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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 30, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING IJUMiETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDAY, APRIL .10, 1D0D.
will begin on
Monday, May 3
Sec particulars in
and Sunday's Advertiser.
KUHIO TALKS ON
RACE PROBLEM OF
Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Eerctania Sts.
opposite Fire Station.
I.os ngoles. April 21 "ABlat-
t les now mo great aids to Ihe do-
4- vclopmcnt of Hawaiian rcsoiiices,
Imt ten years from now they will -f
f liavo become, n menace."
f So says J. Kiililo Kalatilnnuolc,
lictter known as "I'rlnco Cupid,"
Huwallan delegnlo to Congress, 4
4 now nt tlio Hotel Alexandria. 4
4 "Huwallnns and Americans will 4
4 not work In tlio field ns laborers," 4
4 nald lie, "and ho Asiatic nro the 4
4 only means tlio Hawaiian capital- 4
4 Ists liavo of developing tlio Is- 4
4 lands. If tlio American tariff wcro 4
4 higher It would result In tlio 4
4 Americanizing of Hawaii, li'it ns 4
4 It Is, nil encouragement possllilo 4
4 to many nationalities lias been
4 Riven, without Its resulting In nth-
er tlian nn Influx of Asiatic labor.
4 In ten jears Hawaii will have to
4 faco tlio problem of dealing with
4 the children of tlio Asiatics.
4 Theso children now nro In the
4 majority In the schools, and when
4 they liecomo of ago tliey will ho 4
4 citizens. What will we do with 4
4 them then? 4
4 "I liavo nothing against tlio Asl- 4
4 atlca, but that Is tlio problem. 4
4 At prcRPiit they nro not n menace, 4-
4 except that thoir presence In tho 4
4 Islands does not tcml toward tho 4
4 Americanization of tho Territory. 4
4 So Ions as they will keep their 4
4 places as servants and laborers 4
4 wo can uso all wo can But upon 4
4 tho plantations." 4
4-4 4 444-4-44 4 444 444-4-
Co-Operative Loan Plan
Is Not Favored By
Tho meeting of tho Merchantn' As
sociation jesterday afternoon was at
tended by Jiut sufficient members in
fi m ii iiiioriini, Quito a number of
prominent members nro out of town at
present, and (his accounted for lli,
Rinall gathering, Tho business hi ought
beforo tlio meeting consisted l.irgd
of ordinary routine matters. The min
utes of tho prclous meeting, "which
was held on March 25, wcro read and
A letter of thanks from Ailmlial IJ-
chl was rend,. In which Ihe .lap.iuese
commander conveyed his thanks to tho
Mciclumta Association for the hospi
tality extended to Ills officers and men
whllo In Honolulu.
With reference to a letter iccelvod
from O. II. McCfcllnu, lepresi nintlve
of tho MerchnntB' Association!!! In
Washington, It was derided to lufoim
that gentleman that should Ids ser
vices be letalncil as secretary of the
Delegate, his position as loprohenlii
llvo of tho Merchants' Association
would bo confirmed for another period
of one year from October next.
A bill from tho II. 11. T. k L. Co .
cnllltig for tho sum of Jiuojn was
passed for payment. This amount was
expended ns entrance money to the
Aquarium on behalf of the Japanese
sailors who visited that place at the
Invitation of tho Association, tho
charge per capita being ten cents.
Mr Paris luponed Ihat the Trade
and Finance Com ml lice had lit en act
Ing In conjunction with the Japanese
atsoclallo'i lu nil cIToit to discourage
tho evils of tile "Tnnoinoslil" as car
rled on by tho Japanese In these l
lands. A. (1, XI. ltobcrtson wns con
suited ns to tho legality or the Tuno
inuslil. anil his opinion was to the ef
fect that lllo Fchcnie renued to be a
form of co-operative loan business, ami
Ihnt he thought It to be legal.
