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Prom San Francisco:
Kntcn . . . Aug. 11
Tor Snn Francisco: ,. .
Slbeila ...Aug. 6
I HlA7T?.MT'rm.' ;" KTTT'.t .tiTfiTXT
If there arc ten good servants
juit now in tliis city who are look
ing for places, nine of them are
reading Bulletin Want Ads,
Trom Vancouver: 1 1
Mnrama Aug. 20
For Vancouver: " '
' Maktira Aug. 17
Bulletin Ads are always profitable reading for Hbnifalu housewives
VOL. XI. NO, 4381.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF -HAWAII, FHIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1909.J-8 PAGES.
PRICE- 5 CENTS.
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PROCjRAM FQR V1S1TINC1 CONGRESSMEN
IS LIGHTFOOT ,
Sheba's Assailant Asks High-Wage Attor-
4 ney. To Defend Him-No Longer
Gets Outside Food-Risk Too Great
Moil, Hip Ki'lf-u(iiif"MBi,l would bo,
slajer if IMItoi She!) i, iipueiircti lie
fnro Judge Andradu nt tlio Pollco
Ciiinl IIiIh morning. Tlio unn w.ih ub
ndutelj -so f-possessol mill keenl
nlert to the ccmit procediiru In an
rwer to ii iniesllnn as to whether ho
wished 'to Avalve examination In the
l'lillcj Court, do topllodi "I want'tu
consult in) law jufMliUjiftei noon "
In answer to nn Inquiry iih to wh.it
attorney w-i-v to icpiiymnt Itlni Mjnl
replied: "Mr, .1. Llglilfpo'l ie my lnvv
,n mill I .1 n I Id see -iilni IIiIh urtcr
II.1UII." .Indue Amlratle icm Hided tlio- nc
riiM'il till tdinoiKiw morning lint as
I In- (Irnncl Jury lua found n tniojilll
ng-ilnst lilni. he wan tnke.i to JiiiIkp
Dp Ilolt'H court thlH afternoon at J
Although the, press la not allowed
to lnterImv lorl. talcs of IiIh (IoIiikh
coinn to lianil. On heliiK ciupatloneil
iiK'aln ubont his actions last Tneailny
KUROIWA GETS SEVERAL
' YEARS IN 0AIIU PRISON.
First Sentence Passed in,. Criminal
Cases Strontr Reply ,to Flea of
Difference in Orientals Made by
One of tho stfffost sentences that
was out p.tsced from tho Kedeinl
benib In similar cases w.ir tip's mohi
lug nwariUd lo Kurolwi, w'im was glv
en 2 oars' imprisonment on n clnigo
of adultery. -This Is tho first sentence
glM-n nliice tho court cniiiinoucud on
the criminal crbos this term.
Iiel(ius to giving sentence, JuiKo
rinln hiiIiI "Tlio JanniiPBo In th Is
louutiy hue had ojiportunltles to'tJ plus of tho hlstoilr hni
know what the law Is and the attl
tinlo of tho enurttf." This Is mi answ-
er In pait to tho usuil plea or counsel
uiglng consideration of tho dlfferenco
liftwoen Oriental and Occidental
Ideals mid reasoning,
(Continued on Page 5) '
One-piece Rompers in attractive
patterns just in. See ourwindow
ful. and then come in the store
and see hundreds more.
Pripes 50c upward
The Kash Co.,
Corner Hotel and Fort St.'
III I Bl
'The lemRinilier ho
.. ... .a t..
m Iii tin. nfflco tthen I wiik ininliieil
Iiiih ull the nott-Bi you hud better neo Those men. wllh the wnrKcra al
her." He has unit tallilnn of the cano rpnily In the camp, gives Onlm plan
ami refers ov'-rjbmlj to 'lie slenog tatlon In the.vlclnlty of eight and nine
rnphei report. huiulred Japanese
Moil no longer gets Mr moils from I
the imlHlilo; the lUk was too groat.' At Honolulu plantation a good nu-n
It wjb thought, by th" olite depirt- c moed Into tlio camp Just night,
ineiit lint If hiijouc else had .iirldea nd during Saturday and Sunday iho
that Jlorl would say too much under trn to work will be general.
pusmne, It nilslil ocjur lo mem to
ilnclor MoiI'h food In biicIi a 4y that
nftei partaking of II he would pasa
lUirtothoboiiiiiofiom whlrli no trav.
