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UVENIMQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T J!., FRIDAY, KEH. M, 1909.
HIGH IN IIILII TOWN
$1500 An Acre Asked
Seventh Day Aftnrnoon Settlon.
Hllu seems to be enjoying a lltiu real
estate boom. Judging frmn KcaUwu.i -t
estimate of the vali'o of land In that
ralubrlou district or perhaps his In
tent was to start a boom He Inlro- j
duced a resolution to nppropi union
$15,000 to purchase 10 acres of land in
South Hllo for u cemetery. Tho
Houto smiled jiloud until some mem
bers suddenl thought that Kcahinuu'it
Idea was to use tho towualte ot Hllo
ns a burial place for the dead Instead
or the living
Wm. Savldgo. cU"k of the Senate.
In a communication read to the House,
announced the adoption b the upper
bod of House Concuiient Hesoiiiiiou
Senate lllll 39, which had passed
third leading In tho Senate, was traus
milled to the House. This Is tho em
Ineiit domain bill lntioduced by Sell'
In icsponse to House Resolution 70,
Instructing him forthwith to Install the
engine and derrick for the liana land
Ink, Superintendent Marston Campbell
addressed a communication tu the
House, which was read by llio clerk
Mr. Camibell stated thut It was (minis
bible for him to comply with Ihe reso
lution as thero is oni) an available,
balance of $35 In the appropriation loi
Maul landings, an umouiit eutlrel in
adequate for tho purpose. It would lie
necussarj for tho legislature to make
i-u nppioprlatlou first.
To Dlvldo Commissions
The loudly ejpreirsed Idea of the
Kuual legislators that they ought to
have due representation on the Hoard
of lMucalluii Is the cause of a bill In
troduced by Ulce, hearing tile Innocent
title "To amend Section lkfi, 187 and
1t3 of the "Revised Laws relating to
the Department 'of education." The
provision-: of the bill give each of tho
blx rcprotentatlve districts of tho Ter
ritory ono commissioner, to serve for
two years. No person In holy orders
or a minister of religion Bhall be ollg
Ible us a commissioner All commis
sioners shall servo without pay, though
their actual raveling, expenses shall I
bo paid. At leust one- meeting shall be
held in Honolulu in' the months of
August, Not ember, Kebnuiy and May
Tho Committee on Publ(c Expendi
tures and Account sat on Kinney'!'
scheme to fdrnlsh the members of the
House wltji free newspapers. It re
ported that to secure thirty copies of
the six publications named in the rcao
lutloli would cost $100.50 n month, or
over $200 for tho balance of the bcs
bIoii. The precedent established woubl"
necessitate-further the subscribing to
tfiu, various English and Hawaiian
newspapers of Hawaii, Maul: an I
Kauai, with 'a further im&stautlal ex
pense. In. vlow of tho nt-cesslty' for
tee. to be jimlfjeil., and It was recoiu
nlied, I ho OlnenUtiiru of ! these
amounts did hot seem to the committee-
to be Jnstlflgod, end it -was recom
Nuctidcd that tho resolution bu tabled.
1110 fcporl was adopted.
Tho special appropriation bill, Ko.
24, for the payment ot certain claims
was reported back by tho I-Induce
Committee wth curtain minor amend
ments and thq recommendation that
It pass ns amended. The committee's
report wns adopted, earthing the bill
through second reacting.
Fight It Coming.
It. la tin to tho House to deride
whether $1-50 U onor&li pay for a lub-
orijr in tho employ of tho Tenltory or
County, or whether the man who shov
els dlrl on tho government roads ought
to get $2. Plenty plllkla h In Bight.
The Miscellaneous Committee Wed
nesday reported favorably on Naku
leka'a bill to' set the flguio ut $1.50.
But Muniahu, one member of tho com
mittee, .refused to concur in this re
pbrt, unJ yesterday mibinlttcd a minor
ity report lo strike out the words "one
dollar ahd fifty cents," and substitute
the words "two dollars."
