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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU! T. It.. THUn9DAV, FED. 22, 1906,
Mens Tan Prospecting oots
Made of Viscol Calf
J 7 Inch High Leg
down to business and talk this Imml
gratlon mattor oor very carefully.
we can t do inywing an ai once.
A Delicate Matter
"Th Is a a delicate matter. Hut be-
fore saving what I lime to iay I want
to congratulate you all on what you
have done, you hae accomplished, n
splendid work. You have done won
ders, having raited three Hundred
thousand dollars for thU work. It we
had to watt for the Legislature to, net
we would nine to wan a long lime, as
I told them Jn Washington, we nave
the money here and we hae the meth
od. Now we must be careful of tlio
method. This thing has got to bo done
right and with a complete understand
Ad Dialr4Mjt filVl
Acting Governor Jack Atkinson.1 "I went to Washington to ask qucs-
chairman of the Board of Immigration, tlons and to find out; I knew that
monopolized the conversation at a everything that could be dono tor us
meeting of the Board yesterday after- would be done. Now 1 feel this way
noon. In the Capitol, and laid down the as Sargent said and as tho President
law to the sugar plantations In tho told me, this business must le carried
matter of the Immigration of rortu- on according to me law; we must u
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: effect thnt unless there wns euaran- no mistakes. What Is done must be
JKViMk7&'&1ftlK7&''A71''&&'&"7'l&1ll7lK'leci "V lhc Planters an aero of land dono by the Government here, by tho
JjWWWWromWMWWWWWMWWWWmWWWW Territorial Board -of Immigration as
, i Board would drop the wholo business, representing this Government, and not
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Must Give Land In Fee
Or Go Without
CAN BLUFF JAPANESE
' BUT NOT ATKINSON
PORTUGUESE IMMIGRATION HELD
UP PENDING BETTER OFFERS
BY SUGAR MEN WHAT
son, "I think that we can go ahead
more by my coming back than If I'd
staid away. I don't know that I ned
go Into everything that I did whllo
I was nway. Of course, I've had talk
with the President and with Sargent.
They are very much Interested In see
ing this matter to aneau. uui iney
' g , fflHj
jfljTl A The w"lrm weather Is coming on J vm
KiiiA S apace and It Is very desirable to know C X ',.51
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LOCAL AND, GENERAL
Wbltn steam auto. Stockyds stable.
S. S. Hongkong Maru, Bent, from tho
Orient, p. m.
Thoman Bavado desires to notuy mo.
peoplo of Honolulu that he Is not mar-.
want to see It done right. Now I lme rlr.l. I
my own Ideas and all of you probably I miss Lucy Dower and Onstavo
have your Ideas. We have got to got Ilreckcrt wcro married last evening
Bt tho German church.
Wfl sell Kahlklnul beef nnd have an
adequate supply. Wo arc here to stay.
Raymond Itanch Market. Tel. 4G.
Word was received by the police
this morning thnt I.ee Young Bu, A
Korcnn, lind been killed whllo Jump
ing off n tar In motion. The accident
occurred on Knmehamchn Fourth
Roid. The man was not killed In
stantly, but riled In nbout an hour after
being tnken home.
8u had been working for Captain
UlunnhclcB, who has charge of the
schooner Concord. It wag at the lal
ter's place ho died, 11 was about S
o'clock when tho accident occurred.
taken regularly, reduces the tempera
ture of the body and renew the watt
ed tissue. It It an Ideal beverage for
all teatona of the year, but especially
In the summertime.
Wm Il.B Mr we
If you have,
to you now $50.00
niture, Rugs, Watting, &c,
the balance on Easy Payments,
Our Prices are the lowest; our goods
the best, andyour. Credit with us is Good
A full report of the broccedtngs Is by Individuals. Of courso. they know
given below and from this may bo how It Is done; they know where we
ttdgcd tho manner and method of tiro get tho money; but that Is not It; the
Acting Governor. proposition Is that what we do. wo
To say that tho other Immigration must do In conformity with the law un
Commissioners were surprised at Uer which wo work. We can bring
Jnck'a outburst, would bo to draw It hero whom we iikcbut artcr tney nroihun;(iny g
mildly. They were nstounded. .hero tccv are free to do as they like. i n1j0 fo'0't.
