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VOL XI. NO. 4377.
8 PAGES. HONOLUIU, TEBMTOtftY OF HAWAII MONDAY, AUGUST, J1909. 8 PAGES.
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FLEET HERE SEPT. II
STAY A MONTH
WASHINGTON. August 2. Definite orders were issued today for
the sailing of the Pacific fleet in command of Admiral Sebree for a
cruise of the waters of the Philippines and the Orient. The fleet will
be scheduled to arrive in Honolulu- on September 11, where it will re
main for nearly a month. After cruising in the Orient it will return,
arriving at Honolulu Feb. 1, remaining a week.
m i . i .
"JOKER" IN TARIFF
. WASHINGTON, August 2. The members of the Conference Com
mittee on the tariff were called together today to correct a "joker" in
the. bill, relating to the tariff on leather. The lower duties on hides and
lumber were carried through the committee and an attempt was made
io mimpuiaie me raie on-learner.
Johnson Money Posted
CHICAGO, August 2. Jack Jo'inson, the negro heavyweight, today
covered the- $5,000 forfeit posted by'Jeffrie as a guarantee for a fight
for the chamnionshin. ' ''.' '
Czar and King Meet
COWES, England, August 2'. Czar Nicholas and the Empress met
King Ed A-ard and Quien Alexandra at this place today with imposing
ceremony. A large fleet of British warships was reviewed by the mn-
PARIS, August 2. It is reported herc thnt several Spanish com
munes have proclaimed a republic and that a junta is directing the
campaign of the revolutionists. The Spanish government has -seized .
oil the telegraph wire's of the country and keeps a strict censorship over
AS NOW MADE UP
(Special to Tho llitlletln) ,
Washington, July 21. Tho last sed
ition of the Hawaiian Legislature
passed a Joint Resolution authorizing
the Delegate, Kulnninnaolo, to Invito
n party of twenty-live members of
Congress to visit the Islands this sum
mer as tho guests of tho Territory.
Owing to the absence of tho Dele
gate, who Is now In Honolulu, arrange
ments for the party are being mude
by his secretary, (Jeorgo 1), McClel
Ian. Tile party will assemble at Chicago
August 19th and will go to San Fran
cisco on tW Overland Umltcd train.
There they will bo entertained for a
day by tho San Francisco Chamber of
Commerce, and on August 24th will
sail for Honolulu on the steamer Si
beria. The party will spend eighteen dayi
In Hawaii, making visits to the foti.
largest Islands, with a number of nli!.
trips by automobile and railroad on
each island which is visited.
Judging from tho experience of the
party which visited Hawaii two years
ago, a thoroughly enjoyable trip may
well be anticipated by thoso who ate
to go' this year.
The party Is expected to reach Sun
Francisco Jn the return trip 8t plum
ber 24th; from thcro a number 'of the,
members will go to Seattle to visit
tho exposition. Tho CKiimlttrj) on1
Naval Affairs will also make Inspec
tions of the Navy Yards at Mare Is
land and at Seattle', ob well as tho
new station .which Is now being devel
oped at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
It is how expected thai the party
will Include the following members of
Congress: Senator V. II, Heybum
and wife, Senator Jonathan Uourne,
Hon. Oeorgo Ii Foss, chairman of tiiu
Committee on Naval Affairs, and tho
following members of that Committee
Congressman J. Van V. Olcotl, A. I..
Hates. W. A. Thomas, A. F, Dawson,
Win. H. Ellis. I.. V. Padgett, A. W.
Oregg and J. T. WatkltiH,
Also Hon. .lames n. Tawney, chair
man Committee on Appropriations;
Hon. Htchard Uartholdt, chairman
Committee; on Public llulldlngs; Hon.
Chan. F. Scott, chairman of the Com
mltteo on Agriculture; Hon. W. A,
Heeder, chairman of the Committee
on Irrigation; Hon. J, M. Miller, chair
man of the Committee on Claims;
Hnn, Win. D. Greene chad man of khe
Committee on Merchant Marine, Con
gressman James T. I.loyd and Wm. 11.
