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"Waianae road district, $250.
County Clerk, $170.
County Attorney, $400.
Kapiolanl Park, $165.
Fire department, $1832.50.
Koad department, $730.
Garbage department, $105.
Police department, $3262.50.
Electric light department, $360.75.
Police and fire alarm system, $95.
County Treasurer, $125.
Fixed salaries, $1670.
County Auditor, $125.
"Keepers of parks, $100. !
Hawaiian band, $635.
County Engineer, $212.50.
Keepers of parks, $25.23.
County Attorney, $5.
Limited, hereby respectfully petitions
your honorable body to take Immediate
measures to grade and macadamize
Bishop street extension from
King to Merchant, and ln the event
A. N. CAMPBELL, Treasurer.
THE EDMUNDS ACT.
Honolulu, T. H., April 28, 190S. charged with stolen property belonging
Gentlemen: I have to inform you to the United States, more particularly
that the Territorial Government has with receiving postage stamps from
secured and is now the owner of the- Abraham Keaulana which the latter
extension of Bishop street between had stolen from a postofflce on the
Merchant and King streets, and would other side of this island. The indict-most
respectfully request that you, at ment against Man Pio was returned
your earliest opportunity, remove the ln 1905. but the defendant has eluded
a"est ever since then; for a time, it
fences, and open, grade and
amize 'the street to line and grade. " claimed by the Federal officers.
""""B" "lc w' vl wMbc a-
Verv truly yours
Superintendent of Public "Works,
rrhe Honorable the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Oahu, Honolulu.
It was moved and carried that the
county curb the street with the understanding
that it be reimbursed by the
"Waterhouse Trust Co.
, BOUQUET FOR THURSTON.
A letter from Admiral "Very was
Tead highly commending the services
of Fire Chief Thurston and Assistant
Tire Chief Deering, in dealing with the
recent fires in the naval coal piles.
ROUGH ON RATS.
The following communication from
President Cofer of the Board of
Health was read and referred to the
Honolulu, Hawaii, April 24, 1908,
"Let the government help," exclaim
'over there. "W. T. Rawlins is prosecut
HAWAIIAN t.Al'ITl FRIDAY, MAY I, 1908.
(From "Wednesday's Advertiser.) (From "Wednesdays Advertiser.)
The Board of Supervisors met last The Supreme Court yesterday hand-night.
Present Chairman Hus-
ed dec, cas(j o,
tace. Supervisors Dwight Fern, Har-
Assistant Kumazo Matsamura vs. The County of
vey.Cox. Archer, Kealoha;
County Attorney Milverton, Clerks Hawaii, holding that the county is
Xalauokalani, Aea, Buffandeau; "W. L. liable for injury to private property
Frazee, Colonel Sam Johnson, County lying outside of a public highway,
Fire Chief Thurston
b the neglIgence of county
C. S. Holloway, and representatives of , ....,,,
employes in repairing the highway.
The minutes of the last meeting The cause of action arose by reason
having been read and approved, the of the fact that -in repairing a road in
following bills were ordered paid: Hamakua, the county employes turned
BILLS. la stream of water out of "ts course.
"Waiarua road district, $85.69. j it undermined a bank causing a -land-
Koolauloa road district, $28.60. slide which fell on the roof of the plain-
Corn, collect, road tax, Ewa, $210.26. tiffs house, crushing it and nearly
collect, road tax, "Waianae, ing its occupants. Judge Parsons on
$23.52. demurrer held that the county was not
Com. collect, road tax, "Waialua, liable. The plaintiff was represented
by Carl Smith and A- F. Judd. The
Hawaii Supervisors were represented
by the Attorney General.
The opinion of the court is concurred
in by Chief Justice Hartwell and Jus
tice Ballou. Justice "Wilder files a dissenting
opinion. The majority of the
court were undoubtedly largely influenced
by a decision arising out of
somewhat similar circumstances in the
District of Columbia.
