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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWaIi, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. XI. HO. 4277.
ISSUE IS FLOATED
JUDGE LINDSAY RESIGNS HIS OFFICE
H fi h Urn b"
ci oil (lie matter.
Will Leave the Bench At End of This
Month Has Formed Partnership With
Albert Judd Under the Name of Lindsay
Judge Lindsay hns handed In lits,rmt, ho Intel not In any Miy contfld-
rcslgnatluu to laKo effect the end u(
tills mouth. Tlio Judgo will form n
law partncrtOilp with Albert Jmlil.
and tlio now flrm In to lio known as
Lindsay & Jmlil.
In an Intcrvlav this morning.
Judge I.lmlsay remarked: "Yes, It Is
a fact that I have resigned, anil tlio
end of this month will finish my
term n k Second J lid 50 of ttiix court.
1 hnvo liecn thinking ot tanking the
clinngo for sonio time.
SAYS THE HOUSE
Is introduced By
OF ADMIRAL IJICIII
Kerr'K Htoio on A'uIcp.i ilro I. nuis
crowded to tha doors all iUv Satur
day. The Immense stock of dry goods
of nil kinds la point? at sscrltlca priced
and ulll contimru nil this week. U Is
not often that n slock of this slzo Is
thiown oiR'li to tlio nubile at such low
io. i navo no moa ot wno my , ,rrp8, mid everybody should tako ml
successor will ho. I nm going lntuantaso f t ,cforo tlio Block ruim
partnership with Alliert Jntld and too j-
wo will carry on a general law prac-
tlco." -Judgo llayrr Sulzberger of Phll.1-
It In rumored .-that cither Judgo delphli litis presented to the Jowlsh
Andrado or Whitney will lie called to Theological Seminary of America, In
tlio position vacated by Judgo LInd- New York, more than 200 Hebrew
fay, Judgo Andrado on being seen manuscripts on tho condition that
this mornlng.-stntod that It 'was news thoy shall ho distinctively marked
to him, nnd that dio had had no offl- unions the manuscripts of tho semi
cial Intimation ot tho cllango. In nary, ,
Representatives Express Gratitude
That Honolulu Is Honored by
Visit of the Training
Fortieth Day Morning Session.
"llesolvcrt, That wo, tho members
of the Houso of ItcprcBuntntlvcs of tho
Legislature of Hawaii, oiclng the sen
timents of tho populnce at large, hero-
IN TARIFF BILL
Distinctly Favorable Jo
WORDING UF BILL WIPES
OUr AMBI4U0US DETAIL
Free Sulphate of Ammonia Means
Much to Local People Of
WHO SHALL BUILD
House Bill Keeps Upper
Busy For Some
ELECTION LAW AGAIN IS
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PEKIN. China. April 5,
iiu nun raticlncni nn a law that no Chinese mav adopt for:icn citizenship, Tho3c that
ur TUB wuiuiucnAiiUki arcady done ,0 are accepted under this law as still Chinese
The Chinese Government has promulgated
With But Twenty Days More of the
Session Left, Solons 'Are Pay
intr Strict Attention
"The bonds of tlio Hawaii Irriga
tion Company arc limited," Bali' Kd.
I'l.lllU this morning. "Tho wbdlo
li'islncss will ho closed up nt noon
tomoriow and they can go ahead with
tho work of tho lower dltih whirl)
this bond Issue of u million dollars
' Klghty per innt. of the bond!
hnvo lit en taken In Honolulu. What
i mains tomorrow of tho Isjuc ill
lie taken up by our firm, Kd. PoillU
4: Co , of San rrnnclsco."
1 his statement, mado by )U Pol
111." this morning, shows that ho has
been about tlueo days In winding up
tho work for which ho ennio down
here. He has been nrsoclated In this
work with tho Henry Wntcrhouso
This proposition has hung flro for
n long tlnio. The first schcnio wns
to lloat It here, but It enmo on the
market when money wns scarce
Then It was tnl.cn to Iindon and lo
ported to hao been floated by Oco.
