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EVENINfJ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T- II., WEDNnnDAV, NOV. 3; '09
Remember Saturday, ISbv. 6th.
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NEW MOULDINGS, NEW PRINTS, NEW FILMS, NEW CAMERAS, NEW IDEAS
1066 Fort Street
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Conference May Bring
' About Peace "u
The iloo of ponce hovered lovingly
ocr thu (IcIIIjtjiIoiib of n JiInt meet
ing of a Bpccl.il ciimmlltoo selected
from this Honolulu Merchants' Affi
liation mill lliu meniboishlp or tlio
City ami County Hoard of Supcrylsn,rs,
which took place ut tlio lin.ir.ru ro'im
lusturiliiy afternoon in consider tlio
Tlio gathering c r tlio bmlnczii Inter
efts of tlio city nml tlio Inwmakcra
was productive of kooiI rcaultH nnd n
miicli better undu.'Uatidlng t n'que'i;
tlon Unit lias Imlir'o.l tlio Biipenlsors
lit many a prcilnus res'tlon of tlio
In concluding Ms romniks hjforc
tho board Mr. GeorfjJ W. Smith n,c(
Ins ns Br.(il:cTit'u for tlio Merchants
Association stalt.1 tint many points
had beii cleared lip through tlio con
fcrcnto. Ilo told tho Hoard that (lis
bnrlnc'. Intci (tB of the city as run
resented In lliu AicoclUlon wro
heartily In favor uf a batter nml liu
piinoil (cloplione service. Ho wan"
pleased to learn fmni tlio board that
tbey also concurred In this tentlment
Hu expressed tlio hope that nB n result
of the meeting n mutual understand
liu; would bo reached with tho tele
phone company. '
Harmony was advocated during tlio
tr.-o hours deliberation. In which
JIcbsik. Smith and Trent participated.
A better lUfJerKfui'llng b!tw-cn( nl
patties Ib li'lleved would result In u
prompt Improvement en tho Bcrvlco
now being fiirnluhcil by tho Mutual
We know of no other medicine which has been so suc
cessful in relieving the suffering of, women, or secured so
many genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E. Pinkham's
, Vegetable Compound. . -
In almost every community yon will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable 'Compound. Almost every woman you meet has
either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn. Maare files con
i taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state qver
their own signatures that they have regained their health by
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
' Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations.
Lydia E. Pinkham'Vegetable Compound is made ex
clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless.
The reason why it is so successful is because it contains
ingredients which act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy.
3IIniirnolls,IIiin.: "I wusn great sufferer from frmnle
trniilih'ri whlcli iiui'.eil 11 weakness mill broken down comlltlon
of tlio Myiitr.m. I renil ho miicli of what ,& 13, JL'lnkliam's
Vegetable. Compound liiul ilono for other suflerlnir women, I felt
Nino it would licln me, and 1 mustxtty it did liclp 111c wonder
fully. "Within tlireo iiionths I was n nerfectly well wOtiian. "
"I wnnt this letter miiilo nubile to show tlio benefits to bo
derlyod lioui rdla K. LMuklmin's Ve-retitblo Compiiunil."
Women who are suffering from those distressing ills
peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts
or doubt, the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound to restore their health.
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Practically all members of tho hoard
took, n .ling at tho agreement which
lias been productive nftcr many luuirn
Huporvli-or Qiilnn has tlio honor of
brliiBlng the matter to a concrete
basis. (Jiiinn came forward with a
motion that a r.pcclnl coinmlttco con
ilr.il:i,t of five members of the Hoard
cf HuporWsors bo appointed by thu,
ainor, tp draw up nn agreement witn
tho telephone cuihpany which would
nit-t with the npprovnl of tho mnjoilty
of the board. Their recommendation's
lire to Include everything that Is be
hoved to bo for' tho best 'interests, of
tho county nnd city, Tlio coiiimlttco
delegates thou ;lll confer wllh the
Mci chants' Association, and tho tele
phone agreement can lis presented to
the Company for, a final ru'ielou nnd
Qiihm's motion received n prompt
jieroml from l.ogan, who added a word
for pe-ice nnd harmony and l:isl;t .'