Houston of the Committee on Terri
tories; James Mcuichlan', II. Olln
Young and Hen. 0. Humphreys ol the
Committee on Hive and Hnrbors;
Hon. Nicholas Uipgworth of the Waya
and Means' Comjnlttee; Hon. W. A.
KOdenberg. ', tho Committee on Pub
He Uulldkigs, Xl Huh. A.' J. lurch
feld pf the Committee on Manufac
Probably about fifteen of tho mem
bers will be accompanied by their
WALTER J. FAIIY
OSAKA, Japan, Aucust 2. It is officially stated, that eleven
thousand threo hundred and sixty-eight buildings were destroyed iu the
terrible fire which swept this city.
One-piece Rompers in attractive
patterns just in. See our window
ful and then come in the store
and see hnndreds more.
Prices 50c upward
The Kash Co., "
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
W-! i :
"W.fatii.r "imt'i ,nif aiiiftfftrr -J irr.i. am.,',,;, , , -.
Practically challenging tlie good ed with tho Higher Wage Association
faith of tho prosecution in all tho cases' f Honolulu. They also deny that trio
of the Territory ogalnst Maklno, and !",pu1111 ls, ,he "rSan r ' Aocla-
... tlon although saying that It advocates
the other strlko loaders. Attorney.,.,.. ...n, ., ,k.,. .,
UghtfcKit today filed tho anav.er Of therein. Thai tho t.'Ipptt JIJI In the
Maklno and others In tim Iniunctlons organ of tho II. W. A. (s one of the
proceedings before Judge IloblnBon. contentions of the prosecution In tliu
While generally denying all except conspiracy trial,
several allegations In the bill of coni-j The answer Is that of only about 22
plnlnt of tho Oiihu Sugar Company, out of llio 30 named In the suit, for III
which In this caso Is tho plaintiff, they 'Junction and nil. deny-any cognlzanco
cay that many other proceedings InBtl- of Intimidation or, picketing or tho
tutcd against tho defendants Iu tho othor charges against therii, Those
namo of the Territory of Hawaii by .answering aro Maklno, Negoro, Soga,
Kinney, Prosser, llallou and Anderson, , Tasaka. Yamashlro,' Kawamtira, Mil
attorneys for tho Hawaiian Sugar sunuga, Salto, Harada, Ogawa: Nakn
Pfuntera' Association, nro not to pun- mur, Itsulki, Jr., Matsuda, Mlauclil
ish a crlmo but to Imprison the leail-i Yumaknl, Kawakaml, Funlilno, Sun,
crs of tho strlko in order that tho lab, jtkawa. Tanahashl. Ilashliuotu, Oka
orers will go back to work on tho' moto, Inouye, Mutsukl. i
plantation of the plaintiff. I The hearing of the enntempt pro-
They lay special stress on' their ile-' ceodlngs arising out of the suit for In
ula that tho Wnlpuhu Higher Wage Junction will be heard thlii afternoon
Association is a branch of or connect-
THE INCOME OR OUTLAY THAT.
IS KNOWN IN ADVANCE N.EYER
1IUY LIFH'INSURANCE ON THE
1IASIS OK A FIXED RATE AND A
FIXED RETURN, AND YOU WILL
NOT DE DISAPPOINTED,
at 2 o'clock.
Tho contempt, proceedings, arising
from the injunction Bult has gone over
until next Wednesday,.
I-iitor, threo answers were filed in
tho contempt proceedings which take
the place of tho oral testimony which
I.lghtfoot first wanted to enter, and
they generally deny everything. Thoy
(Continued on rt 4):
EAXS AT THE PA1M
ARE SATISFYINQ .BE
CAUSE THEY ABE
WEIL COOKED AND
WELLEBVED. YOU CAN MAKE
NO MISTAKE, IN PATRONIZING
THAT CAFE. ' HOTEL, NEAR UN
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
Young Hotel Laundry."
