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From San Franciico:
Korea . . ; March 15 '
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VOL. XI. NO. 4251.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAH, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1809. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
BALLOU NOT SURE OF FEDERAL
LEGISLATURE ENDORSES ROVAL
WOMEN LEAD IN
There arc ninro women holding tho
Block of the Ia 8iiKir. Plantation
tlinn all other Individual hnhlerB com
lilncd. Thin iloes not mean that the
women financially control tho corpor
ation, hut It Is an evldenco or tho
widespread character of the holdings
In sugar stocks throughout the Inlands
and to what extent the people of huiuII
meaiiB are financially Interested in the
prosperity of tho mi Bar Industry.
The figures weie brought out at tho
annual meeting of Castle & Cooke,
Ltd., held yesterday forenoon. The
tnblo Ib Klven for the Kwa and the
Walalua plantations. In considering
the relative holdings In these planta
tions It should ho remembered that tho
par value of the Kwa shares Is twenty
dollars while that of Wulnluu in one
BALLOU NOT MAN
It Is by no means certain that Jus
tlco Hallou of tho Supreme Court Is
tho man who will lie appointed Beconil
United States DiBtrlct Judge. Rather,
It now appears probable, from a state
ment made by (Inventor -Kreur this
morning, that ho will not he uppolutctl
lint that tho pi inn will full to the lot
of some other man.
Tho Governor was guarded In his
statement today, hut there Is only ono
Interpretation to put upon what ho
"Tho Senate meets at Washington
today," ho remarked, "anil I suppiiBu
we shall soon he hearing who Is to be
tho Second Judge."
"It appears to be taken for granted
that .Mr. llullou Is the man," was sug
"Well," replied tho Governor with
n significant sinllo, "I don't bellovo It
would bo wise for you to make that
htntement. Certain things have ailsen
ilinlng the past few days, as they
luivo been arising during the past few
weeks, which would make It unwise
to say that any man In particular has
been fcelcctcd for tho Second Judge
ship. At present I don't feel at liber
ty to cay mora than that "
Coming from the reticent Governor
of Hawaii, however, that Is enough to
mako It fairly certain that something
has happened to upset tho arrange
ments previously mude Justice llal
lon was undoubtedly Oovornor Krcar's
cholco for Iho second judgeship, mid
tho Governor succeeded In obtaining
fiom the loading members of the local
Wear and Hold their Shape
They are correctly tailored of finest pre-shrunk materials
in the latest styles, They look right and feel right; it's a
comfort to wear them. Sold by
The tables showing the number of
Individual stockholders and tho aver
ago holdings of each division follow:
Capital, 230,000 shares ut
$20.00, malting J 5,000,000.00
10 Estate average r.817
8 Corporations average C3.1t)
70 Trustees average 123
20(1 .Men average 455
4 It! Women average 112
Capital, 45,000 shares at
1100.00. making $4,500,000.00
5 Kptales average 52S
1(5 Corporations average SIS
.13 Trustees average B8
2!)2 Men average T.I
21G Women nveragn .., 2!l
bar am', some of tho other pi eminent
men of the city their unanimous nH
proval of his recommendation of Mr.
Hallou, It being understood that A.
Lewis, Jr., should succeed Ilallou on
the Supremo llench.
The change In these arrangementa
leaves tho question wldo open onco
more, or appears to do so, unless oth
er arrangements havo ulready been de
ASKS SENATE MINUTES
At tho afternoon session of tho Sen
ate today, Secretary Mott-Smlth sent
a communication asking that the clerk
furnish him, dally, with tho minutes
of -that body, In order that he may bo
nblo to prepare and submit to Wash
ington, tho Senate Journal, within thir
ty days ufter tho adjournment of tho
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March 5.
SUUAK: DU centrifugals, 3.79a cents
or $75.90 per ton. Previous quota
tion, March 4, 3.80 cents, or $76. per
ton. Quotation, March 3, 3.73 cents.
A list of olllcers elected to servo for
the ensuing yeur In Cnstto & Cooke
Ltd., Is published In this Issue.
Tagaul, charged at tjio Police Court
with larceny, hud his case remanded
BILL TO DIVIDE
Often Attempted Act
Finally Gets By In
ANTI-LIQUOR FORCES ALL
OPPOSE REVISION OF LAW
Civio Feds, Anti-Saloon league, and
W. C. T. U. Protest A New
Koa Oavel for the
Fourteenth Day Morning Saitlon.
