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BVBNINQ tlUIXKTlN, HONOLULU, T. II., TlltltlRtMY, MAY fi, 1909.
A!ly i..l VEKKLV FubiuueU Uj BUL1J.T1N t'UBUSHINU 00, LTD
At 1HU King StrMt Hoaolulu. Territory of Hawaii
H.l day except Bundi) Weekly issued on Tneid-7 of rack vi
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rreat rtiia toicign U.mi lei Veer postpaid foreign l.no
CUiCULAriON LARUEST 01 Mi
in the Territory
- - ( Editor! 11 1 Rooms,
X t5h. business Office,
Tho people of Hawaii who have
10 regard for the opinions and de-
ires of Pacific Coast friends who
'"glit our battles in Congress are the
1. ies whose attitude makes it
.rd for tho friends to successfully,
combat tho attacks of Hawaii's enc-,
While I lie kidnapping fivr In on,
iry can ilp what iln phase with
roaker who tant find niivihlng lii't
"T tu du thnn knock Honolulu
If the Blmli of Persia had onl hoaid ,
i f Government lv Commission ho j
.ould undoubted! have adopted that
plan Instead of enntttii utlunnl govern '
Following close on thi warning puli
llshod in thli u'lU'i that the tariff
light would In n l"iig ono comes thy
Associated Pies 1 i'jio 1 hut Congress
will not iiljniirn In ("! Jul 1 nml
ihe progi 1111 lor ml' I icvetiue In by
110 mean si 11 led
There Is nothing for thu upbuilding
of Hawaii in a pollc v that shouts fori
diversified indium nml thon whui1
tho fall1 of an iinliitn in in tho In !
anco of tariff legislation statts nlf on
a tangent that antagonizes the protcc
Hon forces on whom Rood will tin
Tcrrltorj mum u-l
Thuro nre Indications thai thu local
administration takes kindly to what
amounts to n policy of subterfuge and
Imncomb when dealing with local In
tercets on ai count of the supposed po
sition of the I'edinil ndnilnlsliatlnu
If this lie the plan, it Is worse thin
folly. It will not fool anone and
must arouso illstiust In Washington
Straightforward, common hunest nl
Sometlmo ngo Honolulu upsi ( n ill
rcct freight sorvico to Sullna Cruz on
account of the supposed danger from
cllow fevor. Now we lime a trans
Pacific line stopping lute on the wn
to and from the situe district There
will ho more nitliir than loss of those
Is It not Rood husiiii-iis and Kood sense
for Honolulu to put lis port in such
shape as to rordiulh welcome ships
from all parts of the world?
According to a n port of tlie Do
parttneut of Commerre and Labor the
Philippine Inlands sliow IniiHiits Pal
lid at $310iiiMi.o of which 11.1 per
cent were fiom the lTnlld States, anl
oxportn of J3.I (Hiii nun (,r whlrli 315
per rent wtre to the I'nltod Ktalos
On this showinK It hiouis hnrdl) re 1
ponablo for the I'hlllpplnes to point
the finger of scorn at Hawaii 011 the
scoro that it sills more to tho main
laud than it bur
Tho well inanageil business hoiiso
ndiancos an emplo.e-H salar whon
the result of his work shows that h
is efficient and Js thoiiKhtrul Tor tin
intorests of his empioer Coveru
incuts nre too often tun on the theory
of pajlliK tlie balurj whither the work
'is well done or not. Tin mikki stlon of
an ndancc of salnrv for .lop l.ial Ik
ono that is based on the business priu
rlplo of an tin tensed snlarv for a
Rood worker who has hhowu tesults
before strlklnE fur a raise "
PROGRESSIVE TURKEY WINS.
