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VOL. XI. NO. 4352.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1809. 10 PAGES.
PRICE S CENTS.
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CORPORATION INCOME TAX THRU SENATE
INDIAN ASSASSIN STIRS ALL ENGLAND
PUT ON STAND
Considerable Utile was i unsullied In
the ilul (rl.il UiIh morning by thu In
(induction of a map anil churl Hindu by
William A. Wall, showing Hid situ
(it thu Walpuhu Mill Company, lliu
lil.uilalloii gitiuiiils, nihil lliu buildings
ami Hindu Unit figured In the duiion
illation insult- bj the cinv.il, Mr. Wall
marked the ilMcim! buildings In Ink,
which tl'HlllllOII) WIIS loiilliniod by
Sic in Ilk'.
Olllrvr Wills, who li.nl chnigc of lliu
M'cclal pollm on tin' iiliiutallon, wits
(hi! tliliil witness In tuko tlio stand
hkmIii. Ik' tolil or tlm attack, the riot
that followed mill thu an cut or Jolato
.Mlkla'va. tlio leader.
I.lghtroot: "How iii.iny attempts
dlil ou iniike to leave tin' building?"
Wills. "I tohl jo" JfHli'nliiy twice."
"Tin: ciowd iliil not lay hands on
"Whin rue or llii'iu lushed up to nm
anil iihKcmI mi) nli.il I niicslcil lliu mail
for, lio Hiihl 'What for jou nriuut mull,
j on let in. in pi ) mi go."
"Who was thu flint while mail wlm
nimu up to thu building?"
"Dlil unyonu ciinie In at tlio sumo
KIM MOON SUNG
IN JAIL AGAIN
Young Korean Imperson
ates Federal Officer
And Loses Out
Kim Moon Sum; Im iiguln In tioulile
Willi tin. IVdeiul iiiilhuiltleH Not m
IkIiiiI with hen Ink a )eai In J.ill On
Inil'i iiiin.illiii; a government olll-lal.
he Ik iliameil with I opiei outing lillll-ii-T
i'H a deiml) ciupIood In Hie nllli"
or Uulleil Stalls Miiuli.il ll"luli) on
the strength ut which he Ik said to
lime lion owed mono from IiIk biolli
cr In law .mil nlherit about town,
Kim was iiiulKiivil befoiu United
liti'lei ('oiiimlKKloiier Davis thin iiioni
Ins mid Allot iii) lln'cknui iippeni'd
on behalf of the government Mm.
TeioM Minx and liel liniibiiiil W'eiu thu
piliicli.il witnesses, mi I tcHlllcd that
Hung honnwisl moiie) fiom Ihem on
Ihe htieni'lh of showing two rlieikH
pill polled lo iiiiiu fiom M.llhll.ll Hell
ill). Clilod i, a .lapini'se Kill, li sillied
You can get
Nowadays in a icaily-to-wcar suit
of clothes made liy expert tailois
limit you ran in custom-made clothes
put together by mediocre tailors.
And you can net more satisfaction
icddy-to-wciir suit than in any
The Kash Co.,
Cir. Toit ana Hotel Sts? -
"Mr. MiU'oi;" i
"An) ono elsu?"
"I ruiilil not swear In that."
"Dlil )ou ilullvur pilsouer to the
"I Jumped In niitoiiiohllo with prls
oiici, mill wu wenl to thu olllee."
"Did .Mm mako u htaleiueiit ut thu
case at Ihi.l llnii' In the olllie?"
"No. I talked ll out wills Mr.
"At another llnio?"
"I.:mt tttek I don't Juki remt'inber."
"Vou never made a statement In
Mr. Kimie)'H olllcu befoiu Mr. Spill
ner?" "They asked mo to tell what I know
On ledluct I'Miinliiatlou Mr. Kinney
t.irtitid iitiiteiiienl. from Wills that
I tlio bundles beloiiRlliR to thu man ns
Hiiulteil wuu luiu to pieces b) thu
I Chillies 11. Uose, deputy nherltt und
er KIk lift Jariell, was next railed,
Ideutlfk'il Officer WIIIh as. lliu man ho
I' placed at lliu head of thu illco to
Riiaid Ihe phiiilatlou, and thu ollleer
lialiiR lliu authoilt) to dlspcrtu thu
(Continued on Pace 4)
tn lie.uliu tlio oonvcis.itlon between
tlio Koie.in mid Mih. Marx. Klin uImi
told lliein that ho wan working for (J.