MAY NOT GO PflQOpH
m r.Ai inure I OOuuU
Attorney General Wiil
In The Case
JAILER NOW DEAP;
. H I1NESSES ARE FEW
Tine Is Said to Have Completely
Changed the Man in
Looks and in
Tho Attorney General's onVo Is
quietly reinvestigating the charges
and evidence in the trial of Fujlhara,
tho escaped murderer who was ca
til red on Maul after nine years of
freedom following tils escape from tho
scaffold by bribing his Jailor.
Tho case Is so old that (hare Is
none now who are aware of all tho
facts In the case Involved and tho old
records ato bolng gone through that
the entire evidence may be lahl before
the Oovenior for a new death war
rant, nv the time set for his execution
has lapsed by many years. The Jailor
whom tho Japanese claims to have
bribed Ik dead, and High Shorlff
Henry, while having a dim recollection
of tho case, Is not fu'.ty xted on It.
That a now death warrant will bo
Issued and the penalty or his crime at
mi paia lor ou tno gjnows is uuuoiibt
ed, but there Is always a chnnco that
some, one will relent whose relenting
will mean the mitigation; or his sen
After his nine years of primeval liv
ing In tho mountains, dependent on
tils own Instincts and prowess for a
livelihood,, a remarkable change la
said to have como over the man. Ills
shoulders have set themselves hack
and he lfas tho carriage and air of an
Indian. He Is now In Oahti prison.
At n meeting held this morning by I
the directors of the .Mutual Tulcplitino '
Company a resolution was passed In
dorsing' the 'amendments to the com
pany's) charter and ratifying the agree-1
ment that was entered Into' with the I
Territorial Government whereby tho
company htibmlts to u limited degree
of regulation upon tho part of the Suit
crlntendent of Public Works, a stlpu
latlon which was exacted by the Gov
t'rnniciit In return for the amend
incuts desired by the company
MAY BE AT
BOTTOM OF SEA
Whereabouts Of Schooner
I Ada Still A Mystery
RUMORS THAT SHE ifc
WENT DOWN IN STORM
Dowsctt Says Vessel Should Havo
Made Trip from Hawaii iu
About Twenty-four '
That the schooner Ada lias gnno to
the bottom nf the sea Willi nil on board
Under the agreement with the Tor- is the gencrnl opinion of shinning men
rltory tho Superintendent of Public this morning, Shu Is now sovcutecn
Works will posscfB tho power to en- days overdue and nothing h.iR been
forco good service iion tho part of heard or tlio vessel's whereabouts. Tho
the corporation In the event thM there I crew consisted of Captain Kaumoo and
Ii good ground for complaint against four sailors. The Ada Ii owned by
and doer runs."
The Governor also stated that Mr.
Irwin suggested that several lots
back of the tract he
Emma Street. Will Be
Opened To Havy
As far as he has gone In the mat
ter, Knad Supervisor John Wilson Is
satisfied with exchanging prison la
bor on the streets and In the stone
quarries for civilian workmen, al
though. It, mean about $700 more In
., 11,. ....... -...... .1. i ,..,..v
::: '"A":, .: , ": '' rw now constitutes kpi.
.v . v-.w. w, ..v t'tt.wiuiii nt;iiift mi-
en away from-Wilson.
Wilson said this morning: "While
it is going to cost the county more,
W. G. IRWIN OWES
Fifteen AcreTrcc! Will
Enlarge Confines Of
Through tho generosity of Wil
liam O. Irwin Kaplolanl Park Is to be
enlarged by the addition of a tract
of land near Diamond Head about
llftecn acres Inoxtent.
The announcement of the gift was
made yesterday morning after a
consultation between Governor Frcar
and Mr. Irwin, when the details
were agreed upon. The 'deed of tho
land to the Territory has not yet
been made, but tho final details of
the transfer will be arrangod within
tin- "ourso of a few days.
