Newspaper Page Text
Ltfl'" ""r"1" ! ' uJiiiiiiiiniwnpfiiwipjsui
iiwwhw r.7FTTr. nim v,t t r kiim wtmcly
JAPANESE MAY PROTEST
(Continued Irom page one )
"Tim rilling of the immigration an
thoritics l unprecedented. If this re
cedent is allowed lo Mnnd there in no
guarantee for other Japanese who mny
tiaVel abroad t but they enn peek read-mission
in Hawaii or nny other American
"This Is" n ferloin for nil
Japanese. Tim matter should be fought
in the Courts and the Japanese community
should roll upon their eiiihassiidor
nt Washlneton to Ift Hip matter to llin
bottom tlint Japanese may hau their
"If the trouble In caused by any
defect In the immigration Inns, then,
we should ask our embassador to nee
the proper authorities In Washington
so Hint Inconvenience and expenditures
of, money by Incoming Japanese
mnv be ejlinated. '
"At the same time we wish to call
the attention of the proper authorities
to the manner In tliicli immiirrnnts
anil everyone ele nre trented at the local
Immigration stntlon. Tlie Inngiingo
and the exbildtlons one often hears and
witnesses in those offices are not of the
very best and snob conditions bring inconvenience
and pain to all
It Is the general opinion that the. atmosphere
in those offices is that of a
Common jail. Outsiders aro shown every
ennrtesv nt Oahn .Tall, but thev say
that the attitude of the officials of tb'e
immigration station Is just thn opposite.
We do not vouch for such nn
opinion. However, we notice Hint local
conditions nt the station nre much
inferior to other branches of the
"These facts should be presented before
the federal authorities at Washington,
and we must hoe for reforms in
"Wo trust thnt justice will h" given
In future to all people, regardless of
Misconduct of Ilalsey.
The N'lppu .llji hopes that Washing-ton
wllhtake tugniuince of the "misconduct
of this inan Ilalsey." Tlint paper
declares that the action of holding
fie returning travelers for deportation
is a "disgrace to American ci
The .liji sajs.
"We, Japanese residents in a foreign
territory, must always endeavor to
bring harmony between this local officials
and ourselves. liven if, when difference
of languages and manners between
the two, gives us much displeasure
and disadvantage we should 1m very
careful and be prudent. Anv action on
our part which may tend "to stir ill-feeling
on the part of local authorities
is somethipg we want to disapprove of
"Such is our determination, in order
that wo may lie successful with our enterprises
in this foreign country and, at
(he same time, lie helpful to tbo country
in which we reside. Having this
always in our minds, wo maintained a
cool-headed nttitnde Jn regard to the
controversy between the federal immigration
officials and some of resident
Japanese here a few months ago. At
that time we denounced tho quarrelsome
method- employed by one of our
contemporaries against the immigration
authorities and warned it thnt such lm
portunate. attacks would result in nothing
"llut ns to tho recent decision of
these immigration officials in ordering
the deportation of five returning excursionists
we cannot keep silent. Wc aro
determined to protest, for tho reason
that such a decision is plainly against
Hit laws ns well as precedents. More'
over, the unreasonable move has
aroused much uneasiness and causod
much annoyance among the Hawaiian
Japanese, wlmh we consider sufficient
excuse to voice our protests.
"Let the threatened deportations of
, M!,r1,ionlt be carried through
ami it will set forth a bad example.
the circumstances the immigration
officia U might refuse readmittnnco to
Hawaii of every one of us who should
hereafter ro on a visit to Japan for anv
Purpose. Those who have their fain-lies
proper! es and enterprises hero
JIVJ!; i',,;0,L.1,e ,1eI"rt,'l on mere
thev aro infected with
trnclinmn mnV hookworm.
',.TI" WOirIlJ ' W"U n"'1 fountrlea nre
there is hardly a country
I.7'i ""' " Uth"'iv -0"M bo eon-
Vre.M U ""' Bl n t""L t0 '",, wliy
'",".' Possession ,it,r t, g,
l!.lStr. T' '" "'? ",,v '""try in
V!M" '' "n,lltlor.
y a lis T.
eivili7.ition! " a 'H'Rrneo to Amor-lean
"PpeaMnefranl.lv. wo daresay that
the .immigration authorities here are
wholly on.ensil.nl. lt u , ,v
misconduct. The f,.t thatn y Ch'
nese nre denoui.. imp , ntl,oritle, Vnd
"oreoyor that The A.He.ii.er ,d S?nr
bulletin, our two rci i,i,V' ,,,"
raries is are 1 wnmil, with ,"' Z
si,,iPnt tn rove what kin 1 of.
inana, HWy. ,,
tention to the
mi..ondiHt of Halscy!"
Lllte a Thunderbolt.
iiqulry came from
an in n on to ake
r";B01' 'or it, however,
ine UoChi ..
wnrns Inspp,.tor irasv ,iin('
union party were ,o1P,, T," ,f,
lo,:,l,e,in,!'0rftr,Iv fro,n the
tion ,i,cdi Wauk,, of th , inmigra. . .
n.ieleil with trachnmn ;. l.iV.?..
While ... uw 7 j mjuhfform,
tine over I i '"', """Riant nt the
,"",wf", ,at"""'t at
S i' "n,l"Kr"tlcn bureau,
we, tll ,1M .
di ',(t ""' il th ''' that
ne woulil dare to order their denortn.
