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VOL. XI. NO. 4370.
ST. PETERSBURG. July 24.
The Princess Alexandra Mestcher
sky, who is only fourteen years of
age, was decapitated today by a dis
charged housekeeper. The enraged
woman committed the fearful deed
with an bxcp completely severing the
child's head from its body.
PARIS, July 24. Brun Payrere
has been named for the new cabinet.
Says The Prince Has
Ignored His Request
Kinll Ilorndt this morning scored
Dclcgnto Kulilo for Ignoring tho re
quest made of him liy tho Merchants
ARJ-oclatlon to como beforo tlint
lioily nnd confer with thorn on tho
tin Iff bill nml other matters affect
lug tho Interests of Hawaii,
"I hnvo addressed n letter to tho
J'llwe, and I ilo not understand why
ho Ikib Iguuicd It. I linvo repeatedly
inailo ie(ii;sts that ho confer with
us over tho tariff mutter and uso
1:1k Inlluciica at Washington to help
the proposition along, hut ho has re
fused to talie any recognition of us.
It seems to mo If tho .Delegate hail
tho iiiturcetB of tho Tcriltory to
lieait he would glvo such matters as
this his careful attention,"
CO-Vft ,T IMI
W O if
ju J iuxxi m. a ,'taiBVk.- ax jiwjp.-
Hertche Tells of Alaska
Yukon Big Show
SELLINQ VERY FAST
Ernest Kaai's Musicians Are Making
Great Hit With Public Talks
of His Trav
"No, sir! Not on your life; I was
nway on n holiday, and I put all
business worries nsldo during tho
wholo time. " Thus replied Manager
Heitcho to a 11 ul let In reporter
this morning when nuked l( ho had
combined business with pleasuro
during his vacation.
"1 had a fine tlmo altogether,"
tho genial hotel man continued,
"and besides traveling all over tho
country, I visited tho Alaska-Yukon
exposition. It suro was good to run
ncross tho dozens of Honolulu peo
ple who aro at present in Seattle."
In response to an Inquiry about
tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n girls who are tak
ing In tho sights at tho exposition,
Mr. llertcho said that he did not
happen to run across the party;
further lnquory elicited the fact that
ho had been at tho exposition on
Juno 20, This probably accounts
for his missing the Bulletin
girls, as they could hardly have ar
rived In Seattle at that time.
"Will Cooper Is doing fine work,"
remarked Hertche, "and the girls
with him aro selling pineapples as
fast as they can put the slices on
tho plates. It is wonilorful tho
amount of money that Is taken in
at tho pineapple counter. Two
hundred dollars a day has been
leached, and tho average dally tak
ings will pan out very near that fig
ure. Hananns are given away free
and there is always a rush for tho
"Krnest Kaal and his musicians
draw enormous crowds, and tho Ha
waiian songs fairly knock the crowd
every time. Encores are called for
always, and tho audience can hnrdly
get all they want lu the musical
"Hawaii has mado a ten strike at
tho exposition, and our exhibit and
bcctlon Is easily tho most popular
part of the big show. It wus won
derful to see tho way ono would
(Continued on Page 5)
Men who are
their dress now
where they used
to have clothes
made to order..
there's more satis
faction in a Ben
The Kash Co.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY,
THE STRIKE AS IT HAS REACHED THE COURTS.
Tred Mnklno, Y. Snga, N. Ncgonv Kawamura and Tnsaka, on trial beforo Judge Do Holt on a
charge of conspiracy.
Jotnro, Mlkawa anil nlno others awaiting retrial before Judge Robinson on chnrgo of riot.
.lotaro Mlkawa arraigned today to plea'd on the charge of escaping from an officer while under
. arrest for assault and battery. ,
Fushlno and Mlauchl, co-defendants with Mlkawa In riot trial, awaiting trial before Judge De
Dolt for unlawfully Imprisoning Tsunoda, n Japanese contractor.
Fushlno and Mlauchl arrested today for unlawfully Imprisoning Officers Scovlllc and Wills at
Maklno arrested today for having In his possession obscene literature.
AVAILABLE lONEY FOR '
BAIL RUNNING LOW
THREE MORE ARRESTS IN JAPANESE CASE
. FROM RIOT TRIAi
Imprisoners of Officers
Scoville and Wills
Fushlno and Mlauchl, prominent
as leaders of tho ten Japanese await
ing a rc-trlal on a charge of riot,
were again arrested today for im
prisonjng Officers Scoville and Wills
at Walpahu on the eventful eve
ning of tho 8th of Juno. Tho
charge Is n direct outcome of the
Into unfortunnto riot trial.
