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EVENING HUU'.ETIN, HONOLULU, T It, HllDAY, MAtlCH 26. 1!00.
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Wallace R. Piirrlrnjton, - - Editor
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in the Territory of Hawaii,
fi I Editorial Rooms, - 185
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Appointment "f Depot) Sliorirtx
should In- eiuloised l the Somite
There ought to be enough iif libit-
nnthioplc money In Hawaii nt tliu
present lime to endow a llrst-rlass
Jree 1 1 1 i a i
Even argument In'fnvur of annual
sessions of tho Legislature) van 1m
met In .giving mhlcd responsibility
to the Counties.
It iiiiih to urotest ngalnit a Ml-'
tional or International agreement ! tlve Hawaiian ma sain nunc l.uowl-
tluit shunt Haw-all outside the fain-'edge of practical iiKrieulture.
il of Mate and Territories. The llrsl response to this Is i low
- - r 'attempt at ridicule from oin Mho
The mecllng of the l'lnanee Com- obvlousl) disgraces the lluaul of Hc
mlitee this evening to hear nrgu- genu of the College of Hawaii and
incuts on the lliiuur question would i the gioplng legislator with the 11a
lie niiiih moiu valuable to the com-1 vvullan seeking more Information In
mimlt if It were marked by a plain I agriculture are told to "go i the
Mntemenl of both stiles
The first vletoty for the publl''
school children should be followed j
up wiiii umnner uir inu imuiic kliiiiimiq
teacheiH No American community
la saving mime) by taking dollars
uwny from thn public school sjstem.
Thanks lor the many compliments
offered the II u 1 I e I I n - s 1!09 In
dustrial lldltlon. A credit to this pa
lter, we feel that It Is a proper ex
pression of the progressive spirit of
Honolulu mid the Territory of Ha
waii, i i-i ,i.
Months ago there was much talk
In the papeiH of tho Harrlman lm
inutill) buths that saved him from
further trouble In the courts. He
Is now taking the leal baths to save
him, from that fate which even hts
money cannot protect him.
The threat that Congress will en-J
net ii Prohibition law for this Ter
illory Is Idle talk resulting from over
enthusiasm or lack of ability tp meet
arguments. The Territory of Hawaii
must work out Its own salvation by
fair play In temperance as In every
other public matter.
Tho I! u 1 1 e 1 1 n has- received a
r.,n,i,i,n lout Inn tri mi lis enrrwtmnil
ent -Sunda In which he says this I
paper misinterprets tho Sunday tes
tnurant provision of tho liquor law
intendment. Wo doubt this, but
will take tho time to look It up
ngnln. mid glo "Sunday's" letter in
n later Issue.
Annual sessions of the Legislature
nud no Increased trouble nud ex
pense? Why should It be assumed
that Hawaii can do what many States
in the Union luivo found Impossible?
The whole tendency has been toward
biennial sessions In mainland States,
mid there Is less need for annual ses
xIoiih In Hawaii slnco the Counties
Jiao taken over Mf many of the for
mer Territorial lesponslbllliies and
tdiould be given more.
You may always know in advance
what tho antl-anloon people will say.
And tho nntl-salooners tell you that
jou may bo certain of where tho liq
uor dealers stand. What tho plain,
average citizen Iiub to seok Is n fair
middle ground And tho measure
now before the Ilouso of Iteprosenta
llvn comes ns near this as anything
produced. This bill Is by no menus
the Mooio hill and If It bo accepted
liy the liquor men ns satisfactory,
they must be credited with having
made great concessions. All govern
ment Is a compromise and the peo
ple working In tho cause of real tcm
pcrnnco wilt not assume an Intolerant
ilttitude. If they do. It will split the
liquor situation wldo open and temper
unco' will suffer.
