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NO PROTECTORATE FOR
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 2.
Officials at the State Department
state that the United States will dis
regard the decree issued, by Presi.
.dent Madriz that, "no vessels shall
enter the port of Blucfields without
a permit from his government.
U. S. NOT AFTER
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 2.
An official statement was issued bv
the Government today announcing
that the Government of the United
States has no intention of establish
inir a protectorate over the nation
MADRIZ BARS ALL VESSELS.
BLUEFTEEDS, Nic, June 2.
President Madriz has. .issued a de-
ue.e'thot no vessels snall'lie allowed
Jo enter the port of Bluefields with-
'outB permit from hli government.
fSnecial Bulletin Cable.)
BLUEFIELDS, Nic, June 2. In
the recent battle between the fight--jnir
factions near this city, in which
General Estrada defeated the Madriz
troops, Estrada's losses were six
killed and fifteen wounded.
A final battle between the forces
under Estrada and the government
troops is imnendinc:.
QJUS PULPIT TO
Now York. May 10. Ilov, Wm. Was
son lias resigned from his Hplncopal
cliurcli ut Itlvcrheud, Lout; IbIuiicI, to
work for limited llcenro as agalnat t(v
tal prolilUltlon of tl:o salo of Intoxt'
In a letter tn the Rev. Frank nur
Ress, D.D.hlaliop or I-ont; Island, madu
public today, Dr. Waasoii Bays tliftt ho
wishes to'Klvo his wholo tlmo to light'
Ing temperance falsely so-called, and
advocating temperance', which means
moderation and self-control.
"A copy pf tho official organ of the
national prohibition party Is bcfort
me," ho continue. "It contains an
editorial, the gist of which l that It
Jpsus did drink wlno, ho was ignorant
of tho fact that ho was setting a bad
oxample to all future generation)).
"Must Jubub Christ sit at tho feet
of these blasphemers to tako lessons
In good morals? '
Dr. Wasson baa boen pastor of
Grace church nt Hlverhead for eight
years, and before that was pastor of
OracO church, fllrooklyn. For years ho
has been promlmmtly Identified with
antl-prohlbltluu movements. -
KAU GRAFT CASE
WAS VERY CLOSE
Deputy Sheriff Kekaula
Dot Hung Jury First
HEARING OF WHOLE CASE !
LASTED ONLY THREE HOURS
Jury Appears to Have Been Impress
ed With Testimony in Behalf of
Official Kailua Court Notes.
Illl.O, May 30. The case of Dep
uty Sheriff Kekaula o Kuu, who
was charged with having embezzled
ll.'enxo funds, and which was heard
at tho Kailua Circuit Court, caiim
near resulting In an acquittal. At
It, was, tho Jury dhsngiucJ, standing,'
according to all reports, eight to tour
In favor of an aciuttal.
The caBe was one of considerable
Interest, as It marks the last phui4
nrlhe eirat ICnu "graft" InvcsllRa-
lion, Which stirred up tho peoplo Of
this Inland, particularly in Kan, con
siderably nt the tlmo It was first
brought up through the report of
License Inspector Alfonso.
County Attorney Ileers, who re.
turned from Kailua last week, gives
the following details of the case:
ine iriai oi mo case lusiea omy
tliree hours. There were originally
three "counts In the Indictment
against tho defendant. Tho two first
charged lilm with having embezzled
Territorial funds, while the third
charged him with having embezzled
money from a Japanese In all three
omits the same money and the same
state of fads wero Involved. At
torney Ashtord, who appeared as
counsel for the defendant, demurred.
and ns a conscqucnco tho prosecu
tion withdrew the two first counts.
Tho prosecution's main witness
was n .Japanese named Ohlsa. He
testlflod that on August 27, 190S, he
had pajd Kekaula tho sum of S20.10
(or a iiieichandlso license. lie said
that ho never received tho license,
nor did he get his money back. He
said further that ho had signed a
receipt for the money, but averred
that he had done no because ho wag
afraid of Kekaula, and when that
official had presented him with a re
ceipt, and had told him to "wlkl
wlkl slgii,"t he hud been afraid to
The prosecution's second witness,
n Japanese named Ichlkawa, was
oven more sensational In his evi
dence. He claimed that, during the
term of court, Kekaula had come to
him and had asked him to go to
the complaining witness and to get
from him Keknula's original rocelpt
tor the money, offering that he
would pay the money back on the
return of the document.
