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VOL. XI. NO. 4284.
BIG TELEPHONE DEAL
Sold By Brown
Hutchins Scheme Completed By .Those Back Of His
Company Buying Control Of Mutual $90,000
Deal Made Through Cecil Brown
Ilcforo tlio clone of luminous thin af
ternoon It Is rumored that the flnnl pa
pers will bo exchanged by which (ho
control of tho Mutual Telephone Com
pnny held by Cecil Ilrown will pans
Into the hands of a syndicate that Is
back of tho nowly organized wireless
Telegraph and Telophono company.
Tho deal represents a financial trans
action of over 190,000 nnd will plado
tho people associated with thu (hitch
Ins scheme In control of tho telephone
situation of Honolulu.
It Is assumed that tho original pro
gram of putting In tho automatic tele
phone will bo carried out nnd that all
FIERCE FIGHT .
Body That Controli the House Spljt Ovr
Matter of Compensation of Steno
The Speaker's "cahlnot" Is Intohril
In a row that threatens to put an end
to the usefulness of that body and
that may bo carrlod onto tho floor of
tho I lour o with results that will ren
der tho last days of tho scssloa tho
most stormy In tho history of Hawaiian
Tho troublo In tho "Cabinet" arises
aver tho matter of tho typo-wrltlint of
the Houso Journal- tho Hani troublo
that made tho session of taut Saturday
surh a Btormy one. Thcrb was n meet
ing of tho "Cabinet" In tho oftlco of
Socretnry Mott-Sralth jestcrday after
noon a turbulent meeting at which
tho nlr was flllod with threat;, and re
criminations ami long harangue In
which 'tho word "grnft" was used so
after that tho meeting resembled a ses
sion In tho pfflco of tho District Attor
ney of San Francisco.
Speaker Holsteln's characterization
AN assortment of
" the nifty ties
such as are being ,
worn by fashionable
New Yorkers this
CORNER OF PORT and HOTEL ST8.
JI -$i:&Wllmiilid&.' M.fc .&jLir'Z'iL'A.,- . i- iJauku'i!aliuitdu
difficulties will bo gotten out of tho
way ns tho new comblno may work
under its own nnd tho charter of tho
Mutual Telephone Company.
This means n first class telophono
system for this Island as tho men who
took up with the Hutchins scheme
were In a position to produco tho two
nunureu oaa mousanu uouars neces
sary to Install the now systom.
Tho deal in which Mr. Ilrown has
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of troublo looming up ahead If the con-l
tent between tho now company and tho I
of tho demands of Stenographer I.loyd
as "graft" last Saturday Is taken in
n personal Insult by Klla Long, Affonso
nnd tho other Houso mombers who
supported tho resolution Introduced by
Affonso. Long Is especially soiu and
threatens to lustltuto n graft Investiga
tion thut may Involvo somo promln-nt
members of tho Houso lu Its mcHhos
and throw discredit upon tho wr.rl: of
tho entire session.
At tho meeting yesterday afternoon
Rice told Affonso that ho ought to bo
ashamod of himself for hating Intro
duced tho resolution providing extra
cnmH.'nsatlnnfor tho stcnngraphei of
tho Houso. "Shall I get down on my
knees now?" asked Affonso sarraatlo
ally, Affonso Is oxtremcly soro lit
tho Speakor's Intimation that no mois
uro should bo Introduced In tho Home
without his Vermlsslon. "Tho Speaker
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAH, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1909. 10 PAGES.
old had developed Into a telophono
Mr. Ilrown with his own holdings
nnd those of tho Campbell estate has
held command of tho situation through
tho control of tho Mutual, Tho auto
matic company people have had their
engineer hero for some weeks looking
over tho situation.
