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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H WEDNESDAY, MAR. 20, 1912.r-
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lliiiinlulii -l'lrt lliirri-p.
lliiMiillnil- Vtniid llrgrcc.
IIviiiiIiiIii I hupler Regular
7:3" 1 1. in.
Oceanic MtiiiiiI Mcgrcc.
Alt tIiUIdii memhera ol to
Order r cordially Inylled to
attend mec'lt.KU ol local ledgJi
Mill on tlir
'Jml iiml llli
VII I'll llllltllll
lit K. 1'. Hull
;::m r. ji.
MARINE ENGINEEHS MV""M'r; "'
VCKEFICUL A5nCUTH. 'IZuJlZ
Ull. MrlvIM n I.IIIMii:, Ml. S
It. in I'.
if"'-, . oven 2nd ami Ith Satur
VJS i.'.v i'mihiik a' 7 3n o'clock in
rat ,, r Hull, cor. Tort mid
VB17 !,, i. i.mia Visiting brothers
midlullv Invited In attend
A 1'. UKitTK, c c.
F K KILHIIV. K. It S.
mur i.onci: mi. i, K. of r.
I'XMirls ciery (lrst and third Trl-
r Hull, couii-r lli'rptanl.i mid
xS Fort Btippig VlBltliiK brothers
cordially Imltpd to attend.
S DKCKCR, C C
(i iii:im:, k or it & a.
iioMii.n,!' i.oniii:. cm, ii. r. o. i:.
lluPi 1 'ii 1 w!ro Xo Clfi,
It l ii i:lkH, iiii'i'tR in
tin ji hull on KIiik Si,
in ii I'nii, un-ry rrlilnj
pn iuiii; VIkIUiik liiotli
pi .up lordlally Incited
tn alii ml
ii p ii i-'iMiKim, i: n.
(ii:o T Kl.li:(!i:i., See
n. n tn in rit i it i: mi. i, i. o. it. .ii.
Mipik wen Hist and third
1 in -d ii nt oai li month In
Fiiitcrnit) ll.ill. I O O F.
ImiiIiIIiii: Vi .tint; biotherM
ini.li.ilU lnited to attend
IIIOMIV ASCII, Sachem
UHM V I'Klllty, C of It
iiomii.i i.i n:ii: no, r. o. i:.
--jJVfp Meets mi sei nml mid fourtli
itj, Widiiei.il i) ev"iilnB of each
&IK iiiniitli at T .! o'clock, in
S.m iitonlo Hall. Vineyard
kIippi, ni'.ii Kinma Visiting biothura
lire imlled to attend
V. M .lONT.ri. V 1'
I V SCII, Spc
iioMii.n.r i.onci: .mi. hid,
i.. . o. .M.,
will meet In Odd F IIoivh' building,
Fort stict, near Klnu. every l'tlday
tnenlllK hi 7 .In ii i In' k
VIhIUiik liiiitlii'ix i mill. illy Imlteil
AMIiltiwr .1 Wlli'IZ Dlctaior.
i: A .1 ( iiI!Ml, Sei lenity
Importer Fort St
MILTON S. PARSONS
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up fo-dato Millinery and Men's Hatr
Just l.i li' .1 I v . S" s-ll III! III.
m-ii i.ii. si iii LINGERIE GOWNS
also a no. iiiiiiiu ni ..i MORNING
DRESSES ..ml SPRING TAILORED
SUITS in nil
66-67-68 YOUNG HOTEL
II ti 1 1 it I ii Until Alls hIII Iiml II.
PIANO and FURNITURE
JAS. H. LOVE
OFFICE. KING STREET PHONE 1281
(Additional Shipping News on Page 10)
Wllhclmlna Has Room for Many. I Mitsui Bussan Kalsha to Expand.
