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Nippon Mum June S
For San Franciscr:
chinn Juno 1
Mukuui Juno 2D
For Voneouvet :
All the landlords in Honolulu who
care to have it known that they have
property to rent, advertise in the
Bulletin and find Rood tenants.
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VOL. XI. NO. 4327.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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CONSUL UYENO'S IMPORTANT TRIP TO EWA
AGITATOR TRIAL NEXT SEPTEMBER
PAUMALO ROAD MAY
BE IMPROVED SOON
Counly Engineer Making
Tour of Inspection
County Kiiglncvr (lure Is making a
dip around the ihland today to make,
mi examination of tin- wink going on,
mill ulxo to get material lor n leimit
on wink to In- undertaken In the near
riiture. l'aumnlo nuil INipukoa ltoads
In p.irllciilur will In- xutiilncd.
IVIIIIoiih have been leoclvod liy tint
Ilo.ml of Supervlsois. iikIiIiik Hint liotli
roads lie Improved, uml (lore will go
over tliu ground curcrully. Inter nink-
Ing lilu recommendations to tlie Hoard.
liotli I'.IIIIIKlll) uml l'llptlkcik ItOadS
woie liullt li tliu Torrltoiy, to give
access In hinds opened to homestead
ers, Inil their ciiu- and upkeep iieolc.
upon tlie county.
Wuikniie luldge. which has caiiKeil
the Supervisors no little troiililo ami
woiry. will also be looked at. Friction
between I'aele, the load overseer for
Koolaiiloa dlstilrl. and the road com
mlttee of the Un.iril of Supervisors, has
rather mixed things up iih far as ncces
saiy icpalls to the bildgo are con
cerned. Tliero Ih comlileralilo other wink In
the Kcnlaulim dlKtrlcl which will bu
looked over, ami County Kngluccr Ueie
will pidhably make ii report to the.
Iluaid of Supervisors nl tiiuiorrow uf
WILL APPOINT A
Governor Will Choose
Man-Not Yet But
tiovoiwn I'lcai will really np
lioliit a Tloasuioi not yet, hut noon.
Hut who he will 'he or when he will
he appointed the tiovcinor does not
Theie has been a belief gradually
running that tliu (lovernor Intended
to get hack at the Senate Tor tin le
lusul to conlliui A. J Campbell, "the
bent Ticasurer the Teriltury ever
had," by letting Attorney General
llcnicnwny (ontlnue to fill I lie pout-
Made in New York I
Are the acme of style, artistic work
manship and fine materials.
Worn by correctly dressed men
everywhere. Enormous summer
itock just arrived and ready for the
inspection of the Rcntlemen of this
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
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Responsibility Of Deputy
defined Another mix-up caused by one of
the new Inwn passed by the recent
Legislature appeals to have resulted
In the mutter or the duties of deputy
sheriffs and the iuestlon of to whom
they nro responsible.
The miestlon raised yesterday by
Attorney W. T. Kiiwllns In Judge
Whitney's lourt as to whether or nut
a deputy sheriff Is a deputy of cither
the High Sheriff or of the City and
County Sheriff was raised again by
Mr. Hawllns this morning In Judgo
Robinson's court In the case of An
lone Krister versus See Wo Sing. As
In the other case, the summons was
made out for service by the deputy.
The papers weie served by n deputy
sheriff of the common or garden va
riety. This. Ilawllns contends, dooa
not III! the hill, for the deputy sher
iff, according to a recent act of the
Legislature, nie appointed by and
lespouslble to the Hoard of Super
visors, and are therefore deputies
neither of the High Sheriff nur of
the City nnd County Sheriff.
Judge ltoblnson, when he heard
that the question had been raised In
Judge Whitney's court tho day be-
fine. Intimated that he would not
pass upon It until Judge Whitney
should hate tendered Ills decision,
lion nnd by making no other ap
pointment. Hut it appeals this Is
not the Governor's nttltude. He will
appoint a real Tieasuicr some day
when he can tlnd a tnnn capable of
lllllng the place.
