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The gaining and holding of customers forfhe new year is now the livest business item
from am Franeltcot
Sonoma .Inn. 2
Nippon Mnru inn. 4
Par San Franelcot 41
Coptic Dec. 29
Ventura Jon. 1 .
From Vancouver! .
Aorangl J. Jan. 12
For Vaneouvtri .5.
Moana Jan. 9 .j,
4. By Advertising a merchant cultl-
vate hit field Instead of merely
4. scratching It. Hit returm do not
come from the tparae and accidental
growth, but from the thorough till
Ing of the toll and an expert knowl
edge In making one crop succeed
T anoiner every lime no agvcruics j,
In the EVENING BULLETIN he It
f planting the teed and watering the
toll, and the growth it QUICK and
the HARVEST CERTAIN. 4.
1BI IK M KPEMBLE
Vou XV III No 3574
HONOLULU. rKRRITORT OF HAWAII. THUK8DAY. DECEMBER 27 1JM)U
Friob 6 Oknth
MAYOR SCHMITZ ToT ELIMINATE RUEF
Mmocfafrd 1'rttt Special Cablel
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cal Dee. 27.
Mayor Schmitz, who was Indicted with
Boat Ruef for extortion, hat demanded
that he be granted a teparate trial.
(Antnrlatfd rrtnn ffpecfal Catiltl
KANSA8 CITY, Mo., Dec. 27. Tel
ler Anderaon of the First National
Bank, convicted of embezzlement . of
19,000., hat been tentenced to four
MMorfaftff Prtit flj)vfn( Cabltl
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 27.
The President and hit family have
gone to Pine Knot, Wett Virginia, for
KILLED BY YAQUIS
(A9ociattd Fret ffprrlnl CaMs)
EL PA80, Tex., Dec. 27. Eleven
Mexlcant fell victims to a tlaughter
by Yaqul Indiana 60 miles south of
HOLl.lNl'.EK In thU illy. flee. 27.
I!n. iiaiichtei- of Mr. ami Mm. Tom
llnllliigei, imcil 1 year r, mouths
Funeral from tin1 Iioiiiu at 2 . m,
tomorrow (Friday). Ilurl.il nt Cnlliollc
tjtjr- BULLETIN .ADS. PAY
JSf A fvimrt CfoAfj fir,l!r I yfjkJ yj
mi MADE IN NEW YORK B f9
TCLCPHONC MAIN 25. t ..
mL i:-Liu. -.- - fj.
Steamer Brings Rev. J J
L. Barton En Route
The Mongolia emtio Into tho Hack
fold tlock tills uftcrnoou at 2 o'clock
after u rather rough pnsMgo from San
Finmisco. As Purser Itonnlo ex
pressed It, "Sho movcil around some on
tlm wn.i ovci." Tills nntiirnlly menus
(lull there was pretty heavy w outlier,
as It tal.es u very licavy sen to stir tlio
Mongolln from her usual steadiness.
Tlic Mongolia lias n new captain in
the portion of It. II. Hathaway, u new
man on the l'aclflc. Capt. Hathaway Is
a rather joS man In comparison to
tlm other captains, of tho I'nrlflc Mall
lio.its, hut Is wild to lie ono of the best
offlccrs in tho American merchant ner
vier, lie camo to tho 1'ariflc Mall from
tho Ward lino on tho Atlantic, where
ho cnjojcil n rcpiitatloii of tho Lest.
The wharf was emwded with min
isters and other churcli people waiting
to greet Itcv. J, 1. llarton, tho secre
tary of the American Hoard of Foreign
Missions who Is on tho way to Yoko
hama. As soon as lie came off tho ship
lie was taken in charge ly P. C. Jones
who placed him In n wagonctto drawn
by tour horses and took him to his
home In N'uuanii Vulley, wlicro lie will
lie entertained till the Mongolia leaves
Among others who were on the Mon
golia was A. 0. M. Ilobertnnn, return
IUR.frui u trip .to the Coast. '
Mr.ri. M. tlallou and Misses Flor
ence and Charlotte llalloii, returned,
leaving Attonioy 8. M. Ilallou In Wash
Ingtop, whole lie lias koiho cases to
nglil licfoie tho Bu'urcmc Court of the
f United States.
