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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., MONDAY, MAY 10, 1009.
IIA1XY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD
jS At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
3afly mry day except Sunday. Weekly
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBEtl.
JJjA'nlluco R. Purrlnjjton,
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Ftr Ytir, (i.iiliai I iiimgn IJ.oti
CIBCULATION LAKOEST OF ANY NEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
In the Territory of Hawaii.
"Tl I Editorial Rooms, - 185
'lclMBuslness Office, - 256
Eateitd at the rotorT.re at Honoluti
Government and co-operation are,
.'n nil things nnd eternally, the laws
cf life; anarchy and competition,
eternally and in all thines. the laws
Cf death. John Kuskin
i i-L. J. I
V Cnthenrt's roauont Hint his trnduc-
ii'rs conic Into Minn linn mil ini'l with
fti response tluil Indlmtt-s nny lively
'lenlre to En
1 ltllflltlnufl lntf.rii.td .tf llnnnintll
Wtuust expect lliiiioltilu to liu kuotked
"jjh long ni (lie) pursue the policy of
' supporting the hnoeliers.
11 Jinny wlio applauded llio Settle-
jtjppiant moving picture films im a
menus of ndtortlnlug Hawaii, have
undergone n decided ehnngo of iiilml
im second thought.
Japanese who follow In the lend
, nf salflih ncll oti.rH me hostelling tho
tiny when i he mignr IndnMiy of
lluwnll will ileiieuii iiii lulior furiilsh-
i by the cltiy.cn n thow eligible.
Iabor agitations will not help
Honolulu, nor will any rrleud of
Honolulu assoclnte with the agita
tion. The helpers will do their ut
most to promote a better understand
ing between luhoiers and emplojersi
lit nil times.
Mr. Fairbanks by bis frequent ref
erence to tho splendid career of Wil
liam McKlnlcy Is a reminder to tho
people of Hawaii Hint the great
men of America nre loyal, nnd do
not cease sounding the praises of old
leaders In order to gain passing fa
vor with the new.
Oahu's Hoard of License Commis
sioners Is fust developing into a
public, board with members .believed
to bo Biipporters of high license nnd
not Inclined townrd radical changes
In the conduct of tho liquor tratlle.
As they ure men with good discretion
they should llrst eliminate the secret
sessions of the Iloaid.
Teach itvlc ilghtemtsncss In the
schools" Is the tfppeul made by Dr. '
James A. II. Scberei Civic right
eousness means' common honesty,
nnd if It bo true, as might be
Infer! ec, Hint this Is not taught In
the public schools thero Is Indeed
causo for radical changes In the
"cruclblo of American citizenship "
During tho'dajs of t:ie oligarchy
t wosMho Inst previous experience hint'
i, with nun executive ofllfpr of the
. "cabinet" holding more, than one
, cabinet position it seems hardly
', , possible that the Isinnds have run
ehort of men eligible for public of
'flee since that time. '
THE LABOR AGITATION.
Two facts nro obvious in conne
rlon with the labor troubles among
tho Japanese of the Honolulu planta
tion: The laboreis have actually
quit nnd the men assoclnted with
tho High Wage agitation nro doing
their utmost to mako capital from It
In order Hint they ma.y enlist otheis
'In simitar outbreaks.
Consequently the people of tho
Territory hino an Immedlnto feeling
ot distrust ns to the Justlco of tho
movement on account of tho promi
nent playing up of high wago nglln
,tors by u section of tho nngllsh press
ery apparently in on tho ileal. v
This situation must nlso incline
nil thoso who have Interests In the
sugar plantations of the Islands to
leslst movements of this character
to (he Inst ditch.
The action of llio Alca Japanese Is
ill-timed from every standpoint, 'be
came It will tend to delay a general
readjustment of the wage system on
tho plantations with a view to grad
ing tho wages aicorillng ti the class
of work performed. The workmen
will further suffer If (his movement
Is' continued, because It will bling
to a standstill (he plans of planta
tion innnngcis for liberal expendi
tures in the Improvement of (ho
homes of workmen.
This Is a llniu when the thought
ful, conservative sentiment of the
Japanese colony should make Itself
A wide-spread industrial conflict
will work Its most sot ions and por
munont Injury on the Japanese work
man with a family, who btlclis to
Issued on Tuesday of tart WMk.
