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Murania . . ., April 27'
VOL. XI. NO. 4278.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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SOLONS HOIST '
BY OWN PETARD
Registrar Hapal of the Territorial
Treasury refused this noon to pay
warrants ef the Territorial Senate on
tho ground that he could not pay them
under the new law provldlrlg for a pur
chasing' cgent. This brlnga the Ter.
Htory to a standstill, as none of the
departments nor event the Legislature
can Incur a cent of Indebtedness
or pay out money.
Is tho Lcglslaturo nbove din laws
which It ltnolf enacts? If so, why?
It Is Iruo that an lionorablo member
may not ho arrested for a misdemean
or, such as carrjlng n concealed
weapon, as one. of them Is known to
do, and 'that they are given tlireo
ilns' grace to set out of town utter
the Legislature ndjnurnn ulno die bo
foro tho officers of tho law may tnko
them Into custody for minor offense,
but are they superior to other laws?
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AND LOCJ. OPTION
Tho people of the Torrllory of Hawaii would Iiavo more confidence
In tho Integrity of the no-culled iempcranco workers of tho Territory If
the record wore not decorated with tho following document addressed
to Senator Coellio and lmWng to do with his homestead. It Is an In
teresting tommontnry on tho tlottor that members of tho United States
Congress connldorMt outrageous, while certain residents of Hawaii claim
.that tho samo thing Is going on nil the tlmo and thcrcforo represents
tho moral uthmlnrd of tho Territory:
902 Kinau St, '
Honolulu, H. T.
Cable Addrew "Theodore" V
My dear Mr.,Coelhol "$ May 8, '07
Your not coming to sec me in response to my note seemed rather
suggestive to me.( Our business relations have always been on a dis
tinctly friendly basis. You nppcar to desire to have that element with
drawn. I draw my inference from your attitude to my note as well as
vour allying yourself openly with the liquor interest in the vote on the
Local Option question. Notwithstanding your frequent statements to the
contrary you opposed a measure which you" knew then was opposed bv
the liquor men of the distinct issue that uch a measure was inimical
to their interests. That is YOUR business perhaps but I judge that hav
ing m?de your choice of friendserbu arc willing to abide by it, and will
henrcforth look for favors from that side wholly. My regret in 'his
ract'er will be henceforth considered immaterial. Now to BUSINESS,
then, sinre you will 'have it so;
Should you desire to buy that house on the old terms paying rent to
date you an ct liberty to do so. If I do not hear from you before June
First I will understand bv your silence that you arc no longer inter
ested in the place and will advertise for a new tenant with the expecta
tion that the premises will be vacated by that tree.
This I believe you will concede to be a fair proposition.
Rctrrctting very much your cliangc of base and with continued kind
ly feelings to yourself I am
Yours very truly.
Teuilorv of Hauaii, Honolulu,
First Judicial Circuit.
I, P. H. Burnette, a Notary Public, do hereby certify that the fore
doing is a full, true and complete copy of the original, and that "friend
ly" in lir.e and .the words " the premises will be vacated bv that tirae.'
Una 20 of the typewritten portion, wero in red, while the remainder was
Witness my hand and Official ScrI, this lGtli day of June, A. D.,
P. II BURNETTE,
' Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
-fiaijimlr)" Ctindtrd 0;d, Cuit
We have something
to say to you about
CLOTHES. You can
get a suit in any cloth
ing store that will fit
you, more or less, and
look more or less dres
sy for a whilo;
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,
WILL STOP MERE
MEANS Mllltl IRK
Auditor Bicknell Has
His Hands Full
Auditor Illckncl this morning began
handing out tho first pay sllpH to be
Issued under tho new indlvldn-il w ar
rant ) stem, adopted by tho Hoard of
Supervisor. In.cquxonucnce, ho found
Ma office Jammed with workmen nil
Under tho old it stem, blanket war
tantR wcro Isnued, tho heads of de
partment caching thorn and paying
tho nionoy fiver to tho men. Now
iery workman on tho roads gets his
little piece of bluo paper, which hn pre
fccnts In person lo Treasurer Tront
when he wants Ilia monoy.
