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Vol. XVIII No .'1320
Beckley And Kepoikai
Advance In Contest
KAUAI IN TO STAY
I think I'll head the list thla week."
suld Admiral Beckley before he led
on this week's Klnau trip. At the
am time he deposited a bunch of
otcs in the box. Hitherto the Admire
nl has not quite understood why It wes
that the other fellows have come In
a little ahead on tho day of the count.
Ho ht put In some ho has been savins
nnd the result Is that he leads thai
crowd with a six. figure number. I
One might suppose thnt tho Admiral
was planning to take tho bit In his
teeth and lead all tlie way. One of the
Diamond Hend boys who asked the fig
ure of the count smiled when he
learned the Admiral's record. "Don't
think for a minute wo fellows have
played any of our trump cards. Tho
contest is young yet. Beckley has put
the bulk of his In nt tho starL That's
all right. Wo don't expect to take sec
Besides Admiral Dccklcy's Jump to
the front A. Noah Kcpolkal Is the com
.Ing candidate of the week. Maul was
a bit slow In starting but It Is making
bay and the sun Is shining. Kepolknl I
ling a following, second to none. The
phoning he makes Is almost as sensa
tional 'as Hockley's, his Increase being
over 20,000 votes and this Is the sec
ond week his name has appeared.
St. Louis Collego Is not worrying
over the result. A more energetic ag
Admiral Geo. C. Bccklcy '
St Louis College Alumni Association
Judge A. N. Kepoikai
Diamond Head Athletic Club
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Waimca, Kauai
Thos. C. White. Kcalakckua
Leo Lorrillard Cummins
Aala Club ....
Mrs. C. L.Dirkcrson '.
Jas. Kula, Kauai
Co. D.N.G.H., Hilo .-..
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Lihuc Kauai
S. K. Kamaiopili
Geo. H. Dunn, Lahaina
J D. McVeigh
Kaimuki, Waialae, Palolo Impvt. Club'
A. M Souza -
Miss Lucy Kaukau (Lahaina).. 842 Court Camoes, A. O. f .
John Raposo (Llhue Store) .... SOS August Martin
Jas. L. FrlsJ (purser Mauna Loa) 802 Honolulu Athletic Club .
Sam Chong . 685
H. D. J?e
II ' ' " I l T
The Kash Company Ltd,
- CO,, D OF HILO
gregation than those young men would
be hard to nnd. They mako a regular
business of collecting Individual bal
lots. "Wo hope no one will believe the
story that we have no subscription bal
lots," remarked ono of them. "Wo
don't put In all our strength during
the first weeks of tho contest. You
Just watch us take an automobile gait
when tho tlmo comes,"
Through an error of the printer J.
D. McVeigh's name was left out of last
week's list. Tho votes kept on coming
In Just the same. It Is impossible to
lose Jack McVeigh. Ills friends aro
legion nnd It's a forcgono conclusion
that they will mako all of tho others
VHawall had the last auto. Kauai
wants this one," Is what one man
writes In n letter from Knual enclosing
n bunch for the "I.lhuo Kegel Club. '
Kauai boys are boys that do things
when they once get started.
But Hawaii has a special representa
tive this year In tho boys of Co. D. N.
O. II. They believe that the people ot
Hawaii should stand by them as loyal
ly as they did with the Kohala Club.
for they are the boys who have to dnl
Jho business when there Is trouble. I
The ladles have kept at It very well '
Mrs. Lucy Wright has Jumped from
tenth In line to a place with the lead
ers. She Is now a good fifth". 'The
count for this weok follows:
Carl Erral Pederson
(Continued on Page
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of forelgrf and domestic looms. Only
cloths are 'used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for' the
cxtrcmest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin &. Co.,
EVERY MERCHANT MEANS TO GET AHEAD TOMORROW
HONOLULU, TKItKITORI OP HAWAII. THUR8DAY. MAKOH 1. IWJ
Field For Delegate
"It Is about time the Immigration
Board made a move. If It expects to do
anything with Portuguese Immigrants
here," said a member ofuhe Territorial
Board of. Immigration to a Bulletin ro
porter this morning.
