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Vol. IX mo 3597
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THE BULLETfH (UIMHIEES IDE BUI READERS
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HONOLULU. TKURITORT OP HA WAD. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1907
JfmoB 5 Obnth
I ' A
To Highest Notch!
TI10 Hoard of Immigration lntc
from Special Agent Stackable, who has beet) lingering around l.on-
don In seurch 01 n charter, at somuwhorc near reasonable terms, to
take 11 Btenmcr-load of Spanish Immigrants to Hawaii.
The prevailing rates nro ho high as to make them practically
prohibitive. The advance Is nearly n hundred per cent, over the lig-
nres obtnlned for the Snverlc passengers.
Tliu recommendation now made Is that further action bo delayed
until March, when there Is ft probability of better rates ruling. This
seems to bit tho Idea of Mr. Stackable, and thu Hoard or Immigration
will doubtless reach a decision In 11 few days, although there seems
but one way out, and thai Is to wall.
.I. . )
IAUKEA SAYS THAT
HE MUST CUT FORCE
Consideration of the bit; cut lu the
" 'H)llc6' nppioprlullon which wus miulo
by the Hoard of Supervisors ut their
lust meeting is taking up u good deal
of SlierlffJiWkcjv.VJmo. It Is a won:
of considerable 'difficulty to adjust tliti
depnrtmeui to the small force which
must necessarily' be malutulned with
so smatrW appropriation uud stilt pie
nerve lis 'effectiveness In the greatest
possible degree. Tho cut leaves, only
$t!000 for'the salaries of tho xllce de
partment; ofllcera and ns tho average
, appropriation for this expense has been
.about $S00O It can bo seen thut tho de
partment Ih placed at n great disad
vantage. In speaking of the mailer this morn
lug Sberlft luuktu suid:
"I have been trying to adjust mut
ters so that tho department may bo
mil lo the best advantage on the small!
impropriation which wu have been al
lowed. From what 1 understand, this
will be for two mouths. I talked the
mutter over with Chairman Husluce of(
the Uoard of Supervisors tho other day
nud ho explained to mo that It was u!
lu tho way of buck fares and incident-!
tils there can be sumo saving but wot
cannot use this for salaries. There Is I
?2.",U of this which is turned over for
the expenses of tho Attorney General's
department in summoning witnesses
mid other like expenses. This It seems
to me, ought to come through sums
case of necessity and that It was im-
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
talners to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
hflffrwlR,taia..i- . fuurtt4'
Rales Up j
yesterday received n cnbleRram
posilblo for the department, to be given
more, money because It was not avail
able. "I think that with the strictest econ
omy we shall ho able to get along but
we will have to sail pretty close to tin
wind. The foot jtollce have been cut
down in number from thirty men to
eighteen, making 11 saving of $840, and
thu mounted men are cut from eleven
to eight, saving $283 more. Then w.i
figure on dismissing two court officers
nud one clerk, which will mnko utioth
er saving of approximately $235, though
I cannot say how much exactly us It
has not yet been decided .what men
will be let out.
"I bellove that wc ran make a saving
on tho matter of expenses for which
we are allowed tlOOU by thu 'county,
other source than the pollcu depart
ment. "There Is another matter whlcn Is
very Interesting, that is the way lu
which tho police department pays foi
the work done from tho ofllcu of tho
Attorney General. There are two men,
Oflltcrs G. K. Hubell nud Curl F. lloro
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a a .
The many guests of tho Moana and
Alexander Young hotels asked per
mission of Manager Ilertscho to give a
dance at the .Moana tonight. The re
quest was courteously grunted and the
hospitality of the Moana includes not
only the patrons of the popular hotels
but all tourlstB In the city and society
lolk of the Islands as well.
Help In Life
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doora everywhere.
The time la past when education was
an all-sufficient passport and a guar
antee of at least moderate prosperity,
Nowadays a man Is measured by his
clothes as much as by his knowledge.
Society and business life demands of
Its members the observance of a cer
tain code In clothes,
Good taste counts for more than
money In this matter, and good taste
Is always assured In Correct Clothes
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
THE K ASH CO. .LTD..
TELEPHONE MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL 8TREET3.
Pass Darri Matter To Legislature
(Amucliilid fraia Special Cble)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 23.
President Roosevelt has sent a spe
cial message to Congress In which he
urges the passage of the bill subsidiz
ing American steamship lines to the
Orient and South America.
DRAW JURY FOR THAW
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 23. The
Impanelling of the Jury to try Harry
Thaw for the murder of Stanford
White began today.
16 MEN ENTOMBED
PRIMERO, Colo., Jan. 23. A mine
explosion took place here today. It Is
believed that sixteen men are entomb
ed. SHONTS RESIGNS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 23.
Chairman Shonts of the Panama Canal
Commission has resigned to be'eome
president of the Interborough Metro
politan Company, controlling the rapid
transit lines of New York.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Jan, 22.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 9 3-4d. Par
ity, 3.84 cents. Previous quotation,
RACE TO MUSIC
The liidlcious obstacle race, Willi
original means to retard piogress Is
thu event at tho Itluk tpulght. Hand
muslu all thif while.
Do net let care get away
from you when you have
pspeia of vilue to be kept.
We have safe deposit box
es for rent for four dol
lars a year and upward.
