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JIOIlROltll Oct. 11
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VOL. XI. NO. 4437.
10 PAGES. HOUOLULU. T1RRIT OEY OF HAWAIL; MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1909. 10 FAOES.
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RELATIONS PEACEFUL BETWEEN U.S. & JAPAN
1MPQRANT. CASES BEFORE GRAND JURY
Peace For AH,
"Japan mill tlic United States nro
;it peace, mill I roll to kco iiny possi
ble leiwmi fiir ii rupture in tliu exist
ing ploaiint iclittlimi between tlie
two inmitrlcs liDiileilns git the Pn
Tlio linn. T. J. O'llrlcn, American
Aiiiharsnilor to Japan, spoko in ery
optlmlsMe strain iih tliu big I'acinc,
Mall liner Mongolia slowly s'enmed
through tlio cluinnel nuil berthed at
the Hnckfcld whiuf thlj morning.
Mr. O'llrlcn has been nbKent fnini
lila Oriental post o( duty Tor uc.irl)
xlv months. Ho left ToKlo In June
anil passed through Honolulu, fiom
Nlikh place lio t.irileil some vcrj de
lightful mommies of tlio little cour
tcnIcK kIiuwii hint hero.
He paid n lslt to WanliliiRton, anil
wbllo tbcic bail scvcia) Impoitant
iiinrcicnccH with the. higher officials
lit tlio Natlonnl iitpltal, with relation
to foreign nlYniis.
Mr. O'lliien then Journcjcil abroad
mill 8pe::t teveial weeks In (Ircat
llilt.iln nnd the Ciintlcut. Ho le
luniH to tlio Amcilcan icslilency at
TiiMo, Japan, much Improved In
The American Auih.issnilor hail
niiiplo opportunity (or giving cto
attention to tlio labor question on
the mainland, especially nsvltnp
lilli'K to Jnnancso linmlgr.int's.
"Vour .labor troubles lwro should
(it lie of long duration. 1 liellevo
Hint nu Can look fornnril to lontln
ueil peaceful relations between cm
plojer anil cmpIocil."
Mr. O'lliien nlso believed that a
inui.li better feellug and understand
ing between the laboring clement ot
lnhm Tiiuplo Is not coiulug, this
This Is lliu im-KSjgo limn ;lit b Po
ttlitalc C, (I. Iloilius of Aloli.i Temple
who uiiheil Ibis mo'rulng on tho Mou
colla in (ompnu) with J. H. Mcdnd i
liss. HnckiiH nnd .Mc.C'andloss stnjed
with tho Bhriiicr excursion pmpoM.
Hon IIH tho last hut after a final con.
Kiiltntlon It was tlioiiKht Hint tho trip
to Ktlnuon will h.no to bo positioned.!
Ono hundred and thlrt) two slgntd
Big New Stock
Pongee, Mercerized Cotton, Flannel,
etc, - --s t.?.
Well made ,anducut' on .up-to-i,
I datje lines, '
The Ktfsh Co., Ltd.,
' Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
Ibo inalnhind and tlio Japniicso would
preMill there In future. Ho thought
tlio present outlook gave piomlbc o(
n mitlsfactory settlement.
Thu'r American Ambassador was
Rendered ,n reception on tlio decks or
the Mongolia, Ho was mot at tlio
entrance ot the liaibor by C. II. Mc
llilde, representing (iinernor Tienr.
Collector of tlio Port Statkablo also
homded the Mongolia and tcndeml
the courtesies of the iiort to the dis
Mr. O'llrlcn appeared halo nnd
hcnity. The tour has worked much
I cncflt to his health.
Under the guidance of Mr. Mc
llryilo nnd otliors, AmbiiRs.ulor
O'llrlen was whirled about tlio city
it Honolulu this morning. Ho ex
pre'scd himself as churmed with
what ho saw of tlio Paradlso of tlio
Pacific. The automobile rldo ter
minated Bhortly after the noon hour,
and then the Ambassador was taken
to the Unhcrslty Club, where, as tlio
.guest of doveror Picnr, tlio distin
guished guest vwnn given nil oppor
tunity of meeting with many promi
Mr. O'llrlen Is Inclined to tlio be
lief that the present' restriction ns
It pertains (q Japanese., immigration
will continue, to stand. I , a
ACCOHDINO TO URPOrtT received
hero tho C.-A. S. S. Aoraiml for Aus
trallnn ports ln Honolulu sailed from
Vancouver on Saturday, This csscl
Is hilnglng iiassengcrs and a quantity
ot general cargo for tho Hawaiian Is
lor tlio excursion for which the Slorin
was to be nluiteied, Tho number
nieiled was two hundred,
Appiuaih of tho holldajs, tho Por
tola celebration and tlio ileelloij, all
combined to miikii Nmember u'lud
tlino for tho liuslnesa men to get nwny
on n trip to Hawaii.
