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THE BULLETIN A Live Newspaper in a fertile field
VOL. XI. NO, 4274,
8 PA0E8. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 50 CENTS
JAPANESE CRUISERS RRAYELY
ARRIVE IN PORT
Kncorted by n fleet of sampans, gor
geously decked with tho flags of
America, llrltaln, nnil Nippon, the
tndcl squadron of the Imperial .tap
nncso Navy, commanded by Hear Ad
inlral IehlJI, entered the Inner liartior
and docked at the Navul wharves
shortly utter 8 o'clock this morning.
Hours before the ship reacbrd
their moorings, the shore lino was
crowded with excited Japanese, anx
ious to welcome the warships of their
nation and to do honor to the Togoi.-to-be
for whoso boneflt the cruise Ik
All of the larger Kampans of the
fishing Heel were called Into servl'n
for the occasion, and as the word
went forth that the Abo and the
Ho j a were about to enter the harbor,
the column of odd-looking craft Btart
ed for the outer harbor In stngta-llla
The squadron arrived off port very
early this morning und shortly after
8:30 o'clock they weiu alongside the
Naal wharves, where the Admiral
was greeted by Captain Itecs, com
mandant dt tho Naval Station.
Japanese Consul General Calls
While tho cruisers were waiting off
port, Consul deneral Uycno, accom
panied by Secretary lto and Lieuten
ant Commander Moses, Captain of
the Yard, went out In n launch to
greet Admiral IehlJI. They were fol
lowed by tho entertnlnment commit
tee, consisting of Mr. Tokleda of the
Yokohama Bpeclo Hank, J. Aral, )r.
Hulda, M. Yamashlro, Keillors Tusnka.
Bheba, and Onodcra of the Japanese
press, and a repicsentntlve of tho
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Greeted by Admiral
As soon as the flagship tied up to
tho Navul wharf, Admlinl khljl,
through Consul General Uenn, in
vited the members of tho committee
and representatives of the press to
his private apartment, where he re
ceived them The health of tho
Kmperor of .In pan was then drunk
whllo nil stood
"I nm glad to greet j on, gentle
men," said Admiral IehlJI. "This is
splendid weather mid I urn glad tc
wy that tho ships and the men ar
rive here In splendid condition." Ho
thon told the guests to bo scuA-d.
Admiral IehlJI, sui rounded by his
staff, talked freely with Ills guens.
He said that he was here about 2G
years ago In the Japaneso training
ship Tsukuba Kun, during the relgu
of King Kalakaua, whom ho lemer.i-
tbcred very well. Me was then n lieu
tenant In the navy.
He said that when ho was here last
the harbor was somewhat larger than
It Is today There was no quaran
tine wharf, nor the Sand Island then.
The training ship Tsukuba Kan had
stood at what they called them "the
naval row" pointing to tho place
where the Japanese and other war
Captain Rees Arrives
Just as he was going to tell his ice
ollectlon of the past, the deck officer
announced that Captain Uces of the
United States Navy had arrived The
entertainment (ommlttee then retlr
cd and was escorted Into the room of
Commander N. Sakamoto, chief of
K. Tokleda, chairman of tho en1
tertaliunent committee, made ar
rangements for tho reception und en
tertainment of the Admiral, the olll
tors, and men of tho cruisers. It was
decided that the officers should Le
taken to various points of Interest,
such rut tho Mounnlun gardeuB, Wul
klkl, the Pall, and othor places. Mr.
Tokleda Informed too chief of stall
that tho Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce would bo pleased to make a
special trip to Hqlelwa for tho ben
pflt of the Admiral and senior officers.
At Hnlelwa a lunch will be served
under the direction of L. T. Peck,
representing the Chamber of Com
merce. Tho Chief expressed his
thanks and accepted tho suggestion.
On Sunday afternoon tho cruisers
"111 be open to Inspection by the Jap
aneso school children only. On Mon
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday of next
week tho public will be allowed to
visit the ships In the afternoon, from
1:30 to u o'clock.
Chief of Staff Sakamoto was here
about ten eurs ago In the Japanese
cruiser HI) el, and Is therefore quite
a kamaalna in Honolulu.
Tho murine bind on board the
flagship Abo. under tho leadership ot
I.lcut. II. Akankl, will ghe nubile
(Continued on Page 4)
in small quantities sanitary con
tainers, leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
'ttTmX .kSSBrj t'cTaV
rfltrjimtn" Cftr.itrd Sa Ouir
We have something
to say to you about
CLOTHES. You can
tret a snit 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.
Thev are tailored to fit,
and tailored in style,
POLLITZ IS HERE;
Hawaiian Com'c'l News;
To Float Irrigation
Not only will the stock of Hawaiian
Commercial he dhlded into tueul)
flvo dollar shares The new slimes will
be declared dully paid up
This additional Information won gtv
en out thin morning by B. l'ollltz, tho
San rranclsco-Honolulu financier, who
came In this morning on his annual
trip to the Islands.
