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From San Francisco:
Nippon Maru Aug. 24
For San Francisco: -
Muncliurn ....Aug. 21
Mnkura Sept. 17
Aiming! Sept. 13
VOL XI. NO. 4392.
HAS FLIGHT TO NORTH POLE BEGUN?
CONSPIRACY SENTENCE IS DELAYED
ONE THIRD CROP
ON HIGH PRICE
Advance In Sugar Will Be
oF Great Benefit
BEET QUOTATION MEANS
EUROPE'S CROP IS SHORT
Approximate Figures of Portion of
Crop That Has Been Shipped
nnd What Remains Good Out
One-third of Hawaii's sugar crop
lias yet tci reach the market.
This means that In the neighbor
hood of 145,000 tons of tho esti
mator 117,000 ton ciop of this Ter
ritory will go onto tho market un
der tho high prices that are pre
vailing nt the in won t time.
V. C. Athcrton of tho Sugar Fac
tors Company Ftittos that about
280,000 tons of this year's crop has
been thippeil from Island ports,
l'ait of this, from 7G.000 to 80,000
tuns, Is now on tho way, anil there
tun (17,000 tons to be shipped. These
flguies, though approximate, must be
very close to the exact data.
The advance In the pi Ice of su
gar on vesterdny's quotations and
tho announcement of Ed rollltz
through the Henry Waterhouso
Trust Co. that ccntilfugals sold yes
terday In New Yor )nt 4.20 made
tho holders nnd the buyers of su
gar stneks look up. Tho Immediate
effect was to strengthen 'nil the
stocks without Increasing tho ac
tivity. Mr. Atherton, on commenting on
tho mnred advance In the price of
boots, said this morning that It In
dicated that tho beet crop would bo
veiy slim t this year on account of
Its poor start. ,
The latest lottcis from Now York
Mate that tho giowth of beets has
been very poor this year, and al
though the weather has been fnvor
nbln In lecent weeks, tho ' latest
giowth has neai ly all gono to the
tops and the beet roots are .small
and bnvo small sugar content. All
this points to n full confirmation of
the anticipated shortngo of the Eu
lopenn beet crop.
Under the prospective conditions
sugar pi Ices are certain to run high
for the coming year, and there may
bo some sensational ndvanccs In a
few months. The market, however,
will bo leveled by the Increase of
the Cuban ciop nnd general Increas
es In all cane-pioduclng countries.
CO! ft-f )(
LUNA CRUSHED TO
DEATH DY HORSE
Albert Wiseman Dies From
Through Ills homo ch) lng. nlid then
falling mi top of him, Albert Wise
man was to neilonsly Injured at Will
palm jesterday ulternooii, that ho died
this morning vtllhout icgulnliig con
sciousness. It appears that the unfoitiinato man,
who wus employed us u Bcctlon lima
by tho Oahu Sugar 'Company, lodo
homo to lunch yesterday nt 11:30
o'clock, and, on mounting tho animal
to returii to work, tho horse shied nt
tome trash ami then, routing up, came
down on lop of Wiseman, who was
Some bysteamlcrs nt once conveyed
tho Injutcd mm to his homo and tho
doctor wus sent for. It was feuied
from tho very start, that tliero was no
chance of WUcman surviving his tor
llblo Injuilcs. Hu neier became con
(clous and passed away nt G o'clock
Wiseman was a German and a very
good, experienced sugar man. Ho was
about 35 jcaia of age, and had bceu
(iuplood at Ilwa before going to Wai
pahu. Deputy Sheriff Fernandez was notl
fle"d"oT the death and nt once proceed
ed to Waipahu. A Jury has been
called, and an Inquest will be held
during this afternoon.
Tho horse that Wiseman was riding
Is icported to be a crazy brute, much
given to rearing and shying. Tho de
ceased was a good rider and only for
tho fact that tho horse rolled over
him ho would have escaped Injury, as
ho was scrambling out of danger when
tho animal pinned him to tho ground.
