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ITOXOTXJ.U t STAR-Bn.LKTIN THCIJSnAY. ATO. S. lfti" n - ,
SjnnohtUi iitar - Hullrtm
In which is combined the HAWAIIAN
lished 1893. and the EVENING HCTLLETIN. establish
MEMDEIt ASSOC! ATKI) PRESS.
KIUIY II. ALLKN...T...
Wallace n. ii:i:ix;ton...
BRANCH .OFFICE MERCHANT STREET '
that w Ii i I tin Democratic house had rducel!
jollier tariffs about one-third, it had attempted
STAR, estab-' W1IM n,'f 1 1 1 duties on siijjar.
"It seemed to us." said the Williams ivnurt.
latitat this was nof iu keeping with the promise
;oi I icmocrat ic plaUorilis to inline present pro-,"
hditf.r trrtivi duties gradually toward a revenue hasis.
j e have seen no reason whv suar should have
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Jsusiness Manapr1, , , 1 '
j li tiie DeiuiM-rat ie partv and helieved hv us to Im'
10.-9 ALAKEA STREET , i i.rl,r "
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It is interest mr and eiieourairini: to note that
MAY END STRIKE
(Continued from Page 1)
!-rat .-d ou;si'itv :.-
Arbitration New Mooted.
Talk of arbitration wa? r;: alons
the waten'ronr and in tht bus;:uss
district of ii;v mrnins:.
When the ma'ter broimht u.
me auer.Mun ci "frai members ut na.-itn of August.
iii' executivf i-oTnnniue ot Harbor
No. .".4. thest- oft'u-ials disclaimed r--
I.ORKIN ANDREWS will leave for
Hi!v on !e Wi luelmina.
RKA k AD.MIRAL STANFORD -x-if
return t !h (Vast on the
REV. FRANK C.OODSPEEI) will
preacn at the Hijou Theater next Sun
day evening at the second of the
union services to be held during the
Per Month, anywhere in Unittd States $
i'er Quarter, anywhere in United States
Per Year, anywbere in United States
l'r year, postpaid, foreign
SEMI-WEEKLY ST A R- IJ I J L LET I N
Per Six Months
Per Year, anywhere in United States
Per Year, anywhere in Canada .. . . t
Per Year, postpaid, foreign
W. 11. COLMN of Boston will give
a free illustrated lecture on uostaee
'-.'win sjibil it v for ti.u unriiail f on v' t..r v. v- n . . . l
i.i e . i ii i ! ' w. m: i .naiups ai iie i. -i . . . .. mis even-
the press of the country Generally has i;iven till--such sentiment. ;lmj at v!ook. to which all are in-
jUsiial attention to the suai hill in the Senate,!, l ,!lfl s"--fSti(": (,f ''f Srar-IJul- vittd. especially members of the ju-
, . . j l!in that a possible solution of the n-.or department of the association,
i w hen as the progress of the hill m tin- house ere- jjfficulty :uyA existing bei .veen the MJOR JOHN JENKINS Fifth Cav-
7" ated litth' romment. Tin reason is readilv dis-i b!,ja;r's"1l einij.ariy and the me:: airy, in cabled orders received from
he channels ; Washington this murning. is detach-
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ji nas oeen nmue plain Uiai me umn . or tIk- courts. .Mr. I. L. McLean. Vice ' ed fro:- his regiment and ordered to
on the sii"jir tariff is :i fifrlit hv the Minim' h, President and Acting General '.Ian-; j.roet -d to Manila at once for duty
.' . i .i i f i ager uf Inter-Island, made' in tiie inspector general's depart-
iuu iin mi mm lint ie utr I l 1 1 1 XI l w 1 1 li Hie to owinir statement
Siar-l'.uiet ;n r epresenta; i ve
"We will weicome
A Howard Watch
A perfectly regulated Howard keeps
perfect time. And there's a satisfaction
in knowing that your watch is right
to the second.
2.oo apparent to all.
3.00' t . . ............ i'....i.:
in 1 1 ii mi iii 1 1 uie wiiniioM rorn"jnnuen i
to a mem.