"Tho first thing you know, the plant
era won't want these Portuguese fnra
lllc from tho Azores. Seems to ni
they have to a very considerable ex
tent offered all they have to offer 1.1
the way of Inducements to tho pros
"If Acting Governor Atkinson's nt
tltudo Is to remain unchanged, Kahu
ku, Ewn and Watalun plantations will
be cut out of the deal altogether, and
that will mean the cutting out ot three
hundred families for which these plan
tations bavo spoken. They haven't
any land In fee to offu and they cnn'l
provldo It. no matter what Jack may
say, but they are ready to do the rea
sonable thing In regard to leased land
"Jack Atkinson -was appointed on a
committee to try and come to soma
understanding .with the planters. A)
yet ho has done nothing In this regard
I suppose he Is waiting for the planter!
to go to him. I do not think that win
the Intent when tho committee was,
appointed by -the Board. It Is safe to
say that nothing will be done until
Jack gts good and ready. If ho won't
budgo Irom his present nttllude of de
manding that an aero or two acres b
given each Immigrant family by the
plantations, why, we'll seo the wholt
thing go to smash, that's all.
"I think the planters are very fall
In this matter. It will cost them nl
least $150 per family to bring tho Im
migrants here and S3S0 per family
mure to build houses, and then they
give tnem land In fee or otherwise;
and, mind you,, having absolutely no
guarantee that the settlers will raise a
single stalk of cane. According to tin
law the Immigrants can tell the plant
ers to go chase themselves.
"I noticed something in one of tli
papers about Jack having accomplished
something slnco tho meeting ot tin
Board, about his having secured tho
promise of W. O. Irwin &. Co. for fco
simple lands for 225 families. Jock
didn't do this. Irwin & Co, protnlseU
as much originally; their promise has
stood right along. Now I understand
they want more than 225.
"I till you, unless something Is done
pretty soon, there will be, nothing do
ing at all In this Portuguese Immigra
tion matter. It Is up to Jack."
Said leading sugar man: "Why,
tho Inducements we nre offering to get
these Europeans far exceed anything
ever offered the average cltlten of this
Territory In tho way of business. We
offer free transportation to a man and
his family, a free houso for a home
and an acre or two acres of land In fee
or on long lease and a good buslnoss
proposition In ")cane raising. What
elso does Jack want?"
Mall comes tomorrow on the Ala
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will oo
forward to the Coast per Korea,
March 2. Leave orders at Wells Farno
office, King St.
Is better than cure, every time. By
renting a box In our safety-deposit
vault, you prevent loss ofyour valu
ables by fire or thieves, The cost Is
only $5 per year and up. (letter look
Into the matter today,
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, I'onnluln
THE DAY TO ADVERTISE IS TODAY
Current political talk bolls down to
tho following partial prospectus: If
Kuhlo runs for Delegate to Congress
ho will receive the support of all par
ties. If Kuhlo docs not run. A, O. M.
Ilobcrtson and Judgo Kcpolkal may be
nut for the nomination on the Repub
lican ticket, laukea on the Democratic
ticket, and Not ley on tho Homo Ittilo
ticket. Kuhlo will probably run,
For Sheriff of tho County of Oahu,
A. M. Brown has good chances for nam
Inatlon on tho Republican ticket Oth
ers shaping things for the office are
W. T. Ilnwllns nnd Clnrcncc Crabbe.
If Kuhlo runs for Washington D.'lc
gat?, Curtis laukea will run for Super-1
It Is said that some others than tho
Arhl crowd have axes out for Adatim
Hurt Lucas as Supervisors.
Achl, as frequently annuunccd.
ttantn tu be Sunervlsor-at-Larco. car
ing little for what ticket ho runs on.1
Achl Is playing a desperate game. lie
Ih posing as a great friend of Hawnl
lans. whereas he Is playing for Achl.
There will be no fusion between tho
Democrats and Homo Rulers, It Is said.
