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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAD, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1809. 10 PAGE!
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DR. COOK'S STORY CONFIRMED BY ASSOCIATES
MILLIONAIRE BRADBURY IS IN PRISON
N VM Nvaftatfftaai WWWHWWMMMMHW
Beautiful Reception Held
Today By Hawaii's
LARGEST CROWD IN HISTORY
THRONGS WASHINGTON PLACE
Royal Hawaiian Societies Well Rep
resented In Excellent Health
Liliuokalani Receives Amidst
Flowers and Music.
Her M.ijosly Queen l.llluok.ituiil Is
n'vcnty-ono jo.irs of 1130 today. Sho
Ih well nnil certainly looks sLitoly mid
liinJuBtlc lu ovcry wny. Sho lecilvod
tilt! congratulations or line, of (lie larg
CHt ciowils Unit ever c:i)Im1 1111 her on
biirh nn m-cjsIoii. Wealing n cie.un
bilk liulokii, thq stood 111 Hie mniikii
mil of tliu rvccptiun room ini'l re
lieved thu guests iih they worn pro
Milled tol.er liy (loorgu SniltlilCJ, fhlet
l.tlier of (ho loceptlon.
llur Majesty was assisted In roci.lv
Ins liy ex Governor Clcghoru on her
left, 10.ul Prlnru nnd Princess Kuiaiil
uuiiolu on lliu left. In the rear Blood
tliu knlilll boaters, Tho 1 00111, .n
customary on Midi occasions, wim
flUt.il wllli InrKu'Hiiil small kahilis. On
Ilia in.iukn sldo nt tliu Wnlklki 1lo.11
was placed tliu bust (if tliu l.ile KI1.3
Kuliikuiu, tliu Queen's brother.
In the inniika room woio placed 011
11 law koa tnblo valuable hookupus
brought by the retainers. Illma lets
mid other valuables were also In evi
dence. 1'ioiiiptly at 11 o'clock tliu doors of
llio reception louni wcru thrown opon
by lion. lMward K. I.lllkalanl, rlilef
liooklp.i of Hie lcccptlon, and Joseph
lie was ntllicd In litark nnd woio
Hie older of Kiiplohml, Kiilakan 1, nnil
llio outers of the Oceanle. As tliu
guests iinlved they vveio piesoulod to
denize Smithies, who ohl.ilncd their
liaines licfuru presenting them to the
Tim lint arrival vvaH Hon. Itlchaul
1 tut t hold t, 1I0.111 of the Congressional
p.uty. Ilo wns followed by tho dl
tlngiibhod members of , Hid inrly. I In
fill e tliey cntercil tho receiitlon room,
however, the incinhers of tliu Aliahul
lluln Alii 11 l.lllnokiit.uil picscnteil
tbemrelves liefmo tho Queen nnd 011
llielr behalf, MrH. Uilillahl Webb, see
lelaiy of Hie hoclety lead n mo
inoiial In Hawaiian. This done,
llio nioinbi'is presented llm koa tables
nnd stands to tho Queen. Her Maj
esty, In accepting them, tlninked thn
nienibeis for their valuable) gifts.
(Continued on Page C)
of little- men's
clothing in the
city at .
Kash Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel St.
After, having burned fiom her
bands with 11 powerful nclil tho
minks that bore witness to her mar
riage In Japan to the man whom sho
has repudiated ns her husband, nnd
iiinsiiuenidlug ns 11 Chlnrro woman,
I'bl KobiillHha Is under nrrcst by
tho l'ederal authorities.
One wife, two husbands and tlirco
Interpreters wcio the principals In
the International family tangle that
hail Its setting this moruliiR In tho
ofllco of t'nlted States Attorney
llreekons nt 11 hearing before Acting
United Slates Comnilsjlnner Spencer.
The woman nnd her legal husband
1110 natives of Okinawa I'crfeetine,
vvhlih Includes 11 group of Islands
(Continued on Page 4)
MAKES PLEA FOR
Appropriation Is Asked
Willi a view or see 11 r 1 11 k n liberal
appropriation trom Congress to
diedgo and othcrwlso Impiovo Ka-
I111I11I llnrbor, it carefully prepared
report was submitted nt this nftor
neon's meeting of tho Tuifctces of
tho Chamber of Commerce by Kliucr
IC. l'axton, clialiinaii of tho Commlt
teu on Ilaihors, Shipping and Trans
portntlon, setting forth tho needs ot
greater bulbar facilities at Maul.
