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ME BULLETIN UARANTES THE WM NlHS
Vol. IX Nn 359?
HONOLULU. rKKRITOKY OF HA WAIL P1U DAY. .IANUARY25, 1907
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CARTER HAS POSITIVE LIQUOR
In New Bill By Long
TERRITORY FORCED TO PAY VALUATION
ltcpresentntlvc-clect i:. A. C. UniK
lh nt present engaged In the framing
(if u bill, which would revolutionize
tin- present tuxutluu system. It plnin
i.ntliliiK more nor less tlmn to make
the government live u.'i lo the vnluu
tloiiH, which it places on property In
It h assessment. In other words, If a
property owner II lulu that lilu land hai
been usscsscd too high, nnd he cannot
or will not pay the tnxcH thereon, he
can simply form the Territory to buy
the propel ty ut Hh own valuation.
TIiIh Kt'heniu would ccituinly have n
tendency to mtiku the tax uxxestor
very careful not to fix IiIh valuation
too high, lent the Territory be forced
lo swallow Iik own pill,
"Ah It Ih ut preHcnt the assessments
are often forced ho high that the taxes
amount to more than the Income."
xuld ,lung thin noon, while explaining
the features of IiIh bill. "I plan to
have It xo that If any one linn u piece
of land, on which he thinks he Ih an
feinted too high, and the Supreme
Court sustains the assessment, hu can
turn around und inuke the Kovernment
buy U at the price,' which It holds that
It Id worth. The government would
not necessarily liavo to uy rash for
It, but could ninko pitynionl In bonds,'
bearing liifcfest iff, any, 4 j)cr cent,
Issued for that purisjse. Then It could
tut lip the hind Into lotH for settlement
or dispose of' ll In any other way It
"It Ih very often that u man Ih luude
to pay largo tuxes on u piece of lam
which brines him little or no Income,
und which ho cannot afford to develop.
If he Delhi It to the government ut the
valuation, which It says Is fair, hu
will have u negotiable medium, and
can go Into business on u smaller
scale, developing n smaller iiroperty.
lly this menus u larga iimouut of busi
ness would be done, where othcrwUo
large tracts of laud are lying idlu
without being diveloped."
Will Dltcuta the Pltaaurea
of alary In
Do net let care get away
from you when you have
papera of value to be kept.
We have aafe depoalt box.
ea for rent for four dol
lars a year and upward.
There la no danger of loss
by fire or burglary.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
Sam Johnson may resign us 4
Hoad Supervisor for the County 4
of OMiii. t
Johnson has not said so hut 4
It Ih definitely known that he t
4 has been offered n first class
position on Maul In thu service 4
of u leading coiporallou und at 4
4 :i good tuilur). As Mime of his
friends think that u good posl- 4
4 tlou III private seivUe with
4 npisirtiinlty for promotion Is 4
4 better than nil) thing that can
4 be offered under uny govern- 4
4 iiieut on earth, they say theie
Is u iHisslblllty of Sam icxlgii-
J out what Johnson will do Is 4
not stated. It Is lertulu Unit
4 he Is not dependent on the 4
4 County for n first ciass place.
SOLD L.QU0RJ0 MINOR
Ah Chcong, Chinaman who keeps u
saloon on Hotel street was found guil
ty of selling llipior to u minor In '.ha
police court this morning and wus
fined SM) by Judge Whitney. This Is
one more conviction to he placed to
the credit of John Martin, whojx huid
after this class of law breakers.
BRINGS JRIG CARGO
The Matson steamer Unterpilse Is
due this afternoon In llllo und should
reach Honolulu about next Wednes
day Shu brings u full load of general
meichiiudlse, 1800 tons of which Is for
llllo and the remaining 2000 tons for
this city. The llllonlun has been on
the dryilock being thoroughly over
hauled und will soon lie hack on her
run between this city, llllo und Sun
MrFtr Rent" carda on Ml at
the Bulletin office.
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
tainer! to any part of the city,
LEAVE ORDER3 AT
Help In Life
To be correctly clothed will make
friends and unlock doora everywhere.
The time la past when education waa
an all-sufficient paatport and a guar
antee of at leaat moderate prosperity,
Nowadays a man Is measured by hla
clothea ac much as by hla knowledge.
Society and business life demands of
Ita members the observance of a cer
tain code In clothea.
Good taste counta for more than
money In this matter, and good taste
la alwaya assured In Correct Clothea
for Men, bearing the label of ALFRED
BENJAMIN & CO.
THE K ASH CO,, LTD,,
TELEPHONE MAIN 29.
COR. FORT and HOTEL STREETS.
