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3.30 IB O IT i ON Ordinary persistence wins in almost everything never fails in Bulletin Advertising
From inn Tnmrhtti
Ctiljo Mini July 5
Vur Sui l'trtnciscc:
Mongolia Inly 0
AoimiKi .Tilly 24
Murnmu July 20
Bulletin Want Ads carry their
message every day to five thousand
licople who arc looking for things
partly worn out, hut still useful. A
Bulletin Want Ad will give you
a better price than a Japanese second-hand
VOL. XI. NO. 4353.
14 PAGES.HON0LULU TERRITORY OF HDAWAII. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1909. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SENATE VOTES ON INCOME TAX MONDAY
7 . ,-, TV
ON THE 4th
Pomp Of War In Peace Array
Will Honor Nation's Natal
Day Literary Program At
The Opera House
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LINE OF MARCH.
The IiiiloiK mlcnco Day pirmlc, tt
fin Moiidu) morning, will fonu on ii
Hotel slitot n'ppoblto llio Capitol tt
giounds iriuiiitl) nl S o'clntk ii
anil the lino will begin li move it
Immediately nftcr Tlio lino of !i
match will lio down Hotel Htrcct ii
to Hlclmi ilS, lilting UIcIiiiiiIh HtlCct it
to lloictuulu, along Ilerotnnla ii
strict to I'nrt, tilling Port to Vino it
nul stieet, along Vliiej ill 1 to it
N'mi.itm. nlong Nuiianu to King, ii
up King to foil, up Tort to Hotel, ii
oloiiK Hotel to UMiop, down lllsli- it
op lo KIiik and pist tho levleulng ii
Htiind. lie) oinl which It w II! ills- ii
ii ii i: :: ii ti ii tt ti :: it it :: it :: t: it
Willi one :u conl the pioplo of Hono
lulu will turn out iiiinmiii.v mill iln:i
d.iv to do lionor lo Hie uitlon'H ii it it 1
il.i. Owing to (In fact tli it .lulj I
fills dm SiiiiiIii, Ilium uulu telelir.illoli
will lu In 1 1 Monday, lint In m.irl) all
of the rliiii t Til-h some, olivet Mince will
lie illicit tomorimv
Mi iiiln there will lie n pir ule, pitrl
ollc service- .it the Opt i i lln'isn limited
I. He 5 iht ruufter, .mil fliowoiks lu the
i veiling, H3 well nil other celeliiulloiis
III I Hl'llll niilillt n lime
rliiiidiv nun nine's parade will doubt
leF'i In one or the most grugoous ills
pliUH of nmrtlil splendor Hint Hono
lulu Iiub ovei seen. 11m ifimed foiceii
of the governmint will pantile lu cere
mi ill il fo, 111:11 Ion. out of lienor to thine
Mg'illng men of 1111 euiller d.i who
inn lit Columbia a free r.ml suvcirlgii
Liu I Thru, will he invulij Intnntrj
in- Hues .ml cltlzi 11 Mildleis In line
Ce itral Union Church.
'llio foin.it cclelu at Ion will com
lue lie tomorrow evening w hen hpoclnl
Or.e of the new summer
styles made by
the famous New York
Complete line of sizes
and handsome fabrics at
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Toit and Hotel SU.
services will he held at Central Union
Church. Governor Kre.ir will preside,
mil It Is hoped to have till of the rank
ing Army and Navy officers stationed
on till Inland present on tlio plitfnrni
Dr. Oreen will ilellvir his address,
"The Heil, While and Illue," .1 siieclal
ipnrtet will sIiik do Koven's setting of
Kipling's "Recessional." and Mis. Mac-
, kill will sing "Wow Yo tlio Trumpet "
Preceding the services, thuro will ho
n bilif org 111 lecllnl. A cordl.il Imita
tion to this sen Ice is extended to all.
At U o'clotl. Mond.i) morning, tlio pa
rade will foi 111 on Hotel strict, opx
tlte the Cupltol gioutida. This will he.
en espj.clallj,,tupreHslo pageant, at
the soldloiy ttutloned hero will ho woll
lepresiuted. CAvnliytimu raino tn
from Schofleld Darrncks this morning
to ho ready for tho event.
.Major Dunning, commandant, of
Koit ahafier, will ho grand inushal
Tl1.1t theio will ho no hllihes Ii 11 s
hiired, for -Major Dunning Is an expeit
at handling parades,
At Opera House.
Imnudljtel) ufli r the p.u.ide the
llteiaij exciclsos will he hi Id ai the
0ier.i House, I'm nit r (loveinoi
tliorgo It Carter Is lu ch irge, and an
excellent piiw.im Is piomlsed. 1 lil
will Include special muslu li the f.iin
out riflh Cuvalo hand, and an lid
diess hy Di. (In in
lu the evening theie will he a mug
lilllceiit lliewoiks dlsphi on the (lore
These fireworks wero hecured through
the good nlllceK of tho lions ol tho
Amtiiuin llevolutlon, and the dl'ipl.iy
Will doilhtleis he the uiiibt gwicoiis
ivti given hue
At the Naval Station.
