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EVENING HUILET1N. HONOLULU, T. 11., TUESDAY, AUG, 17, 1909.
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MEMBERS OF SUTTON COURT OF INQUIRY
AND WITNESSES IN ANNAPOLIS HEARING
WWPOI.IS tlir 10 The
mil toil to tln Sicre'arv of the N.iv
Tho clearest tuKtiinnii) gi in in iV enrh i is" or the Inquiry nt Annap oils into the death of l.teutentnt James
N. Sutton o'f the muim corps win- ih.it ol I leiuenant TJomius, who wus o Ulcer of tin- guard nt tho mailnc camp
on the night Sutton bit his life. I loulcniut Ilcvaiib said tlmt soon after midnight on Oct. 12, 1907, tho corporal
of the guard leportod to hhn lb it a light was In progress ucnr tho cntrnn ce to tho camp. He run in that direc
tion ami found Sutton, wlih two rooleis beuflllng with Lieutenant Iloo iker. This was near Sutton's tent.
Ilenns oidercd Sutton umler arrest; but ho declares, tho latter paid no a Itentlon to tho order nnd started to
wheio tho flxlit had taken pl.ico. r'oou Howum lienid tho sounds of sh ot and running to tho scene, found
Lieutenant Ulley and Seaigeant Dthart holding lilm down. Ilevans said ho leached for Sutton's right nrr,
thero was a shot ami Sutton sanx back with a bullet In bis head. Dcva us raid Lieutenant Willing, who was
offlcor of the iU, took the rowilvcr from Sutton's hand. Ilcrnns wna c leaily of tho Impresblou that Sutton
hail fired tho fatal shot.
WHAT ARMY AND IIAVY
"FOLK ARE DOING
20th Inf Extra Duty.
I'liht Lieut William 11. Wallace,
20th Inf, Is. in addition to his other
duties, assigned to duty In iharge
of the post exchnnge. leo Captain
William It. Jliove, heieby relieved.
Ltrut. Wallaco In addition Is assign
ed to dut Aik I as us.dJtant lo the
Q. XI. nnd C. S. of cadets.
5th Cavalry Col. Walter S. Schuy
ler. Leave for one montlj Is granted
Col. Walter S Schuyler, Mil Cav..
Sihnfleli! Ilanurks, II T.
So 'oud Lieut. Philip II Sheridan,
Mh a v., commanding tho unuhliie
gun pL.ti.oii,' tith CiMiliy, Sdiolleld
Ilarmcks, Honolulu, H T., will pio
cced to San IVaiielheoon trauspoit
leaving Honolulu, II T.. about Aug.
C, tlit.ii to Pipsldlo of Montemy, Cat.,
for loursn of Instruction In the
School of Iluakctiv
Fifth Field Artillery Col. Howard
Two mouth'' leau1, with petiuls
slou to lslt China and Japan, Is
gin n U'il Ht Lieut. John II. V. Coiey,
Tith 1 A about Juno 10,
Corps of Endneers Brip;, Gen
I. Marshall. C. E. .
Leavo for ono inontli nnd fifteen
diys, nbout Aug, 7, Is gnuiled Major
William J. Hai don, C, K.
Pnr. (!, S, O. 159, July 12, 1900.
W, I), Is uiuonded hi as to icllovo
Major William J. Ilaiilon, 0. IJ from
duty In WnsliliiHtoii. I). 0 and In
olllto of chief of cnt'lneeis not later
nri m Hip fliuton case, reached In rccret pcsMoii, have boon sub'
k'Iiu Tlie) li;tu nut ct been nunlu public.
than Oct. 1, Instend of not later than
Sept 1, 150'J.
I.c.ne for ten dajs, about July 28,
Is granted I'lrst Lieut. Charles H.
Pettis, C. K.
I.cnxe for fifteen diijs, about Aug.
IG, 190!l, Is granted Second Lieut.
John W. N. Sthuli!, C. K., Port Leav
Iluford Icft San Kiancitco for
Seattle July 2fi.
Ciook At San rinnclsco.
Dlx Allied nt Scnllle Juno 'l.
Ingalls At Newpoit News.
Kllp.Urlck dipt. J. D. Tllford.
Arrived at New York July 2I from
Logan Left Naiignsakl for Hono
lulu nnd San Francisco July 20.
McCloltnn At Newport Nows, Vn.
Mmde Laid up at Newport Nows.
Fowaid At Munlln.
SliPildan-AnUed nt San .Fran
cisco July 1 1.
Sheimnn At Pan Frnnclssn.
Sumner At Newport N'ews.
Thoiuns Loft Honolulu for Ma
nila July 15,
Warren At Manila,
Wright At Manila.
Iluiiitddc ("apt. II. W. Stnmfoid.
Left Seattlo for San Fianclkto July
Cyrus W Field Lieut. C. C.
Culver, Signal Corps. Ailhed Now
NO PLACE LIKE
In that Uclnlty.
Joseph Henry Lieut. J. Alfred
.Moss, Signal Corps. At New York
Llscum Lieut. W. M. Ooodale.
In Phlllpplno waters.
