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VOL. XI. NO. 4330.
ARRAY OF CABLES
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WIS WED IN
Federal Judgeship Now
WHAT BAR ASSOClAT.ON
KiSI'UMlS IU M. RA1II
If legate Kuhio to McClellan and
His Replies Think Woodruff
Was Out Then In
Tlir hlno i)f the candidacy if A.
G. SI. Itnbcilsun fur tho federal
Judgslilp l liest ti)ld 111 tio mlilo
Rruins thai haVo passed between
Honolulu ami WnshlnRton in ro tho
appointment, for which nobertson
whs not tirped until It was stated
from Washington that Woodntrf was
out of It. Thcso cables follow In tho
order of their sondlnR and receipt:
McClellan to Kuhlo: May 21.
Woodruff uiiconflrnicil: think It
possible Honolulu appointee Tedcral
JiiiIro can secure )ot If an effort
should bo made.
Kuhlo to McClellan: Mny 21.
Insist upon my right nomination;
l.eep mo well advised of progress.
MiClrllun lo Kuhlo: May 25.
Nomination Woodruff will bo
tvlthiliuwn; ran piobably obtain ap
I ointment Clias. Clcnicons In caso
)ou ran secure endorsement liar As
sociation. TcleRraph full Instruc
tions. Kuhlo to McClellan: Mny 2!"..
I suggest A. 0, M. Holierlson. ll.ir
Association will siiipoit utiniilmniih
I) In- favor my candidate. Keep mo
well advised of proRress.
Klnnay to McClellan, May 2d.
In view wlthwrnwal Woodruff
rederal JudRe. liar Association
iiuanlmoiihly cndoisu Alexander (!.
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A. Q. M. ROBERTSON.
McClcIInu to Kulilo, May 20.
livery effort will ho made to land
Hobcitsoii. Send full specification
of IcRnl tr.iluliiR.
Kuhlo to McClellan.
Oiaduato Yalo law scnool class
'93; IcndliiR practitioner; iiuallflca
tions beoud question.
I'icsldctit liar Association.
Kuhlo to McClellan, Juno 2.
Have had private Infoiniutloti
that a pintrst was entered iiriiIiisI
Itobcrtsoii. Opposition came from
Itcv. It.it It. Answer Immediately.
McCloIlan to Kuhlo. Juno 3.
Vmir lufoi m.itlon Is cm reel Until
action has been defcried. l'icslilent
(Continued on Pace 4)
'T H K shortest
- road to the
tion in a Man's
Summer Suit leails
"Concct Clothes for Men."
We are ready with
the latest styles and
The Kash Co.,
, Cor. Tort and Hotel.
11 PAQES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY,
Tlio first payment lo Hie stock
holders of the Ooknla 8ugjir I'lantn
Hon Company was miide this fore
noon It amounts lo t' a share, or
a total of "(), mm.
This Is the first pnjuicnt on ac
count of tho capital stock of tlm
plantation company that ts In pro
cess of dissolution. It Is not a divi
dend, hs has been curienlly report
ed The stockholders aro merely
hcltltiR bark tho capital paid In. It
Is believed that the returns, when
nil In, will Rive tho stockholders
hotter than par value.
James Itnth, In tho belief of many
of thu attorneys of tho city, is sin
cere, but nilsRtilded In tho iharRcs
ho hns mndo against A. G. M. Hob
oi (son, and Ills opposition to the ap
pointment of tho latter to tho sec
ond Federal JudRshlp of this dis
trict. Mr. Itath, said nno prominent
attorney this nioriiliiR, evidently bc
llcxcs that ho Is acting on his own
Initiative, whereas, as a matter of
fact, ho is unconsciously carrying
nut tho suRRC8tlons of sonic of Mr.
Mr, Until held a lonR conference
this morniiiR with ono of tho attor
neys who Is most vigorously sup
poitliiR the candidacy of A. O. M.
Itobcrthon, and dismayed tho matter
at length. Ho contended that he
was acting according to his own be
liefs nnd tho dictates of his con
science, and on his own account, not
as representliiR any party, creed or
At the end of tho conference Mr.
Hath stated that in Justice to Mr.
Robertson ho would write to tho
Senator to whom ho sent tho cable
of protest, telling at length what
took place at tho meeting of tho liar
Association yesterday and what at
titude in tho matter is taken by tho
attorneys of Honolulu.
Tho attorney to whom Mr. Hath
talked stilted that In his belief tho
I'alama man would In time como to
seo tho error of his ways and ho
sorry for tho harm ho has clone Mr.
