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IJVENINU DUI.t.nTIN, H0H01.UI.U. T H . Tltt'lianAY. JAN 10, 1907.
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JAN 10, l'.nii
I .Mokiiaweoueii in action Is one of
the worlds wonders unit no tourist
thiiilld miss It
Taxes for l'Jii" will have to show an
lucrenMu If the) me to meet ii fraction
or thu demands that will be passed up
1 lo thu Legislature
Consuls of Pncllle purls in tu'sslnu
lit Honolulu will git coiiKldeialile in
, lormii(lonthciiit,.lvtK .on the size yl
thu American mission lu life
If terror does not iclgii among tlio
Olllclals or llusslii, It Is because till".
havu come to look iihii n bomb as one
of tho legiilutiou details or existence .
(overiioi (iilltt Joins In the opinion
that public udnilnlstiutiou lu San
Fialieli-co, tliiiugh ll be under slate ail
thorll cannot be too vlgonmsl lines
laukea assumes that men of his de
partment leslgnlng from political
clubs will keep out of utlvu politics
Thu public will vur) iulckl) know
whether the) do or not
A child's hospital Is one of Hono
lulu's necessities nud bus been for
inuiiy )eais Tho one tiling needed is
for. ojie , or,.moro .of. the persons or
..-....-. ..j .. .. ......
' iL'ilil'V-11 0mt
k. nMi.r"iiinv ..r t'..v,. u f,..,minL.
that theru mu other things moio do
slrablo ror a supisisud lepresentntive
of the people than an Intimate friend
, i-hlp with Criminal Capital.
IleiU-mann's return with n contract
for tho construction or two lingo su
Knr mills furnishes one. or the Incl
Tlents that polntB out tho s.leiidld r.i
lure for Honolulu eiUerpilsu
Japan Is figuring on big expenditures
when Its budget goes n little over
iirue hundred millions
of a hllllim
business of the United Status
thu earl) appropriation
Conio to think or It, development on '
traditional Alix.-i Icun Hues Includes
perfect IndlfTereiicu to tho war p.ua
liheruulln of thu couutr) In this class
Congie-ss is making gieat headway for
Hawaii should nht only lecond Seat
tle's motion to hnvo the National
Itepubllcaii Convention meet west of
thu Ilockles It should got Into tho
campaign us If Si little's iuluic'stH wero
It's 11 grand thing ror Honolulu to
go on record lu suppott or Thu Hague
Coureienco. There Is no other section
or our couuti) moie vitally Intuicsted
lu pence, by reason or absolute unpio
pm cdnt ss ror war.
i:. II. Harilmnii has said tint hu pie
ters either Hearst or Ilr).in to House-
cnlt. RntliinnM rnmmlllli- llm riau.irtlntl
has nnvilttli.elv made it mom .Hfflp.nlt
Jt tni 1l(ini.nvflt In rfifnr.rt llut I'triwlni'
dennml for liltn to accept a third term ,
f A remark of that character from liar
J rlmnn would elect most any man these)
Dr. Waysou will bo found with nolo
' und judd in the ranks of ciiiidicn's
lliMitnl promoters lit- linn been
talking lip this Honolulu necessity
since tour liack In the lanl century, i
'" rrt- there In mi ph)slclnn of thu
el in wlio tallH In encounter almost
dally examples of the demand for such I
SHERIFF lAUKKA'S RULE.
The declaration of HheillT Inill.efi ,
raiding pennies In hi department,
"";,"" ""' " ''7"; , , , ,1
The supple mi mal stntemeiit nuidu,
b tin pap. r which ovldui.tl) presumes,
nf la trltiill llm iilllliiiflll (i u umV fni
or Is given llm unthor.lt) to Hpvnk for
i the new Sheriff neks with hjpocrlsy
I Wh.it Iniikeu will do In host proved
I in Hie doing, and the perforinance will
I be hi i obvious that the people nto not
likely to ho lid iiHtni unless he suf
"l'r" '""" "'" Pfl"1",l,"i " tho hands
' "f rH,l frll'lllls
Whnt the piper whlrli iiBsunies to
speak fop him intends Is h no meaiiH
in doubt 'I lie gang of which it Is the
mnulhplico Ik iih much ut outs with
any non-Killticnl administration of thu
pollco department ie the Devil Is nn
(agonistic to Hulj Water. It alma to
dlrict not observe, liuike.i's cum ho.
