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counties ot tho Territory, in tho Sen
ate It was pruned down so that only
tho Kula plpo lino remained.
Insanity BUI Through.
The Insanity bill, Hmiso Dill No.
101, then camo up for final action.
During the rending of tho hill many ot
tho ScnatorB wandered out Into tho
halls nnd thero was little more than n
quorum when tho roll wan called, Only
Drown voted "no," however, bo tho
hill passed Its third reading, though
with n decidedly weak vote.
Tho report of tho conference com
mittee, appointed to reach nn agree
ment with tho Houso Committee, on
tho amendments to Houso Dill No. 91,
tho depository bill, was adopted, tho
Sennto thereby placing Its approal ou
tho bill as It was stands.
Tho report of .tho conferenco com
mittee govs further In Its amendments
than did the original action of tho
Senate, placing the maximum interest
to ho received on Territorial funds de
posited in bnuks at 3 per cent.
Ah tho bill originally camo up from
the House, It fixed the minimum rntc
at 2 per cent, but left tho maximum u
sky limit. On motion of Senator Fair
child a limit of 4 per cent was placed
on tho nllowablo interest, lest thu Ter
ritory become nn unwilling party to a
hold-up lu case of financial stringency.
Now that maximum has been reduced
to 3 per cent.
Houso Dill No. 122, raising the sal
ary of tho Supervisors of City and
County of Honolulu from 1000 to $900
u year, died suddenly. It was up for
third reading, hut a motion to tuhlo
carried ovcrw hclmlngry.
Huufo Dill No. 191, granting to V.
A. Wall ct nl, tho right to construct
und opernto a railway on tho Island
of Hawaii, amended by tho Judiciary
Committee, camo up for second read
ing. As tho report of tho committee
wns a long one, In order to avoid n
second reading thereof, tho rules were
suspended nnd tho bill was, taken up
on second reading.
Thero was some discussion, hut with
n few minor changes, tho bill passed
Senate Hill No. 112, filing tho tax
on automobiles at 1 cent n pound on
tho weight of onch machine, was
brought up on Kalanm's motion. An
effort was made to tablo tho bill, hut
tho motion was voted down.
Kulama tried to havo tho bill passed
on second reading, but a motion to
tako n recess carried and shut off his
Fees to Officials.
Senato Dill No. HO, providing Hint
alt legal fees received by any official
oft tho City and County of Honolulu,
for tho convcyanco of property, shall
bo tho property of the officer in anes
tlon, passed second reading, tho fnv-
orablo report of tho Judiciary Com-
nutteo uclng adopted, Tho bill pro
vides Hint no feo retained by any offl
ccrs under tho provisions of tho Inw
shall exceed $50.
Thero was no opposition to tho hilt,
not oven Mnkokau moving to defer.
Filing of Records.
Senato Dill No. 147, calling for tho
filing of tho records of births, mnr
rlagcs nnd deaths, was favorably re
ported by tho Judiciary Committee,
nnd passed second rending by tho adop
tion of tho committee's report.
Sennto Dill No. J48, eliminating Ho
nokaa from tho court circuit, wns
brought up on motion of Senator Mn
koknu nnd passed second reading.
8anta Rosa Dond Election. Santa
Itosn, April 7. Tho city council voted
Inst night to call nn election on $.10,000
In 20 yoar bondB, $10,000 for n now city
hnll to replnco tho ono destroyed lu
190G and $10,000 for a now bridge
across Santa Rosa creek at Davis
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
P. E. RStrauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 5 Ox
130. House 0 rooms.
For particulars apply
WAITY BLDQ. 74 8, K3NQ ST.
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wje, wn - .-nrawr'"' rf
as applied to picture framing is a much-abused
term. It is a hackneyed word used by many
FREE OIL IS
ON TAFT'S LIST
He Says "Must" When Talking
No Duty on This Necessity of
Life Startling Com-
of his callers
Tnft has told several
In tho last two or three days, In tho
most posltlvo terms, that the coun
tervailing duty on 'petroleum nnd Us
products must bo removed. Ho makes
no conditions about It: he has put
It In tho most positive terms. "Must"
is tho word ho has used sccrnl times.
