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Bulletin
From San Francisco:-
Manchuria .Jan, 29
For San Francisco:
.Mongolia .'..Jan, 2D
From Vancouver: -
' Aornngl Feb. 6
With the advent of Spring, activi
ties in business will come to each
merchant, to each man who is con
ducting a business, the opportunity
to say a lone good-bye to hard times,
or to din? to them a little longer.
THE BULLETIN LEADS TO
Mj V H
Vnr VnnennvAr, "N
A Full Share of Business cannot be had without the BULLETIN'S help
Moana ..Feb. 3
3:30 EDITION
BUSINESS PROSPERITY.
VOL. XI. NO. 4222.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU,- TERRHORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS,
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DISPUTED CITY WARRANTS
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TO COURT
COASTWISE SUSPENSION BILL HELD UP
Baggerley Writes of Travels
. Of Baseball Champions
Have Had Great Trip
'And All Go Home
Happy
THEIR STAY IN MANILA
AND .TRIP TO CANTON
Games They Played and What Was
Done Mike Fisher Looking
to Australia A Trip
to Old Canton
BY H. L. BAGGERLEY
(Special Correspondent of the San
Francisco Bulletin with the All
American ClilbX.
After li tour of 15, 000 miles
licach's All-Amciluin ll.isoh.ill Club
arrived today on tbo Mongolia. Tliuro
Is a short soilea scheduled with tho
local flub, iilirr wblcli tho tourists
will renew their, Jotiruc). The All
Americans will leturn liuniu on I lie
Teuyo Mum, which is iluo ul Sum
I'ranelsco on Teh. lit, anil while tho,
Oriental trip him been ilellghtrul in
ccry respect, tl.o player will bIiu'I
mi tc.iru when tho) eatch a gllmpsu
of the gknlntis Col'len (late. Wo
railed front Manila on Jnn, r.th arffl
tix weeks will pass beforo complet
ing our Journey home. Ik It surpris
ing that tho playerH aic noxiously
looking ahead to their houiowniit re
turn? If over a baseball elub hail n sur
feit of travel tit Ih oho baa. Only one
( lull tho famous Hpuldlugs, who
toured tho worlil In the eighties
have seen tin much of this mundane,
sphere. 1 can nay without fear of
loittr.idtetlon that tho trip ban heen
i.n uinimiliried success and I'rtimotcrH
I'Islior and Woods ntn entitled to a'l
I ho glory. 1'ioin a financial point
of view it lias been successful. Mon
ey 'Iihb been inittlq not a mint of
money, but enough to remuuerato tho
(ittcrprlsing promote! h for their la
bor and loan of time. Tho expenses
have been heavy. lintels In tho Orl-
tit hnmv how to cbarRo. Willi'
their service may not lie up to date,
they liuvti tho fiieulty of making your
li 1 1 1b quite ns largo us you anticipat
ed. When a baseball mamiRcr Is
.tarrying twcUo liunRty athletes ho
can rent assured that his IiIIIh will be
sufficiently Kteop. Hut tho btrRo at
tendance Iiiik cnnhled tbo manage
ment to meet their obligations and
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KUHIO WAITS ON CITY SAURY TEST
COASTWISE LAW. CASE NOW STARTED
Meanwhiife He Is Working
For Ship Subsidy
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leave a neat bal.uito nit
tildo of tbo ledger. In'vlcw of tbo
fact that .Miinagor I'lshcr In already
turning bin eyes toward Australia Tor
next winter, ultoiild Indicate. that the
prerout trip hits not been u fallme.
Wbllo money inalies tho maro go.
money fordid money Is not tbo
only element to bn considered. Tho
AII-AmcrlcaitH have done bomo noble
missionary work. They hnvo made
Ktore of convortK to our national
Riime. It wmiltl bo a Kreat thing If
a team could tour tbo Orient annual
ly. Interest In biiHebnll would In
tensify Willi every visit. Japan h.u
caught the spirit, ami will weleomo
with open arms any and nil embassa
dors of tiiirjintliinnl game.