.AUGUST & 1912
A. M. N0WELL. manager of the Su-'
gar r-actors Comiany, will leave in i
ailV SUCil SOlU- thu ctP'ininr t iwvin ri- n -.lilirio- f rrii I
Were all alive to the tllte .situation, and when the, ucn ot tlie (linil'lll!-v- an! sa "Slf'Hilo on August 30. for Delaware
- ,..n.., . . , -.i. .i...!IJ,J.? .'na! e uou',i ,tfnn,r UC!ini" I'.reakvvater via the Isthmus of
iiiuri;riii m-iijimh.x nuieu in Miiiio w uu iiM'icaliti
1 democrats, desert in lt their nrevious allianct
ri'l ' l rtii . i ...... 1
irnx mnimu: mat Man ana in Lifr rr.st o wsw lv-jmleil as a siirnHhant move.
uu.rr oil holUncius and a ln ftul on solid it ij
ainl Momv l uitl of Truth. W'clconir the bc;(tir
livxt Truth, so it he our, in cjchnufc for the roi
uh'Ht sham. :AnonvinouM.
now mat e wou.n pertnit no tecum- l:,eakvvater via the Isthmus of Te-
jahties of any nature whatsoever to huantepec. He. will inspect the sys-l
jt interfere with a (1m ision of the Courts tem of sugar shipments by that route.!
on the merits of tun claims of the iXso the company's property in Haiti-;
ARBITRATE THE STRIKE!
to keep back cue cent
Court may say we owe
With leading DennM-rats of the senate (jpvnly
eharinjj: that Congress cannot afford to follow
tin inweiiwititie ttn.irMin f tlu luise m;i inr-i iy i tha no member of Honolulu Harbor
. l wan,s ono r'nt !)()! legally due' him.
no thinner exists of fre-sup:ar legislation at the, should the Mas.crs object on the
winter session. In fact, it is more than likelv ,mi,id "I" iense. we would agree
. . ' I to share it with them."
that once the campaign is over, the vote-hunting, skippers Prepared to Receive
f lu iicii ttiDinlunv will rit i wiii' lmlf i Ovcrtures.
I 111 I 1 1IH 111 IM A Mill I1W1 111 IF U Ol I 1 ilUJ I t-wi
i Masters ior overtime. toe
- . iKt ivy 1ft -tlWV-J Oil., U11M LT.
i hat we are right, but do not desire : ides Philadelphia. Xpw Ynrfc nnil
which the Roston will visit his old home H Win-
I believe Chester. Mass.
The striking skippers and mates, EX-GOV. G I LLETtE Lot .California
are said to be ready to entertain' is contemplating a Visit to thesejisl
overtures for a sisfactory settle-i ands for the benefit of his "health He
ment of the differences that now ex-! has been in the hands of physicians
ist between themselves and the coast-i for some time. ' .'
ing steamship company. i FAUL SUPER I have been ''narid
It was stated today "that the selec- at work toda' preparing the report
tion of the right party or parties to i of m' tliP on ttle maJnUnd' Which
serve as a sort of 'arbitration 'com-1 is to be read at the ,direcidrsVinet
mittee. would tend to bring the inter ! inS this evening. Quite a lot of bus
csted parties together with better andi'nrss w,n bo transacted,
quicker results than by any other' FRANK K. MOTT, mayor of OalC
meaus. (land, who yesterday won triumphant-
It is pointed out that the naming! ovei tfie socialists in a recall elec
of one or three men, who are known! tion. intends visiting Honolulu thi$
te be thoroughly conversant withifa11- J. W. Pratt, his lifelong friend;
shipping conditions as they exist ininas cabled congratulations to Mayor
iioit uu ins vjciory.
J. T. WAYSON iThe market stall
keeper and others required to screen
m. . ..li n no 11( , , much ahout irivinjj the p(onle fnv sujrar as thev
The porple of Hawaii call for a settlement of!, , , . 7 4
TJ r i i a have Ikm'u doinr for some months.
iue JiJier-iMauo NiriKe.
With public and private interests suffering,
at a ct of many thousands of dollars daily to
the business of dbe.jeHiiory, with a dauger al
. waysUbat Bafefy !f life and propdly will he
; tbreateiiel, the, strike must be, settled soon in
.'justice to the people of this territory.
The fiituation is more serious than a question
s of wages between emidoy(T and employe; it is
TX'-i1?5 $notte-than f princijije of overtime; it is
thejltution now of public- interest, injured and
that, injury increasing every minute that the
Inter-J&land steamers are tinl up at their
vTIici Star-Bulletin thrs morning discusstnl
with !repiesentat ives of both sides of the contro-
tVltirfpnblic olHcials and with business-
.ritifXIflouIob aga.inst arbitral
..V i .ittokot!bne:testvas made: The .Inter
7 vr.,aiifl;P')flU,LnJ find :H the H;:st rik int, -captaiiia. ,.aiil
- 7 V : . Vat;wW agree.ati oneiti
10Hoaitiibu;itiout knowing thodetails of the
-ll 'i- yl&ni'areJsLYpraHe: to the : suggestion.