The decision is a very important one
and is published in full elsewhere in
bound over by Commissioner Hatch
yesterday morning on a charge of violating
the Edmunds Act. Bail -was
fixed at $500. The woman, who has five
Koolaupoko road district, road tax, children, was allowed to go for the
$1437.25. jday on her own recognizance that she
Coroner's fees, $60. might find some one to go her ball.
Owing to, the fact that old bills have Frank Borges and Laura Schauer
"been coming in from the Park Com- waived examination on a similar
Tnisslon, which the Supervisors do not charge and were held In the same
understand, the park appropriation for bail.
this month was cut out. Toml and Tuki Toka will have a
I BISHOP STREET EXTENSION. Rearing n the same cnarSe today-The
ASKS A NONSUIT.
following communications were
read: In the damage suit of Carolina Vier-
Honolulu, Hawaii, April 28, 1908. ,ra against the "Waialua Agricultural
To the Honorable Board of Company, the defense has asked for a
Honolulu. nonsuit on the ground that the plain-
ors, County of Oahu,
Gentlemen: The undersigned, the tlff has nl snown wherein the
Wfltorhniian Trust Comnanv. """ usc" "clc ucwve. j..
tiff contends that it has shown that
the car on which the decedent twas
riding when he met his death was defective
in this that the brakes did not
stop the car in something like a nun-
foot Tvlion nrnnof hrnlroa tVio
of your deciding to do this, the under-
car should have been stopped wlthm
signed nereoy wee to ur mo - a much shorter distance. The car
of curbing said thoroughfare. ae,f WM brought to the court house
-We urge promptness in this matter. for the examination of the jury.
that it will aid the Delegate ment on the motlon for n0nsuit lasted
at Washington in getting a speedy most of the day
appropriation for the building itself , APPEALS.
Hoping for a favorable action In this
H- T-. Mills has appealed from the
matter, we beg to remain, very truly
decision of Judge Lindsay denying him
a ""L ul "" "ip".
HENRY "WATERHOUSE TRUST
UNCLE SAM'S LONG ARM.
Judge Dole and a jury were engaged
yesterday in the trial of Man Pio
ing and A. D. Larnach is defending.
The case is considered important by
the Federal officers for the moral influence
it will have in teaching the
Koolau community where it happened-that
Uncle Sam has a long arm.
OF THE ISLANDS
H. E. Newton, draughtsman in the
Territorial Survey Department, is
about to begin work on a group map
To S. C. Dwight, Esq., Chairman, Road of these Islands. No map of this kind,
Committee, Board of Supervisors, either by competent authority or
bracing the latest available data, has
Dear Sir: I have to invite your at- b . '
tention to the board sidewalks now in been compiled since one was compiled
use at the places designated below, by the department for the Centennial
and ask your aid In having them re- Exposition in 1S76, nioie than thirty
piacea Dy gravel or cemeni wais. years ago. .T, c . , 0pnilt:
4VtnI nrocnnt rrrfHHnr tllPV JIM
Survcv havc charts for
feet rat harbors, and are not only for
this reason detrimental to the public in navigation, which embrace the lat-
health ln the long run, when such a est knowledge of the Islands, and
disease bubonic plague Is to be
as smajier group ,apg j,ave been maAe
taken into consideration, but they act ,. , . , , .
whlch are of ai"ty; but the present
at the present time as a distinct im-
pediment to our work of ridding the proposal is one for a wall map of rather
town of rats. large size, which shall show the exact
Location of board sidewalks: (relation of each of the islands to all
168-176 Vineyard street -
T. Yano. th th Q hall sh ft , t t
Hop Kee, corner Ll- . . ' , ,.
liha and Vineyard streets. information regarding landings,
Lam Yip, corner
Ttlver and Kukui streets.
Lau Chee, Kukui street, "Walkiki
Y. M. "Wee, 144 Beretanla avenue.
Leong Duck YIng,
corner Kukui and River streets
C. K. AI, Star block,
-corner Kukui and Fort streets.
Alakea street, corner Queen street
All the balance of district bounded
toy Beretanla avenue, River and
streets and city front have cement
sidewalks with this one exception.
