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16 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1911. 16 PAGES.
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TRANSFERS TO END HILO SCHOOL SCANDAL
WHARF TAX WILLiPU ARRFS Fill Ffl
BE CONTINUED i Sto nninn
by shippers ' REPORTS BOARD
Conference Between Commit
tees Results In Harmon
MERCHANTS WILL GET
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS
Representatives Named to
Confer With Permanent
bOljy MaVO ASSUranCeS 0I
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A conferc.ro hold this morning
between a special committee from
Ihc Merchants Association ami I ho
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Shippers Wharf Committee ended
with an agreement without opposition'
Hint the Shlppcr.s Wharf fund he con-
tinned. In adlltlon, the Shippers'!
Committee la agreeable to some plan,
of reorganization that will glvo rcp-i
I oscillation to the Merchant!)' Asso
elation. . I
Tho conference this morning was
tlio result or a movement in tlio Jtcr- wri; llt i ot-loek this uftcnioon, after
chants' Association thut culminated a being In cxecutlvo hcshIoii tlnco 'rues
few daj-K ai?o a special meeting at day afternoon.
which demands wcro mado that ftillcrl Thcro w.im an undcrstiuidliig t'inttlio
publicity be islvon tho workliiRS of llndlngs should not ho given to tho
!!. wlmrf PnmmltlPB ntwl Ihn fnn,lx
that II collectu fiom local business
men and firms. Complaints wore
mado In tlio association that though
tho wharf committee hns been col-
leetlng funds for ten years, not even
thuso who had Blood lhe bunion of
the assessments knew how lhe fuudj
wero expended. I
The Merchants' Association com
mittee, consisting of V, I.. Waldron.
chairman. !'. YV. Macfarlauo and Col.
.1. II. Snper, this nioriilng met tho
Shippers' Whuif vomuiltteo, Including
V. A. Schuefer, li K. Taxton, T. II.
I'eltlo. I''. Kluni) and T. Cllve Davles,
and the two coniniittces got together
hiiiiiionloiisly. The shlpperb met tho
special committee half-way and tead
il.v agrco to give tho merchants full
er rcpiesciitallou. Theto Is no quus
tloii that tlio fund will he continued,
as it Is realized that It Is luvaluablu
In tlnio of cnicrgcncy, paitlcularly for
In fact, tho meeting this morula:;
lesiilled In a good understanding all
around, and (ho roprosenlatlvo of the
Merchants' Association aro sallsllod
Hint tho questions asked will ho un-
sweicil. No dellnlli. action was Ink-
en. and other meollngs will ho held;
neioro the committee reports to thu
LINES FIXED i
Capl. Putnam Received Noti
fication That Cocoanut Is
land Has Been Left Out.
Capt. A. II. Putnam, Corps of Kn
I'.lneors, IT. 8. A., has received from
tho Secretary of War notification that
tho harbor lines of Illln harbor hava
been duflultoly fixed. The notifica
tion is to tho erred that tho Hues
wore nipnrirtcd "U April I.
Tho linos accord. In genoral. with'
those outlined nt the public hearing
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hold at Hllo on July II. lMlo. Cocoa-
nut Island has been left outside of
tho hiirlioi' lines iifc was iinainiouslv
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leronimcnded at tho hearing. Iho
illstanco tho bulkhead and ploihund
linns at tho oast end or Kuhio May
B i;00 feet.
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rerhnps life nt Albany will get to
be Just ono ballot after another; but
let's hope for better thlngB. I
- The Board of Public Initrucllon this afternoon at 2 o'clock made itt find
ings on the Hllo High School tcandal. Tlio board finds that the charges
against both Mrs. Compton and Principal Richmond have not been substan
tinted, but has decided that both will be transferred to other schools for the
good of the department.
