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VOL. X. NO. 3997
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY. MAY 8. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS M
I .AT Jl
YACHT RACE PLAN BY LOS ANGELES WO
IMMIGRATION PROMOTER TRENOR HERE
; Tfl BJIINu LABORERS
Kdltor H v e n I n g llulletln: Another victory hag
been achieved for. Hawaii In securing a place In the Public Buil
dings bill. That bill will probably not be reported to the
House (or some days yet, but 1 am advised by some of our
frlcndH on the commltteo that It will carry n quarter of a mil
lion dollnis towaid a public building for Honolulu, which Is to
cost complete 1850,000, This lJ an amount far in excess of any
sum over given for any city of loss than 150,000 population.,
' Yours very truly,
""''Delegate to Congress.
Washington. April 27, '08.
"Not Common Sense,"
Says Judge Wilder
"I concur only In the conclusion of
the (ourt, but with considerable hes
itation, however, for the reason that,
while technically It may bo correct,
practically the resdlt Is to tlo up
property wolth over 1112,000 In or
der to produco an annua! Income of
$1800, which seems to bo contrary
to common sense."
Tho foregoing concurring opinion
of Wilder, J.,' In tho opinion handed
down from tho Supremo Court in tho
Queen's Hospital vs. llruce Cnrt
wrlght this morning, Is straight from
the shoulder, to say the least. Tho
cane In question Jk one that Is well
known and of great Interest.
The syllabus ot the opinion of the
court Is us follows:
Trust; termination of. The will
of Queen Emma, made October 21,
1884,, appointing a trustee, bequeath
ed 12100 In four life annuities di
recting their payment by tho trustee
In monthly payments, 1G00 per an
num to St. Andrew's I'riory for
maintenance of four yearly scholar
ships of 1150 each, and devised sev
en tracts of land to the trustee in
trust to dovpto Its rents, income and
profits to payment of tho annuities
and scholarships, giving him power
upon the death'of all tho annuitants
to sell one or more pieces of land If
tho rest would In the opinion ot the
bupreme court produce a yearly In
tome sufficient for the scholarships,
one-half of the proceeds going to the
Cucen'u Hospital and the other'one
half to be Invested by the trustee
who was to pay the income to, Albert
Kumllakea for life nnd -tho principal,
at his death, to his' Issue, dividing
any surplus Incomo equally between
tho hospital and Kunulakca during
his life and, upon his death, his law
ful issue; the trustee being further
(OenMsratd en e 41
si i mt
The enthusiasm demonstrated at
the dance at ,the Seaside last night
over the excellent music delivered by
the Brazilian band caused some
jealousy among the officers ot the
Chilean cruiser, for, by special re
quest, the Chilean 'men offered their
band for this evening to show all tho
pcoplo that their band Is as good, It
not better, than the Brazilian. Theie
seems to be a great rivalry between
the bands and undoubtedly tonight
the Chiloan band will ondenvor to do
Its best at dtnncr-tlmo and between
the dances at tho Seaside. No ono
should miss this treat, and all should
engage tables early for dinner. As
usual, the Seaside Invites nil llnnn.
For Summer Wear '
OUR LINE OF LIGHT, STRONG,
Flannels and Tropical Worsteds
At $4.50 and $5.00
Can't Be Beat in Honolulu for
THE KASii CO., LJD.,
C0RNE OP FRT AN1 HOTEL STRUTS.
INTO HAWAIIAN IS.
