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n America Maru Apr. 21
J Hoiioiim Apr. IS
A Mongolia Muy 2
rf For San Francisco:
" Alameda Apr. 18
K Nippon Jlnru Apr. 21
fi From Vancouver:
Mnniin May C
H Mnhenu May 1
Vol. XIlI No .'5.M7
Oceanic Boats May
To Increase The
Wf.Bhlng'im, April 2. Following Is
the favorable rrport nf thn Commit
tco mi Territories dealing Willi thn
"Fund fur Public World) In Hawaii"
submitted lo the House Marcli 29:
The Committee on the Tcrrllorlcs,
lo whom Mas referred the hill (II. It.
llnir.) lo establish n fund fur public
works In I lie Tcirltory of Hawaii, hnv.
Iiik hail Iho name imilcr consideration
K'lHirl II luirlt to Iho llouso with tlm
rccomtucuilnllnn that It do pass
amei'drd ns follows:
In line r, strike out "lwcn(y" niid
Insert "five." Thls makes the period
nl Iho appropriation five jenrs In
i.te.id of twenty I'M. Ilullelln.l
In making thin rceummemtallou
nur rommlllee bases Uh iiclhm on
hroad grounds of national pulley.
Clasr-cd with Porto Rico.
When the exigencies of the .Spanish
war gmo iih the novcrclgnty of Ilia
Phll.pplncs and Polio Rico, puhlle hell
llmcnl was re lice led by' legislation o(
Cnnnirss. wlili li provided (hnl no rev
rnueit hhoiihl he collected from cllhef
nf H.o'io posKemiloiut, except lo ho lo
1 111 in ,1 lo Ihelr nnii trensurci.
In Iho ease of Porto Men. where It
Ik expeeteil that Amorlinn Mivrrcisii
ly will he peruuineul Congress linu
liolli glicn lo II nlmoliite free entry of
of all llr produrls to our markets, and
nihil further prnvldoH thai nil custom
iluej on foreign ImporlH he paid lulu
the Porlo Winn treasury dlreet, tlm
expeudltitic nf Ihosu fiiudii being left
wholly In tlio government of Porlo
Itleo. The amount of hiicIi customs
rcienncs In Porlo lllen In Iho last lis
eal ear -.ins 7a.1.7:i.3.
Mainland and Insular.
This 111 lion of Congress toward Por
to Itleo rtihstnnllnlly recognized Iho
pilmlpto that Hsenl regulations lie
tilgneil fnr malnhiuil Htntcs, nro not
ndnptpil lo lusnliir territory oicr sons,
ftm h Insular territories nre not part
of I he commercial hody of the main
land with the currents of commerce
111111" money ( lrtul.it Iiik throiiKh lliem,
Instead. Ihey nru delnched milts with
n !( tlnl o niuouut of clrculatliiK me
dium wllhln eaih To constantly take
lcirnucH r out hikIi ii deliiehed lerrl
Irny without boine nsteiualle return
of the name cannot hut result In hi'
.f- ' V.VS.W.V.ViyK.'fl.'W
'i Largest Stock In the City
-jj from which to make selections.
!) "Old Reliable Furniture House." i!
Y O U N Q D
L D I N
To spend money on clothes
of unproven merit Is to cquan
CONSISTS IN GETTING THE OEST CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICES.
SUCH GARMENTS A3
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
MAKERS MEW yRK
-O'l. IMI-. "
3:30 O'CLOCK causing people to notice is good business BDITION
FOR REFUND BILL
jury n II
Case of Hawaii.
In the mxc of Hawaii, wc look over
nn ctlnhllxhcd Rovernmcut which had
been u sep.uale Mierelcnly for Ihice.
