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evf.nino builetin. Honolulu, t. ii.. Saturday, fed, c, moft.
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Oceanic First Degree.
All "v I s 1 1 1 n K members of the
Onlui nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meuts 0T017 Monday evening it
7:20 In I. O. 0. f Hall, l'ort Street.
i: It IH:IltY Secretary
V. 1) WIl'KL N (I
All Malting brothers very cordially
OAHU L0D0E, No. 1, X, of P.
i Meets overy first and third Fri
day ovenliig Jt 7(30 In K. ot P. Hall,
oornor Kcrt nnd lleretanla. Visiting
urothorn umllull) Invited to attend.
r n nughnt. c a
It (103L1NU, K. n. s.
HONOLULU LODOE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 81C, 11. P. O.
E will meet In tnclr hnll on King
near Tort Street every Friday even
ing. By order or the C. R.:
HENRY C. EASTON.
WM. 11. McINHRNT, E. R.
v7zn. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening ut 7 30 o'clock In K. of P,
Hall, cor Fort nnd lleretanla. Visit
Ins brothers cordially Invited to at-
1". M MiGURYV C C
13. A. JACOI13KN, I It S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tln2nil nnd 4th W'V.li.
NIZSDAV evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Deretnnla and l'ort streets.
Vlsltlug Kaglcs nre Invited to nt-
W L. FRAZ13I, W., Trest.
H. T. MOOKK. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBENo. 1, 1. 0. R. M,
, Meets ccry first nnd third Thure-
' days of e-trh month at Knights of
. Pythliis Hnll Visiting brothers cor
dlally Invited tn attend.
A n AHLI3IOH, Sachem.
A. 13 MUKIMIY. C. pf II
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your oraer for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kinp; and Fort Streets.
.Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
PHONE 270 ,
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Honolulu Painting Co , 221
King St.; P. 0 Box 014.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
Ilurrh'On Mutual llencvoleat
.Association tluo Dec. IE, 1308, de-
I '''in "the
, llnitiont Jon. 1G, 1309. All nssess
, montH mo pnynblo nt tho Secretary's
' offlco, Knplolanl Building. King and
?, Wank books or all anus, lougors,
I.. J CIC , IIIHIIIHUKUIiBU ) " '"
W -i- rAti..J I... flu. lliillnlln
HAWAIIAN .0PE1 BOOSE
(Direction of "Sonny" Cunha)
THURSDAY and SATURDAY
FEB. 4TH AND GTH
CHORUS OF 40 STRONG
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE (ILUB
NEW SONGS! NEW JOKES!
NEW LOCAL SCENERY
Box office opens at the Berg
stroii Music Co. Monday, Feb.
1st, at 0 a. tn.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing: to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Macbeth: The Old, Old Story : The
Waif; The Wronc Overcoat; Willie's
Pi.rl; Kate's Health; A Day in the
Life of a Suffragette.
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. we
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Imported Thoroughbreds of Various
1 1 At a nkrnnnt
are just as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap prioe. When-
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 800
gallon capacity. French Ranges, sir
es '4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and seats suitable' for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work nnd Plttmbing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH-& CO., LTD.
TEL. 211. 148 KING ST.
Kupall, a Itnwnllnn, thlH morning
lilo.idctl guilty ncioro jungu tie ooii
1 to a charge of soiling liquor without
o license, nnil was fined 1100 and costs.
A nollo prosequi wns, entered lit (tho
caip or Chlng Chau ct al , charged wan
In lng present at a gambling game; Ah
Wong and Kow Kim, charged with a
ilmilnr offense withdrew, their ap-
aeoigo Iloliertson, Jr., formorly' di
vision luna o nthe Hawaiian Agricul
tural Co 's Pnhnla plantation, la In
ton n .Mr. Itoliortson has been offeied
nnd has accepted a responsible posl
lion on Katml
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is the best tine to find a
high-price customer for yoV proper
ty. A a u 1 1 e 1 1 n want Ad. win
Ten Rood auto hacks. Phone C.
Tho Lurlnc left San ftanclSco yes.
tcrday and tho Mongolia today, for
Hon Pat, a prominent Chlncso rlco
planter of Kauai, Is In town,hftlng ar
C. li. Ileal nnd W. h. Hopper wero
among the Incoming passengers today
If you are looking tor any of your
fronds go "to tho "Two Jacks" and
jou'll find them.
