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BVKNINd nUU.BMN, HONOLULU, T. II, TIU'KSIUY. APRIL 18, 11)07.
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APRIL IS V107
PRIMARY LAW DEFE&T.
Tin pintllvlng fi'iture iliout tlio
light on I lie pilinu) law In the deal
tut leruiil which the enemies h i
'been forced to iniiKo.
Itnpubliinnii, v. Illi a deep regard
for party-pledges mid appreciation of
what Inns will bent eii honest gov
ernment, made a staunch stand which
forced ever) enemy Into the open.
The men ko short-sighted us to
think that thci aie ciiri)lng fnvoi
Willi tile Iluunllan-Aniei lean voteis
by opposing the primal) l.iw will
lime time lo change their views be
fore nnother election. It Is true tint
not nil the Miters thnioughly under
stand the purixise of tlio law. and
liuve been misled by piejudlccd poll-Mi-hum
Hut they II wuko up And iib the
voter nhvajs Iiuh tlio Inst h.i, the
man who inn t keep u political piom
ire will disc out that honesty is the
Prlmuiy law don't slay down nil)
more Ihun Count) goiornnuMit lawn
can suffer ptirin.inent defeat, Ilia
politician wlio tlilnUn iitheivvlso U
duo foi furUiur edui t on.
FINANCES IN NEW YORK.
Hid news ttniels mine rapidly than
Rood Ilfneo it mil) bo (lint tlio ef
fect of tlio reieut slump In thu New
orl. market linn bun put berorn the
people In Hi mint discomforting
light No doubt exists that the rail
load men and tlio magnate's are do
ing their but to Impii'ss tlio people
with the elungei of furtlicr iigltntion
against them And perhaps the o
tame gentlemen are using their finan
cial cuergleb lo tighten up the mem
Let the pm poses of the men on tho
Inside bo wlmt tlie mm It Ii still
gi.itlf)lng to senile an unpiojudlced
toilovv of the situation fiom an nil
thnrlt) explaining just what Is hap
puiing In the financial markets
This Is obtained in tlio latest eliru-
lai of Hnni) Clews, which Intcrpiets
thn Huri), In which tho lieav) weights
look pait, nsu rliilfylDE ptntess Tlio
ilieulai deals with tho inatleAaH fol
lows. "Tlio siluatlon has been icitnlnly
Impimcd by tlio icicnt uplieaul, foi
'tho financial ntmosplieie has lieen
Initially claimed and wo aio now in
no ilnngor of a sovoro panic, ns
thioatoiied a fow wok ago Wo ean
henceforward snfelj look foi nt least
laitlal idler in tho mouoy market
Secretin) Cortelous polio) is now
definite!) known to be that of conn
tcrnctlug In tho full limits of Ills
( powei the nbsoiptlou of funds b) tlio
Tie.Hiiry Ihls Is entoui aging, and
his action In legnid to the (io em
inent iloposlls and his Inlinllons in
legniel lo tlio puicliitsc of Ik have
none mm Ii towutds a lestoiutlon of
(onflileiHO in lliianri.il tildes Tlio
unnatiunl relntlons between the nov
el nment .ml tho money market am a
natter of common knowledge, nnd bo
long' iib theso'oxlat there irfhiii'tiniircci
eft lntt that of cmintufactlug ba I
IfiuljncIi'H ns fin ns .possible, oven by
artificial methods vvlilali aio not un
til eh free from objection. Another
name of relief to tile ttlonov market
'lonlil b the recent drallc llqulclii
Hon llorrowliijH mi nn enormous
web In great speculators will no
a i hi temporarily niise while in
nmt sliouhl Konp hcrln to nimn
I urn the Interior Alter tin middle
nl pi II If not roouer we inn r
put lining bank nvemges und a ecs
ntlon of the extreme rates foi mime)
which have been cepe ilc need during
the last sir months This does not
men n that very lo I rates aie In pros
pm on the eontrnn. fairly firm
into must lie nntli Ipaled foi some
tlmi to Millie
' We are evidently hi for a period
Of mine moderation, nnd tho country
mav consider Itself foi Innate Indeed
that the trash whlrli oeriiried lias
not been wors,p In nil piobabllll).