The .Miiltnn N.'V'nation sto.iniei Wit-j VreoiillHg to n stotv brought tn lln
helmlna can uceonuiiodutc lull eablnlniilulu h :i Japanese nfflccrs in llu'
inssongcis fin S.iu Fi .incise o, anil'frclghtoi Kilo .Main, tho steatncis Yn
wln ii Hint vessel dcpnits foi tlir Coast knhaiun Minn nnil Slilnildzii Minn,
iiml ni In o'olopk next Wodiicsdav now nnilpr construction lit Hip yards
iiiiiiilim it will In.' luiiiiil Unit Hip mm- of tin- Kawasaki Dnckvard Co. at
hi 'I will lip ccnufnitubly lllli'il Willi I K'ciIip nml Mltsit Hlshl uiiIb ;it Nngn-
travclois Isakl, fur the Nippon Ytisen KiilKlin, me
TIip Mitlsou stesiniet will mill forMicarlng completion mill will icpliicp
llilo Ml ., o clock this evening. 'nUing
I n number of pnsscimeis for llio Ha
waii iiifti(iinll Tin' WllholinltiH Ik
Mo illiehniu' flltpen hiiiidiPil tons bpii
iPiiil niPiehiiiidlBC IiiimikIh floni th"
I m tliiliiiiil mid load l2iio tons miKir
while ill, n- The pimp Ik due to ip-
nii'i In I Iuiii l u I ii on Mom!n mninlni:.
'1 In lliii'i will depait fi out Honolulu
with a full caiKii. the Rt enter part of
j which will be HUK.ir with coimlcnnienlK
nt pliiiMippli'K, ilcp, eoiTpe, and liana
I New Decks for Mauna Kea.
The r.uniiH coeiliiK Tor tlie deck-t
'in the Inicr-lid.iiiil Mtemuer Mmuia
iKea will be Kliewpl lipfoie lli.it en-
hpI aitn'ii Kiien Into couiinlKulou ,t the
lliiimliip ol the fleet and taken up the
'Hie Manila Koa f to be lead'
to ko mi thi tnni Inn i.iIIimii wltlilu "
week or ten dnK. apeoriHliis to the
prpsent rate of piogtfMi made In the
ipnnuitlim of thp utennipr which now
llei" ni lllshop ihaif
The Alaipia Kea will, to all IuteiitH
and puiisp. be a new steamer when
she eiitpm the IliM'i-lnl.iiiil trade oiip
linn o It has been four "Mils since
the stcnmei has lecehed n seiieral
ipihiiiillns of machinery and equip
Hall Loading for Kauai Ports.
The Intel -Island steamer W C, Hall
Is luklim ni enruii for Kauai pnils pic
puiaton tu sitllliiK for the (linden Isl
and at ." o'clock tomorrow ptrnltiR.
Tin Hall urrlwil this tniirtiiiic with .1
Ifcw cabin and deck paiteiiRers and
ean;o Inclinllui; ."Vr.ini sacks siiKar, as
(illno 'Iriinis, pcrnl crate chickens.
nerreis tallow. .,ii Dales liiiles, n
;ii.iiitlt of empties. Ji! cocoaiiilt
ipIhiiis. und "..' pickases Kiindilus. The
iicssnl niei with llxht winds and
isiiiooth M'as on hilh oiitwatd .Mid in
wind tup- The steamer Noohii was
expedeil lo airhe at Kllauea lod.n.
theie lo take on simnr lot Honolulu.
Paving Blocks Arrive.
fine of the larsest shipments of
liuiiluooil p.i1iik blocks iccclicil al
llonnl tin In mouths aiiiM'd in the
Claudtiie this mornliiR HKti-tlnee
thousand blocks were Included In the
conslRiinient The Intel -Island pssel
whs well laden will) mlseollaneoii .
en no iiielui'lliK one mill i oiler. :I7
sucks corn, 2H7 pieies nf tihl.i wood,
is bundles hid. ii, III pnek.iRcs hiiii
ililes, s.-i eiuptles 7 elates chickens,
and pncUaKos fiult.
I'uiser Kilillnit ii'iioits a line tilp
w'th smiiotli sea sand lawiiahlc wlnda
accompauleil b i.iliis iiIoiir the coast
Boisterous Farewell for Baseballiets.
