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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, APR. 10, 1911.
Lcnhl Clmptcr No. '.' Hog
1 1 ointl ill it ('hauler A'o. 1
Itrguhir , p. m.
Hit viiilliiii Postponed.
Honolulu Second Degree.
Alului Tfinplo Hjirt'tnl.
All visiting mcm&eri o( tat
Order are cordially invited to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
lit K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
URINE EN6INIERS' 5 'w
BENEFICIAL A?Sn,.IATI0R. elation, cor.
.folly Invited. ;
HAWAIIAN TEIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meete every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Halt. VlBltlng brothers cor
(tally Invited to attend.
II. FOSTKIt, Sachom.
B. V. TODD, C. of It.
S0H0LD1U AERIE, HO, '. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings' of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Drretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ere Invited to at
tend. (3i:o. A. DAVIS V. I.
W.M C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU IQEGE, 616. B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O.
Elks, meets In their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday ve-
alng. Visiting tlrotbers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUQHETITT, E. R.
GEO. T. KLUEGEL. Sec.
WMf McKINLEY L0DQE. NO. 8,
Metis every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In It. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Hcrotanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. V. P. KILH1SY C. C.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. S. '
SUyin ple Ofc lli (ace
livery Driu has Its polu-y for doing
business nur polity Is to give you
the best, and wo fool that the on-
"Horsoinonts kIvi n by thousands of
satisfied customer warrant us In
saying wo fool that our host la
bettor than tho host ut others.
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Duiidlna - - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
On Display Tuesday
MILTON &. PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Tel. 3088
When Building a
Put In your liouso the most con
venient and economical arrange
ment for HEATING THE BATH.
Sun Heat Costs Nothing. For in
formation and prices of "Balti
more SUN HEATERS," writo to
WARREN B. CRAW, P. O. Box
569, Honolulu, or Trent Trust Co.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Building, corner Hotel mid
The best Lenses In lovrirto fit tit cry
ALGAROBA BEAN MILL3
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin telephone numbers
Have not been ehenaed with the lot'
Hon of the paper. They remain the
tamo at printeil In the telephone dlree
tory Butineit office, 2256 1 editorial
Autos, $4 per hour, Lewis Stables.
it goes without saying thai every
thing Ih ISest lit Tho Eucore.
New Block of big tilcklo tablets for
sale at the 11 it 1 1 o 1 1 n orticc.
(lay's and Joo Kalatia's tocomnbilo
can be found ut tho Auto i.ivcry;
i'hotio 132C. ,
Tho Merchants' Association will
meet at 3:30 o'clock thin nfterhoon.lo
discuss tho shipper's wharf tax.
If you want a good Job done on tin
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen St.
JiiinoH Johnson was today found
guilty of highway robbery and given
a sentence of not moro than 20. years.
The Bulletin illustrated speclil
edition wilt be of much interest to
friends, as It describes and pictures the
land you live in or are visiting.
(let your fclothcs mado to your own
measure at ready-made prices by
rico. A. Martin, Kaplolanl Ilhlg. Suits
$20 and up. '
A special meeting of the Oahu Cen
tral Improvement committee will bo
held tonight at 8 o'clock In tho Mer
chants' Association rooms.
Answering the House concurrent
resolution directing tho board of ar
chives to turn titer the silverware set
to Prlnco Knhlo, U. A. Mott-Sniltli,
president of tho board, has sent tho
Ilouo copy of a resolution passed by
Die board In which tho board doubts
tho legal validity of the concurrent
resolution nml suggests a law or Joint
IlKV. D1L WADMAN goes to Knual
today for n stay of several weeks.
MRS. MOHONO. wlfo of Dr. Mor
oug, left on tho Sierra today to visit
.1. II. Hi:i.Si:i!, father of J. J. Rei
ser, was a departing passenger on tho
rm. and Mns. i). Mclennan, left
this morning on tho Sierra for a vaca
tion trio to tho toast.
H. A. imUOIKRE, n banker or Idaho,
has written friends that ho expects
to visit Honolulu shortly.
MRS. C. J. MCCARTHY and MISS
aiciAiliiii wero ncpariiiiB liaaoeu
Kern on tho Sierra this morning.
