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VOL. XI. NO. 4299.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITRY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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HOSPITAL TRUSTEES MUST APPEAL FOR AIO
OFFICES ARE STILL. AWAITING FREAR
Hy turning over to tlio counties In
creased responsibilities ninl Increased
f undu, tliu Legislating linn given tint
County of Oalm $70,000 luuro to hiioiuI,
over nml nliove tlio Increased oxpcndl
lures, than It had heroic. This In
cludes tho 124,000 fur tlio Queen's bus
pltnl, which was cut out of tho Appro
priation Hill hy tho (loremor nud
which tho County will ho asked to
A statement to this effect was mado
by Governor Krear this morning. It
means that tho City nml County of
.Honolulu Is relatively rich and ubuml
nutly nolo to take caro of such Instltu-.
tlons ns the Queen's Hospital, tho l.o
nlie Home, etc., at well ns to look af
ter tlio schools, give tho ttnvcllng puli
llo Kood roads and mako other public
Some Interesting sessions of tho Biv
pervlsors are probable when they be
Kin to cut tho cake.
A writ of attachment against tho
property of tho defendant has been (s
kiiud out of Judgo Uoblmon'B court In
tho matter of Thoo, H. llayles & Co..
Ltd., v."" Nyeoka a suit ror $434.30
for merchandise delivered by the plnln
tiff to the defendant.
A notice to creditors ro estnto of W.
C. Peacock, deceased, nppears In thlb
Mott-Smith Will Be
An Active President
The principal ofllco of Kincut Molt
Smith hei carter will bo in the ofllco of
tho Hoard of Health. As President or
the Hoard ho will spend most of his
time In that ofllco, putting In nil his
mornings there and devoting tho af
ternoon, or n part of his, to utlendlug
to his duties as Secretary or tho Ter
ritory. Ileyond this, Mr. Mott-Smlth Htnted
this morning, ho has formed no plans
as regards tho conduct or his new of
flco. Ho held a conference, however,
with Secretary Charlock this morning
with a view to getting n preliminary
grasp or tho work to ho done, From
Ills statements made today. It Ik evi
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.,
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Is Asked By FrearTo
Accept the Position
William I. Hopper has been asked
by Governor Freur to nccopt the posi
tion of Treasurer of the Territory of
Hawaii, and now has tho matter under
advisement. When asked tills after
noon if It weio true that he had been
offered tho place, he replied that It
was. Tho Governor, ho said, asked
him beforo tho legislature adjourned,
to accept, and ho did not at that tlmu
give any definite reply. Tho offer Is
still up to him, he says, and ho is con
Tho Governor, ns usual. Is mystir
Ions. Nobody, ho Bays, has yet been
appointed to tho Treasurcrshlp, and
nobody will bo.
Nobody has yet been appointed by
Governor Krenr to tho Treasurershlp
of the Territory, nnd nobody will bo
appointed for somo days to come. The
Governor said Hint he had not yet
found a man for tho place, and us ho
is going to Maul, and possibly to I In
wall, tonight, tho matter will probably
remain 0K'ii until after his return.
William U Hopper Is moBt prom
inently mentioned on the street today
for tho treasurcrshlp, but when Gov-
ernnr Grtur was nBked if ho was con
hlderliic appointing Mr. Hopper, ho
gracefully sldc-stcpped b asking tho
counter question, "What Hoeum to bo
tho general sentiment In the matter?
And tuoro you are. Ho loves me, ho
loves mo not. Ecny mecny mlny mo,
you're it maybe,
"I was told several times tho last
(OonMnnad om Itm 4)
dent that ho Intends tn tin nn npllvn
official nnd not leave tho burden or
the work on tlio shoulders of bin kit.
retnry, ns wuh contemplated when It
was nrsi proposed to lediico tho sal
aty or tho President or tho Hoard or
Health to J 1C0.
His appointment as President or the
Hoard or Health necessitated tho reslg
nation of Mr. Mott-Smlth ns President
und a member of tho Territorial Hoard
or Immigration. Tho resignation was
sent I nto tho Governor tho last day of
the session, us soon as the nomination
ns President or tho Hoard of Health
This makes tho fourth vacancy on
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RESIGNATION STORYiSAUCE FQEt GOOSE
WAS A RANK FAKE!
Neither Robinson Nor
De Bolt Will Quit .
"Tho Star must have somebody It
wants to appoint In my place," said
Judge Hoblnson this morning, when
asked about the very obvious fake
published In tho sheet mentioned, to
tho effect thnt he was so sore over
not being nppolnted Second 1'edernl
Judge that ,he was going to quit and
leavo tho country. "I have no Inten
tion of resigning now, although they
have had me going back to the Const
nnd nil sorts or things ror some time."
Judgo 1)3 Holt, whom tho Star also
has on tho vergo or chucking up his
Job In a fit of pique because ho did
not land on the Supreme Hench In
place of Judgo Perry, was mildly
amused when he read the story. "Tliu
Stnr seems to know more than I do
about it," he said. "Thero Is, noth
ing In the report."
