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VOL. XI. NO. 4220.
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CARSON CITY. Nevada. Fch. 4. The anti-Japanese resolution pass,
cd hy the Asscmhly yesterday reached the State Senate today and was
promptly referred to the Judiciary Committee, where it will be smothered.
TO BEWPED OUT
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Feb. 4. The anti-racetrack gambling bill
passed the Senate today. It now gos to the Governor. Jf the Governor
signs the bill the law will wipe out the racetracks of California.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Feb. 4. The nnti-Japancsc bills prohibiting
aliens from serving as directors of corporations and segregating undesir
able classes in communities of the State were defeated today by the As
sembly. It was voted to reconsider the bills compelling the Japanese to nt
tend separntc schools.
L0E8 GETS PLUM
WASHINGTON, D. (!., Feb. 4. Wm. Locb, private secretary to Pres
ident Roosevelt will be nppointcd Collector of the Port of New York. This
is one of the most desirable posts in the State of New York,
i m 9 m i m
BUFFALO AND TORPEDOERS ARRIVE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 4. The naval transport Buffalo from
Honolulu and the torpedo-boat flotilln from San Dien nrrivcd today.
LUCKY BALDWIN IMPROVES
' LOS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. 4. Lucky Baldwin is better.
A PROFESSIONAL BEGGAR
John Nelson Smith wax anesled
nl Jiiiiii'H OIiI'h ii'hIiIi'Uih on l.lllha
si i ret I hit aflernoon on n charge of
It appeals that Smith has been
working tlio town for small ilningo
Hint, Judging from tlio intitonlx of his
peekets, has done well.
On being searched nt the police
iiliitlon, $ :t . 7 r III cash, n tootli-lii'indi,
button-hook, nnil n tin check for u
Get ready for it.
Have n coat that is a
better protection to
you than an umbrella,
nnd will pass nnywheie
ns an ordinary over
arc just the thing for
rainy wear; warm,
Stop and take a look
at them; come in and
try on one.
The Kash Co.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Hunk woie roiiuil on li I tit.
lie also had u letter which lie pre
sent on lib. inutids. It reads as fol
lows. "(iuiiil I'cpole 1 link j on If you can
iu-hM iiic I am travelling and selling
li ngnguiM mid have not tlio goods or
money kind pepolo If you can help
me ilont llilnk It lo much nf unklnd
nexx for I he wry thankful mid re
member Owl lovo Cheerful Olver."
Tlio man was leniaudcil till tomor
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10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1009. 10 PAGES.
KILLS RACE TRACK
OVER MAYOR'S VETO
Supervisors Hold Rather
I'ur mi apparent reason In tlio
world other than to pass tun ordi
nances over llin Mayor's veto, tins
lloniil of Supervisors met this morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
Tho leading of the minutes was tlio
llrst business gotten ttinnmli with.
Nobody hcumctl lo have any Interest
In tile pioceedlngx, anil tlio Clerk fln
Islied IiIh leading mid looked nroiind,
without anyone taking cognlzaiico of
the fart that something should lio
done Suddenly Alila looked about,
Junipeil to his feet, nnd moved that
the mlnutcx stand npprovcil nx rend.
Tlu twit following coinmiiiilcntliins
fi,oin the manager of the lllshop Ks
Into, woic, on motion of Biipervlmr
(Jiilnn. referred to tlio Committee on
Unmix nnil Hrldgcx;
'Tlio tenancy horotoforo held by
tlio County of Onlni, covering certain
Knknnko lots, having expired Decern-
supervisor quinn shows good
work on Streets of city
Supervisor Qiilun, better known ax
Jim," chairman of the Commlttco
on Itoads, Ix of tho opinion that very
effect Ivo mid a Rood amount of work
Ix IicIiik dnno on tho streets of tho
city, considering tho tlmo the new
Hoard of Supervisors hag had to 'do
nnythlng mid tho amount of money
placed at their disposal.
"Tho llrst thing Wo nro attending
to Ix repair of tho streets," said Mr.
Cluliin, as lio rode out King street
toward MoniiHlua. "And right hero
tho llrst thing Ix tho niany-adjectlvcd
(Ins Company. Wo waited for tho
Has Company to complete Its digging
In this part of tho town, nnd wo
thought they had llnlahed. Now tho
first thing wo know they nro cutting
across King street on Ntitinnu.
"The Has Company Ix doing Its
present work under thb permits given
by tho old Hoard. You can depend
on It that when they get any permits
under tho present Hoard they will
have to put up n cash bond to replace
tho street In nx good condition as they
"Tho trnublo with tho gas trench
Ix that they don't tamp It till they
get near the top. 1-ook nt that ridge.
That's tho kind of work that will bo
changed when there Is another set of
permits given out.
"Tho program the llouil Committee
has op foot Ix to put King street In
shape from Diamond Head to Moanu
Ilia. Wo have flvo repair gnngx
is a symbol of Integrity, Sin
cerity, Reliability, and long
Look for it.
