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8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20 1908-8 PAGES
AGENT TREIOR WRITES OF LABOR CONDIT
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INSIDE VIEW OF
' 'i ho 1 11 1 I o I I 11 li enabled tn pub
lish olriits fiom a littur willtcn
finni New Yink by t: busl'icss man
tif Hint dty who Is In (Dial nit toui.li Uiphrum on I'rldi) evening ns tho
villi tho Inside or tlio sugar in ul.et. 'guisls of tlio Oriihotim management
..ml ll-o npc.Mllous of tlio I ugest '"',' ,l10 " " ' ' u ' ;'
dinlci. 'the letter was willton tol -N-;.- tlio htyoiy of lloiiolnlii
n I..! iirci.cmtU.t ntiil irlvcj tlio ,'"'3 t!,c0 I,,,', 1" --'"-- to the pen
iinvnnlshcd r.tcti. without p.oju- ',,p " l"K''' "fsm.li llrbt-ilaus
.Hie. It was n rutin lnrlnB tlio nrrt 'l"1"!''' iih i...i now ho Im.l cvoiy
vvol In iigiisf leicnliiK lit the Oipheiim. Tlio ni-
"iWio'lsthosleUrRt-looUngeiowd th '" 1,l'!'1 -'"" "' yoiy rwput
in the lower p.irt of Willi Stiert to- m"1 t,lu '" l m,Ul ,I,l,t ll "cr
day Hint ou cui mw. un.l the ex- ts ,,ml 'ithiuei Hie young and tho
ptessltm "I tolil j mi mi' It not ovoii ' ....
i.bid Tho inmirdli.lo cause iif tho Mc, '" B lic-"1 la 'I't-ercil with
dcillne U th-i lower Itiet qu.it itlolis, ,,,le "XIiII.IHohh of Adonis nml tho cd
whlil. nt 10s 2Vlil. is equal to t V&--1 lIttf1 ''" 'rl' 1,llcl ,I,C1 lllia
Wl.j tho Meet ii.uihcl bhoulil havo t'' J0UK8tcrH "'""K wheels i. ml
declined mini ton 0.1. cm Tuesday ,,ho ,,M , " ,"",ru ,ho l,ertcU
to los. ::d on Woil.csd.u Is sonic-1""'1' '" bo so(m " "10 Orplicum
thing nlKiut which there U no icllii- " " , TI, """'" '" K'"'1'- '
hlo li.loiniitlou heie. exiopt 'Muni. ' "'"c ' h bjr',r ",0 1),Ht ,U1,, hKh
ihitlon.1 Hut what the pm tlml.ir "-' liul mtUt c.-r een fm n tea
loiiHin in that llqiil.lntlou w.ih. Ii m,'" " ",0 ,ut''1 tlit-.itrlt l hUirc. iin.l
not ni(iill.n.,l. Itellne.H re.luce.l nil ' ' K0"Ka "ncl ', "'' '"' eiy
the i.rlic-i 10 points lo,li. This lll lhl",K coimoctcl lth tho pioBr.itn Is
...,l icvsult In thch Kcttlnn any moro "r ",0, toi.-imtcli Blau.l.iul. An ovou-ImsliK.-s.
.lohbni. ro not koI.ir to B "f S;'l. ' Icm-cut fun Banuwlih
liu a pound iiioio than they e.m uso c' ,th 'fl"'.nn; o. found at tlio
fmni .l,.v I.. .l,.v. n.,,1 llinv wnnl.l .iv , OrllleUHl CVelJ' IllB)lt.
K.nim n ......niv ... n i .,.,. n,..
t.ittons for Itcllned at times m.iy
helii tho Itnw marltct, for If icllned
Is advanced hk.iIii tho deniand Is
(Continued on Page 5)
, CT .
Tho I.ah ilu.i flume lias been com
pleted, nml now that thin work Iiiih
In en ronipli'tid hy tlio Superintendent
of I'ulille, Winks, thu pi nplo of that
(It.v will lie funilshed with u ast
ainOiiiit inoio of w.ilo- than they piov
tousl hao h id,
TURRILL (IIH' FOR
JOB OF AUDITOR
1'itd Taulll, foimuly uiiiucilud
wllh tho Police di'p u tnic'it, Is now
out for (ho nomination as aullUir on
tho Dcmoci.ilic ticket. I In was .in
lioiiiirlin; this nuiraliiK his iiiliutloii
of iimalaj; for tho (idlco If '10 Kicuro I
tlm uoniluatlon of lit c party.
