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EVENINQ DUULETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1011.
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v , ' AN ACT
TO Ami:m' Suction (i or A err 'M of tiik Skmsio.v Laws or
111011, HKt.ATI.0 TO C'ONKIIKVATION AMI) ImMIIIHATION
Be it Enacted by thq Legislature of the Territory of Hatvaii:
'Suction 1. Tlmt Section (5 of Art .13 of tin- Session T.uws
of 100!) Ihj nnd tlio sumo U linTehy niuoutled m iw to rend ns
"Section 0. Tliin Act sluill lie in effect from tlio ilnte of itn
approval nnd relate retrospectively to give full effect to tlic pro
visions herein contained witk repoct to taxes for tlio firnt tax
ation period hereunder; and slinll eontinne in force to and until
tlio !Hst day of IJeeelnlHT, HUH; p'rovided. that nil taxes as
sessed under the provisions of this Act which shall remain un
paid, nt tlio end of said period shall 1k subject to collection and
enforcement in the same manner ns though all the provisions of
this Act were still in forco with respect thereto."
Skction 2. ' This Act shall tako effect upon its npprqv.nl.
'Approved this 20th .day of April, A. D. lt)J 1. ,"
, , ' WA1.TKR F. m-lAl,
' Governor of tho Territory of Huwaii.
ACT 148. '
6 Facimtatb thi: IMAftKnTiNo oi" Fkuits anii Vtoi;TAiii.i:s
(jrow.v i.v Tin: Tkuuitoky or Hawaii.
ti ' i
Be it Enacted byjhc Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
SkqtIon 1. , There shall lie appointed by' tho Governor, to
bo paid a fair salary mid iis reasonable expenses out of tho
funds of tlio Board of Immigration, received under tlio pro
visions of Act X) of tho taws of 11)011, an oflicer of tho Terri
tory, to bo known as ".Market Superintendent."
Suction 2. The duties of tlio said "Market Superintendent';
sllnll Ix) to eneourago and promote the' profitable sale and ex
change of the produce geiicmlly of the 'Territory, but. mora
espwially fruits and vegetables, in every practicable way, and
' t a
(1) Visiting orchards- nnd gardens throughout the Terri
tory, and consulting with anil itdvising tho owndr.s or occupants
... ' "
(2) Ascertaining tho condition of tho western mainland
mnrkdt for Hawaiian produce with llio view, particularly, of
cr.jiibljsliing satisfiietory relatijins between producers within ilio
Territory of Hawaii and oominipsion houses, clubs and hotels'
on tho western mainland of tho United, States,;
!,.(!) IinWigating nnd reporting upon tho produco business
and,, moro especially, trans)ortation of produce between ports
of tho Territory of Hnwnii.
Skction 3. Tho text or Hunininry of tho reports or findings
ofUio ".Market. Superintendent" shall bo published from timo
to timo nt tho expense- of tho said Board of Immigration, with
tho npprovnl of tho Governor.
Skction -1. This Act shall take effect und be in forco from
the dnto of its approval. v
Approved this 20th day of April, A. D,'ii)'l1.
WALTER F. FREAK,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
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''' ACT 149.
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, ", . AN ACT
To'FitEKCKiin; tiik Tknuiii: or OitIci: and Manni:k of Eli.g
tion or tiiu Sui'iaivihoit.s or thi. County ok l.vu
Bc.it Enacled.by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
' ' ' .
Section 1. Tho Board of Supervisors of tho County of Maui
shall consist of five mr-mltcnt, iUl of whom shall bo elected at
lnrgo from among those who luivo been qualified electors of
said. county for at Joast one year prior to their election. At
tho, next County .election, font- of such oltjecrs shall Ihj elected
as members only whilo tho fifth shall 1ms elected as Chairman
nnd Executive Officer of said Board, and all shall hold oflico for
a term of two years. All such elections shall be conducted in
the manner now prescrilied by law for the election of county
officers, except as otherwise provided by this Act.
