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From San Frmnciiooj i
Alameda Nov. &
For San Francisco:
Clilna Oct. 30
Marunia n0v, 13
Makura Nor. 9
VOL. XL NO. 4457.
BUT LAND CLAUSE
Willi llio (!Xrillun (if Ilio clause
relutlng to thu iiiuoiiiIiiioiiu to tho
Tcriltuilal lntul laws, tliu House (it
Representatives, Hitting In commit
tee ut the whole, tills morning gave
IIh foimul uppiovnl to till of tliu Or
ganic Act amendments udvocnted by
Coventor l'V"'"- The only change
iiindo was lnaortliiB $1.0(10 In place
of the 000 IlielnJeil In the (lover-1
nor's bill ns tliu amount each Tert'l-
torlal Legislator should receivo for 1
each lobular session. The present' T10 nntl- rolilliltlon concurrent res
tatu la JtUO. 'olutlon Chat was Intioduced 111 the
A beginning wall alto made 011 the ji1)llso tiu morning by iteproaentutlvo
land law nuiciidnient, which was Cohen reads as follows:
lead throughout, the reuialnder ot , j!e )t Uesolvcd by tlio Senate and
the morning, being wasted in a futile Hoiiso f Representatives of tlio Ter
dlscusslon as to whether the (loter- rltory of Hawaii:
nor was to bo asked to Intorpiet and
explain the Intent of tho land
amendments. Castio oujected to
calling oil the (lovernor fur uld until
something was encountered upou
which the House needed enllght
ment. When It wns finally decided
to., call upon tho Qowrnor It was
found thut lie' was not In the capltol,
but attending u celebration of tho
Tho Introduction by Representa
tive Cohen of 'a resolution putting
tho I.cglsluturo on iccord as being
opposed to the enactment of a pro
hibition law for the Territory by tho
U. S. Congress was tho first gun In
the House ut Ilepicscntutivos this
The resolution declares In broad
teims thut tho sentiment of the peo
ple Is opposed to Federal Interfer
ence with tho ptlnclples of local self
government as would be Indicated
by thu adoption of n Federal prohi
bition fur tho Tei rltory.
Upon tho rending of thu resolution
Itepiescntnthc Cohen moved for Its
adoption, Kama moved that It bo
lefened to the printing committee
for tianslatloii. 1
Sheldon nnd Knu.it declared that
the resolution dealt with a question
of great lnteiest to tho peoplo of
the Teultory and that It should not
lecelve hasty consideration. Ho in
sisted that nil effort should bo mado
to ascertain tho actual tiend of
The resolution was temporarily
disposed of by being roforrod to the
printing commltteo .for translation.
Chairman Corrca of tho printing
committee reported that further
time wns needed for tho translation
of Hoiiso Joint Resolution No. 1,
Castro's advance to homesteaders'
Tho House, then wont Into com
mittee ot the whole to resume con
sideration of tho Illce resolution em
bodying tho proposed amendments to
tho Organic Act.
Tho paragraph of tho- amending
bill 1 elating to tho remuneration or
Legislators was tiiKcn up and the
SOOO in the bill wns raised to si,U
001) on nu uyo nnd no voto.
Section 3, removing nil doubt ns
to the validity of appropriations that
aio not biennial, was indorsed by tho
commltteo without comment.
Then camo tho all-important sec-
(Continued on Page 7)
For Horses and Cattle.
AND SPRECKEIS TALK OF
. Resolution In
That Whereas, n bill has been Intro
(I need In tho Congress of tho United
States to prohibit the sale of Intox
icating liquor In tho Tei rltory of Ha
And nheroas, said Congress Is be-
lag urged to enact such, law on the
in omul Hint It is tho wish of tho poo-
pie of this Territory, I
And Whereas, tho Federal Congress,
(Continued on Paw 2) I
Onveinnr Troar appeared agiln be
fore tho Hni-se this afternoon and con
tinued his explanations of the proposed
amendments to tho Organic Act.
At tho afternoon session of tho Sen
nle. Senator Coelho intiodiiced a bill
to provide that oiio-thlnl or tho Cus
toms revenue bo devoted t otho iii
kcep of tho public schools. Tho bill
pasted first reading and was oidered
to bo sent to tho Printing Committee.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Nov. 3.
