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VOL. X. NU. 41)42
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY I. 1908
PRICE 5 CENTS
SAN FHA1ICISC0, Calif.. July 1. The second division of the Pa
cific FleM sailed for Southern California today.
WASHINGTON, D C, July 1.
the Philippines today succeeded Taft
SAN FHAHCISCO, Cclif., July 1.
Vice President Bartnett of the Cali
fornia Gafo rnd T)epo3it Co., who
was found guilty of embezzlement of
the Coltoii securities last week, has
teen sentenced to ten vcara' impris
onment in the penitentiary.
ORCHARD'S NECK SAVED
B0I3E, Idaho, July 1. The
death sentence of Hairy Orchard has
been cummuted to life imprisonment.
Orchard confused to fearful crimes,
nmont; which wee the killing of cx
Governor Steuncnbere. His commu
tation of sentence was 'due to the
fact that his testimony was the
backbone of the nrosccution of Moycr
LltsiciilnK II' 'I' win. tluov u on
Hie sugar Industry In South Africa
In tin iiftor-liiiK heun till, given by
Dr. David Itusscll, I ho missioning
fiom C.i;i(. Colon , at the ('oinniciclnl
t'luli tills noon.
Dr. Kus3cll was intiudiKod by
I'lPJlUont 0. J. Smith. In imiklng
the Introduction, Mr. Smith mention
pit tlio fnet thilt to evangelist li.nl
Icceiitly met Mr." lirjan, our next
l'i evident orulhoi wise.
Aftpr thanking tlio club members
for their com tuny, anil mentioning
tumo of the pirtlcular of hi., recent
tihi tlimtnrh tin, I'liltpil Kliilou In,
wild In rofoirlng to his coming to
lliwull: '1 camp. I saw, unit I was
in J Bit M IB El R H
Comfcit during the Summer months depends greatly
upon the Underwear you have on.
Our WEBB KNIT UNDERWEAR is light, cool, strong,
MORRIS UNIVERSITY SHORT-SLEEVED COATS.
SCREEN'S ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS.
FRENCH WHITE BALBRIGGANS.
The Piices On These Goods Have Made Them Popular.
CORNER OF FORT
E:c-Ocverncr Luke E, Wrip.ht of
as Secretary of War.
' NEW YORK, N. Y July 1. Mae
Wood, who claimed to have been
married to Senator Piatt, was today
indicted for perjury and forgery com
mitted in the effort to prote herself
the .wife of the Senator.
SAN EUAHCISCO, Calif, July K
Thomas 11:11, the artist, is dead.
Thomas Hill was bom In lllrnilng
linm, llugland, on September 1 1 111.
1820. Dp was famous for his lantl-scap.-s
ami painting of Western
scpiipi-j, espo-lully nioiiml tlio Yi
hi'iiillu Vnllej Ho rci lived twciilj--.,no
medals (luring his lifetime.
Dr. Itusbcll said that ho went to
Aflllll III IXTll. HTIMMlllllEr thn llPHt .10
yc-us of Ills llfo thero. Ho went ov
er brlully tliu fctonny history of tho
(ountry of which ha was talking,
mentioning the numerous wars which
liuvo mailo that history run with
blood, anil culminating in the III It-Ish-Jloor
"Hut Vo will ni)er have another
lino war between white people.-! In
IVmtli Africa," ho said, "l'icstilnnt
Itoospvclt asked mo, whon I met him,
how tho Ilrltlsh unci HoeV races aio
assimilating, f told him that they
two assimilating vep- well: Hint my
I own Mill, Willi its II lllll-uiuuii iiimnii
pl.mtor. Is going to marry n full-
(Continue! en Page 4)
AND HOTEL STREETS.
in afqng case
Henry Afone: And His
Wife Gn Witness
llmr Afor.g, railed osteidiiy r.f
leinoon. wiib IJio first wlfhess named
hy I 'rank Tl'onipscn. who 13. loprc-
'Bciillng Mrs. ltosslo II. llir.nn. Ilia
(Statements on tho stnnil, brought out
lb) Thompson on tilled examination,
i new vUicmient, to say tlio least, mid
his stoij ill.l nut altogether tally with
the- tales told of vtuloiis meutlugs of
, (ho fnnilly by tho other children.
