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verify this statement. Every mer
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A Good Store Thrives on Good Advertising In Honolulu It's the Bulletin
VOL. XI. NO. 4205.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1909. 8 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENT3.
BALLINGER S ORDER MAKES CURRY
HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL STOCK CUT UP
BRITISH SHIPS BID
American Officers And
l'lnmptly at 10 o'clock thin morn
Iiir the llrlllsli cruiser Flora, Cnp
tnlu Nugent, hacked out Into the
xtrcuin mill bonded for tint open cu,
preparatory In going to Hlto. Alio
wns followed by the Cambrian, Cup
The departure of the llrltlsh cruis
ers was witnessed by a large crowd
which Rathcrcd on the Naval wharf.
The Hawaiian Hand, ttudci- the lead
ership of Captain llcrgcr, and u de
tachment of marines from Camp
Very, were present at tho wharf nml
did honor to the departing llrltlsh
Captain Hcch, commandant of tho
Nnval Station, wan thorn also, and
exchanged farewell alohus with Cap
tain Nugent nnd Captain Lewes of
An soon as tho line of the cruis
ers were lootcned from the docks, the
Ilawallnn band played "(!od Havo the
King.' Tim ninrlnos on the warships
nnd the United Stales marine de
tachment stood .at attention and pre
sented arms. "Tho Hlar-Hpanglcd
llanncr ' wag also played nnd the of-
I Hawaiian Commercial i
! Shares $20 Each i
"The directors of the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. nn
March 10 voted to Increase the number or shares from 100, 00(1
of a par valuo of (100. each to 1 00,000 of a par value of JLTi.
"This will be duly presented at the annual stockholders'
meeting to be held April 1 1, and It Is expected that the stock In
its now form will bo ready for issuance both in San Francisco
and Honolulu nftlccH on April 19.
"Tho dividend nn the new stock will bo 20 cents per share,
exactly equivalent to 80c per share on the old stock."
This statement was given the II u I I n 1 1 n this noon by .!.
I. Cooke, manager of Alexander & llaldwln. It puts the Ha
waiian Commercial rumors straight, nnd is what the community
can depend upon in buying and selling this stock. This wns
nno of tho matters In willed Mr. St. Hoar of tho firm of I'ollltz
& Co. wus very much Interested while ho was In tho city.
The proposed action docs not change the capitalization, but
cuts It up so that small Investors can more easily purchase Tho
condition of tho plantation has never been bettor.
Wc give you the opportunity of having the world's
greatest Tailors make your suit to your measure from cloth
you select yourself,
Bre famous the world over for their stylish cut, their ex
clusive tastcfulness, and the fine quality of cloth that goes
into them. Stop in, and see some of them at
(WELL WAS NOT
Had No Connection
An artlclo appeared In the Hul
lo 1 1 n of Saturday connecting tho
name of Alexander Young with mi
artesian well which was said to havo
been for koiiio time connected with
the city water system.
It appears that Mr. Young lias no
connection whatever with this well,
cither by way of ownership or water
conncctloni). Tho well belongs to peo
ple In adjoining premises nnd Mr.
Young docs not uro tlio water nor
has hn had anything to do with It.
Tho II u I I n t i it deoply rcgreti
that. Mr. Young's name should havo
been associated with the well Inci
dent and volunteers nn apology to
him for the publication.
fleers nnd men of tho cruisers fnd
Naval Station stood at attention un
til tho last nolo was finished.
The cruisers will leave Illlo Wed
nesday morning at 10 o'clock for Aca
pnleo, Mexico, and Consul Horsier
will icturn to Honolulu, arriving
Saturday morning on tho Mnuua Kca,
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SPLIT WIDE OPEN;
Measure Is Introduced
That Will Cause
NEW SHOW BILL FINDS
A FA1 HER IN FUR r ADO
Dignity of Certain Touchy Members
Ruffled by Press Comment on
Their Actions Lower
Twenty-Eighth Day Mornlnn Session
The old leprosy wound Is ouco more I
broken wide open by a bill Introduced I
In the House this morning. The en-1
tiro question is rcoiKMicd by tho terms
of this bill and tho most hitter fight of
the session Is In prospect. Should thn
bill become n law, It would undoubted
ly mean Federal Interference and the
Inking over of the leper settlement by
the Federal tlovernmeuL
The bill wns fathered by Kantho.
