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Vol, I X Xo. 3657
HONOLULU. rKUKlTOKY 0F HAWA1L VKl)y)CSl)AY. APU1L 3. 1907
1'ltlUK 6 OlINTR
i mirr wwim'iw wMfttwifHW
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"llpllnpolls nrrlled I'tmlii Arenas Monda) proceullng jestcrday
Immigrant good health "
This Is the text of a cablegram received IIiIh morning fruni Col
lector Sliickuhlc, nnil dated April 3. l'lintu Arciais Is u jxirl In lliu
Strolls of Magellan where stcametr sto'i for coal mid supplies
Tills means that lliu llcllopolhs Immigrants will land In Hono
lulu within Hip next lwoiit)-flvn or thirty (lavs us tlic ship will sup-poi-edly
tomi dlutl from the Strolls to this iiorl.
IU MI t ttt
Will Question Waliach,
The Quack Doctor,
About Female Rocks
'llitli l).l) rorencoii Session
Wullnch, the quack doctor who litis
bluffed u largo proportion of thu peo-j
pin of this Terrltor, mid Homo of tho'
legislators. Into svvallovvliiR his nru
iiliout beliiR allies to cttio leprns). Is
to he given mi opportunity to appear
before tho limine and explain Ills
ipiiipiIIcs and answer Hitch questions
n h may tin put to him liy tho member.
A motion was iniido this morning1
and cnrrloil, that tho House sit ns
Committee of the Wholo nt 7 o'clock
tomorrow night, mid that WallaUi lie
Invited to appear lioforo the commit
tco and do a llttlo explaining. One
of the questions ho will ho called tip
on to nnsvier is ns to how ho Innnngea
to Ret moss from female rocks n thou
i.and feet down In tho sen. Some of
the mcmlicrs also want to know what
a female rock is, an) way, nnd .how
Wnllach can tell ono from n mnlo
lock. As Waliach Is the only man
living who has jet illscoveied sex III
locks, he ought to ho ahlo to satisfy
Ills inquisitors on these liiirnlng
PIIKI.DON' WANTS TO KNOW.
.Sheldon took tho Hoot mid tinted
Hint ho had sta)ed up night lifter
night until 11 or 12 o'clock and pon
dered over this matter. 1 would like
to know what man there Is who inn ro
iliOd feet tlonn Into tho mm. If u man
treated by Walhah should die, upon
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wmilll wuillil Hill lliu it-njufiioiiiiiuj .
KA1IANA l'LIUDS 1011 1'AKIU.
Kahuna Interrupted with a question
as to what Sheldon would think when
u patient of any jih) Lilian should die.
Sheldon replied that there would bn
to tumble In such a else, ns u teg
ular ihlclaii has a lkcnte, but there,
would.be trouble Jf a man should die
under tho hands of Waliach,
Kahami slid two men nt the sit
Ihmen had testified that they had been
benedict! by Wnllacli.
"Hint Is the vciy leason I want
Waliach to come before m und show
us what ho can do," icpllcd Sheldon I
urn not. opposed to tho vvclfaro of tho
people. I wni ono of thoso who sup
Cumrl (tuUirs tur.li'i?,
fllfn.,1 Rmlimln iC MUKT
I J l'lUii!Ka'!lSrwmr
ntl t if tH t
ported Itlcc and allowed him to treat
lepers What was the result? Ho ib
rcrled us mid one of tho men ho treat
tit Is ut the Kallhl reaching station.'
Kahaiin bad to have another oppor
tunlty to make himself ridiculous.
"This man Is the first ono who has
shown u dls.noiltlon to tuat lepers,'
ho said, "like tried it, but he de
serted" He said he had evidence iu
to the quantitations of Waliach, mid
proceeded to tejicat oiuu inuro tho
talcs told by tho two Chinese at Ka
laupapa, who tald they had been ben
efited by Waliach,
Raw llni cut lu with n request to bo
nllowcd to ask n question, .lust then
romo one tint n note to Kahana, ami
bo sat down suddenly.
Hughes wanted to know who sent
that note, and naked that the messen
ger be made to tell Ho was Informed
that ho had no right to ask.