.illy !o a hitler phone service
The lnrtlun curiled an I tho special
cniiiiUtcO will Includo Supervisors
Aylctt, Cnj,-, McClellnn, Ahln, Knnp
nml filrt) the Mayor. They will havii
until Thursilny to act nnd expect to
ugree upon itith suggestions mid
anirtidmontn to thu original ngi cement
in time fur a cuufcicuce with thu Mor,
ilinnls' Anroclation committee nnd tho
r.iHtiigcr.ient uf tho telepionu com
pany. Mr. Smith In speaking for llio Mer
chants' Aibocliitlon Bald that that ,
Raulz-ithm i.iood 11911 committed In llio
reported action Inketi by tho Hoard
li turning down thu oilglual ngreo
imnt. What Ibo business men wanted
vas Information. Tho Ar.inchtlon be
lieved that n prnicr understanding
might bo 'arrived at If nil sides got
together. What 'tho Association Blii
rercly favored was an Improvement In
the hollo service now being furnished
snbacilbers In Honolulu. The com
pany was nhout to Install a better
tyvtcni and he hoped' that tho iiiurd
was not trying to block the whouls.uf
liogic'fa nlong these lines ns-lind been
Intimated by a portion of tho city
Efetr f r-
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Ilolli O.11I1111 ami I.og.in wore reluct-
nnt In scnlng on a special committee1
of Supervisors In conference, as the)
had stoop nil along for tho adoption
of tii'c original agreement. They r.ug
Rested that tho membership of this
body" be compns'ed of ibo majority of
the board who had turned down I lie
telephone company's proposition.
County Attorney Mllvorton was call
ed upon to prevent nil points under
controversy. Hu tot forth tlio sub
ject ns It stands nt tho present tlinp
nnd Indicated (0 tho representative's
ot the Merchants' Association biicIi
clauses In thu telephone agreement
null wcrv; uujeciiuniiujo iu tou majur-i
11 ui lliu uuui;ii. uuj uiiiiiyuiii,;i
in'-ed by certain members of tho
I id was that between tlx nnd Bcvcn
1 ussmd dollars. v,-(iuUl noessaiily lii)
lended In laying In conduits, whlo
) present wliei helonglug to the
l'ollco and lire nlaruui were good for
n'jnut ten yq.irs.
IloweNcr beforo tho conferenco wi'ib
brought to a close nil members of the
board expressed themsehes us In un ,
way allied against n modern and pr'ii
Kiesslve telephono system. They do-'
nled that they lml Let thonisolw-s to
hamper thu Inttullatlou of (ho luvv 1
nystein. They wanted the county nn'l I
city to get n Tf.lr bIiow In tho matter.
The members nlso Inforined tho Mor
chants Assuclaflon dilegjtlon that
they stood ready to consider nny
proposition of iimendmciits to tlio 1
original agreement flint might lu sub
mltted by the telephono people, 'it
was contended that the present agree-'
ment was too sttongly ilinnn In cer-
tain sections mid clauca.
HOLD 'MISERY DAY'
LONDON, Octobar IS. In tho little
Shropshire township of Mnikct Dray
ton theie was teen recently moro ap
parent misery tliuu 0110 would nor
mally Ilnd In two whole euuutle3. ,
Throughout a whole day local bach
elors wandered around with the ncored
lines of hngiilsh upon their features. .
Kortunately this Olttrpss was. merely
en tho tin face. All tl.a wearers of
jaundiced countenances wfiro blntply
competitors In surely tho etronscst
competition over devised a rmipetl
tlon for the- moat miserable-looking
I was held nt a feto In nld of a
Shropthlre, sanitarium. For das thp
bachelois had boon practlclcE lio-v to
draw n long face. The feto woul 1 have
been n gloomy luneilon had Ihcio not
been n contrast prize offered for thu
l.aplilcsHooklng rplustei- (no npq llm
ItV an I tho Bmartest-stepplng boy nnd
girl under sixteen.
No feto held ocr presented fiich a
comical uHwaranco as did till- tented
luclosuro nt tho end of tho town.
