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Manuka Aug. 13,
VOL. X. NO. 4070
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. AUGUST 4. 1908-8 PAGES
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OPPENHEIM, Germany, Aug. 4. Count von Zeopelin landed from
his airship on an island of the Hliirie after a flight of twelve hours over
several cities and covering: a hundrei miles. He had perfect control of
his airship and after a slight repair of the motor will proceed on his
DUBUQUE, Iowa, Aug. 4. United States Senator Win. B. Allison
died here today of heart failure. The Senator had been in poor health
for some months.
, , William Iloyd Allison wan bum In Terry, Ohio, on March 2, 1829.
Ho wan admitted to the bar In 1850, and practiced in Ohio until 1857,
when ho moved to Dubuque', Iowa. Ho was elected a United State-) Sen
ntor lu1873, and has nerved continually tlnre Hint time up until his
death. Ho wob the oldest mcbor of tho Senate, llo was re-elected to
tho Senate at tho recent session ot the Iowa Legislature.
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BRONSON HOWARD DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 4. Bronson Howard, the author; is dead.
Howard wax born In Detroit on Oct. 7. 1842. Ho-was tho author
of; seventeen comcdlci nnd dramas, all of them attaining n certain, degree
of 'fame. ' '
QUAKE IN ALGERIA DOES. OREAT.PAKAGE
' CONSTANTINE, Algeria, Aug. 4. rA severe earthquake occurred .
here at 9:20 this morning, doing great dama:ft'and oausih? the loss' of
many lives. '. '. ' ' , . ,
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SANjdUENTIN; Calif., Aug. 4. Boss, who escaped a, few.days ago,
has .been captured. He was an exile from Sahalin an'd was' in. prison
. for bunrlary. . , ( ) , , I
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 4. Cabrera has released forty-three po
litical prisoners. '
FERNE3, British Columbia, Aug.
lag in the thinly settled sections.
Hawaii and Kam"
In Close Contest
Tho Kamchamcha passed tho whis
tling buoy In Hllo harbor ut 4:55
p. m. Sunday afternoon, Aug. 2, and
passed the bell buoy In Honolulu
harbor at 9:26 p. m. Monday, Aug; 3.
Tho, Hawaii passed the whistling
buoy In Hllo harbor at 5 o'clock Sun
day afternoon and crossed tho line
from the bell buoy In Honolulu liar
bor at 9:21 p. m. Monday, making
the run to port In 28 hours, or
22 6 hours from the ttmo a fair
wind was encountered.
The Gladys left Hllo harbor about
an hour after tho Hawaii and Kn-
need a suitt We can show
you the finest in the city
the latest styles, single and
double breasted, fron
They are custom made in
the latest styles, of good, hori-'
est cloth, for a good, honest
Come and see them, Sir!
I The look V
Corner of FORT and HOTEL.
4. The forest fires are still burn-
mehameha and arrived In Honolulu
harbor at daylight this morning. ,
The run of the yachts Hawaii. Ka
mehameha, and Ql.adys from Hlio,
although not a formal race, was one
of the prettiest contests a between
the Hawaii 'and Kamehameha that
could be Imagined.
The race was between tho two big
yachts. Out of Hllo Hay the
wind wob light and the seas
running high, nnd by nightfall
the Kamehameha was out of sight In
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IADB IN new.YOKlC .'-, i
I Exchange Being Arrangec
And Oihir Matters
Appraisers will be appointed soon
by Governor Fruar for tho purpose ot
determining tho valuo of 866 acres of
land on" Mint known nit tho Omaoplo
lands, and this tract will be exchanged
lor pineapple lands for settlement pur
poses adjoining tho Haiku plantation.
