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jjOne Vote For
,U W EycNINa.puLUCTIN
J Vl'?Jcn,aAV'A'G5 T0UR- K
J SATURDAY, APRIL 6. 1907. V,
i Thl vote it good until
April 28. 1007. SI
Ml IEINK HDUKI KKUIK USE THE HUEIH
Vot, IV No. 3660
.i H SV1 of Im'"1B"ition at It session yesterday outlined its policy
,n "e..fo,lowinB resolution presented to the legislature today:
whereas, the Board of Immigration has received information of a rul
ing of the Attorney-General of the United States, based on the amend
merits to the Immigration Lawn of the United States which take effect Ju
ly 1, 1007, that is unfavorable to a continuation of the emigration of Eu
lopeans to Hawaii as at present conducted; and
Whereas, under said decision of the Attorney General it will be im
possible after said first day of July for this Board to solicit subscriptions
fiom private interests to carry on immigration, and an anpropriation
would have to be sought from the Legislature for said purpose, which ap
propriation, under the present financial conditions of the Territorial Oov
eminent, would have to be made up by a special tax, or nn increase of
pioperty or income taxes; and
Whereas, the Board of Immigration, since December, 1000, has ob
tained one shipment of Portuguese immigrants, and has contracted for
Iwo others, one of which is due to arrive at the end of April, nnd the oth
cr in the month of June; nnd
Whereas, the expense of the" Immigration thus far conducted has
$30O0R0roO0' and Stf U'e lhrCC shiploads being approximately
Whereas, a large number of Portuguese residents of Hawaii have re
cently departed for the Pacific Coast, where they are attracted by offeis
of employment at wages much higher than can be paid by the planta
lions, and information has been received by the Board that manv other
Portuguese are considering the same action, and a large number" are ex
pected to depart by the next Alameda; and
3lli Day Forenoon Sebslon
Tliu Senate thin morning killed Mil
kcktiu's graduated Income tux It 1 1 1,
"gainst tliu piotests of this rather of
tliu mensurc. Mukekatt tried to por
Hiintio the Senate Hint although the
irp'jintloiiH wuuhl pnilmlily ut first
object to tliu pussngu of n mcasuia
which Imposed u tax nf -I per cent, on
their Incomes, they would In tlmo
omo to Imilc upon those who passed
kiteh n meusjiro iih lljolr, frlcnda nnd
hcnefaUor.s nnd would thnnk them
for the action.
The plantations arc Rotting In n
bad wny for laborets, he argued, nnd
Immlgiiitlon of Kuropeun settlors Is
tliu only tlihiB thnt rim pull them out
of the hole. Hut It him been ruled
that Immigrants can he assisted only
hy legislative appropriation, nnd u
there Is no money iivnlluliln for sueh
purposes, it will lie necessary to inlso
it by additional taxation.
(Continued on Page 2)
titrml Outtn IvrSIrn
MADE IN MtWJTORK
THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
n -fr fry fi 4tti- Tt1t f'eHtfri I rtffljj MrtlXsVsWM IniLiii lfAtnlL,i1uitiM&i!i$.VttlAit,fiTl ii, i
Aorangi Brings Bridal
Couple Back To
The Canndlan-AiiKtrnllnn steamer
Aorangi nrrlved from Victoria mid
Yiiniimvor jestcrday. hrlnglug down
n good passenger list mid IT. tons ot
freight for this city. 8hn ult.ii has u
cargo of lCOO tons or rrclght'for Am
tialla and New Zealand ports.
,inong the passengers to mrlve on
the Aorangi mo Mr. and Mrs. James
Corkliurn. Mr. Coekhiirn inadu tint
tilp up on tio Aorangi nnd Inoitght
hack ills hrldc. Ho Is no longer n
nifiiiooi- of the Scottish Ilachelois'
Tho Aorangi left for the Colonlei
nt 2'3(), carrying six pat.seugcin from
this city nnd a largu amount of mall
which had heen brought hero hy tho
(Continued on Page 2)
CHOICE ONES to Mainland points,
at low rates. Leave your ordere at
F A R O O
The Value Of
In no line of business is the buyer's
confidence of more importance than
in the selling of clothing.
