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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THtmSDAY, ATOIL 29, 190D
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f HTJRSDAY APRIL 29, 1009
THE LEGISLATURE'S WORK,
If the Fifth Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii hnil done noth-
.iB more tlmn enact law that will cmc M ,inn(, when ,ho who,e gyg,em
uaoie a mure cmciem. inrnumig ui of ,,., government may bo com
keeps on In the way It Is moving,
there need be no fear of losing any
of the privilege of self-government
now enjoyed. The people may go
forward confident that the time t
Homes for Sale
On Monsarrat road, one
block from Campbell
avenue, 7-room houie,
chicken house, and
fences. Price $780.
modern plumbing: lot
view. Price $1600.
Splendid home; mod
ern, well kept, with ov
er an acre of land in
lawn. Price $4500.
An 8-rcom modern
location. Price $4250.
Homes for Sale
12th avenue ; one block
from car; ton of hill;
fine view. No rocks.
Two lots opposite R. R.
station and perk. Price
$275 each. Easy terms.
Beautiful marine view.
Good soil; near car.
Lot 200x180. Price
$1000. Easy terms.
One and one-sixth
acres on Nuuanu ave
nue. Price $6000.
plctely remodeled and those responsi
bilities rightfully resting with the lo
cal municipal organizations shall bo
transferred from tho central author-
tie great problem of leprosy, make.
,iiovlston for the Introduction of Eu
ropean Immigrants, give good-sized
. pproprlatlons for public schools, nu-
'horlze the deposit of public funds .,,.
In the banks of the Territory Instead
of hoarding the gold In tho vaults ot
.he public treasury, and transfer ad
ditional responsibilities to the Coun
ties, It could be said with all truth
that tho session had been .1 credit
'o tho members of the Legislature
.ind the people whom they represent, J
and the money It cost well spent. I
Theso measures having to do with
the health, Industry, population, ed
ucation, finance, and government by
tho people are sutllclent to merit the
verdict of well done, and we believe
lholr Imtmrtnnrn la lit lio frnuciwl In I Paying Scott a Salary of 1150 n
tho order named. month. It cut him olf the payroll and
Of courso there has been evil leg-'substituted In his placo two assist-
Islatlon headed oft. Of courso there ant clerks at stoo eacn. Uf course,
has been much left undone that .this may bo economy
OUTJF HIS JOB
Leslie Scott, first deputy clerk ot
tho Judiciary Department, has been
legislated out of a Job. The approv
al of the Appropriation Hill cut his
salary out from under him. Tho
Legislature was determined above all
things to be economical, so to save
but Just how
Is hard for the ordinary mortal to
see, especially In view of tho fact
that there are already more clerks
In the Judiciary Department than
tho Judges know what to do with.
The Legislature also pared $2G oft
the salary of Henry Smith, giving
him a Job with a new title. Whero
HAWAII WILL JOIN
should have been done. The failure
to pass the Direct Primary law will
stand to the everlasting disgrace of
the legislators whose work Is now
Just closed. And tho share ot respon
sibility for the bad faith these repre
sentatives have shown In their rela
tion with the people to whom they
gave their solemn pledge cannot bo
more generously shouldered onto the
Republicans than the Democrats. A
proper standard ot patriotism Bhould
have prompted the men of both par
ties to reach a working basis on this,
as was done on other measures.
Out taking the main results ot tho
session as they will stand when clnr
Ifled of all the lnslgnltlcant or tern
porary Incidents and Influences that
look largo when In the Immediate
foreground, the Legislature has
shown carefuly Judgment, wise fore- This cordial Invitation was declined
sight, and desire to reach right con-with thanks, nnd the police Informed
elusions for tho general welfare as of the matter. The affair was
opposed to private Interests, that la! threshed out this morning before
deserving the highest commendation. Judge Andrade, and nfter C. K. Chll
It Is naturally gratifying to this: llngworth had cross-examined tho
paper that such a large number of, complaining witness, the Judge call
Childs Plans To
Hawaii and California will tako
tho lead In social functions nt tho
Alaska-Yukon Exposition. If tho
plans of Loyd Chllds do not miscar
ry, Childs plans to hnvo tho Island
Paradise Join hands with tho Lnntl
of Sunshine In entertaining visitors
at the Hair.
"California has always taken tho
lead In social functions In tho past,"
said Childs this morning. "I do not
think that we can do better than
form a combination with her repre
sentatives at Seattle. I hope to havo
Jlramle Thompson gets off nobody the broad verandas of tho Hawaiian
seems to have figured out yet.
