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Read first announcement
In Saturday's paper
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Vou IX No. 3647
HAWAII'S ALOHA WINS
EVERY LOS ANGELES HEART
DEPARTING GUESTS TELL WHAT THEY THINK OF HAWAII
Arrnil THN DAYS of what hn,- been almost ontlrely Joy, for ilnys
twenty.four hours lung, tho two hundred and fifty people making up
tliu pioneer excursion of tho Lou Angeles Chamber of Commerce
to Hawaii nro leiuing ut 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Tlio Iliillutln has told tho Hlory of what thin liuppy pnrty hns been do
ing from day to day. It remain for the ieoplo tliuinsvhes to glu- their
iilnlon of what lluwnll'K Alolin has meant to them, and whether they
nro glad they camu. Mont of tho party hao iletoted Ihu tlmu In slght-H""-Iiik.
Homo huo ilono business, Ono man h.ilil lie hud not dono much, uh
liio now customer look only n dozen cases of IiIh goods und tint other a car
load. IIoiioIiiIimiih ami tho iieoplu of Illlo hino Rained Kreut plensuro rrom
Ihu visitation. What sumo of Ihu people lmo to Hay for IhomselxoH mid of
Hawaii Is given us they told It to Iliillutln leportcrs:
4 "Thl trip hat been a great educa-
FRANK WIGGIN8 lion to all of us. Wo havo been hup
" ' ' ; prised at tho largo variety of Indus
tries )on havo here nncl Ihu great lisBlldlltlcB for trade. That Ih ii matter
which our Chamber of Commerce la koIiir to take up earnestly. ".Many ol
the part) havo told me that they Intend to return and locate heic."
ft !; !
-f - "You have a better climate than we
OR- ) E. COWLES j have without a quuHtlon, iih you hno
.- ,. . , nil the advantages of Southern Cali
fornia without tho chill of our inorniiK unit oenlngs. I enmo hero some
what prejudiced against jou, iir 1 hud heard that tho mosqultosH were cry
bud here. I nisei bad on Idea that tho sanitary conditions und arrange
men h were ery jioor, thinking that they were nuw as they wero about ten
or twoho jears ngo. However. I have bad the pleasure of meeting the
Hoard of Health of this city, and I havo found that It Iiuh beon doing some
ixcelleut work on sutillury lines, and I bolluvo that It Is largely due to Its
iffortH that conditions havo been bo much Improved. Kor Instance, tho iuoh
tiur.o catiuiulBii has been a great thlns, well planned and excellently curried
"I havo been practicing as a physician In I.os Angoles for tho past 20
years, but other and myself hae beretoforo felt considerable hesitancy
about Bending pcoplo to the Island. Wo had doubts about tho climate and
thought that the mosquitoes mid the lock of j.roper sunltary nrrangemcnls
would pnno a great Inconwnlonco. nw, howovur, I will not bo able to
lay too much good about Honolulu and the climate and conditions here."
"I am not a Los Angeles man, but
I J. R. McKINNEY I como from Colorado Springs. Yes; I
?" 7". '. mv" bomo l"tty largo beet sugar In
terests, and havo been considerably Interested in your Biigar Industry. Of
course, Biigar Is tho big thing bore, np, jou havo certainly dono marvclB,
both In the way of cultivation In tho fields and In sugar-houso manufacturo.
1 do not BiippoHo that thero Ih any othen place In tho world where thoy aro
ublo to produce bo largo an amount of sBar K;r acre as you do hero.
"I find thnt tho Islands aro up nsnlnst tho same great problem which
Is causing us trouble namely: the labor question. Wo hnvo been using
Jnpaneso. ltusslnns. Gallclans and other nationalities In our fields and fac
tories, and n great percentage of our labor was Japanese. Now the Immlgra
lion of Japanese laborers has been stepped ontlrely oh far as wo aro con
cerned, and wo will hao considerable moro trouble In getting labor. Tho
IvIauilK. I consider, have been exceedingly lucky In that tho now Immlgra
ton law dogs not affect them. As It was. nothing could please us better
than to bo ablo to Import n few hundred thousand Chinese, as wo cannot
draw any longer from tho South, whero they aro already short of labor,
und wo must get labor from somowhere. I expect that Island planters
would not object to tho Importation of bunch of Chinese laborers, cither.
As far as tho trip Ih concerned. I must say that the party has been re
markably woll entertained, and that ovcryono of us has been pleased with It.
Tho climate wob a bit windier than wo had expected : still I understand that
hat Ih not a normal condition, and In spite of that, every minute of tho en
tho trip has been ono of enjoyment."
