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VOL XI. NO. 4338.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 10098 PAOES.
PIUCE 5 CENTS.
AHIR A WONT ACT
5JH II Lb WW 111 111 I
:: (' ' Mow Itiral ms"nt of Hip Atuprlcati lliiwnllan Hup. ipppIvpiI
Jt n cablegram Iniui Hip Now York il!li'i- tills inniuliig slating tlial Hip
:t new HlPaiiifhlp mm' building fur tlm Honolulu-Han Francisco run will
:: hnie nccniiimodallotiH fur thirty-six pisspugprH.
SI This nit-ana that Hip pffoi I of Mr. Mono unci nlheiH to secure nr-
n cnminodatlon for (mo hundred passi-ngi'tH Iiiih fitllcit. but llipy lio
: k.iIiiiiI Homi-thlng over the nrlK.iinlly-phiniioil twenty-ilw.
:: TIip iiIHcIiiIk nf lli cuiiipiiiv state Hull llipy oip mil In Hip pis-
IS henger liuidiiPBs initl 'llilu Htcaiucr will lio etinlpppd merely fur the
:t coiivpiiIpiicp (if Hip Honolulu public,
t: Thrco now steamer, nni being liullt. One will lie put mi llio
:: Honolulu-San rr.inrlrn run, bolng Rperlally equipped In seno the
:: ilpiuatiilii uf llil city's ipulo. nu'il inn mi a regular schedule Tint
:t stpainer will Iip uf Hip llnpst typo of uioiIpiii ship mill there Ih mi
ilnulit that Hip thirty six p.iHsengpra wilt havp 11 ml pIiihh accoinninda-
:: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :::: :: :: :: :: :: n t: :: :: :: :: :: :i n :
WASHINGTON. .June 10. The
Japanese Ambassador has received
the appeal of the Honolulu Japanese
who claim to have been improperly
treated by the authorities. Mr. Ta
kahira stated to the Associated Press
tepresentativc that he will not act
in the matter until he has learned
all the facts. This indicates that
he will obtain his information from
other sources than Negoro and those
lodging thc complaint. The usual
method will be followed for the Con
sul to remain in touch with the sit
uation and make a report when call
ed upon to do so by his government.
MR. CASTLE GIVES
FACTS Til JAPANESE
Ml A letter ree"lpd from W. It. tX
it Cnxtle, who Ih tearing In Japin tt
tt states Hint ho lias hpeti very tt
tt widely Interviewed hy the Jup'm- tt
ti ph paper reg-irding the strike tt
tt situation In Hip Islands. He haa tt
tt lieen aMe to tfve Hip fnclH of con- tt
tt illtloiiH here nnil net the reading tt
tt publlr of the larger .lupaticso'st
K eltk'H right on the subject, tt
M When Mr. Castle left Yokoha- tt
tt ma ha wan houml for Toklo nnil tt
ft statcil that while there he would tt
tt have occasion to rail at the For- tt
it elfin Oince. tt
u t: tt tt tt tt tt u t: st t: tt tt tt tt a ;i
ougar ott i
That a ippui fu.ni tlii oIIIpp
of Hip High ShuiilT Mm be lie
tailed to Jicl as ti built uianl tor
IMItor Pliobu, lb the I.im hi Hie
court iIeplopiuenlH of Hip slilke
puliation ory sliue SIipIm k
life him lieen In dun.'' i fiom ai
tacl. I iv Hip plots imeaiilu d. Hie
cilllrl lis haw fplt it iipii hhji to
IhrotV every Biifpg.uihl iiioiind
those nellvo In Hie piosit tiilon.
I'm ip'er a week a mium of
ficer linn hern looking ulu r Slip
Iu'h IntuesitH, hut It now .iii'.irH
the Tenilory will urMiiii" )' u
SonslbllltJ. High Hherirr IN m
lias mil given out any lufiiim nlnu
iih yet on the Kiilijeel Imi l h- not
deny that such action uu be
taken. Ah all of tho cases Iibvh roup
over until Friday uu S.iiiii lu
the PourtH wpro very ipilet today,
mid hut fott- Japanese weie seen
tiliout lie Julie l.ii'.v building, ex
eept tlioxp In ult'iuliiue" an wit
iiphsph In IVilerul Grand Jury
cases. Mont of thpue will Umo
s: ss s: :: s: :: :: t: :: :: :: :: :s ss
lrul.Ii III Moll Kmllli iiT the
I Ion I'd ol Health IIiIh morning ml-tcilli-ed
foi hid for Hip count mo
tion of Hie new HoHpltnl of TIit
iipeutleii, to he eotmtructed at Ku
llhl. for whlrh the Hum of tJnnn
wan iiiproiiiiitpil hy the hint
leKlHliitme. Wlillp the Teirltory
will stand the oxihuisp of liulldluK
Hip lalioralory, the I'tiltcd StateH
(ioM'iuinPUt will pijiilp the hiiild
i ni-: and maintain It, lu the line of
mime for Kolentlflc purposes.