Kunlhara, a Japanese barber, was
charged at tho Pollco Court this
morning with having used threaten
ing language toward a Japanese wa
hlne. He Is alleged to have Invited
tho woman and her husband to come
out an tho sidewalk and bo killed.
to serve the best and dainti
est meals in Honolulu at pop
IT'S WORTH YOUR
I building screened and drnpted after
tho manner of lanals In these islands
nnd I believe that thoy will provo
very attractive. Ily Joining hands
with California, I believe wo can
make a strong showing."
the measures It has championed In
behalf of the Intelligent and liberal
minded Americans ot the Territory
have gained tho approval ot the leg-
cd n halt and dismissed tho licensed.
It appears that the troublo arose
through Kunlhara asking for n
raise In his salary; this was denied
Islators and aro now the law ot tho him, and ho quit his Job nt once. Tho
land. I whole nffalr seemed weak, as tho
As one follows the legislative re- complainant ndmlttcd having visited
suits from year to year there is a ' tho defendant and trying to square
steadily Increasing proof of the be-! the matter by ottering him back his
Oreat preparations aro being mndo .
for tho farewell bIiow nt tho Opera
House, Saturday night. Tho first part
will bo niltiBtrci, nnn ino secouu pun,
"Under tho Pump," n musical skit with
very humorous situations. "iMin on
tho Drlstol" will bo given for tho last
tlmo at tho Saturday matlnco.
neflcent operation ot liberal Ameri
canism In this Territory. Tho old
forces of prejudice, selfishness, cant,
and hypocrisy are losing their grip.
Whether it Is by popular pressure or
an honest desire to reform makes lit
tle difference. The results speak.
The grafter doesn't dare to put him
self in the gamo to any great ox
tent. In other words, tho Territory
is heading further nway each year
from semblance of government
the grafter or the dictator.
"Monkey" Fragas is once more In
tho lockup, this time on a charge of
chicken stealing. Yesterday morn
ing, about 3 o"clock, a Japancso
watchman In Pnlama noticed tt cou
ple of men carrying a bag of chick-
by 1 ens. As wxm as they saw tho
watchman thoy dropped the bag and
The peoplo nro developing n better took to their heels. When Chief
spirit of unity In dealing with tho
public affairs of tho Territory.
In this connection tho largo out
pouring of citizens to attend tho
hearings of legislative committees 1
Leal got a description ot the men ho
came to the conclusion that "Mon
key" and his pal John Hull were back
ut their old gamo.
This morning tho Chief cross-exam
was a niagniucont demonstration oi'incd Kragas in tho prcsenco or Mrs.
an lncroascd personal Interest In tho'Freltas, to whom tho alleged thief had
affairs ot government. Tho civic '"1'1 eight chlckcnB. "Mon'My' nt first
standard Is higher. The people nro tho fow 1, "" '
speaking raoro plainly. There Is less T,() youUl hag a yory ,mi, recriIi ,,
back-room manipulation, more open lllg j,ee convicted soveral times be-
dealing. Iforo; once for pigeon stenllng. It Is
And as tho people ore coming to also alleged that ho has been known
take this nddltlonal porsonal interest to sell stolen chickens to a person and
in their government, tho represcnta-: en ;l " !"" BRn'"' . . , .
t.ves havo done tho.r duty In rec-l J' loro,,! at
nizing tho popular demands. Tho prcsenti u BOmo 0,i troublo which
public hearings, for Instance, havo na8 ,eon worrying him for tomo tlmo;
had great Influence. Tho legislators however, ho oxpects to bo down at his
have been convinced and followed tho offlco In a day or two.
obvious dcslro of the citizens. Thoio Is no chango In tho condition
Th Rrerutlvn Is less nrbitrarv of tl10 ,,lrc0 mcn wll wero 't nt
The Executive Is loss arbitrary , progressing as well
than in former days although t has ng CRn ,)o xl,ect0(1 an,, ,,, 10
Indulged in shortsighted policies ot , whn (Ull ,ho B10(,tinc,, Is still In
trickery and double-dealing, next tho lockup nt Pearl City.
door to political dishonesty. These, I t
however, uro matters ot personal J Tho Kllefords will he the hosts of
temperament rather than an evidence the news-carriers of tho city this
of a community tendency. The dls- ovcnlng. The management has Invl-
gust with which such matters aro ted tho boys from the newspaper of-
received by tho community furnish a flees who deliver the papers to sub-
healthy sign of n growing demand scrlbers to nttond tho play this evon
for common honesty In personal deal- Ing and occupy reserved seats. It Is
Jngs.of officials with the public, ' a good play nnd the boys will enjoy
While tho Territory ot Hawaii It.
