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VOL. XI. NO. 4450.
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The special session of the Legislature this morning finished the work for which It was called by procla
mation of Governor Frear.
The House of Renreseitatlves concurred In the amendment made by the Senate to the resolution Induci
ng the amendments to the Organic A:t that Congress will be, asked to make, setting the seal of the Legisla
ture's fmal(approval u?on the bill practically as advocated by Governor Frear and Prince Kuhlo. ,
It Is expected that the Legislature will adjourn tomorrow, the House declining this morning to consider
any of the bills passed by the Senate dealing with matters foreign to the purpose of the special session.
The afitl federal prohibition recolutlon Introduced by Cohen was passed with only two dissenting votes.
Tun bills originating In tliu upiier
limine, passed tliu Seiuito llilri mum
lug mi tlilnl nailing, ono (n set aside
50,000 from tliu Public Trc.iiury Hii
llic purpose of aiding Inllgont persons
vlin huo N-cu kegiegnted at llio lep
er settlement mi Mulnknt, tlio oilier
unicndlhg Act Ofi by striking out tlio
license lit prosuit charged persons
peddling ill led in fresh llth, siii!d,
IrullH, cgctuhlcs and flowers. Tlio
Mitu mi tlio formor bill wiiu iM.inlm
ijiih. cm I Im latter Scnatnru Knudscn.
llolilnmm mill Smllh voted ngilnst It.
Houso Hill No. I, appropriating $U.
00U for llio Cipoliso (if tlio hiilcIiiI sis
klon of tho House, passed to second I
lending. Senator Chlllngworlh, In a
touch of humor, suggested It lie tabled
Another Ions, closely tpo-wrlllcu
Kiiiiiiniulc.illoii from Mis. Atclierly
lemlied llio Hcuuto tlis moriiliu. Pres
ident Smith doubted tho wisdom of
imy action, Inasmuch ns no member
hud introduced thu communication,
mid while ho mild tliero was something
pathetic about the nppenl to them, tlio
members knew tliu clrcumstnuics.
They were not long in tabling tlio let
ter. House Joint Itctoliillon No. , pro
1i1Iiik for the nppoliitinent of n com
mission of thrio by the Umurnor to
luvcstlgulo tliu condition of home
steaders occupying mid taking up pub-
lie lauds In tlio Territory, with a. lcv
of lun Ins llio Territory apprnprlto
mono) to aid tlicni.ln doveloplng such
lands, was passed tn second reading.
The romiulssloii Is tn lnostlgato mid
lepnit tn the (lotcrnor nut later than
January 1, 1911.
Concurrent resolution fi, to set nslde
certain publlr lauds for Indigent per
mits was adopted with tho following
nniendments, Senator Mnkckatt ar
gued Ihat tlio Oowrnor hud lio power
In set aside lands, that this was up to
the Commissioner, Tho resolution was
tlieicforu amended to read "Tho Com
mtsslouer of I'utillc Lands, with tliu
iippinval of the Uovernoi," and on the
suKgeitloii of President. Smith, tho
words "purpose or placing were
ttrlcken out and llio words "nso of
Inserted. In Its ninended form the
lesnliitlon was iinaiilmnusy ndopted.
Concuriciit llcsolutlon Nn, 2 ciiuscd
miiiio nrgument and gontlo thrusts
fiom Somitor Knudscn. It pio-
IiIih for tho turning ncr to the
Count v of the picsent postoflleo build
ing and tho Honolulu Halo after tlio
l'edeiul building is completed.
Kmidsin wanted to know why thu
County wna figuring on getting tho
We serve the belt meal in the city
and serve the meals best. There is
a distinction, The difference is in
the price of our good meals and the
indifferent ones served elsewhere.
Hotel, near Union.
For Horses and Cattle,
buildings for nothing. Coclhn asked
lilm If Ills enmity paid anything for
public buildings. Kmidscii wna not
cerOiln mid Cm llin Bald tlio nnly coun
ty trial ocr did pay nnythlng for such
1 ullillngs wns Maul, which wns l.Urr
lesclndcd. Senator Clillllngworth sug
gested that In caso Iho buildings were
turned over, tile County could put up a
now structure tint would ho u credit
to (he city. Senator Mnkcnu mmed
Hint tlio resolution lie amended tu
strlko out tlio words "turn over to"
mid Insert tlio vords "sold to." TliU
wns thought too strnn?, us President
Smith said tho resolution nt tlio beat
w'lh "'lily nn oxprctslnn of tlio Senate
It v'is therefore adopted as It stood.