Tennev" It Kent Away I "u llu uumma iuuie m uu nn
Immigration Commlssloncra Crals, em- We cannot siy to them that
Cooke, Cm den nnd Atkinson were pres- they must go here or there, they can
A fe aA Mutt 11 Ilm llJh AMrt HAtl
tnt. na wns n so Secretary Crauue. inq fc" . " "". ... wun oj
Temperatures 6 a. m 7..0, 8 n. m
72; 10 a. m., 75; noon, "G; morning
Ilhrometcr, 8 n. m.. 3n.i5; absoiuio
n. m.. 6.323 grains per
rclntlvo humidity, 8 n. m.,
13 tcr cent; dew point; 8 a. m., 63.
Wltfd 6 a. m., velocity, 6, direction
N. K.; 8 a. m. velocity 4, direction B.;
10 n. m velocity t, direction N. K.;
meeting was scheduled for 3 o'clock, that they must go to any particular' noo' velocity 11, direction N. IS.
hell. Its a delicate subject to handle,
Mr Allilnnn lintvovnr waited lomo Plantation.
little time for Commissioner Tenncy. California Raiting Hell. ... '
Mr. Tenncy was telephoned but It wn , , do a they suggest In Wash-
Impossible for him to come, as he wn& Inston. they'll seo us through, but wo
busy nt a plantation meeting. About "" responsible for the way the work
3:15 o'clock th Acting Governor rap. I done- Bargcnt has cautioned me. ho
..,! nn iii inhia nmi uniii "Tlio mrni. has told mo ho has Bald again nnd
Ing will como to order!" (again this cant be done through ths
Mr. Atklnton sat at the Governor's altance of Individuals; It must bo
desk In the wccutlvo chamber. In a "no by tb Boara.If the plantatloni
rn In fmnf nf.hlm Hal ter. PooUe nro going tO do this. tllO first thing
PJF lit nnllorui Artri nf Tiip- Cardcn and Craig. Crabbo sat at tho w.,kn?w we'll have California raising
i ii ij Limui oy irui iiiui I Ul end of the table, at tho Acting Gover
nor's left. .Members of tua press wete
Cooke Brings Data.
commissioner uooxo came to iiioi
meeting armed with facts and figure
and typewritten statements In regard
to what the sugar plantations were,
prepared to do In the matter of taking I
Portuguese Immigrants .from the
Aiores. He had little opportunity.
tinurnvor tnjirHprt ntf.rn thnn Ihptrl
evnornl i.ien. t'ptlm Atklman wjj Member Hon. 8tock and Bond
familiar with them all. I ehang.
Can Qo Ahead Now. LOANS NEGOTIATED.
SUGAP, 3.36 cents
LONDON BEETS, 8s, 1-2(1
Thlelen & Williamson
STOCK AND BOND BROKER8.
Ilalnfall during 21 hours ended 8
i. m .01 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
lour ended nt noon, 209 miles.
ALUX. McC. ASHLEY,
8cctlon Director, U. S. Weather Bu
F'lne Job Printing at th Bulletin.
1 tiwtw-t$'l .j All kinds licrc Rings and If
If8!l ' if 'm3 anc Studs nnd Ear- II
pWgc5p-?f L 1 rings, ;nd Brooches and Jj
mf '&- wfa II Chains. Kvcrything up-to-
flSif I date In design and properly If
(OiW m' R COUNTER m
355s LOVE BLOCK FORT STREET Vj
Coyne Furniture Co.,
THE METROSTYLE? PIANOLA
The most difficult mutlcal competi
tion are eatlly mattered by the owner
of a Metrottyle Pianola. They are
jutt at eaty to that wonderful Inttru
ment at the ilmplett folk song.
BERG3TROM MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ.
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS,
"I'm glad to be back," said. Atkln. 912 FORT 8T.
TEL. MAIN 12.
You buy or ll stock or bond,
You want to secure the beat price,
You want a loan on augar securities.
You hava real cttaU you with to tell,
You hava home you with to rent,
You have ANY butlneti which needt the attention of active,
Tho opening of tender for construc
ting tho Sea-wall for wharf No. 2, Ala
kca Slip nnd bulkhead wall for one
half of Kllauca Slip, Honolulu, (which
were to bo opened on March 1st), la
heroby postponed to March 10th, 190(1,
at 12 o'clock noon.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Work.
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II.. Feb. 21, 1906.
See Thielen & Williamson About It
AND IT WILL BE PUT THROUGH WITH A RUSH. to rnl
TEL. MAIN 21.