This Is done Willi oim mid onl lino
purpose In view tho cieutlou of n po
litical maehlne which Khali answer to
its thu gang's call. Its protestations
of good Intent me us falso as thu soft
i st He that over roiled from the tongue
of ii modern Aliuuuins
'I Ills gang ii of moment 1 1 1 1 1 so fnr
as It loustltilles one of lliu dellnlte
ipialitlcs claiming u special plnee lu
the esteem of latikea
Taking the Sheriff's statement nt Its
line value, thu fullilluiunt or thu prom
leu will Inaugurate a higher standard
lu public iidmliil 'ration that will do
the commiitilt) ' jod. It will result lu
a condition uttcily foielgu to the
tiiKhlligs mid the dcslies of the "III
deiH'Udeut Itepubllc.ins who claim to
have voted for tho Sheriff
The proper position for the commu
nis is In take Hie Sheriff lit his word,
lather thrill Hie Illumined word of tho
mouthpiece And lu so doing thu pco- l' route Had thee regulations in
pie will soon learn whether limkuj Is lived a feu iIiivh sooner i-onsldcruble
running his own otllcu or Is having It imnovame might have bien cuiihuil to
urn for him allernalelv bj old lino our local iiisloins olllclals.
Demounts and " Independent " Itcpub-, t'mlir Hie new Instructions It Is im
lleans with puiHiinal and political nxesis.ii to ilieclt each Mleie or fri Iglil
ii, giiud 'interliig Into ii vessel bound for Sallua
Time Is much In suggest lu some of
luukva'M e.uiv iihiioliilinciits tli.it ho
has s.ici lilted ellliltlici to political ex
pedients, while lu oilier Instances hu
lias Improved on the old
Hill time will tell whether Ills iih
poliilcesniu good or bad. Tilt- should
I at leist be givin thu oppoitimllj to
Ipiove whether they can do the work
assigned and whether thei Intend to
do It If thej inaku good, so much tho
Meanwhile tin ie Is imo phusu of tho
mis! Company, Ltd. '
has taken over the agency of
ne r 1 he freiiuentl) submitted wiltluga to
I lift KlIIHfin VAlCIIIA ,llu I"U'eru. and sn)s imvv Hint Ilouo
1 IIW 1.1IUUWU 1 UCWUIIV u1 11(, ,l(1 blllromilnK11 ,,me ulttnj8
U been dear lo his memory. At his pres-
llOUSfi r"' lu"m' '" lms f"111"! n number or
and Is prepared to furnish tickets for
the round trip from Honolulu and re -
turn via either H Ho or Honuapc j
In this connection It has opened a-i
INF0RMAT 0V Kl HFAI
I for the beneflt of TourBt. and others,
I ?n( w a,ady tuppy Qenera nfor.
matlon In this line, or suggest an Itin
erary to any part of the Territory.
p"rtni"'" '" '""?
endeavop t0 see that visitors to Ha -
vaii are shown Its many attractions.
Real Estate Dep't.1
McCully Street $20.!
Beretanla Street , $40.
Aloha Lane $18.
1 King Street $35
Nuuinu Street $50.
Cor. Pensacola and Klnau $40.
Nuuanu Street $30.
Matlock Avenue $30.
I Klnau Street , $20.
j Matlock Avenue ... ., $25.'
A two bedroom house, stable, etc.,
on a lot 20 x 300' elaht mlnutef walk
from car line.
F.0'' one w'ek ,rom Jan' 1' 1907' wo
wl" acPl SOOfor above property.
Henrj Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
, , . .
wrner tortani MerchaDl bis
situation which admits of no nrRii
lue nt- !
