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EVENING BULLETIN, ITONOMTMI. T. IL, THtTTtSDAY, JULY 29, 1009.
'u'Tl'ff'T'f'K';v?n Tv v ' v r .
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We are making
It Will be a record-breaker
Watch for our
He It Ilesolved, liy tlio Honrd of
Supervisors nt tho City mid County
of Honolulu, That tlio sum of two
hundred nnd fifty (JllfiO.OO) dollars
lio niiniirlated out of tlio (loncrnl
Fund each montli, for tlio six months
beginning July 1, 19fl9, for n donu
tlon to tlio Hawaii 1'romotluu Com
mittee. Introduced by Supervisor Danlo
Dated July 20, 1909.
Tlio foregoing resolution was, nt n
regular meeting of tlio Hoard of Su
pervisors of the City nnd County of,
Honolulu, held on Tuchdny, July 20, j
1909, passed to print on tho follow-,
lng voto of tho said Hoard: i
Ayes: Alila, Cox, Kane, Logan,
Qulnn, Total fi.
Noes: Aylctt. Totnl 1.
Absent nnd not voting: McClcl
Ian. Total 1.
1). KALAUOKALANI, JK.,
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
4371 July 2G, 27, 28, 29, 30.
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m. of Monday, August 9,
1909, for ralclmlnlng nnd painting
tlio rooms In tho batnmont of tho
Capitol Ilulldlng occupied by tho
I'ubllo Works ami Public Land Of
fices. Plans nnd specifications nnd pro
posals on lllo In tho oflko of tho
Superintendent of Public Works.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works rcsorves the right to reject
any or "nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, July 28, 1909. 4373-3t
TO THE PATRONS OP THE
lluslncss houses, patrons of this
department, arc hereby notified to
have tliolr rubbish nnd wnsto ma
terial ready for removal not Inter
than fi a. in. Otherwlso It cannot
be disposed of until tho succeeding
Per order, J. II. WILSON,
Supt. Garbage Depaitmont.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's,
TIME IS MONEY in
1 the kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BLDQ.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions, Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU St
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25,
BULLETIN ADS PAY
BOARD OF HEALTH
TO HOLD MEETING
Sovcrnl Important Menu will coniol
ui uuiuic inu ineinuers m ino uoaitl
of Health nt their meeting this after-!
noon for (heir consideration.
Tlio Hoard will consider and nan
on tlio now lunroi-y forms nrranced ce.
cording to tlio new laws. Of thoso1
tliero nro nearly eighty or ninety nnd
President K. A. Mott-Smllh lias been
working over them Tor somu llmo, Tlio
sigh ot relief lie uttered on complcl
liu; tho work started tlio lalo Kale.
nullifies will also bo suggested In
tlio standing commllU'cs of tho board.
several commltlces ImWng duties thnt,
.1 fr nllmi.l litiinllniil . .. ......... .1
.V UIIMUnb lllVllltUUI. il UAIlllIIO 111
this Is shown 111 tho Now Itulns and
Herniations Conimllteo and tho Com
mlttoo for Kovlslou of Kales and Rck
illations. Tho deportation of Hovernl leper pi
Units to Knlaupapa will bo consldcicd.
Tho Chinese Consul has requested that
several Chinese patients at present nt
tho Molokul leper settlement be re
leased that they might return to their
own country nnd as tho samo request
was made Inst year by tho .lapancso
Consul and granted, It Is probable that
It will bo fnorably considered.
Financial affairs will bp discussed
nnd the proposition of allowing n
monthly pro rata to tho Institutions
under tho control of tho Hoard of
WOODRUFF TAKES OATH.
(Continued from P 1 )
Judges Do Holt, Dole, Wilder
Jiid Perry wcro seated In tho
order nniiieil nt the bench abovo tho
Judge Do Holt's court ndjourncd
for nn hour to penult Its officers to
attend the ceremonies, nnd the Jury,
glad of n respite from the legality
of tho conspiracy trial, nlso camo
and took their accustomed places,
this time In tlio audience.
Woodruff Takes Oath.
Woodruff sat opposlto Bailiff Dan
while Murphy lead his appointment,
nnd then roso nnd took tho oath ad
ministered by Judgo, Dole. Ho took
bis place on tho bench between
Judges Dole nnd Dc Holt.