012 FORT ST.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Ing the Government' proposal to ex
tend the reciprocal tariff rates to the
United States until June 30, 1907.
MR8. ALICE AT HAVANA.
CHICAGO, Feb. 22. The death
watch wa today placed over "Blue-
hitsprl" Un,h. uihn I ,ntnrer1 to
W"M , . . ...--..-. -
(Continued from Pane 1)
2nd Prize, Marguerite Van
FALLS FROM CAR
(Attoclalcd Prtt$ EvccM Cable)
HAVANA, Feb. 22-Congretsman
and Mr. Longworth and United State
Minister Morgan arrived today.
DEATH WATCH ON HOCH.
death for murdering many wive.
4- Special, Mi Lorlnda Low.
1st Prize, Col. Sam Parker.
2nd Prize, Dr. Joao Pinto.
lit Prize, Mid Macfarlane.
1st Prize, Mitt Dreler.
2nd Prize, Mitt Kitchen.
1st Prize, Marguerite Oilman,
2nd Prize, Matter Holltnger.
lit Prize, Kaahumanu 8chool.
2nd Prize, Kalulant School.
3rd Prize, Royal School.
Special Prize, D. H. Lewi,
I tell you, gentlemen, and we mimt
exercise tbe greatest care in seuliu
that wo act according to the lnw. Wo
A Chlneo fell off a napld Transit " not forget that we-thl Board
car No 37 at Walklkl. opposlto 'g running thin thing; It Is for us to
.-Y-.' .' "1 .,. .. ,in .hi. or. bring people here, not for the planta-
ry''.t ' '.'. Z,: ., :'., ...;.., tlona or any Individual. Of coursn
G3; .t Tn fa fn en.eles. they may know how wo get tho money.
Th.. car wa crowded and ho wns'Thats all right
otnmllni. wllh mnnv ntliers 6n tho foot- Hct "
board. He may not live.
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS.
Duo to tho small run-oft from tho I
Nuuanu Valley water ahed during
thoso unusually dry winter months,
tho reservoirs havo been drawn down,
so low that tho uso of water, for Irrl
eating purposes mutt bo confined I
strictly to tho regular hours set apart
such purposes, viz: between o ana
, and 4 and 6 p. m.
Inspectors havo been Instructed
fnrro theso regulations and to
shut off all consumers after having
been previously notified and found to
bo Irrigating oulsiua or nours.
J. II. HOWI-AHU,
Superintendent of Water Works.
Houolulu Water Works, Honolulu,
T. II. February 19lh. 1900.
Macy-Werneeke Roller Top
Desks are undoubtedly the belt
detkt made. They are manufac
tured of handtome, quartered
golden oak and In construction
and finish leave nothing to ba
detlred. They ar fitted with
every modern convenience and
poitett many desirable feature
not found In other dukt. Th
price ar moderate for luch
H, Hackle Id & Co, ,
Try some other.
Then Try This!
We have the Sole Ageney and hava ,
had It for years.
DECAU8E WE HAVE FOUND IT
THE BEST, -mm
The Denman Ranch has the 'finest
creamery In California.
Lewis & Co.,
169 KINO 8T. TELEPHONE 24
THEY WOULD FIGHT.
Wo go around and
Wo have a Tight to. But it
Is well to haw everything understood
before wo take any action and that Is
the reason 1 want to tell ou Just how
I fcil In this matter. As I said before
a ,.i. t-w .. fHMnn n fAll.ln
oviuwu, feu. Jii juuji-n ... .ucinic, x.
secretary of the Seattle Chamber of .j.
Commerre. left todav for California. Fourdn-Hands.
where ho coes to work for tho estiWi- 1st Prize. Vehicle and contents,
lUtment of n Pacific squadron of bat- Oregon Girls.
tleshlps. While In tho Southern 1t Prize, General 8cheme, Ha.
State ho will appear before the Cham- waltan Hotel.
bor of Commerco In both San Fran- 4- DOUBLE TEAM AMBULANCE.
Cisco and .Los Ageles and endeavor ! nt Prize, Board of Health.
through tbcm to stir up a sentiment in
favor of such a squadron. Mr. Melkto .).
contends that the presence of such a
fleet Is not only necessary to tho west
coast, but that tho presence or me
boats here will mean millions of do),
lars annually to tho Pacific Coast mer.
chants In the wny of supplies.
KILL OFF FLIES.
