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From Sun Francises;
Al.inlctla July 23
For San Francisco:
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accomplish a lot of useful things
that would have remained undone if
they had remained unadverthed.
Prove it for one cent a word.
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VOL. XI. NO. 4355.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
HE1RY AND DOYLE SUED FOR DIG DAMAGES
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BIG DAMAGE SUIT
High 8hcilff Henry, Chester Doyle i
unit oilier Teitltoil.il ufheers who
aided him In the Boliurc of ccrtiiln
documents fiimi the safe of Mnklno,
thTslrlko lender, mill from the oftlre
of the Nlppu JIJI. alo ""on tl) "o
niaite the ilcfemlntttH In u hit; dnmngo
suit, uccoidlug to advices from offl
Mnklno has lepo.iledly niaile' tin
thieat Hint the people wtjuld wal.o
up some tnoi ill tiK nnil Hint something
"dplng." He has Intlmaleil fiom
time to time Hint uetlon would ho
taken to compel Hie pioseeutlon to
glo up tlic papers taken from Hie
leaders. A leplevtn milt Died li)
fc'og.i was decided III hi' favor by
Judge Long In the District Court,
WILL DENNING ACT
W. DunnliiR, a piofessor In the No.
lllRlier Cnmmcicltil School In .la
pan, who' arrived esterdny In the
MoiiRolla, will In all piobablllty be
tne njllclal Japanese Interpreter In
the strike eases to be tried befoio tho
local Circuit Courts. AecordlnR to
thiir-e who know him well, he Is an
expert In the Japanese laiiRiinfie.
Ills an I vat and the part he takes
In the trial of the strike leaders wil
be watched with a Rieat deal of In
teiest. He, it Is said, Is u fluent Jap
nueiies speaker. Ho nlt-o icailfl and
writes tho language with ease and
'with perfection. AlthoiiRh he Is not
in any way connected with the Jap
anese KorelRii Office, according to
Cnnt.ul Oenernl Uyeuo, It Is surmlhcd
thai he has come heie at the Invita
tion of Hie pioseeutlon Deputy At
torney General W. A. Kinney, when
asked whether Denning hnd come
lure to act as Japanese Interpicter In
Millie c.ibes, declined to talk on the
AltlimiRli the II u I I c t I n man
cndcivorod to locate Mr. DenuliiK
Hi's moruliiR with n view to ascer
taining the nature of his visit to Ho
nolulu, ho could not bo found. Con
ml GeneinJ Uyeno, when asked this
morning, stated that Mr. Denning
had not up to about 11:30 o'clock
called at tho Japanese Consulate. '
The arrival of Mr, Denning, an ex
peit of Japanese languages, Is a mat
One of the new summer
styles made by
the famous. New York
Complete line of sizes
and handsome fabrics at
The Kash Co.,
Cur. Fort and Hotel Sts,
and appealed to the Circuit Com I
Soga demanded a Jur, ko High Sher
iff Henry hIko took ndvitntiigo of the.
privilege, which means that tho
hcnrliiR niuxt go over until Septem
ber In regard to the anticipated suit,
Attorney Oenernl Hemcnwny said
this morning, "if thev do flic a suit
they will first hnc to prove dnmag
es, and na the documents secured nro
of an liierlmliiiitlUK niituie, and we
ni'e trlHg these men on ctlmtnnl
charges, I do not know what they
can hope to accomplish. I doubt
whether they could Ret damages In
any amount or secure these docu
ments uKaln as evidence of a crimi
nal undue belongs In the prosout
ter of Inteiest lo the local Japanese,
especially to the strike loaders. It
was exclusively mentioned In the
II u I I e t I n some time ago that tho
tilal of Hie strike leaders would bo
blocked because of the scarcity of
competent Japanese Interpreter In
the Islands. Hut for Hdltor Sheba
of the Hawaii Shlnpo and M. Negoro,
J one of the stilkc leaders. It Is nil-
thorltlvcly stated that It Is nlmost
ImiM.sslblc for the trial of strike
leadeis to be conducted In local
courts, owing to the necessity for
having all of the testimony Inter
pieted. It was the intention of the sttlko
leadeis to question the ability and
competency 01 mo Japanese inter-j
pictcr, no matter who ho might bo,
when their tnscs caiuu up before tho
toiiit. The majoilty of tho local Jap
uncho interpreteis did hot cure to net
ins Interpreter In tho tilal of, rtrtko
i leaders. Some stated as their rea
son for icfualng that they wcio
friends of Sheba and Mnklno and Ne-j
I goro, and theiefoio did not like to
stand between them during tl.e trial1
of tho leaders.
