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From San Franeisco:
Alameda ....April 9
For San Francisco:
Ada April G
AorancI May 1
Maratna April 27
VOL. XI. HO. 4279.
Measure Is Taken Up In
Committee Of The
SOLOiNS HEAR IDEAS OF
Cliairman's Job Gocsr Begging Wlien
Chamber Resolves Into Commit
tee io Consider Eleo
42d Day Moraine Session
Hennte Dill No. 8, tlio long-deferred
"tllroct primary bill," camo bc
foro (Mo Henato tills morning on nee
oml rending. On motion, the Sennto
resolved llsctf Into Commlttco ot the
Whole- to consider tlio bill, (section
lly special Invllntlon, A. 0. M. Kob
ortson anil Deputy Attorney General
Whitney occupied seats near tho
clerk'H ilcnk nnd took a prominent
part In tlio discussion. C. II. Dickey
and John Hmmcluth woro 'also on
hand, ntld chimed In noco In n while.
KlRht al tho start thoro was a lit
( Continued on Page 3)
SENATE STILL BUSY
ON PRIMARY BILL
General Election Law,
Stands In Way Of
AP.i. Day Afternoon Session
Hut lit t lo was ntcompllshcd this
afternoon by tho Bennto, Bitting In
(Continrel on Page 2)
Whit You Eat
' not more important than
WHERE YOU EAT. Try the
A. Y. CAFE
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Vf f ' namiSipFX '' J IKW V, J
frU, fc--ft-f i -iff H.rT-fh i 'Niiai t jA ft AttTrfr W itfi
3iS0 EDITION That Merchant Gdts.The Most For His Money Who Lets Thz Bulletin Do It For Him
Kawewehi's Bill Passes
Its Second Reading
' By Close Vote
ADVERSE IW'ORr OF THE
COMMITTEE IS TABLED
Democrats and Home Rulers Vote
Down the Real Republicans
of the Lower House of
42d Day Morning Session
Tho Democrat!! nnd Homo Itulora
of tlio House, aided by a few Ilepuli-
llcuim who nro nlwnvs Democratic or
Homo Rulo In their views when it
comes lo matters of local govern
ment, 'voted down tho real Republi
cans this morning nnd tabled tho ro
port of tho Judiciary Commlttco,
which recommended the tabling or
Knweuehl'B bill to divide tho pres
ent County of Hawaii into two Coun
tlo.'. Auunl'iloly ut argument wns mado
In favor or lho bill except Hint the
County has tho money to spend and
(Continued em ? -8)
BIG SUM ASKED IN
SUIT BY M. F.SCOTT
Company Owes Him
M. T. Scott and his wlfo, Nolllo It.
Scott havo, through their nttorncjs,
John Cnthcart and Fred Mllvorton,
commenced suit In tho Circuit Court ot
tho Third Circuit against tlio Kona De
velopment Company for $74,194.97.
Thu suit Is brought on n planting
contract. Tho romplnlnt nets forth
(Continued on Pace 2)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April C
SUGAR: 90 decree Centrifugals,
3 985 cents, or $70.70 per ton. Pre
vious quotation, 3.99 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 3 3-4d.
Parity. 4.18. cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 41-Zd.
We have somtthiag
to sar to you about
CLOTHES. You can
get a suit in any cloth
ing store that will fit
you, more or Uh, and
look more or lees dres
sy for a while ;
But if you want a
really dressy suit
one that will ALWAYS
are the ones yon want.
Thev are tailored "to fit,
and tailored in style.
FORT AND HOTEL SIS.
,;.,).. (i. it t m.f ,K i. r
10 PAGM. M9K0LULU, TMUUTORY OF HAWAII, (WEDNE8DAy!
TO STOP HERE
' ' t
GOVERNOR FREAR, Honolulu:
Sail ICth. Leave Honolulu May 1. Wife and daughter accompany
me. C WJ FAIRBANKS.
'April 7th, '09.
JAMES F. MORGAN, President Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu :
Sail sixteenth per Chiyo Maru; due Honolulu April 23rd; leave Ha
waii May 11th. CHARLES W, FAIRBANKS.
These cablegrams received this morning speak for themselves. Ar
rangements will begin immediately for the proper reception, anp enter
tainment- oi ex-vice rresiaeni rairoaniu ana iuj tunny. ;. x ir -
oanas is a ionncr neau oi me nnugiim uiuiuomvu ui -w "S'
Of the American Revolution.
RUN TO EARTH
Jon I-o;il, Chief of Uqtcctlvos, Is
ccrtntnly cleaning up things In stylo.