The appolntniinl of llllml I'aslut ns
tlie (Irand Vl7ler ilinler the new Sill
tan of Tutke) bespeaks tlie lomplelu
lctorv of the Youhr Turks or proxies
thu olemout of Till Lev
llllml I'dslm was nppciinleil liinud
Virlor lust I'diruaty as i coneeislon
to tlio YoiuiK Turks who were sus
picions of Kulmll I'aslin as belat; loo
considerate of tho Iti.tlm ticca of tho
palaco llllml Ishu had been Mill
iliter of 11k Intorlor and was hiililmi;
this nllliu wht u tie surud as inspect
of Rcner.il of Macedonia
When tho outbreak or April 13 took
placo, llllml I'aslin lofuned to take
tho rcspotihllilllty or onletluK an ai
tack mi the hoops whoso mutiny was
Ihe opening im blent or tlie iooll tint
finally itsulted In Ilio cuorthrow of
Abdul Humid These troops of tlie
Karrlsnn miido a lolout demonstration
'against the Committee of union and
progress, bolrlni; all tho principal of-
' fleers and lioldlus them prlsouurs, unci
before I ho housu or parliament
i They dcmumled tho dismissal of Hil
mi I'nslin and his mlnlstoi or war, who
Jiuil IesuoiI tlio oider that tlie troops
tulcictl at Ihe PottofTicf at Ilonolula
t Mnoiitl cIim milter
. MAY G. 1009
must obev their officers miller nil cir
cumstances even If called to shoot
ilun 11 ilu'lr (in religionists
In tin' face of tills situation llllml
I'aslin leslgttcil an llriind Vlzlcr, anil
iiuutteil tin- developments that have
tiou iilniiil tliu cuing 'lurks In con
Oriental commerce amounts In aluo
to more thnn four billions of dollars
per annum Of the Imports of tho
Orient llo per cent are taken from
the United Stales and of the ixports
ten per cmt ale sent to Ihe United
States And a nrj small amount of
this trade Is carried In American ves
sels Hut some din mcrlcn will
wake up With a President who knows
the Orient and an Increased number
of CoiiKressmcn well Informed on this
subjict tho da is not fur distant whin
the Nation wilt respond to a pollc
that wilt kUd us iclathcly as mun
merchant ships as wo now have war
ships How fenrfulh Indifferent the
average American merchant Is to tho
trade of the Orient Is commented on
In a icpori or tho Department of Com
merce and Labor as follows: "The
small percent iko which tin United
Stales miitiiifucturcers hao In this
trade is appari utl) due to the Indispo
sition at the present time or Amcrl
(.in tuauiiractures to deoto to that
forclKU trado tho detailed attention
Klvcn b Luropenn manufacturers. In
cluding the special manufacture of
goods to suit tho local markets; tho
maintenance ot trado representatives
ill those Holds, and tho other atten
tions which hat Khtn success to the
European countries, which purchase
their raw material from the United
States and after turning It Into tho
finished form, supply tho Orient with
practically all of the more than (lOO,
ooo.wio worth of cotton Roods which
It annu.ill) Imports "
Australia has ncenth come Into the
limelight by the pi offer of Dread
noughts to the mnthei coimtr. there
by proving the allegiance of tho col
onles to the Lmplre
Tlie iikii e rlgnlflcant move in the
Boutin ru eoloii) in the nival Hue Ins
passed with scant notice The Aus
tralian (invi nimi'iit has started the
nucleus or an Auslrillau Nun bv old
eilny three torpedo-boat ilcMrojors
two to be built 111 Scotland at a lost
or $i:.:iiui each, while a third Is to
be made theie, and put togelhcr In
Australia Tlio mutt rial for this one
is to toBt $3)2 D00. Tho prices Riven
Include complete nrmnmints Tho
uiati rials for tho third boat are to
be delivered In Luglaiid twelve months
riom date. The first destrovir is to
bo readv in tlrcat Ilritnln fourteen
months from date, and tho second ono
u month later
'IIiIh means that In the touiso of a
compirnlhelv few jears Austinlla will
have Dreadnoughts of Its own and ho
jnble to protect lis own Coast without
calling on the great naval equipment
of tho Kmplrc that mav ho occupied In
other parlii of tho world.
