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jH?g?P ninoT. WfTI--' W Evening Bulletin '.fHONT Vtom San Francisco: Alaniciln Dec. For San Franciico: Korea Dec. 1 From Vancouver: Moan a Dec. IS "or Vanconver: Jih ..Dec. 8 3KT Stocks and bonds ran be adver tised to good advantage in the B U L LETIN, cither by sellers or buy ers, and the cost of an ad. is a Mitrhtv Small Commission 1 I l 3:30 EDITION Bu,let,n Advertisincc Is. profitable to Honolulu's Merchants the only reason worth while Tin i ifci li i Irtt n i ! t. ' "J ft - - -. , , ; .JBT "t. iAl : V i -- VOL. X. NO. 4171. HONOLULU GETS IT ; , ' 'i LOCAL FIRM BIDS LOWEST on DREDGING CABLEGRAM FROM WASHINGTON INDICATES THAT CONTRACT FOR DIGGING BIG SHIP CHANNEL PROJECTED AT PEARL HARBOR WILL GO TO HAWAIIAN DREDING COMPANY $3,560,- "Wc 000." successful, The above cablegram, re ceived by the Hawaiian Dred ging Company this morning from George Dillingham at Washington, indicates that the lowest bid for the dredging of Pearl Harbor has been made by the company. The dtcdKloK of Pea 1 1 llarlior Is tho largest Individual undertaking ov cr projected for til Ih Territory and tho fact that a local linn has plated j the suctcssful hid inectii with mil- vernal satisfaction hern. I. The terms of tho hid aic not known net prize, for the work in accordance, here. Whether tho eahlo means that with the plans and specifications mili um Hawaiian Dredging Company un- mltted with the bldduts. This ion dertakes the until ci dredging contract sldcis only the actual dredging, It for :t, 5(10, 000, or only agrees to do bring understood that tho hldder may tho dredging without thought to the waste all nmtcrlnl dredged out. lonscrvutlou of the matorlal dredged out, ran only bo detcinilned when mall advices concerning tho terms of the hiil arc received at tho local of- flrrs of tho company. Specifications of Work Tho apuciflcitttoi'a for' tho Pearl LOBBYING OFFICIALS HAVE nOOK OUT SPEAKER OF HOUSE H0LSTEIN CORRECTS FISHER AND SHOWS HOW LEGISLATURE MAY MEET MONEY TIGHTNESS BY CUTS IN APPROPRIATIONS IN UNEX PECTED QUARTERS II. I, llolstcln, tliu Speaker of tho lloure dining tho last session, and who Is more than likely to bo tho Speaker In tho coming session, this morning blow Into town In tho Alnunn Ixia on 11 Hying visit, leaving for his Kohnl.i home In tho Maimi Ken this noon, llolstcln was lather surprised at tho report of n probabln tlnanclal stringency confronting J.cglslatuie-, and ho expressed tho hi opinion on tho matter with exceed ing plainness. "In an edition of tho (l.inlto of Hie until of November," b.ild Hoi- stein, "appe.ini an editorial saying 'Tho legislature will meet an empty. treasury,' and It winds-up by saying I Holiday Neckwear Wc jrc ready for the Holiday Rush. Wc arc stocked up with the handsomest line of line tics and cravats ever made. I The wife's Christmas present of a tic to her husband is always appreciated and wc would like to see the man who would-not be proud to wear any one of the ties we show. You just cannot make mistake in selecting them. The Kash Co., LIMITED CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS. .Hill bar work call for tliu dredging of ! ship flinnncl, tlilrty-llvo feet In depth ill low-water mark and not lens .than (llM) feet wide, from tho slto of ttio Naval Station ami Kualiaual Isl and down tlic channel and across tho liar to ilccp water of tho upe'u sea. Tho approximate quantity of tho inatcilal to ho removed Ik 7,000,000 ruble ynrds. Tho total amount of worl. to ho dono shall, according to tho spei Mentions prepaid! hy tho lliiic.m of Yards and Docl.s, depend omcwhnt upon the price at wlilch Iliu contrait l let. Tho specifications aro bo worded that lonliactors aro allowed to dlvldo their bids Into Items. Item 1 Is tho Item 'i provides that tho hldderJ shall enter his hid in nc rordanco with the spirit of tho specifications hut ahull mnko ouch changes as ho may I desire, providing that nil of tho varl- Intlons from tho wording ofthe Bpect- (Continued on Peg t) -4 : that 'tho last l.cglslaluio npproprl ntcd $l!,fino for tho expenses of tho Seif.ito and spent less than $900(1 of It; and $.10,00(1 for tho expenses of tho House), and spent most of It. This was In iiildlilou to tho $.10,000 ap propriated by Congress.' Then It went on to quote whut Auditor Fish er had to say on tho subject of mak- Ing appropriations. Whether tho 111 tide was Inspired by Auditor Kl sli er Is not for mo to verify. It ap' pcared In tho Advertiser and flazctto mid I want to say that whatever blatherskite wrote tho article did not knovv what ho was talking about. Tho samo may bo claimed of Auditor (Continued on Page 5) 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1008. 