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VOL VI. No. 3628
HONOLULU rKUlirrOKY OP HAWAII. TJIUKSDAY. FKBHUAUY 28. 1907
i'liton ft Oi:nth
$3000 Expert For
KM IS URGED
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL
HONOLULU, FEB. 27, '07.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
URGE SHIP SUBSIDY. POSSIBLE OCEANIC WITHDRAWAL SE
RIOUS. SHORTAGE AMERICAN BOTTOMS JEOPARDIZES PACIFIC
Tho foregoing cablegram wiih xont
l( Delegato Knliln tmlay In furthor-
iinro or (ho ..norlH of tho Merchants' '''V ,"r1' 'I10 ""'p1 s,,l,,,M MPtU
.... , ,. . , ships In tlio Pacific for pence or war.
Association tn Imp.ovo the trufllc ,,,, hffUef ,,,.,, tlll(t ,
conditions between thlH port anil thornier f()r AmorlcaiiH to hold their
CoaHt. It lit felt hy tlio IcailerH of tho own tho HtoaniKlilp lines of thn conn
Association thai llawall'ii IntoresU try nuiHt have, assistance from tho
aro hotter served hy promoting the Nation. j
AilnilnlKtratlon plan than hy fight-J it Is nnllclpatcd that the Delegate)
Iiir tliu President anil leaders of Con- will place tho telegram from thn Mer
grcss, iih wimlil certainly he tho cnsi' chants whern It will ilo tho most good
If tlio local pcuplo called fur n hub- for Hawaii tuiil give most viiliuihlo
pension of tlio coastwlso shipping aid lo thoso buck of the ship Biihsldy
lawn. I law.
Dr. I., i:. Coter, thn head of tho
Marlnu Hospital Service, who In at
present on tho malnlanil on a linvo
of absence, will return to Honolulu
via tho Tolmnutepcc Isthmus under
timers rerclvcil from Surgeon (icnor
nl Wyninn. Whllo on thn way ho will
mukn'a thorough Investigation of tho
sanitary nnil marltlmo conditions In
that section of Mexico with a vlow to
ascertaining tho precautions which
will Jio iiieccssury In the caso of tho
Aincricau-lluwallnu steamer return
There h a rik about keeping
valuable papers in the house
that is not fully'' realized until
there ii 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.
.fr''iL. .W-i 7tfi-l-
MADE IN NKW YOKK
III. r.l tlil
1 III, . Ti I. IIIJ l-,ll.' IMIVI
ii ii tti . v itt . irr!
No ono realizes licttcr than tlio In
lilllKcnl business mnn of Hawaii
ing to S.m 1'iunclseo anil Hawaii
from Sallnn C'rnri
Dr. Cufcr wiih expected to return
In Honolulu on tho Siberia, which ar
rived ycstftiilay, lint did not appear;
Instead a letter coining to Dr. Ilnmut),
who Ik In chiirRO of tho quarantine,
hcrvlco hero durlnn Dr. Gofer's ah
MMiru. Kiom thu BtatuuiunUi In tho
letter It Is evident that Dr. Cofer will
leturn In Honolulu, which will ho
Kooil news to hit many friends hero.
It was feared that on account of tho
ilcath of his wife, which occurred
iIiiiIuk the present trip, that ho
mlKht iihIc to be unsigned to another
J- (Special llulletln Wireless)
1111.0, Hawaii, Foil. 28.
Tho Japanese, squadron arrived
at this pott yesterday afternoon.
Tho ships wcro met hy u hlg ro-
ccptlou committee that went
out In a launch.
Admiral TomloTm and staff
went In tho Volcano today. It
Is oxpertod tho ships will lcmo
fJV- BULLETIN ADR. PAY
Delivered In thoroughly cleansed eon
talners to any part of the city.
LEAVE ORDERS AT
the part that dress playi 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 hi a gentleman
of the highest type, and a g,
nlus In ability. But the world
wilt misjudge him.
THE KASH CO..
TEL. MAIN 25,
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8.
dlEit SENDS IN
Senate Defers Ratifying
Them Until Next
Tho Senate met at 10 a. sis.
