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f.viin'ino riif.i.t:TiK. iinsoi.tu.u. t 11 ti iinw. maiicii ib 1007.
TO AMEND ACT 53 OF THE SESSION LAWS OF 1005 ENTITLED:
"AN ACT TO PROVIDE ONE FIRE DEPAIITMENT FOR THE
TOWNS OF WAILUKU AND KAHULUI. ONE TOR THE TOWN
OF LAHA1NA. AND ONE FOR ANY OTHER TOWN IN THE
TERRITORY WHERE SUCH DEPARTMENT IS PROPERLY
OROANIZEU UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ACT."
I lo It Enacted by the LcaUlaturc of the Territory of Hawaii:
' SECTION 1. Section 1, Act 63 of the Scssicn Laws of 1005 is here
by amended so as to rend as follows:
"Section 1, There shall be one Fire Department for tlte towns of
Wniluku and Knhului, one for the town of Lnhaina, Island of Maui, and
one for any other town in the Territory wheic such Department is prop
1 rly organized under the provisions of this Act, each of which shall con
tist of n Chief Engineer, not over two assistants, and ns many firemen as
may be npproved by the Board of Representatives of the Department duly
chosen as by its by-laws provided, Each of such File Departments shall
be under the general authority and ccntrcl of the Board of Supervisors of
the county wherein such Fire Department is organized."
SECTION 2. That wherever in Act 53 Session Laws of 1005 the
words "Superintendent of Publio Works" and "Legislature" appear, the
ramc shall and hereby arc declared to mean and refer to "the Board of
SECTION 3. This Act shall take effect from and after the date of
Wc hereby certify that the foregoing Bill, after reconsideration on
the veto of the Governor, was, upon a vote taken by ayes and noes, ap
craved by n two-third's vote of nil of the elective members of the Senate
of the Territory of Hawaii, this 14th day of March. A. D. 1007.
E. F. BISHOP,
President of the Senate.
' WILLIAM SAVIDQE,
Clerk of the Senate.
Wc hereby certify that the foicgoing Bill, after reconsideration on
the veto of the Governor, was. upon n vote taken by aves and noes, ap
proved by n two-third's vote of all of the elective members of the House
if Representatives of the Territory of Hawaii, this 15th day of March,
A. D. 1007.
H. L. HOLSTEIN,
' JOHN H. WISE.
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uini mini ui iuu jjvr lu
Beretania, Alakea and Union,
Irwin d Co minouiiee the follow
ting sailings nf the Ouaiile BteameiH
fiom this ell) rnr Sail riautlEcu In
the month nf Apill Ventura, Apt II
', Sierra, April 13, Bononu, April
V Fine Job Printing at the Bul
A riiliiamnn escaped fiom tlio In
fa no sjliiin, tutting one of the
gunulH In tho ni m ns he did rn lie
made hi i w.1) iinmedlatol) down
town nnd wns (.nptuied shortly after
noon In mil) of tho Chinese clubs by
the pollro Ho Injiued himself ho
vnel) befoie ho Luuld hu reslialuud
b) tho ulliu'iu.
ACCOUNT OF LOSSES
The Hinmlncr of March n na)s tunning season This means that Hip
lnn of tlio Hproikols fntnll) tiijKuin will lino n must mm-cusfiil
ilato hi Oceanic Steamship (.'output) 'icusoii, tin under the new inntiago-
loso3 of tlic outside public In so-.
curltU") of (lie (onipnn, $3,721 .100.
Aggregate shrlnkoge In compatn's
stocks ntul tmntln tn dillc, Including
$2,000,001) overdraft It owes the
fiprcikcls people porrnnnlly nml $-.
OO0.000 rollec(eil 111 stock assess
Holders of $.1,701,700 of stock
luto nothing In Right to realize on.
Holders of tlio $2,105,000 of bonds
have, In rase of n receivership, a
dalni on tho llo vessels owned by
the (ouipaii), nml which nre said lo
I.o worth nt miction something llko
These vessels consist of the Murl
osa, Alnincd.i, Sonoma, Sierra nml
Ventura. They, together with $.10,
000 cash In the companj's treasury
lenllziit from ii teeeiit sale of n
(.limit csscl, constitute Hh nssots.
