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11 PAGES. HONOLULU TERJUTOM. OF afaWAII, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1000. 14 PAGES.
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Our Sugar Stocks On
Los Angeles 'Change
' The Hawaiian- Trust Company received a letter In the '
. last mall from, Joseph Hall, Secretary ot the Los Angeles, Stock
Kxchange, 'unking for nil tho Information the ' local company
can give on Hawaiian Sugar stocks. He' particularly requcHts .
a copy of tho recent pamphlet. Issued by the Hnwallan Trust
Company giving a statement' of the condition of tho corpora-
lions whose. Blocks ore listed on the Honolulu Stock and Uond
Mr.. Hull states that, a numcr of sugar ccmpanles are ex- '
peeling to list their stocks on the Ios Angeles Exchange', arid
as .secretary ofthc organisation ho wishes to gain all the facts "
v possible regarding, the ''corporations,
This move to plnce Hawaii's "stocks In,. Ixs Angeles Is re-
garded as certain evidence' of tho'ftrpadening field for the Is-
' land securities. Just what, stock will be listed on that ex-
Minlige Is not stated In Mr. ) J .ill's letter. It Is presumed
that the movement Is being handled by San Francisco brokers
and will Include nil those listed on (lie San Francisco Ex-
KINNEY IS NOW
" Says He's Sorry '
. "He's rtere
' I.lnliLfoot is still spcnklng before
the riot Jury nnd will continue all
.ufternnon, having, commenced his
address yesterday. He has 'taken
the only stand on the question that,
nfter Kinney's condemning wall
built up around tho defendants,
could possibly Influence the Jury for
acquittal. It will go to tho Jury
He Is 'skipping tho nrguments by
which Kinney made such a damag
ing case,, and In his reference to
Kinney's nddress Is criticizing nnd
rofutlng only Kinney's personal,
opinions which tho latter' mado on
Llghtroot Is appealing to the
emotions of tho Jury nnd doing it
ii lily, seeing clearly that thcro Is tho
only loophole- for his clients. Ho
takes up one by ono the oratorical
effects of his opponent, nnd disre
garding the sustained testimony
n lion which Klnnoy built his strong
est periods of "talk," hu Is sarcastic
ally tearing them to pieces.
During the cnurso of his address;
ho called Klnnoy' tho model of tho
"Hear In mind," ho said to tno
Jury, "that Kinney Is tho best law
yer this sida of the Hockey Moun
Were Right In The
WITH BA'THING SUITS have
the new one-piece suits with
. skirts attached, in beautiful colors, as
vvcfl'as the stand-by blues, blacks and
Get one this summer.
.' Do you motor or golf? Then v
v you'll like our handsome coat sweaters.
.'.-Wc have them in thetf latest shades
the, sleeveless kind that are so popular ""
The Kash Co., Ltd.
tains. I'm sorry he's here." '
Particularly he dwelt on Kin
ney's' reputation ns a. cross-examiner,
and after, with humorous asides
and oratorical display, ho had
gained the attention ot the Jurymen,
he veered suddenly, sfnd with a
master's, hand painted the ordeal
through which be "claimed Kinney's
crOHn-exanilnaUo nhad caused the
"Ignorant plantation laborers" to
go. ' To ode that' has followed the
trial, while this was evidently ef
fective on the Jury In the heat of
the moment. It rests on slight foun
dation and' the defendants at all
limes testified without tho slightest'
confusion, as they might have done
wore they relying on their memory
of tho events.
Still eeplnkg up his background
of Kinney's mastery of legal mat
ters, he suddenly exclaimed, "Un
liko Brother Kinney, I am not God
Almighty." He referred Immedi
ately afterwards to the suppositions
that Kinney had advanced and said
It wasn't fair to nsk tho Jury to
Ho also commended the Inter
preter, S. K. Mnruyama, In the
warmest terms nnd complimented
the court upon having secured his
He next called tho strike a won
derfully peaceful one, and painted
his clients ns abused,, unfortunately
Ignorant men, who had not the
slightest hostllo thought. Mlauchl
iwns an nngel, and Is yet, and the
others are subordinate angels.
. Ho called the attention of the
Jury to tho contradiction' between
Scovlllo' and Will' testimony, nnd
that of Woods nnd Henry. The lat
ter claimed to have seen sticks and
stones thrown, while the former
both deny It emphatically. The
rase will conlinuo this afternoon.
Fort and Hotel Sti.
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HIS OWN DEFENSE
Alleged Insane He With
His Wife Conducts
RECALLS PUNCHBOWL AFFAIR
WIERE SPIRITS WALKER
Protecution Puts On Iti Cue
Atcherley Will Defend
Himself on Hon-
The unique Instanco of an alleged
lunatic arguing his own case was en
acted In the Police Court this morning
beforo Judge Andrade when Dr. Atch
ortey, charged with being of unsound
mind, came up for examination and
conducted his own defense with tho
very able assistance of his immune.