frank Thompson goutly led tlio wit
ness up to tliu alleged "scandtilous"
happenings at the Nutinnti rer.hleuco
of Mrs. Afong, but after Heniy Atone
had told about four of tho nuns-ln-law
being called ' "inunlercrs," by Ills
mother, the Court titled that Mils mil
Itr should not bo gone Into any fur
I His rtoiy of tho meeting when the
' compromise agreement between the
children was Blgned, was graphic. At
ono tlmo, just before .Mrs. Alice
Hutchinson was to sign the agree
ment, some ono opoko to her about It,
mid uho Is said to have answered; "I
i lime been a d u Tool all my life,
jimd I might a: well ho ono now." Tlio
two inwysrs no wero icprescnung
Mrs. Afong at the time, wero known
as Robjuson Crusoo and his man Fri
day, according to Henry Afoug's tes
timony. SjHonry Afong was subjected to te-
rvafi-swosaexatnliiatton this morning
by Jim go I'orry, who attempted to
provo that tho witness had perjured
himself In u certain statement, relative
to the signing of the conipiomlso
agreement. Stenographic teports of
jesterday's doings were lead In Court,
and loi a tlmo it looked as If tho wit
ness had made a bad mess of affairs.
(However, this was straightened out
in a gieai negree oj iiiiuupsou on re
The calling of Mrs. Henry Afong on
tlio stand created n stir, fur It was not
thought Hint she would bo brought In
to tho rase. She, llko her husband,
was a very willing ami btralnhtfoiward
witness, nnswoilng questions without
any show of hesitation. Tliu most
mauling thing about her testimony
was that regarding a conversation be
tween hursolf and Mrs. Afong about
the tlmo that Mugoon Is alleged tu
hno choked tho latter. 1'iom tho tes
timony, which was of scandalous na
ture, it would appear that Mrs. Afong
had misrepresented mutters to Mrs.
Henry Afong. Tho Introduction of
lertlmimy regarding this conversation
was objected to by Wlthlnglon, who
icprobeuts Mrs. Afong, on Uio ground
that tho Court had already madu a
tilling excluding nil unclean state
ments, but tho action of Judge Lind
say, favored Thompson In this In
stanco, for ho stated tho matter was
now brought up lu a new light, show
lug that Mrs. Along Intentionally de
ceived oi tain of tho parties In the
Com I adjourned shortly befoiu
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 30.
SUGAR: 88 analysis, Beets, Us.
3-4d. Parity, 4.32 cents. Previous
quotation, 10s. 9 3-4d.
The new Accident Policy of the
Standard Insurance Company pays
$5,00 for each $1,000 of the-principal
sum for medical attendance where
the injury docs not result in either
disability or death, but does require
Insure through the
li Hawaiian Trust
MAKES NEW RECORD
FOR CUSTOM HOUSE
.Itino tho .ir.jbJooi'S, closed nn-
t other reeord-llreukliiR jpar nt
tho Honolulu UJtiiin liouM.',
f The olllclalstof tho department
will not glvo out the figure!! of
tho collection- Jiuulo during tlio
, present flscul jrar but It can bo.
.Hinted on the best of aiilluirit)
that tho lmpiyf, duties collected
will amount Id) approximately
-f $1.549 373. J
This Is the! Mshest figure on
lecord and again i proves the valtio
f.of tho Territory of Hawaii as a
revenue pioddcer for tlio Federal
government. ! -f
f. Last juir' Honolulu Btood
f invltih mining the itirts of tliu
country In tho' order of tho
f amounts colletted Tlio others
will have to gfln ronslderablo to ,
prevent this port advancing a
point this year.
" CHOLERA IS SPBEADING
' MANILA. P., I., July 1. Cholera
, has spread to the province of Nueva-
cij'a, but has not yet reached Manila.
I AIRSHIP STEERABLE
LUCERNE,' Italy,. July 1. Count
Zeppilin has mode a successful test
oi a stecrauie nirsmp.
TABRIZ. Persia. July 1. There
was fighting in the streets today
with eiphty killd.
' 0NLYJ2 KNOTS
Last night, tho St. IXiiils was again
heard from, at tho Kahuku wireless
station. This time, tlio.clhcrgr.im wuii
dated K:."5 p. m., and stated that hhu
was 320 miles out, and making 2
This shows Unit uho Is tiling for
no record, and seems to bear out the
story, not officially confirmed while
the was hero, that shu hud her hollers
lu rather bad fix after her speedy run
down hoi i
At the meeting of tho Fleet II
ecutlvo Committee this afternoon, It
was decided that notices of welcome
bo pi tnted fin distribution to those
who dcslio to welcome thn men of
tho Fleet during their stay here. Itov.
