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EVENING BULLETIN, iiONOLUL. T.H., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1009
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UpperHouse Spends Much
Time In Discussing
MAY HE DtCKEASEDSOMfcYUAT
Manual Training Feature It Cut Out
of Schools, Harvey and Baker
Iniuting.Th&t' It Is
i. PEX BEACH.
BEX BEACH is the author of "The Barrier," the next serial to be pub
lished in the Bulletin.
DYES will biinj; abundant pleasure to the little folks.
We have them in endless variety ahiulcs and figured
Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTiX AND FORT STREETS.
FULL nSH Appropriation
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
Forty-Fourth Day Afternoon Selon.
In Die Committee of the Wholo yes
terday nftcrnoon, tho Senator Imsled
llicmsclvcs in chopping tllq snlarloo of
tlio department licada and otbvr em
ployes of tlio Torrlt6rlal and Connly
ROvprnmentH. Somo of tlio govern
ment employed wcro Riven n rnlwi In
their salaries, but many others wore
sliced. Consideration nf appropria
tions for tlio salaries nf tho lijpart
tnent of l'nbllo Works, tho Uiireau of
Conveyances. Tax Odlcc, and tho Co:'
lege of'ARrlculturo and Mechanic Arts,
was deferred until n later date. This
was done In order to p;t mtfro partic
ulars about tho payment of ,tho nal
arles of certain alleged favorites of the
One of tho mout ltnKirtnnt Items,
that of Industrial training, was strick
en from tho Appropriation bill, after a
hard battlo bctwqon members of the
Senate. Tho appropriation for this
purpose was $7D00,
Smith, descending to tho floor,
fought for tho appropriation. Ho stat
ed that tho manual training, which tho
school children wcro getting at Bchool,
wns ono of the most Important and
useful branches of their education.
Harvey oald that tho Item was un
necessary, as a largo number of grad
uates from theso training schools wcro
Fhovcllng coal after they cinie out
from school. This, he raid, tluwcil that
tho course wnn not worth while. link
er said that tlio courr.c was useless.
McCarthy coincided with Harvey's contention.
Coclho supported Smith and spoke
of the good work which Is being ac
complished by tho teachers on Mnul.
Ho csicclally pralsed.tho school teach
ers of Klpahulu, Maul, who, said -ho,
(tproto their tlnio, and energy to Im
proving and encouraging tho Industrial
work of their pupils. Tho Item was
Tho Senate raised tho salary of tho
clerk of tlio County, of Hawaii from
11200 n year to $200,0; Deputy Slnjrlrf
of tho District of., I'unn from $720 to
1900; Deputy Sheriff of South Kohala
from $720 to J9Q0; Deputy Sheriff, of
Hamakua from ?9Gp lo,(12Q0.
In speaking on th(a JteniB, partic
ularly on tlio salary of tho County
Clerk of Hawaii, Makekau stated that,
nuiiougn no had' no personal interest
In tho present c'lerk; of'li'awall, on ac
count of his belnif n Republican, ho
thought that tho salary should bo
Mrs. Jno. M. Ken, wlfo of tho lato
chief clerk of tho Attorney General's
department, wnB given a yearly- pen
sion of M00, without opposition.
Tho consideration of tho 'salary of
tho Attorney General was deferred
until a new man shall liavo been ap
pointed. Fnlrchlld stated that It was
necessary to get a high-priced Atto
ney-Geucrnl In order to get proper
legal advlco. Ho suggested' that1 1300
a month would bo nttractlvo to a good
nnd nblo lawyer,
Knudscn Btatcd ' that thcro'' was
nmplo tlmo for tho- Senate to find out
who tho now Attorney General would
bo, Tho consideration of tho Attorney
General's salary thcrcforo was do
ferrcjil. Liquor Law.
Under tho head pf, tlio Treasury De
partment the appropriation of $17,00Q
for enforcement of tho liquor law, was
tlio causo of n gTcatdcal of dUcussIon.
