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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 15, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Image 1',
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THUGS TO JAIL
I'lto of the lenders arrested liy Slier
Iff Jnrrctt In tlio Wnlmmmln Hot Mnn
dny wero this iuoiiiIiik fcenlenced liy
Jmlgo Andrado to seno terms tu prls
on for nsiault upon IHiohuc, n liilmrer
in pin) cl on Ilia plantation, Doputy
County Attmnov llrtinii, representing
tlio pniHecutlon, nskod tlml tlio mux
Imiini pcnnlty tic ghtn thn nii'ii.
Ho said: "1 would ask Hut tlio
maximum penalty bo infllctcil In this
case. Tliln U an Instanco whero tlio
rights nnil liberties of 11 man hno been
Interfered with. Hero Is n man, will
lug to work ami becaimo Ms rowingcr
refuses to discharge blni, anil lio re
fuses to dlscontlnuo work thoso men
tnko It upon themselves to administer
punishment becnuso they, themselves,
ilo not wltli to work, ami I think that
It wll bo readily admitted thn offence
calls for teero and Hummary putilsh
nicnt." When tho cases of Don, Annml, Ko
morl, Fukul and Yanuira, tlio the ar
raigned on tho assault cluirgo, were
called, they pleaded guilty to tlio
charge. Much to tho surprlso ot tlinso
present' no attorney appeared for them
In tlmo to head oft their pleas. Later
Joseph LUOitfoot rushed hurriedly In
to court and asked' for a contlnunncc.
In tho casos of Yamtitnoto, Illgashl,
Ko)iantdil, Klmura, Siigamtito, Ozakl,
Imtira, Ota and Nnknl, charged with
reslstln b and obstructing tho police
In tho execution ot their duty. Tho men
pleaded not guilty, and their cases
wero sot for Saturday.
IS DEAL MADE
AND NOT PUBLIC?
Soma Think Hale Site Sale Settled
I Some of tho suspicious ones with
memories ot tho quiet way In which
tho Mahtikn site, was .'not ox
(huiKcd have formed tho opinion
that the Tcirltorlol officers hao
pinitlcally completed a deal by
which tlm Honolulu Halo lot Is to
pass Into tho possession of Ilrcwer
The Newest Styles in
EN who are jjst a little fastidious about their
"$- ?nd monir our new assortments of
"Cluctt" an! "Wilson Bros." shirts, patterns
that ftrt nt ntirr- nHmfi'tr AH,L.ni.i. j
the best of -taste. e -"""" Bua
The time to' make a selection is now while the assort,
ments are large, became it is not expected that such a fine
stock will have to wait long for buyers.
New line of golf shirts,
The Kash Co
Fort & Hotel Streets.
Judge Andrado mndo brief comment
lu passing sentence on tho flvo rioters.
"Dill, who appears to liavo been tho
chief assailant, I shall sontenco to
tlio maximum penalty of six months.
Tho others shnll sero flvo months
Illrosuo. IIm prosecuting witness,
testified as to how ho had been as
saulted, and wlillo lint Inflicting seri
ous Injury, had struck and punched
liliri, and done all in their power to
provent him from working. ,
Tlio flvo sentenced began .serving
their terms this afternoon.
THE service at the
Palm is as
perfect as the meals.
Hotel, nr. Union
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Young Hotel
Promptness and good service
& Co. for a new ofTtro building.
(leorgo II. Cnrtor was asked this
morning whether Ilrcwer 4c Co. had
nmdo nny such deal. Ho responded
that It was tho first ho had heard
of It. He didn't know that llrewer
it Co. weie to'moie, as they have
flvo or six j ears nioro under tho
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IN JAIL FOR
To the Jury
Tho riot trial la pail.
Tho , prosecution called witnesses
in rebuttal nil morning and rested
Its enso after ho morning recess, the
defense waiving sur-rcbuttul. The
Jury was dismissed for tho tlmo and
court and counsel commenced to
work over tho instructions, Prosser
took KInnej'fl placo during the argu
ment over the.. Instructions, which
continued during tho early part ot
the afternoon session.