Theie Is no betting on tho result.
for theie appeals to be nobody to
bet on. Chat lie Ilustnco Is too
joung, the Governor says, nnd theio
seems to be no wild anxiety to select
J. W. l'rntt, though It Is believed
I'ratt could be coaxed to accept If he
were asked. Nobody else appeals to
be In the running, and the hookies
SAN FRANCISCO, June 1. Sugar
Beets, 88 nnalysis, 10s 7 l-2d.
Parity, 4.24 cents. Previous quota
tion 10s 8 1-4(1.
When a stoaiulUter receives a bum.
does It leave the mark of esteem?
ital.lAkltLW;,fi KB &m
Tho tln.il pioceedlngs In tho Wulkl-1,
kl condemnation proceedings occiined I
this morning when tho Judgment nfi
condemnation wus nied with the Hen -
Istrnr or Conveyances. This judgment. I
as has been stated before, places ltiC
value or the pioperty condemned all
JG3.1D3. As the money has already !
been paid over and tho land taken by
tho United States Government lor a
military lescrvatloii, the fillntt l the
Judgment closes tho Incident.
HIISMER A REGENT
Unlph Hoimer. the Territorial
CBter. wns this morning appointed by
Governor Krear n member of th
Hoard of Regents of the College o(
The final accounts of T Faxon Illsli-
op, administrator of the estate or
Charles H. lllshop, deceased, were ap
proved this morning by Judge Hobln
son and the administrator was dis
charged. SOGA TRIAL GOES
OVER JJNTIL FALL
Attorneys For f Both
Sides Consen To
Y. Soga, the Japanese llltor who Is
accused of bring a dlsoilerly iieruou
by reason of having wltten certain
lulliinimatiiry urtlcles wjlch are su
puhed to bu largely respjislblo for tho
present strike, and or landerlng IM
iter Sheha, will not bo tied until Sep
tember. His case was tiled In Judgo
He Holt's court this mining, but by
consent of counsel for lh sides, was
IHislponed until tho tlii Judicial day
of the September term
Chlug Chuck I.al, wl was Indicted
by tho Oraml Jury onthe chnrgo of
having libeled tho ChliiHo Consul, ulso
apiieared before Judgj Do Holt and
was airalgned, Ho ni'rvcd Ills plea
until Monday, Juuu 7, ,
AMOY, China, Jue 2. Serious
fiRhtinp; is reported between the
clans of the Heuvahlistrict.
The Huwallnn ICutlunloglcnl Socio
ty will meet toiumitt arieuioon at 3
o'clock In tho enloiivoglcal rooms of
the II. S. 1'. A, Kxpqmeut Station on
Has at its
tnmand the ex-
many years of
tained by it
ness in all
nee will prove
NOT YET CHOSEN
Many Would- e's On The
Field But No One I
"Who will succeed Charles Ithodes
as Secretary to the Mayor?" Is the
niiestlon that Is now uxltatlug the Job-
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Mk ll,r"t -v " Ph-kliu. to those In
l'",cl' "f l"Wlc c.mro On the other
liii nil, Hit' i ii j t't n Dt-viiriui j iiium '
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necessity, bo u many-sided person, and
would fill the bill Is unMher question.
I II. W. Kinney, editor of tho llllo
Trllmno and formerly city editor of
I the 11 II I lot 1 11, Is irobub.y tho one,
must generally spoken of. Tlmt Kin
ney could have the Job Is strongly Intl.
I muted, and that he would prove accept
able all around Is conceded.
Hut when Kinney was offered the
Koi-.,mc ,,r cher f Detectives bv Sheriff
jrretl, ho declined which has led to
iilt. iMJi,.f that he la nut out for olllco
uml would not accept Ithodes' Job.
J,uilge W. S. Kdlngs Is ulso sX)keu
of ;ns u likely coni'.lihite. Where ho
htiiself stands Is not known, us ho has
not' been officially appiuached
1 tod lieckley, liuwallun luterpteter
In te cOUrts. is considered by muny
a U'ly IlkVly rnunl lieckley was Soak
cr of Iho'.Hoi'iHO or Representatives n
1903 and has always tnken u rattier
profilnent place In politics.
Dcklcy started out In 1900 as u
Democrat, and was u candidate tor the
Legislature that year on the ticket or
Thomas Jefferson. He railed or elec
win, however, and two years later
rprung (oi tli in to tho political urena
h n champion or tho Homo ltule party.
