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HONOLULU, T H. HtlOAV, JULY 10, 1901).
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Sale begins Moiida
The Bulletin Is First
L In News Service. 3. City Circnlntion.
2. All kinds of Advertising. 4. Outside Circulatloi
5. Total Circulation.
Any advertiser can tave
xclusively. It coven the
to service is the lowesi In
FRAMERS OF THE INCOME TAX MEASURE; '
SENATOR WHO AIDED BIPARTISAN COMPACT
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Washington. .Iiine, Tho coalition of ltcpubllcjiis and Dcmociuts had a test of iticnglh In tlu il'nl vito n:i
Ihe Cuuimlui) incomo tax ineasiiro and fulled Senatot llnlley of Texas promptly accepted thu Gii'inniiiis a.iv.'ii 1
iilfiit making the Incomo tax 2 Instead of 3 per cent and thus won the pledge of eiippoit of all tint wir,' ')! lh
republican majority In thu Semito which fmoied u tailff icvlslon downward. Senator Borah o' Idnliii alto wi
Instrumental In-bilnging about tho coalition of tho Income tax adwicates, and a test of Its ntrcu;th wij clun.n
,whn seven neiiiibllcan Setutois otcd for Immediate consideration of tho measure. They who IJor.ih, lliiurno
&ijJinsow, tiiipp, uiiiniiiiiia, i4i
,'Wwlth'ith'o incomo itax leaders.
$07.50 to $22.50
$30.00 to $19 00
$27.50 to $18 00
$37.00 to $22.50
$30.00 to $18.50
.$27.50 to $17.00
$27.50 to $18.00
mcrning, July 19th.
money b using the'B u 1 1 e t i n
field. The rate in proportion
Hawaii. :: :: :: :: ::
ruiiuiiu imu ine, mi ui uie iicmocrais,
SCULLY'S SIDE OF
Denies That Young Nelson Was Not
, Paid Exactly What He Was
.luck Scnllv, who la mnnnglng tlii
C'onloll-Biillhnn boxing match, la
Hindi winked lip out Ihu statement
Unit appeared In the morning paper
In which "Young Nelson" claims
thnt ho did not ie"elvu full payment
Tor two fights lie took part In.
Scully la umiultlng bin attorney
iihont the mutter mill his statement
lh ns follows:
Sparine Hdltor 13 n n I n k II it I
1 1 1 it - The SpO'tittg page of
tu Advertiser of the llilh Inst con
tilns what puriiorta to ho n signed
Ntiilcniont of one .liicU Trnverea, oth
rwlii' known to tho pugilistic to
ierlc of Honolulu lis "Yiiiiiir Nel
imu" intimating thnt I mil at the
prrMMil time llidibli'd to him, upon
tt.it lir. h.ih Ik ii li.ilniui' ililo for
hln llglilH with llafferty ami Dixon.
'I Ills is net ahum f.ili.o, hut in tin
le.roinhlo on ltn fair. In the llrat
place "Yoiiiir Nelson" never had
enough dam to Hairnnt p.ilng hi in
over $-T. Id ulone $1011. Anil lii
llii' fcuiiiiI place, If ho had n hona
llilu ililm, how Is It lint nt th Ik lute
Into he hasn't sued inn for the
an until? He niacin n Muff onto
Lofoio ttiiough iln nttorney In town
mill when he Wirt culled anil Invlteil
to sue he Rot cold fott. Not alone
ilu I n ol own (IiIh nun n lent, hut
lie Is Indebted fu tne at the preenr
t'l.io, He sofins to have forgott'ii
ilia! I put li t in on his feet anil p.lt
liliu In the wn of dining a few
ilnlhta liiini'sllj heslile giving hi hi
eiiipli)nient nt my -Ig.ir stand. 1
would suggest thai he tent tho crlty
nf hla stiilcnietil hj allow Iiir a con
timt with Cohen oi liny other
would he promoter lo pay him $100
for a light with nnjuudy.