It Is probably truo that both men
nro somewhat disappointed at not
receiving tho merited promotions,
but thnt they should bo so childish
as to resign on that account would
bo ridiculous to suppose Judgo Do
Holt may resign soon, but for bust
ness reasons. If at nil. The salary
paid u Judgo of the Circuit Court Is
absurdly Inadequate, It Is. true, espe
cially In view of the lucrcaso work
caused by turning over to tho Cir
cuit Judges tho work of the land
court nnd the. Juvenile court, but If
nny Judgo thinks he Is not making
as much on tho bench as ho can oft
It, he can resign for thnt reason when
ho gets ready. Hut It Is hardly prob.
able thnt he will Jump his Job be
cause lie didn't get n better one.
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 30.
Eight people perished in a fire here
today. Their place was burned as a
result of their ignoring a Black Hand
Nelllo Hchenk Kcnweamahl has
brought suit for divorce from Henry
Kenwcamnhl on tho ground or ux-
tremo cruelty. She specHles several
choice vailetles or cruelty, Including
drunkenness, wUe-bontlng, desertion
mid non-support. Sho usks for an all-
EOluto decree und the right to resume
her maiden name.
Kanuloa, a Hawaiian youth, seems
to havo mopped up all the booze In
Mght before ho collapsed yesterday.
His trouble wns Investigated by Judgo
Andrmlo this morning, and tho Judge
whilst recognizing the gnmo effort put
up by Knnaloa, had to flno him four
The importance of trusts
has led us to develop our sys
tem of handling trust ac
counts to the very "pink'' of
We invite an inspection of
this system. It is plain, con
cise and accurate.
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
023 FORT STREET
NOT FOR- GANDER
Rhode Gets Increase
Though tho riew Hilary of the Sec
retary to the Mnyor went Into effect
from the minute Governor 1'irar
signed the bill nnd made It u law,
Auditor Illcknell and the other Coun
ty officers who were granted an In
crease of-pay by the late Legislature,
will have to wait until July t for
It is whispered that the reason for
the different wording of the bills was
due to the fact that certain men high
up In affairs were Interested in tho
question of n sulnry for the Mayor's
fcocretory. Though tho pay allowed
that functionary under the law- Is
but 11200, the present Incumbent re
linquished a position, supposedly
mora lucrative, to accept It The ac
tual sum which he Is said to receive
is St 800 and It is further said that
prominent local Democrats are dlg
(Contiaued on Pace 0)
Succeeds To Important
Office In Customs
George W. Lucas, sou of T. It. Lu
cas, who has been In tho Customs
fccrvlce ever since 1899, bos been ap
pointed storekeeper for tho bonded
warehouse, succeeding Acting Store
keeper M. tl. Johnson. When Jnmes
Kcllcy. the regular storekeeper, died
Home time ago, M G. Johnson, one of
tho clerks In the Customs service,
took charge of the ofllco.
Lucas, who had passed tho civil
servile examination, was given the
position, In appreciation of his long
und valuable service tn tho bureau.
He is a young man of determination
und has come under the pcrsouul ob
servation of Collector K. It. Stacknble.
W. II I). King, a night Inspector,
succeeds l.urns. He Is the son of the
lato Captain King, one Minister of
the, Interior under tho Hepubllc of
-f Seventeen more I'ortnweso lm
f migrants aro coining to tho Is-
lands on tho Aornngi under tho
-f auspices of tho Hoard or Immlgrn--f
tlon, These people wero enlisted
f by Agent Arenor nnd nro from
-f tho same, section ns Uiobo nrrlv-
Ing sonic weeks ago and who havo
f gone to tho plantations.
Get the Best
There is no advantarje trying un
proven messengers. Qet those you
know to be reliable and prompt, the
kind we have.
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 03 IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. . ., iwidurf
J. Hopp & Co.,
189 KING ST.
MAN WANTED FOR
Larnach Logical Candi
date for Place But
May NoUJet it
Attorney General Hemenwny Is look
ing for a man to appoint us his tlep
uty In place of Judge Whitney, who
has been nominated ror tho Circuit
bench, to take tho place mado vacant
uy iiiu ii'iwKiiuiiuu in judge wimiBuy. j
When the Legislature cut out tho
salary for n second deputy, It was
taken for r.rnnteil by the members that
tho man to go out would be Second
Deputy I.nrnach. Hut when Whitney
was appointed to n pUco on tho bench.
It was naturally supposed that Second
Denutv Lnrnnch would ho moved nn
to the first deputy ship, especially in I
view fif Ihn inHiinf u-nrlr In, tins'
done In the Attorney General'. sofllce.
"I supiKiso tho promotion of Mr.
Whitney to tho bench means that Mr.
Larnach will bo .your deputy, does it
uot?" Hcmenway was uBked this morn
ing. "Von can suppose It If )ou want to,"
replied tlio Attorney General, but I
wouldn't do any more than supposo If
I woro you."
