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VOL. XI. NO. 4348.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. JUNE 28, 1909. 10 PAGES.
Every day nn unused ice box or
cook stove remains under the house
or out in the barn it loses value.
The easy way to. sell it is to let a
Bulletin want ad do it for you.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TAX MEASURE OFFERED BY AL
TERRITORIAL TREASURER'S STATEMENT
Examination of Jurors Finished-Six
Arc Excused Defendants Use All
Thc'r Peremptory Challenges
. Trial July 1st
The members of the Jury who will listen to the evidence In the con
spiracy case are: 8am Pupuhl, Henry H. Plemer, Hiram Kalomoku,
Charles A. De La Nux, Sam M. Hamakau, D. P. Fuller, George Townsend,
Jr., John D. Padaken, John P. Mitchell, William E. Tlrrell, Thomas C. Mo
Gulre and Charles A. Yarrlck.
IE TAX PLAN
HAS BEEN ACCEPTED
WASHINGTON. June 28 Semtnr Alilrich. chairman of the Fi- I
'nance Committee of the Senate, introduced a limited income tax measure I
at todays session.
BERLIN. June 28. It was officially announced today that Count
von Buelow will retire when the Reichstag's scheme of financial reform
is decided upon. His successor is n )t decided upon.
"What papero ilo you take7" noT.-'
Attorney Llghtfoot In examining II. H
"Tin' i: i c n I n k II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n."
"l)o llll iojiI It?"
'or course I do," icplloil Campbell,
"uhut ln jim HiipixJHU 1 take it fur?"
Kietybody In thu enurliooiii laughed,
mill .ludgo Do Holt unluml llallirt Hii
I.Iiih tci rnp fur order.
Illll III I 111' (Mill Clllllllll'll had ' P
Mghtfoci mill tl.t- leaders ot tho iiis.li
it Wngo Association, on trial. could
not stand 'for anybody who read tl.o
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
Deafness seemed to occupy mild
eiablu time tills morning In Iho t'aiu
Illation of Jmorn. Juror Seymour v.is
tin- first man who complained fin wn
deaf In one car, and oftin uiis.u.l
pllltH Of St'lltl'llCCS spokcil to llllll.
He earned luflshtor hj Having: "I
not trouble fioin my wlfu b miso I
Then." wild Mr. Kinney! ".io'i don't
bi'.ir all tlio things ald to von."
"No. sir; I don't nlwaj s "
TliomiiK O'Ui leu was another afflict
ed with deafness In ono 1'ii'r, b.i' was
fti tutu ho could hear most ou'ilhlns
until (hi- IihIkb spoke to him n a low
"You'll lino to coiup again. Judge."
ho said, planting one hand i.ii the
Km id car. I.lghtfoot asked lilM If hi'
would not call for testlninii) to br ic
poatod, In c:if lit1 did mil lui ir plalulv.
)li said lie would, but It wiih eildeiit
Hint tlu Jiiioi'h healing cipiclti m
defective, mid lie was excuse '
I Ightfoot dlM'ovcied In Iho exuml'i
nli'iii or John A. DorllU'ld that lilir s:m
winked as n tliuo-keepcr on a plunla
"Don't you tliluk," asked I.lghtfoot.
"Hi it If ou M on thlH Jin and itc
nullteil theso dulendnntB, m:U the plan-
'atlon ieoplp would haio It .: for vju
and your sou i"n would f.ie him?"
"I do nut "
I "Wouldn't o'i !lko to s. .' thu Jap
anese StIICk ll!l.htlW"
Kliinpy objuclpil to the mmuier of
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BY RAPJ TRANSIT
Preferred and Common
Will Both Get
Oil Juno 3ft Iho FlorkhnlderH ol tho
Honolulu llaplil TiuiiHit a lauu com
pany will receive a little encourage
ment In the wa of illvldeiida. A Beml
aniuuil dividend of 3 per cent,1 p.ij able
on that date, Iuih been decl.ire'd on the
profened stock, and a miaiturly div
idend of 1 per cent on the common
Tin; Block books of the company will
be closed to train-fors fiom June 2S to
June 30, liipluidu'. Hapld Transit com
mon Block was Hated today on tho
Change at 80 bid, 82Vj asked. Tlicro
nas no quotation on prefeired.
PITTSBURG TIED UP.
NEW SIQEL TH.'.0nY.