Judgo Dolo mado n shoit address
ot Introduction nnd tlio order ar
ranging tlio work ot tlio two Federal
Judges 'wns read. Judgo Dolo will
tako tho first criminal caso on tlio
calendar next Mondny morning, and
thereafter Judgo Woodruff will tako
the criminal side ot tho court, nnd
Judgo Dolo tho civil.
W. O. Smith, sccrotnry ot tlio
Planters' Association, arose nnd
mado a quasl-apology for tho mod
esty of Mr. Kinney, president of tho
liar Association, nt which Mr. Kin
ney blushed, nnd proceeded with tho
first address of welcome extended to
tho new Judge.
Closing, ha Introduced Mr. Kin
ney, who, for tho first tlmo before
tho bar, faltered just u little, and
then continued to speak In his usual
earnest, hearty manner. Following
Mr. Smith's example, ho railed upon
W. It. Cnstlo for tho next speech be
fore ho sat down.
Mr. Cnstlo responded, nnd nt
though nt closing lie made no direct
referenro In tho next spcHl.er, ho
looked very significantly nt Attor
ney (Icnerul Ilcmenwny, who proved
In bo tho most modest man present.
Hut Ilcmenwny mado up for It when
ho got started, and Ills decidedly
brief address was direct and honest
United States Commissioner DavlH
mndn the next speech.
Warning" to Lawyers.
Following tho Commissioner,
llrecknns spoko on behalf of tho
United StatcK District Attorney's of
fice, and Instead ot nddresslng him
self directly to tho now Judgo, turn
ed confidentially tn tho members of
tho bar nnd wnrncd them to bowaro
of tho hiindshako nt Judge Wood
ruff, for ho said that he had Mho
honor of slinking hands with him
yesterday, and although ho had a
pretty good grip himself, would nev
er shako hands with him again. Tho
members of tho bnr did not pay tho
slightest attention to this warning
afterwards, and Judge Woodruff got
ns warm a welcome ns possible,
Judgo Humphreys then spoke, nnd
Justlca Perry oxtended his welcome
and congratulations on behalf of
tho Supromo Court of tho Territory.
Do Holt followed Perry on behalf ot
tho Circuit Court, nnd ns ho wns tho
only speaker close enough to Wood
ruff ho was tho only ono nble to ex
tend the silent congratulations ot n
Oovornor Frear then spoko nnd
regretted that ho was not ndmltte
to prnctlco beforo tho court, mid so
mado hli address ns tho rcprosenta
llvo ot tho government.
Breckons' Little Joke.
As soon as Frear sat do.wn Hreck
ons was on his feet again and turn
ed n twinkling, mischievous eye
around tho assembly, but spoko sol
emnly and said that ho had heard
Materials at Gurrey's
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U RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
REVENUE DEPARTMENT. IN
DURINQ THE FISCAL YEAR
Distilled Splilts 37,6fiO.G3
Fermented Liquor 14.01S.35
Collections mi List (Fines, Penalties, Compiomlses. etc) .. g!30s!o7
Cigars nnd Cigarettes jg 09
Tobacco mid Snuff " " 1301
Special Tuxes 19M0.3X
Playing Cards ,' 792.00
Totnl Ilecclpts $79,107.1)9
Total Disbursements, Including Salaries and Incidental V.-
VUMOH ' 13.4M.82
Tho uhovo tnblo gives tho summary of tho receipts and dis
bursements or tho local district of tho Internal Itovcntio Department.
Tlio totnl figures show a groat increase over tho receipts of last
year, nnd this Is partly due to tho Increased liquor distilling and
flncn, penalties and compromises occasioned by tho dctectlvo ejes of
tho department that have 11 habit of looking In where moonshiners
would fnln have them look ouL Tho totnl Inercaso over last year's
receipts weio $22,279. Another fenturo of tho department is tho
"pure" guarantee that tho local Jovial temperaments are nssured ot
by tho custom of bringing straight whiskey hero and blending and
bonding It ut tho local warehouses.
Frcnr say ho was not admitted to
practlro beforo the court.
