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VOL. X. NO. 4075
8 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAi', MONDAY, AUGUST 10. IV08-8 PAGES
GRAND JURY FIND
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KUHIO AND GOVERNOR CONFER on TARIFF
EMU DREIER AIMS
TO BREAK WILL
OF HIS FATHER
Contesting tlw wll' of Ills fatlior.
who Ulod while mi Ills way to Cler
luany, on the in tin giound tluil It was
mid Ih not the Inst will and testament,
Kmll Drelcr, !i his guniiUun nil litem
W. A. Kinney, has commenced Bull
to Iihm tlw alleged will not admitted
lo piohitc, lis petitioned 1) P. A.
Kdiacfci n ml Cecil llrown, admlnls
tratois That ttio alleged Inst will
mid test uncut of August Dieler. as
died liy the udmlnlstrntots, Is not the
last will and teitiiment of his father
Is Die nnlii ciinlciitlon of l.'nill Drel
cr. Howc'.ci, srnntlng that the nlleg
pd will were the last one, joung Drol
ei' b his nttuinc nveis th.it It was
signed li his father b virtue of un
due lullueiiCQ exalted on him by out
clde parties, ami thcicfore is null and
wile, lie petitions the Court that the
will be mimed null and void for this
tuisou, and all morning .ludgo Re
llnlL Una been listening to testimony
In theTnatter. Attorney 1'rosser Is
ronducting the case foi Cm 1 1 Order,
r. A. Scli.iefer was on the stnnd for n
To Be Called Soon
Delegate Kulilo, nccompnnled by a
nurnbei or prominent men, this morn
ing had a short conference, with Gov
ei nor Kioar on final arrangements for
calling a meeting r.t representatives
of tlio commercial bodies and Indus
trial associations foi tho purpoco ot
discussing the tariff situation Con
sldeiablu discussion ns to whether this
wo ild be the best manner to get tho
ball a rolling ensued, and it was Anal
ly decided that nuch a meeting would
bo called soon, when those mattcia
would be talked oer, and definite nc
tlou bo taken In the shape of appoint
ment of arlous committees to look
utter tho work.
Governor Frear stated this morning
that this meeting was mciel .prelim
inary, at which nothing definite was
done except to decide that a meeting
would bo called in tho near future.
need a suit? We can show
you the finest in the city
the latest styles, single and
double breasted, fron
They are custom mad in
the latest styles, of good, hon
est cloth, for a good, honest
Come and see them, Sir!
Corner of FORT and HOTEL.
cousldcinhle time, and hu was an im
The contest ml alleges that he, us
an ttelr-at-I.iw and one of the chli
dien. is entitled to his share of the
eitnte of August Ureter, deceased. The
contestant furthci alleges that Aug
ust Dieler, his father, died Intestate,
and that the alleged wilt filed for
probate Is theieforc null and void,
mid he prns that the widow, Hmma
Drelcr, be appointed administratrix
of the estate rml that tlio Court make
such other ptovlslous as aio deemed
fit and pioper.
Tlio fight In this contest promises
to bo a waim one, and numerous wit
nesses will undoubted! have to up
pen. Mi. Clemmons of the firm of
Thompson H demons, was on the
stand for considerable time this
mo-ning. ills testimony had to do
ptlnclpnll with the signing of the
Mr Dieler In hi? will lift his son
I2mll n definite In Lome. The prop
city was Incorporated previous to
Mr. Dreler's death. .
Those present at tho conference this
morning were Governor Trear, W. O.
Smith or tho Planters' Association. G.
W. Smith of the Merchants' Associa
tion, Delegate Kulilo, Heorgo II. Mc
Clellan and James F. Morgan.
150,000 TONS TO SHIP
Approximately 150,000 tons of
the sugar crop is )ct to bo
shipped. Thero have been 345,-
300 toiiB, out of a 3UO.OO0 ton
f ci op, sent out so far by tlio
Sugai Factors, and shipments
f hnvo of course been made by the
f Tho 315,300 tons Include sugar
now en route.
If V mSrtMkHim
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DOWN TO DOYLE
Sheriff Accepts Chester
Chester A. Dojle Is the nfllclal Jap
urn so lnterti'iiLi ft i the 1cultcil.il
(Ira nil Jnrv, r.u 1 It ,ll rami nbo.u In
'mi Interestingly funny m inner. In
.the 111 st place, whin the Ur.itid .Inn
j needed mi interpreter a tew diH ngo,
they sent out for I)lc, hu. I.u could
not be found. Then a search wao In
stituted, and Chestei was located out
in the country.
