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EVKN1NU nULI.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., Kilt DAY, APUIIi 2, 1909.
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Prominent Churchman and Mason
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Hr. E. D. Foster,-of Elkhart,
an active Methodist 40
years, prominent In Tem
perance and Masonic
Circles in Indiana, who
is 83 years old, ex
presses his convic
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"I can do a good day's work in the
blacksmith shop at the age of 83 years,
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a day. I have taken no other medicine.
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"I have been a member of the Mctho
dist Church for over 40 years and believe
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dr. L. l. tOSTER, 6J fciri 014.
Salary of President
Board of Health
Cut to $150
Residents of Hawaii
PUIIPOSING to Tisit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JtNE 1st TO OCTOBER I5th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order tkat assistance
may be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
modation. Complete information as to Hotel Hates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
It is its
better in the
than in any other
37th Day Afternoon Session
Work on the appropriation bill waa
concluded jestcrday afternoon nboul
C o'clock liy the House Commlttco
of tlio Whole, and tlio bill Is now
ready to pass Its third reading nntf
go to the Senate.
The monBuro ns finally decided up
on contemplates turning over to tlio
Counties it largo share of the func
tions of government at present com
ing under tho Territory, Including
water works npd sewers, district
court houses, Jnlls, and hospitals,
wharves and landings, and sanita
tion. It also contemplates combin
ing the land" and survey departments
under one head.
It was at first proposed to turn
over also the work of tho Hoard of
Health and the medical and quaran
tine service, but tho announcement
of this plan aroused such a storm of
protest from the business Interests
of the community that thoso back of
It were glad to drop the schemo hur
riedly. The session yesterday nftcinoon
was a stormy ono and some of tho
most fearful and wonderful speeches
thot have ever been heard, even In
tho House of Ilcprcsentatlvcs of the
Territory of Hawaii, were made. Ka
nlho, Kinney, Knlclopu, and Knmnlni
particularly distinguished themselves
In the discussion over the bacteriol
ogist, whom It was dually decided to
cut off the salary list. Kanlho fairly
outdid himself In foolishness, object
ing loudly to appropriating any sal
ary for this official, of whom he said
tho Hawaiian people aro afraid be-
causo ho cuts and slushes them. Kin
ney mudo nn even more Idiotic
speech, insinuating that tho bacteri
ologist inoculates pcoplo at tho Kn
llhl receiving station with tho germs
of leprosy, Kamahu and Knlclopu
engnged In a warm discussion ns to
whether or not germs havo wings and
can fly. Tho wisdom of theso scions
finally prevailed and tho commlttco
voted to ciunlnate tho bacteriologist.
The salaVy of tho President of tho
Hoard of Health, which Is now $270
n month, was cut down to $1G0 on
motion of Itice. When ho mado tho
motion there was a wild chorus of
Coney supported tho motion, say
ing that tho department needs a bus
iness head and that a Federal orflclal
had been found who ,was willing to
tako the position, 'In addition to his
present Job. at a salary of $100 a
month. Possibly Sinclair.
Itlcc stated that he had been told
by tho Governor that Mark Ilobln-
son. tlio nrcscnt incumucnt, uiu not
enro for tho position and hnd been
begged nnd begged to hold It up to
tho present time. Tho Governor sta
ted that ho could get another good
man for $150. It that Is tho case,
said Illcc, tho people uro lucky; they
wil get off $125 cheaper. Of course,
It could not be told whom tho Gov
ernor will appoint until ho sends tho
naino down to the Scnuto for confir
mation. Furtado had tho bright Idea of cut
ting the salary out entirely nnd mak
ing Socrctary Mott-Smlth president
ex ofllclo of the Hoard of Health, but
Itice reminded him that Mott-Smlth
Is a Federal nfllclul nnd Is not subject
to tho orders of tho Legislature.
