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2i30 EDITION THE BULLETIN is proving every day that it makes advertising pay Watch the Dontest
From San Francisco:
China Jan. 23
For San Francisco:
Mongolia Jan. 29
Aurnngl I'cb. C
Moan a Feb. 3
Nearly everyone reads a newspaper.
About all the particular and discern
ing people in Honolulu read tho
Bulletin. A Want Ad. in a 'pa '
per like the Bulletin is sure to,
reach people that can and will buy.
VOL. XI. No. 4218.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
COUNSELED TO KEEP
"Wo me thinking f reiomiuond
I tiK Hin creation of wli.il might he
lulled a (Ileal Itogh.lor," said (lov
nniir Proar this nunii. "Tlmt Is ii
pcimniient register of otoi.i. Instc.il
of making n complete new register
I'jcry two yen ra vc could lime n per
mancnt register, no ttint nil (lio
hi.auls of rcgistiiitlnu would have lo
ilo would bo to make tho ncressniy
"Tlicro are scleral advantages
nhout HiIh plan. In tho Hist phuo
II will xavp Ihoiisnnds of dollars,
wlili Ii we would otherwise liau lo
luiv to do the miiiu' work over and
oer again. In I lie second place, It
Would he n Brent roiivetilenrp for the
otcrn, as ihev will not lie iciiulrpil
t(. register everj two veals In the
t lilt tl place It will facilitate the opcr-
The local hraneli of the Mailno Kn
gllioors' llelicfli lal Association took
otllclal nrtiun last evening In oppos
ing the piopotod siiHpotisloii of tho
loiiHtwlso shipping laws In their ap
plication to Hawaii.
A inhloRinm voicing tho sentiment
of the eiiRlneers was forwarded lo
Detonate Kuhlo, to I'lilted States Seu
nlor l'erklus, and to the national rep
KM'iitaliM' of the Mailue Kngluoeis
The action of the local hrani'li was
With the stioiiR rontieclloUH of the
nignnlznllnu throughout the I'nileil
States, tho petition of the local cltl
ins will lio a powoiful leer to pio
cnl nny in Hon Intended lo mer
lin mv the pi csen I laws. The lesolu
tlou selling foi III the Keiitlmenls of
Hie eiiRlueeis denies Hint Hie nigau
Inllon has pai Uc Ipaleil In mi) cable
grams to the .Matson Xiilgiillnn Co
or.luilulReil In any newspaper (ontio
ersy. Tho mil) expression piovlously
picrciilcd on the authority of tho
oiKiiuhrtloii was published on Jan.
The ollli lal M'ci clary of tho mgun
l.atinu hinted this moinliiR that Ih"
marine eiiRlueeis of Honnliilii us an
oiganlzatlon me utteily opposed to
any suspension of the loastwlse ship
ping laws applied to Honolulu oeu
In a modified form. They hellovo
that tho action would he hut the en
tering wpiIro foi subsequent Inlnr
Isl.ind trafllc and extension to fielglit
1 1 nllle.
-a-j j.,?" V'.rT -
COME AND SEE OUR
-1 ptKvl t FM
ntion of the prlmao election law, It
one shliuld he passed, because tho
primary olei lions will have to ho held
Home time licfmo the general elec
tions, ami In order lo glVo every pcr
mu a limine to ote, wc should havo
to take the old icglstcr and the ne'.v
one iih far as It hud gone, ami It would
not lie complete.
"We are trying to iloxlsc every
iiicamt we pan think of to economise
without ImpalrinR the efficiency of
the Out eminent. Wo will hnvo to do
hi to make the financial ends meet.
IT we ran sne something It will he
try desirable, iik tlicro are plenty
of good uses for tlo ileelopiiient of
the Teirllnry to whirl; tho money ran
he put. lather than to !o lined to pre
irve ollleen Pir tho kecplllR of tlio
machinery of the (Jovcrniiient roIiir."
, "I'l nglnccrs liuvo not taken this
Imiilt'l' ii i ri mi a sentimental stnnd-
point, lint as a hiead-nnd-huttcr pol
Iry Their condition unifcr tlio pros
lent terms Is good and prosperous nnd
their iclallons with their emplo)cis
are amlenhle and sallsfneloiy. The)
me, therefore, utterly opposed to any
change that will put their services
Into competition with foielgn labor.