AS TO RICHMOND
The board finds that the ehareiemado!
against Mr. F. A. Richmond, principal
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ity, Improper familiarity with pupils,!
lnd the Immoderate use of liquor, have
not been substantiated. The board '
" h? from the statement,
made before it, as to the conduct of
lh() ,ehoo and lhe di,cip,ne ,,,.
ed therclll unrjeP ,, administration, ,
nr in. nio n D OGIIOO . OT immom '
that the efficiency of the Department
0f Public Instruction will be promoted I
by transferring Mr. Richmond to an-
other school, and such transfer will
accordingly be made.
Huch wen- the llnillng of the Hoard
(,f rommlssluncrs of 1'uhllc Inslruc-
,, whcn tho ,cm)Crs finished their
l'"'""-' ""111 aucr nolo .Mrs. uiiipioii
and Sir. Hlchinond had received copies
of the decision of the board, anil on
tll,, Ilccolml tho pul)1c ,.,,. cur not
gettlmr tho report this artemoori.
ltlcliinoiid was found In his room ami
given his copy, hut Mrs. Compton was
away from tho hotel and no imo know
where she roulil be found.
Tlie ropy ot me uikiiiikh was sent 10
her by messenger at 1 W, mid then
, lb"' reporters had their chance ill the
Is The Charge
That Superintendent of Public
Works Cnmnhull hroko faith with nth-
,., iienartincnl heads of tho Territorial
government and that by breaking
faith ho was able to serum hlmaulf
agulnst a cut In his salary whllo the
other otllclals Buffered in tho general
economy scheino Is tho latest topic
for discussion In political and olllclal
According In this story. Campbell
iifiSisei to Territorial Auditor Fish
er and Territorial Treasurer Colliding
hat the department heads should
keep "hands off" tho legislature and
allow It In deal with the department
heads as It saw llt.
LARGE SIS WILL BE
SPENT IN BIG CRUSADE
FOR HEALTH IMPROVEMENT
A new ineiiilur lias been added to
the sanitary commission by (lovernor
1" . ' ..ainn of Jain's I Young of '
;,,,, f ,m.(1 fc Ymmg having been!
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SI 111 111 HI IIU" neillll" llll l-.lllllllimn""
ulll llBlli completing tho personnel of
A general conference on the health
and sanitation bills passed at tho ses -
slou of tho Legislature Is planned ror
next week, Oovernor Kronr believing
that no time should be lost In ported-
lug tho system that la needed for tho
AS TO MRS. COMPTON
The board finds that the charges pro-
ferred by the principal of the Hilo High
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ww,vw uu,,,.. wuimw.w,. II.,. if.
the main failed of proof. Several acts
bordering upon insubordination on her
part have, however, been established to
the "t'.f.ction , e boar and dur-
mg the present school year there has
been amongst the teachers at the school
a lock of harmony for which Mrs.
Compton was to a large extent respon
sible. The discipline of the school has
been seriously impaired through this Victor Berger, the Socialist member Governor on?tho appointment of a land
lack of harmony. I the House of Representatives, to- commissioner nnd tho sending of Tuck-
The board therefore finds that the day Introduced a resolution proposing nnmc to tho Senate followed In tho
efficiency of the Department of Public a constitutional amendment providing wnk0 of u numbcr ot' BOincwhat slml
Instruction will be promoted by trans- that the Senate presidents power of jnr Cff0rtH during the lust week of
ferrlng Mrs. Compton to another veto be abellsheH. fc. wvuld further ttl0 keMi0.
school, and such transfer will accord-
Ingly be made. .
The flnilliiRtf of the board worn
rather unexpected. In a way, ns the
talk of the street for tho past two days
has been that something dcllnlte should
he done, hut the llnal decision Is In
the form of a whitewash for both par
ties. According to tho decision, the board
finds that although tho churges against
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lllihnioiid have not been substantiated
to the satisfaction of the members yet
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llln . U..I.....1 (.rill l.d ..PI11,I.,,..I ll.'
