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Vote to Promote Hawaii and Help Your Favorite to the Best Trip of Her Life
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May 8, 1907.
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HE HUEQi SDPPIIES THE OPPORTUSITV -VOU SUPPLY HIE KOIES EDITION
Vot. TV No. 3670
HONOLULU rKURTTOKY OH HAWAII. THUKSDAV AL'KIL 18. 1907
i'ltlOB 6 Oentb
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' AYES -Brown, Chillingworlh, Lane, Dowsctt, Gandall, Ha- '
' kcknu, Woods, Bishop. 3. '"'
NOES -Cod'ao, Hnysclden, Hewitt, Kalama, Knudsen, Smith, "
McCarthy. 7. ''
This was the vote by which the Senate today definitely kill- '
ed the jirimary 'law by indefinitely postponing it on motion by
Chillingworth. The bill would have pasted had not Lane switch-
cd his vote of yesterday, and joined the conspirators against the '
it it l' "V W ' ft V.'- ".
The primal) Mil was taken up mi
Motion by Coelho, who was absent
jostcrduy. On tlio wliolc, tlio mem
bers of tlio Maul delegation Uuv,
Hiiougli 111" light, shown themselves
In hoIIi) iilial.'ilix iih being nlinvu
breaking their pledge.
Knudscn, win) j'psterday Joined lit
'li veto of thoso who hail tlin 1111
tabled. because liu felt convinced tli.it
tliu .intendments mailo liy I .a mi made
It worth Iosb than nothing, Joined
thoso who wished to roainslder.
Tills gave thoso who wanted to
pass tho hilt numctlcil strength ntiil
fnitoil .lolui L'. I..1110 to kIiow hlniKulf
In IiIb tutu I'filtirH. Yfstonlay ho h.nl
tie a Bl.lllfnl polltldiiti niniiiiRod to
ccapn tho oillittn atlachpil to I ltd
pleilKC-hrcnUor by ostoiiBlbly mtpport
iliK tlio bill, tlioimli ho tried bin beat
to Kill It by utiilcrhauilvil ainctiil
luontu. Today tho iiollil Nolo of tho
KcnatoiH who hold tholr word micre'l
would havo rarrlcd tho bill had l.anu
votod an ho did yciitci tlay. Ho was
thcipforo forced to cast nway liU
tiiask ami Join tho plpdRi'-brc-akorH,
who, It-it by ChlllltiRWtirtli, tied with
tlin supporters of tho bill, and R.ilnol
tho victory by tho vote of lliuhop,
who milled anutlier biokctt pledRo tn
M.tKpliail, who Iiiih on several oc
raslons heeu ronaplctiouu as a wlllltiK
tool. lompU'lfd Mm KIIIIiir of tho bill
by m.ikltiR .i motion tn ri'ioiislder,
whli'li failed, and which ho himself
MADK IN NLWOTORK
THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
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Hotiho Illll 21G. relatliiR to limurancd
corporations and companies; Ilouso
Illll 211. relalliiR to show licenses;
Hoiiko Illll ?,", piovldlliR for tlio ex
emption of family homesteads from
forced sale; pasi-cd third rcaillliR.
COMMITTKU ON SAUAUIES.
The lloitso i el in ned Senate Illll "0,
tho lerrlloiliil salary bill, whem It had
passed third milling wltlrsomo untend
lucnts. Ilayseldcn moved to nut con
cur. Carried. The chair apiolnted
Dowsctt, Smith, Woods, Kalama and
Ktiudson as a confcicmu comtnltlee.
HAITI 1IONDS SOON.
Maul Hoard of Supervisors sent In a
icstihitlou providing for the loan ot
$110,000 under tlio now net, which pio
vlilcs for the Issuanco of Ixnuls by tlio
eoiintlcs. It petitioned tor tho ap
proval of tho legislature. On motion
by Kalama, tho matter was icfcrrcd
to tho Special County Committee.
amknds oaiinisiii:i: inr.u
The Judiciary Committee reportod
on Hoiiso Hill 111, making the amount
of salary stipends, etc., which can bo
paid plaintiffs on Rurnlrhco proceed
ings Till per rent. The passage of tho
bill was recommended with an amend
ment educing the amount to :." per
Tho Judiciary Committer reported
on ItoiiBO Hill 179, legulatllig tho ex-
pcndlttno of public, moneys: ami
IIouso Illll 20:i, I elating lo tho rlghtu
of hotel keepers In icspcit to the bag-
gigo or their guests, lvcommemllug tho
passage of both,
TOO MUCH Al'TIIOItlTV.
