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Evening Bulletin
A a.'7-
From San Franehces
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Ahmnda July 21 I i
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No other newspaper published in
Honolulu presents to housekeeper
as large a list of mercantile houses
as the Evening Bulletin.
To the live, keen buyer that means
money saved.
For J"tn Francisco:
Kiiici . .. , July 19
From Vnnronver:
Aorangl July 24
For Vancouver:
Marntna July SO
3','tiO EDITION No Honolulu housewife need worry over bargains missed if she reads Bulletin Ads. i
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VOL. XI. NO. 4366.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1009. 10 PAOES.
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PRICE 5 CENTS.
&
HARBOR SURVEY ORDERED FOR KAHULUI
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Tfif'TiW
KUHIO
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ON
What Conspiracy is
And What It Means
Attorney Kinney's Presentation Of Case Against
Makino, Negoro, Soga and Their Associates
Part Played By Jiji, Organ of, Agitation
Attorney W. A. Kinney, in presenting the case of the'
prosecution against Makmo, Negoro et al for conspiracy in I
connection with the Higher Wage Society, made the most
complete review of the High Wage agitation that has ever
been presented the public verbally or otherwise.
It reads like a romance and the information given is
also -most vital to every citizen in the Territory of Hawaii
who wishes to understand the men and the forces at work
in an endeavour to control these islands, its main industry,
and make light of the law. Mr. Kinney's address to 'the jury
follows:
A Washington correspondent ot the
8nn KrnncBco Kxamncr, In comment
ing on the cruise ot Ailmlrut Sebree's
fleet to these waters, says that tho
visit to Tokln of Ambassador Takahlra
Is a direct result iif tho Japanese labor
complications In tlawnll.
King Is
Engaged
I. 6. U OF
OWU IS DEM
Well-Known Manager Ot
Hawaii Died This
Morning
LISBON. Portugal, July 20.
King Manuel of 'Portugal has engag
ed to marry the Princess Alexandra,
daughter of the Sake of Fife.
The Duke ot Fife Is a son-in-law
ot Queen Victoria, having married
the Princess Louise. He' was for
merly doYcrnor-Oenern! ot Canada.
Mr. )inncy flontlemeu of llio Jury, nuts, .lust before that, un article had on Hint Island, etc. a nowspapcr pro-
1 expci t tn establish by evidence the, appeared In tho Chronicle, by hoiiio motion proposition, In which tho pa-
followli.ir fads- That n controwrsr J"I"ies.f iloitor, nihocntlng higher perH weru acting together at that
roiiottiiifc ruts, unit n .omrours) wa(W)( nn(1. tmt wn fo,untMl tmo tllu rc,0,1R i,cllg reasonably
iiiomi In this city nboiit tbu middle ot closely by Xcgoro's nrtlclo appearing friendly between nil of the nowspa-
last lenr among the Japanese oer In the JIJI, The Chronicle of this city perH and their editors.
the iiiiestlon of getting higher wages was nnotlier Japanese paper that, oft'
fur the Japanese laborers. Wo shall er some hesltnnry, took sides with tho
show tu that (bo defendant, Mr. Ne- bhlnpo, Mr. Shebns paper. In tbo con
goto, bad been nuny to Cnllfornin nt- troersy, so Hint
tending school or doing something up Chronicle, or the
Taiaka's Inspiration,
Wo shall show you that Mr. Tasaka,
while on tho Island of Maul, becamo
at that tlmu 'tho Imbued with the Idea that a Higher
red paper," as It, Wage agitation, actively conducted.
on the Coast, and that hu returned Is called, nnd tho Shlnpo wcro on one would bo ery acceptable to tbo Jap
beio In the foiepnrt of lust year; that sldo, and the Nlppu JIJI, edited and nncso laborers ; that It would bo a
nt that time Mr. Shcha wih the man- controlled nt that time by Mr. Soga 'popular thing, and on the way back
and Mr. Tasaka nnd several others, he announced that ho was coming
on the other. back committed to tho Idea that the
Two Leading Articles. ' Nlppu JIJI should take up an active
Wo shall show you that these two campaign, and It was. In fact, then
articles were the opening guns of the taken up by tho JIJI, which commonc
campaign that followed, that being In ed to publish stirring articles In fa-
August of 1908. In September of. 1908 or of higher wages for the Japanese,
wo shall show on that there was Wo shall show you that the JIJI laid
(iitlng the starting of un limitation for one of UiC30 voting contests held on out Its campaign on the line of an im
higher wages for Japanese In Hawaii, tho Island of Maul by the three pa- mediate ilso In wages and an lame
Mr. Hheba looked it over mid thought .pers Jointly, tho Nlppu JIJI, represent, dlato peremptory demand upon tho
Hint the tiitlclo wns ton radical In that ,ed by Mr. Soga and Mr. Tasaka; tho planters to raise the wages at once,
nger nnd idltor of tho Hawaii Bhlnpo,
n leading Jupanese newspaper of this
city, H paper published In tho Jupan
ese language. Not very long lifter
Ncgoro's Beginning.