Makokuu said that tho amount of 117,
000, not deflqed ns. to Its disburse
ments, was too onorntous, Ho muved
'that tho amount bo Itemized.
Haker moved that no appropriation
bo provided for tlio liquor liisixjctor,
us tho pollco could do tho, work. Me
Cm thy thought that the.sulurlcs.of tlio
,llccii8o Inspectors should bo Itemized,
llakor wanted to know If tho said In-
j Vpcctoro would go oyer to tho other 1b-
lands, outside or tuo district or ll.oiio
lulu. Sovcral other moiubors were prompt
ly on their, feet 'and offered, reasons
"which confused tho wholo, proposition.
Tho Hem, thoreforp, was deferred, for
" Tlio salary of tho assessor of.Oahu
passed as I nthg bill, tho amount, belug
$225, Tho salaries for tho assessors of
Hawaii, Maul nnd Kauai passed at $200
pach. Tho only chango In this regard
Is la tlio, salary of tho, assessor of
Kauai, who originally received $7E,
Ilobliuou, who, wns auaessor (or Maul
for many years, stated that .Mr, Furey,
tho assessor for Kauai, was a;compo-
ent htnn and was entitled to n rnlsc.
Ho moved, therefore, that Farley lie
given n salary of $200 n month. Car
Items of deputies, clerks, etc., wero
discussed freely, but on motion of Rob
inson tho consideration of the salaries
of tho deputies and clerks, etc., wem
discussed freely,- but on motion of Rob
Ineon, tho consideration of the salaries
of tho deputies nnd clerks wns do-fcr-ed,
so that their salaries may bo
Consideration for the salaries of the
tmpldyes of the Huroau of Convey
hnccs was also deferred, on motion by
Chlltlngworth. He wanted to Itemize
tho salaries of the clerks there.
After n, good ileal of ilfBCiisslon over
the snlary o( the Superintendent of
Public Instruction, It paused nt $27E n
month ns In the bill.
"A motion for an appropriation of
17500 for Industrial training was lost.
Smith stated that the Item for In
dustrial training. In public rchooln.
Was too Important tit -bo dropiicd. Ho
held that Industrial training would en
able tho pupils, after they lenvo school,
to earn their livelihood. Coclho stit
ported Smith's contention, siieaklng of
what good Is being realized on Mnul,
Harvey opposed tho Insertion of the
Item, saying that the graduates nf the
training nchool nro rhovellng coal on
tho wharf. Tho Item, on volo being
taken,- was stricken out.
I ft PORTE 8
DOTS'AND DASHF.S FBOM
THE 'REALM OF SPORT
WINS SECOND UOOL I1LOCK.
Chlcngq, III., April 1. Cowboy
Charles Weston won tho second
block of tho championship pool
match from Champion Thomas Hues-
ton hero tonight by n score of 243
RUNNERS FINISH TRAINING.
New York, April l.--Longhoat, Do-
rnndo. Shrubli, Hayes, Muloncy, ind.
St. Yves, tho Marathon stars, who
will compete In tho $10,000 Mara
thon derby nt tho polo grounds Sat
urday, finished their training today.
WRESTLER MAIIMOUT L03E3.
Clovolnnd.'o., April 1. YuslfT Man
mout lost In n handicap wrestling
match with Jqo Rogers hero tonight. )
Mahtnout agreed to throw Rogers
twlco In nn hour, but tho Turk was !
unable to'se!aF n single fall In tho I
SUTTON DKFHATS SLOSSON. I
New York, April 1- Ily fnr tho most
exciting K-'imo of tho professional ,
championship 18.2 balk lino tourna
ment was played tonight when Geo. ,
Button of Chicago defeated Gcorgn
F. Slosson after an uphill gamo by a
scoro of COO to 460.
