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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, APR. 27, 1911.
TO BE COMPLETE
House Provides Fifteen Days
Extra for Clerk and i
(tnt:i(tift tluit wort v l( m( r 'I
wrrn h.imletl nut tit nlfilit lo I'lrtk
of the limine IM Wootlunn! mul A
nlMmit rirrk Ijiitlirr Kiiiih, wlvn tin
Ilniinc unntilmnuly mlnptril u rt-nolu
lion mithnrlxlns tliu clnrk mid hW -w-KlMant
to complete tlir rU'iiml wutk
of tho llotixr In lift pen tyn, tin fi
men at $12 a tiny mid tliu Inttrr at h
Th rcttoliitloii una offen-d hy Uiilkln
In HCrotiilltiR It Hire wiM.
"Mr. Kppfikcr. this lloimr lm nir
liml n clerk thnt Ihik done hi work
m fiilthfullj miI well, ntiil tin -miii-ip
nhould ho fnld of tin HHHlntiiiii irk
Tlit thnnkn of Oil IIoiikp hit- ilue t"
Ah h matter of fur!, Wixtduard and
livnnt liaxe made a rrronl in tin . lrr
liiil end of tli lloiiMr tiuit hintT
Wooilunrd'1 intnuh nr nmilrlH nf
tlirtr kind and tho lli.mk- lint nhh nf
tlie llmmr hut ol tin pr rrprren
ltlvo n N tlin Woodw.ird and
I'win fur tin ir pfwd work
(Continued from Pag 1)
MiMtiiiull alKiiril neither. Tlic tniijnr
Ity report hy OnMIe favored the rofti
Intlon. with mi iiinrnclinrnt providing
for ii new illxpoxltlon of thp revenues
from tho lnrid, u rollu: l'lfty por
rent for hl'IiooIk. forty por cent for
promotion, of hoiiientendlin;. ami ten
per oent for tlic CiiIIckc of llnniill.
Struggle In Afternoon.
Thin report nun adopted In the uft
ernoon. after u liartl MrtiKKle und u
ote t lint Ht llMt vvni lieurt-hretiMiiKlv
clone At the afternoon mosmIoii Kelll
nol. vv ho hn acted throughout a
rpoKcuman for the lobby, trleil to e
ciire the pnxKnKo of an amendment to
the resolution, ciiIIIiik for n cpeel.il
election on the ituextlon. to he hehl
on August 20 next. The llrwt vnto vvn
taken nn a motion to table Krlllnol'H
atnenilinent, and vvn hwt, fourteen
votliiR for tho motion and Mxteen
itKitiiiKt, ah follow:
Aye Archer, Citxtlo, Ooekctt, Co
ncy. Hale, Ilixlily, Kuinannulii, Knne
koa, Knwewehl, Mnhoo. Mnheknu, Shel
don. Wulnlinlo, Hpcnker HoMeln To
Noei Alfonso, Cooke, Corre.i, IVr
naudez. Knw Million. Kcllluol, Lone,
Marciilllno. Monniiiitl, nice, Itlckard,
TavnrcM, Towfo, Vntklh, Willi. ilnson,
YatcH Total, 16.
Next Vote a Tie.
The next vote wan closer Mtlll. It
came on a motion that KdilnnrH
Minendment he ndnpted Kkknrd. who
hail oted airalnnt tahllni; the amend
ment, did not really fax or a plebiscite
mul on the next ote chaiiRid hIiIch,
with the rcftult that the ote uiih a
tli K to 15 and the amendment lot
The Htliliy reciUed lis llrnt Ket-linck
hero, mid It vmih app.irent that It did
not Imto HtreiiEth to kill the meimure
ahiiolutely. A long debate. eiiKued, Af
foitxo Kpeaklin; aKalnut the resolution
It wan nearly I iclotk when thellounii
llnally uot down to a voto on tliu
measure Itnelf, the motion brine to
adopt the majority report of the com
mittee, which carried tho resolution an
lien the Dual IlKlit runic over tho
adoption of tho amended resolution, th
ote wan ilechho. l.onK Hwltchcd
hIiIch. the llmt to break away from the
Krllhiol VtrciiKth, utid after this hcv
eral uthirH tmnhlid Into the waRon
HWlftly and the resolution imsxcd hy a
vote of twenty lo ten. Correa, l'Yr
UHiider., I.0IK;, Towmo and Watklns
all of Oaliu Joined with the friendM of
the resolution. Towho llrst oti"l
iiKalliHt the rexoliitlou, and then be
fore the ri'Hiilt was annouiiied cluuiRed
llii vote Me explained l.ixt nleht that
this was done ho he could moe a re
consideration Fight Hotter in Evening.
