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f tw i rt ri c: n ;ir, " ' B"""'i ' " aSSET ' K 1."7T7AJTm. Mttt t . ntifiitxin - J M AAnfilt11u 'XHf auuujjoa wiu Li I p-owth of your business are brougnt M nuout as a result 01 roou bw., r- if From Vancouver: M "Am T -1-1- 1 M-i ii V- , m W m A mt A M.ikimi Jnn, 8 eu uy goou aaverusuiR. . -il Advertising in tne nuiiew i, -GOOD advertising either daily or l u; if a". For Vancouver: ' The list of merchant winners for holiday trade is a iist of Bulletin patrons A'"""gl ' '..!) tsLri IOIN wivrvijr VOL. X. NO, 4190. 10 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 180810 PAGES. j. n wki Mbi nj 'i f j-cr witn " ' iv" sn wu n i .t..iiln'.ina t;pwuj . ti iww-t-r.i 1 1. wtrr J .atiiawmi-rai rcri - . ij?rflarr' t ' " '-j k -r- i k -,- r j l, ii ii.ii i in i n irm f u .ir ah . -ii c'..i c rw i- - feTIN 'Si t li i I i ii ir( lltfwl M. I "5 1M . . Kti" -o .1 FERN Two Lawyers Figure In Alleged Graft Of Iwilei Expose Two prominent attorneys of this cltj luio Ik. 1 11 mentioned ti connec Hun llli the stor) or tho "Twelve Hull ir-Cluh" In tho Hill lot I n of )eB lenliiy. That (Iranil lur) InxcAtlga '.Ions will follow :w tlio aftermath of the lucstlg.iHns that United States District Attorney llici linns has been rairylug on foi sinei.il mouths imhI In tlio Isol slno Ira III e business, Is now almost rot tin It In stated that, to socuio Imriunlt) x Irnm uriest during the hIiij (r tliu At liinllc I'ket uiiil pi e Ions to IIiIr time I. a will, u laigo mini of mono, up to) $10011 in mote was collected iiiiioiik the Inmates or f wild, and was ottered !o number of well Known licrs if llnj would "iiko Hull Inlliienco" wltli the pollio to li.no nn and nil piuse ' ciillon sloppid. The mom w.iHpildl the l.iwjeiH Tlio I)eiartment of .lust Ice, of which lliickons Is the toe.il head, feels Hint matteiK of prostitution are local in na ture nml should he left to tho Tirrl toilal nutliorltlei, ecot while tliu business lenults In peonage Impoita Hon of women for tho piiiposo, harbor ing new arrhals for Immoral purposes, or salea of women When ati) thing of Judge Dole Officially Sanctions An "Affinity" ''Some people marry under a mistake and find their aflini- ties afterwards. They are car- ried away by their feelings. This is not a real defect it is a mere defect of will power." Judge Dole. Afllnltles, so-tnlleil, have como to Honolulu, and hate been olllclally rec nKiilnil ns such, lu the case of Joe Kulau and i:mmcllno Peter, who were arrested on a charge of lolat liiK the IMmunds Act, which enmo up to bo set for trial this morning. Judge Dole made the nlicno stiitemput when lie put the delinquents on piobatlou foi good-conduct. When the case was called by Cleric Deis In court this inuinliig, Attorney W C Achl made a sthrlng appeal foi the dlsmlbsal of the chargo iiKaliiKt the two, and risked that ac tion against them bo discontinued. rfltTiJirrtin" Ctwiird CUJ, Cyif x ixL' avH. W P"9f wJPl vkH ipjfl-Ak kP vk rl-(-aiil'v-n fl T-f -- thin sort crops up, the Department of Justice takes u hand. Consequently, It Is not certain whether the Investigation In the mat ter of tho polio protection will lie tnk in up by the Federal or Territorial (Iratiit Jur. The fact lemulns that the names o ft wo of tho well known at torney of the clt hae hi in men tloueil, ami Hint the minutest kind of in ImcstlKutlon Is liouiul to follow. Isol In linUiiK trouble. xecurliiK nil attorney to lopnsciit him In the cases, which were net for trial liy JiiiIro Dole this niornliiK foi January 11th. In Lome of the piellnilnni hcarltiRb Chailes ChllliiiKwortli lepiosented Isol and Chlse, but lie lum wlthilritWM Irom Hie t.mea rrank Thoiipson may be Hicinul to defend the Juo as Isol consulted wjtli lilm this miir-lnt,'. PINE COMPANY GETS LAND. Two bundled acres of land liao been leased to tho Wablawa Consul! dated Pineapple Cinnpanj by tho Will nlua Agricultural Coinpiny for term of ten ears. The annual rental of the Inuil, wldeli Is situated at Wahluwa, Is J2000. lie stated Hint they hail been mar ried, and were fully lesolveil to do what was light lu the future. Assistant U. S. District Attorney Rawlins then placed some Interesting facts befoio Ills Honor, showing how, cmii nfter tho couple had been called before lilm and warned, they