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VOL. XI. NO. 4254.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 9.1909.1O PAGES.
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NEW TELEPHONE SCHEME HAS BEEN FLO
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FERN'S MEN PAID FOR DOING NOTH
Thos. Lindsay Succumbs
To Injuries At
At 11:15 o'clock llili- morulas
Thomas I.lndsaj-, tho elcran Knit
Mreot Jonoler, illoil nt llio C) noon's
Hospital, tlio lctliu of a runaway no-
blent which occurred josterdny af
ternoon. Mr. I.linlHiiy vn run down by n fran
tic, lltllllelOSS slood m Port Htll'Ot.
Hear his place (if business, unil was
lomovod In tho Queen's hii4iltnl In an
iiucuiiHcloiiH rouillllou. Kioin tlio first
It was seen (lint IiIh InJiirli'H wero of
a desperate nature, iiml lie nuwr nil
Hod fiuni tho shook.
OwIiik t thi advanced nijo of 111"
leHni iiml a constitution enfeebled
by Illness, tho iitlcndlfig smgoniis ox
piesseil grate doubts concerning llio
luulialilt! outcome of tho wounds when
Lindsay was taken tn Hut hospital, lint
hit) sudden dentil came an n shook to
tho ontlro ciiiumiinlty.
Mr. Lindsay wiih fl'J jeprs nhl anil
Jiail lii'wi a resident of Hawaii fur
thirty jours.. Ills Jewelry stnro on
Toil street wiih well known to all uM
timers, ami ho iitimljcted his friend
by llic hundreds. II wac a member
of tho Court or I.unilllo ami of llio
Scottish Thistle Club. IU loaves one
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Smith.
Thi' remains of tho acchlont victim
weiu taken In tho morgue today, pend
ing llio InnjticHt. Kuneinl services will
In hold tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock at Williams' uiiilerl-iklng estob
llshmont. VICTIMS' WAIL IN
Aloha Temple Makes Its
Plans For Weird,
That thn next ceremonial session
of Aloha Temple, will lio held nt thu
Volcano of Kllaiiea, ami that Islam
Temple of San Francisco will tako
pait In the gruesome festivities,
The Illustrious Potentate of Aloha
Temple, Mystic Shrine, last Saturday
lecelved tho following' cable fiom
James McCaudless, who Is now In
"llocl.ua: If you want Islam will
on oto Invitation Saliuday."
In a letter McCaudless stales that
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Wear and Hold their Shape
They are correctly tailoied of finest pre-shrunk materials
v in the latest styles. They look right and feel right; it's a
comfort to wear them. Sold by
FERN MEN MUST
ALSO HAVE PAY
"Enabling Act' Passes In
BAKER WANTS TAX
ON STOCK TIMSFERS
Senate Holds Brief Routine Session
and Then Adjourns, That Ha
waiian Members May See
Mauna Kca Sail
Amended no as to piovlito for llio
payment of (ho appointee of the May
or as well as those of, tho ltoaid of
Supervisors, House 1 til 1 No. US, "Tho
Knabllng Act." passed Us second read
ing In Hie Soiiiite this afternoon.
Tho amendment In the liMI was mado
nt the Inslauco of Sen.tinr McCarthy,
who, whin the matter camo up for
cotisldcrn'.'oii this nininlug, moved
that tho mlnorlu report of tho .liult
clary Committee, written by Senator
Makek.ui bo incorporated In thu bill
I "This Is not n oiiestlon fur iiolllles."
said t'diatur McCaithy. "If tlio men
employe.! bj. tho Hoard are to bo paid,
those employed by tho Mayor should
not bo forKtten. Thu precedent was
set In Hie llllo matter, and I see no
reason for makliiK a chiuiKo "
Tho amcndmeni to the Act as It camo
from thn House, nroWdcs that all men
In tho employ of tho City and County,
prior to Mulch 15, 11109, whether ap
pointed by the Hoard or by the Major,
shall recclvo pay. It also provides
that tho Mayor shall nppioro all do
mauds subliilltod for payment.
Tho amendment would probably
have been adopted at till morning's
session, but for the fact that Senator
ChllllnKU ortli wanted n copy of tho
mlnnilty leport before votliiK.
Them wuh practically no discussion
this afternoon. Coelho made tho mo
tion to amend tho bill nloiiK tho lines
laid down In tho minority report, nnd
vho motion passed without opposition.
Tax on Stock Transfers
Senator Maker camo forward with
n now iecmio pioposltlon. This time
ho Rae notice of his Intention to In-
tioduco a bill providing for a fixed
tax of 'i cents per share on all stock
transferred. Kvlilentlj there will bo
no illfferenco between the tax levied
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Tho Ilev. Chas, Dole's lecture on tho
ethical teachliiK on DiowiiIuk's poetry
nt Klloliiiua Ait I.eaKuo will bu isist-
poned In Monday evonliiK.
