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For 8in Francisco:
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THE EVENING BULLETIN
S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, 1906.
Thla vote ti good for three weeks
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EVERY ISSUE SUPPLIES THE REASON
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Vol. XVIII No 31113
IP PAGES HONOLULU, TKKKITORT OF HAWAII. WKDNKSDAT FKRUUA.'RY 21, 190IS-1O PAGES
Phiob 6 Gents
Congressman , Grosvenor Fails
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OF ALL WAIKIKI
The most elaborato anil coroprohcn
alvo iicheme for Improving the low ly
ing Walklkl marshes ever presented to
the people of this city has been com
lilctril by President Plnkham of tho
Hoard or Health.
He has been at 'work on It for
months and the detailed plan with Its
maps, estimates and explanation was
presented to the Doard of Health this
Itrlcfly put, the plan of Mr. Plnkham
comprehends converting tho wholo
umrxli district irom the Junction of
Kalafcaua Avenue and King street
through to and Including the sur
roundings of Kaplolanl Park Into a
modern and sanitary rcsldenco district.
Tills ho accomplishes, not by bringing
onrlh from the hills as has been fre-
clear by the tide waters of tho sea,
The earth taken from this excavation
Usufuclent to do all tho nillng re-
fluently proposed, nirougn mis marsi j .n c.u.uic,y n..-ry, D.u- j,from wnlch tllov carao nro M follows:
district ho constructs a broad and 4- tlful and unique dlstr ct. One M, E M K Qntarloj Miss II.
deep lagoon which has entrances to thatNwIII add Immensely to the Bro SaIen). MM E Cros,on. Tho
the sea near the John Una road arid by ,4- reputation of Honolulu at home 4- nlln mi a Mn.tli.nn i-..Minn,t-
Thus It Is that the present lnnn.nl-. approval, to by resolution direct
IfJI lVJiTn'Srth'iiSh Ti'EE't ? ma."'S b." i'S Jir,02 !"
tlvo with Its own earth, which Is for- Superintendent of Publle Works,
tile enough and clean enough when
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$J ,hiS. m.r
ILP ?Jhf 'Z'.0
enno so far as t
of tho street!, tho form of macadam,
tho system of lighting and all thoso
little ilPtallt which go to mako up a lhe opportunltlet Nature and art
finished project. , , pretent to become dlttlngulthed 4-
Host or all, the scheme-Is entirely , healthful, sanitary and beau-
Pfje'ic,?'' , v , . . , ... , tlful city, If It depends on the
Mr. rinkham's statement of tho plan c,prce of ,ndvdul ownert In
follows: establishing the character of and
Honolulu, February 21, 1906. " itrecU district. 4
To the Members oi tho Hoard of Under iueh crcurn,Uncet no 4
Health. ... . .. artistic or harmonlout plan of a
Section 102S Revised Laws of tho flrt d,trct be conceived 4
Torrltory of Hawaii reads as follows, or exeeuted, 4.
nnd U mandatory: ... I Even the public sanitary and 4-
"Whenever In the opinion of tho A ,n .k.. ,,i,ii- ,,tiiin.. k. 4.
Ili.nbl . tl.al.W an.. ,nn, n Mn.nnl Mt
land situated In lhe District of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahtt. shall bo deleter
lotu to tho public health In conse
quence of being low, and at times cov
ered or partly covered by water, or of
being situated between high and low
water mark, or of being Improperly
drained, or Incapable by reasonablo
expenditure of effectual drainage, or
for other reason In an unsanitary or
dangerous condition. It shall be the
duty of the Board of Health to report
uch fact to the Superintendent of
Public Works together with a brief
recommendation of tho operation
deenfed advisable to tmprovo such
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4- The President of the Board of 4
4- Health, after months of ttudy
4 and Investigation, asserts the
4 Walklkl dlttruct under consider-
4- atlon Is at the present time "De- 4-
leterlout to the public health" 4
"It low, covered and partly cov-
v ercd with water
It not drained 4 -
The Kash Company Ltd.
at all "Is Incapable of effectual
4- drainage'' and Is "In an unsan-
Itary and dangerous condition."
