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14 PAGES-HONOLULU rKUKTTOKT OP HAWAII. SATURDAY. APRIL 27. J907-14 PAGES
Puion 5 Uknts
AH Appear To
ONLYONE SLIGHT DISTURBANCE ON WH0LETR1P
The IIcllopolU brought her 2211 Im
migrants In this morning exactl on
schedule time, docking at 7 o'clock
nml commenting to dlfccmbirk the Jas!
scugcrs at "MO. In two lioiiui and ten
minutes every passenger "was nslioic
mid the larger part had been pasicd by
the Immolation mid ipiarantluc ouT
rials und had hecn taken In licdlatcly
to tho Immigration station.
Whereer theie was a tate of skit
iictt In a famlt), the cntlro family wim
detained In Older that the child might
not he scpaialcd from parents or wife
from husband Time wcio loninrhiibly
few cases of trathonia, a. compared
w llh those to he found In u shipload of
.lapancso Immigrants nml the cinnini:
tlne oflhem were Viiy much pleased nt
the hluiwln;' nude.
In rcgnnl to the distribution of tho
ImmlgiautH, ujicilnteudcnl Walter
Dillingham stated that there would
he nothing done about that part of ll.e
win), till Mondnv ami cvti)thlng now
Is centeied on government Inspection
and pinking the families fie I tomforl-
nble. Hu stnted that there had not
been the slightest lilU'h of any hind In
the woik during the mornlrs and that
there was no prospect of any. lie said
that there had hecn no complaint
made mid that cvorjono teemed to ho
ery well satisfied.
From news whlchv could ho ptcKeil up
from the Immigrants through it n In
Urpreter there seemed to lm a gcu.iral
Kjililt of satisfaction, am! It appeared
Hint only twice on the cntlio o, no
was theie any complaint. 11iIh ee
curicd In I elation to hieuil whkli was
spoiled by tho baker. I'he matter wan
lemedled nt once, hut nc cording to
one man theie wcio a loup'c of ilng
leaders among the passcnseis win
tried to stir up trouble. Thli wiiu
quick!) btopped. ,
A llulletln rejiorter saw sneclni'Mis oeiJo.cd to find n free supply of to
of the biead which wus t,ei'i' and It hacco and ilgaictto impels waiting for
was us good us is seived at m-y losUu
imit in Honolulu. Tho ship's biscuit,
which was served, was also of unusual-
MADE IM NCVV YORK
Liquor Law Accepted
ly Alio quality. When tho ship was
coming In this morning u minor
pprcail among the Immigrant thai
they would not he nblo to KCt anwhliul
to cat till some time nfler they landed I
Captain Martin of tho HeliopolK whol
lilnci'il n Inigu tinnilicr or wcl, i of
;t it. x x ;c f x 3 k a s a x a k
ONE OF HELI0F0IIS FAMILIES
KxjtxjxitxitAXji (i x a, a a
bread on deck und allowed all to lielp
thenisches. Capt. Martin Is spoken
of in the highest possible terr.u- b ov
er one, IkiIIi liunilgrnntu mid those
who lime ctiargu of their iciinlon
The one tiling which wn? Iiiiuiedlatc
ly noticed by all those who saw the
luimlgiiinlH lit tho Channel whaif this
morning was tho fact thai ecrona
seemed to be hnppy and In the vciy
best of s.i)lilt3. The women weio 'adt
Imr l.niulilni? nml the chlliliot, nf uhnin
there Is a ver great numbe-. weie nsi"1B '""Bluer In charge, and the Hu-j hnwovi r, thnt ho would ho willing to
contented ns could he The men weio I l'orliitin1iMit of Public Works, ntilioiiio us our guest In Juno, and It
tlicm and started to smoko tho mo
inenl tliey got outsldo tho wharf.