Snperisor Knne, who called In get
the warrants for tho road worktnon In
the Kwa dUtrlct. was forced to crnni
forty of tho blue checks Into his coal
IHichet. Incidentally, Illckncll was
forced to tnko on an extra man tn lielp
out In tho work. Ifo will nslt tlio Sup
ervisors to approro his action at to
The Auditor has been a bury man
tho past few days. All nf (lie roid do-
partment warrants. Invalidated by tho
dorlslon of the Huprcmt) Court, havu
tn bo eanrejlcd, hefovo the new oni-B,
authorised by tho jumbling Act, 'can
bo lis'uril. "-
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Aonl 0. As the result o' a request
made from Washington by the American Government, Great Britain mil
refuse to allow ex-President Castro a landing at Trinidad. Castro is ,
bound toward Venezuela with the doclared purpose of inaugurating a rev
olution to overthrow President Gomez. It is presumed that he intended
to make the British port a base of o-eratlor
chahUjS v.- rAiREWWd.
0 turn tr mutt
April 3rd, 1909.
HON. CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS,
Honolulu Chamber Commerce rejpcctfully urges you to stop over in
Hawaii on your Trans-Facino, trip. ,
JAJUiS i. MUHUAfl,
Pasadena, Cal., April 6th, '09.
JAMES F. MORGAN, President,
I heartily thank you for the invitation; will be pleased to stop in
Hawaii if it can be readily arranged. Will advise you later.
CHARLES W. FAIR HANKS.
KERR'S RECORD SALE
All day yesterday U. I). Korr & Coa
store ..wan packed to tho doora with
peoplo trying to get In nn the big ro-
ductlon salo of Dry Goods. It was tho
I'blggcst Bale, of a twehomonth. Tho
( stock is going very rnpldly, and ou
must get In early before the best
'goods aro sold, Special reductions on
F. CHASE TO PREACH
Monstgnor IMwIn ItiiBsell Chaso,
clianlnln of tho Fifth Cavalry, atatloncd
tin" morning when ho introduced tno nt lllchua, will preach In tho Catlt.
following resolution: ollc Cathedral at 8 o'clock Sunday
"WhereaB, thcro nio a number of morning. Tho servlco will bo In Eng-
people nt tho Leper Suttloment nt Kn- n,n mi residents of every faith aro
inwao aim Katatipapa, jmoiokbi, who cordially Invited to attond.
aro to nil apiaranccs rreo irom tno
dlsenno of lcprony, who have been seg
regated thcro for more than 10 ears.
MESSINA. Sicily, April 6. Ex-2r:si:!cnt Roosevelt arrived hcie to
day and met the King and Queen of Spain on board the battleship Urn-
" ' - ' ' - "I , T
WASHINGTON, D. C April 6. President Taft today named Judge
Richard Sloan as Governor of Arizona and George Young Territorial Sec
retary. i ,J
Senator Ilurvcy c.it a
bonihsliell Into the upper
When you are providing for
the future, it is wisdom to
patronize a concern whose
name and reputation stand for
something; whose methods of
doing business are known to,
be fair and square,
Let'us explain our methods
to you. It will require but a
and somo leas, and have not nliown any:
nlgns or Indications of Increase, In their
affliction or becoming worse;
'Therefore Ho It KcsOhod, that tho
Hoard of Health hn and It Is hereby
requested to forthwith bring back from
thu I.oper Settlement tn the Kallhl flo-
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Under a decision of the Virginia cor
in small quantities sanitary con
tainers. Leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. ' PHONE 15.
passcngor rate on
tho Virginia rail-
hereafter will bo 2 cents n
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
See Window Display,
Seats for the
may be had through this office and
at a slight advance over the regular
price of tickets. There will be no
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Gets Test Vole
WASHINGTON. D. C. Amil C Amendments to the tariff bill were
introduced in the House today to reduce the duty on lumber and hides.
They were defeated. The countervailing duty on lumber was stricken
We Can AccompliTa
what we believe wo can ac
complish" AND WE HAVE.
The Best $4.00
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market. We'll con- if
u of this, if you'll call Sx,
to see it. No. 414. S2&
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. "The Place to Buy Shoes."
CORNER OP TORT AND HOTEL STS.
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