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VOL. XI. NO. 4272.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1909. 10 PAGES.
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KUKUI BACK FROM
Makes Fast Trip Despite
Rough Seas Met
INSPECTOR'S WIFE MAKES
J0U8NEYW1 IN HUSBAND
Staunch Little Craft Makes Fine
Time, and Behaves Admirably
in the Roughest of
Atler making n successful Inspoi
t Ion of eleven lighthouses on Molo
kul, Maui, and Hawaii, and bringing
one buoy from IIIIo to Honolulu, the
swift lighthouse tender Kukul ar
rived here last night at 7:30 o'clock.
Captain Jobsou and the officers en
Jocd the trip Immonsely, though
they had rough weather In crossing
the channels between Oahu and Mo
lokal bnd between Maul and Hawaii.
I.t. Comdr. Moses, lighthouse In
spector, was accompanied by Mrs.
Moses on the trip. Mrs. Moses Is a
line sailor and enjojod the trip,
rough though It was.
At Kautkl Point, Hana, Maul, the
Kukul waB compelled to remain off
the harbor until sufficient room was
made for lie to filter, a bark lying
In the channel. The weather was
so rough that the Kukul kopf off
shore. After sho made the Inspec
tion of lighthouses and buojs thero,
the. headed for Hawaii,
The historical whistling buoy,
which has been In Hllo Hay for a
long timo, was replaced by a new
one. The whistle, however, was at
tached to the new one, and the old
buoy brought back to Honolulu and
Is lying on the dock makal of tho
Captain Jobson, First Officer Mid
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NO MESSAGE FROM
The fact that no wireless reports
hnvo been received from tho Japanoso
cruisers Aso and So) a Is believed to
Indicate that they are exiiurlenclni? un
comfortable weathor. It was expected
yesterday that tliey would bo In com
munication with tho Kahuku Station
today, but the! Honolulu wireless sta
tion, the Naval Station and the Japan
ese Consulate CJcneral, when asked
about the approach of tho cruisers,
stated that (herd was nothing doing.
U Is thought certain that thuy will bu
heard from sometlmo tonight or to
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LABORERS' PAY IS
MATTER OF DISPUTE
Solons Can't Agree
DEPUTY SHERIFF BILL
FINDS EASY SAILING
Senate Has Susy Session and Gets
Through Lots or work Judi
ciary Committee Reports
a Host of Bills
35th Day Morning Session
The minimum remuneration which
County employes shall receive wax
the topic of considerable discussion
In the Seuate this morning. House
Illll No. 35, which provides that all
men employed by the Territory on
roads, bridges, or similar work, shall
receive not less than 11.00 a day,
brought about the discussion.
Senntor McCarthy moved that the
hill be amended by tlieMnserllon of
the wo'rds "or nny political subdivi
sion thereof" after the words "by the
Tenltory." ThU made It Incumbent
on the Counties to pay not Icbs than
$1.00, whereas the bill, as It came
from the Houte, applied only to Ter
Senator Smith turned the Chair
over the Senator Kalama and, tak
ing the floor, argued against the
amendment. He said that were the
minimum pay for County employes
to be placed at 11. GO a day, it would
forbid the employment of boys and
others who, though they might be of
alue to the County, would not be
worth a grown man's pay.
He called attention to tho fact
that, whereas tho present law, fixing
the minimum of pay at $1.25 a day
Included the Counties, the House had
purposely made tho present bill apply
only to the Territorial Government.
McCarthy Favors Bill
juduriiiy muuKiii iiiui, mere
should be somo unanimity of nction
among the different Counties regard
ing tho rate at which they fixed la
borers' pay. He said that, though
Honolulu pa) s 11. GO a day, ho un
derstood that some other Counties
are paying but $1,2C( and expressed
tho belief that It would be impos
sible for a man to support his family
on less than $1.50.
Makeknu made a plea against the
bill, ending by asking that It bo ta
bled. The motion to table was snow-
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Poll Taxes become delinquent on
March 31st. Pay it now.
