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From San Frantisct:
For San Franciscc:
1 1 1 ton It) n Inly It
' Thrifty housekeepers always read
nil the ads in the Bulletin.
There's a Reason The Bulletin
publishes All the ads of A the rep
resentative merchants of Honolulu.
Aornngl July 24 j
Marama July 20
Bulletin Ad Readers Are Always Successful Bargain Hunters
VOL. XI. NO. 43C0..
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1009. 10 PAOES.
PRICE 5 GENTS.
WAR IN PERSIA'S CAPITAL -
KUHIO'S PLANS OF MUCH
OUR CITY HALL
Plan For .New Municipal Building Is
Taking Shape - Site Cause Of
Agitation-Officials Differ As To
Location-Talk Of The Town
A $100,000 City Hall 'I lint Ik lliul
slogan of county ami cllj officials ami
pioinliicnt cllln'iis linl.iy, it lid since
tin- dlsciisiloii liy flovcni'ir Fionr jes
torday, tho Interest has taken wlngh
ami everywhere In olllclal clrclcH It Is
tlio opinion that Honolulu should have
ii municipal building Unit would hold
be a credit to the city ami counl.v."
Many mo at viiil.inro with tin; (!ov
ci nor lu icguid In the piopcr silo tor
Midi it building. I'.olli Hid Ciovcmor
nnil Superintendent of I'libllc. WiiiKh
Muistnn Campbell, In llgiiilug out tho
disposition of lliiiiululu Halt! lot, huvi
their ejos on tlio goto lot, niuii'r King,
Mnclianl mill ltlchmds streets, facing
Jlnyor I'orn Is deeply liilorohfrd In
tlio matter, Put will not announce Mm
preference of n kIIu until after a meet
(ii'iMKii It. Carter doesn't klinw can't
llui'glnt; mill really doesn't rjio why
II Is that he Id generally ciedlted with
being ! piosottlvo rmitlliliilu for I'io
Id piilillcnn nomination of Delog'ite to
Cungiuss In succeed Kulilii til 1910.
.Mr. Caller expects to ho traveling In
Kniope next fall ami he c eclh tu liu
going aionnd the woiM with his fain
ll in 1!HU ami looking aflei' tliu cdu
ration of Ids children.
Vet In cjilti) of all HiIh Iheio are poo
pin In lliuioliilu who lnliic lli.it'l'ol
ltlen In to (icnrso II, Carter like the
Call or Hie Wild.
The iiunoiinceiiieiit by the Hull c
till of Delegate KiiIiIo'h plosprcllvu
lellienienl, bet (he political Im?. iiawH
going III great nil ape.
It Ik haul fur the business people to
The Newest Styles in
EN who nre just a little fastidious about their
dicss will find among our new nssoitmcnls of
"Cluctt" and "Wilson Bros." shirts, patterns
uisu arc at once attractive, serviceable ana in
the best of taste, u
The time to make a selection is now while the assort,
incnti arc large, because it is not expected that such a lino
stock will have to wait long for buyers.
New line of golf shirts,
The Kash Co
Foit & Hotel Sticets.
,-tfa St likr, -wsffj,: jDtAtJkfbaiiUj..
lug with tlio C.iivernnr ntnl other olll
rials, wlit u thu aiious hIUs will bo
Attorney Mlhciton, Deputy County
Attorney, does not favor the goro situ,
believing It l) lie too far nut of tlio
center of tlie business district.
Kupcrvlbor AIrtl said tliln morning
that tlio lot next In tho postofllcu mi
Meiclumt slicet, fncliiK Knahumunil
street. Im the proper location for n
City Hull, for the leiiKon that It Ik
almost in the rciilcr.nr Iho city, next
In the federal liulldlug and rouiciilcnt
to lenldeniH fioin all partH of town.
