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1 1 Hon tan Apr,
Aliinioilu . . Apr.
For Son Francisco:
VOL. X. N ). 3979
rollmvlng li the l'eail Har
Ix t appropriation Mil pan oil by
J ho I Intent:
A lllll lei IMaUlsh 'i Naval
Station nt IV.H'I lluihnr. llsi
VVllll. Ili it enacted by tho Sonal
nuil House or I!epreeH,tntlve ot
thi? United iltnte.i of America In
Consmru iiEscnibled, That tlio
Secretary or tlie Nnvy In here
by niitlimlzcil .mil illrerlu.il to
cutalillih n naval et'itlou tit
I'earl llurbor, Hawaii, on tbe
Blln lio:etiifoni acfiilroil fur th&t
purpose; anil to oro:t tbuieat
all tlio noccksaiy machine shop.4,
stni olioiitei, coal sheds, ami eth
er neeossaiy building.), nt an
nggregatc cost or not In exceoil
five bundled thousand dollars,
anil to bnllil thereat one grav
ing ilni I; cap.iblo of iceelvlng
the largest war vcumiIh of thn
Navy, at a cost not to cxceeil
two million dollai'H.
Sec. 2. That tho sums hcre
x x n a x if 'x, x u K
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KAUAI IMMUUit - KUIteU UTLA N5 ML HAKbUK AriWH A HUN
Apill C, 1908. .
Killtoi- K v e n I n R II u 1 1 o 1 1 n J
Speaker Cannon kiuc recognition to
the. I'earl Harbor bill today, muter
uuspentiliia of tho rules, and the.
House passed the inensmu by n woll-l
nigh iinanlmouu vote. As tho lent!-,
liiK liicmbcrti of the Senate Commit
tee on Naval Affairs are already fa
vorably committed to the bill, Its pas- '
casetiy tho Ilnuui puictlcally assures
Its enactment into law. I
As stated In inv previous letter,
adrancea wore nuiilo toward securln?
a fcpcclal rule for tho I'earl llnibm
OwliiR to the fact that tho Com-'
mltteo on Rules nro having to brlnR
In a number of special rules nt this
Stop that Cough
red Benfamin & Co.
are the very Swellcst, the best tailored, and are made of
the finest all-wool materials.
You can't do bettsr by younelf than to get a suit of
these very swell and dressy clothes. Thcy'ro LI a d o
High t, of the flight Stuff.
THE KASSi CO., LTD.,
COItNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
.sk 3:80 O'CLOCV' The Bulletin contains a full list of
in ift.T stiitcil are hereby appro- k
pi late.) ami lundo lir.mcdlutcb
available. In he ovprtnteil at the x
ilheieUnn in' the Seeret.uV .of
the Navy, to wit: Toward tliotlg- st
Itijr nn entliinee t'hannel of a .
d";it!t of tlilitv-Ihe feet, two x
hundred thournnd dollars;, to- ;t
ward construi Hon of dry dock, x
threo hundred thoimrd dollars;
toward ctertlng mnrhlnc shops, a
Bliitohinrtn, eo.il eIic.Ih, mid
i.Iior noeessnry buildings, one tn
liniiilied tli(iir.'U".il dollars: to- !
w.ird yiinl development, fifty
thousand dollars: In all, six :t.
hundred and fifty thousand dol-
See. .'!. That the Secretary of K
tlie Navy may. In bin discretion, K
enter Into contracts for any por
tion of the work, Including mil- k
terlal therofor, within the re-
Bpcctlvo limits of cost herein w
bdpufated, subject to upproprln- "
tlons to bo luaile therefor by
Jl 3l X X K 15 M "st X li K 5f K K ) )t
time to block the Democrats In their
flllbithtorltiK, Speaker Can mm prefer
red that tho bill be gotten through It
putallilo without tho necessity" of u
Mr. Hates re-drafted the hill to
meet the suggestions of tho Spcukon,
Mr. Tuwney anil other Houso leaders
luul tho amended measure was ap
proved by the Committee on Naval
The measure, im passed, authorizes
the Seciotary of the Navy to contract
nt once for tho ' eoniplcto grnvlng
dock, at a cost of 1 11,000,000 and for
buildings and yard development to
the amount or half a million dollars;
It nlf,o provides $200,000 for begin-
(Continued ou Pace 4.)
