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Nolnrj Public. Tlmt JudUlnl Circuit.
MembetH of the l.eglslatiue Bhould
not forKet the party platform to
which they pledged thcuieheH.
Piedlctlou that four-cent mi;;ar U
Hot far off Miuiula more teusouabln
than the fool atorlcs of n row with
It I very piopur that liuklnc men
of Honolulu Bhould dumoUHtrnle to
CongreBi that their llrkt faor la for
Uncle Joe Cannon can be forgiven
under thu clrciinistnntcH. Coiikichi
has upproprlateil us much or more for
Hawaii than the ItefundliiK bill
They are tall.inir of niuck-raker
nnd the man Willi the hoe, in (ounce
Hon with thu l.anal deal. The man
with an axe seems to lie -occupyinK
tho renter of thu ktuce juat nt pica
cut. After coutestini; a few more weeks
over technicalities of thp I'ederal ap
propriation, nieinlnTH of the I.eKlsla
turn will he ho hard up tbat they will
accept moat uny coudltloiiH und one
per cent, pur liinbth, wi they nee tho
color of colir.
Tho lnh'maellte.' (omniont on thu
wIkiIoiii of HiiBpendlnR tho tonHt
v.'lso shipping lawn Ih best ntiHwer
ed by tho action of Honolulu hunt
liens leailern In nrRliiK the Delegate
to Biipport the Ameilcan AdmluUtra
tlou auhald) bill.
Opponenla of tbo prlmnry law
ibould lit ot be certain that they un
derstand It. Primary Iuwk have In
variably. been put forward In tho In
teroslH of tho poor man who has nu
other means of IntluenclnR partisan
icprcsontutlvcH tlian by hla vote
Semi-annual payment ot taxes was
a Kond move. It should now bn sup
plemented by u law provlilliiR for a
Territorial depository. Thcro Is no
Kooil reason for loclduK up the coin
of tho Territory In the vaults of lho
Capitol building when, by depositing
wlti the banks, financial conditions
can he Improved.
Immigration affairs may he con-
tldercd ub settled. And futuro events
will undoubtedly prove that Japan Is
finite satlslled with tho law pushed
by tho United Stntes Congress. It Is
true that there are notno points for
interpretation In tho new immlgra
Hon law, but It all piomlses tho best
for Hawaii's continued progress nnd
Tho proposed County ICducullon
Committee does not Batlsfy tho man
who wants lomplctn County control
nor tho man anxliuiB for absolute
Territorial muntigeinont. It renio
lenU a fctep toward tnoro complete
locul self-Kovornment nud will sorvo
to prove whether there Is the real In
terest In public fcchools which cltl
zenu of tho nutbldo Counties Indicate.
Engineers of tho United States ai
my can bu ilopundcd upon to stick by
thu Job unci see that It Is clime well.
hn I I hMq rm hfiir( pmr rout.!
iimn imm IV rltlllan Hni4r m Ihf
I'liiiHMo mmlmi MtHtmi twtr '
Ion AMWhun r) nMrani ma)
lint h much m nutirtfl fntrv, tint
lhv i M tttarfc li lh taw f iMty
tlllltlRh thjr ! sMMNrMtetl tl HmMi
whin the won hitirtwl hoc itirti-
iit-riil fur m bioir
t ii'l iiiiirf wonrv
' SHIP SUBSIDY PKEFERRBD.
I'lesldeni lloowvell thinks fnvor-
t l ciiaugtl of Ihn alilp wilnldy bill
now before lbi I'Bltmt State (.'on-
Kii-o to aubnill h bimwIhI imwwk
kikIiir tlmt It (Htm. Ill that ihpmmku
the President drew c-flpcclsl AtU'litliill
io thp damanda of tbo freight nnd
pamu-nKer tratllr of thu luiwiilhiti i
I HUSpcllKIOII Ol IIIO MI.IHIWIIO HllippillK
1 luwii lii vli'W of the clearly oiitlln-.