A local Chinese liaseball team w.ei
the centei of atllai tiim al tlie bolBter
iius mill ioiisIiir fntouell lo the Mnt
oti .'hIk:iIiiii steamgr l.iiillno which
ilepined lor Kan Fmnelsto at i
oelnek last iiIrIii The IomiI follow
eis of the cntiiR wpip on hand and
laxlsli was the presentation of ()s to
the touilUR klllBhth of tho ri.isb) 'dia
mond Tlie I. in line mlleil with a hold filled
ulili siiuiii Iheio .heliiK ii:':!u tons of
'hi (oinniiiillt) on Iio.iiiI The esso!
also mi i lei' a.'.iHi canes pineapples mi'l
iuiiii I, unfiles bananas
Awaited Orders Only.
The IiIr liip.iiiese lielRhlei KI.o Ma
in, iHim China and .lapan. lemalned
ofl the hatlioi lor koiiio hoiirK etei
diii arieriioon, her olllceis comlliK
ashoie lo iocelo oiilers lieloto iphiiiii
Iuk the MiuiRii to Central and South
Aincilrn polms Tlie KIo Minn snll
i, shoitli allci a o'clock jehlciday
Schooner Wood for the Coast.
'I In Unci lean K-hooner K. K. Wood
w.ih in hale snllcii irom lllln for the
'nisi icii'iiiai, accoiilliiR to lopoit
bmunllt to llnnollllll this lllollllllR Willi
;l ' anh.il o llu.. sti.imei Cljiidlne
'I In Wiin.l Imk Ihmmi ll- baiueil of a
shliii I ni puuci Soiiiiil liiiuhei
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Roufle Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagnt
( Schlitz Beer
thp sleamer Tniuh.i Muni and Inaba
Main earl this car. The new
steamers ale ol oer Xilnii tons icrIs
ter and are model n In eeiy partlru
lar The Taniha Main nml Inaba Ma
in will be placed on other tniltp. In
.Innuaiv anotliprl steamer was added
to tho Japanese line, the Slnukl Muni,
a slsler essel of the Kani'ikuia Mani
The Sanuki .Marti was until iccenlly
eiiRiiRed In the set lice to I'linnnsa
The fnllowliiR siiKin Is lepoileil as
awaltltiR shipment at Kauai rts. ac
eordlns to K'Hiit broiiRht to this city
In olllceis In the steamer W (' Hall
MAK J7.7.M. Mel! HI 021, VK Jlbil. K
si n-.Mi. Ksr innn, i.p is.sTii. c,r
It. '.mil KP 'is HI. (jfclt 17 I5 sacUs.
MAW TO SPEND
Tbnl tin' tn e siiRiir bill now
Cnnmess is nut wi,rrliiR tin1
piiipli. is tin iicw liriitiRhl back from
there liy C II l'leiie of tbu Mater re
"Within the next liar." lie said this
iti'iiiiiiiR. 'the .Maul piople will hae
spent siiinetlilnR over a inllllon dollars
in Ri'inial liiipioi"iiii'utK. This does
not si em as thoiiRb they wete afraid
of the free siiRar bill. Money Mill be
spent rnr n iiovatiiiK ditches, the Ku
biilul inilrdiiil extinslou Is In lug usb
ed iiIkiiiI, h lllln tlie count) atithnrities
have a steam shoel at work on the
licit road. Hlilili Is helni; imshed abend
us (list as pussllile.
'Tlure an also thousands of acres
of pin, iii.ple lauds to be thrown open,
and this will mean that there will be
mure pistplc tlocklllR to the Island
TakliiK It all louod. matters are lonk
iiik ii n luospernus on the island at
the present time"
Hiiri.or llainj uhn atrivid floni
Mud tills inorniuu, will be rushed up
to Kauai to eall cut the licicssary
work in i nnui'i tlnn with the lease of
tune laud to the Makee KliRar Com
pany ami also In louni'ition with tho
Knpau pineapple lands.
