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VOL.vXI. NO. 4303.
TEHERAN. Persia. July 19. The
National Assembly, including the
Nationalists' leaders, hare pro
claimed the Crown Prince Ahmed
Nirza as Shall of Persia. Azud Ul
Mulk has been made regent.
C. B. Crane
WASHINGTON. July 1G. Cliarles
B. Crane, a leading manufacturer of
Chicago, has been appointed United
States Minister to China. 1
At n nicotine of the directum of tho
llnpld Transit Company, held last oven
Ins, It wns decided ti takeover tlio
DuKchnll Lcngiio ball grdiinds lit n
' cost of $20011. This Mini will enable
tho Leugiiu trustees nnd ball teums to
get out of debt. Tim llnpld Transit
liavn no Ideii of running tlio ball
ground an mi nmiiseiiieiit park, but will
put In a caretaker who will keep tho
Ei-otimlH up as In tho past.
tihould nnyono want to pull oft n
sports meeting or a bull gnmo the
grounds will bo routed nt 11 very rea
sonable rate to them.
Now Athletic iitiderwemv 11. V. I),
goods, now shlrU and plijamus. In IIrIiI
w'rlghl nnd prolty colors. A Ann lot
of now suitings nt Yeo Chun & Co.'h,
King nnd lletliel street.
An employment bureau In Now York
reports Hint In one year only sovrnty
llvo men who nre pnst 50 years of ago
we-in put to work out of a total of 193
The Newest Styles in
EN who are jast a little fastidious, about their
dress will find among our new assortments of
"Cluett" and "Wilson Bros." shirts, patterns
mat are aionce attractive, serviceable and in
the best of taste, 0
The time to make a selection is now while the assort
ments are large, because 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.
3:80 EDITION No Honolulu
Caught By Breckons
After Local Officers
WAS ONCE ARRESTED
BUT NO CHARGE MADE
Queer Case Unearthed by Internal
Revenue Department on Kauai
Clever Work by Fed
Notwithstanding tho locnl author
I ties clnlmed they could not locate
the keeper or an Illicit still on Kn
iinl, when his nrrcst wan recently re
quested by Walter Drake, United
States Internal Revenue Collector,
by 11 clover nnd strategic niancivcr
United Stales District Attorney
llrcckons nnd United States Marshal
Hendry captured Toyofukl, the
much-wanted man, nt Wall la wa this
morning ut 3 o'clock, utter driving
overland from Nnwlllwlll, a distance
of twenty-five miles.
Tlio cuse was worked up by C. M.
Thomas, Hevcmic Agent from Ban
I'runrlsu-o, nnd Division Deputy J.
W. Doyle," who have JusL returned
fiom Kutial with' the "evidence," 10
wlt: ten gallons of high-proof spir
its nnd n complete, still equipment!
In tho course ot their investigation,
the two officers found that Toyofukl
had been nrrestcd In April by tho lo
cal authorities, but no charge was
plnccd ngnlnst him of running nn
Illicit still. Tho Japanese was re
leased on $200 bail, nnd his trial
(Continued on Page 0)
In connection with tho recent riot
nt Wiilmnnalo, no further trouble Is
nntlclpnled and Sheriff Jarrctt has
withdrawn tho largo force of armed
men who wero stationed the're.
No better time in the whole year
to ship 'them than right now.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King. Phone 15
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEREITD2Y. OP .HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY
Negotiations Closed Yes
. ter day By Rapid Tran
sit for Construction
of Line Through To
Pearl Harbor Ballen
tyne Places Order for
All negotiations relating to build
ing tho extension of the ltnpld Trim-
nit linen to Pearl Harbor were clos
ed at yesterday's meeting of Hid
Hapld Tranult Company. Tup Army
and Navy officials havu emitt
ed the pcrmllH, the contruct between
the compuny nnd the Hoard of Pub
lic Works will soon lie signed, and
the speedy building at the new road
is assured. Manager Ilallcrityne,
who Is on the mainland, has been
authorized to let the contracts for
In regard to the new extension,
'President L. Tcnncy Peck of the
llnpld Transit Company said In, an
Interview this morning:
"I havo received advices from
Washington to tho effect that the
Army nnd Navy Department granted
tho permits requested by tho Pearl
Harbor Traction Company, which U
tho extension ot the llnpld Transit
HneB to tho now naval station. The
Fort Shatter permit was referred to
tho Army and- Navy department by
the local board, with recommenda
tions, and a hearing was granted.
To the President ot the Rapid Tran
sit lines ccrtnln mutual concessions
wero made, so that tho speedy build-
king of tho road Is now assured.
"Tho contract of the "company
with the Superintendent of Public
Works will probably be executed
shortly, which Is the last formality
prior to actual construction.
"Arrangements have' been made
for the necessary construction ma
terial, pending the conclusion of ne
gotiations for military permits, etc.,
nnd orders' for this will bo placed by
tho manager, Mr. llallentyne, who Is
nov,.on the mainland."