At a meeting of tho Mutual Tele
I bono dliectors this afternoon It was
decided to Install the automatic sys
tem nt n cost of $81,500. C. I'. Plntt
Is to pay $20,000 for the present oculp
ment. Hartley's report approving the
now system was discussed. Piatt will
begin operations within n few days
and has booked his orders for tho new
equipment to bo BhlpiKMl from tho
t8r editorial rooms 256 bu'
nets office. 'Thee are the telaohont
nmh- o im Riillnttn nfftc.
Lead in style, materials
and workmanship. This
is no idle statement.
Come in and see our
Summer and Fall styles
and you will agree
with our claims.
The hash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel
Evening B ulletin
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY,
Respected Visitor Points
To Vicious Character
Of Daily Agitation
Tells Respectable Jap-
JtnpCO jind ritl7I1S
UlltJt QUI! VIll&vllJ
What They Should Do
Editor Evening Bulletin :
I am Informed on tho best authori
ty that among all respectable Jap
anese a strong renctlon has begun to
show ftself In favor of Mr. Sheba
and his newspaper and against the
four men who have been convicted
of violating the laws of tho Terrl- mctojis other proofs of the dirty
tory. This Is as It should be. For mlndedness of the Nippu JIJI wrlt-
the past thirteen years I have been
a constant reader of the great dallies
When I came down hero and be
gan to examine flies of the Nippu
JIJI I found In It words and phrnseB
that would never be allowed to ap -
pear ln print day after day ln to.
One of the filthiest terms used In
tho JIJI, even In the presence of la-
dies Mr. I.ightfoot had the audacity
to defend and to treat Jocosely. It
mny be well for your readers to be
Informed that while ho did this Mr.
I.lghtroot had in his possession the
translation of an article written by
Conspirators Secure Con
tinuance And Are To
Know Their Fate
Sentence was not pronounced upon
tho four convicted conspirators by
Judgo Do Dolt this morning, a continu
ance 'being granted until Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock on tho request
of Attorney Llghtfoot of the defense,
who asked for timo In which to per
fect his motion for an arrest of judg
ment, Tho four defendants, Maklnn, Nogo-
o, Soga and Tasaka wero In court
iromptly nt 9 o'clock, tho hour set
lor sentence. Attorney General Horn
enway und Attorney Prosser wero
present for tho prosecution. In reply
to the request for a continuance of
bentenco by 'Llghtfoot, Attorney Gen
THAT YOU MAKE A
CONSULT OUR TRUST DEPART
MENT. DELAYS ARE DANfJER
OUS. Trust Department
Hawaiian Trust Company,
Bulletin Advertisirfg inspires
n Wnlpnhu Inboicr and published In
the Nlppif JIJI on May 4 In which
the Indecent 'origin of the Japanese
word trnnaluted sycophant Is ac
knowledged nnd dwelt upon,
' This man spoke for thu 70,000 la
borers whom the N'lppu JIJI has
been Inllnmlng for months past.
There ore In Jupuncse three or four
wonla ln common use for sjrophant,
M ,e)e WM no necppsity HVen
writing for the lower orders to re
sort to n filthy term of this kind;
Obeklcn mono or tsuljushn would be
well understood by newspaper rend-
eis. Nothing would Induce a re-
spcctiblo newspaper editor In Japan
to select among, say, four avallablo
terms, nn epithet that is pronounc
Tho Honolulu public have had nu-
The point I am coming to Is this.
It is tho duty of ull respectable Jap- I
nnese and all American residents In
this .country to do their best to sup-
port MrShcba's prfor, und to stump
jout of existence a journal that for
months past has been appealimj
TO DEPUAVED TASTES AND TO
LOW PASSIONS, has been stirring
up animosity between employer and
employee, nnd has misrepresented in
the most heinous manner the gen-
ernl SENTIMENT OF WHITE PEO-
PLE TOWAUDS THE JAPANESE,
THUS ODSTIUlCTING IIUSINESS
(Continued on Page 4)
eral Hemenway stated that he did not
see any reason why the sentence of
the defendants should be dolnved, hut
stated that the consideration of tho
request rested In the sound discretion
of the court.