There ho hud better succers, and was
(not only elected to the Legislature hut.
when tho tension opened, he was elect
ed Speaker or tliu Ilonfe or Hepiesen
tntlvcs. Whether he now owes allegiance to
tho Itoine Hide party, or whether he
may have sllpied back Into the Dem
ocratic fold. Is not very clearly set
tled In tho minds or the party leaders
or the Jeffersoulans,
Claudius II. Mctlrldo, priuto secre
tary to Governor Krear, lias been sug
gested. Whether or not Claudius has
any politicals no one seems ready lo
say, hut he has a silk hat and frock
coat, which, though It did good bcrvlco
during tho lute session or the Legis
lature, could be brushed up and made
to servo tor another two )eais or
Then It. Heerley Kldd, political
booster roi Willie Randolph Hearst, Is
suggested, Tho wise ones profess to
see u chance to curry Hawaii Tor tho
"friend or the people" at the next
election, through thtr medium or the
Mayor's Becretury. Kldd has not been
T. J. Itynn of Hawaii, will probably
bo suggested, ltyau Is hardly eligible,
but tliero are many who would like to
see him npoluted It the obstacles
could bo bruslied aside.
Ithodes leases for 8an Francisco by
tho Alameda on tho ICth, m there Is
not much time rnr deliberation. Ho
goes to take advantage or a business
Though placed In a very trjlng h
sltlon at times, Ithodes has discharged
tho duties or his office In a manner
that has given room Tor hut little crit
icism, and It is generally conceded that
his successor will huvo no easy tusk
filling Ills place
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't the
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
STRIKE WHILE THE
IRON IS HOT
And send your business of deliver
intr messages and parcels to us. We
guarantee satisfaction in all cases.
SEATTLE. June 2. The Jannn.
ese officers and men from the ships
Ii of Admiral Ijichi's squadron partici
pated in the military and naval
tournament held today in connec
tion with the Alaska-Yukon exposi
tion. Pacific Mail
WASHINGTON, June 2. The
Pacific Mail Steamship Company has
i given notice that it will withdraw
its steamers from the Panama route
I unless it is given a greater propor
jtion in making up the through rate
! freight schedule. The Government
is considering the situation.
M7?T BOURNE. Australia, June 2.
Premier Fisher has been defeated
in the Federal Canermi and has tfn.
dered his resignation. Alfred Dea
kin has formed a cabinet.
Friedrichafen, Germany, June 2.
Count Zeppelin arrived hero today
after having completed a record
breaking journey in his airship.
MILITIA FOR STRIKERS.
SACRAMENTO. Cal., June 2.
The situation at McOloud, where the
workmen of the lumber companies
are out on strike, is quiet. The mi
litia companies have been assembled
and are held in readiness to go to
the scene of action whenever needed.
THE PALM CAFE
HOTEL. NEAR UNION.
Expected His Visit Will
JAPAESE hE.AlL WEKCHaM
IALKSIN BEHALF OF NtOOHO
Strikers Still Believe Planters Will
Give In Special Rapid Tran
sit Cars for Strike
Japanese Consul Ueuo left this'
morning for Kwa plantation In re
sponse to a telephone call from the
Japanese of that plantation.
It Is belieed thai the Consul's till ,
to i:wu means much to the Japanese
in connection with the strLte. I
For several days past there have
been repeated Indications that the Kwa I
laboiers were ery much dissatisfied i
..-III. II... u... fl.lmru lit-., irilltll' 11,1 till.
unfulfilled promises or the Agitators
nnd Thugs, Tho Consul was called up ,
by 'phono this forenoon and hm rled I
away In un automobile fur the puinU-!
lion. Tho belief Is general ihnt lil I
Influence will bo ugalllsl the coui.iiu .
lion of the strike that Is cuusmg iue- i
Threats against the life of Editor
Sheba or the Hawaii Shliiio is one or
the latest lesults or the Agitator-Thug
A Jnpjneso who appeared to bo a
working man stated to a lliilletln
repicscututUu this morning that It the
plunteis llnally decided not to glvo the
strikers u raise In wages, Sheha would
bo put out oi the way. Tho speaker
was one or a party of Japanese stand
ing near Sheba's olllco.
