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For rmn Francisco:
VOL. XI. NO. 4367.
NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED TO
MAY CUT OFF
Resolution Appropriating Money For
Promotion Committee Now the
Cause of Agitation-Talk of Bring
ing the Matter Into Court To
Determine Where County Stands
Wlillo tlio noanl of Supervisors Inst
night passed n resolution giving to
the Promotion Committee S150O for tlio
next six montlin, pro rated at 1250 per
month, Bomo of tho members are now
doubtful as to whether tlio Committee
Id entitled to tlio money under tlio
law. In fact there In talK of dragging
the matter Into court to determine n
to whether the County should assume
Theto Is no question ns to tho Rood
work the Promotion Committee is .do
ing, nllhnugh It mny not bo properly
appreciated by one or two of tho city
da) s, 'but tho agitation seems to have
started aa tho result of complaint
lodged with the Board as to paying out
this much money for wriat Is practic
ally n private enterprise, that has mi
official connection with tho. county or
Territory, other than to boost tho In
terests of tho Islands.
, Deputy County Attorney Mllvcrton
when approached on tho subject, takes
no stock in such proceedings, and docs
not believe tlio resolution will oor bo
questioned for an Instant, on nccoimt
of tho beneficial work being done by
Wlillo the Promotion Committee has
other donations to full back on in cat-o
this amount Is cut off, )et It would
seriously cripple Secretary Wood's
worn, nnd limit tho plans that have
been mapped out for tho coming jear.
This $1600 for six months guarantees
him money to pay his ofilco expenses
and tho salaries of his clerks, besides
contributing to tho promotion work,
and hns been allowed by the Legisla
ture for years until the l.ifct session,
when the members Of that body de
clined to make an appropriation and
put It up bcpiaiciy to Hie Clly and
County to moWdu tho fundi for pio
What the ultimate outcome will be
Is hard to predict, as certain members
of tluj Hoard lnwo been known to
change, their minds ocr nlsht on a
lions ncls lassed. and they ro llablo
to hi lug tho matter to n:i Issue nty
As a matter of fact It Is entliely op.
tlonal with the Supervisors, as a mat
ter of public wil.'aro and In promote
the coiiinieiclal Interests of Haw-all,
Were Right In The
WITH BATHING SUITS have
the new one-piece suits with
skirts attached, in beautiful colors, as
well as the stand-by blues, blacks and
Get one this summer.
Do you motor or golf? 'I'hen
you'll like our handsome coat sweaters.
We have them in the latest shades
the sleeveless kind that are so popular
The Kash Co., Ltd.
3,80 EDITION Business
VI '.j I .
and tho law, according to best author
ity, hus llttlo to do wllh the subject
The Promotion Committee Is not In
corjioratedf nnd Is a prlvato enterprise
working in the Interests of public prog
ress, nnd that's where the matter be
jglns nnd ends.
.Totnro Mlkawa. thn lender indicted
In the I lot rase, was urrested on u
I numim luutiy, uiinrginj; mni wiin es
caplng from tho lawful custody of a
unco oracer, wnuo Miaucm ana Hi
chlno, Mb associates nnd defendants
In tho aamo trial, wero again arrested
on warrants charging them with tho
falso Imprisonment of Officers Scovlllo
and Wills In, tho omco nt Walpahu
J A. J. Campbell arrived In Lon- tt
H don today. A private cahlo was tt
tt received this morning nnnounc- tt
tt lngthat ho Is on tlio ground to tt
tt begin his work for securing tt
tt transportation of tho prospectlvo tt
tt Eurocan Immigrants. Ho must tt
tt nrrango for his charters before tt
tt proceeding to Portugal. tt
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FRANCE'S NEW MINISTRY.
PARIS, July 21. It ii believed
that M. Briand will form a new
Tho Japanese contractors nro woik
Ing on the Young Hotel baths, under
contract wllh Mr. Uonlne, tho moving
picture man. The work will soon bo
with an article on tho Higher Wage
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY.