I on, having i ,, the varIousPdeci
sions nun l..c i .. . .. "" ueci.
i.. would e : ., rcl,"'ents. We sunnosed
- .....: .' iii-k sooner nr IntoF
. :., rMr """ 'eason wo refrained
w!.rfl To, H ,l co. n,,t wf n"'"1 d
..,, lri , " t iiiu
Was this iioW
intentionally to male
trnulilet Or w.iijt Aone in lnoinrel
H, pitlnjr'onctned, nn only t
ir our aitoiilihmcnt kt this anUwul
"Th rjlttlng UWs ilo not rrqnlre
the phvilfil riamln.llpn of those who
i.i.ii.V 1.... ...t..... it
urir, niminrr inrir rnco
nr previous nsllonallty, nor does Hip
ll require that such people be treated '
In the same manner as new Immigrants, I
une nre persons. Having . lawini nn .
nnllnn domicile, are not to be rlncd I
wiiii enminnn immigrants. 1 nus we
innt take It that the authorities have
defied the law. They dared treat them
ns common immigrants and attempted
to siibWt them to physical examinn
Hon. Xow, without lawful excuse, they
want to deport them,
"Is this done Intentionally to create
t'oulde, or is It done in Ignorance!
milrt umlor th! trratment lo the
of a civilized country.
"Of tno riToct of mtch comluri upon
fill rndtilntita rn Tunnnii.. .n1t 1,n.
nnii it is known n well nmont? the
Alio it N known of thn re
ill IP Wli fill fhn linn. I of ). ..,.!..
- v.. si !(! u mi- JIIIIIII'Ill
tion Ifiirnnti hns rccelvod from thp
cotirtd. In thn cnon of IlyniI .Tiro
IttlllW Ttnlfl rnlmtrA.l 1.1m .......1.. T
is tiofItl( thnt ll phonM not ho
niiRnn jor Hi? nctloiiR townnM thon
tvbnvp portion rnnv not lm clearly on-
tnlilUhil lilit In Fonn.! !.-
. iOtll.f WlinnA nnmn .lItt...t.l.A t
'' Mnniljlllir lIHIIIIt 1
Hutu pnouui hp no qupntlon. Thnv urn H
ri.ili.lnnln t u.l . ...
llnwnii, ami of this tho nnthnr 1
itir iiiivo nnTiitnrr n unit 4- ii..t
rillllt tO Ifltllf. Vnlflinf Y.ni.A ...
mrt Bnn in !!.'. I .1 . . J
,i upiii " " in inpir fiiRChnrfp.
. in uonwincr thfir riplit of ilomiciln,
tnt in PnmAll. ,in .t 1 ,. , .. '
" enn only laugh at their folly.
aR to ourselves, wo believe that '.
excursionists will win) nut eventually.
tntM..g to shnme thn immigration offi.
elnl in c We must succeed In
this, forcing repentance upon the chief
nn.l seeiirinrv n nl,nnA t.. t... ,.
, - - -'"" in "s eiiTirn
tnoue nf . ,
trenlmnnf tc .-. .n -
. .. , ' ." ' "mi ne
-.-... mire in renent his old ,
Will bn enrnnnllA.l 4A !.. .. ., V . V
,, .. ' " "". in. 'lie ni.
'ntlOtl for lita ilIamtBDnl t M -n. .. .
1 .. 1 " ' """-. III."
-. ,..- nim n proper
'onsiderntlon nr ihia matter."
AlIO ft TTatnanlnn
HfilTtrAutr rnta..A4. ..
Japanese held for deportation,
"! Iw"'ln Promoter, K.
ftMfl. flfil tint lmt'A 41, ..!).
i,t ' ,; ,.l,M i'H"HMiinr or
w'S ''1",,ififnln" yesterday.
'i...n" I""'; "Mntsi.moto has
im -. a'. T,'T Iar "oventeen venrs.
', "' .:""" "' was in niv emnlnv
ns cook. Ho has lied inflamed eyelids ,
for the past several years." S-
T TELLS S.
A NEW STOBY 10
(Continued from Pago Ono'.)
dence of the Identity of the two
who . . J
trnveln.1 In Il..l, j.
lt, 1 -, 1 1 ""f jio just uelore
driver's thruat was cut. Thev l,nov a.
now, they say, that Smith andLjvons
ero in H, fc,ek whpn u M f0
forn,n",Ck A,'"l?' 'r by an
officer ot the,
provost guard. They do
not know whether tho two men -who
...re., out or the hack four minute
later, 0no hundred
yard, ,.p tho street,
ifter persumably killing Hirai,' wore the
Bamo two men or not.
T.yons now snyg thilt ho went into
the resort and was ordered out by the
"tfman; that when ho weiit out again
with"?; '."'"il '" " Vl0,ent Here.tlon
with the hackiiiMn.
sow Smith' hit
inv. if wl '? t,,.0'"060a' then, he
St !ni '"'.'""'"K that they would
1 1,? T",), Ha BOt ,Iow o 'tho
bend i ,,0 rolld( ,J0 cont,nued
ho heard a police whistla blown. A fow
minutes later Smith, who was extremely
Irunk, staggered down tho road and
Smith fell in a tpor and was later
found by tho police. Ho say, ho lef
in. there an,i went on because ho was p.
ilrnid of getting arrested.
(''".l10'1'? jellove, they Bay, that
Lyon, is st.ll a l0g way from tho truth
in believe that In .pita of his
that ho told a diircrcnt story
flrst to help Smith clear himself, that
lie is trying to shift tho blame, to his
companion's shoulders. In answer to
hit f,0y lhJI",,t t" tho fact
at all and
testiiuouy tlion. that tho man
who went Into Illack Annie', had n
, 71' .' whNkey was found in the
argues, they say, that if
? !''ly i '. iKht """' tho inan who If.
cut ,to Hlack
Annie's did get back
ih?ertC"otWl'Ct,,Cr h ?m,nit,eJ "V. .1. A
i.n...i. " "K inci.icnt of tho V.
tragedy was as follows: A hack was
. - ,. my uurKcneu. enn or
77 ,,i ro!lll tllcro "'as a sudden
cry of "Haul in!" which was cut short
and tno men in uniform jumped out of
tho vehicle. Ono of the Japanese wit- "
nesses had then run across the road and
seen Iiiral leauing out of his hack
bleediug to death. Ho blqw the police
whistle, whicl) most orientals carry, and
was soon surrounded by other locln
TTrl . n OU.
