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VOL. XI. NO. 4228.
1-1 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERHITtAtJU HAWAII; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1009. 14 PAOES.
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TOKIO. Japan, Feb. G. The attitude of the Japanese in connection
v;ith anti-Japanese expressions from the Western States of America is a
feeling of deep chagrin over Amcrioa's response to the cordial reception
(riven the American fleet bv Japan. There is little comment, but the ac
tion of the Legislature at Carson, Nevada, has caused public indignation.
Baron Komura today repeated in the House of Lords his speech in
which he expressed full confidence i n 1he American spirit of justice, and
that expressions from California do not represent the Nation.
FLEET HAS SAILED
OIBRALTAR, Feb. 6. The Amsrican fleet, commanded by Admiral
Spcrry, sailed today for Hampton Roads, where it will be reviewed by
President Roosevelt Feb. 22d.
m i i m
GIBRALTAR, Feb. 0 Capt. Qualtrough of the Georgia has been
sentenced to suspension for six months and loss of-ten numbers. He has
Lecn ordered home as a passenger oi board the battleship Georgia, and
Kline commands. He was found guilty of drunkenness by the court-mar-
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MILITIA FOR COAST DEFENCE
SACRAMENTO. Calif.. Feb. 0.
fiom Washington to organize sixteen militia companies to serve in the
NEWPORT NEWS. Va , Feb. G. The battleship Delaware, one of
the Dreadnoughts of the United States Navy, was launched today.
Elks Big Show Tonight
Condition of Japanese
"Alt tho plantation!) which I havo Un
ited on Hawaii in o In splendid rom'l
tlou, nml tho JapnniKo liibourH mo
working IndiistrlmiHly and puiirvfiuiv"
K. Tsuchlya, chlif serretnrj (f the
Japanciio Coniiiiliito Gimral, nlm mii
espiclally dutnllcd by CoiihiiI CiikiiiI
Ujcno to go to Huuull mil I:ikti
labor condition thcro, mmlti tho nboo
statijniciit this morning when ciou at
tho Consiil.ilo lij n II ii 1 1 c 1 1 u rt'ptrt
"As far nH I could cibscru," c
tinned Tsuchlya, "tho Jiipanc to tiro 1. 1
Isflcil with tho tre.it incut accoriled
them They mmlu mi compliilnt to mo
about wages. Of roursc, nt some
idneo, I found Unit tho isimpH wero not
In us good condition as others, but on
Get ready for it.
Have n coat that is a
better protection to
you than an umbrella,
and will pass anywhere
as an ordinary over
aro just the thing for
rainy wear; warm,
Stop and take a look
at them; come in and
try on one.
The Kash Co.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Governor Gillett has been order
tho wholu, utrlliliiK was most satis
"Tho JnnnncMO ato iicrftctb iiulct.
While they unturall) desiro to liavo
t Ik I r wnges ralFcil, its any of us would
llko to, lliej nro working on as best
thc cmi iindur tho clicinust.incus
They pi) no .ittintlon whatoer to tho
niovi nuiUs of tho Honolulu Jnpuni so."
Tiiuchl).! first went to Hllo three
weeks nrjo, whenco ho proceeded to
Iho Volcano House. Ilutiirnlng to
Hllo, ho hauled (norland, visiting and
Injecting tho pliintntlnns as ho went
iilong. Wherever ho stopped, ho was
wol omul b) tho managers, who
showed him tho plantation ciimps and
tho mills. Tsiichlja boarded tho Man
ila Ken at Muhukonu and arrived
OF HIS TROUBLES
Denies That Gun fs Uif-
Doctor ami Mrs. Atclicrloy wcro
at homo thin morning In their rooms
at the Hotel Magoom A II u ) 1 o 1 1 n
reporter called and Was at once ush-
cicd Into their sullo. Tho'Doctor was
attired In a lounging, suit, and seem
ed perfectly at flotne. Thero wcro
nn Blns of fainlno; provisions wero
plentiful, and 'tli a water supply un
limited. Humors ot the house pussy
being converted Into "loukmV ao
premature. The cat whs lp evidence,
and showed no signs Of senre.
