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VOL. XI. NO. 4297.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 6 CENTS.
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GOVERNOR VETOES HOSPITAL APPROPRIATE
NEAR BLOCKADE BETWEEN GOVERNOR AND LEGISLATURE AT CLOSING
NO BILL AGAINST
JOHN W. CATHCART
Alleged Assault of. Goo Wan Hoy By
By County Attorney Investigated
By Grand Jury, Which Returns No
"A "no truo Mil" was returned by Hoy, Clement Ooo On, Ah Cluing,
tho Grand Jury this morning In the. Tllu matter was presented hy Deputy
,,,,.,,. , , Attorney General Whitney.
raw of John . Cnthcart, accused J)ef()o tnkBg u ,fco art
hy Goo Wan Hoy of nssaultlnK him. cnF0 tll0 0rnm, Jllry ,limIe ICm.
In Its report, presented to Judge I)o Inury report to Judge Do Holt, ic
Holt Just before noon, the liiqulalto- turning two Indictments, one ngnlnst
rlnl hody made no comment whatever Ah On, charging li tin with horso
on the case, merely stating that It Mealing, nnd tho other against Hen
hud round no hill ngnlnst the County Jamln Gallagher, who Is charged with
Attorney. muhcm for hltlng oft the eyehrow
The caso was taken up hy tho of joung Ward. Gallagher figured
Grand Jury at 10 o'clock, and tho prominently In police circles spmo
following witnesses were examined: years ago, when his cannthnllstlc
Leo Tong, hackdrlvcr, llcthel street propensities. It was alleged, led him
stand; D. K. Kama, son of Iteprcsen-! to try to chew off tho car of I'rlnce
tntlvo Kama; Henry Knma, Goo Wun llort Peterson.
Governor Fienr Kent In his tuer
fcago vetoing items In tho Appropria
tion Hill this afternoon, bringing the
appropriations down hy a reduction
of some Btxty thousand dollnrs.
It Is believed that the Scnato will
override the veto. On the oilier hand
It Is stntcd that If the Goernor Is
not upheld In this he will pocket
veto the bills turning over 'much to
the Counties, and thus foicc nn extra
The Governor's message with tho
Items vetoed follows:
Tho following Items are vetoed:
High Sheriff ami Clerk
Moti-S nil Woodruff. Perry and Whitney
Chairman Atkinson of the Hepuh
llcnn Territorial Committee (ommu-
ulcntcd with the members by tele
phone this noon nnd as a result the
! executive committee made the fol
lowing leiouimendntlonH. K A.
Molt-Hmlth, member and President
of the Hoard of Health; Albert lim
ner, Liquor Commissioner or tho
County of Hawaii: W. I). Alexander
land Geo. K. Carter, reappointed Com.
'mUsloncis of Archives, Di. George
Herbert, member Hoard of Medical
It was reported that the committee
had acted on the Trcasurershlp, but
Atkinson denleJ this. The mimo of
j W. L. Hopper Is suggested for Trens
'urer, ono person icconunendlng him
on nc count of his careful hutlnesj
ability and the thought that ho
I Thrto appointments were hent In
Appointed To Vacant Ju
HOUSE PUTS LAST
Woman's Suffrage And
President sent in
Teintory of Hawaii
to the Senate thfo nftcmnnn nnd
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In.mto limiivniiiiii fiiiimiiliiuliinui , '
MVJIMIJ IIIOIII UKVU liilllliuoniuiin
Senate Cuts Out
GOth Day Morning Session
When tho bill to amend tho Or
ganic Act, Introduced In Congress by
Delegate Kulilo, comes up or consid
eration, It will do so without any
recommendation from tho Territorial
Legislature regnidlng the matter of
lnud laws. House. Concurrent Reso
lution No. 21, endorsing In Bub
stnnco the hill as Introduced, enmo
up for final leading In the Scnato
this morning. All of Section fi, re
lating to amendments to tho land
lawB, was stricken out.
Sennte Concurrent Resolution No.
8, Introduced early In tho tcsslon
nnd deferred until today, and House
Concuriont Resolution No. 21, were
on tho order of tho day. Hy Invita
tion, Governor Frenr appeared hcfoio
tho Senate, sitting in Committee of
the-Whole, and explained the prod
slons of the bill.