Porla, Feb. 10. A prize bf ?2000 haa
been awarded by the Matin to the au
thor of a treatise on "How to extermi
nate Files." There were 200 competi
tors, among them Queen Elizabeth of
Bohemia. The winner remains anony
mous. "It Is vain to try to exterminate the
full grown lly," he says. "We must
lay tbe axe to the root by obliterating
the eggs. Each female fly lays an av
erage of 200 eggs. This means that by
the time the sixth generation Is
reached there are 100.090,000,000 de
scendants. The deadly effects of crude
oil upon the larvae Is Instantaneous
and has tho advantage of cheapness
and of retaining an efficiency for a
long time In the spot where It has
1st Prize, C. Von Hamm
2nd Prize, Mr. Chapln,
'f Class D.
1st Prize. Jas. Qulnn.
2nd Prize, Mr. Bell of Indian-
4- 3rd Prize Edgar Henrique,
Special Prize, Fujlkama.
1t Prize, Hackfeld &. Co,
2nd Prize, Or. Andenon,
3rd Prize, Geo. Deniton.
. .. . ' ,'1 am elad to be back-
Atlanta, ua.. ieu. ii.-n. pemouuij ..We're glad to have you lock," said
difficulty which will bo accompanied Commissioner Carden.
by the uso of pistols will take place In For Board to Act.
Atlanta tomorrow If tho preventative "That's all right," continued Chair
efforts of mutual friends bo not effcc-iman Atkinson, "I'm glad to be back.
... and whht wu want to do first of all Is
live. This wu no in. J rosuii oisewi- t0 t0 lllltmtanaing; to know
paper cards which have been i wrll ten tlBn W(J nmgt dcc(o how
ujr uoionei jumes w. x.nBiu, , , , h (lIea, a, t0
?..,lT!JrB8nln"'?n0,. S?-whft should' be donojnd you. no
","'""' ,, , V.i V?... .ii doubt, havo yours, wnat we shoum
nnd Colonel John Tcmplo Graves, edl. . ,'.,,. That anyuoily wIl0
l0M.0,.a.Ti,r.S,n. He, (wants to put' up money for getting
J i candidate for tho United States SHlcoplo ,, or ,a8 any lands to offw
i at5:i.i n.n.h i. ..,., . n m.n '"f home, for people brought hero, let
r"", "v' . ,' '" " ,' ;"7h.i,., v, ". the mako t known to the iioaru anu
who Is quick to defend hi shonor. Col- , , h d , nt there
onel Graves considers himself the sue-. M un(ler,tnm,nK. t0
cessor of Henry W. Orady In ho h , ff , nnd t t nn
South, and Is known to be of quick , ,eJ3 ,hBra ,, ,und for them
temper. As a result of tho purchase . homes
or tl.e cws siock uy rresmeni Banu-. w, , , ft , R ,ma0rstood
elK,Stenfcr, f lhe ?outher", """n"' that here must be nn offer of land
which stock was subsequently sold to, . . "mplelhat ,her0 Bl0um bo an
Tnmnni i.n mi an inn turn puniinmnn ..-.. . ... ..
aero of land for every family urougni
When vou need 8oclety or High
.l- Dl.llaH.ni 1.1.1 nu.. m. sIarW.
uihlrh l rnnirlhuteil to bv the mOStl
'f-mou. -maker. We carry all the lat-l
Aihcrtlscment for Proposals. Hono- est noveiue. ana nw. - ?'" -
lulu Feb. 20, 1900. Bcalcd proposals tablet of various lze. We keep In
will bo received nt this building until "lock the newett thing n tblets, a
2 p'clock p. m.. Feb. 27. 1006, for fur- P- ff ex ra '".the beauty of which
iilshlng lights, Ice, miscellaneous sup- consists In the fact that the paper
pile, washing towels, hauling ashes,' only requires to be folded one" eaeh
and sprinkling streets for this build-, way to fit Into an ordinary oblong en-
Ing during, tho fiscal year ending Juno --c-
il, ivul, or sucii ponion oi mo yiut L..I5 Haiiia II.
Owing to a chang In tha prle o
certain sizes of crushsd rock, price li
future will b a follows! No. 1, I1JMI
per cu. yd.: No. 2, 10 per cu. yd.;
No. 3, $2-05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, SUN
per cu. yd.
Wa with to call attention to th
fact that No. 4 has bean reduced b
practically th price of whit and,
making It available for all kind of co
crete work, for which It I far suptrlor
to any other tand.
