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toed this rcssIou by tlio Governor, nol
ono was a Sonnto Mil, was mentioned
by tlio President as a caimo for grntl-
Public Innds 73.9C0.00
Circuit Courts, 1st circuit 77,800.00
Circuit Court, 2d circuit 12.0G0.00
Circuity Court, 3d circuit 9.G0O.0O
ClrciilTCourt, 1th circuit 18,jr,0.00
Circuit Court,' Bth circuit 10,000.00
Contingent fund 76,000.00
The Item for the Promotion Com
mittee Is stricken out. All Jails, dis
trict court houses, and nil hospitals
but the Queen's Hospital are turned
over to tlio Counties for maintenance,
nnd no appropriation Is made for
them, Under the samo general plan
the Items for mntntcnanco of prison
are, tlio water works nnd sewers,
wharves nnd landings, sanitation,
ate, arc eliminated from the bill. No
ipproprlatlon Is tnndo for the Survey
Department, that being combined
with tlio Public Lands Department.
The Items for Hydrographic Surtoy
ind Hoard of Agriculture and For
estry are cut off this bill, .being in
cluded In another which parcels out
the money to bo raised according to
ho provisions of the Immigration
ind Conservation Act. Other Items,
inch ns that of bacteriologist and
.mthologlst, aro cut out for various
eaboiiH. A general policy of combin
ng different branches and subheads
if government is carried out, thus
(Mowing In part of tlio big reduction
n running expenses contemplated by
ho Appropriation Hill.
?ishtng Bill Passed
Kealawaa's House Hill 1C7, to pro
libit for two years tlio catching of
lh with nets or seines in the waters
)f thu Hay of Illlo passed Its third
eadlng without debate. Nawaliino
oted no. Fho members welo nb
icnt. Refunding Measure
Ilousu Hill 170, Introduced by
lice, the "refunding bill," nuthnrlz
ng tlio Issuance by tlio Treasurer
rom tlmo to time of negotiable re
'undlng bonds In nniouut not ex
:ecdlng nt par value the par value, of
ho bonded Indebtedness to bo there
y 'refunded, was taken up on third
-eadlng, Kamnhu didn't lllo tlio
ooK-s of It, IIo couldn't see any
.enso in borrowing money from ono
nan to pay another. Ho thought It
.vould be better for tlio Legislature
to muko n direct appropriation to go
nto a sinking fund to pay off tho
Hlco tried to explain tho hill in
ilniplo words so Knmahu could un
lerstnnd. There wns nothing in tho
Jill, ho said, to prevent tho creation
if a Blnklng fund, but tho Territory
ould hardly pay oft a million dol
ars of Indebtedness In one year.
There aro a million dollars' worth of
bonds now drawing 4 1-2 ptr cent
hat could bo refunded nt 3 1-2 per
ent. Ily tho pnssago of this bill tho
Territory could save over 117,000 a
ear. It would be foolishness to
wy the Territory could pay off 12,
000,000 of debt In two years. It
would undoubtedly be n good thing It
iho Torrltory could be freo of debt.
Twelve per cent, of the Appropriation
1)111 is for Interest on tho debt. It
would bo fine to save tho $332,000
Interest ovcry tow years, but tho Leg
islature would better savo $20,000
aow whllo It can.
The hill passed third reading by
nilrchlld's Sonato 1)111 80, to regu
late tho expondlturo of public money
waB on the order of the day for thlru
reading. The bill Is a blanket meas
ure, to prohibit tho oxpcndlturo of
Territorial funds In excess ot $500 nt
one tlmo, excopt under contract let
after public advertisement for scaled
tenders; and no expenditure for pub
lic purposes shall bo so divided or
parcelled aa to ovade or defeat this
Kamnhu didn't llko this bill, eith
er. It sebmed to him, for some ob
scure reason, a measure that would
prevent tho citizens of tho Territory
from earning enough money to sup
port their families. "If wo allow
this bill to pass," ho said, "It will
take the bread and butter from our
cltlzons. Uesldes, there Is nothing
In tho hill to prevont n contractor
from employing non-cltlzcns,
Castro thought It strnngo that Ka
mahit should sign the report recom
mending tho passage of tho bill and
One acre of land at Alewa, below
Judd Street, and near the residence
of Hon. John Lane, An ideal place
as residence. Good view. Healthy,
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDG. . 74 S. KING ST.