The siiriejiirs hae nlieady Rone
iihi'inl to eonimence laiiiR out the new
homesteads that sic to be leuseil In
iiuiiiiitliiii with the pineapple cim
neri. and llare. will look Into ivatir
resources He will laj out ultem
ditches me to ko and ab-o the pro
posed reservoirs as piovldeil for un
der the contract with the Maine .Siik
The (ioieiniir stati d tills mornliiR
tli.it the work would be i uslu.il throiiRh
as sunn as possllile
MUCH LIGHTHOUSE'. M W".
WORK UNDER WAY
The tilth Lighthouse District In very
much "on tho job" these days, nml
the lender Kukitl Irf'kept oil tho'jutttp.
Within the last few weeks a now
llRht, all acetyleno llliKh, half been Ill
stalled al Paiiwnlti Point, Maul, and
iho light on Kauholii Point,' Hit Wall,
has been leplaccd by a modorii Rtruct
ii e. although Iho rhumrtcr of the
light Itself has not been changed.
The Kiikul k now ongiigcd In plac
ing tho tcnipnrur luioyR for Pearl
llaibor channel This work Is going
Popular anil Codil
: i e n I ii g II ii 1 1 c 1 1 n.
ro RUSH WORK
SUN AND MOON
'I, in.'u m
I I I 13 IH2I-
to I", evi, eu
li a; coi in:
I.-, I I. II lulsl
mi tils mm
CUVIlIt, 5U .V.K 11I3III0K .j,
ii iMiJin Jw mi tin
Now moon Aim ill 1H nt Hi .is n, in
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable lo Merchants'
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Wednesday, March 20
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Mauh 2",
12 '! p m.. S S llouolul.ni, for llu-
TACOMA - Sailed Maich 2". S S
VliRiuian, for lldiiolulii
POUT Al.l.KN - Sailed. Match
barkcutlno Aurora, for Kahiilul.
HONOIPH Sailed. Maich in, schoo
ner Muriel for San Ftancisci.
POND 10 SELL
A MODEL TRACT
wen tlnin If this ttnin was rnr mii
- Iter ut the rate of t2 JO pir thousand
A model ami altr.icth. s IHIhIoii !""""" " n""1'1 ,,,"n- H"5'' f"r Min'n
one Hint will add kipiiIIv to the hcenlo "' " dall meriiRc enn-uinptln.i
beauties of the elli witliout s.icrlnclni; I"" u''",r' "' '"" '" will"n. an obil
(.couomle usefulness, has been planne.l ousl.i Inadeiiiiate aniount Heme the
hi P. M Pond mid will be put on the inndiislon Hint the rate tn them Is
market uct week (far short of I'j rat per thousand riiI-
Thls silbdhlslon Is to he known as Ions No leiord has In en kept of the
the Uracil Walk Tract, and' Is out at anmunt ni'tuall used by Hip I -I H
Kalakaiia nxpiiue anil l.eweis rond.'.v Cu
running floni Kiilakinia aenuc ni.ikal
to the sea.
There are some llfti-sl lots In the
....... ........ iinsiiij s....iiK m
ill fill Mil 11 111 Lb.lli1 Tlln nil o II. t
l.nnl ...I.I..I. . 1.1 I.I.... I
I I II r-l PIIU't 1HV Mill! I lit.' IIIMI
attracthe featitics will lie in the
iiiligpmcnt of roads and lanes ami In
the paiklng plan that Mr Pond has
Through the center of the ttnet theie
will I mi a street with a gentle cune.
Two lanes will inn along the hack of
the lots, affoidlng facilities for would
ho hatlieis who can dress In their own
homes and go by a secluded way to
the beach, which Is only a shott dls
tnnpo away. AH the light poles, con
duits, water 'mains, etc.. will be set lit
the lanes, lalng tho miilii stteut
Theie Is a li'-aulirul little p.nk site
picked out along the main load near
the Kalakaiia avenue front, llio feet
long and '.Ml reel wide at the widest
spot. There will bo a big parade
gioutiii near when the Fort lie Hussy
plans ate worked out
The lots arc huge, wcll-slluutpil' and
will be put on the market at moderate
pilces Mr. Pond has winked out a
scheme that will appeal lo the hoino
loer floni eers point of o
That Hi. le Is no Indication of hat
mom bi'iMcen Colonel C J McCarthy
anil Link MrCanilless, the two Demo
ir.illi eiinilldatis tor Delegate to Con-Rii-ns.