Castro, seeing sudden troublo brew
ing, movid to put consideration of tho
conflicting reports out a day, und the
' Affonso went ngainBt the enemy
villi a resolution und got humped, Hit.
lesolutlnp provided that tho Health
und Police Committee bo Instructed to
Investigate tho possibility of locating
Mid obtaining ceitiatery sites for the
interment of tho poor In tho City and
. Couuty'of Honolulu, and the town of
lUlo, Hawaii, und thut tho said com
mittee report to this House u' as e.nly
a dato ft may bo what locations and
kites uro available and amiable for
Hiich purpofes, and thut said commit
tee bu empowered to consult with tin
proper heads of departments In order
to carry out the intention of this reso
Sheldon wanted to know If this
meant that tho committee should go
to Hllo. The Speaker didn't know and
referred Sheldon to tho originator of
the resolution Affonso was evasive
but thought perhaps the llllo tilp
might not be nocessary, Castro, how
ever, .could see no way out of the
Junket, so he moved to tablo tho reso
lution This, In t-plto of Alfonso's pro
tests, was ilonc.
The Judiciary Committee submlttea
Its first hatch of reports. WalwaloIe'.i
II II 37. to harmonltu the taxation,
ciliicatlonnl and Judicial districts, In
the opinion of the committee. Involved
a question of so much general Import
ance to the members that it ought to
be contddcicd by all of them, as their
looperallon would bo necessary. Tho
tomtnlttce, therefore recommended
that Ihe House refer (he bill to tho
Committee of the Whole This was
Sheldon's bill authorizing the a
slgnment by the Courts of counsel to
defend poor pilsonerB accused of fel
ony, and the pament of a fee of not
more than $100 for such sen Ices, ap
peared a good measure to tho Judlcl-
nry Committee, but they thought the
,noncr 0UKnt , eomo 011t of , full(ll
allowed to tho circuit wherein the oc
casion arises. With this aruendni3.i
the committee recommended ihat tin.
bill pass. Tho report was adopted.
Makekau's House lllll 27, to rcduco
the price of tho Kevlsed Laws to $,',
the Judiciary Committee considered a
financial rather a logal measure, and
In its report pissou" the buck to tho
Finance Committee The House allowed-this.
The Judiciary Committee mado a
favorable reKrt on Long's bill, II. I).
37, relating to Inheritance from ille
gitimate persons. The report wuj
adopted, canning the bill through sec-
I A New Rule.
The Utiles Committee icported on
Shingle's Resolution, No. G3, recom
mending tho Insertion of a new rule to
prevent tho printing of duplicate bills.
The committee recommended that n
new section be added to tho rules to
cover the point, providing that whci
two or moru bills nre introduced cov
ering thi! same subject, only the first
shall be translated and printed. Adopt
ed. Second Reading.
The following bills passed second
reading mid went tu committee's:
II. I). 60, Makokau, creating district
courts of tax appeal Judiciary Com
mittee. II. 11. C7, .Makekau. relating to laun
dries Health und Police Committee.
II. 1). G8, .Makekau, relating to laun
dries ,ctc. Health and Police Com
mittee. Semite lllll 7, McCarthy, rtspcctln
premiums paid by cxectitois, admin
istrators, etc., came down from thi
upper house and was read tho first
THE DRINKING HABIT
We are honestly desltous of curing
all who are addicted to drink, and If
you are Interested In any ono needing
Orrlnc we Invite jou tp write us. Our
correspondence Is conOderittal and our
replies are sent In plain sealed envel
opes. Oirlne No. 1, Is the secret treat
ment and fia. 2, for those who with
tho voluntary treatment. $1 per box.
On Ihe Is sold on an absolute guaran
tee to effect n euro or money will be
refunded. v,TIie Orrlne, Company,
vusnuBton,.Dy.u, . TJio vwading drug
klstsendorso -Orrlne,' Sold by Honolu
lu. Drug Cat Kdrt street! . ,
- . --y-r, .-V,-I.v.v,
, ,i .n '- '.