I While in the Attorney Genual's de
partment some time ago, Chester h.id
been refused a commission as u police
'otllcer, because Iaukea stated that hu
!(lld not trust Doyle. So when the
Iaukea matter came before the Grand
Jury this time, Dojlo, who is reu)'
nlzod as tho best Interpreter hole. ie
fused to act before the Oram! .liny
until Iaukea would statu publlcl that
he placed nbsolutc confldenco In
Dole's lntegrlt. In n Circuit Court,
where uverlhlng would have been
public and wheru Iaukea could hau
liail another Interpreter to see that
ever thing was perfect straight,
Chestei stated that hu would have
acted without hesitancy, bill In tlio
lecret room of the Grand Jurj, vhero
he would bo the only one picsent, lie
would not act on account of the for
mer statement of Iaukea to tin effect
(Continued on Face 4)
SAN FRANCISCO Aug. 13 Sug
ar! 96 degree centrifugals 4C3 cents
er $81.63 per ton. Previous qjotatlon
He Is Making Many
Governor Vicar la dovoting tho
gieuter part of his time theae days to
the preparation of his election procla
mation, which lias to bo published
lorty davs before election Hu lias
changed for the better a number of
precincts, dividing them up or split
ting them In order that the residents
nay profit by tho change.
One of tho most Important or these
changes is the new lino which lie has
inn down Manot valley, following Ma-
noa stream, a road through a rice
field. Campbell avenue, Monsarrat
street and Diamond Head road, which
will materially change the dividing
lino between precincts One and Two,
Honolulu. Ho lias also inado two
precincts In the Koolnuloa dlslilct and
tho samo In tho Koolaupoko district,
Instead of one, as they formerly wero.
Tho l.ahaina, Maul, precinct lias been
divided Into two, and Makawao
has been cut up from ono to two pie
clnctB. Honest Executors are
no scarcer than honest
Dont Take Chances
We charee no more than the regu
lar fee allowed by the courts for Executors.
094 VrTHThT TTnll..
"I shall be :i cmdldutc for Hum
iliation us Counts MierlfT on the
Itepubllraii ticket," said J. I..
Kaulukou this moiulng ,
"So many people lime come to
mo and urged me to inn that I
hau Anally consented to run.
Of course I shall sick the He
pubilcun nomination I am a Re
publican now and ahan have
bet n. 1 do not c ire for an) Inde
pendent nomination I hope lo
haw niy friends come to my ns
tlEtancc, and I think 1 tin cmj
the election If iiomlmitol."
Additional; Dividend Is
Signal For1 New
Wnlalua was the center of Interest
on the Stock Kxchange this morning.
From the advance In price it would
appear that the additional dividend
declared on Saturday by the directors
of the plantation had not been pre
This advance dividend Is payable
on the 15th of September, the books
having been already closed for the
August pa meat of one-half per cent.
The price on the Stock Exchange
this morning advanced from eight-
four dollars to eighty-seven per share,
sales being mide nt tilt latter figure.
The stock list shows clght-sovcn bid
and nlnctv-one asked.
While no promises arc held out by
the directors, there seems to bo a gen
eral feeling that the one per cut. div
idend will be continued bevond the
end of the car It undoubtedly will
If tho price or sugar holds near the
MRS. KLEMME KILLED
' IN AUTO ACCIDENT
I Hurr Klcnime received a c
, blegrnm this morning announc-
Ing that Mrs Klemmo had been
. killed In an automobile nccldont
In San I'ranclsco. Hor son,
Hairy, seventeen cars of age,
who It Is supposed was with her
at the time, Is reported safe.
The news came through C.
W. Wolfe, ii San Francisco
friend, nnd was a terrific blow
to Mr, Klcmme. Details of the
accident were not given, tho ca-
ble merel) giving the bare an-
S;S. Hilonian, Aug. 11th
ALLIGATOR FEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.',
72 S, KING. PHONE 15.
J, Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET.'
indiscretions Of Sheriff
The follow lug icporl wits submitted
to Attogincv General llemenwav by
his deputy, A. I) l.-irnaeli, who In
vestigated the Inukc.'i Isol Iwllel ease:
Honolulu. AugiMt 7, I 90S
"Honorable C. It. Ilemeuwa), Attot
"Dear Slr'-Undcr our Instiuc
tlons, I Invo made a complete;! Inv
egstlgatlon Into the Iaukea Isol
Iwllel matter, andlieievvlth hand ou
the evidence obtained
"Mv conclusion hi the piemlsio Is
that no criminal chargo can be nmde
against Sheriff Iaukea. us the evi
dence does not vvarnut It.
