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RVKNINO nUUJTrlN, HOitOMJI.U. T II TT.3DAY. AI'lllI, 9. 1907
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AI'HII. 9. 1937
Diu't foig-l .lie petition of tbn
business in en rm pioieitlon oT the
lemtori solllclul reconls
Now th.it the Isle of Pines has been
refused u pl.iic muter the l'lng, nu
i.tber in those bloodless revolutions
SI III be lu oi del
The man who predicted that tho
House Intended to teducn salaries
must haw hud a friend In the ofllrlul
list .ir indulKlng lu a 11 lull t of full' y.
Another executive officer for the
Iliireuu of Agrtuiltuio mn lio need
ed, hut with the present cIllcI'Mil
force nnd the lVilenil stall, Il rcemi
that another depailnieut head will In
nn addition lu paid otlleos without
Milne reieived in sight
Washington stems to thlnl. that
Hawaii Is exiepted from Iluniiparte's
Inimlgratlou iiillugs If the under
itundlng Is odlilul, It is all tlglil If
the Ktalemeuls lesult lioni a inlsiin
derataudlng of which law llunaparto
Infers to. It is dllTetent.
The special loiiespomlont of the
Clilcagn Hecoid-Herald lu Havana
Kuyu that Qovornoi Mngoou Is te.uh
Ing tho CubaiiB to govern llieuikolveK
That Is tho tegular Ametlcan pilntl
plo and the secret of Atnerknn uuc
(csj. Cvon tho Cubans will Irani
how some day.
When Jniiib Ulls dut lares that
noo3'jclt will not adept a third teitn
H means one of two things: i:ithei
Theodore has convlmed his lnlliuu
filetnl Jatob, or tho ate making tin
refusals inoro ficiiuonl In older Hi it
the popular call of tho people ni.i ')'
more of n mandate than u it'ipiest
MR. KALEIOPU'S ERROR.
Ilepiesentatho Kalelopit's teni.irls
In tho House of HopiesentatlM'S )os
let day afternoon call to public atteu'
Hon m en or which homo peoplo mako
when the do not btop to think.
The article In the Hulletln which
gnvn ttsc to the outbuist was a plain
i.ews-Kloi on a public niatter, and
no one has vet iImhi to dispute that
!t was a statement of fai t. l'et j de
tail has been lonllinieil. and tho 'lit
Urentes betweon the speaker and tho
Clark on the picp.ii.iiloii of tho
llouS'J Join mil weie at the time
millked as to tatibe the Cleik to doubt
tho niitliorlts of the Spial.er 'ir
lonimlttcu to tale wtnk out of liU
Mr. Kalelopu must leullze Hint the
Imllotln Is not taking part In the an
tagonisms , of the House, and an at
tack on this paper lor slating the m
t'liiiiry facts connected with the busi
ness tiniihjctlous of that body Inill-
ales nu unfortunate misunderstand
ing whit It second thought would pio
1 ably ilatlfy
Should tho llullotlu start out to at
tack ati) niombeis of the House or
tho Houso of nepiusonlntives as i
whole, tbeio might bo romo taiibo foi
lomiilalnt on tho pait of tljosy anx
ious for n light. "! ' ' "
4 ilt( betomes tho iltgnlty of Iho
Inuo ito ptoticil Willi tho trausau-
if IlK hllsl'HW wvo tllo lllXlll-
mnnt'i mill mil nuempl Kit elisor I
-oi (Ion ! i he Proas which gives!
HAYSELDEN'S GOOD BILL. ;
.1,, plo wlm Uilnk a Lcgtsln-
i iloiiiR llttlo of tnortt unless tliu
I, i arc In n conslnut row over1
. iilmnt details linvo K,tlil that
iiii'xent session has done nothing'
Tliat la vvhoru tlui) arc ml-1
Hut taking Hi In lucoriect eatlmntel
, I (ho legislative Situation, this Sts
I Ion won lil ei) down to history ns li.iv
lnjs done enough to Justify nn uspe-
I dally good name If It illil nothing
unoro tluin pass the appropriation. I
proiHised h Senator HnMcldcn. for '
marking the Knot at lilinlu.i where
Kiimehntnohn proclaimed the llrst
innslltutlon for the people of the
The wonder Is that patriotic wide
He or Legislatures !mo allowed so
many eara In pass without electing
Mime permnnenl shaft In he a tein
Htant leminder or the time nnil place
v. hen the ilRht of self-government
was established and a Mug Miluntar
llv I ild down forever the arbitrary
nutli'iilt of a despot.
