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10 PAGES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1909. 10 FADES.
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m Mnk,,rtt Nov- a 2:30 EDITION
lHp VOL. XI NO. 4446.
TELEPHONE AGREEMENT IS FINALLY MADE PUBLIC
LOVETT TAKES HARRIMAN'S PLACE
AYLETT MAKES PUBLIC
Asks People Of City To
Pass Judgment On
"I think the people niiRlit to see
this agreement," said Supci vlnor Ay
Ictt this morning. "Iot tliem know
what they want na to sign.
"The undeistnudlng I had with
Carter when I tnlkcil this matter
over with lilm ns representing tin
telephone company wns that tlio cltj
would bo fully p:otectcd for nil th(
city wires It might lay In tho con
duits of tho company. Including ex
ATCHERLEY CASE IS
THROWN OUT BY
Inquisitors Declare That
SPECIAL CHARGE GIVEN
BY JUDGE DE BOLT
"Consuintcy" Alleeaticn Included
the Names of Many Komtnent '
Government Officials Vindica-
tion for All.
The Torrltmlul Orand Jury this
mm nine refused absolutely to take
upon Itself tho' Investigation of tho '
so-culled "Atelier ley charges." un-
dcr which nearly every public official
nf prominence In Hawaii Is either
charged with "conspiring" to keep
Or. John Atchcrley in tho asylum
or aiding and abetting' the consplra-tois-lu-chlef.
In apparent responso to tho per
sistent lequeHtB Hint Mrs, Atcherley
has made for 11 hearing of her nccu-
sal Ions by the Ornnd Jury, Circuit
Judge Do Holt this morning rend a
special. charge to the inqtilsltois, In
forming thorn of their pcrogativos
and rights In cnuncctlon with a con
sideration ot the caso. About halt
mr hour after the charge had been
read tho Jury returned a report, ef
fectually disposing of tho Atcheiloy
caso In the following language:
"We, tho Orand Juror, hcicwlth
rep'ort that wo have taken up tho
mntter of certalh charges made by
Mrs. Mary Atcherloy of conspiracy
on the part ot tho President of the
Hoard of Health, the Attorney Gen
eral of tho Territory, tho City and
County Attorney, tho Deputy High
Sheriff, the Sheriff of 'the CUy and
County, tho District Magistrate of
(Continued on Page 4) .
Fruit Is Supplied by
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Kinc; St. Phone 15.
Take Home a
FROM THE PALM CAPE.
1. Fresh Twice a Day,
tensions and everything clso for the
full time tho franchise has-to run.
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n to us shortly before we went Into
tho Supervisors' meeting, and I was
supposed to vote on It without going
Into It so as to thoroughly under-
Htnnd what was In it. 1 had been
told whut would
wasn't sure what
can't always be sure that you'll find
wha someone says will be there.
And that Is the wny It seemed to
me. They wanted to rush mo
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",IU"B" '"'" H .tint n.uufti.v
through rail.-oad it, and I thought -- -" -' . ".
1 wouldn't be rushed, though I might , rlRht f"r nolM',K' "ot wh" wo ro"-
not Imte expressed myself In Buch.rcs0iu ,nc l,eol"e-
puie and unprejudiced words as the'
morning attorney for the telephone
"Now you see tho City nttd County
Judgo Whitney this morning over
ruled tho demurrer In the caso of tho
Territory against tho Honolulu Urow
Ing & Malting Company, tho officers
of which are charged with violating
the Sunday law by Indulging In un
necessary labor, to-wlt: "delivering
divers barrels of beer to certain per
inns." tho nlleirod offonso betnir com
muted, during the Into vlslfof tho Pa-
k. 0. Peters argued tho demurrer
to tho misdemeanor chnrgo against the
corporation, declaring that Its langu-
0Re ,- construction was dofcctlvo
om, actually constituted a "blanket"
complaint under which the defendant
wnK n()t properly Informed of the
Deputy Attorney General I.orrln An-
idrews defended tho construction of his
complaint, maintaining that tho same
degree of particularity was not re
quired In a misdemeanor complaint as
Is considered essential In nn Indict
ment. Judge Whitney In overruling tho do
stated that ho believed that
I n rnnvlHInn uniler tho cnmnlalnt be
fore tho court would constitute a prior
conviction under uny charges that
might bo brought In the futtiro based
on tho beer dullveiles on tho day In
Arraignment was continued until
BULLETIN ADS PAV 41
What is the use of paying
for a participating polioy when you
can buy a non-participating policy
at a lower rate!
923 Fort Street
.i..u r . ,,i .', .hnn t-t
a conduit for not more thnn U.-
Vin . r . . . ,
13.000 feet. Whore do the peon
get off after that 13.000 feet Is laid?',,
I would like to know. It appears to
me that they are completely In tho,,,
ds of tho telephone company.
"Tbcro nre other features of the
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of It. Of course If they nre not. why.
