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14 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, 8ATURDAY, MA RCH 20, 1009. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. XI. NO. 4264.
TOURISTS ENTHUSIASTIC OVER VOLCANO
Tis Only Thine: "Bigger
Than Bulletin Circula
tion In Territory
VISITOR WHO HAS SEEN ALL
PROLONGS STAY AT KILAUEA
Very Pleasant Journey of Party fioin
Honolulu Lycurgus Took
, Splendid Care of All
J. II. Howell, who on Monday com
liletcil tlio II u 1 I o 1 1 n ' b popular
voting content, returned thin inorn
Iiik from u llyliiB trip to tliu Volcano,
lu-iomp.inicd byJils frlcml, II. Mclu
tlie, of San Diego, Caliroinln.
Mr. Howell kii)h hu Ih no author
ity on volcanoes iinil knows nothing
as to thu way they should net, but
It they a io (tit as active um Kllauru
nl the prevent time no one can have
nny reason to complain of not re
ceiving their money's worth, as the
trip U worth traveling thousands of
miles to see. The lava ut the pics
cut time Is within ninety feet ot the
Ho said there was n-parly of four!
teen who made the complete trip to
tlio crater and that It was one con
tinual round ot pleasure from start
to Mulsh; while tho weather was not
thu best, all were good-natured, and
after arriving at the Volcano Houjo
ever body donned their raincoats mid
thu women in the party mounted
mules und horses furnished by the
Hotel company, and tho men walked
to tho crater, n distance ot threo
miles, and on their arrival unani
mously declaicd 11 tho Riaudcst, and
most wonfferful Bight they uvcr wit
nessed. The party was especially
pleased with the hospitality of their
gonial host, Mr. D. I.yftirgun, mana
ger of tho Volcano lloitbe, who looked
lifter every want of tho party
served them lunches and meals to
suit their convenience.
The entire tilp was made without
u thing, "sovo One," to mar Its
pleasuie, and that one thing was tho
losing of Mr. Howell's camera, which
was blown Into the crater while ho
was taking n time-exposure, hut ho
sas he doesn't caie for the camera
K) much as ha does for tho photos ho
hud taken and wonders It tho picture
ho tool; of "ltalnbow Rills" will have
any effect on tho active crater. Ono
o( the members of the party, Uov. C.
H. Klslng, of Now York City, accom
panied by his wlfo and son, on a tour
of tho world, concluded after tho sec
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We give you the opportunity of Wiving- the world's
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you select yourself.
are famous the world over for their stylish cut, their ex
clusive tastefulness, an (ho flue quality of cloth that goes
into them, Stop in, unci see some of them ut
WHEN IS A WELL
Also Who Should Pay A
"When Is artesian water not arte
sian water?" N tho question that at
taches of the Public Works Depait-
ineut are asking themselves. If all
the water that comes nut ot an arte
sian well Is artesian Ivatcr, ran wa
ter rales bo collected on It or can
Tho whole problem has material
ized through tho unaccountable inn
(hlnntlons of Alexander Young's ar
Alexander Young Is the possessor
of an artesian well which has bou
gazed upon with ejes of longing by
many envious folk. Not wanting to
bo M'lllsli, ho has allowed koiiiq of
bis friends to enjoy tho privileges of
tho well, to tho great delight of the
Now, lest tho well should run dry,
ro the story goes, Mr. Young also had
water connections with tho city sya
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Says But Few Men Were
Let Out And Those
John II. WJIson, Ilond Supervisor
of Honolulu, stated emphatically this
morning that none of tho old em
ployes of tho road department liavo
been discharged for political reasons.
"Practically all tho old men are be
ing employed today," said Wilson,
"and out of thirty stablemen In Ka-
kaako twenty-six, I am told, uro Re
publicans. At least that was tho ie
port of my luna theie."
"Tho two pionilncnt men whom 1
have discharged are Captain Hlpa,
who had charge of tho garbage de
partment at Iwilel, and Sam Mary, a
limit." continued Wilson. "I dis
charged them because they did not
lepoit for work.