there will be some slnekenlnj; In
Hade Thoro will be lessened de
mand for luxuries, for Jew city, for
automobiles and for high-priced com
modities And (hero will aim be n
IHistKinemont of new piojecls which
iilllnutel) will diminish the demand
for labia and raw mntirhls until
these eome down lo a lowei leiel, oi
i tit II the eoiintn hns nirumul.ited n
fresh suppli of uipltnl and had time
to i, dim i fiom the Htnggeilng effeet
it the Tireh eol lapse which will
pioie a immornblc one In the hlstoiy
ol niertean finance.
'A good ileal of et.iggeialli.in i -bts
s to the effei I of Air. Hooseielt'H
nttlHide Inwards tlio i.illroads If all
the Until wore known, it is llkel)
that he Is not hnlf so radical ns some
of bis emmlei would hale us bellcie
The danger of In Jul Ions Tederal leg
islation bus unquestionably lieiu
iiindi exnggeraled Tint Mimelhlng
will eveuliinlli Jie dono lo pieient a
it pel It Ion of on, abuses must he ae
lepled as inevitable, but any radical
oi seilously Injurious national ligb
kit ion against Amerliaii lallroads H
, I most Impossible Notwithstanding
the misdieds of some of their mana
cers. Hie Amerliaii railroads are In
too sound ii position nnd of loo great
I enefjt and Importance to the toiiu
ti) ,u laige to pel mil the pissage of
nil) daiigi i O'ls legislation President
KcKnexell neither asks mil would lie
ttuppoit an) inniemcnt of that clui
actir The ililef danger Mrs In mil
li.il iu t Ion b) somo of, the States, but
this urn he, mid probnbl) will be,
lounteracled Ii) Intelligent iIImussIoii
and the taking of the rnllrouls Into
more lonlldent illations with tho
public The latter policy hns already
been wlsel) nuclei luken, and In fu
ture the inarkit will piobably halo
Uss lo fe.u on this score Jliim fiom
the ieactlon.il effects Of eiouoinle
causes. 'I hese have real!) bttli lit
the bottom of tlie recent incline, In
spite of the attempts tl) place the rc
sponsibllll) upon mii inns Individuals,
who (.in do nothing mote than nggra
Mite oi piu Ipltnlc thu icacllou
which Is sure to come The posslbll
lt) of a leilous inllrn.ul stllke In tlio
West Is the latest blow to loulldenco
In flnamlil i In lea, but it now be
fliiH to look as if puch a serious dis
aster will he aiertnl The worst of
the limine Inl earthquake In ni) oplu
lui Is oler Pli king up the pieces
i nil nmentlng them togetlui Is now
In onlei , this should he dono without
timber del.1) A new and sifei bot
tom will iisult foi actho Hading
Ihe shrinkage in Millies of SJ.OOO,
I (in.Oili) which has taken place should
be considered ample to nine ml the
excesses In hpcculnllou at high pi I' cm
which have hi en so transcalent for
the last twelve mouths nt least."
The Puns will hold their legular
practice this atliiiioon at the Oahu
I'lllego grounds und all members of
the team ate lequcsttd lo be on hand
it r, o'clock Hie team is rounding In
to shape In ft! st class rendition nnd
tho pioupccts mo that if the team can
keep nwj fiom Its regular liooilnii,
iihhh means that half the men on thu
team will bo lujiiicd, befote Ihe season
l-i underwu), the) should make u
seeing light for lint houois.
ileal Estate Dep't,
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a beautiful home on Manoa Heights
with all'modern improvements. Splen
did marine nnd lnountaimview. Good
tables, shade and fruit trees. lot
350x200. A few minutes' walk from
car-line. Only $750.00 in cash re
quired. If you are looking for a home at a
bargain, you cannot afford to miss
this chance. Call nnd sec us before
it is too late.