GORDON USnORNK. tho sculptor,
left todav for the CoasL Ho may
visit Eastern art centres beforo re
turning. PlllSHIDKNT KNUDSEN of tho Sen
lite, will glvo an Invitational dinner
at the University Club next Saturday
(I. I.. PUTNAM, a business man or
Chllllcolhe. O.. who has been a tour
ist visitor In Honolulu, has returned
to tho mainland.
MRS. STEPHEN NORTON JIOUO".
well-known In musical circles, loft for
the Coast today to 'tako up her per
manent resilience lucre. ,
O. F. AFFONSO. of "Hllo, who has
been 111 for a couple of days, was ablo
to rcsumo his scat In tho House, of
Representatives this morning.
DR. I). 8. noVMAN, cfclof sanitary
Inspector at Hilo, bus como to Hono
lulu to Join tho Hoard of Health hero
In Its campaign against the cholera.
COL. CHARLES ALEXANDER, of
Providence, It. I., who mado many
frienda (luring his stay here last win
ter, Is now on tho Coast. Ho Is a
director In tho American Screw Com
pany. e mm o '
UHHOIlNlM'lLCmiM At St. Clem
rut's cliureh, Honolulu, nit April, 19,
101 1, by Mm Itev. C.ilion Usborno,
fatlior of the bridegroom, (lordon
Usborno to Grace, oldest daughter of
the late Oconto Pilgrim, Esip, of
MowVrny, Devon, Kng.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 18, 1911.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
J It Mucnulay anil wf to Antonio
M HniKii D
C Wlimm by nlTdt of mtgoo to
William II Ciistlo 1)
Henry K .Hlnwllii to Willi. nh It
fastle, tr M
Mary It Pouting and hsb to 13 To-
Alice lllaoliuoll tn T Aklytima. . . .U M
M y II lwlllig and hsb to Cicorgo
It Carter 1
rirt Am Hum & Tr Co of H Ltd
to Conrge It Curter n
Kiupoalaiil Vlorra and hsb ct al to
L L McCundloMH , D
Entered for Record April 19, 1911.
From 830 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
lliimunn Masujlrn and wf to Maria
aullhurnio dii Kllvelra to A M Ca-
T A Drnnga and wf to Potcr Hllva D
T Miirakmnl to First Niitl Dank
of Waliuliii CM
Wllliolinlnu Htraucli to IVm Jfydo
nice : v
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
IVi'diicMlnj, April III.
SAN PUANCISCO Arrived, April 18:
8. S. Ilnnolnlan, hence April II.
SAN FRANCISCO -Sailed Aprjl 17,
I'ohr. Muriel, for llatm.
SYDNin -Arrived April 19: S. S,
Miiaiin, hence April R.
IHVIOTA Snllcd, April 19: iip. M
Chllrntt, for Honolulu.
YOKOHAMA Sailed, April 19: 8, H,
Manchuria, for Honolulu.
WIRELESS China will nrrlve from
Yokohama Friday ut 1 p, m, and
will snll for San Frnnclsco Satur
day, probably nt 10 u. in.
April 18, 1911,
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed: Apr. 18, 1
p ,m., S. S. Korea, for Honolulu.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jas. H. Love)
British Freighter Orteric Is Subject for Federal Investiga
tionSierra Departure Was a Leiless One Persia
Sailed With Filty Oriental Passengers One Death On
Pacific Mail Liner.
Tho Weir Steamship Company rep
resented nt the iort. through Then. II.
Davles and Company, owners of tho
now llrltlsh freighter Orlcrle Is In lino
for paying a snug sum Into tho coffers
of Uncle Sam becauso of an nllegcd
violation of n number of regulations
In tho lilting of that ship for tho
transportation of largo numbers of Im
migrants, Captnin J. Flndlay, master oi ino
Bteamshlp that nrrlvcd at Honolulu
on last Thursday with nearly flttccn
hundred Spanish and Portuguese Im
migrants, brouglit hero at tho Instance
of the Territorial Hoard of Immigra
tion has received n communication
from tlio collector of tho port Stack
ablo notifying him In clfcct Hint his
vessel is liable for tho Imposition of
a number of tinea, that In tho aggrc
gato will mean a goodly sum.
