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EVENING IIUUCETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., THURSDAY, "APR. 15, 1909.
MILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. '
rfly eyery day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of eaek wk.
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Vnllnco R. Purrlnaton, . - Editor
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OF SCIENTIST'S TALK
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The Man Who Knows
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
In the Territory of Hawaii,
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Every man, woman, and child able Mature, which makes the fourth po
:j do so should visit the exhibition of sltlon of responsltilllly, nml possibly
Aork from the schools of this Tcrri- Rlory, that has been shouldered onto
'cry now on disolay in the National Campbell. He is Superintendent of
tiuard shooting-gallery. This exhib-1 Public Works entitled to one man's
' is a liberal education in what the full time; n member of the Hoard
rtildrcn of this Territory arc doing. ' "' Agriculture, n member of the
.'ny person' who can look over thisi"oarl of KcReuts of the College of
vcrk and then hold that manual
raining is useless must be cither dc
.".eicnt or fat-witted.
If Cliarli'x IliiMnec were made
. rensurt-r Hie (iucriior would huvc;niiKlit not to be.
in Independent man In his official j It Is not n matter of money, as the
'amlly. P'easure of being a commissioner has
r rrr- n 0tli?r remuneration than glory
ViunR Turkey Is making Itself nni, ,ttlC9 !iny ,linn.ily of time It
. aim i.iu iiiou.i u is siie.iiiuig ,
mere drop In the bucket to the
i laughter done by the Old Order to
"Don't Consolidate" cry the nd
vocutes of the Old Order that has
fought loe.il government from tlio
llrst. And then these hypocrites turn' ,, " ,,,,, , , , ,,, , ,t
.. .. , ....... ........ . .. .. .shows either a lack of public spirit
around and claim that It Is only In
tho Counties that efforts are made to
Increase tho number of Jobs! Terri
torial nlllres should be consolidated
If It Is possible and It Is possible.
"Tnilff agitation Is now losing its
effect. It Is already recognized that
tho l'ayne bill Is so full of objectlon
ajlo features that It will have no
J. M ft 4-Wk. lllllfltnt.nH Ife I It a Qam4 M ft t
from Hanker Clows' latest circular)
may bo taken as nssurancc that Wall
Street doesn't expect the tnrirt to
undergo anything more serious than
a tinkering that will uot hurt much.
Tho nppolntment of Treasurer
Cnmnhell nil thi. Llnnnr CnniinlsHlnii
Is now recognized as u mistake. HeUlcro ls " wl,Ier representation on
had enough to nttend to as Treas
urer. The same rule applies to oth
er officers of the Territory who nre
paid a salarv to occimv n nost that I
should recehe undivided attention. I
finvernnr I'rnar Imvlnrr timl ,,n r-
cent experience, ought to have
enough judgment to prevent the rep
etition of an error mado by his prcd
tcctsor In olllce.
Tho dally newspaper Is the most
vnluublo advertising medium for nny
bank seeking local business. There
Is no better way to icach n largo
number of persons cheaply nnd
fectlvely. The newspaper Is a part
of tho dally life of tho American peo
ple. It goes everywhere. Every
body reads It. Kvery day It conies
entlroly fresh and new. If he Is wlso,
tho advertiser In It makes his mes
sage frcsli and new dully, too. Tho
dally newspaper can best give tho
constant repetition that wears away!
forgetfulness and forces attention. It
enables tho adversary to tell his sto
ry quickly. It makes It possible for
him to reach many whom ho could
roach to advantage In no other way,
as ovoryhody who reads nt nil reada
somo newspaper. T. D. Mncdregor,
manager Hanking Magazine, In an
address before tho .American Insti
tute of Hanking,
ONE MAN UNDfORTK POSITIONS.
Onicials of this Territory are fre
quently attacked with "spoils" of
appointing ono man to overy posi
tion In sight.
