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LEGISL ATIREIS( AHED
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I, WALTER V. KltlCAR, Governor of tlio Territory of Hawaii,
lioroby ' convene tho Legislature In speclul Reunion on Tuesday, the
second day of November, Nineteen Hundred mid Nine, for tlio con
Blderatlon of proposed amendments of the Organic Act.
' IN W1T.VR3S WHEREOF, I have liereunto Bet my hand
und caused the Great Seal of the Territory of Hawaii to
(Senl)' be, nfllxeil.
DONE nt the Capitol In Honoltm this nineteenth day of
October, Nineteen Hundred and Nine.
WALTER F. FM3AR.
a a a a a a a a a a a :: a a a a aa
Governor Frcnr this morning filmed
n iroclamatlop .ailing a spscjl ses
sion of the Territorial Legislature, be
ginning on November 2ml. The Issu
ance of the proclamation was the out
come of a conviction upon the part
of the Governor and nearly all of the
member 'lit' the general conference
Hint hag been meeting In lil office dur
ing the last two weeks, that a Bpeclal
session of tho Legislature was the
best solution presented toward a final
agreement Ul&n the amendments to
the Organic Act of the Territory that
will bo presented to tho next Con
gress. Notifications 'to all members of both
Scnnto and House of Representatives
PRINCE Kll AND
PARTY HAVE SAILED
Royal Receptions Were
Extended To Noted
Housing "baninl" and general
farewell greetings were -accordea
Their Royal Wellnesses Prince and
Pi luces Kunlqoshl at the Hackfeld
wharf this morning before tho liner
Tcnyo Mnru took Its departure for
Japan. Tho Portuguese band, sta
tioned on the dock, rendered the
Japaneso nnttonnl nlr, "Klml-ga-yo,"
us Tholr Royai Highnesses stood on
tho promenade deck and ncknowl
idged the bnnzals of the local Jap
enoBc. The stateroom s of Their Hoynl
Highnesses were profusely filled
with llowery gifts of tho subjects ot
the Emperor in Hawaii ucl.
llefore the loyal party urrlvodnt
the dock, an unusually lurgo crowd
of Japanese, plus Hnwaltans nnd
other Interested spectators, had con
gregated nt the wharf, eager to seo
'the nephew of the Jupanesa Emper
or, The police, under command ot
Captain Chus. llaker, guarded tho
royul 'party as it drove up to tho
Consul General Uyeno, the eecre
tnrles of the local consulate and a
number o'f prominent local Japanese
were at the whurt to honor tho do
partureof Thor Royal Highnesses.
Lust night ut the official rcsldcnco
of ConBiil General Uyeno on Nuuanu
street, an elaborate, banquet was
given In honor of Prince nnd Princ
ess Kuniyoshl and their party. Tho
dining room wb attractively deco
rated with Japaneso laid American
ilngs and other green plants.
During the banquet tho .Japaneso
xubJectB, enthused over tlio safe ar
rival ot Their Royal Highnesses,
marched up to the Consul's official
residence from Aula Parle under tho
leadership of the Portuguese band,
nnd cheered and banznled In honor
of Their Royal Highnesses. The
Prince, tlaiidlng on tho veranda,
a a a n a a a a a a a a it
a a,a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
nro being sent out from tho executive
offlco today, bo there will bo plenty of
opportunity for the out-of-town solons
to mnko their preparations for coming
"I have flnallv reached the conclu
sion," said Governor Frear this morn
ing, "that'll Bpeejiil, session, to act. on
a hill or resolution containing "the
amendments to the Organic, Act Is ad
visable. ''I did not decide- finally until
thlv morning. Tho' amendments as
outlined in tho tentntive draft of the!
bill Include n number of matters of J
vital Interest to the Territory, the es-,
scntlnl and most Important ono of
course being that dealing with the
methods of land administration." I
In response to n question as to I
THREE VOTES MAY
UPSET W. 0. SMITH
a It may bo that the decision on a
a whether the Territorial Senate Is a
a Republican or Democratic will a
a reached when the opening gun Is tt
a fired ami the officers of tho Up- a
tt per House nro nnmed. a
a A report was current this morn- a
a ing that tho switching of three tt
a Republican votes might cause a
a W. O. Smith to loso his position a
a ns President of tho Senate. This a
a seems Improbable, but three Re- a
a publican votes In tho Senate a
a have given considerable trouble a
a on more than ono occasion. tt
thanked the local Japanese for their
kindly reception nnd greeting. From
there the procession marched down
to tho Young Hotel, whore Their
Royal Highnesses wore once more
cheered before they retired for the
Late yesterday afternoon, the Jap
anese school children, In charge ot
their teachers, were lined up on the
sidewalk of Aola Pnrk, where they
were visited by Prince Kuniyoshl
and the party, which had Just re
turned from tho Hlshop Museum and
other points of Interest, As the
Prince's 'nutomobllo approached the
school children It slowed down, en
abling the Prince to salute tho pu
pils in acknowledgment of their
cheerily: banznls. He wus evidently
pleated with the reception accorded
Consul Gonernt Uyeno, who Is re
sponsible for the splendid reception
and entertainment of Their Royal
Highnesses while here, It Is said,
was highly complimented by tho
royal party, which aa'llcd for Japan
this morning. Col. Kurlta, the aid
to tho Prince, Minister Arakawa and
other membora of tho royal party
were equally pleased with the recep
tion. A petition has been submitted to
tlio Hawaii Board of Supervisors bear
ing tho slgnnturcs of 178 Kau people,
asking that $50 n. month bo set nsldo
from tho Kau district .road funds for'n
band for that district. t,
whether ho thought the special sta
tion could hnv.o been avoided had the
Senate not refused to approve the
land clause na received from the
House last session, tho Governor re
plied that It might have been decided
to submit the bill to Congress as it
wug approved by tho House, but he
Intimated thnt nothing could be done
when there was such a marked dlverg
ence of opinion shown on the most
Important section of the bill.
