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THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1907.
This vote It ooocl until
May 2, 1907.
Moann . . t May 4 y.
Manuka May 1
BULLETIN (nAIl flUUlffi RESULTS
Vol. IX No. 3664
HONOLULU. rKKRITORT OP HAWAII. TIIUKSDAY. APRIL 11. 1907
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PRIMARY LAW ADVOCATES AT
FOR PRIMARY LAW
Tlio "Kn Nal Aupunl" publishes
mi artltlu (if which tlio following Ik
A urn ml pulillc meeting will lio
li old liy the lldiiii! Ilulo party at
Aula Dark on Satin day night, April
13, tu discuss the primary law ami
other Important subjects which nro
properly liefoio tho Legislature. The
meeting coiiiiiienccrt at 7 o'clock
The speakers of tho evening will
he President Chun. K. Notlcy, Vlco
I'leildent KalaiiDkalanl Sr., Hon. II.
'M. Kanllio, the raiinon hall of Ko
pf7.a; Hun. S. K. Mahoe. the ruler of
the waxes of Walaliia, anil other
pioinlneiit oratorH. The puhllc In
wanted to attend tho meeting for tho
purpose of discussing questions which
are vitally Important for the puhllc
When nppio.ichcd on tho subject,
President Notlcy said that tho pur
pose of the meeting in to give Home
understanding to the people ns la
what the primary law Is. A largo
nuniher of the natives and even tho
working-class haoles do not unite un
derstand the exart Intent and pur-
GAY OWNS LANAll
Charlie (lay to tho Lord or taunt.
The deeds traiufeirlng the propeity to Mr. (ity wcie filed at the
Registrar's olTlco this morning nnil Mr. Gay Is In iiiniplele toiitinl to
lejiiveuate the Island mil make blossoms hloom wheio Hand now
Plows and the goats noil snr.y
The deeds tiled ,'ils morning thotv that (Jay has secured tho
Spicehlcs and Irwin Intcros's on l.imal of between thirty and llilttv
ouo thousand acres for JiU.OOU. A mortgage Is also filed In favor of V.
0. Irwin for $192,000.
These papers complete tho tanal transaction in accordance with
tho pluns that have bce-i ficqucutly stated, and Mr. (lay uow goes
forward to win hark soma if the tliousaiids ho expended on the Island
In an attempt to make tho Pind profitable when under dual ownership.
43d Day roienoon Session
Outside of Hire's attack on (lotorn
nr Carter and his dam policy, as told
of elsewhere, tlio work of tho llouso
this morning was without special fea
tures. The usual grist of hills was
run thiough the legislative mill, none
ot them of any great Interest.
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, pose of the law, yet n good many of
I them have been hllndly misinformed,
j 'This meeting Is open to all pollt
' leal artlcs to take part, anil Senator
Olillllngwortli, who Is reported at
opposed to tho passage of primary
Jaw, should avail himself of this op
portunity and say something to tho
Ilawallans, on Saturday night,' 'sal I
Vrcsidcnt Notlcy. "Those who deslro
to say sonicthlng uliout tho primary
law and other Important suhjecti
'will ho permitted to speak."
It was reported yesterday that IM
Itor I'oepoe of the Home Itule oig.in
I will oindatc as Interpreter and tho
Kngllsh-speaking people Is likewise
expected to he present.
To cut out the monotony of tho
night the Homo Ilulo dice Chili will
Tho Hawaiian.! nro hegtnnlng to
feci that they will have a treat at
the hands of Kanllm, whose oratori
cal power Is well Known to all the
Tho subject of vaccination will ho
dwelt upon and Hint alone will sure
ly draw a largo number nf 1 lawn li
nns I'rom the outside districts.
Tlio only light that developed was
ner the bill to prevent tho destrue
Hon of forest trees. This measure
was Introduced at the Instanco of tlio
Chief of tho Forestry Department
with tho intent to protect Tantalus
and tho Manoa valley, whero much
damage Is being done by Japanese.
and other flower and shrub-gather
Hut tho bill did not prove at nil n
popular one and was tho object of
fierce attacks by Kanllio, Knlelopu
nnd Mahoe, who in long speeches ex
pressed their belief that It would
provo u greut injury to tho poor peo-
(Continued en Page 3)
The Value Of
In no line of hniineii in thi Oliver's
confidence of more importance than
in me selling oi ciotmng.
