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Mnm-hnrlii .,,, Juno 30
Tor Snn Francisco:
Mnkiiru Juno 23
For Vancouver :
Auruiigl Juno 23
VOL. XI. NO. 4340.
Ailtjtors' Orjjan Accuses Consul
General of Making Report to Hit
Government Favoring Planters
General Attack on Offical.
Tlio Mtilkc lenders, thtoiigh their ng
llntlnn organ, Ilic Nlppii JIJI. uinio.il a
determined lt discredit Cnnmil Goneinl
())i-iiti. They reem tti believe Hint Ilic
PIohoiioo (if tliu warships of Admiral
IJIclil In lltiii(iliili million thin tliu iniibt
iiii)rliuio llinu In start tlio nxltullon.
Tim JIJI. In Its Issiio t:f estorday
published tin article which, translated,
lends iik follows:
Till: CONSUL'S IIUPOUT.
Mr. U)oiio Millies a Pulso Hi port
Tlio Sun I'runclscu Slihii-ckul djit
Now World) which In mipimrtli. tlio
strikers with burning zciil, crlllciiu
Consul (leiieial Ujoiiu. saying "tho igli
Iiii icproseiils tliu iiiilhiirity til mir
Knipl i ho Ik suspected us a seci.-t
agent nf Miniobody." IIiIk h.iiiio Con
hill U)!'iiii,imuli u ropoit to tlio homo
government im usual in a tunc after
Ilic t)lo ill Iho Huwull Shlnpo, the pa
Almost without exception tho action
of tho l.lceiiBC Ciiniiiiltsliin In with
drawing tlio privilege of Sunday selling
fiiuii cafes, and thou allowing tho
biilols lo tontliiiio their Sunday sales
Im tho subject of ciltlolsm and discus
sion by business men on tlio streets.
In the majoilty of cbros, tho wholo
thing Is condemned, but those who do
favor tho stopping of Iho Sunday sell
ing In the restaurants, demand that
tin. bntols shall receive the sanio treat
ment. Tlio on'y argument of most of thoso
pel sons tipliolillng tho action ot tho
Coniinlsrti.n h far as Iho cafes aro
cniiteriieil, l.t that eeitaln alleged les
taurmits have lnlated tho prlvllego uc
eoiiloil them. That, for liisl.tnco. Iho
Union CI i 111 has violated tho law, no
one claims, but tho saloons, masquer
mlliig us leslniirunts. .no tho ones
To Iho question as to why u cafe,
conducting a legitimate business,
should bo made to suffer because somo
saloon, holding a restaurant license. Is
using U as a cloak fur violations of tho
law, no one scoir.a to have n lead)
You can get
Nowadays in a ready-to-wear suit
of clothes made by expert tailors
than you can in custom-made clothes
put together by mediocre tailors.
And you can get more satisfaction
icady-to-wear suit than in any
other make. ,
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
'"wpwrf' '"r" " '
per which bcl raved tlio Hoventy thou,
sand .lapMiicto. an n messenger dog of
tlio platitc i-h.
In Hie 11 lu nf Japanese papers mi
hliinl hy tlio Hongkong Maru wo nee
IiIh icpnit. which shows how tlio vvlso
Sir. I'jVno misrepresented tlio facts
of tho strikes . Wo pub lab tlio report
Willi our ctiintnontH liuliiw: ,
I "Tho laborcis of tho Hun plaiilallon
iiiimbeilng nlimit 1S0U. hold n confer
ence on Hit Gth Inst., when they passed
almost unanimously tti k hack to
woilt mill since Ilic morning of Iho Ttb
thoy iiro working. Tho strikers of oth
er plantations also aio awakening 'to
their own t.ltiiullim (How funny this
io'iiIh') mid they will gu luck to woik
"At present fi mil eighty to ninety,
per cent ot the strikers arc snrr that
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"I think that tho wholo business Is
a'bsiiid," said one luoiulneiit business
man this morning. "I don't seo what
the Hoard expects to gain by such ac
Hon. I have tulked to a lot of iooplo
this morning nml the action of
tho Commission In universally con
demned." "I fiiMir a closed Siindny," said an
other man. "Hut if wo ale lo luivo u
cloved Sunday, let It he closed. I do
not believe lu one law for (ho icstati
rant anil another for the hotel."
