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BVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., TUE8DAY, NOV. 2. 1901.
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TUESDAY HOYEMBER 8, 1909
The true, strong and sound mind it the mind that can embrace
eaually great things and small Boswell.
Members o( the Legislature are no
doubt Impressed with tho fact that
they, and their acts wtll be the cen
f.tf of'ipuullc attentlou and com
ment throughout1 the special session.
,They are very much-In the lime
light and there Is Just one Usuo be
fore them and tu the minds of the
The situation Is not like that of a
regular session. A multitude of sub
jects will not befog the purpose ot
the session or mislead the people as
to what should be done. There can
be no mixing of good roads, need
for brldgeit, the trials of county ad-
ministration, the troubles of varl-'
ous departments, with the subject
matter thut will be uppermost in
the minds of the voters while the
Legislators remain In session.'
Jlecommendatlons for the amend
ment, of the Organic Act to adapt
that Federal enabling act to chang-
J New York City and San Francisco
are' holding elections today that are'
attracting as wide Interest as "off
year,". Congressional contests.
Vru'rlhcaVlon 'of the municipality is
the issue that Is'belrig fought in the
two, oreet ctles of the east and west.
Unfortunately New York City and
Ban Francisco furnish shining ex
amples' or the need for the purifica
tion. In Snn Francisco graft and ant!
(craft are centering about the candi
dacy ot Francis J. lteney for District
Attorney. He. was defeated for the
Itepa'bllcan nomination, but finally
kot on the list through the Demo
cratic party. He Is Ilghtng against
twine odds and should be win it
will be the greatest victory the Te
forni'Jorce of San "Francisco here
ever gained. There is much to fndl
cMt' that San Franciscans In their
desjfe ttfat nothing shall be done
that wil hurt business will elect
engraft 'mayor and a prosecuting ot
fleer Who will look the other way.
lh New York the election contest
frfjthe most Important ever held In
the; .metropolis. The question Is
vhethe'r the. anti-Tammany forces
ah so divided that the corrupt can
didates will work their way througn
arnong" the contending factions of the
Hearst is in the fight, and as us
ual1, (''playing a picturesque part,
though -with little promise or secur
Inflection to the maoralty. Judgg
tiaynoi- Is. Hie Tammany candidate,
pi Ahe "regular" Democratic nomi
nee; (Mrriannard, a good-natured,
- ypjthjr philanthropic bachelor-cap
ItajIsVtsthe Republican Fusion
r Mr.; Hearst became i candidate
fdr.maypr.on condition that th con
dldktei on the nenubllcfln.Piiainn
-tfclef, other than the nominee for
nayor, be supported by his follow.
?rb,Ne.w York City the nnrae of a
JfLet the speed with which tho busi
ness of the first. day was dispatched
bit t, he keynote tor the whole session.
1 SI I l ll
' Let .every citizen consollrTut,. hla
energies 'tor a greater and a better
Honolulu." Then there will be but
ope answer to the query "What will
1 . in i.j ..iij j i
J Recommendations for the amend-
'Inent Of thn nrffiinln Apt onnallffilA
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the sole, business of the special ses- Ing the system of government tram
BW.: ."Stick to business" epitomizes ed for the protection of life, Ilbeityl
?". 1 """ ut " v.'!". ,
, , tBKscsx-ani
"ifiam.raJ Sebree has discovered
4tMt the cannibals ,of Admiralty Is-
(iff aaye eatpn, two Englishmen
aaa inree cninamen. The nni.iir
rjsftsl-iyUh bated breath the cannl-
baltojflc'j'eportjon which brand Is
considered the greater delicacy In
400, .South Seas.
A ' ( 'Up
' Bholild' the"' Democrats be able
PAYABLE Iff ADVAKCX
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r VMr,unhilUj ,. ... l.oo
Pti Ytw.urvhtn Cusds... I. So
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U HCBUi-ttUt MM.
lag conditions constitute the sole
reason for bringing the Legislature
together In extra aesslou. There has
been no general call from the peo
ple that the Legislators act on any
Public desires, public necessity
und public demand center on these
No other good excuse can be given
for the oxlstence of an extra session.
Consequently there Is no Justifica
tion for bringing into the delibera
tions ot this session any other mat
ters that will operate to distract the
Legislators from the matter in hand,
delay the progress of the measure
brought before .thorn by tho Governor,
or prolong tho session.
