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Ofltclnt lift In I Ik fi'titriil Amiirlcuii
StHuM Ih b coiiilm; (illti' im piwnrl
oim il the i-xlHleticc enJocd b) the
Uolabii'S ot Iliiimla
Afdr Secrclai Taft tracls among
tho new imsmshIoiih a little mora lie
ought to get enough new ntmosphuro
to c.uisi." Iilui to forget his dislike for
the Territory of Hawaii
Hepreaeittallvi Hughes' resolution
for the care of non-leprous children
carries the right Idea, nml ought to
Irnve an easy wa through tho Legis
lature. Thi Immigration Doard has outlined
STiac to do. Will some broad-niliule 1
imd nsxrt.sslvo lender of tho lieoplo
now come to tlm front with a scheme
of How To Do It that will noilt with
If the Sotners system will over
throw the flagrant Inequalities of tho
present Hawaii taxation s stent, by
all means adopt tho Somors scheme.
No taxation of local Indention has
boan successful, despite the superior
ity of batnaalua thought.
HeoresentntlW' Cone) 'a bill for Sun
tiny bird-shoot Ing In the District of
Honolulu is all right It Is apparent
ly f rimed lor the benellt of tho peo
ple living near the Walklkl rlce-llelilB
Vl' not Btnto the purpoxe In tho bill
mil not glo it that fumi name? Tlint
In the only criticism tliln paper would
Hon. Knl.ilwna Is diairmun of the
Hawaii Coum l'ln.ime Comnilttei
This, o IhiIIovf, is the Supervisor
avIiO otcd to repudiate u $12. mil' con
tract made hy a former llo.ud ol Sit
'pervlsors and later, In his Individual
'capacity, accepted a poiHon of the
Koorts offered for delivery under tK
contract If this is a samplo of Kit
lalwaa's financial method Hawaii
County will haw a real tetord at Hit
end of the llacal year
THE LANAl INVESTIGATION.
The legislative lovcsllgatoi who
went to Lauul to deUrmlDe vvliut t r
llble thing hud been doiu U) the 'I I -rltorlal
Oovernmcut in Lxclringiug
certain lands on that Island foi lands
In nuother isirtion ot tlm Tinllory,
leturn with tho conclusion that tho
Territorial laud thus dlsposid of wjs
not of mi I no for homostcndliig
Tlio Investigation results In u coil
iens'js of legislative opinion that whnt
tlio Ooveruor did In entlitd) satlsfnc
lory and boivcs tho wolfare of tho
Tcirllniy Tlio only cililtlsm is on
the method of going about It
This calls to mind the national sen
tlineiit towaid President Room up '
nrlgllitil Panaifia policy. Tho oliji rt
Io ho attulnud n.as tho control of th"
IsthnuiH. Tlio Picsldent went ahead
his way Ho wns. cry soveioly crltl
liBi'd by sticli nu dlsagiocd with ills
modioli. Hut ho delivered tho gooda
without doing nnytmo n serious Injii
ry. mill tlio pcoplo woro ontlroly sut
Isflfd with the result.
Romo Ht III iimliitaln that tho Lull il
laud oxcluuiKeil by tho Tortllon
.could f.beBL'llljpd by Inijonondoii
twmwuti suture. IM $mtfDt rrfNw 10
ih i'mirimHi w&aft ttalr win ,
I h maturity, laWWUft. ani-tv (hat
hp. Iwrti daw la Inr th.' Ih'
Mil iiii land best) koMvatcaili .I ih.'
in it ii t Mtt owawrs would tut i.
Inn. Iml to wait to biiv in tin Ihh i
t a lw price aa the hoinc-teHdon.
m it gradual!) atarrrd out rm Ink "t
tnti'i and profitable rtiitm Id th
) n of rxrhsnar. tbi' Ti-Hion gut
Bo fm aa the peoplv an innci hip'
,.he contest over th principle Involv
vil in tlio Territorial AtlmliilstiHtlun
rllnii Iii rioted further 111 tatntl ti
U mit i 1 mi t. rlinlrnlll) A flRlll m
r i In n 'vlsnlillttv nf hIIohIiir tin
(I. il in 'ani .is Ii la or kii bnrk ami
ln it "mi in-mi number iiinii wa)
MUTTON fUllR B
NIII9 if US!
