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From San Francisco:
Motigolln 1'ib. 22
For San Francisco:
Koic.l 1 VI). 13
Moana . l'el). 19
The day, when the poorly llahted
store', below the level of the street,
will be patronized, Has gone and
riddance. The clean, well lighted ttore
easily entered and advertise In tho
B u 1 1 e 1 1 n wins.
Mn!"ir" "" 'i 3,30 EDITION
In Honolulu It's the Evening Bulletin
VOL. XI. NO. 4230.
PAGES. HONOLULU! TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY J9. 1009. 8 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FLORAL PARADE -JUDGES
Dlrcctiil Potrle of the 190S Floral
Pnrndo Committee Iiiim completed Ills
llht of Judges for the blR event next
Monday. All of those Judges with
the exception (if thnso Tor tho p'a-ll
riders' hcctlnn, nro "lualllilnls," who
lire spending the winter In tho IkI
nmlt Tim JuiIrcm will niaUo their
decisions iih soon iih possible after
llin Parade re.uhcs- Knplolnnt l'.irl;,
fnllowlnR which Mm. Walter 1'.
l'loar, wife of the Governor, will
prcFcnt the tiophlcs to tho wIiiiicih.
The Hat of Judges followH:
Automobiles Mr. J. S. Hi enr, Vnn
inuver; Mih, .1. II lliyun, HotheHtcr,
N. VI , nnil Mih J. W. Smith, Parso,
Carriages f? .1. 11. Ilrynn, Hocli.
COMING NEXT YEAR
Steamship. Company Will
Help Bring Visitors
Htt.iiM.iry H."P Wooif of the Promo
(Inn Committee Ih In receipt of n let
ter fiom C. K. IT. tlsshor. Habitant
Inillle manager of the Canadian Pa
cific rallinlld, which speaks well fur
thn tourist prnspicts fur next cur
The letter follows:
"1 have vpur fnvor of tho 1rith Inst,
nnil nm obliged to you for copy of the
Hawaiian Klxh Hunk
"In regard to the iiuestlnii nf IiiihI
iiohh l.i tho Cimi'dlnn-AiiKtiallnii line,
I iIIkciikkuiI this matter with Mr. .1. C
Irons of tin) C. A. ljnu rather mure
than n moutliH Hgo, nnil I understand
Unit he In looking Into It. ami oxpccls
to tin iihlii to take aetlifii that will leail
to considerable bitslncrs for next sea
miii. It heliiR too I.t it In Mo nu thing
for tho picHent winter
"Voiiu vr 1 1 illy
(Silt.) "l's K i: UHHIIKR,
"AhKl. Passe liget Tiallle Muu.igci '
mm I I mm
SAN TRANfiisCO, Calif., Feb. 19.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s. Par
ity, 4.11 cents. Previous quotation,
'1 1 1 1 hm'ost hlil fur the construe lion
of llin new building for the Kiiulheo
1.) Ill HiiHpltat, ncdiiillug to the plans
tlruwn hy Architect .1 II Craig, res
put In hv A P. McDonnlil. Ills hlil
wan SuO.Oim. Tho liiiiml of trustees
of the liiiiltHl now Iiiik the bids uiiilcr
eoimlileiatlnii mill tho continel will
piolinlily ho let wlthlu n Tew das.
3SF""For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
nrc nlways Just Right,
The dressiest and most
particular men wear
" Benjamin " Dress
Suits and a Dress
Suit must be perfectly
The same perfect
tailoring' is found in
all "Benjamin Clothes"
And the best . wearing,
pre-shrunk goods are
always used in making
COR. FORT & HOTEL.
oiler, N. Y; Mrs. J S, Hrcar, Van
couver, ami MrM.'c. 12. l'orgusonj Now
rioatB Mr. .1. W. Smtlli, r.irgo, N.
1).; Mre. it. I,. Morse, Seattle; anil
Mrs. -George W. Klnne, Chicago.
J IllcyclPN, Kilo Department, Hie.
Mr. H. I,. Mnrso, Seattle; Mrs. II. St.
(i.ir, San rinurlsro; anil Miss Gcor
glna .liilner, Chliugo,
I Pu-u HIiIoih Mia. J. M. Dowbott,
Mrs. 1!. l. I,ow, mid Mr. Harry von
I Mih. Kinney nnil Mli.i Joiner mo
i.t the present tlmo visiting tho Vol
ui ihi, hut will rutin n tomorrow ninin
Iiir Dllccltir I'clrln Rut 111 totiih
with them ami secured, tlielr consent
Dr. Hong Goes To Buy
Machinery For His
111 H. T Kong, brother of the Rev".
Mr. Kong of thin elly, Ih ii through put
singer In tlio sttamshlp Korea. Dr.
