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Little minds arc too much hurt by
little things; great minds are quite
COI13CIUU3 01 IIICIIK unu ucspise uiem
THE RECALL OF ANDREWS
H Is cry likely correct that the
m ill nf Lorrln Andrews menus
Hi it there arc political fences sndly
ill lived of. mending.
Possibly Audtcws will nsslit In re
running Hawaii. Many will ic
iiHiiilicr that his private anil tifllclul
life were so exemplary vvhllo ho was
re-slde-it In the city that his tnreei
mm pointed out an a pure white
light to guide the oung. Thin la
1o his advantage.
lint he did not seem to bo so sue
iTitafiil at It In Shanghai, vvhero lit
ran foul of .Mr Tail's Judge. WiHluj
It Is obvious, however, that he
must bo making u "great sicilflce'
to '(lout) ' when ho gives up his lu
unlive and growing practice in the
elty of Heno, Nevndu, In order to nc
icpt servlta as an underpaid deputy
in the service of the Attorney (Jen
oiul of the Territory of Hawaii.
In it proper to ask whether this
prospei tlvc ofllrlal has also had of-
fercd to him tho pleasing ptospect of
liuvliiR the amount of his "ncrlllce Trust drow the papers securing KIs
prlviitelv mar upon the sldo? And , grip on tho lellncrj. and slnls
lf this Is proper, should atijone dare , i ,j enough, Segal didn't know of
to nsk who Is putting up for tho Tirsons in tho background, though
There Is another Interesting phase
of this addition to the olllclal family.
Me Imvo in mind the re-fusil of the
tiovornor to give the people tho text
of his letters containing tho nego
tiations for the Important Kapan
I.. A Thurston, who has posses
ion of these valuable and carefully
guarded documents In the capacity
of attornev, is an enthusiastic spun
bor ns well us fond relative of I.orrlu
Andrews And Audrovvs, we nio
told, is to assist In outlining policies
unci expounding tho law on behalf ot
It Is a splendid thing if relatives
hi able to dwell together In unity.
THE PENNSYLVANIA REFINERY
AND THE TRUST
'I lie Investigation of tho alleged
wiu-k if Hit l'ennsjlvunln Sugar
Hellulng C'ompaii) by the Amcilcau
Sugar Id lining Couipaii bids fair to
be developed ns one of the most vi
llous times of Industilal and llnnn-
I tilt iilrntlni- Mint tin liimn liwi.ttrlt t
i r .i , , ., , .
1 "fore the country since the dnjs of i
The Biilt of tho I'eunsjlvnnla coin
pan was settled out of a court a
few weeks ago. Hut this Is not
tonsldctcd sufficient by tho Govern
ment. President Tnft hnB ordered a
learililng Investigation of the
fair, and there miiv bn iini.lnnsnnL
piospccts ahead for tho well-known
An idltorlnl In "I.a Toilette's
tolls the stor nf HiIh Inilnstrfiil ilia-
utter In most interesting stlo, nnd unu," slnles uou" '"" lne '""
wllli pointed comment on somo of amount to bucIi n violation of law, if
tho "up-to-date" methods of doing ,rlle- Whether or not they nrc true
Imslncfcs. It sns: lis tho mnttor on trial Jn New York
"Adolph Segal, nccordlng to tills "The refinery is still Idle."
limintlve, was a Philadelpliln dream-' Then "J.n Toilette's" proceeds to
or who lenlly did things. He built 'stnto that tho Sugar TruBt still con
u sugar rentier, lindor tho corpo-' Unites to monopollza tho sugar lnisl
into namo of tho I'ennsjljanla su-'ness. Hero It goes astray from tho
gar Helloing Comp.inj, with a cu- truth so far that tho force of Its
p.ulty of 1,000 barrels of sugar per previous arguments is very much In
day, ami the best plant In America juicd, If not uttcily lost.