Although the local market is prac
tically out of pineapples, our source
of supply is 'such that for the ALA
MEDA, 22ND INST., we shall have a
1 number of crates of very choice pJnes.
J These will be snapped up like hot
caKes, so place your order early.
Island Fruit Co.,
78 S. King St. Phone 15.
Ad. in a Good Paper
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII FRHAY. APRIL 17 1908
Station At Kahuku To
Tho plaliB for the extension of tho
loci.l wliclcis uystem which have
been discussed for somo tlmo past,
wcio this morning definitely derided
on ut a meeting or tho lieicss Telo
"We passed a resolution authoriz
ing the building or the new Mutton ,
nt Kahuhu." s..td C J. lliitcliins af
ter the meeting. "It will bo u ton
kilowatt powei station, and will fur
nliii Its own energv by moans of a
UO-horacppwer gasoline engine. Tho
wrrlt of I'ouiUiucllan will pioceed Im
mediately, and It Is expected that It
will be Mulshed not later than July
lfl, whon It will be In operation. In
over) case tlie illation should bo able
to get memages from tho Kleet when '
It is o.i It3 way heie, but whether It
will be nlilu to send messages depem's
on whether the power will bo Install
ed by that time or not.
"Wo also decided to build n power
ful station at ll(lo, and to strengthen
the station at Uihnlna from a half
kilowatt to u flvo-tillowntt station.
We will also strengthen tlio station
nt Nawlllwill, which Is now less than
a half-lillowatt station, to have a
power of nbout five Kilowatts. Tho
I.alialna station will probably get Ito
power from tho Pioneer Mill Co, We
expect to abandon tho station lit I'u
nko and to use tli.it at Ullo In Its
place. Tho )orl.'on tho station nt
Hilo will probnbly bo started Imme
diately after that at ICuhukii lias
"My menus of our new stations wo
will bo nblo to work for u dlbtance or
nt least u thousand miles, our work
being with vessels. I have boon ne
gotiating with tho various steamship
companies about this matter. Wo nro
having u Terlcon receiver sent to us,
which wo may ube In placo of tho
Silicon which are now using. Tho
manufacturers say that If wo had th.li
now wo would bo nblo to get the
Tlect at Magdnlcna liny,
"Tho money ror theso Improve
ments has ull been raised. There
will bo no bond Issue, unit the com
puny expects to contlnuo to pay Its
1-2 per cent, n month dividend. Is
bell has been ninile superintendent of
construction nnd will later on bo su
perintendent or operation."
Trafllc Superintendent A. Pratt of
the Itapld Transit Co. Is reported to
bo very ill nt his desidence. llo is
suffering from hemorrhngo of tho
lungs and by ndvlco of his physicians
will bo confined to his house for somo
tlmo to come.
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our wa
pon leaves town for Waikfld and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
Stock and Bond
When vnn vrinh in hnv tr ih1I
Stocks or Bonds, remember that
we are memoers oi tne Hono
lulu Stock and Bond Exchange,
IT WILL BE
DEAL WITH US.
Port St. Honolulu
CREATES a demand among thoughtful buyers
WASHINGTON, D C, April 17.
The House Coxmittee has reported
favorably on an appropriation of
S75.C00. for t.c construction of a
lighthouse en the Island of Kauai.
This light will particularly protect
the ateanicn coming from the Ori
ent. NEW YORK, IT Y., Apiil 17.
TU Atlsr.tic liner Maartetania com
p!ct; a voyage today across the
tlttutic by tho long toutc. The res
c: 1 trio was made in one minute lcs3
I'.tua .V r da?s.
LOCKED IN CASHIER
CHAUTAUQUA, Kans., April 17.
Two ne.i locked the cashier of the
easterner Citizens Bank in the vault
today and escaocd with 83,000. of the
TAFT'S PLAN CONDITIONAL
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 17.
It was stated today that Secretary
Taft wll not resign the War portfo
lio unless he is nominated for the
AL3AH1 GOES SOUTH
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 17.
The cruiser Albany has been ordered
to Central America,
ALDHICH BILL TABLED
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 17.
