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VOL. XI, NO.- 4301.
S PAGM. KOKOLULU, TMtMT0RY"0F HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 3,1909.-8 PAQES.
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MORE ARRESTS FOR OPUI
STRAUS TO TURKEY--ROCKHILL TO RUSSIA
PEOPLE OF MAUI
WAILUKU COURTHOUSE. WHERE EX-VICE PRESIDENT FAIR
BANKS WILL MEET THE PEOPLE OF MAUI TODAY.
(Specl.il to Tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n
Wnlluku, Maul, April 30. Tlio ox
ecutivo conimltico of tho Watluku Im
provement Association and tho cit
izens of Central' Maul will meet In the
circuit court rooms Saturdny after
noon , In niako arrangements for tho
reception of ox-VIeo. President Pair
hanks and Oovcrnor W. F. Frear. who
aro expected tomorrow morning from
Honolulu. CfliHintitceS will ''ho np-'
pointed to wait upon, tho distinguished
Mr. Fairbanks nnd party will hnvo
breakfast nt Superintendent J. N. S-'
MORE ARRESTS IN
Four prominent Chlnceo merchants
wcro arrested by Chief of Detectives.
Uul this morning, on n charge of Bull
ing polbonous drugs without a doctor's
proscription. Tho drug which was
Bold to Informers last week, consisted
of opium, nail l.eal has been hnrd at
work on tho caso for Bomo days.
This morning Tin Wo, who has -jowclcr'H
storu on Mnuna Kca street,
was iirreited, and sdvoral other well
known Chlnoso storekeepers wers nlno
taken to tho I'olico Station, nmoug
them tho following: Lucy Kooug I'oo,
hardware metrhant of Nuuanii bl-cel;
Lain Kin, of Manna Kca street ( rad
Ing of Yco Woo Chan Co.), nnd I.am
Yip Kco, gruccia of King street.
All (ho men en being brought tn tho
stadon put up ball to tho tuno of $500
We have just receiv
ed a bit? assortent of
the latest SUMMER
straight from New
York, the fashion cen
ter of America, and
they were made by
New York's foremost
They're worth seeing
Come and See Them
The Kash Co.,
Williams at IC&hitlul this morning.
Lunch will bo sorvej at f Inn. II. I.
DaldwIn'B at Puuncuo. After Inspect
ing tho PuunouQfnlll tho visitors will
bo taken In automobiles to tho Haiku
pineapple district. They wllUbq nt
Ollndn In the evening and at Hale'
akala brlKht and early on .(Sunday
morning, to have a gllmpso of sunrlBO
fiom tha runmilt'of the Houso of tho
uII-.TSTrbantcs and'jiarty will bo at
Wnlluku tin Monday where, a public
reception will bo accorded him by the
citizens of Maul at tho Wnlluku court
house. each, and returned to their business
houses. No to!zuro of tho dopo was
mado when tho men wcro arrested, as
tho Chief contented himself, with get
tlty? evidence that tho Chinese had
been trading in tha poppy Juice. Leal
Is hot on tho trail of another bunch
of opium dealers, and feels certain
(hat ho will liavo them before long.
There Is allcgod to bo quite a lot of
Illicit dealing In opium going on In tho
city, nnd n determined effort In to bo
mado to put a stop to tho trading.
Most of tho ovldenco Is secured
through sending Informers with
marked money to tho suspected Chin
ese merchants, and thus securing tho
dopo. Tho Bluff seeniB to vary in price
a lot, some of tl.o venders Belling It nt
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FORD MITES OF j
PLANS FOR HAWAII!
Has Interested Many In
Alexander Hutnu For.l has writlen
"Jnck" Atkinson of lib plans for Ha
waii In tho future. Tho letter follows.
Now York City, April 1U, '0'.i.
Dear Mr. Atkinson.
1 hope to lcavo New York lato In
June with a party of friends to visit
Hawaii. Some of us will go aioumlj
tho Pacific, perhaps. I wish to ie-
main In Honolulu long enough toj
really put thu Outrigger Club on Its
icci HUM Iff UVftlJl null. (Ill lllu ivoh
houses around tho Island. I ha'e
Interested friends here In both of
Tho Outrigger Club has bomo rea
son to expect the. support of our
homo people. It Is doing Its pari to
advertise Hawaii. For Instance,
Frank C. Clark will Bend out i:i
June, instead of a half million boo!:-'
lets on his two round the world '
cruises via Hawull, morn than a mil
lion such booklets, advertising four
Hawaiian round the world cruisec,
and In each of these book cts the
Outrigger Club and tho Bport; of
Wotklkl will bca feature, wllh Illus
trations. I have promised Mr. Clark
In behalf of our organization' that
when his TOO cruisers reach Honolu
lu that tho Outrigger Club vll thnw
them how surf riding la done, Rov
erat of the magazines have (ilTeied
$i,800 each for u pngo Hii'h .M is
given the Outrigger Club Maiiawahl
(Continued on Page 3)
Bunch of Commissions
Signed By Frear
A bunch of commissions, signed by
tho (lovcrnor before ho left for Maul,
but not filled out, wero Issued by Sec
retary Mott-Smllh this morning.