Ventura Brings A
Tin Ventura nrrlxrd this morning
Imni the Colonies, bringing n full tnr
40 of freight and o tcr) large nnsscw
ncr list There nre 211 paBteng.'rs on
Umril. of whom ull but one nre bouiid
lor San Franclsro The freight fni till
cltv Is uiiiiHiinlly large, eonsI'Mnn "f :
381 tour. In which there Is n l.T-.t"'
Khlpment of mutton lor the local mar
kets. There has been a famine In tliU
tnrat for aome time and ovcrjouo In
town will iniunbl haro mtitttui for
The Vent hi a did not meet n't. ciy
bnd weather on the way inc.- Tiviii
flMlmn. but simply took her oun time
n bo il I the tilp. She fill! fol 8.111
r'ninclwo tomorrow moriiln.t nt S
o'i lock Pugilist Squires win ill" moat
Iniiiriiuii jicimiii on lio.in', to J.nlgc
I nun the nn ho wns star.)! nt hb IiO
tunic lon tho ping puma
Hint lie would like to hi i In Hono
lulu anil ni it get on Ito.in a mli
ii pa I n
FOR CLOTHES IS
SOON TO OPEN UP
'Slha'f 'l.MM'iv Ih tho name of
the new eloililng and fiirnlidilng store
noon to be opcuiil In tlio old Woods
H Sheldon store on King street near
A. C Slha, the proprietor of the
i.ew venture, rottiincil in tho Ala
meda ft om iS'uvv York, whero ho linn
been Io clone up IiIb hitblncss In con
nection with the slock of goods. Ho
hopes to have his place rcadv to open
by tho first of .May.
"Wo nre going to have a real Now
York storo hero," hald Mr. Sllva this
morning, "i:urj thing will bo or the
latex Bt)lu and tl-liMlate In eveiy
lArtleulnr. I have terured the ngen
c for llnrlscliaelTner & Marx's cloth
ing, and they nre the best to bo bad
In the market, according to my bleu.
Tho slock I have on tho way Is ouo
tlio town will bo proud of. Tho joints
men, old men, mlddle-nged men and
boys can bo well dressed nnd at tho
lowest figures. I think thcro Is room
hero for tho enterprise, and I hiivo
been In tho hutdnepH long enough to
hnvu a fair Idea of what our people
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the clay.
Real Estate Dep't,
Lunalilo Sticet $30.00
Ikrctania Street $40.00
Alsha Lane $18.00
r.eistania Street 10.00
King Street $30.00
Nuunnu Avenue .$50.00
Muuanu Avenue ,'$30.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Bcrstania Street $25.00,
Kinau Street $25.00
Peniacola Street $25,00
Wilder Avenue $40.00 j
Qulicl; Avenue $35.00 '
School Street $15,00 1
l'cnwcola Street $30.00
Mnnoa Valley $30,00 1
Cor. Kewalo & Wilder Avc...$ 50,
Thurston Avenue ?100,
Henry Watorhouse Trust Go,, Lti,
, Uomcr Fort arrl Merchaul SU
THaflESeJI.T COMPANY. (
A GENEROUS BEAR
lien the gic.it raithqnnko and re
sultant uinflAgiatldti Juki n cnr
i.go vv i ought such havoc In S.tn I'ran
clseo. the stricken people turned with
emptv hands to tho lire Instirnncc
companies for relief, confident!) ex
pecting that In their hour of need tho
piotertlon for which they had been
patiently pa) lng through tho pros
perous enrs would bo promptly
forthcoming Hut, nlas! disappoint
inetn followed disaster' The compa
nies In many oases wero unequal to
the occasion, and In many others un
willing to niako good. Compromise
and repudiation wero the order of
the dny. At this crisis, prompted by
i rare sense ot fairness and a com
uicndnblo appreciation of obligation,
ono company rose In its great
strength and distributed I2.CSE.291.'
