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Asia Aug. 22
Aorangl Aug. 22
Mutmmi . . Sept. 1."
VOL. X. NO. 4085
TARIFF CONFERREES MAKE FINAL- PLANS
Million Dollar Ditch
Will Soon Be Started
Arrangements for tliu Diluting of
the million-dollar bund tsMio liy tliu
ll.imuku.i bl lo!i Company, which U
tn pay for tho uiustiuctlnn tit llio
ii(iKi3?il lower illtch, have liccn prnc
tlcally completed, unil within u rnti-
)llo llT lUOtltllS thld glcill piece llf 011-
gliircilng work will lie started.
Thcso (,oim! tidings wero IniiilRlit
this morning liy I'. M. Lewis anil .1.
T. .MiC'roiEim, who rcturncil In the
Alumc-l.i ntli'i' mi ubscnrn fioiu tliu
Tcrillory of ten nioiitliH. -
"Wo spoilt incut iif the time wo
weir itw.iy In North Germany nnd
Kugland," mid llrCrosson this morn
lug, "tt'o mn'lo two trips to tlio hit
tor plme rrom San Francisco, unil
thole m nude niiungetucnts with
Hjntllcato for the flnatliiR or ?800,
000 of I lie million-dollar Imml Issue,
?20i,noo of the total being t ikon up
in lluwnll, Tliu nirnngcnients hiivn
not Iipch completed owing to the fact
that the .sviidlcntc which Iiiih taken
nwwyowyj.. i"'i.w......iiii wimim.i i .iw. .i .1 w
For Tariff Meeting
Next Monday evening tho lltst big
meeting for tho illmtrMon of turltfi
ever liolil In tlio Inlands will como off
In tliu. looms of tho Ihutubei of Coin
inerro. This inoinlng Governor Fiear
wan IhIIoi1 by thoso men who hnvo
been Inkllllf tlirt mrisl until,. Inlet-nut
III I Ills work, ami picilniiuary plans I
lor tliu meeting wero discussed, nl-'
thotiKli iiolhlug definite was ilono. '
I'llnco Cuplil, Mr. MrClotlnu. Mr. Ten
ni'.v. W. (). Smith. .Innieii F. Mniganl
unil others woro present at tho con-1
feronco In tliu Govcrnin's office, nnd'
the gciioial piopuslllou of what lnnt-i
Iota wero to ho taken up wcro illr-1
No lejolutloiiH of any iriiiuo liavo
jet been uraflcil. as all t.ils will U
taken up at tho meeting Monday oven
lug Governor I'leariind tho Delegate
have fathoiril tho tin Iff discussion lo
thivgic.itor extent all thitiugli, feeling
that, In n measure, tho Industrial wol-,
fine of tho Ishimls drpeiulH on tho
Tho special session of Congress will
undoubtedly ho culled Immediately nf
lei llio Inauguration of tho now Pres
ident, about Mm oh third, and It Is tho
Intention of tho Governor to lmo tliu
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
Wc have a large, new stock of them just in.
Single- and double-breasted Sergesand Woolens, all
tailored in the latest correct fashion by New York's fore
most clothing house.
Stop in and sec them in
I The Kash Co., Ltd.,.
Corner. Fort and Hotel Streets
COMMITTEE FOR PACIFIC
tlio mallei up harj foiuo iciulicmcnls,
Imt those can eiFlly lie mot here, ninl
tlicy will lie attended to Inimeilliitcly.
"The bonds will uiny Intcrc3t ul
eIx per cc:tl. nnd will ha for n forty
)car term, hut enn ho reilccnioil at
an earllijr time on llio payment of n
(pi lulu premium. 1 ran toll Jim thai
It U Urn Jntcntloii of the Kngllsh syn
dicate to pinto tlio IjoikH on the mar
krt lit $102, hut tlio pilto which wo
nro to got for thorn I nm not at lib
erty to give out.
