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VOL. XI. NO. 4369.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY, OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY S3, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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HONOLULU BASEBALL LEAGUE STARTS
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BRECKONS' COMPLAINT A WAITS MAKINO Uncle 8am
United Stntcs District Attprney drug storo nt tho tlmo Uio fnmous
llnl.r flrnr-Vrma nnnnnneA.l tn.lnv ' Bellliro Was mado by High Sheriff
At tho tlmo of tho seizure. High of tho 'filthy ipibjccts In revealed.
I Henry and Chester Doylo:
mai rrcu iv. aiamiHi, uio Biriso . .. w. ,. ,....- nr thn 1Ini.,
lender nnd head of tho Higher Wogo gtntes Attorney to servo tho warrant
Association, will soon ho arrested by' at onco on Mliklno, butthe latter's
tho federal authorities on. a com- counsel, Joseph Itlghfoot, requested
plaint which he U preparing. Un-thnt the complaint be held In abcy
dcr tho Revised Statutes Maklno once until the conclusion ot tho
will bo charged with having' In his present conspiracy trial. Mr.
possession nnd ollerlng for snlo ob- Ureckong ls considering tho matter,
sceno literature. Mr. llrcckons has nnd may not serve the complaint for
the evhlenco In his possession, which a few dnys. It is said the chain of
wns taken from tho safe In Makino's evldenco Is very damaging.
Sheriff Henry said: "No man of
any decent motives would have such
literature In his possession as we
found Ih thls safe. They plainly
show what kind of a person the
owner Is morally."
Reside a number pf obsceno pho
tographs nro numberless post cards,
which upon first glance lime an In
nocent uppearance, being decorated
with dowers nnd small Japanese
scenes on the front. By holding
them up to tho light tho true nature
Under the lair no person Is allowed
to hnvo In lilH possession for salo
pjctures of this nature. The pen
alty on conviction Is not less than
six. months or more than five years!
in iiriBuu i in- inia in uxeu ni u
minimum of $100 nnd a maximum
of IG.000. It Is tho Intention ot
Mr. llreckons to push tho case vig
orously, and Maklno certainly, has
trouble In storo for him If found
guilty of the complaint that will bo
served on him.
UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE MAN IS HERE
With the arrival today ot A. .will fall In line with tho big cities. Tho underground conduit ,sjstem
Smith, a noted conduit expert from in the States, and do her tolophono I Is an Immense Improvement over the
the Eist, Honolulu Is assured ot a talking underground,
modern underground cable telephone u tremendous hmount
In most of the cities In tho States,
the underground telephone cable
This means! overhead, oblatlng breaks, damag- system Has established, tlrst by or-
ot mechanical es by the wind nnd storms, and diuances that were passed
Hjstcni. lie wns met nt the Alameda work, tho details of which arc harn eliminating, the danger ot shocks councils, requiring telephone corn
by F. O. Hummel, telephone engl-, to appreciate. Kvery wire Is han- from falling wires. Besides the clr- panics to put their wires under
neer, nnd Is today being conducted died separately, wrapped with insu- cult Is more perfectly established, as ground, as the result of accidents,
over the city on an Inspection tour I lation, and then n large number are tho atmospheric conditions do not and for the reason tlilit In enfo of
of the present sjstom. Mr. Smith's carefully bound together. After a Interfere with the conditions nnd Area thousands of wires would be
lslt to Hawaii means that within test has been mndo tho wrfes ara en- talking over the lines. It also solves come entangled, thus putting the
n few weeks the great network of 'ensod In cable form and1 placed un- a heretofore difficult, problem ot n service1 out ot business tor days
wires In tho streets overhead will derground. This necessitates the great mass ot wires that lncreaso George It. Caiter sajs it Is the In-
disappear as If by magic. tearing up ot a narrow trench in tho with new business and Anally, bo- tentlon ot the Mutual Telephone
Harmonizing with an ago of con- streets when the c.iblo is ready to como an almost Impossible propoBl- Company "to put In a thoroughly
ceutrntlon and brevity, Honolulu bu laid. tlon tn handle. up-to-date underground system. .,
CITY OF kEXICO. July 23. It U
reported. here that the authorities at
Washington contemplate the estab
lishment of an American protector
ate over the Republic of Honduras. .
