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VOL. XI. NO. 4341.
1-1 PAGES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1909. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SEIZE EMISSARY OF PEACE
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AYS MR. UYENO
Also That Regular Reports Have
Been Mad el To Japanese Gov
al Men To Settle Strike INo
Delegates From Hawaii
Cnimul Ocnornl Usono stated In n
II II 1 1 u 1 1 ti ros)rtor llilB morning Hint i
ho lunl soul olllcliil nHirlH nn the
strike Bltuutlon to the Japanese l'or
clgn Olllco, thciohy refuting the fake I
"of jostcrduy nrtornooii reiterated this j
Ilioi ulliK timt llio Consul denied hilling
M'lit any ropoit to his Diivormncnl. He
states Unit his riint on tliu stilko
was forwauled by the flrat steamer to
Japan, utnl by Inference ly littn been '
Honding roports regularly by mull, unit
radio when asked by his superiors. .
"Of nun hi), us ;i Consul Ocucrul ifi
llio Japanese (lovernincnt, r nni obliged 1
In icport to tin' Homo Hoiornmeiit.'
tlm occurrences In Hawaii." trnlil Mr.
llyono this morning. "Whatever hap-,
pens hciu. so far iih the Japanese arc I
toncerned, It In my olllclnl tlut lo to-1
jiort to tlio Japanese rorclgn Ulllce '
Tills I tlo " i
Maklno, Japanese Subject.
According lo Consult General Uynno. I
It Ik certain that Kuril K. Maklno Ib u
subject of Japan, Tills settles the
iltivBtlon of Mnklno's right to lodge a
elalm for protortlon, at tlio liumtH of
the Japanese fiovcriimcnt. Many io
poitB hail It thai .Maklno nut u llrll
Hawaii's Deletjates Not Here.
The Japanese delegates, icprescut
Ins tin Japanese Higher Ww;o Asso
tlattnn on Hawaii, ilhl not arrive 1Mb
liimnliiK In the Maun.i Kea. The local
kltlke leaileiB huo been expecting to
see tliuin. TIih dulegalos, It Ib expect
ed, will poniu down the Urst week of
July. They expicl to be picscntcd to
the PlauteiB' Association by some rep
iilalile lapaiieee, when n confeience
will lie hell between the two liodlcs..
Stirring Op Uw.i.
A 'rtoiip of Japanese laboiers. said
lo Ivivj come fiimi hwa this moinlut;,
were talking to iho Btrlltem now In
Honolulu, when oveihoitd bv the It u I
let In mull thlK imiinliiK. The Kwa
mi'ii said Hint I' the plnnlois lefenlng
to the uginiH of the Kwu plantation,
do not mite I lib wages of the .lup'inoiio
I'lbnieiH hi the Hid of IIiIh liinillli the)
wiiiild go mi BlilUe and lone ihe plan
t nt Ion ni'U nioulli,
Proreaslorul Mm Take Part.
'I lie piomllielil JnpilioM, iucbidlliK
pli)hk'iiui. pilcBt and niliilidciK of Ihe
(iiihpnl, llllil M'lionl touchers, will, III
the near fiiliue, move lo si tile tliei
HI I Ike Tliev cxp'M ui settle It mime
time next mouth. Th Japanese mer-
Neat and nobby suits in
the latest styles and made
of handsome materials.
Correct clothes for school
closing exercises and at pric
es that make them especially
DC Z I
Corner Fort and Hotel St I
NO DEMANDS MADE
YET ON W. 0. SMITH
' Secretnrv V. O Smith of tlio li
IS Planteis' Association today nn- St
tl noiinred that no deinanilH lind SS
SS been made upon hlin by the Illlo SS
Xi.lupancM'. Managers of plnnta- It
SS tloiiH nrotind Illlo and on the Ib- SS
SS laud of Hawaii generally have nil SS
SS iccelved prcHiiuicd "rciU0stH" SS
tt Willi few exceptions. It
tt tt It SS tt tt SS SS SS SS ti It it tt tt SS SS
chnntB. both wholesale and retail, do
not cure to come nut and tuke part In
the sell lenient of the trouble between
the planters and tlio strikers. They
believe It Ib best for them to keep out
of the iiencc-iuaklnR proposition.