The dealer who attempts to con
vince the buyer that his goods are the
best, and that his place is the place
where the best could be obtained,
must see that the facts conform to
his statements, and that his goods are
in every way up to the standard. He
had better never try to sell to a man
than to mislead him or to exaggerate;
for the customer will quickly discov
er such practice of misrepresenting
There is never danger of a protest
and always a certainty of full value
received when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL,
J3JGKS-HONOLULU, rKKKITOKY OP HAWAII. .SATURDAY. APRIL 6. J907-12
Whereas, the primary object and purpose for which the Board of Im
migration was created is to secure immigrants who will become a perma
nent laboring .population, nnd to promote the settlement of such imini
grants. Therefore be it Besolvcd, by the Board of Immigration :
That if possible the emigration of the Portuguese and other white la
borers to the Pacifio Coast be stopped and to this end that the following
measures be ndoptcd:
let Tl HWrA nnnH 4l.A Hl.HUi!.. 41 i .11 T) 1 ..1
t - v mb- i'" u.c luuuiatiuiis mm un j.unugucic nnu oincr
white lnhnrrns hc nfTirr,l flm tirii,ilnA nf ,.i.Mi.iei( .... .!.,.....:..,. ....:-
, - -" "-- ..v iiwiuvv m 'Ui.i.tiaiiiK ui UUKIWI3C MtllUU
ing homes and small areas of tillable land upon the plantations and
such otlicr inducements as will prevail upon them to remain in the Terri
2nd -To urge upon the Government thnt available nnd suitable Gov
ernment lands be immediately opened fcr settlement in small parcels, and
IlOT tllA anmn lin f(?nArl .n 1)AKtiii.lii. a.1 1.. ...1 ...III I! il
... ..... ...., uv u.tiiiu iu luiiuutai; turn uiucra WIIU will live llicrcon
in areas sufficient to support the settler and his family, and upon the best
find most rpflSnnnhlfi tlrne thn am nftvmiftcil.ln
....... ...... .v r........u.,
Be it further Resolved, That nc appropriation be sought from the
present Legislature of the Tcrritorv of Hawaii for the purpose of carry
ing on immigration, and that every effort be mado to secure the con
tinuance of immigration on the same terms and by the same method as
Be it further Resolved, That a copy of this resolution be transmitted
to the Governor of the Territory, the President of the Senntc, and the
Speaker of the House.
And Pauoa Springs Are
Before House For
SlUJi Day Port'iioou Session,
The House pasked the Honolulu Mu
nicipal hill on second reading without
n murmur Ihltt fm.ntimt ..ml t ,h
popular branch of the U-glslaturu holds
iu inu iuiiiiu Kiiicy inu mil will ery
soon he up to the (jorernor. The inem
hers also had a foretaste of things to
como when a inemher liitioduced n
loan appropriation icsolve calling for
uie Muicnase oi inu rauoa spilngs nt
Munv litcvmnlc.iru ..r ,t.n llitnu,.
availed themselves of tho opiMirtunlty
in going co i.nn.u nun in tousequenco
there were many vacant heats when
the session opened this morning.
Those present besides the Speaker,
were lte.iiiesentatlretf Castro, Kalco,
Keoull, Muhoe, Walwnlole, Kiiluma,
Joseph, Knliaua, Hughes, Long, Ku
Innn, l'aoo, lA'lelwl, Hlce, Coney and
Senato Clerk Savldgo forwarded to
the llnllHn the III lirllml fmiritrrftit (p..
oliitlon, anklug Cougiess to Increase
inu Bupicme uouri nieniuersnip 10 live.
I'or the Inforiuatlon of tho House,
Hughes told tho membere that Dam
i:.pert Schuyler had arrived on tliu
Ahmied.a. Tho House committee hnd
met him and tho papers peitalulng to
the couatiuctloii of Nuiinuii ilnni had
been given him
Clerk Savldgn Informed tho House
(Continued on Page 3)
Don't Live In
The strain is ton pi-wit. Tu-Tt
is no peace of mind for the person
who leaves his precious documents
nnd Vfllnnhlpg mirriinrrlivl Trp U
constantly liable to the shock of sud
den and complete loss not a pleas
ant feeling. For robbers and fires
come as unexpectedly as earthquakes
and are as merciless.