Tho principal fluty of Mr. Den
' iilng, It is leportod, Is to watch tho
tiniislatlon of tho Japanese, nows
p.ipeis, which published tho ac
counts which led the Japanese la
borers to go on stilke, Tho Nlppu
I.IIJI, organ of tho strikers, contained
iiuineious nillcles, agitating the Jap
(Continued on Page 4)
Keiiia I'uukii, a llawall.in Kill, aged J WASHINGTON, July 7. The Sen
12 j ears, this n ilim v.n iiiHt.ui.Jy ate.today refused to substitute the
?.::' "i,. .""."' . ' .,. "v. .
niiui a inn iiiiiviiv n uiv t'-iihi
alley at W.ilklkl. According I" IK'puty
SherllT Hose, tho girl nnd her brother
were going down to take a swim, when
the girl saw and picked tip the wire.
One day late through delay nt ,Yciko-
hama iind 12 hours lost through the j
bad weather prevailing on the tnst
route, was tho cnilso of the l. M, S. S.
Mongolia arriving last night after
o'clock Instead of July Stli, according
Sho probably carried as distin
guished u group of passengers an any
ll.oat IdeliiR from the Orient has ever
had llic good fortune to luue on board.
Ambassador T. J. O'llrlen, Amerlciu
llepiesentntlve at the court of Ills
Japanese Imperial .Majesty, Consul
General ChnrleH Denby, late of Shang
hai and now appointed to Vienna, and
many oth'is well known In tho official
service are going through. Mr. Don
by will make a short lectin e to.tr In
the States befoic going to Ills new
Mem Hung Chun, the Director of tho
Chinese prisons. Is also a passenger
en route on an Inspection tour among
Ahicrlcnn liir.tlt tit Ioiih of like character.
Mrs. U Itnlrd, Mrs. V.. 8. Ilurlbiirt and
Miss M. I). Wlngato are returning
home after a world's tour. They are
representatives of the Women's Hoard
of the Interior and hate visited many
missions lu tho Oilent.
I Tho Mongolia stopped nt three extra
ports on her way over, Kcciung and
Shlmetsu for tea and Yokalchl for
curios. Passengers and officers cele
brated tho Fourth of July In great
stylo nt sea, fireworks being brought
along for the purposo and a dniico be
ing ghon In tho ocnlng.
1. BUSS Jill (j
The rumor current today that
MaiiagevHoss is to leave Honolulu
plantation evidently grew out of the
fact that Mr. Hnss look charge of
the plantation only for a definite
period. That time will ho up In six
or seven months, when Mr, (Jlbh of
I'aauliaii will take the management.
Mr. Itoss has not been In good henlth
und consented to return to planta
tion woik fin a brief period only.
I Hunters who spent tho holidays
among tho mountains on this Island re.
port that the wanton destruction of
goats that Is going on In tho halls all
tho way fiom Wniiunnnlo to Wnlaiiuo.
Tho enrcarses aie blng all over the
place, ntiil no effort lias been made to
skin the animals or In any way utilize
any p.irt of them.
ARE you about to make
a Will and appoint
Executors and Trus
tees, or to create
Trusts operative during your
The Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd., offers its services
to any and all who may be
considering such action. Our
record is a guarantee of
"come tax tor tne corporation tax,
Auditor Fisher has been asked by
the Chamber of Commerce on what
lililliority lie lias tailed for "Tend-
eis for Supplies." He makes the
- Replying to our cotnmunlca-
Hon of the 28lli Inst legardlng pub-
Mention of my notice for "Tenders
for Suiinllva-'VI line.. In -.v ll.nt ll,..
for Sup. lies V Imi. o say that the
nonce is nuiuisiicii lit conformity
with u tonciirrent resolution pnssed
by the House of llcpiericutnlhcs on
the 1 4 tli und by the Senate on the
IRth day or April, 1909, and of
which the following Is a copy:
rnvpttitiii-vT Fni iitiov
co.nci itin.M ihsoumoN.
lie It itsolved by tho House of
Itcpiesentatlvcs of the Legislature of
the Terrltorv of Hnwiill. tin. Henale
htm to be most satisfactory and that
for such period, bo far as practicable,
.. ... ....
1110 curient supplies snail uo pur-
hn.e ily from such bidder or bid-
dors. In nctortlanie with such ten-
1 ' '
"Yours very truly.
(Signed) "J. II. FISHint.
"Aiitlltor, Territory of lluwall."
