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L::-ii-:A:tl7J 2:30 EDITION
VOL. XI. NO. 4368.
Those And The Articles Taken From
The Safe Of The Mppu Jljl Are
Entered In Evidence After Fight
Between Opposing Counsel
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it. SUMMARY OF TODAY'3 TRIAL ii
ii Ktuiiny seem eg udmtttniico C ii
ii books i,in papers seized In ofllro ii
t: or N'ippu Jljl iy nigh sheiiir n
it Henry. it
ii Ncgoro's pnpcrH are nlhO admit- ii
it ted nrtcr hot fight by Llghtroot it
it iimlcr tlio snmo objection aB be- ii
it fore, obtained Illegally, ii
ii Attempt by Llghtfoot to show it
ti thnt Shcba was the friend social- ii
tt ly of the planters nnd associated ii
ii wllli Hum, defeated by Klnnoy. ii
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Tlio conspiracy trial la developing
Into us dramatic hearing ns him yet
fallen to the lot of tlio local court to
hear. Kinney nnd Il.illou for the pros.
I'cutlon nnd Llghtfoot for the deft nno
are bringing every 'legal technicality
nnd ovory hedge nnd trench that the
law allows to Institute and to bar the
testimony of the witnesses.
Thu trials nro being held from S:30
a. m, until 12:30 with no afternoon ses
sion In order to allow the clerk to gel
through the great amount of work that
falls to his lot. Editor Shebn or the
Shlnpo was ngiiln on tlio stand today
nnd his cross-examination by Light.
POLITICS RUN FOR
FACTION NOT PARTY
Delegate Kuhlo did not leave for the
Coast on tho Korea, hut tho polllie.il
tongues nro still wagging.
Information from talkative circles Is
tlut Delegate Kuhlo by no imaus up
pioes uf the way things nro going In
the Capitol building for (lie genet al
wilfnro or the Itepulillran party, he
Ik not tlio only one. In fact lhoa talk.
Iiii; the most merely mnke the stale
nil nt olid say Cupid agrees with tlioni.
One of the changes that has ctured
a lot of ll-'rocllng Is tho elimination of
Oivrgo SnilthlcB from tlio Trenmiun's
olllco nnd the general Capitol Btan It
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 blue$, blacks and
Get one this summer.
Do you motor or golf? .Then
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.
foot was not yet completed when court
Tlio greater part of tho session wai
taken up by the Introduction of copies
or the Jljl, articles being Introduced
fiani the Issues of June IS, 16, 21, 2t
nnd others, Tho articles read to the
Jury were full of tho most threatening
Innguago towards Shcbn nnd by tho
silent testimony of the papers thorn
sclvcsc tho Nlppu JIJI was Irrovocably
connected with the Illghor Wage Abso.
One of tho scheduled fights between
tho counsel came off, scoring n victory
for the prosecution nnd Beernl inoro
not on the calendar popped at odd nnd
The principal clash was over the ad
mittance or the articles seized by the
High Sheriff from tho safe or tho Nlp
pu JIJI without court proccedure nnd
those papers from Ncgoro's private ef
fects, taken under the same conditions.
The llrst article offered was tho nc
count book o( the, Nlppu JJIJI, and thtf
fight commenced artcr Kinney offered
to Introduco ltns evidence To all ap
pearances tho court had already con
sldered the matter, but allowed the at
torneys argument. Llghtfoot called up
old poitlons of tho law'ln his attempt
to defeat tho admission, pointing out
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Is claimed that thcro was an under
standing of influential members of tho
Kauai delegation that Smithies lu llu
general shake-up nnd cousollaallon
Miouhl not bu disturbed, tho Governor
consented lo It nnd then ufter tin, bill
was lusted suld he did nut lcmcxher
anything nbout It.
Smithies Ih consldeted one or tho
hctt icpreteutatUcs or the omii? pro
gressho Hawiillnns, If he could not
be retained In the Treasurer's oplco It
was felt 'that ho hhould bo recognized
ns elder clerk or the Secretary's oillce.
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10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII- THURSDAY,
EVIDENCE AGAINST CONSPIRATORS
FOR OTHER ISLANDS
"Won't Go Back" But
Are Seeking Work
Although thu Jupanese strikers and
! their sympathizers have been making
much noise, and criticising tho action
ot Consul General Uycno, when he
made n speech to them last Sunday, it
Is npparctit that his address carried
Since tho CuubiiI's nddiess last Sun
day, about two hundred Jupanere left
on tho Manna Ken for Hawaii, going us
2 they alleged to work for thu Hitinakiin
One of tho strikers said today that
when the Claudlno leaves tomorrow af
ternoon for Maul, another gang of
Japanese strikers, numbering nlmut
fifty, will go to Maul. He would not
stntu to what particular plantiillcns on
Maul theso men expect to find work.
Should tho strikers now rematn'lm;
In Honolulu decide to go to work,
which Is likely, it Is certain that they
will not return to Walpahu and Alea.
They prefer to go to tho other Islands,
ami some hnvo already secured employ,
ment from pineapple corporations on
FINE SYSTEM OF .
