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VOL. XI. HO. 42G0.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1900. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
OFFICIAL COUNT IN GREAT BULLETIN CONTEST
TAFT'S FIRST MESSAGE IS VERV BRIEF
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MISS DE LA NUX HAS
Misses ' Ho of Lahaina,
Victor of Hilo, and
Honolulu, T. H., March 15th, 1809.
We, the undersigned, were selected as judges in the Bulletin Pub
lishing Company's, Limited, Seattle Exposition Contest, and do hereby
certify that wo have counted the votes east up to 8 o'clock March 15th,
1909, and find the results of said count to be correct as 'follows:
Signed EO. WHITE.
K. B. PORTER.
0. A. STEVEN.
This fifteenth day of March, Nineteen Hundred and Nine.
ARE WINNING CANDIDATES
I TIIEIK DISTRICTS
Splendid Showing Made by Mini
Dinklagc and Miss McKcaguc I
of Oahu Miss Akau I
Ncir Winning i
It wnn n grc'it content nnil n very I
representative .arty of turns lidlcs
: hk'v .Miss
V' K& iM,
MISS SOriHA DE LA NUX
Winner of Chaperone Honors in Dis
trict No. 1
will ultciid tho AInnka-Yilknii Exposl
tlon ob a result of their efforts In so
llcltltiR II nl lot In subscriptions.
Tlio report of tlio cninmlttoo Imvlni;
tho count In charge HtntcB Iho Maud
liiK of Iho cnntcMnuta ami llm wlnncrii
In llm several districts. (Iinlcr llm
inles of tin content Hi" liiiimr of sol-
DISTRICT NO. 1.
INCLUDES THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Sophie de la Nux, Wichman Co. Honolulu
Lcla Dinklngo Honolulu
Ida McKeasuc Aiea
Martha Voss, crap. Sachs Co. . .Honolulu
Florence Winter Honolulu
Nellie McLain Honolulu
Lizzie Ten Sue Kan Honolulu
Millie Duchalsky Honolulu
Margarctte Lum Honolulu
Madeline Dutra Honolulu
A. Todd Rodanct Honolulu
Mary Dias Honolulu
Amoy Fook Tai Honolulu ,
Amy Awai Haleiwa -
Liz'? FcrrciraWhitney &Marih Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF HAWAn.
Elizabeth K. Victor Hilo
Mercy K. Akau Hilo ,
Tnnnie Marcos Kailua
Annie Hattie Kohala
Victoria Homer ...., ..Hilo .....
Louise de Harne Kohala, Hawaii
Julia K. Kawewchi Kcauhou
Hattie Saflery Honokna
DISTRICT NO. 3.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Florence Ho Lahaina
Jennie Hansen Wailuku
Mary Gohicr Lahaina ,
Mabel Waiaholo Lahaina . j
Eva Scholtz Wailuku
Hattie Kalino Makawao ,
L. K. Hart Wailuku
Esther M. Hanuna Hana
DISTRICT NO. 4.
INCLUDES THE COUNTY OF KAUAI.
Florence Deverill Hanalei, Kauai
Mable Hhstle Elecle
Miriam Mundon Kapaa, Kauai
uonnie jtassotn walmea, Kauai
Angcline F. Silva Waimea, Kauai
Ethel E. Edwards Kilauea, Kauaj
ertlng the rhuporone of the party rests
wllli .Minn ilu In Nux.
The most exciting part of tlio count
was wlu'il tlio cintfstiiiit for Oaliu
nftil Hawaii wi-ro gone over. Up to
tlio M-ry Ijittt It wan thought that tho
Icnilotshlp for (bhu would go to Miss
McKcagun of Air II, who hail como to
Iho front no strongly In recent weeks,
Her linllotB wmo counted beforo thoso
Wc give you the opportunity of having the world's
greatest Tailors mako your suit to your mcasurcfrom cloth
you select yourself.
are famous tho world over for their stylish cut, their ex
clusive tastcfulncss, and the fine quality of cloth that goes
into them. Stop in, and sec some of them at
The Kash Co., Ltd.
