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At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly iuued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
R'Walluc R. Furrlngton,
Pre Mniilli, miywlittt In I). 9 .71
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OP ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii,
TVaJ I Editorial Rooms, - 185(
1 ?!.) Business Office, - 256
Every gradual commandinff move.;
ment in the annals of the world is
the triumph of enthusiasm. Emer
Watch the big guns grow.
. . There nro lots of things levcry
'? man can do to help Honolulu. Thou
why wait for romcono else to do It?
(lood baseball and first class sport Is
what will draw all classes to the now
athletic park planned to pleats tln,
' i According to tho conclusions of
llic IVdcrnl officers, it Is n mighty
4 Rood thing that tho whlto popula-
tlmi cauuot read the Japancso pa-
' Is It porslblo for tho citizens of this
Territory to receive u plainer Insult
i than the organization In this city
.of a, government for tho control of
japancso imicpeiiiiciuiy or nil uisicts;
j Chamber ot Conlmerco building
fits In well with tho new city hall
I idea. There will bo enough In
' treated business In Honolulu to fill
. them all nnd leave a crowd standing
f around on the outside looking for
t Somo icoilo down town appear tc
, feel that they may wako up nay fines
J day mill discover that tho Coventor
'.has exchanged unytliing from the Cap-I
, itol giotmds to a picket fence fo it Is
public property in his Jurisdiction and
llls his Civic Center scheme.
Jninnc3o who assaulted one of
their own kind are allowed to go to
Jail without jlcfense. An attorney for
tho High Wage Association is piompt
ly on hand to defend Japancso arrest
Vd for resisting an officer of tho Ter-
iltory of Hawaii. Now let's see. How
would you flguro that out It you came
'p' Sevonty-slx-ycnr-old Kdward Pay
son Weston has done n great Btunt
in walking across the continent. Hut
j it doesn't beat tho seventeen child
ren of Molokal who swam three
' miles from a wrecked schooner to
the shore nnd safety. And have you
contributed anything for the relict
ot those plucky youngsters?
It Is full time for reputable men of
the Japanese tnmmur.'.ty to uproar
"""Win tho side of law nnd order. This
Jstlll-liunt business has been going
.'cii'Jii a style that has Berved only
to Increase, suspicion as to Its good
faith. An Individual In any walk of
life who supports law and order, op-
' 'poses lawlessness, and is afraid to
hay so In tho open, can t carry
much weight ot public confidence.
8K'ak nut and lino up, gentlemen.
, Plmw your colors. Mntters havo
been secretly minced all loo. many
Prosperity looms up everywhere,
v 'and particularly on tho mainland.
. Jtead tho following from tho Clows
i banking circular, which voices a
, . sentiment that Is general: "Outside
ot tho stock market, business condl
I j tlons show further Improvement.
, Gcncrnl trade is quite active, as Is
, demonstrated by the heavy Clearing
j House returns nnd continued liberal
J gains In railroad earnings. Our
, railroads are now doing exception-
j ally well, their largo earnings, bet
' . ler rates and nioro economical man-
jagement placing them In a much
, iwiro comfoi table financial position
than they havo been for several
years. In consequence railroad man-
Vngers are now putting Into effect
j many Improvements and extensions
I which had been previously deferred
jfor financial reasons. Heavy orders
J have been placed for rails, cars and
-- 'fctrueturnl material, the result being
I that the great Iron Industry of tho
'country Is now employed to about 90
! ipcr cent of Its cupaclty for fabrl-
'. Jcatcd products. The woolen Indus-
r try nnd tho leather Industry are also
'.exceptionally active. Our cotton
," gooilH market are well sold up ami
havo had their full sharo of the Into
kf Irecovory. The crop outlook is now
' iflm rnntrolllncr -factor In business
' 'operations. Tho .winter wheat crop
iJh now-turning out better than ex-
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Pet Yer u)'litre In Ctiutli.,. I. Bo
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JULY 15, 1909J
peeled ami llio nnnl yield may not
lo ns short as nt ono tlmo feared.
