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chant shall lay down a plan of pub
llclty than It la for him to lay In a
line of goods. There mutt be thla
cort of Interdependence of the two to .
really do a profitable business. To
have goods it a primary condition, .
but It cannot, without lost, be ceu-
arated from that of quick tales. This A
Is brought abolJt by ADVERTI3INO.
And the Evening Bulletin gives daily ...
testimony of Its stimulating effect
on trade. ,.
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HONOLULU. rERRITORI OP HAWAII. PRIDAY. DECEMBER 28. 19015
i'RIOE 6 OlXNTH
Japanese Try To Bribe
CANDIDATES FOR LICENSES TRY FRAUD
Atlempta hno been mnilo recently
1111 thu part of Japanese candidates for
physicians' licenses to tirlbu members
of Hit! Hoard of Medical Kxamlners.
This statement Ik niado by presi
dent I'inkham of tlio Uunrd of Healtli
In 11 letter wlilrli lie sends to Coventor
Carter. The letter Ik for thu purpose
of placing himself on record In thu
At least two members of the Hoard
of KxumluorH lime lecolved valuable
piesents from some of thu candidates,
although their acquaintance with thu
r.uullduteH wns uf the HllRhtest, mill
not hiioIi us to wurrnnt either the gl
Ii:k or the reception of such presents,
whether bent with thu compliments of
Ihu season or otherwise A poltilhlnnk
olfer of money was mailu by the rep
lescntiitlvo of line candldato to ono
inemher of thu Hoard.
Of course, theso attempts lit bribery
met with no success. Thu present
sent to una member was retained, but
only to bu used as evidence tigulnat
(Imernor Curler this morning di
elded to make public the letter receiv
ed by I1I111 from l'rldunt l'inkhum,
telling of theso things, lie suys that
It Is not Ills custom to haui letters
from thu bends of deportments pub
lished, but this matter Is 0110 which
needs publicity and ho therefore
makes publlo the letter In full.
The follow ig Is thu text of Presi
dent I'lnkhum's letter to the Oovernor:
lion. (Ion. It. Carter, Ooveruor, Terri
tory of Irawnll.
Dear Hlr: I wish to place mjsclt
on reconl In 'the mutter of the udtuls
slon of Japanese physicians to Ihu
practice of ijicillcliiu In thu Territory
Tlieiu uru many thliiKs of which uu
lire convinced, legal proof of which It
would bo dlfllciilt to prodtico In court.
1 hau Btudted tho situation through
out tho Territory for a long tlmo.
There 111 e Japanese phjslclaug
uhose skill, ejlilcs ami cultUatlon aro
such they nlunjs recehe thu highest
recognition, mil) most of these share
the sentiment ,of our flrst-cluss physi
cians that can not too carefully
guard .our HeVnses to practice mudl
Line mid nur'ery.
Thuiu Is 11J) question but Hint such
latltudu was'ghen and confldeucu re
poeed In former examinations In tho
Japanese luTiguugo that there was no
opportunity, for outside collushu
prompting and asslstauco land that
such practices did obtain with tho re
sult that the examine! s were misled
and unworthy candidates were admit
1TI10 medical and profcrsloual ethics
orrn I flolici ur. im
mc iPiAut in new tukk iu ' ti m
TCLEPHONE MAIN 25.
ri, Tr'rmf linwiwii Tinm fiimM
of ery many Jnpaneso plilclana do
'and pructlced by ph)slclaiiH of thu
Did thesu Jnpaneso physicians con
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OF BARK GARR0LT0N
The cubteshlp Ilestorer will In all
probability take thu olllceis and crew
of thu bark Carrolton, which wus
wreckul lit Midway day before jester
day, from that Island to Vancouver,
I). C. Negotiations to this effect weru
commenced this morning and will bu
lomplcied us soon us the Nuw York
ointo of thu cnblo company can be
hoard from and the owners of the
ussul communicated with by cable.
