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EVENING nULLETIK, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, FEI1. 17, 1909 '
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WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17, 1900
ADVANTAGE OP COUNTIES.
Coventor l'rcar's messngo to tlio , ".Moreover, the counties hnvo the
, Lighduturc Is brim full of Miggen- ndvantngo of being nolo to expend
tlons mid not overburdened with rcc- their funds ns they deem best, while
t ommcndatlons. the Territorial executive is hound by
The Governor nines progress upon i specific tipproiirlntlons for different
?lho legislators, but nlwnj a within t'to 'objects. A saving in cxpenso could
limits of the Territorial icvcnuc. Ills .bo effected If fonic of these npproprl
outlliio of the demnnds ot tho public nitons luuld be combined Into lump
venire Is detailed mid thorough. Ills sums giving the heads of departments
expressed conildcnco In the l.eglsln-. wider discretion no Hint they might
ttiro should be sustained by rcclpro- use the money to the best advantage,
nil ni'tlnii bv tlio renrcsontntlvcs ot the nccrcuntc being limited ns cf-
tho people. I fcctually ns nt present." Governor
Keep wunin ine revenue, in uiuj i-rears .vicskkc
keynote V Mr. Krear's llrst message. Of courso tho counties nro able to
Tho much-discussed liquor legislation expend their money ns they sco lit
U niailo Impressive by Its nbsonce.
Tlio Governor considers tho presont
icgulntlons for the liquor tralllc sut
llclcnt. Siibjctts-Tresented to tho Legisla
ture bv tho Governor icprcsont the
vital topics of the hour. The mes-
Trent Trust Co.,
eight yearn of ngc! Why, even con
tented and corrupt cities of tho main
land don't begrudge tho money pour
ed out liberally for tho public
That Is tho great value ot tho local
government which has legislative
authority Immediately available, Is
elastic and promptly meets tho de
mands ot the people.
Hut why should the executive of
ficers of tho Territory bo given tho nil-
tago Is Intensely practical. Theories, tliorlty properly held by the Tcrrllo
nre left to u more convenient rciisun. J rial Legislature?
Tho Governor approaches many TIichc few sentences from the nios
(liicstlons with a characteristic indl- sage open up vistas of the "good old
roctlou. He explains what may ho dajs" when executive officers switch
done nnil might be well for the Ter- ed appropriation balances nrouud (o
rtlory. This Is n trait peculiar to the suit themselves, whistled at Icglsln
picscut Lxocutlvu. Uve authority, and did what they.
It we read the message correctly the officers, pleated,
nnd Interpret the suggestions ns con- We congratulate tho Governor on
vijlng the Administration policy, thu j fact that this Is tho only place In
Governor may truthfull) be said to Ills message where tho old habits ot
hillevo In the future of Hawaii, nl- -dd administrations, going hack even
though ho Is not ll.it-footcd in his ex- o tho dujs of the monarchy, stick
pression, "Prospects are favorable." . out so that they nre evident to tho
He believes In tho direct-primary naked eye.
law and n great register for voters, Practically interpreted, this sug
a consolidated appropriation hill for Ignition means larger. Incidental
salaries nnd current expense, addt- funds, and ability ot the executive
tlonal loan appropriation, deposit of i departments to go ahead according
public funds In banks, provision fur to their own sweet will regardless ot
clearing-house certificates, approprl- the obvious Intent, If not the exact
ntlon by the Territory for public ne- direction, of the Legislature,
.tessltlcs so there may be' an end of 1 Why Is It that when men get Into
..the .special emergency funds raised the executive building of the Tcrrt--'
liy the wharfage tnx of Honolulu and ! tory of Hawaii they all havo attacks
Hlto, cooperation with Federal of govcrnlngltls, and chafe under the
health officials, hospital treatment for restraining power ot the IcgUlativo
I leprosy, support for tho campaign , directions?
ngatnst tuberculosis, n special tnx for j The right solution Is to put more
" tho public schools, medical Inspection authority with the local governments,
for the school children, appropriation; not to throw the doom ;: Lie Trons-
,fur n public lUnary, development of ury wide open to executive officers
'the Honolulu waterworks, construe-, who will report what they have dona
tlon ot water sstcins for country' to the next Legislature, mid call tho
districts, acquirement of land needed : representatives, of the people an itg-
foi public purposes by purchase, nnd I grcgntlon of- dough-heads, If they
less land exchanges, spcclnt effort don't like It
The Fifth Legislature of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii starts off with tlio
r.inrhltiery running so smoothly that
the people will have no dlmculty In
placing responsibility on tho llrst
man who attempts to cither clog or
Japanese ngltntors having tired ot
attacking citizens of the country In
which they nro residing, now turn
on their own officials. Soon they
will he Issuing tirades against tho
laborers who refuscd'to ho fooled.