Thus another mile Btone has been
teached in tho commercial progress
of the city. The extension ot the
Hnpltl Transit lines to Pearl Harbor
means a great deal not, only to the
merchants and citizens ot Honolulu,
hut .to the military authorities and
to the officers and men who aro sta
tioned at various Infantry, naval and
artillery posts, all tho way from
Penil Harbqr to Diamond Head. The
new extension will give them a con
tinuous line of travel to every storo
ami point In the city, affording
TUB NKCESSITV OP HAVINO
YOUR WILL DHAWN 11V
""" IS NO LESS IMPORTANT
THAN THE SELECTION OK A
i TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED AD
MINISTRATOR. THE HAWAIIAN
TRUST COMPANY, LTD.. SUCCESS
FULLY COMIUNES THESE TWO
housewife 4need worry over bargains missed if she
ready means of Inter-communication
ami rapin connections irom ono
point to'another. It will bo a very
important benefit ami convenience
BIG WATER PROBLEM
AT PEARL HARBOR
rjtiCted VolUmeof Watreed8
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Expensive Pumps-Many Con-
tracts To Be let In Honolulu For
An unlookod $)v ftriluro Ih.the.
building of the' naval dock at Peart
Harbor Is giving the San Francisco
Urldge Compuny, who have the con
tract with the government, serlour'
concern. A larger amount ot water
will havo to bo pumped than was ut
first thought necessary, and to do
this expensive machinery will be rt'-l
quired, which will make tho con-.
tract far less protnnble for the com-
pany. Tho work will probably be
gin within a taonth, and while all
the expert .labor will be sent from
the mainland, work for at least a
hundred men hero wilt be furnished
during the construction ot the dock.
"The unusually large amount ot
water that we will have to pump out
In constructing the nnval Alock at
Pearl Harbor Is going'to prove a
much more expensive proposition
Lepers Provided For In
Many WajS Under
President 1C. A. Mott-Smlth or the
Hoard of Health has been much in
conference lately with Attorney
Generni Hemenway over the new
laws relating to tho examination and
care, of lepers. Vitally different
changes will be made In the present
system of conducting matters con
nected with this large and Import
ant branch ot the Hoard's work.
Korty thousand dollars will be ex
pended In building a new hospital
nt Knllhl for the care ot lepers for
the first six months after their ex
amination, and also. It their .case, Is
THE service at the
Palm is as
perfect as the meals.
Hotel, ur. Union
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Young; Hotel
Promptness and eood service
i Telephone '361.
S U liLETIN
16, 1009. 10 PAGES.
to .officers and men stationed at Dia-
niond Head, at Fort Shatter, rare,
Do Hussy, ljearl Harbor nnd at Puu-
than thought when. th. contract,
was signed," said President S. O.
ui.,,1 i- a uv...i ti.i..
Company this morning. Mr. Illndes
said that a number ot expensive cen-
trlfugal pumps will have to be In
stalled In order to dispense wlthjtho
water so that construction work can
While Mr. Illndes could not give
a definite date as to when the con
structlon would begin, he thought It
would bo within a few wtcks. Ho .Wills and the other witnesses for thu
is now making a thorough prelim!- prosecution, and laid Irrevocably buru
nary examination ot the site, and, tho fabric of falsehood that tho Jap
upon his' return to the mainland he aneso bad offered and overdone.
will at once preparo orders for ma- In at least flvo cases ho picked out
terlal to bo shipped. He says that flat contradictions In tho testimony of
most of the construction material tho JapancBo that under ordinary clr
will bo transported by regular cumstances w ould render entirely
freight carriers, but that a large worthless tho balance, wherein the de
amount ot smalt materlul will be .fendants sustained themselves.
purchased In Honolulu.
hopeful, they may bo treated thore lat
er; providing there Is any possibility' ot
Improvement. Obstreperous or un
ruly ones will forfeit this right and
be sent at once to Kaluapapa,
A new method of examination will
also bo placed In forco providing for
iwo methods of examination, nrbl-
tratlon and agreement. In the for-
mor. one physician will be appoint-
ed by the patient, one by the alleged
leper and the other by the two al-
ready appointed. The latter method
Is for amlcablo patients who leave
their case to the Judgment of the
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The Federal authorities will work
cu-u,,0rm,u w,m uie lemionui
..uu.u. mm mui-iuory 10 ue ouiu
.or u.eir use uy me 'territory is ai-
2LX.ZlY.Jf. S"h. ' J0"n
Ouderklrk having thb contract
Lepers havo now the right for a
re-examination after' a year has ex
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"!l'.n.iin2r.:.b!!!f J!l "i.' ?!
ttltAll Tll Aa( Iniuii n , ,1 n
sanio time firm and fully protecting
both the public and the patient.
