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Evening Bulletin
T
'IQJ BULLETIN CoiiIhI, Just
From 8an 1'rnnciico:
Nippon Minn M.mli SG
For San Frnncisco:
Cliljii'Miirn March Z'J
From Vnncouvcr:
Mnkura April 2
For Vnncouvcr:
closed, m!(Ic1 to the list of tub
icribirn 1000 NEW luunee.
YVi-
Any adtertisinp patron of the B h I -I
r t i n is nt liberty to come in ami
I
enfy this natcmtnl. Every mcr-
The Bulletin's Industrial Edition is Honolulu's Best Bid for World's Recognition j y"ee"scK)o BiS&A it "
"vwvjjiiinvu disposal without extra expense.
I AhmiiikI March SI
3:30 EDITION
VOL. XI. HO. 420D.
30 PAQES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1000. 10 PAOES,
,v
TRICE 50 CENTS.
,
T
TAFT
COELHO
MILLiON AND HALF
Important Mcusure Introduced by
Coellio-Rnirchlld Sounds Warn
lnj Ajjuinst fcSxtrnvtijjance in Ex
penditures Deputy-Sheriffs Are
'I opic of Discussion In iaentite.
SENATE
32d Day Morning Session
(Inn liillllmi. six hiltiilicd unci slx-l-nlno
thousand, Tour hundred mid
ninety-two ilollnrti n ml eighty-two
iimiIh In appropriated nut of nuy
moneya lecolved liy I lie Treasurer
nut of tlm lo:in fund for the lili'iinlnl
period cnilliiR Juno 30, 1'JII, liy n
hill ill trod ii cod In this uppor chamber
of I ho Legislature tli Im mnrnlne liy
itcnator Cnolfio.
Tlm Iti'iim of tlm lilll :irn nil for
Internal Improvements, and tun dl
vldcd among; (ho different Islands, na
follows: '
Hawaii. I27K.3DK 3; Mntll. $:!I2.
lfi.V2r,; Moloknl, -$38.:W0; Katml.
iao,a2.2fi; Oaliu, Hl!,r.r.C.Sl.
Tlm InrRiwl Indlvldunl Item In llin
hill Ik $134,7(18.71; for a piping xyx
tcm for thn llonoliilii City Water
works. 'rile hill passed ItH ItrC leading liy
Liquor Amendmen
Are
At a special meeting of tho IJxrr
ntlv.i Committee of tlm Itepnlillran
Central C'onunlttee, held HiIh noon,
rct-nltillmiH condemning any nuicu.l
nieiit of the present liquor law worn
unanimously parsed. Those pi client
nt tho mooting woto A. I.. ('. Altiln
pon, A. I), Castro, Harry m Holt.
.1. I. Cooke, (!. K. King. J. C. Lane.
I. Maefarlane, N. rerntuide., mid
(!. N. Voeller. The resolution fol
low k;
Wheie.iH, there Ik now pending bn
fore the lloiun of HepreKeut.it hen of
thn LeRltdnturo of Hawaii lerlalu
measures Kteklni; to nniouil.tho proi.
cut llijuor law; and.
WILSON BROS.,
STAR and CLUETT SHIRTS
THE SMART DRESSER knows these Shirts.
1 There is QUALITY in them quality
that shows.
QUALITY in the materials used, and
in the way they are put together? QUALITY
and GOOD TASTE in the patterns selected.
New line just in. You'll like these Shirts
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
CORNER OP PORT AND HOTEL STS.
title and w.ik loferrod to Hie J'rllit-
tng lomtniiiie.
Monoy Appropriated
Aflor the llllro.lucth.il If Hie hill.
Somilni Kulrchlld. elialrin.'iii of the
Unya and Mc'ina Committee, called
ntlciitlnn to tlio fact that alieady
this session, tlm mini of $171,314.28
has liven nppioprlatcd. Thn Items
toveicd liy I ho appioprlatlonH so far
aio ai) follow k:
Kxpenses of the Senate, $2(1,1101);
cxpeiiHCH of thn llonce. $20,000; ro
InlbuiMlng lepniii for lauds taken hy
tlm Terrl' iry on the Inland of Mnlo
k.il, $ J JV'J; npproprl.illou for thn
Alaska-Yukon Jlxposltlon, $2!,000;
fluid tor the entertainment of iIIk
tlligtiishcd vbltors i omlnc us RinstK
or thu Tcriltory. $20,1100; relief nt
r.evl C. Ionian, jr, O.tn r. ; unpaid
Chilian iignliiHt thn Territory, $21170.
