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VOL. XI. NO. 4208.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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LEGISLATORS OFTHETERRITORY OF HAWAII
The Legislature of Hi.; Torrltoiy of Ilnwnll met It iveiv two jonis unless called In exlrn session liv the (!oernor. It consists of a Sen
etc of fifteen members, each of the principal Islands forming Sciiilmlat ilIMrlrt ami n House of Representatives of Ihlity memhcis The
qualifications or Miters foi the mqtnliers or the LO'lslatiir are Hio ni'ut liberal or i nv Teriltor In the 1'nlon The voter" mjtst lie tin American
citizen, lesldcnt In tho Tun liar) for ono war anil In ihe district tlir" c months mid he able to read and write iimturstnndlRgly either the Hug
Hull or Hawaiian language The Ilopicbi-iit tlni ore elirtel foi two mis an 1 the Senators for four jenra Tin icRiil.ir pJ'BrIohh or the Legis
lature are limited In law milV (In.. s 1 ii ii c p"d. nlaiv of $100 f li er-iiion Ml native llnnail.iui hnv i full rights of American cltlzunrhlp
Stfttement of- the various rev enuci of the Territory of Hawaii derived from the various Counties for
the Biennial Period Beginning July 1, 1900, and Ending June 30, 1908. The general tax levy includes one
per cent, on real and personal prop erty at full valuation and two per cent, income tax with a $1000. ex
emption. Taxes are payable in January and July.
STATEMENT " "T ' xr' '
Of Various Government Revenues De rived From the Several Counties fo r the Biennial Period Beginning July
1st, 190 6, and Ending on June 30th, 1908.
Fines and Costs, District Court. 1
Wh.irf.tge and I'llutage
l'owdnr Storage . .'
Kerosene Storage , . .
Oahu. Hawaii. Maui. Knuni. Totals.
29,680. rn $ 2t,r,or, on s..-r.2.7i i k,:h.-. u $ r.sjni.ss
113,741.89 33,107 04 H.l.r.r..41 lG,C73Sfi I87.S57.C9
99,371.88 37,620 71! 2 l.GSl.fiK IC.I77.S1 17l.0fi7.99
2fil.4S7.91 14,910 12 1 S.349.0K ft.223 07 2S7-.97fi.lS
31,fi98.79 1,633 10 31. Ill S9
126,930.02 11.077 11 137.01.1 4
1,901.92 242 60 2.201.42
8,946.74 061.61 9,r.97.2fi
Totals "...., S
Taxes J 907-8
CC2.724.0fi 1121,020.39 $ 72.C1S78 J 41.fi79.S4 $ 900 043 10
947.804. 82 $347,187.77 1207.730.04 $22.214.171.124! $.1,019.272. SI
991,974.76 303,869.21 29I.GS3.I0 197.920.31
Grand Totals . ,
$1,939,839.67 $711,01098 $.1.'.J,4 II 1 1 $408,971 lfi $.
$2,002,504.22 $832,007 37 $CJ2,OS3 92 $162.050 19 $ 1. 619,310. 00
MEMBERS OF THE TERRITORIAL SENATE SESSION OF 1009.
FRONT ROW S. E. KALAMA. W. 0. SMITH (President), J. T. BROWN.
SECOND ROW G. H. FAIRCHILD. W. J. C0ELH0, C. F. CHILLINUWOBTH..-,
THIRD ROW W, T, ROBINSON, ERIC KNUDSEN- C. Ji MCCARTHY, H. T MOORE F. R. HARVEY.
BACK ROW PALMER WOODS, D. K. BAKER, R. H. MAKEKAU, E. W. QUINN.
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MEMBERS OF THE TERRITORIAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SESSI ON Or 1909.
FRONT ROW G. F. AFF0NS0, E. B. CARLEY. E. A. D0UTHITT. H. L, H0LSTEIN. SPEAKER- C. A.' RICE. A. D. CASTRO, W. J. SHELDON.
