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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 25, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T It ,
T11UU9DAV, MAU. 25, 1909.
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WHAT YOU FIND IN HONOLULU :
The CIl) and Count) uT Honolulu
ctnlllli,t'il under tin' M niilc-i pal Inn
Hint went Into effect Innu.io I. Won
Includes Jhe whole island of Oahil
What la generally spoken of as Hit
city of Honolulu l that populous sec
tion Included In the taxation district
fif Kona on the southern side of the
Island of Uahn and extending iihnut
nine miles nliing the southerly shut
and Honolulu harbor
Honolulu lit tile capital of Hawaii
45 000 Inhabitant. Including 11.000
Hawaiian. HJ.noo Japanese. C..100
Chi new. S.4nn Portuguese. 4.3DO
Arrurlcans rtrltish nml Hermans, SOU
Vorto ilk-linn, 1 000 Koreans, 1 iOO
17o niileK of streets
20 miles of electric car lervlce.
Telephone service. Willi I Mil stlb
ocrllierii. Fle public parks.
Free museum, eont'ilnlnn the rarest
nnd law) collection or Hawaiian
LiirloHlticK and mitliiutitc
4lil4 pt'plls III public schools
32118 pupils In prUate school.
29 church edifices.
Three firm cluss hotels
Two electric lighting plants.
Thiee Ice factories
Two Iron foundarles
Two fertiliser factories.
lime kiln with dull) output of 200
Coffee piilplnit and cleaning mill.
I.iitgmt piuenpple cannery In t ho
Seven rice mills.
Klve planing mills.
Sanitary steam laundry.
Petroleum gas factory with dally
capacity of Gliu.OOO cubic feet.
3otl licensed automobiles.
H.t licensed hacks
Three dally newspapers printed In
Chamber of Commerce.
Ilawall t'ramotioii Couimlttco.
Stock nnd Bond Exchange.
Trado and l-nbor Council.
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Associa
tion. Hawaiian Historical Society.
Sna H)llco call boxes.
Hattnllon of l S Infniitn
llaitnllon of I' ,S Kngluccrs.
Hattnllon f s Marines.
l'our squadrons of Caalry
Seven companies of the
Two mllltar) hands
Public band concerts.
Distances From PostorTtce.
Wnlklkl Ilcach 3'4
Knplolanl Park 4
Aquarium , 4
naco Track 4W
Port Shufter, Kuhaulkl 3
Diamond Head C
National 'Oaim Colleg'e 214
Ilascball Grounds 2H
Tertitorlal Nursery 1
Honolulu Iron Works 1
Public water works with daily ca-
pnelt of S.OOO.000 gallons.
Paid fire department
SI electrie lire alarm boxes.
Tenltoilul law library with nearly
Young Men's Christian Association,
Young Men's Institute.
Youiib Women's Christian Associa
II vo social clubs
nourishing brunches nf Masonic.
Odd fellows Foresters, Knights of
P) thins. (Irund Army of tho Republic,
United States War Veterans, Amer
ican legion of Honor, Sons of the
American Revolution, Daughters of
the American Revolution, Sons of St
Ocorge, Ancient Order of Hibernians,
lied Men, Eagle and Elk fraternities.
Six charitable societies.
Two opera houses.
Three boat and yacht clubs.
Polo, golf, tennis, football, baseball
nml cricket clubs.
Steam railroad communication with
most plantations on the Island,
Cnblu commuulaatlon with San
Francisco and Manila.
Steamship communication with all
ports and landings In the Territory.
Aerial telegraph communication
with Islands of Hawaii, Maul and
Two liberally endowed hospitals.
29 licensed physicians.
Thice agricultural experiment sta
tions. United States Naal Station.
Standnid time, 2hrs , ' mln. slow
of San Fiunclsco.
Maximum Temperature, 1908, 86 de
grees. Minimum Temperature, 1908, 67 de
grees. Average Temperature, 1908, 73.12
Halnfall. 1908, 18 63 Inches.
Average annual rainfall, 24 years,
28 83 Inches
Port of call for 14 Transpacific mall
steamers and all U. S. Army Trans
ports. Assessed property, J39.000.000.
Hate nf taxation, real and persons!
one per cent.
