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VOL. XI. HO. 4371.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEEEITOEY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JULY 26. 1000. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CHERS NAMED FOR COMING SCHOOL YEAR
Today proved n crisis In (lie strike
fdtuatlnn. Three of the leaders who
nro nlso oinccrg of llio Higher 'Wngo
Assoclnllon nro at last behind prison
walls. Tho bottom of tho treasury
chest has been lenclied and It Is evi
dent that tho funds of tho Higher
Wngo Association for ball purposes Is
nt low ebb. Many of tho Jnpaneso are
dally going back to work, nnd n final
lneak Is expected nt any time. Ma
kino, thu leader, faces Tedernl charges,
nnd thcro Is general plllkla in tho
rnnks of lite associates and followers.
Falling to furnish tho ball bonds re
quired of them by tho Circuit Court
this morning, Jotnro Mlkawa, tho riot
lender nt Wnlpnhu, nn ofneor of tho
Higher Wago Association, Mlauchl,
trensuror of tho Walpahu branch of
tho nssoclntlon, nnd l'ushlno, ono of
Its officers, nnd Implicated In tho riot
caso, wcro committed to prison by
Judgo Do Holt, A bench warrant has
been Issued for Knwaknml, who failed
to appear In court to furnish bond, nnd
ho will bo taken Into custody and sent
to Jail unless ho furnishes ball.
Mlkawn was nrrcsled recently on as
snult and battery charges; Mlauchl
nnd Fushlno wcro 'arrested charged
with Illegal imprisonment of Officers
Wills nnd Scovlllo on Wnlpahu plan
tation. Knwaknml was arrested on
tho chorea of tho unlawful imprison,
nicnt of a fellow laborer, who bad
started back to work, In the Higher
Wago Association offlces.
On tho last charges preferred under
which the four arrests were made, Ml
kawn was required to furnish an addi
tional bond of 1100, Mlauchl a $200
bond, Fuschlno two bonds of $200 each
nnd Knwnknnn a bond of $200. They
aro already under bonds of from $250
to $1200 on previous charges, and their
attorney, Joseph Llghtfoot, says It Is
lmposslblo to secure, further bondsmen
to go security for tho freedom of his
Up to tho present time oer twenty
flvo bonds have been furnished by the
Japanese ttrlkers implicated In the
riot and conspiracy cobcs, and In tho
cases of Msklno, Nogoro, Soga and oth
ers of tho lenderp In tho movement,
each has had to furnlt.li separate bond
on each chargo, Mnklno has madu
use of all bis friends In getting them
to go on tho bonds of his followers,
but he hap. gotten to thu end of his
Us', nnd it Is now going to bo n dim
cult matter for oven he with his ro
putcd wealth of S50.000 to glvo nddl
llonnl bond In case of sweat on othof
: . r 'i
Scion Of Chicago Family Receives Sen
tence Of Fine And Imprisonment
In Federal Court After Pleading
Guilty To Bigamy Charge
"It is the sentence of this Court l' when ho was nt last called before
that you be imprisoned in Oahu jail "io touit to answer,
for three years and pay a fine of On Muy 1st of this yenr linker
$500." married Kva II. Wnllaco nfter n
This culminated tho ocean ro- courtship Induced by tho balmy airs
manco of Raymond M. linker this of tho South l'aclflc and overlooked
morning. tho fact that ho alroady had a wife
Tho erratic night of Cupid's ar- JlWng. His (lrst wlfo was Mary H.
low pointed to u bug tcim of Jin- I. wins, man led to him on June 12,
pilsonment to htm who yielded too 1 80S.
easily to Cupid's wiles, and linker Italic was Indicted by tho Fedornl
lieiuil the sentenco pionounml with Gland Jury, nnd under the clrcum
an easy t'emoanor ns It being con- htnnces he lrid no other couiso than
vlcled of bigamy was Ills usual lie- to plead guilty ns ho did.
fupatlcm. A few days later n letter wns re-
Ills plea has been postponed many reived by Mr. llteckons from thu
times, und he cnteied n plea of gull- (Continu'd on Pace 3)
Men who are
their dress now
where they used
to have clothes
made to order.
there's more satis
factions n a Ben
Maklno, Ncgoro, Fushlno, Mlau
chl, Sao, KaWamurn nnd twenty
others nt 2 o'clock appeared beforo
Judgo lloblnson In tho Circuit
Court In answer to a summons to
bIiow cnuso why thoy should not be
held In contempt for violating tho
temporary injunction granted
against them to prohibit Interfer
ence with operations of Oahu plan
tation, refrain from further picket
ing of spies, nnd discontinue tho pub
lication of Inllamatory and mennc
Ing articles In tho Nlppu JIJI, tho
organ of the Higher Wugo Associa
tion. A strenuous and long-drawn-out
fight occuncd over tho right of the
piojecutlan to crotm-cxnmlno Kegoro,
who took the stand to make an oral
lutuiu. I.lghtfoot claimed, uccoid
lug to the, stipulation, Kinney had
no light to ciOBs-exumino tho Jnp
ancKi editor. Kamamtira wus dls
(.barged from tho contempt proceed
ings, hut Is Btlll under tho ban o
tho Injunction. The hearing will
probably last most of the afternoon.
nnd a decision mny not bo readied
Refined Is Up
NEW YORK. Julv 20. BeAned
sugar advanced ten points today on
the local market.
