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10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1909. lb PAOES.
VOL. XI. NO. 4250.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOTE on IMMGRAT
frtMCFDVATlriM AMn IMMIHD ATlAMIBiLL would jolt
lAl JJM ?n I iln mil immiunn 1 ivn COMMISSION TAX
TAX PASSED BY GOOD MAJORITY
Tlio Ilniiso thin afternoon passed tlio
Immigration tux hill on tlilril lending.
Kniiiuhti nrguoi: I lie qiiistlnu fiom
a Democratic standpoint Ills vltiwa
WCIO tllU 8111110 I1H lllOSO of Kuloloptt, mi
alleged Hepiibllcan. Itc took tlio
Krounrl tlmt If tlio sugar plnntorB
would Hpcml tliclr iinftioy to rnlso
Wages IllHtunil of spending It to bring
In more cheap lalior, they could get nil
lliu workmen tlioy want right lu-ri.
In support of tho measure, ami Cohen
nml Kalotupu against It. Kalelopu,
ppparuiitly, boliiB already committed
to tlm merits of tlio 1)111, could nut
attack It on IciBlral grounds, nml
therefore tiled to Kill It by technicalities.
Cohen not only vigorously attacked
iim i. in iiH.iir. hut also n.i tl his re
"Wo are trying to Americanize una ,B ,,, l0 r vtauiels, iio, ho
Territory. It seems lo mu inu by'sij, ,. , , ., i , -,,,, i i...
way to do tlut would bo to upend that ' nUnmte. , are trying to conttol lot
Jtnil.OCO paying our citizens who mo ! Watlon for their own benefit ns up
wnlklns the st i vet b without work. If posed to thut of the rest of the In
tho llnwallan.i weio paid Rood wages I liabltanlH or Hawaii. Ho called upon
tlioy would work fur tho plantations. , the Hawaiian members to thiow off
1 do not see nny lipiiofll In till bill to,10 )ou ,)t tm, planters and stand
tho citizens, and 1 do not see why tho
planters mu trying to bring Immi
grants hero lo inluro tho citizens.
Shingle nrosu to icply to Kalelopu
and hnmnhil. To Kalelopu s question
crs bcliiB Castro, Hlce, nnd Shlnglctlon's conservation and Immigration tho House. Thlr, ror sonio peculiar
hill was taken up on thrd reading, reason, woiint invalidate tno law it u
with n vigorous right browing. A limn- woie enacted. "This lilll hn3 no bind
her of tho financiers and sugar plant- hoss before this House, it Is u direct
crs were present In the Ballery mix-1 Iolntlnn or the Organic Act."
lously waiting to seo what would hap- Peltltoccjing Tactics,
pen to tho measure. These Included -The honorable member Is Just try
E. I). Teliney, Potrle, .1. 1. Cooko. 'i,,,. t c, the Issue." s.ild Hlce. "The
It. 1). Mead and others. Tenney and 'journal of tlio House will show that
Cooko ocrup) Iiir n seat near tho n,H ,IU was Introduced In tho House.
8cakor'H plat fni in. passed llrst reading, was referred to
Castro moved that tho hill pass third , the Ptlntlng Committer, printed and
rending. retailed to the, Agrleultiiral Commit-
Kalelopu wns nn his fiet at one-'. tee. Yesterday that commltteo re
"Yesloi day I Bave a warning word, and ported, leconimor.dliiR the passage of
I lopoat It today," ho said. "U you
press n vote todiv on this hill, it will
meet with defeat" His principal ob
jection was fnut tho Seimtu bill had
been introduced In the House nml both
tho Senatn and IIoiisu hills were boforu
up In suiiort or the rights of their
luiibtltuents to legislate for the
whole people nnd not mcioly for. a
handful of sugar plaVitcis. If tho
whether there Is not euuiigh lalior planters were honest, he said, they
heio already. Shingle, road the Elate- would use tliclr $300,000 for the pur
ulent mndo by II I). Tonney Monday ,,0H0 of ralsliiB wages In this Tcrrl-
llltflit to IliA nffop flint ttw. ttilmi- nit. M . - . .... . ,
itory instead or lo nriiiB m iiunn-
nlglit, to tho effect that tho labor sit
uation Is n very gr.iut one mid Hint
moii) labor must bn obtained If the
plantulions are to remain prosperous.
Ho n Uo lead tho Gou-rnor's statement
mndo on the sumo occnslon. In which
Ills Excellency raid that It Is abso
lutely essential for tho weUaio or ov
eiibody In tho Territory that Immi
grant bo brought to Hawaii.
"This Jnoiioy Is money wo novel
nnw hcfoio," Shlnglo urged. "It is a
special tax that Is coming out or the
sugar planters, mid If It weio not for
tho serious condition of the labor mar
ket, wo should not bo talking of it."
After Shingle llnUhed Coney moved
tho previous question, shutting off fur
Tho Mo was taken nnd the bill
passed by u vote or 111 to 11, tho mem
bers voting as follows:
Yes Alfonso, Carlcy, Cnstio, Coney.
