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EVENINO nUI.LCTtN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATUItDAYf JUNE 12, 1009.
13 V AU IIIOWITY
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
I ruler mill liv vlitr" nf n certnlu
ml. (if exec uilim Issued mil uf the
Dl'lil t C(nul u( Wnlnluu. t'it ami
Count v uf Honolulu I fi rltnr of Hn
WHll, on Hip 2'Jlli il.n or Mil). 1909.
In the iii.iitei ot Hip lleirfschlucger
Co. Ltd . il:ilnlllT. against K. Konilii.
le-epenileiu, 1 illil on the 311 1ny (if
Mny limn, make n ilcninnil nn re
nte ml, nl K Kmiiln, al Wnlnlun,
t'Mv iiml Count) of Itmiuliilu, Terrl
l(ii' or Hawaii, aforesaid, foi pnv
mi'iit of mill) execution, mill snld K
K in do having fulled to coniil with
hiuli demand ell lie r In whole or In
li.nl, I Jlil on thu unlit 31st elu.v uf
Mat. A I) 1909, lew iiimir nnil shall
offi for wile iiml ri'll tit public mic
tion to I lie highest bidder al the
( diii I House In Wiiiulun. Clt) nnd
Count) of Honolulu. Turiltor) of '
llaWHll, nt 12 o'clock noon on Sat
urday. Jul) 17 A I) 1!ifl!i all the'
rlRht, tit le mill Inter en I or sulci K '
Konclii 111 and lo no mill li uf I lie per
sonal piopeitv heielnufter described
ns mny lic necessary to sntlsfv the j
hi execution Wiles (lie sum of Two
Hunched unci Elghtv-Oiic unil 07-100
IhillnrH I SM 1 ciT I. that being the
miii.unt foi which Mild execution
duelled toKelher with Intel est. costs i
unci nn fe unci expenses, lire im I- I
mud) pulcl I
ritOPKHTY 10 in: SOLD '
All the right title and Interett of ,
silil K Komlci In nnd to the lullow
i tip de-u rlheel personal piupuitv;
I .' w len plrlure frames
Hi lull I'nihl Mali.
I 1 dull tarn
4 I .hi pan me knives, Ijiiiks
' 1 lull Knlio
li I-1 liox lieinu.
7 t liox Hull
I I .", box Knlitii
1 pin knee intitcheK
it IiiIIh. ku ii poo
Ju pke wakmne
I i nl In wire clothes Hue.
1 hnx bean
1-1 Her tin Noil.
1-tS box unit Huh.
.11 tins XI. I. luoiiiullo pcivv-
1 1 teaspoons
2 hnnglug lanipsi.
1 IOll SCIUW.
1 box shoe strings.
1 box h.ilr plntc.
1 b.ib) iindeiKhlit.
1 box Jupnneiie shoes,
9 Klrl undershUts.
" open iiudcishlits
2 lolls table cloth.
1-2 box small Huh.
." baibers combs.
I ladles' b.icli combs.
.'12 1 box Hlnte pencils.
"3 7 pair bind. mix. small.
:il 11-1 box of s.iugei
35 1 box white ci ii) on
"! 1 box blade buttons.
genuine riendi briar
7 J I I
c loth lined
111 pi i. .lap Urfti woodeti sllp-
3 .lap stoves
10 washing brushes
I 1-2 boxen .lap refined can-
'17 (R r S Mills rlotll
J ! d-4 Vila DutiKteu dotll
1 box' Inpiinesc st HIT. .em).
1 box Japanese stuff, Kill-
bcix Japanese stuff, Xln
box Japanese stuff, Mo
boxes Japanese stuff,
111 Jap towels.
11 spotted handkerchiefs.
10,1-1 )ds warranted nnlllnc
7 Mis. freckled diith.
11 )ds I'eabud) I)ie)s.
30 1-2 )ds Standard I)re)S.
12 )ds Standaid grnvs
k )ds km cloth
21 ds Aniline black.
3,'l )ds lleian batiste.
1J )ds .Men Imack cloth.
If. vels. white cloth.
17 )ds )ellow linen
213-1 )ds white and black
2 belli cloth,
10 pes Jnp.ineie plcturis.
2S Hills. Jap cloth.
9 spools fast wool embroid
er) tin end
94 S spools snow while wool
95. 10 spools Cardinal wool cm
bioldery tin cad.
IMl C spools )cllow wool etn
97 D spools blue green wool em
95 ((i spools mange wool em
99 I I spools ) el low green wool
omhicihlci) I hi cail
4 bci)s' caps
2 black feather hats
.' uim-h fighters' obeshlme.