A si hoei-lioue now rests on the
liiound wheie the government build
ing piil.ue once stood. y sehool
hous of permiiueut material is an
excellent inuniiiiii nt lo (ouVlltutloniil
iSgbtH Hut the structtlle Is of. wood
und not especially artistic Nor U
tiiero a tablet of any Kind lo recall In
present generation!! the bacred hlstor
li.il iissot hit Ions
Sonetm HniKclilcn's bill (alls for
",(10 to be used lu the eieitlnu of a
lum. neut miinunieut This Is lilt la
oijouiJi Tin- Hem should pass.
JUDGE MAY BRING-
l.oriln udieus, the fonner Attor
iie (ienei 1 1 nf the Territory, Is a
11 mh ii.issi nger In the Coptic,
whli n milled f i urn the Coast this
li, inning Andtews has In en In
Washington, where lie was successful
In win Mug for his lelustntenient In
the Shanghai I tilled States Court bar
f'om whlih lie. together with all Its
members but two, wus excluded by
"I went to tho Dopaitment of ,!u
tltc and I was told that wo were nil
tn ho admitted again," said Andrews
Ibis inoinlug "So I expect that e-
(nthlng is all right.
I hear that Judgo Wllfioy In
ends to Institute libel piorccdlngr-
ligalnsi me," added Andtews Willi a
"Then' ate supposed to be based on
the Inleiiit'us whli.li wuro published
lu tl, Honolulu newspapLis when I
I asHcd thiough hero on my mij to
the Suites "
Andiews stated that when the
Court of Appeals at San l'ranilsco ia-
bled Judge Wllllcy to rcleaso all pils-
oueis on ball, ihlch be had before te-
fused to do, and IKeil the amount ot
the bail, V.lllley tabled batK, nslilng
the Court to reconsider Its orders, as
the) would put the Shanghai cnuit In
n bad light The Court promptly sent
ifplt that It (oiibl seo no reason for
tttonslderlng, and oidered Wlllley to
r.liev What he has done In the mat
tet, Andrews slated that he did not
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
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Real stole Dep't.
Lunalilo Street $30.00
Heretania Street $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Ecrctania Street 1G.00
Kins Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50,00
Nuttanu Avenue $30.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Beretania Street $23.00
Vinjii fUrni-t . $95,001
Pcnsacola Street $25.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Oulick Avenue $35.00
School Street $15.00
Peimcola Stieet $30.00
Manoa Valley $30.00
Cor. Kewalo & Wilder Ave...$ 50.
Thuuton Avenue $100.
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Whim the i-rinl earlheiuaku and ro-
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cisco, the sit liken people turned with
empty hands to the lire Insurance
companies for relief, confidently ex
pecting that In their hour of need the
ptotertlon fur which they had been
patiently pa) lug thiough the puis
pcrotis loins would be piomptly
forthcoming. Hill, alas' disappoint
ment followed disaster! The toinpa
nles lu many eases were tincc-uul to
the occasion, nnd lu many others un
willing to make good. Compromise
and repudiation wete the outer of
the dny. At this crisis, prompted li
i. raro sense of fairness and n ciim
inendablo appieclatlou of obligation,
one company rose in Its great
strength and distributed S2,r,Sri,29l
!i3 amongst Its pollc holders, paying
their claims in full, asking no fnwirs
and exacting no discounts. And this
fair and generous action nt once
plated Tho California Insurance Co
of San rranelsco at the sery head of
the list of popular and trtistworlh
companies doing business In Califor
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A: Co. at i'lii Tort Street It Is pop
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April 9. 1907
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SPEAKER ISSUES 0KDER
AND CLERK REFUSES
Matter of Typewriting and Translat
ing Journal Causes Lively Con
test Among Repre
10th l).ij Aftetnoou Session.
"Von shall," sa)s thu Speaker.
"I won't," savs the Clerk.