Tho matter was brought to n head
following a report concerning condi
tions which has been submitted by
Collector Stnckablo to United States
District Attorney llrcckons. This do
cument Is said calls particular atten
tion to many omissions In tho propel
equipment of tho Orteric Tor tho safe
ty mnl rnmfort of her nassengers.
Tho collector refuses to illvulgo the
contents of his roix)rt which has been
sent to tho proper authorities nt Wash
.Tho United States grand jury, is
understood to havo paid n visit of In
spection to tho Orteric. Tho condi
tions prevailing thero aro declared as
; shocking In the excrtmc. Little or no
attention Is claimed to-lmvo been paid
to the sanitation of tho ship.
Thosa who hnvo visited, tho Orterlo
after that vessel went alongside, (ho
Railway wharf to discharge tho ship
ment of fertilizer found a vessel
abounding In accumulated tilth. A
woeful lack of toilets and other mouna
towards proper sanitation Is ono of
tho charges filed against tho owners
of tho ship. Tho matter of a satis
factory Isolation of children who hud
becomo afflicted with a contagious
dlscaso was another feature that re
ceived much attention at (ho hands
of tho Inquisitorial body.
It Is nllegcd that when a comparison
Is made with tho arrangements that
pertained' to tho comfort of Immi
grants who arrived hero by Uio Suvo
rlc, Hclllopolls unit Kumerlc, tho Oi
lerlc Is placed In n pretty had light.
Captatn Flndlay had hoied to bo
ablo lo dispatch his vessel for Van
couver and Victoria tomorrow. Tho
cargo is now out of the ship and ar
rangements wcro completed for her
Tho Federal authorities however,
propose to tako n hand In tho matter.
Tho owners of tho steamship nro now
In communication with tho local au
thorities and thcro Is a prospect that
sonio arrangement may soon bo ef
fected for tho roloaso of tho Orteric.
Chinese Flag May Yet Be Seen
From lime to tlmo tho pro-llctlnn
has been made Unit the .vell-iw drawn
Hag of tho Cljlncso Emplro woul 1
Boon bo scon Til Pacific waters llylug
from steamers engaged In a rim be
tween San Franclwo, Scitllo. Mid .tho
Orient. Adders have been 'received
from Shanghai that Iho Peking gov
ernment has ordered tho construc
tion of a number of merchant Htonm
crs In Germany, to btart Bovoral Pa
cific lines belweeij Clilni and Cali
fornia and between China and Aus
tralia and to Ilumbny and Java.
Inter.lstand Steamers Take Mall and
Several Inlcr-lslnnil steamers, got
nway last evening with good slued
general cargoes nml consignments of
mall. The steamer Klnau for Kntril
portB loft with Hhlpincnls of lirtnlir
fertilizer and general cargo. Tho M! -
knhala was dlBiiatehed at llvo n'chii'l:
for Maul, Mnlokal and t.minl i-n-N,
with soveriil passengers mid a ship-
ment of freight and inetclmudli-o Tho
Nocnii wns given i;'inl';nments of ox
ploslves and cunilrlo.i to ho dlscharg
cd nt (tiirdon'!nln'it porls,
Rumored That "Blillc" Is Coming.
Tim 1'iimnr is circulated iirOuud Sun
Francisco shipping elides that "llll-
Jto" Allen, tho nlil-lluuv purser with
W.C! Peacock Co., Ltd,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty.
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne '
( Schlitz Beer
tlin Pnolflr. Atntl rmtilinliv lu rotllrfl
Ing to duty lit tho Korea after Rcvcral
months lenvo of nbsencc.
IfllllO ,1111 ii
Is about ono of the host known omi
clals with tho Pacific Mall that pass
through Houolulii. His last appear
ance here was tho Signal for a inini
licr of storlcH being net adrift tellliu
of ills rpntomplatcd dclvo Into sea's
matrimonial. .It wns also claimed
that ho Jiuil settled down to tho bIiii
plo llfo and had jiccomo llrmly an
chored In tho midst' of n California
pearh orchard. Allen hack to Iho sea
ug'ilii will bo moro than welcomed
by his legion offrlends. Tho Kmo.i
sailed fiom San Francisco jeslerdny
mid Is' dno to arrive hero next Mon
Kelloan on Marine Railway.