John V. Wiidmiin wrote to tho com
mittee Informing them that the Ko-
lean Institute on I'uuchhow! street
near llerotanl.i would bo open to tho
men of tho Fleet
There being no other matters tiro-
Minted, tho meeting adjourned. 1'ies-
out wero Ceotgp It Carter, H. !
Wood, A I.. C Atkinson, .1. P. Mor
gan, C. II. Dlikej, (ieorgo V Smith,
Col. Jones, and !' I.. Wnldion.
Judgo Lindsay's Court:
Afong case; continued.
Judgo Uoblnsons Couit
John Marks case, continued.
Judgo Dole's Court:
Judgo Do Holt's Court:
Torrltory v Manuel Ciuz: trial con
tinued. A panic In the llionx zoo lu New
York wiib caused b the explosion (if
a box of matches which nn elephant
tried to eat
WANT ANYTHING TO EAT,
HERE'S WHERE YOU'LL
GET THE VERY BEST.
A. Y. CAFE
MUST FACE COURT
9r. Burnham Charged
With Running Into
Another uutonioblllst fell Into tho
clutches of tho police today. Tills
tlmo It was a lady, Dr. Mlnnctte
lliirnhnm. the superintendent of the
Chinese hospital. A penal summons
was Issupil against her this forenoon
charging her with heedless driving,
because slip knocked down with her
automobile a Japanese on Hotel
Tho Jnpanesp, who was not badly
hurt, arrived nt the police station
shortly after the accident had taken
place and swore to tho summons. Ho
gave through an Interpreter the story
of the accident as follows:
"I am a storekeeper from Alea, nnil
I camo-to town this morning with a
one-horse bral.o to buy goods. My
rig was standing outside Murakami's
store, and I was busy loading goods
Into It when the accident happened.
I was standing on the sidewalk by
tho lirnkp,when the automobile came
nlong bound for l'alama. It ran
right Into tho side of my rig,. which
wns telescoped together, t'waa struck
by tho rig lu thn abdomen and
fainted. A 'man who wpa In the
auto came up, tP.,.mo. audUfolt mjr
sldo to see If 1 was hurt'. Ho' said
that It was the fault of the car track.
It was n lady who was driving Hip
The number of tho car was IMG.
It Is understood that tho pasKengcr
referred to was Dr Moore.
August F, 111 -or has filed a suit
against S. Yokomlzo and K I'ashllo
for damages on Two counts, amount
ing lu nil to $3,100 alleging that they
filed, on explosive lu the neighbor
hood of his houses, damaging them to
a great extent and also by so doing
caused groat annoyance, danger and
terror to himself, wife, and daughter.
Clem Qulnn Is nttorncy.for the plain
Tho month of Juno wns record
bl caking for recording fees In tho
Depurtiuont' of I'ublle Canvc.im ph,
the sum of money received, for this
purpose amounting to $377.25. Tho
mo.st of It came through tho cane
Our next-Fruit Boat
KOREA, JULY 7.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. Phjoe 15.
Drug Co., Ltd.
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KING STREET.
TOSH r RflPF''Sft iBEnf
Idlill MMmU urn
The claims against the Tcrrltoi '
of P. J. I.owiej. .1 It Cis.Ie. and W
O. Smith, tiustees, l. $15,000 .
nn alleged broach or ng rcment tv
tho (!ov eminent in tho matter of the
running of, tho l.alialiiahina School,
was today knocked out by tho Su
premo Court. The breach of agree
ment alleged Is that since 1903 the
Territory has hanged tho Institution
to nn agricultural school and has
taught no religious doctrlno what
ever, nor sound' lltoraluio nor solid
Bcloncc, while originally tho tr.fiiEfer
by the Iloatd, of which tho trustees
claim to bo the successors, of I ho
lauds and tho tchool bulldlnc'i, fur
niture, etc., wns made to tho tioveni
ment on tho condition that It would
continue the Institution fur the cul
tivation of solid science ami sound
lltcruliue, and wduld not teach tiny
lellglotts tenet or doctilno contrary
to those hitherto taught, and that In
cnso'of nonfulfllmpiil of th.so condi
tions the propert) should revert to
the Hawaiian Mission, or tho liov-
ornm, nt should at Its option pay the
uiim tt 1 1 r. nnn I
The defendant's deuiuirer to the
petition was . -sullied ton tho ground
that no condition was msulo which
required the-Govcrnmcnt to give ic
llglous Instruction, but merely that
no religious doctrlno contrary to
tlmso formerly Inculcated should bo
taught, and that tliu agreement to (
tench thoie brunches otherwise than I
they would lie required to bo taught
That there will be a strenuous fight
put up tn oust I)r l U. Corcr from
his Tonltorlal position ar l't -sltlciit
of tho Hoard of Health has now iK
oloped as a result of the letter hand
ed to Attorney General Hemiiiuny by
Judgo A. S. Humphreys vcslerday.
