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VOL. XI. NO. 4298.
8 PA8M. HOKOLULU, TMMTORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1909. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
COUNTY PAY MIX
UP NOW STRAIGHT
Unless unloosed for complication!)
arise, tho road department salary mix
tip will soon 1)0 straightened out. Ttio
Major anil tlio Iloanl of Supervisors
have practically reached an ngi cement
concerning tho llriuldntlou of salary
claims against the City nnd County for
tho fifteen da) a from March 1 to
March IS, Inclusive. The p:i rolls are
now In the hands of tho Maor. and
only await his signature.
Tho Enabling Act only authorized
tho pajlng of tho disputed salaries up
to and Including Fcbninrj 2S On
Mnrch 1G everything had been straight
eneil out so that no dllUculltles pro
se'nted thcmselvcB there Hut Homo
one worked during the first two weeks
of March and that someone ami sev
eral other "someone" demanded p.i
Hy the term of the agreement be
tween tho Major and the Hoard nnd
tho agreement is said tu meet with
tho approval of Treasurer Trent there
will be a division of tho money for the
first fifteen dnjs of March. Only one
net of salaries will bo paid, but overj
ono with an) shadow of n claim will
got a slice of tho nvallublo money
There Is not much money nt stake,
nnd only bomo $200 will bo divided
nmong the Major's appointees and the
Supervisors' appointees. Hut the burn
ing question has been tho cnuso of so
much discussion that those Interested
have conio to look upon It as a matter
On December 31, Mayor Kern np
polnted n number of department heads,
nnd others. Tho Hoard of Supervisors
also appointed n set, and took no ac
tion on tho executive appointments un
til tho Supreme Court decided that
the Hoard had no power to appoint
On tho latter date, tho Supervisors re
Seventeen bills and ono Joint res-
olutlon passed by tho Legislature and '
sent to the Governor for his approval
or disapproval were neither signed
nor vetoed before tho law makers
took their final adjournment, nnd
are either already dead by reason
of tho Governor's failure to sign
them within ten dajs after their
patsnge. or nre still subject to tho
dreaded pocket veto. Tho most Im
portant of these measures Is the elec
tion law. bill, which includes the pro.
vUlon for n Great Register of all the
voleis In the Territory.
Three of the bills jet remaining
In the Governor's hands unsigned are.
ulrendy dead, tho ten dnjs having
For Boys the very latest things.
TEDDIE HATS in soft felts, in a
variety of colors.
SKULL CAPS solid colors
BOYS LIKE THEM
They're 75c at
The Kash Co.,Ltd
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
fused to confirm tho Mayor's appoint
ees. The salary dispute for the period be
tween December 31 and March 1 was
settled by the passage of tlio Enabling
Act through tho Legislature The mix
tip for the following fifteen ilajs was
left for tho City and County to settle
ns best It could.
On Maich 10, tho Hoard changed its
mind nnd confirmed Wilson as Ho id
Supervisor and Paolo as Itoad Over
seer Tho Major appointed other de
pigment heads In tho place of those
whom the Hoard refused to confirm
On Mnrch 10 nil rows over depart
ment head had been straightened out
and the right of those confirmed on
that date to receive pay until tlio IStli
Is not disputed.
Hut whether tho Ho-ird's npiiolntecs.
who held the kejs of office, oi the
Mnjor's appointees who were not al
lowed to' go to work, should receive
paj for the disputed period between
tho end of l'chruary nnd March 10
was another matter
Hj tho terms of tho agreement Wil
son will bo paid In full from Mnrch 10.
nnd his appointees will receive llko
consideration. Cummins, having been
in charge of tho oMlce up till tho 10th
will receive one half of tho pay for the
first ten ilnjs. Wilson, who was ap
pointed by tho Mayor but was ro-
Rtialned from going to work until tho
lum oy cummins, win also receive
half of the pay avnllablo for tlio Rood
Oversoor during tlint time.
