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VOL. XI. HO. 4452.
12 PAGES .HONOLULU, TERRIT01Y OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1809. 12 PAGES.
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Although the atrcot excavation or
dinance was t.lgned by Mayor Kern
mill practically heenmc a Inw on Unit
date., Hie pmvtslon of Hie charter nl
lowlhg the Uiinil (en ihiyB after np
linivnl will he hIirci veil hy the Mayor
mill Hoard of Supervisors. However,
on November's Ibo ten days will
lmvo expired, and If on that dnto
the Mutual people are at woik dig
ging up the HtiectH they 'Kill be
stopped, an Injunction will probihly
be naked for in the courts, and tho
mutter will be read for a tojt trial
of tho matter,
Tho Mutual Telephone Company
now bus a Intgo gang of men tit woilt
on Hotel street near I ho Ctpltol, o.t
cuvatlng and laying their conduits
for the new system. It Is evident
that the company is anticipating a
hnimonlous outcome of the squabblo
now on. as they are providing a
space In thoicondult for the city 'po
lice and flro wires.
TO CELEBRATE ON
Being Made By
Next Wednesday, Nov. 3. Is tho
birthday of His Imperial Majesty.. the
Kmperor of Jupan. it is an Import
ant dayiwltll his subjects In tho Ter
ritory, and, whllo no dcilnito plans
linvo been fixed, It Is expected Hint
tho business along tho Japancso col
ony will be suspended in tho fore
noon of thnt day.
Consul General Uycno, who, It is
said, Is making every effort to ob
serve the day In grand style, will re
ceive the Japancso subjects at the
Japanese Consulate In tllo morning,
commencing at 0 o'clock until nbout
10:30. Fiom 11 o'clock ho will re
ceive the representatives of foielgn
countries, tho government and nrmy
'iinii naval officials, nnd tho knninal
nas gonorally wh'o may desire, to call
on and extend their congratulations
to tho Consul In behalf of tho Km
Hotli th Consulnte and tho offi
cial residence of tho Consulnto Gen
crul will bo fittingly decorated with
Hags, flowers, mountain gicens and
other nrtlstlc attractions. In tho
ovonlng Consul General Uycno will
dluo with tl Japancso subjects at
his residenco on Nuunnu street,
wlfcre, under tho supervision of Sec
letnry Ito, a largo tout will bo erect
ed for the occalon.
Although It is not officially an
nounced, It Is expected that the gar
den of the 'Consul's official resldonco
on Nuunnu street will bo converted
into n crysanthemum exhibition
ground, such lib is commonly seen In
Japan. This, In Itself, Is unlquo,
and it will be greatly appreciated by
tho fortunate guests of tho Consul.
Arrangements nro being inado by
the JnpancsO Merchants' Association
for mi elaborate reception to bo giv
en the merchants of Honolulu on
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For Horses and Cattle,
The tclcphono gnngs linvc been In
creased dally, nnd a large portion nt
the work In the center of tho city
will be nearly competed by Nov. 3,
at which time, it Is said, they will
he enjoined f 10:11 further excavation
until It can be decided whether Or
dinance K Is legal or not, nnd as
lo whether tho Hoard of Supervisors
1 tally control the Btrccts or whether
It id up to tho Territory.
Whllo It is ualtl thnt Marston
Campbell made statements at tho
beginning of the controversy regard
ing the ilglits of his office In tho
matter, he is sitting back' now and
quietly looking on. In fact he has
tljo Milyor and Hoard guessing as Jo
what his next move, will be. Tho
Supervisors nro'hopclcssly divided on
the matter, and thcie seems to bo
only ono way to settle the disputo
for onco nnd all. nnd' that Is by a
test case In the-courts.