The tluht In the afternoon was hot,
but It was hotter stilt In the evenliiK,
when the lobby made Its sudden strike
for a reconsideration Most of tho
session's hiiNlnusH had hum i leaned up
and a recess taken All durhiK the
evening the lobbyists and Killlnol's
men were trylnK to round up the
doubtful ones und Kit a majority
iiRalnst the ralrchlld measure 1'lnal
l they thouKht thoy had succeeded
1'nrt of It was eiiKlneeied In this
way: The Ouhu delegation has been
for weeks trylnK to net throuKli House
Hill JIB. which practlcall) does away
with the maor's veto power. It Is
backed by the Republican members of
the Oohu Hoard of Supervisors, rind
the QhIiu dolcRatlon innilo u strniiB
IlKht for It This measure was still
pciiulni? last nlRht, hnvlnc been held
up bv n conference committee of the
limine and Senate Affonso, of tho
House conference committee. Is cred
ited with belmr responsible for holding
tho bill up Affonso Is also one of
the strongest opponents of the Kulr
Was It a Bluff?
Uist nlRht tho word was passed out
to several Oaliu men hy opponents of
the Khlrchllil resolution that n. deal
had been inado whereby Itnuso Hill
319 would he reported out of the con
ference commllteo and passed by tho
House, nnd In exchange Koine of the
Onlju men would oppose tho ralrchlld
resolution Whether or not this deal
was nctually mado Is doubtful, hut
word of It was paused around, probably
rc SIXTH HOUSE IS
L7J RECORD BREMER
lc. each, 3 (or 25c Arrow Culft, 25c.
Cluctt. I'cahody ft Co., Troy. N.Y.
as a bluri With this n a liver as
will as promlts, intents and other
means of lursu.ision, the opponents ol
I the r'.ilrihild rcHiiuiton went back to
the House leady for a reconsideration.
The reckoned, however, without
I'h.irley llliv of Kniiiii. Itltc has con
sistent opposed the rulrchlld reso
lution, and voted against it ill the aft
'iriuon. hut when, after the House had
ome passed it, tlf Killlnol faction
tulli tl It up lot reciinsldcratlon, ho
Rice Turnt Loose.
Towse moved the leconsldeiallnn,
and thin Hlcu tut mil loose. I
1 have 1ieen agaliisl this resolution'
all through, Mr Speaker," ho suld. I
' Hut It passed the House this uftcr
noot and to bring it up now will In
jure the Itepiiblicun patty anil make
fools of ourselves Do wo viint to go
down as the House that didn't know
Its own mind? Do we want lo go on
record with this kind of thing? If wo
do. we disgrace the Itipuhllcnn party,
Hiid I claim If wc go hack on our
action of this afternoon wo are dis
gracing ourselves In live minutes wo
can change the good record this House
Hy this time the doubtful members
began to realize that they had nearly
been led Into an embarrassing position.
When the vote was lln.illy taken, It
showed the following.
On riie's motion to t ible the. motion
to reionslder. tin vote was
Ai Archer. Castle, I'ockett, Co
uc. I'orrea, Hale, Huild. Kanekoa,
Knwewehl. Long, Mahoe. Makrkau,
Itlce, Itlclfnrd. Sheldon, Yv'nlnhnlo,
Speaker Ilolsteln. Totnl, 17.
Noes Affonso, Cooke, ICnmanoulu,
KawiuiKoa, Kelllnol, Marcalllno, Mo
tin. mil, Tavarcn. Wntklns, Willlnniron,
Yates Total. 12.
This ended tho light, routed tho
lobby ng'iln, and also created consid
erable bitterness, much of which would
have been erased tin the Inst night of
The bills and resolutions signed by
tiovirnor Ku.tr vcslcrilay nnd last
night, with the hour of being sent to
the Legislature, were as follows:
At 3i15 P. M,
Senate Hill No :til, as Act IIS. enti
tled "An Act Itel.itlng to lcrsnn,il, In
come and Properly Taxes and the Dis
position of the Proceeds Thereof.
