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VOL X. NO.' 3954
In Honolulu there is no paper "Just as Good" as the Bulletin to reach Jjbme buyers
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HONOLULU, -TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MARCH 19. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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I'Mllnr 10 vo n I n g U u 1 1 o 1 1 n In regard to tlio April toiivcntloii to Holect delegates to
4 the National Republican Convention, I wnnl to udvfso tlio election of nix delegates, of which tlio
two liicliulcil III tlio call should lie deilgnutod us Unit, Tlio other Territories nro each proceeding
to elect six. delegates, and ix strong rffort will ho nindo to sent them; shmHd the lonvontlon de-
V rlile to wnt six, Hawaii would need In ho picparod with her six di legates ready on the sceno.
1 have talked with many or the fi lends of Hawaii In Congress, mid nni convinced that our
delegation olimtlil not ho InMriicted for any paitlcular candidate. '
I do, howowr, utrougly ndvUo th.'t the delegation ho dcllnltol Instructed ,to oto only for
such cnmllilMo or candidates .1, most' stroagly itlnnil for the American pflitcctlvo principle.
V Tliuru Is tin In revlnluu ahrnil of tui, find that will then ho the nil-Important thing for Ha-
wall. It would therefore icciii In he obviously llio part of toiwlFtcnt falrncsi nnd hound policy foiv
Hawaii In oiienly throw wlfiit little InlliiniHc she bus with the rtougost adocates of Protection
O within the party, i.o that wo cm (omdhtcnll) 111K fur their friendly lntcic3t In the days of tariff
, revision. " I Very truly yours,
' J. KAI.ANIANAOI.K.
Delegate, to Congiess.
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Mnicll S, 190S.
l'Mllor H v o n I n K H u li e, 1 1 n :
As lntlniate.il liy my cahlo to Hip Gov
rrnor on I'eli. 2Cth, and referred to
l;i my hibt letter, tlio "favorahlo de
velopments In Hiih-coiiiiulttco" wcio
the derisive, factor In swinging the
Naval Committee as a wliolo anil se
curing tlio fpvorahlo iMtlon on l'carl
llirhor us rallied on the 28th.
The Hates lilfl. as formulated liy
tlio ' siili-ioniiulttee, was repoitcd1
without nmcnclmont; It Is moro com-
prchcnslvu than any (illlilnl estlinntea
that hnvo yet hceu siilimlltcd Ijy tlia
Navy Department In that It provhhn
for channel work, machine shojisj
MorchouaCs mid general yaid dovcl-J
oimicnt, and not for a diy dock
alone. t I
' When tho 1'e.irl Harbor,, hill came
up for rinal action In tho Nnal
Committed on Krlday tlio few nonlorj
meinlicrs who hao Jieen opjioHeil tol
fiction this year moved to ngnlnj
postpone in Hon; hut tho unanimous
mjlon of tho Kiili-rommltteo had ho.
.VJJl"'" 01lr supporters. In thy sub-
roniniltteo und lnlliicnccHl otliera who'
weie heforo undecided, Hint It wan'
men that a clear majority of the
committee! was in filvor of Immediate
Hitlan; tho opposition wns accoid
Ingly withdrawn, nnd no vote wns
netually. east against tho fnvornli'o
leportlng of thu hill. '
We now have an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK of all. the
best shirts. They are the kind yon want ; they are hand-
some, of fine fabrics and latest make and designs; and,
they will wear and look well as long as you.want'to weaf'
them. They are the r , t
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Wilson Bros, and Cluctf Shirts
That's nil you need as
CORNER OP FORT
Much credit Is duo Mr. Jlnte3 for
tho generalship ho displaced In
handling tho measure, hnth In his
ruh-eonunlttco and In tho meeting o(
the wliolo Naval pomirfUtoc. Cap
tain llobson, Mr. Thomas, Mr. I.011
ilciislngcV and others of hiTromnilt
too nlroi gao us valuahlo help. Mr.