Mr. l'ollltz Is not tho least surprised
at tlio condition of the local stock mar
ket or tho status of the raw BUgar mar
ket. It only fulfills what he has been
telling tho peoplo all along and some
of them thought bo was a little bit
I am very much pleased with tho
situation," said Mr l'ollltz this morn
ing when seen In his rooms at tho
Young. "I am not surprised nt tho
prlco of sugar or of stocks in the local
market. They are All worth tho prices
the) are selling for and more.
"I was very glad to see how tho noo-
plo hero hnve handled tho situation.
That Immigration measure was one of
tho best guarantees of stable condi
tions that you could lme. In a com
paratively short time tho completion
of tho Panama canal will put Hawaii lu
clone touch with Kuropc.
..','8uu Pranclsen l not a very strong
uuycr. wo need money for tho con
struction of our city, and when It
comes right down to It Hawaii In buy
ing securities from San Francisco Is
reciprocating tho good friendship that
Bun FranclBco showed In days gono by,
when tho' people dawn here needed
money nadly and San Francisco oienod
tho money markets of the world to
them. Hawaii Is In somewhat tho
tamo position us the man who ha.
bocn grub staked und now has a
chunce to pay back tho good will und
assistance of old friends.
"You havo splendid prospects ahead'
down horo. Kver) thing l bright for
joti: Tho sugar turlff will not bo turn
pored with. Your population will be
Increased. Our cities on Sun Francis
co bay show what advertising will do.
Wo are Increasing by tho humlrnl
thousands ovcry ear, all on account
ui me unionising campaigns. You
will got nioro icople. Your real estate
niaiket cannot fall to rod tho Impetus
of it in n vorv short time Your labor
market Is stable. I know of no part
of the western country that bus any
more brilliant future thun yours Just
at tho present time,
"My trip down hero this tlmo Is to
assist tho Henry Watcrhouso Trust
Company in floating the bonds o the
Hawaii Irrigation Company. If it wcro
not for tho fuct that there is a State
tax on tho securities or outsldo com
panies thesa bonds could be floatod on
the California market above par I am
satisfied of that. As It la I think the
local murket will tako them up us
they nro Indeed first class securities in
"I always like to como to Honolulu I
ana i am glad to see you liuvo fixed tho
weatherror us. It Is good to see
thlngH as bright as thoy woro In tho
old days, brighter In fuct because o
erythlng is on u stalilo basis now,"
! Ftje Bill
Governor I'roar today vetoed tho
House Ulll providing that attorneys
appointed to defend lniPcunlou de
fendants In criminal ciscs, may bo
n warded fees not to exceed $100, at the
discretion of the court, the money to
bo paid out of Territorial funs,
The hill pissed the Senate by only
a small majority vote, there being
strong opiHisldon to It on tho part of
most of the attorneys In the upper
chamber Action on the veto hns been
defened until Saturday next, but It Is
the general heller that tho veto will be
Secretary Mott Smith Informed tho
Scnatn that tho Governor had signed
the follow Inlg hills:
House Ulll No Ml, Act CC, An Act
to Prolde for the Acquisition of Ijind
and Other Projorty for Public Pur
loses; House Ulll No. 1S2. Act Ml. An Art
to Protect Purchasers of Heal Hstato
from Fraudulent Conveyances;
House Dili No. 127, Act 57, An Act
to Provide 1 r. the Disposition of
Funds HccelvciM'pon Snt or Curtain
DIED THIS MORNING
Brilliant Woman Passed
Mrs. Walter Ilrlnckcrhoff died Ihls
morning from the shock of child birth.
Tho news of Mrs. llrlnckerlioft'j
dealt) camo us a terrific tfyoclc to her
crj wldo circle of friends, many of
whom hud seen her within tho last
few days In the best of health. Tho
little son lives und Is healthy and
Mrs. llrlnckerhoff Is the sister of
Mrs. Jas. I). Castlo and one or tho
famous Whllo family of Wlnchendou
Springs. Previous to her murrlago to
Dr. IlrlnckerhotI some two cars ago
fche lived with her sister, Mrs Castle.
Her friends uro legion.
SENATE FROWNS ON
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.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 1. Sugar
86 degree centrifugals, 3.99 cents, or
$79.80 per ton. Previous quotation 4.02
BEETS 88 analv.l. 1fl. dlLM ar.
Ity 4.19 cents. Previous quotation 10s.
MI8S DRE6SLER BANKRUPT.
Ixindon, March 15. Tho liabilities of
Marie Dresslor, tho American actress,
amount to $10,000 und assets to $3000,
nccordlng to estimates presented ut u
meeting of tho creditors today.
Holsteln's Pet Measure
Goes To Final
There will probably be no unmial
sessions of the Legislature. House
Concurrent Hetolutlon No. 17, Speak
tr Holsteln's pet measure, memorial
izing Congress to amend the Organic
Act so that sessions of thirty du)s'
duration muy be held every 5 ear by
the Territorial lawmakers, wus sent
to slumberland lu the Senate this
At first it looked as though there
might be u little support for tho res
olution, but It toon developed that
most of those who wero Inclined to
support Jjie measure were prompted
b) a belief that tho resolution, hav
ing passed thiough the House, might
prove u useful instrument to cut-nnd
patch and submit In a form so
I (.hanged (lint Its own father would
not know It.
