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VOL. XI. NO. 4380.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS
THAW SENT BACK AS CRIMINALLY INSANE
Fireworks Awaited In
SOGA ON STAND
Very Tame Session to Show That All
Were Angelic in Their
I"rom (ho manner In which tho con
Hplrncy trial opened this morning
theio wns every Indication that the
tension would ho ctowded with pyro
tcchnlcnl incidents hut ,lt suddenly
petered down to a dull rehearsal of
the weary riot 'at Wnlpnhu. In point
of Important teHtlmony or Impressions
Kcoied liy counsel, tmlay'M trial was
the leant Important o( the whole pro
I.tghtfoot was particularly hitter
thlH morning mid loads" of sarcasm
and cynicism wero liuilei! generously
at Kinney until Klnnoy In desperation
liHulrcd an to what food his "learned
friend" had been ontlng. ,
l.tHhtfnot with delicately elephantine
humor referred to the manner In which
Kinney had bitten off several fen
fences yesteiday wherein the last part
mlKlit have hecn favornblo to tho de
fense. Sogu's cross-examination continued
mill Kinney Introduced tho Indictment
ngnlnst him. Kxnniplos of fervid lit
eraturo translated fiom tho columns
of tho JIJI nml Incorporated III tho In
illetinent wero read to tho Juiy. Thcj'
contained matter moro vigorously met
npliiirlcal tliuu any that the prosecution
had yet entered. According to It the
things tint wero to happen to Shoha
and others, were many, varied, and
Hc-dlrect examination hy I.lghtfoot
conllned Itself to phowlng lmw luno
rent tho 111 tides wero nml Soga out-dld
himself. Tho "Iron hummer" was an
Insignificant lilinifp, a household won"
In the hast families, and when It was
said that It would descend on Sheha's
head It was duuliless for the purpose
of culling his hair, according to the
explanation of Soga.
Tho "will not he allowed to dlo on
mats or beds" pluase carefully tuckoi'.
011 to tho horoscopo of Slmhi did not
npply to Slinlm at nil, much lo the
surprise of everyhody hut to tho Shin
po and Chronicle. These two news
papers, to occldentallzo tho oriental
hlgnlflcunco of tho phrase, will die
(Continued on Pace 0)
COva ft VaHaVLaW.
J jyi(UUJU(UJ o v
New Summer and Pall Styles now open.
The Kash Co., "d
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
BIG OIL TANK
Schooner Bennett Conies
With Large Shipment
UNION OIL COMPANY
TO INCREASE PLANT
Tank Will Require Lumber Valued
at $10,000, Which Will Reach
Port Some Time
With a shipment of 7EO.O0O feet of
lumber, thu American schooner Lottlo
Bennett will arrive at Kuhulul within
a few days, bringing $10,025 worth of
in- for tho construction of tho monster
oil tank by the Union Oil Company.
Agent Sam Weller has completed plans
for tho tnnk and work will begin on It
us soon as tho lumber Is landed.
It Is divided Into thrco different
grades, as follows: 150,000 feet of
dressed lumber, wotth J3750; 550,000
feet of boards nipl rough material,
$3775, anil 50,000 feot of timbers, $500.
Tho cargo Is being dispatched by the
North l'aclflc Lumber Company.
This concern has n number of oil
carriers in regular 'commission be
tween California and tho Islands. Tho
business has grown to such an extent
In tho last ear as to make It Imper
ative for other storage tanks to bo
built at n number of ports at which-tho
kteanicrs call. A larger fleet of steam
ers Is now In regular service transport
ing oil nlong tho coast and to offshore
ports throughout tho year than for
taking caio of any other 0110 lino of
AT SEASIDE HOTEL
Thero will bo a danco at the Sea
side Hotel this cvonlng for tho
officers and ladles of tho Transport
Sheridan. Officers and ladles of tho
'ocal Army anil "aval Post, nnd
guests of the Boveral hotels, and local
society people aro all cordially Invited.
Among (ho arrivals o ntho Clnuillno
this morning wero William Savage,
head chemist at l'uuneno, and his
hrhlo. who was Miss Sutton before her
inanlago. Mr. Savage mu! his bride
will spend n week or mnio on Oahii.
I I' red, JI01 timer, tho mate of tho
Andiow Welch, Is a light fan from
way-back, -and It was bo who arrang
ed for Cordell to make tho trip down
to Hawaii to meet Sullivan.
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
kUrfe aTiij j. I'rJasa'-VItuAii
Editor Soga left tho stand today af
ter his thrco days cioss-oxauiluatlon,
having admitted practically all the
prosecution charged against him and
Unlike Negoro who fenced with tho
lawyer on every point, Soga attempted
few denials nml fewer explanations.
