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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T.H., WHONHSDAY, AlIt. 111909
RELIEF FOR HEAD
Purohasing Agent Clause
Eliminated By Bill
That Passes House
Forty-Seventh Day Afternoon Session
Desperate erttirtit luul been insuli'
diirliiK tho niKiii reress bv the ila-t
incut lienila to Induce the HeirvwJn
live tu joiiol Section 8 of Art 2.
which provides Hint nil Territorial i
penilltures shnli bo imido by or wVh
the npprovnl of n vurchuslnn nRint.
The (lovcrnor, lm, It appeared, hid
taken n hand In Hie cmtriivoin Mid
had naked SIiIiirIi- and olherH to do
what thoy could to got the uhnuMoni
ShliiRle's efforts In this dtiectlon
mot with strenuous opposition on tho
part of Kaleiopn. whoso recent raini
ness fled when ho took the llooi to
oppote the amendment tu Sen.ito 11111
138. proposed by ShlliRle. )
Kaleiopn bitterly oppos-d tin'
amendment. "Tho whole tumble Is."
ho said, "that tho ilopurtnient lie id'
wiiYt to have tho entire cotmol o tin ii
liirblciilal appniprlallons so the can
spotid tho money for liack hire oi
otnoke hire or any other old hire "
Cohen characterized ttie iiiirchniliiit
agent clause as a bill to rreate a t'z.u-
who should bo able to crock tho whli
over the heads or the ilopiirtim-nl
chiefs. It affords, ho said, iinllmlteil
opKirtunlt. for Kraft.
Coney and Itlco linlli supported tho
amendment promised by ShltiKle to
tepenl Hie jiurchmlnK iiKcnt claupe.
mid on nto liclns? taken tho nnieml
metit was adopted by it ilarrow margin.
The bill as amended then passed
third lending by 18 to 10.
Kurtado and Knmahti submitted a
mlnotlty report on llouro Hill lSU. au
thorizing the rvpnjnieiit' of merchan
dise Ilcotn.cs collected In liioo arter
the Organic Act went Into effect. The
leconimended the tabling of the bill on
.various grounds, alleging that the
claims would never liavu been present
ed had It not been for tho efforts oj
persons, "to us unknown, who agitated
tho bringing of n claim against this
Territory, to further their prlvnto prof
it." This hill, or ono like It. had been
presented to previous Legislatures
closer to the facts than this Legisla
ture, and had been rejected, and If they
thought It wise to reject tho claim
there appeared no good reason why
the present Legislature should do oth
erwise. Ilesldes, the Committee nig
gested, the claims nro barted by tho
statute of limitations.
Nawnhlno wanted n report from
Illcc. who tho day beforo had not
agreed with the majority In tho full ex
tent of tho bill, but Itlco said ho had'
i-lgned the majority report nnd agreed
that the claims should be paid, ills
agreeing only on n little matter of S3.".
000. Itlco is depending on the hill be
ing pocket vetoed, na It probably 'will
bo If It iiasses the Lcglstatmo.
Sheldon mnilo u long ipecch In
wallan, which cnrcfiilly was not trans
lated, ngalnst the adoption of tho min
ority committee report. Sheldon Is
the only member of the House who Is
allowed lo translate his own speeches,
unl lie has the cheerful hnblt. of talk
ing for fifteen minutes In Hawaiian
ami two minutes In Hnglish.
Tho mlnurlt tcport was not adopt
ed, Hint of the minority bo selected m
the better. The substitute bill of
the I'ubllc Hxpetidltures Committee
was I lion Introduced and passed first
reading, being teferred to tho Printing
Depositary Bill Back.
The much amended Dojiosltmy Hill,
Hotic Hill !H, came hark fiom tho
Senate. Consideration of tho amend
ments was defered to today. Cohen
said tho bill Is so much amended that
It could not bo recognized ns Mio orig
inal House Hill.
Primary BUI, . ,
Castro's I'llmary hill wits t.ihen up
on second rending, and on motion of
Castro was refened to n Hpoclnl com
mittee of seven, consisting of ono from
each district and one at large, with
Huildy as chairman.
Shingle Introduced n bill to nmci.
Section 3 of Act 41! of tho Session l.nvvs
of 1!mi3 relating to public offices.
Soions "Spend Afternoon
In Committee Of
All, the freak letters nro not from
the Japanese. The following from
Hamburg has been received by a local
Herewith J beg to recommend 3011
my Ann to tho mediation of the trans
ports to ami from tho continents.
