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From San Francisco: .IS
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 BULLETIN and wins his
sha re of trade; the afraid-merchant
doesn't And Loses '
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For San Francisco:
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Prosperity Lies In the Merchant, and His Ads in the Bulletin
Mrt"--: " 2i 3:30 EDITION
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JErR UARY 26, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. XI. HO. 4245,
ROOSEVELT ROASTS SEN. PERKINS
WASHINGTON', 1). C, 1'eb. 1 S r
lietnuse the bids fur tliu Pearl liar-
Imr iliy dock aro considerably In cx -
c8s of tlio sum Congreja nuthorUcd
for that structure 12,000,000 ItlMns hail declined to do nn thing, tho
teems likely that nothing can be , President allowed linger anil denounc
ilono In the way of building It for uicd Petklns In heated terms.
car at leant. The I'liclllc Construe- Those present declared that lis lu
tlon Conip.uiy of Ban l'rancUco, cum- quired of Congressman Hajea, who
posed of C. I McCarthy and Ileal), 'was present, wh) lie touldn't make n
of llealy and Tlbblru, la the lowest1 man of PerkliiB. and that ho raised
bidder, but Its'bld Ik in tho iicIrIi-! his 'volte and wild that ho wished
borhuod of 12.500,000. Thin Is fur
u "fto-foot dock. The Secretary of
the Navy would llko to hno tho
dock lengthened to 1 ISO feet, as that
would bo biff enough to take In two
ships nt one time, but tho cost would
bo luci eased to S3, 000,000, and Coli
KiesH baa not authorized that ex
In order to get something done If
possible, Delegate Kalunlanaolo nud'ilaicd that they wero embarrassed,
bin seirctary, Ocorgo 1. McClollan, I Perkins Is much affected by the Pros
of Hawaii, tailed on tho President to litem's attitude toward Sim. He
put the cuso bufoio lilm Then Weie ' went homo from tho Senate quite. 111,
about twenty persons in tho recep- and his friends fear for his health.
TRUE BILL AGAINST
Culminates l.n 'An
Tho row among the Japanese, oc
casioned by tho hlgher-wago piopn
ganda, whiLh has been tho cause of
llerco and vulgar epithets both spok
en and printed, and of threats nana
too closely etled, against the llfo of
Kdltor Slieba of tho Shiupo nnd the
lift of tho editor of tho Clnonltle, has
lesulted In an Indictment being re
turned this morning by tho Grand
.liny. The Indictment was placed
on tho secret lllo until the wairant
Issued by Judge Do holt should bo re
turned seived, but It la learned from
another hOi.xo that It Is against Sngn,
A man wants a shirt of the best-wearing quality; it is
not difficult to And one that will look well fill it is laun
dered a few times.
Star. Wilson Bros., and
aic 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.
. tliui room mill the Vculilent asked
why tlio mnttei win ntit piesentcd lo
'Seiiatms I'lliit and Perkins mid
i when Knlnulnnnole replied thnt Per-
Perkins hud a grain of manhood hi
him, not thnt he expected him to bo
a man, but that he wished ho could
jhow a spark of real manhood. A.
I,. Show, professor of history at
Stanford, was one of thoso present,
nnd he, with others, was greatly sur-
prlred Neither Hayes, Kalanlana
olo nil McClt-llan would statu what
Mie Preildent had said, but they de-
editor of tho JIJI. Ho Is Indicted
under the charge of being a dis
orderly perton. Soga In his paper
made statements to the effect that It
would bo better If Sheba, whom ho
tailed a pig, dog, and a few other
pleabant names, wero removed from
this terrestrial sphere of activity.
Tin eats along a Bomewhnt slmilur
lino were made against two members
of the Sugar Planteis' Association.
IA number of other Indictments
weie relumed b) tho (Srnnd Juiy.
Joseph V Oilier Is charged with
larceny Threw Indictments hae
been found against nmanioto, chars
lug him with bribery Ono Indict
ment Is lo tako the placo of ono re
turned home time, ngo and against
whlih a demuircr was sustained.
toshitaia Abp, tho Japanese
hi ought back from Manchuria by
Chester Do)lo, It Indicted for forgci).
SAN f RANCISC0, Calif., Feb. 25.
SUGAR: 96 degree centrifugals 3.73
cents or $74,00 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.7325 cents.
JTJC-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
ITHUNDER ROLLS AND
Terrible Storm, Long
Eiehth Day Morning Sesiion
It catnn nt last. Tho Btorm that ev
ery body felt was about duo broke over
tho House of Itcprcseiitnllves thU
morning tmd raged with deafening
crashes of oratorical thunder nnd
blinding Hashes of sircastlc lightning.
