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HONOLULU rKUKITOHY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. AIMUli 8. 1907
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Roosevelt's Intentions Are Again Declared
NO THIRD TERM,
SAYS JACOB RIIS
WA8HINCTON, D. C, April B. Jcob Rllt, who hat been one of the
advocates of a third term for Roosevelt, gave out a statement today In
which he says Roosevelt will not accept a nomination for a third term.
Rllt Is one of the President's most Intimate friends and associates.
Isle o Pines Trafalgar
Coney's Bill Stirs Up
OPINIONS EXCHANGED ON
And Get Votes
lAttocUttil 'mm Kvalal Call I
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 3.
The United States Supreme Court has
decided that the Isle of Pines Is not
1 lie Isl of 1'lnex ix near Culm, and I
lino llio war with 'Spain has been
largely M)Uil li AmcrlcaiiH, who
claim their Island Ik nut Ciitian torrl
tury, lint tinder tli Icrmt of tin) pence,
trial) Ih Kiibjitl In United Stutex
oniilnil. The ilccUlim practically
puts Hit! IhIo of Pint h nailer Cubaa
fjtitoiloltii I'rtiM tii'tclal CatiUI
DEVENPORT, En(j.. April 8. The
British battleship Trafalgar Is ashore
at Devil's Point. She Is considerably
damaged but will be refloated.
ALFONSO MET THEM
CARTAGENA, Spain, April 8.
King Edward VII and Queen Alexan
era met King Alfonso of Spain here
VICTORY FOR NICARAGUANS
MOBILE, Ala., April 8. A dispatch
received here today says the Nlcara
guant have captured Caiba.
(Annotated I'rttit Apertil Cabin)
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 8. Attor
ney Delmas has begun his argument
for the defense In the Thaw trial.
The committee having In charge the
i iiliTlalnmciit uf the Congiccslonal
visitors will lino n meeting t t
o'clock llilx afternoon In lliu Oovern-'
or'H olllec It In nntli Ipatul lli.tt llnalj
arrangements will soon ho made iik
Ihi- arrlwil of the party Ik not fur
(Aitoclated l'itt$ Special Cable I
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., April 8
The Ruef trial was continued until
tomorrow owing to the Illness of At
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 6
ECETS: 88 analysis, 9s. 0 34d. Par
Ity, 3.89 cents. Previous quotation, 9
SHELDON IS GLAD TO FIND ONE
MAN WHO THINK8 OF OUT-
8IDERS LANE AND KA-
LEIOPU TAKE PART
Ccncj'n Mil to put u xtop to tin"
dc-Hl ruction uf wild"" ItlrilM In the dlx-
trlct of llonutuln wuh the cause of u
lively dlicusslon in the House this
morning In the ionise of which much
editing lull, wax Indulged In regurel-
(Contlnutd on Page 4.)
ANOTHER TAX BILL
llltli Da) Aflernoon Session
Tlio House nutinoil tin! Sunatu that
It had fulled to concur in the amend
incntv made liy the Sounto to llouso
IJIII 148, doing uwii) with the corixir
ntlon exhibit fee of $20, The l'resl'
ilvnt niKilntud Dowtott, McCarthy
mid Coclho ax it confeicncu commit'
tie. Tlio Hoiibu tlso failed to concur
tn tlio nnientlmenlH limdo liy the Sen
ntu to HoiiHi) lllll 102, relating to Jnr
Uh. Smith, IIuHeldcn and Coelho
were apiKilntcd nt n conference com
inlttoe on this bill
Hoiibu lllll 139, relating to hunting
villi firearms, passed llrst reading.
Ilobert I.anno of Koliala wiote that
hi) had neen In tlio lliillctln that tlio
Governor had etoed tlio bill raiting
the Jurors feu tlotn $2 In 13 a day.
Uw wiote at length on the hardshlpi
whlcn ntter.tlod jury duty on Hawaii
mid tiiggexted that tlio (it eminent
cut O'lt Jurors' fees and pay hotel and
hoard bills Instead.
Senate lllll 9G, a hill liy Makokati,
talsliiK thu Income tax of corporation:!
fiom 2 to 4 ier cent., camo up for
(.tcond rending. It was not favorably
itcelved, ax It wax contended that' the
I 111 was tlio tamo In effect an the grail
l.utcd Income tax bill, which had alto
been introiliccil by Makokau
Talk about outtlde Itland Interettt
In a Bulletin contest!
