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EVENING DUU-fiTIN, HONOLULU. T. H THURSDAY, FED. 18, 1909.
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
, i All visiting membors of the
'i Order nro cordially luvitcil to
, attcud meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Metis ovciy Monday evening at
7:50 In I. O. O. F Hall, Port Street.
H. It. IIUNOIIY, Secretary.
R I). WICKU, N. .
All vlslttug brothers vory cordially
OAHU LODGE. Ho. 1. K. of P.
Meets oery first nnd third Fri
day evening nt 7:30 In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Fort and Uerctanla. Vlslttug
brothers cordially Invited to attend.
T. It. NUGENT, C. C.
11. UO.Sl.INU, K. It. S.
HONOLULU L0D0E G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge, No. CIS, 11. P. 0.
B., will inert In their hull on King
near Fort Street every Friday even
tnjr. Ily onlor of the E. It :
HENRY a UA8TO.N.
WM. H. McINERNY, B. It.
Wm M'KINLEY LODOE Ko.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Saturday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'.
Hall, cor. Fort nnd lloietunla.. Visit
ing brothers cordially invited to at
tend. F. M. McGREW. C. C.
E. A. JACOUSEN, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
r Mjseta on tho 2nd nnd- 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7.30 a'cloctc in IC. of F. Hi' II, corner
Btrotr.nla and Fort street.
Visiting Eagles ore lnlted to at
tend. .V. L. FRAZKE. W., Prcst.
II. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets cTcry first and third Thurs
day nf corn month nt Knights of
I'ythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially lnMted to nttnnd.
A. n. AKLEKHI, Sachem.
A. V.. MURPHY, C. of R.
WS eWKgl isjlil WIN Si r f IWi ill mw
The best assortment ever
thown in the city. STYLES
nnd PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for n bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner Kinu nnd Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACiTOn end BUILDER.
riUMBINQ and PAINTING,
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 2211
King St; rP.0. Box 014. j
ASSESSMENT' HO. D I
In the Ihn i w.on Mutual llonovolent
Aiic!jtti; i duo Dee. 15, 1008, de
linquent Jnn. K, 1009, AH assess
ments nro panblo nt tho Socretary'i
office, Kaplolcnl Uulldlug, King and
lllnnlt books nf all r.orts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Ilulletln
Made by n 'special process,"
of toughened material, with a
200-thread record; it will play
an average of four minutes.
Cost per record, 50c. Spc
,cinl attachment to fit any pho
nograph except the Clem. Old
'7T7"' t 1 -J
Co., Ltd., .
Alexander Young Building.
is written on every ''piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
. ' K 4
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
are jn:t as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bni'dinR. Phone 397.
SHARP SIONS attract attention
Pau Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
NOW (ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDQ., FORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mis. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIXST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
'The .Finest Bathing on the Beach,"
Meals At All Hoars.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIQABJ.
W, 0. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The roost popular
place in town. t
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort. '
lack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve jot
COR. .HOTEL and NUUANU.
Best Draught Beer
" McTighfe Favorite
Ihe Best Whiskey on the 'Markit.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & 00.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST. '
PHONE 140. ' P 0. BOC 785.
P. H. BURNETTE.M :
Attorney-at-Law for the 'pistrjet
Courts; Notary Publio;'1 Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills' 'ilf Sale,
Leases, Wills, eto. ; Agent io Grant
Marriage Liconses. . ,
79 MERCHANT ST.? r
HONOLULU. PHQNE 310.
jjjgT-'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
LOCAL iND GENERAL
j i t ij
Todav is the best time tos find'1 a
high-price customer for your proper
ty.A Bulletin Want Ad. will
tHave, lunch at the Royal Annex.'
A brown terrier blteh ts ndcrtiscd
as tost. Sco ad.
A turquoise ring has been lost. Re
ward for Its return to II u 1 1 c 1 1 n
Illnm Is selling beautiful lac cur
tains, whlta and ecrii, at prices from
11.15 (o M.Tft.palr'., V
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic,"
You will be Burprlsod nt Its cooIIbk
and preservative properties California
Food Co., ucentR, i
On Instaltmnnti of $1 per month .you
con purchase n While Family Rotary
sewing machine. ;llenny'& Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Kort Bt. Phono 4M.
