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KVKN'INH IIUI.l.BflN. IHMljI.lM.U, T. tl PUIDAV. M'ttlU fi. 1807.
Published llviry Dnjr K-crpI Hiinil ly
III 1- Kill!, iwn 1 1' ill. ) II 1 II
r II l Hi.
DULLETIN PUOLI8HINO CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. rARRINQTON Editor
Kntrreil at tin- roMnfllro at Ilono
lulu as ec I'liiul iIusk m.ittoi
Payable In Advance.
J' r inontli unvvvliero In U S..$ .75'
Per qiurtci, nnvvvlicre In U. 8.. 2.00
l't-r car nil) where In U S .. S.00
I'er )enr, postpaid, foreign.... 11.00
Mix months $ .CO
Per )ent, nntthero In U. S.... 1.00
I'er ear ostpnlil foreign 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Fint Judicial Circuit.)
C. Q HOCKUS. Husluess Manager
cf tho llullrtln Publishing Comuny,
Limited, being first duly nvvorn, on
PRth depose and says: That tho fol
.owing 1 a true and correct state
ment of the circulation for tho vves't
ending rrttl.x). Mnrch 29lh, 1007, of
tl-3 Dill) anil Weekly Editions of tliu
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Satunlay, Mar. 23 2012
Monday, Mar. 25 2303
Tuesday, Mar 20 2211
Wednesday, Mar. 27 2362
Thursday, Mar. 23 2320
Friday, Mar. 29 3274
Average daily circulation . . 2532
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tuesday, March 23, 1007 . . . 2578
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. . .1118
Combined guaranteed average
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fore me this oOth day of
SEAL March, Anno Domini,
P. II. llUItNETTn,
Votnry Public, rin.t Judicial Circuit
APK1L .". 1937.
What fuolH tm mp mortals lie"
So tho Senators are of the opinion
that tho Tonluirv (annnt .iffoid to
cpen-1 mone) for piomotlon Docm
that mean the feudal-baron theor.v li
to prevail throughout
1'us.icngers of the Ohio describe 1
liieli return trip b) the word plll
l.ia Hut they bad to leave Hawaii
to find weather to give them an tin
dcrst inillng of what tho term means.
Appropriation for tho construction
of a buildlngfor public records Is an
nppr iprlntlon that should mct no to
iloua opposition Destruction of the
lecords would mean a frightful loss
to pcrboiia with small holdings.
The House ilnmoiistrated a good
tli.ii n of wisdom along tortaln lines
when it passed the teachers' pouulo.i
bill To have put It through unani
mously would have raised the pei
icut.igo now credited to the House.
A little moro speed in the prep.il
ntlons for the Congressional part)
would go far toward convincing the
public that tho anlvnl of the nota
bles will find the lommunity with .1
chemo working satisfactorily In ev
Congressional vlxltoix will remind
Hawaii that the I'cderal (loveinment
has given 50,000 a ear and ,i
trained scientist. Will tho represen
tatives of the Tcrrltoijj bo proud lo
ndvatico promptly to the front with
tho Wallach record?
THE FEMALE ROCK FOLLY.
Tho exhibition mado by the Houss
of Representatives In dealing with
the Iciualo-rock urtlst comes vorj
Uose to putting to shame nil) thing
produced b) nnd mado famous tho
to-called !ad)-dog Leglslatuio
Thoro aro souio Hawaiian incni
bors who nro genuine In thcli belief
that tho man, who admitted the fako
of his formulas, can do as he claims.
It Is possible to respect a bcllovor
It Is dlllUutl, howovoi, for this p.i
pci to class llioso who, convinced of
the folly Lommlttcd. novertheloss vo
ted with the niajorlt) because the
What sort of character aro wo
imlldlug In Hawaii, If representative
moil line a proposition which tho)
know' Is wrong, and knuckle under
with their vfito becnuso It might bo
political suicide' to. do nthcivvlso?
Do Mi:.' cringe and dcEcrt thu
Kill 1 IT for tear of I lie hoots of a
A (ombiiintlon of Ileal st, Haul-
man, nnd Hocliofollc r Is the best In
' tho vvoild to (ouvltice I ho people of
tho Hulled Males that limy must.