He further claims that, at this
particular land It encroached up-
on, It will become an Intense
and constant menace to the
hcaltn and every otner sound
Interest of the city of Honolulu.
He further claims this district
It Incapable of reclamation by
any expenditure within the meant
of private ownert.
The president of the Board of
Health recommends that the Gov-
eminent, by Itt right of eminent
domain, shall In an equitable and
Just manner acquire such owner- 4
4 ship and rights In said district as 4-
shall enable It to transform It In- J
consider the facts and argument
4- he herewith placea before you,
and, should they meet with your
IJ: -" 'y ,T' , . .u 1
t lhe Boar ' 8"Prvl'r ' tne
Coun,y of hu- t
4. at (he dw directs, and before 4-
4. , 4.
u ,uv ..n t.L- .H.nt.n. of
I . ." . ..
4 mere makeshifts.
In the long run publle and e
4 private economy Is Impossible.
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Map "A" shows within tho shaded
lines In tho Walklkl District 687 acres
(Continued on Page" 9.)
I iiooa rurniiure
jl Largest Stock In the City
).' from which to make selections.
I J. Hoop & Co.
v "Old Reliable Furniture House." j
r. Y O U N a BUILDING. K
are tailored from the choicest fabrics'
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
clotht are uted which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never,before have wo been able to
shjw such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
extremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Tills will bo kept 4- and abroad. 4 .... K M.h ,. nrt. ..... p. pr..
ilu OF OH
m ON 10!
They Ar;e SicOn Way,
And Are Pleased
PEOPLE OF IMPORTANCE
ARE AMONG PASSENGERS
THE BROTHER OF FAMOUS LORD
KITCHENER IS ON HIS
WAY TO THE ENG
Curiosity of Honolulu people will be
satisfied now, for the Oregon girls have
arrived. They came In today on the
S. S. Sonoma, with more than 30 other
passengers for Honolulu.
Tho young ladles had an experience
on their voyage that they will never
forget for nearly all of them were sea
sick. They represent various positions
ttiA etnln tin. I iirAf a 1 a1 I oti t wt (n HP,
r(yo here hclr namcs an(1 the t0wna
, Portland- Ml' t Proelmtel iji
'arand: Miss n. Courtemanche. Mu-
,Mnnvi0, nnd MUl F. Hearnen. Van-
4 - ; couvor Washington Mrs W T
t'Wcathcrrcd accompanies the' young aj
dies n tho capacity of matron. '
1 It was lnteaded at first for tho young
women to return In two weeks, but It
' POMlblo fey will not go until March
13, when tho Elcrra departs for San
Among the passengers of the Sono
ma are lerend, who nro Important pev
pie In their respective lines of busi
ness. Of these Is Dr. T? F. Dunblll. of Lon
don. He Is going to Australia In the
Interests of the Hoynl Academy. Dr.
Kmlly Noble of San Francisco, will
remain In Honolulu to gather fall's
lore among the natives for publication.
Sho Is a prominent woman and baa
performed various public services,
among vhlcli was the establishment of
a hospital In India.
Mr. und Mrs. 12. P. Lansing of Now
York come to Honolulu to have a vaca
tion. Mr. Lansing Is prominent In tho
wool business In New York city.
George II. Shafer, of Fort Madison,
Iowa, a wholesale druggist of that city,
enmo to seo Honolulu and to spend a
few weeks. In recreation.
Col. C. Kltchner, brother of Lord
Kltchuer of Doer War fame. It also a
passenger on the Sonoma. Ha Is (go
ing to Now Zealand.
Miss M. II. Kraut, who wrote the
biography of General Low Wallace, Is
one of tho passengera who are going
to Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. J. Dwyer and
their son, are also going to Sydney.