(liurlers of u century. Purine that
lime Hawaii had built up Its own Use nl
sjulein. with Its customs letelpts fur
tilslilnR moro than one third the entire
Kmeriniienlul expenditures. It wan
clalncd on behalf nf Hawaii, when IIH
OiKonlr Act was before Congress, Unit
til those recnueu shnuld be leliirned
lo the Territory for IIm use. nnd It
was predicted that their Iosb would no
rlmifly emlmrnifs the local govern
ment. For five carK the Territory Ims
tried iho present system, with Incieas
A tutnl of J8.:.n2.Ufi In local laxn
Hon has been raised by taxes on land,
perbouatl. Income tax. Inheritance
tax, llienaen, occupation tax, stamp
tax, and ccry known form of Inxn
Hon. Of this sum approximately JS.'O,
00(1 ban been iipcut for the tare and
iciliiteuanie of lepers, Their local
per capita has durliiK (he uiRt flo
carB Increased CO per cent.
I'.veu these iiic.iuk could only meet
the current expensive, mid In order to
build schools nnd necessary public
works nn Indebtedness of !3,87l,U0O
las been Incurred.
The Inlal per capita lav of every
man, woman, nnd child In iho Terri
tory Is now over $22 per milium.
Cost of Living,
Tlio cost of IIvIiir In Iho Hnwnllan
IsIiiikIh Is very lilc.li. owIiir to the fait
I tint nil (he necessities of life, luelud
Iiik almost the entire food supplies,
are Imporled; tho cost of ro eminent
In llnwiill In neieRsnrlly IiIrIi. both lie
cause of Iho IiIkIi cost of llvltiR and
cniiKcipicntly hlKher salaries, and also
because of the machinery of Roveru
inent necessary tin each separate Isl
and, and the high tost of Inlerlslaiid
communication. Itnnd eonstriicllou
nmt maintenance Is expensive, for (lib
nbovo reasons, and further hecniiao
of Iho mountainous character of the
Islands nnil the mmicruus deep gulches
lo he crossed.
Dei Iiik the live years since, annexa
tion Hawaii has paid Into tho Federal
Tteasury K32:i,l2.32, or nn nxorasci
of m it 1.2511. I per ear. Tho nil
until cost of Hawaii lo us for tnlluc
lion or revenues and for Federal sal
aries Is about tICD.liiiu. Tho tu'al of
nil Federal salaries, expenses, nnd ap
propriations for Ihls same period, ex
cept defenses which nro for nallnnnl
protection, linvo been nbout $2,200,000,
or an iivitiiko of JHU.utiii pe-r year.
It will thug bo seen Hint, after ele
(Continued on Paxr 2 )
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Jokers,
Olllces: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Tclcphono Exchange No. 4.
Reliable clothes quality Is not
made by glowing advertise
A BULLETIN AD SECURES AND HOLDS THE ATTENTION OF BUYERS OF GOODS
HONOLULU. TKKKITOItY 0 HAWAII. Kill
"Tell anybody tint wants to
know that the Paradise of the Pa-
illlc still koch," said J. H. New
melslcr, of I'IiIcbro, who was a re
turning passciiKer by the China,
lie and bin wife arc on their wny
home after haling nmdo (he Orl-
ental (rip in far iih Manila. They
f were scleral weeks gueMs at the
.M o.i n a I ie f ii re going to the Orient.
"Just put down Hint the next
tltno 1 go lo the Orient I stop here.
Sine' Pie made nitldailt to It nt
every pkico nlong the route, Hong
kong, Mnnll.i and nil the rest.
Paradise is no lie when It comes
to Hawaii Tills place Is nil right t
No, 1 didn't shoot u I'hlnam.in, hut t
I would like lo haie dime It. Piu t (
nccn nn uuwn ine unc. i ie uau t
enough. Next llinu I ttop here, t
ftt MH tH Uft
A cable was this forenoon received
by the Promotion Committee from Mr
Wnldrun, Iho eomnilttce s siieelnl rep-
lescnliitlic for (ho iiieaii yacht race. In
Sun I'rnnilseo, to the elfeet that tho J
yawl I. Iota hud been entered In Ila-i
wall's ((lining trnus-Paclllc (onlest, '
Tho l.lutn belongs to the California
Ym lit Club. She Is about IIm slzi) oi
Hawaii's I .a Paloiu.i. Theru are nuv
sci en yachts entered in (he big race.
