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VOL. XI. NO. 43C4
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUOUST 10, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENT!.
MISS DE LA NUX TELLS
OF HAPPY SEATTLE TRIP
(By Sophie De La Nux.)
I I'ft mi M M I lllriiilxn mi Tnepdiiv
Jmu- 13lli at 10 i.'clock. Jinny frlun-lH
ii.mii hi i tt mini ii ?i'i' hi nil. mi
wi'in cow rod with lols which wo
tliii'W luck tci imr frleiulH as the hunt
MISS SOPHIE' DE LA NUX.
moved fiom her pilr. The bind play
id "Aloha Oe," and we tt w M f-iio'ti-II I
lo Honolulu. We bad stiii-led on our
eight data tnyugo and m ilrat t.tp
lo the Const.
NEW TARIFF BILL
RAISES LIQUOR PRICES
:: Yosli-rdnf was tho l.teL (iipor- JJ
t: tuully III.- Ihiuoi- dealeiH of the tt
:t illy had fur buying lit the old tl
SS pi Ices. This morning thu new- tt
t: tin Iff hilt, J mil passed by Con- tt
It gross went Into effect, and mi- St
it teilnlly Inci eases the duly on tho tS
ii Impoitntlon of all wet goods. It
S: (leorgo J. O'Nell, Secretary of f.
St Peacock & Co., said in regard to tt
St the Increase: ' SS
tt "Tho passago of thu tariff bill SS
SS means a decided liu-ieasu all tt
It aliiug thu line. On foreign SS
$: Scotch whiskeys fl a case ad- SS
It vance, on all French brandies and SS
SS Vermouths !2 per case, Chinese, tt
tt wines $1.75. mid on sako the In SS
SS ("("iso Is 10 cents per gallon, SS
SS Uwliu to thu treaty we havo with SS
tl Holland there will probably bit SS
SS no ihun'-w on Holland gin until It SS
tt expires, eight months from now," SS
SS Mr. O'Nell csterday nollfled SS
SS tbo trade that tho old prices had SS
tl expired. It means an Increased SS
SS rate to tbo consumer as well as SS
SS the wholesaler and retailer. SS
SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS tt It SS SS SS s: SS SS SS ss I
Man-igor Ualch of tho Wireless Com
pany left jestcidny for Ilarber's Point
to supoi Intend thu illsniant'lns of thu
old station, ns all mcu-igos will now
be sent tin Kiihiiku. Tho station was
roinpleted and ready for servlco Satur
day, and tho operator has been trans
ferieil to tho new station.
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New Summer nnd Fall Styles now open.
The Kash Co., l
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
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Miss Sophie De In Nux, who, with
I ft rm her trip to thu Alaska-Yukon
I) u 1 I e t I n extracts fiom her Journal
, through the enterprise of the 11 u I 1 c
course there Is much that Miss Da In Nux did not take tlmo to write,
nnd her notes weie Jofted down hurriedly, but there Is no doubt that
ithu Honolulu representatives were well taken care of nnd hail a good
I time. Of the other members of the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n party who went later.
Miss llo spent two weeks with her brother In San Francisco bcfoiu go
: lug to Seattle, while Miss Victor nnd Miss Duterlll went direct.
Had a ery pleasant trip even
though there were several mishaps
Two days bfcforo reaching San Fran
Cisco wo hail tenlblu windy weather
r.inl heay seas. This lasted until the
mcitilng wo reached San Francisco.
All bauds weiu on deck when land
wns tli.-iol nnd 1 was nuxlouuly watt
Irjr to seo a leal largo rlty, Tlie ferry
l.cats nxivtiig slowIi- from their piers
nnd crossing to nnd from their (lifter
Hit porta attrnclcd mo very much.
Sun Francisco and her tall buildings
loomed heforo us. We decked at !
o'clock. Many friends wero down to
meet us and we weiu very glad to seo
them. At the Kerry Hultdliig every-
body seemed In be In n terrible hurry
Tbo newsboys could not call out their! door at tho entrance of th6 Safe De
papers loud enough. A woman, dress I iioslt Vaults weights 23 tons. The
ed very peculiarly was nlso calling gentleman showing us through the
out iii ers. This wns very amusing bank requested mo to try and move It,
to me. The tall buildings nnd crowd It teemed a dllTlcult task, but It work
ed sheets all Inle'iested me. Fiom cd very easily.
pictures I had seen of tho terrible do-
rtructlon In 1'jOfi, San Francisco did
not seem to me like tho saino city. It,
has boon built up wonderfully and big I
OF NEW CHARTER
Captain of Steamer Century Has Not
Been Notified of Any Plan to
Place His Vessel on Regular
Run Between Here and Coast.
