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nVRNMSO nUU.BTIS. HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, MAR. 2T. 1909.
KELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
HOW TO PROTECT
FLOWEfcO ON HATS,
COOKERY HINTS THAT
ARE WORTH KNOWING.
It linn, been tho habit of (1r woman
traveler l(i li.iBte. nr oven tuck, her
.lnil last to the Inside of the llil of lii-r
'"hatbnx, thus suspending It tlpldo
down during tho Journc: It la, Indued,
m tftioil tt ilovloo to pruvent the need
Ices crushing iif tliu flowers uud frills
Hint It In ftcnmmciirtcd In I lie slny-at-luiunm
at well na tho traveler.
' Since the h.iMlng process cannot bo
grappled with dull), thbro Ih suggest
ed n moro pcrniuiicni lid arrangement.
Two liro.ul white lapti lire fastened
nctoss llm Inside (if tliu lid mid
'through It Willi brass ilvcfs. The mi
iilcr ldc of llui lint Ih placed ngillist
thu lid, with ItN brim slipped beneath
the Iiiis-m, ulilch huld It In phicu.
The hut box niiatigeniotit Is n limit
nrresaary line fur the ihirrul net and
tillh-hnK the loose, puVctl crowns of I
which liccnnio llatlcnoil liy their own
weight when pinfeed In thu lux In the
GOINQ AWAY SHOWER
.inn now Hip going away shower is
pel Imps tho favnitlo uf nil bridal on
IcrtiilnmcntH. The IlitPil shower has
loifg Ik in n popular fniiPtlnii, although,
lio It said, there are many brides who
ptefcr to cried their own Jlnen mi the
Never mix n Kicncli dressing until
ready fur use. Tho vinegar unit nil
lloll six tipiieh kcruals In a quart of
milk to bo used for cuntnrd. It will
Imptuvo the flavor.
Remove smoke stnlns front Ivory by
Immersing It In henzliiu mid going
over It with n brush.
A Rood rook iidds..n tc.iHxionful of
sugar to uarh quart nf water In which
corn, pons kiiuiisIi, etc., 'are cooked.
(Imel, when piopcrly propitroil.
hIkiiiIiI he hut little thicker than cream
mid should ho nbsoliituly free from
Tnko tlmo to, put the blacking pot
out of the way In ItK ncustomud place,
for thereby v;lll a pioh.ihlo smutting
Cut BheetH of tinfoil anil place under
the fliiwir vano dollies mid )ou wilt
hae no trouble with any ilnmpncxii
affecting the heat polished furniture.
ARE NOT WANTED
Chamber of Commerce
ADVEKIISINQ WILL BE
HANDLED BY C0A1M1T1EE
Bank Deposit Bill Is Approved Jap
anese Training Fleet Will Be
Entertained Here by
of Couimcrru without n e luiirt confer
eucu with each ami all of the hank
liiMnhcr of tliu chamber who mlKht
,1 I' Cooke opposed IiIh fititcii
tlon Huld lie.
"When we linvo money to loan,
vc glvo It to tiio hank that will pay
us the bout Interest I do not sec
why the funilH of the Territory
should not he handled In tho name
manner that private business Is trnn.
acted. I favor the Tcrrltor) Retting
ns high a rate of Interest for Ha
money ns possible "
K. D. Tenney supported Mr. Cooke,
sajlng that, ns tho Territory nlwos
called for tenders when It made pur
chases, he was unable to fee why It
should not do the same when It Unit
money to put out.
