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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1009.
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Smooth nml clever a aa the pcr
rornianro of The Charm Il.ill" last
Satitnlav night, it wns oven belter
inil tuiiio pleasing last night There
was u mat Incf, too. in the afternoon,
ami this was pl.tvod ti a houe crowd
cil Willi uungstors who enjoyed ev
ery inoniciit of the piny. Especially
iltil they appreciate tho musical num
bers nml the funny ending to the
successful lovcmuMng of Teddlo Mc
Numnra. Tliero will ho nn performance at
thu Opcia Home loilny. In fact, the
house will he dark on Tuesdays nml
Fridays during the stu of thu Pol
lards here, so that they may have n
chance to have n tlresj rehearsal of
each of the new pieces that they will
Tonlsht there will bo n ilrcss ro-
liearsal of thu very successful com
edy "Checkers. " In this piece,
which will appear on Thursday night
'tho oung m tors have parts that suii
them perfectly nml the fun anil hu
mor that runs through tho piece will
be well brought out by tho company.
A number of the latent niuilcnl hits
will bo Int induced In this piece ami.
as tho play presents more opportuni
ties for I Ills class of work than "Tho
Charity Hull," we may expect to en
Joy more of that work for which the
Krmluntcil Lilliputians have a raio
Tomorrow tho final performance
of "The Charity Hall" will bo pio
heuted. a matinee ami an evening
performance. Alfred Colliding has
shown n wonderful genius for stngo
management In this piece and the hit
he lias inado locally In the part of thu
clergyman Is moro than deserved.
Dainty Eva Moore Is as charming
ns ever, and tho reserved nnd digni
fied way In which she plays the. part
of Anne Krugcr ha been very pleas
ing to her many Honolulu friends,
who liurned to ndmlro her when she
was the leading girl with the Lillipu
lfor using the word "graft" last Satur
(day "If tliero Is to bo nny talk of
I gialt, ' he bald, "I'll go farther with It.
'there Is other graft In this House."
' And he stopped there, while a dead
t silence fell upon the meeting for a
momiiit Long dues not say what
grart he knows ol, but there have for
scleral days been hints dropped
around the eonldors of the Capitol
that tilings me not all they might bo
nml that there Is more thnn one kind of
graft rampant In tho House, Tho grart
Long refers to Is told of In another
column of, the lliillut I n
representative body of business
professional men assembled In
the Senate Chamber yesterday after
noon when the Commlttco of tho
Whole wns In session. Chllllngworth
wns in the chair.
The presence of theso prominent
men wns desired by the Sennte In or
der Hint they might express them
. solves openly on the subject of tho
segregation of lepers. Tho segrega
tion law has not been effective In tho
I past nnd n new bill, drafted by some
of tho best legal talent of the city,
'enmo before the Commlttco of tho
Wholo for consideration.
Coclho made n speech urging that
nnjone bo permitted to treat n leper
given up by a physician. Ho cited
nn Instnucc where Forester It. A. Eos
mor treated nnd cured n boy, run
over by n train, and who was given
up by a physician. He said Hosmcr
'used an herb. Some of tho Hawaii
ans are experts on these herbs, he
said, and he argued that they should
be permitted without fear of prosecu
tion to treat any leper given up by
Present were members of the Hoard
of Health, Including President Rob
inson. Kalnuokalaiil, Dr. Waysou, nml
Morgan; Messrs. L. Tcnney Peck, J.
if. liacKtclil, f. L. Wnldron, F. A.
Schnefcr, F. M. Swnnzy, C. H. Cooke,
E. I. Spalding, Jnred a. Smith, A. O.
M. Hobertson, Dr. .lurid, K. A. Mott
Smlth, Secretary of tho Territory;
J. A. Kennedy, Dr. Cooper, V. A.
Kinney, Judge A. W. Carter, Mrs.
Secretary Matt-Smith was given u
seat near the Chair; Atkinson occu
pied Senator Knlnma's scat.
I Atkinson stated that the question
of leprosy Is ono of tho most Impor
tant facing tho Administration. In
Norwny, ho said, the lepers arc de
creasing In number, while those In
SPLIT ON REPORT
Unable To Agree
nieru is no reason for believing ' Hnwnll nm i.inr0:il,,,r
that there is any big graft, tho Insluti- I Under tho bill now under conslri-
leferrlng probably to petty oration those who arc Icncr susnects
L'tut-u'rltlnt. ' i. ... ... . ...,.. ... ...