The Aldrich finance bill has been ta
bled by the House Committee.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., April 17. The
Battleship Fleet sailed this morning
for Los Angeles pcits.
i i. m,
TASO R0BLES, Cal, April 17.
The lecover of Admiral Evans will
AL0IIA AINA PAPER
Tho "Kn Aloha Mna," of which Mrs.
Nnwiilil Is the propiletor Is once
inoro being wiusht by nl ivllng pur
chasers. It w.ia reported VMtrr.laj
that Admiral Herklry would be one of
tho piuclriiers hut when that grille
mnn was Interiiewed, ho contradicted
The uto-y c iino from a pionilnent
Democrat, who stated that It U the
Ideu to put up Hockley as a candidate
for Mayor on the Democratic ticket,
unit In order to strengthen hj pn.il
lion, It was considered ncccss.ffy tliPt
. .HJlll - I II I I I Mi
the best local stores EDITION
This Will Happen In Case
Municipal Act Is
If the Municipal Act is knocked
out the present Hoard of Supervisors
will bo in power until Jan. 1, 1911.
This wus tlio conclusion arrived at
by one of tho bright political genius
es tho Is u member of the Central
Committee. This gentleman dtirlnit
the prefcut iliillncai In things polltl
c.il (H-ruplcd his active brain with 11
Ktuu)' or tho ruturc. and this was the
icsult he nirhoil nt after it careful
ttuily of the law on the subject.
llo communicated his illscuvcry to
bis friends In the political menu nni'
they agreed with him that ho was
right in his conclusion. Tho discov
ery cicnted considerable consterna
tion milling tho enemies of Charlie
Uuslarc, who piptoit that two years'
sway ot his iron scepter will bo quite
enough. On the other linnet the
trlends or the genial Clinliman re
joice at the possibility that the crown
may stay so long on his noble brow
that It will wear n bald spot.
It appeals that If tlie Municipal
Act should be knocked out after tho
election of a Mayor and other otll
cials under it has been held, tlio gov
ernment ot tlio County must ho car
ried out under tho present County
Act, and as there Is nothing hi the
(Continued on Page 4)
Never has Honolulu been enter
tained by n more magnetic, cultured
nnd original composer thuu Mrs. Car
rie Jacuhs-llond. Tho manner In which
she delivers her original songs nni)
stories makes ono feel tho spirit foi
which they v : s Intended. Ily re
iptcst Mrs. I . d will give a recital ut
the home of Mrs. V. J. Lowrey Mon
day evening April 2i)th, nt 8 p. m
Among tier patronesses appear tlio
names of Mesdamcs W. V. Krear,
I.owrey, Teniiy, S. II, Dole, I'cck, Dil
lingham and others too numerous to
mention, Tickets can bo procured nl
the Uergstrom Music Co Adults $1
Order fresh eggs today from Henry
May & Co. for faster, l'hono 22.
he should have a newspaper. '
"Ke Aloha Alna" Is u popuiur paper
with tlio Ilawnllans mid thoso who
are planning to boost Admiral Deck
ley lor Mayor think that ho could af
foul to Bpend some of his earnings to
ward purchasing it.
Another rumor has It that Kred
ileckloy, a nephew of Admiral Deck
ley, litis ambitious, and to that end, it
is said, ho approached George uud
- ((Continued on Page 4)
'HWriii RpRfififpri Rv
New Lei Lease Lewi
I'lesldent Knigpteii recently en
iloned a new land leacf bill which
has Bjieclal significance to tho 'JVrrl
lory ot Hawaii It extends tin- oil-
llonal maximum term or lease rai
Government agricultural lands to flf
teen yeais These lauds form rl
were only allowed to be lensed ror a
term of the years at the nior.t. thus
cutting out a great deal of proioriy
belonging to the tinverumcut on which
the wild growth was ho rank, or tbu
nature of tlio country no( primeval
that It would take almost 'all of tho
fill' years to get it cleared up and tn
condition for agricultural purp'ixts.
Contcqiienttj there has been a g.-oit
deal of Intl.! which mUcr si.ine oil -cuinstances
would prove a nourco or
rutcniiu to the Government as well 119
helping in open new c-nmtr.v that tins
lain rank and Idle.
