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OUCULATION LAIiaSS)! 01 ANY
in the Territory
"prfdklj ' ttJ'topiul Rooms,
Government in the Territory of
awaii will be very much improved
- icn the Legislature puts under one
'lninistrativc head what is now be
i.j performed by three nnd rcdut.es
-.? expense without injuring the ef-
'' he Philippines aro not to be
tilted In the next four years If Mr.
.U hag an.wliltiK to do with It.
Congress Is not tied to apron
i rings but 11 did as it was told by
.te Indies when passing on suuks and
A quiet stock market dues not nee-
' junilly mean that Imslncifi la dull In
Honolulu. There b action on cvo.y
nnd nnd It Is nil In the lino of per-
Again nro the puoplv of the County
nt Hawaii reminded that good rov
crniucnt cannot be obtained by do
ing nothing during the campaign
nnd expecting to brlug enough "In
iificnco" to bear after the election to
force the wealt ones Into lino. The
time for patriotic citizens to do poll
tics Is nlwas.
What a splendid opportunity citi
zens of Hawaii County would havo
If tho law of the Territory only al
lowed for u recall election! Many
of our citizens shy frum tho recall
nnd referendum because someone, lias
shouted "Soclallsrrl," but tho Incor
poration of the Idea in our local
laws would have a mngnltlccnt effect
on delinquents who foiget that they
were ultntiU to lepusent I lie people.
Tho limit has now been reached
when tho I.eglslnturu can pnsa bills
whether tho (lovornor wills or no.
Hut this should not lead tho Legis
lature Into tho ancient folly of pass
ing an appropriation bill far nlioo
the Income of tho Territory and leave
It to the (lovernor to expend as lie
pleases. This custom Is fast going
out of favor with tho constituencies
that tlnd appropriation bills beauti
ful to look upon but of no avail In
getting money for alt tho items.
THE HOUSE INVESTIGATION.
Tho Investigation carried on by
the special loinmitteo named to sift
the charges freely u.lced by member.
o the Houw o llepiesenta Ives has
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bottom of tho whole trouble.
Thero cannot be tho slightest
doubt of the fault contained In the
employment of Incompetent transla
tors who have to bo helped nut by
members of tho House. What name
bhonld bo attached to such method
will bo left to tho so-called "gruff
committee to determine.
Furthermore, the Hcprcsculutlvo Is
In a doubtful position who brings a
man to town for n public position
and then ussists him In another Hue
of work for which ho Is admittedly
not well equipped. Thero Is n nufll
dent number of flrst-cluss transla
tors. Tho "hand-outs" to mou un
able, to competently do tho task al
lotted them, cannot hn uphold.
.And ns fur automobile hills, tho
ncUon of tho Chairman of tho Houso r certain moneys wrongfully collect
Commlttelt on Accounts speaks for It- e'1 fr licenses to sell Imported goods,
belf. Ills refusal to npprovo a bill wares, nnd merchandise, nftcr tho
that had been sanctioned by tho ,lnw under which the collections wcro
Speaker Indicates that great euro has wndo had been ileclarcd not to havo
been taken In watching tho accounts, been In force. Tho bill carries nn
nnd his testimony Is that ho believed appropriation of $i::,527.80. Tho
It vory nocessary. ! collections wero mado under tho old
U tho Investigation should not go
nny further. It should be n lesbon to
members of tho Legislating that tho
trnnslatlon of bills should bo provld-
ed for by thoroughly competent men
and not bo consldoted as n parcel of
patrimony to bo passed along to n
friend who may get tho pay for that
which Is dono by another.
.11111s for transportation nro onllro.
ly Icgltlmato when tho point to bo
reached Is not within comfortable.
trnvol by Inexpensive mutes and
means. Hut when It tomes to a trip
around tho block or tlireo blocks to
attend a social function, It mny not
bo graft, but tho sum of money ex
pended would pay n school teacher's
salary for ii month or under tho
once proposed schedulo of teachers'
salaries, two teachers'for a. month,
of Hawaii. .