If Sheriff Inukeu will put lhe h1Ico I
department mi nn honest cull service"
ili.islt, retain men pnrel) tin n basis of
efllelency 'and discharge tin in prompt
I) for liieltlclvup) , order them to kiep
out of polities mid keei them out he
nlll make a record that will leflect mi
limited ciedlt upon himself becausp It
'will Rive the people thu service lor
I t Ittrtli ll.iiir lint titling
Hi 'aVco.nplMimen. will nisei
bo nmnble Ir.iii.ho It Ih what the Hum
.. ,.,,, , 1)riMrh ,,,' ,
ecssilill) and kceiell) urgu him not to
' liven the si boot house
fin ins to the general l'an.
"A low building or wentlieied
sh ikes, u veriiudii runs Its length,
the pillars or width are of Joung
lodwood tices-ullb thu ball; still
" I Ion rs, feriiH and yood pictures
dcourate thu classrooms, which
are till finished 111 natural wood
" Unlit ptobably tit one-third or thu
cost or an orthodox school, It Is
far moro beautiful.
" lu It education loses her for
bidding aspect and goes adorned."
From lleikelu), thu Hcnutlful.
H llm above Is less expensive iih well
nn more urtlsiic for Ilerkeley, why
docs It not suit thu needs of Hawaii In
I ei ly wa '
The lotnl cunloni house has received
a tiiw- ml of legulatlons governing the
shipments of fi.Ight vlu the Tcliuaiitc-
ilii" Ah some or lilt. AiuurliaiMlu-
wullaii fctcnnieis have two unit some
Hiius tlute halt lies going at the Mime
timii thu customs liu-Miitors at this and
other, ports would be Kept bus) for the
At both sides of the Mexluill coast
thu cargoes are- subject to u thorough
cheeMiM mid It seems a useless tusk
to huvu tin m checked at this point.
Such a proicedlng would hnvo obtullied
laid thu new- regulations arrived before
the loading of the S. S Arl7.iin.iii.
Acting Culle-itor Stackablu dee Hues
In make' anv i-oiumeut ou thu new older
If the new regulations me eiirrled out
to the letter It nui euuse eonslilcrable
trouble to all parties iiiiicerued In Hn -
AID III) WRIIES
Hnrr) ll.vng. an old time tonsorlal
artist i-eiuneeted with King Kalaknun
back In tho .SOs. has been heard Horn.
n. m niinwn in u.e own oi no-
I iiulnm. Wash Mr. Il)ng hid good b)e
Ii. the Hawaiian Islands uullu u iinuilier
red a Inrce pint or the r.icu of the
earth lu travel
While Mr I!)ug resided lu Honolulu.
Huwall.ui Iio.vb and lliev :iavi! formed
" sl'1"11 itln 1,uml lll-u- through Its
' l'"""'1 ""u,u lu,,e"- ,mH "'"iiu iiuiie ,
Tim names or the members of his
blind uie Solomon Kulujilua, Cliuilesj
kahuna, Prank Levy, M. Knlhomlna,
W Cluism.iu, Jou Mahoo uud Jim Sol
omon Mr. H)ng states that due of "his
bo)H" namid Willie Chnrmnu, was re
ipntl) eaiight In a belt In a mill where
he was eninloved und hud his left arm
broken lu two pluies, but Is mending
Weekly Kdltlob or the Evenlni
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
-1 nnwn nr tn n wer JUJ year.
$2250 WILL BUY A HOME.
038 FORT 8T.
The First of the Year!
merchants and all others will want 1
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCIL8, to fit
up your office. We have Just received .
a largi shipment of OFFICE SUP- '
Ao we are closing out our 8TOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
T ll nt ii T in -,.i I
lens ui mdiniKbL nesuiu'
Herniary Wood of the riuuiollun
Couimllleu j'islcrd.0 subnilttid the fol-
'lowing rejioit ul the meeting of thu
I rnifcti ei of the Chamber "' Comnaice:
I Honolulu, Januur 8th, 1907.
