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Vote to Promote Hawaii and Help Your Favorite to the Best Trip of Her Life
From San Francisco:
Hongkong Mnru .... Apr. 17
Korea Apr. 30
For Sin Francisco:
America Mara Apr. 13
Siberia Apr. 23
Muntia May 4
Manuka May 1
The EVENING BULLETIN
PACIFIC STATES TOUR.
FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1907.
This vote Is good until
May 9, 1907.
! 3:30 O'CLOCK HE BU1LETIN SUPPUESl THE OMWimHil SUPPLY IBE VOTES EDITION
Voi,. TV No. 367J
HONOLULU rEURITORT OR HAWAII. KiilDAY. APRIL 19. J907
OCEANIC PUTS SIERRA ON LOCAL
TRIAL TRIP WITH
View .Of Testing
ALTERNATE WITH ALAMEDA TRIPS
W. M. Giffard of W. Q. Irwin & Co., agents for the Oceanic Steam
fliip Line, received the following cable from the head office:
"Sierra will sail en April 30; leave Honolulu May 11; experimental
voyage with a view to alternating Alameda locally. Will expect local
"It is now up 'to the people of Honolulu," said Mr. QifTard, "whether
they get the service they have been crying Jor. The Sierra is in good
shape. Bookings arc being received at Irwin & Co. for passengers and
i'lie Slenu In In first-class lonitlllon, mixing been n-p.ilred nt roimlilor
nblo cunt at Sydney on her last ttlp. Captain Houdlelt will command.
Chinese Highbinder War
InBons Wo GuokSociety
The Chinese community Is alt agog
with excitement as the result of tlm
tronblu In the Hong Wo (look Nuclei),
which Htnrtcd over the inodo of elect
ing ofllccr'nnd has now rcaehed tlm
Hiiro or a highbinder war. Thin lal
(omlltlon wau airlred nt last night
when Lull Yin, a member of tho Mln
Sing Society ami elected to the posl
tlon of treasurer at the recent meet
ing of the Hong Wo (look Society by
the liiHiirgent elcnieut, was found un
conscious about 8 n' lock at tho corner
of Smith and Ileretanla streets. Il
was badly cut, en the left side of hit
head and the wound apparently was
mado with brasB Knuckles.
Tho Chinese community Is grcnty
excited over tho matter and the aid
of tho polko was eillcil in at once. A
Clue us to the Identity of the af.nl II
r. nt In tho murderous assault wiu
found and an airost will piobubly bu
imido before night. In tint meantime,
tho prominent ineiuberK of tho society
mo keeping within doom or going
hbout the sheets only when accom
panied by a I'ody giianl.
A big meeting will bo held In the
luakal llah market on Hiindny at which
both fact Inns of the society will be
icpiesctilcd and In order to avoid
(rouble, which might easily be Blurted,
the polko will have a detachment or
officers on hand. It Is said Hint thcro
pre sin era I hutchctmen from Sau
l-'rnnclsco In town anil that they nio
liable to be called into play by tho
I'.ing I. inn Man, the president or th3
uoclcty and opposed to the ruction to
which Liu Yin belongs, denies "Mil
knowledge or the assault and claims
that I.au Yin must have been tho vie-
. time .r some personal ipiurrcl of his
I own. I.au Yin Is one or tho most
piniulncnt Chinese In the city and is
connected with the Wing Wo Tin Co
lie Is.well off as regaids worldly goodj.
ami into us icgunis enemies.
, Tho Attorney (ieueral's department
Is looking Into the society light at the
leanest or tun Chlnesn Consul. Tlm
leipiest was not imido in un olllclnl
way lint on account of the fact that
tho Hong Wo Runic Society has so
j many 'members mid the trouble has al-
'leady reaclieil so km Ions a stage, it
was thought he.tt to hec If steps could
not be taken to end It nt mice.
KUULEI HAFAI IS .
LEADING AND HILO
HOLDS HIGH PLACE
HILO STILL LEADS!
Bat Daisy Todd has given place to
Kuulci Hapai. The outside Islands
take nearly all the top-notch posi
tions. This week's count furnishes a sur
prise party for those who were con
vinced that there would be n sort of
a lull after the spurt of the first
count.' This is usually the case. But
this Pacific Coast Tour promises to
break all records from start to finish.
It is a great promotion campaign,
for the Islands, and the people arc
helping the young ladies as they
Have never before helped those in
terested in any Honolulu contest.
The record shows that Miss Todd
and Miss Hapai cast during the last
week nearly as many votes as were
deposited for them in the first ten,
days. They are hustlers indeed. But,
there arc lots of good people follow
mtr them, and it will be no easv task'
to keep the lead. .
Hester Lemon of Honolulu has
held her own and Watty Holt of Ho
nolulu has taken the next place,
which last week was held by Hattie
SafTrey, the pride of Honokaa. Lil
lian Mumlon of Kauai held her posi
tion by ndding a few thousand votes
to her list.