MIKI SAITO iS
Former Gonsul General
Mlkl Snlto, former Japancso Consul
General In Hawaii, according to rum
or, Is expected to arrive from Japan
on the Nippon Maru on July 31. His
mission here, said Editor Tasaka of
the Nippu Jiji, today, Is to Investigate
ttiA at-llfn altnntlnn Tlnf vrhnn In.
qulry was made at the Consulate Gen- on board. A strenuous complaint was
cral this morning, K. Abe, the Klovo made by tho cabin passengers who In
Consul, ptntcd that as far as he knew, slstcd on gong ashore. Consul 0 en
no such Information was received by eral Wlldei1, who was to speak befoio
the Korea from the Department of For- the 'Chamber of Commerce Immediate-
The Information as to the coming of
Salto was first published In the Osaka
Shlnbun, which came by the Korea
jestcrday. Other Japancso newspapers
published In Toklo contradicted this
statement. They remarked that Salto
had been officially npjiolnted as chief
of tho Information Uurcau under the
Japanese Department of Foreign Af
Ddltor Klmura of the Japanese Dally
Chronicle, when asked about. the un
expected arrival of Salto from Japan,
said that ho had seen the Japanese
newspaper published In Japan, contra
dicting statements about Balto's com
ing to Hawaii. Ho believes that the
Japancso Government would not send
Salto or any other man hero to Inves
tigate -tho strike situation, as Consil
General Uyono is fully competent to
handlo the strike without additional
GALVESTON, Texas, July 21. A
storm is raging on the jralf, and all
the lower portion of the city, is
flooded. -. The bath' honsesf the fish
ing1 pier, and part of, the railroad
bridge are "wrecked. No lives are
reported lost The storm is similar
to that which nearly wiped out Gal
veston some years ago, but by no
means as severe.
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MELILLA. Morocco, July 21.
There is severe fighting1 here be
tween the Spanish and Moon. The
Spanish losses are heavy.
SPAIN DOES NOT APPROVE.
MADRID. July 21. Ponnlar
3 1 . - . r .
ncraoniiranoni took piaoe here to
day against the sending of addition
al troops to Melilla. The people are
not in sympathy with the Govern.
BOLIVIANS WOULD FIGHT.
LA PAZ. July 21. The Bolivi-
ans are petitioning for enrollment in
the army in event of war between
Bolivia and the' Argentine.
KILLED IN CLOUDBURST.
ASHLAND, Wis., July 21. Sev
eral lives were lost here todav in a
cloudburst that swept over the city,
doing halt a million dollars' worth
IN ALL THK GREAT CONFLA
GRATIONS THE QUEEN INSUR
ANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
HAS CARRIED LARGE LINES AND
ALWAYS PAID DOLLAR FOR DOL
LAR. Hawaiian Trust
Company, Ltd. J
success is due to system,
Not a passenger on tho steamship
Korea nan been allowed to land on ac
count of the Billet quarantine under.
which the vessel has been placed on
anivtiinl ,f thn III imin-nau.i .It. ......-... I
)y upon his arrival here, Is among the
Imprisoned passengers. Some uppenlvd
to (he Captain on tho Btrcngth of ur-
'gent bnslnoss, others hnd been sea-
sick and wonted shoro leave, while
many wero expected by relatives nnd
mends, but to no avail. The govern
ment officials are maintaining tho
strictest surveillance. Tho victim of
tho plaguo Is said to be an officer 6f
tho second cabin, wlillo other reports
state ho Is one or the Chinese crew,
Tho Koiea was permitted to coma
Into port ind dock at the Hackfcld
wharf. Tho Honolulu passengers wero
taken over to tho quarantine station,
while thei through passengers were
told to remain on board. This done,
the liner was fumigated thoroughly,
AlthOUZh till Honolulu nanannenra
will bo 'permitted tojravel on her to
tho malnland.ylUwas. repor.teiL.thlB
morning, that thSy would havo to bo
oxarolned by the 'quarantine officials
before boarding her. Dr. Hobdy, chief
ot mo quarantine, 'could not bo seen,
and nonce no authentic statements
could bo obtained.
Among tho Ilonoluluans to lcavo for
tho coast on her nro' Senator and Mrs.