Llghtfoot Insisted that tho scntenco
was set for this morning with a prac
tical understanding that It might bo
continued until Saturday If it was
thown to bo necessary. .
Judge Do Dolt said that in view of
tho fact that a motion for an arrest
of judgment would bo naturally worth-
It sentenco was pronounced he
thought It would bo reasonable; to ed as follows, a number of tho cubcs
grant thjo postponement asked for by I arising out of the labor troubles be
Llghtfoot and tho order was accord-, lug upon the calendar:
Ingly made. September 1, Territory vs. Tong
While waiting for court to convcno,Kit, Pedro Corpa, Peter Rodrlqucs,
Mnklno and Negoro wero kept busy Kanehuku. September 2, Territory
dodging a man with a camera and vs. K, Kajura, Territory vs. Nokanl
pasted the tlmo joking with bystand- Okechl, Territory vs. Heyushl, Sep
ers as to tho probably length of the tember 4, Territory vs. Dal et nl.
teutence. Negoro said that he would Sept. 7, Territory vs. S. Marl, Terrl
not bo able to endure the .physical lory vs. Jotaro Mlkawa, September
(Continued on Page 5)
DID YOU FORGET!
Our Next Fruit Boat will be th
LURLINE, AUG. 30.
Fruit at its best now.
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
With good service and exceptional
cooking are to be had at the PALM.
Hotel near Union.
Reaches all parts of the city, Care
ful driven. Prempt service.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER-
confidence in the people
AUGUST 19, 1909. 10 FADES.
NEW RANGE FOR
Palolo Valley Tract Is
Inspected For That
That a National fluard range will
boon bo established lu Palolo valley,
en a large tract that has recently been
under Inspection by officers of the
Guard, Is now only u matter of time
until Adjutant General Jones returns
f I oin tho mainland and closes tho deal
lor tho land.
The need of n first class range for
the Guard has been felt for some time,
und every effort Is now being mndc to
puih the matter to. n successful Issue
A number of military otllcers irom
Port Shatter recently accompnnlcd
home of the National Guard officials
out to tho proposed rani!'), and pro-
iimmeed it tin ideal spot for such a pro
Was Most Influential
In Securing New
n P. Schncrln, manager of the Pa-
cine Mull Steamship Company, yuster-
I jay paid a visit to tho new Makupuu
' lolnt lighthouse, accompanied by
, Messrs. Atkinson nnd Klcbahn. The
big government light station has a pe
culiar Interest for Mr. Schwcrln, as ho
wus the most instrumental in secur
ing tho 130,000 appropriation from
Congress with which to build the sta
tion. It ws when tho big liner Manchurln
went uu the reef at Makapuu Point
three years ago, that the urgent need
of n lighthouse caused Mr. Schwerln
ufter receiving a full report of the
accident, to travel to Washington In
the Interests of a government light
stntlon at that point. Tho now lamp
has been orectcd and It will probably
ehlno October 1, perhaps gome time In
The calendar In Judge De Holt's
department of the Circuit Court for
the September term has been arrang-
8, Territory vs. Y, 8ogu et al, 8ep-
tember 9, Territory vs. Y. Soga et
nl., Territory vs. Y. Soga et al..
CT......I...... .. v m . - - r.-
tember 10, Territory vs. Augawara. '
Territory vs. Kushlno ct al, Terrl-
tory vs. Klso Kono. September 14,'
Territory vs, Yamamoto et al,, Terri
tory vs. Jotaro Mlknwa. September
15, Territory vo. Fushlmo et al. Sep
tember 10, W. E. Porkull vs. C. P.