They Include the commission of l)r.
Wnyson, who la reappointed a mem
ber of tho Hoard of Health; Itlchard
Ivcra, picsldont ami member of tho
Hoard of Immigration, nnd H. 11.
Woodhouse, A. It. C. Atkinson and 12.
A. Mott-Smlth, members of tho
Hoard; Mlsa Klla II, I'arls, member
of tho Hoard of Public Instruction for
Konn; Henienwny, temporury Treas
urer of tho Territory, and W. II. Ilali
bltt, J. II. Athoiton nnd W. II. Whit
ney, membeis of tho Library Hoard.
There Is still one vacancy on tho
Hoard of Health to ho tilled nnd ono
on tho Hoard of Immigration. No
appointments will be mado until tha
(Continued on Page 3)
The importance of trusts
has led us to develop our sys
tem of handling trust ac
counts to the very "pink"' of
We invite an inspection of
tliis system. It is plain, con
cise and accurate.
Hawaiian Trust Co.,
023 FORT -STREET
NEXT SUNDAY.STEAMSHIP PEOPLE
Ministerial Union Acks
Rev. Chapman To
"MnllicrV Day" will lie observed In
nil tho I'vungellei.l churches of the
eity next Sunday in uuincctlim with
u worl.l-wliluf lucogulllon of the
liiothern of the lard.
The .Ministerial I'nlon at Its meet
ing this iiuiining p.ummI a leuolulion
on the niucnanco of the da) and
r.2klng Hint (hole Joining with them
shall do rit'lcnat lour things on Sun
day: 1. Wtlto n K'lter to jour mother
H sho la llln-.,
2. Attend church on that day.
3. Ilo'enmc act of Mndneas. I
I. Wear r. white carnation, the I
emblem ot Mothcr'n Iiv
In uddltiorf to ieiohc.4 passed on
th I j subjc6t, tl'.e memtiers of the I'n
lon vnnnlmourly vc ed to request
lCvnngellst Chapniau. who passed
through n few wcekit ago, to lelt
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BALLOU tIS PRAISED
BY HIS COLLEAGUES
Retire When The
At tho opening of tho May term of
tho Supreme Court this morning Jus
tice llnllou, who I1.-13 resigned nnd will
retire from the bench as soon as Judge
l'eiry receives his commission, was
tho recipient of prnho by Chief Jus
tice IltirUcll, Attorney Cencial Hem
eiiway and (km go A. D.nls for the ex
cellence of his work nnd tho record ho
has mado on the bench. The Chief Jus
tice and members of tho bar spike of
him In the most Ilntteiliig terms.
Tho term opened with tho calling of
tho calendar. No opinions wero band
AT MOANA HOTEL
Thero Is to bo a danco this ovcnlng
given by the Monna hotel in honor ot
tho Korea, ami nil tourists nud lullors
in Honolulu, as well as hotel guests,
townspeople, and Army and Navy folk,
n ro Invited to attend. Tho Hoyal, Ha
waiian Quintet Club will play during
tho dlnm r and fur tho dunce, and a
very pleasani tlmu Is In anticipation
Next Fruit Boat
the LURLINE, May 1
Island Fruit Co.,
73 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
We send out on errands are those in
whom the publie has confidence. .You
may count on them all of the time.
SERVICE. PHONE 361.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD Cd IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. 4i ., ( ,u JU-itiaJiJ
J. Hopp e Co., '
185 KING ST.
NO CONGESTION SAYi
Alameda Has Not Bsen
Full For Many
The continual cry, by thoso who
want tho toastwUo shipping law sus
pended as far as Hawaii Is concerned,
to thu effect Hint people are marooned
heio owing to n scarcity ot ships. Is
not eoiioboiiited by thu facts. In
quiry at the nrlous steamship offices
this morning elltdted thu Information
that the times this year whon would
be iiassensem have been tied up hero
have been very rare Indeed. j
At tho onics of W. C. Irwin & Co..'