The mall of Saturday and Sunday
proved that the outtlde Itlandt will
probably lead this contest if they
keep uo at the present rate.
Hawaii Is to the front In great style
And Kauai already has two candl
dates. The story is best told In the
communications. One was sent from
Kauai but the writer failed to add his
name, so It will not be published, as
the rule is hard and fast against pub
lishing anything of any character that
does not have the sponsor's name ac
Some of thote sending in subscrip
tions ask that the Bulletin cast the
votes for their favorite; that is, that
the Bulletin write the name they di
rect and place the ballot in the box.
This the Bulletin Is willing to do, but
very much prefers to tend the ballots
with the recelptt and let each voter
write the name In personally.
Some of the letters follow:
Thinks Interpreters May
Be Difficult To
RESOLUTION OF MAUI
COELHO'S BILL TO EXEMPT THE
LEASES OF GOVERNMENT
LAND FROM TAXATION
Captain of Loch Qarv
With Being Intoxic
OFFICER BEFORE CONSULAR COURT OF INQUIRY
Captain llllihle of the lliltlidi thlp, At the time the Ux-h (larv.- wax
l.ocli (lare, which wont imlioro wi r I i,(ki'd it wax announced that Cap
ill u-okx upo on Mulokul. Ix In. fore a' ...... iiiuiil,. wa mi xlek ill the tluio
BULLETIN'S GREAT VOTINO
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlna
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
me newt oi me aay.
The Value Of
(vrml Cluites furMtn
MADE IN r4EWro
In no line of business it the buyer's
confidence of more importance than
in the telling of clothing.
The dealer who attempts to con
vince the buyer that his goods are the
lest, 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
leceived when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
Kuudteu'moed to Indefinitely post
pone It, hut this wus lost.
Mnkckau wanted to huu tlio bill
lofened to tlio Va)H mid Meatm Com
mittee, hut Dowxctt told him that It
would bo teporfed on uiifuorably, ns
had been thu case with the other bill.
Dowtett then mocd to table tlio
bill. Tlio ac Btood C to G, where
upon tlio l'rexldcnt administered tlio
flnul blow by uitltiK for the motion.
Senate lllll 92, upproprlutluK 1!00
for1 a monument in I.nhalmi to com
memorate the bIriiIiik of Haw all's first
constitution, patted tacond rcadliiR.
Th J Senate then lesohed Itself Into
a Committed of the Wlinlu to consider
the liquor bill.
All those wishing to do Justice to
the Hawaiian MU101, and who are
desirous of sending a girl to the Coast
who will be a credit to the Paradise
of the Pacific should have no hesita
tion In casting their vote for Miss Ka
tie Sadler, Hakalau, Hawaii.
This young lady first completed her
studies In the Kamehameha School
for Girls last season, where she had
been a credit to the school and to her
In all musical entertainments In
connection with the school she took a
leading part, being an accomplished
pianist, having graduated In 1905. As
a singer she is hard to beat, having a
strong, clear volc, and, apart from
all that, she Is a girl with a reputa
tion that anyone might be proud of,
simply because It Is spotless. Now
that Is the class of girls to send to the
Coast who can give an exhibition of
Hawaiian music and entertain an au
dience for a whole evening. When
this great voting contest closes may
Miss Sadler's name be counted among
the "Lucky Six."
Editor Evening Bulletin: We of
the Big Island are exceedingly Inter
ested in the Evening Bulletin Pacific
States Tour, because In sending six
Hawaiian ladles to the Coast we are
giving Hawaii the biggest advertise
To represent the Big Island we are
putting up Miss Katie Sadler, of Ha
kalau, and If elected the It capable
of giving the Territory a good name,
for, In addition to her beauty and
charming manners, the It an accom
pllthed musician, both vocal and In
strumental. The people of the Big
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Whon tlio House opened Its session
this afternoon It received tlio Walklkl
Reclamation resolution with a commu
nication salnn It had passed third
rcadliiK in the Senate. It now goes to
Sheldon Introduced a hill "to pro
tect tlio public on tlio public btieet,
animals and oIiIcIcb." Thlx weirdly
worded bill passed first readlim'.
Thu House then went Into Commit
leo of tlio Whole to iobiiiiio considera
tion of tint appropriation hill. Castro
look thu chair.
CHOICE ONES to Mainland points,
at Itw rates. Leave your orders at
IfcL. MAIN 23, IWELLS-FARQO OFFICE
Don't Live In
The strain is too great. There
is no peace of mind for the person
who leaves his precious documents
and valuables unguarded. .He is
constantly liable to the shock of sud
nn and comDlete lots not a pleas
ant feeling, for roDDers ana nres
come as unexpectedly at earthquakes
and are as merciless.
