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Mongolia : Jan. 29
Aornngi Fob. G
Moulin , Feb. 3
Nearly everyone reads a newspaper.
About all the particular and discern
ing people in Honolulu read the
Bulletin. A Want Ad. in a pa
per like the Bulletin is sure to
reach people that can and will buy.
NOTHING MAKES BUSINESS SO QUIET AS A LULL IN ADVERTISING
VOL. XI. NO. 4214.
8 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
COASTWISE SUSPENSION ENDANGERS T
' 1 itl-Jr 4M&JUM..
Says Enemies of Hawaii Will Wield
Coastwise Agitation Against
Protection of Our
Jan. T. Morgan, President of tho
Cliuiulivr or Commerce, when asked
lor the iiiljleRrani from the H.ui
rimiclKcn Chamber of Commerce nd
vIhIiik the local lioily agatiiBt approv
al of tho suspension of the coastwise
shipping law, stated that the cable
gram was private maftcr.
The polite request, evidently nnger
oil him very much, although thu
Chamher of Coinincira la supposed to
haji public body, and n member of
"the Hoard of Trustees, fnvoicd tho
publication of the telcgrnnC' Mor
' iTfin'a manner to tho reporter was al
Mr. Morgan was alRO nskedfor a
ropy, of the letter of United States
Senn'tur Perkins to the Chamber of
Commerce. This was likewise I of us
ed as "private matter."
Wheir asked again for tho 1'crklns
letter, Mr. Morgan said this morn
ing: "I am working for tho good of
the Torrltoiy. I have mapped but a
Hue of pioceduie and 1 shall accept
no udvleo fiom ou newspaper men.
The in has been too much agitation
In this matter This correspondence
(omes to tho Chamber of Cominqrco.
It Is not In line with my polio to
give II to tho public. I am running
this and I want no advice or aid fiom
the newspapers The public has
nothing to do with this 1 am hand
ling this matter quietly In the way
that I think best "
Tho two letters which Senator Per
kins wiote tho Chamber of Commorce
nre given In full ns follows. They
were not furnished tho public by tho
present 1'iesldent of thu Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce:
UNITKI) STATES 8RNATB
Civil Sen Ice and Retrenchment
December 7, 1U08.
Chamber of Coimnoiee.
Honolulu. 11. T.
Sly Doar Slis: Your tolegiam of
November 2Sth relative to tho pro
I used suspension of the (oastwlso
SOLID WHITE AND STRIPED
P and tp Oil
These are all new Spring Goods, and correctly tailor
ed in the Spring Fashions.
Take a look at them in out windows then come in
and try on a pair. They give a stunning effect with a
The Kasli Co., Ltd.,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
shipping laws, nsklng for its with-
diawal or defeat, and requesting tho
pitsuige of the ship-subsidy bill, has
hien received. The former measuio
1 will liao recommitted to the Com
mittee of Commerce, of which I am
u member, and think It ran B.ttelv be
left to slumber there. Tho business
of the short session will bo confined
almost exclusively o tho supply .hlllr.
In ii'ianl to ship-subsidy bill, I
would bo" tit it this matter will bo
riven mo t caioful and favorable con
Bldc.i.tlon whim It comes up.
Yours very truly, '
(Signed) OKO. C. PUIIK1NB.
UNITED STATES 8KKA-.B
Civil Service mid Itotrenchment ,
December 12, 190S.
Chamber of Commerce,
Honolulu, II. T.
Gentlemen: Your telegram of De
timber 10th recalling )our telegrnm
or November 28th and declaring In
fnvor of tho passage of tho shipping
bill now before tho Senate, has been
recehed. I had alicady submitted to
tho Scnnto jour message opposing tho
bill, and It is ery emhariasslng to
now glo notice that )our opinion Is
Tho position which Is now taken
has given rise to some comment not
outlioly faoialile to the consistency
of the Chamber of Commerce.
It is pointed out that the friends
of the 'stands are now engaged in
seeking to secure protection for su
car, coffee, pineapples, and other pro
ducts against foreign competition,
(Continued on Page 4i
Wo Ship Fruit
again by the
Hilonian, Jan. S56 ,
Island Fruit Co., .