"After my appointment as Road
Supervisor was confirmed by the
lloaid, Muey never reported to mo
tor distinctions. Naturally. 1 took
It for granted that he did not like
in work. I ho did want wcrlt, ho cer
tainly should hnvo come around. I
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POUT AND 110'W, BT8,
PAY BILL PAST
Senate Adopts Beport
Of Ways and Means
OFFICE HOUR RESOLVE
STIRS UP DISCUSSION
Makekau Qoes After Medical Profes
sion When Coelho's Bill Comes
Up Reception Commit,
tee Is Named
Twenly-Seventh Day Morning
Tho workmen who went employed
on tho loads of Honolulu pending tho
decision of tho Supremo Court, will
pinbahly bo paid, despite tho vetoing
by tho Governor of tlio Ilrst bill pro-
ldlug for their remuneration.
Ily adopting the reisirl of the Ways
and Means Committee, the Senate this
morning passed tho now "Enabling
Act," House Illll No. 110, on second
lending. There was absolutely no dis
cussion. A motion was inndo to adopt
tho report ot tho committee; the mo
tion prevailed, and President Smith
announced that, under tho rules, tho
bill had passed second reading,
The proposed law provides that
thosrf "actually engaged In work" dur
ing tho time specified, shall bo paid.
This cuts out tho political apKiintees
who sat around and waited for tho Su
premo Court to decide In regard to tho
relative merits of tho rival claims to
Tho Ways and Means Commlttco
went Into tho matter very thoroughly,
before making any recommendation,
and secured a complete list of tho em
ployees who will bo nffected.
Two Weeks Vacation.
Scnnto Joint Resolution No. 1, fix
ing tho business hours of tho Terrl
torlal offices, though a very simple
remedy for an existing defect, on the
face of It, stlired up considerable dis
cussion, but It finally passed second
Tho resolution provides that all or
flee employees shall hnvo u vacation
of two weeks overy )enr, though It
gives tho Governor tho power to ex
tend tho leave should hu see fit.
Chllllngworth wanted to know If
Senator Kalrchlld weio In favor of
granting tho Governor Inci cased pow
er In such cases, and why he did not
leave tho authority In tho hands of tho
heads of tho departments.
"I do not know that I am prepared
to make a doflnlto reply to your ques
tion," lospnuded tho Kauai Senator,
but if you moan to ask If I believe
III centralizing responsibility, so that
this body will know wliero to look and
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The best time to mako your
WILL is NOW.
The best way is to have ui
draw it up in proper legal
foim without clutrge,
023 POUT BTKKET
Graziers Will Conduct
Thu affairs of the Metropolitan Meat
.Market are causing much speculation.
It appears that the graziers having
bought out tho whole plant, will con
tent themselves with conducting tho
nbbattnir and doing n wholesale beef
and mutton business The present
market im King ntuet will !, run b)
it new com pan y and will attend to the
letall trade. It will also carry on the
Importing liuvlaess as heretofore, and
may hi audi out In a few new lines.
Fours that the butchering business
would fall onllreli Into the hands of
the Ullentals seem premnluio. The
present market will be carried on by
tlie new couipam. which will ho
formed when the old company Is dis
incorporated. Mr Waller v. Ill prob
.1.111-11. mi ttum-i nil, iin- .
maniiser of thu now concern, """ for Its Introduction or pass
)st of tho ohl start will be re- "' wa 'ffc.l. Nobody oven sag-
Hnwallau Commercial stock
was very actlvo today. Klve
hundred shares changed hands
nt prices starting ut $10J.50
und finishing nt 'lll.r.o. it
tu riilinrf ml t It o fl II tiAlilat-u n f kV
. .... """ "
sun-it win in iiic near luiiliu
bo handed free four shares for
overy ono share they at pros-
they at pros-
will then lep-
cnt hold. The
deud of 80 cents will then lep
icseut a dividend of 20 nts
In rcsKnso to a request from thu
Ways and .Means Commlttco of the
Senate, relatlvo to tlio City und Conn-
Ity salary mix-up, Auditor Illckneli has
Just supplied tho solons with a coin- ,a" '" "nice, nnu Inoy liavu never
pleto list of the employees whoso pay Jet asked for any Increase At this
has been tho subject or dispute. "'"-. w''en tlio Legislature Is trying
It took tho better part of threo days t" cut down Territorial cxponses. It
to make out tho lists, us complete rata ll"-'u "ot eum right to add to those of
had to bo supplied, nnd a considerable H'o counties, Kamahu moved the In
amount of bookkeeping was necessary definite postponement of tho bill,
to supply tho required Information. 1 Castro tccondod this motion, and
However, the Auditor und his foico Pointed out that tho passage of this
buckled down to business and yester- bill together with that of tho bill to iu
day afternoon tho required uaines ami crease tho salary of tlio Mayor's sec-
figures ttero delivered
nt thu King
SAN FRANCISCO, Call., Mar. 20.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s. Sd.
