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Lenlil Cliiiptrr .No, '- Urs
Honolulu Cliaplrr Nn. I
Regular ". p. in.
Hawaiian Third IHpnc
::ii) i. in.
Honolulu Second llt'itm-.
Alolm Temple Special.
All visiting memben ol tnt
Order art cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. E. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 5,
ttAWAIlAN'TRIBE.No. 1, 1. 0. R. M
Meeta every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knlghti ot
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dally Invited to attend.
Jt. FOSTER. Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. o R.
HONOLULU AEEIE, UP, ". 0. E
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot oach month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
litretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles r.r Invited to at
oi:o. a. davis w. r.
WM. C. McCOV, Sec.
B0K0LULU IQBQE, 016, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 81B, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting Iirothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUOHERTT, E. R.
OEO. T. KMJEQEL. Sec.
WJf. KoKINLEY LODQE. NO. 8,
Meets evsry 2nd apd 4th Saturday
venlng at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ilerotanla, Visit
ing brother cordially lnvksd to at
F. Fi KII.DEY, C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It.' S.
Tlio following wireless messngo has
been recoiled by the agents from Iho
8. S. Wllhcluiina, bound for Hono
lulu: S. S. Wllholmlna, April Hi, 8 p. in.
4C0 miles from Honolulu. Flno
weather; sen Hinootli. 17 cnbin pas-
, songors; t steerage. I Ron tona cargo
for Honolulu. 31 xnelex mull for Ho
nolulu. 4C packages express matter
. fur Willis, p'urfio Ex. Co. S70 tons
cargo for IIIIo. Will arrive nu port
- early Tueiday morning- All well.
Tcrt ilayn from Honolulu to Seattle
was tlio tjtno ' logged by tho bono
transport Dlx that reached Pugct
Sound yesterday according to cables
received by tlio local bnincli of tlio
Merchants', Exchange. Tlio Dlx will
bo'rcmcniuPred ns having spent about
ten days hero in tlio dbouargo of some
11 vo thousand tons of Japanese coal
Notice Is beioby given tliat tbo tin-
dorslKiiod will shoot any dogs found oil
their rcoctlvo preinlnes lifter dark.
Owners tako warning!
J A JOHNSON.
W. T. SCHMIDT.
490l-.1t It. F llBAItDMOKI
8 "3 iiii'
On Display .Tuasday
MILTON & RArtSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Tel. 3033 5
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venlcnt and economical arrange.
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Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For In.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bullatln telephone numbers
have not. been changed with ths loca
tion of the paper. They remain the
same as printed In the teltphone direc
tory Business office, 2256 editorial
Autoi, 1 1 per hour, Lewis Stnbles.
It goes without saying thai every
thing Is Rest at Tlio Encore.
New stock of big nl"kio tablets for
snio at the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ofllco.
Tho fhcrniometer stoM at 8fS do
grees Fabreiibclt nl 12-30 lodny.
taiihl Chapter No. 2, O. E. S.. will
meet at 7.30 tonight In Masonic Tem
ple. Pay cash and nsk for green stamps.
They're free. Call at the show rooms
and sea what you get free for
(lay's and .loo Kalann's Locomobile
enn be found nt tbo Auto Livery;
The legislators were serenaded this
forenoon by the tlnwnllan band ploy
ing In tho Cnpitol grounds.
The sewing meeting of the Eplpluiny
Oullil will bo held nt the residence of
Mrs Illekcrton, Wnlnlao load, tills af
ternoon. Woodlawn, n portion of an cRtnto
of the Dllllnghaiim In Manoa valley,
will bo put on tho mnrket In n few
days In residence lots.
Egg rolling, by tho children ot tho
rlty, on tho lawn of (lovcrnor Krcar's
homo will lo the feature this urtor
noou between I and C o'rlnrk. Tho
Hawaiian band will bo thero with its
In ii n opinion written by Chief Jus
tice Robertson, tho Territorial Supremo
Court thi.i morning reversed the decree
uppcaU'd from In tbo cnxo of Mny K.
iimwn et ill. ngalnst Joscplilno Corn
well el nl.. noil remanded tho cnso ti
tbo Circuit Court for proceedings. In
conrnrinlty with the llndlngs.