The dealer who attempts to con
vince the buyer that his goods are the
uesr, ana mat his place u the place
where the belt could he nhtnnifi
must see that the facts conform to
his Statements, and Hint hti irnnrln nro
in every way up to the standard. He
TtAfl lv aVVam mm mmmmm A A 11 A - --
imu ucuci never try to sen to a man
than to mislead him or to exaggerate;
for the customer will nnicklv riinenv.
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 HEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL.
His Nuuanu Dam Policy
DOES AS BE PLEASES IN
DEFIANCE OF LEGISLATURE
Kauai Representative Accuses Chief
Executive of Wrongfully Spen
ding. Money on the
Tito storm that has been brewing
ever tho Kxecutho policy on tho Nu
uanu dam broke Inoso this morning,
accompanied by vivid Hashes of
wrathful lightning and the roar of
oratorical thunder. Representative
It I co was for the moment the Jove
who wielded the thunder-holts.
The plllkla was stirred up by the
Governor's nicssngo to tho Legisla
ture which ho sent as an accompani
ment to tho hill for special appro
priations under the Loan Hill.
In reciting tho purposes for which
tho Legislature Is requested to rc-ap-piopriate
somo 1 1 1 T. , U 0 0 , tho Govern
or passed as lightly as possihlo over
tlio Nuuanu dam proposition, devot
ing only one short paragraph to It.
Hut If he hoped that It would esr
cape special notice, hl hopes wero
Itlce, as chairman of tho Klnanco
Committee, Introduced the hill. Hut
when the message ficun the Incen
tive was read he hopped to his feet
with blood In his eye and expressed
In no uncertain teims his opinion of
the Governor and the policy of the
latter In regard to the Nuuanu dam
and the holding hark by Carter ot
appropriations made by tho last Leg
islature. "I sco now," said Wee, "why they
have held up all this loan money
Just to (timplele the Nuuanu dam.
That U wliy they nro holding up tho
money of tho outside Islands. They
have silent IU.0,000 on tho dam.
They wnnt $7ii,000 more. I say wo
have not been treated fairly. The
last Legislature was not treated fair
ly. "Tlio last Legislature rcportoJ
(gainst this matter. They liavo gone
ahead tho KxecutiVe and spent
money Just us they pleased. What
is tho use of having any Legislature
II they aro going to do this?
"Tho commlttco of tho last Legis
lature reported against spending that
money for tlio Nuuanu dam. They
appropriated 200,000 for water
works general, and the Governor has
(pent It nil on the Nuunnu dam.
"Ot course this matter will have
to ho thrashed out In this House be
fore wo make any appropriation, but
I Just wanted to say something on it
while I felt hot "
Sheldon took tho s.uno vlow of tho
matter as Illce, characterizing tho
Governor's message as an attempt at
The Speaker nnnounccd that tho
message would bo received uud placed
Tho Governor's message Is In part
The attached statements show that
on April 1, 1907, the rash balance ot
loan funds In tho Treasury, less out
standing warrants, was 381,.117.IG.
Against this theio are existing con
tracts with suras to be expended be
fore June 30, 1907, amounting to
S23(t,199.no, leaving a balance, of
Hnthor than proceed further with
tho letting of contracts on those
Items which aro Included in tho Loan
Act and practically absorb the larger
portion of this balance, I liiofer to
submit for your consideration tho ac
(Continued on Page 2)
CHOICE ONES to Mainland polntc,
at law ratei. Leave your orders at
Capt. Otwcll, of the f S Hnclneer
Corps, paid a visit to Pearl Hiiihur
this morning for the purpose of look
ing mcr tho hind in that vblnll. it
Is understood that he visited tho lauds
ot the (Jueen Hninm Hstaln which tho
(Internment will piobahl) bu In the
near future fur fortllUatlon purposes.
In recent malls riom Wiishliigton Hie
news has come that the plans submit
ted by Capt. Otwell for the Makaptiu
lighthouse have been approved. This
means that as soon as the Department
of Justice has approved the deeds for
the title of tho land width is to be
purchased from the lllshop Hstate the
building of the" new protection imalmt
shipwreck will comment c
Capt. Otwcll will pa his second visit
to lltlo In the near futille uud take
up the matter of the Hllo In oak water.
