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VOL. XI. HO. 4403.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1900. 10 PAGES.
PRICE S CENTS.
STORES AT THE
First Arrest Is Made
And Others To
HELD IN CUSTODY
United Slat Authorities Begin
Work That Is Er.pictcd to Lead
to Sensational Developments
One in Jail.
Sensational developments aio ox
I retort to follow tho arrest ly Unltcil
Stilton Mirshnl Uon.lry of Jumes DoHn,
:i former emplove of tlio government
quarry at Mollllll.
Ilollti Is under arrest on u charge of
ptijitlliiK a gallon of gisollno ')' the
tlovcinmcnt stores at tlio quarry, lint
a niimhci of otlici clunges will 1)0
brought against Iilm by tlio Unltcil
It la believed that tlio arrest of Holla
is city tlii first of 'a number that will
ioIIow promptly by tlio Unltcil States
ntilho'rltUr,. The stores atho Mollllll
quarry luo boon subjected to organ
lzcil thoft and tliti government lies lost
lr.mdieda of dollars through tlio work
of tntbtcd employees. Tim quarry Is
being usod to supply matcilal for tlio
fortifications mid a number of vnlu
nblo tools ami material are kept In the
rlorelioiMo for tlio workmen.
The arrest of Ilolln, It Is bollovcd.
will load to the arrest of tlio other
members of a Bans who have boon
tystcmatleally plundeilng tho quarry
Union, The United States authorities
uru not prepared to give out a do
trilled statement against Bnlln ami his
fellow-suspects but It is stated that
tho ovlde.ice Is ample that u number
of the employes at tlio quarry liavo
hitd themselves open to an est ami
Holla was discharged from his posi
tion tover.il days ago. Ho will have
1 is hearing before Acting Unltcil
K tn tea Commissioner Spencer this af
ternoon. "All that I ran say at the present
tlnto," said United States District At
torney llieckoi'.R this morula;; "Is (hat
the arrest of Ilolln will lead to an ex
posure that will probably mean n num
ber of other arrests."
About forty men arc employed at tho
185 editorial rooms 150 ut
nets office. These are the teleprme
numbers of the Builatln office
of little men's
clothing in the
Kash Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel St.
AYLETT CUTS UP ON
Gives Some Information
About Methods Of
FINDS A SPONSOR
Irate Supervisor Owns to Being Re
sponsible for It, But Knocks'
Stars Out of Boad Committee
for not Letting Him Report.
As h. champion of human rights, Sup
ervisor Aylctt Is grout. His noble
olco unllftcil at last night's meeting
of the Hoard of Supervisors, drifted
out of the open windows over to the
Young hotel and a Congressman
Muck his head out of a window and
suoio like blazes.
What he said about Supervisor
Quinn and Danny Logan and llkewlso
Kane was simply uwful. Supervisor
Jim, more particularly, got It tremend
It was all because the Road Commit
tee recommended an ordinance and
Aylett was not consulted about It. Not
that ho cared about tb? ordinance, but
he didn't, like to be left out in tho
cold, that's all,and ho talked about It
for a half hour and amused Mr. Quinn.
who is tho chairman of tho Committee,
Tho ordinance was our old friend,
"Hogulatlng the Urcaldug Up. nigging
Up, Disturbance, Undermining and
Digging under tho Public Highways,
(Continued on Page 4)
ALL IS READY
jFOR MAYOR'S LUAU
Provision Made For
Kvorythln pli in readiness for the
Mayor's big limit to lie given in hon
or of tho Congressmen tonight at tho
Seaside Hotel. During the still
hours of fast night, 27 real live fat
pigs were loastcd to a brown, deli
cious turn for the feast. For several
days Mayor Fein has had a largo
force of expert native people ui work
(Continued on Page 3)
FALSE. IS STATEMENT
OF JUDGE ROBINSON
Circuit Judge ItohliiKon has prr.c- Messrs- Kinney. IlalU 'roascr & "put-up Job" I merely referred to nn.l
tlcally repudiated the Intcnluw Uiatl Anderson. Attorneys at Law, Ho- Intended to quote tho remarks of Mr.