Yours very truly,
L. E. COFER,
President, Board of Health.
cons, and other aids to navigation,
plantations, roads and other useful
data. It is designed especially to be
of convenient size and contain
River priate data for uso ic schools,
I The map published for the Centennial
Exposition in 187G is of curious
interest, as showing the increase in information
regarding the Islands since
then, but also for a very surprising
mistake which the publishers made.
The publishers, apparently in grouping
maps of the individual islands so as to
get them all on one map, made the
strange and curious mistake of bringing
Oahu and Kauai too far south, so
that Honolulu was made to appear in
the same latitude as Lahaina. Molokai
cd Hustace; "they're taking enough was nearly as far .north as Kahuku, and
out of the country."
'"Gofer's going to be a big expense
to the county," sadly remarked
The matter was finally referred to
the County Attorney.
Maui and Lanai were due east of diamond
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
If so, apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It has cured others and there is no
King Lady I hope your sick husband son why it should not cure you. One
Is cheerful, Mrs. Briggs. Poor "Woman application relieves the pain. For sale
Oh yes, ma'am. He's one o them by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents
"homeoptimists. Harper's "Weekly. for Hawaiian Islands.
CONDENSED NEWS ITEMS
FROM MAINLAND FILES
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
Chinese butchers in San Francisco
have-adopted Union rules.
The State realty convention has begun
its meeting in Sacramento.
Eighty-six thousand voters have registered
in San Francisco to date.
Health officials report the sanitary
condition of San Francisco's schools to
A new Presbyterian Mission home
$10,000 remains to be raised.
sician of Oakland, is dead,
a veteran of the Civil "War.
The 507 state banks of California
hold $421,000,000 according to the last
report of the Bank Commissioners.
The citizens' health committee of San
Cisco on April 24th.
A woman was recently relieved of
$4000 at the Emeryville race track by
some friends who took her money to
bet on a' "sure thing."
The battleship fleet arrived off
April 14, and received' its first
welcome to the United States since
leaving Hampton Roads.
Thirty-six thousand voters have
fornia Fruit Canners' Association.
Governor Glllett of California has
pardoned Edward Manase and J. W.
Finley, both of whom were sentenced
to be hanged this month at Folsom.
Frank Kublck, a Portland contractor.
bicycle trip to Chile. They will pedal
to Curacoa, Mexico, and take a steamer
from there to the Chilean capital.
The Masons have purchased a $250,-000"
lot on Van Ness avenue, San Francisco,
on which they propose to erect
a temple costing upward of $1,000,000.
Santa Cruz has obtained the. privilege
of entertaining all of Admiral Evans'
fleet after bombarding the officials at
"Washington with letters and tlegrams.
The Merchants' Exchange of Oakland
has launched a campaign to prevent
the Spring Valley "Water Company's
encroachments on that side of the bay.
Lieutenant "Wm. S. Bowen, U. S. A.,
now stationed at the Presidio, is to
be tried for neglect of duty. Social
life is said to have caused his downfall.
Nat Goodwin, the actor, who has
turned mining man temporarily, has
arrived in San Francisco and is enthusiastic
over the prospects at Rawhide.
President Jordan has refused to take
any note of the protest made by the
San Francisco alumni against the suspension
bf the forty-one students last
Governor Glllett of California declares
that a large armada is necessary
In the Pacific to Insure our share
Edna Goodrich, former leading lady
with Nat C. Goodwin, Is to be married
to James M. MacMillan, a Nevada
mining operator who has his home in
The Salvation Army has opened a
home for young women on upper Market
street, San Francisco. The building
will accommodate about fifty working
The French and Italian cars in tne
New York-Paris race have left Seattle
for Japan. The American car, which
was turned back in Alaska will leave
In a few days.
" Miss Carmen Ghlrardelli, daughter of
the chocolate magnate, saved $2000
worth of jewels at a risk of her life
during the burning of the Rounthwalte.
home In Piedmunt
The wife of the mayor of Sacramento.
Cal., gave her husband a public
scolding because he allowed Emma
Goldman1, the anarchist, to address a
meeting In Sacramento.