4.'i stnndlnK lamp chltnueys.
Ml Dcliz lamp chltune)s.
1 box ot mask.
I bottles embolic ncld wa
f. small uudershlitB.
9 to) pistols.
1 box tooth picks
1 box Japanese medicine.
31 tins selected Jnpiinesc
Roods tumuli nl.e).
4.1 33 tins selerled ,1a pa nee
goods iIuiko size).
14 3 stnndlnK lumps.
2 bottles Jnpnncxe Roods.
S hone blushes.
1 counter scales.
1-1 tin l.onlase
2 ciuwis huts, white.
. largo funnels and
111. 13 bottles uf nnttfcbrlnum
1 1 a 3 bottles Jap red Jul;.
Ilti. 3 bottles blue black Ink.
117 2 bottle black Ink.
US 3 bottles Koncshl8 white
c liiiod) ne.
119. 1-2 bottle Jnp Sanso.
120. 1-4 bottle Jap Asa.
1-2 bottle Jap SI so, cubbaga
1 bottle AKllfl CnrbolUato.
3-4 bottle nltrll blcarbonas.
5 pes. baby p.nlller.
3 ltuRby locks and C ke)8.
fi r.ilircnhclt tliermometer.
I : Little .lap standing
j I Ga
sman. j 104.
108. a pkgs. bone buttons.
109. ti stone of Jap kind of Ink
well, Zugurl, large sizes.
170. 4 stones of Jap kind of Ink
well, Zugurl, small.
171. 24 rolls sapollo.
172 3C boxes Jnp tooth powder.
173. 7 bottles vaseline, small.
174. 1 bottle asellne, large.
1 75. 3 belli. Jap stiff kobo.
2.1 tins Jap stuff Fukl.
1.1 tins Jap stuff Nurazukl.
20 tins American nbolone.
17 tins Nlshl.
9 tins Norl.
2 tins rukuzlnshuten.
S tins Matoko.
9 tins Aniasukl.
27 tins Mute.
40 tins Naslil.
3 tins Klnknn.
30 tins Kamuburo.
23 tins crab, Kanl or Igumt,
3 tins crab, Kal,
18 tins Konlaok.
28 Eagle Urand Cond. milk.
19 tins Jap Ame.
1.1 tins o)ster torlgal.
2 1-2 dot. water-proof col-
7 tlni Insect powclc.1, large.
41 boxes ultramarine blue.
7 bottles Oihtrol, small,
4 bottles OAhlrol, large.
10 bottles washing ponder.
4 bottles tooth powder.
8 buttles J.ip hair oil.
7 tins takiini toilet powder.
9 tins Aralko powder.
8 bottles pepper.
5 bottles mustard.
12 bottlei machine oil.
13 bottles saffron, mcill-
4 bottles pure glycerine,
2 bottles Jnp medicine,
13 bottles Jap medicine,
1 bottle saktiban, large size.
1.1 bottlei blue coloring,
10 bottles yellow coloring,
19 bottles red coloring,
10S In all.
11 bottles tincture Jodlum.
1 bottle Kumlchl, medicine.
2 tins Ikassa, stomach
i pleK. Jnp li'.i, laige size. !
2 pkgs. toilet fonp, Violet.
pkgi. Illnode tooth pow-
C boxei Jnp biscuit, large.
4 boxes Jap biscuit, small.
13 liaise Mnml.
1 1-2 Jap chidlgaml,
C mirrors, 8x12 inches.
0 Mlxu's line Jersey ribbed
0 Lad)'s fine Jersey rlbfied
I doz Harrison bottles Jap;
0 long-handle dippers.
0 1 lie tin.
1-1 box sltnlti.
9 tea kettles.
3 sihool bags.
C pes tiikiie
5 pis allc strapi.
1-2 box rat.il.e Jn stuff.
1-2 box k lseniiko Jnp stuff
II p.ilis Jnp strap slippers.
20 pis lap straw slippeis.
2.1 pis Jap wooden slippers.
uni la u
1-2 bottle cucumber seed.
1-2 bottlei Jap Kombo beed.
1 box No. 0 hooks.
1 box No. 8 hooks.
1 box No. 13 hooks.
1-2 dozen monthly time
10 books Jnp-Amer. & Un
Dictionaries. 20 books Jap Sliocttm.
3 books Atnerlinii Ego Ku-
3 books Amcitcun gram-
10 small size Jap bowls.
1 spool lotton string.
10 bottles Die Nlsksamhe
bottles Medicine Turueln.
pkgs. Jnp Kusurl.
pkgs, menstrerad medl-
5 pkgs. medicine, Surl.
