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Precedent For Economy
SENATOR RAYNtR ON
Upholds Inherent Rights
Of States Against
tnako It ntul In violation of tliu conMI
tntioii mnl treaty making power or tlio
The, precise point Involved Is the
tenth nrllrlu of tliu conntllntlon, that
IKiwurs not delegated to the United
States by tlio constitution nor prolilli
led by It to tlio StatoH iiro reserved to
the BtuteH ruHpcctlwly or to tlio poo
pte. The power of n Statu to icKUlnlo
ItH public Hchool HjBti'in la clearly
nmoiiK ItH reserveil pimorx.
WasUlnston, Dec. 12. Much Inter
eel vnn manifested 111 the Senate to
tlay when Senator Hayner ilellvereil a
Hiieccli on the JnunncBO question, lie
cniitcmluil that the Inherent rlKlits or
a State could not be violated by treaty
niiy'iiioio than tliey could be violated
by C'oiiKruBB. To mipport tblH ho cited
many cases adjudicated by the Sit
preine Court and arrayed long Illicit
of eminent mitliorltles.
Ituynor nlno gnvo the cases and nit
thorllles on the other side to tliu pro
inltlon. lie was Interrupted many
limes In bis argument by Senators
who wished to bring out spucldc
points. Ho HK)ke for more than an
Caustic ciltlclsms of President Hon
scvelt's HiHtlon on tlio .lapalieso ques
tlon iirefaced Hayncr's discussion of
the constitutional questions Involved
If tlio nillllnry and civil forces of tlio
Federal tloveriinient were to liu used
by the President, Hayner said, It be
enme ery Important to know tlio ex
act )Hiwur of (lie I'lesldent In the Hint
Continuing, he said:
It Is quite a serious matter, In le-v
or the meat calamity that has lately
befallen the city of San Franclnco, for
the) 1'iesldeiit to ronti'iiiplato the bom
hurding of the city at this time and to
ileclam war ugnllisl tliu Hoard of Ciiuu
ty SchiHil Trustees of San Kranclsco
II there Is no Justification or pietcxt
ilium which such ferocious pioeeed
lugH call be undertaken.
Tliu 1'rcsldent Is exercising n (treat
many functions legislative, executive
mid Judicial, lawful mid unlawful, con
tditiillouul mid unconstitutional. If
he Is possessed of the Idea that he
Is siiiervlsor of nil the public schools
ol the various Slates of the Union
mid he seems to be liiiuressed Willi
this Idea, because In the very last par
iigiaph of his meuttngo be recommends
the establishment of hhnotlng nailer
les In all of the largo public schools
of Iho country wo must either dU
idiusu bis mind ot this fancy or wo
must let him know that wo ngioo as
to the omnipotence of his jurisdiction
If he can lai.e possession of tliu pub
lie kchools of California and compel
tlio State to admit to thum Japanese
Miideuts contrary to the, laws of Cn'i
forulii, ho could with equal propriety
seifd us mi amendment to tliu Santo
Domingo treaty and demand the nl
mission of tliu negro children of Sun-
to l)oiiilui;o lulu tliu Willie schools of
South Carolina or any other Statu lit
Of coiirbu If the people have rairni to
the conclusion that ever) thing that the
President lecomnicnds Is right, then
llicre It, hardly any use In contesilus
any of his pioposltlons, mid Instead of
conferring upon him tlio power lo give
C'ougrom Information of the statu ot
the Union we might confer upon hlui
the function of furnhdiliif, his own pe
culiar leuh upon the entire statu ol
the iiniveise 'mid recommending any
Improvement!) or changes in the gen
eial plan of creation that bo may deem
expedient from Iho crude to the Brave
In fact, tliu President, upon page
twenty-nine of his message, antici
pates the cradle mid makes u recom
iiivnilnllon upon the state of the Union
that Icipls to place In his hands tlio a
tnhlishmcnt of the birth rnto of the.
couutiy. Now If we can only supple
meiit this function by giving him com
pleto Juilsdlction over tlio death rate
wo will have a rulo on which Ills ubiq
uity Is uiiclrciimscrlbed mid whoso uu
limited possibilities are beyond the
each of human contemplation.