Following this was a resolution
which was pnxpcd and leads: 1
"llesolved, That tho repoit of tho
Conimltleo on llinbor, Shlptdng nnd
Tinnsportiitloii lelatlvo to llio im-
piovemeulH of K11I111I11I Harbor, lis
submitted nt Hill IneellnA l0 mid
thu mimo Is hcii'by aciepted nnd ni
proved by this Chamber; and bo It
Itcsolved, That tho Hon. J. Knln-
lil.ilinole. Delegate to Congiess from
tho Territory of' Hawaii, bo fur-1 tlnco the last census wna tuken, tho
nlshed with a sufficient number of population now Is prohnbly 30,000.
printed topic ot 141I1I report and that! Nenrly tho wholo of tho population
ho bo iciiiiMted to use his best of-! I engaged In the production of su
rorls to scciiio nn nppropiiatlon nt Bi plncnpplcs, rice, taro nnd small
tho coming session of Congiess for 11' fllrnl products.
Milllclcut amount to
m.iku tho lm-
YI w fJj
T U IXXAt J-1-IYJJ
r H W W W V
"I, ns well ns the rest of llio com-
inlltco, feel favorably disposed to-
wards tho development nnd Improve-
ment or Hawaiian haiborB, and inoro
particularly that or Honolulu, nnd
as It menus much to not only tho
Islands, but to tho states as well,
Wo will do ns much ns Is In our
power for them."
Sticb, In substance, was the state-
incut m.ido this afternoon by Hon.
II. C. Woodynrd of West Virginia,
after making a tour of tho harbor,
together with other members ot the
IliverH mid Harbors Committee nnd
Tho enlargement ot tho harbor
proper was iIIsciim-ciI, mid Mnjor
Wlnslow outlined plnns that would
greatly liuprovo Us capacity fm,
handling tho fleets of vessels contln-
tially passing through. Among
theso is the setting back of tho
Quarantine Station nnd tho dredg-
Ing of that side. This plan met with
'- 1 .- -
provi!iicn!8 nt Knhulul ns outlined.
In Bald report, siibjert to tho recom-
mendutlons of tho local United
States Engineer In chnigo."
Tho survey of. Knhulul Harbor, on
the Island ot Maul, is now being
mado by thn War Department us
iuithorlied by the Inst Itlvcr and
llflrlior Act of Congress. This work
will bo completed In tho nenr fu-
lure, nnd if tho project meets with
wio approval of llio Department It
will bo In lino for tho consideration '
of Congress nt tho coming session..
In view of tho great need of addi-
tlonal harbor facilities at Knhulul
wo beg to submit tho following facts
showing tho present nnd prospective
commnrco or that port. 1
1. ISLAND OF MAUI. 1
Tho Island of Maul Is next to tlio
lurgest of tho Hawaiian group, con
tinuing 728 squaro miles, and ItH
nearert approach Is 00 miles dis
tant fiom Honolulu on tho Island ot
O11I111. The Island of Maul is lo
cated in tho middle ot tho group,
1111,1 11 P''r of call uro visited by
nearly all ot llio Inlcr-lsland vessels,
Tho population, according to tho
last census, wns 24,7?, or 1C per
cent of tho total of tho Hawaiian Is
lunds. Ah nine jenrs hnvo claused
Tho total atseshed valuo of prop
erty on tho County of Miiui (Includ
ing tho unimportant Islands or Molo
kul, Knhoolawe nnd Lntinl), In 1908
wns $22,30:1,850, or nenrly 17 per
1 cm oi 1110 total tnxnblo values ot
tho Territory or Hawaii.
Or n Iqtnl area ot 40(1,000 acres,
It li cstlniiitcd that 150,000 ncrcs
"WHAT IS INSURANCE? 'TIS A
HAND THAT OKASPS THE FU
TUIIE BY THE HAND AND WEDS
IT TO THE PRESENT."
Hawaiian Trust Company
i ikfi y
I kV B I
much favor with lliu Congressmen,
anil Major Wlnslow fixing the prob-
able lost of $500,000. JMr. Woodynrd
thinks that In vlow of tho great
benefit that would ba derived from
the action, 'Hint tho ,next Congress
will net on It. Thoio'acrnnipnnjlng
Major Wlnslow were, Itepro-entn-
tlves Woodynrd, McLnchhin, lliimph-
rpyB and Tnylor. f
8AN FRANCISCO, 8pt. 2. Sugar:
Beeti, 88 analysis, 11s. '8Vid. Parity
4.17 cents. Previous quotation lis.
istrct Magistrate Frank Andrnd.i
lnis aflcrnm-n look his oath of offlco
,n tils rcpKiliitmont nk District Mag-1
Ktr-itr or Honolulu. Ho was notified
r his rc.iptiolnlment by Acting Chief
Justice Wilder this morning. Tho
teim of ortlco of tho District Magls-
trato Is for two years,
j.- 'i 'i
Maul for 1908 was approximately
'llio only points i.uuno is)nnd nt,
which decp-seti'''rj'sselsiuill nf'o K
unupall Kitliuhil Und MTvvlisa Day,
KaunalLla-but little inoro than
ur'e arable, l'of 'Which aboutuTO.OOO
are undor cultivation! Ovor 100,000
Hcies of rhountnln In.id have beon
set npart 'as forest reservation for
tho conservation of the water sup
"piles for tho urublc lands on tho
Value of Products.