Mis. Wall h co Straiten attempts sui
cide while mentally unbalanced.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
LODAL CAPITALISTS PROVIDE $450,000 .'
"Work will bcKln on tlio Installation
of tho new automatic telephone sj'stem
In a cry short time. I return to Sail
Francisco today with the telephone
proposition floated except for minor
details. I found It lniiosslblo to deal
with some of thu San Francisco finan
ciers with whom I was associated on
account of conditions made by them."
This was thu statement mado by C.
J, Htitchlas this mornliiK previous to
his sallliiK on tho Siberia.
It means that the telephone deal has
been completed and within a very few
weeks operations will stnrt on the In
stallation In Honolulu of thu automatic
cyst cm with wires underKruiiiid.
Thu whole proposition has been
financed with local capital through tho
Hawaiian Telegraph and Telephone
Company which Is the now name- of
tho wireless telegraph company.
Hurglars visited tho homo of T A,
Ilurmlngham last evening during the
temporary absence of thu family It
appears that shortly alter 9 u'cloc).
Mr. Ilurnlagham strolled over to a
friend's house to witness n signature
to a document. Ho was nway about
nil hour and on his lettirn homo no
ticed a ladder testing against tlio side
of tho house, exactly under his study
window, Tho lad.ljr hud been carried
quite a considerable dlstunce, and tho
buiglar hud evidently had a look Into
thu room, but seeing thu light had re
turned tu terra llrma.
Tho front door was next tried and
opened with a skeleton key, the
housebreaker caiefully locking tho
door after hltn before getting to work.
All tho looms were ransacked and a
considerable sum of money and two
diamond pins weru taken. The robbery
wus a very impudent one as It was a
bright moonlight nlghC and neighbors
weru In the vicinity,
Mr. Ilurmlngham thinks that his
movements must havo been very closo
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Is it prooerly drawn up I Is
every little detail, every mi
nor point, clearly covered!
Let us confer with you
about your will. We make no
charge for a consultation.
The program for fluancluz thu tele
phone end of the deal provides for tak
ing up $250,(100 In slock and $2011,001)
In bonds. The bonds will bo under
written by a local sjiullcato and are
practically sulmcrllicd today. The
slock Is also neatly all taken up, some
beeiity flvo thousand dollars worth of
it belli;; lesom'd fur the Kcncial pub
lic If thu people want 'It.
The distinctive feature of this new
company Is that all tlio wires of the
by st em will be put underground In tho
city centers where the Induction Is the
most i-erloiu. The automatic has been
tested In nlany cities and proved a
The plans have In lew i system en.
tlrely Independent of tho present tele
phone system and there Is no proposi
tion of combination yet on foot so far
C. M. COOKE RETURNS
C. M Cooke arrived In tho !!
nan this morning from Kutial and
Is now at his homo on lleretanla
street in a condition that prom
ises n satisfactory return to
Mr. Cooke, accompanied by his
i 4- son Clarence and I)r I'utnani,
I - made the trip without becoming
exhausted and was very fortun
i nl In the perfibt weather that
- prevailed. Intimate friends who
called on him at his homo this
f morning were tor)- optimistic In
their predictions that perfect
rest will speedily bring Mr. Cooku -f
f back to his former health nnd en-
able him to leciimo business.
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
OPEN AFTE1 THEATER
Tho Alexander Young Cafo will bo
open every uu-nlng till further notice
after the Lilliputian and other shows
aro over. Refreshments nnd nfter-tho-utro
suppers will bo served in good
PINEAPPLES ! !
PAPAYAS ! ! !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
. JUST RECEIVED.
J. Hopp & Co..
185 KING ST.
OLD GRAB BILL IS
Kinney Would Boost the
Salary List 0!
ARE WORTH $75 A MONTH
Appropriations for Kapiolani Girls'
Home and Salvation Army Are
Recommended in the
The old "gran1 bill" over which the
House fought for weeks last session
and which wus finally pruned of Its
most vlsclous features, has aguln
risen to the surface this session, nnd
more trouble was In slaht. It wus In
trod need this morning by Heprosenta
tUo lluol Kinney, In the shaio or a
bill tu boost thu salaries of nearly nil
tho officers of tho City and County of
Honolulu, notwithstanding tho fact
that economy has been preached In the
Legislature oer slncii "thu session
Kinney Is content to leave tho sal
ary of Mayor Fern at Its present fig
ure of 3lM)0 per. bat his bill pro. Ides
that thu Supervisors shall draw down
, 175 a month Instead of their- nresent
$50. Tho ghcilff Is fvn a lift of 125
u iiiuiiiii. inu uuy ana v-ounty urorK
Is to get 12100 a jear Instead of $1800;
thu same with tho Auditor. The sal
ary of the City, and County Attorney Is
shoved nil to $3660; that of tho Troas
urer to 12100. Down the lino of dep
uty sheriffs there are corresMimling In
creases In salary. Thero Is trouble In
sight over this bill.
