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EVERY MERCANTILE BUSINESS IN HONOLULU HAS BEEN BUILT UP BY WOMEN CUSTOMERS
From San Francisco:
Mougolln Kcb. I
Alameda Feb. -I
For San Francisco:
Alnmeilii .Inn. 29
Korea Feb. 8
Mlowoni Feb. 8
Aornngl icb. &
It is quite improbable that
there is a Honolulan in trade who
does not read the EVEKINO BUL
LETIN. He reads the news in it
to see just what other men in
trade are doing. He must, if he
reasons, ask himself why these
men invoke publicity. They are
the men who are constantly en
larging their patronage. Whyt
Let him ask himself this ques
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3;30 O'CLOCK THE BULLETIN HAS NOCOMPETITOR AS HAWAII'S HOME PAPEREDlTiON
VOL. X. NO. 39 JO
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. JANUARY 28. 1908
AND WOOD WORK FOR HAWAII
Two Biscuits a Day
Was Ail Food For
(Spocl.il llullctlii Wlrolc-w)
HANA, Maui, Jan. 28. The disaster met by the American ship
Eclipse was primarily caused by a bolt of lightning that struck the ship
during a storm.
When eighty-five days out from Newcastle the ship ran into a very
f-cverc storm. A bolt of lightning struck the forctopmast, which was
shattered, and crashed through the deck.
This, with the straining of the ship in the terrific seas, caused n
leak. The crew was kept at the pumps for four days.
Finally when thcie were thirteen feet of water in the hold and it
was impossible to gain any headway over it at the pumps, the ship was
abandoned at 0 o'clock on the mour.ng of the 11th. At noon the men in
the boats saw the chin go down.
The provisions with whioh the bolts were supplied were only suffi
cient to allow the crew two biscuit and two gills of vater per day. As
already reported, three men died thi dny before the boats arrived here.
All the men were very weak but ar; rapidly recovering with good food
U V 6 HIM
Say Atcherleys Misled
Wallach For Personal
Tho CoinmltU'o of Ten linn derided
to disorganize. Slnru Wallncli U.K.)
refused to sign tho Hoard of Health
agreement, anil tliu tlmu limit net In
tho ultlnmtiim Iiiii expired, tho com
mit leu linen iml mm nn thing further
fur It to ilo, anil furth"rjn..o Its mem
liem feel rather 1.010 on tho heitler.
They conulilcr IiIh jictlnn In disregard
ing their nihleo thai ho sign the itcu
ineiit an n ilediletl hI.i'i hi them, and
they now Btato 'hut the tlmo will cumc
when ho will bo wiiry for whut ho
luia ilone. They ilo not think Hint
Wallach nnwjuia n (drat ef n uhow
of being allowed to niaku hi; o.-oi I
ment. Tho cciiiiiiiltcu will foimally go out
of existence next Saturday oiculng,
when a mass mooting wljl bq calleil
to-take iil.ico ut Aula Park. At. this
meeting tho members of tho commit
leu will tell the niiccmulcd multitudes
what they have ikino fn tho Wallacli
mutter, and will then illaaolve.
The members nf tho lommltloo aio
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Davis Makes Veiled
Judge Holu ciiiiio near rendering a
decision this morning In the Mnrkt
liulicno corpus nintter, in tililch Hab
eas Corpus Gcorgo Is tho Btnr per
former, lint ho illiln't, for Davis heart
ed him off.
Tho Judge came Into court with llio
written opinion I nlils Imnrt ready to
read. Davis Immediately began to
object to liny opinion behiK rondeiod.
Ilo wanted n clinncc to nrfcuu tho mat
ter borne more, ho tmid, so that ho
might i;o Into It thnioughly and ecu
that Justice was done his client. In
case the decision wcro nKalnst lilm,
he wanted (n take tho matter to tho
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 27.
SUGAR: 00 degree Centrifugals, 3.80
cents, or $76. per ton. Previous quo
tation, 3.77 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, Os. 10 l-2d.
Parity, 4.07 cents. Previous quota
tion, Os. 0 3-4d.
CUSTOM-MADE by AL
FRED BENJAMIN, .the TJew
That's enough for those
who KNOW. To others, we ,
can only say, "Come, jn and
see them. If you like the way
they look, try one on. THEN
you'll tee what style and fit
"Then ask the price. You'll
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TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 28. Premier
Hayashi, in a statement to the Diet
today, announced that the restric
tion of emigration to Canada has
been settled, and the emigration
matters with America were almost
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 28.
A great army depot is to be estab
lished at Fort Mason, on North
SAN TRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 28.
The Crocker Block, on Nob Hill, has
been conveyed to the Episcopal
Church to be used for a cathedral.
CARDINAL IS DEAD
PARIS. France. Jan. 28. Cardi
nal Jlichard h dead.