REVOLT IN COLONIES.
nOT.nw Panama Jl 1 A n.
lulinn ho. brnlrA- '.... I- il,. TT-l.J
State, of Colombia durimr the ab-
sence of President Reyes in London,
KINO PETER FAINTED
BELGRADE. Julv 7 Kinir' Peter
fainted today and fell from his
horse. The incident caused great
consternation among the memben of
the King's suite, until they found
that neither the fainting spell nor
the consequent fall were serious.
.. . T L . .
mu, tho former Inciimhtnt has re-
AFTER the enter
thirst and the PALM
Hotel, nr. Union
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Young Hotel
Promptness and eood service
Telephone 361. I , .
This assures the success of the Ad- judgment on same, she can IndlW.lual It platlon the creation of a colonial "' ; , U ZZ H linlS
mlnittrntion nlnri In the K.nnt Crr. u. i... i,i.i ... ..n.i., i.v ti,u ) M riini.ni of tin. l--...T..i:il eo.Tti. 1' ' "' "CM ."lc" ''' .Mt "L,"W;f
,..... ,.. ..... .. .. ,, ., Ilv., ..,l... ,.,.. , ,..r ..,... ...,.. .. ithat lie WiiRlit iiihihkh m inierierrqfj.
tain Progressive Republicans and ror the payment of same. It means n incut. i ... laborer and iik..t Seovlllo)
Democrats sought to force through" mauled oman who contracts to it The plan U i to unify nlthln ihls : . tvil( nrl,;M0)I ,, M
an income tax amendment without l'' ,'"' 1a",,cl;!; m""1 W'w hum If . ep.irtlneut the Rmeriunenl .of .il i. Atlo,uey Klnnex i..k Hie ullnofH
retard for amendment of the Con- J'11' ',ln ,8 U"K ,l,1"!,t' m"1 J'"" "'"J ""' S ,I,'i,1t,'",cn,",,1 ,m? ',,"",1,,1 "" " ,.. cn.s.ex:ii.,inati..n and i Km to lii
'stTution a. outlined in the Pres"- H?, ihol tviTewnU L !r "" '"' .frroRaie h.m . ... .,., -d ?r 4
'dent's meisaire hoous. it siiouiu iiau an economizinR 'cupiitloii. where he luul uoikoil mull
" llivvi .... llir r,il.Si.li;o ........, tt lUt HSMK lullOII lie ll III W llll till. Otll3
"That It Is the sense of the I.egls- ' tor which not tlie tlelendant but '"".. . K": V ". ' ,': " "".Chester Doile M Dotle safi.l ibi
ure that the Auditor of the Terrl- ""r 1'l""' ""- , The action ;"' CruriZL ,.nser table during the testimony. -
shall, semi-annually, make pub- -- '" ?"'" n. ". " ".T'r" 11 Iris ben rumored fir h, time I.. Aw""'- " J-''''"'- 'r" .-.
niUertlsement for tenders for n,t ni,..i ,.,,V.r, i ,i.,Tr.i .m. that Mr. Lewis had contracted to sell I "'V1''"" "in,- ifstlllt-il thai his plar,t,
ng current supplies to all he withdrew, afterward nilntr n eon. "Is seat but only within the past live, . "" J?" "'' "''';: ,'v. ".V,"UI,J ' 'I
s of the Terrlotrlal gov- fesslon of JndRment iiiwn which a judg- r Mx I-U- rcqulro.1 by tho rules of - ' -i; ; "
for the next ensuing six ment --.s entered May 29. 1905, for tho no i-"'iiango as a perlo,i to intervene - --; w
ths 'period, and shall notify the m d Imo'l. The petition for a writ "rr".' ' L'-' " . "I'l'i cat 011 ntnl ,..,,.,.,.,,.. ,. ,. '" , ,,"r ,",',?;
da of bucIi ileimilmcntii of tho ' FC,rV ' . '' .. AHrn : ' .': .r i. .u.. i.....! ivltni'i' 1 tl nut ntuu-. an. I il uaa nivT
me or names' of the bidder or bid- ' '-..! i!! "L. . r V " r !"! "'.' "- "" Mji
wIiimp tniirlorH nrn .l..niP.I l.v ::.' ". .iX"rl V"" ' "l-"'- -" ' H"p" (r nn i.,.- ,i..-i i. .''' r '11.1 UOt n lull til IH w i t JO iirilS
MUST PAY BILLS
Supreme Cotrt D-cision
An Important decision was handed
down by the Supreme Court tod.i.
which will hau a wide 1ok.iI effect on
the Inclining of debts by married wo-
men. According to tills decltlon If .1
Tho caso In question Is that of N.
