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From San Frnniiscc:
Mum Inn In .Imiu 30
For San Francistc:
MohroIM hil i;
Mil 1,11 1 ,i luiio 'i'a
AornnBl Juno 23
Every day an unused ice Lax or
took stove remains under the house
or out in tlic barn it loses value.
The easy way to sell it is to let a
Bulletin want ad do it for you.
It takes more than merchandise to do business the Bulletin is needed
VOL. Zl. HO. 4315.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
IJICHI SAYS HE'S GLAD TO GET
CAMPBELL REPORTS TAFT FRIENDLV
From the manner in which both Bll,ml "' ""' Japanese," asked Mi,
kides arc excrcisimr their nrc-emDt- l.lRhtfoot
ory challenges, the second special " silficnril mid replied wlili
venire of jurors will soon be ex- indlRiuitlon, "I never ft. All I
haustcdradanot her limn said whs iik to ordeis helnc Is-
haustcd and another one be impan- ueil ' '" regular lino of diiij."
clcd. Up to noon the prosecution ""'" " '" "'ll1 xo" !-
has waived one and used one, while ,,mt "filers he issued ho jou coiiM
the defense exercised five. Thus -"(,t "' "'-' Japanese? '
cnly three jurors of the second vc- "!" lr. 1 have not?"
nire remain. This means further "Hno jou im piojiuiico nR.ilnst
the Jiipiiuse iim a class?
"1 liuio not "
"ui J mi ni.iri loil? '
"I inn "
"Aro jiiii oi cjiii wife u stockholder
In :in of the plantations?"
"Aro iiiij of our rtl.illes Intoiost
I'll In n p1iint.il lent "
"Not tliut 1 kmm of "
Clllllll lll Rile tlll'KO JlipiltlChC II
fair unit lnip.ittl.il trial,"
Mr. Hurry testified that ho hail
soiled In llii' loRiiIar mill, tho Na
tloniit (liiiml of Ca'lfoinln. ax a deik
(Continued on Pace 4)
GUARDED BY THUGS
Fear That He May Really
Learn True Stale
WHAT 'FRISCO PAPERS SAY
OF VISIT I. (i CORESPONDENT
delay in getting a jury and going
to trial. Lightfoot even questioned
the right of a man to sit on the jury
who had been educated at a college
partly supported by plantation donations.
Attorney I.IkIiKihiI llteil some tint
(mentions Into Sergeant Hairy when
(mil t w.ik (illicit nt 10 o'chnk. It
uiiH it ((intliiiiiitloii of Mr. Itarrj 'a
examination to (iialir or tin n Iiltn
down ax a jui or In tho ronspiritcy
i.iko on liofore JudRO Do Holt.
"Have jou expressed a doslio, Mr.
Harry, Unit onlerH should he IhhiipiI
bu Unit im would have u (lnnice to
Significant Facts Connected With The
"Demands" Made On Hawaii
Managers - Leader Of High
Wage Society Is Butcher or Saloon
Keeper-One Man Didn't Return
(Special to the II it I I o t I n ) Wulnhc.i, for liihtiiiue, Iiiih not
HIM), Juno Jl DurliiK the p.ml hail one oion jet nml Ol.ia illil not
veek the IIIrIi Wiiro I'lilnn Ii.ih net Uh ilouiiucnt until liiHt 1'rlil.ij,
Ik i n, to home etlont, ii)Mr to nil r
out the decisions whldi It ill rived
.il nl II h loeont nieclliiR h picsent
Iiir the demands dialled
It Ih a slRUllluint fact that not nil
of thu plant lit Ions woio soiled Willi
ill m. mils
when Miiiiiirci Watt told I lie mail
who liioiiRht It liuonkally that theio
wiih "nolhliiK iIoIiik."
It deiolopcd finther Hint tho leail
irs of tho High WaRos Union aro
not tho lalioieiH, hut lathei thnso
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Evidently Comes Here to Promote
Cause of Agitators and Stir Up
Trouble Repudiated by
MiiKlim i.tni IiIh hunch of iIuir hk'Iii
seoieil thin inornliiK when Ihey i ill
loaded Mr. K Kl)oo off the Cllin
ami hiiHtltil him at oik i' to Hull he.nl
quartern, where Ihe) will ho tare to
hold him boiiml mill fant until he te.i es
here n week hence.
