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VOL. X. NO. 3929
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1908
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Whereas, tho .unpen t whlc i has been nccortleil to the Ex-
ocutlvo of IHIb Tcrtltory In tlie past, and which Is expected to
bo continued In the future, by t'lo organization of the Repub-
llcan pally of this Territory, Justly entitles the organization to
coiiEtderatlon In tho matter of appointments to ofllcc; and,
Wheioas, there exists a vacancy in tho office uf Assessor
for the First Taxation Division; and,
Whcicas, a delegation consisting of certain Republican
leaders have recently submitted to Governor Fioar for his con-
sldcratlon In npprn lug Of nn appointment to bald olllce, tho
names of E. I'. Low, II. C. llapul and (1. E. Smithies; and,
Wheioas, Governor Frenr Informed Bald delegation that,
for Feveral 1 canons. It hr.s been his aim, and Ik his pulley In
making or approving appointments to omco, to give competent
mid honest llawallnns tho prefeicnce: be It
Itesolvcd, by the Executive Committee of tho Territorial
Central Committee of tho Republican p.uty of Hawaii, That E.
1'. Low, II. C. Ilapal, and C. E. Snilthlej do hereby receive tho
endorsement of. this Committee lor appointment to said office;
Resolved, nlso, That coplos of this Resolution be forward
ed to tho fJotornor and the Tiensurer of tho Territory of Ha
.will. JOHN C LANE.
Honolulu. T. II., Fcby. 18th, 1908.
The above resolution was paused
by the Executive Committee of the
Republican Central Committee at u
meeting hold yesterday afternoon at
li o'clock. Copies, thereof have been
forwarded to both tho Governor and
Tieasuicr Campbell. It Is worthy of
note that tho text of the resolution
corroborates tho statement made by
the Bulletin last Monday' to the
effect that the Governor had assured
the committee uf piotnlnent Repub
licans which waited upon him last
Humphreys and Thwlng
Have Sharp Scrap
Today Is the ninth day of tho
Commissioner'!) heating In the Soon
Kwui Yin deportation matter, which
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Saturday that It was his policy to
give the preference to competent and
' lione3t Hawnllans In making his np-
I One of the members of tho Execu
tive Committee of tho Central Com
mittee stated today that he thought
I that Low had the best clinnco of tho
j three gentlemen named of securing
tho appointment, unless the Treas
urer should insist on getting a less
independent man for the Tax Asse3-
' tor's position.
was resumed when the Commission
er's court met at 10 o'clock. Ever
since tho matter was taken up tho
(ourt and tho corridois havo been
filled with Chinese of both sexes and
all stations in life. When aBked
this morning what there was about
the case to drag It out so long, U. S.
District Attorney Urcckons said:
"Well, when you have to ask a Chi
naman a question bIx times, through
an Interpreter, and then don't get
tho answer. It takes time."
A large number of witnesses hove
been examined since tho hearing be
gan, both tho defense nnd the Gov
ernment having subpoenaed Celes
tials In dozens,
(Continued on Page 5)
THIS LABEL STANDS FOR
PARAGON TROUSERS ore
custom tailored, and the best
of everything is employed in
The cloth is shrunk in Cold
Water, which knits the fabric
together, preventing shrink
age through dampness,
Every good dresser must
have a few extra pairs of
trousers; now is the time for
New Spring Styles
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Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. Mfinv-"
Auditor Is Working On
Accounts Of His
Thnt II. K. I'ickcr, former commo
dore of tho Hawaii Yacht Club nnd
well known locally In business and
ether circles, hns run Into a whirlpool
or troubles since his arm al on the
mainland, Is apparent from tho fol
lowing article which appears In the
An auditor from the homo omco In
I.oh Angeles Is In chargo of the books
of the Pacific Mutual I.lfo Insurance
company, with unices In tho Empl'ro
Stato building, nnd II. 12. I'ickcr anj
C. F Alexander, former managers of
tho company, have been replaced. A.
V. Morgan, tho auditor tu charge.
would not say that there has. been a I
misappropriation of funds, as his In
vestigation had not been completed,
but lie said tho local business has not ,
been conducted satisfactorily tu th
Both I'ickcr ami Alexander are now
at tho omco In I.oh Angeles trying to
straighten out the affairs with tho
head oniclals. I'ickcr llrst left Spo
kane, being followed In a few days by
Alexander, who left tho ofilco lit
charge of a stenographer. Tho auditor
urrlved a day or two later and took
chargo of tho books.
Picker Keeps" Valet.
Tho departure of Picker and Alex
tinder has created a mild sensation
among Insurnnco men. Thny were
both well known nnd I'ickcr especial
ly, who camo to Spokane last October
from Honolulu, lived In elaborate
atylo. He had an apartment at the
Wostmlnster npartment house for
which he paid (85 n month, and ho
kept a nlet nnd spent money freely
on all occasions.
On leaving for I.os Angeles ho left
no Instructions behind regarding his
npartment, which haB now been rent
ed, and his vnluablcs Are being held as
security for unpaid rent.
"I can not made a statement regard
ing tho a fl'a Irs of tho company until I
havo completer my report," said Mr.
