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VOL. XI. NO. 4374.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1909. 8 PAGES. .
PRICE 5 CENI3.
TARIFF CONFERENCE HAS FINALLY AGREED
KINO ALFONSO'S THRONE THREATENED
First Act Of New
Court Admits the Governor of the
Territory To Practice On Motion
Of United States District Attorney
I'cllowslilp anil rordlnllty mafked
the ceremonies tills morning where
by Gmrge W. Woodruff became a
Judge of tlio United States Pederal
Court of the Dlstilct of Hawaii. I
The solenmjmth of office was tak
en nbout 9:30, Immediately after his
uppolntmuit li l'resldciit Taft had
Ik en read by A. 12. Murphy, chief
ilerl. of tho court
AlinoU the entire membership of
the Honolulu liar Association was
prevent, and the court loom, usually
imbued with the air of ilrycst rout
ine, was animated and lively. When
NEAR HERO AT
May Hive Been riero In
War But Was In
This, tho elgbtli day of the con
t pi i. icy tilal, perl.ul up a little In
Intci oil. mid owing to tho hiatus
paused by tho adjournment to wel
come Judge Woodruff, evorjbody was
n little fieshor nt tho noon adjourn
ment than heretofore.
The prosecution placed three Jnp
nnese witnesses on tho stand, and
of these one turned out to bo rather
ho-ullo tn tho iios.o"iitlim, piobnbly
iivvul by the Japanese lcnilcis that
woio assembled (pcifiuie) in tho
iMini. Oinier Scovlllo was also
called, hut not placed on tho stiind.
Onedein, editor of tho Chronlrle,
was placed o nthc stand at the open
In? of the trial, nnd during tho In
tiodiutlon o fsevcinlnrttclcs fiom
the "ted papei, ' as the Chionlcle Is
called b tho strlKois, the Juty was
dlsmltihed fiom tho room. Tho ni-
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the big door which connected with
the court chambers opened first,
ncnily-all rose, thinking that the
court was entering, nnd, Instead,
Mrs. Woodruff and Mrs. Dole enter
ed, smiling, and the gallant attor
neys stood up anyway with the
greatest graity, nig masses of ros
es were placed on the corners of tho
Judge's bench, and a moment after
wards Judge Dole, escorted by mem
bers of the Circuit and Territorial
Supreme benches, entered and as
sumed their places at the bencb.
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1 -11 -lUlJL-i.
titles were highly poetical and re
dundnnt with suggestlveness.
Tsuchlya Jllchl -vas next called
and testified to having been beaten
up by the strikers at Ewa because ho
refused to leave work, In ttho
courso of tho rumpus ho beat ono
of his assailants over tho head with
a lantern, and It Is probable that ho
gave as good as ho got. One of tho
last questions asked him on rc-dlrect
examination was whether or not he
had been a hero In tho Jap-Russo
war nnd had been awarded several
medals. Llghtfoot objected to this
as immaterial, and Kinnoy asserted
his right because Llghtfoot had call
ed tho witness a gambler. Light
foot denied this, sajlng that ho had
only nsked him whothcr bo was a
gambler, and Kinney withdrew tho
question. No one knows officially
whether ho was a hero or not.
Yonlzawn wns next enllcjl and
( was the one that did not livo up to
me nopes or the piosccutlon, who
tailed him IIo was connected with
the Ewa "Association foi Relief,"
or tome such title that seemed to bo
closely allied somewhoic with the
lllghei Wnge Association, and some
times pe.uoful unit somotlmes nm
btguous, nccoiiling to tho mood of
tho witness. Ho lilentlllcil a photo
graph of tho houso nt Ewn whero
the Ewa Association had its hoad-quarteis.
Men who are
their dress now
where they used
tc have clothes
made to order.
there's more satis
faction in a Ben
Rumor That Pratt Has
Resigned Denied By
William R. Pelter, assistant post
master, has forwarded his resignation
through Postmaster I'ratt to Washing
ton, Jo take effect on August 8. When
seen this morning Mr. Fetter refused
to bo Interview ed on tho matter, but
his resignation was confirmed by Post
master Pratt later.
Mr. Feller has a host of friends 'in
Honolulu as well as among tho em
ploeR of tho postofllcp. and his leav
ing Is gieatly regretted hy his fellow
workers. Ho has been a careful, pains
taking and nccurato official and leaves
with a good record. It Is understood
ho will accept a commercial position
in Honolulu nbout September 1. I
rollonlng upon tho publication of.
tho story on tho Coast that Units Ko-
nako had ambitions for tho position as !
postmaster here, and was supported
by President Taft, a rumor became
current that Postmaster Pratt had
sent his resignation to Washington
nnd Intended io go to Cheyenne, Wyo
ming, to cngago In business. When
seen tills morning, Mr. Pratt emphat
ically denied tho report:
"Noor heard tho report, havo not
resigned and do pot Intend to. Men
in liolltlcal positions howvvor, ro
made tho target for all sorts of at
A conference was held this morning
botweon Governor Krear, Attorney
General Hemenuay, Manager Welnr
hclmer, and C. A. McDonald, chief
luna of tho Pioneer Mill Company,
with reference to tho Icaso of tho La
hatnaluua school lands to tho Pioneer
company, and nrranga far their culti
vation by school bojs durli K the vaca
A proposition of this fio"t was an
nounced some time ago by Superinten
dent Ilabbltt, and he wns tn favor of
giving tho boys work on tho plantation
land, vlth n view of teaching them a
tracla, IndiistiiouH habits mi i nUo to
I nsslst them in making nriney fo g( t
I their education. No decision has
been reached but it Is understood
I both the Governor and Pioneer pjoplo
jure In fawn 6f tho project.