tl, nUAlU XMllIB. "
The nolicp. LpKaw. m. 4i, ..t i.
spot In , heir case is ttVip"u'.twe. V
up Hum me nacK loft Back Annie's Vr
and the time the Japanese saw the
soldiers jump out of it.
c. .. ie L'l""" J'"9 ''""."i. mat si
1 "'., "i """pencil up n knife before
......B narrncks, giving it t 0
tW nnnl, In ni ." " ,
1 'L' k"J" l,e n?1' R'Ven the knlfo to
...i IVIlIin ., 111 . ll.n 7' " T .. hlr''
The chief ,.;.. "":rr"lyr:1:
knuws thev hVirr,,;. "" "u
i" .. l?."'?.....0"0"11 .".corkscrew for
Fuiiiv mi r mum' ainmi Bfivu k ii.u
not know where il, t,V il'' ." '""
JAPANEST,. R AMD am tt mrttYT
.,4. rtX, AX xuw.
SAN njAXrjSCO, August 14
Aworlutei I'ross Cable to
Un) A JuiMiiu'fctf bumnau which h
tempted to land fifteen JjipaticwS north
of Joint Arena and was captured bv l.
fHIl rmilPlHin linrl.nH .1.. , nil. ilU tup
pan. .r.iii. v 1 ith its . crew, V is believed to ba lvo v
ilo. California fJ?m Coast 'T"I,an o "0 Nor-
Montreal l... . '... "A
mile-, or "s.tjt ;:;.", 'L,--i.:,o"o';; :.;
i... . . ' """ '" m
acreage was only 3134.
'NN N W sSSi If
By Merchants' Exchange
Tuesday, August VI, 1(113. '
Hllo Called, August 11, 0 l. m.1, S.
Mexlcnn for Sallnn C'ruz.
San P'rnncisco Sailed, August 12,
i 30 II PI.. S. H- Ilimrikrinif Mnni fur
San Kranciscn Sailed, August 12,
:30 p. in., S. 8. Korea, for Honolulu.
San Francisco Sallml. August 12,
p. m;, ti, 8. Sierra, for Honolulu.
(Inviotn .Arrivoil Animal in el,!,.
'nils of Clydo from Knnnupuli, July 1 1.
Salina Cruz Sailed, August 12, S. H.
ilaskau, for Sail Diego.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Tuesday, August 12, 1013.
M, N. S. S. Hoiioliilnu, from San
'raneisco, 7:4.1 a, m.
nir. jiiuiuii lien, from Hilo, fi
a... ... i.: ...., .... n. .. m .
iiinirenio warn, t'utr,
fro" Midway Island, 7:4.1 a, in.
I". . A AJ U X! Z ..
"-.. a. o. iingiirn, jiorrisuy, tram
Sydney, via Suva, ! n. in.
(las Btr. Kaenu from tiorts,
1:40 p. in.
U. S. A. T. Sherman, from Pan
(ijUO Y.' m.
Wednesday, August 13, 1D13.
San Frnnclsco Arrived, August 13,
urK ,, """" ivcien, iiencn .nny .1,
San raneisco Arrived, August 13.
hence. August 0.
Port San i,ui Arrived, August j:i,
fi. .1. A. Chanslor fronj Kaanapnli,
Seattle Sailed, August 1.1, S. S.
Wednesday, August 13, 11113.
C.-A. S. S. Mnkurn, from 'Vancouver,
Thursday, August 4.
Str. Claudlnn. from Maul ports.
, .1,1.11 DEPAETBD.
fichr. llbl'May, for Onhu lorts, 12:40
in. "' r
ftr. .1'. 'A'. Cuniinins, for Oalm jiorts,
'71311 a. in. . i.ii i
1'. M. S. S. ' Persia,'. for Yokohama,
1:30 p. in. it a i.i ,.'
Str. Mauna Lon,for Kaua and Kau
ports, 12 noon. .,.
Schr. 8. O. Allen, for Port. T.u.llnw.
3:30 p. in.
Jitr. Jviuau, for Kauai ports, r:Ki
C.-A. S. S. Niagara, Jlorrisby, lor
Vancouver, G p. pi. t
6tr. Wuilele, or Houokan and
12 noc.i. Bsu '" '
Str. Mikitbala, for"lloloka.and Maui
ports, '5 p. m. '. '
Ktr. I.ikelike, f6r illnwall, p. m.
S.tr. iel.iic, fon Mnui jiorts, p. in.
StnjSIani, for Hawaii ports, p. m.
M., N. S. S. Wllhelmllin. f..r H,.n
Kruncisco, 10 a. in.
C.-A. S. S. Makurn for Sydney, via
Suva, (1 p. in.
Str, Minimi Ken, for Hllo, ia way
ports, 10 n. in.
fcclir. Ariel, for Sound ports, 2:15
M. N. S. S. Hunoliiluii. for Island
ports, p. in.
S. 5s. tape linistcrre, for Sound,
12:30 p. in.
T. K. 1C. S. S. Iluvo Jlaru for Yoko-
hamn, 1 p. in.
u. S. A. T. Sherman, for Manila,
A.-II, 8, S. Arizonnn, for Island port,
Salina Cruz, p. in.
Per tr Afnttlio Tvnf, Crn, Tllln All.
gust 12 T. It. Saikai. C. Shimaiuoto,
S. Walker, Miss Wall, .Mrs. C. .1.
ITnllitlcnit fl tut T Inrirnnuoii 1'
llamnrd and wife, 13. llaruard. Miss
,, , ,
TT 111 .!. I- l ,x
iiui.piii, .tiH i, AKiina, i. iiuisui,
Miss K. Haker, Miss Young, S. Ansai,
Komoto, Miss K. l'unaokn, Iev, S.