Mrs. John Kirn, widow of the laiu
John Kim, returned with Thos. Knu
niul .Mlsycs Mabel and Clarice Kna.
Ui. Samuel J. Call, who will take
tho plaoo ot Dr. Robinson oil tho Man
nliih, war on board.
Mi. James Dole returned from tho
Coast with his Inlde.
Mr. nml Mrs. Albert Watcrliouso wcro
atitong the pasjcngcrit.
Tho Mongolia brought 2D1 sacks of
mall for this city and a few package
of freight, Sho lias 310 Orientals un
IkmiiI, iMiiind for theli homes. Twit
hundred and fifty of these nro Chlnu
meii and tho rest Japanese.
The nHI'-crs ot the Mongolia wcro
shocked to hear of tho death of Capt.
Peaburv, who was a great favorite with
nil. 'inov siy that they know when
(Hey loll that ho had little chance of
Hi Int.. He was walking along a street
in ono ot the small, cities near Sun
Frini Ibco aliout two weeks ago and fell
Into a cellar which had lieen left with-
mil f Mt'trltlf' . t'mm ,1... I..I. .-I-..
I rfili.mt In ,1,1a ..... I.I.. .i .t. ..
v....vi iii lino j uin Ul'lllll rcsuiicu.
Tho Weekly Edltlob or tho Ereolai
Bulletin gives a complete tummarj of
wwa of h,rtT 9n, Mi a vtan
Happy New Year To AH
iiTfVsiJttr 1 4 ai-J-'' -- 'eaaaiiLto..fc.a. -..-i-, .'.,
FOlli WAIlEk IS
Has Salved 600 Tons Of
It's an III wind that blows no one
luck and the stranding of the trnnspo'll
miieritlaii at llailjers rotnt lias turned
nut to lie a ulndfiill for a young haolc
named tlummouil, and the million llv
ing In that section. In Writer to get tho
Sheridan olf It was necessary to Jetti
son the coal which lias on board tho
transport and 1700 tons of her fuel wcro
thrown over the side und then washeu
on the Im-iicIi,
Hammond, who but a short time ago
was working as a waiter nt Scotllc's,
saw a clinncc to mnko nomc money, so
he routed the laud on which the coal
had been washed and made an agree
ment by which ho should have the
right In salve tho coal without any In
terfcronce. He then got tho natives
together ami unt lo work. Now thcic
Is in the vicinity r,."0 tons of first
class fuel coal piled on1' the bench and
Hammond Is In tho city today making
preparations to havo It brought heio
in scons. He rhotild bo able to get
from $1 to ?j per ton for tho coat und
will clear a handsome little sum as the
result ot his forethought and hard
11 BOISE CITY
Among the passengers to arrive to
day on the Mongolia was It. II. East
man, the president of tho IIoImi City
National llank, accompanied by his
family. Hn has como here for a vaca
tion trip mid will remain for a month
or more. Mr, Knstmati has been a res
ident of Uolso for tho past 10 years and
wus ono of tho original promoters and
Is now heailly Interested In tho Ar
tesian Hot und Cold Water Comnanv.
This company Is unique as It has Us
Miurros or stippl) from nature and pipes
both hot mil mid water directly from
the ground to buildings all over tho
city wlieiii It Is used for all ordinary
purposes and nlso for heating the
biilldlngH. I'rnrtloally all the modern
hulldliigii In MdIho nro heated with rad
iators which arc suppllrd by the hot
ROUQH RIDER TACTIC8
Washington, Dec. 12. President
lioosovclt wunts to clean out the
Washington tenderloin, although It
will cost 130,0110.000 to do It.
BATH ROBES, Men's and Boys',
NIQHT ROBES, Men't and Boys'.
CRAVANETTE RAIN COATS.
PAJAMAS, Men's and Boys'.
SWEATERS, Men't and Boys'.