"The marine engineers of this pint
me nit licensed o Ulcers of the United
Stales and lis such their services are
subject to demand hy Hie Navy I)e
paitinent In lime of war If needed.
I'or this ipiihiiu alone they are hound
to uphold the ring and comuierco un
HILQNIAN SAILS FOR
THE PACIFIC COAST
llii.lne iilio.ud KiMl tons of while
lellued sugar mid l.'.r.o tuns of law sug-
, ar, !-''' Iiiinclr's of b.inann- i'.Vhi
ikes if ciiined pineapples, 7"i' e.isi s
of flesh pint apples. Hod Ions of ilee.
mid com.lih i.iltle nilhi'elhineoiiH cmiko,
the Malum llui'r lllloiil'in. C.iptalu
Johnson, lefl heio this ninruliig i'l 1"
o'elnek for Sim Krnnclseo.
I Her passi inter list was rather small
hut those pasfi tigers who went on the
'ihlp looked ory happy as l hey stood
I on deck bedecked with carnal Ion and
Ilium lels As the lllloulau headed foi
I her 'destination the Hawaiian hand
1 plu oil 'Aloha Oe."
IN DRESS MEANS A
GREAT DEAL. It isn't
the PRICE of the fab
ric that counts, so
much as the quality of
tailoring nnd the "col
or schem"" of the pat
tern. You may depend on
arc all that could he
desired in both these
respects. That is what
made the house of Ben
jamin & Co. New
York's most popular
clothing" store that
nnd the high quality
of materials used in all
UNCLE SAM WANTS
MORE WAIK1KI LAND'
Saratoga Road Railway
The United States Is preparing for
further condemnation proeeeilliiRi) for
the purpoe of acquiring land at
Wnlklkl, thoiiRh this tliuo Uncle Sam
H not coveting heaeli land, hut wants
a lot, ahout two notes In area, mi
Ktilnkaua avenue. Just Kwn of th'e
l.p (Iros place. The lot Is known as
the Kelkl land, hilt the tinmen of the
piesent owners hau not heeu nscci
tulned. SIiilp tlie City mid County Rrnnted
tho United Slates n rlglit-of-wnv
nloiiR the SnratoRa road, the men of
the Knglnrcr Corps Imvp heen very
hiisy, nnd It seems ns It the tnllltao
nillioad which they propose to hulld
fiom the Hapld Transit turn down
to tho heaeli will he completed In al
most no time. Tho rails ami the ties
are already on tho Rrnund ami are
rcudy to he laid.
FIFTH CAVALRY FOR
Tho Army Intends to do Its sharo
to help llonnliilircoleliratp nil national
liolklsjH jmd anniversaries.'
It Is understood that Col. Srhii)lor
of Hip r.th Cavalry hail piomlijed four
t roups of cavalry and the band for
tho military and civic parade on Lin
coln's birthday He will also turn out
n Rood representation on tho "2nd,
Tho committee In charge of llio Lin
coln hlrlhday celebration is gelling
Its program shaped In Dae sule. In
vitations have heeu sent out to all
tho organization that might figure In
tho parade, nnd It Is certain that the
Army, the Naw and the National
Olianl will he well lepresented. Sup
cilntcndcut llabbllt Is planning for
something elaborate and appropriate
Irom the school children.
C II. Dleke). head of Hie llloniry
piogram, has seemed Hie promise of
llio (Jnvernor. C apt Heps and Sou
utor .lohn Lane to speak It is pus.
slide thai olbeis will he added.
The steamer lllloulau was this
morning plasleied with a libel for
damages hy Marshall Hendry, hut was
I cleaned on a f30im bond furnished hy
U. D.'fonney and Chas. Atherlon. Tho
llbul was hrought hy Joseph Tliys. He
shows that ho was shliiei na a wiper
In tho Hilouhiii to iiinko the trip fiom
Sun Francisco lo Honolulu nnd hack,
hut was hull hy a ho-it which fell
against his hand, when ho was trlng
lo niovo It under the orders of the
third mate. Thys shows that tho ac
cident was due to Hjo Tact Hint tho
boat, faslwilngs ucie Insecure, and
that the compnnv was guilty of hrenrh
of contract In that It did mil return
him lo Kan rr.inrlspii Ho claims that
J lie has heen luc -p icltated ft urn work
prr luce the luchleiit, which took
You Don't Know
at what moment yon may
meet with an accident that
may incapacitate you from
work for months.