Pnirifd the I'mtolhct l Honolulu
m teiondclati mUr
APRIL 10, 1000
(Continued from Pace 1)
to regulate the practice of veterinary
medicine, surgery, nnd dentistry, nnd
to provide for a boaiU at veterinary
examiner. Tlie measure, provides
that nil nppllcnnts for licenses to
pructlco us veterinarians shall ho ex
amined by tlio hoard ns to their
ciuallllratloiiH and moral character.
If any man shall treat a sick horse,
l cat, or K'nit without a duly pald-fnr
IhciiJc ImiiBliiK on the walls of his
oflleo It Is to uwt him S250 If ho Is
ou(ll,tf introduced n ball bill. In
which u new section to be udded to
tho laws relating to ball is contained.
The new section provides that any
money deposited as ball remaining
on deposit nnd unforfcitcd at tho
time of nny judgment for tho pay
ment of a line or tosts shall be ap
plied to such payment, and tho sur
plus, If nn), returned to the defend
ant.' l'urtndo Introduced a bltl which
gives tho Circuit Courts power to
compel the attendance from any part
of the Territory of witnesses In civil
cr.scs before any District Magistrate,
within such judicial circuit. -
Douthltt Introduced n bill to
amend Section 1717 of tho HevlseJ
f.uws to read us follows:
"Scc 1747. Decision by court In
v'. lting. In such case, tho court
shall hear nnd decide tho canto both
as to tho facts and the law and Its
decision shall bo rendered in writing
stating Its reasons therefor. If tho
taking of an account be necessary to
ennblo the court to complete Its Judg
ment n roferenco may bo ordered for
Joint Resolution 7, providing for
the appointment of n commission to
Intcstlgato tho stamp duty laws and
mako recommendations for their re
vision .pahsed the. House on third
reading without debate.
There wns no debuto on House
Dill 1 K 1 . Mnkekau, to authorize W.
A. Wall and his associates, successors
ntiil nttdfr.iia t.t Knuelfiirt mnlntiiln
,, , rnroail , ,.
(m (ho MmA ()f Hnwall T(e
" wmM subsidy ot mo mn.
of road constructed and operated, for
1.' jcars or less. Tho bill passed
One Bill Tabled
Tho llouso tabled House 1)111 214,
to authorize tho Treasurer of tho
Territory to pay over to tho Treasur
er of tho County of Hawaii tho fol
lowing special road fund deposits:
District of North Hllo, S1E47.01;
I'una, $1.31; Kan, SSO.HO; llama
kua, 2.r,o. The Sennto bill which
Includes In Its provisions nil tho
Counties, was substituted and passed
Thero was n hard fight on Houso
Hill 216, Commltteo on l'ubllc Kx
pcndltures nnd Accounts, providing
for tho repayment to certain persons
law after the Organlo Act wont into
onoci. ino nrgumont wns ndvnnccd
"int becauso thero nro other legltl-
n0 claims not Included In tho hill,
"' luttcr should not pass. Sholdon
nado a vigorous speech In favor of
"10 Torrltory paying Us Just debts,
" said that tho fact that thoro nro
debts not Included in tho provisions
f tho bill Is no rcaton why tho bill
should not pass.
Douthltt said ho understood tho
total of tho claims that might ho
presented was something like $18,
000, The matter had como up be
foro previous Legislatures, A bill
asking that $48,000 bo paid passed
the last Legislature, but a resolution
by Coolho was adopted, asking that
the claimants fllo their claims within
two .years. The total of the claims
i : 1
A H0MEJ0R SALE
In Manoa Valley, ten minutes'
walk from cor line, a Six-Acre Ranoh
with new five-room house. The place
has modern sanitary plumbing, serv
ants' quarters, etc. Price $4800.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
thus filed amounts to something like
Cohen wns of tho opinion that the
fact that there are others who might
have a claim against tho Territory
was a jioor argument against tho
pajment of tho claims of those who
have filed them. "I nijself," he enld,
"have a claim for $0 for a merchan
dise license, but I neglected to (lie it.
