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VOL. X. NO. 3921
'I Imic In eco tiio Aincilta'i llort given in olibot.tlc enter-
tnlnnioiit when It uilvrs licic," laid Mniingci Ahnl f tlio ioko-
h.tni.i Specie II.iiiK tuts morning.
"I nm Mini Unit the local Inpilicco will iiiIm fundi to help
entertain Admiral ICvuns mill li! iiirit I 11111 willing l (ontilb- ..
lite towards tliu etili 1 talntiiciii fund I In limn lliu other .lap 111-
esc niori li inlH will 11L0 tin t'lolr utmost lo entertain tlio licet
'lliu Hawaii Japanese, will nhow their frloiull) reeling towitidi
Hie Aiupilruw l) Joining In the enloi t ilnim nt '
Mr. Aknl viroxsol himself iih vcr) much ple.iMd to Ic.irii
that tho Honolulu mcrc-innls mo miking uii'ingum ntx In 10- ..
(dvc Atlmtril Hwinx anil hlx m"ii Ho asked liothol Iho licet
will go In l.ipili, as the liipiucte 111c anxious lo locelvo It with O
a guilid demiiniili itloa Mi AK.il ipcitH to mo the locil .lap-
iiiici.o put up 11 gratu'i r ii'icplltm than tho 1 .111 Angolui .T i.iti-
(SO HID plaUlliltg to ilo
111 f. m
Revenue Agent Thomas
Expresses Praise Of
'I ho I11l1111.il Itovcmie 0IIU0 wan
foiinnll tiuiixfoiied to Iho new t'ol
Icctm, Waltei 1' l)i luc, )(Steidi),
ami Mi Drake w.n xworu in early
Wallet V .Drake, who xuueedx Roy
I li.uuburl till iih Colli 1 tin (it Intel nal
Itcvcuue loi the Dlhtllct of lliw.ill,
has In en in tho employ or lliu tic
putmuit Tin sovcinl )o.us He wax
thief deput) iiuilir Mr Chamber! 1I11
anil win Acting Coltcctoi (01 marly
a )c.u before his appoliitmunt hy
Prialdint ItouscMlt lo (111 tho va
cuue) ciealul b) tlm icMgnallon ot
Ml Clinniboilalii, who has uttered
Iho hoivltti of tho Dcpiitnipnt of
Common o mid Labor
lie Is, tlicicfniL, thorough!) fanill
ll.11 with' the winl. ot hit nfflco.
'Mi Diaku knows an iniirh ahoiit
the 0IIU0 and oM'iyth.iiR louncctca
with It 11 j 1 do, Mild Itevonuo A,ent
(Coat'innad en Pace 4)
JUST THE THING
ror. KAIIIY WEAR
They are light, absolutely
ram-proof, and always look
You couldn't tsll one of
them from a legvlar evening
overcoat, neither can any
If it rains, you aie prepar
ed for it; if it doesn't, it does
n't pintter How does that
They are all tailored by
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
$15 TO $22.50
The Kash Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort & Hotel
up is ail
ie mn b
Galls Meeting At Which
He Will Denounce
I I 01 WMII.uh In Mill Willi iih Hi
denies iiliMiliiUI) that ho eiu had
anv intention of leaving Hawaii by
the Mlouora or all) other bolt Hut
Wtlltth Is 111. When ho was seen nt
the Atchtrlo) plnco this foicnoon lio
wax loaning on n cauo and mined
about with nppirtnt dlllleult)
'I hue In en xltk foi Home t Into,"
mid Wall tch "I hawi bun exhaust
.(d l) overwork, winking, as I hivi,
up till 2 and .1 o'clock In Iho morning
i 1. 1st Tltiirxdi) I liroko down uni
phtol). M) Ilks aro paraljzid anil
I am ill all over I Invo bad to bo in
lid mid I)i AKltcilo) his tnltm taio'
'ot in) pitlenlti Now 1 11m going tiij
11111)11' up on K11111111 xtrnt where I 0,111'
' 1 1. ..... i...
ilUtl' tllJMllIll lMtl'l '
"I know thai I itij to bn aircl(d."i
(ontlmiid Wiilladi "l don't tare If
the) want to put mo In Jail foi ticat
lilK tlio inoplo I wlll bo I will tell
llieiu lb it I linM. been tieatln;; uisux,'
leperx and otlutx who hid bad ioioj
and "1.1 11 iIIbcjsi h, which tho otln;
dnctorx did not cine '
(Continued on Page 4)
MAOb IN NHWYORK
if III 111
1 Fsf i
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. FEBRUARY JO. 1908
LOUDON, Eng;., Feb. 10. Tommv
Burns, champion heavyweight cf
America, defeated Jack Palmer in the
CHICAOO, 111., Feb. 10. Ths Chi
cago steel mills have resumed busi
ness and fuinishcd work for thou,
sands of employes.