The ease Involved properly In tbo
Kul.i district. Maul. It bring held In tbo
I 'In ult Court that the l.uuN could not
io partitioned without working Injus
tleo to the cotonants. and a cotnmli
sloncr's sale was ordered.
A debate Involving tho right nod
propriety ot the Senate Inquiring- Into
tho machinery ot tho Territorial ov
eriiinetit pirclpltated u lliely debute In
Hie Senato this morning In which Sen
atorH Futrchlld, .luild, Cecil Drown mid
House Joint Resolution No. 7 was
tho causa of tho discussion, provid
ing tor the appointment of u commit
tee to enuutre Into the administration
ot tho public lands and tho home
The Judiciary Committee roporlcd
that tho resolution wan opposed to the
piovlslons of tho Organic Act uml
recommended that It bo tabled. In
spite of this conclusion it was nassod
on bccouil reading and came up for
mint reading inisiinornliig,
Judd stated that ho was In favor
ot any measure that would throw
light on tho government's work but
Insisted that tho resolution as writ
ten was worthless.
"If wo aro going to luivo nn Inquiry
let us bavo n real ono." stated Kiilr
chlld. "Tills resolution Is cither a
bluff or Is simply liu'oinpolent. Tlio
Oovcrnor can put It In Ills pocket mid
that is the end of It. Wo havo nil
heard tho charges ngalnst tho homo
steading policy nnd tho disputes Hint
have nrlscn. If thero Ih anything
wrong wo want to know It hut. not
by beclouding tho Issue with a re
solution like this."
Senato Hill No. 131, glilng tlio
Hoard of StiKrvisors of tho city mid
County of Honolulu additional powers
oer tho (streets and highways passed
third reading with a full vtoo.
Sonato Illll No. 133, relating to
couipuiEory aucnottiicc or tho public
schools and making eighteen years
tho maximum, passed with a full vote.
Senato Illll No. I3, relating to tlio
rules of tho Commission of Public
Instruction, pasecd unanimously.
Hoiibo Illll No. 219, appropriating
$20,000 for prcfercuco rights hold by
tho ICjipIiilanl csjuto, uaxe.l with n
full vote. ,
AFTER M, MY
A City and County physician to suc
ceed Dr. Bruco V. Macknll, renlgiiod,
must bo found nnd receive appoint
ment by tho tlmo that tho noxt ru
gnlar meeting of tha Board of Buporr
visors is held tomorrow ovculng.
This Is Ihc situation that at nros-
ent confronts tbo City and County bo.
Iir, Maehall's rcslgnntloii tsken- of
foct tomorrow. Ho Is doslroiw of
stopping down nnd out, but Is wlllin;
to Induct his successor Into oinro.
tncrofciro is nnxloim lint a new olll-
cor ho secured without delay.
The City l-tld County hutil'h onni-
mltleo now hun tho names of Dr. He
GcltlgKi of Walpahu', aluo Dr, Hede-lii-iu
and in- Mooro fur consideration,
(i-io mntibc of tho Hoard of Su
pervlmrs ivbr-n iippiiiachoi Ihls morn,
lug Mil! held tho opinion that IK
lliiyinoml might bo Induced to reenn
lder bl.i rolural to accept the olllco.
"I iullovo that tho Hoard could mil t o
upon Dr. Ilaymond." wsa the icsponso.
When, ii ' married wihimu expressed
the wish that alio Inul been born a
man her husband Is very apt to echo
the wish. Chicago Nows.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. II. Love)
Three Vessels to Call and Depart This Week Much sugar
Coming to the Islands Dredger South Bay Returned In
Leaking Condition Koan Maru Being Loaded With
Sugar Mill Machinery.
Mntson Navigation Company steam
ers will occupy a prominent position
In local shipping circles this week.
Thrco vessels Hying tlio Mntson houso
llag will figure In tho business done
at the port In tho way of receiving
cargo nnd the shipments of sugar.
Tho steamer I.urllno now at tlio
sugar wharf Is to salt for Island ports
tomorrow evening. This vessel pro
ceeds to Port Allen, Kaliiilul and then
back to Honolulu arriving here on
A pi II SSrd. Tho Lurllno Is to he dis
patched for San lVuiwisco )it flvo
o'clock on jbe evening of April 25th.