SHIRTS, all stylet and patterns.
NECKWEAR, all stylet,
HOSIERY, all styles.
CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS.
MEN'S BOYS' and CHILDREN'3
TUXEDO AND FULL DRESS SUITS.
In tact everything you can atk for
In our line.
COR. FORT AND HOTCL OTRECTS.
ALEC WAS ONLY
A, O M. Hbbcrtson, the well t
known lawyer and politician, re-
4 turned ihlc afternoon In the Mon-
golla, his return being almost as
unexpected as his sudden depart-
lire, immediately after leaving
the stenmcr Robertson went to his
nftlcc Hera ho nas found, nmnng
a host of friendt who had.hastcncd
there to greet hltn.
Hegnrdlng his trip ItobcrtBon
did not have much to say. He 4
was very pleasant, but not com-
"Where have )ou lieen?" he wus
"In San Kranrlsto and Callfor-
nla," he answered.
"Then )ou didn't go to Wash-
"No; I did not hnvo tho lime."
"What was the purposo ot jour
"Pleasure und business com- 4
blued. Law business." f
"What cases were ou working
on, which necessitated the trip?"
"Oh, nothing that would Inter-
est the public"
Itobertson was osUd whethei
the renlgiintion as chairman of the
Rcpiibllcnn Central Committee, f
which he tendered when ho left.
4- was still to bo considered ofrectlio. 4
4 Ho answered that It was not. It 4
4- was tendered merely In caso the 4
4 committee should wunt to elect 4
4 another chairman during his ah- 4
4 sence. As the committee had not 4
4 wnntcd to do so, ho did not Intend 4
4 to resign.
Excitement Wild in Nevada
Dally fresh .fortunes are wrested from Mother Karb.' Tcndoffccl and
Inexperienced' men havo become millionaires overnight: A few weeks ago
I boy labored for day's wages, YOU CAN DO THIS ALSO. The chances are
better now than ever before. ,
Many of our Island clients havo reaped stupendous profits by following
our advice, In substantiation of which wo reproduce tho following from
the SAN FltANCISCO CAM, of date December 4, 1906:
"HONOLULU BUYING STOCK8
"ISLAND SPECULATORS MEET WIITH SUCCESS IN NEVADA MINES.
"HONOLULU, November 26. Interest In Nevada min
ing stocks has been growing rapidly for some limn past. It
Is said that, whllo a largo number of men aro btijln,-, nml
have bought slocks- In tho various concerns In Nevada, so
far there has not. been a slnglo loss recorded.
"All of tho stocks In which local pcoplo Invested havo
advanced in value In two or three Instances men In this
city aro said to havo cleared up $SO,000, whllo thcro aro a
number who havo mado smaller amounts, but still running
into tho thousands."
The early youth ot '07 will sco more and quicker huge fortunes made
than slnco Comstock days. This is not speculation TIIK GOLD IS
TIIKHE. Wc aro right whero you need us In San Francisco wlicro tho
market for Nevada shares Is mado. Our fingers aro constantly on tho pulso
of tho mining stock situation, and wu have acctirato knowledge of tho
good stocks. WRITE NOW for our FREB MARKET LETTKIt. And when
j on get our lip to buy or sell, be ready to ACT.
Members of the 8an Francisco Tonopah Mining Exchange, Suite No. 243
Monadnoek Building, San Francisco, Cal.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc..
Members of the San Francisco A Tonopah Mining Exchange, Suite No, 243
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
.THAT CASH AND INVEST IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE 8TORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059.1085 BISHOP 8T, ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
e- vju'.&..k , L V
Cableship May Take The
Wrecked Sailors To
The news of tho running nshoro of
thu bark Carrollon on Midway, which
came in by cable last night, has occa
sioned a good deal of tnlk Id tho city,
mid the details which havo been re
ceived are so meager that It Is diffi
cult to know as yet Just what will bo
done. The cableship Restorer Is duo
to leave for Mldwny on Monday and
It Is possible that she may take tho
crow, who wcro nil saved, on board
and land them In Vancouver, where
sho goes to dock and to have a gen
It Is also possible In case that n
request should bo mado through
Washington that cither tho Iroquois
or thu Manning might bu sent to Mid
way for this purioso. It Is doubtful
It thsrc would bo any chance of sav
ing tho Carrollon, as she Is an old
wooden ship and has seen her best
days. Sho was built by the Bewails,
In Maluc, In 1S72 and Is now the prop'
urty of C. Oudrow & Co., of San Fran
cisco. Sho Is a sister ship of tho St.