The motion to lime Waliach request
ed to appear bc'occ tho House in Com
mittee of tho "t)le carried, and thn
ilerk was Instructed to notify Will-
Inch to bo piesent.
WAiWAiours nii.ii tahm:i).
Wolwalolo's House Illll r,3. ichitliiK
to the iiipolntmeiit und removal of
district iiiugtratcs, wns reported on
adversely b the Judlclnry Commit
tee, which recommended that It bo
lablcij, for tho icason that the object
bought to be attained bv tho bill could
lint bo iiuonitillshpil 'Iho icasoifi
given by the (omiulttco were thu fol
There ma bo somo udvnntngo In
having clicult Judges Instead of the
Chief .lust bo appoint magistrates, und
there may bo disadvantages. If the ap
pointment bn given Circuit Judges, let
them have tho absolute appointment,
not subject to tho approval of thu
It would bo In nny event nwkwaid
mid Inconvenient for tho Supremo
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THE KASH GO.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8
Senate Postpones Action
On It For Two
BOTH OIL STORAGE
BILLS ARE KILLED
Bill Exempting Corporations From
Exhibit Fee raises Second
St It iHttt-StK it it it it it tt it it it
VOTE TO POSTPONE PRI-
it it it it it it it it it it it it it
Ayes: Lane, Chillingworth,
Mnkekau, Hewitt, Woods, Brown,.
Noes: Kalaraa, Smith, Knud- 1'-'
sen, Oandall, Ccclho, McCarthy,.
:r it iS it it it it it it it it it it it it it
The vote to postpone is prac- '"'
tically a vote against the bill. "'
it it it it it it it it it ii -X-
Hfilh Day I'orenoon Session
Tho Scnnto hold an iiniisiially In
teresting session today, action being
taken on man) Important measures'.
Ono of tho last things dono was to
give tho primary law a stab In the
dark, fiom which It may not survive
In spite of tho fait that tho bill Is a
Kopubllian pirty measure, which tho
Senators of Hint party have pledged
themselves to support, man of them
mo against the bill, fearing Its ef
fects r!ir-Hld It become law, und linvo
for some I up pat bepn plotting how
they could chloroform the bill with
out making tho breath of their plcdgo
too evident. The vvclcomo oppot Ut
ility ciimo today, when Mnkekau, 11
Demociat, moved to postpone the bill
for two weeks. This was voted for
by all tho Honolulu Senators, cxiept
Smith, 1'iesldent Bishop adding sIr
nlllcantly, as lie voted for tho post
poncmont, that "theio woro too tunny
elections." When tho bill tomes up
again there will only bo ten daH left
of tho session, nnd tho Senator!) who
1110 against tho measure will probably
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T II. navies & Co havo made tho
announcement that no steerage ac
commodations will bo reserved here
after and ull ilcsliliiR such passage
must apply at the wharf shortly he
lore the boat sails. This applies to
Japanese us wnll iih htinlcs und Iiiih!
mused considerable dissatisftu tlou.
At prcbont thoro mo a very largo mini
bor of Jnpuneso who wish to go to
Vlctoila and Vancouver and It will
bo a case of a light for tickets at the
dock, In which a woman wilt havo
llttlo or no chunco If she ilcslics to
Thoro havo been 41 Jnpaneso
lowed passaRO on tho Moana, loavliif?
thlB nftprnoon, mid us tho C.-A, boats
havo oi.l one Htcert.Ro they will bo
in tho iaiuo(ompnrtnionts with vvhlto
people. Willi h Is sure to causo more
or less trouble. On tho Pacific Mall
hoatH there Is what Is known as u IIu
lope.in und an Asiatic steoiage, by
vlilch alt dllllculty lias been avoided.
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
CHOICE ONES to Mainland points,
at lew rates. Leave your orders at
Wilt f IN
PACIFIC STUB 101
The tint count in the Pacific States
Tour contest will be published Friday
afternoon, April 12th. This will i;ivc
time for the entries from nil Islands
to be made.