PITTSBURG, June 28. Business
NEW YORK, June 28. The the-
is partially paralyzed today hy the - "-- -'unkno'wn Ci-
ibucti car siriKC. ji lie sinners louny .. ,. i-jii.j t- t ....
j i... .t .ui.. i. i.. nese has killed Leon Ling suppos-
"S" ",S"J .t' '"'".."ar" cd to be the murderer of Miss Sigel
and secreted his body in another
nnd the spirit of the men is vicious.
intxuuuuuns ueiwecn inc siriKers
I nnd the emnloyers have
Ileports have been circulated that
Hip I'alanui General Hospital, rom
laonly known as the Chinese Hospi
tal, U to be closed the latter part lit
When seen tills afternoon Frank
' Allierton, treasurer of the hospital,
Mild that the matter of closing the
. hospital had come up before tlin
I trustees, and 'that If It was to be i
I done It would bo solely for tho reu- I At the close of the II km I fill .Inn
ton that other like Institutions 30, I mm all sources of Income, then'
.would make Its continuance ncccs- 'will be approximately In the Treason
sury and that the money spent could of the Territory a surplus of $:'50 00l
be of greater ue elscwhore, (locrnor Kiear said this niorulnr; Ii
I He denied the assertion that an jwns hoped that if the money on hand
! iilhwl enmity aeilust Dr. O'Day hml would carry through, that tho
anything to do with the matter, but tory would not hae to
tald that If It was patronized more more money. Although
by the doctors, and If they - thought pelted to Issue
Its I'onttuuiiiice would be a benefit to said the bulks had been ory aecom
$250,000 Surplus In Sight For Territory
-No borrowing May Be Neces-I
sary In Order To Meet Expenses
Acting Treasurer Files Report
Linn n ti
,5.00, Haiiw 1
ST. MICHAELS, June 28. An in
auest was held today in the murder
.i njr... tm;u tirj:n rri.. i . ..
ui iuiM xrtinu nuuiu. inc luiy u-. i. i .. ...i... i,.i .,,. i,. 1
' h n itfi.id tin
the city. It would be continued.
Mr Athurton stated that the sug
gestion had been made of using the
moddtlng and helpful
cuses Robert Eastman, the
York broker, with beintr the Princi
pal or accessory in the murder of the
DEATHS FROM HEAT.
i uhiuauu, June zo. inere were
four deaths from the heat in .this
Tomorrow For Com- 'citNEwaY0RK. June 28. - two
' deaths from the heat is the record of
ho does not
he carried out
Riot Trial Blocked Till'
pletion of Jury C
Train Kills Man. S.m Jose. June 7.
Austin W. Jojce died In tho O'Con
nor hospital today from Injuries re
ceived at San I.uls Obispo estcrday
morning by colliding with a train
while he was ildlug n motor ejeh'-
On the load to mill one does not
seem to meet any pi plo comlug back.
An Inevitable clash was looked for
this inoiulng when the riot and con
spiracy cases weie called for hearing
In Judge Do Holt's and Judge Ilnliin
sou's court, but unusual conditions
htralghcucd out the matter.
In the ciibo of the Territory ugalnst
Maklno, N'ecoro, Sog'i, Tnsaka and Ka
wmiiura, in Judgu Dv Holt's court, a
Jury had not been secured up to today.
If by tomoriow night thu actual trial
of this ciibo had not begun, the case
would have to go oer until the next
term. On the other hand the riot trial
Is well under way and could bu con
tinued until next month. Tho onusilr
ucy caso will now be pushed ahead
and unless something unforeseen hap
pens the taking of testimony will be
The riot case Is net for continuance
.until tomcirow, but thero Is no cer
jtalnty as to whether It will proceed
,nr again hi continued In piefercnce lo
tho other care,
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 cantget more satisfaction
iea'dy-to-wear suit than in any
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Tort nnd Hotel Sts.
t . jmt J
WILL TO TONIliHT
Miss Mabel llalahlklola Kinney,
principal of tho l'enrl City school, will
bo married tonight at tho homo of her
parents at Walklkl. to V. M. King, ot
tho Inter-Inland steamer Maui. Thu
wedding will bo solemnized by tho
Ilov. It. 11. I'arker, pastor of Knwuln
Only intimate friends will bu prencnt
to witness the inairlage, after which
tho nuwly married couple will drive
over to their new homu at Kalmukl.
Miss Kinney Is writ known In Kawnln
hao church, where sho has been a
Sunday school teacher for a long time
Governor Kionr, accompanied by
Secietary Mott-Smlth, this nioinlng re
ttiined the call of Captain (lleaes, of
As It stands. Attorney l.lghtfoot has!lIle crl,l8C1 stv l-"u'-
iick nun tun worm kickb Willi )ou
temporal Hy succeeded In blocking the
wheels of Justice In ono case at least,
whereas If ho would huvo consented
to the Appointment of another attor-
jney lo defend tho men charged with
riot, both trials would now be forging
uhead In which case tho attorneys for
, tlio prosecution would illvldo them-
belves up to carry on tho two trials.
For a few days only,
very best type.
will give you
iect security or a tew
hundreds or several
ate acceptance is
necessary. Call today.
y " !
for klckera aru not ulono. lluffiihi
:: :: n n t: it u :: u tt u t: n :t :t tt tt
I.lghlfcMit contended that no nttorue)
coiiiu do secured without paying an
onorinoiiB fee, that ho had been reg
ularly retained and paid by all of thu
Japanese indicted In the strike cases
and lie cited thu law on tho subject, lie
charges Iho prosecution with trying to
"railroad" his clients to Jail. Mr. Kin-1
liey s.is lhat ho desires only a prompt
trial that those who are found tuno-
cent may bo sH-edlly released, while
thobo who are found guilty may bu us
Acting Treasurer llenienw-iy m hU
reisirt lo the flou-mor, submitted a
riiniti.irnllii ut!itiniin ulili-d ul,
know whether this will ' ...., ,-.., . ,.. ,,,,,. .....
perliMs. one f un Jiiuuury to May Utub
oud one Irmu Janu.ir) lo May liio'j.
