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HONOLULU. rKKKITOKT OP HAWAII. TUKHDAY. MAHOH 12. J907
Futon 6 Oijnth
Public To Be Heard
On Site Selection
WILL LOCATE FEDERAL BUILDING
Tomoriow the citizens of Hono
lulu will ho calloil upon to cxpichh
their opinions on the subject of the
selection of a hIIo for the Kodcnil
building. II. A. Taylor, lit one time
I'lrHt Assistant Seciotury of thu
Treasury, who will make the solee
tlon, Iiiih decided to get In touch with
the views of thu public nt large on
thi subject, anil to this end he ha
failed n public meeting, which will
lul.e plui'o tomorrow afternoon tit
2 o'clock on the ioof garden of thu
"I entile to Hawaii nhnut five
Weeks ago,' said Tulor today. "I
inn traveling aioiiud thu world for
pleasuro. I have received several ca
hlt'KrmnH from Washington asking
tin- to attend to thn Kelectlnn of thu
i Ito tiefore I left heie. I did not real
ly emu to do It, hut thin morning I
rallied thu Trenmiry Depaitmcnt that
I would do It.
"Thu meeting will li open to ev
eryone, mid whoever Iiiih nuytliltiK he
wmitH to ay on the, nuhject, whether
Iim Iiiih ii Hlte to Hell or not. .nyone
rim recommend the slto which ho
thinks Is bunt, and give his reasons
for mid against thn various sites sug
gested. The selection will not bo
LACK OF ENOUGH
Captain Ritchie of tho ship Loch
Rarve, which went ashore on Molo
l;al n few days ago, wan taken fiom
thu Queen's Hospital to the police
station early this morning nt tho re
(.nest of thu supei Intemlent of tho In
stitution. Hu hud been behaving ra
ther stinngely and It was thought
that lui would ho safer If placed un
der Homo restraint.
Thu confinement did not last long,
however, as Captain Ritchie was re
leased shortly lifter 10 o'clock this
morning. It Is stated that tho lack
of nleep, which has attended hlin ever
since the l.och (lurvo ran ashore, and
the drugs which had been used to ov
ercome this trouble, were together ro
tponslble for tho officer's condition,
DON'T FORQETYOUK FRIENDS
Leave an order for a box of choice
Pineapples or a bunch of selected
ternrt Clot Ilea tiir. Uen '
MADE IN NEW YORK
limit oil to the sites which have al
ready been offered to thu Treasury
"I shall make my selection and
wnd my report on to Washington. I
do not expect to ho In Washington
myself for the next threo yearn."
"Will jour decision in the matter
he final?" asked thn reporter.
"Yoh; I presume so, though of
course It hnH to he approved by thu
Tieasury Department. I have liven
doing this very thing, selecting sites,
lor ton years, and havo selected some
llll durltiK that time. It Ih posHlhlo
that thu (lovernment will secure the,
lite It wants throiiRh condemnation
proceedings. If It appears that the
price asked Is too IiIrIi."
Taylor Iiiih been prominent In bus
iness and public life for n number of
veins. In 1ST. 7 ho founded "The
Journal," Itlver Kails, W1h. He was
for many jours extensively engaged
In pilntliiR, banking, lumber and real
estate, lie wuh United Staten Con
mil to l'raiiiu from 18M to 1884, mid
State Senator for Wisconsin for two
joarH, IT. S. Commissioner of Kail
loads from 188 to 1893, mid Inter
on was First Assistant Becietarr of
THE LAST CHANGE
MISS CASE SING
Tonight will bo tho last chance to
hear Miss Mary Adelu (iiso, the joiing
(oiitialto Hluger, as she will leave on
the Sonoma for Austiiilla on her way
ilo Paris, where sho will complete her
Uver since .Miss Case appeared hero,
lit the Opei a House, she has received
numerous requests to glvo another re
cital. In answer to thlH Ih the pro
grain arranged for tonight. Among the
numbers uro some that so pleased her
former audience, but also included are
several new tongs mid encores.
Toulght'b recital will he given nt the
residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dr. J. S.