Koiir, a civil engineer of tlu Chlnuso
Government, rocs to tho United Stntes,
uiul (uobably o Kurope, to iiircharo
mining machinery for tlio Chinese gov
ernment. The ost of' tho nrirhliiury
nnil mining appliances w-lll iitnouiit to
about ?3,0Hi!,(iiiil. ,
Kong Ih, a giailu.itc of one of the
colleges of the Hulled StateM Ho
passed through hero iiiinu mrs ago
on his wa to China, ami while there
he wax cniplojed by tho Chinese gov
ernment. This afternoon tho ilnctnr
wilt bo entertained by the local Chin
cho at u Clilueso restaurant on Smith
The ciimtiiltteo on tho street enrnl
Mil, to be liehl on Monday evening1 on
llin, iliiwn town HtreetK, has irei.ira
tliuiH .lliout (ompleleil foi' (ho ovenl
Vdilele liamee on thu niuaro boiituleil
Ii.' King Hotel. HIhIioii, nnO Kurt
streets will bo prohibited during the
uvinliig, except as to street cars uiul
iiutiuuoblleH of tlio two auto livery
statins witiiing tlifprescrlbed limits.
Many of the uierrhants aro iirotmr.
lug to decotato their phicos of IiiihI
lii'ss aii-l ii big anil Jolly tlmo la as
cured. Dancing later In, tho inenhig
ill tho Alexamler Voimg hotel, will
ptiibabl attrart ninny.
Cvnrrt Ootir.i fbrMm
MADE IN NnWYORld
SURE OFTHEIR PAY
House Passes Its First
Bill, Making Salary
THROUGH MORNING'S WORK
Kinney Has Freak Measure Prohibit
ing Open Sale of Fish and
Meat in Territorial
Third Day Morning Session
The House has passed Its llrsl hill.
Although this Is only tho third day
of tho session, this incnsuro has been
Introduced, rushed through first nnil
scioud reading, nnil finally passed on
third rending. And there was no de
balu or discussion. No opposition
whntoter was made to tho measure.
Tho icawin for this unusual occur-
rtneu Is that tho hill provides money
to pay tho Industrious legislators for
their strenuous work.
The morning tension was.n short
one, all the work In sight being lli
Ibhed at 10. '3., when an adjournment
was taken becauso there seemed to bo
nothing olso'to do. Tho morning was
itnovontful mid tlio proceedings tamo.
The first real, gcnulno freak measuro
ul tlio now session wnB Introduced
Mid slipped through without difficul
ty a resolution to prohibit tho sale
or meat and llsh openly In tho Terri
At tho beginning of Hie morning BOH'
kIoii, after thu reading of tho record,
tho Hic.iker took up thu tloveruor's
message and rcfoircd It, according to
topics, to tho committees having those
lespectlvo subjects In charge.
A eoniniunlcatlon from 11. P. Wood,
of thn Promotion Committor, oxtondlng
to tho members, tlielr whes and
fllends, mi Invllutlon to attend ihnxuf
blbltlon of It. K. Hotline's mining pic
tures next week was read, Kalolopii
at oneo wanted to know whether ad
mission would bo freo. Oneo before
tho legislators had been stung.
Under the head of new hills Kama
proponed a measure to raise thu pay
of road laborers In tho employ of tho
Territory to not less than ?2 a day
This Is the third hill of thu saiiio char
acter Introduced In tho House, and
ltlce raised this lnt and moved that
only ouo of them bo printed Tho bill
was referred to tho 1'rlullng Commit
tee, thn Hioukcr (minting nut that the
committee could uso some discretion
as to what bills should bo printed.
School Age 8 Years
Tho expected measuro to shut out
of tho public Achuols all children mid
cr tho ago of eight years was brought
befiuo thu House this morning In tho
shape, of a hill Introduced by Moanauli
to amend thu compulsory school law,
Section 212 or tho Itovlsed I.awu. Tho
bill, however, Is not radical us It sim
ply dins not render compulsory tho at
tendance of children at school until
(Continued on Page 4),'
Soon Be Ready
Owing to the great demand
for "Hawaiian Securities," a
pamphlet of full and valuable
information concerning every
firm and corporation listed on
the Stock Exchange, it has
been found necessary to print
n much larger edition.
The book will be ready in a
short time for free distribu
tion to all who will leave us
their names and addresses.
