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RESOLUTION ON THE
Full Text Received From
'The fijelegate To
FMtf If ULLiT
If EXPRESSLY STATEI
McCJaUaa TlkvlsWoUiite' AMok-
tic fill Prtteftted at Uit
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A complete copy of the prohibi
tion election resolution Introduced
In the Bwtti by Senator Depew of
$ew fork, was, 'received by Govern
or Frear thli morning trom Delegate
Kuhlo. f he .resolution In the form
received by Governor Frear give the
date of the special election ui July
$6, but, a wn published In the
Bulletin in ,a epeclal cable from
Its Washington correspondent, the
date has been changed t6 July 6.
The resolution clear up all doubt
ns to tho means to be employed In
determining the sentiment ot the
people of the Territory on the ques
tion of prohibition, and gives the
details of the simple form ot ballot
mat is to uo uneu.
The resolution In Its entirety
reads as follow:
"llesolved, by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of America In Con
gress assembled, ,
''That the Governor ot the Terri
tory ot Hawaii be, and he Is hereby,
authorised and directed to call .
special election, by the legally qual
ified electors now registered In that
Territory, for the purpose of sub
mitting to the elector the quesMon
ot Instructing the Legislature to
enact a law prohibiting the manu
facture and sale of Intoxicating liq
uors In the Terrltory-of Hawaii.
"Said special election shall be
held on Tuesday, the 26th (amend
ed to the 6th), day ot July, 1910,
and said question shall be submit
ted to tho roters In the following
'"Shall the Legislature to bo
elected In November, 1910, be In
structed to pass, at its first regulir
session, a law prohibiting the man
ufacture or sale within the Terri
tory ot Haw< ot Intoxicating, spir
ituous, vinous and malt liquors ex
cept tor medicinal and scientific pur
"Said question shall be printed 'on
the ballot In the English language
and Immediately following It shall
be' a translation of It In the Hawai
ian language; below' this In laror
type Bhall , be printed the word
'Yea with its Hawaiian translation,
and opposite to those two bracketed
words shall be a square space for
tho marking of a cross; below that,
In similar type, shall be the word
'No,' with Its Hawaiian translation
bracketed, and opposite to them a
similar square ruled for marking
The ballot shall also contain the fol
lowing Instruction In both the Eng
lish and Hawaiian language:
"'Vote by marking a cross u'ler
the word "Yes" or "No." '
"Said special election shall be
carried on under the general elec
tion laws ot the Territory of Ha
waii; but the Territorial commlmo
ot chairmen and their local commit
tees and chairmen In charge of the
campaign for and against the piop
rmltlon herein submitted, may each
appoint two electors as challengers
Bulletin Special ' Correspondence
WASHINGTON, MARCH 2The bill
carrying the amendments to the Organic
Act of the Territory1 of Hawaii passed
the Senate this afternoon.
Owing to the opposition developed, the
section providing for loans to settlers
was struck out.
The increase in the salaries of the
members of the Territorial Legislature
was allowed, the item passing at six
hundred .dollars. Increases were also
made in the sanesof .iJie bfrlceravniiid
by the Federal lemrnem-liutliie M
were-not passed at
in the original bilL
The provision for loans tr cottiers was the -feature that, was
brought Into the special session of the Legislature by Representative
Castro. The idea was to not only , give the settlers land, but also
provide funds to carry them through the period ot their struggle to
get their lands developed as a source of profit. '
Kuhio Brings Woolley
Up With Short Turn
Senator Depew's Suggestion Of Home
Rule Quickly .Followed Up
WA8HINOTON,r Feb. 1G. The
action of the Benato Committee on
Pacific Islands and Porto Rico In
abandoning the bill tor prohibition for
Hawaii, and agreeing to tho Introduc
tion ot a Joint resolution leaving the
matter to a voto of the people ot Ha
waii, Is looked upon here as one of the
most Important things that has trans
pired In Congress affecting Hawaii
since tho acquisition of tho Islands.
It establishes a precedent that In mat
ters ot domestic concern the Islands
are to have home rule. It now seems
pretty cortaln that tho joint resolu
tion will pass, and that the quos-
tlon will bo submlttod to the peoplo
ot Hawaii next November.
Senator Depew informally suggest-
ed that tho people ot Hawaii should
decide tho matter, and the Delegato
Bolted upon tne suggestion and at the'
and watchers for each voting! pre
cinct, who shalNhave such powers
and be subject to such limitations
as are conferred by the existing Ter
ritorial election laws upon similar
representatives ot political parties
or candidates and for defraying tho
necessary expenses ot such special
election, the sum ot $10,000 Is here
by appropriated out of any funds In
the Treasury not otherwise appropri
ated, the same to be paid out upon
vouchers duly approved by the Sec
retary of the Territory of Hawaii.
