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VOL. XI. NO. 4296.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OR HAWAII, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS,
ABDUL HAMID FORCED FROM TURKISH T
i . t
69th Day Morning Session
There will lio no loan bill fur Im
provements during tlio next biennial
period. Tlio bill canto up from the
House thin morning, and the Semite
proceeded to land on It with a una
nimity of action that hilled it past
all hope of resurrection.
The hill (House Hill No. 27) em
bodied most of the Items which tlio
Conference Committee, struck out of
tlio Appropriation lllll, Including tlio
$7S,000 for repairs to the Judiciary
building. There wns also nn item of
SIC, 000 for the Kaplolanl Homo ns
well ns Hcvetnl whaives for which no
piovlslou was inado In the Apprnpil
ntlon lllll ns finally adopted.
After tho reading Of the hill, Coel
ho moved that an item ho Inserted
for an armory nnd, court house at
Lahnlna. ' The Maul Senator did not
stipulate any particular amount for
the buildings, evidently being will
ing to take whatever might be al
lowed. Ilefore tho amendment had been
placed before tho Senate, McCarthy
moved that action on tho bill he post
ponWlu'deflnliely. The motion prevailed, there being
n forest of waving arms when tlio
votes in favor of postponment wero
Makckuu then moved that the voto
he reconsidered. Knlhma mailo a
talk against taking any action that
would shut out all chanco of a
chnnge of front should the loan hill
he found to bo necessary. Tho voto
ngalnst reconsideration was ovei
whelmlng, however, and the loan bill
was not only sent to tho bonoyard,
but was Interred o deeply that noth
ing will bo able to bring It up again
PAUL DE LONGPRE
ON THE ALAMEDA
Tho Marquis Paul do Longpre, world-
famous painter of flowers, scientist
and naturalist, is a passenger on tha
Alameda. Do Longpro conies to pay
Hawaii a visit and. from tho text of a
letter lately it-cclvcd from him by Sec
relnry II. I. Wood of' tho Promotion
Committee, It Is believed that he may
tako up his residence hero.
Ily both American nnd European
For Boys the very latest things.
TEDDIE HATS in soft felts, in a
variety of colors.
SKULL CAPS solid colors
BOYS LIKE THEM
They're 75c at
The Kash Co.,Ltd
, 'cob, fout and hotel sts.
1 Scnnto lllll No. ir4, the WalltlU
reclamation bill, was laid on tho ta
ble. This hill, which was Introduced
t Into In tho session, was ordered print-
ed. that Its text might not be lost,
there being n tacit understanding
that It would not be acted upon this
, Baker Afraid of Bill
V;lien House lllll No. 219, forbid
ding the sate of live stock afflicted
with tho glanders or farcy, and re
quiring' that, should any man sell
stotk In which disease develops
within two weeks nfter sale, he must
refund the piirchuso money, passed
' third reading, much ngalnst tho wUh
of Senator linker, linker. Drown,
Ilnrvcy, and Mnkekau voted against
The thing that bothered linker tho
most was the provision requiring that
I (Continued on Page 3)
The following wireless men-
sago was received by the agents X
of tho steamer Alameda, dated X
Sunday, 2!th Inst., 8 p. m.: A
"All well; fine weather; 1C20 M
miles from Honolulu; G2 cabin Mi
and 3G steerage passengers; W
1S00 tons general freight; C X
mules; -I7G bags mall, and Wells X
Knrgo express." n.
aaa a Aa uioiU. vai.. iinni zu,
.SUGAR: 90 degree Centrifugals, 3.97
cents or $79.40 per ton. Previous
, quotation 3.95 cents.
i BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 6 3-4d.
.rarity, wa cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. Gd.
painters, do I.ongpro Is conceded to
'occupy tho ery front rank as a paint
er ot nowurs, anil nis annual oxhlbl
Uoiib nro visited by renowned artists
from nil parts of tho world,
Tlw beautiful de Longpro homo at
Holljwond, Ios Angolcs, Is one of tho
great sights of Southern California.
The three-acres of (lower gardens pre
hont the plcturo of a most daring Jum
bio of brilliant colors.