HnherUon by tho charges made
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LLOYD CASE TAKES
ON NEW ASPECT
Demurrer Is FiN In
; Suit Against
A dtniiitrcr to the complaint In tho
Mill of .lames W. I.lojil hkhIukI tho
Territory for additional pay for his
services ju slcnoRiahcr of the House
of ltcprcHiitntlvcs durliiK a part of
the rucen; session was filed this morn
Iiir by K. W. Sulloii ol thu Attomey
The dcniuircr Is based on to
Ri"ounds, die that tho Supiemo Court
has no Jurisdiction In tho mailer, and
the other than tho i-oinphitnl does not
'hIIcro sufficient reasons to constitute
a Rrriiiid lor action
I l.lojd Is sulnR for J279. hlcli he
rlaims Is duo him for traiiserlbl'iR his
notes while ho ns stenoRrapher foi
th" lloiiso. Tho bill was refiu.el l
thu Chairman of tho Accounts Com
mlttcc. In violation l.lo)d claims. (
the nRreoment nude with him by the
committee and tho Speaker
CROSS DRAIN PIPE
Trip From Kaneohe To
Mayor Kern Is In receipt of a
lengthy report, detailing all of tho
damage which the couuti's steam
roller did In traveling from Knnaoho
to Kahana. Tho report comes from
J. It. P.icko, toad supervisor for tho
The roller was loaned by the
county to tho Union Feed Company,
for use In transporting a big ten-ton
toiler, destined for tho new plne
npplo cnimory, from Kahana to Ka
neohe. In granting tho request for
tho uso of tho roller, a proviso was
made that all bridges must bo
strengthened, hut cross drains wem
According lo Pnelo'B report, the
toller smashed thlrty-fho pieces of
cross drain In making. tho run from
Knneoho to Kahana. Fourteen of
the drains were of twenty-two Inch
pipe, and twenty-ono of them of
If the roller nlono smashed all of
that pipe, tho Major Is wondering
what will happen when tho big ma
chine returns over tho samo road,
drawing a ten-ton holler.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 5. Sugar
Beets, 88 analysis, 10s G3-4d.
Parity, 4.22 cents. Previous quo
tation, 10s 7 l-2d.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 4. Su
gar 90 degree centrifugals, 3.92
cents, or $78.40 per ton. Previous
quotation, 0,89 cents.
Beets 88 analysis, 10s 7 l-2d.
Parity, 4.25 cents. Previous quo
tation, 10s 63-4d.
CZAR UNVEILED IT.
ST. I'KrilltHIIUIlCJ. Juno C Tho
Czar today unveiled a monument
erected to tiio uiviuor) or Alexander
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't tho
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 13.
STRIKE WHILE THE
IRON IS HOT
And send your business of deliver
ing messages and parcels to us. We
guarantee satisfaction in all cases,
JUNE 5 1009. 11 PAOES.
WASHINGTON, June 5. Presi
dent Taft has postponed the western
trip he had planned for the late
summer months. Mrs. Taft is in
feeble health, making the proposed
SAN FRANCISCO, June 5. Am
bassador Jusserand of France todav
formally presented to the city of
San Francisco the medal struck by
the French Government to commem
orate the wonderful rise of this city
from the ruins of its great earth
quake and fire.
The ceremony of the presentation
was held in the Orpheum theater,
which was filled to overflowing.
Mayor Taylor received the medal for
the city and made a fitting response.
A banquet will be held this evening
at which the leading citizens and of
ficials of .the city will further ap
plaud the grandeur of San Francisco
and the kindly spirit of the French
THE HAGUE, June 5. The 'cere
mony of the christening of the new
born princess took place today. It
was an elaborate function, accom
panied by the wildest enthusiasm on
the part of the people. The mem
bers of the Royal family had a nar
row escape from a serious carriage
accident while on the way to the
LOGAN WITH TWENTIETH.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 5. The
transport Logan sailed today for
Manila via Honolulu. The Locan
carries the Twentieth Infantry and
two companies or engineers.
CAPT. NELSON DEAD.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 5. Cap
tain Charles Nelson, head of one of
the largest shippinc firms of the city.
THE PALM CAFE
Urge Laborers To Re. urr
To Their Work On
MELTING CALLED TODAY
rOSIPlMD (ILL NIQItl
Japanese at Kahuku, Waialua and
Ewa Holding Meetings Day
and Night Results
The sisitloii of tho stllke Ri .'
is hemming mora unplc.iHim u.u
Along wlib other signs of the con
tinned lire ikIur away from thu ngiUit
lug outfit, thero comes today thu resci
lutlon of tho Jupan.cs.- Itetall Mcr
chants' Ausoclntlon nihlslllR thu labor
ers lo return to work.