"All tlio money which la ilorlvcil
fio:;i this 1 Kind Issue will bo xpent on
the (oimltuctlnn of tlio lower tlltrli.
This will supply the sumo plantations
us ate now being Htippllcil by tho pros
out eoetlen of the tliloh, but tho now
section will supply them at a lower
level unil will ha ublo to furnish them
with more water than they aro get
ting now. Tho work, of construction
will he stalled befmo tlio end of Sep
tember." tariff mailer heio settled ono way or
tho other In time to liavo Congress
take It up betoio adjourning. What
action will ho taken, or what stops aro
ciinlomplatcil at tlio meeting Monday
evening, tho Governor was not pio
paled to stato this morning.
PAY CLERK' DUNN
TO REMAIN HERE
Navy orders of Intotcst hero nro
given In tho Vallejo livening Nows of
August lllli. Ai cording tn tho orders
reported there, lay Clcilt Thoiuus
Dunn, U. H. N who has been al this
station for it long while, but who was
dctathed at -tho tlmo of tho arrival of
tho Fleet hero, Is oulcreil lt duly at
tlio Naval Station, Teat I Harbor. Ila
wall. Tho place ut tho naval training
station, Sail Francisco, Cal which It
was believed ho would got. Is to Iiu
filled by I'ay Clerk S. H. Knowles, V.
g)y BULLETIN ADS PAY -ffi
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRUAY.
Allowed By Tax
Ccitlllcales of appeal fmni the tie-
i IrIoiis of the Tax Appeal Court with
icgard to tho plneapplo com panics
have been Hied by Tax Assessor Clins.
T, Wilder, and wero placed on iccunl
this morning. The plneapplo coin-
panics cf OjIiii were all allowed ex
emption under tho law bv tho recent
decision of the Tax Appeal Court, and
It Is to these exemptions that Wil
der takes cce;itlon.
Tho eases will bo fought thiough
tho Siipicme Court of tho Territory.
Tho Wahlavva Plneapplo Company,
whose propel ty valuation Is placed
nt ?8!),8S5, was allowed a total ex
emption mid this will bo contested,
us will also tlio exemption of tho
Hawaiian Pineapple Company, in
which tho valuation of the property
In dispute Is named at $14 1,957.93.
An appeal has been taken liy tho Tax
Arscssor also In tho exemption allow
ed the Honolulu Packing Company,
with a propci ty valuation of 125,62?,
and In tho Pearl City Fruit Com
pany, whose piopcrty valuation. Is
plaied at $r.K,()72.
Disbursements For Year
Tliu annual report of .1. II. Fisher,
Auditor of tho Territory of Hawaii,
has been completed mid has been
printed in pamphlet form. Auditor
Fisher sums up tho work of his de
partment timing tho past year In tho
following letter to tho Governor,
which intiodiiccs tho pamphlet:
Honorable W. F. Frrar. Governor of
tho Tonltory of Hawaii.
Dear Sir: In pitrsuanro of Sec'
Hon 1510, Koviscd Laws, I liavo tho
honor to transmit herewith tlio re
port of this Department for tho fiscal
car ending Juno 30, 1908,
Ily roferonco to the comparative
statement of tho receipts and disburse
menu of tho revenue of the Terri
tory on pages 58-59 yoi! will notlco
that tho disbursements exceeded tho
iccclpts for tho year by $14G,922.49,
which Is accounted for In part by
tho paymont to the Counties of one
half of the nmount collected on ac
count of licenses, or $102,580.14,
(Continued on Pace 2)
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The principal ill (acuity emiinntcreil
nt the first mcrtliig of tlio Pacific
Fleet Committee, which took placo
this nflarnooii In tho ('liamhT of
Commorco rooms, was the question
as to whether tho funds turned over
to It as n balance ut tho Atlantic
Fleet Committee funds could be ex
pended tor tho entertainment of the
I'.iclfie Fleet, whereas It had been
oilglnnllv subscribed for tho enter
tainment of tlio Atlantic Fleot, with
out first obtaining tho consent of tho
iiibbcrlbers. This matter was discuss
ed at mire length, hut finally It was
derided that It would be practically
Impossible to obtain such consent.
mil that it might be considered sufo
to assume that tho donors would of
fer no objections.