(lei- lelutiiH 4 '
Mori had licit boon Informed that tlio
Oiand Jury has returned a true bill
Orand Jury bad rotmneii . true bill
pgalnst him. and ho restu! In his
to appear before Jmlne. Andrade to-
moi row mm nlnt; I
Mr. l.!ghtfo.it could pot bo oen, he I
l.-nlllir bus In tlio Circuit f!nnrt. Ills
filetids Btated himovor that h6 Is not
nn I will not bo Mori's oltoriiey.
treasures: GO, TO
' GOOKE LIBRARY
Will of Late Sercno Bishop Filed
Property and Library Divided
Between Son and Daughter
Historic Relics to College.
tt The last will and fs'ni.ient of tt
St Serum IMwards lilsl-op.' do- ti
tt ceased, was this mbrutr, Tiled In tt
the Circuit Court. In It Jonathan tt
Shaw and Aitbur 0, AWajider U
tt weio named ns executors and tt
tt releived from bond iqu.,umi'nti tt
tt by the terms of the will. Judge 'tt
St Itobtnson Uiiued lotion, testa- tt
SS menial to Out two named.'- , St
St Accoidlng to, tho will, the tt
St Coako .Library oft Oah'i Collego tt
St will be Hie richer by tho late tt
It Mr. UlUiop's Bplcndld collection tt
St of eirly Hawaiian printing,' In-tSt
SS eluding primers mid gospels. A St
St tin toisc shell cover bln't sam- tt
SS of bis parents which will also be tt
....... ...... ........a ,
SS piosdited to tho Ubraiy It
SS Ills son, John 8. lUnup, re' tt
tl celves tho propoity on Hie ponln-'St
St inilii'anil tho Inst lot onped by tt
St Ills father In the Kallu t:-iLt. All St
(Continued on Page 2)
400 MEN MOVE '
IN AT WAIPAHU
OLD STrIkE GUARD AT
AALA IS NOT RECONCILED
Hanager Bull Now Has About Five
Hundred Japanese' in Camps
Returning to Afea What Men
Are 'Saying; 'at Aala.
J, Iletwocn four anil Qye liuiiilicil Jap-
snuee inuorerH niutn miu ;uo camps
of Oahu pliiutadnn during the .noon
hour' today. Theao men with their
lutnllleH have been In the lown 'oi
Wnlpahu for the last two ilayg and re-
I iirnml in mtt 1 iruln t.
turneil to woik toilni
Thoro Is still an atmospberl- of b't.
torness In Aala lane. ,
,Whlle there remains any of the
Ntrlko fuhd avilll.iblo In the li.iudH of
''o committee, certain or the. hard
beaded strikers will not return t6
In Walpiibu or Alea. ThlV may
iVf for work on other plantations, but
they may not try for this until tho
strike fund Is exhausted! 4
Thay seem to think that they arc
cntltlod tp the support of dtrlko. lead-
"" 8lnce fey wore encoiraged by
them to strike. On the other hand
they still hcllec that all tile strikers
who hnvo returned to work are making
a big break.' They hold tl.at In the
future they will not receive the same
consideration nt tho hands of tho
plnntirs. In other words they feel
(Continued on Pact')
Walnloe, 'Kaimukt and Pulolo
have mket the Hoard of Supervisors
for an eight-room school bouse, and
they have been Informed- that tl(ux'
would haYetto ,(ol to l"',e Territory,
mid Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion for the land and building. Su
pervisor Logan told them at last
night's meeting that-1 the Codnly
Hoard bad jurisdiction, in the main
tenance of schools only'. C .
I It was the understanding of the
Improvement Club, according to the
resolution passed by the Hoard of
Public Instruction lu accordance
with Act 101 to amend Section 63 of
Act 118 paused 'by. Hie last Legisla
ture, that the Supervisors-build the
tchool houses when requested and
eqiilp them, but it seems now they
are In a mix-up over tho matter.
Superintendent Uabbltt stated a't tho
first session of tho Cammlssloneia of
Public Instruction that the Hoard of
Supervisors had .'absolute power,
(Continued on Page i
OUR TRUST DEPARTMENT IS
FULLY EQUIPPED TO HANDLE
FIDUCIARY BUSINESS OP EVERT
KIND. AND SEEKS APPOINTMENT
, T,. .. , ,
. As' EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR.
AND QUARDIAN, A8SlGNEE,IREd-M
. ISTRAR, TRANSrErf ANp FISCAL;'
j AdENT AND AS fR.USTEB FOR IN-'
UlVIUUAlS ANU UUlUtmATlONS
i fl ., LMtefHWU
II I 1
ORAU. Aldria. Aue,
RWts haye catJoS a part of the wa
ter supply V 'XelUla. and an epi
demic ii threatened , The' position. '
of the Spanish it precarious. ' The
Riffs are a native tribev inhabiting '
we monntainois icciioiis aaoni me
scene of action.
