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VOL. XI. NO. 4372.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY 0 FHAWAH, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1909. 10 PAGES.
From Sun Francisco:
Mongolia July 28
For San Francisco:
Alilltioil I July 28
Mnrainu Aug. 20
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fy Pino nil
ENGLISH CHANNEL FLYER FALLS SHORT
700 FILIPINOS ON THE WAY
lly tlio stenmer Korea, wlilcli arrived here last Monday, thero were 45 Klllplnot, who nro to
ho released from qunrantjno today.
Tlio Hawaiian Sugar 1'lanttrs' Association aro advised by tholr agents In tlio Philippines lhat
together with tlio pcoplo who nrrlvcd on tho Korea, thero arc, all told, 712 rillplno laborers on
their way to Honolulu on tho following named ships:
On tho Manchuria, duo hero on Aug. 20, thero aro It": on tho Chljo Maru, duo hero, on Aug.
27, there arc 100.
The Association Is further ndvlscd that the Immigration Ii well established, and the Indica
tions are that tegular shipments will' ho despatched by each Pacific Mall steamer.
PROVED BY PASS
LETTER OF ADVICE.
Wasajl Mllninl (or Sautum)
ltiHini Honolulu Theatre.
Second Section x
TIiIk ndileo In in uh to notify jnu that tho uhovo named person
a In KoliiK tnd.i) to the plantation tn get certain iiieessaty goods out
St of hlti effects.
Ollleer In chitigo,
Dated July, 27lli.
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This pass Is decisive evidence that
the' .Ijpancso strikers nio oigaulzid
with mllltury precision and that a mil
It-try-rsplonaco Is kept over them. Al
though It has been denied In court
that tho mi u weio rotund Into an)
thing representing companies, al
though NVgoio )estcrdu) denied any
'ncqualntunco with tho s)stem and was
perfectly unconscious of any bucIi
unusual airangcment tho pasB Is majV
tint In the nnmo of a "private" of ono
of tlio companies of twenty and signed
b) the Hum" of his compaii) " It Is
aildiessed to tlio "Ollleer In Charge"
It wiih mndn out to merely oiinblo
n man to go and get his dollies from
the plantation and hlii address was
noted. It N slumped with tho "near
of Hut Alea Higher Wago Association.
A petition for n wilt of habeas cor
pus was filed today to huvo three
Chinese ha)8 released from tho cus
tody of tho Immigration authorities,
who hnvo otdered them deported. Tlio
bo)u aro Hot) Chan, I loo Dung and
Hoo Satu mil nil claim to havo Ihkmi
horn Iipio but to have lert Hie Islands
ntter the (Ire In 1900. Their father,
Hoo San Kwal and their mother Kam
Sheo aro Loth ng In China and tho
papers tiro gotten out In tho narto of
their undo, Kent Vnn Tim. W. W.
Th)er Is acting as their attorney. Tlio
authorities nay that the claim Is net
bona flilo. -
Tho MaKapuit Point light station,
which has cost tho (internment about
SfiO.OUO, Is practically completed, and
Major Wlustow left todtn to maliu a
final Inspection of tho light.
Tho quartermaster's department ha
Just received tho two big Incandescent
oil vapor lamps, otto for the ne.v "Mill
kaputt Point light house, mid the nth
or for Diamond Head. These aro pow.
I erful lamps, and nro equipped with the
latest mechnnlcul davices.
Tho work of erecting the nev
lamp will bo completed today anil the
light will bo tested today and tonight.
Ships at sea can locato thcu now
lights for many miles, oven In i fog,
and they aro a valuable addition ti tlio
fortlflcntlons hctc, making It possible
to discern approaching vessels in tho
mldo radius of light thrown out to
set. Major Wlnslowr" ind hi? men
hnvo worked hard on tho new Stallone
and they nro a great credit to his efforts.
WW tMT 1131
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.
BAND CONCERT AT
MOANA HOTEL TONIGHT
Tho Ilo)al Hawaiian baud will glo
a concert, beginning ut 8 o'clock, at
the Moanu hotel tonight, Tho Moana
with Its beautiful grounds and broad
Iannis, Is particularly iiopuhir with
townspeople mid lottilsta alike for an
ecnhu of music and a large crowd Is
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otft arguments that ho has )cl it'iulu
during tho trial.
Tho prosecuting nttornoy ttsked tho
witness directly whether ho had sjon
articles in tho JIJI advising temper
anco or moderation una I.ightfoot wil
ing tho holo that tho defendants would
get Into by Its answer promptly objected.
niJLLRriN An pv
TUB INCOM12 Oil OUTLAY THAT
IS KNOWN IN ADVANCK NEVKIl
1IUY Uvi: insuhanci: ON Till:
I1ASIS 01' A l'lXKD IlATi: AND A
nxcD itnruRN, and you will
not hi: disappointed.
Czar, Starts REES
On long TN
KIEL, Oermany July 27. Czar
Nicholas and the. Empress of Russia,
with their children, are on the way
to Cherbourg;, where they will meet
President Palliates. From there
they will proceed to Cowes, where
the Czar will, meet King Edward.
DOVEE, England. July 27. Hu
bert Latham, the French monoplane
inventor and operator, came within
two miles' of crossing; the English
Channel in his flying machine. He
fell within two miles of this port.
He' was rescued by a torpedo boat
that followed flight. He was
injured, but not seriously.
PRESIDENT REYES RESIGNS.
HAMBURG, Germany, July 27.
