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VOL. X. NO. 4039
21 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. JUNE 27. 1908-12 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
Pirates On Manuka;
Police Search Ship
Smith, ono of ttio pirates or the
I-ncly, went alui.inl tlio Manuka tills
muinlng anil struck the second stew
nril for a Job. There was nothing do
ing, anil the buccaneer escaped with
out being iccogulzed. Later, the
.toward tumbled, nnd there was ex
citement abo.tid. And when tho M
, nuku left tho duck there wns no aa
Fitrance, nbnolutely, that the men,
Smith and IhiEonbcrry, wcio not
Mimcwhere In licr, bound for parts
As soon as It was learned that ono
pf tho men had been seen aboard, the
police made n search for thent, going
nil over the ship, but without discov
ering nnyono at all who was not cm
ployed aboard or was nut on the pafc-
WHERE DID LIMINE
SIGHT TENYO MARU?
How fast Is tho Tenyo Maru trnv-
cling? Does anyone know? Appar-
cntly not. 'given this morning when the ulrecl-
The following wns received this or8 of the Kohnla Sugar Co. dt A
looming: meeting doclded to retire a batch of
Messrs. Hnckfold & Co., Honolulu. $30,000 of the bonds which the cor
Gentlemen: Our Kahuku wire-f poratlon hns still outstanding. Tho
lets station reports ns follows: He- date is Aug, 1.
tween 8:30 p. m. and 9:20 p. m., The bond Issuo of the company was
Juno 2Gth, the Lurllne and the Tenyo ortBinnlly $150,000 and was Issued
Maru had n long wireless talk. Tho Aug. 1, 1902. The term was a B-20-glst
of this was Lurllne saying to ycar onc tho bonda U0I1B redocm
Tenyo, "Don't forget to tell them" IluIo Aug it j907i nnij payable Aug.
(meaning Kahuku Btatlon) "to phone
Mntson Navigation Company that we
will bo In early Tuesday evening.
Tenyo Mnru failed to give nor
tlon. Tenyo Mnru finished by say- )ng oft $30,000 last year and follow
ing, "I wish you a happy dream." (nB tl,a up with n slmllur- payment
The following wns received from S.
S. I.urllne: "0-10 miles out; Tenyo
Maru now passing abeam; smooth
tea; wind moderate, making 12
knots. Kxpcct to reach San Francis
ici early Tuesday evening."
Very truly yours,
WIRKM3SS TELKORAPH CO., LTD.
A messago of similar nature, from
Captain Mntson, was sent to Custle
& CooUo this morning, sent about 9
Kahuku Btatlon Is quoted as say-
(Continued on Faze 4)
BAND AT HAALELEA LAWN.
Tho County band Is playing this nf
Ivrnoon at Haalolea lawn, whero the
lnuuimm salo and pol lunch Is being
given under tho auspices of tho Iolanl
Guild of Hawaiian ladles. Tho affair
lb successfully conducted.
For YOUTH and CHILDREN
Serviceable Suits For Young Men.
Becoming, well-made suits for children, in the Knick
We have the handsomest assortment for youth and
children that you could want to see, and at very attractive
Bring him in, we will fit him to a T.
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
CORNER OF FORT AND 'HOTEL STREETS.
r.cnger list. Still some people aboard
were inclined to think the men were
Tho Manuku has picked up n num
ber of stownways I itely, nnd seems a
good boat for gentry of the kind to
use ns a mentis uf a quiet get-away.
Thnt the pirates' would gladly get out
of tho Island at any eost there Is lit
tlo doubt, ns their second escape from
the guard-houso nt Koit Shafter yes
terday morning puts them In a woim
pickle than ever.
So It is jUBt possible that the Mu-
nukn has beon successfully boarded
The search was made about noon
today by Chief of Detectives Taylor,
Sleuth Keeves, and two corporal
from Fort Shafter.
KOHALA SUGAR GO.