40; lelmlmtslug the lllshnp Untitle
for hind wrongrnlly loealed as homo-
(Continued on Pace 3)
vim inaeted li a Ilepulillraii I.crIk
l.itttrn In fullllliuout of thn pledges
of tho platfoim of ltlllG; and,
Whereas, tlm amendment)) covered
hy t,:i hi hills now liefmn thn House
of llcprenilatlcit arn liiionslslnt
with Hi pledget of the Itepulilican
par4, in that they peek to affect the
j essential re.itliren of the law; there-
l rore L'e It
lleaolverl hy tm Cxeciitlvn Com
mittee of the Itepiihllcnn party of
Hawaii, That we regard tho ii.iiwiiro
of k.i 1.1 1)1 1 In hk a direct violation of
thn pledge In thu platform of' Hep
temlier 1 1, IfluS.
'" . i am i
IS
fBmiiftjjfi
meed
MARINES RETURNED TO
INTRODUCES
FREAR VETOES
TTrW
JL ,JL.mlJL 11
Governor Finds
Districts of
and Most Unusual Powers Upon the Board of
Supervisors
On the proimd Hint It coiifern Ukiii
the lloird ol Knpervlsora of the Cltj
and County of Honolulu ton i'Xl.'iiU"
,ih well nn niOHt uuiiKiial poweiH. (lo
ernor Krear thin mornlns etoed the
Doilthltt teiiemeut hill.
The Intent of Ihhi lilll U to Rlw tin
Sup. rloiG ixiwur to resolute nud re
Uriel thu erection or pol factoricn
Inundilcs and other thliiKii of thn miiiio
Keneral character, and eHpeelally ten
i incut and lodging Iioiikch, thu l.le-i ho
IliK to provide n melhoil for KetllliiK
the vexed and much iiKltatnl queHtloii
ot wlinther or not tho .InpancHe are to
ho allowed to ruin tho choice renlilence
dlbtilctH of thn cll hy nilltiK them full
or tenement Iioiiwk This quehtloii, of
I'ournu, nro? ou-r ihe Maklkl liuulili
of n j ear ago.
With the tuirllciiiar Intent of the hill
DEPUTY SHERIFF
BLLLJOR OAHU
House Has Special Bill
To Cover This
Island
HOUSE
'Hit' nml thlfiK thut happen.'! lo thn
IlniiM' wan a cull from CIiiii.IIuk .Me
III hie. Kllk hat and all. heat Inn the
(iiiornnr'H veto id DonthlttV tenement
hoin.o hill.
Iiouthltt at Ihe time hail not set ar-
rle.l, !i:3D lielnK too carls for him
Own more the Speaker felt called up
on to piy IiIh coinpllinuntH to thu .111
iKent O.ihil meiiiherH. "ICIthcr thn
hourH of Ihe Iloiuo miiKt ho chaiiKcd
to conroriu to those of tho himnruhk
ineinherK from Oahu," Im nnlil. "or Ihe
honora'iln memhcrii from O.ihu miiKt
rhnimo their 1kiiiihi.i conforia to those
of the Hoiiko. ThlM i loo hid. This
Ik now tho thlrty-Kecoud, day of (he
m'khIoii mid when tlm fiftieth day nr
lIvi'H It will Im loo late lo pass mil
lilll over thn Cinvernor'a cln In the
Interest of the people we renrcKenl
On account or Douthltl'H tanlluet.ii
(Continued on Pace 3)
How Foolish
for a man, after having ac
cumulated a fortune, to ncc
lect afec;iiardinc; it for hii
family by makinir out a will
full of flaws, or none at all!
The average business man
cannot draw un a will tlwt
wilt ulwayB hold without a
lawyer's assistance. Wo will
Bive you that assistance free
of charge.
Sec us about your WILL,
Hawaiian
Trust Co.