Rent one of our safe deposit box
es for 50c a month. This places you
on Easy Street.
Fori St. Hcnolul"
The Bulletin has been informed
that the impression prevails that the
Bulletin Pacifio States Tour will be
taken up largely by wealthy young
ladies and social leaders.
Now there is where vnn nr urnni.
if you have an idea that wealth is
10 monopolize tins proposition.
Everybody is equal.
The L'irl thnt hint! tn ni. ;
the young lady who will be sure of
tcing among me lavoicu "Lucky Six"
to make the tnur nf th Poniflr. rv
and there is none better able to hus
tle than the young lady who works
for a living.
From nresent imlirntinna tho K.I.
will include the best young ladies of
i no ismnus ana we an Know that on
none of the Islands does a young wo
man take a back seat because she
works. Every day that passes proves
the wide interest taken in tho mnt
and the enthusiasm nf vnrlnm sec
tions of the Territory to be represent
ed. This morning Judge Mahaulu of
Waialua came to town and made the
announcement that Waialua will
have a candidate. He does not say
who it will be, but it is certain that
there are few more active and popu
lar men than Judge Mahaulu of Wai
alua. and if he nicks nut a ilesprvino
0UIie Woman She will lmve n utrnnir
A lot of votes came down from Hilo
by the mnil today, and Maui has made
mOVCS that show thnt Tulnnil nf nrt.
ty young ladies to be well abused
...... u.i.uiiiuvu tu jiuvu iuiucacum-
It will be a treat nrnmniinn irin
for the Hawaiian Islands. It will be
a splendid trip for the Lucky Six in
charge of Mrs. Wcatherrcd.
l'p to IMG when tho llullctln went
to pi ess, tho Oceanic steamship Ven
tura, now two (In)' overdue from
Australia, hud not been sighted. Sho
Iwh probably met with rough weather
which has hold her back. No anxiety
v hatever Is felt for her, ub It was
hardly expected that bho would bo
on tlmo. Under thn piesent clrciim
KiuncoH it Is unlll.ely that hlie will
le.iv for tho Coast befoio early to
moriow afternoon nt tho best.
Tlrst I'lirlshtniier "I couldn't get to
chinch llils morning; how was the ser
mon?" See 1 l'uilhlilnner "Diy, Ihu
pastor pleached, on tenipeiiiuce.
VENTURA IT SIGHTED
A I Maim
The effoit to oust Sam Johnson out
of one of his Jobs anil cut down the
amount of mihllc llionev In. mm- re.
celvi'B lias ralleii Hat, unless his up
IMineiitH In the lglslatuie can muster
enough votes to override the Cover
lior'H veto ot House Jllll 123 This bill
tiroVldes that nil llel'Kfin mat 1ml, I Ittn
utllces lit the Riitnn tlmn ntul wnu pinnt-.
ly nlnied at the itoad Supervisor
ine novel nor sent to tho legislature
two messages this lornliig, In which
1)0 stated thnt In. una mindl.. I,, nn.
prove of two bills. Following Is till
text or tho vetoes:
WOULD ItllSTItiCT AND HA.MIT.tt.
Hetewlth I return llousu Hill No.
J23, entitled. "An Act to amend Sec
tion is of Chapter 7 of Act .7.1 of tho
Session Ijiwb of liw;,-' which I am
unable, to uppiuve.
Till Itifl Mlinu 1(1 reutllnt nli.l linmi.xr
the c.untv 8..,MrvlM.r s.ctlo.. ISiBusJc. the icccutiv elected Rcpubli
of i lie t'ouut Ail iiiiw niiiilii-M Hint. .:.,,,. . . . "v'-" "y1"""
or i lie !'ount Ait now pi o hies that
no person can hold more than one ol-
fh e lit I III KMltll. lime Tim wuril ".if
lice.'' considering Iti ihikIIIoii In lb1
umipier on iju.uiurnMoiiH or OMc.'irf
mid 'the context, means an "elective
olllce," of of which nre salniled. There
fine, the Insertion of the wind "sal
aried" does not, when considered nlone,
add to the present section. Hut the
addition of the worda "either elective
or appointive." after the word "olllic.
maiei'i.iii) cuangcs uic section, making
It appl) to mid Include nil ofUccrs,
whether lllllAp I himntl liv flit. i,..it,1i
or thot-u npiKilnlcd to Hiilsirdlniitu po
sitions by the Supervisors of other
county olllcers. ,
'Ihu elTect will be n further distil
btitlou of iippnlntlro ollkes, many of
which should not curry u living sal
no, for the amount of work leiiulicd,
llmtlell lif(f.Uknr m.iv in.l I... ..flt.