County Attorney Cathcart conductor!
the prosecution and called In Drs. Km
erson, McColl, Sinclair and Collins,, to
Before the first Witness could be
called, Dr. Atcherley objected strenu.
ouily to Judge Andrade sitting! In
Judgment on the grounds that he had
examined htm on a previous occasion
and was therefor .prejudiced and dis
qualified from slttlngagaln.
This. objection being overruled CUB-
icer wciison was canea to tne stand and
j . .. .. - ..
testified to a Visit or tho doctor to the
.police station to report strange ac
tions around his house and 'also re
questing thnt an officer' might bo sent
up to guard the house. Ho said tbat
he' took no notice of tho' complaint bc
causo ot tho actions' ot tho doctor no
concluded thnt ho only Imagined this.
Dr. Emerson was then colled and
testified that hchad mado an examin
ation of Dr.. Atcherley on July 15th.
That ho found him suffering from de
lusions, nnd was .of opinion that he
was suffering from the" form of Insanity
known as, Paranoial, accentuated by a
long continued use of drugs.
Dr. Atcherley sought strenuously to
shake tho totlmony of tho' witness as
to the net or suffering from delusions.
His statement made last Wednesday
night was produced but this Atcherley
objected to on tho grounds that It was
a newspaper man's. account and not his
own statement, but Dr. Emerson
showed thnt In his examination he hnd
quostloirvd defendant on the matter
and the latter portion marked by Atch'
orly himself that he was prepared to
swear to, was true. The Doctor then
asked "What Is an 'oxcesslvo ubo of
drugs'?" and witness stated that any
thing over half a grain of cocaine was
an excessive doso. ' .
This was tho main cvldcTlCe of the
witness and corroborated by Drs. Mac
kail, Sinclair and Collins.'
In his cross-examination of Dr. Mac.
kail and subsequent medical witnesses
Atcherly Introduced the Punchbowl
mystery nnd made n strong point of
thnt fact that while tho noises which
ho heard around his house were sworn
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YOUR WILL DR-AWN BY
IS NO LESS IMPORTANT
THAN THE SELECTION OP A
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MINISTRATOR. THE HAWAIIAN
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FULLY COMHINES THESE TWO
Immediately titer Lightfoot in
iihed his address to the jury, a. few
minutes before- 3 o'clock Kinney
rote and Mid!
"I have heard from an authority
that I cannot', disregard that Bobert
Boyd, employed by Mr. Lightfoot, it
a cousin of one of the jurors in tkk
Ifwas at jnuch as an accusation
of tampering; with the jury.
Lightfoot replied that Bobert
Boyd was. not connected with the
case in any way. but did not dear
directly that he wat his employer.
Kinney said nothing, but unmeiiate
lv conuaenced his final addret to the
jury, The matter might .have an
important bearing on the trial. The
case will probaliviq to thejary at
o'ciocnv- '( 4 t
SAN FBANCISCO, July 17. The
Union State and tha Rtt flurinn
& Commercial Banks vsjre closed to
day pending an investigation of
their condition by the State Bank
the itatdi of their affairs. William
von Meyerincki former paying teller
of the Union State Bank, hivinr
committed suicide today.
LONDON. July 17. One hun
dred and fifty thipt of the British
Navy are assembled todav in the
Thames, ' .
BIOT AMONO STRIKERS.
BUTIES; Pa July 17. There
was a riot tnriav imnm ti .MVara
of the Standard Steel Company.
Several of the men were injured.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness offlcs. Theia are the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
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 cood service
;j Telephone 301.
' ' ' V 'afc'- 4l4 f ft
Rapid Progress Made In
Preliminary Work At
IKENE SAILS flRAT
Califeraiaa Will la 'Completed in
Two Weeht larftt Dredge
Work has progressed so favorably
and rapidly at "Pearl Harbor that
the Hawaiian Dredging Company It
ahead ot Its contract'. On July 1
the company had removed ten per
cent of the total contract. The esti
mate stipulated. In the bid and con
tract called for 6 percent by July.l.
so they are1 i per cent to thejgood.
Waiter Dillingham Is greatly pleat
ed with the progress made, and says
everything will be in readiness for
the dredge on Its arrival.
Preliminary to tbe arrival ot the
big dredge the range stakes and tide
. line plica are being put In place..
and everything Trill tMrrmtf, " as
soon -aa she arrives. '
' Sailing from San Pranclsco to
morrow, tbe dredge wll( arrive with
in twelve or fourteen 'days, barring
any accidents,) according t& a cable
gram received yesterday by. the'
Hawaiian 'Dredging 'Company. i
The dredge Is 160 feat long, 36
foot beam, has 400 horse-power com
pound engines, Scotch bolltrs of 165'
lonnds capacity, oil burners, tank
capacity 600 barrels, bunkers built
to hold i SO yards' capacity.