then rlso and oppose, tho passage
without nny reason whatever, "This
Is really worthy of comment. I'd be
ashamed to be a Democrat and come
hero nnd be so Inconsistent," he said.
The bill passed by a Vote of 27 to
1, Kamahu voicing the '.'no."
Senator Harvcy'H leper bill, Senate
Hill 114, which provides that a reas
onable feo shall bo paid by thp Hoard
of Health to any physician engaged
in the examination of n leper sus
pect, whether selected by tho Hoard
or by tho person taken Into custody,
came up for third rending. The bill
fixes tho feo at not less than $5 nor
moro than $10
Douthltt contended that there was
no use In voting on this bill until
tho House, could sec the effect of
House 1)111 ICC, which passed tho
House yesterday. He believed that
that hill would have tho effect ot lo-
pcnllng the law which this bill pro
poses to nmend.
Tho bill wns deferred to a week
from tomorrow to allow of the mat
ter being Investigated.
Sennte Joint Resolution 1, fixing
tho hours during which Territorial
ofltccs shall bo kept open, was amen
ded in the House .to fix tho hours nt
from 8:30 a. in. to 4:30 p. in., nnd
In this shape It jiasaod tho House
without dissenting vote.
Kcnlawaa presented a resolution to
appropriate $100 for the purpose of
building a Jallors" cottagum Klpa
One More Link Between
Washington, March 24 President
Tnft petered another link connecting
Mm' with tho Hoosdvclt administration
yesterday, when, as cx-Presldent
Hoosovclt was sailing out of Now
York harbor for Afijcn, tho President
broko tlio cluilr formerly occupied by
his predecessor. Early today tho chair
was borno from tlio White House and
sent to n local shop for repairs.
It has becun understood for sonic
tlmo that tho now" President, because
of his slzo, would have n now chair
mado of extra largo proportions, for
lila use. Tho chair taken from the
Executive offices today was a largo
mahogany swlVol fb'alK At Just what
juncturo In affairs bi vtato the spring
of tho chair gavo way was not mado
clear at the Whltp House today.
In all tropical countries naturo In
ttlnctlvely calls for hat and stimulat
ing nddltlons to ordinary food. It
teems absolutely necessary to quicken
tho Jaded appetite, and stimulate tho
digestive organs with curries, chutney,
chill peppers, nnd similar relishes, to
nn extent unknown nnd uncalled for
In temperate climes.
Naturo has recognized tho necessity
for theso condiments by providing a
profusion of splcos and peppers In all
hot countries, nnd natural Instinct has
taught the people to employ theso art
icles In their diet with great advant
age to themselves,
Theso natural stimulants tako tho
placo of nnlm.il food to n great ex
tent. Tho freo uso of meat Is known
to bo distinctly injurious In hot cli
mates. In East India with Its hot and ener
vating climnto, curries and other high
ly seasoned dishes form tho prlnclpnl
food of tho people. In tlio Wost In
dian Islands the highly spiced and sav
ory stow called popporpofla a favor
ito dish and worthy of Its namo. In
Mexico the national dUhes aro sulccs
land peppered to n degroo positively
murium); iu visitors irom colder re
gions. As a remarkable coincidence
dyspepsia 1b practically unknown
among tho Moxlcnns.
Throughout tho Islands of tho Pa
cific the natives use capsicums or chil
li peppers In tho preparation of helr
food. In tho fanner parts of Europu,
as tho south of Franco, Spain und It
aly, garlic Is largely usod In tho prep
aration of various dishes. Despite its
ovil odor this root possesses tho high,
est medicinal vuluo ns n stnmacilc.