President Taft arrived here at a late
hour this afternoon and delivered a
speech this evening. He goes to
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. 3.
Returns from the municipal elec
tions in this state show that the
Democrats were victors in the ma
jorjty of the ciies.
S. S. Hilonian
INexc Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phono 15.
We serve the best meal in the city
and serve the meals best. There is and Moans and Public Hoal'th Com-,
a distinction. The difference is in'mlttces. necessitated on account of
the price of our good meals and the tho absence of Senator Falrchlld
indifferent ones served elsewhere.
Hotel, near Union.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRITORY OR HAWAII.'WEDNESDAY,
Senator Coelho was tho whole showiH Monday afternoon December C. tt
at this morning's session of tho Sen-! n 2 "'clock In Ihe oftlces of tho tt
ate. As author of nvo bills In tho J unnk. ,
upper house. h made strenuous The purpoe of the meeting Is tt
speeches on behalf of each, and for n '"" " stockholders to piss up- tt
his erfortB to get them passed on tho " tho proposal of tho directors tt
spot, was rewarded by seeing them all : to Increase tho number of vice tt '
go to committees for conference. Sen- tt presidents and directors. It Is tt
ator Qulnn protested vigorously. ;" understood that tho Increase will tt
"As I understand It," ho said, "we n he mi"le to take In tho holders In tt
havo been called to nssemblo here to tlio nank of Hawaii and the In- tt
consider thu amendments to the Or- ,J crease In the directors to glvo tt
ganlc Act. and that alone. Were wo n. the now clement representation, ttj
linvu a member bringing In live bills, u So fl"" n" can be learned thcro tt
und flrBl thing wo know other counties M Ih no opikihIHoii to tho proposed tt
will get busy. In such d caso as that
where will we end. Wo mav bo kuiit .
bere for thirty days,
"In answer to that statement," re
plied Coelho, "I would say that I do
not proposed to bo hero thirty days, I
Intend to Icavo Saturday night That
is why I Introduced these bills to got
them through quickly. Tho peoplo
havo a right at all times to placo
their matters before us for attention.
The Oovernor has called us together
to consider a proposition he considers
Important, but the Importance of other
l)eol'l'B business Is not considered."
I Senator Knudsen was anxious to
have the amendment bill to tho ex
pense act taken up, but it was referred
J after some argument to tho WayB and
Means Commltteo. One bill of Co
elho'g that seems to bo favorably re
ceived by tho members is that amend
ing Chapter 102 of tho RevUcd 1-aws,
to nbolUh tho license fee charged
aged Hawaiian fish, fruit and ilower
vendors. Under tho present law, Mr.
Coelho says, many worthy Itawallans
havo been forced out of business by
leason of tho llccnbo fee charged
them. Ho behoves they are entitled
to solicit their business free us they
make but a bare living at thu best.
Tho bill reads as follows;
"To amend Chapter 102 of the He
vised Laws ot Hawaii as Amended
by Act 90 'A tho Session I.1V..1 nf
1907 by adding a Provli.3 to Sec
tfonB 1418Q &ml 1418H lliiieo;.
"Do it ICnacteJ by tho legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii:
"Section 1. rhapter 102 of tho Ilo
.vised Laws of Hawaii as amended by
Act 90 or tho Session Laws of 1907 Is
hereby further amended by adding to
Section 14180 the following pro!so,
" 'Provided il-at no llcens? foo for
tho salo or silt, dried or fresh tlsh,
squid, lobsters, crabs, shrlmira or any
ether cdiblo so.i or fresh water food
thall be requlroi.'
