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From 8am Pranoiseo:
Alamtd rb. 26
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Nippon Mam Mcu. 2
' Moana Feb, 19
Makuia Mch. 2
VOL. XI. HO. 4246.
HALF OF NAVAL FLEET FOR PACIFIC WATE
SENATE WANTS GOVERNOR TO EXPLAIN
WHAT ARE PLANS
Will Rawlins Stay And
What About New
With the appointment of A. I C.
Atkinson ub United States District
Attorney there will be lots of open
ings anil places to All, for the once
genial Jack and now dignified Dis
trict Attorney Intimates that he will
resign from othor public and political
Hut before the positions from
which Mr. Atkinson will resign aro
filled the problem of the hour Is
whom he will appoint as his assist
ant In the District Attorney's, office.
Atkinson sa)s he has not given tho
matter the slightest thought. Others
have. There seems to bo no particu
lar reason why the present lncum
bent, Mr. 'Rawlins, will not remain,
but no ono knows whether he expects
to continue In office, and Atkinson
refuses to appoint nnyone until he Is
Among others than Ilawllns who
have been suggested aro A. M. Drown
and A. S. Humphreys, tho latter be
ing of particular value If the Trust
cades, that have been slumbering for
to long, are brought Into the open
Chairmanship of the Ilepubllcan
Territorial Committee and Commis
sioner of Immigration aro tho two
posts it Is expected Atkinson will Ij-
For tho leadership of the Republl
can committee, II. M. von Holt Is
most freauentlr mentioned. He Is
not a member of the executive com
mittee, having held a Beat there un
der tho proxy of Mr. Holsteln. This
does not, however, debar him from
On the Uoard of Immigration the
successor to Atkinson has not been
generally discussed. Presumably, if
Atkinson's wishes are followed, the
one who tukes his pluco will be an
enthusiast on European Immigration
and a strong supporter fit tho effort
to secure immigration funds from
Discussion Is still rlfo as to how
Atkinson landed the prlzo of his
heart's desire. Apparently he did not
cunvaBs tho local people to any great
extent and he resents the suggestion
that he kept the wires to Washing
ton hot with requests. Atkinson
doesn't know how he got thc.posltlon
and doesn't know whethor I'rear
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 26,
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s,
1 l-2d. Parity, 4.14 cents. Previous I
quotation, 10s. 2 l-4d.
A man wants a shirt of the best-wearing quality; it is
not difficult to find one that will look well till it is laun
dered a few timet.
Star. Wilson Bros., and
are 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.
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STS.
SENATE ASKS THAT
FILM BE DESTROYED
Special Committee Will
Scnatois t'oolho, Kalama ami Woods
wcro this morning appointed a special
committed to watt upon It. K. Ilonlno
and ask him to cease exhibiting his
now famous "pol eating" pictures, nml
also to destroy the films.
Tim action .was taken when tho
House IteBultitloii, passed yesterday,
was brought before tho tipper cham
ber this morning. Senator Coelho
inado u talk, tirgliis that tho Senatu
act with courtesy, and expressing tho
opinion that, had ilio matter been
brought quietly to thu attention of Ilo
nlno by the House, and no official ac
tion taken, the desired end would have
been accomplished without any dis
courtesy to tho gentleman In question
MRS. S. ti. SCHAFER ILL
Mrs. S, Q. Schaefcr, who arrived
on the Alameda yesterday, accompa
nied by her daughter. Miss Clara, was
taken from the steamer suffering
with a bad case of gallstones. She
cngiigcd rooms at the Iloyal Hawaii
an Hotel and Dr. Judd was called In
attendance and found It necessary to
lemovo her to the Queen's Hospital.
It was thought that nn operation
would afford tho. only tellet.for the
intense Buffering which she experi
enced the Inst two days of her Jour
ney. However, Dr. Hoffmann was
later called In consultation and It Is
believed that medical aid will effect
a cure without the use of the knife.