Attorney William Aclil. one of tlio
leading rilbu'.H it-presenting hugely
tin' Hawaiian scntlimnt, said:
"Tlmt lot next to tho pusfnfllco It
the piopcr one. Tliu goro lot In too
(Continued on Page 2)
believe Unit Kulilii run'' coiitenillclo
mi thing rise than letlruiucut on ac
count ol il. to Iheui, une.vplal'ial.le
proaolico lu llolmliilu when tliu tarllT
hill la under consideration lu Wash-
The plnenpplo men aio boiling mini,
iindenioalli, nt Kuhlo. Ami lliroliy
hangs ii tale.
Tho plncapp'e men wantrd Hie Del.
('Kate lo Congress lo ko hack In Wash
ington hy the 1.11 Alameda mul inakj
ii IIkIiI foi the pineapple taiiff. Ac
eonllng lo Hii4r Ide.i Hie Delegate wan
golng on tlio Alameda. Thos, mould
ing In their lileii, tliu Dolognto we.it oft
lo llllo ami gel hack too Into to take
tho steamer. In oilier winds they
I thln't that ICUhlo should htivu gone
(Continued on Page 3)
.t .siii it'
ARE BACJUT WORK
Including Three Whose
Japanese. Inherent of Wnliiianalo
plantation are all at work this morn
Ins. Ilxcopt of course for the sixteen
who are held In Jail In thin rlty.
Thu reKular labor forco Is at work
and also tlio thrcn Japanese whoso
illscliurKu was demanded. If these
three uro not actually In tlio field, the
mutineer las made It well understood
that they will not bo discharged.
Ho the Wiilmnnalo affair linn blown
mer except that hoiiio of the lines of
the limitation tiro being followed up
caiefully mid it fund of Information It,
IicIiik scented ns to thu sources of llio
It Is lielievcd that Ihu lunic nt Will
manalo was orlKlnated lu Ihu iiKltiitlon
rionil lu Honolulu ami liroupl.t about
ns anotlier blow In thu hopu of flight
riling the plantoiH Into luaklui; some
roncesslnn. During last week the coin
tulttcu of Jupaneso merchants mid pio
fcFtlouul men who hau made u husl
ness of trying lo get "home liillmatlon"
ft om the planters, wero nt work. They
liae thought and sab) tlmt tho men
would ictiiin lo work ir "noinctliliii;"
wero said by "someiiuo lu iinthorlty"
Unit would gliu tliu men sonic liiio of
n raise. They met tho usual, now
stereotyped response that tho pUnl.
rrs could no iiotlilnc and say nothing
until the men returned to work and
tiro rlrlku Is ocr.
Whereupon they icapnnded that
Ihey (oiihl not, ho responsible Tor
what thu men might do.
Coincident with this ll nrpoars thai
mi agilallou (mud lslted Wulniiuialu.
Tho refusal In ho respoiislblo fur
what tlio men might do wus on Sat
Sunday Iho row was Htm toil nt Wu.
Monday the men refused to work
and wrro obviously In an ugly mood,
since they had no respect Tor tlio law
or the rider ofllrer of iho law.
It Is thought that Ihu blow was
shuck on llio Walimuinlo plantation
hcciuiHo, for some reason or other, tho
Japanese reem to Imvo the Impression
llial Iho Irwin planlntliuis aro moio
likely than any otlmrs to eonr-cdo
something. Manager Chalmers' firm
I espouse was evidently a surprise.
Sutneoiiu appears lo hnvo lenllzed
that Iho thing Is being carried too rat.
mid neither Iho plantations nor llio
community will stand for much nioro
(Continued on Page 2)
Al 2: in o'clock this afternoon, (ho
I'nlled Slulrs army Iransisirt Thomas
was sighted off Koko Head. Sho will
an ho off port at about A o'clock, dock,
lug at tho naval dock shortly after
wards. BULLETIN ion ov
Tho necessity of having Jour will
drawn by competpiit attorneys Is no
Iras Important than the selection of
u trained and expeilenced iiilnilnls
tialor. Tho llawiillnii Trust Cniu-
imii, Ltd., siiciessfully combines!
Ihcbii Iwu functions.
