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VOL. X. NO. 3Pd4 '
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 31. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
SffdifJI m oil
1 tl 1i for I In- nit' tim-tloii of tl "
In nil U'.villci In Kiln wni" opened 111
Cuptaln ritw.'11'H iiflln loil:i .it iKiiin
There vn'o n.ilt four piopouU sub
mitted tv;n fni'ii Kui Fi.iihIsui, imo
fKiin 1 1 1 to, mill llio fmiilli, ami low
est, from Honolulu, (i. II, Mii)r
pro etilod tlio lowest propoinl. I IN
IHlro 1j iia follnwa: Stono In Inn!,
'valor (por dm of L'ooo pounds), S2.
HI; utouo t'ollveied mi wink, it
(in. 5 1., St). 'I hi i w.ia ci.mililcrnbly
loner .than ilir iilu.i submitted by
(Tie olliur (outr.tcloiu, whoso lilili
vro :ui followii: f (
..IJ. li. MctMtrr. IIIIo-H(oiin In
breakwater'! Itm"). fllSI- n'tono"'
delivered im work (dm), Sl.SU; stono
to Ijo obtained froai I'uii.i district.
It. A. IVri'y, S.iii I'ruuulsco Stcmo
In breakwater (loo). J-.'J"; sdui"
delivered on work (ton). 12 ti;.,
Flout to lio obtained from Waitiheu
P.ui rninvlhiii llildgo Co. Stono
In hiiakwalor (dm), I'.'.SS; kIiiiii' t-
!ia obtained fiom 1 'una cpinrry.
(I. II. .Major, Honolulu Stone In
lniM'iwntor (dm), 1-MO; stono do
Hwri'tl mi wink (ton), SI. 80; Mono
In be obtained fiom laud liolil i
I.. . Audi own, from W.il.iKca Alhl
Tlii'lo Ik (oti.ililur.ibln iprcul.it I j i
nu tu whether m not Mr. Muvcr Is
mmuly tlio nominal bidder. Il la.
tlio ?,t imlniil Oil arjt'iil limn.- Ilu was!
lupripciitu'l at tlio opening of tliu bids
, thU niirnliiK ly (' U. Smltli, an i-i.-l
itliiitT who Inn ilonn work on tlio
'tmtimt ilam ami for II. .1. I.onl. It
wiii wlilspvtcil thin nun nine that Ma-1
ur w.ia a iti;mulii'iil fo.- a l.irso cor
poitlmi, ilmltli wont uur tlio work
for llooj; nun tlel.ici.
"Tlio lilil.l aro hlKhvr tlmti I cx
pcctcil," Haiti Captain Otwcll. IilmiI
of tlio Uij licit Ht.ilPi I'liRlneor Corp.i
lioio. "Of coin so, 1 havo not huil
llino as jut to think them mor iiu'lj
IlKiiro (pit oviictly lov rooi! or how
hail lliey ate. hut It accmi tii mu.that
lhe Gto IiIrIi. It Is a JlOU.uOt) Job'
ami there U a time limit of tlireq'
ji'iUH Khon tlio lontractor to IliiUliJ
tho (onntiutllon of tho uie.iUwntnr. '
Tlio IiIiIj will ho Bent to WniihlnK
ton, and tlio nvanl will ho niiulo
Wo havu in a jicv lot of Washablo Tubular Silks, in
nil colors and varieties of patterns. The nobbiest, hand
somest ties you could want, in the very latest shades.
Alo fancy silks "of all kinds.
The very best shirts sold anywhere. Those made by
Vilson Bros., and the Star and Cluctt Shirts
cannot be equaled.
All the Latest S p r i n.g Patterns.