Tho United States Civil
Commission announces nn examina
tion August 24-25 to fill a vacancy In
tho iHislllmi of assistant '(mule), ut
SI 000 per annum. In tho Naval Ob
tor wilni y. Navy Dopaitnient, Wash
ington, D. C, mid vacinrles ii-qulrln
rlmllnr qirillllcntlons as they may oc
cur, miles.) It sh ill bo derided In tho
InteicrtB of tho ,v. ico to (111 lb" vie
cancy by leliiHiuiouieut, transfei or
Service Men Burled.
The bodies of tlilrtj-two koldlcis
who died In the Ubt year whllo sorv
lug in tho Phlllpplno Islands were
bmled July 29 lu tho Aillngton Na
tional cemeleiy with ml'ltiry honors
'Clliill.i . ...... ....... .lin.... ,.f ,1... ml. n.i.l
tlio inib caviry "md ,.m b mid tho
ISIIi lnfantiy negro leglinents.
Army War College,
The following o dicers nre ilctallel
lo enter tho next rlasa "t ibn Armv
AVar Collcgo: Mnjora AVllllam C
Ilrovwi 3d, Cav j Oail Ilelchmnnn. 21th
Inf; Chuilos L. Ileckurts r.ih inf;
(JnptB. Aioxnniler U Dp Is, 9th Cav.:
dcorgo Lull. Irwin. 2d V A : Mnlln
Cnlg, lbt Cav, Tho nlllcers names,
Willi tho, cNreptlon of Cepl -In Crsl'j
will ropoil nbout Aus IT. 19"9 for
duty Cintiiln Craig will l-m-,, .,
tilln about Keplcmbei- in 19 9 for "mi
rrnnclwo, llicneo for Iho collego, for
XJ- BULLETIN ADS PAY
York July 2G for temporary
lawmaker Declares Japanese Will
Be a Menace and Demands That
Immigration of Future Provide
Francis 0, Ncwlantls of Nevada
lias not abandoned (ho attitude that
he assumed In the Scnnte of the
United States In regard to the prob
lems surrounding land holding In
Hawaii and tho development of tho
Territory "along traditional Ameri
can lines." I
Ncwlands was the father of tho
thousand acre limitation clause In
the Organic Act, nnd the statements
that he made In 1900 In connection
with the lnnd problem and tho de
velopment of Immigration he now
says have been amply vindicated by
.time. rum, 00 enses cognac, 50 cases Vor-
In n speech In the Senate on July mouth, 25 cases safety matches, 2.1
9th, In connection with tho Philip- cases jam, 7 enses rhromns, 2 bale
pine tariff Senator Newlands voiced leather, 10 bags coal, It cases sun
nn emphatic piotcst against what dries and 212 pkgs mdsp for Panning
ho termed the orlentlallzatlon of Island. She leaves for Vaimiucr nt
I His remarks wcro made In con
nection with the offering of nn
amendment to the Philippine tnilff
.bill reading as follows:
J "That It Is the purpose of tho'
United States to hold the Philip-1
Pino Islands In trmt for the Philip
pine people until such time, as a I
staple Go eminent shall ho estab
lished and the people of such Islands
shall be prepared for self govern-,
nicnt nnd then to withdraw, main-'
tnlnlng, If deemed itch liable, to such I
Islands some such relation ns the I
United States now bears to Cubn."
In connection with his amend-
tawinf" mtrNr ",!"ll,,""11t,ef"1-
lowing to say bearing on his pre-
"l1,'1 ,CJ" ," "',e f"l"rC f
Hawaii wjiei. .he Organic Art wan
under onnsMfntlnn In rmitfrrmi?
"So far fs the Hawaiian UlumW
wcro concerned. We alwi persued the
policy of 'dflrt.' I have nlwujs felt
kome degt9,of icjponslblllty regnid
Ing thoje Isjands, for I had the hon
or to Introduce In the House of llep
lesentathes ' the lesulullnns under
which they weie annexed. Hut there
wo failed tn icilUo that the ques
tion of tho fuliiic of (ho lluwiliau
.Islands was, not to much a nucstlou
of Government ns n quest 'on of
economics. ,. It wa3 my effnit when
the civil bill was framed to hno
thp laws regarding those Islands ko
fiai I as to develop a self inspect
ing i Itizenshlp composed of men
who had nn Interest In the hull and
who would ultimately be picpared
to tnke on themselves tho burden
of self government i
several amendments to tlio Organic1"10 W0rW'8 records nt S0C. y It and
Act In the House of Ilepresentntlcs!1000 'ar,ls' flrlng l,ovcn 8hot" wlt'1 u
to that end, some of which were
beaten and somo of which were
passed, but I am sorry to say that
most of them were eliminated In
conference, upon tho assumption
that these questions could come up
nt some future time for solution.