BEET SUGAR PRICE,
It "'Wllfo'tf-.t'Or'ny, in Jlieir BUgarf
t) Journal of October 14, mako tho U
IS following lhi'uYtant comment on St
Si raw sugar nmiket conditions: SI
SS Tho movement of tbo Euro- tS
SS penn maikct has contributed SS
SS greatly to such rtrcngth. Heel IS
SS sugars madp a rcmiirkablo rise SS
St from lis. to lis. Gil. II 11 two days SS
St for the October delivery and fu- tt
SS turo months rose corresponding- SS
SS ly; tho closing prices on slight re- tt
tt actions nro at Us. 3',il. for Oct- tt
tS ober, Us. 2 'id- for November and tt
tt lis. Cd. for May. tt
ti Tlio cabled reports regarding SS
SS crops luxvo been favorablo, but St
SS mail advices ioikiu tho lieet crop SS
SS backward to sonio extent Tho St
tt unusual strength of tho Kuro- tt
St pean market nt this season socms SS
SS to ho based, howover, quite as St
it much upon the fact that prnspec- St
tt tivo supplies and prospective re- tt
SS qulrenicnts for consumption are St
St so noar a parity thnt nil Import- St
St nnt drawback or disaster to any tt
tt sugar crop of tho world means a S
SS higher level of values throughout SS
SS the coming campaign. This Is an tt
tt lniiortaiit matter receiving on- tt
tt.tisunl attention Just at this time, St
SS as noted by us last week. St
tt Our Cuba cables rcjiort no ro- SS
SS celpts, 3C00 tons exports nnd 13- St
tt 000 tons stock, with 1 central tt
tt grinding, and that a severe liurri- SS
SS cano passed over part of tho ills- St
SS trlcts of Plnar del Illo and Ha- St
SS vana, causing tnoro or less dam- SS
St ago to tho growing cano, not yet St
St definitely fixed by renson of tele- St
tt graphic communication with tho St
tt interior of tho island being still tt
SS lacking. At tho present writing, tt
S: howover. It would Bcem thnt tho tt
St ilamnw Is confined within niir- St
tt row limits and will not material- tt
tt ly roduco tho crop cstlmntCB. tt
tS Hrst grinding hy n few cen-tt
S truls In Cuba is expected during SS
SS tho Inst half of November, hut as St
tt tho cano Is still green tho larger SS
SS conjrals will wnlt untir tho mid- St
SS dlo of December. SS
ss ss st st n ss st tt st st tt tt tt ts ss ss ss
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28. Su
gar Beets. 83 analysis, lis 9d.
Parity, 4,49 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis 7 l-2d.
"What will convince mo that this
world Is not a more bubble?" asked
the pessimistic pel boh who was ul
"Try fnlling out of nn airship,"
chuckled tho optimist cheerfully.
One Of 20
HARBIN, Manchuria, Oct. 28.
Police authorities have finally suc
ceeded in establishing the identity
of the Korean who killed Marquis
The man's name, is Inchan Angus,
anA It tmi fnrmerlv h ditnr nf
n Korean nanr nnhlished in Seoul '
He talks freely of 'his deed and has!
no fear as to his own fate. He
states that he was one of twenty
Autciuii swum iu Kin. no tmn wus
wnrlt nnt 'ITnreft'n revenp -tar th'n.
policy of Japan toward the Korean
Later developments ere that the
Korean shot Ito rather than stabbed
him. The murderer's weapon was
charged with dumdum bullets,
whose mission of death was further
guaranteed by being poisoned with
- Down River
MEMPHIS. Oct. 28. President
Taft is proceeding comfortably . to
Vicksburg. All along the route his
steamer has oecn watched by crowds
on the shore at the smaller-towns.
Two persons wcra named In Indict
ments returned this morning by tho
Tciritorlnl Grand Jury, tho report be.
ing filed with Judge M Itolt shortly
nftor 11 o'clock. ,
A Hawaiian named Kuma Is Indict
cil twlco on a charge of maiming and
disfiguring another Hawaiian, Hoapll.
on October C last.
Chun Duck Soon Is Indicted on a
chargo of burglary In tho first degree,
fop having entered tho homo of Mrs.
