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along without the BULLETIN,.
ilarnma April 27 I
VOL. XI. NO. 4203.
8 PA8M. HONOLULU, HHUIOORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1809. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 OKNTS.
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Forthe First Time in History of Ter
ritory Total Does JVot Exceed
the Estimated Revenues Pro
motion Committee Gets INo Appropriation
For tlio (lint tlmo In tha history
uf tlio Territory, tho l-cplsluturo has
Buccccileil In preparing nti appropiln
tlon lilll which will come within tlio
Territorial Income Two million,
eight hundred thousand dollarH is
tlio estimated Incomo for tlio next
biennial period; 12,8:28,031 Is tlio
total uf the appropriation lilll ns uc-
rcptcd ")) the Joint Confcrcnco Com
mittco Inst night.
As the incomo of tho Territory has
lircn cnlculntcd on n very ronscrvn
tlvo basis, It Is generally concccdcd
Hint the npparcnt discrepancy of
$28,000 between tho Incomo and tho
hill will not nctunlly exist and that,
if nnythlng, there will bo a very small
Thu hill has ct to sccuro tha ap
proval of tha IIouso and tho Senate,
but as. tho Conference Committee
threshed out all provisions very caro
fnlly, It Is not believed 'that the'io
will bo any dangerous opposition,
though' thq 'scions who wanted some
thing which they did not get will
Senate Includes School
.In The Medical
6Glh Day Morning Session
Chilnllnn Scientists recelvod offi
cial recognition by The Senate this
f morning when tho amended lloiino
1IIU No. 21 8 passed Its third rending.
Thin Is the inetllcal-practico hill
which rnnkec special provision for
tho examining and licensing of os
teopathic ph Melons. .
Senator Kalrchlld suggested that
It would lie well to hnvo a provision
(Continued on ?t 3)
The very latest thing for iiutoists, and one that isv"ery
popular. The cap, nude of eraveuette, with a double vi
sor, is serviceable and attractive.
The transparent oslluloid visor is an excellent substi
tute for the ugly goggles. Come and see them at
ipiolinhly fight the ndoptlon of the
Conference Committee's tcport.
I With tha exception of a few minll
lloniH, practically all of tho hospital
.appropriations, except thnso for tho
Queen's Hospital and the Lentil Homo,
have been stricken out. Tho $24,-
!u00 for tho Queen's Hospital did
not tome within tho provlnco of tho
VUIIIUIUUIU V(IIIMllllllt', 11HVII1U UVI'Il
In both bills, but tho Jir,,otiO for
Lentil Homo was up to tho Commit
tee. Tho item of 1B000 for promotion
work wns rut out. This item had to
go In order to mnko tha necessary
provision for Lenhl Home.
There were no cuts tnndo In cith
er school appropriations or leper
settlement funds, both passing as
high an they were placed in tho Son
Ho.iolulntgofH ubout $20,000 for
sanitary purposes arid JHIo gats $G,J
700. Thu Other places are cut out
entirely, It being considered neces
sary only to look after tho chief ports
In that respect.
ELECTION LAW BILL
PASSES THE HOUSE
Vote On Third Reading
To Seven ,
6Gth Day Morning Session
Tho House this morning passed tho
olectlon-lnw hill, known ns Senate.
1)111 121, on Its third reading by n
oto of 21 to 7 The nicasuro hav
ing been thoioughly gono over in
, Commltteo of tho Wholo, nnd favor-
nlilv rnnrit tn,l wlthnut ntiv nnnnfdtlntl
jto the ndoptlon of the-report, there,
wns nothing to delay tho final pas-
sngo of tho nicasuro except tho length
(Continued on Page 4) ,
Secretary of War Suggests That
Huwaii Should Make Ample Pro
vision for Its MilitlaSn Honolulu.
--Old Armory Is Impossible
The loan npproprHllon will havo an
licit) for an armory If tho urgent ndvlcs
of the Administration has any effect on
tha Homo of Hoprcsentnllves.
