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There is anjlld adage that!
he who runs tnay read. The "
busy man orjwoman of to
day ha too tnuch on hand
to run about reading signs 1
or window notice. They
carry their Information Bu
reau in their hands, and it
is usually the
5W EVENING BULLETIN "I
3i80O'CLOCK Housekeepers find a compjete list of needsin the Bulletin EDITION s?
VOL. X. NO. 3966
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
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HILO CONTRACT CAUSES MUCH TALFl
Tho Qutcii of nil racing enft In tho
South Si'jh, tlio trim 1'iclfic yacht
"Hawaii," will take licr first flip lit"
lhi wnters of I lie Pacific Ocean Bntin
iliiv afternoon tit 6 o'clock. Staunch
nnil true, with exiutaltely curving bnu
und-fllern anil ;;fiicniT uluipe, ouib.-.u
Ini? tlie two (pijlltlca tint aio ever
Miiight ufler l!i .1 .o'lg dlirffncu spec I
brinl- flrenth anil perfect Buumol
iv, tliu Hawaii Ir tho pililb of tho
Islands. Tluit t-lic will Justify tho
umlldcuru pi ci-il In her by those wljo
have worked bo hnnl, no faithfully,
and ho woll to mako hor thobC3t of
the jliest, na woll an those who have
iiniilo poHJllilo her building ly gencr-
mis ilonutionn, great nnd small, la
doubted by nc.nu.
IWhtn tho props ara struck asldo
nud tho gracoul boat begins to Blip
Eontly down tho ways Into tho boioru
(f tho old. Pacific, Mls Mary Kftnl
Wl'cox, a woll known, young laily who
Is now n tin lout nt Oilm College, will
'In tlio name of thu Hawaiian trans
pacific jaclit Committor oiul the. peo
pie of Hawaii, christen hor "Hawaii."
'Tilts' will bo tho ceremony which will
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Remains it Victoria
ro,!ltlvo Information wub received
1 ...1 h!iIiI ! f II f1i,lrtd oil Itn.l M '
lUai l.lbMl dj J, ' UUIIHO, 0UIVIIII-
I'endont of the local cable station,
that the cable-ship Restorer would
not lutttrp to Honolulu, but that she
would bo stationed nt Victoria, II. C,
lit the future. No reasons for .iio
change wore given, and Mr. Gaines
docs not know why tho change waul
'I am sorry that tho Hestorer has
not'beoit rcttnned to Honolulu," sta
ted Mr.- Gaines this morning. "I
know from tho cnblo I received last
evening that sho will have Victoria
us her port in the futuro until an
other change has been made. Fur
ther than that I Know nothing."
The Merchants' Association has
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Against tot Dodgers
A movement has been started
nrinng tho landlords nud houso
agents of the city to unite against
the olusHo tonnnts who have been
llceclng many of them out o rent for
many jenrs past. Informal meetings
of scleral prominent houso agents
were held yesterday afternoon and
today, and nil those present wero
unanimous that by united action they
would be able to get the reot-dodger
at their mercy.
Some time ago Trent & Co. called
a mooting of tho landlords and house
agents for the purpose of organizing
a full-fledged land exchange, but the
plans were apparently too comprc
hensive, and nothing came of tho
matter. Now tho plan Is much moro
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H i "
We ltave in a new lot of Washable Tubular Siiy, in
all colors and vaiieties of patterns. The nobbiest, hand
somest ties you could want, in the very latest shades.
Al'o fancy jilks of all kinds.
The very best shirts sold anywhere. Those made by
Wilson Bros., and the Star and Oluett Shirts
cannot be equaled.
All the Latest Spring Patterns.
THE KASU CO. LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
WERE VERY QUIET
Wailuku Ail One Way
(Special to Tho I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n)
WitTLUKU, Maul, April 1. All the
Republican primaries were-hold, in
Maul fop the election of delegates to
the Territorial Contention to be held
in Ho'nolultt on tbe 13th inst., ex
cepting the liana precinct, and tho
tiouble with tho famous Knulkl pre
clnct.jthe homo of tho onco cclebrateJ
warrior I'eapea, was that the secre
tary fallett to give notice of tl'e
election to be held last Saturday aft
ernoon, so the'electlon was postponed
until today. Whothor that election
will be considered valid or not, the
warrior politicians of liana will have
to fight out at the convention, for
they have ns much claim to scats at
the Honolulu convention as the six
delegates from Hawaii havo at tho
The Wailuku primary was a mild
affnlr. I). II. Caso withdrow before
tho opening of the polls. The real
fight was between J( Garcia and Aug.
Enos, but the latter won Tj'y a great
plurality. Dal, lloblhson, and Enos
won easily, ns predicted In m Sat
urday mornlng'H note to tho 1) u I -t
e 1 1 n , This election gives an Idea
of what the comng primaries for
Territorial and County conventions
will bo, providing the s.imo Tactions
hold out. Doth Hal and Robinson
received 124 votes each, Knos 117,
whllo Garcia of the opposing faction
received only 33 votes. As factional
strife Is rife In Wailuku at present,
this will glvcyoutsiders an Idea of the
relattvo strength. There were no
loud speo:lics made. The result was
known twenty-four hours ahead of
Tho result of the Maul primaries
was as follows: ,
Lahajna G. H. Dunn, Kd. Wnla
holo, C. It. Llndsey.
