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; Wberl.i . , 1VI. 28
', Alameda , t'eli. 22
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MpiKin Mnru Feb. 2
:; Alameda I'eb. 27
I From Vancouver:
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Japanese Naval Heroes As American Guests
1New Immigration Law
Put In Effect Today
By Cable From Root
Washington, D.G, Feb. J 9, f09
"To His Excellency George R. Carter, Governor of Hawaii,
In view of provision of new immigration law just passed
both Houses of Congress, President directs me request you to
notify Japanese laborers in Hawaii who came there on passports
issued by Japanese Government for Hawaii only, that they will not
be admitted to United States mainland and notify steamships not
to transpoit them. ROOT
The above cablegram from Secretary of State Boot, received by Governor Carter this morning ihowi that
the new Japaneie regulation is in full force, and something like a thousand laborers who were about to leave
for the mainland by the Mongolia and the Alameda in violation of their passports are doomed to disappoint
ment. Secretary Atkinson, representing the Governor, took immediate steps to make the information general as
indicated in the cablegram. He notified the agents of the steamer Mongolia, for which ship 660 immigrants
were already booked. A lot more are booked for the Alameda. By Authnity notices have been published in
nil papers and wireless telegrams sent to all the other islands, that the information may be as widespread as
WORD FROM KUH10
Kdltor Kvenlng llulletlii: As al
ready tnlit by my cablegrams, In tbo
week Just rinsing the House toted
Hawaii $500,000 fur Honolulu nml
lllli) harbors, and SGO.uuO Tor a new
light station to be located on tbo
northern const of Motokut; the Com
inlttce tn Territories also reports
lavorahly and without minority, (De
cent tlio Senate Itefunil bill, whltli
bail been refoncd to it.
On the Ho fund bill, both my sec
retary and I wcie beaut at wmo
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 Waterhoose
Trust Company, Ltd.
! t Vpla.
P l' TO
Willitiii Advertising draws the attention iMtpvibiN
I length b
' Mr Cap
the Tenltnrlts Committee.
iprnn, who strongly support
ed tlio House bill, expressed the opin
ion Hint Hawaii was now receiving
such llbeial nppinprlatlnns that such
a measure was no longer neeessurs.1
i-.Mr. l.Iojd also pointed out that both
ns tn harltorH and a public building1
rite, Hawaii lias been treated much
mnie liberally In proportion than
most of tlio States.
Uncle Joe's Hold
Hut although tlio Committee, has
teported tho bill fnvorably, there Is
Mini!! piospect of Its passago by this
Congiess, owing In the continued op
position nf Speaker Cannon to this
tpo of legislation. How difficult It
Ik tn change the Speaker's attitude on
nnj meusuie has been well illustrated
hi tbo two pending forest lesirvo
(Ills. Those two nicasmcs hao bail
the milted and earnest suppuit of tbo
IMesldeiit and hotn the Departments
nf Agriculture and tho Inteilnr; moie
than fifty members nf Cnngicss are
pcisnnnlly hacking tho bills and they
lime been ciidoised by tlio National
Forestry Convention and the Legisla
the part .that dress plays In
shaplno a man's career. Ar
rayed In an III 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 g
nlut In ability. But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH GO,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
tures of twelve States; finally tbo
Uovciuois of II o of tho States Inter
ested mine In a body to Interview tho
Speaker; but alt this combined press
ure has not yet been ublo to get tho
bill up for a vote.
(Continued on Page 4.)