The OinaopliT lands have already been
survnyed, and tin work of appraising
will be started In the near future. The
land h dry, but suitable and handy to
'ine government gets the lands ad
joining Haiku In fee simple and will
then exchango for the above-named
lands. This Is done so that tracts
Sllltabln for ll1pm..iit mirnniM nv
bo secured. The dlroctors of the Makawoll
Apropos the roasts which Governor plantation' have decided to redeem a
Krcar stated this morning aro Some- tiirther 2OO,O0O worth of the out-
tlmes banded out becouso of alleged etsndlng bonds of that concern. The
ffET vbay.!huKn7bernrib. ft rM ',, "" ! 0l
acres ot land comprised tho sum and whlch- un;" thu ,lmc- WW". "as
total of all that hud been given In outstanding.-
exchango by tho Territory through tho, Tho books' of thoHawnlhn Cotnmcr
Public. Lands Uep.rtment Muring the olal will tie ppen for transfers torpor
past year. -, . , , n row o'nd. ojosed, agnln till aftor the ex
it. P.' Baldwin and J. P.Cooko called tra dividend Is psld.
on wio ' uorernor. mis morning regara-i
Ing certain' lands Ualdwln has offered i
to surrender tho lease, of 336 acres of
pasture. Jand at Kacnae" without any,
charge-to the government; A' discus-1
hlon pf the 'Sprockf Is" -water right wast
also had, appraisers being appointed;
ior tno purpoae-or naming too rental
that Bpreckola shall ply, for his water
right there every ten tyeara.
Tho Home, Ilule party, which ap
parently has no candidate for 8herltf
at the coming election, approachoi
and asked Fred. K. Deckley to be
its candidate. This was done by' one
of the Horns Rulers this forenoon:
Deckley declined to entertain the
proposition, stating that he was out'
"I have no Idea of running' for the
offlto of Sheriff." said Bockley. "I
have, got a Job at present and' do not
wish to consider the proposition."
The representative of the, Home
Rule party tried to. convince the Cir
cuit Court Interpreter, - but of no
avail. He stated, however, thit he
would repttt the, matter to the) Hx
ecutlye Committee of the Home
Tho bill collector Is tho most scon
person about tho, custom house theso
days. Tho failure' of the draft from
Washington to arrive, as usual, de
layed1' pay 'day for tho employees, and
It Is not probablo that they will havo
any money until after tho arrival of
mall tomorrow. '
Mrs. David Dowsett has filed a suit
for divorce ngalnst-her husband; with
a general1 allegation of. cruelty as tho
reason, for the suit.-, She Includes In
tho libel a frayer for- alimony. .
Honest Executors are
no scarcer than honest
men, but . -
Dont Take Chances
We charge no"jubrethan the regu
lar fee allowed by thexourta forE
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Bawahpn Trasllow t
Bu ALLISON IS
Oood.news ln( sugar' circles Is pp
parentlir Unceasing. The latest came
this, morning In an announcement by
the directors of the Hawaiian Com
mercial', it, Sugar Co. to the effect
that Its stockholders would be paid
a fat extra .dividend of two and one
half'per c'erit.'on August 10.
' Thls'wlll'.mean the distribution ot
no less than uno.ooo, more, than
half of which will bo pnld to persons
residing In the Territory.
dend Is due to tho cood prlrn of su
gar, as well as to tho largo crop of
tbo plantation, which reaches G6;i50
tons, whereas, the last previous cstl-
mate. W,1 for only 53,000 tons,
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ARE NOT TAXED ON
, Treasurer. Campbell Is In receipt
of an opinion from Attorney' General
Hemenway regarding the taxation on
trust' companies and brokerage firms.
Tho matter was brought, up when an
attempt was made to tax one of the
local brokerages and. trust, companies
for each lino ot business. The
substance of the opinion is that com
panies cannot be forced to pay a tax
for conducting a 'stock, brokerage
huslness when they are already pay
ing the tax for the trust business.
This opinion was rendered In accordance-
with the trust-company
law, which provides a tax of $250
per year for conducting the business.
The definition of the trust company
law, In the. act Elves a Arm' the right
to conduct both a stock brokerage
and trust .company business. For
stock, brokerage alone the tax Is $100.
- HOCH Dtft BERQER.
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This Is the birthday annlvers-
. ary of Captain Hclnrlch Bergcr, f
f W. O. Smith and C. J, McCarthy, -f
4- Capt. Berne r confossoa to sixty-
4- two years although he doos not
took the part. Tho age of his -f
f two friends ho does not know
but he says he Is in good com-
, pany- 4-
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 8. XINO BT1EET.
