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TRENOR MAINLAND IMMIGRANT?.
While the crltl'-x were et speak
ing, the representative of the Trril
tor la 1 Immigration llureuu In New
York tru competing nrrnngemenla
for the enlistment of Immigrants
from the mainland.
'" The cablegram from Mr Trenor it-
.Jjetvod this morning iindoiihtedly
moans that he has made some head-.11""1
way In the dllllcult task to which ho
The prospective success of Mr. Tro
tior In this Instant o. however, Khottld
no distract legislative and public at
tention from the need of the appio-
' Tirlntlon for opening the way for Im
migrants from European tenters.
The Trenor recruits have not )ct
'arrived, and when they do will not
'lie In sufficient numbers to meet the
demands of Industrial progress In the
' Tonltory. There Is also the posslbll. I
ity that the may suffer the fate of
I nil Italian shipment from New Or
leans made by plantation lntc:osts
, Fome years ugo. l'lfteen thousand
dollars whs expended to secure a
number or Italian Immigrants. Tho
,111011 and their families started out
well, but dropped by the wuysldo as!
htatlons at which the train stopped
offered attractions. The small ic
! mattilng company finally refused to
s go aboard tho stcimshlp Chlnn on
j 'which they wero to sail for tho Isl-
.nnds. The plantation Interests wero
, thus forced to charge a liberal Bum
The continued prosperity of theso
islands depends on the passage of the
measure providing inenns for thUi
Territory to solicit Immigrants in
J.uropu. Meanwhile Mr. Trenor may
Keep tho good work going on tho
THE NEW LIQUOR BILL.
Tint Senate Ways and Means Com
mltk'O In reporting amendments to
llpj liquor law In the form of a now
"-bill appears to have eliminated tho
uvll features of the Mooro Mil and put
before thu Legislature a mcusuru tak
ing from tho present law those- provi
sions that create absolutism.
The measure Is nil Important one
mid Is therefore slvcn In full. Let us
hope that the bill will stand searching
analysis and after such analysis will
lupresent a piciivr coinpiomlso that
can be accepted as an Improvement.
Hint thus htilke tho liipmr quest Inn
from tho list of matters before, tho
Legislature that furnish the basis of
HghtH, friction mid time-consuming
while nioro vital bills wait.
PERFECTING COUNTY SYSTEM.
' Thcio should bo no possibility of
t passing tho bill to dlvldo tho County
of Hawaii. Our legislators should
nlm to perfect what they have in
''' tho County lino beforo drawing nny
liner houndarlcj, .
" This Legislature should bo marked
liy etiaitmeuts Increasing tho rcspnn
' "Midlines not nn Incrcaso in tho
tv number of Counties.
il.. ,:..".. .,".'.. "J"... ." . "' .,
TJio bill turning over tho enro of
Z t'....n . i. .i . in mL i Counties of the Territory so ns to
Counties Is ono that should pass, Tho' ... ., , , . .
....!.. i .ii i i . . .i .irnnko them In each caso equal ,to
,, only dcslrablo amendment Is one that t . , ,i .
W,..m . t...t .i. .i.. . i,.'t''ose of the County Treasurers, was
iltory for local management,
Legislation of this character may '
i. but It
S result In tho Counties enjoy
V" money for road construction
Vwlll distribute tho financial burdens '" , '""" l "" ,0'." " ' " am ,u
ft In ii nioio practical and Just manner. ? K"'8' n,Ul ",e " l ,W" "ot boI1 "
IT i .i, it .in , , " . ' t ho manner spec tiled In Houso I
W 'I1..1 ! !?ub."C.?"J.B,?,.,,.or "'.'".No. IV. This bill, which was framed
i rci-mou no one o Pignni success in
' perfecting the local-government sys
S9 tern, which Republicans created.
