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Vol. IV No. 3640
SITE BETWEEN KING AND MERCHANT
Frivolous Use Of Veto,
Diminishes Its Power
SENATE OVERRIDES BOTH VETOES
19th Day Forenoon Session.
Smith read n petition from the As
sociated Charities for nsslstancc. It
was signed by S. 1). Dole, Alex. Mack
intosh and Mrs. F. W. Macfarlano. It
was referred to the Ways nnd Means
Smith reported tor "the Judiciary
Commlttco on House Dill 69, provid
ing more voting compartments than
three, If necessary, recommending
The same committee reported on
House Dill 72, relating to truancy.
In part as follows:
In order to meet the objection rais
ed In tho debato upon the bill, that
there was no provision made for tho
summonsing of the truant child to
nppear befoVe the court, the commlt
tco recommends that the words "such
child nnd" bo Inserted after tho word
"cause" in the fifth line of tho print
ed bill, so that that portion of sec
tion 213 shall read "Section 213.
Penalty. If nny child of school age
nhnll persist In absenting himself or
herself from school, any District
Magistrate shall upon a proper com
plaint being made by tho school
teacher or any other offlcor or agent
of tho department, cause such child
nnd the father or mother, guanllan
or other person having the chargo of
such child, to be summoned," etc.
With this amendment wo recom
mend tho passage of the bill.
Tho Ways and Means Commlttco
reported on House 1)111 9C, exempt
ing from tho payment of tobacco li
censes the growers of tobacco, rcc
ommendlng Its passago on tho
grounds that the Industry was still
In the experimental stage, should bo
Dowsctt Introduced n bill making
special appropriations for tho nso of
190" to 1909.
for the fiscal period
PALOLO WANTS fl, ,000. Jonn AlIama or Thomn8 JofrerBOIl
Chllllngworth introduced a poll- llsC(, lt ovcll ollC0i Ma(jron rCsorted
tlon from I'nlolo valley residents nsk- to (t-three times, Monroo only once,
Ing for S17.000 Tor repair of roads. !Jonn Quncy A(J(ima , not a slnB,0
Referred to the Ways nnd Means ln8tlinco, Undcr tno first six Pros
Committee. j ints, the veto-power had been used
Dowsctt reported for tho Ways but six times In all; unless thora
nnd Means Committee on Sennto Dili rhould bo Included somo private bills
60 In part as follows: Uont buck for correction nnd not In
The objects of the bill ore to nu-'nny tense furnishing matter of con
thorize tho Treasurer of tho Torrl-itest between parties. Tho country
tory, with tho approval of tho Gov-' hud thus been educated by tho
ernor, to Issuo refunding bonds of i sages of the era of tho Constitution
tho Territory of Hawaii, bearing In- In tho belief thnt only nn oxtraordl
tciest nt n rate In no case, howovor, rmry occasion Justified n resort to
to exceed thnt provided for in tho .what, In tho popular dlsllko of Its
bonds to be refunded. Proper rp- character, lind received tho nntno of
Mrlctlons nro placed upon tho sale or (Continued on Pag 2)
Comet ClotMeanrMcm I
MAPS IN NrWTORN
pin custo ws a merchant must call upon the paper which
HONOLULU. TERRTTORTl OP HAWAII.
exchange of such refunding bonds,
and the proceeds therefrom, In tho
event cf sale, must be applied sole
ly to the payment of the bonds to bo
efunded. It exchanged, such re
funding bonds may bo exchanged nt
not less than par valuo for an equal
amount at not more than par value
of the bonds to be refunded.
Tho passage of this Act would
place the Territory In a position to
take ndvnntago of any opportunity
offering to borrow money on more
advantageous terms than Is now the
case, by the Issuance of refunding
bonds and calling In an equal
amount of Its bonds as may be re
deemable at tho time. In no caso
can bonds under this act be sold at
less than their nominal par value,
Furthermore, the passage of this
net would enable the Treasurer to Is
sue refunding bonds, for sale or ex
change, In such amounts as would
be necessary to meet any of tho pres
ent bond Issues at their maturity, a
matter of no small moment to the
Territory woro payment of such
bonds demanded when due, nnd no
funds available, to meet such de
Your commlttco therefore rccom
mends thu passage of the bill.
Tho Governor's veto of Scnnto Dill
14, enlarging tho right of married
women to deal with their separata
property, was taken up.
Dowsett moved to reconsider tho
bill. Smith moved to pass tho bill
over tho veto. Ho read the follow'
i Ing extracts from "Twenty Years
of Congress," by James O. Maine
virro spaiisi:i,y used.
Tho earlier Presidents, filled with
the spirit of the convention that
formed tho Constitution, wero ex-
tromely careful In the use of tho
ieto - power. In eight years Wnsh-
i Inptnn iirai! It lint twirl.. Vnlthnr
you pay for your Spring
Suit that is of io much im
portance to you. The main
trouble it getting one that
pleases yon, one that you
know is absolutely right a
to style and fit. These trou
bles disappear the moment
you put on one of our suits.
