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Vol. XV IH No. 3331
Uncle Joe Cannon
The Man Who, Will
Decide Hawaii's Fate
DELEGATE'S REVIEW OF
I'Mltor Evening nulletln: with tin)
departure of W. 0. Smith, for Ran
Francisco, three days ago, tho last of
the delegation have left tho city, moat
of the others having gone u week ago.
Although It Is posslblo some of tho
number may return for a day or two,
their main work Is done.
Great credit Is due tho delegation
for the excellent and carefully planncJ
work they have done for tbo revenue
measure iiivir vuuria uutu uevui
earnest and harmonious, and tho Ideas
of Individual members hnvo been sub
ordinated to the majority decision,
The delegation, ns a whole.
jiuide a good Impression on the mem
licrs they have met aud beforo whom
they have appeared; and. what Is equal
ly Important, they have made no ser
Results to Date.
The sum of results, up to the pres
ent, arc apparently as follows. A ma--Jority
of the Houto Committee are In
dividually favorable to my bill, wltli
un amendment to reduce the term to
ten years; a large number of Individ
ual members and Senators have also1
expressed their fnvor of our nicasurn.l
Including tome lnllueutlal members.
On the other hand, tbo Democratic floor
leader Is strongly ngalnst It, nnd Mr.
PaynY Is alto unfriendly. Muil ser-
luuiuui ail. ml' ajJVUKcr ui iiiu iiuuftti
so far withheld his assent, with
tbo result that although the sub-corn-
niltteo having the bill In charge, nro
nil In fnvnr.nf If vrnt Mr I.tnv.l flu
Democratic whip, they hnve wlth-hcldj
all report on It. until come mora fav
orable nttltude ran be secured on the
mtrt et fhA Rrnnkitr 1
Uncle Joe's Power. Tne question regarding tho collection
This is- a clear example of tho also- of taxes from seamen on tho Inter-In!-luto
power of the Speaker, nut only to nnd fleet and tho holding back of tho
block any given piece of legislation on amount to pay tljem from their wages
the floor of the House, but also to pre- by thr. company has been brought up In
tent a report being made on a bill n now phaso In tho United Btatcs 1Mb
that he may think It best to hold up. ,trlct Court by n libel by Wm. Mitchell
,il committee cmurmeu oro ins lieu-
tenants, nnd only In exceptional cases.
will they bring out a
known to disapprove.
1.111 i.n. i-A i
As soon as It became apparent that
our future centered largely In Jho by occupation and has been employed
Speaker's room, we at once directed as such since tho year 1900 on Island
all our forces to that point. (boats. During tho months of January
President Helps. and February, 1906, he was engaged as
The President was apprised of the first mate on tho steamer Mauna Loa
situation, andhe Informed me on Mon- tinder a contract whereby the steam
day that ho had written a strong letter snip company was required to pay him
direct to the Speaker on the subject. $90 a month, payable on tho 12th and
Both Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Cole talked Id of each month In equal Instalments,
with the Speaker, and Mr. W. O. He performed bis duties ns required
Smith, who Is well and favorably and on January 17 he was entitled to
known to Mr. Cannon, has talked with .thit sum or $39 In vwages.
blm twice on the subject. On Jan. 17 tho company, when ho
Most Important of nil, Col. Hepburn asked for his $39, rofused to pay same
labored with "Undo Joe" for thrce-lcr any part thereof. It gavo'as Its rca.
quarters of an hour on Saturday last; 'eon the fact that prior to that dalo It
for I agree with a well known con- had been served with an affidavit and
fldontlal official of the House, who said an alleged order for tho attachment
to us on' Sunday last, that Col. Hepburn and garnishment of all money duo tho
can. In a matter of tbls sort, come (Continued en Pag &
The KASH COMPANY, Ltd.
Calls the attention to the Consolidation of its
Stores in the improved and attractive quarters
at the corner of Hotel and Fort streets. The
management takes this opportunity to thank
its many patrons for past favors and cordially
invites them to 'call at the new store, where
they will talways be welcome and find the
largest and bzst Stock of Clothing and Fur
nishings in the city
The old Hotel strc:t store is closed and all
business hereafter conducted at the
FORT STREET STORE.
j ,i uusiiiM m.ii.miv.1 buuuubicu at tuc 5
r jj FORT STREET STORE. I
BBBMJMJtMwtiiyiYrisyi .fffrsfr srti' OH if III i r 'u'rV t i f' " fe a
AFFAIRS IN CONGRESS
nearer to winning over the, Speaker
than even the President can do.