Scrvlco was made on the two men
this morning, and they were at once
brought before Judge De Dolt. At
torney Llghtfoot appeared as their
legal representative, and tho Attor-
1 ney Gencrnl filched a few minutes
I from the Atcherley trial to como in
and assocbto Pros3er ns his associ
ate unlabel In tho prosecution.
I Prosser asked for $2C0 ball, to
I which I.lghtfoot objected as too
high. Previous to this the charge
was translated to tho men, and
when the mutter of ball camo up
and referenco was made to tho stat
utes as to tho punishment, etc., for
their offense. Judge Do Holt sudden
ly remcmbeied that Fushlno and Ml
auchl had been arraigned on the
same charge In another case, and
that they wcro to glvo ball at tho
completion of tho riot trial.
Again Llghtfoot pleaded for a low
bull, saying, "I bclleva at the pres
ent moment It will bo Impossible for
us to secuio oven ono of these bondu
I'fosscr stated that In his opin
ion the'moro offenses a man com
mitted tho more ball money ought
to bo asked for, Llghtfoot having
IN ALL TIIK aillSAT CONFLA
(HlATiONS THE QUEEN INSUIt
ANCE COMPANY OP AMEUICA
HAS CAItHIED LAROE LINES AND
ALWAYS PAID DOLLAR FOR DOL
LAR. Hawaiian Trust
Any advertised bargain proves the value of
ONO ANSWEKS '
K. Ono todayltleil Ills answer to tho
suit brought nflnlnst Mm together with
many others, by the Chili u fciugr Com
pany, seeking an Injunction. Ol.n dis
claims any connection lth any of tho
associations or 'papers tir arythlug
rise that n personal ncqualntnnio with
might render dangerous to himself. '.
Of tho Higher Wago Ascoclatlou ho
Is blissfully unconscious, but wax com
pelled to admit that ho owned stock
In the Nlppu JIJI, which, howocr, did
not cau8c,hlm to tuko any Intcicil In
that eminent periodical. His answer
was filed In accordance lth an order
of tho court commanding him to ap
pear or answer within n certnln tlmo
and he Is being represented by Attor
ney E. C. I'ctcrs.
Jolaro Mlkawa haunted the Judicial
building pll morning, dropping In at
tho Atcherley trial and Anally winding
up before Jiutgd lie Holt on his own
account. Ho wus to appoar this morn
lug and supply a bundsman lld ut !)
o'clock M.I8U Chlya appuared and of
fered security for the $100 ball re
quired. Later upon looKlng up the
Btatutes It was found that Chlya una
not ellglbl i as a bondsm.ui on u.'cuunt
of lack of personal pioperly, ami thoit
ly after Fushlno and Mlauchl were ar-
rqlsned, Ilert Llghtfoot, son of tho
Inwyor defending tho Japanese, wtiit
on tho bond as further security. .Ml
knwu would feel lonesome If ho was
not Implicated In all the miseries of
called tho court's attention to tho
fact that the prisoners before he
bar were already under ball on other
Hall was ultimately fixed at $201
for each on both the charges of Im
prisoning Tsunoda and tho officers,
making $400 required of both. They
will appear In court at 2 p. in. Mon
day, and If ball Is not forthcoming
at that tlmo they will be remanded
Into the custody of the police.
EAIS AT THE PALM
ARE SATISFYING BE
CAUSE THEY ARE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL SERVED. YOU CAN HAKE
NO MISTAKE IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE. HOTEL, NEAR UN
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Young- Hotel
Promptness and cood service
, Telephone 361,
JULY 24, 1009. 14 PAGES.
SAME- MAN BUT
. . . .
Fred K. M. Hlggcnbotham was ar
rested this morning on a charge of
having In his possession and for sale,
obsccno postal cards and photographs.
Under this title may will not recog
nize Fred Maklno, but It Is ho, never
theless. When United Stale's District Attor
ney lircckons mado out tho complaint
ho used tho namo by which tho lead
er of tho Jupancso is known In the
Maklno was around tho court house
tho greater part of the morning, watch
ing his compatriots flit and flitter from
court to court on various charges and
tho general round-up for tho week of
tho naughty ones among tho Japanese.