Mr. Paris stated that It would bo a
good thing If the lliigllsh papers aired
the matter, and enlightened the Jap
nneso ns to the frightful into of Inter
est they p-ild for money they got from
tho TanomoHhl. Mr. Paris nlso snld
that ho had noticed an uttlclo In Ihe
It u 1 1 1 1 ii on the mutter, but that
the other papers had hail nothing
The Committee on Tixntlon repott
ed that the bill providing Tor a straight
lax of $ino for vvhoksalc merchants
brokers mid commission ngents was
In the hands of tho (Jovernor for sig
nature. The meeting then ndjourned on the
million of Chairman V. L. Waldron.
A vote of thanks wns tendered to
Mr. von llnmm for the use of the room
In the Young building, ns a rest nud
meeting place for the .lapaneso sail
ors whllo they were In xrt.
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"PniNOESS OF PATCHES."
horses and cattle than California
wheat hay. PHONE 890.
The finest Hawaiian Alfalfa, well
cured and baled. It is better for
P, M. I
Call and Sec the New 30.H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy.... Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 468.
ARMY AND NAVY
The Japanese liner Tenyo Mnru.
Captain Ileut, which sailed from this
poit April 20, for San I'ranclseo, re
ported by wireless laijt ulglit that she
was innu miles out from Honolulu ami
well on hoard.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
The newspaper cantors had a treat
nt the Oiphcum Inst night and filled
up th- boxes, Small kids, largo kids,
fat kbls. thin kids, all dressed In their
3iindii clothes, enjoyed n very pleas
lug production of "Tho Princess of
Patches " Mattle Lloyd Luce was ex
cellent ns the "Princess" nnJ Intro
duced a catchy song In the third net.
Audit Due and Margaret Marriott were
both g Mid and (!eo. Hernandez, us the
tramp, made u lilt with a topical song.
Pletro Sosso. Ihe Osliom children, and
Anna Dodge were u'l very clever In
their parts. Mr. Kllcford usijs good
Judgment In his Fclccllon of players
anil In the personalities of Audn Due.
Mattlo Luce and MniK.net Marriott he
has three different tyies of women, nil
pietty, good dressers and yet each en
tirely distinct. "Under tho Gaslight"
and "All Due to Diana" will give them
a belter chnnco for Btrong emotional
SONQ RECITAL TONIGHT.
Music-lovers will bo given a chain c
of hearing nn exceptionally lino pro
gram nt tho song recital to take
place nt tho Young Hotel this even
ing, which will bo rendered by our
best local talent. Tho voices show
tho effect of careful schooling and
Mr. Horror may well feel proud of
his pupils. following Is tho pio
grum: 1. llcdoiitn I.nvo Song. . . .Chndvvlck
Mr. Christian Jenkins
2. Vol lo Sapctc (Cavnllcrln Itustl-
Mrs. Hugo llcrzer
3. Cnro Mlo Hen Olordanl
A Dream Huhliuteln
Mr. Henry Clark
I Sunset lltiek
Miss Irmgard Schncfor
i Danny Deevor D.imroscli
Mi Christian Jenkins
I tin Jhelum Itlver
A Kashmiri Iivo Story
n Duet, Jhelum Iln.it Song
b Soprano, Song of tho Urldo
t Mes soprnnu. Will tho lied
Run Never Set
d Soprano, My Sad llycs Gnro
e Mex. soprano, Only n Hoso
r Duet, Kingfisher llluo
Mrs. Hiiro Ilerzer
Miss Irmgard Si-hucfer
7. Uooil-llo Toil I
Mr. Hinry Clark
S. II Undo Anlltl
Mrs. Hugo lienor
UNDER THE GAS LIGHT.
Tho Llleford Company presented
"Tin! Princess of Puteln -' to one of
tho most enthusiastic audiences of lbs
engagement liu-t tilulu i.nd the lull for
tonight anil tomorrow night Is Align
tin I)all)'H great comed.v success.
