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VOL. X. NO. 399
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. MAY II. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
TAFT MAKING NEW
Made By Prosecution
In Waimea Mail Case
The trial of tho great Wnlmea mail
ubliery alleged to have been com-
milted by Muses uml Juslma Knkl In
taking placo this week It will be u
strenuous case, W. A. Kinney having
been letalnoJ by the defendants, and
luilli the iiriisccntlou and the ilofenso
nie understood to have bomu sttr-
pi lies up their sleeves.
Information nbout one of these was
Rained this motuing. when It was
foiiud that tho ofllcem of tho prose-
cm iim nnu discovered mat tne two .
I'Lvnuhva m ivftioici;.. mull niiim I
weio taken from the mutilated mall
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pouch had not been taken through
tlio cut which was niado In the bag.
thereby upsetting the entire original
theory, which wits, quite nntuinlly,
0. R.& t. May Take
Over Koolau Railway
While many of the plans of J. 1).
Castlo nnd the other gentlemen who
aro Interested in the development of
the resources of tho Koolau district
have been given to the public, other
plans, which have not as jet been
perfected, are still being kept dink.
Among these Is nn urrtingeiue'nt
which has been planned In connec
tion with tlio Koolau railroad, the no
gotiitUons concerning which have not
as yet been completed.
It appears thnt Castlo Is planning
to have the O.iliu Hal I road and Land
Company take over his Koolau rail-
Tho Senior class of the Honolulu
High School will pinrent their annual
llay on Saturday, Juno fitli, at' tho
Hawaiian Opera IIoumj, Tho play
produced this jear will bo tho clover
domestic drainn "Allce-Slt-by-tho-Flre."
For Summer Wear
OUR LINE OF LIGHT, STRONG,
Flannels and Tropical Worsteds"
At $4.50 and $5.00
Can't Be Beat in Honolulu for
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
, CORNER OF FORT AND HOVEL STREBTS.
Hint tlio thief bud silt the bag anil
taken the packages thioiigh the open
lng thus mailu.
The slit Id In the bottom of tlio bag
tight by the hniullo llxcil there,
which, In fact, partly covers tlio silt.
This silt la about Hcven luclieM long,
nnd It wns round thnt 'tho packages,
Jon account of their size, could not
have been taken through It oxcoot
with irrcit dlfllcnltv. A verv tnlnutu
mutilation of the silt wiih made by'encc in Immigration work nnd was
means of it microscope, as u result of
wi,iv,i, mc uilltUIB Ul II1U IITUSCCUUUU
beenmo absolutely convinced that tho
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regular oicnlug of the bag, and not
thinugh-tho silt ut all, as It showed
(Continued on Pue 21
I road, both the part which has already
Ii been conbtructcd us far ns Kahann,
and tho portion from thut point to
Knncohc, which Is still In embryo. It
Is understood on good authority thnt
the arrangement will probably bo
that the Dillingham interests will
.take over the Koolau railroad nnd
run It as n part of and In connection
'with the generul O. U. & L. Co. sys
tem for n certain number of year:
and thnt they will tuko chnrge of tho
construction ofthe extension of fio
, line from Kahuna to Kojieohc. At
(Continued on Page 2)
AiWney Thos. Kltch this morning
received a cablegrani from San Fran
cisco stating tho decision In tho sako
cases had not been given us yet. Ho
now hopes that they will bo decided
r - T - i
I Territorial Board
J. I). Ticnor, the Immlgrntloil
agent, who 1hh coma to Hawutl ut
thu lequest of the Territorial Iloa-il
of Immigration, 1 to Btart out todey
.on IiIh travels of Investigation,
Mr. Trctuir 11 mis thnt some people
luivo the Idoa that ho has come tn the.
Inlands at the direction of tlio Fmi-
eral Government. ThlH Is an error,
Mr. Trenor has no connection with
tho Federal Government, though woll
recommended by Federal officers who
know lilm. He nas had wide exuerl-
recommended to tlio Territorial inv
'ln..tlnn ...ll....llln .. n n K
Ullbl.lllUU tlllimil IVIUO IIB U
suited to Intelligently stud;
tudy tho local
situation and enlist Immigration
from the mainland. ,
Mr. Trenor starts out today wttb
Mr. 1'ctrte of Castlo & Cooke, going
first to Kahuku and gradually mak
ing his way through nil or the ma'
jorlty of the plantations of tile Isl
amis. Ho will make n thorough
(Continued on Page 2.)