Kraft connected with typo-wrltlng
work, automobile hire nml such llttlo
things. Hut unless some adjustment
of the differences existing among tho
members of tho Speaker's cabinet Is
reached, the public may havo n chnueu
to learn, from statements that may be
miulu on tho floor of tho House, Just
what there Is going on that may prop
erty bo characterized ns graft.
Tho results of tho meeting yester
day afternoon were nil so fur as nny
solution of tho difficulty Is concerned.
The opposing factions refused to yield
tin Inch, amls tho matter was In statu
quo when thi) session finally camo to
JAPANESE ARE GRATEFUL
April 12th, 1909.
(Continued from Paee I)
needn't think lie can frighten mo b
blinking tho Dig Stick at mo," ho says.
"I will do what I pleiiBo, wheth"r tho
Speaker likes It or not. Ho Is not the
whole thing In this House, el en If lie
does think he Is.
It was Long and Affnnso ngalnst thu
other members of tho "Cabinet" yes
teiday, nnd tho two members pin up n
good fight for what thoy think Is right
and what they consider their lights.
Long bitterly upbraided tho Speaker
Honolulu, II. T.
. Chamber of
lulu, T. II.
.My Dear Sir: Allow mo person
ally to thank you, nml through ou
tho Chamber of Commerce for your
very successful efforts In entertain
ing and making it pleasant for Ad
miral IJI'hl, officers, and cadets of tho
Jnpnneso Training Squadron during'
their stay In Honolulu.
I urn, Dear Sir,
(Signed) S. UYENO,
11. I. J. M.'s Consul Ocnoinl.
Tliero will bo a band concert this
evening at 7:30 at Thomas Square.
Ovortino Raymond Thoinns
Gavotte Hhlno Sound Lntan
llailiul Holy City (request).. Adums
Selection I.ohcngi In Wagner
PAR T II.
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by Hcigcr
Selection Count Hoffman. .Offenbach
Hallad Hy tho Sea Schubert
Waltz Laellcln ., Fnhrbach
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Tho baud will play. If possible, at
(ho departure of Iho transport Thoinns.
may bo treated at the station nt Ka-
llhl for six mouths. They may. If they
wish sccuro private physic-Inns to
treat jtlieru, at their expense, during'
their detention nt the stntlon.
Chillingworth Quesries Robinson
In response? to Chnlrmnn Chilling
worth's question Hoblnson stnted that
thoro had been no determined effort
mndo by tho Hoard of Health to get
tho alleged lepers under control. Ono
of the reasons, ho said, was tho lit!
gallon which arose from tho Anna
Mario Mnunakeu case,
Smith, who, was formerly president
or tho Hoard of Health, moved that
tho hill pass second rending.
Coolho said that other members In
attendance, lawyers, physicians, nnd
business men, should ho henrd from.
Dr. Cooper stated that It was nec
essary nnd Important to have a bacte
riologist ns ono of tho members of
tho Hoard of Examiners. Ho said
that the monnrchy had better control
over lepers thnn tho present govern
Coelho Speaks for Helpless
Coelho urged that others than li
censed doctors should bo permitted
to treat lepers, whoso cases had been
pronounced hopeless by physicians.
A communication from tho resi
dents of Hnnalci, Kauai, was read.
They asked that a wharf and ware
house bo built ns boon as possible
Tho communication wns laid on tho
tabic, to bo considered with tho Ap
Knudscn stated that the question
of n whnrf nnd warehouse for llano
lcl had been constantly urged by thn
residents of Hanalel.
A communication from John W.
(11 1 in ore, president of tho College of
Hawaii, was read. He stated that
$20,000 of Federal funds would to
available between now and July 1,
and that practically nil of this
amount would bo spent for tho neces
sary live stock and other equipment.
If tho Col lego wnro to bo located in
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Seed, Hammer and
Cramer Dry Plates
Each in its
Photo Supply Co.,
Everything Photographic. Fort St.
