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10 PAGE!. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1009. 10 PAGES.
TIIE MERCHANT who drops out
of his regular place in the paper
or lets up in his advertising cam
paign, drops out of the iiublic eye in
proiwrtion to his false economy. No
live merchant triesnowodays to get
nlong without the BULLETIN.
PRICE 8 CENTS.
WING EXPLODES ON SUBJECT OF BREC
MR. FAIRBANKS PRAISES LEGISLATO
Says People of Hawaii Have Proved
Themselves Capable of Self-Govern
merit, and He Has Confidence in
Future of Territory Expi esses Ap
preciation of Welcome Given Him
Tlio prosperity at Hawaii Ih the pros
perity of tlio United States; tlio honor
of tho Territory Is tlio honor of tlio
llopubllc. 'Ami for that lenson tho
lieophi of tlio United States take a
friendly Interest In lliu Uctvlopmoiil of
lliu Hawaiian Islands.
Along .this lino did Charles Warren
Fairbanks, cx-Vlco-ProsIdent of the
United States, address the members of
tlio Legislature, this morning In thn
Throno Iloom, used as tlio legislative
chamlicr of tlio House of Iluprofccnta
lives. Mr. Fairbanks In his address wnft
hlgTily complimentary to tlio people of
Hawaii Tor,tT(5"VrTiRies they havo
made slnco tlio Islands liecama a part
of tlio United States, and for their
eager grasp of tho principles of Amer
ican government. They havo limj prob
lems to meet, but they havo met them
well ami efficiently.
The Federal Government, ho said,
iCBcncd to Itself tho right to icWso
and annul tho laws passed by tho Ha
waiian Legislature, hut It has never
been necessary to wipe off tho statute
books a single law enacted by the local
Mr. Fairbanks addressed an audi
enco that filled tlio Icghdnlho hall mid
over flowed Into the lanals. In addi
tion to tlio members of tho llniiso and
Senate, who occupied the floor of tho
House, the gallelles weru lilted with
a largo and enthusiastic audience,
tunny of whom were women.
On tho platform with Mr. Fairbanks
weio Rowiruor Frear, President Smith
of the Senile, and Speaker llolstelu
of tho House. Secretary Mott-Smlth,
Judge Polo mid Captain Itees occupied
chilli'!) licit' tlio dils on onu side, while
.Mm. 1'nlrbitiks and her daughter sat
on the other side. The beads of ilc
piiilmcuts and other Tenltorlal mil
clnls weio nli.ii piceent.
fir. Fairbanks' nddiess, which voiced
a i.lncoro nppri elation (if tho hearty
welcome extended to Mill by tho peo
ple of I lav .ill, was frequently upplaud
ed, and It any trace, of Ids icputed
filgldlty remained when ho entereil the
door. It was melted by tho warmth of
tho welcome given hint by the Legis
lators mid tho vlliera who gathered to
listen to him.
j Mr. Fairbanks was Introduced by
President W. O. Smith of tho Senate,
, who took occasion to relate Homo ot
( lliu diftlriillles In legislation which
havo confronted the Tenltory slnco
Its organization. s
I Senator Fnlrdilld was called upon
to extend tho greeting of tho Senate
to tlio distinguished visitor. Ho said
(Continued on Page 3)
Law of Landlord And
Tho Supremo Court sustained tho
exceptions In the case ot Tlio Dow
sett Company, Ltd., vs. L. L. Mc
Candless In a decision hnnded down
tills morning. Tho scyllahus says: '
ICstoppcl; Judgment against ten
ant, effect on landlord A Judgment
In ejectment In favor ot M, against
a tenant does not estop Ills landlord
from suhsciiucntly bringing an action
to quiet title .to tho kamo land
against M. even though tho landlord
openl, avowedly and to tho knowl
edge ot plaintiff defended tlio eject
ment action in the tenant's name.
.Justice Wilder In opening his de
cision Kays: Thjs Is mi action to
quiet tltlu to two small pieces ot laud
at llalawa, Oalm. Defendant lllcd a
plea In bar claiming that plaintiff
was concluded by a former Judgment
against the Honolulu Plantation Co.
and Woodlawn Fruit Co., LtiL, In an
action (it ejectment for tho name
pieces of land brought by him, tho
present defendant, as plaintiff, do-
(Continued on Page 3)
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Radical Reformer Roasts U.S. Attorney and Declares Senator
Warran Is Crooked Will Again Go After Scalp of Officer
If Opportunity Offers-Thinks Taft Was Misled
"Should I havo a chanco. I shall cer
tainly follow up tho liucstigallou if
llrcckons' affair," Ilov. B. W. Thwlng.
Onu of the passengers who arrived
tills morning In tho Tenyn Maru wns
Ilov. E. W. Timing, who has been In
China on business connected with
opium reform work. Ilu looked well
and talked freely with tho reprcsenta
tlvcx of tho press, who surrounded
him on tlio dock.
In speaking of tho ((reckons affair,
ho stated that ho (tlicckons) was re
Instated on account of tlio political In
tluonco of Senator Warren. "Senator
Warren himself Is one of thn shady
members of tho Heinle,' sold Thwlng.
