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I NEXT GOVE
Members Of The House
"Jolm A I In kIi es, next (lovernor
of Hawaii, " was the label on tho card
nttached to a IniRf bouquet Hint loom
j cil iii on tho desk of the member
mini tho fourth District this morn
ing like ti havslacU In 11 snowstorm.
And when I ItmluM entered tho door
Hip SorRoant-iil-Arms tinmitinrcil In
hlx stentorian voice: "(lenllenicn of.
tho House tho next Coventor."
Thn Hughe's (iuhcrnutorlnl boom !h
nut (J 11b Ilium licit hut In nlri'.idy nail
In K along miller full on 1 1 with a
tpauklui; Iiicczd and iiinlur sunny
The lioont him progressed so fur
that already Joli-lumlerH ntu eliaslni;
Honest .lolin and xoino of hi Inter-
iMcd friends Iiiivp Bono so far an to
plcl. out a Cabinet for Mill mid select
nai of tin lnlniir olllicrH who 111 e to
lidld their Jolm under I1I111.
The slate Hint was Hindu ti In tho
House HiIh morning In an iuletcstlug
cut', I he candidates being choieu (or
their peculiar Illness for ami uil.iptii
hlllly to the work laid out for them
mil for the 11 1 ei'i'Ht the) lime shown
111 tliu duties that will he rcipiiinl of
Hipiii. The lint In In pari 114 followi:
Superintendent of I'ulille Works
Attorney (Seneral - T. IIuwIIIik.
Commissioner of I'ulille Lauds
President Hoard of Health Kn
11II10. llirtoilologlRt I'hlllp I'all.
Dun Const iuctorV. .1. Sheldon.
Hub Inspector Mahoe.
Chirr Justice !:. A. 0. I K.
Tax Assessor Coriea.
High Sheriff- Moanaiill.
Silpellliteiident of I'lllille llistruc
t loll A .1 (Ionics.
The other oHiclals line not jet
lii'i'll Kelei ted
ligulii when (lie liquor bill amend
ments came to hand. Smith with
drew lili motion to inm the bill on
ptcoiid rendliiB nnd seconded Hint of
M'CAUTHY WINS OCT
lllshop moved to take the nes and
noes on McCartlo'n motion to Inilofl
nltcly postpone. After sotno delmtu
McCarthy's motion carried by tho
Ayes Drown, Coelho, (i.indall,
Hewitt, McCnrthy. Mnkekau, Wtrnds
nnd ChlllltiBWoith S.
Noes Dottsott, I I;i peldeli. Knla
inn, Knudsen, Hnilth, lllshop and
The Sennto went Into rpRiilnr ses
Klon mid Oowsctt reported the result.
Tho leport was adopted on the soma
Kii.t.ni) and iimtii:r
Makekau did hln old rtunt of nail
ing down the otll ti-IIil by moving to
Thin motion brought Smith to his
feet with Indignation lu Ms voice.
"I denoutiie It iih a menu thing for
1 Senator to do this under these elr
(Uinstanies. Are. ou afraid?" ho
Makekau ptoleslcd mid thu Chair
knoeked lor older. Smith stalled to
ppeak, again, when Coclho'ti volio
Miiindpil nliovo the confusion.
"I'oltlt of older." he erhd. "Vo
me ehuiged Willi being nn.ilil. "
yie afraid of no one We have a
rlBlil to Mile ns we pieiiKp .Mr. rm
Idem, J on 111 n heie In pinlcit us."
I'HAH TUP. motivi:
"I do sa It Is a thing whlih I rim
ileum," hsiIiI Smith. ' Vli hIioiiIiI wo
be afiald In let this Mil lav until to
tmirinw? I do not Intend to be dls
(ourti'Oiis, hut I do denounce this as
11 thing which denotes fe.ir."
The motion to ii-iun-ddcr was then
put mill earrled wlih exactly the
faiuo vote as the two tinnier ones.
SENATE KILLS LOCAL OPTION
Home decoration not in har
mony with other appointments
won't go in this century of re
finement. You ought to advise with men
of experience men who have
made a btttdy of home decora-
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(Continued from Pane 11
while the liiiunr bill hail. The hill
would In thn outer districts tint tho
yiilnoii-kceiiiT ut tho nicicy of icoilo
ho I heil miles away (rolii hln lilac
if IniHlnesK. Ho supported .Mi Cur-
UIDKIl Ql'KKIlS IIII.l,
C'hlllliiKWorth xalil Jt uouM liino
I'ceii ailvUalilo to havo taken the ail
lice uli'ii, liy Illation Mime time ago,
to kill all liquor hlllx. Thu picst'lit
liquor law wim a rooiI one uMcpt lu
1 few piiitUiil.iiH, anil thexe (ouhl hu
(haiiRvil. C'lilllliifiwiirth n in fa
Mir of local option, hut tho present
hill hail a rider which provided thai
i-xUtliiK HtoiiKcH 1011I1I not ho illHturh
ril, which made It valueless. It ouhl
nut havo passed tho lloitso without
this amendment, anil It would he low
ering; the standard of tho Senate to
temporize with such a piovlalon.