ON PLEASURE AND DUSINE8S
Prominent among Hie cabin passcn
Kts of Iho P M H H Siberia, which
arrived from Han Francisco this mum
Ing, nro John A. Ilrltlou, president of
the Han Francisco lias and Klce-tili-
Corporation, with n party, en route to
the Orient for pleasure, Amos Parker
Wilder, to bo Consul-ticncral at IIoiir
koiiK; MUs Cililn. daughter of (leu-
cm I Mnuugir Calvin of (ho Southern
Paclllc rullroul, cu route (o Honolulu
on u plenum c (rip. Hairy Ui Paddock,
Fulled Slates Consul at Amoy, K. Yo-
shluil, a Japanese merchant of New
lork, accompanied by his American
wife, on n visit to Japan; F. C. Der
rick, wife nnd daughter, of Huston, ac
companied by Miss (Icuevlcie King,
daughter of tho president of the Hank
of California, on n lour of the Orient;
luils Fpplngir, proprietor of tho
(Irunil Hotel nt Yokohama, returning
home, and l.ulher Kuuutz, a wealthy
man of Omaha, with his wife, bound
for u (rip to Japan.
(leorgo J. Kugclhurdt, a well-known
ptilhur In the Pacific Mall service. Is
on thu Siberia In tho place of II. A.
Jerome, who Is suffering from n serious
Illness and has been given leave of ub-
F 1). Wlcko has (lied a nnlleo of u
lien on an o.ik partition nnd other fix
(in ci In (he Kllto Itu Cream Parlors,
iiwiipiI by Hart & Co.. Ltd. Tho lien la
for GS for labor and material.
Some Day Death
Will Greet You
You are perhaps overlooking the fact
that you won't walk this earth for
ever. Has It ever struck ou what
a terrible tannic your affairs might
be left In, were you to answer the
final summons today? Your duty
to those you love Is to bo pre
pared to have your house set
In order. It will be wise to
make your Will at once. If
you are In doubt as to the
formalities to be observed
In drawing up such an Im
portant document, we
will advise you and will
serve you In any oth
er way that we mav
be ablo to. "
Fairchild And Steven
Will Not Go
To The Philippines
PLANTERS MUST SELECT OTHER AGENTS
(leurgo Fairchild, manager of Hie
Mnkte Hugnr Company, Kniial, who re
turned lo Iho Harden Island last cien
lug, had, among other Important bind
ncxH, whllo In the city, the considera
tion of going to Iho Philippines nt the
head of an expedition lo recruit Fill
plnos of certnln tribes for labor on the
iiugni plantations of these Islands.
Folrchllel wns to hnio been accom
panied by O. A. Hlcven, (ho well
known nuctloncer with James F. Moi
gan, who several )cars ago had nctual
experience ninon various tribes In
While Iho matter of I'ulrclilld'R lend
crshlp was under consideration (he
matter was not discussed for publico
(Ion, hut now It has been definitely
declared (hat neither KHlrehlhi nor
Hlcven will hale nnr part In thn pro
posed labor mission to tho Philip
pines. Mr. Fnlrchild was n xipular choice
nf (lie Riigar men ami Hlcven, also, was
.Mrongly hacked for the business, hut
rienlH have so shaped themselves
Hint theso gentlemen will glie two
All Places Of Worship
Will Duly Observe
MUSICAL PROGRAM WILL
BE REiNDEKED EYEKYffilEltE
FINAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE
MADE DY VARIOUS RELIGIOUS
ORGANIZATIONS IN TH E
Airuugcmcula (or special Faster
services In the inrlous churches of
thu city are now practically complete.
In addition to the sermons Hint will be
dellicred, exceptionally good musical
programs Imvu been arranged. Houiu
of the churches will hold hut (wo
services during (ho day whllo others
will hnio more.