A message was received from thu
Governor submitting a list of the
appointments made hy him, which
uerc to ho cnullimeil hy the Senato.
It showed thu nominations to lian
been as follows:
Commissioners of Agriculture and
Forestry (Ion II I. Wilder. U'onurd
Attorney (lencral l.'mll Cornelius
Denial Kxumlncr (!. If. Hudily,
D. D, S.
First Uepresenlntlvo District .1.
W. Kokiiakuliina, K. I. McCatin, .lobu
Manilla, M. S. I'acheio, K. II. l.yman,
H. l'anluhl, J. II. Oliver, William Mil
iar, Albert linen, II. II. Mncy, D. K.
Manuko.i, J, Kahalckulntil, Albert
Horner, .1. W. I.eonliart, Charles II.
Fox, (lenrfio F. Hall, John At. Wil
liam Horner, J. (1. .lones.
Seiond Itcprcrcntntlvii District
Simeon Ahrnham, William Lincoln,
Install UnU. .1. II. Wise, Wllinot Vn
denbeig. WnUlcmar Mtillcr, Harry
Cregwin, S. IC. Ixupllii', John Kaele-
mnkiilo Jr., J. W. Kelllkoa Jr., John
It. Sm,ltli. '.. V. Kalokuoknmallo.
riillllp lliiac, Joseph Knco, Ahmliam
I'ohlna, It. I.. Wilhelm, Sam Hunalcl,
Robert T. Forrest, (ieorgo M. Hob-
crtxon, J. K. llnopll.
Third Itvprcscntatlvn District
Klnl Natlllict. Albert IC. Shaw, It. C.
Searle Jr., Wm. I.. Mobsman, Horace
Kekiimii, D. W Naplhnn, II. C. Ov
piidcn, J. M. Kukn, II. llanneberg,
Joe Kmmsloy, l.cl Tnun, I'. N. Kaho-
kuoluna, Moses Kiihlapn, W. A.
Sparks, Kahl KenoJIo, (iuy S. (Jood-
ness, S. Halciuiino, J. K. Kaatnuiilil,
J. K. Kaupu, A. I'oaha. Dmll Van
1,11, Jiimcs Harvest. M. K, Maknena.
Fourth Itoprcscutatlva District
C. llomoiuviiy, II, A. Jiien, A. T.
llrock, Frank C. Atherlon, A. V. I'e-
tors. It. D. Mend, S. II. Derby, (leo.
Fifth IloprpKcntntlvo District J.
M. Akona, Arthur Kahananul, Hue)
Kinney, .1. Schulmolster, Kiihtu Hul,
Kahlona, I'. A Swift, I). Kuhimaua,
Victor Kapule, K. C. Smith, ,11. I..
Achuuc. K. M. Wntwiu, Wlllnril 12.
Ilrnwn, ThonuiB 1-2. Stroup, J. J.
llyrnc. K. A. Mott-Smlth, L. J. War
icn, W. II. MiClcllail. John K. I'rnn
dergast, II. C. Cartor, A Lewis Jr.,
K. Dulscnberg, W. WllllnniMin, (Ico.
Sixth Ilopresentatlvo District A.
Ilomke, Francis (lay. M. J. I'erelru,
A. K. Harris, O. C. Wharton, William
I'uaol, K. 1). Motor, llaclllo Luces, J.
I. Alohlkca, 1,. J. Mundon, W. F.
COMMISSIONBRS OF FI2NCKS.
District of Kwa and Walanao Al
bert WntcYlioimo, Kdwln Obcar
While, Charles A. Iliown,
District of Wulalua, Island of O.t
(Continued on Paoe 2.)