was In evidence last nlKht at
a pi.'iinet inei'tliig held In I'.iunii Me
c.nlhi. in bis speeeb to tlie aiidleiice,
said lie was opposed to lioldlim a dou
ble 'invention .MiCandless held Hint
It was proper and more expedient for
the meioliers of the deli gallon lo His
Hi up the whole thing in one uiiet
Ing. lather than lime two i (inventions,
one in April ami the other in Septem
ber He sulci that It was un expen
sive proposition lo have two coinen
tliuis as tormerly.
It was at the meeting of the twelfth
prednd of the Fourth that the Demo
crats gut together last night and talk''
ed wins and means of harmonising the
(Inferences of opinion beti.een tl.etwn
Moses Pnlati,' u leading nlhinernt;
uhn was present ut Hie meeting last
nll'lit said this morning that It Is best
to have two conventions. Piilau Is n
special policeman, and when asked If
be Mould support Jart'ett us a candl
drtli' for sheilif, hu smiled and walked
awai ' -
1 1 V. i ':;', . .r ...fyt
TWO BIDS FOR MAKING. .1
Illds were opened jostorilny In con
nection with the cAnHtntetlon or fho
Pupukoa mad cm this island. Neither
of Iho bids lias heell accepted .vol ail
some airailgcuiieiit has to bo made au
In the aniount of money available
Their Is enough for a narrow toad
but Superintendent of Public Works
Maihton CHinphrll said this iiioinlngl"" latl' "''"""I ' reduced, and If not,
mat innie would he coming In and
he hoped that au eighteen Instead of
in sixiceii-inoi loan could Do cnlistmct-
Coiitiactor Raumnii put In $!i!iuo lor
a i oad twimiv loot wide, $S8hu for
eighteen lout, and SwiOU for sixteen
feet. Oonsnlves & Co. nlfeicil $t(lli
I tor the tweutv-root load, ,8!)!10 for tlio
eighteen feet ami JS2IU lor hlxteen
leol of loadway. '
I All Cheung was seiil to Iho reef for
lour months this moililug bi Police
Opening Rbng scrTlcc. Fred
Hntlpr In charge.
Announcements by James
Offprtnry imtlipin by choir.
Prayer, V. (I. Hull.
Solo. Ficd llntlcr.
Sprnion, "What In IjickliiR "
Solo, Kicil llntlpr
lliinn, Choir nnil ninllpiire
Upcexslonnl hymn by choir.
(Continued from Page 1)
Rates to Shipping.
"The tuesent lute to nil essels of
tin I" S Nun. IncliidliiK transports.
Is 7 1-2 cents tier thousand Rallnn.
I less ii per cent.: the present rate to
the C S. llRbthoilse tender Kukill Is
$l"i pir month: the tiresent rutb to
steaniirs of the Inter-Island HUinn
NaxlRatliin Coiup.itiv ranRes from J2S
down to $Ki pir steunirr per iiuarter.