Paclo and Cox will make tho tamo
division, as will also tho appointees rlf
the various dppirtment heads affected.
This does not apply to' workmen, ns
Wilson, when lie found thnt he could
not get hold of tho ofllce, employed
none. Thus Cummins' laborers will
get full pay.
Others are close to tho dan-
Whether tho Governor will hold
that he should sign any bills after
tho Legislature has adjourned, or
not, cannot bo stnted, ns lio was not
In his ofllce this morning, having
gone down to Peail City with cx
Vlce Presldint rnlrbanks. Governor
Carter refused to sign any measures
after the House and Seunto had ad
journed, but Governor Dole signed
ono bill under such conditions. The
Attorney General this morning ex
pressed the opinion that the Govern
or has the right to sign any bill
within ten dajs ufter the time It Is
(Continued on Page 6)
GOVERNORSHIP WON'T DOWN
"Communication" in Advertiser Denounced
By Inquisitors. Who Express Their
Approval of Deputy Attorney-General
"Whereas, there appeared in tho Tho abovo resolution was adopted by
I'aclllc Commercial Advertise of April tho Grand Jurj jesterday and sub
22, 1909, n certain unauthorized state- mltted to Judge I'e Holt hj Foreman
merit inn porting to bo signed In a Hlsscll. It is self explanalurj It re
member of this Grand Jurj. nnd pur
porting to express the opinion of this
Grnnd Jurj to the effect Hut tlio t
torncy General's department had been
remiss in enforcing the law In relation
to signs hanging nbovo sidewalks In
the City of Honolulu, and
Whereas, tho opinion of this Grand
Jury Is otherwise,
Now, Therefore, Re It IU solved,
that this Grnnd Jury fully npiirovcs
and indorses tho action of tho Attor
ney General relative to tho above mat
Ho It Further Resolved, Hint tho
foreman of this Grand Jury bo au
thorized and Instructed to II lo n copy
of this resolution with tho clerk of the
First Circuit Court."
There Is an Increasing number of
people close to the Intimate friends of
Dotegato Kuhlo who believe that the
Delegate to Congress will bo uppotul
ed the Governor of tho Terrltoiy by
The appointment of tho Judges whom
Govomor Frcnr had recommended did
much to nlla tho suspicions of thoo
opposed to n change tu the Governor
ship, but on the other hand the nows
that Delegate Kuhlo expects to .nrlvo
by tho Mongolia is accepted by his
friends as a Btrong Indication that
there Is more than mere rumor to tho
statement that Frcar may take the
placo of Dole and Kuhlo wilt he tho
chief executive of tho Terrltorv.
Yesterday the Bulletin sut l
cablegram to Mr. McClellnn asking
him to confirm or deny tho repoit and
his response was that ho knuw noth
ing of the proposition. Delegate Ku
hlo will not make any stntcn ent.
Tho Alfonso resolution that passed
the House was u part of thp plan to
strengthen Kuhlo, and tho defeat of
tho resolution dealing with the Oignnlc
Act was accomplished bj a iloslrc tu
weaken the Governor.
ALAMEDA AT 7
Wireless received from 8. S. Ala
moda: "Will arrive about 7 a. in."
1 - i i
The importance of trusts
has led us to develop our sys
tem of handling trust ac
counts to the very "pink'1 of
We invite an inspection of
this system. It is plain, con
cise and accurate.