General reports havo been circulat
ed around town to the etlect that tho
Drills!) steamer Century, now docked
at the Channel wharf, will bo chart
ered by local linns to carry mall and
to do general transmutation work lie-
tween San Francisco and Honolulu.
On account of her passenger accom
modations, which aru well titled up,
the local people have interested them
telves in roving that thu scheme
might be put throush.
Captain Downle, commander of thu
Ililtthher, when seen this forenoon on
board tho stciiuer, said lio had heard
nothing about the proposed charter.
Hu sa'ld further that If such n scheme
Is being planned he could not bind
himself to any contract which may be
liesenteil to him for signature.
"I never heard of any proposition
which tends to charter this steamer
for tho purpnso of carrying mall and
general transportation work between
San Francisco nnd Honolulu," said
"I finvo no authority to sign any
contract for tho chartering of this
iteamrr. Only tho agents can do such
woik ns signing a contract
a contract. Whllo I
havo no dliect knowledge of such a'
p.oposltlon It may bo that tho agents
Arc always held in
hidher esteem than
those who are less par
ticular. It's because
the clothes reflect, to
n large degree, the
tastes and character
of the wearer. It is
easy to keep well
dressed if you' wear
her mother, recently returned
exposition, linn kindly Riven the
kept during the trip made khhII1o
1 1 n nnd her many friends. Of
buildings aio Mill going up, now build-
Ings erected since tbo tire, 10,03!,. Old
buildings remodeled since thu lire,
On Sti'idny Juno 27th, wo went
through n great deal of the Park and
also heard thu band. After dinner
we took a car ride out to tho Cliff
House and went through Sutro Unths.
On Monday Juno 28th, we went to
town nnd wero shown through some
of the largest banks mid buildings.
Wo saw tho Crocker Safu Deposit
Vaults, tho largest and best equipped
west of New York. These wero ab
tolutoly uninjured by tho great earth
(iinku and (Ire. Wo visited the Me-
tronolls Trust ami Savings Hank. The
Tuesday afternoon we went to the
top of tho Call Holtdlng. There wa
not. a bit of fog and from the inched
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REDUCED ON COAL
SS The new tariff law by n redtic- Tt
tt tlou of tho duty on coal enabled SI
SS the Iiiter-l-dam) Steam Navlgu- tt
tt Hon Company to mnko a saving SS
SS of twenty-two cents per ton, or SI
tt $1760, on tecent shipments from St
St Newcastle. tt
tt Thu coal has been In bond, tt
tt since, Its nrrlvul, on account of tt
tt tho possible change In the tariff tt
St rate. According to President J. tt
tt A. Kennedy, there were approxl- XJ
8 mntoly SOOO tons held In UiIb tt
tt manner, Mr. Kennedy said thin tt
tt morning that tho old tariff was tt
St sixty-seven cents ier ton, but tt
SS Congress reduced tho rato ta for- tt
tt ty-flve cents. . tt
St Tho fence which enclosed tho tt
SS bonded coal lms been torn down, tt
SS and thu coal Is being carted away, tt
tt Nothing has been said of a pos- St
tt slble clmngo In tho prlco or coal. t
ss ss ss :s it tt ts ss ss tt t: SS tt ss tt st ss
W. O. Smith wns today made tho ad
ministrator of tho estntu of Prlsrllln
K. IlHsslnger on petition of ICtUi It.
Sullivan. Thu ynltiu of tho estuto Ik
ere nwnro of such a matter. I belluvo
If there Is such a proposition on foot, I
will bo notified by mall when tho noxt
steumcr nrrlves from Snn Francisco.
"After I am through coaling hero I
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v v..i.j in utDniHihiiih lie I t4l'
go of coal at tho dock. It ts cHtlmntetl
that sho will bo through discharging
In tho early part of next week.
