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EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLUMT, -Tilt.-'SATURDAY,-'APRIT; 10 1000'
Don't Forget T:Dtz$ir Gur-rey's
i r.. i v )
A MtstlVM fWl
HAN A is for the house.
It makes the kitchen floor
shine like a brass plate
in the sunlight. The
people who began using
year ago have continued
to use it ever since, be
cause it involves less
work than 'any other
If your grocer cannot
supply Vou do not accept
a substitute. There is
nothing quite so good
and Fred L. , Waldron
Telephone 12 or the
Honolulu Soap. Works
Co. will fill your order.
TSae Pond Dairy Tel. 890
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
TIIE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
nnd 40-IL P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
, ASSOCIATED GARAGE.Ltd
Merchant St. Phone .388.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright GO,
King Street near South
Gentle Drivintr Maro with .Phae
ton. Price reasonable. Suitable for
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
, tutai, &.lJfaU&JJtlLb&- iJtMdAtmt. ii'tiilMbmk ? I'ihr.iUtJh.n i iti bMM' . r (fr-
Soap is for the
in Honolulu delivered daily to
all parts of the city.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
41S Queen St
BEROSTR0H MUSIC Co., ltd.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, ' Bills" of jSale,
Leases,. Wills, Etc Attorney for, the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310. .-,
HENRY MAY & Cp
King Street, Ewa of riihmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
1 KT DULLCTIN ADS PAY -fJJ '
(Continued from Pace t)
providing for n loan fund for Inter
nnl Improvements, this morning
rame forward its tile father ot an
Administration measure embodying
many of tlio provisions of the sub
stitute 1)111 recommended by tlio ma
jority of tha Ways nnd Means Com
Tlio discussion of tlio 111 1 In ques
tion brought forth no little opposl-
tlon from thoecwho opposo the grn-
eial Idea of County -taxation ind
Bomo of the arguments were decided
ly heated. Coclho started the 'jail
rolling by making u motion that tlio
minority report bo ndopted. l'nlr-
chlld moed tlio adoption of I ho nu
Jorlty report. Tho motions nrtiycd
the signal fur n general discussion,
President Smith turning over tho
Chair and defending to tha floor.
Senator Smith Insisted that Son a
tor Falrchlld's plan for having tlio
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different Counties of tho Territory
jenr tho cost of their own lutcninl
Impiovcnicnts was selfish and nn-
fair, Sjld ho:
"Kuual. Is n small County nnd, In
in oportion to its size, Is thickly pup
dialed, nn compared with other lul
uids. Such rt plan would work well
In that case. Hut I call tho nttnn-
Ion ot the Sonator from Kmiii.1 to tho
fact that Hawaii, with Its great ex
imnpo of territory, and Its compara
tively small population, Is In n dlt-
"Kauai can nfToid In bear tha ex
'icuse of her own Internal Improve-
nents; Hawaii, with her great dti-
nnces, and tho many roads which
need maintaining, cannot. 1 repeat,
inch a stnnd jis'thut taken by tha
jenntor from KnuAI can only bo con-
I'nlrchlld objected to tho chnrgo
if selllshncss, Btntlug that his taxcK
n tho Island of Kauai aro but small,
Alille those that ho pays on Oahu
mil Maul nro far from It. Smith
mid that ho did not refer to person
ll Eolllshncss In connection with tho
3cnntor from Kauai, and was only
Then a general discussion was In
lulgcd In, various Senators express
ing themselves. Mooro said he want-
id to go nn record as opposing any
plan to bond tho Territory for tho
linking of internnl Improvement
ilo believed that tho wator systems
ind so forth should bo turned over
o tho Counties and that tho Conn
ies should then rnlso tho monoy
needed, on tha security of surh
works, to mako tho necessary Im
Ills plan was characterized as Im
practical and tho question was raised
is to tho authority of any .County to
'also money on nny ot tho public
utilities, should they bo turned over.
Tho Idea advanced by Senator I'alr
'hlld and approved by the Admlnts
tratlon Is that tho Territory shall
irocuro tho money needed for Couti
ty Internal Improvements by a loan
run or otherwise, and turn It over
o tho Count les. Tho Counties are
hen to innl.o tlio necessary Improv
nents and the money will bo thnrg
i to their accounts.