was shot down at the door of his
home some months ago. Ha carried
a policy in the Standard Life and
Accident Co., and his wile prompt
ly received $6,000. Few meet with
such an ending as murder, but all
are most liable to accidents more or
less serious, Protect yourself and
At Hit' afternoon wssion of the Hen-
nto Imliiy Clillllngworlh reoorted for
Hid Joint committee iipj.ilnted .to In
vestigate, the Niiiiiiuu dam It hail
held a meeting this afternoon at 1 0
o'clock to decide, as In whether it
should accept (he pronoxltlnu made
by Srhiiylcr, thu famous Uh Angeles
engineer, made In answer to the re
quest Hindu by the committee for him
to come. Schuyler had cabled that lie
would come for $.1,00). whlrh would
cover all his expenses, cli The coiu-
mltteo had dedded to accept thn offer,
mid would cable him lo Hint effect
Ilo would arrive iiNmt .March .10. It
would go to view- tho dam this after
noon. TO RAISE JURORS' PAY
he Judiciary Committee of thu !"lc,rkn '"'"";. '"'" B
nt this aflen.oou reported In tv89 '! ,,' " "l''1 Ulv"- 1l"t',l ,ln'1
tirof tho bill hlrh raises the I ' c"' K ' ' '.'V: .. ,.
4 pay of Jurors fiom (2 lo S.1 a day. .
t lionet it. Its cu'i the mileage.
from Id cents' l'i S cents a mile.
Thn 'report snys In p.trt;
"Tho rate of Th-co Dollars er
day Is the, same its allowed by
f Federal Statmcs for iJiilnrs at- I
f Terrllury, and it heoms In the
'Terlrtory, and It bcciiib to tlio
f Lnmmlttee rcamnublo Hint Ter-
rlturlal Jurors sbould receive as
The now automobile garage that has
been "In the wind" for nouietlmn past
will Boon bo lu full swing at thn old
wnruhoiisn of Irwin &. Co. on Merchant
street. Among thu leading promoters
and patrons of this enterprise are I).
V. It. iK'iiberg. C M. Cooke, George
Cooke, Dr. llodglns, and quite an ar
ray of oilier auto owners. "Wo bcllovo
in competition," said Mr. Isenberg this
morning wjieli speaking of tho object
of tho new Institution.
SONOMA' m TRIP
file Oceanic steamer Sonoma bus
once morn returned to her schedule,
lime This is shown by a cable' re
ceived from San Francisco by lrwln
& Co., (he Oceanic agciitH here which
states that the steamer arrived this
morning a little less than six days out
Ilert Ilurtn's daughter, who has been
nn Inmate of, thu Portland, Me., Ainu
house for some time, has signed uni
ties to ap.'iear on tho stagn In vaude
ville. Sho will give sketches tit early
California life as depleted hy her
m m mak aHBI JK Bk a klllfefc-'' . mnae Dy tnc tiiias. unasc uo,, we nave .
C 1 I I 1 Bfci'iiiPxilL n ?5 5,ioe t,Mlt wiU fit yoa t0 our I
1 m fc HT W' YVNv rfert latlifantinn. Tlui sltnea ,'A
J. HOPP & CO JWal1fadurers, Shne ' ."i
IIISBSKINVVvavaw whv- f mm
. , ' I $S.OO Co., Limited, .1
1051 FORT STREET. '
Tl.c House met nt !) o'clock
morning and adopted the minutes of
thn former day s work.
A communication from High Shcrlfl
llnmv u'tiu rpinl In lili rnmuilltllfM-
ion lie nab! In response ton letter
forwarded by thn House, that ho m
tho only head of his department and.
was ready to meet the Huiisc commit'
leu at any time.
Attorney (lencral IVIer'ii isminiunlcn
llon. when read, stated thut he was
lead;' tn meet thu House commlttej
at any lime.
Kit'niiku tntioitiiced a resolution
pioUdlng appropriations fur the fol
$750 fur n -lerrlik at WMlun laud
In.' $3000 for a trull lo thn lauding
COO fur lejialrs to (ho Kuiiiain wliiuf.
Iteferreil to Ijnids Committee.
Knnlho Intnidiucd it bill relating to
Kntiami Introduced u hill i elating lo
licenses for the satu of clears, cigar
ettes mid tobacco, ninendlni; section
IIO'J of tho ltevlscd Laws, Panned llrt
reading by title.
Knleo Introduced a resolution provid
ing 110,000 for macadamizing and r-
lendlng Jndd street tn the. ranoa road,
l'asacd first reading by title Unci ru
ler red to the I-inds Cummlttco.
"Sheldon Introduced a resolution pro
viding $1)00 for the extension of Hit
mad nt Ilnnapcpo. Passed first read
ing by Jltlc.