A Catholic priest at Reno, Nevada,
pleaded with the worklngmen and
up building operations in this town
for the last three months.
The Oakland TranscontinentaliAerial
and Power Company, a wireless concern
which has been selling stock, is
being Investigated by the police as
it Is said to be a rank fake.
The Shriners In connection with the
shows, will give a circus
for the benefit of the Children's Hospital
of San Francisco on April 27.
has been opened in San Francisco for The tents W,H cover ten acres,
A Are in the hotel at San Rafael was
put out by the manager armed with a
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is
to visit Oakland in the near future
and give concerts.
An Italian peddler in Oakland was
The Southern Pacific has laid off 250
men at Sparks, Nevada. No reason
for the act was given.
The Southern Pacific is ordering new
A large meeting of laborers is plan
ned In San Francisco to voice the pro',
test of organized labor against the
recent anti-labor decision of the
"United States Supreme Court.
Captain A, W. Hall, an old-time seaman,
with a bad record, is trying to
interest San Francisco society "women
fined $50 for selling impure sweets and in a scheme to unearth buried treasure
ice cream to children.
on an island ln the South Seas.
The California "Wine Association has
been awarded $250$ on a Commirclal
Union Insurance Policy. This is an
earthquake settlement, the Insurance
ferry boats for San Francisco bay and c0E!pan t,ryln5 t,.avoldv,
Tno llnlcnnr oldtnro nnro rat nation
a fire tugboat for Seattle.
The total fleet celebration in San
Francisco "will cost $67,000, of which
to San Francisco from Salvador, -where
their brothers were in prison for some
time for engaging in filibustering ex-
Dr. Henry T. Legler. the oldest pef tlon aganst the government
Alexander McLean, the hero of Jack
London's "Sea "Wolf," has accepted the.
Job ot transferring dynamite up Alas
kan rivers for construction camp3 of
the Grank Trunk Pacific railroad.
"Weinstock, Lubln & Co., a Califor-
s "William Black and Mary Oleson were I Francisco have inspected nearly 140,000 nIa department store firm, have
premises during the last two months, chased a ten-acre tract of mountain
The Mare Island Navy Yard has land In California, and will send their
been approved by a special examining employees there for their vacations.
board appointed by President Roose- Tne Board of Supervisors are deter-
velt. mined to examine the books of the San
Grandstands seating 25,000 people, Francisco Gas and Electric Light Corn-
will be erected in San Francisco streets Pany, ana will taKe tne matter into
along the line of the street parade of court if the company does not produce.
sailors. Grace Snell Love, daughter of the
San Diego contained upwards of 50.- late millionaire, A. J. Snell, of Chi-
000 people on April 14, thousands caSO, who married and divorced Frank
Ing poured into the town to welcome
Enormous crowds visited the fleet
at San Diego April 16, the vessels being
thrown open to visitors for the
Nixon Coffin three times, is now suing
Hugh M. Lo've for divorce in Los Angeles.
The Home Telephone Company of
San Francisco will be forced to relay
miles of trenches ln the streets, the
6an Francisco will vote upon a pro- original work not being done to the
posed $18,000,000 bond Issue next month, satisfaction of the Board of Public
the money to be used for public im.- "Works.
provements. .1 Robert Dachman broke all
The schooner Orient tried to leave Dile records coming down Mt.