WI1II0 tho mei esBiiyel to looked
gloomy, tho giila wero all Plains. In
tho "misery" clais marks wuro award-'
cil for tho following points: l'uikuro,!
brows, drooping inoiith earner.!, wild
or sad eyes, unshaven thin nnd gen
eral forlorn appearance. Dlmpless,
good teeth, apple cheeks, enticing
glances went toward 'the making of j
u happy )ou:ig woman: and neat I
clothes, and iib-Jvc, all upright lur-.
rlago, wero tha points 'upon which tho
tmartcsl boy and girl wero picked
One man with his fate puckered In
to angles of distress was a hot favor- j
lies for tho "misery" vrlzo until ltd
was caught by ii-judgo behind thu ten
tent with his faeo relaxed and danc
ing to n merry tunu from I ho baiui. '
A young comitiyma'11 kno'wn to have
been disappointed In love, who would
h:io been a good model for tho car
renter In tho Mournful wnlk-wljh tho
walrus, nflerwnrd seonieil curtiln to
win. When hovcvor, ho was nttruct
lug undue attention he Hod tho field.
Kventually tho "misery" prize went
to a yuuiig mini lianiod William Turn
er, Tho'uwaid for tho happiest joung
woman went to a glil who has thp
mlsfoitnne lb bo dc'af n'nd dumb
nullum (:r.iiiiri, nini i.iniA i,,..,,.m
won in tho class for children who
cnirled theinsolvvs tho best.
Adjutant fcr Philippines Now York ,
Col. II. O. S. Ilelstaud.U a. A., ml-Jutunt-gencral
of tho department it the
Hast, Is ordered to tho, Philippines us
adjtltant-nennral thorn tin iinn...lu
Col, James T. Kerr, nnd will snll Dec.
5 for ils now post.
Secretary to Visit South-VWmdilng-ton
Sr.qrctay or tlpa NuvA Meyer has
bcrcplcil an InvKntlou In visit diaries
ton 8. C on Novenil'ei T,, Mr. Jlepr
vlll Uslt tho Murine nchool of applica
tion at Tort ftoyhl and will also Inspect
the Chaileclon navy yard,
h iw"''M' 1 tUfl
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Governor's Trivate Secretary Bearing Message to lesislaturc.
HOUSE. , cclvcs on iccord iib being unfair.
(Continued' from "Pace D
Hon providing for the iiincnduiciits
to the OrgntilcMct.
AITonto Ininicdl'a'tcl moved that a
coiiEldciutlon of the Btctlon be do
laed until tho Legislators have an
opportunity of studlng Its provis
ion icarefully and avoiding thu dan
gers of 11 "snap judgment." Alfon
so's motion was curried, nnd the
committee proceeded with tho othur
Section 4 of tho proposed bill, glv
lug more latitude ns to, .the times
within which bonds may .bo ir.ado
ledccmablo and paynbto, "no us to
mako It possible to sell bonds at
higher prices nnd wllh lower ruled ut
Intercut, was um.uoivd without dis
cussion. U -
Section SI, proyiding for tho ills
qunlll.catlon uf .lidges who have
been of counsel In a ease and uutlior
Izlng tho Lcglslatuie to mid new
cullies or disqualification and pinltl- , nvlvlw n....... ,c ,.u , n
lug that a Ja-lge -hculd not sit on an ' IDON. Octouer lS.-"Sanl .11
nppc.1l fiom a dj Ulon lemleinl by ' vlnlng" Is tho latett cult of fashion
him, Instead cf puivldlng thut ho nblo feminity, who pay their gulncu
th.il! dot sit 011 n:i appeal In nny j to peer Into tho misty futuro through
caec in which hu in ,y have given a
decision upen iitiyVuilnt.
Soctlon 8 was ludoibcd mithorlz
iug tho I'leshlent to lesloro to thu
Territory piopcity inkon for Feder
al purpoEuj; niitho. Izlng tho Presi
dent In tianjfer to the Territory tlio
title of prapa.-ly iuhI by tho Terll
lory for publlu pin poses nml by per
mitting tlu (iove.uor, when authpt
ized by tlio Lcgliluturo, to trnnrfci'
tho title tu property teiiuliuj by
Tho ocjl!n:i In 'leasing tlio B.ilnry
of tho tlovernur from i.,,0C0 to Sly,-
000. the Feerelary cf thu Tenllury
r.-om :i,uu to ,,ouo, tho ctiit-r .iiv-
llco fiom $:,,, -,oo In ir,,.-,()ll, Asi-ccl-nte
Justices fiom .",,01)0 to $C,.0t,
Circuit judges fiom :i,ouo to y...
000, tho United States Marshal f.-uai
3,000, to 14,000.