Tbo hopeful sign so far Is that tho,
Speaker bns not positively set himself
against the bill, but has promised to
think It over. Meantime, for a few
days, wo can do nothing, as nny at
tempt to "hurry Uncle Joe" might lead
to bis final word ngalnst It 1
Knocking from Hawaii. I
While much encouragement has been
met from many members, the work has
not been without some very discour
aging features, Tho delegation left
I Willi the growing Impression that Iho
opposition of some members was based
on knocking letters, received from
Payne Philippine Pill.
-The defeat of the PhlllPDlne bill Is
(Continued on Page 5.)
BKaiusi mo iniur-iemnu ucunpuny
ThU case Is not ono of thoso which
ivA.n imn.iui teT nn Afrrnn.i inin.i.
ment of facts.
Mitchell shows that he Is a mariner
OF NINE OUT OF TEN
HONOLULU. TBRRITOUY OP HAWAII. WKDN'KBDAY MAltOH 14, 191H.
Prospects Of Refund Are
The Hawaii Promotion Committed
called on Iho trustees of the Chamber
of Commerce thls.nflernoon and nsked
for more money.
Whether to increase tho shippers'
Rharf tax from 10 cents a ton or to
boom popular subscriptions Is the ques
tion. A list of subscribers was read.
Borne of the members could not restrain
smiles. Ono curio store, for example,
Elves SO cents per month.
Secrctnry II. V. Wood of the Promo
tion Committee, said the tourist bus
iness was flourishing.
Tourists wero spending between
1100.000 and $200,000 per month here.
Next year thcio would be J300.000 per
month spent and for every tourist here
now next year there, would be threo or
Has Fulfilled Its
HEPBURN OF IOWA
HAWAII'S LOYAL FRIEND
Hon. W O. Smith, who went to
Washington as chairman of Honolulu's
delegation of luminous men, to iifgo
Congress to pass n bill rcfundlns to tho
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"'"'"',, J" 'LV,.. i- .V. M.-;i
rla this morning, looking the better for
Ilia Irln nn1 ntorl In tin hnma
"The rest of tho boys will be alonglmor.nl"Kj
on tho Korea," said Mr. Smith when
Been by a nulletln reporter this fore
noon. Speaking of tho outlook In regard to
Hawaii getting a refund of the local
Federal rovenuo for fortifications and
othor Improvements, Mr. Smith said:
"I think I may say that tho prospects
of tho bill going through are good, but
there are so many other matters ab
sorbing attention In Washington.
Thoro's the railroad rate bill, for ex
ample, tho Philippine tariff and tho
Statehood measure. All theso seom to
overshadow everything else. I hopo
wo win out. I'm Inclined to think tho
prospects fairly good.
"There Is very good feeling toward
(Continued on Poe 4.)
iim., f- rni.t.in n, uiir. ii ,,,,.-
nidx for furnishing the Hllo Water
Works with 1200 feet of C-lnch can
Iron pipe are asked for by the Depart'
mem of public works,
'A dance will
? HZ. LhaM7.l
hall, Kukul street, this evening
jnsr-SW S S S S
and when kept In the W
i llkelv to court a vis. .
' K epi,-2H i i'- J
It from robbers,
Placed In 41
a box In
our safe-deposit fl
vault, your valuables
are safe, and your
mind Is at ease on
their account. Yu
can rent a box
for $5 per
I j Limited.,
U Fort Street, llonnluln
s s s s
THE BULLETIN IS A HOME PAPER
Self To Japan
With Pleasure Party
To Discuss Big Loan
SAYS HE IS ONLY OUT FOR FUN
JACOB H. SCHIFF, FINANCIER.
"Purely a pleasure trip, I assuro "Instruct my valot to let mo know
you." said Jacob 8chlff aboard the P.
SI. S S. Manchuria nt 8 o'clock this
I n, tunnt vi. In l,..ICuv
mo when I tell you It Is nothing but a'
ijrflinri. irin in.i n nttin iw in Tn. .
pan. and perhaps meet a friend or two' '" nn?"c "r- ,l, '" mai1? Unwn
-who knows-and then back hom,Bt Mi- Ks',1 v1'1 y,e a lunch to
again, for I can't stay away very long.1'0 ;ar!y, n iba Moana ,Iolcl oJay n
"I should like tofcome back by way of I1-'3? cl0ck' ....