Supervisor Qulnn Is Very
Anxious To Complete
With the purpose or completing as
soon us possible n fine system ot
loads on Oalnt Island, the Hoard of
Suporvlsors tnrve decided to com-1
men co work on IlanKeu llcach as
soon ns the survey work is complet
ed and the contract can be award
ed, Suprvlsor Qulnn said this morii-i
Ing that when tho present Hoard
woro ready to quit office, ovcry road
on the Island would ho In fine shape.
"We have decided to take the $2,
000 per month appropriated tor the
Kattneha DIstilct nnd apply It to the
Haakeii bench, It will tnko about'
)4,000 to do the work there, and I
couslder Iho money put to better ad
vnntago there than elsewhere.'
County Engineer Gere 1b now
through surveying Knhann and Ka
haluii beaches, nnd will begin on
Haalieu at once. Wo intend build
ing tho road high out of tho water,
In a substantial and safe way. Tho
other two beaches wore tho most
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ness office. These are the talepl ino
number nf the Bulletin office
IN ALT. Till! OltKAT CONFLA
GRATIONS TI1K QUEEN INSUR
ANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
HAS CARRIED LARGE LINES AND
ALWAYS PAID' DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR.
success is due to .system,
BARCELONE, Spain. July 22.
A batallion of troops ordered to Me
lilla revolted today and the men
MADRID, Spain, July 22. Mem
ben of the families of the soldiers
ordered to Africa assaulted the po
lice today. Many were wounded.
KENOSHA, Wi., July 22. Three
men were' shot here today in a strike
riot at the local tanneries.
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WASHINGTON. July 22. The
advices received from South Ameri
ca today are favorable to a peace
ful settlement of the difficulties be
tween Bolivia, Argentine and Peru.
Bolivia will treat with Peru direct
to secure a modification of the boun
dary award that is the source of the
AUSTIN, Tex., July 2.. This
town was swept by a, hurricane to
day and damage amounting to one
hundred thousand dollars done;
HOSMER WILL SPEAK
tt Forester Ho.inler, who has been tt
tt named ns a delegate to tho Na- tt
It tlonal Irrigation Congress, will tt
tt speak before tho Meichants' A-u- tt
tt hoclatlon nt Us mooting this af- tt
tt ternoon. It Is probable that tho tt
tt Association will pass a rosulu- tt
tt Hon calling ror Federal assistance tt
tt In opening up to Irrigation prcu- tt
tt ent unfertile lands In tho Terrl tt
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MEAES AT THE PAIM
ARE SATISFYING BE-
CAUSE THET ARE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL SERVED. YOU CAN MAKE
NO MISTAKE IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE. HOTEL, NEAR UN
organization, credit and
JULY 22, 1909. 10 PAGES.
MIGHT HAVE BEEN
NEW CITY BLOCK
Territorial Shack Bars
Progress On Cornsr of
King and Bethel
According to Senator Fulrchlld, who
left on tho Korea Wednesday, the slow
movement of the Terrltoilal author
ities Is responsible for present condi
tions prevailing on tho corner of Bethel
and King streets. Instead of a new
block going up.
Thero is an Irregular piece of pub
lic land mi the corner, now decorated
by a bootblack stand and hack stand,
that has to be dUt-osed ot before any.
j one can contomplato tho construction
ui u muuern uuuaing in ine vicinity.
Inteiests for which Mr. Fairchltd acts,
own tho projierty adjoining and were
ery much disposed to put up a first
class building, If the Territory would
get tho Jagged corner out of the way.
Tho lease on tho property of which
r.ilichlhl Is agent expired a few days
ago. Then was tho opiiortunlty for
cnmitt nctlun, but the boot black stand
on public land stood lu the way. ,-
Tho upshot of tho whole business Is
that Kalrchlld renewed the leaeo of his
property to the present furniture store
occupant for another six years. Tho
public still owns tho bootblack and
hack stand s'lto on tho cornor, and the
Improvement 'of Bethel and King
streets-will be delayed far.tx-yuB.
Tho amount or land ownod )iy tho
Territory on this cornor Is not largo
enough to carry a building, but tt ih
large enough for n shack Hint has
adorned it for ninny years and In
creased tho unslghtllneBs of tho whole
seclloiu No ono will put up a flist
class building with such a plnco in
front nnd no one will buy the public
property for building puriHises. Mean
whllo Iho eyesoro remains, and all at
tention toward beautifying the city
appears to bo centered on Capitol
PARIS, July 22. M. Briand has
been asked to form the new French
DULUTH, July 22. Three lives
were lost in a cloudburst that pass
ed over the city today. The loss of
property will amount to more than
a million dollars.
THE BEST RESULTS
from fresh fruit ship
ment are secured by
placing 'your orders with
those who "Know how.'
Island Fruit Co.,
Expert Fruit Shippers.