Doctor Atclierley spoke at length
about his case. He spoke In annii
solutely sane and Intelligent man
ner. He discussed the whole business
frdm start to finish, and never show
ed the slightest sign of being Irrti
Mrs. Atcherley also had ' cw
words to say. and confirmed whatiha
been already publlshadjlhthe U u I '
l u i i ii Yit.; uitii. uie iiia,iwvuviu&
ulll li hal.l Ihlo'ovnWInc 1 I
Doctor Atchorlev will nddrrsa tho
peoplcf of Honolulu tit'lViJO t!hB even
ing." said Mrs., Atctlerley.i "Then
everjone can Judge roranen;seves as
i . . i .
to tho Doctor's sanity or Ihsanltr."
Doctor Atcherleyjthen remarked:
"I Intend convlnclhp'tho public,' out
of my own mouth; 't ho' M am'potfect-
i) in mo rignt its, regarusmymciiona.
K) nttorney, Mr. Magoon,' has asaiirpd
mo inni any nuenipi to nrrcst me is
Illegal. As regards tho charge ot car
Ding an unregistered, gun, .It js ab
surd. All niy firearms are llcensqd.
8am Pua, now Sheriff oMIawytll;' Jreg
Ittercd my guniwhen ho'waslClofk of
tho County at HfloA '
The experts emlblcd lately that 1
was suffering from n'tinlluclmitton to
tho effect Hint I waVbelng ilcrsccu
ted, nnd nlso that I Imagined that I
was a grandee.
"How on earth they reconcile tho
(wo statements Is beyond, my compre
hension. If a man Is persecuted', he",
nntur.illy. Is downcast. Then hoW
can he simulate grandeur und feel
"This business started years ago,
whilst 1 was In nractieo nt' Kona.
Somo letters of mlnc'rcgardlng leprosy
woro published by Honolulu papers.
This started a controversy which has
"As for Doctor Wayson, I consider
1 havo grounds for disliking him, and
may have, In a state ot excitement,
done something I uhould not have
done, j, ,
"I maintain that ayson was on
my premises without any lawful ox--c.ubo.
My wife and I. are positive It
was he that paid nightly visits to my
"Tonight I will" speak from my
window, and-1 am Buro that 1 can
convince any unhlnscd man that I nm,
nnd alwajs have been, sane.
"Prom pHva'to sources, Ihavo been
(Continued on Page ii) ,
Trade Jm. Mark
is a symbol of Integrity, Sin
cerity, vEelUbility, lnd long
Look for it.
It appears on every bona
fide document and advertise
ment of the t
Trust Co ,td.
Dimeis and Dollars
. For .Charity
Jum, how much money will bo do-
'.,. . i , m n iii
,rj ed from Tag Da, probnb jr no ono
will know until the fair dispensers
, l . . . . . ' i
t ii iuK.. K ,BEl,.Cr . w
nuro up their total returns this
nvenlng. One thing Is certain.
f though, nnd that Is that never before
has there been such a 'spontaneous for much consideration, Chairman Me
passing out of money In response lo inerny ino niattcr nto hl. own
tth'e' calls of charltj
as was every-,
llin Dlrniil. ..
Jfwhere In evidence on tho.Btrccti to-.to
. ,','Kxcuse mebutjou htte no tag," I
wa Ithe gentTe reniajk with which
the fair representatives of 8wet
Qharlty'a cause appronched the casual
iH5flerqj on ino sireeis, anu neioro
thevc'asual I, II. knew what was up.
ho foupd his coat lapel ornamented
wun a gorgeous rco ana wnuo ibk.
Sqme of those little tngs cost mon-l
cy, too. Theoretically they sold at
B cents a piece; ln reality they
brought whatever the seller cared to
charge for them. Ono man paid fi '
apd vowed tint he had 'gotten off
More than one man deliberately
tore, up his tag, after passing out nt
tho view of the saleslady. Just for the
pleasure ot being retagged, Othcis
slid their tags Into (heir pockets and
bought from every fair ono who came (I
along. , I Tho nufonl In In at l&M, nndMbfero
A bovy of taggers took up their will bo a niatlnce this afternoon ntlho
station in front of, the Judiciary Opera House and. an evening cdrjeort
building, and nfllxcd labels to tho In tho Orphcum theatre 4
Judges and attorneys. -Homo of tho -The management will makej ex-court-rooms
looked like Hcd Cross, chknges.lf desired, where,vef therjnro
picnic grounds, I posslble.'or refund tile ticket nionlij,
Kverybody enjoyed Tag Day and ' 4 it
tho babies reaped a rich harvest. Thej Therc wefe twq exciting game! of
dainty white caps of the fair tag-srll. soccer played on 'tho ltamehamihu
era, marked with tho red cross, made School grounds yesterday afternoon,
the wearers look entirely toolenchant The first game Wan between the fil
ing to bo passed by, and as long as
a more man had I cents In his pocket
he bought tags. Thero are still a
few of tho labels left.
