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HONOLULU. -TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. MAY 25. 1908
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Editor i: v o n I n k II ii 1 1 p I'M; :
The NiimiI Appropriation bill panned
Congress ycttcrdny, carrying til, 100,
000 for Pom I IIArhor, the House, con
ferees II mi I ly accepting nil the Items
(if IncrruFu made In tliu Senate.
The provision iiindo for Pearl Ilnr
lior Ih exceptional In two respects. In
tho first place. It Ih many times tho
largest sum ever voted lijr Congress
for tho beginning of n new naval
station; for example, only $2,8!2,272
wcrp glcn tho Pugct Sounit Navy
Ynnl during tho flint twelve years of
its existence up to anil including tho
' In the second'plaee, this Ih the II rut
time that (ingress has over author
ized u complete now naval base with
out tho Navy Department hnvlng
submitted complete official estimates
fur nil the Items required. In our
inFo tho Secretary of tho Navy Hub
mittcil no official cillmntcs whatever
except fur tho finale Item of tho dry
Tho IteniH for which, the Secretin y
of tho Navy Ih Immediately author
ized to contract nro:
Two Eogineers Coming
That two construction men for the
Pearl Harbor work will soon bo on
the spot for tho (lo eminent nppcnru
from tho Army mid Navy llcgltr of
May 9th. Engineer C. Parks und
Assistant Engineer d. S. lUirrell huvo
been ordered from San Francisco to
leave for this port by the Siberia,
which sails today, and Is duet hero
neft Monday. .
This la In accordance with what
was expected ut Ilia tlmo It wau
hciiid that tho appropriation bill had
been passed, Captain Otwell, tho U.
H. Knglneer hero, saying that ho was
willing to do all ho could -in tills
work, hut that ho was of tho opinion
n nnv.il construction mnn would bo
rout down to take charge. The local
-Eligl'lcer's omen hna offered to do tho
work In the dredging of the channel
If It U mi desired, but It Is not known
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t Channel Improvement . .. 400,000
Dry dock 2,000,000
Machine shops 300,000
Uenoral yard development 100,000
Ono jnllllon dollars of tho above Is
appropriated- In cash and the re
mainder will he provided for at of
course In sundry civil bills as rapid
ly as H can be expended.
It Is gratifying to know that the
Hill can of Yards and Docks will moo
promptly for a beginning on the
Pearl Harbor construction; Admiral
Hollyday, tho heltd of that Bureau,
told us last evening that ho experts
to send a group of men to Pearl Har
bor next month in begin tho prelim
inary survoys and borings. Admiral
Itellydny will lilr-.Bolf come to Hono
lulu In Augutt to perEotially look
over the ground: thnro Is therefore
gooil reason to expect that the work
will bo inaugurated and carried for
ward with tho least possible delay.
Congress nlso passed yesterday tho
bill authorizing a 175,000 lighthouse,
to bo locatcii on cither tho northerly
It the offer will be accepted.
This will bo 'it very definite step
nhond In thn Pearl Harbor work.
With tho constructionists on the
ground it Is expected that thero will
ho little delay In sending the work
Official notification of tho orders In
this regard was received today by
Cupt. Keen, commandant at tho 'naval
station., He Is personally acquainted
with Parks, having nerved with him
at Portsmouth, N. II. Parks Is gen
erally considered ono of tho best en
gineers In tho (iovcrnment service,
lie Is Just detached from tho Ports
mouth navy yard, and Ilurroll comes
from Dostoii navy yard, icing de
tached on tho lfllh.
Miss Mary K. Snell, head of" Snoll's
romlnary, is railed by death.
Miss riorenco Zlcgcnftiss announced
to wed Dr. Leroy Urlggs.
latest correct fashion, of good,
looks won't wear off.
AND HOTHL STREETS.
or westerly coast of Kauai, on a site
I If. Iia KulnHpfl liv tha IJfrhthouse
On' Thursday last Senator Piles'
shlimlnc bill for Hawaii, n dunllcato
'of my bill us reported In tho House,
was considered by the Senate Com
mittee on Commerce.
