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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 20.
The tailings of the Oceanic steamers
Ventura and Sierra have been indefi
nitely postponed. The ships are laid
up for repairs.
Governor Cnrtor made n sugges
tion to Delegate Kulilo that Secic-
tar of the Interior (larlleld, former
ly Commissioner of Corporations ami
ft son of tlio mart) red President, be
t lie pilot of the Congressional party
which Ik to he hulled to visit this
Territory. The suggestion was evi
dently not a good one, from tho re
lil) received from Prince Cupid. Tho
two messages arc as follows:
Could not Onrflcld pilot party? In
dications are Legislature will uppio
prlatc money. CARTEH.
Kanalua (doubtful) having
field pilot Congressional party.
SAN SALVADOR,' Feb. 20. The
reports from Honduras say that the
Nicaraguans were defeated with 37
dead and many wounded.
FRENCH CRUISER LOST
TARIS, France, Feb. 20. The
loss of the French cruiser Jean Bart
There is a risk about keeping
valuable papers in the house
that is riot 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 Waterhonse
Trust Company, Ltd.
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Senate Starts Work
With Great Energy!!
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES CHOSEN
President E. F. Bishop
Vice President S. E. Kalania
Clerk Win, Savidge
Assistant Clerk N. K. Lyman
Sergeant -at-Arms. . . .Chas. H. Clark
Chaplain Rev. J. Kalino
Messenger E. Krueger
Janitor K. Nahale
From the very start of the Sen
ate's session this morning It was
made evident that the Upper House
had decided to work together with u
will and n determination to get
through Its work In the shortest
space of time possible. Tho proceed
ings showed nn organization which
was admirable. The program decid
ed upon at the caucus )csterday aft
ernoon was carried out In every par
ticular and the appointment of offl
icrs was made without a hitch. As
it consequence the Senate ran fnr
ahead of the slow-moving House In
Its work, and long recesses had to be
taken to allow that body to catch up.
Promptly at 10 o'clock Temporary
Chairman Hewitt culled tho Senate
to order. All were present except
na)seiucn. Alter prayer uy ucv.
Kalino, Coelho, Oandull and McCar-
thy were appointed a Committee on I
Ciedentlals. They reported Immcdl-;
ndilu ulxrvtutrifr tlia Cnmilvra titixt hnrl '
been elected, and were thereupon dc-
aim (fltinjl irt n II tfrtA fhlaf T tint I in 111
tho meantime a recess was taken. At
10:1S o'clock the Chief Justice ur
II. a hl..f Tiiill,., ur
rived and swore In the members.
Coelho Introduced it resolution pro
viding that the rules of the former
session be used ns temporary rules
ullh n fau pvrntitlnnH. Inrliwlltii? Illn
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cutting out of nn Interpreter. Thin'
On motion of Dowsett, the follow
ing officers were appointed:
President K. V. lllshop.
' Vice President S. E. Kalama.
Clerk W'm. Savidge.
Assistant Clerk N. K. Lyman.
Sergeant-at-Arms Chas. It. Clark.
Chaplain Rev. J. Knllno.
Messenger E. Krueger.
Janitor K. Nahalo.
Work for $30,000.
Dowsett and Uandall were appoint
ed n commltteo to escort lllshop to
the Chnlr. lllshop made u short
rpeech, stating that ho was going to
rdmlnlster his duties with Impartial
ity and asked for the qupport of the
members. He rocommended that n
Joint committee be appointed to
wait on the Secretary to ascertain!
whnt was necessary to sccuro the'
Idle To .
the part that dress plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed in an Ill-fitting ault of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
of the highest type, and a gt
nlus In ability. But the world
will misjudge him.
THE KASH CO..
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
draws thi itluriiti ifrlmri wii
ORGANIZED AND MESSAGE READ
$30,000 appropriation of Congress.
He felt that It was the duty of every
member to so work that this mony
would become available.
On motion by lane, the President
then swore In the officers.
Coelho Introduced a resolution that
the clerk bo authorized lo notify the
House that the Senate was teady for
business, Dow sett umended this to
having n committee of three do so.
