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EVKN1K0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1!., FHIDAY, APRIL 3, 1908.
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Ono of tho results of tlio Saturday ,
jlce primaries Is that tho Fudges and tin:
7:SCTl Fudge-doodles are trying liartl to
slap each other on the wrist.
The loss of n warship during rai"
neuvcrs gives force to the occasional
remark of an officer that practising
the war game Is no child's play.
In the midst of so much talking
on old topics It will he strungo If
Hawaii cannot 11ml time to shape up
Issues until the day before the plat
formls adopted. '
lluslncssncn with real hustlo In
their hones will make uso of Improv
ed Inter-Island transportation as a
lover to promote more frequent Inter
Island trips to Honolulu.
Miss Heard's conclusion to throw
up the whole business Is Intensely
human, and therofoio tho peoplo will
not condemn, though, as I-awson
would put It, they wjll grin. i
Now Fairbanks comes forward on
n turlff-rovlslon platform. Where Is
the high-tariff man that Hawaii's llo-
publlcun delegates should hoost be-
t causeihe lg for high tariff and duns
,' to say so. ,
' Ex-Prcsldent Cleveland has dared
' to propose that Iloblcy D. Kvans
"""vTrii "suoUtd lie made a iull Admiral. And
)-t . why 'not? Ho has,proved his light
) J' ' ing capacity nnd. commanded tha
grentcst'poace-flcct of 'history.
Ilefusal of tho Populists to endorse
llryan will holp make tho silver
, tongued brator the special friend of
Wall Street among the whiskered
gentry whose principles of any value'
have been already adopted by Repub
licans and Democrats. -
Hon. A. L. C. Atkinson takes a dif
ferent view from his Anti-Saloon
League associates at the outset. Tho
day after unanimously electing Its
new Superintendent the League finds
It has none, which may suggest that
the laBt stato of tho campaign will
he worse than tho first.
MR. THWING'S AGITATION.
Hov. Mr. Thwlng has brought to
tho 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n olllco a copy of tho
petition ho has circulated In connec
tion with his Iwllel agitation.
UlBhop Rcstarlck has offered tho
moat pointed commentary on tho pe
tition to enforce tho law at Iwllel
that could be made when ho adds to
his signature that tho law should bo
enforced throughout the whole town.
This paper credits tho majority of
the gentlemen whoso names nro at
tached to the petition with great In
tegrity of purpose uml we have no
doubt they ure enthusiastic in their
desire to reach n solution of the prob
lem that Is vexing every civilized city
of tho globe. Tho appearance of oth
ers suggests that thoy wore fright
ened by tho query, "Why, will you
not sign a petition to enforce tho
law? Do you belluvo In violation of
tho law?" This way of putting It
makes a fair club for, tho man with
tho potltlon; but It does not solvo
There Is no doubt of the practical
result of this latest move.
It may bo possible for tho gentle
men who have signed this potltlon to
overthrow whatever control or lack
of control may exist In connection
with the social ovll at Iwllel. This
will not reduco the number of women
plying the trade. They will scatter
over tho town.
In due course of tlmo tho peoplo
will be so disgusted with a wldoly
distributed social ovll that thoy will
lew with un extreme senso of to-
llof a resumption of present condi
tions nt Iwllel.
This condition will go on until
someone elsa lias tho samo sort of a
moral Inspiration that Is now mov
ing Mr. Thwlng and tho wholo un
pleasant business will bo trotted out
to public view,, ugaln. ,
Mr. Thwfngtsuggesta that the law
be enforced and If tho law bo wrong
change It. This Is not a fair presen
tation of tho problem and does not
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APRIL 3, 1908
mean an approach to practical solu
tion. So far ns this paper can learn, tho
number who refused to sign Mr.
Thwlng's petition wns as large or
larger than tho number who signed,
ro thero Is n fair share of thoughtful
public sentiment behind tho petition
that some problems nro not solvil
by stirring tlfem up nnd lllllng tho
ntmospheio with a bad smell.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR .
Editor i: v e n I u i; 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
In your editorial of March 28th en
titled "The International Congress
on Tuberculosis," you Btate that tho
membership feo in tho local organi
zation Is $7.
