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VOL. XI. NO. 4287.
GETTING FIGURES FOR NEW NAVAL ST
SENATE JUMPS ON
50th Day Morning Session
I'"nr the first time tills session the
Senate this morning failed to sustain
a veto of the Governor. Senate 1)111
No. 67, protecting Ueer In 'the Terri
tory, wm passed over tho Executive
veto, only Smith votlnc In favor ot
supporting the Governor.
Benator Qulnn, the Introducer ot
, the bill, made the motion that It pasm.
Ho said that all States In tho Union
In which deer can he found hnvo
laws protecting tho animals. The
suggestion that deer aro Injurious to
forests he rejected as absurd, In view
of the fact that they are protected In
all of the Natlqnnl pnrks. Ho fur
ther expressed tho belief that tho
Govornor had been Influenced by peo
ple having an axe to grind.
WASHINGTON, April 16, 1909.
GOVERNOR FHEAB, Honolulu, T. H. ,
The Secretary of the Treasury promises competitive plan for Fed
Senaconimittee restore-identical Dingley rate on pineapple tariff.
' " " , KUHI0.r
This cablegram "received this afternoon contains good news' that has
reciprocally unpleasant features. The nows of'the Federal bulldlngfplans'
for Honolulu Is good. The tariff nows Is not so favorable, as tho House
tariff bill gave a definite reading that protected tlie American product
from foreign output packed In sugar syrups and not of as good quality as
TO THE GOVERNOR
SENATORS WRITE HIM AS FRIENDS
Thpcr hni been a suddon change
In tho duwn-town talk ot a movement
to secure tho tcippolntinent of A. J.
Campbell as Treasurer ot the Ten I
tory. Ynterday the comment was gen
eral that an effort would be made to
have tho Campbell turn-down go the
same way as the Hcmenway reap
pointment, and several men were
active In working this plan out.
This morning a change came over
tho sltuntinn. A letter was received
by the Governor from a number ot
Senators and It was not long before
W ;n i i" '"
AN assortment of
" the nifty ties
, such as are being
worn by fashionable
New Yorkers this
CORNXR OF FORT aad HOTEL STS.
3:30 EDITION If yu want l0 fm(ljt' ' swaP jt pr scl' i! the Bu"et'n will do it quicker
I Smith Opposed
All of the Benators were In their
seats when the roll was called and
all hut tho President voted In favor
of overriding the veto of the Govern
or. I Tho veto mossage, sent down this
"I heron Ith return, without my ap
proval, Senate I1III No. CT, entitled "An
Act to Amend Chapter 37 of tho He
I vised Laws of Hawaii, relating to
game, by adding thereto a now sec
.Hon to be known as Section 459 A.'
I "Tho object of tho Bill Is to make a
close season for wild deer for flvo
months each year. It would operate
at prenent only on the Island of Mo
lokal on which Island alone such deer
I "I havo carefully considered tlila
Dill nnd have heard much for mid
.against It by those who desire n close
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the news of It reached the down
town people foicmost In the plan to
havo Campbell retained.
The Governor was seen regarding
this letter and he hanrjthlng to say.
Benntor McCarthy wus also asked
concerning It and he refused to dis
cuss tho matter. All tho Senators
closed up like the veritable claniB,
but thoy would not deny that the
Governor hnd received a communica
tion regarding tho appointment of
From other sources It was learned
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8 PAGBB. HONOLULU, TEBMTORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, ARIL 16 ,1909. S PAGES.
More Than Quarter Million Dollar Discrepency Between
Territorial Income .and Senate Appropriation Bill
Matter Probably Up To Conference Committee
Whoro tho sum ot 1133.25C.97,
difference between the total Senuto
Appropriation Hill and the estimated
revenues of tho Territory for the noxt
biennial period, Is to como from, Is a
problem that is causing tho Ways
and Means Committee ot tho uppor
chamber no llttlo disquietude. The
bill, as It passed scconU reading this
morning, calls for ,$2,818,595; tho
estimated revenues- of tho Territory
for tho next two years amount to
When the Governor sent down his
estimates ,for the next biennial pe
riod, he placed tho revenues at $3,-
331,548.45. Since that time the to
tal has shrunk to the extent ot 1610,
210.42, divided as follows;
liaising tax exemption, $17,500;
abolishing birth certificates, $2500;
Tho Hoard of Homo Missions of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, with
headquurters at Philadelphia,
through the efforts of IIIbIiop John
V. Hamilton, has been raising funds
to provldo a chapel for tho Koreans
of Honolulu, to 'be located on their
school property near tho corner ot
Heretanla and Punchbowl streets,
and the authorities regarding tho
building now used by the First M. K.