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
. . . nMiWJ- . j i . -Mu Suv it
GERMAN SHIP MAKES
Canine Family Dies On
Board and Seamen
One hundred and twent) -seven da)n
out from Coxhavcn, German), without
seeing a vessel, and experiencing
pleasant weather, excepting when
rounding Capo Horn, the Gorman ship
Mario Hnckfehl, Captain Ginbo, ar
rlU'd this morning and docked at tho
railroad wharf, where she Is unload
ing 27(10 tons of general merchandise,
consigned to Hnckfehl & Co
Thu only plllkl.i on tho way was
tho death of n good mother of five
children Tho mother, by tho way
not a human being. She was n
mother dog No sooner iad the moth
er died than tho thu pups, which wero
pretty seclmcns of n Gorman breed,
died. All were burled at sea. Tho
father of tho deceased puns survived
and Is In town. Ho has become tho
properly of Mr. Isenbcrg
mis is too ursi xniiu mm rirsi jiaiu
KcdderBcn of tho Marie Hackfetd has
been hero. Ho Is delighted with the
place. During tho trip the only enjoy
ment that could bo found on board tho
ship was tho band, which plajed daily
after thu day's work was over, lloth
Christmas and Now Year Das were
pleasantly spent. Special dinners
wero served on both das. Hellglous
services wero held on loard ship dally.
Chinese Celebrate Their
New Year With Gay
This Is tho ChlneseNew Year or
tho Konohl Day, and Chinatown has
practically suspended Its business for
a day, at least. Owing to tlio reconi
death of Their Imperial Majesties, tho
Kmperor and Kmpress Dowager, tho
services of the Hawaiian Hand,
which usually pla)s at tho United
Chinese Society annually, were not
required. Tho hall of tho society
was open, however, and callers were
received by tho officers.
Tho Chinese Anti-Opium League,
which hus a hall of Its own, celebrat
ed the day quietly. The offlcars and
their friends spent tho forenoon In
riding nromid town, calling on tho
officers of tho other sociotjes. The
Quon On Society on Maunakea street,
the Kok On I'ul and tho Ilo Leone
Sal, on Kukul street, and the quar
ters of tho Chinese Reform Associa
tion on King street weio attractive
ly decorated with ferns, palms, and
Chinese flowers Tho callers, Chi
nese, haoles, Hawallans, Japanese,
and other nationalities, ns they ar-
(Continued on Page .2)
When you put off
making out your will
bacauio "there's plen
ty of time for THAT,"
you are forcing your
family to take a risk
of losing the estate.
There's no reason
tor putting It off when
we are willing to pre
pare your will free of
823 FORT ST.
of roslgnntlnn for tiansniUxlon to
Tho (lorernor, when nuked
about this this noon, declined to
say nnjthlng on the mtbject, ," "' rerponsiuimy oi proviutng me
stating that whllo be had been In initio to be held lu tho morning.
corru'iKinilvnce with Kep ilkal tiThls will Include tho Army, the Na-
uver since the trouble, arost- last
f July, he regurded himself merely
us a go-between between Kepol-
-f kal and the Washington author!
ties, and all Information about tho
proceeding should come from -f
either of thesu two sources -f
stone Showers and Dog
Drive It .From Two I
Honolulu has another ghost. It
does not appear to bo such a lively
apparition as tho one which operated
on 1'iinchbowl some months ago, but
what it lucks In variety In perform
ance It makes up for In persistence.
Unlike the Punchbowl ghost, which
was purely local, confining Its opera
tions to tho Ilojd housvr-the new one
1 1 haunting n family, and has al
icady followed It to three different
places of residence. Thu police have
been handling the matter for a cou
ple of da) s, but have not ns et met
with any success,
A Portuguese family, named I'avln,
has been singled out by tho spirit,
and for a couple of months past their
lives have been made miserable by
the phantom's pranks All the mem
lurs of the family, consisting of pa
terfamilias, his wife and sevcial
bo)n and girls, have seen tho appari
tion and have witnessed its manifes
The ghost first mado Its appear
aneo on the scene whon tho family
lived on Knuluwola lane, near school
street. It appeared in the form of a
black dog, which would run up to
the various members of the family
nnd sniff at them. Then It would
disappear, and a few minutes later a
shower of stones ..would descend on
tho house, breaking tho windows and
flying Into the rooms. The stones
would keep coming for a few mltj
utcs; then there would-be an Interval
of about halt an hour, and then tho
tun would commence again. A weird
(Continned on Page 3)
P.S. Feb. 6, will be Tag DayP..
WE DO THE
because we have the boys who realize
the value of Time, We should have
A Little of Yours,
' TERRITORIAL MESSENGER
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
(LEWERS & C00KEBLD(M
Meeting Last Night Gets
All Plans In
The celebration of Lincoln Day to
be held In this city on Feb. 12 will
Include a military parade, a demon
stration by school children and a lit
eiary program In the Opera House
probably during the evening.
The first meeting of tthe iiimmltteo
lu charge of the celebriltluu wuh held'
last evening Major YVInslow accept
ed the responsibility of prov tiling the
vy, the National Guard; cadets from
furious local institutions, the hire
Department, possibly tho Knights of
I')thlas uniform rank, nnd tho Slirl
ners. I-Nillowlng the parade there will bo
a demonstration by the children of
the public schools und probably chor-
' us singing Superintendent Habbttt
has taken this In hand
I C II Dickey has charge of the lit
erary piogrnm lu the Opera House.