f3 nmnngst lis pollc) holders, paying
their claims In full, nsklng no favors
and exacting no discounts. And this
fair and generous action at onco
placed Tho California Insurance Co.
of Sin 1 rnncluco at tho very head of
the list of popular and trustworthy
companies doing business In Califor
nia. This company now has nn agen
cy In Honolulu In tho olllco nf Trent
& Co, nt 01C fort Sticet. It Is pop
ularly know n as "The Company That
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1) HONOLULU WEATHER V
X X X X X K X X X X X X X X X M X
Tepiiicraturcs-O u. in , CO; 8 a. in.,
cs. inn in, 7o. noon. 71, morning
IlnroincUr, S n. m., .10.11; nbsolute
lunnlillt). S n. in., 1.0.19 grains per
cubic foot; illative liunildlt), 8 n. Ill
Kl per tent, dew point, S a. m., M.
Wind 0 a in., velodt) 9, direction
N K , a m , veloclt) 17, direction N.
i:.. HI it 111., veloiltv :, dliecjlon N.
I ; noon, velocity 12, direction N. H.
ltiilufiill during 21 lionie ended 8 a.
in.. .02 inch.
Total wind moveiucut during 21
hours ended nt noon, .118 miles.
Wit. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather ilureau
The pioposed meeting of the Jap
anese Merchants' I'nlou, whlih was to
have taken place Inst Saturday night
to discuss the 1,'lclwl bill, lelutlve to
lirensUig all lines of business, did not
come olf It wns decided In wait fui
ther developments In the House.
The Meal Department
OPENS AT 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 n. m.
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may be arranged,
orui i o
Additional Sporting Newt on Page 8.
Thcro una n gome tit bnsoliall plu)
til yuslerdn) nt Knlolnnl Park nt!UlMlllo r icl,KwninU. Hngllth
. an p in iiotween me nonsnio nun
tlio lllack I'ntlla fur llu rlialiiilnalili
The Seaside scored one run In Hie
nrst inning nun mat wns nn me
illncks scored .1 John llobello. tlio I ,,,, Conimlllees linvo oblnlnod a
first bnsemnti of the lllnck I'niiU. i)M fnr lnt, work 1)f Ullg r,arncter on
ninde n honie-ru-l and n thri-ebagge. ',,, UmM .ollrnn. rhvi nl0 M, (
Hvers. Hie pitcher for the lllack Pant-. ,,, RI110, ,10 clork of tho House,
struck out sixteen men fiom the Sen- ,, (,)ltntiiol a bid b which N for
title. The lllack Pauls nro now chain ,I1U1 and f J. Tesln do tho work
pious nnd nre willing to challenge tlio
Kaala bascbnll club, allowing one
(Speilnl Wireless to the llullcllu)
Wnlliil.ti. Maul, Apr s (lain pre
vented tho baseball game which was
to have taken place here vcstiTdav
The Maul Itaclng Association held
Its annual meeting last nl.tht and te
elected all the old odlicrs Plans for
the coming meet arc now under wn).
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X (4
K PASSENGERS X
Si Arrived X
j. x x x x r. a n x w x n x x x t
Per 8 8 Ventura, from the Col
onies, Apr 8. for Honolulu; Mrs
Thos Prime, for San Prnncltio Mr
mid Mrs II. C. Millard, Mr and Mrs
li. W. Malla1c.ni, Mrs It Stellwag, (Jeo
Hunter, V. Joncqticl, f llctz, Mr and
Mrs. M Wilson, I)r M Poison. Mr
ami Mis. I,. Oreaves, Sir J no. Slierbtirn,
K. Kenton, S. W. Allen, Mrs. W f
Center. H. C. .Mnrsli. M P Cixmibs.
Mr. icd Mrs. J. Ilolger and child, Mr
nnd Mrs. f. f. D.iihc, James llaiille,
I)r 1- I). Illckrord, Miss It. Illcluird
I). J. Callaghan nnd two children,
A It. Hitshcl, Mr. nnd Mrs Robertson
Misses Itoheitsoii (3), I Rose, A. (1.