Tho Secretary of Wnr Iihb Hindu rei-
rescntatlons to local oKlccrs Htiongly
urging that a comfortnhlu armory bo
erected for tho use of thu mllltln. This
has bcon dono by many Stntes and Ter
ritories and It seems particularly nec
essary for Hawaii.
Large sums of money nru being ex
pended In providing for tho defenses
of Honolulu nnd Pearl Harbor and a
large garrison of field troops will bo
It Is held that tho Territory Bhould
coaslder Its own obligation to tho Fed
CROSS ROAD MAP ISl
DISCOVERED IN '
Thnt the work of tho Jlawnli '"1
X Promotion Commlttca is far- K
K reaching In its results Is ilem- T
X onstratcd by tho following let- W
X ter received cstcrdny by Bee-
rotary H. P. Wood: . IK
x' "Cassel, Mar. 27, IPOS.
"Jlv Dear Mr. Wood: It will X
X no doubt please oti to hear ti
X thnt In my recent visit nt Ath-
K ens I found tho map 'Cross X
M Hnads of tho Pacific' hung up X
W Iii tho offlco of Thos. Cook & X
Sons. I hope that cvou from
that pnrt of tho world your pro- X
x motion work will show good re-
K suits. X
w1 "Can you obllgo mo by send- v
X Ing sumo pictures of tho Floral X
X Parado which has been Buch a X
W big success? i)
' "Yours very truly,
X "(Signed) W. Pfotenhnuer." V
FISHING NETS ARE
RUINED DY STEAMER
' Somo Jupniieso fishermen are sore,
nt tho steamship I.urllue. They had
set down largo and fine nets Into thn
wnlcr mnknl of tho Mntson wharf and
left them thoro for tho night. Tho fish
caught wcro to bo used as bait.
The I.urllno, leaving for Knhulul
last night, backed Into tho stream. Its
propellur or rudder caught tho nets
and toro them to pieces. This morn
In gtho Jnpnneso fishermen found
their trensuros In hopoless ruin.
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MT- BULLETIN ADS PAY -M
gi L i imxii lilll HMJ j
usually takes such steps as
williead to it. One object of
every true man is to provide
for his family's future. Life
Insurance will do it.
eral Government In assisting In every
way poFslblu by appropriations for tho
mllltln mtd for tho construction of ,i
sultnblo armory nt Honolulu As w.vi
well snld by the Secretary of Wnr In
commenting on tho mllltln, "tho cfll
Ucncy of tho organized inlllll i Is very
much impilred by Inck of suiublu
armory acronimo lotions."
Tho Drill Rlied now nerving ns nn
nrmory has been condemned by Unit
ed Statrn'Amiy officers nnd reporlnd
ndverrcly on as a plnco fit for nny
thlng but iho temporary storoga of ma
terial unaffected by tho wenthor. Then)
nrn no toilet facilities nnd no ordinary
conveniences for tho men of the Omrd.
ind the place Is In n disgraceful con
dltlon nnd 'hernia bo torn down.
Eil Polllls received a private cablu-
groin from New York this forenoon an
nouncing Hint raw sugar sold today on
tho Now York market at 3.98 cents,
''This forecasts the advance that all
the specialists In sugar havo been ex
pecting for tho Inst few weeks. It has
been esteemed Impossible for tho dis
parity between New York ccntrititgnls
and London, beets to remain ns grcnt
as at present over six dollars and a
half n ton,
Tho quotations of tho Planters As
hoclutlon received this afternoon glvo
beets at 10s. r.',jil, This Is an advance.