"Section 2. Chapter 10J of tho Re
vised Laws of Hawaii as anii n-ic-1 by
Act 9(1 of tho Session Laws of 1907 h
hereby further emended by adding to
Section 1418H the following proviso-
rroviueu inai no uceiifo ha ic-
qulred of pers ms peddling dried or
"Section 3. This Act rofers to
fresh fish, squid, fruits and vegetables.
fresh flowers or greens for wreaths or
decorative purposes, or fresh edlblo
sea or fresh water food of any kind
"Section 3. TI1I3 Act shall tako of.
foci upon Its approval provided that
no license heretofore Issued under said
Sections 141SO and 14181! and bolng
Mill In forco shall thereby be affect,
Tho bill passed to second reading,
and was referred to the Ways and
President Smith announced tho
(landing committees this morning to
hfl the Rnnin lift tflaf nnotlnn ...III. fl.n
. cxcontion or n -h..,. ,, ii.n ',..,
On tho Wnys and Means Committee
President Smith named Senator Kniid
sent to tako Senator Kiilrchlld's placo.
(Continued on Page 7.)
FIRST .CALL MADE
TO STOCKHOLDERS IN
BANK JOINING DEAL
It One of the first steps for car-'It
it rylng out the consolidation of tt',
8 the first National Ilauk and the U
8 Dank of Hawaii has been taken tt
,8 by the call of a niectal meeting M
it of the stockholders of the First tt ,
8 National Dank published In thin tt
I tt Ishiio of tho Bulletin. tt ,
tt Thls.siieclal meeting Is set for tt
" amalgamation or banking forces tt
SANfFliANCISCO, Nov. 3. Final
returns of the city election and
checking un of all the flcrures con
firm the defeat of Heney for district
attorney and the election of McCar
thy, the labor candidate for Mayor.
ine maionntv of the Board of
Supervisors are of the Labor party,
so that McCarthy will have prac
tically a free hand. The other offi
ces are divided between the three
. .Mayor-elect McCarthy cave out an
interview today in which he prom
ises that there shall be freedom
within the city, but that the- free
dom must be kent within bounds.
This is taken to indicate that he will
be for more of a wide-open city than
the administration of Mayor Taylor.
"Wo hopo by the first of March to
turn tho I ret sod rr the nt-w bond
ing for tho Marine. Tho construction
work will be pushoj .head wit', speed
a'nd there should bo no dehv In the
work. Plenty of laud has been ob
tained and another sixty acres mo
avallablo such, a larger area bo re
quired." About seventy-flvo members and
guests ot tho Commercial Club sat
'Continued on Page 4)
LOUISVILLE, Ky Nov. 3. Dem
ocrats have elected a mapjority of
the Legislature, though the Repub
licans made a hard and bitter fight
CINCINNATI, Ohio. Nov, 3. Re-
publicans swept this city, carrying
all their candidates through
cessfully by large majorities.
need Bulletin readers in
NOVEMBER 3, 1009. 12 PAGES.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 3. All
doubt as to the status of Explorer
Peary anions: the leadine scientists
of the country was set at rest today
when the National Geographic So
ciety voted a cold medal to Peary as
the discoverer of the North Pole.
(Special Bullet in' Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov., 3 Fran
cis J. Heney, the defeated candidate
for district attorney, and Rndolnh
Spreckels, who has financially back
ed the campaign against (rraft, is
sued statements this afternoon On
the result of the city election.
While expressing regret at the re
sult, both Heney and Spreckels as
sert that they will continue the
fight for civic regeneration with re
Fiekert, the successful' candidate
for district attorney, ascribes He
ney's defeat to the fact that he re
ceived money from Spreckels. He
thinks the people considered Heney
a Spreckels agent.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
JACKSON, Ky., Nov. 3. Condi
tions bordering on real war existed
here during the election. Militia
guarded the voting booths, and in
one instance the trouble became so
menacing that a fusillade was fired
over the heads of the crowd as a
warning. The response to this
was the explosion of a bomb thrown
by someone in the mob, That no
one was killed in the melee seems a
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 3.
Although the reform forces lost
their contest in this city, the Re-
nuoucans ot ine state won by a
handsome majority. The Republi
can majority is 150,000.
TDIKT fAfVIPiiNV I Til
,IKUJI wiTiniill, LIU..
923 1-ort Street
NEW YORK, Nov. 3. Fusion
rces won their election battle
against Tammany in this city at ev
ery point except the mavoralty.
Judge Gaynor, the Tammany can
didate, was elected Mayor by a ma
jority over all others of 75,016.