Francis, belonging to the snmo firm,
(Continued en Page 2)
8an Francltco, Cal.
Spends Day in Office
Abrnm O. Kaulukmi, who has for
tonic time been connected with the
firm of Mugoon & I.lghtfoot. was on
hnnd this morning In the ofllcc ot Iicp
uty Sheriff Knlaklda taking lessons In
the manner of filling out warrants und
getting on to general loutlno of the
office. The rumor has it that he It to
be appointed Assistant Sheriff, to fill
the vacancy made by Henry Vlila. It
Is certain that homo isitttlon will be
tendered him by Sheriff-elect Iaiikta.
Assistant Sheriff Henry Vldn will
sever his connection with tho ikiIIco
department on January 1, as he states
that he has given Sheriff Drown l.ii
resignation to take effect on that nolo.
If ho nlfhcd he might remain In lilfl
present position till noon on Junuuiy
7, when the omen will be turned oier
to tho new administration. He has
some plans on fool and states that ho
Intends lo remain In Honolulu for
some llttln time, though what his plans
lire ho refuses to aniiounco as yet
Tho memorial to Congress, petition
ing for the establishing of a dry dock
at Honolulu, has no far been signed b)
tho, following Oa'iu members of the
coming legislature: Senators J. Jl;
Dowsett. J. C. Une, E. F. Hlshop. C. K
Chilllngworth, Chns. J. McCarthy, Rep
resentatives W. T. Rawlins, E. W.
(Jiilnn, E. A. C. l-oiiff. A. D. Castro nml
John A. Iliighci. Senator-elect W. O.
Smith Is not In town, and therefore lil
ilgnnturo has not been secured. The
Reproscnlallvs from tho Fifth Dis
trict will sl t this afternoon. Tho me
morlnl b n .'ator Dowhott'a ofllcc for
The Republican lenders, who planned
thu sending of tho memorial to Con
gress, have high holies of Its succesi,
ns the mcuiuro has the support of cov
oral I'nltcd States Senators and Repre
sentatives. Wtakly Bulletin SI ptr yan
On New Year's Day
the 8. 8. Alameda will arrive at San
Francltco with a consignment of pine
applet and bananat.
LEAVE ORDER AT WELLS FAROO
72 KING ST.
Only $4.50 a Pair
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
(Attnelattd I'm pnlal nblf)
EL PASO, Tex., Dec. 27. Five Jap
anese contract laborers who arrived
here from across the border have been
deported to Mexico.
(Aaanctntrit i'rfM Ppeciat Cttbttl
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dee. 27. It
Is reported that General Bell will suc
ceed' Major General Lee, who It to
be retired In March.
(Atteelnleti Prru Fp'trlnt Cablt)
LIVERPOOL, Eng., Dec. 27 Rut-
elan Consul Degelmann, stationed at
thlt place, wat found dead today from
a plttol wound. Deep mystery sur
rounds the tragedy.
la a corporation authorited by law to
act as a trusted agent In the care of
property, either before or after trie
death of the owner.
The Advantage of a Corporation
over an Individual In the capacity of
a trustee are now unlveraally recog
Port fit. Honolulu
"HEY WOOD SHOES WEAR.'
Something in Footwear
For Winter Needs
Never a time when tound foot
' wear wa. more neeestary, Tho
weather hat Imposed the need
for good shoes.
Hero's a happy combination of
style and aervice. The fashion
able Heywood blucher, mad:
of veloura calf with medium ex
tension sole.' Not least of Its
attraction. I. the price.
Phone Main 282
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