Mr. W. M. (Ilffnid, Piesldint, Honolulu
Clumber or Coinmeice, Cltj.
Dear Sir Slnie pieselitlng in) last
quarterly iipurt. as Mcrelar of tho
I llawnil Piomollou ('ouimlltee and ml
ilug In nrioidaiiru with lm,tructlons
irroni tho cointnltlee, I visited the liud-
lug cities of the Pacific Coast III the 111-
,11ns! or tourist travel to Hawaii, lie
jlng Braiifd a frlendli reception nlj
pvei jHiint A direct result o mis
I trip has been iiii earnest effort ou the
part or tho citizen of Uis Alifcelcu,
I Portland mid Seattle to work up cxeui-
clous to Hawaii, the latest Information
being to Hit effect that thu plans would
in nil piohahlllt) materialize Humetlmo
during tVliiuar or March piovlded
suitable stiaunthlp iiceoinmodutluii
roulil he secured A i able-gram just le-celve-d
state's that the l.os Augclea
Chamber of Coiinneriu excursion Com
mittee has chartered ii steamer lu sail
from San Pedro lVbruary 23rd.
On this trlii the leading papers, pub
lished on the l'uilllc Coast, were fur
nished with a series of up-to-date pho
tographs lepresentntlvu of our sicueiy
and Indiititiles for future use In urttc-hs
descriptive of Hawaii
I also look occasion, while absent, to
icnew my ncqualnt.iutu with the of
ficers of the lending Commercial organ
izations or the I'm Ilk Coast and re
ceived their assurance thai whenever
Hawaii lit filed assistance In pushing
au measure In which we weru partic
ularly Interest! d their help lould be
In in) last rejsirt mention was mudu
or u map showing Hawaii's struteglu
IKisUlou which was being iompllc.1 lu
Washington The Mist edition or thlb
chart entitled "The Ciussroads or thu
Pacific" was reeelvid u few necks
slntc. It Is a )ilendld bit of work and
will undoubtedly provu to hu one of
thu very best Jiluces of advertising mat
tir ever Issued In the Promotion Com
mittee. A new edition Is now being
plcpared, tpeilul eoples or which will
be given lo (he Sfcietuiy of State, also
lo the Secret jr of the Dcpaitmeut of
Commerce iinil laibor, uud tho Hecre
tar) cir'Wnr', MS V. M. Hatch, the rep
resentative Of'tho Chamber or Co'nP
Cie-ne ut Washington, has likewise
been furnished With n c-uiiy, ns has Mi.
iOeorgu 11 McClullau, the secretary to
Snmiiles of enlarged photographs
such ns Hie Promotion Committee piii-
poses pine lug In the lending hotels on
the Coast, iiiuv now he seen in the com-
imIMho.! tuiliiu Tun limit, ulnilt.ir iilp
,..., n ,,. , ,,, ,,.,
,.,, , Moanalllai le (),1Pr tom..
tr) ,,, ,,, urp I1(JW cxIl,blll()n
, , AlgH,eg whpro ,,.,. are attract.
,.. ,. .. ,,.,, ,lf ,,
.,-,,., ..i...,..,,-. ,,.1.11,1,. ,.,,,
hold In the conimlltee'H rooms, pu3t,ed
olT suiiiSMfull) und will undoubtedly
have a tendency to enlarge the hcope
uud Impiovu thu work or amateur pno
tographcrs throughout the Isluuds.
The teachers or Honolulu huvu Just
Installed uu exhibit or their school
worl' in our rooms, which Is most In
teresting ami Instructive. Muuy fav
orable comments have been made up
0:1 tills exhibit h) strangers, Interested
IF YOU ARE LOOKING
WE WOULD LIKE TO
SHOW YOU A NEW
We have many new Ideaa
In BRACELET8 thli year
and AY ALL PRICE8.
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12S6 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machlnea for sale,
TEL. MAIN 117.
