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VOL. XI. NO. 4035
12 PAGES HONOLULU, TERRIT ORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. JUNE 12, 1009. 12 PAGES.
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Grand Jury Holds Negoro, Tasaka
And Kawamura As Disorderly
PersonsMakino And Four Of
His Lieutenants Arrested On
Makino, Negoro, Soga, Tasaka and Kawa
mura, the five principal strike leaders, were this
morning arrested on warrants issued by Judge
Robinson, charging them with conspiracy. In
addition to this, indictments were returned by the
Grand Jury against Negoro, Tasaka and Kawamura,
charging them with being disorderly persons.
Although at the time court adjourned at 12:15 bail had not been
fixed- n conference of the lawyers interested in the cases was held in
Judge Robinson's chambers later, and it was agreed that at 2 o'clock,
when court convened again, bail in the conspiracy cases should be fixed
at $1,000 for each of the five nllcgci conspirators, and that the bail in
the cases of arrest under the indictments should be $250 in each case.
It is probable that the prisoners, be'njr factors in the Higher-Wage As
sociation, will be able to put up the amounts reauired and will be al
lowed to go free.
On the issuance of the warrant? and the return of the indictments
the habeas corpus nroceedings fell of their own weight, and the writ
was dismissed by Judge Robinson by consent of the attorneys for both
It is n iiiot.tloti whether Mnkltio anil
lily lieutenants will not lie lemrested
on other cluugcs upon their, release
Kncli a volume of Iticillmnatlng cl
ilence lias been nueartlud l tlio au
IhnrlllnR that, tin. tlnm of the romts
tiylim nil tlio (.named thai might lie,
lty pi ,ai
AlfMKKilimln c fk AAKIitt
Made in New York and the styles aic the latest. Fine new
stock of summer fashions.
Comer Fort and
brought muliiHt tlio (lederb of law nr.l
the llsturboig or the. pe too of the Tor
iltoiy With .Muklno, Negoio nitil Sogi In
Jail the Milk'TB luio fur the pist tun
.li.vu l,.,. ., . i,,n.. .. i.i...... i i
.nw "ii ii .tiiuii nullum ll'illiuih
The .Tap.ineso colony in wildly excited,
but lias to fnr heun po.ice.ihle, lltoro
"Cotrect Clothes for Men."
being nnbodv left to Incite thorn to
deeds of violence Xovuithcless, to
piuveut mi) lioublo, tlio High Sheriff
anil the Clt nrwl Count) Sliei IfT thin
mornlnK hnil notices in Japanese pant'
ed up on tlio ileml walls uiul distribute
eil ulnoiu tlio Jupiuoso hotels or
Chinatown foi bidding the Httlkcrs from
holding any meetings. That these pre.
cantloiiH wcio well tuken iitnl lli.it tlio
authorities hail good reason to fear
double wan Immediately demonstrated
Hardly had tlio office turned tbelr
TRANSPORT DANCE '
AT MOM HOTEL
1'or the olllcers and ladli'H on the
j transport I.ogun, a dnncu will hu given
at tlio Slonnu hotel tills evening. The
noted Twentieth Infantry band wilt al
leuiale with thu Hawaiian Quintet
Club in fut nibbing music for the ilanc
lug. Insuring n good time During dim
nei thu Qnlnlet Club will play and u
pperlal illiiim will be gUen fur the oc
Why not take out an Ac
cident Policy before you leave.
It may be too late when the
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'QUAKE Attempt HAWAII WINS IN
! HORROR To Kill RACE TO KAHOLU!
MARSEILLES, France, June 12.
The dead in the Coast departments.
as the result of the earthquake, are I
rttimatct at lUU. The town of St
Cannat Rougnes is practically de
strojed. At Denelles a church col
lapsed. The shock was felt from the
Alps to the Atlantio ocean.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 12. Lou
is Qlass, former general manager of
the Pacific States Telephone Com
pany! convicted in connection with
the craft cases, has been granted a
backs than the posters wero torn down
by angry und excited Japancso and
tliu pleies contemptuously scattered
to the winds No attempts, how
ever, to hold any meetings hae jet
From the plantations It Is report
ed today that oveiythlng Is quiet
and there tire no Indications of Im
mediate trouble. The strike, how
ever, promises to extend to the othor
islands At thu high wago meeting
held at Ullo today delegates wero
selected to come to Honolulu und
demand fmm W O. Smith an an
swer to their requests for Increase
of wages. The llllo local commit
tees lme made u demand on the
plantation managers of Hawaii for u
wage of t-G n 6ninth.
