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EVENIN'd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUnSDAY. MAY 11, 10A9.
IAILY tnd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO. LTD,
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. "
tifly tveiy day except Sunday. Weekly iuued on Tuesday o( eaek WMk.
KEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PEE8I.
VVnlUico R. Ptirrlnjjton, - - Bdltor
INSCRIPTION BATES PAYABLE IN ADVANC
KVIlrslNCl I3U1.UU-1IN WUIIKUV HULLUTIN
Per Mouth anywhere in I' I ....9 ,711 Prt ! Moi.tni ,fto
Per (Juarur anwlirilnl S a.fMi P.t V.ar, anywhere In US I.oo
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Per MI, inupaid, lolfltn. 13.00 Per l Ht(ld. lortln 3.ou
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPEB PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
'p-aj ! Editoriul Rooms, - 185
t51 I Business Office, - 256
Entered at the PoMofTiee at Honolulu
a trrnml clast mtitrr.
Reflect upon your present bleu.
ings, of which every mnn has many;
not on your past misfortunes, of
which nil men have some. Dickens.
T . ;-,
Life sentence for n Mannppor 1
.cry mild. I
Kooko veil's gnme Is the most ex
ocnslvc In tho noild. Think of tho
San rranclacn knows how to on- p
tcrtaln visiting Japniiroo and inaKo'
them reel lll.u one or tho ramlly.
Dr. llobdy hns been here before
nnd made good, lie Is u llrst-elass
sanitary offlcer, whoso icturn Is wet-
i ii '. n I
To bo esteemed by a pi o veil sconn-
drcl Is a comfoit sought by perbims
lacking In decent character and belt-
Jlr. ralrhanl;, Aloha! You liavol
been hero long enough to know what .
It means, so theic's really nothing
more to say.
President Tuffs effort to break
tho Solid South Is micl commendable
it It does not lesult In breaking the
Milid ltepubllcau party
Honest laborers will always re
ceive fair treatment, but tho mnn
who plays a hold-up gnmo can bo
dealt with in only ono wny.
That business which Is so "differ
enl'-' that it cannot be helped by ad'
vertlslng usually remains about
tho same. Curtis Publishing Co.
Use whatever energy you have to
help Honolulu grow and piospcr.
There should bo no division of race
and nationality In work of tills
With John Ilurroughs nnd rnul do
I.ongprn In town, Honolulu will not
Irw.l f,i irrtvit iitnl rntui mnn nn
whom to lavish the wealth of Its ""'' Japanese comn.unl.y is to pre
i,n,miniitf iva,l " wl" uu entirely pioper to
PerhaisHawaU "has had Its full
tlm,. I., the inerinl favor of u pr..i. ,
dent and should not feci Jealous ot ''"I" to iidapl wages tu pieseut con
tho exceptional consideration given dltlons.
the Philippines 1 ""' ,inl" t,ln tiinininn enemy of
, ucckless agitation for t lie benefit of
A hard fight for the pineapple tar-! tho agitators Is fnlily met nnd dealt
IiT Is being mnde in Washington. Is with according to Its dworls, the
It getting all tho support it should "'hole piogium ot progress must bo
from ull Honolulu Interests having delayed.
agencies on the mainland?
Delcgato Kuhlo's statement that
Presldent Taft Is a truo Mend or
Hawaii is tho first authoritative
statement to this effect that
been given out In Honolulu.
If Delegate Kuhlo Is not In Hono
lulu nt tho suggestion of Piesldent
Taft, the mystery for tho ordinary
citizen Is why he Is not Bitting on
tho taillf lid In Washington.
j Jury evidently reached tho condu
it you would learn what tho Gov- sion that thero are times when n
crnor will do seek tho personal opln-tmnn is Justified In taking n man'B
Ions ot any member of Hie Kaunl life, though he has to pay tho penal
delegation. You may bo suro It has ty of years in prison. Some day
recolved hypnotized attention In , Honolulu will rulse n man who will
the iobblnB'-ogg blue chamber. respond to slnndcr In an cffectlvo
- - but legally unapproved stylo. Then,
Strikes obviously biought nbout to wi it hold up its hands In horror?