Marfarlauo. Thnt fell through and
another attack wns mado on Loudon
hut without satisfactory results. It
wns (lion decided that tho local In
vestors were In n position to tnko up
the proposition thoroughly Known lo
cally. Mr. I'ollltz caino down to fin
ish up tlio notation.
This means Immediate work In tho
ditch business, nnd icrtaln water
supply for tlio Hnmakua plantations.
Btnjtmfo" Ctn.i-.ri OiA Cult
We have something
to say to you about
CLOTHES. You can
pet a suit in any cloth
ing store that will At
you, more or less, 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.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
by extend to Admiral IJIchl, to his offi
cers and to his men, our hearty nlohn
mid wclcomo to theso Islands, tho out-
post of tho United States of America;
Itesolved, That wo esteem It an
honor and u privilege to entertain tho
mail who stood at the right hand of
tho lllnstrloiis Togo In tlio greatest
naval battle of all times. In command
ot tho flngsMp ot tho victorious fleet;
and that wo feel especially gratified
In recalling tho fact that tho hero of
said memprilblo day Was himself a vls
Itor In Honolulu years ago;
"Ilosolvod, That wo regard the prcB
enco In 'this port of Ills Imperial Jap.
oncso Majesty's training squadron,
composed, as It Is, of two magnificent
prizes, as homing eloquent testimony
to tho prowess and enterprise of n
great nnd progressiva nation, and as
mi aiiBplclous event which will tend
to still further cement tho bonds of
friendly relations wlilch havo over
linked this country to tho Hmplro of
"Ilesohort, That wo confidently an
ticipate a continued brilliant career
fur our distinguished visitor, Admiral
IJIchl, nnd sincerely hopa that health
nnd happiness. inny over attend him
ns well as his gallant officers and men;
"itesolved, That a suitably en
grossed and Illuminated copy of theso
losolutlons bo prepared and proscntod
to Admiral IJIchl through tho medium
of his Inivilal Japancso Majesty's
Consul (ieiicr.il for tho Territory of
The nhovo resolution was Intro
duced In tho Houso this morning' by
Representative Coney, with tho back'
ing, It Is understood, of tho Speaker,
and wns nt onro adopted without op
Nakalokn Improved tho opportunity
offered by tho trip to tho settlement
yosterdny to do n little political work,
nnd enmo back with n petition signed
by 19S patients living nt Kalaupap.i
(Continued on Pose 3)
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The plneapplo peoplo of the Terri
tory am considerably pleased with
the manner In which tho Payne tariff i Fortieth Day Mornlnn 8esslon.
bill handles tho American pineapple .lloiim Dili No. 29, providing for the
growers nnd cannon. 'construction of roads through public
Tho Incrcnso of tho tariff on fresh lands open for settlement purposes,
fruit from J7 wr thousand plnea to Kt tangled up In so many ramMca
IK. i.er thousand has nlrcndv been thins In tho Senate IIiIb morning, that
Ilotoji 'action wns finally dolcrrod until to-
Tho tariff hill nlro Btralghtcns out morrow.
inurA -P. o I Tn ,)ln' na originally framed In tho
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t i- - - - " '
-.... n...nn 'providing that not less than 50 per
mMMlTTFF FAVIIR cHt of tho proceeds from tho snlo ot
UUlTlini 1 I liL lfll UllU (government lands for homesteads shall
nsiriUri IlinnriirilT bonned foi' road building. Tho oxlst'
-i n-i niujjuuui.niL.ii i ))cn(IC(I Rlm)l ll0l oxec(!1, 0 Il0r ccnu
SENATE Ah "1u J,lll,c'ftry Coniinlilca thought
' the Ironclad provisions unwise, It was
Jchmigcd ho that discretion was al
lowed In tho sum to ho expended.
