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!2 PAGES-iIONOriULU rKHKITOKY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. MAHOII 9, 1907-12 PAGE
I'M (?tJ f OlSNTH
SPANISH EMIGRANTS REFUSE
The minor Hfucnil iiriiiinil tliu wa
terfront thin morning Unit Ciiplittll
Ultehle of Iho Drills!! ship lich (lur
o, wlili li run ashore on Molokal Inst
.Monday, wiih d)lng In n tocul hospl
(ill. The report npjiuiii h lo bo miiiiu
whut cxaggcralcd, lint there In no
iloulil of tlio fni'L Unit the officer In
In a Vol) bcilotiH iiinilltlon. Dr. C.
II. WihhU, tlio attending physician,
acknowledged that his patient wntf
MM') III ami wan vomiting blood con
tinually, lint wax unable to Ktatu
what was tliu sickness wlikli caused
tho ti iiultlo.
When tlio Uicli (!aru inn iishoro
iui Molokal the captain wan no III that
In- wiih cnnllhcd lo IiIh linl ami tlio
Miock anil luihsciiuciit strain haw
proud tiKi niiii'h for him, ami Iho
picscul wrlous IIIiiohh Ik .tlio result.
Mrs. HIU'lilo wiih on lioanl thn Ixich
(laro anil h looking after tlio com
fort nf lior liusbuin: personally.
Tlio case of Julia Noar vs. C. K. Al
ot al.'wnleh wiih up again hlu
Inomlng'ln Jinlgo Do Holt's court, ap
peal h to lie n very iimcli (nixed nf
fair. Iiillu Noar In oiiKht Hiilt against
tlio defendants for buck rout, and se
cured a verdict for nearly IfiOi). lie
line thn ten days allowed tlio ilcfcnd
anlH to llle an appeal hail elapsed, tlio
.Inline Issued execution iigulnst tlio
ilefeniliiiit'H iioperty. Later thin cx
eeiillon wiih vucutcd.
Ah scum iih tlio Attorney (iencral
lie.inl of the exeentlon, ho brought
suit In thn inline of Tax Awchvur Holt
against .Inlla Noar In the District
Court for back taes.
To make tie m.ittor nioro compli
cated, II wiih iIImooioiI thai tlio fig
uring liy which the .inioiuit of tlio
Judgment wiih urrlu'd at was- limn-.
How iho tangld will bo HtmlRlitun
cil out In Htlll a problem.
The .Inii.tucso hleaiuer Chliuia Muni,
hiliiKliiK over r0U ImiiilKr.iulH, wiih re
polled off port at l:::u. .She will ha
taken lo the ipiaiautiiie dock for fiiml
K.itioii hefoio llle p,iHten(;eiH lire al
lowed to laud.
,1. K. Knohl, wlioHeiM'il as senator
lioui Koh.ila, Hawaii, during the ses-i
hloiiH or l!Mll anil Itlu.l, died this iiiiiiu-
iiiC In thin city.
Wf si xlTjj
"Will DiiKKau set tlio, leproKirlinii
lontraet''" TIiIh Ih the ipicnlloll uhli'il
In heliiK axlvcil uliencvcr two or more
ionila Iiiik meet The icaxon for IhU
Ik that III hid Ik io low that It U ua
jherled lh.it It will tic InijioxKlhlo lo
1 1 reel the u I III i iik miiiiivil h the upte-
lflc4illoiis for the ainotiiil nliltli hu
Ah mattem Hlaml Uiikk.iii'h hid In
$Jll.:.i; over the unioiint of J 100,00(1
which liu heeti ajipmprlateil for the
Work hut the InleieslliiK fcatuio ionics
In tlio fart '.hat of the half u don n
hhls Hcut.iu from thla illy, ami It In
not thoiiKht that theie niu any olTerH
(loin the mainland, the next lowest
wiih our J.'it.nou hlKher than the one
In Hpe.ikliiK of the matter today one
"It Ih absolutely Impossible to put
' up the buildings us reiiilicd In t lit
i BpeclllcilIoiiH for anythliiK like the
' iiiuouiit of IIukkuii'h hid. I cannot
Mindfi-slaiiil ulut he Ih about. Ill fmt
1 doubt very ninth If hu will tuke the
(oiiliiut In tnxc It Ih orfercd him. lu
had lo fend li icrtlflcd i heck for '2. per
cent or Ilia hid to WiihIiIiikIoii itil'l 1
believe that ho will do ninth heller to
forfeit that amount, than lo ko ahead
unil lose, pcrhapu ten or twiuty tlnicH
"I nxiecflo hco all the hiilH rejeclcd,
Ihoimh of cjiirnc li may ho tint Diikkuii
will ho olTeiiil the job and, If ho tan
Hot handle It at Iho llRiiro stated, it
may ho clven to tlio next bidder uhu
Is over jr.O.noij higher. In either of
llicbo two liulaiuea Ic would mean thai
another appropilatluti voiild -liu needed
to fluUji (Jin woik.
