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VOL. VT. No. 3630
Evangelical Educators Select Land Por
Freight From New York
Will Come In
DIRECT BOAT FROM SAUNA CRUZ
Honolulu I to have n .1i .In) freight ch of enili Mil lutrixlitrvil lio fur
f.fjhi diilo from Now York Tills mi- nlshed C It llu.klund fur lliu i.8u of
iKiimii'iui'iil was niailo IimI.ij li) tl.o die Chamber of Commerce anil llio
Ainerl.iiu-Huw.illan Steamship (.V
liiiii-Iliiw.illmi steamship CO
i b. uuiblcd ll. make tills time i
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lii Imtf liifinii tint ttjtur Tnliii'iiitntu-n
route 'llienHfil.if Mteriiio.iiiiiio.ln- miimen.led lliren appropriations for
llo.iii for lliln illy In tliu handling ot repairs to sihool houses.
New Vnili fi.ig'it linn lieen felt for Tho nppiopriatlon fur till s.lns.l
Mime tlmo inn) Iiiih l en met liy the houso at Knlnallil mih wltl.il.awu at
Ainerl.nii-lluwnllan wllh u special ser- (ln rcqucal r the iruiiiHar, llou. Kii-
vlie for whl. I. tint steamship Ncbrask- Ml()
"Tne'ncw sc-rvho will tommonconcxtl.T1'0. .pro1.rlatlon for repairing
month ami tlin Nob.nsknn will l..io "l".l at html w.ih tahlo.l. as tho
Salitia Cray, the l'aclflc jiort nf tho tltl.i of tho p.oporty was quostlun
Mexkai. National Itallronil, on April nlilo.
21 Hho will tone direct from tin ic nil I lounn lilt fin, relating to an lip
Honolulu who.nsho will I.m.1 sugar for1 prnprlnlloii i.r $l,r.oo ror building a
III., lel.i.n If this bout Is hejit nil I1CW k(.,.,)0, ,,.,., for ,mil,,ulI Klll
th.t can if inn h!io will bu utile to make .,. i
(hi! trl. over) six vvieks, tho x.illltif; I . , .,:,. .
lime between hcio and Hallna CruH "m", "ll1 '"' IrvlilInB npproprl
l.elng 12 .! ami tho rest of tho n-atloiiH repairs to Koua school house?
terval being used In .lis. barging cntgo.was rctominondo.1 l.y the committee,
mid lo.idl.iK sugai I Tho (Munition Commltlco rccotu-
Tor freight lo rem li hem by thu mended that nppmprlntlons lio iiia.lt)
Nebraska!! on her first trip It ulionld fr rclll,rH t bcIiooIh In Kohala.
lo ic.idy to lcao New York on or i .nil .r. n, tM.,,,,.1,,,, n,
before April i Thin will Khc plenty , V V, ' .
ut tlmo for tho III- to thn lthniB ni,tlc0 ",-','"'"!",lo(l lll,c Vas "
nml for nm extra tlmo which may appropriations for ropiiln! to schoolH
be needed In linn.llInK at that ikiIiiU,'" K"S for ropalrs to hcIi.hiIh nt ilo
Tlio Npl.rni.kH.., wl.lln one of tho nomaknu, I'ololn, Ilonfllpu, Muk.i-
Kinnllor of Hi.' American-Hawaiian
iHiiitn, can tnrr) CO00 tons of . argo and
rh.inl.l, on her now echvdi.te, bo of
Rieal convcnleiuo to tho inortmii.tH of
llouolnl... Hlio Ih rnmninn.led by Cnjit.
uiiIrIH, who bi ndl mid favorably
knowi In HiIh city and l.cr other ofll
,ivrn aic itill old tlmcra hero
Lower Legislative Body
Tho House wan called to order at
j 1 1 clock this morning.
Siiporlntcnilent of Public WorkR
llollowuy Infc-.me.l tho Houso that
ho was ready to appear beforo tho
(ommltteo nt any tlmo.
