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SENATORS KILL PROMISED PRIMARY
Primary Law Killed
By TreasonOf Seriate
GOVERNOR'S VETO IS OVERRIDDEN
The Sonnto tills afternoon ic-sumcd
Its consideration of the irlm:ir law
Ktiudscii moved to reconsider the volo
mi tin- paragraph providing Tor
ii fee of $10 to Im paid ty esindldatcs
for nomination, which had been
stricken out. TIiIh carried nnd
Kuinlien tnovc.l to re-lnsert tlio par
asrapli In the Mil. This was lost.
Smith nun eel to iccotisldcr the prop
osition Hint the vote should he placed
III Hie ballot box by the voter hlmscir.
McCurlhv lose to u point of order, the
section having itlieudy been leconsld
McCarthy mmcil to pans) the hill In
Thereupon the Semite killed the bill
by the following Mite:
Ajch Iliiywlilcii, Hewitt, Kahuna,
l.anc, MiCartliy, Smith ft.
Noes Ilrown, Chllllugiwirth, Dow
rctt, Uandall, KiiuiIhcii, Woods, IIIkIiop.
(andiill n;nl Kiiudscii, the Kauai del-
(Ration, woic the ouch who by doing
tho weathercock art, changed the vote
mi m to kill tho bill.
The Kovernor's Vein of the bill ex
empting the pineapple, sisal, starch,
vanilla. and other industries, was tak
en n;i and ovenldden.
Tho Judiciary Committee reported
no HqnsH Hills SS mill K9, cslnhlltdiliiK
uitiut) ippl-dratlim oinccH and piovid
Iiir for the ntriec of comity rcKlntrars.
It staled that the object of these hills
wan the same as that of Senate lllilu
1M nnd 25, which were tnbled. It there
fore recommended that the Home hill
be tnbled also. Adopted.
ChlllliiRWortli reported for the Nun
nun Dam Committee that Expert
Schuyler would lmvo his report ready
nt the end of the present neck.
The l.andH Committee reported on
Seunlo lllll 103, providing for tho n
liiibiiiKenicnt -or ncttlern for Impiove
meiitH plaied on lamia, which they had
Klvcu up, and which had later on been
sold, recommendliiK Its passage. The
KHiiuM'omnilltrti rejHirted on House lllll
ITS, providing that kIoihb, ciudo oil
iiml other refuse ina not bo Ihiowu
Into harborn, reconimciidliiK Its jiass
ii pe. , t
Senate lllll IOC, appropriating J20,
OOn for a tomb nnd inoiiiiiiiPiit for the
icmalns of lerlaln Hawaiian kings and
IiIrIi elilcfii, passed thlid nadliiK. only
KniuWen, Knlama and lllshop votliiK
1 House lllll 79, relating to the Issii
'nuec of rcitldcates of Hawaiian birth;
illoii'e lllll 1G9, rclnttUR to Judgment.
xeciitlnna nnd new trials; llmiso lllll
181, making the mliilmiim dally pay
Tor lalKircrs on public works ?l...i;
paed third readlnp.
STANDAKI) OH, IIH.U
Senate Dili At. the Standard Oil hill,
'eatiie up for second rending. Dowsett
.offered some minor technical amend
, metit M, which were ndoplcd.
I Smith mowd to Indeflullely ikih(miiio
1 tho bill as the government would lose
't.1,000 a car by taking the reenuo
which It now dcilvcd from Its oil stor
Inge house, nnny from It.
I Clillllngwortli said that no such sum
Iliad ever been derhed.
MOTION TO KIM LOST.
I Smith quoted llguicH (rum tho report
of tho Superintendent of I'libllc Vorkn.
Clillllngwortli told him to deduct tho
salaries. He also called attention to
the government tanks at Inllcl, which
were not government taukH, and from
which no Income was derhed, and
which had been established by some
evasion of tho law.
Smith's motion to Indefinitely post
pone was hut.
(Continued on Pge 2)
Members Having Fun At
Expense Of Bill's
n it it ft ft a-
MEASURE WILL PROBABLY
DIE LINQERINt DEATH
1 BM THINKS
lm Aides consulted an attorney
this morning with .i Uow to complet
ing Ills suit against the Hawaiian (la
yette Company for a libel commuted
by tho Advertiser this morning.