The question of providing somo
entertainment for the Japanese
training squadron, Boon to urrlvu
here, wns referred to the Untertnln-
inent Committee with instructions to
MOTOR CAR APRON
THE LATEST THING,
H Ih nil Kngllshmau who Iuih ovulv-
im the minor iipioii. Ho npiireclnted
At ii .bower natural! ), la.y n K()W1 tM ,.,., ,,,,,,
l In motoring because Hie long eoata
odd articles and uum-itched designs i
..... , wuuliUlIp up.ut In ficmt According
or in going away miowot niMr.i- y ,, ,M ,s roils w lib nn apron,
prlale ulfls mo ulllllv cases, rc.iit-tlii !.,,,, r , wlm, lll,lt111, mu, llllInB
lug rowing on fll, collapsible drinking , ,,at ,lMjniKl.hl,H u , Bllll,y
rups. sponge-bags, vanity eases, rub-1 ,,, H,1K a m11Iiro ueo of ma(e.
mi unci, miii-L i-uvn, i-.mii) Minnie, ..... .,.,. mm-,., nrln.l frimi III..
iiianleuro outllts, hand iiiIikiwh, tooth
brush holders, dress and (oat liutigors,
it combing J.iekd. a 1 1 ill- of hcdionm
yllpppis, a Hunt kimono, hair a dozen
wjhh cloths, n little IviiiIiip onr.o for
Mi.ip and a night diesa ciso.
I'-icb girl might furnish one article,
ami It wo.ild make not thu idlghte' t
illfteienee whether nn two ni.itchi'd.
TO REPAIR CROOKED SHADES.
When roller eurl-ilns Invnil-ihly pull
fiiun Hie i oiler or roll crooked, It U
liM.uise tin hip not piopprl hung.
1. 1 ft Ilio small tacks wTth a sharp
lie r.iipful to krep them, fqr they
ire er?shnrt and will not dilvo Into
the Hpli.il ruitnln perfectly own. To i tal.lt. ,,,, nw ,, lllla.r
gii II so, I ilil oer tin- lop one lite li.
,iul the nvp'iiP(l edge with Iho phi--tnlii
((Ik'ii anil crease In tho Oiiosllp
i ml. then cut with a klrirji penkulfp.
'Ibis Insures a etralKht edge.
Tin a o.cr1 a ouu-elghth edge at th
bottom qnllu to tho waist Hue. It Is
held III pl.ico li) menus of sirups
which fnHen about the neck mid one
ucioss llui waist line. They aru worn
Jiy men, as well as women.
MANUAL TRAINING A3 PLAY.
As (hlldieu xrow older the playroom
iboul.l (hauge Its lone.
It may bo fltleil up na a woikshop
One bench and set of tools are auffl
dual for two or tliri? children.
Modern aiilhoiltlcs on pedagogy nro
ugiocd that manual training Is thu
most nimble Of tho e-ipri salons for
Clila no leva than boys might to be
top, or nso a ery soft braid to coriv
the law edge, . t
'Ibis rtrenglhcus the ciirlaln, and It
will not pull fiom the toller.
TO PREVENT WASTE.
When mii wish to know the exact
amount of material required for a gir
meii' procuro sample and . width of
lnatc lal fiom clerk, tliun usu news
impeii! the exart width of material (If
ningle width), place pattern on pipor,
being i.uro tn lememher which Is up
nud down of goods. Use unoiigh news
.V'lpur for whole gnnueat and then
measure exact ninoimt lequheil. A
10011 plan whtuxpeiibivu material is
to bo used.
A few moro Inexpensive toola mas
be added to give the clillilien u chanc
to do some tlmpln things In metal mid
I'l tho binding of book.
The other half may bo fitted up ns
a gymnasium with a horse," baia and
KEROSENE FLOOR MOP.
Pome people llnd it eminently satis
factory to wipe the polished llooro
over with n cloth dampened ever so
little wllli keioseno. The oil gathers
llm dust moro leadlly mid leaves tliu
floors In n blighter condition tjian If
the iliy mop ahmo Is used.
MANTLE DUST CLEANS JEWELS.
When tho patent gauzellku mantles
used on tho gas Jets to Increase Ihu
Illuminating power break, do not
throw them away, but carefully keep
all tho charttllke substance in a 'tin box
it win inxn time, probably, to accumu
late an amount worth while, but when
one does, use It ns tho very choicest
of Jewelry polishes.
