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' ' "
The U-gUl.ilure will crillelse nn)-
w.i). Co ahead and build the dam
1 What Knliunu sloped tho How Is the
'mil) Immediate matter of Interest in
! llariv Thaw will now- take piete-lhlH
iilemo over .lapineso questions, lho
Kingston disaster or the Hulled States I
f If the nrtlon of the Supreme Court
serves to bring the Ijinal mw to n
hearing on Us merits, the public has
i.iuso to be gi at I lied
Judge De Holt ill tided he was
ashamed of himself It should be high
1) .pleasing m him Unit the Supieme
Coin t reverses his ruling.
Any municipal measure fathered hv
Tonnci Senator Achl Immediately In
eplii'8 confldenco irt the business m-l-tlon
of the town not yt
Seeretnrv Shaw bus given up tho
Idea of becoming President Offcrti of
a big Kilar) ns u bank president arc
coining bo fii't that he Is assured of u
more prolltnhlo lino of business.
Reports of the dlsnsler Mjuo.nl b
electrlcltv during liinv) uiitlirpuikes,
fihould he n suggestion for action in
time of trouble for Maw in ihaige or
electrical plants In earihnuako eouii
trJoft. No ono who has had an opportunlt)
to note the enthusiasm with which tho
California nitidis back the Iis An
geles excursion, will doubt the full
promotion value of giving visitors tho
lliiio or lliclr lives
Appropriations for the harbora ot
Hawaii lire at least obtaining a goo-l
Mart, iiini ought to keep moving uiilchs
aunt her Chrcrful pilot iinnoiinies that
Hawaii Intend to turn Its lava llowi
' Into iiatuinl hieakwnlir construction
What can the I.egshuuie do nude,
ti contract made i 'lirrltorlal ulllteis
more than Hie olfleciH who made Hie
coiiti.ict? It Is not expected that the
Legislature will rollow the Hawaii Su
pervisors' ldci and repudiate enntrntU,
California eglntirs nre jde-ascd In
Bii), misty things or the President 8 po
sition in the Japanitai school iifTall,
but piomptl) east from tholi midst u
newspaper writer who wild imple,ii,iiit
llilngs of tlirai. doubtless w(, KO()(
I in son
Hiiwall should give tmiuliH that the
, President has thrown his Influence ne-
tlvcly Into the Night for Htcamshln sub
, Tl.ll... 1. .. .
ik riuiiD. it nn aim ioc tins lerillory tho
)jLvlnptoel secvlie It iicmls. mid tfln
!i" "further linlired liemilin (,r . n,,
-'Anierliuii liutnl In tlio m nn ,,r iimi
" ln,.lln ' '
. 4 Itallwa) inniiageiH are ileieiinlncl
e-'v ilin! line- niiiii.it-ni. m 1.1. . .f l,.witi..
-- " ". v.. ,...,,.. ... iiiiiiuiiiik
the Panama Job shall ho liiimedlatel)
ofTcicd ,n higher salni) to deicit puh
Jlo tcrvleo, Jt Is an opon qiirntlnn
wlicllicr they iiro morn anxious to
worry Hoohevelt than to get tho bci
vlees of the men taken from him,
J Nn unci fmln vet) h.idl) over Ilia Mi
ni)' ndvntieo Congiiiss hint votcel foi lis
i inemltent Hint ChIiIiiM ulllirni Tim;
itountr) run afford It. nml tlio meniinnv bo brought to time executive an
reiving ought tit tie worth the price.
The onl possible ohjce-llon In tliiiti
iuec men nnin tonus tor inner ini-iauiy unusual nuiiut mis conirnci, cv
tlimnl appropriations do not nlwa)jccutlto o 111 corn In chnrge of the work
irnllrc that this Is n billion dill.irlshould lio (ho Bourco ol flrnt rcllol, ntnl
lounm "appeal to tho Legislature made onl) Iiii
A specific Instance of sacrifice of
flclcocv for politics ma) lie found III
the appointment of Prod Tnrrell to tho
z: iiosltlnn no ospetlall) well tilled b)
Armorer i:iln i:iln vvus it partlc-
i"lni i eltlilent imm, while Turiell luu
( never iirrtenikil to lie n specialist In,
this line The llullitln recognizes Ttir-
J5iiell s light to nn office according to nil1
the iiile of the political same. He hnj'cniiir Carter Is not satisfied with tho
the additional tlalm of being u war deliberate manner In which tho dirt Is
ctciun Cluir Judgment, lionet cr. I1)Iiik. the Legislature cannot net mora
would hate round n position for whlrrt
In Is as well oi belter fitted, in order
to lelnlti n m.iii who is udmlltcd, b) n
I good innjorlt) at leant, to be the bent
1 wnikmnn of his tlnss In tho Islands It
mn be thnt Klvlu was an tiillvo par-
tlnui If o. he kept might) epilel
THAT NUUANU DAM
Oouinor Carter talks of panning tho
.N'uu.iiiu dam business up to the l.egls
This whole Nuiinmi dam uff.ilr has
In en so Mirleil thnt It is ensy to mis
understnnd. but to a man on the out
side It looks ns if the Ntiuami dam
were up to the (lovornor.
