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From San Francisco:
Nippon Maru March 2G
For San Francisco:
Hllonlnn March 23
Makuru .April 2
For Vancouver: '
Aornngl March 31
VOL. XI. NO. 4200.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS DISTRIBUTED
UP TO GOVERNOR
SENATE CONCURS IN AMENDMENTS MADE BY HOUSE SMITH
AND FAIRCHILD CROSS SWORDS IN DEBATE OFFICE
HOUR RESOLUTION GOES THROUGH
20th Day Morning Session
, Hut for the pnlllo verbal tilting
between President Smith nml Seim
lor l'nlrchlhl, when the education
lllll ciimc up, tills morning's session
of the upper chamber would hnvo
Iicpii very dull. Tho two Senators
managed tn enliven uiatterH u little,
however, anil Incidentally they suc
cessfully headed oft Senator Chilling
worth's motion lo have action on thn
lilll deferred. The Senuto (onenrieri
in thn House amendments.
Tho discussion started when tho
President injiiMuinccri that Senuto
lllll No. fit hnd coma hack from thn
House In an amended form. Tho
Clerk rcail tho amendments, nnd
then read the lilll through as amend-
McCarthy Jumped to his feci, and
moed "t lint tho Senate do not con
cur In the nmciidiiirnlH." llcforo a
wilo could he taken, Woods iimciideil
the motion to rend "do concur."
Then (Jhllllngworlh moved that nc-
On Way To Hawaii
"InimlgrnulH, Honolulu, twenty
seven adults, thirteen minors, left
Monti eal Saturday, leave Vancouver
Tho ahovo Ih tho text of a cable
gram recehed this morning hy Sec
letnry Mott-Smith from Agont Trc
nor of tho Territorial Hoard of Im
migration nt New York. It means
that tho population or Hawaii In ti
I.e. Increased hy folly In ahoitt ten
days, Tho Immigrants referred to
aie supposed to ho I'ortllguesa re
cruited from tho I'ortuguei-o settle
ment at New Hedford Massachusetts,
nnd are tho ones for whom ho cahlcd
for transportation two weeks ago
IS VERY ACTIVE
Tho publication hy tho Hullo
t I ti yesterday of an autborltatlvo
btatement on tho plans of Hawaiian
Commercial nwneiB put tho people
' We Rive yon the opportunity of having the world's
peatcst Tailors make your suit to your measure from cloth
you select yourself.
arc famous the world over for their stylish cut, their ex
clusive tastefulncss, and the fine quality of cloth that rocs
into them. Stop in, and sec some of them at
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t Ion ho deferred until ThurHdny.
Picslricnl Smith then turneil tho
Chair over to Senator Kalama and
took tho door. lie. if.'ild:
Smith Is Opposed
"I have not approved of thin hill
from tho Htnrt. I believe In it
Hoard of I-Mucntlnn. Hut I hellovo
Hint that Hoard should meot twlcu
a month Instead of twice a year,
"It Is Htated that tho Superintend
ent of Kdiieatlon linn wild thai wo
do nut need a Hoard of Kdiieatlon
that tho Hoard Ik Inactlvo and that
there la seldom a quorum present at
"If that ho the" enso, I nay thero la
something radically wiong. These
hoards, tho Hoard of I'dueatlon and
tho Hoard of lU.ilth, have hecn of
tho greatest hcncIH to tho Territory
In times past. Serving without pay,
tho public-spirited citizens who havo
composed them havo dono much for
HiIh Terrllorv In times of emergency.
"It la of the greatest Importance,
that thn Superintendent havo home
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light nnd also started a moro lively
bidding for tho stock.
Hy nn imidvcrtenco tho headline
of yesterday placed tho par valuo of
tho reissued stock at $20. per share.
Tho text of Mr. Cooke's statement,
1 owovcr, was Correct, tho figure ho
ing 125. per share.
Tho stock soul nt a sharp advanco
this morning nnd closed at JUT,, hid.
Mayor Molt and City Attorney go
to Saciamcnto to urge Oakland's wa
Founders' D.ij celebrated ut Stan
Dr. A. A. Atkins proves sulphured
f I ult Is hencflclal to human system.
Hlg land deal near Sacramento
made for new lumber railroad to
"Monto Hill" Mlllor, ono of tho
fow real (owpimchers, dies of pneu
monia. John Hutterfleld, founder of tho
overland mall route, dies In Utlca,
N. Y. '
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY,
HAS A DEEP SECRET
He Knows Who Is To Be
Second Judge But
Thu name of thn man who has heeli
selected to hold his hat under tho
plum tico and havo shaken into It thu
large, Juicy fruit of the second l'ndorn!
judgeship Is known to ex-flovornor
Oeorgo It, Carter.