HOW TO BROWN ALMONDS.
Halted almonds may bu delicately
browned In the oven without thu addi
tion of either butter or ollvo oil.
There la so much, natural oil In tho
almonds that If they are dusted with
sa't whin hot, ennut.li of It will stick
to them to make, them palatnble.
TO MAKE FRENCH TOAST.
When unking Kronen toast din tho
i bllres of b-e-id Into tho egg ami milk
boiten tiiRcthor. . i-i'tcail of In each
Tll ilj IK, Hi, I !., filtm.t noil.. nP
The woman who wanla to dioss well delicious ami I!,.. n.-ne,.UM .,r ,i,i
...t ...... i-. .ii i a .ii i ' "in
""" ' "7U "" "I'nieraio allow- v.. .1 li.- pt.li Ider.iblj thin lened.
iiiicii iiiiiii. iiiinin- ii wcii-.uoiiueii plan,
fa'ho thoiild Hist lake account of the
plPi.clit in Helps In her WHiilrobu uud
thin ili'ddo on what hbe will need In
The Chamber of Commerce wants
no niiiiual sessions of the Legisla
ture. At a special meeting, called
jesterday afternoon, tho body put
the seal of Its disapproval on tho
scheme In no moderate terms, A
icsolutlon, Introduied by Chnlrmau
J. 1'. Cooke of tho Legislative Com
mittee, condemning the yearly ses
sion plan, was adopted by unani
Immediately after the meeting had
been called to older, l'lesldeut Mor
gan explained that (hero were some
reports from tho Legislative Com
mltteo to bo heard.
Chairman Cooke got right down
to business. Ho explained that a
resolution wns In the Legislature,
memorializing Congress to amend tho
Oiganlo Art ro as to enable the Ter
ritorial lawmakers to convene once
i year Instead of oiuu In two years.
Ho then read the following resolu
tion, drawn up by his committee:
"WlicreiiB, It has been proposed
Hint nn amendment be made to the
Organic Act so as to provide that the
regular sessions of tho Legislature
shall ho held annually instead of
"Whereas, It is the opinion of tho
tnemheia of the Chamber of Com
merce, that such advantage might
nccruo from annual sessions would
bo moro than offset by the addition
ul expense which the proposed
change would entail; also that the
conditions existing In this Territory
are not such ns to lequlro the en
actment of new laws annually.
"Itesolved, That this Chamber of
Commerce does hereby signify It
disapproval of the proposed change
In tho Organic Act, and ninVnis Its
belief that biennial sessions of the
Legislature aic fully adequate to tho
neeiU of the Territory in regatd to
matters of legislation."
W. It. Castle moved that the reso
lution be ndopted. President Mor
gan suggested Hint It might bo a
Hood plan to have a little discussion
on tho matter before voting. Ho
thought that tho other bldo should
be heard from, but as no one volun
teered to foster the yearly-meeting
game, ho gave a brief review of the
arguments of those favoring it.
Ho explained that ho had called
upon Speaker Uolsteln of the IIouso
of Representatives and had tnlked
the matter over. He further explain
ed that ho had tried to get somo Rep
resentntlve, favoring annual sessions,
to address the Chnmher, but tlojt ho
hud not been successful.
President Morgan did not nrguo'
ono way or the other, simply giving
an impartial review of tho argu
ments of the supporters of the plan.
He said that ho hud been told that
formulate Ji plan and report to the
Chamber lit a special meeting.
WHEN UNCLE JOE
WAS BOWLED OVER
Sensational Contest In
"HOME RULE," SAYS'JAPAN TO CONTROL
BAR ASSOCIATION PACIFIC IN DECADE
RESOLVE WAS ADOPTED
.1. r. Hackfeld wanted some ac
tion taken w'lth regard lb the plac
ing of advertisements, He said that
various advertising schemes, some of
them Indifferent, Bomo of them poor,
and some of them excellent, were
continually being presented He
thought that the merchants should
adopt some plan which would ussura
something approaching unanimity of
action, when these matters wero
He therefore moved that the
President appoint an Advertising
Committee of three, to which all so
licitors for special advertising mat
ter shall bo referred. Tho motion
carried without opposition.