Next jear IL is hoped thai liiittur
luck may attend u plan to Iiiihi the
Hlirlners slzilo In tho crater of n llvo"
Well in These
.of Fine Madras
i mi iii ii
OTANI ' ARRIVES
Royally Welcomed By
Large Crowd Of
TOUCHES CONVERTS' HEADS
WITH OFFICIAL RAZOR
Makes a Speech to local Japanese
and $500 Is Subscribed to the
Work of the Buddist Church in
Japan Qoes to Home Country.
Inspired by what he had seen In
alt tlio Important countries In Ku-
rope, Africa, India and the United
mates, Bqncho Otanl, a peer of Ja
pan, nnd lirlnco of the Iluddlst
Church, arrived this morning on thoj
Mongolia ,nnd was rojnliy grecteit '
by tho local Jnpacso, Irrespective of
their religious belief. The Jnpancso
school children, In charge of their
teachers, uul attired in tholr best,
hanzald their prince, as he stood on
tho deck and watched ouo of the
largest ciowds that ever gathered at
tho whaif this morning.
The band, rhlrh wad present at
tho wharf, pl'ajed the Japanese na
tional air us tho prince, accompanied
by the reception committee, descend
ed tho 'gangplank. The Honolulu
.fnpaneso merchants were In thclr
best, wearing hiik nats ami long
coats. Tho school children carried
"Ab I trnvoled around, (siting nil
tli we principal cities in Huropo nnd
In tho United States, I wau greatly
Impressed with tho good work which
Ilio lluddiKts are doing among their
fellow men. It is a great thing to
work for tho good of all mankind."
Soncho Otanl mndo tho nhovo
statement when interviewed. He
was aicunipanled by Her. K. Uchliln,
superintendent of the Iluddlst Mis
sion In San rrmulsro.
When tho great lluor docked nt
tho'llackfcld wharf hu whs greet"1
by tho locjil Japanese, who nro prin
cipally lluddlstH or supporters of tho
Iluddlst Mission. I Tho school child
ren f i om Knknako, Mollllll, Pnlamn
mid other parts ot Honolulu, ns the
prlnta descended tho gangway, ac
companied btbo reieptlon eominit
teo, headed by Or, Haidn, TnkHkuwn,
Kiiwaharn and others,
Tho prince speaks tho Kngllsh nnd
Clerman languages, and during .his
tour around tho world ho had no
difficulty In conversing the languag
es. Ho considers Hawaii ono ot the
most important missions under liU
Jurlsd'ctlon. 'hlle hero he found
Hint tlio work of tho mission under
tho supervision of Hov.,Y. Imamurl,
Is in a splendid condition.
Wife "I'll talk to jou III tlio morn
John "Roo' ll'l sportsman. Then
I'll bo ablo to talk, too." Tatler.
COSTS YOU ONLY ONI3 AND ONK
HAM' CKNTS, A DAY. ry ,'
. .DON'T "LOCK TUB BTAIILK
when the iionsi: is oonu."
923 Fort Street
NEW YORK, Oct. 11. Charles W.
Morse, banker, steamship trust or
ganizer, and at one time reckoned as
one of New York's wealthiest citi
zens, will have to.eo to prison, ac
cording to the decision handed down
today bv the Circuit Court of Ap
peals. The court confirms the cer
diet of the lower court in which
Hone was convicted of illegal bank
ing methods and sentenced to fif
teen j ears in prison. It is stated
that although Horse was left prac
tically bankrupt by the panio of
1907, he hat since succeeded in re
paying many millions and is now al
most out of debt.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11. Presi
dent Taft arrived here this morning
and was greeted by tremendous
crowds all along the way of hit tour
about the city. Thousands of peo
ole are .in the city from the outside
districts, and all are uniting in giv
ing the President a reception second
to none other inthe east or west.