C. D. MHcEachcrn, si ono tlmo head
watcrluna at Ewn, and mora recently
employed nt Wnllukti, Maul, lias been
offered nnd has nccoptcd n position nt
Ea once more.
Jean Sa'bake, who had a vnrjod ca
reer In Honolulu and did Rood' news
paper work Is.now connoctqd with the
Providence (R. I.) Journal and liven
ing UullctliVHe l's'd6l'iig well. f
Meet your friends at Roval Annex.
Forty-two Jolly good fellows filled
the dining room ef tho Knlrrlfr
Hotel Friday night, come to cat's,
farewell dinner wlh tho outgoing
County Auditor, Olnf Omsted. Mine
Host Wfillo had prepare: nil oxcul-
lent spread nnd the liquid refresh:
I.I AM 1 ii ...a. a a A ...a..a.I I.aaa.I. a.
i.iviiin nvm ui tiiiiut 1U Ifl.t.lt.v mill
correct temperature H. D. Wl'sharif
ns (onstmastcr with his happy knack
in Introducing the spenkors of tho
cyenlng soon had Jollity going, and
even the "lone Democrat from Hono
lulu'' threw nwny tho gloom, caused
by forebodings of the defeat of his
party the next day. Happy speeches
nnd well told anecdotes filled fho in
tervals between the courses, Inter
spersed with songs in n variety of
languages, In all of which the Llhuc
men seemed to lio proficient to the
utter astonishment of tho Honolulu
visitors. Hut then they liavo not had
the benefit of the educating Influenco
of the bowling alley. Garden Island,
ROSENBERG TRIAL WILL
BE LONGJRAWN OUT
Tho Rosenbcrc trial in Ihn llnli,t
States court promises to tako all of
this week, nt least, and probably part
of next.. -A Jury has been sctcctod and
me taking or evldenco 'begun, but this
morning tle case was resume'd with
th& first witness, Kalanl'koai still on
Attorney Strnuas lias adopted his
customary tatties of flchtinr .,)
point and filling the record with ob'jpc'
lions nnii .nviVfiitintiB.Hn.i hi Mn.n.in
, , , .... ,..
mnKo tho trial much longer than It
otherwise njlgilt bo
REP. COHEN WANTS'
(Continuedfrom PaJtj) I)
First Tlio nrrno ntSil'n-l,...'.'.i
mate, or public lands tfnown to hfc
Oovernment to" bo"auftaflo for pracllr
cal agricultural operallbh&yahd .'
Second The water supply, vwheth-
cr rnlnfnll or Irrigation', ahd.Mf the'
latter, thn smirrAnr iilinii. n.'t wf.
thcrnie(uittc, nvallabl. or diverted;
Thlll aTI.A AltflAAAfA- ,. !.- liJ
- - .iiu(viiim,ici vi fcliu 1UI1U,
and Boll, If known': nnd
Fourth Tho clearing,' If necessary
tn niftnri fllA lanl naltiililA tm m.I-
culturo, nhd whether- from rock or
ViI7f.tlllA rvftttsflko i- knil.'l J.t
Hcsolved. Tliat the GoVernor.pf tlio
Territory of Hawaii Ijq antjhrobv In
injuvHirq 10 becuro ana ifAnomit to
mis iiouscp at me oatllMt possible
,.. ..,, .wMuviiiin SMIUI ilSilUtl IIUIII
Iho otHcors of tho sugar plantation
icaMng public laudg rom he Tcrrl-
trrv nf IlntVnlf. il)hlitnMnn iisi.l kum.
w ... ........... (-,MUHMeitt uiiu Mlllll"
mnrltlng such Information Island by
annul ono uisirici oy dlelrlct, which
Information shall cover tho following
points: ' ' '
First The total arcaH of public
lands leased to, each plantation; and
llzed for tho growing of sugar enno;
Third .Tho estimated nddldnnal
nrenof leased public land suitable for
mo growing of Bugnr cano but not
jot utilized. "
Roacoo Farrar nf Mnttoon. III., n
polntod .Instructor of botany nnd soils
ni uauiornia univorslty rnrm.