President Reyes of the United
States of Colombia has cabled hit
resignation to Bogota. The new
Congress that came into power with
the defeat of the latest revolution is
antagonistic to Reyes' policies.
WASHINGTON, July 27. Bids
for a million and a half dollars of
Philippine publio improvement
bonds will be opened on Aug. 17.
PERIGNAN, France. July 27.
Rioting has taken place at Barce
lona today. Twelve were killed and
a score injured.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 27. Su
gar 88 analysis- beets, 10s 9d.
Parity, 4.26 cents. Precious quo
tation. 10s 6 3-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 24. Su
Kir 08 degree centrifugals, 3.89
cents or $79.80 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.95 cents.
Beets 88 analysis. 10s 6 3-4d.
Parity, 4.22 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s Cd.
MOTHER AND CHILD
IN HACK ACCIDENT
A distressing accident, which
might liuve been attended with more
soriotts tesults, occurred at 2:30
this afternoon on the Kullhi road,
A hack driven by a Japanese was
standing outsido tho pol shop ewa
of tho Palitma Tire Station, when
the horse look fright nt a sudden
Jnrrlng of the llupld Trnnslt car,
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Thero has been a slight explosion at
tho Naval Station and some otto ap
pears to hao been scorched by tho
flarebnek. Tho Commandant very
courteously but firmly declined to dls
ciish matters of Internal administra
tion nud discipline with representa
tives of tlio prCBS, but discoursed
cheerfully about tho weather and tho
other strike, outsido his Jurisdiction.
It was subsequently learned, how
ever, from well Informed sources that
an officer of tho station ha recently
been tinder suspension for conduct to
tho prvjttdlco of good order and dis
cipline of tho service. In making an
unwarranted rciiort against tho Com
mandant, which tho Navy Department
tlnd not substantiated by tho facts In
In tho early part of June, according
to ti report of tho affair that reached
thu Uiillottn from Washington,
Commandant Hees requested lieuten
ant Commander Stanford E. Moses,
of thu U. fi.,S. Iroquois lo put tho ves-s
set in sailing, shape, as ho desired to
use her to make a trip tQ .PCMl .Har
bor on Jttno'18. A boiler maker won
transferred from another ship to mako
needed repairs to tho Iroquois, and on
Juno 14 Moses reported thu ship ready
for sailing. A fow da) a later tho
Lieutenant Commander reported that
further work would havo to bo done
on the boilers, and that thu Iroquois
would not bo In shape to sail on Juno
Captain Itces thou requested that
tlio bollermaker conto to Bee him. It
Is understood Commander Moses In
slated on being present at tho Inter
view, terming It an "Investigation."
Captain Rces did not consldor thu
matter, an Investigation. lit 'all,' but
merely wished to talk over the condi
tion of tho vessel with the bollermak
er and find out what kind of muihauk
However, when tho bollermaker ro
ported to thu Commandant Command
ur Moses, It Is said, accompanied him
and Insisted on being a party to tho
Interview. Captain Hees then repri
manded Mobob for conduct 111 becom
ing an officer of his tank, somo words
followed, and tho joung Commander
proceeded to( maku A roport on Hees
In this reort Mouos charges Com
mandant Hees with "conduct to thu
prejudice of good order and dlscli
llnu." and detailed tho utfalr from his
standpoint. An Investigation fol
lowed and many unpleasant facts
ftcro burnt lit out which are now caus
ing a stir In naval elides.
After duo consideration, tho Secre
tary of tho Navy has issued an order,
upholding Commandant Reus, ami giv
ing him full and unrestricted author
ity to dlsclpllno nontenant Command
er Mosoh as ho thought most offecthe
Chargwl with conduct t thu prejudice, of good order and dis
cipline of tho servltu iu making nu uuwarrinled leiiort to W.tthlng
ton on Captain Hees, Coiumtndatit of tho Naul .Station In Il.iwall,
Lieutenant Commander Stanford IS Moses, of tho U. H. S Iroquois,
has been suspended on authority fiont tho SecietV) of the Xaiy,
for flvo days. Tho uffalr Is tho result of alleged ufflclal dlsolmuloiico
on thu p.ttt nf Moses, mil ban r.utseil .1 profound reiniilon In n iul
and military circle:!. Cutt.uii Itrcs refused to t Interviewed when
shown the press dlspJttlus lr m Wjctiiiittou
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Who Has Been Upheld by the Navy Department m a Matter of Discipline
at the Naval Station,
and for tho biht Inteiests of tho scr
v Ico. I
While It remained within tho power
of Captain Hees to lourtmiirtlal Moses, I
or recommend his dismissal from thu '
service, .the Commandant did not fed i
tho caso Justined such ettromu means.
und stibptiidod tho )ouug officer for
tlvo dn)H. What thu ultlm.Uo out
come will bo It Is difficult to say, but I
It Is likely that Moses will bo trans
ferred later to so mo other post
Captain Hees has betn one of tho
most popular an.iviil onicers oer stn ,
Honed lieie, and so far as can bo
learned ho has ulnn)s gotten along
h iriuonlousl) with tho oilier olllceni
and tho nitu, ami Is grestly liked by,
them. Commander Moses Is a joiiiik
man, married and bus uluajs lud tlm
(stccm of many of his fellow officers
Tho affair conieB as a great surprise
to thoso who could not reallzu thai
there was nn) fooling on his part
ngulnst Captain Hies.
it hits been learned as tho result of
this Investigation that us fnr hack us
six mouths ngo, Moses hag niailo
things tiiiplensnnt for Captain Heos,
and the Commnud.tnt has bail to icu
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