.Mr. Neuoro's return ho went to Mr.
Hbebn and presented him with an ar
ticle Hint he wanted published, aiho-
II iiimle abusive loferenco to Hie plan
lets, Hu thought It vyns unwise to be
gin the aultathui In Hint way and ho
excust d himself, saying that be didn't
rail) to publish It. About August of
Chronicle, represented, by Mr. Klmu- That was their program as announced
rn; and the Slilupo, represented by by tho JIJI and lis started by tho JIJI
Mr. Shebu. Heprescntiitlvos of theso during the month of September and
papers, particularly Mr. Tasaka for followed actively thereafter,
the JIJI, went to the Island of Maul, Wo shall show you Hint tho Shin-
1'JOS that aitlcle nppeiiied In tbo JIJI, .and it wns on the Island of Maul that po, edited by Mr. Sheba, whllo bellev-
of which paper Mr Soga nnd Mr. Tn- this voting contest wns had. 'It wus. Ing In higher wages, while claiming
Biik.i were the lending editors and 'for Instance, who was tho best barber that higher wages were duo the Jap-
..., . .... ... i .- . ., - ' . ' .. ja-s anesc, deprecated an Immediate or
peremptory demand.
Jljl's Campaign.
I Wo shnll show you Hint tho JIJI, in
starting its campaign for an Immedl
Mr. Tawney
Explains It
WASHINGTON, July 20. Con
gressman Tawney in his comment on
the fees paid Prosecutor Francis J.
Heney for services given the Govern
ment, said that no services had been
rendered this year.
This Is obviously In explanation
ot the sweeping statement sent out
lo the morning papers that llenoy
had been paid money by the Depart
ment of Justice for which he had
rendered no service.
Bores
Him With
Drill
Were Right In THe
Swim
WITH HATHING SUITS have
the new one-piece suits with
skirts attached, in beautiful colors, as
well as the stand-by blues, blacks and
stripes.
Get one this summer.
Do you motor or golf? Then
you'll like our handsome coat sweaters.
We have them in the latest' shades
the sleeveless kind that are so popular
here.
The Kash Co., Ltd.
Leading Clothiers,
Fort nnd Hotel Sts.
Last night Inlho vicinity of River
Btrect on Ueretnnla there wns a miir
dorous attempt on the part of M urn
oka, u Japanese, to do serious Injury
to Ynnehlro, another Japanese, by u
somewhat unique method,
As is woll known Japanesa seldom
sleep on u bed but uso tho floor as
their couch and Muraoko obtained a
large drill and proceeded to bore u
I large hole from the celling ot tho room
' below to Hie floor of the room occupied
by Ynnehlro. Muiuoko was well aware
ntn ml, of wimes. addressed Its cnm-l"' ,,lu ""V""" "' ""' roul" "ccupicu "'
tialaii to tho laborers, stirring up tho ' Ho complainant, who would have re
ME WAS PLANNING TO
IETIRE FROM ACTIVE WORK
His Wife and Two Children Are to
Arrive in Hilo on' '
Enterprise
. Today.
W. a. Wnlkcr, for nineteen years
manager ot the Ookala plantation,
died this morning at tho manager's
tesldence on the plantation. Mr.
Walker's wife and two children are
evxpected to arrive In Hllo today on
W. Q. WALKER,
the steamer Enterpilse, they having
been summoned from California on
account of Mr. Walker's Illness.
Mr. Walker has been In poor
health for Bomo time. When he wns
last In Honolulu he left the city
against the orders of. his physician,
as ho was then suffering from a se
vere attack ot bronchitis. A train
ed nurse went to Ookala with him,
(Continued on Page 4)
Opium Case
Orders To Start
Kahului Survey
War Department Authorizes Major Win
slow To Make General Inspection
Of Harbor-Says There Are Possi
bilities At Maui-New Wharf Discussed
Major Winslow has Just been au
thorised by tbo War Department to
proceed with a gcnernl survey of tho
harbor at Kahului for tho purpose
of ascertaining tho condition of tho
harbor and the improvements need
ed there. This Is In compliance with
a recent nit of Congress, passed on
by the Hoard ot Review. The Major
Bald he was now making prepara
tions to send a party ot engineers
over to do the work.
.In regard to the harbor be said:
"I have Just received authority from
the War Department to make this
survey which follows up the act
passod by Congress for the work,
and passed on by the Doard ot He
view. I am now getting the mat
ter' ready to send men over there."