JjClTY GOVERNMENT SETTLEMENT.
j Tho II ii 1 I o 1 1 n congratulates tho
j . members of tho city government on
"r linvltiir r.tfmliml nnpuiimiml nuululr.l
tl ........f. ...,. ., ,,,, .if,, ij:viii. lit unnitun
' llV lll rl, I, u l.c itlilnli II... ,...1.11..
tiv tlw. pnin tu lav wlilnti tin. i.iilillf.
f biiEliiess of tho city may proceed with
ijy nut tho technical play for place that
V In placing tho tcsponslblllty for
M the mlx-up, It easily falls on tho
shoulders of thn Manr nud coterlo of
f Democratic politicians who havo been
jv at his elbow fiirnlshtng suggestions
" for a rourso of action that might itu-
Wlirove llio Piuspeeis ot thu party,
WttlJKLY IlL'l.l.ll'l IN
ftr Sit Mm.tns ... . 01 ,m,
IV Vest iiiywhrfc lii t S . I.ott
Pi ru. i.jwhrTi in I armja t.Slii
I'ci War stiiid, rotetgt a.tHi
t nine J m th PnMoffict ( Honolulu
m knixiil cUm nutter,
MARCH 10. 1909
w liutPMT the fate of tlic public bus
iness The IU'iHiMlcnns placed on
the defensive, were forced to take
aillr.il steps to prevent their being i
ridden down and the government of
"c city practically assumed In toto
h' ,ne .Mayor. The held In check
I,ll' mnRt lnutifnl political dictator-
1lp, with all the line idlings for
'I'1' beginning of boss-rule In Honu-
tllIlt l'"u" "f lm.iglnod.
While this present scttlomcnt has
hecn reached among the ofllccrs of
the city nctlng under n most Incom
plete law. It Is expected that n Uo
puhllcnn Legislature will so amend
the Inw and perfect It as to make the
wn Tor the future clear. The people
may then confine themselves to tho
manner In which their representa
tives administer their affairs unlinm-
l'cd by befogging issues of rights
PAY FOR WORKMEN
Enabling Act Passes Its
Third" Reading In
Without a vestige, of opposition.
House Hill No. 98, "the cnnbllng
act,' as amended, passed its
ending In the Scnnto this morning.
When the hill was brought up. Sen
ator Coelho moved that It iass,' and,
without any discussion, the roll was
There was an unbroken lino of
"ayes" In response to tho roll call,
and President Smith announced thnt
the hill had passed its third reading
It now remains for tho IIouso to
'nppiove tho Senate's amendment to
I the bill, nfTer which, If tho Governor
nfllxci his signature, tho City mid
County employes whoso pay Is tied
up will Bland somo show of getting
Tho bill ,ns passed by the House,
provide. only for tho pamcnt of tho
men employed by the Hoard of Su
pervisors, thcro being no rcfcicnco
to the disputed appointments of tho
Mayor. It was tho general Impres
sion In the upper chamber thnt no
favoritism should bo Bhown nny po
litical party, and tho amendment In
tho bill resulted.
Auditor's Bond Raised
Semite Hill No. 77, raising tho
' bond of tho Auditor of tho City nud
! County of Honolulu from SHOOO to
1!Q,()00, passed second reading.
Tho Judiciary Committee, report
ing on tho hill, found that tho office
of Auditor Is Just as responsible ns
that of Treasurer, and thoroforo ap
piovcd tho plan to tnako his bond
Senato Hill No. 78, raising tho
!l"ffls of tho Auditors of tho other
"". y th. Ju1.cl.ry
,oimiM.ice, uuu pusseti us secuuu
.. .,,..' .... .
s receive authority
pot shops, machine
chiefly to permit the Supervisors to
pass ordinances regulating Japancso
boarding camps, provides that nny
Tenltorlal law contrary to such leg
islation ns tho Supervisors shall tin
dei take shall become null and void.
