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VOL. XI. NO. 4390.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRIT OKY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE S CENTS.
JURY TOLD OF PLANTERS, DEHIHG. AND EXPENSE
PLANS COMPLETE FOR CONGRESSMEN
Attorney For, Conspiracy Case -Defense MaRes
Attack Upon Professor Dening In Open
ing Argument Before Jury-Planters'
Association Frequently Brought in
Speech Stenographic Report of Remarks
-Judge De Bolt Takes A Hand
Thu ut tempt tli.il Attorne I.tghtroot JIJI emphasizing tho trim meaning ol
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,r r.UK- .. ,-. - of iclr , .A, ,ha
pealing to thu prujii.llt.04 of tho Jury M g n .,hlg g t)m t)me
In the wniplMcy eato Instead or rv , 0X,,riI,at that traitor Sliebti
Ing upon .the nctuil inorlts of tho do- vveiu u fofv of tho expressions of tin
lensu wns Indicated In that nttot- JJ lint wero quoted hy the uttornoj
noy'H opening renmrks this morning for the jirosociitlou.
In tlui cauro of his argument, follirv- It Is irnliil)' that the ciso will go
lug ill oi tho conclusion of Mr Kin- to ilin Jury tomorrow morning. Light
lieyn opuilug nddican which cloned ut foot planning to consume thu greater
!. o'clock, :i half hour after court con. poitlon of today In his nigumont. It
onod for I lie iUy. Is understood tint the (.losing, nrgu
l.tghtfoot's .itgumeiit consisted ment hy Mr. Kinney will ho brief,
mainly of IiikIiiii itloim nmliist llio mo- Llghtfoot Begins,
thch of the prowcullnn nnd ho In- Mr l.iglitfoot's rem irkB ns taken by
dulged In n lengthy HHflc-i- Hip nlllcl il stenographer were as fol
lion of .l'lOfiwir Hulling and lows: --
the reasons tint piompted him to "Mn It pleiiHO the Court hiii' Gen
enmo to Huwall and act as a trnnslnt- llenipn of tho Jury: The learned
or In tho tilal pioceedlngs. j (Continued on Page 3)
It Is not nppirent wint ugnitooi
plans l Kiln by his obvious offoil
to east discredit iipmi Professor IVn
lug. Ho dwelt at length on the trans
lator's unfamlll.irlly with tho Hawaii
an languago with tho nppirrnt Idea of
convincing the Jm v- that the nioanliv?
or tho words "plllkla" and "wlklwlkl"
joHsoHKed homo bearing upon tho Is
sues In the trial or tho four nrciimsl
(onspliaioiH. Lightnot admitted that
1'roressor Dening "might" understand
Japanese and Digllbh, but Insisted
that his translations wero Inacciiralo
ami could not ho depended upon.
Tho logical and mental proccsbcs of
tho attorney for tho defense wero
sho.ti In his ntlcmpt to bilng Gcorgo
Smithies Into tho case. Jnit ho was
promptly c-illod to order by Judge Do
Unit upon tho objection of Mr. Kinney.
In tho conclusion of his argument
this morning Mr. Kinney showed plain
ly that tho threats used ngalnst ed
itor 'Sheba of the Hawaii Shlupo, who
was finally tho victim of an attompt
od assassination, wero mod In a way
that could only bo Interpreted ns
meaning that his death was wished
Mr. Kinney quoted from tho Nlppi
trips around Honolulu. Tho Mayor's
lunu will bo tho only one given as tho
committee, wiser by reason of the ex
IH'Hcnco with tho last visiting colon,
hale decided that many Is too much.
Monday, August 30 Party arrives
from San Francisco Surf riding In
ufternoon. Committeemen and hand
on steamer to meet party.
Tuesday, August 31. Vlr.lt puhl'c
institutions, military jsists, etc. Ho
ceptlon at Governor's In n'tcrnnon-
fland conctit und dance at Moan.i li.
Wednesday, September 1. Visit
I'earl Harbor, Lellehua camp and pine
apple plantations. l.unch, review und
polo game at Ilkliua.
