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From San Francisco:
Alameda i April 9
For San Francisco:
Alameda April 14
AorangI , May 1
Marnma April 27
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VOL. XI. NO. 4281.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1809. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SUGAR SCHEDULE BEING INVEST1GAT
AXE FALLS ON
C. M, Cooke Aids.
Many Good Works
Foundation For New Y.M.CA. Building
at1 iiai vn i rr rt n i T- Al by C. M. Cooko to various public In-
Treasurer A. J' Campbell Also Fails Of Confirmation By the smutions or nWaij became genem
, . "iii iatj n 1 T xl Il0llliy and naturally altiacted much
Senate Marston Campbell and Auditor risher Both wy tomincnt. ti,0 xct ,iotan
Are Approved By Senate.
Sitting In executive session, the Son- bcon considered n strong opponent of
ato this mornlug unanimously con- Hemcnwny, and It la supposed that liu
firmed tlio appointments of Murstonl , Hawaiian voto
n-imtilioll ha Riitinrlntimitntit nt Plihlln
Wnrli. ..n.l .1 H KUW n. Territorial,'11 ' "PI' chamber.
Auditor. Tlio axe fell On tlio necks
of Attorney-General C. It. Hcmcnway
and TroHBurer A. J. Campbell. Action
wbh ilofurred with regard to Land Com
missioner J. V. I'ratt, and 8urveor
Ounernl W. K. Wall.
Campbell's appointment failed of
confirmation by a voto of 10 to C. For
That action wag deferred on tlio
names of I'ratt and Wall Is understood
to liavu been duo tu an uncertainty as
to jiiBt what arrangement will bo made
regarding their respective offices. As
far as can hu learned, there Is but lit
tlo opK)tltlon to cither of the mun,
though ut least one Senator Is silp-
801110 time It has been known that a' posed to be seeking the scalp of the
strong current 'of opposition to tho Land Commissioner.
Treasurer was developing In tho Son-J However, thero Is mora than a pos
ate, and that Ills name was voted down nihility that tho offices of Land Coni'
did not create any surprise,
Hemenway ran u closer race, and
only lost out by the narrow margin ot
one vote, the ballot on his name stand
ing 8 to 7. Signs of opiiosltlnn to
Hcmeuuay have been evident In tho
uppor chambor for porno time, and sov
cral resolutions, Inimical to his inter
ests, hao been, from tlmo to tlino.
Introduced. Coelho has generally
mlssoner and Surveyor General may
bo consolidated, and that Is generally
conceded to bo tho reason of tliO(Sen
uln for falling to confirm tho two In
cumbontB. Tho rumored opposition tu Superin
tendent of Public Works Marstun
Campbell did not materialize, Proph
ecies to tho contrary notwithstanding,
his nppolntmcnt without opposition.
That Usher would bo conllnued was
generally conceoded by those in close
touch with affairs.
t A. Litigate, Liquor Commissioner for
Hawaii, was ono of thoso who failed
for coifflrmaflon, according to leport.
Particulars In his caso have not leakel
Humor that tho appointments of
Hemonwny and Campbell hail been
held up, which drifted from the Ben
ate chamber early In tho session, were
given color by tlio fact that, shortly
beforo noon, Governor 1'rear sent for
tho two men In great haste. What
tho result ot tho conference was Is
The solons entered Into a compact
to keep mum regarding the results ot
their dobatoiand; In consequence, but
News of tho generous gifts madftlCOO for the Puro Milk Depot ot tho
Palsmn Allusion. This Item Is In
cluded In n vory generous endow
ment of tho Hawaiian Hoard, tu be
distributed nmong the various
branches of Its work The Pacific
Institute and other departments am
of the gifts cannot be given, as Mr.
Cooko objects to notoriety In rounec-1 remembered
tluu Willi the projects he Is ublu to The Salvation Army home Is given
help. $5000 uml Oahu Collega recclvei
It la learned, howevei, that Mr. 140,000 to complete the endowment
Cooke has laid the foundation for a for tho President's chair. This,
new Y. M. C. A. building and those means much to tho College, as It
engaged tu the work liopo that tlio will make available for other pur-
beginning will call others to contrlb- poses money that is now paid lha
ute. The form of tho gift Is unique President.
and very practical. Mr. Cooke has Tho report Is general that the to
provided for a credit with I.ewers & t.il, endowments reichcd $200,001'.