In commenting upon the most Im
portant amendments that are neces
sary to the Organic Act In the best
Interests of the Territory, Governor
Frear stated that tho removal of tho
existing restrictions surrounding the
Issuance of Territorial bonds was alone
of sufficient Import to warrant de
termined' action. Tho existing provi
sions of the Organic Act specify that
all Territorial t bonds shall be redeem
able In not inoro'tlum four" years and
payable In not more than fifteen years.
This, the Governor stated, prevented
the Territory from taking advantage
of changing market cendltlons. The
propose'd amendments provldo that tho
bonds shall be redeemable In not more
than fifteen yenrs and paynble within
thirty yours: Tho longer periods men
tioned will nllow tho'Terrltory to sell
(Continued on Page 3)
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BLUEFIEIAS, Nicaragua Oct. 10.
Estrade, the, rebel leader, holds
the entire Atlantic coast of Nicara
gua. He claims that ten thousand
men will be .required to dislodge
OQDEN BANK CLOSED.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
OQDEN, Oct. 18. The local
branch of the Japanese-American
Bank, with headquarters in San
Francisco, was taken in charge to
day by the State Bank Examiner.
The action was the" result of the con
dition of the main bank that was
closed by the California authorities.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN MARMTS. Tev rw 10 '
cloudbur swept over this town this
afternoon, spreading fearful damage
. i.u(renjf iu lis ptUU.
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Xing St. Phone 15.
Take Home a
Fresh Twice a Day,
CONFER .ON THE
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Territory 1jWill ' Give
TO EXCHANGE OF LANDS
Important Meeting Held in Capitol
and Next Hove Bests With the
People of Xohala No Definite
A number of 'representative citi
zens of largo interests In the dis
trict of Kohaln met the members of
tho Hoard of Agriculture and For-
atry In the Throne Room nt the
cupltol yesterday anernoon to con
sider the questions Involved In the
proposed Kohnla reserve. The net
result of the conference was si defi
nite statement by Executive Officer
Campbell of the. Hoard that the Ter
ritorial Government was prepared to
jixpend the mini of S25;000 annually
for two and a Half years for the
actual wprk otystab'tshlpg; and
maintaining a -forest reserve 'In the
Kohaln dtst.rlct, It was stated,, how
ever, that none ot this money would
be used for the actual .acquirement
of forest reserve acreage, but' thnt
to secure the area necessary for the
establishment of the reserve there
would have to be active co-operation
upon the part of the Kohnla Inter
ests. Tho Hoard ot Agriculture stut.
ed plainly to those In attendance
thnt the securing of the land includ
ed In the lines of the reserve as rec
ommended by Mr. Hosiner, superin
tendent of forestry, It was absolute
ly necessary that the property hold
ers whose lands aro Included within
tho tentative lines of the reserve
should declare their attitude and In
dicate the- basis upon which they
would , consent to part with their
A. U. M. Robinson, representing
the Woods estate, stated that lie was
not authorized to mnko any detintte
statement In regard to what the es
tate would accept for Its holdings.
He said that fie knew that the es
tate was anxious toiaee a reserve es
tablished, but added that nothing
would bo, accomplished unless a
proper vnluatlon was' placed, upon the
land, which he slated had not been
done In the .preliminary appraise
ments that had been made.
Replying to a question, by Chair
man .Campbell, Mr.Holsleln Btated
that he was opposed io the exchango
of any agricultural land for acreage
to go toward the formation of the
"I am opposed to any such proposition,"-
was the emphatic statement
of the Speakci of the House of Rep
resentatives. The Kohala reserve as now out
lined will Include about 27,000 acres
and will afford, needed protection to
the water supply ot the district.
The '$20,000 which can be appropri
ated for the maintenance and fenc
ing of the reserve Is derived from
the fund that arises from the special
2 per cent $5,000 exemption Income
tax passed by the last Legislature.
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White Clov2r Honey
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. This city's
tribute to the splendid courage -of
San Francisco was unique and at
tracted wide-spread interest.