UUttH&ll U 1UHT
i, uiavii in ,'ihont i month. It mav
i l.i' tile wlnnliii; (oitriutor the full
tin t mm, i to inilali tho wnrl, and
then ap In he may hn nlilo tu do It
'II In i or anil a half "
ih m urn
.IjiciI ttmltli. the dlieutor of tho
("qlral IJtperlmeiit, Station, was
"mrl this liyirnltiK hy ji all from his
luiirrp )ii-lniiilryr at:thi atatlon It
was learneil mat lie had stnitrj
hoiteh.itU fiom IiIh Iicuiio nn I'unch
howl and had proceeded only a miort
illFtanco whon ho wnB tbiown from
hla animal, lie was picked up In u'l
uutuiibclouii condition hy Konio Ha
waiian laliorcm mid taken to his
home. It was lepdrtcd this noon
that ho m mu icK.ilucd ennxcloiiann.ia
and that ho Is not tlioiiKht to havo
liecu terloualy Injiirod.
H i i
V HONOLULU WEATHER
-..' it a ;: ;; a a- it i:- $ $ -x- $
Match SI, 1Q0S.
Temperatures (I it. in., 6!); S a.
in., 7ti; 10 ii. in., 74; noon, 7rjmoni
Int; iiiliiliuuni, ti!t.
Ilaioiueter, ! a. m , nu.lU; nhso
Into humidity, ii a. in., 0.175 RrnlnH,
per (iihlc fool; relative humidity, S
.i. in., till por tout.; dev point, S a.
Wind G n. in., velocity I!, direc
tion NIJ; S it. in., velocity fi, illiec
tlon Nl!; 10 a. in., cloclty fi, direc
tion 12; noon, velocity 3, direction
Rainfall limine 24 ,1ioiiih onded
8 a. m., .110 Inch.'
Total wind movement dmiiii;-!
houral'iided at noon, 1-5 miles.
WM. 11 STOCKMAN,
Scitlon Dlrpitor, U. S. Weather Iliirenu
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 30.
SUOAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis. Gd.
Parity, 4.43 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis. 4 l-2d.
lj. -M.-S . 'via ,H
AND XWTEL STREETS.
'"Bloody 'Oodoo" On Fine
Ship Man Has c
I'or a uliort tlmo it looked as If
tlicie was a hoodoo mi board tho
(plcnilld Itoynl Mall liner Mnrama on
tills, her filht, tilp on this run, at
least iino of the Bailors said it nnm
li.no lieen 'A bloody 1 'oodoo," for
two men went completely Insane and
a third had two ribs broken In thrcn
(oiibecutlvo da) ii. Tlio vessol luado
tho voiirv fiom Sjdiiey to Suva u
lino nil ape, eperlenclnj; light winds
and Rood weather, but It waa after
leaving this port that tho trouhlo
Tho eoi ond day out from Suva, E.
Wdlls, it -third-class passenger, sud
denly loat his mind. It was at tho
dinner tahlo, and before ho could ho
stopped ho had created .considerable
excitement an well as tnnmirdnp; to
leave a trail of broken dishes, scat
tered food, and torn napkins behind
htm. It took thrco stinng men to
hold him, and he was placed In con
Iliicincut, wlicro ho lould do no more
Tho next day II. A. Ilako attempt
ed to duplicate Wells' performance,
hut. us bo bad been acting qucerly
for ecvoiul das, Ills' fellow-diners
siw to it that ho was promptly sub
(IikvI and placed out of tho way. Hy
this tlmo most of tho lower-class pas
sengers wore Hiibplclous of each otd
er, and there was a pretty mess down
below. They claimed that most as
suicdly there was a hoodoo on tho
ship, and thoj wcro resolved tu get
rid of It. Hilt nothing enmo uf their
On tlio third dajv (.'has. i;. Drown
hill, an rldcily'tlilid-clats passenger
bound from Australia to Portland,
Oregon, whence ho will go to his
homo In Kngland, slipped on tho deck
and bioko two ribs. This was tho
limit, and tlio people in tho lower
deck cihlus waited with fear and
ticmbllng for H15 dawn of the fourth
day, for they wcro fully convinced
that another of their number would
(Continued on Page 4)
S3g- BULLETIN ADS. PAY TK
Fort Street. Phone 49.
