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Alameda April 9
For San Francisco:
Asia April G
Aoinngl . . . . .May 1
Muramn April 2f
VOL. XI. NO. 4275.
APPROPRIATION BILL PASSED IN HOUSE
NO CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS
Plans Include Reception By Governor Frear
And Visit To Points of Interest Ships
Are Now Taking On Coal
Tlie Japanese squadum entertain
incut committee, headed by Manager
TiiMcda r tlio Yokohama Specie
Hank and I. Tonney 1'ccU, represent
ing the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce, aro makini; elaborate plans
for the enter talrrmvut or Admlial
Icliljl and his olIlcerH. Tiro local Jap
nncsc residents i)f different prefect
urea In Japan have decided to enter
tain their fcllow-countrjmcii separ
n(cly. Thcro will ho Japanese din
ners, tca-purtlcs, and theatrical per
formances. Reception Tomorrow
Tlio first oinclal reception to lie
Riven In honor of the Admiral will
ho held tomorrow afternoon at I lie
residence of Governor 1'rcnr. It will
ho a garden party. Tlio Admiral and
his orrtccrH, tiro Federal, Territorial
and City nlDclals nnd tiro members of
hotli Houses of the I.ci;llnturo will
ho there. Tho members of thq Con
mlr.i "Corpb PtrHUiratlonBvwIII ho
among tho guests.
Next week's Receptions
Next Monday .night Consul Gener
al U cmi will give u reception In tho
On Wednesday the Admiral nrrd
tho senior nlllccrs will hn tho grresls
of tho Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce fin a. trip to Halclwa, where
special lunch will ho served. Mr.
I'eck is looking lifter tire lonrfort of
tho party. Tho special train ennvo)
Ing tho party will lcae Honolulu at
9 o'clock In the morning, returning
In the afternoon.
Boys' Field Sports I
On Monday anil Tuesday of next
week thoro will bo athletic spoils on
tho llo)s" Hold. Tho exercises will
(cininicme promptly at 1 o'clock In
tlio afternoon and will end at !i
u'llock. Theio will ho fencing
matches between the ninal iiud tho
local Japanese experts, Ilcsldcs this
thoro will ho trrg-of-war contests be
tween the men fiom the cruisers. A
local Japanese team Is prepailng to
hae a "go" with Hie naval team.
Tho exorcise'! will ho enlivened by
expert dancers, who linto nluntcor
ed to appear on that occasion.
In tlio morning of the sninc clay,
tho officers of tho ciulscrti will ho
the guests of tho Japanese Had; Un
ion. They will ho taken down to
Moannlua, Wulkikt, the Pull, and oth
:CiJ7nn GUzitri 0Jt Cult
er places of Intcroit.
Itest stations have been. provided
for tlio men while In this port.
A largo anil icimfortnblu loom hat)
been rented at tho Young Hotel. This
will bo used by tho men for writing
lettciH, reading magazines, and for
other general lest purposes. Tho en
trance to the room In decorated with
American and Japaueso Hags. Cold
drinks lire nisei provided by tho com
mittee. On llcrctnnln street thcru Is
another loom established for tho
rnino purpose. It Is more of an ofllcc
where nccessaiy Information may bo
Admiral IchlJI, through Mr. Knkn
muru of tho entertainment, commit
(Continued on Pace 4)
Surgeon Curry Denies
It was reported this morning that
l'assed Assistant Surgeon Moore, In
chargn of tho United States Marino
Hospital Servlco hero, would bo ic
lietccl by a new innu from Washing
ton, on account of tho serious Illness
of Dr. Moore.
l'assed Assistant Surgeon Curry, In
charge of the Marino Hospital Serv
ice, during tho Illness of Dr. Monro,
when seen this morning, denied tho
rumor. Ho said there was no trull)
In it. Ho Kild that Dr. Mooro had
been ailing only since March III, and
that ho would soon bo at his office
cither this afternoon or tomorrow
morning. He said further that Dr.
Mrmrn'H sickness was not of n serlcu.u
When asked whether lie Knew u
mail w'as expected from Washington,
ho said that that was n matter of of
ficial business which he was not at
llbei ty to make public.
We have something
to say to you about
CLOTHES. You can
get n suit in any cloth
ing store that will fit
you, more or less, and
look more or less dres
sy for a while;
But if you want a
really dressy suit
one that will ALWAYS
nre the ones you want,
Thcv are tailored to fit,
and tailored in style.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1009. 10 PAGES.