Tho Hawaiian Democrats and tho
Home Itulvrs arc solid' for Kuhlo for
Delegate, It Is not known what thu
tjaolo Democrats will do. There Is go
ing to be a lively mix-up In tho County
eamnalen. Most of the nolltlral talk
these days lias to do with County poll J.
tics. Borne, outside of politics, navo
suggested John Hughes for Supervisor.
CORBIN FROM MANILA
Major General II, C. Corbln and Mrs.
Corbln aro passenger aboard the Ko
rea, going to Washington from Ma
nila. The Korea docked at 3:20 this after
noon, She brings S37 Japanese for
. KONA WANTS INK
There Is certainly trouble In Kon.i
It the following wireless lelegram to
the Bulletin, received yesterday frotu
Hawaii, Is Indicative of the situation:
Puako, Hawaii, Feb. 28. Send ten
.barrels of Ink to Kona.
Acting Governor Atkinson saUl this
noon that while he had not as yet
gone sufficiently In the school Janitor
matter to bo able to give anything out,
be was still working 'on a plan and ox.
pected to get figures bearing on It
soon. Ho would not say what the
proposition on which he was working
was. Tho Brown vs. Spreckels suit, before
Judge Do Bolt, which Is now running
on Its third week,' seems Anally to be
nearlng Its close. The defense closed
this afternoon and rebuttal began.
OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED I860
In the recent insurance investigation
no company passed a better ex
LIFE. All approved forms of in
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.
MANAGERS, TERR. OF HAWAII
W. M. Olffard, II. M. Whitney, nich
nry Ivers, K. I, Spalding and Henry
Holmes have filed nrtlclcs of associa
tion under the name "Kau Agricultural
Co., Ltd.," tho purposes of which aro
to engage In agriculture nnd ranching.
The capital ot the company Is (30,000,
In 5000 110 shares, with n privilege to
Increase to $100,000, The officers nre
W. M. Olffard. president, E. 1. Spald
ing, vice president; II. M. Whitney,
treasurer and Iiichard hers, secretary.
Who. with Henry Holmes, constitute
tho Board of Directors. The capital
stock Is subscribed for as follows: W.
M. aiffard, 1250 shares; II. M. Whit
ney, 1250 shares; Klchards Ivers, 1230
shares; E. I. Spalding, 1240 shares, and
-Henry Holmes, 10 shares.
Jas. j. uoie, I E. Arnold, J. L. Whlt
more, A. W. Adams 'and T J. King
have filed articles of association as tho
"Honolulu Packing Co. Ltd.." for'tho
purpose of raising, selling, buying and
canning pineapples and other, trulls.
The capital stock of the company Is
$5000. divided Into 250 S20 shares, with
a privilege to Increase to $100,000. Tho
life of tho corporation Is fifty year'.
Each of the Incorporators has sub
scribed for fifty shares.
i s I
Tho engagement Is announced of
Anthony K. Marcalllno, better known
to his many friends ns "Tony." ta
Miss Mlna E. Maby of Hllo. Marcll
lino has for soma time past been oc
cupying n position with tho Halolws
hotel. Miss Mabv- Is a daughter of J
II. Maby. tho Jailor of the Hllo Jail.
Judge Do Bolt today granted tho mo
tion of Henry Hlghton nnd A. O. M.
Robertson to have their $100 fco for
services In tho matter of tho estato of
Jas, Love taken from tho funds ot tho
I Good Furniture
Largest Stock In the City
m which to make selections.
J- "Old Reliable Furnlturs House."
Jl YOUNG BUILDING
Kent) Watirhouse Trust Ce Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brows,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
Salary To $75,000
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1.
raising many salaries of Government
this bill Is advanced from $50,000. to
TENNY DEAD FROM
(Vtitoctafrrf I'Tf fipn-fal Cnile)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, March 1. Prise Fighter Tenny, who was knocked
out last night by Frankle Nell in the fourteenth round, died today. The au
topsy showed that death was due to cerebral hemorrhages, resulting from a
blow. Relatives of tho young man say he was doped. Other claim that he
suffered from epilepsy, Nell and all the promoters of the fight were arrested
and charged with manslaughter. They were promptly bailed,
TROOPS REACH MALTA.