Tnclilgawu, Master Moriguchl, Master
.".. ' . uungiey ami wue, i.
Loftus, Mrs. L. A. Thurston, Miss M.
Thurston. P. A. Stoble, W. T. Iiuwllins,
Mi" A- M- ftnii. Miss X Kplln. Miss
Wooer, Sfiss .1. Deyo, Miss M.
A- I'nHen, wifo and daughter,
Ilt't' '" '' Miss K. h. Heen,
W- " Oknwa, W. McDonald, N. Xut
l,ol(,n". Miss K. Murakami, O. Cluing,
A- Hnyselden. .1. rernnndez, .loo
Quinl, H. J. Nell, .1. IlLMIUllTll. It. A.
Ufnn.linnri1 T Vnljn,, T.m t ml ..!
"" "'" ' 4irnuu, 4tU, X. J U IV I'll 11.
r9' U I'aikni, Miss E. Shaw. Master
T' ! T.J"" V
' " """" '
t'9.BWn. '. Jife on.l two
J.,'1,1,' Dr; ,?or??'". " - K
h ' " '"
Ta- O.A J C XI..fc t o.-.i
"e.vi for Honolulu, Aniuit 12. W.
it:ni f... ku.
Dustir . Mis. M. llnte.mm M, n,
Moore and .laughter. M .
H- ! HU nn
"" '''' Mr. ami Mrs. .1
fmitli, V. rrnnkol, Mrs. A'nlette, W
Yuthain. A. Oilles do. Miss 11. Itobert
.. , . .
t x-" xr. i ;
",a"- "' "n'I""' """ o'"'".
l(UII, II f, DfUrtlll'
rer Ai, X, S. H. Honolulnn, from Sa
rraucieco, auuust i, .Mrs. s. I).
Hnrnt, Mrs. It. K, Berry. Mr. M. .T.
Horr Ii8s Hrawtheii, O. H.
Nrovn, Mrs. C. H. Ilrown, Mrs. It. M.
f'orbalev and child. I). S. Evans, Mrs,
S. Kvans. II. 8. Orav. Mr. Olivo
-'. - j .afOHii.. l l HUM
lf.lA4 Tit.l.i ll.,wl ..... i.. i
-. .!.. "H.1.1, .HI.1, IM ncn .1111111,
u. ivaian.l. .Mrs. i. r. Kaland, MUs
Oeiieviovn Ti'nloA A. U T ...! f k
Kelso, Louisson I'. M.
Malum. Miss Irene McDcrmntt, Mrs. 0.
'W"WI " ."'". W. PHHin
?ir?: " and
ciiiiii, i, a, .. .Mrs, .Marion 1!
Morgan I,. Schley Moriartv, w.
JIH-. Mrs .1. I' i Siokri. Mrs
j A. 1krn. Jim, Wurhol, 'Sirs J no
Waleiliswe, Mil Urn M, Urlxter,
Mix Mabel Thnrinw, II. ' Mehr i
I'er stwr. ('It.ii.line, frum Maul
pi.tt.. Aug. II.- Mm II. Dimon. Miss
i '. Hiiiimi, MIm M. C. Soma, I has
Aina, Mrs. Ilreflrl k, A. (Inrna. ,1ns
Morse, !'. Voellw, Mrs Clmng x.'ii
Miss M. Kalo. Mis. Kmwn, Mrs 1 .r
nnn.ler, i K M. lelleml, Mr. 11
Hniflln, Miss Kniinkslnnl, A. I . IVr
relni. W. Itnviiu.ii.l. .1. l Houzn, I: K
ilillluisli, II. K. !), IVels. H. It. (rnik,
ii. r. ixiinriie. i; c. .Munlork, Helen
IVr stmr. W. (1 Hall, from Kauai
ports. Aug. 1-1 II. Allen. Mr.nn.l Mrs.
Knlo, Mls Knmn, 1). Klnnev, Magnn,
T. Pedro, T. . Srhmjdt, K.' V. Todo,
I'er str. Miknhsln. fnr.Mnnl. Mr.ln.
kal and I.nnal iiurts. Alio. 12. Mrs.
8. I. Corrca. Mrs. II. W. Cnllicnrt
I'er str. Kinnii, for Kauai ports, An
pnt lo i.v t x-.,ii r ii.,i... n
T. Kankin. M, 1. I.ujnn. I), h. Austin,
...is, .i. (i. t oney, me .Misses i
nur Clarissa Coney, .1. It, Stlilib,
K.,'rniinl:(itL llung, Kuln Chung, Miss
SliIziY. kff,lbl!. TI Akhiia,'.!. K'lelm,
II. Kn(o,' Mr. hnd Jlrs. K. Knp&c, .1.
9. llmcrsoii. O. II. Kinerson. I). II.
Hitchcock, H, Hitchcock, D. Hitchcock,
-. It. Onrrey, Jr., Master Ourrev, J
W. Oreeil C. Hedemnnii, Mrs, j. I.
Ilonge, Miss A. M Hoogo, .Alls, Arnse.
I'er str. Mauna I.oa, for lCon.i and
Knu jiorts, August 12. A. J. Wlrtz, it.
It. Cralk, If. Ilindt. ,S. Sato, 8. ( hong
Mr. and Mrs. 1). I). Todd. A. Ross, (!.
A. .McDonald, Miss H. lticknrd, .Mrs.
II. I. Itoss, Jliss I), llarnes, Jlisn M.
llrede, MIfs K. Ilaakeo, II. A. Jaeger,
II. Itees, Mr. and Mrs. K. (I. Allen,
J. It. Costa. J. I'. Moraukn, Jliss Hwi
Hordman, .Mrs. M. 'i Scott, .Mrs. Mi
Sautes, Miss A. Hetetho, A. Hartley,
M. D. Moranhn, I. Correa, I!. I.anger,
X. Websler, Mrs. P. ('. I.nrmaii. Mis.
I). Pnnee, .Mr, and Mrs. K. Myyuio,
I'er str. Mauna Ken, for Hilo, via
way ports, August 13. ,1. I'. Cooke, T.