Ltd.,
HfJ X.- Vt
EMENT
That Measure to
Honolulu Confers
thn (hm-rior appirentlj Iiiih no null i
to llud. lint tho construction of the'
meaHUre Im lliltiku eiv defective IIIk
Veto tncmwf;" In full hum. I
"I herewith letiirn. wlthoui m ap
l.rmal, House lilll No 17. entitled "An ,
Act to Amend Section 23 of An Act I'.n
tltled 'An Act IllcoiporatliiK the ("liy
and Count., of Honolulu. ' lieliiK Act t IS
ol Hie Ki-Hhlnn kawii of lii'i"."
"TIiIk Act In my opinion iillenip!
to iinifcr upon tho ilo.ird of Hui-i-rtU-ors
nt thu City nml County or Hono
lulu too oxIriiKlvu iih well as mimt
iiuil8ii.il ivcrn. TIiIh Ii duo perluips
lo ii dcKlre to muku nir of uietliui;
certain liee.tn ill eminl in li, Itn.wii-lMiil
In such cnHCR. lniv.-i"ep. i?reiLi ftii-(J
Mioiild he taken'. lo uold koIiik ro far
that tho renultliiR cvIIh in other dliec
tlims will he Bre.ilor than the evil In-
Suit
Against
Police
A null ror Jiloii (laiuaccM hiiK In en
h"KUii hy John IIoik.'k, nKnliiKt Man
uel .Meilelios, delietlte. CliilK. II Hose,
deputy' flterlfl. .mil .lack Kataklela,
ihlel ol detietlM's It appeni'H that
IIoikck wan urtei-teil on Information
Kltcii hy another man. who turned
hlatu'H wltneKK, and tho pieseut ae
Hon hiiH lieen taken on a IiiikIk or
wioiiKrul nrri'Kt and Imprisonment.
.IiiiIru HiimphruyH Ik makliiK a test
case ol thn inatler. Tlm papeiH were
served on thu iiIIIcitm this afternoou.
and caused no Kiirprlsu us lliiinplirejs
had Kt.iled that ho would tako soiuu
inicli action to li-ht thu legality or thu
ariest or lloiKes.
SUGAR
SAN FRANCISCO, Col.. March 25,
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s,
5 l-4d. Parity. 4.20 cents. Prey,
ious quotation, 10s, 4 l-2d.
m
Bulletin Business Ofnce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Popular
Prices
For the Finest Mal in Town.
0
Alexander Yonng
Cafe
Spring- Mattresses
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp te Co.,
185 KING ST.
BILL
Protect Residence
Too Extensive
tend'l to he remedkd or i.o f,ir thji
eeii tlm deslir.l oliliel Itnelf will hit
IriiKtrated.
"ArniimliiB tor pri-renl purpoiei. ih.it
tlm prolloni of Keetlon 1 hrn not mi
liio.nl an lo he iinciiimtltutloiinl, or at
leant tlmt It would Im unre to enact
them ami loin., their contraction or
effect to the riiiut mid also that there
Ih no ohjeetlou to Keetlon 2 taken li
Htell, I think that H.-tlon ,1, impeclal.
I.v In conneellon with .Section 2, rook
nltoRi'thei too fur.
"Sretlou 2 niillinrliM thu lloaiil of
Huportlsorii to make alt orillnaucns
i.ecesiinry to protect health. Iltu and
l'romirt. In Ither wor.N. to co.-r r.me
tlcally all riihjecl niiliraei., within
tho Territorial criminal lawn an well
u many other huIiJccIh of legislation.
(Continued on Page 5)
IT"
Depositary
Bill Report
The hill to authorize tlm ileno-.lt
of Territorial moneys In hankH In
this 'Ieirltory whb reported hack hv
the I Inaneu Commltteo tills after
iiimiii with material nniendmcntH.
and h the adoption ol thu repot t
passed second readlnR.
The hill as amended provides that
Treasury runilK or tho Territory lnnv
ho depiiblted In National hankH or
li.inkH .IoIiir hiiHincHH under tho lawn
of Hawaii. Hut when kucIi denosllh
(Continued on Page 2)
BORN,
I.i:VIS In thin city, Maieh 2i. limn,
to thn wlfu of A Lewis, a son
The Industrial Edition nf h.a
Evening Bulletin, wranoed
ready for mailing, 50 cenU at B u 1
1 e t i n offlec.