This temporal ily dl3pP33il rf all
tl'C suggested amendments wllh Un
oxreptlou of the dcforicd l.nul Uxt
Affonro moved that a public mtot
lug bo held at which liu sentlmcnU
of tho public would bo henrd' by "tho
members of the Leglslntuio. ins
motion called for nn evening meet
ing. t s
iiviirewniaiivo uoney or Kauai do-
clared Hint there wus no leison Tor
dolay. Ho said that tho meinberu of
the Legislature who hnd iiotl'eomu
with ,i dellnttu Idea of their eon-
constituency wero derelict In, their
liity. Coney was supi:'rled In (ilia
view by Sheldon, who iledureirth.it
tlio rcakou for the convening of tho
Hiccl.il seislon whs known nil oyer
tlm 'i'ii.. It..-., i ,.. .a... r. . .....
ntlnV ot Z . ' b " "
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cd. Similar views were expressed
uy Like nnd C'one.i, nnd Illcu a mo
tion (hat the section be tnkeii up for
lonaldcratlou was finally carried,
i no question Ihrn nroao ns to
whelhtr tho (iovcrnor wai to uppear'
bcroru tho comuillteo on llio land
clause. Catlto i.tated that ho did
"ct M' the n,,eMally of calling cm
"10 Hovernor and urgod that thp
I'omiuiiieo snoiiid pioeecil until It
hud envount.rcd a "mag" ami then
ca In thu Governor.
Ho declared that tho Icglshitlvu
brunch blioubl bo apart from tho ex
ecutive, and tho members of the
House, who had Just voted against a
publlu meeting would plate them-
v .w- .if--'-:'
. . t it, . .'.-
llleu expiessed suiprUe nt Cas
tro's standi terming "it" a "Hop" from
his nttttudc on the day previous
when ho supported au Invitation to
Long then offered nn amending
mat Inn that tho Governor and "any
body clsii" be Invited to appear, 11 ml
It was adopted on a standing Mite,
mid a committee appointed to wait
on the (iovcrnor and request Ills
beforo the committee.
lhit ho didn't eomu.
beg to report Hint tho (lovcr-
tn nttendnnco at n celebration
of llio blithdny ot tho Hmpcror ot
Japan," tlatcd Chalrnuin Castro.
Tlio coinmlttco then roso tu sit
again at 2 o'clock.
PEEP INTO THE FUTURE
BY HANCFUL OF SAND
New Plan of London'e Ocult to Draw
Money From F.-.chlcnabl; Wcmcn.
thu cyoa vl KunJ-htrcui tccra and
Veeretbej." Crystal gazeis, vl.tlrvoy
mils, psyrhcmctilstH, lalmlsts t,iouglit
toider' "ill othorj of llio occult band
who Infest tho luxuriously furnished
ii.pL'r no.irs of Ilon.l street nnd nrey
en a cielu!oii3 Weal End, have liur
tledly changed their n lines and signs.
bey n y all 'sand divines" now.
A ho. t uf sandwich men patrol Ox
tor I ttuut, llund street am I throush
to l'lceaJlly during tho fuHilciubln
hours betiHcn 11 In the moinlng and
5 In Hi" filtcrnonn. 'Iho rlmplf Block
' ' '"! ' Ho dllner coiuists of a
handful of Band, which tho "pro
lo or loloiunly declares was gathered
Hum thu Sahara "unNcr tho pirto rays
of a new moan." Thoro lire many Band
;:i nToti i)c:i anil each favors n different
mo liu operandi, but tho seauco 'id
'vayj b'cglus with iniialc incantiillons.
t i.-iiu clients mo required tu uuku
L'l 1m; ictslon of (heir loft hand In tho
i:uki: others to sift the snmt through
tl ' (Itrjurs, Vhatocr iiieniM nro
ctuiVojel the lesult Is tho rninu thu
"f.ituro"' Is rotentcil nnd the guineas
paid uvcr. Olio of tho most bti:ccsgful
t.f thuiu caud charlatans Is a dinky
tlsrk-cyo Individual, wearing rnbps of
t-alile huo who nwes his pitrons by
telling them hu Is unu uf thu sacred
Copts, thu only Ihlng descvudnnts of
Hie nncleut lCgyplliins, and n race prlv-
llcgod to communu with lb? iiiibucii.
