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VOL. XI. NO. 4201.
RAISED TO $1500
Hous3 Passes Cohen's
Bill After Hard
MUCH TIME WASTED IN
V0CIFI KUUS ORATOBY
Sheldon's Broken-Bottle Measure Is
. Cause of Much Eloquence.
Enabling Act -Goes
Twenty-Fourth Day Monmvi Sc.slon.
Itcpiuscnlullvc Collin's lr!! ' lining
llm Income tuxt'Xcinplliili lo $ 1 GOO
p.ir.Fud Hut House this morning after u
luttil light, ilnrliit' which C'uliuu made
lino f Iho strongest speeches or tlio
fcbbIoii. It was In ninrltril contrast to
lunch or llm drivel Hint c-uisiitnes ho
iiiiich of lite time of tin) lower tlinin
licr. ninl appeared in ho unusually ef
fective, sticral vnFcilhitlnj; mombers
being swung nwr miiii tlio Hldo, fiiMir
lug Uiu pucaagc or t lie Mil. Kiilolnpti,
who linil declared himself favorable to
Hid measure, performed lilti custom
ary double baiik-handnprliu; ti tut land
(d with tliu oppUHlllon when Hie vuli
Tlio IffiiiHu ypent Hindi of tin- ni'iin
lllg wrangling over the questlon-of the
passago of Sheldon's hill prohibiting
llm strewing of broken glass, tacks,
tin runs. He. Ill Hid public lilglitrii)
Homo of Hie members iipiie.iieil to
leai' dial Millie (infty tin;; was eon
eenled III llm wry obvious nieiiKiin
ninl tliu leeordH for Inanity worn nil
lnokeii by Home of Hid lirllll.int
speichos made. Tlie enllil. good i-otif"
lli.il ihnractcilzod Hie etiilv d:s of
till! session has lied mid liollilni; soeuir
In lie too weird or Inipmlialile foi
Milne of Hie members to do or sax
Till) Domncnitlo lepreseiilnlUes me
especially distinguishing tliriiiH-lvis In
IIiIh lino. though I hey me aldy iihhIm.
nl liy one or two uli were olcclcd on
Hie ltcpiihllc'iu ticket.
One of tlio host examples n' wild and
u el nl hills yel Inlroihieeil Ih Hint eo
, routed yosloiibiy liy Kalelniii mid
paKioil lod.i) on leronil rending, which
prmidos Hint only felon klniU of Iced
Ilsh may bo Mild In Hie Terr'lory. The
Mil would illlike It u violation of Mir
law In coll or expose foi sale nystor.s,
(Continued on Pace, G)
SUGAR GOES UP
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal Marclt 17.
SUGAR: 90 degree Centrifugals. 3.02
cents or $78.40 per ton. Previous
n uotation. 3,885 cents.
Wc give you the opportunity of having the woild's
greatest Tailors make youiuit to your ntcacurc from cloth
you select yourself.
"Benjamin Clothes" ,
urc famous the worjd over for their stylish cut, their ex
clusive tastcfulncss, and the fine quality of cloth that goes
into them. Stop in, and soe some of them at
. -LIQUOR BILL
Measure Goes Through 'Upper Chamber With Only
Four Opposing Votes Entire Morning Session
- Given Over To Discussion Quinn Lines Up
With Advocates of License Law Amendment
Ity li Mile of II to I Hie Winn ninl
Menus ("oiunilll- iiipim .' pawed
Illicit leading hi I'l Smm' HI- i Kirn
No llll'UHtlH! Which Iiiim eonio up
tills rpwlon lias ciiiihciI ono-lialf tlio
niKiuncut wliloli Kieetpil tlio liquor
Mil, tlio entlri) foienooii Hemloil 1)0
liiB KlM'ii up In deuntliiR tlio pro
SenaloiK JIiioio ninl .McCarthy led,
tliu fnrcps of tlWKo wlm wutiteil to
ni'iciid tin present law, while 1'reH-
Inert Cirlth tinned tlio Clialr over
to VI w 1'ieibldellt Knlniua and clip
lulnt'd tl.o inliortH of tlio opponlllon.
