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From San Francisco:
Alameda Feb. 2C
For San Francisco:
Nlppuu Mum Mcli. 2
Moana Feb. 13
Mnkuru JIcli. 2
PROSPERITY is now a personal
question, The people are now in Ho
nolulu who buy goods 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
doesn't And Loses!
I 3:30 EDITSON
Prosperity Lies In the Merchant, and His Ads in the Bulletin
VOL. M. HO, 4247.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAU, MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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Supreme Court Does INot Say Who
. Ctm --- Lawyers Are Puzzled
Over Decision, Which Apparent
ly iVletins INo Pay For Road
Workmen - Municipal Act Is
.Municipal Ait. appointing pow- :
Under tlio Municipal Act (Act
I IX H. I,. 1007) tho liunnl of mi-
pervlmrs Iiiih no power lo np- -t-point
or employ employees ot
Iho roncl department.
Municipal Act: power of, trras-
Under !?. Ill i.r-tlm Munlr-
ImI Act the ilty anil count
treasurer uiny )cfuso lo pay u
warrant based on nit Illegal
Whether tlio net requires tlint
tliu Iioanl of suporvlsois, when
01MXIO.V OFTI1.K COlMtT'UV llAUTWKI,!., V..L
This ii iuj niK';il liy tlio ilofciiilimt from uti order of tlio rir-i-iiil.
juiliju for a jM-rpeiitptnry writ of tmmilminm nnil from tliu
writ I'oiumniiiliiij; tlio ilcfcniliint to jmv to tlio plaintiff tlio huiu
i f i.'IO.lfi upon ii vvurriitit in hi fiivor instiiil liy tliu auditor ot
tlio eily nnil count v of Honolulu, liori'iimftor referred to ns tlio
city, jinyiililo out of tlio n irt irtat i m iiimlo liy tlio Im.inl of
supervisors for Aliiiiiti'iiiiiP'o of Komls Honolulu I )i-t rict, l'ny
Koll, nnil 1 K-iiir iilniutiiF's will's nt $hfi n mouth TimmI liy tlio
Imihi'iI of mijnrviwfrt for his mtv icn us forommi of the fourth ilis
t rift Matties imtiiilniiioil liy tlio city in count rtion with tlio c.ii'i
nnil inainlciuinco of its rmhliti romN, The plaiutilV wns rinplovcil
liy wipervNors Qiiimi, Avlolt mul Kmio, the Isuril's eomiiilttrii
on roads, liriilp-is puli.ipr, piiikxiiiul pulilio impiovomeiilH. 'I'lio
ilcfciiilunl's iilijcctinii In pnxiii lln' wiirriinl wiih lliat tlio plnin
tiir mis not lau fully -im i! cil liy the t-ommillro of tlio Ixiprd.
Tho pli'.'iilinp) iiml In if fs nn oluiniiiou-., roeiliii tlio pio-
c ilins of tho IkuwiI of Hiiporvinoo, mi opinion of tho city ami
county iillorncy anil it letter or im-wipi to tho honnl liy I ho
mii.vir fiivin hix version of tho law, hut when cverythiiif? pii-.-itililo
is written mul stiiil on tho milijeet the coulrovcrsy comes
iIowh to tlio ipiestion wlicl her uiiilcf thu iiiiiiiieipnl net thu Iionril
of .supervisors lui.s ioter to "-elect mul enpifjo employees its well
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A man wants a shirt of the heit-wcarlni; quality; jt is
not difficult to find oiu that will look well till it is laun
dered a few times.
Star. Wilson Bros., and
nro known to he the finest in quality of any shirt made. As
to their appearance, you may safely jikIrc of that yourself.
Come in and sec them; you'll want to net some, if you do.
The Kash Co., Ltd.
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STS.
..bt.t, .. lj4w.a.ll,lii-..-. fltSSttf ..jt-tU' ,W
5- organized nnit qunllllcd lo net,
shall pass upon appointments o(
heads of departments nuulu liy
s tliu mor elect Is n iiucBtlon
which cannot lie ileclilcil unless
piccnt'il liy some npproprlnto
Tlio Municipal Act appears to
conalit of thn Sun Francisco
-! liuri . r. nftcr cllmlnatlnR many
V or its InitHirlant provision
which u ro connected with ami
explanatory hf thoso which re-
luiilii, changing the names nnil
adding ii few simple provisions.
Tn construo Biirh nn net, It Is
evident, Iiiih piebenteil no llttlo
APPOINT, SAYS SUPREME COURT
SHIP SUBSIDY TOMORROW
COELHO OBJECTS TO
Says Bill Before Senate'
Means Death To
Tenth Day Morning Session
"I oliject to this I1 1 1, for It menus
uotliltiK In tho world hut nn attempt
to wlpa Lnhnlmi off tho map," said
Senator Cootho when Senate Hill No.