(I HT 1 W
Tbo .Merchants Huh will give their
first banquet at the Seaside Hotel to
morrow evening. The Hojal Hawaiian
Hand has been specially detached fiom
tho Mllltaiy encampment to bo present
at the affair. Thu band, alternating
with the Mini orUteslia, augmented,
will supply tbo music during the even
ing. Mvrlads of Incandescent will
transform tho lawns of the Seaside In
to a fairy like bovver. A dance will fol
low the Imiiiiuct, to which the relatives
Mid friends of tho inembeis of tho
.Men hunts' Club ale all conllally In
vited. UICtL YAUIlEVhLE
At the Orjiheim on S.ituiiki oven
Ing a benefit show Is In bo given foi
lli'i'is Vlerra, the character couitill.ui
l vvliu soon Raves Hawaii tn appear on
tho maliila.iul since
Mr. Vlcir.i has fnel given his ser
vlies for Jtuis to louil entcrtalnineu'J
nml It Is believed there will be a big
hoiiho for his faievvell 1 1 will havo
the assistant o of .Mis Ahipnl, Ml'
Kiial, the Kaill manilollii club. Nlihol
wm, "the bov nightingale" a b.injo
blmkfato aitlst and others.
Them will bo two nppeaianres of Mr
Vlerra during the cunlnu In Honolulu
isVV V tt2-TZ
that fires and robbers work at any
time in any place. And that unless
your valuables nrc safely laid away
in one of our deposit boxes they are
constantly liable to destruction or
theft. Tifty cents a month protects
mibm UK Ait smm
OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. FKHRUARY 19. 1907
CAUSE OF DELAY
A break in the gearing of the
Bulletin's Duplex press yester- ,
aay aiternoon wniie tne nrst
edition was being run of! put
T ine press out oi action lor ii T
hours and caused the delay
which subscribers experienced
last evening and today. The re-
pairs are being speedily made
and it is expected the editions
will be issued as usual tomor-
WASHINGTON. D. C. Feb. 19.
President Roosevelt and Speaker Can
non nave aectaea to attempt to se
cure the Dassaire of the thin inhnirlv
bill at this session of Congress. The
Lill has been passed by the Senate
and favorably reported to 'tne House.
NICARAGUA THE VICTOR
MANAGUA. Feb. 19. Troonj un
der Bonilla. President of Honduras,
attacked the forces under Zelaya,
President of Nicaragua, on the fron
tier. After many hours of nchtinc
the Hondurans were defeated.
DARGIE IS DEAD
OAKIAND, Cal., Feb. 19. Post
master Darcie died here today. Dar-
3ie has long been active in the pub
lic life of the city and State.
AGAINST THE CHURCH
PARIS. France. Feb. 19. The
House of Deputies has sustained the
uovernment in the controversy be
tween the Church and State.
REICHSTAG IS OPENED
BERLIN. Germany, Feb. 19.
Emperor William today opened
MRS. THAW EXAMINED
NEW YORK. N. Y Feb. 19. The
cross-examination of Mrs. Evelvn
Thaw was begun today.
The miners of the lnter-Islauil
SKiim N'nvlimtlun Cn annoiinio that
nu fielght for tlio Maumi Urn will h"
tecelved on Friday, Washington's
lilltbdiv Ml perMius me ri quoded tn
turn In theii freight on Tliursil.o.
New and Nobby Line
HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOLWG BUILDING.
needs are the foundation of business
Officers Of Fleet
Say Japan Trusts In
Tho III st news of the arrival of the
J.ipiucso training wpindron was re
ceived this morning b wireless, when
the Instruments of the local wireless
tumpaii) got Into coimiiunlcatliiii with
thu! of the war vessels The men-of-war
inked tn lie lepnrud lis appmarl
nig, and stated that tin) would urrlv
nt noon ,
1he were in good as thilr word A",
alsiut 1U ii'iliitk .ihev cimlil U m.
steaming iiji from the hurUmi nil l'i'-e
ibn'.ist, and dill, grev an: masstvi,
making thenuliMikii ltd thauktul th.n
their mission was i -it ofjuan' Whin
they ill rived off Hn they wcie IsMird
ed by the quarantine rmysirhiii' I'ra
lliiie was (pilrklv grant) d vvhertuiHiii
Consul Salto wpiiI on Imnnl the llng
llilp He V hi rol'ov.tj by icprcscuta-
lives ot The lliillitlu am) the Hawaii -
hiilniHj, the only ones who boarded tin
The wmsliliis me mat In iipiuai-
...III . ...... If It. .1.1. IhI.I1 f..JH.