Auditor I'lshor also luforiued thn
llouso that ho was ready to meet tho
House rinnnto Committee when
Tho Speaker iii.leied that ton cop-
' i'J "livfili'Jfr 'two
M ,1h ST Ii
( I mi I lb i
MADE IN NEW YORK
fllfh.,1 KmiUmln tTo "
Every merchant looks for spring
2:30 O'CLOCK HI BULLETIN REANRS HE O.K. Ill OUAJVTIIV AND QUALITY
UmK .lHlrM for ,10 iMiuatlmi
Committee .... Houso lllll Ila.n1 re.-
AIcr IiaiitH Afwudiitliin
HuglicH, clialniiaii of the I'nblto
IxpcndlturcH and A. counts Commit
tee. ieporte.1 on Attornoy (lonornl'a
Dop.irtmcnt cxpcnillturoa. Thu com
mlttco condemned tho practice of tho
Attorney Ccncral In pa) Ins tho court
olllccr and Dctcotlto l)nlo'a K.ilar-
Ioh out of Incidental approprlatlniiM
and recommended that a rider bo
attached to tho appropriation bill for
current expenses, prohibiting tho
iii) ine.it of salaries under sal.) bill.
Corrca Introduced a resolution pio
l.lini7 appropriations for tho follow
ing purposes; Tor completion and ox
tension of Sthool street, $ir,n00;
lano from Bcliool street to Kunhlnl
Moanaull Introduced a resolution
prinldl.iR 1 0,000 for educating poor
tlillilien In tho coIIcrcs or universi
ties of tho mainland.
Money for Salaries .
Kcircl.il) Atkiubou Informed tho
House that tho (ioieiuor had signed
tho following bills:
House lllll 13, an art' to upproprl-
'ato money for tho nurnoso of defray
ur tho oxponscs of tho session of
tho Hotiso of Itoproseutatlvcs, Terrl-
tory of Hawaii, of tho jear 11107
frm tho public trcasmy.
Ronnlo lllll 20, au act to nppro-
prtnto monoy for tho purpose of do-
fraying tho expenses or thn regular
session or tho Scnato ot tho Leglsla-
(Continued on Page 2.)
the part that dress playa 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 ge
nius In ability. But the world
will mlsjadge him.
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 20.
COR. FOBT AND HOTEL 8T8.
- HONOLULU rKKItlTOKY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. MAItOH 2. 190712
i wm phi
Passes House Resolution
Taking $30,000 And
BILL RAISING PAY OF
ROAD WOKKEHS OPPOSED t
Scnntors Decide That They Will Not
Dictate to the Countiet in the
Grave Question of
Tho Heunto rnjojcil a or Inter
esting session this mo. ulng. I'r.uii
tho point of vlnw of tho members
ami olll. crs ll was cspe. ially Inlet -
C'htlug on a.cniint of tho fact that
ihoy yot their first Instalment of
their pay Tho Hcnnlo passed tho
Housn riiiii nrrenl resolution in .'opt
ing tho J.'ln, 011(1 iipproprlatlon mado
by CougrcsH to p.i) for legislative1
expenses, swallowing tho proviso
that they must not ilalm pay for an,
extra session, lllto a blttor dose ot
mcdlrlno, though they did make a
wry fnco at taking It. It was evi
dently not the pecuniary considera
tion which bothered the Senators,
but they . crtalnl) did not like tho
In. K of . .million. o which It Implied.
Immediately after thn passagu of thn
resolution thu Gubernatorial big
stick was put b.i.k In Its closet and
tho c. ho of thn ii)ch had not .lied
away when S. etetaiy Atkinson
biought in tho m.issngn iiuuounclng
that thn appropilatiou bills for Scn
alo and House expenses had beou
signed ami went tints available.
Thn Henato (ouvoucd at 10 u in.
Houso Concurrent llosoliitlon .',
atrepllng tho t:i0,(HHi Coiigiesslonal
appiopriatlon, though eondnmnlng
tho proviso It curried v.ith It, (iiuiu
up from the 1 louse, and Coelho mov
ed thai ll in"'
Dowictt amended to refer to thn
Jitdlrlar) Cou.mltteo. Coelho iml.l
tho Hcniito was being noli up This
delay wus simply for tho purposo of
getting a legal opinion. Tho amend
ment wan put In to n event tho poor
man from getting into tho Legisla
ture Tho motion to refer wiib lost.
Resolution Is Passed
Tho motion to pass was put to thn
a)o nud no vote. Afnl.okau, McCar
thy and Huiith voted no; Ilii)seldett,
Woods, Hewitt, UowKctt, Chilling
wotth, Lane, Coelho, (landall, Kniul
sen, .K. llama and lllshop, u)o.
