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From San Francisco:
PROSPERITY is now a personal
question. The people arc now in Ho
nolulu who buy poods and lots of
them. The alive-merchant advertises
in the B U L L E T I N and wins his
sha re of trade ; the afraid-merchant
do:sn't And Loses!
Alaincilu lcli. 2G
For San Francisco: I
Nippon Muni Mcli. -
From Vancouver :
Montiu Feb. 19
Makuru Mrh. 2
A BULLETIN WANT AD will do it Easily, Quickly and Cheaply
VOL. XI. NO. 4243.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII ( WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1909. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
JURY SECURED TO TRY ATCHERLEY
l ' . , T
SAYS of HAWAII
HIS REPORT TO SECY OF INTERIOR
Tim Hawaiian Islands urn npnil of the ttnllod States form
In (, Hit) Territory (if Hawaii. Though hiiiiiII In urea the Terri
tory from IIh locution Iiuh a peculiar Importune n In dm National
welfare anil defence. It Ih ngilci'lturnl anil now ilcvotcil prac
tically tn oiin industry sugar.
The pioipcrlly of tlio sugar InilUKtry, nml lieiico of tliu
Territory, rests on tlio unstable basis of a l-'edcr.-il protective
tariff and a migratory alien labor class composed mainly of
Tlicio Ik a conspicuous lack of tlio body of citizenship
which haH made possible the existence of thn Anierlenn com
monwealth, namely: the "plain people," propetty owners of
moderate menus, with thrift, energy, ami high civic Ideals.
The climatic conditions nml natural icsoiirrcs am highly
favorable to the Invi c-iiho of dlvorslllcd agriculture ami to the
building up of a chits of Independent small farms needed for
natural grow lb nml defense.
The ni Uncial conditions those, of human control nwlnl
ami otherwise, mnli as arrive from the presence of a preponder
ance of Orientals, are not now favorable to tlio success of this
It Is possible hy wiser iibo of naturnl lo'ources ami broad
er statesmanship to remove many obstacles ami to stlmulato the
liiciease of property-owning eltlzci.s.
This is being done. In part by the Territorial (iovcrnincnt
utilizing Its public lands as far ns practicable for homesteads,
hut, being done In a small way, It Is not bringing to the Tor
i Itin y the ilasa of citizens who arc bulbllng up other Tcrrllo
lles, -The lcelanlntlim of( conslileinble ureas of public land by
the i-'edcrul (iovernnient, a Is done elsewhere under the. terms
of the Act of Juno 17, 11(02, would attract this class of small
farmers ami stimulate diversified agricultural Industries an no
other Known .agency could.
This Is the summary of tlio report
made by Reclamation Director New
ill In his leport to the Secretins- of
the Ipleilor on Ills tour of Hawaii,
(iou'ruor Kicnr leiolved this ro
port In a recent mall and Iiiih spent
his Spain time perusing II. Today It
waa gven out to the press. It Is il
Miluinlnous document of over ninety
typewritten pages and deals with
Hawaii's pioblemu In detail.
Under the topic "Is Hotncmaklng
I'rai IIiiiIiIk?" Mr. Newell sas:
Is IL practicable III face of ellstlng
lomlltioiiH of laud ownership, of
i haracter of population, ami of labor
to greatly Increase tint number of
mimII Independent farmers, men who
i an ami will maintain n relatively
high standard of living? Can tlio
pioneer wlilto farmer get n foothold
on tlio Islands where, good ngrlcnl
tin al land now rents each year at
prices fioni S3 to $50 per neio? Will
lie biing his family to n community
composed hugely of Asiatics or the
A man wants n shirt of the best-wenring quality; it is
not difficult to And one that will look well till it is laun
dered a few times.
Star. Wilson Bros., and
nro known to be the finest in' quality of any shirt made. As
to their appearance, you may safely judge of that yourself.
Come in and see them; you'll want to get some, if you do.
The Kash Co., Ltd.
1 CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STS.
poorer grades of Latin races? Will
ho bo content to labor In his Held
when most men of his tarn now act
as overrcers or employers and whom
(Holies or peasants arn hired for nil
manual work? Will he, on gaining
full title to his homestead, sell or
lease to an Oriental, or ho gradually
crowded out, as has been tlio wlilto
mechanic, and shopkeeper? It Is ev
ident that unless ho can obtain a
foothold anil will bo able to main
tain tlio standard of living ami the
ao-lnl ami civic Ideals of tlio repub-
, lie, there Is little to ho gained by
'attempts to meiely Increase popula
j There Is little or nothing in tlio
'climate to prevent attaining In tlio
Islands mi gteal or even greater sue
. icsh In small farming as that reach
led on the mainland. Tlicio aio liot
' ter pilrts of California and moro oner-
vatlng conditions In various parts of
tlio nowly settled West. There nro
(Continued on Page 2)
IS ORATORY DEAD
Disciples of Demosthenes
In Lower House Are
WORK, WORK WORK IS ONLY
FEATURE OF SESSION
Bills To Create Lunacy Commission
and Provide for Water Meter
HOUSE 'OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Sixth Day Morning Session
Never In the history of lawmaking
in the Territory of llawnll litis Ilia
House of Representatives been so do
void of sensational features as Is the
House of tlio Fifth Legislature. It
Is work, work, work, from tlio tlm.i
thn gavel of the Speaker falls at 0
o'clock In the morning until adjourn
ment for tlio day is taken in tlio nft
urnoon and even after that the com
inltlces nro busy trying to digest tlio
flood of hills nml resolutions that lias
I'arnlysls of tlio lingual muscles
appears to havo struck tlio orators of
tho House. Those disciples of Demos
thenes who nt previous sessions hnvo
lulled tlio roof and mailo tho girders
wrllho wllh tho volume, of their eln
ouenrc, are tnnguo-tled nml silent.