Amiiidlin; Certain Laws ami Ilepeal
Suintn Hill No 12", as Act 1111, en
titled "An Act Relating lo Taxation,
Annulling, Hi pealing and Adding to
Certain Laws Itelatlug Thereto"
House Illll No. M. as Act 147, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section 6 of
Act n nt the Session Uivvs of 190'.,
Itehitliig to Conservation ami Immigra
tion Tax "
Senate Hill No 13.1. as Act 1IK, en
titled "An Act to ruellltate the Mar
keting of rrultH and Vogetuhlcs lirown
In the Territory of Hawaii"
llouso Hill No 233, as Act ll'.i, en
titled "An Act to Prescribe the Tenure
or Office and Manner of I'lectlon of
the Supervisors of the County of
Senate Illll No 1.15, as Act 150, en
titled "An Act to Amend Sections 21J,
2111. 221, J.'H. 236, 21S. 248 and 217, and
lo Itepeal Sections 200201, 202, 220 and
230 of the Itevlsed Ijiws, Relating to
the Department of Public Instruction"
Senate Hill Nn. 93, as Act 1S1, en
titled "An Act to Itepeal Chapters 75,
76 and 77 of tho Revised Ijiws of Ha
waii, and Act 132 of the Session mh
of 1907. Relating to Hxploslves and
Inlliimmable and Fuel Oils"
House Hill No 246, ns Act 152, en
titled "An Act to Regulate Storage nt
House Hill No. 252, ax Act 153. en
titled "An Act Relating to the Mlll-
i tl.i, Adding Four New Sections to tho
Revised Ijiws of Hawaii, to Ho Known
as Sections 162A, 1621), 162C and
House 1)111 No 219, as Act 154, en
titled "An Ait to Appropriate Twenty
Thousand Dollars (120,000) to Facili
tate und Expedite the Granting of Cer
tain Preference RlRhts."
Si nate Hill No 22. ns Act 155, en
titled "An Ait Making Appropriations
for Current Expenses for the Illcn
nlal Period Gliding June 30, 1913."
At 530 P. M.
House Hill No. J67, ns Act 156, en
titled "An Act to Authorize the Do
posit of Count) and ctty nnd County
.Moneys In Hanks of This Territory"
House Illll Nn "69, as Act 167, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section 1034A
of the Revised Laws, as ICnactcd by
Act 29 or the Laws of 1911, Relating
to tho Improvement of Insanitary
House Hill No 221. ns Act 15S. en
titled "An Act Helming to Sewers and
Garbage, Repealing Chapter 84 of tho
Revised Laws and Act 21 of tho Laws
The House last night ended the
must economical at well ns edlclctit
session of Its enreer The sixth ses
sion will go down nn the tccord as n
distinct credit to the ltepuhtlcan par
ty, which liml it majority of twenty
eight out of tlic tliirtv members.
Chairman Nnrmnn Wntklns of the Ac
counts Committee presonted n report
nl last night's closing session which
slums thnt utthmigli 'the salaries of
tnoinliera and tho fnrco of employes Is
greater than ever before, the actual
operating expenses linvo been cut to
n minimum, which means u big Hav
ing to tax-payers.
Tho llouso thereupon passed a oto
of thanks to the efficient Accounts
Commlttre. which under the leader
ship of Wntklns lias made a record.
Another record was made in tho
legislation. Two hundred nnd seventy-two
jllls were Introduced In the
House, and of these K0 were passed,
nbout llfty-nlne per cent, which is nn
unprecedented number. Ono hun
dred and thirty resolutions were In
troduced nnd fortj -four petitions.
Thirteen messages from the Governor
were received Thirty-one concurrent
resolutions wore Introduced.
The House received eighty-one Sen
ate bills, nnd of these, nil hut fifteen
vvcto passed. Only two Important
measures that came from the Senate
were, killed In the House. One was
the bill prohibiting government offi
cials from being Interested In public
contracts to which tho Territory Is a
party. Tho other Is the Kenato bill
for the re-locntlon of Union street,
which raised such strenuous objec
tions from the affected property-owners
that tho House could not pasn It.