Kekaula took the stand In his own
behalf. Ho stated that he hud re
ceived the money on the date stated,
but that Just before September IS,
1908, Ohlsa had come to him to get
his money hack. He had changed
his mind ami would not start n
store. Kekaula had told him to watt
a while, until he could oxnmlno the
(Continued on Pace 4)
In addition to writing policies that
cover Loss or Damnce by Fire, we
have a special policy that covers
LOSS or damage to the Automobile
insured by being- in Collision with
any moving or stationary obiect
LIABILITY for damage to the party
of others caused by collision.
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO..
LTD. . .
HILO PROHIBS NOT
WILLING TO WORK
Special Coirespondence) "(
Illl.O, Hawaii, May 30. Ijist week Sfcretary of, tho llonrd or St
I.hpior ConiuilsHlonerH Unfits l.yman approached several of tho lend- It
lug prohibitionists of this place, It doing his piiriKifep o get them In- ii
teicstcd In (he work of tho Hoard In the line of weeding out tin- tt
doHlrablo licensed honsiM, saloons and tliolcsale places alike, If any tt
such exist, but, In splto of his Insistence, there appeared to bo nolh- -tt
Ing doing. $t tt
"I asked sovcrul of tho loading prohibitionists . to attend the tt
tt "meeting of the Hoard," said I.yinun.. "I told them t tint the Hoard tt
tt was) anxious to have all complaints which might exlet, bo brought tt
tt before It nt Its meeting. Tho prohibitionists were complaining o? tt
tt (ho saloons, and It would be a good rhaticu for them to'have the evils tt
tt they complained of remedied if they called tlm attention of the 1,1c- tt
It ' euro Commissioners to them. '' tt
St "The prohibitionists, however, did not want to do that. They tt
tt said that they would not take un- action until nrtor-itlir plebiscite tt
tt had taken place. , tt
tt "I pointed out to them that tint election would occur after the 'tt
tt meeting of the Hoard, and Hint then, even If tho prohibitionists tt
tt should win out, nothing could be dune by them forat whole year, tt
tt wheicas If they took the mutter I liiiil now, (h:y might bo able to tt
St accomplish something. They luiswctcd that they were not conv U
St plaining against any Individual saloon, lint that they? wanted the tt
tt saloons abolished altogether.. And theie tho matter stands." tt
a , tt
tt tt tt t: ss u tt tt tt n tt u n tt tt tt ntt tt tt tt a sj ts tt tt tt it tt'n tt tt
Start Operations In
Subscribers to tho Humauma Oil
Company of California met this nft
erucon In the 'office of Harry Arml-
tage and completed tho orgnnlza.
tlnn of their enterjirls) and put
things In shape generally tp go
ahead and work out their oil Ileal.
Officers of tho company named
were James A. Kennedy, president;
I'aul Muhlendorf, vice-president; Y.
Klnmp, becretnry and treasurer; A.
Humburg, assistant treasurer. The
board of directors will Include these
gentlemen and three members resid
ing In California, where tho company
SS This day marks tho thirty- SS
SS eighth auiilversury of (ho nrrlval St
St of namlmaster Captain Ilelnrlch tt
St liergor In Hawaii. tt
St For thirty-eight years Capt. U
SS Dorgor has led tho band In all SS
SS kinds of weather and under nil St
tt kinds of governmental ndmlnls- SS
SS tratlnns. Ho hag itoveloiied tho tt
St musical capacity of the Hawaiian SS
SS as may be credited to no other SS
SS single, person. He' has mado tho tt
tt Hawaiian Hand famous tho world tt
SS ovor. St
SS Host or all Capt. Hcrgcr is Just tt
SS as young as ho used to be. tt
tt tt SS U SS SS tt tt tt SS tt tt SS SS tt St tt
Manuel Richards, charged with
manslaughter In tho first degreo,
was before Judge Cooper for arraign
ment this afternoon. At' the request
of his counsel, W, B. Edlngs, the
time for pleading was postponed
until next Tuesday at 9 o'clock.
