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VOL. XI. NO. 4363.
LIGHTFOOT ON MAUI SCHOOL HOUSE;
ESCAPE OF HATA.PAINT-NO TEACHER
Negoro Recently With Man Wanted
by Police Judge Ojccts to Atti
tude of Attorney Sentencing
Sycophants of Kahuku.
An attempt wus m.ulc this inorn
Ini; In tlic com pluic) tilnl bo
lom Judge l)o Holt to lenevv
the .ilnct examination of Nc
goro on tho. forco und ofrict of
tt-rtniii words uppeni Ine In the JIJI
iiiiiiplitlucd of by tile prosecution. It
tinned out, howctci, tli.it llio ilc
fuiee vvns not pi ep.it oil with their
il.itn, iinil that plinsn of tlio taso
went over, aftui sumo discussion, to
tho next session of tho touit, to
morrow. Kinney tliurciiimn resuiii
eil It Ih cross-oxnniln itlnu. lie
hioiight out (ioiii tho witness tint
the witness, nfler writing out In
Japanese the usual draft of the de
mand of tho Kahuku laborers went
with hln (o-ilcfeuilniits to Kiihuku.
where they ntleinleil a largo meet
ing of sttlkcis, nml fipoHe at Home
luigth On (.lose examination he
admitted that while lit Kiiliuhu In
dose ((inference with certnln of tho
local Htilke lenders his on-defend-iinls,
Miil.lno, Tusakn and Sogn iM
Mie.iteil wlthditiwlng the sentence of
being n sjcophmit hi to ono of tho
four men who had liien declared
sjiophnnts nml oidcrod to lcno the
plantation In three dns. Negoro
would not admit that he ntlrec tl op
posed tho idea of lnoity for thlM one
man. hut did admit that ho spoko
In ii general wny ngulnat any ex
ceptions being made In f,ior of any
sjinphiint, lie ndmllH that Ills re
marks followed tho ple.i of meicy
made by his (o-defcnilunts, nml ad
mitted that an a miiUci of fact tho
(entcnee paused by the Inlmrois was
not withdrawn against tho man in
question. Hint Issue being finally left
to (lie strikers, he, how over, not hav
ing withdrawn his lenmrks or views.
The piosoeutlon ov Ideally Intro
iluceil the ovldcnce to show flint tho
defendants not only advlted In a
geueial way, tho expulsion of all
tcnphnnts, hut actually took ptrt,
at least at Knhuku, In a mealing of
FtilkerH, who then anil thcro uctu
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s? I v It
New Summer and Fall Styles now open.
The Kash Co., Ltd
Comer Hotel and Fort St.
SUPERVISORS VOTE TO
BUILD NEW1 SCHOOL HOUSE
They Have no Teacher One Teach
er Refuses to Allow County Offi
cial to Put His Brand of Paint
(Special to tho Bulletin.)
WA1LUKV, Miiul, Aug. 0. At
the last meeting of the .Maul Hoard
of SitpeivUois $21,000 was appro
pi Inted for new school houHea and
repaint to school houses for tho six
months ending Dec. 31, 1900. Tho
County rathers ljellced that they
had done their dut In nppropi lilt
ing that amount.
The 111 at thing they did wus to
build n now school house nt KAIlua,
where It is absolutely necessary, as
there are nearly thlity chtldien over;
theie awaiting a school house.. HuL
tho Commissioners of IMurallon dld
not 'have sufllrlent nioncy tii employ
a teacher, so (he building will stand
without a teacher until the commis
sioners seo their way clear to send
ono for tho chlldien. Home of the
school bouses put up two or threo
jc.irs ago aio now badly in need of
repairs mid repainting and a lingo
amount will have to go that way.
Hut the Hoard of Supcrvlsnis aro
having trouble with some of tho
tciu tiers wlio mo appointees of tho
Commissioners of Education and aro
therefoio in no wny responsible to
the County I'utbcrs.