serve the bullish ends of ugltatorsi , j
and not for the benefit of tho woik- Mayor Fern's unnouncenient that
men cannot gain tho mipport of peo-,(i10 ,,ollco emergency call will bo
plo whose Influence Is thrown In thoJ60llmleii )n Bilort tnl0 gUgBCBtB a
balance with community welfare. flno capacity for divining tho-fitturo
-- , or n stnto of panic not expected In
Itooscvolt for Major of New York ,,, B(lll(,y dllet CXCVU of tu0
Is tho best suggestion that has been c(,.
offered for Occupying the tune, of our ' ,
distinguished ex-PreBldcnt. When
tho cities ot n nation aro purified
there is no cause to fear for tho
Honolulu enjoys the distinction at or Public Works, and on behalf of tho
having varieties of mosquitoes that City and County of Honolulu by Joseph
may carry miliaria or nnythlng elso J- Horn, Major, to oxamlno into nnd
;,..,., ,ri, ,,,i in ,i iu ,n lopoit on tho condition nnd vnluo of
undesirable. The thins ? vmmty of , Territory of Ha
keen the town bo well cleaned up ... lllrn,, ,...,. , ,hn -, ,lf
that thero will ho no mosquitoes and
mighty little for them to carry.
i ., -i-i
Mlsslonnries pusslug Hi's way
fiom TurKoylinve fora year- paet
........ ,i.,.. ... ii,.
lireaici.ii ."' '' ' "
cnuso of Christianity was nuout to
- , . fn. v
happen In tho land or the 'Iuik.
Apparently it hns happened nnd Is
110VV glgneu, seaieu uiiu ueiivotuu,
fftjjfffiin ' ll"'''l!affiiriif '' "
MAY 11, 1009
TO HELP THE LABORING MEN,
,:v,,ry WOriinBlm,n Iearns sooner
. , ,. , . . , . .
or Inter that when lie surrenders his
tank, nt the command or suggestion
of an agitator who has nothing to
1 lose and all to gain, he Is cheated,
I deceived nnd left In a pitiable plight.
It Is most unfortunate that such a
large number of honest, linrd-wiirk-
Ing men on one of the nearby sugar
plantations have listened to the false
promises, the e II and mistaken
leadership or Honolulu agitators.
It Is highly grallflng, on tho
other band, that the roily or the
rounu piusiied among Honolulu
plantation wotkmun has been so
quickly discerned by tho men nt
Oahu plnntntton, where tho work
continues and the places or thoso led
into the strike were quickly filled
fiom among the workmen ot Ilia
This indicates that tho agitators
hivvo failed before they have hardly
Should there be an extension of
the .trouble fomented by tho nglta-
ors, there Is but ono thing for tho
intelligent people of tho city
spectlvo of their race or nationality,
to do stand pat and unite in deter
This does not mean that tho con
dition ot tho workmen should bo
disregarded or that honest requests
for reasonable modifications In wag'
es or methods ot handling tho work
should be treated with disdain.
The people of tho Islands Bhould
J put their foot down at this partial
liar point nnd lefuse to bo governed
I by agitators nnd their associates
who are combined to feather their
own nests at tho expense ot tlio
workman, the Industry utid tho com
munity In which they hnvo an hab
itation. When the cnurso of events makes
It clear to nil conicmed that tho
I honest sentiment of tho American
take up the wage question, not In Its
special relation to any particular
persons, class or nationality, but in
It therefore behooves the men who
would help Honolulu, whether they
nre American business men or .Tnp-
nncso business men, stockholders in
sugar plantations or not, to stand by
in solid tanks for tho cnlightment
of tho mlBguldcd workmen who nro
being cheated and mado tho tools ot
Hellish agitators, cloaking their truo
purpose under tho cry of high wage.
Cnpt. Halns got off mighty lucky.
I In view of all tho circumstances the
COUNTY WILL TAKE.
(Continued from Face U
Works of tho Territory or Hawaii by
C. II. Kluegel, Acting Superintendent
i "Greollng. As soon as you conven-
(lently utav jou will pioceed to Inquire
Into the present condition and vnluo of
each nitltlo of pioperty ns shown
bv tho Imeutoiles nbovo mentioned.
copies of which will be uin .hud-joclJ
,',a,, r,i, ',,,, ... ,.t,. 1
wiiii mi,v.,-o .10 iiiu mil, ill 1.-AIOI'
....., (pivicl,ui.ih ....,'... .... .....
