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EVENINa DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, APR. 10. 1011.
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What do wc livo for, if it is not to make life less difficult
to each othci? Gcorne Eliot.
BLAMING THE SCHOOL CHILDREN
"The increase has become necessary on account of the
popular demand for a more liberal educational policy."
This sentence in the Finance Committee minority report
on the tax bill discloses the "nigger in the wood pile" that
has been HOLDING UP THE SCHOOL BILL. All the added
expense of the government is to be saddled off onto the
public schools. This "more liberal educational policy" is
nothing more or less than a plan that will prevent the chil
dren of Hawaii from becoming hoodlums instead of useful
citizens. The Territory for the first time in its existence is
preparing to do its full duty by the little children of Hawaii.
And little children have to bear the blame of increased tax
ation. Admitting that the "popular demand" has forced the
school bill through thus far why do you further delay it?
Why do you continue to- barter and jeopardize the future of
little children in the alleged effort to save a few cold heart
PASS THE SCHOOL BILL
E V EN1NG ."BlTLL'ETIN
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ON WEEK DAYS AND ON SUNDAY
MORNINGS FROM 8 TO 10
several conference with the I'eilernl
milch. K While ho was linti-comiulttnl
retain! I iw the plans for tho dispatch of
the steamer. It could ho plainly rend
between the linen Hint the Senator had
ulrcmly tnrrled over unci above tho
stipulated "lay iViys" n provided III
her charter with tho A. 1. A.
There I" every rriiHim to helleve,
from what could ho Rallied on board
that vessel lust .Saturday, that tho
strainer upon leaving hero would mil
proceed to San I'runclsco. In the light
of a pnllilc dlssnt Infliction iimioiik re
cruited lahorcr arriving at the Cali
fornia port by the Keren, tho packers'
representative was tipprclicnslvn of
tiiKliiB chances with Intullne more ineii
at Han Kranclso. It would cot no
more under the cxlstlnft clinrtcr to pro
ceed to the fisheries direct.
Will Alameda Come Next?
An olllcrr on hoard the Senator, who
was fortunate In (ruining the shore
durum the brief Btay of tho vessel
nt llonnliilii. Is authority for the dec
larntlon that the old reliable steam
ship Alameda, now the properly of tho
Alaska I'nckcrs' Aoclatlnn and Its
Mirlnm brnnehe". would next lie din
pate bed to the Island" to Bather up
tlioxe who desired tn tnle up work with
the iMiniierlei and llherle.
The contention wan rained that the
Alameda, of many pleasant memories,
liiw always been looked upon lit H fa
vorite with Inland people, and there
fore her reception here, with noino of
her old olllccrs aboard, would not bo
an cold and cheerless an that nccorded
the little Senator. The Alameda Iiiim
been on a panneniter run between Po
ntile nnd Alaska ports, hut It In raid
the slack season In iipprn.irhhiK and
thin vofc1 could be better spared by
the packers than to ntraln enter nn
i-Npenslve charter with a veel which
thev do not own or rontrol. The leual
reprem ntntlvcs decline to discuss tho
uvitter of sutdhiK down the Alameda
at thin time.
If you wish to send your mainland
friends half-a-dozen CHOICE PINE
APPLES or a bunch of BANANAS,
just leave an order with
ISLAND FRUIT CO.
72 S. King Street
(With Wells, rnrgo Kxprcsa Co.)
No legitimate excuse can be given by any member of the
House of Representatives for further delay in final action
on the Public School bill.
The only possible reason for delay is to, use the measure
for trading purposes, political log rolling, to force through
some other bill that does not have the same hold upon public
favor and that has not merited the same unanimous sup
port from all elements in the Territory.
Under the present conditions the only possible purpose
of holding up the School bill is to threaten to kill it in event
an clement behind certain features of the tax bill does not
do as another clement wants. Either side of the contro
versy apparently stands ready to knife the school bill if its
ideas on the tax bill are not carried out, and then it is ex
pected that the public will be satisfied to sit idly by and listen
to the men who put the knife into the School bill argue over
who was responsible for it.
