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10 FADES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1809. 10 FAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTJ.
Mil JURY HELD
Mayor Kern haa licavoit another
bilck at tho Supervisors who fuorod
tin- Mutual Telephone agreement, !
signing Oriltnnnce IS,, commonly
Known as tho street excavation or
dnance Thcie promlxe.4 to lie a
t.tnuous mlx-up now, hh tho luucli-ttilUcd-uf
ordinance In now a luw,
Cm tho Inst r.eetlun eiijn It uhiill he
In force from and nfttjr tho date of
Hi! nppinvnl, whlrh was on October
Ily SupcrvUor I.og.tn It In felt that
the Mayor has clone tho membeis nn
Injustice and bioltc his woul with
them. Mr. t.ognn saya the Mayor
agreed not to sign tho ordinance un
til the telephone ugreomont was
nettled. Qulnn Is nt u loan to un
derstand tho Mayor's position, while
Kane, Aylett and Cox appear to be
lined tip with Ills Honor.
At any rate, the gauntlet has been
thrown down to the Mutual, and tho
right U now on In earnest. Tho
telephone peoplo have mndo no move'
to commence, excavation work In the
streotB, hut It Is announced that they
JAPANESE CONSUL NOWELHO TAKE -GETS
OFFICIAL NEWS: ATHERTONS PLACE
Prince Ito's Death 'To
Be Observed By
Japanese. Consul General Uycno re
ceived an oiflclul cablegram from tho
Kinclgn Oince, Informing him of tho
death nt Pijnco Hirnbiiuii Ito, tho
greatest statesman of Japan. Whllo
no definite nrinngementH have been
planned by tho local Japanese It Is
the wish of certain peoplo to hold
hpi'clnl services out of respect for tho
According to a circular published
yesterday, tho Korean Patriotic
Lcaguo of Honolulu hold a' meeting
'shortly after tho news of tho death ot
the lato 1'rlnco wus received hcie, and
npproc(l tho act of tho Korean assas
sin Jn tnhlng tho life of one valued
M much, not only by Japan, but by tho
wholo world. Tho local Koreans deem
It an honor on tho part ot tho nssas
Mn, who dared sacrlflco hlmcclf for
tho Independence ot Korea,
Thero will bo an important chango
mndo as regards tho management of
the Olua Stores, Ltd., at tho end of
the year. V. 8. Wurd. who has been
manager for somo jcars, will resign
his position, und It is thought that a
well known plantation store manager
from this island will bo offered tho
Ward has decided to resign on ac
count of tho continued 111 health of
tno of his children.
Manager Ward Is n very woll known
man nil over Hawaii and his departure
from these Islands, If ho decides to go
to tho Coast, will bo regretted by his
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26. Su
car Beets, 88 analysis, Us 6 l-4d.
Parity, 4.42 cents. Previous quota
tion, Us 6d.
v For Horses and Cattle,
will shortly, which will precipitate
a test rase. The Mayor, It Is under
stood, will stand for tho enforcement
of tho ordinance, bached up by tho
charter, which Deputy County At
torney Mllverton' snya contains nm-
ptu authority showing the Hoard of
Bupei visors' control of the streets.
Aylett Is standing pat on the mat
ter and Intends to Bee. the thing
through to a finish. Qulnn ,on tho.
other hand, saH tho city needs a
new telephone system, and regrets
that any obstacle tins licen placed In
the way, j
It U .expected nt the meeting of
the Supervisors tomorrow noon that
a conference will bo held with mem
bers of the Mtrchnnts Association, '
according to n recent letter ad-1
dressed to tho Mayor, who In turn '
has rcfetred It to tho Hoard. The
Mutual will probably have sonic rep
resentative present, nml a warm dis
cussion Is promised. For those who
hnve not rend tlu ordinance, full de
tails can bo found on nnother page
of tho II ii 1.1 o 1 1 n today.
While Latter Takes Year's
Leave From Sugar
V. C. Athertnn of tho Sugar Fac
tors Company, Ltd., has just been
granted a year's lenvo of absenco from
his iKJsltlon as Secretary and Manager
ot that Company, tho same commenc
ing December Jst.