Cooke ot (CO.00O for a now Y. M Those speaking for Mr. Cooke stated
C, A. building. Thus the gift Is not that Hie amount Is of vory Binr'l
Exactly cash', but 1Mb more practical moment. The Bplrit of the gift li tho
and may sooner bring forth the bu'l- thing.
ding. I There Is not the slightest doubt
Another very practical gift Is $2,- that the jlfts are very liberal.
fpr 4 tjeW k) Ul u ell Vi tri 'id VJ KSKJ
meager data Is available
tholr deliberations. Hf
185 adltorlal room 250 bust
net! office. Thtta are the tet.phon.
tho Senatorial approval was placed om numbars of the Bullatln offlc.
IN LOWER HOUSE
Light of the Sun
Want a Church
"Wo, American citizens, residing In
the County of Kauai, Second Precinct,
Sixth Representative District, living
under tho light of the sun, respectful
ly petition ror u s aero lot so that a
church be built for all thoso who woi.
ship God under the light of the buu.
Tills Is not to encroach upon tho own
ors of kulennas."
The above remarkable petition
(Coatinnsd m Page 3)
Henceforth solons of tho upper
houso may spout but flvo minutes at
a tlmo. Oratorical stunts ot greater
duration can only bo Indulged In by
unanimous conseut of tho colleagues
ot the follower ot Demosthenes.
Senator Coelho this morning Intro
duced tho following resolution, which.
though It ovoked considerable merri
ment, passed by unanimous consent:
"Hesolved, That no member shall
(Continued on Page 2)
SENATE GETS DOWN
TO BUSINESS EARLY
Medical Practice Bill
Is Subject Of
THE MAN who knows good
clothes and refuses to wear
any other kind, doesn't have to be
argued into buying a BENJAMIN
suit after he's seen it and tried it on.
BENJAMIN CLOTHES are always tailored in correct
styles of New York, and in accordance with good taste.
You can't mistake in buying- a BENJAMIN suit.
44th Day Morning Session
Pursuant to n resolution passed
jesterday afternoon, the Senate ron
vened this morning at 9 o'clock In
stead of at 10, as has been tho cus
to mso far this session. The avowed
reason for the chango In the meet
ing hour was a desire to consider the
appropriation bill, but the measure
was not even mentioned.
Coelho's bill, providing for a loan
fund of 11,009.492.82 for internal
Improvements, together with the ma
jority and minority reports of tho
Wajs and Means Committee, came up
for consideration. Action was !c-
( Continued on Page 3)
Gala Event uch
With artistic decorations ot Inter
national colors fluttering gaily over
the Japanese, cruisers Aso and Soya,
Admiral ljlchl entertained yesterday
afternoon one of tho most notable
gatherings that Honolulu has seen lor
many a day.
Tho Admiral was assisted In recclv-
Ing his guests by Commander Saka-
moto. Chief of Staff,
Uveno, Captain luhll of tho pagshlp
Abo,' Captain Sato of tho Soya and
Flag Lieutenant Shlmomtira. Tho
guests wcro made to feci at homo
while on the flagship and whon thoy
left they extended their thanks and
aloha to tho Admiral.
Tho flagship's band, under tho lead
ership of f.t. II Akazakl, stationed on
the Wnlklkl side of tlio ship, played
American airs. As tho Governor and
Mrs. Kroar, accompanied by Secretary
McDride, arrived, tho band struck up
the "Star Spangled Banner," while tho
officers and the guests stood at atten
tion. The polite ofllcora escorted tho
guests around the various parts of tho
(Continued on Page 8)
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 0 The subcommittee of the ScnatJ
Committee on Finance will conduct an innunr concerning the report:!
agreement between President Taft uid the beet-sugar interests with re
gard to the treatment of Philippui sntmr in the tariff bill.