McGrew at tho corner of Hackfeld and
I.unalllo streets. Hho will he assisted
by Mrs. Wm. Whitney, pianist, and
MrB. C. II. Cooper, violinist. The nc
companlincnt of these two talented
musicians, who havo co often well en
tutaliied Honolulu people. Is assurance
Itself that tonight's entertainment will
bo n musical trout. Then in addition
to this tho wonderful sweetness of Miss
Case's singing should persuade every
lover of music to attend.
Tickets mny he secured ut the door.
duiisklon Ih il,
you pay for your Spring
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 and fit. These trou
bles disappear the moment
you put on one of our suits.
You 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 CO,.
TEI,. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL OT8.
Measure Now Goes To
Governor For His
Senator Clillllugworth'H bill for thu
picu'titlon of cruelty to children came
up In the House this afternoon on
third reading. The measure passed by
a unanimous oto mid now goes to the
llovcruur for his signature, having al
ready passed tho Senate.
The Act pun hies for the punishment
of patents or giiardlaliH who ci nelly
beat or maltreat their children or
minis, or who fall to provide proper
food and clothing for them
Judge Whitney, District Magistrate
of Honolulu, Is responsible for thU
Act for the heiiellt of the children. Ills
experience us iollee Jiulgu taught him
how often the paunts are responsible
for the wrongdoing of the children, nnd
also how much cruel and careless
treatment there Is of those who nro
unable to protect themselves. Ah ii
loliseipieiice he drafted this hill.
AUTOS MUST (10 Sl.OWHH.
House lllll li:i, making the iiinxl-
mini legul speed of automobiles with
In a radius of two miles of the Ilxceii
lle building eight miles an hour,
passed thu House litter some discus
sion. An amendment making thu max
imum olo of speed 12 miles mi hour
was lost. A suggestion to split the
difference and, make It 10 miles re
ceived no second.
It Is lepoited that ii possible sale of
thu property of Mary I!. Foster may
be sold to the Chinese government In
tho near future.
Tho property in ipiostlon Is located
on Nuiiiiuu avenue nnd should thn
Chiueeu government make the pur
chase, n now Chinese Consulate will
be elected thereon.
The Chinese Consul has been In
specting the pi opei ly on behalf of his
government and hu Is reported to be
In fnvor of the Hlte.
The pi esc it Cunaiilnte Is located on
the .Mnerleus piupcity which form a
portion of the lauds exchanged for
Ijinnt lands leceutly and will sooner
or Inter have to be utilized for school
H HONOLULU WEATHER ti
UOl X 3C X X it X JOC W Jt W K 0 X K
TcnipcrntuicH fi n. in., till; ii n, in.,
70; 10 u, in., 72; noon, 71; moriilns
Ilarometer, 8 u. in., 30.0G; nbsoliit'
humidity, 8 n. m., 4.028 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 u. in.,
S8 per cent; de'w point, 8 a. m., St.
Wind r. a. in., velocity 6, direction
N. i:.; 8 a. in., velocity R, direction
N. 1C, 10 a. m., velocity 4, direction
N. IC; noun, velocity 10, direction S.
Kiilufnlt during 24 hours ended 8 u,
Total wind movement dm lug 21
bonis ended at noon, 150 miles.
WM. Ii. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather ilureau.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 12.
The battleship Connecticut has arriv
ed in New York harbor.
After n good many trials ami delas
the uewl) installed thlrd-iall sstem
of thu Now York Central ban been
put Into use ut thu llurlcnfcnd of thu
division, Theiu am ninety-seven Sun
day HaliM over the New Yoik Cential
III this one direction. All of these
lialns will hu piopelled by electricity
us far us .Mount Vernon. From theie
on they will be handled by steam lo
(omutlves, whlih will pick up the
trains ut that point. The Incomln,
tuilliH will he tieuted In thu same wii)
Kuiiliu Dower petitions tho Court lo
appoint Patrick II. IliiincUe iidnilnls
trutor of the eslulu of her husband,
John J. Dower, deceased. Tho estate
amounts In value to about $2000. Thn
heirs uru thu wife, one daughter and
Tho custom of eating to tho memory
ol our grunt men will certainly tend to
keep them In mind for bomo days aft-ei.