Ileferrini! to the new pnKse,l
wharf and the condition of the har
bor, the Major said: "There aro
possibilities at Kahului, although
dock work will be necessarily ex
pensive on account of the bottom be
ing coral. As long, however, ns the
dock line is within the harbor sur
vey, It Is not up to the United States
to do nn thing "
Major Window said (hat Superin
tendent Williams had culled on htm
jestcrday with reference to tho pro
posed dock, but that tho Govern
ment would hnve no action to talc
In the matter ns long ns tho project
was within the lines nt (bo govern?
ment survey.
, It Is undetstood nfter a 'conference
between Marat on Campbell, Super
intendent of 1'ulille Works, nnd J.
N. S. Williams, superintendent of
the Kahului railroad, that It Is tho
Intention of Alexander & llaldwln to
nsk the War Department for u gov?'
crnment permit to build tho whnrf,
which they Intend to operate ns r.
private enterprise for n certain per-
lod of cnrs, depending on tho rev
ceipts to reimburse them, mid tho
.dock to become public property ut
'the expiration of that period.
BORN.
DUHAO III this city, July !), 1309, to
Mrs. Jos T. Durnn, n daughter.
Mr BULLETIN AD8 PAY -mm
MAY
laborers, setting forth the Injustice of
(Continued on Page 6)
THOUGH CITIK3
BURN
TUB
QUEEN
celvod serious Injury hud ho not been
awakened by tho scraping iioIbo mado
by tho drill working bolow his head.
It appears that some time ago Yuno
hlro Interferred In a quarred between
Muraoko nnd another Japanese. The
latter has borno splto ever since
nnd took this contemptible method of
wrecking his vengeance.
Muraoko Is now under arrest nnd
will bo charged In court tomorrow.
PAYS.
.s.
IN ALL TIIK GIIBAT CON FLA
OHATIONS THE QUEEN INSUR
ANCU COMl'ANY OF AMEIUCA
HAS CAUUIIII) LARGE LINES AND.
ALWAYS PAID DOLLAR FOR DOL
LAR.
THE service at the
Palm is as
perfect as the meals.
Hotel, nr. Union
Decided
In
Judge Do Holt this morning read
the Circuit Court n decision in
tho cuso of the Territory against
l.an Yip Kce on n charge of selling
poisonous drugs without a license.
The verdict, which found the de
fendant guilty and lined blm $50
and costs, Is fur-reaching ns being u
decision In a test case which has In-
(Continued on Page 4)
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Alligator Fears
Pineapples
Bananas
No better time in the whole year
to ship them than right now.
Island Fruit Co.,
72" S, King. Phone 15
LEAVE
Although denied by Delegate tt
Kuhlo that he Intends going to tt
Washington, persistent rumor tt
again reached tho B u 1 1 o 1 1 n of- t
flee this morning that the Prince tt
Is leaving o ntho Korea for the tt
tt mainland, There aro numerous tt
tt conjectures as to tho purpose of tt
tt his trip, tho most Important of tt
tt which Is that ho has been urged tt
tt and persuaded by his coustltil- tt
tt ents that It Is his duty to be In tt
tt Washington during the confer- tt
tt ence on the tariff bill affecting tt
tt the Interests of Hawaii. It is tt
tt also said ho might bo going to a
tt the Const to meet tho Congres- tt
tt slonal porty. It Is known Kuhlo t:
tt was In communication with Wash- tt
tt Ington, and was waiting n cublo tt
tt on Monday to decide on whether tt
tt he should make the trip now or tt
t: not. tt
LANOF0RD-KETCHELI FIGHT.
ELY, Ncv.. July 20. A fieht be
twecn Sam langford and Stanley
Kctchel has been arranged to take
place on Labor Day.
SPANIARDS FIGHTING.
MADRID, July 20. Fighting has
been resumed at Melilla between the
Spanish and the Moors. Reinforce
ment are sailin? from Barrel niie
and Malaga.
STEAMER SUNK.
NEW, YORK, July 20. The
steamer Martha Stevens was sunk
today in collision with a tug. One
man was 'drowned.
SUGAR.
SAN FRANCISCO, JGuly 19. Su
gar 96 degree centrifugals. 3.935
cents or $78.70 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3,92 cents.
mm
J. T. linker, or Ilrlitht, was taken
buck to Hllo by Sheriff Pun this imirn.
Ing. It nppears thai tho jonng fellow
has nu unoxplied term of n formeri
sentence to servo mil) consequently
wns noi prosecutcil Here,
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Company, Ltd., I
Agents
NO MORE DELAYS.
Wc are now agents Young Hotel
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