The Hoard of Health's decision to
draw a leprosy law of Its own Is
nlong the right line. What the Leg
islutuie mubt fully understand is
that fallnie to amend the present
law In a proper manner will lesult
In u deteimlued and certainly suc
cessful inoivmeut to put the sani
tary Management pf this Territory
in the hands of United States au
thorities. Tho only thing thut oper
ates today an u check on such a move
ment Is a feeling of pride that the
Territory is fully able to cm a for It
pelf. , Kcgtslntlvo icsults must bo
lurthconiliib or tho people will pock-
Entered lit the Pontoflice at ll-molulu
M tnotiil ilM nnttet
MARCH 20. 1009
ct tlii-li pilde ami go to the i ilernl
(loietnment There Is a stca.nl) n-
i teasing number muvlnced th ' Kcd-
eral iiintiul of tills question ih the
onlv piopei solution umler im clr-
KALEIOPU AND THE AGRICUL
A member of t tic Loglsla'urc of
Hawaii lias Intioduced a resolve that
epitomize m Idea or now the na
Chinaman" and there they Mill get
all the Information needed.
Mr Kalclopu talks so tuuih at
times that he often putH hlnikelf In
position to lie attacked Justly,
What he evidently seeks Is to get nt
some si heme by which the Informa
tion our specialists nud teaclieis nro
storing up may be disseminated
among the people where It Mill do
more good. It he has approached
his subject in a somewhat clumsy
manner, he Is no worse than many a
le-lslutlvo member from the agilcul-
. 1 districts, or tho city for that
matter, of the mainland, when the
a: rlcultiiral colleges were first start
ed, and science llrst became more
C.nerally npplled to agriculture
Mr. Kalelopu's Idea In this connec
tion Is well-meaning. Properly
worked out. It could bo developed
along lines that would be of Immense
benefit to the plain pcoplo of these
Islands, the native Hawallans joung
In hlsown peculiar way, Mr. Ka
lelopu is getting nt the scheme that
is carried out on tho mainland of
practical agricultural demonstrations
by experts on the grounds of the
farmer as well as the college or la
boratory. And If Kalclopu wants the Infor
mation compiled by the expects m be
'"'"I'1 "wallan, he Is at least
making the very good suggestion
though lie gets lit It In n roundabout
wii) that the men who tile work
ing In agriculture In tills Tenltor)
shall so direct their work and put
their conclusions nnd Miggcstluns In
such a fnim that It can bo under
stood nnd will help the people who
have to work for a living nnd gain
their sustenance from tho soil.
The whole trend of scientific work
In the Stated Is to populatlzo tho In
formation gained by tho Scientist
and spread It abroad among the peo
ple; the scientific workers go out to
the people as missionaries, ho to
speak, In the canto of better ciops
and a more Intelligent cultivation.
And If Kalclopu Is clumsy he Is still
100 per cent, moro deserving nnd
will do more for the cause of educa
tion than tho grouchy Individual who
responds to the man seeking for
knowledge: "Go to the Chinaman
and lenrn, you dough-head,"
If that expresses tho spirit of the
College of Agriculture orthe agricul
tural specialists of Federal and 'Ter
ritorial departments which, for
tunately, It does not thoso Institu
tions will get short shltt from tho
United States nnd gain little, confi
dence from the pcoplo of the Teirl
tory of Hawaii.
Kalelopu's demunds were directed
principally nt tho scientists of the
Hureau of Agriculture. He gets In
leturn a ulde-slap from tho College
of Agrlculturo thiough one of Its
That Is alniott human Intelligence.
On Wednesday, March 31, at 3 30
p m n meeting of nil tho members of
tho Woman's National Hhers ami Hai
jbors Congress, and of nil Inteirsted
in the Conservation movement will be
held at The Pleasanlon, corner of Pu
mihou street and Wilder nveuue Mrs.
W. F. Trear, Mrs. V. M. Swanzj, Mrs
W W. Hull, and Miss Minnie Heed
ANCHORED nt Honokna, the Nll
hau Is walling for the weallici to
clear up so she tun commence to
Till: V. (i. HAM. sailed )csturda
nftcrnuun for Kauai ports,
M I nillVIUIll IBM!