Tako your carriage or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
H St. Ooar and Richard Ivors were
among tho arrivals from Kauai this
morning In tho Klnau
C K. Notley, who has been at his
homo In Hamakua, Hawaii, returned
today In the Mnuna Kca.
Tho corner stono of the new St. An
drnw's Priory building will bo laid to
morrow at 3 o clock p m
Try a Roval Annex Lunch.
Coat lour Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised at Its cooling
and preiorrnlHo propenios vaiuorma
Kecd Co . ugents.
The mandate In tho case of tho Tor
rllory vs. Cotton Brothers has arrived,
dismissing the defendants' writ of er
ror for want of Jurisdiction.
On Installments ot t3 per month you
can nurcl.ase a White Family notary
sowing machine. Benny ft Co., Ltd.,
aconls. 1266 Fort St. Phonn 4SS.
Tho Park Theatre, cornor of Fort
and Chaplain Lnno wllf shortly open
with a motion plcturo show, Mr. Wer
ner, tho pioneer In this line In Hawaii
Is the manager.
W. J, Sheldon nnd wife arrived this
morning from Kauai In the steatnor
Klnau. Mr. Sheldon has como hero to
wait for tho commencement of the
City Attorney Cathcart denies abso
lutely tho statement made by Mrs.
Atchcrlcy (o the offect thst ho offered
Dr. Atchcrlcy to drop prosecution If
he would leave the country.
The cups presented by Hong Qnon
to be placd for on Washington's birth
c'.ay. Is now on view In Ahana's win
dow on King street. TDhe trophy Is
to become tho property ot the winner
of the Chlneso Athlotlc Association
C. A. Alliance contest
The defendant In tho caso of Mar-shall-WOIIs
Hardware Co. vs. Joseph
W. Pod more, has filed an amended an
swer showing that ho will rely on a
defenso of partial pavment and conn
(erclalm , n that certain good's sent
mm uy nipimin wyro neiecuvc.
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert F. Roberts ot
Salt I.aKtf City and Ixs Angeles ar
rived on thcvAlnmcda jestcrdrfy to re
side hero permanently. Mrs. Roberts'
has made Sovernl visits (6 Honolulu,
and Mr. R016rf Is making 'his (W
trip. Ho will establish hlmrieff'ln bus
Secretary if. I. Wood of tho Promoi
Hon Committee this mprnlAg received
a letter from Los Angeles, stating that
tho party of tourists coming bcro on
tho Mongolia w)llib6,clnpor6nod j)y
Mrs. Atkins. Tho 'pprsonneT or tho
party will probably bo Known after
tho arrival of tho Asia on Saturday
next. ' ,
' C. W. Ilcnoiir Is at work on a largo
algaroba mill, on tho lines ot tho small
working model invented by htm for
tho grinding, of tlio, Rummy bean, tho
success of which has been pronounced
It Is understood thai Mr. Roncar has
received rhaiiy tnquirjes concerning jils
mill from all Points In th'e islands and
will vbry s'hortly hiye a number of
small mills On tho. market.
ADDetite fallinirt Trr Roral Amiex
11. E. Sarpont, a well known Sydney,
U. S,r W., business rhari; cafHo down
cm the Aiamoda.-' Sargent will con
tlrino'hla'vo'yag'd to (h6 tommonwc'altii
by tho R. M. S. A6fangl, duo today
from Vancouver. " Mr. Sargent runs
ono of the largest rostaifnnts, and
cortalhly th6 ldrg'est pie factory tn 'tho
Australian States. "Sargorit's Pies'
aro known front tho Oulf ot Cif fiifac
ra t othd tJreat Anstrallltf nigft.
A petition for temporary fetters of
administration tn A, J. Campboll lMs
peon filed by Klftabtth Ryeroft tho
widow of Robert Rycroft, who flltd In-
testate. Sho shows tUat tho property
consists of tho Fountain Soda. Works,
fcharcs Inugar corporations, .toIbccI
lnncoua property and .land In Puna.
Tho heirs are; Elizabeth Rycroft,
widow: R. li., W. S. and M. A. ny.
croft, sons; and Sophia and Gladys
Rycroft, daughters. Judge RobtnBon
this morning granted tho petition;
Tho Mayor's secretary-ha , taken
possession ot room 12 at tho City Hall,
Idtcl vacafod by th'o Cdurlty Erftflnebr.