High Hcliool will be promoted
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" s given employment on Island estates,
lt Is Iiirtliar charged that ImUng SAY IRON WORKER The lnter-lsland steamer .Maul sailed
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truiuely busy with members of tho ! k... which is expected to carry near
legislature In an attempt In secure LOS ANGELES, Cat., Apr. 27. The )y ,,, hundred Immigrants to port!
himself from u salary cut and a loss report that E. O. McManlgal, Iron along the lliimakuu coast of Hawaii
of Kiwcr. hut that ho used tho Ito- worker, one of the three men arrested Ttu, ukellko will also leave n numbei
publican oxccutlvo couiniUleo to help fop connection with the Times dyna- l)f k,us families nt Uihalnu am
him. It Is said that a letter was
written by him to the committee In
which ho promised thut support of
his department ami Us patronage to
tho committee In return for tho sup
port of tho committee and Its efforts
with tho legislature to prevent tho
t l.vtf,.l nm.l . .tins! tfitll
llll Vllll'lliJII DtllUIV Ltd,
It Is no secret that tho committee
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must adviilitagcoiiM carrying out ot tho
now plans for Improvement of health
The tentative phm that has already
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rnmmlsslnn proceeding with Its work
las mon as possible, the major portion
, of the J260.000 fpnd being expended In
1 a general way in aeenrdanco with Its
opinion and nuvico. -no actual control
of the fund, however1, will be In tho
j hands of the Hoard of Health, tho only
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( Special Hull tln CalJ.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Apr. 27.
Results today In the big league games
were as follows!
Chicago Chioago 14, St. Louis 4.
Boston New York 4, Boston 3.
Philadelphia Philadelphia 3, Detroit &
Nev York New York 12, Boston 5.
Brooklyn Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 2.
Cincinnati Cincinnati 4, Chicago 2.
. member of
(Annoclateil Vnttn Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 27.
amino mo constitution to give autnor- .
ty tothe courts to declare legislation
FIVE DAYS FOR
(Associated Press Cable.i
ci da or, t- a B7tl.
hu i nfc Vf I A.a null abf tm IIIO uofl' t
eral ,rm,,ee w lod txitnded foP.
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five days. Many desertions are report-
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ed from General Madero's army.
I AROUND MAZATLAN
' NOQALE8, Max., Apr. 27. It is re
ported here that Mazatlan has been
surrounded by rebels and the water
supply cut off.
REYES IS HURRYING
BACK TO COUNTRY
PARIS, France, Apr. 27. General
Bernardo Reyes, former minister of
war, who has been called back to Mex-
ico to aid In the peace negotiations,
started home today.
"''""?"" "" "" r..i.rw
WITH G. 0. P. LEADERS
(Knechil II ll I I e t I n Cnlilo.)
NEW YORK, Apr. 27. President
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7a'l' hcre "n,"rin9 wlth P"
FRANCE MUST QUIET
(Specl.ll Hill lot In Cable.)
PARIS, France, Apr. 27. The pow
ers have been notified that French In
tervention in Morocco Is necessary to
SAYS HPS INNOCENT
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Apr. 27'
James McNamara, union printer,
brother of John J. McNamara, secre
"" " " structural iron workers, to-
da' m"dB a '"""t rtln8 that
ho is not guilty of complicity in tho
dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times,
tary of the structural Iron workers, to
olU .(111,. M,.Mam.ra. ... In I. II
"0,n ' ,no menamaras aro in jan
SAN FRANCISCO. Apr. 27 Ileets:
8 analysis, 10s 0 1-2.1.; parity, t.:!2c.
I'rovlous quotntlon. 10s. 7d.
Asked Frear For Appointment
Of Land Commissioner
A crnccrtcd effort wan miulo by tlio
members tt tlio Senate last night to
Irrnll upon Governor Kronr to send
down tlio iiHini! of n commissioner of
mihllc lands for conlrmntlon. Hud tlio
I request contained In a communication
sent lip to tlio Oovernor. bearing at
I least ten signatures, been followed by
tlio chief executive, J. 1). Tucker 'wcuMlt
bo the now commissioner of public
lands with u salary of 5300 a month.