In conjunction with chilli popnors,
and ginger, garlic Is used In making
not mango chutnoy, Its unpleasant
odor being eliminated In tho profess of
manufacture. The Judicious combina
tion of theso valuable carminatives Is
tho secret why this agrreublo ccmdl,
incut Is In such universal' fuvor as a
dlgestlvo with all who have-tried It.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin gives completo summary of
the news of the day.
(Continued from Page 1)
flcntlon on tho part of tho members of
tho upper body of tho Legislature.
$1,S0 Law Panes.
Kmplojevs of the various counties,
working on the roads and llko Jobs,
will receive $1.00 a day as a minimum
wnge. Dcsplto strenuous opposition,
the bill wns forced through this morn
lug, tho Democrats backing It up will
u solid front, nnd receiving the sup
port of enough Republicans to cany
It to victory,
Falrchlld was strongly opposed to
the bill, nnd this morning he led tho
opposition on tho door. His motion to
tnblo having been lost, ho moved that
the bill bo so amended as to provide a
minimum pay of 15 cents per hour In
stead ot n dally rate. The amendment
Chllllngworth expressed tint, belief
that, In thu outside districts, It would
not bu fcaslblo to enforce the $1.50
rate, In that It would mean Just so
many days less work nnd that the
workmen would, In reality, not profit
at all. Said he:
'When wo havo but a limited sum
to Bpcnd wo must cut our cloth accord
ingly. From my observations in many
outsldo districts, I havo como to tho
conclusion that It Ij better for the
people, most oi wiiom own their little
places and havo their tarn patches,
to havo a full year's work at $15 u
month than a half ycur's at $30.
"In tho first Instance, they havo
ample to llvo on nnd aro sure of a
stated Income. In tho latter case, thoy
aro very likely to spend their money
ns they draw it, and half starve the
rest of tho year.
"1 would havo no objection to the
$1.S0 wcro tho money available. Hut
under tho circumstances I do not be
llevo the Idea feasible."
President Smith called attention to
tho fact that, under tho wording of the
bill, there might bo somo mlx-up ns
regards contract work, Tho Anal vote
showed the bill passed by tho follow
lug ayes nnd noes:
Ayes Hakcr, Urown, Coelho, Hnr
voy, McCarthy, Moore, Qulnn, rlobln
Mm, woods. Noes Chllllngworth,
Falrchlld, Kalama, Knudsen, Mnkekau
Tho Bill, providing for tho nppro
prlatlon of $5000 for tho relief of John
A. Cummins, passed third rending, af
ter the Item providing for Interest had
been stricken out. There was but
opposing vote, that of Knudsen Falr
chlld wns excused from voting, ho stnt-
Ing that Cummins Is n rclatlvo or his
wlfo and that ho therefore did not
think It would bo right for him to vole
In tho matter.
Senate Bill No. 79. providing, for np
peals by tho Territory in certain crlm
Innl cases, was tabled. Though tho
lawyers In tho Senate were strongly In
support of tho measure, It did not
strlko tho popular fancy.
Senator McCarthy opposed tho bill
strongly, nnd ho received support not
on.,ly from tho Democratic minority,
but from tho Republican wing ns well.
Coelho Introduced a resolution end
ing for tho Incorporation In tho appro
priation bill ot $5000 for tho caso o(
tho blind poor. Ho explained that his
action was prompted by a letter which
ho had received from a blind woman
nnd that hu believed that somo action
should bo taken.
Sho suggested that anaitanxomont
might bo mado with Liinolllo Home,
whereby such persons would bo cared
for. Ills resolution wns rcfarrc.il beck
to him as chairman of tho Health com
Makckau introduced two bills, one
amending tho county law and tho oth
er an addition to tho Appropriation
Hill. Both went to tho Printing Com-
mlttco. t -l.fcfJlS
Ilouso Bill No. 13, relating to for
eign corporations doing business in tin
Territory, passed third reading.
