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From San Francisco:
Alameda Feb. 26
For San Francisco:
Nippon .Mnrtt Mcli 'J
Mnana I'oli 10
Mnkurn Melt. 2
PROSPERITY is now a personal
micstion. The people arc now in Ho
nolulu who buy goods a,,Q lts t
them The alive-merchant advertises
in the BULLETIN and wins his
sha re of trade; the afraid-merchant
Prosperity Lies In the Merchant, His Ads in the Bulletin
doesnt And Loses I
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, IOOO.-JpXoES.
VOL. XI. NO. 4244.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Xl.U.lll.DUlL o;m SENATE CHAMBER
A. L. C. ATKINSON
Who has been named to succeed Brcckons os United Staes District At
torney for the Distiict of Hvan
A I. C. Atkinson Iuih been up
pointed Unltcil States District Allot -ne)
to succeed Hoboit W llreckons
'IIiIh Id the tuthstnuco of :i rnblo
message received today In Honolulu,
mill although up to noon Mr Ilreck
iiiih himself had not leeclvcd nil) lu
ftu million of the Kind, ho uiltnlttt Unit
it Is collect, lis tho message cnniu
ri oiii Ills oh ii Uiothei, Joe llrcckous,
In Washington (
Mr llreckons la men moic aston
ished at tho sudden turn of nff.ilrs
A man wants a shit t of the best-wearing quality; it is
not difficult to find one that will look well till it is laun
dered a few times.
Star. Wilson Bros., and
arc known to be the finest in quality of any shirt made. As
to their appearance, you may safely jadge of that yourself.
Come in and see them ; you'll want to get some, if you do.
than nnjbod) else and nobod) ap
peals oven to have ill earned of Atkln
miii lecclvlng the nppulntiiiiiit
"I h.tvo lieai d nothing vvhntcver
icgtirdlng the appointment of Mr.
AtUInton," Halil llreckons late this
morning, hut It Is undoubted!) col
lect, ns the (able iccelved comes
fioni mi biother, who Is In Wash
ington The lust word I had on tho
nutter fioni Washington mnio u few
dajs ago and stated that the matter
(Continued on Page 4)
Kalama Declines ToYote
On Eminent Domain
Seventh Day Morning Session
Senator Coelho paid Ills conipll-
ments to the Judiciary Department
for giving out the text of u commu
nication, Intended for the Senate, to
n morning paper before presenting it
to the legislators, when the commu
nication fioni tho Chief Justice wan
read In the Semite this morning.
Coelho insisted that insufficient re
spect wus being shown the Scrmtu
when a message, intended for, that
body, was made public through the
new spatters beforo It received Its foi
Tho matter came up Immediate!)
after the opening of the session this
mOrnlng, when the Clerk read a mcs.
sage from the Chief Justice, calling
attention to the fact thnt tho reports
asked for in Senate Itesolutlon No. 11
had been furnished In the offltlal re
port submitted to the Scnnto by him
"Unless I am mistaken, that Is the
exact message that nppcared In a
morning paper," said Coelho. "I in
sist that this bodv Is not being treat
ed with proper respect."
Ciellio then said that there vvni.
evident!) u general misunderstand
ing on tho part or the Chler Justice
elatlve to the Information which the
Sennte wanted, and that, to clarify
matters, ho would noon Introduce u
new resolution, (ouched In plainer
House Joint Itesolutlon No 1, rail
ing for the appointment of a special
commission, consisting of thriu
members, to examine and investigate
the wharves and docks of the Tcril
tory, ascertain tho wharfage fees be
ing charged, and leport on the feasi
bility of having the properties ac
quired by tho Tcnltoi), passed Its
Hi st leading,
Senator Coelho then Introduced a
petition from tho cinplc)cs of tho
leper settlement on Motoknl, asking
for Increase In pa and other Inci
dentals As tho communication was
written In Hawaiian, It was handed
to the Assistant Clerk for translation
befoie being submitted to the Senate
There was a llttlo parrying of
words when Senator Robinson Intro
duced a resolution calling for the In
corporation in the Appropriation Hill
of $14,106 for tho MnJulanl Hospital
on Maul, The Sonntor moved tho
adoption of his re-kolutlou Immediate
ly nfter It was read.
in an lnsuuu senator Knudsen was
on his feet. "I object to the violation
of our precedent, as moved by tho
Senntor from Maul," said ho. "Ho
would put us on record ns favoring
that appropriation above all otheru
(Continued on Page 6)
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.
At 9 a.m. I
Win 0 Irwin ft Co. I.til .
agents, nro In rmtiit of tho fnl
lowing wireless tin unities from
tho S S. Alameda
f Keb 23 "KlRlit p m All well
-f 900 miles from Honolulu 1200
tons carfco 02 iblu 21 stueinso
Hl 21 "Eight p in All well
G8 miles from Ilium mil Heart
will l,o off 1)1 undid lie id at 9
u in i riciuy
STAYTON 18 LET OFF
WITH SMALL FINE
OF ONLY $100
f John Stalou, wl.o ple-ded gull
f ty to the charge of opening Unit
ed States mall pissing through
his hands, whllo ho was a iiostof-
llco omployee, i,ot off with ti vor -f
f light sentence Judgo Dole this
morning sentenced him to pay u
4- Unci of $100 and cosIh l'rnnk -f
-f Thompson, his attorney, mairc it
verj strong plea for clemenc).
Twelvo hundred shares of V.wa plan
tatlon stock cbuiiKed hands on tho
I Stock i:xchnng this mornln, tho price
being (27 DO Tills Is one of tho larg
est transactions In this stock that has
In en reported for some time
cm mnvnirnn ni- t. u n dissenting vote liven tho subdued
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 24. Ku..,,10 0(1(, .., ..
