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Prom San Francisco:
Nippon Mnru Jan. '8
For San Francisco:
Manchuria Jan. 9
Mnkiirn Jan. 8
Mo.'in.i Fell. 3
ANY OLD FURNITURE you don't
need advertise it for sale in the
Bulletin. There is always some
one looking for snch things. There
is no better wav to reach them than
by a B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ad.
2:30 EDITION A doctor Lost his fob a bulletin ad founmtask us about it
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6 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY ,0F&HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 100D. 10 PAGES.
VOL. XI. NO. 4203.
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Republicans Work On
Nsw Compromise Plan
A final attempt Tor n compromlso
who city the trundles between the.
Mnyv mill tbo Hoard of Supcrvlsois
limy be cITectiinlly nettled, la being
ninilo today. The pioposltlon ema
nates from the Republicans, bcltiR,
however, more of party mcusuru
tbnn unu coming ilircctl) from the S.i
V. O. Smith appears tu bo the main
baikcr of the plan. Ho proposes that
be anil A. 0. M. Koboitsoit for thu
ItcpubllcaiiH mill V. A. Kinney and
12. M. Watson for tbn Democrats bnvo
n lonforcni-e at which ii compromise
inn ho arrhed at. The main haul
for tbo ngrccmeiit l tu be a total wip
ing out of all tlio art Ion which baa
been taken ko far by tbo Hoard. Tbo
Mayor la to bo given tbo power of ap
pointment, subject, however, to tbo
approval of tbo Hoard. Tbo rules uro
to bo revised In pome particulars, mid
finally M Chilian, the lone Democrat,
Is to bo given a seat on tbo Expendi
tures Committee, Logan being will
In C, II la said, to Rive up Ills seat for
the purpose, as bo Is chairman of tbo
Ways and .Means Committee.
While this la the proposition, there
nro Mill many bridges to be crossed
beforo It ran bo carried through.
I'lrst of all, It does not matter that
nil the Iti-vubllcm Supervisors hnvo
boon consulted about the mailer, and
there Is oVery possibility thnt they
will decline to rovlso the rules. Pur
thermore, it Is by no means probable
that the Democrats will accent the
proposition. WutMin mid MiClellan
"Wo receive practically no wale'
Irniii tbo public mains, and tho Hie
piotectloii for tho buildings Is there
loin nothing. Wo lino t.ild wmi"
Iwiilnch plpu from the lank, and need
additional storage tanks In which Ki
Dr. I'ctciton made tho above plate
nienl In his report n io Iloai.l of
Health on t'ondilliius at tho Insane
AhjIiuu at I'alama. I'lrii pinlecllon Is
needed then, without n doubt, for the
wooden buildings mo mostly all old
Waril.niuiibor two was condemned IHo
M'liiH ago by u committee fiom tb
llo.iiil of Ilfiltli as being In too bad n
condition to lepalr, but uutblng has
been iluno slnco that tlmo. IVteraon
Wilson Bros, and Cluett
Two of the best ami most reliable brands of shirts
made today. Stop and take a look at them. Handsome
Patterns, Finest Material, Hip Variety.
I wcro Keen this morning, and they ex
picsscd thenisehes as opposed to tbo
proposed plan. Their view was that
the Republicans were virtually Riv
ing up nothing, mid that tbo most
satisfactory tbiiiR for all concerned
was to have tbo lourts decide tho
(jneMlons which bavo been rnlscd,
The .Major was not seen, but Scc
icttiry Ithodns said that, whllo bo
had heard nothing about tbo propos
ed iiiiiinroiiilFn from anv authorltatlvo
jfcourie, he had beard that there was
Isoino plan of tbo kind bolng contem
plated. The Major would undoubt
edly bo wIIIIiir to consider tbo mat
ter, and would submit It to his nttor
ncys, Kinney and Watson.
