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ETEN1N0 BULMSriN, HOW0L01.P..T. II.. WnDSHSDAV, lI'IUL 10, 1907.
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Votnrj PuMIe. riist Judicial Circuit
APHIL 10, 1MI7
lf Diiggan iTincii lie found it Is
natm il to eoti) luile tli.it hu had n "(
und thought turning on the bid
Citizens of the Terrllorj of Hawaii
don't tare a rup about who drafts n
new land Ian, so one Is provided that
llta the cute
When Peary annountcs that ho will
go to the North Pole, the people
I now he will at least start. Wnllei
Wcllnion'H balloon trip la literal hot
. Suits to open lliirrlniun'u mouth
' are not likely to amount to much uu
less there Is n positive danger of pi Is
on burs for the gentleman to content
Well done, memlieis of the Hiiinu
There Is no basis for opposition In the
bill that will save the children of
Kalaiip.ipii and Kalawao to lives of
health und ucefulnibs.
Purchase It) the rnlveisltv Club or
r. portnuneut home Is another wuj of
lcmlndlng the roniinunltv that when
college men stmt out the) usi.ullv ae
(omplish something or a ptiinniieiit
mid beneficial character
Uonapaite's decisions am all light
when they are all right There would
bo lets uiuse foi heart disease In Ha
waii If Mr lsomiparto would m.ilo
up his mind aild give an absolute
gumaiitio of Its ' staving put .
Honolulu pioplu legret the dcpait
lire of Major Van Vllet and his bat
talion as sincerely as tho command
An order to go fiom Honolulu to
Alaska is another way of Inteiprct
lug Shot man's description of war
'Nn diohs-sults and no uppiobslve
formalities Just an opportunlt to
feo nil there Is, and have a gooil time.
Thnt is what the Coiigicssional vlslt
01 h want, und If them Is an place
on earth enpablo of lining tho bill
Hawaii Is that 0110
Wtthdinwnl of tho Oceanic steam
cis lias caubed Now Zealand as much
woiry over Its malls as Hawaii en
Jo a on the tout 1st piolilem And our
fi lends Miuth appear to ho making
iibout tho same ficadvva In smoothing
out tho dlincultles.
Teaching the oung idwt how to
shoot Is bometliiHs taken In a literal
letiBo in tho Piilllpplnes. A te-Ieginm
to 11 Manila paper tolls of n teacher
wounded In the aim li an Ignroto
tpear, while tho pedagoguo was cut
ting timber for his fcchool-houte
Many have douhts that the (onfer
(IKO nt The Hague will hilug Iiiime
(Halo lesults for world-pence Hut
what n sad win Id llils would be If
there wem no beautiful Ideals dis
cussed and no marks set for tlio peo
ple to nttempt lo reach
Thcro Is no doubting tho degree or
jmbllc Interest In tho Thnv vordlet,
say what )ou will of tho 'trial. Thaw
him been ollirlnllv exiynlneii nnd olll
dally declined to be sane. It icita
Willi tvvolvo men In en whether this!
I limit with millions xh'ill miller the)
i .line fate us n liiiin without millions,
. ftoi having Killed the mnn who1
I mined tlie woman who Is now hlB
wife Theoretically the inonej does
mil ton lit
Tliev me having no much tloublo'
R'-tiliig another lloosevolt for tho
next Presidential term, the wonder Is
that the don't send fur Jack or I
(lemge Each has been described b
ndnililng friends und others as lim
ine n strong Itnosovcltlun atmosidiere.
And I hen mini'
That license hill passed hj the Sen
ate ought to he put In such shape
that the man with n small buslnoM
will not be tued out of existence. It
Is fair lo allow (he little fetlow a
Elflrt so that he 111:15 he hitler able,
as Ills business Incic.iscs, to pay a
stiff license fee.
A lillHlnesH mull lesltlnnt In Hono
lulu Is nn titil hi litmlhm frlenil f if
Ooiigiossniaii Hamilton of the Com
mittee mi TenltorlcK This suggests
tliut tlie entertainment committee
might serine nhmlilo aid li calling
for hitggestlous fiom those who 111.1
have pcrrona! friends among the ls-
It IihiU nhoiit (ho minutes for tho
Ilfilliin In in il.e n lernril lit de.tlllil?