The attempt inado liy the Scnato last
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t, ,.. ii,.i,( n,t ii, t..ni,i.n ..
s.tUcJ whcn aovrnor ,.,,,. ,tntc, Ht
a conference that ho would appoint
Charles It. Hemcnway to tho place If
tho Leglslnturo would fix the salary at
1)00 a month. This was agreeable to
the Senate, but when Hemcnway de
clined there wero moro difficulties.
Hundreds of Spaniards havo cither
left or will depart by this evening for
sugar plantations on Hawaii and Maul.
Tim examination of the Immigrants
that arrived here by the Ilrltlsh steam
ship Orterle Is moving along at a sat-
Three minuroii and
fnri.. Pnrtiiirtinxn nuvn been missed. and
,, presenting themselves at tho
),ead(uarters of the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association they have been'
Inspector in Chargo of Immlgratloi
Itavinmid C. Drown expects to com I
.,i ii, a e.,i,i,iti,m of t In.ist.
eleven hundred Immigrants by tho heed to the order. Tho presence of a Sheridan street, nnd anyone Interested
elosi of business today. Tho station few agitators has boon discovered as Is welcome to visit tho place any day
has been a busy place during the past the Immigrants gather In groups about at 10 o'clock and watch tho very In
few'ilays. This morning a largo batch: tho wharf awaiting tho sailing of tho. terestlng process,
of Spaniards were transferred from steamers. In some Instances tho trou-1 Tho milk ns it conies In from tho
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, quarantine Island to tho station. They
wen put through a courso ot qucs
tlons concerning health, habits, occu
pation, Intentions, etc
AiriingemcntH for tho feeding of sev
eral hundred ut the federal Immigrant
POWER IS NEAR END
After July 1 of this year, tho Ma
yor's npnolntlvo power Is at tho mer
cy of tho Hoard of Supervises,
Tho last hill signed by Oovernor
I'rear last night was II. II. 219, which
provides that "tho Mayor, with tho
approval of tho Hoard of Stiiwrvlsors,
approval 01 mo iioain i DisJ.,....n
shall appoint all olllrers
whoso election or miptiiiitiiionl Is not
,.ti.-..,iu u.,0inf.i.ii.. ,,nvi,ln,i fur In
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()i0 chHrlor or 1)y ornlnanco." Thus
tho Board of Supervisors by ordln
anco can create or annual offices by
ordinance, until practically tlio ontlro
appointive ipowor of tho Mayor Is
I This new law Is tho outcome of tho
It was hoped yesterday afternoon
that thu Oovernor would send u namo
down, but when tho hour for adjourn
ment nine die began to approach, tho
members of the Senate dcolded that
they would tako action.
A letter was drafted stating that
"th,' undersigned Senators" would
filuiir volo for tlio eonnrmation ot J
r Tii.kW. shmilit his nnmo bn sent i
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down, ndillnC romcining anoui nis scr
vices In tho lafd department.
Tho first to sign tho letter wero tho
holdover Senators, an.t It la understood
that, excepting one or lvo members of
tho Senate, who wcro aWent at tho ' IMMlteij ourlnB the sixth session of tho
time, all the members of tho "PJ'Wljja.fcUT, VM CiYMV rfp,!A?a1 "-.,
houso appended tlicfr signatures to tho . fcnt -v
docl",lonl' In Urn closing hours of tho sh.th
The communication was taken up-
stairs by Sergeant-at-Arms Clark and
n reply awaited. None was received
when President Knuilsen's gavel fell
for adjournment alne die at 11 o'clock,
anil the new land commissioner Is still
In the Governor's hands.
station leave little to bo desired. This
department Is caring well for the peo
ple whllo In Its charge. A whole
some stew with an abundance of other
edibles has been set before thu nuw
arrivals three times each day.