Jack Lucas looked In on the House
the other day and his" heart was
touched. Kour excited members were
on their feet at the same time talking
vociferously and gesticulating violent
ly. Tho Speaker, armed only with a
mucilage bottle, was strhlng vigorous
ly to reduce the chaotic Houso to
Jack is a stickler on matters of et
iquette procedure, etc., and It seemed
to him not seemly that no better gavel
had been provided fur the honorable
Speaker of the honorable House than
a gummy mucllai'o bottle. Uesldos, It
was dangerous. In a vigorous moment
tho Speaker might put too much force
Into his blowy. So this morning Jack
Lucas again looked In, and when he
left, there was on the Speaker's table,
a flno koa gavel, with head und bundle
of different grains of wood ftom the
The rules of parliamentary p raced
ura will not bo enforced clear up to
AnIOi lentil DIM Killed.
Antl-Japanuse legislation Is not ns
populai In thu House this session us
It has been In previous years. This
was first evidenced by the unanimous
udoptlon of Domhltt's resolution com
mending llooscelt for his pro-Japan-eso
actions. Sexciul unll-bllls and res
olutions havo been pioposed, but they
havo for the most part been hilled.
This morning the Mllltaty Commit
tee, In a report recommended the tabl
ing of Kamanoulu's House Hill 85, pro
viding for militia enrollment, and
without any very vigorous opposition
the report was adopted Castro did
try to have the bill recommitted for
further consideration but got no sup
port, nnd on motion of Correa, second'
ed by Affonso, the measure was killed.
To Visit College.
This afternoon tho members of tho
Houso will visit the College of Hawaii
to seo what is being done there. The
Agricultural Committee decided to go
nut and extend an Invitation to the
other members to accompany them
On being assured that thoy would
neither have to walk nor pay carfare,
tho Representatives accepted the Invl
tatlon and decided to adjourn ut 3
o'clock for the purpose of making the
An unusual air of lethargy pervaded
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OFFICES FOR RENT
We have some fine, large
offices to rent in the Boston
Building. You may havo a
single room, or rent a very
conveniently arranged suite.
Electric lights, janitor, and
elevator services furnished
These rooms are in the Lest
of the business district. You
cannot afford to bo in a poor
For particulars apply to
Beal Estate Department,
CLAIM OF QUEEN
He It tesolved by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, that:
The Congtess of the United State
be and hereby Is requested to pass, ut
mi early date, an Act enabling tho peo
ple of tbl J Territory, who are citizens
thereof, to meet in convention ami
frame and adopt n State Constitution
whereby und wUereunder this Ten I
tory shall be admitted ns a State Into
the Union, nnd, i ,
Resolved, that Mho Governor of this
Tcnltory be anil -Is hereby requested
to tiansmlt a copy of this lesolutiuii
to the President of tho United Stales,
tho President of the Senate of thu
United States, the Sjieaker of thu
House of Representatives of the Unit
ed Btntos, and tho Delegate of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii in Congress, with
the request that tlils resolution he laid
before the Congress of the United
The above Joint resolution, beat lug
all the earmarks of an administration
measure. In Unit It wns on the ofllclal
taper of tho executive chambers, was
Introduced In the House tills afternoon
by Representative Sheldon, und passed
its first leading.
It Is not, howetor, an administra
tion measure GUvetnor Kreor, when
asked about It, said he had never
heard of It. In fact. It Is about the
last thing to be expected from him.
Sheldon was under the Impression
that the Governor was back of It. Hu
Intends to change It from a joint to
Another resolution. Introduced by
Cohen., expresses to Congress the wish
that that body shall allow the claim
or ex-Queen l.lllilokalanl of $2Bo,000.
which shu has for so long been press
ing before tho Congress or the United
States, and culls upon the Delegate to
Congress to do nil ho can in support
of tho (lueen's claim.
Castro Introduced the administra
tion's conservation bill and a bill re
quiring County Supervisors, urter
their election, to live In tho district
from which they were elected, was
ALAMEDA'S GOOD TRIP
f Mnrch 6, 1909.
Tho lollowlng wireless was re-
received horn tho Alameda by
Vm G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., ngonts,
f ut 8:42 p. m. yesterday- -f
f "Wo are four hundred seventy-
two miles from Honolulu Moder-
f ato wind and sea. All well." -f
f t. t
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NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KINO ST.
Enabling Bill Delayed
In the Upper
IN PRIiRlTF ftCCC
Judiciary Committee Reports Some
estates in Courts For Many
Years One on Dock
Fourteenth Day Morning Session
The extreme expedition with which
the House rushed through the bill
providing for the pa) merit of the men
employed by the Hoard of Supervisors
or Honolulu In the roud department,
came to naught this morning, when
the Senate handed the bill over to
the Printing Committee.