Quinn's Stand1 '
Senator Qui mi, whoso i-land on
tlio llipior Iilll li"K been llm mOiJoct
of coiiHldcrnlilo Hpeeiiliitlou, runic nut
MEN BARRED OUT
Are Not Included On
Jap Committee of
In order In hIiiiw their M'peilor In
llueiien In , tin .lap'iue-e eouiniuull.
the sympathizers with Hie Nlppu .IIJI
Hie nrir-iu or I tin laiiunM llli!li-Wi;e
AKMiel.illou, last Mo'iilay nli;ht sut
( ceded In K-i-eplllU the follouem oT He
llaw.iil Hhlnpo rriitu laldir.: pan in the
entertainment and rccept'on of the
ollleers and men of the .lap-mono ciuls
eis, Snjii mul Abo, lo .:'rixo here
A inccllnx vas held last Monday
llUllt I' l the .llipaiieso Scliool-lionso oil
Nuiintui streel, to dlseiiSH tho feailhll
liy of entertaining Aduilial lehljl and
Hie ollleers mul mn -)t tho .llipaiieso
Maklno and Neprii-o. of Hie lllijh-
(Continued on Page 2)
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRIT. OR OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY,
1 Hi L r3L&&Hl&l
Lipiarely In f.ior of 'he emend".!
Tlio hill wan the. Iltut taken up on
llm order of Iho day, Senator Mourn
iuovIiik Hint It lie (uimldorrd xcctlon
by Kertlou. Thoro wim no olijccttoii
to tlio motion.
Tlio Civic Kcilcratlnn nnil Woni
nn'H Christ Ian Triuperiiiien Union
were both represented by t,tlouR del
egations In tlm vIsIIoih' gallery, uiiii
every liianeuver of either nldo wan
wiiIcIhmI with Intense Interest,
Section by Section
Tho flrt Kcvtlon of tlio hill to
cause iIIhciikkIoii wan that iPKtihitltiit
tho rnti'H for llipior lleeiiKi-H by Tm
rltorlal ilctdKiintlon, Itinteuil of by
postofflre cliiHidllcittlnii, ns under tho
present luw, Senator Medijrtliy
Cutler tho sueiessful operations of
Lieutenant Commander Moses, U S.
N captain of the navy aid, tlio
l'tiltcil Stales lransiort Iiriiii, which
bus been .ashore since Saturday ulKht",
was pulled off the leef last iiIkIH.
Sho Is now docked at the Oceanic
ivha i r, where sho Is takliiK on ll"n
tuns of coal preparatory lo proceed
Iiir on her Journey.
AeeorilliiK to tho olllclals of tho
Naval Station ami tho (luartornias
ter'a Department, tho sleanier sus
tained no damage.. Sho Is not le.il;
liiK, bit illvors will inakn another
oxaniliiutlon of tho steamer's bot
tom this afternoon In order that any
poKslblo damage may ho illscoveied.
I.loiileiiant Commander Mono,
who Ih lesponslhlo for tho re-lloatliiR
of tho l.opin, was tho recipient of
(Continued on Page 4)
The bcht time to nmkc your
WILL is NOW.
. The best way is to havo us
draw it up in proper legal
form without charge.
H- . .
I nl ii teil out In the Imitam-o of the
betel nl llalelwa, whlrli, Im-chiud iho
elahKllU'iitloii of Hi" pohlomYo at
Walalua has been raised lotho third
claim, Is now forced to pay inn IiIrIi ii
lleeiisc fco as Is' llm Alexander
VoiiiiR Hotel In this city.
He said that tho raise In' tlio clui
elllealluu of tlio Walalua poatomen
wa due not to Im rense In the pop
ulation, but to lncre7lio.il liusln-hM
with tho Jnpnneso of tlio district.