When the report of the judiclnry
committee was submitted on Sennto
Concurrent Resolution No. C, with
Hie recommendation Hint It be
adopted. Senator McCarthy said
Hint ho hopod-tl.nt there would
bo u united Mile on tho leso
lutlnn which would liino omrc
weight In Congress. Senator Cooh
lo, who introduced tho resolution In
Its original form, mado no objection
to tho report, although It took tlio
form of nn cxpicsslou of tlio Sennto
rather than any action.
"I linvo been tho tnrgct of per
sonal persecution, mid I lime said
Homo things In tho Sonalo which
wero prompted by certain Incidents
of tlio last few das. 1 nm, however,
anxious that the vote on this resolu
tion should bo unanimous, bo I will
Nolo for It."
President Smith said that things
were often said in tho licut of argu
ment that would nthorwlso be omit-'
ted, ninl that It was n fmo thing tu
luno n motion presented for a
unanimous vote nn tho adoption of
tho report, which wns done
Tho repoit of tho committee
Honorable V. O. Smith.
President of tho Senate.
Your committee on judiciary to
whom was referred Senato Concur
ront Resolution No. D introduced by
Senator Coollm has had tho sumo
under careful consideration and beg
leave to report us follows:
Tho resolution in substnnca Is
tho samo as Sennto Hill No. GO in
troduced during the regular session
of this Legislature, which, on tho
recommendation of this committee,
wns tabled, ami Senate Joint Reso
lution No. 2 wns Intioduced and
(Continued on Page 2)
The Canned Pineapples
That Made a "Hit"
At Seattle Fair
We have just closed a big deal by
reason of which we are enabled to
deliver BY EXPRESS, free of all
a case of one-half dozen tins high
est grade Hawaiian pineapple AT
ANY WELLS FARQO EXPRESS OF
FICE IN THE UNITED STATES.
Just think what an annronriate
holiday gift a case of this luscious
fruit will make!
jriace your orders with us as
early as possible. Shipment will be
made by any steamer that you may
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15
lly concurring in tho amendment
mndo by tho Senato to the resnlu- i
Hon embodying the Oigaiilc Act '
amendments, tho Houso of Hepiesen
tatlves practically concluded 11b lis-1
bora this morning.
Cohen's untl-prohibltlon resolu
tion passed with flying colors, only
two dissenting votes being record
ed, those of Sheldon and Nukalckn
Cohen supported his resolution In
it stiung speech which pointed out
tho fallacy of allowing Wolloy tn
proceed with his campaign nt Wash
ington under tho prctenso that
he was representing the sentiment
of tho people of Hawaii. Cohen's
point that tho enactment of a Fed
ora 1 prohibitory Inw for Hawaii
would simply stamp Iho Terrltorj
ns unublo or unlit to .regulate lis In
ternal affairs, wus Indorsed by a
number of Houso members In sup
Upon the convening of tho Houso
of Representatives this morning,
Representative Sheldon, chnlrman of
the rules committee, Introduced a
resolution Hint It wus tho sense of
tho Houso that no bill would he con
sidered by tho House dealing with
matters foreign to the cnuso for the
proclaiming of tho special session
proposed amendments to the Organ
Sheldon moved for tho ndoption of
his resolution, seconded by Furtado.
Tho resolution read: "Resolved
by tho Houso of Representatives of
the Tenllury of Hawaii In special
hcsslon thnt they will not, consider
hills not connected with the call or
tho Governor by proclamation, ami
that bills that may bo Introduced or
may be sent from tho Senato shall
bo tnblcd without debate.
long moved for tho postponement
of consideration of tho resolution,
stating that tho adoption of tho reso
lution "would bo a direct slap at tho
Senate," stating thnt yesterday tho
Senate had adopted a resolution, that
It would not consider any bills other
than thnso already Introduced.
Speaker Holstelu observed that tho
House had no oITlctal cognlzanco of
what had been done in tho Senato,
nddlng that tho resolution introduced
by Sheldon was of a highly nrlvllcced
chnracter, affecting tho rules and pro-
L-i-uiiro oi ino Mouse.