BOLDLY VIOLATED '
S. Marine Hospital
Two well known Japanese of this
city have decided Hint It Ih best to
obey the rules which lire enforced h I
the V. B. Marine Hospital service. Out
Sunday three Japanese gentlemen oil
this city, not men of tho coolie (bus, I
but those who should nnd do know bet-1
tor, went on "hourd of the J:'piinesu
steamer (JIiIiifii Alaru as she was llr.g'
In ipiaiantlue ut the (lu.iniutlnc wharf.
Dr. James was not I lied of the fact ami I
hastened loathe scene In time to loente
two of-them, hut the thlid had licantj
of his approach mid had escaped In n'
shoie boat. I
The two men In ipiestlou will bu de-i
tallied on the quarantine Island till'
tho Immigrants who came on thu Chl-j
lisa are released, which will bu on Sat-i
urday. They huve pleaded Ignoraiucj
of their offense hut theli eiitrcntlc
have done no good, the more so on
account of the fact that one of the
two, mimed Mukuno, Is a druggist anil
Is. certainly it ware of the regulation:)
and should have warned his compan
ion, whoso naniu Is Ito.
Another and still moiu Important
case is now being Investigated. In
this ease u practicing physician of
the city In oku the same rule by going
on board a vessel which was under
nuuruutliij. What will be done In his
ease has not been decided. In case a
lejKirt Is made to the Secretary of
thu department a line as high us S2000
may he Inlllcted. The fact that the
'iffender Is u doctor makes his case all
the more Ihiginut.
DRAW A dill
Onu of thu most delightful features
of the I.oh Angeles visitors' stay In
Honolulu will hu u grand ball given
by the management ()f the Alexander
Young Hotel next Monday evening,
itot'h the cool, spacious pavilions will
ho UM;d, mid thu music will ho the,
typically seductive Hawaiian variety,
l treat to the visitors mid a perfect
uhl lo graceful dancing. All city and
visiting frlemlH of the hotel nro cor
dially invited to meet tho visitors and
enjoy tho freedom of tho Young.
IS 1 MI
The case of James I.. Holt, Tax
Assessor, vs. tho Hawaiian Land Co.
was argued in tho Supicuio Couit
this morning and submitted. Judge
Whitney, tho District Magistrate,
gave Judgment against the company
In tho sum of $2486,99 for back
taxes. Appeal was taken from this
ludgment. Tho defense claimed no
The Court adjourned until 10
o clock Thursday morning.
For 9aU" card at Bulletin.
there are neople practically
penniless who once possessed
large estates, If these people
had placed the care of their
estates in reliable hands, such
as ours, Today they would
have good yearly incomes,
;m ujiiwaiiv, Liu.
111 WIRE MONEY
IS EO 111 EH
Will Total About
Itlro wants to know where thu
n.oiioy Ih coming froi.i to pay for nil
the whnrveH lirlilgu ioa'' and ntr.
ir Improvements which the l'lihll'i
Lands Committee Is vciommeniKiig
appropriations fur. They may bi
needed and all that, he said thU
morning, but it seems that It Is up to
the Counties to pay for them. The
Territory certainly hain't the money.
"Why," said nice, "If wo appro
priate money for nil these Improve
ments recommended by thu Lands
Committee, It will cost thu Territory
about S3, (100, 000. Where Is It nil
There seems to be u Kilnt to Hire's
Inquiry, in view of the fact that thu
I'lihlle 1-nmls Committee almost ul
wii)h recommends the Insertion In
the appropriation hill of Items for
liny bridge, wharf, etc., nskud fur by
The objection of Hlcc musu over
the recommendation of the commit
tee that Mahoo's resolution upproprl
tiling money for n new bridge at Kal
1 tin. Mnhou objected plaintively that
this Ih tho only thing Walanae has
asked for und It should bo granted.
Hughes was of the opinion that all
these reports of the committee have
been adopted out of respect to the
committee and to show the apprecia
tion of thu House of the hard work
the (ommltten is doing.
