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EVENING nULSTIN, H6NQLULS, T. II., FTIIDAY, APIUL 23, 1900.
5AI1T and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN 'PUBL1SIIIKO CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Uy erery day except Sunday. Weekly iuued on Tuesday of eca wnk.
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The decision of the Conference On tiu mainland I lie peoiilo arc
ommittce of the Senate and House lipniundliig agricultural iiistiucllou
i strike out the appropriation for in nil but the strictly city public
;e Promotion Committee will cause schools The people on the mnln
oneral regret particularly at this pe- laud whose UWiib Is to be made in
cd when such advertising as has uKrlnilturc do not wnlt to be urged
sen done is beginning to be appre- into educating" their children for
ated and bring forth some result. thtir future llfc-worlc.
Promotion work should continue l'rof 1: ,r. wickson has set foilh
'.ctwithstanding that the fldministra- the reasons w hy the demand for uk-
..on of the Comnuttec is not always rlrultiirnl education is warranted.'
'o the satisfaction of many of our What lu- sas is good. It follows:
.'.tizens. , l'lrst, het-aiisc they aim directly at
It may be that the necessary funds a higher life in thoughtful and tf
tan be obtained from the wharf tax fecio Individual labor, lu family
vhich the people of Honolulu arc he ilth, lomfort, and content, and lu
r.ow voluntarily contributing, and for better citizenship,
.vhich many contributors receive no1 Second, because they are the cn
rccounting. trnnce to n higher and truer educa-
If there be no othrr means of car- tionnl effort which shall dovelop ac
rying on Promotion work, the Bul-CUiato perception and correct conccp
1 e t i n will be ons of twenty-five Ho- tlnn from the study of Immedlato' en
nolulu business housei to contribute lronmcyit: proceeding thenco to
the necessary proportion in monthly broader conceptions of mankind nnd
payments to make up the $3,000. per; of fe unherM-.
vcar for two years, In this latter respect the new
On the Condition: ilde.ils and purposes which arc. ac
That the Promotion Committee lompilshiiig n revolution In our
make a detailed statement of expend- methods and philosophy of education
lturc of the fund more extensive aro vastly superior to the old, Just
than is contained in the weekly re- as the scientific method of reason
port of the Secretary. ilug. 1 drawing the truth from many
- " careful observations. Is a safer and
I.Ike the city of Honolulu the price
of sugar Is bound to grow.
Turkey comes next to Itussla for
strenuous measures to reduce the
I'rlends of I'miahou have set a
splendid example for those with
means to emulate in dealing with
the Honolulu library.
Hawaii owes a decent nrmory to
the ni'ln of the mllltla on this isl
and, to say nothing of Its responsl
hltit) to the Nation nnd the Ping.
Hawaii Is ready to vote for I'.ilr
bii nks as Ambassador to Kngland,
though Harvard does have such n
powerful representation In the TerrI-,
So far as rumors of resignation nre
concerned, It Is well to remember
that Governor C'.irtor Is the only man '
Who ever voluntarily broke the local
reputation of officials who seldom die ;
and never resign. i
Hoosevelt chasing tigers will not
have a much more Bticnuous exist-
ence than .Mr Palrbanks running tho
gauntlet of tca-flt'liK receptions,'
niountaln-cllmblng, and Inter-Island,
trips In tho Territory of Hawaii.
Jppan may or may not be sending
reinforcements Into Manchuria, as te.
ported from St Petersburg. The ouc
fact absolutely certain Is that tho In
evitable conflict of Japan nnd Russia
was not ended with tho last war
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If the appropriation bill that comes
out of tho conference will lit tho in
come of tho Territory, pass It, and
the least said tho better. It will bo
tho first time In twcnty-flvo years
Hawaii has adapted Its appropria
tions to Its Income
Hvery criminal who has escaped
common Justice under the sjstcm of
Territorial government of, by, nnd
for favorites Is highly Incenbcd over
the inspect of competent County ol
llccrs huvlng charge of tho presenta
tion and prosecution of criminal
County taxation nnd tho specific
fechool tax should bo adopted two
jenrs hence. And if tho I.eglslnturo
lias a duo appreciation of tho tllillcul
tins of bolvlng tax problems it will
provide for a tax commission, though
It is created by radical revision of
tho Tax Commission bill.
Tho Hoard of IMucatlon of Long
Pencil, Cut , has Introduced tho study
of agrlcultuio In tho public schools
Garden work, floriculture, nnd horti
culture will "bo taught." This Is prac
tical education, and with many of
tho pupils tho study and practice will
constltulo tho grouml-woik of suc
cessful life accomplishment.
Per Sit Moi.tiw $ ,fto
rvrtr anywhere Id U 5 .. too
Pet Year anywhere in Canada... 1Ro
Per tear postpaid, loren ti 3.co
tmtit at the Poaioffice it HoutmJi
at lPi 1-claaa miliar.
