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Far San Franoisco:
Chlyo Man i.'. ...March
VOL. XI. HO. 4271.
BRINCKERHOFF ON CLRfifi
Or. Ilrlnckorhorf Is very optlnilstlc
over the report that Or". Clegg of the
Manila Ilurcnu of Science has suc
ceeded In cultivating the leprosy ba
cillus ami has prepared n vaccine, anil
he Is anxiously awaiting a copy of the
scientist's treutlso. Or. Clegg Is a
persoual friend of Dr. IlrlnckcrholT,
' and Is a man In whom the Honolulu
physician places great confidence.
In discussing the matter this
morning with n II u 1 1 e 1 1 n report
er, Dr. llrrnckerhoff Bald:
"I am personally acquainted with
Dr. Clegg of the Manila llureau of
Science, having for more than a year
worked with him. Clegg Is a very enre
ful and able man, and If the state
ment cabled Is not garbled, ho cei
talnly has good grounds to go on In
IN CAPITOL HALLS
Question of Presidency
" Of Board of Hearth
Tho question of who Is to be Pres
ldent of the Hoard of Health Is be
ing debated with' considerable Inter
est orund tho corridors of the Capi
tol and there Is a good deal of quiet
lobbying going on In support of the
various candidates, none of whom,
however, has yet come out In the
open and said that he wants the Job.
The Governor has nothing to say
on the subject unci probably his first
announcement of his choice will be
the sending of somebody's name to
tho Senate for confirmation.
Dr. Raymond, who was once before
President of the Hoard uf Health, Is
most prominently montloned as u pos
slble successor to Mark Robinson,
though so far there Is nothing to In
dicate that Mr. Robinson will not re
tain the position himself, except the
fact that It Is known he does n'it
care to remain.
Dr. Raymond Is coming to Hono
lulu to resume the practice of medi
cine, and this may be taken as Ini'.l
eating that he would probably uc-
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making tho assertion that he has sue
cceded In cultivating the leprosy ba
cillus, and has prepared a leprosy
"It 'Is euro to bo discovered Eomo
day, as scientists nre working on tho
problem all ovcr"tho world. That be
ing so, why should It not he prob
able that Clegg Is the first to make
the great discovery? There Is no
need to say how great a boon tho
acclne would be to mankind.
-"Krom time to time claims have
been made as to the successful .culti
vating of the leprosy bacillus,' but,
UP to the present, all hnvo proved
false alarms. As soon as I get the
treatise on tho matter from Manila,
1 shall make experiments here ntong
the same lines. I ropcat that I hope
the good news Is true."
HAS BEEN NAMED
All Publicity Matters
Are Now Up To "
President Morgjnr-f the Chamber
of Commerce has appointed 0. ,P.
Wilder, Qwon Williams, and II. P,
Wood a special committee on adver
tising, pursuant to a resolution In
troduced at the last meeting of the
Chamber by J. P. Hackfeld.
The members of the Chamber of
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Tonight at the Colleen of Ha-
X wall. Prof. Pone will sneak on u
to "Planting the Home Qrounds." X
K Particular attention will be X
given to Individual nlnnts 'In M
X order to show their special fit- M
K ness for different types of plant-
V At 8:30 Mr. Krauss will lee- X'
H tuio on "Itlce In Hawaii." II.
X lustratlve material and lantern M
H ancles will bo used. X,
X U K tf J K U M U S
M W ) K it
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY,
Only Two Bills Passed
By Lower Chamber;
34th Day Morning: Session
.The usual peaceful Monday morn
jng calm porvaded the House when It
was called to order today, and noth
ing occurred during the session to
break the meditations of the mem
bers. A weak Imitation of a debate.
took place once" or twjee, but none
of tho Representatives was In n bel
ligerent mood and where there ap
peared to be uny prospects of a fight
the matter was deferred.
One House bill passed Its third
reading, the measure being one to
prohibit the sale of certain kinds of
Iced fish in the markets of the Terri
The Intent to turn over every pos
sible function of government to
Counties makes Itself moro and more
apparent as the session gets older,
and If the present plans are carried
out, the Territorial Government will
be more of an ornament than a util
ity. Two bills were Introduced by
the Health and Police Committee,
tho general Intent of which Is to de
crease the power and functions of
the Territorial. Uoard of Health and
turn Jhom over to the Counties. It
Is proposed to allow the Boards of
Supervisors to regulate all matters
connected with sanitation, the In
spection of food products and such
similar things. The authority con
ferred upon the Counties by the new
bills is even broader than that exer
cised byCounties In most State of
"(Continued ja Page 3)
Copies of the industrial Ed I- ,
tlon of tho Bulletin oro going
abroad In gratifying quantities by f
f every mall.
"I shall send conies to thcVYolo
4- library and other Institution! of a
similar character," said one of
f Honolulu's leaders thlsrmornlne.
f I think It Is good business for us
f to sond abroad such exact and
accurntu Information as this odl-
f tlon contains. There Is so much
f that Is erroneous sold of us." 4-
Copies may be had ready for
mailing at tho II u 1 1 o tl n offlce.