Hayuur coincided with what tho
President had said In Ills message in
pralso of tlio Japanese. His sympa
thies had, lie Bald, been with tliein
dining tlio war with Russia, mid he
thought It a great shame that Japan
hhoiihl huvu been overpowered In the
coufeiencu room when shu had beon
Ictoi Ions on the battlefield. Hayner
proposed, ho said, to discuss tliu pres
ent question entirely outstda of tlio
pellicular circumstances and plant
himself on these two pioposltlons:
1 That tlioro Is no provision what
ever In tlio treaty with .In pan that
t-oufeiH tliu light that tlio President
HpeakH of or gives to tliu (iovoriimcnt
or Japan tlio privileges it clalniB in
connection with tliu public school sys
tem of California or of any other
2 If there should bo such u piovl
bIoii In tills treaty or any other treaty
conferilng this right tlio treaty wnuM
bo Mild and without any autliotlty
upon tlio part ot tliu United Status to
IN THE MIE
Oceanic Steamship Company
Ths steamers of this lint will arrive anJ leave this port at hireundart
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:
, I Here's a book offer that was never
The Morm has (.mi.- and gone, to mr h, equacd Thefe $ no pfom n
as w.uthcr Indlcutions show this fore- (o. u,; but ther4 $ a premum in t
noon. Huln still hovers in the air, but for y0U. Read, learn, and act before
the wind, whnl Hiiro Is ot It, bus ic- the Eastern Publishing House, who
supply the books, withdraw the extra
ordinary low rate made us. They are
a mine of Information on three most
important subjects: cooking, medicine,
and history: They are
RECOLLECTIONS PRIVATE LIFE
A concise picture of a great
man's life, In three superb vol
umes; regular price, $9.00;
turned to Its usual quarter.
With the storm went n gieat num
ber or oar beautiful trees und shrub.,
and in one Instance u duelling.
1". II. Kllbuy, of the lluwtillau Klcc
trie Company has had mi experience
that will keep the recent storm liesh
In his memory for many days.
Unit Monday evening Mr. Kllbey re
turned lo his hoinii III Palolo. and about LDRARY OF MODERN COOKINO
S o'clock Ills wire unu uiiuseii wim
iiuu or their children sat down to sup
per. They had baldly commeiiicd the
icpasl when suddenly the house lagan
to tremble violently In the fmhruce of
a furious whirlwind. After a few
spasmodic moves the house- ruse into
the ulr some distance and was then vlo-
lently slammed down again, lompletely
smashing the foundation. The house
collapsed ut once, smashing cvvi) thing
within. Pitchy darkness enveloped tlio
Jane Wight, Robert W. Shingle and
Alfred W. Carter, Trustees under the
Will of James Wight, deceased, here
by give notice that the HALAWA SU
GAR PLANTATION, loeated at Ko-
1.-.I l.nl nt LJuuall !ilnnrlnn A
liaaiu, (Miniiu w ,,..,...., whiwi.uniy .w .
the estate of decedent and consisting I
of a Sugar Mill, certain fee simple
lands, leaseholds, water rights and
other perconal property now compris
ing the HALAWA PLANTATION so
called, subject to certain reservations,
will be put up for lease at public auc
tion at Honolulu, at the Auction
Rooms cf JAMES F. MORGAN, 837
SATURDAY, JAN. 12, A. D. 1907,
at 12 o'clock noon,
said lease to be from January 15, 1907,
to January 15, 1830; Growing Crops,
Tools, Implements and Live Stock
forming part of said Plantation to be
taken at valuations payable by Feb
luary 15, A. D, 1907, and upset price
per annum of said lease to be FIVE
THOUSAND ($5,000) DOLLARS. An
Inventory of the property leased, val
uatlons of crops and other personal
property list of reservations and other
size 7 by 9 Inches; regular price, (conditions of lease can be ascertained
J5C0. J by application to R. W. SHINGLE, at
OUR PRICE AND OFFER. his office with the Henry Waterhouse
The EVENING BULLETIN one vear' Trust Co., Ltd., In Honolulu, corner of
Inmates us tliu lamp had fortunately .ntj anv iet of these books for only Fort and Merchant streets, after Sat-
been extinguished at tile ursi suaiu g,(x: . urday, December 22, A. D. 1906. Lease
Or the EVENING BULLETIN six to be made subject to confirmation by
months and any set of thece bookc for the Judge of the Circuit Court of the
only $7.00; Third Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
Schuman Carriage Co.'sonoma .tan.