Thomas Squaro 1
Knmehameha Schools 2V4
lllshop Museum 2V4
Summit of Punchbowl 2V4
Summit of Tantalus C 2-3
U. S. Experiment Station 2
Niiujiiu Urldgo 1
I Royal Mausoleum Vi
Niiuanu Pall G
The Postottlcc. Capitol, United
States Naval Station, railroad depot,
tho two opera houses and two of tho
principal hotels are In or near tho
center of tho city.
Distances By Railroad.
Honolulu Sugar Plantation 8
Pearl Harbor 12
Oohu Sugar Plantation 14
Ewa Sugar Plantation 18
Sisal Plantation 20
Wahlawa ,' 2.1
Walanne Sugar Plantation 33
Wntalua Sugar Plantation 54
Halelwu Hotel 60
Kahuku Sugar Plantation 72
Distances by 8e.
Midway Islands 1.200
San Krnnclsco 2.100
San Diego 2.2C0
Port Los Angeles 2,220
Portland, Oregon 2.3C0
Victoria, II. C 2,370
Seattle . .., 2,420
Suva, Fiji 2,700
Sallna Cruz 3,607
Manila, via N. E. Cape 4.89C
Hong Kong 4,920
Valparaiso, via Panama 7,644
WHEN UNCLE JOE
NEARLY TO OUT"
Story of Preliminaries
" That Almost Bro't
Shortlelgh "Trying to b Imlepcnd
cut without capital Is ns difficult as
De Long "Well, as wlnt?'
Shortlclgh "Ab trying to learn th
ort of boxing from a book."
fvrrrrl ' Clothes rbr.'len
MADE IN NEW YORK
of Taste and
MADE IN NEW YORK
by New York's Foremost Tailor
ing house. You can't do better
jn Clothes than right here at
The KASH CO., Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Tho Washington correspondent of
the Call gives the following account
of the fight In Congress that brought
Uncle Joe Camion within four votes of
losing tho Speakership and brought
about n revolution of the famous
House rules for one man government
of that body:
Washington, March 12. The light
between the house "organization" on
one sldo and the insurgents and demo
crats on the oiiie-' hns become a ijealii
struggle for Speaker Cannon. Ho nml
his friends are greatly worried ocr
tho prospect. The Insurgents were
badly bluffed a day or so ago by the
news that president Taft had sided
with Cnnnou, but they hae regained
their grit and are making a desperate
flghj with more than an een chanco
of winning. Tho president Is not nc
tlvely assisting Ujlclo Joe, hm jn'erely
advises his callers that the tariff It
tho first consideration, and lli.it no
light oer tho )iuue opposition should
be permitted Jo postpone tariff legis
latlon. Cannon's friends ure using
the Taft card as a trump, hut the In
surgents, having regained their nerve
pre no longer ufrald of the White
Ready fro the fry-
The Insurgents put it this way:
"We are up against it, anyhow
Tho people demand a chance 'in Uie
house rules. Cannon Is discredited
throughout the country and If w
stand for liltn nnd the rules yc arc
likely to bo jjeked at home. So If 'w'i
ire In for a scfap on) how we may at
well fight noy, (whle we have the
lemocratg wjtli us. We stapd r
-nance of winning, ami If wo do there
will be bg credit in It or Jue few re
'mhllcans who flare to face Uncle Joe
We think wo wl) get 30 men jtho will
stand up. Jheso th Ijje dcuiocroti
ill defeat the Opposition'.?'
Tho Intercepts, called h? "reds" by
tho regulars. Include In l(ielr nujnbe
'Red" Hnes tjf California, and pun
:an Mckinley fs flirting with them
tie want tp bo an Insurgent, but hlr
Irst consideration Is to slnnd In' with
Taft. If ho finds that Taft has no oh-
-ctlon ho will Join the Insurgents.
Roosevelt Not Aiding,
The Insurgents were Joyful toifiij
over the report that ux-Presldem
Itoosevelt was about to come to theli
support In the Outlook.- It wus said
that Congressman Murdbck of Knnsns
i leading "red," had received a letter
roni i.yman Abbott, editor of the Out
iook, stating niaf itoosevelt war
Urongly In faor of )io Insurrection
ind would declare jilmself. Murdock
Jid not amrm or deny Jho r!lorL
Tonight, howpypr, a statement wat
?lvcn out In Nciv YorkN by Lawrence
Abbott, president of hp ftutJook com
pany, puncturing tho story and declar
Ing that the Outlook was pot In fayor
of a change; In ihp house rules at this
time, lie said looseycJt had pot been
consulted as (o ho policy of (ho "Ou
look on that subject. It was also ro
called hero that Itoospyclt a few das
igo ai ujster iiay said He did not In
tend to iIIscusb iolt(cs before leaving
Cannon Is Worried.