(Atioclattd l'rif Special Cable)
VALETTA, Malta, March 1. The transport Kltpatrlck with Gen. McCtel-
Ian and the First Infantry bound to
AMERICAN PROPERTY SAFE.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1.
property at Nanchang is safe. The refugees are at Kiuklang.
8AN FRANCISCO. Cat., Feb. 28.
Parity, 3.73 cents. Previous quotation,
Many Friends Are
Found Fop nawaii
The Business Delegates appear hope
ful of success for Hawaii's bill Judg
Ing from the following:
Washington, D. C, Feb. 15, 1909.
Mr. i:. II. Paris, Secretary Merchants'
Denr Sir: Tho Washington Dclcga.
tlon hate been heard four times before
the Houso Committee on Territories,
receiving ery courteous treatment nnd
attention at the hands of the members.
A full report 1b mailed you under an
On Tuesday, the I3lh, the delegation
appeared before the Senate Committee
on Pacific Islands and Porto Rico. Tin
report of this pr6ceedlng will bo print
ed In n day or two.
On Tuesday evening the delegation
entertained at dinner .the Congres4
men from California. An excellent op
portunity was thereby given for plac
ing our matter before these gentlemen
and. In tho end, secured their promise
ot support and their aid with other
The Delegation have met many Sen
ators and members of the Houso and,
on every occasion have placed their
cause fully before them and, as a rule,
securing promise of aid and support.
Both the House and Senate Comml
tees appear favorable to the measure
and excellent work has been done.
When the matter eventually reaches
the Congress as a whole, tho hard work
will commence. This can then well be
left In the hands ot the Delegate, Mr.
McClellan and Mr. Hatch.
The health of the members of the
party Is excellent despite " the cold
With, kind legards, I am,
Youre very truly, '
j CIEO. W. SMITH
Is undoubtedly considered the g-tatest annoyance any one can have In
a warm climate,
A pair of our coarse mesh LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures
you-a great deal of comforL ALL THE TOURI3T8 SAY THAT.
Canvas Shoes throughout the States are quite the fad, but that they
have Kad to come tc Ij-5jiu to find out the Foot Comfort In them.
Our line Is strlctiy the most carefully selected In town and the Prlres
make you buy. Get a pair from us and then go sight-seeing.
Ijj)fPuraHPf5ifcj!BParafii fa jot -i
i ONE VOTE FOR
SL . 7
a THE EVENING BULLETIN
S2000 PRIZE CONTEST. "
THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1906. J
Thli vote It good for three weeks
from date. J
Pbiob 6 OKNT8
Senator Galllnger has Introduced a bill
officers. The President's salary under
FIGHT WITH NEIL.
Manila, has arrived here.
Admiral Rodgers cables that American
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 8s 3 3 4d.
IN II ill
An exceedingly strenuous fight baJ
been started in tho ense of E. M.
Brown, who Is attempting tu have tho
custody of his minor child, a little girl,
taken from his former wife, Christina
Brown. Geo. Davis represents Brown,
while- A. G, M. Itobertson appears for
Mrs. Brown. Brown's petition In the
matter yesterday was knocked out by
a demurrer. It alleged that Mm.
Brown bad no means with which ta
upport the child, and also that she
was not a fit and proper person to have
the custody of It. Ilobcrtson contend
ed thnt the petition should specify
wherein the respondent's unfitness con
sisted, and was sustained. Leave was,
(Continued on Page 4.)
Tho Government electric wire pole
In front of the cigar storo on tho cor
ner of Fort and Hotel streets was re
moved today and the polo nt tho tele
phono company In front of tho Kash
Company clothing houso Is also to ba
removed, as per Instructions of tho Su
pervisors. Lists of the officers and directors la
the following corporations- Apokaa
Sugar Co., Kohala Sugar Co., Castle ft
Cooke, Ewa Plantation, Walalua Ag
ricultural Co., Wahlawa Water Co. and
Walmea Sugar Mill aro published In
Tenders for palal or hard pol aro
called for by the Hoard of Health.
Shoe Co., Ltd,
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