Rhodes fouridj that,'. wof King-Un tho
public fttmt i6taco' wan not 'ia easy
matter, so Ho anst6rfcd his' head
quarters to tho adjoining room. Now1
ho locks tho'door whon hb seea any
ono thnt looks as though ho wants no-
lltlcal prSfcnnenti Tlie Count Attor
ney Is firmly established in tho quar
ters vacated by District Magistrate
Andrn.de. These rooms were fortrcrly
allotted td the Engineer, but under
tho last administration (hoy were tii!t-
on away front him.
THE STBA.rfKR Ukellke ay'lved it
12:15 today from Honokaa, Hawaii
bringing 6432 bags of sugar consigned
to P. A. Schaefer & Co. Sho brought
ono box of chickens and a box of i-
eral merchandise. Tho I.lkelIKo wai
painted red In her bow when alii rime
In and attrnctud a great deal ot Inter
est along tho waterfront.
Asks Six. Dreadnoughts
LONDON, England, Feb, L Thft Lordsvof the" AAmlrnity demand
thai thonavnl program for th'e lt&l Include- tho laying down of six
Dreadnoughts. 'They threaten to rojlgn unless their recommendation be
- . - CENSUS'JrlLL VETOED .
WASIffNOTON. D. C . Feb. D.i PrcsWont Roosovclt has vetoed the
Census mil because tho nflpoinlmeMts Icf" be made under It are noncom
petitive nnd without examination' . wj
AUTOS FOR THE-PRESIDENT
Thh Senatn han nnespd the District Of Coliifnbla niuironrlatlon Items
amounting totolerdri mllllondbllars.
thousand uouars to provide automooues for tne uso or tno,t'rcsi(icnt.
OrieltiHI tjan't Own LanU
CARSON CITY, Nev.. Feb. G. The Assembly has passed n bill pro
hlbltlhg Japanese and Chlncso from Owning land or real piopcrty In
m i mm m
OlllllAI.TAlt, Feb. C Admiral Sparry has approved of the finding
of the court-martial before wrjch Cnptalrf 'Qiinttrough of the U. S. 8.
Georgia, was tried. The result has not
Urn i -j
HEItl.IN, Ocrmnny, Feb. 0." Fifty persons were drowned by Hoods
In the river districts of tho city nnd enormous damage has been done.
A pressman Is wanted at tho Mer
cantile Printing Co.
Homo Journal patterns for February
at Whitney & Marsh's t
Oct jour wlnos nnd liquors with iho
right kind of a tag on at T. V. Mc
Mallo cologno has all tho lasting
fragrance of tho Hawaiian vino. It Is
lor sale by Benson, 8mlth & Co., Ltd.
A Territorial Messenger Bcrvlco boy 1
Is always on the go. never walks and
Is always on tlmo with the mestotio,
Ring 361 If you want a messenger.
Somo very now and beautifully trim
.i.t nia nm nnto irt li si-pn nt thft mil
llncry parlors of Miss Power. Ladles ur ' ''" "lc eumiiiui win v
are Invited to call and look thorn over. WC a bl carrying some new surveys
L. Aho of Nuunnu street has n.nrt. relatively small lump sum for
largo assortment of ladles' corset cv tho malntonapce of harbors and tho
. i.. . e nHi. .' rnnllnnlnfr nt m fall- fSfivornmnnt tirfll
ers in prices rajii.i"K "win id wum i
1160. Tho very prettiest ones In Ho
Our boys' snlta are distinctively
boys' clothes, and built to stand hard
wear, yot havo a mannish cut to them
that boys like. Let us show you. Su
Wo havo every variety of tho fam
ous Ifolni 57, Iho purest nnd best pre
serves, delicacies, nnd relishes mado.
Sco our window display. J. M. Levy
& Co., "phono 76. J
Whitney & Mnrsh's salo of shirt
w fists begins on Monday morning.
Rceals hre. tho only shoes In thi
world mado In quarter-hlzcs. The)
glvo you donlifo the assuranco of a
perfect fit. Regal quality is tho best.
Rcfc&l Shoo Storo.
AutotAta will1 bo Interested to know
that tho Locomobile, tho very top.
notch car mrfdo In America today, is
comliig, and may soon bo seen at tho
Schtrman Carriage Co , Ltd.