Hiram iB TO
Hc(relar) Molt Smith leaves for Ha
wall tomorrow to Hpciul two or threo
wctkx Ho goes both for pkaxiiro nntl
on bttsliaxs, though pleasure anil rest
.110 moxt Imiiortaiit In his program.
Mr. Mott Smith hn been working
haul eor xIulo ha took odlco Wlillu
Coernor l'toit vrax awn), ho xut on
tho IUl")no8t oIItctloly, nntl Incidental
I) li. nulled Kiich ninttetii ax the Kttpti
i-xrli iiiKt'-iiut )et cumplttnl , tho
l.anp ihiielme land lease, tho Nuiialiii
dam linostUutlon, etc. Latterly ho
ban laid charfiu pf tho Tax Office in
Mutilation, which In now up to (!o
oruor I rear In nddltlou to all this,
ho ban all the wink of tho Ixxunnco of
(ottlllcates of Hawaiian birth to nt
lend to A
Mi. Mot I Smith stt)s that ho expects
lo put In 11 couplo of wioks onJo)lni;
himself After Mint ho will bo road)
foi whittu'i may turn up Ho will
Uxlt Kallu 1 and t-co what Ix biliiR
dune about I lie new coiiit liotixe, ami
will also visit tho I'aclflc SiiRnr Mill
plantation, In which ho own block, ami
me how thliiKx appuir to bo thtio.
(louirnoi I reai Iiiimx about tho cud
of April to iittiml tho (onforenco of
tlou'inurx eillcd b) 1'iosldent Hooio
ult to lii(.et at tlio Wlilto Houso May
13, and during hix aliEeuco Sicretai;
Mott Smith, ax AoliiiK Cioveriioi, illl
T,-ilit sit 011 tho lid
' ' -
is never neglected by the wise. It
costs so little to make the welfare
certain of those dependent on you.
And, when Death, Fire, or Accident
overtakes you, your policy
to them. It's a Helping Hand but
!N0T the hand of Charity! You
have paid for it.
JUST THINK ABOUT THAT.
ptik Hawaiian Trust
& Company, Ltd,
Fori 81. Hcnolul"
Meeting Of Supervisors
Will Be Largely,
SATISFIED WITH JOHNSON
Fublic Interest Promises to Block
Attempt of Achi Outfit to Cre
ate New Offices and
"Ax ctiHtodlan of lite Territorial
properl) loaned to tho County of On
hit, I 11 ml from in own Investigation
that Col Ham Johnson lias kept ev
erything In llrst-ihtKH condition, nntl
from other winnw I (lnd that the,
condition of the slock In good. I feci
that the tioiernmcnt property Is in
excellent hands mid I sec no reason
for making an) change."
Tho nboMi statement was inn-lc
this morning b) Superintendent of
Viihllc Works Mnrston Campbell
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
5 (Special llitllctlti Wlrolcss)
1III.O, Hawaii, I'eli. 10. The
Imcstuinl tains hero aro proven-
Hug wink In tlio shipping Tim v
Ncbraskan's hatrhex Have not
been opemd The Hnlcrprlso Is v
4 idle and the Claiullno has been
4 dclnilicd hole, 11s who Is iiuablo )
: to 1'iid freight along the roist,
Work has been suspended on
v tho plantations.
HAVE YOU EVER
taken the trouble to learn how
cheaply we deliver SELECTED PINE
APPLES at mainland points!
ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
725 Kin. Phone 15.
and MOST COM
PLETE Line of
ever shown in
the Islands, at
185 KINO ST.
J. HOPP & CO.,
185 King Street
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 10.
Judge F. M. Hatch of Hawaii ap
peared before the House Committee
en Territories today and urged the
committee to favorably report the
bill amending the Hawaiian land
law3 with regard to the term for
which land may be leased.
BROOKLYN, N. Y Feb. 10. The
First National Bank of this citv has
leopened for business, suspension
having been forced during the crisis.
CROWDS ARE DISPERSED
LISBON, Portugal, Feb. 10, Cav
alry was required to disperse the
crowd of citizens anxious to vfcw the
lemaiiu o." tie 1 (3 King Carlos and
the Crown Prince.
CABINET IS APPROVED
THE HAGUt. Feb. 10. O.ii.'n
Wilhelmina has approved the new
ARBITRATION WITH FRANCE
WASHINGTON, D. C , Feb. 10.