"Under tho Gaslight, a production
that has n world-wldu reputation. It
received Us premier nt the famom
Dally Theatre, New ork. several
years ago when that home was In Its
prime, and whllo tho play was in ihu
. m'lt IETlwiLrYO0-OR lit.-'
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ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Just imported, some Fresh Family
Milch Cows and a Fine Lot
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; wo repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
GE0..S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101,
Wc build Auto Tops and repair
machines in any part but the engine
itself or the machinery.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR. ALAKEA.
W. W. Wright Go,.
KiiiR St. near South,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon-i 185,
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
Who will draw down tho $200 a
month salary appropriated by tho late
I.egislaluro for tho Adjutant-General
Is us yet undecided. Colonel Jones,
tho present Adjutant General, has not
decided whether ho will accept tho of
fice or not, mid will mako no decision
until ho has hud a thorough confer
onco with tlio Governor.
At present Colonel Jones' Incomo la
considerably more than tho now Hilary
provided for tho Adjutant Gcnoialslilp,
and as tho ncccptauco of tho olllco
under tho now law wuuld entail the re
linquishment of his picsent position
as cuurt reporter, It would mean a
positive sacrifice to 111 in.
Though tho Adjutant Ocncrnl of the
Tenltory of Hawaii has tho rank of
Colonel, tho Legislature has piovlded
him with u salary canal to that of a
flint lieutenant of ten years service
lu tho regular army.
Thu expenses which fall upon tho
shouldcra of a National Guaid Ad
jutant General mako no small Item.
Ho Is ex-ofllclo lusiiector-Goiicral,
which means that ho must travel about
tho Territory Inspecting tlio various
organizations, and bear thu consequent
Should Colonel Jones declliio to ac
cept Hie office, and should tho sugges
tion that u tegular At my officer of (ho
active list bo detailed to tho work fall
to llud favor Willi tho War Depart
ment, It Is posblblo that a retired o Ul
cer may bu secured, Tho Adjutant
General must bu a many-sided man;
ho must ho u soldier, a lnwcr, an ac
countant uml, above all, a man of hard
Civil Engineer Convalescing,
Clcll Kuglneer Parks, U. S. N., Is
now coiivu,esccnt nt tho Queen's Him
pltal and Hill bu out ulthln a few ilnjs.
Mr. Purk.i has been confined to thu
hospital for the past six weeks mid
fur a, tliuo his condition was serious.
Tho naval officer Is suffering from
fistula and his caso has proved a par
ticularly stubborn olio lo handle. It
Is now hoped that ho may bo alilo to
leturu to duty by thu end of next
Dlrlgo Bringing Coal.
Tho Sewnll hlilp Dlrlgo, bound from
New York for this port, has on board
1500 tons of coal for tho local Naval
Station. Owing to tho hhlp having
been detained ut Itlu do Janeiro for
something over a month, tlio coal sup
ply hero Is In danger of running rather
short, should (hero ho a sudden call
for a largo amount. Tho Dlilgo Is now
duo and her m rival is looked for al
most any day.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort,
A Great Sale
A Final Clean-Up to a
Highly Sucoossful Sale
THE ENORMOUS BUSINESS wc have done at our BIG CLEAR.
ANCE SALE has resulted in an accumulation of hundreds of
Remnants and Odd Lines. These have now been pithcrcd to
Kcther and MARKED DOWN FOR A CLEAN SWEEP, and will all be
m'MJSKU In this city, April 30, 100D,
to My. Mid Mi-h J. V. lliimeku, a
jjy"Fcr 8le" eardj at Bulletin.
Monday, May 3rd,
AT PRICES THAT WILL EFFECT A SPEEDY CLEARANCE OF THE
The great bargains wc have (riven right through the store this
month is sufficient evidence that we meant every word of it when we
stated it was our determination to make a CLEAN-UP.
A big portion of our new stock is due to arrive in 10 days. By
that time wc hope to have no item in our big stock that is not absolutely
CRISP AND NEW!