Hut It In not known to the public,
Mr. Carter h.nlng eonsclenclous
scruples In regard to taking the pub
lic Into tho siinio confidence Into which
ho ban' taken his special cronies. "I
know who thu man Is," said tho ox
Excellency over thn phono thli noon
"but tho niiiuo w.ih given to am In
confidence, and If I vtero to mako It
public. I might not he told nnytlilng
more. So I can't say mi) thing nhout
Hut It Is known that tho man slated
for tho fat Ksltlon Is a Washington
official, and that ho Is not et nbro
lately sure of his job. In fact, he li so
precariously balanced on tho fence
that scimrnteH tho fact from the possi
bility that If nny serious objection Is
mndo at this end of tho line, ho m-iy
ut fall to land tlia coveted Job. Pos
sibly tills Is tho reason why Mirh great
(Continued on Pte 2)
SCHOOL CHILDREN AND TEACHERS
FIND SUPPORT FROM THE PEOPLE
ance At House Com
"Fifty dollars a mouth! How
much do )ou think you could save
on fifty dollnrs n month, Mr. Legis
lator? And how do you expect U-
to llvo on less than fifty dollars a
month, pay our hoard, dress neatly
so we will not lie marked down, pay
all our other expenses, nnd perhaps
save up enough out of tho munifi
cent halnry to tako a trip now and
then to thn Coast to get new ideal
1,0 we can tho hotter tench your chil
dren?" With such pertinent questions did
a woman last night brush aside nil
thn sophistries of thn financiers and
The best time to make vonr
The best way is to havo us
draw it up in proper lcp;al
form without charge.-
A Good Store Thrives on Good
A substitute,, for flillllngnnith't) dt
icct prlmnry hill wns introduced In
thu Sonata, this afternoon by n com
mittee consisting ot Senators Knudsen.
.McCarthy and Kalum-i. The commit
tee hail a consultation with Secro'"'-'
Mntt-Smlth, who volunteered new
Mens nhout tho election law. Tho
committee reisirted that It mid e...
bodied the Ideas contained In Senate ,
Hills Nor. r. 43 nml 7.1. and rceoni-
mended that It puss first reading, .far-'
lied and icfcrred to Printing Commit-)
Thero being no other husliiess on
the Clerk's desk, the Senato ndjourm-d
and thu various committees let I red to
their respective' apartments.
V. K. Anditiwa, who naIN for Porto
IIIco, nt tho end of tho month. Is In ,
town milking arrangements for his de
parture. Mr. Andrews for ye-irs was
ono of Hrowcr & Co.'h plantation men.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
politicians who would save money
for the Government hy cutting tho
pitiful salaries of tho public' school
teachers, and lay haro tho real wire,
upon which all their smooth Roner
alltlea and platitudes had actiid only
as an Irritant. "Fifty dollars n
month! Why, tho man who empties
tho gnrhngu boxes gets moro than
It was at thu public meeting of tho
lMucntlonal Cominlttco of tho House
of Representatives, called to dlscusa
the two questions of raising the
nchoot ugn limit and reducing the
salaries of thu school teachers,
Tho Throne-room was packed to
tho doors with the biggest crowd
that han been in it in two yenrs. Tho
bigger part of tho crowd was com
posed of women, thn school teach
ers at whoso expenso tho wlso legis
lators havo proposed to save money
for tho liovcrnment of ono of tho
richest and most prosperous com
munities In tho world. It seemed
Incredible to them that thu law-makers
could for a moment contemplate
such a pennywlse-pound-foollsh pro
ceeding, jet thoy hnrj been told
that this was tho proposition beforo
tho Legislature, and they gathered
thero to enter their protests, to
mako their pitiful plea for Justice
and fair treatment.
Many men prominent in educa
tional, financial, and business circles
spoko on thu subjects nt issue, all of
them opposing any such course, nut
For the Finest Meals in Town.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
j '"wiihw fifwifs nnvrP"?
Advertising In Honolulu It's the Bulletin
MARCH 23, 1009. 10 PAGES.
House and Senate Dannol
Agree On Pay Of
Tho determination of tho Soiiatu to
Include tho Mnyor'a appointees lo the
load department In thu list of those
In he paid according to tho provision!
of tho "Enabling Act," will, from pros
'out appearances, kill thu hill, and
leave both tho Mayor's and tho Sillier
vlora' npiKilntuua whistling for their
Thu first enabling net, In which thu
Senate tacked on nn amendment to
Includn the Major's appointees, wns
vetoed by thn flmcrnnr because of the
amendment. Thn Jlousr, which had
bad the amendment crammed down Its
inroai, vcjy cneerruiiy rally sustained
thn veto and paused a second enabling
Aet Although tho Seuato know very
well that thn Oovernnr would not ap
prove. It treated this hill as it had the
flrst, merely trying to dlsgulso Its In
tention by lidding lo the bill thu long
roll of emnlovees to benefit therefrom
Till list Included Fern's men.
