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VOL. XI. NO. 4388.
1G PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1909. 16 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENT!.
PEKIN, Auk. 14. The Chinese
government has agreed to Japan's
proposal for further negotiations in
connection with the problems grow
ing out of the Antung-Mukden rail
way and the general Manchurian
LONDON. Aug. 14. The Powers
of Europe are protecting the island
of Crete. 'and have promised Turkey
to remove the Greek flag from the
little island territory.
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 14. An
explosion of benzine on board one of
the submarines of the Russian navy
killed two men and injured thirty.
A dozen were imprisoned.
General Liakhoff has re-entered
the army and has been assigned to
the command at Sebastcol.
SANTA CLARA. Cal Aug. 14.
(The robbers who held up the Valley
Bank and were afterward captured,
confessed today that they intended
making a series of bank robberies.
form pm iia.
MR. BISHOP STATES
ONLY SEVEN MEN, AND
NOT 700 TURNED AWAY.
False Rumors Set Afloat by Higher
Wage Emissaries Are Shown Up
Mr. Iver Points to Sick Men
Being Cared For.
"Koiir Jnpnnoso hnvo been turned
nwuy from Onliii plantation mid three
from Honolulu plnntntlon. That Ih all
thero Ih to It. Those nro the only re
turning strikers who hnvo been refus
ed work. The number of strike-break-era
now nt work In 1,100."
This statement wuh mado this morn
lug by K. Knxon Illshop, chairman of
tho Labor pommttteo of tho Plnntors'
Association, to set right tho public
that hns been misled by tho assertions
published In other papers as to tho
largo number of Japanese alleged to
hno been turned away from tho
plantations, reports thut obviously
enmo from tho Higher Wage Agita
Itlchurd Ivcrs of W. (5. Irwin & Co.
wns mom aggressive In" his assertion
of tho falsity of tho published report
of tho treatment of the Japanese that
would like work. Ho gave figures
Identical with those furnished by Mr.
Illhhop, nud .commented further: "Not
u fow of tho Japanese men who havu
returned to the plantation are sick,
made so by tho jack of food or tho
poor food they havo had while out on
stilkc. Tho Higher Wago Associa
tion, with nil Its money, did not pro
vide for them. No ono else took enro
of them when they woro attacked
with beriberi because of the food they
worn getting. Hut they come back to"
tho plantation and nro taken enrn of.
They am In tho plantation hospital.
'Honolulu plantation has turned
awny Just thrco Japanese laborers
who returned. Not all, of course, have
received their old positions back
again. No ono would expect that. Tho
men who want to work nro getting
It. There is absolutely no truth In
the report that seven or eight or even
two or three hundred Japanese, hnvo
been refused work."
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo,, Aug.
14. Eight people were killed to
day in a collision on the Denver &
Rio Grande Road.
Tho Hullcllu newsboys team heat the
(limits thin nfturnonn by n scoro of 12
Lead in style, materials
and workmanship. This
is' no idle statement.
Come in and see our
Summer and Fail styles
and you will agree
with our claims.
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel
AS IN SERVICE
It Is now more than 'probable that
tho Merchants' Association will bo
partners with tho Chamber of Com
merce In tho big dinner lo be given
the Congressmen. Keeling on tho part
of many of the trustees of tho latter
body, end members of Oio Merchants'
Association has run to such high ten
don that some sort of n compromise
Is looked for at n special meeting
i-chedulcd for Monday.
James P. Morgan wns busy today
explaining his position In th matter.
land It Is understood ho denied having
made .tho Ptatement thnt ho would see
Hint tho Chamber withdrew in case the
Merchants' Association wero included
as hosts. At any rate tho latter or
gnnlzutlon do not Intend to bo tramp
led Uon by tho dictates of one man
and the members havo made it clear
Hint selfish Interests and politics wilt
have to be laid aside In a mailer
where the commercial welfare of tho
community Ih Involved.