Somo of the teachers clnlm that
they have not received Instructions
to allow leprcscntatlves of tho Coun
ts fathers to oven enter a Territor
ial building, Mich as n school house,
theieforo tho necessary repairs will
not bo attended to until the required
passes mo obtained from hondquar
teis In Honolulu. Somo of the
school buildings nrc In need of
Itoid Superintendent W. E. Hat of
Walluku DIstilct emplojcd a painter
ono day this week to paint n certain
school liouso In bis district. Tho
painter wnt with his paint pot and
brush, nml when ho arrhed at his
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Are always held in
higher esteem than
those who are less par
ticular. It's because
the clothes reflect, to
a large degree, the
tastes and character
of the wearer. It is
easy to keep well
dressed if you wear
10 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY. AUGUST 0. 1809. 10 PAGES.
'S LAUGH VRS JUDGE DE BOLT
:FUSES CHINA'S LAST REQUEST
At the time mllltnr.t operations he
gnu at Diamond Head, Governor )Yenr
made an official request on behalf of
the. Turltory to tho War Department;
uiui two sues, ono on the southwest j
Eldo and one on tho northeast slope I
of Dlnmmid Me ad bo retained by tho
Territory ns resort olr locutions, nml
not bo iticludid In the military reset--wit
Major Wlnslow lias Just, rccehed
fiom Washington a general order is-
Rued by the War Department, the
to use of which is that tho site on tho
ninth west slope, embracing about flio
nml n half acres, has been returned
to tho Teirltorj, while the location on
the northeast corner lias been refused.
It therefore means a compromise on
the pirt of the Sccrctarj of War In
consilium tho request of the Tcrrl
toiy, In which tho latter gain one res
molr situ and, loso ono.
II Iff llllin I f !
rvflHAMI KA AllAIIM
IN TOILS OF LAW
Jloleasctl from tho law's grasp bj
the M'idlct of not guilty, decided upon
by a Toileral Jury only a few das ago
Kltchltaro Nakamiira was tguln taken
into custody today for perjury, on h
complaint sworn to by United Sluttu
District Attorney Ureikons.
Tho Japanese, who hud been ac
quitted on a chargo of iuipoitlng wo
men Xiom Japan for Immoral purposes,
t.wora nt tho Iminlgrntlon StAllon that
ono Jltjo Tukljuwa, "otburwisu known
as Ml n Nakamtira." yian his- wife,
which, declares tho. complaint, was
done knowing that It was not tho
truth. Hence- Nakamiira will again
And himself 1 utile saiiio coiut flora
which ho was lately released.
Wnlalua wus let down a little tblJ
morning on tho Stock Kxchangp.
Thcro was no reason for It particular
ly, except that somo people think tho
ttoek choutd sag back a llttlo and gut i
v new start. Then It will go to $113.
Pioneer Is the stock. Jumping Just at
piesent. After selling nt 177VJ on
Saturday, 180 was tho lowest flgiiie at
which it could bo obtained today and
it sold for that In blocks of twenty
five. Hawaiian Commercial Is fust
making a now tecord, selling on tho
Hoard Joday at 33 25. Many orders
for McUryde and Olua at tho market
prico ore reported coming In from
tlio country districts. San Francisco
market Is reported as strong with In
creasing Interest In tho general list.
GETS ONE YEAR.
Harada was this afternoon sen'
fenced to ono year in orison after lmv.
lug pleaded guilty to violating tho Ed-'
mauds Act. A threo days' argument
and oxnmlnatlon of witnesses has
been held to determine tho sentctico,
which was given by Judge Dole.
Judge Woodruff Is now trying his first
cobo, that of Morlmoto.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
OUR TRUST DEPARTMENT 18
WhUY EQUIPPED TO HANDLE
FIDUCIARY BUSINESS OF EVERY
KIND, AND BERKS APPOINTMENT
AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR.
AND GUARDIAN, ASSIGNEE, REO
ISTRAR, TRANSFER AND FISCAL
AC-ENT AND AS TRUSTEE FOR IN
DIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS.