The cuttom in previous contests
has been to publish the count on
Ihursday afternoon. Hilo, however,
has a. mail leaving Friday afternoon
and is anxious that its latest paper
Khali hare the count as nearly up-to-date
as possible. Consequently it has
been decided to count the votes on
Thursday afternoon and make the fir-
. ' .(..IiIIm t. 4Vim V.ijni. ., r-t 41,M'f,i I 1,1 lu fun, fif flu 1 11. 1 UK.. ,ifru nil '
ft I una jmuiiv in till; aaiuujt jbauu U4 MlM
iEullttin. This will serve all the other
. . . . ... . '
l"c inicresi 111 mis contest is wm-,
eruian in nny contest ever conuucicu
in the Islands. It is certain that
there will be a trood list of candidates,
and the Lucky Six will be thoroughly
lcprescntative of Hawaii. I
Hrs, Weatncrrcu, who is to net asi..o,. .i v v..i,n,i
chaprrone, said this morning, when!
speaking of the places of interest
alone the way:
"There will probably be no more
interesting sight to the Hawaiian par
ty than the ruins of the once beau
tiful San Francisco. Every part of
the tity will be visited and the path
way of the earthquake be explained
nnd former location of popular build
ings pointed out. The young ladies
vill lie cntprtaincu at tnc raiace no
. i it. t , ., iil
tel and, though not the stately nnd
grand palace of other days, yet the
mmA nnnftil Tintnitnll tv and mrmil
treeting will nwait the guests. A'usslst. however, they vvero able to KtMtomcUln5 h; t, (eP Hne.Squlres
jin.nr it Ti't ,lll Via oivpn wliprn
the Hawaiian girls will be the
01 attraction in mc nirgc iwiu spa
cious dining hall
The California Promotion Com
mittee will extend courtesies.
I'Thn nattv will .viit the Union
Iron Works and sec the new Hauna
Ven under construction for the Ho
,n1i,lii nnd TTiln rmitp The NflVV '
"i'nrd will afford a day's entertain
ment. "A lunch will be given at the fa
mous Cliff House, followed by a diivc
through Golden Gate Park.
"A call will be made on all the
leading newspapers of San Francisco , likely lo bo asked for linking tho l'u
nnd Oakland. cllle to tho Indian und Atlantic
"At Palo Alto it is already arranc-'Oceans, llut. whether or no. wo get
td for a delightful auto tour of that
section, through the kindness of Mr.
Roy Thorpe, a popular bachelor of
Northern California, after which the
young ladies will be entertained by
Mr. Thorpe's mother at dinner. The
trip to Palo Alto will include a visit
to Stanford University. Mr. Thorpe
will show his guests many beautiful
country homes of San Francisco mil
lionaires around Palo Alto, Redwood
City, Fair Oaks, Menlo Park, and oth
er well-known places. The day in
and around Palo Alto will be one of
the red-letter days during their stay,":" " ,''";u wl,,lui ' -on"-
. nUfnYnitk o
Don't Live In
The strain is too great. There
'is no peace of mind for the person
"'luilm I., hi nrppiniu documents
and vauai,ie unguarded. .He is
..., ,,.Mn , ,i,0 ,i,nk nf sud -
d d ' , t lOSSnot a pleas-
" J"" " ' Vnp rn,.. Bnd fircgi,
I , 1A. 1 ...i a ..l.n.
IClC 10SS Jiov jncaa-
lont fool ino. Pnr rnlihprs and tires
n5 ,' ne.lcAlv R. carthauakes
and are as merciless.
1..I f mil- af rlpnntit linif.
es for 50o a month. This places you
on Easy, Street.
wuiuiidii; ) iviut
Fott 8t. Ucnolul"
P ill Mi
.English Steamship iMan
! Is On Board The
PROPOSED FLEET OF
, Would Mean Another Big Line of
Steamers Going to Australasia
l and Stopping En Route
I at Honolulu
Mr Tret-v, Clnll.e. tho nnmiglng
illirctor of the Sir William Ijilnir k
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i1,"' ,JI,,'V"1 " M r1cl,'.r 'Wmm.