In tho big Jlst of Territorial lots
which will ho sold Saturday, tho story
of which was published In ji-stenlnys
bulletin, thorn aru three pieces of
property nhlch tho City and fount)
feel almost, but not quite, kure belongs
to them. At least they hau bttn
sulfation with Snpctlntcmlent of Pnb
He Works Mnrston CamphUI, ho do
elded tho South suet t lot was mor
imiHirlmit Ur other purposes nnd muse
bu illpjs-il of. Ho somewhat fnnr-
thn building of a crematory .either'
I hern or rl Iwllel, but agreed not t-
converted to city use for so long that i1." nh ' ,nl lot ,"!-,
Mayor Kern wns constrained to call on .v 'if"lml ,,le ,m ";;ltlse.
Prnnn In i
(lovernor Krear tills morning ami reg
ister threo separate kicks against tho
salo of such to private pcisons.
BOYCOTT SYSTEM j
Japanese Strikers Re
fused Work On Other
I'indlng that Its 8 stem of boy
cottlng tho plantations has proved a
failure thus far, tho Higher Wago'
Afc&oclatlon -will probably Boon
abandon Its scheme ot sending strik
ers to other islands in search of
work. Word has Just been rccehed
f I om Maul, that tho Japanese who re
cently went there and mado u tour
ot tho plantations looking for Jobs
have been universally ignored by
the managers, who knew their gnmo
only too well.
A full account of tho Bchenio was
published in the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n nt tjiat
tlmo. Now thn funds ot tho Higher
Wngo Association aio getting low,
Jotnro Mikawa found himself facing
tho court again this afternoon, this
tlmo without tho nine companions that
kept him company In tho riot trial. Ho
i huh iiriuitiut-u iituuro juugo wu huh
un me uiiurKu ui uscupuiK irum mi urn
cer after being placed under arrest
for assault and battery.' Llghtfoot
showed that he tan.but ten jards bo
foro ho was recaptured but tho couit
set his bill at 100. Llghtfoot staled
Hint ho wmiM bo icsponslble fo- tho
money an I asked that tho i rlsoner be
released on his own recognizance. Ho
will probably plead tomoriow.
Dr. V. Mltnmurn, bcu ot Dr. T. Mlla
mm a of this city, rcturmd today fiom
tho Htntci. He :s a graduate nT-tho
Mlchlgnn University, whoio lie has
nnd tho leudcrs were obliged to re- J'00" ,8,t,ulj"m! '"' ,ho l"",t n? car-
soit to sotno plan to get In moro
lln will remnlli lior,i unrninnenllv nnir.
o get in moro (i. .,i0 ,,,toui,. .vin, i,i f,,i,.
nionoy. Tho II u 1 I e 1 1 n ' R story H may. however, open an oinco Indci
(Continued on Face, 3) 'peudcntly,
BIU LEAGUE BALL
Ulg league Hall Is now an assured
fact, and at n meeting of the league
today the schedule tor the coming
season was arranged. A stnrt will
be mado on August 7, and tho serlei
will run through till October 2.
Reserved season tickets will be
issued, nnd the cost Is set nt tho
moderato sum ot (4. Season tickets
for general admission will also be Is
sued, nnd the smnll price ot $2. DO 1st
set for them.
Charles Folk IsTresldent and Ed
die Ternnnde treasurer and secre
The schedule of games Is as follows"
Aug. 7 Diamond Head vb. Puliation.
Aug. 14 I'unuhou vs. St. Louis.
Aug. 21 Kamehameha s. St. Louis.