A policy in iVo
pays $25 per week while you
are totally incapacitated from
work, with many special ben
cflts for -ermanent injury, at
an annual cost to you of $25.
Let us sec you about it.
.tr I IsllA'flllslll
I.HOISI.ATtmi: lm.nl to come
W. t. Smith. I'leMdcnl of the Sen
ale; Wllllani Smhlge, Secrotar).
It. I.. Holst-ln Speaker of the
Tills Is one fit Hie tentatlvp slates
fot tho principal nmcers of the Legis
lature. It was staled this morning
that a good number. If not a major
ity, or tho Republican country meni
Ikis of the Legislature will he In
town ii full two weeks before the law
making limly meets Inorilpr to Ret In
lino wllli things generally anil have
the preliminaries seltlpd.
.Meanwhile the committee of the
llepubllcan parH Is at work framing
the hills that de.it with platform
piomlses, and I hose should ho com
plitp In n cominnitlwdy few d-iys.
Tho Legislature convenes mi I'eh
nmry 17, three weeks from tomor
iov Thorn has heen nmcji correspnnil
Ing among the iiiemhers of tho Leg
islature nnd It l prfsunieil that when
tho Milons hcgli) tu gather they will
RICKMELL NOW IN
The mil) change that has develop
ed during the last twenty-four bouts
In the salar demand dispute between
tho Hoard of Huperlsors and the
.Ma) or Is the transfer of tho Imme
diate responsibility from the shoul
l rs of Ills Honor to those of the
City anil County Auditor. The whole
matter Is now up to lllcknell, and
cry much up In him.
Illeknoll has in his possession the
salary demands, passed hy the lloaid
ot Supei visors and lountcrslgned hy
tho Mn)or, with u great UJr "If" In
Hie whole pineocdliig. The employes
want their pay and the Supervisors
want them paid, lllcknell wauls to
pay them, hut he wants to ho very
certain that the money is not coming
out of Ills own pocket.
Under the regular order of things,
ns soon ns the Auditor rccched tho
pasbed and loiintorslgncd demnnds,
he would Issue warrants on the Trea-
placo November 25, and asks that his
expenses since Hint dale ho paid, as
well as damages In tho sum of J20WI.
Ilo also asks that tho owners of the
lllloniaii he made, lo pay for his re
turn passage lo San l"rnnch.co.
We Ship Fruit
again by the
Hilonian, Jan. 26,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 18.
YOU WANT WHAT
jou want when you want it, applies
to a messenger boy. Ours arc all
"JOHNNIES ON THE SPOT."
SERVICE. PHONE 301,
linto their minds pretty well iiiailc
up. The question of whether W. O.
Smith shall ho the President of the
Senate Is larRe,ly to hp determined hy
answering the question of vher- ho
ran lo of tho most use. Tlicro Is no
doubt n mnjorlty and more arp ready
to ppct Mr. Smith to the ClMir In
tho Senate. Thoiv the question arises
icgardltig the bah inatishlp of tlio
.liidtclary t'omiulltep. Senator Knud
sen Is a lawyer In profession hut It
Is not known that he Is enthusiastic
about occupying the position of law
manager for tho Sennte Anil there
)m are. For onrp the lawyers aro
scarce and lawmakers alwnyH think
thai they must have a lawjer, he
umsp, thov reason, laws cannot ho
framed exclusively on common senso
ami good Judgment Senator Smith
Ii uiiilpriilmul to he ready to go where
he will ho of the miMt good.
Ill tlio House, Holsteln appears lo
have an unopposed hold on tho
Speakership to which Ills experience
(Continued on Page 4)
surer and tho matter would ho set
tled. There aro so many legal loop
holes In the proceedings already tak
en, however, that lllcknell Is doing
seme tall thinking.