Willie nt Port Allen tho I.urllnc will
tceelvo 47i tons sugar nnd at Kaliiilul
2000 Ions molasses will be loaded In
tlio bulk. In leaving thu islands tho
CRsel will tako CIS I tons sugar pro
ducts, Thu passcngor bookings thus
far Indicate that between fifteen and
twenty cabin passengers will sail for
the coast by the papular vessel.
The llilonluiu.a Mntson steamer on
tlio triangular route Is lo arrive at
Hie port this afternoon, with 9tn tons
of general cargo. Most of this comes
from Sap KranclFco and Pugct Sound
ports. Tho vessel Is also icisirlcil as
bringing 673 tons for Kaliiilul. 231
tons to bo trnns-sblpiied' to llllo, 153
tons fop Port Allen mid 10 tuns for
Kaannpnll. The Illlonlnu Is exacted
Will sail Tnr I'nrl Allen nn llio vmi.
lug of April 21ut nailing from thero
tho following day for Kahulul, depart
ing from tbo Maul ports for Ka-.i
Kianclsco direct. Tho Illlonlnu will Jis
glicn sugar to the amount or 1227
tons nt Knlmliil and 2173 tons nt Ho
nolulu making a total ot 2100 tons
from Hawaiian ports destined for
coast refineries. -
Tho Wllholmlna, tho crack passen
ger liner of tho fleet is duo to ar
rive oft tho port nl an early hour
tomorrow morning and It 'Is belleicd
that the vessel will ho nt tho Matsoii
wharf beroro eight o'clock. The Wll
lieliulna is bringing a light genera)
cargo Including lBno tons merchan
dise for llonolul uand S70 tons for
IIIIo. Thero are 17 cabin and 5
steerage passengers, 231 sacks mall
and Hi packages Wells Fargo Kxprcss
matter on board.
Tho Willielnilna .will lake as nut
ward cargo 2111 tons rnw sugar nt
IIIIo and 3000 tons icllned sugar fioiu
Honolulu with (100 additional tons nv
sugar at Honolulu.
ringing Cargo for the Islands.
On or nboul April 21lli thu Ame-rlcnn-IIiiwiillnii
freighter Alaska i
should nrrlvo hero from PuKet Sound
inn to. Tho steamer Is reported to
have sailed from. Sealtle yesterday.
Tho Alaskan brings freight from New
Yoik transhipped lit tho Isthmus of
Teliuantopec. The vessel nlto mado
calls at Ban Francisco. The Alaskan
will gather the regulation twelve thou
sand tonn of sugar nt tho several Isl
and ports before, returning to Sallna
Persia Due Tomorrow Afternoon.
A new wlrolces (olograph nulllt lias
boon liiBinllcd In tlio PacUio Mall In
torinedlnlo stcanHilp Persia. Tho
spark has reached this port to tbo
effect that tbo Perhl.i will bo oft Iho
isiil at four o'clock tomorrow aflcr
nocn, eiirouto from Han I-'ruiiclico to
Iho Orient. Tho vessel has a few
layover passengers but nn cargo. Tlio
Persia will piobahly bo dispatched at
I'm o'clock on Wednesday morning
for Japan ports and Hongkong.
Ai Orphan of, the Seas.
No one. ban cqino forward to claim
the llttlo Balling crart that for .soma
weeks hpti been mooted at Iho Mnuna
Loa wharf nwalllug an owner, Ti
huuill buo painted sail bunt, Is ap
parently In seaworthy condition, jt
was picked tin oft Iho harbor bv mm .
Hawaiian fishermen ami brought Into
i"u mm in" iieiici UI4I ine vo-iret
had slipped Its mooilngs. IV-hpiin dili
gent llHtilry, jii cw to. Ills owner
has been si-cured,
Kukul Ready for Inipectlon-Tour..
The I'tillrH StalPs"l.lht Houso Ten
tier Kukul Is IHng made rojily for
RttJiUpc-rjIc-M four of Iho Islands, .TIim
ersrt Iuim been rnaled and It lit tbo
piepcnt Intention to dispell tho
W;C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
OF THE STAGE
steamer for Hawaii by Thursday or
Friday of thin week. The Kukul will
mako nn extended cruise along tho
shores of the Dig Island before re
turning to Honolulu.