The Governor of the Terrltor) retire-
K'lilK the executive nuthorlty delegated
i.) ine territorial lASisiuturo wiui uio BnriU, llt -.s0 tl,H e,cnK, The pro
rcspouslhllltv of constructing nn earth I Rr!l, n rilli.
dam in Numiuu Vnlle) I'AItT I
Cither this dam Is being built lrop-!ovcrtiirc-",Smugglcr'H llrldc' llolim
irl) or It Isn't The contrnctor is il-1 ranenitlii "IJ.UI Queen" ... Vollsledl
lug his dut) or ho Isu't. Hither money li,ermezr.H-"Oeorgl.i Sunst" ..llniwn
Is. being wnsted or the tnxpa)erM are Selection "II Trovnlore" . .. Veiill
gelling u ilollai of .ilue for eer) ilol-. PART II
The Gocinir suggests that tin
work inn) not be going forward piop.
erl). lh.it the coutinctor Is not cxactl)
.what he might wish, and theie Is n pos
blblllt) of the tnxpa)eiH' mono) being
expended to Improve or reconstruct
work nlread) suposed to bo done
If the work Is not what It should be.
, J Is It not up to the executive nuthorll)
i lu "lul '"" "orKiiieo ii'ionu or nn ai.vnis nio ai nisi moving III uniun,
I tlio task nt their own expense over which Hwnrms with Japanese ngenti
ngaln? Did the Leglslnluio leave any . trnders, nnd peddlers The modernlz
I'tHugs to tho uppioprlntlou which pre- lug of China Is proceeding rapidly. Tho
vmt the oltliors who drew the spccUl-l rntlwn)ii nro heavily patronized. IN.1-
cations nud let tho contract fioiii deal jklng Is plastered with posterH showing
liiK with the touliactor In n buslnesH-( great commercial nctlvlt) uloiig tho
lllko iiwuticr? most approved Ynnkte lines. One sin-
If the coutrnclor Is not performing ' glo thing will glvo tho outsider nn Idou
pait In a rnlisfnitoi) manner, to'of how tho modem Peking Is Improv
LATEST FROM THE
Kilauea Increasing In Activity
THE BOTTOM OF THE PIT OF HA
.LEMAUMAU IS NOW A LAKE
OF RISING MOLTEN
SPECIAL TRIP BY THE S. S. CLAU-
DINE, LEAVING FRIDAY, JAN
UARY 25TH, AT 5
O'CLOCK P. M.
This vessel will airlvo at Knhiilul,
Maui, at da) light, Saturday morning.
From her deck can bo seen Ml. Halo
ukala Using I0,noo feet out of tho sea.,,
This is thu lnrgcst extinct c rater In tho
world. A stay of fi hours at this port1
I enables passengers to visit tho Hawal-i
Inn Commercial H Sugar Co.'s phmtii I
Hon and mill Leaving Kahulut the!
sleainur nrrlves at JIllo early Sunday ,
foreiicsiii I'roiu llllo tho trip to llioi
crater Is made b) rail and stage four
davs call ho Hiielit at tho volcano.
which is lltllo enough In which In visit!
the eialcr nnd many natural wonders
in iiii vie'iiilty
leaving tho volcano I'rlilny morn
ing the re tin n trip from llllo Is mado
by the S S. Klnaii arriving In Ilono,
lulu, Saturday n. m., l'ohruary 2m.
SPECIAL RATE $52 00.
I'm further liiiornmtlon apply to
Henri Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,.
Comer Fort an1 Merchant Sts
Lunalllo Street ,
McCully Street ,
Young Street . .
Aloha Lane , ,
Aloha Lane , ,
King Street . . ,
Nuuanu Avenue ,
Klnau Street , , ,
Klnau Street . .
Matlock Avenue ,
King Street , . ,
$50 00 '
whom should the voplo look. Unit hoi
Ihorlly or the Legislative?