.,.,., . .. , , , I nolulu. i Ughtroot, and did not Intend to, and
appealed will, him In this mornings aenltenicn.ln answer to your fav- did not, express n.y own views or opln
AiUertlsei, 111 icbtonso to a letter-that or of ttln ,ato, regaid to what pur- Ions to that effect. It wan Mr. Light
was sent to him this morning by ports to be a teiljnllin statement of foot, and not I, who argued that ho
Judge llallou of tho firm of Kinney, what was said by me la reference to could not understand how such a mass
-Ballon, Prosser and Anderson. Judgo "V remarks concerning the contempt of documents as was prepared by July
I, . . caso recently ended; I huo to say that 10th coulci have been prepared after
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Honolulu, September 3, 1909.
Honorable V. J. Hoblnson. Honolulu,
Dear Sir: Will you kindly Inloini
us whether you were correctly report-
cd in a purported Interview publbdiid
on pago 11 of this morning's Ailver-
User, In which you are reprecenttil no
(-.Iscusslui; the evldcnco In the ion-
tempt proceedings, reliability of the
witnesses for the prosecution and the
conduct of our linn In preparing tho
Mr. Prosser and myself called thH
morning to see you personally In the
matter, but find you on the bench c i-
gaged In the trial of a case. Wo tnVo
this method of reaching you, and of
requeotlng a reply at your earliest
Very truly yours,
Judgo Koblnson's reply was as fol-
Honolulu, Sept. 3, 19D9.
"To study local harbor conditions'
with n viow of reporting them to 'Con- ncBsmen gathcied ut tho Commercial
gross and to see what Immigration Club ut noon today ut the luncheon
legislation Hawaii needs," Is the Bum- of tho Merehnnts' Association,
mary of the object of his visit, given Walter Dillingham made the in
today by Senator W. P. Dillingham troductory remarks. Btatlng that the
to n II u I I o 1 1 n reporter. ' Merchants' Association extended Its
' Togothor with W. It. Wheeler and hearty nloha lo the members of tho
Prof. H. A. Mlllls, Senator Dillingham, Congressional delegation, and Intro
chairman of tho Immigration Commls- ducing L. A. Thuiston as the llrst
tlon, arrived this morning and all aro speaker of tho day.
now guestB nt tho Moanc hotel. (Continued on Page 3)
Mnny yoors of experience In tho .
matters which have brought them BRADBURY IN JUTE HILL,
hero, Insures Hawaii what might bo' SAN QUENTIN, Cal.j Sept. 3.
termed a scientific analysis of hor pe- Millionaire W. J. Bradbury, who be
cullar labor problems, and the roiort (fan servine his sentence for oerjury
of them to bo mado by tho commission vesterdav. has been out at work in
to congress, win in all probability call
forth special !eglsaton for tho Islands.
forth special Icglsafon for tho Islands,
(Continued on Page 3)
"WHAT IS INSUTlANCET
(BAND THAT OUASP3 THE
TURE DY THE HAND AND WEDS
IT TO THE PRESENT."
Hawaiian Trust Company
n my convorgaton ,V, jiPi rw
Cpcatod to him .many matters and
things that were contained In the argil-
ment mado by Mr. I.lshtfoot but did
not at that time, nor at any tlmo
adopt them as my own views, and did
not then and do not now Intend that
rny argument made hv Mr. Ughtfoot
o at all In accord with my belief In
I told Mr. Irwin that tho witness
Oynma, who understood English,
changed Mb testimony In regard to
the Japanese word iiiied, which did not
import violence, to one Importing vlo-
lenco, after tho discussion between
counsel and the Interpreter,
I told him nUo that Ihn tcsllmonv of
Mr. Hull and. Mr, Scnvllle failed o
corroborate the- sMU-munts mado by
i the witness Oyatin, except as to his
j whereabouts on tlio day In question,
j and that they contradicted hint in sov-
tral particulars which, while iinlm-
portant, nevertheless cnBtadotibt iimn
his, Oyamn's, testimony as a whole.