Ex-Governor Carter being on tho
way back, we shall hnve nt least one
man here to tell haw it should bo
THE STEAMER W. O. Hall nrrlvcd
this morning fiom Kniml with passen
gers and innll. Her cargo consisted of
3nn bags K. S. SI. sugar, 17U bags pine-
apples, 157 hags faro, 12 empty wine
barrels, CO packages sundries. Purser
Chancy reports tho following sugar on
Kauai, ready for shipment: I'., 3300;
H. JL, BC00; K. 1'.. 4300; M. S. Co.,
25,000; K. 8. Co.. 2800; Mcll., 31,811;
G. & II.. 11,185; V. K 1500; W., 1C0O;
K. 8. M.. 5300.
PUItSLK KIDLING of the Claiidlnc,
which arrived this morning, reported
thnt on Thursday, tlio lfilh, tho Claud
Ino towed tho schooner Jns Holph out
of liana bay, bound to San Frunclsco
with sugar. Tlio barkciitino Mtikuwell
arrived nt Knhuliil tho same day.
nnd special tax for Immigration, hy
drographic and topographic surveys.
Investigations for producers needing
assistance to develop market facili
ties, homestead roads, possible com
bination of tho Federal nnd Territo
rial agricultural departments, Juve
nile courts, repair of the Judiciary
building, reorganization ot tho mi
nor offices of tlio courts In the Inter
ests, of economy, a new armory
mid Increased appropriation for tho
National Guard. All of which must
be done whllo keeping within tho In
terne, for, tho Governor concludes,
"1 need hardly remind you that tho
achievements ot n Legislature nro
, measured not In tho amount ot legls
"liilloii enacted but In Its character."
It Is apparent that the Governor
will not mark tho legislation up to a
very high standard of character it tho
appropriation bills exceed the In
come, and the executive Is left with
tho dubious duty ot selecting what
Items shall bo expended and whnt
TAX FOR SCHOOLS.
Tho Federal agricultural experi
ment station and tho Territorial bu
reau of agriculture and forestry
hould bo combined.
It ma V bn thnt tills ts uimt thn
Governor Intended to recommend in shutting tho school doors to children
his message, although he surrounds, In order ta save a little money,
tho proposul with "not unlikely" and
Governor Frenr suggests increased
direct tux fur the support ot tho pub
This Is to the point and meets the
situation In a much more patriotic
spirit than is found In tho plan
hiought out within tlio lust few days
to limit the children attending tho
public schools by keeping them nt
homo a year or two more.
A more un-American move could
hardly he thought up thaii tho retro,
gicsslve scheme of keeping children
out of school until they havo reached
the age ot eight years.
It thcro Is ono thing on which Haw-all
has sustained u magnificent nnd
exemplary reputation it is In tho per
fection of lis public schools. It has
thus upheld the spirit 'of American
institutions. It has given to every
boy and girl the opportunity for a
Is Huwall, now thnt it Is a Terri
tory under tho Flag, to turn In Its
courso nnd smirch its good namo by
barring tho children out until they
nro eight years old?
Hawaii can far better afford to
tnx ovory malo resident boven dollars
n year for- sustaining the public
schools than go beforo tho world as
Japanese Vice-Consul Is
Target For Shafts
The Higher-Wage agitators nro
now nfter Secretary Tsuchlyn of tho
Japaneso Consulate, who r6ccntly
luadc n visit to the island of Hawaii.
They aro soro at him because of tho
interview published in this paper to
tho effect thnt ho thought tho con
ditlons on tho plantations wcro pcaco
Vimf tttn Vlittm till (tin nrfvntl nt
tho agitators, Is nfter Sccrctnry Tsu
ichlya. That paper yesterday pub
lished nn article mirnortinc to bo
correspondence from Its agent on Ha
waii, who tried to discredit tho sec
retary nnd tried hard to agitato la
borers against him. On its llrst
page, In largo type, the article cov
ets twti columns. Tho rough trans
"TIMIU'AND INCOMPETENT SKC
"Secretary Tsuchlyn, who camo to
Hawaii n few weeks ago to sco tlio
condition in different plantations on
the Island ot Haw-all, showed Incom
petence In his racial duty and unkind
ncss townrd his countrymen while
"Whllo he was staying In Hllo, ono
Kagawn of Kallmann, representing
sixty other Jnpancso planters, wait
ed on him nnd lodged complaints
against tho plnntntlon regarding the
written agreement which they con
sidered incomplete, nnd nbout unsat-
isfnetory condition of their houses,
nnd so mo other petty complaints."
Tho correspondent of tho Jijl nc-
cuscs Secretary Tsuchlyn of appar
ent Indlffercnco and Incompetence.
Ho Is said to hnvo told tho represen
tative In Hllo that as agitation Is
now going on. It would be far better
to settle tho matter arter the pres
ent ngltntlon has subsided.
Tsuchlyn's advice to be peaceful
Is now construed by tho correspond
ent of tho agitation organ ns cvldcnco
of ills Incompetence and unklndncss.
Tho correspondent asks tho High-
Wage Association to take up tho mat
ter nud censure him for his conduct.
