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, -X' 1'J'MJWWBa.U ! JWMiJWfftniBHHIiramlMlli&!WMiUJiM' WWWJIPP i" B!W?!?ilW.eTOrTftwTOWif w A-'-,- ' ' . ' - I From San Francisco: ' Nippon Mnrn March' 20 For San Francisco: Chlyo llnru Mnrch 2D From Vancouver: ,M 11 It lira April 2 For Vancouver: Aornngi March 31 VOL. XI. NO. 4207. MILITIA S GN E Frear Intimates" That He Will Approve of Amended Bill Providing for the Pay- """ ment of Both Mayor's and Supervisors' Road Department Appointees. Tho KnnhlliiK Act, providing fur tlio payment, not only of tliu toad laborers wlin illil work but of tlio Mayor's appointees wlio only loafed nml walled for something to turn up, will push both 1 louses with amend ment nml will lie signed liy tlio (lov rinor. That In the latest, nml the statement la made us tlie result of n conference held tills inoinlni; ho Iweon Ileprcfccntntlrc Douthitt mid tlnvernor l'rear. Mr. Douthitt told the Clovernnr that tho House did not want nor In tend to concur In tlio Senate amend niPiilM which Includo the Muyor'H ap pointees In the list of those who mo In hu inailo boiiollclnijes of the mcas in u unless there was mine good len run lo think that the lillt would hu Hlgncd hy Hit) Excellency. Of course, Uoveriior l'rear undo no i ijlu'iit alali-ment or compromise. Ho never docs, retaining still In ho Kx- COOLLY WALKS.OUT OF DURANCE VILE lmioiy Harris, the negro prisoner who escaped from the police station yesterday, has not jet ben ic-arrest-cd. Attending to Deputy Sherllt Hose, tho man must have bioken prls mi at 3 fl'elocl,, when the watch Is changed. Up till that time, Hnrrls had been sitting with a trusty and had shortly hefoio been treated by the police mirgeon for an Injury to his eye, which was badly hurt dur ing his encounter with Parker, tho man he Is alleged to hao shot. A short time nfter tho doctor treat ed Harris, tho trusty noticed tlio ea rn ped 'wall; up to tho sliding door that opens into the iccclvlng sta tion. Tho trusty at once leinarked, In Hawaiian, to the warder: "Thcro goes the darkey." The, Jailor io plled to tho effect that ho supposed t.onveone upstairs hud sent for liar- Is. Tho lecclvlng clerk did not notlco the man walking past Ills desk. Miss (Continued on Page 4) WILSON BROS., STAR and GLUETT SHIRTS THE SMART DRESSER knows these Shirts. There is QUALITY in them quality that shows. QUALITY in the materials used, and in the way they are put together? QUALITY and GOOD TASTE in the patterns selected. New line just in. You'll like these Shirts The Kash Co., Ltd., CORNER OF TORT AND HOTEL STS. JCi V 3:30 EDITION OR ILL NABLING ACT einthe C'haiuher tho Judicial atti tude mid manner which characteriz ed him as n jurist. Hut he suggest cd that tho I.eglslnture obtain front tho Major a certified Htntcuicnt that Ills appointees were actually ou hand early every morning ready to go to work If they Kot tho iliunce. It wnH nlm ngioed that tho long list of employes appended by tho Senate to tho incnaiire ho eliminated und a clause substituted mating that tho lint of those to hencllt by the measure can he found In tho olllco of the County Auditor. This will great ly reduce tho volume hulk uf the House und Senate Journals, as there are about thirty pases of names In .the Senate's amendment to tho bill. j As mioii as tho ccrtlllcato from tho Major ciiti ho obtained, It Is probable I that the bill will bo trotted out rgalu. i.huved through both Houses villi the nuw amendments, and sent 'up to the tlovcrnur for his signature. MANY SPEED THE DEPARTING GUESTS Decked with lels, and waving minia ture Hawaiian Hags as tho bhip pulled away from her slip, Mrs. Ktla 8. Wash burn, Most Worthy Grand Matron of the Order of tho Eastern Star, and tho members of her putty, departed for the mainland this morning on tho Ala meda. In tho party with Mis. Waslihuiii aro Mrs. JiAinlo i:. Mnttheys. mist Worthy Grand Mutinu; Mrs. Jennie A. Hiile, Past Grand Matron of lown: Mrs. Ali bi'' Kicbs, I'nst Grand Matron of Cal ifornia, and Jilts Juanlta Hnlscy, Miss Ccomlaua Smith and C. It. Williams, A largo delegation, representing loc (Continued from Page 2) a Itlds have hi en culled for for tho remodeling of tho M. S. Grlnhuimi buildings ou Kaahumnnu ami Queen streets. Then, II. Davles & Co. havo taken a lease ou the piemlses, which iwlll bo Joined together for them. Tho I do goods department of the llrm will I be locate,! in tho building. JliJLM 11M S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, LOCAL BILLS SESSION OF HOUSE WAS BELLIGERENT Kaniho's Wrath Aroused By Two Warlike Measures BUT HIS ORATORY FAILS . TO KILL MILITIA BILLS All 1909 Records for Inane Speech Broken by the Ubiquitous Cannon Ball from Kohala HOUSE 30th Day Morning Session It was a