contin ued In tho offense for which they stood dim Red Ho theTefore mailo a motion to net tho case for trial. He Informed tho Court that Kalau had Kept his paramour In the same house with his wife, until tlio latter start ed illoree proceedings. Then It was thnt Judge Dolo an nounced his belief In and gave his iifllcl.il sanction to "nmnttles " Thero iWiis lonsblerable stir In tho court- loom when tlio announcement was made, and Deputy U, S. Attorney Haw litis muttered In a stage whisper that tho lung on of tho prosecution would wntch tho couple closely for considerable time to colno. Benjamin Clothes arc recognized everywhere as the STANDARD of ELE GANCE and REFINEMENT in MEN'S CLOTHING. They are tailored in the lat est New York fashions, but never FLASHY or OVER DRAWN distinctly and de cidedly GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES Sold by MUST Fern Made Several Changes Mii) r Tern this afternoon lllul a list of his apK)lutmcnts with the Comity Clerk ami Auditor, us profiled b) law The official IIhI -f differs In some particulars from tho oho Kimii gao out this morn- lug, and bonio of these differences f are qulto slgnlllcant. Assistant Tiro Chief Dcerlng Is 4- retained. f N. 1'. Jncobsen Is retained ns collector of tho (larbngu Doinrt- nicnt. f V. II Prlel Is appointed a rmd -f luua, ke Ch is Claik, who was named on the original list. f John Mnrsball Is appointed dj- 4 f nnmoman nt tho electric light sti -f f Hon, vlco ChnB. r. Sackwttz, w.io f was llrst iiameil. -f Italian Sufferers Get $2800 The sum of twentj eight liundird dollars, collected In subscriptions up till II o'clock this forenoon, has li?"n cabled to the relief of tliu Hiirfoicr f I om tho eurthiiuaku and tidal wao lu Southern Italj by Italian Consul Pchaeftr. The call for financial nsslstunco which was Issued )esterda), met v.ltli prompt response. Of tho sum men tioned aboo JUOO Wa contitbuted b) tho firms of Alexander &. Uatdwlu Cas tle & Cooke and Hackfeld'Co, which contributed $300 each. Among tho oth er contributors ladles were cnecl.illy prominent, tho call of tho suffeiei I ap pealing cspdclall) strongly to tho gen tler sex. Since tho amount was sent awn) by tho Consul, const leinblo money has i cached lilm, which will w sent away later. On the whole It seems ns If Honolulu's answer to tho call of dlsfiess will be a very rub stautlal ono. SUGAR SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 31, SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s. Par ity, 4.11 cents. Previous quotation, 10s. 3d. - -rm f3jr DULLtTIN AD3 PAY Security for your valuables, papers, jewelry, etc., in one of our SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES 50c A MONTH ?5.00 A YEAR Supervisors To Fight Appointments By Fern QUESTION OF HOW FAR HIS POWER TO APPOINT GOES WILL BE BROUGHT BEFORE THE COURTS BY REPUBLICAN MA JORITY, UNLESS THE MAYOR CHAN0ES HIS TACTICS "I think that Tern has opened his mouth too wide. and. Ilko man) peo ple who open their mouths too wide, he nmj find It dlllliult to close It again." The above Is the opinion which A. P. Jiidd of the Iti imhllcnn County 1 Committee expressed In regard to the Kern appointments, and It expresses I tho general sentiment as heard on j tlio street today. It Is the general loplnlon Hint Kern by his sweeping ,11st of appointments bus laid himself open to u stteuuutiii nttnclc on ino , part of tho great Republican mnir- It) on the Hoard of Supervisors, which may result In his losing the majority of Ills Democratic appoint ments, whereas he might, by the ex ercise of somo discretion nud by con sultation with the members of the Hoard, hnve effected n compromise which would hue been isatlsfactory to nil parties, and which would have prevented legal complications. That the question of how far the RECOMMENDS LIGHT FOR PAWELA POINT Lighthouse Inspector Is Back From Trip To Maui If the recommendation of l.lcut. Comdr. Moses, lighthouse Inspector for this district, Is approved, there will soon be a llghthouso at l'awela, on tho north coast of Maul between I'urluwa and Maleko, This light, In conjunction with tho new one Just lighted at Nakalelu, will furnish a cmplete safegard to Knliulul Hay and will do awny with tho monttco of Spartan reef, whero the American ship Spartan was wrecked In 1905. Commander