Amy I;, Hoardmnn.
FI8H MONGERS ARE ARRESTED.
Fourteen Chlnc30 fish mongers have
been brought Into the toils by. tho po
lice department um tho chargo of
helling fish nt tho markets without
having taken out n license They ware
booked at tho station this 'ncrnlng and
will be given a hearing lcfor.Judgo
Andrndo tomorrow morning.
"If possession be nine points of.
tho law," queried tho professor,
"what ts tho tenth?"
"Hanging on to tho nine with the
tenacity of a bulldog," answered tho
bright law student.
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HEMESaqATWB AT KJULM ,
;WAt MATTE M HUIT
None of Hilo'i Many Able Attorneys
Had Been Asked tor Act'.. and 1
Smith Would 'Not Appeal to
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Tribune, of October) 20
L-lves tbo following Interesting account
ul the rdw lietweeu County .UWriiey
Carl Smith am the Hllo Board of
Supervisors: - (
, .. October, 19. 1931.
Jumes D. L-offls 'Wsq.; Cbalrnian,
Hoard 'of diiervtsors. County, of
, Hawaii. y l '
Dear Sir: 'At Uie last nieetlng' of
the Board of Supervisors the report of
tho Klnab.ce Couimltiou to' tho, effect
that I bo notllUil that my'retfdiar aalr
ary be dlsconttaued as ofOctobcr -Bth
was niloptod 'Jby' tbo BoVrd, lr-
Charles William, tho Couaty .Attorney;
is now-'contlno'y.u his beff'tfod will" bo'
unable to attend to. pie' prosecution'
or crluunaL' cases at uie uctooer term
of tho Third Circuit Court, which opens
October 27th at Kailuau I should not
euro to undertake tho prosecution of
criminal cases at that term of court,
unless I can lm assured that I shall bo
paid for. my rurvlces. If neither Mr.
Williams nor myself uppc&r In behalf
of the Territory ait the noxt term of
tho Third Circuit! Court? u largo num
ber of criminals will be' discharged.
I Tho law pushed by tho Territorial,
legislature provides tnut the prosecu
tion of criminal cases chall bo done
by tbo County. It Is also tho duty of
the County Supervisors to 'provide for
on attorney to do this work and to
ay htm accordingly,. If the Supervis
ors do not undertake to perform their
I'.uty according to law, they may bo
held liable as such. I, therefore, sug
gest to you that a special meeting of
tho Hoard bo culled nt somo time be
toro Saturday the 23rd in order to
tuko up this matter and, provide for u
ruttabio prosecution of the defend'
tints. It' will be necessary to tuko up
this matter before October 23rd in ord
cr to enable an attorney ,to leave hero
on (hat date and go to Kallua and bo
prt'sent In court on tbo morning of
October 27th. , ,
CAM! Bv SMITH, 4,
Deputy County Attorney.' '
The above letter from Deputy, Coun
ty Attorney Carl Smith to the chair
man of. the Hoard of Supervisors Is
virtually nn ultimatum. Mr Rmllh
told tho Hoard of Supervisors that, If
1. -. . 1.
l,W 1,u not maaoi provision for ills
pay, he would not prosecute a!
Tho Supervisors appear to have Ig
nored tho letter, At least, no special
meeting has bevn'ealled, as Buggestei)
by Mr. Smith in his letter, to pass a
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ISLAND BOY WINS
tt Stanford University, Oct. 14. St
tt O. F Morgan '10 and W. C. K. tt
tt Achl '12 won the first piito for tt
tt the beet songdn tho song and yell St
St contest, which termlned this af- tS
n ternoon, Achl Is the, son, of Hon. St
tt w. U. Acni or Honolulu, too a
St title of their song ts "Tho ,Sohs St
St. of Stanford lied." Tho second SS
tt prize was won byJ, rC'ltufchln- St
tt son '09 and A..E.' Ehrhorn'10. tt
tt Their song wns entitled "A Stun-' St
tt ford Day." Miss Mary Herd- SS
St man '12 captured thu-thlrd prize tt
SS with "Tho Cafillnal Will Win S!