Hull, Scovllle, Doyle, Prosser nnd
Wills wero recalled by the prosecu
tion In rebuttal, and cross-examination
by Llghtfoot could, not shake
their testimony the slightest.
Tho statement which tho samo
witnesses n their previous examina
tion attributed to the rioters:
"What right you to ask us ques
tions? You Bee what we do to you,
by and by," and others ot similar
portent made by Mlauchl and his
friends became the center ot tbo ex
amination. The statements made in the re
iterated testimony of tho officers
who were active during tho, riot are
the same as those made at the open
ing ot the trial in all respects, and
the short and decisive answers given
by them at the cross-examination
nmdo it clear that a very distinct
picture of the actual events Is still
in their minds.
The testimony is In clear contrast
to that told by tho Japanese defend
ants and Is not confused.
Makino was wandering about tho
court, room all morning and sitting
with tho alleged rioters on their
bench. He looked anxious and wor
ried. The case will, go to the Jury this
(Continued on Page f)
TO STRENGTHEN .
Somo action on the part ot tho mer
chants to Strengthen tho Nnllnmil
Gunril will bo suggested iit tho meet
Ing of tho Merchants' Association to
bo held In tho near future.
Failure of tho last Lcglslatuio to
furnish tho necessary funds to brine
tho Guard up to its full strength was
n groat disappointment to tho authori
ties mill It Ik knnwn Itint tlm n..li..nt
authorities have not felt that' 'Hawaii
was doing ts sbnro or assuming all its
It may bo that tho merchants wl". bo
requested to sccuro tho funds that
are required to bring tho Ouard to its
full Btrojgth. Geo. W. Sntltli will
ninko n report'on tho matter.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Tlnllrtin Editorial Room Phone 183.
THE NECESSITY OP HAVING
YOUR WILL DRAWN UY
IS NO LESS IMPORTANT
THAN THE SELECTION OF A
TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED AD
MINISTRATOR. THE HAWAIIAN
TRUST COMPANY, LTD., SUCCESS
FULLY COMWNI2S TIII'SR TWO
.. IK. -,
Attorney Klriner commenced h
address to tho jury at 2 o'clock this
afternoon on behalf of tho prosecu
tion In the riot: trial. ,
In the argument oer the Instruc
tions Kinney arid his assistant coun
sel, Prosser and Ilallau, sprung n
surprise on Llghtfoot, the attorney
for the Japanese. In his requests
for instructions to the Jury lie
asked that they be Instructed to
consider tho proof of one of tho five
nets constituting riot ns grounds for
Llghtfoot objected strenuously,
fighting hard to have tho Jury In
structed to consider proof on every
Item of the Indictment nH tho only
ground upon which conviction could
bo found. He claimed that this was
tho ground upon which tho whole
trial had been conducted and that
nny other consideration would bo
unjust. ' A bitter light resulted and
Kinney won his point.
MORTARS ARE ALL
Captain Piatt ot the Ordnance De
partment made a thorough test ot
the mortars at Kurt Ruger yesterday
and this morijfne. . Pull charges
wire used toduyfand the conditions
were exactly the same as If condi
tions ot war existed.
Yesterday half and three-quarter
charges were used, and the angle ot
elevation was forty-five and sixty
degrees. Four of the eight big guns
were fired singly,, and the remaining
four were fired togethor; the shots
from the quartet struck the water
some miles out, and all lodged with
in a short dlttanco ot one another.
Governor Frear and Secretary
Mott-Smlth were present at, the test,
and they were surprised at the slight
resulting shock when the four mor
tars were fired together. The most
noticeable feature was the large
cloud ot dust that arose soon after
the firing of the guns, and that is
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LIEUTENANT OF '
N. G. HAWAII DEAD
It win bo hoard with regret that
Second Lieutenant Charles Illart of
the National Guard of Hawaii, ex
pired nt an early hour this morning. I
Ho had only, been II Ifor a tew days,
nnd, although reported to bo very
low last evening, his sudden death
was not anticipated.