Lllloy was not nhlo to ho presonl at
tho meeting. Tho tldo of sentiment
in tho committed was turned, pri
marily hy the vigorous nnd porslst
int woik of our friends In tho House,
and lit tho' committee. Congress In
deciding this class of questions f"r
Tlio threatened conflict In tho Na
val Commltteo "between tho respect
ivo advocates or (loatlng docks, and
a graving dock was fo shaped, up'
that It was. turned to our -advan-tngo
In the first round. Tho advo
cates or Hid hill for two steel docks
htartcdln to oppnio tho Hates hill,
fearing it .would defeat their own;
when iishiired hy our supporters that
it was not tho Intention to oppose
their measure tho-y withdraw oppo
sition and tho favorahlo report was
ordered on tho l'carl Harbor hill.
Tho commltteo then voted to 're
port the hill for two floating steel
docks. If this measuro is passed,
1:110 of tho floating docks will bo
hent to I'qarl Harbor nt Icabt until
(Continued on Pape 4.)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
RAISER OF MONEY
. ORDER ON TRAIL
Samuel Liihiau Is Charged With
Ccitlrig $30 on a $3
The trial of Samuel Luhlau, 0110
of t li v schoolboys accused of raining
a $.1 mrfhoy older to $30 and cash
ing It, began before Judge Dolo this
morning. Another hoy named Lono
was ho irlnc!pi1r witness for tlio
G'ovcrnmnht. Ho is tho hoy tfr-whoso
credit tho money ordor was sont, On
the stand ho told thu .story of the
eiimei. According to his story, I.uhl
nu was tho prime mover In tlio
tcnome tfi dofraud tho (lovernmcnt,
being (he ono who-suggested raising
tho older to $30 nnd who actually
carried out tho plan. Tho wholo
thing was dono at tho Hllo Hoarding
School, whcio tho hoys wero both
ttudonts. Itoforo lalslng tho ordr
lie snld l.uhlau prnctlsod on other
paper for nliout llvo minutes. After
ho money order had been raised,
l.uhlau told lono to go and cash
ll,,.whlch ho did. v
Heavy sentences weio handed out
hy Judgp Hole this afteriioon to tho
two 'Illicit dlstlllera- who hnd Ibelr
placu of operation on tho Afong iiieni-
isiis In Niiuiinii valley. 'Hashlmolo,
tho principal, niis tentenced to pay a
Jluo or $1U0, a-VM penally, tho costs
or court," und to vpoiul six months In
Jail. Koga's Ei-yteucu was tho same,
r.uupi inai no 1111m go 111 jail lor only
. Secretary K. A. Mott-Smlth rclurned
this, mornluy oil llio Clauillno. Ho Is
pretty well worn out and Is glad to bo
V S. Deputy Mnrshal F U Winter
was among U10 arjlvuls today 011 thu
F. T. llaldwlu canio don 11 011 tho
btcninor Claudinu today,
when it is drawn up in proper legal
form, and meantiwhat yon meant'it
to mean, guarantees the distribution
of your property in exactly the way
f If; it isn't drawn up in proper legal
form, it tmay mean anything; and,
after paying attorney's' fees,'' " your
heirs'? will have little left.
We make out your will free of
charge if we are named one of the
' Far Delegates
NEW YORK, N, Y., March 10. The Democrats have resolved on
uninstructcd delegates to the National convention at Denver,
Strong New York influences are operating against Bryan.
LONDON DISCOUNT DROPS
LONDON, England, March 19. The Bank of England rate of dis
lou'it l'os been reduced to three per cent.
REFINED IS UP
HEW YORK, N. Y., March 19.
Refined sugar advanced ten cents a
hundred today, , .
DUMAN IS KILLED
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March
19. Dr. Keravaieff, member of the
Duma, has been assassinated.
LONDON, Eng' March 19. The
Earl of Dudley 'has 'been1 appointed
Governor General of Australia.