Mxuclalcil I'rft Bp'tlaX CalUt
ROME, Italy, Jan. 25. The volcano
of Mount Aetna la very active. Slight
earthquakea have been felt here to
Mnockilrd Prett Xpttfal CalUI
LONDON, Jan. 25 It ia rumored
that Qovernor Swettcnham has re
signed hie office.
Spain s New
t.ifmlaled t'rtnt Sperlat Cable)
MADRID, Spain, Jan. 25. A Con
aervatlve ministry with Maura, as Pre'
mler has been approved.
Judge Weaver lias,, gi anted u regis-
teied title to about, 1100 .acres of land
on the island of Maui to the l'uleliit
t'lantation uomiuny of that islund.
In the hearing of (heabove the Tcr
rltory, us a respondent, laid claim lo
title In fee simple lo certain rouds
across these hinds. The roads were
surveyed and a compromise effected
wheiehy the plantation was willing
that tho title to thu toads should vest
in the Tprillory.
Judge Weaver refused to Issue any
mich title. He grunted tho -Territory
right over the rouds by no title.
This question is an issue of law and
II Is the opinion of many that the mora
certain solution would he for tho leg
islature to make u change In the law.
and care In connection with the admin
istration of an estate la assumed by us
and by methodical system and the util
izing of years of experience, we are
able to render judicious and highly sat
For 8t. .Honolulu
The provisions of the Act of Con
gress or Murch 3, 11)03, to rcguluia
the Immigration of aliens Into the
United Stntes," apply to alien Immi
grants, hut not to aliens domiciled Hi
the United Stntis who may have cm
porarlty gone aluoad and ute ictiiru
Such Ih the decision rendered by
Judge Dole this morning In the matter
of the petition lor u writ of habeas
corpus Cht)umatsu Nukuxhliun. Thu
decision is of extieme Imwrtiniie, so
lunch so that the probabilities are that I
the mutter w)ll be appealed by Unite i I
Stutes District Attornc) llicckoux to1
the Appelate Court of the United
Judge Dole grunted the writ of
habeas corpus, but ordered the man he
not released .until tomorrow, to give
HrcckoiiH time to hear from the De
partment of Justice ut Washington hh
to whether, or not he shall take uu ap
peal, Chl)ouiulxii Nukushlina wus it pus-,
seuger from Japan lo America last full,
and was denied n landing ut Honolulu
and ordered to he , deported on the
ground that he was nn alien Immigrant
and wus suffering from u contagious
disease known as trachoma. He de
nied thut he was mi alien Immigrant,
or that he had tho. disease, and alleged
that he wax a subject of Japan mid
had lieu for more thuu four jears a
lesldent of the United States, thu
greater part of which time he hud IHed
at H.M Jose, California. He said he
had been called upon to serve In thu
Japanese army, und having been dis
charged, was leturnlng to his homo in
San Jose. On the way he hud attempt
id to laud ut Honolulu to visit friends.
His wife Is still living at Sun Jose.
Thu Immigration authorities did no.'
consider the question uh to whether
tho man was uu alien imnilgrntii or an
alien lesldent, bill disposed of it mere
ly on the ground thut he wus tin alien.
Judge Dole sus thut a person seeking
to enter thv I'ulted Stutes who is uu
alien resident Is not within thu Immi
gration laws und may not be excluded.
The petitioner is discharged subject
lo the taking of tin appeal.'
Tho Hawaiian Club will glvo mi ex
hibition of old tlmo Hawaiian dunces
at tho llaaleteu Lawn next Saturday
evening. January 2C, 1907, from 7:30
to 10 o'clock, corner of HIcliards and
Hotel streets, opposite thu Hawaliuii
Hotel. Tickets at tho door
The Money You
THI8 8HOULD.NOT BE SPENT
FOOLISHLY. WHY NOT TAKE
THAT CASH AND INVE8T IT IN A
DURABLE ARTICLE OF -FURNITURE.
SEE HOW' MUCH YOU CAN
GET FOR IT AT THE STORE8 OF
J. HOPP & CO.
1053-1059-1065 BI8HOP ST.
