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VOL. XI. NO, 4471.
10 PAOES. HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FISHING BOAT LICENSE IS GOOD
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No Discrimination Intended By Legislature
Against Japanese Is Opinion of Supreme
Court Was Test Case.
In nn iilnlim dclUcrod 1 til morn
ing thu Torrlloilal Snpii'ino Point sus
tained I ho constitutionality of llio slat
ulu providing fur tin- Imposition nf n
liix on nil Mulling boats nf more than
llilrty InclicH licnin, the Jnxtlcc nf tlio
law having liven nttnckod on lliu
ground that It was directed u.ilnst tliu
.Inpancso fishermen In lliu Trrrllnry.
Tlio (iiln(m or the court Ih written by
Chief Juntlco lliirtwoll mill In the
cnurso of holding Unit there Ik no ap
patent attention or discriminating
nguliiBt (lie Japanese tliu court de
"Tlio ilcfcmlmit offered evidence
which upon objection wn-t ruled out of
ii witness nho li ml lieen n fisherman
for profit hero for tin? Inst thirteen
)i'iirn, to tlio effect flint tlio ltness
ill. I not think Hint fishing for prollt
could lie carried on without 1io.i(k; that
thlrtreii yours ago only n small iiiiiii-
her of hunts used for fishing for profit
woio owncil. mnntincl or used by Jnp-
nncso or Chinese hut that nntlve Ha
wnllaiis then uod n Intgu number of
bonis, nior.ll)' outrigger cinncH with u
lienni less tlinn thirty Inches, that Jni
nnose mid Chlneso hontH steadily In
cleaned in number year by year until
iibout five years iiko, ami have since
I hen rvnuiliHiil nhnut tlio same In num
ber, while the number of natlvo lioutK
Iiiik steadily decreased until In April,
1!IU7, tliu dulu of llio Act when (hero1
Out Poor Trash
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. Collect
or Loeb, who is making a thorough
shake-up of the forces in the cus
tom house of this port, has issued
orders discharging seventy-three
men from the service. These men
have been cither delinquent or en
caged in doubtful practices. Mr.
Locb's refcrmation of the service is
the most radical ever known in this
LAFFAN IS DEAD
NE WYORK, Ncv. 10. William
M. Lnffan, for manv years the head
of the New York Sun management,
William M. I.iiITuii was horn In
Dublin. Imlnnd, In 181X. He has
been an rdlliir and publisher In I ho
Pulled Stales slum ISfi", being
pie.slilent or the .Sun' IN luting anil
Publishing Association. I .a Han was
also an incepted autboilty an stinug
wilier on hub uttH.
Yes, It Is a
. Featured by us this year for the first
And who could wish for a nicer
Holiday gift than a case of Hawaiian
Tincapplc THE BEST IN THE
WORLD such as wc send for
All charges paid to ANY WELLS
FAROO EXPRESS OFFICE IN THE
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St, Phone 15,
were) about two bundled hunt with a
beam of thirty InrhoH or more operat
ed by Japanese, with the exception of
two or three Chinese boutx, und Hint
no others but Japanese nml Chinese
then used boas with a beam of thirty
IiicIick or more."
The Supremo Court finds no merit In
the contention that thr act llxlnK the
taxable beam of fishing boatH Ih In vlo
lntlou of the provisions anil Intent of
tlio fourteenth amendment to tlio con
stitution of the United State. It holds
that hecniiKu Japanese mid Chinese do
not into lliu outrigger fishing boatH that
will be exempted from taxation
through the provision relating to beam
It does not follow that the classifica
tion is unreasonable.
"Hut the fact Hint at the date of
the net main!' Japanese and Chinese
used boatH of the kind requiring n lic
ense," says the Supremo Court, "does
not of Itself Justify the Inference that
the act was alnie,d against a. Japanese
or Chinese for It embraces persons of
all nationalities who engage in the bus
iness of fishing for pmflt In Hitch
boats. Tlio net Imposes llcenso roes
upon custom house brokers and by n
fart Hint no Orlentnls are. brokers
would not show that whites had no
uniform protection of law."
The tost case was brought by a Jap
anese fisherman named Mntsnbura.
who objected to paying thu llcenso fee
of 5 for n tampan.
PANAMA, Nov. 19. Reports re
ccived here today state that Presi
dent Zelaya has imprisoned 1,000
people, who are charged with being
in sympathy with the rebels or who
have refused to contribute to the
cause of Zelaya.
The rebels hold the Atlantic coast
ports of the country.
Theid"wlll be a special meeting or
the Shrlncrs tonight at T'.ao In K. of
Alee .Moirlsou. who was at II 1st
thought to bo fatally Injtiieil by being
! crushed under a mould at one of the
local foundilcH, Is repotted to bo mend
ing speedily, Ills skull was not
crashed iih was at fit Kt icMrtcd.
j A hearing on tho resiMindent's de
murrer to tlio bill of complaint was
held beforo Judge Hoblnson tills mom
ling In tlio case or C. A. Mclneruy
iiig.ilnst Kiigeno K. Doviiuchello. The
.demurrer was overt ulcd with leu diiyj
allowed for amending.