Hi the education of children, who hatej
Hilled at the rooms of the tommlttre, (
Tho advertising lint llnivnll In imw
leeching and will continue to receive'
from the different steamship lompn
nlct, doing business across Hip Pa-
.clfle, mid the lines of transcontinental
ttillwn), operatlne, In connection with
ItliPtu, will udd to the travel this way
which Is steadily ImpiuvliiE as is well
evidenced by the hotel arrivals
At our reiiuest the following ilaln
'wiis iimiplleil hv the mnnagPiiiPiit of
thu Ale-Minder Young Hotel (The
jother hotels were ulso written to for
Itlmllar Information but havu not re-
i lilliwl nt llilu wi-lllm-V
Ai.i:x.Ni:it vouNfi iioti:i.
Comparative stalemeut of uuiuber of j
August 21. VI
December 3H I
Totnl , 24293
Dally average number 93 95
Manager Hcrtschu sas further that
tho bookings already made by mall
from the innluland are suih its lo In
dicate an excellent season.
In addition lo thu excursions helm,
planned by thu commercial bodies of
the Coast, Mrs. K. T. Weutherred ic
imrts thai thu Western Tours Coin
pan), of which she Is president, will
bring down between thirl) and foil)'
people during February. Miss 1. U
Whltloek or I.os Angeles, writes that
shu bus hooked thirl) Southern Cali
fornia iH-ople by the Ventura nulling
Irum San rr.uiiisco Junuury 17th, nud
thu ltavmond nud Whltroitib Conip.tn)
tire advertising extensively u Hip to
Hawaii by the steamship Alumeda leav
ing San Kranclsco March 9th.
Our hotels aro receiving requests for
special reservations by uveiy mall. The
best boarding houses about town have
been doing u good business light along
and every Indication favors u laigo
touilst travel to Hawaii during the
next thtec in foui months.
Hncb steamer to the Coasl has tar
lled many liumlreds or folders descrip
tive eif Hawaii and that this bianih or
Hie Promotion Committee's work In
having Its eneet Is evidenced b) the
constantly Incitaslug number or In
fill I rlcs
One or the bugest passenger move
ineiits westward this )eur will he
brought ulxiut Ii) the Christian I'm-de-avor
Convention to ho held ill Scut
tle next July. Not only thu members
uf that strong organization hut thou
sands or others will take advantage ol
thu low intcs dud visit thu Pncllle Const
ut that time. Wu huvu succeeded lu
Indiiilng different 'Iiaiikcontliiental
lallwuy Hues to Include mention or Ha
wall 111 nil the matter they are lend-
'"B ollt '" lefercme to exclusion to the)
heatllo louveiinon, und wu are now
lr)lng to get the general secreluiy or
thu Christian nudenvui Ashoclntton to
mention the uitruillons or a tilp to lla
wnil lu all the advci Using mutter sent
out from the Huston olllce.
This winter will see mom pronto In
Honolulu horn the N'orlhwpst than ever
heroic. We arc also getting moru stop
overs Horn New Zealand uud Aus
The re tall business or the city already
feels thu benefit of tile many thousands
or tlollais that are being left here by
our visitors, und can safely count iik)ii
11 stead) and permanent Increase In the
volume of tourist tralllc as thu mouths
H. P. WOOD,
II BAND CONCERT 3
)( M i( X )t IfJfJijrjfKltlt
The Hawaiian band will give u pub
lic conceit tonight (weather peimlt
tlng) at the Moana Hotel, Wiilklki,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Follow
ing lu thu piogram:
March "Dixieland" Haines
Oveitiire '"1 hu Smuggler's Urlde"
Intermezzo "The Hall Queen" luew)
Uiund ?elictloii Murltaiiu". .Wallace
Vocal Hawaiian Songa..ur. by llerger
Selection "Pi luce of Pllse.i".,I.uderu
Uavolle "Illilne Sounds" ..,, I.itann
Wultz "Thu lie.iullful llluu Dauiibt"
Tliu Star Spanglid Haniier"
if )t t K ,' n ( IC . W ; ;( f K M k
H HONOLULU WEATHER J
K )f Jt )t ( 50 )( i n X if X ; it I
Ttliipeiuttlici U 11. in, 71; a u. 111,'
71; 10 11. 111, 71; noon, 7ii; moinlugj
minimum, GS, I
Hurumcter, S a. m, .i83; absolute
humidity, ? a. m, 7.USG giulus per;
ciible foot; iclathe humidity, 8 u. 111 ,
!G per cent; dew point, 8 n. 111 , G7.