Tlio Hiimn loinmllteo teporlcd on
llouso Hill 131, giving tho Umil Com-
nilbsloiier with tho consent of tho (lov
ci nor tho light lo sell, lease or dispose
of ceituln nubile lands, which they aro
now prohibited from disposing of. Tlio
Loinmlttco found that the bill gave
widir scope of authority thun It could
recommend, and recommended that u
bo tallied. Tho report was udopted.
COUNTY SA1.AHIE3 SIJTTI.UH.
Tho conference commltteo on Mouse
Illll I3fi. the county sulury grab hill,
icporled ravorlng the passage of tho
bill as passed by tho Senate, with some
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The Value Of
In no line of business is tlio 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,'nd that his goods are
in evtry way up to the standard. He
had better never try to sell to a man
man mislead mm 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
received when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfrbu Benjamin & Co.
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL,
riHll IV Willi:
Secy- Wood Has Plan
For Delegation To
Seeietary Wood pipseutcd the fol
lowing report to tho Promotion Com
liiltton at its meeting today:
Plans for an excursion to Hawaii
of the members of the California
Press Association are still being con-
nldered. Our agent In San riancisio,
Mr. J. Walter Scott, writ pi, under J
date or April nth, mat it win nn
Ironi thirty to fifty ditys befoio the
Oceanic Steamship Company will lu
In a position tn determine whether
Mic of. their boats will bo available ,
for such u trip. They place the cost
pf either the Slctra, Sonoma or Ven-
(lira for n three weeks' trip to Ho-!
nolitlu and rotiirn via llllo at $'-''"-'
lino, which would Include metis ami
l.crths at nil times ilurlng that po-t
ilod. Mr. Scott Is now in consulta
tion with Mr. V. W. Hlchardfon.i
president of tlio California Press Aa-,
r.oclatlou, and hopes to bo nblo In,
CIvd iih some definite information hy
next mall. In the event of the Press
Association nut being nblo to pull off
Iho larger excursion, Mr. Scott liud
heen authorized by tho Oceanic
Rlenmshlp Company tn offer a rate of
$100 for not less than fifty members
nf tho Asxocl.itloii tn Honolulu; and
return by the steamship Alameda
with an additional e liar go of $ for
return by nny of tho Pacific Mall
Whllo there was some discomfort
and unpleasantness caused by tho
crowded condition of tho Ohio, yet
this excursion was n distinct succesi
nnd rcllccts great credit upon tlin
rlialrman of tlio l.os Angelcs-llono-lulii
Exclusion Committee. Mr. Her
ron. and thoic directly associated
with him. The citizens of Un Ango
les generally aro cnthuslnMlo over
tho mi rompllsliment and feel that
legulir communication between
RouIIip r f,allf'"-nlu and Hawaii will
I; i) In ought aboui In the near future.
Ily tho last hlcninor wo forwarded
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Word has been reccUed that Iho
Aiab Patrol of tho Shrlue will have
nccuuiiiiod.itlou on tho Siberia- when
the slenmer arrives hero next Tuesday.
Tho transportation ariaiigcnieuts aro
all made and the pally Is qtillo leady
for thu dip all hut the last llnlslilngs.
Or. C. II. Cooper, delegato to tho
Coiielavo, will bead Iho party and Josli
Tucker Is to iiimiiiauil tho Important
rear guard. Tom Sharp Is painting a
splendid banner for tho palrollerH and
n big banner Is being prepared by
.Stanley Stephenson, which will llo.it
1 1 mil the bleiuner ami adoin tho car In
which lliu crowd trawls.
It will bo a ulco time.
A letter rccclicd by tho promotion
ilepnitmeiit of tho Henry Walerliouso
Tiusi company from Ooorgo I.jcurgus
Mates that Iho pit at Kilaue.i is hob
bling lu gieat shape. Since tho slump
of tlio bottom a short tlmo ago, tho ac
tivity bus. been renewed with Increas
ing vigor, and tlio display is the best
i y. t.