KAPAA LANDS MAY
BE SETTLED SOON
Enclosing n letter from Colonel
Spalding, written from Singapore on
j April 9th, George Fnlrchlld has writ
ten to Acting Governor Mott-Smlth
and stated that he is making every
! effort to get into communication onco
inoi c with his principal, 'bo that ho
, may be able to place all tho new
phases of the Kapaa land exchange
offer beforo him and receive his an
swer. On account of tho fact that tho
Acting Governor feels confident thnt
Mr. Fulrchlld Is making every pos
sible effort to reach Spalding, nnd
that It Is not his fault he has not
done so heretofore, but simply be
cause of tho fact thnt Spalding Is un
reachable, Mott-Smlth has ntatcd
that he will allow n reasonable ex-
(Continued on Page 2)
Judgo Kouliikou this rooming stated
thut ho would soon file his application
for tho position of District Magistrate
at Hllo, to tnko tho placo of Judgo
Hapal, who bns resigned on account
of Ill-health. Hapal has hold tho po
sition for 35 years. There aro two
other applicants I. K. Hay and Harry
Irwin, tho latter being at present Bee.
ond maglstrnto there.
are yon trusting with the
success of your Business
A careful, honest broker
who carries out yonr orders
implicitly, is the best aid
you can have.
We are careful, reliable
STOCK and BOND BROKERS,
and YOU WILL DO WELL TO
DEAL THROUGH US.
ARREST IN OAKLAND
Was Officer Of Alleged
Harry I. Dwjcr. who Is well known
In Honolulu, whcie he resided for sev
eral oais, has been arrested In Oak
land on account of connection as vice
president of un alleged swindling cor
poration. Dwyer came hero to wire
ihe Young Hotel, being sent by the
Wyobro, llendy Company of San Fran
Cisco to take charge of thu contract.
Later on ho vvus einployed for u Hhort
tlmu by the von llaniin-Young Co.
Thu San Fruiiclno Uxninlnor in Its
isuue of April 30 runs a lnrgo picture
of Dwyer together with n two-couuim
article, part of which follows.
The United States authorities
snooped duVn on the offices of thu
Oakland Transcontinental Aerial Tel
ephone & Power Qompany yesterday
afternoon nnd anuslcd slx'of the pro
moters of what is alleged to be one
of tho most flagrant swindles of a de
cade. Tho ollices of tho concern weiu
located In lunms 203-2U4 Union Snv
ings Haul; building, In Oakland, nnd
tho men taken into custody and lodged
In Jail were Albert Jiuike, inventor
nnd president. Harry 1 I)')er, vice
president; Wade II. Shadburii, secre
tary; Albert (1 Itockel, treasurer; W.
II. and J. II. Allen unci Dr. It. V. llur-
duchy, solicitors At u late hour last
night none of tho nnested men had
been ublo to secure ball. t
Is Brazen Swindle.
Postal Inspector O'Connell Is nu
thorlty for the statement that the of
fleers of the concern aro guilty of one
of tho most brazen swindles that has
over been perpetrated upon an un
suspecting public. "It Is almost a
bhamo to inako such arrests, the
money comes too easy," was tho way
bo expressed himself. "Without a
vestige of anything that warranted tlio
claim that the' had patents nnd ap
pliances for telephoning around tho
world, as they advertised, or even
across San Francisco Day, they had
sold thouEauds of dollars worth of
stock to credulous people, and so far
ns I can learn havo divided the money
Tlio arrest was imo of tho most sue
(Continued oi J?age 4)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Hay 0.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, lis
71-2d. Pant- 4.46 cents. Previous
quotation, lls '.
Back up this mow.. ion t to improve
the streeto and tldtwalki.
S.S. "ALAMEDA," MAY 13,
will carry our next fruit shipment
to the Coast.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
We have ineluded College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Oar wa
pon leaves town for WaiWkl and
College Hills at 10:30 a. m. every
of this: We serve the best
BREAD and the best WA
TER in Honolulu with our
Prices: 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
Alexander Young Cafe
Mott-Smith Thinks He
May Have Important
News For Fleet
ctlug Governor Mott-Smlth thli
morning gave out u statement re
garding the work now belug dono by
Claudius II. Mcllridu for the enter
tainment of the Fleet, In which ho
says that Mcllrldo should bo given
certain amount of consideration for Between tne KepuMics oi tne Amcncm continent and tne importance of
vurlous reasons. At the meeting of Jhe Buneau. Secretary of State Root and Andiew Carnegie participated
the chairmen of the various Fleet.1" " ccieuiouics.
committees Saturday afternoon n ca
blegram to Mcllrlde wns authorized.
telling him to do nothing Until he
had received the proper authority:
"There appeals to be some misap
prehension us to what Mr. Mcllrldo h
doing In San Francisco In tegnrd tu
the Fleet entertainment," stated thu
Acting Governor this morning. "Ap
narentlv. thus fur. nntlilnir has been
concluded by him, ns his cables are
confined solely to asking for author
Ity and money to make arrange
ments. No such authority has as yet
been given, bIiico lt"1s necessary, he
(Continued on Page 2)
BROOKS FILES BILL
The famous Urooks-Wilfley case
nas ugam i u:i urongni ueiore me
public eyp o! Honolulu by the filing
of tho bill of particulars of the case
this morning by Geo. A. Davis and
15. A. C. Long, who are representing
llrooks In this city. Tho bill of par-,
tlculurs wns filed by the order of
Jtidgu De Holt.