Tho following bills wcro referred to
Ilouso Dill No. 81, relating to coun
ties, Ways nnd Means Commltteo;
Ilouso Hill No. 154, eminent domain,
Judiciary Commltteo; Ilouso Bill No.
15.", ami Ilouso 1)111 156, powers ol
deputy sheriffs, Judiciary Commltteo;
Ilouso Hill 100, crlmo of burglary, Ju
dietary Cominlttco; Ilouso Bill 165,
lepiOHy bill, Health Committee.
Ilouso Hill No. 177, relating to
pounds, was tabled on tho recommend
ation of tho Public Lands Committee.
Action on Ilouso Hill No, 29, pro
dding for thu building of roads
through public lands homesteads, was
deferred until next Monday,
Ilouso BUI No, 54, providing for tho
taking of Inventories of government
propel ty, passed second reading In a
slightly amended form. Tho bill as It
camo up from tho House, mndo tho
Chief Justlco responsible for tho turn
ing III ot tho list of nronertv In Mm In.
Liilclury Department. This wns amend
ed ta as to placo tho responsibility on
tlio slioiilders of tho chief clerk of tho
Judiciary Department.,., .
Tho Public Lands Coiutufttei
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mended that Senate 1)111 No. CG, pro
viding fur tho construction of roads
and so forht, bo not passed In that It
would conflict with tho authority ol
tho Superintendent of Public Works
Tho reiKirt wus adopted, but later, on
motion of Senator McCarthy, tho ac
tion wus reconsidered and tho report
was laid on tho tnblo to bo considered
with tho bill.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Detective Plerco Is not. ns re nor led
In tho morning pnper, fired from the
rorce. lie win bo on tho staff till the
1Mb Inst, anyhow, and what will hup
len afterward Is not known.
Lato Chief Kalaklcln Is now holdlnir
down a clerical position In Ideal's of.
flee. Jack Is well suited for the work,
as ho Is accustomed to handling the
iccords, etc. Tho now chief Is rniild
ly getting down to work, and was n
cry busy man thla morning, Tho
staff gvems to bo setlllnir down in
the now ordor of things In good stylo.
Nino Japanese, tho tlrsl hair of ciili.r
of Detectives Leal, were mi before
Judge Andrndo this morning and were
cacn nned soven dollars.
w Illlo and Brady celebrated tho ar
rival of tho Japanese wnr ships with
great eclat; In fact Brady had such a
hold-over this morning that ho could
not fie awakened In tlmo to fneii .lnilo
Andrndo. Wllllo had to dig up four
piuiiKs, mid llrady Is slated to appeal
Martha, a lady, also hit up tlio boozo
with enthusiasm, ami looked downcast
this morning when a four dollar fine
wns recorded agaliiht her. Koda, mi
aged Japanese, wns up under tho vug
act. und was sent for a six months
visit to Henry's hotel.
A Porto Hlcan Is under in rest nt
tho Police Station, on n serious charge
In connection with n girl of tender
ago. It Is a most revolting caso nnd
tho details are too strong for publica
tion. WAITK FACKS INDICTMENTS -CarBon,
Nov., March 22. Tuo 1'edor
ul Oram! Jury this nftoruoon return
ed three Indictments against George
C. Walte. Ie wns arraigned boiho
months ago on tho charge, of stealing
bullion from Wolla-Fnrgn Company
whllo acting as agent In this city,
Our little home banks will
help you save. You put your
spare change into them, and
you can't pet it out without
coming to our bank.
But you can watch it grow
every day, and know that it
is working for you every day.
Call and pet one of them.
We pay 4'A per cent, on savings.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
Capital and surplus $1,000,000
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Week-end tickets sold nn R.tiirm,
and Sunday over the Oahu Railway
to Haleiwa cost two dollar and urn
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