The Nuvnl Slulloii will fire a Na
(I01111I Salute on Mondto at noon lu
Imnw of tho coii'iIo'h hlitlidnj Tho
ni 1I1 r was Issued today hy Captain
Hee3 according lo the Naval n jula
tlcius The lioquols will lull-die s at
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T Sakai is Passenger
On The Liner
T, Suknl, special commissioner of
Japan to the United Stutes In connec
tion with the International exiimltloi
to be held In Tokvo In 1012. Is a re
turning passenger on the Chlvo Mum
Chatrmun Ixioinls of tho American
Commission lo the Toko Exposition,
has written to the Chamber of Com
merce, asking that Sakul ho show 11
such attention as may ho within the
power of tho members during his . iy
Snkal has made a tour of the United
States In tlio Interest of the coating nv
poMtlon, and 111 11 efforts are said in
linvo met with very grulifjlng sut,ce,ai
Hilo Contractor Secures
Eig Job On Lowest
Supeilntendeut Campbell of the
1'iit) 1 1 c. Works Depattment this ninili
Ing aw 111 dud the building of tho Will
Willi iiiutl In K. Weij of Hllo, Wiioso
hid was J10,r.')U. There was about
$11,0110 available for the woik, and
the department's ivej nearly i 1,00(1
bj this awiiid, whlili was tuado oil
tho lowest tender. The road runs
thiough a very rough loiintry, and is
about four and one-half miles In
John Johnson got twent lus free
boiinl uml lodging tills morning. Ihls
lirotrncted visit to the nef debars J, J.
f 10111 taking a hand In tho celebrations
of the l'ourth, and that fuct will rob
the day of muih of its glory
Jacinth I'erry, who should have
known better, hit up the booze In
st)lo jeslerday, mid In .coiibequenco
hud to contribute ?l lo tho County
Miss l.oinn limken lelt 011 tho l.ur
line jcteidii) for the Cousl.
We have some very attract
ive sites on our "For Sale"
lists which are worth your
time and attention to inves
tigate, Aie you looking for a con
venient office? There are no
better office buildings than
the Boston and the Judd.
Heal Estate Department,
Hawaiian Trust Company,
ON THE MONGOLIA
Dip'omat lMay Address
The Cnamber Of
On hoard the 'Pacific Mall liner Mon
golia, bound here from the Orient, Is
tho Honorable jdiarlis Diiib), late
American Consul General at Shanghai.
Denby Is on Ills' way to the mainland,
whence ho will (shortly sail for an Im
Krtant now post lu Europe to which
he has Jiut been iippoiuted.
The Chamber of Commerce will
make an endeavor to Induce Denb) to
remain here long enough to deliver a
lulk befor-i that body, us he Is next to
Sir Hubert Hart, probablj, tho best
jioslcd foreigner as (ur us Chinese af
lairs are concrmed.
Dtnby entered the diplomatic sirvlec
as second sccrctuf) of the American
legation at L'eklng In 1885, In IS3 he
became first secretary, serving as
charge d'affaires from March to Oct'
In 1S9T he retired from the diplo
matic service and engaged lu business
In Tientsin until l0u. From 19u0 until
1902 ho seiyed as Secretiiry-Oenoral of
tnc I'rovHionai (joverninent organized
by the PoAcrs fjr the district of Tien
tsin. Ho next sirved us foreign advis
or to tho Goyerjir-(5oiioral of Northern
China. . '
lu ltor,, Deiib),o.'nuiu chief clerk lu
tho Department of Utatn. holding that
berth until 1907, In August of that
J ear lie rcentcted the American for
tlgn'servtce, this time us Consul Qeii
erul at Shnnghiii.
Denby has no.v been transferred In
nu Important European post
Tlio I'lter-lslaud Steamship Co.
wishes It understood that tho Manna
Kea will leave her dock promptly nl
3:31) for the excursion to Hllo and the
vole urn. Intending pussengirs 1110
uotllled to be on thu boat b 3 o'clock,
There Is still room for many pusseti'
gers for iimtttesses on deck, This Is a
very tomforlable wav of traveling at
this time of )eai mid many should take
advantage of it.
The Bulletin will obterve the
5th of July as a holiday, no paper being
liiued on that date.
A $13,000 mortgage wns filed in the
lluriim of Convejunces this morning.
J It Is given by Marian Hawllns upa-i
an acre of land ut I.eles, Honolulu, to
Cecil Drown, envoi Ing 11 period of sov
en j ears wlUi Intel est ut 7 per cent. A
promissory' note is given, on which
terinlimtinu of tho morlgago and pav
incut then of Is based.
Tho Servile Is tlio iinuio of n new
magazine, tho first Issue of whlih
has just made Us appearance. The
Service Is devoted entirely to news
of tho n:y.al and military forces sta
tioned lu Hawaii.
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Youne; Hotel
Promptness and eood service
I Telephone 361. '
The following private cablegram
has been retched bvthe command
ent of the Naval Station and tho
Captain and officers of the U. S. S.
'Washington, D. C, July 2, 1909.