All accounts owing to the firm of
S. Hoth & Co., not paid this month
will be given to the Past Due Agen-
for a man, after having ac
cumulated a fortune, to neg
lect lafeguardiig it for his
.family by making out a will
full of flaw, or none'at all!
The average business man
cannot drew up a will that
will always hold without a
lawyer's assistance. We will
give you that assistance free
Bee us about your WILL.
Bulletin's Merchant Patrons Have The Benefit of
In the afternoon session of lho
Senate today action on Senator Cbli
llngworth's resolution, urging the
President of tho United States to ap
point a resident of the Territory of
Hawaii as Second Judge of the United
States District Court Kerr, was Indef
initely postponed The motion to
postpone was made, by Senator Qulnn
and wns kokuacd by a large major
ity. Tho vote taken resulted as fol
lows: Aos linker. Drown, Coelho, Har-.
vey, McCarthy, Moore, Qulnn, Rob
inson, and Woods, 9. Noes Chll-
llngwortb, Kalnma, Knudscn, Miike
kau. Smith, C.
AND CHIYO MARU SPEAK
Tho Japaneso cruisers A no and Soys
under Hear Admiral IchlJI, acconllttg
to tho wireless oporator of the Chiyo
Mam, will drrlve off port nt ab.Mit 9
o'clock Thurdav tuonilnir. Iln tn 12
o'clock todayVno wireless comnuint:a.
tlsn had beciTecclVcd by theKnval
Station or Hie Japanese ConHiilKtJ-
General. It Is expected, however, that
they will be heard from tomorrow fori-
II. Snil'UKawa,, udltor of tho Asahl
Shlnbun of Toklo Is making a trip dent Smith Insisted that the bill hnv
nround tho world. Ho arrived this nB onCe been voted down und recou-
inurning in me uniyo jiarji.
The case against Chief of Detect
ives Kklaklela, Deputy Sheriff' Hose,
nnd Medelros was continued till Krl
day on the-nppllcatlon of Mr. Cftth
cart, who Is appearing for the de
Three Hawaii sugar men are leav
lng"on the Aornngl for Porto Illco.
II. Morrison, W. K. An'drows, and
Ralph Hamilton havo nil obtained
positions at Biigar mills in thoso Isl
Dr. Ilowat has so far recovered
from his Injuries that he Is up 'at
tending to business as usual.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready tor mailing, 00 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office,
Dr. Thaddeus Asbury Reamy. an
authority on gynecology, died In Cin
clnnatl tit the ugu of 80.
Bulletin Business Offlae Phone 8M.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 180.
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MARCH 20, 1809. 8 PAOES.
IIS Bill, DEAD OR
DOTH IT SLUMBER?
Publication of Laws
Matter of Much
34th DaV Mnrnlntr fi tiinn
iti - i.t . n... .
uuic i-reaiuem anmn ennnges ma
ruling. House 11111 No. S3, providing
Hint llm Ihwm iinuuo.l t,t tk. I ..I.I..
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ture may be published In newspapers
other than thobo printed In Hono
lulu, Is dead. F"or the second time
the bill came 'up for third reading
this morning, and for the socond time
It failed to pass.
The first time the bill was submit
ted to n vote, It was tent to the Sen
atorial graveyard, whenco It was res
urrected by Mnkekuu's motion to re
consider. This morning It was again
submitted to the Senate, the vote
Handing 7 to 7. President Bmlth
announced that the bill was dead.
This morning's vote was as follows:
A)cs Baker. Drown, Coelho, Ka
lamu, Knudsen, Makekau, unil
Woods. Noes Kalrchlld, Harvey,
McCarthy. Moore, Qulnn, Hoblnson,
the President. j.
As Chllllngworth, who last week
voted In fftvqr of the bill, was ab-
sent, an ollort was made by tha sup
porters of the measure o have It
brought up again. Senator Knudsen
maintained that, the bill having slm-
ply failed to
pass, was still on the
' order of the day, and that a. fulll
vote would send It thrnn.h Pro.!.
sldered, was out of'commlsslon.
Not Yet Dead?
Kalnma Insisted that the bill yet
could bo reconsidered, in that an
amendment was mnde after tho first
'defeat, and that. In Its amended
i (Continued on Pace 3)
DANES' NEW BUILDING
Tenders wor6 oponcd this no"n Jt
f In tho offices of H. U. Kerr & Co.
for tho remodelling nnd rebuild-
t lng of tho old Qrlnbautn premlxcs
on 'the corner of Queen and Koa
f htimanu streetsthat are to bo oc
f cnplod by tho expanding business
f of Tlico. II, Davles & Co.
f Tho reconstruction Is to bo
quite elaborate as will bo noted
from the amount of money to bo
expended. In addition to the cost
f of rebuilding thoro Is much
moro to bo dono In tho way of
furnishings of tho building for oc
f cupancy. -
John Oudcrklrk was tho sue-
cessful bidder at $18,137. Tho
next was John Walker, $23,120;
I.ucas Dros.. $23.CD3: Krod Harrl-
son. $26,109. Tho lowest bidder
agrees to have It finished In 130
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SULLBTIN ADa PAY 4i
v at the
A. y: Cafe
5000 New Readers
SAN FRANCISCO, Col., Mnrdi 20
conspirator have been released on bail.
