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VOL. XI. NO. 4202.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1909,-8 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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HOLSTEIN ORDERS ARREST OF ALL L
COELHO FISHERIES BILL IS
lly ti tote (if S to 7, CocIIio'h Mil,
cloning tlio sen fisheries of Ilnwnll In
nil hut citizens, (ir Mii-an eligible Id lie
rotuc citizens, passed llilnl rc-adlm; In
(lie Senate thin afternoon
Tho vote mi tho incamiic wim na fcl-
NEW TARIFF ON
COFFEE AND PINES
Washington, March IS, 1909.
GOVKItXOlt I'llCAIt. Ilnnolltlii:
Ways ami .Menus Committee reported ravorahto Tnrlft lilll.
Proposed tariff on sugar, icnncd, ono (lullar nnil ninety comIh
from one dollar and nlncty-llvn cents. I'incif pploK, eight dollars
per thousand, liicrenscd from Hoven. Hides, freo. CoHco free
from countrlcH wlilrli do not collect 'an export duly; In such In
stances tho same ntuouut will ho Itnpir-cd on Imports to United
The delall in this en Mo of cip"ll local InlercKl In tho
lefcrenen to toffee and pineapples. The Increase for pineapples
Ih quite satisfactory and liclpH tho hs-al Industry. The imposl
t ton of diillcn on cotTco .'nun countries that Itnpo'iii export du
ties will strike particularly al llrall, which Impanel an export
tax of f i om one to tin co tetitii a pound on Kh coffee, the gi eater
portion of which goes Into tho American market.
BILL STILL WAITS
Senate Grants Further
Time To Doubtful
25th Day Horning Session.
Hy unanimous lonseut the Scnnlo
toted to defer action on tho Immi
gration Hill until Thuisday next,
when tho measure was luought up
on third reading this morning.
Tho llrst motion was to defer until
the 27th; this was lost, however.
Senator McCarthy, who opposed tho
llrst motion, urosc and explained that
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Ayes linker, llrowii, Coelho, l-'nir
rlilhl, McCarthy, Moore, HuhliiHon,
Nook Chlltliigunrth, Harvey, Knud
sen, Makckuu, Qiilim, Smith ntiil Ku-limin.
ho was In favor of deferring action
If xomu of the Senators wanted moro
time, hut that ho had voted ngnlnst
Hiich action, because ho had heniil It
rumored that tho "llrjunr ring" would
opposo the ineamire. Said he:
No Liquor Opposition
"I am in favor of this measure,
and personally I should like to have
ft pass third leading right hero. How
ever, if homo of the Senators wnnl
more time to consider tho matter, I
lielleve that wo should accede, to
Two petitions, one. signed hy -118
olcrst nnil tho other hy fifty-four
Miters, opposing tho Immigration
Hill, weio read. The reason given
for the oppoillloii wns tho statement
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SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Mar. 18.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 10s. Gd
Parity, 4,21 cents.
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FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Speaker Holstein Will Not Allow Liquor or Anti
Liquor Propogandists To Worry Members
Moore Bill Threatened With Death In House
25th Day Morning Session
This statement was sent down hy
Speaker Holstein to the press Initio
this morning, mid was followed la
ter hy n verbal declaration hy thn
Speaker In which ho cmpliRslzrd his
intention of causing the nrresi mid
ejectment of any lohhylst who may
nttcni to Invade tho House,) bo ho
liquor or untl-llmior man.
Tills applies equally to members of
tho Anti-Saloon League, tho Civic
Federation, the V. q. T. U mid to
icprcfoiitntlvcs of tho liquor inter
ests. Tho llouso feels uhlo to trans
net its own business its own wrty
without being aided or botheled by
Inip'Ttiinalc outsiders who would In
fluence the unions of the members.
Ixihliylbta will pleaie keep off tho
The passage a few ilnyti ago of tho
resolution authorizing the sergeant-nt-nrins
to arrest and eject from the
Houeo nil lolibyhts Invading the sa
cred precincts, gives tho Spcakdr u
MEN SAYS RUMOR
Road Supervisor Charged
Complaint Is being made that lload
Supervisor Wilson Is laying off work
incut that Cummins hired in wholocalo
lots. Several of tho Jobless ones Imvo
lodged thulr complaints with members
of tho Hoard or Supervisors, and It is
not unlikely that some action may ho
taken at thu next meeting or that body.
In discussing the maltur today one
member of tho Hoard said:
"I liciiid minors that Wilson had
been discharging load employees sev-
eial dayH ago, but when I questioned
Supervisor McClcllan In regard to tho
luport, ho denied It. Since then 1 have
heaid so many other complaints that It
seems not Improbable that McClelliin
Tho hist time to mako your
WILL is NOW.