The Oceanic Steamship Conipan)
has practical!) gone out of business.
The company npp.ucntly desires to
give out the mprcsslon thut the
muses for thls'ollnpso nre, llrst. the
dlstnnlliiunnco of Its steamship serv
ile between Sail I raiuiseo. .New .ca
lami nml Australia; second, because
the lompau) has been lcfuscd n ship
subsidy by tlio United States Uovorti-
The vessels tnkeu off the Australia
unite nru the Sononin. Sierra anil cu
turn Tor n while. thu Murlss.i will
be continued In the senile to Tahiti
mid the Al.imeila In the Honolulu scrv
Ice. The Siniiimn. Sliria mid oiituiu
mill ripalrs badl. mid thc-e icpalH
will i oft between JiUU.uuo una jww.uuu.
Ilefoie taking these ships off the inn
the Spuckels people, who dominate
the lompau) and hold halt Us bunds,
deslied the other bond holdeis to pio
uile with them In lalslug the leipilrcd
fund for lejialrs. This was icfuscil.
The Spreckels people then threw up
Ailolph II Sprcckels, n jiioiiilnent of
llclal of the lomp.inv. In speaking of
tlio ilUcontlnualicc ot the Australian
"llio compiii) was losing inonej. It
lost heavily for .veins bemuse of the
thoughts In Austiall.i. lJitol) tlio New
Zealand government took uwn the
(ompaio's mall ttiiitinct. The ton
giess Just adjourned i of used It u sub
sidy. Tho Sprockets iiBcnej has ltd
aiued the coiupaii) $2,000,000. It ic
tuses lo uilvumo more, so u termina
tion of the senile was Inevitable
What will ho done with the tompnii)
nml the slcuiucis I iiinnot su) nt this
time No futuio pollc hns been out
'lined H.i fur tho picscnt to nintlmio
the hervhe to Tahiti nml Honolulu 1
know nothing of tho Picncli Hue,
Chargeurs Heunls, putting on n line
bclvvieii hcio mid S)ilue), mlllug ut
ruliltl I would know If It wero true
At a meeting of the Hawaiian
Swimming Club last evening It wns
(leilded to get some native lluw'iilliiu
lo)s to glvn mi exhlhltloii of swim
ming fur the I.ch Angeles visitors nt
tho Hotel ll.iths on Monday ovonlng
All strungcis have hiaid of tho won
del fill svvliuuilng that Hawullaiis inn
do and on Monday night It will ho
The Hawaiian Swimming Clu'i
will he out In folic mid their best
cvvlnimeiH nnd illvcrx will tuko p.ut
In tho eiiteitnliiiuent Them will lie
miiiio new featiues lutiodiiied that
have uuvei been seen befoie
(Seo. Cooke, (leo. Cioler ami Jess
Woods have tho show In dun go, and
they will Inti niltitn u novel proginm
Last evening Henry O'Sulllviin was
elected us a member of tlio club, un 1
he will appear In n club suit on Mon
day evening. Iteserved Beats me
now on snlo ut tho llaths for -f,
(outs. Theru Is sure to ho u ciowil
to wltucBS tho spoit
101 WISEKAMS mm
At tho mooting of the Kumelia
inelui liaseliall team held last night
John Wise, Clerk of tho House, wiia
clertcil manager on tho team for tho
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished 5r. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Neir car line. $15.00 per m.
7-rsom louse near Kalulanl School.
Newly papered and painted. Toi
let and bath. Insurance $800. Very
cheap; $1,300. Easy Payment.
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
niont there inn lo no other result
Wise wns manager it few vonrs ago
whin the Kums took (ho i liiiiiiplon
ililp nml the t o.i in will mate a sluing
light foi tlio same position this jcar.
Thin evening nt 8 o'rlork the
)nihtsmiu of (he clt) will nt (he
lllshop B(rect whnif lo hid (lodspced
to (ho I .a 1'nlotn.i, which will make
her. llrst long rrulso slum her mem
or.ihlc trip to the Coast nml baik.