I can't see that that Is any reason
why these other people who novo at
tended to their business and filed
their claims should not bo paid."
Walwalole wanted to defer action
until afternoon. Long thought this
useless, nnd Castro said that it Wal
walole wanted to defer for tho pur
pose of making amendments, nil
right. Otherwise, ho-would object to
Wuiwulolo cut In with a motion
for a recess nnd this carried.
(Continued from Paee li '
Hoard of tho First M. E. Church has
agreed, nnd steps aro being taken to
sen mcir present jirujivny uuu rvtu1
Funds nro now being collected In
order to construct a building ade
quato to meet tho needs of tho con
gregation and provldo better accom
modations for the Sunday school, Ep-
worth League, nnd social life of tho
Usual Fatal Result. Ely, Nov.,
Mnrch 30. John niotnlck, n resident
of Duck Creek, near here, attempted
to thrust a shotgun under some bushes.
meanwhile holding tho waapon by tho
muzzle. Tho weapon wa discharged
and Dlotnlck killed.
Annpunl St. Cottage of two bed
rooniB, completely furnished, pos
session Mny 1, 1909 $40.00
Lnnlhuli Drive. Furnished cottago
of three bedrooms for rent for four
months from Mny 1st $40,00
Furnished Cottago of two bedrooms
for rent for ono year from May 1st
TWO bedroom cottago, unfurnished
two bedroom cottago, unfurnished,
Cottago Wnlk. Unfurnished cot
tago , $15.00
A Bargain in Kalilii Valley of one
acre of land with new fivcroom cot
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS,
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED B7 ONE
(Continued from Pace 11
season for tho huntsman's sport nnd
thoso who cither ns owners of forest
lands or otherwise Interested In tho
preservation of forests dcslro protec
tion from tho depredations of tho deer.
"No doubt It can be said with much
plcuslblllty that tho Dill, whllo pre
serving deer for the sake of tho hunts
man, would provo comparatively harm
less becauso tho deer on the Island of
Molokat nro at present so few In num
ber as to do little damage, and yet'H
beems to mo that this argument Is un
sound. "Tho preservation of forests on that
Island is a matter of tho greatest Im
portance to agricultural and grazing
Interests, both largo and small. The
evidence, Is overwhelming that tho deer
have destroyed much of thoso forests.
Owners and lessees of various tracts
of land havo gona to tho cxpenso of-
killing off most of tho deer and con-
;tnctmK fences to protect tho forests.
Huntsmen for sport did not keep tho
" tTom multlpllng In ruinous num.
"It floes; not setra right that deer
should bo protected during part of tho
year for tho benefit of sportsmen to
tho detriment of others who would
havo to destroy them during tho rest
of the year In order to protect their
If tho argument wcro sound that
lu ,lccr hollId lo I)rotcctC(I for tri0
benefit of sportsmen on tho ground
jthat thero nro now too fow to do much
damage, It would seem equally sound
Introduco n few dcor nnd protect
u'em In Hio bowo way on each of tho
J- . hat a
SenntoVs Fnlrchlld, Knudsen, nnd
McCarthy w,cro named by tho Presi
dent to represent the Senate In tho
conferenco In ro Houso Hill 91, tho
depositary bill, In tho amendments
of which tho Houso failed to concur.
Tho amendment fixing a maximum
rate of Interest for all Territorial
funds deposited In banks, was sug
gested by Falrchlld. As this was tho
chief point to which tho House ob
jected, tho wholo matter Is likely to
bo fought out to tho end, as Fair-
child Is known to bo Btrongly oppos.
cd to a law which will allow tho
Territory to becomo n party to tho
Jolting up of Interest rates In caso
of financial stringency.
Senator Knudscn, ns chairman of
tho Commltteo of tho Wholo, present
cd a lengthy report covering till of tho
provisions of tho Appropriation 1)111 as
nettled on by tho Scnato In Commlt
teo of tho Wholo.
Tho report was adopted, which
passed tho bill on second reading.
Lawyers' Fees Arjaln.