Tho tnx of ono-quartcr of 1 per
cnt., which Is authorized In the sub
,tltuto bill submitted by tho major
Ity of tho Ways and Means Commit
'cc, and as Is nlso provided for In tho
Jill which Sonator Coclho Introduced
this morning, shall bo used to cstnb
'Ish n sinking fund for tho repay
ment of tto money. In other words,
iho money ndvnncod by the Territory
to any County for Internal lmiirot
nents, Is to bo considered only In tho
light of n loan, and It will dcvolvo
Ipon tho County getting tha money
'o make arrangements for IIh repay
ucnt. Tho debt mny run on for jeniB, or,
& C30fe ITJhM&Z
'3jrtivi,.d i r.a s:i T?T "?
I AM AH -' l V KM PW.C fiSfff
i r-ti-n. "i
In case the next session of tho Leg
islature shnll conclude to turn all
power Of taxation over to tho Coun
ties, under certain restrictions, tho
accounts will bo rendered to the dif
ferent Counties which will not only
be charged up with moneys that may
be advanced them tinder tho proposed
law, .but win. also hnvo handed out
to them their share of tho debt al
ready Incurred for Internal Improve
Coclho's bill, Introduced this
morning, which has tho approval of
tho Administration, Is ns follows:
"Ho It enacted by the Legislature
of tlio Territory of Hawaii:
"Section J, Thp County of Maul
shall pay to tho Territory, 'on tho l-n
tercst dates of any bonds that may
bo Issued by the Territory, tlio pro-
ccedsof vhch shall l)o expended fur
the construction or Uiu .Kula pipe,
line, Interest upon an amount equal
to tho par Value of the said bonds at
tlio rates specified In said bonds, and
nlso such sum annually on tho sac
..ml ullfli Intxrnol ,1.1.. .,.! '(I .,h,n
dale - each year thcreartor, during tho
terms for which such bonds nro Is-
sued, whether afterwards refunded
or not, that tho aggregate ot such
sums so nnmmlly paid, will, coin-
pounded annually at said rato of In
terest, eqURl qt tho expiration of slid
to nil said par vnluc, nnd the Auditor
of tho Territory is hereby authorised
to doduct from tjio amount ot any
warrant or wurrants nthcrvvlso Issu
ablo by him to the Treasurer of snld
County, such amounlH when duo as
iro rcqulrod by this Act to be paid
by said County, and propor receipts
shall thereupon bo oxihange? be
tween tho Treasurers of the Terri
tory nnd kalil County; provided, that
said County may at the option, of )ts
Hoard or Supervisors pay on uny such
Interest da to such a sum ns will with
the accrued value ot tho amount
previously paid, other than Inlcrrst,
eqtia) -tha amount so tsued at par,
and thereby dlscjiarco all Its obli
gations created bythls Act, and the
sums so paid In final settlement shall
be deposited to tha credit of tha
sinking fund provided for by Act 07
ot the I.UWH ot 1907 In addition to
tha amount required to be; so depos
ited by said Act.-"'
"Said County may tnko over tho
said ptpo' lino ''upon Its completion
nnd receive tho 'revenues thereof so
long ns if maUM" dcmult In Its
obligations created by1 tills Act nnd
properly maintain 'snld pipe line ni
Its own expense."
After considerable discussion, ac
tion on tho whole, business was de
ferred until Tuesday nftcrnoon noxt,
when, nt 2 o'clock, tho Sonata will
again get down to 'business In Com
mittee of tho WhairV
Senator I'nlrchlld, under suspen
sion of tho rules, Introduced a bill
providing for nn additional proporty
lax, the money to ho expended In In
ternnl Improvements. Tho bill pass
ed first .rending and went to the
Ways mid Menus Committee
Houso Illll No. 170, which pro
vides for tho refunding of tho bond
ed Indebtedness of Hawaii, pussc-l
Ito third reading by unanimous con
Rent. Houso Illll Nn, 177, regulating tho
erection of factories', workshops, pol
shops, boarding houses, and so forth,
pnsred third rending by uhanlmous
lonsont. Tills bill was. framed to
lakn tho place of tho boarding-camp
measuro which was vetoed by the
'Artlon on Coelho's health bill wm
deforrcd until Monday nfternoou,
When It will bo considered In Com
mlttro of tho Whole.
