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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., ITltDAY, FED. 19, 1909.
AILY and WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii. '
HQj eiery day except Sunday. Weekly Issued on Tuesday of uck wwk.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESI.
Wallace R. Parrlnjjton, - Editor
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CIBCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Tl J Editorial Rooms, - 185
II) the annexation of Korea, Japan Proper training Tor country life
la Jumping its claim In the Held of In the public schools Is one of tho
manifest destiny. lending recommendations of the Bpo-
iclal commission appointed by I'resl-
The tariff congress to meet next dent Roosevelt to Investigate farm
month will settle the Industrial futo life. Why should not Hawaii lead
of Hawaii for twenty yenrs to come, off hy shaping the studies In the pub-
- He schools so that the children shall
lllg Ui-other Hill Tnft will not lecolvo thorough education In ngrl
know the limits of real Joy till ho) cultural pursuits from which the mn-
has held onto the rope In a Shrincr
The "slaps nt the tlovcrnor" thus
fur presented In the Legislature lire
tlear-ctit enough but don't appear to
Delny In nwardlng tlio Pearl Mm-
lior dock contract does not make less
certain the future speedy progioss
Honohflu capital should seek In
vestment abroad only when opportu
nities arc lacking nt home to help
If Hrothcr Alfonso can talk as fast. mnm,Keaue otlcg wcro t10 radical to.
at he Introduces bills, tho Cannon j tI1i.nitcnco men insistent on sad
Ilall from Kohnln Is duo to liae " uillng this Territory with prohibition,
hot competitor. Viig quieted the radicals who
, Iftntuied "local option," It was" pre-
Alen who wish to place their lnliii-sme(, ,hnt nt ,cast ono ,aw lmvnB
ence on tho side of progress will be ,() ,, w,tl Ul0 quor mi8,n(.8S wouIll
found supporting the Administration , . ,,..... nf .ilnrmluh
It Is a mighty dexterous manipu
lator who can use the liquor law ns
U IIIUICIIIIIK-UUK mm IvUCIl II II mil
coming back and hitting him In the
High-wage agitators still, Mmvo
hopes of getting their hands on the
2G-ccnt contribution from each labor
er to support luxurious Honolulu
Admiral Hob I2vuns has recently
stated that Japan Is preparing for
War with Russia. If Russia be ready,
it might require, no better excuse
than the annexation of Korea.
Whnt would Hooscvclt Bay of tlio He conclusion given during the cam
scheme to reduce the attendance of Ilgn that It Is better to Improve the
children In the public schools of Ha- administration under the prceont law
wall? Or does It make no dlffcronco' than to open up tho liquor question
now that Roosevelt Is so soon to ic -
tire from olllce'
Teach the children that they caul'111""1 than an Impiuvement
work In the agricultural fields with
out being coolie laborers, and two
great problems nro solved ono for
the man who must work and another
for tho employer.
Senator Coelho's Organic Act res
olution should result In some action,
and that speedily, for tho benefit of
Congress. Let tho voto bo taken early
In the session, and thus eliminate ono
tc.urcu of friction.
Hllo says Stipt. Campbell asked for "-lal oHlclnls are nfrald to touch
criticism on his building and ho got anything that savors of bringing Jap
if Mnu-thv wnnt thn luiiiillnc. and. "eo to nccount for alleged mlsde-
oiin i ii,a m.t rnnnriKnn tholmeanors Indirectly associated with
condition of tho Treasury,
likely to ho rewarded.
It has happened in legislative as
semblies that some of the enthusiasts
who would save monoy In other com
mittees than their own, consldor It
proper to pay ther own assistants ox.
oibltaut prices for Indifferent sorv
Ice. Tho man who shouts tho loudest
ana I list tho local government Is al
most Invariably one who wasted Ills
ballot by voting for "n good man, not
a partlzan" and thereby put olllier a
rascal or an Incompetent or botli In
The depositary hill should havo nn
easy way thiough tho Leglsluturo.