Kvon tho ordinarily voluble Cannon
ball of Koliala stls quietly In tils
plaro and dams with his teeth tlio
Hood of words that was wont lieforo
to pour from his lips. Affonso rises
frequently, hut without eloquence,
hut all ho does Is (o offer a resolution
for tho appropriation of money for
a road or a school houso or Jail for
for South Hllo district. Douthllt,
the oralor of tho campaign, has niado
no speech that lasted longer thnn
five minutes, Kalclopu's hursts of
eloquence are brief und Infrequent.
Oratory Is dead or Is It only sleep
ing? Tho morning session of tho Houso
today was shorter than usual, ending
nt in: 20, hut tho amount of work
liuus.icted wns sufficient for n wholo
day of provlous Legislatures, Tho
Hood of hills and resolutions that lias
characterized all tho early part of
this session Is unabated. No dila
tory tactics aro Indulged In; every
thing Is business and rush.
Somewhat of a stir was caused
when It wns whispered around that
tlio Secretary of tho Territory hnd
received a cahlo from tho Treasury
Department at Washington inform
ing him that $20,000 of tlio Federal
appropriation for tho expenses of tlio
session had been placed to his order
in ono of tho locnl banks. Within
fifteen minutes after tho Houso ad
journed not ono of tho pink slips
drawn lo thn order of tho members
(Continued on Pace 0)
Owing to the expense of
getting out our pamphlet of
information about Hawaiian
business firms, "HAWAIIAN
SECURITIES," the distribu
tion will be limited to those
making application for same.
Those who wish copies sent
to them should leave their
names and addresses at once.
B23 FORT STREET
litfuififrftHiit in'. 7-hiWi ' '
Chaa. !. I.iiilwlgBcn, It. W.
4 Cnthcnrt. A. C. Soiun, M. 8. Ham-
4 man, Cluis. Phillips, C. O. Ilottel, 4
4 Henry Kaumona, J no. Mitchell, 4
f Chns, K. Spencer, Jj (Inlhrallli und 4
J. l.oulvollu will try
4 erly. 4
.1. (i.ilbrallb was tills morning select
ed to complete thn Jury In the Atelier
ley insanity ense, and tlio final obstacle
In tlio way of thn trial was removed.
IMwIn Fernandez, whoro natuu ap
peared on tlio venire, was excused be
cause his presencu was needed In the
legislative halls. As soon as tho tally
had been completed, the fifteen or
moi'u extra veniremen called wero ex
Judge Lindsay was on tlio bench and
Attorney Mnguon appeared lor Atch
erioy, County Attorney Ciilheait pros
Most of the Jurymen acknowledged
having henrd of th Atchenoy easo nnd J
some oi mem nan lornieu impressions
as to tho sanity or Insanity of the
doctor. Howover they all declared j
that they could, nnd would give u ver
dict in accordance Willi tho evidence.
Dr. Atcherley, In au Interview lieforo
the case started said 'lint nllhouch he
hnd been residing in tils own home, ho
hnd been In custody, n guard being sta
tioned outside Ills dwelling. "Still,"
ho remaiked, "I have boon attending
to my pntlents dally nt my rooms, and
my practice tins not fallen nwny
Until Atcherley nnd his wife feci con
fident of an acquittal.
As soon as the Jury was sworn In
IheCourt adjourned till 1 30 p. m.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 23.
SUOAR: DS-degrec Centrifugals. 3.
715 cents, or $74.30 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.61 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis. 10s. 3-4d.
Parity, 4.12 cents. Previous quota -
The freighter Columbian of tho
American Hawaiian lino Is duo to ar
rive hero from Seattle nud Taeoina
next Saturday Tlio A rl ion an Is duo
Monday morning, March 1, fioni Han
Francisco Sho may, howover, gut In
Sunday nflernoon. If tho weather Is
favorable. Tho Pleiades will leavo for
Sail Francisco Saturday, tlio 27th.
i S.S. Lurline
NEXT FRUIT BOAT TO XJOAST.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
j.;tdu'mM.j...aiL.Lt. ,. .
MANY WANT CHUNKS
OF PUBLIC MONEY
Are Asked For By
JH4NY BILLS PASS
TO FINAL READING
Scimto Session Is Dull But For Mod
est Demands of Legislators
Sixth Day Morning Station.
