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VOL. XI. NO. 4270.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU,. TERRITORY OF (HAWAII, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1909. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 50 CENTS.
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MARINES NOT TO LEAVE CAMP
PASSES THE HOUSE
Effect Will Be To Keep Territorial Funds Ip
Circulation Instead of Locked Up In
VaultsLunaey Commission Measure
With Vicious Feature Also Carried
Through Third Reading Income Ex
33d Say Moraine Session
Tlie bill to enact the much-needed
law permitting the Territorial Treas
urer to deposit Territorial funds In
the banks of Hawaii Insteud of keep
ing the money locked up In tho
vaults nnd thUBout of circulation,
passed the House this morning,
Thero was no opposition whatever
to the measure, It being generally
recognized that somo such law as
this Is badly needed.
The House was In a peaceful mood
this morning. It was almost lethar
gic, In fact: probably as a result of
reuctlon from tho strain consequent
upon having constantly before It the
prospect of a hard fight over the
liquor legislation, which was killed
The nonsensical Lunacy Commls-
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present weird system of allowing up-
peals to juries of laymen In Insanity!
cases, also passed Its final reading?'
where Us sponsors secretly hope that
tho ridiculous provision will be amen
ded out of It, Those who had sense
enough to see what a farce it Is to
ullow an appeal to a lay jury from
tho decision of a Commission of ex
perts were afraid to tuy to cut this
out In the House for fear that the
leally good features of the bill would
also be knocked out.
This nfternoon tho members of the
Houic, under tho leadership of Gen
eral AffonBo, chairman of tho Mili
tary Committee, Is on a visit to tho
Diamond Head fortifications, on the
invitation o,r Major Wlnslow. Ka
plolanl I'ark Is also to be visited be
fore tho party returns.
The measure to authorize tho de
posit of Territorial mono) a In banks
In this Territory, House Hill 91. wat.
the first bill on the order of the da,.
On motion of It Ice, seconded by Af
fonso, the bill passed third reading
by unanimous vote.
Another Deposit Bill
In accordance with Its report of
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jestcrday on tho bill to authorize tho
deposit or Territorial monejs In
banks, In which was made the recom
mendation that Section 8 of the bill
be stricken out on the ground that
It made the bill coer two subjects,
the Finance Committee this morn
ing Introduced a substitute bill to
cover the provisions of that section.
The new bill provides that oery pub
lic accountant other than the Treas
urer, receiving and disbursing money
belonging to the Territory, may de
posit to his offlclnl credit and keep
all mone)s received by him In such
banks as may be designated by the
Treasurer with the approval of the
qoternor until such moneys aro re
mitted to the Treasurer us required
by law, nhd such public accountants
shall not be responsible for lueh
monejg while so deposited.
An Insane Bill ,
The insauo Insanity bill. House
Hill 1C4, Introduced by the Health
and Police Committee as a substitute
for the original sane Lunacy Com
mission bill Introduced by Shingle,
was taken up on third reading. This
substitute bill continues In force the
ridiculous system of allowing ap
peals to Juries In Insanity cases, the
provision of tho present law whlcn
recontly permitted tho laughabl"
farce In, the Circuit Court.
Kanlho wanted to make an amend
ment to make the bill worse than be
fore. He wanted to provide that
only persons "known to bo Insane"
Instead of those "believed to bo In
snno" shall bo arrested and examined
as to their hunlty.
Douthltt pointed ouKhat such an
amendment ns that proposed by Ka
nlho would make the bill ridiculous.
Kanlho was afraid that some of
the things he says (without tiiiuii
Ing them, of course,) might be "be
lieved" by somebody, and causo his
arrost as an Insane person. So he
Insisted on his amendment. The
amendment, however, was tabled.