Knnlho Introduced u hill pruvldluu
tills tor thn fallowing:
1 For repairing tho breakwater at
Keaiihou, Si:oO. For reialrhig the laud
ing nt Kawiilhnpul $1SU0.
Walwuliitn liiliodiiced n hill provld
lug 500 for repairing the Jail at Ka
huliil. I. 3el - --iillng by title.
NUMIII-2H OF TAXl'AYKlw.
Kaleiopu offered a resolution direct
ing the clerk to request tho Treasurer
to furnish a statement show lug Ihu
number of taxpayers In each of thu
following tiixnhls divisions to wit:
Oahit. Maui, Moloknl, Lanal, Katioo
latvi;, Hawaii and Kauai, Passed by
Lelclwt Introduced a concurrent res
olullou relative to the Primary law.
I'AY I.KOISI.ATIVI2 I3XPI-2NBK3.
A hill pnivldlng an nppriiprlutlou of
f'JO.000 tn defray thn expenses of tin)
Legislature, passed third rcudlng by
Sheldon offered House bill I which
wan taken up tor tho third reading.
Thn hill Is In relation to tho taxation
and licensing of any conveyance, to
wit: ilruy, cart, wagon or uther chl
ties ,tn amend sections 1412 and 141K
nt the ltevlscd Uiws. Passed third
reading hy acclamation.
Knnlho wanted to know whether thn
plantation carts drawn by oxen worm
taxable under this law.
Hliildnu answered that this law only
(Coptlnusd on Page Z)
of " If the Shoe Fits-
LACE s M,r'
i'K BV In GNU KID PLUCHER OXFORDS , M
.- ii(i.' an w'h flatiron, medium extension ,.;
itA sole, are wonderful sellers. jl
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL
IS VITAL TO HAWA!
KUHI0, WASHINGTON. D, C.
THE PASSA0E OF THE SHIP SUBSIDY BILL. NOW BEFORE
tup wnirer is vitat. Tn itawah tup. mnnTAnv np AMP.nt.
."''i'CAN BOTTOMS WILL SERIOUSLY
TWO OCEANIC STEAMERS ARE AT
The Chamber cif t'onimerie sees In
the shipping Kulmldy hill thn relief Chamber mei ibis, miming and fimn,
which Is needed for Hawaii In her'ei'l the aline cablegram which hM
fielght nnil passenger troubles. On
VISITORS TO HAWAII
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 28. The Congressional party which U
to visit Hawaii will include Congressman Hamilton, the chairman of
the Committee on Territories; Congressman Lloyd, Democrat, of Missouri
and others. The party will sail early (n J--c on the invitation of the
Territory of Hawaii.
BARS ALL ORIENTALS
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Feb. 28. The Assembly has passed a measure
against Chinese and Japanese. It yuohibits aliens not becoming citizens
from holding title to land for more than five' years, and provides that
leases to and contracts with aliens are. void after one year.
(Attnclclfit rr li Xptilal Cable)
BL00MINGTPN, 111., Feb. 28.
Thomas Baldwin, charred with an as
sault on Cora Eisinan, killed the girl
today, her mother, Charles Kennedy
REIMS, France, Feb. 28. Auti
Masonic riots took place here today.
One hundred and fifty arrests were
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Feb. 27
SUGAR: 06 degree Centrifugals, 3,45
cents, or $69.00 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3,39. BEETS: 88 analy
sis, 8s. 11 l-4d. Parity, 3.87 cents.
Previous quotation, 8s. 1U 1-1.
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VV v ?Sk. made on the stylish PiccadJly last,' im.
AITECT OUR PACIFIC TRAFFIC.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
thin account the tiustees of 111"
(been scni in Delcgalp Killily.
r,laioc(afrl Vrtm .Si'rctnt CnM'l
SACRAMENTO. Cal., Feb. 28.
The bill providing against prize
fights has been killed.
Wtkekl Hiileluhn and Kahakiinknl,
plaliitllfs In damage suits against the
Honolulu llnpld Transit & Land Co.,
have filed notice of appeal from Jho
order of .Indue Da Holt granting a new
trial In thu actions.
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Fori 8t, Honolul'i
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