"Then ou have some one else In
"Ves, I havo two or three but I
don't know thai I rim get nny of thcin
to luke tho place."
'Unless Air. Hemcnay Is adopting
his old tactics of trying to throw dust
In the eyes or the public as to tho man
whom ho Is going to glvo the oppor
tunity or serving the public, and or
drawing the public's money, his replies
certainly indicate that ho bus no In
tentlou or retaining Mr. Larnach,
though thero aro many who believe
that Larnnch has mado tho best rec
ord or any mnn In tho Attorney Gener
al's ofllco nt present and that he Is tho
best und most efficient lawyer In tho
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 30.
The resident has aDDOinted Ernest
Leeds as Associate Justice of the
Arizona Supreme Court and Alfred
Col ley and Merritt Meechan to the
Supreme Court of New Mexico,
Thero will be a meeting of .tho
stockholders of tho Wuhluwa Consol
idated 1'lncnpplo Co. on Monday, May
3rd, at 10 u, in. Sco notice.
Next Fruit Boat
the LURLINE, May 1
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. FH0NE IS,
LONDON CORN CURE 26e.
ALL BILLS CAUGHT
None of the 18 Measures
Left In Governor's
Hand Miy Live
None of the seventeen bills or the
Joint resolution left by tho Legisla
ture In tho Governor's bands unsign
ed mid unvcloed will become law. ac
cording to his statement made this )
mornlnc. Although hn has the rlsht I
to sign hills niter the Legislature
adjourns, he will not uvall himself
or the authority, ror the simple rea
son thnt he does not approve or nny j
or the bills. Some of them, he says, i
have their good points, but thcte are I
moro than counterbalanced by their
Kegardlng the wireless hill, his
falluro to sign which was criticized
by ex-Oovernor George H. Carter,
Govornor l'rear says his reason for
not signing It seems to have been
misunderstood. The Intent of the
hill wns all right, but Its wording
was ftulty nnd the. measure would
not accomplish the object for which
It was Introduced.
The real purpose of the bill, the
Governor Has, wus to prevent school
boH from Interrupting wireless com
munication by cluttering the air up
with their own wireless messages.
Hut this purpose was not stated in
the title of. the bill, nnd the measure
would, therefore, ho Ineffective In
this particular If It were passed II
sides this, there wore other defects In
the bill which made It advisable thttt
it should not become n law.
Kegardlng the measure paBscd do
ing away with the penalty on delin
quent taxes, whllo the Governor ap
proves or tho general idea of the
bill, ho Bays It was very faulty In
several particulars. The wors,t fault
Is that It wipes out penalties already
accumulated, thus being In effect n
sort or roward of merit ror those
who did not pay their taxes when
they fell due.
A salo or old galvanized Iron will
take place May C at tho Custom House
COUNTY WILL HELP
"We must have a hospital and tho
sooner people come to renllzo thnt
fact tho better. I, (or one, shall
stand behind the Queen's Hospital In
lis endeavor to get nn appropriation
from tho County." This was tho an
swer which Supervisor Qulnn mado
this morning In response to n Ques
tion from a 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter ns
to what stand he would tako in re
gard to tho application of the trus
tees of tho Queen's Hospital lor as
sistance. Tho vetoing hy the Governor of
the 124,000 item, to assist In the
support of tho Queen's Hospital dur
ing tho next biennial period, has
put thnt Institution In a position
where something must be dona ut
for those who need this kind of a shoe. LISTEN a Tan
Russia Double Sole Blucher Bal built on a roomy last to
come within the U. S. Army Regulations; made of a
tough, rich brown Russia leather which takes a high pol
ish. 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.
SAN TRANCISCO. Cal., April 30.
B, W. Soule, a cook who has been
out of employment, was arrested to
day for Bending a threatening letter
to KudolDlt Sprcekels. Soule demand
ed $3,500, nnd unless it was forth
coming threatened to poison Sprcck
els and his wife. This is one of many
threats against his life that Rudolph
bpreckels has received since he be
came connected with the graft prose
CHICAGO, 111., April 30. Six pco
nle killed and fifty injured is the to
tal of casualties thus far reported in
the wake of the terrific storm that
has swept this city.
A tidal wave from the Lakes did a
great amount of damage to property.
.Reports 'from the Southern States
are that over one hundred people
Asn, the aged Japanese who stolo
tho enso or shoes that were Intended
for I'nla stoic, wns senlemed to ono
year's Imprisonment this morning by
once. Tho care of tho Indigent sick
or tho Coputy fulls upon the hospital
and Its Income Is not largo enougli
to penult or the currying on of tho
work without tome assistance, either
from the Territory or fiom the Conn--
Itenllzlng Hint tho contingency
wns one thnt bad to be faced nt ouce,
tho trustees ot the Queen's Hospital
this morning held a special meeting
to discuss what steps should bo taken.
It was decided that tho matter would
have to be put up to tho Hoard or
Supervisors nt once.
A special committee, consisting of
George It Carter, W'illard lliown,
and G W Smith, was nppolnted to
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