M. Church, J. V. Caldwell. V. U.
C. ,T. McCarthy, .Mrs. J. h.
Simpson, Mis,s C J. Simpson. It. It.
Park. (1, II. Oitc, Mrs. A. It. Clumpy,
Miss W. Miss 0. Wilson, .Mrs.
toliert Hair, Miss V.. llabighorst. .Mihs
l .Shinn, A. Mnttoon, 11. ,. Chun",
Miss I V. liailcy, Mrs. H. ir. Iinllcy,
A. J. Wlrtz, Miss Peggy Wilder, Miss
llaaheoj W. Hnl,orton, Itov. It. Zur
lueheii, Mrs. W. Itobertson', .Miss H.
Itobertson Mrs. I,. Kehalcn, It. llynne,
D. P. Hnleli, Kdniii runner, Chas. W.
Durkee. Jr.. Miss Al'cc Wimg, Paut llnr
Jels, Mr. nnd Sirs Chns. (lay, Win. Wl.
Ilninsoii. A. P. Taylor. It. C. Walker,
II. . Camp. .Mrs j, r. Cameron, Mis
It. Hell, Miss V. Madden, Mrs I.'. Mnd
ilen. A. Hartley. Masters Hartley (2).
Neal Welstcr. Mrs. 1!. Henjamfn, Paul
K. Tnlletto, Miss S. Chnninaun, Miss
II. Mrs. J. J. Prick, Mrs.
1 red W. W.iod, Lieutenant Snow. if. 8.
A., ami inn mm, Ii r',...... -n:... vt
S. In fn n trv.
PerM. N. S. S. WUhelminn. for Sair
...u, jtugu'i i.i. .mis I'auli An
deron. Chas Ackcrrtrfn, S. H A'ldrich
Mis Ida 'Ahlgreu, V. ( Atherton, Mrs'.
- v.,,,,,, tuna .,i, mn
erton, Master J. II.
,., , . .. ,
..,.. A D.ll tr it t,
u. ii. iiryant. .Miss Jl,
Rateman, C, ,T. Ilurnliam, K. W
Mrs. E. W. Unrnard, B. 'S.
Jnrd Haldwin, K. Puxon Hishop,
Jlisliop. iliss M. O.
... ' I" nttinfy Chase, Mrsi
.-, vuuiui.i, .wra, ynester. .lini
Hodson, Iv. Pustort. I)r.,l S. Dining.
,'?.'"' rZ V- s' D'lliiighnm mid son.
.Misq V. Enlpr. Mr. T I'M.l. t. n.
Soilen. II. I'rankel, .Lieut. S. II. Foster.
Vr I ' v. iu unort er,
HolclBwofth, T. jT. Ilroncy, Mrs. T. J.
'Teener and twn pliihirAn it v tt...i.
...... ,T ......... U , ITv',t' JK,,, ' ttl' ' Hyde;
.,irr IIV.U. K. JJ, irwin,
48 J'?" Fealafua It. O. Logan
Miss Kcho L. Lo.ler. A. V. Lerch, .Miss
"v.... ... n. .Mrs. .1. R.
Mvo'h J W. McDonald. Jolm Madden,
Mrs. O. A Mornn, K. Masuda. Heo. W.
;V,00,,,, ,rMrs' Oeo- AV Moore. Miss
dos. .ovitsky, II. 'u Nicbol, Mrs . K.
I lffi ,,. II n..in... r. -
w.m, uuum, .urs. ii. uutsen, Jlrs.
Oeo. l'nston and child, Miss I, K.
I erkins. Mrs. M. P. Prosper, 0 Pod-more,
Miss B. T. Ryan, AV, K. Itountrce,
.!,-. ,' Rudisch
Mrs Phuiip nice, Mrs. Vm. Hyde Rico
C. 1., Starrutt, Miss Kate Schaefer, A.
tclimidt, Mrs. A. Schmidt, Mis, 1,.
htoner, Miss U. StelTens, Airs. K (1
Snrlnks Mim Helen K. Sprinks, Mrs.
" '' Simpson, Mrs. John Scott,
Mrs. C . Saners. Chas. Saueis, Harry
Hauers. Mix. si,r i. T.
Smith Airs. P. K Smith, H. D. Ten ney!
al'lrpn, Reivers Wnldron,
Jnliii Watt, Mrs.' 1'ranccs II. Warner,
Mies Iluremo Warner. Miss Irene
Weielinum, AIiss A. Ziegler
Per str. W. fl. Hall, for Kauai ports.
August U. Miss M. Jensen, Miss IJ.
Markham, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Steimau,
Lieut. Cainpanole, F. Do Franc
1 red Wikauder, manager of II.
,t Company's Hllo lumber yard, is
a visitor in Honolulu. .
D. Will Douthitt left yesterday by
the; steAiiie.r lluitohiliin Knliiilvi.
Maul, .an (he represoutnth'e of the
Knickerbocker Watch Company, and
"ill spend at least n-week on the A'al
Clerk M. T. Slmnnton hns written t
. M. Harrison of Judge ltobinsoii
circuit court thnt ho will arrive by th.)
Lurliue due in Honolulu August 2d. Ho
was exnertod to arrive by the
Honolulnn Inst Tuesday.
George llustar.f, of May i- Company,
who is having an e,temled vacation
trip, sailed frouij Montreal for Lier-pool
on July 27.,, In a letter to Tho
AihertUer. Mr. Hustard that lm
has eiijoved his trip acrots Canada,
the scenery of tbo Canadian Rockies
enual to the grandest of Switzerland.
He found Hasten! Canada considerably
warmer than Honolulu, however.