Tho Senate was of divided opinion,
with reganl to tho ndvlsnblllty of
raising tho pay of the employes of
tho County of Hawaii.
Mnkekau said that It was not a
question of party politlrs with tlio
Hawaiian delegation. Tho mnmbcs
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nT$y'iF tf$wmCib xO WrSJ
l t ii ;rw"j tii 4 - i ii i , i
copyright, iwe, or the .ew ychk eycmxo teLecrU 1i.sh VcJik iisnuD wu
nil felt that certain ot tho officer
wcro entitled to more money. In
particular, lip mentioned the Couu'v
Clerk, cu whose shoulders, Insisted
he, felted n heavier burden than on
any other nlTJrcr of tho County. The
UtUl'l lliUVUI III IIIU IsUUIIl. l,,v..
bill passed, 11 to 3, the vote ueln!notc. As n matter of rac1, tnu ssuaio
Aoa llukcr, llrowif, Chilling-1 "As I rend tho rules," said i.o-u, u
worth, Coelho, Harvey, Kulama, Mn- l Hip duty of tho Clerk to furnish tho
koknu. McCarthy, Moore, Robinson, House with the minutes. I feel that
nnd Wbotla. Noes I'nlrchlld, thin question, which has been bronlim
Kntidsen, and the President. Qulun for some time, rhould bo settled onco
was absont. I '"" nil, whether tho stenographer
House Hill No. 138, prohibiting "hall be nllowe.l extra compensation
tho salo of ccrtnln Iced fish, passed for transcribing the minutes, which I
second readies, claim Is tho duty of tho clerk.
Action on Hotfo 1)111 No. 161, pro- Sounds Dad.
vidlng for nn Insanity commission, "" seems to me lint tho expression
was deferred. r Brnft "aC(I m "''" House would bet-
House lllll'.No. 107. for tho relief tor hl" 1,ecn eliminated I believe
of tho illlo L'lcctrlc Cbmpany, and province of this Hoiuo to do
Houso Illll No. 189. rnlslng the sal- clilo whether It Is graft or not.
nrlcs of tho oillccrs of the County' "To my mind Iho resolution li n ren
of Maul, wcro referred to tho Ways "wh'e ". " " " extravagance
and Means Co.nmltteo ,,1!r0 Ma otllcr extravagances vvc
A petition. was received from tho nlR''1 ,,ellcr 'lo hout.
(thinner.- tt'l.nrf Cmmnltten of Illla.
l.rMll.Silm- nl-nlllal H,n nrltnn nt tho
1 .......,. ..n... ...
Houm In cutting an appropriation
for sanitary work at lillo out ot tha
'Continuedi from 'Pact' tl
,toi has been browlpK for suvcrnl days,
'it "was known that Stenog-vphpr Jim
l.lnyd was not Bntlsflcd. LaBt session
Stenographer, Koarns made, It Is al
leged, $4200 Out of tho Job, being paid
extra for transcribing his notes, am'
In addition to that having tho handling
of nil work connected with getting up
copy far tho 1 1 ouso Journal.
This year tho Speaker appointed a
Journal Committee, niuj Lloyd's gilcy-
anco Is that tho clerk ot this commit
tee, Nngaran Fernandez, lias been tak
ing his transcription of tho mlnutii
and mnklng copies therefrom for which
ho receives full pay, whllo Lloyd Rets
nothing, not oven pay for transcribing
Some days ago Lloyd tried to lnvo
this remedied nnd put In n request that
hu ho paid tho regular rato for trun
scribing nnd for copies. Tho Speaker
and tho Committee on Accounts con
tldered the matter and turned Lloyd
Apparently, IwwovejY ho refused to
nbldu iiy this decision, and appealed
to other members of thu Houbu for aid.