A well known Japanese, physician
Btatcil enterdny that he nud Ills as
sociates, with other professional men,
are seriously thlnklliK of emlliiK the
strike. Ho said that the large niiin
bcrn of I'tln JnppMece rtrik"rq In Ho
noliilu, Ib Hluiply ruining business.
They bellow the time Ib ripe for
them to take u hand to seltlo the
strike, mi far nK their Inlliienco koch.
It Is expected Hint a Keneial mietliiK
will be held soon by ihcfo men
Hotels Filled to Overflowing.
The four lead I lis Japanese hotels,
tliu Kaunjakl, the Komeya, the Yuma
hhiio nud the Kohaymshl. me filled lo
ovei llowlnn, '
Reaping the Harvect.
These hotel kcopcia are certalulv
nrikliic money rriini the strlkera,
whose epuu,e, It Is coniiaoul known,
come from the Higher Wnito AbkocI i
lloii Since the leBtiicllou of the Jap
inn'fn ImmlKrutlon. these hotel k.'i pers
hale bee.l pIMCtlc.lll) dollli! II l llllhl
iiokii. Their hope H briKlit, in loiiK uk
Ihe Htilko las's.
A uiililbir of the kiicsIb of Iho Jap
liuese hotels hale been foieed out b,
the liluii.iKOIinilil, hllUV the Hlllke.s
(lime Into town.
The Hiiwallau women, who Imo
l'i'i li i ntliiK rooms lu the Japaues,- ho
tils raid IIiIh niiiiului; that, hluce the
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A telephone tnosHaKp reached Sher
iff Jnriett this afternoon fiom Deputy
Hherlft Cox that lust ulKht a Japanese
emissary from the Kahiiku plantation
ilslted the strikers at Kaliana for the
purK)se of KettliiK some of the men
to ko hack to work. Ho has not re
turned since, and It Is reported that
ho has been locked up and held a pris
oner by tlio Btrlkera. Tho matter Ib
belliK Investigated by the officials.
James V. Lloyd will not rccclvo
$279.90 from the Territory of Ha
waii as compensation for alleged ox-
nil Bii'iiut.iiipiiiu iiiiit iyiewriiiliK i
work he perfoinied for tho Inst Leg
Mature, which he made the basis of
an action ugalnst the Territory on a
contract made by certain oHlcers of
the House of ItepreseutntlvcB, to col-1
lect the saino thiough tho courts I
Tho Hiipieino Com t handed down
a decision this morning, sustaining
Ihe demurrer filed by Attorney den
einl Hcmenwny for tho defendant It
Is held that tlio petition Ib not clear
as to whether tliu services tendered
constituted extra work, that tlio of
r.ccrs of the Legislature were not
a wine that Lloyd was to be paid for
extra work, and Hint $10 per day In
tituled nil of the services rendered
In him. An umeiid.itory petition may
'be tlle.il within five days.
III Host Wodehouso wan today ap
pointed by Governor I'lcnr as a mem
her of tlio Hoard of Prison Inspectors
for the Island of Oahii.
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurline, about June 30.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Bo not think that your es
tate is too small for us to
The same-care and atten
tion is given to wry estate
placed with us, irrespective
Investigate our methods
and you will be satisfied.
NEW YORK, June 10. The body
of Elsie Sigel, a worker among the
people of the slums was today found
in a trunk in the room of a Chinese.
The woman had been foully mur
dered and love letters found in her
cflccts indicated the unrequited love
of the man in whose room the body
was discovered. Miss Sigel is a
cianddaughter of the famous Gen.
SAN FRANCISCO. JUNE 19.
The Calhoun case went to the jury
shortly before noon today. Special
irosecutor i:eney spcSs for seven'
teen hours in closing the case for the
picsecution. Judge Lawlor charged
the jury, which retired at 11:40.
The jury first took luncheon, and the
court declared a recess to await the
return of the twelve men who have
the fate of the President of the Unit
ed Railways in their hands.
SEBAST0F0L. June 10. The
military transport Ingul was wreck
ed today in the Black s,,o. . .