Hut what is more Interesting Is a cor
rection of tho quotation of yesterday
for centrifugals. Instead of 3 811 cents,
a reduction In price, tho quotation
Bhould havo been 3.89 cents, which is
nu advance of one point,
5TH CAVALRY DAND
AT MOM TONIGHT
The famous fith Cavalry Hand, one
of tho finest In tho Army, will glvo
n concert tonight nt the Moann Ho
tel, beginning nt 7:30. Tho program
Is full of spcclnlly flno numbers, nnd
the bund will undoubtedly repent its
recent success. Following thn con
cert, a dnncc will be given to which
friends nnd guests of the hotel nnd
nil Army nnd Navy folk aro Invited.
im stmall Quantities sanitaw eom-
Hainmm. Leave a&vn for dsthsrf
Island Fruit Co.,
79 S. KIKfi. IHOJTE 15,
Seats for the
may be had through this offlc and
at ft slight advanoe over the Kguks
rvioa of ticket. There will be no
ySRYIOE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OT HIGH GRADE, DtTOKTES
SPRING. MATTRBflSES, TOR WOOD Ott IRON BEDS
3TJBT RBOTIVHD. -,., M t .,( ? t JT.-JM
J. Hopp tfc Co., ,
Monsarrat Charges Rail Flat and
Accused Officials Get Complete
Vindication Complainant Did
Not Appear To Test'.fy at the
Benator Palmer Woods' of the spec
in) commltteo appointed to Investigate"
tho charges msdo ngalnst tho Hoard of
Agriculture by Jlllnn Monsarrat. this
morning presented a report completely
vindicating bbth Territorial IWster
Hosmcr nnd Territorial Veterinarian
Nnrgaard. Tbo report follows:
"Tbo charges ns made ngalnst tho
Bonrd of Agriculture and Forestry nro
contained In a letter data March 17.
180D, which Is filed herewith and
marked Kxlilblt "A".
"Your Commltteo has Investigated
IheBO charges, but tho author of them,
Mr. Julian Monsnrrnt, did not nttend
thu hearing of the Committed to sub-
stnntlntu his chnrges though duo no-
tier wns sent nn per wireless messngo,
a copy of which Is nttached herewith
FOR JURY TRIAL
IN GOO "ASSAULT"
The case of John W. Cathcart,
charged with assaulting a Chinese,
nnmed Ooo Wan Hoy, was called nt
tho Police Court this morning.
Mr. Cathcart nt onco claimed tho
right of a jury trial, and as this ac
tion took the matter out of Judgo
Andrade's hands, ho of courso com
mitted the enso to the Circuit Court
for trial. If tho f'.rnnd Jury finds
ngnlnst Mr. Cntl-.earl, he will sccuro
the desired jury trial at tho next
term of tho court.
A. S, Iliiniphrovs, who appeared to
nBslst the prosecution, remarked: "So
that everything will bo In order, I
suggest that bond bo Issued In this
Judgo Andrado at once fixed tho
bond nt l"0. Mr. Cathcart then In
quired In a mild voice: "May I leave
thn court and look up bondsmen,
Your Honor? I will return later on
In the "day?" Judgo Andrado assent
ed to this with a smile, and Mr. CattT
cart departed to find sureties.
Thero is a lot of animus ngnlnst
Cathcart Involved In tho case, and It
will probably bo manipulated to put
Cathcart In tho -most unsavory light
D, Kalauokalanl, Jr., tho County
Clerk, has gono nn tho bond of Mr
Cathcart for tho amount of $50.
. . m tm i '
Albort Smith, who is alleged to bo a
deserter from tho "Fight or Frolic"
fleet, Is In custody at tha Pollen Sta
tion, and Is hold for Investigation.