8. 8nchs Dry Goods Comnany against
Annie K. Hurt. In which action was
brought to compel payment of a bill
UllIlUlVlfH U) hit Ul fOUV. l.l-VJ
lions to the ruling of the Circuit Court
were earned to tne supreme uouri
i,v ,. .romliatit. nnd overriiled. Tin.
decision Is written by Chief Justice
Hartwtll, and reads:
"The defendant's exceptions nie Ink-
e ,n rulings denlug her motion to
J"111' th return or a writ of scire
facll,M " U"' Kf"'" 'it It failed to
Ma((, Ju , wlll1 un, (. manmr
i ,. i,i, .,..,..,1,... ..i;. i, r
III niiHIl CI I llt.1 " n 11 lM t (III" I ClUIII,
nlgtied by the ofllcur. being: "Served
the within petition anil writ as fol-
lows: Upon Annie K. Hart.-alias Mrs.
Btlniunil II. Hnrt, at Walluku, Countv
'!f Maul Territory of Hawaii, this tlrst
du' "r lu' A- ly- n9" ""'1 deciding
thal vxnntlm U81l0 th(. jM,Ktlu.,
s0,1(.llt , Uo rovw.(I by scire facias
mitwltlixinn.ili.i- in,, ..intinifrv nr..r
plnlmlnir Hint li wnu vol.i linr-miu.. nro.
dlcated lii.on a contract for necessar-
orally ami answered.
17SI n 1 ....
' "The statute. Sec.
... . . ... . ' . .
quires somco ny iienvery to mo t e-
fondant of a certified copy of the sun..
mo.H 1 un 01 planum s ts'iition mid ll
tllllMtt Ilia t'fill flint lltlu fin uttmifit ti ll.,.
return althouirl ha sUtuto il os i.t.i
,fem.?ol t but w Minn lid so ,1 es
'..,.. i.r... 1 ,,.:?J.?.. ....... Ui."." "ei
sumption Is. In the absenco of a show-
sumption is. In the absenco of a show
,lng to tho contrary, that tho service
was made In the manner required by
stutute. Tho slatuto which mithorlzim
a married woman to make contracts
a married woman to make contracts
all " 8"" ""d bo RIlCll Is not confined
her from contracting to pay for art-
teles which the husband is bound to
.furnish. Tho right to mako such con-
tractB unpilCH liability to be sued up-
"" ,nem nnrt ,no rfiht ,0 conress Judg-
",c,u '" '.'l0. ?c,!"n-.. Moreover, a do-
feaa:11 , ".V 'nrTthnn .'!, Ca,l!l.
coo.ui iJ n Tvo "The udginent' b
over th case Van Fleet, collateral
Attick. Sec. BSO. nml cases there cited,
( "Exceptions overruled."
' .t.t, , ., li , . ? . .
tomonow. Thursday, ovonlng at 7:30,
,at A I'atrla Society Hall.
ALLI0QAT0R PEARS ! ! !
We pack and ship the BEST, mak
ing you a price DELIVERED any
where on Pacific Coast.
HIL0NIAN, JULY 13. next boat.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King. Phone 15
' l 1IM IIIIVU r I III ITMdllK mill IIIIIHKH.4 1 Ull IN Kit III 11 IIM V III . Hill- I i.i ,1 ....... ....
women ho run llic r nuai.an.ls into iiiih is ne iexi im n spec a. ....-, j ,,., ,, . WlllllIlu ,,tnuta$
unnecessary IndebtedniwH. IiirIoii c.il.iiRram lo the .Manila I lines ',!,,. ,,..n. ,i.i,.n ...1 t7."
I Established 1879
II Wam.nRloii June .,-iieti.ioni .i
and aj pears lo have tome from p.l
nte fources. The Information con
tallied Is of esi-clal Interest to the
poop o or mis i err nory s nouiu
ivi-im-iu mii.wij m-s.,mvm .. . ,,.-...w
.if Including all the outljlng Teirl-
tones in ins iitipit-u wuiuni .. - viui -
meiit. Ileforo Mr. Taft was rresldent
he on incur than one occibIoii told clt-
Irons of Hawaii that the won'tl be
far better off If under tho Juilsdlctlon
of u Colonlul department Dm no clt
Izen of Ha all has been found to mr.e
ALFRED D. COOPER
ON STOCK EXCHANGE
At a meeting or the Honolulu Sfiick.
and Hon I Exchange held this inornlng
Immediately after the legular session.
jeuiri ueeii eimaKeu siiccensiveiy Willi
the Hanking House of Illshoii & C0111-
., .1.1.' n... I II... ill jl.r... rpv..u. f...... ........ ...