'I h ml lug, ( ii fni uiur Hi'ne, I nm
I 'Allh H'feiiuie to thu claim' that
Wnli laul Is lo I nx fur Cohen, Scully
absolutely duties It. The mitlvo
I oy hia signed up Villi Scully, unit
will bu Pleeilin.iu of tho rif til Cav
. nlry at the Slur Theater an tho
jhauie ulRht iia the Snlllvnn-Corilcll
Mike I'attnn will lefcree the his
1 fiRht at tho Star 1 heater, he having
luciuuinij .MCKneiy una I oster, voted
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pgroed to ilu in last iili:ht Mike la
loo well known to ueeil mi rrinarkH
us to hla eapiihlllt) to llll the Job,
nmt the put) Ic can rest annul oil thnt
hla decision a 111 be on the merits of
the an, and 'hat he will atnnil for no
funny bualn sa.
i The t-ont'-st between Cordoll nhil
Sullivan will aettlc, once and for nil,
the claims of the light game to sup
port In this lt, and If cvctjthlng
is not ns It should bo thru It Is
goodb.ie to pugilism as n sport In
The last light between tiie two
men was a treat to watch, and both
showed thnt they wore masters of
the pontic nrt of self defense. Tho
public seems divided as to which Is
the better man of the two, and their
next mooting la being; looked for
ward to by everybedy.
It la n Rreat pity that two good
loxlng shows should clash, mid It
will 'not c'o t'le giiiie any good In
hnvc two management bilnglng oft
rival shows on the same night.
The public, do not care who brings
off tho big fight, m long an tho
mutch Is on the level, and although
""iv think Mr. Cohen Rot a had
deal, tho buxcis cannot. In the nb-
henco of a wiltten ngrcement, bo
I blamed for holing where they will
'Bit this mint money. Neither Sulll-
nn nor Cordell la In tho game for
their health, and as no proof has
been shown that either of them, had
n contact with the Orpheum man-
jngcuient, they arc at llbeity to light
whole they like.
It should be a great rontcst, and
ns Cordell knows what he la up
against now, lie will prolnhly open
up n lot and make the go willing
, f rom tho Hist tali of tho gong.
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.HEAD OF TRUST UNDER IN
QUIRY OF U. S. GRAND JURY.
.vASHrA&iyjY-a. tjvoms '
Washington ll.'Tliomua U lioiul of
the American otigar Itcllnlng Com
pany, which lias been Indicted by
the fedeial gland Jur In New York
City. So ctrefully lnvo the United
Stutes authorities proceeded with the
pi olilng of the sugar trust flint se
ciet bcivlco meil weio detailed to In
vestigate the asso:lutlons of each
member of the Jury. Tho Inquiry
was ordeied by Attorney (leneial
Wickershum after tho scnnatlonal
dlsclosuies following tho settlement
of the Ponns)lvania Sugar Iloflnlng
Company's suit against tho trust.
The grand Jury proceedings were In
chaigo of Henry A, Wise, attorney
for tho southern district of Now
WHY McENERY "LISTENED" s
Scnatbr Mct3nury of Louisiana la
rather hard of healing, but Is very
rollte. Ilu tenaciously held his beat
in tho Sonata chamber while Senator
Aldilch dellvoiod a Bpoech.
"I noticed 0ii listened to Senator
Aldilth very attentively," said a
friend, after adjournment.
"How's that?" deminded Senator
"You paid n great deal of attention
to Senator Aldrlch's speech!" bawled
tho friend, Senator McI3ncry grlnneit
iiint umiuilH mo or mo story or
the Cieolo down In Ixiulslunn," Son-nloj-
McKnery said. "He met n north
em man named Hi own In tho hotel.
Dionn was 111, My Creole' friend
nirnhlzcd "Ith hlnf and when ho
left told 'Brown when ho felt hotter
I to rend around to his houso and get
nib inn hi nun carruiBQ ior a unto.
"In ii few dis lliown ha I recover
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,"i. iiu pent u no minimi mi lliu
Cieola's rig. 'Why, haven't any hoito
l(n eaiilage,' said tho Qieolu. 'Hut )oit
told Mr. Brown to send around for
them when ho got well enough to
di Ho out,' piotoatod the boy
"'Oh, holljMhat vuib politeness." re
sponded my Cieolo fileud.
"Tim tnith Is, I didn't hear n word
of Aldrlch's speech."
M Id Attaclt of Ptcnslne Poisoning
Molest'i July I As a n.ult of
itlug sllshtlv tainted meat at u bii
'lectin In onmrtlu'i with Hie IinTc
"ii tic.Kjj' celebutlon at Oakd lie
ostordity ,iit least 1,000 persons mo
siUTeilng from n mild attack of pto
liialnu poisoning. Nonu Is beriouLly III,
Beretania, near Aula Lane.
Wm. Donthitt General Manager
Sumlav. July lEth. 1909, 1:30 d. m.
KAL1HI vs. U. S, MARINES.
3:30 p.m. .
J. A, CLUB vs. CHINESE A. C.
Grand Stand 25r and 15c
Scats on sale at Wall, Nichols A
Co., Kinc St., and A. B. Arleigh &
Co.. Hotel St.