(onllntio Hoosovelt In the I'lesldcu
llnl chair to complete the light
mrnlnsr tho nowcrs that nrov.
1fAvHnirfir"fn ItoilrVcllcr and
Hc.trnt. ImJIeaiat. 'JTUli combination,
i. r.ri.r' ... ,.j ...r.s.. ... ;.
U JiWIlup?. IVM .i"Ki'i "Uli.1 H
trems rHiIlmte flu mini oligarchs
11 n (I follower of. tho red iIhr against
the sober miio of tin' country.
o doubt Hearst will iRormmly
inm that' ho lias over thought or
mull lew rntililct(Hl n deal with
thp f ither of all oppressive Trusts
If lie can nrovn t, well and Rood
If not tho Amcrlcnn ticoplo ore
listed for one or the most Interesting
i-cwcom botvvceii a strenuous l'rcsl
i dent and powerful flnnnec, tltut the
country litis over Known
A Seattle man hag laid out a war I
K-lxMiie for 1909 by which Uncle
Rum will be wiped out of existence
b) Client Urltaiu and Jnp-in, nnd the I
while population of tho Pacific Count,
ledurcd to 1100 by 1930 This can
nevei happen while llnoecvclt fami
lies win prlxe-spoons
( M X A 5t K K H . X A Ji ;i X X 3f t
HONOLULU WEATHER X
K X KV K 3f )C K X V V 5( X Jt K J Jf K
Prlda), April C
Temperatures C a in . 70, S a in .
71;. 10 u m, 75, noon, 77, morning
Ilnmmctor, S a in . Z0 IS; absolute
humidity, S a in , R 511 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, S a. in,
f 1 per cent, dew point. 8 n. in , CO
Wind C a in., velocity 9, direction
N 12 ; 8 a in., velocity 9, direction N
R: 10 a in. veloilt) 11, dliectlon N.
13 ; noon, velocity 13, direction N 11.
Italnfall during 21 hours ended $ a
in , truce
Total wind movement during 21
houru ended at noon, .172 miles
W.M U STOCKMAN.
Section Director V S Weather ilureau
I. (! Kellogg, the pineapple mag
naie, n mined in the Alameda this
noon from an extensive trip to the
mainland, during which he visited
near!) nil the iirlntlp.il cities of tho
' There Is such n demand for Ha
waiian pineapples that we can caslh
fell all we will raise for the next ten
venrs," raid Kellogg. "I could slim
out nnd sell an entire ) ear's crop In n
month. 1 made tome contracts for
bale, .nut no exclusive ones
"I nlso worked on the flnnnrlng of
the Hawaiian Ollke Special!) Co. I
mi) run It as a company or as m)
own private business. It Is a good
thing, and I have obtained a large
number of valuable ngenclcs"
HI. COM Bid
Dr I, 12 Cofer arrived this after
noon mi the Alupicdn and looks to be
In the best o. Inn. til When asked
abon' the condition nt Teluiaiitepco
he Mated that theie was no fault to
be found at pioon but that precnu
tloiiH would iii-tt-rtliclcss be taken that
io .ellow tcver ml?ht come to Hono
lulu a mm I
HI PEOPLE HEtt
The Kteiimcr Alameda arrived nt her
doi K this afternoon at I 15, bringing
a hugi- passenger list In which there
wcie man) prominent puinlc Dl. Cof
cr. of tho V S ilatlne Hospital her
vice, lettirncd from bin trip to thu
IlaHt, coming b) vvii) of Tehmiulcpcc
Copt Saunders of the Manchuria and
dipt Metcalfe, who saved tho big lin
er from destruction, aro on board
Dent Robert, editor of the San Krau
tUeo r.xamlner, nccompniiled b) Mrs.
Robert, and I G Kellogg, who lias
been on a trip torough tho States look
ing up the buslnesn for the pineapple
lndiislr) are alw nrilvals by tho
rjy"For Rent'' cards on salo at
the Bulletin office.