Ho keeps bli) Band In what liu Bays
Is n sacred tout (blesred by tho arch-
priest of tho Copis"), tho material of
"vhlch by llio way, might bo mistaken
nt nrs' night for Llboily art muslin,
1 1ll gentleman Is so successful that
tho "cred tent has had lo bo put on
tlm IrlnrltfiMn fnr winvnnlimnfi nf 1.1
Cmoklrg On Cars Regulated. Los
Angeles, Oct. 19. After sovernl
months Iho onion of Uw Angeles
hato won their light ngalnst smoking
" tlic- Tho clly council today
llUnlll II tl lll I n till Oil ltt(-ll I lilt III rr amnlii
passed un ordlnnnco prnhlhltlug smok
ing on Btrcctrara, excopt on tear plat
forms or icar open tertlons. ,
First Year Without Deb't.-T-Hurllng-ton,
Vt., Oct. 19. Thu opening of ths
Amerlem mlfslonnry meeting held
ll01p ,,.. 1)1M;!0,I ,0 ,,.;,, of ,h
nrrt nt.c., )(,ar nt 1() CBP0Pl!ll,01l
during its 00 years of olslenco was
without a ili'ht of any kind.
Bulletin Biuinesi Office Fhonr 256,
Bulletin Busintss 0ce ?hon 20,
i Panama Prices Prevai!
Hck This Week en PANAMA HATS.
The $7.60 kind now ?4.50
The $0.50 kind now ' 3.60
Yee Chan & Co.,
DRY O00DS DEALERS.
Corner King and Bethel
1 ' JlilirinlioM, Cernsoeflfaet
Aeencvfor Hawaiian Iilandi
riatM tKpl&tn. vilboal (mVt ofclttfttfca M tnT put
f ni kLTf fur U NwiUtxi tfuf kli I l
(Continued from Page 3)
and Senator McCarthy to tiiko Senator
Ho ulho named on Iho Public Health
Committee Senator Chllllngworth In
Senator V'nlrchlld's place.
The bill to amend Act S3, raining the
salaries of the county ulllclals of the
County of Mnul wus referred tu thu
Muul delegation utter effort on thu
part of Coelliu lo have It passed. Sen
ator Mnkcka'.i thought It but proper
to thrcth thu matter out In lliu Relega
tion, Senator Knlnnia raid thu dele
gation was Irirmouloui and Mnkckau
called for tlio Tr leport, Coolho agreed
to have this put In writing. Tho bill
reads its fol'cws:
"Section 1. Section IS of Act 59 ol
thu Session Laws ol 190., Is hereby
amended by sulking out thu llgu-et
'$1, 200.00' uflor the word 'Count
Clerk of tho County ot Maul' In lino
11 thereof, nnd by luxcrlliu In then
r.luco the figures 'II.SOO.IJO'; by strik
ing out tho figures '$ 1 .Guu.OO' after
the words 'A -.'Iter cf lite County oi
Maul' In tine IJ thereof nml by (u
Belting In their place tho figures
'118(10,00': by tti Iking iut tho figuies
l bCO.uO' after the words, 'County At
torney of thu County of Maul' In Una
27 theieof nnd by Inserting In their
place thu figures 'U 100.00": nnd l)
Btrlklug out tho figuies '$l,.'iiU.O0' af
ter thu winds 'Treasurer uf tho County
or Maul' In lino HI thereof, mid hy In
serting In their ilac o thu figures
"Section 2. This Act shall take uf
feet from uud after thu first day of
Jununry, A, D. 1910,"
Coelho's bill to enablo persons at
taining the ago ol twetity-ouo years
on or bofuru tho day of any 'general
election to leglster, was leferred to
thu Judiciary Commit tea for action,
Tho author of the bill called ntlcntfoii
to the fact that on lug to the omission
of thu last LcgliAntiirn In pa s siirh r
bill many young Ilawalhius on ; an
wito barred from voting on urcniini
of no iiiovlslou for their inH'i'ii
Coelho Is alul to tho front with n
bill to set naldo $DO,000 from tho Pub
Ilo Treasury ror tho piirimo of nld
lug Indigent peruoiiB who linvu been
examined nnd discharged from tho
leper settlement on Molokai as not
hating tho disease. Tho bill was nls
, referred to tho Ways and Mean t Com
' mlttuo. It was a question whether the
Sonato would loro'lvo lUelf lain p
Committee ot Iho, Whole to consider
(ho Governor's nprohifiicnts. sent
down for conflrmitlon. nlbo'tho o
penro bill. It was finally decided to
delay Hint until 2 n'rlock tomorrow af
ternoon. AFTERNOON DEBATE. ,
Tlio Hlen lesolutlon rmboljlug lb"
amendments tn the Organic Art fnv-,
ored by Governor Frear and tho llsl-'
egilo (o Congress, reroUod ILs first,1
consideration at Die hands of Iho!