Ht. Andrew's Cathedra! will hinu
mtvIicb Knsier Sunday as follows.
Holj communion, ! n. m ; holy com
muiilon, 7 ii, m,, morning prayer, rend
!) a. m.; nnaln.t hciunlclo mo hlmenl,
0:3) u. m.; holy communion, 11 n, in.,
(Continued on Page 4.)
We have Just received per
TERN HATS, no two alike. They
Millinery Art and must be seen
Off THEY CAN DE BOUGHT AT SALE PRICESI
SB DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE
Fine MILLINERY For Easter $
DAY. AVUIL 13, IWUli
Oo To Japanese
others the opportunity lo explore the
lahoi Held In Luzon
Mr Fairchild. nnked by n Iliillclln
man In regard lo his plans, stated that
he did not sec how lie could arrange)
(he trip. Hlnto ho was pretty well oc
copied nllh the Molokans on Kauai.
Not that the Molokans eoiild not work
out (heir salvation, he remarked, with
out any one particular man, hut that
he was with the proposition nnd ex
pected lo remain with it.
Neither J. II. Cnstlo nor Col. Hpald.
Ing would care to see Fairchild drop
the Moloknn proposition for the Phil
Ipplues and the Molokans seem to he
larxcly responsible for 1-nlrchIIdo not
being sent on this labor business.
Whatever the exact reason. It has been
decided Hint Fairchild will not go.
I). A. Hlcven stated lo a Htillctln re
porter this morning that ha wns nut
"Mr MorRRii." said Mr Stuien, "ex
peels lo I cue for the mainland in the
Alameda next Wednesday, lo be Rone
uIhmiI three months, and I will lake
(Continued on Page 2 )
TO UllllI WATER
Territory Offered Money
To Develop Kauai
LOCAL MAN PROPOSES
TO TAKE $30,009 BONDS
PROPOSED 8CHEME MAY ENABLE
OPENING OF LARGE TRACT
The gm eminent has had n prtjpo
Hon. besides the nno miido by Colonel
Spalding, offered lo It regarding thu
ilcielonment of the water at Knpaa
nnd Amihi'la. Tho proposition la for
the government to lake (ho Hinder In
hand Itself on n bond Issue. Tho In
dlvblii.il who made tho proposition Is
not connected with (be Hpaldlni; Inter
Land Commissioner Pratt objects to
the Spalding plan as It limits tho uses
nl heso waters and restricts the urcus
on which they can ho applied,
"Wo do not want lo lie llieso wnlers
up for (wcn(y-(.uo )eara," ho said to
(Continued on Fng" 2.)
Sierra a small assortment of PAT
are the highest perfection of the
- -I i
to be appreciated.
Alone Can Save
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 13. Former Representative Loud appeared
today before the House Committee that is holding a hearing on the ship sub
sidy bill pasted by the Senate.
Loud said that the Spreckcl line, from San Francisco to Australia,
touching at Honolulu, was under operation at a lots. He thys It will be
abandoned and the ships transferred to the Japanese unlets the ship subsidy
bill Is pasted by Congress.
The ships of this line Include three new boatc, the Sierra, Sonoma, and
Ventura. The Alameda runs to Honolulu and the Marlpota to Tahiti.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cat., April 13. A big reception was given Vice Gov
ernor Smith of tin Philippines on his arrival here today,
CAPTAIN KENNEDY IS DEAD.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 13. Captain Kennedy of the cruller Colo
rado Is dead from appendicitis.
GREENE AND GAYNOR MUST GO TO JAIL.
SAVANNAH, Ga., April 13, Grccno and Crynor, convicted of conspiracy
and embezzlement in connection will, Government contracts, have been fled
$570,649. ad sentenced to five and four years each In prison.
NAPLES, Italy, April 13, The fall
conditions are temporarily Improved.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., April 12.