.......a.. ... w. ..... j , .....j ..... m n.....
dent to occupy u jeiou's full time
Tliu leiidency will then bo to forte tho
counties to pay larger salaries than
hhoiihl be paid for the hervlces icu
del eel, which means a waste of nubile
llils nlone appears to. me sullleler.t
iciit-on for wlthholillni; my nmirov.il.
A further lihleltlmi In tin. inn In
one of form. Tho title expresses its
subject matter to be the amendment
or Section Hi of the Count) Act Sec
..r ,1. iih. i ; . . """ nc kiiicu iicrc toaay uy striK-
ot the bill makes lhl niuenil- cr, fnr nttxmiii.'nr-. -,,... . i
Section 2 of the bill provides,0" 'orjmptingto resume work.
meilt. .Section of t he lilll m
that "the Auditor of any count) shall
not Issuo warrants to one person who
uoiiis more man one saiuricd olllce nt
tho same time." This n-ttlon Is In
tended as a means of enforcing tho
provisions of the amended Section 18.
It, however, Is not made a part ot
Section' 18, nor added as a new sec
tion to the County Act, but stands ns
n t-cparato provision Imposing a new
duty on tho county auditors. While
liorhans tho nurnoHn !r ui elncotv ntn.
nected with that of tho amendment to!
Section 18 ns to make tho two. when
i cnil together, embrace but onu sub- -Mrs, Iloxce - 'What Is meant by
!ect, a; resulted by Section 15 of thelegnl tender" Mr. Ilo)ce "llacn"t
Organic Act, yet not being made n heard of law) era ntrlhlnir a soft
part of the amendment, nor added to
the County Act ns a now section, It
- -..,..... ... .
rollOU'll. Ill III lltlllllot) llml llm ut.l,.
Jcct of the teellou Is not oxpressed In
the title of the Act, as is ulso required
1.) Section IS of tho Organic Act.
(i. It. CAIlTKIt,
tiovemur ot Hawaii.
Herewith I let urn llnnuo lilll V,.
tl, entitled, "An ml to nnicml section
2 tit the Itev(p.ed t-'lU'U III i-nlitll,m in
piomulgatlou of luws," which I am
unable to approve.
I he amendment iirntmcpd he ihlj
lilll Is to reuulro the "nulillHlilne" nf
till lawn In new spapers. "published i't
cue several counties, instead or In
Tho term "to publish" is not synony
mous with "to nriiit." Ordinarily, '"to
rortn a pruned
Wfilk fur Miitn iir illult II., ill, ..i. I,. ,..n!A
-.--... .... ...... ... ... I,.. . I,l, .ut. , ... ........1
known or to inuKo public; and thus all
newspapers which hao a geneial cli
c illation thtoiighout the islands may
bo said to have heen "l'Ulll,ISIii:i) IN
THK SHVr.HAI. COUNTIES." And
that newspaper which has the great-,
est circulation would undoubtedly best
aciompllsh this object.
To print tho laws in English nnd!
Hawaiian in each County means u
huge Incicase In expciuo without cor
responding nilviintago to the public.1
The only parties to gain thereby would
bo tho newspapers printed In other!
places Hum Honolulu, and they, under)
me picM.Mii ia, are neo in mil lor tliu
0. It. CAIlTKIt,
(Inventor of Kuwait.
Kxccutlvo chamber, Apill ti, 1007.
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co.,
. . .--i nv, -toil i iW-.
P1TTSBURO. Pa.. Ai.ril fl. Tin.
uni mnuc uy tnurew uarncgte to
the CitV Of Pittslllllir linvn rnrli,l n
total of over thirty-two millions of
CHICAGO, III.. April G. Fred.
tan candidnte, took his oath of office
as Mayor todav.