IJpiri tiur"iecoitlnn at tbo hunjK
of tho liaMiliall fans of Manila 1 dwelt
In provlous letters. Our farowcll Is
another story Wo "Mulshed tho sea
son" by playing twelve Raines, los
ing two and winning ten. Tlieio
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BILL DEVEREAUJ
tho right fworo two bencllt games for tbo play
ers anil ten for tho management. In
addition to thefo tho players wore
tendered a bencllt by tho only tbe
ater at Manila Just before tbo club
sailed away. In this way tho playerH
rfcKcd up cihiurIi pocbet-nionoy to
CONSTRICTIVE CKITICISM
ON OKOANIC ACT AMENDMENTS
ProirreM of Work for Territory at,
national' capital Kcclamation
Bill Also Has Some
Difficulties
IMItor K v o ii I n r II u I I r t I ii :
After conferring with our friends
here at tbo Capitol, I have asked tho
Hcnato Committee on Commerce to
hold my coxitwlso suspension bill
without further action for the pres
eat Meantime we nro duliiR nil u'.
can to assist tbc movement to secure
passaRo of tho mall subsidy bill mow
prndiiiR.
In view of the divided, sentiment In
Honolulu on thn nuesllnn of kpcelul
thlpplng prlvlloRrs, 1 hesitate to
press my bill fur passage even If thn
subsidy incasur tjioulrl fall.
winio i wovg,r-naru lor tnu leg-
Auditor issues Warrants;
Trent Refuses To
Pay Some
MtNDAMUS PROCEEDINGS
TIDAL WAVE FAKE
MADRID, Spain, Jan. 30. Tho sensational report of earthquake,
and tidal wave in Spain is not true. There was a tlicht shock nt To
lona, but no serious damage.
NO ALIEN LAE
pinnnrrttqin n-lir T. on TU. l,Allnt Pnt,tHAi nt 41m
WUW OtinU rntrAKtU Assembly has decided to report favorably on the bill which prohibits nny
nncn irom noiuinc tana in me sunt ot auiuuun,
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jslntlun .t tin ,. H-bSl(i: when (x
lrossinnth(r iiuhllu Hontlnrni nt Ho-
tWllltllt lIFAPn limnHflnllu o.hhI I.. ""T
: ir. . . ""' "' Ithlr -rvlce uptll January IB. he hv
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Treasurer Pays All Warrants Issued
Except Those in Cases Where
There Is Disoute
by Mayor
Auditor illcknell today h.sued City
and County salary warrants.
Treasurer Trent refused to pay tho
warrants of men whou rlsht to hold
their positions Is in dispute.
Tho City Attorney is preparing man
thunim proceedings against tbo Treas
urer Tho long awaited Issuo between tho
DemocralH ami tho KcpiihllraUH in the
City mid County fight has finally been
brought up squaiely, and fno contest
wblcli will let (he courts decide tho
burning questions which have arisen
between tho .Mayor and the Hoard of
Hupervisors, is now started.
Tho Auditor this rnotn.in, mi tho
Hiivlco of tbo City AIoruvyr .Issued
warrants for nll'lbo City employes for
This Stock King
Fraud
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 30.
Frank Diet, secretary of the Belcher
Mining Company, is accused of issu
inn $22,500. worth of fraudulent
stock.
James
Won
A Man's Taste
IN DRESS MEANS A
GREAT DEAL. It isn't
the PRICE of the fab
ric that counts, so
much as the quality o!
tailoring- and the "col
or scheme" of tho pat
tern. You may depend on'
it that
BENJAMIN CLOTHES
nrs all that could be
tloired in both these
respects. That is what
made the house of Ben
jamin & Co. New
York's most popular
clothine; store that
nnd the high quality
of materials used in all
their clothes.