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we should givo away valuable street
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"Then joit will notice the last
paragraph of the ugrcement. The
icompnny is protected on every sldo
1 (Coritinued on Page 4)
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 21. The
most elaborate, the, largest and the j
most mlgnincent civio and indus
trial parade ever seen in the city of
San Francisco held the attention of 1
the Portola festival crowds today.
Every business house in the city
was represented in some way and
the enthusiasm of the crowd proved
that the effort was appreciated.
The floats of the Chinese and the
Japanese were among the notable
ones of the parade, the merchants of
these nationalities vieing with each
other in their works N of Oriental
All nations were represented in
Cuts Its Rate
PITTSBURG. Oct. 21. The Stand
ard Oil people made a cut today of
from two to eight cents a barrel on
crude oil and ten cents on refined.
MADRID, Oct. 21. Owintr to the
undest existing throughout the
country the cabinet has been forced
to resign. Former Premier Moret
has been asked ,to organize a new
BLUEFIELDS. Nicaragua. Oct. 21.
Rebel forces claim that they have
so far increased their control of im
portant strategic points that Presi
dent Zelaya will be unable to hold
out for more than a month.
Mrs. Frank Qrovcr saw her two
rhlldicn burned to death In a forest
lire near I-ee, Alberta. Sho was so
DtirflllMl v line it ltd lim uiitf flint Aotn
J died In n few hours.
u iwitui j iMiiiivii nil I nu 1 dill, M
U Acting on tho suggestion of 81
tt President Fred Wnldron, George tt!
a w- 8ml,h. of ,h Public Atlalrs U
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-latlon, ha. wrte Mr. Carter i.
of tho Mutual Telephone Com-
A ngk fc
a htnrl bo te(i ,he rc
.n.tiv.. nf ihi mprrhnnt nn it
Ttimnhrinn fVmi. tt I
th toieDhonB 01L.ion hv iheltt
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M Tn- i.lea' of ,ho niorchnnti, u
ClIIll llil II V Willi 111 1 III IHIliril 111 II
n ,h .woil,. , . c,
" acquainted with all the details of tt
tt the nronoscd nereement between tt
tt tho telephone company and tho tt
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t: city 8u
tt "Wo ,
CII) OIIIIVrVIBUrB. M,
are not taking sides. We n
wnnt (0 bo
fully In- til
tt formed," said Mr. Smith,
tt "It Is somewhat In the nature tt
tt of nn arbitration I guess," said tt
tt Mr- Wnldron oyr tho 'phone, tt
'tt having everybody's rights -pro-tt
tt tected and don't want unncces- tt
tt sary delay." . tt
MORI. JURY .VIEWS
Actual' Trial Of Sheba's
ATTORNEY CATHCART MAKES
THE OPENING STATEMENT
Citv and Countv Attorney Declares
That Mori Had Knife Carefully
Sharpened' Before looking for
Two large hacks this morning..
took tho Mori Jury to Smith and King
streets to view the.slt0"of tho at
tempted osBUBslnation of 9. Sheba on
August 3rd Inst.
The Jury wus completed at 9:30 and
after City nnd County Attorney Cath
cart, had made his opening statement
for tho prosecution, a brief adjourn
ment was takett to permit the Terri
torial dand Jury to hear tho special:
Instructions In the Atchcrley caso. The
suggestion was then made by Mr.
Cathcart that the Jury bo taken to tho
beeno of tho crime. The Idea of walk
ing was not received with much fnvor.
Mr. Prosser objecting on tho ground
that it was quite a distance from tho
Judiciary building to Smith und King
In his opening statement to the Jury,
City and County Attorney Cathcart
briefly outlined the evidence that will
be presented by the prosecution at tho
trial. He statod that the Territory
will show that Mori believed Sheba
to bo an enemy, working against the
best interests of the Japanese peoplo
In Hawaii. Ho declared thai on tho
day of tho attempted assassination,
August 3rd last, Mori purchased a pen-
(Continued on Page C)
White Clover Honey
CAN BE BROUGHT HERE
EmferantS foUie BV The
Siberia And Are
I stand ready In bring ten thou
sand laborers like tho peoplo that you
now Bee on the deck of this ship," was
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in MHltMllUUl IIIUUU uy t, 14. i, inui
con, a member of tho Tenltorlal Hoard
of Immigration who icturned as a pas-'
scnger by tho Pacific Mall steamship
Siberia from the Orient this morning.
Mr. Atkinson -mndo the nbovo re
mark concerning the Initial consign-
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LU V II 10;
NEW YORK, Oct. 21, Robert S.
lovett, for many years the attorney
for E. H, Harriman, was today
named as president of the Union Pa
cific. This is taken to mean that
lovett will be Ifarriman'i successor.
SATTLE, Wash., Oct. 21. Appre
ciating the closer union between the
western states and the Orient; the
faculty of the University of Wash
ington have added a course in the
Japanese language to the curricu
lum. Bulletin Business OfBe Phone 258.'
