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K. 4 EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLPLTJ, T. II., WRDNK9PAY, NOV. 11, 1003 .
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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PEESS,
VVnllttoe R. Parrlnjjton,
Per Moolh, anywbtfe la I) fi
Per Quarur, aigrwhw f In U S.
Par Yew, anvAbic taU 3.
ttr Vut, puupAiJ, foreign,
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
F SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE m ADVANCE. n UAnvrrrn cT Elpae, Bf nBr, on Machinery: Vil8ffi& ISB SI3f, I I II E ifl1MiH.JUi V UVU
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I Editorial Rooms, - 185
If Director Newell can Bucceed In
olvliiK the Kapaa land problem ha
villi hao accomplished more than ,
Governors Carter and Frear, or even
Tho dethronement of Gompcrs
from the presidency of tho American
Federation of Labor would seem to
Le a natural sequence of the recent
Our next President, Sir. Taft, Is
already looking forward with pleas
ure to the good that he can do for the
Philippines. Did anybody hear a
whisper nbout Hawaii?
Mr. Hotline will probably glvo an
other exhibition here of his volcano
moving pictures. Why not let tho
people of tho other Islands nlho have
a chanco to tea our llfeliko repro
duction of their gicat natural phe
nomenon? Hon. Land Law Cohen may look
forward to n Beat In tho Legislature
for life It ho can only succeed In
getting a land law patsed that will
please everybody, or establishing n
system of taxation that all will con
Another largo wharf for Honolulu
Is a sign of confidence In tho city's
commercial future. It Is, moreover,
a fulfillment of tho predictions made
by Mr. 11. F. Dillingham more than
twenty years ago. Ho has always
been tho most optimistic business
man on these Islands, and must now
feel a certain amount of pride at see
ing his forecasts of Honolulu's growth
While Delegate Kuhlo polled 742
votes less, this J ear, on tho Island
of Hawaii than In 190G, It seems to
have been overlooked that his voto
In tho Second Representative Dis
trict fell away by more than half.
Furthermore, In that district ho was
actually defeated by Notley, whoso
vote was G1!G to Kuhlo's 139. This
was the district, by tho way, In
which Atkinson, Deshn, and Holstcln
all predicted that tho Delegate was
Tho Federal fiovcrnment is in a
fair way to solve tho small-farm prob
lem In Hawaii. Sending us more
troops, cavalry, employing only
American labor, In quantities far
larger than wo havo been accustomed
to, will crcato a demand for more
farm products. Both men and horses
cat, and It Is but natural to supposo
that tho soli of Hawaii will produce
a certain proportion of what Is need
ed If wo can get tho farmers to grow
It and.thcy can secure tho land. To
a certain extent tho difficulties of
finding a market will thus bo over
come. TIFT'S LABOR VI1WS.
So much has been said regarding
Mr. Taft'B nttltudo toward labor that
tho following, from a speech deliv
ered In Maryland, will bo of Inter
"I had laid down tho prlnclplo
that a man might leavo tho employ
of Ills omployer; that he could not
be enjoined to Btay In his employ;
that ho might unlto with lila follow
workmen In a strike nnd .embarrass
his employer; that he might unlto In
nn association, and ought to do bo,
in order to bo on nn equality with
his employer; that ho might appoint
officers and have thoso officers advise
them and mako a failure to obey tho
officer an occasion for being excluded
from tho association; that they might
levy assessments and creato a fund
to sustain men In a btrlko; but that
they may not Injure the proporty of
an employer, unlawfully Injure his
business by a secondary boycott, iu-
'olvlng third porbons who havo noth
' log to do with tho controversy.
"Under these limitations I assert
that the tremendous growth of trades
unionism, their usefulness and aid
to their members, their usefulness to
assist In bringing about peaceable
trado .agreements, havo all been built
( up on tho foundation of law as I
explained it nnd laid It down in the
Arthur case and In subsequent cases
'that I decided. Instead o( being call-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Pr SI Moulin S .Bo
Per Vear, aurhcrr lu U S I.oo
Pel Year, atijrwlitre in Canada. .. I.flo
Per V.ar potipaM, (ore Ieo 3.oo
Office, - 256
fcnirrcd at the I'ostoffice at Honolulu
a HKohtl eras nutter.
cd nn enemy of labor, therefore, 1
oiisht at least to be rewarded ns tho
Instrument In aid of labor In having
laid down the law hlch has thus en
abled them to grow to such a period
"Hut theso combinations of labor
that ought to bo encouraged, that
are necessary to cnablo labor to ns
scrt Its rights In Its necessary con'
trocrsy with capital, have nn enor
mous power both for good and for
evil, just exactly tho same as tho
combinations of capital have an cnor
mous power both for good and far
evil, and no rjmpnthy that you may
hue with the prosperity of tho
country and the necessity for combi
nation of capital ought to make, jou
sympathize with the Illegality and
attempted monopoly, of capital on
the one hand, and no sympathy that
jou liac with struggling labor on
the other ought to mako you sympa
thize with tho unlawful methods
when It resorts to unlawful methods
on the other side."
(Continued from Paze 1)
od that tlicro was no possibility of
John Harly, tho alleged leper, coming
to .Molokal. Tho Federal Government
has not tho right to dump lepers hero
Pcsldcs, tho first Intimation that any
ono was to bo sent to tho settlement
from tho mainland that tho Board of
Health received was when the clip
ping was snown tins morning by a
At Charlotte N. C, a mob of 2,000
persons pursued a negro captured on
suspicion of having attacked Pearl
Tucker, a 16-year-old girl, who was
picking corn In a field. An automobile
was used by Chief of Pollco Bogcr to
savo tho prisoner.
Awaking In his buggy socral mllos
from home, William Pahs, a farmer of
Laporte, Ind , found a Btranger whom
ho had asked to ride, missing, with
all his money, Jewelry and trousers.
Pahs could not toll when he fell to
One acre and a half in choice fruit
trees. New house, modern in every
particular. This property will yield
four or five hundred dollars annually
from fruits already planted. Owner
has authorized us to sell at bargain
price to bona fide purchaser.
Three furnished houses in good lo
cations. Particulars at our office.
Corner Fort and Merchant Btreetx
to friends on airiviiu; or departing
steamers. Rates are low.
1 3C JvSm&2$wwf;r
On HACKFELD ST.
above Normal School
two bedrooms elec
tric lights gas
servants' quarters and
stable large grounds
and wide view of har
bor and city. Price
$40 per month. :: ::
Sjiud mk LoM '
COUNTY MIGHT HAVE
TO DIG UP DAMAGES
Hitch In Erection Of
That tho erection of tho Intor-lsl
and Company's proposed coal hopper
and railway nt tho Bishop street Blip
might cause tho County trouble,
should any accidents result from the
operation thereof, Is tho opinion of
Deputy County Attorney Mllvcrton
He has submitted tho following legal
opinion on the subject, which will bo
presented to tho Board of Supervisors
at Its meeting this evening:
"In rcsponso to a communication
under date Oct. 2, 1908, from D. Ka
lauokalanl, Jr., County Clerk, for an
opinion relative to a coal railway and
I hopper at tho Bishop street slip, Ho
nolulu, constructed by tho Intcr-lsl-
nnd steam Navigation company, i
would advise you that In my opinion
tho County of Oahu would bo legally
liable for damages caused through
nccldcnt or otherwise arising from
the operation over ono of tho public
streets of tho coal railway and hop
per, particularly If such coal railway
and hopper as operated were danger
ous and llnblo to cause accident.
'I believe, however, that tho Coun
ty could be protected In tho matter
by tho giving by tho Inter?lslnnd
Steam Navigation Company of an In
'TIS MURDER, SAYS
Imulcbl N'akamoto, tho husband of
the Japancso woman who was found
dead with bcr throat cut nt tho Han
ford resldcnco a couplo of days ago,
has been arrested and Is at present
being held for Investigation, tho pjUco
suspecting that ho may havo killed
tho woman. At tho coroner's Inquest
held last night Captain Splllncr and
his daughter testified that on tho
evening of tho ovent they had scon
n Japaneso enter tho Sanford house,
leaving it a fow minutes inter In a
suspicious manner. Doth theso wit
nesses picked out Nnkamoto as the
man whom they had seen, ho Jury
tendered a onllct of murder by nn
Judgo Lindsay's Court:
In ro Mercedes Buggs; habeas cop
Judgo De Dolt's Court:
Cardoza vs. St, Antonio Society.
Judgo Dolo's Court:
Illicit distilling cases continued.
The Wetkly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newe of the day.
NEXT MONDAY, NOV.
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
(Continued from Pjzc 3
It is tlonlitlw) gratifying to tho individual in lie nlieail of
every one else, but results of moment nvc obtained when tbo
community is lending nil other communities in ill own inr
tictilnr line, nnd this can only bo done by exchange of idea1',
and accurate reports of results, thus spurring Ihe individuals
to increased efforts, and by reason thereof raising (lie general
nvcrngo of excellence.
Extract of report on Machinery:
The sugar produced in tho Hawaiian islands during Ibc
season just closed leprcseiits tho largest output in tho history
of the industry, and this increased pioduetion has untiit iill.
called for n corresponding increase in the capacity as well as
in tho ellicieney of the factories and machinery for handling
same. " -y ,( jity'tl
Tho following tabulated statement sets forth tho si.e of tho
mills in n few of our factories handling tho largest crops, to
gether with tho amount of raw sugar produced in each, during
tho 1007-100S season: '
Hawaiian C. & S. Co. . .2 ni'VTS" J 2 llif
Oahu Sugar Co 1 .1
Ewa Plantation Co.. .
Wnialun Agrieult'l Co.
3'ioneer Mill Co
Irani Agricultural Co..
Hawaiian Sugar Co...
1 :J1".72" OHM.
,2 :U"x00" OHM.
Honolulu Plnnt'n Co.
, .1 :U".72" OHM.
Oiiome.1 Sugar ( V 1 :t2"xlitl" 0 KM .
Olaa Sugar G 1 H l".78" 0 KM .
The tons of enne ground per hour, per foot of roll, together
with tho extraction and dilution, at tho above mills, during
tho months of April, 31 ay and .lune, 1U0S, averaged as follows:
Oahu Bugar Co l-3478-12
Wnlalua Agr. Co 1-31x78-12
II. C. & S. Co 2-3 1x78-12
rioncer Mill Co 1-34x72-0
Olaa Sugar Co 1-34x78-9
Onomoa Sugar Co l-32xGi a
Hawaiian Sugar Co. ..1-31x78-12
Ewn Plantation Qi. ...2-31x78-9
Maul Agr. Co 2-3txCfi-9
It will bo noted that tho highest average extraction was at
tho Hawaiian Sugar Company's .Mill, showing or.:i, with a
dilution of H. The quantity of eano ground per hour was,
however, tho lowest of tho twelve-roller mills 5.5!) Ions of
eano per lineal foot of roll and this accounts for the high
Jt will al"0 bo noted that tho Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Company's !MilI, with 7,07 tons of eano per lineal foot of roll
per hour passing through the rolls, obtained tin aver.igo ex
traction of 04.70&, with lJl.lS dilution, this dilution being
exceptionally low, considering tho quantity of eano ground per
SHRINERS PABADE TO BE
A BARE MUSICAL TREAT
The Shrlners will havo their do
ings Saturday afternoon and on tho
sanio ecnlng nnothor attraction will
take placo in tho form of n rare mu
blcal concert nt tho Hawaiian Opera
Houso participated In by tulcntcd
Hawallans. Ono of these Is Mr.
Henry X. Claik, a young Ilnwallau
with n magnificent barltono; also
Madame Alapal, tho Hawaiian prima
donna; Hllzabcth Kcala, tho mezzo
soprano, nnd Prof, Krnest Knals Ha
During tho short Intermissions nt
tho cenlng, tho Kanl orchestra will
show to udvantage. Tho participants
In tho entertainment, aro showing n
keen Interest, and tho nianaBenic.it
feels confident of tho cxcellenco of
tho program. A glee club from Maul
under the direction of Mr. 'William
Dowlln Is to bo one of tho attrac
tions, and locnl clubs will tako part.
Tho soloists will tnke tho opportunity
to present tomo of tho lato popular
music. This concert will be a con
tinuous stream of beauteous harmony
As an article of
You want an umbrella that
looks smart, one that shows
both in fabrio and in make,
style, and workmanshin; one
that you are nroud to carry
even when you "just think it
SUCH am to be found at
H. F. Wichman & Co.
'J'onn of Sugar
1".7S" 1 2 1W
Yotn ol Cane
(irounJ rr Hour
it I. fit
3 1. SI!
from beginning to cud and tho pio
reeds will go to tho benellt of the
Heservcd seals at llergstrom Music
Co , at popular prices.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 10, 1008,
Y Tnl.akuua et al to Y Ausal..llH
A I.cwls and wf to Mary (1 Swift. .1)
Lono Mockslug nail lisb et al by al
ly to Kalel H JVnlau 1 1
S Ahml to Clilng Chow 1'A
Geo A Martin to Hank of Hawaii
Chin Kgoo Shing to I.al 1'lug Hoon
Alt Yong & Co Co P I)
Nancy K Malonc to Jiinics II Cas
Isidore Itoblustcin to Chas W
Elizabeth K Iloulli nnd hsb to
Charlotto I) I Stecio U
Charlotte I) 1 Stccro and hsb to
Wstn & Hnwn Ihvst Co Mil. . . .M
Entered for Record Nov. 11, 1908,
Papala and hsb ct al to V A
in Honolulu are good dressers, as n rule. They know
that clothes DO mike an impression, one way or another,
CLOTHES are maie in correct style by Stein-Bloch,
Know-How Tailon. Theie is no shoddy work in our
suits, no misfitting.
Before you pay n high price for indifferent tailor
ing, step in at our store and try on a suit.
SENOR DOW ENRIQUE 0.
DE LA MADRID.
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COVERNDR OF CO
Senor Don Knrlqito O. do la Madrid,
Governor of tho fitato of Collma, v. rites
Collma, January 9, 190).
Honor Dr. H. II, Hartntnii,
Columbus, Ohio, V. H. A.
Dear HIr : This l to Inform j oil thai,
ha lug used j-our medlclno, I'criinn, for
fiuno of tho lll.i th.it this mcdliiiio Is
mado to rare, I havo obtained tho licsl
results, and for this rc.iixiM (In nut hcsl
tato to strongly recommend It as very
cftvctlroln Its results. ,
Yours very truly,
v.. o. ir.ij.vMAtmn.
There nro a host of petty aliments
which aro tho direct result of the
This Is more truoof tlincxccFslvo heat
of summer nnd tho Intense rulil of w In
ter, but Is partly true of nil seasons of
Whether it bo a cold or a cough, ca
tnrrh of tho head or bowel complaint,
whether thollrcrbonffcrtiilor tho Md
rieyn, the causo Is very liable to bo tho
Tho weather slightly deranged tho
mucous membranes of tho organs nnd
tho result is fume functional disease.
l'cruna linn beconio a standby In thou
sands of homes for minor ailments of
The following wholcsalo druggist
wilt supply tho retail tia-le:
Dcnson, Smith & Co.,
Chickens or Geese
OrdSr Now for THANKSGIVING.
Wo have received our
OF ALL KINDS.
BABY WALKERS, GO-CARTS, AND
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT ST. TELEPHONE 10.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
gSJ""For Sale" card at Bulletin.
CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS,
w rixiixg !M.axeritu
AND OTHER GOOD THINGS
Thos. G-. Thrum.
1033 F0HT ST.
When you nrc contemplating
your dinner for this one day
in the year when your dinner
puts the finish to it and juo
vitks n subject for which you
should be thankful, remember
our old-fahioncd Fumpkin
Pics with the crisp and flakey
crusts. The pumpkin piled in
so thick that your thoughts'
revert to New England. Place
HOTEL ST. near TOUT ST.
- -s Vn
hen ou get
Our 525, suits
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Delivcied to residences
and offices nt 25c per
hnudicd in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
C. 0. Hottcl is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat. O.V.S.
Wc Lave just Rot in our an
nual nssorlmcnt o' EXCELS
IOR mid ROYAL diaries.
They arr in nil sizes, and
bound in cloth and lottlicr.
Hawaiian News Co.,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
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