Let Everybody Talk.
The threo bills Introduced by Illce,
numbers 88, 89 nnd 90, all relating to
thu tinning oer of the district courts,
Jails and hospital to the counties, the
Health and Police Committee, to uhlch
they had been referred, thought of
such special Import to tho House that
they should be generally discussed In
Committee of tho Whole, and tho com
niltteo so recommended Tho repot t
wus adopted, and tho bills placed on
thu calendar for the afternoon session.
$20,000 for Qirls' Home.
Thu Health and Police Committee
lost week mado a personal lusectlon
of the Kapiolani Girls Horn at Kallhl.
and found tho buildings In such a di
lapidated condition that It recommend
ed thll not less than $20,000 bo appro
priated for Hie erection of now build
IngB. "Tho Sisters," said tho report,
"aru doing a good dout of charltablo
work and oven more than should be
expected of them. Wo think tho Clov
er.nmcnt should provide anyway weather-proof
buildings, and so nicomineiid."
Money for 8alvatlon Army.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., March 0
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s.
JJ-1' mtv. 4.18 cents. Previous
quotation, 10s. 3d.
lThe " Popular Boys
are the ones who work for us, and
,who are always prompt in the deliv
ery of parcels and messages. Try
I them. Call 361.
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
ROSSIA TO CL
WASTTTUflTON TV P MqvM. ft
Russian Government will make Vladivostok a closl poit
OYSTER BAY, Long Island, Match 9. The members of c::-Prcsidcnt ,''
Roosevelt's family will sojourn in Itily during Mr Roosevelt's Africnu &,
trip, ff- -
MEXICO CITY, Mmdco, March 0 President Zelava will call a con
ference of noighboriii" States to ins iro peaco Jn Central Amcricn.
Johnson Is Willing
VICTORIA, B. C. March 0.
here today. He tays lie is willing
Tornado Kills Thirty
BRINKLEY, Ark., March 9. Thirty people were killed today and
a million dollars' damage done to property by a tornado that swept this
EARTHQUAKES NEAR LISBON
LISBON, Portugal, March 9. Earthquake shocks were experienced
today in Minho Province.
m i i
GEORGE OLIVER F0 RSENAT0R
HATlTtTK'RItRri Vn MnrM. O n.nm. ni;- .,,...... i.i.-.i.
and capitalist, was today nominated
4ti 4 adjiAAf TTmi4aJ C&4a F. ua
mic vj uu.ciu uimcu arnica ocnaicr Jvncx,
KAWAII ANI PILES
UP ON THE ROCKS
One Man Loses Life When
Little Sloop Goes
Thu little schooner Kawnllanl,
which plys around tho coast of Uahu,
cnrrylng rice, pol, etc., Is wrecked on
thu rocks on Aloknpu near Kaneoho
Olio of tho crow, a Korean, was
drowned. It appears that tho little
craft wus beating her way up the coast
when thu wreck occurred Theru was
a dead calm and a heavy undertow
was running. The crow took lo a small
boat mid when close tophuie were
ft fa ontinm.rr.l 4n.ini fl.nt 4...
J sck Johnson, the prizefighter, arrived' :i
to fieht Jeffries, !
by the Republicans of hc Legisla-
picked up by n wave and dashed on
tin rocks, nil th men Pi-log thrown
into the Alitor Two nnthes mid mi.
Korean le.iched the shore na'cl, but
tho fuiiith man, a Korean, disappeared'.
Doing unable to swim It Is thought
that Ik whs dingged out to re.i by 4
Doputj sheriff IVank Pallia detnlled
Olllcer L. Jones to Iho scene of the
wrick, mid tho latter has kept lu
touch with Alex Howselt agent for
Captain Sam, who owns iheUchooncr
The small boat has been irrntcrod
but the s.illor'H body has not been
toen. The Kuwnllaiit Is hard and fast
011 tho lockB, but tho owners hope to
pull lur oh at high tll!
Thu Kiiwalkml Is n boat of twenty
nvo tons, nnd a capacity of fifty long.
Sho lirul no rnrgo on board and Is eon
heuuently not drawing much water. II
is piohahlo that she will bo got oft
the locks homo time todnv or tonuir
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icei ury wtin a pair 01 our
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They are the kind that have
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ders filled ,n the same day ie-ceived.
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