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VOL. X. NO. 4038
HONOLULU, .TERRITORY. OF HAWAn,, FRIDAY. JUNE 26. 1908
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MRS, AFONG ON
Thompson Subjects Kcr
To Severe Cross
Mra. Along stated on the ntind this
afternoon tint i-ho had boon In thn
ctiBtmit of i:il3 Mil. llumphrejj th
..tun lit 3W pel Dion I li tin thu last
fight cai-s, mid thai iho lml glvon
thu cilh-jr (hlldro'.i suiiih of money oh
well uu io.il eUnlo mid huiHu furnish
ing. Cross examined liy Kian'i
' iiOjII rtiti, rlui m,iiitd that Lho ever
rilled Mrs. Hurns "mu.-deress,"
' thlir," in liny nllier rucli term. Bay
ing th it .it I Ion of Ihnt nature) were
hclow liir Shu vai) taken (iff the
i iniul tii . U) uu l AlhurlrAnvi: llt on.
Mrs. Jit'l Alois wu cm the witness
stand the, whilo oi this morning in the
Along case now i eli., lico.rd before
Judge l.lnlH.iy. TliOyVJhu, -whtc) Is
iiumeil lis (Jairlo li. 'TiIkk's v. Julia
Afong oc ill, huj Ubuhoil luolf Into
n caco or Mrs Dos.e II. burns v.
Afoiis et al. 'lho cjily part of Mrs.
AfongV testimony tiui morning mero
ly corioboi'ifl that of her diinshlors
who ha 1 hoc i on the stand lieforo,
telling .)!' thu various meetings which
vvcio lieli! In tho clloit to effect a com
piomlru in mousy mattera. I). I
Whlilnjton, Mts AfonjjB utt'irney, ex
amined hei directly, and bought out
M!oral Interesting facts.
rlni.lr, of iniiink-mr'iit vcnt nrr-
trlu cuint int'in this moiiilng when
Mr. A ron, i btnteil that l!us!o Hums,
during oiio cU nti' callu pt hur liiotliuPs
lioiiFO, "Bat uluunil enjoying herself,
oatlng. and UWI113 life easy,"
Mrs. Afohu uhn told of ireuntii that
cliu hn.l Klcn In Mrs. l)uriis,othur
llinn small (MltB, mult as Christmas
presents, etc. Sin.' snld that tho jears
ngn Blio made a tilp to San 1'ianciecn,
and her daughter Hostile, hearing that
hho wna In tho city, came oer and
htned with her for five necks, during
which tlino all her expenses worc'pald
by hur mother. And when the left
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The Tlect nxccutlvn Committee to
day approved tho recommendation of
lho Committee at I.argo that tho
looms In the McOruw bunding on tho
corner of Beretnhlu nnd Alakca
ctrtots, lu furnlElied with uecessaiy
uiltlug materials for the convenience
of the men of tho Heel. An nppioprl
ntlon wa3 $50 was passel. Monday,
the 2'ith, will ho made a day for the
completion of fleet program.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Tune 25.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s.
11 l-4d. Parity, 4.31 cents. Prev
ious quotation, 11.
Evening Dullatln 75 per month.
For YOUTH and CHILDREN
Serviceable Suits For Young Men,
Becoming, well-made suits for children, in the Knick
We hove the handsomest assortment for 'youth and
childrenthat you could want to see, and at very attractive
Bring him in, we will fit him to a T. j ,
CORNER OF FORT
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HAILI CHURCH. H1L0
Where Anniversary Ceremonies Are Being Celebrated by Representative
People From All Parts of the Territory
llllo, Juno 3. There will be n this kind. Tnbloa vlll lie tct to ac-
unnicl imliidc on Snturday moiiiluv, In 1
tho old time stylo, of the members ol
all the' Him py schools from l,aiiii
horhoe to Kulapann, tlieto lining off
ihooti of tan original Halil Cliutch
rouudod by Fathor Coon
Kollowlti'i the luiraile nnj mirth ti
the church fioni Moohrau park, will ho
uxerclsei In tho chinch vunslstlng of
Musing, ii'CltattUus und to forth, niiJ
apebchoj by Hon. W. II. Illco of'Kaual.
and Hev, W. D. Olsbn.
In tho evening. H,tttlin Armry. jv.
Tiut.itnirwi:i bo-gtven under tho itlrfl-- A,fl7 OJon ijiipji'lhat of, IviUKivLy
lion of Mrs. Iiolcn Sleinwn wl lilirlhna. ylilnlreUDg featuru 'ofi the
been training for many weeks Thflsc'rofylccrf will bo tiro sinking for the
wl.ti nro to tixe part. Thu cantutas
mo entitle I. "Knlnhow" nnd "Quee.i
of the Hose." Oeneral ndmlsslon will
be fifty cunts and reserved seats $1.