Mr. Dwyer Is a member of a ttovo
manufacturing firm of Detroit
I T. Edward Wilder, of Chicago, Is
one of those who will visit for a time
' In Honolulu. He la the senior member
of tbe firm of Wilder & Co., and It
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'t tetected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Ala
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King 8L '
la assured when valuables are deposit,
ed In a box In our safe deposit vault.
The cost Is only
S5 PER YEAR
and upwards andhlt nominal outlay
may be the cause of saving you hun
dreds of dollars and the lost of valu
able documents, which when once de
stroyed cannot be replaced. .
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Uonnlnlu
Is Cause Of
FINAL REPORT BY FEDERAL GRAND JURY
The Federal Grand Jury this fore
noon filed Its final report and received
Its discharge from Judge Dole. After
making the preliminary formal state
ments the report shows tho list of the
eleven Indictments it found, all of
which had already been reported, and
went on to make its recommendations
This Orand Jury, after careful In
vestigation cannot but condemn the
present mothnd and Infrcquency of the
postal Inspections In this Territory.
From the fact that further defalca
tions have occurred since tho report
nnd recommendations of the Federal
Grand Jury held In April A. D. 1905, It
becomes tho duty of this Orand Jury
to recommend In as forcible a manner
as possible the necessity of a moro fre
quent and thorough audit of postal
money order offices.
It appears that the custom has been
to endeavor to audit tho various offices
at least once annually, although In
some cases two and three years have
passed by without examination of the
accounts. In special cases moro fre
quent examinations hare occurred af
ter attention Has oeen caiica to pos
It Is apparently Impossible for the
work to be properly dona by one man,
and In order that the same may be
man of public prominence In Chicago.
He Is a director of the Chicago Com
mercial Association, He It accom
panied by his ton. '
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miles, accom
panied by Miss Edna Loggle, are
among the tourists to Honolulu. Mr.
Miles Is In the life Insurance business
In San Francisco.
Other tourists are J, E. Frost nnd
son, of Topekn, Kansas, and Mrs. A.
M, Dodge and Miss Dames, tho latter
two are of New York.
In tomorrow's parade the following
No. 1. Tally-llo drawn by eight
black horses with six pa-u outriders.
No. 2. Duck Skin Tandem.
No. 3. Team and Trap.
No. 4. Tally-Ho carrying Oregon
Girls drawn by atx horses.
No. 5. Trap with spike team two
bay with black leador.
No. 6. Fhacton with double team or
No. 7. Trap with bay tandem.
No. 8. Tally-Ho carrying Kameha
meha Girls drawn by eight whlti
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OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED I860
In the recent insurance investigation
no company passed a better ex
amination than the GERMANIA
LIFE. All approved forms of in
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.
, MANAGERS, TERR, OF HAWAII
mora efficient and conducted In a bus-Incss-llko
manner, wo recommend that
assistance bo furnished to the Inspect
or in Charge.
In many cases tho Income from,
money order offices Is too small for
the occupant to depend wholly upon,
consequently tho position Is given to
those who aro engaged In other lines
When defalcation occunr. It Is eith
er rendo good by tho bondsmen, or at
tho expenso of the creditors of the office-holder,
as the United States Gov
ernment Is a preferred crdlton
We consider that the community
should bo protected as far aa possible
against defalcation, nnd wo are of tho
opinion that a moro frequent examina
tion of tho books would have the do
sired effect, and go .n long ways to
wards preventing tho using of public
funds for personal use.
Wo trust that a moro effective audit
system may soon be established In this
Territory for tho protection of tho
community at large, as well at thote
holding responsible positions:
After asking District Attorney
Ilreckons If further attendance on the
part of tbe Grand Jury was necessary,
and on receiving a negatlvo answer,
Judgo Dole discharged tho Jurors,
thanking them, for" the services they
had rendered. '
No. 9. lllsck Tandem.
No. 10. Four horse Carry-all.
No. 11. Team and 8urrey,
No. 12. Double Team and Duggy.
No. 13. Road Cart one horte.