I In referring to the whole affair as a
To Speak On
Congressmen and Honolulu busl-
the jute mill at the penitentiary,
MAYO COMMANDS CALIFORNIA.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 3. Cap
tain Mayo took command of the
cruiser California today, and will
sail in that capacity with Admiral
SPERRY IS RETIRED.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. Admi
ral Socrry. who commanded the At-
lantio fleet in its world tour after
.leaving San Francisco, was retired
Phone 101. The only garaee in
town where they have the celebrat.
ed Locomobiles. Around the Island,
to Haleiwa especially. The Royal
Hawaiian Qaraere, Automobile re
pairing a specialty.
I PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY
j Are two essential points to the
successful messenger service. we
insist upon and guarantee both.
(le Injunction was Issued, when It was
Issued only tho day before? I did not
Intend to bo understood that way, and
was simply quoting from Llghtfoofi
argument In the matter. That this
could not have been my Intent In tho
Interview Is plainly apparent from the
nMdnwts themselves, nono of which
are dated earlier than the 11th day of
July, one on tho 12th, one on tho 13tb,
and one on tho' lltth, said documenln
not being filed In my court and tho
order to show cause Issued until July
21st, ten duys after the' alleged con
tempt took place.
I wish to say In conclusion, that
there is no reason or occasion to make
I'liy insinuations such as those sug
gested In the Interview as reported,
for the icason that, from.nu-.lwsonalJon business, government nffnlrs
knowledge1 of your Arm and of each
and every member of It, any under-
hand, unprofessional or Improper con
duct on tho part of any member of tho
(lrm would have been Impossible.
Yours very truly,
(8gd.) , V. J. noniNBON.
COPENHAGEN, Sept. 3. Dr.
Cook, the explorer, passed Skagen,
in the north of Denmark, this morn
ing and was interviewed from the
He says that he reached the North
Pole at 7 o'clock in the morning and
made daily observations that will
furnish certain proof of his having
accomplished the discovery of the
Pole. During his trio in the North
he traversed thirty thousand souare
miles of Hitherto unknown territory.
The coldest temperature he encoun
tered was 117 below zero Fahren
heit. He says his success was due to
the use of does and natives and liv
ing like the Eskimo.
A great ovation awaits Dr. Cook
on his arrival here. The Xinr will
entertain him and show him other
special honors. .-
Alameda, Sept 8
Our" next fruit lioat
Don't Mitts It j
Island Fruit Co.?
EXPERT FRUIT BMPPERS.
ALAMEDA BREAKS A
Biggest Passenger List,
Biggest Cargo And
ARRIVE WITH OTHERS
Dr. Carl Ramus- Assigned to Hono
lulu Station, Passed vessel at
Sea Yesterday, and She Does
not Wait for Inspection.
After many years of
Ing between Honolulu
Kranclsco. the O. 8. 8. Alameda nr -
rived this morning with most of hor
old records broken. Not only did
he have the largest cabin passen-
ger lUt that she has over carried, wag ban led down this morning. It
but alio has nlso the largest cargo s written by Associate Justice Perry
and the tlip over was the smooth-'and thu sllalniH rea-ls as follows:
est that she has ever had. Although ",n liutriiment effectuating a rcdtic
leaving 8an Francisco an hour late. lion In the r.ilo of Interest on bonds,
she was reiortcd at about lfi tuln- Lorured by an existing mortgage and
uted before six this morning nnd was u change In the optional tlmo of pay-
tied up at tho wharf at seven.