St Today." . J St
St 'ft tt
tt tt tt tt u u it'tt'ss sYis'tt'sYss ss st it ss
B ritains ' s
SEVONPORT, England, Oct. 28.
Great Britain's monster warship,
the Indefatigable, was successfully
launched here today. This latest
type of modern fighting machine is
equipped to develop forty thousand
horse power, and she it expected to
'make twenty-seven knots, .
mm m 1
Mabl Is Next
NEW'TORK, Oct 25. In further
inothe decision to put Wi S. lovett
in place of the late E H. Harrimaa
as director of the arreac railwav svi-
tem,' the Southern Paelflo directors
today named Mr. lovtt as president
of- the. company,' William Mahl
take Mr, Lovett's nlaoe u vice pres-
Heat. . . 'i a
Throws Acid,HelenLiLJ !?,corae
LONDON, Oct. 28. Two suffrae
ettes were arrested here today for
throwing'; acid in ballot boxes used
by the 'male population in a local
election. , This is the most novel
means, taken by the militant women
to irnnrssi men with the right
men have to vote
BY KELLY'S SHIP
Lightning Storm Menaced
An electrical storm continuing for
nearly forty-eight hours was encount
ered by the American bsrkentlno An
drew Welch us that vessel was beat
ing off the shores of Molokai endeav
oring to negotiate a passage, to Hono
Captal'11 Kelly met with the storm on
Monday evening and for a tlnio he
possessed grave Sours for .tho safety
of Mino ten thousand cases of petro
leum and gasollno whlch'constituted a
nnrllnn of Ihn rnrirr. nf (hi. lrnn.1 hln
Tho dl'siilnv'of heavenly iivrotech-
nice is pronounced the most impend -
cus witnessed uy tno iiopuiar sxipper
in many years. The Andrew Welch
appeared as In. the center of the storm
i.nd whllo recelvlngno damngo from
the lightning, the vessel wub to all In
tents and piiriioses a target for thei
V" .1' ' 'mmmmmmm-
S.'S. Hilonian ,
Nov. 2nd. '
Next Rrult Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 Kinit St. Phone IS.
(Jet your CANDIES at the
FRESH EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK
Hotel Street, near Union.
Supervisor Qulnn went the limit at
this noon's meeting of the Hoard. In
no uncertain Intiguage he culled the
other members a lot of children und
rbked them foro and nft with fury for
daring to opposo the proosed expend
iture of between 1 8.000 nnd 120,000
on tho construction of the Kalinin
beach road. The tenders were recent
ly ndvertlscr for, the surveying has
I "We nro not banks," shduted Qulnn
"to hoard up money for election diiy.
The chairman of the Finance .Commit-
tee, Mr. I-ognn, tells me we hnve the
toney, the Auditor says we "have the
oney, and wp pledged tho pcoplo
when wo were elected that we would
build that road. Good roads nround
this Island will do more towards nd-
ve'rtlslng Us thun all the work tho
Promotlon Committee con do. Thou-
tiinds of tourists come hero every year
and the first thing they want to do U
to go around tho Island. Van niny
think my interest is a beiflsh om nu.i I
NO NEW STEAMERS
- - SAYS KENNEDY
"No particular significance need
be attached to my visit on tho main
land as it rotates to neither, the let
ting iif contracts or the building of
wo-lnoW h"lc.nners for tho Inter-lsland scr
Ui" declared J, A. Kennedy, tho
geiiural manager of tho Interlslnnd
Steamship Company, who returned
yesterday nfler several weeks spent
on the coast.
Mr. Kennedy characterized the oft
repeated story going tho rounds ot
new steamers to be added to
coasting fleet as mere rumors.