Tho total vuluc of agricultural
products giown on the Island of
nn opon roadstead, located, hoowver.
on tho leeward side of the west end
(Continued on Page 6)
BALL AT THE YOUNG
I Tho big pall, to bo given In honor of
, tho visiting Coiigrchnnen and their
t wives, will lake place this evening on
tho root garden of tho Alexander
Young hotel and promises to be one of
tho most enjoyable affairs of tho sea
son. There will bo special music at din
ner by 11 Hawaiian quintet. A num
ber of Informal dinner parties have
Leon planned tho guests of which will
Inter attend tho bnll on llio roof. Army,
Navy, Murine C01 ps mid tnwufolk gen
BRADBURY IK PRISON.
SAN QUENTIN. Cal.. Scot. 2.
William J. Bradbury, the and and
excentno millionaire of San Rafael.
today began servine; his sentence of
a year in btatcs J? nson for perjury.
Bradbury has fought the sentence
for several years, but was finally
obliged to go to prison, Governor
Qillett refusing to pardon him.
CONGRESSMEN AT AALA PARK.
Next Saturday night, commencing at
)7:30 o'clock, n mass meeting will bo
neiil ni Aula Turk by llio members of
tho Congressional party. John C.
I-ano. tho promoter of tho meeting,
said this afternoon that savernl local
orators will bo selected to spenk that
night, Tliu speakers of tho meeting
will bo announced tomorrow.
MEALS AND SERVICE
EXCEL AT THE
Hotel and Union Sts.
PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY
Are two essential points to the
successful Messener Service. We
insist upon and guarantee both.
WERE NOT IN
Judge Robinson Grants
The Motion To
WAS NOT VIOLATED
Makino and Thirty-One Members of
Higher Wage Association Sue
ced in Escaping Punishment on
Judgo Robinson this morning
granted tho motion presented by
Attorney Light foot asking the dis
missal ot tho order to show cause
why Mnklno nnd llilrty-ono of the
Japanese connected with the activi
ties of the Higher Wngo Association
should iiotj.be punished for violating
tho provisions of tho Injunction Is
sued during tho progress of tho riot
The hearing yesterday and today
,was devoted mainly to tho arguments
by Attorney Pioisor for tho prose
cution and Light root tor the detense.
In the course of tils argument this
morning, In which he maintained
that" tho picketing of the "rtmrhv
had been violated, Attorney Proaser
cited n number of authorities to
support his contention. Ho Insisted
that the picketing on th eroads
after tho Issuance ot the Injunction
wns tin action plainly In contempt
of tho order ot court, a vlow which
was suportcd by a number of au
thorities ot note. Prosser dwelt at
length on the necessity of rigorously
enforcing tho provisions of an In
junction, nnd the evidence that had
been presented by the prosecution
(Continued oa Page 8)
On the city diamond today at noon
tho E. O. Hall & Sons ulno defeated
llio Spalding team by a score or 11 to
7. It was an exciting gamo and was
watched by a big crowd of fans.
Hutchcr" and "Whiskers" wcro tho
star players and they did good work.
Miss (lasell and Miss Clark, of Ko
haln, who havu been spending their
vacation in this city, aro roturning to
tho big Island on the Mnuna Kea next
11 ' " ' Mt
NOTICE TO NUUANU WATER CON
SUMERS. Again llio supply of water Is proving
Inadequate to meet tho demands of
consumers on the Nuunnii 'or High
Pressure System. It Is necessary to
restrict tho use or water for purposes
or Irrigation to two hours ench day,
namely West ot Nuuanti Aventia 6 lu
E a. in, East or Nuunnii Avenue 3 to
5 p. m.
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., September
J. M. LITTLE.
Superintendent ot Honolulu Water
.Alameda, Sept. 8
Our next fruit boat
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SKIPPERS.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. Jen
ten, the Danish Inspector for the
North of Greenland, confirms the
arrival of Explorer Cook after hav
ing reached the North Pole.
CONFIRMED BY ESKIMOS.