The best way is to have us
draw it up in proper legal
form without charge,
"1 liust the press or Honolulu will notify the lobbyists
who nro for or against tho Senate l.lquor Hill whlrh Is now
In the House to keep away from the House. I know It is a
son ire of annoyance to the members of tho House to he button
holed to listen to tho plnlnllvo pleadings or nnti-saloon lobby
ists. "I shall enforce the llouso resolution providing for tho
arrest of anj lobbyist who may bn found on the lloor of tho
House. The House Is not controlled hy any whiskey trust, nolth
er do tho members want to ho atslstcd hy ntiy anti-liquor commit
tee. When the proper time urrlves for tho consideration of tho
liquor measures, tho American piyple will llnd tho llouso, nnil
especially the Hawaiian members, ready to send forth their do
tree for Hie honor nnil gisjd name of Ilnwnll nel,"
whip ready lo his hand mid bn In
tends to use It.
The SH'nkvr'H statement was
hi ought forth hy tho transmittal from
the Senate to tho Homo this morning
or tho Liquor Hill par.sed yustunl is hy
tho imper body.
Whllo no oMclal announcement con
cerning the probable action on the hill
Is iiiado hy the Speaker, other than
that it will h referred to tho Klnnnce
ALAMEDA ON TIME i
Win. tl Irwin & Company, Ltd.,
ngentr., nro in receipt or tho rol
lowing wireless messago from the
Alameda Mnrch 17th. 8:25 p. in..
"Four hundred and fifty miles
f lino weather Diamond Head (i.3U
a m. 90D tons fll cabin lti steer-
CONCERT AND DANCE
AT MOANA TONIGHT
Following a concert hy tho Iloynl
Hawaiian Hand, thoro will ho a ilnncn
tonight nt tho Monna Hotel, to which
visitors, guests of tho Moan a. and
townsiM'opIn, nro invited. Tho Monna
Hotel mid Its beautiful grounds Hre
f reoly open to visitors, and a. verv en.
Joyahlo tlmo Is In prospect for all who
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Cnniiulllco It Is n safe prediction, from
the general altitude of the members
and from statements made by them,
Hint tho l.lquor Hill will ho pmmptly
nnu cnecttteiy Killed,
Thcro wero only two hills on the
order or tho day this morning, nnil nc
tlnn on both or theso wns deforred.
A Concealed African.
Sciiatu 1IIII SI, providing for thu
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Sanders Will Explain
The Honrd of Investigation In con
sider tho stranding of the transport
Loenn. rnnvenoil nu luinnl .1.., llnSK
I house tender Kukiil this afternoon nt 1
Tho members of tho Hoard "nro!
Mnrston Campbell, Suiierlntendent of
Public Works; Lieutenant Command
er Moses. II. H N.r Cniiintii .Inhnmn
of tho Hiloalan, and Captain Wlllelt
in uiu uarK roonny Miicy.
uaptiiln Hammers, tho pilot, and Cap
tain Stlnsnn of tho transport Logan
will both bo called bfforo tho Hoard.
Cnptaln Falls, the local depot quarter
master, will also ha there.
The Hoard first took n crulso about
thn harbor on thn Kukiil. in m-.inr i.
ascertain what course, wns tnken by
me i.oKiiu, unuer inn pilotage or Cap
tain Bnunders, Ponding tho InvestlRa
Hon Saunders Is under husMnslun,
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WACtnNflTnW Tl P MncMi Id
u. vi, , v., 4auvit w, -.v t f-- ,....... ..... a.
pOSCd an inUtrnationnl immigration roufcrence,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mnrch 18. The Ways and Means Committee
majority has reported the Tariff Bill to the House The Democrats .nic
preparing a minority report that ma include an income-tax feature nnd
attack the schedules considered beneficial to the Steel and Lumber Trusts.
After $10,000 Ransom
SHARON, Cal March 18. The son of Jnmcs Whitln, a local ntt,or
ney, has been kidnapped and is hcP for n StO.000. raifsom.
For Military Service
BERLIN, Gcrinanv, March 18. Tlic Servians in Germany have
boen ordered home for military service.
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Mojeska Seriously Hi
LOS ANGELES. Calif., March 18. Mmc. Mojeska, the famous tra
gedienne, is seriously ill.
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MEMORIAL TO CLEVELAND
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 18. The memorial in honor of the late
Grover Cleveland was held today. Euloeics were nrescnted from Prrsi.
dent Toft, ex-President Roosevelt,
ana uovemor nugnes.
SOLDIERS AT PARI
PARIS. France. Miirch 18. Ths
ment is firm in its refusal to concede
dicra wilt distribute letters.
Metropolitan Meat ,'
Company Sells Out
At tho meeting of tho Metropoli
tan Meat Company, held this morn
ing, It was decided to ncrept the of
fer to purchuso made hy the gruzlers,
who hold the majority of the stock.
Tho purchase price Is said to he $7.V
000, nnd Is ror tho wholo plant or
tho company on King street, nnd
also includes tho slaughter house nt
TIia Ihlinn rvniornniMift lin nrn.
Chief Justice Fuller, Senator Root,
S LETTER CARRIERS
strike continues nnd flic Govern.
the demands of the strikers. Sol.
The old company will bo disincor
porated nnd it new one formed. Mr.
Waller will continue as manager of
the coin pa n . hut some minor changes
will prob,ibl he madli In tho staff.
The .Metropolitan Company does a
large Importing business and It Is be
lieved that thin brain h will be car
ried on as hefoie
The ranch owners will control tho
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