Willi the n.i of untitle sdionl te.ieli
crs that will be of Inestimable. Iicnellt
to lliiwa.lls rut ii 1 c The ote also
fulfil Ih the Hepiibllcnii party pinut
Ise Now don't nllow the good work
In Im Hlifllli 1!. lie llntetilliir In Mini, tin-
nlghted I11dhl1lu.il who nshs, Wh.it'H
the use of schools
LATEST ON IMMIGRATION.
Hawaii nun be exuiscd If It begins
to feel that the Immlgi.itloii situation
Is vorv much mixed. Opln.ons b llo
nuparto have been coming so thick
mid fnsl that even the Invvjus hao
In some instances gone astray.
Mudi of the popular inlsuiidor
blaudlng has been due to 11 l.uk of
Knowledge regnidlng what law Uon.i
li.ii te has Ik en talking about.
The lliuiiiiaite opinion, of which
copl s weie roi lived 11 week or moro
ago had to do with (he old law, bo
foiii It was amended bj tlie Congress
Just adjourned Curtain portions of
that law are still In force and will he
until the tlist of Jul next.
following that was the llnnapartu
opinion on the law as revised li Con
gics , The portions of that opinion
which am of especial Interest to Ha
waii am published in another col
umn. 1'ilvnte Information has been re
ceived that tha J'resldcnt that
moms the Aduilnlstintloii believes
llnwali lo be fiee under the law
that hei onies effective Jul 1 as In
terpreted b llonnpnrte lo pay the
passage or Kuiope.iu Inimlginnts fiom
funds contrlbuleil to the Territorial
fonrd of Immigration li Individual
The dlfferencii between contrlh'i-
...... cnolulu Hwi
Real Estate Dep't.
L'eretania Street $40.00
Nuaanu Valley $50.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Kinau Street S25.00
Pensacola Street $25.00
tcnsacola Street $30.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
yanoa Valley $30.00
Thurston Avenue '. .$100.
Wilder Avenue $45.00
Bargains in real estate.
Tor n short time only, we ofTcr a
house at the Peninsula. lot 100x150
House modem and well built, $3000.
Honr, Watorhouss Trust Co,, Ltd,.
Onrner Fort ani Merchant SL
We have marked our Purses and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
vVe have a nice line to select from.
CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOYS for Birthday nlfts always on
A Fine Line of PICTURES.
The Place To Go For These Things.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Lid
71, 73, 75 KINO ST.
JSivyz iiToen;. om
A GENEROUS BEAR'
When the great eailh(iiako nnd re
sultant (onllagrallon Just n car
r.go wrought stuh havoc In San 1'ran
elsco, the stricken people turned with
empty hands to the fire Insurance
companies for relief, confidently ex
pecting thnt in their hour of need the
piotcctlon for which they had been
patlcntl paving through the pros
perous ears would be promptly
forthcoming. Hut, alas! disappoint
metn followed dlsasterl The compa
nies In 1111111 cases weie unequal to
the occasion, and In many others un
willing to make good. Compromise
nnd repudiation wem the order of
the da. At this crisis, prompted by
r. rnro sense of fairness nnd 11 com
mendable appreciation of obligation,
one company roso In lis great
strength nnd distributed f 2, liar,, 291.
93 amongst Its pnlic) holders, pnvlng
their claims In full, asking no favors
and exacting no discounts. And this
fair nnd generous action nt once
placed The California Insurance Co.
of Sin l'rnncisco nt-the very head of
the list of popular nnd trustworthy
compinlos doing business In Califor
nia. This company now has nn agen
cy In Honolulu In the olllcc of Trent
& Co ,-nt SIC Port Street. It is pop
ularly l.covvn ns ' The Company That
from individuals nnd Industilnl
organizations or associations seems
10 line! drawn as to be almost non
tense Hut it must be remembered
that the billllant stntesmen of lln
wall did not picpam and pass tho
The result as presented on Infor
mation received up to date is that Hie
Hawaiian Territorial Ho ml of Immi
gration ma continue Its campaign
for European Immigrants nnd use
therefor funds contributed by any dt
Izcns. This eliminates the necessity
for special taxation, nnd rcrl'.ilnly en
ables the Hii.ud of Immigration to
(any out tho policy outlined In the
resolution presented to the Legisla
ture. The struggle to hold the labor al
ready here, wo assume, has begun. It
Is also assumed that ample funds am
nv.flliMe for new recruits, provided
those inone s are not to be squeeze J
from the piesent Territorial taxation
or thiougli a si heme of additional
Tilings may seem a little mixed
Hut tho way out does not lead Into a
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This Contest offers the largest
number of opportunities of any
ever held 'in Hawaii. There
are Six First Prizes instead of
one as in previous events. The
wiincrs will not only prove
their popularity in their native
land but they will tu more
greatly honored by representing
Hawaii in the Uuited States.