Counsel for the defense had 'Just
been called Into the case and was
put familiar with it, and the exten
slou was granted ou that ground. '
CHEATED SUGAR GROW
With this organization tho Hit
niauma oil enterprise may be said
to be formally launched, and opera
tions will begin Immediately to de'
velop the property In tho Klkhorn
Valley. The first deposit of rash to
secure the land option was made yes
terday, and the first payments on the
subscriptions will be railed.
Most- favorable reports have been
recolved from the district, and the
presence of oil In good quantities has
been so well estnbllslred that many
of the largest holders have doublet:
their subscriptions A few' shares
Continued on Fa?e 4.
FIRST NATIONAL MAV
. lit IIS HOME
tt When Castlfl & Cooke move SS
tt from. tho present quarters on Mer- SS
SS chant and Kort, there Is a possl- St
tt UlUty of tho Klrst National Hank tt
tt moving to the lower floor of tho tt
tt Btangenwald building. tt
St No definite arrangements havo tt
tt been mado to this effect and it tt
SS Is probable that no move, will he SS
St mode jn tho near futunv U
it It Is understood that tho First SS
tt National will not bu,lld on Its tt
tt new property on Itlshnp stteet SS
SS until work Is begun on the now tt
SS FedcruY building. St
St ''.'t tt
tt ss tt tt'.tt st ss ts tt ss tt tt tt tt it ii
Hand was fixed In tho sum of
S5000, with I.. I.. McCandlcss as sole
The, complaint charges Richards
with killing I. ul Keknt Paolo by rim
ing him down with an uu'omnblle
on March 31.
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 2.
The President today appointed Di
rector of the Mint A. P. Andrew to
succeed Norton, former. Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury.
aasr-DULLETIN ADS PAY-MSB
Declares Evidence In Famous
Pepeekeo Case Is
( Wireless to the II u 1 1 1 1 1 n.)
HILO, June 2. Partem has filed his
decision In the Pepeekeo boundary
caie. The ctaelslon states that the
evidence submitted Is lnturflc'nt to
warrant the adjudging of the boundary.
This Is tho famous case which has
vuuked up the papers of IIHo during
the past weeks on account of the ac
tion taken by Attorney General t.lnd-
duj in uavi u iii-vieiuii luiiilt:! I'tl 11 -v
jiniKu rnrsons nun ins very ompniiiic
statements III reply to Parson's expla
nations, Parsons four years ago while, sit
Delegate Kuhio Tells Of High
Rates ' ,
Thnt there wnro no sections of the
amendment to the Organic Act thnt
wero passed oyer lightly Is 'made man
ifest by the thorough threshing given
to every subject that came before the
Tho compensation of the 'Territorial
legislators cumo In foe u sifting ami
statements pro and con wero made.
Tho travel conditions hero as com
pared with those on tho malnlnn.l wero
discussed to the fullest.
The dobato on the salary question
Air. Tnwney, The transfer relates
to the Territory,
Mr. flood. I would liko to say to
ARE NOW SAFE
Sentiment Of Merchants'
Changes Cost ,
The sentiment of the merchants
of' Honolulu on the question of .In
dependent versus plantation' stores
has undergone u change .siuto tho
discussion nt tho meeting of tho
Merchants' Association yesterday aft
ernoon, and It is now, believed that
no action win ne laxen at ma gen
eral meeting of the'assoclatlun which
was expected to b culled 'or this
week or Monday.
"Tho trustees have about decided
that the Independent stores will not
be harmed materially, and whllo .tho
question is to bo looked Into fur
ther, It Is probable that this will be
the view taken by the association."
At the oulset there were many
loud and 'determined .protests from
local wholesalers who ilgured that
the sale ut cost by the plantations
of tho laborers' necessities of food
and raiment would immediately cast
ruin In tho path of tho Independent
Continued on Pace 4.
ting as iKiundiiry commissioner heard
the IVpeekeo enso and had never roil'
dcrol n decision. A published inter
view with Deputy I.ymer of the At
torney (lencral'H offlco brought a hot
rejoinder from Parsons' who demand
ed an aiology for I.ymcr's statements.
Judge Parsons declared that tho gov
ernment had never filed a brief, but
Lindsay said that was no excuse;
maintaining that the Judge should have
called the attention of the attorney
general's offlco to the absence of n
brief during the many months which
hud elapsed since the case came up.