J?cAR-: . deK5entrif1URal,U3-- o "HI ". amending Act 108 of
73Z5 cents, or ?74 G5 per ton. Pre- t, session Laws of 1907, passed third
vious quotation, 3.60 cents, not3.- leading This morely changes the tlmj
715, as originally cabled. of tho Maul Supervisor' meeting. Im-
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10$. 2 l-4d. pressed by tho gruvlty of the question
Parity, 4.15 cents. Previous quote- ut issuo Affonso at first voted Kiinulu,
tion, IPs. 3-4d. but flnallj mado up his mind to make
, , ... . .. tho es vote unaiiimoiis.
Owing to tho absence of Hugh Mc Carlcy ma,,0 lu ,,, ()f M)
intvro. IX-mocratlc Jury Cominlssloner no nBnmt , miMUro ..i,,,,,,,,.,, ,,
of tho Uderal Court. Judge Bole thin,. . .,,., .,, , ttnQ . ,,.
morning declared tho isislllon vacant,
nttil niitinitif t il li.ivlil Tift.lfin In fill II
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. mv imjuiii wuh bwurn m.
NEXT FRUIT BOAT TO COAST.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15,
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH ORADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp fc Co.,
1 ' 185 KING ST.
TWO BILLS PASSED
FINALLY BY HOUSE
Routine Work Occupies
Entire Attention of
Seventh Day Morning Session.
I Tho final passage of two bills, tho
' one making an appropriation of IJu.flUO
lor a visit of Coiigiessmtti, and tho
measure appropriating tZSuOO for Hn
wall's exhibit at the Seittlo Hxposl
tlou; the liilinductjou of n bill ptovld-
luir ft r-finrl fur tint tir.tiwwi tl Itiululnt Ion
, Ulm mtM. 10 wacr , , ,,,
counties; and the usual lesolutlons to
scnd money for various schools, Jails,
etc, wonted by tho constituents of the
,,, nlumbirHi 10 nrilt rLai11K f
three Senuto bills mid the second read
lug tho tho same number of llousu
lllls, this constituted the work of the.
House this morning
It was nil routine In character mid
devoid of nil thing approaching sensa
tlnuallsm Theru was not oven u do
bate to enliven proceedings, Tho
House simply worked, that was nil.
Knnlhos frame of mind Is causing
wonderment and some anxiety thin
sc hid cm Two )onrs ngo, and ut all
pioviuus bissious oi mo i.e-Kisiaiure.
ho was on his feet most of the, time.
taxing toii.li) ami vom my on over)
""'. "' r V V ' '"'u,,"7cept that he wish!" to devote lus attention to priva- piactisc
l. It,, ur.i.iilf,,,.,,! tiluilni, 1.. tl,,. ,,,1-1 - .
lerlcs, making tho walls rock with
the force and violence of his eloquence
Hut it Is a very subdued Kanllio who
sits in the House this session llnro
ly docs ho havo nn thing to say, nurt
when he does, it Is said briefly mid
without violence. And ho has voted
jes on nlmust every matter that ban
been put to vote, whereas beforo when
In doubt, mid nearly nil the rest or
tho time, ho ubccI to vote "aole" "Ik
ho n different Kanllio, or Is lie merely
biding bis tlmo7" is tho question anx
ious members nrn asking themselves
and ouo auotbe
Entertainment Bill Past::.
Tho measuro appropriating $20,00(
to pay tho expenses of a Congressional
visit came up for third reading Thin
Is House 11111 12 Castro mo veil that
tho bill pass, and the roll was called
Tho bill passed tho House without 'i
Inlll(le,, momcnt mu, ,10 nill(ei, caxo ,
riinnuo hn intii tn
i - .-. ...
Exposition Bill Paste..
House Dill 11, appropriating $2.r,,000
for Ilavvall'B exhibit at tho Alaska- Yu
kon I'nclflc Exposition, was taken up
on third reading and passed unani
mously County Water Works.
Tho Governor In u special message
has recommended that tho water
works bo turned over to tho counties.
(Contlnuedorl Pago 6)
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SERVICE. PHONE 361,
II MO IU HOftLU
FORMER U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY R W BRECK0NS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 25. Pris dent Rocseclt today nominat
ed A. L. C. Atkinson as United Stat s District Attorney of Hawaii in
place of Robt. W. Bretkons, resign J.
Breckons' administration lms been under investigation, charges hav-'
inp been made that, nmonw other thin'i nrt to Is ccmmemlcd. lie defend-
ed ,, , tno xcmtonal courts vh
The Department of Justice stats
ons rot ,e-,nMten and 1 Bave
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 25.
viding r. su' sidy for mail steamship
ON SHIP SUBSIDY
has been fr oiably reporter) to the House.
Navy Vara Boatd
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 20.
sion has been appointed to considei
country for strategic purposes, and the
Jlantly in readiness for war.
VALPARAISO, Chile, Feb. 25. The Chilean Government will con
struct a wireless telegraph tower in the Straits of Magellan to provide
communication with this port
PEKIN, China. Feb. 25. The
sent a letter to President-elect Taft,
This shoe is unusually well
adapted to wet weather.
Made of a fine elour calf,
which sheds the water and at
the same time takes a high
What we say is so, is so.
lc rcjcnl Attorney.
tbat tl' res-Tiation o" I'r Bie:k-
no special rnsors for rcaiRniiiB ex-
The ocean mail subsidy bill pro
lines of the Pacific and Atlantic
A joint Army and Navy Commis
the navy yards required by the
maintenance of a naval fleet con-
Hcecncv of the Chinese Emnire tias
cxphiiiing its attitude on utal
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