Some of tho persons who hno re
ceived Inspiration nt tho White Houso
havo been looking Into tho workings
of tho petroleum d,ut,y, and have dis
covered bomo Interesting things. Hack
in 1007 tho Hnrcau of Corporations
nintlo an Investigation of tho petio-
leiim business In this nnd otficr
countries, which resulted In the pro-
ductlon of nn Immense volume that
nobody appears to, havo taken tho
troublo to read. I(t Just now it Is
developing Interest for statesmen.
l'orlng over Us .pages, they lciirn
that Russian oils sell In Kngl.ind .mil
(Icrmnny at two nnd three icnts per
gnllon wholesale Jefl1. "'"n American
oils command in tho wholcsalo mar
kets of this country. Thero nro
about 1,. '00, 000,000 .gallons of Illu
minating oil sold annually In this
At two cents tl)c gallon, this
means that $30,0.00, QUO mure Is paid
for oil by tho American consumer
under present conditions than would
bo paid by him If Jjqgot tho bcnellt
of the lhiropenn prlcq, American oil
goes to .tho Kuropeao -markets) null
sells nt tho prevailing prices, less
than those charged ;ln tho United
States, because It Is compelled there
to meet llusslnn competition
Russian oil can't got Into tho Uni
ted States becnuso of. tho counter
vailing duty. Tho lAmorlcnn. cus
toms oflkers Impose, under this pro
vision, tho saino duty against Rus
sian oil Hint Russia charges against
American oil. As tho countervailing
duty works, tho Treasury experts flg
uro It out that tho tax on Russian oil
coming to this country would be If
uny camo 19.2 cents per gallon.
which Is away above 100 por cent.,
nnd utterly prohibitive. The first
Inquirer who went to tho Treasury
to nslj about tho ninttcr discovered
Hint tho'customs olflccrs didn't know
wlint the duty was; they had-to gel
together n lot of statistics, data, cop
les of the law, opinions nnd rulings
and flguro for nn hour before" thoy
could announce that If anybody
should do nil) thing so Bcnsclcss' as to
Import Russian petroleum ho would
havo to pay 19.2 centB duty on ,lt.
Tho argument In favor ot tlio re
tention of tho countervailing duly U
that It piotccts tho American produc
er of crude oil. To this tho' reply
Is made that tho Standard pays uh
llttlo now for crudo oil as It
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They Have No Equal
Perfect Quality . Uniform Strength
Rich Delicacy of Flavor Absolute Purity
We Recommend Them
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
rPtrV. Wn---'- . "Trtsskrtfc
pay nnd Induce production. It inn
not well pay less nnd get the oil
therefore, Instead of Inking tho two
or thrcc cents out of the consumer,
it would have to take them out of IM
own profits. And then comes n tab
ulation of Standard ptoflts, Intended
to show that It Is making enough to
enable It to Btnnd the loss without
I And, anyhow, It didn't have to pay
the $29,000,000 line, nnd something
I ought to he done to It, they nlwns
Northern Chambers of Commerce Ex.-
8I:aTTI.1:. Wnsh., March 27 At
tho Instance of the Chambers of Com
merco of Seattle, Tnrtimn, Spokane.
nnd I'ortlnnd, the Japanese Consuls
of Seattle and I'ortlnnd today extend
cd. by cable, an Invitation for tho
live Chambers of Commerco of Japan
to send n delegation of ilftcen lead
ing businessmen ot tho empire nnd
fifteen trndo experts on a visit to
tho United States In September next.
Arrangements have been perfected
whereby the party will visit all tho
leading manufacturing nnd trade
centers of tho United States lu tho
belief that such nit Inspection will
result in n grcnt stimulus to tho In
terchange of trails between Japan
mid the United Stntcs.
The party will bo handled from
the northwest cities on ti special
train und probably will proceed over
tho Northern l'nelflc to St. I'nul and
thence to Chlcngo, vlxltlng en routo
the chief trndo nnd manufacturing
centers of tho west. They will spend
not less than 90 days In tho United
Slnles as the guests of thu northwest
ern chambers of commerce nnd will
arrive In Seattle In tlmu to paitlel-
pato In Japan day nt tho Alusku-Yu-
D0O DERBY WAS
Bid BETTING EVENT
Nomo's classic dog race, tho Derby
of tho North, on which $100,000
changed hands on tho result, Is ovor.