Tlio enrn crop Is nlso doing well, and
with present largo acreage, should
give its a yield of about 3,000,000,
000 bushels. Until recently the
cotton crop has been dolus well, but
lately the reports of damngo from
too much rain liavo been more nu
merous. Wc thus have favorablo ag
ricultural, Industrial and commer
TEXT FOR PUBLIC OFFICERS..
"To Increase' the efficiency of
every department nnd of ovcry
bureau through the Installation
of the merit system, ot a nioro
rigid scrutiny' of all purchas
ing departments nnd ot such
other sound and economic meth
ods as obtain in the world of
"To dovclop tho nctlvltlcs of
every department and henco of
every bureau, to that such ac
tivities may be responsible to
the needs ot n growing com
munity. "To develop the city upon
lines thnt are not only utilitar
ian, but humanitarian.
"To nwnken nnd dovclop ns far
as possible the sentiment, not
only of civic pride, but nlso of
Ip these four paragraphs tho
Mayor of the city ot Scranton, iPonn
sylvanla summed up the aims ot his
administration. They furnish good
texts for all public officials every
where, more especially those with
headquarters In Honolulu, tho grow
ing city ot tho Pacific.
THE BEST ADVERTISING.
All advertising is good, but somo
Is better with duo apologies to an
tiquity. The best advertising, says- tho New
York Kvcnlng Mnll, is like an ex
It gets up speed quickly, eats up
fuel and. ishard on tho rolling stock.
Its Importance gains' for It the right
of way at once, nnd woe betide n.ny
lesser obstacle which tries to block
the way! It Is expensive to run,
but has a definite thing to do within
a certnln time, nnd It does it.
This Is the kind of publicity
which results from being Interested
In ono's own product, n thorough be
lief, In- advertising, n knowledge, ot
tho consumer's possibilities and a
readiness to tako advantage ot every
practicable Idea presented.
Much advertising Is run like n su
burban local railroad train which Is
paralleled by another road. It stops
and starts are all regulated by what
the competing lino Is doing, not by
any direct study ot public needs.
ThlB Is tho variety of publicity
which results froln fenr of competi
tion solj'ly nnd not from any belief
In tho value of advertising per so
or from any knowlcdgo of Its effects
upon the advertiser's Individual buy
Still another advertising moves
like u freight train. Heavily loaded,
clumsily built as far as looks, go. It
travels slowly and Is continually
backing and filling and getting side
This. Is tho kind of spasmodic pub-
llclty wJUch results from belief ln
advertising combined with tho Idea
that tho advertiser must do It nil
himself. Now you seo his advertise
ment because tie thinks he has n
smart Idea and often ho has or
somo business' condition has forced
him Into the bright light. Now you
don't see it becnuso he Is busy about
something else and ennnot attend to
It. Of course he wonders why his
Juislncss does not grow steadily. Do
Thcro Is also tho trolley nnd tho
automobile for those who hnvo .time
or money, or both, to go ns they
please or can. There are a few fan
tastic ndvqrtlsers whose methods
might be llkoned to these ways ot
getting over the ground.
However, any mode of travel Is
bound t get Its cargo somewhere,
somo time, Just ns every kind of, ad
vertising Is sure to accomplish some
thing some time, but don't start an
idea by fixlght and expect oxpres3
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Fort Street ... .2 bedrooms.. $ 8.00
Printers Lane . .2 bedrooms. . 12.00
Xalakaua Ave . .2 bedrooms.. 15.00
Peterson Lane. ,2btdrooms. . 15.00
Lunalilo St. . ..2 bedrooms. . 10.00
Kaili Avenue. -.2 bedrooms i. 18.00
Rose Street . . . .3 bedrooms. . 18.00
Elm Street ....3 bedrooms.. 20.00
Union Street . . .3 bedrooms, . 20.00
Xaimuki 2 bedrooms. . 25.00
Spencer Street. .2 bedrooms.. 27.50
Lunalilo Street. .3 bedrooms.. 32.50
Waikiki 2 bedrooms;,. 35.00
Young-. Street. . ,4'bedrooms. . 40.00
Waikiki ....;.. 2 bedrooms.. 40.00
College Hills... 2. bedrooms.. 45.00
Kaimuki ...... .2
Xinau St. ..
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
(Continued from Vast 1)
afternoon about 2:30 o'clock nnd n
decision Is expected lato today.