J. HOPP & CO.,
(Lewers & Cooke Bldg.
KINQET'ii ' j
ir : '"t
MANY. RADY TO
Oil TO DENVER
NEW YORK CONTESTANTS
Watson, 'Woods, Egan, Emmcluth,
Htirvcy, Reedy4 Haysclden and
yMciionagle May Go to
The arrival n Jomii of Palmer P.
Woods, the Democratic National Com
mitteeman, has stirted the Democrats
to worlt on thej pjeparattons for tliu
National comcnlloi, and within a fuw
dajs tho call (or tje election of delo
gates to tho -Teitltorlnl convention
nnd tho nllotmei.iJvt the delegates for
tho dlffurcnt precinct ulll havo lecu
Hawaii Has a right to Find six Jol
cgntcs and six altemntes to the Deino
cratlc National convention, and al
ready a sufficient number of prom
inent Democrats have tome forward
signifying their willingness to go to
"Wo aro going to havo no trouble
about getting delegates," rnld Chair
man Ingham of tho Central Com 111 It
tee this forenoon "A number of
nicrhbcrs of tliu party have already
cent In their names and arc willing to
go, Thojo who have dono to so far
nro ns follows. Cluis. McConaglc, V..
M. Watron, .1. J Kgaii, It. It. Reedy,
Frank II llarcy, John nmmeluth, F.
It, Hi'yselden, Palmer P. Woods, and
possibly Illch-ird II. Trent."
Whllo Palmer Woods Is strongly In
favor of fending an unlnstructed dele
gation to Dent or, nianv of the most
prominent members of tho Central
Commlttyo, such as Ingham and Kin
mclulh, Aro In favor of placing some
restrictions on tho local delegation.
They l61loo that tho delegation
should bo Inttructcd to vote for Ilryuu
nn tho first ballot, or possibly tho first.
thrco ballots, or that at IcaBt eoiiiu
rciiolullon should bo passed by tliu
locul convention In favor of tho nom
Inatloil of tho tllver-tongticd Nebrah
kan. In this connection it Is cjulto proh
nblo that tliu local Democrats may
throw their strength -very decidedly
for Urjan hy helping his supporters
to counteract tho Infliicnco of tho null
Ilryuu delegation which has been chos
on in Now York. Tho Centinl Com
inittco has received a lotler from llio
llryan Democrats In Now York who
havo formed a contesting delegation,
which Intends to nsk for recognition
111 tho National convention on the
(Continued on Pafft 4.)
The Fleet li coming,
up the City.
Let us clean
when -you need it most. That's the
secret of the success of Insurance as
Ten thousand dollars docs, not look
very big to the millionaire, but when
he is no longer a millionaire, thru
some freak of Fortune, it i enough
to put him on his feet again.
It means much more to a bereaved
family. And yet many are neglect
ing this safeguard. Are you?
Korr St. B'.not'jl
HAW. HOTEL BATHS
WILL SOON BE SOLD
Shingle Brings Suit For
Tho Ilawnllan Hotel llaths on Ho
tel street nro In financial difficulties
which will result In the establish
ment's Ijclng offered for sale. It. W.
Khlngle has tiled suit against tno cor
poration for JS.COO, which suit will
wind up In tho sale.
It appears that tho Itatlis, wltli
tho exception of the first few months
after It was opened In January, 1807,
lias been losing money, tho total losa
for running expenses amounting to
a littlo over 1.1, 000. To this amount
must ho added the purchase prlco of
the bowling alleys at 11,500 and
the sum of 13,000 used tor Improve
ments nnd apparatus, all of which Is
unpaid, which brings tho total
claims up to tho amrtii'nt sued for by
A special meeting of the stock
holders In tho corporation was hold
Inst week, at which It was dccldol
by a largo majority voto that the
best way out of the dilemma was to
ron f ess judgment In tho suit which
was to bo brought by Shingle, to
whom alt tho debts of tho concern
havo been assigned. After tho Judg
ment has been entered tho property
will bo sold.
