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From Sou Francisco:
Lurllne April 21
For San Francisco:
llllunlaii April !!0
Aornngl May 1
Marania April 27
VOL. XI. NO. 4291.
BILL SOON PAO
Conference Committee Finds Dove
Of Peace Has Settled In Its Midst
- iNo Cut In School Funds
There Is every prospect tlint tho
Conference Committee may completo
Its work tonight and that the Appro
priation Dill, as agreed on by the con
ferees. may go to the House ami Sen
ate tomorrow morning.
Hather stormy sessions wcro proph
esied for the committee hut last night
according to one of tho members,
"Tho dovo of peaco made an unex
pected appearance and stayed with
tho dellhcrators throughout tho ses
The simplest possible solution of
tho problems facing the committee
men has been adopted. Tho two bills
that passed by the. House and that
from the Senuto-raro laid tddo by
side, and the Items nro considered
separately. In ench caso the higher
appropriation is taken, so that,
though the sum totnl max not bo cut
EXHIBIT MAY. GO
ON THE ALAMEDA
When the Alameda sails for tho
Coast on May 1, she will probably
carry Commissioner l.toyd Chllds ind
the Hawaiian exhibit for tho Alnskn
It was the Intention to ship the
exhibit on tho United Stutes Army
trnnsport Dlx and arrangements wcro
made with tho War Department to
make It possible. No word of tho
departuie of tho Dlx from Nugasukl
has been received, however, and It
Is feared that she may hnve been un
As the Dlx is a slow ship and re
quires eighteen days to make the
trip here fiom Nagasaki, her delay
In sailing has upset calculations. Ac
cording to schedule, the Dlx will re
main here for ten days, making
twonty-olght days at IcaHt before she
can be expected to sail from this port.
At least eight days Is required for
tho Dlx to mako the run from hete
to the Coast, to Chllds fears that,
should ho waU for tho transport, ho
will not have his exhibit on hand in
The very latest thing for autoiBts, and one that is very
popular. The cap, made of cravenette, with a double vi
sor, is serviceable and attractive.
The transparent celluloid visor is an excellent substi
tute for the ugly goggles. Come and see them at
THE KASH CO., LTD.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
3:30 EDITION yu want I0 fin(Jit' ly ' swaP t or se" jt the Bu,'ct'n W'M do jt quicker
idown greatly, all concerned arc thor
In the few Instances where cuts
! have been tnnde, tho pruning has
been done circumspectly. Schools
nre not to feel the knlfo, and the
appropriation for tho caro and treat
ment of lopers will not suffer.
On tho other hnnd, clerk-hire has
been reduced In some Instances, und
activity of the cxocuUvo beheading
nxo is not Improbable. In fact, It Is
understood that most of the cuts will
be felt by clerks who at present havo
not work enough to keep thcln busy.
Whether the revised appropriation
hill, when it comes from the Confer
ence Commltteo, will lit in with the
estimated Territorial lncomo for tho
next biennial period is a question
that the conferees have not offered
to answer. It Is understood that a
lot of cutting will be done this even
ing, however, in order to mako ap
propriation and Income lit.
tlmo for tho opening of the exposi
tion. Although It Is not settled thnt the
exhibit will bo shipped on tho Ala
meda, such Is Chllds' present Inten
tion. Tho local Army officers have re
ceived no information regarding the
whereabouts of tho Dlx.
The work of making up the exhibit
has practically been completed, and
Chllds Is only waiting for a ship to
sturt tho exhibit on Its wny.
MORE ALLEGED FENCES
Chler I.cal Is hot on the trnll of
alleged fences and expects to arrest
four of them this afternoon, refer
Nnwal has Implicated several lead
ing Chinese jewelers, nnd It is
thought they will bo under lock and
key by sundown, Leal considers he
jhus sufllclent cvldenco to send the
J lo up, and It surely will go hard with
the fences If convicted.
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
CRUISER FIRES ON U.S.
DEBATE IN HOUSE
Glanders and Farcy
Greatly Interest The
Fifty-Fourth Day Mornlnp. Session.
Glanders and farcy In horses, mutes,
asses and human beings, und mumps
In pigs formed the chief topic of dis
cussion In the House this mortilng, and
much learning was exhibited and much
oratory expended over tho interesting
subject. Tho mutter resolved Itself
Into a question of whether or not the
gentlo urt of horso trading shall be In
terfered with by a law which would
render the sale of u glandercd horse or
farcy mule ntdl and void. Kanlho was
tho chief protestant ami seemed to
tako the matter much to heart.