Ho himself complacently
around tho Marshnll's offico but dek-
MaKlr aLTestefliLARGE INCREASE
plto his anxiety to get urrcsted for nnol conditions had not tho )stao
tho 'sleeiilh tlmo and have It dono rate with Groat Britain been cut from
with, It was not until the Inst mommit!lvo ,0 two cents.
that he was again told by tho Majesty Mr- Pratt '" Wl'" Weaned with tho
of tho Law that ho wos wanted on ""owing of the office. Regarding tho
still another charge. lwork of "10 lmrt 'car ll0 Bal,l! "Wu
This tlmo ho will have to faco trial had some Increased exwnso of couo, ,
In tho Federal Court, to which ho will,""1 onl' "o additional clerk was mi-
piobably bo bound over us It Is most ' thorliod during tho last fiscal period.
likely that ho will wnlvo examination I Under tho Act of March 2, 1907. clerks
iieloro U. b. Commissioner Da Is. Ho
will ho released on his own recog
nizance, The Nllhiin. anlvlug from Hawaii
this moiniiig biought cattle from Wal
men. She Is discharging her other
enrgo at the railroad wharf,
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.
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Chillingworth And Chief
Nearly Come To Blows
PAST HISTORY BRO'T
UP IN POLICE COURT
Sheriff and Chief of Detec
As tho result of a heated alterca
tion In Police Court yesterday aft
ernoon. Chief or Detectives joc i-eai
was charged by Attorney Charle-
Chillingworth with having beaten
and bruised a young Chinese boy In
his offlco after arresting him as a
witness In the case of Kannbaku, n
Hawaiian, in custody on tho charge
of resisting a police officer. Strcnu-1
ous arguments 'followed, and tho
principals nearly camo to blows. I
The trouble occurred at tho after-1
noon session of the trial ) estcrday. '
Ho criticised severely the methods
of tho pollce'BndnttemptlMomllkt
out that Joo Leal had been the ng-
(Continued on1 Paw 4)
IN REVENOESiSAYS BiLL m
Postmaster Pratt Attri
butes New Business To
Over $12,000 represents tho rovenno
inn ease in tho Honolulu postoffico for
tho past fiscal year over tho business
for the same period In 190S, Lnst
year's business totalled $79,000 while,
enaing June w, iu. mo receipts wero
over $92,000. .Postmaster Pratt says
a largo percentage of this Incrense la
duo to the many military an.l naval offi-
cliilB coming In recently. The rovenuo
ol,M have been oen larger under
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granieu uu increaso ot iiuu a year.
Blnco tho passage of tho Act Incroas-
lug salaries of clerks from first to
sixth class and tho salailus raised,
fiom $G0O to $1200. thero has been n-
marked linprovenient. becauso prumo-
tlons aro riopeiident on efficiency, and
j there has boon a disposition of porsou.i
I to seek positions In tho postotllco nf t
higher order of clerical ability than)
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PORTLAND. Ore., July 24. Dr
R. A. M. Collins of this city was
shot dead today by his wife. Jcal-
ouw of her husband was the eaats
" "" . r. unu air.
CTolli"s, were ma"'ed last year Lu
WASHINGTON. July 24. Admi
ral Moore retired today, haviif
jreached-tho age limit. This raises:
Thomas S. Phelps to the rank of
Admiral. W. S. Benson to Captain.'
Frank Marble to Commander, and
I. M. Overstreet to lieutenant Com
mander, PASS NEXT MONDAY
M'Clellan Writes Breezy
Letter To Merchants'
In ft hitter Just leeched li inill
Hermit, of tho Merchants' Association,
frm ncr(,u ,, MiClell.iii nt WaHilu;
, tllu rltor E!iyB ,10 (llllks , t(11;t
iff m wm ., lnw otl Jn,v
-njiich would bo next Monday. This
....., lllu C1)r, ,,..., i, ......i wUU .
success unles u:iloo'i.,l for l.-.-hnr.
occur. A copy of the bill u n-liojvlM
,caci,w Mr. Ilorndt todoy and' i n
large, vilumlnous dowment. Its pisi,
K0 PVC1) 0 Hawaii n protuctUo tarllf
,,f s ,,r cv)lt cinncd plnos, ,'!il
t was tllt, original hrpo of the pernio
hero In got 1C per ttnt.
Mr. McClellan sa)s lie has UUi
Wlth many peiKous In tcgard t tho
Cor)rat!oii tax amendment, ami n co:i
B,i0rablo number express tho linpo
that tho Inherltunco tax will ho sub
stlt,uted for the roriiorutlon tax In ihr
conference. Ho l.olleves tho rnriioni
t011 t!lx ,vln umaln In tho bill,
, 0 ,
Oeorgo I.ycuigiu Ik In town anil I
getting tho glad hand all iiiniird. Hi
trip to Oieeco was a lnulonue.l on
and lu returned direct (n Win uu th
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