A wlroloss from Maul this morning
Informed Hherlft Jurrctt that the ne
gro, Harris, who escaped from tho
pollco station boiuo weeks ago, was
captured lust night. Leal left on
tho 'Maunn Kctf yesterday for Maul,
hnvlng forrotPd out tho fnct that tho
dusky csltipcd1 onoVas on that Isl
and. It appears that a letter which was
wrlttpn to on officer nt IiCllehua, wob
forwarded to Leal, Tho Chief at
onco went on a still hunt to find the
Individual who had presented tho
lottcr to tho Army nmn. Tho lcttor,
which stated that the writer had a
friend who vvnnted to got paiwago on
n trnnsport to tho Coast, carefully
avoided any direct allusion to tho
whereabouts of tho "friend" who
wns anxious to vlclt California, Lieu
tenant James, who" received tho lot
tcr. at onro Informed Leal, nnd tho
latter quickly located tho man who
On Information obtnlncd from this
Individual, Leal went to work, and
toon found Tint whoro tho negro wnB
living. Catching tho Mnunn Kca nt
the Inst moment, I-al sailed for I.n
Imln.i, nnd, after a brief hunt, sur
prised Harris, who was little oxpect
Ing anything of tho sort. It Is not
et known If tho negro showed fight,
but mi tho arrest took plnco In tho
early hours of tho morning, tho col
ored man wns probubly nslccp.
Leal nnd his prlKonor nro return
ing on tho Clnudlnc, nnd should bo
bore tomorrow morning cnrly. Then
tho mystery ns to how Mr. Harris
walked nut of tho pollco station will
bo cleared up. Tho officials at tho
rocnlvlng offlco are much Iv'trestcd
In tho matter, and tho day snlft say
the night officers are to blame. How-
When f ou are providing for
the future, it is wisdom to
patronize a conoem whose
name and reputation stand for
something; whoso methods of
doing business are known to
be fair and square.
Let us explain our methods
to you. -It will require "but a
923 FORT STREET
over, Ilairls will probably explain'
mnttors on his return nnd ono thing i
Is sura, and that Is that ho will havo
no opportunity to wnltx out again m
easily. At present tho door is locked
ns toon as anyone passci In or out; )
oven tho shortest rlp In or out 4 1st
waicnco. midline, jc.or must do lock
ed between file Vlsttrt.
I yea I Is Bald to be losing money by
holding down tho Chief's Job, as ho
made mnro a month In the autonio-
made mnro a month In the autonio-
bile business. It hns been rumored
that ho Intends resigning, now that
ho has cleared up tho several mo
torics which havo bcon worrying Ho
Tho handsome Industrial issuo ot '
tho IJ v o n I n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n has
mado Its appearnnco. ThoBo having
...u..u . ,.pr..L.-. ...uoU ..
rlends In other pari can do much
toward advertising Hawaii by send-
lng eopfca of the Issuo to them.
by Tho Henry Watcrhouao Trust Com
The TunB.au cup Is to bo played for ,,any nml ,;,,, Vomts Mo ycBtcrday
at Moanalua noxt Sundav, April 11 afternoon.
entries cioso at ci.m houno at 10 a. m.
The Hawaiian Gnu Club will hold
a chnllengo shoot at C o'clock this
uftcrnoon nt its rango on Ala Moann
rond. Henceforth theso shoots will
bo liojd weekly on Wednesday aftcr
nooiiB. "For Bala" cards at Bulletin.
umi"-i.'ri'j;j!.,vj!? 'jaj .mm
in small anaaHtiei tanitarr cos.
tainert. Ltare order for deHvery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. SING. PHONE 15.
Seats for the
may be had through this office, and
at a slight advance over the regular
price of tickets. There will be no
SERVICE. PHONE 361)
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIOH GRADU, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD Ott IRON BEDS,
JUST RECEIVED. . i. f ' ', 'LjJ
J. Hopp fc Co.,
18S KING ST.
APRIL 7, 1009. 10 PAGES.