Forty men "on the beach." nnd not
u thing In sight" Foity sailors with
out Jobs, and not a cent In their pock
'this is about the standing of affairs
on the waterfront at tho present time.
Thpro nm not ver) many vessels In
pott, nnd there doesn't reem to ho
much show for tlio pennlloas leafnrlug
ment to get work wry soon. Thcsu
men who nro now "up against It" nro
mostly recruited from tho ranks of
tho men who canio In hero from4tho
Atlantic Coast on the IMward Hewall
und 'the Astial. They got their ills
chargo here, expecting to bo nblo to
pick up another berth without any
trouble, but now that their money Is
goiio, they havu found that It Is n
pretty hard matter for a sailor to gel
u Job nt IhotprcHcnt time.
It Is claimed that tlm Astral, which
Is taklni: .Inns beforn the must. Ik tlm
rriniHo of a gioat deal of the disturb
ance among tho men Many of them
figured that tlicy would bo ublo to ship
011 the splendid Htindard Oil vessel
on her return trip around the Horn.
Hut Captain Dunham says otherwise.
He claims that ho would rather havo
n Japaneso crow auv time than a
while, set of sailors, saying that tho
latter nro alwnyH making tiouhlc.
When they get on hoard ship, ho Hays,
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We ship Papaias,
t The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
J. HOPP & CO.,
(Lewers & Cooke BIdg.)
SUPPLIES FOR FLEET
SAN DIEQO, Cal., March 19. The
supply ship Culgoa has sailed with
supplies for the Fleet at Magdalena
RIVERS ARE RISING
PITTSBURG, Pa., March 19. The
rivers of this section have reached
the danger mark and arc rising.
AMBASSADOR O'CONNOR DEAD
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Mar.
li). British Ambassador O'Connor
they think they nro tho owners, nnd
Uiey act as much so as possible. It Is
dlfforcnt with tho Japs. Thoy are
obedient, and aro fairly good Sailors.
1 immigration Inspector Drown bciiI
the "pedigrees" of tho Japanese sail
ors who nro under advisement by Cai
lain Dunham to Shipping Commission
er Altify, and among tho list of twenty-four
there nro only sown who uro
Millors. Tho others nro laborers,
farmers, ei n -Ti-h nnd there nro two
1 wIiofc r 1 "iivn, Ship
ping C01111.1.- 1 . 1 1 -ijs that
Captain Dunham Is iuai.ing a nllstako
hy takingon Japanese sailors, Thoy
may not be allowed to land when thoy
.nrrlvo on tho Atlantic Coast.
I Tho Astral will bo ready to go to
sea In a dn or so. Japanese havtf
jbeen employed mending sails nnd
making other nrrungeincnts on tho
ruii iui uiiiH I" EU.lt
MEETING AT NOON
The Hoard of Supervisors held a
idiort meeting this noon, the purpose
being lo pass homo payrolls without
taking the troublo of having an ovon
ing mooting. All the members wero
We have included Cnlleirn Will in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa-
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
the latest and most sanitary
made entirely of glass and
marble. It will soon be open
ed by an expert dispenser at
After the Show
A Dainty Supper
or Light Refreshments at
Alexander Young Cafe
Tho Henrj Wnlerhoiiso Trust Com
pany received a cablegram from 1M
l'ollltz this noon stating that sugar
sold at I 25 cents a pound in New York
this morning. While this does not es
tablish a price for Hawaiian sugars, It
shows the tendency of the market
The beet parity Is now over I 29.
Kdltor i: veiling I1 11 1 -I
0 1 1 11 : The Alaska-Yukon
Imposition bill has been
fat nrnbly reported to the
Houfci with the appropriation
for the Hawaiian exhibit In
creased from $2.', 000. to $G0(
000., but tho Speaker Is un
derstood lo he opposed to tlio
Delegate to Congress.
prcrent with thu oxeoptlon or Harvey
nnd I'ei 11.