ON MEMBER I
Mayor Pern nnd Secretary Hlvon
burgh -arc today Inspecting Odd Fel
lows' Hall and other, places nvallnblo
In tho city for tho big luau which the
Mayor Is planning for tho Congres
sional Delegates, and possibly to In
clude oMccrs from tho Pacific Fleet.
Ho finds It quite difficult to find a hall
which will hold S00 guesta comfor
tably, but expects to decide on a place
for the feast within a fow days.
Whllo no dato has been definitely
determined. Mayor Kern believes it
will bo pulled off about September 'I.
In this case, of course. It will not In
cludo officers of tho Pacific Plcct; In
fact, tho entertainment arrangements
am such that It may be impossible to
havo tho luau Inter. As tho result of
tho Mayor's call on Governor Pronr,
tho latter agreed to placo the matter
beforo tho entertainment committee
with a view of arranging a satisfac
tory dato for tho nntlvo feast. The
Governor Is much pleased with tho
Iden, and will do nil ho can to encour
Contempt For Guard
The deliberate attempts that have
been mado by tho editor of tho Ad
vertiser to cast contempt and ridi
cule upon the personnel of tho Na
tional Guard of Hawaii was one of
tho things that camo beforo the
special meeting of tho Merchants'
Association yesterday afternoon to
consider tho proposals of soliciting
funds for tho construction of an
SOME ONK IS I1KING INJURED
KVKItY HAY. TODAY IT MAY HE
YOU. WHY NOT HE PROTECTED
IIY AN ADEQUATE ACCIDENT
POLICY? IT COSTS LITTLE AND
LAND FOR ROADS
Paia, Haiku and Moliko Plantations
Trade Real Estate With Gov
ernment to Make Roads With
Four orflvo Indentures were fllod
today in thd Bureau of Conveyances,
exchanges between Iho Territory and
various plantations, chiefly for Hie
purpose of making roads.
The Territory exchanges with tho
I'nln Plantation for n 25-foot strip on
each rido of tho nuwly constructed
line of the Putn-Mnkuwnu road, and
will mnke a fifty foot road between
the two points.
Several exchanges havo been agreed
upon with the Haiku plantation, tho
government securing land for roads
between Haiku and Pauwela, and be
tween Kaluanul nnd tho cemetery.
The Kaua-Mallku mad will also built
(n land exchanged with tho Mallko
Sanpinl M. Damon exchanges vwllh
the government 10,470 square, f-
near tho KnllhL receiving station for
is.oiu square it'ci.ar nauni-sai.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 14. Su
trar Beets, 88 analysis. Us 4 l-2d.
Parity, 4.90 cents or $88 per ton,
Previous quotation. Us 21-4d.
Tho voluntary bankruptcy peti
tion of Chas. A. Willi was this
morning granted by Judge Dole In
iho Federal court.
u was when Colonel Sopor was
called upon for Jils vlows of tho
building of an Armory that ho re
fcrred to the attitude of the editor
of the Advertiser In .his campaign
to discredit tho mcmbcrB of the Na
tional Guard of Hawaii.
"Mr, W. O. Smith hus long rid -
Iculcd tho men of the National
Ouard " of Hawaii," said Colonel
Sopor. "Not only In his paper but
upon tho street corners. - I havo
h.Mirii t.im un .,. ,1.1. ,
heard him say that they were a lot
OI l Kanilkns. Ot worth
Made fresh every day. We
are in a position to sell you
Hotel near Union,
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful drivers. Prompt service.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE. V '
Editor Evening Bulletin:
With certain newspapers sensation Is
always preferred to truth. Leaded
headlines may be nothing morn than
big falsehoods, but they attract at
tention and that Is all that It wanted.
A case In point may bo found In
yesterdays Advertiser. "PROFES
SOR DENINO TO HE ARRESTED!"
was tho startling announcement made.