That was about the status of thlng.i
lu the House .vesterdaj afternoon when
adjournment was taken, Just in time
lo prevent u sensational row- betwiell
Speaker llolstcln and Clerk Wise. The
Speaker had oidered the Clerk lo have
the minutes, notes und tecords of the
llrst tin daH of the session on his desk
it noon todny read) 'to turn over to
the Printing Committee. The Cleik
did not tefuse to do so at that time,
.inly becntiso n motion to ndjoitru was
made and carried before he had time
to sav mil thing, but ns soon as the
Speaker left the chair, Wise di elated
emphatically that lie would nut oln
the orib'l Ills giotiud is that he is te
sponsible for the letoids of the House
and Jnis not nuthoilty lo tutu them
vt r to nujboily without a spetllle les
nlutlou being passed by I lit- House ill
letting him to do so. He holds that
the resolution adopted April 3 author
izing the Speaker to employ clerks to
prepaie the Journal for printing ton
talus no clause utithoilzlug the Clerk
to surrender his minutes, und he does
not propose to do so until such a reso
lution Is passed The resolution dl
lectlug the Speaker to havu thiVjouiuul
piepated foi printing Is as follows:
Theiefore. He It Hesolved b) the
House of Ucptcseiitatlvfs ot the Tei
rltiny of Hawaii that the Speaker shall
be authorized, witlt the apptoval of tin
chairman of Cemniltt on Accounts
nnil Pi luting, to einplov extra clerk or
clerks who shall piep.tre for printing
the Journal of the House of Itepresetr
tatlves of 1907, to tall for bids for
such printing and binding and to lm
medliitel pioiiud lo touipleto said
The double between the Speaker
mil the Cletk tamo folloivltig on the
reading by the former of un article lu
t lift Hulletln or last night In which It
was stated that the friends of the
Cletk claim (hat he has been Ignoteil
by the Speaker ami tho Printing nnd
Accounts Committee in legard to the
printing of the House Journal.
The Speaker read this article to the
House himself, and then stated that he
believed It to have been Inspired,
though he ellil not know the attitude
of Clerk AVhc in the matter.
He said that the toit of the House
Journal last session was over $1,000
This ie;ar bids had been called fur and
If the ftanslntlng tan' be done for 'Q0
and the piootreudlng and 1 pew tiling
Tor SI MO, he believed the Journal
could be pt luted for at least (1100 less
than last time. The only time when
Hie Clerk niches authority to print
the Journal, continued the Speaker, In
when hn Is authorized by resolution
to do so. Heretofoio It has been the
custom for the House te; pass such a
lesoliitiou some lime during tho ses
sion. At the beginning of the scshIou
the Sneaker said that this was lo be an
economical, business-like session. If
he Journal tan be printed for Jl'.'OO
less than last vcar, It should he iloi.o.
The Speaker then gave the order to
tlie Clerk to have bis retords ready lo
turn over at noun today.
As soon as Speaker llolstcln had Ilu
Islieil, Kalelopu Jumped up und start
ed on a pel tonal attack on the Hul
letln and Its lepresentativo In tin
House "I don't believe that article
eiuniMlril from the Clerk." be sulci. "It
seems to be the policy of this paper to
make attacks on mo nnd other mem
hers of the House and I think It would
bo a good thing fur the House' to dliert
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the Scrgeanl-nt-Arms to take tho lep
tesentatlve of the llullellu out und let
him do bis writing outatdc the House
behind closed doors. I think u resolu
tion to that effect should be Introduced,
und 1 huve one ready to Introduce now.
We ought tn give him n table out on
Hie nintikn lanal 1 think It is a shame
that lie should tome here and criticize
what we do und comment on II."
Hut Kalelopu on setotid mini thought
was less radical.
This low tame after the House had
been Indulging lu an otgy of salary
boosting. 1-isl wtek when the sulari
uppioprlatlcin hill was under consid
eration, the mi'Uihcrs went after the
heads of ilcpatimcnts with an nx und
t hopped inani salaries down, cutting
off about 22,220 ft out the appropria
tion hill us passed by tho Senate. Hut
jestenlay they rlartcd lu lo put It all
back again 111 another plate, and then
some. The raised all sorts of sal
aries, and for the most trivial reasons.
It Is encouraging to know that the
Territory bus so many faithful and
hard-working servants, even If they
lire paid so little that it Is only on ac
count of their burning desire to scivo
the dear public that they consent to
Hold their Jobs. One man would get u
boost bft-uue he worked loo hard, unci
the next because he lived In a rough
country Another would have Ills sul
,ir) padded because of the weather In
Ills pait of the country, another be
cause be hud the honor of living In the
same district with the honorable Hep
lesenlathe who wanted to boost the
salar.v And some salaries wcro boost
ed "Just because " Any old excuso
went, or no excuse. Kverjhody was
out with a basket lo pick up the plums
that fell from the salary tree, und they
came down lu showers when tho tree
uus shaken. Kionoiny was the watch
word but It had been forgotten and
boost sounded better, uuyvvni. So
When the 1 louse lu Committee of the
Whole resumed consideration of the
.alary appropriation hill jeslcrday af
ternoon, action on the Items for l'lisl
District Mnglstiate. and Second Dis
trict Maglsttato of Honolulu was de
ferred. Kalelopu moved lo give the lllst
cleik $12.', Instead of $100 as In the hill.