Mrs. Schaefcr and daughter are from
Kansas, but have their winter resi
dence In San Diego. This Is thdr
first visit to Honolulu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilcrgin of the Wal
klkl Inn wera entertained at a din
ner linrty last evening. Some twenty
ladles and gentlemen were the hosts
and took charge of the affnlr. Tbo
tables were beautifully decorated
with roses and maidenhair, the shad
ed lights throwing a soft glow over
all, making n very pretty scene. Aft
er dinner, music and cards wcro In
dulged In, nnd a thought-reading ex
hibition wns given by Professor
Litiusay. Amateur mesmerism was
also dabbled In by one of the parly
and great laughter was caused by the
efforts of the mesmorlsed one to drink
a glass of water after being Informed
that ha could not. The gathering
broke up about 11 o'clock with cheers
for Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilergln not forget
ting Ilaby Illll.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1909. 14 PAGES.
PASS FOUR BILLS
Much Noiss o! Debate
In Hous9 But Work
KALEIOPU PROTESTS MIICI
BUT FAILS TO WIN OUT
Legal Member Victorious Mer
chandise License Measure (iocs
Through Anti-Race,, Sui
cide Act Likepu
Tho quiet nnd businesslike air that
characterized tho Houso of Represen
tatives vanished yesterday, flitted
nwny llko a startled bird, and there
seems no prospect of Its being caught
again, not even by tho time-honored
method of putting salt on Its tall.
Tho session this morning was In
many ways a repetition of that of yes
terday. None of the subjects of debate
was very weighty, but nevertheless the
debates were long, loud and excited.
Kalelopu was tho star performer, sev
eral times Imagining that he had been
Insulted by. Innocent remarks and aris
ing to protest Indignantly Moro than
onco he was, out of order and was
either called down by tho Speaker, or
.was iiMluUi'ilAuorwlwhon hitrle"d to
uiko mo noor in voice nis wrain. no
was the one lono opponent of the bill
to create a sliding scale merchandise
Hcciibo, but ho inndo up for any mint
bcr of less enthusiastic opponents, so,
far as protest goes, though In the end
tho Iflll passed with no dlsrcntlng oto
but his. .
Speaker Holsteln Is every day prov
ing that ho Is tho best man for thu po
sition. Ho iff tho engineer of tho leg'
Islattvo locomotive and he keeps his
bund constantly on tho throttle. Some
times It appears as If tho House had
got awny from him and was running
wild, hut if ono on such occasions will
tako u look nt his desk, It will bo Been
that tho business for tho day has all
been cleared away. On no occasion
yet has any business scheduled for
ono day, had to go over to tho next.
When the work Is done tho legislators
may play but not before.
Tho Health and Pollco Committee
reported on Nakaleka'a House Reso
lution 5.1, that tho Board of Health bo
requested to appoint a Government
physician for that part of tho Island
of Molokal not Included In the leper
settlement. Tho-' comtnlttca stated
that It had had a conference with tho
President of tho Doard, who stated
that tho snl was anxious to refill
tho position, but wan handicapped by
Inability to pay moro than 170 a
month. However; no effort will bo
mado to find a man for tho place.
Bonus on Large Families.