Ilerger's tennis, Nos. 1 nnd 2, driven
by Scotty Allen nnd 1'crcy lllntrh
ford respectively, havo pulled down
the $11,000 in gold nnd will hold
for n year the Suter trophy lump, up
for the nll-Alnskn sweepstakes. Tim
winners' time wnB 82 hours 2 min
utes. Tho dlstnnco was 412 miles,
from Nomo to Candle nnd return.
Although thero wns Homo hope
thnt I'lnk's team would pull Into sec
ond place, tho final lourse became n
gruelling contest and ended In tho
order given, with lllntrlifonl seven
teen minutes behind A'llcn. Much
hopo had been pinned to the
sticngth nnd lleetncss. of tho Sibe
rian teniil, upon which $100,000 wns
posted to win, but tho team becaino
No sporting event In tho history
of tho North or South had so much
Interest as that of tho Nomo-Camllo
creek dog nuo promoted by the
Nomo Kennel Club, and few events
In uny other sporting lino havo been
tho changing of ns much money nn
a single event ns the all-Alaska
Try VAN DUZER'S
'Continued from Pace ti
of the Joint confeience committee on
llouro IUII 91. the fk-pnsltar) bill.
No Duttlng-ln Wanted.
There was a short debate on House
Dill 230. nmendlliR the Municipal Aci
so us to authorize the City und Count)
Clirk of Hrnolulu to nppnlnt his own
Kurtndo failed to tee any merit lu
the bill nnd moved It bo tabled. He
said Its passage would tend to make n
czar of the City and County Clerk.
Kahdopii tescntcd any buttlng-ln on
the nfTnlrs of Honolulu by a memhei
from Hawaii, ami suggested that It
would bo belter for the member from
tho Second to talk about things hi
knew something nbout. The Municipal
Act. he snld, glcs all the oilier Cltj
and County officials the right to np
point their own assistants; the Clors
on ly hns not this right.
Tho bill passed by n to of 2." to 2
Houso Dill 221, i elating to the tnxa
lion of Insurance companies, passed
third rending. Tho bill nmends Sec
tion 2021 of the Huvlsod Laws by pro
vldlug insurance companies, except lift
Insurance companies, need not pay tin.
two per cent tax on return premiums
reinsurance when such reinsurance It
placed through local agents. Office nud
business expenses and return prem
iums, reinsurance when placed through
local ngents, nro exempted from thu :
per cent tax on gross premiums that
life Insurance companies now pay.
College of Agriculture.
Without debate tho House passed on
third rending House Dill 228, Shingle
to nmend section 3 of Act 21 of the
l.nws of 1007, relating to the College
of Agriculture, so that It shall prmlde
for the general management of the af
fairs of the cnllego by n Do.ird ot lie
gents who shall havo power to pur
idiuso lauds, buildings, npplhinces, etc..
nil of which so acquired shall remain
In perpetuity tlio proerty of tho Tor
iltory. Salaries Booited,
Sennto Dill 127 was passed. II
amends tho County Act by raising tho
following salaries: County Clerk,
County or Hawaii, $1200 to $2000; Dep
uty Sheriff, North Illlo, $720 to $900;
Deputy Sheriff, South Kohnla, $720 to
$900; Deputy Sheriff. Hamakiia, $9Co
Diislncss being slack, Sheldon moved
to tako from the table House Dili 223,
providing for a Hoard of Veterinary
Kxnnilners, which wns tabled yostei
ilny. At Rice's suggestion Sheldon
withdrew the motion and moved to re
consider the Mite to table the bill The
motion wiih lost nud thu hill remained
deader than before.
Hope For Walnut.
A communication from Murk Rob
inson, president of tho Do.ird of
Health, was read. Mr. Robinson wrote
that ho would carry out the request
made in thu resolution adopted relative
to Charles Walnnl, nud hnvo him
brought back to Honolulu for reexam
ination ns a leper suspect.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives complete summary of
the news of the day.