The paper reports that Abies' twen
ty liens piodiicul $d.3 each rash In
come for the "fiscal je'ir." The period
wiih for threo and cue-half months
only. If Abies loses tho nult, he wll)
cliargo (he expense uji In free ndver
tiring ho N getting In ;he small tann
Hue, and as u real Alab palroller o(
the nntbt sty If.
ft'- it it it it it it it it it it V A'
That the next count in the
Pacific States Tour Contest
takes place Thursday (tornor-
row) afternoon. Oct your votes
it it it -X- X- '. it it it it it
Capt- Ritchie Of Ship
Loch Garve Was
On or tho most brutal (asps of
chllil-bcatliig ever brought lo tho at
tention of tho local courts was beforo
Judge Whitney oslerday, A lit
tle youngster named Henry lllckcy
was brought In with Ills legs u niasH
i of bruises wheio lie had been most
unmercifully beaten by a mini named
Louis, who i lalmed to lie some rela
tion of his by ninrrlngu. It was
shown that Henry was not u good
boy hut played truant and bo was
unit to the Reform School while his
ntsallant was lined :'H by Judge
Whitney for tho brutal heating ho
bad given tho Joungster.
ThG Value Of .
MADE IN NCWJTORK
MADE IN NCWOrO
In no line of business is the buyer's
confidence of more importance than
in the selling of .'clothing.
The dealer who attempts to con
vince the buyer that his goods are the
Lest, and that his place is the place
where the best could be obtained,
must see that the facts conform to
his statements, and that his goods are
in every way up to the standard. lie
had better never try to sell to a man
than to mislead him or to exaggerate;
for the customer will quickly discov
er such practice of misrepresenting
There is never danger of a protest
and always a certainty of full value
teceived when a coat or suit is rec
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN,
whrth has the endorsement on the
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
Representatives Take Things Easy
and the Sneaker Allows Them
to While Away Time
f R tli Day Forenoon Session
There wasn't a great deal of bus
iness on the Speaker's tablo this
morning when tho Ilouso was called
to order, so tho iiieiubers wcro al
lowed to play u little. As a means
of relaxation and amusement, they
occupied themselves with stringing
the local optlonlMs.
The local option bill, House lllll
TS, was called up and made the oc
casion of nil sorts of arguments,
Amendments were plastered over It
until It looked like tho victim of
rheumatism. And all tho while tho
members knew that they were mere
ly killing time. There Is no inten
tion on the pnrt of the Ilouso of
passing tho measure, If Hie state
ments of several of tho members anJ
tho attitude of most of them may ho
taken nt face-value.
There wcro few speeches against
tho hill. Its earnest opponents real
ize that the friends of tho bill did It
more damage the other day than IU
enemies lould, to thoy content them
t elves with assuming an earnest look
nnd offering amendments. It Is true
that (hero aro a few of tho members
of tho House who ic.illy want tho hill
to pass, hut they uro In the great mi
nority. Others would iiunii out op
enly mill op pom the measure If they
wcro not afiaid that It would Injure
them politically witli tho anti-boozu
people. So they He low and bay nothing.
The salary appropriation bill went
through third leading without fur
ther amendment, though it was ex
pected that come otio would want lo
break Into It again to give soma for
gotten friend n boost.
Ilouso lllll !ir, to provide for the
exemption of lite family homestead
fiom forced sale, was tho llrst bill to
bo taken up on thlid reading. Cor-
lea, Us Introducer, spoke In support
of It, "lly this law." ho Raid, '"tho
family Is protected, the children aro
protected, and tho homestead Is pro
tected. I inovo it puss."
Itawllns also urged the passu go of
tho hill, which be said would Inure
to tho benefit of tho poor man. Tho
Ilouso lllll 214. relating to II
cnuscH for theateis, shows, etc,, pass
ed third reading, and .loo Cohen is
t a fe.
I Ilouso lllll I'lfi, regulating tho In
Isuniiico business and Imposing pen
alties on unlicensed Insurance torn
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iiiiiu-n turn iigL-iun iiiiuiK mimni'sa in ,
ino Territory, was rem inn mini
I time. Itawllns stated that the hill is
Kdlteu up for tho protection of tho
people of tho Territory. Tho Han
Francisco disaster has shown tho
need of protection In Insurance mat -
' ters, und this bill would allow tho
people to know what thn companies
i lmvo hack of them and tho extent of
like said tho bill would nlso make
tho (ompanlcs pay their Inturancn
tux, which they do not all do now.