A retfulnr lllniillmr ..... .... nf ... IIia ..... ., ui, ...,ntt.... 1,111111
committee will bo held nt the rooms nf
inn committee, Young Hotel building,
this afternoon, at three-thirty o'clock.
Tnd acted upon.
CURED OF ITCH
Showed No Marks but Wliolo Body
Itched Like a Million Mosquito-Bites
Sleep Out cf tbo (Juration
and Life Became an Inferno,
DOCTORS AND DRUGGIST
TREATED THEM IN VAIN
"Tho Cutlcurn Ttomedlej aro the. l-est
In the world, as I know from exjjrienco.
In Donlais, South Wal.m. about IUten
years ago, families were stricken
by a diccaso known as tho Itch.
Bellovo mo, It is tho most terrible
cf its ,knit that l know of, ns.it
Itches all through your body aiid.makej
your llfo an Inlerno. Bleep Is out cf th
question and you ford cs if a million
mosqultos wero attacking you at the
samu tlmo. Yrt ycu ciiiiltl seo nothing
on tho skin. Hut tbo Itch waj tiiera all
riht and I trust that I shall
never get it. I knew a d.zen famlllc
that wero eo affected. Tho mnlo members
nnd myself bclcnrjcd td tho soma
society and, as stoward, It was my duty
to visit tho sick members tnco a. week
for sick bcnelit until they wero declared
off. That is how I bctamu bo fomUlor
with the Itch.
"Tho doctors d d their best but their
remedies wero cf no avail whatever.
Then tho familks tried n druggist who
was noted tar and wido fcr ids remarkable
I'eoplo 'camo to him from
all partn cf tho country for treatmont
but his mcilieino mado matters still
worse, as a last resort they wero advised
by a frien'd to um the Cuticura Uemedios.
I am glad to tell you that after a few
days' treatment with Cuticura Soap,
Ointment and HesUvent, tho cttcct was
wonderful und the result was a perfect
euro In all cases.
"1 may add thnt my tlirco' brothers,
threo sinters, mystlf end nil cur families
havo been users cf tho Cuticura
for fifteen cr twenty years. Thomas
Hugh, 1GC0 West Hurcu Kt., Chicago,
Ill.,'Juno 28, 1C03." , , .',
Cortplple rilrmnl nnd Internal .Tr&tmtnt for
Evrry llumur il Infant. ChllilrVirmoiJ Aduiu
rohsbu ol Culkiira Halt u'jc ) tg Clana the Silo,
Culkwra Iu Ural the Itkln, and
Cuticura luwthint ftoc.l (or In tlie form ol Chocolate
looted I'lIU 25c. 'fr Mai c,r tfl lo Furlly tbt
lllood. bold throiifliout llio world. Ilenou: London.
27. Ch&rlerliutiw tiq ; l'arla. 10. Hue de ll
(lnuwce d'Antlr.: U. 8. A Unix A Cliem.
Onrr. . Bole Pnn. .115 ATew Iioeton.MtM.'
Ire. Cuticura Hook, an
Uie Care ti4 ealrueDl ol Ukjn and Uatf.
rt . U.t lid I!
"" ' I
KamlandorcProferrcd to' Ono from'
Hilippine Islands for Governor'
i'of Ha,iyaii,.Says E, M. .Watson,
. Wlio Reiterates His Loyalty to
'Principal-Industry of Territory.
' i '. i .( n . . .
IC tl! , ,
.'M livgijl'lWthbr have n inaYiilauderJ
OotfrAofif r'lij.waji)ltinii a. jiiau" from
tho J'liliiiiliiit,itluiids," paid. !:. ii,
Watson rcfeyAnjjjtan inturr;
view iMth 1'Sctnn Jron.Ju.jHfpwii in,,
tatno eiti2en asserts thiitithiiru is
of the Oruauie Act being repealed
or amended und ll iiiainlaiider iiamod,
il the ojijioiitlun to I'inkhaiii eoiitiuuci.
" I beiieo that a inau from tho jiiuin.
hind would have u better, knowledge of
American institutions," continued
"and he would come ijown with an
open mind, unprejudiced against, either
conditions or classes.
GalbraUh a Fine Man..
"Tho intiuiatioii in tho local Kent.
I'inkhaiii organ, that Jmlgo tlalhruitli
might be tho selection if n uialiiliinder
is appointed, is no bugbeiir to me. lie
is a lino man of tho higljpstii'typo.of
citiiL'nship. As associata rjiistice gf the
Mipreme court hero, he did great woik
for the Territory, and I would support
him iu a minute.
"I notice thnt 'Scrnn Iron' Ilrown
has had confidential information from
the President that I would havo been
appointed Oovemor had not tho President
boeoino convinced that" I wus' a
lobbyist while in Washington.
While I did no work in this connection
whilo in Washington, I cannot say that
tlie title of 'sugar lobbyist' grlfivcs me
Watson Loyal to Hawaii.
"My sentiments on tb'e sugar question
have always been in accord with
those of the people ot the Hawuliau Is-lain.
I have never attempted to conceal
the fact, and 1 certainly should
not change my opinions in oriler to get
"I do not tnko much stock in (ho
reports from the. .mainland of an amend-,
inont to tho Organic Act nnd, ,the appointment
of n maiiilnnder, bepnuso I
nm of the opinion thnt they emanate
from rongressuinn Kent and friends of
Piiikhnm there and here. Hut I bcllevo
thur a Hovornor from the .lhainland
woulil be. faT lesY of hn affliction than
Hie iiiatrrrom tho Philippine Islands."
DEAD HOPPERS ON TRACK
BLOCK TRAIN IN KANSAS
nODfin CITV, Kansas, July 30, A
Itoek Islnnd passenger train was blocked
here yesterday by dead grasshoppers.
They had blown on the track In
the just out of Ford nnd covered
the rails. When the wheels of tho
train struck the bodies nnd erimhed
them the rails became so slippery 'the
wieeis4isuirjiel intwti tlie train was
Ftonped..iKoiir attempts' wero made to
hack up-and rush oor tho blockade.