" ' ' ' !- Llll in
J. P. CookelNEWS MEN
-f Soma excitement was caused
f about 10 o'clock this morning hy
f n runaway which occurred on
f Meichnut street. A two-horse
surrey In which J. J Cooke was
riding suddenly started down tho f
street full speed, the near horsu
f having taken fright through --
f tho lines becoming tangled f
f mound his tall. Tho driver made -f
an effort to hold tho team but
f tho rig was thrown against tho
f sldewnlk and capsized.
f Mr. Cooko jumped out of the
f surrey nnd escaped unhurt. The
f driver, who wns thrown out, hung
on to tho lines and was dragged
f for about fifty feet. Just oppo-
-f slto the Sclnimim carriage. Mar-
f shall, of tho oxin ess company,
very plucklly rushed out nnd
f grnbbed tho horBes by tho headB,
f bringing them to n standstill. -f
- -f - t -f ' '
There Is a well-denned rumor
f current to tho effect Hint Delegatu
f Kublu Is n passenger on the Ala-
meda. No confirmation of tho ro-
f port Is to be had, and n wireless, -t-f
received thlB morning from tho
f Oceanic liner, did not mention
f the presenco of the Delegate, to -f
-t-Congress. On tho other hand. It -f
f 1st known that Kuhl was In I.os
f Angeles a few days ago.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 26, 1909,
from 10.30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Soonj; Choy Hop to Lau Yok 113
Thorezn M Loulsson to Mnry Kar-
rntti and hsb Re)
Entered for Record April 27, 1909,
from 3:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Sidney Smith and wf to Pioneer Mill
Co. Ltd L
Mnl mkI wi to P C Deamer M
Samuel Kauhuno to Ting
Joel Ahla to John T Nnkal .... Agimt
Millie Weight ct nl to Icluji Kond.,L
Kamul (w) to It Kawaguchl 1.
David Manuel In Justin S It Do
The importance of trusts
has led us to develop our sys
tem, of handling trust ac
counts to, the very "pinkv of
We invite an inspection of
this svstem. It is plain, con
cise and accurate.
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
923 F0HT STREET
BOUND TO LONDON!
Newspaper Writers and Proprietors
Of Australia and New Zealand
Are On Board Maramn--Going
To Conference of Empire--Mr.
Brett Remembers Honolulu and
Bulletin Will See the City
Making n party of nineteen. Includ
ing tho ladles of tho delegation of Aus
tralian and Now Zealand ncwi-puper-men
going through to the Confuimco
of tha Kmplre, anlved this nooi. i,u
board tho Australian liner Marain.i.
The visitors worn met bv C. J. ''oni)
cr of tho l'rpinntloii Commllteo mil
later hy a delegation of local ncvpj
permen on thu wharf. Arraut,ruionts
lmvo been nindo fir the part to uiaki
u tour or the city I nntunmohlle-, tak
ing In tho I'nll, the aquarium and till
tho principal points of Interest.
Mr. llrett of the Auckland Star ic
nicmberu Honolulu and the Hullo
1 1 n, as ho was the man who gavo the
11 u 1 ! c 1 1 n tho greatest scoop of his
tory In connection with tho dlsnstor
to thu American uquadrnn In the l
phoon at Apia, HAmou. lUVtt was- nn
i-Xi-q 'u gi -l
Big Contract Goes
To Honolulu Firm
The contract for a second big plant
of sugnr machinery for Formosa has
been awarded to tho Honolulu Iron
Works. Though thu bIzo ot tho new
est eontruct has been kept more or
less of u Becret, It Is understood that
thu Job Is oven larger than that und
ertaken by thu samo Arm for another
Kormosn concern somo time ago.
Tha icmnrkahle success uf tho Hono
lulu plant now In operation In l'or-
Quotations Are Higher
Tho stock market tho last few days
has been In n curious state. Althuugh
tho price of sugar has jumped closo to
four cents thu stocks havn not re-
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in small quantities sanitary con
tainers, leave orders for delivery
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
Get the Best
There is no advantafje trying un
proven messengers. Qet those you
know to be reliable and prompt, the
kind we have.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HI0H GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD di IRON BEDS
bonid thu Alameda when she arrived
at Apia. On tho way up from that
IMirt be spent his time Interviewing the
mmhorH nnd on arrival here enabled
thu Dill let In to publish thu first
news of the disaster appearing In liny
paper of thu world.
Those making up tho party aro is
Imperial Press Conference, Austra
lian and New Zealand Delegates,
traveling to London via tho All-Hid
New Zealand I)unedln (leorgo
Penwlck, Otngo Dally Times; Mark
Cohen, Kvenlng Star. Wellington:
Uresley Uikln, Wellington Post.
Auckland: Henry llrett, Auckland
New South Wales Newcastle.
(Continued on Page2). .
mosi, wns responsible for tho letting
of thu second contract In tills city.