The rale to all other shipping Is $L'..',0
per tbousaliil Rallons. We are Infiirtn
ed that the total reielpts from the Inter-Island
Steam NalRatlon Compiiiiy
for llfleeti or slvteen 1'sscls for 1 D 1 1
Venlurl lecerilliiK melets will Minn
Install! il In the department, by
li an accurate measurement of nil
.ii..-,lllir tll,cn the city mains will
made At the present time It Is
nn1 possllile to intimate same, which
the department does ns I T.Smi.tUKr gal
lons dally The estimated receipts for
water for IHI'J exclusive of shipping
are flir.,200 The estiuiatid lecelpts
for water for shipping for 1H12 nic
"The total amount of water possl
lile to purcliuse for jai.SOO at the rate
of t2..o per thousand gallons Is 1",
'J.'u.nriO gallons, or. In other words,
shipping Is paying for less than the
iiwraKc iiinsuinpHnu of the cltv of
wuttr for one day n sum of S:I4.M)U, or
nearly one-thliil as niiieli as the
amount ricelvid fiom all utlier souices
(hiring the entire year
Rate Actually Received,
"Tbu rate iietuallv received for wa
ter for cltv consumption, exilusiie of
shipping, on tlie basis or 17,S0U,liu)
gallons daily consumption and the
S rally receipt or 1 1 iVJIii) Is l.s cents
per thousand gallons
"The iiuiouiit of Hie dlsi repaney be
twien the basis rate of the Piddle
Woiks Department of 7 l-s icnts per
thousand gallons to city consumers
and the amount actually received of
IS tints p,r tbousaiid gallons, one
huir of the 1 7. .'no.dlKi gallons dalli. or
x.T.'.iMHiO, Is iittrlluiteil by Hie depart
niciit to waste The dall receipts lor
wnter as above are ISIS. On the linsl
of 7 1-2 cents per thousand gallons,
this amount would purchase dalli I,.
JOO.UOli gallons, leaving a dally amount
still to in count for of t.SSO.llOl) gallons.
"We tin- Informed that no chmgn
Is made by the department for water
furnished to public Institutions, the
clt parks, c lt lire department, etc.
While the amount so used Is unknown,
It IA clalineil to be large itiul 'to u de
gree, perhaps, accounts for the t,5",0,
(i')ii gallons dally otherwise timitt mint
"The tales to shipping In other I'a
cllle pints ale as follows:
'San Francisco vaties as to ipiail-
ttltv used' ftom an c(ulialiut of (7
cents per thousand to 31 tents pel
'Sill a, 2
5 cents per thousand gal
tents pel thousand gal
and' rtcilttle each, we ate
a Mat rate of Jill per
"Out rate or fi.Un In isuuparisou li
Unjust mid ,iMirliltinit mid tends vei)
materially to dlscbmiiKP shipping In
filming tl! "in- port,' whereas all poit
chaiges should be sin li us tu cntoiiiu
igV shipping 'to pull.
, "Wti are hiriirinc.il that two dllfer
cut tlanspnrtatloii companies are se
riously contemplating providing viater
to shipping, Independent of the gov
ernment. We believe It is Impeiatlve
and plicate tapltal v'liilps lor provid
ing watei to shipping at rtduced rates,
the amount now received by tin- gov
ciumeut Horn sales to shipping will
be ('Unlimited and the ilcpaitluriit w III
slum a loss In levenue acinrdliiRly.
'We bdleie the reined) Is nml sub
mit the following recouimi'iiilalloiis
' I'list Al Hie llrst oppoitiiiilt) tho
.eglslatnre should pioildf lor tlie
M-iiu dcpai Uncut iudependeut of the
water department, us II Is unjust lo
lux wahr coliauuiils fin the luilllile
uaui f the sewer dcpartim nt
WET LANDS CAN
BE PUMPED OUT
A piuctleal experiment that inn)
piove the solution of the wet land
problem In Walklkl. If not over the
whole city, was carried to a successful
conclusion by P. ,M. Pond this morn-
1 .... I.I.. .Il...ll.... .. u.lt.-
...! , fl I f....- ..rllin n,.re
In extent, was pumped dry and Is stay
ing fnlrl) dry
The tract Is out on l.e.vvers road, and
the pumping hcRim day before yester-
da) A tbrrc-borsepower chrIiic was
used ami ti two and oue-balf-liieb
pump lly this morning the tract was
During the work careful tntastire
incnls were innihj to see If the wntT
rose at night while tile pumps Mere
Idle Mr Pond said this morning that
no nppieelable I Ise of water could bo
"It occurs to me." he said today,
"that ns the government has Idle pow
er on Its hands during the day. 111 the
shape of the electric light plant power
used at lilgbt. It could pump out the
Walklkl laluls When the ltapld Tran
sit company put out the lilt across the
.McCiilly tniet. It was pumped out. The
Willklkl vvrt hituts are largely over;
llowed with seepage wnter nnil rain
fall, although there may be some
He vvus reminded that some time
ago Superintendent Miustnn Campbell,
was reported tn have failed In a pump
ing attempt, but Mr. Pond did not
seem to feel that this proved It could
not be done by competent men.