Lord & Belsei
as may bo deemed advisable. Tim
right to reject any and all bids Is re
served by tho Treasury Department
E. It. STACKAUI.rc. Custodian.
3312 Feb 20; 22.
Help For All
Colonel English, tho two gentlemen
have said some bitter things of one another.
MAKE $15,000 ON FAKE.
Cleveland, O., Feb, 11. Lcavlns
himn nlnntAAn mnnthll im vllh JO
.. ...! ,.i,nin. wiih tmnnn i. I It will not do,
the good fortuno of a New Yorker position has got to stand. If we can
u . ... . nnl nffan fni olmnla lnnrl Iftnn UM Will
T named Ilosenshard,
hero, in fee simple.
Up Comet This Lease.
"Now un comes this Icaso proposl
tlon. Here are some of the plantations
pioposlng to glvo Immigrants leasel
land. This will not do. I tell )ou,
That fee simple pro-
YOUNG BUILDING 8TORE.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
DR. J. T. MCDONALD,.
Office REMOVED to Rooms 21-25V
th Alexander Young Building. Hour.I-
10-12; 24; 7 8. Reildenc, Th AI
inder Yodng Hotel. Telephon CaltC
RR CIINN'3 BLOOD ANI
Make FUah and ltrnrth for Slok BM)
i by maklnit tltona. rlon ra blood.
check! dla bfBllni ou trenrtr M
reeletll. SoldbvbrucaK S.TBoteeibpai
or 3 boiee for (., or met. -d on reoclpte
Brloe. Write ueebout Home Treetment.
R. BOOANKO CO.. rrilladelphle. Pek
Bulletin give a completo summary of -
the news of tho day. For 31 a year.l Weekly Bulletin SI Pr i
He will arrive In
not offer fee simple land, then we will
tho metropolis tomorrow morning. "" "" ;"i"Brum. o J""i'u
having passed through Cloveland. .going to ret them hero and then find
Tin.en.hnr.i loft N'nw York an k thnt there aro no homos for them.
" etowawav on a Cunard liner with Iu "It comes right down to this, gen
AHDIUEn t ... In I.I. .m..1.a 11a wnrlo.l hla
.,.1,,..'. I irilia ill ill. initnv.t .,v ,.wi. ...
. . a I .- -...
Thursuay. teuruary z;
Schr. Bertie Minor, Raven, from
tlemon. are we to have here tho old
rekn. 7 a. m
Bk. Foohny Sucy, Wlllett, from New
York, 9; 30 a. ra.
Slmr.t iwaUnt, Dltz, from Kauai
ports, a. m.
Thursday, February 22.
S. S. Sonoma, Herrlman, for the
Colonies, 2 a. m,
way around England and France and,yleni of labor, or are we to build up
bu- finally sailed for South Africa. There, a system of labor that Is Independent
he was taken for Oeorgo Slier, tho i of the employers control?
fight referee, and officiated at numer
From this work, together with pro
moting othor sporting events, he
Won't Have Cheao Labor.
"I tell you this, and I want this
understood We should not lendVour
assistance to gettliig hero any families
... InnnwAvn ..n.ll mV.,A K.nl t t .1 V Oil,.
TrJ Muk Rcgl.Krcl
DONT SUFFER ANY MORE,
PILE8 LEAD TO CANCER.
SORE8 LEAD TO A MISERABLE
8KIN DI8EA8E8 LEAD TO LEP
Wallacti's Indian. Remedies
will save you If you but try to save
For sale by all druggists ana put up
by Honolulu Hemeay co.
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
RUGS, STAIR CARPETS
or DOOR RUGS
we ask you to look at our Newest Goods
cleared 115,000, which ho sent to bis; of laborers until we, are absolutely sure
mother In New York. When ho land'
ed In Ban Francisco, wearing a sweat
er, ho was arrested for vagrancy, but
ha vnlneH hi. relen.n liv tplllnir nf
his experiences and showing evidence
Br. stmr. Appalachee, Simpson, for of having sent his money to
Japan, 2 p. m. ' mother.
'that each famty Is going to have Us
acre oi lana. i Know bu nuuui mu
"I know what they havo dono be.
fore, and they will do It again unless
we take the right stand and insist
(Continued en Pag I.)
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla St. Japan
and Chlnei Laborer Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephon Dlu 2181.
CURTAINS in great variety
at CUT Prices '
E. W. Jordan & Co,, Ltd
IJ 37 Fort Street