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VOL. X. NO. 3946
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. MARCH 10 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 0. Judge Dunne ordered to dis
charge Mayor Schmitz as a result of the decision of the Supreme
Court, refused to sign the $85,000. bail order until tomorrow. Bail of
$280,000. was furnished in Judge Liwlor's court.
Capfaiti Hawaf Dead
SHANGHAI, China, March 10.
tho Pacific Mail liner Mongolia, died
CHRISTIANIA, Norway, March 10. An insane Swede fired several
shots at the Palace fciday in an attempt to kill the King.
TWO LIVES LOST
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 10.
A part of the Almshouse was burned
today. Two lives were lost.
PLAQUE IS DECREASING
VALPARAISO, Chile, March 10.
The plague at Atnefogasta and Iqui
que is decreasing.
. Through a mlstako In yesterday's
Bulletin, tho word "haole" wan
used In siuaklng of tho Harmon cnae
In place (if the wnM "hoolo," tho lat
ter meaning "deny." l5FJ
The PradentialP lK
is still "as safe as Gibraltar." Last
year, the reduction in expense was
One Million Dollars
and the total amount loaned to policy-holders
for the year 1907 'was
Over Seven- Millions
These facts, more than anything
we could say, show the stability and
strength of the Prudential.
Fori -SI. q'.pabl"
IMF WEIGHT SUITS
SPRING 1908 STYLES
Just in on the Alameda, and now offered to you BLACK UN
DRESSED WORSTEDS, single and double breasted:' handsome,
neat, stylish, serviceable.
BLUE SERGES, single and double breasted; here's a clean-cut,
dressy suit for you that always looks will.
Price, $20.00 and $22.50
They are all tailored by the famous New York Tailors
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
CORNER HOTEL STREET
CHMITZ'S DISCHARGE MEETS JUDICIAL
Captain Hathaway, commander of
OVATION FOR ALFONSO
BARCELONA, Spain, March 10.
King Aiionso was given a great ova
tion on his arrival here.
Tho Hoard of Equalization com
menced its sesslmiB yesterday and
will continue) them during tho rest of
mo wpik. nicy take placo from !) a.
in. till 4 p. m. In tho office of tho Tat
Thoro Is nothing that will touch
Tansan to mako J on feel llko a now
man tho morning after tho night be
"If the monoy market wcro easier
and things wcro straightened out on
tho mainland, wo hero In Honolulu
would ho having a regular boom and
speculation in sugar slocks, said a
business man who ought to know, this
morning "On tho whole I'm glad
thero Is no liqoni becauso periods of
speculation aro always bad In the
end. iThcro Is a lack of cash to sup
port speculation out thoro Is no doubt
that tho coming year will bo en ex
cellent sugar year."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorinl Room Phone 185
That's the watchword of our con
cern, and we take pride in. it.
UWW S MM
hub wfftisj u qbbi&
Settlement Water Supply
Suffer? For Lack
According to statements mndo yes
terday by President I'lnkham of the
Territorial Hoard of Ho.ilth, tho wa
ter supply at the Settlement on Mo
lokal Is Hofiuall that'll Is Inadcqunto
for tba use of the Territorial laundry.
It has also been necessary to refuse
water both to the Federal Loprosn
rlum and to tho Federal engineers
who are In need of a supply at tho
new llghthoubc, which will be soon
erected nt Kalaupapa.
At the present time pipe, whli'i
would give a full supply of water for
all theso purposes, has beon bought
and Ib on the ground, but there Is
no money available with which it can
Lo laid, and theio Is no apparent
chanco of getting any till tho next
rcsslon of the Legislature, Tho Leg
islature of 1905 appropriated tho
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Military And Police
Pursue Men On
Honolulu Is now chasing Its crim
inals In tho most up-to-dato manner,
wireless communication with steam
ships being tho latest wrinkle In tho
local criminological line. Slnco tho
transport Shorman loft for San Fran
cisco yesterday nfternoon no- less
than two senarnte rnr.os hnvn hppti
worked on by means of Marconi's
wondorful Invention, nnd the author
ities hope they will attain success In
In one of the cases In question thej.
military authorities aro tho pursuers.
