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Mamma April 27
THE MERCHANT who drops out
of his regular place in the paper
or lets up in his advertising cam
paign, drops out of the public eye in
proportion to his false economy. No
live merchant tries nowadays to get
along without the BULLETIN.
3:30 EDITION Bulletin Advertising is a Vital Part of every good store's Service to its Patrons
VOI. XI. NO. 4292.
8 PAGB1 HONOLULU. TBRBIIOORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1009. 8 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
'Amt ','"l- ;
FAIRBANKS PARTV GOVERNOR'S GUEST
Bill'' Would Grant $600
.' To Supervisors Of
SENATE HAS BUSY SESSION
AND PASSES MANY MEASURES
Tax on Automobiles Qoes Through
and LiRht-Weij-ht Cars Will
Now Be Popular.
55th Bay Morning Session
Maul's effort to secure n general
raise In Hillary for county ofllcers luul
ruthcr nil iinRutlKfnrlory result iih far
us this morning's session of the Sen
ato wiik concerned. Ilouuu Hill No.
189, embodying tlio desired Increases
In salary, camo up (or tlilnl reading,
Imt dlssentlnn In tlio Maul camp fur
nished nn excuse for lajlng It aside
until n Inter tlnte.
An Inability to ngrco nu tlio salary
of tho Sheriff furnished an excuse far
the othor Senators to step In. Cool ho
reiKirtcil adversely on tlio proposition
to Increase tlio Halnry of tlio Sheriff to
$2)00, sajlng. that that officer often
Tuakon us- much as -$300 n month In
fees. Hoblnson Insisted on the raise,
mid Kalama backed him up In his con
tention. Herons tho thins could he
settled, however, Knudson Jumped In
to the breach ami moved that tho hill
lio referred back to tho Maul tlclcga
(Continued on Page 4)
STILL IN AIR
PRISON LABOR BILL
Jfiilousy Of Outside
Members Causes its
.RI0'7-'210 Ar-r"-h r-ff 1Fma rE1 erreHx
-, , . . . . . - - ,
JN'o Salary For Board of Health
President Hospitals and
Wharves Still Walt
The expected compromise on the Ap
propriation lllll did not materialize last
nlKlit, and the Joint Conferenco Com
mittee took mi adjournment with $107,
210 north of Items still awaiting uc
tlon. The Items for Bchools havo escaped
with little change. Tho provision for
manual training, jut out by thq Houso
and returned by tho Senate has been
Incorporated with tho appropriation fori
books, libraries and so -forth, niul
though tho Increase, In the latter ap
propriation is not lnrgo enoimh to In
corporate the entire $COO0 contemplat
ed b ythe Senate, Is ct suincleiit to"
It Is felt.
Tho largest Individual Item on which
action has been deferred is the appro
prlntlnn or $49,000 for hospitals.
Thero was such n hopeless diverg
ence of opinion on this subject among
the members of tho Conferenco Cum-
niltteo, tli.it all of tho hospitals, with
the exception ,of the Queen's, wcra
placed on the 'waiting lls for the tlfno
being. The, appropriation of $iG,0M
for tho Kaplolanl Girls' Horao.wa.t also
forced to wait for a while.
Incidentally, no provision hae yet
been roado for n salary for tho pt evi
dent of tho Hoard of Health, nor has
tho $30,810 for sanitary purposes bctfll
considered. Mkcwlso tho Hanalcl anil
RESOLUTION FOR SCHOOL
COMMISSION GETS AXE
Rreckons To Retain
Rest Of Term
United States District Attorney Ilolicrt W, llreckons this
inornliig received n letter from United States Attorney (len-
onil Wlukeisham which virtually clears lilni of all tho charges
made ugulnst him by Ucformcr Thwlng.
The letter simply advises him that ho will bo permitted to
retain his ofllce for tho remainder of his term, which lias about
live cars lo run yet.
No icstrlctions are placed upon Mr. llreckons as to prlvato
practice, except that ho must not engage himself as counsel for
persons who nre habitually In litigation with tho United States
As ono of the principal chaigos ngalhst Mr. llreckons was
that he wan engaging In piivute pinctico, it Is evlilciit that this
Is not looked upon by the present Administration ns anything
"'IB ' ' ' T1 ! I . ..
The very latest thing for autoists, and one that is very
popular. The cap, made of crevenette, with a double vi
sor, is serviceable and attractive.
