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Monday, Mar. 23 2308
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Wednesday, Mar. 27 23C2
Thursday, Mar 28 232G
Friday, Mar. 20 3274
Average daily circulation 2532
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Tuesday. March 20. 1907 . . 2378
Number of weeklies delivered on
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APltll. J. ltl7
Thi lunIHi.iiii of n Chlncso order
for tun million rifle depends on tlio
nbllit to iihc Hiom nfler ilolhorj in
The Stmiitu "men lu duty ami done
It" on the Promotion Item. Now why
should the Primary law, u dcllntto
promise, be an exLoptlon to tho ltilo?
Should Jhe Territory allow worms
plucked from female, rocks to do their
worst, the 'doctor' who prescribes
nrcon paint for Ills will bo tho uoU
fake to show up
Kotlrnmsnt of .lames J. Kill closes
an epoch In the history of western
railway-building, but unfortunately
does not take the wtiter out of tho
stocks he hus floated
llinolulu business men should be
gin early on plans to giro Hawaii's
freight to the steamship lines that
will provide first chins steamer sun
lit Don't wnlt till it Is time to sign
new carrying conn acta
Now it Is up to lloorexolt to (all
Hnrrlman a liar If the lorrcspomUurn
made public docs not read clearly In
Ilnrrlman's favor. Ami should llnos
cvclt stick to his denial regardless of
tho letters, tho people would still be
llete him ns against llnirlmnn
When tho uiiilliluto foi Prcsliftnt
urgLS ono man to wum' quarter of a
million dollnrs to sweeten the cam
paign, the fiuestloii of how fni funds
thould lullueme polk lei Is' bound to
coma to nn IsBtte If the Landldale for
-"President Is n xerj Independent man.
Tho unanimous Senate is to bu (on
grntulatcd on Its prompt fmoiable
n'ctlou on tho gi (cultural College
appropriation If this hill goes
thiouglt, as it should, thorn will bn
no doubt of what Congress ami tho
Agrlfultuiul Depnitment at Washing
ton will do.
'What docs the Legislature Intend
to do wllh tho request of business
men that tho public iccords of tho
Ten Itmy bn gten bnfo liouslug' It
Is utraordlnai) that dodimcnts of
such Utal xuluo should remain ox-
posed to dUnster, whllo hlstoilcal
data Is Latefully guanled If the ict
ords nro left by n few more Legisla
tures, It will bo too Iato
Hear in mind that It Is Impossible
under rcdcinl law to obtain some
thing for nothing, In the lmmlgiatlon
business Tho loutse for this Terri
tory to pursue Is clear-cut and pint
tlcnl it will be uiclcbs to u y out to
Congress that it luekid tho doms and
left this Teirltoiy with no uenuo of
eecape fiom Oilontal bupromncy
' It Is nn unusual week In Pnsudciri
that thu Pasadena Dally News docs
, Nifnt contain mi interesting and in-
sTructho article on Hawaii written
( byOrnco Hortenbi Tower MIseTow-
i war one of the Southern California
, f rilltorlnliPaity mid for several weeks
was ciiiploji'd on tho Ilnllctln stuff.
It, J'Wi. AH a promotion roiiiuiiuuu oi iiiiu -"i
Tt Htltt.f IA..t,..iir(iRull I
f'jj- '" Vnv"T ?
till MMUKY DAW.
irn " I
tlir tfeitfitr ff Ihr TrrMt$ fcf
tin VitU tlkm thin tnOTNlnff IMKHH!
i. i ,iivr) In the (White It iMwitil-
ii il. ii in Kill th illrt PrlMir) hill
mil vlolnle the iM(r of th Htpahll-1
all party then Ih Htt-lbni lt till'
Ci mm' will wall to IhlMk again
I lure In an qtttwtloM of th attitude
,,f ih, oileon the Primary taw.
iiy what rlfht &m a Majority tit i
iIip itptint -thimffh tho majority
i majority of orb--put It conclusion
iIhiv iliut ut tho people Iiy whom
It w el iwl ant whom Senator are I
Mii.iinl to represent? I
Do the members of the Setlato In)
A n ha !. nn.l lull tlatl'
"i1 to be honaat
anil keep tlielr
promises or not?