Thu wholesulo merchants' nssoclnlloi
descried tho Agitators some dus ago
but the retailers ero Inclined to wait
Una nlglit tbo Itclsll Merchants' Assu
elation held u meeting nt which a res
oliitlun was passed advising thu labor
ers lo return to their work. Tho res
itiitloti refers to tho proclamation 01
ho J'lpaiicso Consul (ieneral and sai
that It will be best for tho JnpaneM
i-ri cut In Hun all to work for the
eneial welfare of thoso hero. It Is
i ear from this that tho retailers nr
becoming tired of thu situation that I
all outgo and no Income.
Tho caro with which tho Japanese o
thu outside islands aro lighting sh ol
any connection with thu Agitator-Thug
crowd of Honolulu Is shown by an In
tcnluw- with a Japanese published by
thu Hilo Tribune, In which thu man
sus: "It must bo understood that
the Hawaii High Wages Union Is an
Independent organization, which hus
nothing whntovor lo do with tho High
Wages Aruoclatlon or with Maklno or
tho other Honolulu ngltatois, Thu
principle of thu two bodies Is thu same,
but the organization Is different."
On tho various plantations tho sit
uation Is reported to bo nulto un
changed Tho Japanese aro holding
meutlngs light and day at Kwa, Wal
Hlua and Kahuku. It Is understood
that the Kahuku Japanese, will dcclilu
today whether they will leae tho
plantation on Tuesday, which In tho
time limit placed on their occupancy
of tho plantation hoiihcs unless they
go to woik, Thoru aro Indlcatluiis all
along thu lino that thcie will bu a rcii
Travel in "Crossctts
feX' -n n
IT is always worth the while of
every careful Honolulu house
keeper to read the Bulletin
Want Ads daily. That Is where the
things you want hunt you up.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
al ni'iU'iiirlit lo return to work on
mid o mornitv' lt the plantation
Interests aie lakltiR nothing for grant
i ii s I'lthcr work or get out. and
.ilk lw not the sPghtesl liiniliirf from
ill pO Itll'll
A Mor t mill's from W.ilp-ihu,
o'liilu'il for Ii) one of the reliable,
nen of a p.ut of twinl) or nioro Will
I'lliu strlki -s wlm ui nt to Maklno and
dd him that the) had not hail money
nongh foi a liilh or shave for a week
r nunc They deuiaiidi d money, at
east tweulv live lints i"ic!i Maklno
hi not mint in give it tlirm and Ihern
as a vei llvcl) Hp.it Ix'twien thu
irlkers und their leadir Dually It
ot so niirm that MiiHnn g-ivi in and
.Isgorgi'd live dollars,
trlkers V ailing.
The slilki-s Mated that a meeting
as to be I, "Id this morning at Aala
,.ane on the, restaurant grounds, but '
t did mil materialize. Thu leaders,
Iso olllcers of tho high-wage associa
i iieeoiilltn to a iiuinbi r of tho
ll.trs. weiu scheduled to speak to
lie Japanese strikers who ate In llo
lolulii but owing to Mime mlsiiiider- I
landing the meeting was called utT, 1
ml Is to b held lonlcht iuitend.
Theatrical people for Strikers.
Tho Jnpiiiew theatrical jivople arcii
Vir thu strikers. Although ttliey have'
not and illsriissed mattors nb'Jiit thu
trtke. no rifolullou has been present
'd and jrissed at their meelliisi Thu
ictors, iiiiiwiMrr. express themselves
n finor of the Japanese laborers.
Agitators 'on Maul.
(Kpccfal to the II ill I ell III
Walliiku. Maul June I Tho "btriku"
situation on Maul Is hue!) worth no
'Icing of a write-up, because no ono
wnnls lo stilke The laboring Japan
ese shows a wonderful lack of Interest.
Ho does not want to go on a strike nt
ho order of thu "walking ileleRlcs"
from th" High Wngo Assoc iitli i of
which Maklno Is boss.
I'iuiii the beginning of Um it I' i on
rnhu nnd during tho whole of last
month, stllke ngltalors luir been bus
ily at woik trliiR to Indiico thu Maul
plantation Japanese to o cm n strike,
and the lesiillH of thu work of tho
agitators may bo slimmed up In "ie
disgusted statement made by a fish '
(Continued on Page 4)
ORDER OF KAMEHMHA
Tho order of Kamehanielu will hold
a special service tomorrow nun i. lug
at Kuwolaliao church nt II n. m It
will takn the form of the 1111111111 me
morial ser lie and nil Hi" members
will appear for thu first tluio lu lull
There will lie special inutile, nnd tho
Ilev. Stephen I,. Dcsliii, th.i finious
silver-tongued orator from Illlo, will
preach All members of tno order aro
requested to meet at tho Odd Follows
Hall nt 111 u m and fmn thero to
march to thu church.
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