Corner Maunnkea and Paualil streets
Sensational Trick Cyclists.
Extraordinary Head Balancers and
Wirewalker and Tumbler.
Riding in a Cage Upon Perfectly
LATEST MOVING PICTURES.
.15:. 23c, 50c and 75c
New Tcilure Film.
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. The Park
Open Air Theater
Fort Streeti Below Beretania,
"THE WOLF HUNT."
Other films will be shown and a
eood musical protrram rendered.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
Children 5 cents
In addition to regular moving
ENTIRE NEW PROGRAM.
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c, 15c, 25o
OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE.
Reserved m .... .,, 15o
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
BOSTON RESTAURANT. .
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENED COOK.
f Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
nmera come back.
r Wcekl Edition of the Evening
Bulletin glvek complete summary o'
'he new, nf th day.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY '
Commission Is Adj urned
Until Th) Coming
The Territorial Commission of
Public Instruction has considered
Itself pan, and Its units havo retired
I to their homes on the various Is
lands, The next meeting will not
be held until January unless some
I In porta nt matter comes up,
The board has left the transfer
once of applications, etc., to Super
intendent Babbitt and the two com
missioners here. The 'long roll ot
teachers has been gone over, and the
j routine Is now all that remains. The
commission Is desirous of giving all
teachers' notices of appointment be
fore further publicity Is given to
One of the last notof tho commis
sion was to pass a resolution strik
ing out that portion of the rules
mid legulatlons which mide It ncces
wiry for all principals In n school
wherein over 200 pupils were en
rolled to have a giummnr certifi
cate. The commission dispensed with
tho rule, ns In the face of the fact
that many of the prlncipulstaught
lh the primary classes nmlTlint,
ttrlclly speaking, they wore execu
tive officials In u larger sense than
thev wero teachois. It was absurd.
Stipeilntendcnt Hnbhltt la busy
with his annual report to tho Uov
ON CITY HALL
He Believes Inve.vnun
h uld 3 Encour gtd
Supervisor A UK would llku to seo
tho City Hall erected on the inakul
WalklM unner or King and Ulshop
striets. Hn said so this moiuliig. He
believes that the City and County of
Honolulu should not only put up a
City Hall for the convenience of tlm
oTice.rs of tho clly, but that It should
elect a hall where some incomo may
Iiu derived from It.
"My point Is this," commenced Ay.
lett, "l wanLtho City Hall to be erect
ed where tho city mid Its taxpayers
may got some benefit from It. 1 would
like to see the City Hall contain somu
buvlneas offices, which may bo rented
out to those desliing them.
"The City ond County offices can be
put on tho ground floor, whllo tho sec
ond floor may ho divided Into office:,
and rented out. In this' way tho city
will be making some money. v
"I believe It Is a mistaken Idea to
causo tho City Hall to be elected on
tho Oorc site. It Is too far liom the
business center of town. When the
Federal Building Is erected on the Ma
huka site It will attract the people to
come there, because of the postofflce.
Tho City Hall, when erected on tho
site I am referring to, will make ono
of tho best Investments for the City of
Honolulu." "" '
To he up against a Police Officer
who Is not a Police Officer Is the
I latest development In Police circles.
L,nst evening at the Police Office It
was learned that some, man, and
stated to be a police officer, had been
seen to annoy some ladies and young
girls. Chler Leal Immediately start
ed an lncstlgatlon and hlmsolf com
menced to look for the offender.
Coining to tho corner of Merchant
mid Alakea streets he found his
man, and he was undoubtedly pass
ing himself as an officer of the law,
and Leal at once arrested him, He
pioved to be John Mllika, and after
the investigation hold on his case
today ha will coma up for trial to
(Continued from Vtst )
was set for 'July 1, He Is alleged to
havo Jumped his hail, and when his
ariest was requested by tho Internal
Jlevenue Department hcie, wont
inme back trom tho authorities on
Kauai that the man could not be lo
cated, Doyle and Thomas ran the case
down, discovered the still and seiz
ed the entlro outfit. They then
worked up tho evidence against the
moonshiner and brought the equip
ment baclc to Honolulu with them to
The matter was rofeired to United
States District Attorney Breckons.
Again he donned his Sherlock
Holmes ilg, and, taking Marshal
NEW COMMERCIAL ,
Station For Analysis Of
tA Conimcrclil Laboratory for Ha
waii. A thoiouhl) I'qulppud Institu
tion for tho scientific analysis of till
farm products. A foierunner of tho
entrance Into the commercial lite of
tho Islands the small farmer. Thu
'middleman If you i lease, rnr-slghlod
business tutu of Houolu u hnvo tccit
his tilllmute ton. Ins and the Commer
cial Lnboratniy Is one 'of the i.tepp.ug
stones. At the next meeting of thu
Merchants' Asstciallun thu subject will
be an all lunui taut one.