MIITII CHAMPIONS IT
Hmlth s.ild this provision merely
leferred to cxIsthiK llcenseH, hut s.ild
liothliiR aliout their reaowal. Ho
then moved that tho roiiiniltteo rec-
nniiucnil that the hill pasn Kecimil
Mi.Caithy bahl ho iimlerstnod that
tho majority nt tho Senate waf
Mtalust tho hill, anil If It wcro to hu
killed it was hotter to iln ho Imme
diately I1i8te.ul of wasting tlmo liy
OANDAM. AtlAINST IT
Claiulall ha Id that tho evIlH of the
liquor tratlle hail lieen Hindu evident
under tho piesent liquor law, under
which tho llnunll.uiH useil llquor
fieoly. Tho answer of tho ieoplo
who hail heconio ateustomeil to ill Ink
1 11 K, to local iiiitinu. would bo that
they wauled tlio Halooim. Wheie
tlieie were many saloons liquor would
he cheap, would ho their argument.
kooi) liquor law was hotter than 11
law which left tho matter In tho
liaii'U of tho people.
HAYHKI.DKX WOULD TAllt.i:
HajHelilen h.i lil that ho thoiiKht tlio
nrlKlualoiH of the hill in.tdo a mis
take liy asking for ItH passaKo at a
ttiiRo when an liupnrlnnt liquor hill
hail heeu imsseil. Ho hellueil that
tho local option hill would kill tho
liquor hill, ami, fiirthvriiiuio. thu
making of Iho liquor question an Is
sue at each election would meiely In
tensify the liquor evil, while tho liq
uor hill would ilo miii'h towards modi
fyln:; them. If tho passage of the
local option hill meant tho killing of
tho liquor hill ho would ote iiRiilnstj
It. Ho moved to tulito tho hill, lu
whldi caho It would ho taken up
RESOLVE THAT BOARD
(Continued from Page 1 1
request It arbitrary and latiillliiK I"
this U'Rlslatuie. and In disregard of
I lie duty which said llo.ud owes to the
unfortiiuate persons aflll'led with b'l'
rimy iiiul b law piuied nailer the aro
of said lloald.
And Wnereai, tjj reiiHiu of the fait
that this cession or the Ij-ttlslatuie Is
marly at an end, Insiilllilent time !'
mains for rtitc(ull iniisldcrliiK "'l
proper net Ion to bo taken ioriiiiIIiik
Iho aforesaid iefiifc.il 01 mid lloald,
Therefoie. o It lt solved, by tho
llouie of HopreM-ntatlve of the 1.0K
Islaturo or theTeriltoo of Hawaii, tho
Senate eniiriirrliiK. thm tho aetloii of
U10 Hoard of Health of ihe Territory
of Hawaii III lefuslut; as aforesaid the
request or the Leslstauile. thai J. lir
Wnllach be peimltted to treat lertaln
persons sufferliiK with leprosy for 11
certain time, with a view lowunl nf
rvctliiK Ihdr euro uml ehtabllslilns. If
possllile, tho fact of the existence of a
.inudv for Mild iliho.iKe. ho stroiiKly
coiideniiied iia wluill illsrespoirtful and
HmililiiL' to the 1 el lior.tto opinion ami
judRiiient of tho U'Klslaturo of the
Territory or Hawaii, unjiisiiiiaine, in
lilimrv and desnotle. iiuchaiitahte, ami
III titter and mindless dlsieRard or thn
ijislte or thesti uufoituiiato persons In
.ecclvo such treatment, nnd their hopw
theiehy to llnd tor tlumselves and for
those likewise afflicted, a euro for tlm
iifoicsald disease ;
Dr. Cofer Tells Why He
The Vlllted Stales .Murine Hospital
cIIIcIiiIh havo been forced to plaie n
tUni. inline on the outRoltiK vessels
r.nd the III Kt ship r.irryliiR a larfto
tiumher of pasK'HRcra to leave the
port al iiIrIi) was the Siberia siiIIIiir
last nlftht. A ureal iiianv fi lends of
thoso roIiir awav wished to 1:11 on
boanl thu vesiol but were mil allowed
to do Mi on lie count or the quaiantine
leRillntlons. Thoy nut li oil that utov-idiiri-.l
wero allowed to rii 011 board
uml then complained that these men,
who weie much more subject to Infec
tion Hum tho weie-, should bo nllnvv
id to do what was not allowed lu
To sel this matter Unlit II wan
called lo the attention or Dr. I.. K.