Hawaiian agents for tho Oceanic ,
Htenmshlp Company, It tns stated
that not In years haB tho. Alameda
sailed away from here with a full
past-enKcr list. As tho Alameda sails ;
as legularly as clockwork every tbreo '
weeks, steamship people claim th. .at
a wholly false Impression Is given.
Thcio nro ample accommodations,
both first nnd third churn, on tho
Alameda for next Wednesday's sail
ing, ami thero Is said to bo no proba
bility that the ship will sail with a
full passenger list.
When tho I.urllno sailed Saturday
afternoon nil ot her staterooms were
niieti, nut tno conuijion,iis.,uy no
It Is admitted that there have been
times when tinvelers have not been
nblo to depart Just on the (Into they
would hnvo chosen, but such n state
of affairs has never been of long dur
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Board Yi.l Discuss its
At tomorrow night's meeting of
the Hoard of Supervisors the fate of
tho Queen's Hospital, so far as as
sistance fiom the city nnd county Is
concerned, will probably be settled.
Though no ofllctnl action has been
t alien ns yet. Individual Supervisors
hnvo been making soma Investigation
anil will doubtless hnvo some Hue
of procedure mapped out.
Supei visor McClellnn, of tho Hub
lie Health and Sanitation Committee,
stated this morning that ho should
work for a provision for the hospital
should thero bo any funds on hand
available for (ho purpose.
Supervisor Qulnn, prohnbly (he
mopt active member ot tho Hoard, has
already announced his determination
to look out for tho institution.
Japanese Expert Comes
Here To Study
In order to familiarize himself with
the machinery used In the sugar mills
here, II. Chlba, ii Japanese civil mid
constructing engineer, arrived tod,i
on the Korea for a stay ot onu month
here. He Is connected with a sugar
mill In Formosa.
"I have come here lo sdtdy nielli-
ods of constructing sugar machin
ery," said Clllbn to a llullettn man j
today. "During my stay here I In-1
tend to visit the biigar mills and also
the Honolulu Iron Works, which
turned nut good nnd substantial ma
chinery for n sugar mill in Hurope.
"I am employed by the MclJI Su
gar factory of Formosa. From what
I have seen of tho work nnd construc
tion of thu sugar machinery sent to
Foimosa by the Honolulu lion Works
I am sat fulled that Hnwall Is the belt
place to learn about machinery fur
WASHINGTON. May 3. The
President today nominated Oscar
Straus, former Secretary of Com
mcrce and Labor, as United Stales
Minister to Turkey. Mr. Straus held
this post from 1878-9 and 1808-01.
A punso rnntalnliiR money han been
lOHt. Sou nit thin Ih8Uc.
WASHINGTON, May 3. The
President has named William W.
Rockhill as 'United States Ambassa
dor to Russia. Mr, Rockhill is now
Ambassador to China. He is consid
ered on: of the) best posted Ameri
cans on all Oriental subjects, has
served the country in important ca
pacities and is the author of several
books on Oriental questions.
185 editorial rooms 250 "'
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..WASHINGTON. May 3. Thr,
Sttpicme Court handed down a de
cision today conQr.ning the commo
dities clause of the Hepburn law.
Under this law a railroad is prohibit
ed from engaging in nay other lino
of business. It mny not, for in
stance, own ccnl mine and operate
them in conjunction with the trans
portation business. This clause has
been -hard fought by the railroads,
and the decision is of great import
ance, a3 transportation companies
must no wattend exclusively to the
U H u l til mvl Q 1 nt 9
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3. Tho
trial was bepun today of Luther
Brown, who attempted to kidnap
Fremont Older, editor of the San
Francisco Bulletin. This was one of
the fiasco growinp ou f the graft
prosecution,, and Older's active par
ticipation in the matter. The plan
was to kidnap Older and get him
I within the jurisdiction of a court
I where his enemies wanted him tried
for crimjnal libel.
SANTA FE FINE 13 REVERSED.
SAN FRANCISCO, Map 3. Tho
United States Circuit Court of Ap
psah has revened the decision of the
Unite! States Court at Los Angeles
flu'nj; the Santa Fc railroad $330,
0CO for rebating-,
AGENTS OF PEACE
MEET IN CHICAGO.
CHICAGO. Mav 3. The NnHnnnl
Peace Congress opened its session
here today. It is attended by distin
guished men from all over the coun
try, whose aim is to reduce armies
and promote peace, i-
ITS WRATH Oil 'EM.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 3.
Thirteen men were executed today
under orders of the Government for
complicity in murders committed during-
the upheaval inhc government.
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