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VOL XVIII. TENPAOEK HONOLULU, HAWAII. WKHXEHHAY, MAY 4, 1010. TEX TAPES Kq. SOU
quinn Alio wilson "Tasileff And OtheF wng and oen "
oriLL hli it iniv Virions RiMians WtLUM ItDUY
Defiantly denouncing the actions of the agents for the Hawaii
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ju.u-u m Jinuugrntion in nussia, inasmuch' as they are alleged 1o
have lied about conditions existing here, and. declaring that he was
the leader or active representative rof the local
with liilolf and SurupoVe, was jhis morning in the police court found
guilty of being without lawful means of support, and sentenced to
three months' imprisonment with hard labor, by Judge Andrade.
Never before has the police :ourt held such a crowd. Present were
idle Russians who are very likely to be arrested slwn-ilv mi ti
" f U"day 24t,h !Mt-..,t raInetl d'"rge as the four men who were found tniilty. After two hours' time
. There has been st much talk about man of the Committee on Roads,
the letter of Supervisor Quinn to Road Bridges, Parks, etc., and I deem that
Supervisor Wilson, which drew out a 'the' refutal, and explanation of the
statement from the latter to the board charges therein contained are not only
of supervisors, that both letters are 'an act of justice to myself, but that
here publisher In full, he following 1 your Honorable Board should be ac
boing the letter of Mr. Quinn: Iquainted with the true facts, Super-
Honolulu, T. H April 25, 1910. vsor Quinn states that I used insult
J. It. Wilson, Road Supervisor, Ho-'ing language to him, which -Is absolu
nolulu, T. H. Itely, and positively untrue; further-
Dear Sir: i3metlme ago a resolu-'more I have ample, and abundant tes
tion passed by tho Board of Supervi-jtiniony to the effect, that Supervisor
sors ordering all street crossings in Quinn used the most Vila, Indecent,
tho down town district of Honolulu to bawdy and profane language to the
bo kept clean, and sand sprinkled on stable employees, and others connect
sald crossings during wet weather, jed with this department, I cannot' of
It was also ordered that no expense fend your honorable board, or tho :
should be spared that these street public, by giving herein the specific
crossings must be kept In good con- offensive words, and 'phrases used.
dltton for pedestrians, which resolution
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time ago. The crossing were f a and to have placed sand on the cross- 01 tllL COU1;t " to" tuken up by speeches made by the defendants
bad condition. You were not in town, ings, meant a waste of money, and no dL'laring tuat they would noligo to work, as they had been deceived
I went to the stable, ordered out tho compensating benefit, as the rain 'by Perelstrous and the other ;agents who are now over in Russia,
teams. When I spoke to you the next would undo the work as fast as it was Vnsileff took the stand in 'his own behalf, his statement beiiur that
day you answered mo in a very in- accomplished. he was unable to go to work as he had been requested by the Russians
suiting way, and told me that I had no In reference vo Vae oiling of King io act lor lliem. 4
business to go to the stable. street as far as Acnl lane, this work' "I gave up a good position in Russia to accent what 1 believed to
I let that pass. Now Mr. Wilson was more than half completed beforo- be something better here, but 'when 1 arrived and looked over the
there is someone responsible for the I received the resolution-of your Hon-'giounu I saw mat every statement that had been made was untrue
terrible condition ot the crossings orable Board, and at present has been l"c Russians were promised things that have never been lived up to,
yesterday, as it rained all day long, finished up to Auld's lane, where this 1 I blame the whole thing oh Mr. Perelstrous and his assistants,
and that somebody must be you. 1 department has been compelled to j wno avt! us s,lt'a 11 bright description of life on the Hawaiian planta
do not propose to put up with this kind await' the new tracking of the Hono-; lions. . ,.. ...n - . ?riu ,-, y,, ,.
of foolishness. You were also ordered lulu Rapid Transit & Land Co., beforej don't see how this court can call me a vagraiifas I did not
by resolution of the hoard, to oil King proceeding further; and as to putting conic here on my own account, but was brought here by the agents of
street as far as Achi lane. It also the oil on, I claim that It has been 1 the planters' association in spite of the statement that Mr. Mead has
took a resolution to have you put the done in a careful, and methodical J1.181 made saying that the planters were not responsible for the Rus
oll on, in a proper manner, as you manner, with allowance for local cll-s)illls being here.