The transparent oelluloid visor is an excellent substi
tute for the ugly goggles. Come and see them at
Mohukona landings havo been laid
This afternoon the Conference Com
mit tee will get down to tho deferred
Items, mid will muke an effort to dis
pose of them, There Is only a differ
enco of a few thousand dollars between
the estimated income and tho appro
priation hill an-It now stands, villi
$107,000 et to bo considered.
Tho spirit of sweet peace which
brooded over tho meeting of tha Com
mitted night befoio last, was conspic
uous by Its absence yesterday after
noon and evening. Thus, when u dis
puted section came up, there wiif. but
ono thing to ilo luy it aside for future
It is hoped that tho work may bo
completed this owning, so thai the io
port of tho Committee may bo mnilo to
the Senate and House tomorrow morn
ing. Or. Hobdy
Former Vice - President unci Mrs.
Fairbanks Arrive This Morning
Will B-- Quests of Governor
and Mrs, Rrear--Objeets To Talk
ing: PolltIcs--On Pleasure I3ent.
Ban Ktnnclsco, April If.. I)r. V. C.
Hobdy, who has been chief quarantine
olllcer at thls,port for tho lust three
yeats, ban beon ordeied to Honolulu
:is chief ijiiaranllne olllcer at the Island
port. Dr. F, U. Ti otter, who hus been
attached to the Immigration bureau as
medical olllcer, will succeed Dr. Hobdy
Dr. King, who Is now at the marlno
hospital, will take charge of tho med
ical ond of tho Immigration bureau.
Dr. Hobdy Is the joungest ndlcea In
tho marlno hospital service ever placed
in charge of the iiuarantliin work ut
J this port, and his administration hus
been ono of tho most succcksful. Ho
succeeded Dr. Hugh dimming, who,
during tlio three jcurs ho wns In
chnigo, won the Irleudshlp oven of the
boatmen that from time to timo ho
look Into custody for violating the
quarantine regulations, In tho local
shipping world Dr. Cummlng's trans
fer to Yokohama was looked npon as
a public calamity, and his successor
would havo been floated coolly If ho
had been anybody but Hnbily.
Dr. Hobdy will Jeavo hero May 5 on
the liner Mongolia. He whs stationed
at Honolulu In a Junior capacity be
fore coming hero and at his now post
M'lll lin . .. ... nl.l . I. ...I.. '
Chief heal hud u small girl In his
caro for a few hours yr-stortlay, and
ror a wnno was at n loss to know
where she hnlled from, Howovor, an
Investigation of her school books re
vealed tho fuct that sho lived at IChI
niukl, and was n student at lb.? Con
vent. Tho child, who has only lately
arrived from Australia with her par
ents, was returned to her homo, much
to tho l'iv nf her mother, who Imagined
the child was kidnaped.
Public Utilities Measure in Danger
of Being Smothered by the
Judiciary Committee of
05th Say Morning Session
The Hottuo this morning killed the
prison-labor bill that came fiom tin.
Senate, the chief reason for the ac
tion' apparently being the fear of
homo ut tho outside Inembcis that
O.thu might get the benefit of some-1
thing Hint they wouUn't. Only one i
other argument was advanced against
the bill, that mado by Castro that
to make a' man work for tho County I
slmpl) because ho Is n prisoner would
be to mako-a'slavo of him. The voto
on tho meaSvTo was lG.aualrul to 13
for Its ii.tsiaX! r
The School Commission resolution
was also squelched, the only argu
ment ngulnst It being that made by
Purtado. that too nisny commissions
,havo already been appointed to help
run the Government.
I At 11:15 tho Houso took n recess
to allow the members to go up tu tho
Governor's odlce to shake hands with
cx-Vlce President Fairbanks.
The public utilities resolution in-
ItrnduLcd by Castro Is Hill in the
hands of tha Judiciary Committee,
,und Indications nro that It Is the in
tent of the lommltteo to smother It
to death. It being a Joint resolution,
I requiring three readings In each
House, tho lesolutlon cannot pass un
less reported back today Strong pres
sure Is being brought to hear on
Chairman Douthltt to Induce him to
report tho resolution, many who
CONSTANTINOPLE Turkey, April
22 The Sultan and the chiefs of
the Constitutionalists have held a
conference and ngrca that the Sultan
shall remain as sovereign but with
1 curtailed powers.
' Fanaticism is smcadim:. It is es
timated that 15,000 peoi.il: have been
killed at Aleppo.