That's the only problem each Inclii-1
her ha to aolfp
And as oat-h member answers, as
l.OOithn llepubllrun majority answers, thu
8.00 people will voto at tlio tioit rlcitlon
Don't think for n moment Hint
inmpaiRiiB for a prlmarj law imhI
wIipii purl) rapreaoiilutltOR vlolutc
thrlr Rolcnin plmlRn in tho ppopli'.
HotU'Bl Is llio host pulley.
THAT WALLACH CAMPAIGN.
The Ilnllctln was nt Hint illsposi'il
to rrute tlio publlratlon of tho open
Idler lo the Hiiwallan nice mbllhi'd
In the native Hawaiian pnpera by the
Wnlluch prcss-aKi'lltB. Second thought
Ird to the rnurlualou that n public
Mr v lie Mould ho done lu nixing tho
eudnrs of this paper n hotter under
ytundliig of tho operations of a black
smith trlng lo horniiwoRKlo poor pen
pip with u "medicine" created from
worms plucked from "female melts"
In the desert of Sahnrn or nil) other
plaie us sensible.
Tho tin ties of this onllll ns Indluil-
id b. the detnllH of the lulliii ale he
It cannot be possllilu that the lln-
walluu-Amerlrnn ltl7eus of this Tor-
rltoij can nriept tho ihurgo made hy
this IndUlilual that nothing is being
ilono for tho tinfortunato, when the
Pnlted Stales (hnernment Is spend
ing thousands of dollnrs nnd nlll
spend hundicils of thouimmls on work
pnilleulnrlv and sperllltall) for their
bcuefll anil for humanity.
The whole proposition Is such an
(.iltrngeoiis folte that the prolllgate
i lulms alone should bo millU lent to
(ondimn It In the esteem of thinking
If It wuie not that one step would
lead to n horde of f.iMiH tli-Kiendlng
on Hawaii, the.best n) lo dispose, of
It would bo to ghu tint final U an op-
poitunlty tifhang themseUes b) prov
ing the Inetllcney of their i-hilms.
X DAND CONCERT
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Thu Ila..iilan Hand will gle a
public loncert at Aula Park tonight
at "50 o clock. lollowlng Is the
March- ''Prosit" Kiinoth
OMirlitro: "Murinuilng I'orest" ..
v . Iloulllon
Unlhiil- "llluii SInku Ulluli".. Helms
Solectlon: "llabea In Tojland"..
Vocal" Ameiltau Songs
air Ii) Herger
Selection. "It lliipponeil In Nord-
l.tml ' Heibeit
"Nuuanti." "Walplo" ntd "Wnl-
pitnalau" . . . arr by Herger
Kltuilc "Hcrouln Ceclle" Herger
"Tho Star-Spangleil llanner"
rjnp- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
letin Olflce. t
Heal Estate Dep't,
Lunahlo Sheet . . $30.00
Beretania Street . . $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Beretania Street $10.00
King Sheet $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Nuuanu Avenue $30.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
t , A X mmKtlM.
vrt m -y-.--mtr-"- . ,i .x
Beretania Street $25,00.,
Kinau Street $25.00
Pemacola Street $25.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
uuucx Avenue $ou.uu
School Street $15.00
Pensacola Street $30.00
Manoa Valley $30.00
Cor. Kcwalo & Vilder Ave...$ 50.
Thurston Avenue $100,
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Temperatures G a in , 70, 8 a. in .