Then thoro rested with the Commls-
VOTE ON TAR
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 5. The Hoiis- of Rcprcssntativcs to
day passed the rule to vote on the tariff hill Tridavl The vote stood 101
to 178 and is considered n tut cf th; strength of tegular Rcpu'b.ica
An amendment was passed today which places a duty of 25 per cent,
ad valorem on petroleum.
Fortieth Day Afternoon Session.
Under the suspension of'rtilcs Knud
"c": t"u' "' , ' "'" ,::,: sloner of Public Lands tho power to
mlttee. reported on Senate Hill 102, nn , ,)Q
Act o prov do for tho paj "''.''' Iiulu or not Tho bill was amended so
Territory of Hawaii of a .certain J dg- as ft u obligatory with tho Com
nintil fnr tin. until, nff S30n tncelltnr . ... .
mlssloncr to build tho roads, unless
ment for tho sum. of' $3002, together
with Interest thereon, rendered by tho
Circuit Court for tho Third Circuit of
unld Territory In favor of David tf,
Ilakor, against Alatau T. Atkinson, At
thur M, Drown, I-orrln A. Andrew s and
George P. Kamauohu, nnd recommend
ed that the Torrltory pay for this ac
tion. Tho commltteo examined wlUiessoi
tho Governor should consider It un
wise. Til other words, tho rcsponsibll
Hy was placed on tho shoulders of tho
Apparently tho amended hill had
been hammered Into satisfactory
vhapo, but Just an n voto was about to
bo taken to pass (ho bill on second
fOfldlft ( HAnntnii ILf nlr.ls it movn.l nn
and llnd that tho utntcn.ents contained nmcmIn;cnt, pIaclnB tll0 ,, uullanK
fi. i, iAj . "
Roosevelt Lands And 1
Naples Greets Noisily
NAPLES, Italy, April 5. Ex-Prcsidcnt Roosevelt landed here today
and was received by the people with marked enthusiasm. The dock
was crowded to the limit, and all nlonp; the way to his hotel the ex-rres-ident
was cheered by enthusiastic Italians as well as the hundreds of
American tourists who have flocked to the city.
In tho preamble aro correct, Tho com
mltleo further loportod'that no action
of tort lies ; against tho Territory but or,nienjcnt of Public. Wprlw,
power in tho hands ot tho Commission.
er of Public Lands Instead of tho Sup-
that tho said defendants acted for tho
That was tho signal for tho racket.
......... "''" Benator Knudscn was the first ono to
ui-ui-i umi umv "- ""'h "" '""J- ,nko ,, nn,,. h,.,i ,,,
Of tho defnuiliints, ono, Atkinson, Is
dead; one, Andrews, Is out of tho Tcr
If )ou wnnt to tablo this hill, table
it. Uut do not kill It by putting In a
rltory, mul tho rest aruinnt very strong KalBWWi wlllch ho pVente,, ,n
financially. Hut oven IP they vvero ah o ,h ,, h m()rnng Thi auon.
to pay, It bcems thnt It wonlil bo unfair . u . i i ,
ivuniwuw w AKHP Of
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 withoat charge.
023 FORT STREET
to hold them personally llahlo for n
judgment obtained against thorn, whllo
acting under orders, j
Knmtson stated that the claimants
should ho puld Interest on tho amount.
Makckau said thoro wcro certain
matters discussed by tho commltteo
(Continued on Pago 2)
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price of tickets. There' will be no
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Ex-Governor Poynter Drop:
Dead After Argument,
LINCOLN, Neb., April 5. Former Governor Wm. F. Poynter dropped ys
dead from apoplexy this afternoon while in the office of Governor Shallnn- i?
berger. Mr. Poynter had just concluded an argument on the temper- $
ance question, when he sank to the floor nnd expired. i I
Sunk By Derelict -
PUNT A ARENAS Phlll Anrit S Th. .l.m.. Hit 1lMnl. 1,.. K..n I
SUnk in Collision SUnnOSedlv with a rlrrellrt Tho mnfain nnit 4u-pntv min
are missing. -1
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