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l'rom San Francisco:
Nippon Mnnt Ajir. 7
Nebraskan Apr. 11
For San Francisco:
Novatlun Apr. K
Hongkong Maru Apr. 10
Moann Apr. 4
Aourangl Apr. 2U
VOL. X. NO. 3969
That President Pinkham of tlio
Hoard of Health has stated to the
Ministerial Union that he had ic
ports from over a hundred of tlio
denizens of Iwltel, and that he had
taken his action In regard to tlio
medical Inspection of Buch persons as
lielnff In his opinion for tlio best In
terest of the nubile health, was de
cided to bo a fact this morning nt n
meeting of the Ministerial Union, nt
which the Jwllel matter was discuss
ed at length. It was pointed out
that the fact that he hnd made such
nn admission was a matter of Impoi
tance, as I'lnkham had stated public-
Jy that thero had been no co-opera
"tlon In this nlalter.
Tlio meeting this morning was
Vnrv lnrirnlV flttnmlnrl nlnnnv Ihriea
present being Hoy. Dr. Crane, who
presided, Secretary Frank Scudder,
Hov. D. W. Thwlng, Thco. Illchards,
DdicnuiR Scudder, Senntor Dickey,
Dr. IJIngham, llev. Dr. Qullck, Kcv. r
Mr. Olson, Mr. 8upcr, llev. Mr. ltuth,
Dr. Hand, llev. Mr. Sonrcs, Itev. Mr.
Mctokawa, and many others,
Thco, Illchards opened the meet
ing with prayer. Ho then wanted to
Know whether tho prcsn. Indicating
"If you nie driving through tho
country and a pack of hyenas gots
after jou, and the ltiy of the coun
try will not allow you to-carry a ic-
volvcr and shoot, there Is only one
thing to do; jou must let tho hyenas
howl. That's what I am doing. I
am letting tho pack or hyenas that Is
after me howl."
The lemark waB mado by Presi
dent I'lnkham of tho Hoard of Health
thl3 morning when ho wns asked 'if
ho haiUanythlng to say In rcferenro
to tho attack mado upon him by
Jack Atkinson and tho Advertiser.
"The ChincBO used to fight with
stlnk-pots," Enid I'lnkham, "but I
can't afford to do that. I might over-,
turn one of their stink-pots and get
myself smcnied and daubed up. Sot
These 'are the very swellest and nattiest trousers of
the season. They are all looped for belts, and have side
buckles. We offer them at prices 'from
CORNER OF FpRT
The best way to inform patrons is for a merchant to display his goods in Bulletin columns
8:30 O'CLOCK ,f its in the Bulletin the customer you want reads It EDITS ON
n II u 1 1 c 1 1 n representative who
was present, had been Invited, and
whether It wns policy to admit tho
press to tho meetings of tho Union.
Thwlng stated that thero was no
reason for secrecy, and moved that
the press be Invited to attend tho
John Martin put In his oar with
tho statement that the press had been
excluded at u former meeting, and
there seemed to be no reason why It
vnoum be allowed to attend ono
meeting and be excluded at another.
Dr. Cronn stated thut tho reporter
had been allowed by him to attend
pending action by the meeting, nnd
Thwlng slated that It "would bp to
the Interest of tho public welfare to
have the proceedings mado public. A
motion to admit the press then cnr
The secretary reported that he had
n reply to his letter to Delegate Kn-
Mlilananlo asking. that ha nsslst in
tho action tuken to prevent tho Ter
ritory's being exempted from the
operation of the Edmunds Act. Tho
Dolegntc wrote that he had sent tho
petitions submitted to him to the
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I don't ciro to make any statement
In leply to Mr. Atkinson.
"I havo prepared a memorandum
tq bo submitted to the Hoard at tho
special meeting to ho hold this aftnr
noon, which covors nil I have to say
on the subject. When you read it,
you will seo that I havo not found It
necessary to call anybody a liar."
