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Siberia March 8
Moann . , March G
THERE ARE a dozen ways open to
the Honolulu housewife looking
for a servant, but no way is as com
foi table, certain, and cheap as the
BULLETIN Want-Ad. Way!
A Good Store Will Thrive Under Bulletin Advertising A Poor One Can't
Aoi.iugl March 311
VOL. M. NO. 4252.
1G PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRIIORYOF HAWAII; SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1900. 16 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CITIZEN FISHING BILl PASSED
KANE WOULD BACK
Wilson Is Likely To Be
Member of Majority Says He Is Tired
of Fighting Thinks Mayor
Deserves Some Con-
Unpen her Win A Kiuc, llopubll
can, Ih iut for .lulm ll. Wilson, Ileum
crnt, fc-r Uoad Supoi visor for tint din
trlct of Honolulu. Kunu has niiiioiuiccil
that he Is llrcil of fighting iitnl tooi
not Intend to hoop wasting time.
"I nni willing to compromise with
tln Major, Kiting Wilson, Ida tip
politico, tlio position of ro.ui supcrUs
or,"' mild Knno tlilK morning "Cum
inliiK nan not appointed ,y tlio Major
mid therefore hu lit out. Tor tho salto
of those ioor wniktnon, It Is propi r
that we, tlio Supervisors .itul (hu May
or, should arrive at wmio eonipronilt-o
"Tlio Mayor has appointed a nntnhur
or Itepntillcans, whom wo conllrmeil,
anil I IjcIIcM! It is iroicr that ronii
or his. appointees tdioiiM ho ronllrtncd.
I nni only speaking for myclf "
Ills Honor, the Major, when neon
afterwards, Ktated that lio was willing
all tlio time to patch up tlio dlfllciittlei.
Iiotwccn tlio members and himself. Ho
expressed his sitrptlsu nt the action of
the Iloatd in continuing tho Hoptthll
can appointees mid I ejecting tho Dem
ocratic appointees. Ho hcllotcd It was
Handsome Collection is
Being Made- By
fiomo ry handrome upoclincni of
ko.i fnrnituro will hu cillilltd at th
Al.iaka-Ynkon I'.ieltle i:xpoltliiux l.o;d
Childs Is making a colli ctlon of the
handsomest Blurt to ho had hero, and
will fonvanl it as a part of tlio Ha
wnllsn exhibit A local flnn lias Kit on
n lieaiitlfnl, four-poster hi-d of solid
ko.i, nno of tho-hest specimens of Ha
Prom a Ohlnoso linn there has licen
Wear and Hold their Shape
'Ilicy aro correctly tailored of finest prc-shrunk materials
in the latest styles. They look right and feel right; it's a
comfort to wear them. Sold by
BOLTS REPUBLICAN SUPERVISORS
EXTENDS ITS PLANT
New Equipment Expected1
Here Late This
Tho plans of ManiiKcr .1. A. Ilalrh
for tho Improvement mid oMcnfdon of
tho sertlce of tlio Wireless 'IViegrnph
Company nro IicIiir carried out. Old
lis hnto already heen placed for i
new sparlc gap of Krcally Increased
power for Kalmkii Station .mil for a
new rocclted for Pnako.
These two puces of machinery will
prohahty ho hero wllliln the next Tour
weeks, and will ho Installed at phio
Onco thev are In place, communica
tion with the mainland will ho nil
dcred oasj and a general commercial
hiislncss with the Pacific Coast sta
tlons will prohahlj he started
Tho now spaik gap for Knhukii Is of
novel design, liclng rotary In netlon,
mid of grcaHj Increai-cd sending xiw
er Tims sparks cm he mmiI long ill"
tances tmder tho most iinfatorahlo
ntniospherlc conditions. .
Manager llalcli has had tlio Impiovo
ments tinder consideration for some
time, lint It Is understood that ho held
off, pending tho annual meeting of the
f toi kholders of tho company.
The nct'oti of tho Oceanic Bteamslilp
Comp in) In fitting tho Alameda with
w licks equipment, encouraged tho
ciiinpanj to make ctcii3lnna, as It Is
believed now that It will only ho a
mutter or n brief time when nil or tlio
passenger-carrying ships on tho Pacific
will ho equipped with wireless outllts.
secured un elaborate dressing table,
quaint jot mtlsllc In design, and fitted
with magnificent Kioiuh plato mirrors.
Prom I Uln comes a chiffonier of beau
1 1 Till design, and other articles haJ
Ik en promised
Tho idea In to mako up mi exhibit
which will show malnlanders tho pos
sllillltles of ko.i as a material for fur
niture of tho highest class Koa tallies
and chillis will lie used In sorting Hn
wallan pineapple in the Territorial
Announcement was made In New
York that Hilt la (Ireon, only daugh
ter of Mrs, Hetty Green, Is to marry
Matthew Ast.or Wilkes nf Now York.