Corresi, Douthltt, Kurtndo Hiuldy, Kn
manoulii, Knwanwna, l.oim, Mnkekau,
Moaiinull, NukaPka, Mci , Sheldon,
Shingle, Wnlwalohi, Mr h cakerHi.
No Cohen. Illhlii KnUlopu, Kama.
Knmiihu, Kaulho, Kawewelil, Koala
waa, Kinney, I.lko, Nnwahiuo Jt
Tho Administration measure,
known ns tho ((innervation and Im
iiilgiutlon bill, the most Important
that has been liitiodiKed In tho Leg
islatuic during tlio luesent session,
Is now struggling ror Its llfo In the
House, and its fale will probably bo
decided this afternoon. It enmo up
for final action this morning nnd Im
mediately became the subject of n
bitter attack, Its principal opponents
being Cohen mid Kalelopu.
The best debate that probably has
oer taken plate in tho lower House,
both from n logical nnd oratorical
standpoint, ensued, tho leading speak
the bill, Let's get donii to tho Issue
on His merits or tho bill."
Would Kill the DIM.
Kalelopu denied nny Intention or
clouding tlio Issue hut said the bill
(Continued on Pace 6)
Six Hundred Dollars The
Amount Named In
I a Ya O I J i a
I U Up W uf w
JUVENILE COURT ACT
IS PASSER IN SENATE
District MAgistratea Must Be Attbr-ncjs-at-Law,
Though Smith Op
poses Provision in
MOORE LIQUOR BIUJJIJDGE KEPOIKAI
i;rtintH from outsldo who would mere
ly tend to cheapen labor.
Catt.o mndo what was probably
the hc-,1 sptccli ot his lire, In sup
loit or the bill, arguing, ns he al
ways does, from the standpoint ot
tho poorer people who aro his special
proteges. Hlce nlso made n ringing
nddress, warning tho Hawaiian mem
bers not to he carried off their feet
by the fallacies nthnnced by Cohen,
nnd urging tho pnssngc of tho hill
ns calculated to benefit not only, the
plantations hut nlso the whole peo
ple, for, ho said, the prosperity ot
Hawaii depends upon tlio prosperity
of tho sugar interests.
ICnlelopu's argument was bused up
cn tome obscure Idcn that tho bill was
not propel ly Intioduced und there
fore the Income tax would not he e-i
gul ir passed. Nobody seemed nblol
lo make out Just what he was driving )
lit, but ho worked himself up Into u,
grc.it state of excitement and wnrned
the supporters of the hill that if
they Insisted upon u vote, It would
bo kil'ed He wns flnnlly overruled
by the Speaker nnd subsided for tho
time being, (hough It Is understood
that ho will renew his attack this at
teinoon. His chief objection to tho
measure seems to bn that nobody hnd
it ihnuce to earn u few honest dollars
by translating the hill, although It
Is tlio same as the hill Intioduced In
tho Senate by Senator Knudsen.
Shingle still had the door at 12
o'clock, and tho further considera
tion of the hill went over until 2
It wns 10:40 when the ndmlnlstra-
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Tho Monro liquor bill was this
nflcrnolin laid on the table until
Match 27 by tho Senate. Piesl-
dent W. O. Smith hlmseir took
f the lloor In opposition to tlio bill,
and snld that he would nut be do-
lug his (lutv ns n Sonntm did ho
-f not woik ngnlust any movement
f to amend tin existing liquor laws,
f Senator FYilr"!il!d or Kniinl also
- mndo a strong talk against tho
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"American Sugsr advanced i per
This cablegram was received thU
morning by the Ilenry Wnterhouso
Trust Company fiom 1M I'ollltz In San
This has refeienco to the o.uotntl(
lu Now York on tho stock ot tho Amer
ican Sugar Itellulug Company and
demonstrates the popular coutldcnro
In tho "ftunouncoment made that tho
sugar schedule of tho tariff will not bo
changed In tho new tariff law to ho
I rained at tho extra session of Con
Sugar securities aro all strengthened
(u tho basis Of this news.
Senator I'crklns makes strong fight
Tor law leipi'ilng half of navy being
kept on tho Pacific const
Is it prooerly drawn up? Is
every little detail, every mi
nor point, clearly covered!
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Alleged Scheme On Foot
To Save Head Of
Km nar Judgo Kcpulkul for tux its
sessoi of Maul and Kiinewn to re
turn to Onhil, where ho will bo taken
This Is the lattftt reported deal said
to ho on tlio hoards ror the purpose of
SHVing Treasurer A. J Campbell's of
Campbell Is clearly shied for the
nxo among u good number of Heiialorj
Tho hasls ob his tronhln ilsles Imrlc to
Should a bill, introduced In the
Senate tills morning by Senator Cool
ho, be enacted into a law, nil tiler
ihandlao brokers, doing business In
this city, will be forced to pay a
j early license of inoo.
Under the guise of commission brok
ers, many Japanese II sh dealers have
from tlmo to time transacted nn auc
tioneer's business, nnd it is to put n
stop to this practice that tho Maul
Senator has Introduced his bill, placing
all commission merchants on tho samo
basis as auctioneers.