Tooth and Nail'
Brushes, all Prices
We are out 'for business,
tooth and nail.
market Kxhlbll "11", tho reply Is
market Hxhlblt "C"
"Hotli Messrs. Norganrd nnd llosmer
were exnmlnid mid their answers are
herewith i ubmltted, marked Exhibits
"I" and "K" resicctlvcly
"Your committee finds tho charges to
bo unfounded and can find no grounds
for tho same und believes that If the
maker of them, Mr J. Mnnserrat. had
taken tho precaution to look Inlo them
niuweii ne coum not navo isaen up
ho tlmo or this Senate with such
groundless chnrges. ns they nru based
cntircl) on hearsay nnd snows nti u'ter
lack of knowledge of existing Utiles
and Itcgulntlons of tho Hoard of Agrl
culture nnd KorcBtry
"Your Commltteo would suggest to
(Continued on las 4)
IS GOV. FREAR
WANTING TO QUIT
Tho latest rumor in Governorship
prospilrts Is that Oovernor Frenr Is
sick and tired of his Job and wants
to resign, and that Is how the talk
started of Polcgate Kuhlo being
Tntt's man for tho Governorship.
Thnt Is the only way in which somo
peopla can explain the presence of
Delegate Kuhlo In I-os Angeles with
Sam Parker wbllo Congress is at
work on tho very Important tnrlff
Another report Is that Sam Parker
In a manieut of gayety shanghaied
tho Delegata and took him by force
of arms nway from Washington.
Many of tho Governor's friends
have been very much worried over
Ills relations with President Taft and
they doubt whether ho knows wheth
er ho Is on good terms with tho Pres
ident or not. On tho other hand,
others stnto thnt the Governor has
written tho President lo learn whe
ther ho wnnts locnl recommendations
for local offices In the gift of tho Pres
ident, which would Indlcnto that tho
Governor did not hnvo very much of
n conference with tho President-elect
when ho wns In tho Bast Inst winter.
Though rumors nro rife, the prob
abilities nro that thn Governor Is
principally occupied with tha affairs
of tho Legislature nnd scheming out
a way for both ends to mcot.
Tho rumor of Frenr's resignation Is
supplemented by ouo that Judgo Dolo
wnnts to quit tho Pouch nniTlhnt I'runr
wnnts to succeed him. Judgo Uolo lr.s
not been In tho best of health of Itto
nnd It has. been generally bclloved Hint
Ills contemplated trip enst hud much
to do with Fcdcrnl Judgeship business.
Bnllftin BuiImm Offio Phone 250.
Bulletin liitortti Boom Phone 185.
NEW SPRING STYLES
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED 73 CASES OF NEW
'09 MODELS FROM THE FACTORY OF E. P. REED &
CO., IN TANS, PATENT LEATHERS, AND GOLDEN
New and dainty designs, just a little in advanoe of
any other. Not shown in this ad. beoanse we have no oats
that will do them justice.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, April
23. It is reported that the Assembly
has voted to depose the Sultan.
During the day the Sultan appear
ed on thr streets of the city and was
erected with marked exhibitions of
adoration on the part of the people.
MASSACRE AT ANTI0CH
BEIRUT. Apnl 23. The Armen
ians of Antioch and vicinity have
been massacred ruthlessly.
NEW YORK, N. Y.. April 23. Be-
fined sugar advanced ten cents a hun
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, April
23. Russian troops have been or
dered to Tabriz, Persia.
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 23.
Former United Slhtes Senator Stew
art of Nevada died here todav. Sen
ator Stewart was one of the leading
fljr.irw of the West In his day.
Our Ships Sail
GUANTANAMO. Cuba, April 23.
The battleships Montana and North
Carolina sailed today for Byria,whcro
they they will be held in readiness
for the development of events in Tur
key. NINETEEN DROWNED
CHRISTIANIA. Norway, ApriL 23.
The steamer Edith was sunk today in
collision with the steamship Oxford.
Nineteen peopl.a were drowned.
SAN FRAHCISCO, Cal April 22.
SUGAR: 00 dctrree Centrifugals 3.88
cents, or $77.40 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3,88 cents.
BEETS: 88 nnalvsis. 10s. 4 l-2d.
Parity. 4.10 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 0 l-4d.
Shoe Co. Ltd.,
C0n. FORT AND HOTEL BTS;
10S1 FORT STRXST.
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