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VOL. XI. NO. 440O.
ACTION OF BOARD
IS NOT LEGAL
Quotes Law To Support
His Position; Threatens
SVTS SUPERVISES BROKE
FAITH WITH HIM IN MATTER
City's Chief Executive After the
Scalp of Aylett on the Grounds
of Last Night's Action.
Major For n la cry Indignant at
certain (it tlio Supcnisois (ivcr their
tilaiiil tiil.cn lust night over the ap
pointment or certain Inspectois, anil
fajH lie will Institute proceedings In
(unit with n low u usccitnliiliig
whether tliclr action In throwing
oul A. K. Williams, l'lsli Inspector,
and Joseph H. Duino, Sanitary In
Bppi'lor, Is Illegal. Tlio Mayor sajs
Hint nuoidlng to the law, tlio
n. lines hIiouIiI Iiiivo been drat sub
mitted to him or approval, then
subsequently passed on liy tlio Iloarl
with hla appioviil, whlih they fail
ed to do.
Tlio Major declares tho Hoaid's
action in appointing I.. C. I.ano and
Thomas II, Ciimnilngs iik I'lsh and
Sanitary Inspectors to (III the uncx
plieil terms of thu old mull and en
tlicly wit limit precedent, and that It
Is hla opinion that Wllllnma anil
Durao are entitled to their salary
for Urn remainder of thu ttmo cover
ed hy the bIx moiitha' appioprlatlon.
Seel Ion SI (f Art 118 Is icfcricd
to hy tho Major uh supporting hla
position In the matter, which reads
"Tlio Major, with tho nppiovnl of
the licit cl of Supervlsois, shall ap
point all olIUuis of the City nnd
County whoso election or appoint
ment In not otheiwlso Bpeclnlly pro
vided for In thla Charter or by law.
When n vacancy oicuia In any ot
itic, mid piovlslon la not otheiwlso
nindo In thla Charter or hy law foi
filling the s.inip, ho Major, with
uneli nppintal, shall appoint a sull
ahle perMin to till such acancy, who
sh.ill hold cifllco for the remainder
of the unexpired term."
Deputy County Attorney Mllvcr-
tiui holds that thla section la Incor-
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clothing in the
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shipsubsidyistheouR RECENT FILIPINO
Special Committee Named
To Confer and Press
DIFFERENCE OF OPINION AS
TO COASTWISE SUSPENSION
Vnn Wnmm Mnlrpn Strong PIph for
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more amps to uring lounsis
nnd Favors Complete Suspen
sion of Aibitrary Regulations.
Ship suhsldy for HnwaJI Klrst.
Tenipornry suspension of coast
wise l.iw Second.
Such was tho prevailing senti
ment of tho Met chants' Association
at Us special meeting hold this
inoinlng, and I'd Towso wiih tho nil
Ilior of a motion that passed, clciolv
Ing upon tho special committee of
live appointed to present to tho vis
iting CoiiRicssmcn tho transporta
tion piolilein existing hero, tho urg
ent need of moie vessels to (alio caro
of tho rapidly Incicnslng trade, nnd
ask that Hawaii ho Riven tho bene
fit of tho ship suhsldy law,
"Then If wo fall In that," Bald Mr.
Towsc, "let ua press our demands for
n temporary suspension of tho coast
dlso law. I liollove, however, that if
wo nsk this' first, thcro will ho oppo
sition from thoso in nhsoluto author
ity nt Washington, nnd thoy will
not rIo tia consideration. Tho
Jiihsldy Is an old la wot high repute,
mil dignified action on our part la
Mr. von llnmm called attention to
tho i mildly Inei casing tourist tunic,
tho fact that tourists hno failed to
reach ho for lack of nccommu'dn
tlona on Ameilcan steamships, nnd
hat while ho hellovcd .Mr. Scliwerln
.vould ninlio good hla piomlso to In--reaso
tho niinilier of .vessels, bo
lueen hero and tho mainland, jet
wo needd u suspenalon of tho coast
wise law, so that tourlstB could luino
on foiulgu ships cm tho sumo hatls
is Amcilc.in hoata.
"I for one," said Ooncrnl Sopor,
"don't tal.o tiny "stock In what Mr.