Too Broad in Scooe
llnidly had the reading of the hill
been completed when Mnkekau nnd
I C'li MlllindVL'i Hi tntiilinil ill (luitr fnpl
utmost simultaneously. Mnkekau gut
the Hour and objected to tho bill on
tho ground that tho Legislature had
no authority to delegate Its powers
I or the power to lepeal its laws, to
any other body.
Chlllliigwnrtli follmveil with the
nnnouncenieiit that ho had Intended
to raise the same objection as that
offered by Makeknu.
I'icsIUvut Smith gala thnt lie
You can save moncv by
buying a home. It's
cheaper than renting.
$3500. will buy n new
G-room home with best
, modern improvements
011 car line.
Trent "Trust Co.,
thought the provision relating to tho
tepeallng of all Jaws In ronlllct with
ordinances passed by tho Supervlsois
was entirely too sweeping, mid ex
pressed doubts concerning its legal
ity. The bill was finally referred to tho
Judiciary Committee for Inspection as
to Its legal aspects.
Senator Moore's liquor bill, exten
sively amended by the Judiciary Com
mlttee. enmo up for consideration. As
many important changes hnd been
mndc In the hill by the Committee,
Senator McCarthy moved that tho
amended copy be referred to tho
Printing Committee. Such wns tho
Coelho Introduced a bill amending
tho laws relating to the practice of
medicine nnd surgery In tho Terri
tory. It was referred to tho Printing
Senator Harvey Introduced a bill
amending tho law crcnting the City
and County of Honolulu. The bill
was bended over to tho Printing
Senator linker intioduccd his prom
ised hill, creating n tax of 2 cents
per share on nil stock transfers. It
went to the Printing Committee.
Senator Coclho's resolution calling
for the relief of a clerk In tho Judi
ciary Department, which wns unfa
vorably reported by the Judiciary
Committee, was brought up again.
Scnntur Coelho said that now Infor-
linatlon rcgnrdlug the case hnd enmo
to light, nnd asked that It bo recom
mitted. Senator Knudscti, chairman
of that committee, seconded tho mo
tion, saying that his committee want
ed to reconsider If further ovldonco
hnd como to hand. The bill was re
Scnnto lllll No. 02, relating' to tho
tight of sepulchre, passed its third
reading. Senator McCarthy said that
Jio had Information that many burial
caves, where tho bodies of Hnwnliaus
Completely furnished house on Wil
der Ave. for four months
Furnished Cottage, Kinpf St., Pa
waa Price $45.00
Furnished House at Peninsula.
Kalihi, near car line
IotlOOx 100 ...,
. Price $1900.
Building lots, Kaimuki, $200. and up,
Building lots, Manoa Valley, 1000
Beach property at Kaalawai.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MIIES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
have, been Inlericd, hnh been dene
crntvd by perrons In fritrcli of Milu
nlilen In ma uy cases, said he. val
uable knn colTlns hae been broken
open, the coutnuls srilttcred to llo
kliuls. .suit tho 'Wood used for manu
The hill passed unanimously.
The .linen I In Court bill camn up
for second reading. A tinornble to
porl from tho' Judlclar) Committee
accompanied It, hut ns there wai some
doubt loncernlng the inclining of tho
nfctlou relating to the appointment
of a probation officer, action on tho
bill was deferred until Hits after
noon. Senate Hill No, 82, providing Toi
mi appropriation to reimburse Lvl
I.) man for lands taken, passed sec
House Hill No." "0, making tertlll
cuIcr of Hawaiian birth receivable ns
prima facto evidence of the facts con
tained therein, passed third rending.
House Hill 37, relative to the crime
of abduction, passed second rending.
House Hill fll! went to the Judi
Tho following hills passed second
House Hill 18, district magistrates;
House Hill 47, tax complaints; Son
ate. Illll 78, County offlco bonds,
Houso Hill C.1, trlnl by Jury; Senate
Illll 77, City unci County bonds;
Houso Illll G2, corporation charters;
Senate Illll 7D, appeal by Territory;
Senate Hill 82, Lyman relief.