OAKLAND, Cal., June 10. John
Claudianes, who has been held as an
a.fj,tf in tlm fltt.mnt tn lilntir iim
HVWdWJ ,V ,.. MV.,,V f U.W., -f
cA-oupuivisur uuiiuguci wiui ujrua-
mite, was discharged today on ac
count of insufficient evidence,
JameB Wilder the artist has oieued
n most attractive Modioli ou tho third
floor of the block occupied by the Iteal
A wrdlct of accidental death wait
rendered by the coioner'H Jury who en
liilred Into tliu death of the Japanese,
Kawutuuiii Kliiilbiiclil, who was killed
at IXu tlirougli falling from a cane
lu tho fast test match the Austral
inn crlckolei's were defeated by Hug-
land. Tile scores weie Aiii.trnlla, 74 1
and 1M; Kugl.ind, 121 and 105 fur no I
wickets; t was a bowlers wicket
which accounts for the low scores.
Tliu new Japanese hank opened ;
its doorH for ImsliiesH tills morning.
All' tliu allied b of tho bank were pies
int atpl the ck'lks were iisulgued In
their deskB. ,Thu business pue of
Ihe. now bank Is at tho coiner of
lintel jind .Smith HircuU. I
Tlio Hawnllan Pineapple Associa
tion this morning, at Its annual
meeting, definitely decided to con
tinue Its advertising campaign. This
means that the boosting of tho Ha
waiian product throughout the
mainland will be continued with un
abated vigor and that the market,
now well established, will be kept ns
active as possible.
It is hardly probable that adver
tising 'VIII bo continued on as largo
n scale as during tho past year, as
the Ico has been broken and Hawaii
an pineapples are far from unknown
to fame. On tho other hand, tho
buying public will not be allowed to
ftrget that Hawaii Is growing and
canning the best pineapples In the
The meeting this morning was
held In the olllce of T. II. Potrlo of
CaBtle & Cooke. The reports show
ed the pineapple. Industry In these
blands to bi) In a most flourishing
rendition, and all of those" present
stemed delighted with the outlook.
No Btatlstlp wero submitted, thoso
prebent being pretty thoroughly In
touch with tlio present state of af
fairs, but mutters were talked over
The election of otneers followed
the discussion, all of the old o Ulcers
I'gnln being chosen to Kervi' during
the ensailug year
The following telegrams from tlio
lilloulun, going to San Kmncisro.
and the Lurline, bound to Honolulu,
weio Kent to tliu local ofllcea nt S
i. in. Friday:
To Castle & Cook, Honolulu:
I'lght p. m.; 830 in lies; strong
head winds; sea rough; nil well.
To Castle & Cooke, Honolulu:
Hlevuti huniln.l miles off; arrive
Tuesday n. in.; 2,fi00 tons c.iigo, ao.
000 feet lumber; 28H sacks mall, 00
packages express matter; 21 passvn
herH; 10 initteH; moderate northwest
winds ami Hea. WHKDHN.
The I'nihhnian and Senior Debat
ing Teams met nt the High School
ycsteidny lu tho llnals for the Kn
EClls cup. The ntiestlon wns, "He
solved, That tliu Dnlted StateB Should
Subsidize Her Ships," and the Senior
class, arguing in (ho negative, won
Ilemard Kaleknllo, the hoy orator,
I:, in town. He urriwd this morning
from Illlo unit stated that ever thing
a nthc big Island wai ipilet, at least
when ho left He will leave for his
home next Tuewlay
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
THE PALM stands
for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, ui. Union
Effort TO Secure Delay In Trials Is
Defeated And Judjje Sets Cases
For Early In Decembei -Claim of
Bias Is Rejected By Court As
Despite tho efforts on the pmt of ilw
strlko leaders nud their lawwr ii
block tho progress of oientH. ami pie
vent their can's from going to tilal at
once, Maklno, Soga mid their asso
ciates will have to face a J'iri In
Judge Do Dolt's court Moud.i.i morn
ing nt 10 o'clock. Attorney LUhtfooi
filed a motion for a continuance until
January of tho 1910 term, which pre
clpltatid a powerful arrulKiiuient by
Deputy Attorney General Kliiuei. and
was oierruled by the Couit
Lightfoot argued that on lug to the
preront public excitement, caused In
articles recently published In the press,
It would bo impossible for the defend
ants to securo a fair trial, ami that
tho Jurors would be prejudiced against
their cause, and would remlei a par
tial verdict. In fact he w allied the
trial postponed until tho strike wax
over entirely. The allldavlt was tlauel
by Y. Tasaka.