"' .liiillllBllill lull I'lilic;, 1111 111111
110MM, ., ... ., . llt,r ' lkl,
of Btatutniiinshlp. nu outbumt of cn-
thitsliiBlii for tli further.inrt' of
American HUploiuar) In tbo l'.tclllr
ii inny be. Hut It Ik very doubtful If
li would bo either iimlt'ixtood or np-
ll)lllj III WIIKMIIIKIOII.
i.rfi( i. in ii nuip niiiiniu) ii.ih nriue
i it i'd the Uceunlc company, on which
our chief dependence la now pluieil.
The niloptlou of the ahlp Hulmldy bill
now In tbo limine would unaitie addi
tional HhlpM for tulu Hue, and plaie
II In a poxltlou to fairly compute for
I he South P.tulllc trade.
CoiiKrcsKlonal adjournment Ih
three daH dlHtitnt.
I 'nt 1 1 the hlilp KiibHldy bill ban
It en Mited on und defeated would It
not be the bulsht of folly for cltl
.eiiH, olllclnla or oiKulilz.ttlona of lla-
uall to .end word to CoiiRrenK that
wullii primarily aid the foielKii Bhlp
lobb, and dUciL-dlt thu work of tlm
IMitor Kveulug llulletln: --" Water
filtration will render 111 fur into a wil
ier which (ould not otherwlKD be
lined, but such filtration does not ro
more aliKolnteh till RcruiB. o k ty
phoid, un a Uttered BiirfiKii w.iler
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DUBINQ ITS PHESF.NT ACTIVITY.
Ieavinc Honolulu Friday, Mch. 1,
tier S. S. "CLAUDINE," returning by
s. b. "wmau, " tiaturaay, iicn. o,
The round trip costs only $52.00.
For tickets and information re
garding ihe trip, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Real Estate Deo't,
Manoa Valley $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
King; Street $30.00
Nuuanu Street $50.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Beretania Stieet $25.00
Thurston Avenue $42.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Young Street S35.00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
McCully Street $15.00
Qulick Avenue $35.00
Waikiki Beach, for 3 months
per month $75.00
Large residence for 1 or 2
years, per month $100,00
Litnalilo Street . $50.00
Prospect Street . . . .$25.00
Near town, property extendinc
from Beretania to Kinau Sts. Three
cottages, an rented; win tell as a
whole or each cottage separately
with suitable lot. Price low) terms
half c.ibli, balance on mortgage at
6 per cent.
Henri Walcrhuiiss Trust Co.. Ltd..
Corner Fort an1 Merchant Sis.
T t X TI ' lit fe
ram itnn he atMnlntvl sale r
MM lrr MrrM rilMam. while u
mrl muter, with th wnurr nniii
Irrly (tfrtwM. In mt ' I'lum repot t
of IMmiiM 0 Hlmrpy t'hntilM, Hit.
whII Twrlloty ,
I W HM lH H' ItlHt It W elllf
j imtndil tlmt the IMinm water
mmM xtiptilr the whole limn, and If
h MNHittHt 1k l.iMMi.ouu gallona pi-r
i'ii). they are allll clionp nl thu IH:
M Hhen by tin? Kxecuthe'a coin
li lMloiur. for In h iciort Mlven by
I'. II KIui-kH. ('. II.. tbo cost of null
iilone to pump Unit iiniouiit of wutcr
to till- pltttatlon of the Pauoa KprltiK-
I., till feet I would lie H.0Ull prr
:cHr, not tuenllonliiK lho (out of n
Hi lien tid expenne of runnlUK. 'lc
"Tlieao Hprlnica nn- nil locnlcd Is
J'nuoa ulU . Mlilvli U u twitiiriil wn
I er ahud, nnd would be n Miliuihlu
u-icrvolr aliit fur tbo (lovurniiicnt."
