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From San Franclscol
Sierra April 15
For San fVanelscoi
Sierra April 19
tfealnndl.i April 25
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
Health Commiltee at Special
, Session Hears Exonera
tion of Physician.
DISTRICT TOO LARGE
FOR ONE TO COVER
North and South Kona Need
Two Men, Will Bo Recom
mendation Legal Counsel
Charged liy residents of Norlh ami
Bmilli Kuua villi fallurn to peifoini
hln duties, as woll as wild asking
xoihltant fees ami carelessness. Dr.
B. fl. rsoniilnn;, government physician
in lluwull has been exonerated by tho
heallh committee of Ihu IIousu after
it thorough Investigation nf Mid faclH
In tho i'iiso.
The charges against Dr Goodhue
urn contalni'il In a petition nicil In
Hit) legislation atnl signed by.ajargo
nuiiibi'i' of ri'shloulH of the two ills
Irlcls named. Dr. noo.lhuu Is gov
ernment physician for both districts,
and evidence lias been Klvt'ii before
Hi" licallh voiilinlttei! proving thai It
Is a physical Impossibility for Dr.
(Joodhiiii to cover this Territory, which
Is more Ihan slty miles hi length
Dr. (looillmu Is In Honolulu to pro
nut his sldo of tho rase, mid has
engaged legal counsel In tho person
or .i u rouo, or coko & Douiiiiu
The heallh oommltlre of the house
(Continued on Page 5)
KM) IS HELD
(Associated Press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 11. The
Mtxicun government, it Is intimated
here, will he held responsible for loss
ol life or injury of Americans in the
courts of the Mexican battles at An.ua
APPEAL TO TAFT TO
STOP STRAY BULLETS
DOUGLAS, Aril, Apr. 14. Ameri
canb nore, inuignant at the reckless
sliooling between the Mexican rebel
and federals, which has resulted in
stray bullets imperiling life in this city,
today telegraphed to President Taft
asking adequate protection.
SECOND BATTLE ON;
AGUA PHI ETA, Mex., Apr. 14. The
eecend battle between tho rebels and
federals opened this afternoon, the fed
rrals, with a machine gum advancing
against the lebel garrison, floth sldea
have been reinforced and more troops
DOUGLAS, Arit, Apr. 11. Many
Americans from this city oro watching
the Mexican battle just across the line
this alternoon. The movement oF troops
can he plainly seen.
TOWN OF JUAREZ
CL PAGO, Tex., Apr. 14. Three
thousand Insurrectos are threatening
Juarez and the federal garrison is
FAMOUS ACTOR IS
DEAD AT AGE OF 78
WEST SWANZEY, N. H., Apr. 14.
Denman Thompson, the famous actor,
who Is known the country over for his
performances in "The Old Homestead,"
which he remodeled from "Joshua
Whitcomb," died here today. The great
Irish character actor was 78 years of
EFFORTS OF IBP
Acting linilcr direct uulhnrlzatlou
friini Washington, Ir Moses T I'legg
discoverer of Ihe bacilli of lepiosy, and
Dr. Dlllialll Clirrhi nf lit., IT M Mftrlil.t
Jlixpltal Service, who have lieen work
lug III the Kiilihl Federal cxlierlinciit
Hlutloii, will take up their headquarters
ill llm ollices of the Territorial heallh
department mid begin u thorough In-
w ligation us u result of the reap
leiirnnce of cliolera In Honolulu.
'I he two nhvslclans have been uii-
l lioi l?..-l to proceed on their Indeiien-
denl Investigation, and the llrst fun
gible suggestion of "Federal control"
seems to have appeared.
President Mott-Smlth of tho lloaul
of Health tldlllltteil this iiMiriilin- Mini
Dr. Clegg and Dr Currla would devote
pructlcnllv nil of their tlm- ! lh,. worL-
or tracing the cholera Infection through
poi- uiHiiurHCItired mul schl li-thi Iin
liolulii'puhllc. They will have ut their
con, maud nil of Ihe personnel and as
sistance that can be given to them by
llio Hoard of Health.