The bill In question Is much tho
same us tho ono discussed hy the
Chamber of Commerce some inpnths
ago, nnd by the Senate early In tho
session. Tho remarks of Governor
Frenr were, In substance, tho same
us ho mndo on tho former occasions
when ho nddrcssed tho Chamber of
Commerce and when ho appeared be
fore the Sennte.
In connection with tho bill, the
Governor said that It was practically
as favored hy Kulilo, and- thnt,
thoilch he himself did nht'-iumrnvo
of all of tho provisions, and believed
Hint certain provisions not Incorpor
ated should havo been Inserted, he
was Inclined to think that it was as
good as could bo hoped for at this
time, nnd that Congress had been
nsked to grant about nil that could
He said thnt ho should havo liked
to Bee Inserted tho provision grant'
Ing to tho Kxecutivo tho right to le
move Territorial officers without the
consent of tho Sennte, but that he
was nwnio of the fact that mnny did
not ngrce with him, and he did not
Insist on that provision,
lleforo the ontrnnce or tho Gov
ernor, Coelho had made u determined
effort to have the resolution tabled,
and only desisted In his efforts when
the Governor entered tho room.
Though no official notlco had been
taken of his resolution, ho showed
n determination to let tho Governor
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($175), $4200. Bureau of Taxes-
Clerk ad n Interpicter ($00), $1440.
Public Works, etc. - Landings unit
Wharves: landings nnd concroto
walls, Mahukonn, Huwnll, $13,300;
except In the matter of Mott-Smlth.
Action was deferred on this until the
Senate could learn the reason for
Robinson's resignation. Although
the appointment of Mott-Smlth to a
iifiiitl l.fi in flint lin Iclll iriil n rwitu
new landing and warehouse, Hana-,,,, Mlnry ()f oye! ,' a mo,h
ll-l, .uiuu, fiv.vuv.. ......... "h. . ,,,,
Health llosplhils: Queen's Hos
pital 12t;T)00; Mnlulnni Hospital,
Maul (for period ending Dec. 31.
1910), $2875; Hllo Hospital, Ha
waii (for period ending Dec. 31,
1909), $2875. The Courts Cir
cuit Courts: First Circuit: 3 clerks
($100 ench), $7200; Fourth Circuit:
Assistant 'clerk, messenger nnd in
terpreter ($100), $2100.
Whllo the Legislature has endeav
ored with a commcndnblo business
like spirit to bring the appropria
tions within tho revenues and by va
rious enltctmcnts to place tho Terri
tory nnd tho Counties, singly nnd In
relation to each other, upon a sound
flnnnclal basis, It has been found Im
possible to do nil In this direction
that cither jour honorable body or
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has long been rifinorcti, sfimo of tho
members feel that, thoy have been
Next Fruit Boat
the LUBLINE, May 1
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Tllo llouso refused to concur to
the Senate amendments to tho reso
lution for tho amendment of the
Organic Act, and Houthltt, Castro,
nnd Kaletopu wero named to confer
with tho Semite. All the members
of tho conference wiled to accept the
lions resolvo as originally Introduced
except Senator McCarthy. He Is ob
durate ami tho resolution may be de
feated, unless the House will give in.
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variety of colors.
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BOYS LIKE THEM
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LONDON CORN CURE 25c.
HUSBAND'S LOVE IS
STOLEN BY ANOTHER
The importance of trusts
lias led us to develop our sys
tem of handling trust ac
counts to the. very "pink" of
We invite an inspection of
this svstcm, It is plain, con
cise and accurate,
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
023 FORT STREET
When n woman who 1b absent fmni
n supposedly lovlin; and faithful bus-
i, in d receives a lett r from him idling
her ho wants to ye. rid of hot. It Is i
llitty hard blow. It'll Biich was tho
trror of u lotttv nKi'ivo! by Alice 8.
Kellogg from hei husband, Leonard
G, Kellogg, according lo tho allega
tions in her suit for ilt.-ii; c-j which has
been filed In the Circuit Court.
Tho letter, she says, brought hei
hurrying homo on March 18, only to
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"For Sale" carda a Bulletin.
00th Day Morning Session
The House this morning virtually
A'ound up Its work for tho session.
denied the desks of till unfinished
business, and got Itself In readiness
to adjoin n. It has no more work,
before It unless bomethliig comes
down from the Senate or the Govern
or sends down a veto or two. No
mole work; thnt Is, with the excep
tion of Its consideration of the veto
of tho deer bill, which was once mora
deferred, this time until afternoon.