A reliable authority on every
household subject, In five volumes,
edited by Christine Terhune Her
rick; covered with oilcloth; reg
ular price, $9.00; and
DR. GUNN'S NEW FAMILY
A doctor always In the house,
AI.AMKUA JAN. 11
Vn.NTUHA JAN. 23
'aI.AMHIA I'KH 1
SIMHUA KKH. 13
1 ALAMEDA KKH. 22
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
VKNTUHA -TAN. 1
At.AMIMU JAN. If
SICHHA JAN. 21
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, SHIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Faithful experienced Janaese driver
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PHONE WHITE 2576.
RIVEK STREET near HOTEL.
, In connection with the salting of the above steamers, the agents are pr
.pared to issue to intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by any rail
1 road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Nsw
I York b any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wra. G. Irwin & Cov Ltd
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.,
. '-J J. - L
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Qox 192.
E. J. LO&D,
Lord and Belser,
Oredjjinu, K'wcrs. Grading, Paving,
To i ,.i j. Crushed Hock.
Clack auu Wmle Sand and Soil
3t--f ( f inu l AKu
LV. Ill A KnWAIAHAO STS.
Pacific Mai) Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co, and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
NIPPON MAUU . ..
Cull ut Manila.
up. The roul sagged ilowii nun inu
looms and the iiiidcipliiuliig came up
through tliu Hour.
Mrs. Kllbey was aught under tliu
falling stotc, which was ullght ut tliu
lime, mid tno large p-imi of hot witter
were thrown over her, M-aldlng her
limbs liadlj. No sound eauiu tluiu I lie
Or the EVENING BULLETIN three
months and any set of these books for
Or the WEEKLY BULLETIN one
year and any set of these books for
Fill In Cut out Mall Today.
Please send mr the
Bulletin for and
loom wlieru Iho boy was asleep, iuii..,nc
Mr. i:ilbe. thinking l,u was killed i.r Th',se prices for new subscribers
badly Injured, forced Ills wa Into the in(J U( , advance
loom and round the buy rust asleep.
lie had not been awakened by the
The homes or Turner ami l-'rltches ut
once ofreied shelter lo the deliuused
Kllbeys. Mr. Kllbey, hnwew-r, re
mained b) the wiecl.ed home to e.-
llngulsli the llle In the sloe und oth
erwise look after things.
The house furiildilugri went iiiiu-
plelely destrojed, mid tliu house, which
has only been llulidicd two weeks, will
hum to be lehulll.
Tliu ro,uU In and about Palolo Valley
llle III tlio worst possible stale that eaii
be Imagined. Wagons uiu lulrcd down
and left to I heir fate. The Hacks of
the Huplil Transit east ol Tenth Ave
nue me abandoned, the ears going only
tluil rur ami letiiriitug.
A huge dum of rocks has been built
acioss the Hack at Tenth Avenue for
the purpose ot throwing the water to
one side mid thereby saving tliu tiuck
to tliu westuaid or that ihiIiiI.
Camp McKiulcy leichcd Its sliuiuol
the Mm m's anger. Tliu enframe was
completely blocked up by fallen tiees,
and the low- portions or the giuunil&
uic now lukes of goodly size.
A Imgu trio fell across mi oUlecr's
quartern, crushing In u laige portion ol
Soldiers, formed lulo working wpiads,
uiu clearing awuy the lesults of tl.u
Milken Island was visited by a skull
'if wind thai nearly swept It clear of
l-'ulleii 1 1 ccs (distinct the dllveuays
In mid about Kaploluui Park. The
loots lo the nlgatohu lice are not mud:
uf a slay In It In u heavy blow. It
roots seldom sink, over two or tbieo
I cot into the earth and such a hold on
tlio lop soli does not amount to much
In tliu uuchorlng line.
Old-time bathers will liunlly ivcok
nlzti the oiuu beautiful bench extend
ing between the Moulin and Seaside
Hotels. Its familiar shape Is com
pletely chnnnedund the once smooth,
clean Bweep Is covered with debris.
