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THE GREAT ART IN TRADE IS TO GATHER CUSTOMERS
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' lookinf . il it important to lUNtn
j Ihtt something should be doing. If
'. thit merehant K at Jll wise he will
I ! tun on a campaign ef education
through the newspapers, to tell the
I people wht he It giing to provide.
; The EVENING BULLETIN goes to
the home people, the people with
j' money ready for intelligent, Judt-
Vrom San Franelicoi
For San 1'ram.lico:
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BULIETIN INEHNff (MB NEW PATRONS
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HONOLULU rKUKITOKY OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. 31 A 1(0 H 6. 1907
1'iuon () Oknh
NITRATE SHIP IS
IS III fill)
Delegate Writes Of
LIGHTHOUSE TENDER IS
Bid VICTORY FOK HAWAII
Feeling on Both Sides That the Im
migration Amendment Is Ten
tativc But h Qnide
To tlio livening lliilli'tln: The
lii(iniit net ton of tin? Leglslnluic In,
authorizing mi Invitation to mem
bers (if Congress 1h highly couiiuoiiiI
able, mill will undoubtedly IimiI In,
lliiliorlmit anil fur-ieaclilug ichuIIh
rur lluwall. i
I liiul already miiiiiiIciI certain I
members mill knew that tliu crucial i
plan tuiltl prove acceptable. Tho
pernouul Invitations so fur niiiilo liavoj
lii't'ii well iciclvcd, inn) I have leusouj
to believe Unit wu shall secure iic-
icptnuccs (nun ii representative
Kniup of Congiossnion wlio mu active
licit It In Hawaiian anil gunuiul legis
lation. Tliu Invitations now being given
iioing git en i
mil tliu fill-1
will inclitihi menihcis frnni
Vu8 mul Munuut AppioirlntloiiH;
Public llulldlngs; Rivers mul liar
Iioih; lnterstnto Coniniorco: Naval Af-fali-M;
Judiciary: Merchant Mailuc;
Immigration; Military Affairs.
We Iiiivb been alilo to lirlnK consld
I'rnlilu pniHHiiro to bum- on tliu llouso
(onfi'iccH on tliu Army Mil, to liavu
tliu transport privilege auicuilnicut of
tliu Senate accepted, ami tlii-ro Is
strong leuson to liupe that thlB will
ho ilime. This, will materially rcdueoj
tlm cost of ocean transportation fori
tliu visiting party though It Ik likely
Hint tlunu will not lie transpoit space
(or all, nil Homo may liuvu (o come
liy Hleamer. j
Tlnough constant mul concerted
work with the llouso conferees, on
tliu Lighthouse hill, wo have nt last
succeeded In having a lighthouse
tunilur provided for Hawaii nt a rust
or jsifi.ooo; this with the Molokal '
light gives tin a total or ss7fi,uun In,
Hint hill, which Is pioportlonntoly
fnr in excess of tliu amount given to
any State, I
TIiIh gratifying result In tlm morci
unusual, hecaime It necessitated tliu
striking out of the lumler ptovlded
for (,'allfoinl.i In the snnio hill. Tliu'
aid of Col. Hepburn wiih of con rue In
valualilo in bocurlng thla agreement
hy tliu House ccmfeieeH.
Tomorrow wo have a heariuR bo
foie the Appropriations Commllten to
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl March 0.
Alio Ruef, whose bail in the sum of
$50,000. was declared forfeited yes
tetday, 1ms not been found.
tAftntinltil l'rrn H).nM '.'jklfl
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal March G.
Major Schmitz has arrived, leturnini;
from his trip to Washington. He re
fuses to make any statement for pub
lication. (AtsarUited Vma Special Cable)
I0S ANGELES, Cal March G.
The railroad trains from the East are
delayed by floods. The Salton Sea is
Moclaf-it I'rejn Mpcclal Cabltl
SAN DIEGO, Cal., March G. The
eunboat Princeton has sailed for San
U II. Kerr & Co. will continue their
hosiery .ilu until Saturday Do not
miss It im such au oppoiuulty to pur
chase hosiery bargains Is tiffined but
onco u year.
Jgy Pir Rent"
thit Bulletin offlc.
carda on aala at
the part that drees plays In
shaping a man's career. Ar
rayed In at Ill-fitting suit of
poor material, out of date, or
exaggerated In style, a man
may at heart be a gentleman
or the highest type, and a go
nlus In ability, Dut the world
will misjudge him,
THE KASH GO,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TP.
