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China Aug. 17
Marntna Aug. 20
Mnkurii Aug. 17
VOL. XI. NO. 4387.
TEACHERS WILL RECEIVE SCHEDULE PAV
GOV. HUGHES TO
New York's Chief Executive Says He
Will Come -Calls At Hawaii's
B uilding At Seattle Exposition
(lovernor Chillies V. llmhea, tho
famous chief oxecutlve (if the state
of New York, Is entiling lo Hawaii
for a vacation ami educational till1
Just as coon mi lie can 1o mi, accord
ing to tho statement that has been
made b liliu to thu members of the
Hawaiian delegation nt Hie Alasl.a
Yukon cosltlon at Seattle.
(lovernni' Hughes was the guest of
honor nt a luncheon In the llnwjllan
liiilldluR, anil uxpicsicd hliiuclf as
Ik Ink' delighted Willi Ihu cxhll.lt of
Island pioductB In tho Tenltory's .
Dm lug his l'lt at the Hawaiian
building (lovernor Hughes nto pine
apple and was dc orated with a mini
lcr of attract he lets mado espce Lilly
for tho occasion by tho joiuig vvivn
en who nio nssl3tlng Commissioners
Knudseu and Chllds. It was thu
Hist time that (lovernor Hughes had
m-cii a iel, and when he left tho Ha
nnlluu building he took a number
ullli hlui ns souvenirs of the oeunsloti. i
Letters tolling of Governor Hugh
es' tilp t Me exposition and of his
special luteiest In tho Hawaiian ex-j
lilhlt were received on the Alameda,
end nlno contain the ponltle state- J
meiit that New Yoik's ihlef execu-1
tho Is going to visit the islands Just
ns soon ns his public duties will nl-l
low him to uiako tho trip. Tho ex
nit Miuts that Hughes used In con- i
iiectlon with his planned trip to,
Hawaii weio that hu "will go Just
ns boon as my Job will let iu." and
It Is piob.iblo tlint his lslt will bo
In the not far distant futuio.
Kluboiato plans have been arrang
ed by tho Hawaii Commissioners for
the tclebiation of Hawaii's day at
tho exposition, and the fentuic ofj
the day will ln the ball that will lie
Mtended by all of tho peop'o at Seat
tle wlio have manifesto! an luteiest
(lovernor Prear states that hut for
the fact of the necessity of complet
ing his leport to the Secretary of
the Interior and also his desire to bo
In Hawaii when tho Congressional
pnity niilves, ho would have leturn
ed n fu Diablo answer to tho pleas
ing Invitation by the two commis
sioners, Chllds and Knudscn.
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New Summer and Fall Styles now open.
The Kash Co., Ltd
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
AUTHOR OF TROUBLE
OVER BANQUET PLANNED.
Elimination of Merchants Associa
tion from Chamber of Com
merce Dinner to Congressmen
Now Evident Conflict of Ideas.
At the last special meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce tiustees, fire
woiks not on thu piograui evidently
cxpUuleds with thu lesult that somo
of the members aio pretty "warm
under thu collar," and do not favor
tho utterances of onu Jnmus F, Mor
gan, tlie president. In regnrd to elim
inating the Merchants' Association ns
ccii. pel athu hosts wllh tho Chamber
In thu big dinner to be given the Con
A member who learned of the affair,
fcavs that Morgan acted In m unpar
donable way about the matter, saving
thut If tho Mei chants' Association had
mi) tiling to do with tho dlniti r, ho
would Eeo that tho Chamber of Con
inerco wlthilievv from It. HU asser
tion was not bucked up by all of tho
trustees liottover, but rather than
start a tow thoy submitted to tho
in eseiit arrangement, that of Inviting
the Meichants' Association us gue'sts.
"If we intend to build up the Intel
ests of Hawaii," said llio member, "wo
should certain'- Join hands in these
matteis and not rontlniio to net In this
way. It Is absolutely childish for
Morgan to act this way. Tho Mer
chants' Association Is doing n good
work nlong lines the Chamber of Com
nieico does not touch, nml the two
bodies should harmonize for tho gen
eral welfare of tho community. And
how do our merchants feel to bu
treated tills way. It Is n poor way to
act. for whllo tho incnibcrB of tho
MCi chants' Association will bo there
as guests they should share equally
the honors of giving ilio dinner."
Arc 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
diessed if you wear
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. 1009. 10 PAGES.
PUT I SPEAKS AS
I IF DEAL IS MADE
SAYS $300,000 WILL
BE SPENT ON PHONES.
Representative of Automatic Phone
' Company Gives Interview in
Los Angeles Says Bell Instru
ments Will Be Ousted Here.
C. I". Plait, western rcpresentntlvj
of tho Automatic Telephone Company,
now lu Honolulu looking over the sys
teiu of the Mutual pieparulory to giv
ing it n figure on the Installation of
automatics In the place of tho Hell
Instruments, gave out an Interview to
the I.os Angeles 'Times to the effect
flat the deal was already a ce.talnty.