12 U Cameron, stato superintend
ent of hi hools of Oklahoma, has Is
sunt liititntlons to representatives
from southern and western states to
tout enn M.utli 10 at (liithrlc to con-i-ldcr
wajs and means for creating
new Interest in country Ufa.
The Pioitoi-Toinllnson county op
tion hill was passed by the Indiana
loglslatmc It Is considered a re
William Hiiiih of 110 Mississippi
street, San Kinnclsco, murders n man
mill it wonnn and then kills himself
In n lit of Jealousy.
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FORT AND HOTEL ST8.
Very Radical Booze Bill
GIVES LICENSING POWER
Right of Appeal Also Granted The
Change of One Word Upsets
the Entire Present
, A liquor hill infinitely mure radical
than that of Senator Moore, which has
nrouscil so much opposition on the part
of tho n'ntl liquor, forces, was Intro
duced lu tho House of Itcprcsentatlen
this morning hy Kurtndo or llllo.
Kurtado would wlpo out entirely tho
Hoards of Ltcenso Commissioners and
vest their present powers In tho sev
eral Hoards or Supervisors of tho coun
ties. His hill also provides tor the
right of appeal from tho decisions of
the Hoard regarding tho granting, re
fusing, suspension or lotoklng of lic
enses. A tery slight change lu tho winding
of tho present law is all that Is needed
to make these radical changes. Pur
tailo'n hilt simply piovldes that wher
over tho winds "l.tocnso Commission
ers" occur In tho existing law tho
word "Supervisors" shall hu siilisll
tilted. Willi tho exception of tho sen
tcncerelatlng to tho right of appeal,
this Is tlio only change made. Hut
this simple change of one or two words
absolutely changes tho entire Intent of
tho present law.
Hy this hill Section I of Act 119 of
tho Session Laws oC 1907 Is amended
to read as follow s:
"Kncli Hoard of SupcrtlsorH within
Its own County shall have tho vole
power, authyrlty and discretion to
(.rant, refuse, suspend, retoke, regulate
and rontiol licenses to sell Intoxicating
liquors in such county, snbjict only to
tlio limitations unit directions lu this
Act contain! d. Tho exerclsu of tho
toncr, authority ami discretion hy this
Act vested lu the Hoard of SuiKirvis
orH shall ho review able by appeal to
tho Circuit Court having Jurisdiction
to hear appeals lu tho County where
such Hoards of Supervisors shall have
acted In granting, refusing, biispcud
Inn or revoking any license; hut the
regulation and control of such licenses
shall ho lu discretion of tho Hoard iff
oupui vipurn, iiuu mum uui uu ruviuw'
able hy appeal or othcrvvlbo."
Tho Houso was extremely lethargic
this morning. An unaccustomed air
of somnolence pervaded tho Throne
room. Nobody seemed to enro ninth
what happened, suggesting that there
must hato been n big Iuau somewhere
last night It was Impossible to get
up a l'vely discussion on any subject.
Opportuntles that ordinarily would ho
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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.
Elcctrio 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.
ofH.C. & 8.
Their were lltilj iIiiich in tliu klock
market this morning
Tlio good news or the iittnnco of
Mignr to 3,803 ccnls on tho corrected
quotation of ychtcrdnj uus followed
up on tho stock exchange hy tho sale
or one thousand shares of Hawaiian
Commercial stock at SI0I per iharo.
Thin is qtiltii tlio largest dial lu Ha
wallan Commercial that has Ik' en made
lu lecent days and the price Is a good
one. Tlio piircnaser was J. P. CooKo
or tho firm of Alexander & lljblwln
It was sold through tho Henri Wit
ei house. Trust Company, tho n me of
tho seller not being given. A ti ansae
lion .Involving1 Jlbf 000 In one of the
laigest or recent ihjs. All tho stocks
nro active. ,
Ililtlsh Consul lialph (1. P. Por-
- sler stated today that tl o llrltlsh
wmslilps Champion and Flora
t will arrive thin month. The Cham-
plon will arrive on the J t tit from
- Australia, anil tho Flora, coining -f
from Yokohama, will arrive hero f
f on tho 17tlf. Tho wnrshlps will
f leave here on tho 22nd
4- Tho coming at tho wnrhlihn Is
f gooil news to tho mtbjvrl of Ills
- Hrltlaulc Majesty In Hawaii, and -f
f tho officers and men will bo xoj-
ally intcrtnlncd hero.
The following wireless, iljited
March Mb, war received by
Mtssrs Win O. Irwin ft Co, Mil
tigints or the 8. S. Alnmcdii:
"Plght P M.