Thcro Is "no need for a long discussion
'to nrovo tho advantage of depositing,
public funds In the bonus instead of I An astonishing resolution was Intro
herding coin uselessly In tho Capitol 'duced by Kinney and adopted Hint the
rnniirvvniiii I Judiciary Committee bo Instructed to
" " '
uoprcseniauva ouingie may uu - Territory, "mid to piovldo a penalty
ponded upon to sco thiough tho resnjfnr such habit." The Houso seemed
lutlon for the Investigation of prlvnto'to take this ns a nutter of coiuse.
landings. This had n placo In tho Pol Allowance.
Renubllcnn plntform of two years Nnk.ileka offered a resolution io!s
llepuuiicnn piauorm oi e 1ig tlio pol allowance of tho lepers In
ago but was lost In tho legislative SeltIunlQIIt ,,, 2r, lium,s ',, ()f.
snume. i.anuing cuiuki-h uiwum...
with transportation, mean inucu
the future of Hnwull. -
Entered at llie To'tatTice at Honolulu
m npionil cta m titer.
FEBRUARY -tO, 1900
Jcrlty must gain their HWng If they
remain In Hawaii'
LIQUOR LAW ADMINISTRATION.
If the amendment of the liquor
l.-w lutiodiiicd by Senator Mooro
comet from the liquor Interests of
the city, the action Is surprising.
According to all outward appear
ances, the liquor dealers lime been
very well satisfied with tlio general
character of the present laws for reg
ulating the liquor trnfllc. During the
I campaign and the period when plat
i forms were being framed, the tin-
, . . .. .,--
trial. Hitherto the peoplo hnve hard
ly become adjusted to a law boforo
it was changed.
The liquor problem Is a difficult
, ,1M, Tl.r nf.. nn ,ln,llif.
. wtll-tll0 I)re8Cnt ,uw. llt
they are largely tho result of nrbl-
i irnry nets or individual commission-
cis matters of personality which
I cannot he Improved by law.
I Illicit liquor business has also un
doubtedly gained considerable head
way In tho County of Kauai, for In
stance, where tlio commissioners, by
a Bvstem not contemplated in tho law,
wiped out the retail liquor business.
No law, particularly a liquor law,
has been found perfect. '
The Bulletin hag yet to cliango
," "img P"i mo present i.egisi.t
iture a bitter contest moie lluely In
'icMilt In a more unsatisfactory con-
The apparent Indifference of the
Attorney General's Department to tho
threats of tho Japanese lilgh-wago ag
itators is very hard to understand.
According to ono explanation, the
Territorial department of Justlco se
cures its Interpretations of Incendi
ary articles from a translator having
nn Indirect Interest with tho aglta
tors. Another holds tliut tho Terrl
tlio main industry.
Hoth, Vltlier or neither, explana
tion might be correct. It Is very ex
traordinary, however, that a band of
men admittedly associating them
selves for tho purpose of agitation,
should he allowed to proceed unhin
dered In making tho most incendiary
threats against oven their fellow ics-
Is It the plan to watt until tho
threatening words have become acts
and the cost Is counted In bloodshed
and loss of property? That Is tho
logical end of what Is going on, Judg
cd from previous history In tho Isl
LEGISLATORS MAKE SURE
Continued from Pass 1)
(hey shall havo attained tho ngo of
An Astounding Bill.
draft a bill prohibiting the salo of fish
'and ment openly In tho markets of the
foroi) nuutlicr resolution providing Hint
iur u i500 appropriation ho mado to pro
vldo freo-transportation to tho settle.
A splendid, well
equipped home in Pu
nnhou Section of the
Trent Trust Co.,
ment for freight consigned to the lep
A Ratty Meaiure.