John D". Treanor, Expert,
Here In Interest Of
John D. Trcnor, who arrived In
this city this morning by tho Ala
meda, comes from Qreeco, where ho
has been in the service of tho U. 8. 1
Government, to study conditions j
nere, preparatory to wonting towaru
turning the tide of Immigration from
Europe this way. Mr. Trenor Is a
much-traveled man, who has been ail
ovor Europe, and Is thoroughly con-.
versant witn tho conditions there. He
will work In tho Interest of tho
Board of Immigration In, getting" leof
ple,to coma this way, after they land
In the United Stales. " (
Mr. Trenor,, besides being a trav
elscwhorbas bceu forbears In tlie
servlco of the Covorament, Is an au
thor, having written tho well-known
work, "The ltallarf In America,,'
which Is' used cxtenstvor,n8 a book
of reference. ,' , "' i
"I am hero to (ee conditions," lie
(Continnedon Pace 3)
But Appointment Is
Only For Few
Uuu Hose has been appolutod Tnx
Assessor of Maul, but his glory Is
not to last long, the appointment be
ing only n klng-for-a-day proposi
tion, and,' before tho end of tho
month he will have resigned and will
be back at his old duties in the
"Yes, G us Bose has been regularly
appointed and commissioned Tax As
stfcbor of Maul," said Treasurer
Campbell this afternoon when asked
t.bout tho. matter. .TTlie appointment
(Continued on Page 2)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Hay 6.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, Us.
8 l-4d. Parity, 4.47 cents. Previoui
quotation, lis. 9d.
LEAGUE BASEBALL EXTRA.
are you trusting with the
lueeeu of jrour Buiineti ,
A careful, honest broker
who carriei out your orders
implicitly, is the best aid
you can have.
We are careful, reliable
STOCK and BOND BROKERS,
and YOU WILL DO WELL TO
DEAL THROUGH US.
fort 9t. Bcpoluln
(Special Bulletin Wireless)
f Hllo, Hawaii, May 8. Judge
HapaL has forwarded to Hono-
lulu his reslguittlun as DlBtiict
MulHtrato for Hllo. Judge Ha-
-f- pal lias, held this position for
many years and has always been '
considered a permanent official.
Among tho applicants for. ihe
1 place aro Harry Irwin and'Mr.
Hair, wbo left on the MtnmA Koa
for 'Honolulu (o press their
- clalnufoTbe bar favors trwtn,
who la ' ri(Ky (ho second Mauls-
f Irate.. .
' ' BUCKLAND.
' -f -f -f 4- -f-
Pearl - ,:
Uditor Kvenlng Bulletin
As a result of tho conferences held
with the chairman and members ot
tne Seuate Commltteo on Naval Af
fairs, that committee voted on the
20th Inst, to Increase' tho amount
curled In tho Pearl Harbor bill, and
to Incorporate It In the Naval Ap
Tho Somite has already adopted
the umendmont to the Naval bill
carrying those Increases and the
Tear! Harbor Items will now go to
The Senate Increases the appropri
ation for chunnol work by $200,000.,
thus doubling tho sum for that ob
ject; It also Increases fLho appropria
tion for buildings by 1100,000., nnd
t'.ie Item of general yard development
by 150.000. It thus makes a total
Increabe of ?3S0,000. In Immediate
appropriations, and brings the total
authorization for I'carl Harbor up to
We shall now endeavor to persuade
the Houso conferees to agrco to these
Increases, or at least the larger part
The i'carl Harbor legislation Is
now assured, and the only question
remaining Is the exact amount to bo
agreed upon hy the conferees.
Delegate to Congress.
S.S. "ALAMEDA,"MAY 13,
will carry our next fruit shipment
to the Coast.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
KUHIO WORKS ON
Wants Data re People
Who Couldn't Get
Washington.' I). C.
Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu.
Cable what proportion passengers
booked for Pacific Malt steamers last
ear actually obtained paBfage.
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route, Ovat wa
iron leaves town for WaiMId and
College Hills at 10:80 a. m. every
The above cablegram which was ro-
cehed this morning by President Jan.
h". Morgan of the Chamber of Com-
lueice, shows clearly that tho Delegates
Is at present busy at work to secure
tho passago of tho bill for the sus
pension of tho coastwlso shipping
lawn. This bill hns been faorably re
ported by tho committees of both tbo
House and tho Senate to which It had
been referred, but so tar it has passed
neither .house and tho,UM..Ior, Us
passage is therefore far from won.