She carried to Honolulu l&C cnblu
passengers, many people returning
to their homes, while others coming.
etc. Her cirgo Istlgured at 1,875
tons. Including four nutomobHes,
and n pajt of It was made fast on
her upper deck. The time for the
trip was . days, 19 hours and 24
Among those traveling' on her
were about forty school teachers rc
(Continnedon Page 4)
N.G.H. RIFLE SHOT
BEAT SIGNAL CORPS
At last tho results of tho rlflo match
between tho A Signal Corps of tho
National Guard of Washington, nnd
our home team, which was shot off on
August 22 nt Fort Shatter, have coin)
The scoio shows that Hawaii won by
tho big margin of SI points, and that
cur six men made moro at each of the
three ranges than their opponents.
At the 200 yards rango tho Signal
Corps mado 21C and tho N. O, II, 229;
at COO yards Signal Corps, 219, N. 0.
II., 2.16; at 1000 yards. Signal Corps,
1C7, N. 0. !!., 1S7. a rand total Sig
nal Corps, C01 ; N. O. II.. C52.
Only at ono' ranee COO yardB was
a Signal Corps man top scorer of both
teams, and tho lucky Individual was
Sergeant boatman, who mado 44. Ser-
(Continned on Page 2)
MEALS AND SERVICE
EXCEL AT THE
Hotel and Union Sts.
1051 Fort St.
0. R. & L. WINS IN
WW. PAY SI. 00 INSTEAD
OF NEARLY S6000
Contention of Attorneys Por Corpo
ration Is Upheld in Important
Case Involved in New Bond Is
sue. Tho O-ihu Hallway and Land Com
pany has run led Its point In the stamp
!,uty rase nnd Instead of having to pas-
a Htamp duty of nearly fGOOO will outs
have to pay a duty of $1.
The opinion of tho Supremo Court
u-i ut and continuing the mortgage lit.
tecailly for tho new bonds Issued.
bearing the i educed rate of Interest k
should bj stamped as nn agreement
and not a-J a mortggy."' M
In the coursa of tu opinion tho fUi-Af
preme Court sn):
"On January 1. 1S97, Iho appelant,
the Oahu Hallway ft Uiud Co., execut
ed a trust mortgage to secure an Issuo
of bonds in tlio sum of 12,000,000 bear;
ing Interei.t nt the rnto of six per cent,
per annum nnd payable January 1.
1927, with an option to tho mortgagor
to pay tho whole Issue after un earlier
date named. That mortgage was duly
stauiH.-d and recorded In the registry
of convojauces. On June 26, 1909, tho
appellant gave notice by advertise
ment that the entire issuo of bonds
then outstanding would bo redeemed
July 1 1909, r.ud on tho same day V.
O. Irwin, us underwriter of a new
bond Issue, g.ivo notice that In ncenrd-
enco with tho agreement between tho
imderwilter and Iho nppellaut holders
of tho uutrtandlng bombi might ex
change them for bonds of tho new Is
rue, paying a stnlcd premium, or might
lecelvo cish and nccrued Intel est for
the outstanding bonds.
Tho only question Is whether this In
ttrument Is, within the meaning of
Sec. 1320 of tho ltelsed Ijiws provid
ing for stamp duties, an "agreement"
or a "mortgage or charge on or affect
ing any lends or property real or pur- ,
sonal whatever." In our opinion it la' .
an agreement. Tho languago used In ' '
Tho Appeal of C. Holte, 18 Haw, 211, . ''l
242, Is applicable. "A mortgage Is a
conveyance of property as security. In
this enso the mortgago was already lu
existence and stamp duty had been
paid upon It. Tho Instrument In qtics l
tlon wns not a mortgage. It conveyed I
no proH.rty." It wbb merely nn agree
ment effectuating n reduction in tho
rate of Interest and a chnngo in the
optional tlmo of pa) ment of tho debt
tecurcd by tho mortgago already mado
nnd continuing that mortgage us secur.
(Continued on Page 2)
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