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lore Given By
Graft John D.
Uutllml4 rr.i. ,V(I CVlo
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 10.
The Grand Jury which unearthed the
trraft of Mayor achmitz and Ross
Rucf is continuing its investigations
and further sensational develop
irents arc expected.
M " frrf l'rrtn Rrrclnl Cable)
MADRID, Spain, April 10. The
Government has outlined a nr.val pro
gram wliich rails for an annual ex
penditute of sixteen millions for scv
(Aiannatrd Pro .iptcnl Cable)
HAZLETON, La., April 10. A lo
cal lank wa3 dynamited hcic today.
The lobbcrs escaped with $4000.
ygp- DULLETIN ADS. PAY "TJC
MADE IN HEWJ-ORK
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hnik Pniirr mm
THE KASii 00., Ltd.,
(Aocial?d VrtMi Aptclat Cabtel
BOSTON. Mass.. April 10. John
D. Rockefeller ha given $200,000. to
the Shanghai authorities to aid the
famine sufferers. It is said that
600,000 isminc-strickcn people arc
(Anclntrit J'reM Soeclal Cilbiei
MONTREAL, Canada. April 10.
The medical building of McGill Uni
versity was burned today, the loss
amounting to $350.0Q0. The medi
cal department of the famous McGill
University has ranked among the
best of the American continent.
tAHoclatcd Trfit Sptetal Cablet
BOSTON, Mass., April 10. Fire
destroyed central whaif on the city
front. The damage amounts to
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 15.
DEETS: 8S analysis, 0s. 4 l-2d. Par
ity, 3.00 cents. Previous quotation,
llliink hooka (if nil mirtn. loilKorfl,
'lc. lnnnnfiirtiiri'il ly llio Ilulletlii Pub
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 misrepiescnting
There is never dancer of a protest
ond always n certainty of full value
leccivcd when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
AlFreil Benjamin & Co.
TEL. MAIN 35.
C.0R. FORT and HOTEL.
1 Jr D Nn u 1 P n u H H H
i Sa tJf'itP M 6 K0 Jf Wi
Supporters Of Kalana's
RUNS AGAINST A SNAG
Representatives Vote for Extcrmina
tion of Mongoose and Protec
tion of boda Water
litli D.iy forenoon Session
Tho llouso upent luoiit or tlio morn
Ins 'oclny on two HKMMiroH, KuIiuiii'h
IncoiiHlHlent. time-worn lne.iniiio Hint
PoliH up PM'ry koshIoii, to nllow uny
onu ulio TcpIh so Inclined to k to
MoloKul ntnl try IiIh hnml lit curing
IcjicrM. iiml the Municipal lilll.
The former ine.iHiiro, of roursc.
linxKCil tlio llonip, nltliougli Kh oppo
iiuiitrt had Bhot It ho full of IioIch thut
It ip'cmlileil it (ollumlvr. A llttlci
tiling lll.u Hint, Iioclt, didn't liotli
or Hip frlcndK of tlio bill, who were
im idamoroiiH to hnu II piiHsrd after
Its InroiiHlstiMiclos luid tipon pointed
uut to Hipin iiM Hioy cru bcCtiri'.
No llnnl in Hon win) tiilpti on Ilin
Mnnlrlpil mp.iKun, which w.ik up for
thiid reading. Tlio tlRht will prob
nbly iiiuiii loinoriow. It Ik Known
Hint thcro lire xcvprnl In Hut Ilouso
who mo oppopi to II. mid koiiip of
Hiihp who lire In faor of n iiinnlrl
pal Rocrnnicnt for Ilnnnliilii nro
liikcw.trni. to hay tlio l".iHt, towmil
tlio piovlsloiiH of this p.irtlcular bill.
Tho I not Us of the opponents of nny
particular incisure whlrb (cimcs lip
fm n thu House Iiiimi now irsolvod
IhpinsplxpH Into play for time. TIipio
nru only t'llrleun dniii of the session
loft nfler todn). mid uny bill now
licfoie I in I.oirlslaturo would bnvo
to bi inn led n i.d In order to Ret It
liefino the (i(ieinor In tlnio for It
In osuipe Hut dmiKoru of the poiKet
lelo Aflor tod.i It wilt lie nlinost
lnii"isll)le for n new bill to leuoh thn
(oeiuor before the bCRlnnlliK of thu
daiiRoiouR tell d.iH.
(.'onseiiuently flie oppnuenls of any
iiiciisuie Know that If I hey can sucuio
n little del.i). they can kill tho bill.
Home tho laities illspl.ijcd by sonic
of the members.