Senator Fulrchlld was tho llrst
man to take the floor. He thought
that it might In time become wise
lo change tho law governing tho ses
sions of the legislature, but ho
thought that the change should pin
vide fur sumIuiih onio III foiir yearn
Instead or every year.
Senator MiCarlh) wanted action
on the resolution Indefinitely post
poned. I Coelho believed that tho resolu
tion might prove usefui. Snld he:
"I do not believe In these fre
quent sessions of the Legislature;
they cost money and will prove tiou
blesome. Permanent Committees
i "It does Beem, however, that the
resolution might be so amended us
to make It a very wholesome meas
ure. "I believe In the maintenance of
permanent Blinding committees.
Such committees could keep in touch
with affairs during the recess of the
Legislature. The committees could
druw up such bills nsjhey wight con
sider necessary, and have them ready
lo present at the next session of tho
"It seems to me that this resolu
tion might bo amended in u wuy that
would provide for Uls."
Senator Knudsen thought that
there might be some merit in the
"Annual sessions of thirty days'
duration would not prove anything
like as hard on out-of-town members
as biennial sessions of sixty dajs,"
said he, "I do not believe that this
bill should b killed; I am rather In
favor of having It referred buck to
the Judlclay Committee."
Senator McCarthy "In Its pres
ent form, I am most certainly opposed
to that resolution. If It can be
amended so as to cover Senntor Coel
ho'g point, I havu no objection to
having the matter placed In the
the Judiciary Committee"
(Continued on Page 3)
The Marathon Boys
1 Our boys will enter the next Mar
athon race. They are always in
training; and hold all records for
speed in delirerine messages.
SERVICE. PHONE 381.
ALL OUR T
3 r FT PiJSD! $
IFfS p i E in. if!
L.LS 8 UOilJin
HAVANA. C II lift Afiril 1 Tim AmafiriH tmf .,.!, .. .....i
out of existence today. General Barry and tho kit of the noons (hat
n Atra kaati mt-n it mm a J 1. 1..1 M1 . .
Mvi. uti.ii uttuuucu in jioa. wuieu ior new lOXK
Zeppelin's Airship Is
Eleven Hours In Storn
MUNICH. Germany. Anril 1. Count Zenrelm whili. nnmtinr. l.;
airship, was today at the mercy of a storm for eleven houn He raat'd
his descent without casualty. i
mi i m
IL r: .j do,AA i
NEW YORK. N. Y Anril 1. ?ueilit Jntk Johomn .. iin
convicted of a charge mado npunst hira by a netao tnrl anil fined 520$
m I !! I yjw X I
Gau tenia la ns Deny
GUATEMALA, C. A.. April 1. fitstdeat C&brua insists m hh con?
inuuciion oi tae reponca movement ct lidntcpalan troops towud tlfE
frontier of Honduras. i -m
m i i m '
OilshipJHown Up ' 1
CATTE, April 1. An explosion took place toJay on boariftthr oil
bark Jules Henry. Twelve were Jailed and many injured "
TWO CENT POSTAGE-
Joseph Leal will be the new chief
of detectives, ho having been offered
tho position. I.enl was formerly as
sistant to Chlcr Tn lor In tho detect
tlve department. Knluklela will re
lieve ono of tho men In tho Deputy
Sheriff 'u olllce, nnrt Inter on will be
provided for somewhere In tho de
partiiicnt, Knlaklclu Is III and may
havo to undergo un operation In tho
BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
The iwo-icnt postage lalo
between (iiwit llrltaln and the'-i,
I nlied Slates has bn-n oxiond-
id so as tn liiludn the I Inv. nil-
nu Islands This announce-
went, which wns cabled noioe
" lime ao was loiiflrnied l)
C- inn l i lit
r-i,:n-XYTrr.-TTi m inrrjnfm,r.-)
APRIL RECORD jLEPROSY flEASUIIE'
FOR TOURISTS PASSES THE HOUsY
Arrivals Largest And
Wood Says More
' Are Coming
Secretary Wood In ht letter in Dm
Promotion Committee, sas today
I am pleased to bo nblo to roport
that our latest Information confirms
tho statement previously mado, name
ly, that tho present 'month's arrhaU
win surpass tlioso of any previous
April. Our correspondence albti tends
(Continued on Page 3)
Provides For $40.00'
Hospital On This
Tho administration Inpixnv bill pn
vlillng for n leprosy )Usplt.il nt Bolto
lulu, passed the House this mocnlu
b u voto or 20 tn I. with virtual! n
opposition A rv minor auieiidineiil
ttoto nffurisl and oled down, but lu
body spoko agilust the measure Cvr
Kiinuio. who una been expected 4
(Continued on Pajre 3)
HEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADF, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OLt IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp fe Co.,
185 KING ST.
YOU GENTLEMEN to become bet
tcr acquainted with ths merilB 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 soft
STOCK No. 523. PRICE $5.00.
Call nnd let us show them to you.
Manufacturers Shoe Co..
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL BTS.
023 FORT STREET
1051 Fort St.