Opinion nt tho court houso ns to
tho general outcome Is Indefinite
many thinking that there will bo n
hung Jury, and tho odds , If any, nro
that thu twclvo Japanese will bo
Manager Hull of tho' Wnlpa.hu
Plnntntlon was tho first witness on
the' stand, nnd his" direct examlnn-j
Hon In rebuttal by Klnnoy was
punctuated witn frequent objections;,
by i.ightfoot. no denied over imv -
lug nskcu tho Japancso to return to '
work nt $1S n month or any other
figure nftcr their arrest, as somo ot
tho defendants had testified, I
l.lghtfoot was unnblo to shake his I
testimony in cross-examination, audi
it was Kinney's turn to Intcrposo ob
jections. On ono occasion, nftcr
Kinney had objected to questions re
garding Morlta, l.lghtfoot hotly de
manded the right to cross-cxn'mlno
"Full cross-examination from your
viewpoint or tho court's" asked
"I suppose I will havo to ncccpt
the court's viewpoint," answered
Llghtfoot, nnd Kinney's objection
Scovllle was then called nnd reit
erated his previous testimony as to
the nctlons of tho crowd during tho
tlmo that ho and his prisoner. Jn-
taro Mlknwa, wero in tho Higher
Wnga Association's office,- He pic
tured tho crowd as dropping Into st
lenco occasionally while speakers ad
dressed them and bursting out again
when they were through.
"Did they makn a great deal ot
nolso?" nBked Llghtfoot.
Let us shove you a bargain in one
of the best resident sections . of
Honolulu. Size of lot 60x200; Mod
ern' cotage of parlor, dining room,
three bed rooms, kitchen, bath, etc.
A real bargain at $4,000.
$4,250.00 will buy a home in Mo-
ana Valley, almost new. Suitable)
for small family, Terms to suit purchaser,
or. ,. . t !.!., v:Mi'Kearns is omciaiiy engaged on nuu-
it. (W ..noplll .! In Mono,
v.ii. fn ci nnn av.i... tn i,
M1VJ w y,wwv ..UV.IIV1 A.. ,IW
Makiki District for $2,000.
Perhaps you would like to buy,
but have not found just what you de
sire. Let us find it for you.
Cor. Fort nnd Merchant Sts,
Have You Sent That
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bedrooms, .f 30.00
bedrooms. . 40.00'
drawn by men who are
familiar with the law.
Our legal .depart
ment will draft vour.
-hi r -i
.Will IFCC ,OI CnargC.
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you have not already
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maac a Will, OT II CH
lc a win, or it tne
one you have made is
not entirely satisfac
tory, why not take ad
vantage of this offer.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
"I.Bhould say they did," answered
Scovllle. . ((
The testimony of tho police olllccr
a In direct contrndlctlon to that of
tho Jupancsc, nnd'Ughtfoot was iiiv
ublo to shako him on n Blngle point.
Ills testimony Way did not vnry nt
a slnglo plnco from that which ho
gavo nt the opening ot tho trial,
Ho denied' thnt, Oulccr Wills had
attempted to leave tho building nt
tho back door, and stated that when
he had attempted to go out ot tho
front doo'r ho had been turned back.
Chester Doylo was tho next wit
ness to tnke the stand. His testi
mony was given sharply and directly
and again tho testimony of tho Jap
ancso was contradicted, Doylo acted
ns Interpreter during tho examina
tion mi tho 0th of Juno by Prossor
ot tho thirty or forty Japancso who
had been nrrrstcd by tho High Slier
Iff that morning. Ho Bald tho stato
incuts of tho Japanese had been tuk
en In shorthand by Mr. Kcarns.
Prosscr followed hint to tho stnnd
nnd corobqrnted him. Mr. Prosser is
assisting Mr. Kinney In tho prosecu
tion. When Llghtfoot asked him
whether or not he was being paid
for his work Prosscr said ho certain
ly hoped so, nnd when nsked who
was paying him replied that ho
thought it was the Planters' Asso
ciation. 1 Kinney nttompted to Introduce
the transcription of tho shorthand
notes taken nt tho examination on
tlfo 0th, hut Llghtfoot objected nnd
Kinney was uiiablo to do so, as Mr.