Section 2. Tho Board of Supervisors of tho County of
Maui, as so constituted, shall poesa till the powers, perform
all tho duties, and 1k subject to all tho obligations now or here
after required by lnw of tho liounl of Supervisors of any county ;
provided, however, that 'tho member elected as aforesaid, an
Chairman nnd. Executive Ollicor of Bnid Board, shall preside at
all niceiings, and shall' exercise and linvo general superintend
ence and control over nil county affairs, and shall uianago tho
saino subject to thu advico and direction of said Board.
' Section 3. Tho Cliniriiinn and Executive Ollicor of tho
Board of Supervisors of tho County of Muni shall receive a
salary of Twenty-four Hundred ($2,100.00) Hollars a year,
payable- monthly, and shall have- and maintain uu oflico at tho
county seat of said county. Tho other memlicra of said Board
of 'Silpervibors shall receive tho same salary as now provided
by law. t
Section 4. Any vacancy in oflico as a ihoIiiIkt of said Board
of Supervisors shall bo filled for tho unexpiled term so caused,
in the manner now or hereafter provided by law.
Section 5. All laws and parts of hius, in so fur as they
arc- inconsistent herewith, are hereby repealed.
'SiimoN 11. This Act shall take effect upoi its approval.
Approved,.jhis 2tlli day of April, A. I). Mill. '
, WALTER F. FUEAIt.
of tlio Territory of llawaii.
Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday
Siinllon,il Comedy liy tlio New
Pastor and Merle
Rollicking Athletic Comedy and
Smollett Actress of the Stage
Foley and Earle
Cluunjilon Foot-Tiippcrs. In Straight
Uncle nml Winn; Dancing
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CoinineneliiK nt 7:30 p m.
Admission 1... 50c, 73c, $1
A koIIiI two hniim" Bliow, tthowltiB
every detail of tlio IIrIiI und tho train
ing camps; nli Introdudiifc celehrltloa
of tlio rlns and nucncs In and about
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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
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Honolulu lini Rpcllt tlio Inst few
ditya of lust week irrcocriii(? from
tlio 8(romioii8 iliiya lit'llio cloning kcS
hIoiib of tlio IiCglslnturo when luany
Importnut laWH bearing illreUly nn
liiinlncHS matters wcro finally passed
Tlio law placing tlio authority of
taxation with the County ulllclals was
passed with, no limit placed on tho
rata of taxation. This means Unit tlio
taxpaycru will linvc to deal directly
wllll tlio Supervisors to keep taxes
down anil hold tho officials to strict
accounting for tlio proper expendi
tures of public money.
An appropriation of moneys from
loan funds amounting to inoro than
throe millions of dollars was passed,
the expenditures In tlio Counties und
er this appropriation being lnsile und
er tlio direction df a special commis
sion Independent of tlio County gov
Senator I'alrchlld's land resolution
parsed after a bitter flglit nnd the sub
ject of putting osldo le eloped lands
for tlio endowtlient of education will
bo carried to Washington, whero It
will bo presented personally by Mr
Palrelilld, and whero It will also bo
bitterly opposed by local Interests
that belle vo tho proposal Interferes
with tho plan for homcsteadlng
An Immigration law has been
passed that fclv&i tho Immigration
Commission a wider splioro of useful
ness In promoting tho establishment
of I'tironean homesteaders nerinnnpni.
ly cm tho Innds of tlio Territory It'
Is presumed that Dr. Victor Chirk will
be appoltned Superintendent of Infnil
grallon under tills new law, nnd ar
rangements tnncto for tho regular
transportation of Europeans lo the
Islands In stcAmoH' cnrrylng Height
as ,wcll ns passongefs.
Tho oulce of Commissioner of Pub
lic J.andn has been separated from
tho onice of Public Works nnd the
Stmcyiir hns alHo'bcon martn nn 'in
dependent omelal, Ihd return lo the
fonnftr nrrnngcniprit being made on
July 1, tqu,
In this sumotcqnriectJan nno,of tlio
Important dcparturai was to place tho
management of 1 the harbors nnd.
wharves under the direction of a
Hoard or Harbor Commissioners. This
eliminates tho arbitrary authority of
tho 8upoHnlen(lqnt,nf ublje, Dorics.