KI)nso In heio an tho icpicrculp
tho of tho Assihl Shliihmi, the l:tiK"i;l
and mom Influential paiier In the I'm I
plio of Jnpiin, and he Ik here for I Ik
particular purpose of reporting lo IiIh
paper the strike, ronillllon In llnw.ill
It Is rlalmeil that In nearly all ni.it
(era rouiietted wllli affulrH In the Km
piro tho ultimate decision and report
of tho Shlnhiin Inducticcs tho Ktnerii
nicnt. If KIjoko penultH himself lo Iki led
liy Mtikluo, mid filled with tho Mnklmi
version of the htrlko Kllimtlon, ami that
version appears In Kl) use's p.iper. It
l hoped hy tho uRltalors (hut Inter
national aspect may arisn, serious to
a decree. Maklno was at tho wharf
with Ills iisuiil foresight, while other
Japanese were Imii7al Ine for Hie mils-
ers that appeared off the Inirhor .it the
Mimo 1 1 in tr The okm'I was Mill leu
or twohu fed from the dock when Mn
kino kIiirUiI KI.vom- out of the crowd,
IKilntcd lo the ropoilcro who wero
wnlllmt at the dock to IntcrWow Ii I nt
and made rapid sIriiiIs to Iho I'ffeit
thai he must keep a eloM'd mouth
Tin, lllllillli. 111., i-unt- nl.itib h u In
"." ' '"
position and liefmo Hie Hues wem1
cist off one of Ills lleuteii.iutH endiil,
Ih" iiulom olllrer nt Ihe foot of the
I plank i ml lushed on lio.ird to lintnirl
JKIjiim'. or dlsluKtriict libit, as lo Ili0
pinpo.es of the newspaper men who
followed Mnklno's cfowil surrounded
him and t-liiilod him down at one"
j Olio of Iheni hiild In .l.ipmieso. "Don't
It peal, lo him," as n reKirtor ap
'pro.iihed and In eouseiiueneo all Hint
(mild he leained was thul ho would
May nhoiit a week heie, and Iho name
of his paper
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REAR ADM IRAL IJICHI.
Commanding Imperial Japanese tra'ning squadron, which arrived this
morning Many functions have been planned for the entertainment
of the distinguished naval commander and his officers.
SHIP SUBSIDY BILL
WASHINGTON, June 24. A nw ship subsidy bill was introduced
in Congress today.
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Her Fine Heat Is
BACK 1 PORT
Ijichi's Cruisers Will Remain Here A.
Week nd Officers and Men Will
Again Be Entertained Crowds
Watch Warriors Come In
NEW YORK, June 24. The $200
fine imposed on the Toyo Kaiscn
Kaisba Steamship Company lor cat
lying Mrs. Timons between Honolu
lu and San Francisco has been re
mitted. Mrs. Timons is the daugh
ter of rormer Vitc President lair-' ,,ie died hcic tolny
banks and took passage on a foreign ration.
steamer when returning from Hono
NEW YORK. June 24. The ex
ceptionally hot weather continued
here teddy and four deaths arc ie
ported from the heat.
PITTSBURG. June 24. Four peo-
from heat pros-
Neat and nobby suits in
itlic latest styles and made
of handsome materials.
Correct clothes for school
closing cxciciscs and nt pric
es that make them especially
The Kash Co.,Ltd.
Comer Fort nnd Hotel Sts.
The Kxamlnrr of Juno 17 sajs:
K Kljose, editorial writer for the
Japanese American, .'III) Mai.nii
htnel will sail today for Honolulu
on the liner China as a spcdal enils
bnrj fioin inerdinutn and other rep
lofeciilatlvo .liipanesn of Ran Fran
i Ik ii, Oakland nnd Berkeley to In
estlnale nnd report on tho present
iiRllntlon and Inhor trouhlcs at IIu-
(Continued on Page 6) I
Ideal Investment I
l'or ;i few days only,
PHILADELPHIA. June 24.
Tlucc deaths occurred here today ;
i lom tnc neat, bcorcs ot prostra
tions arc reported and the emer
, r.cncv corps of the hospitals was con
btnntly at work.
I SAN TRANCISCO. June 23. Su
i gar Beets, 88 analysis. 10s 6d.
I Parity, 4.21 cents. Previous quo
tation, 10s 5 l-4d.
investments ot the
very best type. This
will give you an
opportunity Tor per
fect security of a few
hundreds or several
ate acceptance is
necessary. Call today.
I BERLIN. June 24. The Gotern
ment was defeated today m the
Reichstag, the vote being on the in
heritance tax. '
J CIIANTIIS SIIOl'l,l)i:it IS MIIN'l) j
I NO ChlniRo, limn fi. 'I lie In-j
Jured shoulder of Mau.iRor 1'iuiik l
Chaiun of Ihe CIiIiiiro Nntlouals hns
n. ended piopeil), nml tho Ii uler of
tho world's i hiiinploim will In ahln
to resume his plain nt 111 hi haso
, within two weeks '
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurlinc, about June 30,
Island Fx'uit Co.,
S. KING. PHONE 15.
"I h.io had Rranil receptions nil
hroiiKli the Hulled Stales, hut mn Rtad
In Ret hack Jo Hawaii once more.'
