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EVENING DUlfcETIN. HONOLULU. T.H., SATURDAYfArnTL 10, 1509
? ' WEEKLY SALEHDAR
Jg! Hawaiian Stated.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Honolulu Cemmandery Reg
ular, G p. m.
Hote Croix Special, 7:30 p. m.
Oceanic Third Deoree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No, 3 Reg
ular. All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
uttetid meetings of local Unices
..CARJUONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0, F.
Meeu rvciy Monday evening il
1: 3D lii I 0. 0 F Hall, Tort Street.
''' K. It. HENDRY, Secretary.
1'. D WICICE, N. a.
All vislllug brothers very cordially
tOAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. o P.
" Meet every first and third Fri
day evening at 7:30 In IC. o( P. Hall,
corner i'ort and Deretanla. VlsltlUE
Drotheri. cordially Invited to attend.
K. It. NUGENT. C. C.
it. GOSI.INO, IC. it. S.
"HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
- Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. 1 0.
'OKI Kb, meets In their hall, on King
i-Strcet, near Fort, every Friday oven
JiiiiB. Visiting Brothers nro cordially
invited to nttend.
i:. a. uorriiiTT, n. it.
. II. C. HASTON, Sec'y.
Win, If KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meet every 2nd and 4th Saturdny
evening at 7:30 o'clock In IC. o( 1'.
all, cor. Fort and llcrctanla. Visit-
' log brothers cordially invited to at
tond. F. M. McGREW, C. C.
n. a. jacohsi:n, k. it. s.
.HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Xeeta on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
.7.30 o'clock in IC. of P. Hall, corner
Berutanta and Fort streets.
, Vl.ltlng Eagles are invited to ct
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
.', II. T. MOOP.E. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. H. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of tnch month at Knights of
( Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
" dlnlly Invited to attend.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, P. of It.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's. Candy, Fresh
Corner King end Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
' . SUPPLY CO., LTD. '
Fort and Queen &ts 'Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
I Wong Wong,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
, PLUMEING and PAINTING.
.'Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kine St.; P. 0. Box 014.
IgJRIank books of all Borts, ledgers,
jyeto., 'manufactured by tho Bullotln
WHEN YOU1 GET YOUR
hy U3 you will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 181.
TOURING CAR, ?1183.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND
AND DECORATIVE PLANTS
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR!
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid,
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At AH Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
Vor Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Watei. delivered to office and
residence. RING UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St. H. P.. DE 8A.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
11. Win, WAKHAM, irop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
Iho Best Whiskey on the Market.
niOS. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P 0 BOX 755
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply o.,Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
At All' Watcbderiers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
f!or. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavo Hotel, Liliha Street.
Rlank bonks of all sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by tho OullotlD
LOCAL AN0 GENERAL
Orders for .the Industrial) Edition
of. the Evening Bulletin will
be taken by any of thd Bullet in'i
newsboys, at fifty cents, a copy.
Ten good auto hacks. Phone G.
0. J. Waller was among the arrivnls
this morning fiom Kintal.
Al. Thurlow of tho ltoyal Annex
serves tho finest meals In town.
Among the Kaunlnns who arrived
today In tho Klnau was C. A. Klcc.
C, W. Baldwin of Maul Is In town.
Ho arrived today In tho Mauna Ken.
The enso against Cheo Kook, for
assault, was continued till April 14.
J. A, Palmer, Who mado a flying trip
to Kauai last week, returned this
mornltlg In tho Klnau.
J. P. Cooku Was an incoming pas
senger todny In tlio Klnau. Ho went
to Kauai on business.
Joe Reyes hnd a six dollar five re
corded ngnlnst him this morning at tho
Pullco Court, for gambling.
C. IC. King and (leo, Richardson
wero among tho passengers who ar
rived today In tho Mauna Kea.
High Sheriff Wm. Henry, who went
over to Hllo last Tuesday In tho Mau'
na Kea, returned this morning. '
Values aro far In excess of tho prices
charged for the goods sold at Kerr's
Btoro during the closing out sale.
if you want your hat cleaned rltht
send It to the Expert Hat Clcancm.
Fort street, opposite Club Stables.
Morlta, a Japanese, was fined nine
dollars and one dollar costs for gamb
ling, this morning by Judgo Andrado.
Jolm Akana had to dig up six plunks
this morning for wooing chance. Judge
Andrade attended to John's business.