Archer nuked that Kwa bo nllowid
the use of one ef the Honolulu road
toilers In thu plaeo of that belonging
to lSwa, which would, hate to bo re
paired. Dwlglit tird nht think that Honolulu
1011I1I sparo a roller. Archor answered
Hint two wero, used on llerelanla
street where only ono was needed. If
Kwa did not get 11 roller the work In
that dlstilct would have to slop. Ham
JohiiEim said ho thought a roller could
bo spared, 3S It was a cam of emer
gency, hut ho wanted tho roller's rrcw
to Btny with It. Arrangements were
The following bills wero pasted:
Dwa road district. $884.85.
Uoad Depirtmcnt, $1161.97
Road Depirtniciit, Alown Heights,
Carbag- Department, $110
1 B I
, The rofusal of tho Stockton City
Council to grant tho Southoru l'a
rlflc request angers merchants.
Tho Durao criminal libel caeo.
which has stirred the local Portu
guese colony, to tho highest pitch of
excitement, was ended In tho l'ollco
Court this morning, the result being
tho dismissal of the defendant on
technical grounds. Tho en so against
A Mberdadc, the newspaper In
which Durao's artlclo charging Mo
rnto with being an nnnrchUt appear
ed, will ho nolle prossed tomoriow.
Tho outcome of tho enso was tho
icsult of n brilliant technical defense
presented hy I. C I'eters, who ap
peared ns counsel for tho defendant.
Correa, who conducted the case of
tho prosecution, was unable, on nc-
Durao Case Dismissed
HbJ n v7.
Says Governor's Party
Has Been Riding
Secretary Mott-Smlth returned uu
rxpectcdly this morning from Maul,
where ho has been wilh the Oowrnor
and his parly on the trip around that
Ictaiid to look nt lands. He returns,
he says, to represent tho Territorial
Oovernment on th prcllmluar) crulfo
of the steamer Mauna Kea about Nil
hau The party slnco Ihey left Honolulu.
Sectetnry Mott-Smlth says, has been
wry busy, and eseclally so klnee Sat
urday morning. By tho lime the CJov
imor returns. 011 the Klnnu next Sat
urday, he will hnvo made almost a
complete circuit of thu Island, exeopt
two co.uparathely short stretches, and
will havo visited parts of tho Island i
wbeio uu Territorial Governor hus I
over gouo before. '
Uist l-'rldiy tho party Uslted tho J
pineapple cannery nt Hnmakitapoko '
and looked over hu pineapple Iniiilln-y,-Hint
section. Tho same dny thoy '
over again to Amnoplo and lo7
over tho 350 acres of enno land o Jitfd
by tho Covcrnmenl, which II I'Hald
win Is anxious to acquire by exchange.
Saturday morning tho party left
Worth Aiken's house nt Muknwno,
where they had been staying, und
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Tadn, a .lapanosc. was hurt this af
ternoon while trying to make his us
capo from the police who wero raiding
a gambling game In which he and
some other Japanvrc were engaged on
tho corner of Illver and Kuktil street.
Ho jumped through it second-story
window and broke tho hone In 0110
foot and spi allied tho nuHo or tho
other leg Ho wns taken to tho hospital
Finn Jub Prlntlna at the "lultttln.
count. of Peters' objections, to con
nect Durao with tho writing or puh
Ilsnlng of thq artlclo which appeared
ovor his name In tho A I.lberdado.
Yesterday afternoon C.iinllle Per
iclrh, tho manager of tho A Llher
dade, was called as a, witness by tho
prosecution. Ho wns nsked who
wrote the article. Hut Peters In
itrucled him not to answer on tho
grounds that ho might Incriminate
himself by doing so. ITpou this Cor
tca clowd his case, hut ho wns nl-'
lowed to re-open It gils morning,
when ho called fJoorgo. Pcrrolra, 11
son of tho manager, to tho stund.
(Continued on Page 1)
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This Vici Kid, with Mat
Top, Military Heel, is some
The price is just right
Don't fail to see this shoe.
P. 0. Sox 469.
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