- - wmkA&ti jJu&
WAS MOB'S CRY
Sheriff Jarrett Relates Thrilling Encoun
ter With Strikers At Waimanalo
Leaders Threaten Japan Will fake
A Hand If Any Are Killed
Sheriff Jarrett Is luck In town this
munilng none the worse fur we.tr, but
ho admits that It was a racking LX,tr
lence; ho sas hu never, liufutu know
what n mob was. "Our automobile,"
until lie, "was surrounded by ll'ieso men
nil hollering mid shunting lllcu mud
dugs mid gesticulating nt tlio sumo
time. At times when things would
cumtnenco to ipili t down, some or their
leaders would make spcechui, ami llici
thu crowd would break flit npew in
rage mid shout and gesticulate."
Tho five prisoners wero pill lu tho
automobile who conindlted the ortglmil
assault. That did no good; they wcru
pulled out by tho ( wil, iuhI itlim tii"n
would tako their places In llio automobile-,
and demand Hint ntl bo tiikiu lo
town or none. When I told them lo
keep away, or I would shoot, several
of them shouted "M-n-k-o, no plllklit."
Tho crowd shouted something I was
(old tncniu "let nil hands stick logolli
"Thty Ktnrled In lo attack tho unto
innlilln Iti.eir as If they wero mad, and
It looked nt one time as If they weio
going lo turn the tiutomohllo over bod
liy. I got hold or thu prisoners after
Ihey wero taken away and started to
put them into the automobile again lu
Iho back i cut. Juki ns soon us I got
several pilsoners In, Iho mob climbed
In from the olljer sldu and Jerked them
out and got Into Ihu nutomohllu In their
place, ami then they would holler 'one
go nil go.' Their fices weio distorted
with rage, mid really Ihey urtcil innio
llku mad dogs than human beings I
never saw Iho like or It. When 1 gut
llio re-enroi cement, and my olllceih
surrounded Iho aiilomulillo with Ihcd
bayonets pointing towards them, 111111
out of tlio crowd would stniiil out ami
throw up their arms and say "go ahead
niaii-k-o, no pllllda,' as K Invltng ,1
"Townsend, my Japanese Interpret
er, told mo Hut at times tho crowd
would holler out Ihut ir any or them
weio killed all light Japan would then
Jump In ami lake a hand, mid a mini
her of times I bond Ihem shout 'Japan
King', as If Ihey weru trying to tell
thu thing lu Digllbti. All together II
was ipillo an experience, I lelurn
theio this evening, Most of the men
aro at work this morning' utter they
weio told Ihey ellhcr hud lo go to
work or null thu plantation. I am
credibly Infoinied that Higher Wage
agents from Honolulu are seeking tu
get admission lo Hie plantation, ami for
that leuson p.iitlcul.uly n stioug force
or officios are being detained on the
Thoso iiricsli'il aie Vainainoio, III
AFTER the enter-
thirst and the PALM
Hotel, nr. Union
NO MORE DELAYS.
Wc arc now agents Younc Hotel
Promptness and cood service
gnshl. Kohayushl, Klniurn, Nakagcwv
Siignmolo, Oznkl, Intirn, Ola, Nnkul,
Kiikul, Taniiiru, Komorl, Dol, Ascmt
LENGTH OF MINUTE
VARIES MOT TRIAL
At Questions 0!
It was brought out this morning
In tlio cross-examination of I'tii-blno,
secretary of what lias been known as
the Wnlpnliu llrancli or llio Higher
Wngo Association, Hint It Is not n
brunch or tho Association, hut an
Independent oragnlratlon In Itself,
or so Fuihlno states. Mghtfool In
terposed frequent objections to tlio
quest Ions of Kinney that brought
forth tho testimony, hut he was over
ruled lu each caso.
Later lu cross-examination, Mght
foot attempted to huvo ruchlno give
n practical dciiioustiiitlun of tlio time
ho thought constituted a minute,
Kinney hold a watch and when ho
gave tho signal Fiiehlnu thumped
Iho desk. Four beconds Inter ho
thumped It again and declared tho
Tiikiomul was placed on the
stand next, and his direct examina
tion occupied hut a little more than
a half hour. He had been chopping
wood hclnw Iho Higher Wage Ilulld
Ing on Iho night or tho 8th o( June,
when tho alleged, riot occurred,
When ho heard tho pistol shut he
went up the road, saw a largo crowd,
Jinl went hack and chop,eJ wood.