All well. KlRhl
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March C
The sugar quotation under .date of
March 0 giving the price of Centruu
gals at 3.795 cents should have been
S803 cents. The corrected quota'
tion gives the rate per ton $76.06.
PINEAPPLES 1 !
PAPAYAS ! ! !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO, FH0NE 15,
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRINO MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
IFISH BILL PASSES
Coelho s Radical Act Is
HOUSE COASTWISE RESOLYE
IS KILLED BY SENATORS
Lonfc Session of Upper House Is Full
of Incidents Hilo Will iTob
ably Oct Court House.
Bills Signed ,
Fifteenth Day Morninc Session
Hy a tote of ten ayes to five noes
Senator Coclho's bill, providing that
none but citizens shall be allowed to
fish In the fisheries of tho Territory,
passed Its second reading In the Sen
ate this morning.
It was not without opposition that
tho hill wai. passed, and several time
it looked as though thunderous ora
tory might be resorted to.
Tho report or tho Judiciary Com
mittee, which was taken up In con
nection with the bill, characterized
tho hill as an infringement on treaty
rights, v ,,.
Knudtcn moved that'thcreport or
the committee be adopted, which
would tablo the bill.
Fish Bill Passes
Senator Coelho umended the mo
tlon by moving that tho bill puss sec
"Those who aro opposing the rights
of American citizens are disloyal to
American Ideals," said tho Senator In
Senator Ilakcr seconded Coclho's
motion, and, a toto being taken, the
bill passed second reading by tho fol
Ajes linker, Ilrown, Coelho, liar-
tcy, Knlunui, Makcknti, McCarthy,
Moore, Hobinson, and Woods.
Noes Chllllngworth, l'alrchlld
Knudscn, Qulnn, and Smith.
Another clash came when Moora
offered an. amendment to House Con
current Resolution No. fi, asking Con
grcss to acquire the vested Ashing
rights In Hawaii, so that the said
rights would bo open to the citizens
of the United States or those eligible-
to become citizens.
Senator Smith took tho floor and
urged against the amendment of the
resolution, which he characterized an
attack on treaty rights.
Mooro objected, saying that the
fisheries within tho bounds ot the
Territory were for citizens. Houln
son agreed with Moore, insisting that
aliens had no more claim on tested
fisheries than on the public lands
McCarthy agreed. ,
Finally on motion of Senator
Smith, action on tho resolution wua
deferred until Wednesday next.
Tlio hill authorizing tho hunting
of wild goats by persons not holding
eagerly giasped nt and that would he
tlio cause of n flood of language, were
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IT GENERALLY HAPPENS
that when a messenger is wanted it
is for a hurried nuroose. Our lov
aro in training at all times, ready for
a niaratnon, u neeaea. U your mes
sages are important, consult
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
WASHINGTON. D. C. March 6.
lamation calling a special session of
sion for tariff revision.
The Senate adjourned today, having confirmed the members of the
Taft Cabinet, all of whom have been
ury Macveagh and Secretary of War Dickinson, who have not yet arriv
ed in the city.
13th Cavalry Coming
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March G. Generals Brush, Carter, and
Davis and the Thirteenth Cavalry sailed on the transport Locan today for
VIENNA, Austria. March 6.
lanches in Corintha.
i nut i m
Steel Men Cut
READING, Pa , March 6. The Reading Iron Company has reduced
wages of its workmen from seven and a half to fifteen per cent.
BALTIMORE, Md., March 6. The
will amount to a million dollars.
Merchants Hear Good Army News
Tho Department of Hawaii Is soon
to bo established.
It was brought out In tho excculhn
meeting ot the Merchants' Associa
tion yesterday afternoon that nil tho
supplies- for tho Army In Hawaii
would soon bo bought through tho
local quartermaster's oflke, Hereto
fore tho bids have all gono to San
This means n great deal lo tho
merchants of tho city, and Is aim uu
President Taft has lsucd a !'" -
Congress March 15. This is the ses
sworn in except Secretary of Treas
Great damace has been done by ava
loss from the storm in this city
Important step in tho development ot
this Island as a military headquar
ters, Anothor matter that was dliiusbc!
was tho collection of delinquent taxes
by tho Trcnsiirrr Tlio opinion was
exprcshcd thnl there wcro upwards of
15110,000 worth of delinquent proper
ty taxes for which no effort had been
niailo to tolloi) Somo of thoio prci
cnt thought that tho Troasunr or
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Oct in line to keep your
feet (I17 with a pair or our
Box Calf "Diamond")
at $3 '
They are the kind that havo
the wear in them. Island or
ders filled on the same day received.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
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