"Dut that Is preposterous:" ex
claimed Mr Kinney, "how are we to
know when this strike will end. If I
am not badly mistaken December 31
of tho present ear will tint see the
end of this contention. As far us Mr.
LIghtfoot'K charge that there exists
public I'Mili nieiil, nothing could be
I farther i mil Hie tiiiih In tact the
people hale gin II till Illsi'lU's little
concern about the nialtiT. mid me ill)
The annual nicetlng and reunion (
of Ihe Oahu College Alumni Asso- lll)lt) )f ,,, ,.,,!, , pm,i,oU.
ilallon was held on tho campus, Just shown lu si-ieral ways,
liiaukau of the spilng and pergola, m,- .ftttl.l at the loneluslun of his
jesterday afternoon. It was u beau- kpr,.(.i, Iniiodiiced Hon. W T. Itaw
tiful day for micli an occasion nnd uiih. ii iih mber of the oxei-utlie com
success of Iho iilfair. Tho exercises inittce during tho past year. jtr,
not n drop of rnln fell to mar the (Continued on Page 5)
legan nt o'clock, after the Hn- - . -.
w.illan Hand, under tho direction "'ipTiTi T1TT m T3fi"V
dipt, lleiger. had played a few se- OXiXi J-IlAi. CUI i
lictloiis. First on tho program was
u selection by tho College (llee Club He j, We of ours; on(J of the kjnij
This consisted of a boIo tiy lteynolds ye&i Rhm Rnd SEE( w,wn u
Mctlrew. with chorus by the club mronjj,e tic
lh selection was well rendered audi
lecelved un encoie.
11 ury P .ludd. the retiring ii
, dent of thu assoeliiHou, tailed the
Your thoughts turn to keepinpj
cool. We have a white Buckskin
Oxford that will help you out a
Ct eat deal. Hade on that comfort
able, though stUish, "SMILE" last,
which has been pronounced correct
by fashion leaders Price $5.00 nnd
no more. You won't repret Kettinp;
a pair of these if you ever wear
solut, 1 at i rul
"Ah to putting the Mill off until
the attltuile of the fomiitiiiHii li.inu
and the strike Is 6ver. It if rtilli'iitmis
We hno been and ore anxious nnd
ready for nn Immediate Mini mm si.
no reason why It should b" jsist
Judge Do Dolt said Hint If tin trial
weie set, It should sum Ihl moiiili
otherwise It could nut m't on tliU
tei ill's calendar, and that be felt in
Justice to both stiles, the cans should
bo heard as soon as possible. He did
not belleio undiin excitement or dis
turbance existed among the eltl7ens
us the lesu'! of articles published in
the pess in the city.
Theicfore, Mnkliiti and his file asso
ciates charged witli coiiBplrncv mur
der mid to commit assault nud battel y.
will hnVQ to appear lu tho Circuit Court
Monday luotnlliKnt It) o'clock prepared
Tho case lit Sugnwnra has been set
for Wednesday morning nt 9 o'clock.
Tnsiikn and Katsutnlio for June 21
As 1'Mltor Shebu will be the star
witness before the Jury In the conspir
acy to luilldur case, there Is eei ren
sou to belleie that additional thieati
will reach him, and nil of the imwci
pojsesseil bv Ihe stilkf b'lderi
brought ti. bear to keep h m uwa
from Hie trial.
business meating to ardor mid Intm
duceil J. Iiwieni-H p. Uohinsuu, the
secielary-tieasuter. who read lilt
uniiual leport. It showed what lin
I eeu ueiuiiipllshcil by tho grndualo
during the iiost year, espeilallv lu
i the luiitli'i of electing the pei'ola
1 1 ml si udli.r the splendid ex' Hill of
j i Mini', tn the Aloska-Ytll.' i Impo
sition a) Seattle .
I allowing Mr. Hobluson h ex-cl-hnt
irpoii came tho electlju cf uf
Ili.rH fur 19C9 1010. Hun. Wllll'im
T Itawlliu was elected president,
Miss Irene I. I'lsher was chosen vice
I'lesldeut and Wllficd A. Cieenwell,
Kcrctary-treasuier. After the otll-
liiH had been elected Mi. JniM gave
en addiess, in which he reviewed tho
Murk fif I (in i ir tinii uiui)'! tt tin
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