His Honor, Mnyor Fein, this morn
ing went on board the flagship Alio
and extended his farewell aloha to Ad
(let In on Bjom's great sale of new
portieres. Ueglns Monday, April 12th.
New lino Just received. Prices down
to bed rock.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprUcd at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feed Co.. Hgents.
Peter Nodal, who was charged with
having a little gnmo with some others
who wero convicted, was acquitted by
Admiral IJIclil this morning sent
tils reply of congratulation to the
House of Representatives of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
A. W. T. Dottomley of Hlfhop's bank
wos a passenger In the vlcinirr Mauna
Kea. which arrived this morning from
Hllo via Maul ports.
Richard Sullivan departed on tho
Claudlnc; ho nnd a partner will tour
Mnul and Hawaii -with a movlng-plc-
ture and boxing show.
The Moana garago Is now com
plete nnd machines are -being Kept
therm This is a great convenience
to the guests of tho hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox of Kauai
are In town, having arrivedthls morn
ing I ntho Klnau. They nro stopping
nt the Alexander Young Hotel.
A six-foot shark wub seen Inside
tho reef at Wnlklkl yesterday, nnd a
whale was spouting Just outside. The
eea-serpent was ribt In evidence.
C. Sheddon and W. Kanakallllll,
charged with assault and battery.
had their cases continued this morn
ing at the Police Court till April 13.
Tho children of Ilrltlsh Consul For
ster, who paid their respects to Ad
miral IJIchl this morning, wero pre
bented with th'o naval ribbons of the
Japanese cruisers Aso and Soya. They
shook hands with tho Admiral and the
officers when they left tho ship.
Dr. Hugh I). Mitchell, who, as a
member of tho faculty of tho Phila
delphia Dental College, was enter;
talncd at a dinner given by the mem
bors of tho dental profession of Ho
nolulu while ho was a visitor In' the
Islands last year, nas located In this
city with offices In the Young build
John Inch, who fell from a build
ing nt Fort Shaftcr last Monday, died
yesterday In the Queen's Hospital.
Inch had entered for the Marathon1
race to bo run on April 18. It' Is.
thought that death resulted from
concussion of tho brain. An Inquest
will bo held nt the poltco station
Zeppelin Lands Airship. Munich',
April 2. Tho Zeppelin airship ttri-
reared over Munich about 1:S0 this af
ternoon nnd mado a successful landing
on the parade grounds outsldo tho 'city.
Tho count was greeted by tho prlncp
regent of linvarla, Tho airship' loft
hero at 3:30 p. m. on tho return'trlp
Mrs. Tlnnley Buy Land Newbury-
port, Mass., March 23. Mrs. Kath
erlne Tlngley of Point Loma, Cal., has
concluded arrangements for tho pur
chase of a largo house and a traot' of
13 acres' In tho residents! section1 of
tho city. Tho property Is nssoBsod
A Most Excellent Assortment. of
W. W. Ahana o
62 S. KING ST. v PHONE M5.
THE BEST "FltTEES" MIQW.
WASHINGTON, d! C April 9. The Payne tnrlff bill passed the
Houso today Amid great excitement, the vote standing 217 to 1C1, Thi
Senate Flnanco Committee, after i
provision for, the' admission of 300,00
' , NO' JURY-FOR
8AN FUANCI8CO, Cnl April 9.
Jury' was filled today, -but was again
i 'i m i
STANDARD OIL CLOSES DEFENSE
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Apfll 9. The'dcfenso has concluded Its argument
In tho suit of'tho Government to dissolve tho Standard1 Oil corporation.
i i m-
MRS; SAlfPSDN FREE
LYONS, N. Y April 9. Mrs.-Sampson was ncqultted.
i . Tr. - j . . i ..nt 8nn Francisco Harbor, 10 7-S miles
3o to Kerr's and get tho benefit of ,. .
largest reductions over made at a" ?,34, U,f , l WV 7",S )N ' ?"'
