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VOL. X. NU. 3963
Tho tlnrsr of W'chiilc.il cmbczzlo
incut hmt Iiikii l.i M iig.iliml ex-Tx
Aft'canr J.IH1C3 I.. Hull, uiiil It Is pro
bable tliat the nutter will bo Invoo
Hinted liy the ('.rami Jury.
Tim emlicstlenicnt ot wlilcli It Is
claimed Ilr.il In j;utlly Is or Sir.UU,
but It la claimed tlmt tho cinbezilo
inoal In only technical; tlutt lie did
vol get v."iv nlth tlui iiiiinoy, but
timed It In r.fto.- Iilr. boolM had been
elated up liy I Mo Auditor following
lli.lt'.t compliance vltli the. icipirtt
fur his ro3l,fnntlo,i. '
No tirtlmi, !t Is iindcislimd, lias iiu
yet b"tm (uhcaliy the Ornml Jury 113
11 Imili, donch Mhiio nicnlicro htivn
loiM lincstlglltlllg til" IlliiUcr illlil
Wll! liri.,. Ii.lnjrlt before tho In
ilijiiItoil.il t miIi with a lcw to h'i
liu .111 i'nlictuip. t returned. It ap
The Anil Snl'ioil I.mijuo talci'rt tho
position that th pnnllloii of rnpcrln
tunilcnt to miccro'l Mr. Wtioliuy wat
novel- ortored A: I-. C. Aikliusun. Ills
n-in-.o wna merely reeoinn-eudod for
roii'ildfi-illo'i of t!ii extcatho body oi
that (iiKinlzalloii. 11 In piubabln (hit
liu FiiprrllilumU'iit will bo ehiMcii lit
ineii'iil, hut Hint Atkinson will ba of
fered tliu posltnln of ultnrutiy for thn
Le.-iuo, and TI1I3 offur, 14 .ippuard, In
pcifLctly ni'cvptiili'o lo I1I111.
"It iippnarn tli.it tlin pipirs Inio
nils inde.-Htcod Hie innttor altomlicr.
i ild Then. lik-haids ihlsi morning
"I'liu posfllloit of niipu.liitcndeut of
tho Antl-Hulooii I.iuikiio ha not been
o.Te-ed to Mr. Atkinson, That action
vhli'h look plhco at tho ineellns In
Iho Cuntr.tl Union Clillrc'i wn luurvly,
1 1 I uiidurBtaii 1 It, tliat a icholiillon
mi offeied reconlnu'iidlriK AtUI:n.on'H
1 mm for ronnld"iititm of Hit) uxeon
tlto iwimiullli'i' of Iliu Ic;i(iiii. This
ioliitlon w.ih off m oil hj m.iii outnliUi
1 r the I.eai;iic. lint Ihey wyro nuch an
x ould intniall ctrry contlderahlo
veli'ht. The rxecullve ronmiltleo
I'loiie holds tlio power lo offer Iho po-
Jack ill Probably
We have in n new lot of Wnshable Tubular 3ilka, in
nil colors and varieties of patterns. The nobbiest, hand
somest tics you could want, in the -very latest shades.
Alw fancy silks of nil hinds. '
The very best shirts sold anywhere. Those made by
Wilson Bros., and the S t n r and 0 1 u 0 1 1 Shirts
cannot be equaled.
All the Latest Spring Patterns.
CORNER OF FORT
The Bulletin not only goes to the home-It goes to the greatest humber of Honolulu
peals H nin tho KtntoiuciiU nmila that
Holt (nriiiil in tho fun (I s HiippoKcd to
ln In lilu pint-iMidini, with the utalp
.notit that wli.it ho turned In was nil
liiu uiiincy lio liulil lielonnliir to tlm
I Tcrrltn.-y. lljinii tills statement All
I 1III01 l-'liIiri-'roiiUBlly olo.'i-.l up tliu
lipoitis 01 the Tin Atbcreor prep.iru
tnr. to mnlftl'ig tlieiii. Tho ucxt day
Holt ciiiiio down Lo Hid nfllco'ne.'ilii
;nnil turitcil ovit to Pls'ior tho niidl
tloniil miipi itl JIj'IO, Vvhloi! iiu sau;
hiltuiKci! to tho Tonltory.