There Is nofdanjer of loss
by fire or burglary.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd!
and care in connection with the admin
istration of an estate Is assumed by us
and by methodical system and the util
izing of years of experience, we are
able to render Judicious and highly sat
Fort Rt. Honolulu
10 T FUNDS
Governor To Appoint
MEETING IN T1B0NE ROOM
TO ARIANQE AUTTbRS
PROMINENT MEN OF CHINATOWN
TALK OVER RELIEF OF COUN
TRYMEN IN KIANGSU
,A committee of fifteen, with Gov
emor Carter us chairman, Is to lie ap
pointed by tho Governor to collect thu
iiiiiiIk for the starving Chinese of Ki-
lingsu province. The funds will ho
forwarded to thu sulTcrlng people of
China by tho Governor.
This is thu result of the meeting
which was held this morning on thu
call of tho Governor to talk the matter
over and arrtro at some solution
which has attended the collection of
Although n large amount of money
lias been collected from the Chinese
of tho Territory for their needy brelli
ron at home, th)re has been consldr.
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wide-awake investors. We hav:
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the limits of every stock we recom
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Suite 243-244 Monadnock Building,
San Francisco, California.
The Money You
THIS SHOULD NOT BE 8PENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVE8T IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF FURNI
TURE. 8EE HOW MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE 3TORE8 OF
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(Amoclatcil J'rrti Special Calle)
SACRAMENTO, Cat., Jan. 23. The
State Assembly has passed a concur
rent resolution Instructing the Attor
ney General of the 8tate to represent
the 8tate In the suit concerning the
tAumetoittt Ftttt Suuilnl CaHil
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Jan. 23.
The attorneys for Siemsen, the gas
pipe murderer, have taken an appeal
to the Supreme Court, which will act
as a delay to his execution.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Wi Will If
But Must Pay The $500
The Iluseball U'ligue at n meeting
this noon decided to buy the Intel est
of the Oalius for $500. The Oahiis then
' gave notice that the coin must be forth
j coming tomorrow, or they would sell
I to the Diamond Heads. It now remains
l to be seen whether the league will be
able to make the deal.
The meeting wus held at the olllce
of Frank Thompson, who presided.
The chilis were represented as follows'
I'uuahous by Dr. Muusnrr'ut, Millies by
King, 11. A. t's. by Glensou and Knlk,
mid Oalius by Thompson uud Hlcliurd
son. I'a Ik made the following motion:
That the franchise of the Oalius be
taken over by tho League and the sii'in
of $."00 be paid for It by the trustees
for the lA'.'igue's account, tills sum to
lie deducted from the league's sharu
of receipts until paid.
Thompson wauled to know wheie
the money was to come from. I'll! I.
said tho trustees would provide It.
IllchardMiu said two trustees, Iseu
berg and Dowsed, would give up no
Thompson suid that the Oalius hud
been offered $1150 for their shine, but
they would stand by their oITer In the
League to sell for t 0U. However, they
Governor May Stop
lark on Nuuanu Dam
It Is probable that work on the Nuuanu dam will be brought Ion t
Hidden close within a few days. Governor Carter stated this morn-
lug that ho had not yet leached li definite conclusion lu file mutter,
but ho hud about made up his mill. I to cull Superintendent of I'nblic .
Works Hollowuyund Assistant Suieiliilendent llowland before lilui .1
for n'ronference over the mutter, to decide whether It would not bo -
best to stop ull work on tho dam until after the legislature meets uud
pass me whole matter up to that body for final action.
Governor Carter Is greutly dissatisfied because the dirt does not
My fast enough to suit him. Ho is not prepared to state who Is to
blame lu the mutter, but he is sure that some, one is lo blame, either
tho administration, us represented by himself and tho Superintendent
and Assistant Superintendent of l'ubllc Works, or the contractor.
"I don't know who Is to blame," suid
Governor Curter this morning. "I urn
willing to take my share of tho re
siHiusiblllty. I am not trying to shirk
It. Hut It Is certain that something
Is wrong. I am willing to pass the
matter up to the legislature to de
termine who .Bliould bear the blame of
tho matter. I will leave It for thu leg
For All Parts
go to make The Thompson line of
PRICES KOO, $$.50 & $5.00.
INNER80LE SOLID OAK 80LE
COUNTER-BE6T SOLE LEATHER
THREAD WAXED LINEN HEMP
LINING WATERPROOF DUCK
EOTTOM FILLING-FINEST CORK
OUTER 80LE ROCK OAK SOLE
STITCHING BEST 8ILK THREAD
SHANK THOMPSON'S STEEL
HEELS BEST SOLE LEATHER
Manufacturers' Shoe Go,, Limited,
Pit Is Fast
I Special Bulletin Wireless
HILO, Hawaii, Jan. 23. The lava
flows In Kona and Kau have ceased,
according to the latest reports.
Kilauea activity Is still Increasing,
The pit Is filling. Surveyor Baldwin's
drawing shows the entire bottom on
Rev. Thwlng says that acres of liv
ing lava flow crossed the Government
road In two places. Baldwin visited
the places and estimates one 150 feet
wide and the other 1,500 feet.
The destruction to this road with
the telephone poles and interruption
of traffic Is practically the only dam
cge done by the flow except probably
come high forests burned.
did not want to have to collect tlu
money lu driblets, when tliey could gel
ciihIi. ' ',
Tile lliumclnl situation was discussed
to a i ii.il extent, but llually t'lilk
Thompson gave uolhe for the Calm
that tho money must bo paid by to
morrow noon or they would sell out tc
the Diamond Heads.
, iviuk wuiiitu .iu Kiiuw u llie U.lllUb
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4.4.t t. 4t
islature to say whether Holloway ami
llowland should be dropped or whether
the contractor should he let out uud
his contract cancelled."
Tho Governor states that his reason
for tho contemplated action Is that
nothing Is being done, or very little,
toward the building of the dam, "I
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