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VOL. XI. NO. 42G8.
4 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRIT ORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1009. 71 FAQES.
PRICE 50 CENTS.
T VICTORY FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CHI
t, . sr yww'ir-- VWS! 4 "
TREAS. CAMPBELL QUITS LIQUOR BOA!
Coelho Introduces Resolution To Make
Department Employes Leave Senators
AloneOutside Papers Get No Laws
Thirty rirt Day Morning Session.
CoOlho In out iifli'i I Ik; !ii,irlmt'l!l
etnplojes wliii him ml their llmo but
tonholing tho Senators In (hit iiiiIiiiik
of Iho Capllnl. Tills morning lie Inliii
lIlKCll II lOStlllltlllll forbidding nil (Mil
plnjees of llio ilepitt tmcittH In Indulge
In IoIiIijIiik mi piiln of suniiiniy dla
(hinge. Said lie:
"Til l lobbying In. heioiulng n will-'
mice Hint cmiiint In1 tolerated eir:
llniu lli.it it Senator steps mil lulu the
eonldoi. I io Is nppioarhcd lv Mini"
deputmciit iiiiilnyi'C seeking llilu or
"Mils nulsginco Inn reached the point
whom it stop imiKl lie put to It iiml I
llicii'fiiiu mow l h'nt my resolution
I .IKS "
"pcrer" Makek m wanted action on
tlio ri'iinlutliiu table 1. Bald Mi
Tenders Resignation At
Request Of The .
Tieiisnrer A. J Cmnphill luis ie
idgned fioin Hi- Hoard of l.lreiii,"
Coininlwdoners anil his icgigmitinu
has hreti ncicptdl The icslgnnlinli
was temlereil lit I lie request of the
(inventor. Who will suciied Camp
hell has not heen ilechleil, and tlio
Governor has nut vet reached any
(oneliiKlon regarding n suicessor In
"Mr U.iiuphill has heen solving on
the Hoard contrary to his own wishes
anil xIiiwh In tlm matter," mid the.
(inveiunr this tnornlni; "He was
ira tli'.illy foried to :eie liy the
last Administration lis well ns by
this. I have iiiiue to the ((inclusion
thai lie Is rlHlit, and lie has tendoiol
Ills icslgliutln.t at lllj lequest
"I have not decided upon sunoshois
(Continued on Fagc 5)
STAR and CLUETT SHIRTS
THE SMART DRESSER knows these Shirts.
There is QUALITY in them quality
QUALITY in the materials used, and
in the way they are put together; QUALITY
and GOOD TASTE in the patterns selected.
New line just in. You'll like these Shirts
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Be " Fired"
"I ill) mil think lti.it these I'liiplnj ces
ilioulil neglect their work ninl spend
their time lobbying. Hut I ilo not
think Unit this li the time In lake- nc
llon. W h.ivi' the power In our
IninilH, iiml I iter, when the cniillrmn
tlnn or appointments Ih t.ikeii up, wo
eun lake acllou. I.el u.i not hIiow our
jicein until uiu proper lime comes. I
theruCnie muvo that action on this hk-
olullon he deferred nulll Siliinlny
Motion Was Loit.
MnKckau's luotlou w.is lost t'oelhn'H
ntlglitnl inollon then living put. passed
liv n llheinl lualorlty
Publish Laws Here.
Ilouw Dill Ml, pcunlttlng the seeie
Inn In pulillvh lawn pasted, at nliices
other lli-i i In Iho rllv or Honolulu,
i nr to Hi ' lioneviuil on inutlon of Bui
iilor Co llin
(Continued on Page 3)
QAHU MEMBERS GET
Are Severely Rebuked
By Speaker For
Tim l'otirtli District memhers ul
the lliitibu were Hcvcrclv relinked this
J morning liy the Speaker for tardiness,
though ns none of than w-nt present
to hear the roast handed out liy HoU-
l loin, Ihelr lender snnslhlllties were
not tnrioiiHlv hurt.
