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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 31, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVKMNO' mJLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, AUGUST'S!, '09.-
Get Ready For
qHE REMNANT SALE
--. begins Wednesday morn-
at p o clock, and will
Thousands of short
lengths from all departments
left over from our big clear
Lengths suitable for
skirts, children's dresses,
shirt, waists and some dress
Bromide Enlarging ArtnPi"
O O . small K
icturcs made from
NEED OF ASSISTANCE.
DILLINGHAM MISSION'HIGH AIR COURSE
Text of Document Passed by Irriga
tion Congress at Spokane Shows
Necessity of Reclamation. (
1'ollowlng Is the text of the Ha
waii reclamation resolution thnt wm
Introduced nnd passed by n unani
mous tc nt tlic Nntlonnl Irrigation
Congress 11014 at Spokane, Washing
Cor. Fort & Bcrctania Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. TaKe a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, 'Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
1 84 Hotel St. Phono 1110
HIGH-CLASS PAFEB-HANOING. DECORATING,
AND .GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
"Whereas, tho rapidly growing
commercial nnd naval Interests of
the United States uixm tho Pacific
Ocean cmphnslzo tho strategic valuo
of tho Hawaiian Islands to tho na
"Whcrcns, to ennblo the Territory
of Hawaii to respond to tho duties
placed upon It thcro Is required on
tho Islands n large, vlgorousf sclf
lcllant American community; and
"Whereas, the Territory of Hawaii
In what has already been done, In
cluding tho receilt luvylng of a spe
cial Incomo tax to assist Immigration
nnd encourngo tho conservation of
natural resources, has approached
tho limit of Its own riblllty In an
effort to develop tho country along
trndltionnl American lines; nnd
"Whereas, It appears that ono of
tho most practicable ways to sccuro
tho necessary Increnso of actual
American homes In tho Territory Is
through tho extension to Hawaii of
tho Federal Kcclutnntlon Act; thero
foro bo It
"KcMihail, thnt tho National Ir
rigation Congress urges tho Con
gress of tho United States to extend
ho Hcclnmntlou Act of Juno 17.
1902, to tho Territory of Hawaii."
(iorcrnor Frenf received a letter
from Superintendent of PubMc In
struction Ilabbltt showing tho na-
luro of tho work thnt lay beforo tho
Hawaii delegation to tho National
Irilgatlon Congress. In tho courso
of his letter to tho Governor ' Mr.
"1'rlor to tho first meeting a cau
cus was held and Mr. Hosmcr elect
ed chairman of tho delegation.
Lnlor tho following officers wero
named ; Mr. Hosmer, honorary vice
president nnd member of tho resolu
tions commltteo; Mr. Taylor, mem
ber of tho permanent organization
commltteo; Mr. Knudtcn, member of
tho credentials committee, nnd Mr.
Illnckmiiu of tho cxccutlvo commit
tee. Hawaii was tho first delegation
to hand In Its list of officers.
"Tho campaign of tho delegation
lias been ona largely of making
fi lends for the resolution that haB
been Introduced, rather thnn nn at
tempt to forcn Its passagft by argu
ment. Mr. Hosmcr delivered his nrt-
dress yesterday afternoon, which wn
well received and niacin n good Im
pression. Wo hnvo distributed n
largo amount of information nn Ha
waii among tho delegates, having
brought ii supply from Seattle Alo
ha buttons have also been given to
nearly nil of tho delegates. Cross
toads maps of tho Pacific and maps
of tho Islands wero also Kent to tho
headquarters of each delegation.
"Various members of tho delega
tion have bcCn working hard to
mnko friends for Hawaii, and such
friends havo been doing splendid
work fcir us. Mr. Newell lias hern
our constant, adviser nnd hns ren
dered Invaluable assistance."