Immediately upon tho resolution
having passed, a mobsago wan to
culvc.l ft oni tho (Iovernor that ho had
signed tho two bills appropriating
lull, 000 and JJO.OOO for Houso and
Senate oxpenseK respectively.
Houso lllll :i0, amending section
1 -I! Itevlsed Laws, p.ibscd first read
ing nml was referred to tint Judi
To Raise Court Clerks' Pay
A petition was icceived nshlng
that the salaries of Ciicult Court
Clerks lie talse.l to $125 u month,
that the bailiffs bo mii.lo ox olllclo
iisslstaut elerkii, that their pay bu
ialse.1 to $100, ami that of tho st.i-j
nographors $200 a mouth. Hoforred
to the Wu)H and Means Commlltinl
to bo considered with tho Appropri
Lano Intriidu. oil a bill giving thn
f'ovornnr, with t lift upproval of tho
Kenale, tlio iippoluttneut of Tux As-i-.ssorH,
which has formerly roBtcd
with tho Trcusiuer. l'nrscd llrst
Dowsett ropoittd for tho Ways
and Means Commit!. o ieporte.1 on
llio additional appiopriatlou bill.
No Auto for Babbitt
Thu .ommltteo recommended tho
(Continued on Page 2)
DON'T FORGET YOUR FRIENDS
Leave an order for a box of choice
Pineapples or a bunch of selected
business Lookmirwon't brine: it ; Advertising will
WASHINGTON. D C, Mar
J.,,,e."5in!i.c s.c!,i"t0'?,.I,.,,iY.e ,?.?.cid
iiu iu uuiai nt. aui ouuaiujr t'tii
Tills iloilbtlesa moms tbil Die
Denm. ruts will tall, the sui.s.l bill I
to itenth, as t'ougress adjourns
PORTLAND, Ore., March 2. The
wbms of the Coast sailoifj will be
'""" vc " "'"nm
SYDNEY, Australia. March 2.
George Towns defeated Edward Dur
ham in the world's championship
nrm nuTrAwc t m.... o
Serious floods prevail alone the Mis-
serious iioous prevail nion-, uic iuia
' "" '
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 2.
El Coipus Key and TcguiRalpa have
been taken by the Nicarnguans.
FOUR WERE KILLED
WATERBURY, Conn., March 2.
A railroad collision occurred here
todav. Four persons were killed and
a score injured.
HliiHnlln Wlrn.euit Rue. IiiIV
llllo, Hawaii, Mnicli 2. Tho Liihaitl
Seltlement Association has tl.clared Itbi
. . I
I In I Ilflliiri
wllllngiicss to accept tho uppralsctnenl'iKiie'i nan mwh.-.i n. a 1.1.
.,r ii. iii.Ii.Imii inn.u .i..,i iii i..t.n ihnMhey were wotklng for real mouc)
bm.U when offeied lor Beltleinent 'Ihu
(Isiiilo Ax-to. latl.ui Htill iibins tn limit al,
lo tho j'glslattilo 011 ucrouut of alleg-
id high .'ippiaucmeiit.
was shot down at the door of hit
home come months ai-o. He carried
a policy in the Standard Life and
Accident Co.. and his wife prompt-
lv reeeived $6,000. Few meet withi
cucli an ending as murucr, uui an
are most liable to accidents more or1
- . .. . . a ..
less serious. Protect yourself ond,lrHhl, f()r ;,.,, Torrlu,r , ,IlittaU
Fort St. Uopolulb
m wi fioht
Solons Are Blutfed By
' GOVERNOR SIGNS $50,900
At Soon at the Law-makert Promise
To Be Good, the Executive
Allows Them Their
(iovernor Carter has won out In hli
llrst flglit with the Legislature He ,
brandished the big stick and the bol
mis ila.il tho part of l)av Crockett i
i. sin 'Don't shoot, I'll ioiiio down
It was eas) The (itivornor h.uf
(hem .lead to rlghlH mid the) i.iiildiil
even s.iilr.n 1 liej vvautod to soak
1 lit in, but the) urie iifrnld. It was a
'told bluff, but It wotke.l like a tliiiini.
Ill was that $50,000 appropriation bill
to pa tho cxpeiihes of Hit! legislative
session thai .11.1 It 'I lip law makers
wanted tho mono and the) wanted It
The ron was over llio matter ot
the nrcc'.tauce of tho rcdcinl appro
priation of $.10,000 with a string to II
Tho (Iovernor Insisted that tho legis
lature should promise that In rase ot
tin cxtta fcusloti, the) would draw no
pay lot It and no mllrago fees.