Ilqccnt Information Is that tho Sup
erintendent or rubllc Works Is to
travel through tlio ttei looking into
tlio Intest Ideas lo holn him In thn
work of bin ilepnrlmcnt for tho com- j
ink iww years, nerc in is limnriit
strongly In cvldcnco the Olfferenco
between tho methods of llin mntninn.i
and tho private concerns ami the gov
ernment or Hawaii. The formor lis
tuilly employs an ofllclql who. Is .com
petent to load and has done the study
ing that puts him In a position to
Immediately- forward tho work In
hand. Hero, u man Is nut in .ini
nnd then educated nt thn public ex
pense. It In a curious fact hat tho
Peonlo tlf Hawaii Ifldn Wnmn da .
customed to reckleas nml foolish ex-.
penillturo of money by tho central
government, ns witness in point thn
exhibition of tho Nuuanu dnm, thai
they accept It as tho rccular thine.
but hiivn p terrlhlo time when buiil-
tlnuo lu lhBi t ll,.. S1- .a -.MA MM
...j., ,r. i,,,iiu 111 iuu luiiiiucH airor 1110
h.iiiio Btylo. It In to bo hoped thill tho
habit of being watchful oor tho
Counties will soon extend IlKolf in
tho Territory, nnd result In placing
men In oflleo who are of the highest
standard of efllclency. (
It would 1)01,1110 best possible tmsl-
iiess for tho InxiujorH or tho Terri
tory lr tho snmq lndgmnnt wot-o used
In tho selection ot Territorial oIllcnrH
that was shown In naming the San
itary Cnmmlshtnn Hero nro men
picked from tho business and Pro
fessional walks of lire who have no
need to go abroad nt public oxpenso
lo study up on what la tho most Im
portant work that tho Torrltory has
before It tho coming two years. Tlioro
Is business mnnugement, sclcntlrio
ability, legal knowledge, nml the two
engineer monibcra nro equipped with
professional training and experience.
One vory excellent nftermnth of tho
JCglslaturo Is that there, uro enough
Important measures paswd to creato
quito a difference of opinion ns to
the most Important.
Tho last business day of tho month
was signalized by a drop In the price
of sugar that was unexpected al
though accompanied by (lie usual
forerunner of a drop In beets. Sat
urday the price of centrifugals drop
ped rrom 3 93 to 3 8G and beola fell to
10s BHcl. This drop wns not foro-
tdiuilowod by the prophesies or thn
sugar circulars, tlmt showed a firm
prlco for May futures The latost cir
cular bear the date of April 13. The
I'Vdeinl Hopinii'i', which on this oc
casion tallies with the forecast of
Never & Callaghaii of IJlcj sanio date,
New York Apill 13. Hill
RAW SUGAR. Prleoi nlo unchang
ed, but I ho unilcitono has steadily
lltllil'oled. Limited cales were ma
on Wcilncoilny, at 2',4c cost and'
freight for Culias, lusU DC". April
shipment, tho equivalent of XSGc duly
paid, the prevailing spot quotation.
Today scllera nro llrin, on the buds
of 2 9-lCc cost nml freight for April
or caily May shipment, and for sec
ond half Ma) shipment nothing Is obtainable-
under 2Cc cost and freight
Speculators arc snld to have paid
2 9-IGc today, tho equivalent of 3.92c
duty paid, for .1 small lot or May ship
ment. Hcflners hao bought very 111.
tlo sugar for May shipment, mid ho
roic long will have to begin making
purchases, ami ns wo are psst tho
timo to look for pressure to sell on
the pari or the Cubans, It would ap
pear that It will not be long beroro
2r coil nnd freight, or 3.9Sc duty
paid, for sugars to bo shlpiieil In May
Is lonllzcd. Tlio closing is ery firm,
with tho tendency In favor of sellorH.
nod tho siKit quotation on basis of
3.80c duty p.ild for Oil" Ccntrlfugald.