Mr. Taft made a thorough inspec
tion of the San Pedro harbor during
On the Gulf
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct. 11. Ahur
ricane is sweeping the Oulf of Mex
ico and great damage is being done.
GEN. PERSHING WILL
SPEAK AT CLUB
it Ilrlgndfcr (iencral John J. tt
tt Pershing, tho hero of tho Mora tt
tt campaign In tho Philippines, Is n tt
11 passenger on tho transport tt
tt ThonuiH, that Is expected to ar- tt
tt rivo Tuosdii) onciiIiik or Wedues- tt
St day morning, (leneral Pershing tt
tt will addit'BK tho Commercial tt
tt Club at ft luncheon given' in his tt
tt honor at tlio Club Wednesday tt
tt noon. Communication was so- tt
tt cured with htm by wireless and tt
tS tho arrangements aro all mado. tt
Tho Marama, from tho Colonics, was
righted off Ilurbcr's Point shortly after
Bulletin Business Office-Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 188.
French, German and
Duties Outlined By the
New Federal -Judge
MUST IE SUPPRESSED
Absence of Juror Causes Adjourn
ment Postponement of Open
ing Session Dntil This After
noon, Ilecauno ot the alisonco of Juror
Olnde tho opening session of the now
Kcdernl Oram! Jury, which was to
have convened this morning at 10
o'clock was1 postponed until this after
noon at 2 o'clock, when tho charge
was delivered by Judgo Woodruff. '
A large number of Imiiortnut cases
nro pending before the Federal Inquis
itors and there will bo no delay In
considering the evidence that has been
'gathered by United States DlstrlcJ At
torney nrecKons ana Mr, iiawnns.
Among the cases that will come up tor
consideration first Is that of CspUIn
Tollcfson, who has been charged with
criminal negligence In overlotQrtlK the
u-hooiicr Rat-bow. which .was wrecked
off tho coast bf Molokat with the lots
of ono life. It is not expected that a
truo bill will bo returned against Tol
lcfson. Judge Woodruff In his charge said
In part, after reviewing the general
duties and responsibilities ot a
Orand Jury: -
Along with your powers and gen
eral 'duties there comes to you, as' to
all citizens entrusted with great
power and gravo duties, the addition
al duty of approaching your work
with n rcrlnus mind and doing It
with extreme tare and good faith.
You must remember that so long as
laws remain on the statute books
they must bo enforced, whether or
not nny one or mahy of you believe
tho laws to bo Just and reasonable
Tho best and only way to get rid of
a had law Is to enforce It, You must
therefore accept tho ' taws as they
are, and Influence their reform by
your votes and .Influence as cltlicns,
not by your actions as grand Jurors
Therefor your duty as grand Jurors
requires jou to be diligent to present
or Indict all persons found and bo
Moved by you on the evidence, to
have violated the laws ot the United
On tho other hand, you have an
cauallv hlah duty, and one which
ou should-Sissume with pleasure, tontrody "cd on the victim, and after
protoct from vexatious prosecution
and perhaps Irrcparablo loss of rep
utatlon, those persons accused bo
fore you as violators of the law, un
less sufficient evidence Is produced
to convince you of their guilt, pro
vided the evldenro cannot be dis
proved ilr contradlctod.
"Although you may summon ac
cused persons before you ns witness-'
t;s, you aro not a trial Jury, and It
Is out of ptneo that such accused
persons should ia allowed to come
before jou merely io contradict tes
timony, or that they should be al
lowed to be represented before you
(Continued on Pa4 6) )' .'.
Fruit Ii Supplie'd' by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Xing St. . Phoas 18.
EVEBYIH1NQ IK SEASOH AT
HOTEL ST., NEAR UNION.
M. F. Scott Must
Pay On Note
Thrco opinions were handed down
by the Territorial Supremo Court thlt
morning, exceptions being oerruled In
two Instances. Tho most Important
caso disposed of is that of II, 1". 1)11
llngham against M, K. Scott, the Knnn
Development Company, Ltd., and I'. II
McStocker, garnishees. Tho opinion
Is by Justice Perry and holds that
thero was no error In tho Instructions
to the Jury In tho trial of the case be
fore Judgo Holilnson. The cise was
previously brought In tho Supremo
Court on a writ of error, the Judgment
for the plaintiff being reversed nnd n
pew trial ordered. Tho second trlnl
before a Jury also resulted In a er-
diet against Scott, holding that ho was
personally responsible and the "uccoui
modated party" In tho execution of a
luuiinicu ldi ij in lliu UAi-tiumu wi u
promissory note which ho claimed was
tor the benefit of the Kona Sugar Com-
pany and unot for himself.