. ' tContirluU'from ?i 1)
' Ho(itfu'llin No. 44, chuhgln'g tho
date Of meeting of the Maul Uoaid
of Supervisors, was referred to tho
Wharf Commission ,
House Joint Resolution No, 1, au
thorizing ihe uovcrnor to appoint a
commission of three members to ex
amine lio private whdt-vcs und docks
of tho Territory, ascertain the wharf
ago charges mridc, and to report, on
the udvlsablllty of tegulatlng the
charges, or the acquiring of the prop
erties by the Territory, passed Its
Senator Knudscn introduced a res
otuallon, calling upon ,1110 Treasurer
to' prepare n delinquent tax' list, to
gether with leasons for not having
collected ovcidue taxes, and present
it to the Sennte.
Tho resolution was amended bo na
to rail upon the Treasurer to present
tho delinquent tax list, and report,
to the Senato within ono week's time.
Senate 1)111 N'o. 44, amending the
law relative to tho appointment af
Commissioners of Fences so as to
make It conform to the provisions of
the Organic Act, was favorably re-,
ported by Chulrmun Knudscn of the
Ko Bail Commissioners
Senate till No. 47, Coolho's bill
providing for the appointment ot ball
commissioners for the several judicial
circuits of Hawaii, came n for un
favorable report from the Judiciary
Committee. Chairman Knudscn ex
pressed the opinion that the appoint
ment of ball commissioners would
only complicate matters, and that the
pfesent arrangement, leaving such
nmtters In tho hands of the court, had
been found eminently satisfactory.
Ho therefore recommended that tho
bill not become a law.
Cool ho moved that tho bill pass
third reading. There being no bcc
ond to the motion, Senator Knud-
son's motion that the report of the,
committee be accepted, und that ac
tlon on the bill be Indefinitely post
poned, prevailed, Coelho ulono voted
"no" on the motion.
At 11:40 o'clock tho Senate took a
reiess until 2 o'clock this afternoon.
ONLY ROUTINE AT
Senate Finds Little To
Stir Up Any
Seventh Day Afternoon 8estlon.
When the Senate reconvened at 2
o'clock yesterday Clork Savldgo read
n communication from Clerk Wood'
ward of the House Iniormlng the mem
bers of the 8ennte that Houso bills
Nos. 11, 12 and -14 had passed third
leading In the House.
House bill No. 12 provides for the
I'ntcrtnlntncnt nnd expenses of such
Senators and mombors of tho Houso of
Representatives of the United Stutes
and other distinguished persons ns
may visit liuwnll prior to Juno 30.
1911, as tho guests of the Territory
House Dili 11 makes s6clal appro
priation for tho purpose of nssistlng
Hawaii's exhibit nt the Alaska-Yukon-I'uclllc
Houso lllll 44. amends Act 10S of
tho S. I., of 1907, relative to county
affairs ol Maul. All the abovo bills
passed first leading in tho Senate and
were referred to vatlous committees
Drown, for the Printing Committee
reported that Senate bill 49, rcl-itlng
to an appropriation for .current ex
penses for tho biennial year, ending
1911, had boon prlntid und was ready
for distribution. Kalrchllds announced
that the Comtnttteo on Way and
Means would consider tho hilt item
Kuudsm, under suspension of tho
rules, spoke on Senate 1)111 41, relating
to tho Court of I.aud Registration. He
stated that tho bill Is a good one, in
that It gives authority to tho Chief
Justice to designate any of the Cir
cuit Judges to uct as Judge of the
t.nud lterlstrutlon Court.
linker Introduced a, hill providing for
I' hydrogiaplilc survey office for (he
district of Konss mid Knu. Passed
(Continued from Pica 0
that the hlU bu In Jel'.nltoly postponed,
"It is not right," ho said, "that this
kill should puss, for sly persons will
thoil coino befdre 'tho court and say
that tliey aro broke pml vyaqt tho Ter
ritory to pay their hwyer's.- Suppose
a hundred such perJins should como
before the coiirt ut one term; where
would we bo then There would havo
to be another unpaid bills bill nt tho
next bcsslon of the legislature.