Far be It from this n.iticr to ralso
nny criticism against any man
lug to accept all tho positions offered
him mid able to give each the umount I imsoat holders of licenses to practlco
of attention a proper performance of I medlclno. In that tho medical exnmln
duty demands. Hut thero are mighty 'ors, selected from their number, would
few who believe that tho twenty-! bo permitted to Impose such standards
four hours each day allows will' ot efflcjency ns are obtainable only In
admit of tho dlWslon necessary. H' larBeBt .cl"L'8 f U'0, Unln' II"1
,, i, i i,,, , I V, , . , ' thus provent a now mun from pract c-
Something bus to bo slighted. ,n(. Iloro ttll0 ln,B,,t ,, cqllaIljr r moro
Any number of Instances of ono emclent than tho oxumlnlng board but
man for fourteen Jobs, moie or less; not in touch with their particular
might be pointed out. They nre tho! school of medlclno.
usual thing In tho history of tho Ter- Tho substltuto bill lets tho osteo-
rltory of Hawaii, and would be abovo1 paths In on tho ground floor, Instead
criticism If tho results were benell-'"' excluding them from practlco ns
clal to general administration audi111'1 tno orlRlnal measure. Tho bill
tho person Involved provides that licenses to practlco osto-
n.. t... t r i lopathy may ho granted to graduatos
lion James Morgan has been ,,!,,,. ioinati from any regular
rushed for qulto a period, and hav- bCiml of osteopathy, provided further
Ing held nearly every honorary offlro that a certificate to practlco osteo.
at once Is gradually beginning to pathv has first been obtained from tho
pass Into the background. iHtutf lloaid of KxamlnorH of tho Stato
Tho .Immedlato figure of promt-'
neuco Is Marstnn Campbell. Tho
Governor hns now appointed him to
a now commission created by tho Les
F! Sfi Mould. .., .9 .Ho
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Vtt Y.hi anvwhtrc In Canada... I.flo
P.Mear postpaid, foreign 2.oo
Enlritil m the rotoffic at Hoiiolili
M fttcoml -clans matter.
APRIL 15, 1009
Hawaii, nnd now on a commission to
upportlnn the Income tax. Some of
these positions are doubtless the re
sult of holding the post of Superin
tendent of Public Works, but this
p,perly followed up,
11 Is n pure case of getting ono
man nnd "rushing" him Into every
board In sight. Now It Is Morgan
nnd Campbell. Tomorrow It will be
someone else. It is habit rather than
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.among the citizens of tho town, or a
failure of executive o Ulcers to appre
ciate the valuo of getting as many
men Into public work as possible,
Hum broadening tho interest In pub
lic Institutions nnd bringing In new
Ideas nnd obtaining a representation
from all the elements of the city and
This ono mnn for forty positions Is
"'"j'1 ' ""r "ollt c n tho flrst ,I,,C0
and therefore mighty poor "govern
ment. Tho nverage man usually feels that
there are enough loyal citizens to do
tho work required of public boards,
although ho may not be enthusiastic
over bervlng on one himself. Unless
the public boards this average man
gets tho Idea, and sometimes he Is
correct. Hint ono gang Is trying to
nln everything and tho clique rule Is
worked to tho finish. Whether this
'"all B lUea IS right Or llOt, If llfl
thinks bo another kicker ls created
who might better be a supporter.
Centralization hns Its values, but
the successful administrator Is the
man who secures the assistance of
(he largest number of citizens In pub
lic work, and gels the largest num
ber of community or factional eln-
meats nctlvely at work for the com
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been hung up In commlttco for a
long time, wns finally led out, Its
neck 'aid on the block, nnd tho axe
burled In Its quivering tissues.
Douthltl's medical bill was also
slaughtered and a substltuto hill,
which looks ns If It might have been
drafted by nn osteopath, took Its
placo on the calendar.
There was no debnto on any of tho
measures except Douthltt's bill to
raise the maximum limit of Impris
onment on conviction of assault and
battery to a year. This bill was
killed, mainly through tho efforts of
Itlco and Castro,
On recommendation of tho Health
and I'ollco Commlttco Houso UU 131,
relating to tho practlco of medlclno
and -surgery, was tabled and a substl
tuto bill introduced. Tho commlttco
wlll-lojpresscd tho opinion that tho passage
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until such time as thorn Is nn osteo
pathic Hoard appointed for Hawaii.
ciihlnn Bin Dead
Coclho's flBhlnb bill, 8. B. 'Unintend
A HOME FOR SALE
In Manoa Valley, ten minutes'
walk from cor line, a Six-Acre Ranch
with new five-room house. The place
has modern sanitary plumbing, serv
ants' quarters, etc, Price $4500.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
ed to shut tho Orientals out of the
fisheries of Hawaii, Is as dead us
Julius Caesar's ghost. Tho Health and
I'ollco Commlttco acted as executioner,
wielding the axo ou tho measure. Tho
"Tho object of this bill Is to prohibit
aliens from fishing within certain lim
its from tho beach lino, confining them
to deep-sea fishing only. Although
this bill would allow thorn to fish be
yond tho reef, It would still provent
them from fishing for tho required
bait, which can only bo obtained with
in the prohibitory zono nnd thus lui
poso upon them an unnecessary hard
ship and expense.