Desperate p'tfprts nrq being modo by
mines u. vyatspn, tlie republican whip
o lino up members or the opiosIop
He says u sufnlcnt' number' arc n
Inc to defpaf thp Insurgents. S.peakpr
Pannnn l.n.-.n.mH In ..I.I..I,. . , .1
wh.,.,w,i, iiunvfcj, in juuiuiy urrieu
ind It Is evident that tho blk'gest flchl
of his carreerjs flrj.
uijunuiii Qveiupmcni3 oqqurreu
to-day In tho house Insurrection
igalnst th? Qdoptlpn of tho rules bj
the slxtletl congress o pvprn tle In
A compromUp, falhcrpd by Senator
Cummins of Iqwa apd prcscntpd (u the
tegulars by president Taft, 'ailed' to
unite tho ltepuhlca'n nfcmliera, and
what was pronounced a satisfactory
working agreement was entered Into
by tho Ilepubllcnn Insurgents nnd the
Terms pf Compromise.
Tho compromise was ono that the
Insurgents tmvo cpnsldpred over since
the report became current thnt Presi
dent Taft desired tho fight postpone''
lest It might dolny the tariff bill. It
provided for tho ro-clectlon of Speaker
Cannon and tho adoption of tho rules
of tho sUtloth congress for tho special
A'tcr the organization of tlip house
Monday It was provided that a. resolu
tion bhould bo passed authorizing a
committee to lnestlgato the rules and
rcporf on proposed changes In tho reg
ular session In December. It wus )ro
posed that the Insurgents be allowed
to namo Tour of their number for the
committee, the democrats six and tho
regulars Ave; Tho Jattcr five wpro to
tie itepresenlntlves Mann of Illinois.
Currier of New Hampshire, Kelfer of
uniu, nniiin or iowa, and Slovens of
For the regulars former Meprcsent
atlvo Watson of Indiana reported thut
the compromise was acceptable if
amended so as to allow tho speaker (o
appoint tho committee, due regard be
ing given to the Insurgents In Its com
position. Tho Insurgent leaders sub-
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uliii Ii fun uii-ih Is' ii.iui lu 'I In any ii.rtiu. Nu
iniifw of iiiiruciioi is niri'Hiury. 'u -t
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beiiuently declared they would accept
no such btiggestlon.
Taft May TaKe Hand.
It Is believed President Tuft will
exert his Influence to bring lio two
branches of tho party together.
Kor more thun two hours llilj after
noon tho Insurgents Blowing commit
tee conferred with a commltlvo repre
senting the democrats. Hepru,enlu
tlyes Gardner, Nelson, Hubbard nnd
lUushaw' were preiciil for the Insur
gents, and Minority Leader Clark and
Kcpicsentntlyu lindornuod of Al,i
panui for the demoprnts.
Tho Insurgents, It Is said, convinced
Iho democrats thut they could deller
30 ptcs for uuy flrojiosltlon they de
sired to propose Monday. Tho demo
crats promised to furnhih 170 olcn
against tho previous n,uptinu motion
oil the adoption of" the old rules. '1Mb
lacks two of being the full dumocmlV
strength, Ihcro hulng uuu vacancy on
account of death, nnd ono tuuuhcr be
ing seriously HI. Ab 105 will ho u Ma
jority, the allied forces claim Iho lc
tor). Program of Allies.
The prog am tentatively ngieed up
on b) tho ulllis was to vote iluuu the
previous qucsltou on the adoption of
the lilies Moul-y, and If Iho amend
ineiit to the rules pinWdlng u uimuill
tee to select committees Is voted
down, to propose that tint committee
on Miles be elected b) Iho houru "Un
democratic confciie.1 ure said to hav
lletlared they could lino up the onliu
democratic delegation for the hitler
The regulars claim In h,ie tin
promises of Mineral democrats not t
ote with their party foi llu. x.nlou.)
nmendmenls and ilcn that the lu hi.
gent forces will number 30.
At the republican caucus tomoirow
night It Is phinnul to bind the p.ui;,
In otp fur Ciinnon and for llu adop
tion of tho rules Hoeml liiMirg'Ui
will nut attend
At the demociailc caucus Moud.iv
it s intended tu hind the members to
voto ngnlnst the rules.
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