Quito a sensation was caused In
the vicinity of the Fishmnrket about
1:30 today. A hack drhen by a Chi
naman was passing down King street
when the horso took fright at an
electric car and at once bolted. Tho
driver stuck to his post In good style,
out eventually wus thrown out of the
elilcle. The man had n marvelous
escape fjcom death or serious Injury,
and ever) one was surprised when ho
got on his feet and continued In pui
suit of his rig.
The horse In the meantime contin
ued his mad career down the street
toward the railroad depot, and ns he
ran began to kick the hack to pieces.
Portions of the harness and the hack
were distributed all over the street,
eventually the horse was captured
by some plucky spectators and It was
found that, excepting a few scratch
es, he was uninjured. Tho hack and
harness, however, were .wrecked, and
the driver wag In great distress about
the affair. It Is wonderfully how
nearly some peuple got to being
knocked down nnd Injured,' as there
was the usual crowd around the fish
market. SUGAR STOCKS
ARE MOVING UP
Brisk Trading on'Change
Today In All
WAIALUA HELD AT PAR
ON FAYORABLE REPORTS
Hawaiian Commercial Held Steady.
Trading in Hutchinson Gen- .
eral Upward Ten
dency This was another mther lively day
on tho Stock Exchange, and It the
present pace keeps up Honolulu will
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All accounts owing to the firm of
S. Hotti & Co, not paid this month
will be given to the Past Due Agen
We shall be pleased, to have
you call and ask our own ad
vice and that of our attorneys
in the matter of your will.
It will be entirely confiden
tial and without charge.
BE LEFT ROADLESS
Board Talks of Cutting
Friction Between Paele and County
Engineer May Result in the
Elimination or .District .
Unless Hoad Overseer J. K. J'aele of
Koolaupoko undergoes a change- of
heart In his attitude toward Count)
Engineer Dare, his district U liable to
be left out In th3 cold, as far as ap-
proprlatlons are concerned. He U
charged with trying to frustrate tho
work of the County Engineer, and the
Hond Committee Of the .Board of Sup-
ervlsoiu Is up In anus.
At tho last meeting of tho Hoard.
Gcro comrlnlned that I'at-le was dls- llslen , a Ucl)ate conducted with lu
olje)liiB oidors, and tho Supervisor telllgence" and on rational lines, In
started a Utile private Investigation k.ad of , wudy lnoWhlnB, tnal
of their own. According to one of them. uiaructerUB , many of the discus-
tinted, but Indication, of lint dl.obeynl
of the County Engineer's orders have
been found. .... ; . . , ..
'There Is only a-.mlt-d .mount of '" tl,,u !?2&,hVi i'V it'"
money at our disposal for road work.-"0"1 "f Uu ba '" '" 1U!e Hou" ur8
said a member of tho Board )esterday, or.r lU. Mwtton of Job. or wages
"and that must br expended where It nnu ,U' "WM "r.lraore or 'eM ?"'
will do tho most good. sollal ma?ra wl'n xho wh nu'-
"Wo should 'llko to complete tho cale or "W08 them- ,n thl" 'f
work In tho Koolaupoko District, as It tanc. however, the measure debut
forms a portion of tho belt road. How- ed WBB not Intended to provide a Job
ever, thero aro other district thot f" somebody or to raise anybod)'n
have Just as good claims. If not better, Halarj. Consequently tho field nur
and If Paeio nerslsts In his 'attitude, rowed down to n few combatants.
we nhall pimply cut 'tint tho Koolati
poko appropriation and put tho money
onto tho roads of other districts.
' We cannot afford to waste any
money In a district whero the road
overseer refuses to carry out the In
structions of tho County Engineer.
(lero Is n man ih knows his business Castro. As originally Kvortt-d back
and when ho gives Instructions for by the Committee the bill wns nienn
load work, he docs so with a purpose. Ingless.