Wilson, W. Squires, II W. He) Holds,
K Von Hckertsbcrg, II 11. llornc
111111111,' T. V. Muronc), l)r A P I.
rfenie, Mr and Mrs II. Roscnstelu mui
two children, .Miss M. Huirowes, .1. T
Wright, C T. Ilruwn, II Kitchen. Mrs
i:. Keogh nnd 2 children, Mrs. H. 1hiiic
and 2 children, ,1. Vermvnleii, H. II.
I.cal. Hrothcr John, A. P. Urctnllcld,
Mr nml Mis. W. P. ClaiicKucr, Rev,
mid Mrs T. tlrny and child, Tlios.
Sniilh, Miss K. Harrow cs, Mr and Mrs.
M. Colin, f It. Pratt, 1), l.imbcrt, T.
V. Tiiiinbiill, MWa'i:. M Howard, J. II.
Howard, llro. StiMulquc.
(Conrinueq from Page 1.)
lug Siitul.iv shouting and tho welfare
of Honolulu. Tho bill came up for
third lending and Castro piomptly
moved it ho tabled. I-ong wanted to
know why t'one.v should want Io pro
tect the hlidt-arouuil Honolulu unu
not around the wholo Island. "In other
words,' tall Long, ")ou would pre
vent its shooting nny birds hero mid
Sou will shoot ull ou please on tlio
Mnhoe thought tho bill nn uufulr
one The laws Should not be made to
nppl) to one part of tho Ten Iter) and
not to the lest Ilcsldes, no petition
hud been presented to tho House ask
ing for the enactment of any such law.
Mnhoo objected, also, to the size, ot
the penaltv, which ho thought out nt
all proportion to tho orfetise.
Coney defended his bill. Ho said ho
owns proper)) In Honolulu mid used to
live here, and nt that time there were
many moru wild birds hero than thcro
uro now. He admitted that tho pen
ally might he a little soveie, but that
could bo amended. "If I am nut mis
taken," In said, "those who oppose tho
bill nre those who go out shouting on
Ijug offered an amendment to mukn
tho luw apply to tho Territory of Ha
waii. "What's yood for Honolulu," ho
said, "Its good for tho whole Territory.
"I'm pleased to hear one of tho Ho
nolulu membeis say that what's good
for Honolulu," snld .Sheldon, "Is good
for the outside IslnnJs, but it's the first
time I ever heard u Honolulu man b.i
ItnwIiiiB i ailed Sheldon down for
his insinuations, mid also objected to
Mahoo'n statement that tho members
from the other Inlands should keep
their fingers out ot Honolulu's pie. "1
have, a right," ho said, "to Introduce u
bill that applies to Haw ull or Kauai,
and the membeis fiom those. Inlands
have the sumo right ns tegurds Hono
lulu. "As to this amendment, It Is abso
lute foolishness. If they want to kill
It, let them wait until they have votes
"As I limit island II, this bill Is de
signed to piohlblt tho promiscuous
shooting that goes on around Hono
lulu on Sunday, They talk about en
foiling the Sunday law and want to
kicp people fiom going to tho aquar
ium or phi) lug baseball on Suniluy,
but if )tiu ucro out at Walklkl on Sun
day, vnu'il think a inlinlc' b.tttlo was
Tho motion to lalilo was lost,
Kulciopu oneieil uu umcuiiment to
reduce tho penally nnd to mukn tho
luw good for ten vcars Instead of llvo, I
Ho favored tho pasture ot tho bill
with hlu iimciidmcutH. '
(.wig's amendment was lost,
Kalelopu's amendments iturkil. I
Rawlins oficied nuother, to excludo i
co hliiln, uiynitlm and other birds of
n destructive lu'ne, and to make the
law up,;!) to Hie limits ot the city or I
Honolulu Instead of to tho Judicial (
Dlstilct or Honolulu
Tho bill us amended paused thlid
leading h a vote of 25 to S.