1 his carried and the President ap
pointed Coelho, Dowsett and Make
kail as such committee, Smith mov
ed that the same committee notify
the Governor, On tho President's
suggestion It was decided that this
should be done, by a Joint commit
tee of the Senate and House. While
the committee went to the House a
If i ess was taken.
Senate Is Ready
After a considerable space of time,
which was caused by the excessive
slowness of tho House, the committee
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m b eh
Act Explained By
Tho moment that President 1 loose
veil signs the net which has been
pusjed by Congress In regurd to the
restraint of Japanese Immigration,
tho law will go Into force, according
to a cablo dispatch received this
morning from Secretary Hoot. The
Provision against Japanese
with passports for Hawaii only
goes Into effect on approval of
Just what tho status of the Jap
anese who sailed yesterday on the
Mongolia will he Is uncertain, ns they
left this port beforo the act of Con
gress was signed but will arrive 'In
Sun Francisco nftor It has beconio
law. Tho steamship company will
consider It rather a hardship If com-
pelted to bring nil these Immigrants
luck lo Haw-all and will probably
fight tho matter through the courts
lather than nllow such a regulation
to bo enforced.
The big sale of wash goods now on
at Sachs' Is without doubt ono of the
greatest money saving events of the
)ear. See nd on page three.
I Don't Forget
that firec and robbers work at any
time in any place. And that unless
your valuables are safely laid away
in one of our deposit boxes they are
constantly liable to destruction or
theft. Fifty cents a month protects
For St. Honolul'i
mi ik ue mm
OP HAWAII. WKDNKSOAY. FKHKUAKY 20, 1907
The Hiilletln recntsjlie w-c-er
slty for asking the further In
dnlRPlirc of Its patron owing o
the break In Its Duplex press Thf
Iron works has complete! the .
broken parts that had) to lie re-
placed .after working da and
night It Is expected thai (he
press will be In commission to-
w. - '
(iovernor Carter opens his mes
sage with the following tribute to
the history nnd mission of Hawaii
"Va liana mal ke Akua I na lahul
kanaka n pan I ke koko hookah I, e
noho like lakou ma kn honua uel inn
ku kuiknhl, a me kit pomulkal " These
wcie the first words used b) Knulke
noull, the absolute Monarch of Ha
wall, In proclaiming the first const!
lutlon, by which he surrendered vol
untarily his unquestioned power lo
the people forever.
"God hns made of one blood all na
tlons of men to tlwoll on earth In
unity and blessedness." These words
of wisdom from Knmehnmeha III
reached every iort!on of Hawaii,
They have been for slxty-seveu )ears
resounding, reverberating from Isl
and to Island, from mountain to
mountain, and from vnltCI to valley.
They iiuiikly permcted this commu
nity; they found an echo In every
true Hawaiian heart, ifnd haVA tdncc
marked the nctions of the people of
these Hawaiian Islands. They are.
ns potent today ns on that 8th of Oc
tober, 1810, when first pronounced
as n precept for the guidance of Ha
waii and the Hnwalians.
"Now while rncd prejudice, the dif
ferences of race, are perplexing the
statesmen of every country, here In
the middle of the Paclflr, In a com
munity governed by tho Occident but
peopled by the Orient, let us tnke up
the words of Kaulkeaoull and ring
them out to the world around us.
Let n new Impulse, with ever widen
ing circles, bear them forth, announ
cing that wo In lluwali, so fur as lies
In our power, Intend to net with
peuce and good-will toward all, nnd
in umlrnmli tri nil, nlwirfg thn lipnlllfl
of every nation who. like us. deslrojUeln for Speaker. There being ; nn , op-
' ... lunitflnn QiMtiitfm iiuiipil Shut the telil
to dwell tin earth In unity ami hies-
eed II cbs.
"Let this bo known to our fellow
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 19.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 10 l-2d. Far-,
ity, 3.85 cents. Previous quotation,
8s. 9 3-4(1.
