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Mnnilka .....May 25
If there (i ANY day on which
your itorc'i ad SHOULD be printed,,
It there, then, ANY DAY on which
it thould NOT?
Are there tome dayt on which it
it not necessary to advertise your
ttoret Some dayt when enterprits
may be suspended?
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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4037.
Sale At Cost In
Only Necessities Of Life And
Thode Are Now Below
pn M.iy 1 Hip how scheme of ly, run'. ounce, tlx mine!, eight
charging coat fur the necessities of oiwlh, one poind, tluce poutiit. and
life will ko Into force In the ptantn. ft I""1""- "l' ,,akl& rtwer ia
...... sold In twenty live-ounce Mas and
tlon stotea of the Islands. Just , ,,,, , twonty.fIVe.ounce
what will be. tho result la u matter tins. Bach sltirikeeper handles thene
of conjecture, us there In the imial viulula smdoj and quulltlna In his
marked difference of opinion regard-
lug the Bjheme in general and de-
tailed prl.es In paitlcu.ur.
One man nys that If the majority
o the stares .r the Territory were
to bpII the ne.'cutarlcs of life at cost,
pliu a ten pur rent, overhead charge.1
-the present prices would be raised
Instead of lowered. It Is u fact, hoj
asserts, that In the gieat majority of
the plantation store the supplle
coming under the head of "necesal
tics" lire nuw sold below cost. The
classed "as luxuries.
' nut .It Is claimed that there wilt
be no raise In price on this basis.
Where no reductlrn Is nec?3sary to
get tho price down to cost, there
will at least bo no advance In order,
to movo the present selling price up
to estimated cost.
At the outset some little differ
ent Is likely to arise when the flSJ
ures o'f various plantations are com
pared. For Instance, the figures call
ed for by the Planters' Association
deal -with Items In generalities. Each
storekeeper soils on a different basis.
The planters' circular calls for prices
on baking powder, "Itoyal and other
grades, per pound." Storekeepers
paint out that there are six grades
-of Itoyal baking powder tins, namo-
VA8ILEFF SAYS ,
HE IS LEADER
Agitator Leader In The
Police Court As
W am the appointed leader of my
people, and for the reason that- my
entire time Is taken up In looking
u ft or their Interests and welfare, I
have not taken up employment In
the city or on the plantation."
This was the declaration made hy
Vusllotf, a reaent Russian Immigrant,
declared by t'le Torrltorfal and coun
ty officials as an agitator and mal
content, who was arraigned at the
municipal court this morning, charg
ed with being a vagrant and a man
who for tire two 'weeks past has not
labored and to all Intents and pur
puses was without a visible means of
With Vaslleff were two fellow
countrymen, who also hava been hut
a short time on-the Island. Ullort
mm surupuvo were uruusm """o aoundance or nne political ideals. He
Judge Andrade upon a similar.!. a native of Manchester Enir
cuarge, A. t
Tdlslniv tlmls una frnm 7n atlrt r
the two. men entered a plea of not
guilty 10 lue cuargo oi vagrancy.
Their cbbq' was carried over on the
court calendar until next Tuesday
morning, at,' tho suggestion ot Altor-ney-Qeucrnl
llemenway and Prose
Vaslleff and Ulloff displayed mark
ed evidence of either a military or'
naval -training, They faced the
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tniin diovi, ui ueuriiie, uuii icmum -
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.-. na iBB ... nipKiiui out some-
wnai uenaiu aiuiuae una tue cnarge
was translated to them.
Vasgair, the accredited lcaler
Continued; on Page 4.
FIGHTER HELD for MANSLAUGHTER
0Wn wa(, and I lie man who Is liuylu
u Uie-pou,id tin' of haklng powder la
JlUely to l.eai that ut Bono other
p.nulnilon ito e baking piwder U
g0j at a much lower prlct per n.
ie wtn't Btdj lo ;eain whether the
other store It selling uvfour-ouuee
tin, whereas no gets a pound.
Another difficulty Is expected toxcrop
u) js. dealing with canned meats.
The P.anters' AgsoJIatlon circular
calls forhe coct price of canned beef
m.-. tin, There are two grailes of
corheir- Ret and one of roast beet
ordlunilt)- handled In the plantation
stores. -And the price varies mate
rlally, according to the tin being a
"one" or a "two."