Francisco three times for Eureka ton t0 San Jose with his unconscious
but each time had to put back on ac- on. who fell from the dome of the
count of storms. LIck Observatory and was seriously
J. Dalzell Brown, wrecker of the lnJured.
California Safe Deposit and Trust The refrigerator vessel Glacier,
Corananv. will co nn trial in San Frnn. which came around the Horn with
the fleet, has arrived at San Francisco
to take on a load of supplies for
the fleet which it will meet at Sana
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors
have asked California's representatives
in Congress to aid in securing
the reservoir sites in the Yose-
I i'ic xain. u prupuaeu municipal
istered in San Francisco for the amuei itetKay, a teamster, killed
mary and bond elections, the largest hlmself after trying to shoot David
number in several years. Stegeman, foreman of the Overland
The San Francisco fleet reception Frelght and Transfer stable, because
committee has been compelled to cut ne thouBht the latter had Insulted his
out the use of fireworks owing to the yo""s daughter,
lack of funds subscribed. Tne of Portland captured three
Richard Hall of Dawson, Y. T., has r??berf' kl"!ns one and wounding an-been
acquitted of the charge of steal- f PTt ta",le- Jhtn,rd
ing $40,000 in gold dust from a Yukon fj"" " "T?", ;. A P"
, . , . .lice officer was wounded in the arm
river steamer last
A contractor uncovered a small coal
Joh c t f h B,
mine while for build-
mlne , Nevad ,ost m
ing in the vicinity of O Farrel and
the m, ln
a gambllnff ffame with
Gough streets. San Francisco.
c E- Jo the proprfotor of th
," ?!Paf Meaire?lar SamHng hall. The shares were worth
monthly dividends amounting to $208,- tnlrt Cgnt ,ece
195.20 were distributed by the Call- Aftpr wfliMnf, flft'on VD!lra ,m t
Hill has arranged tpr the entrance of
the Great Northern to Tacoma over
the double tracks of the Northern Pacific.
In return the N. P. gets an en
trance to "Vancouver.
The two children of Mrs. Peter Sena-
was knocked down by thugs in San
were grpund to death by a South-Francisco
and robbed of $7,500 which ern Pacific switch engine In T. An.
he had just drawn from the bank. Igeles before the eyes of their mother.
Two Berkeley boys nave started on a 'she is lying at the point of death on
finally ended a strike which has tied tion Is made for next year.
account of the shock.
Charles "Winters and Charles Denny,
two prominent Yolo County ranchmen,
who were accused of starting grass
fires, were acquitted within five minutes
by the jury who took one ballot.
This is a record case.
After waiting five years for her
to return, Mrs. Thomas H. Kenny
has secured a divorce. Five years
ago her husband kissed her good-bye,
ostensibly to go to work, and sQnce
that time he has never been seen. .
Dr. Halstead A. Stansfleld, a prominent
army physician, committed suicide
at San Francisco. He has been
brooding over the death of his wife
and child, who both died a short time
ago and wlithin a week of one another.
Crooks reaped but a small harvest
at San Diego owing to the vigilance
of the police who were reinforced by
detectives from neighboring towns who
went there to study and get acquainted
with the crooks who have flocked
to the Coast.
The Bernard plans for the University
of California, selected twelve
years ago in a competitive test, will
he considered by the Board of Trus-tees
next month for formal adoption.
The original plans have been somewhat
Four hundred persons from the
steamer Umatilla are detained In
quarantine on Angel Island for fourteen
days because a case of smallpox
was discovered on the steamer
during the run from Puget Sound to
A 70-foot dam at Hauser Lake, near
Helena, Montana, has bnoken and people
are fleeing to the hills. The town
of Craig in Lewis and Clark County
is twenty feet under water. Four
hundred people have been rendered
homeless so far.
Owing to a mistake at the Presidio
the salute fired by the Peruvian cruis
er Almlrant Grau on enterine thn
harbor was not answered for twenty-eight
hours. The cruiser saluted at
the wrong place and It was not heard
at the Presidio.
Some of San Francisco's supervisors
object to raising the salary of City
Engineer Marsden Manson from $3000
to $8000 a year, but a compromise will
probably result in his being given the
latter salary when the new
OF KAPflA VILLAGE
Fred. E. Harvey of the Survey De
partment is just now completing the
surveys of the Kapaa village site
planned by Governor Frear on the
plains near the seashore, on the Kapaa
lands of Kauai. .
In addition to these surveys there
are some more surveys to be made in
the mountains on the lands which" are
included in Governor Frear 's proposal
of exchange with the Makee Sugar
Company. " These surveys relate both
to boundaries and to water rights, and
are necessary in finally determining
what shall be done in regard to water
Other surveys which are to be made
on Kauai at once include the location
"bf a number of school sites on that
island for the Board of Education. One
of these is a school site in the district
of Kilauea, and the other is a school
site near Eleele.