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STS.
uf Miss Dlnklage nnil Mini do la Nux
worp leached, mid when her total was
rondo Known nnioiiR those In thn Hul
lo tin office they felt that tho coun
try had dono tho largest nmoiint of
tollcltlng. Hut Iho consistent work
dono by "Miss Wnklago and Mlsa do la
Nux from tho very outset told, They
rolled up votes they hSd lieen hohlliiK
In rouro for many weeks mid stepped
Into loading positions.
AmniiR tho outside IhIhikIh. a ro
count was required to cFtuhllsli thn
ixisltlon of Miss Victor and Miss Akau
of Hilo. Miss Florence Ho of tho Maul
(Continued on Page 6)
The best time to make your
WILL is NOW.
The best way is to havo us
draw it up in proper legal
form without charge.
Ouc'upibs Most Of
BILLS PASSED DFLKHTING
MOKE POWER TO COUNTIES
Axe Being Sharpened for Many Vic
tims Appropriation Bill Up
in Lower Chamber This
Twenty-third Day Morning Session.'
Tlio Important question of whbther
Hilo shall have one park two parka or
no puik oci'lipled tin; attention of tlio
I loupe dprliiR u Rood idiaro of tho
moinliig, -tho luinorililo Itoprosent9
Ihefl k'c'iiiIiir'Io think thla one of th'
buriiliiii qiicatjon of tho day. They
aiifucd the matter io nnil con unlit
tho Speaker finally hud to Ret out tho
HIS Btlck, liruph I ho diiBt off the linn
die nud wield It tlRcroiihl) to maku
tlii limine iitop U'jiitlni; Unio and r'.'
down to lnulno.sti. It us finally de
cided that Hilo bIiohIiI have two iark(i,
Ilia nrsument ndvaiU'oil by Ke.ilnwua
that tho tmmiticrft would, If they cavo
Hilo her recreation plaren, havo a
(Continue, on Page 3)
Plan Suggested To Keep
Tab On Government
Coclho's Medical Practice Bill Must
Wait Until Saturday Upper
House Will Visit Ka-
nn L m I I
Twenty-third Day Morning Cession.
Shoulif Senate Hill No. 80, toRolli
f.r with the amendments recommend
ed by the Waya and Means Commtttco
of tho upper cliumlicr, becomo u law,
nil expenditures of public money, na
far us the Territory la concorneil ut
least, will be 'hedged around with
Kt.fcfiiianU which will, It Is believed,
ohvlntn nil danger of the LcglRlntuto
In tut mo bclni; called upon to niM(
nicclnl appropriations to llquldato
In purtlciilar In tho committee' out
nftcr Hip practice of making' Indis
criminate purchatei with TerrltotlaL
fundR. One amendment recommend
' (Continued on Page 3)
OLD BREACH MAY I M.S. FLORA IS
YET BE REOPENED HERE FROM ORIENT
Spectre Of The Payless Second British Cruiser
Thero Is a BiipretiHed atmosphere of
expectancy notlccnblo nround thn City
Unit today, Humor has It that tho
question of payluc tho road depart
ment imployccs who were thrown out
of n Job by thu decision of tho Hu
prcmo Court will bo brought up at to
night's meeting of tho lloard of Sup
ervisors, Whether Iho nowly-ccmentcd friend
ship between Ilia Honor and tho coun
ty lawmakers will stand tho Htruln, or
whether Iho whltn-wlnged pigeon of
tranquility will spread Kb wIiirb and
neck rooRtliig plnco anew, In ix matter
that la canning no little upcculntlon.
Thn vetoing of tho "Knabllng Act-'
by tho Governor, and thn Hiistnlnlng of
thu veto In both hotinrti, htiH thrown
(Continued on Pae 2)
PINEAPPLES 1 !
PAPAYAS 1 I !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
Best Meals in Town
Arrive? At This
The Ilrltlsh cnilBer Flora, Captain
Rowland Nugent, II. N., arrived ona
day ahead of her scheduled tlmo this
morning from Yokohama, making tho
trip In fourteen riayu.