A letter has been rtc."lcit by Socio
tary Beindt fioni T. V. Sedgwick re
gaiding the now rehemu. Ills plan la
'to In to rout business men as p it runs,
and establish a lahratory where un ex
pert Inveatlgitlon and utialsla of all
product ol a farm cm ho imrltd on.
He volunteers lo ml without rompuii,
nation, ns consulting chemist. In (his
way he lioiH") lo esla')llahvwhat luia J
.long been a need on Ilia Islands. Ilof
mentions tlm Planters' Institution, thu
United States Lxperliueiitiil Station,
where few outside investigations can
bo carried on, and the College of Ha-
,wall, which Is piintlpilly for thu edu
cation of tho students. In nemo of
theso places could ugrtcultuial uxpeil
uicntB be conducted successfully und
er the pri'K'nt sstpm.
I, In loganl lo the few Inbrotoiy plin,
jMr Beindt ml I: Mil lSoil und ISllS
Hawaii srppllul tho entlro Pacific
Coast with pitatoe. A hcule final y ,
appeared an I pli)ed havoc with tho
I ciops. W In.l no eH'rl:uont il sta
tic ii at Unit time and pCJple bec'inm
ill"'c,uirag-,il and ouM niMim potalin"!.
Wo have tho toll and pel feet condi
tions. It Is inai vcluiH what can ha
jg.own hole. There Is no place In tiio
Iwoild when- Iit'i3 Is grtiA'cv; piosper
It j thin licit' all clri'iiniMtnncos being
titk"ii Into con idoittl'ii, but ono
wedgo wo hick lint it, the mid llonnn.
And lu Ih Iiiiiii I lo come. Smtar h:n
been king hole for joins. hut,thoin tint
other thlngi In sight. To build up Ha
waii we must iileo lnvo the small faim
er, and In .larger numbers. In order
to encourage and aid him. also lo pro
test his crops from ravages by Insi eta. i
a commercial, labintory would be ,i "
good thing, although I have not been
able to seo Just tho need of It now.
Hon over, the subject will bo discussed
at the next meeting."
Another mutter which will como be
foia (he Association will bo tho l'oil
oral building. Eighty bundled and for
ty thousand dollaisJins been appioprl
itted by Congress for tho building, uud
competitive bids wero advertised for.
but nothing has been done nor a cent
of the appropilatlon spent on tho work.
Efforts will be made by tho merchants
to huny matters up and seo if somu ac
tion cannot bo seemed In regard to tho
Tho Nntlonsl Guard of Hawaii will
form another imiiortant theme for tho
members to'dlsriiBs. The last Legis
lature appropriated money toward re
cruiting and equipping the regiments
up to their full strength. Tho needs
of tho Natlonul Guard will, however.
prove fur beyond tho amount appropri
ated, and ns to what tho best plan to
proceed on, will bo tho aim of tho
1 An Important meeting of the Ka
incliameha AIumni Association will
he held tonight In its club house on
Fort street. All the members and. i
other Knmeliamclia students uie to-
quested to be piesent in order to
hear the report of n special commit
tee selected to investigate the cdu
lutlonn! standard of the schools.
Other matters of Importance will
also be brpught to the attention of
tho meeting, which commences
promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
W BULLETIN ADS PAY -Sjpj
v4 Y 44,
Hendry with him, left for Kauai last
night. Tho officers urilvcd nt Na
wlllwlll about midnight, and secur
ing a ilg diove overland. At :i
'o'clock they leached Wuhlawa and
round their man.
In view of the recent investiga
tion of Illicit stilling on Kauai, unci
tho leport made to tho annul Jury,
also their action, tho leflectlon on
I the local nuthorlties In tho mutter
indicates they were lux In perform-
iiik iiit-ir uuues, ns eviuenceu by
thls'cttse, and the remnrknbly quick
time In which the man was nnested
by Breckons nnd Hendry nfter tho 1
local officers bald they tould not lo
cato the man,
Chief Deputy Johnston this morn
In grecelved a wireless from Mr.
Breckons, In which he fsnld "Have
man." The priboner Will bo brought
to Honolulu und arraigned in the
United States Court on tho charge
Of the Illegal sale of llnimr. Ilnth
Deputies Doyle and Thomas deserve
great credit for the thorough man-
nor In which they secured tho ovl-
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