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RVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1I SATURDAY, JUNE 201908.. tii n.t -r-
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"DO NOTHING" CONGRESS HAD LONG
LIST OF RESULTS ACCOMPLISHED
There Was Much Done
" Despite the Idea To
AND MUCH NEW WORK
I Addition of one member to Philip
. .. ..... . ... -. m. .'plno Commission.
Detail of What Was Done and What v,111K.r011. ,!Iiinlinni iih., h-m.
Left Over The Publicity
Bill vClot Lett
Legislation passed by the so-called I'hmppln. scouts, companies having
.... berctororo been commanded by lieu-"do-nothing"
Congress Is, on the face tenantB
of It, far from bearing out tbo 8obi.( Knlarglng the classincotlon of cm'
quel.; In one reipoct ut least the plojct to whom tallrouds may grant
Hint sosslc-tToFtTia'GOtli Congress has 'rco transportation,
made a" -fecordln npp.oprlntlng. , '"vision that appeal; from dec!-
more money than any oilier con-
gresses In times of peace. The grand
total of upproprlatlons Is ,u()g..
80L8O4.' Including piovlslons for
higher payVln the Army and Naxy
and .stabliihlng an Immigrant stn.
tlbn 'lit Phlladelplila at u cost of
This appropriation total
i,irr,i,.. ,.i, i.,. fnr n, ...,,.,..
tlu. ofUd giant war vessels and
tcrnl smaller craft. I
Some of the me-.ou.es demanded by
the Pienldent ei.'t through, Includ-1,
l,n tliu ,tiii..iiiiti, liiv iirlillt iii.il.ini.
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id tlio res-don, and the emploers' lln- v ' , , ' '',' ,. , ,
blllty law. designed to meet the ob-' J-WlihlnB thirty additional tl.h
Jectlo.. of tho Supicmo Couit. (hntclierlei and otherwise Increasing
In tho House there -was also the Wwey of K sh Commission
aiditoi work of conducting an Hives- I, " 3.000 pensions to deserv
ligation Into the print paper and J veleralm of lhc Clv" nnu 3"anl'',l
wood pulp tiadc, and of threshing I ' ,. .....
out thoroughly at hearing extend-' "!' '"e applcatlon of coastwise
Ing or-r two months the charges
brought b Keprcncntntlto Llllcy
ugalnst tho Naval Committee.
The Senate balanced this work
with it ratification of man:' 'treaties.
Including 11 Hague rnmentions and''
12 arbitration conventions. A treat
with Groat Ilrltnlti settled the vexed
question of Canadian boundary.
The President contributed bin
share In tho deliberations of Con
grcss In the shape of 20 messages. lli.by .tr?",1,e!: t0 that Berv,cc ot u"
of which were special communica
tions advocating the passage of some
Among tho important legislatho
acts may be enumerated, tbo follow;
Ing laws: ,'
Important law Enacted
rinauclal law whereby-"banks In
porluds ot financial stringency may
lsue. currency to the. . iimpuntjot
?G00, 000,000, depositing lis security
therefor bonds, commercial paper or
other ussets, such emergency curren-.
c-y bclns so taxed ns to Insure Its ro
tlremcnt ns soon as 'tho 'stringency
Customs law changed so that Im
porters must present all evidence ki
appeal before board ot appraiser,
simplifying procedure, lncienslug ap-
pralscrs' salaries and making them
letuovablo only for causo.
Mlltla made Integral part ot the
national military establishment, with
.ndditlonal appropriation of $2,000,-
000 for equipment, etc., making total
iinnual upproprlutlon for mllttln o(
Public buildings bill, authorizing
many needed structuies, puichabe ot
Bites, etc , Including site for Uupart-
ments of State and Commerce and
I.abor, adjoining Treasury and White
National monetary commission
created to dovlse n sound monetary
BjBtem for the Government. -
Tuo new battleships at cost of $0,-
(iou.000 each, exclusive ot nrnior uud
uiinniueni; leu lorpeuo uonv uesiroj-
ers, tin co stenm colliers und eight
Consular service reorganized, abol-
Ishlng unnecessary consulships and
consul generalship and establishing
those most needed.
Widows' pensions Increased from
$8 to $12 a niontlwaud ceitaln un-
necessary restrictions abolUhed.
Importation of Impure tea, tea
sittings, etc., prohibited.