Ho has not been well for tho past
few months and hay beo-i ndvlncd by
his physician to give up his office
work and responsibilities for tho com
ing year and lead a more out of door
His position with tho Sugar Fno
tors Company will bo filled during his
ebsenco by A. M, Nowcll who Is at
present at Walluku, Maul, but who
will tako up his now duties on Decem
ber .1st. Mr. Nowell Is very favorably
known locally he having been con
nected with tho Wulnlua Agricultural
Compauy previous to going to Wnl
Ploncir was again the principal
factor In the stock market today, the
salo ot fifty shares on tho Exchange
at 185 constituting the bulk ot tho
day's business. ,
Generally speaking, the stock quo
tations are stronger than they hnve
been and selling orders are not so
general! Honoknn has come up a
notch, belling between boards at
19.25. Watalua has strengthened,
and none can be had below 118,
Three of this plantation's flvo per
cent bonds sold nt 100.75, and the
property Is reporte dto be In espe
cially good condition, Ilrewery
stock has advanced 24 under tho now
dividend policy outlined at the ro
cont meeting of, tho directors, Olaa
bold yesterday at 5.75.
Krankie Smith gained n decision
In a tin tound go with Jeff Perry
which was fought aH n preliminary
to tho Johnson-Kctchclt match.
All persons owing from tents on
lands or otherwlso holonglng to Hor
Majesty Lilluokalnni are hereby re
quested to pay samo to the under
signed nt his placo ot business,
Washington Place, Honolulu,
, J. D. AIMOKIT,
Agent to It, M, Llltuoknlanl.
Honolulu, Oct. 27th, 1909.
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SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 27. Col.
Schuyler and Captains Castner and
Day of the Fifth Cavalry, stationed
at Leilehua, near Honolulu, are go
ing to Honolulu to plan a military
This probably has reference to
the permanent establishment at I.el
lehun, which Is to bo located near
the present Schoheld barracks, work
on which has been delayed on ac
count of failure of Washington au
thorities to act. Captain Castner is
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. , The
State Departemnt has sent official
instructions to Ambassador , O'Brien
to present the condolences of the
American nation to Japan on the
death of the late Marquis Ito.
TOKIO, Oct. 27. The state fu
neral of the late Marquis Ito will be
held on November 4. The Japanese
government today bestowed a post
humous honor on Ito by advancing
nun to tne nrst grade of court rank.
(Special Bulletin Cable.) '
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. The
Korean newspaper published in this
city makes no comment whatever on
the assassination of the late Mar
quis Ito. It is presumed that the
Koreans are so bitter against the
Japanese that they cannot see the
folly of seeking revenge by assassi
nation. Buy and Sell Your
Stocks and Bonds
WITH THE SECURITY AND
TRUST COMPANY, LTD..
923 Fort Street
i A cablegram was received by tt
1 8 the Territorial Uourd of lmmtgrn- tt
tt lion this1 morning from A. J. tt
j tt Campbell, stating thnl the steam- tt
w snip awuniyy, specially cnariereu a
tt for the purpose, sailed from Ma- tt
tt dolra yesterday with a party of tt
tt Portuguese''emlgrants for Ha- tt
tt wall. ' ' tt
tt As the .Swanley brings the tt
tt party around tho Horn, It will be tt
tt about Decombor 10 when the tt
tt vessel arrives here. Secretary tt
tt Savldgo Is not advised as to tho tt
tt number ot emigrants in the par- tt
tt ty. This and other details are tt
tt looked for by tho Hoard. tt
MRS. OVID DQW8ETT
HAS JOINED DIVORCE
Honolulu Xmas Romance
. Short Lived For Miss
V 'AND SMITH GILLEBE URL
She Is living in Reno, Nev., With
i Intention or netting Divorce
l'rom Dowsett Prominent
Itcnn, Nov., 'Oct, 16. Thero hna
been residing in Reno slnU last July
a prepossessing young wohian ot only
nl.irteen summers, who unee not deny
llmi sho Is a member of tne local "dl
vorco colony." Owing to tho 'doslro of
this talented girl for slio is a more
girl, and a Smith College girl at thai,
having graduated a year ago last June
to live quietly and avoid publicity,
the has busied herself wiih various dl'
versions, free from public notice, und
few residents uro awaro of her pres
ence. Yet sho Is a girl who has a his
tory as Interesting as It" is unique.