"I have, talked the matter over with
! other contractor and they alt iikico
i Hint there Ih no chance of doliiK the
I work within the ('ii;arcs siikkcsIimI by
I DtiKi;aii. I am ixirry thut the mailer
l iliould hae come iiji In this way, iih It
, will pioh.ihly mean n Ioiik del.ij Ikv
I lure work Ih lommenied."
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. March B.
iSUOAR: 00 (IcsjreM Ccntrifui;als,
1 3.S6 cents or $71. per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.61 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 0s. 1 l-2d.
Parity, .1.01 cents. Previous quota
tion, US. U 3-4(1.
you pay for your Sprint;
Suit that is of so much im
portance to you. The main
trouble is getting; one that
pleases you, one that you
know is absolutely right as
to style a 1 1 fit. These trou
bles disappear the moment
you put on one of our suits.
Yo(u don't have to have
someone tell you it is be
coming and that it fits you
perfectly you Know it. No
matter what price a man
pays for a suit he is per
fectly satisfied if he gets his
THE KASH GO,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TP.
JH IAX UW
Bill Raising Exemption
To $1,500 Is
A letter wim leielved flom Tre.iH
urer Caiuphldl la uiiHwer to the reno
liitlon iiHkliiK him what he had done
lo enfono the act ieiiilriiiK the ick
iHtiatlou of iifp.irtnerHhlpH. lie Hlnt
nl that ho had rigidly enforced the.
I A letter from Superintendent o(
Public WoiKh Holloway tela the lo
Hawaii water workH, on which sub
ject u statement KlviiiK tho cost of
InipiovemoutH, maintenance anil rn
p.ilrH unil tho revenueK rerehed, wiih
enclosed. Iteeehed und lllod.
, .Senate IIIH ::, amending tliu Conn-
ty Act, wiih Kent up from tho House,
.. I..... If I. ...I ,. .--...I II.I..I .....(...
iniiuir IK nun ii-i Iiillu inuilUK,
1 House lllll III, authorizing railroad
loinpuulcH to operate with motor pow
er other than H tea in; I louse lllll 21,
relating lo the leper settlement and
hospitals: House lllll !i", iclnttliK t"
fees for'TiauktiiK licenses, all passed
Ilrsl read I UK.
Tho House gave notice that It hud
iinciirrcd in the nniendiiieiilH made
by the Ketiato to House lllll 7 unci
.House llllj J5.
I A petition wiih leeched fiom New
comb & Dickey that an Hem of 2SU
ho Inccrlcd In tliu impropriation bill
yf1 pay tills firm of architects for its
work on tlio Itoynl School. It had not
I been paid, iih tho appropilatluu fur
tho hulldlliK hadcJaiiscd.
I Money for Experiments
I .lined (!. Kmltli wrote that the Ha
wall Experiment Station needed fund
besides thono which It received from
the Kederal (Soveruiiicnt, and Invited
i tno Legislature to visit the place, lie
asked for an emergency appioprtatloii
I of $n,ilflli he made lo assist the ex
periments which worn IioIiik mailo
with nil''"-., ilcn and lobaeco, und
dcHcrlhed tli"t, e.pe ImentH.
Coelho moved lo icfer tho mailer
I to the Lands Committee Smith mov
ed to refer io Hie HxpenilitiircH Com
ilnltlee. Tli6 latter motion can led.
I Sinljh reported for thn Judiciary
' ('ommltlee on House lllll 30, lolnlliiR
lo annual reports of Circuit .lodges
and District Magistrates, reeouiiuoud
lug lis passage.