APRIL 23, 1909
HIGHER LIFE IN AGRICULTURE.
surcr way than to Jump at something
supposed to bo true nnd then bend
ing all the resources of the mind to
establish It. Tlio changes In our d
ucatlonnl Ideals and methods nre. In
fact, due to direct application of the
scientific methods of observation and
rea Mining to the tonmion and uni
versal affairs of life.
Pormcrly the way to prevent deficits
wns to cut down expenses. Sloro re
cently tho only way to do It Is to hold
up the people for more. Galveston
Anaouul Bt. Cottage of two bed
rooms, completely furnlshod, poa-
sresion May 1, 1909 $40 00
I.anltiull Drive. Furnished cottage
of three bod rooms for rent for four
months from May 1st $40.00
rurntshed Cottage of two bedrooms
for rent for one year from May 1st
TWO bedroom cottage, unfurnished
TWO bedroom cottage, unfurnished.
Cottago Walk. Unfurnished col
tag. . , $15.00
A Bargain in KalUd Valley of one
acre of land with new five-room cot
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
MILES OF SBA BBIDQBD B7 OrTB
Only flvo minutes' walk from Oahu
Collcgo two bedrooms lot is
75x126. Krerythtng on premlsoa U
brand new. Price $3500.00.
Continued from Pace 11
of time it took to read It. As tho
bill contains C7 pages, tho reading
by the clerk took over an hour.
The measure Is virtually ub it camo
down from the Senate, only four
amendments being made and these
not of a character to cause any trou
ble when the bill goes back to tho
Senate. It Is possible that tho upper
chamber may refuse to agree to tho
amendment extending to ten minutes
tho time which each voter may, it
he chooses, spend in the elcctlou
booth, hut In case of non-concurrence
there should be no troublo over this
lu conference. Those who voted "no"
on the election bill wero Correa, III-
hlo, Kama, Kanllio, Makekau, Mo
Nawahlne and Speaker HolsUln
wero abBent and not voting
Tho House Is nearly through with.
its work, and the prospects are that
tho last days of tho session, which
ends next Wednesday, will not bo es
pecially crowded with work.
Houso Illll 232, relating to tho trans
portation of lepers, passed Its third
reading. Tho hill provides that vesbds
of u tonnage up to 500 tons may carry
lepers. This takos In tho MUuhnla.
which under tho present law canu'it
carry persons afflicted with leprosy.
Scuato Hill 120, giving tho Treasurer
of each county tho power to Issue and
revoke licenses for second-hand deal
ers, nnd fixing tho license fee, at $25,
passed third reading, after it find been
amended by Sheldon to Includo the
Treasurer of tho City and County Of
Manawal For Conkllng.
The Senate Concurrent Resolution to
pay I). I.. ConElIng the sum of S250 for
his work for tho Legislature was re
ceived and referred tA the Commltteo
on Public Expenditures and Accounts.
Tho Senato Joint Resolution to namo
tho Wnlakea. Hllo, Park, Kaulkcaoull
Park, nftcr Kamelinmoha HI, met with
so mo opposition in tho House. Coney
suggested that perhaps Hllo might
want to have something to say in tho
matter. Maybe tho Hlloltes might
want to namo tho park after one of
their kelkcls. But Llko and Alfonso
urged tho adoption of the resolution
and It passed Its first reading.
Alfonso then Introduced a Joint Res
olution to namo the other new Hllo
park, at the corner of Pitman and Po
nahnwal streetB Lincoln park.
Kalelopu offorcd an amendment, to
change tho word "Lincoln" to "Al
fonso," In honor of the Representative
whoso efforts had secured tho park.
Alfonso objected, saying ho might
agree to this after he was dead but not
wjillo ho was alive. But tho amend
ment carried Just the samo. And then
tho Houso calmly proceeded to tnblu
tho resolution as amended.
A Belated BUI.
Shinglo Introduced a very much bo
lated bill, which can Just barely pass
tho six necessary readings In tho two
Houses by passing third reading In tliu
Houso and first rending In tho Senato
tho samo tiny. Tho bill Is relativo to
tho payment of taxes on real estato
taken for public uses. It provides that
any bucIi real cstato shall bo released
from any Hen thereon for taxes and l
the person or persons owning such
renl estntn slinll lift rnlpnuntl from nnv '
further payment of taxes.
Houso Bill 233, on special order of
Monday, April 26th
people wno are
articular as to
WHAT they Eat;
People who are
artioular am to
WHERE they Eat
tho dayj appropriating' aiiiaJary of (25
for tho 'sdlary ot' tho 'District Magis
trate of KnlflUpapa, passed, second
rending, being read throughout.