I'p In Satuidnv, April 0, tlio llouso
had spent J 9888,79 out of tlm Tcrrltoi
Inl nppiopilnllon for the expenses of
thn l.cglslauio, mid $77fi8rit out nf Ihu
federal npptoprlatlou, u tolul of )7,
n I r n 1 io iniinnrn
I'l L U aW IV 1 1 ml IIULII
utcrm io lununcu
ON HOUSE JOURNAL
WORK AS PLANNED
TIkit la m!i Io bt n tow brickbats
filing Huniigh tlm nlr concerning tli
omplllng, proofreading, t)iowrltlng
unit ImimlAlliili nf tlm Jimrlihl nf I !ir
ltllll,r I.t.,1,1ii)m orfr ,i rt,w
i rtn) a ngo li) Knlclnpu, tlio hienker nt
,i, ,(,,. ... . tlrnini, ,,a o.
f()r tlletliliiB like $3,500,
The friends of the Clerk claim thai
this way or going nt tho proiiosltlou
is all wrong because It will necessi
tate the Clerk certlfjlng to work
rinswif 111 ltn tttn in niiMiitl' sif t litnli tn
i viiiivviiiinh iiii; uvviinivj "t nmvii nu
I knows nothing.
The matter has been taken up to
i the fcecretary of tho Terrllor), who
has Ihu dlspcnsntloii of funds, and
I through him to tho Governor, and
supposedly there will he further con
ildcrallon, or, at least, n better mi
derstatidlng. It may bo necessary for
the "lloiifo Io pass nuother resolutlo.l
dirt cling tho Clerk Io turn his orlgl
ml papers over to tho compilers np
polnled or selected by tho Spenkcr
The County Committee may also
take up tho affair
Judgo Do Dolt on Saturday denied
the motion for n new trial In tho enso
of W C. Peacock vs J. 11. Itothwell,
nml In so doing took occasion to com
nient hlglil) upon titer honesty, tip
lightness nnd business Inlcgtlty of
' It seems to me," said the Judge,
"that Mr. Itothwell knew nnd was
bound to know of Mr. Peacock's stan
ding, lutegritv and honesty In this
community, us sworn to by witnesses
hero on tho stand, and that Mr, Roth
well would feel or belluvo that, in u
particular Instance, n mail whom ho
hud known so long ns nn hnncBt man.
with whom the closest Intimacy had
existed, mid whosu dealings hud thcro
loforo always been honest nnd nlong
business principles nnd business llnea,
was going to defraud his creditors in
that particular Instance, seems rather
dlfllcult for mo to believe."
Louis Knhlbaiun has
(Ion against Christian C
Alwl'ie Conradt, with Auditor fisher
an girulshee, for (1000 with lnleiet.1
Horn Aug 7, 190., the vuliiu of a
piomlsbory note alleged to have been
given by Christian C Coninilt nnd en
dorsed hy Alvvlno Conradt, for ono
jenr, and renminbi!' still unpaid.
Christian Conradt Is district mngls
tratd of tho district ot Ptikoo, Mnnl;
bunco tho naming of tho Tcrrltorlnl
Treasurer ns garnishee.
All Chan, a Chinese fruit peddler
who tame no this morning fiom Mo
nnnlua nearly lost his llfo nt tho cor
ner ot King mid I.llllin sttect, A live
electric who which wns lying on the
street attracted the attention of Alt
Chan, Ho wns Just about to pick It
up Io take homo with him when he
wns checked by n motoiinnn, who
knew tho danger. Tho olllce of the
Hawaiian Uleclilc Co. was notified and
a bo scut up to cut the wire.
costs but a very little more
than you U3ed to pay for plat
cdwarc, but it will last a
Wo have a large stock of
all the late patterns.
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np with the instil nt imgrv-s urery
wrr nf woman Is strained In Its
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cnt svMom Is fnr greater tlinii ever.
Ill thi Ifooil old fashioned luv of
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ti-u'il 111 meilli'lnes. They rt llwl iim
rixita nml herbs to cum vvvakiirsMis
nnditlsense, nnd their ktumlcdirn of
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1142 FORT ST.
Wo have marked our Purees and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
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CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTINO COODS of all descrip
tions. TOYS for Birthday gifts always on
A Fine Lino of PICTURE3.
The Place To Co For These Things.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KING ST.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
1250 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 117.
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Cards. Prize Competition. List at
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Mcana, Young ni.d Hawn Hotels.)
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