Smith also reported for thn Judi
ciary Committee on House lllll fill,
nmciiilliiK tho election law, fawirlng
Dowsett on Income Tax
Uowiiett reported for the WayR and
Means Committee on House Dili ?,',!,
raising Iho Income tax exemption
fiom $1,00(1 to J 1, .Mid In part iih fol
Your committee has given thn bill
Its full consideration and finds that
the amendment lo Section 1278 of tho
Itevlsed Laws of Hawaii provided 111
this hill, far fiom securing tho poor
man any benefits, will work an In
justice to thn community, In thut It
will icllevo a class of taxpayers of u
contribution to the public puiso that
Mini- loiumltteo feels Ih fairly and
justly Imposed, and a class that
would otherwise escape ItK just sbaio
of thn burden of taxation A x'rson
In receipt of an Income of $l,ril)D per
milium suiely cannot hn classed iih a
poor man, und by tho present law is
only assessed '2 per lent, on IiIh In
ioiiio over $1,000, or, Kay, J 10. Many
Is tho young pioreKHlonal man who
rentH It Ih house furnished, mid also
lenlH his olllce, possibly owns an au
lomoblle, earns from 1 1!,000 to J10,
0110 annually by his profession, and
only payB the Territory a piopcrty
tax upon tho value of his uiitomo
lilln, less SHOO nxemptlon allowed by
law. Contrnsl this caso wltrl tho
poor worldngman with a family, who
eaiiis fiom J'- to $0 u day, payH a '2
(Continued on Page 2)
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp Sfe Co.,
SMITH FAVORS BILL
LEGAL INTEREST RATE
Senator W O. Hnilth uf the Jiidlil
O Coiiimltlcv hint compiled u state
ment of thn legal rules uf Interest In
rliiiis States and Territories The
mal'.er has been bionght up In a llouai' i
hill which rliaugcH the legal rate from'
S per cent n w.r, as at prekciil, lo 'i
uer tent Wlillu II Is undcrtond lh.it
man) IiiihIiickh houses are against tho'
change, Senator Smith thinks that tho'
till is a good one. The "iminltlce. liu
not d lejMirted, hut lias couipllril Iho
following llguiCH: I
U'giil rate or Inlcrcst In arlou
titatiH and Territories:
S Statin mid Territories, ft jht i-ent.
Ill SlntcH und Territories, G per cent..
U Slates and Territories, 7 xt f-Iit
t Hindu und Territories, S per tent
7" Ion Hawaii which was hurled by tliu
. ,JM , . ,, recent lavn How was Inhled yester-
Tlie fllowliiK iintiicd urn those pay-' , , , , , ,, , .,
Iiir Hie 8 j.or cent rato-AI.iha.ua. Alas- ' ,h- I"'""!'"-"! imolher resolution
l;u. Colorado, l'lorlda, Moiitnim, Utuh.l ,,"l,l'' ,l" "',i,cl "f wl,l(;l1 H "'"
.Wjoinlngund Hawaii, ,
Iho follow lug named huve the a pir.oliitlon is somewhat illnrrcnt
fent nito l-oulslami, Illinois, Mlcht
lesldes the foiegol.iB the B ,mt .cut,,,, , jni,c,.lry Coinmltteo. whom ho
lute prevails In Culm, I'orto Itlcoalidi , , . ,,, . ,,,,,, ,
Hie Philippine IhlnmlHl accused of holding up his s In
Camnla has f, ocr euL I ,n' oinnilttee
The legal rates uf interna In Hawaii, Work on tlio primary hill was do
J'ave been as folloH: Civil Code of lerrcd to next 1'rlday, It being under
lKr,S. 12 percent.; Ijiwr or IMIS amend-Llnod that n slinllar hill Is now In
cd to ! tier cent; laws of IMS ainenil- (l(, Kcnnte.
cd to I! per cent; I-iwsof lliu.i ameililcd
lo 8 per cent
THE AORANGI SAILED:
, , . .' progress, Itcfcrrcd to Committee on
Through good Mirk on tho purl of ririiiinrn
tho Attorney (lenerul's ilepaiiinciit. 8, h.", , , ., ,
Am one or tliu most pminliiciit Jup-l ,'a"'1 t-imiinlssloner Pratt, In m-um-M
In Honolulu, was iiipturcil Ph-,rori!iuue with a resolution ndoplod
terday by Chester Do) lo Just hefur bKeh. 21, submitted a list of public
wiih about read) to sail for Victoria lands In the Territory not leased, mid
mid Vain ouvcr on tho Aornngl Anno.1 mostly unenclosed. Tho list total
who nm a Japanese newspaper for' t;n; "7 1 tio acres
Ti: !!":UT "&,? l!!,.,:! clwkSavWw of the Sena.o return-
id iui' iiiiiiio. r ittli MV't llllll llll'
Ix-zzlliiK trust fund of Jlouo which
Ih part id the eslule of one Tul.liuatu,i ,llml reaniiig in inn neniiie, w
dcteased. The loiiiiiliilnt wus Hworiij'ii'ieiidnientH Tho hill provides a
to before b) a relative or Toklmatui. ; hospital In North Kobala.