New and Nobby Line
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO.
nHj - - ifrthi4iifidillio of business
Elected In Ballot
H0LSTEIN MEETS NO OPPOSmoV
H. L. Holstein'.
Speaker. . .
C. E. Rice
ni.-l, ' T.t, ti ur;..
iterK .. , . .jonn n. wise
nsiiiiani uierK ana interpreter. .
. , . . fmt , 3 m a a I
Stenographer . .,
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The House started Us fesslnn nt
10 o'clock this morning, evldnnth
with the best Intentions, of doing
its best to do Its work priiiiintl). but
It lacked the iierfect organization.
Ik mine,, inc w:i il-li uikuhmuiiuii i
which the Senate exhibited and soon
lei! behind. It was the election of
officers over vvhleh most tlmo was
spent Willi" the Speaker was chos -
en iinanlmcurh the other ofllrei-s'
had to be rhoen on ballot, which
consumed inti-h tlm However,
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lliric - in muiihivai uiKi tfj
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mane ': in organize neiorn iiip noon
hour. It also received the Govern-
i,r i..rj, uui uiu in. i im.- iv,
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read No standing committees have
ns yet been npiKilnted
At 10 o'clock sharp Iteprcwntntlvc
a. K. Mahoe of Walalua, Oahu. moved
Ihat Charles Akau be chosen Umpor-
ary Sinker and that the House, firo-
ceed with Its business. The motion
was sectmded and rtkau was then elect -
td temisirary Speaker unanimously.
Aknu took the chair and called hjmui
Kunlho to sav the pra)er. which he
.niiinuiiivil. Thn leiniKiriirv SiienlicT
rend the priKlamatlon of the Governor
for the legislature to convene.
Kalelopu moved that the House elect
u teiiiiorury clerk. The names of J.
H Wise mill A. St. Pllauala were then
placed In nomination. On the ballot
Wise was elected.
On motion of Holsteln, a committee
on credentials, consisting of C. A. like,
Phillip Pall and William Nnlllma. Jr.,
was appointed by the chnlr, While
It was out the House took u recess.
After n short Interval tho committee
reported the credentials of the mem
bers correct. The same committee
was then appointed to call on the
Chief Justice to Invite him to come
over to swear in tho members. Mean
time n recess was taken. The fillet
Justice having arrived, the members
Kalelopu moved that the (lermaiieM
officers bet elected Mahoe placed In
nomination the name of II. U Hoi-
raHt le ba)ot for 10
Sneaker and thut ho be elected by uc
claiualloii This motion received the
kokuas of the House, whereupon the
Imllot was last.
On motion b Corren, Corren and
Philip Pall were appointed a committee
to escort the Speaker to the Chnlr.
When Speaker Holsteln hud taken
the chair he thanked tho member!! In
I part ns follows:
-r fellow representative. -, w,..,0 "11. . and it, Provisions re-
iminK jou ior mis lienor trial )ou
have placed on me. I appreciate the
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.'.v '. ,.,..,. v.. v K.ri. out. 1 ...'!'.:
llmt ,,rt ,)f hamion) nin proval'
A. U. JiauIUKOU amimg us. To make the laws for this
Rev. W. L. Lono Territory Is a trust of grovo rc-spousl-H.
L. Kawewehi bllll) mid It Is therefore well fur ns to'
R. Kearns K'mciuher that iijhui that trust de,
Tl V 5V,t,lnn l'ids to a gnat extent the provrli
n. V.1l1?V,r "'"Iverslt) of Hawaii."
OCO. AeilllKanC Tho Klu.nkor ll.r.,, itrnn.l ll.nl II...
'House enter Into its work In u busl-.
.11.jJ.1ke Ilintiiici and that It proceed'
i eo lo It that the expellees of io,s
u-selon Ik nnUe less man the) had
After I tin thi- Si-wiker cnlled for
""",,,l:l5,""h1 for V;Nak-
n.in.A9 or iltc and Ku.eiujm
I Milt il In ii fin 1 1 is it li n i in in I in I it
c A nico i,h.d si volis nnd A .s.