"In flod Wo Trust"' restored to Louisiana,
gold and stlvf- coirs. Intorstute Commerce Commission
Investigation of tariff, preliminary authorized to prescribe icgulat Ion's
to revision, confined td Vnjn and for the tinusportaflon by common
Means and I'lnancu Committees. carriers of explosives, to promoto the
Model child labor law foi District safety of passengers und employes,
of Coli-mbla. Penalty Imposed on soldiers who
Hmployers' liability bill enacted ta Boll their arms, uniforms or accou
leplaco that pronounced uiiconstltu trements mitigated,
tlonal by Supreme Court. Railroads engaged In Interstate
Government liability law, provld- commerce prohibited after January
Ing compensation tb all Inderal em- 1, X910, from using any locomotive
plojes for Injuf-lcs received in lino of equipped with nn nshpan which nc
duty, cessltiitcs un employe's getting under
Additional safeguaids provided for the engine,
legattas. Sixty-two laws authorizing con-
ProvUlon for fortified naval base structlon of bridges over navigable
nt Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for Hawal- sti earns.
Ian drydock and tho completion ot Five laws authorizing construction
uiallng stations nt San Diego and of dams In navigable streams.
California City Point. Nino laws affecting Tederal
Umclency of army medical corps Courts, Judicial dlstilcts, etc,
increased by additional officers und Boven lawa affecting customs,
creation of reserve medical coips. granting lucrcas.de pihlleges to cer-
flame In Alaska protected. tuin ports, etc.
Incieaslng iitmj pay, offlceis up. Twent)-flvu laws alfectlng public
pioxlmately $D00 n yeai each and lands, making special grants, etc.
enlisted meujljout 40 per cent., in- Seven laws 'for tho District of Co-
crease applying to both retired mid
Inci casing navy pay, officers and
enlisted men practically equalised
ultli army. Unlisted force Increased
Murine corps Increased approxi
mately C0(1 oRlceis and enlisted men.
Restrictions on lands of the Five
Civilized Tribes removed, adding
$ir.0,000,000 to, taxable property o(
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bouses and Iiiiojh.
Creation of rank of captain In
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Pta proceedings shall be bad only
when such, court or a justice of th.
Sn."' Court decided thorn li
lKr,1,unJ1 ' "i-pcal. -
'mmlgratlo., station establUbort ,.t
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iKfflelen:y of Ufa saving service
Promoted by mlslng torupo isatlon
"m! ," ,d,"B n"to""- ,
A'1'1"10""" "eguards for passen-
" e ' ." !n,' """"'
1l"e" U,,?,r,Et,J ,,f.
for Catholic church
' Secretary of the Nnvy authorized
to receive and tare for gifts to naval
Creation cf commission and appro
priation of Jl.r.OO.OOO for renresen-
t.itlon of the United States nt
Prohibiting desecration and
proper use of the Flag.
Revenue cutter seivlce Increased
Salaries of assistants to Cabinet of
ficers raised to SD.00O a ei.r.
Appropriation ot SI 1,500 to meet
Appropriation vof 10,227.000 "for
the Panami Canal. 'J ', i "
Appropriating of SfM00-.or ?
tlnjvJng sin Vei and making btflindary
between the tnlte 'StiA'cFinriu Can-
ailniTl vl JB m V ' If
Pemalc nurBo corps cstablished-ffor
navy hospitals and nnvj hosnllul
ships., . ' ! i;,
Military bands must not combetc
with civilian musicians.
Drainage of public lands la Min
nesota, Including all unpatented
Joint maneuvers of army und ml-
lltln authorized, with $1,000,000 ap-
Remission ot $10,800,000 ot the
Chlnoso Indemnity lesultlng from
Anarchistic and seditious publlca
tlons and Intoxicants and cocaine ex
eluded from the mails,
'Attorney General directed to In
stltute suits to c6mpel forfeiture if)
the United States ot certain lands
granted to the Central Pacific. Ore'
gonShort' Line, etc., on. ground of
violation of contract
Invitation extended to all nations
to send delegates to the Internatlon
al Tuberculosis Congress, o be herd
at Washington beglnnjng Sept. ill.
cnippewa national forest reserve
created In Minnesota.
Patent law. amended so that all
patents shall Issue within three'
mouths after final fee Is paid, and
that In the event ot the death of pat
cntee any patent pending shull Issuo
to I1I3 legal heirs
Secretary orWar authorized to cx
pend $250,000 for the relief ot suf
forcrs from cyclone of April, 1908, in
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, und
luinbli, Including prohibition uT uli
betting within the district mid pio
!dlng for free examination of spu
tum in suspected cases tyt tubercu
It Pis. '
Five laws authorizing' the Secro
Urj of War (o donate obsolete ord
niiiico to qunsl-mllltary organiza
tions, Including one of Confederate
veterans and ono erecting a Confed
erate monument. ,
Pediment for House front Of Cap
itol piovlded for at cost of $76,000.
Resolutions condemning Represen
tative Lllley nnd exonerating mem
bers of the House from implication
of improper Influences in connection
with submarine boat appropriations.