PASS THE SCHOOL BILL AND PROVE that there is no
doubt of the absolute good faith of the members who claim
to be friendly to the measure but who are day after day
dodging a straight clear-cut vote that will put them on record.
HAWAII'S lACIFIC COAST FRIEND.
Representatives of the Alaska canneries coming to these
islands to pirate the labor from our industries have found a
practically united community and certainly one that is ready
to fight when its prosperity is threatened.
It is to be hoped that they have had enough. If they have
not and the labor war must continue, there is a plan for de
veloping staunch commercial friends, that should not be
The Alaska canneries have their headquarters in Pacific
Coast cities that do a large business with-and through Hono
lulu. If these communities propose to take the good money
of our trade with one hand and turn around and counte
nance the robbery of our labor with the other, it is high time
that business men of the islands began to more seriously
consider the advances made by other cities of the Pacific
Coast to secure the business of Hawaii.
Los Angeles has shown itself ready and anxious to do
everything in reason to build up trade with the islands. That
commercial center has all the advantages of water and rail
connections and could do for Hawaii all that is now done by
San Francisco or Seattle, from which cities the labor pir
ates appear to be operating.
It would cost money of course to transfer Hawaii's busi
ness to another trade center but not so much as it would to
do business with communities that are harboring labor pir
If San Francisco and Seattle prefer labor pirates of Alas
ka to the trade of Hawaii, they ought to be given an oppor
tunity to choose.
Thr largos! do.il over made illlinnK A dlstlnuult-lied society leader of
the Industries nf Uonmlin was mi- .Vew inik. lately returned rroin a mo
lltilllirecl 111 Hip snlo of tho plain of tor trip through I'ninoo, mild thai her
tllO Unlit Whkoii works to u now com- moat delightful experience wan hear
party composed of fieorgo Yulo, floore' Init the I'rench poawinta sIiikIiis tho
A. Yulo ami V. Yulo. ' inuyunuulso. Everybody's Mugunlnv.
SENATOR ON WAY
(Continued from Page 1)
Human Beings Not Freight.
Tlie local customs authorities refuse
Ui leeowiilze humtiii hclUKs or consid
er them s iiacktiKcs pr oarcelM of
freight KollouiiiK the departuro of
the Senator from the llnckfild wharf
to the open sea, a request wiih made
by the collector of Captain Miller, unk
ind for tho number or persons who
were transported by bin schooner Con
cord in the .Senator. The shipper of
the Concord In reported to havu de
eland that his vessel carried no pas
seiutcrs Pressed for an answer, ho
Muted tli.il b" "-'urrkd ciiikii only
Two men from the customs stalf
lb. n l-lted the Senator an she cruised
outside the harbor limits, und upon
Inmrdlim the csscl checked up the
"pui kiiK's or frelKht " Their count tal
lied one' hundred mid twent-llvc per
sons 'Since the tally and prior to the
disappearance of thu steamer from
these shores, three or four perscmn
were hroUKht nnhiae. It In therefore
believed that the steamer Kt away
Willi one hundred and twenty pa-nen-Kcrs.
Ilowevir. there In no list of these
people on (lie with the local authori
ties. thoiiKh It In understood that tho
purser of tile Senator made up u com
plete list of hln people while on hoard,
the name to be delivered to tho cus
toms otticl.il.n at destination.
Miller Says "Not Guilty."
When seen thin mnriilni;. Captain
Sillier stoutly declared that ho wiih not
Riillty of tiny misdemeanor, nor had
he aided or assisted In the recriilthiK
of laborers an churKcil under the stat
utes, now it law hy action of the pren
Captain Sillier takes tho stand that
If he cnlcrn a plea of Kiillty to tho
chartte ul aldliiK or ubetthiK, he makes
practical admission that he Iiiim been
III the wioiir.
It in Intimated that the skipper of
the Jaiuon Slukee In layliu? hln when
for the lllltiK of a nerlcn of damiiKO
salts iiKiilnnt the people who have been
Instrumental hi tylnp; up bin licet of
sleainern, launches and otlur craft.