At least this Is tho Interpretation
placed on this colonial naval venture
hj many newspapermen from that sec
tion who are now rut their way to a
counsel ot tho Kmplre
Tho National splilt of Aushalla Is
a steadily Increasing power In the
Mint hern colonies. Tho rpilnrat Ion Is
of tiuirso experiencing considerable
friction lu tho adjustment of Us own
affairs, but there Is an unswerving ten
dtney toward n greatei self-reliance,
or to put It another way Indopciul
onto without sicrlfieo of allegiance to
Ono of tho oldest nnd most success
fill of Australia's newspapermen has
mado tho statement that tlio greatest
opportuult in thu Journalistic field at
tlio present tlmo Is a newspaper that
will bo tho spokesman of tho National
spirit of Australia. It Is only a mul
let id tlmo whin such a paper will ho
round lu tho field ns thu lesiilt of the
over Increasing demand
Australia Intends to put Itself lu a
position to take Laro of.ltseir under all
inmslbii) conditions or sttess the Km
plro may encounter, and It maj render
tlmolv aid In critical periods or great
upheavals Tho Colonial leglments
turned tho tide of Imttlo In Ihe Hour
War The Colonial nnv) may well
nsptio to a Llmilur service) on tho sea
On Liliha street, a
with lot 00x150.
For Rent on Tantalus
A furnished 3-bedroom house. Price
$50 per month.
ACCIDENT. TO CHILD
Judge Stnnlev's lit t lo scvcn-i car-
old son has had to undergo a major
operation, his arm being amputated
estordav The boy fell from a fruit
tree last Sitndav and liroko his left
arm. Tlie broken limb was set by a
doctor, hut apparently a splinter had
entered tho flesh nnd mortification
It was found necessary, in order to
savo tho tad's life, to amputate tho
arm. Owing to tho shock to his svg-
tem tho amputation has left tho boy
very weak, hut still he is considered
to have a good chanco of recovery.
Ills mother Is at present on Hawaii,
and it will bo a shock to her whin
she hears of the ntiident and Its re
sult. ANOTHKIl IX)U (10TC1I Chicago,
April lfi. Frank (lotih, tho world's
wrestling champion, won n handicap
match from HJalmnr Lunclln hero to
night, (loteh agreed to throw Lun
lln in 20 minutes and accomplished
..tho fall by the uso of a reverse
Nelson In 9 35. Dr II. I" Holler of
Sonttlo defeated "Tho Mvstcrlous
Conductor" In straight falls.
"My lines," remarked tho poet,
"haven't nlwavs fallen In pleasant
places " "I supposo not," rejoined
the horso reporter. "Tho average
waste basket Is anything but n pleas
ure resort "
'- y, 'TOt'i-
Cw5 i"" " H
New Bungalow, Manoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms.
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kalihi Stream. Price
Turnishcd Cottage, Waikiki
Furnished Cottage, Penin
sula. Waterhouse Trust
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
MILES OF SEA BRIDQED BY ONE
MEALS THAT ARE
AT PRICES THAT ARE
MAKEE ROAD, opposite
Makce Island A fine house
of six rooms, with two bed
rooms and a modern stable
adjoining. Splendid location,
convenient to the cars.
A modern 12-roo.m house,
with six bedrooms; ' just the
thing for a summer residence.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
(Continued from Pare 1)
Marston Campbell and President
Mott-Smlth ot tho Hoard of Health
vvcro thcreforo appealed to. Cnmp
IjoII issued a Territorial commission
as lliilldlng Inspector to Mlchlstcln
before ho left for tho mainland.
Mott-Smlth will Issuo a commission
as Plumbing Inspector within a day
Kbconccd In lloom 3 at tho City
Hall, and armed with two Territorial
and ono count commission, It Is be
lieved that Mlchlstcln should ho ahlo
to carry on tho work of his depart
ment in a thoroughly legal manner.
Made to Order
We have just installed a
machine for making cloth
covered buttons in sizes from
18 to 30 from any material.