Kamanoulu moved to strike out
the Item for tho president of the
Hoard of Health, but tho motion got
no farther, nice suggested to cut
out tlio Items for all omploye8ot the
Hoard and to nppioprlute n lump
sum. Shingle moved to appropriate
a lump sum of $21,760 for the Hoard
of Health, exclusive of tho salary of
tho President. After a long and
noisy discussion this carried.
All Items under tho head of sani
tation were stricken out, it being
proposed to turn this over to tlio
When tho Item for salary of the
bacteriologist was taken up, Kalolopu
piomptly moved to strike It out. Ho
didn't like Dr. McDonald, and didn't
think tho Doctor' knew his business.
Why, ho said, Dr. McDonald admit-
I'lL'sldvut Tail's first message to tho
United Stales Congress Is glu'ii In full
"To tho Senate and House of ltcpre
m'titatlvcs: I havo convened tho Con
gress In this extra session In oider to
mnhlo it to glo Immediate considera
tion of tho revision of the Dlngley tar
iff net. Conditions affecting produc
tion, manufacture mid business gener
ally hao so changed In tho lust twelve
years ns to require a readjustment and
revision of tho Import duties Imposed
liy that net. Moro than tills, tho pres
ent tariff net, with the other sources
of government rcemio, docs not fur
iiIbIi iucomo enough to pay tho author
ized cxiieiidltiircs. Ily July 1, next,
tho excess of expenses over lcccipts
for tho current fiscal year will equal
"Tho successful party In the late
election is pledged to n revision of tho
tariff. Tho country, and the business
community cs: dally, oxpect it. The
prospect of ii chango In the rates of
Import duties always causes a suspen
sion or hall In business because of tho
uncertainty as to the conditions to bo
made nnd their effect. It is therefore
of tho highest Importance that tho new
bill should be agreed upon and passed
with ns much speed us possible con
sistent with lis duo nnd thorough con
sideration. For thebo reasons, I have
deemed tho present to bo an cxlinord
Inuiy occasion within tho meaning ol
tho constitution, Justifying and ioquli
lug tho culling of an cxtia session.
In my Inaugural address I stated
in ii mmiimiry way mo principles upon tcd two years ago thut ho had never
Which, 111 my Judgment, the levlslon Itnil,l nrhnnl nf lineterlnlfiev."Wo
NO PARTY LINES
IN TARIFF TALK
Each Congressmen Will
Look Alter Needs
Washington, March 18. Thut party
lines will be eliminated 'during tho
consideration In tho House lof tho
I'nyno tariff bill was Indicated by the
action of Representative Hroussard of
Louisiana In withdrawing today fiom
tho meeting of the minority commit,
tee members because ho differed from
their views on the tariff. With few
exceptions each member will flgnt for
tho Interests of his home district.
There is little prospect of a lengthy
general debate and tho consideration
of the measure under tho five mlnuto
nilo for the nmondment will bo pro
ceeded with as soon ns possible, prob
ably by tho end of this week.
Wool Schedule Opposed,
Unless "gag" rule for tho provcntlou
of unlimited nmendment under tho flvo
mlnuto rulo is brought In tho minority
members of the Ways and Mcnns Com
mlttco will not report a scparato bill.
Their, report will bo drafted by Minor
ity Leader Champ Clark nnd will se
verely criticize tho wool schedule.
The Inheritance tax, 1'hlllpplno free
trndo, Internal revenue nnd maximum
and minimum features of tho bill are
Indorsed by tho minority leader, and
there has been much faorable com
ment upon the measure by Democratic
congressmen. Champ Clark today de
clared that ho had not had sufficient
tlmo to look Into its provisions to on-
ablo him to comment upon them.
Fight Over Philippines.
It is understood Hint the minority
leaders faor the removal of tho re
strictions upon tho quantity of sugar
and tobacco that can bo admitted from
tho Phlllpplno Islands freo of duty. On
tho other hand, several Southern Dem
ocrats aro endeavoring to havo tho
freo trndo provisions amended so as
to excludo rice.