Nuiiies that he has on his list for
speakers Include Halter Smith nnd
A S Humphreys It Is stated that
II M Ayres will not he the secre
tur of the meeting. Cupt. Uees of
the Naval Station Is n finished ora-
. (Continued on Page 3)
GET KAPOHO LANDS
Post Office Delay Cause
Of Kick From Hllo
Land Commissioner Pratt today re
ceived advices from Hawaii to the
cfiect that eleven settlers had tul.ui
up the remainder of the Kupobo cano
lands at Pepeekeo on right of pur
chase lease agreements. This was
one of thu matters left over from the
Carter administration, and It Is now
regarded ns satisfactorily settled by
In the meantlmo It Is qulto proba
ble that this same proposition may
cause u kick before the coming Leg-
Irlatiire. Whon the land matter first
came up, applications were made for
u y iwo scia oi peouio,
guese, who wanted to take It up nd
settlement associations, one lot, tho
one which has seemed tho land, con
sisted of people who had either1 been
bcru on tho land or had lived there
a long time. They wero tillers of
the soil, most of them employed by
tho Pepeekeo plantation, which had
surrendered Its lease of the land In
order that It might be opened for tet
tlrment. Thcro wero eleven In num
ber und wanted tho tract, about a
(Continued on Page 4)
FRENCH GUM DROPS.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ CAFE.
. , T
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 21. Delegate Kuhio of Hawaii has in
troduced a bill appropriating $75,0C0 to constiu! n lightnousc at Ku-mukahi.
STORM IS DNA
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 21
State continues unabated. Bridges
levees broken, and farms flooded. A
one and gales are sweeping- the sea cocst. ,
The schooner Ensign is ashore a t Naples and an oil barge has ground
ed at Redondo.
Eight inches of rain fell at Sant.i
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 21. Francis J. Heney charges that at
tempts have been made to bribe the employes of the Proscrution in the
interests of Patrick Calhoun, now on twal for bnbim; City Supervisor.
Wipe Out Racing
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan. 21. The nnti-race track gamblim' bill
has passed the Assembly. This will
passes the Senate.
Tho (!ocrnnr has since his arrhal
from tho malnlind been receMng estl
mates for tho coming bl ennlul period
from thu arlous departments, as u re
sult of which ho finds It necessary to
"sound tho warning note of tconom),"
which Is such n bugaboo Ha legisla
Tho (loienior (his morning duult on
the action taken by the special session
called by Uou'rnor Carter to meet the
deficit then existing In the public cof
fers, when appropriations weru rut
down with tho result that lu Ihu end a
small surplus hud been accumulated
Tho last legislature hud moed iippro
prlatlons up n notch, and now tlio
llnunclnl cloud again hovers threaten
ingly In thu horizon.
"If wo umtlmm at thu present fig
ures, ur an) thing like them, theru will
ThO Hoard of Supervisors will lioldi
a meeting tills evening, at which action'
on thu Mavor's veto of tho appruprla I
tlon bill will come up It will without
doubt bo overridden, whcrcuiioii the
matter of thu tost caso will probably I
udvunco without much dula)
If It's Comfort
AND EASE YOU'RE AFTER,
And if you do lots of walking,
Try a pair of our
Russia Tan Calf,
You'll Find Them Just The Thing.
No. 4G9. PRICE, $4,50.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
. 1031 FORT STREET.
v. i V -iX V Ji.iS'Wv t
The storm that 1ms held the
nnd houses have been washed away,
cloudburst at Los Angeles killed
Barbara during the day.
wipe out racing in Cnlifornin if it
toon bo n deflclt again " said tho Col
cruor "It Is i er serious nuestlui
whether the ,ipi roprlallons cm aihls
edl) bo cut down so ns to bo within
thu revenue If the cannot ho cut
down, then the ipiestlou urines us to
how we tail lucreaso thu lewnue. 11
will bo one of tho most difficult ipics
lions in fore the coming leglslaturusili
provide for tho pressing needs nun
still be within the revenue. Thu lop
ulltlou Is ronstnnllv growing, und lb'
school nltuidnuce is Increasing In i
corresponding measure More teach
ers nru rt quired, even If tin Ir salarle
tiro not raised, and thoy mu lo,
enough now rurlherinoiu, there an
tho conservation of forests, tho duvel
opment of the public lauds, lnciease
amounts for public health purposc
nud man) oilier things to lie consld
Tho Mayor toila) moved Into new
ail nice)) furnished outers In the Me
dium Itulldlng Thu only lUerutui'
lu sight todii) was a copy of thu Wui
Cry, hut this will undoubted!) sont
bo supplemented by moro world!)
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