Tho Auditor was closeted with
City Attorney Cnthrart nnd Deputy
City Attorney Mllvcrton for sonio
time this neon, bet no decision was
in rived at.
lllcknell stated this morning Hint
I ho might decline to act on tho dlsput.
.ed demands until he had a court do-
Islon to guide him. "Tho powers
that he," In (onfetence, derided upon
no course of action, however, so tlicro
Is no telling whon tho matter will ho
hrought Into court, nor how It will ho
Tho Ma) or has countersigned the
demands; therefore no action can
ho hrought to tone him to do that.
.Some other ground for nctlon must
ho found and If (ho City Attorney's
o III re has a rou r so of proceed tiro In
mind, those connected with It are
keeping very quiet ahout It.
Tho stato of affairs simmers down
(Continued on Page 2)
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 25.
SUGAR: 00 degree Centrifugals, 3.70
cents, or $74. per ton. Previous quo
tation. 3.73 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 2 l-4d.
Parity, 4.15 cents. Previous quota
tion. 10s. 3d.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CATE.
SACRAMENTO, Calif, Jan 2b -Governor Gillette sent a special
message to the Legislature today m v.luch he dealt vigorously with the
cnti-Japancsc agitation. The Govcrnoi strongly advises against the pro
posed legislation antagonistic to ih" Japanese. He urges that the Stato
authorities take" a census, of the Japai cse and abide by National action.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 2G. Eit,ht pirori subject to peremp
tory challenge have been secured for the trial "f Patrick Calhoun for
M I .
CARSON, Nev Jan. 2G. Franks 0. NcwlamU was today reelected
United States Senator from Nevada
. i m
WASHINGTON, D, 0., Jan. 20. Chatlcs Dc Ccw was to-lay appoin
ted postmaster for waialua.
C de died Their Captain
NEW YORK, N. Y.. Jan. 2G. .Captain Scnlby. who commanded the
White Star liner Republic, sunk in collision at sea, arrived here today.
He was given an ovation by friendc and passengers of his ship, who
attest to his bravery and cool judgment m the recent disaster
Russia Can't Get
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2G.
ed to grant the extradition of Rudowicz, the Russian charged with polit
Peculiar Will Making In
A llvel) will conlesl In tho matter
of tho estato of Kaiilmakaolo Lazarus
Is going mi before Judge Hohlnsou
today Tho deceased lady left sonui
rial estate mi lleietanla street, near
Alapal, valued at about JIOOU, to
Madeline and Hlcagcr 1-iznrus, and
tho will Is helliR contested h) Alex
audor Lazarus, Lstlier Jinin, Jou
In a Store in which all the Attention is centered upon ONE
Buy Tliem from Us
Because wc have the finest and largest stock of goods to sc
- Secretary of State Root has refus
CLirk, and Naomi l.aaiu-
All interesting point was hrought
uli when K. JI. Watson, counsel for
the cnutcbtnntH, examined an old Ha
waiian lawyer and business agent,
Henry Maul, who had diawu up 'tho
will. Wntton asked .Muul what, fen
he had rerelved for his m rvlces, and
W W. Tluoer. appearing for tlio Dili-
t'i nine, iiiiiiieuiiuei) ouji'cieii.
"I want to show thai this lawjir
leiehcd as a fee til and a calabash."
said .Will son, "nnd that Hie tobtnlilv
i otiio hack soon iilieiuardi aniT 'de
manded that the i.ilabasli be return
ed, as she was drunk when bhe. guvi
II This would show that nhe was
not competent ii m.ike a will at thn
lime, and He lanvi'i who assisted a.
pciniii in ui.ii lug a will under sin li
ii'iiiiltlnu-- .nid was paid u fee, should
he (li-1...; ml
The one i em was not allowed 'in
tin giniiiiii Hint It wim not proper
i . uiiuatliiii
I i" itB 1 1
Chairs, Rockers, and Tables
NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co.,
(LEWERS 4 COOKE BLDO.)
023 FORT ST.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Comer of Fort and Hotel Sts.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1951 FORT ST. The Place To Bnv Shoes.