"Attorneys who aie licensed to prac
tlco In the courts ought to be glad to
help the government lor nothing. They
havo to p-iy only a very small fee 'to
be allowed to practl.-e, und It Is only
right that they shouid help tho Gov
ernment out to tho extent of defend
ing lKior persons, for nothing."
Coney begged to 'differ "Wo must
havd COnndeuco In our court's; the bill
niakcs.lt discretionary vvWhcrr not
frf'ee'bo phlll. There will' be no moie
persons 'coming Into tho'.-iourta an 1
asKlngpo favd 6our.sel appointed to
ritfml'pietiit'ihah lliere uro now., I
Ihlnkjttiu )fll Jnight to pass."
ft"StfrtB hnrdlv 'in Im exnecteil that
Uouthltt would agree with Knnlho. Ho
didn't. Ilo contepdod that only u ce
l(iln timount Is allowed each circuit
court, and when that Is gono, no moro
can bo obtained. So tho judges would
buvc to be careful how they spent It.
Nellhei did the lawyer agrco with
the' gentleman from Kohatti that jaw
ycru blight to bo glad to help tho gov
ernment for nothing, just because lie
holds a license, -As welt expect a
druggist to assist tho government grat
is. A lawyer's stock In trado Is what
Is In his head, and It costB him real
money to get It there. He thought
thut when a lawyer had to devuto a
week, or two or tlueo weeks to the
defense of a person licensed ut crime,
he ought to got his pay for It.
nice asked It there is uny provision
In-tho Federal statutes for tho pay
ment of defending attorneys. Douthltt
admitted thOie Is none.
"Then," said nice. "If a rich Gov
ernment like that ot tho United State
cunnot afford to pay lawyera for de
tending poor prisoners, I do not boo
how tho Territory of Hawaii cun."
Sheldon was sorry to differ from
IiIb colleagues' from Hawaii, but he fell
obliged to call nttertlon to the fact
that must of tho Stales have a Btatuto
such as tho ono proposed In his liU..
"The main thing Is to get It on tho
statutes," ho said. (Sheldon Is a law
yer.) It wbb an awful hardship for u
lawyer tp havo to woik for nothlig.
Why, oven n hunched dollars would
bo mighty poor pay for appearing In
Kaulho tried agiln. The main
troublo vvllh tho bill, ho said, was that
there was nothing In Its wording tu
make It dlscretlonuiy with the judg-i
whether tho lawyer should bo puld or
Sheldon pointed out that the word
discretion had not been correctly
"Then." Bald Kanllio, "It's tho fault
of the Printing Committee und they
ought to be fired "
"Vou'ru out of order," ruled tho
Sheldon Insisted on his right of hav
ing the last say, becauso he was the
father of tho bill and ho got tho floor
over the piotcids ol Affdo-o, who
wauled to talk, himself.
Kalelopu wanted to defer action,
but the motion was lost. So Kalelopu
dd a little talking himself He start
ed In 33 years back and tntked up to
tho present, reachln? tho final conclu
sion that It was afUr all a question
of money. And ho couldn't sco whcio
the money was coming from.
The trcvlous qucrtlon was moved
and the bill put to rote. Tbo result
stood 17 to 12 In favor of the passago
of tho bill.
Kalmukl Water Supply.
In response to resolution 71, asking
Information regarding tho Pahoa wat
er works, Superintendent Campbell
submitted a roply In which he stntcjl
that the purchaso price ot the- water
works wns $75,000, the appropriation
made by tho Legislature In 1903 being
of that amount, Tho total nmount of
the appropriation has been expended.
Ot the appropriation ot $50,412.45 for
replacing nnd extending, $12,29f09 has
been expended. There arc now 207
permits In for Kalmukl district and 45
In Palolo The total realizations per
annum amount to $4291.50.