warlike session that tho House held this morning bellig erent in. more ways than one. Also, tho highest tldo of tho session In tho Hood of inanity and senseless speech was reached, Kanlho, tho breezy statesman from Kohala, belug the particular bright and shining light of the occasion. Hn exceeded oven his own previous efforts in tho way uf forensic foolishness, which, If they gu abroad, will do moro to hurt Hawaii and tho reputation of her legislators than an thing jfUo that has occurrofl this session. The two bills over which the de bate occurred were both measuics relating to tho milltln, one providing for militia enrollment, the other amending tho militia laws of tlio Territory with u view to putting Ha wall on the same busls as tho other States and Torrltoilcs. Kanlho considered It an insult to tho United States Government for Hawaii to have any milltln at all, a seeming lack of 'confldenco in tho power of the Federal Government tc protect these Islands Jn tho event of war. Also, lie discerned In the In traduction of tho bills a nefarious scheme on tho part uf Adjutant Gen ernl Jones to line his own pockets at tho expense of the taxpayers, and u schemo on the part of boiuo of his follow legislators to Insure their re election by securing tho vote of tho National Guard In return for their support of tho bill. These brilliant Ideas he proceedeil to expound with much pounding of his desk, wild waving of his arms, frantic bellowing with his great olco that made the windows rattle cud the walls of the legislative chum her shake. Hut Ills eloquence failed to convince a mujorlty of tho House and the two bills were passed, though with strong opposition. Militia Enrollment. Thn mllltla enrollment bill II. D. 85. providing that tho tax assessor of each taxation division shall, when icnuirod to do so by tho Governor, prepare a loll containing tho names of those in his division subject to military duty, was one of tho seven on tho order of tho day for third reading. Tills bill uuh tabled once, but tho Administra tion got busy with tho Military Com- (Continued on Pace 3) How Foolish for a man, after having ac cumulated a fortune, to neg lect safeguarding it for his family by making out a will full of flaws, or none? at all! The average business man cannot draw up a will that will always hold without a lawyer's assistance, We will give you that assistance free of charge. See us about your WILL. Hawaiian 'M: Trust Co. iyy'-fyftryTf--npyi'Ty? flsF" ''".,'"",. 'tTftwr ' ",fs'5w:fi)flTJJw,., Lt JD U JUJU Jli A Good Store Thrives on Good MEN FOR FEDERAL OF PASSED BY HOUSE INDUSTRIAL EDITION ISSUED TOMORROW The II u 1 1 e t I n will Issue tomorrow evening its Indus trial Kditlon for tho year 191111. The Industrial section Is printed in a special form similar to that followed In previous years, but tho text and Illustrations are more ex tensive and elaborate. The Industrial Kditlon will bo delivered to each regular subscriber of the II u I I c 1 1 n hut will not be Included iu the Btreot sales. Thine not regu lar subscribers may obtain copies at fifty cents each. This edition contains spe cial articles on the industries of the Islands written by Hoy u 1 IJ. Mead, A F. Judd. Wil liam Willlunison, W. A. Kin ney, Dr. K. V. Wilcox. Br. .lur ed Smith, Jas, 1) Dole. A de scilptlon Is gUen of every au gur plantation In the Islands and special attention has liven paid to the homestead move ment. AGED SCIENTIST Dr.. Sefeno Bishop Called Hence By Death Is HIS LIFE WAS RICH IN ACCOMPLISHMENTS Venerable Minister Passed Most His Bays in Ministering to the Peo.ile of the Islands of His Birth of Shortlv after S o'clock last nlirlit " roauing wiinoui nuy opposition. . V I in . . Senator Coelho's resolution, calling Rev Seiono R. Illshop passed uway. for tho apimlntinert of a commission to For nenrly sixty years the veteran Investigate nnd report upon nil unpat- minister was a leading llguro iu tho i-ntcd und ununartletl lauds In tho Tor- Holds of religious and scientific re- rltory, passed second reading, search, and death brought to u closo Though Introduced by tho Maul Sen- n life rich in tho deeds that count. ut"r,' tl', ff0'""0" ww really drawn I)r lllshun was 8- veara old his u'' b' ,ho JllllclarJ' Comtnltteo of tho . ...... wa8l8-ycairs olu n Senato, after consultation with tho last birthday, and death resulted Governor, as a substitute for a bill of from n general breaking-down caused nioro general character Introduced by hy udvnnclng years. C'oolho, ( Though, during tho greater part To Right Wrongs, of his Ilfo, Dr. Illshop practiced his The lesiilutlon sets forth tliut, nt tho calling us a minister of tho Gospel i,?,,!1'0,,?"'"' Ma,hll f !a.n,ls' c"' In tliesa Islands It Is ns .. Kcl....tlst !" IroicrllOH wero Intended to go lu ll tneso islands, t Is as a scientist t0 tbo session or certain ikmboiib, tliut his name has become most uinil. In fnct. did u.i turn kii. .,...