seem to do every thing contrary to my matic conditions. j "According to the agents we were to receive 'a house with several
wishes. i in view of the very material re- j aclcs of lantb t the end of three years, if we stayed, we could
There was also a resolution passed duction in the amount allotted for tho own both house and property, and if we did not want that we would
by the boftrd ordering you o oil Here-'use of this department, I had to care- receive 30 instead. I
tanla street, I think from Nuuanu to fully, and systematically apportion,! "We were given to understand that the buying power of a rouble
Richards also Hotel street, but. in- out of tho reduced appropriation, j was just the same here as in Russia, and were "told a number of other
stead of you oiling these streets,Be- amounts for various purposes, amongst things that'have never been lived up to by the planters,
retania and Hotel, you were oiling In which was ?500 per month for road' . willing to go to work providing the promises made are
the Maklki district, where you were , oil, which had been considerably J lived "P to, but we came for work on plantations and will not work
not ordered to oil. You do not seem drawn against, when I received about ani' other place."
to care what orders are given you; the 10th ins't.. your resolution regard-1 When asked by Attorney Milverton what he did when he was sup-
you do just as yu please. lng the' oiling of Beretania street, from' ' -
Tl?e people who elected me are Fort street, to Richards street, I pro-1 (Continued on Page Right.)
holding me responsible and not you, ceeded to do the best possible, under B 3SSS$$$$$j$$s$4SS&$$$SS
and the balance of my term Mr. Wil- the then existing circumstances, by a. mea .
son, you do as you were ordered to do, finishing work 'elsewhere, which had
and not go from one place to another, been authorized, and by patching Be
just to suit yourself. retanla street preliminary to oiling,
If you cannot obey the orders of all of whhcb was verbally agreed to,
the board, then send in your reslgna- and sanctioned 1" Supervisor Quinn.'
tion. , As regards oiling Hotel street, the Ho-'
Yours respectfully, nolulu Rapid Transit & Land Co. will
J. C. QUINN. shortly proceed to change their road'
Wilson's letter: bed, which will interfere with opera-
Hnnnliilii T w Arli OB mill tions tliore. till thev Imvo retilinsted
The Honorable Mayor, and the. Board their track, Hotel street will need also'
of Supervisors. spiking and macadamizing prior to
Gentlemen: T resnpntfullr nnhmlt ollng.
herewith a cqpy of a communication In conclusion gentlemen, I am war- j vestlgations of Russian cases, wherein
addressed to me, as Road Supervisor, ranted In stating that I have always It Is alleged that Russian women were
by Supervisor J. 0. Quinn, as chair- carried out the instructions from your brought hero for immoral purposes.
, i honorable board a-s far as possible, and 1 There were crowds of Russian iiien
as unavoidable conwtions, and obsta-'and women about the corridors and
(Associated Prcst Cable to The Star.)
CIIRIKTJAXIA, May -1. Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt and son and
daughter were welcomed at the railway station here today bv the
king and queen. J "
.NEW ORK, May 4. General Greene, of Philippine war fame
and identified with the asphalt industry, is undergoing a serious on
eration for appendicitis.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 4 Forty-three Republican Senators,
nave agreed to support the administration program and will attempt
to pass most of the measures recommended by the President.
W;V?nirT(lT9.X?.D: - May 4'The biH Providing for the rais
U1, J . U' Sl S- Mai.ne s"k i Havana harbor prior to the war
with. Snain. and also nrovulliur fm. i,n iw,tini r c
Maine in the national cemetery at Arlington, has gone to the Presi
dent for his signature.