TO PAY OFF
Anothor evidence of tho prosperity
of tho Territory In the BUgar lino was
, 1922. While under tho terms of
t10 trust deeti tjl0 compauy had only
j to pny off $1S, 000 of the bonds a year
l,, haa dono lust twice as well, pay-
Tho plantation Is enabled to tako
this step through tho good prlco
which sugar Is fetching this year,
nnd nlso In part through tho fact
that the output of the proporty haB
this year exceeded the original esti
mate of 4,700 tons, and will be an
qven five thousand tons,
GERMAN AUTO SOON
TO REACH BERLIN
TOMSK, Siberia, Tune 27. The
German car in the New York-to-Paris
automobile race, has arrived here and
expects to reach Berlin in twenty
CEMENT FOR Pearl Harbor Is be
ing loaded Into the Melanchton, to go
to Pearl City probably on Monday,
JAPANESE TO GREET
FLEET m DISPLAY
iQuestion Of Invitations
For Fleet Ball
Harmony prevailed nt tho meeting
of tho Fleet Hub-Committee on Enter
tainment this morning. Tho attend
ance was unusually large. The Jap
anese Fleet Entertainment Commit-
tee. through Dr. T. M.tamura. sent
a letter to the committee, which, on
motldn of Cnpt. Uces, extended Its
thanks for tho generous offer. The
text of the letter was as follows:
I have tho honor to reply to you
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nao ucciueu to express ineir welcome
to the Fleet, which Is expected here
on the 1G July, by exhibitions of 240
nreworKs, uotn on tne arrival anu uo-
paituro of tho Fleet, which will be
played at Kakaako Point every five
minutes and on launch off the harbor
every two minutes on average."
In order to receive tho Fleet in
grand style on the day of Its arrival
the Entertainment Committee decided
to ask the Executive Committee to
commit tho Executivo here with a
view of making It a public holiday.
The members of the Entertainment
Committee wtlWln tho meantime i.b
teitaln from the business houses It
such arrangements would be accept
able to them, Cupt. Hcrgcr, who'was
present, at Waldron's'icquest, stated
that tho good tiamo of Hawaii was
prominently known nil over the
world through Its band. The band
as It Is today was not sufficient to
keep up Its good name unless its
membership Is Increaeed. Tho Coun
ty Fathers were uppealed to nnd It Is
hoped that they would see their way
to reinforce the band before tho ar
rival of the Flcot.
The Invitations to tho Fleet Dall
will bo limited to the Territorial Ex
ecutivo and Secretary nnd the Army
and Naval officials. To none others
will Invitations bo Issued. The re
turns of Fleet tickets from other IsH
nnds have been large. The Pearl
Harbor trip by automobiles, etc.. Is
being attended to by Abrnra Lew If,
Jr. Richard Ivers of Wm. O, Irwin
& Co. offered tho former Wilder &
Co. rooniB, at tho corner of Fort and
Queen street for tho use of the men
of the Fleet.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 27.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, 10s. Od.
Parity, 4.28 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s. 101-2d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 26.
SUGAR: 86 degree Centrifugals, 4.25
cents, or $85. per ton. Previous cor
rected quotation June 25,
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s, 101-2d.
Parity," .4.29 cents. Previous quota
THE SCHOONER Spokano Is dis
charging iu HIIo!
Offices for Rent
with Electrio Lights, Janitor, and
Fort 8t. Bcnokrln
REPORTS lOOO MILES
The flagship Mnuua Kea came near
being smashed this forenoon when an
attempt was mado to place her on tho '
drydock. The vessel had been hauled '
up In her crndlo until nor roreioot
was out of the water, when suddenly
both of tho two two-Inch Iron cliulna
attached to tho crndlo parted, onu
h , , nOK(;thor out of tho
wninr .ho would have been bad dam-
aged, but ns it was she floated, and
was saved from running Into tho
dredger by quickly dropping her an
cnur. uamniu UUKIUllll UI1II .1. ,
If .-.,.. ......... tjnlll linl..nll tint (t..l
, , whon ,h,, ..npf., ., ln,i
narrow proiiia from dnuth. Tim
cnuie Was bidly damaged. It Is nos-
Biiu0 tliat no lurtnor attempts win
lio made hereafter to dock tho Mauna
Kea here, as sho Is thu largest vtuscl
with which tho attempt has out been
Secretary Garfield will leavo
4- Kauai for this port some time
this evening, and will arrive
here tomorrow morning. It
has been settled as a positive
fact, according to Secretary
Mott-Smlth, that Garlleld will
not leave Honolulu until he has
received his mall, which will
nrrlve hero on the Asia from
the Coast. The Asia may arrlvo
hero Monday, but bIio Is not due
TAFT AND WRIOHT
CONFER WITH ROOSEVELT
OYSTER BAY, L. I., June 27.