When the mornltiK iir.ijcr had heen
dellveied and the Chaidaiti had lln-
Uhed his da 'a lahors, the Clerk
started to ie.nl the Journal or the
preiloiis d.ij lint he was Interrupt
ed liy lllie, who addrrssed the. Speak
er. "I thiol. It would ho well," he
mid. "hi suspend the reading of tlio
minutes until the ScrRcaut-at-Arms
can find at least cmo melnher from
the I'ourtli Dlstilcl"
The Speaker looked up from his
papers anil tnw Hint evyry seat In
(Continued on Page 5)
jacainst President Oomcz. Castro hai been in Europe scicial months dur
n n i T- i Tr TN y 1 s-r r-k inc which period he has regained his health, ami Gomez, who took;
Moanauhs Bill To Deprive Little Ones Of Part Of &ca1K
Their Education By Raising
Thlrty-Flrit DayMorning Session.
The mnu'incul to raise Iho hchool
NK" f i oui six to cIkM years and to
lop off another year at the top gut Us
death hlow In the House, this inornlni;
when thai lirnncli or the lefilsl.itle
liody killed MoanauH'h hill to make
the compulsory xcliool ace from elfiht
Hi tohiteen ears,
.Vo rgal support of the hill devel
opcd..(Hlicr than (hat of Its Intnulucui,
.Mimnmill, who made u ramblliiK
speuli In rnxor of tliv measure, u
speech without any iippnrctit point, In
which no itrRiimenl worth n moment's
conshlerntloil wiis ndvaiiceil All Iho
nf lnnni' u1,, Ihl but,,., nl li.. nhll.
SESSION THAN LAST
290 Measures Introduced
At End of Thirtieth
Day This Year
Tlio Leglslnturo of 1909 s more
proline than that of 1907 so Tar as
tlio piodiictlon of new hills Is Von
(crtieil. At the end of the thirtieth
day of the present session 109 hills
had heen Introduced In the House
and I'll In the Senate a total of
!!9i while at tlio end or the llrst
half of the last session only 2fK hills
had hecu Introduced, of which 173
originated In tlio House und ." in
tlio Senate. This Senate this year is
morn Industrious, ko fur as tlio In
troduction of new hills Is conccincd,
than that of two years ago, while
tliu House has dropped four hilts be
low tlm 1907 icionl.
Hut at the end of Dm thirtieth day
of tlio 1907 session :I9 bills had been
signed by the Lixecullvo and had be
come law, against only 3R this ses
sion. Kuur morn bills, however, have
hecu presented to the Kxecutlvo this
session than had been passed up to
(Continued on Paw 6)
for a man, after having ac
cumulated a fortune, to neg
lect safeguarding it for his
family by making out a will
full of flaws, or none at all!'
The average business man
cannot draw un a will that
will always hold without a
lawyer's assistance. We will
give you that assistance free
See us about your WILL,
dreu under the ami of eight might In
Jin u their heads, livers, legs or some
other pari of thilr auntomy If they
wete obliged to Ko to si hool
The I'Miicitlonal Committee, hj Its
chuinnaii, Loiik, luiwrted on the kill.
known as IIoiifo Hill l", leeouimend- j
I ni; tint It ho tahled. '
"Your comnilltiu," lead the report,
"has hud this hill lunlei eiiieful eon-
flduratlon and finds Unit II would pre
enl the titlenilanco of nlrjtit I'iUI rhll
dien fiom attfiidllUT schisd, which'
would hi; nil InjtlBlIre lo them, thcie.
fore our Commltleo lecouuneiiils Unit
this bill he tabtbiT.t'
A Fatuous Speech., , t
Monuanli, tlio fnter of the bill.
Jajldo ono. of -Ills' Chu.nirlurliil4cjy 1
fntuou7spccclics In 'HUri?6rl of liljN
FREAR KNOWS NAUGHT
OF FEDERrd JUDGE
Who will be the next KcdcrnI .