This resulted In tho Introduction by
Alfonso of thu resolution quoted and
thu prompt breaking of a btorni that
shook thu Houso to Its foundations.
Tha Speaker's dcllbcrato characteriza
tion of thp purpose of tho resolution as
graft was tho prima cause of the
With tlio reading of tho resolution a
frown gathcicd on Hostcln'H face.
This, ha Bnld, appeared llko a slap at
thu Accounts Committee. Then ho
launched Into a slow, deliberate anal
jsIb of tho resolution ns It appeared
"Tho people do not pay a stcnog
tapher $10 a day to sit In a chair or to
wrlto a lot of hieroglyphics that can
not bo understood by thp Houso. If
tho Houso wlthcH to (ako away from
jhp Speaker tho responsibility plnced
on )W .shoulders by tho Ilulcs, it can
"As for asking compensation for
transcribing from tho original minutes
tho Speaker objects to It. Tho Chair
has had expcrlenco In past legislatures
In regard to what Is called Graft! I
l egret lo brjng these, matters up, hut
the. resolution vvns Introduced without
my knuwledge. Tho pcoplo might as
well know that as long As I am In tlo
chair I will not toeratb any such reso
lution.' It Is thu penplo's money wo
A Stenographer's Worth.
Long stated that It had been tho cub-
loin In liatt legislatures that trnnscril;
ln was not Included In tho work of
tlm Stenographer unless ho wcro pniwScM Its Error
extra for It. Court stenographers,
2&ML liaJ l bmPJPW-
though pnld specific salaries, to taUo
down shorthand reports, arc paid extra
when n transcript Is desired. Long
made tlio erroneous statement that
tho Scnalo stenographer Is allowed ex
tra compensation for trnnjcilblng his
t"i.i..".. .-. ..
has no stenographer.
' nonesny neneve mm wiinmii n
Stenographer tilO Work Of tills HolISC
....., ..... . . .ll.l..t A...t I l.nn
l" "" ""' "u -"'-""V"""-" ' '
""V l'0 that u competent slcnog.
rnpher cannot be employed In this
(Territory to sit here for $10 a day
I without further compensation."
A 6qua-e Deal.
Long spoko n second time nn the
question. Ho Insisted that tho ste
nographer Is not getting a sqtinru deal.
He said ho knew that tho minutes of
tho stenographer aro taken by other
clerks and retyped and tho work paid
for. This money, ho Insisted, should
go to tho stenographer. "To Illustrate,"
ho said, "I t pe the minutes nnd 1 don't
get paid. TIiIh man copies the typed
minutes nnd gets pair for It Where's
the Justice In that? It Is a rank In
Rice Has Enough.
"I feci," snld Hlce, "that Ihcro ore
tcvcral members hero who think they
can run tho cnnimlltco on Public Kx
pcndltures better than It Is now- run.
I herewith tender you my resignation
as a member of tho commltte I would
bo glad to get oft tlio committee. It Is
tho worst committee in tho House to
servo on. I was sorry, Mr. Speaker,
when you put mo on this committee.'
Would Let Lloyd Talk.
Cohen asked that tho stenographer
be allowed to mako a statement before
tho Hoiifo of his position In thu mat
The Speaker ruled such a request
out of order, saying that If tho stcnog
raphcr wished, ho could make n state
ment to a committee.
Will Support Holsteln.
Itlght or wrong, I am going to sup
port tho Speaker," said Shlnglo.
"Now Mr. Speaker, it seems to me
Hint it Is time for this Houso to put
Itself on record as to whether or not
It Is going to support Its Speaker
and Its Public Hxpendltures Com
mittee. I move that nn ayo and no
vote bo tnken on this question."
Sheldon moved tho resolution be
tabled, nnd the ayes and noes wcro
Btcnographer Lloyd Immediately
wrote out his resignation nnd left
It on his desk, but later tha Speaker
returned It and Lloyd was asked to I
hold oh n day or two, as some nr-J
rangement might bo made.
A Waird Bill
Alfonso Introduced on,o of the
wlerdest bills that has yet been be
fore tho House of Representatives.