S. Atlnrney llruckoim.
Thu ncciifccil luun Ih very lirlRhl, talk
I113 r"er:il lnniiiumeti lliieiilly. Tliruo
)imii iiko tin Kayo uxi client Kcrvleo iih
an Intel prclcr In aldhiK Iho Marxhal
In breaking up u kuiik or counterfeit
i in. IMdently liu him fnrRotten that
he Ih not wnrkliiK for I'nclo Sam any
moiu. nil I neer was a depiit) nil-
'plu veil by thu government Amoir; IiIh
. IfectB weic niiineroiiH iiiitoiuolillo hllla,
blank ihcik ImokH, pIctiiieH of i;lil,
'and iiettHpiip-T illpplliKH, The e.inot-
I'Mimliiatluu wiih lulef. Kim did not
lakii Ihe ct.iud.
('oiuinlhhliiiier D.uIh iiiiumeiilc I on
Siiiik'k pieUoUH iifTi'iiKU mid hentnuue.
nihil IiIh iiiiird, mid xuld that tlio
.Minim in.Hi uiih nllowed lo keep up
the pue he was soliu, lie would net
111 vei) ki'iIoiih illllleulty. lie felt that
tinolher i rlmu had been cunuultted
iiRahiKt the Kin eminent, mid fixed tliu
bond al l.'ui. KIiu'h altoriiey h.iiI
tlio bond nan en'KHle, and Mr. II -eels
HUH liKlee.l lo the f'ommlFhloiiei a m
iliiellnn to (infill Kim uiih unable to'
fin nihil lull niul went back In Jail
Oilier diaiRCH ami wiiiiiiiiIh alo pond
Im; HK.ilnhl Mill lit fieipieiill) hI ;iied
IiIh name ;m "M. H. Kliu.' Atti rney
iKpencn rcproH'iiled lliu oiiiib man
I In rum I.
Annual License Tax is
Building Well The
.Vow coineth tlio time when all
Rood cltlzciiH and true pony up tlio
plunks for the iuIvIIcro of liccoinliiR
ueiir-iulllliinnlrra In the city and
urn nly of Honolulu. Incidentally,
thu "pony" helps to pay the Htrccl
Hwecpcr and thu Janitor nl the Ctty
Yesterday mcr $0,000 was taken
In, iik money received, for licenses
Rranted to do business, but that
Isn't tho nicest part of It. Tlio nlc-
mt pari Ih that about. $70,000 nunc
Is expected. Of tills $;10,000 Ih ex
pected lo be reccUcd this, month,
nnd then a collector will bo hiihtled
out to tell peoplu nil about it and
how they oiiRlit to hurry up and pay
before thu City and County nail up
their door nnd lale down (heir i.hlii
Kle. The principal I rouble thla-year Is
tlio eliaiiRo in thu location of Ihe
pay window. I'ormerly tho llconso
was paid for tlio Territory at tlio
Capitol, hut owIiir to tho new law
by whkh tho Comity appropriates
tho money, It Is being raked In at
tho oineu of thu Tient Trust Com
pany, Treasurer Trent bolnu there
smilingly receiving It and bidding
)oii a prosperous year. In cOnso
iiucnco of tho change tho licenses
ore not being taken out as rapidly hh
it wns thought they would, nnd to
date only about 200 hnu been Is
huecl. BIG SHARK PAYS
VISIT TO HARBOR
Twelve-Foot Monster Is
Cause Of Much
A iiinnnlnr Kh.irk. tunlln feet toll
was hi.cn Hulmiiilng in front of the"
UcHlanl ilo.it House tills lorcnoo.i. It
liitido hiieh it dlHturhincu that peoplu
uloug lliu wateifront weru attructed
to lliu H-ene. Anuiiig thu Hpectators
wem Miier.il Hulled Htales Immigra
The hhark, accoiillng lo thoso who
lliu on that part of Iho waterfront w.w
thu l.irscht that ever entered the har
bor When thu shark inadu Its iippcnraneu
biiine of tho Hpiclatois rushed to
neighboring houses to get their guns.
When the) arrived with their weapons,
Including i pears ami chilis, lliu shark,
who mhlcutly knew what was coming
lo him, illHiippeaied.
nfT"''nr SaU" cirdi it Bulletin.
We have some very attract-
I ivc sites on our "For Sale"
lists which are worth your
time and attention to inves-
1 Are you looking- for a con-
venient office t There are no
better office buildings than
the Boston and the Judd.
t jlawaiinn Trust Company,
A liutuorous paragraph was Inter
polated Into thu riot Dial this
ufternoon. William Woods, thu Jailor,
was sworn and proceeded to glvu tes
timony under thu cross-examination of
l.lghttoot. Mr. Woods hulls fiom some
of tho suburbs of Dublin ami his des
cription of tho riot was t)plcal.