Mosos returned this (Continued on Page 2) MANY THANKS We have had a most successful year. Heres the reason: we adver tise for the business, in the first place; then, when we secure it, we par strict attention to the little de tails of the orders entrusted to ui. These things will win out in business every time. Island Fruit Co., FRUIT SPECIALISTS New Year Dinner Friday, from 5:30 till 8 75c AND $1.00 at the ALEXANDER Y0UNO CAFE appointing power of the Mayor goes will eventunll) have to be decided by tliu courts, now seems absolutely cer ttlli, though the fact that such n step may hae to be taken Is being deplor ed by tho Republican leaders, who state that the) would lather have tho Republican majority work In har mon with the Mn)or for the best In terests of tho public. However, after tho turn which tho matter has now taken. It Is certain that the Republican majority will assert Itself, and that, unless Kern conies to soma understanding with them, n fight will be made. The Re publican Supervisors have been cau cusing considerably lately, and while they hno agreed to keep tho course which they Intend to purBUo secret at present, It Is well understood that they will fight If Kern tries to carry through his list of appointments. Their opposition will be based mainly on two legal points, both of which (Continued on Page ,8) JARRETT ARRANGES POLICEWATCHES Patrolmen Will Work In Shifts Of Eight Hours Sheriff elect Jnrrett luu been mak ing airaiuements for tho opening of his administration which begins next Monday. Tho patrol force has thus been divided Into tho following watches: , riRST WATCH. Captain, Wm, l'unohu. Sergeant, P. K. Ohtilenul. Receiving Station Clerk, James K. Olds. IMcjclo Officers, L Parish, Abraham Kawulhoa. Patrolmen D. R Haiimca, M. L Ma Una, M. J. Monlz, J. W. Hiimeku. Chas. A. Wills, D. Kcawo. Turnkey, J. h, Kern. SECOND WATCH. Captain, D. I,. Kahaleauhu. Sergeant, N. T, Nellscn. Receiving Station Clerk, D. Kamahu. Dlcyclo Ofllccrs, Alexander H, Auld, A. Kahaawanul. Patrolmen, deo Kealohupauolo, John Thomas, M. Puahl, K. K. Hathburn, Geo. Namokuuha, P. Knue. Turnkey, Albert Kauwv. THIRD WATCH. Captain, C. H. Ilaker. Sergeant, II, N. Knhalepunn. (Continued on Page 5) END THE YEAR AS YOU BEGAN IT BY PATRONIZING US. TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE, Phone 361 PRICE 5 CEMTi. '? FIGHT BURTON WINS OHIO SlNATOmSHIP, FLEET SUPPLIES GO TO MESSINA NEW YORK, N. Y Dec. 31. Half a million dollars' worth of sup plies that were assembled here for the Battleship Fleet will be sent im mediat:ly to the sufferers at Messina. 25,000 NEEDED FOR THE RESCUE ROME, Italy, Dec. 31.The record of deaths from the great Sicily, disaster is still incomplete, but added information only increases the hor ror of it. The dead number 12,000 at Bagnara and 10,000 at Palmi. It is believed that a full regiment of soldiers was drowned at Palmi. The bodies of 300 soldiers have already been recovered. Fully 25,000 soldiers will be required to police the devastated dis tricts and extricate the dead and wounded from the ruins. ' Starvation and pestilence are feared by the King and Queen. At Reggio the survivors state that the heavens were illuminated'be. fore the shocks of earthquake were experienced. This indioatee volcanio action and lava flows, ' i m f RECORD FLYING LEMANS, France, 'Dec. 31. Wilbur Wright made a flight with hit airship today of two hours and nine minutes. i m At 1 p. m. today the fund for the Italian sufferers overreached $3 . 500 00, and at 11 a. m., $2,800.00 had been cabled to Rome via San Fran., "" p. A. SCHAEFER. A New Lot of Heywood Bunion Shoes JUST IN. Price $5.00 AY nnTtTMRHR Olii'n Tien HI Thir: , , "W election of Congressman Burton 'osj UnitcJ States Senator from Ohio is -1 assured. " Jj This was brourrht about today by-j the withdrawal of Sciyitor ForakerW . -, T, m ,. r, . ,, '.!s liiuirics jr. mil, cx-uovcrnor nurris, ami Congressman Kclfcr. This leavei a clear field to Burton, f lit X Wicker Chairs, Rockers, and Tables NEW LOT JDST RECEIVED. J. Hopp & Co., (LEWERS & COOKE BLDQ.) Hawaiian Trust Co. LIMITED 023 FORT ST. The Kash Co., Ltd., Cornei1 of Fort and Hotel Sts. MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., Ltd., 1051 FORT ST. ixk j. v. tiftC. r 4WV ,, MtMMM) ,ci-.. VJ 'I. JO"!? T.