4 pkgs. Knkatusurl.
2 pkgs. lllfuml.
3 battles colleyrlum.
2 tins Uenmen.
1 bottle Ze.irln.
12 tins Insect powder,
19 linen collars.
2 Jap boxes, Kiimll size.
1 Jup box, largo size.
3 pkgs. mosquito powder,
1 box, 35 Iraa und slate
7 pes. of stone button, ot 4
0 doz. lory buttons.
40 Jup combs.
14 Jap fans. ,
29 Jap pipes.
8 fountain pens.
20 pairs of cuffs.
25 hair fasteners.
2 doz. safety pins.
14 Ink pens. '
7 rolls of plnn. '
11 brass soap hangers.
3 toy swords,
1 box Eagle steel pens.
13 Jap flower stands.
4 rice placer, kasane. large
218. C rice placer, kasane, small
219. 42 small Jup saucers.
21 small Jap tea kettles.
2 largo tea kettles.
47 Jup cups, Iluchuchamun
3 Jup clay Jars.
29 Jup tea cups.
9 rice bowls, large
20 rice bowls, small.
4 duz. small Bake cups,
1 sake staud, kumbl.
2 ledger books.
25 business books, all
5 brass bulls.
25 bags charcoal.
2 show rases.
2 Jap bamboo baskets.
2 tea kettles.
7 brass tea kettles.
6 pkgs. best Jap tea.
70 pkgs, best Jup tea, me-
Cable : Knudsen to Morgan
"I am cabling you toda? to semi $100 worth of May's Old Rona Coffee. I am satisfied that we
(tm inukc the colTea exhibit e.s attractive as the pineapple exhibit, and I want this old coffee to
serve." Extract from lettei to Jas. F. Morgan from A. F. Knuds :n, Chairman Hawaii Commission,
Is the r:cognized standard ev rywheie in Hawaii. That is because the coffee is selected and aged.
You con have tins coffee for your own table at 25c the pound, fresh roasted and ground daily.
Henry May & Co., Ltd
PHONES 22 AND 1)2.
12 vnrloni neckties.
6 prs. ladles' black box,
1 box 12 pr. gents' box.
1 box 8 pr. gents' sox.
8 coal oil burners (2 size).
S hdl. wick, 12 In bunch,
1 box Ityg. cigarette pa
pers, containing 29.
258. 1 box llyg. cigarette pa
pers, containing 60.
269. 19 ladles' fans with pkg.
19 straw golden maize clg.
1-2 box Akagal.
1-2 box Hum.
1-3 box lUsel.
1-2 box IIIJIJI. ;
1-4 box nigon.
1-4 box Idlko.
18 wooden Hatnozl.
10 spools embroidery
8 Klnolto Bilk.
3 boys' neckties.
7 ladles' bands.
6 Colls ribbon.
8 Jap baboo rule.
1 alarm clock.
29 pkgs. flower seeds.
19 pearl buttons.
1-2 box slate pencils.
30 pkgs. sowing needles.
fi brass chains with charms.
Dated June 7, A. D. 1909, at Wal
nlua, City and County of Honolulu,
OSCAIX P. COX,
Deputy Sheriff, Valalua,
City and County of Hon
olulu. 4335 Juno 12, 20; July 10.
Why Milk Inspector M)liro should
bo dropped and a new nun appointed
In his place is a question that many
persons, taking uu aclho Interest In
public afrslis, are unking themselves.,
Tliore isjho objection to the Ma)or's
upiKlntce, Saunders, apparently, but
tho claim Is made that the offlcc of
milk Inspector thou d ho kept out of
Tho last Icglslatu'.o tossed a law
turning oyer many functions, not exer
cised by ,Uh Terrllor) to thu counties,
Unilctbli law It clinohcs upon the
Mayor tq.pppplnt a milk Inspector.
As Myhrc. has held that office for
something like ten )cars, It was gen
erally supposed that he would, bo
named, JJut r'eru did not bee it that
way, und sent clown u now iiamu to
thc Supoi visors. Saunders 'has not
been continued und u fight seopis prob
able before tho deslivd Job will gc to
Myhro Is conceded to bo a very
capable man. and thera pre many who
believe that,hls faithful tervlco de
scries consideration, Furthermore, ho
Is vouched for us thoroughly compo
It; A. Duncan, Territorial Kood Com
missioner, when approached today by
a llullutln reporter In regard to
the matter, said;
"I do not euro to make any state
ment In regard to the matter, other
than to Bay that Myhro Is a ery com
petent man und a faithful worker. I
have nothing against Saunders, but I
(Continued from P2 )
rearched It was found to contain tho
most obscene of French literature, ,
iile pictures nnd defaming letters, j
"It wus the worst collection I ever
raw, and any man who Mould keep
such stuff In his sofa Is degraded
and low lit nature," said High Sheriff
Habeas Corpus Pau.