Tho following bills were referred
Scnnto Hill 81, medical Inspection;
Wnys mid Means; Scnnto Illll 83, ac
knowledgment of Instruments; Scn
nto Illll 84, Hawaiian Representative
Districts, to Hawaii delegation.
At 12 o'clock tho House took n re
cess until this nftcrnoon.
. Was Libeled
MANILA, P. I., March 9 Tedoro
Kalaw, editor of HI Hunaclnilcuto, has
been sentenced to nine months in
ilirtbld prison for libeling Commis
Mill BACK FROM
Tho Bile for the proixisfil 'io- light
house on Kauai has not been decided
on ns yel by Major 15. 12 VY.n!oiv
Lieutenant Commander .Mn,cu V. H.
N., Inspector or IlKhtlrm-c.i In this
district, said Hit morula,', that the
Kiikul, cnnvcUtig tho partv consisting
of (lovernor l-'renr. Mr. KiiiiJmii Maj
or Wlnslow and himself ni.tds .t ch
cult of the Island of Kai.al. Willi a
view of ascertaining tho ben sltfc for
a lighthouse. The Mnna met the KI
tauea points were both ovimlncd.
It Is presumed that Mann point will
be tho site selectee' as tho traiis-I'aclfle
steamers pass through the ehimuel of
Kumuknhl, between Knurl and Nil
linn, ns they go to and co.'io from tho
Tho Kiikul icttirncd fmni hero trip
(Continued from Poco )
incut among tho members or tho cab
inet that the action of tho majority of
them shall be binding upon all, mid In
no ea.e was this agreement violated
, Naturally, thoin nro times when dif
ferences of opinion regarding certain
mcasiiies mlso in tho cabinet. In
such caso tho matter Is carefully
threshed out and a final decision ar
rled at by vote. Whatever tho re
sult, nil the cabinet members mako It
their duty to sco that tho Houso acts
In accordance with this decision.
The good resulting from this simple
arrangement Is incalculable. In the
present House, us lu that of last ses
sion, there aro certain Irresponsible
erratic and poorly Informed member
who nro liable to Introduce nny kind nt
u fieak bill, which might bo rushed
through the IIouso by oratory rather
than logic wero It njt for the restrain
ing Influence or tho Speaker's cabinet
No meeting of tho cabinet has been
hob; thus far during tho present ses
sion, but tho first meeting will tako
place loumirow. when tho fnto of thn
llniioi-Mll legislation will bo decided.
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MERCHANTS WAKE UP
The Merchants' Asrorlatlon Js
A sp elnl in "Ming Is called for
loim-rnnv afternoon nt 3 o'clock 4
lu the looms of the Commercial -
Club to listen to Hapeilnlcndent
f Campbell's tall: on the city water
On Trldny nt 10 n. tit . n special
4 meeting Is culled In'llin .Vwicln f
f Hon rooms to heir the trpnrt tit
4 Hid Speelnl LcgWallve Commit-
too on tncrrliniiillfc llronrc.
tt t tt't
UNION JACK FROM
' CRUISER'S STERN
II. M. S. Cambrian, dipt. Vaughn
Lowed, It. N.. commanding, nrrlvcd
here shortly after 8 o'clock this morn
ing, nnd nt once docked nt the Naval
wharf. The cruiser catiio hero di
rectly from Christmas Island nml will
tako on board coal before continuing
on her way,
Tho Cambrian, built In 1893, Is a
protected cruiser of the second clat.3.