Morgan, the auditor, yesterday. "You
can say, however, that nollher Mr.
I'ickcr nor Mr. Aloxandor will ho con
nected with tho Pacific Mutual In Spo
kane In the future, W. C. Wold of
Pasadena, formerly general agent at
Riverside. Cat., will arrive In ubout a
week to tnko charge of the olllce, I
cypect to complete my report this
(Continued on Pace 2)
BMP Hl Vi A - "MIBH
J. Hopp 3s Co.
know how good a meal you oan get
nt our Cafe any time of the day at
with the management of your busi
ness or private affairs may be hon
est, sagacious, faithful, and experi
enced, and, then again, he may not.
He may have all th'e good attri
butes and still lack an essential the
OPPORTUNITY for SAFE INVE8T
Our reputation is established ; and,
owing to the great amount of busi-
ncss wc handle, opportunities for
ofe investment occur every day.
Manna M m mm
Mnnagcr J. A. Kennedy of tho Inter
Island Steamship company arrived
hero today from the Cnast He was
met at tho dock by si vml of tho chief
officers of tho Inter-Island Company,
mid one of tho first things he did, after
the usual salutatlon3, was to produce
I laigc picture o( ths new flagship of
the Inter-Island fleet, the Mnuna Kea.
She is a Jlno big boat, nnd shows up
rplendldly In the picture.
Mi. Kennedy tated thnt tho Mnuna
Kei would call from the Coast for Ho
nolulu on tho 22ml or V.ls month. He
i tt! I that ho had had a good voyage
down ns tho wcalhcr was genuine Ho
nolulu weather nil the way.
Raymond C Drown, Chief of tho Im
migration Station, Is going to com
mence the woik of ieglstering all the
Hawnllan-born and naturalized Chin
ese In tho Territory as soon as ho re
ceives the necessary papers from
Washington This Is to bo done In ac
cordance with orde:s recohod from
tho Department at the Capitol.
"I Intend to gle every Chinese who
w.ib born In tho Island, or who has
been naturalized," said Mr. Drown, "a
uglstrntlou width will enable him to
come and go us ho sees fit. without
any further tmulilu." '
This will go far toward settling a
question that bus been raised by tho
complaints of many Chlncso that they
have to go through a rigid examina
tion every time they return to this,
country after a visit to China.
It appeal that the attitude of tho
Federal goernment toward tho Chin
cm Is changing materially and that
lliwro is an Inclination to reduce the
restriction placed upon their move
Tho suggestion made by Internal
Hevenuo Agent Thomas through tho
columns of tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n last
weok that Hawaii Is neglecting nn
opportunity to develop n very prom
ising Industry the manufacture of
plneapplo brandy has already
borne fruit and thcro are good pros
pects that tho matter will be taken
up nnd steps taken to ascertain what
can be done toward installing at
lenst one big distillery.
I. C. Rosbl, the president and man
ager of tho Italian-Swiss Colony, ono
of the largest wine companies In tho
United States, has Interested himself
In tho matter, together with L. O,
Kellogg, president of tho Wahlawa
Consolidated Plneapplo Company,
and tt 1b their Intention to havo a
terles of experiments made with a
Are to Be
Supervisors Asked To
Act On Matter
At tho meeting of tho Doard of
Supervisors tonight It Is expected that
tho communication of tho Chic Fed
eration, touching on tho public com
fort stations, will bo acted upon.
V. II. Cnstle said today that It is
essentially necessary that tho Board
of Supervisors should act and pass
on their communication favorably to
night, so as to commence- constructing
such Btatlons before tho arrival of tho
"In responso to n communication
from tho Civic Federation tho Gov
ernor heartily agrees as to the desira
bility of such stations," said W. It.
Castlo today. "Hut ho thinks it is
mora properly a municipal matter
which should bo handled by tho Coun
ly Government. Dut tho Territory
will cooperate where It can In furnish
ing sites, He also states that a num
ber of Btich Btatlons nro already main
tained. "Tho Superintendent of Public
Works replies that his department I
ready to co-operato In every way to
secure the desired objects pud when
ever tho Territory has a valuabjo
property would be glad to supply tho
necessary land. Mr. Campbell agrees
with tho aovcrnor that tho construc
tion and maintenance of such stations
bclongs.to tho municipal rather than
tho Territorial authorities.
"But it may not bu generally known
that u number of such stations mny al
ready bo maintained, there being ono
at the old flshmnrket building, another
at tho Channel wharf, others at tho
Oceanic wharf, Brewers, tho Intcr-ls-laud
and Hack f eld wharf, and tt la
the Intention of tho department to
equip hlmllnr stations on Soronson nnd
tho New Aiakeu Street Whnrf.
"Tho S. -i'i. rni -nt calls tho at
tention to Boteiui u i i.jvo: dlfacul
ties, part of which arlso from the Ig
noranco nnd stupidity bf tho people,
others from willful mUchlef."
Ufil: If Hll
Manager Dalsh of tho Wireless Tel
egraph Company, received tho fol
lowing messago this morning from tho
To Dalsh: Skipper nnd tho chief
engineer and tho purser and myself
send regards. We nro seventy miles
nway at 7 a. in. Wo are duo nt noon.