A small amendment was offered by
Shingle and ndopted, after which the
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WILL NOT REDUCE
Executive Order Does
Not Affect This
"In view of the Importonco of the
Naval Station here, I lo not bellevu
that tho local marine garrison will bu
estored to sea duty again." Major
Major Iong, commander of tho ma
rines here, stated this morning that
tho order issued by President Taft, re
storing tho murines to sea duty, will,
ho believes, not effect tho marines
here. Tho Issuance of the 1'resldentlaL
order, he said, means that new men
would have to bo enlisted to sorve for
Somo of tho marines here, officers
and men, have served on sea duty, but
the order, ho thought, would not bind
them to return to sea again It jjiay
liossibly be necessary to tako away u
few men from here, but It will not
make iny material difference.
Major Long said that Honolulu Is
too Important a station to bo guarded
by a small garrison of marines. Had
not tho order been Issued yesterday,
more men would hate been sept here.
Upon the completion of the Pearl Har
bor station, the local marlnu garrlsou
will be Increased to ubnu't 1500 men.
Ho said" that at all tho large Naval
Stations In tho United States, such ns
New York, and Boston, a larco number
'ofjnurtncH Is kept constantly on duty
Says BurmingJiam Case
The Police Department is much
worked up about tho Iluruinghum
burglary case. Sheriff Jarrett Is III
and could not be seen. Deputy Sher
iff Hose, however, stated that officers
were sent out within halt an hour of
tho robbery being reported. These
men, eight In number, staed out all
night, and watched the whole dls
The Chief of Detectives, on being
Interviewed this morning, said: "9s
soon as the burglary was reported, I
put all my available men on tho case
and also went out myself. We, nine
of us In all, patrolled the whole of
the district, and remained out all
night, No jlgns of suspicious char
acters were seen. I suspected that
the thief would try to dispose of the
stolen articles at some of the second
hand dealers, and accordingly detail
ed some officers to watJh these stores.
No traco of the stolen goods could
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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 ud a will that
will always hold without a
lawyer's assistance. We will
Rive you that assistance free
See us about your WILL.
. BILL IS DEFERRED
Senate Kills It But
Brings1 It To Life
BAIYEY WANTS 5,Mt
FOR STREET rXTENSION
Robinson (lives Notice of Intention
To Call Up Governor i Appoint
ment Message Chll
33d Day Momiwr Session
House Hill No. 53, giving the Sec
retary of the Territory power to ao
the laws, passed by the Legislature,
published Mn newspapers other than
those of Honolulu, caused consider
able discussion and no little amuse
ment In the Senate this morning
when It came up for third reading.
Once It was killed, but before Its re
mains had been Interred In the Sen
atorial bohejard, It was resurrected
And action deferred until Thursday.
Senator Knudsen moved that tho
bill pass third reading Moore
amended, the motion toone to table.
Qulnn seconded -the amendment, A
rising .vote jsltOWfjIAslx.,u fapr of
tabling andlilne opposed to It. Thou
there was a 'little' desultory discus
sion. President Smith called attention
to t&o fact that, wOrdcd as the bill
Is, there would bo nothing to hinder
the"8ecretary from having the laws
published on the mainland. Finally,
during a period of quiet, the toto
was taken, arid "resulted as follows;
Ayes . linker;'' IJrowu, Chilling
worth, Fulrchlld, Kolama, Knudsen.
Noes t Coe(ho, Harvey, McCarthy,
Moore, Makekau, Qulnn, Itohlnson,
Wopcjs, the President.
Just ns (he President started to
announce (hat the bill was dead,
"Defer" Makekau, who had carried
on an excited whispered consulta
tion, with his neighbors, moved that
action bo reconsidered. Thero was
a little discussion, bUt a vote showed
nine In faor, at reconsidering and
only six opposed to It.
Makekau thon moved to "defer"
action mill I Thursday noxti His mo
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Lindsay In- Lists And
F. M. Hatch Is
When It was learned jestcrday
morning that tho liar Association at
Its afternoon meeting might endorse
a candidate for the Second United
States Judgeship, a boom was started
lor Circuit Judge Alex. Lindsay.
Lindsay Is a now man In tho field
Whether he will stay Is not known.
The matter unendorsing candidates
was squelched at .the meeting ns It
was apparently feared that the Assn.
elation could not' cgreo on personality
though lt might unite on principle.