Tho defendants I nthe case of Mid
dledltch h Cathcart ct al, have ob
tained an order allowing nn Interloc
utory appeal tiv, the Supreme Court
from Judge Do Holt's decision over
ruling their demurrer.
can be aided in nojnore effective way
than by sending away a Cat of our
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in a hurry for a messenger, call
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SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
Will Also Choose Royal
De.me For Garden
Chairman Mclncrny of iho "Island
rrlnccssos" Committee this mbrnlng
locclved a mossagn from Krancls Gay
of Kauai, stating that the rough wcalh
cm which the Intor Island boats nro
experiencing makes It unwise to send
p horse from Kauai hero for the Floral
ParAdo. (lay has promised to see
cliout getting a young lady from his
Inland to, represent tho Garden Isle In
Iho Moral Parade, nnd had also prom
' Ifcd to furnlih a horse and trippings
I Ah soon as tho communication came
lo hand. Mclnarny look steps to secure
r Honolulu lad) to represent Kauai.
" norso win no proviueu lor ncr uy
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111 iiunnei in 1111 iiiiu-iliuu in Bend
in ..,,,, ,rncP- here, tho oersons
,,, , m ,bal he
L.h., iJ.j i, ,, , ,, n
nonrd of Traiin. a tl.or.. I. nn iim
handl nnd appointed Miss Ktntna Iloso
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I At n tnnntlne. hut,) xpulnnlnv nflor.
noon, tho general comfplttM4fiir the
Klqral Parade, an loBppropriato
$300 to pay for prizes TA'Wawaru'ed
those Who enter lntbCvarlqllcVent8
in m- paraao. , , v -
I It was alfb dncld'ctl to present each
lalanil I'rlnccBi with a bronze souvenir
i "ui. u uiuuom -wimi uu in nurso-
"hop design, and each wilt bo .marked J
wjin ino namp or mo island wnicn tho
'rinces roprtucnu. They, will coat
BAND TO NIGHT AT
nahous and Atllolanls. Doth teams
tried their best to bcoro, but thty
did not make any fcoals. Tho Alllo-
lanl team Is composed of veVy young
I Players and they nut'un a'hard fleht.
" 'Tfae Second game was'tho'ono moH
looked, for, beCausojthese two teams
were lo.'flght for honbrt. Tho Ka
nichameha's lined up 'against the
High School and star ted, to play at
4 ojclock. It was an exciting game
from start to finish. The first half
ended 'after fifteen minutes of play
with ho score for either sides. It was
In the last part of.' tho second half
that the High Schools, after earn
ing tho hall successfully down tho
field, was shot through the goal by
DELEGATE KUHIO FINDS IT HARD
TO MOVE LEGISLATION FOR HAWAII
Coastwise Suspension Is1
Now Slumbering In
HEARING OF QUEEN'S CLAIM;
PEARL HARBOR FUNDS
Prospect for River and Harbor Ap
propnation Democrats Incon
sistent Public Building
Plans Kauai Harbor
IMItor K v c n I n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
The hearings on tho Queen's claim
were concluded on Thursday last, tho
committee showing much Interest In
, The Queen gave nn Interview to
press representatives on tho lTtli
Inst., and both that and the report ot
the hearings havo been widely com
mented on by newspapers through
out the country,
Same: of the newspaper accounts pf
the' hearings erroneous,!) credit Judge
jimcn. as supporting me wucon s con
tentton tnnw tno ovcrtnrow win
brought' Miout by the aid of United
States 'IrobV- Judge Hatch limited
his statement chiefly to tho legnlstut-.
tlsa of the Crown lands nnd he dis
avowed the conclusion stated In soqio
pt the documents quoted from, that
the success 'of tho revolution wns
due to, tho aid of United States offi
For Our Harpor
' un vcnncsuay last we woro given
opportunity to be heard by tho Sub-
Committee, on Surveys, of tho Illvcrs Scnnte.
rfnd IJrbors Committee. At that It Is of course Impossible tu say nt
time wp'prosentcd tho claims of Ka-ithls writing whether or not the coast
hulul and Kleele harbors for survevs.'wlso bill can again bo gotten out ot
and gave 'a statement as to their (Continued on Page 2)
Begun Against Trenl
The great test case which Is to dc-itlons and appointment, mid recltet.