"Ills rliiti actor Is not of the best. From
what I have heard, I Judge that he was
connected In miiiio way with tho land
"As to HrecUons." continued ho, "It
Is n dlsgraco Tor the United Stales
government to have such a man hero
In Hawaii, It is a disgrace to tho
United Stales citizens horu to bo rc
resented by Hrcckons, President
Iloosotclt and former Attorncy-ticner-ii
I Ilonapartq were certainly awaro nf
the conduct (if Mr HrcrkotiH, other
wlso they would pot havo removed him
from office. i
"An for President Taft; ho Is a good
mnn. hut I am afraid ho does not
know much about llicckons, Mr. Tafl
must hao taken the ndvlco of tlio
present Attorney-tienernl, and accord
ingly, reinstated him In office, Should
I have a chance, I shall certainly fol
low up tho Investigation of Hrcckons'
affairs. I am certain that Illshop lies
tarlck and tho other members ot tlio
Ministerial Union do not think favor
ably of Hrcckons."
Thwlng will remain hero about six
weeks and theji return to China In
carry on reformation work, having
been appointed secretary nf tho Inter
national Hcform Unreau with head
quarters In Peking and Shanghnl.
SENATE HITS FAST
PAGE AT FINISH
Clerk's Desk Is Cleared
SOLONS FAVOR OPENING OF
IBISH0P ST. TO WATERFRONT
Tax Lien Bill Finds Favor in Upper
House Extra Two Thousand
for Maui's Circuit
Fifty-Clghth Day Morning Settlor).
With only an hour In which to do
llhcrato this morning, tho Senate got
down to business In record time nnd
niado the bills on tho Clerk's desk fly
In a lively manner. When, at 11
o'clock, tho President announced that
a i cress would bu taken that thu Sen
ate might participate In thu exercises
held In tho House in honor of former
Vice-President Fairbanks, tho "order
of tho day" had been cleared away and
the slato was clean,
Thu first business that faced lliu
Senntu was tho House, concurrent reso.
lutlon fa voting tho opening of Ulshop
(Continued on P 2)
Willis Pope Will Sail On
ISLANDS IN PLASTER WILL
REST IN TANK OF WATER
Object Lesson in Geography Will Be
feature of Territory s ixhitnt
at the Great Seattle
Willis Pope ot tho McKlnley High
School today Is boxing up tho relief
maps of the Hawaiian Islands pre
paratory to shipping them to tho
Coast. These maps will leave on tho
I.urlinc Saturda), that they may
reach Scattlo In tlmo to bo Installed
(Gofiau4 on Pc t)
(Special II u 1 I o 1 1 n Wireless)
WAII.WKU, Maul, April 2C- Tho
Stars defeated the Healanla on Sun
day by a score ot 7 to 2.
WITH AH ,.,
usually takes such steps as
will lead to it. One object ot
every true man is to provide
for his family's future. Life
Insurance will do it.
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72 6, XIN0. PH0NB 15.
Resolution Adopted In
House For Highway
KUEIOPU WOULD QAYE
RL'LES KLYISED FOR 1911
Two -Hundred and Thirty-five Bills
Have Been Introduced in the
House Durinij the
Fifty-Eighth Day Morning Session.
Utile work was done In tho House
this morning, tho business coming to
nn end at 11 o'clock when ex-Vice-President
Fairbanks arrived to receive
and reply to tho greetings of thu as
sembled Ileprcbcntntives and Senators.
Tho calendar for tho day was a short
one, but It was not reached and hud to
go hut to tho afternoon session.
Alewa Heights Road,
Knlelnpu Introduced a Concurrent
Itcsolutloii, which was adopted. Hint
tho Superintendent of Public WorkH
Immediately tako steps toward tho
opening nnd construction of roads
(Continued on Pat 2)
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SULTAN MAY S
Gfcet the Best
1 There is no advantage trying un
proven messengers. Get those you
know to be reliable and prompt, the
kind we have.
SERVICE. PHONE 36
LONDON CORN CURE 25c.
NEW SHIPMENT OP HIOH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRMBES, FOR WOOD 00. IRON BEDS
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey. April 2G. The Cabinet has resigned
and all resistance to the Constitutional army has ended.
It is stated today that the Sultan mav lcmaiu although he will be
shorn of many of his powers, One of the conditions given for his reten
tion in office is the payment to the Stat: of two hundred and fifty mil
lions and also the expenses of the co noucnitt,' army.
m m a
EVANS AND IJIOH
SCORN WAR TALK
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. April 20. The citizens of Los Angtlcs arc en
tertaining Admiral Ijichi and the officers nnd men of the Japanese squad
ron on an elaborate scale. '
."Admiralljichi today, visited Hca,v Adrenal "Bob" Evans and they had
a" very ltanpy -cdnvenationi Admiral Evans and "Admiral Ijichi ni;rced
that there is not the slightest danger of war, Evans scorning the idea
in his characteristic manner.
Wants $12 Head Tax
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 20. Senator Overman today offered nn
amendment to the tariff bill calling; for a head tax of twelve dollars each
on all immigrants coming to the country.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 26. Senators Bcvcridgc, Johnson, nnd
Heyburn have been appointed n subcommittee to take un the qncstion
of the Philippine tariff in connection with the tariff legislation now be
fore the Senate.
Admiral Miller Dead
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 20. Rear Admiral Miller died here today.
Scandia Goes Ashore
HONGKONG, China, April 20. The Hamburg-American ' steamer
Scandia went ashore here today.
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