Tho reporter who supplied this alarm
ing Information obtained It from Mr.
Now, It strikes n stranger llko my
self that a newspaper which claims to
bo the best published In Honolulu cer
tainly ought to display mom knowl
edge of local men and local affairs
than Is shown In tho comments made
under llm above-named silly heading
Is Mr. J. Llghtfoot the supreme le
gs I authority In this Territory? It
he at liberty to Issue or to. rail on
others I to Issu'o arrest, warrants at
S-'Ho slavishly has thn 'Advertiser
been following tho Jcad'or"MfTTJsnt-.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
CALLS SPECIAL MEETING.
Will Consider the Installation of Au
tomatic to Do Away With Pres
ent Equipment and the "Hello"
George R. Cartor this morning re
ceived from C. P. Piatt, representa
tive of tho Automatic Telephone Com
pany, his proposition for Installing tho
automatic system with tho Mutual
Tnlephono Company, displacing tho
present equipment, A special meet
ing has been called for Monday, at
which tbo directors will consider the
proposition. Mr. Piatt will also ad
dress tho meeting on tho advantages
of tho new system.
At present thero aro 22 "hollo" girls
employed by the Mutual in fact, tho
historic 23, Including "COO" or Infor
mation Operator.' Then there arc tho
office assistants, clerks, and mechani
cal employes. Not only tho girls will
lose their positions by tho adoption of
the automatic system but many of the
Then comes the disposition of tho
present equipment, which will practi
cally bo "Junk" on tho Company's
hinrii TMa la nnn it tlin nrlmln nK.
Ijcctlons tho directors havu to tho
unless thero Is a largely In-
creased business in sight as an out
como ' Installing tho automatic
?tqulEn";"t' oV'C0 ILrc1l,llc"t Me of
'hu Pac.lnc Sla eK I,hne Company
has not as yet sent any communlca-
ton to Mr, c'MU,r or nny'of tD0 dlroct.
,- n ul,Btvnr tilg'uftlliMn will l,n
111 the matter is not as yet known by
tho Mutual people.
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda, Aug. 18
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SUPPERS.
Hollister Drug Co.
foot during the past week thnt even
the wildest of his assertions mo re
ceived and recorded by this paper
at gospel truth.
The present attitude of the Adver
tiser to Mr. Llghtfoot his caused
great glee In the Nippu JIJI camp.
In an editorial last night the Nippu
JIJI expresses Itt supreme satisfac
tion that the Advertiser now tees the
rrort of Itt wayt.
The Nippu JIJI is ready to pardon
tho PENITENT SINNER and tu n
Btoro htm to ITS favor!
tlut this Is a mere side Issue. My
principal object In writing this letter
Is to make It plain to the public hem
how very crude aro tho notions of
right and wrong, honor nnd dishonor
possessed by thn attorney who talks
so glibly about arresting one who Iiiih
come to this country In tho way I
First, I will statu a few furls. On
June 22nd nt .1:1!) p. in., I with titling
at my desk In my own house In Hun
dat poring over- examlnutloc pupi-is,
(Continued on Pane 4)
Clever (.lentil work on tho part of
Deputy Sheriff Charlie Kosn this morn
ing put John Anderson In Iho tank
with tho promise of deportatloi to
Norway or Kngland. Andcrso.i U n
k.ill'ir on Iho 6cc.1n Queen, or rather
was. as ho deserted thu ship si urtly
after arrival at this port, Ross ran
him down nt Mollllll quarry, whurc liv
was working but failed to Ami .1 com
panion who deserted with him
Anderson was brought befoie IT. A.
Commissioner Davis thin morning In
Marshall Hendry's offlce for examina
tion. Ills taking French leave of hlo
boat, ho said, was principally because
ho did not deem tho dally manno ns
served aboard equitl to his constitu
tion. Also tho mato struck him nud
after that tin ImmedlntnW tVI,.,.,l
.i.u V ., - . ,''
wiiuuui ruiHiriuiK iiiu miair 10 uajH
He signed for a two yenr.,' cmise
and as yet has only served five months,
having been brought from Norway to
ship In Rngland. Ho was ordored Im
prisoned In Oahu Jail until be can bo
dciorlcd to the country ho enme from.