Houso Dill No. 188, providing for a
fee of not to exceed $100 for lawyors
appointed by tho Court to defend Im
pecunious persons charged with u
felong, passed second rending through
tho adoption nf.lho favorablo report of
tho Judiciary Committee.
This bill was framed to tako the
placo of a Blmjlar measure Introduced
early In tho session, but vetoed by tho
More For Kauai Also.
Tho county employes of Kauul. men
tinned In Houso Dill No. 84, will ro
eclvo Increased salary. Tho bill pro-
the prettiest and smartest silk fabrio
on the market thb season.
27 inoli, $1.60 Yd.
vldcs that tho following Increase
shall bo allowed: County Clerk to
$1800; Treasurer to $1800: Auditor to
T1800; Deputy Sheriff to $1500. Tho
bill passed third reading by unanim
Minor Appropriation Pasted.
Sennto 1)111 No. 107, nunronrlatlng
$450 to llquldato certain unpaid claims
of tho Territory of Hawaii, dating back
to lDOG, passed ltB third reading by
Radical Bill Killed.
A radical Houso 1)111, providing 'that
nny pollco offlccr not enforcing 'tho.
law against tho use, of flno mesh fish
nets might be sent to prison, wns
sent to permanent rest on motion of
There was n lot of bootless nndi
ment over Houso DIM No. 38, fixing
merchandise, licenses. Dakcr wnntud
tho $2 annual! Iccnso fco for tho twto
of fish struck out. Ho thought that
fishermen should bo permitted to sell
their wares without a license, Ho
only succeeded In having nctlon de
ferred until this afternoon.
A message wns received from tho
Secretary of tho Territory announcing
that tho Oovcrnor had signed tho fol
Houso Dill No. 143, Act C3, entitled
"An Act to Provide- for tho Establish
incnt nnd Maintenance of tho Library
Houso 1)111 No. in.1, Act 84, entitled
"An Act to Dlvldo tho Territory Into
Districts for Election, Taxation, Edu
cational, Judicial, City, County nnd
All Other Purposes";
Scnato 11111 No. 138, Act 85, entitled
"An Act to Amend Act C2 of tho Ses
sion Laws of 1909, Ilelatlng to tho
Expenditure of Public Money, Ilcpcal
Ing Section 8 nnd Amending Section
Houso 1)111 No. 1BI, Act 8C, entitled
"An Act to Further Safeguard tho Tak-
Ing of Property by Railroad Companies
unncr rpwor or liniment Domain";
Houso Joint Resolution No. 8, Joint
Resolution 4, relating to tho appoint
ment of n Milk Commission.
CREPU EFFECTS IN
THE LATEST MATERIALS
Paris, by tho wny, has fastened up
on a new word. Just ns sho taken
old colors and gives them fresh
names sho has tnken All tho Spring
materials and dubbed them with tho
surname, cropu. Everything is "cro-
lioii crcpu," "mohair crepu," shant
ung, collno, serge, cheviot all crcpu.
Just what It means no ono seems to
know, except that tho materials np
pear to be n trltlo rougher, crlspcr,
nnd more wolly than formerly. Oth
crwlso there is no apparent reason
for tho sobriquet other thnn the
Frenchman's passion for novelties
oven in words nnd phrases, Tho
Shoot Fellow Worker. Seattle, Slch'.
30. Without n word, Jean Corperoll, .1
workman for tho contracting linn of
Haw ley Lane, pulled a revohcr and
shot n fellow workman, flcorga Coston.
Coston died on tho way lo tho hospital.
Pais Dank Guaranty Bill. Austin,
Tex., April 8. Tho lower houso of thu
Legislature today passed tho bank de
posit guaranty bill. '
Resigns as Secretary. Oakland,
April 8. Dr. Lucia SI. L-ino, secretary
of tho local branch of tho Associated'
Charities, has resigned.
Injured In Runaway Salinas, April
8. Wlillo driving with his wlfo tonight
Dr. C. ). Outhler was badly Injured
by being thrown from tho buggy. Ills
wlfo was uninjured.
NOW ON DISPLAY
REAL SHELL MOUNTED
IN SOLID 14k. GOLD.