Commission, consisting of Sccreta
r of War, chairman both Commit
tees on Public Ilultdings and one Dis
trict Commissioner, to investigate
lllebcr land scandal and similar
Investigation ot wood pulp indus
try; House committee reported no
warrant for altering tariff nt Jlhls
tlmo nnd no conclusive evidence of a
trust, but sufficient ground for fur
ther Investigation. '.
One h und reel and flft-two public
laws were enacted.
Thoro weio 2,300 invalid pension
nets and about 700 prlvnte 'iwnslon
f lilts Introduced: In House, ove
22,000; In Senate, over 7,000.
Measures Left Or-r
Venezuelan reprisals, correspond
ence, etc., eft In Senate Committee
on Foreign Relations.
Ilrowusvllle resolutions, providing
for restoration to the nrm of cer
tain soldiers discharged from the
Changes In administrative customs
laws, In accordance with the agree
ment with Germany.
Postal savings-bank bill. Left on
Parcels post reduction. No action
by either House.
Provision for model battleship for
each Stato for which such ship Is
named. Left In House committee.
Federal Injunctions against Stale
statutes to bo, Issued only by major
ity of three Federal Judges; left tn
House Judiciary Committee.
Anti-Injunction leelaltUon. Left
In House Judiciary Committee.
federal grain Inspection. Left In
Inter-State Commerce Committee.
Amendments to Sherman anti
trust law. Loft In House Judiciary
Campaign publicity legislation.
Left In Sepate committee.
Creation ot public utilities com
mission for; District ot Columbia:
Amendment of Interstate commerce
law to give States Jurisdiction- over
intoxicating liquors brought within
their boundaries. ,, ,
Naturalization law, increasing the
tees (or complete naturalization, from
$0 to.,110 nnd WrpvldfeigfYor addi
tional, eterkliof, toirtkUp'tlioVlzed to
grant naturalization. '
Treaties Ratified. by Senate '' I
r.ievcn uague coBVentlonsK-rlgnls
ot neutrals, laws of war on land, hos-'
pltal ships, naval bombardments,
rights ot capture In naval war, re
striction of submarine mines, prohib
iting discharge of projectiles and ex
plosives! from balloons, pacify: settle
ment, International controversies,
Iliriltlng employment of force for col
lection ot contractual debts, govern
ing opening ot hostilities and adapt
ing Geneva convention to maritime
Establishment of International
health office. '' A '
Pan-Amnrlrnn pnmrlirlit iitid Vnitb
Of Inierhatloniil law. ' '7
Twelve arbitration conventions
Denmark, France. Great Ilritaln, .It-
ulv, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Nor
way, l'ortUKnl, Spain. Sweden and
With Great Ilritaln Canadian
boundary. Canadlnn fisheries, wreck
ago and salvage and conveyance ot
prisoners tn United States und Ca
nadian territory, -
Extradition with Snaln. Ban Mar
ina and Portugal und Uruguay.
Protection of trade marks in China
and Korea with Japan. ,
Naturalization with Peru, Portugul
Three Hague conventions cre
ation of international prize court, uf-
focllng status of merchant ships at
outbiealc ot war add conversion ot
merchant ships Into warships. . Dis
approved by committee.'
Wireless convention interna
tional treaty defining duties of wire
less telegraph comnanles. etc. ''
Presidential Messages " '
iiie i-reiiuent sent to Congress 20
messages, 'Including nine transmit
ting reports of Federal officers, In
response to resolutions, etc. Eleven
special messages recommended gen
eral or special legislation. The most
Important executive communications
were 'the annual message ot Dec. 3,
1907, and special messages, u fol
lows: ' 1
Dec. 21, asking contlnliance.ot bi
Jan. 0, urging that additional cen
sus employes be subject to Civil Set-
Jan, 2,8, urging pensions, etc, for
March 2C, urging goneru legisla
April 14, urging authorization of
April 27, urging general leglsla-
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Thi. fPCYttnl .hal . tn fn-
gres(bno vctomessege In which-he
aisapprovedisibiUigrantlng an exten
sqp ot.tlme to a company previously
authorized to damithe-Raluy River,
Inlinnesota, but) wUh,hlsHconsent,
It was, later, passed over-hill v(o.
Agrlcultur 1MT2.106 00
Army. 1. 9C.382,'247.61
Diplomatic and con i" ' '
blst. of Columbia..
Fortification .". . .
Legislative, etc. . .
Sundry civil 112,937,313.22
Urgent deficiency . 24,0.50,125.48
General deficiency la0',782,848.17i
Minor mlscellane- ' ""
Permanent annual 154,'19'4,296,i2
The following members of the COth
Congress hnvo died:
John T. Morgan, Senator from Ala
bama. Edmund Winston 'Pettus, Senator
Stephen U..Mallory, Senator from
William Plnkncy Whyte, Senator
from Mar) land.