With ouo lirrnnl the members of
tho Ilnuin of leprcHpiitiitlea went on
1 1 cord this afternoon as supporting
tho President In his pacific policy to
ward Japnn, and deprecating the ac
tion of certain States or tho Union in
passing, or trjlng to pass, legislation
antagonistic to the people or Nippon,
The iraoliitloii, endorsing tlio Pres
ident's stand, was Introduced by Hep
rcM'litatlvc K A Douthitt In this aft
ernoon's session, und, though there
wan miiiid little dlseiisslon regarding
the exact wording or tho document,
there wns not a single ticgatho bal
lot when tho matter wia put to u
In his resolution Mr. Douthitt re
ferrcd to the ntnlcablo relations ?.uf' on ?n '; eeurcd rro-m tho
which luivo always existed between -'!""", n"'r", 0B1"m l"'1 l,Cf"r
,, - ... , .. ... . tho meniboni,of tho Scnato:
tho citizens or Hawaii mid tho Jap- -whereas, there Is now pending In
nnesoj lie cnlled ntlenlloii.to tho Im- and horore tho House or Iteuresentn
pnrtnnt place which tho Japanese oc- then of the United States. In the ex-
cupy In thq Held of Hawaiian Indus-
try, anil cxpicssed thn hope thai the ' me. rrucrai uongress, a mil
pleasant relations w'ould 'never beJ! anA ' Ulttn tmporlant partlc-Htr-ilned
Ulars the Organic Art-creating and
, , ., , ,, , ... providing a government for tlils Tcr-
Thougli tho resolution passed w Itn- rltnry f and
out nny opposition, It Is believed by "Whereas, said bill as so prepared
those In closo touch with current and Introduced In said House of Hcp
events, that tho Douthitt resolution resentntives proposes many changes
will stir up n strong sentiment do-
cldedly unfavorable to Hawaiian su
gar Interests among tho laboring peo
ple of tlio Pacific Coast.
I-Mltor i: von lug llulletln
Plcaso allow mo spaco In J our v ulii
able columns to uxplalu.thu situation
or many persons who ilcslru.l tu enter
thn parndu as conbojH A grearMiiaity Involvo the principle or a greater
liaui gone to the expense of having degreo or control thereof by the pco
thelr riding outfit oiled und polished I'le. through tho 1-eglslaturo of this
and also hava cuno llirouch u tot or Territory,
trouble to get nlco appearing h )!'.
for thu occasion, which Is In Itself an
attraction and part or tho parade 1U- tho I louse or Representatives concur
lligtulked tho mutter ovor with scora! ring, That tho Clerk of tho Benato
peopla concerning tho nrtlclo In ten "na the Clerk of the Hotiso of uop
mornlng paper, which It slated the resentatlves or theTerrltory ot Ha
dlsatmrotnl or tlio committee, cow- wall he, und they aro hereby In-
boy section, I beg to say, thosii pooplo
bus (Unapprised or tlielr iietluii has- me rrcsiuont oi mo aenaio and tlio
lug their opinions ns uncalled for, fipcakcr of tlio House of fleprcsonta
after advertising for same to enter tlves of the United States, and to tho
their names. It Is an Injustice lo (Continued on Page 4)
thoso that have had Intentions of tak-1 g " g5S
lag part lo thu parado mid iiiik h inoroi
to tho public, who would amircrlalo
seeing nlco looking niilmals.
I hope the commltteu will leiinisld
cr their action in this matter and al
low tho rowbojH to toko part
Thanking you In advance, I remain,
JOSi; J. DIAS.
Honolulu, rob. 19.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD Ott IRON BEDS,
JUST RECEIVED, . ,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
COELHO OBJECTS TO
CALLS FOR FLOODS OF
Stnntc Has Busy Session and Busi
ness Is. Jumped Through With
in Record Time Recess
Third Day Morning Session
The, first step toward opposing the
proposed amendments to tho Organic
Act was take'n In tho Konntc this
morning wheh Senator Coelho from
Maul Introduced tho following reso
lution, which, on motion, wan tabled
until a printed copy or the bill In
pectntlon if Its bring enacted Into
'" our "enrme pi lernioriai govern
ment that would be, if enacted Into
law. distasteful to the people or this
Territory adn subversive or tho prin
ciple or popular government and In
imical to the best Interests of our
Territory and subvorslvo or tho prln
administration and disposition or tho
public lands thereof, In regard to
which, In particular, tho amendments
proposed by said nlll aro designated
to withdraw from tho courts their
ptrscnt Military Jurisdiction over
controversies pertaining to said pub
lic lands, und to vest mi unusual and
arbitrary authority respecting thn
same In tho Governor or tho Territory
and the Commissioner of Public
1-cnih, neither or whom nro respon
sible o, or subject to control by, tho
people, or tho Legislature, of tho Ter
"whereas. It Is desirable that any
change In the public land laws should
"Thcrcroro be It Itosolveil, by tho
Henaio oi me Territory or Iiawntl,
structed, to Immediately telegraph to
THE BEST THAT MONEY
Island Fruit Co.,
72 8. KING.