o In Honolulu. I ' or' P'"! B''ouse, nnd about 500
i' ...,i .i i...id'l northward or tho rango line
v ,?.. ! '' ,u .,.:,. .,,;
a.. .i .1.1. ... . "
Sec nd, this Isruc
Much Interest Ik being manifested
of lato In tho works of Ilnlzac. The
Drown & Lyon Co. hno sold nearly
all their stock of them, but have some
choice Bots nnd single volumes 'on tho
Tho new spring millinery styles now
being shown at Miss Power's millinery
parlOrs In the Denton building are at
tracting much attention from fashion-
abje dressers. Ladles nro Invited to
Clover spring goods nro arriving by
every steamer nnd filling up our ready-
to-wear department with advance mod
els, only one of a kind. Sec them Mom
day, nnd nolo our ffvo Monday spec
There Is nothing that rn thoroughly
eradicates dirt as Pau-Ka-Ilana. It
gets down to bed rock, down to the
boards, down to anything Hint dirt
clings to nnd makes It fresh and
Sparkling. Your grocer v. Ill supply
(Continued' from Pace 11
the outcome of .the Abe case and ulto
as a protest against his refusal to
recognlro the error of his deputy in
giving out to the morning paper a
matter referredi to tho Attorney Gen
eral's Department for nn opinion. It
appears that Cnelho wanted an opin
ion on the proposed law confining tho
fisheries of the Territory to citizens.
He submitted a letter to tho Attor
ney General's Department in his ca
pacity as Senator from Maul. A dep
uty of the Attorney General's De
partment, without giving Coelho tho
courtesy of a response, gave the mat
ter out to a' reporter of the morning
paper, which proceeded to rldlculo
the wholo matter and attack the
Senator. A resolution was Introduc
ed calling for nn explanation, and
this has been Ignored. On top Of
this was tho failure of tho Abo case',
that cost the Territory a largo sum,
and the man left for Japan yesterday
afternoon on the Crlna.
There seems to'havo been n good
number nftcr Campbell, but It is sta
ted that In order to assuro Camp
bell's defeat tho opponents of Camp
bell promised to voto against Hemcn-
The defeat of Hemonwny was the
great surprise of the session ind
some, as usual, are anxious that tho
Governor should retain him anyway,
but If this Is dono It will greatly
complicate the legislative situation
and not accomplish mtfeh. Hemen-
way, Is well thought of, nnd so Is
Campbell, for that matter, but the
town had heard Campbell talked of
$o much that they wore ready to hear
of his falluro of confirmation.
The report' was general previous
to the confirmation of the appoint
ments thnt It Campbell failed' In the
TreasurctBhlp, Mark Robinson would
bo prevailed upon to accept tho
Treasurershlp and Jack McVeigh
would be made President of the
Hoard of Health. Mr. Robinson stat
ed this morning thnt there Is no
ffuth in the" roportl "I shall stay
as Prosldent of tho Hoard of
Health," said Mr. Robinson.
After making an unusually fast
trip of eight daVs nnd twolvo hours'.
tho American-Hawaiian freighter'
Mexican, Captain Taploy, arrived
this morning' from Seattle and Ta-
coma, bringing a large shipment of
general cargo'. After discharging
IZT ,-! ' , " ,, , ,
general cargo. After discharging
cargo at the railroad wharf she Wll
leave for Kaanftpall, Kahulul, and
Hllo', where Bho 'will take In sugar
preparatory to returning to the
Walltlkl beach is dotted wltlt
swimmers every morning now,
wntor Is very warm nnd tlio
have been good lately.
conference with Tnft, accepted the
tons of sitgnr mutually from tiro
The twelfth scat In the Calhoun
made vacant by a peremptory
NOTICE TO MARINERS
ENTRANCE TO SANj FRANCIS
CO HARIIOR. Notice U hereby giv
en that San Francisco Light Vessel
No. 70, stationed about 3 1-1 miles
outside the bar, off tho cntrnnco to
mt V rt Point Light and AI-
Mtra Light, was replaced on her
Btatton March 20, and Relict Light-
Vessel No. 70, temporarily marking
the station, was then withdrawn,
No change has been made In Light
Vessel No. 70 ns to the characteris
tics of her llghlR, fog signals, or
HUMBOLDT IIAY KNTRANCH,
CAL. Notice is hereby given that
South Jetty Outer Knd lluoy 2, n
red, lst-clasH spar, placed about 050
feet W by N of tho submerged end
of the South Jetty, entrance to Hum
boldt Ray, California, li reported
adrift Match 30. It will ba icplaced
as soon as practicable.