For tho outsldo man who needs pro
tc6t(on from tho damp", a pair of out
$5 shoes, mud'o of tough willow calf
with a heavy dmtblo vlscOtlzed leather
sole'. Manufacturers' Shoe Co . Ltd
Lincoln said you could fool somo of
the people all ot the time but tho pub
lie says now that they cannot bo fooled
as tor the"quallty ot soda Water7 They
want Consolidated and Insist upon hav
To clear out broken lines and odds
and ends,- dress goods and all sorts ot
ladles' wear will bo offcrod nt stant'
pedo prices at Sachs, noxt Monday
morning. Nearly over) thing nt half
Only 127.25 for a comploto lino of
193 pieces of beautiful, flrsUqualfty
dinner set and table and kitchen uten
ills. See It In tho. window, tawls ft
Co, Ltd., 169 King street; telopbono
210, Lcbh than cost.
Blom will inaugurate n mammoth
salo of shirt waists on Monday morn'
Ing ot 8 o'clock. TJiO goods aro at!
ridw But as a lino Is" on the way room
must bo madu for them. There Is ov
cry kind nnd every, stylo nnd ho prices
ranKu rom n(iy cents upward.
THE KIN'AU arrlvod this njorhlng
from Kauai, bringing 12004 bags .Bug
ar. 23 bagB cocoanutn and 43 packages
sundries. Piu-Wdru65 reports, th'e
following sugar on 'Kiual ready for
shipment: K. 8. M.; 6900; V. K 1G0O;
n P. II IIAOr. ir Ti .AAA. ft o6.
,V Vl'fc,J UU, , I V'V, (. (Cdj
II. M., 900; K. B. Co , 600; It. 8. Co.,
2B.000. Ho furlhor jojiorts vthat tho
Koloa Sugar Co. will atop grinding for
twopjveeks commonclng noxt Tues
hii ' i ft J ii
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. Ahana 4,
LtMITED , ,
02 9. KING ST? PHONE'528.
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN T0WH.
This Inclbiiefah l6ni of twelve'
been given out to the public.
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KUHIO FINDS IT HARD
(Continued from Paze -.
cnmmitteo nhd put through nt this
session of Congress.
Further consideration otf the Or
ganic Act and land law amendments
by tho House Commit too on Territo
ries has been crowded out by contlnu.
ous hearings on Stntehood bills for
Arizona nnd New Mexico.
Very truly, '
Delegato to Congress.
i, Jan. 26' 03.
Editor Kvcrtlng Uulletln
This seems to be a senr of dtlucultles
In securing legislation for Hawaii.
The Rivers and Harbors Commit
tee hnve, now voted not to report a
general River and Hnrbor bill at this
session ot Congress, In spite of strong
pressure from many members In fu-
r- --"o - -, ----
eels only. This will probably make
t Impossible to sccuro any addition
al appropriation for the Hllo Break
water until tho next session of Con
gress. We, however, expect to sccuro
the purvey for Kahulul harbor, nnd
shnjl endeavor also to sccuro on for
a port on the Island of Kauaf.
Queen's Claim '
I finally secured on Thursday lait
the hearing on the claim of Queen
Lllluokdanl. At that tlmo I present
ed to the committee a general state
ment covering the grounds of the
claim. .Mr. Hatch followed with an
argument Ih favor of the claim, nnd
Mr. McClollnm began a statement con
sisting ot extracts from official letters
dnd reports regarding Hawaii and
the overthrow. A Continuation of
this hearing will bo had on Thursdcy
of this wcok.
Fees For Jurors
Senator Clark of Wsomlng has In
trOcfuccd ah amendment to nn appro
priation bill, providing an Increaso In
the tees of jurors and witnesses In
t-h PH.ry nnurl nf Ilnwnll flnil I
..U . ...-. v. . w. ... -
shall endeavor to get tho Houso con
ttrten io agVce to this Increase.
Tariff on Pineapples
vve aro using every enncavor to
hive Increases and corrections mado
(n the pineapple schedule by tho
Ways and Moans Committee.
Tariff For Revenue
There Is considerable goneral dis
cussion among members ot Congress
and' In the presa both for and against
a tariff on coffee.