If Mr. l'aele can't appreciate that fact. Tired 0f Horn Ply.
wo will simply leao Koolaupoko out when Shingle's bill io creato and
of tho figuring. maintain the Ubrory of Hawaii camo
"I urn not making threats nnd do ,,, Uco ,,romptly'movod fo tablo thn
not want to be understood as doing so. Mmw shluglo suggested that It
Vb hao only u limited amount of 0llld bo a g0Ol Mng to get ,,own lo
money. Wo cant do all the work that tho merits of the bill and not havo so
thould bo done, and o shall certainly muc, one pay
.pernl what money wo havo In b'ulldlng. CorrCtt moved"to tai,,0 tll0 a,neI)(1.
roads whero it can be , done without mcnt made ycgtcrday cllttlB 011t ,no
(Continued on Pae O) I IIO.OOO a year appropriation. The mo-
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Enactment of Law Means
AMENBEQ AIK-RAKfc BILL
' ALSO HN HO SENATE
House Heart Best Debate of Present
Session Shingle Introduces
a Pure Milk Keso
35th Day Morning Session
The Carnegie llbruiy bill passed
the House 'this morning after the
hottest uliil most interesting light of
the session hitherto. Shluglo led tho
ng,t in favor of tho measure, while
mce Wns the chief opponent of the
i. wn. ua denl of n relief to
u a, , h t wero
,... . ' nnil . ,. ' np
Kanllio, of course, had to bleak lu,
Tho debate took up a good share
of the morning, ending finally by tho
passage of the bill.
The alr-braito bill also passed, but
before It wafc acted upon some life
had been put lulu the measure by
Correa offered, another amendment,
to tho effect that tho Legislature shall
from tlmo to time mako appropriations
of $10,000 a year, to begin whenever a
donation Is made for the erection of a
library building. "Wo havo heard,"(ho
said, "that Andrew Carncglo Iibb been
donatlug money lu other States and
Territories for libraries, and he has
been requested to glvo a certain
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T0KI0, Japan, March 30. The Japanese Government has refused
the proposal to. submit the Manchumn 'icsUoiu to The HnRue
MELBOURNE. Victoria, March 30. The Australian States of Now
South Wales and Victoria hae deciled to offer Great lhitnm one Dread
nought to cost seven millions of dollars.
. Roosevelt Not Attacked
PONTA tie nnrcnn A?nr. Mnr-i. .tn rv.Pi-.,ii -nn,,...u
landed here today during a brief st)p
received an ovation at the dock.
Til mnmlntr rnnrt nf o n4
(fan is false.
Stop Chinese Smuggling
SALIN CR.TI2. IVrrirn MarrTi n.-A MiVi tts1.tt- i.M. i.H
dered ou duty to prevent the smuggling of Chinttc into the States.
CHILIICOTIIE. Ohio. Mnrrh .If)
jured today by a dynamite explosion.
GUTHHLE. Okla. March 30.-
and has offered to surrender.
SOLONS VISIT THE
Go Out To Diamond Head
As Guests of Ma.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon thu
members of the Senate staited for
Diamond Head to visit the fortifica
tions there. The visit Is being mndu
at the Invitation of Major E. Etvleth
Wlnslow, U. 8. Army, tho engineer
In chargo of the work. Major Wlns
low accompanied tho Senators to
explain tho works.
That thero might ho no delay In
startlug, the Senate tqneiiod this
of the 5t:ainslnp Hamburg. He ' 3
. iwt n44n1 am T).Hii.1, I... .. Ti.t
Pml.t -r. V!11..l n.i ..:.,. :..
-Chief Crazy Snake has been wounJed
- r rh(,
nttrrmioii at I If. o'clock Instc-vl nt..
uniting until 2 o'clock, us lu thu
I.t iipi .1 1 it.htom
A thoiough exiimlmtinii nt tlto, 45
fori mention work nnd pluns will biwjj
true, THujor wlnslow acting ns i-iilili; cj
antl cxplulnlng uui) thing peruiuul-
Pay your Poll Tax now.
comes delinquent March 31',
licit I'eterson urcildent of the El
itcjo and other lnrgo Kold-inlnlui
lompanks In the Snnti Ilailiua iIIh
trlit, state of Chlliulihua, .Mixlio.
died ut the California Uospltal, ol.
Angeles, of typhoid feer The body
will bo tuken to Philadelphia
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