It provides that district magistrates
shall ho appointed by tho Hoards of
Supervisors of tho various Counties.
Racli magistrate shall bo a resident
of tho district for which he Is ap
pointed nt least ono year prior to ap
pointment and shall have practiced
law In tho County In tho District or
Circuit Courts of tho County for nt
least n year.
Tho Supervisors aro also given tho
power of removal of magistrates.
Hire Introduced u bill relating to
tho turning over to tlio Counties of
Tho Scnato bill
to remedy tho
'j i? acL.f.J tsfe J11"!
And People Are Seeking
Less Expensive Ones;
Mcrjryde has come permanently
Into tho ii row, that prlco being
iradlly offered all along the lino this
The stock market was very quiet
today, as it always is ntter a holi
day. Hut the securities are all hold
strong at tho quoted figures, Tho
ncw-B from Washington yesterday
was rather disquieting, as It Indl-
ated that there might be some mix-
up over the sugnr schedule when It
arrives In the Senate The report ot
today, how over, brought bad, tho
feeling of confidence Since tho Sn-
Jie Plnance Committee has agreed
lo the President s kchome for a defl-
nlto quautltv of sugar from Uie 1 h 11-
ipplnes, It Is probable that the sugar
schedule will not bo seriously at
tacked. Sugar in such an Important
.ource of rovenuc that the tariff -an
net he reduced unless there Is some
general demand for It
Hnwailan Commercial dropped
back considerably this morning, hiv
ing sold nt $1 15.75. Hwn did the
sanio nt the morning session, and
Oahu Sugnr fell off fifty cents t
hare. Public Interest at the pre
cnt seems to be In tho lesi expensive
stocks that are obviously very much
bcovv- their real value. Reports re
ceived from Olaa this morning ire
that the weather has been much bet
ter for 'planting nnd tho percentage
of sugar in the Juice has Increased
under tho influence of tho clear
Walluku paid Its first 3-pcr-cent.
Ilvidcnd today nnd Paauhau and
Hutchinson paid 20 nnd 30 cents n
It Is still an Investor's market and.
although next week may not wilne-m
any notable change, there Is noth
ing to lower the market perceptibly.
Tho sale of Hawaiian Commercial
seems to hnvo been ono of those
"shaken out" by tho first news from
Tho real cstnto ninrl.ct Is attract
ing "nn increasing amount of atten
tion. Tlio news that tho work on
I.ellehun would begin next July hnd
the Influence of strengthening tho
market. It moans Hint the pprmn
ncnt woik will follow rapidly nnd
that all means more permanent pop
ulation. Heal estato agents all report In
creased Inquiry nnd thero arc sonn
good-slr.cd deals on foot, but tho ma
jority have been transfers of small
Houso Illll 185, providing that Cir
cuit Judge3 sitting In chambers shall
bo Judges of the Juvenile Court, and
Houso Illll 181, making tho Honolulu
Circuit Judges Judges of the Court of
Land Registration, passed tho Houso
this morning after a hard tight against
them by Rice.
Jtouso mil ISO, the general taxation
revision bill Introduced by Rico In con
formity with tho recommendations of
tho Tax Commission and the Tnx Ap-
IK'al Court jiasscd Its third leading by
unanimous vote In tho
Bulletin Bnsiniss Office Phone 290,
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189.
"purchasing agent" clause of Act 02
passed first reading. On motion ot
Sheldon tho bill was placed on ,spo
clal order of tho day for 11 o'clock
The following Senato bills aso
passed their first roadlng in tho
8. II. 117, relating to the payment
nnd rato f Interest of delinquent
8. 11. Ot, to strengthen tho law
prohibiting tho expenditure of pab-
11c money In sums greater than f 500
(or auy purpose except when sealed
tenders hnvo been called for.
8. II. 103, defining tho powers and
duties of representatives of estates
of decensed persons In tho manage
ment nnd distribution thereof.
P. E. RJJtrauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. nt Kapalaraa, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 50x
130. House 6 rooms.
For particulars apply ""T
WAITY BLDO, 74 S. KINQ PT.
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