The caee of the Hawaiian has been
diagnosed hy i'legg mi Asiatic rholera.
and his opinion has been concurred In
by Dr. Carrie. With this case as a
basis, the Federal physician will pro
ceed In llielr work and every possible
avenue of Infection will he considered
by llieni, both as to the new case and
Ihe recent epidemic when twentv-fniir
The olllclul report by Ihe Territorial
Hoard of Health on the cholera case
of Wednesday reads uh follows:
"Case No. 1 lleiiell Kuunaiei. male.
.16 jenrs. Hawaiian; residence, Punch
bowl street, corner of Queen street ;
place of ilenlh, Punchbowl street, cor
ner of Queen sheet: dale of ilenlh. U:4!i
a in. April is, lull; cause of death,
Aslullc cholera; case reported hy Dr
tleorge Herbert at !t. IE a. in, April IK,
PJI1: cremated, April 12, mil"
Senate Takes Action.
The Senate this morning declared
for the control of the garbage depart
ment of th,. clly nnd county of Ho
nolulu by the Territorial health de-
parlimnt. Inserting an amendment to
that effect In Senate Hill No. 130 anil
then passing the measure on third read
ing There was practically no discussion
on Ihe iiieson of authority over tho
collection of garbage, and the amend
ment was Inserted without opposition,
tho bill receiving a unanimous vote on
(Continued on Page 3)
HOMESTEAD SYSTEM ON KAUAI
WORKING OUT WELL IS REPORT
MADE BY BIG RANCH MANAGER
Important Information on Ihe work
ing out of Ihe houjesliad 'lysteni on
Kuuul Is contained in a repot t made lo
the Territorial lloaul of Immigration
by Assistant Secrelarv It A Kearus
Mr Kcurns recently made u trip lo the
(liinien Island, In his report Is lucur
poiattil a statement by Munager W.
I). .Mcllryib. or Ihe Kauai Fruit .t Laud
t'o, who says:
"The llrst homesteader's house was
built at Kalalieo hi July, 11)07. there
being nothing whatever at that lliuo
on tho laud, It having been used prior
to Ihls ilu.s us u pasture for cut lie Ono
of the llrst things which hud lo bo
done was lo put In u small water sys
tem, hullll a small reservoir mid lay
pipes lo Ihe lii.ilu pl u the new
govirninent roads. As Ihe lots Hera
tukeii up uml houses built, water vkn
laid on lo Ihe laud and Into the houses.
uud is 1 1 the houses ut present have wa
ter laid to tlium. This supply ol wuler
Is for domestic purposes only, but the
homesteaders aro allowed to Irrigate
with a hose.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
AUTHORITIES ORDERED TO ACT
"'lty Physician Hruee McV. Mackall
tendered his re Ignation this morning
to the Hoaid of Supervisors.
"I have resigned," said Dr .Mackall,
because I urn perfectly willing that
someone else rhould have a try ut the
'l want It distinctly understood, how
ever. Iluit 1 admit none of Ihe alleged
cliarpea; of which so niocJi talking has
be. It done. H scout to be tho proper
mint; lo saddle everything off on ine,
and us a result there has been a gen
eral attack on county government.
"I have no deslie lo hamper the su
pervisors In any way or lo attempt to
hold my position If another man Is
Hunted l am willing to step down uml
out rather than give Ihe enemies of
county government ehance to make
the city physician's oillee a handle by
which they may nltack tbu whole
sch me of got eminent.
"As for this last case of cholera, 1
still ipiestlon the conclusion of the ex
pel In that It Is cholera, mid so far as
I have been Informed there has yet
been no conclusive evidence lo support
"Of couise, llils affair has hurt me
ii ureal deal. In carrying on Ihe city
work 1 have hud to give up all mv
private practise, and now return to It
with nil Ihe knocks resulting from the
differences of opinion on how the city
phy.'-iclun'ii olllce should h run
uui morn nil right. Let them have
the position. I won"! stand In Ihe way
of county government if my oillclal
scalp will help It any They may tall;
us they please, I have worked early uml
lute In the service of Ihe oily 1 don't
care to knock In return, though I sup
pose I have the mail rial at hand If I
had been so disposed I feel satisfied
that the public docs not understand all
the details of the management of the
city physician's olllce nnd the divided
responsibility that exists even between
the Hoard of Supervisors and the oc
cupant of tho office of rlty and county
phyiclan I think I leave with Ilia
(Continued on Page 4)
"Atter u number or houses were built
ut Kaluheo, Ihe county of Kuiul uu
IhoiUed tin, spending of different sums
of money lo put In loads throughout
"' huinosteads, so lhat all of the
lots now have access to fairly good
Konriiu I roads. The tract of laud
as laid out covirs ubout MV acres The
number or lots taken up ami now built
upon Is one bundled uiul four, so that
theie lire this number of huiuea on thu
plate, uml It Is estimated that theru
are between llvo hundrtd uml six hun
dred souls nil told occupying the same.