TOIl DENVER MEETING. Chi-
fcago, April 1. John Condon, tho
racctrnck magnate, announced today
that ho had agreed to inanngo n 30-1
day meeting nt Denver nt the request
bt the Overland Joclcoy Club. The
meeting- will begin June 31 nnd con
tinue until July 30,
' FAILS, TO THROW PONS TWO
TIMES. New Orleans, April 1.
Carl Tons twice within tho stlpula
Erncst Slegfrloil failed to throw
ted tlmo of ono 'hour In n Grnccn-Ro-mnn
wrestling match hero today.
Siegfried got one fall In 1 minute
20 seconds, but could not down tho
I)ALIX)ON RACE DATED. Zur-
S9I1, March 30. Th'o International
inlloon raco for tho James Gordon
lfennott cup will bo held on October
3, Instead of October 10, as previous
Wnsh., March 30. Dr. Roller won
RUNS FAST MARATHON 1'ltts
bure. I'a., March 30. Michael Ry
an of, the irlshjAmorlcan Athletic
Club of New York came within seven
minutes of equaling the world's rec
ord of an Indoor Marathon raco at
Exposition roller rink tonight,
. 'NOTED DRIVER DEAD East
Aurora, N, Y March 30. William
II, McDonald, tho widely known
grand clrcultjdrlver, died today nt
his homo near the.Jewottvillo track,
Paralysis wns. tho .cause.
PATHFINDERB REACH, CICAGO.
Chicago, III., March 30. Tho "path
JlhcUrB" of the New Vorlc'Autnmo'lillo
Club, who are blazing n wny .front
New York to Seattle, nrrlved hero
tonight. Tho party has averaged ICO
miles a day running time.
SHARKEY COMES TO LIFE Itos.
ton, Mass., March 30: Tom Sharkey
of Now York announced publicly
fr'ofn the ring of the Armory Athletic
Association tonight that If .Jeffrie'-!
did not chnllengo Jack Johnson with
in three months ho would Issue 11
SIX-DAY RACE Atlnntn, Oa.,
March 30, After tonight's racing.
tho standing of the (earns'ln tho slx
day bicycle raco was unchanged, ns
follows: Root nnd Fogler, Wnlthour
nnd Collins, Cameron nnd Mlttin,
Williams and Macknyj 333 miles 7
laps; Wyllo and Uardgett, 333 miles
VOU Can't 'tell by the appeamnbe of milk
whether or not it is pure. It moy he rich and reason
ably clean, but unlcss,-tKc'"BA.CTERIA
have been DESTROYED; it is not
is trustworthy. It lias been cooled to stop
bacteria development, the water taken out, and
the rich remaining product immediately, sterilized:
If you have an idea that tinned mill: isn't just as delightful to the
taste as fresh mill; its because you have in mind the old-fashioned1 con
densed milks. Try CARNATION for cooking, for tea or coffee, on
berries. Its delicious.'
Henry May & Co.; Ltdi, j'J
For eatlnc, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
Il,f Hit l. t. 1'ilcll on
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 11). tins
Hakcr's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 11), cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 Hi. cakes
For S.l. by Leading Groctrs In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCH12STER, MASS, U. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
made by woman immigrants from
NOTICE OF SALE OF OENERAL
LEASES OF PASTORAL LANDS
IN KULA, MAUI.
At twclvo o'clock noon, Monday,
April 19, 1900, nt tho front cntranco
'to the Judiciary liulldlng, Honolulu,
thcro will bo sold at public nuctlon,
Jitndcr tho Provisions of Part f, Land
Act 1S95, (Sections 278-2S5 Inclu
sive, Revised I.nwa), General Leases
of tho following lauds:
A portion of the land of Wnlakoa,
K11I.1, Mnul, containing 2,380 ncrcs
n llttlo more or Ices, to bo used for
Upsijt rental, $225,00 por-annum.
payable semi-annually In advance. I
Term of Lease, 21 years from
April 19, 1909.
A portion of tho land nf Knmaolo,
ICtiln, Maul, containing nn urea of
3,121 acres n llttlo more or less, to
lio used for pastoral purposes.