This action throws hu recommonda
lion for tho Judgeship cohipktely In
tho hands of tho Governor so far as
utiy local recommendations are con
corneil. It Is reported that there s strenuous
opposition to tho naming or Judge Do
Holt for tho Supremo Uench, for which
position ho was recommended by I Ul
nar Association. Tills "opposition Is
said to como from the Chief Justice,
presumably because Do llulfs opinions
have Indicated that ho does not Tall tii
wllh tiio general trend of though Hint
controls the prcsont Justice! A can
didate who would meet goneral approv
al for tho Supreme Delicti Is F, M.
Hatch, now In Washington, If hu
would allow his name to be used.
The funeral of Dr. S. Ii Mslioiwlll
tnko place tomorrow at 3.30 p. m Tho
service a,t Central Union church Is to
be conducted by Uov. O. II. Oullck, Dr.
Duremus Scudder and .Rev. W. N. Lo
no. Tho address wjlll l)e inado by Itov.
O H. Oullpk. Ihd Interment will bu
In tho Missionary flof ut Juiwululibo
cemetery. Tho pall bearers will bu
Prof. W. t). Alcxartder, Prof. C. II
Hitchcock, P. C. Jones, Rov. John Ou
llck. Dr. J, M. Whitney, F. W. Damon,
P. N Kahokuoluna (representing pup
lls of Dr. Bishop at Lahalnaluna) nnd
8. II. Ono (representing Hawnlluli
Seventeen hundred shares of Hutch
Inson Plantation stock changed hands
this morning nt $19.26. Theso shares,
In three blocks of, GOO, 500 and 700.
wore bought by tho Dlshop Trust Co..
acting for clients, whoso names could
not bo ascertained.
in small ouantitiei unlbirv rnn.
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MISS EERY WEIS
SEATTLE, Wash., March 27. Aoki, the Japanese ot San Francwco,
and Miss Helen Emory were married here today in the Epnco,ia! Chuich.
Achdeacon and Mrs. Emory, parents of the bride, were iiicsent at the
WASHINGTON, D. C, Maich 27. The tariff debate today was pio
traded and indicates that the contest oev the Taint bill will be a lorn-
Second Prince Refuses
Servian Throne Rights
BELGRADE, Servia, March 27 Princa Alexander, the second son
of King Peter, refuses to become heir to th- throne in place of his t,
brother George, who renounced his i.nlita bcca'ic he is charged withJ
killing his servant. 1
Kidnapper Tries To
Jump From Trai
PITTSBURG. Pa., March 27. Mrs. Boyle, one of the kidnajiers of
the Whltla child, attemnttd to rennm- frnin nnli, nffixon, r,,.. ci, i
made an effort to jump from a movine train
SACRAMENTO, Cal., March 27.
has passed into the hands of its crelitois This Budicatc has purchase!
papers throueHout the State nnd has indicated by its policies that it vai3
aireciea oy me railroads and those
grafters. It ran the San Francisco
thc .control ofLos JVnpejesjieoplc,
SUGAR GOES UP; ,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 27.
SUGAR: 80 defrree Centrifugals,
3.0925 cents, or $70.85 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.0875 cents.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. March 20.
SUGAR: 8G degree Centrifucals,
3.8875 cents, or $79.75 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.02 cents.
Following closo on tho heels of
the cablegrams of tho Sugar Plant
ers' Association this moitilng ennia
the further cablo from Kill Points to
the Henry Waterhousu Trust Com-
f t i ms
Th Calkins newspaper sviuUrntc
in vnnptthr with tho San Francisco
Gltoe until that uup:r passed into
prcsumnbly headed by H.G. Otic.
pan announcing thnt sugar scdjlJo
da In Now York nt routs"
All this made riulte brUK tlfio
along Merchant stieot this morning,
nnd ordeis inostlj IjidIiir orders-
were tljlng among he stoch-brokers.
The advance this jear Is fnllowjng
along the sumo lines ns last year, al
though tho price Is not raiiKlnj m
high Judging tho future by the Im
mediate past and tho parallel "with
last j car, then Is cverj reason to be
llee that tho tendency or tho tugnr
price will be upward
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