SECOND ROW J. NAKALEKA. R. J. K. HAWAHIMti. M. i1. WAiWAiULi, s. r. uuniir.A. jt,. a. u. luwu, k. w. aitinuu., a. a. juudiiuru,
What Advertising Flas
Done For Pears' Soap
npHK original Andrew Pears was a Comisiiman
A who kept a small shop in London, making
$oap in a small way. He licgan to advertise on a
seale unheard of, in those times. The business, as a
consequence, grew to.- rapidly for one man lo
The policy of the company was, and is, to make
advertisements as attractive as possible, regardless of
cost. Their advertising, to date, has" cost "over
$15,000,000 advertising that has made the soap
One of the greatest successes was the use
,of Sir John Millais' picture entitled ''Bubbles."
Another picture that of the baby reaching from a
bath-tub for Pears' Soap, was originally entitled ''A
Knight of the Bath," and failed to "catch on." An
astute advertising man changed the wording to "He
Won't Be Happy Till He Gets It," audits popularity
- Gladstone once exclaimed, to illustrate a large
numerical quantity, ''They are as numerous as the
advertisement's of Pears' Soap!"
So it is with the history of eveTy successful busi
ness advertising is at the root of its success. By
"aoVertising' we mean RIGHT ADVERTISING.
LET US HAVE A TALK.
The Ghas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King Street
Phone 37 1
J. W. KAWAAK0A, E. L. LIKE, J. K. HIHI0, R. KINNEY, J. K. KAMANOULU, J; C. C0HE N, J. W. M0ANAULI, H. M. KAND20
J. II. CONEY
lumber with trimmings of cobble-.which have already been received hy
Diverse In Style ls
t Honolulu "Architecture
(By LE0LA HARVEY-ELDER)
Piobulily tliero Ih no place of Ita euil other lioiibcs built of tlio suiio
size In tlio woilil that liim boast of , nuiteilal. Trout thete iicRiitlve I
as many btjles of aithltet-tuio ns IIo-(iuai!o liiuiimcuilile icnti.itd8 to ueml
liolulu." Add to this the fact tht.tib.iLU to filenils ill the States,
there are Just as ninny different ma- while roIiib around to tuke pic
fcrlals usod an theio 1110 stjles of tines of these siass hnusea jny at
nrehltecture, and ou lmo an Inter- teutlon was soon dimwi to tlie fnit
estlnir and Instructive btudj foi any, that there ero otlier nuiilnt and
'Like nil of tlio tourists, I (list 110
niettiVjlttollliiKs that woio well
uitli iiholociapliliig and stud)iiiR
iun,..iniimiiPii rnr tlm leiiKoii Tiom the Krasa liotiho the nutuial
thnt I had como to asbOLlate lliem tiend w.is Uiumil the olilei-stjlo
with tho Ilawulluii Islands, mid for buildings, 01 tnwuid thosu that weio
.i, 11, ci ivw. wonku fnlliiwlnii mi nr- I'ullt of othor iii.iturl.il found hem
i.u ... .,w - ., --r .
eliantliiK in the thought of a houso mental photograph of the old "witch
built of 101.1l. .My II rat thoughts hoube in Salem, Mass. I conld not
v.eie of Alii 0 In Wonderland and
then thc Jumped hack to my child
lull enJonii)ht o( "Twenty Thousand
Leagues Under tlio Sea," and how 1
had ill earned of beautiful mormaids
who dwelt in v, nuclei fill pal.icex built
And then thoiu rnino" the lava
hoiicu. Just thluU uf.-hltmilliig on
hae tnjil in Just what detail tho
lesemblamo wns placed, but never
theless I could plainly too , tho ol
Salem limine, even to the pattern ot
(ho (iiinlnt Dutch paper on tho stair
way wjill, mid It had been ten years
since I lslted tlio "witch house."
Out at WalKIKI I pitBscd a beauti
ful Moor!sh-stlo dwelling. With Its
rlvnl I iiuil. iiiinmiiiiis nleturea of tho I" the Ibl.iudJ.