Mutual Telephone Company Can B&
Cited In Court On Complaint
Agreement With the Territory Is
At the recent conference held be
tween Governor Krenr, Treasurer
Conkllng nnd the Mutual Telephone 01-1
rectors, nn agreement was reached by
which tho eonipany shall In tho f lit ui o
be subject to regulation by the Terrl i Public Works, or the person or bol
torlal Government, nnd at any .time Buccoedlng to hla powers or duties, or
they fall or re'w to observe tho Irv- with nny pnnlslon of this Charter or
ful rules nnd regulations ol the Stip-nf any llcenso or mithorlty permitting
erlntendent or Public Works, cir bo or authorizing tho Company to uso thn
made to nppo.tr In Court. Tho (!n.. public strcpts or other public proporty
eminent alto hti the power to fcirell nrgra.itl:ig RO'.heruiitho'lty, the Coir
tho telephone company's license under1 pauy may be compelled, by appropri
certain condition or violation. Tho ato piccectllngs Instituted by snld Sup
roilowing Is tho .greemcnt in ful'; I etlnteudent or said other person oi
Tho Company hhall nt nil Unit, pro bouy, with tho approval of tho (lovern
vlde and maintain In good order mid or, In his or Its iinmu or Iho name of
repair a telephone system of ronton- the Territory In u proper court or
ablo efllclcnry, with main line nml
telephones connecting the piinclpr.l
settlcd portions of the Island c' Oahu
It may erect, construct nnd nnliitnut
additional mnln lines and extension.
thereof and branch lines wIihiipvci hi
Its opinion the public convenience le
,.. --,i--.. ..- --7Vii. inil",wi!r.ir, ii ntjy (if them, of ton
wrUlngiliercto requestcdby n uu Comp'any"timiei iiMy suchllreiiso or tut
scrlbor or cibscrlbers for a telet,)hnnathorlty may bo declared forfclled by
or telephones at regular rates for n any appropriate court In any npprnprl
Iierlod or not less than ono yonr, at tho nto proceeding instituted for tho pnr
rate or one telephono for eveiy 4S0 poye, but the proUslonsof this cimrtcr
feet of tunRllivlliinl length of tho llnu'Bhnll not bo construed to prexent or
pinpoto,! lo bj erected, such 480 footjcxchlo the enforcement of any otlin
to be measiirt d from tho nearest main (Continued on Page 5)
HAWAII NOT A
Applications will probably be
made very soon by agricultural In
terests to the Hoard of Immigration
to tnko under consideration the Pcr
elous plan to import Russian Immi
grants to Hawaii for tho purpose ot
work In gon the phintultnos. Tho
matter has been proponed here ns a
means of settling tho labor disputes
'and counterbalancing the Asiatic
population with another clnss of la
borers. While tho matter was dis
cussed this morning at tho meeting,
no action could bo taken until tfie
applications are received.
Tho members wera In accord that
Hawaii should not be made a dump
ing ground tor undesirable Inunt
giants. They discussed n proposi
tion put to them to exert Inllueiico
with n view of getting Congress to
Buspcnd the contract labor laws and
Import from Ellis Island all detained
Immigrants hero for labor purpon
ea. Tho matter did not meet with
A lolto- rnm David tlroce nl Lon
don, under vhose Juilsdlctlou Spnulrh
STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE
IN A $5.00 SHOE.
A genuine Russia Calf Blucher
0x made on that smile last which
is so comfortable, and nt the same
time has that stylish swing so much
liked by particular dressers. .
No other newspaper published in
Honolulu presents to housekeepers
as large a list of. mercantile houses
as the Even i up Bulletin.
To the live, keen buyer that means
PRICE 5 CENIS.
line or cnble.
UKin any failure or refusal or tl..
Con:i.in lo objor, perform or com
ply with any lawful rule, regulation or
requirement of thu SuperlntenJent of
courts, to observe, perform or comply
with such rule, regulation, requlro-
nient or pinvlslon; or, it such failure
cr icfusal Is or so substantial or sorl
mir n character ns to seriously effort
till .general efficiency of the telephone
system herein provided for. thu right
and Portuguese wero first spnt tn ih '
Island undur Iho old Charter Part,
suggested a revlsal ot thu chnir ti
prevent ship masters bringing lmnit
priintH here from re-clnrt"rlii" lh"!r
eiitelM to others, nn I tailing peoplj,
out or tiie country, without tho im
mem oi iiqumaieil iiam.igea lor each "y.
nemin taken' Thlu wmii.i .iI'd.. ......1. 3
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to ntnwnwuyu eniight on nrrlwtl at ior,. ,
Another inonositloii eoiiKliiermi u-i,
dint flf DVtlllllnnllml l,f Ininl.l,. -V
their nrrltal at Honolulu tiller liavli'-jd
been once exnmlned by tho INiliite "MM
Health and Marlii Hospital aulhorl"
ties In their-oun country before gib- Vi
barking. In a eonimuntentloii leitit
rmm A. J, Campbell, ho says It will b
impossible to oblnte thu tecond ox-"
umlnntlon of InimlgiantU here.
but I hat It can lm mn.i,.
very lenient on account of thJ
pitnloiiH one. .M. A. Sllv.i lma in-.,n
delegated by the Hoard to take clinrtw
of thu bpaniEh, Porto Itlcnns nnd Pur-
iusuou uteiured public charges on
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NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Young Hotel
Promptness ami cood service
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
Fort nnd Hotel Sts.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
1051 Fort St.
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