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Corner Fort an1) Merchant Sts '
I Ltt"-J VVaffiiriMfcr'l-fu M
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A lslt lo College Hills In
Mantm will bo enough to com
ilneo )ou tint It's the placo
where ou wish to build n
home laits ale c heap and
J) HONOLULU WEATHER V
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in , '.0 02, ebiolute
humldlti. S a in
fiSSI gl,ll"S )"l
-utile loot lelatlie hiimldlti S n. in iij
pel c nt dew polui N a in , (,.'
Wind K u m, leleilt) I, llrecllou
X II . S a m, lelocll) a, ciiieclioii .N
V , 10 ii m, ulociti 1.', Ilrcctlon h.
V . noon, leluclt) II, illiecllcu S W
llnlnfall during 21 lioui-s ended S n
m , uo Inch
'I olal Und mcueinent dutliig -I
limits iniled nl lnsiu. lll miles
V.1. II. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U. S. Weather itureau.
rf DAND CONCERT K
'I hero will be a concert b the Ha
waii in baud this evening at the lto)ul
Hawaiian Hotel, rollowlug Is thin
Grand March "Nuptial" ....W'arnford
Clarinet Solo "Ihe roresler" I'lotow
(Invotte "Princes Mb)" .. Kottatiu
Selccllou "l.u Tiavlaln" Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. nr. by llergcr
Selecllon "Prlncn of Pllsen" ..I.uders
vvnltz "five's Old Swict Song" ..
r'Jnnle ' The Kagles" Schultx
"The Star Spangled Ilanne'r"
Mrs Ida M. Von Claussen, who
claims lo have been Insulted by tho
t'nltcd States repretyntathe In 8wo
den, sought red less nt tho Stato De
partment but, not getting satisfac
tion, has attempted to force her pres
ence on tho President. Upon being
refused nelmlttnnio to the White
House, Mis Von Claussen exhibits a
letter, written b) herself, to tho as
sembled newspaperman, In which
she denounces the Prisldcut In moct
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete lummary of
the news of the day.
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iiii i , n . .
Killed In Revenge
, For Slaughter Of
4Sth Da) Afternoon Session
The Municipal Illll Is make, It was
otTered up us u saeilllce on tlie ulliir
ol thu defunct piln.ar) lew Th.
Ilom,o band the Knife )citerda) nf-
IcrniKin and slaughteiid It In niengo
for tlio Senators IrnvVg treacherously
killed tho piomlEcd Primary Hill
It only took a minute to do It A
message came down from the Sennto
Unit the Prlmar) law was dead The
Municipal Illll was called up and Coney
calm!) moved that It lie jiostiioucd un
til April .10. Ihls curled without op
position and the House laid It own) In
Its little grave without (lowers.
Then; Is. of course, the possibility
that It will bo icsurricted and put on
Its feet iiKalu, for the House Is liable
at an moment to tuin a buck sinner-1
ault mill so back on Its action or u
few minutes befoie It has done so
ficvcral limes before. In fact, It did
vi vestcrdny. The Representative"!
passed n bill raising the amount of
income tax exemption from JKlOil to
Sl.'iOti. The Senate killed It. Thu
House lalsid a frightful otilcry, unci
promptl) passed nnother bill Increas
Ini; the amount of exemption to II GOO.
Tho fcnnte this tltiio turned a soiner
fciult Itself und passed the measure
only for It to be vetoed by the (lov
ernor. And thin the House, ivlilcli
hid bet u clamoring for the pass.iKtf
iT the bill, lefin-eil to over-ride tin)
veto. Whereupon theie came echoing
down from the Sennlorlal chamber il
Bound tint sounded remarkably like a
It was niter the House had adjourned
)csterdn) that the fun rommciiced.
News of tho smotiierlUK of the .Munic
ipal Illll hail ascended to the Semite
before that tlme.;und the vveareis of
the toRii weie 1)Iiir In wait In thu
corridor for the Itijitiseutnllves. As
soon as the fliet of them came out,
things begun to happen. Tho SenatoM
pounced upon them unci began to ex
press their opinion of thu House In
words eniphntc;ul piofanc.