You don't have to have
someone tell you it is be
coming and that it fits you
perfectly you Know it. No
matter what price a man
pays for a suit he is per
fectly satisfied if he gets his
THE KASH CO,
TEL. MAIN 25.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T5
THE BULLETIN IS
Mahuku Estate Lot
Chosen For Site
Of U.S. Building
The "mauka" site, on the makal side on the Mongolia tomorrow. No, I can-
of King Btrcet, between tho Kmmeluth
and the U. O. Hall buildings will be cctcd Is as that would not be proper,
tho site of the new Federal building. Any Information which joii receive of
II. A. Taylor, who was delegated by flclally should come from Washlng
the United States Treasury to choose, ton. However I have no doubt that
tho site, and who heard the opinions you will be able to nnd out ns I have
of' the public yesterday, made up his
mind promptly, and although the for- the property and they will probably
mal approval of the Department Is give the matter out."
still necessary, the matter of the loca- Neither F. S. Dodge of tho Bishop
tlon can now be regarded as definitely Hstato or R. W. Shingle of the Henry
decided on. i Waterhouso TruBt Co. would give any
In speaking of the selection of a site information whatever about the mat
for a Federal building this noon ex- ter. However, it Is definitely known
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury H. that Taylor Is at present engaged in
A. Taylor, said: writing his report nnd that the Water-
"I have selected the site for the
building nnd will leave for the Coast
Is Due At
(Special Wireless to Dullctln)
Thn inn,! nmi pninrtntiimpnt niven
tho Los Angeles party by tho citizens
of Hllo last night was one of the most
successful ovcuts over been on this
Island. Tho Armory was beautifully
decorated by tho ladles of tho city and
the arrangements wero perfect. Tho
lunu was prepared undcr tho direction
of the Rev. Stephen Desha and over
700 people wero seated nt tho table.
Each guest was given n native basket
as n souvenir of tho occasion.
John Scott ncted ns tho toastmnstcr.
Mr. Wiggins spoko for tho visitors,
Mr. Ilerron for tho Ixs Angeles Cham
ber of Commerce, C. M. I.e. lllond for
the Hllo Hoard of Trade, nnd Rev, S.
U Deshn for the Hawnllans.
Tho entertainment after tho lunu
Included everything from hulas to
Sunday school cantatas with dancing
Interspersed. Tho visitors nre most
enthusiastic over Hllo and tho splen
did reception which has been given
them. Tho last section returned from
tho Volcano this morning.
The party expects to reach Honolulu
Friday morning and to enter tho har
bor at 7 a. m.
Owing to a breakdown of tho Hiillc
tln's press, necessitating tho doing ot
the prcBswork on tho second edition
elsewhere, tho slzo of this Issue has
bad to bo reduced to six columns.
ns it m
All tho new building arrange
ments of tho wldo vernndns nnd Ia
nnis nt tho Scnsldo Hotel, together
with other preparations for Regatta
Day, will bo completed tomorrow in
time for the Saturday celebration.
The nttractfvo Hawaiian Hand con
cert will contlnue-nll afternoon from
2 o'clock for tho delight of the visit
ing I.os Angolans nnd tho public
while they are viewing the canoo
and boat races from tho shaded
lawns and grounds of the hotel.
The visitors will also enjoy the
ringing and plnylng of tho Hnwnll-
rn Quintet Club at the shirt waist
dance In the evening which will bo a
thoroughly Informal affair, so that
those who are In holiday out-door
nttlre nnd wish to remain nt the
Wnlklkl hotels to dinner need not
go to town to chnngo their dress to
attend the ball.
DON'T FOIQET YOUR FRIENDS
Leave an order for a box of choice
Pineapples or a bunch ot teleoted
A UiHOl, HOME-STAYING
THURSDAY. MAltOH J4.
not tell you where the slto I have scl-
Informed the men who are handling
house Trust Co. have landed the cov-
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 14.
In compliance with the provisions of
the new Immigration Act, President
Kooseveu nas issued an oraer to tne
effect that Japanese and Korean la
borers, skilled ns well as not skilled,
who have received passports to go
to Mexico, Canada and Hawaii, and
who come from these places, be re
fused permission to enter the conti
nental territory of the United States.
The order was issued in fulfilment
of the promise made by the President
to Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco
and the Board of Education of that
TROUBLE WITH STRIKERS
LOUISVILLE. Ky March 14.
The rioting strikers of the street car
line attacked the cars being run by
non-union men here today. They
were repulsed by the police.
STOCK PANIC IN NEW YORK
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 14.
There was a pronounced slump in
the stock market here today. At the
close of the Exchange conditions
were near a panic.
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J Hopp Sr Co ,
there are neople practically
penniless who once possessed
large estates. If these people
had placed the care of their
estates in reliable hands, inch
as ours, today they would
have good yearly incomes.
goes into the family M
Primary Bill Passes
By Bi Majority
In the Lower House
REPUBLICANS FULFIL PLEDGE
19th Day Forenoon Session. FAVORS Till: PEOPLU.
