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VOL. XI. HO. 4410.
S FADES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 190?. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ARMY POST CONSTRUCTION ORDERED
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STRIKEBREAKERS AT'VESSELS OFF
Joyful Demonstration At
SONGS AND CHEERS FOR
UIOR BUREAU MAN MEAD
Five Hundred a Day Now Goinjc to
Honolulu Plantation Are All
That Remains of Strike-Break-tog
No nioro strike bicaUcrs for Oahu
This whs tho word Unit wan pass
ed down tlio lino on Saturday, ami
when tlio iifloinoim labor train came
In tlieiu were giont doings nt tlio
Oaliu plantation doesn't n'-cil tlie
ktrlko breakers. Mnnai;er Hull has
hi far perfected his organization
Hint was disrupted liy n wnlk-ont nf
tlio Japanese that beginning this
morning ho will curry on the work
on what might lio tcrnicit a normal
liasls. Ho has finished his planting
mi tlio twentieth of this month
Previous years It was finished on the
cloventli of September, so ho Is In
pretty good condition despite the up
heavals and labor troubles.
Mr. null must linvo used his
strike brcakerspretty well, judging
from the Joy at tlio station on Sat
urduy night, nnd Labor llureau
MiinnRcr It. I). Mead cnino In (or a
send-off from the men ho has been
employing that made the welkin
The strikebreakers' foire, mado
up largely of lliiwnllaus, had been
notified that Sntiiiduy was the last
day for Walpahu. When their trnln
eaino In they were a happy lot, not
withstanding they had lout their
Jobs. About ono hundred men hnd
passed the gnto when tlioio remain
ing struck up "Aloha Oe," nnd it
was well sung. Kach man ns ho
got Ills pay check had a pleasant
word for Mr. Meud, nnd the greater
part of thorn icmnlned near tlio sta
Hon, hIIII singing nnd happy. When
tho paying off was finished n great
crowd of tho Hawnlluns gathered In
the station and gnvo cheer utter
clieor for Mr. Mend, nnd every last
ono of them shook hands, thanked
hi in for giving them Job's for so long
ii tlmo nnd nt such good pay, and
then with a final cheer went home.
Tho demonstration was n splendid
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C0V T )0I
Choice new materials
Cruisers Are Ready For
When (ho old racing captains on
tlio Mississippi started on their
record trips up and down tho Father
of Waters with n rival closo astern
the uied to send n littlo nigger boy,
down to sit on tho snfety valve. A
high degreo of speed was maintained
as long as tho littlo nigger boy
There nro no Juvcnllo darkles on
board tho Tactile fleet, and their !
presence Is not required with tho
Invention of nioro modern mnchln-
cry, but figuratively tho entire fleet!
will 1)3 sitting on tho Ha rely valves
during tho speed test oft Manlaca
Hay, Maul, If tho safety valves
stand tho strain nit Is well; It somo
ihunk of mechanism gives up tho
glxst nnd lot'ircs from nctlvo ser
vice there will ho largo gobs of
plplkln for Undo Ham's men on tho
The Washington left her wharf at
8ccn this morning and tho Mary
land nnd t'cnnsylvala wcro closo be-'
hind, Tho vessels formed In squad
i on formal Inn ns soon ns they worn
all outsldo thu reef and disappeared
over the horizon , to tlio scene of
their sliced tests.1 Chief of Staff
Captain Ilenson has arranged to
notify Honolulu nnd the world In
Ecnornl of the result of the tests.
Tho Colorudo remains. Tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works will commence
work on her today making repairs
to her hollers and tubes, and, al
though it Is rumored that she will
icturn to Maro Island, It Is improb
able. Tho Hoot will return next
Saturday and will rccoal and pre
pare for tho next leg of tho voyage.
Tho Glacier will arrive on the 29th
with supplies for tho vessels.
LLOYD CASE BEFORE
SUPREME COURT OCT. 4
In tho enso of l.loyd against tho Ter
ritory, tho Supremo Court will henr
tho merits of tho suit on October 2.
l.loyd sued tho Territory somo tlmo
ago for money alleged to bo dun him
for extra services rendered tho Lcgls
iHture. The Circuit Court ruled Hint
tho work doiio was Included In Ihn
regular torvlco of thu stonogrnpher.
It was taken to tho Supremo Court,
n'nd plaintiff's first domiirrcr was not
sustained. In rovlow of tho demurrer
llled by tho Territory, It was lost, nnd
tho matter on briefs now conies bcfnro
tho Court for flnnl hearing.