After Indulging In this much excite
ment he went up to tho offlco and
smoked, nut for tho full hour and 11
half ho was there, he protested, but
Ho was willing lo answer I.lght
foot's questions, hut became, sullen
under Kinney's cross-examination
and b0Yer.il limes nearly compro
(Continued on Pace 4)
Alligator Pears ! !
Wc 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
The Meichants Hxrhniigo renorts the
arrival of thu steamship Alameda tu
han Francisco lit .1 o'clock today Tho
Mongolia Is reported by Hie same an-J
thorlty ns arriving at 1 o'clock.
This means that tho Alameda won
out mid lauded her mall earlier than It
would huvo reached tho iiostortlrc by
tho Mongolia. It Is probable that Iho
two ships traveled together all the wny
to San Frauelsro mul made a nilMity
pretty trip of It
Superintendent Marston Campbell of
Iho Public Works Department, loda
received a nolo meirai;o.froiii Arthur
Hooker, Sierctnry of Iho National Irrl
Ration Congress, to ho held lu KMkaue
from August 9 to 14, stutlm; that In
iiccorihiniv with Mr. O.unplieli's to.
quest a plnro tar Hawaii has boon ro-
served on Iho program.
At the last meeting id the Hoard .t
Agilculluro iiml Foundry, S'iH.'ilulen-
dent Itilph llosmer was selected to
represuit Hawaii at iho Congress, I..
O. Illticktunii wus also ch cii to ac
At thu meeting Siijicil Itendelit
Can" ho I bald liu would rah v to I look-
in i 'Mug lli.it ii proinluei.t place bo
gl.tu Mr llosmer on the pi grmu.
it II) far Ihu largest londouim-v it
Hon suit uver died In thu United it
tt Stales Court hero was recorded ii
ii today. There uro 223 defendants ii
it In the suit, und tlio title, of thu ii
it case Is tho United States against ;t
ti tho Haiku Sugar Company mid i
lit olfiers. Thu action Involves con it
it denmation p'occcillngs ugnlust ii
it tho p.t'tlcs named on Maul for X
it Ihu location of llghtlimiMj mul ii
lit gronndii, ii
'ii Tho papers covering Ihu suit it
it roiiiuuno more than 300 pages, be- it
it sides Hie notices whlih have been ii
it placed In tho hands of High Slier- it
,ii Iff Hendry for service upon Iho ii
It defendants. Three acres of land ti
,ii a re1 described In Ihu action, local- ii
it ed iiU'imwi'ln, Maul, ii
it it it it it tt tt it t: it ii ii ;t ti ti it it
All with the new perforated vamps
and toes. Oun Metal Calf. Tan Rus
sia and Pat. Colt. Either in Bal or
SMART STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN.
1051 Fort St.
TEHERAN. Persia- July 13.
Thousands of Nationalists have en
tered the city and arc occupying a
portion of it. including- that section
where the Parliamentary buildings
It is expected tlmt the Shah will
take refuge at one of the forcicn.
legations. His body Kitanl has de
The Cossacks arc resisting- the Na
tionalists and there is fighting- in
the streets. The forciRiters arc un
harmed General's .
BOGOTA. Colombia, July 13.
General Oritz, the leader of the Co
lombian rebels, has been defeated at
Macdalena river. He has surrenj
dcrcd. and the Government forces
have regained control of the steam-',
crs he seized and a large amount of
wnr material. '
WASHINGTON. July 13. Presi
dent Tnft will spend three days in
the Yoscmitc during his trip to the
West next September.
VIENNA. Austria Jnlv 1ft Al.
bcrt the youngest son of Baron Os
car Rothschild, the famous banker,
committed suicide today. The rash
act of the boy was the result of a
leve n flair.
SHOE CO., LTD;
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