A trust inmpniiy was In tho reflnety! Thero Is probably no "Trust" In
ileal; too deeplj In, as It tut ncd out the wholo list ut tho present tlmo
Segal, the ldlnery iNnpolion, had that is less nf u monopoly than tho
othm Irons In tho fire, ninnng them Sugar Trust. What tho oxact mini
n hotel proposition. He hnd a (red- ber of Independent reflnories may be
ttor named Kissel who held a mort- nt this tlmo this paper Is not able to
gago or IL'.'O.OOn on the hotel. And state, Hut ho Is misjudging tho sit
now, enter Ingo-I.egiee, tho deep- nation or not In touch with tho furls
djed Sugar Trust. who belloves that thero Is uny love
"Klssol, who was thought ns free lost between the Tedernl refinery
f I oiu Sugar Trust associations ns a people, the Arbucklcs nnil tho Tiust,
bnbo linboin, on being asked to tako or oven our own llttlo llawulliiu it
his tsriO.Onn nnd rolenso tlio moit- finery nt Ciockct.
gago, to tlio end that Segal might , Tho Ti list may linvo wicLked tho
flout u laiger loan nnd build a big- I'ennsjhanla movement to start an
gcr hotel, ' suggested to Segal tint Independent leflnery, hut It is not
lie, Kissel, would like to let Segal
havo tlio money. IIu olferpil half a
million, then $700,000, then $1,-
000,000, then $1,2CO,000. Mr. Kli-
eel was the most goucioiis of money
rcrSlxMontni.., a ,nn
Per Yt, in) where In US I.oo
Pel Year n)-hetc In Canada, ,, I. no
t'erYeai tmtptlil, lorcign 3.oo
Entered at the Post office At Honolulu
a Kfcond cla matter.
JULY 1. 1909
(lenders. He seemed to have u maul'
for letting Segal who, bo It re
incmbcicd, all the time controlled
this 4,000 barrel refinery have
funds for his side-line hotel. lie
urged Segal to make the hotel as fine
nE money could inakn it. Segal, be
ing a dreamer as well ns n Napoleon
and nut In the habit of rcfutdtig
leans, nitcptt-d all these huge sums,
pushed mi the building of his hotel,
mill Juat as the sugar refinery was
about read' to start its machinery,
the dual papers securing the swollen
h.an on the hotel tcic ready for sig
nature "Oddly enough .Mr Kissel asked
fin n huge block of sugar refinery
flocks and bonds as additional tc
turlt on the hotel loan.
"Ominously enough, he nuked, too,
for the light to namo n majority of
the Sugar Hennery board of direct
"Wenkly enough, Mr Segal who,
after all, was In prctt deeply and
couldn't well refuse Kissel an) thing
by this time, consented, and the re
finery (ontrol pasted to Mr. KlBsel
under the loan ho had so kindly urg
ed on Segal.
"Qticoily enough, when It Is con
sidered that Kissel vvns not a sugar
numi. Mr. Parsons of tho the Sugar
Pin-ons afterward admitted acting
i ir Mr. Hnvcmejer of tho Trust.
"Tho moral to this phase of the
story is: He careful ot whom joii
lorrow money when tho Goblins nro
"The plot now thickens. The KIs-sel-l'.irsons-llavcinejcr
Hie refinery voted not to operate the
plant. Tho Heat l.'stato Trust Com
pany turned out to have been em
barrassed by its advances to Stgul
on the reflnety. Mr. Hippie, Its
managing officer, having done Incg
nlnr things, among others letting
Segal and Kissel have refinery bonds
which he had no light to part wllli,
gave Kissel n check for Jfio.uOO In
addition, blew out his brains, and
the trust company closed Its doom
"It vvns a BRdj sad, tingle business.
And nil tho tlmo the renuerv stu. i
still, Segal offered bade nil the
none) he owed on the loin and
something lllio $100,000 besides, If
they would let loose nnil allow him
to operate It, but no. Tho directum
piefcried tor some reason not to letlne
$1,000 tons of sugnr per il.i). Ml
1'arsons of tho Sugar Trust, bo it re-
inombein-d. liml drawn tho papers tin
""" " i i
bcknown to the man who signed
"Tho facts are as stated by Geo II
Harlo, Jr., receiver of poor Hippie's
trust company. He told them to At
torney General Moody, who thought
nf-tWIUl cen u lr" ",Bjr um """
. '" Sugnr Trust guilty nf n violation
of tho Sherman. anti-trust law. Ho
told them to Attorney General Ilonn
parto, who agreed with Moody. He
put them Into n complaint, and the
today n moiiopol) by nn menus
WJiat the Trust did to Beenl icaiH.