The House vvns active up to the end
nf tho session, which enmc nt 10: in
Inst night. A number of unimportant
matters were tabled on oral reports
from standing committees. After nil
the work had been elenred nway, Kn
vvowehl presented a resolution of ap
preciation for tho work of Speaker
Ilolsteln, which went through with a
whoop. Ilolsteln has made an excel
lent Speaker, nnd his huslncss-llko
method of handling parliamentary
points has made possible the great
amount of work dono by the House.
After tho House ndjourncd slno die,
tho Oaliu members werti hosts nt nn
Informal' buffet luncliconln tho Uni
versity Club, where all o? the mem
bers of Iho House, employes nnd rep
resentatives of the press wcro given
n welcome farewell party, with Rep
resentative Williamson In tho rolo of
master of ceremonies.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It Is suggested that eczema suffer
ers anl: Honolulu Drug Co. of this city
nli.it reports they uro getting from
tho patients who havo used tho oil of
wlntcrgrren liquid compound, D. D.
Ofudlncks may please u certain order
of politicians, but people who want
honest legislative work do not IIUo
r tt :;:::: n :t n tt i: n i: t: :t :: n t:
of 1905, and I'stuhllshlug Rates for tho
Use of tho Honolulu Sowers."
House Illll No 161, as Act 159, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section 459
of the Revised Ijiuh uf Hawaii, Re
lating to Game."
House Hill No. 271, lis Act 160, en
titled "An Act to Amend Act 67 of
the Session Ijiwh of 1907, Untitled 'An
Act to Provide for the Hxcrclso by
Counties of tho Powers of l'inlnent Do
main fnr Certain Public Purposes,' by
Adding a New Station Thereto to Ho
Known as Section 4."
Senate Hill No 68, ns Act 161, en
titled "All Act Providing for tho Con
demnation und Purchase of Certain
Lands, Water Rights nnd Water Ways
In Palolo Vnlley and In Palolo Hill
Tract, In tho City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii.1'
Sinnte Illll No. 120, as Act 162, en
titled "An Act Authorizing and Direct
ing tho Superintendent of Public
Works to Acquire Certain Water
Rights and Lauds In Patina Valley,
City and County of Honolulu."
llouso Joint Resolution No. 8, as
Joint Resolution No 2, authorizing tho
Hoard of Comiulsnloners of Public Ar
chives to deliver lo Honorable Jonah
K. Kalaulanaole a certain chost of sil
verware now stored In tho Archives
At 9i15 P. M.
House Illll No. 191, as Act 16'J, en
titled "Ail Act Relating to Harbors,
Tlielr Management, Control, Improve
ment and Regulation." (
House Hill Nn 268, us Act 161, en
titled "An Act to Authorize Ailvnnco
inent of Moneys for Certain Public Im
provements Out of General Revenues
to Ho Reimbursed Out of Loan Funds"
llouso Hill No 266, us Act 165, en
titled "An Act lo Prevent Deficiencies
In Territorial General Revenues, by
Authorizing an Additional General
Property Tax' Therefor,"
At 10 P. M.
House Hill No 165, as Act 167, en
titled "All Act to Amend Section 115
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, Ro
latliig to Holidays"
At 10i15 P. M.
House Hill No 219, as Act 168, en
titled "All Act to Amend Act 118 of
the Hussion Luvvs of 1907, entitled 'Ait
Act Incorporating the City nnd County
of Honolulu.' "
Most Economical as Well
Efficient Session In Ter
; RFriirviiiiNS .
COMPANY NEW ACTS
Tonight's changes of acts nl tho
theatres of tho Honolulu Amusement
Company, Include mnii new nnd un
usual nets, und each theatre will pre
sent a ntw scries of moving pictures.
The latest stage sensation will be
presented tonight nt Ilio Savoy by
the Anker Sisters, who will glvo a
duelling krone In which tboy will
show their cxpcitness with the foils
Thev bnttilln tbnm with Unusual skill.
This Is one nf tbelr stinngest nets.
They nlso have new songs. Hilda
Carle will sing selections from Illch
nrj Carlo's success opera, tho
"Jumping Jupiter," nnd others from
l.nlu Olaser's musical success. Hy
request she will nlso sing "Keep On
l.nvlng." Tho Savoy has one of tho
Btrongcst of the program changes.