As predicted, tho resolution was
passed without opposition and tho
National Irrigation Congress went
on record ns favoring tho extension
of tho reclamation 'act to tho Tcrri-
8 United States Senator William U
St 1'. Dillingham of Vermont, chair- U
St man of the Congressional Immt- it
SS gratlon Commission, of which SS
SS William It. Wheeler of this city SS
SS is a member, In In this city en SS
SS toutu to tho Hawaiian Islands, U
SS whero ho and Wheeler will Inves- SS
SS tlgato Immigration conditions, SS
tt Bays tho San Francisco Call. Tho JS
tt Insular government has made re- St
SS pented requests to tho commls- SS
SS sion that Is Inxcstlg-itc tho lm- St
SS migration question there. With tt
tt what many governmental nfllclnM tt
St belloo to bo a surfeit of Oriental tt
tt labor anil n lack of prngrcssltp St
tt European settlers tho Hawnllans tt
tS would have Congress pass laws SS
tt which might hnc tho effect of SS
tt directing European Immigration SS
SS (ownrd tho Sandwich Isles. Sen- SS
SS ator Dillingham slid: tt
tt "Mr. Wheeler nnd I nro going tt
tt thero simply to look ver tho SS
St field, to meet with tbo govern- SS
St mental omrlals and tho rummer- SS
SS clal nnd labor interests of tho SS
SS Islands and to report to Congress SS
SS on what their ileslies, opinions tt
tt and needs may be. I do not know SS
tt now what tho Islands wish In tho SS
tt matter of legislation or what their SS
8 Immlgintlon dinirultles are. Hut tt
St frequently tho onirl.ils have asked tt
tt tho Immigration commission (n tt
tt lslt the islands and we nro about St
SS to comply with Hint request. Wo t
SS shall luao San Frniirirrii on next SS
tt Saturday nnd will be In the lit- SS
SS lands about two or tlueo weeks. St
tt Our experts havo collected stalls- tt
St ttcs and data on the conditions St
SS thero. With tho survey of tho Is- tt
SS lands tho commission will havo SS
St completed practically Its Invcstl- SS
SS gallon into tho Immigration prob- SS
St lcms of tho United States" tt
s: . it
tt tt tt tt tt ss tt tt tt ts ti ss tt ti ts tt v
Engineer Gere Explains the Cause of
Dead Man's Name Appearing on
Payroll Took Kaahu for Koia
Matter Straightened Out.
CURTISS RECORD FLIGHT
Picturesque Flight of American In
Which He Lowered Speed Rec
ord and Made Good in Endur
1 B. R. House and Lot, Alewa $ 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Huu-
anu Valley 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwai
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kapa
lama I. GOJ
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1.125
etc , etc., etc.
At a recent tesslon of tho Hoard of
Supervisors Aylctt called attention
to the fact thnt thero was a dead
man on tho county and city engi
neer's payroll drawing n salary.
Tho statement caused somo stir, for
thero was an Intimation of "graft"
In tho announcement If true
An explanation of tho mnttcr,
however, by Engineer Qcro puts nn
entirely different faco on tho prop
osition. Ho says:
"Wo hnil two men on tho payroll,
Snm Kaahu and .lucoh Kola. One
of them died recently and I thought
It was Kola, I naturally credited
tho four (lays' time coming to him to
Sum Kunhu, not knowing tho differ
ence. When tho matter was called
to my nttenllon, I went to Auditor
Ulckncll, nnd with his approval tho
name of Kaahu was scratched off and
tho amount rhedltcd to Koln. Kaa
hu had nothing coming at tho time
of his death. It was simply a caso
of inlstnkcu Identity." Tho amount
Involved is $11.
Ithclma, Aug. 23 dlcnn II Curtlss,
tho American aviator, and M. Paul
ham, representing Franco, dhldcd
honors of the second day of aviation
week, tho former In a thrilling flight
beforo dusk, In which he lowered the
speed record for tho course, which,
mcasiires fi t-5 miles, to live minutes
35 2-5 seconds; tho latter making two
Impressive high altitude flights of H
nnd CG kilometers respectively In the
endurance test for the Prix do la
Had Abandoned Hope.
Ciirtls'rcrformanee began Just ns
tho time limit for 'the start of the Prix
rtd la Champagne.' was expiring, when
tho American Enthusiasts had aban
doned hope of 'seeing their rcprcsentn'
tlvo tako the field. Ulcrlot only a few
minutes beforo had clipped 10 rcconds
off Lofcvro's record.
Suddenly, nt tho 'end of tho field n
cry went up; "Tho American is start
. All cyog wefo slrafneil to that par
ticular p'jih't, when Courtlnml Held
lllshop, president of tho Aero Clubiof
AmVrlcii, nnd n crowd of other ad
mirers surrounded Curtlss.
A Terrific Pace.
Willi a preliminary run along tho
ground of 100 )nrds 'ho lnachlua roso
lightly and shot by tho tribunes at
a height of CO feet. It was gnlti3 at a
terrific pace, with the wing lovel ns
a piano. Curtlss modo tho last torn
lindcr tlio mistaken Impression that
tho finish lino was closer. Ho descend
cd m close to earth that many thought
ho touched, but, perceiving her error
he mounted quickly, crossing tho line
majestically. An Instant later the slg
nnl was hoisted that ho hail mado n
Curtlss said that he had not pdshed
his machine to Its limit, adding that
(hi) most Interesting Incident of his
flight wiis the vlow ho got bf his fallen
rivals strewn around tho course.
Tho American aviator Intends now
to nwalt patiently the. Internationa
event for tho James Oordon Dennett
cup Saturday for which ho is again the
favorlto, after which ho will try for
tho Prix do la Vitesse, tho final of
which will be contested Snturday.
Paulham nVkes Record.