The recitation of tho case Is given
In full, ulthougb the details, ure not
entered Into, and llrooks states tho
icasons he has for Instituting suit
ogulnst Wlllley. He Buys that on or
ubout the 10th of September, 1907,
Wlllley btuted In the presence of Con
sular olllclala In the ofllce of the U.
S. Consul ut Kobe, Japan, thut
"llrooks was and Is a fugitive from
lattice f torn Honolulu nnd dare not
return there." This statement was
made In tho presence of official
whoso names llrooks docs not know,
(CwtUced en Pate 8)
A oung married couple from tho
Stntes would llku to rent n small
cottage, completely furnished. Ad
dress "V", llulletln odlco. ' 3999-tf
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
order any one of the
drinks we have this
week, nnd you'll be de
lighted with it.
ilollister Drug Co.,
T jfl T JLD BEffDCB
(all hoallliR m III
PANAMA, Isthmus of Panama, Mny 11. Secretary of War Tnft is
arranging a treaty between the Reaublics of Colombia .and Panama and
the United States, with reference to the Canal.
CORNERSTONE LAID BY THE PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 11.
cornerstone of the new building for
ulThe President made a short address. iu
CRAZY SOLDIER KILLS THREE MEN
MANILA, P. I.. May ill. Private Bcachman of the First Cavalry,
stationed at Camp Stolsenburg, ran amuck today killing. Sergeant Honey'"
and fatally' wounding Privates Wilson and Woodward. Private Clark;,
was also slightly wounded. ' I v"j?
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 11.
'message to Congress today urging nn
States to participate in the investigation of opium in the Orient.
i mum i
ENTERTAINING THE FLEET urocceding according to the elaborate
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 11. program. The great number of vis
The entertainment of the Fleet is itors from outside towns continues.
ir, i ski urn i lit wm coi?
Our full line of new stock is now
ready to bo sold In our new quarters,
and vi uio ready to deliver the goods
Wii Invito all our friends to "havo a
look" and "glvo us a welcome." and
wo will endeavor to tho best of our
ability to servo our customers sntls-
faciorlly. Our usual high grade clgais
uml touacco with our enlarged Block
of tho same and better quality will be
I ,u,g .' , c,;,m, , mil, ,0()k ()Vcr
their now store, oven though sou do
i not buy.
(III tin 11 jl TWin tll.vtln P ,,fia tit An I ..
mi ME CHOSEN
The ease of tho United StaU.i
against John I'.irls. accused of malii
taming nn illicit distillery on thu is
land of Kauai, was begun In thu U fat
ed Slates District Court this morning.
Tho most of the tlmu was taken up lu
getting n Jury, which is comprised of
tho following: William W. Wall. Hor;
ucu Johnson, John Caffcy, Geo'
Dwlght, A. II. Afong, A. 11. Aigus. Al
fred II, Smith, Fred I.. Wnldron, i: J.
Weight, Geo. F. Fuller, K. A. It. ltosj,
II. II. Macfnrlauc.
On board tho bark Knlulnnl were
one nnd n half tons of smokeless pow
der for the Dl imnnil Head fortifica
tions. BULLETIN ADS. PAY Tt
QUIT POLITICS AND
Good, sound advice, isn't it?
Our advice to you in re this
No. 407 Gun-Metal Blncher
Bal. is just as sound. It is
made of good, sound material
all the way through, which,
coupled with honest workman
ship, makes it a safe purchase.
You can't go wrong buying
these shoes. Price, 54,00. We
have a large stock of them
and can All Island orders on
President Roosevelt today laid the
the Bureau of American Republics.
which he dwelt on the good feeling
INVESTIGATE OPIUM i , 'V$
President Roosevelt sent a special
appropriation to enable the .United
Atn meeting of tho officers of tho
Honolulu liaschall League held this
noon In tho offices of Thompson &
demons, n committee of two wns ap
pointed to take action In regard to ,
the acceptance, by the Japanese team
of "10 Kel" University of tho offer to
come to this placo this summer to
play ball, tho otter liuvlng been niado
to long ago, and nn answer nwatted
eo long, thnt It Is a question If It can
bo niado good, l'at Glensou nnd
Steer were made tho committee, may
will see various business mon about
town tit ascertain vvliat cun bo done
In the waj of finances, nnd may meet
again this afternoon to discuss plans.
"I think thnt we will bring tlicni
over here," said Glenson today, after
tho meeting. "Wo can't tell for :i
few d.i)s, however. The matter of
expense must bo gone over with tho
business men here."
At this meeting nlyi Charles Fall;
was nppolntcd a (ommltteo of one tu
select a press representative- for tlu
league, to tnko tho place of Kit (llcu
son, who hasn't tho tlmu for tho
A cablo from A. & II., Ltd , X. Y.,
tecclved Mny nth says: llellners
sro bidding for HC-degrco centrifugal
ugar, H-3. licet quotation, Us.
S 1-Id. lluern at quotation,
Fori -St. BcnoluW
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