! 4- ! ! ! f "S
"Second All public Institutions nnil
pnrks, etc, should pa) the water de
partment for all water used, as It Is
manifestly unfair that water tiseis
should In i ITeet be taxed for water so
used instead of providing for same out
of general appropriations
"Third Meters should lie Installed
thioiighout the city as the only ap
parent lair basis upon which to iharge
consumeis Tor water actually used.
Tom-lli The late to all shipping
should be uniform and should not ex
ceed the rate to city eonsmni rs. plus
the addltlouul t-xpciiMc for delivering
same, and In no ecnt exceed 2o cents
per thousand gallons.
"Fifth The miter rales to consum
ers should lie at all limes the v(ry
lowest which can be niaile under ceo
nomleiil and clllcient managciueiit "
EXPECT KAU BILL
(Continued from Pan 1)
It ptetty certain that tho committee
has nut yet taken any nction. How
ever, those interested In tho pass-ago
of the bill are rnulldctit that It will
get n fuvornulo report front the Sen
ate Committee nnd will pass tho Sen
ate at this session.
"It passed the House, nnd I under
stand that overy member of tho Sen
nte committee has expressed himself
favorable to It," Bind Mr. Thompson
thin morning. "It has the approval ol
the local l.cglslatiito; H'h u good bill,
and one designed to promote tho in
teresls of the Islands. I think it will
pass at this session of Congress.
Col, Hepburn's action has been
somewhat of n mysllllcatlnn locally.
Just who he represents Ho one Is will
lug to say, but' gucsseu have hern line
aided by u number or people that ho
Is opposed by Hawaiian Interests who
ure against his Irrigation plans.
Booct In Lumber Rates.
Coast advices tell or a material In
riease In lumber rales along tho Pa
cldo Coast. FielRht rates for carry
lug lumber on the Coast have been
Inci easing gradually during the lust
.vcar. Steam schooner tcum.igu for
handling tho product Is being 'hold at
$1.7.1 for ttaiisisirtliig lnoil feet, as
against $1 a thousand In Fchniury ol
last )car, Thoro Is the samo ptopor-
tlonaln Increase for traiisimrtlng tutu
bur In San Pedro and other points he
low San Francisco, tho piesnnl into
for thai haul being : 2.1 per HUM'
feel. Local sleant schooner agents at
tribute the Inn ease largely to tho fact
that practically all the schooners.
which fotinerly lemalned In Iho coast
wlso trado havo been going nit slime
tho last few months, greatl) cutting
ilnui, Ihn kiitioli nf iilalbihli, 10111111170.
1 Steuni schooneis aie being turned out
tn neatly all of Iho big shipyards of
the Coast and befoie 11 gicat while II
ls piedlcled (hero will ho enough ol
thu vessels lo tilko cam of tho coast
vvlsn trade without any ttttempt belli-;
.made to boost the I ale.
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tf The Mot chants' Association ill- 8
n lectins held a meeting at 12.30 tt
tt o'clock todnv 10 receive u lep-irl tt
it 1 1 0111 the committee having In tt
!! charge the matter 01 miter rales tt
tt to shipping. The coiunilllee III tt
tt gcucinl ravnred the use of the tt
ti motor system mid of reducing via- tt
tt tor to shipping as soon as li can tt
tt ln done. tt
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Wedhcsdii), March 2n.
Hawaii via Maul polls - CI.1111II110.
plinr., n. in.
Kn11.1l ports W. (J. Hall. itmr.
Tuesday, Mtuch IP
Central and South American ports -
Klio Minn, Jap slmr., It p.m.
Maul and Molokal polls Mlk'ihal.i,
slmr., .1 p.tn.
Kauai ports Mauna l.o.i stnir, a
San Francisco Limine, slmr. 1.