Cort'i, Iho ihlef quanintluo oilier,
todav and lie was asked wjiy Move
(lores wele allowed to board tlieS'l
vessels when olheis weto not. He
''Hie piotcillon fiiim detention nt
mainland polls which outRoliiR quar
aiitlae Insuies vessels, malls ami pas
H'lmers. U based lu part upon a ier
lllleate that ever) embaikliiR iasseu
Rer has been liiillvldu.ill liispeetcd
nnd found to be lu i:nnd health I
mliinlt that with tcvcial hiiuilied let
atlves and ri lends irowdlui; up the
RiiiiKwau and disks mii li Inspi 1 1I011
would bo Impossible, vshilc 11 Tew
I'leiitllled stovedori'S i.invliiK up nia.l
and liaRSiiRe Inlerfeie with this win
to a ver) hIIrIiI deRlee'.
"We have 1 1 led In Inspect the V"
it-Is after they li.nl left poll ami li.ie
Ihe qiiarautiiie olllcer eome III 011 1
laiinih but found It Impossible.
the p.isM'iiRets would, some of 11, ei 1.
lithe In their bunks as Minn a th 'I
ship left the dock and Hie time thus
l.sed up dela.ved the viwols lo sip 'i
an extent that It catixcd complaints
(nun the pasrfoiiKcis.
"We ale dolus evervtlllllK possible
lo make the quarantine as Hi I'M as
possible ami still not Inteifeni with'
the vi-sM'ls, or thoso who have busi
ness on them I believe that this ex
planation will be sulllcleiit to explain
the matter "
WEEKLY WEAJHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H, April 22, 1907.
Moderate to light rains obtained over the entire section during the
week, and but few stations reported smsran cqjjiling or exceeding
2 00 inches. The greatest amounts were reported from the Kohala,
Hamakua, and Hilo districts of Hawaii; the north central portion of
Maui: the Koolaupoko district of Oahu. and Milok.nl, varying from
somewhat moie than 100 Inch to 8.3ft inches, and in all but twj
Instances were lets than 3 00 Inches. In the remaining districts the
total amcunt for the week at any station was less than 100 inch.
At stations having a record of ten or more years the rainfall was
below the average at all Kauai stations, at those in the Honolulu and
Ew.i districts of Oahu, and at all but three stations on Hawaii. The
greatest deficiencies occurred In the Hito district of Hawaii, where the?
ranged from 90 inch to 3.00 Inches; at the remaining stations re
porting deficiencies the greatest amount of such was .81 Inch. The
greatest excess reported was '.92 Inch.
Tho rainfall for tho week was less thin that of the preceding ons
at nil statloni lo the Kau and Hilo and at all but three In tho Kohala
districts of Hawaii, at all hut one stitlon on Maul, and at one station
on Kauai. In the remaining districts the amount was more than last
week's. The greatest de'iciencies oeeurred-ln the Hilo district of Ha
wall, where they larged from 1.11 to 4.38 Inches, and In the Kula
and northern portion ol tho Koolau district of Maul, where they rang
ed from 2.52 to 3.72 Inches, The greatest excesces occurred in tho
Koolaupoko district of Oahu, whro thoy varied from -.84 inch to 2.03
All stations report higher mean temperatures than during the pre
ceding week, excepting thoso in the K?u and Kona and ono In the
Hilo district of Hawaii. As a rule the excesses were quite marked,
especially In the Kooloupoko and Honolulu districts of Oahu, and the
Koolau district of Maul, where they were from 3.0 to 3.8 higher than
the mean temperatures of last week.
Fresh to brisk "trades" generally prevailed, altho they were occa
sionally Interrupted, shifting to touthorly wirds.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for tho Group;
Hawaii . . C8.7' 1.57 inches.
Maul 70.0' 1. 18 Inches.
Oahu 73.1 1.00 Inch.
Kauai 70.3' 0 47 inch.
Molokal 71.0 168 inches.
Entire Croup . ... 70.4 1.23 nches.
Generally clear weather obtained at the loeal office of the U. S.