Unless there In something remark
.event of obvious Incompetence or In i
cf-illffcrcucu of Territorial officer
Uovornor Carter nml the officials of i
tlio Dcpnitmonl of Public Works wero
given tbe money l) the laBt LcKlsIn
lure to build that dam. They are as
complete!) responsible for tho progress!
nml perfection of the construction as I
Rooevclt Is for the construction of thu !
Panama Canal Assuming thnt Oov-'
jcifecllvcl) than ho to bring nbont bet-
iter results unless the contract drnwn
by Territorial executive ofllcers Is so
franud that the Terrltor) Is tied In .1
knot nml helpless
Why should tho Incentive of the
Terrltor) turn to the Legislature with
llio r,mnrk "Voll ino lis thin iichI.V
'Nuuanit Job, hut it has become so
.twisted In two )ours thnt wo would
like In hae )ou take hold nnd straight
(II it out"
Would not the Leglslnluio rescind,
"What lire )ou hero for?"
5C X ii , X V , W JH J? X w Ii X.
milttln tttrwttt tliiltt t.not iniwnH tulll
ll JMIIIMl IIIIMJUIIhlll I'lllllt MPIIIVM "111,
!lc Rhvn nt ,,. AIt,Xi Vm,B ,,p ,,
Voe.il Hawaiian Sonus, nr hv llertei
lutrodudlou lihengrln" .. Wagner
Selection "Itolieil Hums" .. . Stoic ll
I'ltmle 'Isle of live" Llnke
"I he Star Spangled ll.inner"
YANKEE TRADE IN CHINA
A press dispatch from Peking state
that Ilritlsh nnd American tommcrclnf
ing along modern lines: Tlinugu it
will hardly bo belleved.lt Is nevertho-
, less tho truth, thnt the best .equipped
of steam rollers nre used in llntlenlng
Loudon, Jan 4 Knitlnpinkcx have
c-cciirreil .it Mnnmoulltslilic. In Wiilcc,
by which houses were much shaken
Have YOU been In to ice
that great lot of
that we are closing, out
. at .such
We have sold many gar
ment! already but there's
They're the same gar
ment that you, have been
paying full price for up to
a week or so ago. There's
nothing old or out-cf.dato
CONTINUES ALL WEEK.
Whose Sales ARE Sales
flOW 0F 1AVA HAD
Maui Excursionists Did ;
Not Get To Scene
In Time j
Tlio steamer Maul returned earl) I
tills morning froirt the excursion to the
iau iiuv coin rejioris unit, uio now ih r
pan A number of the passengerH who
went out stii)ed nt Nnpoopoo nnd will
uttempt to reach the origin of tho flow
where It Is still nctlvc
Tho trip was ver) pleasant nnd
with the exception of a little wind on
(lie return trip the fen was smooth nil
trio wn). Purser Sheldon lu his re
"We left Honolulu .Mouila), .Inn 21,
with finooth sea mid light trade winds.
Arrived nt Invu flow Tuesdn) morning
The volcano pirt) went ashore; also
Chief Engineer King and ni)self. Wo
all walked to thu foot of tho flow. Tlio
Invu had sloped flowing, but wns still
hot In some places, where paper,
cloth, etc., could be iiurneil.
"Some of the parlv score hod Ihelr
hats nml handkerchiefs ns souvenirs.
We leturued to the boat nt 4.30 p. til.
At night we saw red-hot lire which n
lieared to lie flowing Wo luft thu lava
How nt 2:.10 n. in Wtdnesdn) "
HUSTACE TAKES UP
Chairman of the Hoard of Supervi
sors Hustace c.iltel on Sheriff laukea
this morning to look into the matter of
the iHilleo officers who It Is snld have
been discharged on account of Ihelr
political faith differing from that of
the new Sheriff. W A Kinney was
talking with the SliorlfT before tho con
lerenco took place and also held n
long eoiiverHntlon with him nfter
wnrils. Iliislneu In spc iking of his Interview
with, laukea said "laukea slated that
the men who were being' dlsehiiigcil
were nil being lit out for cause, mid
raid that thero was no political motive
III the matter
I am not niii) siuisiie.i
or this in) self and will gc Into thu mat
ter more deeplv
.i ., . ,. . . , o .0.
The Cap Cook lidge hons of St.
iiv.iih, ill in iiiLll lilllil.ll 1111VIIUH 1,11
Jauunrv in 1 he following ofllcers
were elected to i-crvo tho coming )ear'
W. P.. Dr. I' II lluniphrls; V P., Ilrit
lsh Consul It. do II. I,i)iird. W S. J.
It. Collins, W T C. A. Mackintosh;
W ,M K, Diinean, W A. M. J.ltleh
(rdson, W C Dr. 13. II Aimltiigo;
W. I S., It rrencli; W O S, J. I,.
Holt, Trustees, S. Stephenson, W C.