The habeas corpus proceedings In
tho cases of J, Soga, Nlppu JIJI, Y, Ta
saka, K. Kuinura M. Negoro nnd Kred
Maklno went by tho board In Judge
Ti nl.l .. ..n..,.. ......, ,1.1a nn..l.. ...t...
IAIUUU1BIM1 B VUUI t UilD MIVKIIilg,, WIIVI1
Attorney General Iteraenway stated
that tho Territorial Orand Jury would
.Immediately consider tho evidence In'
! Il,l rjiuifi(nn nt tlin flrivcirmni.nt drill. I
a lew to brltigng Indictments against
the defendants. This would cllmlii.
utu the necessity of action in tho hab
eas corpus matter, and tho prisoners
would be) tctuanded to the care of tho
High Sheriff, pending arrangements
Tho courtroom was packed with in-
terestcd spectators, many uf whom
were Japanese, when court was called
to order at 9 o'clock, Tho move on
tho part of tho Attorney Oencral was
somewhat of a surprise to Attorney
I.lghtfoot, counsel for tho defendants,
as ho expected to continue his fight
against tho dismissal of the writ of
habeas corpus and hyiwd to secure
tho release of Mb clients.
The news flashed through the cor
ridors of the courthouse! that the Oram!
Jury was listening to incriminating
evidence relating to the Japanese ag
itators and leaders In the strike and
when Judg KoblnsOn's court ad
journed until 12 o'clock, It was noticed
that the crowds were becoming rest
less and expectant. Within the court
room. In tho custody of police officers
and the bailiff of tho court, Maklno,
Editor Soga, Negoro and Kumura sat
talking with their counsel and a few
friends. Maklno said:
"Wo are nut looking to mako trou
ble. 'Wo are only lighting for higher
wages. Instead of arresting me, tho
officers should thank mo for keeping
peace among the strikers. Hut tho of
ficers are all right. We are treated
well at the Jail." (
At noon court reconvened, and after
the Attorney Oeneral announced the
Indictments of Negoro, Tasuka and
Kawatnura, and tho Issuance of war
rants for Maklno, Negorp, Tasaka, So-J
ga and Kawamura, Judgo Iloblnson dis
missed tho habeas corpus proceedings,
and romanded tho Indicted men to the
euro of High Sheriff Henry,
In Judge Whitney's courtroom oral
artillery rang through the corridors,
and hot legal battles were fought be
tween Attorney Oencral and Lawyers
LlglUfoot nnd Kinney. Tho latter paid
their respects to ench other In tho
most uncomplimentary manner. Tho
petition In tho habeas corpus proceed
ings of the twcnty.fdur Japaneso work
ment who are held at witnesses In tho
,caso, was the subject of consideration
befpro Judgo Whitney.
A Criminal Organization,
Knney referred to the) Japancso
strikers on possessing nothing short
of a criminal organization,, and that It
was necessary to hold all of the men
arrested In ordor to -secure their tinaf
fected testimony In tho assault case. At
torney LUhtfoot warmed up and stat
ed (hat the prosecution had no right
under the law whatever to hold tho
men, and that It was a disgrace and
shame to a land of liberty to keep
them lu Jail.
.Theii followed a heated argument, In
which much personal abuse crept In.
Kinney referred to lawyers "who con
tinually bawl about the latid of the free
and homo of (he bravo, and Speak with
tears in their voices about tho ex
aggerated Ideas of certiln peoplo." Ho
Whitney & Marsh
LATEST STYLES in POPULAR SHADES
The Ideal Summer Drink
" 'A Perfect Blend
Delicious, Cooling, and Refreshing
(the famous mineral water from the Harber Mountains of
(the pure Mountain IUspbcry Juice from Ootha, Germany.)
Eauerbrunneni 100 bttls to the case, $10.00 per case.
Himbeersaft, 12 lge bttls to the case, vg' $8.50 per case.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
AFRICAN HUNTING S0NO.
longer, unless It could lie shown thati
mey nrut specific Knowledge finei inior- '
nation regarding- tho cade nt hand, llwana Tumbci sho tor lilno
reallv del not consider ih'At thn nubile
service would bo benefitted by putting 'sJ''1 Uiat ,no present state of affairs
an untried man Into a position of 10
community as that of milk Inspector.'