7.1; 10 ii. in , ".'.; noon, 7G, morning
ll.ininiclcr, S n m , SO 13; absolute
humlilil). x a. in, Sl'vi grains per
iilblc foot, relative htuuldlt), S n m,
to pel lent, dew ixilut, 8 a in , fill
Wind 1 n m, M'loilt) S, dlli'ttlon
i: : S a. in, eloclt) 7. direction 1! ;
10 it. m, eliiill) 9. dlitctlou N. i: ,
noon, eloiil) 10, direct Ion N. i:
Ilnlnfall during HI hours ended S a.
m , 18 luih
Total wind movement during 21
bonis i nihil nt noon. HUS miles.
W.M. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U. 8. Weather ilurcaii
The Hpcclul fcatine of the social
gathering of Hxtelslor Inlge No 1,
I OO I', last night was thu presen
tation of a token of esteem to K. C
Hy the continued illness of his wife
lliother lloppei has considered It nd
lsabln to llt the mainland for nil
ludellnltii period. Ho will turn his
hand lo farming nt a ranch near, one
owned b) his father. Mr Hopper
will leno Saturday hy thu Korea
Our Semi - Annual
Monday, April I
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
During this sale we want to close
out the balance of last year's silks
in all the popular weaves, and WE
WILL DO IT, TOO. IF LOW PRICES
AND HIGH VALUES MEAN ANY
THING. A FEW OF THE MANY:
50c Striped Wash Silks 25c
75c Figured Silks !..,.. .35c
75c Plain Satins 35c
$1 aml.Jl.25 Fancy Silks 50c
$1 Plain Satins 50c
$1 to $2 Plain and Fancv Silks.. 75c
1'"'"' -" '
1 $1.25 Figured and Plain Silks.. 85c
?2 Black Moire $1.00
WHOLE SALES ARE SALES.
IThe Event of
'.Allans l.'onnnlllee on Renatu Hills 61
1 and 2'i, lelnllng lo ihu stoinge of oil,
Will you be one of the party to',nl"K "at thu bills were cry inueii
enjoy the hospitality of the EVEN-!n,!VY""' r'',,'t;'"B H'i lth bu
tun TittTTfrtxT -.i ..lu n i.- labli'd
!,.oi r,,i !!.,. .t. .,......-!
principal Coast cities this summer?
Mrs. E. T,
WEATHERRED will I
ic responsible for the safe conduct
,, -, . r ' , , xt ,i" " uni in iuu ttmnu. i ins tar-
waii and take the party to the Coast tried ami tho President. nm,niin.,i
and will return with it when thc.K Isen chairman of this committee,
tour has Closed. " House Hill 7t wns taken up. It
There will be receptions, theater ;, 3lI,rne,lcally ho "n", "H
parties nnd balls at the principal ti. (imernor'a and s renin's In
cities. eldeiitals weru passed ns In thu hill ut
The BULLF.TIN'S inie!it will slnn I
cnlv nt the best hotels travel on the
will lL .,1 1..V. . l .t Js,,
best boats and have the best tnp
ever given by any newspaper any-
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1, 1007, and will close at 5 o'clock
p. tn., Tuesday, July 30, 1007. The
linai count will be made Saturday,
August 10, 1907: Winners on the
outside Islands'will be notified by
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CANDIDATES having the highest in
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Survey Item Causes Hot
Debate In Land
3Sth Day Afli moon Session,
The Simile nt Its afternoon sesrloli
look up thu iippniprtatloii hill us It
was pusped h) the lluun'. Among thu
moKt ImiHirtant nets of the uppi r limine
wns the reslonitlon of thu nppioprln-
I Hon for thu Promotion Committee lo
t2i,O0V. The Hoiihu rut to 112,000. Tlio
Item of lo.ooo for n public llhinry was
also ictuimd lo thu bill, It haUtic
I In en defeated In thu House,
Senate Hill !'0, piovldlng that ull
persons in gim'rnmciii employ murt
be illlzens, wns referred to thu Judl
I Ion Kelt renorted for thu Wnvs mid
"" nls" icported erball) on Senalu
mm ; nmi , 71 ,mMllK ,,.