They have never come up, and tho
result Is that we have legislated!
with reference to the Hawaiian Is
lands In such a way as to give the
land Itself a value of from fifteen
hundred to two thousand dollars an
acre to make man thero almost
I Senator Newlwds then quoted
his remarks made In 1900 under the
heading of "Civil Government In
Hawaii-land monopoly-servile In-
bor."nnd continuing hn ileelnre.i-
"That utterance, made In the ear
1900, nine years ngo, has been
nbundnntlv vindicated bv riiW.i
qucut .cventB, We hove built up
there by u subsidy of 112,000,000
mutually1 In the sugar bounties a
sugar planting class, one of the
most refined, cultivated nnd edu
cated classes to bo found In tho
world, but a small class composed
nt the utmost of a few thousand
leople and we have there 1G0, 000
people almost none of them aro fit
ted for self government, almost the
entire population of those islands
belng attached In a semlforvllo ,) """ rBreu. i.ater ne com
capaclty to tho soil, without tight N"c(l of severe pains.
- iL "11?- "f I
what u,fiee government means. Wo
mvu oiiwuruBcu mo uiiuiiKruuuii
Into those Islands of tills class of
people and to-day there are nearly
80,000 Japanese In those Islands,
whoso presence will constitute a
constant menace In tho future,
"One of the reasons for the ac
quisitions of those Islands was that
ihey controlled our defensive line
In tho Pacldf,, that we could not
lush their occupation by a foreign
prwei; nnd et we have allowed the
I eople of the only power which Is
likely to contest with us oui posl-
Hon of ndvantaee lu tho Pacific to
t" uiiiiuiiiuciru upuii iiiuou ibiuhus, poncy. i roar that our policy will
ox-soldlers, tmlncd meni nnd If ntjtond In. tho snmo direction regard
any time dllllculty arises with Japan lug tho Phlllpplno Islands "
Many Tourists From Colonies Enfov
Fine Weather Up From Sydney
Long trip From Below the
Tho Makura arrived this morning
nt 7 o'clock after nn uneventful pas
sage up from Sydney. Sho had 24
passengers for Honolulu, vlth 200
going through, nnd carried n cry
Bmnll cargo, nbout 4fi tons.
Sho left Sidney on Aug. 2 nnd nr-
rlved at and departed from Suva on
tho ninth. She report moderate
variable winds and lino weather
Tho following Impoits wcro un
loaded here: CO pkgs gin, 70 cases
whisky, 110 cases liquors, 20 cases
I 5 this afternoon.
ORIENT BOAT HAS
China in Fort Early 7ith Small
I Cargo fcr Honolulu and Few
I Passengers She Sails for the
Coast This Afternoon at Five, i
T,: ,, M 0NA ,,
umultnneouily with tho
Makura and followed her Inside
, b ,, d fc
Many passengers are traveling on
,,c , ,, wer(J , ,, ,
' ' . ....
four for Honolulu. Among thoso
leaving the boat nt this port wcro
Miss Muud Kinney and I). KulK- I
She has but 41i0 tons of cargo for
Honolulu nod carried iW sacks of
mall for local distribution. Purser
Ilalley reports exceedingly hot
weather on tho trip down nnd iin
uneventful oynge. Thai a Is looin
on her for nil the small bonking list
f I om here. Sho sails at I p. in.
BY SERGEANT HINGLE
CAMP PERKY, Aug. 1C Marino
Corps marksmen look first, second ami
'bird prizes. Sergeant Hlnglo broko
perfect score In each Instance.
Conitlcilug tho lecou'.s that uro be
ing put up nt Camp Pony by Ilia rllle
men this jear. it will bu Indeed n
' fen,her In iho caps of tho Hawaiian N.
I u- " me" " ""'' e"l""ru any of tho
oergeant Mingles worm s rocord at
tho 800, 900 and 1000 yards, as tho
abovo qablo states, should j'and for
years to come.
II tt It
KILLED BY BOXING.
Provlncetown, Mass., Aug. 1.
Following a boxing bout In which
ho took part at smoker on board tho
battleship Vermont last night a col-
a n'es3 nttendant nnmed Foster
dleil '"d" Hls opponent, nnmed
' W""nm,, a,so coloreil. s under
i llioro hnd been somo III feeling,
It Is said, between the two colored
men, mid when It was proposed to
hold a boxing bout In connection
with the weekly smoker they volun
teered to settlo their grudge in a
10 round contest.
' Tho fight was a gruelling nffalr.
Tho victory was awardod to Wil
liams, I Foster, after wnnhlnir nn,l trent.
lnB ,I,ls Injuries, swung tils ham-
N S S s s r
'we would not only havo the nnvy of
japan on the outside, but the army
of Japan within tho Islands, to con-
"Tho policy which i nointed out
In 190Q would hnvo given us by this now in charge of L. B. KERR &
time a self-respecting citizenship of CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Ameilcnn citizens, black nnd white, -
of Porto means, of Portuguese, nnd "Mamma," said small Gregory, who
Italians. H would have eliminated, had been reading proverbs, "I know
by a gradual and progressive sys- why a burnt child dreads tho flro."
'tern, tho condition of land mon- "Why. dear?" asked his mother,
opolles that have prevailed there, ' "Because whon ho gets burned once,
and wo would have made the man tho burn makes him smait enough to
woitn something thoie, Instead of
the i,ni nH Wo lmvo Uono ,)y m)r
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