Mf- BULLETIN ADS PAY "Ml
always find satisfac
and full line of sizes
& Hotel Sts,
New Post Is
WASHINGTON. Sept. 20. It was
stated today at the War Department
that construction would soon begin
on an army post at Honolulu.
This probably linn referenca to
the doclopmcut of Foil Shatter to
ii larger pout, or It may ,havo to do
with tho bai racks to be erected at
Walklki. There Is even a possibili
ty Hint It means the permanent post
at l.ellchun, as tho people of the
east nro not nlwa)s acquainted with
tho iiiaghlflccut distances of the Is
land. Great Storm .
HAVANA, Sept. 20. A million'
dollars' damage has been done by a
storm that has swept Fina del Rio.
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 20. A
fierce storm is raging along the Onlt
Coast. The MlIlilSlDDi, river at this
port has risen 'three feet, .
WASHINGTON. Sent. 20. The
seismographs in this city recorded
an earthquake this morning located
lour xnousana mues aisiam.
CHOP IS SHORT
One Million Tons To The
Bad, Cause Of ,
"Tlio Buropean beet crop Is a mil-
lion Ions short,' said Harry Aimltngo,
this morning. In discussing tho sugar
situation, wuicn is tno causo or me,
recent rnlso In prices, and tho flurry
on tho market"
"What flguro does Oxnnrd cut In
tho sugar world?" ho was asked.
"Mono whatever. Ho Is out of tho
gamo. Tho Sugar Trust Is Ilia whola
thing. What thoy say Goes ns far as
sugar Is concerned."
INSURE YOUR HOME and
kvkry timk THR FHIR WHI8-
TU5 I1I.OW8 YOU HEAIl THK KX -
CI.AMATION, "I WONDHR IF IT'S
NKAH MY PI-ACK?"
I-KT US . SHOW YOU HOW
ClIHAPIiY YOU CAN INBURH
YOUIl IIOMK AND PKHSONAb EF
FECTS AND ESCAPE THIS.
Hawaiian Trust Company
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20. As
the results of yesterday's frames, the
scores piled no as follows:
Boston 6, Chicago 6,
New York 9. Cleveland 4.
Washington 2, St. Louis 3.
Philadelphia 4. Detroit 3.
Barry was spiked by Cobb in at
tempting to steal second, and Cobb
was put ont of the game. There
were 29,279 people in attendance.
Batteries were; Plank and. Living
stone, Summers and Stange;
Pittsburg 12. Brooklyn 3.
Chiruro 3. New York 2.
St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 2.
LEIGHTON URGES A
Afarston Cnnip-;!! has in his hands
an exhaustive runort iireuared bv At
10. Udghton. chief hydrogntpKcr of
ino unued atntos ueoiogtcai survey,
who mado an extended visit In tho
Islands In connection with tho wtfrk
mapiH'd out for hm by the'. Federal
Oorornnipiit iiimiii tlii rnntipnt nf Hiktv.
orlntendeiit Campbell. IiO bdginnlug
Ills reiort Mr,i Ielghton says:
r "I havo the honor-to snbmlt hero
ivlth a report of observations nnd con
clusions, resulting from a recommit;-
uncp Uf 'the' four major isionds of the
Territory during the rerlod July 29th
to September 9, I09.
"This recnnnalsanco Is tho direct
result of a visit made by myself to
Wnshlugton, D. C, in May 1909, for
tho purpose of securing assistance
from tho United States Geological
Survey. Tlio representations mado by
you at that tlmo Included among other
I things tho following:
I "Krst: That tho Territory of Hit
wall was In urgent need of an Inves
tigation of water resources.
"Second: That owing to a peculiar
ruling of tho Comptroller of tho U. S.
Treasury tho Territory of Hawaii has
been excluded from participation in
tho gcnernl appropriations of the (iuo-
1nvlf.nl niirt'nv fllthrmrrh nihnr Inrrl.
fortes wero not likewise oxclude.1.
.-ri.irrt That ncnrilne tho Minctmont
jn congre.is of leulnluii'.u Unit m.iiM
rt,mmu , dpeilmli'r.toy .tfect "f 'cording lo Mr. Ito, chief secretary of
(lliu ,i,.iin.i n.n Tnrriimv nf iinn.iii.ni.. ....... i ....n.. ..
iccognlzlng tho necessity for Inmied
Into action In.i polde- funds siiff)
(Continued on Page 4)
A reiillcatlon to tho answer of tho
to tho answer of tho
I.AUi.iHiliinA linn ltft fll-l lit Ifnllklnd
I1"!1""1" "" "i "--n,
'Stanley & Olson, attorneys for tho
ininhop Trust Co.. In tho caso of (ho
nishoptTrusl Company ns admlnls-
irnuir ui uiu i-oiuiu in i..imiia iiiuuii-
awa against John 1 Colbiim.
