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VOL. XL SO. 4173.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1809. 10 PAGES.
JARRETT SEEKS NEW DETECTIVE
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DEPUTY SHERIFFS WILL BE APPOINTED
Was With Togo
In Russian War
Admiral Ichiji, Commander of Japanese
Squadron, Was Captain of Flagship
Mikasa, the Pride of the Fleet of Nippon
Rar Admiral It. tcbijf. commander
IzKhlfC of th Japan' cruisers Ao
ami Soya, due- tomorrow morning from
Taaumnka. Is. a veteran of lh Rifuo
Junun. war. H iru captain of th
battleship JtHcisa, HiKJhlp of the Jap
an nc. under the famous Admiral
Th a.-uohfp. of Admiral tchljl Is the
Aaa. Captala C. bait, formerly the
Banyan, of the Russian. Iwt She was
Dm to France to !. The Soya.
Cantata. T. S-ttoy was tmilt In Phltadc.
pWa. Cnlteit States, to 1339. She was
formerly known as the Variang of th
Admiral IcnlJU Captains Ishii anil
Sum together with the officers and
men at the cruisers, will be enter
talneit by- the local Japanese, who
have already mad preparations for
their reception, anit entertainments.
According? to the oSIcUt schetlute of
the Japanese Xa.vy Department. Ail
mlral Ichiit b followtng oat the fol
Leave- Tolnunfci navr rant March
It. arriving: at Honolulu April I. teav
intr here on the tOth; arrive at Hilo
April II. leave- HIi April It; arriTea:
San. Francisco. April 25. leave there
Hot S. ami arrive at Esquimau Mar!
T ItLTe fh.rw fsv tS- ifWm 91 Van-
comrer the same day, leave there April,
; arrive ac Tacocia Hay 23, leave
BEAR ADMIRAL H. ICinn
there Mar 27, arrive at Seattle the
same day, leave there June 10; arrive
at Honolulu June 23, leave here. July 1;
Arrive at Hakodate, Japan, July 10,
leave there Julr 21; arrive at Otsu the
same dar. leave there August 1; ar
rive at Yokosuka, making a complete
tun or slxtr-ix days, from the time of
leavlng.Japan up to tho time of return.
Sends Wirehss Thro
Courtesy of Naval
Japanese Consul General Cyeno
this morning- sent an, aerogram of
welcome to. Rwtr Admiral Ichiji. com
mamtlng the Japanese cruisers Aso
anit Soya. The message was sent
through, the naval wireless station
or courtesy- of Captain, Rees. the com
moniUnc (Caatfaaed as. Pxje 2)
IN ALL STOCKS
Waialua and H. C. and S.
Moving Up In the
Stocks and bonds held a prominent
place In the public mind today. Next
to the big crowd of employes outsldo
the County Treasurer's office they
were the center of attention on Kort
The "street" went back to Its old
favorite Hawaiian Commercial and
(Continncd on Page 3)
We have something
to say to you about
CLOTHES. You can
Ret a suit in any cloth
ing store that will fit
you, more or leu, and
look more or less dres
sy for a while;
But if you want a
really dressy suit
one that will ALWAYS
are the ones you want.
Ther are tailored to fit,
and tailored in style.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
CORSE R OP FORT AND HOTEL STS,
SHOW BILL PASSES
Imposes $500 License. De Pont's Dead Body Is
On Moving Picture
REAL HEATERS GET OFF
FOI FEE OF ONLY $IM
Representatives in Lethargic Mood
as Result of Strenuous Ses
sion of Lesser Solons
Thirty-Sixth Day Morning 8esston.
Tho "uliow bill," which was not In
troduced by Cohen but of which Kup
tailo may claim to bo-tho proud par
ent, passed the Homo thin morning
without any opposition.
This bill Imposes a license of $100
a year upon all "real" theaters, thai
Is, show places which aro equipped
with 300 folding chairs, drop curtain
scenery, foot lights, paint bridge, grid
iron, proscenium arch and other ap
purtenances of an up-to-date theater
but soaks the poor little moving pic
turo show to the tune of ISOO a year.
This Includes, also, most of the Japan
eso and Chinese theaters, which aro
r.ot In the class of the Orpheum or the
It Is stated by Cohen and Purtado
that two cr three of the moving pic
ture men urged that a 1 500 license be
Imposed, even wanted It raised to
$1,000 with a view, of course, of shut
ting out, tho little fellows and reducing
the number of moving picture- shows.