I On tbo whole, It appems that tho
j Democrats aro not at all anxious to
effect a compromise, but prefer to
tale the matter to tho courts. Tho
leaders of tbo party think thnt they
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Miss Locke's Class In tbo l'sycbol
ORy of William James will IicrIii
Iiiimnry 20th, at 10:30 a. in., at tbo
icsldcncn of llr. .1, M. Dowsett, Pu
nahou Btrect, between Wilder and
llerctanla avenues, and tbo Art Class
will begin .January 22t, nt MO p.
in., at tbn icsldcncn of Mrs. C. II.
Wood, 'Thurston avenue.
.hcroforu lecoiiiiuolids Hint an appro
pilallou of $10(00 ho secured. If pus-t-lble.
to build n new htluctuie. He
'Tho Insane asylum is Innreasliig Its
I'nil.v avrr.igo of iutiintes at tbo rate of
"' for tbn two years." It Is probably
meant by this lh.it In tho past two
rtr-iis tho uunib-r of InmatCB lias been
Iiicii'-iumI by 2.').
Tho lloird of Health lias abolished
the- pnsltlnun of Itegistriii' (luucral,
whfih carries u salary of Sirn per
inoulli, and of Inspector of I'liimhlug
nml House Fowi'is' curiylng a salary
of JUKI per month. Tbo s.ilary of the
Milk and Dairy Inspector will probably
Lo raised fiinu $75 to JIOD per month
In Office of Road
"I selected tho men for this offlco
and the Mayor appointed tbcni," said
John Wilson, Kern's nppolnteo to
tube Tiimmto Cummins' place, this
mornhiR, Wilson mid his men nro
uftlt tn IIia mtlultln tt tttn nfTlpn
"welting and watching," they say,
while the old employes aro Inside go
ing ahead with their work Just as If
nothing had ever occurred to disturb
their serenity. Wilson was asked
what ho meant by conducting a fight
ngaiiiBt women, tho stenographer In
the ofllco at present being Miss Lucy
"I do not think thnt this offlco Is
any place for a woman," said Wll
on. "There nro too many workmen I
passing back and fortlu Anderson,
my selection for tho position, will
hold down tho position of both ste
nographer and assistant clerk, there
by reducing tbo office forco,"
It was pointed out to Wilson thnt
the offlco forco would bo exnetly tho
same under the now regime as be
fore, Forn having 'added ono man to
tho garbage department force. J. C.
(Continued on Page 5)
LEILEHUA WILL BE
READY FOR TROOPS
Fifth Cavalry Will Reach
Knrly Wednesday morning tho U.
h. Army transport Thomas, bringing
tho first and third nqimilrons of tbo
Fifth United States Cavalry, will reach
this poit, If tho ship runs on schcdiiln.
Tho Hherldnu sailed from San Fran
cisco yesterday morning.
There villi bo on board tho transport
eight troops of cavalry, thu regimental
headquarters ' inil band. All Held
irpilpmont will In; brought with tho rol
dlers, but tho hoiscs will roino In on
tho Ainerlcan-Ilnwallau freighter Vir
ginian. Two or threo days' mull will
also bo brought, in all probability, on
Major Fostor anil Captain Sturgcs of
the Fifth Cavalry, aro already on the
gioiuid, tho ofUcera having arrived
hem on tho same ship which brought
Captain Castner, the constructing
quartermaster charged with tho work
of building tbo Lellchiia post.
All of tho tents needed to house both
officers and men bnvo been sent mil to
U'llclum and all will bo up and floored
by Tuesday night at tho latest. Sani
tary nrrangimentr, bavo been practlc
1 11 v completed, anil tho .water plant Is
In sat ifi'd iry w irklm? order. Though
(Continued on Paire 2)
Consider the advisability of
making out a will NOW.
Think of the necessity of leav
ing an "iron-bound" will
one that not even tho clever
est lawyer can smash.
Our business is to draw up
wills in proper legal form. We
do it freo of charge, if made
one of the executors.