The houses for these homesteaders
were all built by Hie Kuuul Fruit &
Laud Co, which also fenced In thu
lands uud laid Ihe wuler to their
houses, doing Ihe same lit cost uud
taking from the homesteader a mort
guge to eover tho outlay. Interest was
charged them ut seven per cent, uml
they have live years In which lo muku
"Kauai Fruit & I,uinl Co also plowed
these homesteader's lands uud guva
(Continued on Page 3)
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BULLETIN CIRCULATION TO ALL
Is The World's
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
(Hlselal Hill let In Cable )
SAN PnANCISCO,, Cl, Apr. 14.
flain caused the postponement of a
number' of games In both the American
and National leagues today. The re
sults were as follows!
At Detroit Detroit C, Chicago 0.
At St. Louis St. Louis G, Cleve
At Boston Boston 2, Brooklyn 15.
At Chicago Chicago 1, St. Louis 2.
WOULD AIR PARTY
(Hixclil Hull I In ChMo.)
WASHINGIONf Df. tlpi. 14-The
House of Representatives today unani
mously passed the resolution calling
for making public before election the
enmoaiem contributions of indivhhi.ils
WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT
(tipeclal Bulletin Cubic )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 14.
Representative Raker today introduced
in the House a resolution calling upon
the secretaries of stato and war for all
correspondence relating to Japanese
immigration into tho United States.
U. S. AMBASSADOR TO '
GERMANY HAS RESIGNED
( Associated Press fable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 14 Dr.
David Jayne Hill, United States am
bassador to Germany since 1908, has
resinned, according to announcement
here today. No announcement of his
successor has been made.
AMENDMENT, IS PLAN
(Associated press Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 14
Representative tlardwlck today Intro
duced in the House of Representatives
a bill to repeal the Fourteenth Amend
ment to the Constitution of the United
States, under which negroes were first
given the right to vote, and which re
versed the decision in the noted Dred
r -V '
(KlKdal II u 1 1.-tin Wireless.) i
! 1III.O, Hawaii, Apr. 14. For-
! mer Polkenun liu Pearson waa ! !
!' badly hurl today In uu accident ! j
! on tho breakwater under con- !
htiiiclloii by the Uird-Viunig
company, hlu leg being Injured. '
"Oh, niauiiiiu,"' exclaimed little Lola,
"I've slept elghtisn hours!"
"How do ou make that out, deurV"
nuked her luuiiima
"Well." explained l.ola. "I went to
bed at 9 last night and got up at '
this morning uud '"" nines inuko
Weekly II u 1 1 1 1 1 n VI iter jriir.
FOR SALE Palolo Hill
JOSE J. DIA3
Bishop St., below King St. Phon
MAM RAm V HURT
. 1 I . .' '
History For The Day
FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911. 12
Inspector In charge of the Federal
immigration .station Itaymond C.
Iliown and his staff of assistants snout
a' sleepless night In llielr efforts to
make Ihe patty of nearly fifteen hun
dred blemish and Portuguese com
fortahlo at the big Immigration station
building during their brier stay then;.
Tho medical examination held un
der the auspices of the Federal Immi
gration Department has been com
pleted Nineteen persoim aro now
hold, pending a more thorough In
spection ut the hands of the olllcers.
llcglunlng early this morning, tho
entire parly vviib removed to the Unit
ed States (pin! antlne. Owing to the
largo number of s'uple, about ono
half of llio party will bo accommo
dated at the station on iiuaruntino Isl
and, ine remainder being placed imp
lor detent ion at an Improvised quar
amino at tho Channel wharf.
The presence of scarlet fever. dls
covered among several small children
caused the Territorial Hoard of Health
lo take steps today which has result
ed In placing all tho Immigrants under
a strict ouaraiitine.