Thursday, September 2. Automo
bile ride mound Island via l'.ill and
Halelvva. Hand concert and dancu at
Friday, September 3. Luau given
by Ma) or Kern. VlBlt Illshop Mus-
Saturday, September 4. Band con
cert and danco Alexander Young ho
Sunday, September 6. Sail for
Knunl on Maunn Kea In evening.
Monday, September 6 Arrive !'
w,lllwlll at da break Kauai rurertli.ii
commlttuv) meet steamer and ociii
'hose who deslie to see the wind vr'
vide of the Island hy automoL'lo to
Hannlel, whero tho steamer will In
net. At Hannlel tho party wil' break'
fast aboard the Bieaiuer. Tiin e In
ctenmer to Wnlmea. Land nr.d lunch
at Mr. day's. From Walmea to l.lliao
by nutomoblto. Supper and reception
(Continued , on 'Page 4)
SAYS D0WSETT NEGLECTED
MAKING EARLY APPLICATION
P r no id ont steamer niihau SCHWERIN WRONG, ITrpmhlnrQ
r I GOIUGIIl RppiiRTFn ciink sm mmprfii I DlllUiUl O
Company Refuses To TelMiTS LA
eer ot ractnc man is wtinoui
Details Of The
"Mr. Scl.werln Is Inboilng under n
misapprehension of facts when he
states that Honolulu harbor Is one of
the most expensive In United States
The Inter-Islnnd Steam Navlga-
' Hon Company Is doing Its best to
..mnni. .Inflnlfn tioVfa nl Ilin InltlnlT lerrltnrV. It ! llOlllltlir ()f till) klllll
A cablegram was leclved at uoon or he N(lhnu on Kalmlloa reef off und n comparison of the charges at
today by Governor Kroar and Tieas- M()U,ka Thcy ,,, rL.celvliiK San Frnnplsco and Honolulu will show
urer Conkllng advising them that tho u wrcIellB bllt won.t ,iv,ige thu that there Is a balance In our fin or."
bond Issue ror uo,uuu lias oeen np ,.,. . , rh.lr vorv .ll.nrn Thin eiimhatlc stntement wns mado
would seem to Indicate that the dls-Moday by 8iierlnlendent of Public
aster Is serious. j Works Marston Campbell when he
That the vessel Is lost Is nlmost was asked whether the statement
certain, and It Is supposed to have made b) Mr. Schwerln (lenernl Man
struck the Kalmlloa reef. The CKer of Hie Pacific Mall Steamship
Claudlne, which will be near tho Company, whb corrcpt.
AnA nl ta wM.b tlila nftnrnnnn. t Mr. Pnlr.nlmll ntfileil Hint 11 fnlr rntn.
construct the Kula pipe lino on Maul. w, B(mrch for her but ,t , not ex. par,m Wth tho charges of a laigv
whlrh will bring water to many ncrcs pecte(, ,inl she w, bo founi, percentage of the ports on tho main-
or nt pivsent useless agrlcultiiral Cuptn oness Is reported to have land will prove conclusively that the
lands. The other $100 00" will b- uied . , v.,Bi nn,i uii hmut are statement mndo bv t!i neneral Man
'j- inirrovrng iionoiiuu naruor, uiiim- jj t() ))e 8afe
Ing wharves, etc.
proved by President Taft.
The cablegram stated that the Unit
ed States Treasury will accept them
ns security for public deposits, thus
placing them nil thu same rooting ns
nil Territorial bonds.
Of this sum $100,000 will be used to
WILL HAVE HOT TIME.
m aunti much hem
Feasts and Frolics Planned for Vis-
itincr Solons Will Keep Them
All on the Quick-Step During
Their Stay in Hawaii.
As a remit of last night's meeting
of th; General and Executive Com
inlttco for tho entertainment of the
(siting Congressmen vho will arrive
on tho Siberia, tho complete itinerary
for their ttuy in the Islands has been
The following program will piohably
Etnnd with but few changes. It Is
jos-dble that thoy will Include n vblt
to tho Honolulu Iron Works In their
rger of the Piclflc Mall Steamship
Cnnipiny is without foundation.