Honolun David Taylor.
Wnlhce .Rev. J. Nua.
Wallukui-W. B. Hal, V. T. Rol
Inson and Augustlno linos.
I'uuneno H. P. ilaldwin, Wm. Ke,
anu, C. Hansen and J no. Vasconcel
los. Makawao A. F, Tavares.
Klhoi J. McLcod.
Hamakuapoko S. K. Kalama, W.
0. Aiken1, Rev. J. K. Kallno and A. .1.
Huelo Joseph Kmmcsley.
Keanae Horace Kekumu.
Nahlku Henry Reutor.
Hana No election yet.
Kipahulu Levi J. Joseph.
Kaupo J. P. Inalna.
Houuaula No returns.
Pukoo (Moloknl)-j-T. T. Meyers.
Halawa No returns.
Captain Otwojl 'when askod concern
ing the bids for the Hllo breakwntcr
rays Invailably that thcro's nothing
You can't mako tho contractors be-lieu-
Thu principal source of discussion
among tho contesting contractors Is
V Hit' legtllty of the Mnyer-Hoogs bid.
In tho first place It la clnlmed that
tho Klatun of tho bid docs not satisfy'
the rdoral law. Furthermore It' Is
Btated that there Is a question as to
whether Mr. Mayor Is a conti actor.
The other bldd6is assort that Mayer
Is merely a representative and not a
bona fide contractor, and that this Is
a matter tho Government should take
Into account. It want's to deal with
tho contractor direct. The men be
hind Mayer hrV Hoogs and Ilelser,
'"Oa the otlioi "liinl, thu lowest bid
dors claim that Mntzgcr la In no dif
ferent position than Mojer, and
thero you nre.
Whllo thero is nothing ,new so far
as Otwoll Is giving out, tne contract
ors aro doing lively work behind the
The Fleet Is coming. Let u clean
up the City. . :.,
15 , CENTS,
Hollister Drui Co.
Fort Street. Phone 49.
Lewers & Cooke Bid's.
Federal Authorities Are
Looking Into His
Gregqrlo Jose Morato, tho Portu
guese who recently sued A Llbcrdadc,
tho Portuguese nowspaxr, for libel
for calling him an niiarchlst, may ho
deported as such by tho Federal au
thorities. Tho United States Commis
sioner of Immigration Is looktug Intn
his caso with a view to finding out
whether or not he Is liable to deporta
tion, and If It Is found that he Is, he
will bo summarily fired out of thi
Tho fact that Morato Is not a citizen
of tho United Stutes renders him llablo
to deportation If It Is found that he ll
We ship Papaias,
The best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. EINQ. PHONE 15.
when you need it most. That's the
secret of the success of Insurance as
Ten thousand dollars does not look
very'big to the millionaire, but when
he is no' longer a millionaire, thru
some freak of Fortune," it is enoufeh
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!
KALEI ACCUSED OF
Swore Falsely In Land
N Case and May Be
A severe roast by Judgo Weaver of
thu Land Court, and n possible Indict
ment for perjury by tho Grand Jury
grows out of the petition of Frederick
Wundenburg, succeeded by his widow,
Clslo Wundenburg, for leglstratlon of
tltlo to n pleco of land along the shore
of Pearl Harbor, Tho,mun roasted
and who may bo Indlitedts Kalcl, u
native who Is living on tho laud and
who contested Wundenburg's petition
for reslgstratlon, himself claiming a
portion of It by adverse possession.
In his decision rendered yesterday,
den) lug tho petition, but with leau to
amend. Judge Weaver says:
"From tho testimony Knlei has giv
en and thu testimony of F. Wundcu
burg, it Is plain to mo that Kalei's
statement Is false. He Is trying to
make out a case nt this late day and
has not stopped at absolute contradic
tion of his sworn testimony on a for
nwr occasion., Tho witness dcervos
severe censure for his statements In
an ntlempt to Improve his case. One
cannot contemplate this testimony
without the strongest condemnation,
for thero is no room for doubt that
when Mahoe was alive he told tho
truth. Now that sho Is dead ho denies
his sworn testimony after seeing Its
danger to his claim. Ono Is apt to
feel sympathy nt first for an old man
who Is threatened with the loss of the
homo he lias lhed In slnco childhood,
but it appears ho Is not fighting for
his home but has sold tho premises to
strangers. Even tho hard possibility
of losing thu land erroneously clalmt
will nf ppm n -""nns used by him
to estu'j .1. ui i i
The case is a c.y .j.i u rl one, as
Is not unusual in land matters in. Ha
waii. There havo been varlUus sales
of the land by one man to other par
ties, and soveral claims are set up.