I'lnkham stated that ho did not
know tho purposo of tho meeting. It
had been called nt the lnstanio or
Dr. Wajson nnd some or the other
members. It appears probable, how
ovor, that the Iwllel mess will be the
delectable topic of discussion once
more, as It Is understood that some
of tho members of tho Hoard havo
experienced a change of heart on the
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AND HOTEL STREETS.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAW An, MONDAY, APRIL 6. 1908
H 1 H 1 ll H H sl 1 'H
CONSUL SAITO ON
Says Board Can Do Its
Own Work If
"I don't understand why Mr. Pink
ham It howling so much ubout tho re
ports of the Japanese birth," sntd
Japanese Consul Oenerat Salto last
"In tho first placo. It wub ho who v
requested me to furnish tho Iloard of i
Health with blrtb reports of tlio Jap
anese resident In tho Islands. I liavo
dono so without compensation mil
without rewurd. As a government of
ficial, I deemed It best to cooperate
with and assist President Plnkhuni of
the Hoard of Health In securing rc-l
ports of tho Japanuso subjects. Under
tho Jnpaneso law the Japanoso are re
quested to report their births. Under
tho Territorial law, I understand that
ever) one Is required to report births
wlthlng thirty days arter birth. I am
not ybllscd nor nm t compelled to
Turntsh birth roports to tho Hoard of
Health It Is up to the ofilclals of tho
Hoard of Health to seo that births aru
leported. Tho President of that
Hoard could send out some ono to as
certain how many births havo tnken
placo at different places. 1 understand
that Mr. Plnkhnm has been mado to
believe that I havo Instructed tho Jap
anoso not to report their births to tho
Hoard, but only to tho Consulate hero.
If micli Is tho caso, then there Is no
truth In It. I have never caused to be
published such notifications in tlio
"I am not looking for any contro
versy between tho local and tho Jap
anese governments. I with to say
that pcaco shduld prevail among tho
ofilclals of these two governments. If
Mr. Pinkham wishes to keep on howl
ing so much about Japanese births,
then I nm willing to kfcp still and do
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L CLUB TALK
A. II. Hrlggs of Sin Francisco,
who Is stopping over in tho city
while on his way around tho
world, Is to address tho Com
mercial Club next Thursday
noon. Mr. Drlggs Is a business
man and traveller of wide exper
ience, and vvtll talk on general
topics of Interest to business
Next week Wednesday Mr.
Woolley will probably give an
address to tho club on general
topics bearing on Hawaii. Mr.
Woolloy Is a keen obsorvor and
nlthough tumpcranco Is his spec
ialty he thinks and talks of ether
things. Ho leaves soon nnd tho
Commercial Club talk may bo In
tho nature of farewoll sugges
tions. The St. raul railway has two new
gangs laying tiacks In eustorn Wash
You Have Bumped
so often into this little ad. that we
know inquirers for the BEST fruit
for shipping will be referred to
ISLAND FRUIT CO..
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
Hollister Drug Co.
Fort Street. Phons 40.
Chun Kog, a dark horso, got away
with tho. pilio piece of Kapaa rlco
landi thlt noon, outbidding thoso who
thought they had It all framed up to
pet the lcaee at a low rental. Chun
backed them out with his final hid of
1303"C rental per year for tho lease of
land tin'' upset rental of which was
Tho sale of tho ,Kapaa loascs was
tlio mod exciting that has taken placo
at tho Judiciary building for n long
time. It was thought that thero would
bo only two UddeSf the present oc
cupants of tho land, Wong Pat and
Hco Kat. Hut two new bidders
lumped In and mado things interest
ing. Thero wns no contost on tho first
two pieces orTeied, Lot No. 3, com
prising 19 ncres of rice land, 3 of kula
and 4.2S of waste, was bid In by II. W.
Hreckons, agent for Wong Kat, nt
$32C, ono dollar mora than the upset
price. Lot No. 1, containing 123 acres
of rlco land, 11 of kula and CVi of
wasto, was bid In by Hreckons, act
ing for Hue Kat. for 12092, also n dol
lar raise over the upsot.
Tho bidding started when Lot 3 wns
offered. It,commcncod with $1340, n
flvu dollar advance ovor tho upset
rental. Ono of tlio regulars Immed
iately jumped this a ton-spot. At this
Juncture a dark horso butted In, Wong
Dow offered $1375.