Hut the HoiiKe detected thu colored
gentleman In thu woodpile, and Ihib
morning refused to swallow tho Son
(Continued on Page 2)
it remainod for. Mlsg Agnes .lu.ld.
ono of thn school teachers, to mako
tho real speech of tho ovouing. Thero
was no conscious oratory to ItT" She
had nothing to say about tho hlstuo
of education nurn thn Assyrians,
tho Orecks, or thu llnimiui. Sho did
n't propose any postulates In politi
cal economy or attempt any flights
of oratory. Sho simply put It to the
legislators bluntly "How much do
nii think you could savo, gcntlo
men, on fifty dollars a month?"
For two hnuTB nnd a half sho had
.sat thero listening to what thu otb-
lers had to say, and evidently her In-
Jdlgnntlon nt thn shabby trick It was
proposed to play the underpaid
school teachers was Increasing every
minute. Flnnlly bho (oiild contain
herself nn longer, and aroso in her
place, In tho hack of thn room and
, shot her words at thn committee like
"Bomo of iih are looking forward
to old nge," she said. "I am speak
ing now for tho rnnli and file, thn
Moachera who tiro getting from $fi
to SCO a month. I ask ou. gentlo-
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' PAPAYAS ! 1 !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
the best there is in the house, are
to be had from us promptly for a
small fee above the usual price. Bet
ter get the best there is.
SERVICE. PE0NB 301.
14 r h At Rig ft;
urr run- m nitiM;1
NEW -YORK. N Y Mnn.1i 9.7
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,son Kcrmit sailed today on board tlis
r ' iviuir9
wr. Kooscvclt was tnven a trcnicndoiis oiation nt the dock. Prcv- -,
tous to sailing-, Uic Italians of the citv nrcsonted him with t bronac tab
ct in commemoration of the service he had rendered in securing re
lief for the carthnuakc victims.
LONDON. Encland. March 23
dition under Lieut. Shackleton has s
SANTA r3. New Mexico. March
drawn his resignation in response to
BERKELEY, Calif., March 23. British Ambassador Bryre made -V
the Charter Day address at the Un.vcrsitv todAv Mr Ttrve.. b. ;. V
honored by the University, which conferred on him the decree of Doctor "1L
LOS ANGELES. Calif.. March 23. The halloonku in the nirO.t..
America arc safe. They have reached
Aiuumuiiij wunoui m.tiuus misunp,
HOUSE PAU WORK
IN TWENTY MINUTES
Twenty-Ninth Day Morning Session.
It took thu IIoiiku Just twenty min
utes this morning to finish up Its
work for thu morning and tnko a ie-
cess until 'i o'clock to iermlt It to
rest from Its arduous labors
For tho llrrt tlmo during thn sex
elon lo date there were no petltlonu
icports from stnndliig or special com
mittees, or npw hills when thu Ilou.
begun Us dallj grind. The mill, there
fore, hnd to shut down for lack o(
grlbt The principal events wero the
reading of thu inlnutea and the mom.
Another of the juiililiudlnnu com
. Men's Box Calf Blucher
Cambridpe last, single welt sole
One of the famous "All America"
T closed, added to the list of sub
HE BULLETIN Contest, just
scribcrs J 000 NEW names.
Any advertising patron of the 11 u I
1 e t i n is at liberty to come in and
verify this statement. Every mer
chant in Honolulu has this addition
al service of 5000 readers at his
disposal without extra expense.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Tv.Pm,i.l....t n,..ti i i.:.
MA.l-.IUVII, HWUdVkllb ,11,14 JIJ-ft
sicamcr Ifamburg for Atricn by
It i rennrted here tlmt the erne.
itit e-actt m leaciitnir tlte South
23. Governor flnn-v bu with. 3
Ift IT3 SL if B 8 W rY
a telegram from President Taft. M
n camp in the Sierra Madrc
mimical Inns ielailo t-i school mitleia,
all or which lire worried nllkc. and-?
which hiuo for n wcuk been flMOdhiiVlil
,1.- i, ... . ' . v
uiu iiui!e, win. rcceneu nun reierro'II
by the Bpcal.cr without being jeail In
tho Kducatlomil Comiulltc Tlilu ki4 ,
was from die t'lirlbtlan Kmlcivnr Ho-i
(lety. -I iion'i hie," ivmiirluid .Speak.
er llolsteln c.iUHllrnil, "why all tho
individual.! sending these Identical'?
(Continued on Pane 3)
THIRD OF MILLIOF
FEET OF LUMBER.
Yhe MntMin 'ul iii-m steamer Jly-
adea, nlitili nnlvni this iiftcrnoun4
and docked at the t'h iiiuel wlurf.
brought for tho Hulled .states Quar
termaster". Department here "Ij.VOIU
(eel of fumliir She also bioiiKlit 2500
tons of genet ul cirgo for ll-uioliilu
1051 FORT ST.
"The Place To
023 FORT STREET
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