. For Rent
Nothing Better In the City
Real Estate Department
923 Fort Street
Thu drawing gUcn above Is a eonect representation of either Potentate C. O. Hockus or J. I). Jurker be
fore thev shnNcd their whiskers llodqlns plends not guilty preparing (or the Hhilner ceremonial that will
occupy the nttcutlou of the town tomorrow.
Thu parade will start prompt h at 2 p. m. from the lleretnnla street entrance of the Knights or I'Mhlns Hall.
The line of march will be on Tort to King, to the Capitol building, King to Ahikea to lleretnnla to K, of P.
Hall. Then there will he things dono that cannot bo foielohl.
The order or pnraile will fo. Hand, Potentate, Ciller Hnbbiin. Astlstant Ilahhan, High Priest Orlenlnl
(liilde, AlcheiulstH. Standard lie nor. Pamel-Asslstant Director, Past Potentates. ICIcphnnt-Asslstnut Director, No
bles by twos, Ceremonial .Musters, Dtiigon, Ainb Patrol, Policemen Novices Policemen, Klre Department, Sam
Johnson will command the Arab I'm ol.
The hiin)uct will bo li-M In t'le Young Hotel at 8 o'clock.
This morning tho trustees or the
Planters' Association met In tho ns
Hoclutlnn rooms and discussed the
(lucstton or extending the contract
system or raising cane, Thu uucstlo.i
of increasing wngeH wnH also gone Into.
Nothing definite was done, and at
noon tho meeting ndjourncd till 2
o'clock. Thero is u prospect of tho
matter not being settled today ami II
may bo that tho session will bo con
tinued tomorrow. It Ih probable that
a resolution will bo adopted and Hindu
public sometime tomorrow.
Nothing deflnlto wuh settled nt the
last session of the Planters' Associa
tion which wiih held yesterday. The
iuestlon nf wages ami labor wiih dis
cussed In executive session, which
lasted nearly all day, and tho coiiclu
ftlon was reached that the Association
icavo thu matter In the hands of the
Although no decision wns nrrlved at
It Is understood Hint tho sense or tho
meeting was that tho .contract system
ho extended rather than that any In-
(Conthiuedjm Page 4)
Five Thousand Shares in
Market Trading at
Demands for Information became, so
strong yesterday afternoon after the
Mill let In was published with thu
advauco Information of thu Mcl)r)do
deal for a new agency, that It was fin
ally decided tu give out an authorita
tive statement and set tho rumors at
W. A. Kinney, tho sponsor for Mc
Ilryde therefore gifvo out tho following
showing that tlio 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 twas cor
rect In Its Information that a chango
of agency wiih under consideration;
"Irreconcilable differences as to
questions of policy between tho con
trolling stockholders or tho plantation
and tho agents, Then. II. Davies & Co.,
Ltd., have grown up during tho past
six months and as a result tho stock
holder recently lequesled Davies &
Co. to allow the Mcllryde Sugar Com
pany to make arrangements for other
ngents. D.nles & Co., upon mature
deliberation, acquiesced, stating In sub
stance that it was not their desire to
prevent or block the stockholders from
working out lliejr own salvation ac
cording to their own views nud they
'thewifoio very fnlrly granted the re
, (Continued on Page 4)
4fe fi j
BIG REAL ESTATE
i ,.- i
Peacock Property In Busi-
ness Center To Be
'Cei.ll lliown, administrator un
der the wilt or tho lato Walter C.
Peacock, will hold a sale tomorrow
In Morgan's uuitlon rooms that
will attract tho widest Interest or
any that has been held In recent
Some or the finest bnslncs real
estate of the city will be sold ut 12
o'clock noon, and tho pi lees secured
will go rar toward showing whether
tho Investing public or the city has
)et begun to thoroughly ro.ilUe that
this city Ih-IiouuiI to grow.
The plefcM or property Include :i
splendid lot on Bishop street that
will rurulsl) a slli fur one of tho
most rcslinhlo business blol.s in tho
city, opptslte the new Federal build
ing. Another Is the property on
tho coiner of Mcichnnt and Nuuanu
streets, and still .another good prop
erty niakal or the Judiciary build
ing. ROBERTSON, NOT,
AND LEWIS IS NOT
Supreme Bench Candi
dates not as Thick as
Might Be. .
A. (1. M. Ilobcrtson snyn ho has no
designs on tho Associate Justiceship
of 'tho Supremo Court, being entirely
willing to remain in private prac
tice. Abrani Lewis has not made a
canvass for the position, nor hus he
had any conferences with the Gover
nor regarding tho Wilder resigna
tion. (Continued from Pace 4)
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30c and 60c
All Films List Price
Hollister Drug Co.