.IK, iimnndliiK thn Iiiwh relating to
the tcrniH of the Circuit Courts, hy
striking out the words, "and at I.a
halnn on tho third Wednesday ot
June," ratlin up for Its second fond
lug this morning.
Thu report of tho .ludlrlnry Com
mittee favored tho hill, Senator Mn
lelau filing a minority report. Hard
ly had tho ClcrU finished reading tho
report when Senator Coclhii Jumped
up with his objection.
Senator McCarthy supported the
man from .Maul, xnylng:
"I ngreo with tho stand taken liv
Senator Coelho. I don't think thnt
wo should pasH this hill. Whj. till J
hill has come up repeatedly; it Is
"I object to tho Idea cmlnidle.1 ll
(his hill, nnil. If It comes to a vole,
I shall certainly oppoan It."
Senator Chllllngwortli nmcndol tho
motion to adopt thn report, by rh.mit
IrtR l y us to havo thrt .!,.ittar de
ferred until noxt Thursday. Senator
Coelho agreed to tho nrrnngemcut
saying that n public meeting tin 1
hern held lit l.ahalna, and that ho
expected n communication from tlio
peoplo of thnt plnco between new
Forbids Military Drill
Senator Clilllingworth introduced
n hill lo prohibit the banding to
gether of perhons for tho purpose, of
mllllnry drill or Instruct Ion.
Hoino lllll No 18, referring to the
appointment nnd removal of district
innKlstrntea, was introduced nnd list
ed Its flrtt rending In tlio Senate,
House Bills Introduced
llouso lllll No. 2L, relating to tlio
granting of licenses, having passed
Its third lending In tho lower cham
ber, was Introduced Into thn Small)
and passed Its ilrst reading.
Ilmibi) Hills No. 3R and fit iiImi
ttcro introduced and passed first
reading. ' Tho latter till! provided
for thn Inking of Inventories, of nil
After making somo changes In
phraseology, tho Judiciary Commit
tee, reported faornbly on lloiiho Cotv
current Resolution No. .1. Tho leso
lutlou as amended reads:
No Government by Commission
"Ho It Itiwiheil, by tho llouso of
Itpresnntatles of tho Territory of
Hawaii, thn Scnato concurring:
"That It denounces us detrimental
to tho best Interests of Hawaii, tho
advocacy of government by commis
sion In place of tho prrsont form of
Territorial got eminent, and that It
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OFFICES FOR RENT
We have some fine, large
offices to rent in the Boston
Building, You may have a
single room, or rent a very
conveniently arranged suite.
Electric lights, janitor, and
elevator services furnished
These rooms are in the best
of the business district. You
cannot afford to be in a poor
For particulars apply to
Real Estate Department.
923 FORT STREET
i'LjsiiCA Li - i.W,iiiadL6tlu.
NAMED BY FREAR
A. Lewis Governor's Man
For Supreme Court
(imcrnnr Krcar illscl.ilins nil re
sponsibility for thn appointment n(
A. I.. C. Atkinson as United States
This routes from the meeting ot
attorneys which the (Invcrnor had In
his nfllco the other mt The asser
tion was not nindo to the meeting
but tho non-pnrtlclpatlon of the (lov
ernor was confirmed nt thnt time, It
Is not tinted whether thb (Invcrnor
would hnvo sanctioned Atkinson had
ho been given the opportunity to rec
ommend ail one. It means, however.
Hint the appointment was made in
The attorneys present at tho meet.
Ing wcrn Informed thnt Judge llnlloii
would probnhly icslgn If nothing of
fered better than ,t sent on tho Su
premo bench, lln would, however. It
was understood anil stilled by , the
(io ernor, nrccpt thn IVdcrnl Judge
ship with Its ndded salary if tho op
portunity presonlcd Itself.
It Is believed that Abram Low Is
wns tho man the Jocrnor had slated
for tho Supremo bench in event of
llnllnii going to "ho Federal Judge
bhlp This wns to forced upon tlio
Inwjcrs present In u direct manner.
One of thoso present, turnover, utter
ed a protest again I)e Holt, hecnuso
ho thought It would bo better to havn
a man on tho bench who would ho In
sympnthy with tho other two, mul
not bo writing sentliln.i dissenting
opinions nil the time. That wns not
tho wny It was wonted, but that was
whnt wns meant. This did not np
peal to tho others present.
Tho assumption Is thnt the (invcrn
or has been nsked to recommend a
candidate for tlio now Judgeship. If
he has not and another than I tall on
Is named for the second Koderal
Judge, It will put tho Governor In a
decidedly unpleasant position.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
IN COLLINS' BLOCK
Tho Ileal I'stato Kxchaugo filed In
corporation papers on Saturday and
opened ortlc.es In tho Collins block on
King street thin morning, Tho Incor
porators nro A V. (icnr, W. W. Hnr
ris, II. A. Douthltt, 0. G, Unrtlctt and
Mr. Gear is tho manager of tho
roncom, which will carry on n gonrr
nl rent estnto business nnd may
brunch out Into other' lines. Mr.