The House Is having lots of fun with
iho Scnato over that veto, tho upper
body having voted to overriden tho
The woman's suffrage resolution
was diplomatically but effectually
squelched, but nothing the Homo
can do can tako away from Keala
wan the glory of having made him
self the champion of oppressed fem
ininity, it Is expected that he will
be returned two cars hence because
of Inning Introduced the resolution
to usk Congress to let tho woman
hood of Hawaii express Its views at
thu polls. Kcalawaa's opularlty Is
now immense. It's too bad he's mar
Tho hill providing for medical In
spection of school-children is also
dead, being put out of Its misery
Hits morning nc It lay gasping for
breath on the clerk's desk, whero it
had been forgotten.
The llouso took a rccens until '
o'clock, when It Is oxpectcd tho Ap
proprlatlon Hill will come back from
the Governor with whntovcr changes
he has made In it.
A Startling Discovery,
Tho I'ubllc iJinds Committee, report
ing on the communication from tin)
Honolulu Hoard of Supervisor! praying
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SAYS GOV. FREAR
(Associated Press Special)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 28. The
his aointments to the iudtcial positions in the
made vacant bv the resicnation of Associate Justice Ballou from the Su
preme Bench, of Circuit Judge Lindsay, and for the new United States
District Judge who will take office the 1st of July.
Antone Perry is named for Asiociate Justice, win. i... wnuncy lor
the Circuit bench, and George W. Woodruff, Assistant Attorney General
for the Interior Department, for second United States Judge. Mr. Wood
ruff was a noted football player at Yale.
George W Woodruff wns bom In Dlmock. I'a., Feb 22. IsCI Ho
graduated from tho Mansfield Normal School In JS83. reccUed his de
gree of A. II. from Yale In 1889 nnd LL.II from the Fnlerslt of Penn
sylvania In 1895. He was married In Philadelphia Aug. i. 1M8. to Maud
Donnld Macbrlde. Ho was law officer of the Fnlteil Stales 1 m entry her
vlco 1903-G; Assistant Attorney Genernl of tho United States for tho
Interior Department Blnce 1907. He was Acting Secretary of the Inte
rior from Juno 15 to Oct. 1, 1907. Ho was recently succeeded In the At
torney General's office by the United States District Attorney with head
quarters In I.os Angeles. Mr. Woodruff Is n tlcpubllcnn. llo Is a mem
ber of tho American Forestry Association, the Society of American l"or
csterB. I'M lletn Kappa, I'sl Fpsllnn, Skull nnd Hones, Yale.
Antone Ferry wns ot ono time Asmclntu Justice on the Supremo
bench, having foiled of reappointment on account of the tiouljle In
which the Justices became Involved thtutlgli tho arbitrary disbarment
of Attorney Geo. A. Davis, who win reinstated piuctlcolly nt tho de
mand of the Department of Justice Perry was un aw-nclatc of Mr. Frear
on tho bench nnd ery much admired bj hlni
Wm. L. Whitney Is Deputy Attomei General, having served In his
first Judicial ripnclty n the District Mnglstiute for Honolulu. Mr. Whit.
ncy has made n specialty of the wayward Juveniles find the laws passed
bearing on that subject have hern largely framed hy him.
HELD AS PRISONER
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, April 28. The dethroned Abdul Ham
id has been taken to Salonika, where he will be kept a prisoner.
Olive Logan Dead
LONDON, England, April 28. Olive Logan, the famous actress, lec
turer, and author, died here today. She was born in New York in 1811.
Get the Best
Declares Woodruff Will
Be Acquisition To
"Georgo Woodruff Is a nUn who
will, I believe, prove a distinct acqui
sition to the Territory. While, as
a general thing, I nm in 'favor of
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I liaVlllB 1IH1M II1CI1 U1IUII.IUI1 IU .Mltvw
ihf.ro wn must not hso sleht of the
There is no advantage trying un-1 fucl tbat the office of Federal Judgo
proven messengers. Get those you8 oisttuc-tly a Federal one, nnd that
know to be reliable and prompt, the,wo already have ono local man un
kind we have. K BUl.l un oflico lino," Governor
I TERRITORIAL MESSENGER Krear.
SERVICE. PHONE 301. (Continued on Page 2)
TRIPOLI, April 28. There is great enthusiasm here over the new
Africa Is Quaking
KAMER0N, West Africa, April 28, Severe carthauakes liave been
experienced in this section.
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