.PARIS, France, April G.--A gcncr
nl strike is feared nnd troops have
been placed in readiness to quell any
FAMINE AND SCURVY
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia. April
C, Scurvy is raging among the pco
tile in the famine HUtriVu iw.
great suffering prevails.
KILLED BY STRIKERS
LODZ. Russin. Anril ft Ton -nrV.
,ma ......... i.iii. .i i . , . ...
KILLED IN TORNADO
LUVERNE, Ala., April G. Seven
persons were killed bv the tornado
vhicn swept this placcT
STRINE IS NO MORE
BOSTON, Mass., April 0. Charles
Stnnc, the Opera House manager, is
You generull) look upon tho bright
Bldo when glancing at u mirror.
1051 Fort Street
. . ... ,i.i J.J.... .... .ii'...
Puiob f (Junta
Knglneer .1 I) Schuler, who hag
come to Honolulu at the rcuueat of
the Legislature tn iimke a report on
the Niiuanu dam paid a visit to Hint
Ltructuru )esterdu afteinoon Ih com
pany witli Senator Chllllngworth and
Itcprcbentntlvc John HtigheH. Ot
course ho was unable to make iiiiy
statoment In regard to tho conditions
which exist after a merely superficial
look over the dam. In speuklug of
the matter he said:
"Ye. I vliited the dam with Sen
ator Chllllngworth yesterday nod
liHik'il over the work which has been
ilotie. You could hardly expect me to
Hv an opinion upon the safety of
the Mtiucturi! at this eaily dale. 1
expect to stay here till Hay 1 nnd
take tho Alameda hack to the Coast
on her next trip.
' You can rest assured that then,
will be u most carerul luw-stlgi.dou
ot all the work which has heen done
on the Nuuaiiu dam and that ocry
detail will be gone Into careriilly. I
have not decided as yet whether 1
will need nny nsslstancu In collecting
data, but Senator Chllllngworth litis
aiMured me that whatever Is neces
sary for u report which will glut
every detail In icgard to the wifely
of tho ilaiu will he at my command.
"I hlmll use all the dtita which has
been collected through former reports
nnd expect that 1 shall obtain coiiHld
eiablu assistance In this way. Whi
ther It will bo nec.ess.iry to make hor
lugs and sink test holes I cannot toll
at tho present time. If It Is needed
it will certainly be done, but It tuny
be that I can get nlong without tl.lx
anil use tho results which Imvu ill
icitly been obtained."
The piiuclpal work which Mr.
Schuyler Is carrying on nt present Is
a dam for tho Mexican I.leht nn,i
I'ower Company, located ut Necuxa.
about 100 tulles from Ihu City ot
.Mexico. This tlum, when completed,
will be Ihu highest structure nf Ku
kind, built of earth and rock, iu the
world. It will bo over 180 feet In
height. Oxer 2,000,000 yards of ma
terial Ik being used iu Its construc
tion unci u sluicing ditch oer twelve
mlliu .long with a sluicing head of
f.00 feet Is part of tho work being
Another big Job in which Mr.
Schuyler Is a central figure Is u bis
lirigatlun dam being built near tho
til) of Domor. In this work 7,000,
000 lect or material is to he used nnd
the structure when completed will
tost over $ 1.000,000. The big dam
tn tho Owens !tlor at m Anucles.
which is boon to be commenced, will
bo under Mr. Schuyler's charge.
".Mr. Schuyler is liuru now and ho
If going llltll tills thing nt cm re nn.l
Colng clear through It," said Ilcpro.
ientntlvo John Hughes this morning.
Ho Is going to get down to the hot
torn or things, even down to the cum
wall, and when he gets tlnough hi
leport, nnd that of myself and Mr.
11 Icu and the othor members of thn
committee, will clarify tho ntmo
fphero Iu icgard to this dam mutter.
".Mr Schuyler wutit un to the dim.
)estordny nnd mado n siioernel.il ...
I iiiulnatlon, and he is now going to go
into tho mnttur in detail."
A FINE STREET DRESS SHOE
THE DOMINO LAST
This is one of the famous Heywood
vici kids for men n blucher bnlmor
nl with mat-top and of medium
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
'Phone Main 282