There Is one thing for tho mem
bers of the Legislature toi do, and
the voters ot the Territory expect
them to do It In the shortest possible
tandldate for office may appear on
the official ballot in more -than one
column. Under the arrangement
proposed by Mr. Hearst, therefore',
the names of the Fusion nominees,
except that of Mr. Uannard, the
nominee for mayor,, appears both In
the Republican column and In the
Civic Alliance 'column.
The Civic Alliance Is the name
adopted by the voters supporting
Mr. Ijearst, Tammany having se
cured control' of the former Hearst
organization, the. Independence
League. The elector ,who votes the
Republican ticket beaded by Ban-
nard for .mayor Will vote for the, Fu
sion nominees for the-other Import
ant offices, Including those of comp
troller and members of the board or
estimate and appointment. The
elector who votes the Hearst ticket
will vote for ttje same Fusion nomi
nees. ' 1
The election df these men should
be of Immense advantage to Man'
hattan. While opinions differ re
spcctlng the qualifications of Ban-
nard and Gaynor as rival candidates
for mayor, there Is no dispute as to
the worth ot the Fusion nominees
and the undeslrablllty of the Tam
many nominees for the other offices
on the ticket.
In 190G there were three separate
tickets In the Held. McClcllan. the
Tammany nominee, won by a vote or
2Z8,6S1. The Hearst vote for mayor
was 225,165. ivlns, the Republican
nominee, secured. 137,049. , the
nominees on the Republican and
uearsi tickets, other than tor the
office of major, had been Identical
in iu&, ns Is (ho caso this
year, the Fuslonlsts would have cap
iurea an the ofllces save that of
mayor at the time Mcdelian was
It Is hoped that the Hearst move
ment will bring about the election of
an the nominees whose names an
pear on both the Republican-Fusion
and Civic Alliance tickets
land law amendment, what can
profit any man either here or
wasmngtonT what usually hap
pens to men or parties with whom
rests the responsibility for blocking
would be quite as much to the
I point If Hawaii were to demand the
asportation of all alien.'' public ene
mjes engaged In nof only pre'a'chlnj
dancflrnna ilivlrlnjia h.it '..MAlni-
i""u mo .jumuii or pappinoss.
If William Ratfdolph ' Hearst
should bo elected Mayor or New
York City It must bei a disappoint
ment. in hi mi. nt -. .i,..... j
feated candidate answering the "call
of the people" he gets all the free
advertising thut comes with the po-
uucai game and none of the respon
sibilities of office. ,
If there,. be any doubt tbat the
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It Is Impossible
To get at much satisfaction out of
living in a rented home u it ii to
get when Hying in a home of your
own. All thingi being equal, it is
extravagance to pay rent.
It Is Possible
For you to own a home if it it pos
sible for you to pay rent. When se
lecting a site for a home yon should
select your lot in a good neighbor,
hood healthful, cool, with good car
service and pleasant surroundings.
We can offer all these advantages in
COLLEGE HUL LOTS.
Prices are low terms easy.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
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STOCKS AND BONDS.
SEAL ESTATE MORTGAGES.
HONEY TO LOAN ON LISTED COL
LATERAL OR PRODUCTIVE
843 BETHEL STREET.
0 u 1 1 e 1 1 n gets the news and gets
It first, casual Inquiry will prove that
half the Dig lluslness men In town
got their first Information of the lat
est big business deals through the
columns of the D u 1 1 o 1 1 n-. It
inakes no difference what your pre
judices may be, you must have the
Bulletin If you .would get the
news. l i
i ir the commission named by Presi
dent McKlnley to frame tho Organic
'Act of Hawaii had devoted Its de
liberations to a discussion of the Im
portant) ot the soul, It would have
shown jthe same brand of Judgment
as would be exhibited by the special
Session of Hawaii's Legislature In
taking up time with other legisla
tive '.tmatters than the recommenda
tions for the amendment of the Or
Trend or the sugar quotations con
tinues to support the claim that it
is always safe to go opposite to the
REAL ESTATE FOR
A genuine bargain is good resi
dential section, suitable for small
A story and a half house with all
modem unnovementa, stables, ware
house, ere. .
Building lots in lfanoa Valley,
Xaimnki Park and Waialae Tracts.
Cash or installments.
Unfurnished houses in College
Hills, 'King Street, Pawaa,Matlook
A partially furnished cottage on
beach at Waikikt . .
.ft r ' JU. A
fort and Merchant Street!'
m,uM M l1wnt, ftiu.w.'.v u
Frequent the Alexander
YoungCafe in preference
to any other. They hab
itually speak of it as
Open from 6 a,
11:30 p. m.