Then he moved that the first of
flclnrnct of Judge (Scorgo W. Wood
ruff tilt aWPtll-ltIP- flin (Inl-n.nn In
...,.1 n.i 1. i. 1......
;'""7 ,:",,,, " , '"".Anally decided to act nt onco In tho
federal Court. When the applauso ,.,.. or
died down, Governor Frcnr said ho
wnsWrnld thnt he would not ho nblo
to present a certificate of character,
but ho was Indignantly contradicted,
nnd Judgo Woodruff administered
"How much Is tlio fco?" shouted
Hreckons nftcrwardsns ho waved n
coin of tho realm around.
"I'll pay tho fee," said tho Gov
ernor, but Hreckons got there first,
and when Frcnr reached Murphy,
tho latter had already taken the tea
of ono dollar from the United States
When Woodruff nroso to extend
Ihnnks for bis welcome nnd speak n
few words s n preliminary to tho
long term of work which will como
beforo him ns a Judge of tho Fed
eral Court, tho charm and personal
magnetism of his character ran
through his entire address. Ha
spoko as n man to men more than ns
n Judge tn tho ofllrers ot his court,
nnd tho lawyers assembled showed
their appreciation of his manner
Tho court wns adjourned until
10 o'clock Mondny nnd tho ccro
monies wcro complete.
Thoso present on tho bench wcro
Perry. Wilder nnd Do Holt, without
counting Judgo Dole, who presided.
Hreckons nnd llnwllns wcro present
ns representatives of tho United
Stntes District Attorney's office Tho
members of tho Har Association
wcro: 8. F. nnd C. F. Chllllng
woith, Qulnn, Llghtfoot, Lindsay,
Anderson, Ilcmenwny, Jiuld, Qunr
icls, Whitney, Cnstlo, Prosser,
.Thompson, Kinney, Androws, Sutton,
Davis. Stanley, Smith, Douthltt,
Humphreys, Hohlnson, Wnrren, An
drade, Ashfnrd, Arhl, Peterson, 01
ten. CONFLICT IS ON.
(Continued from Faze I)
Supervisors to cither pass nn addi
tional appropriation for supplies or
Iry and resnddlu the matter onto tho
Hoard of Public Instruction, Hero
In wlifrn Rmiorhitntiilnnt Tt.iMiItt
kicks, ror lm claims that tho Lcgls-
jlnturo inly appropriated sufficient
money to pny the salaries of his de
partment nnd dues not Include funds
for buying supplies. Tho matter
will bo Investigated nnd snmo plan
suggested out of tho dllcmn.
Tho Hoard passed llvo now ordi
nances last night, adding to tho cjty
nnd county's responsibilities ami mu
nicipal duties by vlrttio of action 'on
tho part of tho lust Legislature. Thu
ordinance.) passed on third reading
Ordinance No, 7, regulating tho salo him whatove-, nor with tho widow ot
or vegetables, meat, towl and fish; Otto Wlnklciv Whntover mlsunder
Qrdltiunco No. 9, regulating, tho euro standing or unpleasantness thorn was,
of thu Indigent sick and providing for 1 was between Mr. Sllva and thu mum
tho appointment of a county physl- j berH of tho KiigleB, who had chargo of
clan; Ordinance No, ID, providing fori tho. funeral arrangements,
certificates ns to cause of death from ' When my nsslstunt met with oppo
tho county physician, nnd Ordinance 'sltlon at tho homo ot Mr. Winkler ho
No. H, regulating tho orcctlon mid
maintenance, ot tenement houses.
In order to make somo minor
changes In ordinance No, 13, regulat
ing tlio delivery ot milk, It was ie
furred luck to tho Commltteo on
Health and Sanitation,
Captain A. T. Marix, U. 8. Murlin
Corps, ipnrlcrniaster nt Camp Very,
wiolo a letter asking Ihn Supervisors
to liu.tall two electric lights 011 Ala
Moairi ruad for Ihn convenience of sol
dlers passing that way at night. Tho
matter wan icferrod to tho Committee,
on nieclrle Lights. Tho lemiest or S.