That didn't look at ull good to 'hum.
"What nre wo hem for iinyvva) ?" tjeeni
td lo bo thn Idea of many ot lltani
"Isn't ll lo gel our bauds In tho public
cilli'.' There Is a cltunco for us (o
make $.'00 apiece for un extra session,
ami why should wo force., that? "
lint when It tamo to thn matter of
signing llio iipproprlatlon bill for $50,-
OOo to pa) tho expenses of tho session,
llie (Iovernor held ba. k Ho let It bo
understood that when the Legislature
agreed to accept tho Congressional up
proprlntluu with u string to It, h'
would slm t- . c 'I''-iiml not be
I"'.0 I"B'tr hlnffo.l and bluster. .!.,, ,lf lir,mry Iuw i,m
)Ul ,ley ,, thrtiiiKl. Vesterdi)! ' . ' ',. ,,,' ,..
Itcpreseutatlve Hughes' resolution ne-
It.ptlug thn Icrttm of tho 1'. deral tip-
proprlatlou was i.asse.1 In llio House,
and this morning tho Scnato fell In-
"' !' ""d ji.ii.sed It
And then tho Governor rut thn mel
on Tho last echo of an . .11)0" had
hardl) died out In the Senate chamber
when a communication fiom thn llxo
tullvo cut of llie building was rrtelvc.l
Muling thu thn Gov.rnor hud sign. d
(ho $.V),(00 appn.pt lallon bill.
When a similar communication was.
rrad In tho Howe, a large, fat smile
began to spread over tho fairs of llio
iiss. uible.1 Solons It sptta.l and
spread, like the ripples on it duck
pond when .1 stone Is thiouu into tin'
water I'rom ear to ear It went, while
nil cstntlc look 1Ik1iI.iI up tho leglsla
live o)cs. They wcro seeing visions,
pictures of thiniM-lves spending that
money 'I he expression of Joy un tho
fates of tho tougicgntlnn of a camp
Iim'i-iiiift in iuui.iii wiivii Duiiiu iiiiu
cuts n water melon would have looked
like bitter sorrow in comparison to
And tho vva) llio Houso went .at Us
work after tho fact that tho bill wa
then no, lueiely 111 hope 'Iheywcie
KiHIte lo llilllilin 1110 tlilll
Jho Territory of llawul has been
d. finitely turned down In tho matter
of IU request for a Rhodes scholarship.
Superintendent of Public lustructlou
llnbbltt bus retolved tho following lot
tor fiom Uic sc.tclary of tho lthodo3
1 1 list
1mdou, 1'cbruary 8, 1307.
W II llatil.ltt,
Supoi Intend, tit of Public In&triie
lion, Honolulu, I Iuw all.
Dear Sir1 Aflor soino delay my
I ............. .Up... ..... ... l... l... 1. ..It...
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!'Vr A,",!f',?I V,, ll ," "x .T' "
uic) remit Hint llir) lllid ll Impossi
ble for Hi. m 1.1 make such foundation.
CIIAItLi:s D. IIOVI), Setretiuy.
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
.1. Hopp & Co.,
Land Selected For New
In Manoa Valley
38 ACRES OF KIDWELL-METCALF ESTATES
I lie purcliiise of ns aires of laud In the Ukiimiini SHiihiI for lupaneue In
Miiu.il Vnlle) ii.IJi.lul.ig Coll. go Hills' to one Imttlliillol. ami under one man
lor the site of Uie .Mld-I'a.lll. Ulilter. iiKcmtnt The plan Is I.) no means
lit) hns li.ru prnrll.all) completed li .a liev one and was to liao been uir-
the Hawaiian HvanRell.al Asuoelatlou
The laud belongs to the Kldvvcll utid
.Mel.nlf estates and II Is understood
that the nrlco Is vcr (loso to 110,000
A meeting of the assodntlou wiu
held .vesterday iiftrruisin at whl. li
(verMhlug but the last formalities was
on. Iinloil and these "III be (.Hiked
lifter at a iinetlug of the finance unii
mlttce whl. h will bn held on Monday
i.fter.i.Ki.i The ...muilttco consists of
rho.d.ir.' Illi hauls, halrn.au, I' C
J(II1LH ,. M Vt,Ue ,. ,, I)Wr,.). d
Tho nlan which will be . arrlul nut I
ronslsts or the iuiin nM.in of Mills In-1
stltule the Kawalnh.io K miliar) and
Is An Ardent Advocate
Of The Primary
Heptese.ilatl.e Kulcl. pil Irt very
much disgusted ut thu rcixirt which
appeared In tl.o Star M-gnrdlng his
attitude toward tho proposed prima
When Lclelwl introduced Into lb?