Captain I.lnqulsl had his schooner
the (). M. Kellogg hauled on tho toc.ii
marine, railway this morning. An ex
amination inado of tho vessel lias
shown that with tho exception of n
few small scams tho vessel Is In very
good condition. Tho Kellogg was re-
caulked at a Pugct Sound ship yard
before nroceodliiK to tho Islands with
her sliipnient.of lumber. Tho repairs
lo Iho schooner Is liNievcil will not
requlro but a few dtiys to complete.
Tho last of tho lumber wns discharged
at lllshop wluirf ycatcrday. The Kel
logg Is to sail for the Sound In bal
Notice of New Custom Ports.
Tho Collector of Customs at San
Francisco 1ms received a letter from
the Commissioner of NavtguUou.
transmitting a rinllco from the ilua-
Man Embassy, stating I li.it Custom'
IuIiisch have, liepn .Mtilhllshcd at Pc
Ironavlovsk. Kmnchutka. and ut Alox
audorvsK HnKiiaiicu isiunn. Ail ves
sels destined for Russian territory
north of tho mouth of Iho Amur shall
call at ono of theso two.jiorts. which
nro tho only ones on thnt cojut where
vcfscls can bo granted free pratique.
Merchandise may be Imported nt tboso
two ports frco from Customs duties
P. & A. Seeks Redress Through Courts
Tho Portland and Asiatic Steam
ship Company of Oregon filed a libel
In tho United Stales Illstrlct Court
nt San Frnticltro on March 30 ngalmt
the S:in Francisco and Porthhil
Steamship Company to recover V I,
081 freight Interest In tho steamer
SoIJa, which was run Into and sunk
by tho defendant's steamer Heaver
outside tho Hidden Gate mi November
22 uf Inst year.
Shell Br.cV- Turns to the .Soil.
Captain John Simon, who for forty
years has sailed Mm seas nml who has
visited every Important jiort In the
world, has f-irfaken tho water for a
farm, lie bus lurned away from his
native heath, becomo an American
clllu'ii and iiurt'haseil mi Oregon farm,
whore ho Intends to ralso vegetables.
Captain Simon has m.' jenrs nun
maiided Iho IJrlllsh'shlp Donna Fran
Rale War a Two.Edgtd Sword.
Tho rnto war luaugiirnted by iho
Pacific Mall Steamship Company, 'u
an apparent effort to throttlo tho
competition or the California and At
lanllc Stcaniahlii Coinimny, lias work
cd to tho advantago of tho latter com
pany, according to II. 8. Hates of San
Francisco, senior member or mo snip
ping liouso of lutes &' Cliescbroiigh
lionolulan Made Good Passage,
Tho new Malison Navigation char.
teied ilt'iimcr lionolulan inado a good
trip up In Iho roast. According to
i-iiliv I lie u'ShcIs arrived at ban
Fi-r.rliof yoKioriliiy after n little less
l'P" 'v'i days at f.ciT Tho llono.
lulan carted a number of cabin pas
ae'igers and ti largo consignment of
R ' '
Con&t Given Marine -Ennineers.
A new ruling hits' Jioon iiindo by tho
United Htata SnpcrvlslnK Inspeclors
t otlm fifflft )haUllccned Junior en
gineers, holding tblfil .asslstiint'H pa
pers and htundlllg'.'Wlrc.(,Blnll bo. eli
gible lo promotion to serond-iisslsliuit
Tuesday, Aor. 18.
San Francisco Pei sin, P. M. S. S.
3 p. in.
Wednesday, Apr. 19.
Hawaii via Manl ports Cbtidlne,
stmr., n. in.
Kauai ports V. CI. Hall, stmr., n.
Tuesday, Apr. 18.
Knual polls Klnitii, slnih, G p. m.