(. Tl',nii;;h Holt did not lilivo any In
'pud pioh.ihly did not li.ivc, any I it -tcnltcn
of ltpuplnu the innnoy, his
Sit U Intorprrted tin it technical cm-
' Li'j2lc:iimit. It l flmllnr to tho tcch-
nltal I'lnliiSitlcimtit with which lloao
Iul.l, IJ111 Kaimiola poBtinattcr, vnt
chained liy th.c 1'ilcml (iratid Jury(
(Continued on Face'5)
pit loo, and as that turn not taken an)
action In iho matter then 110 offur I1.1
been iimdo to Mr. Atkliimin.
"I fully ngrco with Mr. Atkinson's
hlalemcut of lilt jiosltlnn In tho mat
ter. It Id inv Idea that no HiiceeKsnr
lor Mr. Woolley as mipcrlntemlunt or
the I.enijiio Bhoiild bo nelectcd nt Iho
1.1'et.ent time, but Mr. Atkinson can
he uncial" lo iiu In many other wns,
and I hellevo that ho uliould hv olTercd
tho poolllon of ntloinev for Iho
l.eaH'.ie. Ileforo l.orrlu Andrews b.
camo Attorney General ho was the at
toiney for tho I.enjpio und w.ia cry
uncful lo mi, not only by prosecuting
cascB In tho rimrtH lint by ;lvlug us
IikI oiilnUins on Mirlous nuojtluns
which e-iino up,"
nS DULLETIN AD3. PAY -(3
J.Hopp Sl Co.
Lewcra & Cooke Bide;.
AND HOTEL STREETS. .
PAGES - HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII SATURDAY, APRIL .4 1908-14
Points To Maui's Public
H. P.Baldwin' Writes
-Of LSLtid Matters
IMItor 12 v 11 1 11 B II u 1 I o 1 1 11 .
My attention was thin wcok called to
an niilclo YItton by your reporter,
K. 1. Irwin, who ncconipanicil tho
Governor on lib late trip mound
Matll, ontltlcl, "aniall l'nrmlnR on
Maul Only an Utopian Dream."
I quote the following from tho
"IV om liana at tho extreme routh
I'lstorn uu'l of lite lrlnml wc havo rid
den nil the way to Wnljukti anil have
Beon praetleally every lilt ot land that
there Is any pOHslblllty of titlllr.lnr:
'or Lottlcmelit purposes, and there
Ibn't enouch of It to support much
more thtin it Corporal'H Kiiard. l-imt
thoro is, and ploiity-nf It, hut It Ij
hold by tho pMntr.tlona und they In
toad to continue to hold It. Here
and there Is 11 llttlo patch of tlovcrn
Minn I lmd upon which "may ho set
tled 11 few Ilawallai'K who can mAke
1 living lalxliiK tart) thouKh even ,!t
they can. thov. will 111 nimbly sub-lot
:t to OlilntiiS. At Kcanno there nro
perhaps fifty acres open for homo
..IradiiiK purpoheH. Ilclow that placo
.ihern Is nothlne. Above there Ic llt
Tills article, anil especially tho pnr
.icnipli quoted, very miirh surprised
inn. Mr. Irwin must huvo been mis
led by comeone. In regard more pai-
tlcularly to (lovcrnnient land avall
ibln for homestead purpo3o3, and also
liind owned and leased by tho planta
tions mid other parties. For ln
ltanro. ho states Hint "nt Keanao
there aro perhaps fifty acres opcn.lnr
homestendlnR purposes. Hclow that
place there Is'notliliiK. Abovo tlieio
Is llttlo 1110 re."
Thoro In at least 1,000 acres of
public land, till good land, at Keanae,
.ind about 2,000 acres adjoining,
making In nil about :t,000 acre, most
of vlilph U nultnhlc for rubber, plno-
RNE WILL HAKE!
Submits Model Which
Gordon Usbonio, tho local sculptor,
Inn been coniiulstloncd to give Ha
waii Its McKlnley luonuinent. This
decision was arrived nt today at 11
meeting of tho McKlnloy Memorial
Cq'iunilttoo, hcfoio which designs woio
sujimlttoil by Ushoruc and Mulligan,
tho latter being a well known sculptut
fiom tho malnlniid who Ims.filcniU
Usborno's design was, In splto of tho
fact that It had been oxcculcd In only
two days, 11 Miry handsome one, and
Its excellence as 11 whole determined
Iho committee In r.-ivor of Its maker.