As tha Honolulu Iron Works Is at
present rushed with business, Man
ager C. Hcdemanu left this morning
on the Tenyo Marti for Now York City,
whore the new plant will bo built. Ho
demaim will reiiutn thrro until tho
work Is completed, supervising thu Job
just ns carefully as though It wero
carried out In tho Honolulu factory.
AND PRATT IN LINE
But Candidates Are
Henry D. Wlshard, bookkeeper for
MhiKi plantation und Kaunl Supervls
or; Charlie Hustare, and I -and Com
missioner Pratt aro tho most proni'
Inent candidates for tho Territorial
Treasiirershlp, and oact) Is supported
hy a largo and enthusiastic following
(Continued on Page 3)
LONDON CORN CURE 25c.
4 . .U. .'
185 KINO ST.
Be Placed ,
(!Verinn- I-Veur this after
noon sent down the Deiioxltnry
bill with his signature The
til II. as llnally adopted by the
Legislature, provides that tint
Treasurer may deposit the funds u
of the Territory In hanks In-
stead of keeping them loikcd up if
In the oiricinl vaults. The mill-
t liiiuni Interest to bu received ;
H from such deposits Is 2 per -
K cent, and thu maximum 3 per r
n. tent. i
NAIB0RI, Africa, Anril 27. Ex-
President Roosevelt is shooting small
This discredits the report of this
morning that Mr. ltoodevelt and Ills
son were III.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 27.
SUOAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s. 54d.
Judge Hoblnson this morning ad
mitted the will of tho late W. C.
Peacock to probate. Cecil Urown
wns appointed administrator without
hoods tit the request of tho widow.
Thu estate Is valued at JIM, 000.
Bullritn BuMimh Office Phone Me.
Bulletin Mitotul Room Phone 185
County Attorney Cnthcnrt this tory ngnlnst myself wherein t ,nur
moriilnir addressed a letter to Altor-.rllilrK'l with having committed Vn
ney General Hemenwny, asking Hint
he taku chnrgo of tho prosecution of
he caso heforo the Orand Jury where-'been
In Catheart is charged hy (loo Willi
Hoy with battery. The letter fol
lows: "Honolulu, T. II.,
"April 27. l'J09.
"Honnrablo C. It. Hcinonway, Attor
"Sir; Tomorrow morning there
will come before tho Grand Jury for
investigation tho case ot Thu Terr!-
for those who need this kind of a shoe. LISTEN a Tan
Russia Double Sole Blucher Bal built on n roomy last to
come within the U. S. Army Regulations; made of a
tough, rich brown Russia leather which takes a high pol
They show quality and make a fine combination with
the Russia puttie leggins so much worn now-a-days,
Riders, investigate! This is a tin, Only one place to
buy the right kind of shoe.s WHERE? At 1051 Fort St.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey, April
2". Abdul Hamid, Sultan of the Ot-
. toman Empire, has been dethroned,
j The National Assembly acted una
nimously and has issued a formal de-
irrtc nroclaimimr Sheik Usilam Mo-v
hemmed Rcschid ElTcndi, a brotiicr'i
of Abdul Hamid, as Sultan of Tur
Ahmed Pasha is forming a CabL
There are conflictintr reports of
the fate of Abdul Hamid. tk
une report lias it that he is heldKi
nrisoncr: another that he isfl
dead and his palace has been burned,
ABANA. Turkey, April 27.
There has been a renewal of the
murders and incendiarism. The sit
uation in the entire district is criti
cal. Murderecs Pleads Guilty. New
York, April H. Sarah Koten.' thd" j
young KiishIuu uonmn charged with 5
thootlng mid killing Di. Martin W,
Ausplli:. August 7 I.ut. pleaded guilty
to ni.iml nuhtvr in the first ilegrtu
when riilhd to tilnl fur her life In tho
t-u-.iieaie mint lure today Sho wad
icmnii'i-d for sentence on Friday.
assault nnd battery on u Chluamau .
named Coo Wan llor.
..Tll(J wum.,,wl, aKi,Bt mc hao
dub subpoenaed uecordtng to a
list furnished by Goo Wan Hoy to
he heforo the Grand Jury nt 10
o'clock a. m. 1
lU rUlnFliJ D
"I would leupcel fully request thdtdf
euner in person or uy Deputy jouJ
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I'liMiti lino malic, lU I11U U1U11U
"Ver respcttfully yours,
"J NO. W, CATHOAUT,
"City und County Attorney,