB of a successor for l)e Holt
h , ,, , ia llallllllK ofitllu
mall , ' acnny ,,, Bll.
1 ' . TM,nHf 01,nl) i,i.,,
SiBliiltH Dlstilct Atlorne), Is ccmsld
creel Hie lending caiidblalo for the
place on tho Clirull bench, nnd with
him nro Itobblns II. AndctHili, whine
aspirations for thu Snpienio Court will
not be fulfilled and Dli tile. J" itu
Itawllns has a number ! sticn
supporteis and It is now bellevod that
. has n good cbane for appointment.
ARE STOCK PRICES
Mcllr)de. U.iliu, Iliitchlnsou Paau
hau and Hawaiian Coiumerrlil vvei
Iho principals lu Iho upwind tieia! of
the stock prices todii). Over a limn
uniiil ulififna fT 1f.llrt,l.i i lt,.iii,.u!
) ,olwu. Saturday torennou and
lhh morning at prices ratiging ficm
7.25 to 7.51. and It Is still held at 7.5')
. wjlh no lndlratlonlcif a slump,
Uahu Sugar sold on the board al
35. an advance of fifty cents a tlnio
'.'" KatiiriUv s sales mid veiy liltlo
In Ihe market at that. Hawaiian Coin-
"' B oiKiiei. ruiiiiiiaii is ui-niK iiuiiriui
up fiom San Krauclsco sellers at .'j '.S
nnd seems lobu .ndvaiiclug in com
pan) with Hutchinson rifly slines
f Honokan sold loda) at 1'2 llfl.t of
O'1"1 "' fi 25 UI"' 'wt," "f Hawaiian
hllglir at 5t.
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11IU nililll' HOI IS ItlJ HUH
FILLED WITH THE BEST CANDY
IN THE CITY,
Hotel, Near Union.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
iccord as In I n -j opposed III rtopciilns
tho eae of Mrs T Netllu Hcolt ami
win not as tin laao up lliu ovn unrc III
It Incline plain ut the Hoard inert-
lug thai the new administration Is not
Igieitl) lu favor of thu lilei of tenth-
crs evamlii illou that ljivo been uiidorvH
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tlie ovldeiire-s Is the iiiot.itiou Tor Wal
,l,IIJ whlrli t" nil apiie-iriinees has ml
vaiiieu iiiut inu piyinciii m
uiiniltiH iHvtitend lMoneee hns nlt-.ll
Jim,,,.,! "nlli. li.lng bid with no
The next silo of this itock Is'
tlkilv to be In tile vlclullv of Sill If
ciuetatloiis count for "nn.Whlir.;
NEW YORK, Jan. 17. Secretary
Heike of the American Sugar RcAn-
in? Company and the others indict
ed with him were in court today and
entered a plea of not jcuilty.
MINORCA. Jan. 17. The French
war sloop Maitial wns wrecked here
WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 17.
The Statehood bill passed the House
STILL IN PROGRESS
In spite- of all thu ralu end mud. L.
II. Kerr &. Cn. rt lrt lnrso crowds,
Ini) lug last Saturday. t '
This popular llriu Is liuldlug a largo
salu at pi c sent and over) aitlclo In
tho store Is Included.
The i-alo will ho continued for n few
d.ijs more and It will miiiu than pay
)ou to drop lu mid examine some of
tho goods mid see tho enormous re
ductions Hindu lu prices.
Their windows aro lit up ovory
evening so drop around and rco tho
Sam Kanelu Iho chauffeur who ran
over A. H, Smith last week, lias been
charged with heedless driving, and
his bonds that nt first wero nxed at
SJOO havo been Increased to $500.
Ills caso was on Iho calendar this
ninit.lng anil lit appeared In cuurt. hut
tho mutter was sent over till Janti
aiy 21, Wllllo Hall put up tho bonds
for Kiinela and thorn was nothing
more done In Ihe cnn ,
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