While muklng twenty-one miles nn
hour S44 miles east of New York tho
North dernian Lloyd liner Kaiser w
helm der Grouse lost a blade of her
Eighty superintendents ot tele
graph of leading railroads mot In De
troit In annual convention. l)ls
imtdilnc trains by telephone was
B0LL1STER DRUG CO.
reads Bulletin Ads.
Flaw After Flaw Picked
In Testimony Of
HST01Y OF RIOT AND
TRIAL IS GOME OVER
Condemning Argument Will Be Pol
lowed by Address of Light
foot Trial Is Almost
Kinney continued his address before
tho Jury trying tho riot trial all morn
ing and Is oxjiected to be followed by
Llghtfoot this afternoon. It is not
likely that the Jury will bo locked up
for deliberation until tomorrow.
The trial was held this morning In
tlm court-room of Judgo Whitney,
Judge Robinson still presiding. Tho
change was resultant from 11 request
of Light foot to havo the window which
backed th0 jury m the proper court-
room darkened as a bright glare comes
through that Is damaging to thu eyes.
Tho chnngo Is for thu balance of this
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weui. careiiuiy, 1001 uy 1001 over uie
800 'of""'0" iT.
"PWnlnK l.o law on each point ml-
uutcij, fiia uuutCPB watt iiiiuiii'l J um
able and he, to all appearances, built
up 11 solid wall of dumnlng argument
around tho ten alleged Japanese riot
era. Ho puralcllcd tho testimony of thu
Japanese with that ot Scovlllo, Dull,
In ono case, tho most flagrant, ho
told, and read from tho testimony, how
Miauchl stated emphatically that Ta
klyama had not been In tho office ot
tho Higher Wage Association during
tho time when Scovlllo and Wills wero
practically prisoners there while hold-
tug jotaro MiKawa. Taxiyama gave
practical demonstrations on the Btnnd
how ho had sat closely to Scovlllo. pr-
snmably smoking peacefully but lu all
merits a guard on the pollco officer.
Kinney denoted Miauchl as thb born
leader among tho Japs and rent from
cni to elld tho sustained testimony
whereby Miauchl wus pictured as a
gnvng ange( protecting tUe officers.
He went over carefully tho pRycholog.
lcuI conmm ot (lle ,, wm) C(mitll.
tu(eil the mob ;, .,, worQ , ,
nelghboihood: showed how Miauchl
tvC0Kahllli ,at( Ul0 leader of the
'. " -".a be culle'd upon to
answer for the murder of the. officers,
should It come to that; how he paci
fied tho men and under cover of tho
Japanese language commanded by
voice and under cover of the darkness
(Continued on Pace 2.
STANDS FOR, EXCELLENCE
IN A $5.00 SHOE.
A genuine Russia Calf Blucher
Ox., made on that smile last which
is so comfortable, and nt the same
time has that stylish swing so much
liked by particular dressers.
1051 Fort St.
No other newspaper published in
Honolulu presents to housekeepers
as large a list of mercantile houses
as the Evening Bulletin.
To the live, keen buyer that means
PRICE S CENTS.
SEATTLE, July 1C It was.,
stated here today that the Pacific
fleet, in command of Admiral Sebree.
will sail for Honolulu on September
5. The shins arc bound for an au
tumn and winter cruise to the Orient
and the Philippines.
LONDON, July 10. 'Reports., re
ceived here today state that the dead
and injured from the earthquake in
Greece yesterday number three' hun-,:
dred souls. 1," '
M00BS ATTACK SPANIARDS. "Li-
MADRID. Jlllv 10. FAvhieen
hundred tribesmen are preparing to
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4MU.K UIO HimiUBII-DVBIllUII UK fXl
lila. The Moors' 'mrtin mi tintri
barded bv the Snnnianli n trvr Ann
atro in retaliation for the murder of
four Spanish workmen.
AFFRAY AT ASEA
Porto Rican Wounded
And'Now Lying In
As ii, result of the affray nt' t'ho
Alea plantation InU night lint i
Martinez Ilea In tho hospital today;
suffering from serious wounds cnu',
cd by a knife. The assailant Is stujr
ed to be Pedro Capa, who Is nt pres
ent lying in durance vile nnd will bn
brought up for trial no scon, as thn
wounds nre sufficiently healed, to
permit of his nppcarlng In court.ife' -
About 8:30 last night word otj.tho
affray was Kent In 'to hciiduutirtofs,
and Chief Leal Immediately Jumped
on his motor cycle and' proceeded ito
the plantation. The affair had by
that time terminated, but tho Chief
at once Instituted a search through
out tho camp with tho result thut
Capa was driven out. Ills escupe.
however, was cut off, outposts hav
ing been placed to prevent . any
means of egress, and Police Officer
Spencer caught him on tho 'run nnd
placed 111 m securely under arrost."
On Inquiry nt the hospital 'today
It Is learned thu Martinez Is making
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2SS.
Tlnlletln Editorial Room Phone 185.
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