Anno kijit hluiseir carcmily out iff The clerk or thn .ludlidary Com
sight last night and during Iho imv,i hent In a supplementary re
but was found In a Jiijianohu leslau- , . , , ., Aiir,.y
unit whom he was cnterlaliilng witmi , ,. ,. , , , , ., .
friends before leaving Mr tliu malu-; (iu,,,'r"1 K Il'-Ttniont. showing that,
.und, Ho wasaiieHted ut oucouiid his '" "d'lUlon t" the cases previously
ball set in (2000. 'enumerated, Donthllt has aptieared
m tin Iho cases and Cat hear I In eight
Tho report ionics front Honolulu j cases before Judge De Holt, and Don
Hint Alexander Young Ih soon to vlniL I Ililtt In 1U mid Cathcart la none hc
I II I. ami that tho purpose of his fore Judge Itoblnson, since Decern
coming hole Ih Io look Into the mat-' her.
tor of taking the Illlo Hotel mid open-' The finance Coiumlttee reported
Ing It. Young Ih thn owner of tho on House lllll Hi, Imposing an extra
Alexander Young and Moana Hotels' tux on real and personal property,
In Honolulu and has made a hucccsh j and recommended that tho bill bo
of both, mid Is said to hn disposed to tabled on tho grounds; Thut thn lin
ontcr the local Held. i posing of mi extra tax of nne-half rit
Tho projected reopening or (hell per cent, on the cash value of tlio
hotel Ih one of the rcsullH of the real mid personal property In tho
passage or the breakwater appropi la -
Hon. If Hie place is opened by toward tlio taxpayers, as the coniuilt
loutig It will have thn two leading Dee Is of Iho opinion that they are
hotels of Honolulu as feeders, ami , burdened enough already.
thn result will piobably bo that a'
much larger proportion of visitors to.
Honolulu will visit Illlo and tho
Volcano. It will also hnvo tho effect,
It Is thought, of piolonglng the stay
In Illlo of ninny visitors, us thn luck
of ii hotel Cannes many to rush
through. Illlo Herald, March 7.
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 in SO cents a
Company, Ltd .
lUiADK (IF Hftlltf K
Kaniho Accuses Rawlins
OF Handing Him
Thn work of tlio House was mostly
online this morning. There were
one or two rather animated debates,
hut they arose over minor iiucstlons.
Kanllio, tho Irrepressible, whose
hill to fi-open the (linerniiient road
Kiitiio. tliougb tho wording of tho res-
Kanllio wiim also tho central (lcuro
iIii a mild row with Itawllns. ilialrnmn
A communication from .lured ('..
Smith was read, outlining Iho needs
of tho Hawaii Kxpcrlmeiit Station, lie
rlatcd that he believes tho Territorial
(loverniuont should hear tho whole
expense uf maintaining the station.
Ho asked thut f 2,noi) be impropriated
for currying on tho work of tho Sla-
oti from March 1 to June .10, 1!H)7,
mid oiilllued the work douo mid In
l t t lit l n i
l,,1'1 ll,mw ,I,MI ' ' :' ' ' lnM,,',1
i Territory would hn a most unjust net
Second. That mi nxemptlon of
$2,000, Instead of Jllllil, as near as
tho committee can make out, would
decrease the annual revenue about
j $1(10,000, mid would bo of no appro-
, clahlo benellt to nnyonu outside of
perluips a fow Chlneso mid Jiiinin-ho
store-keepers. Coder thn present ox-
eiupltou law of $1100, tho total value'
of property iifTeeted In tho district ot'l
Honolulu is about Sl.a2fi.000, dhld
cd In natlonulltlea about as follows;
I Americans, $ 100,000; llnwallans,
'397,01)0; Poitiiguese, $230,000; Chi
nese, $229,000; Japanese, $227,000.