Across the street at the old Channel
wharf aro nearly two hundred Spanish
tumllles awaiting transportation to tho
Island sugar cstutes. Thcso people are
ueing icti uy iiiu ierriiuriui uuani ut
Immlgrutlon. Several largo consign-!
meats of personal effects Of the Im
nigrum have been passed upon by
he customs Inspectors and have been
irought to the wharf.
Complaint has been mado that lnthe
umlgatlon of the personal effects at
luarantlno Island, many articles of by thu Honolulu Dairymen's Assocla
eathcr suffered through the baptism tlon. and President Isenberg puts It,
t steam. Tho Immigrants had been "If wi don't have absolutely pure mlllc
arned to removo all such belongings
ruin the Duncllcs, nut through ignor-
nnro or Indifference many paid no
blu-makcrs aro not content to Jcavo
Honolulu for other Islands. It has also
conic to the knowledgo ot tlio authori
ties that some highly exaggerated sto
rlo.i havo been told concerning tho
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fight liotween Mayor Josoph J. Fern,
a Democrat, and tho Republican ma
jority of tho Hoard of Supervisors.
SENATE CHAIR IS
VACANT PRO TEM.
ii..i.i.,i !..,.. r.M.i
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr, 27.
Senator William P. Frye of Maine to
day resigned the presidency of the Sen
ate pro tern.
JOSE J. DIAS
Bishop 8t., below King St. Phona 3444
Closing Hours of House Are
Marked By Fight Against
BEATEN AFTER FIGHT
Calculations of Opponents Up
set When Rice Refuses to
Be One of Turncoats Move
A acnsatlonol chapter In the history
of Itnw-nllun I.egllaturea closed at 10
o'clock last night, when seventeen
. . lt
members of tho House voted down un
nttempt on the part of enemies of tho
r'nlrchlld land resolution to secure a
reconsideration of tho measure. With
tho seventeen agulnst reconsideration.
the mast persistent lobby that has up
Legislature, this lobby mado a final
despernto effort to kill the measure
whlcl) provides permanent funds for
the schools of Hawaii. It had passed
tho House In tho afternoon after hang
ing In lhe balance for n long time.
With the House members growing
careless, others growing tired and a,
political deal on that seemed to favor
tho move, tho lobby mado a sudden
strike and might have won had the
friends of the measure been less
Tho I'alrchlld land resolution was
reported out of the public lands com
mittee with two reports yesterday, a
majority and minority. Tho majority
report was signed by Castlo and Ku
nekoa of Oahu, Huddy of Kauai and
Cockctt of Maul, vvhllo Affonso signed
tho minority report nnd Towso and
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NOW SyStCul Installed rOr
Freeing Milk of Germs
Purification ot milk by electricity Is
a new system that has been Installed
now. such a thing Is Impossible. ,
mo new macnino is in opcrauon m
the headquarters of the association on
' various dairies Is poured Into a largo
container and Is not again touched by
human hand till It reaches tho con
tainer. Tho machlno for purification Is
not elaborate to look at. The gist of lt
Is, that tho milk In running through
the apparatus Is subjected to a very
high voltage of electricity. Tills wipes
out the germs. It Is then cooled nnd
passes Into tho bottling machine, whero
the bottles are filled nnd tho caps put
on by machinery, sn that nowhere
along tho lino docs tho milk como In
contact with anything that might con
Quito u largo numbcr of peoplo wcro
at too association iieauquiiricra una
' morning to witness tho working of tho
machine, notnblo among them being
President Qllmoro nnd professors from
tho College of Hawaii.
It is claimed for tho system now In
uso that under the tests to which It
was put before being placed on tha
maiket. milk was poisoned with germs,
and after passing through tho purifier
was absolutely free from germs and
safe for human consumption. Another
advantage Is that the process docs not
change tho tnsto of tho milk, ns Is
sometimes tho cue with various sys
tems for pasteurizing.
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