I'"""'Prl.illin for the de.oartmeiilnl use
..hiiVT - ,'1.. - !.0 "" "
III! lUOM'll that the
seiond nailing ns
''0"0 This wus JI0O imiru than fin-
"lprl.. '"I0 "l,"'r hv,m tt,'re l',,l
nR 'ollotts: Election expenses, SI3.000,
..n,,,,,,.. ..,,. ,., ... ,...M ; J.000
The Hun of promotion, which the
House passed ut 112,000, wns taken up
by McCarthy, who mined to put the
Item buck to $25,000, which had orlg
luall) been recommended. II ti sisikr
strenuously lu fnuir of piomotloit,
urgtilng Hint the Terrllor) must ad
vertise the Nitne us n business house
Doused moved to defer uitlon until
more members ero present. Carried
Dowstt moved ni Insert an item of
$10,000 foi it public tliculatlng Ulnar)
The purK)sn wus to attempt to get a
Carneglu donation, which, It wns fnlr-
l) icrlnlu, It would he easy to got
Smith raid this would be or great ben
efit lo the Hawaiian lu ever) district
of tho Islands, Coelho ulso supporlid
Oilier Items pnsstd as follows; Na
tional (luaid, $7210; Incidentals, trins
urer's unite, $501)0; Incidentals, under
Insurance law, $2000," printing tux
books, $2100; Interest public debt.
f J1I.UO0; expenses bonding public of-
llctalH. $5000; bureau or tuxes, $11,200,
us In'the bill, to which wns lidded an
Item, expenses tax commission, $1700",
Hureau of Cone)nuces, $J.",00; Public
Woil.s Department, ger.crul expense,
$91U0, expenses idiots Honolulu, $000;
II Mo, $210; Kuhulul, $500; Honolulu
hurbormuslcr's expenses, $200; ex
penses Honolulu setters. $29,000: Illlo
sowers, $2000; purchase Hags, $300.
Consideration or thu Item of $12,000
for maintenance government property
wns deferred us some members wanted
tho Item segregated. Under thu llim
of $45,000 for landings and wharves
Chllllngvvorth moved to strike out tho
$20,C00 for tho Illlo wharf, which wns
Hawaii's portion, on tho grounds that
It was useless. Coelho raid that cer
tain patties In Illlo were Interested in
the Illlo inllroad wharf, whllo tho
government whaif should bo repaired
so us to givu tho government u chancy
to get vvharfiige. Woods moved to
make the Item $30,000. He wanted tho
whaifngo nt Illlo to go to thu gov
ernment Instead of lo a prlvato cor
poration us was the taso In Honolulu,
fc'mlth said that before thu breakwater
was built It wus still u matter of doubt
where the wharf at Illlo should he,
Therefore It would bo Inudvlsablo lo
tpeud much mono) on tho wharf now.
He moved that tho Item puss at $15,
000 for ull thu Islands us In tho bill.
Woods said It was hy no means ler
laln jet that thu Illlo breakwater up.
pioprluttoii would he spent. llii)selden
said that If Hawaii wanted the wharf
It hud better have tho Hem segregated.
Ho limited the Instance of the $200,000
nppioprlntloii for vvuter works geneinl
made by the 1U05 legislature, of which
prai tli ally nil hud been spent on
Oahu; mobt of It on tho Nuuanu dam.
Dow sett moved to defer. McCarthy
Quoted figures to show that tho Hono
lulu wharves brought great revenue.
and should therefore be In good slupo
u tnc) Biiouid continue to pay. Ac,.
Hon wns finally deferred. The same
was clone with the Hem of rent for tho
kerosene warehouse. Chllllngvvorth
made u hot fight against this Hem. Ho
did not bee why the government should
rent hind to help out u proposition like
tho Hlshop Estate trust, when It hud
plenty of laud of Its own.