Democratic Leaders Oct Into Slurp
ExcliaiiRe Iniorgents Weie
Partially Victorious in
Washington, .March 15. After one
of tho stormiest sessions In Its history
thu house of representatives today, re
gardless of party alignment, ndopted
by a vote of 211 to 172 n resolution
by Fitzgerald (democrut of Now York)
whereby the rules wero amended In
several Important particulars, Joseph
0. Cannon waB re-elected speaker.
Subsidy or "Free Ships
and Free Crews''
Protest Lodged Against
Whereas, lu the matter of the "ap
pointment of Second Judge uf the
United States District Court for tho
Territory of Hawaii, nud of United
BUtes District Altorne) for Hawaii, incournge and the United fitntes to
It Is rcpoited that efforts arc being inarlu.g , , ,,ri,n, ivcrfu rnUl-.
made to have named for one or both I T,llg 1(. tlatUlnK ,,,;,,.,.,
of these offlica poisons who are neM ,,. llt.re ,oUy hy ,, 8.)lttcr,n
ther citizens nor even rosldentsxof , ...president and general manager of
New York March 17 "Ten )ears
from now the (ml) steamers from Hie
Orient running In and out of San l-'ian-clsco
harbor will u, thuso llyln thu
iJapnuete ting. If Japan continues so
Whc. ens, these efforts do not em
anate from the Hawaiian lommunlty
whose Interests ale concerned, but
have been made by persons outside
of Hawaii and without due consulta
tion with and against the wish of
the people of this Territory; and
Whereas, there aro no Just consld-
The insurgents did not win thu com
HAS BUSY TIME
Routine Work Galloped
Through In Short
EASY TO FOOL MEN.
"Women claim tn usu artificial aids
til liPimly In li-.ler In idi.ncn llm ,., "
fiinblc her to look well tiirnpd out cm I ipnuuked the widow, "but I have n'l-
inii upasions inr uio dinilng ip.vson. Ways thought tbcv did It because the
Jlcr first list will be ant to bo far tin I men n-o-so cii-y hi fool,".
long niiil costly for her le&ources, bull -j
by Hitting off iion-Orfsentlnls and, -
managing for combinations that will CON'T SCRAPE OUT PANS,
till In with her so vein I gowns or I Never use u knlfo to hcriuiu tliu food-
mils, considerable variety of effect tuffs Hint nny ndhcro to a cooking
will be possible with n veil' limited."11'""1-
number of Independent tollots. n" "'P twol with cold water, add-
Consciously or otherwise, the wo- 'MK l '""" K'',, '" washing powder,
m.iii who ilruuM'H exceptionally well Mt '" "!" 'l"" Ull it conies to a boll,
at little iiiht has loduced tho matter,1""1 "1C" '''"1 ty. , ,
to n science. She buys only what ' t"w l""lr '" frcsl1 ,l"t water, and.
Bhi) considers essontlnls, though ' 'fM"bblug In necessary, use n brush
IIitoo may often tako 'tho form of . ,,c,t HrC(,'illy for that purpose.
Thirty-second Day Afternoon Senlon
in the afternoon session of Senate
yesterday, Marston Campbell, Super
intendent of Public Works and also
President of tho Hoard of Agriculture
and Forestry Informed tho Senate
that ho had received copies of resolu
tion, prohibiting employes of tho two
departments from lobbying or button
holing thu mvuibers of Senate, In re
gards to their wages, Campbell said
that ho had advised his clerks to stop
lobbying, else they will bo discharged.