Tomorrow, IVId.iv evening lhi fol
lowing progrnm will lie given by the
EtitdcntH of tho Piinnhou Proparntori
School at Charles It lllshop Hall til
Star Spangled Manner
I'unahou Preparatory Chorus
(a) Carpenter Song .nrr bj Ilulliiid
(b) Thu Dream Man Herman
(c) Tho Postillion Totibcrt
fairies' Moonlight Dance . Orcgh
Puliation Preparatory Chorus
(a) Sweeping nnd Dusting ....Oav mu
ch) Popples (lav nor
(c) Tho Soldier ... ."rather (loose"
New Hall Columbia "Tabasco March"
I'unahou Preparatory Chorus.
(a) Tho Telephone On) nor
(h) Hub-u dul IomlK
Soldiers' Chorus "raust' ...Gounod
(llrls or Fourth nnd Hflli Oradcs.
Sing, Smile, Slumber (lounod
Piinnhou Trcparatory Chorus
Mrs. A. 1). Ingnlls.
I Lovo tho Stars and SlripcB..Gnvnor
Hovs of Pourth and Fifth tirades.
His Iluttons arc Marked U. S...Iloml
Uncrowned Kings Uiomts
Ilasscn of Pimahoit Preparatory
Cradle Song Schumann
I'unahou Preparatory Chorus.
Double (Juartct The l.lttlo Tin Sol
Helen Spalding. Maiguerllo Wad
man, Oraco Vincent, Frances
Marshall, Oswald Stoven, Al
fred Yap, Joseph Yap, lun Walt
Faust Waltz Gounod
I'unahou Preparatory Chorus,
Cross Ofo Chilly .Joscphlno Sherwood
America Henry Cnroy
Piinnhou Preparatory Chorus
Tho concert will lie under Ihe dlrec
tlon of Miss Alice ItogerM and promises
an evening of plensuro to nit who en
Joy children nnd their singing. A
Bpeclal ptntrnrm for ISO singers In the
chorus has been erected. A majoritv
of the students in tho whole school
will have a part on the program
Nearly all tho reserved seats lu tlie
Hnli liavo been already sold nnd any
who have not exrhniiged tickets nt
tho Hcrgstroni Music Co. should do so
nt once. Admission tickets for chairs
lu tho rear of tho Hull may ho secured
at tho door for fide.
Delegate Kuhlo Is on board tho
Mongolia, which will arrlvo hern
next Tuesday. Win II. Irwin Is on
the samo steamer.
HEAL ISTATH TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 5, 1909,
Kst of II P Illsliop by Trs to Terri
tory of Hawaii D
aermnn Sav and Lonn Soc bv atty
to Waller C Weedon et ul . . Hoi
Walter C Weedon and wf to Geotgo
loseph K. Kahcer lo Francis Gay . . M
S K Kalelklnl and wf to C III ewer
& Co Ltd H
Entered for Record May 6, 1909,
J tlnrrln nnd wf lo Antono Sou res V
Mrs lokepa Kckahunn Jr lo Yout g
Mens Sav Soc Ltd M
Mrs C II IlroaiHo K Ynmamoto ...L
A Lowls Jr'nnd wf to William KanL.U
On May 10 Honolulu Plantation
Companv (Aleu) will nay a dividend
eft 25 rents per share. Tills Is tho
first dividend that has over been de
clared by tlio company.
THU STIJAi;it W. O. Hall, which
arrived jesterday from Hawaii, will
leave this afternoon at 5 o'clock for
tho samo Island.
A NEW STOCK OF
New assortments in silver
and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
Sec our new line. Wc know
wc can please you.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
for Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
CASTORIA lias met wllh pronounced favor on tho part of physician,'
pharmaceutical societies nnd medical nuthoillies. It Is used by physiciins
with results most gratlf j lug-. Tlio extended uso ot Castoria Is unquestionably tho
result of tlireofactsi 1st, Tim Indisputable evidence that it Is harmless; Unci,
That It not only allays stomach pains and quiets tho ncrv cs, but assimilates tlie
food; flrcl, ItlsanagTccablcnndpcrfectEObstitMoforcastoroil. It Is absolutely
afc. It docs not contain any opium, morphine-, or other narcotic nod docs not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing; Syrups, Ilatenian's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
Tills Is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, is to exioso
danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tho day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignorance ought to end. To our know ledge, Cas
toria ! a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating tho
system not by stupefying it nnd our readers aro entitled to tlio Information.
llairt Journal of Utallh.