"I hao been Cluules Koiu " said
Tuuitll, ".ilioiit my cniuliiiiicy for
County Audiloi on tho Rumocrmln
tlikot. Ho told mo that ho would urn
Continued on Patje 2)
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
Wc have a laigc, new stock of thera just in.
Single- and doubh-brcastcd Serges and. Woolens, all
tailored in the latest correct fashion by New York's fore
most clothing house, ,
Stop in and sec thim in our windows,
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Iti'llctln N'cv.sbovs will ntti'iid tliu
Thut Is whv tho
n u 1 1 o 1 1 n
'wants lis nnwKliiDS (n "bco tlio
Ishow." Tho Bhcrirf will undoubted
Mj stispenil tho curfew law for Fil-
d.iy ccii1iir, no that all tlio bojs
may be out after dark, nml get tho
llucbt uciiIiik's nmiiKcnicnt of their
TRIP ON HAWAII
CiOM'inni I'rear will probably
start cm his tour of Inspection of
f tho Island of Hawaii about tho
f Hth of Seplimbcr. shorllv after
-f tho itojt trtura of tho Tactile I'loet
t rrom Hawaiian waters. I.nnd
Commissioner l'intt hi duo In in-
tho lie x-o fioni WhkIiIiikIoii on
September 11th. and oci thliiR -f
t wilt ho In Hhapo for tho tour
f when ho arrives. -t-
f It may also ho that Jlr. New.
f ell. tho U'Clamatlon expert, will
-f bo hero at this tlmo, but it is not -f
pinbiblo that ho will luro bo
much for n trip mi Hawaii, as
tho other Islands will occupy tho -f
Bieatei part of his ntlcutlon. -f
--f-t- -t-t---- -f-- t-
HAWAII AND ITS LABOR
Hiiviui; concluded my Investiga
tion of labor conditions in the Tcr
illory of Hawaii, a few observations
In conncitlmi with no mission may
possibly piovo of Interc3t.
It Is piopor to ktato that tho mnvo-
nent tn thitl end was bet on foot by
the Tcirltoilat Hoard of Immigra
tion, at whooc Imitation I c.imo here.
It Is ti no. lioweer, that my selec
tion was iloiibtli'ss l.uily duo to tho
tcioiiimrndallon of tho IVdoial nil
thoiltles in WiiHlilnKton, for whom
Bccral prolonged InvcstlK.itlons
i.btoad wcro mailo hy me.
Thn time devoted to a enreful,
thoioiiRh, and Impartliil levinw n(
tho Hltiiatlon iniv lend somo decree
of weli;hl lo m remnrKs.
That our hibor piiiblem is, and
will iciualn, a more or less complex
ono appears quite obvious. That its
bolutlou will Involve, tlmo, patience,
nml probably Relf-nhncgatlnn seems
equally bo. It Is, thcieforo, renssur-
Iub tn feel that whatever may bo re
"I want lo proposo tho iiumi of
1'icd Waldroii for Mnor," nlil a bus
iness man to tho II u 11 ctl n this
morning. "A business mayor Is a
good pioposltlon. I lmvo been talk
ing with many of tho active men on
the itrcct and Tied Waldrn.l Ins boon
very generally and most favorably
miutloned I assuiuo that .las. V.
iilm gnu's health will not in iko It pos
i.llilo for him to think of taking office
I'reil Waldion Is iftflrst class man and
ho can win If nominated."
I.. A, Thin ston this tuoinlng sent
In his resignation to finvernor Troar
as a member of tho I'ark Commission.
.Hi'. Thurston states that ho regrets
having to uslgn rrom tho Commis
sion, ns ho has always been greatly
Intel ested In tho work, but his busi
ness interests prevent him from giv
ing It tho proper amount of time and
if you try them, that our COMBINA
TION LURCHES and DINNERS will
suit your requirements as to price
A. Y. CAFE
that wc represent in
surance companies that
are among the most re
liable in the United
Sec us about your
insurance; we make no
charge for a conference.
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J' Arto rsTm m r
us j rutvi oi., iionoiiuu
ARRIVED AT SVDNEV
BY JNO. J. D. TRENOR
quired to attain the desired goal,
nloiiK linos lmvliiR ns their baso tho
perpetuation of American Institu
tions, will be fortlnnailni; without
piotcst nml without hcHltatlon,
II should bo borne In mind that
my fittura work, for which I lmvo en
tered Into u contract, has to do with
hciurltiK such labor as from tlmo to
tlmo may bo nccdid It has no con
nection with tliu small funnel"
Suitable headquarters for the Hu
reau will bo lontr.illy established In
Now Yoik Citv and not at Hills bl
and. While tho cordial cu-opcration
oT tho i'cdernl Bureau of Immigra
tion liar been frcel tendered and
gratefully nrcepted tho work will be
prosecuted Independently by and In
the role Interests of the Territory.