A benefit concert for tbo llnllan suf
ferers' relief fund will bo given nt tho
Opera llouso on Saturday evening,
.limitary 1R. Tbo program will Include
tbo best musical and dramatic nrt of
tbo city. Tickets will be on sale Mon
day forenoon nt tho llcrgstioui Music ,
The Hoard of Supervlvirs held nn
otber pcacoful anil short meeting this,
afternoon nt 1 o'clock, only routine,
business being done. All tho Supei
vlsors, except Cox, wcro present.
l-og.tn reported for the special com
mittee on offlco quarters, In favor of
leasing tbo upper floor of tbo Mcln
tyro building nt the rate of ?2.ri0 a
month. A resolution to this effect
waB Introduced by McUleltan and car
ried on motion by Kane, seconded by
Logan said that the commltteo had
used duo diligence tu strlko a better
bargain elscwhcr hut hail been un-
nblo to do so, ntili the proposition
adopted wns considered by business
men ns n vory good one.
City and County Attorney Cath
cart submitted nn opinion rccommciv
tllng tbo passage of tho resolution
granting tho United States n right'
of-way for a military road from Knlil
kaua avenue to tho Knlln road. I la
added that ho believed It would
amount merely to tbo granting ofia
license, as ho doubted thnt tho City
nml County hnd Iho power to gra'ut
franchises, Tbo resolution carried, on
motion by Quliin.
On motion by l-ogan, tho meeting
adjourned until ID a. m. tomorrow.
Tho Nippon Marti, bringing mall
from the Coast, will rench hero ut
r:30 o'clock this aftornoou. A wire
less wns received from tho ship this
noon by II. Ilnckfcld & Co.
Mrs. L. L. McCutidlcss' rendbig of
liocms by Judge Dolo was ono Of the
features at thu "laical Authors' 'Kvcn
Ing" at tho Kilohuna Art Leugne last
night. Tho whole program was charm
Ing. Among other literary efforts pre
sented wns a translatldn of nblt of
iinclent Tahltlnn verso by W. I). Alex
TUB FItENCH ship Thiers, which
nrrlvod hero yesterday afternoon from
Tasmania, Is ut lit lying out In tho
rtrcinn, The Thiers called hero for
orders, and It is not thought likely
l bat sho will dock.
DP YOU WANT FRUIT
SHIPPED TO THE COAST
and want the BEST, leave your
order with .us.
Island Fruit Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE.
Territorial Body Returns
Two Indictments This
Two true bills wero brought In by
tho Territorial (Irand Jury, which was
in final session this morning. One of
them Is against T. Ynmnmoto, charged
with bribery, and tho other against
Talk W'oon KI, charged with nssault
with a weapon. Tho (Irand Jury
drawn from tbo now panel will bo
Mvorn In Monday.
The nml report of this body wns giv
en to Judge Do Holt this morning, in
which It Is stated that tbn total num
ber of cosos taken up was 80, tbo num
ber of true bills returned r,5, and tho
I'ltmbcr In which no bills were found,
Tho following wcro tho cases taken
up this morning:
Knlol ami Manna Kalclhcaua, lar
ceny; no bill.
Alt Tuck ullnH Chu Tuck, perjury;
Yntsutnkl and Aokl, embezzlement;
Kcobokll, burglary; no bill,
T, Ynmamoto, bribery; trim bill.
Hakimoto Araklchl, violating fishing
rights: no bill.
1'hlk Woon Ki, assault with a wea
pon'; truu bill.
HAWAII MAY SOON
BE A DEPARTMENT
Depot Quartermaster is
What, was probably tlio first Btep
toward establishing tho Military De
partment of Ilawnll, was taken several
weeks ago by tho War Department
when tho depot quartermaster hero
was taken out of tho Jurisdiction of
tho Department of California and made
directly responsible to tho Quarter-roaster-General's
offlco at Washington,
Heretofore, tbo local military sta
tion being a part of tho Department
of California, tho depot quartermaster
lias had to transact all business
through headquarters at San Fran
cisco, Considerable Inconvenience has
resulted ut times, it Is said, through
the lielaj' necessary In reaching Wash
ington with important business, owing
to tbo necessity for passing matters
up to Han Francisco first.