Free Lumber Defeated
WASH1NOT0N, D. C, April 0. Tlio Hous- loJay defeated the
amendment of the tariff bill for ties lumber Pcholeum was placed on
the free list and the duty oil barley uts Inrrcassd.
Marion Crawford Bead
SORRENTO, Italy, April 0. F. Kanon Cr.ivfoid, the faniotu nov
elist, is dead. .
EX-SECRETAnY KIICHCOCK DEAD
WASHINGTON. D. C. Anril 0. Hon Ethan Allen Hitchcock of S!.-
Louis, who was appointed Secretary of the Interior iiv President vKc-
Kinley and served in the Roosevelt Cabinet, diei here today.
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OIL STILL EXPLODES
Tho following resolution vva
adopted by tho Merchants' Associa
tion this forenoon, and a copy for
warded to tho President of tho Sen
ate, Hon. W, O. Smith:
"After canvassing the opinion ot
Consul Qeneral nenlljerB.'. 1 wls" to respectfully plino
mis Association on recoru as nciug
ttrongly opposed to any change be
ing mnde ns to tho control ot tho
Territorial Hoard of Health.. Senti
ment expressed by this and other
commercial bodies of tho Territory
show alarm at u possible conflict ot
authority which might occur at a
critical moment should there bo a
subdivision ot authority In any de
"Trusting that this protest will
(Continued on Page 4)
When you arc 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
toyou. It will require but a
in small quantities sanitary con
tainers. Leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
! 72 S.KING. ,. 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 301,
ORDERS TAKEN FOR
See Window Display.
PORT RICHMOND, April 0. -Two men were kitled and five injured
by the explosion of a Standard Oil still here today.
ROOSEVELT AT PORT SAID
PORT SAID, Suez, April 0. Ex-Piesidcnt Roosevelt arrived here to-
Senator Hnrvvy'H resolution, provld-
ing that all persons detained nt the
leper kcttlcmcnt on thu Ul.md of Mo-,
jlokal, who show no signs of tho dis
ease, suaii uo raiurncii nun ror oxum
'inatlon at llu Kallhl rerelvlmr st.illnn
I passed third reading in tho Senate thin'
j afternoon The Senntu then went Into
(Commltteo of tho Whole to consider
fuithur, tho Appropriation Hill.
BULLETIN ADS PAY -TSJg
A. Y. CAFE
I Ciilm.ui. tho Jeweler, was arrest
ed tlil i morning on a chame of rocih
Ing s ilea gaols. Ii appears thnt I'u
n viit.l lhc toir am reused burglar
toll (iiief !.( a tint io had (Usj.intM
ot poiiie Hawaii in culim to Culin.iu
l.cnl nt mice Baw Culm in ittul tho lat
ter In alleged to li.no admitted buylr.t,
tlio mini fiom tho burglar. ili, how
ever, s.ild that If Luttcd. from .vliom
the ruins Ind bet u stiili-i, v.o.;M oall
at tho stoiu tho tokens would be u
turned. Mr. Column, on being Intchlsucd,
fcnlil" "Yes, I bought Vnno Hav'aluvt
coins from n jouth whom I'bclllo to,
hu tho hiiiglar, but r.m not too fjro
of It. I asked Mr Lulled If ho couty-
lilcntlfy tho coins and ho replied '1,'n'
I ollereil .Mr l.ultvd " tho amount I
had paid to tho natlvo bor-'-fo'r the
coins, and Lulled rcfiiBed'tho offot.
Now Hint ho hns had mo arretted 1
will give htm nothing and will rtimit
to all legal methods to avoid doing so."
185 editorial rooms 2Ci(j butl.
nest office. Theto are the tetcphona
numbers of the Dulletln office.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH ORADr, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD Oil IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KINO ST.
We Can Accoinplisli
what we believe we can ac
complish" AND WE HAVE.
The Best $4.00
Men's Patent Colt
mrket. We'll con- f g
of this, if you'll call (iiSS
on the market,
and ask to sec it. No. 414.
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