According to the appropriation Mil
the chief of engineers must npprow or
the nppropilatinn and be satisfied that
tho good done to (ouimerto will bo
commensurate with-the amount ($100,
(100) to be expended. C.ipt Otwell will
tunkc it icport to his chief on which
the llmil derlsiiii will probably be
LIQUOR BILL'S FATE
FEARED BY SENATE
The Senate iidjoiiiued this afternoon
afteruduptlng ibe leporl of the lom-
miiien oi me wuoie on tlic wan mil,
passing It on second rending
Chlllliigworth and otlieri Interested
in liquor legislation wliu arrived after
tho adjournment, wern much dlsap
pointed, as they had ronlcuiphitid to-
cousiueriiig tlie pas a,'o or til.) ll.pior
bill in order to amend It by making tho
number of saloons ouo to etcry 1000
liiliubltaiils Instead or every 1600 In
habitants, ns It now stands. It Is
claimed that tho House would have
pased the bill, had it been thus
amended, while us it Is It will simply
1 LIQUOR PROBLEM
PROPER REGULATION IS
WHAT DEALERS WANT
Ryan Finds Valuable Quotation on
Temperance Legislation The
Amendments to Pres
Kdltor livening Bulletin. Anent
tho vexing liquor problem, Mr. Kdl
tor, let us by way of n brief quota'
lion borrow fiom the experience of
Itahbl Moses, of Mobile, Ala,, who In
his address on the liquor question
spoko ns follows:
"To my mind tho liquor question
cannot bo solved by nny legislation,
and I reasoned with my cxpciicnco
with Jewish men, prohibition has
failed Igiinmliilnusly, and all other
schoines of a similar nature, such as
tho dispensary plan. 'The States that
wore diy for yeais havo nlmost bo
come wot,' and last week, In South
Carolina, the once glorified dispen
sary t)stem gavo up tho ghost. Leg
islation has accomplished very little
towards bringing about tho Ideal con
dition for the use of liquor. When
men cannot get by law what they
want, thoy will get It by stealth or
deceit. Tho main reason that tho
Jewish child in tho normal Jewish
(Continued on Paja 7.)
Bishop Leads Fight To
COUNTY ATTORNEYS HAVE
TflEII SALARIES RAISED
Undated Resignation Bill Is Amend
ed bo That the uovernor tan
13d Day rorenoon Session.
The Senate took mi tho famous
county grab bill on second reading this
morning, and went throilgh it in short
older. There was In tho beginning J
strong teiidenc-v to raise the salnilcs
of the higher county officers, but this
was met by linn opposition headed by
lllshop. Dimeter, it was contrived to
nil bo the county altornets, but some
of those who voted In fntor of the most
extravagant raises stated later on out
side the Senate, that they merely did
su to get the bill to it (olifcrelie.) com
mittee, which would turn the whole.
llouso Hill 20C, providing for a home
for boys bom at the settlement: and
House Dill (it;, lelatlng to the laud
commissioner passed first reading.
The kinds Committee reported on
Semite Dill SI, the railroad bill, stating
that tho amendments mado by tho
House to this bill did not seem tu
change it materially, and recommend
ed that the Senate concur, fills was
The same committee reisirted on the
matter ot Mrs, Sarah II. Henry, who
h.ul purchased a lot at Kuolie, l'tiiia,
WILLIAMS IS HOASTDD.
Your ccnunltvn havo Interrogated
the Commlssloiiei of i . , : 1 "'ids and
Sub-Agent Williams of the His. Laud
District and nnd that Mr. Williams had
lulled to report to the Commissioner
the mallei Involved herein. Tho evi
dent o shows that Mrs. Henry has ful
filled tho conditions required to glvu
her a patent to the lot in question, and
that upon her making certain proof
required by law to be mado nnd pay
ing in the cash pa) meat due, she is
entitled to the Grant
The Commissioner of I'uhllc Lands
so admitted and stated and jour Com
mittee feel that Mrs. Henry will be
given every assistance by tho Public
Lands Department to obtain her rights.