Outrlggor Club ijuailciu and of be- Tu niu lUcru v;w Eomulhlnsi gn- 1 ttmo, thiough,m Inula
l I'" ' I
thuVnInk of a laigo ol'eano. giuliig deep-cieam walls and rcd-tllo roof,
nil tho molten mass of seething lnn suiiounded by palms, wj.th the sea
and sajlug "Homo day, liundieds ot as a b.iil.giouiiil, It I nip tensed me as
H'.iih from now, that l.i.t may be being far initio beautiful than any ot
lued lo build 11 houso'" Tlio won-, the large Mooilsh structures that Or
del of this wih overshadowed when augo Oimc nunue, I'asadena, boasts.
I rooKed around and realised that. On a little huoll, buck from the
these Islands weio themselves tho io.nl leading tip lo the Nuunnu Val
tesull of a Mikanio eiuptluu. I le, I found 11 typical Japanese dwell-
And then again bomo of the latter- lug which liiadu 1110 long to continue
dm houses: What , a quaint old- ,m Jouriiojboiiio day to the land of
fashioned limifco the first frame dwell-! the cherry blossom and the wisteria,
lug is' And jet liiimlicds of peoplo And tho bungalows up in tl)e Ma
diillj gho It mil) 11 passing glance. 110,1 Valley, with their trimmings of
Aul Klrfod In rwmj uf It folho Hist latii rocl.' In (toutJiern California 1
Hashed 'Q'saW many iunguIoMs built ot rough
st6ner but for real artistic und beau
tlful effects the cobble-stone does not
compjiro with tho lava rock. Some
of,these bungalows have tho natural
formation ot the lava used to form
the porches, balustrades, steps and
even parts of tho foundations. There
ure but fow places where one could
have a house that Mother Nature
had partially finlshedl
BY JAPANESE EMPEROR
WASHINGTON, D. C, Murchv10.
Evidencing the feeling ot warm per
ianal friendship of the Japanese Em
peror for President Taft Is the follow
Ing cablegram, which bus Just been
"Tokio, Japan, March G. The
President, Washington; Ilemember
Ing with great satisfaction my very
pleasant and ugreeable Intercourse
with you on the occasions of your vis
its to Japan, I congratulate jou most
cordially Upon our brilliant mid
successful Inauguration as President
of the, United States, i twirls of
Taft's reply follows:
"Tbo White Home, Washington.
March 0. The Kmperor, Toklo; f
hate received with the utmost pleas
ure your majesty's cordial message
of congratulation upon my accession
to tho Presidency, The opiwrtunity
which I enjo)od of personal confer
ence with )our majesty upon tho
occasion of my three lslts to Japan
1 lime always vnlued most highly
and I am grateful for the boundless
hospitality extended to mo In Toklo
und throughout the empire by your
majesty and the people of Japan. It
will be my earnest endeavor to main
tain In every way the present satis
factory bond between Japan and tho
"WILLIAM II. TArT."
Constitutional Amendment Barring
Liquor Was Adopted
affairs of the Massachusetts Legisla
ture today decided to introduce. In
the Iloiibe tomonow a bill to consti
tutionally piohibit the manufacture
and sale In this Statu of alcoholic
beverages. Tho action of the com
mittee follows sl hearing ghen some ,
da) s ugu and Is a complete surprise,
for It was not thought tho committee,
was much Impressed by tho argu
ments made. 1
The bill, however, will have uJiard
load to travel It must secute nflim
Jorlty vote In the Senutu und two
.thlrds In the Home It must then
He ovi'i 0110 Sear and be agnln passed'
by u similar vole. It must then go
to the peoplo mid be approved, where
upon It will become effective.
MADE HER WEARY.
Little Helen "Sister, that new
beau of )oiiru makes mo tired."
Klder Sister "Why dear?"
Little, Helen "Ho has tho mnnners
of n streetcar conductor When I
110STON. Mnss. March 11 lly a 'went Into the parlor last night lie said
vote of C to 2, the committee on legal 'Huw old 111 o )ou. HUlo girl?' "
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