Immediately thero was consterna
tion. Wong Pat and Heo Knt and
their agents rushed about and got
their heads together and tried to fig
ure out where the cyclone had como
from. Then thoy wanted to know- who
was to get mills and machinery If a
non-occupant should be the success
ful bidder. Pratt said that tho mill
would go with tho land, but tho sale
would not carry the machinery If It
did not belong to tho Government.
Ulddlug was resumed with nn offer
by one of tho TPgulars of $1380. Four
teen hundred, enmo back tiiO outsider.
bourtcen hundred nnd five $1500
I1G0O S1C50 $107090, tho.blds ran.
then jumped to $1800 $19,00. One of
tho bidders comuiencod piking with
one dollar bids, his opponent going
over him by ten dollar jumps for a
while, then raliilng him a dollar at a
time. Albert Jtulcl, representing
Chlng Sal, another dark horso, jumped
in at $1965 and rviowed along a dol
lar at a tlmo to $2000, when one of
the Chinese got despcrato and bid
$2100. Two thousand two hundvi!
was tho next, $2201 50 $2300,
then along one to fifty dollars at n
crack. Wong (low bid $2700 but was
getting nervous, but lie was gamo up
to $3000, when ho decided ho had
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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 whtn
he it no longer a millionaire, thru
somt freak of Fortune, it is enough
to pjut him on his feet again.
It means much more to a bereaved
y. And yet many are negleot-
ing this safeguard.
Fori St. Hcnolul"
MONEY WAS TIGHT
Tourist Trade Harmed
B After-Effects ,
"I can readily see the reason w;iy
there have been so few tourists come
to Honolulu this year." said II. U
Kpplnger, who arrived here this
morning on the Nippon Maru, Mr.
K.pplnger Is tho son of the manager
of tho Grand Hotel In Yokohama and
he Is on his way to that placo now,
whero he will finish up soma busi
ness for his father. The latter pass
ed through hero a short time ago on
his way to the Orient.
"Notwithstanding the fact that
the newspapers have been full of ac
counts of hovf tho money, market hns
loosened up on tho Coast, It Is only
within tho last few months that
things have gotten back on their old
basis, or nnywhero near It. Money
has been tight. That Is the sum and
substance of It. A finnnclal panic
such as the country hns jusf emerged
trom cannot but leave Its mark for a
long, long time. And tho mark Is
still deeply indented and can be
easily felt still In every line of bus
iness on tlio Coast, though things are
now rapidly righting themselves.
"San Krnnclsco Is booming. Thero
Is no doubt whatever that shp will
become the greatest city, as sho al
ways has been, on the Pacific Coast.
Seattle Is n good town, thero is no
denying, but San Francisco has ev
ery natural advantage. I will bo
back here In a short time, ind will
probably stop over for several
Among other prominent ncoplo
aboard tho Nippon Maru nro Augus
tus Jay, who is sectctary to the
American Legation nt Nngasakl, J.
A. Ilrltton and A, T. Eastland, capi
talists, nnd John II. Koss, a banker
Through the medium of tho Mer
chants' Exchange, Davles & Co. have
received notlco thut tho lino big ship
Cnnarals or the Churgeurs Iteunts
line, which was bound for this port,
has been wrecked off tho coast of
Spain. Tho local agents have as yet
received no official notlco of the dis
aster from the head office, but it Is
believed that the news Is correct
Very little Is known about tho vessel
hero. She was a big ship, her dis
placement being (J700 tons, her
length r07 metres, nnd her width.
12.85 metres. How much freight or
whut sho was carrying has not been
learned nt tho local ofllco yet.
J.Hopp & Co.
Lewers & Cooke Bldg.
Ham and Eggs
and other 'pretty
Alexander Young Cafe
We hare included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
yon leave town for Waikiki and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
WASHINGTON, APRIL C.
GOVERNOR FREAR, HONOLULU.