Hxlntlng Immigration laws restrict
l.tho'i-bolliitiillon to within the lim
its of ll'o United Slates Closely fol
lowing tho prescribed path, an earn
est effort to obtain such labor from
A grand concert for tho Moving I'ie-
turn fiitiil ullt tin clvnti ill llin flttoril
House n week from next Saturday
evening The societ) peoplo have bo
coma Interested In this fund with tho
result that .Madame Arrnl has con
sented to sing at tho concert. Mrs. C.
II. Cooper and Mrs. Dr. Huniphris arc
iiiho among uionu wuu uru nemo uiiu
will appear on tho ptogram.
Naw Agricultural College
Structure To Cost
Tho routiact for tho erection of
tho now building for tho Agricultural
College has been awarded, to W. 0.
Chalmers, the lowest bidder. His bid
amounts to 1.1320.
Tho new building when completed
will contain domestic sclcnco rooms,
Mtchcn, store-rooms, offices, botani
cal laboratory, three class-rooms, anil
two offices for teachers,
Tho building will be forty-eight
feet wldo and seventy-eight feet
long. It will bo constructed nt tho
rear of tho present Agricultural Col
lege. The other bidders with their re
spective figures nro as follows: J, II.
Craig, JafiOu; Concrete Construction
Compiny, $15300; Lucas Urbthers,
$4987; II. R Iiertolnmn, I5fi87;
Fred. Harrison. S487G.
Nakauo, u Japanese sailor on boaul
tho steamer Maul, was taken to the
Queen's Hospital this nftcrnnn after
tho steamer in rived. Ilo was tangled
In a rnpo whllo tho vnssol wns taking
on board cattlo nt Kawalhauiand hue.
an arm and a rib brnkon.
John Trlblioy, a woll to-do farmer,
was tnrtmod by Posey county (Ind )
"whlto raps," and Miss Itbsslo Smith,
u woman friend, warned to leavo thu
Prominent theatrical managers mot
in Now York nnd planned to cooper
no with a vlovv to prov eating tho
building of now bouses for which
thoro aro no siiltnbhi attractions.
Ooverniir Hughes of Now York, In a
fctateinent given out nt Saranac, N, Y.,
sns that bo will legard It as a prlv
1 1 ego and dul) lo continue In officii
for nuothei term If tlm people) so do
among those within our borders wl"
bo made. Misgivings ns to tho pos
Elblo non-Amcrlcnnlzlng of the Ter
ritory by tho means outlined may bo
set nt rest by a perusal of tho follow
ing extract f lorn my letter of Instruc
tions. It reads as follows:
"It Is tho ohjcit of this Horn!
to only lend Itself to assist in the
Intioduction of such Kuropciin
labor as Is eligible to citizenship,
and tho funds nro contributed
with tho specific understanding
that they will bo expended boIo
,ly in tho Introduction of u lion
Asiatic class who could and
would eventually become Amer
There Is no ambiguity about this.
There will bo no deviation from-its
Three and a half mouths devoted
exclusively to a survey of conditions
( Continued on Paw 4)
SEATTLE, Wash., Aug. 20. The
damage to the cruiser Colorado ai the
result of the ship running aground
will amount to $18,000. and a
month's time will be required to
make the repairs.
The cruiser Charleston of the Pa
cifio Fleet has been ordered to Ca
vite on October 1.
CLAUBIANES BEFORE JURY
OAKLAND,, Calif.. Aug. 20.
Claudianes, the Greek charged with
dynamiting the house of ex-Super-visor
Gallagher, is before the Grand
MERCED, Calif.. Aug.. 20. For
est fires have broken out in tho
S.S. ALAMEDA, Aug. 26
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
The Lafest and Most Delicious in
novation at our Soda Fountain.
Drug Co., Ltd.
in our boys Watch 'Em Gol
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 S. KINO STREET,
cvnitrv i i! a nn
aXDNC.1, Australia, AUg. M.
The American Fleet has arrived on'
schedule time. Admiral Spcrry and
his officers landed and called on Gov-
ernor uencral Lord Xrtrthcoto and
Governor Rawson. Public concerts,
were given during the afternoon and
The supply-ship Glacier arrived
todav from Suva, where she was sta-
Honed to keep the Fleet in touch
with the cables during the long
cruise from Honolulu to Auckland.