This is nn orror. Tho foo hns been
made low so that all could Join,
namely, ono dollar a year.
i-3. s. aooDiiuB,
Secretary Hawnti Terr. League
'for the Prevention nnd Ilollel
Ilolttaloa,, Hawaii, Anr.i2.
' a i1 ; v . i I
Kvu Tetrazzinl Is to return to: tho
ntngo and sing In "Andrea Chenler"
In New Yoric. ' ' jj
ANOTHER POPULAR EXCURSION
The flno new steamship MAUNA
KEA will leavo Honolulu Tuesday,
April 7th, nt noon: icturnlng'the
party will arrive by steamship tyAU
NA LOA, on Tuesday, .April Hthi at
Fare for the round trip, $51.
This excursion1 allows one day In
Hllo, threo days nt tho Volcanoj and
tho circuit of tho. Island of Hawaii.
A rare opportunity Is here ottered
to bee-the crater in unusual nctlvlt);
residents of tho district declare It to
be tho most spectacular eruption In
years. Tho fern and koa forests, tho
trco moulds nnd other natural won
ders In the neighborhood nro most
Upon the return trip, members of
tho party1 who dcBlrc, may nt u small
additional cost, leavo the steamer at
Napoopoo and drivo overland
through Kona, ugaln boarding tho
vessel nt Katlua.
For Information regarding tho trip
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1 KiDS TIED
Kdltor Evening lliillctln
It is Impossible, for mo to comply with
tho request of your reporter for Infor
mation as to past matters at Issue be
tween tho Department of Health and
II. 1. J. M.'s ConstilGencral unless thu
permission of tho Honorable Governor
of Hawaii Is obtained.
I do not know where tho leak Is. It
Is not In the olftco of tho Hoard of
Thu Japanese Consul-Clenoral has
been treated with tho utmost courtesy
under any and all circumstances.
Thcro Is not a self-respecting Amer
ican citizen who will fall to support
every word and act of tho President
of tho Hoard should It be decme.ir tiltf
Isablc the correct toxtsbwegtven to
tho public. S ' '
r-' L.' B. PINKHAM, ,
President, Hoard or Health.:''
Honolulu, April 3; '08. '
f!Antiniiiwl frTYi "Paro l
hip by ShFrlrf lauiea."1' tomV 'returned
fromiKona Inltho .Miitmn T36a looking
much improved in health.- .
"It, has been given wutLhat-you , will
bo an active principal in tho coming
campaign. Does that mean that you
Will run for Sheriff or for Mayor?!'
asked tho reporter. N ;
"Well, that I cannot say as j'ot.v an
iwored tho Sheriff. "I will havo to sou
the prominent politicians first."
"Will you Beck tho nomination 'from
tho Democratic party, or will you run
as an Independent candidate?"
"I will seek tho nomination from
the Democratic party," answered lau
kea. a t
P0HUKAINA SCHOOL IS
(Continued from Pace 1)
"Yes, I was out thero the other day,"
Mrs. Dowsett added. Tho children
would fall and break their nocks bo
,'oro thoy could got out."
"I want to say right now," Mr.
Hutchlns went on, "that unless a
broad stairway is built tlieru, I shall
oppose the. school being opened noxt
Assistant Secretary Cox explained
that tho stairway could bo built from
tho department's appropriation.
"Then," Bald Commissioner Hutch
lns, "I move that tho Hopper resi
dence, known as tha Pohukalna school
bo closed until adequate arrange
ments aro made. School closes today
for a week, I believe, and I think that
tho work can bo dono In that tlmo. At
any rate, I don't want that school re
opened until It Is rendered sale."