Supervisors Listen To
Reports of Mayor
The Wainholo bridge Is proving n
fruitful source or tremble foi I In tfup
iTVisors. The dispute betttn-n I'.n-K
the local road overseer ami Count
Engineer Oete crops up In some rutin
r other nt everv met ting of the
Hoard, nnd what In reallv a er minor
link In the road system Is t.ipldh ns
-.liming titanic proimrtlons
I'nclo, who is n Kern appointee, hns
the backing of Ills Honor, while the
Hoard Is rtnudlng behind County l'.n
glneer Here. The I'nele forces un
making n great talk about "prai ilc.il
work" as opposed to theoretical road
building, but little has been noun
pllsbed so far.
The Wainholo bridge cropixd up last
night, as wns to be oxpeeted.,iind n
length) argument ensued. .Mayor l'ern
had been over the giouud. nnd In- ex
pressed the belief thnt JZWi'i would be
needed to put the bride In repair Sup
ervisor (Jiilnn, who. In his c.ipicliy ns
chairman of the Road Committee, has
been going over tho ground pretty
thoroughly, hud something to say ou
his own hook, however.
It developed that shorllv after the
visit of Ills Honor to thu bridge, Qulnn
iilso descended upon the work, nnd he
made an Investigation. The result
was thnt the executive estimate was
llvlited by ten. Qulnn stating that tho
repairs could be lnndo for $2i'"
County Knglneer (iero, who was
present, wns then called on to give his
views on the subject. He expressed
the belief that Qulun's estimate would
hold, were thero no storms In tho
The iiietlon of n special appropria
tion for the bridge was discussed, with
the tesiilt that $199 was set aside to ho
nlded to the money already at hand for
Dlds were opened for n new engine,
for a petrollthlc roller, and for trilsiln
other machinery needed In the Itoad
Department They were turned over
11 the County Knglneer for leport.
NOTHING JUT LAUGHS
"The Oilier Follow," n farce comedy
In three acts will be presented ill the
Orpheum tonight by the popular Kile
fords'. This comedy has more than
made good in the ICast nnd wherever
It has been seen has seined n distinc
tive hit. "The Other Fellow ' bubble
over with good humor, Is sustained by
dramatic purpose, and senmued with
spontaneous wit nnd enlivened with
such clever players, it Is sure tu bo a
't -W HAY A J fftOW'J X itlt
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"The Other Fellow."
huge suceess. Tho story concerns :i
joung ")l. I)." and his friend, tho doc
tor's Jealous wife, u charming young
widow, and with "Father and Mother-in-law"
each taking a hand In tho mix
up, ono can readily Imagine thero will
he something doing. And thero Is
something doing every minute, from
tho ilse of tho first cut tain to tho fall
of the dual ono.
There nro so many good points lu
tho piece that It is Impossible to enum
erate them, but sulllce It to say ono
will have an evening of solid entertain
ment that Is hard to beat. It has been
said by sonio clever person, that "A
little touch of liver, makes tho wholo
world blue," so If uny ono is suffeilug
with that nlTllrtlnn, let him seo "Tho
Other IV'lliiw" or "Doctor lllll" tonight
nnd at once the blue devils will vanish
like mnglc. Tho same hill will ho
phived tomorrow night, nnd at the Sat
urday matinee tho chlldien will havo
u chance to seo the beautiful rostumo
nnil scenic play, "The Two Orphans,"
Admission to tho matinee for tho
children will ho 23 cents to all parts of
tho house, and CO cents for adults He-
tween acts tho llttlo Osbom children
will nppear in tlio newest songs nud
dances. Theso talented youngsters aru
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MMysB- -. .
creating nil even bigger fuiore than
they did two yenrs ngo.
Mr. Antone Thellen, ono or tho head
overseers for tho l.lhue Plantation,
nnd his wife, celebrated their sliver
woihllng unuivei'iary last Thmsday nt
their lesldeuro near the l.lhue school.
Tho happy occasion was taken advant
age of by .i merry party of their friends
from tho nelghhoihooil who surprised
them lu the evening, nnd took posses
sion of Dm lionip, hen lug gifts und
good wishes. Harden Island.