Parcel or Letter
in as reliable as Uncle
postmen. Always on Call.
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NAILS THIS TINE
Showing Cf Texan
Rectnt Run Bat
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Columbian, which Is duo here from
the Coast tomorrow, brings the malls,
according' to absolute cable advices
hlch have been received here.
The Hllonlan Is due on the same
day. but will not this time carry thjWhch ne vcs thc details of oil tho to close the rtocknde the following
bags for Uncle Sam,. according to ad- transactions, and In which ho states, 'night, stating that If his orders wero
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vices which come to Agent Morse,
This Is the case for the first
time under similar circumstances,
and Is taken as the direct result of had this note substituted with tin
the showing recently made by the, other for the same amount, but made
Texan In a run down here. The malls out In favor of Officer Townaend.
at that time were sent out br the which was given by that officer to
Hllonlan, which sailed a few hours Isol Instead of the original note,
ahead of tho Texan. Tho A.-H. This allegation was In ItV inuln
steamer Twaa oft, pprt. her early n
ine morning, tne small accumulation
of letters she brought being answerel
by. tho Pacific Hall steamer which
salledithat. afternoon. The Hllonlan
was late In. the afternoon Jn sjrrlv-
ing, "and malls which shV, brought
could 'not be at on6e answered... as
they we're delivered, about tho time
iub icutiicr ivi Kurj . umiiniUIv.-
mntter'.waa brought to. the at-
leniion.or tne -postal autnoruies at
San Frifnclsco, and this time It Is the
trelghter'and not the'pkkseriger car -
rler which' has 'th'e-m'alls.
, SBiP.AtTBIS PORT
The .cosmopolitan nature -of the
crewa which make up the ships' com
panies departing from this port Is
well "shown In thh annual rnrirtof
Shipping Commissioner Almr. ' which
recently went to Washington. . Ac-
cording to this report, the great plu-
rallty of the seamen shipping here
are naturalised 'Americans,
these having been shipped during the
ot 824 seamen to foreign and domes
According to the present plana, tie
Home Rule party (w bold Its Terri
torial convention, on tho last .day of
this month. The meeting 'Will be
called to order by Charles K. Nqtley,
the president, at 12 o'clock.
buji.i.'."j ',',, -,i.ii ' mimam
S.S. ALAMEDA, AUG, 5th
Island Fruit Co., ,
7e s. kino. . raoniii
ITNE8T IN THE, CITY -AT
Drug Co., Ltd.
Lunch or Dinner
Everything about our 'Cafe
prices, service food is, Just Vght,
A. Y. CAFE
year Horn Americans come next In --- - iv... o """ y
the list, with '116. Japanese, are n that account no secrets have been
third, with 90. ThVremalnderar'e:'""' wJ'1'rm Mr: 'reckons; lie
British. B; Germans, 43; .Chines '" of hi honesty. In December,.
.18; Norwegians. H; sWedes, 30; H' nd Mch. '190B, I borrowed
Danes, 21; Portuguese, 10; Francli. ??5 ,ronJ him, for opening a store
8: Austrlans. ;, Spanish, '7; Rua'-,,,J "?B,'''' for repairing houses
stans, 7; Filipinos. 4; Italians, 8; all r pkfanta In Japan, on amount
iw n.iinn. sa TM.i-i. . t..i of.whlch generous act ofiMr. llrcck-
Another laukea Note
Is Discovered Isoi
May Be Prosecuted
Now chapters are continually be-
lna added to the laukea-lsol affair,
two new features having developed
'today. Ono of these Is a full stale-
ment made in written form hv lnol In
among other things, that when Inn -
kca found out thnt tho newj of hit
famous $100 note had gotten out he
feature1) confirmed this morning by!
uuiu ;ruk?jl jpjj iwQieHn?
The other nw (eatnre'of'the -safe
I, tpf the HherJtTilj preparing U
aubtnlt to the Attorney C)oneral a rri-
ques,t that n, prosecution fjirllempt-je.l
i bribery 'be lntlttt!f aipjhst j?n(.