Klret announcement of tho Impend
Ing quarantine was mado last evening
shortly after llvo o'clock, and follow
ed a conference at Ihe Immigration
station at which President :. A.
Moll-SmUh of the Hoard of Health
was present. Medical examination
showed that some of tho many deaths
of children on hoard Ihe Orterlc weio
due lo scarlet fever and that measles
did not cause all If any of Ihe fearful
Immigration Officials Still In Charge.
The newly arrived Immigrants from
Bpalu and Portugal arc still In charge
of tho Federal Immigration authori
"Wo Intend to maintain a strict sup
ervision ovor these people until wo
have completed Ihe examination as
prescribed hy Ihe Federal stutules."
slates Inspector In Charge Drown.
this morning. "No on,, will be allow
ed lo visit or confer with the peopln
while they are in our care. They aro
heie under Federal laws.
It Is stated that a series of ones
lions ranging from thirty lo llfty In
number must bo put lo tho now com
ers before they will have successfully
passed the Fedora) Inquisition. Strict
inquiry will bo made as lo their health
and previous condition of servitude as
It were t'aie will he exercised III
weeding out any person that might
become an uudealrablo citizen through
(Continued on Page 2)
GOVERNOR FREAR VETOES
BILL TO ALLOW FOR
CAPITAL STOCK REDUCTION
Senate mil No, )9 wan vetoed In a
message sent lo the Legislature this
morning by (lovernor Frear. )
Tho volo was sustained hy u iinani
"Tho object or this hill Is lo aulh-l
in Izo reductions In both tho capital j
and the capital stock of corporations, j
but It is ul least doubtful whether ttj
accomplishes these purposes, Tho hill.
Is objectionable also because of Its'
iiiicurittiui) ami oecuuue u couiaius a
provision thai might ope rale unfairly
to minority shareholders."
Tho remainder of the message Is an
t'lalK)raliou of the statement contuin-l
cd In tho llrst paragraph and asserts
lhat it would he unwise lo pluco n
law upon llio statute hooks of llio'
Territory that would be iihii to doubt-!
fill construction uud lulnlnturprctu-j
lion. The rlghls or minority sham-'
holders, the flovornor i literates, would
ho placed hi particular Jeopardy by
thu terms of the law.
PARTS OF THE ISLANDS
HARD AND FAST
There's going to be no foolishness
about the placing of Ihe port of Hono
lulu In quarantine
"The quarantlno Is on again, uml
Ihrie will be Utile or no change In the
regulations that prevailed last nioulh
was the statement coming from Dr.
.'art Itamus. chit' quarantine oillcer,
this morning. Restrictions similar to
those ImpoHHl during thejaot period of
llMralitlne are now. In effect
While- n partial exception was mado
In the case of the I'aclllc Mall steam
ship Siberia. Dr. Humus states that he
hail been granted some latitude by the
authorities at Washington In dealing
with the matter us It pertained to en.
forcing the regulations with regard to
the Paclllc Mall boat
It was contended that reveral hun
dred people had already purchased their
transportation, a large percentage In
tending to leave In the steerage, en
forcing ii quarantine upon these people
Just on the eve uf their departure for
the mainland would have compelled
(hem to postpone their sailing, as a
det ntlon of live days would have In en
exactisd under Ihe law.
With the arrival of the Slcrru and
l.urlluc tomorrow, the former restric
tions will be strictly enforced Save
passengers, noni- but n few otllcers wll
bo permitted lo leave those vessels. The
wharves will be specially guarded
Crews will be kept on board, (hough It
may work a hardship upon these men
The crowds will also be kept from
Ihe wharves at the time of departure
of steamers for the Coast On through
trami-l'iHillc steamers, no passengers
will be allowed ashore unless they ob
tain lavover checks from the pursers
Other through passengeis must remain
on board during the slay of the ves
sels ut Honolulu
It is reported that bathing In tho
harbor will be prohibited As the pres
ent outbreak of disease has been at
tributed to pol and not to the Con
sumption of fish, It Is believes! that the
Wnlklkl bathing beaches may be ex
empted The Inter-It-land steamers will also
be nffected by the enforcement of tho
Senator Judd. Introducer or tho
bin in ihe Senate, moved for sus
taining of tho t'overnor's velo, de
claring lhat ho considered tho ob
jections well rounded.