The contest opened Monday, April
1. 1907. nnd will'plnne at ii n'elnelV
p. m., Tuesday, July 30, 1007. The
final Count will he mud Saturday
August 10, 1007, Winners on the
outsicie islands will be notified by
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WfcCluy, U II1UIHII3 UU KUV
I Members Slash The Big
Ones And Boost
A 1st U.iy Afternoon SvkhIuu
Tho Ax vvnH icnily nnd wnlthiK o
tonliy nftcriKMin for tho Hint IiIr nalj
ii ry thnt hIioiiIiI Implicit hIiiiik as thu
Snhir) Appropriation 1)111 drifted nn
lt touriip, und thcro vvcn 11 number
of the members cnKor to wield II.
Whenever 0110 of tho Mb follows
(011131 nloiifi, ho rinds nil suits of pit
fulls nnil nliibiiBlies In his path, hut
tho llltlo fellows nro In tlovcr. It In
1111 iiiifortiimito District MiiHlstnito or
clorh.or stenographer who iniiiiot
find fcomo peisoiial friend In tho
llouio vvillliiK to kIvo his milary 11
boost. And tho member doesn't have
lo (,'ivo mndi of a leiuon. Any old
tliliiK Kots thnt tho lioostro llvei
whom the weather Is cold or the
to.fds uiclty, that ho has to liny sIioph
for tho hnliy, that ho Is a hard work
er what an IndiistiloiiH community
this Is, 1111) way; or oven thnt lie
live In the same town ns his Itepr"
KMititlvo friend one of tho Hawaii
members pnvo that reason tho other
Hut tliu IiIk fellows liavo few
f 1 lends, und what few they have nro
1 frnld In defend them for fear it will
Interfere with tlto boost of 0110 of the
Tho Ilis't blir fellow who rninu vvllh
In r.ingo of the ux eslerilay was At
torney (leneral Peters. He escaped
without serious damage, his salary
being left 11s It Is, hut 0110 of his dep
uties exposed 1111 unpiotetted neck to
the shining blade ami got It In the
obvious plate. Tho criminologist al
so fell 11 victim to the headsman and
his official cranium rolled Into the
basket. Tho Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction hud Hie ux siinK Inlo
him about jr.O worth, his salary be
ing p.iiid down to $21i0.
The Senate, by u (oininiiulrntlon, In
foinied the House, that the amendments
made by the latter body to Semite Hill
10, lelatlng to pounds, had keen con
"lined in The House was also In
lormed that House Hill 78 bad passed
thlid leading in the Senate.
Sm.ite Hill 72, to exempt lcpirs of
Kauai from taxation, was' transmitted
10 the Iloiisi! und parsed first reading.
Si unto Hill D2, nil Act to provide for
1 memorial to coiumomornle the sign
ing of the first constitution hy Ka
mi liameha I, n I mi was lurried IhiMigh
ill Ft ri.idln;.
The Ilium- vvat notified by.llio Sen
nit tlirli that the Senate had sits
tiluid the Governor's veto on IIouso
!.OXR'S HIM. TAULUD.
Tho Judicial y Committee reported
on lying's measure, House Hill 151, re
i.il'iig to arrest of Judgment, stay of
cxi (lit Ion, etc., reiunimeiidlng that the
hill bo tiiblid.
Tho hill hecks In thango tho law h)
milking tho bond to stay execution only
10 per tent inoro than the judgment,
t hlch at present miibt ho double thu
Judgment Iho committee believed
that If any thango is made, the bond
should not he less than 25 per cent In
addition to tho amount of the Judg
ment Tho hill, tho committee seemed lo
feel, took It for granted thnt tho clr
(Mll Judges would Issue nn execution
without a pioper showing being made,
which the toininlttee did not believe
to be tho ease. Iing did not concur
In thcjepoit, and t-poke In tlefeiiGo nf
his hill. Tho leroit vvus adopted and
tho bill tabled.