'nl nd unnblo to bo present nnd
After ,tho morning recess Officer
Wlils was recalled as a Witness In
rebuttal, nnd again the solid .mass
of ovlden'co of tho officers engaged
Safe of Laces
Monday, July 19,
8 A. M. .
VALENCIENNES LACES, PRINC
ESS LACES,1, CLUNEY MEDAL-'
LIONS, NET TOP LACES, BLACK
will be found in every depart
ment of the Alexander Young
You .may inspect the Kitchen,
the Bake Shop, or the Candy
Open from 0 a, m. to 11:30 p. m,
With old age
jlXxo. loss ot employ
ment, arc you going to
spend all you cam as
you go-along? '
Start a -savings ac
count with 'us. We
welcome small as well
as large deposits. 4
per cent, interest com
pounded twice- annu
Bank of Hawaii,
Surplus and Capital $1,000,000.
.actively In the Wnlpahu riot was
added to and corroborated.
At 11:1G tho prosecution rested
and Llghtfoot announced tlinf. thcro
would, bo no surircbuttal.
DAVID' KAHEA ; '
Marston Campbell, Superintend
ent of Public1 Works, this morning
appointed David K.. Knhcn keeper of
tho, new mausoleum that will soon
bo constructed for the purposo ot
huudlug .the bodies ot Borne or Ha
waii's dead Monnrchs.
. Mr. Kahcn Is the husband ot Mrs,
Maria Hccklcy Kahca, a Chlafcss ot
Itoyal Hawaiian family, who recent
ly died. Tho appointment Is, there
fore, very appropriate. Tho salary
attached to tho position is S50 per
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 14, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
A. Lewis Jr. and wf to Gcorgo II
Julius THcomb and wf to W 11 Hlco.n
Emma A. NuwnM to Samnuel Par
ker i ' M
L O KcllLgg to Tropic Krult Co Ltd
Margaret V Castle and hrb to Wil
liam It Castlo '. PA
Tropic: lt lilt Co Ltd ct nl to Maty
C Novln ct al l?.itn M
Mary 10 Clark and hsb to W H Coc-lz.H
Entered for Record July 15, 1309,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Joaquin Garcia to T llurlim ltd
Kcnwo K Amundsen and wf to T
Uurlcm i D
Hans Amundsen to T Dm lew .... IS
T Ilurlem to I'irst Natl Hank ot
Wnlluku ..,.. CM
Kcaloha Nacole to Julia, M Tavarcs.li
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.Self-Filling . '
Drinks, Ink like a, camel,
.Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards. i
H. F. Wichman & Co.
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I! TEETH 1
IMPOLITE WAR OF
Deposit Copies of Rival
Papers Where'Dwell v
"Last night It wis Soga's turn.
The day before It was Kltnura.
11 might bo Klmura again tomorrow.
Tho Japancse'cdllors nro running n
perpetual motion 'mnchlno ot accusa
tions and following tho arrest of Y,
Klmura, editor ot tho Japanese Daily
Chronicle, on n charge of printing oh-
jcciio matter I nthclr paper and, send
ing It through thO malls, Y. Sogu, ed
itor of tho Nlppu JIJI, was. tuken Into
custody lact night on tho same charge
When Klnuirn was arrested, It was
presumably nt tho Instigation of th!
authorities, and 'Soga, who was sup
poscdly calumlnatcd by Klmura, gen
croitBly declaimed any Interest Inthn
matter and snld ho would not clmrgu
Klmunvnpprcclatcd this very much
and when ho went on tho ca'rpct yes
terday before CommlssolneiDavls, ho
waived examination and la the sunic
breath called attention tor tho packet
of papers which lie prodnced.
They wero copies of 'the Nlppu JIJI
and Klmura modestly Insinuated that
incy migui contain ousccuo mailer.
Thereupon translations of tho art
lelcs In question were obtained while
Mr. Soga bowed gracefully and jo
iircu iront ino sti-ne. me nrncies
nnrn 111., ,'ft.il ttilm itmm In sitlnhiit-
nnd brlnntono, ami Soga wns request,
ed to read a warrant' to the effect that
ho was under aYrcst for sending oh;
scene matter thrnu-h tho mall. Kl
mura'retircd to lUs sanctum sanctoi
urn, deprecated the sad affair of the
arrest of Mr. ogi of the iNlppu JIJI
nnd doubtless' resumed work on a lit.
tier editorial on1 ethical questions.