A MOTII-KATHN MM,
Kiil.ina'tt moth-eaten leper bill,
llont-o Hilt 19!!, to nllow unybody to
co to JloIoUnl to licit leperM, wiih
tho II ist mutter taken up In thu
llniisn thin innrnlnK.
Sheblnu moved to amend by chmiR-
Iiir tho woiil "Bbnll" to "mny" HilH
inukliiR the KiuntliiR of permits by
the lioard of Health for people, to Rn
to MoloKnl illscntlonnry Instead of
Kulniiu KIcKcil He thoiiRht the
nniPuiluiRiit would rUii thn lloanl of
Health too much lo say about who
shall k to Molokal, After tlio Leg
islature adjoin ncd thn lloanl would
do ui It pleased. N
"Wo luno passed n resolution," bo
raid, "lo nllow u inrtuln peison
(Wnllnib) to pradlio on lopom.
That pei mission Is liable to stand
Rood Just so Ioiir us thn l.vRtMutum
Is In session. After ivn adjourn the
permission may bo wltbdiuwu.
MAY AND SHALL,
Kalelopu, of course, supported thn
freak lesolutlon In Hh oilRlnal uiiii
pulsoiy form. "Thn won! 'sliuH',"
ho b.ild, "reoiiiH to me better thnn tho
word 'may' I move thn bill past
Castro proceeded lo pokn n fnw
boles In tho bill, pointing out that
the bill Is ho pooily drawn that It
ought to bo ic-commltted to commit
tee. (Continued on Pa 5.)
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SUBSIDY FOR STEA
For The Contest
"The Bulletin contest is the gieat
est thing the young ladies of Hawaii
have ever had gotten up for their
benefit," said Eben Low the other
day in speaking to a Bulletin man I
of the Pacific States Tour. "It is also
r. splendid promotion scheme for the i
Islands. Furthermore, I am pleased!
with the young women who arc being
proposed. Ihey arc worthy girls and
any six of them will be capable of
representing the best side of our life
and people in Hawaii."
This is what the people generally
are saying. It is n rood feature for
Hawaii and an excellent opportunity
for the young women of the Terri
tory. Votes are being canvassed and
ttored with increased vicor throueh-
out the town and the letters from
correspondents from the other Islands
show what is thought of it outside.
llic bulletin wishes to call special
attention to the expiration date ou
the coupons, iic suic and get the
coupens in the ballot box on or be
fore the date marked for each to ex
pire. This is mentioned in order that
none in the enthusiasm to store votes
Khali wake up and find that the day
is pasted when the votes will be ac
cepted. Have every vote counted.
Vour favorite may not need c.ieh one
but it is well not to take any chances.
Enthusiasm over the contest goes
en without abatement. The bitr vote
:'rom the Island of Hawaii rather
startica tnc local contestants uut urn
not overawe them in the slightest.
Honolulu always comes to the mark
in the finals and the race is a long
one yet. Every contestant is looking
up new subscribers and although the
number to work among is not large
n account of the present large cir
culation of the Bulletin, the young
ladies will find thcin out and get the
Remember that the next count will
le published on Friday next. The
count takes place Thursday after
The Wul.ilu.i Agricultural Co., riip
lilslue In the suit of Autone II. I'viry
vs M rein.iudiz defendant, mill W.il
nliia ARrleuliiii.il Co, Rtitnlshce, ImH
lllul appeal from the decision against
Itsell to the Circuit Court.
Charles A. .Murray petitions the
(ourt lo appoint a guardian for (!corgc
C. .Murray, u mluni. In order that er
lain lepalrs 111:1) be mailo to piopcrt;
IhIuurIur to tho sahl minor.
.Ion Clark, cliaiged with UolntltiR
tho lot ins of Ids fourth-cl.isK llipioi'
license. Is on trial hoforo JiiiIrp Do Holt
lod.iv. The case may bo finished tills
Tho suit of Alho Mninl Way mid
IUhel Louise Wuj iiRninst W C I'ea
lock, an action for rent, la discon
tinued by the plaintiffs.
I.ow prices nt tho Now Hnslaml Bal
That must be a terri
ble feeling. People, whose
valuables are Btolcn by
thieves or destroyed by
fire, feel it. Don't take b
chance of being one of
those people keep your
jewels etc. safely stoted
away in one of our de
posit boxes. The rent is
50c a month.
Fort St. Hcnolul"
But Cuts Out Its Most
lahaina ki0t ii em
Senator! Do Not Concur in House
a .1 4 nt n... 41..
Amendment to Cut Out the
4"l li l),i I'orenoon Session.