.The hill passed by vote of all present
except Kaiilho, who ulwiiyn vhIot
I against any measure Introduced or
supported by Itawllns,
llmiHi 11(11 "20, fixing penalties
(Continued on Pag 2)
BRITISH OFFICER IS
DISRATED BY COURT
Charges Made Against Master of the
English Ship Arc Fully Prov
en According to Ver
dict of Court
Capt Ultchle, of the llrltlsh sailing
vessel Iicli Oare, which was nshoro
on Kuiuala iccf, Molokal, recently, has
been found guilt) of (Unlikeliness by
thn naval court which lias been In
vestigating the case. His ship Is tak-
Col. S. W. ltoessler. the chief r" '" hllu by the order of the court
mill iilitrml In rlmrnn (if tint liiiiti tli'tlll-
army engineers or the l'uclllc dlvl-i1B ,' , llPr .; ,,
rlon. Is duo hero on the Korea on.c. mtrhlc has been ordeied to nay
April 19. According lo Opt Otwell CO immuuIs, : shillings, the costs of the
ho Is coming to make an Inspection .toiirt.
cf tho conditions which now exist In The certltlcate held by Captain
tho Territory In leg.tid to the work '"''"M "instrrlinH not liten revoked
under his department.
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Delegate Kuhlo leeeUet! u letter mm his secretary b I In hi-'
steamer under date of April C In which the plans for tho Congrc mou
nt part) up to that time nie given.
McC'lollnn sas that a-eept.rices have been received from II-u. It
ton and wife, Capron and wjfa. Cole, Conner nnd wife. Bnle-. I.lii'e
lleld ami wife, Ki-lfcr, Col. il'pli'irn and wife, Mel jchlnn. I).i.dun.
Alexander und wife, Ac-boson and wife nnd Senator l'llox.
A circular letter c-nt cut plaeei tho tlmo limit wlirfi iim-ii uu.-s
must be In, as April Mil. When this dale ts reached McCh-1'.". In
eonfiMence with Mr. Hatch, will then make up the substitute list it
Is a matter of regret that DalZ'-ll .lid Smith of tho Appropil.i'l'-n
('milliliter cannot come
Mi. McKliinc, Mr. Heviiolds nnd Mr KlRglns are coming cm ill
June traiisport at their own exp"nse and It Is also hoped that v.
llalhiildt will nunc at that time. He Is lute-rested , tu public Imlldlnu
Secielarv of the Navy Veteilf ts likely to come to Honolulu mi
a war shin this summer when he will prohahl be m-couipunii-d t
Senators I'eil.lm nnd l-'llnt of California.
The parlv will bo In the H nils full) tlure weeks ncc-orcllng to the
f4t i ftHtUrftt tt fMt
hut this action will probably bo taken
by the llrltlsh Hoard of Trade when
the llndlngs of the local court uro for
warded b tho llrltlsh Consul.
The finding of tho conn In part Is as
"I'liidlng and order of n naval couit
held nt the llrltlsh Vlco Consulate, Ho
nolulu, In April 1907, to investigate a
Tho coming of Cnl ltoessler means,
without doubt that leuowed activity
will bo tho orclet of tho day In re
Kurd to fordflcilluu work In nnd
aioiinil Honolulu. Since Capt. Otwell
has been hero the plans for fortlllca-
I lltl lltttfl lllll II ITll II f tltlllfltl fllUt flfltl
,, ,, . ,,, .. ., , . ,.,, complaint mado by It, L. Clements, tho
tho anlyal of lis superior onicerwllit.crt'no(, m sj ,,, , ,,,,
mean wimoiii cioiini mill oven mop) ,. nnd foiirleen niher seamen. I.-
active steps towards a complete pro
tection from an Invading enemy will
be pursued under the direction of tho
War Depm uncut.
While Col. ltoessler is hero he will
probably be called on to make a re
port on tho h.ulior range light, iihout
which there has been more or less
tou(roeisy betweon (ho U. S. Hngl-
iiccra mid the Territorial olllelaU.
ST. PAUL, Minn., April 17 John
Sundcrsou, who held up the clerk of
the Northern Express Company and
secured $25,000., has confessed.