George Falrchlld of Kauai and their
She will sail at C o'clock,' carrying
Action of Planters' Association to-
war dthe Japanese strikers Is criti
cised by K. Klyose, the Japanese
Journalist, who arrived from San
Francisco a few weeks ago. He be
llees that the treatment ot the Jap
anese laborers by the planters Is un
manly. He scores W..O. Smith, sec
retary of the Planters' Association,
for paying the laborers, .according to
tile members of tho household in
their families. In general, be be
lleves the strike wilt not terminate
shortly unless the Japanese laborers
are given higher wages.
He has completed his Investiga
tion. Arriving on the China a few
weeks ago, he began to Interview all
the local Japanese newspapers. Con
sul Genoral Uyeno, Mr. Tokleda of
tho Yokohama Specie Dank, Secre
tary W. O. Smith of tho Planters'
Association, Manager Ronton of Ewa
Plantation, Governor Frear and
(Continued on Page 5),
EALS AT THE PALM
ARE SATISFYING BE
CAUSE THEY ABE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL SERVED. YOU CAN MAKE
NO MISTAKEv IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE. HOTEL, NEAR UN
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Young Hotel
Promptness and good service
j . Telephone 301.
organization, credit and
JULY 21, 1909. 8 PAGES.
Advance Guard Of Labor
That Will Go To
Forty-five Filipinos arrived In
town by the Korea, these being
the first of a large number ot people
that will como to the Islands for
work on the sugar plantations.
The) party were sent promptly Into
quarantine, where they must.remaln
for seven days, consequently the
town had no view of the newcomers.
They are, however, reported by the
officers of the ship to be well-appear
ing men, although the officers nro
not experts on the subject ot planta
These Filipinos were enlisted by
Mr. Pinkham and Mr, Bteven, who
went to the Philippines some time
ago. They come from one ot the
southern Islands o fthe group. In
the vicinity of Cebu, and are of tho
agricultural class. It Is In the Is
lands from which they come that
tbo future sugar Industry ot tho
Philippines will be developed. Re
ports aro that as a class these peo
ple are good workers, law abiding
and generally desirable.
It Is believed that this shipment
will be followed by further arrivals
on steamers from the Orient. There
Is an over population In the Island
from which these men com'o"and un
der ordinary circumstances a large
number sliould.be available for field
work In the, main Industry ot Ha
waii, If they should bS'nctded.
At a meeting ot tho Bureau ot For
estry nnd Agrlculturo this afternoon
In thn office of Marston Campbclt In
the Capitol, It was decided to glvo
away 100 000 trees on the "2nd Friday
In November, which is to bo held as
Arbor Day. Tho trceB will bo given
to homesteaders and others who guar
antee 'their planting on tho vcrdal hol
iday. Statistics offered prove a great sav
ing In tho present system ot obtaining
seeds, Tho Bureau now collects Its
seeds from the experimental station
on Tantalus, and for a period of thrco
months this has cosfthem J1G5 ngdnt,
jbiz expeimeii in uuee montns wneu
they bought the seed. One partlcut.tr
kind of seed, when colloctcd from their
own plants, cost $1G a pound against
s-IK a pound wheu bought, uutrlght.
Messrs. Dowsott and Watcrhouso re
ported a blight on tho sweet potato.
The matter will -bo Investigated. A
resolution was passed to tear down the
rence at the cornor of .KeeamoKti,
Young and King streets, and throw
tho grounds Into a park for tho public.
I. A f lnv.l Wfiu fnilnv flnnnlntmt su
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n Deputy Collector In tho Internal Rev-1 that has ever been put up. The
enuo department. He itassed highest combined area is 147,818 square
In Iho Civil Servlco examinations late- feet; 10 ,,., ()f wllrh ,s aB ful.
'JJJJ. MHi m mmm lWBi Including many historic land
. . . ... , . 1 niarksas
Alligator Pool's ' ' j Lot on west corner of Mnunakca
No better time in the whole year .
to ship them than right now, I
Island Fruit Co., i
72 S. King.- . Phone 15"
COPIES OF JIJI
Kinney Building Up Strong Case 0ut
Of Editorials Printed In the.