Secretary Taft and his successor,
Luke E. Wricht, were in conference
with the President today.
TO GET THAW OUT ,
POUOHKEEPSEE, N. Y June 27.
Harry Thaw, who was recommitted
to the tfatteawan asylum lor ine
criminal insane, was granted a sec
ond writ of habeas corpus.
MEXICANS IN REVOLT
EL PASO, Texas, June 27. The
Mexican revolutionists have captured
and looted Viesca, Mexico, and have
been renulsed at Lasvacos.
Our next Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phone 15.
Why Not Let
Look After Your Theatre Tickets!
EVERY DAY IN PASTRY AT
A. Y. CAFE
Employment Of Alien
Tho Democrats have followed up
the suggestion made by Secretary
Uarfluld at the time of tho prcsentn-
tlou of tho petition asking for a
change of tho present land law. und
TZTZ outTlneu" :
" ,,e8lrcJ "" aro "lneJ-
' nis letter, wnicn was preseiucu iu
the Secretary yesterday, reads In full
Honolulu. T. II.. June 2fi, 1908.
Hnn. .Tiininn 11 flnrflplil. Konretarv of
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n... w.iin.i n ,. i..., tii i Dm nui.
ier of tho land BVBtom of tho Territory
of Hawaii, and acting on your Biigges'
tlon, wc beg leave to present tho tot
Wo bellovo we can rest tho proof or
our contention thnt the land laws of
this Territory aro not only vulnerable
to tho gravest abuses, but aro incap-
nblo of securing thq results declared
by President itootovcit to no tne im
portant accomplishment In Hawaii, on
Governor Frenr's declaration In hla
Commercial Club address January 22,
1908. when speaking on a change In
our jlnnd laws, .ho jiald "there W no
danger oi getting anyimng worse mau
wo have got,
Wo como.theroforc, now to what wo
consider would bo a remedy for tho
evils and abuses that exist, and would
secure or at least tend to secure the
objects pointed out by tho President,
name y. to develop this into nn Atnori'
can community!!! not " a region of
larco estates tilled by cheap labor;
but it healthy American community of
men who themselves till tho farms
Notwithstanding tho fact that gravo
abuses have existed under tho Federal
homestead InwB and your Btatemont
based on your experlcnco In adminis
tering those laws we must accept. ns
concluslvo on that point we urge tho
extension of those; Iuwb to tlio pumic
lands of this Territory, ns tho most
prnctlcal means of abolishing tho
(.buses and meeting the needs that
you hnvo had presBod upon your at
tention overywhero you havo been In
those. Islands. In this wo do not dis
credit your Judgment, but we 'would
point out that there Is llKeiinooa,.oi
such amendments to tho Jedernl
homcBtcad laws as will prevent the
abuses urlslug under them and will
mako them sorvo tho purpose Intend
ed that they should serve, because tho
attention of Congress Is being directed
to those uvlls by yourseit ami irom ail
directions. While on tho other hand
thoro can bo little rational expectation
of such attention nud study being giv
en by Congress to our laws as will se
cure their needed amendment.
Whenovor, tho Federal homostead
laws are uroporly amended wo will get
th benefit of those amendments If tho
laws aro extended In their oporalion
to theso Islyands, This wo bellovo is
n very practical reason, growing out
of tho well known and perhaps Inher
ent exigencies of legislation. It Is eas
ier to get tho nooded relief and legis
lation when our cause 1b the common
REFRESHING DRINKS AT
J. liopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
To Wed Amoy Anin
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 27. R. S. Chapman of this city
will marrv Amoy Anin on Monday. Miss Ar.in is Chinese and her home
is in Honolulu.
Amoy Anin Is well known In Honolulu. She went to San Pinnclsso
to live during the hint year.
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Kams Miller, Fa.: McKi'llzIo, If.;
Irfimon. cf.; Vsnnalta, 2b ; Jonon, lb.:
Ilamauku, a; Fein, 3b.; Renter, rf.;
8t Louis lliHhneii. p : Joy, ro : J.
Williams, 3b.; A. Williams, as.; Eu
Gee, If.; aioatcn, lb.; l'lailu, rf.;
Rruns, c; Markham, cf.