The Houho was lethnrglc this morn
Ing, the members apparently being ex
hausted as a result of tho strenuous
session of last nlkht. A recess was
taken early, but It Is probable that
there, will lo another night session to
night, and that those sessions will con
tinue until tho Appropriation Illll Is
finally dlspoced of.
Tho show bill, II H. 157, Introduced
by Purtado, came up for third rend
ing. Purtado moved Its passago.
Castro promptly objected to the bill
as being too hard on the moving pic-
lure people. Some of them havo lit,
tlo capital, ho said, and are unable to
pay $250 semi-annually. He moved to
amend tho bill so as to allow of the
(500 license being paid In quarterly
Installments Instead of semi-annually.
The amendment was adopted. One or
two unimportant changes In the bill
wero also made. With these amend
(Continued on Page 3)
All accounts owing to the firm of
S. Itoth ft Co., not paid this month
will be given to the rast Due Agency.
We shall be pleased to bare
yon 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.
823 PORT STREET
Found Floating In
Joseph de I'onte, the Portuguese
who was found guilty yesterday by
Judge Andrade of selling liquor with
out n license, was found dead In the
harbor this morning. He wan to
hare been sentenced thin morning,
but when Judge Andrade found that
the defendant had gono bc)ond his
reuch, he ordered his case stricken
from the calendar
De Ponte, according to l.lcenre In
spector Pennell, was a victim of the
liquor habit. Yesterday afternoon
In company with A Andrade, anoth
er Portuguese, be was found In u
Late In the afternoon, de Ponte,
who hnd taken a considerable amount
of spirits, wandered down toward thu
(Continued on Page 3)
Senate Passes House Bill
On Its Final
LIVELY DISCUSSION IN
BUSY SESSION OF SOLONS
Fairchild Condemn! Minimum Wage
Bill and Infers That Politics
Are Pushing it Along.
&KS PRAVCISCO, CaL, March 30.
SUGAR: M degree Centrifugals, 4.02
cents, or $80.40 per ton. Previous
quotation, same date, 3.89 cents.
Quotation March 27, 3.9925 - cents.
Has Had Enough;
Jack Lucas has been offered another
season of duty on tho Oahu Liquor
Commission and promptly refused It.
Ho has had enough of the arbitrary
This morning It was stated on tho
street that tho Hon. Joel Cohen, seek
ing to assist tho Governor In his stren
uous duties had suggested that Jack
I.ucas and Prank Thompson be select
ed to All the positions mado vacant
by tho resignations of llallentynesind
Tho Qqvernor will not tell.
Poll -Taxes become delinquent on
March 31st. Pay it now.
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in small quantities sanitary con
tainers. Leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PH0HE 15.
30th Day Morning Session '
After a discussion occupying the
best part of an hour, the Senate this
morning passed House Hill No. 9'J.
providing for the appointment of
Deputy HherltTs, on third reading.
J The bill pasred by a vote of 1: to 3,
but the upiKMltlon contested to tha
Senator Haker, who resigned as
Deputy Sheriff to accept the toga
from his district on Hawaii, fought
the bill vigorously. He Invoked tha
Constitution of the United States
and the Declaration pf Independence
to prove that the deputy sheriffs of
.!! Territory should be elected.
"The Unted Btates (ought for free,
dom from monarchical government,
I that we might have government by
the people, for tho people, and of the
people," he shouted In a tolce of
.thunder. "We are assured of the
right to govern ourselves. That is
the principle of American liberty."
He did not point out Just where
the appointment of deputy sheriffs
would be an Infringement on the
right of the people to govern them
selves, but he harked back to his
"government by the people, of the
people, and for the people" several
Baker Sees Plot
. Uaker seemed to see a deeply laid
Plot to rob the people of the Terri
tory of their liberties, and he ended
his oration by making a motion that
action on the bill be Indefinitely
Palrchlld took the floor on the oth
er side. He expressed a belief that
there would be no serious curtail
ment of any personal liberties should
the Sheriffs be allowed to appoint
llakekau was the next to take
part in the discussion. He announc
ed that he would speak in Hawaiian,
und lie proceeded to do so. Tho' as
sistant clerk, 'who Is supposed to act
as Interpreter, did not Interpret, hnd
only those Senators who know the
Hawaiian tongue were able to get
much out of the Senator's remarks.
i The gist of his argument was that,
i (Continued on Page 3)
s ' s
Pay your Poll Tax now. It be
comes delinquent March 31.