1 Three hundred and forty-two thou
sand five hundred nnd nineteen dollars
wns thu sum total of the appropriations
.asked for In resolution Introduced In
tho Senate this morning. Everything
jlroni plpo lines to school houses was
Included in tho requests.
Senator Itohluson started the ball
Tolling, vtheu he introduced a resolu
tion calling for the Incorporating Into
tlio appropriation or loan hill of thu
sum of $100,000 for llio construction of
the Kula pipe lino on tho Island of
Maul. The resolution was referred lo
the Committee on Public I-und.
Itoblnson then Introduced nnolher
resolution calling for J 10.000 for water
-works nt Knhulul. This rcrolutlon
wont the way of Itn predecessor.
1 Would Extend Street.
Ilnrvoy asked for $15,000 ttrcxtchd
f School street, ns far as Kamehameha
IV road. Ills resolution went to tlio
Committee on Public Lauds.
A plpo lino for Knllhl, to supply thu
residents of tho Kalulnnl District with
water was also asked for hy Senator
Harvey. Klght thousand flvo hundred
und ninety dollars was tlio sum called
for In tho resolution.
Coelho wanted to resolve 120,000 out
of llio trensu.y ic the construction of
n plpo line In thu faun 'ii l'slu dis
trict of Maul. Tho Public Lands Com
mltteo will hnvo a chanco to consider
Courthoute at Lahalna.
Coelho then Introduced another reso
lution, calling for tho appropriation
of $25,000 for tho building of a court-
house, at Lahalna
Smith suggosted that thu resolution bo
tcferrud to tho Judiciary Committee
which is considering tho bill calling
for a session of tho Circuit Court at
Lahalna. Coelho objected, stating
that tho fato of that bill could hava no
bearing on his resolution, and that the
court house was needed Tho resolu
tion wenuto tho Public Lands Com
mittee. School for Hawaii.
Senator Brown Introduced n resolu
tion, sotting forth that tho school nc
commodatlons on tho Island of Ha
waii aro wholly Inadequate, and asking
that tho sum of $91,315 bo appropriated
to construct now buildings, Tho larg
est single Item In his resolution was
$60,000 for thn erection of a school
houso at North Hllo. Tho resolution
was referred to the Committee) on
Senator Ilaker asked for $22,000 for
(Continued on Page 0)
After You Have
other means of rapid delivery, take
a shy at our servic; it's good.
I territorial messenger
service. phone 3ei.
WASHIN0T0N. D. C. Feb. 24.
inaugural address of President-eleoi
mi i .i.p
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb, 24.
day rejected the appropriation item
WASHINGTON. D, C. Feb. 24. Conirrcssmnn MeLnehlnn introduc
ed a bill today providing for a line
.Panama and Coast ports.
NEW YORK, N. Y., Feb. 24.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Feb. 24,
J. , .1 .-J rr.
iii were rcai-ucu louay, nicy were
MEMPHIS, Tcnn.. Feb. 24. A
the Southwest. Many lives have
HETCHHETCHY TEMPORARILY DEFEATED
WAKUiNriTdfj n n tvi, oa
rights for San Francisco will go over
m m afc
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Feb.
for the trial of Patrick Calhoun subject to r,:rcnptory challenges,
THEME OF MESSAGE
Sixth Day Afternoon Seeslon.
Tho reading of the (lovernor's incs
sago relative lo appropriations, oceii
pled tho attention of llio Senate In thu
Tlio estimates aggregate n,'.'IS,'::i;.
which Ib $83,082.15 less than the estl
mated avallablo revenue. The f!ov-
ernor urges that tho estimates b" re
iluced rnthcr than Increased, unless
If you dress in white for the FLORAL
PARADE you will need a pair oF our
White Canvas or
Our StocK is complete iri Wen's White
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd;
President Roosevelt hns read the
Tnft and given it his approval.
The House of Representatives to
for raising the salary of the Presi
of Government steamships between
Refined sugar advanced ten points i$
Tho men entombed vestcrdnv bv nWc '
,... ,.. ,..: .. ,. .M, .,-.. I.. "-S
ktpi Hiive, uy au nirpipe mi uug oui.
damncinir storm is swecnintr throuch
Ain .. ti, tr.ii,i,.ii,.. ,....
till the next session of Congress.
24. Twelve Jurors have been secured
tin rev nues also be Increased.
ViiH'iig other things, tho Governor
leeoniinends Hint the county Jails bo
placed under the supervision of the
various counties, wllh tho exception of
tho Oahu prison, which, he believes,
should remain n Territorial Institu
tion. (iovernor Krear sent n message to
tlio Senate w herein ho recommended
thai an appropriation of $5000 bo made
for the reel Ion of n bulbllng to houso
thu proposed lepiosy laboratory.
Three hundred and forty flvo
shares of Oahu Sugar Company's
stock changed hands nt $20.75 this
4 morning. Another lot of 15 shares -
sold nt $29.H7'4. -f
Kwu slock was also nclhc. 202 -
shares being Mild at $27.60. lo-
noliilu Itupld Tranrlt & l.-iml Co.
lis sold nt $I03, a block of $1000 4
changing hands. -