(Irlinwood, ltlihnrdioii ft Hollo
Tile Aihcrthier'H limluu:itlonH of
Krnlt In tliU niatler Ik low nnd con
temptible, but Whilt cull J oil expei t
from a niun like Walter (I. Smith,
who min that llltcied Miwer wnter la
pleniuiut to the limte
The blK Amerlciiii-lluwiilhin Kteii-
""r AIuhKiiii nrrUed tlilH imirnlliKl
lug flom Piget Sound after a pleas-
i, nt puhxugp of ten das fiom Taco-
ma. (luod weather was experienced
all the way utd tke Alaskan arrhel
arrived here -on Hehcdiilo time. Tin
big freighler has a new captain, at
least ii captain new to the ship,
though nut to the shipping men ol
Honolulu. This Is dipt. J. M. Nich
ols, formerly captain of the Oiego
Ulan, of the name line. Ilu took tbo
place of t'.ipt. C .M. Nichols, who has
gone to San l'mudsiii, wheie he will
lake command of the now fielgbter
Mexluin, which has been launched
and Is iic.ul) teudy to go Into com
mission. There Is a new depatturo In tho
freight brought by thu Alaskan; this
consists of I U, (1110 barrels of fuel oil,
which Is brought hero fur tho Union
Oil Co. The Amctlcuu-linwullun
ships weie built with BiiIIlclcul tank
capacity to entry oil enough for the
trip from Honolulu to New York iin.l
now with the auditor trip to the To
huuntupee -Isthmus have much cxtia
room In their tun Us. Bringing oil
Io Honolulu will be a regular pi no
tice of tho American-Hawaiian shlpr
liimi now on unci thcro will bn u
largo part of tho fuel oil which li
told by thu Union OH Company coma
In this w.i).
dipt. Nichols hud very llttla warn
ing of tho fart that ho was to change
Iroui thu Oregonlan to tho Alaskan,
as ho arrived In Now York on thu
llrsl named ship on one day and left
for the Pacific on his present ship
only twenty-four hours later.
The Alaskan biought her usual
cut go of products from tho Sound
country, Including lumber, feed-
ftulTB, flour und HOOD hart els of llmo.'
Kho also has a large quantity of mls
(ellancous merchandise fiom Sail
I'rnnclsco and New York.
$700 will buy homo
in Nuuanu Valley
WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE OUR
WILL TAKE PLACE
FEBRUARY 26TH, 27TH and 28TH.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend and sec the latest ideas
in fashionable millinery.
(II IS Old
Police Gather In Whole;
Outfit Of Gamblers
At One Swoop
The first luiKirtiitit rapture In i he-la
ea-s wiim made testenhiy by Chli-f of
DcteitlvcK TnWr nnd his mm, A
(treat pail of the ciedli Is due to Town-t-epd,
the Jiipano.1. special oftlccr, who
milked 11.0 the ms. This time Japa
item! were those uriestcd nnd as thu
result of lho liiipstlguiloux which have
ecu kuiiik un icil Mlllllt. nine lllliu Jiill,
the owner of tin die-fa bank, his go
between four agents und etioiigb ml
cYncu to make u (iiuilctlnu practically
Mire weie cntitured
!The urmngcmcius for the bank were
mi utlaiiged tlmt lhe were illllicull to
detect, the illlTei. m parts uf the trao.l
uitlon going on In thiee places nt
I the same lime. The owner of the bank,
n Japanese inmed Snguuil lives un Arhl
'lane baik or the famous All Kwal
. gambling limine His go between,
i .MiimLiiml, had his iihiiiis just off King
'htleel near (be Di pot Tlieie, the four
agents, Taknhashl. Shlmiira, Mnkalda
nud Yitmaoka, used to inei t tu get their
supply uf tickets The winning word
j was alto given out in nu unusual way,
ii .Kiimiicfeo woman, wnceiiiig ii ouuy
carriage with a oiingsler In it, being
the source fiom whhh thu luck ones
received their lufiiiuiatloii.
1 When Sagntnl's iisiius were raided
the tttuffcil the liierlmluatlug evidence
through u crack III the floor and It
wuu finally found underneath tbo build
ing by the delci lives
The casiB weie called In the polko
com t this morning Inn continued till
.March 7 by iiiusent. the attorney for
the defonre being busy nt other work.
rt i' s.)t t x ji ;i ; r j a -4 k k m v
JC1 HONOLULU WEATHER
I'eb. 2I, 11)07.