Morgan referred tho mattec to Sec
retary Wood, who Interviewed Hack
fnld & Co., the local agenta of the
Pacific Mall Co!, but they told htm
that they were unable to furnish tho
dcslrad Information on such short
notice. 9 jt i
' FACTS TO LIGHT
Notes Show Discrepancy
In Cash Paid To
Facts, have come to light In tho Ya
mashtta liquor caso that would seem
to indicate strongly that.thero Is graft
In the local police department. It Is
Indicated not only In tho mixed state
ments of officers who havo bncu placed
on tho stand, hut also In their evasive
manner of answering, beating around
tho bush, attempting to creato a
wrong Impression and theiu stating
that they had no right to give out In-
(Continued on Pap S)
Bread and Pastry
Hnde Fresh Everr Horning.
TRY OUR QEBHaB APPLE OAXE.
Alexander Young' Cafe
.. , ., i
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STBXET.
order any one of the
drinks we have this
week, and you'll be de
lighted with it.
flollister Drug Co.,
Editor Kvenlng Bulletin It Is a mattor of con
gratulation that tho stay of the Heel In Hawaii will be longer
than that at nny rnclflc Coast port with tho exception of San
Tho original schedule gavo only a two-day visit at Seattlo;
ecn after the Washington delegation oxertcd all the Influence
they could bring to bear, that stay was only extended twenty
Uclegato to Congress.
Washington, April 27, '08.
.SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May ft The review by Secretary of the
Navy.MetcsUl ot, the combined Heet urokr Admiral Evans took place to
day, It IwassJ-'toost imjJtwiHf aptc'ticle witlufifty-ghlps-of-wnr in line.
- The ceremonies, of the day inoluded the presentation of a silver ser-'
vice to the battleship, California by Governor t Gillette nnd to the bat
tleship" Nebraska by the Governor of Nebraska.
The illumination of the Fleet will tr.ke place tonight.
Coast Cities To
IDS ANGELES, Cal., May 8. Flans are beinc made here for the
Trans-Pacifio Yacht Race to Honolulu, with entries representing all the
cities of the Pacific Coast.
A cablegram, was received this morning fioni Los AiieoIps by tho yacht
commltteo stating that tho moumcnt to hold tho race with a postponement
of thirty days Is gaining ground. "If satisfactory, ulie," reads the cable.
W. II. Mclnerny, of tho commltteo, wired this afternoon, that tho mattet
would bo satlhfactory, In caso four aro entered. This Is to forestall tho
possibility that th Hawaii will bo entered to raco against tho Lurlluo, ot
Los Angeles, alone,
PRINCE IS PERJURER
BERLIN, Germany, May 8.
Prince Eulenberg has been arrested
on the charge of perjury. This is
an outcome of the charges of im
moral practices preferred against
men prominent in army and official
ARM7 BILL IS FINISHED
SEVENTY-TWO ARE RESCUED A
NEW YORK, N. Y., May 8. Sevl'
enty-two pconlc have been rescued
from the wreck of the Peter Hick-
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 8.
The Sundry Civil bill has passed the
House. The Army bill has gone to
the President for signature.
V BULLKT'N ADS. PAY
2,000 MEN TO KOREA .-.
I T0KI0. Japan. Mav 8. Two roc-
iments of infantry havo been sent to
Korea to quell disturbances. '
FIRE IN ATLANTA
ATLANTA, Ga., Mary 8. Fire in' "i
iiua iuy uiu nan a miuion uouars
worth of damage today.
QUIT POLITICS AND
Good, sound advice, isn't it ?
Our advice to you in re this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Blucher
Bnl, is just as sound. It is
made of good, sound material
all the way through, which,
coupled with honest workman
ship, makes it a safe purchase.
You can't go wrong buying
these shoes. Price, $4.00. We
have a large stock of them
and can fill Island orders on
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