Her tonnage Is 43C0, length 320 feet,
beam 19 1-2 feet, and complement
nn February 0, sho left Auckland
for tho Cook Islnnds, arriving thcio
on tho 12th. Leaving thcro sho went
to Munahlki and 4laknhnnnga Islands,
thence to Peurhyn Island, thenco to
Christians Island, thenco to Fanning
Island, whence sho came direct to
Heshlo the Captain, the list of the
Cambrian's ofllccrs Is ns fullnws:
Lleuts. John L, l'earson, Illchntd
T. Down, Kenneth Mncleod, Cllvo
I'luseut, Hug. Lieut. Win. J. Deans,
Chaplain Itcv. Frcnces E, Sutchllffc,
II. A. Staff Paymaster Frcdk. M.
Mitchell, Surgeon John Hourdns, Sub.
Lieut. Howard C. Wovolcombe Hcnyes,
Asst. Paymaster Herbert O. Cava
nnugh, Ounncr Josoph W. I'nscoe,
Torpedo dinner John Wilkes, Hoat
swnln Joseph C. House, Carpenter
Thos. J. Vospcr, Artlf. Kng. Win. T.
Ex-Oovornor Ocorgo It. Carter this
noon add reused tho Commercial Club
In tho club-rooms In tho McCnndless
building. Ills address wns descript
ive ot what ho had seen while travel
ing nbroad. In Cuba, ho said, soma
four hundred cmplojcs of tho custom
houso mid postolllco wero discharged
Immediately after tho change of gov
ernment took place. This was after
Governor Mngoon had left tho placo
for tho United States.
Ho also told ot Important Institu
tions which ho visited while nway.
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juaren iu, jyua.
TcmpcrnturcH 0 a. in., G5; 8 a.m.,
67; 10 n. in., 09; noon, 71; morning
Hnromotor, 8 a. m 30.04; absoluto
humidity, 8 n. m n.431 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n.m..
75 per tent.; dew point, 8 a. in., ,9.
Wind fi n. in., velocity 10, direc
tion NE; 8 a. in., velocity in, direc
tion NE; 10 n. in., velocity 18, dl
lectlon NE; noon, velocity 12,-direction
Italnfall during 24 hours ended
S a. m., ,09 Inch.
Totnl wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 203 miles.
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Ilureau.
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Keinedy Pop Catarrh.
Chronic Catarrh Always Begins
With An Ordinary Cold.
So Says Dr. Harlman, tho Greatest
Living Authority On Ca
THi: first effector a i
cuing of the mticoi
cold In n tlilcli
miicotm mcialiranc.i of
tho iiononnd throat,
Thin RhM rlo to n dNchnrgn, or nt
lent a Fliinincof tho iian.ll tiinnnge.
Komotlmes fever aecninpsnlc the flrnl
attack, alno n feeling of languor, dull
11C1B and nchlng of the Ihiuc".
If no attention In paid ,oll thomuconii
congetlon In Halite to spread down Into
tho larynx, producing hciancncnn nnd
Into tho bronchial tube, producing n
Even when till occurs, msriy people
pay no attention to It.
Under such circumstances, tho con
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ducing n condition of tho inucom mem
branes known nn catarrh. Catarrh lauls
nn lndoflni to
Is essentially n
tlon and docs not leave except some
thing Isclono to relievo It.
Wliat should bo dono when a person
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Taken nt tho onset, 1'crun.i would
break up tho cold nnd prevent nil the ,
traluof symploma which usually follow.
Hut, even In cases where tho cold has
been neglected and hoarseness or n
cough has developed, 1'eruna can bo
relied upon to glvo pronip. nnd per
Tho frequency of coughs and colds In
tho winter makes l'cruna a popular rem
edy for theso ailments. .
A numberof the best pcoploof various
countries have glvon testimonials ns to
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rollowcd Dr. Ilartman's Advice
Restored to Health.
Mrs, SamuclloYlgnenii, Avro auDord,
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FOR COLDS AND CATARRH.
(.'. II. l'arlcrr, Ex-Warden of l'nmilon
l'o,, Qiii'Ijoc, I i a liven liiniir of KcoM.
town for nuumlior of j'eirs. ll l an
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