The Franco-American arbitration
treaty has been signed.
jm 1 mis
Governor 1'rear has not )ct np
procd the now schedule for tho Ho
tel street lino submitted to him last
Saturday by I. Tenney I'cck, Presi
dent of tho Itnpld Transit, and states
tli.it ho does not Intend to take any
action until ho has thoroughly look
ed Into tlio matter and Is acquainted
with all the fads.
This morning a Kalniukt delega
tion, consisting of Messrs. Tlia)cr,
Million, and Cox, called on him and
asked him to defer action until they
had hud chance to present their sido
nf tho rontrovorsy.
the average man's worst en
emy, has its own wont enemy
are going to be greatly in vogue this
year. Let us deliver yours.
j No Appropriation j
: For Pearl Harbor!
Washington, D. C,
To Governor Frear,
Committee rejected Pearl
Harbor from Naval Bill. In-
tend having amendment offer-
" cd in House and Senate. Pot-
sibly supplemental bill late.
Tho above disappointing ca-
hlcgram was receheil by Gov-
crnor Krcar frora tlio DnleKato
to Congress this morning. It O
Is, of course, 11 sad blow to Hn-
wall, and t'ioi-0 who havo been
working so energetically for
nn appropriation for .1 dry
dock for Pearl Harbor, the
widening, straightening, and
deepening of the channel feci
Hut hopo Is not lost yot. Al-
though the Naval Approprla-
Hon Committee docs not feel
Inclined to treat Hawaii as her
ilV II Hlo
m mi in
Honolulu had Its first Indication ot
Iho rainy season yesterday when tl.o
heavens finally opened with u char
acteristic Tcbruary rain. lb. ouabain
Iho day It rained moro or leca In the
city, hut In thu valleys tho downpour
was pretty steady, and It must Imo
rained very heavily In tho mom tnlnB,
as tho Mollilll, Maklkl, Nutunit aud
Knllhl streams woro all earning o(T
an Immcnso amount of water.
In tho evening, when the downpour
hecamo worse, tho Uapld Transit was
thrown out somewhat, nnd 0110 car
was derailed near tho corner of Pen
sacola and Lunnlllo streets. Uoad Su
pervisor Johnson states that tlm only
llnces whero tho city streets Invo
been (iHiuagcd was nt tho carnor of
IVnsacola and f.unalllo nnd tho con or
of Pensacola and llcrctanta streets
Thu rain gaugo at W. li. Caitlo's
placo furnishes an Interesting retard
of tho storm and shows Hint a tre
mendous volume of water fell last
The rain gaugo at C o'clonc this
A shoe that is unusually
well adapted to wet weath
er. It sheds the water, and
always takes a good shine.
It is made on the Diamond
Last, with the Mat Top and
Goodyear Welt, and com
bines Looks, Wear, and
Ask to see No. 372.
P. 0. Box 469. CO. Xltd. Phone 28B
PRICE 5 CENTS
citizens feel that they should
bo treated, there Is a strong
possibility that the many
friends this Terrltor) nas In
Congress will not sec her But-
fcr, ccn though the commit-
tco refuses to Includo the
Item In the appropriations
Ooernor Krcar commenting
on the cablegram this morn-
Ing stated that he still hoped
that tho Item would finally be
Included "President Hoosovelt
Is so strongly In favor p. put
Pearl Harbor "project," lie said '
"and Hawaii hus so many
friends In Congress on ac-
lount of tho vlBlt last )car ot
the Congressional delegation,
that I do not look upon tho ac-
Hon of the committee as fin-
Kuhlo In his cablegram also
holds out some hopo that tho
report of the Committee may
not be adopted by the Houso
morning showed that 1 GO lntm.M fell
In tho twenty-four hours. At J o clock
lust evening tho gauge show e J .i'J
Inches, so that 1.20 Inches (ell dining
"Ono of tho Interesting features
about this storm," said Mr. Caidu this
morning, "Is that It Is 11 high birom-
cter storm The wind has held to the
north and tho barometer remains
high. I sco tho wind Is vulnblo this
forenoon, and If It hauls aioumi to tho
west or fcouthwost, the barometer will'
Director V. U. Stockniiu of tho
Weather Bureau staled this foronn.n
(hat tho rain guago shood a lalnlull
of 0 51 Inches yesterdiy and l' S3
Inches during the night Tho harem
0U1 wns still unusually high, as It
I-ad been for qulto a .vnll.i part, but
the tiun.Mcter was not much nf nn In
dicator In tho matter of rain In this
country. Hn thought that very heavy
winds must prevail botween thU port
nnd San Francisco
HENEY IS BACK AGAIN '
1 SAN FRANCISCO. Cal . Feb. 10.
Francis J. Heney has returned from
Oregon to push the prosecutions
against the remaining San Francisco
An ndvcrtlser wants u) buy second
hand clothing Sco Want column.
fa f &'jr
Price - $3.50
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