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VOL. XI. NO. 428D.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SULTAN REPORTED TO HAVE
Graft Committee Exonerates Every Representative Whom It In
vestigated From Everything, But Blames Lloyd and Fires
Kaleo Failed To See Any Graft or Irregularities
I'uro as vestal lrglnu, linmncu- will content thcmrclsca with otlm;
Into nu wind-driven mow, nbsolutcly against Km adoption. It will bet
untainted of the World, tho flcsti. ami adopted
tliu devil arc all tho members of tho Hollowing In t lie report In full i
llonie of UeprescntntHo, according . Youi committee, appointed to In
to tho report rendered tills morning vostlg.ito urtnln charge nppeirlugl
by tho draft Committee. j In the piilillc pros and niuiln on the
I.oiik Is given a baiK-hamlcd slap.liior of the .House to the effect that
nn being the originator of biisolcsu
Kaleo, not being a uienibcr of tho
present Legislature, cornea In for no
fasore. Ho Ik branded an Incompe
tent and hla dismissal U rccoinmend
ed. Ab njl the hllla are now In nnd
there Is no nioro work for him to do,
he will not suffer ery hcnslly from
a pecuniary standpoint.
Jlmmlo l.lojd, tho ox-stcnographor
of tho House, Is mado tho scapegoat
nnd on his shoulders la placed tho
burden of reproof and condemnation.
Ho la thnrged with being tho origi
nator of tho rumoru of graft.
Much stress Is laid upon tho un
paralleled economy- of tho House,
nnd tho use of automobiles for social
calls la npproved.
Sheldon la exonerated from all
blame In connection with tho trans
lation of bills. In fact, everybody
la exonerated from everything, ex
cept I.lojd nnd Kaleo.
icitaln lue'iilmn of thli House were
doing work n tranrlators of Hngllbh
Into Hawaiian ami receiving compen
sation therefor under assumed names,
bega leave to report na followa
Your committee has had the charg
ea nbovo named untlor careful, thni
ciiigli and senichlng examination
haa held open meotings covering
three da a has examined a largo
number of witnesses and otherwise
done nil In Its power to uncertain tho
facts In regtrd to said charges.
Thole facts It finds to bo na follows.
Tho Charges Tho charges as ap
pearing In the Kvcnlni! Hullo
t i II of April 13, 190D, wcro mailn
to tho reporter thereof by a credlblo
Informant, such Informant nt such
tlmo stating that hla Information
cnnio from Ilcprcscntntlvo I.ong. On
tho morning of April 11, 1009, Itep
resentatlvo Umg substantially erl
flcd the statements appearing in tho
press, nnd hns before this committee
When tho committee report wns rcvcrtflcd such statements substnu
read, shlnglo moved Its adoption. 't tally.
U)iig promptly opposed this and I Findings. Wo nnd that such
moved to defer consideration until charges aro unfounded. Thoro base
this iiftornmin, ns ho wished to inako
n statement. The motion to defer
it h virtually assured that tho re
port of tho committee will not re
echo a unanimous oto. I.ong will
probably oto against it, nnd Affon
so, who characterizes It ns an aston
ishing application of tho whltownsh
brush, says ho will nut vote for it.
A motion will possibly be mado to
been brought to our attention two
Instances In which mombors of this
lloliso hnvo assisted translators in
their wOrU. In ono of theso caRO
tho nssUtance rendered was merely
of a rovlwry character, tho member
suggesting to tho translator some
changes in tho usa nt certain Hawai
ian words. In this ense the member
did not rccche, nsk nor expect any
rewnrd or remuneration of any prom
ise or expectation of gain of any sort
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a " t ,, .i ssjtrvw'riivs nit-i n m.j in b" m,. i
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Itepre-entatho t!vHiflkliBnHMsHIDHKJ6&W.kWlRV'. J.i ,ml$ It blMVmmmmm&ili!?r tZULl
mt mm &tSm&'i mm CAPITAL
a -ppisoN 'y.afV ' I , BQMHnKQHISHH imperial palace. o;nHQosPOPos,j
In the oilier of thero c.ikcs, the
minllier hnndol to thu C'lciU nnd
I'l luting Committee n certain House
lllll nnd Hawaiian trnnslitlnu there
of, whlfh bill inU tianilatlon wcro
(Continued on Pan 4)
Itumoi has It that Auditor John
II. Klshcr will bo nominated by tlov
ernor Piear to sut recti Trcnsurer A.
.1. Campbell, who failed of confirma
tion by tliR-Hruntc, nnjl that tieorgu
W C. King of tho Auditor's ollko
will succeed his chief ns Territorial
That tho transfer would lie mado
was common talk In tho Benato chain
tier tlila afternoon, nnd It la under
stood Hint tho Scnato stands ready
to con II rm I'lshcr and King should
their names be sent down.