He has bicu on a trip to Austialla ac
companied bv .Mr. John l'splcn, 111
ino u.,irMCiatlie- of a new English 1
sMidlcnlo which has proposed to tako
over the mull service of Australia It
subsldlied to a sufllclcnt extent, iho
il- 'H w", p'R'1. or possibly eleven,
"-Of "m, ,Kl1 " l" I". a "r"t S1'.'"8
'the removal of' the Oceunlc stcaineis
from the Australian run has destnoed
nil regular ninll servile for Australia
via (he United States and strong steps .
r.. I...I,,,. Inl,n l l,l,,l,i n Imll.r m.P. I
vlco to take IU plate.
Tho Sidney .Morning Herald makes
ho following edltotlal r marks on ibu.
"Tho significant thing about tho visit
of Messrs. Clark and I'eplcn to Hjil-J.
nev Is. their reticence. In Melbourne
lh.v unrn lllliii? In liilk. Ilinilcb no
.....!.. i. .. .... ...i.. i t u...l .....lun wtnwler hi liU f Itikh. lllll whether
I IHIIIUI It wan Bt-illlllllini; iiiijiiL-pnil tl'- - -
ion aU Ill( guI1(ry tiat they had not ho will ho nhlo lu stand beforo tho
comc to Australlu (o jmsh tho newjbiiii-HKo rusheaof the IjIk Callfornlnu
tmill fntitrnrr Willi !r npiiltlli In i .1 . - i.wi... 1.. i..
nssiirances ami make many vuguo
iiiiiiili. 111111 lililiw iimik; ms"w ,i---i
lianilei) to 1 I nblcsomo jiubllc was
tho referent u to the v...i c pervlio.
It was suggested that the Common
wealth might Join with Canada mid
Now Zealand to offtr it substantial sub
; !, .a!"1" "l"":,0 .!"
v......r... .. ... ... ... ... , -
ireao Its proposed licet from eight
11. 000-ton steamers to eleven. This
sounds Miy well, and wo tan again
unl) wy that the now mall tr.ict. '
wan us poss.i. o eicnsious, nnuiiiu no
a very good thing for Australia as
sumliiR that no expensive luodlllintlons
are Introduced It Is tniontclvnblo,
, ifir iiiMiiim,, I mil iini iiiiirv iirii ih
no fuilher Mr Clnrkr la so busy that
ho lias no time to glvo Information,
nnd jet It does not appear that hbvac
tlvltj is bringing him Into enntuct
iltlicr with tho .State (invcrnment or
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GARBAGE: RITE MAY
The raise of tho garbage rates nnd
iiiivj mm rumen iiKauini. lliu niiuiiuu
soar of tho minimum into from 25 to
Tf (onts a month Is nt present occu
pying tho minds of tho Supervisors,
und will probably be' tho subject of
Jdisuibsloii at thu melting tonight It
lis quite probable that the tato will lie
'nit down again, though not quite
) bulk to tho old flRiirc
"Tho Rurhugo department mis Ul-i
vvids been a losing proposition," said
Chuliiniui Hustaeo today. "In 1900
the ctponscs wcro $2a,CC9.C8, while
the Inconio was S8.S74 70, leuvliiR u
Ictlf.lt of II 1,01)5 78 for tho County
I 'V!!,.!! U ,1 f.llll,. 111 WH mdlllPll lllll
....... .. . - -
' lliouuiiy ex ioiisi-h iioiii neuiijr ,;,uuii
I" JfiSO. Then wo ralstd tho rale,
with tho Idea of making this depart.
IllCIlt fcolf'stlPpOrtlllR, UiOUrIi OVCrt
then it dnesjiot pay Now u hill has
passed both Houses and Is beforo thu
(lovcrnor which piovldos against any
County emplo)o drawing two sul.ir-j
ies. It Is directed against Sam John-'
son, nnd If II becomes law wo will
have to pay a garbago superintendent
(llii) u mouth, and have other Inci
dental cxponses, wlillo wo only pny
nm M- ru" -,Kiit"i i
rant) cllinllnK nuw ,iuriaim ,
County but It does not Inucnsti Its
f i 11
rONTA DELdADA. Azores. April 3. Violent carthqunkej have been
experienced on the Island of St. Michaels The people are deserting Vil
(Amochtrd 'ran Spcrl.il Ci6l" I
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl April 3.
The lamination of talesmen for the
Ruef jury is proceeding.