Kfsrv HnrflMn. IninnpQAnnMm. a. an.
Inrnp In op'ora of th'abnariio tn.ikea
many snutiucr and Is conrKii.ned by
I" Consul Arthur S. nh'eney nnd wife,
victims of Mosnlna tomblor. tmiiod to
gether. Humboldt forest lit western Nc'ndii
fMuiwauii Duv,fdu ucrep uy iou)ucni
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. "W. 'AhaiiS to;,'
C2S. KJROSTi ' PHONSffM.
THE BEST ,TITTEHS, W I0WN.
WHOM PULITZER LIBELED
WASHINGTON, D. C,', Feb. 17. The "Fnnama" Indictments of l'u
Htzcr of tho Now York World nnd Smith of tho Indianapolis News dc-
cre that Roosevelt, Taft, Root.O, I'. Tnft,J. I. Morgan, Robinson nnd
Cromwell have been vilified by, tiie charges.
- - m
NOiirotK, Vn., Fed. 17. The Culgo.i has arrived here.
A wireless from tho flngsHlu Connecticut stntcs that sho Is
lllllcs!nfCape, Henry. '
, The scout ship Salem nhd tho battleship Malno hnvc Joined the lint
ttoahlrV fleet and tho nrmadn will probably arrive hero on Sunday oven-
. MORMONS COMING TO HAWAII
SALT LAKH CITY. Utah. Feb. IT
er dfg'nltarlcs of hc Mormon Church,, lujvo sta.rtcil for lluwall to vlull
the mission hero. .
' m i
SMYRNA, 'Asia Minor, Feb. 17.
days nnd eight people havo been killed., Ticrq,,nro ninny refugees in the
FOR BIG BATTLESHIPS
WABIIINOTON, I). C. Feb. 17.
Nnvnl 1)111, restored tho provision fixing the size of battleships nt -fi.oOO
a i mm
'r.BTKftSHURCl. Russia. Feb.
clcjor'tho Czar, has died in nstlimatlc
rn i I
Tcndors for furnishing supplies to
tho City nnd County of Honolulu nro.
Do yon know that you got Fort street
quality shoes from thu I.. Aynil Shoo,
Co. at Nuuanu street prices.
Whitney k Mnrsh aro showing n
lino of parasols, get ono for the fforafl
parade and Rnvo your complexion. . I
rour days at sea, it is now ihissiiiio
for a friend to hear from Honolulu, or
icnd a messago himself, by wireless
A list of Ihe officers ejected to servo
for the ensuing jenr in tho Honolulu
Rapid Transit & Land Co. Is publfrhod
In this issue.
Orders Vor live stock of nil Uinta
taken by C. II. Ilclllno., who will Icayo
for San Francisco February 27 par tur
line. Club Stables, Ltd.' Tol 10).
Yee 'Chan & Co. on King and llothel
ttrects avji Jilst received a largo ship
M'ent"of Ci'ilde'sAemhrolrtered gbodv,
elltis, grass linen, etc. Call and ,soo
them. ' '
, "Money Is novcr really saved till It
Is l)tHo bank, deposited lo4 tho 'credit
of(lho saver. Wo supply convenient
Homb' banks for Having, and pay 4Vi
per; cent Interest. Dank ot Hawaii,
Wo hAve Just received n largo ns
sofjinjenlf whlto goods, comprising
Persian lawnslpijla llnons, nainsooks,
finglsh -and 'French loiig cloili, many
new ito'algns In fnncy white walstlngs.
y Tho npw MulU-Spel-d Shuitbr gives
exposures to H2000 sqcoiid. Appllc
aljlo to flHialleRt'prsctloiiblo enmerns.