BET.flRATIP :,-,.. u,..i, on
i j 7 . , , ! .. .' "" "
kuicu w jmio uic demands of
..,. VJ ..u.twu ui jjuiiih
I iiriciriiTnwni. ..
oninuiun, v. v., Match
lnS nominations to the Senate:
Illlnnit' Auilmi C.n -f !.- m
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ITAMC.il II.h.uI L. P! '
vv'u,u ul"OT1' oinpipore, jamci
murderinM V-Marh 29'7iIary Famer' who convicted (S
murdennc Mn. Brennan, was today put to death in the electric chairS
k '"r'f' ,Cal' Mareh 2f-Thc Kimon Qihko JapancsST
bank o this city closed its doors toiay on account of financial embari
,.,,:' j., . . . fu-
.. . ...huju i,,ai v,mcj
FIRE ON HAY
HAVANA. .Cuba. Mircb 29. A
damaged the steamer Helicoland and
ON GHIYO MARU
Nagai Will Represent
Japan In San'
M. N'ngal, Ihe now acting Japanese
Consul (loneral In San Kranclsco, Is .1
through pasrongcr in tho stuamshln
Chlyo Maru, nlilc'h arrhod this morn
ing from Yokohama. Ho Is accoinp.1
nled by Mrs. Nngnt and two scrvimo
Mr. Nngal Is ujoung man, but ho U
noli acquainted with modern Iduim
He Is a ginduato of the Toklo Univcin
ity and sicaks tho English language
When lutorlcwcd this morning Mr.
Nagal stated that ho wuh In tho Unit,
ed States about flvo years ago. He
was then sonlng In tho Japanese Con
sulate as secretary. PrctloiiB to i.
turning, to Japan two ears ngo, ho
was ono of the secrctnrles in tho Jap
anese Embassy at Washington.
When asked whether, on his nrrlval
In California, ho would opposa tho ac
tion of the legislature, In eano It
passed any bills discriminating niulnsi
the Japaneso, Sir. Nngal said that ho
would not butt-in" or Interfere In any
way with local matters,
"Should such bill over bo brought
up for discussion In tho local legisla
ture, I may express my vlows upon,
them (f asked of me by any of tho
legislators," said he, "but unless I al:i
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THE BULLETIN f!nn(if
I closed, added (o the list of abU
- scribm 1000 HEW names,.
Any advertising patron of tho Bui
1 e t i n is at liberty to come in and
verify this statement. Every mcr- if
chant in Honolulu hat this addition-
al service of 5000 renders at his f
disposal without extra expense,
PRICE SO CENTS.
-Seven of the nine alleged draft"
Ae Servian uotcrnmcilt IMS coil-J"
European Powers. It has rccrimii&l
XJ. The President hn nt llii
Solicitor General Llovd Bower. "5f,
. . '.. '" -".V ."'
rensury. unnries JJortnii nt II nni
-.- "' " -....w,
liuuois of rcnnsilvnnia
Troops arc pursuing the rcvoltinS
urazy anaKc lias deserted his follow?
fire on the docks of this eitf lt:v'
nther rr,f tll W,n:y
FIWF WFIMMF FI1P
1WUN U bllUIStKS
Local Japanese Will Do x
Honor To Visiting '
Prcp.uations foi the t-nlortnln- A
ment and reception of Renr Admluil m
IchlJI, the iiujcers and -men otVtlio;3
Japaneso rrulsois Abo and "SojiiJ ( lnK
anhe hoie Apill 1. are nrnutlrnili- !?
leltleil. The Im.il JftpancKn will B(,' 1
out In meet I lin onllKi'm I,,' .,,tnii.,... T
launches belonging to tho lluualln'u '
fisheries Company and In samnan
These boats will be decorated .tlf"
iiiuericnn and Japanese Hags and
icis, unu possibly tlic llawullnu tland
will go aloni:. N yS
The local Japaneso hack niTlSiV'
owning about bofiit)-slx. lmckv,wTil
..: ......,,,, u-ujji nn,! his nllkdra
un opportunity to see lho IntrerTliipl
linllltU In llminli.l.i r.. .. . " -
,.w.... ... ..,,, UU ,U ftJ, ()J. ,,
llinlr nrrlvnl A,ln.l...i ...i.u. ". m
"""i iriuji anu
Fomo or his men will bo tnl.Tn donii
.. II. I. A.. ..,!.. I . . . .. .. V
... .ui; iUMH KlirilOUS Of 1IOII..S. X
ai. Damon at Moannluu. wlillu imntii.-t
er set will sit Wnlklkl nml aisrsvim.
iing uisineis. Tho hail.s will bo-j
rurnlslicd fu-o of charge fori two
The Knual Janai'ese. who rniinnt
lome.horo, to hoe Ihvlr Jlghtlni1 mn-'a
rlllnnu u III r...l M . . . " '
- -- " tiii uuwu money wuicil
they are subscribing. " I
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