Surveyor Wall and Public Kand Com
missioner Pratt, also wrote about tho
House Hills ICO, 50 nnd 72 which
passed third residing In the IIouso
wero reau nnn passed nrsi reauing in
Semite. Printing Committee.
Tno Committee on Ways nnd Means,
to whom wns referred Senato Dili 104,
appropriating moneys out of tho funds
of tho County of Maul to pay the offi
cers elected nud served under uud by
virtue of Act 31 of tho Laws of 1903,
reported progress and recommended
that tho claims bu paid, with the nv-
proval of tho Hoard of Supervisors.
Passed Bccond reading
Senato Ulll 122, relating to the ex
emption fiom taxation 'of property
used In certain Industries was then
taken up for consideration. Senator
Maker tho Introducer of tho bill Junii-
ed on his feet and said that tho cor-
i. i t.t.i. i i - .i...
mnnv Stales nn Dm mnlnl.m.l Imvn I"""""". """ pnicueuil, .inns mu
nln..ll ll, ln llw,u-l. hi. Ifrn,. I1"111' '" KlHIB, HllbloUSOS Certlllll ttiC
...... ,.... ..w t.,.,.t (wn IIIO
,.ry smalt filppcrlcs. A well-chosen
veil may he expensive, but enable,
n IiiHt Ken son's hat tn do fuithcr.ser
ko when olheivvlse new headgear
would be necessary, and her smuit
uniall belongings aio what enable
her In innUu her few gowns fit In
veil fur any of tho many oicaslons
whom they must pernio.
Tlieui Ih no haphazaiil in her well
ciiusldoied scheme, and sho patro
nizes bargain tountcis only when
their wares will fill a dellnllu' want
in her w.irdiobe.
I'lobably oxpeileiicn has Impress
ed her us it has failed to do In tho
ease of le&s clever women, with tho
folly (if purchasing auj thing simply
llllMfl IIOil II III flwt.lll Qllll t.' IICIVVU It 11 (
, - ......
JtlijH fin iii of btilug la both extrava
gant uud annoying If Indulged In
'yilthoul tmflU'luiit consideration.
TREATING KITCHEN UTENSILS.
If one lua n now lion kitchen litem
'!. It, a well to glvo It a courso of
tiontnient hefoio using It for tho Hist
tlmo. Kub It over on tho Inside, with
mutton a How, and let It stand for'tvvo
or throu days.
Then wash It thoroughly with lint
water In, which a lltfto soda Is dissolv
JET BUTTONS POPULAR.
Jot buttons seem to bo supi-i soiling
nil others on tho smart spring gowns
Tho cut Jet, of com so, It, what Is lu
Mrs. Carrlo Itooney chased a man
whom she saw In tho 'dining room of
her homo In Now York and hold him
lllltll II IHllleplllllll rniiw. Th.. ,,,., ...i
i , .... ,,w ,,,,., Ml,- I
nilttod lit! was u professional burglar.)
ant hud been tinublo to provide 'him
with u list of the States.
i:. I). Tenney thought that theio
Is nmplo legislating as It Is, and
lulled attention to tho fact that
that many States have sessions only
once In four jcars.
Tho vote was then called for, and
each hand in the loom went into tho
air, slgn!flng Its owner's opposition
to moro fiequent conventions of tho
Territorial solons than Is now tho
IIouso Hill No. 01, authorizing tho
deposit of Territorial funds in
bunks, and passing tho deposits over
lo tho haul, offering the best Interest
duo attention being paid to' tho
mutter of security was endoifccd.
I-. T. Peck declined to voto.
Mr. Peck did not hellevo that Ter
litorlal funds should bo auctioned
out to tho highest bidder, and
thought that a lle.t rato of Interest
would be the most satisfactory nr
langemcnt. Whnt tho rato should he, did not
limller so much to hlni us .the method
of arriving nt It. Mr. Peck thought
that this should bo a matter uf dis
cretion with tho Government officials,
ami that tho rato so fixed should bo
equal 41111I uniform throughout the Territory.