Tho Public Lands Committee report
ed on several ot the resolutions for
Bpcclal appropriations, recommending
that they bo laid on tho tablo to bu
consltlcicd with the impropriation bill.
Recommendations to this effect were
made regarding Huddy's resolution
No. 4G, to appropriate, $10,000 for u
wharf and shed nt IlHiialcl; resolution
45, by Carley, $10,000 for a court houso
and jail nt Pala, Maul; resolution 43,
Carley, to appropriate $100,000 for it
water system In Kula, Maul. Resolu
tion 14, Carley, tu appropriate $2500
for a court houso In Kula. Maul.
License Fishing Boats.
The Finance Committee reported
back House 1)111 22, Introduced by Cor
rca, to Impose a license fee Of $5 each
on boats engaged tu tho fishing busi
ness. Tho committee recommended the
passage of the measure, nnd the re
port was adopted.
Tho Finance Committee nlso recom
mended the passago of Kawcwehl.'s
bill, II. I) 38, with some amendments.
This Is tho bill to alter the existing
merchandise license to make the fco
proportionate to the gross receipts ot
the business. As amended' It provides
that a business receiving for the year
I rlor to July 1 gross receipts less than
$25,000 shall pay a fee of $25; where
tho receipts ate over $25,000 and less
than $50,000 the fee shall bo $50, and
-If the gross receipts total more than
$50,000, the fee shall be $100.
The committee recommended that a
paragraph bo added to the bill, provid
ing that "any person who shall sell
toods, wares uor mercjiandlso without
a license under this Act, or who, hold
ing such llconso, shall sell any article
not permitted by such license, shall be
guilty of u misdemeanor thereof and
shall be lined. In u sum not exceeding
$100." ,', '
, Tho nduptlon of the committee's re
pot t curried the hill through second
Castro'b bllt, H. 11. 54, providing for
Inventories of government assets, was
lcconimtnded for passago by tho Pub
He Kxpendltured "Committee, wuo
lound mrich merit In the measure. Tho
"It Is a businesslike policy for the
govjornmeiit of this "Territory to take
steps to have alvVtiyYavaliablo an In
ventory of th'o property belonging to
it, thQ vnluo-.of whjclijti the aggregato
Is considerable and wnicn comprises
a large amoutn of property nt present
In the hands of tho officials of the va
rious cqunttes. Through tho'systemat-
Ic filing at Inventories by tho hcuds of
the various department!) specified in
the Bill, the Territorial officials re
sponsible for the property vyMl be kept
better Informed of the amount of such
property for which they nre respons
ible and wilt at the samo time bo able
to advise tho various county authori
ties or the misuse oi such properties
should tho same be shown to have
taken place through a comparison ot
tho Inventory lists,
"In the samo way tho Inventorlng
of trio propertied of the various Coun
ty departments wilt allow it careful
record to bo kept us to tho caro and
disposition of county property, while
tho aggregn(e yalue of hucIi properties
will bo an Important addition to tho
total value of tho property contained
within each ot the counties, a total
upon vrhlch tho bopdlug capacity of tho
County Is based." i
Tho Health and Pollco Committee
eported an Sheldon's resolution, No.
G7, to appropriate $2500 for a jail at
Walmoa, Kuual, recommending that It
bo laid on tho table to be considered
with the appropriation bill.
Douthltt Introduced a bill to amend
Sectlon,2554 of tho Revised Laws pro
viding for voting ut meetings of cor
porations. Maul Bell Road,
Kawaakoa had n little resolution to
impropriate $50,000 for the completou
of tho belt road from Kcanao to liana,
Maul. Also another for $500 for a new
jail at Keanao, and u third for tho
payment of expenses of removing The
Kaupo school house to the proposed
Cohen Introduced u resolution to np
ropilate $75,000 fo' Improving and
icpalrlug tho Judiciary building.