In the course of questioning the nc
curacy of Schvveiln's remarks Mr.
Campbell stated Hint In addition to
the regular dockage paid by the Pa
clflc Mall Company nt San Krsnclsco
the company paid a monthlv renti'
nnd that even If a essel was striken
by a pilot at San Francisco Ij vfa re
quired to pay half of tho regii'T- 'co
In addition Micro Is the charge of
ACAPULC0, Mexico, Au-. 17.
Three severe shocks of earthquake
were felt here yesterday. Durinc
the tremor the water receded thirtt
feet, thrcateninp; a destructive -tidal
WASHINGTON. Auc. 17. An
eathquakc was recorded on the lo
cal instruments at 2:22 this after
The noxr United Stites Government
official to tome to the Teirliory of Ha-
wall n connection with the develop- COAST PEOPLE BIDDING
men, w.orK,Aip?Kjjn lines oi ine enn .- -jj vr0tar two cenli. jw regtstorod ton for'every
teratloi, of naturnlTesonrces will bo OR LOCAL PIBfi.3T0CK. ,WM,rfWl. ..m,ri) a veMe g a,
t awiinnliifiMinsniilins M ft utnn Pamn. fc 1
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hell has cabled to tho geological ur- n,go hn- t0 DV flvtl eenlB . lon for .. "fr i i T Vt JI j
vey department to .end a man a. soon Industry, in Splendid Stow-Dob CtT-K Z !& Jh' -Zl IHJti
blTlTerinZiv.", TelZ, Z fSS! " 7Ul1 I'J l.er ammmt win,, Jo I...I ,fc, tuAV
" " AUIUMUtuil - vivp ajuuii( uuvu iiuriiur iiniiriivuiiieiii mini,
Mendenhall In nnklng a hydrographlc n.i. Tli t.. v I .
turvoy of the Itlands.
In the' preliminary work that has Demand for iilneannle stock Is ono
Lead in style, materials
and workmanship. This
is no idle statement.
Come in and see our
Summer and Fall styles
and you will agree
with our claims.
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel
Owner of Lost' Schooner Ada Thinks
Government Should Have Made
an Effort to Find His Vessel-
Crew Put Into Hawaii Port.
That criticism from different
quarters Bhnuld bo made of the Unit
ed Stntcs Lighthouse Inspector's of
fice for not promptly sending the
tendor Kukul out to search for the
lost schooner Adn, which has been
missing for nearly a month. Chief
Deputy Whnrton does not feel It is
Justified, When seen this morning
"It seems to me that Mr. Dowsett,
the owner, deserves the criticism.
Why did he wait until tho schooner
was so long overdue? When he did
come Into this office and took the
matter up with Mr. Houston, he
told Mr. Dowsett If he would cable
the department the facts, together
with n statement that the inspector
was willing to send the Kukul out to
look for the missing vessel, that he
would gladly aid him. Dowsett went
out of the office without doing any
thing because he was asked to pay
for the cable
"Now, as a matter of fact, the
duty ot the lighthouse tender is to
give relief, tow in disabled vessels
(Continued on Page 2)
been undertaken It has been found ,)f ,he ow fpaturcl, of lho .Huutlon,
that a geographer will bo needed, and ,n tho Ioca, nmrkal nlds having
the request upon tho authorities at come from the c(ml)t for pineapple
Washington Is the consequence. storks, and locnl brokers have been.
unable to fill them ut any price. j
Just what has operated to produce
this very gratlf)lng condition In
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MIMI.r I Allil AKY ably n combination of good things.
UIUUL. sjflliunisl The favorable tariff results Is un-1
'doubtcdly ono of the first mutters
tt The records of Judgo Robin- tt that Impresses the malnlander.