Judgo Humphreys slated this morning
that tho notion had not been iubtllutcd
by himself, but that ho vvno merely
acting for other parties. Who these
aro, ho did not euro to stato.
"While I do not wish to go Into the
matter lu detail as jet" Humphreys
said. "I will tay that tho action
against Dr Cofer has not been started
by mo, nor am I actinted hj ntiv reel
ing personally against Dr t'ofer or
tho government 1 am lopresentlng
clients and am carrjiug out their
wishes In the matter. I do not think
that my clients urc tak'-tg this action
as a result of personal feeling, but I
do not doubt for u moment but that It
will result In Dr Cofer's reilicjitpiit
It Is belloved that. b( shies tho stnl
nto cited In Huiuphipjs' loiter con
Humphreys Certa if
Dr. Gofer's Mmm
Our long-dclaycd shinment of the well-known "Broad
walk Barefoot Sandals" have nnived.
We now have them in all sizes, both in Black and Tan.
Prices from $1.25 to $2.50
Manufacturers9 Sloe Oompariv. ltd,.
1051 FORT ST. "The Reliable House." TEL. 292. i
. i I i ml a school ot
up, up-emo Court
i lli t on the demur
mid lh.it in view of tho
It . uiust.iiK es precpdlng
i nd the construction
placed upon It hy both parties,' tlio .
agreement leeulred tho giving of re
ligious Insiri et on "upon tho linen
rotuiptlv purs'icl by the mission and
subsequently b the (lovcrumoilt'."
" "The rnute." says a tho ''opinion,
"having been remanded wlth'dlrec-,
tlons to piocrtid In conformity with'
tho opinion, bns been heard upon a
largo amount of documentary und
other evidence "
Tho opinion 3003 on to'stnto nt
gloat longth tha llndlngs resulting
fiom tho review of this evidence and
nrrlvcH at tho (oncluslon that "th
only sai Ions questions nt Issue nto
whether there Ins been a breach ot
tho contract In-question; If so, whe
ther this action li barred by tho stat
ute of limitations; and whether the
deed fiom the, American Hoard to tho '
pluintlffs gives them n right to main
tain this aillon." .,
The opinion goes on with a review
of the vailous evidence heard nnil
states that ' unless tho condition
prescribes the amount und extant ot
rollglous Instruction It has not been
broken. Prom IS77 until tho prrjout
date the (oursc of religious Instruc
tion his been substantially tho
same" l-'tii iloi on It h.ijs. "So far
coining the elli. bltitj of Di Cofer to
bold the lio-afloii. nnother itnlni will
,be broimht up agulnst him li Is mat
.rd on good nuthorltv that In Cofor
has In en iliuwln lb" sum or 11 JO por
I month from the Teirltorv undpr tho
Head of "porsonal expenses.' while,
when he accepted the position, he stat
ed that hntfuould servo without pay,
and by so doing Ufco n heavy load
from tho tdiouldpra nf lb., invminm
The I cglsliiuro h.id approprlat.-d tho
sum oi ?i-,.j per mnniu ror tlio Presi
dent of ih,. Iloird'of llonlth. and It
was lniirb cnminpniml mini, nt ,r,r.
tlmo of Cufer'B appointment that thlrt
iituoiint would bu r.aved tho Torrltory.
It is UlldeihtOOd that Hid',) r..nr..cai,r. .
'il a IP' hni i
1KI I' ultuu
111.. 1 ii.
vii ed i h
i pi on the gn
Inz till. lirnROPtlMnn nt ttin '., .c .-111.... 1
uii'lh M lllia Jll.lilPI,
Attorney GVneial llemcnway la'
working on the m.itfpi tnu n,nri,t,-
I. !... .... ,1.1. ......
T)l. Till, It. u fif tl.nan I... .n l.n,.t...,i
mo enort win bo known ns soon bbv
detlnlto action Is taken. There. y i,
hnidly nny doubt but that permission i
iu mi auow (hi Humphreys to Instl-i v
Into quo wnrraulii proccedlmjs. W ,
923 FORT ST., Honolulu