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VOL. XI. HO. 4250,
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TVTfl I V FT X T IjnrX XT THERE ARE a .lozcn ways open to I
l B TT 111 A il F i I"i i I II X ' thc "onolulu houscwife'iooking 1
X V- Ji P -J ft J A J B 'J J JL-i. II for a servant, but no way is as com- 1
fortable, certain, and cheap as thc '
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TAFT HONORED AT
Portait Unveiled Follow
ing Talk by Mr Scolt
Tho UIkIi School observed the In
'nngurntlon of tho new President In
a ery simple manner.
Professor Scutt mado u brief ad
dress to the pupils in which he Im
pressed them with the absolute de
iiociuc)' by which, with hardly any
ceremony, one Hxcctithc of n world
power steps down from his position
and becomes n private citizen nnd an
other assumes the responsibility and
honor of the position, thus attalnliiK
In every way, the Athenian Idea of
perfect republicanism, He eulogized
' thc ex-President nnd stnted that, If
training counts for anything. Tuft
was well equipped for his duties.
lie further rcnmil.cd on tho singu
lar fieenesa which I he Presidency Iiuk
hud fiom any scandals or undesirable
candidates "It is too had,' ho con
tinued, "that the municipal govern
ments are not conducted on a Blinllnr
basts of political purity and that the
term 'politician," from meaning n
close student of politics, has nlmoM
The exercises dosed with the Mii
elllng of u hnndiiome portrait of the
'K'dllor 13 v o u i n g II u 1 1 u 1 1 it :
The limited ltlvor and Harbor 111(1
linu now been lutinduced, providing
Mirvejs for Kahttlul nnd Hleelo har
borH. As Indicated In my previous
letter, the bill does not make appro
priations for nddltlon.il contract liar.
The Sundry Civil Hill carries JliOO,.
000 for the now cnvalry post In Oa
li ii. and ir.0,000 for lllllug in the ar
tillery post at WalMkl; It also up
propilntes J 1 HO, 000 additional Jo
ward the Honolulu Federal building,
nnd the lemalnlng 1100,000 to com
plete tho present contract for the
The hill. In addition, provides
$600,000 for sea coast artillery quar
ters in Hawaii and tho Philippines,
hut docs not specify how much will
como to Hawaii.
Very truly yours, ,
Delegate to Congress.
Washington, Teh. 20, '09.
OF WH. H. TAFT
Midst of Public Work
Since He Started
Out In Life
William Howard Tna. President
of tho United Stutes, is a man
of achievements; can point hack
Lbould ho sec fit to a stainless
career. During his long public ser
vice, during thc campaign for tho
Presidency, through which ho passed
successfully, there has been no
breath of scandal. He enters thu
White House today n gieat Amer
ican, with i'rry prospect of leav
ing It a great President Mr. Taft
ban been so busy tit tho tasks set him
by his country In recent years that
until tl'o campaign began last summer
he wan little known to his country
men, except us that faro IT and mystic
porsounge who bioiigbt order out of
chaos in tho Phlllpi Iiich who quieted
the storm In Cuba, nnd who has gono
on successful,)- digging the Panama
canal Just ns If It were an tneiyday
task. Hut lie stands for til that Is
best In America He combines In his
big person tho uncompromising dc
votloti to duty of Wnrhiugtuu, thu kind
heart, humor and t.ict of Lincoln, and
Ihu lighting qualities of Uoosuvilt.
Klnco 1881. so-iii nfler he became a
graduate of tho Cincinnati Law reboot,
Mr. Taft has boen constantly In -office,
with ll trepllon of four ears which
In !rnli I in tin- practice of .law, un
til In- li-t g.H-il from I'lcKlilent House
el: s c it luet to become the President
ial cnndl Into. Among the ofllces ho
haO't'hJ yie.ro Judge of tho .superior
court In Cincinnati, solicitor general
or tho Pulled Stales, United States
circuit Judge, civil' governor of tho
Philippines, anil secretary of war, any
one of which mlglit have been tho
goal of a man's life. It has been more
than whlsix-red that .Mr. Tart's ulti
mate goal was a scat on tho bench of
the United States Supreme court, for
which ho has been declared eminently
titled. Hut twice ho has refused this
high honor nt the bands of tho Presi
dent, although his every Inclination
was to nccopt, nnd both -times ho has
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Dr. R. K. Cane of l.nhalna . camo
down today, arriving In the Claudinu.
K. P Chapln nnd It, Irwin weio
among tho Incoming passengers In the
NEW FEDERAL JUDGE
THE PRESIDENT I
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K tin : The bill providing an X
n' additional 1'ederul Judge for A
i-1 Hawaii passed Congress yestcr- K
day ami will doubtless bo sign- "K
)' ed by the President. Mr. Hatch W
A has worked hard on this hill K
Wear and Hold their Shape
They are correctly tailored of finest pre-sltnink materials
in thc latest styles. They look right and feel right; it's a
comfirt to wear them. Sold by
t and desert es much cicdlt
Its successful passage.
K As Piesldent Roosevelt has
K. Just announced that ho will
x' make no more appointments, tho
K filling of this new plnco will ic-
'til main nt the disposal of the now
X Hawaii Is especially fortunate
A In securing an additional I'eder-
( al Judge, as the State of Wasli-
.xlngton lias Just (ailed In n hard
W effort to secure tho Mime thing.
K J. KAI.AN'IANAOI.H.
' Delogato to Congress.