Canned salmon Is another Item In
which there Is considerable differ
ence in price mined on me size and
brand of the tin. And bo., It goes
down the Hue,
Independent storekeepers, of course,
view the movement among the plan
tatlon stores with considerable
alarm, as the tendency theoretically
Is to draw all the trade to the plan
Practically thoro Is no telling what
will happen. If necessities are now
being sold below cost and there can't
bo any roduction, iioUiIii'e wli.
To Vote for
CHICAGO, Apr. 30. Astounding
dltcosures of corruption m the II-
nnois .Legislature were maae touay,
when Charles White, a member of
the State Legislature, sworethat he
had been bribed to vote for Senator
He declares that others
lv nM morn.,, ni- thIr m).
.VroM. wi..-!,. i.i,. r
lavorame to tne junior Senator from
lorimer was elected to succeed
Senator Hopkins, over whose condi-
dacv the Leirislature was deadlocked
(V.iwti T.riwM 1
i L!iu.y- ! It. v . !; rJ. J
lunuus. ui ik uuuic ui uciitcscu-
tatives from Chicago and generally
regarded at not possessing an over-
I . '
Secretary Ballinger while on the
witness stand in his own behalf to-
jay declared that he favored the reo-
lnmarinn nnllw f hU nrmtumin,
- mi. uarneld lie'sald however tnat
mi. uttruciu. iio siuu, nowBycr, iiuii
,le d0UDtCtt the administrative abil-
e u.. m. it... ..11 i 1...J . ii.-i
.lty of Mr. Newell, the head of that
ot ' '
ity of Mr. Newell, th head of that
2)-"For Sale", cards at Bulletin.
1G PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY,
JAPANESE BALL PLAYERS
WON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
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THE JAPANESE ATHLETIC DA8EDALL TEAM WHICH WILL ENDEAVOR TO WIN THE 1910 CHAMPION
Bl '..' . SHIP A6 THEY DID THAT OF LA8TYEAR.
Government 'Prepares To
Prosecute Russian Rioters
AGENT OF CZAR FEARS FOR LIFE
TO BE GIVEN
Paul Do Kerburg, tho special agent
sent to Investigate tho ci.ndltlons of
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the nusslan Immigrants' In Hawaii. U
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", ot tho "10r "eB"t0 " "'
"usslans now In the city. Ho haa
"tated.hls feara to tho officials of tho
Territorial Oovornmont and It Is und-
ofatood that somo means will bo token
,0 n8"ur0 D? .Kerburg protoctlon from
his angry fellow countrymen.
I It is known that u number of tho main difficulty that hue confronted tho
nusslans havo decided that there aro government Is the fact that tho only
three men who ara respenslble for7 all chargo that could bo brought ugalnst
' thclr Imaginary grlovances. I'o- the men was one of vagrancy, u mla-
rclstroila, promoter of tlie nusslan Im.'donieanor and not punlshablo with lm-
migration schomo. Secretary of tho prlsonmcnf at hard labor.
Territory E. A. Mott-Smlth and Do
Kerburg are' the three who havo been
singled out, tho agent of tho Czar
particularly, naving nrouseu, ror sonn
.unknown reason, tho nnarchlstlc ten -
flnnpna nf IhA Ifiifialnnu
,"Tho best thins to do with tho Itus-
slans law or no law. is to nut thein on
a ship and send them bad; whence
they came." said nn ofllclnl this
nir "Thn tmnliln watm-ilnt la
only tiwbegtnnlng mid Its contlnu-
ance will bring us Into disrepute with
vine wosningion niiiiiuriuos. inure is
.In,,!,! (hnr n lV.lcrnl lnvnnlli;ntnr
.. ... l. . .... ... m. .
..111 oruin lm Imrn Thu rniullllnna nrn
lm,l onniti.li 4nt (lm nnnrli tl.nt will
be sent to tho mainland will naturally
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bihiciuuui m-vum in n-ireti hi
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nuinuur ui vimi-ns u u i.iui w mm.
night's riot, a sentiment that Is sure
to havo some Influence In Iho policy,
that, will bo penned In dealing ati
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i.n.. . in, ,.. i n, nii..
-,cast with tho ringleaders.