It Is understood that nil tho money
Imolvcd In this transaction and prac
tically nil that Is needed for develop
ment of tho now sjstcm Is local cap
This deal puts tho wireless telegraph
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MEMBERS OF HOUSE
RECEIVED BY QUEEN
Presented To Her
Her Majesty Queen Ltlluokalanl, ro-
cclvcd tho membors of the Houso this
morning nt her homo on Ucrctanla
street. Yesterday sho sot n commun
ication to Speaker Holsteln, stating
that sho would bo "at homo" to tho
Houso at It o'clock this morning, so
when that hour was ronched business
was .dropped and tho Houso adjourned
to 2 o'clock this afternoon, and tho
members walked over to the residence
of Her Majesty. Thcro woro no auto
mobiles waiting for them today.
Queen Ltlluokalanl received her
guests In one of tho cottages, tho houso
being now In tho hnnds of contractors
who aro painting nnd remodeling It.
Tho members of tho party filed
through tho room, wcro duly presented
to tho Queen, bowed over her hand,
nnd went out at tho opposite door.
Hero they woro taken In charge by1
Joseph Ala, secretary to tho queen,
nnd a piloted to tho office building,
where refreshments awaited them.
Bulletin Business Offlos Phone MP.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
The value of a home consists
in the comfort you are able
to derive from it.
A welMocated lot, with an
unpretentious house upon it,
all your own, is the surest
start for a home that has real
Come in and investigate
some of the choice building
sites we now hare listed. It
will be worth your while.
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
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0t3 FORT STREET
LEPROSY BILL IS
Solon? Finally Send It
MANY OTHER MEASUBES'ALSO
GET FINISHING TOUCHES
Upper House .Nearing End of Session
jireau necoru ior opecay worn
(Jetting Through Bills.
After wrnnelln? nnd urmilnir for
nearly an hour this morning, tho) the Falrchlld scheme of taxation.
Senate finally passed tho Houso lep-1 This plan Is to provide for public
rosy bill on third "readings but not work In tho Counties by nuthorltlnrf
until there had been more tiian n lit-' th County Supervisors to levy a s poe
tic side-stopping In certain (quarters, lal property tax of not morn than one
The final voto showed llakcr, Chll- quarter of one per cent Tho purpose
llngworth, Coolho, Harvey, arid Make- ,f this Is to do away with the cxpoudl
knu lined up with the opposition. (turo of loan appropriations.
linker was very much worried over I. It Is highly probablo that the meet
the provisions or the bill Ho thought 'Ins this afternoon will net adversely
there would bo grave dnngorUhnt a to this schomo of additional taxation,
ncrson'havlng a grudge ngalimt (un- 'The' tynernl attitude of the largo prop-
other 'might uso that grudgoyns.1 an
excuse for proclaiming Mm mijpor (ucniea-io, me largo income tax in
nnd having blmse.p. to thereccUlngicrease for .special purposes they felt
station foT'cxamfnatlon. " ' ttliat all avenues of spvcUP'laxatlon
Makekau cxprcsscdMho fcar'that for thd period covered by this Leglsla
the warnings of the Hawaii Be'nittor turo wero closed. They believe that
might prove nil too necessary. Ho
said Hint thcro would bo gravo'dan-
gor that n person might be charged win undoubtedly como In the natural
with being a lepor simply to satisfy 'courso of events two years hence, It Is
a personal grudge. ' not lccmod advisable to tnke It up
.Robinson also appeared ns ah op- now
ponent of the bill; tailing much.' tho Whether thcro will bo any voice In
sarao stand as tho two preceding 'vo'' f Increased taxes heard In the
speakers. It was, howovcr, morp a Chamber of Commerce Is not known,
matter of phraseology than anything
else that bothered htm. Whore ' the
word "leper" nppenrod through tho j
bill, ho wanted It changed to read
"person afflicted with leprosy." Ills
nmondment did not And favor.
Makekau in Evidence
Makeknu again enmo forward. This
time ho wnntod tho gist of Coelho'a
medical practlco bill incorporated In I
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NEW MATSON LINErt
"Wllhelmlna Is the name of
the new Mntson Navigation
Company steamer that will be
completed for tho local run
early next fall. The steamer Is
named after tho dnughter of 12.
D. Tennoy, one of the most act-
lye supporters of better local
steamer service. ,
in small quantities Malta tea-
are ordew for 'de!iry
Island Fruit Co.,
78 8. KING. PH0NS 15.