TciupcrutuicK il a. m., 70; 8 u. nj,
711; 10 it. m., 7:1. noon, 77; morning
llnrometer, a in.
III!. (10; abso-
lutiv liiimldlly. 8 u in., r. ,:tj:i gialns
per cubic foot; lelatlie hiitnldlty, 8
a. m., 72 per cent , dew point, 8 n.
Wind C ii. in., udoelty'9, direc
tion NI-'; 8 n. m . velocity It, diiecttou
K; 10 il. in., velocity 8, dliectlou II;
noon, elocity !i. direction NH.
Italnfall duilug at (hours end
ed 8 a. in., '.17 Inch.
Total wind movVnicnt during
'Jl.tymrs emled uf jyaun, lllti mites,
Section Director. U. S, VealUer nuresu.
To ho neither hero nor there Is the
nQlcht of u tax dodger's ambition,
mmmnLM i i m .M.
GOOD CHEESE LENDS
ZEST "t,e APPETITE
Our stock of cheeses, which is the best and the largest in
Honolulu, has just been replenished by n fresh shipment of the
Various Kinds of Breakfast Cheese in Tin Toil,
Henry May &
The Meal Department
Opens at 6.30 a.m.
Closes at 8 p.m.
In the future, our meal hours will ex
tend from 6:30 a. m. to"8 p. m., but
LARGE PARTIES ACCOMMODA
TIONS CAN BE ARRANGED FOR
A LATER HOUR. o
IH 1 HOUSE
Withdrawal Of Vessels
Very Serious, Says
The deal III of sli'.-imshlps rutinlti(
Iroiii Hawaii to lho mainland, nirl
lho (iiuseiiient Injury to the busi
ness of tho Teriltory, was thu sub
ject of a coiiiiniiiilintiou from W. II.
Casllu to the House of Iteprcienln-tlii-s
this morning. Cnsde Is appar
ently of the opinion that the situa
tion Is n serious one and Hint some
thing ought to bu done at cmce to
lemedy It v It seems that ho Is not
((intent to leave thu matter to
Wltlilngton, although Wllblngton
Mies Io Washington to settle It. Cm
tie wauls thu House, thu (iovcrnor
i.ud othcrB to act at once und try Io
get Congress Io help the Territory
mil of thu hole which the withdrawal
of tho Oceanic Hue steumeis puts It
Into. Following Is tho luxl of his
eominutilcatlon, which was tabled,
to be taken up later by tho House:
I'ebruary 27, IU07.
Hon. II. I,. Hnlstelti, Speaker; I louse
of Representatives, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Thero Is no question
that the discontinuance of tho Oce
anic stenmeiB nnd thu impossibility
of passenger trulllo with thu United
Stales except hy thu occasional trips
of China steamers und thu Alameda
amounts to u great disaster to this
Tertllory, and certainly no relief Is
In sight unless wo dike very piompt
measuies for biicIi relief, as Congress
Is to adjourn within n week. Cer
tainly If we take no steps whatever,
Congress will be perfectly Justified
next fall in thinking It Is n matter
of small moment.
Cannot tho C'hambex nf Coinmeiee,
Aleiebaiits' Association, tbo (lovei u
or, and perhaps homo olUeis, send u
dispatch not Inter than tomorrow
morning .to thu President of the Ken
ate, thu Speaker of tho House, and to
thu Delegate and any others deemed
necessary, possibly In boiuu such form
DIsioiiHiiuaniu of Oceanic steam
ers amounts to disaster for Hawaii.
Itemalnlug steamers under American
flag wholly lusulllclcnt for nbsoluto
requirements uf business unit health
travel. Cannot Congress suspend
prohibition of passenger Unfile by
clcumcrs uot American till middle) of
Prompt action wilt bo necessary to
PARMESAN (grated) '
FR0MAGE DE CAMEMBERT.
Compare them with the best imnorted candies; your
judgment every time will be in favor of our owa
make. Always fresh made by a Coast exoert.