But is a member of COngrcis Bald
to me frlls morning, the question Of a
coffee tariff will he decided as a rcv-
ofiuo measufe, and practically with
out reference to Hawaii and Porto
It I co, nB pubilc scAtlment would not
Jicrmlt a ddty to bo" imposed meroly
to4 protect (he coffee Industry In the
Insular portions of the Country alone.
,mnco Assistant secretary win
throp has pigeon-holed -the mntter, V
have tnltcn up With Secretaries Cor
(el)'ou and tinrfldd pdri'OnaUy, tho
question, ot having competitive planrf
called for by tho Treasury Depart
ment for tho Honolulu public build
ing, nnd hope to secure avorable ac
tion. ' -t
Pearl Harbor Appropriations
Tho Naval BUI as rcportod on-Sat-mday
carries SGOO.OOO for l'cail
Harbor channel, 1200,000 for tho
dry dock, and i 100.000 for eenernl
yard development, The Committee
htB rejected the cstlmntoi of $200,
OOtf each for machine shops and
storehousea as submitted by tho Nnvy
Department; this was done On the
giound that the Donartnlont could
hot jet make use of additional funds
for thoso.ltyo objects.
Land Law and Democrat
In the land law bill dratted by
Gdverhor Frear, the clause giving to
the (loYernnr the final decision In nil
dlsputedvjuestlons rnj to homestead
teslderioe In copied from the United
States Jand laws, which ive flnul Ju-
..ytH-Btt -J -i-mA. '" ' "
' IN FOREIGN PORTS ,) AHnlVED '
Saturday, February 16.
RIO JANKIRO Sailed Jan 26:
Ship Dlrlgo, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Feb. B:
$ H l.urllne, for Honolulu.
Bk. Mohican, Mr Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO Balled Feb C:
S. S, Mongolia, licncn Jan. SO,
TACOMA Sailed Feb. 2'
Sjclir. M. n. Foster, for Honolulu..
Friday, February 5.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Tel). 5:
U S A. T. ShcrlJan, for Honolulu
A fine AvftnrlAnr-ltif- ntin nt thn tttrOtl
j,tst gales of tho cnr, which delay-1 I
. . .u- tt..ll.l I
eu nor sevcrni nuurs, in imiuvi
Slates Army transport lluford arriv
ed from Manila nnd docked at thu
Channel wharf. Siio brought, nmong
other passengers, tho Philippine Con--stnbulary
band, s.ild to bo tho largest
musical organt'nlliin Hint ever travel
led around tho world Ah soon as tho
lines were mada fast tho band de
scended tho gangplank nnd marched
over to thO Opera llnuso,
Tho lluford brought n fow lugs of
mall for Honolulu
nolnlu. Tho passengers N nm Mr l)r(ran Ft N,
y army ofTlcers, rcttirnliml, Mrg mM CilnlCHi Mrw,
, after they liavo served nonrn t w noarn(.,, s. W. Milter.
tn thu States
In the Philippines. The ship stills to
morrow Anflernoon nt 4 o'clock
Chaunccy McOovcni, president and
general mniiager of tho Kscoltn Pins
nt Manila, Is returning to tho plates
THI MAUNA KEA returned from
Hllo this morning with n good sized
list of passengers and cniisldei,b'.o
amount of freight from Hnwnll nnd
Maul. Pifrser Srott, who took Phil
lips' place, who Is conllm'd to his bed
ill, reports tho following sugar on Ha
wall, nwnltlng shipment; Olun. 8181:
Walakea. 4000; Walflnku, 4200; Ono
mca, 7000;,Pepeekeo, 3C0O; Hnnoniu
S750; Hnkalau, 5S0O; l.nilpalioehoe.
14,700; Ooknla, 0100; Kukalnu, G00O;
Hamakua, SM2; Paauhaii, G000; Ilono
kna, 15,500; Kukulhncle, 3100.
THE U S. A. T lluford. blinking
tho, Phlllpplno Conlnbuhiry tuud, nr
rived off port nt 12:30 o'clock Kho
was boarded by tho quir.mtli'o .tint
customs ojnclals, who madu n thnr
ough Inspection of tho pissi'iitrtrx who
camo In her. On account of the prer.
ence of the Philippine band tho whnrl
was crowded by people vhci wanted n
pfe nnd hear tho muslclins pi i) ns
tly-'y nvnred tho wharf.