A property situated in one of the
best resident sections of Honolulu,
assuring good class of tenants and
.Offered for sale at figure that will
net 10 to the buyer. This i an ex
ceptional bargain, and, if not sold,
will be withdrawn at the end of ten
Furnished Cottage on the beach at
Waikiki in the Kapiolani Park Sec
tion. Waterhouse Trust
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
THK most im
tion of the Trust
Company is that of
acting as trustee
under a will.
We draft wills
free of charge.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
Will Resume Private
Judge Lindsay doffs tho ermine, to
morrow nnd resumes private practice
as an attorney, his resignation ten
ilorcd recently going Into offert the
last day of tho month. Tho Judge wan
busy this morning clearing out his
dosk in his chambers, and oxpresred
great satisfaction at tho prospect of
getting back to private life.
Ho has formed n partnership with
Albert Judd. Already things seem to
bo coming his Wny. Ho stntes that he
has business on hand already that will
bring him In nioro In n month than his
salary as Circuit Judge would he. Ills
period on tho bench has glon lilmVx
pcrlenco nnd 11 knowledge ot the law
ihnt ho rould not havo gained In nny
other ways, but ho says lie thinks It Is
tlmo for him to begin to build up n
practice. Tor lilniselr.
Deputy Attorney Oeiiernl Whitney
Viho is to suceed Lindsay, has not yet
received official notice of his appoint
meut, and probably will not for some
time, as ho has to be ronllrnicd by the
Sennto before his sppointinont Is opcr
GAS COMPANY IS
"Wo court criticism nnd wo deny
that wo havo approached anyone for
tho purpose of influencing them to
refrain from Investigating tho gnu
company service," said Manager
Wight this morning, "flood service
Is n business asset, and that Is why
wo make tho saying our motto. I
know of no ono who requested Sen
ator Qulnn or nnone else, to stay an
Investigation of tho service." Tho
same sentiments wero also expressed
to the II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n for publication
by Attorney Wlthlngton.
ELLEFORDS SCORE IN
Well, well, who would hnvo
thought It. The Kllefords proved
themselves to bo good vaudeville peo
plo last evening, when there wero
specialties galore. Miss Mattlo
Lloyd Luce gavo a pleasing song and
excellent too dance, while Hernandez
came to tho front with a parody that
mado nn Immenso hit, nnd Itny Col
lins was thero with n clever coon
song, nnd tho Osbnrn children had
another, new one, the best yet. Tho
piece wns full ot surprises nnd
laughablo situations, especially tho
old boat-house, which received sever-'
Jcsslo K. nnd Virginia K. Maknl
nal, against whom Allen & llobln
Mill, Ltd., brought ejectment proceed
ings to recover possession of two
pieces of laud, ono being one ncro an
Knllhl street nnd tho other 1.2C
acres on Middle street, confessed
Judgment this morning in Judgo Llnd
say's court, on condition thai no writ
of execution Ibsiio for Hi days. Tho
plaintiff nlM nsked for 2G00 dam
ages, but It Is stipulated Unit this
claim bo dropped.
THE ROYAL THEATRE.
Thero will bo n public moonlight
band concert this ovcnlng nt 7:30 at
tho MiMiin Hotel, Wnlklkl, with the
Overture: Unrest Storck
Intermezzo: Tho Apncho Danco
Molodlo in V (first time) .Ituhlnsteln
Popular Harry Lauder's Songs
Voenl: Hawaiian Songs.nr. by Ilorger
HcmlnlbccnccH of All Nations . . .
Tho Kaiser Waltz Strauss
Hungarian D.inco llrnhins
Tho Star-Spangled llanner
Tho Hawaiian hula gills nro ImWng
hugo houses nt this little unique the
atre In thn heart of tho Oriental sec
tion. Tourists should not miss this
opportunity of seeing tho old Hawaiian
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because through sixty years .no
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New assortments in silver
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wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line. We know
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Wc havc the finest and most com
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Ready-made frames in wood and
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A Fresh lot of fine stove coal just
received. Deliveries made nt fair
prices anywhere in Honolulu.
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