Tho MorchanU' Association has
Just received a lottor from Mr. Geo.
13, McClellan', secretary to tho dele
gato to congress, In answer to the
cablegram sent by tho Merchants' As
sociation of this city In regard tn tho
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tne ngutes named
close of the hearing. aroBe and chat
lenged John G. Woolley, representing
the Antl-Ssloou League ot Hawaii, to
submt ,t to a popular voto. Mr.
Woolley was somewhat taken' off his
feet by the suggestion, and asked:
"Will you support a resolution In
the House leaving It to a voteT"
Tho dojegato responded that he
would gladly do so and then Senator
Warner of Missouri, a member of tho
committee, amid considerable laugh
Why didn't some one suggest .this
thing a couple of hours ago?'
Uesldos Mr. Woolley, and the dele
gate, A, J, Dinwiddle, representing
the national temperance organisations.
spoke on tho Curtis bill, and also Mr.
Mccieiian, the delegates secretary.
Senator Curtis briefly addressed tho
Messages for people In Ho
nolulu were transmitted from
the steamship Minnesota,
bound from Yokohama to Se
attle, last evening through
the wireless station at Ka
huku. The big Northern Pacific
liner reported her position as
1600 miles north of Hono
lulu, and 84 C miles from
Seattle, expecting to arrlvo
at Seattle I'riduy afternoon
at I o'clock.
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"For Sale" sard at Bulletin.
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Claudius II. Mcllrldc, secretary to
uorernor fTear, -s uooxeu 10 leave
on the transport Thomas on Satur
day. McDrldfc states that his de
parture for the Coast I due to per
gonal business matters that' require
bis Immediate attention. '
Mctlrlde sloes not state that he
has resigned his 'position as secre-'
tary to Governor Krear, snd sas
that while there I n notulhllltv. thnt
his business affairs will prevent his
return to the Terrltorj, there Is nrt
equally strong probability that he
return to Hawaii In the near
OGDEK, Utah. Mar. 8. Reports'
or washout on the railroads are
constantly coming in, audita re
pair King are unable to make touch
headway. Trains are still stalled.
ONE THROUGH LINE.
SAN FRANCISCO. Mar.r 2. The
storm Still holds the West and Mid
dle West completely in. its grip. To
day the Southern Pacific is the only
transcontinental line that is able to
pat its trains through.
OHIO SPREADS MISERY,
CLEVELAND, 0.Mar. 2. Floods
from the swollen waters of the Ohio
have rendered thousands along the
banks of the river homeless, and a
most pitiful condition prevails in
many sections. Whole towns are im
periled by the rising waters.
RED CROSS GIVES AID.
WASHINGTON, D. d, Mar. 2.
The National Red drew has taken
steps to render aid to tne suffering
families in the flooded districts of
the Ohio river valley and in New
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 2. Beets:
88 analysis, 14s. 41-3d.; parity,
6.06o. Previous quotation, 14s. 3d.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Mar. 2.
The Senate, today passed the bill pro
I viding ,for the issuance" of thirty
millions of government bonds to pro
'vide funds for the Federal irriga
WASHINGTON. D. C. Mar. 2.
,. Senator Jeff Davis of Arkansas fail-
u ed to secure the favor of the Senate'
todav on a matter connected with
II one of his reckless assertions. The
Senator asked that the privilege be
,, given him to strike from the Con -
eressional Record h's statement that
he-would receive a fee if a bill he
aavocaiea passcu. inis privilege was
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WASHINGTON, D. 0., Mar. 2. A
bill wu introduced in the Senate
today providing for the incorpora
tion of John D. Rockefeller's for
tune for philanthropic purposes. This
schem involves Rockefeller's nlan
for disposing of his great wealth.
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PARIS. Mar. 2. Waters of the
Seine river began to rise today, and
fear is renewed of further disaster
EVERETT, Wash., Mar. 2. Forty
peoole are dead as a result of the
wrecking of the Northern Pacifio
train by a landslide yesterday. The
work of rescue is proceeding with
all possiDle despatch.
WRECK ON NORTHERN.