"You people fn the House nro u lot
of ronls," said Chllllngworth. "It
)ou think )ou lire going lo get thu
Prlmr,') law resurrected by holding up
tho .Municipal bill, )ou have another
ihlnk coming." .
The- wniel Toor' Hew nlHiut promis
cuously and If. 3?ucrall) had n big I)
iu fiont of II C'h)liigvvorth was
elatCd over tho-ndcctss of his treach
erous attaclt rfirtlifrprltnnr) law and
took every opiKn'tunlty to rub It In on
his opponents. I.une was so angry
that he could hardly talk. Woods, Ka
lama and other Senators took u hand
In the fr.i), nnel wcip met by e barges
or tho House brigade, Including Shel
don, ltawllns anil others. Coney kept
dlscicell) out of thu wu). the (loi
ernor came down the stairs, asked n
question nnd then seeing what ho waij,lo,"!,, llin " ul"1 ,,lc Hotibo voteel
about to butt Into, took a sneak before
an) thing struck him.
And around, the outskirts of tho fray
hovered big chtrlle Notle), tr)lng to
get n chain e lo explain how he did It
all ullb his little Aala park meeting
Thn House, among other transactions
)csteicl.i) afternoon, ovcrrodo the Gov
ernor's veto of thu stsnl and pineapple
exemption bill and sustained his veto
of the Income tax bill.
House BUI 34, thu Knllht hospital
hill, which had been deferied from the
moiulng tesslon, was taken up at 2:20
tor consideration of tho Senate amend
ments. Sheldon moved the Houso concur,
nnd theie was no opposition.
A Senate communication was lead
staling that House, UIIIb 79 and 1S1
had, passed third reading In the Senate.
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H40NE MAIN 117, V
Senate Illll 10',, nn net lo protect the
rcmnlnn of certain of Ihe obi kings
and chiefs, came from the Sennto and
pifrrd first rending h) title.
tl. ....... mil to. . ,-., , ,.. ,
I iiwii-,,- iiui ,,. iriiiiuig hi JIIC1K'
'men's executions nnd new trlnls, was
nieivict nncK riom tho Scnulo with
aiiieiulniiiits On motion of ltawllns,
the lutioducer of the bill, the House
coneurieei in mo nmindments,
, vmo w susTAiNm
Tin, Unvnrnrii.,a lnl ..f 1f,.,,..n 1111,
1 1 17, Increasing ihe amount of Incomo
itnx exeijiptlon fnmi $1000 to $1GvO, won
I tnlceii iiji for consideration
' Itlee inovcel to override the veto of
I tin- (loiernor Pall moved lo sustain
Kulelopii thought the (lovernor'H
Itc.'isons for icfusltis Iu blgn the hill
sound The bill In Its present form
"".,.ls.n,"p,",l?. I,c ",.0."K1"' "' Vlpa
7, "" ,i"' , " 0""1 '"If. ?. ,en8.1
P1I,"B l K'1 '"'w ,l11 "'"'"Rli
l' "u "'V1 ;cr,ll" Blx ""i"
f'1 J1,, ''""'fi1' ll' benate. and It II
P" '" rcnc ' he tlmernor. It would
probnbl) go Into the wnstcpaiirr has-
"We rallroadcl this hill through tho
House In thiee da)H," said Itlee. "be
cause we wanted to pass tho buck up
to Ihe Senate, nnd 1 hope we'll do it
again Ii) overriding the Governor's
Hughes called attention to the fact
that this Is the mcoiiiI time u hill ol
tuts kind -has hien passed by the
House, "it is u bill foriMio poor man,"
ho said, "wfio is overburdened with
taxes. There Is the school tax. iiron-
eriy lax, loan inx, ami u lot or other
tixes, und then comes this Itilqultoui
'Ihe (iovernor sa)H mil) one-third
of the people will be relieved by this
lilll unci that the tnusur) will be de
pleted 115,000. I hold that these rea
hiiih are not sound. It Is better Unit
hlnot)-ulno wealthy men should escape
Im) lug this tax than that one- jsior
man siioiiiii nave lo pay II.