Iho .Miscellaneous Commltteo recom
mend! d the passage of Sheldon's hill
pi ov tiling for tho election of Road Sup
ervisors nnd Deputy ShcrirfB, with ter
111I11 amendments proposed hy the com
motio legurdlug tho uniouiit of bond to
The repoit was adopted and the hill
costs but a very little more
than you used to pay for plat
edware, but it will last a
We have a large stock of
all the late patterns.
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curried tlmiugl xecond reading
The Confertnce committee appointed
on Heunto Dili "J, conferring upon the
tuuntlcH tho right of eminent domain,
made Its report, which wua In the na
ture of n louipromlsc. the report vvut
Tin: KNin: is haim:i).
The IIouho In Committee of tho
Whole resumed consideration of tha
italary appropriation Idll, taking It up Iho House to conduct Uu vvorl. In a luin
at the Item calling' for JH00 11 mouth l.iefullke manner, the name iih 11 plnu-
for the Attorney (ioiieiul.
I'ull wanted lo cut il to J2."0.
IMvvlliiH Ftrenuoimly opposed any
fiieh action. Tho Attorney (leneral,
ho hilil, Is tho legal advisor of every
head of department in the Tcrritor),
mil $100 a niiinth In not any too iuiilIi
for him. Under the Monarchy tho mil-
ary wii8 J3000. Up to two cars ngo
the Territory paid thu Attorney (Jen- imKeil lo.
eral $."00 11 month, hut Governor Car-1 Conev .1U0 mipuoitid the llini. Kil
ter under IiIh polity of retrenchment Ing he did not think It wan plnttd In
uil it to $.100. tho hill for tho sake of treating an
'I Hinted at tho lieglnnlng of tlio
rcsnliin that the otllco wiim worth $175
a mouth, und 1 um still of the same
nplnlon, I am not talking for Mr, l'et-
us. lie Is no particular friend of
mine. I um talking for tlio dignity of
the ofuco. .Mr. l'et era Is not going lo
hold It nit his life, nor any other man
niter him. Hut It Is the most import-
tint olllce of them nil, uud I am op-.,
lised to any tut."
Mahoe seennded rail h motion to
nit tho salary. 'After the Attorney
(leneral," ho said, "in tho llrst deputy
.nil tho second deputy nnd the third
deputy. Ah ho has them to assist lilni.4
1 think J 250 Is suflleleiit.
I'ull raid ho didn't want to cause any
trouhifjHo ho would withdraw his mo-!
Mahoe promptly made the same mo
I'rnnis no i.oAii:it.
The man who holds thnt office Ii
no loafer, I tell ou,"nnld Joseph. "Ho
is n good man nnd ho works llko 11
heaver, I kiiovv hcinuso I worked In
that oulco eleven months. I move wo
pass tills ut 1300 right nvvny.'
Aknu moved thnt the flguro he made
mora than $300 as tho otllco of Attor
ney General Is the most linjiortnnt In
the Government. Ho proposed to tut
off one depntv.
Kanllio seconded Mahoo's S2.'0 mo
tion. The county attornejs, ho snld,
aio dcjuitles of tho Attorney General,
so that ho doesn't have us much work
lo do as ho used to.
Sheldon favored Akau's motion with
llin ..vnntttl.it. f , nlllt.ir itt ll.n lull
deputies. "The inemhcrs have lost
sight of the fact," he said
have a hill to prohibit tha Attorney
General from practicing In civil cases,
The hill has not hcen reported from
committee jit. 1 was In that otllco
four months two veam apo, and I know
v.hnt It Is like. If joii go up there now
)ou will II nil htm und his deputies
lu.sy. Questions come up to him every
day from the departments. I hellevu
In raising tho salary ISO, uud It von
cut out two deputies, $.150 is little
Mo.inaiill moved tho item pass ut
$300 ns In thu hill, without regard to
the question of deputies, which had
not heen reached jet.
Ojjlnii favored Increasing the salaiy
of nio olllto rather than dccriasliig It.
"I'hls Is one of tho mostjmportniit of
flets In the goveinnicnt,""ho said. "Mr.
Peters is 11 good man, and thcio have
heen no complaints icgutding his con
duct of tho cilice. 1 don't think there
would ho a woid of censure on tho
I lilt nf tha tuxpajciH If we Increased
tho pay of this nlllie. You iimmit get
it tjood man lor n poor suliiry, 1 und
erstand the work of tho olllto has In
cruised rather than decreased. 1
Kuulho offeied to seeiuo 11 good mull
"Wo have had soinn of that kind of
tutu before," Mild Qulnn, "and whcio
did tho. goveriinient get oft?"