Organ of Agitators - Lightfoot '
Uselessly Attacks Bulletin -Is
With few preliminaries, the lirogecn-.lii Its faornhlo aspens.
tlon In the case of the Territory Kinney, In redirect examination nt
ngalnst the Iho nllcged conspirators 'templed to proo the opposite and tho i
plunged at once Into the heart of the
whole case at this morning's trial. At
torney Kinney put two witnesses on
tho stand, J. Hnrbnttlu and
IMItor Shebd of the Hawaii HIilupJ
Hakuole. ns a reporter of the II 11 1-
letln, attended the first meeting of
the sttlkc agitators where thu Higher
wage Association ns formally organ
ized, and under direct and cross-cxatil-
Inatlon, gave tho complete hlstoiy of
that event. Tho testimony brought
out nothing extremely favoiablo to
either tho prosecution or defense.
Mr. HiiKuoles testimony, bolted
down to the chronological order of
ecutH as they occurred when tho As
sociation had Its Inception, was 11b fol
lows: Ncgoro us temporary chairman
called tho meeting to order and sub
sequently resigned the chair to Ma-
kino, who was elected permanent
chairman. Ncgoro offered the first
speech and was followed by Maklno, ments before Hakuole and Immediate
Tasakl, Sogo and others. Mnklno was ly followed him, IIo was still on Iho
men elected president or the Higher
Wage Association, Negoro socretury.
Lightfoot, in cross-examination, tried
to get the witness to state that In tho
speecn-niaKing. an earnest wish 10 up-
hold the American laws wns manifest-
ed, but aitnougn tno testimony failed
to Bhowjhojverse, It was not decided
Aggregating $33,477.45 In Honolulu
Will Be Put
On iNext Saturday- Interestintr,
On next Saturday the Public
Works Department will offer for sale
133,477. 4& worth or territorial lots
In thn fit!', nnn nf thn Inrcnitt llf.ts
STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE
IN A $5.00 SHOE.
A genuine Russia Calf Blucher
Ox., made on that smile last which
is so comfortable, and at the same
time has that stylish swine so much
liked by particular dressers.
I No other newspaper published in
I Honolulu precnts to housekeepers
as targe a list of mercantile houses
ns the Evening Bulletin.
I To the live, keen buyer that means
PRICE 5 CENTS.
light ultlmaitly narrowed down to tho
exnet meaning of Ketcrnl Japan
phrai.es. Among theso was liolio, in.
natte-nui mid ynmato tamashl. Air"
were u.ed'b); tho speakers nnd all, ow
ing tn tlio Vnrlctj of ways In uhlcl
they could be trnimlnted loin 1-rnrlut.
unaccompanied by auxiliaries, becnmi- ilk
faorable tn both the prim critlou anO 'n
oeiense "ixi natte inn. wlilcli :is
tlrt entered on thu record n literally
meaning "reganllesH f oonen.iieiiceis"
tii.il .in Mini ju-ti vwmi iiiu proHoruuou 41
wuiihii, mso nican -no matter .wiai ,
Happens,-' wlilcli was brought nut by
brought nut tij'a'
1. "Yiiuiotu taBj
t of old Japan,''n
lther wa aJlT'J
mutht" is "In the spirit 1
which could ho tnxen
option. Jlr. Ilnkuola's testimony Is tin- -til
foiinilntlon fur hut ilexerlptloiis of .el
the first meeting that might follow nnd
finm which tho prosecution com
niences Its cnie.
Bhebn wns m Hip stand n few ui
sianu arier the noon adjournment.
The burden of his testinionv relpt.
M to tho newspaper conferences bij
oio the Mi pu JIJI broke with Sheba.
nnd the tesllinonv also skipped lightly
'pr me period wiiun .MaXIno wast
working Into the counsels of tho ngjj
(Continued on Page 4)
Up For Public Jsnie!
and I'.iuahl streets; approximate
area, 2,025 square fectj' upset Vrlccj
$J,000. Smith stiect, botweeu Here-'
tnnla und I'nunh) streets; approxi
mate afca, C.I77 square feet; upsctl
price, f4.C32.iG. lleretanla street
between Mnunnkcn and River,
blreets; approximate, aica, 3,14V
square feet; upset price, 1043.20
(Continued on Pace 4)' '
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Fort and Hotel Sts.
1051 Fort St.
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