"-"; "You can see how much I like Ho-
' M'88 AUCE E- HINE8 I uolulu whon I tell ou that 1 am go
.,n ii... riM.. i i . TT. " lnK to stny loBor and will not go back
?,.,, ,,?n :J. , ' 1"at,moro of lll Pry could stay and many would If
the) could only bo Biiro of passenger accommodations when they want them."
L'Uft tVJ Ik
MADE IN NCWYORM
you nr (or your Spring
Suit that ii of io muck ta
portuue to you. The main
trouble ii fittbic one that
pleMM you, one that you
know it absolutely right a
to style aad It. Theee trou
let Aitappoar the moment
you put on erne of our suite.
You don't have to hare
someone tell you it ii be
coming and that it nte you
perfectly you Know it. No
matter what price a man
vayi for a suit he ii per
fectly tatif led if he gets hii
THE KASH CO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTBL STfl.
HONOLULU. rKlUHTOKY OF HAWAII. JitlDAY. AIA HO 1 1 J 2, 190 7
Hughes Makes Salary
Grabbers Hunt Cover
2flth Day Korenoon Session
Tin general feeling among the iieo
plu regarding tho County salary grab
bus at lust got under thu skin of somu
of tho grabbers, and soveral of thoso
whit before took part In the utlort In
wasto the people's money fairly fell
over themselves tlilx morning in their
fcuventy-tbree jeurs old
hero, and the l'all Is rerttilnly a great
end I hnvo done far mure work during our stay thuflil biivu dono for leura
in tho same amount of time, but I feel nil tho boltci' for It, and tho treat
ment we time received here has been splendid In every resiect.
"I came hero moro especially to tnku a look over tho Honolulu Plan
tation, In which my brotherlnlnw, V. W. Carter. Is Interested to the extent
of about S2ul),000. He asked mo to go hero nml look Into the pl.intatlo'1,
and I did bo. I hao linen exceedingly well satisfied with nil I saw there.
1 islted thu plantation yesterday, und I am going to mako u fiiMirublo re
port. It Is true that no dlvldendH hau been paid so fur, but I lunu seen
thu fine machinery which has been lurtnlled and I can seo that one cannot
expect to make a big concern like that u succcsh without spending a good
ileal of money In ImprotcmentB. On tho whole, I urn well HntlHllcd, and I am
going to report that the plantation Iiuh now become self-supixirtlng and
thnt thu imestment is u good ono."
f.. . .. 4. "To me this trip has been a revels.
I MILO BAKER , I (Ion, und I reullzo thnt before I camu
" r f I know cry little about the Islands.
They nro tho most beautiful place I have seen, and tho cllmato Is perfectly
, delightful Ono thing Is sure, and that is that this Is Just tho beginning of
another trip to tho Inlands for mo, when 1 will have tlmo to stny hero Ion
ger. I Intend to come hero at thu cuu of the year tusiicud thu winter."
4.. . ,,.- "These are certainly great Islands.
! VICTOR PONET I The cllmnte Is fine und jour grent pro-
' ' r iiuctlon in u arlety of IndUBtiles show
clearly thut yon aro cnpnblo of 11 great future duclopment. Tho ono thing
which )ou need und which Is absolutely necessary for you Is to get good
transportation facilities; but onco )ou get them you havo a lino futmo be
0 At JU
4. "The one thing which I think the
j FRED. L. ALLE8 I Islands are greatly In need of, more
" -t- than anything olso, Ib for opportuni
ties for American citizens to como hero nnd settle. You shotiM make better
inducements for settlors, so that they would como hero to mako homes for
thomselvvB and their families."
t- 4. "While I am not from Lot Angeles,
A. 8. HOLBROOK I but fiom Colorado SprlngH, I liao en-
' -f Jojed tho Islands as much lis anyone.
I havo been very much Impressed wllh the cllmato and tho beautiful scen
ery, nnd I fully intend to como hero iiguln to spend tho wlntur'whenuer 1
slmll havo tho opjiortunlty."
4 .-. . ..4 "Hawaii Is certainly the mot beau-
I J. W. BURKE j tlful place I huvu over visited. Tho
" - - .4. Volcano prcsonted 11 wonderful sight,
showing tho tremendous forco of the puwors of nature, nnd was utterly un
llko anything ono can see ulsuwhoio. Tho l'all wbh also boautlful, und
there uro dozens of picturesque spotB about tho city which I udmlred us I
paused them. On tho whole, you can quotu mo us saying anything you
please about Hawaii, so long its It Is good."
J I t"
MISS LULU HAHN
I only wish that r could stuy longer,
help liking Honolulu."