Kaahumanu 8chool 1. Pony 'Car
riage with tableau. George and Martha
Washington. 2. Uncle Sam. 3. Army
nnd Nary Tableau. 4. Goddess of
Liberty and Hawaii personified.
Kalulanl School. Tableau repre
senting School occupations, literary
Royal School. Tableau, our cosmo
politan population with decorations
consisting of flags of many nations.
Hoard of Health,
Honolulu Fire Department. One
Hose Cart, Two Chemical, Three I loo it
W. M. Glffard Is quoted to tho effect
that the plantations for which W. G.
Irwin & Co, are agents will take 1200
S.-B. Kingsbury hat otened law of
fices In the Doston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telephone Main 192.
The Metropolitan Meat Co. will closo
Ita markets at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning. t "
Hanr Waterhouss Trait Co,, Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers.
Of fleet:. Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
OHIO LEADER IS
DEFEATED AT HOME
LANCASTER, Ohio, 'Feb. 21 After a sharp contest In the Republican
Congressional convention held here today, Alfred Douglas, wa. nominated
over Congret.man Qrosvener,
The Oregon Express
REDDINO, Cal., Feb. 21. The Oregon express was wrecked here today
by a landslide near Delta. Engineer Freel and J. T. Keller, a printer, were
MANILA, Feb. 21. General Leonard Wood; I. going to Mindanao on a
tour of Inspection.
SIXTEEN KILLED IN MINE.
PUEBLO, Colo., Feb. 21. An explosion today In theMaltland mine
killed alxteen men. It wat cauted by an open lamp. .; ,
AMERICAN COLLEGE BURNED.
' CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. 21. The American College at'Xlhtab, Ada
Minor, hat been burned.
., ' NINETEEN FRENCH BI8HOP3.
ROME, Feb. 21. The Pope has
The steamer Sonoma from San Francisco docked at 2:15 this afternoon.
Hawaii's Champion .
Yacht Will Be
Given Great Send-Off
LA PALOMA LEAVES APRIL 7
There's a great day coming for tho
yachtsmen and, Incidentally, Hawaii,
is receiving an Immense amount ot
advertising through tho big yacht
race planned 'between San Francisco
and this port. I
Last evening tho officers of the Ha
waii Yacht Club held a meeting and
talked over tho coming event and
planned a program of delights prelim
inary to tho coming of tho yachts.
La l'aloma, Clarence Macfarlane'a
yacht, which Is to rnco the mainland
boats from 'Frisco down, will probably
leave Honolulu on April 7, Sho will
taku about thrco weeks on tho voyage
up. Macfarlano will himself go up In
his boat, accompanied by a navigator
and ono or two enthusiastic amateurs
tmong tho crew. It Is expected that
Is undoubtedly considered the greate.t annoyance any one can have In
a warm climate.
A pair of our coarse mesh LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures I
you a great deal of comfort. ALL THE TOURI8T8 8AY THAT.
Canvas Shoes throughout the Statee are quite the fad, but that they
have had to come to Honolulu to find out the Foot Comfort In them.
Our line I. strictly the most carefully .elected In town and the Price,
make you buy. Get a pair from us and then go tlght-teelng.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd, '
PHONE MAIN 282 i7lfl 1051 FORT 8TREET HONOLULU
created nineteen French Bishops.
tho yachts will be down here about
the first of June.
On the day of La Paloma's depart
ure a number of the larger Hawaiian
yachts will accompany her out to sea
for a considerable distance, putting In
at Rabbit Island for the night, where
n big chowder will bo enjoyed.
There will bo some thirty San Fran
cisco yachtsmen In Hawaii when the
boats get hero and thero will bo Im
mense doings. Tho yachta will race
from Honolulu to Lahatna and from
Uhalna to Illlo and then everybody
will visit tho volcano. Thero will also
be a race around tho Island of Oahu.
Tho race was scheduled to start
from San Francisco on May Sth, but
ono of tho contestants wants more
time and tho probable dato of the
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