A number nf Democrats will Join
with Homo Republicans In nn effort to
keep tho duty nsscsscd by tho Dlng
ley bill upon lumber. Tho fight for
freo lumber will bo headed by Champ
Clark, It understood.
It Is thought there will be no serious
opposition to tho tariff nn tea.
Tho Ways and Means Committee
estimates that tho cnttro revenues to
tho government for tho fiscal year
1910, provided tho Pnyno bill Is In op
eration, will bo 1S62.065.S85. Tho
amount for which roventio will bo re
quired for 1910 Is estimated at $872.
221,701. Lead Rate Restored.
Tho tariff bill contlnilcs tha present
duty of 1V4 cents per pound on tho lend
In nil lead-bearing ores. It had been
reduced by tho commlttco to 1 cent a
pound, but at tho last mlnuto before
tho Introduction of tho bill tho old rnto
was restored. This was dono after
Payne's statement had been prepared,
and this fact accounts for a misstate
ment regarding tho duty us It stands
in tho now bill.
gj . Have You Any g
f tho tariff should proceed, and Irnll-
ruled at leust ono now souico of rev
enue that might bo properly resorted
lo In order to avoid a future deficit. It
Is not necessary for mo to repent what
I then sold.
"I venture to suggest that tho ltal
biibluoss Interests of the country re
quire thut the attention nf the Con
gress in this Besslon bu chiefly devot
ed to tho consideration of tho now tar
iff bill, anil that tho less tlmo Rhen to
othor subjects of legtBlullon In this
Besslon tho better for tho country.
"WILLIAM II, TAFT.
"The White Houso. Mmch Ifi, 1fi09."
1S5 editorial rooms 250 bu.
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
have no such thing ns a bacteriolo
gist in tho Territory.'' Kanlho also
wanted him cut out, "hecuuso he
doesn't know Ills business."
A long squauhle ensued, the re
sult Anally being that tho bacteriol
ogist was left In the bill. Hut this
did not last, for later on the commlt
tco came hack to the same Item and
cut It out aftor n long beason of the
most ridiculous speeches over heard
in tho Houso,
During the course of ono of tho
debutes Moanault jumped up and oh
Jected vigorously to having the Gov
eiuor drugged Into discussion. It is
tho (Inveriinr says this nnd tho (lov
eruor buys thut, hu objected.
Governor Is not u membor of
REAL PROPERTY LAW
Attorney Philip Weavor has formed
n partnership with Attorney J. A.
Mngoon and will brnnch out In n
specialty that has not been given much
attention hitherto. The new firm will
do a general law business but will
spcclallto on real property law and
lund registration. Judge Weaver has
mado a study of this department of
law and his nxporlenco as tho Judgo of
tho Land Registration Court Is Invalu
oblo. Tho now Arm will fit up office,
In tho ground floor of tho Magoon
block on tho corner of Merchant and
Alakca streets modoruly equipped In
THE IWALANI returned this morn
ing from Honokaa, having nB her car
go 4736 bags sugar, 272 bundles hides,
3 bundles Bhcop skin skins, 3 barrels
tallow, 103 empty wlno barrels, 11
TUB CLAUDINC arrived this morn
lug from Hawaii and Maul, bringing
890 rnllroad tics, 27 packages hides, 82
packages empty bottles,21 hogs, 1J5
Houso and we don't wand to bo told
all the time what tho Governor says
or what the Governor thinks."
The expected row pvor tho leper
question seOms to have 'been Indefi
nitely postponed, for Kanlho, when
was billed to star In that play, has
In some way been called off and It is
stated thut ho Is now "nil right" on
the question. He even submitted yes
terday to having his own leprosy bill
tabled, giving his consent to tho
Health Committee to bring in a re
port rccommendfng such disposition
of the measure.
The Houso before golug Into Com
mltteo of tho Whole voted to sustain
the (lovernnr'a veto of Sheldon's bill
providing for tho appointment and
Tho pay of attorneys to defend Impecu
thU ulotts prlsoucrs charged with felonies.
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