. Is Rising
BRITISH SHIP LOCHGARVIE
ASHORE ON KAMALO REEF;
SALVAGE BOATS ON WAY
r SPECIAL BULLETIN WIRELESS 1
LAHAINA, MAUI. MARCH 0. THE FULL RKKJED SHIP LOCHQARVIE, CAPTAIN RITCHIE, RAN
ASHORE ON THE REEP OFF KAMALO. M0L0KAI. AT 7:15 A. M. MONDAY, MARCH 4TH.
SHE WAS FIFTY-EIOHT DAYS OUT FROM ANT0FAOASTA. ONE OF THE CHILEAN NITRATE
PORTS. LADEN WITH TWO THOUSAND TONS OF SALTPETRE AND CONSIGNED TO THE HAWAIIAN
FERTILIZER CO., HONOLULU.
THE SHIP LIES ABOUT A MILE OFF SHORE AND ABOUT ONE-QUARTER MILE INSIDE THE BELL
THE INTER-ISLAND STEAMER MAUNA LOA RESPONDED TO SIONALS OF DISTRESS BY SENDING
IN A BOAT TO DETERMINE SOUNDINGS. AND LATER SrEAMED INSIDE TO HAUL THE SHIP OFF. AT
0:20 P. M.,i AFTER OETTING LINES ABOARD READY TO TOW. THE MAUNA LOA SUDDENLY CUT THE
LINES AT HER STERN AND, ABANDONING THE SHIP, PROCEEDED ON HER REGULAR ROUTE TO
Tliu tiiR lnticphl rullcil'for the wret'f
nl 12 o'diicl. anil wik followed hv I hi
.luiui'M .Malice an hour later The last
named Jmnl should reach tliu t-cene of
the wicck as .toon iih either of tint
other two which Htarleil ahead of her.
rile Maiinlii): will Icaw; lonlnht at li
o'ciocii ami imt take l'lesldciit K
Itvily of thu lnte.r-lsl.md. 7nu lliter
Island Co. kept the limvu im quiet au
posslhlc all thu moiiilui; In order that
they mlaht get their iKiats away hefoiu
UKi'i.j uf th-Intrepid ami the .Makeu
hail heard of thu wieck.
Preparations mu heiiiK Hindu to
liisli plenty of assistance fioin llonii
lulu to the aaslstance or the 1icliKar
vlu and thu Inter-Island NiivIkiiHuii
Co 'h steamer I.tkellke wan thu Hint
to ko to the le.icne. Bhn arrived from
Kaw.iiluiu this mornlliR, landed her
caiKo of cattle, and was Immediately
Kent out to Molok.il lluforu going,
extra hawsers weie placed on hoard
mul orileiu weiu glvuu to rush tlm
vukhcI all the wn
Abuse By Pineapple and
Sisal Men Is
Tho Sennto thlk foicnoou Indulged
In a warm light on thu subject of ill
veislfled Industries, Thu subject
came up In thu hilt granting the pine
apple, sisal, starch, castor oil mid va
nilla a tax exemption of thu cms in
addition to thu live yeais' exemption
wlilch thoy aiu now enjoying, and
which will explin next year. Tlm
Ways mul Means Committee leported
against tho hill, showing that somu
of tlm Indusliles named wero pios
purlug exceedingly and also that they
and In some measure abused their
privilege, OthorB, howuvur, fought
strenuously for thu hill and It finally
passed second reading. However. It
Is piohahlo that thu pineapple fann
ers will have a big fight ou their
hands to Keep their Industry from
i being cut out on third reading.
House Mill IS, lolatlng to coroncrH'
1 mi u est s, passed flist leading.
Hewitt Intioduced thu following
resolution: "ftcholved, Thnt tho
Ti cannier bo lequested to inform the
Suunto what steps, If any, lmvii lieon
taken to enforce compliance with
Chapter, 102, Itevlsed Laws or Ha
waii, lolatlng to reglstiatlou of to
pnrtuvishlps. If no action lias been
taken, thu reasons theiufor."
lame Intioduced a llijuor hill, the
measure favored by thu Republican
pally, which passed llrst reading.
Senato ,11111 IS, relating to nppealH
from the Court of Land Registration,
passed third reading.
Honatn Hill II .1, striking nut tho
btututo piovlslim providing that -no
street, mad or bridge shall be con
structed without thu location, guide,
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A Japanese named I'liklslilmn was
in rested hy the polUu this morning on
the charge of Impersonating au olllcer.