Coelho fought tho $12,000 ror exten
sion ot Honolulu sewers Ho did not
bee why tho other Islands should pay
tor that. Smith said there would bo
danger of epidemics, which would bo
danguiotu to all tho islands. If tho
sewer s)steni wero not extended. Thu
Clilllliigworth moved to Insert $1500
lor the puichnso of hclaus. He said
this matter was ono of great Interest
to tho Ilawallans, who wished to pre
set vn tho things pci mining to their
Cld'slncwoith moved to Insert $72C0
I for Kuplulaul l'ail; for hlsloilcul itn-
Coelho objected on thu grounds Hint
Ihu park wns ti county mutter. Me
Caithy said tho county spent $700 a
montlt,on thu pirlc The other Island
residents aluajs visited It when they
were In town. Drown said Illlo was
maintaining Its o.vn park, Chilling
vvoith.sald lkcltlc) did It. Drown
annuel ed that thu Count)' of Hawaii
maintained It, Dovvsett said that the
County of Oahu hits spent $18,000 foi
u pink addition, which hail been pine-
iroyaL Hawaiian hot
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Meals served American or European plan,
H. DEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrhal ofAlameda occurring every three weeks.
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
602 904 NUUANU STREET.
llcall) tumid ovir lo the Tcrrltoi)
Therefore the olhei Island mimlnrs
Should not be too mean Thu rote
Klood 7 to i ;tl(d vvju loll
Under thu Water Winks lluiiiiu a
p"llttou was Liken up fiom Pllekuuil,
Moloknl, asking for $100 for n landing
and derrick. This Item was Intertcd
The sum of JS.1,1 10 wus passed for run
ning expenses nnd extension of this
department In other places, ns In tho
bill Coelho moved lo Insert $10,000 fur
J Wiilluku extension lml Smith
moved to make It $1in0. Piisred. liny
sCldeii mm id to give Uihullia tiiVM.
Passed Make kail linked for $2000 fur
Waluien, Hawaii, PiihsiiI After tills
thu Item of $"0uu for general expenses
iif thu total of the dcpnrtiuiiit wns ml
'low n to SIOS'J.
Thu Hem of $37,050 i.iinn no for 111-
itdentnls nnd general expenses of thu
Hoard of Agriculture ami roieslr)
Deterred Coelho moved to Insert
$S0UI lo fight gluts and forest tins.
Amended lo $5000 nud tarried.
i ne sum oi ismiu'wiis voieii ror itiu
html olllin lui Idcutnls. Thu Hem of
$53,200 wns defence! on motion by
Clilllliigworth. Hu snid thu depart
ment had been sun e) lug for 10 )enrs
and had nothing much to show for It
It should surve) ull the kind luslind
or taking Junketing trips like thu one
to Kupan Hewitt said lots or thu
work had been done for thu 1-nnd l)e
p.iltmcnt Thu matter should bu III'
Smith said thu surve) wus a most
ImiKirtant mallei. On It depended tho
opening or laud during thu touting
l we nun nn examine oi now anxious
lite lanu nunc is to open lands," bald
"Wo nru here to teo that tho work
or tho oflliu Is carried out properly,"
uihl Clilllliigworth I favor thu open
ing of public landa, but not ror Molo
l.ins, who then abandon thc,m, for the
benefit ot certain plantations, and l
won't stand for It."
Dovvsett sulci thu Territory il'cl not
have enough inline) Where wns tho
noncy lo iiiini) from.
Hewitt moved lo refer tho matter to
tho ljuids Committee for luvestlgi
Hon. Out or order.
Smith said tho public lauds mifyylr)
opened. It wns one of the most Im
Clilllliigworth bald that tho Te-il-tin)
was continually opening l.i'ids,
but the Hlshop Hstute was hanging on
to lis thousands or acres or laud
Smith said hu was a ti listen or th9
estate, and could s.i) that it had
opened lurgu tracts.
litem n moved to m.iltu It $25,000.
LTho motion to defer carried,
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