Iihiiihmhi i in mix lf
Real Estale Dep't,
Lunalilo Street $30.00
Jicretania Street $40.00
Aloha lane $18.00
Eretania Street $16.00
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Nuuanu Avenue . ; $30.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Eerctania Street $25.00
Kinau Street $25.00
Fensacola Street $25,00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Gulick Avenue $35.00
School Street $15.00
Fcimcola Street $30.00
Kanoa Valley $30.00
Cor. Kcwalo & Wilder Ave...$ SO,
Thurston Avenue $100,
" ' V WSWS
J Hanrt , Walerboue Tfust'Co,, Ltd,,
IvflliCqrner Fort an-J Merchant Sti.
A GENEROUS BEAR
When the great enrthqunko and re
sultant conllngratlon just n )car
r.go wrought such havoc In S.m l'ran
Cisco, tho stricken people turned with
cnipt) hands to the fire Insurance
compnnles for relief, confidently ex
pecting Hint In their hour of need the
piotcctlon for which they had been
patiently pa) lug through tho pros
perous years would bo promptly
forthcoming. Hut, alnst disappoint
metn followed disaster! The compa
nies In ninny enses wcro unequal to
tho occosleui, nnd In many others un
willing to lunko good. Compromise
nnd repudiation wcro tho order of
the day. At this crisis, prompted by
I. rare sense of falncss nnd a com
incndablo appreciation of obligation,
ono company rose In its great
strength mid distributed ,5S5,21
11.1 amongst Its pollc) holders, pa) lug
their claims In full, asking no favors
and exacting no discounts And this
fair and generous action at onco
placed Tho California Insurance Co
of Stn I'm nc I sto nt the very head nt
the list of popular nnd trustworthy
companies doing business In Califor
nia Tills company now has nn agen'
cy in Honolulu in tho onlce of Trent
& Co, nt 91fi Tort Street It Is pop
ular!) known as "Tho Company That
Pa) 8 "
Exempts From Taxation
The railroad bill as passed b) the
Senate, was consldeiabl) amended In
the House this morning, tho amend
ments being offered b) Kcpicscntntlve
Itlco lllce explains that his amend
ments aro Intended to prevent railroads
getting exemption fiom taxes on nil
sorts of property the) might ncqulte,
and to exempt otil) property actually
used In tho operation of the rallioad.
Ah amended, tho bill rends us follows
Section 1. l'or tho term of leu
years from und uftcr tho 1st day of
Jniiuar)' 190S, all of the property, botli
real and pciMinnl of nil) person, com
pany or corporation actually and solely
used In tlie wot kings nnd opcrulloim
of a railroad which shnll bo con
st iiicted within llvo )carx from Jan,
1st, OS mid which railroad such per
son, company or corporation shall cat
r) on exclusively In tho business of n
common carrier shall bo exempt from
all property taxes both territorial unl
count); I'lovtdcd, such railroad fchnll
be not less than llvo continuous miles
In length and shall bo in good running
order nnd condition mid approved by
the Superintendent of Public Works.
Section Z. The exemption ciintnlncd
In Section 1 of this Act uuall extend
not only In new inllroads but albo to
cvor) new branch or extension of any
Section 3. 'I Ills Act shall take effect
on December :iUt. 1907.
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38th Day Pore-noon Session.
Tlio House this morning got through
u huge amount of business during the
two hours Jt wbb In session. Tho work
was largely routine, though one or two
important nunsurci were considered
'I lie most Important nctlon taken vvat
tho passage of the ,blll providing for
a pension fund for retired tcacUcra.
This measure, when It was first pro
pored, met with considerable opposi
tion, and 1ing, who was back of It,
exp-esscd tome fenrs na to Its final
passage. Iltit when It ramo up on thltd
leading this morning, it went through
with llttlo opposition.
Tho municipal bill ramo down from
the Senate and was read for thu Hut
Mine without cIIfciissIoii
I'KXHION IIIMj PASSIM.
The teachers' pension fund measure,
House MM 11G, vvns tho first tiling to
hlnrtlo the Ilotirc out of the silence ot
leacllon resulting from its Wallach
org) or last night. Homo of the inciii
hers who hud voted for the Wallach
rcrolutlon were glad to hnvo miiiic
thlng chu to think or. Hheldon moved
that the pension bill bo Indefinitely
postponed It was significant that a
number ot the mcmbciH avoided voting
on the bill b) nbceiitlng theinsclvtM,
The bill passed by a voto of IS to S.