Cipt Clarence .Mncfniliine loaves to
night for.it trip to Hawaii, nicom
1 Hilled h) Al Jenkins, who hns ncted
ns cniitnln of the llclene on man) of
her lecent trips They will take
nlong ii couple of Hawaiian to do
the hard work of the trip.
Tomorrow will be the golf iln) at
Hnlclwn Hotel mid tho local pl.i)crs
mid u number of visitors will visit
Wnlalua to try their skill on the
links. The hotel has offered a suit
able prlzo for the da)'s contest nml
n second prize will he bought with
tho mono) lecelved ns entrance fees.
The visitors In town, In partli ular,
are Invited, nnd If they have neglcit
id to bring their iluhs (hut should
not kicp them unit), as thev inn he
supplied !) tho iiiciuheis of the local
dub mid the hotel
The directors of tho Country Club
held u meeting )esterday afternoon
ut vvhlih teports weie made which
wcro very pleasing to the members.
It wns nnnoiiuied h) tho contractor
that the building would bo lompleted
within three weeks am) J lie board
deilded that dues should commeiiie
In April In stead of In May, ns has
been suggistul before. Tho golf
links nre iieiirl) icady and the nips
mid discs will ho set In position ut
Tho Pacific Tennis Club has post
poned Its tennis tournament from to
day till March :.1 In order not to
tonlllct with the Wnlklkl legatta.
'ilio tournament H n double event
for members oul) Tho following
entries have been made
W. I'. Itoth nnd W II llahhltt, A.
T llioik mid r C Athcrton, Itlchnnl
C'ooko mid Dcorgo l'lillor. Haiold
Dllliiighiiui mid Walter Dillingham,
I 1. Cooko nnd I)r lllanchnid. John
Wnteihoitso mid Clcorgo Wutoi house,
I" i:. Steele nml Allien Afong, I). II.
IlltLhtmk mid C. It Hcmeuvvay, V..
U. Admiis and It. I) Mead.
:: s: ::
In ii slow und uninteresting gamo
of baseball, iittcmled h) mil) u hand
ful of spcctutois, the Itapld Transits
defeated the Tenth Infautiy hy n
stole of IC-'i. There wcio no fcat
iii es of pnitlutlai Interest, Iteuter
having the game In his hands loin
stait to finish. The gcncinl opinion
oNpicesed h) thnie who K.W tho
giimo was that unlcs tho Tenth was
i-tlengtheiieil to u gie.it degiee they
hud better not take Ike rjl.uc ot tlio
Malles In tho League
CVnti.il Union Cliurth. Dr. S)l
viator will piearh both morning mid
evening. Morning subject, "Tho
Christian (lospel ot the ratherhood."
Hvenlng subject, 'Jesus on Trial."
The luuslial piogi.ua Is as follows:
Muuilng: nntheiu hv the choir, "Tho
l.oid Is Hxnltcd ' (Stalucw; offerto
i), duet, "fluldo Me O Lord, firont
Jehovnh" (Lansing) hy Mrs. Mink-
ull und Mr, Hastings livening: an
thems Ii) tho tholi, Tho King ot
I.ove My Shcpheid Is tSmait); ills.)
'Sahhath Hvn" fli Klttan). A tor
dial Invitation Is extended to ull to
attend thesn seivliei
Puiser Ilcikley of the Klnuii iipmU
tho following sugui on hand on Ha
waii Olnn, 19.500, Walakea, 1U.000;
Hawaii Mill, 0500, Wuluulgi, H.,700,
Ouoniea. 20 000, 1'ejinLi ), J0.O0U, Ho
liomii, :'0,i.UO; Hakal.iu, 20 r,00 l.nu
pahoehoe, 18,2110, Onluila, 1200, Ku
knlaii, dOCO; H.imakiia II 500 Paau
ban 2J,r.i); lloniil.n.i, '1000 Kilkill
li.iolo, ISIH), PiiuiIiiii, I ! Holiu.ipo,
Our v lilting IndiFj will hud an cle
pant now stmk of dre od walk
ing sMits, Luc i and In i.iii mvthlng
ton liiiiv want In lhedi (,ooilt Hue. at
U II Ken k Co 's stole, Al.iUia stieet,
uiiu block tioiu tho Hawaiian hotel.
