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Vol. I v 36I9
HONOLULU rKKRITOKY OF HAWAII. .MONDAY. KKBKUAUY 18. 1907
Slate Is Prepared
OTHER ISLANDS GET SOME OFFICES
Today wns probably tho busiest olio
In political circles which tho town has
seen since tho election. A largo part
of the members of. tho Legislature are
In town, and busy preparations aio
being made fur tho opening of the ses
sion next Wednesday.
Tho Senators nro tho busy men. Tho
members of tho IIouso nro not doing
much of a tlcllnltc nature, ns they have
decided to postpono their caucusing
until the speaker In spe, Holstclu, ar
rives from llnuall tomorrow.
The ball was started rolling with tho
Scnnto when John C. Lana and Ull
Crawford, constituting a special com
mittee of the executive commltteo of
tho Republican Central Committee,
called on Senator Ulshop and an
nounced to him that he had the en
dorsement of tho committee. Soon nf
terwards Ulshop sent to the Senators,
who wcro In town, a tcntntlvo list of
committees, which ha had prepared,
asking for suggestions and amend
ments, In order that tho malic-np of
them would ho as ngrccablo to all
hands ns possible. While this list was
ouly practically a basis for a slate, and
many changes wcro made In It, and
possibly a few more may bo made, still
It la now In n fairly dcflnlto shape.
Nothing Is being given out about It
otliclally, but tho following lias been
ascertained from good sources.
W. O. Smith Is to bo chairman nf tho
Judiciary Committee, with Ilayseldcn
and I.nuo as tho other members.
Coclho will ho chnlrmau of tho
Health Committee, with Hrown and
Duusctt ns member.
Hnysohlen Is slated for chairman of
tho IMucatlon Committee. Chllllng
worth will bo a member, and lwsslbly
Hewitt, Knlnma and Smith will prob
ably form tho Accounts Committee,
with Hewitt ns chairman.
Lnife will bo given tho chairmanship
of the l'rlntlne Committee.
Chllllngworth Is slated for chairman
of the Public IaiuIs Committee, of
which Coclho will probably also be n
Knudscn will probably go on the
Tho ncvlslon, Utiles and Mlscellan
There is a risk about keeping
valuable papers in the house
that is not fully realized until
there is a fire or a burglar on
the premises. We are willing to
take the risk for four dollars a
year and guarantee security.
The Henry Waterhouse
Trust Company, Ltd.
f The delay In the Dultctlu's Sec-
4 ond edition today Is the result
of n brenk In tho lltillctln press.
Law On Japanese
Has Passed House
Ctjocl(irJ Vrctt Special Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 18. The House of Representatives has
nnssed the immigration and Janancse exclusion bill bv a vote of 107 to
I This law, which now goes to the President for signature, provides
I that Japanese laborers shall be excluded from the mainland, but not
from Hawaii and the Philippines. It nlso prevents Japanese from going
from Hawaii or the Philippines to th: Mainland.
Governor Garter Talks
On Some Phases
Of Japanese Question
WILLING DAUGHTER SHOULD MARRY ORIENTAL
(treat preparations arc being mado
for tho Japanese mass meeting, called
to discuss the now Immigration act,
and great excitement prevails in tho
Japanese community. This afternoon
the following circular was being dis
tributed from lioiibo to house by plac
Till: OltttAT MASS MHETINO.
Tho Senato of tho United States has
passed the Immigration bill, excluding
tlie JapnncBo laborers from tho main
t (Special Ilullctln Wireless)
Hllo, Hnwall, Kcb. 18. Work
f was begun today on tho new -f
pineapple cannery at the mouth
t- of tho Walakea river. This is bo-
f Moved to bo the foundation of n t
thriving Industry for tho town of -t-
eons Committees will probably be In land. nils morning b cauio announces
tho main tho stnio as thafo of last t'mt said hill will probably ho passed i
var, I by the House of Kepiescntntlvcs nnd
Ulshop Is sure of the presidency of ""mum it receive tno approval 01 mo
tho Senate, w hllo Knlama of Maul wilt President, Hawaii's Jnpancso will bo
probably be vice president. i under the bondage of slavery.
Tim flirht fur ilm niilopK riinnprtpil No greater sliumo or dlsgraco has
with tho Senato can now bo regarded ever been experienced by Japan than Abe Ruef pleaded not guilty this
us practically concluded. Win. Suv- "" sm ". morning in response to the five in-
Mge will preside again ins clerk, while "" u'hf" ' Kccp Bllent anddictments brought against him for
Minnn of Hllo is to hnvo tho nssitt- ki nollilng nhoui 17 '.4i
ant clerkship. Maul will bo gUeu her A muss meeting has been called nt extortion.
shoro by being given the position us uuuck wnigm mi wu "i'"
iiiessciiEcr to Kruecer of Wnlluku. school grounds on Nuuanu street by
Akiiplninniiwal of Honolulu Is n strong Uioso opposed to the Immigration bill.
niniMilntn fur tho liniinm nf imiltnr. lnit Those In favor of opposing It nro cor-
Meeting, Hawaii Japanese, oppose l
to tho Immigration bill.