Get Out Of
PEKIN, Jan. 25. Russia will Im
mediately complete the evacuation of
Manchuria. Ever since the war with
Japan, Russia has maintained a large
force In northern Manchuria,
(Aitorhlril J'ifii Hpvrtat CalUI
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 25. An
unknown ship has foundered In the
Black Sea. Sixty workmen who were
on board and her entire crew have
(Atmilmttd i'rcif Soccfal Calls)
WASHINGTON Jan. 25. The
House of Representatives has passed
the bill providing an additional Fed
eral Judge for the northern and south
ern district of California.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 24. Sugar,
96 degreea centrifugals, 3.48 cents or
$69.60 per ton. Prevloua quotation
Fine Job Printing at tha Bulletin.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Governor Is Opposed
To ProposedLiquor Law
DANCER TO CITIZEN'S LABOR
(lovernor Carter Is stmiigl) opxxei umong local Japanese oerwhat they
i to tho proKtxed now llipior hill, and think In class legislation nguliiai them
1 especially that clause of it which bars and uuv moi such ns the one m
aliens from obtaining liquor licenses I teniplatcd will nl add to their feel-
Tho (lowrnor said Hint ho could
not say now that hu would veto xuclil
u (aw, ns it might contain other pro
lxlonx of sufficient value to outweigh
this inuleslrablo feature, hut hu Inti
mated thut ho would do nil hu could,
other things being equal, to prevent
any nieli provision from going on tho
Htnliio hooks of tho Territory
The (lOVemor liaxcH Ids objection
to the clause debarring aliens from
wiling liquor on the ground that tiny
such legislation will ho liable lo en
danger tho Citizen Labor law
Lax! fall, he stales, 1'ieshlelit
Itoosewlt and tho United Stutes At
toruey (leueral asked him If ho did I
not think tin1 Citlieii Labor Law
ought to hu ouMtiirned. The llcnernorl
vtales that lit that time he urged thu'
It hu left alone, and ho won Ills poln'
ngulllst tho objections of the l'resl
dent, who wax dually provafled upon
to take no action In thu mutter
At that time, low ever, states thu
Qovernor, District Attorney llreekoni
gave an opinion to thu local Jup.uiex.t
miwspaHtrs that thu Citizen Labor
Law ix unconstitutional. This oplu
ion wax printed III tile Japanese paiei-.
The Cowrnor clutcs thut hu under
xtitnds thut llrcckous has glycu an
opinion to the liquor dealers to tho
(fleet thut the promised legislation to
keep aliens out of tho liquor business
will stand In law, uh It will bo part or
tho jKiilco laws of tho Territory
Hut the (lovernor fears that if thlx
provision doi i become u law and Ih
decided to h 'not unconstitutional,-the
federal (' riimeut may again tako
up the n i or of thu Citizen Labor!
Law and I tiock II out. If such action !
Ix taken, it will hu because thu IVil
iral (Imcrinucnt thinks thut thu Jap
anese aio getting tho worst of It heiu
and some lepniutlon should ho Hindu
If such action Is taken. It will mean
that thu laboring men of tjiu Terrl-i
lory nun inu interests which tliu cit
izen' Ijibor Inw Is designed lo protect
will huo to suffer. The liquor Inter
ests will bo the gainers ut their ex
pense, It Is stuted that much feeling exist
For All Parts
go to make The Thompson line of
PRICES $4.00, H50 & $5.00.
INNER80LE 80LID OAK 80LE
COUNTER BE8T 80LE LEATHER
THREAD WAXED LINEN HEMP
LINING WATERPROOF DUCK
EOTTOM FILLING FINEST CORK
OUTER 80LE ROCK OAK SOLE
STITCHING BE8T 8ILK THREAD
6HANK THOMPBON'8 STEEL
HEEL8 BEST SOLE LEATHER
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Limited,
lug on the subject
Sh-cIuI llillletlu Wireless)
HILO Jan. 25. The lava continue!
o rica in Halemaumau, The lake nt
the bottom Is very active.
Captain Otuell has melted u cop.,
of the hill providing for all appropria
tion for the llllo breakwater. It remit
"He It enacted by the Senate and tht
House of ltcpicsentntlvcs of America
III Countess assembled
"Thut for beginning the const ruction
of a breakwater at llllo Harbor, In tin
Territory oi Hawaii, atconllng to the
survey made In (oinpll.iiae with the
Ithirs and llailiors Act of .Murch 3,
18US, and the project approved by the
llonrd of Kuglneers for Hit era and
llarlxim, the sum of $:ihi,000 Is hereby
appropriated, out of anv money in tint
Treasurv uoi otherwise nppioprlated
"Section 2 That the Secretary or
War Is further authorized to enter lutr.
u continuing contract for addition!.,
work on said llllo breakwater ul ai
uddithuuil tost of K'OO.OuO."
Roternor Carter makes his mini esti
mate or the amount or inone) which ho
will iccoinmend bo appropriated vfor
tin- Attornev tteneml'M i!,iitii-tiit,ttt
101,000 tor the next biennial period.
or this, 13.000 Is for salaries und
the balance for current expenses. In
cluding 115.000 for incldent.tlH rim!
13000 ror expenses or appeals to thy
Uulted Suites Supreme Court.
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