Maul, Molokal and Ijiii.iI porta
Mlknhula, stmr., B p. m.
Kauul pdrls Nociiii. r.tmr., p. in.'
Wednesday, Apr. 19.
San Frnnclsco Sierra, O. S. S., 10
Hongkong via Japan lxuls Persia,
P. M. S. H 10 a. nt.
Per P. M. 8. S. Persia, from San
Frnnclsco, Apr. 18. Lnytiver Hono
lulu: W. II. llniigh. Through: Rev,
WTn. .1. Bishop, Mrs. Win. .If Ultimo
Miss Margaret Utshop. Miss Julia 111
shop, Miss Mary lllshop. Mrs. 11. P.
Dubois and Infant, Mlns Helen II, Gra
ham, John II. Richardson, Mrs. John
II. Richardson, Rev. L. It. Scuddcr,
Mrs. L. It. Scuddcr, Miss Ethel Scud
dcr, Muster Lewis Spnneer, llasler
Theodora Scuddor, W. I. Smith, Miss
licien k. wowm, sirs. ii. A. Hush,
.,,.. ,,. ,-..... .... ..,
'"' "is l.vriyii lllisn, illlSH
n,w ..., , .,,, ... ,,,....
vjnn, nun! ,, -,nnn ill ill, .iiibh
E, Moorman, P. Clayton Jr., W. N.
Cliini, Mrs. 1. J.' Davis, R 11. Emat.
Mrs. Adelaide E. Ooildnrd, Mrs". II.
Lowls, J. P. l)wrlo, Mrs. J. P. Low
lie, Jinnos L, Ring, Mrs, Jnmcs L.
Ring, Miss Lydla Slder. Mrs. II. P.
Singles, Mrs. Frieda Wledlng nnd In
fant, Capl. Geo. W. Watklns.
Per O. 8. S. Sierra, for San Fran
cisco, Aprs 19 Mrs. I. M. Jacoby,
Capt. and Mrs.Xlins. Chittenden, Mr,
and Mm. C. J. Espy, W. M. Safford,
Mrs. I II. Nowell, Mrs. C. G. nel
son. Mrs. J. M. Young, Mr. nnd "Mrs
McElwIn, Mm. Moraug. 11. Iitlirop,
ll. Picmmen, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T, Gor
man, Mrs. L. Dtitllca. Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Copclnnd, Mrs. L. W. Osborne,
Mr. and Mrs. II. 11. Day, Mr. and Mrs.
K. P. Ackermnii, M. Wilde, A. P. Slier
rill, II. II. Iliirrcil, Mrs. C. J. McCar
thy, Miss II. Forbes, Miss E. (1. Ly
man, G. J. Waller, Mrs. .1. A. Rodancl,
L. M. McDonald, Mr. r.ml Mrs. C. I).
Hunker, Mrs. M. L. McDonald, 8. P.
Hartley, M. I... Woodman, J. II. Rei
ser, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. 11. Fltzpatrlck,
A. A. Cation, Mrs. Cumili.ghum, Mr.
and Mrs, I). Atkinson, Miss McDan-
lets, Mr. and Mrs. F, J. Uiscy, Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. Swaync, Percy Wil
liams, Mrs, A. McWayno, N. C. Anion,
Miss II. Hcltmim. Miss Hcltman, Mr.
and Mrs. L. O, Whlttlor, O. Horton,
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Soule, MIbb N.
Palmorton, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1L
Per stmr. Klnau. for Knual porls,
Apr. 18.- Mrs. W. II. Rico, C. 11. Hall,
M. A. Robinson, Rov. .1. W. Wadman,
Rev. C. P. Hong, S. Ji. Wilcox. Mrs,
Wilcox. C. T. HcrHok. Robt. Ander
son, (1. Mustard. Miss Whltlilngtnn,
Mrs. Mukal, Mr. Nakamura.
Fifty Asiatics Sail by Persia.
Tho denarluro of the Pacific Mail
hleiunshlp Persia from Alnkea wharf
this morning signaled thq sailing of
somo fifty Asiatic passengers for the
ports of lapan and China, Tho Per
sia got away nt ten o'clock, thero
being no particular quarantine regu
lation to bo observed.