At 12;30 on Saturday will bo given
n Inau nt tho house of Hev. 8..U Mu
slin, and under his personal supervi
sion, which nf most 'people know, la
the best In tho woild in matters of
CRUSADE MAY HAVE
Prominent Business Men
.May Be Arrested,
Says laukea '
"I 11111 ready to enforce the law,
and t will do It If tho community still
vvnnts It done," Bald Sheriff laukea
this inoi ulri g, "but I want the re
former, its well ns tho business juen
who aie now deriving profits from
property used for Immoral purposes
to mideistnnd what this will lead to.
"Wo me now collecting ovldoncij
1 against tho place whoro prostitution
(Continued on Page 6)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
cummodate COO guestB.
On Sunday morning will bo held
the most Impressive ahj-probably the
most interesting uxccUcs of tho Jub
llen week, viz: tho unveiling of tho
hvo inon;oil;l vvlido'A3 reccnlly placed
In lho church r.f n cost of 15 0 each,
anil dedicated icspcc'.lvcly to the
mcmork'fl of Father Tlttis Coan and
I'atlier d.ynian. At tliht timu Key. 8.
D. Desha will speak upon the history;
M Ham Church, Hev. 8, Kapu; uiion
vnu m "uriijVi.'uiuur A.Wu,.analiOY
tirst tlino or join lis composed by Rev.
H. Knpu, nlisn of tho old hymns sung
vvheii tho chinch was dodlcnted in
ll.illl Church, tho corner ttone of
which was laid In 1857, was complet
ed In 1SC8, under tho Riipcrvlslon of
the late C. 1 1. Ulcjiardson an J tho, late
SAITO WOULD STOP
May Take Charge Of New
Bureau On Return
"Should I become chief of the Im
migration section of the Department
of foielgn Affairs of Japan, I will
stop.ull further emigration of Japan
cbu to othor countries."
Tho nbovo statcmont wns mado by,
Mll.l Salto, the Japanese ConsuLGen
cral in Hawaii, lie confirmed the
story that ho had applied to be re
HevcJ of his post heio. Although 11a
telily has been received from his
home government, Mr. Salto Is ex
pecting It evory momont.- It has been
currently reported hero in the Japan
ese community thut on his returnjo
Japan ho would probably be given tho
position of chief of, tho Immigration
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Offices for Rent
with Electric Lights, Janitor,' and
Fort Sr. Bcnoluh '
Bold Pirates Escape
From Military Prison
DuetcnUerrjtirt.l Smith, the soldier- was emntAand the birds Imd flown,
pirates, who afUr deserting from Kort r Tn Karil iiialnuinod nt thu iwst
Shafter, .,o.-Jr,. seiner Lady and fe- J- Jn-U-u
iiiwii im.uii innw ui jykiiiiiiiu. uuni
adtal .ttJUKher ctiiipter to their ndveu-
I K -..-L.'iftj':. t -l.t .
guard I'O.isu at
Shatter and aiu
nuw at large. .
nueicnberryrnnd Smith vero sent
to tjio Oahu Jatlhfor their piratical per-
farrnunee, bufjlset U'cdnesday they
vino rcei6Q(l.!frum that Institution
on taking the bor, man's oath. The
military authorities' wero, however,
watching out fr them, and us soon
lis they wera itfbated from Jail, they
vvoio brouulitvtB) )'ort Slinfler In order
ihnt (hey nilgUtiie tried by court-mar-
tl.il tor descrtloai fled the 'police of the matter, and a
i lie twii pirait's vvcra consequently hunt Is nuw being rondo for tho men.
locked In' the guard houm awaiting Their pictures nnd descriptions tmvu
their trial, but their a 1 venturous spir- been tent to tho deputy sheriffs In (ho
Its coul4 not stand tho confinement country districts, nnd It is thought
lung and this rooniliirf when the guard that tho pair will very soon bo appre
catne to take a look ul them the cagohended.
Speedy Run Clogged
f itrtoois' Boilers
The speed tho St. Louts made.
down heio did not do her boilers any
good. Though she made the trip In
good time, and at the rate of 15
knots per hour, she Is now getting 11
thqrougu overhauling in her boilers,
and a grent, amount 'Of rubbish Is be
ing taken from the tubes. Soot and
cinders had them pretty wMl clogged.
A pilo of this stuff is growing up nn
tho wharf steadily, nnd has been fur
some time. Not only this, but a few
gratings ure on the wharf, also taken
out of her.
In this connection, It Is remarked
that plans have been changed a num
ber of times In regard to how she Is
to be used in helping the Secretary's
trip, each change being for delay In
the time when the vessel Is to be
moved. Now It seems that she Is not
to go to Kauai at all, but Is 'to Ball'
directly from hele for the Coast
with ant-field. Tho Secretary will'!
mako the trip In the, little Inter-Island
boats, while the roomy and
steady warship lies ldlo at the
wharf, wllh coal In' her, apparently
ready for sen, - '
The officers on board deny that tho
condition of the boilers Is causing
any delay, and say that she could go
to sen at any time.