Am, 6. King Alfonso
t... i..mA . i,.1am.inn .hntl.ttli,.
v,. ...t.iX. Jl ,,- 4,. i ....
the provision flowing, the' payment
of a monev indemnity In lieu or mil-,
itary service. This place .every j
mam ot serviceable age liable to call
for duty in the army,
WASHINGTPKVAng'. U' Presi
dent Taft left Washington today for
his' summer home at Beverly' Man.
He will not return to the capital un
til after.his trip to the Pacific Coast.
KIEL, Germany, Aug. 6. f The
perman fleettis assembling in 'prep
oration for the reception 'of (Jzar
STOCKHOLM Sweden, Aug. 6.
Troops are patrolling the roads to
prevent the striken from interfer
ing with the farmers bringing pro
duce tothe city. . ' . "
) ,Maoe. 'fresh every day. Wo
! are in a position Jo, tell you
Hotel near Union.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
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1 ?fX U V
a m W
l Young Hotel Laundry,
Telephone 381. -
WHEEL OF JUSTICE
SLIPS A COG-STOPS,
,Iui0S PUZZLES COURT.
But Problem I Solved When Paint
ihh the Lu of lattice-
.ConjpiracT Trial Adjourni.
Tho Wheel of 'Justice, oiled with
Scbtch whiskey, runs but poorly and t
In (he conspiracy t,rlaj this morning,
r'topped altogether upon the failure of(
Ju'ior Ci A. Yarrlck to put In an ap-k
iwarance. Yarrlck atipllod tb, Scotch
j whiskey, or Its equivalent iiei nodal-
ly, and being a cog In the above men
tioned Wheel, threw all out of gear.
It Is reported thilhls condition wns
largely brought about throl.Ji.tho In-
Anence of parties desiring to defeuf.
.the prosecution '
lie was missing rrom ni.i feat mis
morning, wnen couri- was cauoxi, im
was laterlound In a saloon al tho cor-
'.n- .. KT.....r . trin. I.. im lnlA..
llfl ll ,t,lldllll uiju ciiih, i t iiitw-
lesion couciiiioii. a woman nfar nm
h ' on'Llkcllke Lane saw him go
t thl(l morllng-early and when ho
W1j foull!l nu WM na,0 Btantt
High Sheriff Henry took ientpnrary
charge or him. r
I The court waited about twenty mln-
lite and, Kinney exprossd himself
willing to iiroeoed with the trial .with
eleven Jurors' ,but JJghtJoot asked for
aajournraeni, to ermii mm in prcviof thoso pretn.tlo leave the details
purii ct-riuiu yuiierv wmuii utt wibiivh
to enter In his case and wnlcll he lias
not yet had time to hiint tip. The
trial was adjourned until 8:30 Mon
The- matter of Juror Yarrlck will
come before Jlho court Monday apd ho
win five nis explanation men.
Charged with assault with a deadly
weapon with (nlertt to kill, Tomaklchl
Mori was? thla morning indicted by
theTerritorial Orand Jury and will be'
arraigned before' Judge De Dolt this
afternoon at 2 o'clock. In the langu
age of the Indictment, tho act t was
committed with "deliberate premed
During the course of tho proceed
ings the clothes of Sheba, whom Mori
assaulted, were brought in, ghastly
with blood-, 'and many witnesses were
oxnmlned., ' '
The Juiy convenod In Judge Whit
ney's court room aa the room former
ly allotted to them has been changed
to Chambers for Judge Woodruff. m
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 6,' Su
gar SS analysis beets, lOs'101-Jld.
Parity. 4.29 cents.
tation, 10s 9 3-4d.
Bulletin Basinets Office Fbeat MS.
Riilletln Editorial Boom PhomelSA,
S.S. Hilonian, July "10
FOR ALLIGATOR PEARS. PINE-'
EXPERT FRUIT SUFFERS.
Gommittee Holds Session and Strives to
Luaus To Be
Kcwcr lauas for the visiting vcou
Sressmen and more time to bo de
voted t oslghtseelng of nn educa
tional 'nature, weio the two conclu
sions that were emphasized nt the
meeting of the reception
tee In the office of Ooveri
tit 1h morning,
Tho mtetlng wag at,endcd by Onv-
ffi 1. W K-hta -.ljr
Chllllngworth. Senator W. 0. Smith.