SPOKANE, Wash. Mar. 2. The
Great Northern Limited, one of the
finest trains on the northern routes,
was wrecked near here today. The
train was'burned, and two lives were
HOLT ACTS AS
Saves Life Of Japanese
Baby By Art Of ,
Christ Holt, the city meat Inspec
tor, whllo visiting tho Japanese colony
this morning discovered a partly
drowned Japanese girl, and, acting the
good Samaritan, ho saved tho little
ono from what mli.ht liavo been a fatal
accident. The child was a year old.
It appears thnt tho youngster who
was sitting on an elevated floor near
a pool ot water, In tho roar of a res
taurant, belonging to M. Tudu on Nu
aim street, had gone to sleep, when sho
fell Into tho water. While, tho mother
was busy In tho kltMien. sho was
alarmed b tho distressed cry ot her
Hushing (o tho placo where her
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tt "The Ilaw Sugar market Is ery tt
it strong. Wo cabled nu estorday tt
tt Informing you of sales at 4,23. tt
tt This Is about six dollurs a ton tt
tt more than tho aierago prlco dur- tt
U Ing 1909. Wo sen no reason to U
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.tt nmr."-nnian rmm E.iw. Poi.tt
lltz Co.'s letter tn the Henry tt
n waterhouse Tmst Co. tt
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m " k w n n u w m n w n n n n
yitA messages, fiom the Ma-
ku. received last night, report her
as nop miles from this port, and
she wlllnrrhe here patur(ln,y, from
New Arrivals Camp
Many Demands-Big Conference
A hurried conference was called ilils
morning In' tho offlco of. Governor
near and nucnuon uv a nuuiuor m
sugar nlantcrs and members of the
Territorial board of Immigration. Shor-'
in Jarrctt was also present at ins lam oa uti accvuni in rain or iuuiii.i)s;
conference and upon ItstoncluMon ttiO(t!mt the plantations ciro for tho turn
Sheriff set off to make an effort tn,lllvs of .ill the nun unalilo tn work bo
nrevnll noon tho recalcitrant subjects iC.nua of sickness or other cauti: that t
of the Cxnr to moo from tho Hlshup
wharf where thoy ero plnco tcinpor-
arlly, to the-Channel wharf.
A number of the Russlnns refused When tho poKcsimu got 'to tins
absolutely this morning to go to tho point Mr., Mind OqlloJ u hilt In need
plantations, declaring that they In- less conversation. H6 tol tho Imml
tended to remain In Honolulu. The grants that the plantations uo'ild fur
complexity of the situation resulted ln,nlth theiA with tiiiiplnini'iit at $22 a
the hurry call for tho confcrcn.o with month for men, nlso ijuplojincnt for
tho Governor. ntli women umi children: with this
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tUshon. J. P. Cooke 1? IlWodchti i u
E. Aj, Mott Smith, and Sheriff Jaivoit. rii Iii ftoo fuel, wator and medical
ifcrlftitaojs otUhi-ailustloinwds' attendants v iVtti'X '
discussed, m Innnth'and' resulteu" inly If they w If lie J to accept thla em-,
the decision to have 'Sheriff' Jarrctt' p'onient en theso tonus, tho) could
supervise an. attempted removal of the' go to tho planters' Immigration shod
Russians to tho Channel wharf this
The latest rtuaatan Immigrants oc
cupied Uie!l time while In quarantine
with draw lug up a list of demands on
the plantfrs's association. Judging from
the list they fired at Labor Agent
Mead yesterday afternoon.
When tho Immigrants arrived from
tho quarantine Island tho) wcro met
by Mr. Mead and Mr. Uabbltt of tho
Pi-inters' Labor Ilureau. i
Tho Ilusslans snoko first, or at least
one of their number who appears to bo
tho sixXtcsmnn started In to read u
llrt lF thn flitnffft tlipv- wnnlpd.
Mr. Mead told the party that work
as vvolrrtlo for them on tho plantu-
iions ii mey wnnieu it, moimn uiey
aro of course free to go whero they
please having como hero under tho
nilatilrna nt tlm Trrllnrlnl llrinr.l. nf
Auto Speeders Ask
For Week's Delay
Judge Will See To
Fiasco Is Not Repeated Delay
Tliu first night at the an "auto
show" or tho arrival of on oxluihIoii
steamer with soven hundred tourists
uoi.1,1 .! limn il.ituh ..,,( .. In.., m n.
moro representatives crowd of auto
mobile owners, chauffeurs nnd livery
men than did tho brief but extremely
animated session at district court this
It Is safe to predict that between
tho hours of nine and ten this morn
ing thero were might) few violations
of tho existing speed ordlnnces fur
tho simple reason thut tho town was
stagnant with "dead automobiles" ow
ing to tho fact that their opcr.itois
wero Interested spectators nt tho little
matinee presided over by Judge An-!