The nflernoon session of tho House
wns n short one, very llttlo business
being transacted. A short debnto en
Mied over tho submission by (lie Pub
lic Expenditures nnd Accounts Com
mlttco of a report on the bill to repn)
tho mcichandlBo licenses collected nine
years ago when tho coming. Into effect
of the Organic Act made tho collec
tion Of tho license fees Invalid. The
commlttco split on tho report, Fur
tndo and Knmnhii refusing to concur
In tho report, nnd Itlce only half way
agreeing. A minority report, It was
stated, would bo submitted today.
Alfonso Introduced n bill to author
Izo tho Treasurer to pay over to (ho
Treasurer of (ho County of Hnwnll tho
following sums of money for tho credit
of Iho road districts:
North Hllo, $1017.01; Pima S1.31;
Knu, 120.60; llamakun, $2. GO.
The Public Expenditures and Ac
counts Committee, reporting on Shel
don's bill, II. I). 180, nuthnrlzlng tho
cmploymunt of money wrongfully col
lected for licenses to soil Imported
goods, wares nnd merchandise after
the Organic Act took efect on Juno 14,
1900, recommended tho tabling of (ha
bill, and submitted a substitute bill.
Itlco concurred In the bill, but stated
that he thought It should bo extended
to include all claimants nnd not mere
ly thoso who have filed their claims
with tho Auditor. Knmnhu nnd Fur
tado did not concur.
Tho commlttco reixirt sot forth that
(ho amounts were collected In good
faith and paid In good faith, but the
coming Into effect of tho Organic Act
prior to tho collection of tho licenses
mnilo tho collection without nuthorlty
Tho orlglnnl bill ns submitted stated
tho total amount of the claim as $48,
S58.7S, whereas tho amount should bo
Sheldon objected vigorously to wait
ing for tho minority of tho commlttco
to file lis report. Ha characterized tho
wish to defer action ns dilly-dallying,
nnd snhl thnt nt a meeting of tho com
mlttee ho hnd'tivcrhearil one member
say ho would nbt concur In tho report
because Bomo of tho claimants aro
Furtndo resented this, and said (hat
tho only reason ho did not linvo his
minority rciwt rendy was becauso ho
had not yet had tho pleasure of meet
ing (ho clerk hf (ho commltteo and ho
did not "propOBo to dig down Into his
own Jeans" nnd pay a private, stenog
rapher for writing tho report.
Theroujion Cohen moved that tho
mnttcr bo deferred n day lo glvo Fur
(ado a chnnco to mnko tho acquaint-
unco of tho commlttco clerk.
Two Scnnto mils camo down from
tho upper chamber and passed their
first reading In tho House.
Tho Public' Ijinds Commlttco re
gretfully reported adversely on House
Hill 190, to glvo tltlo to certain church
properties, and on'Hnuso Petition C4,
requesting that two acres of land at
Kckalia, Kauai, bo set npart for n
church silo for "thoso who worshlu
under Iho light of tho sun."
i tf it
Manoa valloy. Tho pominunlcatlon,
which asked for Territorial support,
was deferred, to bo considered with
tho Appropriation bill.
Committee of the Whole
The Sennte at 20 minutes nfter
2 o'clock went Into Commlttco of (ho
Wholo and took up tho consideration
of the Appropriation bill.
Under tho head of landings nml
wharves, Coejho asked Unit Mnul's
share lo Increased from SG000 lo
$10,000. Ho stnted that tho wharves
nt McGregor's landing, Hana, and
Nahtku woro Important und that Iho
shipment of rubber fiom liana dc
mnmled that u substanMnl landliu; l o
built. The amount wns finally pass
ed nt $8000 on motion of Robinson.
The salary of tho Haibormastcr
passe. 1 at $200 a month nnd thnt of
his nsslstant nt $150. McCarthy
made the motion giving tho nsslstant
hnrbormnster $lli0 a month. Smith,
in supporting It, said that tho assist
ant hnrbormnster held lust us re
sponsible u position as his superior.
Tho salaries passed accordingly.
Under tho head of pilots, members
of tho Sennte suggested that a steam
launch bo provided for tho pilots of
Honolulu. The suggestion brought
forth a stormy debate.
Chllllngworth stated thnt practi
cally alt the captains of tho Amcrl
canMlnwnllan liners wero posscssois
of pilot licenses for, Honolulu, and
us such thoy could bring in their
ships here wlthuut tho Honolulu pi
lots, He said thu pilot boys, eight
in number, were not needed; that
four of (hem could do the work, nnd
that tho expenses could be cut down.