H. W. SHINGLE.
Wednesday, February 19.
S. S. Hllonlan, Johnson, from San
FrunclBco, 2:30 p. m.
I'er M. N. S. S. Hllonlan, from San
Francisco, Fob. 19. Mrs. E. V. Nlcli
els and child, Chas. Bon, Jns. Ken
nedy, E. Waldon, wife and threo chil
dren, Mrs. J. W, Saunders and daugh
ter, Miss A. Strayne, Mrs. A. Kruff
and two children, L. A. Thurston, Mrs.
Thurston, R. W. Shlnglo, II. Hanen.
Miss Power will return soon from
the East with a beautiful line of
carefully selected millinery. The very
u n :t :t tt tt :t tt tt tt tt tt tt tt t:
iVlow to determining tho quality of
brandy which, can be mndo from
, pineapples, it Is probable that when
Mr. Rossi returns to the Coast, Mr.
Kellogg will ship to him a ton of tho
Hawaiian fruit, which will be dis
tilled nt Mr. Rossi's distillery.
Should the results Indicate that a
profltnblo business can bo built up,
it is probable that C. Shilling, a pro
minent wlno man of California, will
associate himself with the other two
in the enterprise.
Mr. Kellogg called on Mr. Thomas
this morning nt the Internal Hovenuo
ofilco to talk over tho matter nnd
(Continued on Pflt 2)
T0KI0, Japan, Feb. 10. Japan's reply to the memorandum of the
United States in emigration mattert has been handed to Embassador
O'Brien. It is believed that it practically prohibits the emigration of
laborers to American territory, including Hawaii, Canada and Mexico.
m i m
CRUISERS OF PACIFIC TO GO TO SAN FRANCISCO
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 10. The cruiser Nebraska hes arrived
here. Eight other cruisers are expctcd to arrive this week.
NATAL IMMIGRATION ACT BEIN0 TESTED
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C Feb. 10. Two Japanese immigrants
have been sentenced to one year's imprisonment niul to pay a fine of $500
each on charges of violating the Natal Act. This is a test case.
JAPANESE NEWSPAPER ATTACHED FOR DEBT
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 10.
Ehinbun has been attached for debt.
DANGER THREATENED BY
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Feb. 10.
Hie danger line.
t mm io
lilJCII J. TH
Rov. B. W Thwlng admitted on tho
wltnesa stand this afternoon that he
has been furnishing tho Information
upon which tho prosecution Is basing
Kb caEO In tl e matter of tho deporta
tion proceedings against tho Chlnesn
woman Soo Kwnt Yin.
"Mr. Rreckons nsked mo for Infor
mation nnd I gavo It." said Mr
Tho defence Is making a Btrong ef
fort to Impeach the testimony of
Thwlng, whom they chargo with tell
ing one rtory oa ono occasion and an
other ofory at another time.
"What lute est havo you In this mat
ter, anyway, Mr. Thwlng?" asked At
torney Frod Mllvcrton.
"Tho Interest of tho truth," replied
A number of questions nsked by Mil
vei ton with n view to dlBcrodltlii,!
Thwlng'8 testimony were objected to
by Urcckons, and tho objections wore,
sustained by tho Commissioner. "I
want to show up tho spirit of this wit
ness nil through theso proceedings,"
tald Mllvcrton in support of his right
to ask a question.
BEI.SER In San Francisco, Feb. 19,
190S, Uoyil Belscr, aged 12 years,
youngest brother of J. J. Reiser of
Jack, Atkinson's schemo for giving
the children of Knllhl n public play
ground Is to ho carried Into effect.
The playground Is to bo n plcco nt
land, about flvo acres In extent, on
the iiinukn side of King street, oppo
site tho Fertilizer works nnd on tho
Ewa side of Kamehnmelin IV. road.
P. 0. Boz 469.
The Japanese newspaper Soto
RISING OF OHIO RIVER
The ofiio River has risen, reaching
A special meeting of the directors
' of tho Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber
C-Uilianv Will be held tomorrow mnm.
Ing to consider a propjUtlon of tho
Mntson N'nUgatlon Cotiipr-ny to put
nn steamers at once to carry tho lum
ber of the local company to tho coaBt.
The proposition of the Mntson Com
pan) was brought back from tho Coast
by It. W. Shingle, wl.o returned on
the Hllonlan today. Tho steamers, if
put on, will run to S.in Pedro.
Say, When Are You
actually going to send that crate of
pines thnt you have intended to send
so long I
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
A POOR JOKE
You've heard that joke
pretty often about stumbling
out of bed to heat the milk
for Baby? It's out of date,
now. The THERMOS BOT
TLE keeps milk warm nil
The Heywood Shoe
We have another big ship
ment of this famous shoe just
in, in tvo styles.
Style No. 453 ig a Vici Kid,
with soft, flexible Welt and
Medium Round Toe, from the
Highland Last. Style No. 505
is exactly the same shoe with
Rubber Heels. Price $5.00.
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