Hchwcilu sajs. Wo know how ho
has acted In tho past. I liellcva wo
should muKu n light to tlio last ditch
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Over five hundred agricultural workers from the Philippine have come la this port since the immigration pro
ject In charge of L-E. Plnkham w.it started.' These people come from the southern Islands of the Philippine group
where the climatic and agricultural s irroundlngs are. much 'the tame as In Hawaii. As will be noted from the
photograph of the men taken In the f! Id they are wejl appetrlng people and the re-ort from the plantations of
their work arc very satisfactory. The flrct Immigrants went to Kahuku, a later lot went to Olaa plantation and
those coming In on the Chlyo Maru Friday have tucn distributed between Ewa, Walalua and Honolulu planta
tions. Same of the women of the party photographed while seated In one of the parks Manager Adams has pro.
vlded at Kahuku are shown on snath her page of this. Issue.
totals 27,120 tons
tt A wlicloss fiom Makuwcll an St
ft noimeca that Makuwcll plantii- tt.'
tt Hon, officially known as Hawaiian tt
tt Sugar Company, finished grind- tt
tt Ing Inst night after having taken tt
tt off a. ciop of 27,120 tons. This tt
tt total Includes tho sugar from the tt
tt finy & llohliison lauds, tho tt
tt nniuuiiL fiom Makuwcll fields ho. tt
tt lug In thu vicinity of 21 0U0 tons, tt
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DIES AT SEA
Leaves His Vessel
Last Port Of
When the hark St. Catherine reached
Ullo List Thursday, it was to bring the
news that Captain Herbert, who has
long commanded her,' had niado his
last Mijago, found his last anchorage,
nnd has taken his post on u newer
and it brighter Vessel. Ho died cm tho
second day out fiom San Kranclsco
mid thu lulunti) of thu lK-ilny tilp was
iiindo with tho hark iimhor thu com
mand of tho first mato.
, Kiom tho meager roisirts that hiuo
reached Honolulu tho c.iuso of thu
captain's death r.iiiuot ho learned, but
Iho news of It will ho heard of with
Aoirnw hy Ihu many frleinlB ho has
niado In his many cruises- to thu Ha
i:xok!.u:nt home siti:s.
SUA VI BW
Real Estate Department
Hawaiian Trust Company,
Bulletin Advertising is Good
ON W INTREPID
Further consideration of tho details
of thu plana for Iho reception of tho,
Congressional delegation coming on
iho Slhurln Monday was taken up nt
ho meeting of tho uxecullvo commit
eo held this morning In Ihu olllco of
'lovcinor Krear. J'rlnco Kuhlo pre
sided and thu most impoitant (pica
Don that came up for solution was
tlio matter of finances.
Tho l.e?lshtuio Intended that about
S5WI0 or thu S20,nnn appropriation
thoiild ho saved to ho used lis uu nux
illaiy fund In connection wild thu re
ception of distinguished gilcstK of thu
Territory within Iho coin so of thu
next two j cars hut from thu outlook
it docs not seem possible to uavc any
of thu money.
It was definitely decided this morn
ing that tlio reception committee will
meet nt thu Matson wharf when thu
Siberia Is sighted and will then board
the Intrepid with Merger's hand nnd
go outside, eliding mound thu Pacific
Mull liner and finally escorting tho
steamship Into tho harbor.
When thu Siberia docks n paity of
lei gills will hau Ihu right of way us
i.oon as tho gung plunk Is lowered mid
will dceoralo each member of thu Con
gressional party before they step oulo
Tho details of Iho O.ihu itinerary nl
icady published havu boon left large
ly In tho hands of Frank Thompson,
who will mnko thu necessary iirrnngu
moiit fur tho automobile trips, mid
other things that find n placu cm tin
To the Palm for
It is Fresh
Hotel near Union.
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful driven. Prompt service.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE. Telephone 361.
Times Advertising For Sillers and Buyers
AUUST 28, 1900. 1G PAOES.
FOR LATE C. M. COOKE
tt Thu public funciul BorvlcrTSVer tt
tt tho ashes of tho lato C. M. Coou tt
tt will bo hold In Central Union tt
tt church nt 3:30 Sunday afternoon, tt
tt Itov. Dorcmus Scudder will con- tt
tt duct tho service, which will ho tt
tt very tliuple. l"rom tho rhurch tt
tt thu ashes will ho convoyed to tt
tt the little cemetery of thu Hawaii tt
tt mi Mission Children in tho Ka- tt
tt walahao church yard mid thcro tt
tt Interred. .The pall hearers nil) tt
tt he I' C. Jones, Itcv. Hans Iscn- tt
tt berg, S II, Dolo Itobert Lowers, tt
tt Win. II. Castle, (leorgu R. Carter, tt
tt Dr. A. D. Clark, K. F. Ulshop und tt
K Jns. A. Kcnndy. tt
An answer has been filed In tho Cir
cuit Court by Lydln Moldctihnuor, ouo
of the defendants named In tho case
of I.. L. McCandlesa ngalust W. It.
Castle, trustee, administrator of tho
estate of Iho Into Joshua It. Williams.
In the courso of her answer Mrs.