"Mr. Irwin's gift will 'greatly In
crease tho userulncss of Kaplolanl t0 ' "no. (.hipping man sr.ld this
I'ork to the public," said Governor morning; tnnt It was n wonder r,ho hajil
riuur yemeruay. 1 lie BOH IS orii,,Jl fc,pn imwn uciore MIS.
the best, and It Is the Idea to cultl-1 Manager flnlch of tho Wireless Coijif
vote It anil perhaps arrange nvlarlca i l,!U1' wnt coveral messages to Huwalif
Maul and Molnk.il this moriilngj but.
Alec, DowHutt, who values the srhoon
er at 12000. Wireless messages linvo
been Hashing hetwcru Hawaii, Mnul;
Mnlok.il ninl Honolulu slum S.iturr-
lay. but without reiults ns yet, '
Said Dowsett this morning: "Tho
natives have n hublt nf stopping off
somewhere on u picnic nnd I supposed
Hint was what happened' In (his rreiv.
1 don't knim' what to think. I hao
i it wlieliisH muHtagi's out but Imvn
heard nothing so far." Jt.
According to Dowsett's statement jJ
lie made no Inquiry previous tn Sutjir- rd
day owing to his belief that tho crlw-tt
had iiorhaps pill In -shore somowhlrcij
to have n l:lcnlp nnfvvll1iuffin.1l,.1.'
fact the Ada slmuld havo mndo the
trip under normal conditions n two
days. In fact Mr. Dowsctt nays tho
(.chooner should havo mado tho trip
In twenty-four hours.
The Adi has had n very checkered
history. Kht originally came from
Vancouver, ami In tho nrly days was
captured nn tho Coast of Hawaii ns n
i muggier All mrts of weird talcs
hnve been told-abnut hor mysterious
trips before iho nioso to the dignity
of a legltlniato carrier, and Alec. Dow.
rctt became her owner. She Is-nl 1
nnd said to lie unsoaworthy, to much
ns yet has heard nothing frogi them;"
Dowsctt called on United States l.lcht
will deed over houso Inspector Honttcn 8atlird.iv'jilii,i
to me Territory could be purchased regard tn sending the Kukiii in eirrji 1
from the Campboll CBtato nnd used f Hie lost schooner, rts tho IrorinolHiTs.'x
In connection with the fifteen acre "t of comnilneloa nt present.' rinit'.,
tract to enlarge tho confines of the Houston could not place the Kuk'ufnh' $
' N o,n i"i nun mr wtinoin
The land that tho Territory ac- Bonding a cable leiiiivst to WaVlitnc- a
quires from Mr. Irwin ,,ls moro de- ton as ho says it would liiterfern wtlh t
slrnble for park purposes thnn tho H"'lr regular work. ThereforeJVl.'tni;!
nig nns neen none, nnd for n IliTitTli :
lani rnrk, and it will be used to tho Known tho crew may bo llotmderlntl
best ndvantago. inborn in the sea shipwrecked, cfrTtho'
. ' I ""IP and men may havo gone diiwi
Tho Uullctln and Star liaseball Tlio supposition lliat she mil ini,iTiTi.i:i
!hbewV,V"r C,h""" T0 COnv5 I1"""8 Ktart l,,ny toA' ' "l0 "" "rMoloknl during 0m severe storms
the work of three prisoners. We boys series, for tho II .. 1 1 o 1 1 .. cup. a week ngo Is pot bono out by .in'
(Continued on Page 4) ) r. nice of Koloa and John Fnssotir satisfactory messapm fioin the's'i
THE BEST RESULTS
of Walmea. Kauai,
tho Young hotel.
nre registered nt points. 8ho Is loaded with scran Iron
or iionoiuiu parties.
from Fresh Fruit ship
ments are secured by
placing your orders with
those who "know how."
, Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FBUIT SHIPPEES.
On that SMILE last,
made of White
Buckskin, and onlv
$5.00, for men of J
Shoe Co., LWM
1051 Fort St.