Smith Is Opposed
Senator Hinltli, who had In tlio
meantime descended to the floor,
then raiiRht the (Mialrnian'Heje. Bald
"As )ou know ' I am opjiowd to
any eluinRo In th- priwent lliiiwir
(Continued te Pugc 4)
BILL MUST WAIT
Effort To Pass Through
The opposition of Woods mid Itob
Iiihoii. In nbat tliuy terine'l "tho rail
roiidlur of tho iniiiilKrallon bill"
tin oiif.h tlm Senate, put n stop to 'any
action mi that measure by Iho upper
chamber this iiioriilnK, HioiikIi a stren
uous effort was made to pass tho bill
on thlnl reailliiR
Aftei tho llrpinr hill hail been ills
posed of, Senator ChlllliiRwortli nrosu
mid moved that tho rulex he suspend
ed, that tlm liiiinlKratlon hill iuIrIiI
then mid (hero piss Its third riiadliiK.
Hotilnsoii stated that ho had had no
ehiincn to study tho bill, that ho had
been promised data which had not
been furtlie Iiik, and that ho, fur one,
should nut oto on nnv measure, con
(Continued on Page 4)
PINEAPPLES I !
P A P A Y A S I ! !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
tj.-j. "njrl i m
.Best JUeal8 m A OWn
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH ORADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
, 185 KING ST,
MARCH 17, 1009. 10 PAGES.
' FRI1M MNIiRFSS
Kuhio Reviews Results
For Hawaii Last
INCREASED FEES FOR
UNITED STATFS JURORS
Added To This Is $23,000. Direct to
Treasury For Lighthouses.
Vast Pearl Harbor
I'Mitor K V f ii i n b it u 1 1 o 1 1 ii :
In spile of the support of tho Ad
ministration anil Speaker Cannon,
tho Mall Sulmlily bill has again fail
ed In the House. Kvcry posslblo 3f
fnrt was made lo rally a majority In
fiuor or Iho bill, but It failed by a
Mito of 171! to 175.
This repeated defeat of tlio sub
tidy policy by Congress, oven when
embodied In n very mild anil llirillcil
till. Indicates that there Is' no near
by transportation relief In sight for
Hawaii by that method.
In spite of some backsets that
have come to Hawaiian measures In
this session of Congress, tho results
are In other ways very gratifying.
A total of over 2. 300,000. has
L-een appropriated for Federal works.
In addition to tho considerable sums
for salaries, legislative expenses, lep
losy hospital, and similar current ex
penditures, The total for tlio vari
ous Kedcral works exceeds tho act
ual appropriations of last year, and
Is made up of tho following main
- Fortifications and acres-
I sorlcs It 17, SOP 00
.Marino barracks 18n.000.00
! Pearl Harbor e'liinnel. . . 600,000.00
! Pearl Harbor dry dock. . 200,000.00
'Pearl Harbor navy yard. 100,000.00
iSeaeoast Artillery quar
Cavalry post 200,000.00
(Continued on Page 2)
NEW SCHEME OF
Tlm tentative schema on which
tho members of tho Legislature
nro worklag to niako tho ex
penses of govo'iiuicnt como with
in the Income is published on
pages nine and ten of )!iIh Issue.
It shows Items roilurod, unices
combined and tho expense and
Inconu) distributed nu a new
bcheino between tho Counties
and tho Territory. Tlm recent
elliulnnlloii of tho Promotion
Committee Item Is believed to
havo originated from this new
plan that has been under discus,
slon among tho legislators.
ltne bet tnero 'n the house, are
to be had from us promptly frfr a
small fee above the usual price. Bet-
ter get the best there is.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 17. The tariff bill for the consider
ation of which Congress is assembled in extra session was introduced in
the House today and immediately rulcntd to the Ways and Moans Com
mittee, of which Congressman Payne is chairman.