Race sulcldo Is not especially prov-
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Owing to the expense of
getting out our pamphlet of
information about Hawaiian
business, firms, "HAWAIIAN
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,
D23 FORT STREET
SMi.,aJ att.-tf riuAasMi
Quaint and Odd Are
T. . T-
4- J. M, Poepoe, editor of tho Una 4-
4 kon Home Hula, has translated
the names of the Hawaiian mem-
4- bers of the Legislature Into Eng-
f llsh, no that thosu desiring to call
4' they by jthe haole names, may ho 4
t able to address thnn properly and
4- correctly. Some of the names 4-
4- of the Hawaiian members are sn
perplexing In pronunciation that 4
4t ho' following vocabulary Is pre- 4
pared fur thc.bctitlU of the Mall- 4-
Hlhlo, Rr-prercntative, "Vis- 4-4-
Ion"; Kalama, Senator, "Torch-
r light"; Kalelopu Reprercutalivo, 4-
"Tho halnlxiw"! Kama. Hepresen- -4
4- tatlve"Sox or Child": Kom-ilitt,
4 Representative, "Steam Vair"; -4-4
Kanmnoulu, Representative, "Tho 4-4-
Growing Shark"; Kanlho, jtopre- 4-4-
sentatlve (commonly known as 4-
- "rinnnon-ball"! "Tooth"! Kun-aa-
4- koa, .Representative, "The Acacia , Means Comrultjco. to which was re
4 Canoe"; Kcalawna, Represcnta- 4-,ferrcd Governor' Message Np. 3, ask-
4- tlvo, "The Canoo Trail"; Kawo- 4-
4- wchl, RepresenttlUo, "Luxur-
4- lant"; 'Like, Representative, 4-1
4- "Like"; Moanuull, Representative, 4-
"Ditto Ocean"; Mnkekait, Senator, 4-
4- "Troachtroua"; Nuwuhlnc, Itepre- 4
t sentatlVe, "The Ladles"; Wal- 4-4-
walolq. Representative. "Worth- 4
4- less." 4-
4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-.'4- 4-4-4-
llUUULi ITIMJfcll IU1LI1
When tho Senate convened this 4-4-
morning,. thenmemhers of that II- 4-
lustrlous body Were electrified to f
4- And on their desks, copies of u 4-4-
House Resolution, cnlllng for tho 4
4- appropriation of $20,000 for the 4-
4- "Inttfrinent" of such members of 4
4 Cougrers and other distinguished 4-
4- visitors as shall come to Hawaii 4-
4- as guetts of tho Territory. 4-
4- Senator Kalrchlld, who could 4
4- see nojoason for supposing that 4
t tho gfltstH wero going to die In 4
wholesale quantities on the hands 4-
4 of their bostB, called for enllght- 4-
4- enment. On comparing tho print 4-
4- ed copy with tho tvpewritten form 4-
4- In the hands "of tho Clerk, It was 4-
4- found that tho word "Interment"
4- should have read "entertainment" 4-
4- and that tho House Printing Com- 4-
4- mlttco had ovldctitly had a lapse 4-
4- of watchfulnosB.
THE IWALANI left Makawell yes
will arrlvo with a cr.rra of suuur.
torday aftornoon for Honolulu. Sho
NEXT FRUIT BOAT TO C0A8T.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRINO MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
tr-Wti utJtiJL rM&A-&:
In the Merchant, and His
$5000 FOR KALIHI
HONOHS J. 0. CARTER
Senate Bill Requiring Presence of At
torney General at Divorce
Trials Is Side-Tracked.
Ninth Day Morning Session
Eighty thousand six hundred nnd
thirty-one dollars and nlno cents is
the sum-embodied In un Act Intro
,duced this morn ng by the Wajs nml
ing ror an appropriation- lor unp.uu
hills and current expenses.
In Its report the committee
nounced that the appropriations call
ed for had been divided into two sec-
tlnna Mu.T tmrtlnn rlntlnir In milL-llil
bills being treated separately. The-ito
hill Intioduied covers the current ex
penses only, tho unpaid bills being
taied'ror In Houve Illll No. 24, uuw
before the Houeo.
i tl,B hit for current exiiensek uu to
jjune, 1909, are divided among tho
I various departments of tho Uovern-
Iment ns follows:
Tho Treasury, 111,000; Commis
sioner of Public Lands, $2400; Super
intendent of Public Works, S31.3G8.
11; Hoard of Education, $9488.95!
Hoard of Health, 12r..90O; Attorney
$5000. For Hospital
The largo appropriation for the
Hoard of HmIMi Include the J5000
recommended by the Governor for the
of a suitable building for
tho leprosy Investigation laboratory
Und hospltul at Kallhl.
The Federal Government has pro-
vldcd for tho equipment and malnte-
Ilance of the laboratory and expert-
ment station but, as no npproprla-
tlon was made for a building, tho
worU iaB t,ecn seriously handicapped
uy cramped nnd unsuitable nccommo-
The Waya amfMeans Committee In
lu re)0rt ,,, that considerable lax-
llv ,h incirrlnc of debt, hud been
UUcovcredi ana recommended that
' enfpiriinril-i tin Ihmwn nrnnntl llllhllc
moneys entrusted to heads of depn-t-
moneys. In particular tho report
called attention to the necessity lor
having heads of departments nscer-
tuln the state of their balances be
fore Incurring any Indebtedness. It
was ulso recommended that a requisi
tion system be Inaugurated.