Tho motion carried unanimously, all
of tho membors of tho Hoard appear
ing to rccognizo tho seriousness of
Tho Pohukalna school Is taught by
Mrs. Mary Gunn. Sho lives In tho
building, but nono of tho children
Tho Hoard wao called together for
tho purposo of acting on tho mnttor
of allowing tho Federal Judge to sen
tence Juvenile offenders to tho Terri
torial Hoys' Industrial School. This
matter camo up nt tho previous meet
ing and was referred to tho Attorney
General for an opinion as to tho legal
ity of tho action, Judgo Dolo having
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36 inches wide,
requested Hint ho bo allowed to sen
tence )outhfiil offenders to thu school
liiitend of to Jail. ,
Thu Attorney General could ea no
lenson why the desired action could
not bo taken. In his opinion, read to
tho Hoard by Chairman Williamson
"In the absence of any express pro
hibition in tho statute, thero npears
to lw no reason why you should not
accept offenders go convicted under
18 years of ago, upon making satis
factory arrangements for their sup
port while" nt such schools, including
also tho cost of transportation. Hy so
doing tho Department itHsiimes no re
sponsibility for tho legality of such
confinements. Tho procedtiro to. ho
followed in any case would bo similar
to that now used In case of commit
ments from tho Territorial Courts."
Upon tlio reading of this opinion,
the following resolution was adopted
Uesolvcd, that tho Superintendent
of tho Boj-b' Industrial School bo au
thorized to rocelvo nil Federal pris
oners ofnges within tho rules of said
school nnd sentenced to Imprisonment
thcro and to guard and maintain such
prisoners in accordance with tho rules
of this Institution, nt tho rate for each
prisoner of GO cents per day.
Resolved Further, That a copy of
this resolution bo forwarded to tho U
S. Mnrshal for tho District of Hawaii,
and that upon receipt by thu Superin
tendent of tho school of the accept
ance of tho terms hereof, a contract
In accordance herewith shall bo con
sidered ns entered Into,
Mr. Cox explained that Judge. Dolo
had at llrst expressed tho opinion th.it
a charge of 50 cents n day was too
high, but he had showed him figures
as to the running expenses, shontng
that tho cost per day for each Inmate
Is 42 cents, and tho Judge had con
cluded that a C0-ccnt chnrgo Was not
unreasonable, Tho figures weio as
Salary of Stipcrlndcndcut ..$ .1,000.00
Salary of two teachers
Salary of mechanical
structor . .
Salary of Guards
Axerago expenses per day $11.50
Average number of Inmates , ...US 2-3
Cost per day for each Inmate 12
Tho Hoard voted to appoint Miss
Allen principal of tho Kalahco school
at a salary of S7S a month, less tho
usual throtf per cmt.
M. K. Sakuma and family desfrn to
tljailk tluilr 'trWiida who Mficosscil
sy mputhV for them In tho recent' be
feavonienN throtlgh gifts' of ''ffowers
and other kind? rids.
Tho Floet,)compa--ll-et us clean
up the City'. .,.,'. . T
We will cut you a stylish
Visiting-Card Plate and print
100 cards from the same.
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Snidcr's Oyster Cocktail
Sauce 30o 20
Shasta Jams (assorted) :
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(Continued from Page 5.)
Mr, Thwlng, 'who Is tho nctlvo
agent In tho Iwllel agitation, left tho
potltlon he has had signed and nli-o
a statement. If is known thut :i very
good number of respectable citizens
refused to stgm tho petition. Mr.
Thwlng said ho waB sorry tho thing
was coming Into so much publicity,
but admitted thnt ha couldn't soo
how u great moral reform could bo
brought about on tho quiet.
Mr. Thwlng says there will bo no
back-down. He has approached tho
Attorney Oenernl and ho Is to write
to tho .11. S. Attorney tlcncrnl. lie'
Is to talk to Sheriff luukoa today.
Thwlng was Inclined to shnpo Ills re
marks so as to hold tho Hoard of
Health -responsible for making thp
Civic Federation letter pubjlci Hu
admitted, however, that the1 fact the
letter"ont to u public department
was 'assijranco that It niust be made
(.uuiie. , ,, ,. .
Tlin.tirtlttnn nnd th( Rtctpmpnt fnt
low: i ii i ,-i T
1 ' ' April 1, 1908.
To C. P.' lriukoit, Sheriff df Oahu.t
Iln.-ir Rlr! Wfl. tli'o linrlfrHlirnpil
';:.. " . .'..,..,: .":.".. :.y,
icaiuvuiB ui uuuuiuiu, ivisiiutuuiiy
request that ou enforce- thO'Terrl-
tot-lab laws ns thoy apply to present
conditions nt Iwllel. Here n business,
Is carried on in open disregard of tha
laws of Hawaii.