We Will Start Business
All Over Again
Meanwhile our present stock MUST AND WILL GO.
The REMNANT SALE NEXT WEEK comprises: J
3f REMNANTS OF SILKS!
ZMT REMNANTS OF WOOL DRESS GOODS!
3 REMNANTS OF WHITE AND COLORED WASH
Vr REMNANTS OF SHEETINGS!
3T REMNANTS OF WHITE COTTON!
ZKT- REMNANTS OF DRAPERIES! ODD LINES OF OUR
TAINS! ODD BEDSPREADS! READY - MADE
JSW REMNANTS OF LACES!
DT REMNANTS OF RIBBONS! ODD CORSETS! ODD
LINES OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR! ODD LINES
IN-WAISTS! ODD LINES IN LADIES' and CHIL
3- SAVE BIG MONEY. COME TO OUR CLEAN-UP SALE.
& CO., LTD.
hands of the Daly iiianaRnnent nlmost
every prominent actor had some part
111 the production, In fact there Is mi
American play today that has had so
many prominent professionals asso
ciated with It Tho rcahou was that
It Is nn American story that has some
woiideiful character studies of people
that wo seo every day giving tho act
of a chance to make a hit. Theio are
more laughs than lu a farce comedy,
Ihe story Is not overdrawn, the heart
Interest Is Intense, and tho scenic ml
tings nro olit of tho ordinary. All of
tho Company will appear lo advantage,
uud the Oshoru children will have a
new specialty. "Under the Gatllght"
is tho bill for tonight ami toii.orio'V
night, anil tho mntliieo hill Is "Thu
I'rlncess of I'atclips," with some'hliig
to delight the little ones, ns tho Os
horu children will appear In the play,
and will have something new In tho
specialty lino. Seats nre now on sala
at the box office for all peilorniances.
Alfred Gouldlng and Geo. Ilroinloy
nre working dny and night on tlio mus
ical program for tho farewell jierfouu-
Inure ut tlio O peril House on Saturday
I night, and It promises to be a treat.
Tho inlustrel first part will liavo
Scotch, Irish, Dutch, Negro mid Amur
lean features and "Under tho I'limp."
which follows, Is a roailng faico with
very funny hltuatlons, Tho company
has worked very hard to plcaso thu
Honolulu public and a crowded lnuu
should bo tho result.
THE SAN FRANCISCO THEATRE.
Tonight Is amateur nlgln at the San
Krnuclsco Theatre and there will ho
all kinds of sport Tin- moonlight
nights nro very pleasant and cool and
do not Interfere with the working of
tho films. Good music, good films,
prizes and nmateur stunts are drawing
An umciidcil complaint flias been i
II led by the plaintiff lu thu caso of If.
(1. Mlddleilluh. trustee In baukruptcy
of Clias. 1' llerrlek Carriage Co., Ltd.,
vs John V Cathcirt, Mary Cathcart,
his wire, ami IMItli H. 1'ouil. Thu
complaint alleges Hint Cathcart owes
f M7 or, plus Intercut on four promts
Mr notes dated lu 1S02, Il Is further
alleged that lu that year Mrs. Cath
cart bought of IMItli I'ond a lot lu llio
College Hills tract for $1501), and that
the contract entered lulu was a plan
conceived by John V. Cathcart to de
fraud his creditors, Mrs. Catlirart tak
ing no part lu tho transaction other
than signing her name. The plaintiff
bclloves Hint nil tho pajments niado
wcro really mado by .Mr. Cathcart lit
the miiiio of his wife.
Kmploer: Did ou tell the Incomo
tnx man who called that I had gouo
to America? New Olllce Hoy: Yes,
fir; I told him you had stnitcd this
morning, lniployor: Cood! What
did he cay? New Hoy: He wished to
know when you'd leturn, sir, nnd I
told him I dliln'i think .vou'd bo had;
till after lunch! Chips.
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