THE BEST RESULTS
from Fresh fruit ship
ments are secured by
placing your orders with
those who "know how."
Island Fruit Co.,
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I1ASIS OP A FIXED RATE AND A
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NOT IJE DISAPPOINTED.
WASHINGTON, July 29. The
Conference Committee has agreed to
the tariff bill to be reported back
to the Senate and the House for final
MADRID. July 29. The War
office has ordered the mobilitation
of the entire army and extraordinary
measures are being instituted to
check the revolution that appears to
be rising throughout the country.
BEFORE THE PALACE.
This forenoon there was a demon
stration of the people before King
Alfonso's palace as a protest against
the war policy in Morocco.
Barcelona is the center of the
fighting. The revolutionists are pil
laging and the greatest disorder pre
vails. It is rumored that a Provis
ional revolutionary government will
RAILROADS BLOWN UP.
Other cities are revolting, and the
railroads have been blown up with
dynamite to prevent the transfer of
Six convents have been burned, in
dicating that the revolution his a
HEAVY SPANISH LOSS.
LLANZA, July 29. Six thousand
I moors are aiiacmng Ainucemas. ine
1 Spanish loss in the fighting at Meli-
la on the 27th is reported as three
PULLIAM IS DEAD.
NEW YORK, July 29. Harry
Pulliam, the baseball manager who
shot himself yesterday, died today
from his wounds.
N0RDI0A MARRIED AGAIN.
LONDON, July 29. Mme. Nor
dica, the famous opera singer, was
married her tnAnv in (lmnrm A
Young, a New York banker.
TUTZAIS AT THE PALM
IWI ARE- SATISFYING BE-
A3M. CAUSE THEY ARE
WELL COOKED AND
WELL SERVED. YOU CAN HAKE
NO MISTAKE IN PATRONIZING
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COURT FOR RELEASE
Believes He Only Has
Paranoia And Can
Believing that ho can still watt on
tho sick and treat patients, in spite of
tho fact that tho Courts havo adjudged
him insano, Dr. Atchcrley today,
through his attorney appealed to the
Supremo Court for his releaso under
tho care of an officer. Tho motion was
presented by Atchcrley's attorney, T.
t, Harrison, nnd Is based on an affi
davit signed by City and County Phy
sician Mackall, at tho request of Har
rison, and approved by County Attor
Tho motion filed In the Supremo
Court asku that tho caso bo advanced
on the calendar, taken up at once, nnd
that tho Court pass on tho releaso of
Dr. Atchcrley, and tho provision of his
guard. Unless prlvnte funds are forth
coming for such purposes, tho county
would have to stand tho expenso of a
deput), who would be under tho direc
tion or snerirr jarrett.
Atchcrley Is of tho opinion that ho
is aftT.ctcd with paranoia only, and
that It would not prevent him from
treating patient. Harrison called on
Dr. Mackull with an affidavit to this
effect, and asked him to sign It. Be
fore doing so, tho physician consulted
with County Attorney Cathcart as to
tho legal phase of tho matter, Tho
signing of the affidavit is only based
on tho affliction being paranoia, and
will not belli Atchorler any. If the
testimony regarding tho condition of
his mind Is considered paramount by
tho Supremo Court In hearing tho mo
tion. The affidavit Is as follows:
"Uruco McV. Mackall, being duly
sworn, deposes and says:
"1. That h Is a duly qualified phy
sician nnd surgeon, and has examined
tho said John Atchcrley as to his san
ity prior to tho jiollco court proceed
ings appealed from In the abovo en
titled matter; and for tho purpose of
giving testimony as to his sanity In
"2. That although ho then ex
pressed tho opinion that tho said John
Atchcrley was suffering from paranoia,
he then believed nnd now bollevos that
such paranoia does not necessarily In
capacitate him from treating pat
ients." LYMAN OF HAWAII
GOES TO WEST POINT
According to an order Just issued by
tho War Dapurtment, Albert Ku.illl
Brick wood Lyman, of Hawaii Iiuh
been upointvd a cadet ut West Point.