Senator Hayselilciii of I.ahalna, hat!
sprung a surprise on his friends nn.1
constituents. Ha Is married.
Tho Interesting ovent occurred A
few das ago and was a very quiet af
fair. Tho lady who Is now tho Sen
ator's wlfo was Mrs. Dickenson, tl)u
widow of tho man who for 35 years
was principal of the l.ahnlnalunn
school. Sho Is tho daughter of Cap
tain Taylor, who is well known
throughout the Territory.
Naknmoto, accused of larceny In tho
second degree, appeared boforo Judgo
Itoblnson this morning and changed
his previous plea to ono of guilty. Ho
was given a light sentence of two
mouths to teach him that It is botli
wrong nnd unwise tu steal
were declared today.
We ship Papaias,
The best too
till you have a good appe
tite. Then try a light supper
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
gon leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 31,
The Senate today defeated the reso
lution for the reinstatement of the
negroes discharged fiom the -Army
on account of the Brownsville riots,
This action fully upholds the posi
tion taken by President Roosevelt.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 31.
Ward McAllister is dead.
SAN DIEQ0,.Cal.. March 31c-The
collier Yanktown has arrived here
from Magdalcna Bay.
MANILA, P. I., March 31. Oo
mez, the agitator, has been reelected
to the Philippine Assembly.
Tho unn11.1l meeting and banquet o'
tho Hawaii "Vnrht Club will ho hell
Monday evening at tho Young llotal.
Oulcors for tliu i"'nlng year vill iio
elected, and there will bo bjmcimI dis
cussion about tho roniliu: trans-Paclfle
race Captain ' vie ol tho yacht Ha
waii has been nierilnnoii as tho pros
pective man for Coniiiiodon- of tho
Club for tho coiiiltis yar.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Tuesday, March 31.
QUAYS IIAItnOH Arrived .March 30:
i:chr C. A. Thayor. lienco March 8
IHti:.Mi:N Sallcdg March '.'7: "
Alexander Iscnborg, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed March 31:
Hongkong 'Mum, for Honolulu,
SAN FHANCISCO-Salo( Mttfi T,l
Nippon Mam, for Honolulu,
SHATTI.K Sailed Match 31,
Arlzomin, for Honolulu,
P. 0. Box 409.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 31.
Abe Rucf has aoplied to the A"ucl
lat: Court to prevent Judge Dunne
or Dooling from trying his case. His
objection is that these judges arc
WASHINGTON, D. 0., March 31.
The President has nominated David
Jayne Hill for Ambassador to Ger
many; Arthur Bcaupre, Minister to
the Netherlands, and Spencer Eddy
as .Minister to Argentina.
Army promotions sent to the Sen
ate are Major General C. B. Hall, to
be Brigadier and Colonel J. B. Kerr.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 31.
The war vessel Eagle has been with
drawn from Hayti.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 30, 1008,
From 10:30 a. in. to 4 p. m.
I! II W C Hormann Hugo to Frank
I. Wobstcr Ali
Chung Kani Cbong to Chung l.am
First Hank of Hllo Ltd t6 G V Jn-
klus and vf , , . . , . , Hoi
Entered for Record March 31, 1908,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
J II ScUnack mid wf tu Richard
Perelra" y 1)
Mayor Taylor sends a letter of ap
preciation tu tho citizens' health com
inittco tor tho good work dono In
cleaning up cllj
Vici Kid Bal
with a wide flare edge,
built on the Diamond Last,
with a neat kid-inlaid lace
An excellent shoe for
Semi-Dress and ordinary
The Stock Number is 419.