I.lghtfoot attempted to get a state
ment from him regarding tho number
of .lapaneso that carried sticks,
"How many cmrled sticks?" asked
"Huh?" nald Woods.
"How many carried sticks fence
rails posts, then?"
Woods smiled all mcr his face. "Oh,
I don't Know, 1 didn't count them,"
It eventually was dl'coiured that ho
thought about iirty weiu armed with
"Is It nol a filet that tfiey wero
brandishing theso around their heads?"
usked Llghtfoot, ghlng practical exhi
bitions and endangering tho anatomy
of Attorney Kinney.
"Huh?" asked Woods.
I.lghtfoot wiped tho sweat off IiIh
brow. "Was it like n Donnybrook fair
then?" he nr.src-l In deipHlr.
"Oil, It wasn't n circumstance to u
IJiiini) tnonk Kali," snlil Woods, seeing
light at once.
I.lghtfoot and tho witness had an ar
gument later us to whether Ihe auto
mobile in which Woods was seated
went In tho hoiicu. Thuy finally decid
ed It didn't. No testimony of import
mice cume out in this afternoon cross,
examination of Wood,
MISS DE LA NUX
HAD PLEASANT TRIF
tt Han Francisco Cal Juno 25. tt
tt Tho llulletln I'ubllsliliig Co., Ho- tt
it nolulu, T II. tt
tt Dear Klrs: Wo arrived hero on tt
tt ThuiHih'y, June 2tlh ut 9 o'clock tt
tt In thu morning. In spite of thu tt
tt suvur.il mishaps wo had a very tt
tt delightful ttlp. Thu weather was tt
tt II He until Monday evening, when tt
tt a strong wind came up and wo tt
tt had veiy henvy sua. tt
tt Thu hlilp's oincers could not tt
tt havu trend it us any better than tt
tt they did Wu were just like onu tt
tt big tnmlly. tt
tt Wu Iiomj that tho rest of our tt
tt trip will he as pleasant as our tt
tt trip on the llllonlun.
tt With best regards, I remain
KOI'llli; I)K LA NUX.
tt Mlbs Do la Mux Ih tho first of tt
tt thu Hulli tin Al.iska-Yukon-1'aeinc
tt CxiHisltkiu party to urrivo In S.m tt
tt I'fuuclscn and by this time she tt
tt has probabl) reached Seattle tt
tt Others of thu party. Miss Vie- tt
tt.tor of Hawaii, Miss Ho of Maul tt
tt and Miss Deverlll leavu this after- tt
ttlfloo i the Lurllnu. Ihu Mat- 8
tt huh hleiuuei Is brim full of Ho- tt
tt nojulii people and I hero are few tt
tt wlm can in uke his passengers feet tt
tt mi complete!) at homo as Captuln tt
tt Weedcn anil his ofllcers. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt t: :: :t t: tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
jy"r-or Rem" cards on salt al
'tin Bullnlln nfflr
LETTER AND PARCEL DELIVERY
TLEFHONE 301. ,
OAHU STILL IS
General Tone Of Stock
Tho upward march in Oahu, which
began Just as soon as tho directors
sent forth their dictum that there
would ho no cut In dividends, con-
Unties steadily, and tho end Is not
In sight. The stock is now listed
nt 30 1-1 hid. 30 1-2 asked, nnd
there Ih little in sight nt that price.
llctwecn hoards yesterday,
shares changed hands nt 30, tho
highest price reached slnco the
slump. On tho 'change '.his morn-.to
lug, 180 shares weru sold at 30 1-4. Labor.
It Is freely prophected that, within Later nn tho same day Mr. Camp
the next few days, the stock will go bell called on Secretary Nagel and
higher than It stood before the. met tho assistant secretary having
slump. I this mutter particularly In charge.
A vague rumor, drifting nhout tlio The conversation brought nut thu
street, to the effect that the directors fact that tho Commerce nnd Labor
would cut the Oahu dividend, was olllcluls will raise a question of the
responsible for the drop In the price right of the Territory to assist Im
of tho cccurlties, tho small holders i migration under tho federal law.
becoming panicky nnd letting go. land as they go to the bottom of It j
The general market today shows everything will bo cleared up Mr. i LONDON. Jlllv 2 Madnr Dhin
stronger In many directions tlinii (or Campbell framed thu questions to bu j,nrj nn ltdlinn student lias been
some da s passed. Trading, though
In small partrlr, was brisk this
morning, nnd there was1 .a decided
feeling of optimism among thoso In
terested In securities.