Judge Is still n ifark socfot ns fai X
A as tlio Territory's Chlof Kxciu-
tho is (omerned. (lovcrnor ,
p. Krear slated positively this nj
P mornis.; that he had not been x
x advised i oncoming the matter 1
und knew nothing about the up- "
, iiolntmcut , n,
Alt sorts of rumors have been "
w. current tlm past two days rcla- K
x the lo the probable action of
x. Washington. Tho (iovernor's a
rt htutcniPiit sets at rest tho fctory
n that he has known all along M
X who would be chosen to help "1
M preside over tho J'cd'erul Court. M
DOCTOR KOWm HURT
A II llownt, 1) V 8 was serious
ly Injured lust Monday by being
thrown out of his buggy It appears
that an automobile struck tho front
wheel of Ttownt's vchlclo, and the
form of tlio impact threw tho Doctor
out on his head The Doctor was un
conscious for three hours, hut Is now
progressing favorably, although still
confined In his bed.
r l l' M --
For the Finest Meals in Town.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
8PRIN0 MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp te Co.,
185 KINO ST,
Age Limit To
Killed By Lower
measure mid iiKalnst the nduptloli of
the coniniltlce's report.
Iteally, he thoimlit, this matter
otmht In hu looked Into l the Hoard
of Health, for Jheie Is no doubt but
that the health' of the coming gener
ation Is belli? ruined by the children
having to go to bclioul so long. Their
brains, stomachs and legs arc being
Injured h their HiinIiik to walk long
dlslmu-en wjille, they stru mi yiitmg,
ll Is not 'so had In Honolulu, where,
them are Uieet cars.
.Moanuitll vniiteil to hao tliu mat
ter ri'fvntil in tlio Hoard of Health to
Inveitlg'itu and llnd out how badly tlio
health of the children Is being Injured
by their being obliged to go to school.
Ho Inslnuutcd Unit tliu Committee's
(Continued on Page 3)
ENABLING ACT NOW
Report Of Conference
x The House fills' morning, nl- H
x most without debate, adopted "
tho report of tho Conference n.
x Committed on tho "Knubllng n
x Act," and, ns the report was x;
x also adopted by tho Semite, tho x.
v measuro now goes to tho (!ov- x,
x, ernor for his signature. '
rt As outlined by the U u 1 1 c -
1 1 n yesterday, the roivort of P
x. the committee recommended x.
x; that tho long list of names of x,
rf thoso who nro to ho honellcliir- .x,
x Irs of tho hill ho eliminated, A W
. clause Is substituted In tho bill IK
w to trUtcffect that the names of xi
I" the persons who arc to ho paid x,
n and the amounts may bo round J!)
(Continued on Page 3)
PINEAPPLES ! !
PAPAYAS I I !
Island Fruit Co
72 S. KINO.
the best there is in the house, are
to ba had from us ntnmntlv fnr a
small fee above the usual price. Bet
ter get tn nest there is.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
PARIS, France, March 25. President Castro U st n . for Vene
zuela. He nronoscs to regain liis -owcr liy inncuintuu. i revolution
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 23 President Trt li ,s m.rle tlte fol
lowing' selections for service in the diplomatic corns of the iountry: John
C. Lcishman will be Ambassador to Italv: Henry Clay Mr to Spam; and
Charles Slfnill to the Argentine Roniililic.
Pope Pius Would See
ROME. Itily, March 25. Pone Pins hot become deeply mtcnutcd in
the development of aerial navigation and hat made the rermest that the
American expert, Wripht, make n flight in his aeroplane o'.er the Vatican.
Servia's Crown Prince
BELGRADE, Scrvin, March 25. Ciown I'rmtc Ocorgc of Sci-via has
renounced his right of succession to the Throne of Scrvm, imrchnicd bv
his father at a terrible cost of bloo.1. The Crown Prince is nccuscd of
causing the death of his servant.
i .i. i .-
PASO ROBLES. Calif., March 25.
made famous by their curative qualities
i I ss
STEAMSHIP HAMBURG. At Sea. Atlantic Ocean. March 25. This - ty
steamer, bearing ex-President Roosevelt and his party, is encountering-) .
rough weather. Kermit Roosevelt is seasick JSti
CLEVELAND. Ohio. March 25
.have been indicted by the Grand Jury
I Men's Box Caff Bluchcr
Cambridge hist, tingle welt sole
' One of the famous "All America"
Flight of Aeroplane
E. If. Harnman is taking liatht h
of so much li'iiefit to Adniiirtl ,1
By Wireless ;
Tlm kidimpeit. of the Wliitlu ilnld "V
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