Trust Department :
Hawaiian Trust Company,
That the Mutual Telephone Com
pany lias been figuring on nn au
tomatic tcleldiono )steni for Hono
lulu has evidently readied the ears
of the Hell Comp'an) at San r'rnn
clsco, for It Is noW known that the
f,e"ernl " ? the company In
"l0 T" . V f "' KorM ""'n'1
iui iiuiiuiuiu hiiu win rearu nere
As Plait, tho roprescntntlve of the
nltlnmn I In Inlnii1innn Ih t a..i I . ..
iiniimnv iviviiuiii; illirivnia, 13 Kill
l"11' Ra'" boat. t Icks ns If there
would be an Interesting time when
the rivals reach here. Tho direc
tors of the Mutual Company decided
to send for Piatt In order to hae
him lay (before thom n cninprehen
slo demonstration of the automatic
Hjstem, Its cost and equipment. The
Hull Company's lanugcr wilt use
cery effort, no doubt, to discredit
tho automatic syiteni and persuade
the company here to continue with
George H, Carter snld this morn
ing: "Yes, we have teat tied the
Hell manager Is on. ttte xutne steamer
with' Piatt. Kvidently the former
Intends to do some talking for the
present system, although he may be
coming on a vacation. However, we
sent for Mr. Piatt, and ha will be
here on the 11th."
A big fight has been on for )ears
on the mainland between the Hell
Telephone Company and the Auto
matic Company, and in many cases
the trouble has been carried Into
court and thousinds spent In the
battle for supremacy, ,
"It may result," said Mr. Carter,
"In our getting the ery best s)s-
tent for Honolulu. Hlvalry Is a good
tiling in business."
Circular Issued by President Setting
Forth Scheme for Raising Mon
ey Applications Already in
for Ground Floor,
Plans for the now Chambor of
Commerce building are rapidly ma
turing, and a general clrculer let-
tor wna "!,u!d today by tho prcsl
dont and sent to the members. At
tuched to the letter Is a prospectus
showing monthly receipts and ex
penditures. In order to provide the necessary
funds to carry through the enter
prise It Is proposed to receive cash
donations from such members and
friends having Hawaii's prcBtlgo at
heart as may bo ablo and willing to
contribute and Issue shares of build-
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Made fresh every day. We
are, in a position to tell yon
Hotel near Union. '
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
Young Hotel Laundry,
SHEBA IS ABLE
TO LEAVE BED
It IMItor Shebi, who narrowly cr.- U
t: caped assassination last Tiles- U
It day because of his opposition to it
K tho program of the Higher Wage It
tt Association, Is In tho last stages tt
8 of convalescence nt the Queen's tt
U hospital. tt
U Inquiry at tho hospital this af- tt
tt tcrnoon brought tho statement tt
tt Hint Sheba was ablo to leave his tt
tt bed and could be expected to bo tt
tt released from the hospital with- tt
it In the course of Hie week. tt
The trustees of tho Hlshop Estato
lao written to the Department of
Public Works fixing tho price on the
land nt the corner of Nnuanii 'and
1'ano.i streets nt 1 12.000. Thero are
r. llttlo over two acres In the tract.
Concerning that ground which has
been known as tho Atkinson Park at
Kakaako, which the Tvrritoiy wished
to purchase, will not be sold by the
Estate but they express themselves
as willing to give a long lease at a
romlnal price of one dollar a enr
over .and above taxes.
Report Made By
Be Raised By Popular Subscription-Territorial
Donate Site '
Tho National Guard of Hawaii are
now assured of a new Armory. Oeorge
W, Smith, chairman of tlio special com
mittee appointed by tho Merchants'
Association to Investigate the matter,
today sent his rejKirt to. Vlco Presi
dent Walter Dillingham, which Is fav
orable to the project, and gives as
surance that the Territory Is willing
to glvo a suitable slto for building an
A special meeting will bo called In
tho near future at which tho report
will bo taken up and passed on. Tho
150,000 required to erect a building,
will bo raised by popular subscription
and committees will bo selected to
tako special chargo of tho detail
work. Plans and specifications of sev
eral buildings are under consideration.