3 3Kc duty paid for r.9" Mufcovudoes,
and 3.11c duty paid for 89' Molassen
sugars Tho world's visible stock Is
3.1IH1.000 tons; ns compared with 2,
flOO.OflO ions In 1010. Messrs. Willctt
& Cray figures the total stocks and
nfloata together as showing a visible
supply of 3.S3IS nlo tons, an Incrcaso
of 3O2.9H0 tons from a year ago.
Stocks In the United States nnd Cuh.i
together, .'02,310 tons, a decrease of
193,010 tons from Inst jenr. Intimated
allK.its to the United Stales, 113.000
tons, against 101,000 tons n oar ago.
CUBA. The most lmHirtant move
of tho week has been our last night'
cubic, advising that the number of
t'enlrals had been 1 educed to 133. iih
compared with 138 last scar, and 137
the pieUous ear on April 11th, show
ing that tho crop Is drawing to n closo
more rapidly than was the caso last
jcar or tho year before, and, with thu
lato start, this apparently confirms
the .provlotis crop stlmntcs. I'roiu
now on until tho middle of Mny wo
!an look for tho mills lo bo closing
ijown steadily. Planters are not of
feilug sugar, ami tho 'market in tho
Islnnd Is very firm,
EUROPE. Uclit wires us that tho
weather Is fnorable lor field work,
ThQ hiarket uhrriad stnys very firm,
today's closlufc bclnp firm, as fol
. April buors, 10s JiVid, equals 1.23c
duty paid Now York.
Mny buyers, 10s !)'fcl, equals l.?Cc
duty paid New York.
August bujers, 10b 10-?',dr equals
4.32c duty paid New York.
flotnlier-Uoccinlicr hfiycrs, 9s lOVJd,
equals l.07r duty paid Now York.
Tho stock market Iuib heen very
firm nnd qUlto active. Mcllrydo fur
nished a sensation when between two
and three thousand shares' sold nt
prices varying from 0 and 7. Tho
expectation was that this would cause
a sharp advunco probably to 7.50 or 8.
Hut this was not realised, though all
the stock afloat In tlio market was
cleaned up. Tlio stock Is stronS nt
the prevailing figures; as tlio reports
trom tho plantation nro that tho crop
bids fair to run it thousand tons over
The monthly revlow of tho slock
sales sheet shown that Mcllrydo led
the list for tho number of shares
changing hands, amounting to 4,935,
O.ihu was nuxt with 1.KC2, and thn
month closed with quite a little flurry
In Oaliu at 30. Wnlnlua has also been
muuh to tho front, 913 shares selling
through the month at prices ranging
from 105 to 112.50, nt which prlco 150
shares sold on Monday. Hawaiian
Commercial, sold at 39.50 In hiuiiII
quantities, It having Hold nt 40 a few
days ago; tho record tnv the month
was 900 shares at rrom 3S.25 to 40
Kwn recorded 859 shares varying rrom
30 ip 31.50. Ilouokna varying from
10.50 to II 75 had 100 shares change
bauds. Knhuku's 700 shares sold
practically In one block nt 1BT4 l'a
auhau's 300 shares varied from 20
to 'M. Other than sugar stocks Mu
tual Telephone was credited with the
largest dealing, though tlio 707 shares
were nearly all handled In one or
two transactions. 255 shares of
Ilrowery went nil tho way from 20 to
K M. Swunzy and C. llcdemunn ar
rived homo this week froin tho Orient.