Kama up Miller hit snfo ulong
Ill st, and Is caught out at lint. Mc-(Uio
ivenzie is oui on a loin, uiiiiuii nu n
safe bingo ovor tho second-station,
and Rill VnunnttuMs out ficm thfrd to
llushnell is out' from tho pitcher to
first. John Wl)llams slams out n sin
gle between second anlflrst. Harney
Joy wanders on four wide onea, Wil
liams goes, to 'third and Joy to rccond
on n pass, ball. Alt. Williams la hit b
a speedy ono from the pitcher and
takes his base. En Geo wns out on an
Infield fly, two men being on bases.
Pat Gleason fans tho ozone.
.,,.... in,a,.i. nuo , ,,. t wii.l
Ham's. Fern is out from second to
Plada flies out to center watermol-
cause than when wo stand In need uf
Going then further, but still striv
ing to present a concrete remedy, nnd
constructive rather than destructive
Criticism, wo urgo the earliest pos
slblo suspension of those portions of
tho Hawaiian land laws which permit
tho exchange or sale of public lands.
It Is under tliene two powers that tho
RroacuBt and gravest abuses of which
we' complain and of which abundant
evidence can bo produced, exlBt. Tho
power to exchnnge Is anomalous In
Anglo-Saxon law. So far as wo know
it Is a power vested In no other Amer
ican, executive, from tho Preetdont
Tho suspension of theso two pow
ers, will not keep public lands out of
use,' for theie Is still tho power to
lease t!(em und to glvo them by way
Further, wu urgo that as tho purposo
of' tho homestead law Is to put tho
public laud Into tho possesion of tho
individual American citizen bo that
by exerting his Industry iion it ho
may provide a homo and livelihood
and means of education for himself
and his family, that the Federal home
stead law should bo so amended as lo
bo a continuing safeguard to tlu,t
pdrpose; that tho conditions required
to maKo any piece or public land a
iw' HP j3e
Manufacturers' Shoe Company. Ltd..
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." TEL. '282.
on patrli nruns hits snro into left.
steals second, nnd Is caught out try
lug to purloin the third sack. Mark
ham grounds to II rat and Is out.
Heulcr Is thrown out at first by tho
f hortstop. Ixitn Is out from the pitch
er to first. Miller tiles out to the
llushnell la out, shortstop to first.
Johnnie Williams got a two-bagger to
lon-llcld fanco. It would lmu
Veen n home run had It not been for a
Blgu on tlio lence. joy lues out. A.
Williams Is out from tho pitcher to
McKcnzIo llles out. Lemon fnnned
the ' beautiful rainy atmosphere.
Vnnnatta Is out from second to first.
Eu Geo goes out at first, bcllig
thrown out by thu pitcher, airnson
Soob down on the namo play, pitcher
(Continued on Page. 3)
FIGHTING AT TABRIZ
TABRIZ, Fcrsia, June 27. Fight
ins has been resumed in this section
between the forces of the Shah and
homostead iu tho first placo should
rnntlnuo ns condition-.! to keep It n
homestead. Therefore that laud tak
en up cs a homestead should remain
a homestead, susceptible of subdm-
blon Into more homesteads as Im
proved or Intensive cultivation or
other considerations shall require, but
Incnpablo of consolidation to the ex
tinguishment of tho homestead qual
ity, Hucli n provision would eliminate
tho "dummy" nnd all other fraudulent
menua by which public lands are He
cured 'under tho gulso of homestends,
but really for the purposo of monopol
Itntlon. Wo urgo nlso thnt as tho public do
main belongs to the citizens of tho
country, and Ib given to Individual cit
izens In parcels In order thus to best
servo the Interests of tho community
as well ns of tho Individual citizen,
thnt thu Individual thould not be per
mitted to do what all tho citizens In
their political capacity will not tior
nilt themselves to do. As tho nation
will not grant Its public lnnd to aliens
but permits only citizens to secure It,
why should thu Individual citizen bo
permitted to do what tho nation will
not do? Therefore, wo propose that
ns only citizens enn acquire public
lauds In tho first place, only citizens
(or tliofo who hnvo declared tlielr In-
(Continued on Page 4)
Of Patent Colt,
With Mat Top,
This Blucher Bal has been tried
out and has proved itself worthy of
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