The dredging plant consists ot
compound engines directly connect
ed to 20-Inch' centrifugal pump, 24
Inch dlschage; two drag suction
pipes are designed to work 36 feet
below low tide. The vessel will be
equipped with electric search' lights.
tWhen the weather . permits,' the
dredge will' have a capacity of be
tween' two' and three thousand cubic
yards per day ot twenty-four hours.
It will steam back and forth over
the bar. filling hoppers as she
steams along at, the rate ot four or
Jllve miles per hour, sucking mate-,
rial up Into the bunkers, which are
opened when, the dredge Is out at
sea, dumps It and comes back for
The dredge California, which is
being built here under the dliectlon
ot Mr. Hughes, will be ready for
launching within two weeks from
today. She Is one ot the largest
dredges on tne Pacific Coast, The
height of 'her frame Is 65 feet, the
hull 05 by 120 feel, of the Clam
shell type, sides 12 feet. She has
an Interchangeable boom 140 feet
long, with swinging radius ot 300
feet. She also has a short boom for
operating In rough water.
ajagr BULLETIN ADM PA.Y "
No better time in the whole year
to ship them than right now,
1 Island Fruit Co..
72 8. King. Phone 15
Established 1179 .
Out 1909 Fruit Sales
More Than Million
According to the fluent rrport of H. R. Stacknltlo, Collector of
tbo Port, ending Juno 30, 1909, fruit oxportatlous from the IxlnndK
were ll.GOO.OOO, a gain of $700,000 over last year, which were $7ii7,
180. The total exports for the year nwoqnteil ItS.tiOO.nno. Imt
year the exports .were $11,593,708. A gain In total exports of seven
millions. Last year Hawaii exported $IS,r.0n In wool, litis year.
I7C.000, a gain of over $25,000.
tt $i k k m n n n n n n u a 8 tt n rm
WAIUXQTOH. Julv 17. Sec-
retary of War J)ickinton hat issued"
oraen $ am eaaraaeat uat in tne'
parentae of army tappliee Jor. theiB day's sales sinco the opening of 8 ;.1
department no orders tkall be given! a the Haw'aii Exhibit. , 8 1
Hagayaehi, tbe Japanese charged
with assaulting, Martlnelll. and Kwoug
Sing, two strike breakers at Wafpahu,
w sentenced to tir. months fc-' oach
off enso one year In all. He pleido.1
guilty and was undefended.
ho was drunk atlho tlmu.
ATHENS,. Greece, July 17. Fur
ther shocks of earthquake were felt
here today, and the number of kill-
ed and injured hat increased.
lava it flowing- through a fissure
in the earth.
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IN A $3.00 SHOE.
A genuine Russia Calf Blucher
Ox., made on that smile last which
is so comfortable, and at the same
time has that stylish swing so much
liked by particular dressers.
1031 Fort St.
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Our Pines :
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lit Hawaiian plucupptps arc lirov-'J! 1
it Ing Immcnicly toiiilnr ut the St
u Pig Beat lie Kxpoaltlon. Krcrc- 8
$ lary Wood has been omclally noil- 8 . a
tl fled thnt on July E, between llirco 8
' anl (our thousand iicoplo wero 8.
seried,wlll Island pine's, and the 8
proceens were $3&., mo largest u
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SAN FRANCISCO TO
. HELP ENTERTAIN
8 San Franclrco, July 10. Auto-,8
8 mobile rides, n trip In, Mnro is; 8
8 land and a banquet nro In store 8
8 for the members of llio Homo 8
8 Committee on Ways nnd MeauS 8
8 and naval affairs when I lie Con if
,8 Kreauncn pass throimh 8uu I'ran- jt
h cmco on mclr journey to lliu 11a- 8
8 wallan Islands, Tim Clmnibcr of. 8
8 Commerce, Mcrchauts' Aio)n;Jt
8, tlon und Merchants' Exchange;!
8 will bo thu hosUof tbo party. Tlio.tt
8 delegation, numljvrlng with the 8
8 ladles of I Iin party S3 persons. 8
i win nrnvo ncio Auguti i-: ami K
8 ?all for tho Islands August :48
8 Accomn-odatloiiK have, boon ai)t
8 cured nl the St. Francis. The', it
8 parly will spend ti week In thajK
8 HawalliMi lslnuiU as tho giiimU ot.V
tl til,, ftmmlii'ii cimm,!,..-!.. .i-tr.i.7. t-
tt tnllntia . "
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8 Tho following wlroless was re- 8
8 cilvtM from the Illlonlan July 8
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8 "Nine p. m. 615 miles out. 8
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