So anxious were the members of
the Lower Houso to get tho bill
through that they did not wait to
have It printed. The higher kolons
did not approve of such hnste, how
ever, mist refused to expedite mat
ters by putting up without printed
When Clerk Suvldgc an noun red
that Houso Hill No. 1)8, providing for
the payment of certain persons by
tho City and County or Honolulu, hud
come up iron! the House, Senator Mc
Carthy climbed to his feet and asked
that the bill go to the Printing Com
mittee, he having been unable to get
hold or a copy. The motion of the
Senator round a ready second, and
by unanimous consent the bill was
sent Into limbo until such a time ua
printed copies arc ready for distribu
tion among the members of the up
Moore Bill H'cas'.id
Senator Moore's bill, grunting the
right of appeal from tho decision of
the License. Commissioners In liquor
cues, cnine in for a few more cracks
this morning. A lengthy petition,
signed by the prcsldont and olllcers
of the Woman's Christian Associa
tion, toasting the bill to a crisp, was
futioduced and read.
Iloforo the father of tho mensuro
had gotten over the grilling which
his bill had been subjected to, an
other package. In tho form of u com
munication from tho Anti-Saloon
League was presented.
Hoth petitions were referred to tho
(oinmlttea considering the bill.
No $100. Fees
lluuso Hill No. !0, providing that
In criminal cases the Circuit Judge
may assign some attornoy to defend'
an Impecunious prisoner, and piovld
lug that fcultl attorney may receive
not In excess of 1100, will not pas's
fhe Senate without some amendment.
When the bill came up this morn
ing, President Smith turned over the
.chair to Senator Kalama, and, de
scending to the floor, spoka against
the proposed w with conslderubU
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IT GENERALLY HAPPENS
that when a messenger is wanted it
is for a hurried purpose. Our boys
are in training at all times, ready for
a Marathon, if needed. If your mes
sages are important, consult
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
IDBl M.P 1 H a PJ ilfa jiV, M iS
I 1 IHi I3 lir IW1 W 1
- ivaaninuiua, u, i nuren u,
members of President Taft's Cabinet
l Philander C, Knox of Pennsylvania;
seej Attorney General, George W. Wiekersham of New York; Po3lmastor
General, Frank H. Hitchcock of Massachusetts ; Secretary of the Navy,
Geo. Von I. Meyer of Massachusetts; Secretary of the Interior, Mellaril
A. Balliugcr of Washin"ton; Secretary of Agriculture. James S. Wilson
of Iowa; Secretary of Commerce and Labor, James Nacel of Missouri.
Huntington Wilson of Illinois is Assistant Secretary of State and
Beekman Winthrop Assistant Secretary of the Nr.vy. Win. Loch was con
firmed as Collector for the Port of N ew York.
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 5. Tls Government was today awaided
$134,116. damages in its suit ocninit the Stusr Trust to recover unpaid
duties resulting from improper wei
UuIIOIO 80 Ujnm,
CADIZ, Spain, March 5. Admi'nl Cervera, who coinmnudcd the
Spanish fleet at Santiago, Cuba, is dying.
MORIWA KEIZO WILL
NOT HAVE TO HANG
Sentence Is Commuted
By Governor To
Morlta Kclzo, tho Japanese con
victed sevorul years ago of murder,
and who has piobubly been reprieved
ofteucr than any other mini over
sentenced to be hung, will not have,
to dlo, alter all. Governor Krear bus
commuted his sentence, to Imprison
ment for twenty years.
Morlta Kclzo'a caso has been fought
through all tho couits of the Terri
tory and up to thu Supremo Court of
tho United States. A short time ngu
that tribunal tendered a decision
against tho prhoner, taking away
his last hope, except that of Kxecu
ttvo clemency. This hnB now been
granted and Kolzo's life is saved. Hut
he will have to spend all or most of
It behind prison walls In atonement
for his crime.
3y BULLETIN ADS PAY -Sg
xuc senate luuay counrineu inu
as follows: Secretary of State.
Secictary of the Treasury, rrankjiu
chine; of sugar imports.
, DECIDES DE BOLT
Achi G.ves Notice Of
Appeal To Trial
Geoigo Kuleiklul. the murdcicr of.
Ills wife Umily, is not lusane. Tills
Is the finding of Judge Do Holt this
morning in the Insanity proceeding
hi ought by Charlie Achl In an effort
to bnve the neck of his client.
Tho case was submitted by both
Achl nnd County Attorney Cathcart
without argument, and tho Jtidgo
gave his decision. "The Court llnds
the defendant is of sound mind. Hu
Is sane; he Is not Insane."
Achl Immediately gave notice ot
appeal to a Jury, and another fairo
like that of the Atcherley trial will
be enacted In the Clicult Couit.
Twelve men who know nothing about
insanity will be called upon to deter
mine whether or not Kalclkint Is or
The Judge sot Knlelklul's sentence
foi Monday morning
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