Continued on Paee 4.
the gentleman from New York, on
tho Commllteo on Appropriations,
that for threo years there has been a
bill' pending before, tills committee
asking for an appropriation for the
examination, of tho soils of the Tcrrp
tory of Hawaii, and not one penny has
been appropriated; and under tho de
cision of the Comptroller, of tho Treas
ury the general appropriations fur tho
examination of soils does not extend
to tho Terftiory of Hawaii, and hi
they havo had no examination of tho
soils In Hint Territory; and I think
It is hardly fair,
Mr, Fltzgeral. If there be-no nit'
(Continued on Pace 10.)
Woman Says She "Sees
Man Ii) A
"I see a dark man who turns to bo
crptichlng In a small box of some sort;
I sec a big white man with :i ruvolvcr
In his hand; three other men are (ol
Jowlng the white man. The lii man
In the box Is peering tlnoutli :i m:ill
hole at tho men who Eoem to be
searching for something. Nrw llio big
whlto man touches tho sllj of the
box, and the dark man thrusts n knife
forward hut slops as tho white man
wulks off to another pai f of the room
which seenu to be a small nnu Tho
placo is near water, nnu I eeo the
waves lapping against poiia. Thcic
Is a road close, by but beyon.l tho edge
of tt I can 2to nothing; everything Is
getting liar1; now, I cannct sou any
Tho medium Bat up, rubber her eyes,
and turning to tho reporter, mur
mured; "Hid I toll anything about
brace? Will I get tho ilvo hundred
dollars If ho Is caught?" On being as
sured that she had described a placo
(Continned on Page 4)
On Sugar J
(SDeeial Bulletin Cable.) - '
.NEW YORK. June 2. Gcrbracht .
of the Surjar Trust was on the stand
today in the Federal court, and be
sides throwing new light ou, the '
weighing frauds, he opened up anew
skeleton clcsct of the trust.
He testified that llavcmcver. the ' '
head of the Sugar Trust, gave in
structions to his employes to keep
the polarization tests for raw sugar
at the lowest figures. As the raw
sugar i bought bv the trust on the -showing
of the polarization test, this
order operated to defraud the sugar
prewer of their just return under
the market nncc
DOVER. Ene. June 2. Tn films. -
Rolls, an English aeronaut, belongs
me nonor oi navin" twice spanned
me ngmn uunnnei without a ston.
RolU today made a flight from
this nlace to the coast of Frnnee. '
near Sangatte, and returned to the
sinrtinrr point without Intermediate
landintr; This not only establishes a
new record fcr channel erosiini. hnt .
it makes n new record for over.
water flitrht. Rills' aeroplane travel
ed forty-two miles over water.
DAILY SCORES OF
BIG LEAGUES '
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. June 2 Th.,
scores in the big league games for'
innnv n rm
American The Iletrolt.niFvMgnil V
irames wa pontponed; St. louis 9,, C
Boston 1J), eleven inninps. " JT
VallAHnl 1nsAnu 1 nl.! t - . '!
i.uiiunui .uuuuu i, unicago -;
Brooklyn 3, Pittsburg 1; Philadel-
nnia j, at. juis 4; new York 7;
Standing of National lorjut, June t.
Club. w. I.,
New York ., v . 22 12
Cincinnati ,'.. 22 ts.
Chicago ,,.., J9 J3
Pittsburg .,'. 18 IS
llmukljn 1... 17 20
Hoston IT, 22
St, Louis ;, H 2d
Philadelphia 13 2t
Standing of American League, June 1,
Cluji. ,. W. I., I'd.
Philadelphia 25 S
New York 23 to
Detroit ....'...2ft 15
Ilotton ..,.,.,.,,.,. I ft 15
Clevelnnd 1.1 IS
Washington tt 21
Chicago 10 IP
81. Louis 7 23
. .571 '
In tho matter of tho auto accident , ;
recently In which Thos Qulnn figured,-V
flvo witnesses have been up before- tho
Sheriff today and (old what they saw
of tho mlx-upi A warrant for Qulnii'a
arrest was Issiifd this afternoon.
Tho suit brought against Harry T.
Mills by C. Spencer at the District
Court ended In a victory for Mills na;
Judge Andrndo dismissed the cases;
MUle Willie Say, pa, what Is'-
worldly wisdom? I'a worldly wl.
dom, my son, Is a perfect knowledge
of the fallings of uur iioIbIiuotb-