Tho special appropriations bill foi
tho payment of certain claims against
tho Territory, Introduced by the Fi
nance Committee, came up for ts final
DE KEPUT HOME
Conclusion of Conference
On January 25 and 2fi, nt the call
of President Roosevelt, n conference
on the care of dependent children wns
held In Washington. The President
nrcslded at the sessions nnd tho
matter was fully discussed. Govern
or Frear has received a printed copy
of a letter to the President from tho
conference, embodying tho conclu
sions reachd. Following nre the syl
labi of the conference resolutions:
1 Home Care: Children of wor
thy parents or deserving mothers
should, as a rule, be kept with their
parents at home.
2 Preventive Work: Society
should endeavor to eradicate causes
bf dependency like disease nnd to
substitute compensation nnd Iiibui
nnco for relief.
3 Home-Finding: Homeless and
neglected children, If normal, should
bo cared for In families, when prac
ticable. 4 Cottago System: Institutions
should be on the cottago plan with
small units, ns far as possible.
5 Incorporation: Agencies caring
tor dependent children should bo In
corporated, on approval of a suttablo
C State Inspection: The Stnto
should Inspect tho work of all ngeu-
clc3 which care for dependent chil
7 Inspection of Kducatlonal
Work: Kducatlonal work ot institu
tions and agencies caring for de
pendent children should be supervis
ed by State educational authorities.
8 Facts und Records: Completo
histories of dependent children and
their parents should bo recorded for
guldanco of child-curing agencies.
9 Physical Care: Every needy
child should receive the best medical
and surgical attention, nnd be In
structed in health and hjtlenc.
10 Co-operation: Local , child
caring agencies should co-opcrnto
and establish Joint buicnus of Infor
mation. 11 Undesirable cgtslatlon: Pro
hibitive legislation against transfer
of dependent children between States
should ho repealed.
12 Permanent Organization: A
permanent organization for work
along the linen of these resolutions Is
13 Federal Children's Durban:
Establishment of a redernl Chil
dren's Uureau Is desirable, and en
actment of pending bill 'Is earnestly
14 Suggest special message to
Congress favoring Federal Children's
Ilureau and other legislation npply
In gabovo principles to District of Co
lumbia and other Federal territory.
reading. Tho bill wns read In full nnd
und passed as read, by unanimous
Money for Roads.
Kalclnpu's bill, II. I). 29, providing
that when he deem It udvlsablu the
Commissioner ot Public Lands may,
with tho approval or tho Governor, set
nsldd from the proceeds ot tho sales,
ot public lands opened for settlement
tt BumNiot less than 50 per cent of the
purchaso price to be used for tho con
struction ot roads through and from
the lands, passed Its llna reading with
out uny dissenting vote, and goes to
tho Senate for action.
. Long's bill, No. 3C, relating to In
horltanco from illccltlmato persons,
was taken up on third reading and
passed unanimously. The bill pro
vides that It an illegitimate person
bhall die' Intestate, without leaving
lawful Issue, or a widow, his estate
Bhall descend to his mother, but If ho
leaves a widow she shall tako half and
Ms mother tho other half. If the moth
ur Is not living but the widow Is, thu
latter shall tako half and his brotlicis
and sisters the rest, tho children of
any deceased brothet or sister Inherit
Ing by right of representation. In de
fault ot surviving brother or elttors
or their Issue, ono lnlf shall go to the
brothers and sisters of his mother, or
in tho default of them, to the next of
kin, Thu whole, lu tho event thut ho
leave no widow, shall go to tho next
At present the estate of an Illegiti
mate poison dyng Intestate escheats
to tho Territory.
Houso 1)111 5G, Kalelopu relating to
foreclosure ot Insanitary property for
lien, referred to Judiciary Cuiumlttoo.
House 1)111 7, Affonso, to encourage
tho cultivation of fruit and vegetables
iind provide for transportation of same
from this Toirllory to tho mainland ot
tho United States Agricultural Com
mittee II, I). 57, Kalelopu, to keep prison
ers from being used lu load woi It Po
Houso Dill G3, Douthltt. to umend
the lawa relating to trial by Jury Ju
dicial y Committee.