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ST. PAUL. Mav 4 Keller-. TJoniihUnnn ima imn,, oi,i
by 491b plurality. J
The United States grand jury was
occupied this morning chiefly with in-
8&S&BfflgB&2&. , des would permit of, and shall con-around tho statue of ICatnehameha in
tinue to do so, but expect that I shall the judiciary grounds,
receive ordinary courtesy, and thatj Tho RUSSan women who are en
myself, and the men under mo, shall gaged jn iramorai practices aro to bo
no longer be subject to disgusting deported.
language, without any reason therefor, j Qne adralttcd that she camo to
aii ui which is raurcuuiiy miu- Honolulu as the wife of a man who is
J. H. WILSON,
The most liberal policies.
Tho lowest rates.
Five of tho strongest companies.
823 Fort .Street
Nakamura and thlrlteon others wore
found guilty by jury In Judge Cooper's
court, this afternoon of being present
at aijambllng game. Two others In
volved were found not guilty. Light
foot defending. Tho guilty ovldonco
was purely circumstantial.
J. Walter Doyle, of tho internal re
venue department, tendered his resig
nation to Collector Drake several days
ago and will sail in tho Mongolia on
Friday for a visit to California.'
Others aro In lino
not her husband,
As to who Is responsible for tho im
portation of these women tho grand
Jury Is likely to bo unable to deter
mine, the solicitations of Atkinson anc?
Perelstrous to bring tho immigrants
here not bolng directly considered in
tho matter of. possiblo deportation ot
NEW RICE MILL.
The K. Yamaraoto Rico Mill is the
largest as well as the finest In tho
Inlntl'la All ninihln.... I . 1, '
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BY BILLY WOODS
Sam Kah, the native prisoner who
escaped from tho work gang in Manoa
valley two day. ago, was captured at
the naval wharf this afternoon by
Head Turnkey Billy Woods, of Oahu
Woods .went down to the wharf to
see some friends on the transport
Logan, and there espied and recogniz
ed tho man. When Kahl saw his old
lock-up man, ho made a wild break
away. Wood called to some natives
to help and tho man was captured
Kahl gave quito an interestlngstory
of his wandering sinco he broko away
from tho prison gang. The suit ut
clothes ho wore when captured was
stolen from a Japanese working for
Miss Davidson In Manoa valley. This
raiment was annexed shortly after tho
Another coat was stolen from a
house-on Kukul street.
Last night tho refuge slept In tho
Methodist church which is now In
course of construction, at tho corner
of Beretania and Victoria streets.
From the prisoner's own account, ho
came Into town not long after his es
cape and had bean dodging around tho
outskirts of tho city center over sinco.
T nmn nlimittn. In nlnir.. (nvnnln tT
I J4(illO DUUUlUUl lO UllllUDb IUIU1IUUIJ
latest pattern. The ramous Tengu. caused by rhoumailsm oi tho muscles
Rice is cleaned at this mill. With the, and yields nulckly to tho free appll-
large cleaning capacity they aro able
to handle considerable out-side parti
cular work which they gurantee.
1n Job PnnunE. Otar Orae.
cation of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
This liniment Is not only prompt" and
effectual, but in no way disagreeable
to use. For sale by all dealers, Benson
Smith & Co.', agents for Hawaii.
NEW YORK, May i. Refined sugar has advanced ten cents the
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 1-The Albanians have occupied Dia
kowa, the Turks sustaining very heavy losses.
(Special Cable to The Star.)
ST. LOUIS, May 4. President Taft has delivered an address favoring
conservation and has said that all projects of tho rivers and harbors bill
should prove tho practicability of tho great scheme.
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NEW YORK, May 4. The Illness of a witness, Parr by name, will pos
sibly hamper the prosecution of Helko, Secretary of the American Sugar Re
r INK ONYX HOSIERY.
A now shipment of Onyx hosiery has
been received by Sachs Dry Goo-la
Co. This is the finest li.. ur hosiery
made. All tho different populni i-ol-
ors and full line of sizes for women
Tho only baking powtfor
ma do with Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar
NpAlum, No Lime Phosphate
New Ankle Strap
Made in PATENT COLT and
GUN METAL KID.
Tho Comfortable Shapes and
Pretty Styles they como In as
well as tho Long Service They
MAKE THEM POPULAR.
Misses Sizes 12 om 2, $2. GO.
Child's Sizes S 1-2 to 11 1-2
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St., - Honolulu