We have many new shapes
of this year's creations in
light and dark shell. Ask to
see our Real Shell HAIR BA
RETTES in Carved and Plain
H. F. Wichman & Co.
WHEN YOU GET YOUR
by us you will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST,
TURN DOWN ENGINEE11
4- Tho Hllo Trlbuno snn:
4- Tho County Fathom nno -t-
turned down tho demands of tho
4- citizens for n County Inglncor -t-
nnd for udUsory road comtnls- -f
4- slons. The demand for thjo latter -t-
wns inndo through n petition from -t-
Konn, wlillo tho Hllo mans meet
4- lug petition asked for birth. Com-
mlttcemen McKnV, Wrifrlit nnd
f Hois appeared before tho Hoard -t-4-
and tnado good nrgumctit In fnv-
f or of the petition, nnd tlm Super-
-t- Usors themselves nrguod tho
4- question ad nauseam. The stand
T lOKcn iiy mo vunuus uhjiiujuib -r
4- was briefly ns follows; i -4-
4- Desha: Wanted both County
4- engineer nnd commissions, -f
4- Iowls: Against engineer, but
4- for commission.
f Fernnndez: Against engineer -f
4- on argument that engineers hao -f
f not dono ns good work huro ns
4- "practical men." Favors com-
4- missions. j
f Shlpman: For engineer, but 4-4-
f Lyman: Against everything, -f
4- Every Puna voter his commls- -f
4- Knlnlwaa: Against both eligl-
4- noor nnd commissions. Can bo
4- wholo thing hlmseir.
4- Kanlanla: Ditto, as usual. -4-
t "4- -H"t- -r-r-
Hllo, Apill 13. An Important change
wns recently mado In the, Hllo Mcr
cnntllo Company, when J. W, Mnsnu,
who for so long has been prominently
connected wth that business, with
drew, his placo as manager being tak
en by former assistant manager E. F.
Nichols, who will nlso hold tho placo
of treasurer. John A. Scott Is now the
president of tho corporation, nnd J.
D. Easton has been mado secretary.
New Shipment Just in
' IN OUR tARGE ASSORTMENT
Theo. It Davies & Co., Ltd.,
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING to Tiilt SEATTLE during the time of the
' EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 16th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may be rendered them in scouring 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
You can do it, too. Get
one of our small savings banks
and begin NOW,
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort. '"'
HACKFELD TO BUILD
BLOCK IN HILO
11ILO, Hawaii, April 13. That
tho firm of Hackfcld & Co. will prob
ably begin tho erection of n new two
story concrete building and ware
house In Hllo was tho announcement
tnado by George Hodlck, ono of tho
directors of tho firm, who arrived In
Hllo laBt week, during which bo look
ed Into tho matter.
"Tho thing Is probably settled,"
said Mr. Hodlck, "I will Just go to
Honolulu nnd lay tho matter before.
tho houso onco more, but I expect
,iln, ,i. ,.(nrk .. COnstructlori will
fMl.rt . (ho nonr tulliro Ti10 now
In tho near future
building will bo of two stories, nnd
will bo of concrete, as well as tho
warehouse. Tho latter will bo built
first. Hoth buildings will bo on tho
sites occupied respectively by tho
present main building nnd wnro
housc." WILLIAM MURRAY
DIES FH MASTOID
William Murray, tho beloved son of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Murray nnd
nephew of Thos. K. Nahlwn, died yes
terday morning nt tho Queen's Hos
pital following a very serious mastoid
operation, Young Murray was a
bright and promising student nt Ku
mchamcha school nnd his body will llo
In Btnto nt tho lllslioji Mcmoilal Chap
el previous to tho funeral, which will
tako placo at 3 o'clock tomorrow nftcr
Wonrj Hong Asqultted. Oakland,
April 8. Wong Hong, a Chinese, was
nequlttcil nt 10 o'clock tonight of tho
murder of Lew Hong, who wns killed
December 10, 1908, during a long war
between tho Suoy Dong and On Ylck
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