A ratty resolution was uuun-u r
Alfonso. Ho nanlcd 110.000 appropri
ated for tho extermination or rats in
Hllo. and 1700 for Improvements,
Hoard of Health. Hllo. Knlelopu
though this was n matter for the Mil
itary Committee, but the Sicnker did
not think the members of that com
mittee could shoot straight eiiongn to
lilts the rnts. and passed the resell!
tlon over to tho Health Committee
Another Alfonso resolution provides
for $7000 appropriation for the pay of
salaries of a Hoard of Health for Hllo.
Another Is to appropriate $2400 for the
salary of Hllo court officers.
Kinney Introduced n resolution pro
viding for a 10800 appropriation Tor a
teacher's cottage, schoolroom addition,
repairs, etc.. at Knaloa, Oaliu.
One Little Dill.
Walwnlolo .Introduced a little bill to
amend Act 108 of tho Session I.avvg of
1907. Passed first read) lug by title.
Nnvvahlnu proposed a resolution to
appropriate $35,000 for tho Improve
ment of the walltiKii-Kaiiuiui water
works, Walluku, Mnul.
A resolution to insert In the appro
priation bill the Hiim of $500 for re
pairs to the Mokulau landing ut Kail
no. Maul, was proposed by Kawankoa.
lllhlo Introduced a resolution pro
viding for tho nppropilatton of $15,000
for a sewer sjBtem In Lahaliia.
The First Petition.
A petition signed by citizens of
South Hllo was presented unking for
.!, n..,.,i,plntlnt, txt finnAn f.- 1 1,..
.....!.. f .. i. ...-.I I r
luimu lltliuu m tl iiwiiirDli-uil iw.ui iit.iiii
tho makal end of tho Knivvlkl home.
steads to tlio upper end of (ho home
Not a dissenting voice wns raised
when Houso Hill No, 1, for expenses,
wns put on Its passago on third read
ing, livery members said "Aye," and
said It enthusiastically mid firmly. It
College Hills: a $5500 pioperty
Reach lot at Kaalawal, 100 ft,
fiontago, area 1 acre
Puupueo Trct. llulldlng lot,
corner l'ast Manoa Itoad and
Hillside Ave, 17,000 sq. ft....
Kulmukl. 120,000 sq. ft., 8 lots,
cleared and fenced. .Prlco $2000
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
IIIU H r r,u ihhiiwii w, .-, .u, ,liv,,in ,,,,, , ,.,1,1,.,, 1.- I.-., l,...,l
.M.i..-' i iiViittiW'riiJfcJaB, MAjm.,.,
House Joint Hesolullun No. 1. pio
vitllng for tlio appointment of mi ex
pert commission to examine Into tho
matter of private wharves- and land-
'Ings, passed Its second reading. Tho
.father of the resolution, ltobcrt Shin
gle, wns In his seat, surrounded by n
'largo smile and tho blush of -n new
j House Joint Resolution No. 2, call
ing for the npiKilntmcnt of n commis
sion to examine Into tho fruit mid veg
etable industry and recommend mens
lines for assisting mid development of
I the soma waguput on Its Ihlrd reading
i mid passed iin-inlmously.
I House Resolve 23.
; Cohen asked for the reconsldenntlon
I of Hoiiso Resolution 2.1, for tho pur
jposo of making nn amendment This
ls the resolution Introduced yesterday
. by Cohen calling upon the Governor to
furnish the Legislature with certain
Information ns to public lands not per
j momently nllcnnted.
I Reconsideration wns allowed, and
Cohen offered nny amendment to the
effect that, tho Governor get his Infor-i
; minion llirougli official sources Instead
of from tho sugar planters.