Visiting tliothors; Tho local lodge
lu r-n1n tn li.il.l fi t-iielitl kn,.Mliit. .tn
Saturilm evenlni? Hie L'flth il nF AiiHI
In the 1.1 hall on King btnet, ami you
ore requested lo ho present. If j mi
can't find tho place, Just 'phono ".Main
182" mid wo will send for ou.
i.w wi i i ,im iii i lammmtam
CHOICE ONES U Mainland points,
t low rates. Leave your orders at
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Ol liS TUESDAY
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The House tills afternoon ic
vlvcd tho Miinlcli.il bill on thlul
leading and proe .-iled with Its
Yesterday the bill was Unlet- .
Inltely poitponed as a resimiisc
In tho Senate Mile .U.lliig the
The-House also adopl-d tho
Conference Comtnlttic ii'mii on ,
the so-called "grab bill.''
The Municipal bill Is being filled '
f full of nmetiilments.
Tho .Municipal bill fllnally passed
l,y u vole of 2S to 1.
Count To Be
The second count of the Paciflo
States Tour contest will take place
this afternoon and the result pub
lished in tcmorroiv's issue.
It is doubtful that there will be
any sensational changes nt this stage
of the contest. It is certain, how
ever, that the outside Island girls
will hold high, and unless a large
bunch comes in this afternoon for
some of the local favorites the out
siders will still hold the lead.
"I don't worry about the outsid
ers," remarked one of the' Honolulu
young women the other day. "I have
votes staked out and I am going to
get more, though I am now near the
bottom of the list. There are sever
al weeks yet and a good many people
to be heard from."
The Honolulu girl docs not get ex
cited when the others arc making
their great strides. She believes that
her friends will see that the town is
represented and not all those in Ho
nolulu will vote for the young wom
en of the other Islands.
"Jim" McCandlcss admitted this
morning that the six young ladies
who will co to the Coast as the
guests of the Bulletin will attract as
much attention as the Arab patrol
lers of the Shrine. It would be un
fair to tell whether "Kimo" sub
scribed for seven days or seven years
or whether he subscribed at all. be
cause it is not right that the Bulletin
should get the popular bachelor into
trouble. Since the Bulletin told
about Lem Abies' hens, Arab Patrol
ler Abies has had all kinds ot re
Quests for etttrs. It is certain "Kimo"
McCandless would be bombarded with
demands for votes if it were known
whether he Ins subscribed for the
Bulletin nnd has votes in his inside
Remember that the count will be
That must bo a terrii
blc feeling. People, whose
valuables arc stolen by
thieves or destroyed by
fire, feel that way. Don't
take a chance of being
one of those people keep
your jewels etc. safely
stored away in oce of our
deposit boxes. The rent
is SOc p. month,
jfM Company, Ltd.
Fori St. Hcnolul'i
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Matson Boat Leaves For
Coast With Cargo
The Matson steamer Hilonlau left
for tho Coast nl exactly noon, enrry-
ug n full list of passengers and the
lunil. Shu nlso took 11,700 tons of
law sugar for San I'lunclsio. As slur
went out she was saluted by the In
trepid and sumo of the lutur-lsland
boats, which whistled, wishing the
t.lilp u fast and pleasant trip to lh
Tho seunn at tho Oceanic wharf ai
the llllonl.in pulled out was typical
of Alameda day. Tho band was on
hand to play tlio ustiirl national uu
thems and tho lei-women were lu evi
dence with their many garlands of
Mowers. The ship herself was u mod
el of cleanliness, and while she do
Note the gro.itor part of her cpaeo to
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The contract for grading and filling
lu the lot at the Immigration station,
putting mnsipilto netting on tho
various rooms and placing u top dress
lug of six Inches of loam on the lot.
In order that a lawn may bo planted,
will bo awarded In H. J !rl for tho
sum of $7,77S, aeroidllig to a Iiotlllea
tliui which has leached lnspcctor-ln-Chlef
llawiiond Drown. Them wero
two otficr bidders for tho work, John
Walker and John Oiidcrklrlc.
Under tho authority given him to ap
point three extra guards. Inspector
Ilinwii has appointed Manuel Spencer
mid Stephen l.ukua lu Ihls position.
His third n ' it!ii"iit will ho uu-
I'oiiiK i'il later.
Arab Palioller U'ln Abies was asked
this morning legardlng his prize hens.