The debate arose over tho third
reading of Houso DIM 219, Shingle,
which provides that If any one knows
of an animal afflicted with a contag
ious disease and falls to report It to
a Territorial veterinarian, he shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor punishable
by a fine of from S to $100. The bill
also provides that tho purchaser of a
horse, mule or ass that shows symp
toms of glanders or farcy within two
weeks utter purchase may recover
from tho seller tho lull amount of the
. Coney, explained that tho objects of
thtTblll'wore to protect Innocent pur
chasers and to prevent the spread of
contagious dlseasos among animals.
Kanllio objected strenuously to tho
passage of any hill that would make it
necessary for him to have his animals
examined by n veterinarian before ha
could sell them. In a voice choked
with emotion he told the members
what a hnidshlp this would be to him.
Desldes, one can't always tell when
un ass is sick. Wo are hero today and
tomorrow wo are gone. I.Ike the grass
of tho field, wo wlthor. Tho wayB of
Providence are past finding out.
Wulwulolu related tho sad sale of a
horso that died at Wulluku three days
ufter It had been sold by a Japanese,
He considered that this was sufficient
argument for tho passage of tho bill.
Coney told Kanlho that even n hum
an being Is liable to contruct glanders.
Kanlho was willing to take the risk.
And, anyway, ho said, thero Is no et
erlnarlan In Kohala.
Koalawaa was afraid that he might
hao a case of glanders about his placa
without knowing It, und would bo pun
ished for his Ignorance of tho matter.
Furtado moved tho provlous ques
tion, but tho subject of glanders was
an Interesting ono to the Houso and
thoy voted iho motion down.
Kawewehi had an Idea. Sometimes
pigs nro born with big necks, he said,
"8upiso I havo a litter of pigs with
big necks. Would I bo punished for
taking euro of them?"
Tho Houbo didn't know hut conclud
ed let him tako a chango on It, and
passed the bill by a vote of 23 to 5.
Tho Houso voted to adopt tho report
(Coatiaa s 9t J)
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usually takes such steps as
will lead to it. One object of
every true man is to provide
for his family's future. Life
Insurance will do it.
Moore's Measure Slides
Through By Close
rAXATION BILL IS RELEGATED
10 SENATORIAL SCRAP PILE
Insanity Bill Also Oces Through Its
Third Reading Three Per Cent
Is Maximum Interest on
Fifty-Fourth Day Morning Session.
Senate Dill No. 141, protldlng that
propel ty-owncrv shall be taxed to pay
for tho sowera passing their land,
passed third reading this morning- by
the narrowest possible margin. When
the i oil wus first called, I'nlmer Wods
wub absent, and tho vote stood 7-7.
Moore usked that Woods bo sent for,
nnd, though tho President had already
announced that tho bill had fulled to
pass, tho roll was called over ugaln.
Woods voted '"yes," and the bill passed
third reading. The vito wus us fol
lows: Ayes Coelhn, Falrchlld, Knudsen,
McCarthy. Moore. Qulnn. and Woods.
Noes . Daker, Brown, tfilllngWorth,
(larvey, Kalsmnj' MnkekuU and the
This bill provides that tlio'half mil
lion dollars uxiK-ndedoti tho construc
tion of tho Honolulu sower system
shall bo paid buck by the persons own
ing land along the Hues of, tho sewers.
Ten ) ears Is allowed for the payment
of tho money, which will amount to
nbout $1 a front foot, and the pay
montB nro to be made In ten annual
Tax Bill Is Dead.
Houso 1)111 No. ISO, the tax bill, on
which the Senate spent three dus In
Committee of tho Whole, was tubled.
It should huve come up for third read
ing but Senator Fnlrchlld expressed u
fear that It might only serve to com
plicate matterH and perhaps result in
u reduction of tho taxes, n contingency
which he considered dangerous consid
ering tho present status of the Terri
Kula Pipe Lines Goes.
Ily unanimous consent-1ho Senato
this morning concurred In the House
amendments to Senato Hill No. 123.
appropriating $100,000 for the Kula
pipe line. Tho Houso tacked on an
other $100,000 for Honolulu wharf and
ThlB bill started In llfo with provi
sions totalling considerable moro than
u million dollars und calling for Im
provements In practically all of tho
in small quantities sanl'tary con
tainers. Leave orders "for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
Seats for -the
may be had through this office and
at a slight advance over the regular
Srioe of tickets. There will be no
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD Wt IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. t J4l j
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 RING ST.
APRIL 21, 1009. 10 PAGES.
BY THE GRAND JURY
Chong Ye Pak Charged
With Libeling A
The Territorial (Irnnd Jury made
n preliminary report this morning.
I returning two Indictments und three
Tho( Indictments are against Chong
Ye Pak, for libel of tho Chlnens Con
Mil, and Mau Sing, for robbery
Chong Ye Pak wilt bo arraigned
tomorrow morning. Mnu Sing plead,
ed guilty to tho charge against him
and was sentenced by the Judge to
six months' Imprisonment.