The bill provides for a general revision of the tariff downwnrd,
there being maximum and minimum rates of duty on imports. An in
heritance tax is imposed and the Panama Canal bonds arc taken care of
by the issuance of Treasury certificates. There arc reeinrocity and draw
The measure is calculated to increase the revenue of the country
from forty to fifty millions of dollais.
The duty on refined sugar is reduced four onc-liuiuireiuns oi ono
per cent, per pound. Coffee and leather are free.
The duty on steel, lumber, and iron is cut about onf-half. The duty
on lemons is increased a quarter of a cent. A limited amount of sur.ar;
and tobacco is to be admitted ftec fiom the Philippines.
lino I nihoiri issod
Ullc buOdll Mi!
HAVANA. Cuba, March 17. One man has been killed in the out
break at Vueltas.
With her pahiongors decorated with
tela In commemoration of SI Patrick's
Day, tho Matsnii liner lllloi.liu. Cap
tain Johnson, arrived today from Sail
Francisco with twenty-one passengers
for thli. port.
Captain Johnson and the ollleers of
tho liner wero llkowlso bedecked wllh
lels and they and tho passengers were
tho center of attraction un 'by stood
Army Supplies To
Be Purchased Here
Local dealers will hale an oppor
tunity to supply fuel and forage to
the Army posts hern during tho Voni
Ing year. Captain Moor N. Falls, t'.
S. Army, Depot Quartermaster, has
Itsued a call for tenders.
Tho supplies called for In the len
ders are "fuel, forage, straw, mineral
nil, blacksmith's coal, charcoal, fuel
nil, and gasoline." The notice stipu
lates that bids shall cover such qiiau
titles of tho nbovii articles as shall
In "required in tho different mili
tary posts at Honolulu and on tho
Island of Oahu during tho year end
ing Juno .10, mm."
All tenders, which must ho In tlio
form of sealed proposals, must ho In
tho hands of tho depot quartermas
ter, in triplicate, not later than 10
o'clock on tho morning of April 1
I 1 MIL
k i if
PRICE 6 CENTS.
nil the ib el. A.niniie. the arrivals 1:1 ,
hero weie Hun. mid Mm John ti.
Woollev who eaiue here to reliilltt ,'
P'Tiiiaiionth. They wero met at Iho t
wharf by Mr. llosmer of tlio Fiintiry
lluroau: 1.. S. ('onnesi, formerly of &
Honolulu; Mr. and Mrs. I.. D. Kellogg,"
Mr mid Mrs. 1. V. Ciimirlo, mid C,'
llnhertfon. mil of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo'
Itobertson of C. llrower & Co., wero.
among the oilier passengers.
The Hllonlan brought for Ibis orj
Sinn urns oi general car;n aim i.i.
lings of mull
An engineer company .it Fort do
Hussy, nfiill battalion of Infantry at
Fort Shatter, and two complete aquait:
Ions of eavalrv at Lcitehiia. In nihil.
Hon to the various staff and head-j
quarters forces on tho Island, bring';
tho total number of persons, to bu
t.iippllcd iieiordlng to tho terms lit
tho call, up to a goodly figure.
Furago must not only bo sitllleleiit
for llm COil cavalry horse at Lef-'
lehiia, but must also supply tliu en
gineer!!' horses, tho quartermaster's
fctock, mid all other , transportation
animals hearing tho II. S. brand
which Uncle S.uu places on his Army;
Soinn tlmo ago the Merchants' As
sociation forwarded a request to tho
authorities, asking that as many sup
piles as possible bo purchased hcto.
Tho rail for tenders Is tlio result.
A Matter of
When a man buys a pair of shoes,
he wants to get his money's worth.
Our II P 11 A M line is honest
nil the way through.
are classy and stylish shoes for young
men. Come in and sc some of them.
Manufacture' Shoe Co.
-gii' "-J tuiu oi.tif.bx
1051 FORT ST.
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