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The CVCNINd BULLETIN
PACirlC STATES TOUIt.
THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1907.
Thli vote It ged until
April 26, 1907.
Manuka May 1
in hum iimiim nouns use ii bulieiin
HONOLULU. rKUKITOKY OP HAWAII. THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1907
iJKIOB O OKNTH
j TAKE NO
Tlic Hoard of Immigration hold a meeting this afternoon for
the purpose of drafting u resolution which should net forth tho
policy which tho Hoard may deem lit to pursue In tho future), A
number qf dlffcient plans have liccn offered, nil of which were
discussed In tho meeting, but no Ilnnl action wus taken mid tho
meeting was adjourned till l:3't tomorrow, when u resolution In
regard to the policy of tho lloaid will In all probability be,
The Hoard appointed W. 1". Dillingham as tho executive oni
ccr of tho Hoard with full power to take such action an ho should
deem necessary in the distribution of llio Immigrants to arrive
on the llello'polls and tliu llomcilc.
it ii it it iNl ii ii ii it
City And County
Law Is Approved
By Good Majority
37th Hay Porenoon Session
The) Seiiato this afterniMin passed
tho 'Municipal bill on final reading
mid it now goes to tho House. As
the tmo for the final volo approach
ed Senator Illshop. offered u scries of
amendments purposed to hedgo tho
authority of the proposed municipal
ity. Ills motions railed.
The final vote stood us follows:
Acs Drown, Huysolden, Make
l;au, Hewitt, Downed, Chllllngwdvth,
Ijine, Knudscn, and Smith.
Noes McCarthy, Gandnll, Kala
iiiii, Woods, Illshop.
Absent Coelho. . '
Tho consideration of tho municipal
bill on third reading consumed near
ly the entire forenoon session of tho
Senute today, and was tho most lm
'iKirtunt matter handled by t'liut
hmiso. Tho entffo bill was read
through by thu clerk, and It was on
ly at the end ot'thls reading that dis
cussion began. Dlshop led oft with a
strong opposition to tho provision for
u municipal election this year. Ho
vtated flatly that, ho would not vote
for tho hill uulers It wore so amend
ed. Smith opposed this, hut Lane,
the Introducer or the bill, said that
he did not care much whether tho
fiist election was held in 1907, as
provided In the bill, or in 1908,' as
proposed by Illshop, and tho 'amend
ment carried. Further amendments
were offered providing fors1the np
pioval by tho Supervisors of the ap
pointment or deputies by the' City
Clerk, Treasurer hnd other such offl
cors. Finally n recess was tukciumd
further changes will be token up this
Tho Judiciary Commlttoe reported
(orml Oolic.1 f)rMtn
MADE IN NEW YORK.
AihaJRMillmln iffi IUKUT1
it ii ii H H it ii ii ii ii ti
on Sennto Hill !, relating to tho as
Mssmcnts of person's Interests, rec
ommending that it bo referred to tho
commission, handling tax matters.
TJie same committee reported on
Fcnatc Hilt 90, providing that all
persons employed by the Govern
ment must be citizen's, recommend
Ing that It be tabled. Tho report
read In part as follows:
THAT CITIZEN HILL.
The bill provides that "all offi
cers, deputies, clerks, usslstants, in
terpreters, police, laborers and other
persons employed In tho service of
tho Government or tho Territory or
Hawaii, or In tho service or any
County or municipal subdivision or
hi Id Territory must ho citizens or the
United States or America," and wo
think that tho requirement Is too
sweeping and would not bo In tho
Section 121 or tho ItovUed I.uws
provides that mi person shall bo em
ployed as n mechanic or laborer up
on nny public -work carried on by
this Territory, or by any political
subdivision thereof, whether tho
work Is done by contract or other
wise, unless such person is a citizen
of the United States, or eligible to
I ecomo n citizen. Under these pro
visions It has been difficult at times
to obtain laborers to do necessary
jublic work, and to extend It as con
templated by the bill under consider
ation would be III advised. With tho
mlxod population of the Territory It
not Infrequently becomes desirable to
employ Interpreters and occasional
(Continued on Pao 2)
Dlank books of nil sorts, lodgers,
etc. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
you pay for your Spring
Suit that is of so much im
portance to you. The main
trouble is getting on-that
pleases you, one that you
know is absolutely right ai
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 ii 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 it he gets his
THE XASH CO.,
tel. Main '25.