Tho prlnclp il Increase Is shown In
general tax receipts 193.71 C.30 for 1009. 1
fur I lie lite mouths period In l'.ms tho 'mills
general receipts were $5u3,tSS S'J. for
1909 r,9717l 89
il :i", 'Hi3 'ii from
Hml fl -li.3 8 9 a;,
The tuxes recel' eil
rill Islands " as full
urry to M-iv 1908 $1-1.1
net liiil 19 Slill 053 2s:
Terrl 'ary to Mn 1!W8 $175 619 9i. same pof-
iHirmw nnv lod 19u 1vini3 7B. Kami. Januarj'
when com . to vay 198 $lurt3u4.:7. saino nerloil
register wan. nils, he, 1909 $lHjim ?H iJVdiii January tb t
May this -.ir )4";ri'JCo In lluudr liv j
i-nBi'B wer- issiieii. on inciease or ;wtiu
nir last oir nrmial Hccubih lQAd
1 1.1 11.0 S4 I'd U 1 17 ti.'2 50 .nii, ffuUA-.
'!' l $0"3:i 19(19. ilRZIWS.I
ON ST. LOUIS
Governor Frear and M&J.
Dunning Call-- ig
(love, nor Frear was today official
ly received by C'apl. C'leavos of tho
St. Louis on board the cruiser, as
was Major Dunning ot l'oit Shutter.
The present visit of the big vessel
in the way ot a periodical habit,
she turning here alone Just ono year
She will Ball for Suva after a short
stay In this port, and from there will
visit the Samoans, nnd the crew will
bask on tropical isles for some time.
She will return hero before going
buck to San Francisco.
The crew enjoyed themselves all
morning putting their big vessel out
side a thousand tons of coal, and
were making the dirt My, for shore
Itavo tomes when tho coal's In.
The gunner's mate thin morning
was taken ashore suffering with np-
Cyan Sr-w PolJejtVj;
Vn.--.lmio "1. fjuijlft!
Am. ounce Ofsn
Win eltu W
notices, wcie posted In ull tho mlTiS
of thu Antei lc in hIh .-t nnd tin uiatD
nd ii hiutlm: Ih. -it
f tin' plants of tliQ
An Ituiiive of $2I7 90.1 33 In re
ceipts from all sources Is shown From
Juuiiar) lo May 1908 the receipts wero
hen- ii n
after .Inn.- :m n't
comp i in umi!, I '.
N'n 1 1 mil
i a i. '.i
As Choice Of Governor,
Appointment tx Great
pendlcltts and will be
until he has recovered.
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will
the Lurline, about June 30,
Dai Id I.loyd Conkllng Is tloiernor
Krour's choice us Treasuier of tin
Teirltory Tho formal announcement
will be liiude ilium the return of .Mi
Conkling from Hawaii tomorrow,
wheru he went on business cunntcted
with the Secretary's otllce The up
polulliit'lit comes as u gieat surpilKO lo
Mr Coukllug's host of friends, as the
general oplul'iii prevailed that James
V, I'ratt. Rimmlssloticr of I'uhllc
uh. eh iiiakw
mi old ni-wcpapu in an
Ills apiHilmmeiii all tlu-
iiik i or neany loin euis lie waj
lilentllled with the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, Itirtf
made a wide elide of fileuds Hirouuffl
out the Territory while serving IllTlTn
(IiiMTiior Trear said regarding 'jlr
Conkling "I hold a ej high opliioii
of the uihui-B iivallaile for tho poaltlhna
Mr L'onkllng has shown a high nnlu
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
Lands, would be thu man selected to of nblllt) In his present position, amp
fill the )sltlou has had much lo do with llnanco In tho
llonuver. Iho niernor could nm course uf his woik. Ho Is a good nil
Ilelng of such extiaordlmlry Inter
est mid so Instructive, tho manager of
tho I'aik Theatro will tonight show
again the "Wieck of the Florida nnd
Ucpubllc." which occuned on tho coast
of Massachusetts January 23rd. Tho
"World To-Day" says of this wreck
"The annals of tho sea afford no inorti
thrilling story "
Gold and Silver
haio chosen a belter executlie olllcei.
u moru rallhful public servant nor a
liitiru ulllliig winker In behair of lb
people's Interests And Conkling Is
around man '
Mr CiniklliiK has held for two yea'rt
the iHisltU u ui. chief cleik under Gov
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LETTER AND PARCEL DELIVERY
TLEPH0NE 301. .
THE PALM stands
for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, in. Union
Surpassing quality nnd inimitable
styles. One tmir sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
We have them in patent kid and
vici kid oxfords,
SHOE CO., LTD. '