The entire population of Kirikan
was massacred, even .the babes being
JAPAN SENDS TROOPS
ST PETERSBURG, Russia, April
22 The statement is given out in
Government circles that Japan is
sending reinforcements into Manchu
ria. This brief dlipitih Imlirites tlio
dUiurlieil condition ilial villi exists
u Manrhuil.i (entl .Lilian re-
sed lo m, limit initlteis uf dlffercnco
eiAPi-u 'eielt and i'lilna to Tho
f i- Tt e whale affair Is a detail
In the i cm twite inovempiit of Itus-
,i.i.i toward the Pacific.
think they hau been unfalily dealt
with by the Gas Company ore mix
tions to have tho resolution adopted.
Ono man made complaint that when
he protested against tho exorbitant
I amount of his hill, the company tool:
IiIb meter away to test It, pronounced
It correct and sent him a bill of $2
for testing tho meter.
(CtatbmA a Kse 3)
cmiiLEs v. favra
TOT Br nvji
Having evidently henul much of launch, v h went out to meet tho
the fumoiis Hawaiian word "Aloha," l.ipruche Imoi Chlo .Mam. Captain
Hon. Charles. V l'alrbanks, ex-Vloe (iiccnc whUh arrhed this morning
Piesident of the I'nlted Stntcs, bowed. from S.iu I'riinclsro.
land saluted those on tho Customs
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 21.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 10s.
5 l-4d. Parity, 4.20 cents. Prev
ious quotation, 10s. 4 l-2d.
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.
In small quantities sanitary con
taintn. Leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
(Continued an Pace
Wan Hoy's Warrant
John V Cathcart was seen legard
tng the article In the morning Ad
vertiser and s.ld ho did not lonslder
It necebsary for him to reply to ovciy
erurrllous article In the Advertiser,
l and all ho cared to say was that he
may hao llekid u Chliiamnii, hut
Seats for the
may be had through this office and
at a slight advance over,the. regular
pric of tickets. There 'will be no
SERVICE. PHONE 381.
'Tooth and Nail'
Brushes, all Prices
We are out for business,
tooth and nail.
NEW SHIPMENT OF niGH GRADF, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 0!i IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. i . . .
J. Hopp fc Co., '
183 KINO ST.
that he never licked his motlier-lii-law
Mr Catluart Is reported by tho
Advertiser us having been under the
Infliiento of llipior last evening mid
uts.iultlng (Joo Wan Hoy, tho Chi
nese at the bottom of the scurrilous
articles for which the Advertiser U
noy defending a suit for libel.
Tho tloo Wan Hoy forces wore up
and nt It this morning to. get back
at Cathcart, and Immediately at-
(Continued on Pag 9)
TO CONDEMN WOODBURY
OTTAWA. Canada. April 22.
J The Government has instituted pro
'cccdingj to condemn the American
schooner Levi C. Woodbury, captur
,cd while .ifchi.if inside the three-mile
I WASHINGTON. D. C. Anril 22.
The State Dcuartment is investigat
ing wic sccooncr wooauury case.
MRS. BRANDT WAS SUICIDE
SAN TRANCISCO, Cal.. AprjJ 22.
An autopsy was performed today on
Alice Brandt, the Hawaiian woman
sunpeted to have been murdered. It
".as found that she died from the ef
fects of a dose of carbolic ncid.
I0E HOLDS DYNAMITE
NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y , Anril 22.
Dvnamiic hr.R failed to clear th ice
gorge at the Falls.
M0MBASSA. Africa, April 22.
Ex-rresident Roosevelt has departed
for Kapiti Plains.
(Julio a number of ox-students or
SI l.o'.ilj Collego mo taking n Course
In t.vpcvvrltlug, shoithnnd, aniVSlCiig
llsh literature at the old sTViool.
lliotber t.ouis Is lustruitor lti"Hlun t
hnnil, and ho bus a l.ngl' claf-i to
look lifter Senator J I'.KJLuie.
Judge (.'. A. Long, and a nuinlier of
others aie tal.lng the codrfca.
Amongst these nro M H. CuoU, M. O.
Iv. Hopkins, Alex K Aon.i, ami
William Welsh The Btudents at
tend the classes evciy evening and
most of theni are making excellent
progress The Htothors are taking
great Interest in the doings of tho
old boys, and arc using ovoryflffort
lo get Hie men together for IhMriic-
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 75 CASES 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 wc have no cuts
that will do them justice.
THE KASH CO., LTD.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
. Manufacturers'. Shoe. Co!,-L4d -
023 FORT STREET
1051 FORT STREET.
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