10 PAGES. REPUBLICANS MAY ASK FORJECOUNT Still Chance That Lane May Be Mayor Of Honolulu - J Definite confirmation of tho fact thnt,n recount of tho oto cast for Mayor of Honolulu Is still quite pos sible wus hud this morning, when Chairman Atkinson of tho Hepubll can Central Committee, In answer to a question about tho matter, stated that tho committee was Investigating certain reports which had been brought to Its attention, and that, In ciiHo It should bo found that theso reports wcro creditable, a recount would bo asked fur, "Vou know what our attitude was," s.ild Atkinson. "I was satis fied, and I.ano was satisfied, and wo wcro willing to abide with the result. However, since tho election n num ber of reports have romo to us about alleged irregularities, and wo aro now having these. Investigated. "Wo have employed a man to mnko u thoioiigh Investigation jf nil the cases reported. Ho has been In structed to niako an absolutely Im partial Investigation, and to loport tho result to us as ho actually finds It. Ho will bo paid tho same vvliuthcr tho result Is In our favor or not. "So far wo have Investigated soma rases, and have found that stato ments and atndavltu have ben llkn cluiiT before tho wind. Wo will howiivcr, linvo everything Investigat ed thoroughly, and then, when wo have Mulshed, If wo II nd Hint wo Uinvo fr'cally something on which wo can with perfect good faith baso n petition for a recount, then wo will ask for It. On the other hand, wo will not ask for a recount unless wo have good grounds on which to baso such action." DOCTOR'S BOAT DEAD Tho Marlm Ilonpltal Service launch, which Is Hied to placo tho quarantine physician on board Incoming vessels, Is temporarily out of commission. Tho engine has been acting budly for some time mid this morning It went out of business entirely. In consequence, tho Mai Inn Hospital Service had to call upon tho Customs oftlcluls for assist ance and tho doctor was placed on board the Asia from tho Watorwltch. Tho quarantine officials say that their launch Is an antiquated nffalr and should bo replaced by something moro nearly up-to-dutc. A Dulck automobile belonging to .lark llelser met with a sad end to its career last evening by beiiig burned on tho Wnlklkl road. Tho nmchlno had boon laid up for repairs In tho Young Earugu for sumo time past, and last night soma of tho employes took It nut lor u trial spin. On tho Walkikl road tho niachlnn becanio balky, and tho men got out nnd begun cranking It. While they wcro tinkering with tho auto something went wrong. An ex plosion followed and In a twinkling (ho auto was enveloped In flames which rulnod It. mm"'For Sale" cards at Bulletin. K If You Are a HOUSEHOLDER, you may awake some morning to find a handsome door or window ruined; or Return from an evening out to find money and jewels missing. A policy in the PACIFIC COAST CASUALTY COM PANY will protect you. The cost is nominal. Hawaiian Trust Co.Ltd. 023 FORT ST. They Cable Advice Oh Site Case Castle & Wlthlnglon liavo re- (eivrd the following cablegram in regard to the site matter from llrltton & (Iray, a proml- ncnt law linn nt Washington: Cannot 4 exchange without consent Congress. Should be protested against. Comiiiuul- fr ty generally supporting Chnm- tier of Commerce and Mcr- chants' AsMielntlon. Cable 111I- vices. Department will reeoni- mend excliango to Congress un- au inimiiunltj's dissatisfaction demonstrated. NEW CUSTOMS BADGES Tho new badges, prescribed for cus toms Inspectors, have been Issued In local officials. The badge Is very handsome and looks particularly neat on thti blue coats of the Inspectors. It Is gold plated and round In shape, be ing nrnainen.cd with a shield sur mounted by Mn,eaKibaucl thowords MI fir Cut,nis,JlJefiiltyr ColU-ctbr." m tu m EXECUTIVE-CONTROLS, M THE COURTS Castle & Wlthlngton cabled to "Washington yestorday aft- cinixm. to learn tho details of the decision of tho Supremo Court In tho I.lllha street case. A reply was received, tho gist of which was that tho Kxecutlvo had authority In cases such ns tho 0110 In question. Tho courts have no control. Members of the Hawaiian llnglneer Ing Association cn pay their dues to the financial secretary at Hvenlng Bulletin any day between 12 and 1. Get your name on the list for an automatic telephone. All subscribers will be taken care of. First on the list will tret the first phones. Call at office at Waterhouse Trust Co, Tho will or tho lato Prlnco David Kawunanakoa was admitted to pro bate this afternoon by Juclgo Do Holt. This came us a natural sequence of (he filing of tint compromise papers. Get Rick Quick by having soraeone,elie do the drud gery. No use going yourself when one of our boys will go quicker and give you time to make money. TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE. Phone 361, Fine Meals Prompt Service Alexander Young Cafe Wicker Chairs, Rookers, and Tables NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED. J. Hopp te Co., ' , (LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.) j i LILIHA PEOPLE . NOT SATISFIED Object To Manner In Which Hemenway Worked The IJIIhn street people who lost by tho recent decision of tho Supreme Court of tho United States are. to a certain extent, up In arms, feeling that they have not been given nn altogether square deal In their representation Tho trouble appears to be that they