Captain Combes expressed himself
us willing to do anything which he
could In order to help thu Carrotton's
crew and lulled tho 0IIU0 of Irwin tt
Co. this morning to talk thu matter
oer lie will leao for Midway on
Monday and will do some work, chang
ing thu landing position of tho cable
oil thu Island, and then go to Vnncoii
vr, II. C .
(Jinernor Curler Is forty jenrs old
today Tliut he wao celebrating somu
'event wus evident this morning rrom
I thu appearance of thu (Iocrnor him
j self and of IiIb desk, even before ho
made thu announcement that ho had
seen forty stimmcrH and a fuw less
winters. He woro about his neck 11
iargu green lei, and his desk was co-
eied with doners sent by his friends
"I used to think that nt forty 11 man
ns old," said tho Governor, "but I
have changed my mind, I feel it good
deal jounger lliuu I did some eurs
And his appearance confirmed his
words There was no Immediate sign
of ad wincing ago about htm.
At i o'clock this morning tho band
seionixled tho Governor nt his homo.
Among other selections plajed wus a
march composed by Captain Hurgcr In
honor of tho Chief Incentive.
Happy New Year To AH
into she mm
R, H. Taylor Says He Is
Not Taylor Mention
ed By Taylor
The multitude of Talors in Wnsh
Ingtoui who hae to do with the Fed
eral bulldlne site mutter has crrutcd
quite n little confusion In town todav.l
It. II Tri.ilor.1 11 sieclal agent of tha
TrHUPurJ Dtparttnent. tirrlu-d In tho
Mongnlli yWturday, mid the question
Is now whether or not he Is thu agent
who was to be sent heie to Investigate
and reiMirt on thu local federal build
Pome tlmu ngo when Frank H. Dodge,
the man isr of the lllsbup Ilstate, was
In Wnshlnuion, Supcrlilug Architect
Taylor (old him tint u Mr. Taj lor, who
was formerly assistant setrf tury of the
Treusui) DeiMilment, would bu sent
hole ns un agent to H-purt on Hie site
Ab a ruurrqueiico wheii It. II Tulor
arrived, thoio Interested In the build
lug site proportion, as well as eer
one clae, who paid any attention to tli
matter, thought that the real Tnlor,
who was to nttend to the Bite ruse, was
lien). Talor, however, dented this.
He was Special Agent Tulor, but nor
the lormcr Assistant Secretary Talor,
whom Bupcn Islns Architect Tujlor le
fernd to. 'I he Ta.vlor mentioned win
Horace A. Tujloi, and that Keiitleinmi
had doparteil for Kuropo on account (:
A Hulletln reiiorter was told by Tn
lor, the Tn) lor who Is here now, that
he wus meiely down hero for a vaca
tion, and that he hud not been sent to
Honolulu to look up the building site
"Would such n matter as the renort-
ins on the building sites not come
under .011r pniilnce?" asked the re
isirter. "Oh, jes, ll might," answered Tuj
lor. "Have jou ever reporltd 011 siu.li
"Yes. several times."
"Still, jou say jou will not report
on the building site here?"
"1 might be usl.cd to report on It. If
the matter should come up In Wash
ington vhle I am heie. hut I wus nut
sent Inn- f . - 1 m' puriHise. My busi
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i 1 ,
Tim deposition of Ciiplnl'i Ktlnuiu of
tile lliilii mu Is belnif taken today.
VOU 'eave the order
WE d the rest,
8eleeUd PINEAPPLES and"?A.
NANAS. Next steamer the Ventura
l - l ld-l
BATH ROBES, Men's and Boys'.
NIQHT ROBE8, Men's and Boys'.
CRAVANETTE RAIN COATS,
PAJAMAS, Men's and Boys'.
SWEATERS, Men's and Boys'.
SHIRT8, all styles and patterns.
NECKWEAR, all styles.
HOSIERY, all styles.
CHILDREN'S HAT8 AND CAP8.
MEN'S BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
TUXEDO AND FULL DRE88 8UITS.