"It makes no difference how sense
It ss a hill is," he said, "It Is recom
mended for passage. It xuoms to bo
the Inclination of the House to grant
tho several members what they lisle
"Hut I think when nil thci ih
tome up for final consideration in tho
appropriation bill,. most of them will
hu knocked out."
The Health und 1'ollen Committee
of tho House appears Inclined lo treat
tho Hoard of Health n good deal bet
ter than does Cnvcrnnr Carter. The
Coventor' In his recommendations of
appropriations slashed President
I'lnklinin's estimate so that It was
hardly lecognUablo. Ilo recommends
no appropriation for (iovornnient phy
slclnns, and If his 'Ideas bo adopted
these olllccrs would have to be dis
Hut tho Health Committee of tho
llouso Dies In the (eetli of His Ex
cellency In the matter, und not only
wants to ictnln thn Government phy
rlciiins, hut recommends that tho pay
of n number of them bo very mate
rially Increased, A report to that ef
fect was made by tho commltteo this
This will undoubtedly tickle Pres
ident I'liikham, who wuh greatly wor
ried at the Idea of having the Gov
ernment ph)slcluns cut off.
Must Buv of Americans
Tho llouso this morning passed
unanimously a hill which. If It goes
thiougli the Sunnte and Is signed by
tho Governor, will glvo a BOero Jolt
to sonio of tho hie linns of Honolulu.
Tho hill Is House Hill 29, provid
ing that In the purrhuBo of supplies
nnd mnterlnlH tho several Counties
shall patronize only American citi
zens. The members of Hevornl of tho
principal firms of this city urn not
American citizens, und by this net
they stand to losu u very profitable
Barber Shop Bill
The barber shop bill went through
without opposition. The tonsnrinl
artists will now huve to obey tho
oiders of tho Hoard of Health. Like
suveial other bills which have hcVii
liitioiluced, the baiber shop hill is
meant as a Jab at Orientals,
Tho bill to make the High Sherlfr
lespoiislhle under his own bond for
I he nets ofvIcputleH appointed by hlin
met with no opposition In tho J louse
this morning when It came up for
Hi Ii il reading.
Sheldon's curfew bill also came up
(Continued on Page 2)
Ohio Party Sees
Crater In Action
LOS ANGELAN3 ENJOY HAWAII
Special Bulletin Wireless
HIL0. Hawaii. March 12. The first day of the Los Angeles party in
Hilo passed pleasantly. Between nir.cty mid one hundred went to the
Volcano House, arriving- there nt about G o'clock in the afternoon.
Alter dinner the whole party went to the crater, starting- at nine
o'clock. It was a big- crowd to handle and great credit is due to Manager
Demosthenes and the Volcano House guides, through whom all were en
abled to sre the pit without accident.
Many remained until 3 o'clock in the morning watching the display
made by the fire. The lava is flowing freely
At Hilo a concert was given at the park today.
Over 150 went to the Volcano today, arriving there about noon.
The weather is fine. Snow-capped mountains were in full view this
morning. The party is getting bctter-naturcd than it was when it landed,
A luau will be given at Hilo tomorrow morning. The Ohio will sail
for Honolulu next Thursday morning; FARRJNQTON.
(Aoctat(l I'mt ErcUil CahU)
TOULON, France. March 12. The
powder magazine of the French bat -
tleshin Lena blew up today owing to
an explosion of a compressed air tor
pedo. Many other explosions follow
ed in various places on the vessel.
Fifty person were killed and 200
wounded. long the latter is Ad
miral Muir .1.
f.litotlaletl 'j ipieffll Catilt)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal March 12.
Abe Ruef has annlied to the Supreme
Court for a writ of habeas corpus.
1051 Fort Street
fAmocialrJ 'rot SuttUtl Cablet
POINT LOMA, Cal March 12.
! The wireless telegraph station here
has been nblc to obtain communica
tion with the station in the Navy
Yard nt Pensacola, Florida.
(Aitociatttl i'fff Special Caltel
PARIS. France. March 12. Cast
mir Perier, the French ex-President,
WILL SUCCEED SPEAR
SACRAMENTO, Cal March 12.
Governor Gillette has announced the
appointment of W. D. Stafford to suc
ceed Charles Spear as n member of
the San Francisco Harbor Commis
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