Same Bill, New Language.
Tho nppcaranco of tho Governor's
veto In tho IIousu was followed quick
ly by tho Introduction of a hill b
Williamson having; precisely the same
effect, It Is stated, us tho ono vetoed
hy the Governor but In slightly dir
rorent luiiRuiigo. It passed llrst read
Inn, and tho House iipfurrtM action on
I ho Governor's veto until tomorrow.
Coolies carry Ihe raw cotton across
the mountain ranges separating the
Wei llasln In Western China from Han
Valley. On an average each carries u
paclc weighing no pounds sixteen miles
a day, nnd for this Is paid the equiv
alent of about seven cents United
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ict-nwc, noon Assoc"
Did you ever hear of a man, with a
tubttantiit reputation, being harmed
by the abut or nvy of other man? A
good reputation lives for ever to does
a good article if properly advertised in
a HOME paper.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
LOCAL MAN WILL
H. L. Kerr and H. D. Whilfiolcl
Named Architects of Fed
COOPERATED ON DESIGN
OF CARNEGIE LIBRARY
Familiarity With Local Condi
tions Leads to Innovation
In U. S, Treasury Depait
ment. II I. Kerr of Honolulu and Henry
D. Whltllchl or New York have been
named by the United States Treasioy
Department as archllis.tR or the in iv
Federal building in Hllo. The upixilnt
ment or a local man marks ait Inuovn
lion In the procedure of the depart
inent, whose custom Is to namo urchi
tects not locally connected untl some
times not even rainlllnr with Ihe con
ditions ihe'oulMibV 6iuC wtUft-.
The uppolritnient was made by As
sistant Secretary of the Trea-ury
Charles D. Hllles, shortly before io
left the department to become I'n-i-lent
Tafl's private secretary, suece. l
Ing C. D Norton. Tho first news u.i
received hy Mr Kerr In a cob, cram
from Whitfield ami was later contlrm-
d by u letter
Familiarity with local conditions. Mr.
Kerr's reputation as an architect here-,
nnd Whitfield's success on tho main
land, were the things that caused the
appointment to be made. Jlr. Whitfield
Is the architect of the Carnegie li
brary, and us n relative of CarneKi.i
has done u lot of library work. Tin
Hllo Hoard of Trado anil promln, ut
business men. unwilling that tho llilo
building should have tho experiences of
the Honolulu building, took up tho
matter nnd made a request that a local
man be named
"Rider" on Bill.
The sundry civil bill, earning an ap
propriation of K00.000 for tho Hllo
building, became a law on March 4,
ami It also carried a "rider" providing
that the Secretary of tho Trensurv
should name the architect for tho
building Asslstnnt Secretary Units,
who was In chnrge of the public bull 1
(Continued on Page 2)
IS NOW ACT 88
H Governor Frear signed tin
School Hill at 2 o'clock Thim
day afternoon, and the measure
Is now Act 88 of tho Session
I.avvB of 1'Jll. Willi two slight
It changes tho law la Identical Willi
tt tho hill framed by Attorney Heiu
tl enway and lev lowed uv the Gov
St ernor to carry out the plan pro-
posed by the Public Schoeil Fund
H Commission mado up of W. It
H Farrlngton, W. a. Ilowen and
Edgar Wood Tho hill was lu
ll traduced fn the Senato hv Sen
ntor Chllllngworth and hi Hi"
H IIouso of Representatives hy Hep
t resent.itlvo Alfonso
St As regards the teachers' salar
lt les tho new law will ho effective
!! with the beginning of the new
tt school year In Sootembor. Ap
I! propria! Ion for the general ad
it ministration or Ihe Department
it will of courso he effective with
tt tho opening of tho fiscal year
ii July 1. mil.
tt (lovernor Frear courteously pre
tt soiiled the pen with which ho
tt signed tho bill to W. It. Par-
it rlngton. chairman of tho School
ti Fund Commission.
tt tt tt tt tt tt Kit tt tt n tt tt tt it u
A few years ago one could easily tell
un Antwerp diamond from un Amster
dam one becauso of Its better work
manship; today uu Antwerp brilliant
la Just its perfect a gem .as can bo