Mr. 8oga wus arraigned this morn
Ing and lmlllcly listened to the
charges. Ills casn has gone over fur
examination 'until Wednesday, when
after It has been fully heard, ho will
doubtless draw a small, unostcntatloui
packet of papers from his pocket, lay
It on tho table, and withdraw to HIS
sanctum sanctorum and nwait events,
K ' '
TO GO ABROAD
Was, Assistant Supt. of
Central Union Sunday
Assistant Superintendent I.ylo
Dltley of tho Central Union Sunday
Sckool lias handed his resignation
to'Supcilntcndent Tracy, to tako ef
fect September 1. In resigning Mr.
lilckey .stStesns his reason, plans
fir nu cxlenslvu trip abroad In tho
"Mr. Dickey has sent mo his resig
nation," said Mr. Tracy this morn
ing, "which I hnvo been obliged to
accept with sincere regret. Mr.
Dickey intends to tnko nn extended
trip abroad. Ho hns been acting
Superintendent for tho last two
weeks and will continue In that ca
pacity for perhaps two weeks longer,
as t ,huvo been trying to get n llttlo
rest from the work, jtnd It Is my
chunco to, sccuro a vacation,"
, The Weekly Edition of-the Evening
Bulletin gives a' complete summary of
ihp tifiw of the-day.'
Save Money on Furniture
Headquarters for1 Fine Be.ddinor. Finest line of medium
and Rood bureaus, chiffoniers; tables, etc., ex Hiloniau,
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Millions of people all, over the
world are using Sozodont? because
of its genuine value as a .cleanser,
preserver and beautlfier of the.
teeth. Invaluable to those who
have good teeth and want to keep
them so. Absolutely pure.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
LUNA FOR ABUSE
t N i
Warns Official- Not To
Handle Men So,
"In dealing wltlMdantntlnu workers
nt thu depot, tho conditions uru hard
ly those of n drawng-toom mid on
tho evldenco produced I cannot hold
thnt n chnrgo of assault and battel)
has been proved. Had both men bcou
arrested of an affray, I should havo
convicted both, but under thc;lrcuni
stances I cannot but find thu defend
ant not guilty. At tho same tlmo I
must warn tho dcfemlnnt 11ml ho must
not rough hnndlo men In this, manner
becnuso liu liaiipens to bo clothed with
a llltlo authority for tho tlmo being."
Tho nDovo was tho decision arrived
nt by Judgo Andrado In tho. Pollen
Court thin luorolng In tho caso of Joint
A. Itaker, a head lima who has charge
of despatching strlko hieakers to tho
plantations, charged with assaulting
lllmoa, a Chluamnn, by beating and
choking him. An argument nrtttu at
thu dciHit Inst Saturday morning over
tho Chlhnman'x ticket nnd linker, los
ing liU temper, handled tho man some
what roughly, with tho result' that a
warrant was sworn out agalnst-him.
Four of tho head lunas "testified tnNlio
rough handling of tho complaining
wllncss and there was only llaker'n
testimony to rebut this. At tho sniuu
tlmo the Judgo was of oplnhm that,
thcro was tin amount of dubiety us to
llio aggressor and gavo u decision of
, Attorney Lindsay, conducted the dc
fcnfcc. Prince Von Bulow
Is Now Retired
Ileillu, July. Pilnca von Bulow ro
malned in oHlco only temporarily lu
nn endeavor to pnss tho reform flnnnco
bill. J'rlilco von Ilulow, who camo
f'rom tho Qorinun embassy at Homo
twelve, years ns without title to bo
foreign, iiccrelnry, will go' back to
Homo ntid llvo lu tho villa recently
purchusod by him thuro it u cost ot
Darbers Observe Sunday. l.os An
geles, July 2. Klvo hundred barbers
havo dccldoij to go before tho city
council today and urgo that body tu
pass u Sunday closing ordlnuncc.
Cor. Kinjr nnd AlRkca,
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