BANANAS!
PINEAPPLES!!
PAPAYAS ! ! !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Theater Tickets
the best there is in the house, are
to be had from us promptly for a
small fee abovo the usual price. Bet
ter get the best there is.
TERRITORIAL MESSEN0ER
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
!H(?!I
""""T.M
LOAN
MARINES RESTORED
TO NAVAL SHIPS
WASHINGTON, D. C, Much 2 0 -Pmidcnl Tail lui. untied an or
icr ror the restoration of the marines to mival vessels on the svnc foot
ing as they were before the Roasevdt order removinn them.
ThlM older may menu the r.lih.li.iwnl .if th, mumI.i.-s .,i Cini. Vi
that Were brought heie liy Hip mil ,., liuT.ih.
T ATT TH
I Hi I III
FORSH
WASHINGTON. I). C, March 26. rromdcjit Taft has uu opted nit
invitation to speak in favor of the S'u'i Subsidy nt i r-'ftmc of the Mer
chants League to be held in Cleveland, Ohio.
Queen Is
SAN FRANCIECO, Calif., Marc'i 26.-0 -r-n I.iluiokalant sailed on
the Siberia today for Honolulu.
300 Murders In M Years '
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 20. A woman Ins been arrested
in bamarn who is accused of bavin? committed 300 murders in thirty
Vfars,
c ,.,. RUSSIA'S POLITICAL DEATH H0LL
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia. March 20 Twnty-two political pris
oners have been sentenced to death.
TAFT BECOMES MEMRF.n
NEW YORK, N Y March 2G.
member of the Legal Aid Society.
VOLCANO STARTS UP
SAN SALVADOR, Central America, Mnich 2(i. The volrano of Ia.
loo is active.
CARNEGIE WILL
GIVE A LIBRARY
If the Legislature will msa thn hill
Introduced in thu House hv Klilneli.
and ilKorously opposed this mortiluf;
liy Itlco nud tho Khii.iI delegation, pro
vldltiB tor tlm eslahllshment and main
tenancu of tho l.lhrarv of Hawaii, tlm
Territory will ho Presented hv Amlri.tv
'CarnoRlo with Ironi $IO0,nno tq $r,(l,tion
mr h mm nnrary UulldliiK. Tin Is I ho
substance or n statement inadn liv
Ciovernor I'rear this noon In an Intel
view.
The (invcrnnr Ih stioiiRh uikIiik Hi.
p.issaKe id tho Mil and hope-, to Im
alilo to overcome tho opiMiiailoii to it
that dou'lnped this intimitis ' What
tho use nt tenchlnR our clilhl en t'i
read,' hu asked, "ir th. r, i ti .li i
CAMBRIDGE
Men's Box Call Blucher
CambridRC bit, single welt sole.
One of tho famous "All America'
line.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Limited
BILL
Returnin
T
i .
President Taft his been elected a
v
lor tin "l to it... w ii ih..-. ar,,
laimht."
(SmiTiinr I'n"ii H.iie.1 thu h,. ,n.
confeiei s with Mr C,.in.'.;le tmU
la-it ,Mn and last Kept. nil. r reuli
to tlm Iron KIiir pros .nll:iR the Tui
rllniv of Hawaii ulih a line liliraiv
hulhlliiK, anil thu only iiuestlon now ap
peal s to Im how tn in It Mr. Cameula
will Re "We eaunot expcel Iohh
Uiiiii $ihi,iiiiu." wihl the floveriinr. "and
we ina Ret as iniieli n It Mi mm
"lint to ki I thh .louiiiloii It h nec
e 'iiim tli.it the Legislature pa..s Homo
-ueli taw i, is now I., fore the House,
,'irnliin ,.n iip.,oini illou foi ihe kiii.
imrl in tin Inn n v
(Continued on Page 3)
lb '?.
mm ;;
"Tho Place To
TEL. 282
023 FORT STREET
1051 FORT ST.
Buy Shoes"
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