TO PAY CI AIMS
The Committee of thn Whole imido
Its favorable report on Uouso Dill 101,
an rt making special appropriation
for the iibe of tho grfv eminent or the
Territory of Hawaii to pa)' claims In
curred prior to and Inclusive of the
thirtieth da) of June, A. 1). 1903. The
total appropriation Is $1 1.375.71.
Action on House 1)111 1M, for the
paviiicnt of tho claims or the Hnvvall
police prior to 1903 was dcrerrcd uvvnll
tug committee a report.
On motion of Naknhkn, House Dill
1CI was deferred until next Tuesday
II 1 1: RAILROAD 1III.I-.
Sheldon wanted lo defer nctlon on
Pennlo Dill SI, tho railroad bill. Itlcu
objected stating that tho hill Is an Im
portant one anil the people on Hawaii
and Kauai arc anxious to hnvo It
pasted at once
Sheldon explained that he was not
oypoied to the measure but wanted to
oefer nctlon until Monday, as he undcr
rtood there Is another bill of the same
pattiro In tho Scmito which goes fur
ther In Its provisions. The motion to
defer nctlon vvns lost.
Hlie offered an amendment which
Knlelopii said he couldn't undei stand
lllce said the amendment exempted
only the property of n railroad actual
ly used In the operation ot n railroad.
"Wo don't want." ho said, "to exempt
ever) thing a railroad owns. I want
to protect the (axp.i)ern or the Terrl
tor) . Under the jirov Islons or the orig
inal bill a railroad could buy up land
ings nnd land nnd hnvu them exempt
ed from taxation."
The nmcudmcut was adopted.
After some rurt'icr discussion the bill
was deferred until .Monday to allow of
Its being printed in tho amended form.
The Health nnd I'ollco 'Committee
reixirted on Senate Hill 78, relating to
furious ami heedless driving or riding
recommending Rg pnssngc. Adopted.
The saiiio committee reported on
Cone)'? I louse Hill 183. nn Act to pre
vent the captain and destruction of
birds ferao nnturuo within tho Judicial
dlstih t or Honolulu and on or over the
Hca waters Ixiidcrlng thereon for a dls
Uineo or three miles rrom tho shore
line The commltteo recommended tho
passago of tho bill, stating that It is
liaincd to prevent the total annlhlh.
tlon or the game birds pceullur to thesa
islands. Adopted. '
Tho Health Committee also reported
on Communication 21. i elating to the
pay or certain police olllccrs on Ha
waii, leeomniendiug that it bo tabled
to bo (oiiHldcrcd with House Dill U'C,
covering Hie tamo subject. Ileport
'IOU MUCH .MOKCIOOSi:.
QiiIiiii Introduced a bill lo encourage
the exjeimlnntlou or mongoose, pro
viding ror tho p.!) incut ot a bount) of
10 cents ner mongoose, Paused (list
WANT A 11AISB.
Kulelopn presented a Petition from
tho iiuifcs and gunids or tho Oahii In
iiino us)Ium, nsklng that their salaries
bo i .lined fiom 35 nnd $10 a" month re
spectively to 50. Hcfcrred to the Po
Tho Senato returned Uouso Dill 10.',
relating to grand mid trial Juioih.
which hud iiasbed tho uppor house with
amendments. Rawlins moved tho
Uouso do not louciir. stntlng that tho
bill lis amended by the, Seuato would
lie lu o.nlllct with another bill now lu
the hands of thn Governor. Tho mo
tion iinrlcd and Rawlins. Akuu and
Cono) were upjxilntul as u conference,
House Illll 148, establishing a filing
feo for filing exhibits of cnrpotatlons,
was also returned much amended. On
motion or Rlen tho Hoiihe lofubed to
concur. A taufcrenio committee ton
blstlng or Rice, Hughes und Nnkuleka
Semite Illll U. providing ror tho In
coiporutlon or tho city and county of
Honolulu, came to the House rrom tho
Sennto and passed first reading In
Third rending or Houiu Illll 12C, ap
propriating money for tho naviueiit
of the claims of Haw nil pollc o for Iho
lime they served under tho Count)
Act Hint was knocked out was ic
suiiicd, thn committee's leport being
jenny Alter some additions tho bill
passed third reading
Thn following hills passed heioinl
llouso Illll 179, minting to tho ox
pinidltuio ot public nione)tf. , Refericd
to I'liutuce Couuultlco.