Hut the train eould not proceed until
tl. firemen had shoveled. the hoppers
oil the track mid sanded the mils. It
caused n delay of forty minutes,
The annual meeting of the Honolulu
Chnml cr nf Commerce will be .held
Wediiesdnv, Aupust 20, beglmiln? at
two o'clock in tho afternoon A. num.
ler nf interesting reports will bo, read
Aggregate Trade Abroad Shows a
1 Big Gain in Both Imports
WASHINGTON, August 0. The detailed
figures given out today liy the
department of cotnmcrco show that tho
fiscal year ended June 30, 1013, was
the banner year in the trade of the
United States with foreign countries,
tho total trade exceeding $4,270,000,-000
and surpassing tho total trade of
tho fiscal year 1912 by over $121,000,-000.
Imports into tho United States in
the year exceeded $1,812,000,000 and ox-.
ports from this country exceeded
making a balance of trade
in our favor of over $002,900,000. Tho
imports surpassed thoso of tho fiscal
year 1912 by over $159,700,000 nnd tho
exports wero more than' $201,500,000
greater than those of last year.
Our exports of manulactured nnd
partly iiunnfactured articles in the
year 1913 exceeded $1,300,000,000
iu value and show an Increase of more
than $108,000,000 over the preceding
j cu r,
Tho aggregate trado of tho United
States with Europe iu the fiscal year
just ended was over $2,371,OO0,Ot)U, or
n(6ro tlinu one-half our total trado.
This wus divided iuio over $892,000,-000
worth of .imports and $1,479,000,-000
worth of exports, a balance of trade
iu ourt favor o moro than
The aggregate trade with tho
other countries of North America exceeded
$979,000,000, of which over
$301,900,000 wero, imports and over
were exports. Tho remainder
of our foreign trade, amounting
to about if92.'3,O0O,000, was divided
among Asia, South America, Oceania
and Africa, in tho order named, ,
The United Kingdom maintains its
posit'on as our best customer, having
purchased from us ovor $597,000,000
and sold lis ovor $295,000,000 In the
year, an aggregate trado of more than
$S92,000,000. Our second best customer
is Canada, which bought from
us over $415,000,000 and sold us over
$120,000,000, a total trado exceedinir
;$533,00(),qp0. Third comes Germany,
nnitii uuiiKiii jrom in nver
and sold i)s only a littlo less than
$189,000,000, tan aggregate teudo of
morr) than $520,000,000. Prance is
fourth with purchases from us in excess
bt .$140,000,000 and sales to us in
excess of $130,000,000, ri total trado
i From the second annual report of the
Homo Insurance Company of Hawaii.
which was organized in Honolulu on
August 10, 1911, with hieal capital entirely,
it 'is learned that the Biirplus
and reinsurance reserve of tho conn any
amounts now to $17,480.23. The com-
IianV Is ronortod ns mnklnrr pnn.lrlnr.
alio progress and is said to bo fast
crcuiiiijj a piace among otner strong
financial institutions of tho Territory.
rPlln flnnitflliil .- n ,., .... 1 . . .. . t. ..
( ..w ..uu...u, ui mo
Insurance Comuanv nf Hnwnii m .inlv
3 last, shows:
Assets Cash on hand and in banks,
$8110.01; mortgago loans, $21,945.00)
collateral , loans, $22,334.58; stock In
other companies, $1000; bouds iu other
companies, fju,nuu; lurulturc antl fixtures,
...... . account, .....
.100.70. 1 !... o '
agents' accounts, $1522.21; uncollected
r.b....u,a, nwif, 1UIUI9, ITUiTvU..W .
Inabilities Capital, paid in fifty per
Cent. $50,000; surillns. nrnflt nml Ima
aCCOIIUtS.. $7008.24- rnsorvp
$9811.99; agency accounts, $1550.01.
CABLED SUGAR QUOTATIONS
Sugar .quotations received yesterday
bv the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso-
elation from thn California nml TTnwnll.
an Sugar defining Company are: 90
deg. test ceutrifugals 3.73e. $74.00; 88
uuaiysis ueeis, Ms
WILL LURE MOSQUITOES
TO DEATH WITH MUSIC
ATLANTIC CITV, New Jersey, July
31, Tho Atlantie.county mosquito collision,
which has been granted a
the county .board of freeholders to rid
the county pf mosquitoes, may try to
lure tho pests, to death by musical
vibrations generated by electricity,
Accordiug to Information which the
commission Iiub received, Dr. L. O.
Howard of tho federal department of
ngrlciilture has discovered that the hum
of tho mosquito, commonly attributed
to the vibration of its wings, is really
caused by air expelled during tho process
Makes a Deadly Exterminator.
Doctor Howard learned that this hum
could be imitated by electrical vibrations,
toward which mosquitoes precipitated
themselves as if druwh by u powerful
maguct. By attaching large
strips of sticky fly paper back of the
vibrating wiros ho perfected a deadly
Doctor Howard is noted in the department
of ngrlculture as nn entomologist,
nnd is tho author of several
studies of mosnulto problems. The local
commission has addressed an inquiry to
him with the idea of ndoptlng bis plau
ir it proves practical.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, Thursday. u?u.t 14, 11)1.1
NAME Or STOCK carnal ram vr Vai m A" .
C Uicwtid Co. I 30OUU I IV, Hi
Rws 1.000.0X1 l H4 IBS
iliiku ... ., I tUO.UUi I"1 IUU
Haw, Aaticuituril .... ILWOU) IWllUU. ...