Two deaths occurred from dlph-
lhorln In Uonolulu during the past nf-
I teen diivs. Soven deaths from tuber-
I culosls for llin period of fifteen days
lending September IB. aro reported In
Hcglsiiar M. it. Lemons regular re-
Mrs. J. J. Dowltng Is registered nt
the Hawaiian hotel nt present, and
may stay In town for a tow days.
NO BETTER MEALS ANYWHERE'
THAN ARE SERVED AT THE
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
Our boys get there in the short
est possible space of time.
ROCHESTER, Minn., Sept. 20.
Qovernor Johnson is reported to be
Governor Johnson was opernted on
n few .l.i vi nro for hern a and his
life hns been hanging by n thread
ever since. He rallied eufllclcntly
to nictate n message or woicomo uj
fered n relapse,
but yesterday suf-
For 'New York
I niuvma lining a. on
Thi Atlantis fleet tailed todav' in
'full force for New York, where it
will take oart in the ereat interna-
tional navr.l and mercantile marine
il.mnnitMttnn An tk. TTnann i. 1
in connection with the Hudson-Fulton
T0XI0. Sept. 20. The Japanese
cruiser Idzuma sailed today for Ban
Francisco by way of Honolulu, The
Idzuma bears Prince Shimaxu, who
will represent Japan at the interna
tional assembly at the Portola Fes
tival in honor of the rehabilitation
of San Francisco.
Nagamoto Is Improving;
In Court '
JapanoSo Consul floneral Uyeno, ac
from Ills Injuiles. Ho Is being attend
ed by Dr. Katsukl at his official resl
lilenro on Nuiianu street. AHhoiigh
'still unable to move ubout, ho is rest-
I KffifrHtiuil ft Itin nntlfllllfltlll Blil IffttV
Nagamoto, tho coachman, according
imtwiinu, nu y........u... . n
to Dr. H.ilda, Is also Improving.
J. C. Cluney, Jr., Uio chauffeur, who
smnslied Ihu Consul's carriage and In-
jiin-n inu H-vupuiim, im'"h'i . i
Pollco Court this morning, churged
with driving an automobile heedlossly
to tho safety of others. Ho was rep-
resented by A, l. M. Hoherlson, who
had his caeo continued until Septem-1
her 28. ,
Don't Forget that
we secure, pack
and ship fruit of
Island Fruit Co.,
72 KingS Phone 15.
for that cold in the head.
vBSSSSsVL' iflBksBBBf 1
New Witness Tells
' Actions Of The
. lie fiuni-i.iiiiwii in nit- ,,.iiiaiiii inn
cases rented this morning nfler a new
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mid strong witness hnd been placid
on tho stand to testify to tho riotous
gathering of .tnpnm-se nt Waipabu on
June 8. Tho witness wns Ki-nrgu Hob
Inson, an employe of the city nnd
county road department nnd his story
was loio. in u siniiKiiiiornuiii in imiei
that carried com lotion.
I Ituulnson lol.l or neing pre em in
Vl'nliinltii nn Hid aim nf Hit. rlfil li.ulf.
flc(, , gp(.,nB tll( rcUmllllR wrkm..i
attacked by tho enrnged mob, the
yells of -Allied ho said could lo c.-Hly
hf.nril fnr n tiilln. IIohltlMlll'H I 1-hI t-
inonv should prove nmido lo rnntin-
vert tho attempt of tlio defense to
make It nppenr (hat "ono stick mid
ono slono" wns thrown by tho strikers.
Hoblnson told or seeing many stone,
.I ni ulllV Imlnif liitfln.l til
m.u .......... ...v. ..V...J, " ,"
ino ponce imer inoj- nan in mo nit'
...u, .i ii.,, i... u-n. n, ,i.cii.,u
strlkp tin. hnrnm of Hip nolleii and the
Itn.ler miks-examlnatlon Itoblnnon
' unshaken nnd adhered ft tho
"ln,n i"01""0"" of ,,B u"y '" lllu nc-
lVT ol , "'"" "" ",0 "" "' ""
. T. othcr t-iiuckhoii idared on the f
ftnnd this' morning wore William
Woods, Ueo v;o Kiimaka and Mutla
mn, tho offrlal Japuieiie Interpreter,
who gnvo his version of the belliger
ent Interpietnilnn to bo plnced upon
the Jnpaneo word "Intake."