Ilfilinrt Rlllnvlf, Snrri.ftiri' fif thit
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lorriiory oiuii-aiiiiin nnu Manager
Kennedy of tho Inter-Island Steam
ship Company, who was called Into
A tentative program was agreed
upon by, the committee, after 1'rlaio
'K"uhlo was elected lo tho chairman
'ship and Mott-Boiltn as secretary.
Thet mat a disposition on tfio pal I.
of tho reception on the other'lslandy
-j. . - ,
Of LASS PUZZLES
Ask for a Guardian, and Judge
Robinson, When About to Give
iYt rtft1vt VinAa tint That fill 1
, Doesn't Need) One.
tt It took a se.sl'on cf th. Cltcult tt
f. Court this morolnn to discover tt
jt: ihut Clitllhornilna dif.Fiaca wns St1
tl 18 Joars old. ' t:
ti . A. D. Castro filed a volition to tt
St be appointed g'tardlan of Gull- tt
tt heruilna and her sNiers, Tivlllno. tt
St Mariana and Marie and her tt
tt brother .Ernest. In tho Itetlllon tt
tt Miss Ouilhermlna'a ago .,-as glv St
tt, en as 17 In accordance -.j tlio nn- tt
tt written law that gUed .umbers tt
tt of the fair sex the llgit1 o wink, tt
tt the other eye ai Time. tt
tt .However when Judgo ttublnson tl
tt tosltatlngly asked how old she tt
tt might te.sho decided Jlml Tlmo tt
tt assisted by the M.ijesty of the tt
tt Law must not bo winked nt and tt
tt blushlngly acknowledge,; that sbo tt
St was eighteen, ' U
tt "Whatr said tho Twice. "Why, tt
tt she don't need a guardian. She's tt
tt of age." tt
tt Qullhermlna ln,ve".tit;ated and tt
tt i!lscovered,that the petition had tt
St been drawn up be4b,o her tt
tt eighteenth birthday. th;- month, tt
tt The' guardianship or tin other tt
tt children was awarded to Mi. Cas- tt
tt tro. It was stated Ji tni petition tt
tt that there la SIOPO t'Uo tho heirs tt
SJ-from tho I.UBlfnnla and San An- tt
tt tonlo llenovolent StclelUs. tt
to th wishes of the rsldents, and not
Itidorhc mi) tblug llnnlly beond tho
dati-H of the arrival nt the Island
ports b) the exruslou party, which,
will hare to be known In advuiico
so tho necesmiryi arrangements enn
' be made
b)' the Intel -Island Com-
Aug. 30. .Miiinlt) Par i arrive
from San I'ranclscn. Surf tiding In
Allg. .11 Tiic7d.i) M'li public Insll
tutloiis. inllltiiry'ixKih edv "icilptlon
Kf Covrinor's In afuiiuiti Dmco
end baud al Minna.'
Sept, J. WedncKdrv --Vlj-lt Pearl
Harbor, Lellehiu Camo ami iiienppb
d'lantntlous l.nmli -tl Mliehuii nni'
I olo name.
Sept. 2, Tljurvdiy AiitinnolilhTrldc
b Pall to Halelwa mid return to
' Sepf 3, Fildu) Mus'c id Sensldo
diuicc- (Day off) n M. i all for
(Continued on' Page 8)'
PROMISED AT ONCE.
Better- Street- Car Service Assured
" Marston Campbell Makes Offer
of Land for Park Want Super-
visors to Complete Belt Road.
Wntalae is now- assured i.f pulill
park. At last night's innctl.igtif tb
Walntne, Kolmukl and I'alcio Improv
ment CUb, n tiact of fiflei-n acres wu.
offered by u meibber of tho. Club in.
very low flgnies wllh'the UiuUrstaiitr
lg that K the Torrilnr) inrhnbeil
the land, It was to lie lined fur. pari '
purposes alone. It Is usiluratiKM' Oil,
iipreoment Iiiih practically been
reached with SupcilntemHit.Q'jtmp
bell, mid the details will bo worked
out aa rapidly us posMlblo.
In the communication tnun amierln
tendent Campbell to the Ciub, in
nre also nssurod.of the Imufcillato con
striictlou of the new Knit mkl rcsei
voir, on which tho Territory jJs ti
spend $40,000. The plans mid specif!
cutloas nio completed mid work w )
begin at once on tho sit. Mr. Camp,
bell also offered tho crater in ono or
the old blovr holes on tho Urn ot l)li
mond Head, to tho Club for par.c
purposes. Other residents have jiiii
dinned land bordering this crater, and.
Iu(ca80 tho crater Is accepted for iv
(Continued on Page 2)
On that SMILE lastt
made1 of White
Buckskin, and only
95.00, for men of
Shoe . Co., Ltd.,