RLUNTS nKKK, CAL. Notice Is
hereby given that Blunts Reef Light
vessel No. 83 will be replaced by
Relief Light Vessel No. 70 about
April 20, 1909. Tho change will ho
tompornry. The relief light -vci-sel
will Bhuw lights and sound signals
having tho tmmo characteristics ai
thnso of Light Vessel No, 83, now on
the station, excepting that each nf
the two lights will bo shown from
the three lens lanterns encircling the
mastheads nt it hclght'or 40 fret
ubovo the water nnd visible 12 miles
in clear weather.
Relief Light Vessel No. 70 is a
flush-deck steam vessel, has two
masts, schooner rigged, no bowsprit,
n black smokestack, nnd n steam
whlstlo between tho masts, but dif
fers from Light Vessel No. 83 In hav
ing all visible parts from the how
to tho middle of the foremast, nnd
from the inlddlo of tho mainmast
aft, painted red; nil visible parts be
tween tho fore nnd main masts, in
cluding the mlddlo third of each lan
tern mnst, white. Tho daymarks nt
the mastheads havo five vertical
(.tripes, three red and two whlto, uftd
on the sprlngstay, mldwny between
tfie two inastB, there Is nn ovel day
mark with one white and two red
vortical stripes. The numbor "70"
Is In white on each bow and each
quarter, and In black on each sldo
of tho sprlngstay daymark. The
word "RELIKF" is painted In largo
black letters on the mlddlo of each
y By order at the Lighthouse Board.
PURSER PHILLIPS of tho Mauifa
Ken, which arrived this morning from
Hllo, reported tho following augnr on
Hawaii, ready for shipment: OIna,
34,884; Walakou, 9000; Hawaii Mill,
4400; Wainakii, 14,400; Onomea, II,-
000; Pepeekeo. 111,300; Honomu, 3001);
Hakaiau, 19,000; I.niipnhoehnc, 10,000;
Ooknla, 7200; Kuknlaii. II. C283. I).
13C8; Hamakua, 30,000; FaauhaUi
4550; Honokna, 20,000; Kukiilhaclo.
9600; Punahiu, 10,870; Honuapo, 4928.
THE KINAII arrived this morning
from Kntial with 0500 hags sugar, 22
bags cocoanu,ts, 11 crates plants, 2
horses, 21 empty wlno barrels, 29
packnges sundries. Purser Grulie re
ported the following Biigar on Kauai,
ready for ihlpment: P. 15,931; H. M
8900; K. P.. 7590; M. A. IC. 25,898;
Mcll.. 5872; K. a. M 9750; M. S. Co.,
21,000; K. H. Co., 4100.
THE MAUNA KEA, nrrlvlng this
morning from Hllo via Mnul ports,
bfought'rts'hor cargo' the following: 1
horse, 1 bag c6In, 11 empty carboys, 40
cords wood, 81 hides, 3 barrels rum, 30
empty kogsV 6 bags awa, 0 cases chick-
ons, 12 caBes celery, 18 packages veg
etables, 28 bags potatoes, 115 bags
taro, 100 packages sundries.
THE W. G, HALL, which 1 dU-
ur)nK 4000 of (W)
THE W. G. HALL, which Is
THE NOEAU was loading biigar ut
Analiola when tho Klnau left Nnwlll
will last night.
Bulletin Business Office Phon 250.
'""iRnllntlti TMWni-t.r finnm Til,., ion
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j in foreiqn ports i j arrived
Friday, April 9,
SAN FRANCISCO-Salicd April 9:
P. M. S. S, Mnnchuila, 1 p. ni., for
iy. : : rrr
saiuruuy, April iu.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 70; 8 a. m.,
U; 10 a. m., 74; noon, 70; morning
Haromcter, 8 n. m 30.12; absolute
humidity, 8 n. m., 5.984' grains por
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n, in.,
HO pur cent; dew jxilnt, 8 n. m., 02,
Wind C n. m., velocity 5, direction
N. K.; 8 h. m., velocity 8. direction K.;
10 u. m., velocity 10, direction N, 12.;
noon, velocity 12, direction 12,
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
m., .00 inch.
Total wind movement dining 24
hours ended nt noon, 194 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, Woathor Rurecu..
WHAT EVANS WANTS
FOR PACIFIC OCEAN
Tacoma, Wni.h., March 24. Admiral
Robley )'. Evans would riot movo nor
divide tho Atlantic (loot In providing a
fleet of 20 battleships for tho Pacific
coast. Ho would build now haltloshtpil
for: tho Pacific coact without delay.