Negoro was not nverso to shifting tho
responsibility to tho next man, and
when tho newspniier 111 tides went
clearly outside tho law usually took
rcfugo In haying that ho had not writ
ten them and did not remember hav
ing read them, Soga had nobody clso
that he could blame, and articles which
Negoro had pronounced cowardly and
dastardly or tho product of somebody's
Imagination weio unhesitatingly fath
ered by tho scholarly looking editor.
Kinney went through thn whole
fcchemo of Inviting the plantation lab
orers to send in the names of the
"sycophants," publishing tho blackest.
PLYMOUTH, Eng., Aug. 12. Jim
Jeffries arrived here today, and
stated that Sam Berber was unauth
orized to sign for him on the arti
cles drawn up with Johnson to meet
in the heavyweight championship
CHICAGO' Aurr. 12. SamBereer
when shown the disnatch from Ply
mouth m which Jeffries repudiates
his action, stated that the agreement
he signed was not final, but felt con
fident that it would eventually re
ceive Jeffries' approval.
A New York dispatch says that
the sportintr men of New York be
lieve that Johnson Anil Jeffriri 11
I the greatest four fluslicrs that ever
happened and that the fight will
never come off.
PITTSBURG. Pa.. Aue. 12. The
1 Philippine Vaterans in convention
iheretoday elected Col. C. L. Jewett
SOME ONE IS 11RINO INJURED
EVKUY DAY. TODAY IT MAY HE
YOU. WHY NOT UB I'llOTECTED
HY AN ADEQUATE ACCIDENT
l'OMCY? IT COSTS UTTLH AND
boycotting tbem In their business nml
hounding them off the plantations and
tho witness admitted that that was
tho plan :of operations. In Honolulu
It was the same:
Mr. Kinney: That artlclo states,
doesn't It, thot as a matter of fact tho
Honolulu sycophants are excluded from
society, that Is their status. It means
that sycophants cannot upjiear social
ly, that was tho status of such syco
phants as Mr. Sheba at that time that
I A. Yes, Sheba Is ono party.
'Q, And those wero the sycophants
Including Sheba that you said wero to
be taljled and bokuinetzued?
( A. Yes.
1 Q. And as a matter of fact at tho
I time that you wrote this artlclo In
questlon'thoy had been taljled and had
been l.okiimctzued nml could not ap
pear In society?
FOR Dlltin PONDS
MAJOR WINSL0W RECEIVES
A CABLEGRAM TODAY.
Work Involves Large Amount and
Will Begin About the Middle
of September Clear
Mnjor Wlnslow received a cable
gram from Washington, In which
tho government nwards the contract
fur filling the duck ponds at Walklkl
to the Hawaiian Dredging Company.
The price Is 38 1-2 cents por cubic
yard. The contrnct will aggregate
$45,200, embracing 120,000 cubic
Walter Dillingham said this morn
ing that It would requlie .at leant
200,000 cubic yards lo nl the
ponds complete, but that sufficient
money was not available at this
time, Mr. Dillingham was notified
this morning of the award, and said
that as soon as the contract could
he signed, sent back to Washington
and returned, tho work would be
gin, which will bo about tho middle
Under the direction of the United
States engineers practically all of
the Chinese shacks have been re
moved from the duck pond land, nil
debris cleared and everything made
ready for the filling. Upon Its com
pletion the woik of building tho big
shore buttery will commence. Tho
announcement that the duck ponds
are to be filled up shortly has al
ready had a tendency to strengthen
prices of propel ty along Saratoga
road, to which the ponds are adja
cent, also other property Burround
Ing them, and Walklkl owners are
greatly pleased with tho prospects
of getting rid of tho unhealthy site.
Made fresh every day. We
are in a position to sell you
Hotel near Union.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
Young Hotel Laundry,
Q. As you advised and urged In tho
Q. And as your associates Mr. Ne
goro and Mr. Maklno and Soga had
Q. And this was for no other of
Ifense than that thay differed with
you as to what the real Interests of
tho Japanese were?
A. Not only that. It Is not n benefit
lo tho Japanese community and liu Is
an enemy, so
Q. That Is what you think?
Q. And that Is what you have
talked In your paper?
Q. And thnt Is what your co-defend-ants
havo talked In their speeches?
(. And you have been nil of ono
(Continued on Page 6)
NEW YORK, Aug. 12. Judge
Mills has decided that Harry Thaw,
the slaver of Stanford White, is in
sane, and has -remanded him to the
asylum for the criminal insane.
Mi. Wu Is
WASHINGTON. Aug. 12. Chi
nese Minister Wu Ting Fang has
been recalled by his government. His
place in Washington will be taken
by Chang Yin Tang, the Deputy For
eign Minister at Pekin.
FORT WILLIAM, Ontario, Aug.
12. Eight men were wounded here
today in a clash between the police
and the dock striken.
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda. Aug. 18
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS,
Hollister Drug Co.