In response to n rcqilest. from Cool
ho, Trcnsmcr Campbell furnished tho
Maul Senator with u list of iiersons
doing business In this cltv under coin
mission merchants' nnd auctioneers'
llconsctt. Tlio ropurt shows tlmt one
auctioneer In this city Is paying n li
cense roe or $000 a year rot tho prlv
Hedge or carrying on his business.
Investigations conducted by Coolho
on his own account, have, ho claims,
shown thut there nro many Japanese
fish dealers who, day after day, aro
auctioning off their wares, though ac
cording to tho rcort of tho Treasur
er, tlioy have licenses as commission
A lesoliltion, tnt-vlnced In tho Son
nto by Coi-lho, calling lor Information
legnrdlng the manner In which llsh
ils handled, brought forth tho lufuruu-
,1, . iimo wneu no ncieu in a manner , that a9 far ns tho TrcBSiircr know,
said to bo arbitrary In dealing IH' ,hotl, 010 viuIMIona or tho license
uouinsou, now . .. i.-i,... i,ii,.p.i i i,v .ini,.,n,.
Tux Assessor T.
Senator Itoblnson fiom Maul. Since
that tlmo there has deieloped the
statement that the liquor Interests mo
ufter hint, but this is of ery recent
origin and Is mcr-.-ly Incidental nt best.
The 'claim Is made that tho friends
of Campbell belPno they will paciry
tho Mnul opposition and very much
strengthen the party If Kopolkni Is
given nn office. It Is presumed that
Kepolkal will bo able to call oft tho
opposition to Campbell's confirmation
supposed to center in the Maul dele
gation, No oiio will talk. Tho whole thing
Is one of thoso Hitlcal rumors except
for the knowledge that there Is n gteat
big nxo nut for Campbell.
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The bill Introduced this morning, by
putting ull commission merchants on
the same plane us auctioneers, is cal
culated to put n stop to tho auctioning
of llsh, or other commodities, by thoso
who, under tho guise of commission
dealers, aro escaping tho payment of
such license fees as nro Imposed upon
The toxt or Coolho's bill follows:
"lie It Dincted by the. Legislature of
tho Territory or Hawaii:
"Section 1. Section 1418K of Chap
tor 102 of tho ItoUscd Laws of Hawaii
(Continued on Page 6)
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BEETS: 88 analysis. 10s. 4l-2d.
Parity.. 4.10 cents. Previous quota
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HIL0, Hawaii, March 11. A terrific rainstorm has swept North Hilo'
and along the Hamakua coast. -
The Laupahochoe bridge is washed out and a piece of the pall slipped
down upon and blocked the road. ,
Bridges near walkamilo and Pacaaloa arc washed out. '
Henderson, the storekeeper at Ilonohinu, near Hakalau. reports that
twelve inches of rain fell in twelve hours at that place
WASHINGTON. D.C. March 11. President Tuffs message to tho
extra session of Congress called for Monday will deal exclusively with
the tariff and means for raising revenue.
B H O
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 11. The Coart of Anneals for the
District of Columbia has modified th? dc-sicii which committed Presi
dent Gompers and other labor leaders to nrison. but litis sustained the
points relating to the boycott and bHckli'lmg, holding them to be illegal.
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DIRECT PRIMARY FOP. CALIFORNIA
SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 11. The Assembly has paired the di
rect primary bill.
CONFEDERATE T0RPED0B0AT RAISED
NEW ORLEANS, Ln March 11. The first torpedoboat constructed
bv the Confederacy in the Civil War will be raised from the bed of Lake
Pontchartarin, where it has lain since the war.
FEAR BREAD FAMINE
EL PASO, Texas, March 11. Fearing a bread famine, Mexico will
suspend the duties on wheat.
Ono hundred ot Undo Sam's troop-'
irs, fully armed and equipped came
Into town .mil t ok possessi u of the
quartcrmiutir's torral this inninlng I
I J.cimrts of d!tocl.nrs tit California
wluc rctociatlun show business has
I il ( u imm! sline prohibition movement
l-tandard oil fine limited to $72O.Q0!
by ruling of Judge on milt or olTciiise
being hcttlomuit nn; not carlo.til. , -
Oraft cry raised In Ilerkoley on ac
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MAYOR PLANS TO
Will Carry City's Aloha
Major Kern Is planning to pay a
visit of ceremony to Captain I-ewes
of the Ilrltjah cruiser Cnmhrlan,
As this is the first time that a for
eign wiushlp has ilBlted Honolulu
since the Incorporation of tho City
nnd County, Ills Honor had no prece
dent to go b). hut ufter ImcstlBiit
fng tho pinitlcc In other cities, ho
has come to the conclusion that It In
the proper thing ror him to extend
n welcome to tho Ilritlsh Captain on
behnir or the City nnd County or Ho
nolulu (Continued on Tage 5)
I'nii fiot tliirtv da on tho roer rot"
hitting tho booze too hard. Judgo Au
di ade attended to Pun's trouble.
At the Police Coutt this morning
Mrs Ah Sun was tilled (100 for selling
liquor wltltiut n license
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