"The treasury will lose 11C.0OO, but
the Terrltin y will not lose It. It mil)
lie the ineiiis of bringing about an era
of econoni). There aio man) useless
oiueeB utiiier thu Coi eminent, man)
padded salaries. It may he that Ihls
hill will do uwa) with them."
ltawllns did not take much stock, he
raid, in the first two reasons clven bv
the (Iovernor, hut he thought the i:
ttullve bail thi'ni on the hip Willi one
reason. - move," ho said, "that we
defer consideration on this veto until
10 o'clock tomorrow morning. It muy
lie that the gentleman (like) who Is
the father or high finance, enn llud
some vui) In help us out b) that time.
The motion was lost, and a vote
taken on the motion to sustain the
veto. The vote was 17 noes, 12 iijes
sustaining the veto.
housi: TUitNs so.mi:hsaui,t.
Ou thu lecclpl of a lommuulcnllon
Ironi the Senate stating that that body
had overridden the tjovcinor's veto ol
Senate Illll 44. Itlee moved that con
bldcratlou or the veto b takeu up at
once Instead of loda).
This motion carried noil the bill und
veto thcicof were read. The bill ex
empts sisal, pineapple nnd other lit
lustiles from taxation. Castro moved
that the veto be overridden. Tho veto
was oierildden b) a vote of 25 to J,
nnel the bill becomes a law over tbo
As was to l.e txpected, a motion was
made to n consider the action taken
reguidlug tlio (iovcrnoi"K veto ot
lo reconsider, action being postponed
until tills mornlut,,
IIOAIH) OK AOUICLILTUUE.
The Agricultural Committee report
ed raiorahi) on House Illll 210, to ro
ot gieulzo thn Hoard ot Commissioners
of AKilculttiro and l'orestry. In refer
ence to paving a uilm) to the executive
olllcer of tho Hoard, tho committee
in8, "Your committee believes in tho
ipiotatlon that the laboier Is worthy
of his lilro. and therefore, does not be
lieve In imposing onerous dutlcy ou
(.ni one nnd then expecting such u one
to pel foi m them as a 'public-spirited
citizen, all for patriotism, which
eutles, this committee opines, will
surel) be haphazardly performed and
somewhat unsatisfactorily. Uut when
a maij is paid, )ou expect much from
him, whet hex his hliu has been worth
the effort or not."
The House adopted tho report, car
Ding tho bill thiougli second reading
Senate Illll k'J. the undated resigna
tion bill, was carried through second
leading, on lecommcndntlon ot tho Ju
dicial y Committee.
The fcamcfnctlon wus taken In regurel
to Senate 1)111 99, providing a seal for
tho Atloiuc) Omeial'H department, tho
Judicial- Committee recommending Its
The Judiciary Committee also recom
mended the passage of Semite Bill 100,
relating lo civil procedure. The re
port was udoptcel and the hill carried
through second reading.
McCarthys election measure, Senate
Hill 13, was lecommcndcd for passagu
Willi nmcnilmcnt b) the Judiciary Cow
iinlttee. 1 he report wns adopted.
K1NANCI2 COMMlTTKi: ItUPOHlS.
The rimincu Commltteo reported
fnioiahly on House Illll 225, authoriz
ing the appointment Ii) tlio Treasurer
of fiscal ngents. Tho report wns aclopt-
iPd, (iirr)lng the bill thiougli secoud
reading. Similar action was takeu on
i the committee's fav enable leport ou
, House Hill 2J0, relntlng to the Hegls-
lliui of Public Accounts.
, House Hill 213, providing that 50
pei cent of tho school, poll and Incomo
taxes, nnd licence fees, shall go to tho
idiuutv, was leturned from the Seiafu
c onslderabl) umended. On million of
Itlee, the House refused to concui, and
i like, .Moanaull and Kaluna were op-
i pointed as u conference committee.
I The riniinco Committee leportcd ou
, Houso Illll , relating tu trust com
panies, iieonuucncllng Its passage with
liiiniudmeuts. Adopted. v
I llio House coneurieei In the Sennto'
amendments of House Hill n,u.