THE CII1VO MARU sailed for Yolo
hnnia nt noon today. Shu was nrstrt-
ed In swinging about by the tie; In
tropld, which let go her lluef nu.ir the
Till Hr.I.KNK arrived from Hnwnll
ports this morning, plio hroiiKlit i. ';"
SERVICES AT VOLCANO.
Hllo, Feb. 5. Last Sund.ij very Im
prcsstvo iforvlces wcru hold at tho Vol
enno House. All thn guestH nssemlilcil
nnd 'tho prisoner!) who nro working on
tho road went on tho hotel verandah
whore tho piano wns placed. Intio
ducto"ry remarks wero made by Colonel
Qnfr.m lTfit1nfl fr l-fcttiil lit nm tt I.Tait
Iuuiil iHinv hhiuiiiii irj tin imiiiuno
by Sam Kaiihnno. !!mns wcra hiiiir
1 0"- ' WIchlllBn rcnilLTPfl n COII)1o
. ,.. ., . ,., ,, 1 .,
ui bitiun. iirti. tvuctix nuiiri'sseii ina
prisoners In Hawaiian, her words evl
dently reaching their hearts as Iheie
wero tears on the checks and In tho
c)cs ot nil ot them. Next puiiil.'O
thcro will bo another sCrvIco when
Judgo DolO will address thu men. Col
cue! Parkor left a little fund In the
hnnds of tho hoad luna to bo used for
tho bcnoflt ot tho prisoners In such
way as Iho law allowed. Horald.
A delegation of Knmehamcha girls
vvortt over to Ilo)s' Manual School for
lunch today and tagged them up
They were Just In tlmo to cntch nil
tho boys nt meal The girls took
away a tidy sum of money.
Tho llnmohnmeha Cadets will hnve
a try-out in n street parade some
tlmo next week In preparation for
- it ii ii !i
iVillctlon of such questions to the
secretary or the Interior without any
appeal to tho courts.
It Is Interesting to observe that
thO Democrats who havo nlwajs nd-
vocatcd tho American land laws for
Hawaii haVo been the first to objeet
when one ot those principles is pro
posed for Hawaii.
Personally I bcllovo that this and
nhiny other pilnclples of the Ameri
ca ri land laws would not ho ndvlsablo
In Hawaii, and I shnll favor the pres
ent law, which permits the courts to
pass on disputed questions of homo
Although the pending hill to
nmend the land laws was published In
full In Honoluu eight days before
tho departure of th last mall that
hns reached mo, jet not a slnglo cltl
len of tho Territory has vvrltton mo
olthcr In criticism ot tho bill or to
Delegate t6 Congress,
Washington, Jan. 18, '09.
Friday. February 5.
Sloop Kalulaul, frum Pearl Hnrbor,
C p. m.
O. S. 8. Alameda, Dgwdcll, from San
Ii inclsco, 9. IS p. m
Saturday, I'cuYiiary '
TJ. 8. A. T. llufoid, from Manila. ff
loit at nooli,
Htmr. l.lkcllke, Nnopala, from Honu
ka.i, Hawaii, 12: In p. m.
Stmr. Hclciio, Nelson, from lliiwall,
1 p. m.
Stmr. Maunn Kea, Freeman, from
Hllo nnd wny ports, 7 n. in.
Stmr. Kinnu, from Knunt ports, n. in.
Friday. February f.
Stmr. Clnudlne, Bennett, for Mnul
ami Hllo, 5 p. in.
Stmr, Nocau, for Knual, G p. in
DUE TODAY I
S. Aorangl, from British
Per stmr. Maunn Kea from Hllo and
way iiorts. Feb. C J 8. Potter, H, V.
.Mis. Miller, Miss Miller. W. A. Vnlo.
Mis. Vale. S Durbln, M Barrett, Miss
A Cary. Miss M. Gorman, 8. C. Sinllh,
,Mih. H. llnpal, O V Alfonso, Mrs. Af
fonso.MIss 11. Hapal, Mrs. Nnwnhl.
C. It. Wllhrd, Mrs. Dowllng, 1). Btnllc.
It. A. Lucas, J. W, Do) le, It. Johnstone
A Rlchlcv, Mrs. Hlchloy, K. Cary. tlen.
Richardson. Mis. Sherwood. C, J.
Schoenlng, T A. nurnlngham H. II
Unit, C. Lyman, J II. Smith, Mis. C.
W Booth, Mrs. Chas. Lucas, Mrs.