Thu article says In part that ho will
icmulii hero about n month whllo
"superlntendnlg tho Installation of tho
"Thu work In Honolulu will be un
del taken by tho mergei of the old
Wireless Telegraph and Telephone)
Company, and the old Hell Telephone
Company, both of which nro contiolleo
by eight men, the wealthiest citizens
In tho Islands," said Mr. Platl. "Tho
company 'vhlch will Institute the new
svslom bus entire control of the tele-
phono bu ilneus in Honolulu and tho
vicinity. At least 2500 Hues and uu
loiiiatle. telephones will bo Installed
"Our engineer has been lu Honolulu
for tho p.ut mouth changing tho plant
of the company to make possible the
new hrrnngcincnt, which, when com
pleted, will cost In tho neighborhood
or $300,000. This Is onu of tho most
uxpeusivo Improvements that havo
been undertaken In Honolulu lu late
years, nn.l is a mark in the davelo
ment of tho country."
George R. Carter, when seen this
morning, denied Hint the deal had be
como definite or that nny agreement
had been cached as yet.
"It Is u plain business matter," said
Mr. Carter. "Mr. Piatt Is hero In
specting tho system with a view of
giving us n figure that will determine
whether the change will bo profitable
from a buslnoss point of view."
According to him. it will depend
greatly on whether or not Piatt offers
p Fiifllclcutly high prlco for tho old
instruments now in use to make the
loss on those small enough tn bo eas
ily covered by tho saving In tho cost
of operating the automatic Bystem.
Tho automatic Bystem, now largely
in use In Los Angeles, requires special
wiring, special operating boards nml
The machines nro worked from a
numbered dial and dispense with the
INVITATIONAL DANCE AT
YOUNG HOTEL TONIGHT
Tho complimentary dance for the of
ficers of tho St, Louis and officers and
ladles aboard tho Sheridan, will taka
place tonight at tho Alexander Young
Hotel. The dance Is Invitational.
SOMB ONK IS HEINQ INJUIIED
KVERY DAY. TODAY IT MAY BE
YOU. WHY NOT HE PROTECTED
ItY AN ADEQUATE ACCIDENT
POLICY? IT COSTS LITTLE AND
Hawaiian Trust Company,
I Limited I
Bulletin Advertising inspires
Ills Royal Highness Prince KuJI of
the Imperial Japanese Army, will
come here In tho early part of Oct'
ober. Ho has Just been visiting IniToiiipklnsvllle, Btntcn Uland, arrlv
EuroH! and is now on his way to tho to on ine Aiameua mis morning lor
United States. Arriving In San Fran-'the purpose of Inspecting the Mn-
Cisco In the latter purl of September., kapuu light before It Is placed In
lie wl tnieu passage on he junineso
liner Tenyo Mam. and will return to
Jnnan by way of Honolulu.
The l'rlneo Is nn officer of tho Im-
..erla. Amiy. and has Jus, been'
nbroaii to sti.iy uie lates, m.mary tnc
tics, uuopteu in all me nil'ltary acad
i.inles In Euroiio ami In the United
Although no official communication,
as to his arrlvnl here has been re
celved by Consul Ceneial Ummio. It Is ac. ervlsors are up against It Just ..s hard.
generally umlerst I hi he- would the tr ,, ,t for oiitsldu of constructing two or
ho here In October While here, h Mlnm,e(, tllc Muknuu ghl wl be three small bcIiooIk. the luvo no
will be given n grand reception by the rea(y t0 Hn,ne enr,y Jloxl munth( money uvallable for new bullulnw.
Consul Oenernl. sooner than wus anticipated, for "Wo Intend to ndliero striclh to lbs
" niost of the material which has held "Che-dulo of salaries for the (cue heir
SUGAR. til' the work has now arrived. t appointed for the coming jea.- ' I
, i J Mr. Judd.vhcu asked If many esjiu-
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12. Su- Mrs- Hlveiiburgh ls-nrepnred to In- plaints have been made by the teach
gar 98 decree centrifugals, 111 t"c( a lew pupils In planuforto at ers. Mr. Judd said that but one com
3d. Parity. 4.37 cents. Previous lhclr home. Address Royal Hawaiian plaint had been made to him. Sev
quotation, lis 2 l-4d. "'' (Continued on Page fl)
But Miauchi Told Some Interesting
Things On Stand Today Syco-1
phants Also Contributed How.
High Wage Men Were Followed'
Details of Administration Kahukul
Man Testifies to
Miauchi, tho witness from Wulpahu,
Is evidently n man who makes his
I way rapidly to the front of affairs. Ho
(left Walka'alau to work at Wulpahu
In the middle of Inst April, and In less
than n month was treasurer of the
Wulpahu Higher Wage Association,
and high in the councils of tho select
, few who directed tho actions of two
thousand of their fellow compatilots,
On account of tho recentness of his
arrival he was iiuablo to satisfy At
torney Kinney's curiosity on many
points In the conspiracy trial this
morning. The did not oven know
Shlmlrii at Iho tlmu the JIJI first
opened Its vitals of wrut on tho luck
less Interpreter. In fact ho did not bo-
Made fresh every day. Wo
are in a position to sell you
Hotel near Union.
WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
Young Hotel Laundry,
confidence in the people
EXPERT ARRIVES TO
HAS THE LARGEST
LENS IN THE SERVICE.
Powerful Incandescent Vapor Light
Will Show a Lorn; Distance at
Sea Heger Is General Foreman
of Federal Lighthouse Station.
Martin Ileger, general foreman of
the government lomp house at
"""i"""" " """". n ienui
inspection of this big light will be
ncti-nsur un uvcuuni oi us incau-
descent vapor equipment.
i lie lens of the Jlakapuu light Is
- -,""-, "" ""- ""
house Inspector Wharton considers
this station one of the most Import-
ant on the Pacific. Mr. Heger will
, tnB1)Cct the new Mookai light
. . ' . . ,,.U1. '
como a regular subscriber to tho JIJI
till somo tlmo In May, depending for
his novvi upon an occasional copy bor
rowed from a friend.
When Miauchi leaves his present
Job ns treasurer he ought to have no
difficulty In getting employment In
Lome collection jgency. He Is a star
collector, at least from his follow
countrymen, On the day that tho
strikers at Wnlpahu wore paid off ho
sat at a little tablo conveniently near
the pay window unci collected a dollar
and a half from over)' Ilttlo brown
man oti tho entire plantation. Light
foot objected to evidence of this In
(Continued on Page 8)
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda, Aug. 18
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT PUIT SHIPPERS.
IHollister .Drufj Co.
who buy things
WILL ADHERE TO
BOARD WILL STAND
PAT ON SALARIES.
Will Take All of Present Aopropria
tion If New Schools Are Built'
Legislature Will Have to Pro
vide Funds at Next Session.
., ii,,.,,.,. wntonown. Wniiim. on Muni
nd Knual are to bo erected, they will
,0t 1)e 00imtrnct-l with fundi, in tin
,mniU ()f ,e ColllmH!tonurB ,)f p.,,,,1,
jng,rllc,on for uu.ry (oli.,r ,)t ti.
.77Knan ,., ,.,. ,.,.. , . iul.
...ro'ii, bu used for teachers' salmles.
The Hoard has decided tn r.tanil byl
the schedule adopted and nuV.li-lii'il
the contents of which Is known by 0v
ery teacher In tho different dlst.lets
Commissioner A. t. Judd s.ild this
moilng that It was up to ilia next
Bllntro appropriate niIilltlon.il
'"""" ,ur """ iTi''n new scnom
buildings needed. The Hoaid of Sup.
money lur ine erection oi new scnooi
Chief Immigration Inspector Brown
Says Oahu Leads the Islands for
Hawaiian Born Chinese Total
of Five Thousand Registered.
R. C. Drown, chief Inspector of Im
migration here, has just completed
Issuing five thousand registration cei
tltlcatCB to tho Hawaiian-born Chin
ese. This practically completes this
kind of work, which ho has been
working onjor some tlmo. Of coii.ru
(here are yet remaining n certain num
ber of cases, which requires his er
tonal inspection. This, however, will
not take much time.
Urown stated this morning that
(Continued on Page 3)
Bar Association dinner postponed
to Aug. 21, 7:30, at Young Hotel
Laird, Schober & Co.
IN LADIES' 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 ercen nucdes, gold,
silver and colors. Trimmed with buckles, slides and pom
poms. For afternoon and evening dress.
These styles arc so new that cuts to illustrate them
were unattainable at the factory. Call mid see them and
try them on. You are cordially invited.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street.
Cte.ir Jp the odds And ends of house
keeping, get someteasy house money
by letting a Bulletin Want Ad sell
It for you. One Cent a Word.
PRICE S CENTS.
SPOKANE, Wash., Aug. 13.
The Irrigation Congicss at its session,
today adopted a resolution asking
for the appropriation of ten million!
of dollars ar.nuallv by Congress to
carry on irrigation work, also thai
the reclamation act shall be extend
cd to include work in the Territory
Dalzell Br own
SAN QUENTIN. Cal., Aug. 13.
Dalzell Brown, former manager oi'
the defunct California Safe Deposi'
& Trust Company of San Francisco,
was released today, hnving complet
rd his sentence of eighteen months
in the penitentiary
Bank Held Up
By 2 Unmasked
SANTA CLARA. Cal., Aug. 13.
Two unmasked robbers armed with
shot guns held up four officers of
the Valley Bank and secured $7,
250. Having made the haul the
attempted to escape in an automo
bile, but were captured and the coin
SALT LAKE CITY. Aug. 13 .,'
Grand Army today selected Atlantic
City for the encampment of 1010.
MADRID, Spain, Aug. 13. Tlu
ships of the Spanish navy have re
ceived orders to concentrate at Me
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Aug. IK.
The strikers are attempting vio
lence in order to secure the accept
ance of their demands.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aue. 13. Su
gar Beets 88 analysis, lis
2-l-4d. Parity, 4.30 cents. Previ-
I All! fill ATftttftvi 11a QJ
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