SCENES ABOUT C0NSTANTIN0PL E, FROM WHICH THE SULTAN H A3 riD.
table tho report, though It may bo
that tlioso who consider It uujustnnd this lommltteo fully nnd unqunl
BETTER FOR PINES
WASHINGTON, April 10, 09.
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu:
Senate pineapple situation more encourarinp;.
GEO. B. M'CLELLAN.
AN assortment of
the nifty ties
such as are being
worn, by fashionable
New Yorkers this
CORNER OF FORT mU HOTEL STS.
The Appropriation lllll Is now In Hie
hands of tho Joint Conference Com
uillteo and Is on tho homo. M retch of
Its rnca to the Ciovornor. That tho
Scnalo imiondmcntH would bo injected
by tho lower hod) was a foregone ion
(Continued on Page 2)
: (Special to tho Mullet In)
WAII.l'KIT, Maul, April 19.
Tho Knhuluts won from th
Hcilnnls In SiiikIh'h game by
n KIOTO of lllllVlMI to bIx.
f-c . .Ul ' .
LOWER HOUSE BOESi
ONLY ROUTINE WORK
All Bills In Their
52d Day Morning; Session
Tho llouno found confronting It
when It conened this morning ono
of the largest lists of third readings
of tho session Hut not ono nf tho
bills was taKiu up tho entlro morn
ing being iniiKuiiird by tho raiding
of Senate i piiiiinin h at tinni, action on
Kenate amendments to llnuso bills,
and tl'e nailing of lommltteo n'
ports, The unit li aiiiinded apprnpil
nllon bill came bark from thu Seunlo
and was Hint In innf'renro,
Tho Speaker read a report of what
has been done b tho Hinini slnro
tho beginning of the session
tfnt liinn now bills wcro Introduc
ed In the Mouse limt week, tho total
of all bills Introduced up to tho tlmo
of adjournment Saturday being 239.
Of theno 72 wire, tablid, 1G indcll-
(Continued on Pace 3)
II Hi TiJ.ii, i m i i i ' 1
Th value of a home ooniiits
in the comfort yon are able
to derive from it.
A well-located lot, witk tt
uapretentioui houte upon it,
ell your own, is the surest
start for a home that haa real
Come in and investigate
some of the ohoiee building
sites we now have listed. It
will be worth your while.
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
ii small quaatiries saaitary cen
taiasn. Leave e4er for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
78 8. JOSS. MOBB 15.
PAY FOR SEWERS,
SAYS THE SENATE
Upper House Favors Bill
Fifty-Second Day lYc-nlnj Pension.
Whether or not propurt) holder of
this ilty shall not only piy for tho up
keep of the cits h sower sjftcin, 1ml
shall also dig up all of the moiuy Hint
has nlreaih been ex needed In thu In
'stall itlon of the vssteni, wiik the thief
hone of contention In tho Seualu this
Kenate Hill No HI. Introduced b
Senator' Moore, which provldei that
person owning property along the
lines of tho how era shall not onl p is
for the upkeep of tho lines, but shall
also pn hick thu f3,32 nlreidy ox
puided In the construction nf tho sew
er, wna up for second reading
I'alnhlld took tho gioiind that out)
the people of tho Cits and Count) t!
Honolulu dorlw) benellt fiom tho how
its of tils ilt, and that they alone
should pas for them Ho lusl.doil that
to tax outside rounllet for Honolulu n
sewer ssstem, h unfair and (hiiiild not
Chlllliigwnrth exprescod the belief
(Continued on Page 3)
SULTAN HAS FALLEN
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, April 10. Macedonian troops arc pre
parintc to enter the city, where the utmost confusion pievails.
Sheik Ulislam is to pronounce the full of the Sultan, who, it is ru
mored, lias fled from the city.
Preparations are bcinr; made ts protect foreigners from the period
of bloodshed that is inevitable.
Scats for the
Mav b had throucb this ofiw and
ai a slight advance over the regains
mm of titkets. There will be no
'Tooth and Nail'
Brushes, all Prices
We are out for business,
tooth nnd nail.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 10. Tl'e Pr-sulent sent a message
to Congress today transmitting- lnfonrctien n r!alion to the taxes nail
import duties on sugar; also a statement of the concessions granted
American products by other countries.
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Four Whites Lynched
ADA, Oklahoma, April 19. Four prominent white men of this town
who were accused of the murder of a cattleman wcro lynched today by
the people ot this town.
ROBBERS GOT $2300.
HAVANA. Kins., April 10. Two
robbers dynamited the local bank
here today. They were discovered
and fired on by citizens, but escaped
with $2300. in coin.
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MINISTER TO CHILE
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 19.
Thomas Dawson of Iota wns today
named for Minister to Chile.
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