Tho bill is cxticmcly. radical, the ef
fect of It being to overturn the entlnt
existing situation und make icgrega
tlou a name rather than a fact. The
main idea Is to put tho entire leprosy
question Into the hands of one phy
sician. If It wero to liecomo Inw,
no would hae tho last word In every
Instance, mid his nmnitri, would In
crease thousands nf Jmlaru )carly, If
Tho tlllo of the very uiigrammattc
'ally worded bill Is, "An Act prohibiting
llio segregation or any lepers to tho
leper settlement at Kalaupnpa, Mnlo
kal, before receiving treatment at tho
Kallhl receiving station hospital or
any otner hospital set up In the Terr
lory of Hawaii for tho Treatment of
Tho bill In full Is:
"All patients examined nml certified
by medical examiners that he or she
Is n leper shall havo tho privilege of
mo nso or a room in any or tho gov
ernment hospitals set aside for tho
treatment of leprosy; that is cither at
the Kallhl receiving station hospital.
Honolulu, or elsewhere In tho Terri
tory or Hawaii, for tho term or ono
your, befoie they uro finally dispatched
to tho lepur bcttlement at Kalaupapa
"All lopcr patients residing In nn
or tho hospitals as provided In tho pro
ceding soctlnn may have tlio privilege
of choosing their own medical man to
"All tlio expenses incurred for tho
care and maintenance und medical nt
lendunco for any and all Indigent len
cr patients at any of tho hospitals set
forth In section 1 of this bill shall
bo paid by the Hoard of Health from
tho funds set apart by tho Legislature
for tho enro and nialntenanco of leh
crs. ai mo request or uny Ioer pa
tient residing nt Kuliiupupa on Molo
kal, which request must bo made In
writing, that such patient or patients
wishes to return to any of tho hosnlt-
als set forth In section 1 of this bill,
tho Hoard of Health shall at onco
grant tho request after a flnul agree
ment Is made with tho physician whom
tho patient or patients havo arranged
to no the treatment ror thoni.
(Continued on Page 4)
Tho best time to make your
WILL is NOW.
The best way is to have usx
draw it up in proper legal
form without 'charge.
Twenty-Seventh Day Afternoon Set-
I Senator rtoblnson this afternoon In
troduced n bill, providing for the pay
ment of and fixing tho isto of Interest
iiKin all amounts due and payable to
the Territory or Hawaii and the sev
Lrnl counties thereof and declared de
linquent as taxes, rates and assess
ments upon persons, property nnd In
come, and abolishing all penalties foi
non-payment thereof. Referred to
Mooro's bill, making it unlawful for
any one to wear the badge adopted by
the national encampment or the (Irnnd
Army or tho Republic, was read ami
referred to tho I'rlntlna Committee.
The bill provides n fine of not In ex
ceed $20 or Imprisonment of a term
not to exceed twenty days.
There being no other business on
the President's dosk, the S-uinto ad
journed to allow tho members lo 1sll
the Archive budding nnd Kaplulanl
LARUE HAULOF ALLEGED
Tho All Kwnl homV on lleretnulii
street noar Muunn Ken wns rnlded
by a largo squud of pollen last even
ing. It has been suspected for miiiio
time that a gamo lias been running
In tho basement of the building. Thn
police on entering wero bewildered
nt tho number of trap doors nnd cs
capo panels prvtJed. Some of theso
were so narrow ll.it the burly ppllco
oftlcors hud luJid work to get
However, n fine Minn I was made.
Mid somo thirty-five Chinese woro
conveyed to tho pollco station. Tho
wholo lot were balled out on $10 per
capita bonds. Mnrkcd coin was used
in the ease, nnd much of it was re
covered In the loot. 'Die mob are
lo appear before Judge Andrado on
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
Mrs. Mnrklc, who confessed to ill
icctlng her son to steal copper wlro
from the Hapld Transit, was this
morning allowed to go under n sus
pended sentence of thirteen months.
Tho Itnpld Transit Company did not
wish to press the caso too hardly
against tho woman.
Thrco Jnpanoso were charged with
violating the Sunday law. It appears
Hint tho .laps were doing unneces
sary work. They wero fined $fi each
by Jlldgo Andrudc,
Vlggo Jarobsen's room at the Sea
man's Institute was entered somo
time on Suturday night. Tho intru
ders, however, got nothing of valuo.
Later on, It was discovered that n
neighbor had been robbed of a purse,
wntrh, and hunch of koys. Tho emp
ty purse was found on tho roof.
Five drunks who had celebrated
Marathon Day well bui not wisely,
worn handed out sentences which
ranged from $ I to twonty days' free
board. Jno. Davis was tho ono to
bo sent to Henry's Hotel,
Klght wooers of chance wero re
manded till Wednesday next, whon
thoy will faco tho music In company
with tho large bunch captured last
For the Finest Meals in Town,
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp fc Co.,
189 KING ST.
Upper Chamber Passes
Bill On Third
Industrial Home Asks 'Solons For
$6000. Subsidy for Institution.