Warrants for the arrest of ten of
Jf Kniian notert were sworn, toreador of a party of six Ilusslans this
., """y"" "" -Bc u uuw -
. . soluilon to tho ItusBlan urn hi cm
has been prosen,c,i na , tho au.hor.Ues
through tho riot tint occurred last
evening In front of the ihiIIco station
when hundreds of hclllRorept ami
threatening Immigrants demanded tho
rcleaso of Vosllert and tho throo menl
.who wero nrrested with him. flu
. y the r actions Inst night ptactlc-
allylho wholo contingent of tho Iniml-
grants havo placed an entirely nuw av
pect upon ine nuesuon, incy.can now
. be all gathered In and prosecuil oil
hnri.u tt rlnt n fAInnv l.rflrlfnlH-
giving the nuttiorltlcj a free hand In
segregating tho disturbing and dang-
orous elements. Arrests In coniiee-
tlon with tho riots will bo nisdo to -
Anv whnn llio men wnnteil nrn dertil.-
od upon, They will bo Jailed nnd In -
dieted on charges of riot and tho drst
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step in uio suuiuuu in uiu iiuiuiuiu
' Th null rpcrol ilMirdBBPlI Ir Hint
VnallnlT Hm rlncteailer nf I lii. nliitui'li.
ers. was not iiinong tho rioters. If ln
'had been tho most dangerous troublo-
.,. nnl..,vn.l Kv T)nr.ilulr,,i, ..n.1
iiiunvr haiuvi.M v . viv... w
.i,i-. .i,i i.nvt. linon ninpni
i.. h in ,Vt he nh ln'
;,i. r. " ...- ,i. in ..iu ,..
nueru no nun." "
dissension among tl
somo time to como,
Tlio policy of tin
, ,i, i,. minn
the Territorial (lov-
Continued on Page 4.
APRIL 30, 1010 10&AQES.
"Wo want to see Vesileff." said the
. morning to tho captain of the watch
nt tho poltco station. "That man our hit fight with Owen Moran, died to
leader; wo bring kau kau for him, day from his injuries. Horan and
J'lo like speak to him." Tho men ar- Ave others associated with him were
rived at tho stotion nt 11 rciock and
ney d0110'' their hats In a pollto fash-
.Ion to tho officers on watch.
Oae of ihe party, huwevcr, Is a bud
looking Individual, and he was dressed
m a wnne sun. uio ioo na gave ono
of tho police officers who told him to
movo on as thoro vas nothing doing In
tho Interviewing lino with Vaslleff.
was about tho most savago ever
thrown at a'human being. The man
moven on siowiy nut turneu twice in
annrl at the officer; murder was writ-
ten on his face, and It was almost, lm-
ihjiuh! iu nuntmu u iuhiiuu ui-iui.
looking as tho Iliisslan did.
'I no Dni'lV lirUUCIlL SOlllO Cnillieil
beef and tobacco for tho prisoners,
and then tried to get an Interview
with Vaslllcff and his fellow prisoner.
(This was not nllowed and
ordered to lea'
ordered to leave the station,
1 In yesterday's riot tho poiico on
their clubs freely and six or clRlit
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. no i..n.. ...n ,..v ................ ...
"llllllOS." which IirO leather affalra
. IODlU'll With SllOt. lllSO WOTO IIMCll
I cood deal and tho nallce spared 110th
Ing when Ihoy laid on the whips. Ono
tall omccr was very active, and ho
TMHdt hfivn lilt lu'll IlllHSllinH tfl ilA
nllinrs1 nun. When the mounted men
Harce.1 thb crowd a Russian mau
.!.., ,nii i,nv m fmnt nf ihn
lmr.ni and the child had Its leg brok.
en. Tho boy was takim to the yueen
(Continued on Page 0)
IDiikli I inAe Aia
rUDIIt LdllUS lIX
Lots Are Taken By Citizens
At Good Figures x
Marulnn Campbell. Commissioner.
of Public IjindB, sold nt noon today
7.1K .rr ,.t oni'.mn.i.nt lrll nn
Maklkl Heights for t7C3. The
sale, which took place at the front'
door of the Capitol, 'vns attended by,
few people. There were a few la -
dies p n ent who dailred to purchase;
V. K. Iloward. cm of the purchas-
ers, paid $4901 for lots C to G 9 8 1 '
(Special Bulletin Cable:)
WASHINGTON, D, C, Apr; 30.