Asbury Churchwell Lutlmer, Sena
tor from South Carolina.
Redtleld Proctor, Senator from
George W. Smith, representative
from tho 25th district of .Illinois.
. W. II. Flack, representative from
the 26th district of New york.
John V. Rlxey, representa'tlve'from
the 8th district ot Virginia.
Campbell .Sfemp, representative
from the Ninth .district of Virginia.
Abraham Lincoln llrlck, represent
atlye from tho 13th 'district ot In
diana. ,Ad,olph Meyer, representative from
the 1st district ot Louisiana.
, Charles E. Llttlefleld, representa
tive from the 2d district of'Mathe.'to
take effect Sept. 30, 1908. J "
For Twenty Fiscal, Years
$.1,008, 8041894. 57
7J9.278, 826. VJ
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1894 ............ 47,-32,a7,0S
1)893 i.,. -463.6S4.386.20
1892 .U.IV..A. '- .514.424,019,49
1890 . .,.. i 1138,623,367.61
Following" Is tho '-program ot. the
closing exercises of Panou school:'1
Song Welcome ,
Recitation Ten Little Boys
Song Danes In tho Woods .-. .
itecuniion ineru ,. was a Little
Girl . Lucy Kuu
8oug Lullaby . , . ,
Recitation '1 hruo Little I.niiKliInu
v Maids,.. E. Dunn, M, Crabbo. Uella'
bong can a UttlolChlld Like Mu ..
Rucltation Two'LIUle Hands
I. McCorrlston, II. Wlso
Flag Drill and Song I Love the Flag.
Recitation Vacation Awlll
v ROOM II.' '
Recitation Two Hands
Chant Tho Lord's Prayer
Hymn Hawaiian Hymn
Song The Lord Is My Shepherd
Ernest, M. Gomes. F. Medcras. Hint
Duut Qod llless the Homo
Recitations Memory Selections ...
Hong Dlrds in tbo Night
Dialogue Hopeless Case
M.. Aviso and M. Crossou
Solo Chickadees. '. M. Fragus
Solo und Chorus Malkal Walplo...
'... J, Keopuhltta
Recltatlon-rDo You Suppose
D. Dunn and M. Gomes
Duct No Ueautlful Palace
F. Gomes and F. Mederai,
Solo and Chorus A Fisher Doy ...
,... E. Fragas
Recitation A Drunkard's Fato ....
Rogeru Ka, Tony, Chin Hu,
Albert Walau, W. Roberts, Kaulll
Quartet My Mountain Home
Ttx. Plllanl, Flora, Emallne, Johnny
MelcA-Moku O Keawo
Dialogue A Great Secret ..
I. Keawe and Victoria
Solo My Raby M. Fragas
Song Forest Echo
Rocltatlon l.ovo One Another ....
,. D..Kuhlna, E. Dunn,. Hawaii, Antone
Song Hall to the Queen ,
Solo This Is East :
Recitation The Choice t
Allka, Ah Hay, Lena, Clara
Duet aud Chorus Ka Lai O Pua . . .
Plllanl and Emallno
Dialogue The Fault Finder,
..'.'J. Kuopuhlwa and Ah l"a
Quartet Hweet Volco
..Flora, Emallne, Plllanl and John
Duet Angels Adore Him
.., Frank and Johuii)
Song Violet Hunting ,.
Solo and Chorus Vacation Song , . .
Orand March (a) Grand Right and
Left (b) Two Stops, Song, Mnngo
Tree (c) Heel and Tie, Bong, Our
llqat; soug (d) The Owl und tho
Pussy Cat. ,
Engugemont of Miss Helen de
Young- jo George Cameion Is announced.
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' CORNER KINO AND SHEHIDAK SIS.
Dennis Tighe vs. Murphy
U. S. S. ALABAMA) V, S. ARMY)
TEN ROUNDS ISO Founds.
HART (U. S. S, Maine) vs. KAHAULELlO, 6 Rounds,
160 Pounds. '
WAHILANI vs. Y0UNO SHARKEY, 4 Rounds, 142 Lbs
TICKETS ON SALE AT FASHION CIGAR STAND.
RINGSIDE, $1.90; RESERVED SEATS, $1.00. GENERAL
ADMISSION, 50c. '
to the average housewife. IT
efty, quick, and convenient
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, OJibway of Y. E.. A. J. 0. 0., No. 60247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. 62304, at service at 310.
IsLS22 The Pond Dairy
NEEDN'T BE. Washing is
when you use the modern "
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75c. Per Month