Must Btiv from Americans
Tho Miscellaneous Coinmltteo re
1 ported on House lllll 29, an act lo
icgulalo the puichiiHc or material mid
supplies by tho rcspectlvo CniuiticH
I In thn Territory, lecoiiiincndlng Hint
I It hn passed with amendment to makii
It necessary for thn Counties to pur
I chase their supplies fiom Aiueiicmi
After Mimo discussion thn bill was
recommitted to Hid committee.
Continued on Page 2)
don't forget your friends
Leave an order for a box of choice
or a bunch of selected
And Camp On Wharves
MALAGA, Spain, March 0. About three hundred immigrants who had
embarked on the Heliopolis left the ship today and arc camping on the
wharves in the vicinity. They claim that the accommodation and food
on the steamer is inadequate for the long voyage The Americans in
charge of the immigration plans arc consulting over the matter.
Judge Grants Ws it
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. March 0 -Federal Judge De Haven has grant
ed an order to show came whv a writ of habeas corpus should not issue
for the release ol Ahc KucJ The order
CHICAGO, 111., Karch 9. John
Alexander Dowie, the famous found
er of the colony at Zion, is dead.
HUH TURNS DOWN
The Mil tho stenographer of
the House ate regarded by soino of
the ineniberH iik being nearl) as weird '
lis those which I.OIUO of the ineiilberH
Introduce Into tile House A hatch
of them wiih taken up to Secretary
Atkinson thlH morning for payment,
but tho Secretary lefused to pay
them until they are straightened out.
II Ih refusal wiih not based, ho said.
on account of exorbitance, but he
causn there was loo much variation
In tlio prices charged for transcrib
ing. Dlffeictit prices wen; charged
for different hills, and the Secietnry
said that he was nfriilil that when
they were sent to Washington, thn
authorities thero would refuse to aud
Hughes, chairman of the Accounts
Committee, Iniiiiedliilely withdrew
tho IiIIIh mid took them hack to see
what Ih the matter with them.
Tho Diamond lleadH give n dance
tonight In Odd IVIIowh" Hall for the
benellt or their baseball teiini. (ScmhI
music, pretty girls, and a good tlmo
,,ro included It .the program.
The Kuala Athlellc Club will glvo
rn Iioiicnt (luiirn S.itlirn.lV (Vl'lllIlIT.
Dowie j Commits
,,,.....,. .., i.liiiiliiir at 8 o'cloclv.'nr ii tin w vim.... which all imtinns
Sill Allt(llllu Iu).
, , , -, .-..--.
is returnable on Monday
M'rtafrff Trris ?rclif CaMciJ
" NEW YORK CITY, N. Y., March 0.
It has been discovered that L. M.
Preston of the Tinkcn-Kollcr Com
pany committed suicide on Thursday.
He had forged a check for SIOO.OOO.
SAN SALVADOR, C. A., March 9.
A Nicaraguan column is said to have
been annihilated by the Hondunm
, WilAT UT. i'AT"IUJv & JJAX
MEANS TO THE IRISH
On the 17th of March the man with
Itlsh blood ciiJ.uh llle same emotions
thai on Vn; hingum's Illrthdii), Me
morial l)av and the (ilorlous Poiirlli
ho feels as till Alum lean. Ills heart
beats with exullalicst as In r.mc liu
plenties Cloiitiirf'H Held, he Ulcere Willi
the multitude an the heiole (Iratia.i
wins Tor Ireland lur Parliament, mid
his Heart bleeds with those who walcli
the joulhrul Lmiuitt jui) the penult)
or his loyalty and devotion, lie le
i.ills the great O'Connell, who Hwa)id
tho multitude as no man had hw.i)m1
It htyioo Hie palmy dn)s of fiuece ami
Itonie, and Hindu, the great friend ol
America In its hour of need, ever on
he side of right, whom Johnson liou-
om, B , Klt,(l,Cbl intellect of Ku
j n,H,; ,) slurhlan, the pcie of Hlm1.i-
I fjie.ue In tin drama and Chain In do-
lute Hut why continue'; their names
are legion. Then who is there wliu
loves mid honors Iho highest virtues
' ' heart und iiiin.l who would n.-
ClX '" ',l8 ,r"ml
go ,a s, ,j01,H a,nc;i. ,u,, ., ,,,
ini. i ...i.. r ti.....n m .1.. i,,..
respect und admire
. I. j
A FINE SHOE
OXFORD, $1.50 BALMORAL, $5.00
One of Thompson's recent creations,
PATENT COLT BLUCHER,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
105 J Fort Street 'Phone Main 282
MADU IN NUWYORK
' Fort 8t. Bonolul'
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