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
will buy a new, modern home
in Menoa Valley. Easy terms
POLICE COURT NEWS
In the Police Court this morning
Chailes Knhllllanl mum sentenced to
thirty days' inipilsoiiinent for using
profane language to ne neighbor. Cm-
tdta, a Poito Illeau woman, who Is
well known among the police circle.
was lined $5 for using Indecent lan
guage. Crusltn was a resident of lwl
lei district during the slockade period.
Wahllunl, who was ucntunreil to Im
prisonment on four occasions for lar
ceny, nppeared In Police Court again
this morning, charged with kteallug
chickens from the Walalae Itanch. He
sold the chickens for 12 50 and ummI
the coin for liulng Ihhizu to celebrate
his blrlhda) Judge Andrade found
him guilt) end sent him over to the
reef for one J ear.
The men. charged with being drunk,
were each fined necordlug to the
amount of booze they drank.
The funeral of the late Dr. Seteno
lllbhop will be held fioni. the Cen
tral I'nlou Church at :i:30 Sunday
afternoon. Among those who will
take part in the sei vices are Hev.
Dr. Scudder, Kev. Dr. O. II. (lullck.
and Hev. Mi. l.ono.
UNIONIST SERVING TIME New
Haven, Conn., March 11. I'liiuk F
McGcu of Worcester, Mass., nntlon.il
crganlzer of the moldcrs' union, today
began a sentence of one year for In
timidating nonunion men In n local
foundry during a recent utrlKc.
Alupail Stieet $SG.
Kaplolunl St. (Tor Adults Only)
Cor. Pllkol and Wilder Ave J3G.
Two bargains In MANOA VAI.UIY
EIGHT LOTS AT KAIMUKI
A Good Buy!
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
! Trent Trust Co., Ltd. I
lal iA.uwL-"itirj: mco,w:.
Speniier Holstclti of the House of
ItcpreHeiitntliiH is enthusiastically
In favor of an amendment of the
Orgnnl: Art which would permit of
mi annual session of the I.eglslntuie,
and he will do what he tan to secure
the adoption of the i evolution recent
ly lntioditu'd memorializing Con
grt'SH to make such an amendment.
The principal tcaion advanced by
the Speaker for taking the stnnd he
does Is that the bends of depart
ments, under the present sstem, lire
cntlreh too cocl, nnd pay no heed
to the wishes of the people as ex
pressed tiirough their legislators, but
It they had to answer onro a )enr to
those legislators for the conduct of
their respective olflces, they would
be cry liable to change their atti
tude and conduct their unices along
the lines laid down by tho lawmak
"The heads of depaitments don't
give a snap for the Lcglslatuic now,"
said the 'Speaker this morning. "So
long as It Is lu session they nte
hanging about the corridors lobbying
nnd they are as sweet us sugar. Hut
ns toon us the LeglBlnturo Adjourns,
they go right ahead In the old way
nnd pay no uttentlnu whatever to the
wishes of the members of the legis
"Tho reason for this is that n leg
islator ii rarely re-elected. In the'
present body there nro twelvo mem
bers who were heie two years ngo,
but this is n record. Knulho tins
broken all records by getting him
self elected to every Legislature since
lilOI. Hut there nro only threo mom
hers who were heie In 1903 Knulho,
It lee, nnd myself.
"If the heads of departments knew
that they were going to hnvo to an
swfer to the fcnme Representatives
nnd Senators at tho next session for
their conduct, they would-pay sotno
attention to the wishes of the Leg
islating Hut they flgnro that thero
will bo a dlffeient set of men heie
two years from now, fo ns soon iih
the Legislature adjourns they go
ahead in the old way and ubbolutcly
dlsrcgaid our wishes, throw our ics
olutlous In the waste basket, unit
laugh nt us.