Pnulham also mado n record In the
endurance test today, but I-cfovrc,
Snmrnor, Snnclils-Pesn, nicrtot, Do la
Orange, Lambert, Cockburn, Ilunnu-
Varllla. Cobrcn, Latham, Tissandler
nnd Farman qualified with flights vary
lug from 200 meters to 25 kilometers
tho majority contenting themselves
with covering sufficient distance to got
within tho limit.
During Paulham's long flight chance
races UKilt placo between him nnd
Ulcrlot and I-ofovrc.Uio two latter out
speeding the high filing Pnulham
Ulcrlot annenred while Paulham war
completing his" fourth round and with
bis eight horsepower monoplane, swift
ly overhauled nnd, passed tho biplane
leaving It 'far behind. '
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Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St
On Display at.oiir Garage
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Small investors can avail
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A Gas Stove
ALEXANDER YOUNO BLDQ.
Expert work at mortcrat" orices.
DIES IN HOSPITAL
THE WITHERS CONCERT8.
ory bt Hawaii:
.' . IT! 5
All kinds of electrical work by
Union Electric Co.,
jf-'ort and Berctania Sts.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Guaranteed to prove
for booklet to P. 0.
dive it a trial,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS,
Weekly BUIIetlh, $1 Year
NO TRICK AT ALL
To buy a piano or an 88-noto l'l.iyer
i'lano nt tho waioionmii of tho Thayer
I'lanii Co., llluhnp and Hotel KtrectH,-
F.vcry piano Is marked In plain fig
ures nt lis trui commercial value,
I'rlceij rango from $250 to $1150 clllior
for cash or monthly payment within
livery Instrument nbscilutoly now,
"xcoptlng two bargain tuloi,
Dr. Altherley was runt Inck In tho
Iiihuiio Asylum by onler of tho Lunacy
Commission, which rendered Its deci
sion laht night, Tho doctor mado a
ion;? address to tho coimnlafloti bo
fore ho wiih iluully pronounced nn In
"A nnut welcome and absolutely en
Joynblo evening was experienced last
night by Colombo," Is tho way the
Ceylon Lender puts it In xpctikltrg of
the Herbert Withers Concert Com
pany, which appears hero on Monday
Light, 'Soul" is tho keynoto of Mr
Withers' perforninnro on tho cello,"
William C Itno, n' well-known cm- continues tho Leader, "and It Is a
ployo of tho Honolulu Iron Works, nolo. not always struck by musicians
died last night ut tho queen's lliupt- visiting here. Tho dlfucult piano tcoro
till. Tho funeral services will he or tho sonata was rendered In the samo
held today nt St. Andrew's Cntlic- H'lrlt nnd wllh perfect sympathy by
dral nt 3:30 o'clock, tho Interment mo. Hliy nnd tho Idea of a duet was
being In Nuunnii cemetery. caicely suggested, so harmonlnui war
Mr. Una wus tin expert mechanic !' wholo, Tho mysterious and noblo
for tho Honolulu Iron Worhs, whoro heauty of tho llrolg music was empha
ho had been employed continuously Jlied and hi ought without our ken by
for tiilriv.uw, vram. II,. was bom Uils lino interpretation. Mr. "Charles
in Hngland Murclt 30, 1851. and Dennett, tho famous baritone, followed
tamo to Honolulu October 18, 1877. with 'Aceo ami (Inlatoa, and 'O ttud-
Thoso surviving him hero nro dler Than tho Cherry.' Mr. Hewlett
Mrs. W. L. Lylo, Mrs. W. B. Hover- ' young hnrltono possoBSlng a voice
eux und Charles II. Uoe. Six of of lino tono and flexibility, heard to
his brothers still llvo In England. host nijvnntago In tho Handel music."
At tho tlmo of his death ho was Tho Withers Company Is certainly
nn uctlvc member of Cnptnln Cool; ono of tho Ftr(ongost groups of concert
Lodgo Order Sons of St. Cleorgo, also artlsles oer lioird hero unit nn one
rliould iiiIku nn opportunity to llrtcn tt
Sfotir machine will be ready ftr
on when we say it will be. Wi
lou't expcriiueut ou autos; we repaii
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, Experi Work. , .
King, near South.
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" Kins; and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
One of the YAWMAN & ERIE
LABOR-SAVINQ SECTIONAL FIL
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line of the Y. & E. goods.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE 00.
nu active member of tho Hawaiian
Engineering Association, Ho was u
Republican and had rendered vnlua
bio services during tho campaign.
Illnnk books of all sorts, lodgers,
etc., manufactured by tbo' Ilullolla
curb splendid luurlc. Scats will bo on
rnlo nt tho Ilergnlrom Music sloro on
Wednesday mnrnlmj nt 10 o'clock for
the two concerts', Monday, September
6 nnd Wednesday, September 8.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Bcretania hi., Opp, 6achi
"For Salt" cards at. Bulletin. ,
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BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
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