At the I'nik. ileno will glvo a eom
edy Juggling act, In which ho will
balance nn.v thing from a cigarette
paper to n cat tvv heel, ntnl will nlso
bnndlo n ploughshate. This will bo
nn extraordinary light and heavy
weight balancing act. hut all done In
comedy. The I'otir Weldons, a troupe
of contortionists and acrobats, will
glvo nn unusually fine 'act. All tiro
graceful und supple contortionists.
The now films have been well se
Tho now sketch artists, who hall
from Australia, nrc to put on a new
sketch tonight entitled " Tho Cake
Walk Craze." livell has a splendid
singing voice nnd this Is ono of tho
strongest attractions at the Kmplrc.
His rich voice Is drawing crowds to
tho popular plavhousc. He Is also
a flno pianist. Foley and Karle, the
clog dancers, have a foot tnpping
net for tonight and tho rest of the
week, which far surp-isses their pre
vious efforts. The bill Is unusually
strong nnd Is augmented by now
Tho Younger Brothers, tho two
strong men, one of whom Is pro'
nounced liy armv and nnvy surgeons
as physlcaltv perfect, will chaugo to
"The Living Mnrhlo Models," and
will do Greek and "Ionian posing.
This' will show tiff their wonderful
physical proportions to the best ad
vantage. Their strong man net Is
wonderful. Tho Ilusficll Slstors will
havo new Grecian poses with addi
tional electrical effects. Nellie will
appear In n new gloho rolling act
and a Spanish dance. New plctuics.
Tomorrow, night, In front of tho
Independent Theater on Hotel street,
near Nuuanu, will bo exhibited tho
iSM Ford lunubout automobile which
Is tho llrst prlzo In tho voting contest
now being conducted by tho latest
theatrical cnterprlso nhovo named.
Interest growa In this competition
as It gets older. It has been started
but a few days and the momentum al
ready acquired promises great popu
larity. The Independent Is now putting on
u lunger and better proginm and Is
changing its Hints tvvlco a week. Tho
photo plays nro of the best and are
selected with a view to pleasing, In
structing, entertaining and delighting
nil who attend. Thoy are clear, lllck
crless and absorbingly attractive.
Vaudeville and Illustrated songs urn
put on bctvveon tho moving pictures.
Tho theater Is cool, comfortable,
pleasant and situated nn tho "Great
White Way," along which Honolulu's
plenum e-lovlng throne; nightly prom
enades.. Manager Wornor has received nnd
will have, Installed by Mondny next
tho latest and best moving plcturo
machine, known as tho "nnlmata
scope," which gives nn exhibition
without waits bctvveon pictures, whero
one picture dissolves Into another that
succeeds It. A dissolving machine,
for Illustrated songs will soon ho In
stalled, now on tho way.
Hotel Street, Near Nuuanu
NEWEST PHOTO PLAYS
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Monday, Wednesday and Friday
NEW CHANGE TONIGHT
King and Lovell
Comedians from Australia
l.ovcir Singing Voice Is Magnificent
New Sketch t
"THE CAKE-WALK CRAZE"
Foley and Earle
Eccentrio Clog Dancer
In llxtrnordlnnry root-Tapping Act
LATEST PHOTO PLAYS
POPULAR OPEN-AIR THEATER
High-Class Show Low-Price Tickets
Cigarette Paper to Plowshare
Light und Heavy Weight llahinclng
4 Weldons 4
Acrobatic and Contortion Act
Prices 5c, 10c. 15o
Largest Theater In Town
Strong Men as Living Marblo Models
Greek and Roman Posing
Present Grecian Poses with Now
In New Glohe-Uolllng Novelty anil
ALL NHW FILMS
AMATEURS - - - FRIDAY
WHERE THE FILMS ARE CATCHY
Cool, Open-Air Theater
ANOTHEfl FINE PROGRAM
I'Micrt Fencers In New and Novel Act
Latest Sensation - Also New Songs
Will King Selections linui' Rlcharil
Carle's New Opera
Lulu Glaser's Latest Sonfl Hits
ALL NEW FILMS
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WORLD'S GREATEST FIGHT
For the Heavyweight Supremacy of
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NANDIIZ, for a few iilajita, at tho
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Coipinenelns AI'RII, 29, 1011, at 7 30
Admission 50c, 75c, $1
A koIIiI two hoiirH1 Hhnw, HhowliiK
every detail of the IlKht und the train
ing camp; also Introducing velcurltloa
of tho rltiK ami tcenea In and about
Get your tickets early and avoid the
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