About ouo man In ten seemed lo
favor tlio total pinlioliltlon of Sunday
selling this inclining, but a. II it) let In
lepoiler, looking Iho concensus of
opinion, was unable to rind a single
man upholding the action of (ho Com
mission lu granting n privilege to the
hotels and wltluliawliig it fiom the
restu ii rants.
Tho star chamber proceedings of tho
Commission, and the palpable effort lo
keep the decision from teaching tho
public through tho newspapeis, Is also
ehementl condemned. That the
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S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1809. 8 PAGES.
Deliberations of tho Immigration
Commission resulted In tho decision
to bring the Porto Hlcnns shipped
I tick to Sail li and set) nRiiln to tlio
island. Thin decision wan reached
after n report from Mr. Sllvn In
which ho stated that tho I'orto III
cans ntiil Azoro Islamleis were ilc
llrable jieopte. Thoy linvo been
thrown on the hands of chorltp i
associations In the const city nntl
ale said to be destitute ut present.
NEW YORK, June 25. Rather
inc Gould, the wife of Howard Gould,
was today granted a separation from
Iter husband by the court. She
is granted an annual alimony of
$30,000. The conduct of the wife
was upheld by the jud(;e in his de
Leon Ling Has
Escaped on Ship
NEW YORK June 25. It is
.believed that Leon Linp;, who is ac
jcused of the murder of Elsie Sigel,
nas snipped on ooara a steamer.
MURDERER HAS SKIPPED.
BALTIMORE, June 25. The man
who murdered Miss Edith Wodill of
Los Angeles is now believed to bet
i Robert Eastman- a broker of New
' York City. He has either been shot
by a posse or has committed'' suicide.
Only six talesmen were secured
cut of tho special venire of 7S re-1
iturnuble this nfternoon. Another
(special venire of fifty talesmen has
been ill nun, returnable this evening
at 7:00, and thero Is every prospect of
securing a Jury then.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 24. Su
par Beets 88 analysis, 10s 5
l-4d. Parity, 4.20 cents. Previous
quotation- 10s Od.
i Ideal Investment
For a few days only,
we arc offering some .
investments of the
very best' type. This '
will give you an
opportunity for per
fect security of a few
hundreds or several I
thousands. Immedi- I
ate acceptance is
necessary. Call today.
r Tywftjflr'ffi --
more than merchandise
Maklno, the strike leader, and No
gtno have petltloneil Governor Krear
to Investigate tbo italiis of Ihei. case
and use bis liiftueiico to jco tlui me
Jnpanec stilkeis get Justice at Iho
hands of. '.bo cdilii. .Maklno ami the
Japanese editor called ui the Gov
ernor this morning and laid their cilo
before 111 in In elaborate iletilt. A nil
account of tho npioal for higher
wages, their arrust, (ho sutures niiule
of documents anil books fiom t!i" olllco
of the Nlppit JIJI, nml the tw( t'lals
called III tho consplrac and riot cuset
In the Circuit Coin Is
Maklno (barged that tho prosecution
had violated tho tieaty between the
l'nlln.l Rlnlm. l,,l In,,.,., ,l frn..,l I
upon them two trials at the same time,
bud Illegally nrrosted mid taken fiuin
them pilvr.lo papers, and were trying,
to mllroatl them to Jail without al
lowing linn to exeidse their constl
tullnnal rtglitr, (iovernor Kicm said
he bnd no powr to Interfere will, the
Judiciary, but v.uiild confer wllb tl J
Attorney Ocnerul In legard to the mit
Tor neaiTy an hour the slrlko lead
ers were In conferuico vvlih tho Go'
ornor, and when they emerged, Maklno
maintained tho strictest secrecy about
"They Blmply called,""snld Governor
Krear, "to htnto lliclr case to me. They
feel that Ihcy linvo been iinjusllv deal'
