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VOL. XI. NO. 4370.
14 PAOES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1009. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
DREDGE ARRIVES FOR PEARL HARRDR
OSAKA FLAME SWEPT-KURIN BV FLOOD
IS THIS WHAT IS
PLANNED for KAPAA
Tho latest iinciinclnl Information legardliig llio Kiipnn deal Unit t;
Ik on tint road In completion In that tho Territory In ready to luuxa Jl
tho InmlH lo tho Mnkoo Sugar plantation' for n orloJ of years as tt
allowed under the Oiganlc Art, with tho condition that It may at tt
any tlt.io he taken for scltloiuciit
In a'ddltlnn to this In Mild to ho a prof,ed lear.a of tho water
rights out rolled ly tho land, IIiIh lo.isu In ho mado for twonly-lho
Should this ho I ho fact It will ho neon nt oncu that tliu fifteen
)ear lease. Riven on tho laud Ik iih good ha n twenty-nix or eight
jenr le.Uo for the phintallon, iih tho lanil Ih absolutely worthless to
(ho Independent lioniei.toader with water privileges In llio lunula of
uonio other Intoretit.
TIiiib far llio Governor lian rofused to give nut tho letters sent 1J
to Vol. Spalding. tt
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OLD LADY FOUND j FILIPINOS GO TO
ALONE AND DEAD KAHUKU PLANTATION
Discovery M-tde By Neigh-
Said To Be Cause
In tlio Mano.i Valley this mnrnnlg;,
thoro was a grewsomo find hy tiio
neighbors of an old native lady
named Kapaanhu, 94 years ot age.
Sho had heen missing slnco ' lust
WedticJdny ovcnlng; and Inst night u
search wis Instituted, hut without
success. Her hotiso was sccuroly
fastened up, and It was not deemed
advisable Jo urealc It open thru.
This was dono this morning, how
ever, mid tho old lady was discov
ered lying on her left sldo qulto
dead. 1'ollco assistance was request
ed and Deputy Sheriff lloso at ouco
lepalied to tho scene uf tho trag
edy at about 8 o'clock, ills Investi
gation showed that thoro wcro no
signs or vlolenro or foul play. That
mi far us ho could Judgo from an un
pinfcsslonal standpoint tho old lady
In 1 i'!"-! from lh erfeelH of old ago.
She appealed to hnvo Just llnlshrd
her evening meal, at (hero was food
mi tho floor, and had then laid down
on her left shin and peaeefiilly pass
ed away. The house and doors were
cciirrly fabtcard ami them was
nothing to Indicate anything hut u
peaceful death. . J
It Is Hinted on good niilhiully (hat
Hip Itov. II. II. Parker has been
looking after tho welfarn of the old
hulv, anil that he. In conjunction
with her; irl.ithes, will look aflor
the burial arrangemptits.
Good Looking Peopje Who
Make Very Good
-MuiiMger Adams of- KahukiYlooic all
llio Klllplno Immigrants, ouo hundred
mid forty;aio all, told, whqrcame ln6u
tho Nippon; jMariiofr tho freoplo. went
. 'i ';. ' .' 'f f' t
uui to mo plantation, on inu umo train
this .forenoon. At tho station were
roprcspntatlvrs of tho Planters' Asso
ciation arid uthor business men, who
remarked on tho good appearance of
tho now arrivals.
Mr. AdaniH has full confidence In tho
ability mid Intention of theso peoplu
to make good In tho plantation fields.
In general npiicaranco thoy uro far su
perior to tho Filipinos from Luzon
brought hero as tho result of Mr.
Judd's trip In tho Philippines. Thoy
nro agricultural workers and have had
to work all their lives. Thoy uro well
built, about tho size or tho Jupaneto
nnl n':t unlike tho Hawaiian In fuclal
Kahiiku plantation has taken till
that have ottered ho far mid will nccept
otheis to nrrlvo Inter until tho full
complement of tho plantation In pro
POST OFFICE GETS
New Regulation Saves
ents Much Trouble
Ono of tho Interesting mid useful
feature:! of tho po.ttolttco servlcn In
Honolulu Is tho recent adoption nf tho
now International Ilcpty-Coupuns.
Theso coupons nro Issued for tho pur
poso of sending In correspondents In
tho foreign cotintrlci named below,
and aro of G-cent denomination each.
Tho foreign correspondents may ok
change tho coupona for postago stamps
of that country equal to n G-cent Unit
ed States postage stamp, using tho
stump for reply imstago. Tho conn
tries In which tho reply-coupon Is valid
cro ns follows:
Austria, Belgium, llulgnrlii, Chill.
Corea, Costa Itlca,, Crete,, Cuba. Den
murk, Ijypt, Franco, Germany, (Ileal
Ilrltaln, Greece, Ouatcniala, Haiti,
Honduras, Ilimgury, Italy, Japan. Li
beria, Luxenburg. Mexico, Nether
lands, Norway, Vtotimntila, Slum, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland and Tunis, nriull
has notified tho department nt WasliJ-
Ington that It cannot participate ln
tho uxchango uf these redy-coiix'nf,
until after tho National Congress of
that country shall linvu l educed Its
Persons to whom tho couhiib nro
sold should liu Instructed to Inform
their correspondents ubroad that tho
reply-coupon Is not Itself good for post
ago hut. must bo exchanged at tho
lKhtomco for a postago stamp. Post.