Tha' iti ills' of thVrrthVit'tfh'rtH are
set forth" In a'wriuen'slatemcnt oiado'ioiiehlng of lwllel, pUlclally he .coull -jJfi '
fipa llflB PJ IPOI. A4ll BldUlincni
Is In Japaneyhn,dJt.4a .understood,;
that a copy ny beeji given y, iwl
to o'lsfHct Attorney nreikonaT'yhp
."has had It translated Into' English
by Editor Shebrt. "sol also permitted
the h ii 1 1 e 1 1 n to matte it transla
tion 'of the document, Which, "with
tie' exception ot a few paragraphs of
no Importance, reads' tb - ftjll aa fol
lows" dnh bears hla signature:
''Wftlirreference'ito the one hun
dred, dollar, note. oK 8Uerlft laukea,
wlilch Is1. attracting the'att'e.itIop of
the public, I would tay that many
disinterested peoplchavo been quot-
having connection with this
While I wish to find no
""" ""r""g m" "" '"r
n,b,0,' J wlth to ntenHonJIrat, my
' wltonahIp to Hreckons, and- then
uwcu un t
"ince Juiy, iyuj, i navo consia-
arai Mr ucaaiinni a iiaiiv nnva
ons I have the greatest .appreciation
"When I returned the money with
Interest hereon .to Mr.'. Urepktjns. ho
was angry because of tho Interest
added to the amount of $260. Hreck
ons banged bis table and said, 'I am
not a money-lender. I simply loan
ed you thatamount because you said
you needed It very badly.' He re
fused to accept the Interest.
','Upvto the.present time Mr. Ilreck
onp has not' received nor accepted
Kn This Stamp
OswiflRns& w IM-M
PHiiA. VniHmtflW Ml cHicaqo
i v' ftW
is on a pair of shoes you know they are right in every way,
in wear, eontotneM of style; perfeot-'flt. We are sole afeerts for
these shoes and have some nice styles to select from.
Manufacturers9 Shoe Co.,Ltd.
'. . .1051 Fort Street , JtIephqne428Z .
-even one-half cent Interest from
i "On tho night of April 7th, laukea
accompanied by three or four officers,
rnnm to Iwlli-I nnd nrdpri-il mi (Isol)
'not carried out nrrcts would surely
-follow, no matter whether hero or in
'any other portion of Honolulu. I
therefore gathered the women and
told them to clo?r, according to lau
!:ca'fl order. Nevertheless the wom
en atked me ropeatedly to work for
the lcopenlng ot this place, but I de
clined to consider the proposition, aa
I IntcmlcJ to go Into the pineapple
-, "I knew at tho samo time that th
women would start business else-
whc.c. On that account I Interview-
laukci about tho matter at tho
poll-e'itatloit. He stated that while
1 he "peri-onally had no objection to tho
j ".. .-... .,1T l'.u(iv4MU.i; an i.c uaii
sworn to enforce toe laws of the
land, . . f
'""'The missionaries,' said laukea,
'had requested hat lwllel be closed,
but if the majority 'of the people
took "a different v)e'w from that of
tho. missionaries he would consider
"I sought the opinion of a few
prominent people about lwllel, an'd
they) all condemned Inukca's action.
They promised to See laukea about
the Walter. . ,
" 'The people's petition which was
presented to trie was signed princi
pally by the laborers, exclusive ot
tho well-known people, and on that
account he could not yield to their
wishes,' said laukea.
"On, May 2nd Officer Tawnsend
came to nsk me for a loan ot $100,
which ho said was needed by Sheriff
laukea. I consented to advance tno
money, nnd Tnwnsend returned and
Informed laukea about the matter.
. "Townsend told me that he had .
told laukea that the money could bo
secured from me.
"Just then I began to be suspicions
of laukea. I Interviewed him at his
residence on the night ot May 28.
Townsend acted as Interpreter. ' I
then told laukea that ho would bo
benefited It lwllel was nllowcd to ba
-" 'How much would you give me
If I allowed lwllel to bo opened!!
" 'About $500,' I answered. '
Iaukea then told mo that ha '
would let me know, through Town
send, the following Monday.
"On Monday I went to Townsend'
(OosTtknad oa fan 4)