- - Editor
1'trSit Mol.lnl B Kit
Pr Vear, anyutiere In U S I.oo
Pet Year an) hf re lit Canada . I.fto
Per Year oit!d, foreign 3.tx
MAY 10, 1009
his tnsL. ii ml either lias or In In n
rair wu) to establish n permanent
ami totiifortablc home Next conin
the Japanese bushiest men with
whom the workmen trade
The Inst to feel the pinch will he
the capitalist ugnlnst whom tho
ngltntnr makes bin most serious com
plaint. I Slnro the agitators hnvo declared
their Intention to carry the war on
capital Into every sugnr plantation
of the Islands, this first move natur
ally must engage tho personal Inter
est of exery one In these Islands, dl
lectly or Indliectly connected with
the sugar Industry It Involves the
"IiiioIp" no more than the Japanese
who has a business or makes bis
, Thero Is no doubt of the position
i.n. ...in i ..., -.. i i... .....
itiut iii ue itihtru ii men wnu uiivu
n decent regard for the laborer nnd
employer, the Japanese and the
American, and the prosperous fu
ture of this Territory.
(Continued from Pace 1,
counts for the man bruises and In
juries found on the body of the dead
With reference lo the cliargo that
some boldlers had assaulted McGnn
non, the very men with whom ho
was In company a part of the eve
ning have, through a spokesman,
made a statement to tho police about
the affair. This statement Is volun
tary nnd wns handed In by Sergeant
H. A. Cornell, of Troop D, Fifth Cav
alry Tho stntcment of Cornell reads as
follows: "I was In tho Kncoro sa
loon with three comrades on the
evening of .May 3. McUannon camo
In later. He wns bndly done up,
having a blnck eye nnd bruises
about the face. Wo gavo him threo
or four drinks nnd then left the sa
loon together, McQnnnon leaving us
nnd going townrd Uethel street. Wo
started along Hotel street toward the
"I wish positively to state that
neither myself or nny of my com
rudes did strike snld McQnnnon or
know of :tnone striking him whilst
In our company."
(Signed ) II. A .COUNKU.,
Sergt I). Tioop, Fifth Cavalry.
BOARD AND COUNTY.
- ' v,
. 'Continued from Pace U
in the case of other Inspectors, such
ns the milk Inspector, meat Inspectoi
and lleli Inspector. The comities may
find It more elltcleut to pass rules and
regulations in tho forpi of ordinances,
or they may bo left as rules and regu
lations of (ho Hoard of Health, or tn
some cases may bo disposed cf entire
ly. Hut the general Idea Is that tho
same Inspectors shall bo uppointcd by
both tho counties and the Hoard of
Health, so Hint thero may be no ques
tion ns to their authority to act,
President Mott-Smlth, In the Inter
vals of other work, Is geitlng up new
forms for tho registration of births,
deuths and marriages. Now forms will
iilso bo necessary In connection with
the enforcement of (ho now leprosy
law, which Oovernor Frcar tins cnlled
(ho most Impoitant net passed by the
recent legislature. A committee of
tho Hoard of Health cuuslstng of Dr.
Wnyson, Mr. Kalauokalanl, Attorney
General I lumen way and President
Mott-Smlth Is now at work drafting
the now regulations and tho forms
I The Hawaiian band will play this
evening at Km ma Square at 7:30. The
.program is as follows:
! 1'AIIT I.
Match Ilersagllcrl ,. Kllenborg
Oveituro Paragraph III Suppo
(a) Fablltu (Spanish waltz); (b) Sa
I Into to the Unlled Slatos.IOngpro
Selection Mai (Im Flotow
I I'AHT II.
Vocal Hawaiian Bongs., or. by Uorger
Selection Harry Lauder's Songs,.
Intermezzo Lontalne Olllot
Finale Illack and Whlto .... Kattouu
The Star Spangled Banner.
ADAMS In this city. May 10, 1800,
the twin daughter of Mr. anil Mrs,
Howniil W Adams,
Funcinl at 4 o'clock (his afternoon
from (he house on Kuill avenue, Ka-
Ranch of over 100 acres 12 acres
to produce fruit during this coming:
season and 30 acres to come "into
bearing next year 10 additional
acres are ready for planting. The
fruit in the ground and which is to
be harvested during the next four
teen months should nearly pay for
the property. Interested parties can
secure further details at our office.
The unelllng of the tablet erected
In the memory of the unknown dcud
burled In the Kiiwiilahao cemetery
wns witnessed by n large audience
The exerclscs.hcld In the open air,
mnkal of tho church, were conducted
by the Hon. E. K. I.lllknlanl and J.
K. Naklla. The 'church choir fur
nished the music.
At 11:45 o'clock, Hev. 11. II. Par
ker concluded bis sermon and told
tho audlenco to assemble outside,
where scats were arrnnged for tho
The tablet, made ot granite, tho
workmanship of It. K. Hcnrlck, wns
set on the Walklkl side of the gate
leading Into the grave yard. Under
neath It was u cross, beautifully dec
orated with (lowers. Tho tablet was
hidden by American nnd Hawaiian
After the reading of scrlptnres by
Naktll and the address by Llllkalanl
tho tablet was unveiled, while the
congregation sang "Hawaii I'onol."