Contrary to expectations, tho largo
percentage at local auto owners nnd
chuuffcurB who wcro placed under nr-
rost on Monday charged with running
their respect-lvo machliiu faster than
the law allows, pled not guilty. I
W, fi. Young, whoso nauio led the)'
lUt of thlrt) flvo, was first nrrnlgued
unci upon ins pica or not gumy, At
torney I'cters announced to tho curt
that ho appeared In behalf of tho de
fendant nnd nlso for n largo number
of ullegcd violators of tho speed nrdlti
unco among whom were Included: C.
L. Wight, Manuel Jtils, A. V. Stevens,
H. L Ken. frank Hnvvoa; J. L Flem
ing. i:. I. Wilson, C. O. Unrtlett, Q. J.
Schbenlng, H. K. llodgo, Ocorgo li.
Wells, Warren Ilenfoid, Joo Clark, J,
TIiIk inhnnte wu bird!? madot;
when Ufa Kusrlsn upokumiin bigmjj
iu ri 111 n uai oi inu iiuni uvmuuucu. t
Tlo atVod that tin-, rlanlitlons pay W
full time lor tho iljys, llio men ftro
the plantitbms fitrnlhli the lalrarcru
rroo of rbarb: Hunts ror llie linuses,
nlt.n stints beijs, chairs end tablet.
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l.i.. tlcnl land fo. vegetables and a
where they would be fed and cared for
without oiemo nmn such time1 an. n,
steamer la available Iu tnko them to
the other lmnd.3. It was up to thorn.
The Immediate, result was thrt they
did not acropt aiid proceeded to camp
out on the grounds- In the ltlnlty
mid on tho Illsiio, uliarf. Th" womvn
and children are, liavlns n Utj tin
comfort.tblo time of It necosb.irlly but
It Is tnllrelr up td them us to what
the) shall do.
Kludlv attention hud already been
rhonn thesu mould by tho ronrctenta-
lives of U phmlt.; who employed u
nlivsclau tn euro . for nil tho lick
ntiu nf tlm unrtv Hnnt two rlill '
dim to tlm children's hoipltnl,,)
ono wnmnu to tho Maternity Uonie,
inn ouo wuuinu 10 tno Miirvn s una-
pltnl lor n vcrv ntcossar) operation,
All tlio pcoj !p wtrij fed nnd cured for
nt thn ? 1 itll..ra 4 ill na.i fni tllroa ,1nu
Now they ara bhirtliig for thcmr-tlvus. ?"
It That Lewis Case
It. I'earco. A. Itodrlgnos A. J. aondll
zalos. JrO l.eal. M. K. ltlili.irds. P.. W.v
Ariustroug. Charles McW.inu, nnd J.,!!
A. McCnudless, l
Altormtv l'ntnra liiovfil flip innnt 'r
time In which to prcparu thu cusu for''
trial and Miggeated that tho nutlor.
go over for n week. 1'rosocutlng AlO"
i"int; iiiunti inn ,tti iunu iij KMIU',
li' fa. tlm .i-ititfiull I..,, n.ul T,..!.... A...
If ... II, v ,i'l,..cili MII11 H1IIIHU dH k:
clrmli) ilcclnud hlnifelf ns muchly op-jri
imstd to unntcossar) delily. Tito'.
court further ktuttd that ho did not
propose to have the xMrlinco in tho
Low Is caso rvpeakMl In bis court ami
therefore he would not slutnl fur nny
fuollshncss upon thu put ot loiisuI
lor tno ii( remiiints.
Tho motion for u weeks coutlnu- -nnco
was denied nnd Judge Andrudu
set tho cases fur next Tuesday morn'
Attorney Peters continued to object
Insisting ,111111 lil-t clients wero busy
men nnd In this connection nuked that
tliuj be cxuiDid from utteudnnco nt
court until tho trial hml been con
cluded and tho court was ic.idy for
delivering Mmleucc. This concession
was finally grantel nnd Peters who
innriihentH mirthlrti imtnlKltt will Ink nl
given u bll ot particulars In cacli
miurui'- vieurKu iiuvB men uiosqb
and nnnouiKcil that ho rcpicseutedf
I'HUI 1711111111(1 huu uiso J. i, itico.iiteitji
ngreed to (ho sattio coiittiiuntico nSlnT
iiiu tuner t'uoes mm menu ueicutinnU
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