In fact everything you can ask for
In our line,
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
4 IMinko, Hawaii - Hilly killed
himself becai.e of worry over old
ii(lne. He left the following
message' "William winter. Isirn
tenth day of -Inly. 1SX2, at Kenle-
mulr, Forfiirshlre, Siotland, de-
parted this life. Ills journey wus
brief through this world of woe
but when death came iiralllng he
was lendy to po. Signed, William
Winter." Hove new engine going
but we need mom spark to work
It Will cull jou Iu half 1111 hour
and send particulars.
The above messuge was rerilwd
from the operator of the wireless
4- stutlo.i lit l'uako this noon
William Winter, a maihlnlut iu the
eintiloy of the Wireless Company, om-
milted suicide some time Wednesday
nUht or Thursday iiiornlng at I'unko.
Hawaii, where ho had been sent to ru
I nlr the wireless station ut that uolm.
Ills body was found ut 10 nYluik
Thursday morning Ijlng near Ihu sta
tion, while alongside was u shot gun
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Don't Throw GOOD MONEY After Bad
INVEST IT IN NEVADA MINING STQCKS
Millionaires becoming Illi.I.IONAIIIKS.
Wealthy men becoming MIU.lONAlltlCS.
Hlcli moil becoming HICHKIt.
Poor men becoming IUC1I.
"GO THOU AND DO LIKEWISE."
Wrllu us for our KUKK MAUK-T I.KTTKU which tells you of things
you won't believe. Hut they aro THUK noverthuless. Things jou people
overseas DHCAM of, but don't lvallie Alti: TltUi:.
They Are True!
Members Sun Francisco and Tonapah Mining Kxclmnge.
Suite tMS-'.'II Muuaduock Illdg., San Francisco.
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members of the San Francisco & Tonopah Mining Exchange, Suite No, 243
Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Cal.
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 STORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1050-1065 BI8HOP ST. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
(iOVERNOR iY NOW
.i I pin
Federal Officials Are
Told To Answer
Orders have been Issutd by the De
partment heads ut Washington to the
Kcderil emplojeos of the Territory or
Hawaii, In accordance with Insti ac
tions clli'ti bv Iri,!i1piit llnnUHinlt.
'that they are hen-after to ule to the 1
flovernor of the Territorj any Informa- J
lion concerning uieir deimrtmeiitJ
which he may desire.
1 Covemor Carter learned of this ae
'Hon bv n letter iiceived recently from
the President nud also one from the
St-creinry of tho Treasury. Secretary
M(Hid) has also written to some of th"
Federal otfltlals stationed here, giving
them the ame Instructions.
This action Is taken In accordance
with 11 su finest Ion mude by (lovcrnor
Carter to th' I'nslilont Iu n recent let
ter. Hut the action Is much brouded In
Its elfeet thin the Coventor nskeu for
There Is a slimline order to Federal
cmplojces that they are not to give
out Rtiv- Information from their depart
ments without first obtaining permis
sion from thu Department heads at
Washington. On account of tho geo
graphical location of Hawaii, this
proves very Inconvenient, as much
valuable time Is consumed. Tho (lov
crnor id ten bus occasion to ask fur In-
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8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., Dee. 28.
John Slemsen. the part Hawaiian
charged with murdrf, has been denied
a change of venue and also the peti
tion of his attorney for the appoint
ment of a commissioner to take testi
mony as to the man's sanity while he
lived In Hawaii.
NEW YORK. N. Y., Dec. 28. J. W.