Houso last Thursday a resolution do
signed to fo estall tho bill mid kill
It before II houl.l get to tho House,
Kalclopu ' In a fiery speech oppos
ing the ilutlou ami iidvo. atlug
Hill. In some way tho Blur got It
mixed up anil had Kalclopu attack
ing the prlmaty law measure Ac
cording to tuo report In Hint paper,
tho Representative fairly rent thn
rlr with l.ivectlvu dlricted at any
And, tn muko tho mnttcr worse,
tho County lleaton took tl.o Stnr'H
report us tori. el and followed Un
All of which Is, nf rourse, very
pleasing lo Kalclopu, who Is 0.10 of
the most ardent ndvocaTus of tho prl
maiy law measure.
H InkiH a good deal of i.iurago not (o
resent sumo Insults.
The Y. M. C. A, hat two fine tennis courts near
the corner of Hotel and Richards Streets; you can
use them' for $5 a year if you with.
The fut'itelnu rncrclmnl hat hit
teed In the ground for the vent's
liantil, nml If hit near-lighted il
tal will bat et un dote enough
to unteh him hr will obttne that
he li tcduloutly fructifying that
iced with Publicity It it common
Mite n follow Ir-ader who lial
tried out the beit metliod of get
tint? remits. The fuel that mi the
Beit merchantt advcrtltc in the
EVENINO BULLETIN it proof that
they get retulti.
1'iiiOB 0 Oj:nth
rled out before but tho Association wns
unable to pur. hiine the land which It
wished from tlit'l'nlolo Va1le lnd
and Improvement Asickitlu. It is
understood thai the present ileal his
been tarried on through the ug. nr)
of the H. nr Wiitorhoufo Trust Co,
rial estate department
While no one was willing to niako
i definite rtalcmont ill reyanl to tho
plans whlrli hnd been mail.' for tlio
new iinlvcrsll). It Is understood that
a vvialth) lady of this ell) has offrrr.l
l tho .none) with which Hip first at.v
lament liuildlnK shall lie elected ami
that tentative offers of other bulbllug-l
have been made
ALL IS PEACE
ft lin ll.tnan nf I f n,iP.Hlrt . ll 1 1 1 il ll nl m
.,i ..w.iv ... ..,'.vi. .
Ing lort Its light with tho (iovernor
over the mailer of tho $po,O0O appro
priation for leglalatlvo expense 4 and
tho acceptnncn of tho Ktdernl uppro
prlalh.11 of $30,000 with a string lo It.
Is now loins to make ll nppcar that
thcrn never was any fight, that ever)
U1I11K between tho legislators nud tho
Govruor has nlwn)s been pence and
l.nimonyt Speaker llolstrln annoumed
this morning that an enormous Im
pression appeared to havotgot jiiroiind
that there was friction between the
Leglshitiirn and thn Chief executive
of the Terrllnr) No such friction, ho
said, existed liver) thing w.l lovely.
FOUND Willi Ml
Dcput) .Sheriff 1 '.ill I a from Knncoho,
was In lo sco High Sheriff Ilcur) yes
tenia) nud reported that tho Chinese,
l.'im l'al, who had been missing for
11 dn) a. had been found In tl.o open
field, will. 11 luilUt hole through Ills
head and u revolver lying by his sldu.
Ony the bones of the man were left.
A 1 .miner's Jury tat on tho raso mid
brought In a verdict of Milrldc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. March 1.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 11 l-4d. Pa
rity, 3.87 cents. Previous quotation,
In tho matter of Maria Ilarclc versus
William Sivldgc fornpioitlonment ot
dower, A. hi for tho plnlnllff thl.v morn
ing doted his case Ashfur.l, fur the
defendant asked for n cotitlniinuco and
Judge Do Dolt continued the case li
Tno 30 or 10 inrh second hand mud
presses aro wanted. Sic want ad Hill
Courtesy Manufacturers Shoo Co.
r a n o 0