Rent one of our safe deposit box
es for 50o a month. This places you
on Easy Street,
loth Day Forenoon Sextlou
The resolution which wut sent to
the Semite from the Maul Supenlsoix
UHkliiK for an amendment of the pro
lslou of the Count) Ait wheia It fixes
the datex fur Supervisors' uiicllilKX,
was riddled with hut xbut l Coclho,
who said that jirhate busliusa lntu
cttB were behind It
The fiiiiioux bill which provides thai
all tinerntiK nt cmplojecx must be cit
izens, was si o red li set era I Seliatois,
who pointed out that It would wimo-
tlnus make It Impossible for lourts to
gel proper Interpreters, mid mlKhl
work other hardships It wut finally
re-rommltted to the Judlil.irj Cum
inlttic. It Is not probable that the
hill v. Ill pass the Senate, at least, nut
without radical amendments.
A lengthy communication fiom the
Maul Supcnlhorx wax read. It nskul
for certain amendments to the Coun
t Act, especlall) in the dates of meet
ings, which the Hoard of Supervisors
wanted held on such dates as would
be most umenlcnt to them. The)
recommended that the date be the first
Vidnesda after the 5th of each mouth
or the xecond Wednesday.
Coelho said that the resolution wax
not made . " 'tl meetlns of tlio
'ioard II wax one of in. . i rpictr
actions of that bod) The resolution
was fathered li one Tom Church, who
wanted It passed for icrtaln business
reasons. He moved that It bo tabled.
I his wax done.
House lllll 101, maklnE simlal ap
propriations to vay claims against the
Tcintor), incurred uciore juue m,
1905. passed first icadliiK,
Coelho said that as the end of thu
session was approaching- anil much
work was on hand he Introduced a
lesoliitlon that after April IS no new
bills should he Introduced without
unanimous couseiit. Adopted.
Uu) Bidden intioduccd u resolution
ruiitlni tlie requests contained In the
resolution received from the Maul
Supervisors ltifcrrcd to the Special
Count) Committee. He then Introduced
a lllll umendliiK tbo County Act In ths
manner project for.
House lllll 48, relating to ncRollabla
Instruments, muklni; thlt luw uniform
with that of other States uml Terri
tories, passed third reading
House Joint ItcMiliillou 3, providing
for a Walk I Id riclamatlon commission
to dettrmlne on the best methods to
be emploved In the euro lug out of tlio
scheme outlined, by I- i:. riukliam,
passed third leading.
Senate lllll 1, renting to the method
of paving county olllcers, lume up for
bccoud reading, bul wax tabled on mo
tion by Coelho, us u House lllll wad
coming up which covered the same
TAX 1III.L TAHI.r.I)
Senate lllll G, lelatlng lo assessments'
uf person's Inteiests, came up for sec
ond reading 'Hie Jiulli lar Commit
tee reported In favor of tabling tlici
bill until the lux commission hud re
Coelho died thu Instance of Dr.
Hniinond of KahlUluul, who, ho said,
wax being made to pa) an unjust lax
on eerjalu c.ovcininent laud If the
bill wut tabled until thu tux commis
sion should M'.'iort 'In two cars, Dr.
ltajinond would have to pay tills un
just tux during this period. Ho moved
that the bill bo taken up. Carried.
The bill provides that lessees of gov
ernment lands shall pay taxes theio-
on, except upon Impiovtmcnts, crops.
live stoik, etc
Kiitidseii usKul how much the loss
to the Government would be.
(Continued on Pigs 2)
co-irt of Inuuln toduv. and er) He
rioil" ilinigex have lm made against
inn. Il Ix alleged Hint he Ix Incoiii-
I eti nt and unable lo handle his ship
I I u K-amanllko manner, mid further,
.ind still morn serious, Il Ix charged
that he wax drunk nt the time the
l.ocli (iarve went ashore
Tl e court of lnuulr) wan summoned
l) the Acting llrltlsli Consul l'orxter,
I hut In- iiuild mil gel out or lilt hunk,
but riiniin i were lllng round Unit
Urn sickness wax caused by oxcosslvo
When Captain Httchio was In ought
ushnro he vvat tnkcu tn tlio Queen's
Hospital, where Dr. Wood, hit pliytt
clan, refused to mnko nny statement
to the pi ess In icgard to tlio imlure of
uccoi ding in the usual manner of pro- hit patients lllnett Shortly after
ccdiire mid ioiimIsIk of two captnlnt otthlt Captain Kltchlo wax removed to
lllUth ships Those Bidecled are jtlio pollen Million, whero u charges of
f.niluiii dunlin of the cabin shin lie . luxault) was booked ngulntl lilin. Ho
stoiei and Captain Pearson or the
Iinikentllie HulRn, now l)lug off the
harbor The Inqulr) ix being held t
hie clllco of D.ivlex . Co
wax afterwards leleased and since
that time hat been around town ton
ding u large part of hit time In xa
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it io mi nit
Legislature Is Asked To
lo 1 1 rtaln doom
I'r'-xldint I'ltikli.im hax been ilolnf
idl li" ran lo gut u home fur thu buys.