Tho meeting was presided over by
G. W. Smith, those present being
Smith, II. P. Wood, A. I.. C. Atkinson,
P. 1.. Waldron, and I.. T. Peck.
Smith stated that the Governor had
suggested that the best work could
bo done by limiting tho number ot
members on tho lommltteo. He sug
gested that one i.i.ui ho chosen us tho
head of each siib-commltteo with
power to appoint his associates, not
to exceed five,
Wnldrou suggested that tho enter
tainment on tho part of tho commlt
teo ho limited to a trip to I'cnrl Har
bor, and to let tho hotels look after
balls, receptions, etc.
Smith said that some ladles had
asked him to let them give a sub
scription ball for tho Fleet and also
a garden party. Ho added that no
additional fii'jds wcro needed.
I.. T. Peck was elected treasurer of
Smith said that ho thought that
tho entertainment should ho limited
to sports. Pearl Harbor trip, and a
Waldron said ho did not think that
(Continued on Page 4)
AT HUM TONIGHT
This Is tho night tho Bulletin 4
Newsboys go to tho Orphciim. -
f There will bo ns largo a crowd ns
f careful mothers will allow, as
tho cm few law frightens soino of
f them. Tlio boys alwuyB llko a
night at the popular theatre, unil
tho present vnudovillo company
Is giving a piogrnm that Is tho 4
f best nny nntlvo born boy has
f over Been In Honolulu.
Tho biggest six days' IntslncBs on
tcconl so far at Kerr's sale.
S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
in our boys Watch 'Era Gol
if you try them, that our C0MBINA-
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suit your requirements as to price
AUGUST 21. 1908-8 PAGES
Figures Show He Beats
Records Of Former
In order to icfutc llio statements rehearing before the Court of Appeals of the famous twcnty-ninc-million-which
liavo been made to the effect dollar Standard Oil case.
that Chief of Detectives Kiil.ildela has j
not made ns many arrests of gamblers Tho decision of Judge I.nndls against the Slandanl Oil people nnd ,
ildno lirovloiis to tl nt tit 81 Iff lcvjlnB n llC!lvy ,lnc ,V!IH "vcrseil liy the Court or Appeals. This bimight ;
laukca has had n KtatemcntCcompllei n,,t " crl"',kr nt " r"lrt ' president itoosevtlt that was InterpietciU
which shows tho number of arrests enemies of tho Administration m an attatk on tho legal Kslcm ot
niado for this often no during Knla-'the country, Frank Kellog of Minnesota will londurt the (lovernmeiit'n ,"
klela's Incumbency ns compared wlf case. Attorney General llonaparto gave out tho following Etnlcincnt ot
tho number made for tho same can, i,g .,iIin 0f nctloir
during tho last three months ot bis.
Kalakleln'H record Is ns follows:
July 30 15 3
August till dnto ..93 (18
to which may bo added a hrgu num
ber, ns the ruses of a number of
gamblers are still In court.
Tho arrests made for gambling dur
ing tho three months previous to Kn
laklela's appointment wero as follows:
May . , ,i. 5:1 45
June 71 18
July 4t 29
Tho latter figure Includes many of
tlio uricsts made by Kiilaklehi, ns can
bo seen by referring to tho figures
ONE SALARY 1LT
OFFICIAL CAN DRAW
Thompson's Bill Makes
Test Of Old
Attorney General Hcincmvny has
filed his brief for tho auditor In the
matter of llio appeal of I T. Peck, A.
I'. Judd, A. J. Perry, and James A.