' Wlllard 12. llrown Is mentioned an
one of tho men Governor Frcnr will
probably appblnt on the Oaliu Hoard
of Liquor Conimlsiloncrs. Drown Is
not looklng'for tho position, but will
consent to serve If thero Is no oppo
sition. Jones To
Tlicro Is a well-defined rumor cur-
rMtthnt Colonel J. W. Jones, Adiu-
tant VGoncral of tho Nntlonal Guard
of Hawaii, will he nnmoc! hv nnvorn-
or vicar as Territorial Purchasing
Agent. .In compliance with the pro
visions' of 8onate Hill No. 02, which
hilelyfbecnmo a law,
WHO TOOK UP
'BIG BOND ISSUE
Million Dollars Was
ttq-r nr ciBCrBIRCBC
WORK TO START AT ONCE
General Market Conditions Stocks
Quiet for Time Being Wailuku
Increases Its Divi
dend Tho final cloilif; up of tho million
dollar bond Issuo of tho Hawaii Irrtgn-
t,on company , lho ,,,KKefll ,lcm of
tno IocnI bntncig Qf ,h(J
Ab was oxcluotvoly announced by
lho Uullotln. tho bonds wero all
subscribed on Monday and the whole
ideal was finished up In Its final details
. Tho Bllbscrlbers of jnc bond MU0
nro given below. The notable feature
of tho list Is that Bomo of tho people
always figuring In previous bond deals
(Continued on Page 4)
IMward Pnyson Weston, the famous
pedestrian, recently left Now York
for lho AlaBkn-Yukon Pacific Exposi
tion nt Seattle and expects to walk
across tho continent In ninety days.
Weston Is now sovonty-ono yenrs of
ngo, but sa)B that ho will bo none, tho
worst for his long Journey when ho
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
See Window Display,
TEA TO BE
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 7. The House of Representatives to
day adopted 'the amendment to the tariff bill that provides for free tea
and removing the countervailing duty on coffee. This leaves coffee on
the free list
CASTRO HAS LANDED
FORT DE FRANCE, Martinique. April 7.
of Venezuela landed here today.
TORPEDO DESTROYER S'JNK
LONDON, England, April 7. The British torpido destroyer Black
wood was sunk today in collision with the steamer Hero. No lives were
- i i fc i m -
REPUBLICANS WIN IN ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. April 7. The Republican candidate for Mayor and
almost the entire Republican ticket
NO FIGHT OVER BALDWIN WILL
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 7. The will of the late "Lucky" Bald
win was probated today. It is not oontesltf
FULTON FOR CHINESE MISSION
- WASHINGTON, D. C. April 7. Former Senator rulton of Oregon
ha& been offered the post of American
INDIANA TASSENOERS ARRIVE
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal. Awil 7. Tin cniscr California arrived'
hero today with, the passengers of ti
The following news dispatches were received at the Kahuku Point
wireless station last night, they having been sent to the Alameda for the
benefit of the passengers, and relayed to Honolulu:
INDIANA MAY B ESAVED
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 6. The steamship Jndiana, which was
wrecked on Saturday on the shoals of Point Toskaat, at the mouth of
Magdalena Bay, is sheltered from all but cast winds. Should these
spring up she will go to pieces. The passengers were taken off and con
veyed to San Diego by the cruiser California. The cruiser Albany is
STANDARD OIL FIGHT IS ON
ST. LOUIS, Mo , April 6. The principal case against the Standard
Oil Company was opened here today and every force of the Government
will be brought to bear against the monopoly. It is an action to dissolvo
the hundrcd-million-dollar trust, and is considered to be the case which
the Taft Administration has selected as the most probable to win as well
as tho most dangerous to Standard Oil. Oral arguments will begin Wed
nesday. MODJESKA CRITICALLY ILL
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 8. Helen Modjtska is still in a critical
condition and at the point of death. She nassed the day with no change.
BONI'S HOPES ARE SHATTERED
PARIS, France, April 6. Count Boni de Castellanc, the former hus
band of Anna Gould, has suffered a shattering of his financial hopes by
the announcement that his former wife, tbe Princess de Sagan, exnscts
the arrival of a new heir to the de Sairan title and the Gould millions.
NEW YORK PRIMARY LAW WINS
NEW YORK, N. Y April 6. The primary law has passed both
houses of the State Legislature,
SUES FOR DIVORCE
NEW YORK, N. Y April 0. Madam Morgan has sued her husband
OAKLAND TEAM WINS
OAKLAND, Cal., April 6. The Oakland team won its series of base
ball games with the Santa Cruz team.
KETCHEL TO FIGHT SAILOR BURKE
NEW YORK. N. Y April 0. Kctchel has been matched to fight a
ten-round go with Sailor Burke in London. i
PASSENGERS WERE SAVED
LONDON, England, Anril 6. A dispatch wa received by Lloyd's to
day from Punta Arenas whiho says that five officers, eighteen of the
crew, and the passengers were saved from the steamer Oak Branch, sunk
in the Straits by a derelict. The captain and eighteen of the crew arc
We Ca.ii Accomplish
what we believe we can ac
complish" AND WE HAVE.
The Best $4.00
Men's Patent Colt
on the market. We'll con
vince yon of this, if you'll call
and ask to see it. No. 414.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST. "The Place to Buy Shoes." Tel 282.
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the REAL BUYER for the Houehold
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-Former President Castro
was elected today.
Minister to China, '
vrffkod steamer Indiina,
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