Ho stated that this method was that
liirsued with regard to public money
of tho United States, In tho dealings
of tho IVderal Government with its
Mr Peck further stated that there
wns no divergence of opinion In tho
matter between hlmeolf and the presi
dent of his hank uud ii-i'date-' -i,.-i
liuvlilg resolutions of this kind of-
(Ions of land to Individuals, to plant
sisal fibre, castor oil, copra, extract,
Hawaiian starch, pineapples, uwa
loot ami Manlocu staich.
In this connection thu hill provided
that such exemption shall not apply
to any land In excess of forty acres
so used' by any ono person, firm or
corporation lu tho cultivation of pins
apples, nor to couiu more than forty
ncrps of land under tho smno owner
linker suhl that tho corporation,
which loused tho laud, belonging to
the lilshop Kstnto, subleased to each
Individual cultivator forty acies of
land on which In plant pines', oto. In
this way thu cultivators, controlled by
corporation, esrapes taxation. linker
said that thu present law should he
amended In order that thu corporation
may bo taxed. Smith, Mukekiiu, Fair
child and others took a hand In dis
cussion nnd final action was deferred
for a week.
'Walalua stock la now attracting tho
attention of tho buyers In tho stock
market and on tho showing of thu
plnntntloii It is anticipated that tho
stock will go about par lu u compar
atively short tlmo. The Wnhiawa dam
Is filled or nearly so, which means
that tho plantation will havo an ample
htipply of water during an ordinary
Mtimnor The out-turn of tho coming
crop Is very satisfactory. With tho
advancing price of sugar theio ought,
under ordinary circumstances to be a
easouuhlo suiplus fur tho resumption
of, tho ono per cent dividends. A swift
Jump to par In a few davs will not be
feroJ, by u committee, to tho luumbtfi' Buriiribliib',
plcto vlctor they counted on, but suc
ceeded In bringing about an exceed
ingly lively session mid obliged the
majority to adopt the Fitzgerald reso
lution, which la In the nature of u
Tho Fitzgerald resolution was n sub
stltuto for ono offered hy Clark of Missouri.
Its adoption was accomplished only
after the insurgents, with tliu nld of
tho democrats, with one or two excep
tions, had won a decided preliminary
victory by voting down a resolution by
Ddlzcll, making tho unamended rules
of tho sixtieth congress applicable to
tho present congress.
Clark and Dalzell Clash.
Such wns tho fever huat of the con
troversy that Clark of Missouri got
Into a spirited colloquy with Dalzell,
who had mounted thu rostrum to read
the resolution of tho minority leader.
Clark wanted him ordered away from
the desk, to which Dalzell objected,
salug ho had u right to know what
tho measure contained. This Incident
led to a controversy with the speaker,
which lasted lung enough for Dalzell
to get the Information ho desired and
he returned to his seat.
Shortly afterward, when Fitzgerald's
resolution was appropriate, Fitzgerald
was drawn Into u colloquy with Clark,
who desired htm to leld for a ques
tion. Much bitterness was dlspla)ed
by tho two men. Fitzgerald nt first
refused to yield. Ho later did so, but
Clnrk declined his pro.'.'er of tlmo, re
marking that tho Now York member
would live to regret his action, which
called forth the retort from Fitzgerald
that he was not to bo "scared by nny
Important Changes Made,
As analyzed by parliamentarians the
amendment makes three Imixirtutit
changes. First It establishes a "cal
ender for unanimous consent," tho ef
fect of which is to enable a member
to have a proposition brought before
tho house without having to go to tho
speaker for lecognltlon. This change,
they say, wilt bo a relief to tho speak
er. Second When consideration of a
bill Is concluded and tho previous
question Is ordered tho rules hereto
fore have provided for n motion to
commit with or without instructions.
It has been tho practice to recognize
a member of tho majority to make
this motion and thus prevent the
minority from offering such Instruc
tions us It may desire.