My good lelatlous to shli-owncra
onesldes, as well ns my active and
merry Intcrcimiw) with those other
sides, compass me, to promise you
fairest and readiest expedition, be
cause .1 am latitude In tho best man
ner of the perhaps occured llitctuntlons
In freights, nnd being strlved to avail
tills for my commlttois.
If it tieats to larger and current
transactions, than J am willingly
rvad, to mediate m contracts Willi
Khlp-owncrs on separately reasonable
rates and conditions, nnd J assure you
absolutely, trusty, nnd best perception
of your Interests.
Enclosed you find any Dispositions
Tickets for kind dlntilbutlou to your
offer suppliers nnd farthers, nro with
pleasure for your disposal.
In awaiting of your kind reply .1
Yours very truly.
Dies on Train. Portland, March 30.
Ii. V. Wnlcott. an attorney of flrnnd
Rapids, Mich., died on a Southern Pa
cific train last night en route from San
DKI-'KNDS HIS TITLE. Chicago,
III., March 2C. Daniels, the world's
champion swimmer of tho New York
Athletic Club, will defend his nation
al tllle In tho 100-ynrd Amcrlcnn
Athletic Union event hero tomorrow
47th Day Afternoon Session
The Scnnto yesterday afternoon
took up tho consideration of llouso
Hill 1S3, dividing the Territory Into
districts for election, taxation, edu
cational, Judicinl, city, county, nnd
all other purposes.
Knlama moved that certain amend
ments bo inado In the trlangnlatlon
districts of Maul. His motion failed
to get u second and the bill passed
Committee of the Whole
In Committee of tho Whole, tho
consideration of tho salary for tho
president of tho Hoard of Health was
discussed. Chilllngvvorth held that
the president of tho Hoard should bo
satisfied with about S1S0 n month.
Later on ho reversed his position and
moved thnt tho salnry of S275 a
month should be paid to tho prcsi
dent of tho Hoard, who, ho said,
should ho a physician.
riilrchild stated that tho Secretary
of tho Territory would possibly bo
made president of tho Hoard In tho
neap future. The salnry of J27G for
tho president of the llcnUh Hoard
Chltllngvvorth mado a motion,
which was adopted, thnt tho powers
and duties of the Hoard of Health,
should not bo turned over to tho
Counties at this session.
Tho salary of tho secrctnry of tho
Hoard passed nt S17S a month, aR It
Is now. Tho stenographer's salary
passed nt $90 a month. Tho clerks
wero given an appropriation of
I'ndcr the head of sanltnry In
spectors for Honolulu, Knlrchlld said
that tho salaries for theso Inspectors
should not be mado largo. Smith
held that inspectors for Honolulu
vvcio necessary In view of tho Impor
tnnco ot the city. Tho Item of
$17,280 passed. The Item Is to ho
divided, ono Inspector at $12S and
seven nt $85 each monthly.
Mnkeknu moved that tho sanitary
Inspector for Hllo bo paid $1G0 a
month nnd his assistant $85 a month.
On motion of Qulnn, $1G5 per
month was" piovldcd for tho chief In
spector of sanitation nnd sewers for
Honolulu. Qulnn snld nt tho present
tlmo tho building permits nro Issued
by tho Department of I'ubllc Works
nnd tho plumbing permits by tho
Hoard of Health, making a lot of
bother for tho plumbers.
Coelho nnd Kcbtnson wanted to
rnlso tin- salary of sanitary inspector
for Mntil, but after tllscusMon It
passed nt $125, Coolho asked for a
provision for nn assistant Inspector,
It is possible to sit up til1 wo
a.m. to finish an
interesting book, and thereby incur a
bad headache and an all-day grouch;
some people do it.
Again, it is possible to 'drink so
much good beer that the organic func
tions are severely taxed; some people
do that. Too much water would be
Good beer, in moderation, is good
for one. Nothing else will sharpen the
appetite and aid the sluggish digestion
like a glass of beer with meals. In
Honolulu, drink , f
Tb c 3 eer That's Lftrewcd
To uit VThn riimaiJ j
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but received no second.
Tho salary of the food commission
er and analyst passed at $150 a
Attorney Hobcrtson, who held
down a seat near Chairman Knud
scn, said tho Counties could appoint
sanltnry Inspectors Independent ot
tho Territorial sanltnry inspectors.
Ho stated, however, that should any
differences over arise na to tho juris
diction, tho Territorial sanitary In
spectors would naturally have au
thority over tho County Inspectors.