Hoe. S llcapy Doctors, I" II. Hum
phrls, M I), i:, Armltagc, M, I).,
P. P., Inane Coekclt.
The BU8INESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published in the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75l P" month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI tier year
Pineapple Land for Lease
22 Acres at Wahlawa
130C0 growing pines
Will leae for term of years.
Copper Plate Reception
and kvitatlon Cards
' of the Latest Styles
in Correctness of Form
Our Work B.cela
W.O.Smith and Hayselden
While It was generally eousldeied n I
rcw ,B)II IIK ,nill ,: ,., UMlv hnil '
u cinch on the presidency of the Sou-
lite, It now appears that a strong nn I
dercurrent of npiMisltlou tins developed j
ngalnst his taking tho chair. At that
time it was believed thai lllshop nn 1
nowsett wero tho only ones to be cotp
stdcred ns lu tho race, nnd when It
became known that Dow sett cherished
no aspirations lu thnt direction, It vvnt
generally conceded that lllshop would
It now nppenrs that lljshnp may
have to fight a strenuous battle if hi
Is to gnlu his iMilnt. Thero nro some
of the members of thu Hcnnlo who are
against him, nnd who Intend (o work
to have some other Senator occupy the i
flinlr. W O, Smith Is ono of those
uggcslcd, and It Is reported that ho
will accept the presidency If II lie of.
fered to him. The principal objection
to Smith is that he ls considered Tar
loo valuable material for tho Judiciary
Coniiullleo'to have him placed In the
Furthermore, It Is understood that
the Maul Senntors nre In thu hat,!!".
A letter Is resirted to linvo boon re
ievcd from them stating that they
would supper! Dowsed, hut not Dish
p. If Dowselt vvoulil not run, they
wauled n)scldcn for president. Ilolh
(In) Seidell and lllshop )invn served o'i-j
tirovloiiH term in tho Senate The ob
jection which Is being raised ngalnst
Ulshop Is that ne did not support tho
party platform plank providing fo
Couuty government, but voted against
Senntor Johli C Lane said this morn
ing that hu thought the Central Com
mittee ijhould make n reeommeiidntloii,
ilgnlf)lug Its choice for tho liosltlon
Its leeonimeiidntloii, of course, would
not lie binding on the Senators; still It
would bo mi moio than right that they
followed tho suggestion of the, party
It Is in) opinion," said Lane, "that
U ant f()r pn-Hlilont of the S.-nnto n
,.... ..i... ims n,.,M i,r,. rn,ri
the party, nml who can he relied upon
to stand by Its principles, nml not one
who has thrown it down by opposing
nne of tho planks of the platform on
which ho was electeil."
Jjiiio said further that Dow sett had
told him Hint ho would not accept tho
l.t-,il,!,H,,i. W M Ouiltl, utiu llw, t.muf
,... .........w. ,, v., u
Ilikel) candidate, ami (ho objection to
having his services tnken from the Ju-
uc cmtnltu,0 ,, ,, mcrc()miJ
by nrranglng it so thnt he would assist
the committee outside of session
Thu many friends of Wm Snvldgn
who wish to see him oulcliito again ns
clerk of tho Senate, nro not very favor
ably disponed towards tho suggestion
mado by Lane that thu Central Com
ti.lttec should make recommendations
fbr the legislative olllces. Hnvldgo Is
a member of the Kxectitlvu Committee
of thu Central Committee and would In
such it easo but cut out h) tho by-laws,
which read us follows: "No member
nf tho Kxectitlvu Committee of tho Ter
lltorlal Central Comusjiteo shall hu en
dorsed or recommended for nppolnt
nicnt to liny flnv eminent ofTlco during
the term for which ho was elected"
or m lem
Thero will be n meeting of tho Kilo
liana Art League at .1 o'clock this af
ternoon nt the League rooms. Wanks
will he furnished all members lit llih
meeting for tho purposes of entering
nny naniea they wish to submit tor
membership. It Is the dcslio of tho
League to have as complete a list as
possible, for publication in tlio Mardl
(!ni3 KOtivculi book. A half )cur's duct)
inn ho paid by now incinheii, for the
term beginning lu October. A full at
tendance) lu requested by the League.
Uu account of tho approaching cur
nival thero will bo frequent meetings.