It appears on every bona
fide document and advertise
ment of the
Every first class Mercantile house in Honolulu is
MISS CUMMINGS TO'HOSMER TELLS OF
BE MAUI PRINCESS, FORESTRY PROGRESS
Committee Still Needs'
Name of Hawaii's
Ml si Hannah C'tininiingx linn been
selected na Princess to represent tlio
Island of Maul III the Moral I'.irado
on Washington's HlrthCay Thin pro
vldex for all of tln Island! except Ha
waii, provided MUs fiiiiimlugs ac
cepts. The young lady of Maul's clinlce.
nr. nniioiinceil by a letter received
from J. N. B. Williams of Kahnlu'l.
this morning, Is a sludent In the I'rl
ory School In Honolulu Tim Mnul
pcoplo had not had time to innsult
with tier, or with Iho xchool a.ithorl
tlex on tlio matter, hut Mr Williams
slated that It wax linpciHn Mao I that
tlio cholco would lio Kiitu.faclntjy to
all conccrncil. ax It wax up the;!'. Ho
further nuked that provision fior a
horse ho made here, and Hint 1m lio
advised at once what would ho airccs
nary In tlio way of pa-u and other
trappings, which would cither lis fur
(Continued on Page 2)
throughout tho city that do nothing
but fill up the Index iiiuiln by tho
wear. Wo enn save grit stretchex
of road by timely repair, anil that Is
what wo aro trying to no.
' "Along King street hero In many
places wo nro patching. We haven't
tho money to rip up everything and
put down a now llrHt-class street,
much ax wo should liko to."
Ax tho directing member of tho
roud administration rone, along hn
pointed out tho places thai had once
been a series of hubbies anil aro now
smooth road and comfortable driving.
"Of course, it Ix not perfect, but It Ix
nbout a hundred per cent, hotter than
It wax befcii e," commented Qulun.
"And wo have very llttlo niouoy tu
"Wo aro taking hold or tho parks,
U'o," said Cjulnn as ho passed tho
popular Aula Park. "I round they
bad no brooms nnd everything was
at sixes and sevens among tho care
takers of tho park. Tho equipment
has been bought mid tlicy will not
only keep tho park clean, hut water
ed and well turfed.
"I got after tho fellows supposed to
bn taking care of this park," said
Qulnn ax ho passed Thomas Square.
"Why, that placo is all growing up
can be aided in no more effective way
than by sending away a orate of our
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE IS.
Our boys are provided with the swift
est means of locomotion. If you are
in a hurry for a messenger, call
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
, . 185 KING ST.
Agricultural Board Hears
H. 8. Ilosmer, Superintendent of
Forestry, Ix making nrrnngenietits
with (lie Department nf 1'ublle In
struction whereby vcgctnhlo nnil flow
er seeds may he distributed to tlio dif
ferent families represented In public ,
schools. Dclcguto Kalanlnnnolo In
Washington xent here by tho Inst
m.'ill a shipment consisting of 10.U0U
paoknges of cgetahlo xcedx anil 320
pnc!tasex of (lower xcedx. '
In his report for tlio month of Jan
uary lo the llimrd of Agriculture and
Forestry, which met josterilay after
noon. Dimmer reported that on Jan- '
nary tl there broke out a forest flro '
in Knuhako, Komi, Hawaii. Ho did
not mention how largo an urea wax
In hlx letter to the Advisory Hoard
Donald Maclntyr rcqm-xleil that '
Mimo steps lie taken toward effect
lely checking the damage resulting
(Continued on Page 2)
to lantann. You can ton It Ix In very
bad shape. I had ten lengths of hose,
bought for these men and they aro
M'ing to keep tho place watered iul
put It In shape, or wo shall know tho
So much for Iho attention given
the parks, of which there has devel
oped considerable criticism.
New Moanalua Frluge
Continuing out Moaniiliia, the Im
provements along tho way were not
d. At tho famous stream crossing
In tho Moanalua gardens, thoro Is
soon to bo n brldgo erected by Mr.
Damon. The County could do It, but
Mr. Damon prefers to put up the
kind of bridges and other things that
will bo appropriate to tho surround
The steep hill Just before reaching
Moanalua grounds In ono of tho repair
Jobs thnt tins been dono In the Inst
six weeks, doing on furthor to the
road leading up to tho Salt l-nko and
on to tho I'olo groundx entrance, the-
work that hax been dono nnd is being
done by a road department gang ix
much In evidence.
"Tnoro is a treincndnux nmouut of
traffic over tills road," nays ()ulnn,
"In automobiles and In horse rigs of
ovory Kind. Kvery tourist that comes
In tho city wants to sen Moanalua and
this Is tho belt road of tho Island.
The traffic will Increase, with tho
building up of tho post ut I.ellehua.
We must havo n good belt rond " And
hero ho started off Into n discourse on
oiled roads. (Julnn boltevcs In oiled
(Continued on Page 3)
a Bulletin patron
Magoon Has mm
Atcherley To Resist
Till The Last Ditch
"Dr Alclierley and Mrs
Atcherley nro nt present at nn
office," said .1. A. Magoon. the
Doctor's attorney, thlx after- O
noon. "I guesx the police can
tnko him. If they daro take the
risk. 1 think they are acting
as bandits, cutthroats, nnd kid-
nnpperx in this mutter.