MToor Castoria stands first In lis claps. In n,y
thirty years of prsctlc. I can say 1 ncter hate found
anything that so filled the place."
William Dilmost, II. D ,
"X hare used yonr Castoria In the casoof my own
baby end find It pleasant to lake, and have obtained
excellent rceolts from Its nse "
8. A. DcciilKix, M. D
"It&ke pleasure In recommending your Castoria,
baring recommended Its use In msny Instances, and
consider It the best laxathe that could be used.
cs neeially for children."
NiTiumxL K. Eisa, II. D , St. Louis, Mo.
Children Cry for F
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tho following wlreliss mes
-f sago was received by Castle &
Ccmko finni tlie Matson liner Lui-
f line last night: -f
f "LTght-thlrty P. M S7K miles 1-
off Strofig northeast wind, mod-
-f ernto hca.
II. Denn.v, who has been found
diutik three limes within u mouth,
won't have much oppoi tiiully for
hitting tho Imttlo for tho next tvven
t) daH, us Judge Aiulrado gave him
a free piss to the houso over Ihe
water this morning. Den has nli-o
to pay tho costs, amount lug to Sl.SO,
Genrgo Lnamle and Monsieur Ku
m,i, who dined and wined lu great
stvlc Inst evening, culled on Judge
Andrado this morning. In fait, they
arrived Inst evening t-o us to ho In
time. Tho Jiidgu received them
very cordiallv and bunded them tick
ets good for four dollars cull.
Pre mo Film Pack
Cut Films may now be developed by daylight in any
tank developer with the new
Ingento Film Holder
Made in all sizes; price, 15c to 25c each; 75c to $1.25
per half dozen. Call and ask to sec them at the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic." Fort St., near Hotel.
finrji 11 Hv "ites
, w ' Kry rTVT?"-! i
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
tr , jt" gnarnnlci's genuine)
"I liivo mol your Cistorlt mil found It in
cirrltmt rcmut In my louhold enJ prlTAtn
priOlco for inan7 )tar. Ttm formal li excellent,"
11. 1, Tirr, !!. 1) ,
Dreoldjn, Ji. V.
"1 find your Cutorl to bo itondinl family
ttmrJy. It Is tho tt thins for Infants n.l cull
ilrca 1 hivo ever known and I recommend !L"
X. K. KitlU).ox, M. 1) ,
"IlatuiK dnrlnc tbo paat fix years prescribed ynnr
Castorta for lnfantila etomarli disorders, I most
hiarllly commend Its use. Tho formula contains
nothing dek tcrioas to the most dcllcateof children,"
J. B. EuioTT.M.l)., New York City.
SL'ALHD TIINDIIHS will he reielv
ed lit the ofllee of tho Bupeilnttiid
ent ot Pliblle Works until 12 in of
Wednesday, June lfi. 1009, Tor tho
election or a Contrctu Vault for tho
protection of tho Remains or ccitnlu
or the Soveielgus nnd High Chlels of
Hawaii in the .Mausoleum Grounds,
Nuiianti Vallo), Honolulu, T II.
Plans, LpeeHleatlous and pioporal
blanku lire on file lu the olllce of tho
Superintendent or Public WorkB.
Tho Superintendent or public
Works lescrves tho rlgh"l to reject
any nnd nil bids.
c ii. klui:gi:u.
Acting Superintendent of
Honolulu, May fi, 1!)09.
Selgl, Just an oiilliiary fid Juggler,
paid his rcapotlH to the Court this
morning, and nfter a short nuilleiiro
dug up four plunks In support of tlio
f Is Coming I
So get you a good
and be prepared for it.