Dlank books or all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
SOME ONK IS BEING INJURED
KVKKY IMY. TODAY IT MAY HE
YOU. WHY NOT HE PHOTECTED
IIY AN ADEQUATE ACCIDENT
POLICY? IT COSTS UTTI.E AND
GETS-. A PARDON
HAS SERVED ALMOST
A YEAR IN PRISON.
Gave False Testimony in the Fear
That Her Life Would Be Taken
If Site Told the Truth in Hilo
Governor Frear this morning signed
a pardon for the release from thu Oulin
penitentiary of KIo Sasaki, n Japan
ese mmaii who was convicted of per
jury before Judge Pursuits of Hllo.
The woman wns accused with halng
testified falsely at thu trial of a Jap
anese who wa charged with practic
ing dentistry without a license.
Oovcrnor Frear said this morning
that It developed that shu gave the
false testimony under the threat that
II she told tho truth she would pay the
H-nulty with her life. She Iijii been
In prison for about n ear, four months
.before her1 trial and having served
.'bout eight months of an Indcteimtn
a I e sentence.
"Tlie woman boirs a good reputa
tion," said Governor Frear, "and un
doubtedly commuted the offense of
which sho was convicted while In fear
of her life. Tho man who threatened
her Is now serving a term In prlBon
for subornation of perjury,"
The woman will serum her release
from thu punltenlljjry ns mmih as tho
necessary "formalities are concl'ided
and will have already paid a Severn
penalty for having committed perjury
In the Hllo case,
hie am LEASES
GOVERNOR FREAR SAYS
SALE IS PLANNED.
Three Hundred and Fifty Acres of
Good Cane Land Will Be Dis
posed of for a Period of Fifteen
According to a statement made this
morning by Governor Ft ear, the Gov
ernment will advertise for sale within
the course of tho next few weeks three
hundred find llfty acres of Kapna cano
lands. Fifteen year leases will bo put
up at auction to go to the highest bid
tier and another move will havo been
made in the perplexing quostlons Hint
havo surrounded tho Kapaa lands and
their Btatus during thu past fow years.
Governor Frear stated that tho
leases on tho tract In question held by
the Makeo Sugar Company would ox
plro this month and that no tlmo
' would bo lost In putting tho leases up
for auction, subject to tho withdrawal
clause for homestead purposes.
The Governor stated Incidentally
that no negotiations are ponding with
the Makeo Sugar Company In connec
tion with thu auctioning of the leases
or was that corporation In any way in
volved in tho policy that was being
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Hade fresh every day. Wo
are in a position to sell you
Hotel near Union.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goodi."
Young Hotel Laundry.
SPOKANE. Wash., Aug. 10. For
ester Clifford Pinchot while SDeakins;
before the Irritration Conrmi today
chanred that there is a water power
trust engaged in capturing; all the
best water -ower privileges of the
CHALLONS. France, Aug. 10. A
balloon carrying four men landed
here today, having made racceuful
flight over the Alps. The trip waa
made without extraordinary inci
dent, and the men and their balloon
were in good condition.
PEKIN, Aug. 10. The Chinese
eovernment concedes the standard
ization of the Antung-Mukden rail
way, with the construction of which
Japan is proceeding. Japan on its
part consents to negotiate on other
points involved in tho controversy,
STRIKE WILL FAIL.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Aug. 10.
Present, indications are that the
great strike will fail. Distress is
becoming so general that the strike
is falling by weight of the suffering
of the workingmen.
VETERANS TO COMBINE.
PITTSBURG, Pa.. Aug. 10. The
conventions of the army veterans of
the Philippines and of the foreign
service are being held here today,
It is probable that the two organiza
tions will be combined.
SUMMER HOTEL BURNED.
VERNON. B. C, Aug. 10. A
large hotel at this place burned to
day and eleven lives were lost. They
were mostly summer visitors.
SUNK IN KIEL CANAL.
KIEL, Aug. 10. The Belgian
steamer Pallomares was sunk today
in the canal while locking through.
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda, Aug. 18
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
Hollister Drug Co.
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IS FIRED OUT
Yarick Again Intoxicated In Court And
Summarily DismissedCase Con
tinues With Eleven Jurors Soga
C. A. Yurlck has been tired from
thu trial Jury In the conspiracy
Despite the reprimand given him
yesterday he rntcied the court room
thls morning not exactly drunk, but
unable to walk In a straight line
and with an appearance too solemn
to he natural. Aftor ho had got. In
his chair his head rolled ainund as
If It waa grinding something Inside,
and counsel and Judge commenced to
look at him with some suspicion.