Douthllt then offered an oral amend
ment under a suspension of tho rules,
to tho effoct "that It is the senso of
this Houso that no bills other than
those affecting tho amendments tn tho
Organic Act will bo considered by
this Houso, excepting bills providing
ior mo expenses or tho special ses
sion of 1909."
Tlio amended motion wns adopted
with a unanimous voto, tho appropria
tion bills of tho expenses of tho Son
nto and Houso for tho spccinl session
woro then passed on second rcadng.
Hoprcsontatlvo Cohen's antl-prohi-bltlon
resolution was then taken up
and after Its reading by Clork Wood
ward, Representative Cohen spoko In
support of his resolution.
Ho declared that vhen any man or
set of mon go to Washington with tho
Idea of securing prohibition leglsla-
(Continued on Page 4) .
Tomorrow nftornoon nt 2 o'clock Is
Iho tlmn sot for tho Hazaar tn ho giv
en' on the Central Union church inwn.
Thoro will bo on sale dolls prettily
dressed, fancy articles sultablo for
Xnuis gifts, curios, children's clothes,
bosldes candy and other gnod things
to eat. Coma and buy rmr Christmas
presents. I'llces reasonable Aiimiu.
slnn tn tho grounds 25 cents for adults
nnd 10c for children.
Big Ship;CrosbyMayNew Telephone
PORTSMOUTH. N. H.. Nov. 5.
The test of the great battleship
North Dakota is not'without its ser
During the endurance test a boil
er tube of the big ship blew out, in
juring four men in the fire room,
none, however, fatally.
The battleship maintained, a speed
of twenty-one knots for four hours,
and thus proved to be the speediest
of the sreat battleships of the world.
Thrco million' six
forty thousand nnd
dollars Is the value ot tho C. M.
Cooko estate as placed ti) the ap
praisers recently appointed by the
Tho pilnclpal holding ot Mr.
Cooke was 2,100 sh.iies of tho C. M
Cooke, Mil., par value 100. Tho
npprnlscrs place tho value of each
shine ut ?I,M7.
Absorbed by curiosity to secure
tograplis of Diamond Head uud tho
batter) approach, threo Jupaneso with
a camera climbed to what they
thought nn unobserved position on tho
hillside, mid began taking pictures of
tho works. They underestimated tho
watchfulness of Undo Ham's guards
who a ro posted at regular Intervals
around the battery. Tho word wus
passed by n sentinel to Major Crco
that photographers wcro getting In
their work on tho reservation, anil
then something happened.
A guard of several soldiers was
quickly ordered, and tlio Major des
patched them under commau'd of n
lieutenant tu capture tho poachers.
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923 Fort Street
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. S. Oscar
Crosby of Virginia is being men
tioned today as the probable ap
pointee to the post of Ambassador
to China made vacant by the sensa
tional resignation of Charles R.
Oscar Terry Crosby Is given In
Who's Who ns an electrical engi
neer nnd cxplortr born III l'onchn
touln, Mi., April 21, 1801. He
grndutcd from West Point in 1882
and married Jcnnno lloullgny ot
New Orleans. Resigned from tho
army ns first lieutenant of engi
neers In 1887 nnd was genera! su
perintendent of tho Sprngue Ktcc
trie Ry. & Motor Company and gen
eral manager inllway department of
Hid General Klectrlc Company. Kx
plored portions of Ab)sslnla and
bouilnn In 1900 and portions of Ti
bet ami Turkestan In 1903. Ho Is
tho nuthoi- of several works on AT
rlca and Asia. '
FRAHINOHAH, Mass., Nov. 5.
This city town treasurer was indict
ed by the grand jury today on the
charge of forgery. His accounts are
who-.This wan ilonn with npnlnoM nn.l nine.
rlty that took away the breath of tho
Orientals. Their camera was conns-
cated, and they wcro marched to the
guard house, where they arc detained
lieudlng investigation. Tho films tak
en will bo developed and printed to
nnd nut Jm.t what photographs have
been taken of the big battery. It Is
not thought possible by tho offlcors
that any Important pictures have been
secured, although it was rumored that
tho men succeeded In getting some Im
portant vlows from tho insldo. This
could scarcely bo accomplished how
ever with tho strict guard maintained
at Diamond Head, Tho Japanese took
n great risk In oven taking pictures
on tho'rocervatlon. as thoy might havo
been shot by tho guards. Another re
port has It that ono of tho sontlnols
passed tho men insldo for a time suf
ficient In tuko snmo vlows. This Is
emphatically denied ns It Is said tho
sentry system would prevent anything
of this kind.