Thu Flora Is 320 fuel long and 40H
feet wide. Hor horse-power la 7000,
and Bpeud 18 knots. Hhe was built In
1833, und has been stationed In Asiatic
wuteru. Dcforo going to Yokohama,
whenco sho camo here, sho was In
IjibI night tho Morn passed tho Korea,
going to the Orient.
Tho officers of tho Flora are as fol
lows: Captain, II. Nugent; Uouton
mils A. F. Armltngc.K. M. Orlevo, B
II. n. Stanloy, 0. M. Skinner, sub
l.lotit. W. B. Talt and S. WoodB; Eng.
Commander C. F. Pendleton; Knglneor,
Mont. t). M. Worth; Staff Surgeon, W.
H. Sequclra; Surgeon W. F. Archl
bold; Chuplaln, A. II. Pitt; Assistant
Paymaster. A. F. Cooper; Staff pay
master, II. A. Giles; Ouoncr, B. II.
Honk; Carpenter. II. Harcock; lloat
Bwaln II. McOrlovo. Tho full comple
ment of tho cruiser Is 310
Ab soon as tho Flora docked Meutcn
(Continued on Page 2)
the best there is in the house," are
to be had from us promptly for a
small fee above the usual price. Bet
ter get the best there is.
SERVICE. PHONE 381.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 10. Tlie ctra session or Concrcss
heard today President Taft's first messajtc. It was particularly noted for
its brevity, and indicates that the President will net to given to lon(r
The President's message states that revision of the tariff is required
promptly, as more revenue is need for the conduct of the Government.
The President surecsts to Congress that the less time Riven to other
subjects than the tariff or revenue at this session, the better it will be
for the country.
EISENCAP, Germany. March 1G. Sclnt7.bfr Mil" n wealthy civil
ian who is very jealous of his American wife, has killod two army offi
cers in duels.
0 Siier. Wi Stay
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 13. Aptbnscador O'Pricn will renviin
as America's Ambassador at Tokio. This action has boon determined up
on at the request of the Michigan Senators. Foracr Scctctnry Straus,
mentioned for the Tokio post, will b: sent on sorns other diplomatic mis-sion.
POR GOVERNMENT STEAMERS
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 16. Congressman McLacltlan lias
introduced a bill to provide a Government steamship line between Pan
ama and San Francisco. This bill is along the same line as the bill in
troduced by McLachlan near tho close of the last session,
tf- . .
WASHINGTON, D. C March 10.-E. W. Durant lias been nominal
ed by President Taft aa Collectorof the Port at Charleston, S. C, in place
of Cram, pie negro appointee who resigned.
The transport I.opin Is transfer
ring some of her cargo today onto
the barge Mohican, whleh was towed
alongside this morning. Thn opera
tion started as soon ns the men were
Picked to do thn work.
As soon as sufficient cargo has
bean discharged to lighten hor, tin-
other attempt will be miido to pull
the Logan off Iho reef. The two
lirltlali cruisers, now in port, the
(Continued on Page 4)
WOOLLEY IS COMING.
The Friend announces that John (I
Woolley Is to tukn chnrgo of the Autl
Saloon campaign tho latter pint of lln
month, Mr Woolley Is on boird the
Hlloulaii, diiu hero Wcdiicvday
CLERKS MUST BUCKLE
Senator FalrcblM thh nltetnoon In
ttodjired n Joint resolution in the Sen
ate, tlxlllir tlio olllrn tmtira of thn Tup
litorlal officers and oiiiil'ni-.-s Tho
Iwillru fir,, riimi K'!!n li, llit, in.tilnT
.. u ... ....... .. ,. ,,, ,..u tv..ii!.n
until K o'clock In the afternoon. Tlio "'
resolution pasted Hist reading nud was
rcfcrri'd til thn I'Mllllm- f-niiinilllt.,,
According to rumor. Senator 1'iilr-"..
child riiuie time ngo. called at a cer
tain public ofllco nt 3:30 o'clock In tho
afternoon and found tin, clerka pl'iylur;
it their desks, waiting for tho clock
lo strike I.
J. II. McCarthy collects ilamnnes to
hla machine from it chauffeur at tho
point of n levoher
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A Matter of
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