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Vot,. IK No. 3672
SENATORS SIZE UP FINANCIAL SITUATION
Tells Legislature It Will
t'f Not Recognize
' FAKIK CANNOT PRACTICE
HIS TRICKS ON LEPERS
The Letter States That "Doctor"
Wallach Has Given No Proof
of the Absurd Claims
Tim Ronid of Health today re
plied to the anxious Inquiry made by
tlio Senato In rcgiuil to wlint It was
going to do to Wallach, replying, us
wus exclusive)' stilted In tlio Hullo
tln that It would do, that It would
not permit Wnllurh to practise on tlio
lepers under ltn cure. Tlio letters
weru as follows:
llonoltilu, Hawaii, Apr. 19, 1907.
llonmiihle 12. V. lllshop, President of
the Somite, Territory or Hawaii.
Sir: In.icply to the resolution of
tlio Senato of tlio Tcriltory of Ha
waii, dated April 19th, I have the lion
or to state as follows:
On receipt, Apill IBtli, of tho Cou-tand
cm rent Resolution No. 9, dated April
1.1th, n special meeting of ttM Hoard
of Health was Immediate! called
mid met lit 3 o'clock p. m.
The mutter was considered too Im
pnitant for an Immedlnto .decision,
tho members desiring n few days to
tellect on tho matter.
A committee was appointed to re
port to tho full Hoard on Friday aft
ernoon, tho 19th Inst.
In nrcordnnco with tho above, a
meetlnB was hold at 4 o'clock p. m.
rrldny, tho 19th. The action taken
en Concurrent Resolution No. 9 Is
transmitted In another communica
tion. V '
I liavo tho honor to be, your obe
L. i:. PINKIIAM,
1'rcsldont, Hoard of Health.
tho Honorable, the Speaker and
Membors of tho Senato of tho
Legislature of tho Torrllory ot
Tho lesolutlon of tho Houso of Rep
resentatives, tho Senato concurilng,
whereof It Is requested of tho Hontil
of Health that it permit ono J. Ixr
Wnlliicli to treat lepers at tho Kallhl
Receiving Station according to tho
provisions of Sectlnh 1127 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, has linen
duly constitute!! in executive Bes3lnn,
i ml wo beg leave to reply.
(Continued on Page 2)
MADE IN NCWorORK
DlfMRMlmli, ifn IW1"
THE KAbn LUl)
i ? i hi r
Vote Ifl Promote Hawaii and Help Your Favorite to the Best Trip-of Her Life
I 2:30 O'CLOCK IE BHllETfN
Appropriations May I
Exceeded In Case
baseball gets in on
license bill benefits
A Great Quantity of Routine Work
Is Accomplished by the Senate
Cist Day Foicnoon Session.
Tlie Senate had a busy, though not
particularly Interesting Bcsslon this
morning, although two vetoes and tho
ultimatum ot tho Hoard of Health In
tho matter of Wullach, whom it utter
ly refuses to recognize, added some zest
to tlio grind. No net Ion was, however,
taken on any of theso mutters.
Tho provision giving department
heads authority to exceed their appro
priations, with the consent of tlio (lov
ernor. ciiusod wnio debate, somo Sen
ators bellolug thut undue advantago
might be taken tlnlreof, ho that money
wmilfl Im Htient mi ttin Kuiuinii dum
k'nurod tnK against the will of
Tlio long-expected letter from the
Hoard of Health, giving out Its stand
In tho Wallach matter, was rcud by
the clerk. It was placed on file.
Coelho kicked about the letter of tho
Hoard of Health, which President Plnk
luim was reported to have mentioned
as being held back by tho Health Com
mittee. Smith explained that It had
leeii received during Coelho's absence
on Maul, and as It could now do good
only In conference, It had been held to
bo used theic.
Tho Judiciary Committee reported
cm Senato Hill 10S, relating to tho sale
of liquid explosives, declining to rcc
oiumcnd the passage thereof.
Tho president asked If ho were until
orlzed to call for tenders for the print
ing of tho Senate Journal. Don sett
moved that ho bu so authorized. Car
Senate Hill 110, giving tho Hoard of
Health nmbiilanco right of way, passed
A message was received from the
Onvcrnor vetoing Senate Hill 10, ie
biting to pounds. Coelho said that tho
mall1 objections of the veto could bo
met by the passage of an act repealing
tlio present law on the subject. Ho
moved tti.it action on tho veto bo de
ferred until Monday, mi as to ghe him
tlnio to Introduce such an act. Car
ried. PASS THIRD HKADINd.
House Hill 194, piovldlng for a sink
ing land for tho puicluiso und ledemp-
tlon of Hawaiian bonds, and Houso
(Continued on Page 3)
The Value Of
In no line of business is the buyer's
confidence of more importance than
in the selling of clothing.