M. Damon thnt four lights ho placed
near tho entrance of his Moamilua es
tate was tho subject of considerable
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OF THE U. 9 INTERNAL
THE DISTRICT OF HAWAII
ENDING JUNE 30, 19M.
discussion. Qulnn favored putting In
tho lights at once, stating that Mr.
Damon had done n great deal for the
good of tho city. Aylctt thought the
matter should bo taken up In tho reg
lularwny through n commute
Tho subject of printing tho ordi
nances In tho different city papers
was brought up by Qulnn. and Comity
Clerk Kalaiiokalanl explained that ho
gavo tho ordinances to tho papers In
rotation anil snowed no favor t sin.
Supervisor Logan said that whllo ho
had ortcn hnd tho opportunity m Jug
gle tho ordinances mound nnd glvo
1110 star 1 no benefit or tho 10113 ones,
that ho had novor dono so. , The Coun
ty Clerk said that ir the Siiponisbrs
wished to tako this duty away from
him, they wero perfectly welcomo to
do so. Qulnn said ho had no Inten
tion of criticising tho County Clerk
but merely nuked about tho Matter.
The appropriation for tho maintain-
anco of tho Hawaiian band was, for
mo 111 si lime, pro-rated as fallows:
Ono soloist and assistant bandmas
ter, $8.'.: 0110 first-class musician. $70:
thrao first class members nt $65; eight
second class members nt $55; ten
third class members nt $50; five
fourth-class members nt $30; ono voc
alist at $50; ono bandmaster nt $1S5;
County Kngliiecr Gcro reported that
work on tho Wnlkano brldgo wns com
pleted Tuesday, and that his men
could turn their nttcntlon elsewhere.
Ho also reported that tho BChool work
Is Hearing completion. Ho expressed
tho belief that $1700 will cover tho
cost of tho school hoiisa renovation
work, exclusive ot tho plumbing. Ho
said that ho wns not nblo to hazard 11
guess as to thu cost of that.
"I bcllevo that we should davoto tho
rest of llui money on hand to tho
school In tho outside districts," said
(lero. "Tho schools at Alca. Pearl
City and Wnlnlua particularly require
The Health Commltteo prcsontod de
mands for tho salaries of tho new of
ficers, appointed In accordance with
tho act of tho Inst Legislature, ns fol-
City and County Physlclnn, $150;
Milk Inspector, $100; Meat Inspector,
$150; Fish Inspector, $S5; Dulldlng
and Plumbing Insiiector, $175; Sunb
tary Inspectors, $170; Morguo Attend
Dr. Mnckall, County Physician, re
ported that nt tho patients who wero
at thu Queen's Hospital on July 1 ut
tho County's expense, but eight now
remain. When ticso hnvo been dis
charged ho believes thai tho cxpenso
fur tho ca'ro or tho indigent sick will
ij; l,oaU' KM,,CC"1 '""' C1U1 '"' koI'1
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MR. WILLIAMS WRITES
I'M 1 1 or livening H ill loll n
Will "" kindly allow mo spuco In
your uier to correct somu statements
mndu In last uyunlng'u lssuu under tho
heading "GreWHomu Fight Ovor tho
Dead." I had no trouble or nght with
Mr. Sllva; and on tho occasion re
ferred to, was not nt his placo or bus
iness iiml I111I no conversation with
returned and reported to 1119 and thcro
tho matter ended as far as I was con
cerned until the, Kagles camo to 1110
and said that Mr. Sllva hud turned
tho remains pf Mr. Winkler over to
them nnd they wanted 'mo to sond my
wagon for them, which was dono nnd
tho funeral arrangements went on ac
cording to ngreement
111 regard In tlio Slnierson cabo, I
know nothing about It until somu
idays uftcr tho funeral when two or
Ihrco panics related to 1110 Sllvn'B own
story ot how Bllck bo did mo out or a
c:ki that was Intended tor me. It
was somo tlmo after this that a mem
ber of tho family told mo about It. Ho
said that a paity at tho house asked
t - v ' "
A mass meeting will bo held to
morrow, probably In tho Honolulu
Theater, by the leaders of the High
er Wage Aetoclations of this Island,
Maul nnd Hawaii. It may bo that
another mass meeting will bo called
upon the nrrivnl of tho delegates
from Kauai on Sunday.