A'lth In regard, to their uriests, eelzures
made, and that two trials have been
f oi ceil on (hem at ono (line. Thev as
sured mo that the Japanese strlkcu
woio conducting Iheuiielve-i iwiecful
ly, and had been advised to make nt
GOO WAN HOY IS
Warrant Served At One
Goo Willi Hoy, the Chlncbo tobacco
dealer, and better known in times past
as a political runner for ambitious tin
liciin iiolltlclnns, and Pang I.eo Choy
were arrested today on warrants
berved by the United States Marshal,
lu which they aro charged with a
violation of tho Internal Itevenue
The complaint wns made through
Walter Drake, the United Mates In
ternal Itevenuu Collector, who recently
seized tho boxes which aro held as ev
idence against the prisoners. It ap
pears Hint on Juno 23 both Hoy nml
Choy Mild cigars out of a box, falling
to cancel tho stump ami refilling tho
same box with another brand, wnlch
Is a violation of Section 3397 Revised
Statutes of tho United States. Tho
men appeared before Commissioner
J mid at 1 o'clock, for arraignment and
fixing of their bonds,
ftnri Wnn llnv wna rfloncoil nn ltln
own recognlianco to appear beforo
17. S. Commissioner Judd In tlio
. Established 1879
to do business the Bulletin is needed
! Admiral IJIclil, conir.iaiuler-ln chief
of the Japanese training squadron, now
in Honolulu, wont down to l.clleliua
this inorntug as gueat of Col. Schuyler
commander or the gai rleon there. Ho
was ncronipnnled by Consul (leneral
Uyeni) mm King Lieutenant Shliuo
Inura, with whom ho roilo in un auto
noble. Coaling Today.
Tho two cruiser.", tlio Soya and Aso
are both taking on coal today. They
will probably continue to toad coal tin
No Reception Tonight.
I Commander Sakamoto, chief of staff
, to Admiral IJIthl, stnted emphatically
'this morning thai there will be no Tc
!"'"""" '"" "" ,M,a'" ' lugriup
a"" "." "O BUHI Ul.U 11 wns II
inlttake for the Advertiser to make
such a report.
After (ho coaling of the two cruis
ers, tho public will be permitted to
visit them It Is o.MHcled that Sunday
will 'be the day Tor tho Inspection of
Tomorrow, some (line in Hie niter
noon, ox Governor Cleghoru will give
a picnic at Alnnlimi. This will be In
honor of Admiral IJIclil, Cnplalus Islill
and Sato, and officers of the Japanese
cruisers. The Hawaiian band and the
marine band will probably bo there.
On Sunday Admiral IJIclil anil his
officers will attend tlio memorial cere
mony, to bo hold, In tho Japaneu
school on Niiiinnu street. This will
tnku place at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon, In tho afternoon, the men will
be g'- en slioro liberty, lu order that
they may wltmlss Hie baseball game,
to bo played on tho Mnklkl grounds
Tho Admiral's band will ha llieie.
Tho dinner complimentary to the
Japanese will bo given at the Commer
cial club Monday evening.
C. Q. D.
The wreck of the Hepubllc and Hoi
Ida with the rescue hy the Ilaltlc.
Operator lllnus Is bIiowii working at
his Instrument sending the call for
help. Seo this great film at the Park
Theatre tonight nnd Saturday.
HIIIIAIA SUGAR BONDS
The Koliala Sugar Company today
notified the bond holders ot (45,000
worth of Its bonds that It would be
leady (o take up thesa bonds with
accrued Interest on AuguBt I, and
Hint tho Interest on the samo would
cease on and after that date.
T biilll't;n aiih pav -sm
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurline, about June 30.
Island Fruit Qo
72 S. KING. PHONE 15. ,
THE PALM stands
for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, nr. Union
The Boys Run
From the office to the place of call
and from there to destination. It's
their mission to "scoot."