COME AND SEE OUR "BENJAMIN" CLOTHES.
cnt question to ask for special legis
lation when n considerable portion nf
tbc expressions of, public opinion uro
now opposed to tbo BtVp.
Ab matters now stand, I am dlspoy
cd to let the bill Ho-in committee un
less the community shall evidence u
fairly united dchlro to have furthor
efforts made to fiecuro Its passage.
Reclamation Sill
I have Introduced a bill for ex
tending the reclamation sorvlco to
Hawaii, and am now-arranging for a
hearing on tho same.
I shall endeavor to liavo Director
lants for the entire month, except In
tho case of tho fire department em
ployes, who goL warrants for tho full
month's services. A largo crowd of
employes swarmed Into the Auditor's
office and got their warrants,
Many of tho possessors of warrants
Issued by tho Auditor wero doomed to
meet with llsapiolntment when they
went to Treasurer Trent to havo them
cashed, Trent refusing to cash war
rants held by men whoso appointments
wero In dispute,
On answer lo n rcqu-st that hu state
his iMJsltlou In tbo matter of tho rcfus-
Newell appear boforo tho rommlttce . ng of tho payment of theso warrants,
,to show from his Btnndpolnl tbo Im-.Treasurer Trent mailo tho following
puruinso iiiue prrseius tit vmiia nun portnnco of having Hawaii sharo In 'btatement
Julian Tor their sisters nnd aweot- tho benefits of tho Hoclamallon Act. I "It Is v.lth very deep regrot that I
hearts at bomo. A word nboitt that of course tho obstaclo Is that In feel furcuil to refuso to pay some of
other game., the becond and only ono Hawaii tho proceeds of tho ptilillc I thu warrants drawn on" tho clly nnd
lost. It was tbo , Now Year's engage-.lands co to tho Territory Instead of 'county treasury In favor of iiersnni'
ment. I'm Klnhcrly limb tho badit t10 .-CIerai Government, but wo
melt to loso tho second as well as tho nhnll endeavor lo overcomo this oh
(Irst. Two games whro billed fori jPCtlon, It posslbto.
New Years, anil our players wero In ' Bivep j Trarhnr -riii
At this writing tho prospect for a
general river and harbor bill at this
poor condition to play. Attending
JlnKs nt tho clubs and "liolo lioM
ups" the previous night deprived
them of sleep. Tho morning gum?,
which was with it I'lilllpplno club,
loolc out what little ginger tho All-
session has become much poorer.
Senator Krjc, who Is chairman of tho
Senate committee handling theo
bills, hits this week announced his
Americans bad In stock. This wiwr,,,I)()st()n t passing n bill nt this
inooniygiimo wiin nnnuvo team anu. tini. nn, , 8nK , fUCnco
It was a bencllt. Though Micro wero
popular prltcs at tho gain and n I'll I
plno club on tbo Held, tho follower
of Agulnuldo gnvn llttlo support lln
unclully. Now Year's bolng u holi
day, tho natives divided their time
between tho cockpits and racetracks,
where thorn was gaiiihllng. If thoro
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PROMOTION WORK
can be aided in no more effective way
than by sending away a cratc of our
SELECTED Pineanoles.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE J5.
You Don't Know
at what moment you may
meet with an accident that
may incapacity to you from
vwork for months. '
' ' A policy in (he
STANDARD ACCIDENT
INS'. CO.
pays $25 per week while you
are totally incapacitated from
work, with many specfal ben
efits for -ermanent injury, at
an annual cost to you of $25,
Let us sec you about it.
Hawaiian
Tsfiit Pa
I Motoroyole
I Messengers
I
Our boys are provided with the swift
est means of locomotion! If you are
in a hurry for a messenger, call
I TERRITORIAL MESSENGER
SERVICE. PHONE 301,
Alio havo rendered sertlco to tho city
and county; nnd I cspoclully regret to
have to hold up warrants drawn on
behalf of tho largo number of road
men vho havo faithfully worked dur
ing tho month Just closing. I am awaro
of tbo fact that these men uru In Im
mediate need of tbo money for which
they have worked, and no ono Is more
anxious limn I to sco them got It at
tho earliest posslblo moment.