Signed by PllOMOTUH.
Dated February IS.
SAN FRANCISCO CASE POSTPONED
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 18. The Aoki school case has been
bostponcd till March 4. This was the case brought to test the validity
of the separate school required for Japanese by San Francisco authorities.
(Attodalei rrttt Special Cable)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 18.-
tho island of Kauai will probably bo
given tho privilege of filling this olllce.
Tho fight for tho position of scrgennt-nt-iinns
la thn most strenuous 0110 of
them nil. Tho cnndldutes aru Isaau
C'ookrtt, Chas. Clark, Krnnk Godtrey
nnd John I.. Kuulukoii, but tho two
latter nro not regarded ns having nny
chance, nnd of the two others Clark
Is tho stronger.
Tho light for tho clerkship of the
House has been rendered less compli
cated by tho withdrawal of Nugurnii
l'eruandc;, so that now John Wise, St.!
C. Pllnnnla and Woodward are thuj
only candidates. It will undoubtedly'
tall to cither Plinnulu or Wise. I
Ulshop, when seen today, stilted hoj
an siiumiiieu n nsi oi conn uuecs 10 aiIan.AllBtril!m stcamshln lino w
1 10 memucrs or 1110 bonnto, nut many bo ,n,)rovcli commencing May 1 by tho
changes had been, and wcro being,' , cl)Iilc,B 1)f tho jilowera by tho Mo
made n It. No dcflnlto Information ,,, a mo stea.nsi.ij, or ti,0 Famo gen
con it he said, bo had 011 tho subject tml constrHCtUI1 nmi mtnB ns tho
IMllll IUII1UI1UU UIIVIUUUII) !lllll 1! IUU-
cus would tnko place to decldo on a
MONICA TO REPLACE
STEAMER MAUENO ON
I Mr n
! . k Mm Etna
(Aitoclatrd l'rctt Special Cable)
NEW YORK CITY, N. Y., Feb. 18.
The Thaw trial was resumed this
morning, with Dclmas, the San Fran
cisco lawyer, in charge of the de
fense. Doctors Evans and Wagner
were put on the stand and testified
that Thaw was insane. The Thaw
will was introduced as evidence and
was read in court.
(Attoeialed Vrtf Sfeclnl CaliM
MACUTO, Venezuela, Feb. 18.
President Castro of Venezuela is
licved to be dying.
Tho servlco of tho Itoynl Mail or Ca- Uf II I I AM Ull I III.
will, 11 ikkinui nikh uk
Old Tails Church, In Virginia, fiom
which tho vlllago of I'alls Church de
rives Its name, nnd at which President
Washington worshipped for ears, anil
for n long time was a vestryman, Is to
bo restored by tho American
nnd Historical Preservation Society at
the request of Itov. a. S. Sommcrvllie,
tho lector of tho church.
turblno steamer Mnhciio, which was
taken oft this run somo six months
ngo. Tho Monica Is not of tho turblno
typo hut is nearly us fust as tho Ma
licno nnd Is lilted most luxuriously.
Tho Mlowcrn will ho laid up for a
Keuuim .Jiuiiiii..in.ft uuu iij...p. u..u n,,,,..!,,,--,,-,,, I, w I.-Mlor nf thn K-fl.
has been on tho run for somo tlmo " r,"" ' ; ,," ;,., ,
J. N. S. Williams will tnko tho place
undo vacant by tha resignation nf
without uny great amount of work bo-
liulut Hnllrond. Mr. Williams is 0110
Ull'Ul IIIIIUIIIII Ul UIIV uv- , . . , ,..,.. ,1 H.Htn
Scenic Ing don? 0.. her and there aro a good "' ,""-" ",u" t" r " , '
KmgbXoo1 ics 13c into '-. .or nomo t.nrn past tlm manager
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
ul wWf-t 'ill
.of tho Puiincno plantation.
Tho 1 early hales of Welsh's drape
"Tho man who makes n nnmo for Juco nro ,,creaslnb' remarkably.
himself In tho world," observed tho i:vcr0 i,o has ever used It llnds It
Philosopher, "is tho man who inspires ltul)(,I1Bnl)lo nml trojUCCs it to his
others to mnko It for him.'
Corral CMics tor. Vcn
MADE IN NCW YORK
the part that dress plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed In an Ill-fitting suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the highest type, and a go
ntus In ability. But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH OO.1
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
Tho Chlneso detective forco Is a se
cret body, and tho best organized In
the world. Its members Keep nn cjo
on every man, woman or child, and,
In nddltlon, wntch ono another.
J. M. Ievy & Co. hove a now
(A$toci2t'd 1'rft Special Cable)
ROME, Italy, Feb. 18. Mount
Aetna is threatening eruption.