(i.K. ,ijii.ii ,,t m,i . t jiii ijiiij"
IIIIIIK Uli lAJtllU IB III I1IIU llllltl. lllll-
trastlug strongly with the vem-els nf
Hiiue furclgii nations which have vis
ited this jHirt The discipline Is ex
eellcut and every man on board know?
Just what to do The utile crs are ex
nidlngl courteous, .Many of them
spiaL good Cnglfsh, and every tuurtes)
was extended to the vlnltois
Sunn after jiratlipie was granted tlio
vessels sttamed Into the harbor, the
llagshlp. the Itsiikiishluin, le ndlng. She
iloekid off the naval wharf Ah the
vessels started Into the thiiiuitl .1
talute of tvviiity-nne guns was fired In
I honor of the t'lilttd States ling nml
J iHter on a salute In honor of Admliul
, tr .
, The t ntrv Into the barlsir was almoat
m ttitmiphal proteselon From all tides
sampans crowded the channel, shnwiiu
I'agi and other decoiattnus and tarry-
liu streamers bearing Inscriptions slg
idfiing that the loial Japanu'e com
niuiiltv welcotiiid the fleet henrtilv
The vihhIh had a plcnsaut and uu
evintful vnv.igc all the wav from Ja
pan No deaths net urred and the
three boats kept together nil the w.iv
'o vessels were slchlnl Tho lleet
T "'Zir'SSnrKr :iitr-?!?rei''l
r-'nv- . . .Jz'rL B
III ii main In Honolulu Mx du)s.
Tiom lieu. It will go to FIJI, Welling
ton llrlsliuue. llntavla, Slligaisire, For
iinisii, Khaiigbnl, Port Aitbiir and
thi me bin k to Japan
ine oitlceis staltd that the Sun
'riri'lcu si IiikiI ipiistlou was not eon
ldered a ri Hon one In Japan Tin re
mil a gem nil feeling nf toiillilelirc
Hint 1'iisldent toiis-vtit vim Id tlud a
uiv nut of the illflleiill) vvlilcb would
he Fiillsfai on tn .Lilian. When asked
what Jui would do thiiuld this nut
huppi'ii i nltliers illilninatlcally de-
Mn ' .n iriiu i it r i niiv f II
llii "Ui' iy thtit It would be iiji to
the v l'l"s nt ml In
hi:, ox i i.vks citn.snit
ITSl Kt SMI.MA
Dliiu "Mi ii" I iiii'i. ."i. fid wliH
j (,n ilraught
jn ftel toiiiiage,
-j ,, hoisepuwer,
lin'i inipeiuvfi, uiuu, Sliteil, Ji,
knots, thickness of armor. 1A Inches.
&I0U, speed, Ii!
i pr 3J mm fi je 12 pound, 11 pe
IhiiiiiiI; torpedoes, I, 5 pt I, mm. limit
In l'lanie In ISSti. Complcuient alHiut
SKCONI) CLASS OIlUISKIl
Dimensions- JxliMh, 20". feet; width,
HI feet; ilraiight, 20 feet; tonnage,
415(1, horsepower, S400- ppeed, 1(1
knots; thickness of armor, 1 'sine bet;
pc 12 mm, 4 ik' 47 nun., 1 c UJ
mm, 11 pe 13 imiiiiiiIs, 4 torpedoes.