A tin badge or the same shape as that
of nun of tliu special olllcer's was found
In thu pocket of Fuklshlma when he
Tliu levcuuu cutter Manning will
not leave for Molokal till lonlght. as
vhu Iiiih Just returned fioiii a titp to
Hawaii and will liuc to take coal on
hoard he fore leaving She will go
alongside thu Naval dock this after-
noon mid Mil her hitnkeis. getting'
nwa) during thu night
Thu Miller H.ilvagu t'o Is pieiiar-'
Ing In muni tlm .Iiiiiii'h Makee with n wife "t nnchor. At that tlmu the nl
iull wiecklug outllt, to the l.iKhgur- train veasel had heun intlmru for H
vie, and she will gut awai e.nly thh it nix Iioiiih ami still she, lluw no slg
afturiioon. The Jicavy anchors and nal of distress to show thai she want
ctililcH wlilch were iihoiI hy ('apt. Mul- ed outHlile iiwdHtanru. Tho llrHt hunt
calf In pulling thu Mam Inula off tliu , to see thu llx In which uhu was was
shoal at Walinanalo, mu all on hoard the Manna I.o.i, leaving here yestei-
Hie Makeu mid should he moat useful
in pulling on the nltrale slilp.
A Kt range part or the story In con
nection ulth thu ;olitg asluio of thu
Ucligarvlc Is thu fact that she wan
keen Just he fore she went ashore, and
was also seen while ashore and no1
leported When the Manning was
leturnlng from her trip lo Hawaii
she nlghled thu Uiclmnrvle at about
t o'clock Moncko morning, only nhoiit
ARE NOT CONFIRMED
A letter from the Delegate (omuieml
Ing tliu action of tlie Senate In jiassli'n
the lesolutlun providing for thu ex
puiibcs of thu Congicsslonnl putty was
lead In Hie Senate when 'It opened iih
icsslon this aft ruoou.
Doui-ctt moved to reconsider Hie ac
tion taken jesterday ou thu (iovein
or's appulntmeuts of election inspucl-
ots. Ho moved that all thu appoint
ments be nut confirmed.
Ho said the appointments weie only
recess appointments and tho adinluis-
I rat Ion would not lesem their not be
ing (onllimed furthermore many
might change residence and political
mill! and the (iovcruor should be al
lowed a tice hand.
Smith said that such action would
niuku thu coiilliinntluu iKiwer of tliu
Senate a meie faice
McCarthy said the motion was a good
one. .Many appointees went tian-
stents, and If an Inspector Icft'thcuf
was no way or appointing a successor,
mid thu suucssoi would then uccoid
lug to luw have to be filled by thu other
Dow sctl said as fai as a fa Ice una
i.'oiicerned, it was Just as farcical to
have the Coveinoi send In thu immu
ot u dead man, as he hud done.
Dowsolt s motion passed, Smith
is not particular, but to
burglars your silverware
and other valuables are
alone desirable. They do
not care about yourself.
Provide, therefore, a home
for these valuables in one of
our safe deposit boxes, the
rent of which is 50 cents a
Fort St. Honolulu
en hour and a (purler heforo she ran
agiouml At that time hIiu wait heat
lug mound the ihaniicl under her
lopsalls and seemed In he all right
mul no mixlet) wluitocr wan felt In
leganl to her.
Thu lllloulau passed 'tlm Iiclignr.
vi" Monila) noon iih she came fioni
HUo and thought that tthu was blng,
Thu Ijochgnrrlu is llng on n lee
there mid Is exposed to tliu wind mid
heavy sea, which mo prolmhly doing
her a giHid deal of damage, and, from
what those who know thu Molokal
coast nay, she will he in had shape
miles she can ho pulled off at once.
No Instructions had boon iccelved
trnm tliu underwriters up to tliu time
(if going to pi ess.
ARRIVES 63 mi
II Leave For Orient
This Afternoon At
'll.c Pacific Mall steamer China a I'
ll veil this iiiorullig. bringing 208 sacks
of mall, u laige part of which Is for
Australia and will be forwarded on
the Mlouorn, which Is duo heru ou Sat
iiidaj. Hir passenger l.'.it for this city
was larger than usual, but consists
mainly of Honolulu people who aiu re
turning from 1 1 liis to the-mainland
The China's passage hole, fiom San
Francisco was very pleasant hut un
eventful, the Nippon Maru being tho
nuly vessel sighted ou tliu way down.
Thu cargo for the Orient amounts to
IsOO tons but only a few packages ininu
tor this city. She sails for tho Orient
lit : o'clock this afternoon.
He Is tiu!y a gneuhoru who desu't
know enough to blfiw his own lioiu
Usually when a man diojis one bad
habit he picks up two new ones,
i'.i :: 1 it it- -X- it f!- it '.' f.' ..'
Woods and Line voting against It
Chilllugworth, llroHii and Caudal
wew absent. '
Knlama lepoited for the Miscellan
eous Committee, lecuiiimeudiug thu
passage ol House Hill CO, lolatlng lo
butcher's license, itcoinineudiiig Its
passage. The tejioit was adopted and
the bill passed second residing.