Aug 28 Puliation vs. Kamehuluclu.
Aug 29 St. Louis vs. Diamond
Sept. 4Kamelumchn vs. Diamond
Sept. fi l'nmilicit vs. St, Louli.
Sopt, II Kanuhnmehn . Punnhoii.
Sept. 12 St. I.iiils 8. Diamond
Sept. IS SI. Louis vs. Katnclmmcln.
Sept. 1C Punnhoii vs. Diamond
Oct. 2 Kamehameha a. Diamond
Were Right In The
WITH BATHING SUITShave
the new one-piece suits with
skirts attached, in beautiful colors, as o
well as the stand-by blues, blacks and T
Get one this summer.
Do you motor or golf? Then
you'll like our handsome coat sweaters.
We have them in the latest slfades
Uie sleeveless kind that arc so popular
The Kash Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
This morning beforo Jndgo Andrade,
Mocunti Hodrlghez, S. K. Paalua. Nor
man Frazcr. M. M. Other. Annual lie.
!gn and Hull Knlun-i were nil charged
with shooting crnps on tho sidewalk
at tho Mr. booh block. '
Tho Mutual Telephono Company
finds Itself tho defendant In a damago
suit of J2",00(J, brought against It b)
David .Lukeln. Tho plaintiff, who was
foimcrly a lineman emplojod by the
telephone company, asks the amount
for Injuries received while working at
Ho charges gross nnglect in tho
manner In which tho company puts in
poles nnd tho general manner of' con
ducting Its constructive business. Tho
pole upon wnlrli Lukela was stringing
wires fell with htm on It, bieikiug hla
leg. and Injuring him otlieiise, ami
he claims tho accident occurred
through the company falling to set tho
pole deep enough In tho ground.
a Victoria. D. C, July 10. Tho
U fteamei Aorangl. which left to- tt
It night tor Australia, Is taking n tt
H number of Portuguese laboicrs to tt
tt Hawaii to replace striking Jap- tt
It anese. tt
SAN FRANCISCO, July 21. Su
gar 88 degree' centrifngaii, 3.95
cents or S79.10 per ton. Previous
quotation,' 3.035 cents.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 22. Su
car 88 analysis beets, 10s 6d.
Parity, 4 21 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s 53-4d.
A. Fallon, who madea business trip
to thu coast, returned on the AUuncda
WASHINGTON, July 23. Charles
R. Crane was today confirmed by the
Senate as United States Minister to
China. Mr. Crane is ot tht Chicago
manufacturing firm of Crane & Co.,
and one of the fersMoat America
authorities on the affairs, of tho Far
East.) He1 supported Grover Cleve
land andalso'Tait. ,
King Peter 111
BELGRADE, Servia, July 23.
King Peter is seriously ill. Some
days ago lie fell from his horse in a
fainting-fit that was said to be of
no particular import. It now ap
pears that his health is seriously im
MADRID, July 23. General Ma
rina, commanding the Spanish forc
es in Morocco, states that fully forty
thousand men will be required to
subdue the tribesmen now arrayed
against the Spaniards at Melilla.
MELBOURNE, Australia, July 23.
Sir Frederick Holder, Speaker of
the House of Representatives of the
Federal government, was fatr
stricken with apoplexy while presid
ing over a night session.
1 on thu
llrt nt tho corner ol Mamuku.i ami
I'auahl strietH, where the old Chin l
engine houto stood, and wants tho cttyv
to Keep tlie property with a le' oK
The first is on South street next tn erecting some ilui on It n new eucliia
uiu rouri'i uisinci roan siauies, ncro house, isollilng was ilono Willi thli
I thu city hns been earning on tho work how eer
of mnklng concrcto pipe, and also uses .
tho lot for a storehouse. Another Is1 Mnniger llertrthe of thn Mo-ina nn
tho old steam laundry property at Iwl- Young hmels arrled on the Alamedtl
ici, wnicn is nu present tno omclal I tlils-niornliiE, Mr llerli-rho repoitf
rubblKbi dumping grotiud for the city. I meeting uiain pwiple from lluwn"
The Mayor argued that neither piece flmvliig a good time of It and ho iiIfu
of proierty should bo sold, as they took In Inn Alnska-Vukou eshlbltloi'
. wero needed by tho city. After con-1 ftere.