I hunt ImiHirtaul matters under ioii-
slderatliiu, hut I annot talk for pub
lication at this time," responded thu
NEVADAN SAILS TOMORROW
Tho American-Hawaiian steamer
Nevailaii Is si Implied to sail for San
l-'iunt'lsio totiionow afternoon nt f
o'clock, taking passengers and freight
lor Iho Coast. It was originally tho
Intention, for In r to leave hero Satur-
il.iv hut sliu ramo In ahead of lime and
her cargo has been plated on Isiard
quicker than was expected.
SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE
lluthshehn M. Allen, Mark P Itohln
Mm, J. O. Carter ami Paul Miihlendorf
loday llled Bull for foreclosure of mort
gage against Joseph and Esther Pan-
huiV. Inc. moiigago Is alleged In bo
for J2000, and was given In 180s on
tcitnjn lauds illuated at Kiipaluiua,
Honolulu; Keaiihou, N.'Kona, mid Ku-
waiiiil 2, Komi-waena, Hawaii.
SONOMA DUE APRIL 30
Irwin k- Co has been notified by
table that tho Oceanic steamer .Sono
ma left Auckland lothi). She should
urrlvo held about April 30. Tlicro will
be accommodations for some passen
gers for the Coast hut Just how many
has not been ascertained,
TAFT IS NEAR HOME
SAN JUAN, P. R., April 18. Sec
ictary Taft sailed for home todav,
He stopped here on his return from
a tour of inspection at Panama.
KING IN ITALY
GAETA, Italy, April 18. King Ed
waid VII., accompanied by Queen
Alexandra, arrived here today. They
were welcomed by King Emmanuel.
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
' THE ISLANDS.
J. Hopp & Co.,
Japanese Consul 'linot.il S'lio bus reielM'd a M e n i
from Consul Morikawa in V.uu ei"i. adilslng Mr Saiin to velili
Imlil the emigration of Jiip.inr-c labours to aiieoiiver. Tin- .'
btegiain has been published In the loi.il Japanese pnpprs.
It Is said that the untl-Japaiiese feeling 111 Vnneouver is s.i
gieat that tho Consul deemed li licit to nop further cimiitii,
lupance Immigrants for the prnent. It Is nuiinreil that tin
Japanese worklngmeu there niu working for exceeillngh low
Of.e of tlio .lap.ineso hotol-kcopors nlso rceplved a cablegram
Jesterday from Ills In other, who now resides In Valicouvpr. The
cahlo referied to tho one received by Consul flenprnl Snllo and
reads as follows:
"A bill restricting the Immigration of Japanoto was Int induc
ed lu the Canadian Parliament and passed first reading. I dim i
think it will pass the second and third readings. The P.irlli
ment closes Its work on the l'Jth and the bill will not he iut"l
upon within two tin) I Pay for laborers employed nn railroads mid
111 sawmills is $l.r a day. Newspapers hero ndvortlso the p.i.
of laborers III Alaska at 12. 2a : i'.i "
ft tf it ii it it it it it it H it Htr it
'Frisco Celebrates By ;
Service And Song
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April IS.
utter in which the city was destroyed by fire following an earthquake,
was celebrated today by church scrvicd throughout the city. This even
ing the Mr ;hauts' Association hold a banquet, and the city will be elab
orately i" -inatcd.
Gould Road Will
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 18. The Western Pacific (the Gould
toad) will immediately spend $2,500,000. on the development of its Oak
DEATH ROLL IS 75,000
SIMLA. India, April 18. Seventy
five thousnnd deaths from plague oc
curred in India during the week end
ing April 13.
CURRY FOR NEW MEXICO
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 18.
George Curry, who has been Govern
or of Samar, has been appointed by
the President as Governor of New
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The anniversary of the great dis-
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 17.
SUGAR: 00 degree Centrifugals, 3,73
cents, or $74.G0 per ton, Previous
quotation, 3.735 cents. '
BEETS: 88 analysis, Oj. 4 l-2d.
Parity, 3.0G cents. Previous quota
tion, Os. 5 1-ld.
3 WOMEN ARE DEAD
MONTREAL, Canada, April 18.
Fire in a laundry here today killed
three women employes of the place.
NEW STYLES IN THOMPSON PROS.
And $5 Shoes
Before you purchase any shoes you
thould look over our Thompson Bros,
line for men. We have just received
another large shipment of these hand
some shoes. The new styles are par
ticularly attractive, representing the
acme of shoe comfort and elegar,ce.
Balmorals and Oxfords and come In
Patent Colt, Kid, Gun Metal and Tan
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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