Church na being ndequato to tbo
needs of the same, It Is proposed to
move said building to the nbovo lo
cation. To this proposition the Official
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8. S, Alameda,
April 16th. 8 P. M.
4- All woll. Fine wcathor. 4D0'f
f miles out.
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Methodist CAPT.REES CONFERS
Ths value of a home consiiti
in the comfort yon are ablt
to derive from it,
A well-located lot, witk an
unpretentious house upon it,
all your own, ii the sweat
atari for a home that has real
Come in and investigate
some of the choice building
sites we now have listed. It
will be worth your while.
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
E Trust Co.,
tDM FORT STREET
rgj 'swas!.1 urns
turning over ot water nnd sewer sys
tems to Counties, $353,000; deficit
on July 1, $39,276.00; license fees to
Counties, $117,500; lines und costs
to Counties', $72,232.29; Jail receipts
to Counties, $14,202.53.
In addition to the provisions ot
the Appropriation 11111 the Legisla
ture Is confronted by the following
necessary expenditures :
Provision for sinking fund, $61.
825.15; alteration and repair ot the
Judiciary, building. $75,000: llou"
Industrial School, $12,000; addition
to Normal School, $8000; making In
all a total of $146, 825. 15; and
Appropriation for District Magis
trate), $55,089; Jails, $98,280; school
furniture, $8400; repairs to schools,
tr.A nfA. iapi nf Hnrarnmnnl li.nn.
orty, $24,00fj water and sewer sys
Capt. Itces, commandant ot tho Nav
al Station, received n cablegram from
Washington this morning asking htm
to securo figures, for tho bureau lihv--Ing
tho matter In charge, as to tho coit
of material hero for tho construction
of tho barracks for tho navy at Pearl
Harbor Naval Station.
Pursuant to this cable, Capt. rteos
called Into conference a number of
local contractors and builders. Tho
bureau of construction Is getting
these figures In order that in drawing
up plans and specifications It may meet
conditions as they eilst hero In Ho
nolulu, It wants to loam tho differ
ence In expense of brick and concrete.
Thoro Is now $180,000 nvallablo for
tho construction of tho buildings of
tho Naval Station, and the Inquiry of
tho bureau, coming by coble, scorns to
Indicate that no time Is to bo lost In
forwarding tho construction. The
builders worn closely questioned ns to
In small euantitiet samitary Mtn
aixsn. Leave otdtM for aeHvtv
Island Fruit Co.,
mb. rarer. rarai9.
1 Seats for the
say be kad thraaik tkis oMm ui
at a alifht advance- over -the refrolai
yaim of tielcaU, Hum will be o
daappotataenta. , '
TKUUT0RIAL MEWENG1R -mVIOE.
V PHONE Ml
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH OKADft, IMP0ETED
BPSma KATTBEflSEf), POE WOOD 02 IRON BEDS
JUffT EBCEIV1D. f' , iu,t
J. Hopp fc Co.,
185 KING ST.
tems, $24,020; making n total ot
Though, In the case of Honolulu,
the turning over of tho water and
sewer systems relieves the necessity
for any appropriation for thoeo de
partments on the part of the Terri
tory, It Is claimed that such Is not
tho fact in the other Counties, Whllo
tho Honolulu water systom Is a pay
ing proposition, the returns from the
plants In other Counties aro wild to
be but a fraction of tho running ex
penses, nnd .therefore cannot be tak
en Into consideration In taking stock
The original cstlmato uf tho Oov.
rrnor amounted to $3,143,220. Taking
out S17E.CC0. Honolulu' water ami
sower Hystams, anil , county approprl-
(uomtinnea on 'fact I)
tho, conditions of labor and material
under which they opcrato. Capt. Keen
will forward the result of his Inquiry
by tlio outgoing Mongolia.