Another survey which is to be made
shortly is to determine the boundary
"Why will people continue to suffel
the agonies of kidney complaint, back
ache, urinary disorders. lameness,
headaches, languor, why allow them
selves to become chronic invalids,
when a certain cure is offered them?
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills is the
remedy to use. because it gives to the
kidneys the help they need to perform
If you have any, even one, ot the
symptoms of kidney diseases, curs
yourself now, before diabetes, dropsy
or Brlght'a disease sets In. Read this
"Wi F. "Williams of Honolulu is a
lighthouse keeper, and he has held
this position for the last 30 years. He
says: "I was for a number of years
one of that numerous army of people
who suffer with their backs. Mine
ached and pained me to no small ex
tent, so that I was glad when I heard
of a remedy for It, Doan's Backache
Kidney Pills. I obtained some of these
at the Hollister Drug Co.'s store, and
took them. They gave me great relief,
and I make this short narration of
my experience for the benefit of others
who perhaps do not know that nearly
all backache arises from the kidneys,
and the best medicine for it is Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills."
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are
sold by all druggists and storekeepers
at 50 cents per box (six boxes $2.50), or
will be mailed on receipt of price by
the Hollister Drug Co., Honolulu,
wholesale agents for the Islands.
It will be necesEary to use pontoons
to get the steamer Mariposa off the
marine ways in Oakland harbor where
she stuck several days ago while being
launched. Meanwhile the passengers
who were to ha'e sailed four days
ago are awaiting her departure.
The police discredit the story of
Frank Kubick of Portland, who claimed
he was robbed of $7500 in San
Francisco. They think the robbery
was arranged that Kubick might not
have to pay his wife the alimony
which the court recently awarded her.
Two women in Oakland, who discovered
a burglar under their bed got out
of bed and attacked him, but the burglar
got away before help could be
summoned, but only after a terrific
fight with Miss Sadey Ramey, a trained
nurse, who fought with him clear
into the back yard.
John Dalzell Robertson, assistant
secretary of the defunct California
Safe Deposit and Trust Company, has
returned to San Francisco from New
York and given himself up to the authorities.
It is understood that ho
will aid the prosecution In probing Into
the affairs of the bank.
Professor Clark of Stanford Univer
sity, the man who headed the commit
tee which caused all the recent trouble
at Stanford, and the man who made
Mayfield a dry town, had his candidate
for Mayor defeated, and it Is more
than likely' that the town will open up
again as it did in old student days.
Mrs. U. Z. de Arman, wife of the
well known Santa Anita horseman,
who recently shot and killed Mrs.
Helen Griffin at Monrovia near Los
Angeles on account of her actions with
her husband, was released from jail.
The judge announced that it was a
perfectly justifiable case of homicide.
Charles Godard, driver of the French
car which was disqualified in the New
York-Paris automobile race, sold his
car in San Francisco and was returning
home when he was arrested by
U. S. Customs officers who had allowed
the car free entry only providing
that It was going through the United
An elephant belonging to the Sells-Floto
shows ran amuck at Riverside
April 16, ran through the court ot the
Glenwood Hotel, a fashionable resort,
killed Misa Ella Glbbs, a guest,
trampled others and was only captured
after a desperate fight An explosion
of oil- at the Standard Oil "Works near
the show caused the elephants to break
Sarah L. "Winchester, heiress to the
wealth of the "Winchester Arms Company,
who has never dared leave her
beautiful mansion near San Jose for
years because of her spiritualistic ten
dencies which led her to believe a
medium's tale that she would only live
so long as she kept in her home, has
at last decided to brave the spirits and
her house is to be sold. The place Is
one of the largest and handsomest m
MgMfeW i raLyj iilfiliiWIiliitiliiiftll: PHMHBVV
between the lands of McBryde and debate, and in the end the clouds
oetween these two
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Do Not Endanger Ufo When a Hono.
lulu Citizen Shows You
Whew, but it was warm for awhile!