Miss Florence 0. Dattcrson lived with
her father, a promlnont business man
of Philadelphia, until she entered col
! lego. Completing her studies, tbe
)oung woman went to Honolulu to hc
cept a position as instructor In tho
Government Normal School. Sho soon
became Infatuated with David Dow
sett, a half-whlto and ono of tho heirs
ot the famous Dqwsett estate of Ha
waii, who was engaged In the real es
tate business and a member ot tho
University Club, Honolulu. Dowsett
was aroady the husband ot a native
of Hawaii, but he quickly secured a
divorce, it If said, from the dancor
that he might marry tho young Ameri
can girl. v
The wedding occurred tho day after
Christmas last year, but tho wedded
bliss of tho nowly mated couple was
destlnod to bo shortlived. According
to report, his actions became such that
within three months aorjous troublo
arose In tho Dowsett household, tho
young bride resigned from her posi
tion In tho Normal School and depart
ed from tho islands. She camo to Ne
vada, and hero she, has remained to
establish the required residence. A
favorite daughter ot tho family, sho
Is In constant communication with
hor father, and her half-brother, K.
Parker Warren, ono of the wealthy
property owners of YonkerB, N. Y.
COL. DENNY COMES
Col, W. T, Denny, quartermaster
geenral of tho United Statos Marina
Corps, urrhod oh' tho Korea this morn
ing from tho mainland. Col, Denny
camo direct Irom Washington, and will
make an inspection of tho Marino
Corps division troop's 'stationed In Ha
waii. Ho will 'probably extend, his
tour to tho Philippines boforo retain
ing to tho Stntos. to'
TO TAKE CENSUSi
Ferrer' s'Hung Jury In
(Svecial Bulletin Cable.)
PARIS, Oct. 27. It is stated here
today that the will of the late Fran-
Clirn IrrPr th rinpatnr Yfrntri
by the authoritiet of Barcelona, pro-
Vlrl thaf hii vmitnr thull rrtn.
tinue the nnblicat:on of hit worki
that have been regarded as revolu-
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tionary by the Spanish authorities,
and which brought about his death.
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
LONDON, Oct. 27. The House of
Commons will adjourn for a recess
from November 4 to the 23d. The
budget is in the House of Lords and
the Commons will await the action
of the upper house.
NEW YORK, Oct. 27. The Na
tional Conservation Association has
named ex-President Eliot of Har
vard as its president. The associa
tion is organized to promote legisla
tion for the preservation of the na
tion's natural resources.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 27. Su-1
far Beets, 88 analysis, lis 7 l-2d. 1
arity, 4.46 cents. Previous quota
tion, Us 5 l-4d.
(Special Bulletin Cable.1!
EDOARTOWN, Mass., Oct. 27.
Naval Medical Director Kidder died
here today. He was retired under
therank of rear admiral.
S. S. Hilonian
Next Fruit. Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 King St. Phone 15.
Get your CANDIES at the
FRESH EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK
' Hotel Street, near' Union.
Mori Assault Case
Despite the absolute and admitted
evidence of guilt that was presented
by the attorneys tor the prosecution
In the case against Mori, the Japanese
who attempted to assassinate Editor
Sheba on Aunust 3 last, one man saw
ft to vote not guilty when the Jury
iuuk ii urn uaiioi ima murninu. ne
"r ? lh rePoru nn man w.
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Juries In the Circuit Court.
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n uii wnai "tuunui lutur luu u
vote not guilty Is a mystery to every-,
one who h followed the case. Ail
that the defense asked for was a ver
dict of guilty of assault with a weapon
"Imminently and obviously dangerous
to life" In place of the "Intent to mur-
der," specified In the Indictment. I Attorney :. A. IXiiithltt took about '
At 3 o'clock no verdict had been re. nn hour to tell the' Jury what was erf
turned. 1 peeled of them from tho ilownolnt of
I 1 no nrgiunemB ueioro 1110 jury mis
morning were not lengthy hut tho
, Its of tho case were gone Into thor-
I Tho nrgument for Hip prosecution
was begun by Attorney M. V. Prosser.