COMING J1ERE SOON
Harbor Lights Have Not
Arrived As Yet
Word has Just been received by
Major Wlnslow's office that nn expert
noAVA Ta. t..i- i t.,i . ' iwnpisi'wiu uo nero on Angust u or
auu - ili- .i.'i... u. j ' " A' hnl tlmo ho will make a gen
&A fL1!"? nt Makapuu and Molokal, .ho tho now
put forth to check the flamei, but' !,,"I'or ,,,l,u lf ,,,ey nr roa,ly nt-,hal
thus far they have been of no avail.
FLOOD KILLS 1,000.
Thu red light In tho harbor It was
learned this morning will not ho placed
TOKIO, July 31. One thousand . '" eommlsslon until tho outshlo buoys
reonlc are detd ai the teult of a . nru l""ced. As they havo not arrived.
flood at Kurin.' Fully leven thous- j nl"1 ,ho Kn""'cr' "lepartmcnt does
and houses are submereed. not k,low how h"lm l,lcy wl" i hero.
i in niiinihsiuio in ion wucii llio llgnis
will ho placed. Thu now buoy to bo
placed un tho west sldo will bo a
light buoy. The expert coining will
make n mechanical Inspection ot tho
Ismim to sec that they aro In good
working ordonbeforo approved. Tho
Molokal light will bo ready Septem
SCARED BY PICKETS
NEW YORK. July 31.--luk Winp,
Why not lako h lour around iho
w orlil In thu famous llurton Holmes
TraeIogucs. Omiilclu hels of thput
works, eonlalnlng thousands of Illus
trations, now on salo at llrown &
Ljon Co., Alexander Young Ilhlg.
I nan jvjtn., niuy ul,-r-liUK TCini
the Chinese Vice Comnl itatioeH in
offlco Inspector Haro belle'e's them to this city, was shot today by a young
afajlcG juuucu ilU&fcUUII, JIO Ml
juries of the Consul are very serious.
bo a very useful addition to tho stamp
system, and Is anxious for, tho public
genornliy to becomo thoroughly no.
qualnted with them. Any person In.
quiring at tho poslofflpo will bo Ui
formed fully about the cousins.
LONDON, July 31. Summers de
feated Jimmy Britt in the ninth
round of a fl(?ht for the lightweight
Tho Ilullctln learn won hy a score
of 10 to 2 on tho City diamond this
One-piece Rompers in attractive
patterns just in. See our window-1
ful and then come in the store
and see hnndreds more.
Prices 50c jupward
The Kash Co.,
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
V'McCnnillcr.1 ns thpro all right, and
ho hit him all right," was the state,
mem of Walklki to a Hullo tin re
porter thin morning, sheriff J.irrpll
and Prosecuting Attorney llrown held
another Investigation this morning in
1110 weiiieini muriler caso, which was
committed In n lumber yard near tho
depot, lloth MeCandlPbs and Walklki
were, under nxamtmillou at tho lnvcs
tlglMon, Aa. It well known police Investiga
tions nro private hut nftcr tho exam
ination, a fow minutes conversation
wns obtained with Walklki previous to carthauake
tilt, l,..l.t un. ...... I.. .1... I. It ... I ' - "
it. Hi-inn ii'imivrii in inu J.lll, waiKl-
1(1 also st-ited that MrCmiilleiw deuled
being prnacut and was now trying to
prove It through n man named llrown
hut Hint llrown know nothing about It.
j TUB INCOMU OH OUTLAY THAT
IS KNOWN IN ADVANCK NKVEU.
I HUY I.IKK INSUIIANCK ON TUB
I1ASIS OF A FIXED IIATB AND A
I FIXED ItETUHN, AND YOU WILL
NOT I1B DISAPPOINTED.
CITY OF MEXICO. July 31. The
great cathedral o (the city and the
American school house have been
condemned as unsafe, owinc to the
daman done the buildings by the
earthquake. A severe shock was
felt at 12:36 this afternoon, but no
damage was done.
POINT ARENA. Cal July 31.
The steam schooner Winneboga went
ashore here today and is a total
wreck. No lives were lost.
EALS 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
Riot Followed Encounter
' At Waipahu Between'
' Two Factions
Word reached tho city lato last
evening that .twenty-flve Japancso
strikers who had decided to return to
work on tho Waipahu plantation,
wcro met next the offlco yesterday
afternoon and Intimidated until thoy
finally hiuko ranks and fled back to
Manager Bull was Informed ot tho
Incident and telephoned tho authori
ties, who aro Investigating tho mat
ter. From what can be learned,
the men wero threatened by pickets
ot tho Higher Wago Association, who
refused to let them pass. It Is said
a right followed betwoon uonio of
them and hot words followed. As
far as could bo 'learned, none of the
strlUers wcro Injured, but as ,tho re
sult of tho encounter, a meeting will
bo hold this afternoon and resolu
tions of Indignation will be passed
by tho men who wero frightened.