Try our delicious"" ICE CREAM made of pure Jersey
cream. o ,
We Make a Specialty
IN SUPPLYING FAMILIES WITH
Bread, Pies and Cakes, etc.
Try our delicious ICE CKEAM made of pure Jersey Cream
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich tmd Mellow
102.004 NUUANU STREET.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
coon io thu doing of anything In this
Very respectfully yours,
W. It. uahti.i:
At the meeting of the lllth Precinct,
Ith District, Democratic! Club, held
rYlirunry 27. l'J07. thu following linkers
were duly elected: Moses Palaii, pres
ident; llenrj K. IC1I, vice president:
Dick Kekona, secieinry: Dan. P. Poll-
kapa, assistant sccietary; Jim Polilim,
treasuier. Incentive lominltlee: Si
meon Allillca. a. W. Kepami, J, S. Kl-
nllaii, P. Muka aml'llaleiikala.
MARSHALL ALL RIGHT
IMIIor livening llulletln. Ill a Per
sonal" III )oiir paper a few weeks
since, you stilted that J. W. 1- .Mar
shall hud gone to lho Coast lu search
of health. I or tbo hunullt of Inquiring
menus i wish to siuiu unit .Mr. .Mar
shall Is In pel feet health and went to
the Const on business only. Thanking
ou for this valuable space In jour pa
per. I am,
.MRS. J. W. I.. MAUSIIAI.U
Wallukll, .Maul, Feb. 28, 1907.
NORTH REPORTS ON JAPANESE
Washington, D. C Jan. 110. The
Immigration lluientt today received
a long leporl from Commissioner
North at San Francisco, reciting the
circumstances attending thu landing
of about SOU Jupanvsu Immigrants on
thu steamships Alameda unci Korea
lust week. Tho statements made hy
tho Immigrants Indicated that per
haps llfty of them weiu contract la
bore is, and tho Commissioner ex
presses thu opinion that had it benn
possible thoroughly to examine Hiojo
arriving on the Koieu, a lingo per
centage would have been found to bo
It Is repented that the Duke d'Ab
ruzzl, a noted Arctic exploier, is to
visit thu Jamestown i:.xKlllou ami
ut tho same limn intends to meet
Commander Perry with view to ar
ranging n Joint expedition to tho North
For Want Column See Pane Six
A Job compositor. Steady work;
good wages. Apply ilullotin of
Turrlloilal Treasury, Survey Depart
ment, Nos. tltl nnd (ilfi, dated
Aug. 14, lUOU. for M0 and Sl.8r,
respectively, In favor of Lecrng
Hong; appropriation, expenses of
Held pintles and office work. He
turn to Audit Office, Honolulu.
A small furnished cottago and .nicely
furnished rooms, at Hauleluu Iaiwn
cor. Richards and Hotel Sts.
-PHONE MAIN 308.
N FINE WINE8 A. LIQUORS.
$ ikW IE -IS
Wc now have a beautiful stock of
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY, entirely
oriental in workmanship and made of
Pure Gold 24-kt. fjne.
We invite your inspection of our
Large Stock of
' PURE JADE
RINGS. PIUS. BROOCHES,
The Workmanship Will Bear the
FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND OF
THE VERY LATEST
Received by the last Steamer.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR WIN
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KING ST.
To Halelwa during the
session of the Legislature
and get a day free from
trouble over bills and ap
propriations. St. Clair Bidgood, .
TO COMBS THOUSANDS
life would be and is dull with
out n piano. In the famous
FISCHER nearly everyone is
able to have the supreme en
joyment of musio in 'jtheir
own homes. Sold on easy
A large stock of the An
gelus Piano Player also is
kept by us to meet the ever
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Good workmanship guaranteed or
money refunded. Felt, straw and
Panama hats cleaned satisfactorily.
Hats called for and delivered. 1154
Fort St. opp. Convent. Phone Main
483. Felix Turro, prop,; Alf. Gumbs,
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1268 FORT 8T. near DERETANIA.
Sewing maehlnea for aale,
' TEL. MAIN 117.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 45?.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
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ia.rtiteii'! i AttlSit
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