CONFLICT OVER FIRE
AND POLICE WIRES
Conference Between The
Mayor and Campbell
On Proper System
tt sou'b department of tho Circuit tt whether he knows much of the In-
H fnnr allow Hint snvenlv.fnnr tl lmnl .llnll nf nlnontmU nradlic- Tno Question of Whether the Illlp-
tt couples havo been divorced since tt tlon or not he knows that the liberal ld Transit Company shall maintain
tt Januaiy, u record In a largo do- tt Increase in the tariff protection l''fs '" the stieots to carry the lire
gree duo to the number of pros- 8 must have n good effect. I"","" ",":" i
tt ocutlons begun by United States tt, I naddltlon to this, the advertls- conduit system, by which all of the
8 District Attorney Hreckons and 8 Ing campaign carried on under the telephone lines are to be run under
8 his assistant. Mr. nawllna. for 8 direction of the Pineapple Growers' Brounil In tubes, was made a matter
8 violations of the Edmunds Act. 8 Association has been successful In ' discussion between Superintend.
8 Of tho nationalities Involved In 8 producing the desired result, nnmely t Campbell of the Public MAorks
8 the divDrco proceedings sixty of 8 a broader market for the product, uepurimeni una mayor rern in u
8 them havo been Hawallans, for- 8 The advertising campaign Is going 1connfcrcnco nc '' ij:
8 ty-two Japanese, thirteen Chin- 8 on this year, though not on quite as! The fire and police committee have
8 cse, fifteen Portuguese, ten 8 elaborate a scale, the appropriation mt a report to the Hoard regard-
ain.k.M. ui Pnri..n. ..,i ti i.in- nhniii la boo n month Instead Ing tho matter, and in order to nnve
8 two of other nationalities. 8 of $8,000 when It was first started. Jhe. !" In nane for discussion nt
8 The most corimon cause for 8 The crop this ear has also been lonigni s meeting oi ine iioaru. u.u
8 the securing of divorces has bex-n 8 disposed of under much more favor- Mayor called on Mr. Campbell . to
n .ioa.,...i ,..! nnn ..,! .., f tt i,i rli-rnmniflm than last. It Is nnd out the status of the case. It
tl tho m invntvin- ir..m ii renorted that the sales and orders l Mr. Fern's Idea to request
to be Jloatcd for the development of
the transportation facilities of the
ASSASSIN IS HANGED.
some: onb is urino injured
kvehy day. today it may db
you. why not he protected
hy an adequate accident
policy? it costs little and
8 cruelty and mistreatment. 8
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SAN FRANCISCO, Aug-. 17. Su
Car Beets, 88 analysis, Ut 41-2d.
Parity, 4.40 cents. Previous quota
tion, Us 3d.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 296.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon.v IBS
this year are from twenty-five
(Continued sn Page 2)
to Transit Company to leavo the poles
standing, and either carry the fire
and police wires as at present or
I Judge Whitney this morning grant- settle It' with the Hoard later. It
ed the motion requiring plaintiff to Is said Mr. Campbell fnvors putting
glvo bond in tho sum of $200 to secure all wires underground. The elcc
costs In the case of tho Remington trio light committee also have n
Typewriter Company against U G. communication to read on the sub
Kejl0gK Ject at tonight's meeting. '
LONDON. Aupr. 17. Madarlia
Dhingri, the East Indian' student
who assassinated members attending
the recent conference, was hanged
today, i The man went to his death
without a sign ,of fear or remorse.
He has stated from the first that he
courted dcath and hopes that his
death will be the means of .further
arousing his fellow citizens to throw
off the yoke of British rule in In
, FIRE IN GLASGOW.
GLASGOW, Aug. 17. A fire
broke out today in the retail section
of the city and destroyed property
to the value of one and a quartet
millions of dollars.
TRANS-MISSISSIPPI CONGRESS; -W
DENVER, Colo., Auk. 17. Tho
sessions of the Trans-Mississippi
Congress opened here today.
KANSAS CITY HOT.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 17.
The terrific heat continues and great
suffering is resulting.
SEEK PEACE WITH MOORS.
PARIS, Auir. 17. It is reported
that Spain is negotiating peace witli
With good service and exceptional
cooking are to be had at the PALM.
Hotel near Union.
Reaches all parts of the city. Care
ful drivers, Prompt service.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE. Telephone 301,
Next Fruit Boat
S.S. Alameda, Aug. 18
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
Hollister Drug Co.
You may te Comfortable and not Happy, but 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 long way toward making you happy.
They are cool and easy.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
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