Tlio red light which minks the outer
cliiunel has been demolished by I he
YcKtciday morning tliu big black
buoy ut the outer Kwit sldu of tlio chan
nel got adrift ami lauded In the brcal:
crs neatly a (punter of a mile away. A
seilous mlsliup might happen thiough
some vessel taking her bearings from
It in Its piescut position, and como to
The Wnliliiwa reservoir is full to the
spillway, The.ovci IloNv fiom tliu heavy
lulus Is allowed to escapu Into the
si ream thiough tlio wtibtcplpo.
Ki eight 111 tho Oceanic wui choline
cume near to being flooded yesterday
moniliib'- Tliu plunged sewer openings
at the foot or I'oit sheet tinned u
swirl of water In to tliu warehouse ami
boiuu very lively handling of fielght
was the result.
Blank books of all sortc, Icdgora
rto. manufactured by tho Uullello Pub.
Alcohol tor iue(!ia:it(ul mid Indus
trial purposes (uu bu pinduced tiom
mi) vegetable product currying stiirih
and sugar. Corn stulks, potatoes,
spoiled grain, mid tlio waste or sugar
mills can bu protltuhl used in lis man
ufacture. Tho cost of producing dciiatuied ill
eoluil, under half-wiiy favorable con
ditions will not exited 10 (cuts to lu
(cuts per gallon. The iiiuiiuftn hiring
must, howover, be done, under the tin-
......I l. , .. Mliii.H.llali... ..( .,. ... ..... V.I ... ..,. I
,IIV ,1.1, (111)' 1 (OI.MI ,,l I,,! ft.,,,', ,1,11.-1,,
and will mid bllghlly to (he lost of pm
ducliig. The government leserveii the
light to mime the deiiahirlzlii-; sub
slum o to bu udded to it to tender It
unlit for drink.
This cheap aUohol will be of great
value an icgai ds our iivelyduy wants.
For paints, for lighting, cooking mid
numerous other uses it will have tin
(lasolliie engines, smh us am used to
propel uiitomohlles, will run eituully as
well on uUohol and iglvo more povvei.
Slightly blghei (-oinp'resslon would bu
leipilred and n hot spark generated w.
it does not Ignite us readily as gaso
Hue. In cistern cities tho cost lo the
consumer would bo ulxnit cquul on each
rommodit), but denatured aholioi
would have a decided advantage in thn
point ot safet and evaporation.
Although the product (uu be lumiii
fuel u red at so siiiuli u cost It would
not bo profitable lo produco.lt on a
small Male. It Is Imperative that the
government control the pindiict to pre
vent Its Impioper use. Tliu cost ot In-
upcitloii must ho paid by tliu mtiuiil'ai:
hiier ami us mi Intjieitor lould test a
million gallons In hu:i; us iheaply mi
one gallon this would ptohlhlt Its mill;-
uf.uture lo I lie small fi'v.
A deuahiltd alcohol iiimiuliictiiiiiig
plant, to (ost 1250,00(1, Is tieaily com-
pleteil at llttttlesburi;. Miss , and will
inniinfu' line ulcoliol from (he uioui
tnllis of biiAvdmt ji, lulu hj the luuihci
in tiii: cmcriT cotr.v oi-' Tin:
Tlllltl) JlTIW'lAl. cihcimt, ti:h
IllTOHV Ol-' HAWAII. AT CHAM
iikhs. In pu)Jiiati:.
in tiii: MATTi:it oi' tiii: i:sr.vn
OP C. AKO. DUCKASKI).
NOTICE TO cnEDlTOP.S.
Nolleo Is lieielij given Ihat l.ellers
Teslainelilaiy have been Issued td the
undersigned, C. K Al, ns AilmlulHh.i
lor with tho Will annexed or the Ks
title of C. Ako, lale ot Kailii.i, Nmlh
Koiiu. Island mid Tvrrltiiiy id Hawaii,
All ciedltom id Iho K.ilale mo hein
liy notllled to prounl llulr cl'ilis
iiKulust said IMale. duly nullicnllcat
ed, mid with the pioper voueliers. If
any exist, oven (hough tho said elalnei
liu heriired by mortgage upon real cs
late, to tho undersigned. C. K Al, at
Ids ollltt! (the City Mill Company. Mm
Itcd.) on Keknullke Stuet, Honolulu.