Honolulu and spend a week hero, but I
I'm expecting to return to the 8tates
ny me Empress line, inoro aro somo
kind and I believe thoy are going to
give roe a quick glimpse of Honolulu.
I' mwaltlng now for them to call mo,"
"If your trip Is one purely of pleas
ure," ventured the Ilulletln reporter,
"how can you rush through HonolultiT
You must be taking your pleasure In a
Tho New York multl-mllllonalre
grinned and turned to the dainty desk
nt which ho was sitting In the Man,
.,.,.. ,., ..,., v,. ,, tnnh
churla's elegant social ball. He took
a pen, scratched a cross through the
people hero to meet me they aro very.!"0" to 'J1'? midday banquet, Including
h.. a J .1.1. 1'aclflc Mall Steamship Company's let
aee an, mis . . . , wrote. 'iium,iulu. Ha-
Iwalt Territory, U. 8. A." Ho turned to
Nlin jinn.! no and Ullalinil 'I ImVn In
take my pleasure. In a rush," he said.
"sos to get back in business."
"They say you aro fiolng to Japan
to sell tho Pacific MaM to Japanese,
"Oh, that Is all nonsense," said
Schlff, waiving his band,
Mr, Schlff was asked again if It wero
tt'posslblo that he could make a trip to
japan without doing business of somo
05 kind. Ho repeated tho statoment that
5jlho was traveling with his wife and.
nephew and friends simply tor pleas
ure expecting to return to tbo main-
lani ,n Jun0 or July'
' "No one believes that you are travel
ling solely for pleasure," said tho ro
"Well." replied Schlff, with a twin
kle, "If business gets In my way, I sup
pose I will have to attend to It. Hut
i tell you In all sincerity that I'm out
on nothing but a pleasure trip,
"I will not bo Intnrvlewed, so jou
must excuse mo. I am giving Inter
views to no ono."
Mr. Schlff was askftd If be was Inter
ested in tho floating of Japan's Internal
loan of 4100,000,000. He said he was
not. Asked If ho meant that ho was
"not at present" Interested, Mr. Schlff
closed tho Interview and wished the
! In the Schlff party aro: Mr. and
Mrs. J, II. Schlff, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Iludgo, Mr, and Mrs. S. Neustadt and
KrncBt Schlff, tho banker's nephew and
secretary, Valets and maids, a com
fortablo number, accompany tho
ON THE PURCHASES MADE BY WOMEN
where and at what time wo are to take
lunch," remarked Mr. Schlff to bU
s,f' ul"n ol V10 Konma ancc'?
i""ik was on nana anu was introduced
K"m ?""' P'casea una properly
Pre,,"ca ''" appreciation ot tno en
About fourteen will sit
Messrs. Shingle and Campbell of tho
Henry Waterhouso Trust Company,
uoi. ueo. w. Aiacranane and M. 8.
Itobert Shingle, who, with Mr. Camp
(Continued on Page 8)
'There Is talk of Collector R. It.
Stackable taking up tho work of solic
iting Portuguese Immigrants and being
sent on as tho agent of tho Immigration
Board. In any event there will be
somethlnc dolnc In immigration rlr
cies In aivcry short time and the ac
tion will follow along the original lines
set down by the Immigration author!
ties. Plantation men occupy tho same
position they nave alwats occuploJ
that they are ready to give Immigrants
Homes and fee simple lands,
Messrs. 8, K. Hogcrs, Walter II. Hay
scldcn and J- Iknaka novo been ap
pointed to constitute a road board for
the district of Kau, Hawaii,
0. B. McCarthy, It. A. Keams, O, E,
Sabln nnd Mr. Ornie made n flying trip
to Walalua nnd return on Sunday In
Henry Walerfiouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts
Telenhono Exchange No. 4.
l Largest Stock In the City
j from which to make selections. 1"
1 J. Hoop & Co.!
f "Old Reliable Furniture House." 14
('.YOUNG D U I L D I N a , i)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 14. The House Committee on Elections
has unanimously decided tn recommend seating Delegate Kalanlanaole, whoso
election wai contested by the Democrats.
(Atloclattd I'rttt Special Cablt)
BOSTON, Mass., March 14. The steamer British King, from New York
to Antwerp, has foundered. She had
believed to have been lost. The others
8HUT OUT THE JAPANESE.