The supervisors had mooned along
over reports, bills, and communications
so peacefully that it seemed as if the
germ of the sleeping sickness bad got
its deadly work in on the crowd.
Then a communication was read and
the fireworks immediately ensued.
Talk about a circus. Nothing like it
has been seen since Charlie Achi defended
"Mormon" George in the celebrated
Hustace and Archer did the big
stunt. They roared and gibed at each
other. The countenance of the chairman
turned to tallow, and the Super-
visor from Ewa and V "Waianae shed
And it was all over a very little
matter; just a question ofa contribution
to a good cause. Eustace said
that the Board wasn't electetfvto administer
charity. Archer drew invidious
comparisons. Dwight and Harvey
strove to quell the troubled waters of
Koloa plantations growing out of the cleared and the sun of fellowship broke
out, but Hustace made a notch in his
Thus the trouble arose:
A communication was read from
Miss C. Libbie McAbee, asking for
financial help for the Salvation Army's
industrial home for women and children,
which was stated to be sadly in
need of assistance.
Hustace said that Judge Dole had
spoken to him about the matter, and
that ho had told him that it was impossible
for the Board to render tho
Archer wanted to discuss the matter,
and remarked that the chair should
not have committed himself to Judge
Dole without having first' conferred
with the Board.
""We're.here for business and not to
waste time," said Hustace.
"Don't you interrupt me," exclaimed
Archer; "you're not the whole
Archer then spoke excitedly in Hawaiian,
accompanying his words with
"Talk English, please," ordered
Hustace; "that's the language of theso
"You know I ain't speak English
very good," said Archer, "but if
you'll let me talk in Hawaiian I'll talk
you to death."
"You can speak English well enough
when you want to," retorted the now
irate chair, his voice trembling.
"Very wtell, I'll talk English." exclaimed
Archer. "You go and givo
$125 a month to tho Leahi Home to
help people that are sure going to die.
You give lots of money to the road department,
so as to make the grass, to
grow, and the flowers to bloom and be
picked by nice little children, but yon
won't give a little money to help some
poor children who have nothing."
He wound up with some words in native,
which ended in "hilahila oe,"
and which he said was his manao, ami
wiped his eyes with his handkerchief.
"You're getting excited," quoth
Hustace, with wonderful discernment.
"You really shouldn't get excited."
"If I'm excited, I'm excited," exclaimed
"You misunderstood me," said Hustace,
soothingly; "you really did."
"Misunderstood nothing' snapped
furious Frank. "You ought to havo
laid the matter before the Eoard."
"Ain't that what I'm doing?" roar
cd Hustace. ""We've got no money for
charity, and are sailing very closo to
""We've got enough money to buy
clothes for poor children," said
Hustace tried the suaviter in modo.
"I've got my eye on some fire alarm
boxes that are badly needed," said he.
"I'll gamble that you never thought
of fire alarm boxes," ho concluded with
the air of one who has played his
""Wo ought to call a halt to this
giving business," said "Dwight. ""Wo
are here to do the business of tho people
and to administer charity."
"It's a shame," said Archer,
"We pay money for people who
are going to die. "We pay for music
for to be happy, and give money for
flowers to bloom, and we haven't a cent
for the poor children who are going to
be good ladie3 some day and also good
men. "Why, one of tho poor children
may be a school teacher some day and
another may be a supervisqr; think o
that. "We" can give a little and don't
need to give a big lot."
. Archer moved that the chair see the
lady of the communication and report
to the Board.
"It's a matter for the way3 and
means committee," exclaimed Hustace.
"I've made a motion," said Archer.
"Motion's out of order," said Hustace,
testily. "The matter goes to tho
ways and means committee."
And that's where it's gone.
Chief Justice Hartwell has appointed"
A. G. M. Robertson, Judge Lyte A-.
Dickey, and Robbins Anderson, a com?.,
mittee of the court to examine appir
cants for admission to the bar.