The same loiiiiultleu repotted on
House lllll II, lolatlng to drlvcis' lie
(uses, recommending Its passage. The
lejioit was adopted and tliu bill passed
LAROEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. ttopp & Co.,
DMT FORGET Y0IIK FRIENDS
Leave an order for a box of choice
Pineapples or a bunch of selected
(Jmuiitlid PiriM ii'cil Ou&W
NEW YORK. N. Y., March G.
Mrs. William Thaw, mother of Harrv
Thaw, went on the witness stand to
day in bchnlf of her son. She testi
fied thnt she consented to thu mar
riage of her son to Evelyn Nesbit on
condition thnt Evelyn's past should
(Anortatett Vmt Rvelnl Cnhle)
SACRAMENTO. Cal March 0.
Governor Gillctt has signed the bill
providing for the removal of the State
capital to Bcrke y. The law pro
vides for submit! uk the question to
vote of the peopl
l 1 i ' frttt tptclal Cable)
NEW ..K. N. Y March G,
Fire in tl.i hold of the German stea
mer Vnndalia with n cargo from the
Orient, did damage amounting to
quarter of a million dollars.
SAN FRANCIECO, Cl Mar. 5.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 0 3-ltl. Par-
Hy, li.bl) cents. Previous quotation,
John Hart a baiber at Chicago, lull
Horn the tlevelith lloor lo the second
lloor ol the I'osml Tdegraph biillillug
He welglud uvei 20U jionnds mul thu
fall lendeied ihe bod) nearly uuu'cog-
Take A Trip
On Board a Ship
or play a gaivte of tennis. Our $1.50 WHITE CANVASS or our
f.4.00 WHITE BUCKSKIN BLUCHER OXFORDS, rubber soles and
heels, fit perfectly both the foot and the occasion, ,
And all men who wear white garments should secure a pair of
our $3.50 CANVASS or our $5.50 BUCK8KIN OXFORDS. To dress
In good taste white shoes are necessary with white clothes.
1051 Fort Street
! WAiM DiSTRlGI
Pinkham Proposes Plan
For Carrying On
ASk'S LEGISLATURE 10
PASS ENABLING ACTS
Believes the Scheme Can Be Accom
plished Without Any Added
Expense to the Terri
tory Legislation that will nllnw of the
leel.imallon or the WnlMkl district of
Honolulu Is deslied by l'reslilent I..
I-: i'ilikham of the Hoard or Health.
The reclamation or Ibis district of
duck ponds mid mos(iilloes was pro
posed by I'lnkhnm about a year ago
nl which time he Issued u pamphlet
outlining his sdieine mul showing
how the city of Honolulu Would I ion -i
fit by Its being carried out.
The scheme appeared nt the time .
Mc t'l it most property ownurs
It Impracticable. Tile Turrl-
h.id no fund.! for the work, mid
It was ui blent that a largo amount of
money would be requhed.
During tho past yenr Mr. I'lnkhnm
lias coiitlnucil, his work looking to
ward the cmrylng out of his scheme.
mid ho thinks now that ho has eiolv-
td a plan b which thu work ran In
time he done without any great ex
pense to the public. Thu burden
would fall ou the pioperly owners of
Hie district, and ax tho property Is
mostly held by a small number of
wealthy Interests, l'lnklimu believes
that they would he willing to form an
association for the rarrylni; out o(
tliu reclamation scheme.
All President I'lnkbaiii asks tho
Legislature to do Is to pass laws au
thorizing thu formation of siuh a
(oipoiatlon, and to tlu up thu prop
erty so that buildings cannot b
erected on It until it has hoc
brought to legal grade.
This grade he wishes establlshi
by enactment Tho grado onco cs
'lahllshed. It would bo necessary roi
tlm marshy land to ho reclaimer! mid
raised several feet heforo It (011IU ha
used for building purposes.
"I believe." said Mr. Pinkham this
morning, "that Honolulu is going tr
bo the most strongly fortllled placo In
thu Pacific. It inuft bo, or Uncle Sam
must get oilt of tliu Pacific.
"When these fortifications are lln
Ished, there will bo largo numbers ot
people come to Honolulu out of curi
osity They will be bound to fall In
lovu wltli the cllmato and scenic
beauties or tho place and will want
to get homes hero. Tho Walkllfl dis
trict If this leclamatlon scheme Is
carried out. will offer tho opportunity
for the construction of a magnificent
"I know of several very rich men
who have boon heru and hao ux
piesfed their Intention or making llo
' (Continued on Page 2.)
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