Mr. McClellan made the argument
for tho bill, being opposed by'Max
well Kvarts, general counsel of nil
the Hiirrlmun systems; Mr. Evnrts
represented the Pacific Mall Com
pany and Judgo Payson of Washing
ton nppeared for other shipping ln
torWs. Tho Senate Commlttco wero appar
ently In fnvnr of reporting, tho bill,
hut at the request of one Senator the
hearing was adjourned one week to
socurofurthcr Information 'I' havo
Invited (lov. Krear to bo present anil'
make5 n statement nt the adjourned
Very truly yours,
. J. KALANIANA'OLE,
Delegate to Congress.
Washington. May 12. 'OS.
HOME RULERS FIRE
Kaniho Advises Hearers
To Send Poor Men
"Instead of sending wealthy peo
ple, send poor, but Intelligent, relia
ble, honest and (iod-fcaring men to
the Legislature This Ih the only
way in .which tho Interests of the
poor can be properly guarded against
tho Influence of the rich."
. Hon. II. M. 'Kaniho, tho only Home
Kulo candidate that sat In tho House,
of Rcprcsontntlves during the laBt
session, tnalo the above remark In
his speech at the meeting of the
Homo Utile party tit Aala Park last
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Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. Kin St.
Many a Man
has been suddenly reduced from
riches to poverty; and many a nun
has not survived it.
Then his Life Insurant) Policy,
taken at a matter of form, becomes
of the greatest importance to his
Don't neglect insurance.
Fort (It. Qcnoluli
Hawaii To Have
. WASHINGTON, 0. C , Hay 25. The House today agreed to the re
port of the Conference Committee on tfce Sundry Civil bill and the meas
ure was pawed. The bill carries a provision for steamship inspectors for
the District of Hawaii. Hitherto the tetamship inspection has been done
bv the inspectors of the Pacific Coast.
(Special Bull 6t In Wireless)
Hllo. Hawaii, May 25. Night Clerk
Solomon Rcrko shot Itomakii, a part
Hawaiian, while the latter was In his
houso last evening. Ilomaku said ho
had a letter from llcr,ko's wife asking
him to come.
Tho executive of tho Fleot Commlt
tco met nt 1.30 today and among other
things decided to meet nt tho same
hour each day until Its work la fin
ished. Ono of thn Important matters nctcd
upon was to define tho authotlty mid
scope of the committee. It wnB con
cluded that tho Executive should not
Interfere with tho plaim of other com
mittees but "111 net as n clearing
houso for all mi that none may con
flict. Chairman Carter was made a com
mlttco of ono to obtain exact Informa
tion from the Navy Department and
keep posted right up to dnto on Fleet
movements. Tho Press Committed
was 'urged to Indulge In more Klcet
talk. Mix Peck was appointed to
framo u financial plan for detailed
handling of the funds. Carter and
McCandlcsH ueie made n commlttco
to make n synopsis of nil reports
The Press Commlttco Is called to
meot In tho Promotion Committee
rooms Tuesday at 4 p. in.
LONDON, Eng 'May 25. Presi
dent Fallieres of France arrived here
today and was welcomed by King
Foresters adopt now policy with re
gard to members of other orders. It
was decided to admit members of .oth
er orders who wero formerly antag
onistic to thn Foresters.
Four hundred sailors participate In
banquet ut llerkeloy and win nil sorts
of medals and loving cups at big Meld
Mrs. Margaret Mahonoy brings suit
to enjoin Sim Franclsconoard of Bdu
cation from leasing Lincoln school
E. II. Harrlmnn and Now York
bankers reported In syndicate to float
Japanoso loan for 300,000,000 yen.
For Fleet striker
. BALTIMORE, Md., Hay 85. Wil
liam ttuayle. and Charles W. Smith
have been appointed Bishops of the
CLEVELAND, Ohio., May 85.
Four of the striking carmen have
confessed that they dynamited the
cart in which a number of people
1 4 .