READY FOR SEA
To Leave Newport News
Tlio new Mat son Navigation liner
Wllhelmliia has left the hands or tho
shipbuilders and Ih now taking on a
general cargo at N-wport News, Vu.,
destined ror tho vest coast or the
United States. ,
A rablo ha been received at tho
agency or Castlu & Cooko, represent
ing the Matson Navigation lino at Ho
nolulu, that the sto-inier Wllhelmliia
Is due to sail from Nuwport News tor
Bnn Francisco on December C, Tho
latest addition to tlio Matson lino Is a
pretty fast craft and It Is believed that
cho will make the trip mound tho Horn
and arrive nt tho California port with
In forty-five to fifty dajH after her de
Tho Wilhclmlna Ih a product of tho
Newport Newn Shipbuilding Company
ami sho Is fitted with big 000(1 horse
power englncH which .ircsnge a faster
schedule than that maintained by somo
of tho other liners now making this
It Is expected that the Wllhelmliia
will arrlvo at San Francisco thu lat
(Continnedjm Pagt 4)
HUHIO TO DELAY
HIS OT EAST
Party Managers Ask Him
To Canvass On
Prince Knlanlannolo, Dolegato to
Congress, who has planned to Icavo
for Washington on the Manchuria,
sailing December 3, will not go then.
He has consented to delay his trip
east, at the urgent request ot the
parly managers, who want him to
go to Hawaii to settle certain politi
cal plllkla whlchMs said to ho In c
etence among the voters on the big
Island. The Delegate will Icavo ror
the National capital In the lattor
part of December.
Aecmdlng to the party managers.
It Is said that the voters oh Hawaii,
particularly the llawallans and the
Portuguese ,do not believe that tho
Delegate will run again for the Con
gressional honor. It Is lo assure,
them that he means business that ho
li- going to Hawaii next week. Ho,
will letive on tho Maunn Ken. noxt'
Tuesday or on the Friday Bteamer.
Other reports have It that a cer
tain number' or Portuguese Milers
would like to ho fully Informed, of
(Continued on Page 4)
(Special B u 1 1 e t ui Cable.)
SANTIAGO. Chile. Nov. 19 Sec
retary of State Knox is pressing the
Government to come to a conclusion
in the famous Aslop claim for a mil
lion and a half damages. The Chil
ean government proposes that th
matter be submitted to The Hne,uc
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
MADRID. Nov. 19. A new volca
no on the island of Teneriffc is in
active eruption. Other craters of
the islands that have not been active
in years arc threatening-.
(Snech! B u 1 U t i n Cable.)
PEKIN, Nov. 10. The covern-
ment announced today that the Chi
nese 'o'vn of Hunchun in Manchuria
wo Id be opened to trade on the first
MANAGUA. Nicarainia. Nov. in.
The blockade of the port of Grey,
town by the rebels is effective.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov.' 10.
Beets, 88 analysis, 12s Cd.
floro Sifto, Japanese Ambassador to
Franco with headquarters nt Paris, Is
traveling to bin station by tho Pacific
Mall liner Asia, Tho local Japanese
coliny extended tho courtesies of tho I
place to tlio distinguished visitor din
ing the brief stay or tho steamer ut
185 ealtorW room. 250 bu'
nets office. These are the tetephoii
lumhm n t'i Rllllt(n Mflft
Not a'l ways a case of patuotism. This
time it is a matter of economy.
The All AMERICA line of shoes made by
RICE & HUCHINS arc noted for their lion
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We ha ve just received 24 new styles
which are right up to the present moment i.i
style. W e invite inspection and comparison,
for we k now that they will come through
with flying colors.
We would like to show these to you
whether y ou buy or not.
$3.50 to $5.00
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
WASHINGTON. Nov 10 The
situation m connection with Nicarn-
(truan affairs is very tense. Tho
iPiesidcnt and the Setretniy of Stale
,aic in constant confcicnce itnd there
is much inthcnatio.t n pi t!ic sum
mary acts aunir.st American citizens
committed by President Belaya's
' It is believed that the Government
will recognize the rebels ns bcliRcr-.
(Socctal Bulletin Cable)
I PANAMA. Nov. 10. President
Zelaya is miauled bv n body of ten
thousand troops. He is in great
fear of assassination.
(Special Bulletin Cable)
LISBON. Nov. 19. This city and
the surrounding country has been
swept by a terrific hurricane. The
damage is widespread and Irnjc in
loss of lives nnd property.
GREAT NAVY TAFT'S PLEA
NORFOLK. Va Nov 19. Frcsi
dent Taft delivered nn address here
today in vhch he sucke in vigorous
terms in favor of the building of it
strong, nnd the equipment of an
MRS. SPRECJCELS GETS $3,000
PAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 10; An
order of the court was isiueit lothy
under the will of the lntc Chits
Eptcckcls. nllo'vm'; ins widow $5,000
TITZ TO TIGHT LANG
SYDNEY, Australia, Nov, 10.
At tides were signed here today for
a fiuht between Bill Lnng, who re
cently defeated Bill Squires, and Bob
Fitzsimmons, the old Australian fav
orite and onetime champion of the
world. The fight will tnkc place
CRUISER HAS SAILED
PORT LIM0N, Nov 19. The
American cruiser Dps Moines left
here today under oidcrs to piocccd
to the scene of Nicaragnan troubles.
Judge Iloblns' ii ibi- innriiitig grant
ed a divorci tu nbli (jumn from Vol
chlio Uknra mi thu fin-uini r cruelty.
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