Promptly at the hour of twelve
noon, every child in the schools of
the city united in giving three
cheers for San Francisco, the demon
stration having been preceded by re
marks from the teachers, setting
forth the wonderful work done by
the people of the western city fol
lowing the Rreat fire. It is estimat
ed that more than three hundred
thousand children united their voic
es in the cheers.
OBEOOBY, Tex., Oct? 19. Presi
dent Taft rested the greater part of
the day at his brother's ranch.
During the afternoon he indulged
in a round of golf.
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Oct. 19.
The Nippon Bank of this city volun
tarily closed its doors today. This
action was an indirect result of the
closing of the Japanese-American
Bank of San Francisco and Los An
geles by the State Superintendent of
Banking, ' .
Goes To Italy
MALTA, Oct. 19. CW Nicholas
sailed today for Italv, where he will
make an official visit and hold im
portant conferences with the King
K, S. OJerdrtnn, manager ot Hono
kun Sugar Co., is In town on a busi
ness trip. He reports tho cano on the
Hamakua coast as Inking very well.
185 editorial room 256 bual-
nttt office. These are tho tolspMno
-iiimhrn of the-, Biiilttln offle
What is the use of paying,
for a participating policy when you
can buy a non-participating policy
at a lower rate t
923 Fort Street
For Y.M.CA. Fund
That Is going some.
And $0000 more added by wireless
this morning. Uut the giver does not
want his name mentioned.
With the tale C. M. Cooke'H bequest
of $50,000, the building fund will
There were 989 actual contribution,
not Including Mr. Cooke's Ml.
The youngest contributor Is eight
years old. He gave $5X0.
The oldest was well, that's not for
Anyhow It was great, strenuous, the.
real thing n stem-winding rleancut
cnmpalgn from start to flnlfh, nnd no
one comes In for more praise than
Superintendent Super, of the Y. M.
The hcadouarlers In tho Young
?lHcTtT (let mTh. tlnvm.
ment sntinnnreft tndiv thnt four
treaty ports at Chientao will be
opened on no v. l, This is(tne sec
tion in which Germany practically
holds control of the trade.
TDBIN, Italy, Oct. 19. Cesare
Lombroso, the famous criminologist,
died here today.
Lombroso was born In Verona In
1838. In 1802 he became profes
sor of psychiatry at Pavla and Inter
of medical Jurisprudence and psy
chiatry at Turin. Ho beenmo widely
known through his Investigations of
the abnormal human being, and
through hi theories deducted the
reform theories that met with great
opposition, but have nevertheless be
como the basis for present-day crimi
nal anthropology. Among his worlta
lire "Tho Criminal," "The Man or
Oenlus," "The Anarchists," "The
Cannes of and the Contents of
Inter-Uland an1 O. n t I, hinin
books for sale it the Dull a tin
Now-a-days young men are not
satisfied with shoes of the ordinary
style. Shoe making has advanced
to such an art that it is not neces
sary that they should. Today shoes
are made in styles especially for
Young man, if you want the right
kind of shoes, look over our late ar
building closed nlllrlally ycslerd.!)'. and
tli solicitors hao rcawd their labors,
but Mr. Carter wauls It understood
.voluntary subscriptions arc villi ac
ceptable, and will not bu turned down.
I Mr. Super Is going around with a
$180,000 smllf that "won't riiiuo ofT',
while ) mi would think "X Ooverimr Car-,
ter hud switched tho cluck Ju:ck lull
years. Mr. Allierlnu le fee Intf flmr,Ti
in tact all ot the workcm ate In nj
happy frame of inliid.
j Why shouldn't they be? Ruining In
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ijucis iiiko ten in iweuiy nayn m kui,
hold of that touch money, and nt iSJ.
rule It generally falls thort "Hnnolii
ll, u iiuj p mini iii'ipt i,i i. .ti. j. tt pii'v fl
In United proved rnncluslvuh that in
the bulnes men of tho old town urn ,
equal to any emergency if given a
SAN' FRANCISCO. Oct. 19. All
the world over the Taft toast to tlio
rebuilt' San Francisco was drunk to
day and the RTeat Portoln festivnl
in honor' of the courage and energy
of the people who overcame the
greatest disaster ever met by a 'mod
ern city, is on. f
The great spectacular event of to,
day wr.s the landing of the repre
sentatives of the warships assembled
in the harbor tc tr.ke part in the
great rortoio pant.c.
American troops from the Presidio
and marines front the naval ships led
the procession, followed by marineii
from the reprcsmtative warships of
Great Britain, Germany, Nether
lands, Italy and Japan.
Crowds' of people have come to tin-
city from the country around ami
the great international "arade was
received with wild aoolause ana
cheers throughout the line of march..
The city is enfete and the festival
will continue for five days.
LISBON. Oct. in A immt. ...
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exploded today near on6 of the city
churches, it having been placed,
there presumably bv people aroused
by the great agitation following the
death of Ferrer. Several people
were injured, but none killed.
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