romethlne like the unwritten Moiyt
of what tho Trust attempted to do.
to Clans Spieckcls when ho vvctitj
Fort street ....2
Queen street ..3
Lunalllo street 2,
Knili avenue . .2
Middle street... 3
Elm street ... .3
Union street... 3
Kapahulu ... .4
Spencer street. .2
Lunalllo street. .3
Young street.. 4
College Hills . ,2
Diamond Head 4
Fort street ... .3
Bcrctania St. ..4
Mnnoa Valley ..2
Kinau street ..4
Alexander St . .3
Piikoi street ..3
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Hast, but nftcr somo experience was
satisfied to accept the West oh his
USJ OF JULY
Judgo Woodruff will bo In Honolulu
on July 28. United States Dlstiict
Judge Dole jestordny lecclved n let
tor to (hot effect, which Is also con
firmed by the sanio information le
eched by United States Attorney
llrcckons, Prlvntc advices also i cached
tho U. 8. Attorney's oHlce. Indicating
that the new Tcdcial Judgo will not ho
In Hnvvnll until tho last of next mouth.
ntdlNS AT ONCE
Superintendent Campbell will tomor
row udvcrtlsu for lenders for tho now
vault lo bo placed in the offices ot the
Department of Public Works. Hupalrs
to t lie' offices will begin today, nnil tho
rooms will all bn placed in excellent
sanitary condition. The tenders for
tho vault will bo opened July 12.
Emperor Sends Balm. Hclslugfors,
Juno 19. nnijieror Nichols has sent
$100 to Cojne, the engineer of tho
Hrltlsh steamer Woodburn, who was
slightly wounded when that vessel was
fired upon Wednesday In l'lllkns bay
by a Russian torpedo boat for up
pronchlug too closo to tho leudezvous
of i:mpcror Nicholas and Hmperor
We' are instructed to offer for sale,
for a limited period, a desirable resi
dence in the Makiki District. This
property' is large, more than half an
acre, well planted in trees and
shrubs; the house commodious and
modern. The owner desires to
leave the country and has given us
a bargain price.
Felker premises Manoa Valley.
House and lot Lunalllo Street.
Fort and Merchant Streets,
REMEMBER THOSE AT SEA 1
iPvvr Xjs-r"i"' -1 h
tamtiawt H' i L -ij
bedrooms,. $ 8.00
bedrooms. .? 30.00
bedrooms. . 60.00
FURNISHED house in Ma
noa. Beautiful view of ocean
and mountains. Three bed
rooms. House and furniture
both new. Possession July
Rent $50 per month.
Beautiful Collection Will
Go To Seattle
Ono of tho most beautiful nnd In
teresting features of Hawaii's build
ing at the AlnskatYukon Exposition,
soon will bo tho scries of tinnspar
encics, which will be used ns win
dow panes In certain portions ot tlio
building. Thciu are nearly 200 of
theso transparanclcs, soma ten by
twelve Indies in size and sumo eigh
teen by twenty-two. Tho suliJcctH
cover ever) thing of Interest In all
This Is believed to bo tho moat
complete scries , of trnnspnrniicics
ever collected, nnd aside from their
great artistic value, the pictures will
do more than any quantity of print
ed innttcr in telling ot the wonders
of this Territory.
Of nil the commercial processes of
modern photograph, none Is moie
striking than tho transparency, there
being more snap, life and vim in It
than Is posslblo In :t paper print,
Tho tinnspircnc les, mounted In
handsome, iintiiia'l wood frames, are
now on exhibition In the looms of
tho Promotion Committee, where
they will leninlu until tho tlmo
comes to box them up foi shipment
on the next co.istvvnnl tilp of tho
Alameda. Tho plctuies are tho
woik of H. K. Honlno.
1S5 editorial rotmi 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
THURSDAY, JULY 1ST,
We will begin a
Prices cut to pieces; see oar win-tlow.
Tf The Alexander Young
Saturday, July 3rd.
Hours 6 a. m to 11:30 p. m.