. cor. fort anp hotel stb,
(Atinctatnl 1'rtn BvoeM CnVU)
TIFIIS, Morocco, April 4. Twenty
earthquake shocks have been felt in
this section since March 20. Three
hundred houses have fallen and 1000
damaged. Eight persons are known
to have been killed and many injur
ed. Famine threatens,
To A Crisp
SAN FHANCISCO, Cal., April 4.
One Italian was burned to death and
a score injured here today in a Are in
one of the hotelsof the city.
HONGKONG, China, April 4.
bishop Fitzgerald of the Methodist
Cliurck is dead.
OR, COOPER QUOTES
FROM MANY STATES
LAW FOR MEDICINE
"As a result or last night's discus
flon I havo been looking up tho law
on Christian Science In various
States or tho Union," satit Dr. C. II.
Cooper this noon.
"I find that thero aro no exemp
tion or privileges granted for tho
prnctlco of Christian Science In tho
following forty-six States and Terri
tories; Alabama, Alaska, 'Arizona,
Arkansas, California, Colorado, Del
aware, DUtilct or Columbia, Florida,
Georgia, Hawaii, ldnho,.4ndlaua, In
ws, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,
Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nova
da, New Jersey, Now Moxlco, Now
York, North Carolina, North Dakota,
Ohio, Oklahoma) Oregon, Pennsylva
nia, Philippine Islandu, Porto itlco,
Jthode Island, South Carolina, South
Dakota, Texas, Utah,, Vermont, Vir
ginia, Washington, West Virginia,
"Out or flfty-rour 8tates and Terri
tories in tho Union, there aro only
eight that mako exemptions In favor
or Christian Science. I quote from
each or tlio laws In these eight States
itnd Territories, as follows:
"Connecticut "Tho law does not
upply'to dentists; nor to chriopodlsts
who do not ii8o drugs, medicines or
poison, nor to persons practicing tiiai
Hnge..Swedlsli movement cure, sun
cure, mind-cure, magnetic healing or
Christian Science; nor toveisons'who
So not use or1 prescrlho drugs, pol
pons, medicines, chemicals or nos
trums.' "Illinois '.Does not npujjr to any
eison who administers to or tleats
llio sick or sufferlngMy mental or
rplrltual means without the use or
CHOICE-ONES to Mainland points,
at low rates. Leave your orders at
WITH THE LADIES
'Who can enter the Bulletin Pa
cific Coast Tour contest J"
Strangely enough, this question
appears to be still worrying the
minds of some of the people of the
"Any reputable young woman born
in the Hawaiian Islands" is the rule
the Bulletin lays down, and that
ought to be sufficient to clear the
mind of any thouchtful person-. The
Hilo people wanted to know if wid
ows anu married women were eli
gible, and the Bulletin sent. back a
lepetition of the regulation.
This paper (eels that the public
will decide between the candidates,
but if anyone wants the Bulletin's
opinion on what the public will do,
it will have to be honest and confess
its conviction that the married wom
en, widows and.gross-widows, If Ha
waii has any (grass-widows), have
to face considerable odds. There are
exceptions to all rules, but the gen
eral drift of such contests as the Bul
letin has inaugurated has been to
ward the young women, debutantes,
so to speak, and girls who have to
work for an hc.uit living.
The young women who make this
tour will be the cynosure of every
community through which they pass.
It will be a promotion trip in every.
sense of the word, and that is why
the people of the Islands will favor
fine young women, and will tend to
hedge on candidates who come under
the head of "fair,, fat and forty".
As has been frequently repeated, it
is not for the Bulletin to dictate, but
merely to recommend. This trip of
Hawaii girls along the Pacific Coast
is an event in which the whole popu
lation of the Islands is interested.