I jaw. Com. it Sue. Co. IU lW (III .0 .lr. 71ii
Ijaw, Sue. Co lujo.uiu; :ov
Honoaia , AUUU.IM 2u 3
tUnomu , ... no.uxi iu. 7i
Co, z.so3,(a Sii
Kihuku , ., 1 0Q0.0X 21
ltVlti Sueu Co i,sai.tn, itxri es tea
Koloa 7SU.0OT 100 I
McUrydc Sui. Co. Ltd. 3.900,001 a1 2 ...
8ahuSuiarCo 5.tKM,UX a I 13V. 13i
lia Sugar Co. Ltd... S.000.0K 20 lt li
Onomca t.jx.oa a. Jth 22
Piauha" Sug. Plia Co 2.000.001 20 I2h
Pacilic 750.OX IU . ' ,
Pila laoa id. ica I ....
Pcptekco 7Aoa tot, .
Pioneer Mill Co 4,000.001 Z. 19 19V
Waialua Akt. Co 4,900.001 IK 7IH 13
Wailuku Sugar Co.... 3,ooo.ca ia .... ...
Wtlminalo ....,, 252.0O IX ........
Waimca Sugar Mill... i&ooo ix
Haiku F4P Co. Ltd... 2W.0UI 20-- ... 40
Haw. Electric Co rju.' ix ..... i. .4.
Haw. jrr. Co. Ltd t.250.001 It ..
Haw. Pineapple Co ... 7m on 32 ni
HiloR. ItCo. Pld.... 104,840 2U ...
Hilo K. K. Co. Com... 2,900,000 ai 31, 4
Honolulu Brewing S
.. MaltingCo Ltd.... 500.00 3. 20 21
Hon. Oas C). Pld .. i'0,ooi a us
Hon. Gas Co. Com."' 2J.OX IX H5 ,. ..
II R.T.SL.CO. Pld.
i i2U7.3x "ix ;;; " ;;;
Inter-Island S.N. Co.. "i'sVyiV. too.;;;. "';
MutualTeLCo 386,000 0 191, X)
O. R.tf LCo 5.0IIO.OOO 10 ai I27W
PahangRub Co 300.000 I in ...
Tanjong Olok Rub Co 300.0U0 20
Bonds mt Out
Hamakua Ditch Co Cs.. 200,000 .... , ,.
Haw. Corn. & Sugar Co
5pc 998,000 ....
Hawaiian IrrCo Cs... eou.uu ., 9
Haw. Ter. 4 o c (Re
..lunding 1905) ,. 800,000 ....
Haw. Tcr. 4 p c Pub lm I.OOHOU ....
Haw.Ter. 4 p c Pub lm
Haw. Ter. 4!p c 1.000.00. ;
Haw. Ter. 4 p c i. mo in
3.500.000 7DS 81
2.500.000 .... 62 ..
400 0 0 ..... . ..
Hilo R. R. Co. Ref. t
Extn. Con. 6s
HonokaaSug Co. 6 pi
Hon. Qas Co., Ltd 5s.
Hon. R.T. iLCo. bpi
Kauai Rr Co. 6s
McUnde Sugar 'Co.'.'j'
mutual lei. M
Natomai Con, Es
O. R. & L. Co. 5 n c...
Hah, n, Kh
nunc sugar Mill Co
PinnMr Mill Cn a...
San Carlos AtillCo p.'c
waiaiua Agr, Co. 3 pc.
2.1 Onomca, 21.75; 5 Hon. U. & M.
88 ileg. Analysis Tieets, 9s 3V4il; parity,
3.9.1; HO deg. Centrifugals, 3.73.
Witnesses Summoned to Describe
Drunken Orgy Ending in
Death at Madame 'Puahi's.
Witnesses to he alleged murder of
C, It. Quertler and others, now said to
he coiiuectcd with tho case, wero he-fore
the territorial grand jury nil day
yesterday. Among those suhpoonaed
wero Madamo Puahl, Officer Tuahi,
Sergeant Kamaliu, W. R. Dick, Ed Miller,
Prank Baker 'and, C. F. Drew.
NNTiile it was statod, with positive
nssuranco, that the grand jury would
tnko up tho Chalmers matter, no witnesses
in tho caso wero examined
although theso may be called
today, several having been summoned.
Tho grand jury is oxpected to report
to Judge Koliinsoti some timo tomorrow
morning. rr t
Six Months for Colon.
Fidel Colon was sentenced to not less
than six months in Oahu jail. His former
plea of not guilty was changed
yesterday to opo of guilty. He was
charged with assault and battery with
n deadly weapon.
Dionisio Mutuk received not less
than six months in tho Honolulu jail,
his chargo being changed from one of
assault and battery with a deadly
weapon to ono simply of assault and
Host of the morning in Judge Rob.
Itisou 's circuit court yesterday was taken
up with argument on tho motion to
dissolve tho restraining order in tho
case of Scott, et nl. vs. Pilipo, et at.,
a Koua, Hawaii, equity suit which is
now hoary, with age. At twenty minutes
past tho noon hour Judge
denied the motion to dissolve the
Demurrer to Be Heard,
Tho next step iu the long-drawn legal
battlo will bo the hearing of defendant's
demurrer to certain alleged insufficiencies
in the bill (n. "equity. Tlifc'
demurrer will be heard bus" August 22,
after which the case, instituted many
years ago, may possible be heard on its
merits, after all, provided the demurrer
is not sustained.
At today's session of tho circuit
court the petition for letters of administration
of tho estate of George II.
Paris will be heard, as well as the
ejectment suit of Kaleiku vs.
Judgment was finally entered yesterday
for $170, principal, seven dollars
ami fifty cents interest and forty-four
dollars and sixty-four cents court costs,
In favor of Edward Townsend and
against Shlnkichiro Kava. defendant.
aud T. Kaya, garnishee.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholem ami
Diarrhoea Keiredy is master over cramp
colic, dysentery, and all lnteatlnnl
One dose relieves, a second dose is rare
ly necessary to efrect a cure. For Bale
by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents
i , wv A j&U i u mjjv h ft