Orteric Now at Railway Wharf,
Tlio Federal Customs Inspectors
have completed their work of survey
lug the new Ilrltish steamship Orierlc
in order to usccrtulu whether tlio ves
sol's fittings for fifteen hundred pas
sengers' were In strict compliance
with tho lawn. This rcHirt will bo
forwarded lo Washington.
The vessel has been shifted from Iho
iiuninntliio lo tho railway wharf whero
live hundred tons fertilizer material
have been going nut of the shin today.
Tho ortcrlo Is to proceed to Victoria
and Vancouver nnd may get away to
Navy Coal Is Oelng Transferred.
A portion of bomcthlng like eight
thousand tons of icry conibustablo
coal belonging to Iho Hulled Stales
Navy Department has been found
much overheated. It has been decid
ed to shift tlio pile mid a large port'ou
of the fuel Is being transferred to the
ynids near the Marino camp.
Hawaii Sugar Awaits Shipment.
Sugar on Hawaii nwaljlng shipment
Includes tho following consignments
according to reports brought to this
city by ofllccrs In tho hteniiior Nli
htnt. Tho list Includes. Kiiknlnu
l.r.71: Davis 3580; lliicsfcld 1371: Pa-
utillo 5100; Paiiuhaii 7 .".oil; llonokiui
10,000; Kukiilliaclo 1:.32I; Piinnlilu
I6Q0 and llonnapo '2800.
Sugar Shipments ton Kauai.
Hugur continues to accumulate on
the Harden Island, According to re
port brought to Honolulu with Iho
arrival of the ltiter-lslund steamer
Kburn yesterday tho following sugar
s on nami and awaiting Hliliuncrtt: .M.
A. K.. 35,128; (I. & P. 2770; K. S. M.
Jiyi; I.. P. l(MB9;i Melt, 33,358; K.
K. II. bW und K. P. UU70 bags.
Few Applications for Steerane.
At tho Oceanic steamship offlco but
thirteen iiipllcatlous liavo been mado
for sleoragu passime to San Francisco
by tho steamship Sierra. That vessel
will sail Tor tho coast on Wednesday
morning taking eight saloon passen
gers nnd a goodly iiiiantlty of sugar.
pines, coffee, rlco and other lines of
Cable Schooner Makes Port In Good
According lo a cablo received at tlio
Ideal station. Hie llttlo Commeicial
Pacific Cable tcliouner Flnurono.
Wnrd sailing Tumi llnnoliilu with n
largo shipment of suppllen for the
cablo colony bus arrived nt Midway
island. Tho Manteneo Ward Touch
ed tho Island on Saturday,
Sugar Ship Pnroute.
Coming down u tbo Islands to take
on a large KlilpmeiiL of sugar destln
oil for Iho ICiht coast of, tho United
States the American shin William P
l-'ryo has sailed from San Francisco.
Tills icijsol Is nno of Hoveral that
have been chartered by local sugar
factors to carry cargo around the
Iwalani from Windward Ports.
Nearly flvo thousand sacks of sugar
Is being discharge from tho xleamer
Iwalani an nriival from windward Ha
waii lmrlB. Tho steniuor also brouglill
210 sucks rice. 115 head sheep and n
ipmntlty of Bimdrios. Willi moderate
sciiB -mil fresh winds prevailing tho
vc.c made poll without Incident.
Iw.ilanl f"r Hawaii,
Tlio Inter-Island sloamor' Iwalani
lias completed the" dlschargd of a ship
ment of sugar and hns bcon placed
on tho lieilh in sa)l fof Maul mid Ha
waii ports tomorrow noon. Tho ves
sel carries explosives.
Hall In F-oiri Extra Trip.
Making an extra trip t" 'ho porU
Iho (.trainer w. (I. Hall lias completed
Iho discharge, uj flfty-fivo htuidrod
sacKs sugar and will bo dispatched
for Kauai this oveulug,
Per ttttnr Klnnit fivitn . lnnul Aiii
10 Mrs. Whltllnglon, Miss Wlilttlng
lon, V. N. Hooth, Irs. nobth, P. S.
Scudder, A. t.tnclpujr, Mrs. Claudia, Mrs
llookano, M. .1. Carvnlho, Henry Nye,'
Mrs. S. K. Kllnt, W. N. Patten, F.
lliijfi, 1. Iv. Hart, Mrs. Aynu. Mrs. F.