I Sheldon offered another nmendment
to have the Commissioner of Public
I.nuds made the one called upon to
supply tho Information Instead of tho
Governor. Cohen's amendment was
Senate Concurrent Resolution minor-
Honing tho Federal $30,000 iiiinroml.i.
tlon, one-third to tho Senate mid two-
thirds to tho House, came down from
the Scnato and was passed by tho
Consideration nf the Governor's
Message No. 3. relative to Hie re I in
hurscment of tlio lepers of Kalawao
ror tho land taken by the Federal Gov
ernment for the erection of tho lepro
sarium wns taken up, mid tlio bill mak
ing tlio appropriation passed Its second
At 10:25 the House had finished mi
nil tho business before It, mid u lecess
until 2 o clock was taken,
(Continued from Vase 1)
Delegate of this Territory Iff Con
gress, n request that said bill be not
further acted upon until certified cup
leu of this icsoliitlon can bo delivered
to them respectively In Washington."
Picture Show Invitation
A communication rrom tlio Hawaii
Promotion Committee, inviting tho
President and members of tho Sen
ate to be present ut n motion plctuio
exhibition to be given In the Hotel
Young roof gnidcn, was ordorcd filed.
An Invitation from the College
Club to be present at tho tubercu
losis conference this1 ovcnlng, was
read and ordered Hied. President
Smith inndo a brlof talk, commend
ing the work of the organization In
Senator Coellio gave tho first Inti
mation that somo of tho Governor's
recess appointments may bo objected
to, when ho introduced a resolution,
with the lommont: "Wo nro called
iirxm to confirm tho appointment of
a public official who has been bub-
I K VX-U l" ""O""- "I" 1-IIHl.lOlU llll
"r """-- " ".in." iiu nun mimiii'u
applications from citizens for public
lands. I thercforo believe that this
Senate should not only Iinvo a clinnco
to examine all applications for public
lends which huve been received with
in the past four years, but also all
correspondence, connected With tho
Tho resolution follows:
"Resolved. That tho Commissioner
of Public Lands bo mid ho is heicby
requested to forthwith send to tho
Senate n full list of all applications
filed lii'lils office within tho past four
jenis, whether tho sumo were mado
by Individuals or corporations, stat
ing those grunted and those not
gi anted, and giving reasons for not
granting tho same, relative to public
"I Hither Resolved, That ho submit
with said list copies of nil correspond
ence rolatlvo.to them, together with
the Governors Instructions concern
ing tho same."
Content Over Resolution
Coelho's motion to havo the reso
lution adopted was amended by
Qui tin, to that It might bo referred
to the Judiciary Committee, Piesldout
Smith having called attention to the
fact that tho great volume of tone
spondence, which must havo nccuniu
Irted In tho Land Offico during tho
past four yearB, would Bivnmp tho
Coellio must havo had an under
standing with soma of tho Senators,
however, for when the innttcr wns
vbb put to n vote, tho "nycs" unci
'noes' seemed nbout evenly divided,
Piesldent Smith then called for u
standing vote, with no better success,
thoro being seven for having tho res
olutlou refenod to tho cnmmlttco and
seven in favor of having It acted upon
then and theie. Tho President then
called for u roll-call and, ns ho cast
the deildlng vote, tlio. resolution was
lefened, the voto standing g to 7.
$8000 School House.
linker'' wanted a concrcto school
house for South Kona, so ho offered tho
"ne It resolved by tho Scnato of tho
Teriltnry of Hawaii, that tho sum of
$8000 bo Inserted In tho loan bill, or
OUR SUPPLIES OF
New Idea Patterns,
FOR FEBRUARY ARE NOW HERE.
In the iippioprl.illun bill, for the con
striictlon of n concicto, four-loom
tchool Iioubo for Nnpoopoo."
Two thousand dollars a room evi
dently seemed n little high In prlco.
for with gleo tho Senators icferred the
resolution to the Committee on Kducn-
Concurrent Resolution Tabled.
Concurrent Resolution No, 1, to havo
n Joint committee of tho Houfu and
Senate appointed to consider the es
tablishment of sepcrnto biitvnus of con
veyances for tho different counlles did
not meet v.lth fnvor. The Jiullpl-try
Committee, tit which tho resolution bad
been lefened, lepotled In f.ivtir or h-iv.