DOINGS ON THE
COMPOSE DBY MISS FRANCES NEWMAHK AND TH0S.
- TUNE MR..D00LEY.
1 -rr .--rJ-r-rJ-r-"-- r - - r - - r - - n
A Jolly irond of tourists fioiu tho
town of Rood I,. A.
Started off one afternoon for Hono
At San I'cilio ii holt the) took, which
was supposed to ho
The best that ever sailed across the
blue railflc sea.
It ever we will tackle )ou ngalu
'Twill bo when Jim Hill
The oi en n cm 1111
Anil we inn go in cotufoit on tho
When oneo upon Hie ship wc got
Wc trjeil to lisik around
All cleganio nml lomfort were the
first things that wo found,
(treat tare hail been taken that no
man should sleep alone,
To have louilltlons trowded, as wc
nlw.i)s do nt homo.
Oh, Mr. Her ron!
Oh. .Mr. Hcrrou!
We're glad )ou gao us such n good
Hut all our sickness
Has loft with quickness,
We'll banquet ou as soon ns wo
When the dlnner-gong sounded In
our willing cars
It was received hy nil on hoard with
man) hearty cheers.
Tho women to their trunks did rush,
to don their gi amies t dress.
And found the) were mistaken,
Tor things vvcie mi awful miss.
1't.or Mr. Wiggins!
Poor .Mr. Wiggins!
O, what mi awful tlmo bo hud that
To bear tho growlers
Ami stop the prowlers.
He wished the l)0.it and ull wcru out
Some nngr) faces loomed about und
tried to leave the boat,
And hollered so around that they had
blisters In their throats.
'I he extrnordluur) arrangements they
lould not quite understand,
And rather than Investigate, tho't
they would like to land.
Oh, whore's tho gang-plank?
Oh, Where's tho gang-plank?
Somebody had taken it away.
Then, us I'm it sinner,
The) rushed to dinner
And found the tables nil set for next
The tide wns low, tho steamer Into;
we tho't we'd never Blurt;
Our friends upon the Hhoro had left
wo found It hnrd to part.
The people fiom San Pedio c.uue,
their M)iupatliy to show,
And signified hy nods and looks
there's something wo should
They wouldn't tell us!
They wouldn't tell us!
Oh, why weio wo so very dull that
Hut when we (.tnrted
And tho ropes were patted
Wo saw the meaning then, All Right
Tho tilp began uiisplclnusl) ; nil was
i aim nml bright.
The "Nolllo" fired tluco parting
shots, which gave us nil u fright,
Yho, Japanese wo tho't it was, our
steamship to destioy,
Hut when at hist we heard tho truth
Oh, ni)! Oh, my! What Jo)!
Oh, It was lovely!
Ob, It was lovely!
We Clean Straw Hats
The Rain. Perhaps,
Mas Played Havoc
with your Straw or Panama Hat. Don't worry. BrinR it ripht over to us, and we will clean
and fix it up for you to well at to make you think, when wr Rive it back to yon in a day or lo,
that you arc getting a New Hatl. Our cleansing process is perfect; all discoloration it remov
ed, and no injury it done.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
At the bugle 8 echoes answered from
Then wo discovered
When we recovered
That wc wished we wcro bat, ugaln
Mr. Chllds wnsjn demand from morn
ing until eo
lly parties who were sick below ami
staterooms loulil not leave.
"Tonight put up with what )ou'vo
got," said he to i.ich nnd nil.
"And tomorrow I will tomo around
and pay olflclnl calls."
Ho Kept his promise
Ills sacred promise!
He put four extra men In our small
Tho placo was stuffy,
(ioslit We were huffy!
We wished that .Mr. Chllds was on
After Sunday morning's feast, tha
decks began to clear.
Wo realized tho sickness which wo
nil were taught to fear.
Tho staterooms nil wcro occupied
the waiters on the run.
And those of us who weie not sick
were feeling might) hum.
Oh, what a fiellng!
Oh, what a feeling!
The hint Insisted standing on ono
It Is u wonder
We weren't torn nsunder.