D. P. It. Isenberg this nfternoon ro
celved n wlreloss mcBsago from Knunl
stating that tho steamship Mongolia
passed Kolon at 11:30 o'clock this fore
noon. On this Information HackfcM
Si Co. flguro that sho should arrlvo oil
port at 0 o'clock ,thls cvclnng. Sho
tomes from tho Orient. '
It Is rnro to meet twlco In one's life
n heart with which ono may sjmp.1
llilzo completely, or to tlo twlco knots
so intlmnto nnd so solid that death
alono may break them. Vlscountesd
When questioned this morning In
regard to tho proposed plan to allow
the Japanese Immigrants to como to
Hawaii freely hut to bo excluded
from tho mainland, Governor Carter
made somo interesting statements.
In tho lourso of his talk ho spoko
very .strongly In regard to his belief
that tho Jnpancso and tho Americans
should como together on closer terms,
nnd Hint naturalization should bn
granted to tho Orientals. Ho went
bo far as to mako tho statement that
he was strongly In favor of marriage
between tho two races and stated: "I
am perfectly willing that my daugh
ter should marry a Japanese." Ho
later qualified this statement to pro
vldo for tho joung lady's consent to
tho Jnpancso husband.
In speaking of tho exclusion mat
tor, ho said: "I bcllovo that tho Jap
nneso Government will bo sntlsflcl
with tho proposed law, admitting tho
Jnpaneso to this Territory but exclud
ing them from tho mainland. This
Idea had Its Inception In this Terri
tory nnd was laid beforo tho Presi
dent by Mr. Atkinson nt tho tlmo
when tho ugltntlon ngnlnst the Jnp-
ivncso wns commenced In San Prnn
ilsco In the campaign fostered by tho
Chronicle In 1001. At that tlmo vo
hml no supply of labor to draw from
nnd hnd not thoiiRiIt of tho possibili
ties of tho Immigration by tho Terri
tory which Is going on at prcsont.
Conditions slnco hen hnvo nlterol
materially At that tlmo wo saw
nothing else, ns tho Immigration
scliemo on which wo are now at work
had not been ovotved. This plan wns
ouggestcd as a means of solving n
much graver nnd mora Important
question thnn Hint nf mcro labor on
Hawaii. It was a suggestion to sot-
tlo tho matter of Jnpancso Immigra
tion, which has now becomo so seri
ous n problem.
"It this proposition goes through,
nnd tho planters nro oblo to get nil
tho labor they need from Japan ami
keep it, it will deal a most serious
blow to tho present colonization plans
of tho Hoard of Immigration, will It
"Not necessarily. I cannot tell
5 on what nttltudo tho planters will
take. It may bo that thoy wilt still
continue to bring In Portuguese,
even If they hnvo all tho Jnpaneso
labor which thoy wish. When thoy
had all tho Chlneso whom they
wished, thoy Imported Jnpancso nnd
when they hnd nil tho Japanese thoy
wished thoy brought In Portuguese.
Special Ilullctln Wireless)
Nawlllwlll. Kauai, Kcb. 18.
Peter Christian, tho seven- car- -t-old
son of Manager Charles Chris-
tlnn of tho Hniiainniilu Sugar -t-l'lantatlon,
nccldcntnuy got under t
a car estcrday. He had his arm -t-crushed
nud ono of his fingers
of wisdom and integrity are
often able to give the indi
vidual some valuable points
on investments and be of
assistance in the care of
real or personal property.
Such a class of men consti
tutes the Board of Direct
I Fort 8t. Honolulu
New and Nobby Line
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO.
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed eon
talners to any part of the city.
LEAVE 0RDER8 AT
I do not know what they will do. Ask
them that question."
"How about tho naturalization of
..iipnncso? Would that have any
"I hnvo alwoys been strongly In
fnor of naturalization of tho Japan
ese. Wo wish them to nsslmllato
with tho peoplo of this country ami
that will bo the greatest help towards
that end. I do not mean by this that
I wish tho Islands to become Orient
nltzcd, nnd can Bay right now that I
hnvo no fear of this happening.' I
nm unwilling to tnko nny nttltudo
which Is opposed to Japanese Immi
gration." ..!- . 1.. . t. , , . ,. , -;--.
Hon h io he t rf bi' , I c 1
Intcr-mm mr.iline 'm c 1. :
In favor of that, nre ;ou?"
li I " .11 ' 11-1 In f
of su-h marriage 1. 1 toe no itc
prejudice about mo whatever. I m.i
perfectly willing that my daughter
MmuM uuu r a Japanese. 1 liue
kiiow-i inan Jnpaneto who mako tho
wry best of husband. Peoplo say
Hint tho Oriental laces will not ns
slinllato witli ours nnd that we can
(Continued on Page 2)
J. J. Hegnn, tho caretaker of the
Knliniikl Zoo, died this morning at Q
o'clock. Death wus caused h 1111 an
eurism, from which ho hud suffered for
several enrs. A funeral service wu
held at tho Catholic Cathedral at 1:29
p. 111. The Intel men t will tnko placa
nt Pearl City llegan had been In tho
Islands many jcars,
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