. The .program for tomorrow in
cludes an official dinner nt the
Town Hall and entertainment of sail
ors and marines at luncheon.
BERLIN, Germany, Aug. 20.
The Dross and Parseval balloons
were given a trial cruise today. They
were under excellent control and re
mained in the air for hours,
BATTLESHIPS TO ADEN
COLOMBO. Ceylon. Auir. 20.
The battleships Alabama and Maine
sailed today for Aden, Suez.
TEST CASE SURE
That tho Democratic party will test
tho validity of tho municipal art may
now bo regarded as a certainty, tho
attorney to whom tho matter was re
ferred having reported In favor of
such action to the Central Cmnmltto
of tho party.
It has been further found that, be
sides issuing an Injunction against thu
Issuance of tho C4M for tho munlclpil
election, It will bo necessaiy to Insti
tute mandamus proceedings lo loin
pel tho proper authorities to Issue 11
call for tho election under tho Count)
Act as formerly. As under tho law
tho call for tho County idectlon has
lo bo issued nt least sixty dajs before
tho dato of tho election the Democrats
will havo In take their steps within
the next two vvookB,
Thfs livening Iho Democrats will
hold their meetings for Iho nmnliia-
(Continued on Page 2)
1051 Fort Street.
MING OF PACIFIC
FLEET IS ritCBLEH
Will Colliers Be Used
Here Or Co On To
I'aviinMrr lliirnl'.rger of Uui local
i Naval Ktitfou Is figuiing mi thu mil-
ling of thn Pacific licet vvhllo It Is
! bcie. tho question of w In t!ir any coal
Imm llin .lunllli mill tin. lNifnl. llin
two colliers whirh are mniinc fforo
the ships. Is to in upuihero irw.th-
-i" ,lu i"IHers win go on to coal i'io
llnnl 111 Urllllil I 111 i.lntlllilft (TH-Klttil.! t, .
"" '.".:.," " ' ""-,
It ls tit..niht proinbi, howovcr.
ihat the ciIHuh win go on m Himoi.
Thero Is i Hough coil lion lor opera-
lions, both while tho ihlps aio goln,;
' iuln8. bllo llii-ri? is probably
not ni-irl) enough for Hie p.irposo at
tho S.I moan sta'ion III firt In euro
tho flut did not coil hi'i. il would
require! -ill of lu.unn tons for I ho t-lilps
on irrlral at K.imo i.
Of (oiirtp. nolhlnc like this amount
would li" liken on m i.im they eeullj
nt nil Ihrt'ii stops, beie goln.out, lit
Hamoi, and ngiln heio In coining
Still, there will bo a rnhhldcralilo
ninoiiut of eoil to b" put ubo.ird here.
.mid If It Is to enmc out or tho Bhedfl
I altut'i tlier Mr llouiborger would llko
I to know of I' bo that In can lmvo It
I mil cm the docks waltln'; for t!u slitm
when they pulv.?. As a luattcr iif
fact, thu job of remlllig Inlf n dozen
j big ships at mice', In llin harbor, pro-
Fciiln Its proirems, mid preparations!
for thu work will bo begun us boon art
Tho coming of tho colliers
; ralte.s tboi'll
' all of tlniifij
n....ulln.. nlun ..u ... .. ln.lll.tp
ii. ni.ui. tun., tin ti. .ii.vi.ivi ,.,. ... '".',l(i
Blilpi will bo here, or somo will ''"'iTfeV'
at another point ns was donu In HioWSl
enso of tho Atlantic I leet.
COLFAX, Wash., Aug. 20. Six
children were burned to death hero
today and two seriously burned.
Their heme took Pre while their pa-
rents were ausent.
AT PEARL HARBOR
Tho boring work at 1'c.ul Ilmbor U
bilug 1I0110 Tiry clmii8tlvel by tlio
lVdcril people. In fact, tlio foimer
borings did not bigln In approach liu,'3
present In amount at any point, nnd
In homo places where) thoro was for
merly sunk one holo, 17 ir 18 aro now
being put ilown In fuel, oil emu smalt ,
point win 10 Iheio wcro n fow holuri
foriuerlv, ;s:! luvo now la uu bond, n
this Is 0110 of the placet! whiro tho
I l'edc 1 al euglnicrs aio figuring on cul
ling in to mako tlio eliiiiuel HtrnlgliL
j Tlio work js In progress mid 1111 vt
recants uiu con-uui'icii paiu.ii.
Jnnics Thompson, tho popular clerk
of thu Hupromu Court, Is ul present
taking his summer vacation.
Call 3fil or II, day or night, for
Manuel K. Itlelmrds In tils now Trank-
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