Admiral IJIclil romniiiuiler In chief
of Ills Imperial .Inpiinese Majest) h
tralnlnR Miundniii, made the tihow
slalenidit as ho KneUil Ihe II u 1 1
I I n rcpresciitTillie In his caliln, on
hourd Ids n iRshlp this niornliiR Tin
Admiral was cldontl In n hupp
iuikiiI as n iieknowleitReil the salute
of the pnllom
AtnoiiR Ihe first lo Rreet Ihe Ad
inlr.il off port, hesldes Consul (ieueril
I'jino, wero Secretary llo of thu t'on
Milsto, l.leiitunnnt Coninianiler Moks
Mr Onodcrn of tho .Inpaneso thill)
Chronicle, ami Mr. Tokkd.i. mamiRer
of the Yokoliiinin BiH-cIo Hank, elmlr-
iniin of tho Jnpanese reception inni-
Alter ho had dimmed IiIh II ir Imiu
the Ami In the Si)ii, Ills former H-ir
ship, off liil Admiral IJIclil, stnndltiK
on tho hrldve, siirroiiiulcd hy Ills 'staff
nml Captnlu Sato, proceeded In cfitor
the hnrhoi under tho plhitaRo (if C.i-
tnln McCnute). Tho lliiKshlp was fe!
luwed h) the Aso.
Ilefore i.ockiiiK, tho fliiRshlp saluted
tho American ItaR with twenty-one
rhp" This vas reindeil lo hy the
A company of I'nlled Stales mn
rim B tilth III., Iluu.illint litilwl fiullttoil
the Admiral, as lie stood on the ItrliUe
fioni whom ho ii turned Hie salute
Ih' 1 1 "itieso hand ul mi pl,i)id tin
"S'l i tip'UKlcd Haulier"
C-nliin Rtet Calli.
Captain Cor win I' llees, loniuiuil
mil of Ihn Naval Slatlon, iicionipimi '
h) I.leiitemiut Coimuander Moses
ilroie down to the dock and eillel im
the Admiral. 'I It U done Admiral III
chl, necoinpanled In Consul Ceueral
Ujenn, Captain Islill and Halo, and
KIhk Lleulciicnt Shlmoiiiiira returned
Iho cull at tho NaMil Station
Lone heforo Admiral IJIehl's ships
entered tho linrhor ami docked nt tin
iiumiI dock, tho Honolulu Japineso eol
ony, IncltidliiR tho merchants, i lerks.
storekeeperx, iiowsp.iH'rin'ii, and the
strikers, rouiied nroiind Ihe N'aial
ytnlloii ami watched the InenmiiiR win
The trip down from Seallle, aunrd
Iiir lo the officers, was pleasant Thtte
was no mishaps of ail) kind, ami Iho
otlWers and men are Rlud In lie In Ho
nolulu once more
Ilenliles IsIIIiir various ports alone
the I'm Hie Co.iRt or Iho United Slates
as Riiests of Iho United Slalos Rowrn
ment Ihe mldshliimin and r n of
the Imperlil warships, took iart in
tiiRofwnr (onlests, hint inces nml
i.thei nthli tic hporii, 'I Ik) won sov
In (lie diaiiiliei or Cnntaln Sato of
Ihe lliiRshlp Sma. me ihri-e fine Btlrur
lioph) cups non fiom the Taction
(Continued on Page 2)
Coo Wall llo) la In IroiiMe Wiethe,
rederiil iiiiilioi Hli s It was liotleeil
)estenhi) iifteriioon Hint liilernal Hot
eniio CollMior lrnke wllli l)eiiily
Do) Ie selred u tiiimhi i jf (Irii Imivos.
Tho niitler will lie n ferred to tho
IT S Dlstrli t Ail'irnr mid It is unit
ersliMid thul Coo Wan Hoy ling lolul
ed the lulein.il ie(iiuo laws In recant
to the ii"e of plump on elKiir lioxo.
Il Is exiietiil Hut he will lie arrest-
(d soon on n dun Re prrroire.il hy tho
lutein il Hi i.'iiui ih p.'irtmeiit.
This hilef i iihleRram te-
i eh ed h the local Ho.uil of
luilillRrutloii is tho report of
Special Aki nt Camphell of hltj
Interview with President Tuft
rcgarilliiR iho efforts nf tlm
lln.it il to secure Kuropenu Itll-
mlRr.uils Mr Campbell Is
now in Washington conferr-
Iiir with the I'ederat nuthorl-
lies hefore proeeedliiR to I'or-
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THE PALM stands
for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, in. Union
The Boys Run
Trom the office to tho place of call
nnd from there to destination. It i
their mission to "scoot."
Your thoughts turn to kecpinp;
cool. We have a white Buckskin
Oxfoid that will help you nut n
great deal. Made on that comfort
able, though stylish, "SMILE" last,
which has been pronounced correct
by fashion leaders. Price $5.00 and
no more. You won't regret getting
a pair of these if you ever wear
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.,
1051 Fort Street.
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