Seats for the
may be had through this offlos and
at a slight advance over the refulai
price of tiokeU. Then will be no
URVICE. PH0NH 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 01 IRON BED
JUST RECEIVED. , .;j0.Ji
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 SING ST.
CHAMBER TO ACT
ON M SCHEME
First Purpose of Meeting
Called For This
SOMEONE MAY PROPOSE
BACKING F0K HbMENWAY
No Prospect of General Endorsement
for Fairchild'i Plan of Special
County Taxation by
The Chamber of Commerce meats
this afternoon for the particular pur-
nonn nf dlsruiifdnr what ts known nil
irty Interests Is that when they con-
they are taxed onough and while not a
fow, recognlxo that County taxation
uul " w' lunjisn a surprise ir n is.
Kairchltd's position Is that the loan
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DANCE AND CONCERT
TONIGHT AT YOUNG
The famous 12th Cavalry band will
glvl n concert tonight at tho Young
Hotel, to bo followed by a dance In
honor of tho Thomas. Krlends of tho
i Army nnd Navy, guests of tho hotels
and townspeople are cordially Invited
to comCi am, R KCnoraI B00(, me ,n
"Courtesy and Prompt
Attentiti to Patrons"
is the standing order in our
Please let us demonstrate.
A. Y. CAFE
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CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey. April IV-A serious revolt is in full
swing in this city. The House of Parliament has been surrounded by
troops who are demanding the dismissal of the Orand Vizier, the Presi
dent of the Chamber of Deputies, an! the Minister of war. The Cabinet
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April 13.
Calhoun for bribery was completed today. A thirteenth juror will bo
added to provide for any emergency.
CHESTER WINS RACE
NEWPORT, R. I., April 13. Thi
sister cruisers Salem and Birmingham
speed. . .. j-. K
ROCHESTER, N. Y., April 13.
business section of this city. The
MADRID, Spain, April 13.
reconstruct its naval fleets
Representatives Said To
Be Padding Their
Certain honorable members of the
Hours of Representatives are alleged
to bo Involved in a petty graft that
casts discredit upon tho whole body
until they are singled out by nanio
so as to clear the other members from
thu taint of suspicion. Under assum
ed names, It Is alleged, thoy have
been Increasing their earnings by
translating Into Hawaiian) bills In
troduced In the Houso In Kngllsh
This "graft," it Is said, will bo pub
licly exposed In tho Houso by Repre
sentative Long unless somo adjust
ment of tho difficulty over the pay
and perquisites of tho stenographer
Is reached. At least, such la tho start
ling threat that Is being freely made
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There are times when economy
is the worst form of extravagance.
Not so when you buy our
They are economical at all times
because they wear so well and look
so good until they are worn out.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street Tel. 282
PRICE 5 CENTS.
The jury for the trial of Patrick
OF SCOUT CRUISERS
scout cruiser Chester defeated the
in a twenty-four hours' run at full
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Two great fires are raging in the
loss will amount to more than a million
Spanish Government has deoided to
In tho lobby
The number of useless nnd Imprac
ticable bills introduced In the Lower
Chamber bills that thcro was no
possibility of passing, or of the Gov
ernor signing If they wcro passed
has for somo tlmo been n matter of
comment nmong those who hnvo kept
trnck of House proceedings. No other
rcalon for their being Introduced bo
Ing apparent, It was but charitable to
attribute them to tho foolishness or
inexperience of certain of the Houso,
members. Hut It now appears, ac
cording to corridor conversation, that
there may be ulterior motives behind
the Introduction of certain measures.
Tho pay of a Legislator Is only 1400
considerably less than that rocelv
cd by must of the clerkM, tho Sergeant-at-Arms,
and other House officials.
And so tome of tho lionorable gentle
men, according to the member from
tho Fourth District, hnvo been pad
ding their nllowanco by doing somo
of the more remunerative work ot
translating. Ah under the law they
cannot draw two salaries from tho
Territory nt tho sumo time, they liava
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Kim Hucng, a Korean, Is held for
lncstlgiitlon ut tho Police Court,