It was accompanied with fierce gusts
of hot air, llko u sltocco direct from
tho desert of Sahara.
Tho Speaker tried valiantly several
times to laco tho blast, but as well ex
P-ct u feather to lly In tho teeth of a
North Dakota blizzard. In tho end
ho was obliged to b',w his head, turn
his back and wnltw Ith what patience
ho could until tho tempest waB past.
Hlco innocently stnrted tho row,
then snt back In his Chair and stared
in dismay nt what ho had done. He
made tho mlstako if expressing his
dlsapproial of ono of Sheldon's bills,
and tho statesman from tho banks of
tho Wnlmea promptly foil uion his
colleague w Ith horse, foot and cavalry
If .ono ma) bo iilloved to mix a fow
metaphors and demolished him.
And tho Sago of Kohala, who for
tho past six da)s had sat quietly In
hia scat brooding oer weighty affairs
of state or, perhaps, llko Ajcemem
tiou, sulking In his tent emerged from
his cuipr of resenu and fell upon
Paris Hire and proceeded to diag him
at tho chariot's tall
It was awful. Douthltt, too, arosu to
take a hand in tin iffalr and snatch
a fow tufts of hair from tho heads of
those who opposLil Sheldon's bill
Coney wus a valiant an lor In tho
front rank and was i.cll supported by
borne of tho other members.
Tho question lit Issue was whether
or not n lawyer is worthy of his hire.
The House decided, after a tempestu
ous morning that he is certainly win in
all ho can get
Counsel for the Poor.
It was Sheldon's bill, No. 20, pro
Wiling for tho assignment of counsel
for tho defense of poor persons ac
cused of felony, the fee to bo paid by
tho Court, that slurRd It all, when tho
bill was taken up mi third reading.
Hlco opposed tho passage of tho bill,
bajlng that while it Is undoubtedly a
hardship for lawyers to bo assigned
to defend men who cannot pay, with
out gutting any compensation, )ct tt
would bo Imposing too great u burden
on tho Tcriltory to pay for both tho
prosecution and tho expense.
Sheldon did not, think this was so,
as It would bo discretionary with tho
judge as to what fee, if any, should
he paid tho defending attorney. Ho
defended his bill by ttating that whon
Governor Krear was Chief Justice ho
recommended the enactment of such
At last Kanlho woko up He moved
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Owing to the expense ot
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.
923 FORT STREET
AFTER SEN. PERKINS'
"Whereas, the films rcprc-
sentlng Hawaiian eating pol,
8 shown to Invited guests nt nn
exhibition by Mr Hotline In tho
root gnrden of Young Hotel lust
evening,' aic latlintures on the
manners and customs obtaining
among tho Hawaiian people;
"Whereon, the public exhlbl-
Hon of such films as represent-
t- lug the customary method of
Hawallans eating their national
f foods would be a gross libel on
and Insult to tho Hawaiian rare,
now, therefore, be It
"ltcsolved, by the Legislature
of tho Terrltor) or Haw-all,
That wt unanimously request
Mr. lioillno to desist from fur-
ther exhibition of the Minis
herein referred to, either hole
or elsewhere, und that he Is J
hereby requested to destroy the
said films forthwith."
The abovo resolution wns Intro- settlement on Molokal, which was
dined this afternoon by Mke one hnnded to the Assistant Clerk for
of the guests nt It. K. Honlnt exhl- translation, be referred to the Com
bltlon last night. Tho nims In ques- mittce on Public Health. There he
tlon hno been Bhown hero kcicrnl InB "o opposition, the petition was
times before iind copies are now scat; referred,
tered all over tho United Stntes. $1600. For Sewer
"I thought It was very poor tucte Senator llaney then presented his
last night when those plctuies wero resolution calling for tho approprlu
shown," said Illce. "ridiculing a pait ""U of $1600 to build a sewer In Pu-
of us when thore were tourists and
others present Those are not the
kind of pictures we want shown. I
moe tho rcsoluMon be adopted."