' '" ""i; -' ......., ...
"J a ... nr . .Im; . h c h he U
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I'ntllnK the adoption ,.r ftnal plans.
Mr. Cooper will transact biiHluess a
-!0r. Ju.l.l liulllltiH. few ilmr. fr.
"' Stock Kxchange.
ROOSEVELT SHOT HIM.
WATVASWA. Vo.t ifn'.. t..... -
O.I...I nnn...w 1... mi. j . II.J
he , ? P "f
hira- He hot him in the eye. Death
was instantaneous. The skin will
be preserved. The Colonel was un-
ATLANTIC FLEET ASSEMBLES
R0CKP0RT. Me., July 7.-A pow-
"ful fleet of battleshius and cruisers
b assembling off this port for the
ummer maneuvers. The Atlantic
fleet is in command of Rear Admiral
Seaton Schroeder, and the maneuv-
rs this year will be earned out on
.1. . ... . t - 1 t 1 ..... 111 un iiii-i liii iiiiui iimit in Miiri'iMii1
Bl "" I
- - -
Surpassing nuality and inimitable
styles. One pair sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
We have them in patent kid and
vici kid oxfords.
SHOE CO., LTD.
on the stanb
Riot Leader Denies Being1'
The Cause Of Any
Jntaro Mlkaw.i Hie !
In the riot citei. t..K
i he wittiest)'
tl.ind Hit. morning fin
I ..... ..I . I..rr l.lu .11. ........ ..Ml. .1 .Tnf.ltld ,,f 1
Kltlliev's Hue of nin-MloiiH
. ,. . ..n(J (1
I do nut bte uli.it counsel Is gaint
f cross examinations
,; K(.ltlll ,, furM ,, , on,a
' 11 nlfll I tl If I lift ItTOriU Willi II. lilt ilf,
i ... nlm .. .. 1.1.1,1,1.1, iB nil Ci
can get out of our ultness, but wo will
b.ie to take what w(. can g ! " ruplleil
It dcii'loppd that Mlk.nva was a
new ccuiel on the I'lntU'illoil. :nd
V'lew but lew of thou ariun.l htm uf
' time he Weill Ut wink there. Itfl
li be. 11 at Wnlpaliu ('lib two iiiontliMl
whrn the trouble hnpp ai. He ndliitlj
ted being III the crowd on lime S, out
denied si utlng an Ironble. or doing
uiiMlilug that wt.uid warrant bis ar
Ills testimony did not brlntr oil
liincli el.cnr.i one n or the other.
except to show Hint lie was one of tho
"'"J'1 """ ",!,,lt', " 'U'liionsiratlon. HIh''
.1-r.i.i.i"!.? .. ..inc. 1 ini.'iiK.i iinerpreir
er Mnriiyama. who was recently sworn
In us oll'tlnl Inturpieter to sueceet!
Attntnc) Llghtroot snjsh
nun) wunoKscri it. put on
()f , ,, -.
'J,; "..V .Ve","",' -l are be
eMimined It will Ink., lite test of H,'
V '" l conciu, let . ,-:,.... in fact Mr,
j W"";f. .c '"ged I.lghtfoot with sn,li.S
' tt""'1 "lUo " "'"mmor to comiilelo
II rushlno nnd K Knw.ikamlTtwu tifi
Ihe ilefeiidnuts In the riot rave, ui.ni
arraigned beroie Judge Do lloltllhlsi
illuming, and the warrants cenctl It?.
the Kiiimipplug cases
sen of Sunday, Ini
ll mo chnrgett wllhS
mlng Kalsuji Stsii"
which the two men
Tn0,i in n i" n,i
Tsuzukl and Hatsuhetvl
ling The evldeut
,,ii.,,fiU.. ,, ii... n. .. .j ...
from F-ciirlii- strike breaker t,. ."-5
back to work, mid to extort liifdrma
Hon friun them regarding iholr nlnnu. I
Jutlgo IXi Holt fixed tho bonds yestor-
'"' l.ut tho men Yoro hehUor in-stl-1
H"'1"". i'l tho brlngli.,: .
"n.Jti"?, J Z ftm wa "he, t i.ev!
will ho placed under now bonds
. mter-uiand an o. it. & t,. ahlpplnR