II.IIUOII. C. II. Wilcox. 1-;. II. W. Ilroad
licnt, A. F. Knuilsen, Mrs. Knndson,
Miss Until Kmidscti, ltoy I.ljiplncnlt,
.1. K. Cockctt, W. U Osborne. Doctor
Olalsycr, C. Mnkco, Mrs. Ah Shin nnd
two children, K. I King, Mrs. King,
.Mrs. Fitzgerald, A. S. Prcscott, Mlsit
M. Andcmami, II. Andeniniin, 8. K.
Knco, ChuiiR llwik, Kwong Hong,
Yung Chong, Jan Fook, l'ong Ho, Tom
Kit, Chang Chip, Mow Chan.
Per stmr, Mlkabala, from Motokal,
fjprll Ki.-Chas. Harron, II. Hind", ff.
U llndlcy, A. C. IIoIIm. Mrs. Toxolra.
I. (Jnlll, ,1. I.. Flcinmlng, T. Imcdtt,
Coo Wan Hoy, A. II. Ford. Mrs. A. II.
II. Judd, Miss Judd. D. McCorrlstop,
O. McCorrlston, llcv. J. U. laoa.
I PA80ENOCR3 BOOKED
Per stmr. Klnaii for Kauai norfs.
Apr. 18. Mrs". W. II. Itlcc, C. R. Hall,
M. A. Itobliisoa Itov. .1. W. Walmin.1
Rev. C. P. Hong, 8. N. WUrJX. Mrj.j
Wilcox. C. T. Ilcrrlek, llobt. Ander
son, (I. Iluitnrd. MIm Whithlnstoii,
Mrs. Mtikal, Mr. Nnlc-imurn.
Per stmr, Mouna Kea. for Hllo via
way, Apr. 18 K. Pokal, W. A. Andcr-i
spn. Miss R. I,. Uobson. fieo. Dunn, I
F. It. Ilobluson, A. F. Knudsn, Mrs.
1. I). Chandler.. Mrs. M. Fl:h. Ht A.'
Wilson, Mrs. Wilson, K. Sampkal M.
MeRrydo. K. N. Holmes. Mr. U Car-'
tor, David Adams, A. Sing Slug, Mlf-n
.Vilnius, h. Jtieiiardunn. Mrs. Richard
son, F. OtbT M. imafngl, S. M. Damon,
Mrs. II. Phclan, .Miss Schnrrctt, M.
Curran. F. S. Hosmcr, J. II. Tnlgo, J,
H. Caslln, Mrs. I). Illrschfold. W.'O.
Ogg. P. E. Holt, Mrs. C. S. Holt, Mrs.
II. Holt, J. H..Dllks, W, H. Hoogs,
Mrs. Ilbuiclinrd, Mrs. Hickman, It.
McKenzlo. John llakor, W. Do Krort,
aco. A. Oaston, C. II. Illrdseyc. F.
Dodgo, N. Andeison, N. J. Schcllcn
bcrger, 11, I'msEor.
Per stmr, Maiiuii I.oa, for Kona nnd
Knu ports, Apr. 25. C. 11. Mcflry Ic.
Per stmr. W a. Hall for Kanai
po irts. Apr 80. Mrs. I( llelncrt, W.
F. .Frpst. i ;" , . 4 .
Tlio following petition In connection
wltli tlio Union street location was In
tiodiiicd In thu I louse this morning:
Wo, tho uiidurslgiied citizens of tbo
United States, property owners and
business men of the City und County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, do
hereby, object to Die passing .of Senato
Illll No. 117 for purpose of re-locating
Wo luivo the most Important reasons
for our objection.
First; It will mako Union Street,
more or less a bine, ns tho piesent
width of the street In some place not
llfty (50) feet away from Hotel street
Is less than thirty (30) feet and lit
other plates about ouo hundred (100)
feet away from Hotel street as narrow
as twenty (20) feet and less.
The narrowness of Hotel street Just
at tho propos?d- Junction of Hotel nnd
Union and from thero to Fort street Is
already at prcccnt so dangerous that
accidents have occurred sovcral times,
nnd with tho Increased tralllc In fu
ture. If our city grows, which wo all
sincerely hope, and in tlmo possible
with n double track on Union street
for tho Rapid Transit Co., It will be
tbo wont danger point of tlio entire
city and n menace- to the general -pul-llc,
to every pedestrian, vehicle and
oven Rapid Transit cars.