Japanese Indicted For
Ewa Outrage Are
YohlilaTtinma, Kuwadi mil Wn
da, tho Japanese' ngulnst whom India
incuts vvue bioin;lit by the Teirltnrl.il
Grand Jurj, on clnrgcs of astault nnd
battery mid false Imprlsiumuii. of one
TmiclilJ.i (lib 111 at Uvvn on Mm 21 Inst,
In connection with the strike, were ar
raigned before Judge Wlilt'uy thl i
morning In tho Clicitlt Court o i both
Tho four ilcfoiidnnti weio icpic ml
oil by Attorney Hoiithttt, mil tlnoiuh
Intcrprctci Y.imada, pleaded not i.ull
ty. Tho trials of tliu ni"ii wo ct f"i
September 1, or for further dlHiotltlon
nt tho dlsrrcllon of tlio Coiut. Gileht,
n plantation laboicr who doited Id ie
mnln at work, and vvas on his vy.iv to
Join other In tho field, was attacked
li the four men, wlio beat lilin up bud
I), then unlawfully Imprisoned hlri In
ii house, where ho vvns rescued by the
Savage Pleads Not Guilty. I.oi An
geles, Juno 1!) State Senator W. II
S.ivago of San Pedio pleaded not gull
t.v in tlio Justice court this morning
when lie was niralgued on the chmgo
of criminally libeling T V.. Gibbon,
editor of tho l.os Angeles lleiald, In
a speech delivered with tho pmisisl
Hon of consolidation of tho cities ot
I.os Angeles and San Pedro.
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MUCH POLITICS IN
One Man Believes It Is
For Carter As
Thero nto prob.ibl) not flvo people
lu tlio town nt all acquainted with l.or
rln Andrews and Ills recoul when In
Honolulu, who believe Hint ho has
been totalled Tor the leg.il ability ho
will add to the Attorney General's de
partment as compared with men like
Lnrnach and Sutton. Tlio whole
scheme Is recognized ns political on
tlio part of tho Territorial authorities
and Is generally accepted as (in evi
dence of the engineering: of Undo I
A, Thurston, who has over been All'
drovvs' sponsor nnd defender.
This morning one of tho prominent
HavvnllniiH put forward tho suggestion
which Is Ids conviction, that Audtevvs
Is being In ought back to nssist Geoigc
It. Carter In n campaign for tho He-
publican nomination for Delegate. The
Idea that Carter wants to displace Ku
hlo will nut down. And as Andrew t.
vvns tho best political manager Cartel
ever had, It is thought tlint the wholo
thing Is a frame up of force-) that nev
er suppoited Kuklo except when they
Their flint movo will bo to get con
tied of tho Hcpuhiican organization op
crating through tho Terillorlal admin
Istrntlon. Andrews will do work for
tho Attorney General's department
when it offers, and politics ult the
It Is nlso evident that tho announce
ment of Andrews' letitrn was quite
prcimilur-. Tlio Govoinoi was bur
prison vviieu tlio mil let In linn
asked him about Heinenwa's new du-
ut.v mid tho speed with which lleinen
vvny ncKiiovvieilgcil tlio corn was a
ScmM deal llkn tliu gact with which a
man parts from n good tooth.
In oilier than political cpiailcrs, tho
return of Andrews to public korvlco lb
received wllh a smile. Oil" man called
attention to tho fact that Tom Pilch
lias nlso coino U Honolulu ngnln to
live nnd die. Among some business
men, It is asked whether the Governor
expectn to gain prestige with Tart by
taking Into Ills olllclal bos'im ns a t
lltlcal vvoikor ono who was mi igno
mlilloiisly dumped b) Judgo Willie
and then did hit utmost io discredit
Wllfley To ill-tit ilit Wlllloy nccet.
Miilly was to dlsciedlt Tnft.
Ncgato considers himself fortunate
as being number thirteen In tho list of
defendants 1 1 tho Japanese riot case
on before Judgo Hoblnsou. Tlio man
has been pronounced n consumptive
by Hie phjslclnus, and In n helpless
condition, so that It was agreed be
tween AttornejH Kinney, Piosser and
I.lghtfoot to dismiss tliu charges
against lilm. Judge Whitney entered a
nollo prosequi order, which makes No
gato a fieo man.