tlullt In Frame In 1690. Com-
pltliitnt nlsiiit 400 lilt ti
SIX'ONI) CLASS CItFL'ISIIU
Dlmenslous: UnMh. :." lett. width,
'1 feel, iliaucht ii) feet: toiinaue. 41u0:
hori-epowcr, iilOO, speed, HI kiints, ll.it
lines, 12. thiikmss or iirmur, mi In ,
gnus 1 'jj mm , i; i IhiiiiiiI, 11 IJ
pound; I torjiediies, i 47 mm Unlit
In Ii am e In Hl'l Comiiteiueiit nlKi.it
Tho oflleer-i of the Japanese pquad
liin which nrilved this iiinrnlug are ao1
nllltms I hihshlji Itaiikusbliun Ad
mliul TomlnUn loimiiiimlliig, dipt M
Sawn, eimiiii.iudei S Matsuoka, ex
oriitlve otllrri and uavlt.:itor, K Mil-
kal chief engineer, T Uenn, lleiilemint
ingliicers. M Katsuki and II. Snl.akl,
nitlng lieutenant eiiglueei ; 1' Isbi
iiima, chief Hiii'eou, K Ynslilmma,
pajmastoi, J Tnk.uislil, gunner 11
NagamatMii, ihlef loipedo nflher K
r.blliara ward nllUem K Hnrn, S
Nagarlo, Y. Tanlgiichl, M. lwasa ami
M There ii not a nartlrl nf itnubt
A about it The fact that othert con
It; tlnue steadfastly to hold to the pol-
lev of publicity in the EVENINQ
S BULLETIN it proof of iti value.
S Advertise your wares If you exoect
a to make Quick Salei and Enerfite
Your Buiineu. The greater your
rapidity in changing itock tlie
greater your trade and your prof
iti. Advertising puts live blood
Into your trade. Qet a move on in
the right course if you with to de
velop patronage. :: :: :: ::
,'.t .".f -t.J ftfM nfft r ffft fr:t.
fRIOf! t IJKNT8
On cruiser Matsitslilma Capt Ni
iniiKiiclil, commander; M Yoshldj, ex
ecutive nlllur mid uuvigatur; (S, Katsu
kl, chlif tnglneer K llgnshl, lieuten
ant eiigliiiiTs. T AIk. K Otsuka. act
ing engineer, T Takahashl, chief sur
gtnli K Aklmoln. paymaster; Jl Shi
b.iyiuna (iuiuier K I eihi, Chief Tnr
hiIi Oltlier II Aklmoto, ward officers
Nnrustf K Machlda. 'I. KantKakl
end K Aklynma
On crulfccr Hnshlilate Captain. Yn-
m.iMita tumiiianiler, T lllraoka, nav-
Iwitnr K Nuiiiiini, thief engineer, T.
Wnr.iRiiva Ih'iili mint engineers, K
Ob itn. A Aikichl, nttlng engineer, K.
i Mietouiie, chief surgeon, jl. Aklta;
pajmaster. S To.vnHiilma, gunner, I
I rurukavva chief torpedo olllcei, 8.
.Salto. ward otllieis, S Wataimbe, It.
Niikamura, H Takahashl, T, Olmlkudu.
ANDREW BROWN DEAD
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Andrew- llrown, the well-known
Itnni.intnn, died this morning after n
lingering Illness extending over two
ears llrown camo to tho Islands
many )e-irs ago nml entered the em-
plov of the llnilllllllll Iron U'orLa 1.1
.n eopiiersmltli Uiter on be. In pirt
jiicrslilp with .Mr I'hllllps, opened u
I Inmblug business on Nuuiiiiii stiet
jvvheie Whig Wo Tal's store now Is.
Dining the political tumbles Iti the
eigiuifK nun iiiKeiies urown was u
piomlnelil llgiue He bei.ime an In.
I Meeleir under the Public Works De-
n'lartment and later on suctee
flias Wilson as head nf tbo Water
Works Department, vvhleli position ho
held until the beginning of Governor
Carter's administration, Since he re
tired from public life llrown wns for
'j great pail of the time confined tn
his homo. Ho leaves n widow and
mnnj friends to mourn their loss.
Tho funeral will lako place tomor
mvv at a p. in. from the Masonic Tem
ple under the auspices ot Hawaiian
lnilgci No 21, nf which the deeeised
was u prominent member.
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed eon
tainers to any part of the city.
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