The (lags wcro hoisted. Tho cere
monies wero most impressive,
Tho burying grounds, covering an
area of l;lli acres, were given to thn
church by Knmehnmchn III In 1842.
In tho matter of tho suit brought
by Abram Henry Afong against his
mother, Julia II, Afong, for 110,000, tho
defendant has (lied an answer In tho
circuit court, making a general denial
of tho allegations madu In the com
New Bungalow, Manoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms.
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kelihi Stream. Price
Furnished Cottage, Waikiki
Furnished Cottage, Penin.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
The absence of the tliiporlntendcnt
of Public Woiks Is delaying tho prog
less of ovents In Kahulul harbor, ac
cording to all appearances,
A meeting ot tho directors of tho
Kahului railway was held thin morning
at which it was supposed something
definite would be done regarding llio
construction of a wharf In Kahulul
The Legislature refused or at least
failed to uppioptlalo for this Important
work. It Is presumed th.il tho Kahulul
railway is ready to construct this
wharf If given tho proper iiermlt. The
company Is tied up, however, until
such time as It Is in a position to co
operate with tho Superlntcudtnt of
l'ubllc Works. Tho walling period Is
being occupied with straightening up
TEACHERS CALVES AND
Albert Person, a teacher at Kamcha
mcha School, and four young calves
caused quite a sensation at Puunul yes
terday. It appears that, among Far
son's other duties Is the care ot the
youthful kinc. He, hearing that tho
calves had escaped from the 'pen at tho
school, wen! In seurch of thcni.
After a lung hunt tho escapes wcro
found disporting themselves up near
Mrs. Kuhla's place at I'uunul. Parsons
gathered his mob of cattlo together,
and then Is nlleged to have removed a
few lindens from a fenco and turned
(ho calves Inlo (ho yurd for safo keep
ing. Unforlunately Mrs. Kuhla had a
cholco assortment of plants growing In
tho plot, nnd (ho young cows look to
tho succulent greens llko ducks to wat.
tor. This partiality to vegetables- ang
ered Mrs, Kuhla, who sworo out a
warrant against Mr. Parsons for ma
Tho caso camo up this morning, but
wus continued till May 14, when It
will be heurd by Judge Andradc.
President Mntl.Smllli nf tlm tlnnr.t
of Health Saturday appolnlcd Dr. Mac-
kiiii uovernroent physician Tor Honolu
lu and placed him In charge of tho dis
pensary. In nccarilnnrn with tlm notlnn
taken by tho Board of Health earlier
in mo weoK.
Dr. Hayes, who has been appointed
aovcrnment physician for Molokal,
will loavo tomorrow for tho Leper Set
tlement to tako up his new labors,
Chicken houso and quantity ot poul
try wire for salo, Sco ad.
CASTOR I A
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All kinds, all prices.
See our Display Windows.
Mo day, May 10
nnd continues till all are sold,
YOUR MEALS where you
KNOW that everything you t
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and wholesome. Eat at the
U.S. MARSHAL HENDRY
ABLE TO BEJUT AGAIN
United States Marshal Hendry,
who for seven long weeks wns con
fined to his bed at the Mochlzukl
Club with Illness, Is able to be up
und about again, nnd wns this morn
ing at hU ofllce In tho Judiciary
building. The Marshal attributes
his Illness to overwork nnd stlcklng-
to his Job too long without a voca
tion. Ho did not make an attempt
to remain down all day today, but
hopes to be as well as ever In a short
JUDGE DOLE'S ILLNESS
ADJOURNS U.S. COURT
The United Stntes District Court
wan opened and adjourned this
morning by- Marshal Hendry, Judge
Dole being unablo to bo present on
account of Illness. Tho Judco has
been working pretty hard of late
and finds himself exhnusted by bis
efforts. Tho arrival of tho new Sec
ond Judge will tnko n good deal of
tho burden of tho work off his shoul
ders, as ho und the new Judge will
dlvldo tho labors and responsibilities
of tho court.
Illack driving mare, surrey and har
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" u nmarried
women and others
not accustomed to
business place their
affairs with this
trust company, they
receive an assured
income without the
risk and anxiety that
would come with
an attempt to look
after them in person.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
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and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
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we can please you.
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Mean Money for
The Clearance Sale is
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Premo 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, 15o to 25o each; 75c to $1.25
per half dozen. Call and ask to see thein at the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic." Fort St., near Hotel.
I the REFRIGERATOR that is different from all the rest.
It isn't made primarily to SELL, with nothing but a hand
some appearance to recommend it; it is made to save money
for the consumer.
Instead of having porcelain or tile linings, for instance,
ZINO is used. It isn't so pretty, but it ENDURES, in
stead of peeling, cracking or breaking.
So it is right through. The Eddy Refrigerator is built
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
i wi ! t !mm.-tm- 'xj ir ? wif-i'iuja