Oh, why did wo all our good money
Sunda) h)iuus wcro nil foigol
religion had ii pout.
The fact we were "all In," thoy say
ct all was t tuning out.
Wo had five doctors on tlio ship
but four wcru ery low.
So Dr. Hill was sent for then, hut ho
didn't want to go.
Oh, Dr. Hill!
Wh) ho so still?
When )ou know my mama
She'll feed tlio fishes
Without the dishes
So please tome on mid sio that things
Alios was the wilier man who dlgiil-
find tho trip:
No opportunity to make u lilt did
ho let slip.
He was ul a a) 8 at the tabic, never
missed u meal.
On desliv to get his iiioiic)'h worth
ho exhibited gro.il zeal.
Oh, Mr. Alios!
Oh, Mr. Alles!
Who did )ou get to feed jour Teddy
It Is n pity
Thut )our loiumltteo
Do all the work wbilo jou sleep lu
Tho Jolliest man on hoard this ship
Is our dear Captain Hrown.
It's known fiom snllor habits that,
he tanuot llvo In town.
Ho has a wlfo at ever) port tn whlih
his good ship goes.
What he will do with all of them,
tho good I-onl only knows.
Oh, Mr. Cniitnln! '
Oh, Mr. Captain!
Don't jou over try to stop this ship.
Thcru'll ho disaster
If jou don't go fastor,
Try and make n record run this trip.
There also Is a Mr. Johnson general
Who guarded all tho badges and hat
ed to glvu them out.
The amen ha likewise carried with u
tollege swagger tiuo,
Ul '-1 ' ggT
Ami when on naked him for one, ho
mercl) said, "Sklddoo!"
Oh, Mr. Johnslng!
Oh, Mr. Johnslng!
PIcntc don't bo so stingy with your
Tor jour committee
Who inntlo this ditty
Must linv'u a badge or they can do
Wc hail n time on deck that night n
little after dark.
A brilliant light was furnished from
the faie of Percy Clark.
When Percy buttons up Ills coat,
there's nothing left Insldo.
Ilcforc the trip Is over, jou will ecu
him growing wide.
Oh, Mr. Percy!
Oh, .Mr. Percy!
Plenso oblige tho bunch by gottlut;
'Twill ho n morcj'.
Oh, Mr. Percy;
Them's nothing left to kick at now
A MrvSwniifcldt ramc along tn tnku
this glorious trip;
He tried when he llrst enmc on board
To canvass all the ship.
He wanted to furnish steamer rhalra
nt $1 1-2 a day.
The loinmlttee threw him overboard
they couldn't sea things that
Oh. Mr. Swnnfcldt!
it is a pity!
Why didn't sou bring jour touts
along this trip?
Wo'd start a cltj ;
'Tvvoiild bo quite pretty.
Anil sklu to death the sUerngo tut
I'ioiii llllo all the passengers to tho
Tboso from below wcro Hist to go, to
show their good Intent.
Ihcy went bj rail and then hy stagu
und started for the trull.
Tho stoutest heart among thu men
seemed suddenly to quail.
Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!
Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!
What ii d load fill tlmo my poor feet
had that night
My knees wero shaky.
My back was achy
They furnished us with lampt that
would not light.
Tho good folks on the Island gave tho
tourists a big feast.
Wo all went there as big ns llfo
our mouths und lingers greased.
As wo at the tnblo sat nnd looked for
Wo louldn't sea a single fork, ami
felt like "tloggono" fools.
Oh. that Pol ol! !
OI! Oi! Ol! Ol! Ol!
The blame stuff to my finger would
I wasn't uhle to keep ileaii the table.
And all I gut was Just whut I luuld
There's one redeeming feature to tho
Tho linkers nro up to date ami till
their duties know.
Tho 1st mate ns chief Indies' man
holds bis position well,
lie's seen ut times about tho slil) a-
pllotiug a belle.
Oh. Mr. Illlliunii!
Oh, Mr. lllllinan!
Wo seo jour tastes are very well de
fined. Hut thorn nro others
Who havo no mothers,
To whom jour studied coldness
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER.
Fort and Metchant Stt,