TANGIER, Morocco, tApril 17. A
naval demonstration has been made
off Mngudor. The situation' is grave,
Wedliesdnj. April 17.
Whaler Cattle and Annie, off poll,
for water and supplies, 12:!ii) p. m.
Wednesday. April 17
Schr. Hubert U-wers, Underwood, for,
llllo, lo load koa for Const, 11; 110 p. m.
Mrs. niinii calls a general rehearsal
lit the Opera Houeo this nttcilloon at
longing to tho llrltlsh sailing ship
lioch Oarve. of Liverpool, viz:
"That C. Ultchle, the muster of (ho
said ship, was repeatedly under the In
llueucc of drink during the voage of
the vessel from the port of Aulofo
F.astn, Chile, until she was towed off
Kamalo reef, Molokal Island, Territory
of Hawnli, n"d tluit his unvlgatlon of
tho vessel tended Im. , '' to en
danger the lives, limbs an I pio..r.y ot
those on board the vessel.
"That having heard and carefully
considered the evidence .shell uofuro
the court In the presence of t no lic
ensed, we find that Iho charges ugi.lust
ill m me fully proved,
"The court being unanimously of tho
opinion that tho safety of tho ship aim
ciew absolutely reipilrcs It, orders that
C Ultchle he suspended as master o'
said ship and that with the consent of
lite icinslgnea of said ship, It. Clements
be appointed lo.act temporarily tu the
Head of C. Ultchle as mailer thereof,
i:ntll the wishes of Iho owners ho
"Tho courl, !ioccr, In view or tho
renlence given abene, does not feel
railed on fo deal with the certilliato of
the said C. Itl(rhle."
The court which found Hltchlo guil
ty wns composed of Capt. (,'omhe, oj
the Restorer and ('apt Pearson of tho
Helen and wns presided over by Act
ing llrltlsh Con till 1'orster.
MADRID, Spain, April 17. A severe earthquake has been experi
enced nt Tartow Murcia. Much damage is reported.
SHAKE IN RUSSIA
ASKABAD, Asiatic Russia, April 17. Severe
were felt here today.
fclt here ,
TURKEY FEELS TREMOR
'NTINOPLE, Turkey, April 17. An carthouakc shock was
riiinlshid house keeping moms or
small cottage la wanted, See classified
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That must be a terri
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thieves or destroyed by
file, feel that way. Don't
take a chance of being
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your jewels etc. safely
stored away in one of our
deposit boxes. Tho rent
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AT SEASIDE llil
VIDESPREAD DAMAGE IN MEXICO
MEXICO CITY, Mexico, April 17. It is reported that the Mexican
coast fiom Actinulco to Salina Cruz has suffered damage from the recent
t-aithqunkc shocks. Tiapa is said to have been destroyed.
C. P. Morse, the local freight agent Mcxlciu Central It It., by whldi 111
for the American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.. line ships across the Tehiiaiilcpcc Istti
stlites that he has leeched no ncuV in mm. He sajs thai If there had been
regard to eaillupiakes at Sallnu Cruz, uu considerable ilamnije done he would
which is the western terminus of tho halo been not tiled
. m i w.p i
Ten Men Squires
For Ruef To Rest
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 17.
Ten men of the Ruef jury have been
Captain Clark, and the uflkors o thu
I . S S. Annapolis, will be tho guests
of tho Seatsldo Hotel totnoriow uveu-
tng, when a il.uuo will bo given In their . 9s. 4 1-2J.
Honor. I'lerc-dlng thu dance, u special I
dinner, with inuslo furnished by thn I
famous Kills (ike Club, will be bcrcdi
on the open laual. On a balmy moon-1
light jilght, a more Ideal sjsit than thn
Seaside Hotel, with Its beautiful lawns
overlooking the ocean, cannot tiaj
found, and doubtless all local Army
tiinl Navy olIlcvrB, and their wives, lo
whom a special Invitation Is extended,
together with toclety uud tuwnfolk,
will bo present to urcct the visiting
guests of honor.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 1G.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 0s. 5 l-4d. Par
ity a.UH cents
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 17.
Bill Squires, who arrived by the
steamer Ventura from Australia, says
that he will rest before arranging
any match with American fighters.
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goes for the purposed Inspcttlui; souid
ichiKil lauds, and will at the same time
icport on the propm-ed light of way
across school propeil) sought by thot
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