M. lh. manv inri Ininnrlmil nnocltho details of tho meetings Of tllO
tuu u tiimi r vv , i
tlons which have arisen between tho
Ma) or and tho Hoard of Supervisors,
has Anally been filed, nnd next week
the battle will be on In tho courts.
The suit takes the shape of a peti
tion for n writ of mandamus, with
Charles Coster, the foreman of tho
Fourth District stable, as relator,
against Treasurer Trent, accompanied
by a writ of mandamus to compel
Trent to pay tho relator $30,15, the
amount of the warrunt Issued to him
h Auditor for his sorvlccs from Jnn
until Jan, IS,
The petition covers thlrty-flvo type,
written pages, nnd Is practically n
history of tho City and County Gov
eminent, compiled by Deputy City
Attorney Mllverton, It gives tho
J&ctB relating lo Coster's qiiallflcn-
N Keep Out
"For the Outside Man, this wet
weather" we have just received a
new lot of shoes made especially to
onr order of tough Willow Calf, with
a heavy double Viscoliied sole.
For the man who needs protection
from the damp, our advice is:
"Get a pair and do away with Shoe
Worry, This Wet Season."
PRICE $5.00 and WORTH MORE.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT. ST.
"The Place To Buy Shoes"
picsent nnd prospective commerco
Tho official conclusions of tho com
mittee will not be mndo public for
tome time jet, but I am ry conll-
dint of securing nn order for botu
Newell Irrigation 'Scheme
Through Senator Perkins, wo hnc
secured an order for the publication
of Director NowolTs report on Irriga
tion Possibilities In Hawaii, and It
will be Issued as n public docifment.
On Krldn) Director Newell, my sec
retary ,and I were heard by tho
Houso Committee oti Irrigation on my
bill to extend the Iteclnmutlon Ser
lco to Hawaii On Saturday wo
were also heard before the Senuto
Committee on Irrigation on an Iden
tical Senuto bill Introduced nt our re
quest by Senator Perkins.
Tho fact thnt the proceeds of our
public lands do not go Into the rec
lamation fund In tho federal Treas
ur) Is of course made nn argument
against our reciUIng any of tho
I clients of tho reclamation fund. Rep
resentatives nnd Senators of tho arid
States nnd Territories ore nlso In
clined lo discourage our participa
tion In llin fund, because' (he nro
unable lo get nil of their own rccjn,-
innUnn projects enred for. Necr-
the lewi there was n deep Intercut
LhoVyn by both ffio Sonnto nnd Houso
committee, nnd It Is possible thatiwo'
may secure favorable action at this
Coastwise Bill Resting
The cnblcd resolution of the Hono
lulu mass meeting, favoring tho cn
nctmcut of my coastwlso bill, has
been received. 11 will bo presented
to Congress nnd referred to tho re
spective committees of tho House and
Hoard ot Supervisors, tho action ot
the old Hoard In canceling tho of
fices, the passing of the resolutions
nnd ordinances relating to tho ap
pointments nnd tho powers of tho
committees, etc , etc
It Is finally shown that on Feb. !i
the petitioner presented his warrants
for payment to Trent, who refused
to pay It "solely upon the ground thnt
the legnllt) of tho cmplovmont ot tho
petitioner had been questioned,"
The order which accompanies tho
petition directs Trent to pay Coster
or to appear before him next Wed
nesday to show cause why"ho has no
donn hi It is expected that by tho
time the Democrats will bo rcac
with their sldo ot tho case, nnd tin
the great battle will speedily I
fought to n finish.
J. Hopp fc Co.,
MADE IN NEW YORK
40 1 1.
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185 KING ST.