The Republican members of the John Hughes replied to Kanlho'
IIoiieo of Itenrrscntutlvcs redeemed
one of the party's principal pledges this
morning by pnssing tho primary bill,
by a unanimous vote of all tho Hepub-
llcnn members present. The Democrats'
and Home Rulers talked and voted
against It, but all their efforts wero ,
evidently meant more to Impress their
constituents than for the hopeless pur
pose of Influencing votes.
Kanlho, who has recovered suffi
ciently from his Illness to be bnck In
his teat again, renewed his fight on
the measure, and made a long speech
In his characteristic manner, dealing
principally, as Representative Hughes
put it, with glittering generalities. He
claimed that the bill was a bad one,
that It would restrain the common peo
ple from exercising their rights and
privilege, nt Jumping from one party
to another whenever they felt like it,
and that it would make tho expenses
of campaigning so heavy that the poor
man would stand no chance.
Hughes and Kaleo spoke in favor of
the bill, and Hughes made about tho
bCBt speech that he has mndo during
the tension. Further debate was cut
nlf by the carrying of n motion for tho
ilO FEi: WORRIES KANI1IO.
Consideration of tho primary bill
was resumed this morning soon nftci
the House convened, the bill coming
on on third rending.
Kanlho. of course, wns the first man
on his feet after the bill had been read.
HJs first objection this time was the
lu clause, leqiilrlng candidates to put
up a $10 fee for their nomination )a-
pers. That Is not tho only expense, he
said, connected with running for iilllcc.
Traveling expenpes rim up to a largo
IIkiiic. 1 his cost fell tin tuorjono who
Is seeking an elective olllce. Tho bur -
den fell heavily on the poor man who
Is aspiring for oilier.
Furthermore." said Kanlho, "the
burden falls more heavily ujhmi tho
candidate for Congress, who bus to
travel throughout tho Territory.
More than that, such u bill as tins
limits one's rights und privileges ns It
makes it necessary for a man to bo
rich to rim for olllco.
"Again. It rcuulres a Republican to
run on the Rcpubllcun ticket, n Demo
crat on tho Democratic ticket, nnd n
Homo Ruler on the Homo Rulo ticket.
As tho present law stunds, a Republi
can who Is thrown down by his parly
und Is requested by another party to
run on Its platform, no can no so.
Under tho proposed law, ho could not.
"I want to nBk why this bill was
brought by Its father, J. II. S. Knlco?
As 1 said, It has tlireo bud features. It
this law passcB, our Prince Delegate to
Congress will have no longer a chanco
to bo Delegate.
"Weru this law to pass, we would
bo restrained In our liberty and free
dom, und tho plantations will step In
und rim things to milt themselves.
"I think that Inasmuch as one ot the
leaturcs ot tho law Is to limit tho rights
pud privileges, ot tho citizens. It Is op
posed to tho constitution ot the United
Stales, and Is a very bail law. I inovo
Its consideration bo Indefinitely post
105 J Fort Street
I. " s
a . r 1
rpcccli. "This bill," he said, "was
drawn up at the request and on the
ilt-niaml of the rank nnd lllo of the
Republican party. It was drawn up to
conrorm with similar laws In use on
J''c mainland, lt is being supported
"' the best men, and the people, the
mat majority of the people In this
"I have not heard any voice raised
In opposition to the bill outside this
House, except those of two or three
politicians who have been relegated to
o'isciirity, nnd our friend from Kohalu
nnd the one from Wnlalna (Mahoc).
l lie gtntlemau from Kohnla rays
this is u bad bill and will bring bad
results. Is he endowed with the gift
ot prophesy. If It brings good results
on thu mainland, why should It not
"Everybody knows the corruption
tout has existed here In politics slnco
America has had the islands. We h.-ne
bad men changing their political faith
just as n man changes his coat.
"The honorable gentlemnii says this
bill taken away the rights of citizens.
Why this bill Is formed to give them
"Tho honorable gentleman says
under this bill the Prlncn could not get
back to Congress, but hu does not give
any reason why nut. That Is one of
his glittering generalities. 1 wiy the
Prince will get hack to Cnugrcsj na ..
often ns iih wants to go.
"Tho honorable gentleman s.i)s this
bill puts the poucr In the hands ot the
plantations. It does Just thu opposite.
"Tho hoiioinble gentleman says this
Is u bad bill. 1 think It Is u good bill
und I move lt pass."
KALEO CLOSES DERATE.
Thu previous question was moved
'(.ml t-ntrlcr, mid Kaleo, iih the Intro-
oncer or tno hill, and Mist mover fur
Its passage, closed the debate.
'I think this law will do away with
bribery so far as this Island Is con
cerned." hu said, "us no tine would
think of tr) lug to brlbu G0OO voters,
whereas they might try to bribe 290
Kaleo bikiKo for about flvo minutes.
and tho vote wns then taken. The bill
passed by a vote of 21 to I.
STATUS OF HOUSE DILIA
Sneaker Holstcln called the attention
of the Hoiibo to tho stntus tit the va
rious House bills. There aro nine In
the hands ot the (lovernor: tho Miscel
laneous Committee, is still considering
1, tho Flnanco Committee C. Health
Committee 4, Education Committee S,
(Continued on Page 8.1
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