Results nro cloar and pnrfect. Soe
some of them-In our windows. Honolulu-Photo
Snpply Co. '
.Passengers' for tb'o" Korea "should
avoid nl worry about their haggago
bylcavlhgltljolj ordeni',wl(h tho tJnlon
Pacllle Transfer Co. Il'tggago placed
In proper stato and scaled rooms under
personal uiiporylslon. Phono 08, 12S
Washington, Feb. G. "Tho evil ef
fects of tho spoils system nnd bt the
custom of treating appropriations to
tho public service ns personal per
quisites of professional politicians nro
peculiarly evident In the cases of a
great public work llko tho 'taking of
tho census, a work which should em
phatically bo dono for tho whole peo
ple and with an eyp slhgly to their
In ttioso words Prcsldont Roosevelt
today summed up a message to the
houue returning without his npnroval
a measure providing for the taking of
the next census, becnuso ot a provi
sion that appointments shnll bo made
on the' basis'' of noncompetitive ex
aminations'' - , '
As passed by congress tho blI por-
luiiA vpruBijniuuvva uiiu seuuuins iu
designate jiorsonii' far 'positions nftcr
thoy have undergono a slnglo exami
Tho reference of tho president to a
division of the spoils "without n'flght
by the professional politicians',' ihi
both sides provoked general laughter,
After providing for a reprint ot the
census hill as it passed the'house, tlio
house adjourned, thus postponing ac
tion on tho messago,
' i e -
Stockton grand Jury begins Invcstl.
gatlon of gambling under alleged po
lice protection, '
.American wine growers' associa
tion suggests Incrpaao ot duty on
Character of Mrs. Phillips, who
claims millionaire Callory's estate, la
decried by witness.
President Smith nnd n dozen nlli-
Earthquake shocks havo lasted two
Tho Senate, beforo passliig tho
I7-rTlio tlrand Duko Vladimir, un-
H1L0NIAN BRINGS '
MANYBAGS OF MAIL
After experiencing fairly good
weather, with occasional swells, the
Blcamshlp illlonlan, which reported
josfcrday while still al ecu. arrived
this morning from Sail Frauclscp nnd
docked nt her berth alongside tho Mnt
snn wharf. Sho brought n good list ol
passengers, 2!9 bags ot mail, and icon
tons of general ufcrchamlltc.
Tho Illlonlan, after leaving San
Francisco, wns constantly In wlrvlcsn
communication with cither that port o.
Tho Illlonlan Is discharging lior car
RAFT OF BILLS
(Continued From Pace 1)
upper Iioiieo of tho Lcglslnturo today.
Tho membership announced Is ns fol
lows: Senators Fnlrchlld of Kauai, Drown
of Hawaii, Coolho of Maul, Moore mid
Qulnn of' Onhu.
Immediately after tho opening
prayer and tho reading of tho Join
nal of( the Senate, the Janitor, who
was not present yesterday when lie
was elected, was called to tho Speak
er's desk nnd hud tho oath adminis
tered to him,
President Smith then nnnounccd
tho appointment of the Committee
on Ways und Means,
Scnntor Coclho called nttojition to
tho fact ttint, on the lMucatluu Com.
mttee, were two members fioni
Maul. Ho thcrofoio begged permis
sion to resign nnd to suggest the ap
pointment of a Senator from Kauai
in his stead. Ills resignation was
accepted nnd Senator Knudson was
appointed In his place.
Pay for Molokai' Land
A message from the Governor, rec
ommending tho appropriation nf $,
276 to pay for certain lands nt Knl.i
wao, Inland of Molokai, taken poshes,
slon of for thq Leprosarium, was pre
sented nnd rend.
Tho remainder ot the session wns
devoted to tho Introduction or bills,
nil of which wero read by tltlq and
passed their first reading.
Senator Coclho offered tho follow
ing resolution relative to tho appor
tionment of tho 130,000 appropriat
ed by Cdngrcssi
Expenditure of Appropriation
do u iieoivcu, uy tno nonaio ot
tho Legislature of tho Torrltory of
Hawaii, tho Ilouao of Representatives
concurring. That tho apportionment
of the Federal Appropriation of $30,.
000.Q0 nhiill bo us follows:
"One-third (1-3) of until sum to
ho drawn by tho Scnato nnd two
thirds (2-3) of said Bum to bo drawn
by tho Ilnuso for tho expenses ru
spectlvcly of both lloiibca; nnd that
a copy of this Resolution bo forward
ed hj- the Clork ot the Senate' to tho
Sccrotar'y of tho Territory of Hn
wnll." , Knlamu moved lliaf an adjourn
ment bo taken Until 10 o'clock tomor
row morning. On tho suggestion of
President Smith, n recess wns taken
until 2 o'clock this afternoon. '
Some dltcusslon wns indulged in
with regard to tho location (it tho
proas desk. It was finally decided to
have It on tho Senate floor nonr the
fcwn windows, that the reporteis
mny have nccoss to the CIcrK'B desk.