Lieutenant Illart was of Samoan
descent and was a particularly,
bright young man who took th
greatest Interest In the affairs nt
his regiment. Ills untimely end is!
much deplored by hls comrades In
the N. O. II., with whom he was a
Sergeant Harry has the manage
ment ot the funeral, which, ot
course, will be a military one, in his
hands. The last sad rites will be
carried out on Sunday next at 3
o'clock, and no doubt the Impressive
Bight will attract a large concourse.
Illart Joined Company II In Octo
ber, 1902 and was transtcricd to
Company II In March, 190C; was ap
pointed First Sergeant In 1007, and
Second Lieutenant In 1909. He was
25 years of ago at the tlmo ot his
denth, and up till Ills decease wan
a surveyor by profession.
The Hawaiian 'Hand will march
to tho funeral, which will be a full
military one, and an escort of
mounted men will also attend.
CROMER, England, July 15. A
British submarine was sunk today in
collision with a freight steamer.
Thirteen men were drowned.
25.000 ON STRIKE.
PITTSBURG, Pa, July. 15. Over
twenty-five thousand men are out
on strike in this section, 1
SAN DIEQ0, Cat., July 15. John
D. Spreckels has purchased the Cuy
tunaca railroad in Mexico u
WAIMAN ALO MEN
TEHERAN, Persia, July 15. The
surrender of the Cossacks sent to
support the government forces it
imminent. The Russian officers are
imperiled and the rebels have been
WHITE PtAINS, N, T., July 15.1
The hearing to determine the san.
ity of Harry Thaw was enlivened to
day by the appearance of his former
wife, Evelyn Thaw. She testified
that Thaw had threatened to kill
Harry Hanakahl, employed In. the
postofflce, has been arrested by tho
Federal authorities, charged with
the theft ot postage stamps. He has
admitted taking the stamps, and ex
plains his action liy saying he was
short In his money order accounts.
He was caught by a trap set for him
by the officials' after they had be
come suspicious that the )oung man
was taking stamps.
Hanakahl tampered with the
drawers at tho stamp window attef
closing hours, and stamps were miss
ed from time to time. Finally a man
was set to wutchlng him. At 3
o'clock this morning he wus found
near tho stamp window, and unseen
was allowed to get away with S27
wuith of stamps. As ho emorged nerv
ously from tho building, nn officer
took him In charge. '
While he was captured on tlio last
offense, It lu understood Investigation
may dexelop other charges, The pri
oner will be arraigned In the United
niiLLeriN (trta v
We pack and ship the BEST, male
inq you a price DELIVERED any
where on Pacific Coast.
HIL0NIAN, JULY 13. next boat.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King. Phone 15
"Dr. Atcherloy, I am ordered to
servo ou wMh this warrant sworn to
by tho Sheriff that jou aro Insane."
This was tho mossago uttered by Dep
uty Sheriff Charles Roso at 12:20 tbU
afternoon. About ono mlnntu piovloui
to this tlmo tho Doctor was discharged
from the Police Station. Tlio moment
ho set foot on tho slduwalk ho iu n
Last night Atcherloy was taken to
tho Polloe Station from Uio Advertis
er office for safe keeping. No warrant
for his arrest hail been sworn to and
he could not bo held longer. He had
accordingly to bo discharged and re
arrested. Tho Doctor was non-plussed on tho
service of tho warrant. "What Mie
devil Is this?" ho asked.
"I am simply carrying out my in
structions, comn Insldo please," said
Deputy Sheriff Roso.
"What, you arrest mo again! What
did you discharge mo for? Why all
this farce?" said tho Doctor and then
complied with tho Deputy's request.
His wjfe, -ho had ovldently learned
that ho would be discharged about
noon today, was watting at tho post
offlco and on his rearrest crossed over
and entered tho Pollco Station. Her
comment on entorlng was. "They ar
rested you Illegally last night and they
hate arrested you again toil ay."
"Oh, no, madam," said Doputy
Charles Roso, "Wo did not arrest your
husband Illegally last night, we simply
took him for safe keeping, ho being
of unsound mind."