KECE IVED BY PRESIDENT
BUENOS AYRES, Argentina, Jan.
28. The officers of the American tor
pedo flert were received today by'the
President of the Argentine Republic.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 28.
The reciprocity agreement with
France was signed today.
THAW ALL IN
NEW YORK. N. Y Jan. 28. The
evidence for the defense of Harry
Thaw is all in.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Jan. 28. The
oil tanks here toolc Are today and
1400 feet of wharf was burned.
does h man appoint an Ex
ecutor in his will to carry
out his wishes? Why docs
ho secure a Guardian for
Because the welfare of
lus children is tho most im
portant thing in the world
Then why not appoint for
Executor or Guardian a re
sponsible party with a reputation?
,fior? Bl B'.notulo ,
Freedom For Passengers
. Bdltor KvonltiK llullctln: After a number of
conferences with Secretaries Strauss and Cnrleld, by Governor
Kcar and myself, I have Introduced a bill to permit of passen
Ker travel on fnrelRn ships between Hawaii and tho Mainland;
tho form of this bill has been approved by both of tho secre
It was first proposed to Include perishable goods In this
bill, to make possible the transportation of fresh fruit on all
steamers; when however It was found that the American-Hawaiian
lino would Immediately equip two steamers plyine reg
ularly between Hawaii and the .oast, agreeing to carry fruit
at a reasonable rate In ventilated or chilled rooms, It seemed
best to drop tho "perishable gooo... clause both In recognition
of 1. ...1 action by tho American-Hawaiian company and to les
sen tho likelihood of opposition to our bill from any of tho
,J. K. .KAhANIANAOLK. ,
Delcgato to Congress.
t .S A I I .. i ... .J .v . .$ $ S . .5. tr ... S. i S .
ij , ( -i .i ... ... j t. s S -S -5 'y ? $ t '! ? ! '5' ? '
Oahu Kept' Well. Within
Its Income In
At the meeting of tho Hoard of Bu
pcrvisors this evening Auditor IJtck
noll will Biibmlt his report on tne
flnnnces of the County for tho past
car. It shows receipts at ?179,B7-.-f'9,
tn which Is added a balance of
$18. 705. G", and disbursements at
1434,099.74, leaving a balance of
1C 1,238. n2, showing that tho County
has kept well within Its Income.
Tho receipts are shown as follows:
Territory of Hawaii, taxes, J418,
99G.47; Territory of Hawaii, llcens
68, $12,898.79; garbago department,
f 8,039. 30; excavator department, S2
21; 1.90; road department, $4,037.30;
County Knglnecr, 10; flro depart
ment, SlC,2ri; iiollco department.
Il2r,.30; i:va road district, 1633;
Koolauloa road district, $3,60; elec
tric light department, $131. CO; hunt
ing license fees, $725; County Attor
ney, $19; Alowa heights, $1,495.63;
Capitol grounds contract, $187.55.
Total, $479,572 59.
Tho totals of tho disbursements
uru ns follows
Supervisors' salaries ..$ 4,200.00
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Now At Their Best.
Leave Your Order.
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY,
72 S. King. Phone 15.
served in the best style
in Mie best-appointed
Cafe in Honolulu, at
We Aim To Please.
We Know How,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
J. HOPP 6b CO.,
LEWERS. & C00KE BLDQ.
Good News To
A parasite that preys upon the
cane-borer that infests the sugar
cane bf Hawaii has been discovered.
This news camo to tho Hawaiian
sugnr-planters in a cablo from Ento
mologist l' Mulr of the planters' ex
periment station, who Is now In the
Islands of tho Malay group In search
for thot v,Mri b has now found.
"The ncj I. u ie I " said il lend
ing member of the Planters' Associa
tion this morning, "but don't let the
public get the idea that we have al
ready conquered our old, old enemj-,
"It Is a great thing thnt Mr. Atulr
:ins discovered n parasite. We have
been hunting for ono for many
months. Hut you must remember
thnt thero Is much yet to do before
our efforts may be said to be crown
ed with success.
"Tho cable from Mr. Mulr Is very
brief. It menns that he has found
the species of cane-borer that we
havo here, and also a parasite on
same. Now there is a groat differ
ence between tho climate of tho isl
ands whero ho Is now traveling and
that of Hawaii. I'irst wo havo to get
tho parnslto hero. Then we have yet
to learn what It Is and to find nut
It docs in Its natural home. We don't
know how long it lives. Wo don't
l.now that It can bo transported. It
will undoubtedly havo to bo shipped
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Shaves you in ease, com
fort, and safety. It is always
ready there is no honing or
stropping to get it in shape
for a shave. It's cheaper, too.
Call and see how they work.
Hollister Dru!j Co.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER.