II. I), G5, Moanaiill, to provide for
Indeterminate sentences for certain
felonies Judiciary Committee.
6UR REGULAR ANNUAL
Sale of Skirts
Begins on Monday, March 1st
The sale will include many bargains in
White Silk, White Voile, Black Silk,
and many FANCY nnd PLAIN CLOTHS.
, -- - - - . I I 'I HI M I i
New Lot of
Dining Room Sets
EAKLY ENGLISH FINISH
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
lloiinn lllll 70. Klnncv making ccr-
llflculoBof Huwallnn birth prima facbi Hint tho very men with whom ho It
evidence of the fnds therein contained trying to keep up with will probably
Judiciary Committee. ifnde out of the inco before ten inllea
II. I). CO, Kami, recullug eleven ure covered. Is not for n niumcnt ion
section of thu Kevlsed lMn relating sldercd. All the joungstcr tlilnl.B ot
to garnishment Judiciary Committee, u t() try nnd keep with the bunth.
II. I). 39, Kama, repealing eight scc- Perhaps tho boy wins the race
tUrns of the Hovls'd Laws relating to imt nt what n coat! Ho lins strained
garnishment Judiciary Committee. mcry nerve In his young body, his
H. 1). 40 Iluddv. to provide for tlio IC I(rCp )iaB ,j00 m0ro work than ll
legislation or voters creating tliojBO w,n Btaml fur without Ill-effects
(Irent Iteglsler Judiciary Committee. ,n nfter yearBi
Issuanco of certificates of Hawaiian '
n. ij. u, mueiopu, iuiui.iik hi mi-
birth Judiciary Committee.
II. I). G2, Douthltt, relating to the
granting of charters of Incorporation
I'lnrtnco Commltti e.
II. II. 55, KnlHlopu, relating to vac
cination Health nnd Pollco Commit
tee. II. I), fifl, nice, relating to bonds of
S. I) 35, Moore, to encourngo dlers-
I fled Industries Finance Committee
At 10 n'elnck ilil.i mornliiL- rtowrnor
Krenr signed Act 3, Houye lllll 33, even when engaged ror n mile raco
mnking special nppiopilatloiiH to pay uhould trnlu hard for the event,
the lcpeis of Kalawao fin the land1 I.ong-dtst,uiro walking Is not so
which was taken by tho Kcdcinl Oov limiuful, although care should ho
eminent ns n bile for the leprosarium.' taken Hint joungsteiH do not overdo
A communication from Secietary Mott- u. Tho temptation to keep going
Smith was lead Infoimiug tho Ilouto mitll one rails down exhausted Is
that the hill Is now u law. vcry Krent. Mabe tho lud Is lepie-
" "" ' Isentlng somo school orcollcge, nml
One of the greatest dangers that u ,Hi(cs It n charge of honor to keep
ynung athlete can run into without
thinking Is thnt or overtaxing Ills
hunt In long-dlslnnce running. Once
I unner gcnernlly Imagines that he Is
going much slower than he leally Is.
He ut once puts on steam und endenv.
on to keep pace with the faster moil
who are passing h in every minute
He forgets nil his trainer words of
wisdom and abandons the carefully
High - Class
To Order. Cut, Style and Workmanship
Equal to the Best on the Mainland
L. B. Kerr
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
thought-out llmo schedule.
,,. nmnv ..ihloten hno d ed
fiinimil itlinnt 40 piirs of aire fioiil
'heart fnilurc! If n lnnu Is matlliu
In years before lie tackles long-dlh-tnnce
running, and then only after
slrlcL training, the huriil done doei
not amount to bo much.
For n south to tucklo a 2r-mllu
run Is simply suicidal. Tho Ill-effects
may nut be felt till after )c-i"
bur felt they surely will he.
llujH should content theniselvo.4
with much shorter dlstaiues, and
Biiig ns long us he possibly can. All
tint fH ,ittlte nntural. but the boy'H
patents should put their veto on long
omancc competition Tor Immature
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