Pretident Taft has tent a special
menage to Congress urging on the
worx m aeicnscs at ranama, wun a
.view to havinn" them completed by
JaTry 1, 1915, at which-ate It it
i. -ed to open the canal for
SAN FHANCISCO, Apr. 30.
Tommy McCarthv, the prizefighter
M4 A ! W4W
who wat knocked out latt night in
arrested on the charge of man'
Proof that the fight was a frame-
uD.from the start develoned today,
when jToran admitted that before
, , , .. ri . ...a j,t
'pIi!I ... t W.. VA.ti1
wcvanny stay tor nueen rounas, ine
knockout and fall by which McCar-
thy't skull was fractured occurred in
the sixteenth round.
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J? LlXXillNUjAV I
SAN FHANCISCO. Apr. 30, Po-
lice Commissioner Flannery, who is
under indictment for hit connection
with the poolroom twindiert, tender.
ti his resignation today.
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WAHHIHUTOM, D. C, Apr. .30.-
Ha lroads of the countrv filed a
schedule of increased freight rates
with the Interstate Commerce Com.
7KIOI I CEHTf.
In Iu.Up. Thtsn lots rnntnln 3.6.V.
acres. The oilier nurrhaers wrrV
n follOWat I.Ot MS. .9S BCrt'. It. T.'
Ilfonn, for $.131; lot C2C, .92' ucre,"
Mril K. tMlqwcn. (90; lot C2S, .u A
act e, Mrs. Oiegory, $571; lot C29, '
.92 acre Miss I. Kclley. ?M; lot..
,0 - 50. ac.es, I'. I,. Hadley, $051. ,
Theic bolag no o her prosifctlra!'
purchasers for the lost nf th( lots,
the cnrnmlssloneY po.tponcd tin salo 'i
until next Monday.
Freight and passenger rates now' In
force between Hawaiian Island' portA -.
are not excessive when it is takou"
Into consideration tho peculiar condl-.
tloiig existing hero, according to n
statement made this morning by Clou
oral Manager J. A. Kennedy of tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
me local sieamsiun. company cor- M
v.- ... t.,,.a ftiuuj, wufi u moro or
less regular scrvlco.
Tho declaration cabled from Wash
ington yesterday that tho Inter-Island
steamship transportation of the Terri
tory of Hawaii will hencoforth como
Under tho operation of tho Intcr-stato
commercu law If tho amendmonHiass
od by tho Hoiiso of Heprcsentatlvc's
yesieruay meets with the approval ot ,S
tho conferenco .commltteo and Pros). ;S
dent Taft. Is not worrying tliq local ,
steamship company according to Man-, W
HKur ivenneay. . '
"Tho statement apnoarlrig In the af
to.rnoort newspapers was tho first In
timation, that I had of the passage if
any such amendment," stated Mr. Kcu
ncdj When asked If a readjustment ot
freight or passenger rates would re
sult from a passage of tho amendment
to the railroad bill, Mr, Kennedy ex
pressed his belief that nothlngjfalonsc
thnt lino would bo attempted;?' '
"Wo aro under far greater expense
In operating tho vessels in thotflhter
Island service, than similar companies
uuiiiR uusiness along tno same lino on
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It Is pointed out that tho larger, ves
sels bolonglng to the Inter-lslaml
Steam Navigation aro obliged to carry
much larger crews than tho same ton
nage operating ajopg the Pacific or
tho Atlantic coast.
Steamers such aa Oceanic Sierra, or
the Mat son Navigation steamer Wll
holmlna aro said to carry a far loss
staff of officers and men In prfpot-
tlon to their tonnage than a ousting
ateamcr tho alio, of tho-Maun tJv?J
tho Mnuna Loa or the Claudlno.
When questioned as to whether n . '-I
rato commlaslon would In all llkell
hool visit Ihe Hawaiian Islands' In
uiviii in ine passage oi 1110 arneaa-.-C
muni, ir, icuuvuy siuieti iiiai uunail'v
no Intimation that silih r .body-would '
pay a visit to tho Islands for thatpur-k
ON THE ASIA
A rablo received today states that?:
two raffs of smallpox have been dla
covered on the Pacific Mall llnerj
Asia, which arrived at the mainlands
I caw PDivmenn k :i an .
SAN FRANCISCO. AnnI 30. ?1
Be.tl: fin analvsis. 14s. SLSJ.nI
i itno. n..i.... ..Ai..i.' vi'-w3
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