House Bill 231, to raake'-incomo tax,
a lien on personal property, also'
passed Its second reading In tho same
manner, as did also Senate Bill 148.
Haute Concurs. '
Tho Houso,"' voted to concur. In tno
Senato amendments to HouseBill 191,
to givo W. AT Wall and his aBspclatqs
tho right to build a railroad In Kona.
On recommendation of tho Judiciary
Commltteo tho ; Houso tabled Houso
Bill 121, relating 'to tho compensation
of purors In courts of record.
AGRICULTURAL BOARD CLEARED
(Continued from Page 1)
thoso who deslro to mako charges
against public officials that they mako
them to tho Legislature and not to In
dividuals and only when somo tangible
evldenco can be adduced to support
"Your commltteo recommends that
tho charges against Dr. Norgaard and
Mr. Ralph Hosmcr he tabled."
One of tho chief charges against
Norgaard was that ho paid for his va
cation with $400 of Territorial funds.
Tho commltteo showed that he attend
ed tho annual meeting of tho Inter
state Live Stock Sanitary Boards at
Washington on September 10, and tho
International Congress on Tuberculos
is at tho samo placo on September 21,
both officially, Tho (400 was allowed
him to defray his traveling expenses.
Tho chief chargo against Hosmor
seemed to bo that ho paid too much at
tention to forestry on tho, lands con
trolled by tho Mahogany co'mpany.
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ness office. These are the Wlephon
numbers of the Bulletin office.
THE most im
tion of $he Trust
Company is that of
acting as trustee
free of charge.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
GO J0 LONDON
Former Vice President Has Manv Sap
porters for Highest Diplomatio
Post in Power of Our
WASHINGTON, D. C. It Is
one of tho wonders of politics
that all Washington, without regard
to party or any other consideration, Is,
engaged In a conspiracy to mako
Charles Warren Fairbanks, of Indiana,
Ambassador to Orcnt Britain.
Mr. Kalrbnnks Is now travelling in
California, nnd Is understood to con
template n trip around tho world. Ho
Is a man of wealth and unless ho re
turns to some public position will
doubtless ultimately go back to In
dianapolis to tho practlco of the law.
But thoso who knew him as Vlco Pros'
tdent aro anxious thnt ho go to St.
James' courLPjNot In many years has
a man retlrM'lifom tho public stage In
Washlngtonwitb B0 great a fund of
good will t o1l s credit as Mr. Fair
banks could claim when, on March 4,
at noon, he shook tho hand of Vlco
President Sherman, bowed and waved
his hand to the Senate, nnd retired
from tho dais of tho presiding officer.
Everybody was sorry to eeo him go. Ho
had most distinctly "mado good" both
as n presiding officer nnd ns a Boclal
factor In tho capital.
Now that President Eliot has def
initely declined tho British embassy,
consideration has turned unanimously,
apparently ,to Mr. Fairbanks, and ov
er) body Is hoping nnd predicting that
he will get tho post. It Is urged as a
matter of politics that President Tuft
could greatly strengthen himself and
Impravo tho general political situation
In Indiana by this appointment, and
this consideration will not bo without
weight In influencing tho decision.
Tho best houso ..that the Pollards
have yet played to greeted and a-
plauded their efforts In vaudeville last
night and the show went with a swing
and a go thnt kept tho audience alive
from start to finish.
Tho program was changed from that
of Monday night, although tho two
skits wero tho samo. Alfred Gouldlug
was another big, thing In his Imitation
of Hariy Iaudcr and his song "The
softest of tho family" was so cleverly
glvon'lthat ono could Imagine that It
was tho original, if not better.
There will bo.mothlng doing at the
upcra iiouso.ionignt, uui tomorrow nr
tcrnoon .thjjrp will bo a repetition of
that satno excellent vaudeville. Tho
evening pcTtormanco win snow inu
first of ''Pu ort"tho Bristol," a comic
opera that li Just mado for the Pdl-
BARGAINS IN MILLINEKY
Next Mondav niornlne. n biz uilo
of mljllnery at reduced prices will
begin at Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson's store.
New nnd pretty bats, fancy feathers,
flowers, and foliage will go at about
cpst. Veils In all styles and colors
to suit everyone. The Bale will only
last a few days, so come early;
CARD OF THANK8.
I wjsti to express my deep apprecia
tion to tho teachers nnd pupils of the
Kaahumanu school, tho other schools
of tho city, tho Ilebckahs, tho Chlncso
Women's Club, and the many kind
friends who sent flornl tributes, fqr
their sympathy and help In my recent
The stock of goods Is going very
rapidly but thero nro many good bar
gains left. Ladles should stock up for
tho summer while these low prices are
In forco. Everything In tho dry goods
lino has got to go oven If at, a loss.
Ballstim Business Offloe Phone 2M.
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