"Your commlttco believes that tho
passing of such a bill would defeat tho
objects sought, but on tho other hand
materially ndvanco tho price of fish
to consumers all over tho Islands, and
whatever few might be benefited, tho
wholo community would be tho suffer
ers and moro particularly tho Hawaii-
"Your committee, therefore, recom
mends that this bill bo tabled."
Th report was unanimously ndopteil.
Coclho's Senato Hill 3, was also
killed by the adoption of the report
of tho Health and I'ollco Committee.
This bill was. to authorize tho Hoard
of Sujicrvlsors of each county to estab
lish and maintain hospitals. Tho bill
was tabled because tho Houso has al
ready passed a bill turning over to
the various counties tho establishment
nnd maintenance of Just such hospitals
as aro referred to In Coclho's bill.
Senato Hill D8, Hrown. relating to
property exempt from taxation, was
tabled on recommendation of the
Finance Commlttco on tho ground that
tho subject matter has already been
covered by Houso 1)111 180, passed by
Houso Hill 213, to provldo for tho
reimbursement of the Territory for
tho cost of tho Kill a plpo line, was
tabled, ob being already covered by
AnapunI St. Cottage of two bed
rooms, completely furnished, pos
session May 1, 1909 $46,00
Lanihuli Drive, Furnished cottage
of thrco bedrooms for ront for four
months from May 1st $40.00
Furnished Cottage of two bedrooms
for rent for one year from May 1st
TWO bedroom cottage, unfurnished
Two bedroom cottage, unfurnished.
Cottage Walk, Unfurnished cot
A Bargain in Kalihi Valley of one
acre oi land with new flve-room cot
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS
WLEB OF SEA BRIDQ2D BY ONE
Senato Dill 140.
Alfonso's garnishment bill, II. I).
193, which Is intended to obvlato tho
necessity, In cases whero a garnishee
Judgment has liecu Issued against a
debtor, of Instituting n now suit In
caso the person garnlshccd shall quit
his placo of employment and obtain
employment elsewhere, mot with no
opposition when It came up for final
Tho enactment Into law of Houso
UIU 198, by Douthltt, which was on
third reading, would probably create
la class of professional Jurors who
would hang about the courts In tho
hope of being able to turn a. penny
now and then by sitting on a Jury. Tho
bill provides that when a sufficient
number of grand or trial Jurors cannot
be obtnlned from the regular panel, or
whenever thd panel Bhnll for any ren
;son become less than tho maximum
,' number allowed by law, tho court may
'order tho Sht'Hft to summon extra
1 jurymen. "Three additional grand
Jurors and' thrco talesmen for trial 'Jur
ors may bo summoned from among the
'bystanders, If nb objection Is madd by
'any party Interested." Tho bill, 'how
'ever, passed third reading without nny
ono pointing out tho obvious effect'of
such a law. "
, Animal Quarantine. i'" '
1 Houso'HIll 196, Wee, which Increases
tho powers of the BoaM 6t Agriculture
and Forestry In regard to'tho examina
tion, quarantine nndi wtleru necessary,
of tho destruction' of nnlmalt" passed
Its third reading without opposition.
I Houso Dill 20G, Douthltt, raising the
I maximum limit of Imprisonment'' tion
.conviction of assault und battCTY'from
six months as at present to orlo year,
'was killed on third reading. Sheldon
vigorously defended his bill, hut 'Cas
tro and Hlco attacked it and shot it
full of holes, ltlco contended that If
tho courts wcro given tho power to
send a man to Jail for a year for as
sault and batter)', there would bo dan
ger that prisoners charged with graver
offenses might bo allowed to plead
gmiiy oi U8gnuu and battery and thus
CBcapo the punishment they should
An Old Judfjment.
Senate Dill 102, to provldo for tho
payment of tho Judgment for 13002
rendered January ID, 1905, by the
Judge of tho Third Circuit Court In fnv
or of David K. Dukcr against Alatau T.
Atkinson, A. M. Drown, Ixirrln An
drews and George P. Knmauoha, was
taken up on third reading.
The enso referred to Is tho old tres
pass caso of South Kona. Tho same
Villi was introduced at the 1907 Lcgls-
miure, uiu railed to becomo law. Tho
bill passod third reading without op
position and now goes to tho Gov
ernor for his signature. Long, as ono
of the attorneys' in tho caso, was ox
cused from voting.
