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VOL. XI. NO. 4417.
- 10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ONSUL NARROWLY ESCAPES DEAT
BIG DOINGS PLANNED FOR REGATTA DAY
ar ,& . . -.;' ssKaw's
I Ii fHW.i .
illSl Ural b9 9 1
Struck By Auto
Hurled With His Driver To The Street
Coachman Dying Chaffeur Was
Driving At ' Prohibited Speed---Cltmey.
Held For Investigation
JAPANESE CONSUL UYENO
Who V.'ns Seriously Injured in an. Automobile Accident last Night.
Japanese Consul, S. Uycno Serl- turncil nipuml after the incident,
oindy injuicd. apologised fur lil-j caieletsness, mi'l
Consul's Coachman, Y. Nagamoto one)cd tlm Injured men lu tlm
Said lu liu lut illy ,inJuiod unit Jitpanoko IitiMplliTl mi l.llllm street.
djlMB. I Tlm accident otcmicil lit 10:3U
hiuci wiiuuui wiiriiuii; oy a uik
touilug car last' nlg!t on Kalnkuua
incline, .lapanoso Cotiiil Uycno mid
Ills driver, V. Nagamnto, weiu
hulled from lliclr raiilugo to tlio
Mi i et anil picked up In an uiieon-
h-Iiiim (iiiidlllon. J. C. Rlunoy Is
wild to Iju tlio cliauffunr, driving a
Wlnlon car, and la icpoitcd to hnvo
Choice new materials
o'clock. Just opposite Cassldy's Stn-J
huh, iiiki is ucacriued uy tin oyo Wll-
new, to pait of the atTnir as follows:
"The Japanese Consul and Ills man
woie diivlug along In tlielr (airlago
on tliu light slilo (if tlm load, Thcic
wfim two uiik coming nltinK when
this llilul one untied around them,
Tliu two dioppcd back, lint this fcl-
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always find satisfac
and full line of sizes
stock . .
& Hotel Sts.
Fleet Crews Will Take
Part In Rowing
CANOE EVENTS SHOULD
First Race at 0 O'clock Service
and Racing Cutters Will Com
pete Dunne Afternoon Much
Interest in Events.
.Tonioriow fiom 9 o'clock in the
tiKiriiliiK till dark tlicre will In one
lound of sporlH going on, and wli.it
with riming races mid biseliill
tames, the sports-loving public will
lie kept going nil tlio time.
Tho ltegattu piomlses to be r
good as any in the p.ist, and the
inen-of-v.-nr rowing events should
l)o simply splendid. The sailors'
laces will be a feature of the day..
and the sight of tlio racing cutters
Hying through the water will be 's
pretty ni has been seen in Honolulu
1'nrbor for a long lime.
The finishing poit wilt lie Just ut
tlio fool of Fiirt street near the ol.'
Klimu whnif, and the yacht IIuw.il1
will bu 'anchored off tt?ie. A Urn
drawn fiom tlio cm) of the wharf (')
tho llawnll will be the fin lull, nn (I
the big ciuwtt of spectntois will, no
doubt, crowd around that spot In
The Senior slx-oar rnco promise
to bo a very close one, and the
friends of both the Myrtles nnd II.i
hulls won't hear of their ciews 'jp
Ing defeated. Tho Freshmen crews
will n ho put up n great face, and
although the Myrtles are feeling
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SAN FRANCISCO. Sent. 17. The
baseball results today in the Ameri
can League were :
Boston-Chicago game postponed
on account of rain.
Washington 10, St. Louis 1.
New York 10. Cleveland 0.
Philadelphia 3, Detroit 9. This
game was witnessed by 28,000 peo
ple. The National League results were:
Pittsburg 5, Brooklyn 3.
Chicago 1, New York 4.
GOOD RECORD MADE.
LEXINGTON, Ky Sept. 17.
Miss Stokes, the world's champion
vearlint. made a mile here todav fn
sMsMH is ss
INSURE YOUR HOME and
KVERY TIMH TI1K FinE WHIS-
Tt.K 11I.OW8 YOU 1IKAH TUB EX- I
CI.AMATION. "I WONDER IF IT'S
NEAR MY I'IjACK?"
LET iS SHOW "YOU ,-HOW
CHEAPLY YOU CAN INSURE,
YOUR HOME AND I'EKSONAL EF
FECTS AND ESCAPE THIS.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Sept. 7.
President Tuft made a speech at the
State Fair Ground here today. He
made the postal savings banks the
topic of his address and strongly
urged legislation that will assure
their adoption byjthc government.