Watsrworks To Counties
' senator Knlnmu introduced n res
olution piovldlng that whereas "for
tho advancement of the administra
tion of County government within
the Territory of Hawaii, It Is desired
that each County may bo nblo to ac
quire, maintain nnd conduct for Its
own unq, nnd ns ItH own property, the
public waterworks systems, fire de
partment buildings nnd Jails, nnd
lie him -' in
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IN FO.REIQN PORTS j ARRIVED J
Thursday, February 18,
SYDNEY Sailed Feb. IS:
S. S, Mukurn, for Honolulu.
SAUNA CRUZ Sailed Feb. in:
S. 8. Texan, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Fob. 17:
Ilk. St. Knlherlne, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO-Sallcd Feb. 18:
S. S. Enterprise, for llllo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Feb, IS:
HCiir. iieieno, pence J?n. 27.
property connected therewith within,
"Therefore, bo It Resolved, by tho
Senate of tho Legislature of the Ter-
Itory of Hawaii, tho House of Rep-
..A. . .. .. ... .... . '
iiini iiig congress oi inc unneii
Slates bo nnd Is hereby respectfully .!,
requested to paRS, at nil early dato nn
Ait whereby and whercunder Ultra mid Hawaii,' 5 p. m.
shall ho ceded back to the Territory ' ! ,..,,'.. .nn,-, """
of I jaw-all by the United States, ,,,,,'j PASSENGERS ARRIVED l
title, to, nil and singular tho several; ' Per 8. 8. Illlonlan, from San Fran
public waterworks systems, public cIpco, IVIi. IS. T. B. Martin, M. Moil
hlghwns, parks, squares, flro depai t-' crelf, Mm, .1. M. I.ovy, Mrs. O. (1.
inent buildings and Jails, mid nil pio-Spragii(, Miss A. L. Harper, Mr. and
porly, nppurtenatiees nnd Interests
urcil In connection tlicrowlth."
Would Amend Registration Law
Scnntor Knlama Introduced n'blll
entitled: An Act to F.nnhle IVrsons
Attaining the Ago of Twcnty-mio
Years on or llcfoio Ih'e Day of Any
(Iinernl Hloctlon, to register.
Senator Robinson Introduced n bill
relating to lines and costs and tho
Senator linker Introduccl u bill
nmendliiK Section 13SI of Iho Re
vised Lnws relating to hotel, boaid-
lug house, nnd iciliiiiriint llreuues.
A change In the Codnty law wns
nflMltil(.liiA,l Itv. ..Iirif rir It'll.n. In n
bill entitled "An Act to Repeal Act'"' 'MlM'",1' "' J ' 0,u,rc"1l1' .V1?'' "' K
51. Session Laws or 1905, mid Retii--'r,"",' '","' c, '' ''', ' V"M: HoucrtM.ii.
hct Act 3D Hntltled 'All Act Creallr.g C'S' IV"ky' C"- ',1"lm l",,r' ,
Counties Within the Territory of H.,-l ' " " CIJinc. I eni.e for
tvnlt I UU1 ",M iiiiwitn inn in, run, in, jr.
"' , ., , . , , , m. Miss (lay. Mrs. I'. Ciowford, Mrs.
Scnntor Mooro Introduced two K , Wnfc.. .,, ,.,, M,Hs Ani,
Mis one to amend ho liquor laws, Wllkl, M!ti( A1(,(l Wl)a.r Sallf()1,
of tin. Territory, mid the oilier to w..IKei. Jack Walker. Ward Walker,
amend Section 1017 uf the itevlsull.T. ...