Tlio entlro tlmo of two Circuit
Courts today was taken up with tlio
proceedings niislng from tho arrest
of the strikers anil their leaders.
Attorney Mghtfoot, tho white repre
sentative! of the Higher Wago Asso
ciation, was the busiest man In Hon
olulu, hut ho kept Attorneys Kin
ney, lliillou, I'rosscr, Anderson and
Sutton pietty well occupied.
In Judge Whitney's court Mght
foot appeared to demand that tho
25 Japanese urrcstcd at Walpahu as
witnesses In tho case ot the man ar
prisoner from Officer Scovlllo be
admitted to ball, There Ik
no charge against theso 25 inon,
and I.lghtfoot argued that they wero
held Illegally and In constraint ot
their right and liberty. No definite
results were obtnlned In this case,
but Mghtfoot apparontly had much
the better of the argument, Judge
Whitney ruling that the caso should
go oer to tomorrow morning, ut
which time tho prosecuting lawyers
must be ready to state definitely
which of the men they needed ns
witnesses. Tho others, he said, would
ho admitted to ball.
Tho principal proceedings, how
out, took place In the CI rand Jury
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't th'e
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
SEE THAT BOY?
He is one of ours ; one of the kind
you read about, and SEE, when you
Kdltor Sheh.i of the Hawaii Shin
Vo-Sha had n narrow escape with hit
life this noon, alii i the adjournment
or the Circuit Court.
A , Mr. Shelu led tho courthouro. a
crowd of Japanese strlku-sjmpjthlzers
pushed about him, und talked in men
nclng tones Hu hurried to the street
to catch u car, nud the mob prcsson
html upon him Man exclamations ot
wrrth weie heard, und some shook
their lists In his faro The pluck) lit
tie editor tuw that things were getting
pietty wiiim, und hu hulled a car Just
then several of the ringleaders made
a rush for him, mid one or two are said
to hae can led some small weapons
In their hands. In an instant Shelm
climbed ahond or n passing stieetcar
and escaped injury and possible death
at4he hands of thu angr) mob
room and in Judgo Ilnblnson's court.
It wus exported that the unllnishcd
argument on the motion of the Ter
ritory to qussh tho writ of habeas
corpus wouul be resumed whon
court convened, but Attorney Gen
eral llciueiiwuy rose and said that he
submitted the motion us the matter
it ood Ho then stated that tho
Grand Jur) was ul that time in ses
sion und was considering tho evi
dence against Muklno, Negoro, Soga,
Tasaka, Kawamura und the others
urrested In the raid last Thursday,
und that indictments would undoubt
edly be returned by noon. On this
showing, and by consent ot Mght
foot, Judge Uoblnson dismissed the
hubeus corpus proceedings and re-
maud"-! tho prisoners to the custody
of the illgh Slier I (T They remained,
however, In the t out t loom until 12
o'clock, when the uitinnoy geueinl
ame In and reported tiui tho (liuud
Jurv had Indicted three of the men
und that the whole tlvo hud been ur-
tested on warrants charging them
Hundreds Jam Court House.
There wore hundreds of Jup.iueee
in und about tho coutt house, and
several olllcers were on bund to keep
them from making ay demonstration
lloth courts wore Jammed und tho
corridors wero full. Oitslde in the
ard und on tho street u large mob
wus uwed by some foot patrolmen
and .one mounted officer These,
however, lould not pi event an at
tempt when court udjourned, to
kill or Injuie Kdltor Hlieba, us re
luted In another column.
Makino slated this morning thnt hu
lind had thu first two good nights' sleep
last night und Thursday night tkat
ho has had in months, He apparent
ly feels safer In the custody or tho
police than among hlx deluded fol
lowers Makino's Vile Literature.
High Sheriff Henry states that
when the safo of Trod Makino .was
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Hotel, near Union.