The features of the week arc found
in the ndvance of Mary Nnilima of
Hilo and Katie Sadler of Hakalau.
This is Miss Nailima's first appear
r.ncc and last week Miss Sadler had
only ten vctes. They now come for
ward with fifteen thousand each.
Irene Boyd, the attractive daughter
of Col. Jas. H. Boyd, might also be
put in this class, as she has nearly
doubled tho votes site had last week.
Alice Oreenc of the Honolulu Cen
tral Grammar School, has come up
into Art conp-ny by increasing her
vote more than nine thousand. She
is now in the list with Melika Peter
von, Bcrnice Dwight and Pauline
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J3y 'Quake and Fire
In The Phi
(Avociatrtl Vrctt Kicrm! C'
KUULEI HAPAI, Hilo 05,697' waaila. r. i., April iy. any shocks oi cari.iHu ..
DAISY TODD Hilo 63 013 experienced here, and many buildings arc wrecked.
HESTER LflMON, Hono'lu'lu "WW" . . WWW 32842 , , Nueva Caceres, Tayabas and Iloilo have been destroyed by fire fol-
WATTY E. HOLT, Honolulu 27,660 lowlnB '&. Twenty thousand people arc homeless.
HATTIE L. BAFFREY, Honokaa '. 25,615 v. , , . , ,
TTT.TTAM MIlNTinV TTonn. TTu,I 1ft fll.1 Cuxvros Is a large town lorat
MAPV VAIT.IMA Miln ....... IK MIK "1 nt "' hi.ld nt the Nnga ltlw-r,
It lum n Urco trmle and a pnimlatlou
! nf i". (inn
I (i . 1. .L. .. t .14. f tlw. Illnl.
KATIE SADLER. Hakalau, Hawaii 15,522 ,h" l''Mue or Ambos camaiines. it ',,,. , mm.r,.,a ln .,. it
IRENE BOYD. Honolulu ' 12,050 bas ii1kiui,1I.-.0(I Inhabitants mid wash ,v n the province of ih.ilu n
MEtlKA PETERSON, Honolulu 11,782 fiirmeil lm seal or the r.plMopnl seelhe hlninl of I'uiibv, and lias an ox--1-
LIZZIE K VICTOR Honolulu ' 11 584 ' l'"' I'lilllpplnes it Is a port olilint liarlmr. Then- are a numlier of
AT TOP nVVV r iVnnnlnln 10 W "'""' ' ' '"' l'l""tuiit ediieiitl ll pnblle buildings of good mnnni.tlcm
5rotn? nmSiti-S w I 1 JS'on '' IndiiKlilnl enter. In the town which Is of 1in Inl.nli-
BbKMIUb UWIC1HT, Honolulu 10,283 TniniH Is the largest town In the ltanl ll wns bombarded mid cip-
10,282 irolnee or the wiiiie name, and lslured I,n the gunboats llaltimuiu and
9,163 located l',, inllei soullieas'l or .Manila. I'etrel In lS'.il).
QEN. BOOTH AND MIKADO
T0KI0, Japan, April 10. The
Emperor received General Booth, the
Salvation Army leader.
FAMINE IS WORSE
SHANGHAI, China, April 19.
The famine conditions cf China arc
Undated leslgnatlou bill killed as
levengo on Semite for killing House
bill disqualifying olllcials who don't
p.iy (heir tuxes, and IMiiniiry law.
t 'fM ' ii if
form I (lomtilorMen
MADE IN NLWJfORK
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 t mislead him or to exaggerate;
for the customer will quickly discov
er such practice of misrepresenting
There is never danser of a protest
and always a certainty of full value
received when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES TOR MEN
which has th endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
THE KASH CO,, Ltd.,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. PORT and HOTEL.
I I .lU'llHfli, i vA .--a .-1. JiyvaA.-u.kT. r ' M-ii.
JULIA SENNA. Honolulu
PAULINE EVANS, Honolulu
EMMA ROSE. Honolulu
MABEL CHINO KAU. Honolulu ....
MISS L. ROSEWARNE. Honolulu ...
ALEXANDRIA DEFRIES. Honolulu.
CARRIE CREWES, Honolulu
EMMA J. CLARK
ROSE ALOIAU. Kauai
MISS F. M. CHILTON, Honolulu ...
L. CALLIE LUCAS. Honolulu
LOUISA K. HART, Wailuku, Maui...
DAISY COLBURN. Honolulu
WILHELMINA WILCOX, Honolulu ..
MRS. F. S. CLINTON
LILLIAN KEAMALU. Honolulu ....
MARIA PUNA WILLIAMS, Honolulu.
ORILLA K. RICE, Honolulu
MABEL KINNEY, Honolulu
LOTTIE JORDAN. Kauai
JESSIE MOSSMAN, Honolulu
ADDIE HOSE. Maui
EMMA KERR. Honolulu
LORNA IAUKEA, Honolulu
AllCE TODD RODANET, Honolulu.