A splendid basis to work on would
be to put forward candidates who arc
attractive as well as pretty, because
beauty of chnracteV is not always
purely a mnttcr of face and figure.
The candidates should be young worn'
en whom Hawaii will be pleased to
favor with an advance notice that
"Representative young women from
Hawaii are to visit your town and
they represent our towns."
So far as this paper can make out,
the entries lor this contest will satis
fy the most critical. All over the
Islands the people are picking out'the
best girls Irom the best families,
Some requests for information have
been made, however, which lead this
paper to sugges't that peroxide
blondes 'of doubtful yean would draw
23, and bright voung girls of Hawaii
will cet the votes.
nny drug or material remedy.
"Indian Territory 'Osteopathy,
massage, Christian Science and her
bal treatment arc not affected by tho
"Kansas 'Hut nothing in this act
Don't Live' In
The strain is too great. There
is.no peace of mind for the person
who leaves his precious documents
and valuables unguarded. .He is
constantly liable to the shock of sud
den and complete loss not a pleas
ant feeling. For robbers and fires
tome as unexpectedly as earthquakes
and are as, merciless.
Rent one of Nur safe deposit box
es for 60c a month. This places you
on Easy Street.
Fort St. Hcnolul
jklijKkiJ Ijiimi jjrV.ift
(At'oclntrd ,1'reti Special Call" I
NEW YORK. N. Y April 4. The
Lunacy Commission appointed to
pass o nthe sanity of Harry K. Thaw,
handed in its decision today. It de
clares that Thaw is sane.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. April 4.
The cases of Glass and De Twillcr,
charged with bribing Supervisors in
connection with telephone franchises,
have been postponed for a week.
No jury has yet been secuied for
the trial of Abe Ruef.
CHICAGO, Hl April 4. The dis
pute with V, ' .-l raMroad employes
has been settled by comprjnici.
A slight accident which might havo
caused Io.hs of life took place lit loiner
of Heretauhi and Itlver stieets. A Jap
anese hack driver, Iwata, was watch
ing his buck when suddenly his horso
shied and run away. Tho lines caught
the diiver's legs and dragged him
along. The bystanders cuma to his
assistance and Ihu horso was brought
to u halt. When picked up Iwutu was
X X X X A X X X X )( M K X 50 M JC
tlmll bo construed as Interfering
with any religious beliefs In the
treatment of disease; provided, that
quarantine I collations relating ,to
contagious disease nro not Infringed
"Mnlno 'Tills net does not apply
to nor tn mid-wives who lay
no claim to the tltlo or physlclun or
doctor, nor to clairvoyants or to per
miiis practicing hypnotism, magnetic
healing, mlud-curn, massage Chris
tian Science, so called, or any other
method or healing, If no poisonous or
dangeious drugs aro employed nor
mrglcal operations performed.'
"Now Hampshire Tho act doe?
not apply to clairvoyants or to per
rons practicing hypnotism, magnetic
healing, massage. Christian Science,
or any other method of healing, It no
drugs aro employed or surgical oper
I'tlons mo perfnimed,
"Tennessee Tho act docs not ap
ply 'To veterinary surgeons, nor os
teopaths, not giving or using medi
cine In their practice, nor to optl-
i Inns, nor to Chjdstluu Scientists.'
pharmacists prescribing gratuitously,
osteopaths, clalrvoyuns; or persons
practicing hypnotism, magnetic heal
ing, mind-cm e, massage, Christian
Science, or rosmopnthlo methods or
healing aio not permitted to hold
themselves as practltloncis of medi
cine or attempt to practice within
tho meaning of this net.'
"in regal d In Christian Scientists!
If It bo their Intention to practlco for
pay or remuneration, there should bo
n piovlslou In tho law that will hold
Millil, just as In tho raso of physl
dans who practlco medicine."