"Voluntary retirements: Cap
tains 8tnc, I'otts, Heeves, Wood,
Kldridge , Commanders Uraunens
rcuthcr, Donib.uigh, Ueorgc, Herbert,
Compulsory retirements: Captains
Mahan, McCrackln, Collins, Qual
trough, Commanders Hoog, Miner,
Lieutenant Commanders Tarbox,
As the result of those retirements,
Captain C. P. Ilees will be duo for
promotion In October, and Comman
der Albert (Heaves, commanding the
U. S. S. St. Louis, becomes 11 captain
APPROVED! D MAILED
The accounts for the close-of the
flscul period, June 30, of United
btntes Marshal Hendry were venter
day approved by Judge Dole, ami
went forward to Washington on the
Lurllne last night. Mr. Hendry to
day deposited with the First Na
tional Hunk, here all unexpended bal
ances of his qfllie, niul starts off the
new government onr with a clean
slate. A largo volume of bushiest
has been transuded In the Marshal's
olllca during the pnsl rur, and the
work has been executed lu n highly
satisfactory manner by Mr. Hendry
mid his efficient force of deputies.
Clips Atlantic Record. Qiiiomtown,
Juno 21. Tho Ciinard steimer Mamv
(aula has clipped another f0 minutes
off the best previous eastward record
which It also holds. It accomplished
tho Journey from New York In 4 dajs
17 hours and 21 minutes, the best pre
vious record being 4 dnvs IK hours 11
"Dear Maria's" Pet Dog Society.
iloston, Juno 21. Mrs. Heltamy Storer.
wife of the former American ambas
sador to Austria Hungary, has estab
lished a new soclet), the aim of which
Is to obtain from steamship and rill
road officials pei mission to allow- iet
dogs lo travel first class will) their
Tie Weekly Edition of the Evenlnq
Bulletin glvee a complete lummary of
nu nf th riav
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurline, July 2.
Island Fruit Co.
72 8. KINO. PHONE IS.
Gold and Silver
THE PALM stands
I for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, nr. Union
VOTE ON MONDAY;
WASHINGTON, July 3. The Senate will vote on the income,
Caw nwinolAn nt ttm tnvlff 1.111 am IThh J... ...
tA IJtwiiaivi! ni uic baiui. uiit im uiuiiuuy. jLd
me maximum ana minimum provision 01 tr.c tanit schedule was
adopted in the Senate today, markin
plan of the administration forces.
Night Riders Escape.
JACKSON. Tenn.. July 3. The ease3 of the cicht Nicht Riders
convicted of murder have been rcveried bv the Sutireme Court nf Tcnnes-
see. These men committed a most
traded a country-wide attention.
Heney Aujo Upset
HENY'S AUTO OVERTURNED.
CASTLE ROCK, Ore.. July 3. The automobile of Francis J. llcucy
was overturned todAv at this nlnce. Th n-nii. vr- tnt-,-.-i i.t
END DRAWING NEAR l
IN RIOT TRIAL
Ten of the Defendants Positively Id.ntiflcd ns Participants in Riot ut
waipahu Eight witnesses Put
foot Asks Time to Present Motions for Argument Case Continued "
Tho prosecution In the riot
trial, after a week's stienuoiis
legal battle, rests Its cui-e,
Originally thirteen Japanese
plantation laborers were
charged and hulk ted by tho
Territorial Brand July for
participating lu n riot on tho
Walpahu plantation Juno 8
Inst .terrifying men who wnnt-
ed to work, und assaulting a
fellow laborer who Insisted on
exeulslng his own rights
Nolle prosequi wns entered lu
A. ,1... .1
-w HIC llinva Ul lllll-e, one Oil lie
itiiinl of having consumption,
the other two for luck of Idcn-
tllluitlon. night witnesses
have poslllvel) Identified tho
other ten ami cleurlj descrlb-
ed thelt nets of violence on
High Sheiiff William lleni) wns
SuniftssInB nuality and inimitable
styles. One, pair sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
We have them In tmtent Vi,1 o..J
tvici kid oxfords.
SHOE CO., LTD.
k n complete victory for the tnriffK
attrocious murder and their trial at-i
on Stand by Prosecution Licht-
one of the (list wltnessis put on. tho J,
Mann jesteni.i) nfternooii Hiile-jt
sirlbed his urilvnl nl the MeiiqorF
trouble und told or he.iilng living
missies In tin, air iibout lilm aajjila ,
uutomohlle mndo Its wav through
Intake' Tutuke' was hurled nt
him fioui various inemheis of 'thoi
crowd, and ho attempted to glvo a.,1
prartlcal demoustrntlon of the talllZ
und attltiidti of those irlng It.fl
l.lghtfoot ohlerteil. unit tlw. rVnirtri
pillowed tho High Sheriffs iharacter
, li'utlon of the tune us nu angr ouA
. In retnuln on tho lecords
I "Now this word 'Tiitake,' hiiIiII
l.lghttfont, "did ou know what that I
'I tinned to Kiiue one In the nit-
tomoblle, Stovllle. 1 think, and ho
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