"I huve a contract with the fulled
Stalin laivcrninont for towliiK between
this port nnd Pearl Harbor," stated
Miller thin niornliiR. "I linxe been un
able to fulllll Its prpvlsl hut hope
to c.Mileate my vcbscln IhrotiKh duo
pieces of law today and then rustimo
Miller insisted that ho had entered
Into no md'ccmcnt with the opposition
attorney n In enterlliB a plea of utility
to charKLH tiled, with an understand
Inu that he would encape with u very
Senator Headed for the Northwest.
With the return of the last launch
from the Htennishlp Senator shortly
after 0 o'clock on Saturday nlKlit, It
wan pretty ijencrnlly understood lit
shlpplm; circles that tho Paelllc Coast
steamship would will nwuy for the
North Paelllc co,t with tho wclsh
ItiK of her linchor.
The purser wiih ashore durlni; the
latter part of the afternoon Attorney
Horn, repreientlnit thu steamer, had
CONTINUANCE IS GRANTED
TO RECRUITERS BY
A continuance until Thursday wan
Kriinlcil hy Clicult JiiiIko Cooper (Ids
iniirnliiK In tho cano of tho Torrllnry
tiKttlnnt Frank II. Crali; and his two
iceriillliiK HeiitonnnlH, Alv.trado and
Attorney K. M. Will ton for the de
fendants asked ror further tlnto In file
ilemiirrern In the Itiillrlinonts. nnd in
objection In the roiitluttitnco wns nindo
hy City unci County Attorney Calh-
It In reported thai there has been
n niKnost Ion of compromise In the
onsen ntiw pciulliiK ninl that thin Is
ono or the reasons for tho coiitlnii
nitre helm! mauled.
The habeas corpus proceedings
drought hy a I'ortnRiioso woman
whoso Ixi.v was detnlnod on the Sen
ator hnvc hccti discontinued.
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tiiliihu; front mid Hack laualu, UvluK
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an absolutely nc.iv house and u bur
Cash or installmsms
HIS FIRST VETO
(loveiiior Ktcar took his pott In
hand this moniliiK and exercised his
Ktihcriinloi'lul rlitht of vetoing a Iok-
IslatUe measure, lho unlucky ineas
ure Is House Hill 87, Introduced by
Kollluol, rolatliiK to tho nillitln, and
provides it schedule of pay for mem
bers of thu National (!u are! when on
It was tho first veto of tho session,
Imt ultlioiiKh It excited u lot of inter
est iiroui'd lho legislative halls when
Heeroteiy .Modcalf marched ilir"!i
with t::o documents anil thu high hat,
tho veto I not a serious one. The
tioveilitir (Uncovered that the hill is
not properly drawn, as It nils to lho
plesont law several sections num
bered with miuibcrH already In t..
The liiiveruor smoothes over the
olo by rayliiK:
"illHaltes of this- rlmrrictor will
naturally occur once In a while
through iPitdvcnluiice, hut I reel thi'l
thu Legislature would lirei'or not to
have them appear upon tho statutu
honks a to I thus detract from the cred
it which It ileservi'H for thu Rood limit
In which hills usually tiro passed.'
Kellluol, thu Introducer nt the hill,
i,lll roctlly the mistake, mtd a new
bill will he drawn. I'eiidlni, (no in
ti'odiictliin of this, the Govcrnor'u hrst
Nolo of thu session was laid on the
table and will, It Is presumed, bo sus
tained without any meat ittuutilil of
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS H0N0LUIU, T. H.
Wo have) a now lino of Impprtod
I Excellent timekeepers and se
lected especially for the pleasing
tones of tho striking.
The prices are moderate.
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
o Novelties in o
Wo aro now showing a big
purchase of NEW WHITE
DRESS GOODS. Beautiful
Designs iu Parisian Styles,
See our Window Display
Also, all qualities in the
famous SHERETTE," a suh
stitue for pure Linen at less
than half linen's cost.