That Iho Department or Hawaii will
bo an actual fact within a very short
tlmo, Is tho opinion of local Army offi
cers. Tbo great garrison which will
bo located hero, and iho Importnnco of
tho post not only as a lighting but as
a supply base, will domain), it is bo
Moved, that tho administration bo lo
cated on tho ground.
As tho authority of a itcpartmont
commander Is, of necessity, much
grontor than that of any post coin
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A Watchword Of The
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 8. Ihc Senate today instructed the Ju
diciary Committee to report on whether the President was authorized to
permit the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company by tlx
United Steel Company. This absorption was one of the incidents of tho
1907 panic. In consequence of the auproval of the President, J. P. Mor
n, acting for the Steel Trust, was able to wipe out its only remaining
lumpctitor. It is believed by many that the conditions thnt started the
panic were brought on by the Steel Trust to force the absorption of tho
HOUSE SCORES PBESIDENT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan, 8. The House today devoted its time to
a debate of the secret service as brought to publio notice by the Presi
dent's message. The President was vigorously assailed by several speakers.
MESSINA SHAKING AGAIN
MESSINA, Sicily, Jan. 8. An undulatory earthquake shock was ex
perienced here during the night and panic prevailed throughout the city,
The U. S. supply ship Culgca arrived today.
POLICE SERGEANT KILLED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 8. Police Sergeant Nolting of the city
force was shot dead today by Private Jordan of the Coast Artillery. ' Jor
dan was intoxicated.
m i m
RACE-TRACK FIGHT BEGINS
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 8.
was marked by the introduction of
aimed against the Japanese.
WIFE MURDERER IS KILLED
SAN QUENTIN. Calif., Jan. 8. Thomas Fallon, who murdered his
wife, was hanged today.
BEIRUT, Syria, Jan. 8. The U.
ginia arrived today, but left for Smyrna on account of the plague at this
m i i
TANG COLLED BACK TO PEKIN
PEKJN. China, Jan. 8. Special Commissioner Tang Shao Yi has
WHERE SUGAR IS PRODUCED
Mr. Desplace Of Queens
land Says White
GOVERNMENT AND CORPORATIONS
LEND MONEY AND HELP
Head of One of Queensland Central
Mills Finds Much of Interest
in Hawaii Returning
Among thu passengers for Australia
by tho Makura leaving today, Is Mr
Dcsplaco, who enmo hero soino four
weeks ago with letters of Introduction
Irom Dr. Maxwell, formerly of tho Ha
A Shoe for
NO RUBBERS NEEDED, ,
This new boot, the latest addition
to our stock, is one that will. meet
the needs of the man who does lots of
walking and is troubled with partic
ularly sensitive feet.
The "CAMBRIDGE" is made of
soft black vicl kid has a double
sole, broad toe, and low heel.
It has a distinctive style, and is
altogether a good-looking, sensible
shoe. No. 523, Price $5.00.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET.
Today's session of the Legislature
anti - racetrack gambling bills nnd bills
GO TO SMYRNA
S. battleships Louisiana and Vir
waiian Sugar l'lantcrb" Kxperlmen
Mr. Dcsplaco is on a vacation tint at
tho samo tlmo lias been visiting the
most prominent sugar mills with n
view to benefit tho Queensland mills
bo Is connected with.
Mr. Dcsplaco Is the manager of one.
of tbo Queensland Government Central
Mills and also Inspector of tho other
uilllfa under government control. Dr.
Maxwell is tho comptroller of that de
partment whilst also director of tho
Sugar Kxpoilmonl Stations there.
Mr. Dcsplano Is very much Imprnsseil
with what ho Iiiih seen, mid states that
Iho whlto labor condition In tbo nugnr
fields of Queensland Is bottling down,
tn business there nnd Is giving satis
faction, but to nrriie at it tho Indus
try has been sperlully legislated for
thu only trouble Is It Is llko most of
such legislation there Is no certainty
of how long It will bo kept on,
Tbo Queensland system for Iho
maintenance of whlto labor in tbo sug-
(Continued on Pnge 2)
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS & COOKE BLDG.)
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Cor nor of Fort and. Hotel Sts.
023 FORT ST.
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