Tho vessel being u foreign bottom
left no cargo at tho port. Since tho
blcamer lust visited Honolulu n com.
plcto live klloivnt wireless apparatus
was Ins'alled. Tho Persia was enabl
ed lo conimunlcuto fur u illstanco uf
eighteen hundred miles while, on her
trip down to the Islands. T ho steam
er carried a. rather small thrnuglr- list
of cabin passengers dcsplto tho fact
Ihu: she has been placed In tho Inlor
mcillnto service by thnt company and
Is a vessol iiui which greatly reduc
ed rates of passage prevail. Hut ono
passenger lenialned over.
Hcforo Uio vessel nailed this morn
ing Iho death of a Chinese steerage
pnsscngcr was -reported to tho Fede
ral healt.h authorities. Tho man died
from tuberculosis and his remains will
bo carried on lo China for Interment.
Hall Brought Kauai Sugar. t
Hero with fifiOO sacks sugar, Uio
steamer W. (1. Hall wns tin arrival
from Kauai today. Tho vessel also
brought a number of cabin passengers.
Tho Hall will ho given a prompt dis
patch and la scheduled to sail for -tho
Garden Island tomorrow evening,
(Continued from Pago 1)
tax 011 ri-al property. If taken out of
current revenues tho Item must bo rou
juilcrcil In connect ton with tho Item
of 100,000 for bolt rouds. Tho Horn
can pot, bo taken out of loan fiimls
and used for tho purposes nt Act 29,
ns 11 revolving fund, In view of tho
provisions of tho Organic. Act. With
n revolving fund of J2G0.O0O, the pro
visions of Act 2tl, nnd the disposition of
many Iniiilowiurs lo conpcritto with tho
Territory, If the Territory will take llui
Initiative, many, It not nil, of tho re
Hiilta will b socureil which could b
secured with a straight appropriation
or ono .to two million dollars, and that
without attendant loss to tho Territory
nnd undeserved benefit to the land
owner. "The foregoing ninougst possible
other legislation 'nnd appropriation Is
asked for In writer thnt means be nf-
forded to do what should bo done
clenn our Iioum."
'. " J- . .; 'W 1
TO BE REDUCED
A general reduction of sewer rates,
JillBht In some ruses, but effective par
ticularly for residence of moderate.
size. I e.xnoeteil to be Uio working out
of ll bill passed by Urn Ilotisn this
morning. The hill was introduced by
Williamson, designed to replaoo thnt
ngnlnst which mi adverse decision wns
Riven tiy the Supremo Court a few
Williamson's bill takes tip both sower
and garbage matters, but particular In
terest lies In Its tiling of sewer rates.
And when ho Introduced this mnrnlng
mi niiietidincnt to his own Mil, cutting
the riitns prnpored practically In half,
the bill nnsscd with n rtih,
Tho cxl'tlns rales Imvo boon based
lKirtly on floor area, with difference
for tenement houses, hotels, saloons
nnd other special elnsso of buildings.
The new rntes lire tint rlinrges, ami ns
nnipiiileil this mnrnlng nnd npproved by
tho House are as follows, the estimate
b'dng made per annum for unmetored
For washbowl, 1; Imtli-tub, 11:
bowl, SI; clniot. $2; boppCr, Hi sink.
1 . r 0 j laundry tub, ?I.r,0; Hour drain,
I2.n0; ull other fixture. $1.
Another amendment by Watklns
knocked out the power of tho Super
intendent of Public Works to dljcnn
ncct sewer nfli'r (he lapso of ten days'
minpfiymcnt of chnrgo due.
Tile Hoiko got through u good deal
of work this morning, but tbo.oiileiidnr
was heavy and much wns loft for this
The Jnillclnry committee of tho
House dues not bollcvc there Is uny
need for n term of court nt Lnhnlnit,
Maul, ntiil so reported till morning Inr
iimoiidhig Senate Hill No. 133, relating
to tonus of circuit courts. Tho liouso
'This bill nitionil tho present - InM
by cutting out the term of court nt
llonoknn, llnwnll. The Oovrrnor rec
ommended dropping ttio term nt both
llonoknn mid Lnbnlnii. A bill along
llioso lino was Introduced Into tho
House, but later tabled III tho Senate.