LOUISVILLE. Scot. 17. William
Georre McCloskey, Bishop of Louis
ville since 1868, died here today.
He was born at Brooklyn, N. Y
Nov. 10 1823, ordained Driest in
1852, scent a year in mission work
in New York, and was then appoint
ed to a chair in St. Mary's College,
lint .president American College at
Rome under appo ntment by Pope
Pius I. He was ja eloauent orator
and brilliant wriifr.
WRIGHT WRECKS RECORD.
BERLIN. Sept. 17. Orville
Wright made n new record here to
day with his a:rop!ane. He reached
a height of seven hundred and sixty
five feet, which is the highest that
any of the hcavier-than-air ma
chines have ever attained.
SEE HALLEY.'S COMET, !
CHICAGO, Sept. 17. Observers'
here report that the famous Hal
lev's comet may now be seen in the
heavens by the naked eye. There)
is widespread interest throughout.
iuc tuuiiirv in uuj uisiuric ucaveniy
PIERSON HEADS BANKERS.
CHICAOO. Sent. 17. Lewis S.
Pierson was today elected president
of the American Banking Associa
tion, which is closing its annual ses
sion held in this city.
ENJOYED DY ALL
Wlrit was probably tiro first trip
of tho Congressmen in Hawaii where
pleasure was sjrlctly unadulterated
with the sense that there was Instruc
tion to bo Imbibed, was tliu carriage
trip up Tantalus this morning.
Several or tho puity remained at
Iho hotel, wearied by tho strenuohs
reception last night nnd tho party of
tlxty which, It wns hoped, would us
henilile, did not materialize. There
wcru threo three-seat! surrejs and
ono larg tally-ho capable of holding
ibuitoen people. Other surreys wore
in tho Jlnd thut wound up Hie moun
Tho llrst stop wns made nt the homo
of W. It. Castle, whoro lie and his
daughter received tho visitors, Ho
fieshincnts were served nnd tho
horses breathed and (ho party re
sumed Its- way.
Most of tho-party went to tho homo
of John Wntcrhouso at the end of
tho lino, perched on tho hit- overlook
ing Miinoa valley. No mishaps mailed
tlio trip nnd those who participated
In it expressed nothing except tlio
greatest delight at tho rnnorama, air
end scgnery that aro tho acccsorics
of n climb up Tantalus.
Have a better flrvor than those from
OPIUM TEST CASE
Lam Yip Kee Appeals
From Verdict Of
AUTHORITIES HOLD HIS
ACTS WERE UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Question of Violating Interstate
I Commerce Laws in Sale of
Opium in Broken Packages
Will Have Wide Effect.
As to whether I.nm Yip Koo violated
the law In selling opium in package
torn i fiom his store fliclf. mid as to
what constitute a broken pnekagn of
th poppy product is the subject of
consideration befofo the Supreme
Omit at tliu present time, I.nm Yip
Kee was ni rested some time ago for
selling opium unlawfully, end upon
Lomtctlon In the Circuit Court was
fined toU by Judge Cu Dolt, nnd
warned not to repent the offense. Kee
nppenlid his rate to the Supremo
Court on tho grounds that lie had con
Mtttillonal rights to sell opium In the
fin in ho wns ucelvlng It.
It appears that several months ngo
Keo received from San Kranclsco 5
cisos of opium. In each cise were
twenty-five fletncl tliiB. Ho broke
open the outside cases, put tho tacl
tins on his shelf and proceeded to dell
them out to his countrymen ut so much
per CiMight in the ucl,tif making v
sale of the stuff he mnlntnlneil Hint
ho bull a perfect right to sell opium in
this form. He Is making a test cid-c
of It, which will hnve n v.lde effect on
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NEW YORK. Sent. 17. Admi
ral Lord Charles Bereiford of the
English Navy, at a luncheon given
today by the Pilgrim Society in his
honor, stated that the situation at
present between England and Ger
many was very grave, and that it
necessitated an immediate policy of
extensive defense on the part of
Great Britain, . .
Don't Forget that
we secure, pack
end ship fruit of
If land Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
Hollister Drug Co.
Our bovsget there in the short
est possible space of time,
'Cruiser Colorado Will Not Take Part In
' Speed Test-Fleet Surgeons To
Visit Molokai-Tactical Maneuvers
For Second Division
When all hands are assembled at
Insiiectlon Sunday morions on ln;nl
Hie Tennessee, which, by tho way, will
probably be tho last on account of the
order Issued by the See.i'tnry of the
Navy idtiirdlng Sunday, Admiral He
hree will pin on tliu breast of Thomas
C, Kli.inalian, rosvalii, tho handsome
gold medal given by tho Navy Hepart
inent foi biau'ry In saving life.