' v ' 'VvBotliides realize the extent to, which the in-
terest of the, people is being daniagwl by the tie
lipof tiie greattransp)rtation company. Hotli
sides want the differences settletl and. the steam
' ors in service again.
. Two," )net IumIs of arbitration have been sug
gfsteil, through ,the courts and through a neu-.'':jttii;-board
of arbitrators. The courts have the
advantage of fonnal organization and method of
roclure;iTCOgiiiz(il as impartial by all con
cenieil. A boanl of arbitrators would ix)ssibly
rliave theVadvantage of leing able to consider
' joints: not admissible as legal evidence, but
which would lnar powerfully on the moral is-
ONE VIEW Of "OUR CANAL"
.- . - I-
The New York Tribune presents ;m interest
ing view of the Panama Canal question editor
ial! v a.s follows :
"The occasion of England's sptakiug is that
the United States, in violation of its plighted
faith, assumes to convert an enterprise of world
. . ... a, . , - ... i the Inter-Island service, and persons
proiKruous ami wunu oeweMi uno om- m ot in the least affiliated with plan
niliT.iiil n.yii n1 J uwiltiioitwit llirr 1 11 f i mJ
tin ui itiiic imi i i.. i i in i n i i iii; inn ivni. xnviv , - ... .... , Aint. v, o ,t n v,t.
A, . . .... ;, - , 1 ands, would be acceptable to the ; ".r
are those wlio will proht bv this, and there are,fetrikin sleanismi) men teenth to do so. After that there wnl
W.K.S, eonsol,,.,, a, ouU,S,,, l,y it. W, cOu -T,e on,, Tl Z
I'egan bv Haking or stealing, the route, whose: the voicing of sucn a sentiment byl'1" wlH be PPsitlon to the. court
title we Jiad "liaranteed'to a friendlv mition, a1 the declaration coming from Vice-' fuling.?,n, tne ordinance and prepara
iiiii, vti.iuu utciiitr-ii iu u luimin ii.imn, , . mn will bp made for Rtieh emere-encv.
A supply of warrants arefnow filled up
with name line blank." I shall certain-
! ly do my duty. It is then up to the
t)nri J r i h 1 r T - n t t U n t tli -v v i
soveivignty in a political sense, but a family woukl consent to take the matter in.
niliunct to use the fashionable Word in an-:to the courts for a settlement.
,i ut ! i i - i .... ... i Selection a Difficult Matter.
other sense. We robbed our own when we de- . A star.Bulletin representative dis-
8poiled an American nation. We are proceed-' cussed the possibility of arbitration
. i i t i iii , 'iu,, of existing difficulties with a num-
jng by degrading the worlds greatest facility of-ber of striker today who while re.
commerce into a rake-oft' for a single interest of 'maihing non-committal in the matter.
. .. - . . I tiiHmhtort that thov u'opo"- -1 uro -3 '
Uie IllUloii. e nave pu-iij;eu uuiwm f
djsicrimination, and'vve are enacting it, and the
1. A l.',....l 1 w-. f rs- rtrtrk T1 11 .brill
victims asK 10 ue iieaiu in-mn- n. .v. l'"" tioned in business and shipping circles
Tluse who will le insultwl bv the intervention! today in connection with a plan for
I 1 i J ii 1 i f
can only be those whose pockets are gaping for olficiaJs together, was General Freight
the profits which alone can explain tneir action.
Xo man or interest who docs not expect to profit
NOTED STAMP EXPERT
AT COOKE HALL TONIGHT
Warren TI Cnlsrwri of Uoaton. nn of
open to a discussion of. the affair the most noed gtamp experts in W
with the proper authorized persons. ,worldf wm speak at Cooke Hall. Y. M.'
une name more or less ireeiy men- n A. tonteht at 8 o'clock on the subi
ject of stamps, with especial refer
ence to Hawaiian issues of interest to
local audiences. A cordial invitation
has ben extended to all.
Agent C. P. Morse of the American-
Hawaiian line. The claim was made
by those vitally interested in the
rijoto-EnjjraYlntr of hizhest (trade
can be secured from the Star-Ballctln
for dispatch for Molokai, Maui and
Lnnai ports at five this evening, as Is
f,$ sues involved.