Territory of Hawaii, wllhlii ulr inoulhs
from tliu date hereof (which Is tliu
date of the first publication of lids
nollcu): otherwise, nicli claims, If
any, will bu forever burred.
And nil persons liidulited lo until I
tutu nro hereby notllled to iiinko liu
mediate payment lo tho underslguej
as such Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu, December 1!). IS'ir,
C. K. Al,
Adiulnlstralor with' the Will An
nexed of Ike Kstalo of C,
SfifiS-Dce 11) 2", Jail 2, !). IB.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department in connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they tu pre
pared to do 'all worn In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: :i
,J7 MERCHANT STKF.ET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLAN! PARK ADDITION
and Other Desl'able Localities
1907 coptic nr.c. ::t
...JAN. 4 HONflKONfl MAHU JAN, t
...JAN. IS KOHi:A .IAN. It
...JAN. ii AMKHICA MAH U JAN. '.'9
...JAN. 31 SIIIKHIA KKll. S
...i'i:n. i china run. 11
moncoua ki:h. is
INIPPON MAHU KKll. 2d
1DORIC MAH. 9
HQMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and CULICK AVLS.
Ho rtra&onab!' Offer Refused.
Small and Medium Sizes Complete,
a. mumi & sos,
Noa. 44 -SO King St.. Kateey Block, bet.
Nuuanu and mith SM.; Til. Main 139.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
HL Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.t
lMIICAN-HAWAILAN " S. S. CO
Direct Service between New Ycrk and Hawxli&n blinds, Via Facile
Prom IVo-w Vorlc to Mnnolulu
S3. "HAWAIIAN," via Tehuantepec to sali JAN. 15
Freight rccolved at all timet at the Company's Wharf, 41st
Street, 8outh Brooklyn.
From MortrluiLi to Sun Ri'isnclasco
B.S."NEVADAN" .... to sail DEC. 30
Prom Sun ProncUco To Honolulu
fc.8. "NCVADAN" to tall JAN. 24
Frelgnt received at Company's Wharf, Qrecnwlch St.
and each month'thereafter.
Prom Kunttlu ntid Tucomii to Honolulu
S.S."CALIFOnNIAN" to sail JAN. 8
FOP. FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
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GENERAL FREIGHT AQENT. AGENTS, HONOLULU.
.'..l . . '.-J. .u lJ-l L...T -
Mr. 9. Holh, Tailor, has imnnuM to
Meiehant street iiiswll Iho l'ostof-
Hao a Clg Stock of Toys.
LUKE ROGERS Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets.
GanatiSan-AustraSiein Royal Msll
Steamers of the absve line, running In connection with the CANADIAN- ,
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anr! calling at Victoria, O. C, Honolulu and Suva, Fiji, and Brisbane, art
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From Vancouvrr and Victoria, B C. From Sydney und Brisbane.
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AOHANOI JAN. 12 MOANA JAN. 9
MOANA l-Ell. 'J MIOWKHA KKH.
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rope, Fcr Freight anc Passage and ill general Ihfoimatlcn, apply to
Theu. B. Davies & to., Ltf. Qeasral Ageits.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
S63 6. BERETANIA 8T.
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For Walanue, Walulua, Kiibultu and ' HOOKENA
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Tor Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way) Apply on Btard or to
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nlua und Wabi-to 'S:3C u. tu., 5:U1
Arrlvo In rionolulu from Kwa Mill
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S:31 p. ui.. 7:33 p. in.
Atrlvo lliiMolnlu front Wahlawa
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t Kx. Sunday,
t Sunday Only,
Headquarter! for Automobiles with
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GUN AND LOCKSMITH. n. m.i return'nt. arrl'i li Honolulu
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP, lilt 10:10 p, m. Tho I.'.tnllcd slom only
ilit 't'onrl City ami Vnlnnao.
Cafei Opened, Typevrltcro, Cash Reg- o, P. I3RNI80N, K C. SMITH,
Ictero and Sewing Machines, Lawn . Bunt. O. P. T. A
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired .,.,,.
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train (only tirnt-Ciiva tlcltcts hcnureil). I
lcaea Honolulu every Sunday at S :-' JUi J'fll lnfi Xp tLi
.... - ......f. -wr.
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