B0I1 0r thoVlty nnd County ot Hono-J
mm you wuim-muiy 111m uppraisu at
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 arc 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.
their roll cash vnluo according to your
best kuowledgo nnd belief.
"Such materials listed In the said
Inventoried as you shall find havo been
used In tho course of tho operations of
the bureaus or services to which they
were turned over, unit havo gone into
the construction of public works, you
will so report.
'Such articles In tho'satd Inventories
ns you shall find havo been returned
or surrendered to tho Territory of Ha
waii you will so report, with memor
anda of tho dato of such return or sur
render. 'Such articles I nthe said Inventories
ns you shall find havo been sold by tho
County or Oahu or tho City and County
of oahu, you win report, with tho
amount for which such articles wuro
sold, nnd whether or not the amount
for which they wero sold has been paid
oor to tho Department of Public
works or tho Treasury of tho Terri
tory ns n government realization.
Such articles In the said Inventories
as you shall find aro no longer service
able, or aro valueless, or havo no vnluo
except as scrap or Junk, jou will con
demn as valueless, or to bo sold for
"Such ni tides in the said inventories
as you shall find nro no longer In ex
istence, through death in tho caso ot
livestock, or through uso and wear and
tear, you will so report,
"You will make your report, and In-1
ventory and appraisement of existing
property In duplicate. i
"In making tho findings herein re
quired, you will accept such evldenco
ns under all tho circumstuuees will
reasonably satisfy you. j
(Signed) "C. H. KMJKUKU
"Acting Superintendent of public
(Signed) JOSKPH KnilN.
"Mayor, City and County of Hono.
"For Sale" ejrdt at Bulletin.
New Bungalow, Manoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms.
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kalihi Stream, Price
Furnished Cottage, Waikiki
Furnished Cottage, Penin
sula. Waterhouse Trust
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
MILES OF SEA BRIDQED BY ONE
"ny v HjJwC't ft
YOUR MEALS where you
KNOW that everything you
get is pure, clean, well-cooked
nnd wholesome. Eat at the
Governor Krcnr has today appointed
J. II. Craig a member of the Uipior
Ucensu Hoard, to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Norman
Watklns, and John J. Curden to suc
ceed himself ns n member of tho Hoard
of Immigration Tholr commissions
were made out this morning, nnd will
bo signed tills afternoon,
No other appointments hnvo been
mndo by the Governor nnd tho question
of vvhS villi bo Treasurer Is still sub
ject matter for a guessing match.
J. A, Ilalch and Miss Helen Dae
Skclty wero married today at noon
In San Francisco. Mr. Ilalch left
hero on the Lurltno to meet his
prospective bride. They will enjoy
their honeymoon trip In tho Vo
semlte, returning to Honolulu In
about a month.
At a dinner given In his honor at tho
Royal Hawaiian Hotol last night by tho
Men's League ot Central Union
Church, Charles V. Fairbanks, Termor
Vlco Piobldent ot tho United Slates
and distinguished guest or Hawaii,
mado a speech or farowell to tho peo
plo or tills Territory and thanked them
for their sincere jiospltallty and the
welcome they have extended to him
and to his family.
The annual meeting of tho congrega
tion of St Clement's; church will be
held this evening nt the parish house
ut 8 o'clock, EvofV member ot the
congregation Is requested to bo pres
ent. Women voto ns well ns men.
Beginning Monday Morning,
May 17th, 8 o'clock,
PARTY ON SHIP
Mongolia Brings Many
Persons of Note
Ilrlnclng some lit the most notable
kamaalnas of Hatvall net, tho Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia, Captain Morton,
nrrlved off xirt Ihls morning nt 7:40
o'clock, docking nt tho Iluckfcld wharf
about U o'clock.
Among her passengers wore Prince
Knlanlnnnolc, Hawaii's Delegate to
Congress, Princess Knlanlannote, Prln
ccsb Knwannnnkoa. who has bc.cn mak
ing nn extensive visit In tho .United
States; Mrs. S. K. Cockettj Col. Sam
Parker; Col. John T. Baker; .lumen
Parker; Miss lleatrlco Campbell, sis
ter of Princess Knwaunnakoa; W. fl.
Irwin, head of Win. O. Irwin & Co.; C.
8. Deskyj Dr. W. O. Hobdy, Mrs. llob
dy and two children; C. Hollo; Miss
Helen Uriiickerliofl; 0. V. Schwnrz, n
forester from lloston, nnd Mrs.