Coelho Introduces Resolu
tion Confirm Titles
28th Day Morning Session
U ithout any discussion, and with
out n single opposing vote, House
Hill No. 110, the new "Knabllng
Act," passed third rending In tho
Senate this morning. Without wait
ing for tho bill to be. reached in Its
regular order, Snuntor Coelho mocd
that tho mensuro be taken up for
co'nsldcratton Just as soon us the
i "order of the day" was reached.
I Mime sugnt amendments hud been
made In tho bill by tho Ways and
Means Committee by tho Senute, and
appended thereto was n list of tho
employes who will profit by the pos
tage of the act. The list was read
through, that thero might bono mis-'
understanding as to how tho money
(provided for In tho bill shall be cx
When tho reading of tho bill "had
been completed, a vote was Immedi
ately taken, thero being no discus
sion, Tho volo showed fourteen In
favor of the bill nnd none opposed
to It. Senator Hoblnson was absent.
It now only remains for tho (!ov
. cmnr to nfTlx his slgnnturo to thn
(bill In order to enahlo tho City nnd
(County of Honolulu to pay tho men
employed nn the roads by tho Hoard
Mnkekau, who seems to bo very
much afraid of Falrrhlld's Joint res
cliitlon fixing tho hourn of tho Tcirl
torlnl offices, ngnln put in his oar
when tho resolution ramo up for
third reading this morning. He man
aged to havo final action postponed
Though the resolution simply stip
ulates that tho Territorial oflleca
bhall be kept open during tho hours
that most places of business are open,
nnd provides tho manner )n which
vacations and leaves of abttneo shall
bo granted, Mnkekau lias several
limes shown himself very ' much
afraid of It.
This morning ho expressed n fear
thnt' It might Intorfcro with tho
work of tho attaches of tho Survey
or s omco who may bo detailed for
(Continued on Page 3)
PINEAPPLES ! !
PAPAYAS ! 1 !
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
the best there is in the house, are
to be had from ui promptly for a
small fee above the usual price. Bet-
. xer gei me uesi mere is.
SERVICE. PHONE 301.
SANTA FE, New Mexico, Match ?.'i Governor Cunv hna resigned
his position as a rcsjilt of the order issued by Secretary of the Interior
Ballinr that officers of the Territories must lcmain at home unless
there be emergency matters at stake.
Governor Curry asked Secretary Ballingcr for leave to go to Wash
ington for a consultation on Tcrritoiinl matters. Secictary Ballingcr ic
sponded by telling Curry to use the mails. This angered the Territorial .
Governor, and he quit his office.
m i i m
California Naval Base
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 22. Senator Flint of California lias
introduced a resolution providing for the anpointmcnt of n Board to re
port on the advisability of establishing a naval base in Southern Cali
New Senate Committees
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 22. Two new committees lwvc been
added to the Senate list of commit ties. They arc Publtc Expenditures, .
of which" Senator Hale is chairman,' end Conservation of Hattunl Re
sources with Senator Dixon of Nevada
imwi iicwjuiiua uu ic uuiniHiuc
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Steam Schooner Wrecked $
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. March 22. The stcruii schooner n. n. i,,.' v
man is a total wreck on the rocks nt
More Grafters Caught I
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PITTSBIIRO. Pn.. March 92 Tu-n inemhere nf !,. nil,, f......;i ,
and three prominent citizens have
PASADENA, Calif., March 22. The balloon America, for the safe
ty of whose passengers there is much npprrhension, was last fcun over
Mount Lowe, The airship was in tin miu's tef a blizrard and a heavy
JUDGE K1NQSBURYSBIG TRANSFORMER
FIRST COURT TERM'SHIPPED YESTERDAY
Maui Court Business
(Hpcflul to tho II it I lot I n.)
WAIMJKU, MAUI, Murch 19. Tho,
March Term of the Circuit Court of
the tfecoud Judicial Circuit, .lodge 8.
II Kingsbury, presiding for the llrst
lime since his appointment us succes
sor to .ludgo A. N. Kopolkul, wns open
ed In tho Wallukii Court Houso
(Continued on Page 2)
Men's Box Calf Blucher
Cambridge last, single welt sole.
One of the famous "All America"
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
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as rtwrrenn. Hughc3 succeeds
i ir .giirs
Bolinas. All on bcahl arc snved. '
been indicted for grafting on tho
Powerful New Wireless
ApparatusOn ., ;
The Way . 4
Uisl K.iturdu) tho powerful new.;
transformer, which will form partfof x
the equipment tit Hie Kahukil I'ottlt, ,'
wireless telegraph fclnton, wns hlp-.j
red from the mainland fnclory. TJio ',
apparatus U expected hero within
the next thlrt) days. '
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1051 FORT ST.
"The Place To
CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STS.
023 FORT STREET
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