Along tho same lino Is the rumor go ,
lug tho rounds yesterday afternoon j
Hint disappointed men who had been i
!uitl".l by tho Agitators had picked!
out seventeen of the Agltutor crowd
1 .11 be brought to n physical accounting
If their promises did not pan out soon
and tho planters give In.
So far as the Japanese newrp.iper
end of the strike tight is concerned,
tho Hawaii Shlnpo claims that cer
tain Japanese clans of Kwn huvo
passed resolutions condemning the Ag
itator organ and supiwrttug him. Ites-
olutiona In favor of returning to work
are expected from this section.
Muklno, Interviewed by tho 11 u 1 1 e
1 1 11 representative today, decorated
the atmosphere with u few nasty
names and let It go lit that. The Ag
itators uro beginning to see failure be
fore them and uro not us good uuturud
From Wululua comes the rumor that
the Kawailoa men uro ready to go lo
work when assuied of protection. Tliey
have been held down from tho first by
the threats of the Thug element that
makes Its headiiuarters around the
mill Manager Coodalu was In town
today and continued tho current report
that the men would be at work tomor
row, but wus not inclined to talk.
Honolulu plantation mill has been
running fur several days and all the
Travel In "Crossetts."
JAPANESE OF EWA
plantalhi-i work Is making good head-
All Is unlet at i:ii and Oahu.
Strike Breakers Car.
Seventeen hundred strike breaker'
are being eniplocd each day on tho
plantations down the mid nnd more,
will be taken on ns the men get broken
In. An niruugeiiienl has been made
with the Itnpld Tranilt to run an early
cai so Unit the men from ICallhl .'uinl
WnlklU can get to the plantation train.
One ol the dllllrultlcs enciuutered or
late has been the Inability or men in
the ontlving illstrlclH to reach tho
tiuln because It Is loo rr to walk and
the Kail I Tiuiixii cars do not start
early enough. As many cars ns are
necessarj will be run to accommodalq
there men beginning tomorrow.
Darred Frcm Kahuku. '
Maklno lemiilned in tojvn today not
withstanding his thieat that Sheriff
Jin lull couM not keep hlni uwuy from
Kahuku lr he wnntH 'o go there. Jar
lett gue Maklno nnd tho Agitators
general notice that they nro to keep
nwuy Horn Kahuku and they will bo
The Jnpiih-HH Itetnll Merchants' As
sociation, according "to 'mm or Its
inemberj, will continue to glvo lis
linnnclal stipixut for the benefit ot the
stilkcrs. This Informant says when
Ii first met the members, about thirty
In all. subscribed $1000 tor tho "strlkij
fund " Three hundred dollars of this
amount Ii.ih already been given to tho
strike leaders, and the balance to bo
Riven when asked for by Negoro and
Negoro Refutes to Accept Wages.
Negoro, the legal adviser of thr
stilkcrs, Is said to have been offeree
a monthly salury of 126, during th.
continuance of the strike. Ho, how
ever, rvfiiseil tu accept It or liny purl
or It. Negi.ro. according to a member or
tho Hetall Merchants' Association. Is
well liked b) tho members or that
(Continued on Pace 2)
SALARY OF MOTT-
IS ? ? ?
But Anyway He Is Worth
All He Will Draw
For Two Jobs &
Tho question or the salnry of'ijcc
retury or the Tenltorv ami Prlitni
or tho Mount or Health Mott-Sniltli
Is still unsettled. How much -he
will draw down nobody, not oven
the (lovernor, seems to knovv In
tact, the Governor said this morning
thnt he did not know how mucli'Mr.
Mott-Smlth has been drawing slnc
he took the second position In uddl
tlon to the first.
It Is possible for Mr. Mott-Sniltli
to draw down a maximum of I52B,
but whether he will collect the en
tire amount or not nobody' knows
but hlmscir, apparently nnd, he, l
baying nothing, but Is Industriously
sawing wood. Anyway, he cams all
he will get.
They make life's walk easy.
In all lengths and the
newest shapes, $3.50 to $5,00.
SHOE CO., LTD.,: