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EVENING! BULLETIN. nONOLTJMJ, T. II.. WEDNKSDAY, OCT. 14 lOOS.
I Evening Bulletin
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At lzu Aing street, uoaoiuiu, Territory of Hawaii.
(Daily every da; except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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Wallace R. Parrlnuton, - - Editor
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Entered At Id? PcMtoflice nt Honolulu
at r'-ciiikI cla mttlrr.
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14,
It mid Iip tli.it Thwlng la getting Is iihiic III line with ntilct hypocrisy
tint or It nil he expects free nilver- iiml the ultl-nt)Iu Jcstiltlml Idea than
Using, nil) thing else.
- To suggest that imy conimnnlly of
Dc'inociiitic Joy Is measured utile!) lciel-hcadcd men will ondorto such n
liy the iiiength tit the split-ticket roconl ns that of Thwlng tuul latil.ea
lllOMUU'Ul - 111 lUU ItUllUllliCUll lilUIVC.
Tho Count) Comnilttee has sue
t coded In Loue)lng the Idea that
Kara I not desired. Tims the man
ngois hale Kept faith. The buslncs3
tit tho hour Is to elect the ticket.
In. the Iwilol-milo nrtalr is prcposter-
Buy a Lot at KaimuK1
Not too far fiom
ear Hue on 12lh
Ae ; 100 x IS1);
p.u lly c 1 u n r -cil;
One halt block
from tar lino; 75.x
eilj good lcw ot
mountains u n d
sea; in n c a tt,a in
Btreet; 12th Ave.
Two blocks from
car line; lOOxinu;
good iov of city;
Iiaitly cleared ;inii
t'.idaiu street jllth
Won't hae to bo
told that these uru
gie.it bargains. If
ou urn looking
for Knlmuhl prop
erty, see us. TlltJO
are no better lots
tut tho summit of
the hill nt any
i:ntuple Is better than piccopti
whin It tomes to a discussion of high
'inoial Bt.infl.utR The people Justly
Mieer when tho dot trine Is preached
hy those Known foi their vicious practises
federal law pieents thote In
ehaige of public works from employ
JAPANESE LABOR AGITATION.
It Is surprhliu' Indeed to llutl tho
merchants of Hie Japanese tolony ta
king ti prominent part In the rune
nient and agitation mining the .lap
nnese lnboiom for an Immediate ad
vance of wages on tho sugar plnnta-
Kxpeilcncc has proied the world
oer that business does not thrive on
labor agitation, and the llrst to sur
fer fiom a seilotm friction between
TROUBLES EXAGGERATED BY
Ing additional laborers during the jeapitai ami iiiuiir is me leinn mci
tlxty d.t)3 preceding a National clec-cl,lin'- ,f tllu Present discussion is
tlon. Might 11 not be well for tho jcarrlcil to the extiome, which Is al
Tcrrltnn of Hawaii mid Its Counties "' possible, the llrst man to bo
to adopt this title In tonncctlon with , plnclictl. outside tltoso directly In-
local eleitlons' iMUii'd, is too nieieiittui ttie otisi-
uess man whose tucc.o$s is ticpcniicnt
solely upon pleasant relations be
tween the worl man in tho Held and
Wo assume that the ngltntlon for
increased wnges Is tho lesult of tor
tain Japanese playing upon the prej
udlccs of the laboiers, picturing to
them tho control they haio on tho la
bor situation by reason of their num
bers mid the (essallou of Immigra
tion from Japan. The movement In
fact Is to inako a dlsplny of power
before which plantation men will suc
cumb. There can bo but one result tiou-
"i:.NI!AC,EI) HAWAIIAN'S TO
nuirr j.i'ANi:sn lauoiumis' IN
VASION." "Tioublo Stnrts When Application
Is Made to Urect it New Labor Camp
lit l-'ushlouublu District In Honolulu."
This is tho headline in a California
paper setting forth In large typo what
might appear to the casual mainland
leader as news of u ery serious In-! bio.
leinutlonal difficulty In full swing Tills will be profitable to no one,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
"As I said lit my speech at Aala,
I'aik, counliy tomes flist, paity sec
ond, ns a matter of course.
"This l)Oi:S NOT MUAK that
PARTY should ho IUNOUKD or that
the VOTKIl should select from tho
i)iiti:iu:nt pautu:s tho iii:st
mi:n vii:vi:d as individuals.
"PAltTli:S AUi: NCCKSSAIIY and
DnsntAiii.i: in m:pin:siiNTATivi:
"Team work is essential to accom
plish practical results. Accordingly
In polities as well as business It Is
often necessary to select and vote for
men who by working together can ac
complish desired lesults even though
they are not men who might be pre
fened ns Individuals.
"Of couisc, thcro may bo men on
tho party ticket who should not bo
voted for cither for tho good ot tho
country or party, but Just where tho
lino should be drawn Is a matter tor
within this city.
The attlclo which this heading In
troduces bears a Honolulu date Uuo
It will be expensive) to ovciyone. The
laboter, tho merchant, and tho cm
plo)crs will suffer in tho ordfr nam-
Improvement Club Tells
Him Of How He
IMIlor i: v o n 1 il b II u 1 1 c 1 1 n ;
As one of tho Committee of tho Ka
ahumanu Improvement Club who call
ed on tho She! Iff on Monday nfter-
,110011 In connection with tho Maklkl
tenement house mailer, I would lc
Bpectfully nsk you to allow me spaco
for a few words In leply to tho btalo-
,melit niiido by Sheriff Iaukea In last
.veiling's II u 1 lot In .
The committee waited on tho Sher
iff simply for the puipoo ot lequcst
lug him to carry out what we liellev-
,cd to be his duty In regard to tho en
forcement of tho ordinance lecently
passed by tho Hoard ot Supcrvfsois,
and had not the remotest Idea of do-
liiKjtn) thing to nrejudlco the Sheilft
In tho c)cs of his tonstittients In tho
coming election. Wo believed that
ns tho ordlnnnco was being flagrantly
and notoriously violated, that It wns
the duty of tho Sheilft to arrest thosa
who were violating the ordinance and
not make It Incumbent on tlin prop
erty-holders of the Maklkl dlstilct to
llrst swear out a complaint. If. lu
the opinion of the Sheriff, wo erred In
our view of tho matter, nil ho need to
have said, to tho committee was that
he did nut agree with them and would
therefore liuvo to decline to comply
with our request, but Instead ho be- I
came Breaiiy cxcitcu, anil assumed an
altitude, which clearly showed that
ho thought tho committee was theio
Blniply for tho purpura of getting nfl
er his political scnlp, thereby Insult
ing tho committee and causing them
to leave In disgust.
In conclusion, Mr, lMltor, It sceim
to tho ( writer that tho manner In
which tho Sheriff caw lit to treat n
committee of citizens In regard to this
tenement house question, was entire
ly uncalled for, and will do more to
Injure Ills chances of re-election ns
Sheriff than anything else he rould
have tloue, for. nfter his nctlon of laH
Monday nflornno'ii, proporty owners
and voters will realize moro than over
the necessity of haling some one in
tho office of County Sheriff who will
nt least be civil in the discharge ot
ills official duties and who will not bo
nfrnld to enfotcc the laws aB they
stand on the statute books.
JAMKS h. McI.HAN.
Honolulu, October 14, 1908.
Always Take a Tew Doses of Pc-ru-iia.
It Is Dangerous to Nesileet a Cold.
Mr. (leoriio A. Nlchot.i', 7(1 Wellington strett, I.iuncoMon, T.ismanl
(Australia), Is a prominent grocer, having boon In tho business about 18
years. Ho writes as follows :
"I have on several occasions, when afflicted villi a cough or cold,
used l'oruna with tho bast of results, I bcllovo It to bo a splendid remedy
lor such' ailments."
Willi mmW"' '" pifilim
ilk I IK HflH
William v vwf W&mMfmiffii
wiiw . ; jW.
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G. Thrum.
1063 FORT ST.
"A LAItnr. per cent.
L i. i
THWJNG AND IAUKEA.
VMmCTs TP licrf f
ami tells tho story of tho contest to j oil. Tho leputntlou of the Jnpancso
bar n Japanese tenement house fioniIn Hawaii will bo Injured nt a. tlmo
tho Maklkl dlstilct. - - --"
Tho whole thing is it fair sample ot i
how tho scaro Japaneso stories bo
louie cm rent and lire ox.tgeiated as
the )arn gains distance from tho
Mono of hostilities."
Tho only "enraged Hawallnnu'VJhli
('oiiiniunlty has known in connection
with the incident are those attending
the conference with Sheriff Iaukea
when that gentleman was asked to
en force the law.
It would bo for the benefit of all
concerned It tho people of tho main
land could bo constantly Impressed
with ilitj fact thnt Honolulu some
times becomes nroused, the Japanese,
like all other nationalities, are glen
iibboltito equality under the law.
Japaneso happened to bring this
matter to a focus, but the point at
issue is tho cheap lodglng-houso In
tho resldenco district, regardless
who runs It.
A BARGAIN AT KALIHI. Lot
76x100. New House of three bed
rooms. PRICE, $2,000. Twenty-five
per cent, less than cost of property
one year ago.
' ' Vi "
PUNAH0U DISTRICT. Several
good properties ranging in price from
Timing thinks or says ho thinks
Sheilrt Iaukea has not had fair
Thwiiig lias become so well known
in tho town that his say-so Is dis
counted tit nearly one hundred per
Tho fact is tbnt Sheriff Iaukea has
lit en treated with tho utmost consid
eration. Admitting, for the sake, of
argument, that he did nut know who
Mr. Isol was at the time ho signed a
noto for tho one hundred Iwllel dol
lais horiowod from him, Iaukea on
Ills own testimony did gain a knowl
edge nt who this Mr. Isol wns u shoit
time after the noto was given. Tho
icrord also shows that notwithstand
ing tills knowledge, Iaukea did not
take vlgoious steps to have tho loan
placed in other hands until ho learn
ed that Hreckons knew of tho trans
action. Asldo fiom this Is tho testimony ot
Iaukea and his associates that ho wa3
not personally In favor of the enforce
ment of paitlculnr laws against Iwi
lef, but the "missionaries" Bald It
intiBt bo dono so he did It. Not by
force of' peisonnl conviction or inl
tlatho, but becnuso tho "missionar
ies" thought It, pioper. This la what
Tliwlng. speakliiK ns n nilssionnry,
probably calls high moral standard
The position which ThwInB takes
JIAN0A' VALLEY. Choice build
ing lot on East Manoa Road, two
minutes from car line; good marine
view. PRICE, S1.000.
when the Interests of nil concerned
demand that eicry effort bo mndo to
pi event the inUuiiderstandlugs that
invaiiably follow labor agitations.
Conditions arc such that nn upheaval
ot this chaiactcr cannot fall to at
tract widespread attention nutl tho
danger of cxnggeiatlou Is very, great.
Japaneso laborcis cannot with
truth make tho char go thnt they hao
not lecclvcd the utmost considera
tion. The wages paid nre of a good
standard, and tho many things duno
to make the plantation homes moio
comfortable and give the children ev
eiy advantage should not bo viewed
Tho rate of wages must be deter
mined by the general orngo of bov
cr.il jc.il s. Tho sea 6on Just past has
been an especially good one. Of the
coming jears no one can tell, but it
.Is reasonably certain that If agita
tion Is nvolded the plantations will
bo ublo to maintain the present wngo
during the lean mid fnt years. This
Is fur better for tho woihman than
to become embioiled in an agitation
which might or might not force tho
wages up, but would ccrtulnly neces
sitate a revision at tho first prospect
of a low prlco of sugar in tho world's
Taking It all In all, the present Is
tho proper tlmo for tho Japaneso
woikmou to let well enough nlonc -unless
they nro determinedly set upon
making trouble for Hawaii.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Enleted for Record Oct. 13, 1903,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Will K Planer to Hank of Hawaii
von Hamni-Youug Co Ltd to (Ico S
Albeit 1' Judd to Elizabeth 1) liob
son i AM
Hllzabetli II Itolvsnn to II DIslIioIT AM
Knhuo (k) to Win Hnkiiolo I)
Entered for Record Oct. 14, 1908,
From ft a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
John IC Knpall mid wf to Ihiimn
Kst of M A Ilego by tr to Mary M
ot chronlo ali
ments begin with a neglected cold.
A cold pioducc congestion of soma
Internal organ. Tho congestion at last
Incomes chronlo and organic disease, is
When an organic dlscao liecomes
thoroughly cstahllxhcd, It Is absolutely
Incurable. Thus It Is dangerous to
negleit a cold.
A remedy should alwayn bo nt hand
(bat can lie rolled upon to promptly ro-
novo a com.