, Kalelopu S
The next ordei of biisliiubs was Hie
.election or fieri, i he names or John
' WImj mid l.ddlo Wisidwurd wLr.
- piareii ill iiomiiiniion wise was elect
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A. (1 Kai.ii.koii was b) acclamation'
nominated miiI apixjlnted Interpreter.
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i.e- mu luiiuiuaii-s liir tuc iulliuu
or stenograj. her wero L. 1 . Chiirton
" It. A. Kearns. The latter was
c"riou nv a vote or . I to o.
, Hlc nominated Sheldon us messeu-
Jr1!,, . U, ,l,lir olller 'alll!
'" he u.le "". namely: Kelllau,
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"J',c.,(l.0" rcrelicil the highest vote, 1,
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" " ; "al se, wno receiveu i,
,,tM. " other candidates were Ml-
ol;js, KclllUpii. Meekapu und Moore.
Kalelopu fntrodiued u icsoluti-in that
ii committee- lnpKilnle,l toi Inform
the Semite Hint the House was ready'
tor business. Kunlho moved tho
adoption of tho same. Carried.
The Speaker appointed Hughes. Ka-
nlho und Kalelopu us such committee.
On Its teturn tho commltteo Informed
(Continued on Page 8)
HUH IT THE H
The Commercial Club will give their.
.liU eTS. 'ihitoiirt.l2,K2 ( yavad adopted the
Hand has been speclnlly detached from." "" """" "t"
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liir iiiiiui; ciivaiiiMiii;iik lu u.i j.icn-i.v
nt the affair. The band, alternating
with the Knul orchestra, augmented,
will supply the music during the even
ing. M)rlads of Incaudescents will
transiorm mo mwns oi tno seasiuu in-
1,1 n fnlr.HLr. I,.,ur A .tnnrn ulll f,,l.
low the banquet, to which the relatives
mid friends of the members of tho
Commercial Club are all cordially in
vited. ... .. ....w....v .,...... .. . .
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed con
talners to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
ittrtttt ttH ttlH'PttTrrtvrx
kt.mil II Tli Ut( Hill nfliMS fSn
tfnue ittadfMtly lo hold to the not
try of publicity in the EVENING
BULLETIN Ii pioof of Hi value.
Adteitite your waits If you expect
to make Quick Sale! and EnttKlte
Your Ilunntu The gicater your
rapidity in chantjMK siock ine
eieater your trade and you
Iti Adveitlilnii nuts live
Into your ttade Get a mote on in
the tight courte if )ou wish to de
vlnn t.strnnair . fj It !
I'lllOn rt t'KNTH
WASHINOT0N, D, C, Feb. 20
The Piesident has stcned the immi-
The formation of the Ktonil Parad'i
wlildi will tuke place next Friday will
lake plaie In the Capitol gmiiiiils and
v. Ill move out the King street Mite of
the executive giuuuds, past the Judges
reviewing stand on Hie steps of tliu
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Wimit lill J'Mx. WUU i.v.vi
lloti'l BtrcH, tlu-iKo along Hotel lo
,i,1I1Pi. ,,..., ,, lllrlinr,l .rl In
Centrn, UnU) tl;ilrchi ,heIlce a1on(!
eretnlllB to Mer gtrwti ,, M,Mcr
street to the side entrance of the
Qurt,n.,. ,91)llu K,uds. through th
Hospltnl grounds nnd down Punch-
,, rcut , K,Ki entu ut ,.,,.
to .McCully street, up McCull) street
, k.rPtnnta ,,trrel nnil , eretanla
(Continued on Page 5)
SHOOT TO REMAIN
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 20.
The Senate has voted that Senator
cm--. . ..! u:. .. c
Smoot may retain his seat. Smoot
has been bitterly fought on account
of his Morraonism.
m mi m
MRS. THAW UNDER FIRE
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 20.
The cross-examination of Mrs. Eve
lyn Thaw continued today. She was
very closely questioned.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE WINS
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Feb. 20.
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The schooners Molly H. and June
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" if the Shoe Fits.
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