Mr. Swatizy lias mndo 11 world tour
and met Mr llcdomunii in Formosa
and tho Philippines. They report that
Japan Is not disposed to Increase tho
production of sugar in Formosa. No
moro orders tor sugar mills nro ex
pected rrom that section. The Mln
doro sugar enterprise ror which tho
Honolulu Iron works hus built mills,
Is making good pi ogress. Mr Swan
zy also nude quite n thorough Inves
tigation or tho famous Calamhn es
tate. Doth Mr. Swunzy and Mr Hi
demann seem to think thut tho Phil
ippines has quite 11 future as u sugar
Among the last tilings dour, by the
Legislating was to repot t favorably
ou tho Filipino Immigration. lUut has
been the sourco of so much udverso
A F Wall tins been offered thn di
rectorship oMhe Kloral I'urnde next
year i:erynnc hopes tlmt the town
will be In such shape Hint the danger
of mining tourist trade with quaran
tine, will bo reinocd.
II V Wood of tlio Promotion Com-mltlt-o
has been named on tho I'nnu-ma-IMclflc
and ho will bo tho ncthc factor In
liromotllig cooperation between tho
Imposition promoters and the Islands.
There was n Jolly time rm the hun
dreds who went In co and listen to
"The ,Ioll Students" at tlio McKln
ley High School Inst I-'rld.ij cciilng
when the third minstrel show, by thai
student body, wns given.
K C. Abies had general charge of
the stage whllo tho music wns looked
arter by V. N. Kolsom, and II. II
flalros, who had hold r the business
end of tho affair reports that It was
a success from Mart In finish.
The minstrel show was a succesi
and clearly brought nut tho fact thai
Micro Is considerable talent that
needs hut little iIccloplng tn rank
with Charlie Held, Hen Cotton au.l
The opcnlirg musical numbcrti In
cluded, "Captain Wllllo Drown."
"Conic Along, My Miuidy," "Alma."
"Neotlo Uy My Side," "Come, Joseph
ine, In My Flying Machine," "Sugar
Moon," "Winter," "Fussy Itag."
A quartet sang "Nightingale," "As
Deep as tho Deep Hluo Sea." "Phre
nologist Coon." "That Minor Strain."
while 11 double quaitct sang 11 number
of excellent choruses.
Following tho rhow dancing was In
dulged in until nearly midnight
A letter from n trained norne, MIms
Isabt-lle M1 1'itttcr rif I'orllaml. Ore
gon, coinicucs to the following:
'i luivo enro of it pntlent vbo Is tak
ing yoir Diabetes Coihpodnd. It tia'i
been my pleasure to have jnvernl of
these case. " 1 say plcasuro becnime It
Is minted ns Incurable, but I cannot
see It that vny This patient 'Was In
a, Very despondent pipod, staying In
bed must of the time. Today bf was
nut walking iecrnl limes, wnlklng
nearly three miles. I nhi not nn mho
rate of drug, ns a rule, but when n
patient thinks he needs one thing or
nnotper I never oppose. My patient Is
Improving fust Ills sight wns fall
lint, but already shows decided Im
Tho plain fact Is that Diabetes, al
though supposed to be Incurable, Is
now being cured every day In peoplo
or middle age ami over. Wo marvel
that phyKlcians nnd hospitals can bo
content to sec patients- slowly suc
cumb under codeine, nrsennuro, etc.,
when miiliy of them can recover by
tho simple use of a mild Infusion un
der which speclllc gravity and HiiKiir
begin tn decline In most cases within
Tin m Is 1111 uncertainty ns to the
nwults fcJr the smear can be Weighed
and tho rpeclllc gravity recorded nful
tlui results noleil from day to day
Fulton's niiibftlc Compound Is harm
less nml delicate persons tnko It with
out Injury It coptalns no sedatives
It can tin had In our city of tho
Honolulu Drug Co
For literature write John J Fulton
Cot 015 Hnttery St, 8.111 Francisco
Py your debts.
Grin and bear it.
Hold your temper.
Learn to take Joke.
Patronlio home industry.
Read something every day.