CitBtro could see no reason wh) tho bo nB to UH"W' 'ho Chief Justlco to
lesolutlon should be n Joint roaolu- appoint a Circuit Judge of the Plrst
Hon Circuit to servo as Judge of tho Court
Like said that his Idea in mnklng ot -an(I Heglstratlon, nnd denning
It a Joint resolution was to mnko It it "o Jurisdiction of such Judges, pusa
law. bo as to prohibit the allowing ctl "lrd reading by uunnlmous ote
of any such' pictures In the future, ' "e Senators present. Chllllng
elther here or In foreign parts. up- worth, and Kalrchlld wero absent,
parently hnvlng the notion that the 'uso Resolution No. 2, calling
wishes of the honorable legislator for 'ho appointment by the Governor
are as effective as the laws of Hip f n commission of three to Invesll
Medea and tho Persians. "o fruit-growing Industry In
Hlco moved to make tho resolution "' Ulands, nnd to examine Into nil
concurrent, so that It would not bale matters connected with tho handling
to pass through three reading!. antl mnrkctlng of fruit rrops, passed
Kanlho saw tho point. He want- ' "Ird reading unanimously.
ed to know whether the adoption of
tho lesolutlon would have the effect
of prohibiting tho exhibition ot such
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NEXT FRUIT BOAT TO COAST.
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.
Substitute Measure Is
Eighth Day - Moraine Session I
Senate j III No, 2, pionlbltlng tho
employment of married women as
teachers In tho public schools of the
Territory, was successfully hlde-truik
'id this morning. When Scnutor Hob- i
Inson, chairman of the Committee
on Kitucntlon, mude his report he ol
foied n substitute bill In the place
of the one handed his lommlttee for
The substitute bill provides for the
representation of the outside Islands
On the on rd of I'ducatlon. but cure
fully Ignores all reference to mar
ried teachers, in his verbal report,
the Senator explained that the diffi
culty concerning which legislation
was being undertaken, would right
Itself Just us soon us there wero suffi
cient graduates from the Normal
School to 1111 the positions In the
The report of the Committee on
Kducatlon wan accepted, Senate Hill
No. 2 was tabled, and the substitute
passed Its first reading by title uild
was lefeired to the Committee on
When the roadlng of tho inlnitte
had been completed tills morning,
Senator L'oelho moved that his peti
tion from the employes of the leper
'"ma. Tho icsclutlon went to the
Way and Mean. Comm.ttce.
Senate Hill No. 41, which amends
'he laws relating to land registration
House Hill No. 11, appropriating
125,000 toward defraying tho cost ot
.Hawaii's exhibit at the Alaska-Yukon
I Exposition, passed Its second read
ling. House Hill No. 12, appropriating
120,000 to pay tho expenses ot such
members of Congress, or other distin
guished persons as shall vlsti Hawaii,
us the guests of the Territory during
tho year, passed its second reading.
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After You Have
other means of rapid delivery, take
a shy at our service; it's good.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW YORK, N. Y Feb. 20 President-elect Taft in an interview
given here today declares that a levision of the tariff is a primary rcqu-
jlte for the relief of business conditions. He exnresscd the hone that
the special session of Congress to be called for March 15 will completo
its labors on tariff revision durinir, the month of June
00VERN0R FREAR, Honolulu:
Bill for additional judge passed
This Is the text of a lablegiam mehed this morning li tin ( n
ernor from the Dclegntu to emigres . 'I he llu.il pn-uge of the bill opetii
up u Held fur conjecture as to the In I .. mm hu will git the plum The
three men who most loglinll) appeal to he li Hue fur the Judgeship mid.
who are most prominently mentioned
er, Judge' Antonio l'err, and A
doubtedly uppcar when the fntnen of
BAKERSFIELD, Calif., Feb. 20.
of this place, and her four children,
home. Murder is suspected.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb.
of Ooodall, Perkins & Co., died today of a-onlcxy. Mr. Ooodall has been
one of the business leaders of the West feast.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 20.
that naval vessels be sent to Amapala to watch the military activity 6l
Tho Hawaiian Development Com I
pan)' this morning g,io notice of fore
closure on tho properties, concessions!
and Icasos of tho Hawaiian Muhogaii)
& l.mnbor Compaii) uud announce I
that, on Match 27 tho holdings of tin '
This shoe is unusually well
adapted to wet weather.
Made of a fine velour calf,
which sheds the water and at
the same time takes a high
What we say is so, is" so.
I III I ills i
m wm BUB "7
fin 1 onf?
1111 3 fPtth nH
Salary six thousand.
In thai (iniueetliin mo Judge Coop
Lewis Othei r.iudldi'.lt-s will un
the plun Is learned of
Mrs. Beckman, a wealthy widow
were burned to death today in their
2S. - Edwin Ooodall. head of the firm
The Stite Department ha3 nsked
comp.iu) w'll be dlsposi I of at tuv
Ono of the assets of the Ilnw .illutt
Mahugntii l.iimboi Conipaii) Is a com)
tt net to suppl) Hie S.iutu IV llallroutf!
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CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEt STS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
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