Thu new rule gives the minority the
preference in making bucIi a motion
and thus cnnhleu them to get u record
voto on proHJsltiuii8 that would other
wise bo settled In committee of tho
whole house, where nu record voto Is
Third It protects tho calendar
Wednesday by requiring n two thirds
instead of n majority voto to sot.lt
Fourth It Is also claimed that tho
amendment will havo tho effect of pre
venting favoritism hy tho action of thu
committee on rules Ip Bpeclal cases.
Clark Reiolutlon Feature.
A prominent feature of the Clark
resolution was nn amendment provid
ing for n committee of IS to revise,
amend and codify the rules, and much
of the opoilllou to It was becnuso of
una tact. As adopted, the Fitzgerald
umendment makes no changes In the
present method of selecting the rules
committee, nor la there any change
In tho method of selecting committees,
Speaker Cahnou (s Inclined to re
gatd thu amendment as n slight Im
provement on thu present rules. In
that Instead of throwing the respon
sibility for recognition on hlin.Jt sots
iiBlde certain days for considering
mcnsuiea under unanimous consent;
but. ho says, under the new rules
members will havo to wait for these
In a conversation soon after tho ac
tion of tho house ho commented freely
upon tho fact that Aryan had inter
fered In tho interest of tho charges
submitted by Clark and sisjko of the
udoption of tho Iltzgerald substltiit
us a tilumph over the Hryan forces,
saying tho conservative democrats
who really want legislation had practi
cally stood for tho old rulas with the
amendments offered by Fitzgerald?
"It was," ho said, "a protest by the
conservatives against iuuu',ltiu und ull
' eratlons which require In tho prem
ises n different pulley toward Hawaii
from that applied to the States of
tho American Union, but fair con
sideration of conditions here Justifies
the choice of local men for these and
similar offices; nud, also
Whereas, by reason of the fact
that for nearly three-quarters of a
century Hawaii has maintained n Ju
dicial system nnd sjstem of court
practise founded on the common law
nnd administered In the same man
ner as prevails lu thu Federal courts
and In the courts of the older Stntes,
there has developed a bar trained lu
the prevailing American system of
law practise and court administra
tion and n bar of sufficient numbers
to furnish competent men for nil of
fices of the Judiciary and those of
fices such as United States Attorney
having to do with the administra
tion of Justice In Hawaii; and
Whercns, the status ami condition
of Hawaii when It became u part of
the United States, wus so dlffeient
from that of other territory ncqulrea
by thu Federal Government us to
win for theso Islands at once on or
ganlzatlon of local government the
appointment of Hawaiian residents
to very nearly all offices, and that
since then the exceptions that were
made at tho time of annexation In
tho case of the United Stutcs District
Court and the department of the
United States Attorney for Hawaii
have not continued to bo made ns
vacancies occurred, but members of
the Hawaiian bur have been chosen
to fill such vacancies;
He It Itesolved, by the Dnr Associa
tion of the Hawaiian Islands, That
In no case Bhoulil these or other sim
ilar ofllces In the Territory of Ha
waii he tilled by non-residents when,
as now, there nro here available men
to fill tho same nbly and honorably
and to the satisfaction of all; nnd
Do It Itesolved, further, Thnt
copy of this resolution ho sent to tho
President of tho United Stntes, the
Attorney General of tho United
States, the President of tho Senate,
tho Chairman of the Judiciary Com
mittee of the Senate, the Governor
of Ilnwall, nnd tho Delegate to Con
gress, The Hnr Association of tho Hawai
ian Islands, at n meeting held In tho
Judd building, went on record as be
ing opposed to thu filling of the posi
tions of Federnl Judge and United
Stutes District Attorney with per
sons not residents of the Hawaiian
Islands, Tho resolution given above
was cabled to President Tnft C. F.
demons drew up the resolution and,
after amendment, It was seconded by
W, A, Kinney being absent, A.
a. M. Kobertson was vutcd Into the
Chair; W. A. Orecnwoll acted as sec
retary. Tho latter presented tho res
olutlon to the meeting, Qcorgo Da
vis thought copies of the resolution
should be sent to the Attorney Gen
eral, the President of tho Senate,
and tho chairman of the Judiciary
Committee, tn addition to Uio copy
to tho President.