The leper suspect bill, which pin
Wiled that suspects should bo treated
at thu Knlllil hnipltul until the) weru
pronounced Incuiahle, and gate them
11 right to (hooe not Icsh than two
members out of a medical examining
board of fUe, passed the Senate thin
forenoon, but was first amended, due
principal to the splendid vorli of V.
0 Smith, so Hint the most objection
uble features of thu measure weio eith
er nit out altogether or at least toned
The lllU.'i delli leiuj bill came up on
n leport from thu Vjys and Means
Committee, whkh roconimcudcd that
imp of the Items, which reimbursed tho
Pioneer Mill Co for money
on suppressing the Lahalua
cut out The propriety ns to whether
the 'territory should pay for this
caused 1111 unlimited dlscunsluu, whlcli
dually elided In attlon being defened.
The (onfeieuco committee rcKirted
011 tho liieuse hill recommending
among other tilings, that tho I louse's
amendment which cuts out tho bill
Loard license, be adopted. The bill
lnnl fight Is Presldilit Illsbop's pet
scheme and be found enough ndhcieiits
on thu Hour to support him In the
Knocking out of a motion to adopt the
leport. 'lue ;., nun .' !' Hoiisp l
said lo be due, not to 11 (Icsin . 11 til
the bill-board people, but to pass a
measure which will knock the ofieud
lug pouters out altogether.
DIVISION HILL KILLIII) .
The spcclnl commit I c' of the Hawaii
delegation leported throuRh Woods on
II1111E0 Hill .1, pravldiiiR for the dhl
sloii of thu Hint senatorial dlstibt In
llanall lulu two and to upportlon tho
Senators elected therefrom, recom
mending that it be tabled. This won
Scuatn lllll US. piovlilltiK for biennial
icpoits to thu Lcglslaluru by (outity
ollUeis, passed tlilnl leading.
House lllll 213. proUdlng that tho
loimtlis shall be ghen So per lent of
tnu iikiisu rees, (ame up for thud
ALL COCNTIHS HUT IN.
.MakeKau said that us thn bill pro
vided that thu (omity In which tho
III cases weiu collet teil, should limn
thu beuplll tlicicof, thu County of Claim
would lmu ull thu lialt-slmie of tho
bill, as all the licenses weru collected
III Honolulu. He moed to iiuieud tho
act so that i.ich county would be ben
ellled by getting a share of (ho licenses
paid l)j in lnlialillants. Tho amend
meat was ailoiUtd, The hill then passed
CUT OUT PI.ANTATIOPN CLAIM.
Dow sett lenoitud for the WayH and
Means Comuiltteu on House Hill IK1,
protlillne for thu payment of dalms
ualnst thu Teirltory prior lo .In no 30,
130.", ici3mmenillng its pnss.igo with
101110 amendiucnts. Among these wen.
the insertion of a claim of 3 for tho
llllo Tiihuur, mid thn cutting down
of an Item for J. II. Ilamln, for street
widening, from f:W lo 30, and Hni
Hitting out the Hum of SI5LM3 to re
liuburse Ilin Plonier Mill Co. for ex
pcuses Incurird In tuu Uihnlnu riot.
In ipgatd to this thu commlttcu staled
'"Hie ifem of flSl.Mi:: lo relmbursK
tlio Pioneer Mill Co, Is slrlckm out for
Hie icasou that Jour (omniitluo wn.i
ghen I11 imdcrsiund thut at tho time of
the 1 lot at l.alialna in IM.". thn Pioneer
.Mill Co, (iffercd to bear tho expciiBO of
IrunsiKiitjtloii of the trwijis from Ho
rolnlti lo Uilvlua to enable them to
suppiess (ho 1 lot that might haru In
volved thu dcaiiuclloii of their whole
ptopert), and jour couiniltteu feels
that Hie government having aiiciled to
(Continued on Pacjs 3)
LARGEST AND TINEST STOCK IN
.1. Hopp Ss Co.,
rlMM. .AuiA'jaJ-'WIl ...lj, ii rS.a jlM
The McnhnnlK Assoclailon l miet-
Iiir ibis ufliruoon lo p.isr. iiihui a pro -
position to csliilill h n hii.iuishlii llt
between Honolulu anil Han 1'o.lro rile
Ucheme It lh.it Hawaii shall subsidise
.tomlltlon Hint the (in of lis AiiRides
i.iiso 11 iii,ii iiinoiint. uie suauicrs or
the lire lo Imw fruit uirolliR taparity
ami ciiulpiuent s.itlHfiicior to the louil
riic nintler was re. entl phned be -
lore the (inwrnni It Is now IicIiiriIIk -
closed In the merih.iiiiH
Tlieie came mar belliR 11 Clilneso
1 lot In town jesterdiiy over tho 1111
1111.1l electluu of le How On Cook
Society. Thlt Is probably tho largest
Chinese benevnle it organization In
.. T.llnrv lllll! Irnnliln 1!H nrlKI.ll
littely m.-r the ir itilii-r In which tbol '.f,,r,,lM;r.1'""!V,"! "!','rC ""T n"
' ., ... Ueclloil lo tl'o HI'I Ii thm the 1I1 n
o.ucur ....... .,. ...-.., ..... "iii.".lll)I1 r ,!, tlx ,It.r.i. 0,v COI11UIH.-.1
led li) the presl lent of tho society, I h Mll. a ,,nniginph of scetlon 1J7X 01
IMtiR I. urn .Mot. t'eliiB In faor of ai0 Ucvlsed Ijiws. is omitted from Hi--new-
manner of londiictlng tho elec- tcctlou m ameinled li) this lllll.