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co,,
Carter Cabinet Meets!
t-t4t t t ff ttuti t t-
Governor Carter this moriilur, summoned hit heads of depart-
meats together in tho roblu's-vKg-bluu chamber for a "cnbliipl" '
meeting. Thoso present were, besides tho Covernor, Secretary At-
kliiKou, Attorney General Peters, Superintendent of Public Works
llolliiwny, Lund Commissioner Pratt injd Treasurer Campbell. Thu
meeting was a lengthy one and evidently on somo Important mat-
The fact alone that this Is Ihu first cabinet meeting whlih
has been called for over n year, the lust one being tho one at which
an attempt was made to change thu manner of distributing pub-
lie printing, made thu meeting rl.i n subject of curiosity mid
It was considered almost ceitnln by tho wise ones about the '
Capitol halls that tho matter of ululated resignations was tho sub-
Ject under consideration. This question uns brought up by tho
hostile attitude or thu Sennto towards this system, by Which, It
was claimed by the Senators, the Governor had usurped powers
which were not granted him by luw, and had made tho approval
by tho Senate or his appointees such as Is provided by statute, n
mere hollow farce without significance. '
Now the Senate has forced the Ibsuo by (he Introduction of n
bill preventing thu giving of undated reslgni,.lons by olllrlnls
anil employees of the Territory to their superiors by preventing
the Auditor from drawing warrants in favor of such olllelala and i
further Imposing a line of ?100 for tho violation of this net.
iV ii it it ii - it it ii it it ii ii it ii ,"J
Senate Plays Politics,
Says Representative Rice, jj
Ana Loots i reasury
'37th Day Foicnoon Session
"This House is the only thing tlu(t
standi) between the looters mid the
Treasury," i lid Iteprescntutlvo Itlco
in tho Hot- i this morning. "Tho
Senate Is , ..ylng politics, It has
gone to woik mid raised salaries. In
tending that wo shall cut them down
The remark was mailo during tho
consideration of Semite Hill 30,
which Is the Territorial salary ap
Itlco had previously stated that tho
hill as passed by tho Senate Is far In
(xress or tho estimated income and
that It must bo cut down.
And many or tho Items were cut
down before tho House, took lis noon
lcrcss. Thero was little disposition
on the part of nny of thu members to
boost salaries, though In exceptional
(uses small raises were allowed.
Assistant Superintendent or Pub-
lie Works Hnwlund lost his Job so far
as tho House is concerned. When tho
item or S2.0 u month for tho salary
or tho Assistant Superintendent or
Public Works, Supervising Kngineer
nnd Superintendent or Water Works
nnd Sewers, which Is tho tltlo under
which the Sonata put llowland back-
once, came up, Kanlho moved that It
bo stricken out, nnd after a lengthy
discussion tho motion curried.
At 9:30 the House went Into Com
Uilttt'e or the Whole, with Castro In
tho chair, to consider Senate Hill 30,
1051 Fort Street
'. 'i it .'
llio Territorial salary appropriation
It was moved that tho bill bo taken
till Item by Item. V
like stated that before taking uli II
various Items, ho wanted to siy thii
Ihla I. Ill u ...,uun.l 1.. .... ,0 ,.. I.
about JS7.1I00 above the ustiinnteiLlit
coma. T he departmental iiiniroiirlrp,
Hon bill as pasBcd by- tho House ram
about J1I9.0U0 over, wi that tho two'"1
l.lllu ..III .,.,,.., .. !..... ,,! -V
"inn .,,, ti,,,,, it, ,v .11 IIIMllI lllllll f IV","'
U0U over the Income of tho Territory,
There Is u balance on hand of about..
SlbS.tiOO. so the two accounts will about
balance. If any appropriations nro tn'
bo mailo for permanent Improvements.'
said It lee, "wo will havo to cut down
LIHUAHIAN OK AUCHIVHS.
The first objection cnnio from Ka
nlho, and was to thu Item of $IG0 a
month for tho (.alary of tho librarian
ot public an hives. Kanlho moved to
(Continued on Page 3)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. April 3.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 0s. 2 l-4d. Par
ity, 3.02 cents. Previous quotation
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