Finally, while the opposing conn-
bel were hunting for some papers.
Judge De Holt took occasion to read
to tho Jury the law which glvir lll'.n
the-right to lock juries. up at his
t Mghtfncl hnBtlly called Negoro
off "the stand and held a consultation
wltluhls clients. He then statod
that they had decided that It was
unfulr lo lock the Jury up for the
fault or one man and expressed
their willingness lo nroeeed with
eleven jurors, Kinney agreed for the
"Veiy well," said Judo Do Holt,
"Mr. Yiulck, got down nnd get out
or this court house ns quick ns you
an. Ret out! (let down! I don't
Governor Frear Is planning a trip
to Kaunl next week with Mr. l.elgh
ton and Mr. Mcndcnhall, who are
making a hydrographlc survey of tho
Islands. In company with Marston
Campbell, the two hydrographcrs
left for Maul today, and upon their
return will prepare for their trip to
Knual. Governor Frear believes
that a hydrographlc survey of the
Ulands Is the most Important move
In the lino of progress that can be
accomplished (or the benefit of tho
Territory as a whole, nnd has mani
fested great Interest In tho work.
Judgo Woodruff today decided In
favor of tho prosecution on tho point
aised yesterday In the Morlmoto
case. It was as to whether a woninn
serving a pennl term was eligible
as a witness, and Attorney Hitting
for the defense claimed that she was
Tho Atcherley case came up In tho
"w'miv uuiii t ui ttio iviiiiui; M
Riinrainn Pmiri tt ilm Tnssl t nf nt
2 o'clock this afternoon Instead of
this morning, owing lo tho nrgu-
ment In the Mary Dame Hall caBe.l
which occupied tho entlie morning
'"Por haw" carita al Bull. tin.
Laird, Schober & Co.
IN LADLES' FOOTWEAR.
The very latest Eastern novelties, consisting of pumps
and one, two and three-eyelet Dresden ties. In patent
leathers, bronie kids, black, white and erecn luedes. gold,
silver and colors. Trimmed with buckles, slides 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 see them and
try them on. You are cordially invited.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
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wnut to see ou uround this build
Yurlck got up nnd started to weep.
llo forgot hlni-elf so far ns to put
his hat on, and the court quickly In-
formed hliu of his mistake. Ills lino
of inarch from tho Jury box to tho
door contained eight curves,
Kinney Mulshed tho eross-examl-
nation or Negoro this moinliig early.
and the secretary of the II. V. A.
was for a tlniu lelcased from tho
giindlng examination. He will lie
put on ngnln lnlur as an oxpert.
What croBs-examlnnlloii was lichi
Hits morning dealt with tho Ew .
,i borers, and with hmdly an excep
Hon Negoio denied any acquaint
mice whatsoever with any of th
pioceedlngs of this particular groui.
of strikers and dubbed the nciouut:-
of them In the JIJI ns "Imagination."
Soga wns (hen put on thu stnud
nnd with the nld of an Interpreter
gave the relations between IilmseK
nnd Sheba, the i-nnilurt and man
ngement of thu Nlppu JIJI and nc
swered the usual prcllmlnni
He denied that Negoro was o-
the payroll or that hu revolted
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GIVE BIG LUAU
Congressional Delegates and Officer,
of Pacific Fleet will Ee Dined
by City's Chief Executive in
' Royal Style.
The greatest luau that has been
given on Hawaii for many o:trs Is
being planned by Mayor Fern, nnd
his guests will be the Congressional
Delegates and olliccrs of the I'aclflt
fleet, numbering over fiOO, thnt will)
(It down nt tho long tables.
Tho" Mnyor will personally super
intend tho roasting of tho pigs and
other mystic native dishes that will
compriso the fenst. Tho (Into for
tho luau has not been set definitely,
but will bo worked In between thu
official program of tho visitors. Tho
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siayor is ramous ror naflve dinners,
nil experts to outdo hlmeolf in this
great spread. He Is determined
that thu law makers of tho nation
nnd tho fighters shall go nwny from
Hawaii with pleasant memorloa ot
the native feast.
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