A lift of mooting dates follows;
I'llduy, January :t, :i p. in Uidlm
In waiting and commltteo on costumes
Saturday, January, 2fi, 3 u. in. Ush
cis and committee, oil en,t nines will
Monday, Jautmiy '.'S PatluuesscH
will bo served with afternoon lea ftoni
.'i to 0 by Princess Kiiwunamikon, Mis
Clarence II Cooke, Mrs. A A. Young
j and Mitt. Call du Ilol The bouvciilr
books mid tlikctn wilt bo shown at
this meeting for tho llrst time,
' '1 iiesday, January 29, 3 p in Meet
ing of King and Queen of Carnival
with ludltK In waiting, tisheis, Jester,
I costumes committee, master of cciu
monies and I'rlvollty At this meeting
llieio will ho n ichc.iisdl of the open
Wednesday, Jauuuiy 30, 3 p. in The
i building and decorating committers
will meet nt tho Mouna Palate
S.ilmday, February 9. Meeting of
minder of ceremonies, clialrmnn ot
llooi ami usher loiumllieoB wllh iiiusli
oiiiiuiiuo to ilt-t hlti iijioii Din music
loi lint rut nl wi.
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Open Letter From
Royal Insurance Compan) of Liverpool
Man) of thu Companies which nt
Ihe memornhlo meeting of Juno 12th
voted In fitvor of a horlrontnl dedue
lion of "not less than 2V ' have, in
wo predicted, found It lliimsBlble to
fettle their San rrniiclsco losses ou
Hint linkls nml hnve been forced.
though reluctantly, to pa) consider
.able mure than nil nveiuge of Vk of
I their claims Some which voted l
adjust ever) claim on Its merits ami
lpjy tho Mima "Dollar lor Djllar,
I have fallen nwiiy from that high and
Correct standard and have subiiiltteel
'their jsillc), holders to hhuip dodiie-
lions from adjusted claims Others,
(While pa) Ing lu full have, lu accord
Mice Willi Knslern usage, exacted u
msh discount in lieu of sixty dats'
time In which to make payment
The "ROYAL" has paid every
claim as toon as the amount of iocs
has been agreed upon with the assur
id, In full, In cash, without a cent of
discount, Cumpnrallvel) few loinpa
ntes Iiiivii pumucd ns broad nnd nn llli
erul n course
Wo have refrained from commeiiiliig
upon Uio i (induct of mi) linllvidiuil
company, believing It bettor to extol
thu virtues of cpur own. The ItOYAI,
INSUKANCi: COMPANY of Liverpool
Las paid lo ilatei 2,309 claim, aggro
filling I'J.SSO.CSS 88. Wo have remain
lug but a few unsettled losses nnd
these urn chlelly awaiting authorlr.i
lion of claimants abroad, probate pio
recdlngs, oi furl hoi Investigation as
In actual amount uf lire luss
Thb "ItOYAL" continues to be I ho
lending l'lro Insurance Ccjmpany of
thu world Its annual lupuiuu Is over,
$15,000,000 Its San Kranclsco gross
losses v.ero not ver) much more than
cne-thlril of ono )0nr'n premiums, and
Its surplus, after nil lovsoti nre paid,
I will exreed tho sin plus of mi) oilier
Company in tlio world.
' It has been building up lis reserves
for years ngalnst just such n disaster
Jus came to San I'lamlseo nnd was
Iherrfo-o nhlo to meet lis great losses
jWlth cqiianlmlt). It will continue to
purstio thu uvcu tcnor'of its way ami
will doubtless ho moro jiopuhir Ihau
over with Insurers.
You nro perfectly safo In pulling
jour business In tho " ItOYAL," know
lug that It will under nil ilriiim
lfctaiic.es he able to fully and promptly
meet Its contractu mid that It will not
(resort to mi) quibbles or shiny pro
tenses In nvold lis obligations Now
Ih tho time lo inako uso of )our op
portunity Theie Is no eluding the Issue; llieio
,aio "Dollar for Dcillur" Coiiipmles,
thero nro "Six hitlers" and Micro mo
(" Wolehcrs." Thero am also Compi
ides strong, and Companies weak,
I Nu Company can offer n heller pol
icy than the "ItOYAL," fuw ns good.
HOLLA V. WATT,
Manager Pacific Coast Depiirlmeiit
I WM. (I. UtWIN H CO., LTD ,
Ageiils for the Territory of Hawaii.
The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PAD3,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to lit
up your office. We have Just received
a largo shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINET8 same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
6EWINO MACHINE REPAIRER.
1258 TORT ST, near BCI1CTANIA.
8ewlng machines foe sals,
, TEL. MAIN 117,
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
185 Hotel til.
Phone Blue Ml),
fjsjr"For Rent" cards on sal s
Ihn Bulletin 0'flra
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