SS SS SS SS SS SS It K tt tt SS ss ss
GRAND JURY RECESS
Thoiifih the Keder.il (irniM Jury li.ii
not completed It k work, a iccchk wuh
taken HiIh noon until Saturday morn
hiK. At that Ume the report of the
work of llilu kpkkIoii will Iip koiio oi T
(mil when Hip July attain poiivpiips on
.loml.i Hip repoit will lio miulp.
l After n pleasant vacation Deputy U.
S Cleric A A. De.-iH Ih hack at hlx
dpiik thin moruliii;. I
ctfva.t, ,di AfeSfrCLW
"Correct Clothes for Men."
Made in New Yoik and the styles are the latest,
stock of summer fashions.
The Kash Co.,Lt d.
T0KI0. June 16. The officials of
the Foreign Office today informed
i the Associated Press that they have
not received any appeal from any
Japanese subjects in Hawaii in re
gurd to any violation of treaty
MOORE STILL TALKINO.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 10. At
torney Moore occupied the whole
day with the continuation of his ar
gument in the graft prosecution.
SU6AWARA IN COURT
Japanese Who Assaulted
SuKiiwurn, tho Japanese, collector
for the lUfilier-WaRO Association,
urrcntrd for the aliened ntmault at
I'unnluii Juno 11 on II. Numata, was
churned lu the Circuit Court ueforo
Judge Whitney thin afternoon, and
demanded a hearing. Ah lie was not
icprPHCiiled hy counsel, JudBo Whit
ney set tho hearing for Monday,
June 111, In lieu of an Indictment
heltiR brought by the Brand Jury In
the meantime, which would elimi
nate a hourliiR in the case.
Tilt: RTKAMnil I.IKK.UKi:, Nuo
pala, sailed HiIh afternoon.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts,
Do not think that your es
tate is too small for us to
The same care and atten
tion is given to every estate
placed with us, irrespective
loas It l Favorable
But Won't Say
"I have received a caolegram from
AmbaHsadcr Takahira und 1 consider It
This! was u)J NeKoro would sny
IhU noon regqidjnK the answer' he
received to hlauibled complaint' laid
before the Jupnnexe ainbiiBsndor at
WltshliiRton IIU followem have
taken It for granted that the fact
that Ncgoro got recognition Ih en
couraging, ami that Is what they are
baslug their hopes on.
Tho story waa current yesterday
afternoon and thin morning that the
strike Agitators were busy circulat
ing tho statement among their fol
lowers that when Admiral IJIchl's
squadron nrrlvex here the warships
will take a hand In behalf of tho
This statement was further sup
ported by tho distribution of u Jap
anese circular nmong houso servants
at Walklkl, and one of the' servants
translated It as a declaration that
the warships will interfere for them.
A II u 1 1 e 1 1 n roporter this morn
ing made a thorough canvas of the
Japanese section, going among thc
strikers as well as visiting the vari
ous Japanese newspaper otllccn, but
found everyone claiming Ignorance
ot the "warship circular." The
btrlkers stated they had read no such
circular, and the Nlppu .JIJI men
stated that nothing of that kind had
been printed In their office.
There Is no doubt that the Agita
tors are disposed to make tho most of
tho visit of the warships, to make a
favorable impression on the people
they are leading. And there Is no
doubt thut tho strikers are led to
believe that something will happen
for their benefit.
Other than this and the receipt ot
a cablegram by Negoio from tho
Japanese Ambassador at Washing
Continued on Page 2)
Tho following bids were opened
today lit the Public Works Depart
ment for tho construction ot tho
Ilnyol Mausoleum and monument
The lowest bid on the monument
was by the Hawaiian Iron Kence and
Monument Co., und was for SO, 973,
and the lowest bid on tho concrcto
vaC. was by John Wnlkor.
Concrete Vuult John Walker,
S4,r'JG; 1,. M. Whitehouse, 15,193;
Hawaiian Iron Kence and Monument
Co.. $5,900; A. I'. Macdonuld, 18,
500. Monument Hawaiian Iron
Kence & Monument Co.. $5,973; Lu
cas III os SG, 1G8.
WASHINGTON, June 16. The
Senate today rejected the amend
ment offered to the tariff bill limit
ine .the admission of 300,000 tons of
sugar free from the Philippines to
two years. Senator Foster in speak
ing on the amendment stated that
free trade would destroy all hope
for the eventual independence of
..The section of the .bill providing
for greater freedom of trade with
the islands passed by a vote of forty
two to twenty-six.
ST. PETERSBURG. June 10.
The keels for four Dreadnoughts
have been laid by the Russian gov
TAFT'S MESSAGE SENT.
"It simp!) moans that I am fi recloHlns un limit ;ug.. mi the
Island of Uiu.il" hjIi! W. (I. Iruln thin iimnilng In a Hut let In
reporter, lu response to a iiier conceitilns u r port that Mr. I, win
was about to lake over the prup"ity.
"I hold u first mortgage on Hip Islnml for more than Uio whole
tt thing Ih worth." continued Mr. Iiwln. "I nni fureploxlug mid Mr.