Edward . Thwlng, O. It. tiullck,'
K. Mackenzie Moses K. Nn'
kulna, John. T. Uullck, P. U.
Atherton, Win. W. Hall, Chus.
V. llafdwln, II. W. Chamber
lain, A. V. Soarcs, 13. A. How
land, It. A. Uobblns, 13. Hen
rick Ilrown, Jno. H. Sopor,
(leorgo Uavles, John SI. Mar
tin, (Jcorge F. Hcnshnll, C.
M. Cooke, J. M. Whitney, U.
II. Cooko, I'nul Super, Charles
V, Hrlsscl, lllshop Uboit, 11.
P. Dillingham. Henry n. llcs
tailck, lllshop of Honolulu
(for the enforcement of tho
law at Iwllel and nt all other
places), Jas. .1. Macdonald, U.
P. Castle. W. I). Wostoivelt,
Dorcmus Scuddcr, Chns. !.
Atherton, Theodore Illchards,
A. P. Cooke, Wm. Williamson,
P. J. Lowroy, Wm. Ilrowster
Oloson, Prank Scuddcr, Duvld
W. Crnno, K. 11. Hand, J, M.
Tucker, Isaac Mi Cox, P. 0.
Jones, J. P. Cooke, It. McCor
rlston, John W. Wndman, It.
P. Quarlcs, W. J. Forbes, A.
M. Morrill, J. T. Wayson, 13d-
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Honolulu, II. T April B. l'JOS.
A STATI3MI3NT .
It was stated yeaierdhy that I was
present at tha last meeting of tho
Hoard of Health, during President
rinkhnm'B reply to ccrtnln charges
of co-opcintlou with an Illegal buxl
ness; and that when Invited to Bpcak,
I kept silence. This would scrm to
Indicate n backing down on tho patt
of the Commtttco of tho Civic Feder
ation. This Is a mistake. I was not
ptC2,cnt nt the tlmo mentioned. Thcro
is no intention to break down. Ah
was fully explained yesterday, tho
lWrtl'ori Health HAS beeh'co-oporat-UiB
In this unlawful business. AVC
l)uvcabsolute proof of tills co-opora-tlon.
Tho Committee . would .Vilnius
ly make a statement neforO tlio' whole
Board, f nn opportunity (8 Riven
J'o reasonable 'explanation lias' y6t
ljcen made. Tho'Hoard must, disprove
the co-operation In this ovll business,
dr take tfio bad name of It. An earn
est, nnd possibly long, campaign has
been begun to. secure tho Enforce
ment of Law' In Honolulu.
I havo no personal ill will towards
President Ptnkhnni. -but I feel that,
considering-1tlie""linportnnt position ha,
now holds, hisiiictlons nnd .his state
ments'' are nio3t.surprislng.aud unex
plained. For tho head of tho Hoard
to take nctlon continually, without
consulting tho other 'members of tho
Hoard, teems most unwise nnd not
for tho public good. Nothing Is moro
desired thnn n truo nnd clear under
standing of tho situation.
I3DWAUD W. TIIWINU.
HONOLULU WEATHER W
K -X- -. it it ii i it X it it -,
Temperatures 0 a. m., fiS; S a, m.,
09; 10 n. m., G7; 'noon, 74; morning
minimum, H5.' ,
Haromefer, S a. ni., 30.05; absolute
humidity, 8 n m.. fi.I8l grains pur
cubic foot; lelntlvn hunifdlty. 8 a. in.,
SO per cent; dew point. 8 a. m., C3.
. Wind C u; m., velocity, 17, direction
N'.'K.'; S a. m., velocity 12. direction
N. 1-3.; 10 a, re., velocity 20, direction
N. 13.; noon, eloclty . 10, dlrectloli
N. 13. '
Italnfall during 21 hours ended 8
a. m., .05 inph.
Total wliul movement during 21
bourn ended nt noon, SCO miles.
WM. 11. STOCKMAN.
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau
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way we can maintain same Is by keep
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