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
923 FORT STREET
fcrs to n purported communication In
the morning paper of tho dalo men
tioned, slgntd Grand Juror by some
man who was evidently afraid to dis
close Ills Identllj Ho accuaed Deputy
Attorney General Whitney of craw
fishing and of not enforcing tho lnwi"Wo aim to glvo the City of Mono-
relative to sign boards above sidewalks
on the ground tn it
might repeal the law
tlio legislature '
That no ccrtami did not voice the
scmimcnm ui me inner iiiuiiiuers ni
tho Grand Jury Is demonstrated bj the
icsolutlon adopted by the Inquisitorial
Bulletin Business Offioe Phone 286,
Bulletin Edltorl! Room Phone 'lbo.
f Congressman Fordnej of Mich-
f Igan, mid coming from tho beet
4- sugar section of tho State, made
u very Interesting statement on
f the Hour of tho House during tlio
debate on tho tariff bill It Is of 4
f tho utmost Importance to these
-f Islands on account of Its forecast t
f of stability in tho sugar market
f conditions of tlio country. Tho
ugrecment referred towns known
- to the leaders of tho country for
- some time, but Fordney wns tho
first to bring It out In open scs-
bIoii of Congress. Mr Fordnej
f Now, ono word and I will close.
We aro trjlng to do something for
the Philippine Islands. Let me
f tell jou what tho Phlllpplno Is-
lands nto doing for us. I will
- stand by tho bill und tho compro- -f
-f mlse on sugiir, the free Importn- -f
Hon of 300,000 tons per year from
tho Phlllpplno Islands Into tlio
United States. -f
f I am willing to stand by tint,
nnd tho sugar men of tho country
whom I havo consulted ure also
satisfied For the last ton jears -f
there has been turmoil In this
-f House over the duty on sugar
f There never has been n session of -f
Congress In tho ten jenrs that I
f have hud tho honor to bo a mem-
f bcr of this House, that tho qucs-
tlon of tho reduction of tho dutj
f on sugar haB not been advocated
f In some manner or other, and our
PHDSENT GOOD PRESIDENT.
MR. TAFT, HAS AORKED IN MY-f
PRESENCE THAT DURING HIS -f
ADMINISTRATION HE WII.I.
f NOT PERMIT, AS FAR AS HE
CAN AVOID IT HY HIS ACTION.
ANY FURTHER REDUCTION
IN THE SUGAR SCHEDULE. IF
f WE WILL ACCEPT THIS -f
AGREEMENT AND LET THE
300,000 TONS COME IN FREE
t- FROM THE PHILIPPINES.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 0& IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. . t , t,,u,'J
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KINO ST.
- TRUST'S BIG
18 GETTING BUSY
Tho nevr telephone company plans manager has told us of his dllllcul
to Improve the service In several Im-ltlcs in the past and we quite uticlcr
portant particulars in the Immediate stand the situation Our roprcscntn
futuie. All the lines nre to be put the who will lie sent to the inulii
underground and In this wnj It Is I land In the near future, will lnvtstl-
hoped to obviate thiv trouble that
arises from Induction.
An oxtenslon of slxtj dajs has
been granted ns rcgaids tho auto
matic system, and during that period
a representative will be sent to tho
Coast to Investigate the manner In
which the automatic telephone works
In mainland cities.
(1. R Carter said this morning'
lulu the best possible telephone ser
vlre, nnd we Intend starting In nt
once on tho work of nutting the
wires underground Money will not
fount for an) thing
anj thing as long as we get
"The old compnnj has been handi
capped right along by tho lark ot
sufficient funds to mako the neces
sary Improvements Mr Lehigh, tho
When tho legislature adjourned last
night, tho matter of tho Treasure! ship
was left In tho air, and who li to bo
Campbell's succi ror N still a matter
of gucsBVTor, with '. uujd) gutting
The real reason no name was sent
down to the Senato last night for con
flrmatlon Is said to bo because Gov
cmor Frcar could not fiud any man
suitable to him who would accept It
Willnrd Hi own was asked to take tho
Job, It Is said, but declined with
thanks. Mark Robinson would have
upno of It. Two other men, It wns
stated In the corridors last night, were
asked by the Governor to allow him to
nomlnnto them, but thoy side-stepped
lind Commissioner Pratt was con
fldent that tho Govomor would send
his name to tho Senate for rouflrma
tlon ns Treasurer, and was greatlj sur
prised when ho was passed over with
(Continued on Page 2)
Next Fruit Boat
the LURLINE, May 1
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
LONDON CORN CURE 25c.