The Marathon Boys
Our boys will enter the next Mar
athon race. They are always in
training and hold all records for
speed in delivering messages.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HTOK GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING- MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD t2 IRON REDS,
J. Hopp 6c Co.,
165 KINO 6T.
Jarrctt Offers Post To Kinney Who Declines
Pinkerton Ma nMay Be Brought From
The Mainland-For Chief of Detectives r
Chief of Detectives Kalaklela a Ml
be vacalliiK his position In the near
Sheriff Jarrelt Is ilelcrmlmil ihrt
thu constant fault-finding with tin- inj
ure department wlllliavc to ceai.
The conference with tho police com
mlttee of the Hoard of Super visors
only strengthened the Sheriff's hand,
and at the conclusion of tin meeting
Jarrett wrote and offered the itonltlon
to H. W Kinney, late city editor of tho
K v e n I n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 u, and now ed
itor of the Hllo Tribune Mr Kinney,
hottour. wirelessed back that he could
not accept the position. The Sheriff
regrets this M-ry much ns he cnnsld
cred Kinney n tin.! class man for the
Now that KlniH'J has lurris' down
the job, a suggestion hits hevn nu1
that u Pinkerton man, or some oihr
well-qualified ieron, bo brought from
the coast to fill the povltlou. It .
fard flu- , ri-iii u toil!,! iw
U- I'lmnull in ii-tiiiil a : I m.m t.
ciime. hiii I what will H- i)..iu- In tut.
mjtti i- i not at iirenent kii'ti
However. mnvelhlnK rmllral iriil
havo to be done and Sheriff Jarred Is
going to see the matter through no
flint fl la alflHnJ til n. . .
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bare benn grtuz h round the Potic
v-win as 10 rvaiaaieias mtecewMr a-'
toino of tho present statfi lian lm
mentioned as likely to ff uroimrfkm
(..wit inm is most miikeftr on Un: fee
t Uhp thing Is certain Kalaklnla lr
(dated to walk ilank and that Just.
(' soon as his Kiiecfssor Is apniMI'.
Train-. ,i .Ivi.mr. vim was mMr
ciiiiil for hav.nit a linrky.l wire feHt&
lo- i.i i'.m h,1i urhe -mil nestr Ksv "J
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WASHINGTON, D. C, March 31. It was announced here todny that
April 26 and will sail from there to Seattle.
WASHINGTON. D. C, March 31. There arc Judications that the
House of Representatives wiU soon adopt a resolution setting April 10
as the date when the vote will be taken on the tariff bill.
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GRAFTERS FiGKTING J
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they should not be punished for contempt of court for ignoring the in-
innrtiftn atMitn.f nMninn tim. ..Im f l. TTh..J c:t.. r. ,
,.... t,. wn-u.uH ic uv. at IIIE UUtlCU AttllWUVS wOmDjnV. mg a
safes were ODened under a search warrant to discover documents valu- ,
u '"c iiuKtuima wiucn iuui o:cn sioien irom ttie JJistnct Attor-'l
UCJ a (JUllC.
BLACK POPE MAY UVE
MANILA. P. I.. March 31. The death ntnri- nf Pun. T.in uL
Black Pope of the Philiopines, has bien commuted to life imirisoiixumt.
ST. PETERSBURG. Rnsiia. March 31 Tim nnlKnni; .,- A!..
covered the nlot of an unrisin? in th- Cflnratnc ar;i tti. rin--.n. ..,.
Seventy arrests have been made.
CRAZY SNAKE STILL AT LARGE
MUSKOGEE. Okla.. March 31 Th- raninn. nr Pl,;.r pm, ci-
is not confirmed.
YOU GENTLEMEN to become bet
ter acquainted with the merits of
our SPECIAL WALKING SHOE,
It is made of specially selected Vici
Kid, on a foot form last, with flex
ible welted double soles. Very ft
STOCK No. 523, PRICE $5 00.
Call and .ft us show them to you.
Manufacturers Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort St.
1 1 ill.
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