M. Washington, IVb. 20, '09.
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OFFICES FOR RENT
We have some fine, large .
offices to rent in the Boston
Building. You may have a
single room, or rent a very
conveniently arranged suite.
Electric lights, janitor, anJ
elevator services furnished
These rooms are in thc lc3t
of the business district. You
cannot afford to be in a poor
For particulars apply to
Real Estate Department.
Tho following messago was
cabled to .President Tnft today
by President .Morgan on bohulf
of the Honolulu Chamber of
"Ilest wlsbcs for continued
good health and u successful
B A N A N A S T
PINEAPPLES ! !
PAPAYAS ! ! !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING.
llll. COOPER AT
ii C II Cooper "addressed tho
High School on tho subject of tho
water supply. Ho compared tho fil
tration mid artesian systems, show
ing the latter to ho thc better. His
speech was Illustrated by chin Is and
On the stand In tho Atchuiley trial
today. Dr Wayhou denied ll.ttly that
ho oer told .Mark Hoblnscm that Dr
Atcherley wim nil opium Hold Itnblit
kirn. In his tt stlnionj, bwoie that Way
sou did tell him so,
IT GENERALLY HAPPENS
tliat when a messenger is wanted it
is for a hurried purpose. Our boys
arc in training at all times, ready for
a Marathon, if needed. If vour mcs.
sages are important, consult
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
PLEDGED to REF
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 4. Mr. Taft in hit inaugural address
promises to enforce the reforms initiated by President Roosevelt for the
control of corporations and railroads. Ho suggcits that amendments may
be made to strengthen the existing laws.
In dealing with the tariff he cxpicst&l the hop? that there would be
a speedy revision. On currency matteis, he stated that the countiy much
needs a more elastic currency.
He nledgcd himself to promote peace at all times but expressed the
conviction that the country should ba prcnared for war and thus best
Regulation of Asiatic immigration is r 'oved, thc President declar
ing this may best be brought about by mutual concisions and recognition
of treatv richts. The mail subsidies for unbuildinrj the American mer
chant marine are favored.
W ACir?WnTMiT n n Kir . ttriili tr m.. . ,
. ..uwiiii.uiuj, xi, v., mnrcji . wiuiam 11. lau niui Jnmcs b.
onerman were mauffuiatcu l'resmcnt and Vico lhesidcnt of thc United
States this forenoon unrfor riinnitnnfM tlmt it ? a Immiu tiriit. n. n..,
excention of the weather.
AH thc iration for the o.itthcr pa-cant ;en upsjt by the storm
that start:d in lest evening with a hnvy win nr.d finished up Udiy'iii n
veritable blizzard, which mr-l nn tt.r.f.p.ir iiinn.nnitinn n V i,
It was necessary to makr n coin letc chanrc in thc iroi;raiii-aiid the
Senate Chamber was made thc sccas of the inaugutal. Here President
Toft fCfik thff r..ltll flnrl Tfwi Inu itiftianf 1 n.M... Tl. ,.. .1- ... 1
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ed the Capitol in spite of the stoim and the Fr ssdent uns niven a meat"
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Mopp Sl Co.,
185 KING ST.
TO EXCLUDE ILL
SAOnAMFwrn Poiir mi, .1 ti, c,,t.. r .. ...1... . .
.. ,, w ,..k -,, 4.L. oiaic ocnais 10u.1v li'.iupicu n
resolution requcstitia: Congress to exclude all Asiatics.
1 1 1
SENATOR STEPHENSON REELECTED
.W$S?m" ilarch 4- Isaoc Sttphciifon ;as toJay rcilcctcd
United States genator, thus ending h long fight.
G00& LECTURE .
ON AGRICULTURE WILL NOW BE PAID
At First College
The Interest manifested In tlm
evening lecture course at tho Collegu
of Hawaii, If ono imiy Judge from tho
audience last night, is cry gratify
ing to those in churcc. thn huIiIitIu
presented being "Agricultural Prob
lems or Hawaii" by Dr. 13. V. Wilcox,
mill "KconomlcK of Acrlcnll11r.il IM.
ticatlon" by I'reihlent J. W. (Hlinorc.
ur. iicox. nr speaking of tho ag
ricultural problems of Hawaii, said
the first thing ono had to do 011 en-
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A list of officers elected to servo
for tho onsulng yenr In tho Intel -Island
Steam Navigation Co , Ltd ,
are published In this Issue
Kaleiopu's Enabling Act
Goes Through House
In A Rush
That hurry up bill of Kalglppu'u (bJi
pay me ousieii ineiulierH of tho rnadJ
iiornriineni ror tho two months thoy fl
hati woiki.il nml lufi iiimVu it.,... 1.,..,.. vj
n't, must bo Immensely Important 'fu J
n..n.- j uiiu uuus inn iippenr on its.
face. Judging from Its nulhur'n effortf
to rush It through, S
Kahlopu called tho bill 1111 for final ,''4
reading as soon as tho uiwiilng nrcllin- J
Inarles of th morning had been dls
Hut ho wasn't quick enough to tako
his pet bill In before someone had .1
tliMiico to flio un nmendnuMit ut It. Kit
niahu had un nineiidment nil ready nnd
hn offered It oven beforu Knlelopu had
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This shoe is unusually well
adapted to wet weather.
Made of a fine velour calf,
which sheds the water and at
the same time takes a high
What we say is so, is so.
The Kash Co., Ltd.
CORNER OP FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd
023 FORT STREET
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