gate the automatic s steins In Lo-
Angeles, Kansas Cltj, Omaha, and
"The work of putting the wins
underground will proceed at once,
nnd this will Improve tho present
sjstcm n great deal, besides doing
away with n lot of unsightly polls
The grentest drawback In the past
has been tho trouble caused bj In
duction; the placing of the wires un
dergiound will do away with that
and the scrvlco will bo vvonderfullj
Improved thcrebj "
J I. HJorth who was tho iiBsistoni
mnnnger of l.lhuc stmo last jcir and
Is now manager of the Kekaha stoic
will retire from tint lKisltlou on the
first of Juno and expects to leave
Kauai Garden Island
ADANA, April 29. Fire is now de
stroying the Christian quarter of
Messina. Troops will go to the res
cue of the American women there.
HADJIN. April 29. Many bodies
are floating in the nver where they
have teen cast by the murderous Mo
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Annl 29.
cents, or $78.40 per ton. Previous
quotation 3.905 cents.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 28.
SUGAR: 90 degree centrifugals 3.905
cents, or $78.10 rjer ton. Previous,
quotation, 3.97 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 41-2(1.
Parity, 4.19 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 5 l-4d.
The High School hns nrranged a
faucj dress ball In nld ot tho atlilutlo
nsMiclntlon of the school It will be
held tomotrow night In tho High
School building at 8 o'clock
Get the Best
There is no advantage trying un
proven messengers. Get those you
know to be reliable find prompt, the
kind we have.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
for those who need this kind of a shoe. LISTEN a Tan
Russia Double Sole Blucher Bal built on a roomy last to
come within the U. S. Army Regulations; made of a
tough, rich brown Russia leather which takes a high pol
ish. They show quality and make n fine combination with
the Russia puttie leggins so much wom now-a-dajs.
Riders, investigate! This is a tin
buy the right kind of shoe.s WHERE!
NEW YORK. N Y, April 29.
The American Refining Company to
day paid into the United States
Treasury nine hundred thousand dol
lars, thus completing the two million
of dollars in fines to satisfy tho
claims of the Government for fraud
ulent weighing of sugars by the Su
,cnr Trust. Being found guilty as
I charged, the Trust paid h- tv.o-mil-lion-dollar
fine imposed, the Govern
I ment agreeing to drop further prosc
. cution against other refineries.
I WASHINGTON, D. C April 29.
'The Government has approved the
' final settlement of the case against
)tnc Sugar Trust.
CONSTANTINOPLE, TutltCy, April
29. Nadir Pasha, Second EunUch of
tlio Palace, has been executed for in
citing a revolt.
The gcnalp on tho subject of ap
pcllitmintH today was vailed One
lepoit had It that Mark Robinson
will be tho Treusurei This would
satisfy the Senators Another that
J W Pratt Is surely tho manual
though still nuother rumor vvnsjtjiat
Pratt s name was Informnllj piewent
ed to tho Senate and he was shown
to be Impossible of confirmation's
In connection with tho Hoarif of
Health there Is n growing ImprcSKlop
thnt Dr Cofer will be coming "Back
to the Tcrrltorj and take practical
charge of affairs In tho Hoard Mott
Smllh's combined salaries as l'risl
dent of the ltcurd of Health nnd Sec
retary of tho Territory amount U
3G25 per month He was appointed
Superintendent of Immigration on nc
(ount of the fact that tho Gov or mil
thought he needed tho silarj, bill
while Moit-Smlth can draw u Fcder
al and a Territorial salary, ho cannot
diaw two fat Territorial salaries.
53- DULLETIN ADS PAY
Only one place to
At 1051 Fort St.
Is If Pratt
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
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