"- WhateTcr method is to bo followl, let it be
;'i 'follow(Hlitiicklv. The moment that arbitration the heavy oxiienw
)ft , lseced: upon," the captains and the mates lalnr from Europe.
jiould step back to their posts and the steamers
. should go into active service.
v ' 'i. V -mi. 1..11..1 n.w...i.nimiL! 4-Ti of flu rl1.-
. .llie csiar-iiiuiri iii i n men. mv vwjr.
bv the nlan has been heard to raise a defense speedy settlement of the strike and
-a mi .iwl .;n ,,f rrnf resumption of business between
of it. There are politicians who will not get th,g port and the olher .gIands that
their lav in dollaiS, it is true, but they look for! Mr. Morse, through his intimate
, At' , iiin ...iw. nr-n nnnnloil to knowledge of conditions that obtain! also the Noeau for Kauai ports, the
strength among theaters v ho aie appealed to j.n inter.isIand steamship bu8lncgJ. latter ve8el t0 get awa at flv6
for support 111 the name of giving sometlllllg lOjwas peculiarly fitted to bring matters! o'clock. ""'
AllieriCail lnteieSlS. 1oraP Wa! sppn hv n ronrwon. olmto ttm ctoomoi- PlAiirHno fnr.Mflnl
tative from the Star-Bulletin follow-i ports at five in the evening. The Kfl
ing the mention of his name, butiauea is being prepared to get away
-ir" -! Jl "-1 : .. .A ! . ..... j-. 1 1 J! . 1 r tr- . . i
AUSS liUUSCOei, Hie social inestiiin;r mm iirmiy ueciineu 10 uiscuss me possi- tor iona ana ivau pons ai noon 10
i e a . i i : , i.. . . :.w ., ninn fvt!hility of his bebig brought into the morrow.
here from the mainland, is advocating a plan for T. nro,ftCtpd dpnartures are an
( , r - -
When directly questioned, he neith- ; subjected to postponements, because
educating the coming gt iterations into planta
ill ten's t bv plantation men who are helping pay memter of a committee to arbitrate
. ,r Hie uiuereuces
er ideas will be listened to itli nUiUt,- f .. nr. ! , m0f00
iruuiiiuiiiij j l i uif a:viic ui iio ci 4- 1 o ix 11 11 uiuitij,
exienses of importing, shiploads
All the auto-drivers sat up and took notice
between the Interi3
i land Company and their men.
"I have not been approached in the
matter, and therefore have nothing to
say" concluded Mr. Morse.
Others intimately connected with
STRIKE PUTS END TO
SPECIAL VOLCANO TRIPS
The Tie-up of the Inter-Tsland ves
sels through the strike will have the
the big business and shipping inter-1 effect of putting an end for the pres-
wheil thev saw a headline announcing "motor j ests of the islands, have been brought ; ont to the volcano trips with special
into the discussion of a possible for- j rates as advertised by the company,
r. ation of an arbitration committee, and as a result it is feared that the
if long-conrinued, will affect
atlbnh' involved is a private corporation, but it is practice" for Diamond Head, and fhe speed
Lllr crirbi tTMki':i t inn tl iroimh the nature' fiends were much disaimointed to tind that a The fact that a deadlock exists with strike
,apu..ttM..i.iv.r j . . ., . . little hope for a break, makes talk or the tourist travel to the islands,
of its' business. This pa per recognizes also that typographical error in the word "mortar nau a gettlng together througft the med-1 it is possible for tourists wishing
tho KtrfVili"- masters and mates have a grievance! .riven them false hoies of linmunitv from the i-in;ship or a tnim jiarty a matter tnai ; to make tne trip to tne volcano to use
uu Mii.viii,, ni.i-iv 1 1 . .f bejjeved as the only expedient. the Matson vessels but the rate for
that is. 'not a question of public interest except bicycle cops
insofar as it has tied up a public service com-
Hut the controversy has passed an
The claim has been made todav t-it the journey is higher and there is no
were the differences arbitrated, tae j special arrangement applying as to
! vbole question could be settled within ' hotel rates and land transportation.
' an ''hour, and all steamers migl.'. he ; t is probable that if a settlement is
1 i t l'lv. M,,w on.l iv now -i niie- in 1 a 1 n 1 -. . 1 llllt . disiatched for tne:r respective ports not reached soon, an effort win Do
bounds of private dimrencc and is now a (pus i-ji,., or the Donkey, but souhImhIn s got to ; the cose fhp da makp arran nts with thP
tion of public policy.
Public policy demands a speedy settlement
aiid the way of arbitration offers both sides a
method to which they cannot and should not
SUGAR AT THE NEXT SESSION
It's all right to shout for the lbill Moose, the
be the (ioat. next November.
1 Steamers Ready to Sail.
J At the office of the interisland to
: day. the regular steamers are poatri
! as us-ual. The .Manna Kea is li-ted to
Matson Company for a volcano tour.