SS Gay is endeavorliu; tu make a settlement Mr Cat Is the iinmrual
St owner of the property, but It Is mortgaged to me."
tt There was n junior current In IiukIiipsm circles this inortilnn to
St tho effect that Charles Oay wa.t endeavoring to make a sptilenient
tt with regard to I-atml Inland, and to jncure rormboinlion Mi. Iiwin
tt was asked for a statement.
tt Through a deal made with the Territory some time birk,
tt Charles (lay came Into ixissesslon of Hip entire t land of l,an:il. The
tt money to finance tho doil was furnished hy William (I Irwin who
SS took u first mortgage on the Intid In nupstltpi in reeurc his lntprptn.
HeKirt Iihh It that Oay found the undertaking too big for him to
handle, and that he was not ready when li win made a demand on
him for a settlement.
Nevertheless, with the prescrt easy rnuillHun nf the money tmi
ket. It Is thought more I Inn like y that (lav leiv be ul,,. t, Hiving
tho deal jet und forestall the fori closure proeeedlng.
tt tt tt u tt tt tt tt ss k st n st :: tt ts t:tt tt tt ss ss :s ss n st ss ss ss ::
S SS It It
Investigate our methods
and you will be satisfied.
WASHINGTON, June 16. Presl
dent Taft sent his message to Con
gress today in which he advises a
tax on the unused earnings of cor
porations and the submission of the
income tax issue to the several
States for an amendment of ths
NO MONEY FOR
Territory May Hve No
) Leprosy Congress
Despite the heavy appropriations
which the Territory has made for
combatting leprosy, It Is not only
possible but probabfe that the Ter
ritorial Government will have to do
without a representative at the In
ternational I.eprony Congress In
Dr. K, S. Goodhue of Kona has
been named as the Territory's dele
Rate to the Congress, but no appro
priation has been made for his ex
penses. Thus, should Dr. Goodhue
attend the Congress, he will have to
dofray the cost of the trip out of
his own pocket, even though the
(Continued on Page 3)
VISIT MAY BOOST
TRADE WITH JAPAN
Repressn'.atlve of Great Firm of Mi'sui & Co. Is in Honolulu Studying
Commercial Situation May Arrange to Handle Hawaiian Sugar
Extensively in Nippon.
T. Takahashl, representing tho
trading department of Mitsui A Co..
one of the oldest, the largest und tho
most Influential business firms In
Japan Is In Honolulu. Ho Is here
to Inveitlgate thc various lines of
bu .ueiH toiidiieteil In Hawaii.
I am heie to Investigate the vari
ous lines of himlness," eald Tnkulin-
shl to a II u I I e 1 1 n reporter estor
day In his nparttnents at the Young
Hotel, "Hy direction of the board
of directors of the firm. I will study.
Ih innthnilft nnilar whli.h llm l.i.al.'
liens utfalrs are being conducted in
Hawaii. We may noislbly enter
Into business with Hawaii on a large
sculo by means of the cable sjstem.j
I will stay hore about threo
weeks. Then I will take my depart
ure fur Ijondon, leaving on the
steamship Tcnyo Mam.
"At San Kranclsco I shall stay
about two weeks. From there I shall
proceed to Washington, where an
other two weeks will be spent In
looking after the business Interests
of tho company. From there I shall
go to Now York, whence I Bhall pro
ceed to London."
According to Mr. Taltahtishl. It Is
probable that his firm will buy
much Hawaiian sugar to bu shipped ,
to Japan. Mitsui & Co. Is at pres-t
ent Importing sugnr from Java.
While here ho will also look Into
the possibilities of entering Into the
fertilizer, coul and sulphur business
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurline, about .June 30.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 13.
SEE THAT BOY?
He is one of ours ; one of the kind
you read about, and SEE, when you
Meals at the
- Palm Cafe
Are better and less expensive.
Hotel, near Union,
It is ver likely that, ahnulil ho Unit
It worth while Impoitlng fertlllier,
coal and Milphur fiom Japan, ho
will possibly recommend in the board
of director of the company, to con
sider the proposition.
Mitsui JL Co. has sixty-live brnnrli
o.'lleps till over the world. It eni
plo) l.K(ii) people besides foielgu
prs. These are distribute I anioni;
piee gniit depat tiuents, bunking,
mining and trading.
The company owns n f.eet of eleven
efficient steamers, nggiegatllig over
L'G.000 Inns gross. Thej mo ill moat
exclusively engaged n the transpor
tation of the company's nwn'mer
cliandlFe to and fiom Japan, China.
Korea, Hongkong, I'lillipplucs,
Strait Settlements, llurmali. Java,
Ocean Island and other eastern ports.
The aggregate amount ot business
transacted during the year 1907 wat.
Mr. Takahashl was sent here part
ly to look after tho supply of coal
for tho Japancso training squadron
under Admiral IJichl.
Rachel II. Ilurdlck, of Kdgowater. N.
J., has written to Secretary Mill
Smith, requesting Information that.
would lead to tho whereabouts; of lid
win C. Ilurdlck, who left his homo In
New York City on February 15, 1903,
and who has not been heard of slnru.
Tho Inst word received from tho miss.'
lug man. r.ive his address iih general
ilclu ci j Honolulu.
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Prices $3.60 to $5.00.
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