Dillingham claimed that ho oxecut-
cd and delivered to Scott the promls-
sory note which, although purporting
on Its faco to bo for a valuable, con-
slderatlon, was without consideration
and for tho purpose of enabling 8-nl
to obtain the monc. for his use any
HIT UfITU KNIVK
CUT WITH KNIVES
Japanese To Face Court
On Charge' Of
As the result of Tanamoshl bank herooday bearing Prince Shimadzu,
" "'" -w "' "-i ssssrsa tt "
I'lhlay, a Japancso laborer named Bill- jne prince wa, (rrceted with elab
ruka is In the hospital, badly cut up orate ccrcmony by the members of
and disabled for somo tlmo.to come. lhe portoln committee, accompanied
Several other Japunose Indicted us his by o(ficers of tht ritcd States army
assailants are In custody of tho Conn- Bmi navv
ty Sheriff, and will bo brought before
Judgo Ho Holt In tho Circuit Court to
Tlio troublo started over an .alter
cation between Shlraka and another
Japanese who had negotiated a loan to
tho former through the Tanamoshl
Lank, the Japanese system on the plan
tations of loaning money. It Is said
Shlraka faltcd to pay his' obligation
when It camo duo, and was threatened
that unless ho did thero would bo
troublo for him. Ho defied them, nnd
iho. mlxup followed. Knives wero
tho fight he presented a badly battered
condition. Detective Lake of County
Attornoy Cathcart's offtco hns been
working on tho caso, and tho evidence
J ow ready for presentation io tho
Nw Athletic underwear, B. V. D,
goods, new shirts and pajamas, In
light weight and pretty colors. "A
fine lot of new suitings at Yee Chan
e wo.-s, ning ami iKtinei street.
We wont every baseball plajer to be equipped with
a pair of these fast baseball shoes. Made of the best Tnn
Willow calf leather strong; as rawhide, but as pliablo
on the foot as a kid glove. The difference between poor
and good shoes on the players may win or lose a name.
The price is $6.00 a little more than the ordinary
ki,nd. They are worth' the difference.
(Open Saturday evenings.)
boned!. Scott promised tint he would
piy to tlio holder of Hie promissory
polo upon Iih maturity Ibo full nmotmt
due. Ho traiisfi rred the nolo to Hack-
fold tc Co. but declined to pi when It
ell due, DlllliiKhiim being loned to
pa) tlio note and the suit followed.
Tlio second caso disposed of by Jho
Supienie Court is thai of William
Kane ng ilusl .loo Mi'delrox, gu irdlati
of Caesar Lopes ami lltihiril l.'i,ica,
minors. Tlio tin Irion lioldi that il
guardian's protnl" to pay his ward's
debts. Incurred prior to Ills appoint
ment, being without (oiiHlderatlou, N
Tliu old ciifo of the Territory by C.
8 .llullown then Superintendent of
Public Works, against Melllo H. llui-
tnco et nl , for land nt Wnlklkl. and
uu t. i . ' ...mm n ......, .
which was restiHtlttiUd b Lorilu Ali
drews whin ho returned In decided
adverse!) to tho Terrltoiy. The doc!-
fclnn holds tint where Ht'u In land U
claimed as a public highway nnd U
alsocliilined by defendants, equity will
not enjoin nu Diminution of lis uso
for a hlghwn, (hero hi lug "no strum;
and (mpeilniH necislt" In tho r.ts"
until tho tltlo Is ndjullcilrd at law
SAN FBANCISCO. Oct. 11. The
Japanese cruiser Idzuma arrived
Vessels Are .
FAIRBANKS, Alaska. Oct. 11.
The Tamana river is closed by the
! aY freezing over, and a number of
vessels have been cftucht. Unless a
heavy thaw comes they will have' io
winter in the north.
GUAYAQUIL. Ecuador. Oct. 11.
A severe earthquake shock was felt
No serious dnmage was
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