Thompson from n ruling of tho aud
itor. Thompson was recently em
plojed to do some typo-writing work
by ono of tho Territorial Boards, und
ho did this outsldo of his icgiilnr of.
flcu hours, working at night. He put
In it hill for 160, which was turned
down by tho auditor, on tho grounds
that a Territorial cmployco cannot re
ceive compensation for employment
on two Territorial Jobs that oxeceds
the highest salary paid for his reg
This Is also tho stand taken by tho
Attorney General, that Thompson
when he accepted two positions, could,
under tho law, accept only tho highest
salary attached to ono of them,
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Auir. 21.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis. 9s. 9d.
Parity, 4.04 cents. Previous quota
tion, us. lUl-Zd.
The Latest and Most Delioious in
novation at our Soda Fountain.
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.
FIGHT IS RENEWED
ON STANDARD OIL
CHICAGO, 111., Aug. 21. The Government 1ms filed n petition for a
T"o government will make eveiy
'fort in Its power to seeiuo a rovl
lon "' recent decision nnd opinion
of tho Circuit Court of Appeals for
tho Seventh District In tiio case or
the Standard Oil Co., of Indiana, elth-
TACOMA,. Wash., Aug. 21. A band of Italians attacked Hindu la
borers today. They are employed on the railroads.
wrtT CDDiunc ur w .. n
..v. "iiiuiuu, .. to., nug. i.
speech today in which he strongly unholds the Republican tariff, the gold
monetary system, and the principle of
SYDNEY, Australia, Aug. 21.
me omcen ana men oi tne American fleet took place today. A State
banquet was jiven for the officers and amusements for the men.
ADVISERS FOR TURKEY
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Aug. 21. A British adviser will 're
organize the Turkish navy and a French adviser will direct the reforms
in national finance undertaken by the new constitutional government of
1 i i
DUTCH WITHDRAW STEAMSHIPS
WIT.TT.MRTATi C.imran Ttntnl.
I " - ., WH.HWHV, A.U.V.. ,l..l .UUII.J, .IU. .A.IC JUUilt
(Dutch West Indian Mail Steamshin Comuany has discontinued the trips of
iu atciuiuiiifn tu Tcuczucian pons, in is is n result oi ins seriously strain
ed relations between Venezuela andthc Netherlands.
i i ii
RACE RIOTING IS ENDED
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Auir. 21.
trol and quiet reigns, following the
Any and all persons Inlet osted In
the subject of legislation affecting tbo
public lands of tho Territory of Ha
waii, nro Invited and requested lo for
ward suggestions to tlio chairman or
Advisory Land Law Commission, 2nn
Judd building, Honolulu. A full mid
free discussion Is recommended, nnd
tho Commission Is especially desirous
of obtaining tho sentiment ot tbo pub
lic at tho earliest possible) date, ns
tho report of the Commission Is duo
Price, S3. 50
TO PROSPERITY WITH J
the BULLETIN KEY.
PRICE 5 CENTS
r bj the Court of Appeals Itnclf, or If ,
nutessary by tho Hupreme Court ot
the Hulled Stales. 'Iho gentlemen
who liavo been in consultation with''.
mo all unlto In mv opinion that In tho.
(Continued on tage 4)
n-..j!.i..- ... .1. . 1
isuiiuiuuic liiu miiuc 11 campaign v,;
The official landing and reception of '
WYot Tn.lin. A.... OI Tl.. TI....I
The civil authorities nrr nrmiti In enn
race riots early in the week.
DEFUNCT COMMITTEE !
A meeting of tho defunct Atlantic
Fleet Committee wua called for : ,
o'clock this afternoon nt tho Chamber
in wciiiiiii'ii'p riKiniH, nut mo principal
member or l u body failed to show
up, nnd no meeting was held, Chair
man Cutter railed tho meeting and
failed lo appear.
November 1st, 1908.
a. i.nwis, .in.,
Chairman, Advisory Land Law Coin-mission.
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