Gear Is ouo of tho best-postrd men
In tho tlty on real estnto nnd values.
NEXT FRUIT BOAT TO COAST.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp fc Co.,
185 KING ST.
FROM KOHALA SOLON
Speaker Holstein Shows
Up Good House Record
Tenth Day Morning Settlon.
Outside, tho weather wns tluutcry
mid squally; Inside It wns squally nnd
bliistcty, accompanied by thunder and
lightning. Tho firm hand of tho
i Speaker on tho helm of the leglstntlvo
hhlp was no more than strong enough
to keep tho tempest tossed vessel In
her course and lift her over tho hugo
wnves of oratory Hint Bwept tho sea of
I Tho llouso worked litis morning, It
i Is true, but much as n ship works In n
stormry sea. strnlnlngly nnd In agony.
Several bills were passed, nftcr squalls
I Knnlho wns tho star performer this
morning, his eloquence, prolnbly being
Inspired by tho fact that there was a
strong Hawaiian contingent Inlho gal
leries, affording him too good an op
liortunlty to let pass. Tho matters
thnt aroused his opposition wero Cas
tro's bill to exempt from thn payment
of poll, roud and school taxes iho fath
ers ot famlllos of six or more children,
nnd thu bill to glu thu Hiierintendenl
of Public Works authority to Torco the
pnjmvnt of sewer rales by shutting oft
the water from houses upon which tho
rates hnve not been paid Tho first
of theso hills got by him. but ho sue.
ceeded in holding up tlio second for
the tlmo being.
I Tho Speaker niinounceil that when
thu IIoubo adjourned last Saturday
night 85 bills had been introduced, of
wnlch threo had passed both llouso and
Senatu and had been signed by tho
Governor; 17 wero In tho hands of tho
Printing Committee, 25 with tho Jull
clHry Committee-, fi with tho Commit
teo on Health and Pollco, ono with tho
Public Lands Imuinl'tcn, 10 In the
hands of tho Finance Committee, two
being considered by tho Education-)!
Committee, two by tho Promotion
I Committee, two by tho Mlsccllanv
Committee, and 11 wero up to tho Ben
'A Pathetic Petition.
Tho wants of those who llvo at Iho
leper settlement wero presented to the
llouso this morning as the result of a
mass meeting held at Kalaupapa on
Saturday, February 20. They ask.
That tho weekly pol ration bo In
creased from 21 to 25 pounds.
That th Hoard of Health repair the
eottnges owned by lepers when thoy
nro In need of tho samn.
That Dr. Goodhtio's monthly stipend
he raised to 1300.
That tho laborers (ponlas) nt Kalnu
papa 1j paid ono dollar n day.
That tho ration bill (monthly allow,
nnco) lo Increased to $16 per annum.
(Continued on Page 2)
If every property-owner and occu
pier will see to cleaning, and keeping
clean, the street and sidewalk in
front of his premises, the city will
look as though it had its face wash
ed, and the cost will be little or noth.
ing. Let's try It.
IT GENERALLY HAPPENS
that when a messenger is wanted it
is for a hurried purpose. Our boys
are in trainlnc at all times. rmAv tnr
a Marathon, ii needed. If your mes
sages arc important, consult
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
MAIL SUBSIDY VOTE
TAKEN ON TUESDAY
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1. An attempt will be made in tho
House of Representatives tomorrow to piss the mail subsidy bil1 for the
assistance of American steamship lines to South America and in the Pa
cific. This bill passed the Senate last session and was defeated in the
House by a very narrow margin. It is approved by President Roosevelt
and President-elect Taft.
Jeffries Denies He
Will Fight Johnson
CHICAGO, 111., March 1. Jim Jeffries, the world champion, denies
that he will fight Johnson, the negro pugilist wno has defeated all heavy
weights except Jeffries.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1. The Senate has adopted the confer
enoe report on the appropriation bills for the Army and Fortifications.
Lucky Baldwin Dead
LOS ANGELES. Calif., March 1. "Lucky" Baldwin died here toda
at the age of 81. It is estimated that Ins fortune amounts to twentyJj
five millions of dollars.
m n at
PITTSBURG, Pa Maroh 1. Three members of the City Council
have been convioted by the graft prosecution.
I I Mil
WASHINGTON. D. C. March 1.
as Assistant Treasurer of the United
This shoe is unusually well
adapted to wet weather.
Made of a fine velonr calf,
which sheds the water and at
the same time takes a high
What we say is so, is so.
The annointmeni of (tent Tv.,
States has been confirmed.
Shoe Co., Ltd.