Moldenlmuer denied that tlio property
In dispute had been devised in trust to
W. It. Castle mid also that tho defend
ants In executing tho deed understood
that they weio corn, eying property
held In fco simple and not mi Interest
In tho estate.
Dlsnk books of all sorts,' ledgers,
fctc, manufactured by the Bulletin
Vn' tlshlna f'lmitwn-i
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt a tt tt tt tt
Tho transportation conunltteo was
allowed $1000 for tho coat of tho Inter
BIO YOU FORGET?
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LURLINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at its best now,
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
$1.00 to $35.00.
Our Ship Is
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 28. The
test of the new battleship North
Carolina, of the drcadnaught type,
was completed today. The latest
addition to the U, S. navy has set a
new mark and stands the fastest in
her class. In four hours' 'run. the
battleship made an average speed
of 18.88 knots, the maximum speed
during that period being 20.52
ARDEN. N. J Aug. 28. Jacob
Schiff, the financier who is stopping
at the Harriman home, stated to-Tn
that there is no intention of placing
Mr. Harrimoa under the knife. An
operation is not contemplated, he
says. It is very difficult to obtain
any reliable information as to Mr,
Japan To Have
T0KI0, Aug. 28. It is announced
today that Japan will build three
3, C CO-ton cruisers in its scheme for
the development of the navy. These
are presumably for light work in
RHEIMS, France. Aug. 28. Glenn
H, Curtiss, the only American com
peting in the aviation tests here, has
won the International Aviation Cup
and the cash prize of $3,000. Cur
tiss with his monoplane made twelve
and forty-two hundredths miles in
fifteen minutes, fifty and three-fifths
seconds. Bleriot, the Frenchman,
who gained fame by his flight ncross
the English Channel, made one Ian
of six and twenty-one hundredths
miles in seven minntes, forty-seven
and four-fifths seconds. This estab
lished a record for the distance.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 290.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
BASEBALL, FOOTBALL. B0WLINO. RUNNING. SPRINT
ING AND GYM SHOES.
We have just received a bie shipment of Witchell
Sheill Co.'s athletic shoes, and we desire to call the atten
tion of all baseball players to our new tan willow calf
hand-made baseball shoe. It's a pippin.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Phone 282.
ttS-JM'f -HftrW- 'y'T'ftW-ffili'fe'fr
,tMim immpmmmm'u Mwwwwrwi hw-ju-i. tizasrmm
Strangers in Honolulu, who aro
without homes, will find the right
place quickly by using Bulletin
Want Ads, Oldtimers with housw
to rent, can best do it by using Bul
letin Want Ads.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Plans Show Features
Long Needed By
WILL BE INCREASED
New Honolulan Will Be Tut Exclu- '
sivcly on San Frnncisco-Honolu- i
lit Run and Is Specially Built
to Carry Fresh Fruit.
It has remnlneil for the Amerlran
llnwiillau Compnnj, which has for
long upheld the Hag of Iho American
Men hunt Marine on Hie Pacific, to
furnish Honolulu with what Hono
lulu has needed, hut has never had.
This Is the steamship Honolulan, tho
plans of which are now in tlio ulllcn
f C I. Morse, general agent of tho
The ideas Iik orpin nled Info her
plana .ire imliio on the I'acillc, hut
hae lieen III uc on 111" Atlantic tor '
null)' Jiars. Thn pilurlp.il finluru
In her uuistinclioii Is n refrigerator
sjstem hy which she will ho nhlo to
transport about l.r.Oll ton's of fresh
fruits on ccry run, Shu has been
specially built to carry fresh banan
as and pineapples, on models long
in use on bents pljing between Cen
tral America and tho West Indies
and New York These Atlantic boats
aro continually bringing lo Manhat
tan und New Orleans in my tons
weekly of fruits that nrrho ready
for market, although shipped when
almost perfectly ripe. Tho principal
hntinna port In Cenernl America,
I'oit Lemon, alone sends Ihu ship
ments that supply tho middle states
and Miuthcrn California, l-o-c An
nies rcceUes almost nil her h.uiauas i
la New Orleans, although Hawaii
should ho just as near to her.
The freight capacity of tho new T
boat, built for nnd named after Ho
noliilnna, is approximately 8,000
tons, nnd late changes In her plans
enlarge her passenger capacity from
the original thlity-slx lo forty-two.
She will ho put excliiBhely on tho
Honolulu-Sau Francisco run,
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BERLIN, Aug. 28. Count Zcppe
lin on board his monster nirsliip is
ccpccted to arrive here tonight. j
SAN TRANCISCO, Aug. 28. Su
gar Beets, 88 annlysis, Us Gd.
Parity, 4.43 cents. Previous quota
tion, Us 9 3-4d.