Uiws of I In wal
Coelho Breaks Records
Tho biggest batch of hills was In-
tiralureil by Senator Coellio. Fifteen
...... ... .... u.u . i-.,-., .., IIIU ...o...
stntesiiinn, his niuch-dlsei.Ksed "1 Ish-
cries law' being among them. IIU
list of bills Is ns follows:
"An. Act to Amend Act 30 of Hie
Sei-slon Laws of ISO.-, Entitled 'An
I. Ml.. I.. ..II ... W-....I I... ,1... .....!
Act Creating Counties Within the,
Territory or iinwnn mm rroviunu;
for tho (lovcrnmcnt Thctcof.' "
"An Act Relating to the Payment
n' Snlnrles nnd Wages of County Of
ficers and County Employes."
"An Act to Amend Section 2S or
Act 30 of tlio Session Luwu of llt'in,
Entitled 'An Act Creating Counties
Within the Territory of Hawaii and
Piovldlng for the (Internment Theio
"An Act Relating to Fishing In tho
Fisheries In tho Sea Wntcis ot the
Territory of Hawaii."
"An Act Relating to Persons Em
ployed In tho Senltu of tho (lovern
mint of tho Ten Itory of Hawaii or
Any County or Municipal Subdivision
"An Act to Amend Sections 13-t
and 1323 of Chapter 102 or the Re
vised Liiwh of Hawaii."
'"All Act to Amend Secllomi 13S0
mid 1381 of tho Revised Lnws of Ha
waii Relating tn lodging or Tene
ment Houses, Hotels, Hoarding
Houses mid Restaurants."
"An' Art to Amend Sections 1212
mid 1225 or tho llcilscd Iih of thu
Territory of Hawaii, Relating to tho
Rato Pur Cent, for Property Taxa
tion." "An Act Ilclntlng tn tho Rato Per
Cent, for Income Taxation and Amen
ding Sections 1278,127!), 12SI mul
1283 of tho Revised I.-iws or the Ter
ritory of lfiiwnll, ns Amended by
Act 87 of tho Session, Laws or 1!M)S."
"An Act Relating to tho Rate Per
Out, for Inheritance Taxation mid
Amending Act 102 of the Session
Lnws ot 1905."
"An Act to Ropenl Chapter 81 of
tho Rovlsed Liiwb of lluwall,"
"An Act to Amend Chapter 9 1 of
tlio Revised Laws of lluwall Iteming
to Leper Settlement und Hospitals by
Adding Thereto a new Suction to bu
Known ns 'Section 1127A.'"
"An Act Relating tn Mnrrlngo LI
cinees." "An Act In Repent Sections 1057
nnd 1000 nt tlio Revised Lnws ot Ha
wul Relating to Manufacture or
"An Act to Amend Section 1118(1
or Chapter 1 02 ot the Revised Laws
ot Hawaii ns Amended by Ait 9G of
the Laws or 1907."
Bulletin Xditnrit Room Phone J3S.
Bullctin Business Office Phone 250.
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHABLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
' AND MACHINE WORKS
King St, opp"!Ja South. St
Wednesday, February 17.
Slmr. J. A. Cummins, Searlo, from
Koolati, 7:10 p. m.
Tmirsd.iy, February IS.
M, N. S. S, lllijnlau, Johnson, fioni
Schr. Ka Mol, HIpJ, from Napoiipoo,
Komi, 8 n. m'.
Wednesday, FebruatV 17.
Ilktn Conmado, Lnngfuldt, for Su
Friinclkco, 7:15 it. in.
llklu. Iring.iril, Chrlstlnnseii, for Sail
Francisco, 11:30 n. m.
M. N. H. S. I.iirllno, Wccdcft, for Kti-
huttil S: 10 p. in.
M. N. 8. 8. ilyiules, Alwcn, for San
IFiniiclrco, 0:10 p. in.
Slmr. Clamllnc, lleuiictl.
Mrs. Ronald Kennedy, Mr. mid Mrs.
III. L. Nowinaii, W. It. Itnuiiillicc, Mls-i
!' ' i'e''i- MrM 8. W. li.eis, Mr.
mul Mrs. L. U, Arnold nnd child. Mr.
nnd Mis. II. A. Friend. Mr. nnd Mnt.
A- " ' McCormlck, Mrs. Fredrlcksou.