In Your Business
predictions' of the Sugar Trust. This
Is the' time... according to Trust
piophets, .when prices should slump
on account of harvesting the beet
crop. The harvest has gone for
ward on. schedule time, and the pric
es hold, as ''good or better than be-
(Continued from Pan 11
Sections 1418Q and HUH thereof.
4 An Act to amend Act 39 of the
Session Laws of 1905, entitled "An
Act Creating Counties within the Ter
ritory ot llavvall'nnd providing for the
G. An, Act to amend Section 1 of
Act 102 of the Session Laws of 190S
as amended by Act 147 of tho Session
Laws of 1909.
6, An Act for tho relief of persons
released from tho leper settlement .at
On motion of Coelho, tho bills passed
Senator Harvey Introduced two
. . .LfJeSL ii '.H.gatetoli. '
resolutions with a view to pushing1
them through, but President Hmltli
thought they should be referred to
their respective committees until
such a time when they can be tuken
up In the regular order. One pro
vided for the turning over of the
present post office building to the
city for munclpal purposes after tho
federal building Is completed. The
other th,nt the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands be requested (u withhold
from sale or exchange any land that
may come under his control until
the present land laws ot Hawaii are
changed. President Smith istaied
that In view otthe fact that hn
Governor's proposed nmemtmonts to
the Organic Act referred to the land
laws, that It was only appropriate
to lay the last reoolutlou on the ta
ble and take It up nt the same time
the bill to amend the land Ian wits
considered. Senator Coehlo pro
tested on delay, and urgisl Immedi
ate action, but the resolutions were
temporarily laid over.
Whereas, the failure to stimulate
general Intercut In Nina fide settlers
to take up homedexds In the Tail-
tory Is due to the unjutt require
ments of the existing land ), ana
Whereas, It Is the popular demand
of the cltlscns of Hawaii Ihxt the
said laws be modified In ch man
ner as to Rive prwpeftlve wUlerl
more favorable and enoonrasfcf con
ditions to compl with than atv n.v"
Whereas, It Is a1w the r-ir-aUr de
sire of the people tht famfc 4UrH
sltlon of the prewnt hAldiivp, tM1c
land, bj sale or fc.T.cv, W -
pended temporarll; rtierer.ve be It
Rwohed, bj the Senate ot the
Legislature of the Territory ot Ha
waii in apeclal e!oa awfrnMrJ.
the House of Representative concur
ring, that the Commissioner cf Pub
lic Lands be and he is hereby re
quested to withhold from sale or ex
change any public land tiw or that
may hereafter come under bis con
trol, until the present land lans ot
Hawaii nre changed. Provided, how
ever, that when deemed necessary
for the benefit of the public, he may
exchange public land for road, park
or public building site.
P. It. HARVEY.
Senator Third District.
Senate Chamber, Honolulu, Nor.
Whereas, the -voter of the City
and County of Honolulu at the first
general election under the charter
approved by Implication the propo
sition tor a municipal building; and
Whereas, such a building out or
current municipal revenues Is out of
the question; and
Whereas, there Is a prospect that
the Government of the United States
will have erected a public building
In Honolulu to accommodate among
other federal offices the Hnoolulu
post office, thereby enabling the sur
render back to the Government of
the Territory the building now occu
pied by the post office departments;
Resolved, that It Is the sense or
the Legislature of the Territory or
Hawaii In special session assembled
that upon the surrender by the
United States Government of the
building as above anticipated, the
same shall, together wfth the build
ing known as "Honolulu Hale," be
turned over to the Government or
the City and County of Honolulu for
the purposes and uses of municipal
headquarters and offices.
llesolved, that certified coples'of
mis resolution be transmitted to the
Governor or the Territory and to the
Commissioner or Public Lands and
Superintendent or Public Works.
P. R. HAHVEY, '
Senator, Third District.
Senate Chamber, Honolulu, N6v,
Quite a large crowd witnessed the
opening or tho Senate, among them a
number or joung ladles who wcro
greatly Interested In the proceedings,
vvun Henator ralrchlld absent, the
body or the Senate Is mode uo of W.
O. Smith, D. K. Baker, J. T. Brown, C
K. Chlllngworth. W. J. Coelho, K. R.
iiarvey, b. el Kalama. E. A. Makekau
C. J. McCarthy, H. T. Moore, E. W,
viuinn, w. T. Robinson, P. p. Woods
and is. a. Kpudscn.