Antono Ogden got a severe talking
to and also a suspended sentence of
thirteen months at tho 1'ollco Court
this morning. Tony mado such a
noise around his room In Kaakako last
night that he bad to bo necomiuodutcil
with a room at Jarrett's hotel.
Japanese D.vorce Suit
Filed In Circuit
Charging that her husband has
been lured awny from her by the
wiles of an affinity, Nisiihuro Knwn-
kaml today filed a suit for ill tone In
the Circuit Court against 8liln Ka-
The couple were married In llono-
lulu September fi, litO.-i. nnd lust llv-
cd together during November. 11)07.
Since then tho husband has lltcd
with the umiilty. The wife lovels
her spouse with Immoral charges.
ami asks for such relief as tho court
will grant her.
IJLLETIN AD V
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
the Lurline, July 2.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 13.
Gold and Silver
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
THE PALM stands
1 for the best only
in all things to eat.
Hotel, nr. Union
CONGRESS MAY LAST
Campbell's Call On The
Ditjcgate Kuhlo received news
from Secretary MrClcllaii by tho
mull today In which Mr. MrClellan
tells of his having called on thu
President with A, J. Campbell on
I Mr. Campbell stated his mission
'nnd tho plans of the Territorial
llo.ird of Immigration.
tho President friendly In his attitude
hut disposed to leave final decisions
the Sccretury of Commerce and
presented to tho
Attorney Ccnurnl '
for nnai decision.
Sctletary MiClctlnn reports a li.ng"
talk with Senator Stnoot nn he
pineapple lariu. no is nopeiiii inai
something bettor will bo secured and
will mako n fight for It, anyway.
Tho prospects are that the tax on
tho net incomes of corporations will
pass Congress, and it was expected
that the discussion will proloitg tho
session until the first of August
SLEUTHS ON NIGHT
TRIP AROUND OAHU
Chief Leal and his staff are nil look
lug Hh I out today after a night trip
in nn I Ihe Island, ll appears that
HIh i lit Jurretl was anxious to send n
letter to tho deputy at Hauuhi unit ht
ranged for one of thu specials to carry
It per motor e)cl to hi m,
Tho iiioiorcycllst started ort In great
st)le and made good time to thu oilier I
side or tlie rail, wiicro nm machine
began to glvu him tioublu, and lln.tlly
came lo u standstill. Leal was In
formed of thu breakdown and at once
started off In his automobile to relay
l,lc niesBagu, Tho chief Blurted about
'"lilnlglit and. after a strenuous drlvu,
arrived ut his destination nnd delivered
H'o letter. Then after a short stop. Ihu
""lo heartcil for town, which was
reached ut 8 o'clock this morning. Thu
letter had reMenco to sotnu witnesses
'" "'ru wnt(-'' connection with
I 'o nisault case, In which a striker Is
ulkyl '" ,wo b,ruck uMlw
SAN FRANCISCO, July 2. Sip
gar Beets, 88 analysis, 10s 6d
Parity. 4.21 cents. Previous quota,
tion, 10s 5 l-4d.
185 editorial rooms 250 bual
nen office. Thee are the lelephata
-.iimh... r, t, Rniutin nmr,
Surpassing duality and inimitable
styles. One pair sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
We have them in patent kid and
vici kid oxfords.
SHOE CO., LTD.
WASHINGTON. July 2. Tho
Senate today adopted the amendment
to the tirift" bill carrying- out Presi
dent Taft's plan for a two per cent
tax on the net incomes of corpora
nnprclicndcd in connection with the
f ssassinations that took place jres-
lcrday Hc ,lin(c a fujj confoion.
The murder of Sir William' Wyllie
and Dr. Lalieaca has put the whole
country in an ugly mood, and there
is n .general outcry against tho in
troduction of Terrorist methods. It
is believed that the motive of the as
sassin was political.
GLASGOW, Julq 2. Th re is a
prospect that a syndtcntc vil' chal
lenge for the Amcrirnn cup that Lip
ton has failed to secure with his
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2. Jnmcs
Cunningham, a laborer, today sur
rendered to the police and confessed
to having killed Miss Caroline Brash,
cashier for Gray Brothers. He was
led to the confession because J. No
vak was held for the murder under
strong circumstantial evidence.
HIGH TARIFF TOBACCO.
WASHINGTON, July 2. The
Republican members of the Finance
Committee of the Senate have voted
to accept a twenty per cent increase
on plug cut and cigars under the to
Till: TUNVO MAitll balled today
Irom Yokohama with SO'J tons (if car-
go for Honolulu It Is not )cl known
I how many passengers) tho To)ii Klsen
Kulslin vessel curilcs fiom thin port.