COPENHAGEN, Sept. 2. Ex
plorer Rasmusen interviewed the
Eskimos who accompanied Dr. Cook
on his trip to the north while they
were at York Bay, and he confirms
the reported discovery of the Pole.
EUROPE BELIEVES IT.
LONDON. Sept. 2. The news
that Dr. Cook reached the North
Pole is generally believed through
MELVILLE DOUBTS IT.
PHILADELPHIA, Sect. 2. Ad
miral Melvillevwho was with the ill-,
fated Jeanette expedition, discredits
the claim that Dr. Cook reached the
North Pole. Christian Amunsden
will not kbandon the trip to the Arc
tic in the Fram.
SOUTH POLE NEXT.
NEW YOrX, Sept. 2. A broth
er of Dr. Cook, the explorer, states
that the victorious explorer will
next attempt the discovery of the
DR. MOORE RESIGNS
FROM THE BOARD.
Oo'-ornor Kroar has rccolved n letter
of reigintlon from Dr. W. I.. Mooro
hs a member of tho Insanity Com in Is
h'lon, tho physician stating that he
catiBo or the fact that ho will bo nvvay
from the Territory for somo tlmo ho
feels that ho should sever his conncc
tlo nwlth tho commission,
Tho Governor stated this ninrnliii;
that ho had not decided to .icoc;i Dr.
Moore's resignation but Indlcutcd that
he probably woutd do so,
SIONAL PARTY THIS
EVENING AT THE
Tho danco planned In honor of tho
visiting Congressmen nnd their fam
ilies will bo hold at tho Seasldo Hotel
this evening nnd not ut tho Alexander
Young Hotel. A concert by llio Ha
waiian llaud will proccd tho danco, for
which special additional music has
toon engaged. A special Invitation to
the guests of tho other hotels, local
Army and Nnvy nnd society folk Is
ssV feOJ l
1081 Fort fit-
Fishing Case Defense
WILL PROBABLY CARRY
CASE TO HIGH COURT
Defendant's Attorney Claims That
Tax on Large Fishing Boats
Was Made Directly to Strike
One more tost enso against Hawaii
an laws has been launched from tho
Police Court in the suit by tho city
mid county against Mlnatotnnl, n Jnp-enct-o
Although the defendant wns not
prcM-nt In person, Ills enso proceeded
without him with (he recoil that Judgo
Aiidrado took the case under advise
ment until next Wednesday.
The still grew out ot tho failure of
the defendant to pay tho llcvtiso
Ci.nmcd ngalnst nit flidicriiien whose
b .it In more than thirty Inches across
thebemn. Together with another of.
itcer, Officer Mlrhl made the nrrcst.
when Mlnntotuul brought bis snmpnn
up lo one of lliu Inlerlhbind wharves
and commenced to sell his catch to -tho
stalls in the flshmarkel.
Deputy County Attorney llrown, for
Hie prosecution, fulled to show Hint
the fish were caught Insldo tho marine
leaguo and this Is ono of tho utrongest
points that Attorney Quirlcs for Mlna
totnnl depends upon.
Ho imlnted out that If tho county
lint! a right to tax this man tor catch
ing Ash on tho high seas, the prosecu
tion having railed to show that ho
caughl them in legal Hawaiian waters,
that It would also have n right to tax
fishermen who could fish off Alaska
mid bring their catch here. This, ho
fchnwed, would bo in violation of In
ternational laws ns no one can Im
post a tax for fishing on thu high
Another point was tho alleged viola
tion ot (ho 14lh amendment ot tho
United States Constitution, whereas
It discriminated ugalust tho ilshermnn
In two ways. In tho first place It dis
tinguished between fishermen owning
bouts with 30-inch beams and those
owning boats with a 29-Inch beam,
where no difference practically exist
ed. In tho second place it distinguished
between different trades as other peo
plo engaged In supplvlng other neces
sary articles of food, were freo rrom ,
Mr. Quirlcs wanted lo hnvo thn pros
ecution stipulate that tho law was
framed directly to strike tho Japaucso
Lccuuso nil boats of und over tho slto
r.peclfled woro owned by thu sons of
NIpiKin. llrown indignantly refused
and this Kint was dropped although It
will probably bo brought up again. Mr.
Quarles slnted that they weru ready to
carry tho rase lo tho Supremo Court.
llrlg.uller General l-'red Kunston
bus purchased a tarm lu California
and will pass his furloughs there.
Is expressive, isn't it?
This illustration is one of onr
"Crossett" Brown Russia Oxfords
the kind that
"MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY."
They do not ride at the heel-
gape at the ankle,
bind across the toes,
nor make vou anxious to pet
off at night,
Sold nowhere else in town.
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