No-truo bills were returned In the
rase of David Manuel, who ryus
charged with assault and battery:
West und Iluddhu, charged with rob
bery; nnd Shlkaria, charged with as
sault. SENATE WILL GREET
Former Vice President Fairbanks
will bo received at the dock by Pres
ident Smith nnd a delegation from
the Senate when ho steps down tho
gangplank from the Chlyo Muru to
morrow morning. 11 has been de
cided eminently proper thnt tho ex
preslding officer of the United Stutes
Senate should receive his first official
welcome nt tho hands of the upper
chamber of the Territorial Legisla
ture, and arrangements have been
Mr. Fairbanks will bo Invited to
the Capitol, where n reception will
be held, probably In the Hull of Hep
lesentntlves. At Just what time this
reception will tnke plnco will not be
settled until the distinguished visitor
has been seen, and his wishes In 10
gard to the matter have been learned.
Hut little will bo done towmd
making entertainment plana until
Mr. Fairbanks has been consulted.
Btf'For Pint" oartft -on salt at
ths BulUtln offln.
New Officers Of
A meeting of tho Mutual Telephone
Company was held this morning and
the officer of the reorganization were
named as follows:
J. F. Hnckfcld, president.
r. A. Schaefer, vice-president.
O. II. Carter, treasurer.
C. H, Atherton, secrctnry.
E, F. Illshop, Auditor.
The reports of tho retiring treasurer.
Mr. von Holt, und of Manager Ixdilgh
'Tooth and Nail'
Brushes, all Prices
We nre out for business,
tooth and nail.
KUHIO AND PARKER
REACH Lpl ANGELES
LOS ANGELES, Cal April 21.
this city the guest of Samuel Parker.
Delegate Kulno in an interview
orously opposing the proposed reduction on the duty on pineapples.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey. Annl 21 It is reported that an ngrce
iinent has been reached between the contending forces seeking the con
,trol of the Government, by which the Sultan will remain and his Cabinet
VANCOUVER. B. C, April 21. The American fishing sc.hcor.er
Charles Levi Woodbury has been cap'ur'd by the Canadian cruiser Kcs
tral. The Woodbury is alleged to ha, re I: n fishing within the three
mile limit. Foar volleys from tlw machine gun of the Canadian cruiser
were necessary to bring the Woodbnry to.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., April 21. The ice gorge at the Falls
threatens the bridge and the hotels.
M0MBASSA, Africa. April 21. Ex-President Roosevelt nnd his party
arrived here today. They will make this place the hcadqunrteri of
CRUISERS IN SAN FPANCISC0
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 21. The cruiEtrs California and Ten
nessee of the Pacific Fle;t arrived line tcJuv.
were presented. The new olllrcis nn
the men who wilt itetnrminn tin. fnlnrr
of the telephone s) stem of the rlty This
iioaru or Directors win Decide on the
basis of the nmalgnmatlou with tho
wireless company and to what extent
tho material of the present system will
bo used in the Installation of the auto
san FBANnisrn nni Am-ii on
SUGAR: 06 degree Centrifugals. 3.88
cents, or $77.60 ner ton. Previous
quotation, 3.02 cents.
(SJf'r'or lili" oarda at Bulletin.
t iisi j l.i I
NEW SPRING STYLES
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 75 CASl'.S OF NEW
'09 MODELS FROM THE FACTORY OF E. P. REED &
CO., IN TANS, PATENT LEATHERS, AND GOLDEN
New and dainty designs, just n little in advance of
any others. Not shown in this ad. because we have no cuts
that will do them justice.
WtEN BUSINESS IS DULL soms
people stop advertising that's
what makes their business dull.
Z3tf Every Successful Merchant in
Honolulu uses the BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Delegate Kuhio of Hawaii is in
given today stated that he was vig
COOKE LIBRARY TO
BE OPENED TODAY
At I o cluck this afternoon thu
Cooke I. limit y of Oahu College will
be fiumall opened. A special Invi
tation has been extended In the mii
tees of the College to the peoplo of
Honolulu and an excellent piogr.itn
has been prepared.
Thu presentation of the kes of tho
lllirarj will be in ado by Caroline
Cooke, daughter of Mr. and .Mis. C.
M Cooke, Jr. Finnic V. Damon,
chairman of the Oahu College l.lbrari'
Committee, will nccepl tho keja on
behalf of the College Music will bo
furnished h thn llojs' (Hoc Club. Af.
ter the ceiemoules the trustees of
O.ilui College will hold n reception
timl the guests will then be shown
through iho building.
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