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
int'iit of Itusi'laus, who, nrra)od In the enlty of tho JotiriR- from iho time
peculiar and plctuiesquo garb of their tho putty took pisitaro on liourtl tho
country, nrrUed at llonnl'ilu after a Sllicilu at Kobo until flio ricked up
month spent In tinvellng by hind and the Hawaiian Islands thU morning"
''"From past experience with the lni- Tho lnn "no hero 213 strong.'
portntlon of European labor In tho The party comprlns K3 men and wo
enno fields of Hawaii. I bcllove that ""'" ,lle r''lder bclnj; babies and
these people are tho best fitted for that chlWicn. 'I bat tho dweller on tho ,
work of any nationality which has been Bfepes or c.itt-rn Hlherli Is a llrm
tried by the planters." declared Atkln- mllieienl 'be Kooteveli ilortrlmi of
01 In bountiful iroK)Kitlnn nf tho race, U
"The Httsslans withstood tho long
nntl tedious Journey to tho Islands In
flno shane. They come here lit and
ready for business. We hnd n little
dlfflculty caused by some of the litis-
slan authorities at tho Slbeilan fniu-
Hoi- but hv ilKerlliiL- tho emlcmnts
to Dalney or Dnrlen this troublo was two irmro nriultN added tn his com
overcome; ond nothing marred iho cer- (Continued on Pape 3)
M SIBERIA DECKS
Rissian and, Japanese
Happily no International complica
tions resulted from tho Inlet mingling
of Hu8slaus und Japanese on tho decks
of the I'liciflc Mall liner Siberia, which
made fast at Hackfeld wharf shortlt
before 11 o'clock this morning,
The vessel experienced a lino trip
acrois the Pacific Is the rcuoit of tho
tiUe bilugB a most cosmopolitan nr
I i-uy of passengers, not only traveling
' j 1 ntho saloon, but also In tho steerage
The Russian Immigrants were the
most Interesting people on board tho
vessel. They malnlulned the umlhld'
ed attention of the other travelers
each night by tho series of entertain
meats In which folk songs and dancing
was a prime feature.
It was a diplomatic move upon tho
part of the officers to assign tho litis
ilnnB to the number of 211 to the for
ward quarter of the. Siberia, whlln
some 38 Japanese men nnd women
were, well cared for ut tho after part
or the vessel,
Tho Siberia carries In transit some
fifty-seven passengers In Iho saloon
who nre bound for 8nn Krnnclsco.
Twenty-one Chinese are nlso pussen
The vessel will, discharge over
twelve hundred tons of general cargo
a tthls port, among which Is a largo
iniantlty of sake, rlco and other pro
ducts of the Orient.
Tho vessel will recelvo a prompt
dispatch through tho agency of II.
Hackfeld ..ft Co. and tho agents nn-
nounce mni ine vessel win sail for Han
(Conttnnfd on Page fl)
Now-a-days young men are not
satisfied with shoes of the ordinary
style. Shoe making has advanced
to such an art that it is not neces
sary that they should. , Today shoes
are made in styles especially for
Young man, if you want" the right
kind of shoes, look over our late arrivals.
amply orne out ny inc nrray or miio
folk of tho p.irty of iunuisrauts. Si
beria's best crop Is lis children.
Tin- good old htork manngHd to keep
1'nco with thf rapid mutcmuiitH r tho
party and btdore tho Itiisslnnn loft
their n9tlve mil, "JacK" AtKluson liatl
LEWIS TELLS HOW
HE MAKES OUT
Hawaii County Supervisor
Has Come Back At .
REMINDS PEOPLE THAT HE
WAS ONCE A LAWYER
Honolii Contract and County Father
Who Savs He-Wanted to Save
Money for People-MJhokes CaU
With Other Things Than Butter j
Hlln, Oct. 13.- Chalrru.-n Jim I.cwlJ
of the Iloai J of u,crlbors, takes ex-J
cortloiiB tn" some of the Htntomt-ntcM
mndo by Deputy County Attorney Call?
Smith relatlvo to the ntrltu-lo of tliwi
Uoard towards him. pnrtlculnrl) with '
reference to the Honolll contract.
"Mr. Smith kicks beciuso wo hnvo
not been consulting him wIipii It cntno
tn tho drawing contracts, and men
tions particularly tho Honolll 1 con
tract," said I.owl8 last week. "I want 1
to say that thero was u very good rea
son for not consulting Mr. Smith, anil
Hint was beciuso ho was In Honolulu
at tho time. Tho Deputy County At
tiirnoy left for Honolulu whllo n meet- 1
Ing of tho Hoard of Supervisors was
In session, and ho icmalncd thero fin
two weeks, not on liny business of Hit
County, hut on somu prlvnto affairs 01
"It was during this tlmo that tin
Honolll contract mnltor came up, ami
as Mr. Smith wus in Honolulu In
could not bo consulted, nnd If wo ban
walled Tor Iiltn, too much tlmo would
(Continued on Pace 2)
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