Judge Andrade Trying
To Clean JjpJOriental
Thnt the gambling evil which has
had so great a hold In tho Oriental
districts in this city.nnd Into which
natives nnd whites aro so often en
ticed, must be stamped out, is tho
Judgment of Judgo Andrade, and this
morning ho gave evidence of putting
his opinions Into' force by lining
Nlchlwakl, Oklmoto, Shione, Tamurn
and Nlguchl $50 nnd costs each and
Nakamura and Murakami $9 and
costs each. Tho moro moderate pen
alty was levied on the latter two be
causo they had not been in court
beforo and had participated but lit
tlo in the game.
Detcctlvo Apano, who has made
many arrests in cases of a similar
kind, was tho principal witness of
tho prosecution. Ho testified to go
ing in the back door of the premises
wlillo Olllcor Kellett went In by the
fiont. That he saw tho cards being
shuflled and that he saw ono of
them pick up some money. Ho seiz
ed tho hand und obtained possession
of tho money, amounting to 80 cents,
nnd ho pio:cedcd to place tho play
ers undr arrest with the assistance
of Olllccr Kellett. Ho ulso took pos
session of tho cards. Officer Kellett
conoborrated , and anothor young
man, John Sllva, testified to seeing
tho gitnie In progress before the of
Chnrllo Chllllngworth represented
tho defendant and uttempted to
show that tho gamo was not a gam
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AM0Y. China, July 2G. There
have been 135 deaths from bubonic
placue, and 35 from cholera report
ed in this city during the last fortnight.
Monoplane TEACHERS LIST
manHero MADE PUBLIC
LONDON, July 20. Louis Bier
iot, who made the flight across the
English Channel on his monoplane,
is the hero of the hour in London.
He is being lionized on every side,
and at a material reward for his
achievement has received a $50,000
cash prize. In addition to this is a
gold cup and medals from various
societies without number.
at Home and
Fighting between the Spaniards and
the tribesmen was resumed today,
BARCELONA, Spain, July 26.
& general smxe nas oeen proclaim
ed among the tradesmen of the city
as a protest against the war that is
being carried on in Morrocco. The
city is in a state of seige.
For Bi itain
IN ALL THU GREAT CONFLA
GRATIONS THR QUEEN INSUR
ANCE COMPANY OK AMERICA
ILAS CARRIED LA1U1E LtNES AND
LWAYS PAID DOLLAR Wit DOLLAR.
LONDON, July 26. It was offi
cially announced today that the con
structton of four additional Dread
naughts will be began in April next.
Board of Public Instruction Anticipating
Various Kicks and Tears From
Some Of New Appointees-Will
Make Some Corrections
At List! . brlnha. Miss Alice Carvnlho.
Tho list of teachers for the schools Pepeekeo .Miss Oladys Mekard,
of tho Territory has been made pub- M,8B Mlw """" "" ' K- '''llwale.
lie after endless discussion nnd nrgu-, u'0,1 Malfrri-. Miss Florence Illake.
ment. They lire for tho school year1 Plalkou William McCliiskey, Man
of '09 nnd MO, and tho members of the llcl A- I)laB' Mlsa llln Vowell, Miss Kit
Board aro expecting sundry howls ami ",l Akn" M'88 Kl,f1 " Peaice. MIsh,
renuests for chances. In eonsenuencu " Ilmlly Ewallko.
tho list Is subject to corrections.
Tho loudest outcry will probably bo
over the salary question ns each teach
er Is paid exactly according to sched
ule This will reduco the pay of ttomu
who havo been long In tho servlre.
Thnso raised will not make any hoIho.
There nro approximately 280 mimes on
Urn Hut which Is ns follow s:
liaahco Miss Emma Porter. Mis.'
H. I.udliilf, .Mist Emma, Aknmii.
Kajlwlkl Stephen L. Desha, Miss
Pmiro MIsk Ah Moy Ahlu.