Ho Is the second student to bu ap
pointed from here, his brother earn
ing off the first honor, l.yman has
been assigned to the U.' S, Coipj of
The Territorial Giand Jury went in
to reunion this nioiuliig and sturted
In Investigating jo'ing Wni'ukl. sus
pected of killing 8alIor We'Lorill. Wit
nesses havo bcon subixicmiud In tho
cases of Illgashl, Pedro t'aipa, an 1
John Kldrlguez ,nml. an Ipdii'tnii'iit Is
oxpected shortly that will solid somo
of tho nlleged nssaulteis, etc.. to iho
Circuit Court for trial.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 28. Su
gar 88 degree centrifugals, 3.985
cents, or $79.70 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.99 cents.
July 28. Beets, 88 analysis, 10s
8 l-4d. Parity, 4.23 cents. Previ
ous quotation. 10s 9d,
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29. Su
gar 88 analysis, beets, 10s 71-2d.
Uarity, 4.24 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10S 8 1-4C1;
Definite Plans For Cultivation of Cotton
Take Shape, and New Company
Takes Up Land At lionouliuli,
Where First Crop Is Growing
Lato experiments In Ibo cultivation i They will tako over mi option for
2"i o?.U!'?,,'"C,,l ,"1,m ,l,ennlt? Icaso of land at Himoiiliull un.l It vMl
organised attempt to put this Im rt- . ,. , ,
ant branch of tho agriculture of the bo ,,H l,,aco ,lnt ""I '"" lIl I'0""'
souther stntes on a paving basis In of first pioiluclng II iv. all's futile col-
the Hawaiian Islands. ; ton crop,
Tho Kunla Development Company The option vms made between . W.
Is tho first company to Incorporato for Van Valenburg and tho O It. fc t..
purposes of making a sicclalty of this Co, and turned over to tho uowly .
Important commercial plant, they formed coiup.iu with, thn prmliilou
nillng tin Ir articles of Incorporation of tho cnuitoi Van V.ilkenliiirthi
today. Tholr capital stock Is placed
at 110 000. limited to $100,000.
A. V. an Valkenburg, A. Water-
houso, A. C. Jordan, B. O. Smith mi. I
V. T. P. Waterhouso are the promot-
ers of tho company and they lpivo nl
roauy mime arrangement tor the
lands where tho plant. will Hn.t bo en.-
Between Two Boards
Communication Read At SuDervls-
or' Meeting: Causes Concern--.
Resolution Passed By Commis
sioners of Public Instruction
Forces County Board To Buy
As u result of a communlcntlru
read at last night's meeting of the
Supervisors from the Hoard ot Pub
lie Instruction, notifying them ot
the resolution passed lcqnlrlng tlio
principals of all schools to inaUo
icqulsltlou illreit to the Hoard of
Supervisors for school supplies,
there is liable to be conflict between
the two Hoards, while County Engi
neer Gere Is wondering whero he Is
at. It appears now that tho Irst
Legislature put It squarely up to
the City Fathers to furnUh cv co
dling from a lead pencil to a school
building with furnishings, nnd the
lesolutlon was based on that net.
The question that is troubling tho
Supervisors Is In regard to whether
the Commissioners nt Public In
jstructlon Intend them to buy school
supplies out of that 10,000 nppro
1 prlated to repair and renovate city
'and county school buildings, (lore
epoited last night that about 1,
1 700 had been used thus far, anil tho
! repairs were about pan, but tho
plumbing bills, amounting to nearly
STANDS FOR EXCELLENCE
IN A $5.00 SHOE.
A genuine Russia Calf Elucher-
Ox., mode on that smile last which
, is so comfortable, and at the same
time has that stylish swing so much
liked by particular dressers.
Is tho largt rt stockholder Ik nroHl lent.
E. C Smith, vlro ltrenldent. and '. T.
V Vatorhoue. t-ecretnry .nut treat-
urer Tluy and their two follow' pro-
nioters punilliuto tho board of iMrvet-
o-j Provisions h.ivo been i.iado In
lb ( Incorporation papers for fulurn
ciiittriicllun of mllH and plaiifH'nVcV"
ess try for handling thn raw crop,
1 100, nro still to como In, and there
are stilt school buildings ouMdo tho
city to be rep 1 1 red. Tho County En
gineer thought tho money left over
ihonlil be applied Io thut work. Hut
according to the manner In which
Itnlililt l,..u ....t ,1... -i.i-HVi .
.'..U...V ...in ,,1,1 MIU lIMipUSlUIIU KI
the Supei visors, they nro to fnVulili
blnuls, nnd c ich principal Is to ap
ply direct to Ihc Hoard for Hti(hNsu'i
piles as are needed for his or,, her
bihoul, Including crnseis, pencils,',
klntes, paper, books and othcrro7tl-
. ties heeded by the pupils.
I It vis understood when tho Su
pervisors iippioprlntcd tlin 10,000
(overlng u period of Mx months,
mac ii was io nc used ror lcpalra
uiiii iiiiiiiiic-ntiiire purposes only, anil
uoi lor supplier This resolution on
the part 'of th Public Instruction
Commissioners means that It 'money
out of the balance of tho JO, 000 haH
to bo iibcd, It will nit ofMurther re
pair work on school buildings, clip
pie County Engineer tlcro's plans,
I'm! eventually compel tho noanPof
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