"i:ery session there Is a big
claims appioprlatlon bill to be pass
ed simply because the department
heads have disregarded the express
ed wishes of the Legislature legnrcr
Ing economy. It will be the same
way this time. We may economize
nil we choose during the session, hut
ns soon as we go home they will
commence to run up bills for which
special uppiopiltttlnn will be made
'"Now, If we had a session every
car, ull this would' be changed nud
home heed would .be paid to our
"The Idea Is to have n thirty-day
session ccr ycuY. One year we
might handle the nppiopiliitlou bills
and the next attend to general leg
islation. That Is the way Congress
does. The appropriation bills aro
passed at the bhoit session anil gen
eral legislation tiansacted at the
long session. .
"it Is a mistake to suppose that
this system would bo much more ex
pensive than tho present one. About
the only additional expense would
bo mileage, and that has to bo paid
anyway If a special bosslon Is called.
Resides, the Teriltoiy does not pay
the mileage. That comes out uf the
IVdeial appropriation. The $100
salary would cover both sessions, for
It Is for two jenis anyway. If Con
giess wants to Increase' tho pay of tho
Legislators to tillltl. all right. Hut In
any cave, tho tegular biennial pay
would cmcr both icssloiu"
The Speaker cipiecsod Ih? convic
tion that the chief reason tho people
wi'to so eagei for couut nud munic
ipal government was Unit they believe
tlieii nITalis ought to bo attended to
oftener If thorp Is reason for con
stant meetings of tho Hoard of Supei
visois to look after the affairs of tho
counties, theie seems to be still gicat
er lenson for frequent meetlngi of
THURSDAY., APRIL 1ST
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Patterns of Linen, Mull, and Pique.
I The 11 it I let la's tndinltlil
' 4 dlllon for I'."'1.'. Issued Tliursdn)
was meeted with ver getu ml
and etilhuslartlc favor, mil orderu
i for special copies have been coin
' lug In steadily. The t puKiapli
leal appearnnro of the papei ami
the ihotouKh manner In which 'In
field Is covered nil come In for
m.iuv compliments fiom I lie sub
Hcrlbcrs of the paper and through
out tho dullness dlsTI-let or the
Thousands of these papers will
go out lu tho next mall to nil parts
of the mainland nnd to every pan
of the world wheio people are III
tercsted lu tho progress of I la
Copies may ho had for malllnt
nt the II u 1 1 ci t I n olllce or nil) or
the now standi nt Si) rents ench
thoso who attend to the nffalrs of the
Tin- Idea of an niinunl Fentlofi Is not
new. Governor Carter lu his leport
two vcars ago made n recommendation
for an annual session. The l'glsln
tuies of several of the States, Inclitd
lug those of New York, New Jersey,
Massachusetts and Rhode Island, nud
nlso Hint of Porto Rico meet eei
Governor Krear when nsked about
the matter this morning said that he
had not given it nuy special though)
He would he decidedly opposed to yeai
ly sessions of the legislature If tin
sessions wero to be of sixty days each,
and If Ihcy entail annual elections. A
thirty-day session with biennial elec
tions, however, might bo different
J. 1'. Morgan was lu ronferc e with
Sjienker Hnlsteln this morning over
the matter, and lliouth nt (list opposed
to tho Idea, was convinced by the
Speaker's arguments that the scheme
Is a good one, and will advocate It this
afternoon at the meeting of the Cham
her of Commerce, which has bt-eu
called for the purpose of discussing It
IN MUCH PILIKIA
Yesterday was a bad day for the
cableshlp Klaurcnco Ward. At nbou'
10 o'clock lu the morning sho stalled
for Midway with passengeis and sup
plies for the Inhabitants of Hint Island.
but she came back again to pick up the
She then started agniii for her des
tination, but wfien rounding Harbor'
Point, she broke her main boom and
Captain Piltz decided to leturn to Ho
nolulu again, arriving Inst night at
about 8 o'clock.
As soon ns her plllkla Is patched up,
she will sail again for Midway.
Tiy tho butter and cheese nt the
Mctiopolltau Meat Market. You can
not get better nn)wheie.
Rhlcrs will dispose of about twent)
embroidered diess patterns of linen,
mull and plquo at ki cully leduced
prlcoB, sale beginning next Thinsday,
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