The night before last n soldier, nam-
ed Frank Harpe, fuoko Into the store
house nt Fort Shatter, stealing two!
levolvers nnd some ammunition. Ho
thon went to town, where he is ol-1 ... ,.,- , ,. ,
loged to have given one of tho guns B., FSA?CIoC0' C.ftl". M,aJ;eh?
to n soldier of the 21th Infantry who 5Ut:fUl !. 5. 88 a"aly,,1 10- 6d
was a through passengor In tho Shor- anty, 4.21 cents. Previous quota
man, his idea being that tho two of tlon IPs. 3d.
them were to go back to the Fort lo r,nrnMcn . ,','" ,',, ,..
do tip some of his enemies thoro.
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Furniture Clearance Sale
HIS OFFER IS MADE TO GET RID OF THE GOODS. We need lots of room in a few
days for goods now en route to us. The only ar ticles excepted from this discount in
our entire stock are those few which require but little space. Anything that takes
up room must be sold it will be yours for 75 of its real value I
Sale Starts Monday Morning
Biggest Bargains ever offered here
J. HQPP& CO.,
4 LEWER'S & COOKE BUILDING 185 KING STREET
Sims Not Kind
To Our Navy
"?' COMMA "JDSra SIMSU.J-
Washington, D, C, March 2.
Commander William S. Sims, naval
ulde to the President, today told tho
Senate. Committee on Naal Affairs
tuat tho urtnor belt on battleships Is
too low, and ho charged Admiral Con
verso nnd Admiral Capps with mak
ing misleading statement before tho
Sims was confined by tho commit
tee to the question of construction
of the naval vesvcln.tiutth evinced
if very strong deslro to go back for
many years for the purposo of show
ing that tho constructors had per
sistently rofused to accept sugges
tions. Tlie committee, howeer, declined
to hear him on this point nt this
time onjlio ground that ho could bo
heard at n later stage of tho In
quiry on other features.
Commander Sims gave graphic de
scriptions (if the open turret and tho
direct ammunition hoist, which caus
ed Chairman Hale to exclaim that It
was a wonder that any of tho men
wore left alive.
Admiral Capps was permitted to
cross-examine tho witness on every
point brought out, but the antago
nism of tho two ndlcors oward each
other was such that, tho examination
brought out nothing of value to tho
ATKINSON MAY SPEAK
A. L. C. Atkinson is slated as one
of the speakers Sundny evening at
Centrftl Unl,m cllreh- Mr- Atkinson
lay ho 1,n" not 5ct chogen hls t0',lc'
number, iwailv fell- nuilHmr. 1R i.iiIh.
For sale nt all newsdealurs,
on almost our Entire Stook
I'rTwiiiiirtiiiiliiiM'iFttiitiiiMiiiii milinyiii u wkfrkvakrrtirtiiw
Dates Set For Nomination
And Election Of
Itcsolved, That the chairman of
this committee bo authorized and In
structed to forthwith give notlco to
the Ilcpubllcans of the Seventh Pre-
- cinct, Fourth District, to moot at a
i 'time and place to bo named In such
notice for the purposo of organizing
a precinct club and electing officers
therefor undor tho rules of tho Re
publican party of this Territory.
Such officers to act until the nit
general precinct election.
Hesolved, also. That tho chairman
of this commit too be authorized and
Instructed to Issie a notice calling
the precinct clubs In this County lo
meet on Friday, the 20th day of
March, 1908, at 7:30 o'clock p. ni at
their usual meeting places, for the
purposo of making nominations for
candidates to tho Territorial Conven-
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Same Course As Case Of
Mrs. Kaipu Likely
To Be Followed
From tho present outlook In the
habeas corpi" cpb8 which havo been
brona " 'V Ashford,
to proven;. ..ii -iiui? of two Ha
waiian women to Aiu.u.ct,, i.,o matter
may bo prolonged In tho Bame manner
ns that of Mrs. Kalpu. whoso case
dragged over several years and was
finally Just to bo brought before the
Supremo Court of tho United States
when biio died, thus ending tho mat'
In the present caso If tho law which
Ashford attacks, and which was
passed by tho Legislature of 1907,
should be knocked out by n docUlon
of tho Territorial courts, it would
mean that tho action of the Hoard of
Health In both cases woUld havo to be
taken under Mia old segregation law.