Tho House without discussion passed
Senate Joint Itesolutlon 2. providing
for tho nppolntment of a Commission
to examine Into tho matter of private
holdings of land occupied prior to thu
Senato Hill 115, supplementary to
the Conservation and Immigration Act,
and providing for tho expenditure from
tho general revenues of money for tho
Hoard of Agrlculturo nnd Forestry, Ex
periment Station nnd Hydrographlc
Survoy, until tho ono fourth of tho
special fun becomes available, passed
Senato Hill 124, relating to accounts
of executors nnd administrators, passed
tthlrd reading without debate
Shingle Introduced a bill which pro-
the prettiest and smartest silk fabric
on the market this season.
27 inch, $1.50 Yd.
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Prof. T. A. Jnggar, Jr., of thd'
Massachusetts Institute of Technol
ogy gavo nn Illustrated lecturo on
volcanoes last night nt tho Univer
sity Club, where a large number of
scientific men assembled to hear him
Speaking from his personal obser
vation of volcanoes and' tho move
ments of tlio enrth, Prof. Jaggar said
that Hawaii presented many advan
tages for the study ot terrestrial phe
nomena on nccount ot Its locality In
tho intddlo of a great ocean.
He said that tho Japanese havo
taken a leading part In this research
and thnt their empire has establish
ed seismic observatories. Ho then
procecdod to tell ot his own experi
ences In connection with tho various
volcanic eruptions which havo taken
placo recently. ,
Itev. Charles F. Dolo of Boston
also spoke. Justice S. M, Dallou In
troduced the speakers.
Confirming his cablegrams prev
iously published Former Vice Presi
dent Fairbanks has written the
Chamber of Commerce tho following
letter: 1 most heartily thank you
nnd tho members ot tho Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce for tho Invi
tation you send to stop over In Ha
waii on my trip to the Orient. 1
Bhall be very glad to stop as suggest
ed. My present plan Is to sail from San
Francisco on tho Chlyo Mnru on
April 10th and resume my Journey
from Honolulu on the Mongolia
It has long been my dcslro to visit
the Hawaiian Islands, and I look for
ward to the fulfillment ot my wishes
with the utmost pleasure.
Mrs. Fairbanks nnd our daughter,
Mrs. John W. Tlmmons, accompany
me. Very respectfully,
(Signed) C1IAS. W. FAIRBANKS.
vldcs that nny person knowing or hav
ing reason to believe that any animal
on his own premises or thoso of nnotli
er ls afflicted with glanders, farcy or
other Infectious disease, who shall fail
to report tho samo at once to n Terri
torial veterinarian, shall bo guilty ot
a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of
from to to $100. The bill further pro
vldcs that tho purchaser of any horse,
mulo or ass that shall develop symp
toms of glanders or farcy within two
weeks after tho ilato of purchase, may
recovor from tho seller tho full pur
chaso price, together with rcasonablo
CAIITER At Hllo, Hawaii. April 13,
1909, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carter, n
LENNOX At Paauhau, April 10. 1909,
to Sir. and Mrs. Wm, Ixmnox, n
NEW - TO-DAY
FLOWERS. FLORAL PIECES, WED
mm BOUQUETS and CURIOS.
When Honest Competition Hurts a
Rival, He Squirms.
Miss Caroline llorgcs ls In our cm
ploy. She ls trustworthy und Is au
thorized to make purchases In our
firm name. Sho has not made nnd
will not make purchases In the name
of a woman whose employ she left
Low Prices at
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Mr L B Kerrof L- B KERR & co-LTD-is one of
the most liberal users of printers'
ink in Honolulu. MR. KERR'S
ad. bills run into the hundreds of dollars every month
and he has been doing this for years. If any merchant
- in this city is capable of expressing an opinion that
may be classed as "Expert," that man is L. B. KERR,
and this is what he says: "I have tried all forms of
advertising in the papers, programs, and billboards of
Honolulu, and I have reached the conclusion that the
afternoon paper reaches the people who buy the goods
far better than the morning paper has ever done, and
I desire to place th e EVENING .BULLETIN
at the head of the roll of honor as the Best
Advertising Medium in this City; the Bulletin has
always paid me the largest returns on the money -I
have spent for advertising.
New Shipment Just in
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PURPOSING to visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 15th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that astistanea
may be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
modation. Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file,
Most of the great fortunes
have been built up by men
who began life without capi
tal. They SAVED MONEY till
they had enough to invest at
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arid begin NOW.
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Capital and Surplus, f 1,000,000
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
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