Ferklns and C. S. Falrchlld of the New
York Life Insurance Company have
been Indicted by the Qrand Jury for
TRAGEDY OF JEALOUSY
PORTLAND, Or., Dec. 28. Fuigl
Savlgnanl killed his wife, his mother-
in-law and then himself today. Jeal
ousy was the alleged cause of the
ONISK, Russia, Dec. 28. General
Litvlanorf was assassinated here to
day. OISHOP SMITH DEAD
NASHVILLE, rein., Dec. 28. Bish
op Smith of the Methodist Church
South died today.
lit M FROM
(If LOWER (
Three notices of appeal were Men
with tint elerl of thu C'lriult Court
thin mtnulng, all being brought bj de
fendant): n t,n 1 1 it whom .IiuUe Whiiuej
I : d found,
l.ee Chile' who was found guilt; of
1'ih.iiiIi r-i ittiry 011 Wung Hint, and
! !. I , uiij 11 fine of "u. Is one of
tli we vvao appeal from the juduneni ot
Chang Hum; Kee. de'i eilant In H11
-nil bioii'ilit bj James I Holl. tux 11 .
s'UMir, al,io appeals fiom the Judi'-itmf
ol tliu lower eotirt. In which lie was
oi'iilemrd to pay up his back luxes tn
the extent, Including coats, of IHUf.a.
I'l the case of tho suit brought bj
William W. (iuiiii against the Knliunkl
Heights Zoo, Ltd., tor JI12 21 us pu)
Hient for seniles rendered, the district
limit found for the plalulllf In the sum
of 1127.03 ou December II. An lippe.u
Is taken by Hie defendant
The court of land iccljtrallon lodiy
urauted to Juhr Kiumeluth the right
to register ami confirm .Itlu to 217J
iipiu.M feet el land at tho comer of Kit
laiull'ie and King stieets
Only $4,50 a Pair
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
The I'ljmu tloi, ngullist Hovemor Car
ter restraining him fttuu disponing o
the lJin.ll lands wits dissolved bv .ludrf
De Holt todav ut the conclusion ot th
nrgl'ineiits of the nttoniejs. The in
junction ngnlnst l.iud Commission,
1'r.ltt Is mil jet dissolved, but pruhahh
will be after Mllveiton g'ls ihroiigl
vvllli Ills argument
The Judge sidestepped the ipieslio
of Jurisdiction, and the dissolution o
the Injunction leaves the matter sill
oh-ii. lie Holt holds the Governor 1,
i.ot liable till lie nets on I'rutt's titom
uu mint Ion
MAGNATE CASSATT IS DEAD
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.. Dec. 28.
Alexander J. Cassatt, President of the
Pennsylvania Railway, died suddenly
today from heart disease. Cassatt wat
one of the leading railway magnatet
of the country, a power in national at
well as State affairs, and has beer
president of the Pennsylvania Rail
roid Company since June, 1899. H
vnt e acated In the University '
l-'elciberg and Rensselaer Polytech
nic Institute. Entered service of Pel -sylvanla
Railroad Company as rodm.-i'
In 1861. In 1864 he held the posltlc
of resident engineer on the Phlladei
phla A Erie Railroad. In 1867 he wat
made superintendent of motive power
and machinery en the 'Pennsylvania
Railroad; 1870 was general manager
of lines east of Pittsburg; 1871 to 1874
third vice president. He was borr
In Pittsburg Dee. 8. 1833.
(lovcrnor furtir Is sulil to hn
promised Secrelarj Ilnrtou of iIm
Aliierltuu Hoard of Missions 10 wilm
11 treatise on Hawaii's hlsiorj. foi
which lie has for some time Mist In en
(ollecttiiK data for 11 Huston mntciultiu
! lined l the lloiril
Is a corporation authorized by law to
act as a trusttd agent in the care of
property, either before or after the
death of the owner.
The Advantage of a Corporation
over an Individual In the capacity of
a trustee are now universally recog
,& Hawaiian Trust
fnm Company, Ltd.
xStfuX For St. Honolulu
"HEYWOOD 8HOES WEAR."
Something in Footwear
For Winter Needs
Never a time when sound foot
wear was more necescary. The
weather has Imposed the need
for good shoes.
Here's a happy combination of
style and service. The fashion
able Heywood blucher, made
of velours calf with medium ex
tension sole. Not least of its
attractions Is the price.
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