Our Boys Are
to climate and hard runs. They nev
er give up when told to rush.
SERVICE. PHONE 381.
T0KI0, Japan, Feb". 10. The wenvcrs of Japan have resolved not to
participate in the Alaska-Yukon Exposition at Seattle on account of Uio
attitude of certnin elements on the Pacific Coast toward the Japanese peo
ple. Other trade organizations of Japcn continue with their preparations
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 10. President Roosevelt is preparing
to call a World's Conservation Congress to meet at The Hague next September.
RACE GAMBLING IS
SACRAMENTO. Calif.. Feb. 19.
bill which wipes out race-track gambling in California. The law takes
effect in sixty days.
SOFIA, Bulgaria, Feb. 10. Russia, France, and Great Britain have
recognized the independence of Bulgaria.
-z .. .
550,000. FOR SCIENCE
CITY OF MEXICO. Mexico, Feb. 19. The Mexican Academy of Sci
ence has offered $50,000, as a n.va.J for the discovery of a preventive
tor typhoid lever.
WASHINGTON. Keb VJ The bill
Jndgo In tho Federal Court of Hawaii
NAME OF SHIP WILL
IIL11UL1 Ull I 1111 I LHIl
Henceforth all wireless messages,
received from Bhlps nt sea, and cabled
lo tho mainland, will I boar a dato lino
giving the source whence thoy came.
I or some time J. A. Ilaleh, manager or
tho Wireless Telegraph Company, has
been trying to Induce tho Commercial
Pacific Cable Company to agree (
placing such wording at tho hoad of I
messages as shall show tho rercUer
hvw und where they were receUcd
Under tho oliT rule, a wlridesH ro
eclved from tho I.urliiie, mid cabled to
San Kranclsco, had only a Honolulu
date line. Thus tho pcrwyi receiving
the messago had no way of knowing
that It wns sent from sea by wireless,
unleim-lbo sender pa'd tor tho explan
This morning Dalch receUed a lei-
ter from J, D. dallies, superintendent
or tho Cublo Company, announcing
that henceforth nil messages received
will read llur' 'S'S "' """"'
Tho word "Iladlo" i-lgiillles that Iho
messago canio by wireless, Iho name
of tho ships shows where the sender
was, nnd Honolulu makes plain tlio
)ort through which the message was
sont. It Is believed thut this nrnitigo
ment will greatly facMltato hiislness
The attention or the shippers Is
railed to tlio fact that tho Manna Kea
freight will bo received tomorrow
(Saturday) shortly otter she arrives
rrom llllo. No freight will bo receiv
ed nn Mnmliiv H'nRliltir-lnii llli-lh
If you dress in white for the FLORAL
PARADE you will need a pair of our
White Canvas or
Our Stock is complete in Men's White
KILLED IN CALIFORNIA
Governor Gillett has signed the
carrying provlMnns for 111" Becomt
pasted Congress today
ELSIE SMITH DEAD
miu, ,:,80 Smltn, .laughter or lien.
r Smith or tho .ludlclar Depart-
runt, died this morning of typhoid
frcr Miss Smith was, up tu tho
Ulno f taklnt; III, stenographer In
lfl AUnrncy (jc,lora-H oince Shn
, ... .
w,s Ncr l'"l"ilr with eerjone. nnil
her midden death will bo qulto n
shock to thoso who know her.
GOT THE JOB
(Jeurgo K I.owc', Democrat, nnd
special Interpreter for I,. I,. McCain!
lets In his campaign against Dclegato
Kiihlo, wns this afternoon na'meil us
assistant secretary ot tho Senate. The
Republican candidate, Harry van (llo-l
iBcl)) Wils ,,, ,,,. tno votpgi ,,()WC
relative of Senator Drown of llllo.
who was his principal backer.
At .1 o'clock this afternoon the Sen'
ale went Into executive session to coni
Idtr the (iovurnor'H recess appoint
litems, Tho formality or adJournlUR
was giinu tliroiigli with, after wlilcl;
Preslilent W O Smith Imuicdlatelj
called thu luembeiH together iiriIii
sending oil spectators und nowFpjperj
men out or tho room. J
A bill to 'establish Iho Initiative
nnd referendum In Hawaii was Intro-j
timed by Representative ntrtudo tlillj
I lyjojSmKilUttMV m
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