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PASSTO OVER VEIO1
Senate Overrides It
Tlie Governor's vclei of the bill ex
empting fiom taxation the pineapple,
sls.il, vanilla and other Industries, wus
overridden h) the Sennto )i,sterdny af
ternoon. Kal.unn moved to past the bill over
Hewitt wild that the fact Hint sisal
and pineapples had paid on O.iliu was
no proof that It would pay On the other
islands It seemed that the (Iovernor
vetod every hill which was for tlie
benefit of tho poor people.
Ilowsett said these Industries had
proven themselves lo bit siKeessful.
The (Iovernor had the Interests of the
Teirllory at heart when he veteied thn
lilll. Dow sett pointed out that the hill
did not exempt eiul) the runners but
the ilch corporations, ns for Instance
at Wall law a.
Smith sild he round It lintel to Isi
patient with the argument or llowsett
and Carter. The exemption was Ihe
best wny to raise reienuo iu tho future.
Tho bill was passed over the veto by
the following vote:
A)es Iliown, 1 In) selilen, Hewitt,
Kahuna. Knudseu. Ijine, McCaith),
Smith, Woods nnd Makekau.
Noes Dow sett, (iaudall, Chilling
worth and Ulshop.
Tho cleik re id n communication
from the (Iovernor In which be notlllcd
the Sennto that he had signed Sennto
Hills 73, relating to public domain;
No 78, relating to fast and furious
driving; No. f8, amending certain
laws, House Illll No. 13, lelutlng to
baibcis; No 78, legitimatizing chil
dren; No 99, relating lo divorces; No
12G, iclatlng to claims of Hawaii po
lice; No )50 piovidlug for change In
names of Individuals, under certain
circumstances; No 170, licensing trust
companies, No. 173. relating to the
leclamatlon of Wnlkllcl lands. 'I lie
Semite then adjourned.
rOftESTRY BOARD MEETS
W. M. Gtrfard, the nowly chosen
president of the Hoard of Commls
sloneis of Agriculture und I'oiestry,
presided nt u meeting of that bod)
.vestereluy afternoon. Thercf were
present C. S. Hollowny, Becietnry; (1.
P. Wilder, I,. G. Kellogg, D. II. Isen
I erg, with It. H. Hosmer, Superlnten
lient of forestry; A. Craw, Stipeilu
tendent of Kntomology; V. A. Ne'ir
ganrel, Tctrltorlal Veterinarian, ninl
Jared G. Smith, special agent In
rhargo ot tho Government experi
ment Station. '
The most Interesting features 'if
tho meeting wcro tho icpoits of C. S.
Hollowuy, Department of Agriculture,
and forestry; Alexander Craw, Su
perintendent of Kntomology, and Da
vid Tlaiighs, forest purser) man for
the lloniel of forestry.
All threo reports wcro of nn Inter
esting nature nnd brought nut the
fact that tlio threo gentlemen named
abovo have had their time fully oc
cupied In discharging the duties of
their tespectlvo offices.
Dr. Norguarel, Tcnltorlal Votoil
narlan, icported coilsldcrublo intes
tinal disease amongst sheep und
Iambs on other Islands. Ho strongly
lecommended tho Importation of good
bleeds from Now Zealand.
It wns agreed to apply lo Wash
lngton for permission to Import such
animals to this poit dliecl, thus
avoiding tho deluy occasioned by
special correspondence ns would oth
erwise ho requlied, Tho committees
weie lcorgnnlzed ns follows: A. W.
Caller unit C 8 Hollowny vvero nam
ed as committee on rules nnd regula
tions; W M. Girfurel and (1. P. Wil
der, enlomolog); A. W. Curtei was
oppolnted chairman of tlio commit
tee on animal Industiy of which 1).
r Isenbeig and I,. G, Kellogg aie
n embers; foiestr). A W Cartel,
chairman, W M Olffard und 1) P
Isenbeig; agriculture; (1. p. Wlldei,
chairman, I,. G. Kellogg nnd I) P.
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