KAHULUI, Maui. June 12. (Sjtcial by Wnclns to tVe Bulle
tin ) The yacht Hawaii crossed the line ntt 5 50 42 o clock last
night, thereby winning the Honolulu to-Kaluilui race The Kamchamrha
finished a close second, crossing the 1 nc at 5 50 38 The Gladys was
third, finishing the run nt 8:30 olelo k At 9 90 the CoucorJ enmc in.
The Loka did not arrive until 5:22 o'clock this morning
Frtm the very start the race n irro ved itself down to a splendid
test of speed between the Hawaii and tl.e Kamalmmcha The other
jachts were not in it at any time.
The Kamchameha managed to get fifteen miles lead Thursday night
off Molokat, but the Hawaii, favored by a heavy breeze through tho
Maui channel- passed the Kameham ha o.T'Waihcc twenty minutes be
fore crossing the finish line 4 j
The Kamchameha split her ma nwl dur.ng the heavy weather off
Kahakaoa Point. t
The people of Maui are nrranging to entertain the yachtsmen to
TiEATroFjioLEiE Submarine "
Threats of violence proved loo nnub
or the W.ilpahu Juuiuse wnu lul
planned to go buck to work toiU. mi I
lone ot the men uusweicd the call
Alien the whistle blew this mo ulug
About thlrtv-tlvo Japanese ' hu ha I
left thu planlutlou, ill If led Ii i vum
terduj, and uiinouiired that tiv n
read) for work. In thu umr.f u . n
evening emUbjiluu from voinr of th
strike lead"!!) visited Walpahu and
mixed among the men
According to tome of tho Japanese
who weie approached, the visitor
threatened tci have them "done up'
after thu sttlko was settled If they te
turned to woik Thu result was that
none uusweicd thu whistle und u
number of them packed up their blnu
kets this moinlng und started hack to
Sherlrr Jmrutt paid a visit to Wnl
pnhu, hut found nil quiet to he u
turued heiu this morning
TRY TO KIDNAP SULTAN.
CONSTANTINOPLE, June 12. It
is ramored here that an unsuccessful
attempt was made today to kidnap
Sultan Abdul Hamid.
FOUR KILLED IN CYCLONE.
LEUDERS. Tex., June 12. Four
persons were killed in a disastrous
tornado which devastated this part
of the country today.
COME TO MOANA
AND HEAR THE OAND
A very lino piogrnm has been ar
ranged for tomorrow afternoon at tlio
Moun.1 Hotel by tho lloyal Hawaiian
Hand The coneert will not he ut Ku
plolaiil I'ark as previous!) nunouueed
,Tho .Moulin furnishes the most delight
fill site In the rllv for a bind conceit
and, Willi the beach the silif and tie
otlrei attractions of thu Moana, t li -
occusloii affords a veiy excellent o'iKir
tunllv for an outing Captain Ileigei
wishes It understood that he wl'l fu
ulrh one of his best progimm '1 In
'couVert will begin nt Ih 'c
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TH s&ml-W &Pr
HOME OF THE CR0SSETT SHOE
Sec our Men's 0R0SSETT WINDOW,
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia. June.
12 The submarine Kcinbala has
been sunk m the Black Sen. The
hrchknt took place during the trials
and twenty were drowned.
Aso and Soya
SEATTLE, Wash, June 12 The
cruisers Aso and Soya sailed today
WASHINGTON D C . June 12.
i The State Department has no ad-,
i wees uirarding any consDiniey. and'
the Janmieso embassy chaiactcrtees
the uhcle story ns highly 'mptob-
able , 1
BOTH SIDES REST.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 12. Both'
sides have rested their cases in the
Calhoun trial. The defense intro
duced r.o evidence. The arguments
will be made Monday. v,
NEW YORK CITY. Jnn 19 -
big Cunard liner Slavonia has
ashore on Tlorcs Island and
(feared that she will be a total
All of the passengers have
LEE STATUE UNVEILED.
VICKSBURG, Miss.. June 12.
The statue of General Stephen Lee
was unveiled today in the presence
of a vast gathering of veterans.
! OVERFIELD FEDERAL JUDOE.
WASHINGTON. D. C June 12.
Tctei Overfield of Pennsylvania was
today named as Judge of the Third
uisinct ot Alaska.
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