15,000 MEN AT
Navy Department Plans
FOR 308 SOLDIERS
Appropriations Made by Congress
Now Available for the Con
struction Work of
With a marine garrison of 15,000
men at l'earl Harbor, as contemplated
by tho Navy Dept., It will bo ono
of the more Important fortifications on
tho l'aclflc. Tho Improvements plan
ned by tho department at tho present
time according to advices from Wash
ington will make provision for thnt
It Is Intended to havo n ornianent
station with 'barracks sufficient to nc
commodatu 300 men. Congress has
appropriated for this purpose, which Is
now avnllablo,- and the work at that
point will consist of the construction
of one marine barracks at a cost '
$130,000. and tho completion of six of
ficers' quarters. Tho Marino Corps
owns about 1C0 acres of land at l'earl
Harbor, uu 1, In case of necessity,
could at tho present tlmo put a forco
of 12,000 men under canvas at that
point without crowding them.
Although Superintendent Ivers of
the Territorial Board of Immigration
declined this morning to give out any
information in regard to the matter,
It It understood that a letter, alto a
cablegram, was received today from
Wasl Ington, In which the Immigration
acreme of the Board to bring Ruttlan
laborers to Hawaii to work on the
plantations, hat been approved by the
The selection of a representative to
tend from here to Ruttla to Investi
gate the plan thoroughly It alto tald
to have the approval of the Govern
ment; In fact, the Immigration Office
at Washington hat offered to do what
ever It can to advance the commer
cial welfare of the Territory, and the
poaltlon of that Department It en
dorsed by the Interior Office. A spe
cial meeting of the Board will be call
ed toon, and A. L. C. Atklnton Will
probably be the delegate telected to
repretent the Interettt here In Rut
tla. With hit long experience In tuch
matters, thorough knowledge of the
conditions here he It contldered the
most able man that can be telected.
DANCE AT "
Tho Young llotcl will give a dunce
tonight In honor of tho officers and
ladles of (ha transport Sheridan now In
port. Al Army and Navy people and
society In general are cordially Invited
Laird, Schober & Co.
IN LADLES' FOOTWEAR.
The very latest Eastern novelties, consisting of pumps
and one,, two and three-eyelet Dresrlen ties. In patent
leathers, bronze kids, black, white and green suedes, gold,
silver anil colors. Trimmed with buckles, slides and pom
poms, For afternoon and eveninc dress.
These styles are so new
were unattainable at the factory. Call and see them and
try them on. You are cordially invited.
Manufacturers' Shoe fo Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
WITH CARTER i
Will Inspect Present
BRADLEY HERE TO
PR0TECY HIS INTERESTS
Rumor That a New Company May-
Start in Case Mutual Adopts
tem. C. 1. I'latt. representative of tho
Automatic Telephono Company, who
camo to Ilnunll at tho request of the
Mutual Telephono Company of this
city, to explain tho new system to tin
directors, was In confeernco with Oeo.
It. Carter this morning. Tomorrow,
accompanied by Oartley, Mr. 1'lntt
will mako a thorough Inspection of
thu present s)stcm. A special meet
ing will bu called soon In order to
confer with tit 111 on tho subject of In
auguiatlug thu automiitio system
Tho rumor thnt gained circulation
on tho Btrevts this morning, that E. C.
lltadley, vlco president of tho l'aclflc
S'ntes Telephono Company, was hero
with the Intention of making n deal
with parties for a new telephouu sys
tem In cute the Mutual adopted, tho
automatic, could not be confirmed, la
fact, Mr. Tlradley claims ho A not
down hero on business, but pleasure.
However, tho directors of tho Mutual
Company expected llradley had como
on a mission connected with his
company, and It Is understood tho
Taclllc States man will not let any
grass grow under his feet when It
comes to protecting tho present sys
tem In vogue. In fnct, n lively scrim
mago Is looked for between tho rival
companies beforo the matter Is set
tled. Mr. I'latt claims that ho can
Install tho automatic sjstem nnd op
erate It at a largo reduction over thu
"liello-glrl" system, whllo tho direct
ors of tin) Mutual aro In somo doubt
ns to how such n system would work
with tho subscribers liere. With an
Increase of 2,000 subscribers tho Com
pany feels Justified In dlspusing of tho
old equipment and going into thu ex
pense of tho new system If I'lutt can
show them wlivro It will bo piofltuhle,
otherwles tho present apparatus will
A verdict rendeied by n Jury In the
Kedorul Court this afternoon acquitted
Morlmoto on th uchnrga of vlolatlm
tho Edmunds Act, nnd whllo leavlnr
tho building ho was Immediately ro
arrested on another charge. The Jury
was out less than three-quarters of nu
I Judge Hoblnson this morning vis
ited laud around l'earl Harbor con
nected with the suit Instituted by
the O, H. & 1. Company against h.
L. McCandless and Armstrong.
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