I Ondor the new I.ntid I.cise Liw,
width v rnt into effect about a wi .k
ago. nli of this I mil miy be Uvi'-cd f.ir
That tho Koolau ltnllroad will
bo .extended ns soon ns possible, no
matter whether 'tho pineapple farm
plans arc realized or not, was tho
statement m .do this morning by J
II. Castle It was further reported
on tho street that there Is a scheme
on foot to Incorporate the Koolau
Railroad with tlio O. It. & U Co.
Castle, II T. and Walter Dilling
ham, Kellogg, Dole, 1.. A. Thtirbtun,
Geo, Deulson, Secretary Mott-Smltli
and I.aud Commissioner I'ratt and
tho otl.irs who wont to Koolau Wed
nesday to look over tho country thero
all returned yesterhay, and whllu
none of them has much to say as .to
what they actually did, It Is plain
that tho sovcral plans which hnvc
been inado for tho development of tho
Koolaupoko district aio an the point
"I merely went over to look ovel
tho proposed railroad," said 1J, 1 Dil
lingham this morning, "bccniiBO I
take un interest In such matters.
Thero seem to bo good possibilities
,a term of ears up to llftecn, though i
Castle Will Extend " 1
BEGINNING TODAY, WE WILL SERVE A
The Business Men in the States have tried and ap
proved it, so will the Business men of Honolulu. Every,
thing the BEST.
PRICES 25c, 35 c. 5Dc, and 75c.
CHANGE OF BILL EVERY DAY.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
This swell shoe, made over the Cornell Last, has the
Pointed Swing Toe, which gives it a graceful appearance, and yet
is very roomy in the tread.
There's no slipping in the heel, or bulging in the sides,
which are to common in som; makes of shoes.
When a man wears a Bannister Shoe, lie feels that he is cor
You can't lift a retail business out
of n small-neighborhood orbit unless
you Advertise. Publicity Is The Only
Means of Expansion. When the
masses are informed that you actual
ly exist, that you have goods to sell,
that you oiler inducements to the
purchaser, then your trade prows.
This lesson has been learned by every
merchant who advertises in the
PRICE 5 CFNTS
1' it hi '.!" i. hi .le , tn l.'lil Com-
mlssloiii'i I'i.iII if ,.u iuims will bo
let ut lot Hi, full leim.
'The in w l.i. i-lioniii Up the means
or minting a Null Mm iIim In tho
tettlltiB of (I'lveriiniiMit lands," said
Land Ciminil-sinner i'ratt ibis inom-
Ing tn a H u 1 1 e 1 1 n lepurtiir. "It
will linve the efreet or opening tip
lands that undei the old uvstcm woru
ulwavj pa'gcil up liv the settler or
hoi'ifstiail man nu liiipt.irtlrablo on "
which to locale, on uri-nunt or tlio
length or tlmo II would take tn placo
tho land In proper condition tor farm-
lag or other agricultural purposes.
mere is one plum- of the new hill
vvhli h bin a special Klgnlflcauco to
this island at the urest nt time in view
ot tliii fuel that negotiation' me tiling
mode with Mr. Oislle U r f i r.Onwi ;
cf n large part of the land which ho
holds under lease In Knneohe."
"In the lermii or the new lease, tho
CUivvriiiuiiit h ' il.e rlnnl nnd prlv-
(Continucd on Page 4)
for a road, and thn tonography pre
ten I a nu great difficulties for the con
struction. I do uot think that t
would pay nt present to carry tho
mad on to Honolulu, as this would
Involve soii'e ver expensive tunnel
ing." "The r.iiluinil will be extended na
far ns Knneohe as soon ns I can gut
to It," said J ii. Castle. "With re
gard to tho other plans 1 can Bay- that
thcie has been nothing dcfliilto ilono
as et, uiu a single document has
boon signed. Tho road will bo built,
however, whether tho pineapple,
plans go Uu ouch or not. It will go
ns i.ir us uuncouo to uegin nitn. "
Castle was asked If It wero not u
fact that thoso Interested wero not
nblo to agree on tho size of the tracts
nf land Into which It wiib proposed
to cut up tho tracts Hint are to bo
opened. H answered that this bus
iness had not been reached yet; it
had only been desultorily discussed.
"I hnvo a heady leased my thnti
(Continued on Pace 2) . '
P.0.3ox4GO. QQ d.
185 King St.