The report that tho Interlslnnd been general mo thnt I'liuneno reportr
people propose to place a large 2.81 inches of r.tln jenterduy.
freighter on a run botwecn Nowcns-, Market conditions In Btooldijprcre
tie, N, 8. W,, and the Hawaiian Is- blrong tills morning. Tho sellliig ord
lunds, which Vessel would bo en- crs have ceased to Incienso both'ou
gaged In the carrying of coal cargoes ntcount of local conditions nnd iljji ru
between the AUstrallnn port and Ha- I oris of tho world market slUiotlou
wnlj, has bceti more or less froely Li;piortcd by tho continued hlglj pfleo
circulated. This, Mr. Kennedy, stat- of centrifugals nnd 'tho adv'u'nclhg
cd, was also without foundation. I price of beets.
It Is understood thnt the sixteen , 4 ..44."a4.
vessels now' In the Interlsiand scr-j j
vice nro kept pretty busy on tho var- coast wns considerably felt lnthu '
lous runs. The steamer llclenc, I movement of freight, nnd Her nrrlvn)
which 'went to the const some weeks hero will bo welcomed by the trans
ago, has been undergoing a genernl portntion company.
overhauling, nnd now boilers hnvo1
been fitted Into the steamer. Her
machinery hns been placed In first -
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I nlfleu hnnrllllnn n h .1 tin. Ilnl.an In
'slated to leave Ban Francisco for
i ,,onoJull n r nlout November C.j
1 The absence ot the Helene on the
In a dress shoe you want one that is comfortable.
You can't Ret it in a cheap shoe.
"Our Chief" is made with a hand-welted sole of the
finest selected material by skilled workmen. Very few fac
tories can snake hand-made shoes because-they don't keep
the skilled workmen.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
. Tel. 282. 1051 Fort St.
It Is lo n coitnln evlcnt for I want
Loixl roads fur tho Isl.iml, nnd uu lira
going to hnn them- I am tired .of
this honn'-play, nnd it certainly would
i'u iicuiin Ji'ie u 101 111 ciuiuieii 10 iiiu'i
down this proposition alli-r adveftlV-V'
Iti rril I.l.lu ,i,,.1 -1,.ln.. ..If II... ...TtTll
... .". .'...a. ...it, l.'..in ,,, 11IU Blllti:,
SuienlMir Cox Jumped to hisfoots
"That Is all ilKht to say that wo muft
build (hut toad but Kuhan.i was nevifr.
..- ryltt !..... I I. .1-.. t b. . BA....I... t.... HL .7 "
iii.iiiiiiii.-ii 111 in,- 111LI itrnuiuillill. lliut
wus Kuiiianul beach toad. There was
l'olhlng mentioned about tho other, it
oon't mlml If we have to spend .J 10,000
to hul'd that road, but when tt comet,
to JI8 000 or U'OOUO It is tlnio for ti
to look out. The police department
needs money, tliu flro department
needs money, mid the city Is growliii;
nil the time. V need nioiu-y for otfN
ei things, Tills Knliinniil bunch road
won't be completed until the 'flat of
March, mid then we ran figure uu
building this road " ,
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Good Rainfall in Kau And
, Maui Is Also
Ilnln ihnt appears to htvo been gen
oral had n eiy good Influence on
stocks this forenoon. A wireless, from
Kau stales that Hiiti'hlnsou plantation '
has been the hcncllcliiry of four rind
one-half Inches of rain, 1111J the down
fall has been general along tbo Kiinn
und Kau coar.t. Hawaiian Agricultural
has of couiTc rimie iu fur Its Vh.'ite
llils ImmcdlntMy gave strength, to
Hntchliiiion rtoc't. Slimes Hint went
begging lust week for 11 hid uf.lfi
could not ho had this morning nt 17.50.
I Other indications that the rain has
Kioin what could ho deduced from
Mr. Kennedy's rcmnrks, whllo the
' accommodation of tho shipping and
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illli-llllr puuuu IIIIKIU Cllll lor- llll-
other steamer, rtho addition to tin'
lieet would hardly bo Jimtllled at tin