One member of the party brought
Rome flu-works with him mid a llltla
ceremony wus gone thioiigh on tho
lawn In front of tho Immigration sta
tion, a few pravcrs were said, nnd
(Continued on Pass 2)
in thoroughly cleansed containers de
livered to any pait of the city. Leave
WELLS FARGO EXPRESS
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 sec 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 misrepresenting
There is never danger of a protest i
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
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
HOUSE 18 DROWNED 1111 !H
IN FlOtiP Of WORDS; OF B PARTY
A Stream Of Oratory
MANY MEMBERS TALK AND
EXPRESS Trifcllt FEELIMS
of the Governor, Holloway,
and Engineer anil Slowness of
the Work Vigorously
fiitll Day roienoon Session
The long-expected row mer tho
Nuiianu dam InoKo loosu thli morn-
, Inc and It created more fuss and
'commotion than would hu caused Ifjhawi been compelled elthei hecaiino
tho dam Itself wcio to break.
I'erfenld oratory llowed In a ronr
Ing, rushing, lelcnlless. seemingly
ncer ending stieani. The House
was overwhelmed with It, cliownt'il, I
burled under a torrent of words. I
They eddied, and swirled and surged j
In u muddy flool that would not bo I The list of acceptances already r
dammed. Hut tho dam was, and Ho,,fNC,i, however, shows that we arc
was the (lovernor and the Siiperln- m hao u good rcprerttntntlvn party,
tondnnt of IMibllc Works, mid Con-,
tractor Whltehouse, oven the Dam '
Knlcldpu talked and Ilnwllnti,
Hughes, Sheldon, Coirca, Hire, Kn
Ico and then Kulclopu nml Hnw
11ns and Itlce und Sheldon homo
more. And ovory time there was n
lull whllo the members weie getting
their breath, Kulelopu would Jump
up mid deplore tne fact that the
liouso should think nf such things us
talking about tho dam
would talk Mimo more
And then ho,
Hughes made a succinct, stion.Ti'oln tho party on account of speak
cpeech In which ha vlgoiously
I ralgned the i:eciitlvo, the lontiiictor
iittiui.cti tin eueiesM, dilatory nun nenis to mo that It would bo very de
ItiellRlent liiaiiuer In wIiIlIi tlie work jr.lrable to have him do 80.
hr.s been carried on. , Owing to the fact that Chairman
llawllns picked a legal Haw In tho Ilartlioldt. Mr. Hodenherg mid Mr.
lopot-t of tho committee, and tool: llrnutluy of tho I'libllc'Ilulldlngs
that ns his subject of debate. I Committee decided they could not
And after all the windy oratory
tho matter was not definitely settled.
'(ho whole Dam matter is ttlll In the
n I r nnd Is Ihhlo to break out again
(Continued from Paqo 2)
OPEN MONDAY MORNING
J. H0PP &
THE M0VINQ OF
ZHE LEWERS &
Lewers & Cooke Bldg.,
LATER IN SSASON
list of Those Accepting and Likely
to Accept Prospects Good for
Excellent Trip of the
Secretary McClollan wrote Delegate
Ktihlo from Washington under dale
uf April lli, giving the following in
foi matlon regarding the t'ougies
I'liu largo number of muinhcia who
nf ilinngo of date, or else of business
und professional engagements, to de
cline our Imitations has necessitated
the Inviting of others at a lalci date.
hud that, In turn, has prevented our
having Una I answers from some of
ibeni at this date.
being made up wholly of lonimltlee
n.cn directly concerned with Ilawull
Another group 0 four or fho mem
bers will probably come out on tho
transport early In June. This group
aio coming nt their own expense hut
1 think that something should bo
done to entertain them during their
Mr. Mann suggested to mo that It,
would be well to Invito Mr. Tawney
to Join tho party I did m on his ad-
I vice, hut Mr. Tnwncy wns unable to
iir-'lug engagements previously made.
which he could not cancel. I think.
come on tho earlier date, and know-
Ing thnt ou wore anxious to hnvo u
fnlr roprescutntlon of that cotnmtt-
tee, we sent additional Invitations to
(Continued on Pagt 21
CO., THE FURNITURE PEOPLE, HAVE COMPLETED
THE SAMPLE PORTIONS
OF THEIR STOCK TO
COOKE BUILDINC ON KING STREET.
NEW LOCATION THEY HAVE THREE FLOORS AND BASEMENT DE
VOTED TO FURNITURE-MAKING AND SELLING.
THE FIRM EXTENDS A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THEIR MANY
OLD CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS TO INSPECT THEIR NEW QUAR
TERS. THE NEW STORE WILL BE OPENED AT 8:30 O'CLOCK ON MON
DAY MORNING, APRIL 29.