He hax urued the nmirotiriutlou ot the
' pi"M", iie tr.LmW..i-i4 iho 'rerrt"-"
i lor) to pick out n suitable placo, for
,nich a home, where tlio bojs inuyMint
lonlv be brought up health) and fie
I from the taint uf disease, hut whero
llii' ina) bo tnught to work nud enrn
their owp living. He hat picked out
Mich a place, nt Wnlmca, on Hawaii
Hut money Ix needed to erect tlio
Home, get supplies for It, and main
liln It. Hughes' resolution calls for
un appropriation of (15,000 for this
pnrKise It lemalns In be Been whe
ther the Legislature will be nx eulliii-
.!., tn iii,La t til.s mi lliip liiiin ulinirn
W.I, t -roruioon Setslon ........., (o ,. our , fBklr Wal.
A lesoii a was Introduced Into jacn
the llouiu thlx morning by Hepresen si;,vn; nn,u
tntlvj John Hiighet which. If Itx pro- Senate lllll 1, relnllng to elections
ilxliuiu nni rnrrli.il out will snvo niunv ulR transmitted from the Smale, hue
lsli ii8 are carriid out will savo iiiaiiy ( vd xhM rtnm , l)lul 1)VllIji
of tho bo)x bom nt the leper nettle- ut)l, w. lilrrUll ,.., nm reading
ir.ent of Moloknt who nro not them- i ,(,
.clvea Icihtb ut birth, from contract- MAn0NA w'ANTS A SCHOOL
li'B Iho dlsc.ixe. ,v presented n pellllon from p.il-
There Ix n homi) for tho feumlu lion- Cntx of ihlblren nt M.ihukon.i aBklpg
kliroiix children of leprous patents, that a teacher be provided for the 1'
mid of the glrlx removed from Molo- children of Hint place, there being i
knl und brought up In tho Kiiplolnnl teacher there at present Another p
Home President of thu Hoard of tl,lm ,rom ,l10 w,,ne l'Iu' waM ''r
, Z .! bi . . ,i . u. sented nxklnc for the upproprlatlon
Health I'liikham xtates that only a m()l0J f()r , oro, tlo ot l hl10
very Hiiall iMTcenliige. not over II jht ,,iik n(ili petitions were luferrci
tint, ever get the disease mid havo tl, the IMiiuitlon Conimlttie.
to he returned to the Settlement. iSAVII THU CIlll.DUIJN
Ilu there Ix no such homo for tho Hughes Introduced n resolution
lo)B, und any boy born of loproux which, If It beeomex a law, would re
purontx Ix absolutely doomed, for lio move the most glaring defect of the
cannot bo taken away, mid If he .o- present leper x)Bteni It Ix us fn lovvx
mains w ,x mother more ...an . ".I-.iS t&Z?J'&
thort time iifterblrth thero Ix no liopo f,,rritOI.j ()f Hawaii:
for Mm. I TMt whereas llitro are now con-
It It thd want of a few thousand finul at the leper fi ttlemeiit ut Kulau
dollars that dooms these boys to ci r- papa, Island of Molol.al, nuu-leprout
tain und awful death The latt l.ig children bom or leprous paientx. and
If laturo appropriated a certain amount , Whereat. It U right and proper and
for home for then,, but tho amount ?'": f "' "'ot, ! ?".
wax Intumcient and tlio homo hat (,(,11(,lt UU( llmlMlll t,th0ll eullctel
never been built Meantime,, children um nireu f()r imtll t1BJ ,jU2i jmxo ur.
urn constantly being born nt Moloknl riua nt an nge when the) will be ablo
thu girls to a chunco for life, the (Continued on Page 2)
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