Kalcl, tho old man referred to by the
Judge, claims under Kalakala by ad
verse possession. Ho Is a step-son of
Kalakala and has been on tho land for
64 of his G4 years. When Kalakala
died, the land waa Inherited by his.
son Kcnhl and his daughter Mahoe,
That part now claimed by Kalet was
part of Mahoo'a portion. Tho Judge
finds that Kalcl lived and occupied
the land under hor during her life
time nnd made- no claim until after
It Is stated that the matter may bo
brought to "tho notlco of tho Grand
Jury with a view to having Kalel In
dieted for perjury.
Tho Court finds that Elsie Wunden
burg has tltlo to tho premises In fee
simple Wundenburg acquired the
land by purchase except tho portion
lying eeaward of tlio mean high water
s- $ t) .$s$s$4'$ss$i.s
an anarchist, and tho Federal author
ities havo no doubt but that ho Is,
Were ho a citizen of the United States,
ho might mako all tho Inflammatory
speeches he pleased and scatter as
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To Help Exclusion'
VANCOUVER, B. 0., April 2. Fourteen new immigration station
have been established on the American border in order to strictly enforce J
iuc cAi'iuuuu oi uncniau.
m i i
d ttc r db ug r
w - .
k Itariy Cnmn atari
MAODALENA, Bay, Lower California, Anril 2
of the Battleship Fleet is practically completed.
-The target practise!
RUEF AFRAID OF DOOLINQ
SAN FRANQISCO, Cal., April 2.
Abe Ruef today appealed to the Su
preme Court toTevent his trial tak
ing place before Judge Dooling. He
fears the prejudice of the judge.
MR. EM PLEASED
K John II. Miller, President 'of
tt the Edlton Electric Company of K
tt Los Autelee, Is one of tho recent tt
tt arrivals In Honolulu. Mr. Miller U
:: enmeu o tho Islands for n rest, n
tt "1 lipn- been hero only two St
tt days and I am ready to pronounco tt
U this tho greatest placo In the tt
8 world." said Mr. Miller yestcr- 8
tJ day. "1 can talk to you about tt
tt Honolulu by tho yard If jou want tt,
it mo to. Tho climate Is splendid. K
tt Tho city Is beautiful. I am en- 8
tt Joying myself. What more could tt
tt be asked." tt
tt Mr. Miller's homo Is In Pasa- tt
tt dena but his sphere of Influence tt
8 Includes pretty much the whole 8
R of Southern California and per- 8
8 haps more. lie Is ono of tho act- 8
8 lvo leaders of his section of the 8
8 country nnd among other things 8
8 a close friend of Captain Sin- 8
8 clalr ot tho Lurllno and therefore 8
8 docply Interested In the trans- 8
tt Pacific yacht race. 8
8 "I must get down to see that 8
8 yacht," remarked Mr. Miller 8
8 when reference was made to tho 8
tt jacht Hawaii soon to bo 8
8 launched. 0
8 8 tt 8 8 tt tt 8 8 8 tt 8 tt tt 8 tt 8
Dance nt tho Young Hotel Saturday,
'April 4 til. at 7: IS p. ro. Como and
have a Jolly time. Tickets SI por con
plo at Wall, Nichols. '
To Land 1
PAUIS. Franc AnWl 5 Tt .
pected hen that the warships in Hay-
nun wiucrs win jana troops in oraer
iu JJ1C9CIVC pCUCC. .A
HILL IS CONFIRMED "V
David J. Hill was today confirmed byvll
the Senate as Ambassador to Ger Vrf
EVANS IS HOPEFUL 'if.
PASO KOHI-T-.S f!al Anril 9 '.iCt I
Po. A4.-1 T l! "l i.....KMl!
"" Jiuiuimi X.VBUI nrrivcu ncre lo-j;
day lor treatment at the springs. He
I. T 1 . i -
is nopciui oi lmnrovement, ,
t April 2.3h
TemporalureB 6 a.!n., C8; S a. m.7?
i; iu ii. m z; noon, 74; morning
Barometer, 8 a. m.. 30.08: absolute!
humidity, 8 a. m. 5 631 grains perl-"'
cubic, foot: rclatlvq humidity, 8 a. ta.,:
a per cent; now point, 8 a. m 69.
Wind 6 a. m.. velocity 15, direction
NE.; 8 a. m velocity 17, direction
E.; 10 a m., velocity 14. dliectlon E.;
noon, velocity 20, direction E.
Rainfall during 24 hours endod 8' a!
in., .04 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon. 291 miles. tl
and, afterwards, a light sup
per or dainty refreshments at
Port Si. Bcrol'jl
We have included College Hills 'in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
t,'on leaves town fcr Waildki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
Vici Kid Bai;
with a wide flare edge;
built on the Diamond Last,
with a neat kid-inlaid lace-1
An excellent shoe for'
Semi-Dress and ordinary,
The Stock Number is 419.
P. 0, Bor4G0. CO.. Iitcl. Thone282
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