"Ab to Isol, he Intended to nnd did
vlolagte tho law l attempting bit
berj, but In view of the Indiscreet
conduct or herirr Iaukea both In
tills attempted briber and with io
gard to liU priori transaction tlio bor
rowing of $100 I feel that Indicting
Isol would be futile, as a conviction
would not be obtained befoie u Jur.
"AI.EXANDnil It. I.ARNACII,
"Deput) Allornu) General."
Th etorcgolng reports glvu the re
suits obtained from the Investigations
conclude u into the- Isol Iaukea matter.
QUIET IN SHANGHAI
Attorney Comes Back To
Wander No More
E. A. Doutaltt, the first County
Attorney of O.iliu, who has been In
Shanghai for nearly u year, returned
this morning In the Manchuria, Ho
was accompanied by Mrs. Douthitt
and has probnbl) leturned to Hawaii
Douthitt stated this morning that
V. M. llrooks will possibly leave
Shanghai in the rail. He may in that
event come hero or go over to tho
Stales. Win. H. Heen, another at
torney who went from hero will, It
Is said, como back In a inontn or two.
Lorrln Andrews, former Attorney
General of this Territory, Is In the
States and he may not return to
Shanghai nt nil.
Douthitt sas tint things are rath-
ei quiet in China.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
FINEST IN THE CITY AT
Drug Co., Ltd.
IT'S FINE! TRY IT AT THE
A. Y. CAFE
Parcel or Letter
Our boys are as reliable as Uncle
Sams postmen, Always on Call
WASHINGTON, ). ,.Aiijr. in. , ,1,, .,, , re
ceived nt tlit Sliito Dc'imtliiii'iit tciluv flaiiiiK th.it 1 incric.m
ilnj; ovei tlio (.'olHlilute nt Tiilm, 1'u-isi. lunl lion -Imt i.,vvu
unil it li)stnii(!or wounded. It i IhIkvuI the lnctiii;r down of
tint Hajr win tin itiTidetit iiieidentnl t.i th- dt-tiiilied domeitiu
TOASTS TO KING
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cers nt tn Ampnran kIaaI ua. Viol 1
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Kin? and PrMfnnt HnnvpvAlt Am'rnl QnAm, A..M.i.H .1.- . 1
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BOSTON. Mass.. Ann-. 10 T.nn-
and pcetess, died here today.
Louise Chandler Moulton was boi
many books, iituong them being "lied
.eigiuiors, "in tlio rjarden of Dicims." ' In Childhood s Counti," Htc.
BIG TREES ILTON DEAD
STOCKTON, Calif., Aug. 10. Tnc
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SAN FRAKCIKflO. Tnltf . kna
-i -..., B. .-. ..i, ..mi ui uurncs ircauwcil
on the charge of perjury was begun today. Treadwcll was involved in the
failure of the San Francisco Safe DeDostt and Trust Co.
BIRMINGHAM. Ala. Alic 10
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a strike of workers is on.
CRUISER RRDERED OUT
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 10. The
"In the mutter of the will of 1).
Knwannnnkoa; probate; contested"
Is an Interesting Item on Clerk
Uachelor's docket In Judge Do Holt's
court. No contesting papers had been
filed nt noon, but thero is a long
story connected with tho little entry
in me ciciks calendar.
In a footnote below the entry, the
nnmes of tho attorneja K, U, Thomp
son and C. W. Ashford aro given.
Ashford leprcsents the Knplnlanl Es
tate In a great many matters, nnd ho
petitioned to have tho will ot tho
Into I'rlnco probated.
C. W. Ashford Btntcd this morning
that he expected tho will would bo
contested, and that, if to. I'llnccbs
Will To Be Contested
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for comfort and wear.
At the same time, the appearance
is not neglected- It Is a neat, natty
shoe, and very popular with all busi
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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Time Stories," "Ourselves nnd Our
South dove of Bi Trees is U
in Th '1 -f T m.i...,i
Tl - nnn. m,o.vli.. t ; i
--?' '". b"'""'"B ": mines wiicre
cruiser Friesland has been ordered to
Knwuiinnukna would be tlio ono who
would do tlio contesting Tho mat
ter ntliacted attention nt tho tlmo
b viltue of tho fact that tliu hulk ot
he I'rlnco's properly went to John I
Colbuin, who has charge of tho Ka
plolanl Hslatc Ilestdcs tomo aninll
bequests, the entlro estate loft by
I'rlnco David, was tinned Into tho
hands of John Colburn
Trunk Thompson, who Is named as
tho (ontesttng nttorncv, could not bo
found this morning, hut Mr. demons
btnteil that thero was nothing to glvo
out In the matter. Tlio enso tomes
up foi n hearing tomonow morning,
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