In her hold, tho Mongolia brought
3000 tons of general cargo, or which
107 nro for, Honolulu, whllo tho rest
goes to Oriental ports. Sho brought
394 bags of mall for tho local post
omce. Tho Mongolia, which leaves nt r,
o'clock this nltcrnoon for the Orient,
Is taking back to China 19G Chinese
besides tho cabin passengers, The trip
down from San Francisco was exceed
Territorial Forester It. S. Hosmcr
went nut on the customs launch -to
gleet Mr. and Mrs. Hchwarz
HORSE THIEF GETS
TEN YEARS' SENTENCE
Ah On ,llio Chinese with n had rec
ord who wbb charged by the Grand
Jury with horso stealing1, pleaded guil
ty this nunnliiK, after he had had an
Interview with Detecllvo Lake, In
which Lake Hashed his prlron recoid
on him, showing that the Chinese has
spent n good share ot his time la Jail
during tho past fuw years. Ah On evi
dcnlly hoped to get off with n light
sentence If ho pleaded guilty, hut ho
got It to tho time of five years, nnd
with the sentence ho got n lecture that
would have mado anybody else Kiiiitrm.
Judge Do Holt informed tho prisoner
that ho was a criminal by Instinct ami
preference and would he better off In
Jail than out.
This sentenco Is tho first ono passed
under tho now law which liermlts of
Indeterminate sentences being tin-
t HI I
Princess Knwannnnkoa, who hus
been making nn extensive trip In tho
Slntes, was nn arrival this morning
In the Mongolia. She Is looking well,
expiesslug her delight In returning to
" " unmarried
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.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
A NEW STOCK OF
New assortments in silver
and German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line. We know
we can please you.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
LEADING JEWELERS"5'" "
V r " .1
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
FOltTY YEAItS AGO nlmoil every mother thought her child must havo
imrcgorlc or laudanum to mako It sleep. Theso drugs will produce sleep,
and arcwtlrop loo ninny will produco tho sleep from lvlilcli llicro It
no Availing. JIany nro tho children who havo been killed or whoso health has
been ruined for lifo by paregoric, laudanum nnd morphine, each of which Is a.
narcotic product of opium. DniggMs nro prohibited from selling cither of tlio
narcotics named to children nt nil, or to anybody, without labeling them
"poison." Tlio definition of "narcotic" is: " A medicine tchich teUcvcs ian
and producct tlecp, but tehich in jioitououi rfoc jiroJuccs it tyrar, coinu, convuf
ion ami iJcufi." The taste and smell of medicines containing opium nro dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Dropi," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc You should not permit nny nicdiclno to bo given to your children without
you or your physician know of what It is composed. Cuttorlu does not con
Tlio 5vx- ZStf--- Ciinrnnlccs Rcnulno
signature of WtyZTciZcU Cimtorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"I bare frrqnenllj rcscrltaa Catorl for coin-
loon ailment of children with good re-ultf ,
W. A. CR1SD1LL, M. T).,
lluHalo, M. Y.
"At tho father of thirteen children I certainly
bnow aomttlilos about your great iuedleli)6 ami,
alilo from my own family cipirlincc, I haie, In
my year of practice, found Caitorla s iiopular and
efficient remedy In almoin every home.'
Wx, J. McCnixN, M. 1).,
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Mean Money for
The CleaFnee Sale is
Premo Film Pack
Cut Films may now be developed by daylight in any
tank developer with the new
Ingenfo Film Holder
Made in nil 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.
Is the REFRIGERATOR that is different from nil the lest.
It isn't made primarily to SELL, with nothing but a linnd
some appearance to recommend it j it is made to save money
for the consumer.
Instead of having porcelain or tile linings, for instance,.
ZINC 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 SiCKV aWk -
"I find your Caftorla la very beneficial la tht)
treatment of chlldnn'a allmcnta."
. IHvia, St. D ,
"I object to what aro celled patent medicine,
tthero mat-er alone Loom a w hit Hull U pal In litem,
but I know tho formula of ) our Cuatoria and lult o
ltanMjlnpmiicrctiFca. !JudgolttliA wry UN
f al, as will aa harmlcaa family medicine.'
N. II. blti!, M. D ,
llruoUyn, N. V.
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