'"!l" Anderson. F. Relcbllng. Mrs. J,.
Bn iicit. .mihs .lean until. T. T. Mills,
l "I". ' I'lnn, w. .Marg.ivin, I-. ii.
v ' '' . r. uum
Per S. H. Illlonhn, for San Frnnela
cm Feb. ':?., 10 ii. in Mis Peters, Mrs.
J. A. (loriiian, Miss M. Cliiriiian, Mrs.
Iluller. K. It. Shaw, MIkh II. W.
man mid lady friend, Mr. Forrest.
I H.-ii FrancUco, Feb. 17. To Promo-
Cimiu,t. II,,.,,,,,,,,,. MIlKi.,
w, liIVC ,..., ,iawnKl.ra ,,
,31 ,!,.,, ,!ail.:,,.ri,. m,,, i,,,,,).,
r.rilv.. lit Honolulu on tho iimiiiliig of
,;,,. .2,, ,, ,0llV0 , mnHinR f
ii,.. .3rd. A. 11. 1). Ki:mit:i.l.
(I. P. A. Par. Mall B. 8. Co,
Bccrelnry Wood nt tho Promotion
Commit Ictt is highly plcnrud with tho
coming or ninety six passengers for
Honolulu in the Mongolia.
THE IlARKKNTINES Coioiiado and
Irmguid, which lefryosterday for S.ui
Francisco will, It is Buhl, linvc u genu
Ino iuii) rnim hero tn (lohleu (Ink.
Iloth wisruls niu .ist sailers and tho
lecult or I hi1 raco will bo watched with
n gieat deal nt Interest hy their i
rpccltiu nwiiuis und tho waterfront
people. Tho Irmgard was copiniaiulod
by Captain Clirlstlaiiren nnd Iho Coro
nadp by Cuptaln l.migfohlt.
TIIE STEAMER W. (1. Hall, wlihh
rami) In elerday morning from
Kauai, will bo laid up for kiiuio days.
Sho will ho given geuurnl overhauling
in Iho murine railway.
THE SCHOONER Kn Mol nrrlved
(bin morning finm Nnpoupim, Kiun,
bringing soo bigs or Iho bi-st Knna c-of.
feo. Tho tehiHiner Is docked WalUI'il
of the Miitson wharf.
THE LURLINE also sailed yesterday
for Kflhulul, Maul, whom sho will tako
In sugar. Sho will ivtiiiu In Honolulu
tn complete her cpirj::i before loavlng
lor tlm states.
Till: I1YADES uf Iho Malsou lliei
ll'ft yesterday nflpriiiioii ill 5:30 o'clock
ror S.ui Francisco. Sho look nwny
iinning her c-ugo. 3500 i-asea of pine
apples. THE CI.AUDINi: will loiivo' tur Mind
and Hawaii imits tomiuiow nfturuuuii
lit 5 o'clock.
(Continued from Pero 1)
self ,vas ntherwlso legil. Judge Robin
sou sustained thu objection, and all
uvldoiicu us to motlvo was oxcludcd.
Mr. Kinney nlBii offiTcd to prove that
tho SupurWborB voting for tlio resolu
tion did not know what particular of
llcos or oinployinenta weio nffected by
Iho lesolullnn, but this nlTcr was nh'o
ohjcclnl In by tho Doputy City Atlor
I'oy as bijlir; llkewl-c liuiirilcil il utul
thu iibjectliiii tiislalned by lb" Coiiit
Nono of , the rulings of .I-.i'lso Unliln
son as Intimated In the nii)in(ir p.uiei1
bad the effect nt nu'llfylug thl resn'u
lion, hut tho com I tiiiggested that what
ohm1 powers wore gianted to tho May
or hy tho Municipal Act coiilil not !n
nhildgnd by tlio old Hoard. Whether
the Mayor had pnnor to api:ilni oiu
ploycos of ovory character has not yet
lieen determined, nor has tho quistlim
whether tho old Hoard had p wer ti
abolish nil employments croaten h It.
Tho cao went nier ypstonho n'lor
noon to 2 p. in. Iuilu. It 1r posh-ilo
that It i.uy bo ccncludcd thp. .uii-r-noon,