'Read that thing," she aald. "and
see what' It says." Bho thereupon
opened a voluminous satchel and hand
ed tho Doctor a palr of spectacles,
which ho did not use. He proceeded
to read through, tho warrant, which
concluded with the words "being cf
unsound mind nnd dangerous to ho
"Yes," said tho Doctor, "in vhnt
way dangerous. It doesn't say."
"What you, want to go to that oil
Adertlse'r officer for?" said Mrs. Atch
erloy "It's no good nnyway."
MANY TEACHERS !
"Among others who aro now lsltlug
tho Islands," says Secretary Wood In
his promotion letter this week." aro a
largo number of school touchers from
the Cputrnl nnd Kastorn Stales, some
of whom have stated that their Inter
est In Hawaii was roused by tho spec
ial olrcular to teachers sent out by tbo
Committee early In January to senile
ten thousand selected addresses. All
(of those we hae been ablo to Inter
view express tliemshos as being de
lighted with the trip nnd surprised at
our suinmor weaUier, which affords
such n pleasing contract to the July
ila-a they liavo previously experienced.
All with the' new perforated vamps
and toes. Gun Metal Calf. Tan Rus
sia and' Pat. Colt. Either in Bal or
Oxford. PRICE $3.50.
SMART STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN.
1051 Fort St.
f His newly-restored propcily hating
innv ihtii uiKt'ii inwiy iniiu mm iikuiii.
ho was cicnrteil to Ills npirtuieiit up
fctaliM. Tlio Doctor will" now bo oxmilncil
before tlio Lunacy ConiuilHslimn'rn.
Tills commission wns iro.iUct by tlio
last u-KiKintuiP, me weakness or tiiu jA
old law for dealing with tho alleged A
Insane hating been brought In iiL!'rm
notice by tho nntlcB of ARherloy hint- ti
Attorney Magnon Ulted Dr. Atch
crley this forenoon. Tlio doctor will
appear before tho Commission tonior- i
Mary Al'cherly, wife of the Dr1.'
Atchcrly today arrested for Insanity,
has filed n paper In tho Hureau of
Convcjnnces giving Attorney J, A.
Mns:oon thn solo rlnht tn linniltn
lands which sho holds pending final 4
judication ny ino supremo court or
tho United States. Tho lands, thb
rentals of which have been placed
under Mr. Mngoon's charge, were ob
tained from' Moses Kepapaken Klnl-
Trlvnto Henry Williams of Com
pany A, First Regiment, mado the
possible score nt the 800 yards range
on Sunday InBt. Ho stored eleeit
consccutho bull's ejes at that dis
tance, nnd that Is a record that can
not be beaten.
Owing to the 100 yards butts;
Williams mode 47 mtt of n possible.
CO, and followed this up by making
4S out of CO at tho COO nrds range.
He also did almost 113 well nt tho
skirmish run, managing to total up
43 out ot CO.
At the 200 yards slo wflro Wil
liams made 43, nnd lu the rapid fin
at the samo distance, 40. Prlvutt
Williams' record nt tho various dis
tances ts nrcmarknble one mid 'one.'
that will take n lot of beating.
The thirty or forty teachers who aro
now hero lay that they uro but tho ad
vance agents of a large future summer 1
tinel to Hawaii. "Spend jour long'
vacation-!!! Haw all." will bo their ad
vice to tbt Ir friends and ni-ipi iltUanccs
upon their leturn homo.
"Tho continued largo arrivals by ey'
cry steamer Is most encouraging. Our
hotels and boarding houses liavo never ,
before been so well filled during tho "1
months of Juno and July. Tho lnrgojl
number of strangers In tho city Is nlsiij
shown by tho unprecedented tnncl to J
tho Volcano which continues to be tlio.
center of attraction."
LEADS CHINA'S ABMY.
PEK1N, July IB. An edict was
nublished today udder which the
Emperor is appointed commander in.i(
chief of the army and navy, bnt del-1'
egates his military powers to Prince,3
SHOE CO., LTK
Tel, 282. a
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