The dealer who attempts to con
vince the buyer that his goods are the
best, and that his place is the place
where the best could Ve obtained,
must see' that the facts conform to
his statements, and that his goods are
in every way up to the standard. He
had better never try to sell to a man
than t mislead him or to exaggerate;
for the customer will quickly discov
er such practice pf misrepresenting
There is never danger of a protest
and always a certainty of full value
received when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
which has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
UOlJ COR. FORT and HOTEL.
14 PAGES-HONOLULU. rKHRITORI OF HAWAII. SATURDAY. APRIL 20. 1907-14
NOW HONOLULU'S LINER
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S PALATIAL LINER THAT I
TWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU TO ALTERNATE WITH T
(MS INJW IK
Honolulu Purchasing Is
The giydiml changing of tho llo
nolulu merchants from Sun Krancli
co to New York as their busing ceil'
ter lias beconio very noticeable in tho
past six months. With tho start of
trafllc by tho Tchtiuntopec route It
has become mora pronounced and Hip
trend ot trniic seems to no last leav
ing tho Ccast and going to the cities
of tho Knit.
In speaking of this mutter 'to :
Ilullctln repoitcr n prominent whole
sale merchant said:
"There is no doubt ot tho change
which is taking place in a mora mid
more pronounced degree every month.
Tho Honolulu buyorB llnd that they
tan get their orders filled Just as
rapidly and In tonic cases even quick
er by ordering direct from Now Yyrlc
thnn by buying from tho San rrnn
rlsco houses. Whon It tomefl to
prices they find that they can save,
"Where this Is noticed is In lines
like dry goods, hanhvaie, paper und
boots and shoes. Nono ot theso ar
ticles aro made to any great extent on
tho Pacific Const with tho posslblo ex
ception ot paper und only wood pulp
paper can como under this heml. Nat-
uially tho prices in the Hast nio low
or than tlioy aro on the Coast and tho
Amerlcan-Hawullun lino, with iUlfmorcif uny particular line, but ns this
now facilities for service from New company Is making tho first nuivo to
York, Is bringing freight hero on a 'relieve our present stagnant condition,
HC-d.iy schedule Often It takes that
long to get f i eight from San Fian
Cisco on account of tho labor trouble,
which liavo congested freight tticro
en badly that tho Honolulu shippers
are pretty well disgusted,
"Tho frolght rotes which nro.
charged on tho Tchunntepec tout?
appeal to tho Honolulu shipper ns,
while, they save great deal of time
over tho old inuto by way of tha
Straits ot Magellan, thoy aro lower
than thoy wero when thut route wiih
In use. It will only bo a Bhort tlnio
hofoio tho bringing of Height over
land will he cut down tn n very small
per cent, of what it has been, as re
gards tho Honolulu traffic at least.
Tlio roit Is greater und with tho now
) onto the difference in tlnio la very
CHOICE ones-u Mainland points,;
at low rates. Leave your order at
sy-ii Vi-'in'i'i'ndiifit -ni mil iifoiriikri
0MB HE OPPORTUKITV
NEW LOCAL LINER
&l ' '
the popular commander of the Ocean
ic liner that is to be put on the Ho
nolulu run. Captain Houdlette was
for years on the "old Australia" and
is one of the most popular command
ers coming to the port.
1Y II IT
ii tut u u t: : t: tt :: rt :::: u s: n U ii
l'livorublo comment on tho new dc
purliire by the Oceania Co. In placing
the Sierra In commission to alternate
with tho Ahitucdu In tho "ferry ber
vico" Is being heard cm all sides.
J. O. Lulled expressed himself much
In favor of tho scheme this morning
when Interviewed by a Ilullctln re
porter. "1 will throw eerj thing posslblo to
tho new cuteipilsc. Not that 1 am In
I say push It along."
Mr. Ludwlgsen, ono of tho propri
etors of tho Palm lestnurunt, expressed
himself us ei much in favor of the
new arrangement Inaugurated by tho
i Oceanic S. S Company, nnd Is willing
to boost It along to the best of his ami
HCE Ot WIDE
Jly general icqucst of tho otneers
of tho U. S. S. Annapolis, u farewell
dunco will bo given In their honor it
the Sensldu Hotel next Monday even
lug, April 22. Tho usual cordial In
ltntlon is extended to all local und
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April 10.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 0s. 4 l-2d. Par
ity, 3.96 cents.
Us. 5 l-4d.