'Continued from P&cs Ii
Witness: "No. n in in on tho plan
tnlloti held his lioise,"
l.lghtroot: "Ilovv long after .Mr. Hull
went Into tho ofllcu did thu High Shei-
Witness: "After K o'clock."
I.tghtfoct: "How did ho coino
Witness: "In an automobile, with
I.lghtfoot: "Did tin) body oppose or
Interfeio with ills going into tho ofllcu
of tho High Wago Association?"
I.lglitfoot: "How did tho ofllcciR
tnko tho ptlMiitcr nvvti?"
Wllntss: "lu an niitomobllu."
l.tghtfoot: "Did tho crowd lutertcru
wllh tho prisoner?"
Witness: "I tlenred tlio road of
lapaneso lo tlio nutomoblle."
I.lghtfoot: -No pllikla?"
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thus causing the blood
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best and putcst- that
science can produce.
For over 50 years it
has been proving its
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ing, Poor Appetite,
Tor salo by Hcnson, Smith & Co
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Chambers Drug Co, Ltd.; llllo Dim
Co: nnd nt all Wholosalo Mtpioi
Witness "Not much "
"C A Splllncr, sou of August Splb
nor, was mo nt-i siun-. "t- m
been it police iiinu cm tho phinlnllon ,u
Walpiihit fin eleven months.
Ho It-Mlllcd Hint about 7 o'clock on
tho c-vi nlng of June S. nccompaiiled h
his father, going down the loud, lint
saw it big ciowd or Jupiiicse.
"Wo saw ono of them Jump on an
other one, nnd Stovlllo i.m to lit l.
the man. The- other Jap inese got atv a
but Seovlllo got him again. The ciowd
Klntio : "Did anhody liavo hold
of the prlsont'r but Seovlllo?"
Witness. "I um not sure."
Kluncv: "How vvas the- prisoner tiv
lug to get away?"
A span of hIv feet vvns cleared In
front of the Jmy nnd Mr llune took
tho part of tho prisoner, while Splllnu
lllustiatc-d h ilauciiig nnd shoutlim
around him, the manlier lu which (In
Kinney: "Did ou henr any ills
chnige of flrotrms that night''
Wltnchs: "Yes, sir. 1 he ltd n re
volver fired "
Klnnej "lly wlitnii'' '
Witness "Hv Wills I Ihluk "
Splllnei- then dose I Hit d how tin
riowd siiiioumli d his fat hot h Iioii i
thou tin cw sticks nnd stouts at them,
driving them away."
Kiiiuc: "Wheio weit- Seovlllo and
Witness: "Along the road with
Klnne: "Whcro vvns this ciowd In
relation to Seovlllo?"
Witness: "Close liv, near the
Klnne "Wert- Hi" faces of the
crowd angry when llu-v shouted?"
I.lghtfoot objetttd on tho ground
that It was not evidence.
"It is evidence, that Is takcrt light
along the fielnl demeanor of pilson
ers, or iu.ui gulltv people would go
"i object to .Mr. Klnne Jumping up
nnd talking about poisons he-lug gull
ty, danger, and that kind of remarks
It will bo vol pi t-tt nt tho -Iglit time
when lit- makes a spttch to Iho Jur
Kinney inllm.iteil I.lghirnot nlso said
Irrovelant things to the Jmy mid the
Judgo bald theio w is nothing to Mile
Define Splllner leH the stniid lit
noon, Attorney I.lgbtroot assailed IiIh
testlmoii, chin ged him with fixing up
a story with his father, mid agreeing
to testify lo ceitaln things Iho nttoi
nt-y for tho defetibe quoted lliirns, am!
attempted other eloquent stunts lo ills
credit tho witness, but Judge ItobliiMin
upheld tho testimony at iu.iloii.il to tho
Automobile Massacres. Chicago,
Juno L'.l. Aiitoinobli-B U killing Chi
cagolans Ihls tar at tho ralo of tlut-ci
peiums every two weeks. In isn" Hid
slauglilcr whb ono pc-rton over Hutu
ti , ni l -n.t
rort Stieet, Below Hotel.
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