Promptly at 11 o'clock, Scrgoantat.
arms Holt announcod tho arrival of
secretary AIcBrlde, bearing a message
from tho Governor. Tho list contained
the, names of tho appolntcos to various
buiviuiuvui pusiuon, wnicn tho Gov'
ernor desired confirmation of the
aenate. on motion of Senator Chll
. The "Arnold" Knit Diaper does away with all
and is inexpensive; 2.80 to per dor.
til l"7! rtyCTpjgiS
The Bishop Trust Company,
f.n . limits .
t i , Limited,
KG to announce Hint
their Trust business, where ladles, desirous or sav
ing money, or with property Interests, or funds to
..Invest may call or correspoud and receive ndvlce as to
opening n bank account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, buvlng real estate, stocks or bonds, or Investing In
any otlior class of security. Under the Laws of tho Ter
ritory a wounn can hold property In her own rlgl t.
The Illshop Trust Company foel that they have been
fortunate In securing ror this Department the services ot
Miss J. T. Maclntyre, who Is well known In the business
community of Honolulu ns tho manager for eight years
past cf Illshop ft Company's Savings Hank, Miss Macln
tyre will have an office In the Illshop Trust Company's
Ilulldlng on Ilcthel Street, where she will be found dally
from 9 to 12, alter the 1st of January.
All accounts and. transactions strictly confidential.
Unpvorth, which was adopted, the
llt was referred to the Printing Com
mittee, Senator Coehlo Introduced n con
current resolution for tho purposo ot
InxeMtcatlng the fliinnclul needs of
the College of Hawaii, tho methods
nt college endowment, and to facili
tate the Installation of certain fix
ture In the college, for which no
ra.vney Is available. Coelho recom
mended Its Immediate adoption, but
after some discussion It win referred
to the standing committee. The res
Whereas, the congested condition
ot the quarters In which the work of
t'he College ot Hawaii Is at present
carried on urgently requires imme
diate attention In order to properly
and permanent!) Install the valuable
appliance with which the Institu
tion Is being equipped, and that the
facilities for practical demonstra
tions in field work would be avail
able to tho students; therefore, be It
Resolved, by the Senate of tho
Legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii In special session assembled, the
House of Representatives concurring,
that the School Fund Commission
appointed by virtue or the provisions
or Joint resolution No. 3 of the regu
lar session of 1909, be requested to
also Investigate methods of endow
ing colleges of similar character
elsewhere and to consider ways and
means for the endowment of the Col
lego or Hawaii, and report their con
clusions and recommendations per
taining thereto and such bill or bills
as may bo deemed necessary ror tho
effectuation of such recommenda
tions to the Governor not later than
July 1, 1910.
W. J. COELHO,
Senator Second District.
Senate Chamber, Honolulu, Nov.
Thcro being no other business on
the clerk's desk, Chllllngworth moved
for adjournment until 10 o'clock to
(Continued from Page 3)
When the House took a recess, he
approached and kissed Holsteln on the
hand. At tha same time ho tried to
olloll (chanting) In honor of the Czar
or the Houso. Holsteln, who' is famil
iar with Paloka's characteristics, po
litely but firmly told Paloka to hold
down his musical chord until somo oth
er time. Paloka camo away without
recelvlnc hookupus from tho lawmak
ers. It )a evident that Paloka will
mako another visit nt tho Legislative
hall, In order to entertain the lawmak
ers with his recently comiiosed ollolls.
Late this forenoon Representative
RIcoMntroduced Iu the Houso the Con
current Resolution amending the Or
ganic Act of tho Territory entitled "An
Act to Provide a Government for the
Territory of Hawaii." approved April
30. 1900, substantially In tho manner
and form set rorth In tho following
proposed bill which tho Delegato to
Congress la requested to Introduce and
nrgo In Congress. Tho resolution was
taken up at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Tho cntlro boundary lino betweon
Canada und tho United States has
been surveyed with tho completion at
Point Robert, Wash., of tho work of
.mX -.tU the Proved garments for the
babies atroduced by the manufacturers of "Arnold"
JErA te ,n o"8 t has greater influence
wt Diate "d'Wttfr.t th"' th9
,. XLn?al 1en "wttMi diaper will draw
when wet, is cold and irritating to the child, and
m u ??" ,f m.uoh iBflnution. It it hard to
wun, ones slowly, and, being cut square, can never
be applied to the baby so that it will be uncomfortable.
on January 1st, 1910, they will
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