DULLETIN ADS. PAY
VIT SUPPLY THE VOTES
S TO BE PUT ON THE RUN BE
The Source Of Great
Pilikia to House
Tilst Day Korenoon Session
Shcldou'H Uui.uo ' '! -is ns great
n source of worry In tho llim-o this
morning us the laundry bill often Is
In any other house. It worried not
only Sheldon hut the Speaker, tho
members und tho spectators, Tho
Houso finally disposed of It by killing
It n method not generally successful
In disposing ot a laundry bill. Most
of them have to bu settled in some
Tha bill in question Is tha ono
drafted by tho special committee
which was appointed to Investigate
the Iwllei laundries. Its provisions
woro very stringent, and In the opln
Ion of most of tlio members of tho
House, tho bill was aimed nt tho Chi
nesc, as many ot Sheldon's bills are,
and, moreover, was a boost for tho
ftteam laundry. As originally draft'
cd, tho bill would have had tlio effect
I radically ot making any laundry
other than n steam laundry Illegal.
This dofect, which was pointed out by
scvernl speakers, was remedied by
amendments Introduced by Rawlins
and adopted by tho House, but they
did not secure tho passage ot tha hill.
Hughes Introduced two other amend
ments which bo changed tho effect of
tho bill Hint nobody, oven its fathor.
would stand for It, nnd 27 noes woro
piled up on top of II, with not a sin
So much tlmo was spent on this
measure that llttlo other business
wus accomplished. Knlelopu's moas
tiro Imposing whnrfngn tolls on all
Imported goods landed In tha Terri
tory, waa passed and also tho bill ap
propriating money for tha Corpora
tion Law Commission authorized by
tho resolution Introduced somo days
ago by Rawlins und passed by tho
TO PAY LAW COMMISSION
Tho Houso passed Houso Hill 227,
appropriating 1 1700 for tho pay ami
expenses of tha Corporation Law
Commission. Tlio vote wus unani
mous. A Horond messngo was received
(Continued on Page 3)
LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK IN
J. Hopp & Co.,
(Atioctatrd Vrts$ Xjifclal Call J
MANILA, P. I., April 20. A disas
trous fire here today destroyed hun
dreds of houses. Fifteen hundred im
lives arc homeless as the result. The
loss is estimated at $200,000.
The me ns In nil probability
caused by tint severe earthquake
which on lined In Manila )cslcidn
Morfaffi fru special catu)
WASHINGTON. D. C, April 20.
0vl lit,, a Ii.ah ta .n.l !.. Ih. llni.
vt" itt,i uici, ihuu uj hue ?,
Department tor ungadier uenerai
Fred, funston ta take command of
the Department of California, replac
ing General MacArthur.
A special Clea-unco Sale Is now In
progress at L. H Kerr & Co.'h stor?,
Alakea Btreet Prices arc reduced
from -." to r0 per cent, on somo ar
ticles, (loods are on display nil
marked In plain figures.
Never hit) u nameless tool. Never
buy a tool tint the muuiitncltircr does
not guurunt e. "Keen Kutter tools
ore guarnn' d and stamped with tho
trade mail. Sold by E. O Hull & Son
That must be a terri
ble feeling. People, whose
valuables are stolen by
thieves or destroyed by
fire, feel that way. Don't
take a chance of being
one of those people keep
your jewels etc. safely
stored away in ote of our
deposit boxes. The rent
is 50o n month. ,
Fort -St. Hcnoln
105 J Fort Street
One Vote Fori!
The EVENING BULLETIN JJ
PACIFIC STATE9 TOUR. Q
SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1907.
This vote It good until
May 10, 1907. ;
Pbiod 5 OnKTH
tAtitattt t'rru fptclal CnlU)
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey. April
20. A severe earthquake was felt in
I tliis city today.
I usiiuw. rortURni, April uu.
Slight earthquake shocks have been
feU thiouRhout Portugal today.
lA'nnrlalril I'rtMM Special Catitt)
VALETTA. Malta. April 20. The
TJritish torpedo boat destroyer Ariel
ran on the breakwater here today nnd
&..1a 01.& .! 1 1 1.. -.' l.XI 1.
ttua SUUK. tljic Will uc u coiui loss.
GENOA, Italy, April 20. The Otic
ro shipyard has been partially de
stroyed by fire. The loss will reach
FERNIE, B. C, April 20. Tl.
ttrike of the coal miners in this sec
tion will affect more than 15,000 peo
ple; STYLE3IN THOMPSON BROS.
' And $5 Shoes
Before you purchase any shoes you
thould look over our Thompson Bros,
line for men. We have Just received
mother large shipment of thete hand
some shoes. The new ttyles are par
ticularly attractive, representlro the
acme of shot comfort and elerja'.co.
Balmorals and Oxfords and come In
Patent Colt, Kid, Gun Metal and Tan
'Phone Main 282