Upset rental $300.00 per annum,
payable semi-annually In advance.
Term of Lease, 21 ycarB from April
Tho Lessees will bo prohibited
from over-stocking tho premises.
Reservations regarding lands re
quired for t-cttlcmcnt, reclamation,
and or public purposes, tugether
with rights-of-way to and across the
premises, will be embodied In tho
leases of tho premlsos.
For maps, and further particulars,
apply at tho otllco of tho undersign
ed, Judiciary liulldlng, Honolulu.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lnnds.
Honolulu, O.ihu, T. H.,
Mnrcli 19, 1909.
42CI Mar. -0, 27; A'pr. 3,10,17.
Corporation. No. ices
MRS. J. R0SEHBER0.
Rooms 0 nnd 10 Young Hotel Bide,
You Want Electric Wiring Done ot
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
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UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
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ness office. These aro the telephone
numbers of tho Bulletin office.
Hawaiian Irrigation Company, Ltd.
Tho nnnual meeting of tho Stock
holder of tho Hawaiian Irrigation
Company, Limited, (formerly known
as tho Hamakua Ditch Company,
Limited,), will bo held at tho omccd
of.Thompson & Clqmons, 9 Cnmpboll
lllrtek, Honolulu, on Wednesday,
April Mill, 1909, nt 12 o'clock noon.
Tho business of tho meeting will
include, among other tilings, tho
election of oflleorB, nnd the matter
of tho consummation ot n bond Issue
fdr, tho completion ot tho Com-
pany'B Lower. Ditch nyfitchl.4
Honolulu, April Cth, 1909.
C. F. CLEMONS.
1278 tApr. 0, 10,' 13.
SEALED proposals will bo received
nt the ofll'ce of tho Superintendent
of Public Works up to 12 o'clock,
April IS, 1909, for furnishing tho
Territory with lumber to bo deliver
ed on tho llackfcld wharf.
SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF KAHULUI RAIL
A spcrlnl meeting of tlio Stock
holders or the Knhulul Railroad Com
pany will bo held nt tho ofllco of tho
Corporation, Stsngenwald liulldlng,
Honolulu, on Monday, the lOtlt day
ot April, 1909; at 10 o'clock n. m
Tor the purpose ofnccptlng tho pro
visions of .Act 39 of tho Legislature
of tho Territory of Hawaii, approved
on the 2Dth day of March, 1909, nnd
for the consideration of such other
business ns may come before tho
ELMER E. PAXTON,
Secretary Kahdlul Railroad Co.
April fi, 1909.
Hy order of tho First Vice-President.
m.. nwim 1 ,iw r-T-"iii n r
j Drs. V. K. Collins nnd A. N. Sin
i clnlr now occupy offices at the corner
tn bo liierclinntiililo ' f Hotel and Richards. Dr. Collins
Nor'wcst 3x12 Inches, about, 120,-1 wl" have offleo houra from 11 a. m.
000 feet II. M. lu lengths not lesa to 3 '" Sunday and evenings by
thnn 21 feet; nppolntment. Dr. Sinclair's hours
l'j"x 12"'about C0.000 feet II.SL, wl" bo 8:3 ,n 10 m: 4to G !' "
"xl2" 32 ft. 'about 10,000 feet "nuay ami ovenings uy nppoini-
Illddcrs will state price per thou
sand feet,, board measure, and time
Proposals must bo on blank forms
furnished by the Superintendent of
Public Works and must bo nceompn
nlei). by certified check of $2ri0.Q0
iipido paynbq to Marstpn Campbell,
Superintendent ot Public Works, ns
surety that if tho proposal bo accept
ed tho contract will bo entered Into.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Wqrks reservea tho right to Increase
or diminish tho specified amounts nf
lumber and tho right to roject nny
or all bids,
' MARSTON CAMP11ELL,
Superintendent of Public Wnrlct.
Honolulu, T. II., April 8, 1909.
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St. Clair Bidjrood, Manager.
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