Uouso mil ISO, providing for the
wile, lease or other disposition of ccr
Inlu ptopcrty in tho Toiiltory. Rn-
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doqrs on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan,
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00. '
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEVS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST -'PRODUCTION
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
602 904 NUUANU 8TREET.
lslrnr or Convoaticc;. Referred lo
Senate Illll 82, providing for n vice
president of the Himrd or Health. Rj-
rcrrcil to Health Committee.
Hcnato Illll SI. providing ror a col
lege or agriculture.
Castro Introduced a bill to'ilcrtnc the
power nnd duties of tho Superintendent
of Immigration According to the
terms or tho hill, his dutlcti shall be'
To ndopt measures to protnoto Im
migration fiom tho mainland nnd
abroad, disseminating for such purpiue
Information relative to the advantages
ot soil, climate, natural resources nnd
InilustrlcB of the Territory, and to en
deavor to secure low rates ot trausjior
latlon b) urging tho cooperation of
steamship lines, railroads, etc ;
To assist those who come to tho Ter
ritory seeking homcii and employ
ment, und thnxc Immigrants who iun
hereafter be Induced to come, to ac
quire nnd settle iiisin such government
lands as ma) be opened for settlement,
To endeavor to secure the adoption
or an ngrlculturnl lxillcy hnvlng ror It
object the obtaining or a pcimnuent
laboring population, and to collect and
compile nil reliable data and Infoi mil
lion concerning the subject or labor
In the Territory.
(Continued from Ptcje 1.1
131, Population of County (us per
Thriim'H Annual, 1900, p, 18, being
olllchil census of United Hlntes fori
.vcar 1900), r.R.COl If ono llccnso1
for every -000 head (or fraction) I
rumber would bo 30 Ilccnbcs; ir ono
llccnso for every 1500 head (or frac
tion) number would .bo 40 licenses!
If one license for every 1000 head (or
fraction) number would be ff li
County of Hawaii There now ex
ist licenses of the second Uass, 1, li
censes of tho third class, T; licenses
cf tho fourth claim, 20; licenses of
the fifth clubs, 31; total, fi3. Popu
lation or County, 10,813. ir one li
cense ror every 2000 (or fraction)
thero would ho 21; li ono IIiciiko for
every luUOnr f met Ion) thero would
he 32; If ouo llcento for every 1000
for fine tlon) theie would bo I".
County of Mnul Thcio now- exist
llrcnscH of tho seiond class, 1; third
(hiss, r, ; fouith (lass, 13; 11 (til class,
21; total, 10 Population or County,
27,.'0, ir ono llccnso ror eveiy 2000
(or fraction) theio would bov II for
every lfioo (or rim Hon) thero would
ho 11, for ever) IflOd (or fraction)
thoio would bo 28,
County of Kmuil Thoio now exist
licenses of tho thlid class. 7; fouith
class, 11; fifth cluss, 10; total, 31.
It ono license to every 2000 (or frac
tion) thero would bo 11; If nnu li
cense to every lliOn (or n action)
there would bo 14; If one license to
every 1000 (or dactloiu ther? would
costs hut a' very little moic I
man you uscn io pay lor plat
cdwarc, but it will last a
We have") lafgc stock of
all the late patterns,
NEW YORK PRICES
IN FINE WINE8 & LIQUORS.
PHONE MAIN 308.
The Dect Chronograph for the mon
ey In the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT ST.
Be Meal Department
OPENS AT G:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 v. in.
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may he arranged.
We have marked our Puncs and
Poeketbooks .and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
We have c nlco line to select from,
CREPE PAPER, all shades. ,
'SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOY3 for nlrthday gifts always on
A Fins Line of PICTURES.
The Place To Go For These Things.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KING ST.
Heading Hat and
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Wc clean all kinds of hats, Clothes
cleaned, dyed and repaired. Goods
called for and dcliveicd, 1154 Fort
St. opp. Convent, Phone Main 403.
Felix Tuiro, prep.; J. E. Gumls, mgr.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
125C TORT ST. noar ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAlrt 117.
At AH Waichdealero.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
The Weekly Edition of tho
Bulletin gives a complete sum
vno news of me a ay.
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