Wagons leave town twice a day for
Punahou and Nuuanu at 10:30 a, ra.
and 3:30 p. in.-; for Waikiki, at
10:30 a. m.j for Kililii, at 3:30 p.m.
Can Help Settlers
Commissioner (iencrnl Sargent be
lieves that by establishing a bureau
of Information In the Hnst which '
could work in conjunction with the
Hoard of Immigration, the Promotion
Committee might do much toward se
curing a good class of Bottlers tor
Hawaii. He has mndo this Buggcs-
Hon to Secretnry Wood, who writes
about the matter as follows In a let
ter to Chairman K I. Waldron of tho
Committee, under date of Washing
ton, Jan. 13:
"On Saturday of Inst week I spent
nn hour with K. 1'. Sargent, Commis
sioner (Iencrnl of Immigration. Mr.
Sargent Is sincerely interested in nil
that pertains tn Hawaii ana express
es himself us being greatly pleased
over the prospects of legislation rav
orablo to the Islands nt the present
resslon of Congress.
"Happening to s.iy to Mr Sargent
that I wan trying to secure Informa
tion bearing upon the suggestions I
have made to the Commlttco wltn
reference to the, establishment ot a
Sales Kxhlbl and Oencrnl Informa
tion Bureau somewhere In tho Kust,
he evlncel the f,. cutest Interest, said
he believed that wo could not pos
sibly make n better move, and hoped
that, In addition to our other lines
of work, arrangements might bo
made whereby wo could also rcprc-
ront tho Hawaiian Hoard of Immigra
tion. All the machinery of his Hu
ron u. ho said, would be pla'ced at our
service, and he believed that If our
office were In New York City with a
branch in Chicago, that wc could bo
of distinct service In securing a dc
rlrable class ot Americans and for
eigners for Hawaii
dltW OF .J
Superintendent of Public .Vork
Campbell has received a letter from
Marsdcn Malison, Cj:., I'll. D., of San
Francisco, to whom plans ami aiiccl
flcntlons for tho completion ot tho
Nuuanu dam were sent some time ago
Mr. Manson, who has Just been
City Knglnecr for Snu Kranclsco
says In his letter that the plans mid
bpeclflcntlon for tho dam aru on exhi
bition In his o III ce In the Union Trust
building and qulto a number of con
tractors havo been In to sco them.
Whether or not any of them will bid
on the contract Is not stated,
Most of tho work being dono by tho
Works Department at present Is along
routine. Hues. The Kohnla court houso
Is being repaired, and will lu finished
In two or three weeks. Work 'of re
pairing tho Ulupalakua court houso
has been completed. Tho ropalring
of the liana court houso and the Jail
at the same place Is In progress, while
repairs to tho Illlo Jail havo been authorized.
Pianist Jo3cf Hofmann Is to give
scries of concerts In bay cities.
Kuhio Reports Much
Interest In Hawaii
Kdltor K'vonlng Bulletin:
Tho removal of many of tho House
committees to the new office building
ot the House of Representatives has
delayed tho general beginning ot
commlttco work. The Committee on
Territories, of which Mr. Hamilton Is
again the chairman, Is Just getting
settled In Its new quarters, and will
hold Its first regular meeting tomor
iow. At thnt time a beginning will
be made on my bills, and they will
bo pressed for hearings as rapidly us
possible, although Alaska mid Now
Mexico nre each demanding the first
time of tho Commlttco.
The Houso Commlttco on Immi
gration havo given us encourage
ment by their prompt action In fa vol
ubly reporting Col, Hepburn's bill
permitting Hawaii to socuro Euio-
penn Immigrants. Mr. Hayes ot Cal
ifornia supported the bill in commit
tee, and will call It up in the Houso
on behalf of the committee.
The fact that Col, Hepburn Intro
duced the bill gave it prestige In tho
Committee, and will undoubtedly
give it strength when It Is consid
ered in tho House. The value ot
having tho support of House leaders
for our measures is thus again mndo
I hnvo Introduced a bill (If. n.
11825) t establish a Fish Cultural
and Biological Stntlon In Hawaii, on
the same terms as were provided for
'the Oulf station in the Fisheries bill
of tho Fifty-ninth Congress; thnt bill
wns reported favorably but failed ot
passage, although carrying Items for
about twenty-five Stutcs. It s, of
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Say, Young Man,
Do you realize that your character is
judged by your personal appearance?
Don't clothe your body well and neg
lect your feet; you may lose out by
wearing shabby shoes.
Immense Stock of
was never so complete and up-to-date
as now. We havo embodied in onr
thoes nearly every leather known.
When passing by, stop and look
at the Leather Window Display.
Fort St. P. 0. Bos 4G9. Phone 282.
r. 0. Box 469. CO., ILtd. Phono 282
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