Kallmann Mta Klxlr.i Osorlo.
llllo High P. A. Richmond, Mlsa
'.aura It. Adklnenu, Miss 13. Sanilrey.i
Mws Jennie Allen, Miss E Poniemy, '
I ...n uviiiiiv .iiivi
Ookala William Alona. IMIm Louise Dc)o.
Ijiupahoehoe.!. V. Marclel, Mrs. J.: "H" Union Mls Jusephlno Doyo,
V. Marclel, S. J. Mnliio. Archie Wong Miss Helen Severunco, Miss Stcphanlo
Wai. Guard, Mlrs Ultimo Hapnl. Miss Har-
Pohnkurn'o A. J. Ign.iclo, Miss Hot Hapal, Mrs. Muiide lleors, Mrs.
Ellznbpth Macy. (Annie Kill, Miss Alice West, MIhh E-
Hukalau E. S. Cupcllas, Jlrs. E. S. ther Lniun, Mlsa Mary Doyo. Mlsb
Caiiollas, Miss Katiu Sadler,
Honomu V. A. Cnrvalho, jr. C. 11a p
tlsta. Miss Qarah Alona, Miss Mary Cn-
Mary Potter, MIbh Clam Stone.
Waliiken-ukn Miss Loulso llapal.
(Continued on Page 3)
CONFER ON STRIKE;
350 TO HAWA!
Realizing that It Is best for all roll
cerned'to havo tho strlko ended nt
onrn, prominent Honolulu Jnpaneso, In-
I eluding physicians, mercliRiitH, evun-,
gellsts, bankers nnd repieneutatlvesl
of 111,. Illuhnr Wiiiff. AKiinlntlnii nr,!
geiiro ofilco, which wns formerly es
tablished on the Evvn tUW of the
street, has been shifted Into the llo
iiolu:u theater, on' the Wnikikl side.
The foreu of cleiks ha.i been reduced,
in Heating that the strikers' nfllees v. Ill
llfiltl!ll n I'finfnri.npn thlu nflnninmi nl t unii.t I... u-li..,.t ,.ti .if ...l.i. ..... I.. il.n
M:3U o'clock to discuss was and I section of Hii.ialulii.
1 1 flllllir vv I iv iiirl;nr' '" kt B 'rs ' w"r 'n, 8trlu'ra weru ,,t,f,,, ', '""
mmvmm-m II inn iiimiuu ennui!, ura Hllie nil nt ,., ,h,ir , , ,,v i 111,, Whim
ngked whither llinv tnlmiil tn i-ntnt-n
PARIS. July 26. - The Wrfcht lL!! tTTZJ "Tl.M0 work "' B:"" "' -'" '" "'
brothers, whose aeroplane fliehts A '"-.'" ."."?... T. ."":.". "" K" "' "orK. u,lt ,101 "' Wnlpahu ui
have attracted the attention of the
world, have been decorated by the
Lerion of Honor.
CONSUL CALLS FOR AID.
GUADALAJARA, Mexico, 'July 28.
Gerlons nolitical riotinc has brok
en out here. The United States Con-j"'0 merchanta.
.. - - fi 'lU'llli unaitrlnit
sui naa appcaiea iot aia.
THE BEST RESULTS
They huvo held many meetings, but
tho result was not published. It is to
arrive at tho last of many decisions
that today's meeting was called.
Tho "high-toned'' Japaneio mer
chants would llkii to end tho strike
forthwith, but. the strlko leaders do
not caro to abide by tho decision of
Hay look upon them
Down at Aula Lano, whero tho strik
ers have their meals and lerelvo their
Instruction things nro looking i.omhi
what dirfcrcnt. Tho strikers' lutein-
"MJTeals at the palm
mARE SATISFYING BE
CAUSE THEY ARE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL SERVED. YOU CAN MAKE
NO MISTAXE IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE. HOTEL, NEAR UN
from fresh fruit ship
ments are secured by
placing your orders with
I those who "Know how."
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
It was ollklnlty announced nt tha
lutelllgeiico olllco this morning thnt
about three hundred nnd fifty Japanese
strikers will go to Hawaii oniarron.
They would not state to what partic
ular plantatlnns they will go.
Horll, one of tho olllco "bosses," said
this morning that the reason why the
Jnpaneso nro leaving for other Islands
Is liccnuso soiuu of the planters' ugentu
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srANDS FOR EXCELLENCE
IN A $5.00 SHOE.
A genuine Russia Cnlf Elucher
Ox., made on that smile last which
is so comfortable, and at the same
time has that stylish swinir so much
lilted by particular dressers.
4s iiu NPt m
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Younc Hotel
Piomptness and cood service
us. . Tehphone 3Q1, t
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
Tiie Kasli Co.
Cc, . i.jl
1051 Fort St. Tel. 282. , J
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