The meeting Is called for the pur
pose of receiving reports from the
delegates of the other lelan.1", nnd to
discuss further tlio advisability' of
continuing or suppressing tho strlk;
M. Otsuku, n Japanese Interpreter,
who arrived ibis morning from Haul
en the Claudine. said that tho Mnul
delegates had nil come on the samo
btcaincr. According to tho Maul
News, n .Inpanesc newspaper, ho I
one of tho officials ot the Higher
Wngo Association there. This ho
denies. He claims to have nothing
to do with tho strike.
He said this morning that ho be
lieves tho .lapancso on Mnul will go
out If something Is not done to sat
"There should bo no discrimina
tion shown In regulating the wages
of tho laborers," said Otsuka today.
"What the employers should do Is to
pay the laborers according to tlio
nmount of work they perform for
their masters. They should not
ullow the Japanese to bo paid less
wages because they nro Japanese.
"They should not pay the white
laborers higher wages, regardless of
tho amount ot work they render, be
cause they arc whlto men.
"I bcllevo In paving men, regard
less of their color, race, or nation
ality, according to their nbllty and
thu amount of work they render for
According to tho strlko sympa
thizers, n resolution will bo passe I
nt tho mass meeting to be held to
morrow to contiuuo the strlko fol
higher wages, nnd In order to ac
complish their purpose, It Is neces
sary to declare u trlko on Mnul, Ha
waii nnd Kauai.
Tho Maui delegates in town are
N. Otsuka nnd Mori of Wnlluku, Kl
murn of Walkapu, Tnnnbo of Klhci,
Shlrota of Lahaina, Kato of liana,
Puklshimn of Knhuliil and Putiena
and Mlto or 1'aln. Two nro Inbor
crB. Tho men aro slopping nt tho Jap
anese hotels, Tho Mauna Loa, duo
to arrive tomorrow morning troni
Knu nnd Konn, Is expected to bring
the Hawaii delegates, Tho chair
man of tho meeting Is not yet select
ed. The meeting will bo held tn tho
afternoon, probably nt 3 o'clock.
HONORED BY FIRST
Georgo IJesbn ond J. N. S. Williams (
nro tho first postmasters to receive
their commissions signed by President
Tnft. They both nrrlved In Hie samo
mall, and bnva been forwarded to Mr.
Desha nt HUo, and Williams at Knliu-
lul. Neither can claim tho distinction
or receiving tho first commission, but
will have to dlvido the honors evenly.
Arthur Waal, posimustcr ut l.nhal-
1111, Maul, hears tho distinction ot be
ing tho only Kedernl omclnl in Ha
waii who ban held three consecutlvo
commlshlo'is us iiostmastur under thu
last three Presidential administra
tions, Mr. Waal was appointed by
President McKlnley. President Iloose-
yult reappointed him, and when Presi
dent Tnft wns elected bo nlso named
Waal to cimtluuo In office.
u ti tunt rt n :ui u tt n h tut rt :: n
"Central" for fit 1111 dbo was connect
ed with Mr. Sllvn'u phone, which Is
179. When asked If that was Mr.
Williams, Sllvn gavo n misleading an
swer nml tho parly thinking ho was
talking to soma 0110 In my office, told
him what was wanted. Sllva then
rushed out to thu houso mid sur
prised them by his nppenranco, but ho
stayed thero until he finally got tho
catg. When this member of tho fam
ily arrhe-1 at home uml found what
had happened ho was naturally very
Indignant and told tho family that ho
was going down to hnvo tho caso
turned over to me whero It belonged,
but they pruvullcd iihi him to mako
no truiiblo' nnd Ihero thu nnttcr
I dUUke very much to sen nnj thing
of this kind In thu dally papers, but
ftot It my duty to correct, nny mis
understanding, that might occur from
yesterday'g publication. Thoso who
know 1110 11001I no enlightenment.
Thanking you for your valuable
spjco, I remain
Very 1 1 uly yours,
II. H. WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, July 29.
I Mr. Williams In his talk with tho
llui lot In reporter used tho word
"wo" In speaking of tho Winkler caso.
nnd apparently did not reallzo Its Im
port until tho detail of Ids talk ap
peared in print. Editor Dullctlu.J
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