WASHINGTON. July 31. The
Senate today passed the Urgent De
ficiency bill. This carries the appro-
priation of the traveling expenses of
THE BEST RESULTS
from fresh fruit ship
ments are secured by
placing your orders with
those who "Know how."
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the Roods."
Young Hotel Laundry.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
l.lttlu did tho pcoplo uf Honolulu
reallxo that about May 24, tho Japan
cso Higher Wage Association ordered
all men and women working fur fam
ilies to go out on strike, in connection
with tho general strike on tho various
plantations. Depending as they have
on .tapanero servants, n reign of lion
bio and suffering would certainly h.ivo
followed such a step as was alitlclpat
cd by tho strike leaders. v
Tho order was Incorporated In rent
lutlons passed by tho Bwn Higher
Wago Association, on May 21, and was
subsequently cancelled. For uhalici
son Ih not known. Ilelow Is given n
translated copy of tho original resolu
tion In which was Included tho order.
A fow days later tho Bulletin pub.
lished data and a nunibcr'of Instances
whero scivants wi-ro weekly currying
rlco and other eatables from tho house
to contribute, to tho strikers' fund. It
Is iKisslblo they wero so successful In
their plllago and tho Higher Wago As
sociation needed tho contributions so
badly, that they took a second thought
and rescinded tho order for 'servants
to'go out on a strike.
IlESOl.UTIONH OF COMMITTICirS,
That nil Iho Jspane.rcldcnt uf
Ew:i quit woiU In order In arhlcvo
That married man put up towards
tho llcpono Fund the mm ot $3.00
eaih nn.l bachelors 12M each.
That lb) contribution towanls tho
reserve fun lull bo asked thoiu who
came nut liom hospitals after lung Ill
ness. That collection of Iho rcscrvo fund
In ho Intrusted to each committee.
Tho eceelloii hhall he mado hsfuro
tomorrow evening. Pruvliled. howovor,
with those who rnnnol put up cash Iho
committee should Uku stepi n.i cir
cumstances demand. ,
Men and women working for futil
ities shall be caused to strike. Can
That having pstnhllkhpd connection
with Iho headquarters ot tho Honolulu
Higher Wago Association Wo a' its:
OlTiclnl connection with tho Ilono
illlull Aid Assoclntlun Is established.
That thu manuscript of tho regula
tions of the Association shall ho mado
tomorrow mid ,imo shall bo sunt Into
thi! Commit ten's meeting tho day nfv
'I ho above are resolved. ,'
i:Va mount wahh as53n.
Mav 21ih. .. ' '
Arrives In Poit
After a trip of thirteen days tho
big sea going dredgo for tho Hawaii
an ')rcdglng Company, en routo from
San Francisco, was sighted off tho
harbor nt noon today steaming
slowly In. Walter Dlnnlngliam was
at onco notified, and Young Brothers' J
launch went out to moot the dredgo.
Tho trip down was uneventful, ex
cept for occasional rough bciib.
The big dredgo will ho used hy tho
Hawaiian Dredging Company In tho
Pearl Harbor work. Tho dredgo Is
160 feet long, 36 foot beam, has 400
hort.o power compound engines.
Scotch boilers of 16G pounds capaci
ty ,ull burners, tank capacity 600
barrels, bunkers built to hold 450
The dredging plant consists of
compound engines directly connected
to 20-Inch centrifugal pump, 24
Inch dlschnrge; two drag suction
pipes are designed to work 36 feet
below low tide. Tho vessel Is
equipped with electric search lights.
When tho weather permits, tho
dredgo will hnve a capacity of be
tween two and thrco thousand cubic
yards per day of twenty-four liours.
It will htea mhack nnd forth over
tho bar, filling hoppers ns she
Biennis along nt the ralo of four or
llvo mlloa per moiir, sucking material
up Into tho bunkers, which aro
opened when tho dredgo Is nut nt
sea, dumps It nnd loiuex back for
Captain P. Halvorhcu, lutcnlowod
this morning, slates that (hero was ab
solutely nothing of Importauco huji
pelted on tlm way down. They woio
favored with leinurkably lino weather,
which enabled them In make Iho p.iv
sago In leu I.i and eighteen liours.
They haif no ree'ib'tiN of any kind
and everything went along smoothly.
They would more than likely i-Miialn
hero about n week hcfoie going in
Pcnrl ll.iibor as there yvas consider
nhlo amount of work to bo dono In tlm
way or tKlng. or pumps nnd general
RUBBING IT IN.
Saplelgii "YniiH, several years
ago I fell In lovn with n girl, hut
she wejcctcil me, doucher know
in. nlo n wpgular run) or mo "
Mis Klinx - "Now, that's what
I call a beastly shame. l'vo often
wondered how It happened."
OSjr BULLETIN ADB PAY -am
On that SMILE last
made of White
Buckskin, and only
$5.00, for men of
Shoe 'Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Tel. 282.