3.48 cents, or 69.GO per ton. Previous
NOTIEVS WRIT OF
Tho Hupremo Court today ilechli'd
Hie c.iso of Win Notley. ct ill vs Cecil
llriiwn et al., proponents of (lie will
and Iho heirs, on motion lo iiuiish, by
proponents, writ of error, the Court
grunting the motion to quash nnd dis
missing plaintiffs' writ of error
Justice Wlhhr writes the opinion nnd
Justice llurlwcll iIIbhciiIs.
'I his court, extent where the matter
la controlled by the' decision of a high
er court, must decldn questions com
ing before it is If no revlslonnry mil
ium I existed, ami ns if Us Judgment
was (o bo Dual nnd conclusive, it
should neither acceller.ito nor rotary
appeals from Its decisions. .See Harts-
homo v. Hlclglu, supra.
It was suggested that tho plaintiffs
in error, after Iho icrdlrt of (he Jury
lisil been rendered (against Notley)
mid exceptions llierclom had been over
ruled by (his court, might hnio set up
other grounds for resisting tho pin-
hnio of (he will, but no such olhcr
grounds are set forth, anil, in tho ab
sence of such a showing, wc cannot as
sume (lint (hero wciu any, even If they
could have been sit up.
Win Collier, the well known actor. I
will pass through hero In the .Sonoma,
which Is ex pert eel In arrive April 25.
(oilier will bo on his way to Auslr.i -
Ha where ho has a llftccn weeks' cu -
' Lljlo of German dumcttlc nrchltcc
Weekly Dulletln SI per year. lure
SHOES FOR EASTER
one vote for !
THC 'EVENING BULLETIN f
S2000 PI'ZE CONTEST.
FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1906, J
Thj vote It good for three wests V
trom date. f
turnn a iarw rmra Fa r.M mrgrn V
Puiod 5 Ojjntb
of allies from Vesuvius Is ceasing and
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals,
quotation. 3.-1825 cents.
Deputy Attorney (Icncral Mllverton
Is spending most of his spare lime try
ing to find ii Christian lawyer, lie Is
doing It In order to fulfil n promise ho
Inrniilloiisly made to an Oriental
"II Is this wiy." explained Mllierton
"The other day Iho Korean whom I
cmplo)cel ns my Interpreter In tho Kn
lean murder case In llllo. nunc to nit
mill usked mo if 1 would do hlui a
"I s.i M I would.
"Well, Mr Mllicrum, said he. 'I
hnio nothing lo do no wand I am look
ing for some work. I am a member o(
the Mrlhodllsl church, and 1 should
i cry much like In work In Iho office
of it nice, smart Christian law) or.'
"I urn mrry," concluded Mllierton.
"but I haie not been able to find (hut
nun n suitable place yet."
Judge (leu I) Hear Is expected back
finm Maul mid Hawaii In tho Klnmi to
morrow. .i Ulllrll
Han Francisco expects (o havo IU
street railway fares reduced to thrco
ccnls by Mny I Members of tho Super
llsors' Judlelnr) Commllteo aro consid
ering nn ordinance making a provision
for tlio reduction
r It Is noted (lint English Ideals of
I comfort urn grndually altering lliu
Most women want to go to church
on Eatter morning. You have a nice
gown and a pretty hat, but have you
thought about your shoes? Our Easter
offering this year Is the largest and
best selected stock that wa have ever
presented to our customers. Every,
thing Is absolutely new and of the very
latest style. The stock has been open
ed and wc are now ready for business.
Tho above cut represents a handsome
QRYN MAWR tie, suitable for any
swell dress oceaslon. We have all
sizes and all widths.
The CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, MADE IN NEW YORK,
aro equal to the to order-tallorod garments In everything hut the price.
We have proven this to moro than a thousand men let ua prove it to
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TEL. MAIN 25. COR, FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
I L. B. KERR & Co. Ltd j
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
'PHONE MAIN 282
1031 FORT STREET HONOLULU
Fort Street, Honolulu
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