Exclusive Creations in Im
ported Hats, "a somewhat
different style," at a price
that will please every purse.
THE STORE OF VALUES
(HlHil.il II u 1 1 c t I n OcrriHiMinelc nee.)
IIIl.O. Apr "-The cmiulv in Ha
waii Is hcKlunliiK to thluK serliiu."ly of
Kolliu Into the street llitlilhu; IhiIiu-mm
on Its own honk and to ite-nerate the
IlKhts fur Its own imlillc hulhlliiKi as
well The proposition was lirmiKlit up
lit tho inert Ins of the supcrvlsorx -
terday, when Austin Introducd the
following resolution, which carried:
"Whcri'as, Tho county of Hawaii ii
now expending money In tie nelKlilior
hiiiid of four tliim.aiid dollars per an
num fur electrli- HkIiIs hi the piddle
streets and tho various piddle build
Iiiks of lllto: anil
"Whereas, This amount represents
nn Inconio on a capitalization of forty
thousand dollars, reckoning on n hasls
of 10 pir cent, per uniiuuit und
"Wlierciis, It limy prove inure prof
Itahlo lo tho county of Hawaii to In
stall Its own llKlitlni; and power plant
in llllii; he It therefore
"Ilesnlveil by tlio Hoard of Supervis
ors In und for tho county of Hawaii.
That the county clerk he mid he N
herchy directed to communicate with
different linns relative to the Installing
and eiiilpplntr of a plant to lienernte
electricity, and to iiscertiiln from them
the amount of power which nuiv he
fnrtdiclieil hy n plant cnstliu; In the
nelctliliorhood nf forty tliousnml elollar
and also to ohtiiln llRtirrs relative tn
the. cost of eiperiitltiB such plant "
SATURDAY SADNESS '
Five plain and tindccnriitci! drunks
were placed In cold btortiKU hy the
police department durlUK Saturday
nifiht. L'poit niTiilKninuiit this incirn
Iiik one who had loter been red hall'
fulled lo show up and lho sum of $0
was therefore forfeited. Kaclt inutn
her of the ipiartet offered sonio llfty
sevclt varieties of exctiseu hut wound
up hy pleadltiK Utility to thu soft im
peachment. John .Johnson, apparently had
played to many return cnituKcments.
lie claimed lo he a sailor from the
distressed vessel James Johnson now
lying ul thu port. .IiiiIku I.yincr as-i-csfcod
the sciitlian twelve dollars and
the costs while tho others escaped
with the reutilatlon thtco dollars and
Inter-Inland and O. II. & L. shipping jS
booka for sale at tha U u 1 1 o 1 1 u 3
ifllco. B0o each. a l
Two liideleriiilnato KonieiiceR weroi
rfnposeel hy Clicult .Indue Cooper tlnu,
iniirnliiK, lioili on pleas of kuIUv to
Indlclmcnls hy the Terillnilal tirutnl
K. I.lllll, n Iluwallan. who perhtiel
ii Chlliuso who hail attacked a wonia'i
knocklni; the Colcstltil In Ihc pu-,
niiint und fiactiiilui; Ids skull, wis!
licntcnccil to a tuiin of Iniprlsoiimeiii I
of not less than lho jours or mure
than ten. Ho pleaded Kiillty to it
charito of niauslatiithiur iu Ihc hccoiul,
.1. Itlvrrn who iilotulod Riillty to nn,
Indlolmcnt for rnliliory, vni oiitonr-
eel lo InipilKniiinont for a poihul uoij
less llinii lho ycaih no inon iliaaj
l a i I
Weekly U ulletlu ifl per )tar.
8ome new line, at spe
cially low prices.
FOR DRESS WEAR
Sizes S'2 to 11... $2. 50
Sizes 112 to 2.. .$3.00
FOR SCHOOL WEAR
Broad, comfortablo too.,
Light and strong.
Slzos 8'2 to 11... $2. 25
Sixes 112 to 2... $2.50
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