Several sites havo also been looked at
and will be discussed at tho meotlng.
S.S. Hilonian, Aug. 10
FOR ALLIOAT0E PEARS, PINE
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
Hollister Drug Co.
When Inspector Houston leaves on
the Kukul tomorrow for Hawaii foi
his regular quarterly Inspection ttlp
of lighthouse stations on tho Island, ha
will nlso search for the lost schoon
ir Ada, which has bien missing for
twenty-six days, en route from Hllo to
this port loaded with scraplnm. The
schooner Is owned by Alec Dmvtott,
valued at (2000. Ho has fallej In se
curing any satisfactory clue as to the
loafs whereabout, and now IhIIkvim
thv has bono to the bottom with all
It bus been learned that alter tho
Ada left Hllo, tho captain piu lu at
I aauhau landing about tlio timu a
storm swept tlirougch this section lu
o.ulry at tiiat place however 'ailed to
disclose how long the Ada t inalm-d
there, other than she ran iuto th"
landing, tied up and the cr-w wore
nshoro for somo time. As to whou
rhe left thero has not jot been Usui
tallied. Dow sett thought at first tho
trcw had put In for a plcnlo or s;.rie
but be luu now given up that litaa, and
fears that the vessel with her crew Is
lost. Inspector Houston will make
close Inquiries and.do all in blk totter
to llnd out an) thing possible it! c at
the ill fated schooner.
Chang Kim, ex-Chlneso Interpreter
of the Circuit Court, went dov u to Ka
luaiiul this morning In company with
Mayor Kern, on Chinese business. He
will return this afterinoon.
In regard to the proposed plan .Mr.
Dillingham said: "Tho 150,000 ought
to bo easily raised In this community
for an object as worthy as this Is. This
city should keep paco with other cities
away from hero In flro and ixillco con
trol, uml wo aro not going ahead of
the policy of cities In the United
States In doing everything to further
tho develppment of tho National
Guard. In San Francisco they raised
$100,000 in a short tlmo, and when It
comes to raising money for fleet en
tertainment wo aro right to tho front.
Wo should therefore have no truublo
In getting this required amount easily
and promptly. An Armory not alone
furnishes a homo for tho Guard, but
encourages enlistment and gives the
bos club facilities In generul which
Laird, Schober & Co.
IN LADIES' FOOTWEAR.
The very latest Eastern novelties, consisting of pumps
and one, two and three-eyelet Dresden tics. In patent
leathers, bronie kids, black, white and gieen '.-ledes, gold,
silver and colors. Trimmed with buckles, sl.dcs and pom
poms. For afternoon and evening dress.
These styles are so new that cuts to illustrate them
were unattainable at the factory. Call and sec them and
try them on. You are cordially invited.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TOKIO, Aug. 0. The Chinese
government has asked that the work
on the Antung-Mukdcn railway by
Japan shall be suspended pending
further negotiations. Japan re
soouds with the declaration that the
matter is finally closed and no fur
ther negotiations are necessary
China virtually concedes the recon
struction of the railway, but wishes
a further understanding as to its
SPOKANE. Wash.. Aug. 0. Tho
Irrigation Congress convened hero
today with the largest representa
tion of States and Territories ever
assembled since the national move
ment was started. President Toft
sent a message to the delegates in
which he commended the purpose of
BERLIN. Aug. 0. It is stated
here with semi-official authority that
Greece will refuse to renounce its
right to the island of Crete and will
lefer Turkey to the European pow
STOCKHOLM. Sweden, Aug. 9.
The strike conditions have reached
such a serious state that the Farm
ers' Association has anpcalcd to the
people to help save the crops, Rc-
I fusal of the farm hands to work will
not only cause great loss to the
I farmers, but bring starvation to the
poorer classes in the winter.
AMOY. China, Aug. 8. There
have been 103 deaths from bubonio
plague in this city during the last
two weeks and fifty from cholera.
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