Andrews and Frear
Talk It Over
Halo mid hcarly. and tanned with "Tlir. t.ivi i.,.,iKiiiiiir mi iim -n.nm
,1... . .. . .... .'. . .. Z .". ."- "I-I-"
, uiu wm-u sun ui nuvaiim uirriii An- priations.ior tills omco to such an ox
urewH is uncn moro on Hawaiian soil, tent that wo ma) hao to use some
and gin I to lie balk among his obi .money our of tho contingent lund fur
friends. Ono of his first nets this the work of the department. It meaux
morning waH to call and pay bis u. dollars nnj cents. howeer, collvcllng '
Swcts tn Ooernor Freur. back rents nnd sewer ratrB, clearing
Mr. Andrews snys It is Ills intention up titles tn gowrument land, and re
to assiimo his duties as Deputy Altor- covering laud claimed u others. Then
ney Oeneral at onco. Ho was delajed Is a great deal of work to bo don
at Hi-mi longer than ho expected in under the new. laws Tho forcing ot
trying a murder case. Ho spent most p.i)inents of old commutations nnd
n'Mod'xy with Attorney Oenernl Hem- many other matters. Wo will nol,
eiiwiy calling on Territorial officials howeu-r. liao tn uso n great deal of
an I friends. money from thu contingent find "
Artor hlB conferenco with Mr An- Mr. Hiitlon Is to bo retained ns'm,
drows nnd Attorney Ocnoral Heiiicn- asmclate In the nmce, nnd his saliry
way, tho Oovernor said: will be paid out of this fund. ',
' ' " " "! 1-1- --. J
To Issue Bonds
for Water Worfe
LOSS AT GALVESTON.
IN ALL TUB CHEAT CONFLA
OIUTIONS TUB QUEEN INSUR
ANCE COMPANY OP AMERICA
HAS CARRIED LARdE LINES AND
ALWAYS PAID DOLLAR KOR DOLLAR.
EALS AT- THE PALM
ARE SATISFYING BE
CAUSE THEY ARE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL SERVED. YOU CAN MAKE
NO MISTAKE IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE.. HOTEL, NEAR UN
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Young Hotel
Promptness and good service
.'Telephone 36J. ,,
Governor IYcnr Is anxious that
Honolulu should hao the best wa
ter works sjstem of any city on the
GALVESTON Tex.. July 23. Pacific. To this end, ntdtd by tho
The hurricane has passed and the other Territorial officials, ho Isflg
cost is now counted in the loss of I itIhk nut tho best and most ceo-three-quartets
of a million in pron- nomlcni scheme to inaugurate in
erty damage, twenty-three people handling the plant, which has prac
killed, and fourteen missing. tlcally been loft to 'the Territory to
7 no wiin ns inoy see lit.
Tho Oovernor suld: "Plans for wat
er works nnd sewer works under the
new leglflatluu dealing all receipts
THE BEST RESULTS
from fresh "fruit ship-,
ments are secured by
placing 'your orders with
those who "Know how."
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
fiin those resources' (o
sewer Improvements and
and tho redemption of bonded indebt
edness formerly incut red for (lion'
services nro under consideration. We
aru figuring out tho nmouiit of bonds'
which represents water and soyor
works, so ns Jo Know how much money5
to la nsldo for Interest ami sinking'
fund out of water and sewer into co!t
"Tho lost of tho mono) can W"Iilcrt3
tiionunuca on rage 4)
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE
IN A $5.00 SHOE.
A genuine Russia Calf Elucher
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.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.,
1051 Fort St.
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