-. i.uunii tu lame, in aepieiuucr, issu, ho discovered the corona cauueu uy the Krakatoa eruption, since known in Kurope as "Circle do Ulshop." In 1884 he received the third Wurner (Continued on Page 4) SUGAR SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Mar 2.T SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 10s. 4 l-2d. Parity, 4.10 cents. Previous quotation, 10s. S l-4d. Popular Prices For the Finest Meals in Town. Alexander Young 'Cafe Spring1 Mattresses NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS, JUST RECEIVED. J. Hopp & Co., 185 KINO ST. v y!'-" . ffP Advertising In Honolulu mXrCH 24, 1909. 8 PAOES. HAWAIIAN OFFICERS ONLY FOR HAWAII Chillingworth Fathered Resolution In Senate S0L0NS WILL VISIT DIAMOND HEAD WORKS Upper Chamber Gallops Through Ute ; Session, Passing Many Bills on j Second Reading Opium I Law Is Tabled SENATE. Thirtieth Djy Morning Seitlon. Senator Chllllnguortli tills morning Introduced a lOMilutlon Into tho .Senate, upposlug the npi ointment of nuy main hinder, cither ns Federal Judge, United State District Attorney, or lo any other Federal oMlco In this Territory. In his resolution, Chillingworth enumerates the; reasons why Hawaii ani should he chosen to (111 onlco In Hawaii, calling attention that, In most matters, the Federal Government Is moro and more adopting tho policy of treating tl.c Islands us tho States of tho Union aro treated, rather than as Territories. Ho also calls attention to the fact that, for many years prior to annexa tion, both during the tlmo of tho mon archy and of tho provisional govern ment, Hawaii had a complete legal system modeled on the systems of Knglanil and America. He therefore asks that tho President und Attoruo) General, as well ns Congresn, ho mo moralized against appointing any but a cltlren of this Territory to Fcderul office hero. As the resolution seemed lory com prehensive! in Its scope, it was referred to tho Judiciary Committee for consid eration beforo being passud up to tlio Senate for voting. No Barricades. House tllll No. 131, forbidding tho urectlon of any form of barricade In places whom g'mhllng equipment Is dlspla)od, and in i . i' j misdemean or for any poison to a piscnt In u barricaded placo where gamhling par aphernalia Is on exhibition, passed (Continued on Page 5) BANANAS ! PINEAPPLES I 1 PAPAYAS ! ! ! Island Fruit Co., 72 S. KINO. PHONE 15. Theater Tickets the best there is in the house, art to be had from us promptly for a" small fee above the usual price. Bet ter get 'the best there is. TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE. PHONE 381. MMBnanMsrnHB.it r iv ' trff" 1 HM It's the Bulletin VANCOUVER, B. C, March 24. view today in which he stated that battleships in the Pacific. Kidnappers SHARON, Pennsylvania. March the persons by whom he was kidnapjd. implicated in the case is known to the mav not prosecute. 20 BATTLESHIPS i FOR THE PMIFIG Sunk By Kaiser's Yacht HAMBURO, Germany, March 21. The Imperial yacht Hohcnzollctiu today collided with and sunk the Norwegian steamer Par. Tliccicw were rescued. , Great Storm Raging CHICAGO, 111., March 24. A severe storm ptcvails throughout the' West and South. Wires are down and reports nrc meager, but great dam ape is believed to We been suffered in Teas. PRINCESS KUNI TO PARIS T0KI0, Japan, March 24. The Princess Kuni has started for Paris. Prince Kuni is a general in the Japanese army and a cousin of Prince Fushimi. CALIFORNIA LEGISLATORS ADJOURN SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 24. Th California Legislature ad journed today. PINEAPPLE CROP MOVING RAPIDLY Kvery fi eight steamer that leaves tho port Is carrylni; n steadily In cieaslug cargo of Hawaiian pineap ples, Tho crop Is hcRlnnluB to move under the Impetus of tho advertising campaign carried on hy tho associa tion of pineapple growers and tho general reduction of price that en ables tho retailer to put his product before tho consumer ut twenty-live cents a tin, A considerable quantity of Inst year's pack is still in the warehouse hut tho movement of the last' few weeks Is a very good sign of the sssssssssssssssssjissssssssssWMWWsBMBsMsssWsssss TcAMBRIDGE J Men's Box Calf Blucher nnj1 Cambridge last, .single welt sole. rfKU One of the famous "All America" JW Manufacturers' Shoe C-P 1051 FORT ST. 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They seem to he taking on heavier stocks ulthough tho extent nnd full signifi cance of the present demand cannot he determined until moro complcto lepoits nro received. i 4 4 4 A m ua.. .., 023 FORT STREET