Though tho milk Inspector comes
under the direction of tho Supervisors,
he miiBt of necessity come much Into
contact with the r'tood Commissioner,
and there seems to ibo a feel
lu Hawaii would bo remembered with
vital Imiiortanco to the welfare of tho '"a"'" b' 'he peoplo, und that the tlmo
nnn come to put a Stop to.the demon
stration, Unlawful Acts.
"Yes, they will bo remembered."
thundered Llghtfoot, "and well remem
bered will bo tho unlawful net of those
lug that a man should be appoint-' w"0' "en man was In Jail, cntoree)
ed who will work in sympathy with the 1 h,B sa,o and took therefrom papers
land documents that did not belong (o
lliem. Mr. Kinney speaks of tho crowd
that aBsenlbled jesterday as a disord
erly mob. I deny that such was the
case. During all of the proceedings
Now York, Muy 17. The alarming
laxity on thq part of the 1'otto Itlcan
goMmmdqt In the euro und control ot
lepers will bo brought to tho attention. lu yeeteriay'a cases, I.kuow of no In.
of the United Stute Government by stance where any of' the Japanese
Dr. IMward Ehlers one of a party of friends of the strikers made any ills
four European experts' who hao been turbunco. Thoy wovo In the courtroom
ftudylng .diseases prevalent In tho and they had a perfect right to bo
West Hides. Dr. Ehlers said 'Jiat 'They smoked In tho corridors, and In
under present conditions In rortonico' the absehco of a rule of court they
It was possible for many lepers to cm!-,,,. a iarect r)B,lt , A d ,
Unaitea.amat?Kn'y ' th Bay ."" T"t In conference with tho
unueu amies. . ipmio i ,i. i.m i..; i..i.
..v.H ... iu jui, iudi uikuu. iiiwy said
to me that tho friends of the strikers
wuro urged to remain .quiet and npt
tuko any disturbance. .And Ihey have
oboyed this order in spite of what my
learned friend stated."
Judge Whitney dismissed the hab
eas cornus nroceedlncs. with the
'understandlm; ni iho part of counsel
on -both tides that Iho subject of hold-
Inn tin wltuodeeu to ball would bo
t'llren nj r- iiuedUtely. which was dono
JiUku. Whitney la bis decision, btat
ed that In Ibis cuse It did not appear
that Riilllclent cause had been pre
sented to hold tho men In Jail any
"In the city of Ponce," ho said, "I
find leprosy very prevalent, and saw
many victims In tho streets ot tho city.
Two men in an advanced stage of tho
disease I observed begging In the mar
f rjjJT- BUI LETIN MSB PAY'
rl- cu'er for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B, KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
that lu some cases It wax necessary
but that In the proceedings this did
not appear evident. Ho ordered that
the matter bo taken up ut 4:30 tills nf
tcrnoim, and In tho meantime tho pros
ecution should camlno witnesses and
dlschargo any from custodj who kuuw
nothing of thu alTalr. Kinney objected
on tho ground that It would take until
tomorrow morning to complete Iho ex
amination. I.lghtfoot Bald It vns un
just to continue the case longer. The
Judgo Anally made an order to hear thu
prosecution tomorrow iiiorulu'4 nt 9
THE JAPANESE training ships Soya
pnd Aso, under Admiral IJIchl, aro ex
pected to arrive hero from Se.ittlo
June 23rd Jupeuese Consul Oencral
Ueno received a cablegram from the
Admiral, stating that ho would lie
hero oh that date.
sl 1 1 lull eda thlm,
An dhen o vers ho wedas Ignu
To nrth Ish 1111 (erg rim.
Co olna shea sac uciimb or
A sheto ok hi sulm,
Ito adyt ntn cenu yniun her
Ofs uch scir tufga me,
Ilwuna Tiimbo, Ictall fo aril Im!
I'a uti.il not lira list!
An ha nstthat dar escom en carlilm
Headd etoh Isl 1st.
Andw henhehas fin! fig htlng
Sua keaued bo ustand b trd,
Al llilsul ghtsliu pu tslnw rl ting
I'd tap luuk aw ord.
N. A. J. In N. Y. World.
'Translation will follow by mall
THE UNITED STATES Army trans
port Logan, Captain Stlnson, arrived
from San KrancUco this morning, dock
Ing at tho Naval wharf. The ranking
ofneor of tho Twentieth Infantry U
Lieutenant Colonel A. C Ducat. Ho li
accompanied by his wife. Tho trans
poi t on Sunday, Juno C ut C p. 111 ,
passed u hulk showing CO feet out of
wuter. This was in latitude 32 28
north, longitude 129.22 west Sho will
sail on Monday ut G p, in.
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