Ifig it tabled, nnd, after u little d -null-oi
y discussion, tho U'CnmincudatlMi
was carried out i
An Invitation fiom Director Petrlo
of the I'loinl Pnrado Committee, null
fgylng tho President mid members of
tho Senate that seats find been re
served for them In tho reviewing stand
for parade day, nnd requesting their
presence, was rend nnd ordered filed.
The president Instructed tho clerk to
wrlto a letter to Mr Petric, thanking
him for the Invitation. (
Senate Hill No, 4, Introduced hv Sen
ator Coellio, to provide for biennial re
ports from tho Supeivlsors nf the va
rious counties to Iho Lcglslatiue, was
Icferred to tho Judicial y Committee.
Senate Hill No. (i, Introduced li Sen
ator Coellio, and dealing with tlio In
come tax, was referred to tho W.ijs
nnd Means Committee.
Senate Hill No. 7, giving guardians,
trustees, executoru nnd co forth, tho
right to Include tho piemlums on their
bonds as part of the lawful charges
ngaliiBt their trusts was referred to
the Judiciary Committee,
Direct Primary Law,
Scnato Illll No. 8, Senator Chilling
wortlr's "Direct Primary" bill, was ic
ferred to tho Judiciary Committee.
Senate Hill No. 14, relating to the
payment of the salaries of city mid
county cmplovees, wns refened to tho
Semite; Illll No. Ill, Intiodiiecd bv
Senator Coellio, piohlbltlng tho tak
ing of fish In Hawaiian wuleis by nn
but citizens of the United Stntes, was
referred to tho Judiciary Committee.
Senate Illll No. 17, providing that all
persons emplojed In the government
I'crvlco of tlio Territory, or 4 nny conn
ty or rlty, must bo Ainnrlenn citizens,
was refened to tho 011(1101.10- Commit
lee. Hill No. 23, repealing Chapter 81 of
uie iteviseii i.uvvh or Hawaii, was ic
ferred to Iho Health. Committee, mil
24, relating to the treatment of lepeis,
wns given tho same treatment.
Illll 25, limiting the officials empow
ered to grant marriage licenses, was
referred to iho Judiciary I'ommlUeo.
Illll No. 20, lepcallng the old- l'iw
regulating tho section or the Territory
wlthlfl wlilclr pol can bo made, was re
ferred to tho Health Committee.
Hill No. 27, niuiv'ldlng tho license
laws of the Teirltory. was rrfoned to
tlio Ways and Means Committee.4.
Senator KnudKon's bill No, 33, pro
vldlng Hint parties having cases before
tho Supiemo Cotut may deiniiid n hear
ing bofoio all of Iho Justices Iheieof
was referred to tho Judiciary Commit
Copies Legal Evidence.
Illll No. .31. Introduced by Senator
Knudscn, making cei tilled tonics of
orchlvcH receivable ns evidence, wns
leferred to tho Judiciary Committee.
Senator Mooic's bill, No 38. ucmpt
Ing fiom taxation nil leal nnd pcisnnal
properly used soldi In tho cultivation
of cotton, for n peilod of fo years J
wns leieireil to uie Wuja and Means
A icccks was taken until 2 o'clock
SENTENCE OF STA'iTON
SET FOR WEDNESDAY
John Stnyton, Iho postofflco cmployo
who plo.ukd guilty to Iho charge of
opening null passing thiough his
hands, wau not sentenced today, ns ho
was to havo been. At the lequest of
his attorneys Judgo Dolo postponed
sentence until next Weduesduy morn
ing nt 10 o'clock,
K. Yokagnwn, who jestorday plead
ed guilty to tho charge of pi luting In
decent Ilternturo, wns sentenced to p.i)
a lino of $100 and costH.
Tho trial of Rosenberg for recelv
Ing stolen propel ty wna lomimed. Unit
ed Statos District Attorney HreckotiK
nnd former detective Reeves weio two
of tho principal witnesses of tho 11101 n
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