"If they try to take hint. I
hopo Dr. Atihcrley will re-
slst, even to tbo last dltih. I
have advised him that be can
1 do hi Willi Impunity."
A reporter went to the Ma-
' goon building this afternoon
The front door wax locked, hut
wax opened l Mngoon'a son,
- wlio said Hint lie could not ml-
' in 1 1. anyone without nn order
from Magoon. A police officer
nnil a couple of Asylum guardx
; were watching outside the
Mrs. Mary Alilmrley had u fine
hunch ji'xterday when she wrote the
II u I lot I li that the authorities were
going to kidnap Dr. Atcherley.
The authorities In chnrgo of the In
sail (i asylum have, ax a matter of fact,
been looking for Iho Doctor for si cou
ple of days, and ulll place him In Die
nsyluni ns soon nx they enn get buhl of
him. It Ik their desire to capture him
nt Homo place other than hlx home, In
order that there be ax little of a rum
pus about the matter ns ixixHlhle The
fact I hat Mix Alclierley has bniiglp
cartridges with tlio Intimation that she
Intends to protect her huxbiud and
hcrvelf against tho assault of I lio en
emy, has been taken Into account, nnd
It Ix hoped thai he may bo taken when
ho Ix nwny from her protecting wing
At 2 o'clock thlx afternoon Dr Pet
erson, the supeilnteudeut of the asi
iiini, slated that ho did not know It
Atcherley had been caught or not i
is expected that ho will bo vupturml
QUICK PROGRESS IN
WIFE MURDER CASE
Dead Woman's Sister and
Tlio Kalelklnl murder case (s go
ing on before Judge Dn Holt todn,
tho prosecution calling several wit
nesses, all of whom testify material
ly tho same ns they did lu the pre
liminary examination lu tho Pollen
(Continued on Page 3)
is a Patent Colt Blttclicr Ox
ford, and it ii a favorite, too.
Made of the finest material
from heel to toe no skimp
ing or cut off under the too
Solid leather counters and
solid oak soles. It's a good
shoe all through,
If there were anything
wrong with this shoo, we
wouldn't keep it on sale. Buy
a pair of them, and you won't
regret it. Price $4.00.
HONOLULU is waking up: large
and small advertisers who recog
nize this fact first, and use BUL
LETIN space, will GET AND
HOLD THEIR FULL SHARE OF THE
PRICE 5 CENTS.
during Hie nftertio' n
"The status ol Hi At' h''rIi- is nl
pri selil Ilia' of an eseaneil lun'ttle. '
said Attorney Cenernl ll-iiieimny this
morning ' The npieal tu Hie Supreme
t'mirl. which was taken. Immediately
lifter Judge ltoblnsoii rendered Ills ile
rlslim operates ns it rujierxedenx In
his onler. and Hie original commitment
Ix theiefore to be carried ml iulldlll
the appeal I Instructed the iwllce de
partment tu l.el AtchiTb'.v iiii-I glvn
li I in back In the I amine as linn author
ities a couple of da'.' ago Of coureo.
Hie custody of Hie doctor lien with Iho
Insane aslum'i .ln rlinril m. Dr Pet
erson, but he Ix not Jtpii-iid lo. and
in, as a mailer of fact, not aide 'n
gather In ciciicd luiiaib:- mil the po
lice iiitist therefore, usslst "
Tbo record In Iho miller of tlio
Atcherley nppenl wan llilx morning
tiled with tho Supreme Court, mid tie.
I Allornrv Ceueinl bus now ten ilayu
III which tu llin hlx brief He will
however, lite hlx brief as mon as bo
ix ublc to ilo mi In order to eis.'dilu
J. A. Mngixin, Dr ilr!nrh'y'x conn
sel, has given out thai be would tako
the full time allowed htm I" law, fif
teen daH from the time nr the llllng
of, the appellant's brief. In which to
tile hlx leturn brief,' but It Ik expected
that when the Doctor Ix In (luranr'i
ltc, Magoon will see reason In i h.ingn
hlx mlii.l In thlx regard, ami will bis
ten lo have tho appeal ndjudleilcd.
The Supreme Court. II is iitidi ratood,
is uiiximts to dispose of Hie r.puval us
coon nx porslble.
YOUWi-To Mi and Mrs John Ma
Mm Young a daughter. IVIi :!. ISiill.
- o-r -
Til" Jur l-i the damage Milt of A.
Spllluer s Yoknuilru and others
win iiit al II ill tilth forenoon, but
li nl lint ir lied ut .1 eullit at "
1 o'cloi k this aflenioon
IN GENERAL DEMAND
Promotion Report Tells
At the meeting of ihe Hawaii Pro
motion Commune .11 1 '10 orbnk thlx
afternoon tie IoIImimhi; 11 port relu
the lo lie wots uhnh be l, 11 nt
eonipllshi d duilip: Ihe 1.1.1 month,
will lie 11 , id b H, iretari II p Wnoil
(Continued on Page 4)
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