He said today:
"Wo need u battleship fleotof 21 ves
sels on this coast, and nftcr wo lie
(lulro.tlmt number there Is no danger
of attack, It would bo unwise to divide
tho licet on the Atlantic coast nnd
solid part around to this sldo. Concen
trate your forces, Russia had her
ships separated and the Japancco de
moralized Russia's sc:i forco hy attack
Ing various parts beforo they wero as
sembled. I don't belfovo In giving nn
nation n chniico to do that to us.
"I do not understand why Senator
PcrklliB of California consented to th6
construction of only two battleships
a J ear. He has probably mado some
agreement with Senator Hale. We
Tho admiral said the people of tlio
Pacific roast should demand a big
licet, more docks mid larger and bet
ter repair shops. It wax suggested to
htm that perhaps the western states
did not get all those things because
they changed their delegations to
Washington, I). C, so often.
"You ought to change them oftcncri
If Uiey don't do what you want," ho
replied, bringing his Jaws together like
a vise. 'Tho Atlantic const Is limply
protected," continued Adpilral Evans,
"anil the same protection tdinuld ho
given to you pcoplo on tho Pacific
slopo. It wo had another fleet nf the
samo strength ns the Atlantic fleet wo
would need never to fear war.
"Under existing conditions I think
there can bo only one opinion respect
ing tho outcome of u naval war be
tween EiiKlund nnd Germany. It Is n
dellcato question to discuss, as I havo
numerous German acquaintances, but
on tho other hand some of my dearest
friends nre British officers, and, nfter
all, blood Is thicker than water. It Is
certain that Germany Is not building
her new navy for her health. To an
outsider It looked as It England gavo
Germany a great opporttiniy when tho
lords of tho ndmlr.ilty abandoned the
building of certain types of wurshlpn
and started tho Dreadnought clnss. It
enabled tho Germans to start out on n
moro equal footing In tho ship building
race. I havo no fears nhorit Britain
maintaining the lead,
"Dreadnoughts or larger vessels of
tho samo typo are tho war vessels of
the future, at least for the first class
European powers. Tlieso will decide
the fnto of nntlnus. Torpedo boats and
torpedo boat destroyers will always
hnvo tho lend. They will bo retained
to mnko nervous men even moro un
comfortable. Acioplaues, destined, no
doubt, to reach perfection, will also
piny an Important role. No doubt they
may do effective service on laud, but I
havo my doubts regarding their effi
cacy elsowhero. You can nnchor nn
aeroplane to tho top of a tree, but you
can't hitch It to the crest of n wavo In
n storm. The real scouting nt sea will
bo done. by the aid of fust cruisers and
by wireless telegraphy, Thcso will bo
tlio guards of tho battleships. Oriental
fleets will novcr wage a war outside
tho orient. They could never afford to
cross Iho ocean so far from tholr base,
for their lino of communication would
Boon bo cut. 1 don't think thnt Janan
over dreamed of fighting tho United
States. Tho Anglo-Japanese, nlllanco
Is n giinrantoo of peuco. England Is
hor banker and tho United StateB vir
tually feeds England. Jiut flguro that
nut. But It Is only a question of time
until Japan and Russia fight It out
Sea Wrens, $106
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc4
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin? St. opjv'N, South St
8. S. Mexican, Tnpley, from Seat
tle, 7 a. m.
Saturday, April 10.
Stmr. Mnutia Kea, Freeman, from
Hnwall, n. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from Kauai,
Friday, April 9.
Stmr. Maul, Uruhn, far Hnwall, 12
Stmr. Ko Au Hon, Sachs, for Kauai,
i:15 p. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, Oncss, for Hawaii,
0.05 p. m.
Stmr. Claudlnc, Bennett, for Maul,
i p. m.
P. M. S. S. China, for tho Orient, 4
I DUE TOMORROW
Slmr. Mlkaluil.i, Pedcrsen, from Mo
loknl, a. ni.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, from Hawaii
and Mnul, Apr. 10. S. T. Greaves, N.
A. Gloddlng, Miss' L. Nicholson. Misfl
14. Cooper. llawln, O. II. Klanier,
Mrs. Kramer, W. Morroll, Mrs. Mor
cll, It. W. Lavli, D. Uttor,. A. P. Mil
or, Mrs. Miller, W. H, Benton. Mrs.