Hawaii isirls Nllhaii, slmr p tu.
Komi sirts -Likellke, sluii., p m.
Wediiesdav, Miccli 20
Snn Fiaticlsco Siena, () S. S
(Hlstlal Hull, llu Corri'Sisindi'lii I
WAII.HKir, Maul. Maich 1!). The
bids for tho construction of new school
houses in this oiinty weie opened al
Iho County Clerk's olllce list S.itut hu
morning und Hie following coutiacls
were awarded to Hugh Unwell. 1011
Irnctor and civil etiRlneer:
Two room school, Kealiae..? l,2.1uoi)
One tnnui addition, Olnwalu 1.337 un
One loom addition, Kcoke.i I, .17.1. no
One room addlllon, Kealahou LU.I.lno
Olio riKiin aildltlon, Makawao 1, .17.1. no
Mr. Howell's bid for a new school
house ut liana was $S30u and J A.
Ahcong's fll WIS. The conliad rnr
tlie II mi;i school was not awarded as
Hie total aniount of the bids liielu Mug
Hie liana school exceeded the appro
priation set npirt for such pu poses
The contrnct calls lor the commence
ment of tho woik within ten da.vs of
the nwaidliig of the contract and it Is
ovldoht that Mr. Howell will he a veiv
busv man the next two or linen
The awarding of tho conliact loi iho
now extension of the Kula plpp lino
fur one and olio-half miles 1mm the
present tonulniis to Wnlakimol was
deferred for somo time Seuatoi S.
IC. Kalama was In Walliiku last week
attending the session of the execuilve
committee of tho Republican nli ol
this county, and ho speaks lu exult nit
praise of the water system to Kula
and Knnaln, which made II p issiblci
for Hie residents or Makawao. who
have been dependent on lain water In
rlstorns lor Iho past slxt.v .veins or
moie to connect their kllohcns. and
h.ttn-yniils with a watei s.vslem ex
ceeded mil) h.v (he Walliiku water
LOCAL AND GENERAL
John I. Faila was lined II dol
lars and costs of court loda) In I'ollcu
Couit for luehrtalioii
Tho usual meeting of tho Health
Hoard will be held tnnnrinvv ariei
110011 at hair-past 3 o'clock.
Tho homing hefoio the coiuitil.is'on
cr In connection with Ihn cases 01 Iho
seamen alleged to have deserted lium
the cable-ship Itesloror muv eonio up
III the Federal Court this allenionn
The Cnnip Veiy Social Club 11 III
give a diinco at Od Fellnws' Hall ilm
evening of the 22nd. luvllatlous ham
been sent out All rrlends ol II lull
Who have not leeched their luvlla
tlous mo welcome Seigt. Host lieu In
chairman or tho club.
Deputy Atloino) Ceiieral At tlnn t!
Smith has 1 ('celled word thai tho m
giiliient heloro the Sitpienie (Joint on
the appeal lu Hie Ktilwlkl hoiuesteaii
Ing cases will come up cm April 1 r,
Altornoi Irwin or Hllo Insists oil in
filling tho case In person
Steairnhip Minnesota Wac on Fire
SUATTI.IC. Wash. Mmeh 7 - S I-
deilng Ilm was dlscoveiisl lod.iv In
Iho coal hiinkeis or the (ileal Northern
Hnor Minnesota at Its whaif licit'
The new or th(. steamship ,liec(,i
sovotiil stieauis or wilier iulo the hold
fiom which gicat viiIiiiups or smokcJ
poured, and aRer two hours I
work tho (lie was ropoito.l out
The bunkers weie lull or c,i ,.
ed at Nagasaki mid It is not '.noivn
how long the Hi- had been smouiiu,,.
lug helm 0 It was disiovoicl oih,Mi,k
or Hie sleamshlp coinp.in.v s.i) that 110
damage was dono to th vHfl , ,,,
e.URii. Pirt or ,, thoi,,.,,,.
ed hiinkeis was illscluiiged ,ulli ,i.
Mltlll,,,,!.. . Ill ....II
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