Tio model shpwft the l'lCsldent
itandlliK as If delivering 11 speech, 0110
baud grr.splng a tcioll and tho other
flung nut In a rhetorical goHturo. Us
borne will eylinilt several other do
sIkiih of tho saniii general effect, from
which tho commltteo will innko Us
final choice. Tho statuu Ittelf will ho
eight feet high, and will bo mounted
011 n pedestal it Imported granite
T II. Davles &'Co, Iiu a hccured the
agency of tho Kaoleku I'luutalloii,
lormerly liana, from M 8. Orlnbaiini
Tho best too
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15,
Housekeepers find a complete list of
IIIIIIIIIIIISHKKksk' i" HHH
ipples urn! other furniliiR products,
anil Is mailable t lioinostcadlng
pm posies at any tin"
1 urn f.tlily well acquainted with
tho pulille lauds thl.4 side of Ulupala-
kua to liana and beyond mid what
these lands can pivducc, and do not
hesltatu 10 say that the (lovernment
1AUKRA AND TUB LAW
Open Ltlcrktii the Blicrlff
I Honolulu. II T April I, 190S.
,To C. I'. laukc.i. Ohnrirr of Oahii, Ho
I nolulu, II. T.
Dear Sir: We aro glad to wol-
(Continued on Page 0)
jwhen you need it most. That's the
secret of the success of Insurance as
I Ten thousand dollars dees not look
. very big to the millionaire, bat whon
he is no longer a millionaire, thru
' some freak of Fortune, it is enough
I to put him on his feot again.
It means much more to a bereaved
, family. And jet many are negleot
ing this safeguard. Are youi
Jft "f aiian Trust
Fort St-, fltnoluln
needs in the Bulletin
r.ns hr ' of acres along this
ioj "t will make
1 (me pi.. lrgo
J tr.icts of other hinuj tliui are good
InuilK for rubber, grnpes, bananas,
1 corn, and otbor products. Moreover,
there aro largo tracts ot land owned
' (Continued on 'Pase 2)
TAYLOR TO SEE
Will Make Arrangements
For Handling Of 4
Chief of Detectives Taylor will
nil." nrrangeineiitf for tho handling
of tho meu of the Kleot vhon ha ar
rives at San Francisco, wh'oro ho will
go 011 a vacation on tho next trans
port, lie miiy bo armed with n letter
to Admiral Thomas, tho commander
of the Fleet, but whether ho Is or
not he will call on him In order to
in.iko suggcntlonH nnd arrangements.
The local pollco department will
(Continued on Page 0.)
Hoxu and Eecs
and other pretty
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
cur parcels delivery route. Our wa
(.on leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills -at iu:30 a. m. every,
(Special Bulletin Wireless)
HIL0, Hawaii, April 3. Fred. Roback, an electrician of Hilo, while
working at Wainaku, slipped on a pole and was caught under the arms
on a live wire. He fell, bicaking his leg, and another wire caught him
so that he hung for half an hour before he was lowered. A broken wire
burned his whole leg. and both arms were burned to the bone in n hor
rible manner. Rotack is conscious and objects to living if he is to be
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 4.
S flocUnrr dock 501 feet long.
PUTNEY. Eng., April 4. Tho Cambridge crew won the 'Varsity
race from Oxford, today by two and a half lengths.
l 1 c
FILIPINOS FOR BRYAN
MANILA, P. I., April 4. The D;mocratio convention of the Philip
pine) met, todajr and elected six delegates to the Denver convention.
They are instructed to vote for Bryan.
PARIS, France, April 4. Over
15,000 men in the building trades
have been locked out on account of
a dispute over the hours of labor.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 4.
The Italian car in the New ork-to-
Paris auto race arrived here today.
Fort Street. " Phono 49.
P. 0, Box 409.
V There is an old adage that
he who rang may read. The
but; man or woman of to
day has too much on hand
to run about reading signs
or window notices. They
carry their Information Bu
reau in their hands, and it
is usually the
Off- EVENING BULLETIN -33
PRICE 5 CENTS
The Union Iron Works will build
o. 1 m
PASO R0BLES, Cal., April 4.
Admiral Evans is reported as com
fortable. He now weighs only 122
pounds, having fallen away from
178 pounds. ,
J. S. LEECH IS PRINTER
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 4.
John S. Leech, now in the Philip
pines, has been
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 4.
suuak: B8 analysts iieets, lis.
. 2 l-4d. Parity, 4.30 cents. Previous
1 quotation, lis. 3 3-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 3.
I SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, Us.
i3 3-4d. Parity, 4.30 cents. Prev
ious quotation, lis. 41-2d.
Terrltorlul Auditor J. H, Flslior it
turiiod from his omdal loir In the
Manna Ken today.
Vici Kid Bal
with n wide flare edge,
built on the Diamond Last,
with a neat kid-inlaid lace
An excellent shoe for
Semi-Drees and ordinary
ThesStock Number is 419.
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