Second: It will crouto great danger
for tho onllro city If a tiro should stmt
In tlio congested blocks, especially as
Immetiso buildings, will bo erected us
proposed nt present.
Third: From n sanitary point of
view It will bo ono of Iho worst plnccs
In epidemics with tho very largo block
reaching from Fort to Ilerctnnla street
nnd only cut thrnucli with small lanes
lllio Harden lane, Adums lano and Un
ion lane. , ,
Wo decidedly advocate wider nnd
larger r.lrcets Instead of narrowing
them down not nlope to beautify our
city but lo avoid all menaces nnd dan
gers to (he public welfare in this grow-1
Tills bill Is against tho Interest cf
tbo entire community nnd for tho only
beuellt ot ono concern.
Tho petition against the re-Iocatlon
of Union street has bcon signed by tho i
Tho von llatnin-Vuiins Co., Ltd., von :
lliimin, inanagitr director;' J. D. Mc- !
iiiorny, .ino. it, sopcr, Arthur uerg.
Kmll A. llorndt, F. J. Kltzpatrick, Ot-
to A. Illcrbacb, J. M. Ixivy, .1. S. Spitz
er, S. Kuboy, C. Hustaco, Jr., Charles
Phillips, Itobort W, Shingle, Ilolt
solilaeger Co., Ltd., per It. F. Langc,
,Bec. and Truas.; Fred Harrison, F,
Kuboy, Jus. I., McLean, Hlmor rJ'nx
tnn, .1. P. Cooke, J. F. Humburg, W.
V. PfntnnliHiier, H. Focko, James
Slolnor, Coyiio Furnituro Co., Ltd., by
A. Coyno; Hawaii & South Seas Cur
io Co., John Ffllnger, proprietor; Km
moluth Co., Ltd., pur A. Kinmcliith;
itlcliurd 11. Trent, W. II. Mclnomy, II
J. Monsarrut, .1. M. Monxnrrnt, S.
Decker, 1157 Union St.; Julius Aseh,
Aloxnndrn A. Lurnacli, John J. Sul
llvun, John Ruckloy, Tlieo. F. Lans
ing, Junios Wnkcflold, K. O. Diilsou.
borg, J. Cnrio, 1117 Fort street; Fred
J. McN'umuru, 1119 Fprt St.; N. (1.
Frcltns, O. A. R. Smith, Vlonnn link
cry; J. C. Qulnn, Mnuoel Hols, M. V.
Croply, N. R. Spencer, M. Costa Cllin
illn, Mnnnol Corrida, Jacintho Mncha
do, Clias. R. Pllares, Antonn Vlelra,
Fred L. AVnldron, J. A. (lonsalvos, D.
fl. McCorrlston, K. I Schwnrzborg,
AV. C. Poiienck & Co.. Ltd., per W. II.
Driimnioud, Trims,; Rudolf .1. nuejjly,
W. Lanz, K. A. Lunglon, Frank An
drade, T. CHve Davles, because I think
that while relocation Is neceasury
tho width should be adeifuato and the
scheme n fiir-reachlng one; L. L Mc
CuudlesB. C. (1. llockiid. M. Phllllus.
Tho Clarion by M. Phillips, Jus. Gor
don spencer, Hobt. W. Anderson, A.
F. Currey, Ooo, II. Paul, .1. Oswald
Lotted, Catholic Mission, per Libert
11. ltoeynacnis,- lllshop of Zeugma;
Jno. T. Scnlly, C. J. JlcCnrthy, Win.
M. litinglnn, Frank J.' Krugcr, II. R,
Mucfurliine, A. (Inrtcnbcjg, F. A.
Scliucfer, ' Wallers.
THINKS UNION, WILL
FORCE BISHOP STREET
ICdltor veiling Itiitlcllu: I think
your erllleisum on tho Superintendent
of Public Works In nn editorial last
Friday In ro Iho relocation of Union
street lire unjust. There Is nothing In
tbo propoKcd net to stop the extension
of lllshop street through to Rorctnntn,
Surely thero can bo nothing "secret"
or utidei handed In the nelloii of the"
Superintendent of Public Works In try
ing to get a bill through tbo Legisla
ture. Are not nil bills printed -printed
In tho newspaper ofllccs? I not the
nature ot every bill Introduced In the
Legislature open to tho public- Hint
Is, It It caies to look Into tho proposed
net? In thu nnturo of things, how
rould it be a "sumshoo" method?