Your Committee, from the testi
mony, find that Mr. Williams has not
a proper uiideistundliiE of tho duties
of his ofllcu and his acts and manner
Indicate that he docs not uccord those
having business relations with his of'
(Ice the courtesy and consideration duo
them. In fact, ho Is rude, curt and
unmannerly ami wo leconimend that
the Commissioner severely ccusuro him
In that icspect, and Instruct him that
he Is u sen ant of tho people and
should politely answer questions usked
by laud holders uud others having re
lations with tho Department; that ho
Is there Tor thut purpose nnd should
em inn age the business of his office by
explaining to tenants fully their rights
and duties and to assist them by so do
ing lu perfecting their claims utidei
'this was adopted.
Coelbi) introduced a petition for a
subsidy fur tho wlieless service. He
feried to the Miscellaneous Commit'
Tho chair appointed Woods, Ha) set
den and Chllllngwoilh on tho commit
tee called for by the Ha)seldeu school
The Conference Committee on Sen
ate Dill 73, giving tho counties the
power of eminent domain In ceitnln
cases, recommending that tho time
Klveu owners in which to accept
awards, ho extended to 30 d.i)s. Adopt
ed. (Continued on Page 2)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 10.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. 2 l-4d. Par
ity, 3.92 cents. Previous quotation.
8s. 0 3-4d.
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK" IN
J. Hopp & Co,,
IS JJILL OUT
NEW YORK, N. Y.( April 11. The jury in the Thaw case is still
cut. No verdict has yet been reached.
m i i
Columbian ID. 0. Mills
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Anril 11.
The American-Hawaiian steamer Co
lumbia was launched today from the
Union Iron Works.
DOVER, Eng April 11. The Brit
ish destroyers Col..: and Falcon were
damaged today by n collision.
DEDICATING TO CARNEGIE
PITTSBURG, Pa.. April 11. The
dedication of the Carnegie Institute
began today. The exercises will con
tinue three days.
CHAPLEAU, Ontario, April 11.
A wreck occurred on the Canadian
Pacific today. Fifteen passengers are
The transport Sherman Is duo to
arrive Saturday next Tho manage
ment of tho Mouna Hotel has already
planned to glte a dance Saturday
night In honor of Quartermaster Cap
tain C. K. llabcock and tho officers
and Indies of the transport. If a
regimental hand accompanies the
troop Manager Herlscho can bo de
pended on to secure Its services to
play during the dinner hour and for
a concert aftorward.
The Moana extends a cordial Invi
tation to local Army and Navy peo
ple, visiting strangers In tho city,
and nil friends of the hotel from ev
erywhere. Tickets for tho second stereoptlcon
lecturo to be given at the St. Unil.t
Collego Hall Saturday evening at 7:30
o'clock by the noted traveler and lee
tuier Dr. C A. I'ayne, may be re
served at the Territorial Messenger
Servlco office. Telephone Main No.
3GI. Subject, "A Itnmblo Through
Huiope." Knglaud. Prance, Holland,
the lthliie, Switzerland and Italy.
105 J Fort Street
' i in. ifrnnrii i Miir- 1 JJiriiiiiiiM
lAnoctaitd l'ritt Sptcfal ttallej
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 11. D.
0. Mills has resigned ns a director of
the Southern Pacific Railway.
MxiApUtfti rr Spcotal Cable)
raw YORK. N. Y.. April 11. Re
lined sugar advanced ten cents a
fAtiorlmltd JVw b-af Callll
LONDON, Etig.. April 11. The
Great Eastern Railway's steamer
Brussels is ashore nt Dover.
The trustees and all members of tin
Hooiilu and lloola Ijihul aie rcqltcstci
to attend the Fpechtl meeting utile
for tomorrow morning, April 12, at I
o'clock, at the Kaplolanl Mateiult)
Home, Ileietunht street.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenln
Bulletin glvei a complete summary o'
the newt of the day.
we arc sometimes plung
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Deep and black arc the
shadows, and many of us
never emerge from them.
Others, who do manage
to get out in the open air
again arc haunted by
these shadows black
ghosts, as it were, of
debts contracted during
the period of illness or
incapability for work. Be
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