All .ho ..fsi,l....Hal .-anaWalis l.av,- nmv - - - - -""r ' " MAY GO OUT IN SYMPATHY
nouilced that thev are striving to save the coun-'ockxk Saturday morning. ! It is rumored as probable that, if
. ' ' j The Kauai iiner Kinau and the the captains and maters' strike is not
try, not to catcll ies. ;IIa ar0 p0stHd to for fhe Garden .settled scx)n, the engineers will strike
- " j isj;in(i at five o'clock this evening, in sympathy with them, to be followed
The little Mikahaia is on the bo:irds in all probability by the sailors.
SM'aking of the strike, all the stand-patters
do not seem to 1m confined to political parties.
The naval demonstration ordered in
jVork was probably meant to scare Mexico.
Anyway, Delegate Kuhio will probably divert
the tourist trailic from Kgypt's Sphinx.
Hawaii has little to fear from the present
Congress, either at this session or next, in the
way of sugar tariff iiiluction.
. So jnuch was made clear by the action of the.
senate. on Uie Lodge-llristow substitute for the
house 'free-sugar bill. In passing the senate
substitute, the senators, Republican and Demo
cratic alike, put themselves on record not only
hv voln hnr hv t:iteinent ill a WilV thev (1111 haid-
1 ii'i,, ,i41..,wi! for the winter partv that it's "Too Much .Johnson,
lv overl(Mk when ( on gross meets 101 uu wiun 11
Senator Williams, in a report on behalf of the
Democratic members of the finance commit lee. ; this part of the couum
could. not indorse free sugar because they ho-j
lievetl the sugar tariff one of the big revenue-n-j Well, let's blame the
duccrs of the present law. The lvport addetl Inter-Island strike!
Bargains f or Sale
At anv rate; none can ever say
Two Democrats is olie too manv for harmouv
sujiervisors for the
In Cool Kalihi Valley
Short distance from King street car: near Kalihi-waena school.
Parlor, Diningroom. 2 Bedrooms, large Bathroom, large Hall,
Electric Lights, small Fern House, large Back Yard.
For particulars see
GUARDIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.,
SECOND FLOOR, JUDO BUILDING
That is why a Howard is always worth
what you pay for it. ' It costs a little
more because it's made better.
The Howard is pre-eminent among
watches. We have it in all styles and
t- t .. . . t-ttt;
With the relignaUon of IsaacSplro
the last McCarthy man on the" San
Francisco Police Commission .tnwp
heaval is looked for in the police de
partment, and many changes are; an
ticipated. ; 1,. ,
iAflnetta Hainday,, a. widely kno
magazine writer .is under arrest at I
troit,twpeettKr killing a.famlly f
vant who had -willed her tavlr
wblch:amoimted to a loL.to the llz
4 day. family. v u v
: ' Limited '
J-i- - i-
College! Hills . .
....... i,.;.v.M.r, iv.'v.. ..... 1C0.C0
j'hlawa ......,....,.. ..".. rrir...i. ..$25X0 SOXO '
Cor. Hackfeld and Lunalilo Streets " .s.V.Vit;i.,i'....:.i 12S.C0
Thurston Avenue'....:.'. .-. . .J..;.'....-;'.;i."..v.':'(....... 60.CO
Nuuanu Avenue ................. ;Vr..V.VVi..... E0X0
Kalmukl .;:..4v.r. '25.00 S3S.oo i4a.co es.m .
' Palolo Valley Road
ManoaN Heights . . .
, Kinau Stree't
1 f 1
. . . . f t
U : I 11 1 I I l I I f I V I I V
King Street 1 "f ..... .
Pawaa Lane .......
Magazine 8treet ..
Palolo Valley Road
.$25X0 XZ0AQ 35X0 ;
. . .... .. .... ..!?. j . f .$23X0 . 40X0
. . 9 , .
-. - ll
. .$30X0 $3a00 , 30.C0 r
Self 'Filler or otherwise,
Vieira Jewelry Co
, .113 HOTEL 8TREET
WELL ENOUGH TO BUY A LOT IN KAIMUKI?
Compare Ocean View and Palolo Hill with other subdivisions.
Compare its location with any other locality.
Compare its possibilities with any other similar property. '
Compare the percentage of home-builders and home-owners
with those of any other locality. - -
Compare its city water, gas, electricity,,telephones, etc It has
Useless to compare its climate..
Go thus far, and we can safely leave the rest to you.
Lots $400 and up '
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Limited, - V
CORNER FORT AND, MERCHANT STREETS ' .,