i House nf lleiiresentnllves ypstriliv!
aUernoon, tho Governor nml Prlnei
Kulilo appearing beforo tho House, sit
Sertoli, . rv
. . 931 Fort St.. Honolulu
tlt t MlMil
1iu Mill -
ing In Committee or thu Whole.
In response lo a statement by flep
rcmitntUu Castro to thu effect lh.it
tho lloiibo felt I hat Goeruor l'lenr
could give theui.souio preliminary en-
llglilenmciit on tlio problems and alms
of Ibo proposed nmvnJments, (loiern-
or near took up the nnicud.n bill
much In tho sniuu laiutiagc that ho
used when ho was explaining It luioro
thu regular sculati uf1909,
Govcmor Krenr explained that thu
first section of the bill' waj Intended
to remmu nil or thu doubts that now
exist ns to tho application or I'ederal
statutes In tho laritory gt Hawaii. Hu
declared that it had been held lint
ccitaln United Stales laws do not ap
ply to tho Territory of Hawaii. Ho
elated that It was plainly usseull.il
thai tlio Territory should li.uo tha
benefit of a hydrographlc survey uud
a toll survey. 'iliJ CLivenur pyrrol
to Iho Ktatutca of the UnltuJ Stato.i
nri'lylng to tin.' Isi.iu.ic3 of Tur.ltorl.il
bonds, and eald that tho amen llin tec
tlon was liitcn.Iu.1 to reuioa all djubt,
,iltlioU3h It was his o;i!n:on that tho
uatutcs In qiicatton had no Ideal appli
cation. Then camo tho f;-iott:on of jisy.
Coney of Kaaal aake(i (ho (lovcrai.) a
niilnloii on the p.-uposal to nhancu tho
pa or tho loglrUturs to ?u00 tor thu
logular suar.lon. In mpty ths Gnv
ernor stated that hu did not venturo
to say how Congrcks wu.i.M teg ml lliu
prnpo-eil nihancu nn.I udded that liu
lid not think It probable that a re
quest ror $1(100 would rerelvo favor
HepitstntallTu Sheldon of Kauai
did not think it wimld do nny partre.
ular harm tn nsk for $1030 nnd Na
.vahlno wanted to amend tho section
by linking It $2U. in going Into hl3
rearnn for asking J120U Nuwahlno p-o-ceedt'd
to state that K the legislators
weio to rerehu proper compensation
for their Eonh.ca "grading would
top'' ami tho lawr.iakuis would not
fid compelled to set a figuro u,pon
their ballutc. Thu tenor of Nawa
blue's remnrks produced gnsps of as
tonishment and It is presumed Unit
s'liwiihlnu did nut mean nlUho said
and was simply Indulging in n few
tMieiullzatlons with no parlleiihtr rcf
eieiieo to thu personnel of tho Legis
lature of Hawaii,
Castro replied lo tho requests Mr
Iho substitution of JIOOD mid $1200 in
the place of the $Uuo iiskul by tlio
Governor's bill, liu staled that $10C0
would bo an exorbitant nmount to nak
Congress in comparison with thu rates
or compensation lecelved by thu Log
Matures on thu mainland. Ilo thought
that (ho rliunco of securing an al
vanco to $800 would bu Jeopardized 'by
asking for a larger llguru.
lleprcrcntatlve Sheldon wus propar
lug for n reply to Castro whon Ulco
moved that thu committee- rise. Hint,
ling off tho dobjte, tin, Hoii5(. tnkinr
adjournment until 10 , o'clock this
Tlio birth 1 . or tho lato John II.
'.eagan, vlu, was ti3tnininn.,m,,n.t
of tho canfedurncy nnd who w.v n
lar t niemli-- -f tho cabinet to dlo, was
ce!cl-atel ':: Texas recently.
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