Don't parade Vour trou
bles. Give the other fellow a
1?6 S, KlrlG 8TP.EET
You Hk tS1
All run elbwn, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know what
to take? Then go direct lo
your doctor. Ask his opinion
df Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation.
and is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, an aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Aycr's non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong tonic for
Cn rirtd b Dr. I. C A,tr k C. t.lt. Mm., U. S. K
To Subscribers Mutual Telephone Co,
Ileglmilng Mny 1, 1011, a switching
charge of 10 cents per switch will be
made for every messogo completed be
tween tho Mnln Jlxcbnnge In Honolulu
nnd nil telephones connected with tho
Wnlpabu Ilrnnch Kxchnngc, such charge
to tie collectable from tho subscrlhcr
from whose tilephouo the cult Is made.
atimtAij ti:i.i:i'Honi: co . i.ti
Ily J. It OAt.T, Treasurer.
4M3 Apr 15-S0 Inc
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice Is hereby given tlmt n new
Directory of Subscribers of the Mutual
Telephone Co , Ltd , Is now being com
piled nnd will shortly he published.
All Intending subscribers, slid all
subscribers desiring any chance of
nntnc or address, arc earnestly request
ed to leave Instructions In writing nt
the otlleo of the company on Adorns
lane, not later than APniL. SO. 1911.
nfter which date positively no changes
will be undo for tho new Directory.
MUTl'AI. TrXKPIIONK CO, LTD.
Honolulu", AprlriB, 1011.
4J01 Apr. 15-30 Inc.
KAIMUKI MEAT DELIVERY
We will stort n dally delivery, to
Knlmukl district next Monday, May 1,
1911. anil request our patrons to send
In their orders before 9 a m
Orders will bo given very cmcful at
C Q YHI1 HOP & CO.
ornui: or Tiin hoard of
Honolulu, Hawaii, April St, 1911.
ti:nii:rh for furnishiNc! and
kqcii'mknt. kapioi.ani uiri.s'
iiomh, kami 1 1, honolulu.
Sealed tenders. In duplicate, en
dorsed "Tenders for Furnishing and
Hqulpment, KaplolnnlOlrls' Hume, K11
llbl, Honolulu," for furnishing nnd
equipping the Knplolanl flirts Itnme,
at Kullhl, Honolulu, will be received at
tho oltlce of the Hoard or Health until
13 nlock noon, Monday, May 8, 1911.
Specifications und n list of articles
required, nnd other Information, may
be hnil upon application nt tho ofllce
of tho Hoard of Health.
Tenders must bo accompanied by B
certified check equal In amount to I
of the tender
All bids must bo made on terms
furnished by tho Hoard of Health and
must bo submitted In accordance with,
and bo subject to, the provisions and
requirements of Act 62, 1esslon 1jiw
The Hoard of Health does .not bind
Itseir to accept the lowest or nny bid
Till! UOARD OF HKA1.T1I.
ny Its President.
I! A. MOTT-SMITH.
1910Apr 2t, 33, 36. 27, 28, 29; May 1,
A special meeting of the Mntio.i Im
prpvement Club will be held nt tho
residence of Judge II K. ("ooe (Puu.
pueo). Mil una Valley, Monday, May 1.
1911, nt 7:30 p. in As business of
great Importuned will come before this
meeting, It Is requested that nil resi
dents and property owners be present.
b. dii rnnnsT..
1 I r n
PLANNING TO LE.U'tt TUB CITY,
OWNIIR WILL HELL CHKAP AND
ON I3A8V TERMS A PRETTT HOME
ON MATLOt'lC AVENUE.
FURNISHED 3300 '
For particulars see
Island, Investment Co.,
clmnso; Hooiu 103, HtanRfnahl luilltl-
lei. trnUnl.nUhi 1 9 J f l.lul K(. k.i.w
llt . siiv'l Wll looi i uetiiiiuo (ujt.a
rO0 Cnlilo nilJr'a. "BtillUoir"
, - ... , t i ii t j
luter-lHtnnd nml O. It. ft U shipping
books ror sale at ths I) allot lo
otllce, SOo each.
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