MISS VIOLETTE BAL
4. Alameda. Tho music of tho band
made me homesick, nnd I think that tho lols with which tho Honolulu poo
I e decornto tholr friends who aro going awuy aro the most beautirul things
I have over seen. It's worth whllo going away Just to have that done."
-...-. , ,4. "I am the cashier of the First Na-
I C. 8. CROOK8HANK j tloual Hank or Sunta Ana. I am Miry
- much tnken with tho Islands, and I can
boo that Ihey hau a great future before them. Thoy aro certainly so beau
tiful that, onco their fume Is generally known, they ought to bo a Mecca
for tourlBts. I enjoyed tho visit in tho Volcano ery much. It wub ery net
ho on tho night I was thero, und I would not have missed tho Bight for a
MRS. NORMA G. MURPHY
cfror In Io range themselves on thu sldo
Hut Iteprescutathe Kulelopu wuh
nlinost rnbld on the subject, unit In
Keerul noisy und llloglcnl sK'ecbes
did IiIh best to hold tho other grnbburs
to ils slumlord, Tho SuperlBorlal
grub Is the one on which bo takes his
Ltfilnl nml Ii.. fimtlif l.np.l It. iit ....
, ... .'.. . a.u .......... .it,... .u niVJI
fiom huvlug it knocked out and to
"The Islands are very fine indeed. I
bae seen hero thliigH thu like of which
1 hao never seen before and I am
somu biaiitlful and romantic scenery
Wo havo been kept very busy,
"I think that the Honolulu boys are
nil right. They have been awfully nlco
Io inn ever since I have been heie, and
I.os Angeles Ih all right, but I can't
"I think that the prettiest thing I
havo oer Been was tho sailing of tho
"I with that I could stay In Hono
lulu. Can't ynu get me n Job on your
paper iih society or religious editor, so
bold IiIh former ndherentH, whom he
inw gradually slipping nuny fiom him,
miller the pressure of public opinion.
Incidental!), ho objected strenuous
I) to liewspnier rrlllclsm. The do
nomination of his pet measure n
' grab" evidently hurts
Sheldon, too, one of the chief grab
biTH fiom Kauai, Iiuh had the prod uf
pu-HH eiltlclsm get home under his
fklu, and sbowed thnt he feels thu
prick bj nihlslng his fellow members
"nut tu mind what the uuwHpupci
John Hughes is tho man who went
nfter the grabbers Ills motion to
Hitpone Indefinitely further eonsldei
ntlou of the grab hill bad nliout tho
Kiimu elfect ns u tuouso loomed loo-'u
In n sew lug soclel). It created con
Hernatlon among those who liawi lieeu
try Iiik to get rid of thu people's mun
ly by the piijmeut of extniMigaut sal
nrles to County olllelals. .Many of
lliein. when they saw tho storm com
ing, hastened to get under cover by
rlalmlng that they had ulwnjH been
opposed to some provisions of tho bill,
The matter was not definitely set
tled, but wits postponed until uuxt
Kalelopu Discovers a Grab
Kalelopu, tho Itepresentntho who
iwih chiefly Instrumental In Jammhm
through tho Houso Committee of tho
Whole, the County salary grab, this
morning dot eloped a sudden horror of
Kralm nml ntoso In virtuous Indigna
tion to object to 11 bill which he term
id u gtab, and also to take n ship ut
tho press fur Its rexirt of Ids part In
Iho salary grab,
Tho cause of IiIh remarks was tho
bill tu gle Deputy Tax Collectors ii
per cent, on their collections of er
Miual taxi In f idltlnn to tlulr regu
lar salary. Ihu cuiuiiihii re-) "mon
oed the passage of Iho bill.
Kalelopu wuxed exceedingly Indlg
r.ant mer tho mcasuie. "This Is u
grab," ho said, "ami 11 pretty big grab.
M10 gentlemen of tho press silting ov
ir there, who raised such a howl ovor
raising .Supervisors' salaries Io JfiDO,
mil culled that a grab, can bco thnt
there utu other grubs. 1 don't seo why
tho Tux Collectors cun't work for
their salaries without having to have
u commission added "
Sheldon, thu country Inwjcr from
Kauai, took the opposite, vlow of the
mutter, hut ho also took occasion In
1 how that the criticism of tho press
has touched him In u tender spot,
. "This Is n good bill," ho snld, "and
I supjKirt It. Why, on tho mainland
lax Collectors aro paid us high na 26
per cent, for collecting personal taxes.
This Is not a grab. Never mind what
the newspapers say." Ho hinted
rtrongly at grafting In tho Tnx Ofllco
of Honolulu, which ho called tho "Ho
Rawlins thought It exceedingly bad
Instu for the gentleman from Kaunl to
(Continued on Page 4.)