PEARL HARBOR, $2,700,000., PASSED HOUSE. THIS INSURES
This means Hint the special appropriation bill for Pearl Harbor de
velopment uml construction of n dry dock hns advanced tho first suc
cessful step. It now comes before the Senate, whoso lender for the Com
mittee on Naval Affairs, Senator Hale, Is known to be favorable
SAY IT IS
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 0. The House today passed the bill
appropriating $6,500,000. for a naval station at Pearl Harbor.
It r.eems possible that an error wns made In the Asonolated Press fig
ures for the Pearl Harbor appropriation, Tho flguro nnmi'd Homo days
ago was $050,000, that sum being mado Immediately available and tho re
mainder being what Is known as a "continuing appropriation, certain to bo
Included lu later appropriation bills til ltbc work Is complete.
BOSTON, Mass.. A.uril G. One
hundred and twenty-five thousand
employes are affected by the reduc
tion of wages for cotton operative:
that went into effect today.
GILLETTE VERY ILL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April G.
Governor Gillette is ill with grippe
and his son is also seriously ill.
MILLIONS FOR ARMY
WASHINGTON. D. C. Anril ft
The Senate today received a favor
able renort on the .Army appropria
tion Dill that carries $88,830,409.
It. Hind. A. W. Carter. Rum I'nrkor
Jr.. were arrivals In tho Iwalaul.
Supreme Court Decides
That Judge Hapai
Gets His Land
Judge O. W. A. Hapai gets his
land. The Supremo Court, In an
opinion handed down this morning
in tho matter of a. W. A. Hapai ver
sus James W. Pratt, Commissioner nt
Public Lands, affirmed tho docreo or
tho lower court, which created such
a sensation in ofllclal circles, nnd
decided that Hapai Is entitled to a
patent on tho ground that ho has
complied with tho residence require
ments. Tho syllnbuB of the opinion
"Public lands; right to patent by
s,. - OJJ"?lWiKv
j VIENNA (fii
The name BANISTER on a line of men's shoes is a practical
guarantee of shoe superiority. Their business life of over sixty
years has been one continuo is effort toward attaining and main
taining their position as LEADERS IN THE MANUFACTURE OF
HIGHEST GRADE SHOES FOR MEN.
We have some neat styles just arrived.
P. 0. Box 469.
There is no means by which a mer
chant enlarges his trade which ap
proaches advertising in effectiveness,
when he advertises in the
for example, he sends Thousands up
on Thousands of Couriers Among the
People to Proclaim His Goods. Thus
he becomes known' to a steadily en
larging 'public, and a steadily en
larging public means new customers
and an increased trade.
PRICE 5 CENTS
BRITISHERS WITH COAL
SAN TRANCISC0, Cal., April G.
Four British ships arrived today with
coal for Admiral Evans' Fleet.
EMPLOYERS ARE LIABLE
WASHINGTON, D. C. April G.
The Honse today passed the Sterling
employers' liability law.
MOBS AT LISBON
LISBON, Portugal, April G.
Three newspapers were mobbed to
day. No Republicans have yot been
rTAS0 R0BLES, Calif., April G.
M ' ral Evans is improving.
L t H jK JjH k iiiB il
lessee of right of purchase lease. A
lessee under n right of purchaso lease
of public lands who npplc for n pat
ent satisfies the statutory prcrcuul
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Jonah Kuhlo has revoked thq
power of attorney held by his broth
er, Uuvld K Knwananakon, to voto
Ills shnres of the Knplolnnl Ustato
nnd transact nil his business ns n
shareholder, "for good causes and
valuable considerations," nnd hns
transferred tho powor of attorney to
W .A. Kinney. Tho revocation nnd
the transfer were (lied with tho Reg
istrar of Conveyances this morning.
In regard to the above matter,
A Kinney states that the chnngo Is
entirely of u friendly nnturo nnd li
leally mado at tho request of Prlnco
David. It frequently happens, that
there aro business dealings between
tho brothers, nnd In such cuses Da
vid cun hardly act for both parties.
Cupid bolng nway so much, it was
thought better to muko another or
tangement which would permit sot,
bucIi transactions taking placo with-"
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