Anlonu Hernandez, tho Supervisor
of tho district of llamukua, Hawaii
has finally decided that ho wii' n-A
You may le Comfortable an-1 not Happy, hut you
cannot be perfectly Happy unless you arc Comfortable.
Dress your feet in a pair of our
, White Canvas Blucher
And that will go a lonu way toward makinp; you happy.
-They are cool and easy.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
Leads Ten Point? With
Two Matches Yet
GREAT CELEBRATION ON
AT MAUI'S BIG MILL.
Manager Baldwin Has Everything '
Complete for Year and His I
Guests Arc Enjoying Them-'
(Special WilclrsK to H u 1 1 0 t I II.)
WAILUKU, Maui, Aug. It. The ten-1
nls player from Honolulu are playing
great tennis today.
At half past one today four matches,
had btrn played with the rcsultinj)
core of , 4
Honolulu, 03. f '
Maul, 43. -'
There are two matches yet la plax
nnd Honolulu stands a good dunce to'
(Hp-chil lo (bo llu I lot In) &
WAII.UKU. .Maul, Aug. 13.--Huiwrv
Inlendent .Malinger P. P, Ilaldnln of
tho Hawaiian Commercial A. Sugar I
Company. Hint turned out ot fifty
two thousand Inns of sugar this jour,
mid tin' emplojeii of this great plan
tation will ghc the usual annual liar
u st. dime; at the Puuiieuo Club bouso
on Saturday evening, Aug. Hth, frorrij
& to 12 oMoik midnight In honor of.,
this jenr's great crop. Knrly Satur
day morning Iho steamer Mlkahnla
will nrrlwt from Honolulu with tennis
plnjers who nro coming with tho pur
pose of wresting tho lentils honors
from the Jlnul plajers Tbo IntterJ
smllo mid x.iy, "nmb'" Tim tcnnlaf
pin) em will be tiil.eii in automobiles
to .Mnnnger P. P. llnldwlii's residence,
where breakfast will be served. Thn
tennis games will take place ut llm
Puuiieiie court from tu II nnd iilsu
from " to I. Tho local enthuln:iti ore
nil In lino form nud cpet to mnko
lino scores, Tho rinnco will tnku plnen
nt tho club liniiso In tho mcnlng. Hun
dieds of liivltntlons have been Issued. I
P. P. Dubinin is In charge of tlm.nr
rungements. Supt. .1. N. S. Wllllama
attends lo Iho Iranspnrlntion by
train from the various termini, wl,tU)
Messrs. V. Walsh, Win. l.ohr. and, ll.
Williams nro In charge of thn tciiiilHj
arrangements. Ilnsohnll In tbo nftcH
noon nt Kahulul Park between jthnV
' """uis nun inn .Miiiuo-.. aiiU3.ni,
Park, Wiilliiku, 011 Sunday ntt-J
nnnnnnnnnnn n :: t: n n ni
suvvr his connection with llu puiilia.
duties nnd will coiilnluu as llm riTTre
scntntlw of Ilamakun 1111 tbo Cc.unty'
Hoard of Supervisors.
Information to this effecl w;vv, re
ceived by (Itivernor Preur Mill' ijiiniJ
ing In a letter from Pernando, stating
Hint ho had decided to withdraw bis
resignation mid will servo oullila'
elected term. ""i.J
Tho only reason that wus glvui for
Pernnnilei's contemplated resignation
wns ill health. If ho reslgnedtll'J
ftowrnor would liuvo to appoint,. :i suc
cessor to represent lluiuakiu during
Iho cotirbo of the unexpired term. 1