CHOICE ONES to Mainland points,
at low rates. Leave your orders at
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co.,
m mi 1
Moanauli Still Harps On
Kill !)a Atlernoon Session
Moanauli Intnidmed another of his
brilliant resolutions In the House, this
time usklng that "Doctor" J. Uir Will
laib bu permitted to go tu Moloknl to
prm the on the letters there. The ies-
olutloli was postponed for lonslilera-
tlon to 11 er. npin our late date Apnl
I-'ikiI'h Da on motion of l'all.
The 1 ebullition read us follow s:
Hesolud. that it Is the sense of the
House of UcpieicntuUvcs, the Senate
loucuirlng, thut it Is fur the benellt ot
the people In thlH i'errltor) thut Mr
Wnllacli may be iM-nnllted bj the
lloaid Io Health 10 engage In the
lieatmont of leper, ut the Kallhl Ite
telvlng Station, aciurdlng to the pro
visions. of section 1127 of the Revised
It Is further resulted, that the Iloaicl
of Health Is heielij humbly lequested
to give the said Mr. Wnllacli the proper
j permission ucioiillng to Section 1127.
And It Is ruilher Itesolved. 'I hut
some iitlentH at Kallhl may be given
under be lontrol of wild Mr. Walludi
lor tile tirni of six months, the lloaid
, of Health paving thu expenses of lucp
I lug Mild patients ut Kallhl.
' And It Ih 1 ill tiler Unsolved, That u
I certified ir- - of this resolution niu bu
tent hv lie ?rks of the Houso und
Senate to 1 Hoard of Health
Cone) ptom-nly objected to nny such
fool measure being considered b the
House and moviil thnt it bo tabled, but
.Moanap,'! made ono of his character
istic speeches In support of It, saving
thut the lesolutlon hud moro mcill In
It than some uf tho memberH appeared
to think He usked that It bu louslil
lied on Its merits.
It was, Pall's motion Io Kstpouc
the matter to April Fool's Day ap
peared to appeul to the House us nliout
the most fitting solution of the prob
lem nnd It was adopted,
The Jury In the suit of i: J. McCar
thy against tho O, It. & I Co.. for
(10,000, for having been ejected from
u train In 1901, this aflei noon returned
a verdict In favor of the defendant.
Tho Jurj eondsted of It. W Calh
cart. Thus: II. Kennedy, It. V. Pod-
more, St C Sajres, John K l'reiidei
gast, U K Shi Idem, John Duncan,
James Arcla, Kred J Turner, lliurj .
AudiewH, M F Cunningham and
Git 011r long white silk gloves at
U 11 Ketr & Co.'s AluUea street.
105 J Fort Street
PlMOIl Ti OliNTH
(Allocialrd 1'rrit Xwrtnt Caitiff
IRONTOWN Mo March 22. ror.
mer United States Senator Burton,
who has been serving a term m prison
for accepting bribes was re'eated to
(Altoctatrd Prett Special CabUI
SAN FRANCISCO. Cat, March" 22.
Boss Abe Ruef Is selling much of his
property, presumably to realize funds
for hit legal fight.
BELASCO'S WIFE DEAD
(An-inet 'r-i Apccfaf CaoleJ
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., March 22.
Juliet Crosby, tho actress wife of
Frederick Belatco, died suddenly to
day. An hour later, M. E. Mayer, Be
laico'c partner, died from the shock
ol the cl newt.
WRECK OFF ALASKA
lAnocUilcit 1'rtii Special Cadlf)
SEATTLE, Wath., March 22. The
steamer Northwettern, formerly the
Orizaba, has been wrecked on tho
FLOODS OF STOCKTON
tAttoclatttt I'ltin 5p'cll Calllf
STOCKTON, Cat.. March 22. Thou
lands of acres are flooded In this Mo
tion. THAW JURY CXCU8ED
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 22. The
Thaw Jury has been excused till Wed
nesday. More affidavits In the case
will be filed.
The Most Watchful Eye
Once and Awhile Closes
And that short tlmo
affords plenty of oppor
tunity for some ois to
steal your Jewels, and
precious documents. But
when you lodge these t
valuables in one of our
safe deposit boxes they
are safe both from bur
glary and fire. And the
lodging Is SOe a mintlt.
Port St. Honolulu
Shoe For Men
Tan, Patent Colt and Vlcl Kid.
Balmorals from $4.50 to $5.00.
It Is a most dressy and at the 'same
time serviceable shoe.
Shoe Co., Ltd,
'Phone Main 282
i. - ' '
that I can stay hero us long as I wish?
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