J. Hopp & Co.,
To Reconsider Its
RAILROAD BILLS ARE
KILLED BY COMMIlTEE!8trikei
Act Preventing the Throwing of Rub
bish Into the Harbor Is the
Cause of Debate for
r,7th Day n.ronooti Session i
Tho Senate this morning adopted i
another resolution In regard to thu
Wallnch matter, asking the Hoard of
Health to reconsider its decision to
exclude the quack. The railroad
Mils were tabled on tho recommen
dation of till- Uiuils Committee',
which favored tho appointment of u
(ommlsslon to consider railway mat
ters. The Conference Committee ro-i
port on the l.lquor Hill wns adopted.
II. II. 212. providing for the dlspo-j
tlttou of the pionts urlsiiig from tho
Industrial department of the U-ihnl-
milium school; 11. II. 131, tho special
1'AVOIt KHU1T KXPOIITS
Tho Wajs unit Means Committee
reported on 11. 11. 19G, to promote
tho transportation of fresh fruit to
the mainland, favoring Its passage.
Dnwiett failed to concur on tho
gioiinds that tho hill would help
iteamshlp companies, mid ns a ill
lector of two such ho wanted to bo
Tho snmo committee handed back
II. II. 227, providing funds for the
corporation lav. cu.u -x'c i. recom
ii.endlng that It be tabled, as l.u hill
renting the commishlou hud been ta
bled. This was adopted.
iiAitiioR wasti: mix
S. II. 117. providing that tho Conn-
ties should havo half of the taxes. i. i
censo fees nnd tho District Court
(line nnd cents collected within their
boundaries, passed third reading. I
It. II. 17C, preventing tho throw-j
log of refuso Into the harbor, rnmn
up for third reading. I.ano moved to
tnblo tho hill. Dowsctt seconded him.
Knudsen moved to pass It.
(Continued on Pm 4.)
& Cooke Bldg., King St.
Cause Arming Oi
Volunteers In In
iMaaoctaUd i'rett .i(i-rln Cable)
LAHORE, India, April 27. The Volunteers of the army in India
have been armed in consequence of the widespread unrest among the
Hindoo student element. Agitators ric fomenting race hatred and
T0KI0, Japan, April 27. The
japan have rciulted Satisfactorily.
LIMA, Peru, April 27. The vol
canoes of Cnlbocr. and HuqucTtrc in
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 27.
Senator La Follctte of Wisconsin and
Senator Flint of California have is-
sued statements in which they advo
cate the nomination of Theodore
Booscvclt for a third term.
tames Is !
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 27. '
Emma Eatnes' application for a di
vorce from her husband, Julian Story,
has been granted.
it's safer to laugh with a big man
than to give him the laugh,
Many a woman's disposition seems
to hnvo been made for cross purposes.
Women team more as they grow old
er; It's dlrfeieiit with men.
m,m i y rmm
When it comes to foot-fitting. Every man is entitled to get
that comfcrt at our store. For we insist on him getting that for
which he is willing to pay.
Our immense stock of Tan Oxfoid Tics are the Greatest
Foot Comforters known. Perfect Fitters, Long Wearers, Good
Lookers. Foot-fitting is an ait. Our salesmen are artists at the
business and have the "know-how" principle.
fisheries negotiations conducted
MArtoffl Vnm 8mcln Cabttt
WASHINGTON. D. C, April 27
: Admiral Hemohill will go to China
to command the third squadron of the
i Pacific fleet.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 27.
Dinger Hermann, former Laud Com
missioner and ex-Congressman, has
been ncquittcd of the charge of de-
A Baby Cloud
mny spread out into general
blackness. So it is with an
accident no bigger than a
man's hand. This cripples
the family income, sub
jects everyone to severe
self-denial, makes every
thing look dark and black.
Little clouds are quickly
dispelled by the piercing
rajs of light from a policy
in the Standard Life and
Accident Insurance Co.
Not Guilty ,
'rp Company, Ltd.
Shoe Co., Lfd.,
THE KASH CO., Ltd,,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT and HOTEL.
1051 FORT STREET.
TEL. MAIN 282.
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