Wind 0 a. m , vtloclt) 12, dliecllon
S. U.; 8 u 111, velocity 1. direction N.:
1 10 u 111, veloeit) 10, direction S, i:.,
llioou, velocity 11, dlicctlou S i:.
Unlnlall during 24 lioms ended 8 a'
in., M inch.
Total wind movement dining 24
hours ended ul iiikiii, 17'J iiiIIuh.
WM. II. SIOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. WoatUer Uureau
Electric Light Is
The Safest Light
There ic no flame, no tinudge, no heat, no odor; no watches need
ed. Electric light doec not consume oxygen, Hi-rcfore does not rob
your air of vitality anil freshness.
If you desire, our representative will call and give you any fur
WRITE OR 'PHONE MAIN 390.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
Tel. Main 390
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich unci Mellow
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTER8 AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
The Same Night Take A
WHAT A DIFFERENCE INvTHE '
NEXT TO YOUNG HOTEL.
OPEN ALL MIGHT.
ALL NIGHT . .
vrvv,ri?'r f'sVv-vtfw vcr
Chamber Of Commerce
Help Hague Tribunal
Thu Lloud or the Trustees or the were- v anted The business men did
Clmmher or Conuneicu nut )esterilay npjinrcntly not vMsh to venture out on
ntterillMlll ror Hie lMiriieirte of liupuimt oullliM lliln lee of leenl (mint riletlmi- Ml
Hie iiroio'cd Pan-Pacllle Congress, hut
t um t(K,i( Ui sovenil other Iiuportautl
inntters 'it nil in and ptonilsod in be pieseiil
lloweti, for the i-eimmltlce on mem-, when the mutter wits taken up h) Hie
beislilp, riiorunended thu uanies of II filar Asso-intlou, to whlili It was it
P llaldMtii and Htehnnl lveru lor inein-' fined
hershlp. Ilotli wero eleited
Thu secular) of thu Moliimk lonfcr
cntn wrule, usMug the Chamber to as
sist In the mailer of the peace cuiilt r
nine at TIip Hngue Thin was iiceoin
Idlbhed Ii) a chcular Ictlir on tint sub
W. It Cuslle, wlio hud attended the
Mohon I; Coufeieuii! hist Ma), saldi
1 be loufeienee lu the spilng would 111
lerest Itself in leduelu the horieiru
of war. Although The Hague trib
unal hud 110 po.ver to en fence its de
cieef. It hud made over 200 decision.!,
till or v.hlih, villi the exception of
three or Tour, had been curried out
Castle went on to describe the Mo
honk Conference anil the people who
had gatheied theie. He said that tie
opinions or tlise conrerenccs were
much respected throughout the United
i tales. He ended by reading the 'eso
lotions adopted lu which tho President
was ashed tu torward ccituln plana to
havu liie Hague tribunal peipetimlc 1
mid recognized, to have Its decisions
nfurced und have armaments reduced.
A letter fiom the Alaska Yukon ex
hibition usked that Hawaii place an
Thu New York lloaul of Trade und
Tranipoittitlou nuked the Hoard to
end a delegation lo ttu convention,
vlik li was to tal.o .'ilnco boon. OlITuid
leported ihat T. M. Hutch had been
delegated tu ropiesont the Chambei.
(cm. Mcl.ellau wrote for liifouuatloii
legaidlug the light ut Mtil.npiiu. Thu..
"tild Sccielary Wood, l.od been fui
nlel ed I1I111, and us Captain Ottwoll und
Captuln Carter had sent iccommcuda
'luus to Washington uboiit tho matter
' ll w'l!l tlio-isht best not to take uny
I further step3.