With this exception, however, Tam
many was utterly routed.
All other candidates of the Tam
many ticket were defeated, and the
Rusion-Republicans were successful.
This means that the Fusion or re
form forces will control the expendi
ture of appropriations amounting to
one billion eight hundred millions of
dollars that had been so attractive
to corruptionists, and in addition to
this the Tammany Hall men will be
practically without patronage of any
BALTIMORE, Nov. 3. The
Democratic nropoial to disfranchise
the negroTs of the"sfaie was a lead
ing issue of the election yesterday.
Returns from all sections show con
clusively that the plan was defeated.
T0C0MA, Wash.. Nov. 3. Mc
Credie, the Republican candidate for
Congress from this city, was success
ful intheeIection ot yesteraay.
What was a bad mlx-up in the
building of the Knluanul beach road
has been straightened out by the
timely advice' or Deputy County At
torney Mtlverton and tho co-opora-tlon
of County Clerk Kalauoknlant
with Auditor llicknell. Tho Hoard
of Supervisors awarded tho contract
to Picanco and Woods at Ill.nsS,
with Allen & Iloblnson ns bondsmen.
It was discovered shortly aftor
John C. Plcano, one ot the contract
ors, went to work that he was not
ors, went to work that he was not
familiar enough with the work to go
nhcad, and he was offered 1100 n
mnnttl ,n bam. n,..n. f.... 1 1, n I..I.
month to keep away from tho lob,
although ho Is to Blmro In tlio con
tract Just tho same. In tho mean
Oxford 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
EVERY HONOLULU MERCHANT1
knows the Bulletin goes to the
people he needs as customers. This
assurance is made good by the
quantity and quality of its circula
PRICE 8 CENT!.
WAIALUA EXTRA IS
McBrydc Completing Plan!
For Most Valuable
Wnlaliia's expected extra dlvldon
for November wig iKrlai- J b the 0
rectors this inomlic? and now' lli?
Lt(K'kholiprs mi) buyers hum whnfto.
Tho t-xtra payable on tlio fifteenth!)
this month will be o.ie and three quar.
tors per cent. This III addition to thd
regular of threo quartets of ono per
cent makes a total dlvlihyul this mouth;
of two and one half per rent fgr thtf
stockholder of Walalua
The presumption Is that thin extra
has been KiU'ieil so that the plantation
lll carry out a sulllelently largo suf?
plus to guarantee the regular dlvldcn
of three qtiaiters of one per cent for
nel enr and also provide for enieri
Immediately this news became gen
eral through the market Hih mornltis
. 'ctlcally nl llhe W.ilaliu offered at
l" was taken up promptly, and oh. in
I'-iully llio casein this inaiket u good!
many of the seller withdrew. TlieroJ
is a general anticipation that tho stoclcl
will advance to 120.
Onomca was nloh a loader In the
inarkri, tlio nctlilty IHng lined oifl
(Continued on Page 0)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 3. Su.
gar 06 degree centrifugals, 4.30
cents, or ?8U per ton. Previous,
quotation, 4.30 cents.
Beets 88 analysis, lis 6d. Pari
ty. 4.43 cents. Previous quotation,
lit U O-'lU.
tlmo John Kmmellllli Inlfou nvni- A
N. Wood's business and becomes 111" M
main factor In the building ot tliO'i
upon being notified tho Country
r!-i. ...i ....ti..... , .. . ..Z.
twiv umu jiuwiior iiuiueuinieiy OOIC
tho matter up with tho County 'At
torney's nfflce, with the result that
Ml MllVni-f 11 n,1itc..l U 1 a..
- men iuu uuiiru inn
iviuKinzu riciwio ana woods in the
matter, nnd let tlivni fight It out
ninnnrr llmmuiili'nd 1h i.i- . .
will not Invalidate, tho matter ' oMP
bond or confuse tho method of con-
tract award. It will bo up to Knimc'dS
If. ..I. ... . &9l
" -. vn, in IIHH way IL'ui
luth lo innko his own arrancementHV
Willi tho other two so thai hu will
get nis money out of the work.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St,