On'the way down here.'tho evapoi
ator went wrong, ami-all water used
on board, even foj drinking, had to
bo, boiled, The use ot this water
would also helptto put the boilers to
the bad, "
In tho'meanwh)le, the citizens who
Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7.
Island Fruit Co;,
728. King St. 1 , Phone 15,
Why Not 'Let
i ' Territorial
Look After Your Theatre Tickets t
EVERY DAY IN PASTRY AT
A.. Y., CAFE
Hours. These mstructlons wcio car-
rled out, nnd the guard aw the pair
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in llietr ri'lt nt o'clock thin mom
Ing, but when ho looked again at 5
o'clock tho. place wa empty. It was
found that the adventurers hail suc
cueded In escaping by climbing
through a ventilator which led up
through thcioof. .Thls.plpi) is only
twulvo Inches wide, but as there were
no bars through It, such us (hero
should have been, according to thu
opinion ,of tho ixijlce, they managed
to squcezo through,
Thu military authorities huvo tintl-
aro trjlng to keep track of the ar
rangements for-Uarflold's trip to Ka
uai arc kept guessing.
Another bunch of dividends wero
lalsed this morning, making a total of
six plantations which have mado
such welcome announcements to their
stockholders during tho past two days.
Two -of theso aro under the agency of
tho Ann of Alexander Baldwin,
namely Haiku and Pala, which have
both raised their monthly payment
from ono to one and a halt per cent.
Yesterday afternoon tho dlrcctou
of (he Pioneer Mill Co., had a meet
ing at which It was decided to ralso
the monthly dlvldond from one-to two
per cent. All Uioso changes wll take
effect J illy 1. Tho announcement wns
also maderthat tho Koloa plantation,
which, llko Pioneer, Is a Hackfeld
rlantation, wouU pay a lutoclal) divi
dend of flvo per cent.
On the stock exchange this morn-'j
Ing tho principal feature was tho sale
of throe blocks of Olaa 6 jer cent
bonus, xio.uij,' iiu.ouo ami sis.ooo re
spectively, at $92, a raise of one dol
lar stnoo tho-last sale-
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185 S..KING STREET.
At Cleveland's Grave
PRINCETON, N. J., June 26. Without eulogv, sermon, or song, the
lemains" of ex-Presidcat Cleveland were buried here today.
The simple burial service of ths Presbyterian Church was used, the
ceremony tildn? place at 5 o'clock this afternoon. '
President Hocsevelt and the Governors of New York, New Jersey,
and Georgia were pre::nt, together with the leading citizens of Prince
ton. "The funeral hoveysr, was chiractcrizcd by rleid simplicity.
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'Varsity Ball Players
Are Going To Tokio
-SPOKANE. Wash., June 26. The University baseball team will go
to Japan in Aueust to nlav a scries of canes nt the invitation of the Ifm.
Terslty of Tokio.""
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'SEATTfcE, WaJ.r June 26 The records of, this port show-that toe"""""'
American commerce1' with China and Japan is the lowest in yean. -l
k I k . 1 1 ' ft35
LEXINGTON. Kv.. Junel2Q.
nutted suicide here today.
GIVEN NATIONAL HONORS
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 126.
unvuuuui me vuumij uicu uuu-uuur guns uunng me any ana forty
five guns at sunset in honor of the late Grover Cleveland.
Garfield Will Speak
About An Hour At Aala
At 8 o'clock tonight promptly Sec
retary Qurflold will address the pea
plo of tho Territory under tho aus
pices of the KxocUtlve Committee of
tho Jtepiibllcan Central Committee.
He wyi spe'ak for almost an hour, nnd
will Immodtutely after his speech be
taken on board the W. 0. Hall, which
Is to Icavo for Kauai on the stroke
The meeting at Aula l'itrk will
open at 7:45 o'clock, when II. 12.
Cooper, who will net ns chairman,
will Introduce Governor Krear, who
wlll-nmke a shoit'eddresJ, preceding
that of Secretary Garfield. After
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Henrv Miller.- apH IfU vr. --m. . l
Th warships and military posts V
Uurflcld has spoken. Delegate Kalnnl
nnuole will innke a speech, which will
be of it non-pollttcal nature
Kxcellcnt arrangements have becn
mnde for tho great event by the Ex
ecutive, Committee, and the comfort
of the audience will be provided for
In every way, and the committee will
take especial pains to see to It that
every voter who ntttenda Is given n
Bent. The Hawaiian Hand will ndd 11
touch of gayety to the event, and
the sccno will bo Illuminated with
largo and brilliant blow-lights.
Shortly after 9 o'clock this morn
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Of Patent Colt,
With Mat Top,
This Blucher Bal has beeii tried
out and has proved itself worthy of
your confidence. 1 '
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