Weather Bureau, in Honolulu, with .19 inch of rainfall, .39 less than
the normal, and .11 more than the preceding wren's. The maximum
temperature was 81 . the minimum C6 . and the mean 72 8 .30 higher
than last week's, and .5 below the normal, Thr mean relative humid
Ity was 09.0 . and tl r prevailing wind direction NC. with an average
hourly velocity of F I miles
Much of the uiidcrv.cnr sjlil today is death to a natural
"breathing" of the body. Titi results from its coldness. But
all coldness is removed from the
ELI EFORD CHILDREN
ManiiRer Hlleford In offeilnR tho
Osliorn ihlldreii as Hie vaudeville.
lieadlilier" with the lcfuid "tout
innv feels that he Is rIvIiik iiiii the
nltc-BoerK the Rieatcsl child duo on
the Amerli'iin stupe lie t-ecuied
lliciu from the famous o'ipliciiiu van
ilevilln circuit and in-cd them lu Ihs
company In Oakland, California, lim
ine his stock ciiKnRcniont for iwelvd
weeks and they wero the greatest Ju
vonlloH ever seen In the ll.iy Oily
oiesaiu uiseasc, , , , , . , ,
And lie It lurther Resolved. That 'I hey have been IiIr favorites all over
the next U'Rlslnliire or tho lerrilory
Of Hawaii lie requeste'd to consider this
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL REPRE8CNT HAWAII THIS SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND BY COURTSY OF THE
mailer nnd lu tnko in eouui'ciioii
theielltli, Mich IcRislntlou as shall then
And lie It Further ltesolvoil. That
a eopy ot this ii'soliitlou bo sent to
tald Hoard or Health.
"1 hroiiRlit this resolution,-' mid Ka
lelopu. "on Minium or the lelallons ex
UtliiR bc-reno the lioani ol iiciiiui nuu
tills House. Home tlmo iiro Wallacli
was sumnioni'd lo appear beforo thin
House, uml after hear Inn him, we
passed a I oxidation, which tho Henale
L'Uo passed. Tim lloald of Health
has dolled us. Thla lesolutlou
Is bioimhl lo comlemii the action of
the llo.ud of Health, which Is insult
inn. 1 hope. Hail al thu next session
of tho Lcplslatiir" Mime of iih inav bp
bero to laj.u this matter up.
"The re'ason olfered by the Hemic of
Health Is thai this man Ih tellliiR A
falsehood, but they iiiIkIiI have tiled
It Ins Ill see If ho iiiiild do whal hu
rlnlms. If he failed, that would he
lime ciioiikIi lo stamp him as a liar
"On account of this action of Ihe
lloaid ot Ilialth, n doubt exlsta lu
each and every one of iih iih to whethoi
or not this man Wallach inn do what
he claims he inn."
On I lie modem to adopt the lesolu
tlou, Hlce called 'or thu a)n mid no
Vote, x.iIuk the members iuikIiI lo ro
on leciinl lu Ihe mailer an they had
on the funnel' ic solution The vole,
weie nil lives ami thn coucuiielit I eb
ullition was unanimously adopted
the Oust this season ami should i
pleai-e our thealre-Roeis The open-
IliR Knri'l.ilt) Is ''The Ceiluan Sol
diers," a sketch wiltteii expli'Ssi) fori
them. Sophie, only 7 ji'.irs old. I
the cutest little (leinian Fiauleln evl
or painted on a stein, and flordiiiii
aped ft. and the Holly I'ollj Dutch-.
The nicfnnlH open Ihelr eliR.iRe.
uicnt at the Orpheiim on Friday.
April 2(1, presonHnR Tor Frhl.o and
Saturtlav hIrIiI ami Hitind.ie inallneu
the IiIr faice sun ess. A l!o),il lie
ecptlnn," or "Iikor "
The hale of seals opens nt Hie Ol
plieum box uulir tomoiiov moruliiK
at 10 o'clock.
a soft, porous fabric. This ii dosic by an entirely original proc
ess ajiroccss heartily) endoried by every physician.
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the Bulletin office.
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NATIONAL FLiti ON
IKE l IH
The police station Is in ho adorned
by Ihe United Sluleti Hat; In tho fuluie
whenever the Dlstilil Omit Is lu ses
sion A line haulier was leeched flola
tho Kou'iumcnt today by Hherlrf Inn
kea foi thin pin pose and n IhiR staff has
been elected from which tho .Slant mil
Htilpes will lloal, commeucliiK toiiioi
The lloatltiR of the nalloual IhiR over
tlio pullc ' Eiallou is In necoidnuie wllli
tlio taw which states that the flaR shall
bo mlbcd oei evei biilhllnif lu which
li eouit Is III session. This la the Hist
time thai litis law has been obseived
it tho mlleo station.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a cumolete summary cf
the news of the flay.
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