Your conimtttou sees no reason fur
changing Its former report, namely,
that tho term at Uilmlna I tin imneo-
essary expense nnd Inconvenience."
Thn report wns iuloptc.1.
Castle- bill limiting the) tlmo within
which n minor mny disnlllriii or repu
diate a i-ontriu-t caused u good ileal
of iliNctisKlou. The bill un It came up
for llnnl reading referred In minors lit
least sixteen year of itgo. Tavnres
offered nil amendment to extend the
ago limit to eighteen yours, nnd this
wim llimlly adopted, Tnvnre declaring
that It was u case of protecting tho
weak itculnit the strong nnd that
eighteen years was nono too late to
serve oa the limit.
Cntle, chairman of tho coiniiilttoo
mnl Introducer of the bill, started somo
hot moment when, nfter long hud de
clartil himself itgnlimt tho bill, Cusllo
rosn nml said: w
"Mr. Kpcnker, I coiurriitnbite the
honorable, ineinbcr, when tills bill comes
to' third muling, "ii being able to
knife bl own committee."
Ix.ng uroso nnd declnreil wnfmly
that ho did nut propoxo to bo railed
down, lie explained that whllo ho did
not bund 111 u minority report or re
fuse to cone'ur. he had not signed tho
bill and dml not Intend to. A roll-call
showed most of tho Hawaiian inetn-
bors lined up ngnlnst the bill nnd It
wnt defeated 17 to 11.
Notice of Intention.
No. 320 (by Itloe)--An net to pre
vent ilollclenoles In Territorial revo
nilos by authorizing all nildltlniiat gen
eral pnuwrty Inx.
No. 221 (by Rice)- To iiuthorle tho
deposit of county and city mnl county
moneys In banks In Ibis Territory.
Passed Third Reading.
II. 11. Its: Appropriating $9500.31 to
relmburso county of Maul.
II 11. 221-iUelatlng to gnrbnge, sew
ers and sowJBrnto. Ayes, sT; noes,
!l (Long. Mnri-nllliin. Mnuiinuli, Unto,
Knmaiionlu. Kiiwuakon, MnKokmi, Af
II R. 20 -Providing puiilshmont for
criminal assault. Ave. 30; noes, n
S. H, 122 Relating to iibiiteiiient of
nuisances. Ayos, 2!i; noo. 1 (Halo)
TO LIFT POLO CUP
LONDON', Apr. '$. Ciiptii'ln J. llnr
ilross Lloyd nnd Cinliiln Herbert" Wil
son sailed for New York today on tho
steamer I(usltanla from Liverpool. The
others of tho llrltlsh polo team, which
will try to regain the International polo
cup 011 tho MonilowbrooK, Held, will
start for Ainorlen soon. Lieutenant li.
W li Palmer nnd Captnin LeiOlo
Cheuiie will sail Wednesday nnd Cap
tain V W. Hnrrott and Lieutenant A.
Noel IMwnribi will follow April 15.
A machine to turn out conereto roof
ing tiles In tho sumo way that term
rotta tiles tiro made, except that buk
Ing Is unnecessary, has liocn Invented
by nil Indiana man.
Russia planted 2tO,tlt),3C. nrrcs In
grain Inst year, tho largest ncrengo In
, The seating capacity ;"-tho thuiflioji
In the States Is iippr'yxlinntJj'ly f'O.t
Municipal tramways of tho Culled
Kingdom employ nmro than 00,000 per
Coney Garage Automobiles
MesFAll Inter-Island Steamers
MUCH TOO BUSY
North Hllo residents hnvo started
n fight on J. V. Marclcl, the district
Judge and school principal also, and
it touched tho liouso this morning In
tho form of i petition, wjilch was re
ferred to Iho Judiciary committed.
Tho petition Is as follows:
"We, tho iinderBlgncd voters and
tnxpaycts, residing In Iho illstrlct of
North Hllo, Courtly and Territory of
Hawaii, do respectfully nsk Hint. .1. V.