REVISE ANTI-TRUST LAW.
DES MOKIES, Iowa, Sept. 20.
President Taft spoke here today be
fore great assembly of citizens.
He advocated the creation of an In
terstate Commeroe Court jro deal
with the great interstate commerce
problems, and also declared for a
revision of the anti-trust law.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sfpt. 20. Su
gar 90 degree ccntrifnmls, 4.235
cents. Previous quotation, 4.21. '
Beets 68 analysis, Us 8 l-4d.
Parity, 4.47 .cents. Previous quota-tion,-
Us 9 d.
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Oovcrnor Krcnr has received n let
ter from Dr. Temiicst Anderson, thu
roted Knglleh authority on viilcnnles,
who Is now In Canada. Dr. Anderson
states that his lectures on tho Vol
canoes of Hawaii wcru well received
ut Ontario and that tho people appear
to be. much Interested In Hawaii.
Chalmers A. Graham Is In town
poriiotual smilo. Mr. uruham Is on
cno of his regular tours to Iho Orient '
mid will remain lu Hawaii for u month
or six weeks.
Judgo Ilobnson this morning signed '
an order confirming the sulu of real I
cstato by Abraham Kalelkau, guardian
of Peter, Itosc, Jnmcs II. und Kllza-
helh II. Nlolo.
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judge, Hoblnson tins morning gram-
rd n decrcu of divorce lo Flora "Aiuo
UBalllFl- jnnios Apao. Cruelty was Iho
crnunds alleged In tho connilaliU.
n yt Filler. silKMlnteiiileut or tlio
j0 raroad. Is In town on a busl-
v ,.. n win iimtinhiv ri.ni.iln
fnr vcvk r w),
I i . -pJ
This illustration is one
a tan Russia, fancy tip
line over. ,
1051 Fort St.
vi ii ii miNiiVH
UUU 1 I UllltlUU"
Ousted Principal Of
Declares Department of Public In
struction Is Guilty of Breach
of Contract nnd Unfnir Meth
ods. Mr Nettle I., h'cult. ono tlmo
principal of tlio lloluulo.t Heboid.
Koun, la not going lo lest content
u (tli tho maudatu from tho Depart-
lnplt r ,,H,,nc ni,trurtlon. which
td her hilellj nnd in pointed terms;
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""i ii-i wi .v... .... ......... ..
'l'r"i "i niii"ii.i.
Sitpeiluleiuleiit of Public Instruc-
Him llnbbltt this morning wns xorv-
od with the lopy of the (onipl.ilnt In,.
r notion fur tir.no damages brought
V Mr- s""1 "' ""
Third Circuit nt
it aftermath to tho dUni-tiltlcs that
iicmiiicu in uer iiniiiiKH.il ns mu
pilni'lpnl of thu llolunloi scliool
nnd the rcdgiintlon of her assistant, t
Jim. Majilwell. who. It Is under
s(K)d, will be provided with alioUiT
position in i-oetn oilier district.
Tho suit hears the title of Nrtjlo '
I.. Scott versus Iho Department otlw
Public liiftriicllon of tho Territory,
Tho complaint states Hint on Aug.
31 last Mrs. Scott completed twenty'
yenrs'of continuous servlm In tho'
employ of the Department, nnd that
during that time her work was for
mally commented upon ill numerous
"Only onto during tho whole of
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KILAUPA LAVA .
lu RISING TO
- NEW ACTIVITY
Georgo l.ycurgus has rrcpluM tho
following wireless from Demosthenes
nt thu Volcai'o llouso:
It . tt
I 5 "". rising w-ry fast. Appioxi-
n mutely ono inmdu'd und twinty si
tt feet from tho tup." U
This ineniis that tho Increased ac
tivity evident when llo Congressional
party w.ts lit tho i rater has continued
v. Illi now vigor. According to nil up
I earanccH Iho lavn is rising and will
toon overllow Into thu Hour of tho
crater. As a matter of fact thu best
tlmo In f.cu thu action Is when It ix
iiosslblu to sit on thu edgo of Halo-
maiimaii n comfortable dislnuco fi'oni
mo licit as ill present.
dent In nnioii.H lo pig.mlc .ind i-l.n
.r. Udghton then goun on to say
. , . , ..
Rice & Hutchins
of them called the TOM SMART
Oxford. Come and look this
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
Hollister Drug Co.
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