Thcro Is no better romody'ln tho world
for this purpoo than l'onmu, which hns
boon In uso for a great many years.
It has been tho standby In a multitude
of homes as a remedy for colda, cough
anil catarrhal allmcnU of summer and
MR. GEORGE A. NICHOLAS.
Wo win glvo a few specimens of ths
many testimonials xvo liavo received
from (HfTerent parts of llio -world as to
tho clUcacy of I'eruna as a remedy tor
"I contracted a severe cold, and be-
Icamoatlllctcdwltliabad cough. 1 begin
taking Pcrunn. In a short time my
cough mid coid were gone." Mr. Louis
Monpetlt, ail Kt. KUraboth Axe., 8t.
Henry, Montreal, Canada.
'I haxo recclx-ed great benefit from
I'eruna, and hopo to seo It In my coun
try, Cuba. Tho homo protected by
I'eruna is f rco from catarrh." Mr. .Toso
I. Soler, President Cuban 1'rtilt Co.,
2018 Jerome Ave., Now YorlcCltv, N. Y.
Mr. L. C. ripg, 20-J-l V.. Marshall nt.,
Ulchmoiul, Vlrglnfu, U. S. A., writes,
thai xvhenover ho gets a cold I'eruna
urlves it out or nut system.
Tho following xvholcsalo drug-) nc,..u exitftt e nn HONOLULU,
gists will supply tho retail tiadef "&N80N. SMI1I1 ft CO., 1IAWAII
' L'" '' .---IT- 'T" ' ' ' .... i lina.-. 14,
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE BOOMS
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13, "The Little Minister"; Wednesday. Oct. 14, "The
Confessions of a Literary Pilgrim" ; Thursday, Oct. IS, "Dr. Luke of the
Labrador"; Saturday, Oct. 17, "King Henry VIII'". Season tickets for
the course may he obtained at Bcrgstrom Music Company, Wall, Nichols
Co., K. W. Perkins' Mudio, and the iiilonaiia Art League.
We have several applications for
furnished houses from responsible
panics, ii you nave a lumisueu or
unfurnished house for rent, consult
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Telegraph Message makes short work
of the distance between Islands,
TRY IT j RATES ARE LOW!
Mrs. Howard Could flics nflldiivlt
charging husband with lilting dclcct-
Ivo who offered bribe for fnlso testi
nrclyn Nculilt makes public state
ment about Mrs. "William Thaw mak
ing her xvnik.
Meals scried at nil hours at tho
Now Digland Bakery, Hotel stieet.
W L Stitrdovant of Sft Louis writes
to Pichlilent showing (lovernor Huh
kcll mlsicpresentcd his connection
with Cieek Indian land.
Atioinc) II. L. Corcon makes no de
fciito at hearing on churgo of having
compounded n felony.
Miijw i:. K. Taylor of Alameda, nt
tor row with council oxer tax rate,
says ho Is tiled of olllceg,
Kio room modem cottage, with
basement and bath, built In 12 bonis.
LJ 'J1L-J ig
WE BEGIN A
;yij tu jktf ;:tm icr
ix 3 ratal, , jrvijpsu
t . - ,i
' m , V 0 '
Table Covers, Etc.;
Next Monday, Oct. 12
Have You Noticed Our Line
You'll be surprised at tho
Elegance of these' goods.
Each piece is DIFFER
ENT IN DESIGN and the
PRICES are very REASON
ABLE. Leading Jewelers.
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
First-Class Furniture Store
134 Bcrctania near Fpri St.
WIN THE PEOPLE
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST PRICES.
Coyne Furniture Co.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St: near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
THIS BEAUTIFUL WALL
FINISH IS SUPERIOR TO
ALL OTHERS FOR BEAUTY,
ECONOMY, AND DURABILI
TY. A few pounds will cover a
room, and make it look as
clean and fresh as it ever was.
Have your painter use it.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
A Specialty is made of repairing
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
QI""For Rent" cards on sale at
When you gt
us to make
Our $2C. suiti
GEO. A. MARTIN.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and toil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei: Tel. 430.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Nothing9, unless that name
has been made to stand for
"Stein-Blocn" on a suit
means that it has been carefully and
correctly tailored from pre-shruhk-material
by the greatest collection of
tailors in the United States.
Come and try a try-on you'll see
what we mean.
M. MCIMERNY, Ltd., Fori and Merchant