Now, .It Is well understood by tho
public that the Jlrowe"r Estate has ac
quired the propctty where tbo Palm
Cnfo stands, mid the adjoining proper
ty, to tho c.ast, nnd Intends to erect a
flno fireproof business block. Their
ft outage on Hotel street Is 17 feet.
Tho effect ruiio In a clrclo around and
up Union street. It Is proposed by tbo
bill to sell to this Jlrtnto some 51 feet
along Hotel street, leaving ' Union
riuitns wli.o nt the Junction of Hotel
ps It Is farther up. Is H not better
that such a snlo bo mado now and
peimlt tho llrewers ,to go abend with
their building, than to tie up opera
tions Indefinitely, dr fcreo-lhem lo put
up a building lmlf the .size, nnd thus
Icavo, Union slrect -temporarily 100
feet wldo at Hotel street?
I am sttongly In favor ot the exten
sion of Ulrbop ctrcct through to He Te
tania, but this sain need not stop the
extension. In fact it can now bo used
to force tbo extension. And let both
lie done. If matters aro pushed, (lip
extension rati ba accomplished by the
tlmo tbo llrewcr building Is completed.
Tho icry first efforts of tlio (tavern
niont to extend Ilerotanla street met
with strong opposition, like that en
countered by Iho U. S. (iovornrncnt In
tho postofllco bIIo. Is It not generally
tlio cnso that many try to "hold up"
tho government In nil ouch Improve
ments? Then In the iirnnositloii to nc-
commodato tbo Ilrower people, tbo wid
ening ot lintel street tlirougli their
holdings Is to be accomplished. This
Is of great Interest lo tbo public. It
Is to bo hoped that those who kirk will
luvcstlgnlo first and know whereof
they speak. Thero Is nothing In the
proposed art Inimical to tho people,
but on tho contrary favorable. Lot
tbo llrewcr people have tbo llfty feet
to lengthen their building, nnd ut the
rnme tlmo push the extension ot
lllshop Btrect, and the closing ot Un
ion; Ur Instead (and which might well
bo worth seriously considering) Iho
widening and straightening ot Union
Blrcet with tho opening on Fort street,
mnulia of the Mott-Smlth brick on tbo
confer. Instead of on Hotel street, as
now. With Union street opening on
Fort street nt this place, and widened
to tho width of Fort street, n strnli'lit
street running through to Iho .Junction
of Ihiilun and Alenkeu, would not Fort
and Hotel haio u tioflTrcnl rival? All
travrl lends ifiound Punchbowl, either
out Heretnnln or up Nuuniiu, and u
short-cut lowanls Kniinii, nn here pro
posed by the widening and straighten
ing of Union street, would give flouo
lulu another splendid business btrect.
Thanking you for tho" spato 1 luivo
taken In your columns,
' X. M.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Monday, April 17.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived April 15:
S. S. Artzonan. from Sallna Cruz.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed April 15:
8. S. Hnteiinlse, for IIIIo.
SAN FRANCISCO Al rived April 111.
S. S. Senator, beneo April .
SHATTLi: Arilied Amll 10: S. S.
Dlx. hence April 0.
SEATTI.L Sailed April 10: S. S.
Alaskan, for Honolulu.
POUT ALLDN Arrived April 17:
Schr. A. M. Baxter, from Prlit Al
len. PORT LUDLOW Arrived April 17:
Pktno. M. E. Wlnlfolman, hence
SALIVA CRUZ Arrived April II: S.
S. Mexican, from Hllo Mar. zn;
HILONIAN IN FROM SEATTLE.
The. Jlnu on Navigation stcuiiu-r III
Ipnlnn, from San Franclteo by way of
Seattle, with a general cargo, including
910 toni for Honolulu, C73 tons fur
Knlinlul. 2-.0 Ions for IIIIo, UH tons
for Tort Allen and 40 tons for Knanii
IMil, turlvud ut tbo port this iirternoon
after a fair trip down from the Bound.
1 ho vessel will remain lure until
Friday evening, before proceeding to
Tort Allen nnd Kahulul, Tim steamer
will be euppllod with about 3100 toni
of sugar 'or Sari Francisco.