"And In rofuslng payment I want It
distinctly understood that I am not at
tempting to pasH Judgment on tho le
gality or illegality of tho acts of tbo
Mayor or tho Hoard of Supervisors. I
do not pretend to know which side Is
right or which shin Is wrong on tho
matters now In dispute, between them.
Ihtt I do know that there (s u section
In tho now Municipal Act (and which
was not In tbo old County Act) which
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HALL
MARK
rUE
i im-ma s
OP QUALITY,
STORM IN MIDDLE WEST
CHICAGO, m.. Jan. 30. Very
heavr lo'ss has 'been caused b" a
storm prevailing through the Middle
West.
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Jan. 30
King James won the Burns handicap
today
m i
SALUTE MOROCCO FLAO
Winthrop
Is Angry
TANGIER. Morocco, Jan. 30. -J
The United States battleships Gcorj-V
cia ar.d Nebraska saluted tho flag of v
the new Emperor of Morocco today, J
GOVERNOR'S AT-HOME
On Monday next, l-'eb. t. (Jinerno
i ami Mrs r'roar will be nt homo t
c-i.IIith In answer to Inquiry. It inn
I bo staled that cards or Invitation at
j never Issued, as these receptions nt
simply calling ilajs. whin stranger
us well as lowufolk are iimdo nt hnmi
at Arcadlu. Mis. Dunning mid Mrs
(Irlnb.ium will this tlmo receive with
Mrs Frear ami others who will as
sist are I'nptaln and Mrs. Moses, Mrs.
t Wi. Parks. Mrs. Tcnnoy l'oek, Mrs.
Win i Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Ilnr-
ly MncrurluiiK, Mr. and Mrs.
Atklnroii. Misses Ireno and
plans lor tho Honolulu Federal i l.'c oper. Mlra Helen Ilrown, l.leulcu-
building. , ant Chilton and Lieutenant Pardee,
IMItor K v o n I n g II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n
I also called nt tho TreuBiiry
Department In an endeavor to
havo action taken in regnrd lo
Hubert '
Isabel
Assistant Secretary Winthrop
.r was evidently piqued at tho block-
lug of tho silo I'xehango which bn
4 had favored, and ho said no dec I-
slon had been readied us to
whether or not thn department
f would call for competitive plans,
and no Immediate action was con-
template.!. -
t I tiball laki this matter up ill-
t reet with Secretaries Cortelyou
f and (inrflcld, nnd endeavor to so- -f
t euro action without regard to Mr.
Winthrop.
Very truly,
J. KAI.ANIANAOI.i:,
Delegate to Congress.
f Washington, Jan, 9, 'oa.
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SUGAR
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif., Jan. 20.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 10s.
2 l-4d. Parity, 4,14 cents. Previous
quotation, 101 3-4d.
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WOULD REVIVE THE
OLD ....fiOLANI LEAGUE. J
A meeting of tho ollk'crs and cap- iM
lulus of the old Kiiplohtui D.iBcbalK
I.eaguo In called for next Wednesday
ptcnltiK nt the liouo of .lohn !. Sylva,
comer ol McCully nnd llviotanla
streets. I
There will he no more fear nt
fiost. nnd thousands of dollnr-KwIll
bo saved tit Colorado fruitgrowers an
nually, If plana lonsldcred nt tho con
Million or tho State Hoard ot Horti
culture in Moutioio nro carried to
success Tile oicbardlstu lutvo do
clded to provide themselves with
"di chard heaters." These eousumo
cither co.il or oil, and nro so disposed
among the trees an to render barul
from frost Impossible.
185 editorial rooms 5G busl
nets olflce. Then aro the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
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