Tionton. 11. M. Dickson, Miss M. Mur
phy, Miss Barnnln, J. Kclne, F. A. Jag
i;0r, Mrs. Kalamn, Miss N. Kalamn,
Miss M. Knual, Win. Henry. F. Harri
son, V. M. Gccrlng, C. E. King. W. L.
Fiiuee, Mrs. Frawe, Mrs C. Ross.
Mrs. J. D. Lewis and dnuithtci, 11.
Hayeus, R. Ralggen, IC. Usnwa, II.
Skuma, Mrs, II. H. Elliott, Oeo. Rich
ardson, Mrs. Richardson and child, and
tervnnt, O. W. Rodlek, A. W. Richard
son, W. W. Harris, A. W. T. Bottom
ley, Geo. Desha, Jr., W. Batcmby,
f-'rank Mntto, Miss II, Nakamiirn, W.
Tin Chong. W. O. Walker, F. C.
SchulHtliio, Mrs. Schwlstliio nnd child,
Mtr.s Shtiman, J, I.lshmau, Master It.
Vlda, Mm, Lindsay, Miss A. Monro,
I. ,A. Mooro, L. A. Dickey, C. W.
Baldwin, S. Saknkl, J. J. Page, A. F.
Wakefield.. Miss McDonald, II. L.
Lyons, Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. I). Esllnda
mil Infant, Miss Bent. Mrs. V. Bent.
MIks Dasher, Mrs. Vincent, It. Illgn.
Per stmr. Klnau, Gregory, from
Katinl, Apr. 10. A. 8. Wilcox and
wife, A. P. Wilcox, II. Lord. It. Mcll.
Purvis. J. A. Pnlmcr. W. A. Unlloy, (1.
J. Waller, J. P. Cooke, C. A.' Rico, E.
. Davis, Mrs. O. Dlackstcd, Mrs.
Blackotcd. Mrs. ' Hohron, Mrs. Oplo,
Mrs. A. Y. Hln: Miss J. Pnlianlua. Mas-
ter Oplo, G. Wllfong. Mrs. J. L. HJorth.
MIhh Anderson, C. W. Hudson, wire
iml chlldrci. M, B. Fernandez, A.
Weill, O. C. Ileckert. Miss L. Weber.
Tin ado, V, McCoy, A. C. Mnley.
Tho report enmo from Hllo this
morning that Assistant County Attor
ney Carl Smith, when speaking beforo
the Hawaii County Supervisors on the
matter of County bonds, 'mado the
statement that ho has had n conversa
tion wllh Governor Frcnr, as a result
of which lie believed tho Governor
would call n special session of Iho
Legislature next winter to consider
When this was brought to tho at
tention of tho Governor this noon ho
said ho hud no remembrance of ever
having said such a thing nnd so fai
ns ho knew ho had not thought of bucIi
FOUR PER CENT
(Continued from Pare 1)
tlon that the amendment was Incor
porated. Ho called attention to tho
fact that, wero thoro no limit, nnd
wore, it up to tho Treasurer to hand
tlio mouoy ovor to tho bank offering
tho beBt Inducements, the Territory,
In times of financial stringency,
might becomo n party, quite unwill
ingly to n hold-up.
Said ho: "Suppose a crUls should
nrlso whore pionoy wns commanding
a high rato of Interest. Territorial
funds, depositee In tho banks, might
rollovo buch stringency. But wero
it accessary for tho banks to 'old high
rates of Interest for the use of that
money, nnd were tho Treasurer to
havo no option but to hand It over
to the bank offering the best Induce
ments, -the banks would go out and
say to tho peoplo; 'You must pay in
so much for this money, for wo havo
to pay tho" Territory so much.' "
Senntor Fnlrchlld's stand met with,
tho approval of tho rest of the solonu.
nnd without any opposition tho
amendment wns Incorporated In tho
After vnrlous other points had been
throttled out, the Senate lecon veiled
In regular order, the report of tho
Committee of tho Wholo was adopted
nnd tho bill thus passed second read
ing. Ordered to Monterey Presidio
Washington, D. C March 23. First
Lieutenant Charles W. Weeks, Thir
tieth Infantry. 1ms been onlereil from
J tho University of Iowa to tho Presidio
at Monterey, Cal,
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