Chief Engineer Rankin lo lying oft
o;i5-tr!P. Jhough it Is reported that he
will loin tho Hilonlnn upon arrival of
tho voscl nt San Frarictsco.
AND YOU WANT A Q00D
Cohey Garage Automobiles
Meet All Inter-Island Steamers
i r.i f
In ii decision this morning, United
States District Judge demons, silling
lis ii Judge in bis own case, decided
Hint ho Is not able to try Ijo condem
nation suit brought by tbo United
States government against the Fort
street property holders, In nceorihtncu
Willi the plnn of enlarging the Mnlitiku
site to nil entire block.
Judge Clemen's holds that his ulMlla
tlon with the firm of Thiirnpsnii, Clem
on & Wilder previous to bis uppolnt--inent
to tlio Federal bench Hint llrm
being attorneys for some of the re
spondents In the condemnation pio
ceeiilngs dl(iiallllcd him under a
strict rcndltiR- of tlio statutes.
Judge Hleiiions" decision will delay
Iho Mahiiliu sjtn proceedings material
ly, tbo only nlternatlvh being tho bring
ing of u Kedernl Judgo from tbo main
land to try tbo case.
MILS. torn.U.ll w.wrs kivokci:.
Mrs. Charlotte B."jfcQimld,:wlfo of
William M. Mr()unld, whoso gun-light
with Volney C. Driver, subsequent
trial nnd acquittal on tho grounds of
Insanity nro matters of recent his
tory, luts begun divorce proceedings '
against her husband. She nllegcs ha
bitual Intemperance, non-support ami
crucltv. They wcro married In 1S.
oi-'i-ici-: of Tin: hoard of
Honolulu, April in, lull.
Notice is hereby given that lit u
meeting of tbo Hoard of Health, held
April 15, Illll, tbo following regulation
1. 1'litll further notice Hie taking of
fish. bcll-ll.h. or any product of tho
sen or water from the xen or any har
bor, pond, river, or stream situate In
tlio nrea Inclosed within a lino drnwu
from Diamond Ileud Light to tlio west
erly side of Knllhl Harbor entrance,
thence following tbo westerly' side of
Knllhl Channel to tlio westerly hound
nry of Moanalun, along such boundary
to tlio ridge of the Koobui range of
mountains, along such ridge to tlio
oimlcrly boundary of Wiiloman; along
such easterly boundary and extension '
tbeieof In n straight tine to Diamond
Head Light. District of Honolulu, Onbu,
Is strictly prohibited.
2. All bntblng nnd washing of
-Iothe- In tlio harbors, ponds, rivers
nnd Hti-cnm -of tbo nlxivn described
nrea is strictly prohibited.
Till: HOARD OF llHALTII.
lly Its President,
11 A. MOTT-HMITH.
K. R PORTKIt,
f-iocrcUiry. Hoard of Health,
t hereby consent to tlio foregoing reg
W. P. PRBAR.
flovernor, Territory of lliiwall.
OFFICi: OF THE HOARD
Honolulu, April 10, 1011.
Notleo la hereby given that nt a
meeting or tho Hoard of Health held
April 15th, 1011. Iho following-' regu
lation was adopted.
Until further notleo Iho pulling of
Inro and tho sale of nil vegetalilos
raised by Irrigation In Munoa and Ma
noa Valley .district of Honolulu,
Onbu, Is strictly prohibited.
THE ROARD OF HEALTH,
lly itu Picsideut.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH.
If. it. PORTER,
Secietary, Hoard of Health,
I hereby consent to tho foregoing
W. F. FRE.VR.
Ciovernnr, Territory of Hawaii.
NOTICE TO INTENDING PASSEN
GERS OY SIERRA, APRIL 19, 1011.
Ill necordaiico with the regulations of
tho United States Marino Hospital Ser
vice, no pasM'iigcrs for tlio above sail
ing will ho allowed to embark with
fiHNlstulfH of whatever nature or bot
tled water. All cabin und baud bag
gages will In. examined for saino at
kIiIP'h side before embarkation.
C HltllWER CO., LTD..
Agents, Oceanic Steamship Co.
Honolulu, April 17, 1011.
JOB, BEE ME TOM SHAM
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