Suietary Wood read a lettei fiom
the Illlo Ciiumber asking ror assistance
to beciiiu u breakwater foi that city. A
number or letteis from business nr-
Mul7iitlons on tho iiialnlnnd promising
10 aid the scliime, weru lead,
Captain Slntter) wrote thanking the
Chamber for Us efforts to have him ie
main In Honolulu. Although these had
been unsuccessful, ho appreciated Hie
1 plrlt wltli which they had been made,
A vote of thanks was given to S'itteis.
1 The havoc which the present Jury
Muvv wph plavlug with ninny bubinebb
houfes, all of which ttood u chance of
Icing eeiluusly crippled Jt almost un)
time by the drawing of Its mort vain
able men foi Jury duty at 0110 lime, wan
(he subject of toiiBidciuhlu discussion,
W Tl. Cnstle asked, us leinesenllng the
liar Assoclnliou, wliut uiueuilnieiits
Vkaiaiijftj-Nfiitfirfi' ii iiini ilnivt ii'rr ' r - I
rr - n ?n ctj ra t?i,y,5?5
the) satisfied themselves with recllliig
thell various tubs uf weie. Castle look
Secretin) Wood icjmited that ho hud
examined old minds, und round Hi-it
the Chamber hud pledged Ituclf til pay
Sinua low.iids (he support or the Na
tional (lunril a eni ror PJuG and I'.'uT.
'I his amount had bieu paid ror 190(5. It
was. nrier tome discussion, decide il lo
huvu thu legislative committee usk the
l.cjtslatuie lo appropriate for Hie
Ruaril Tho Piesldent was given mi-
thoiltv to hand oer the $1500 lu such
sums an weiu needed from time to
A resolution ns follouS, piep.ued by
W. It. Castle, was presented by Ml.
Spalding and adopted: f
THU HAC-UK TIU11UNAL.
When as, Thcie will be piesonted to
the -second Hague" Conference, to he
held about the inonth or May, 11107, cer
tain considerations regarding Interna
tional mbllrntlon, with the end In view
ul extending the scope or Its powers
and renderlii'; It u tribunal or 11 pui
taancnt character, providing a general
arbltititluti tieaty ror the aceeptuueu of '
all the lowers and suggestliu; a plan
for the icstrletlon of urmuuieiitu of llm
Wlierear, The iJike Mohonlc Confct
nice 011 Iu(uriiutloiial Aibltrutiou hua
unanimously adopted certain resolu
tions petitioning the I'leuldeiil of the
United Stutej to instruct the delegulea
lo The Hague Confluence from the
United States to urge iiron the coufci
nice the lavorublu cunsldeiatlou of
tilth three iiie.uuue; uud
WliciPiid, It Is tlesliublu that all lep
lesentntlve bodies lluuuglioiit the Unit
id Stutes should take action lu favor
if lliu cxlcmlou of the powern and
bcopu of action of The Hague Confei
ouce, to thu end tl ut the pie-ucntutiuii
or such matters by the dulccatcs fiom
tho United Slates siiult be iu utioug a)
pojflble. und shall lu fact repici.cut tl.u
eullUiteiiid public o.duluu ul thlscuun
Itctulved, That tlm Ho.iolulu Cham
ber of Conuneicu hoicli) litaillly en
diirsc.i the platfoim und rceolutloiih
itnniiliuously udupted b the Lake Mo
honk Confeiencu on luteruatlouul Aibl
trutiou ut It 11 I'veirih annual mectlm,.
held Slav 30, 110c, lelntlvo to the rim
.i:tattoti ol lliu litpuruut subjeit of
extending the povara and scope ol uc
Hon or Tiu Huyue Cotifcreuce, 10 that,
ll uuv bc-coiuu a peiiuancnt uud lecog
ulzed Cont,ic3- or the Nations, with"ad
vUoiy pur. i" s, th.il ll may picpaie and
Hiilimlt n gciiernl nibltintlou tieaty for
thu acceptance of all (ho nations; ami
thai It may comddci and propone, u jilan
(Continued on Pago 5)