object to tho way Attorney (Icnornt Hemenway took hold of the case, which had been fought out in the local courts by former Attorney (Jcncral K. C. Peters. When Peters loft the Attorney (len c'ral's department, tint I.lllha casn was just begun, and, by permission, accord ing lo Peters, he represented tint l.lll tin oople in tho fight heroic the local Circuit and Supremo Courts. Peters states that tho first Intimation that ho hyl that Hemenway Intended to take tho matter Into Ills hn'nds was when he heard Hint tho present Attor ney General was lnisy,,on a brief on the matter in Washington. Wlthlngton, It nppours, asked that tho case bo advanced on tho Supremo Court culendnr, and to this Ucmunwny agreed, providing ho was given time to prnpare his brief. Then when tho decision of tho Supremo Court wan learned, It was discovered that tho case had been decided on n minor question, ono that had been given but llttlo attention In tho local courts. It uppears to bo tho general senti ment that llenienwy-mnttc.,n mistake In when no took hold or the caso In Washington without giving Peters an npiiortiiulty to collaborate with him or make him acquainted with a num ber of ImiKirtant details. POLICE ASKED TO ARRESTJURDERER .Sheriff laukea has received from tho Chief of Police of Sacramento a des cription of a Jin:iw who Is wanted for murder, who Is expected to bo coming this wayv Accompunjlng It Is the following letter: "Inclored find n description of Akl-(-111 Murakami, whom wo want on a murder charge, and t think that ho may gi to your Islands. This man ihot and killed Yosu Itow nnd serious ly wounded Mrs. Tama How at Wal nut drove In our county on tho morn ing of November 11th, 1908. Tho .Jap anese of Walnut (Irovo gavo this man Murakami a farewell banquet three nights before ho committed this mur der, as ho told them that he was going Hack to Japan. Ho Is Just as liable to stop In our section of tho country us anywnero else, so I cncloso you a photograph and his description." REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Entered for Record Nov, 30, 1908, Ktikuna lonn (w) to Mrs. Alice V Metcalf D K Matsumoto to I-ewers & Cooko Ltd M ChcoTong Yow to (In Kin 1)3 Est of tl I Illshop by Trs to Joseph V Mendonca) D .1 I' Mcndoucn and wf to C flolto ...I) John K Hunker and wf to W T Hob- I n son ) Alolau and wf lo 7. S Hpaldlng I) Island Fruits as Holiday Gifts Why not? Can you conceive of anything nioer to send your relatives or friends for the holidays! Leave your order with us and it will have prompt and careful attention. Island Fruit Co., S. KING. PHONE 15. 72 Pearl Harbor Dredging Bids Opened And Hawaii Dredge Lowest WASHINOT0N, D. C, Dec. 1.- Bids for the dredging of the Pearl Harbor channel were opened today at the Navy Department, nnd the Ha waiian Dredging Company of Honolulu was found to have made, the lowest figure of the six bidden, which included two Honolulu concerns and four mainland companies. The figure put in by the Hawaiian Dredging Company was $3,5G0, 000. The highest figure was $5,231,349. The contract calls for the removal of 5,017,000 ynrds of earth from the channel leadine to the Pearl Harbor Naval Station. This channel is to be GOO feet wide and 32 feet deep. The contract must be completed in three years BIGGY WAS SUICIDE ACCORDING TO KEIL SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 1. The body of Chief of Police Biggy, who waa drowned last night while crossing the harbor in the police boat, has not been recovered. Commissioner Keil in explaining Bicgy's disappearance, sajs that I the Chief was despondent over the investigation of his incompetency in the Hai suicide matter. He claimed tne newspapers were nounuing him. Commissioner Cutler has been made Chief of Police. DAN KEEFE BECOMES IMMIGRATION COMWiSS'NER WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. 1. Daniel Kecfe, of the Longshoreman's Union, has been appointed Commissioner of Immigration to succeed the late Frank P. Sargent. Now Secretary of Navy WASHINGTON, D. C Dec. 1. Former Assistant Secretary of the Navy Trucman Hanry Newberry was today sworn in ns the successor to ' Secretary Metcalf, who retired from office by resignation. , i DORANDO NEW YORK, N. Y Dec. 1. Dorando. the Italian Marathon run ner, has been matched to run a race with Longboat, the Indian long-distance runner. i mmm m HAYTIAN REBELS ADVANCING , PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, Dec. 1. The rebels arc advancing on the capital. i i BRITT HAS SIGNED IIP LONDON, England, Dec. 1. Britt and Summers signed up today to fight Feb. 22 for a $5000. purse. r Chief A Patent dress shoe made with a feather-weight, flexi ble sole and innersoles This gives the shoe that comfortable feeling that wo like so much in our old shoes. They arc made by one of the best factories leathers by skilled, experienced workmen. Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd. 1051 Fort Street Phone 282 TRICE 5 CENTS. MATCHED from selected ssa i f$Litu-& -Jfame . U4iM ,tlU L-r f ju ..liifri.iMU.JaK'