Hon, nml the oilier faction wishing m ,
(Continued on Paae .) jcy BULLETIN ADS. PAY TJI
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It hi unite probable that "Due tor" .1 l.or Waltaeh. in spite of
the lesolutloiiH passed by the House ami Senate, will not have bis
inueb-deslred whack at tho lepur. either at the sell lenient nt Ku
laiipiipa or .it tho receiving station at Kallhl 1 be Hoard or
HcaltU ma) deeldo lint lo grant him Its permission to experi
ment on Its unfortunate charges mid Wnlhiih will probabl) eiy
noon llnd out Hint If tries to buck 11)1 against the Hoard ho Is
up .against u prutly hard proposition.
The Wal I nib matter was considered by tho Hoard of Health
cstcrd.t afternoon. Thn meeting was huh) In executive session
and noun of those present will dlvulgo what transpired. President
Plnkham submitted 11 plan under which Wallacli should conduct
his experiments without tho slightest Interference, by tbo lloanl
and under which ho oven drew pay from the (lovernment during
thu slv months which were allotted In lilin, but tbo proposition
evidently stuck In tho throats of Hie Hoard, unci tho proposition,
which was In tlio foilii of 11 letter, which was to bo sent to the
l.eglslatuie. was. It Is said, not adopted.
Just what tho grounds for tho llo.ud's stand arc cannot be
usceilalueil al present. That It has good legal ground Id stand on
may bu considered fairly certain, especially since Attorney (!en
ur.il Peters nttended tho meetlliR In his cap.u ity as A member of
tbo Iloiid. It In probable Hint tho Hoard takes tho stand that a
lesoltitloii Is not 11 law, mid that it rests seeuie in tho feeling
Hint no hills could ho passed after toda). which would not be sub
ject to tho fatal pocket M'lo.
105 J Fort Street
.r)lp nm i,ivihhs of iln- lb"i
ln(, ,,,,1,,! n, leadlnR of i'n "
or- moxraKf mIoIiir House I'l'l
raMuK n. imome lax cv n.pib n 'n
,,(l(l(l IO j,,,,M, nn() senate hi I 11
' ,,n,m ,I"B f,h" ' ',' '" '
,,! in Ihe production of eel lain ak
u,ura prmlnu. Iwl. pineapple
rmislilriDtliin of llien iwu x "'
( ., )(!)Kliotiid, Hie flrat one d n n
ifecoiul until Thurcda.
i m il ei() of the Imonif lax m
, ,,n t,r Uuvernor soi
Kim entliimtei hlch Iiiim- !'
lurnlsheil me. this will mcun 11 ! u. .1
! In the ieenue of (he Terrltoii nt
pioxlnmtel) ?15.(SIU. und the lluan
1 Inl eondltlou of the Terrltorv ihw s "i
w irrant mn decrruse In Us nwiiui '
The pnrpoie of the lllll la proluM .
in tho iimlii, to nffonl relief 10 pi 1 n
hivliiK small Incomes. Thu estlniiiiii
l 1 'm, show Hint tills pnrpou wi'i
. ' r ill. for of thu $15,000 thu- lo
i-i the li'irlton, dill) about 0111-thlid
is being paid by persons hinliu, un
Imome of between $1,000 and Jl ".
tho remaining two-thlnU being paid In
iursous having mi lunime 111 in
I Of SlflOO
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NEW STYLES IN THOMPSON DUOS.
And S5 Shoes
Before you purcbate any shoes you
thould look over our Thompson Bros,
line for men. We have Just received
mother large shipment of these hand
tome shoes. The new styles are par
ticularly attractive, repretentlnrj the
acme of shoe comfort and elegance.
Balmorals and Oxfords and come In
Patent Colt, Kid, Gun Metal and Tan
Shoe Co, Ltd.,
Phone Main 282
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