D. L. Wlthlngton thought that the
second part of tho lesolutlon wns ob
jectionable. This section read:
"He It Itesolved further. That this
Association, representing the rbar of.
Hawaii unu constituting very nearly
all who practise In Its courts, is fair
ly entitled to be nt all times directly
consulted In the mntter of such ap
pointments and to have au opportu
nity to be heard In tho premises."
J, A. Magoon thought (that when
ever n vacancy occurred tho liar As
sociation should take action, M. F,
Prosser felt tho resolution was light
and that the liar Association should
have some sny as to who the Judges
should he for- Hawaii.- Mogoou
thought that the addition of sending
a copy to the President of the Sen
ato was In the nature of holding n
whip over the President.
Judge Stanley said that the sec
ond part of the resolution wus ob
jectionable to him. The patrouago
of these offices were vested ,ln the
President of the United States,
George Davis said tti language
used lu Iho second part of tho reso
lution wus not quite polite. Frank
Thompson moved to strike out' the
the Pacific Mali Steamship Company,
during n discussion of the latest In
load of foreign shipping In the com
merci ul thu Pacific.
Ho was commenting on the report
which reached New ork shipping cir
cles today that Lodwc.l & Co., the
powerful llrltlsh shipping firm, will es
tnblish within a low weeks a Unu of
steamers between tho Orient nnd Ha
Una Cruz, Mexico, for the transiHirta-
tluii of Oriental freight to New York
pun oilier oris in mo i.asi unu Kunqie
via thu Tehuantepec railroad.
Do you mean that the Pacific Mall
will go out of business li) that time If
the present attitude of the Government
toward American shipping continues?"
Mr. Schwerln was asked.
'I mean Just what I say," he re
plied Then lip continued: "Whether
it is Intentional or not, the jsillcy of
cur government toward the American
merciiunt murine Is one wholly of re
Thero Is only ono way that tho
American merchant marine can over
hupo to comjieto with those nf foreign
nations and regain its former pres
tige," continued Mr. Schwurln earn
estly, "and that Is by placing It in n
position to compete on an equal basis
with these foreign rivals.
"Wo should havo freo ships nnd froo
crews. Hy this I mean the restriction)
now barring vesiela of rorclgu build
trom American registry should be re
moved so that American shipowners
and operators will bo freo to purchase,
their craft as cheaply as their foreign
"Klther thoso existing restrictions
should bo removed or tho government
should provide n ship subsidy suffi
cient to offset these handicaps.
"Ono of thoso remedies Is the only
octlon that will auvo tho American
merchant marine from utter elimina
tion from foreign sea commerce."
latter part of the resolution. This
was done unanimously, and on Ml.
Prosser's motion It was decided to
cable the substance of the resolution
to President Tnft. '
Senator W. O, Smith dropped In
Just boforo the meeting was called
to order and said that he was unnblo
to renin In for tho meeting hut that
he had called In to say that the Gov
ernor was strongly opposed to the
resolution favoring appointments to
all Federal offices In tho Territory.
Such a blanket resolution seemed to
cover ull Federal offices here, Includ
ing quarantine, etc. It the resolu
tion only referred to Judicial offices
he would favor It.
Tho following wero present nt tho.
meeting: A. G. M. Kobertson, D. L.
Wlthlngton, K. M. Wntson, C. II. Ol
son, W. A. Orcenwell, C. F, demons,
J. A, Magoon, George A. Davis, Judge
Stanley Judge Weaver, Fred, Peter
son, Frank Thompson, W. W. Tliny
er, W. O. Smith, I. Warren, M. F.
Prosser, Deputy Attorney General
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