On the morning of .March 1, 19QD
while lying oil l'aiiama in a lica
Keaway, one of the steam hum Ins of
Ihn Tiinliiuiiin finmii nt itff tt,r uliit.
i - 4 uiiiivnrw L41IUU ii iiti ii'"' nitw i
board quarter to make u Inn iIt: nt
the gangway, and on acroiinl o' li
rough sea that was running at tl
lime I)o4tv"ilnVi Mit Carl N'elsou it
the flagship v. as thrown overboard an
immodlii.O!)' sank, helui; imablo t(
Shnnahan nt gTeat risk to himself
plunged overboard from the laiine
an 1 caught the drowning man us lir
was golir; luuu for the last time. The
tldo Hud tea that was running at the
tluio swept them away from tho ship
and It was with gicat dllllcnlty thM
thanuliiu. was able to bring Uie nn
conscious Isxly of Nclum nlongsldo.
Ilcport of tho rescue was rent to
tho Navy Department, and they de
o:nce at seaside
There will be a danco nt tho Seaside
Hotel, Walklkl, tonight. All mu cor-
SETTLE BOLIVIA TROUBLE,
WASHINGTON. Sent. 17. Repre-
sentatives of Peru and Bolivia will
tomorrow s'n the boundary proto
col. This was the matter that great
ly aroused the people of Bolivia and
almost resulted in war on account of
the award of the Argentine' Repub-
GOT AWAY WITH COIN.
NEOSHO FALLS, Sept. 17. Three
robbers dynamited a bank of this
place and escaped with $3,000 in
TREAT HAS RESIGNED.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Sept. 17.
Charles H. Treat, treasurer of the
United States, has resigned.
This illustration is one
a tan Russia, fancy tip
1051 Fort St.
cided that a fpcil.il imdal liaiM K
made for the tnave ib-eit
Tlio mndnl In the opinion of the of
flceis who have set n ll, is that no
medal has etr been pr .. m d to'iuiy
I'ne li. the Mitlto thai cjn upml thtj
one that will bo given to Slum than
The Hied il Is of solid U-kantl gold,
haiidhoiui'ly engiaved. mid weigh. ;
(ipia) to . Kild itiTll ns.
Surgeons To Visit Moloksl,
After the tint .ipoid tilals nil Wed
tiesdiiy off the lccutnd side of .Mnul
ere completed, one of tho hls or the
floit. piobalily one or the first dil
''in will etiilmlt all tin. smscoiis or
je I'.vet end will proceed wllh tlie.j,
ii K:ilimp.ipa vbeie 'In put) will Ir
ian led. And a hip iiiado to the lepc
Thioii'jriho rourle-iy of 1'icslUent
.Mott-Pmltb of Hip Hoard of Health,
mid tliu m-ccsoiry imtiuI fffn of Ad
nilrnl Sebite thu tf.p has been t'ltdb
One of tho (.urgeons In tall-Ins about
the trip fill morning, iim-irki'd that
It wns one of the IhlngH that he luni
alucys hoped to by able to see whei.
he came to Hawaii.
"It Is my first tilp h-n nnd I hai
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:: It Is anticipated that Hie plnr
K npplo i 'te't ni the Inlands will be
It fliilhlii' ! lu the uniive of t'io (oih
t: lug week
:: Thl.i ' ar's output will proh
J nbly be n reconl lite iker leaeli
!! Ing as high as Iho bundled thou
I. Hind catu. Although tljero is
: some talk of nu'rpm lui'thm, tint
J aihritlslng campaign that U:
tJ been can led on will largely In
U cieasu the demand ami it liMilKli
S: ly pnibable lli.M this year's lull;
tl will ho ipilckl) taken up
u n n n n :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::
DANGE AT YOUNG
! HOTEL TONIGHT
The Aloxandei- Young Hotel will
give n duueo lonlght on tho root gu
lden, tho Iloynl Hawaiian band plajin
during Intcruilssloiut, Tho duueo 1
'given lu honor of tho visiting emigres
sloual party and nil Army, Navy anil
Miclety u oplo aro cord! illy liulred t't
Rice & Hutcliins
of them called tho TOM SMART
Oxfojd. Conic nnd look this,
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
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