Chapman, II Ixwls, W O. Wnlker, C.
K Notify, P. W. P. Bluett, 'II L. Aid
rldgc. Mis. Aldrldgo K. Tuchlya, A
M Brown I S Hdwards, M. S He
pout. Miss H Nniikntin, W. McOcrraw.
Miss R Cllbson. Wong Oock, Leo King,
Qnon Duck, Jns. Auld.
Por O. 8. S. Alameda, from San
Francisco, Feb. 5 It. C. Adams, Dr.
R. B. Clark, Mrs Clark, A. Destrez. O.
Duffy. D. Harvey r.ldor. C 1. Fergus-i-on.
Mis rorgiisson, C. I. I'oyo, J fl.
Hulli-tnii, I T He illi, B W llogo.
Mis Hugo, Mrs J. L Hoincr, J. M.
Johnson, Mrs. 1. Knox, Miss Knox,
Mis. I. L. Landau Mrs. T W U-o. II
O McCoy, Mis. McCoj, It (1. McPhor
sou, Miss Maud Mclean. Miss Vera
Mcl.inn, V. A. MrRnu. U A. May. Mrs
Mn, J. M;imrd Jr., W. II. Mond.
Mrs. Moody, Oscur llloilell, Bghirt
Roberts, Mrs, Roberts, O II Satgenl,
J. I, Srhcnck, Mis Schi-nck, Hubert
Sro. Mrs. See1, C A. Stolilo. Mrs.
Slohle. Mis. Sheldon. M A. SIImi. C II
SnciHkcr, C SoreiiEim, It. II. Thomp
son Jr, II. II. Tompkins, Miss Toinp
klus. Per U S A. T lluford. finm Ma
nlla, Feb 0 Wm A Alfonlo. Mrs. A.
W Hatch. M II Ilitrnum, Mrs. II. S.
RCrry, C Beutlnger, Madison 11 Bow
man, Win. Brooke. Asn 1 I'lsk, V J.
(Inllaghcr Mrs. P I (laiilhuii and two
children, II C Ouirlng, R. T. (llnss,
Saniui 1 C. Ouincy, Frederick Hadr.i
R. (I Halter, Jahu R. Heiilo), Mink I.
Hurscy. I. A. Kelley. Mrs. L. II. Kro
hut. Win. 11, I.i'iuly, Albert (1, Uio,
Waller II. living, MIsb llqjcn Mac
Donald, W. T MafTo), Chaiincoy Mc
tlnvorii, S 11, .MrPheelcrs, A. Miller,
V. I Morrison, Mrs. J. A. Murtaiigh
mil two children, IMw P. Nones,
L.ouls M. Nuttmaii, l'dw. P. Pnttcison,
i: W. Rich, MIhh M.iiido Roblunoii,
Miss Mary C. Scrllincr tleo C Seiner.
II. Clay M Supplee. Mrs. 0. W. Win
terbiirn, Paul A Wolf, Chas. P. Mc
Per stmr Klnau, flregory, from
Knual, Feb. fi W J Sheldon nnd
wife. Miss K Antonu, Miss II. Witt, W.
L. Hopper, C. L. Ileil, W. B. Thomas,
W. Mntsiihlla. 11 St. (lo.ir. It, Ivois,
Hio I'm, Sing Voo, C. (1 Ilotnko, 11
Jlmmlc, K L. Wong, Jns. Morso, It
Slilffeu, A T Wnkofluld, Miss II Me
Keaguo. Mrs. I Howni.l and rhlld,
Master McKeague, Mrs. McKeaguo an I
(Continued from Pace 1)
Informed that an nttempt to arrest
mo will bo uiAde during tho day. This
will bo done In older tu gag me, nnd
pruvc.it mo fiom speaking to the peo.
"I shall not resist arrest I respcit
the law, but nt once will get bull ami
return as soon as posslblo to address
the meeting "
Doctor Atchcrlcy Is fairly toinfort-
nblo nt "Tho Magoon." Ho and hh
wife entortalned tit progressive oil-
eluo Inst ovenlhg. Unroi innately, u
list of the guests Is nut available.
Still, ono thing Is certain, and that
Is that the guard stutlnneil at 'Thu
Magoon" was not pienent-he takes
a hand In the gamo later on
Bulletin Business Office Phone .250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-0ycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King fit. opposite South St,