Parity, 4.20 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. Od.
Boat Meals in Town
NEW SHIPMENT OP JlJOJf GRADE, IMPORTED
SPUING MATTRESBES, PAR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp fc Co.,
IBS KINO HT.
.SALARY GRAB BILL
PASSES THE HOUSE
Down Structure of
MUCH EMASCULATED LABOR
MEASURE ALSO THROUGH
Representatives Vote To Throw
Away With Left Hand What
They Save With the
v Twenty-seventh Day.
Tho "grab bill" pasted tho House,
this morning by a heavy voto in Its
favor, despite' the efforts of Castro
and Kamahu to kill It. No leusou
gested that thu Supervisor und other
county oftlclals whole salaries tho bill
proioses to raise, are dissatisfied with
what they are getting now or hao
asked that they bo given more money.
It was tile ohl game of throwing away
with the left baud what Is snu-d by
Ihuilgh'. IJconomy Is a curious thing
in the legislature of Hawaii.
I Another bill to raise wages was also
passed House 1)111 3,, to pay road
laborers not less than SI, GO a day. Hut
It wus passed In such an emasculated
form that It Is virtually meaningless
and of no effect, an amendment being
tacked on by Shingle which provides
that the Counties are not bound by
tho provisions of thu Act. As the .Tor-
rltory has few laborers now and will
have fewer when the plans for tinn
ing over water works, sower works,
tthnrVe and landings
,,,, uru carr(.(, ,,
,i, ,,,,! n,i ,, i,mi
etc., to tho couii-
elTuct, no serious
damage and no particular good Is done
by tho passage of thu bill.
Thu Grab Illll, II 11. 122, was taken
up for third reading after tho House
had found Itself unable to proceed with
the third reading of II, U. U, owing
to thu nbsenco of Its introducer, Shin-
glo. ShJnglo'H absence called forth u
Mivuru rebuke from tho Speaker, who
said tho member was stopping thu
work of tho entire House.
Kamahu rose first tu oppose tho
passage of tho grab. Ho again pointed
ut that the County ofllccrs know whall
Weir salaries wero to be. when they
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PAPAYAS 1 I !
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72 S. &NQ. PHONE IS.
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small feo above the usual -price, Bet ;
I iw t mo uci mere is,
SERVICE, PHONE 301.
lllUul ulAT nuniL
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 0. SccreUry of the Interior JJal
linger will issue an order, with the approval of President Taft,. requiring.,
that all Territorial officials shall remain at home except in cases of-
imergeney. This will put an cna to
officers frequently make to the M.uiopai
Verdict of lo
NASHVILLE. Tenn., March 20. Duncan Cooper and his son Robin,,
have been convicted of murder in the second degree for shooting cx-Scn"
ator Cannock. They have been sentenced to twenty years in prison
They are out on $25,000. bail each oendinc an auccal. y
Interior Dept. Attorney 3
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WASHINGTON. D. C. March 20. Oscar Lav lor. United States Dis-
trict Attorney at Los Angeles, lias b
General for the Intciior Department.
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia, March 20. Servia has accepted the ad4
vice ot the Powers to disarm, and lias
BARCELONA, Spain, March 20.
FACES BOARD TODAY
Dental Examiners Get
Down To Business
The Ilrst candidate for n dental
surgeon's license to facu tho reorgan
ised Hoard of Dental examiners hero
is I)r II. II. Mitchell of Philadelphia,
who will hu given a chance this aft
ernoon to demoiibtiiito his quallflm
tlous for practicing his pi occasion.
Owing to a vui'iinry on the Hoard.
it bus been Impossible to transact
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tne lonnying trips which icrriiorMU
:cn appointed Assistant Attorney '
ceased its war plnns.
An caithquake was felt at Catn-C'
JUSTICE BALLOU 1
TO LEAVE BENCH'
Atkinson May Not
Assmlatp .lustlee llailoil, an .wot
exclusively announced In tho II u lit
I o 1 1 n some weeks ago, will not Illicit
the second Kedeial Judgeship. N'ol
ll.l.t llltl 111, ...fttlll lllu tlVlll Ifllt (tlV
the bench of the Supreme Court. II
has asked Governor Fiear to lecom
mend another man for thu SUOOf
I'edeial plum, slating nlso that
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