Coney forgot all ahout tho Biting of
lulses mndo thu previous day and
Uilked tho necessity of economy.
Tho voto was taken 6t Akau's
MiiIiou'h $250 amendment wus alio
lost nnd tho Item passed at $J00 us In
ONIJ J'AN DllOPPEU.
l'l libber, llrst deputj, got 1230 us In
Mllveiton, sttond deput)', ulsu got
the llguiu 111 the hill, $200.
The thlid deputj "s biilaij was strick
DOVI.I3 IS OUT.
Chester Dojle, court olllcer, was cut
oft the pay toll without dUcusslon.
The Item Tor clerk passed nt $150.
Thnt for stenographer ut StlO.
'Iho Item for assistant stenographer
mured u iigiu, nomo ouu uioveii to
blilkn It out11nrAttdrtiey (le.iciiil
Is not 11 Htenogruiiher," said lliivvllns,
"mm tin Imu iwt ilmn In ln IiiiiiiIm..
v " " w u wunfeinti u
PHONE MAIN 308.
tvpovvrltor. You bo down town to a
invv ulllcu with 011I) two luvvvem and
thito will he two Hlinogitiphtis When
I vvitfl ii)i In thnt olllco thcio were thlee
Knnllin mid he tcniemhcrcil.n time
when there wore no Blciiogiupliers.
Pull pounded thu (leak like 11 hard-
tliell llaptlst preather nnd tailed on
.tnttou "If wo want to run thin olllco
In 11 liiinlnesi-lll.e iiinuuir, lit iih Htrike
out thin Item," ho fuIiI lie titiiiHcd
Ituwllim of working for tho henellt of
ItnwIliiM i,nld he had no friend In
tlie Attornev (lenei.it k olllce, lint toolc
Iho xtitnd ho did lieennno he thought
the department needed whnt wn;
oniio ror unvnoily. tie moved tlie Item
I'.iks :ih in the hill.
The Item pasted, as did that for inm-
ItKNKY AM. ltlflllT
High Sheriff llenr) was given his
r. without opposition
Kanllio iin' I'ull ohletted tn namdng
the Huns for JiiIIoih r.'id guards of
prlmncrs without 1111 Itemized Mnte-
,1111111 or tlie men emplojed mid their
(.uurics. Loeej had thu statement 011
.Ills desk und it was lend .
1 Kanllio wasn't satisfied and moved
the lltius ho deferred.
Sheldon noved 1 1 pass.
Knleo moved to raise the tiny of all
1 lie 110 gnaids to SCO. The motion to
defer vvus lost nnd the Items passed
WHAT JOHCPII Wll.f.-IO.
Joseph moved to hoost tho figure of
S97JQ fur J.iiloiu uud gnaids of Maul
lo tU'lCU, "ho we uin give tho Jailor of
llrnia uud the. Jailor of Klpihuhi $
mum a month and I will Instruct tho
High Sheriff to do so."
I Tlio House luiighed hat passed the
amendment uud Joseph 111115 instruct.
Sheldon wanted to Isiost the Kauai
jailors, hut tho House wouldn't stand
IIA11I1ITT IS SI.ASIIi:i)
Siipctlntondeut llahliltt's Hem- w.u
1 entlied. Cone moved to give him
S250 instead of $300. 'I ho amendment
rtlio moved to give tho tluce Nor
mal Inspectors tho $200 called for, hut
to Include, tho words "including trav
eling expenses " Carried.
Coriea turned to glvu the secretary
."f lll.p,l)e1l,",llf' "f '",,,l.c '"'"''Vm"
I vi iiiniutiu 1,1 itju un in iiiu inn.
Long opposed this, and lend tha
duties of the sccietaiy lo show thnt
tho i.ikiry Is not out of pioportiou.
The nun iidinent t an led.
Correa moved to nilse tho Meuog
tupher and hook clerk to $S0 Instead
of $75. Carrltd.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
The Best Chronograph for the mon
ey In the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT 8T.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
1256 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 117.
Is kept on file at E.
C. DAKE'S ADVER-
T I 8 I N G AQENCY,
124 Santome St., San Francisco, Cal
vhere contracts for advertising cai
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uc msne ior il.