(Snccial Bulletin Cable.)
T0L0N0, 111., Nov. 5. A mail
, pouch containing $25,000 in money .
orders was stolen at this place to
day. There is no trace of the rob-!
I A, It Traphngon, thn San Kranclsco
Uilrt and collar man, has completed a
tour of tho Islands nnd Is returning to
thu const b tho Manchuria.
"Fifth proposition Tlio Hoard and
tho Mutual Telephone Cimp.in to
enter Into nn cntlrel) new ngiiemeiil
whereby the Hoard shall pay thu com
pany IB cents per duct foot In place,
for such lengths as may be desired.
tho CUV and County to lmc the right
to a duct In future extensions at the
rate of 'IT. cents pec lineal foot In
place. Tho Hoard further tu repeal
that ixirtluii of tho ordinance requiring
the furnishing of n freo duct by tho
rompnnyv and tn exempt tho company
Irom tho pajment or permit roes under
tho ordinance fur n period of one J ear
Such was tho proposal made by tho
committee which met nt noon tudny
In tho City hall.
The nbovo communication will bo
forwarded tn the Mutual Telephone
Co. this afternoon, and no further ac
tion will be taken In tlio matter till a
reply Is received from thnt lurpora
- Cin For
SAVANNAH, Qa., Nov. 5. First
notes of the second term campaign
for President Taft were heard here
today, when the President was
greeted by the crowd with cries in
favor of a second term.
The President spent the night in
the city, his train leaving for
Charleston shortly after 1 o'clock.
CAPETOWN, South Africa, Nov.
S. Wreckage was washed ashore
here today carrying the tale of a
great disaster at sea. From all in
dications the wreckage comes from
the steamer Waratah.
The Pacific Mall liner Manchuria
from Hongkong nnd Jupaneso ports
was sighted off ilarhcr's I'olnt at 2
o'clock this afternoon. The vessel
is oxpectod to com'o up to the Huck-
fcld wharf about 4 o'clock. Ilark-
feld & Company expect to dispatch
the vessel for Bsn rrnriclscu between
9 and 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
For those who want com
fort and dependable wear
coupled with that satisfied
feeling of having a shoe cor
rect in every way.
Sold exclusively at
A proposal nhh.li was embodied In
n letter recilvul yeslenlav finni the)
Mutual Telephone' t'n turned
down by the Ho.ud It was In roply.
to the four proimi-ltlons that wero seiiti.
to thu Telephone eople. which woroj
nnlillshed before- and specially refers
tn clnuic two which speaks of permit!
Chinee 2 wns t the ITi et lint tlio'-."
Hoard pa) the rnmp-ili) 15 cents per
duct foot In pliue. nnd the lonipuityt.
tint to bo exempt from penult r-es. 1113
renll- lo that the Tclephnno conipanjf.5
want a modification of tho Hoard'H!
tirntmidtlnn. allowing them In wnlvoS
the fies for the ivenlv-ieven .mjiib ot j
Iho agreement nnd In allow Ilium tn
mil nn n i-ifli (Icliolt instead of t.
IlIlK.I ' i
The committee which met todny.V?
declined the inminms prnLiisltlnn,.
and mndn the new our which Is J
pi Intrd above
MANILA, Nov. 5. Elections
held throughout the Philippines
give returns to the Assembly of six
tv Nationalists, fifteen Progressives
and five Indenendents. This repre
sents a gain for the National party.
Four of the governors elected in tho
provinces stood on a platform de
manding immediate indccndcncc of
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 5. Reports
received here by the Marine" Hospi
tal service show that cholera has
snread from Russia and has invaded
Germany, The greatest care will
be taken against the introduction to
this country through the routes of
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5.
James F. Morgan, president of the
Honolulu Chamber of ' Commerce,
was tendered a luncheon today by
the members of the California Pro
Tho Manchuria wns reported oft
nariiers i'olnt nt 2 o'clock.
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