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CALIFORNIA NEW JUDGE
(Aatnclatctt Piita Special Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 3.
W. C. Van Fleet has been appointed
H",tcd StatM D"tr,Ct JlU,BC for CaI"
1 1 11A
When tho Vcnltirft arrlvca fiom tho
Colonies on l'rlda the lovers of tho
Itulitlnir art will nil bn nt thn dock to!
,., .,111 u(111irr. nln . ,I1i,,,,inii of
AllKtr.1.1.1 wl. iH .... lllK ....... lu tll0'
AllS,irIIII, WHO IS Oil HIS Wll 10 1110
Coast with the l-'ca of challenglnc
Champion Jim Jeffries for tht title.
It Is nlto said thn' Jnik Johnson will
t10 . bo,lt ,llt uhlu la lather,
SqlllreS, IIPlOHllllR til llll IICCOIIIltM,
. . . ,ii,
nun 11 iiiuirr ui'iuiu iiu iuiii iii jih'h-
lug for a II lug, und Is reinnrkah!)
well built lln weighs over 200
I (Hindu i n sild to have tho long
est ro.u hi any man In tho ring j
I'vcr) thing has not gone smoothly
with Jitcl. Johnson on his Australian
trip, and, iKu.rdlng to ui rivals on thu
.Moana. he lias had trouble with hU
manager Al Mcl.aln, and u light bo-
tt.CII tho two lesulted, iiImi ii J."i
flm, f(ir Jo1UM)n. u s mi said Unit
..,,,, . -.,. n.u ,i()re,i ,luiltcr
for it breach of coutinit und claims
Johnson was unable to gel u light
with Squires while lu Australia anil
with the exception of his two bouts
with l'cllx nnil LaliiR has not been
nble to make mi) money. Ho will
piohably bn ghid to Ret back to thu
United Stales, where ho tan get mora
lights and mako easier money.
'Iho Milium Hni r Kulerprlsu Is being
held at I lllo for the uiilval of tho
Klnaii, vvhli h took over seven passen
gers who will mako tho trip to San
I'rnnclsco on the Matson boat The
people In question vvero unable to get
accommodations on tho boatB leaving
here fills week and so went to Illlo to
catch the Ilntci prise.
II W Condon, u local saloon man
was lined S7S for helling liquor on
Sunday In thn Dlstrkt Court, this
iiuiriiltit Tliii fiiwn unit iimKiTllli'd llV
Count) Attoinn) John W Cuthcart. I
1051 Fort Street
ST LOUIS, Mo April 3 Tl e
ttrjkc of brewery cmploves has b-cn
ended by a compromise
KANSAS CITY, Mo , April 3 Cot-
nell, the Republican ccndidatc for
I Mayor, has been elected.
r.l MIGHT OF ENGLAND
(Aiioclalttl P. nt Special tobl;
PLYMOUTH. Entr.. April 3. Ad-
iniral Ntville's cruiser squadron sail
ed today fcr the Jnmsstowa Exposi
tion, where it will represent ureal
j - jjj,,,, jn jlc creat naval demonstra-
TO REPORT ON THAW
Hni VrtDI" TT V Airit ft Tim
null u,t,it i. ., 4AJ.,.. w ..w
7haw Lunacy Commission will mako
its report to the court tomorrow.
1 Mi I,!
Ilie liinaillati-AuHiialliiii siiniuiilp
Moiuiii airlvnl tbl inuiniiig fiin the
Coloubs bringing a veiv I.uk' tbiougli
piSbcngfi list but oliiv two fot nils
i (It) She will tall for Vmiiouvu iui 1
Victoria this nfiiiuuoii at G oibxi,
taking ever) passenger she nn mr
'Iho Mounn'B cargo Is a Utile Inruei
than usual but Includes no Australian
mutton, which tins Ik en n rarity lu
I llilu .lu fur viimi, llltln limp ruiHt One
hundred sasi s of apples nreViiiioug the
shipments which tiro lather unusual to
toiuo lien- fium the Colontos. Utitll
the lutt two da.vs, when strum; north
east winds and u chopp) sea worn met,
the weather wn. good on the way up.
books of all sorts loJgcrs,
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