STILL MUST WAIT
Action On Governor's
DOLLAR AND A HALF LAW
W LL BIND THE COUNTIES
President Smith Urges Strict Atten
tion to Business Through Re
maining Days of the
Action on tlio Goiernor'n appoint
ments linn again been deferred, l'nr
Hilant to a resolution offered lost week
by Senator lloblnson, Governor's Mes
sage No. 2, containing tho appoint
ments, was placed on the order of tho
dav mid camu up In the Scnato this
morning. Senator Coellio promptly
moved thai action ho deferred one
week, and tho motion passed without
Thoro Is considerable surmising ns
to which appointments will bo con
firmed and which will not bo, but If
any one knows tho Intentions of the
coloi)i, ho Is keeping his knowledge
very'murti to himself. There Is a gen
oral rumor current in the upper house,
however, that another postponement
will he made when tho message comes
up next Friday.
' President Smith this morning took
occasion to urgo ppon tlio Scuatu tho
necessity for expeditions work, par
ticularly on tho part of tho commit
tees, f i om now until the end of the
M-sslon. Hu called attention to thh
fact that, though tho session Is con
siderably more than half over, half of
tho work has not been disposed of.
Ho submitted tfio following figure
as a reason for strict attention to
business from now on:
Total number of hills disposed cif,
nlncty.threo (of theso flfty-nvo aro
Senate bills and forty-one bouse bills);
bills on hand, ninety-two, (of theso
slxty-oiio aro Senato bills and forty-one
House bills). In addition there uro
many bills In tho House which will be
-up before tiro cud of (ho session.
In his remarks, tho President stated
that (.omo of the most Important meas
ures that confront tho Hoiibo, includ
ing tho Appropriation Hill, have not
yet made their appearance on tho floor,
and that thcro Is in consequence, plea
ty of work facing tho upper chaiubci.
Attention to Business.
Home of tho committees cumo In for
n little criticism, the President sug
gesting that a little moio attention to
business would result In bringing bills
out of seclusion and submitting thorn
to tlio Senate.
Tho fact that, of tho nlno bills ve
(Continued on Page 3)
We shall be pleased to have
you call and ask our own ad
vice and that of our attorneys
in the matter of your will.
It will be entirely confiden
tial a,nd without charge.
a ti. ..::
With Dr. Chapman, the noted evan
gelist, oi) board, tho steamship Ma
kurn of the Canadian-Australian line
nrilved today from Vnpcouvcr, docking
at the Iilshnp slip at 2rl5 o'clock.
The pisscngcrK worovgrccted by it,
shower, which poured down iinexpcct
cily ns tho liner was making fast tn
tlio dock. "This Is n proldhltlcm rain,"
lemarkcl John Hmugcr ra he walled
for tho big es8(l to dock.
Dr. Chapman and his colleague
were greeted by He. John W. Wad
man and It. II. Trent. From tho
wharf thoy were convoyed to Central
Union church, where n special service
will lie held this nfternoon at I o'clock.
Another sen Ice will bo conducted to
night at 7:30 o'clock
Among tho passengers for Honolulu,
wero forty-two Portuguese Immlgrat.'tK
who came from Massachusetts. Tlio
Immigrants brought, ther families,
The Makura will sail tonight at II
She brought for 'this rt tho fol
lowing cargo: ZOO drums of codfish.
IB pnekngex of cordage, 3 case
matches, t caso of books and t caso
Owing to tho early departure! or tho
Makura tonight there will be no audo
tllio performance at tho Opera Hcmsc.
ProvloiiH arrangements havu all been
Nuuanu dam was visited by n spe
cial committee from tho House this
noon, Tho legislators returned bc-
foro tho heay rain set In, hut they
reported plenty of water In tho big
rcwrvolr. The result or the Inspec
tion wns entirely satisfactory.
Tho Portuguese Immigrants who ar
rived on the Makura aro n fine-looking
lot, and seem to ha much better off In
worldi; goods than tho ones from tho
in small quantities sanitary con
tainers. Leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
The Marathon Boys
Our boys will enter the next Mar
athon rn.ee. Thev en nlvnv (n
training and hold all records for
BfCiai Ul UCllVCUMg JUCMOgCS,
SERVICE. PHONE 36L
NEW SHIPMENT OP HIGH GRADI., IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OfX IRON BEDS,
JTJ8T RECEIVED. ,
J. Hopp fc Co.,
" , 185 KING BT.-
THE BULLETIN-A Large Quantity
Over Half a Million
Dollars Cut Off
MUCH RESPONSIBILITY NOW
PLACED ON THE COUNTIES
By Combining Departments and Lo
calizing Government the House
Greatly Reduces Ex
TJio report of the Committee of the
Wholo cm llouso Illll 7-1, tho Appro
priation Dill, was submitted by Chair
man Cohen at 10:40 this morning.
nnd the adoption of the report car
ries the bill through second reading.