Senator Kalrchlld, chairman of thu
Ways and Means Committee, spoke at
length on the matter. He said that
ho did not feel that merchants should
be made to suffer because department
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IT GENERALLY HAPPENS
that when a messenger is wanted it
is for a hurried purpose. Our boys
are in training at all times, ready for
a Marathon, u needed. If your mes
sages are important, consult
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
Ads in the Bulletin
HALF OF NAVY
WASHINOTON. D. ,C, Feb. 27. The Naval Bill has been in Confrr
tnee Committee and the Senate insists on its amendment nuthorizirp,
half the ships of the Navy to be kept on the Pacific Coast nt the cliscr -
tion of the President.
APPROPRIATION BILLS PASSED
The Senate has passed the Rivers and Harbors Bill carrying appro
priations amounting to ninety-seven millions,
The House has passed the Deficiency Bill carrying appropriations of
seventy millions, five millions of which arc for the Panama Canal.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 27. President-elect Wm. H. Tnft arriv-vS
ed in the city today to await his inaucutation next Thursday. 3
, m ! i J-
Up To Ro
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 27.
ment of the innocent soldiers involved
Lisbon Is Aioo
By Deadly Curiasfju
LISBON, Portugal, Feb. 27. There was serious riotintr in this cifv
today as the result of the untoward
sination of King Carlos was burlesqued during the carnival and roused
the people to the Highest pitch of excitement. Hundreds of arrests wcie
made and troops called out to control
1. 1111. rrll
Ul I IU 1 IjUU
tecrotlve natuto In the charter, but
j there were several umong-thono prt
Strenuous Opposition To;;,eb:.,!nChoHnr,erct'r
ft iits iivit ri'ui'iuuuu win luiiiiuuu
a secret organization according to tho
conciiiBioii given uy uue oi iu mem -
The annual meeting was held yes
terday afternoon nnd thu following
gentlemen were named as tho execu
tive committee, nnd will constitute
the officers to be elected later: 1'. C.
JoneB, P L. Homo, O. J. Wnllor. Prof.
llabson, W. W. Hall, John Hughes.
and.M. J. Hlsaell.
During (he meeting one of tho
members asked If there wns anything
lu tho charter that Indicated the Clv-
This shoe is unusually well
adapted to wet weatlier.
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.
PROSPERITY is now a personal
question, The people ire now in Ho
nolulu who buy good and lots of
them. The alive-merchant advertises
in the BULLETIN and wins hit
sha re of trade ; the afraid-merchant
doesn't And Loses I
PRICE 5 CENTS.
The bill permittiiiir the rcenlist-
in the Brownsville affair has gon
incidents of a carnival. The assas
lie Federation was n secret orgaul-u
;iiuii iinii ii incie was any reason v
the name.) of members of thu bo..
"should nut be made public.
1'ieic was n mciy argument u
this tcplc There wns nothing of a
kiiioiii; iiiueu were ilio Old glljiru u. 'T
ban held office during thci'-recfi X
yeniH. Them was strong support tor
publicity Kd Touse stated this uoii
that the names of the memlicrri will -
IIUl U( IUIU1U ptlUHL. -
THE IWALANI, arriving froiiijKa-
mm this forenoon, docked tit th
Matson Navigation whurf and com
menced to discharge her cat go of su
gar. She brought 3050 bags, will -U
are being loaded onto the Lurlltic,
which sails this afternoon.
THE LURLINE, ofjtho Malson Nav
igation llr.o. will lonvn this ntturuoou
at 4 o'clock for San Francisco, tuklii
passengers, moll and freight Jn.Iii
freight list cho u 111 rarrj COno lui, ,
of refined sucar.
A WW ri.
Shoe Co., Ltd.