Kalelopu moved to boost thu second
cleik lo $100 Instead of $7.1. Coney
moved to make It thu. Lost. Kalel
opit's amendment tarried. At Hon on
the Item for Interpieter wus deferred.
ltito had been waiting for the threu
Items of $75 each for Poituguese, Jap
anese and Hawaiian Intel prcleis. Ho
moved to strike out thu fltst on the
gtoitud that thu County of O.ihu has
heretoloio borne tho expense.
"This Is Just creating n new olllcc, '
declateil Hlce, "lo give soniu fellow a
Job. The court U getting along very
"It seems lo me," said Haw litis, "Hint
the icmurliiiyiie not ti the point. Tin
svslcm, lu use ut tho .uollru touit Is
what my friend Hughes would tall u
pernicious si stem. The vei) nnn
who arrests a man acts as his Intel -preter.
1 have been there when an of
llter took the stand and testified that
lie had anested a Poito llicau and that
the mull had done no woik for a
month. Then he stepped off thu stand
and the ptlsoncr took II and thu veiy
man who had Just testified Hgalnst him
to send him lo Jail acted us his inter
pieter. How would tho Iluwullnus
like It to go Into court whera theie was
a hiiolu Judge unci liaolo olllcets, und
have the olllter who testified against
them tell the Judge what they hud lo
nay? This Is not eieatlug Jobs for unj
bud,! ; it Is giving Justice, to the prla
oneis." Itlte Insisted it was u scheme for
clouting Jobs. Ho said liu wouldn't op
pose u gcneuil Item for Interpreter!), so
Ihey could bo lilted when needed.
Sheldon moved to defer action on Ibu
I Hit eo items nnd tho Hoiisu said kol.ti.i
WHAT PAOO HAS HONK
I I'iiiio wanted to give the Dlstilet
I Magistiutc or Hwa $100 Instead or $75.
Illtu moved the Item pass us lu tl.a
"As 1 have promoted the other ninli
(deputy olicilrr of i:ui) up to $100, 1
want to lalse this man, loo,'1 said Paoo.
As usual he had an an ay ot flguies to
piovo how much mine elllclcnt the of
fit ft k of Hwu ate than those of W'll
lukii unci other places. Paoo Is gtett
on llgures IJwn llgiues lie let Ited
how much money tho maglstiatu of
Hiva Ipok In lust eir.
"It is too bad," Bald Ulce, "that all
tho district innglstiates can't be hetc
lo hear how much monei Hun takes
in in lines. Thete wouldn't bo any
noio liniilsonmch.'r Thp'piiulshineiitH
would be till lines "
Knnlhu came to Paoo's siippott and
seconded his motion.
Paoo's flguien prevalletl ami Ibu
Judge gels Ills Isiost.
Pall moved to give the setond dis
trict magistrate, .Makauiio, ut Hotmail
la a $5 boost, from $20 to $25. It was
done. Then Pall wanted to boost the
llrst district magistrate from $S5 us III
the bill to $1)0, although $S5 Is $10 menu
than he gets now. lie was boosted.
AND STII.I. TIIHV COMi:.
Hvet.ihody was out bi this lime for
blood. K'llen moved to give Hie ills
llltl magistrate of liana $75 Instead of
$5il. He said he used to be dlstritt
magistrate of liana in If that ought
lo be conclusive proof of the need for
the raise. The salary was finally
shoved tii to $00.
I lie maglstiatu of Klpahula was tho
next to get a raises Ten dollars wus
Hie sin of Hie donation, the Item pass
ing at $lu The magistrate of .Molokni
gut a slmllni little teinembriiiire, $.iil
being the sire of his tulai.i us passed.
Tl.e man on Initial bad his salaty
iweetviii'd $10, double the fonner fig
ure. Sheldon thought ho ought to get
it on account of the dignity uf the of
fice, ulthough hn dlel not know of his
having tiled but one ease lu iicvctal
only tiik pcopi.irs moni:y.
The f.i In ii of Hie deputy tlerk of tho
third dlstilet went up $10 to $100. Thu
North Kuhala magistrate was made flo
a month richer than before getting
$75. The South Koliahi muglstiate was
presented with a $20 pres.ut, the snlarv
being made $110 liiitead of $10 lis nt
present. Knulho insisted on $75 be
caue, he said, he lived in the same
plate as the magistrate.
MONKUY AND Till: CIIKKSi:.
Hughes hoped Knulho would ntcept
tho $ii0, bi'cause, he nlil. "tills lookH
as ir It were going to lie like the moll
kev and Hie cheese Kver) body wants
something for his friends, und by the)
time tho bill gets to the toufertneo
toiiiuilltee, some of them me f.olng to
be badly cut ileum "
Knulho Insisted on this tilhule to
his own dlgnlt.i
Sheldon lenilndeil the Houso that at
(Continued on P:ge S)
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