He snys: "The sccrctnry tried to
cover up tho things nnd did not visit
any camp in the vicinity of Amniilu
nnd Knumnnn.""Wllh what word enn
Secretary Tsuchlyn reply to tho
charge tit Incompetence nnd timid
ity?" "Our coiiiitnmen arc all In
dignant nt the unkindly attitude ot
the officials of the Consulate, and
they want to appeal to their country
men who stand for ilghteousncss.
Consul Uyeno, if he wishes to remedy
tho fiult of the shortcomings of Ills
sccrctnry, ought to visit the Island
himself and attend to these things."
in the article a number of invect
ives nre thrown nt Secrctnry Tsuchl-.
yn which nre characteristic of tho
paper of the agitators.
Speaker Holsteln this morn-
lug announced his standing
committees ns follows:
Ilules Sheldon, Moann-
till, Kama, Kinney, Knvvnakon.
Flnanco Itlcc, Cohen,
Shingle, Nnknlcka, Mahckau.
Agrlcultute, Forestry, Pro-
motion, nnd Immigration
Shingle, Huddy, Cnstro, Fur-
Education Long, Carle)',
Correii, AffoiiBO, Like.
Health and Police Coney,
Knlclopit, Xakulckn, Kamano-
Judiciary Douthltt, Shcl-
don, Long, Coney, Wnlwnlolo.
Military Alfonso, Kanlho,
Like, lllhlo, Kcalnwart.
Knnlho, Knmahu, Knwewchl,
Accounts nnd Public Kxpen-
dltures Castro, Illco, Fur-
tado, Kama, Knmahu.
Public Lands and Internal
Moanaula, Douthltt, Cohen,
Huddy, Nawnhlnc, Illhla.
Printing Correa, Kamano-
ulu, Mnkcknti, Wiilwalole,
PAUL REVERE'S RIDE
At n meeting of tho board of man
agers of tho Sons of the Amcilcnn
Revolution held yesterday at the-of-
llco of Lylc A, Dickey, secretary, it
was voted to hnvo an entertainment
Snturdny evening, April 17, 100!), tho
etc of the ltllth anniversary of tho
ride of Paul Hovoro.
lloth tho Sons and Daughters ot
the American Revolution will Join In
this entertainment. Tho D. A. It., li
whoso Initiative the Joint celebration
N duo, wcro represented hy the re
gent, Mrs. W. W. Hall, and ngrced
to prepare tho program, nnd a com
mltteo ot the 8. A. It., consisting ot
Gerrlt P. Wilder, Judge s! Ilnlloti,
nnd G, II. Carter, was appointed to
m range for n plnce for the entertainment.
CASE OF iuHL CATARRH
PROMPTLY RELIEVED B PE-RO-i.
Q&'ff'fftlLL.' ' " y
I MR.J.CHERVUS PELLETlEn I
College. Hills: n 15500 property
lleach lot at Kaalawal, 100 ft.
frontage, area 1 acta
Ptiupuco Tract. Ilulldliig lot,
corner East Manna Iload nnd
Hlllsldo Ave., 17,000 so. ft....
Immigration Is the Issue ot first
importance. Settle that .early.
"may be advisable
If this paragraph of his messngo
wcro put in the form ot an unequlvn-l
-cal recommendation It would bo oue Paying off bonds Is one of tho
of tho best of the Administration best signs of industrial prosperity,
Hawaii's ship-subsidy hill steps to
tho front early In the session, Whcro
'bfi This combination principle might
well extend to tho present Ter
ritorial departments, by Joining tho h the money coming fiom?
Departments of Public Works nnd :
Public Lands under one head, and Think of HI That Hawaii, nflor
turning the waterworks over to tho.nli these years of pride in Its public
lcral governments, where they he- schools, should contemplato action
long. that will bar children till they aro
Kalmukl. 120,000 so. ft., 8 lots,
cleared and fenced. .Price 2C00
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
-laflrr uiiwrtiiTifcmTrQjrv -r.
Tuesday evening at tho Opera House
tho rui tain will rise on a clover
sketch, "Washington's Hlrthilny," to lie
given by the Dramatic Clrclu ot tho
Kllohanu Art League. This curtain
raiser, based on historical facts, and
written In thu spirit ot tho Colonial
times, will prove Instructive, ns well ns
Tho threo net comedy, "Pygniullon
nnd Gahit,ea," will follow. This play,
whllo almost primitive In its couco)h
tlon, h jet classed with tho foremost
comedies of the day, Thero Is strong
and rapid action from first to last, In
tcrspcised with humorous situations
that effectually lellovo tlio tension,
Tho cast havo been working haul to
mnko It a biicccsr!, nnd their efforts ro
ffect ciedlt upon tho Dramatic Clrrlo.
Tho box plan Is now open nt thu
Dcrgstiom Music Co. Tlckuts nro $1
and 75c, with a special ruto of 23 for
HOW MUCH did you
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A man will never act
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He may get $2CO. a
month, and spend It all;
and the fellow next
door, with a larger fam
ily, may get $150 and
save $25 every month.
Within a year the de
positor will have over
$300 In the bank, draw
ing Interest at 4Vj",.
In five years, he will
have $1683, $183 of this
being Interest, and
$1500 actually put In
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