Bacteriologist and Pathologist
ino salary ot fiiu tor a oactcrioi-
oglst nnd pathologist passed ns In tho
bill. McCarthy stated that tho po
sition Of bacteriologist was too Im
portant to bo nbollshcd. For tho
Moloknl physician the salary wan
raised from $75 to $100, on motion
of Knlama. Salaries for tho physi
cians at Mnkawno, Wnlluku, and La
hafn, who nro receiving jC:C a month
each, came up for consideration' and
they finally passed ns In tho bill.
Mooro stated thnt tho physlclnns
of Ewn, Walanne, nnd Wnlnlua vvcro
getting $10 a month each, but wero
not kicking nhout tho salaries.
Mnkeknu asked that the appropri
ation for n rat campaign nt Hllo be
raised from $5000 to $6000. He sta
ted that the Hoard of Health Inspect
ors of Hllo caught nnd destroyed
moro rots than tho Honolulu Inspect
ors. Tho Item passed nt $6000. Vat
Maul tho item ot $3000 passed for
tho rat campaign.
Tho salary of tho physician at tho
leper settlement passed at $300 a
Cnjo of lepers, segregation and
hospitals, pay roll, passed nt $50,
000. Tor caro of lepers, segregation,
and hospltnl expenses $1S8,S20 was
Coelho asked thnt a new building,
furnishings nnd equipment bo pro
vided for tho Kaplolanl Girls' Homo'
in Kallhl. lie asked thnt nn appro
priation ot $15,000 bo Inserted. Car
ried. Ho said tho Sisters wlio nro
caring for tho girls In Knllhl havo
been living in an old nbandoned wood
Knlrchlld, who supported tho pas
sago of tho appropriation, said that
tho Administration mado n mistake
In erecting tho Hoys' Homo whero it
Is today. He stntcd that tho present
Hois' Home may bo given up for tho
use nnd occupancy ot tho girls nnd
a new building built for tho boys
whero they can utllizo tho surround
ing land. Tho subject ot tho Homo
as to locality was postponed to bo
taken up lator.
leoer Settlement Breakwater
Coelho asked for $0000 for a break
water nt tho leper settlement. Qulnn
snld that the Senate had given every
thing that had been nsked for by tho
lepers nnd thought that tho amount
asked for was unnecessary.
l'nlrchlld thought the officers ot
tho Kodornl Government would even
tually fix up tho present landing at
the settlement. While Smith agreed
with Coclho's contention, he thought
tho Federal officials ot lighthouses
and other departmental officers would
recommend provision for a better
landing. Tho item ot $600 was kill
ed. Falama Hospital
Maker asked for a liberal appropri
ation for the maintenance of tho
I'alama Hospital, but ho was downed.
Tho consideration of tho appropri
ation of $24,000 for tho maintenance
nnd support of tho Queen's Hospltnl
occupied the attention of tho Sena
tors. Coelho stilted that tho phst
clnns of the Queen's Hospltnl bnrred
out certain people) from being oper
ated on by prlvnto physicians In tho
hospital. Hi own cited an Instnnco
where tho assistant clerk of tho Sen
ate was refused permission unloss ho
paid for caro and nsslstanco In the
After much discussion, tho mntter
was deferred until today.
WHO Pays for the advertising?
There are still a feVv non-advertising-cori-" -cerns
in this enlightened age that clairn they
can give better value than others' because tlicy'do
not spend money in advertising. It would be just
as sensible to say that they can give better value
because their trade requires only one salesmanl Does
advertising add to the cost of selling goods, or reduce
it? Let's sec: , i
A shoe store oavintr 10 per dav for ' -
rent, and selling ten pairs of shoes, would ;
have to charge you $i per pair for rent
alone. - '
If, by spending $10 per day additional., t ...
for advertising, the same store can sell ioo
pairs of shoes instead of 10 pairs, 'then the -rent
and advertising combined would cost - -
only 2oc. instca,d of $i per pair. ' '
'It is the volume of sales that reduces the cost
of selling. And the quickest and easiest way to get
volumCjUvhen you have the right kind4' of goods, is
Let us have a- talk.
The Chas. R. FrazierCo.,
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Alsp prices and samples ot the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the Jjest ot form
for smart functions.
PUTTING IT GENTLY.
Tho sages of tho general storo wore
discussing tho veracity of old SI l'er
kins when Unclo Hill Abbott ambled In.
"What do you thinks about It, Uncle
Hill?" they nsked him. "Would you
call 81 Perkins a liar?"
"Wall," answered Unclo Hill slow
ly, as ho thoughtfully studied (ho cell
ing, "I don't know ns I'd go so far as
to call him a liar oxactly, but I do
Know this much: when fcedln' tlnv
comes, in order to get any re3ponsi
from his hogs, ho has to get somebody
clso to call 'em for him." Kverybod) '
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