FLOODS IN TEXAS
DALLAS, Tex., May 85. Severe
floods have been experienced in this
section. Several lives have been
lost and a million dollars of damage
LONDON, Eng., May 85. The
striking shipbuilders have accepted
the terms of the employers and will
return to work. The workmen in
volved in this strike number 850,000.
NEW YORK, N. Y., May 85. Mrs.
Alfred G. Vanderbilt has secured her
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Fieai Says "Hurry
Kapaa Land Matter
Two letters that materially affect
ed the proposed exchange of lands nt
Kapaa came to Acting Governor
Mott-Smltli this morning. Ono was
from (iovernor Prcar In Washington
and tho other from (leorge Knlrrhlld.
It wns only tho other day that Mott-
Smlth begun to feel rnthcr annoyed
because he had heard nothing from
Kntrchlld regarding the finding of
Colonel Spalding, and ho notified him
that ho iwanted to know what was
Fa'lrchlld's letter came post-hnBte.
Ho has sent tho following cable to II.
P. Rlthot In San Francisco:
"Government nnnoyed at our de
lay and Inability to locato Spalding.
Cublo at onco whether he has been
located, that we mnyvglvo some valid
reason for our failure to nnswer.
The Acting Governor stated thlB
morning that ho had as yet received
no valid reason why nn iinswor
should not bo given to the proposi
tion, and from the tone of Governor
Frear's eplrllo It seems not a great
amount of additional tlmo will be
givon the Mnkee Sugar Co. In which
to namo their definite nnswer.
Governor Frcur ssjb: "Wo cannot
hold tho exrhnnge proposition open
Indefinitely. Time Is Important." re
ferring to tho Kapaa matter. There
fore It behooves Rlthet or Fatrchlld
LOW WANTS POLO
Arranges Wild West
Show And Possibly
Whllo tho various Fleet .commit
tees are working strenuously toward
making tho Btuy of tho Fleet In Ha
waii an Interesting event, Ebon Low
has constituted himself a committee
of ono to procure entertainment
along his particular specialty In tho
lino of things equlno and bovine. Ho
has nlrcady met with considerable
eucccss lnbls efforts nnd if every
thing goes well ho will ho able to
contribute several very Interesting
fen t ii r oa to the general scheme of en
tertainment. Ono of the events which Low has
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to locate Spalding within a ery
iliort time, or the whole proposition
will proh.ibb be dropped by the Gov
ernment Governor Frear's letter wns writ
ten from Washington on Mny 1 1. Ho
says that ho has been exceedingly
busy with i.orlal engagements as
well as the Conference of Governors.
On the way East he stopped at Den
ver, St. Louis and Kansas points. He
has been busy arguing the CoastwlM
Shinning bill More the nutbou1'.
With regard to the Kancoho land
Governor Frear states that tho largj
demand for tho lands for pineapple
purrrses may bo tho very reason why
the settlement association plan shout '
"" bo faored. It savors too much of
favoritism, thinks tho Governor
Agnlu ho doeH not bvllovo that the
special agreement bales will nor
when handled In conjunction with a
Governor Frenr states that ho will
probably start West tho latter part of
this month, and Hint he expects to
leavo San Francisco for Honolulu on
tho steamer salting Juno 9.
war scaro Is over nnd that naval fore? '
In Oriental watqrs will be reduend.-
Tafl's nomination on first ballot ls-t
assured by returns on delegates to
'invention n' Chicago,
Pretty IMua Goodrich goes to San
Franclrro to marry Harry McMillan
and defies Nat Goodwin.
Link McCandless And
Armstrong Buy In
From a deed filed with Registrar
Mcrrlam, It Is understood that Link
McCandlcsH nnd James Armstrong
have gone still farther Into tho rlco
business. They have taken over tho
property of the Kancobo ltlce Co.,
Ltd., at Maunnaiiul, Ewn, County' of
Onhu, fur the. consideration of II,
537.00, nnd will tnko full possession
of otcrytlilng on July 1st.
A. Ilancberg' wns president of tho
Ifancohu Hlco Company and II.
Sclmltzo wns treasurer, James Arm
strong has been successfully engaged
In rlco cultivation in Mnkua for
(Continued on Page 3)
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