HELEN DESHA SIEMSEN. Hilo ....
ALICE BARTHOLOMEW, Molokai ..
MAGGIE LISHMAN. Honolulu
LIBBY HOPKINS, Honolulu
ROSE E. CROOK, Makawao, Maui
DERTHA HUNDLEY, Kapaa, Kauai.
LOUISE DE HARNE, Kohala
CHARLESTON GETS A SHAKE
CHARLESTON, S. C, April 10. A slight shock of earthquake was
felt here today.
CAROLINES SWEPT BY TYPHOON
r.Wsocliifnl 1'rr-n wi-- l fatifej
TtP.PT.m fletm-inv. Anril 10 l!er..irts received here todav state
22U that a typhoon swept the Caroline Wands March 29. Two hundred and
thirty natives of the Uluthi group were drowned and the cocoanut crop
ruined. Famine is feared.
308 The body or William While, u enr-
.100 penter or this ll who has been beia
40 lor many years, was found floating In
27 the harbor till-, morning and was ro-
od inmcil tu the morgue. How tho neel-
Z Cent occurred, fur there Is nothing to
Y Indicate foul pln. Is a complete !iib-
11 tery. White wus not a drinking man
10 nail It Is mil thought that he bad any
5 rent-on whl . would cause him to tnkn
'his own lr He was In the neighbor
hood of ; -ars of ago and Ihrd at
the l'opui. House on Fort stieet.
Date of Supervisors'
Meetings Changed To
COUNTIES NOT REQUIRED
TU IUKNISII REPORTS
The Undated Resignation Measure
Held Over Until This After-
noon for' Desired
0th Dj) l-'iiieiioiiii Session
The House didn't do anything sen
biitlonal this morning. It giuiiml
away ut loutlno work, and nonu nt
tho bills uu the calendar wcru of suf
ficient IntViest to excite any lengthy
(llseusslon Most or the measure.!
passed upon werii Senatu bills, sovcr
nl or these being enirlcd through
their final reading.
(Continued on Page 3)
The Weakly Edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
MM Ail Dili
A moonlight damn will be given at
the Moana hotel Saturday night in
honor or l.leut Commander U J. Clark
mid the ollleers of tho U. H. S. Aimap.
nils. All Army and Navy people stu
Honed In Honolulu, strangers from all
the hotels or the city and Island people
tire Invited In share In the hospitality
of the Muau.i lomoriow night,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 18.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals,
3.765 cents, or $75.30 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.73 cents.
BEETS: 88 nnalysis, 9s. 5 l-4d.
Parity, 3.98 cents. Previous quota
tion, 9s. 4 l-2d.
CHOICE ONES to Mainland points,
at low rates. Leave your orders at
J Hjail"t- rV ilJ-
That must be a terri
ble feeling. People, whose
valuables are 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 one of our
deposit boxes. The rent
is 50c a month.
Fori St. rJcnolul'i
. .,.-.yti. -Ji.
, 'MSB SINE
Changes Adopted Quickly
To Beat Pocket
SINKING FUND BILL
Senator Smith Introduces Three New
Measures, All About Acknowl
edgment of Instru
J. O. Carter underwent an operation
lit the Queen's Hospital sesterday
morning to loriect eye-tronble, from
which lie has lie, ll suffering for some-
lime pat. The operation was wrv
siuiessfiil and the patient Is doing
very well. Hr lingers, the ejo spec
PEACE IS TENTATIVE
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 10,
A tentative peace lias been arranged
between Nicaragua and Salvador. The
Ntcamguans arc evacuating Honduras.
uOth I la) I'meuoun Session,
Senator l.ane today won a dccislvu
victory by getting tho measuie which
is dearest to hlslieart, namely tho Mu
nicipal bill, passed up to the Governor
before the time or the dreaded pocket
veto began, A couple of days ago tho
'.Ifo or tho bill was threatened by the
House, which had practically deeidcil
to kill it as a letallatlon forho killing
or I he pilinnry law by tho Senate.
(Continued on Page 2)
Illank books or all borts, ledgers,
tie. mntiuractiirod by tho Dulletlii Pub
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp S; Co.,
Bookings will be re
for the Steamship
Leaving Honolulu for
San Francisco,May J
W. G. irwin & Go.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvei a complete summary of
the newi of the day.
NEW STYLES IN THOMPSON BROS.
And $5 Shoes
Before you purchase any shoes you
should loqk over our Thompson Bros,
line for men. We have Just received
another large shipment of these hand
tome shoes. The new styles are par.
tlcularly attractive, representing, tho
acme of shoe comfort and elegance.
Balmorals and Oxfords and come In
Patent Colt, Kid, Gun Metal and Tan
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Slrcot
'Phone Main 252
3 ,MiJiJ6nHJM' ntUife.