Ashford then 'might fallow tils former
proceeduro and take the matter
through the local courts and thon to
Washington again. In tho meantime,
should tho samo proceeduro bo fol
lowed aB before tho Biispects, though
they havo already been officially de
clared lepers, would bo held In tho
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Delegate Kuhlo Tells Of
Progress Made In
Washington, U. (J.,
Feb. 2C, 1908.
Kill tor B v u n I u g I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
The cccond ntngo of the I'earl Har
bor campaign was entered upon day
before jcBtcrdny when In conference,
with our friends on tho Naval Com
mittee It was decided to adopt u
now plan of action.
Knowing that the Suh-Commltteo
en Yards of tho House. Naval Com
mittee wus friendly to us, It was
planned to have tho wholo Pearl
Harbor matter referred to them for
roport, In thu hope that by means of
n favorablo recommendation from
them wo could movo the full com
mittee to roport a bill,
Tho plan was entered upon yoster
day when tho reference was secured;
today tho sub-committee met and In
truded Its chairman, Mr. Hates, to
Introduce a bill, to bo favorably rec
ommended to tho full committee, car
rying the follo-vlng appropriations:
Pearl Harbor channel, 1200,000,
Dry dock, SUOO.OOO (JS, 000,000
Machine shops, 100,000 (J300,
Storo houses, JSO.OOO (1300,000
General yard development, $50,-
Total to bo appropriated, J700.000.
Total to bo authorlred, J2,S50.0()0.
Immediately after the full commit
tee, referred the Biibjcct yesterday,
Mr. Loudctislagcr Introduced two
bills, imu carrying SSOO.000 for
Pearl Harbor channol nnd stntlnn,
the other piuvldlng for two steol
floating dry docks, one of which Is
kupposedly tor Hnwall,
It Is probable that when the sub
r6mmltteo's roport Is takon up by the
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Orders wero received nt the Na
ni Station this morning, ordering
the tug Iroquois to go to Midway im
mediately to bring unci; to Honolulu
tho marines stntloned there ns well
as the guns, arms and ammunition,
Th6 Iroquois will go on tho marlno
railway this afternoon for a cleaning
and tho work of getting hor ready
for sen Is being rushed ns much us
Joseph Toylor, a native; of Mel
bourne, Australia, took out his first
citizenship papers In tho Federal court
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Snappy Shoe Styles
P. 0. Box 460.
1ST N TAKE
Policy Must Be ti
The matter of sending tho sovon
Japanese lepeiH now In thu Moloknl
Settlement back to Japan took a
rtep forward today though tho stop
that It took was peculiar, nnd may
result In the entire dropping at tho
matter. Two petitions wcro present
ed at tho ofllco of Governor Ficar,
elgncd by the seven, asking that they
bo allowed to return to their nativo
land. The first of theso Is simply a
petition signed by the Japanese,
themselves, r.sklng that they be nl
towed to go, with the permission of
tho Territorial Government, and not
stating how, or when.
The cecoml petition, which Is by
far the moro Important, reads us fol
lows: To the Honorable Walter V. Frcnr,
Governor of Hnwall.
We, the undersigned Japanese lep
ers, segregated nt the Molokal Leper
Settlement, County of Kalawao, M
and of Moloknl, Territory of Hawaii,
do earnestly nnd respectfully petition
and pray that upon application ot
His Imperial Japanese Majesty's Gov
ernment for tho possession of our
persons for tho purpose of transport
ing the undersigned to our native
country. Japan, that jou will direct
tuo proper Territorial authorities to
deliver our persons to the otnclnls ot
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ISLAND FRUIT CO.,
72 . KING. PHONE 15.
keep while in use, but deteri
orate when kept in stock. We
have in a FRESH LOT of
them on the last Alameda. Get
them now. HOT WATER
BOTTLES, SYRINGES, ETC.
for gentlemen. Wc have
them in our windows.
One of them is our new tan
Blucher Oxford for Spring nnd
Summer wear. It is made of
genuine Russia Calf on the
The correct Welted sole,
with smooth inner-soles, soft,
and pliable, makes it nn easy
and stylish shoe. The leather
takes a delightful polish.
This shoe wears well, and
holds its shape till the end.
Price $4.50, Ask for Style
I . Good Heals I