Mnrclel, our district magistrate, bo
Dismissed from the position its dlstilct
Judgo tif' North Hllo -for tho following
1. lie I ;iow holding tho prllicl-
palshlp of Hip government school at
2. Also the position ns illstrlct
.1. The cntnt sits at 7:20 u. m.
every court day or 2 p. in. , i
I. A man should by right bo per
muted to hold only ono government,
position. Wo ask your disapproval
In this matter,"
WHEN POLITICS IN
'(Continued from Page 1)
.."Under tho jp-escnl syslom tho
Hoard of Health has a frco dispens
ary In charge of Dr. Shepherd, and
the City and (Siunty has n physician '
who Is supposed lo prescrlbo for tho
Indigent and to furnish. medicines.
"In this way thero uio two officials:
doing tho same work, which Is a waste
of tlmo and money.
Two Do Work of One Now,
"Resides wasting money In having
two men doing llic sumo work, thero
Is n considerable wuslo In tho medi
cines used. Tho Hoard of Health
buys Its medicines by contract nnd
gets them nt n low rato while the
City nnd County buys In Hie open
innrkel. To"iinyone at all conversant
with tho drug market It will ho seen
Hint tho city Is paying n lot moro
money than Is Hie Territorial hoard.
"To ohvlato Ibis a plan has been de
vised which has tho entire approval
or President Mott-Smlth.
"In the future all tho Indigent will
como to tho Territorial, board instead
of minio going to tho City nnd Coun
ty. Their medicines will all bu fur
nished fly tho Territory frco of'coxt
to tho City nnd County. .
In City to Dispensary.
"All thoso In tho city who want pub
lic attention will .receive It at tho dis
pensary, and thoso outulilo tho city
will bo nltendcii to by tho City and
County physician and tho nurse,
"Another point Is that all proscrip
tions written by Iho City nml County
physician will bo filled al Uio Territo
rial dispensary frco of charge.
"In theco ways thcro will be a
inniked saving In tho olllco of tho
City and County physician, I believe."
Remain With Board.
Dr. WnyMiu stilled that ho would
still continue to lie an employee of tho
Territorial Hoard of Health as In tho
past ,111111 ho rclnlcrutcd his stand In
icgaitl to iKilltlcs saying that thcru
would bo no foolishness alsffit tho
matter. That tho moment nny poll
tics were tried thalwomont ho would
step down and out and thero would
be in use urging him to stay under
Can Co It Ourselves.
"Wo can tako faro of thing- hero
ourselves, wo do not need any Fed
eral aid, and I tun going lo show tho
people of Ibis city that this 3 a fact,"
said Iho doctor In conclusion.
Control over tin pol shopt and the
enforcement of Military regulation'
when tho places lire reopened Is 'left
absolutely In the hands of (be city
npd county oltlelals, according to 11
statement' minio tills morning by Pros
blent Mott-Smlth of tho Hoard of-.
Health. x ...
No attempt will be made by lpo Ter
ritory to tako separate. Victlon against
the pol shops, the Territory having tin
understanding with City nnd County
Physician Wnysnn that the municipal
ity will look out for the work, mid (bat
Is ull tho assurance Hint tho Terri
torial Hoard of Health asks for.
This Information was conveyed In A.
K C. Atklunii, iitiorncy, for the t'bl
iioku pol ilealors, this morning, and bo
was told to hold his conference In 10
Kiird In (he enforcement f tho law
Willi (bo city nnd county oltlelals.
No new easo of clinic nt wero report
ed by thn Hoard of Health this morn
ing. All of tho efforts of thn physi
cians u ml Inspectors havo been con
tcreil In the attempt to Uoliito "tho
Iwliol dlitriet where tho lust casn of
cholera appeared y'estmluy, tho guards
having been doubled.
Coney's Joint resolution iisklng that
ertnlu lands sot -isilc under tho Ki
li'iicri imt'tynnl park bill lili exempted
from tho reserve was up 'for discus
sion lu the , liouso this nrternoon. Co
ney demanded to know why thn public
lands- committee, to which the resolu
tion wns referred, bad not taken notion.
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