, THIS FORENOON
Henry II. Macfarlano died this morn
ing at tho home ot hlu sonlnla
fleorgu Potter In Nuuanu valley. He
was suddenly stricken with paralysis
at about 11 o'clock and died shortly
Mr. Macfarlano Is very widely
known, being the eldest of tho Mac
furlano family, of whom George, Clar
encu nnd Fred Mncfarlnne are surlv
lug brothers. Ho was CI years of nge.
Mr. Macfarlano lived 'Tor many
Kara at Aliulmami, where ho was en
gaged In a general ranching business.
In tho early days ho wub Interested In
newspapers of tho city.
Ho loaves a widow and four chil
dren. Mrs, Macfarlano was a daugh
ter of tho Into V. II. Wldemann. Tho
children nre one son, Henry 11. Macfar
lano, Jr., Mrs. Ceorgo C. Potter, and
Helen nnd Mubel Macfarlano.
Tho funeral will take placo Satur
day afternoon nt 4 o'clock from tbo
rosldenca nf Mr. and Mrs. (leorgo C.
Potter lu Nuuann Valley.
185 dllorlal rooms 250 bus!
nsss cfflci, These are the telephone
pumbsrs of ths Bulletin office.
DANGER OF POCKET
l'rinpn irimrri irnn in n
Vrlll ArlrK 1 1 1 II A I
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All Bills Passed From
' Now On At Mercy
60th Day Morning Session
Today Is tho fiftieth day ot the
session of 1909 tho last day for the
nassflirn nf Mill wltlinut tliplr lmvltiir
I to run chances of the dreaded "pock
et veto." Consequently nn effort U
being made today to crowd through
as many measures pun third rending
as possible. Ten Hills nnd a Joint
resolution were on the calendar for
thq order ot the day this, morning,
but not much progress wns mndu III
disposing of them. The Joint reso
lution nnd one bill passed third read
ing; two bills wcro edferred to alt-
etnoon, una ot them having been longN
and vigorously debated nnd tho de
bate not ended, nnd the others were
not reached and hnd to hang ovof
until the' afternoon session.
A number nf new bills were Intro-1
duced, but these will havo to takei
their chances of the pocket veto.
There wns no sitting of the draft .
Commltteo this morning, tho Investi
gations being postponed until 2 p. in. I
Tho Oovernor's veto of the deer'
bill was received nnd consideration
deferred to afternoon. It 1b doubtful
If the required two-thirds to override
tho veto can bo obtalnod, as the bill
met with vigorous opposition on third
A bill was Introduced by Douthitt
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SAN FRANCISCO, April 16 Sugir: ,
Beets, 83 analysis, 10s. 5'id. Parity ,
4.20 cents. Previous quotation 10s. i
4 d. l
I IHllHIWi" w pi I
''Courtesy and Prompt
Attentioi to Patrons"
ii the standing order in our
Please let us demonstrate.
tlollister Drug Co.
There are times when economy
is the worst form of extravagance.
Not so when you buy our
They are economical at all times
because they wear so well and look
so good until they are worn out.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street v Tel. 282
people stop advertising that's
what nukes their business dull.
IXT- Every Successful Merchant in
Honolulu uses the BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey. April
10. Adena is in flames nnd massa- V
ere rnntimif in the vriVp nt ih nn.
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rising; against the Government. Two
Ameritan missionaries arc reported
j0 j,avc bccn K,jcrtt
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 10.
Five p:rsons perished and nine wcro
injured in a. fire that destroyed tho
St. OcorRc Hotel. The buildinr: was 4
a flimsy structure and burned rapid-"
ly. Many are miisinir, and a search
is being mcd of the ruins.
T0PEKA, Kan.. April 10. ,The '
Cudahy Packinj; Company was today'1
indicted on 737 counts for defraud
ins the Government of revenue on
SAN TBANCISCO, Cal.. April 10.
Tomijo Kawamoto, a Jnpan;se tic
serter from the steamship Chiyo Mu
ni, was killed today by a policeman
whom he assaulted with a knife.
WASHINGTON, D. C April 18.
Commander Gill has been crdcrotl to
take command bf the battleship Tex-1
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