VLADIVOSTOK, Slbrla, March 14
pass the north Russian lines.
CHINESE PAY.THE PENALTY.
CANTON, China, March 14. The
ince and three others Implicated In the attack upon the house of Beattle, ths
American missionary, were beheaded today.
WILL STAND BY
PARIS, France, March 14. The
force the Church and State separation
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 14. A
today for threatening to shoot J, Plerpont Morgan and his son.
The Ventura was sighted off Koko
il thur C. flehr, trustee, of Chicago,
hut filed a petition to tho Supreme
Court In regard to the Hamakua ditch
matter. He shows that he. In his own
behalf and as trusteo for bis associates,
had, since April 4, 1902, a vested right
to the Innds, water rights, rghts of
way and other rights named In an
agreement prepared by himself and
the Territorial Government, which Is
now tn the possession of the Oovern
raent. He asks that this agreement bo
made a part ot the petition, or that he
ho allowed to substitute his own copy
Gehr also asks that he be adjudged
owner, as trustee, of the rights named
in tne agreement, tree ot an otner
claims on the part of other persons,
and that the government be required,
to convey nil such rights to him. or. In
default thereof, to pny him their full
Tbh petitioner shows that he has ut
un itMira uci-ii ruuur unu wiiiinx l"
comply with the conditions named In
tho agreement to bo performed b
hlni, hut that tho Territorial Govern
ment has refused to perform und keep
Tbo lands and the privileges at
tarhrd thereto aro shown to be sltuat-
cap only be produced by ihoe comfort We bring about that hap
piness by comfortably, stylishly and accurately fitting the feet
Our No. S20 French Calfskin Blucher Oxford, made on the Pic
cadilly last, with Cuban heels, Is the greatest value In Its class
ever offered. Strictly the highest grade material and the most
skilled workmen are employed In the manufacture of this shoe.
This Shoe Is a Guaran. f of Shoe Happiness,
PHONE MAIN 282 1051
tj rj fttf to asl W tcj tc rtf W W fl
ONE VOTE FOR ' J
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THE EVENlNO.BULLETIN a
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Wednesday, march 14, ioef y
This vote li good for three weeks
from date. f
Pbiob 6 Cents
56 persons on board. Twenty-eight are
The Japanese have been forbidden to
leaders of the rebels of Kuang SI prov
new Ministry announces that It will en
law with Inflexible firmness.
woman named Williams was arrested
Head at 2:30 p.m.
ed In Kohala nnd Hamakua, and to em
brace all tho lands bounded by Wat
plo Gulch, Ilonokane gulch, the sum
mit of the Kohala mountolns nnd the,
so.1. Gebr says that the consideration
for wblc hbn became vested with these
rights was tho expenditure of JT000 for
surveys nnd explorations, tbo result of
which 'wero exposed to tho Governor
nnd others; maps and data of largo Im
portance and value to blm having been
left by blm with tho Government, on
tn condition that they should be hUd
only for tho confidential uso of the Ter
ritory Tho Territory, says Gehr, ha
vlolsted tlbs agreement, nnd has suf
fered the case containing tho maps to
be unlawfully broken open, and the In
formation contained put Into possc
Mon of conflicting Interests to his great
loss. He asks that the Territory b
required tao pay him proper damages
As a further part of the considera
tion Gehr shows tho agreement with
the Governor and the Land CouimU
tloner that it bo should secure a rul
ing from the Secretary of the Interior
that the Territory had a right to con
vey these lands and Interests, It would
make the conveyance. This part of
the agreement, Gehr says, he 'per
formed, and he thereby became Irre.
rocably Invested with the landsetc
He further shows that there has been
ro assignment ot tho rights claimed.
but that the title rests solely In him,
und that he Is entitled to tho convey
unco or Its equivalent In money, after
allowing all Just credits and set-offs,
W. C. Peacock has Hied a demurrer
to the complaint of J. G. Hothwell on
the grounds that It does not set forth
such facts as constituto nny equity In
ine petitioners invor, that there Is n
defect of the rrlles therein. In that
W. C, Peacock & Co., Ltd., Is a neces
sary party, and that It appears that tho
petitioner has no right to bring ths.
action In his personal capacity,
Blank books of all sorts. ledgers
For Men $5.00
Shoe Co., Ltd,
FORT STREET HONOLULU
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