Tho consideration of (he bill wns fin
Harvey suld Hint mnny pilot bontR
woro needed In Honolulu,
On motion of Drown, tho salary
SPECIAL MEETINQ OF STOCK
HOLDERS OF KAHULUI RAIL
A special meetlnc of the Stock
holders of (he Kahulul Hnllrond Com
pany will be held at the office of the
Corporation, Stangenwnld Uulldlnc,
Honolulu, on Monday, tho 19th day
of April, 1909, at 10 o'clock a, m.,
for the purpose of accepting tho pro
visions of Act 39, of the Legislature1
of the Terrltbry of Hawaii, approved
on the 26th day of March, 19t9, nnd
for the consideration of such other
business as may come before the
ELMKU B. PAXTON,
Secretary Kahulul Railroad Co.
April fi. 1909.
Hy order of the First Vice-Presi
Hawaiian Irrigation Company, Ltd.
The annunl meeting of tho Stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Irrigation
Company, Limited, (formerly known
as the Hnmakua Ditch. Company,
Limited,), will bo held nt the offices
of Thompson & demons, 9 Campbell
H(ock, Honolulu, on Wednesday,
April 14th, 1909, nt 12 o'clock noon,
Tho business of tho meeting will
Include, among other things, tho
olcctlon of officers, nnd tho matter
of tho consummation of a bond issue
for the completion of tho Com
pany's Lower Ditch system.
Honolulu, April Cth, 1909.
C. F. CLKMONS,
427S Apr. 0, 10, 13.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Nollco is hereby given by (ho un
dersigned, Administrator of tho Ks-
tnte of Pat. 13. Harklns, deceased, to
tho creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against tho said deceased,
whether secured by mortgage or oth
erwise, to present tho samo, duly au
thentlcated, nnd wl(h proper vouch
ers, It any exist, to tho said Admin
istrator, at Its offices, 910-920 Fort
Street, Honolulu, Torrltory of Ha
waii, within six (6) months after
tho first publication of this notlco;
othcrwlso their claims will bo forever
Dated this 30th day of March, A.
TIIKNT THUST COMPANY,
Administrator, Estate of Pat. E. Hat-
4272 Mar. 30; Apr. C, 1.3, 20, 27.
Drs. V. H. Collins and A. N. Sin
clair now occupy offices at the cornor
of Hotel and Rlehnrds. Dr. Collins
will have office hours from 11 a. in.
to 3 p. m. Sunday and evenings by
appointment. Dr. Sinclair's hours
will be 8:30 to 10 a, m 4 to S p. ra. I
Sunday and evenings by appoint
YOU CANNOT FIND A MORE DE
LIGHTFUL PLACE ON THIS
St. Clair Bidgood, Manager.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMT TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's,
made by woman immigrants from
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Rooms 0 and 10 Young Hotel Bide.
You Want Electrio Wiring Done or'
rnvate Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the -
UNION ELECTRIO CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage. Look
it up. DO IT NOW.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Nos. 69-71 Beretania St.
. Phone 411.
for the pilot of Hllo, who Is also gun.
powder nnd kciobcne-oll keeper, wns
raised to $200 a month. The Knhu
lul pilot was also given $200 a month
on motion by Robinson, seconded by
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Whitney & Marsh
We are showing a complete line of
WHITE KID GLOVES
Celebrated Trefousse make; 2 Clasp $1.25
Also come in Tans and Black
Plain and Lingerie Effects
CAKE, PASTRY, COOKIES,. ETC.
MADE IN GOOD OLD GERMAN STYLE.
Sample and Sales Rooms, CULLMAN'S OLD STORE, Fort
The German Bakery
King St., formerly SINGER'S.
W. H. ZIMMERMAN, Prop.
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING to visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 15th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
WE HAVE MADE FURTHER
REDUCTIONS in the
Prizes of DRY GOODS
so the materials will move quickl),
and we may be able to make the
changes necessary to suit the rc
quirements of the Men's Department.
The goods are not old, have
not been dragged from old anchor
age, but are, in most instances,
You can re illy "Do Better at Kerr's"
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