I He paid particular attention to the
I claim of tho attorneys for tho defense
J that when Mori attempted to nssnn-
jslnate Sheba on August 3 last It "
Untlrely without premeditation, .Pro-
ser declared flit It was Impossible tu
; credit tne defense with, sotting un any
I reasonable r.ieo at all, the sole excuse
for tho act being that Mori bellepil
COLLEGE PARK, Mo".., Oct. 27.
The wife, of Captain Vandeman of
the Twenty-first Infantry, U. S. A.,
was today a passenger on a Wright
aeroplane in a flight made by Wil
bur Wright. Mrs. Vandeman is a
California woman, and her daring
attracted much attention. She en
joyed the experience and vouches for
the safety of this method of travel.
(Special Bulletin Cable.')
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 27. Pres
ident Taft made his second stop on
the way down the Mississippi at this
port today. The President was wel
comed most cordially,
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. Es
pinosa, Minister of Nicaragua to
Washington, has tendered his resig-'nation.
In a dress shoe you want one that is comfortable.
You can't get it in a oheap shoe.
"Our Chief" is made with a hand-welted sole of the
finest selected material by skilled workmen. Very few fac
tories can make hand-made shoes because they don't keep
the skilled workmen.
Manufacturers', Shoe Co., Ltd.,
Tel. 282. 1051 Fort St.
that ho was Insulted nnd drew tho
knife und plunged it rojoiitedly Into;
me uiHiy oi mo .inp.iucKU euiior. ,vj
frontier declared mat an long na mot
laws of Hawaii wore to receive serl
oils consideration at tho hnuds of Ju
ors, n ilefeiire of the nntnrp presentee!
uj ui" ti"im-jn mi .'tun vuum ii"i "
- wameu hii i-orioiwntfaw i-roaacf.
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I tit... I nil. I (lint nt ..!. I..M n.ln.lllnr!
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mind of the would be assassin. Pros;
raivi'i iis'j niirniiiJii ii iiiiiui. 111 iiit
sit stntcd that the premeditation wu
rhnwn beyond the lxisslblllty of n
doubt, the purchase ot 11 knlfo, sharp
onltii? II mill flton trnlmr It, nntat iT
the man whom ho purposed to slay. ''w
Ih defense. He maintained that the 3
c "tun 01 (ueim-Miiauim iuuiio uy inu
tner-'attornejtt tor the prosecution had not
been sutmtntillatod. anil that the at
I tack occtincd In the heat of passion
City and Comity Attorney Cnthcnrt
undo the rloMtig nigiimentntid de-
elnie.l that hu unuld rather hnvn tho
jury leturii a verdict of acquittal than
to -ettirn a verdict fur a minor offense?
'hp-sed In the Indictment. Mori was
charged nlth nn ussult with an Intent
to commit murder, the defense asking;.
ror n veruict or n-mamt witn 11 wo.U
lon obviously mid Imminently danger.
,ous to life.
CLARK IS HERE
TO TAKE CENSUS
Pr Victor S. Clark, who Ik tu tako,
the census of Hawaii and nlso pru
pare a report on 1 10 labor condition
lor the Department of Commeice nn
Ijibor, wns a pssrenger on tho Korc;
this morning nnd was In consultation
with Gocrnor(l'iear shortly ufter III'
In addition to his duties as oltlclal
enumerator of the Hawaiian census?
Dr. Clark will act as thn represent
Hi,, ,,f tlm ! iturttii. ml it fVitiitt,nJ,t,i
Mid Uibor and will gather thn datura
and statistics for tho report which, ac
roriuug 10 1110 provisions 01 me u
gnnlc Act, must be made every flv?
Dr. Clark Is well and fnorabJ,
known In Hawaii, having eoino her
as n statistician with tlie'Sargent'Com-
mission and also had charge ot ttuki
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ii-neim fi lew lit? itun tiayi itu vj.
tended experience in nit of tho detail
of tho census woik.
Dr. Clark dli-eiissed the problems
that will confront him with (lovernor
Krear this morning and expects to be
gin Immediately on his duties. 1
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