Tho hill carries a grand totnl of $2,-
717.818.--a icdiictlon of $ri30,350 on
tho C.overnor's estlmato ns originally
submitted In the bill, which called
for appropriations totalling $3,248,
226. Most of this saving is on ac
count of public utilities being turned
over to the Counties, To rover their
cost of operating, n bill has been In
troduced turning ovr tcr the. Counties
all the fines unci costs collected In the
District Courts, as well as another
measure giving tho Counties (10 per
cent, of tiro personal, Income, and
property tnxes. It Is estimated that
the total revenue will total $3,33i,
000, Including what Is assigned to
Details of the Bill
The hill ns finally passed appro
priates a total of $19,fi60 for the
Governor's offlco; $6760 for the Ar
chives; $17,000 for permanent settle
ments. The much-shorn Attornoy
General's Department gets $20,400.
Under tho subhead cf High Sheriff an
appropriation or $88,800 In made.
Tho Auditing Department Is glvon
$18,600; tho Treasury Department
$.177,380, which Includes tho $332,
r00 Interest on the public debt.
Tho total under tiro head of Pub
lic Instruction Is $781,000, $770,000
of which Is for teachers' salaries. Tho
Collcgo of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arta gets a total or $15,000.
Under the head of Public Works,
general, a total or $29,620 Is appro
priated; n total of $16,680 Is given
lor aovernment property; ror main
tenance, repairs, nnd additions, Oalui,
tlio aggregate is $16, COO,
Other figures aro as follows;
Landings nnd wharves., $ 48,380.00
Harbormasters, -Honolulu 5,000.0"
Pilots . . , 43,710.00
Hoard or Health, general 23,360.00
Food Commissioner and
Medical nnd quarantine
servlco and supplies, , , 98,600,00
Care of lepers and their
(Continued on race 3)
of Good Quality
FREE TRADE PLAN
WASHINGTON, D, C, April 2. Oenmpo dc Leon npnenred today be
fore the House of Representatives in. Committee of the Whole to speak
on the PhiliDuincs. Ho opposed tin free-trade j;nvision of the tariff
bill and pleaded for the independence of the Phiunpines.
Sugar Trust Charged
With Over A Million
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 2. An increase of over a million and n
quarter of dollars has been ordered bj the authorities to be charged
against the Sngtir Trust for duties tnnt should have besn paid on sugars
12 Weeks-Ten Jurors
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 2 The trial of Patrick Calhoun for v
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ithe end of the twelfth week ten jurors hnvp been sworn.
GIBRALTAR. Snain. Anril 2.
arrived here today. Mr. Roosevelt ip:nt the day as the guest of the Gov
ROME Ttillv Ani-ll 9 Th Vlntr
on hisjimval at Naples. It is the King's desire to take Mr. Roosevelt or. 'J
a mp 10 sicuv on board a warslu?.
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Taft's Naval Aide
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 2.
pointed Naval Aide to President Taft
has been assigned to the command of
Thinks Our Town
Is Ali Right
Frank I'ox of tho Sydney Hulletln.
who passed through in tho Aorangi,
is an enthusiast on tho city of Hono
lulu. He likes the place Hn likes
the streets. Ho likes the street-car
system. Ho likes tho general appear -nnco
or tho business dUtrlct.
"In n great many things jou are
rar ahead of Sydney," said Mr l'ox
(Continued on Page 2)
THE BULLETIN is deliverer!
to the largest number of Hono
lulu homes at the time of day when
the REAL BUYER for the Household
has the most leisure to read a news
paper. ' ,
PRICE 50 CENTS.
hx-rrciidcnt liooscvclt nnd Ins party ft
itrill mm! ...Dh.U..! 'DH.....tl- Vl
Lieut. Leigh Palmer has been mi- f
in place of Commander Sims, who na
ths battleship Minnesota. 'I
QUIET DAY IN
Real Estate Inquiries Are
This was n ipilet da t utho stoc-K
market It alwis Is after a st nmor
has come In bringing the slock with
drafts attached from Kan lVanclico.
i:crylHid) Is watching Pollltz slneo
ho eamo to town After tho Hullo
tin was Issued they know tint ho
came cspertalh to handle tho Hawaii
Iriigatlnu bonds but they can't he
(Continued on Page 2)
YOU GENTLEMEN to become bet
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our SPECIAL WAI.KINO SHOE,
It is made of specially selected Vioi
Kid, on a foot form last, with flex
ible welted double soles. Very soft
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Call and let us show them to you.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
923 FORT STREET
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STS,