Excitement reigned In Judge Roblnion's Cojrt t s morning over toe
legal fight between Kinney, Protter and Llght'oot. over an attempt an the
tatter's part lo delay the trial. Charges and countercharges ran riot
Maklnc. the leader, was on hand In dote counsel with lot attorney. Judge "
Robinson denied all motions for a continuance and the case proceeded to
trial. The excusing of three Jurors and the abstnee of another precipitated1
another scrap, wblch ended In the Jucge ordering a special venire of seventy-
five talesmen drawn. ,
lighting In a sensational, strenuous
liiannei tn tho last ditch to secure n
postMinenient of the trial of Jotaro Ml
kawn mid twelve alleged rioters befoio
Judge Ilobluson, Joseph Ughtfoot ex
hausted his oratorical efforts and ic
sorted to hysterical charges Hint It
was a violation of tho tieaty between
tho United States and Japan to force
the defendants to trial at this time,
nml that it would bo liniwssllile lo so
euro other counsel to assist or try tho
rnso which was ndveise to the sugar
Attorney Kinney sprang to his foot:
"I rise lo a point of order. Counsel
has no right to nuke any su h dirt)
insinuations against members of the
liar. It Is most Insulting and a icilee
tli. n on other attorneys who mi ....
i em of this cnurt "
l.iglltliKit replied: "If It p'lenso the
Court, I did not accuse any member
of tho Pal but I do say It Is mi un
desirable tiling for any attorney to
defend any case which Is against the
sugar Industry unless he bo paid a
very big fee"
Mr. Kinney Insisted the statement
wns oilt of order, and tho Judgo ruled
Hint It hid no bearing In the case tit
"Now I protest against going to
FOR HAROLD CASTLE
Must Face Court On
Harold C.istlo has been served
with a penal summons In connection
with the automobile accident that
he became Involved In somo little
time back. It will bo remembered 1
that the automobile which was be-'
lug driven by Castle collided with n I
Itnpld Transit car on Fort street. I
and resulted In C.iptulu Johnson am
several others being soverely In
The penal summons lias been
sworn to on tho advice of tho County
Attorney's depaitmcnt, and Custlo
will have to face tho court on Tues
day noxl on a charge of violating
Ordinance. No. d, which refers to
Improper operating of motor cars
J U. lloy'o hns been charged with
larceny In the second degree uud Is de
tained nt Iho police station at present
Surpassing, aualtty and inimitable
styles. One pair sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
We have them in patent kid and
vici kid oxfords.
Every day nu unused ice box or
cook stove remains under the house
or out in the barn it loses value.
The easy v.-ay to sell it is to let a
Bulletin want ad do it for y&u.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
1 1 la I nt ibis time ' sill l.lgbiroot
flic t bee lose it is n vlo'ntioii of tin,
treat) lictwc-n Hi, t nlii.l Sini.-s am)
the Umpire of Jupun deiuivhig iht'Mf
defendants of theli lUlns. second. bij
ronso thev have n-gulnrl) retained ami'
paid me. and ore too kkm- to hire .nWi
tloirjl counsel, I bird. Ii. euiie I ntif
regularly vngngcl Pi iiiiitln-r case boj
foi Judgo IH- Unit a
"Hut. ' until Hie Judge 'Conditions nru
different now The rase In fore Judgo,
Do Unit has gone ovi i mull Muii!n)V?
"I feel aeiilol) nt ibis tune." said
I Iglitfisit. "tho acres Im i,r ihls ivio-j
Hun before your lliuini Inn I icadllyj
icallze liovv twelve in tin, -en lawyers
cnu tone two trials on at mini, ttut I
submit that there men are Ignorant,
f.lsht or wrong thev have selected ntul
' know enrji m3!) t itenionls unit
eaee Tliov ktmtl m,. itn.l irtibt tun It
pwiiild be lining tlietn ntul nT7iejf-, I!,
hix-ui injustice in rnmitoi us if) goilu
trial at this time" 'V
"1 lit inntliiii Is ovei ruled." snlii
Judge Itob'us'in "
"Now w object" Mil I Ighifrwit. "lo
W A Klniiev and M V I'msser con
ducting lln pioseeellin nn Hie ground
thiil thev ere r,-i lined as ptlviitp ctiiln
sel 1ho slued thev hi-M commis
sion., as d pu'Ua in lb, Ai'iniu v (inti-
(Continued on Pace 21
BERLIN. June 25. Tho Reich
stn? will not be dissolved, r though
the Government was defeatcJ in the
vote on the inheritance tax '
NEW YORK. June 25. There
were three deaths from the heat to
day in this city, and two deaths are
leported from Philadelphia.
ST. PETERSBURG. June 25.
The Czar started for Stockholm to-
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NAVAISHA. Africa, June 25,
Col. Roosevelt has shot three buffa
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