Bulletin Business Offim Phnn. oka
I Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 188
Hollister Drug Co.
who buy things
PAHIS. Autr. 19. It is reported
that Walter Wellman, the com. I
spondent of the Chicago Becord-1
Herald, left Spitzbcreen Norway, on
the ICth init. in a dirigible balloon
bound for the north pole.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind Aug. 10.
Dunns- the automobile races today
on the famous Indianapolis track a
car crashed into a fence, killing the
driver and the machinician.
l emus UouDies
NEWPORT. R. I Aug. 19. Alex
ander and Hackett defeated Mc
laughlin and James today in the Na
tional contest for the championship
in tennis doubles.
Refined Is Up
NEW YORK. Aug. 10. Befined
sugar advanced ten points in the lo
cal market today.
WEST POINT, Aug. 19. Seven
cadets have been dismissed from the
military academy for hazing, fol-
i lowing the investigation made by a
special board of inquiry.
LUNENBERG, Aug. 19. The
Ashing schooner Orinooco capsized
today and her crew of eleven men
SAN FRANCISCO, Autr. 19. Su-
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cannot be perfectly Happy unless you are Comfortable,
Bress your feet in a pair of our
White Canvas Blucher
And that will go a long way toward making you happy.
They are cool and easy.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St.
A phone message sent in (o 253
with a resauest that your want ad
shall be inserted, will eet for you
anything within reason for one cent
a word. ,
PRICE S CENTS.
Companies E&G Regulars Jj
Start on Dangerous '
WILL UNHITCH HORSES
LOWER WAGONS BY ROPE!.
Report of Undertaking Will Be Made i
to Washington With Recom
mendation for New Military
To the musical call of bugles, Mil
dleiB of Companies V. anil G, Twentieth
Infantry, In field hen let) dress, wllh
guns nnd milling canteens, left their
barracks nt Tort Shatter this nftcr
noon for the must dltllcull march they
liiic )ci undertaken through thu
Wnlnnne (lap. Tho nnriow, dangerous
trail, steep and almost Impassible in
places nnd the finer drop nu the titti
er side of the Gap, has ull the trcach
vroiiH dlfllcultles ot "mountain war set
leo about It, unit to ndd to the Intric
acies three lumhcilUK nrmy wagons
will bo on the march with tho men.
When thu tmiiih Is completed, a de
t d'ed report w III be mado to tho .War
Department ul Washington, and will
bu supplemented with a recommenda
tion that n military road be construct
ed by the Government through tho
Wnlanao Gap. In ense nf actual war
this trail is considered a ery lniirt
ant (imi nnd u road of this kind would
be valuable In transput ting men ami
guns to and from thu Held.
Onco through the Gap, tho descent
Is h Meep that the horses will havo
to bo unhitched nnd tho wagons low
ered to tho ground below by ropes.
The horses can be worked down
through the trull without much trou
ble A twenty-seven mllo march wnt
mado on Monday but this will he con
ildeiably tarther, and will he the mnV
severo marching tests ever ordered !y
the military nuthorltles here.
BIDS OPENED .
IIIiIb wero opened .estordny by Mars
tou Campbell on the Kiiln pipe lino, .
Thcro wero only two bidders. Hack- .
tcld & Company und the Honolulu .
Iron Works. Tho Honolulu Irou
Works bid on tho galvanized pipe was
considerably lower than that of their
competitor. When completed the Kula
plpo lino will be about twenty mlle.t
In length and will supply nn estimated
maximum of 2,000,000 gallons dally to
the Kula district.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works' price
is 139,(191.28 nnd It Include
20,000 reel of six-Inch, S3.000 feet or
five-Inch, 20,000 feet of four-Inch, 10,
000 feet of three-Inch and 12,000 feet
of one and n half Inch pipe.
A deed has been filed conveying to,
Robert Shlncln from Oenrrn LvcuiM
gus it lot on tho south side of Makik't
street near Hastings. Tho price paid
for the property Is set down at C,t
700 nnd tho amount paid for tho Im
u at t i,M-&.
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