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npl I Editorial Rooms, - 185
eiMBuslness Office, - 256
The time never comes when a re
construction docs not imperil some
great interest. Hebcr Newton.
It Is not ,i iiucstlon of i.ipllnl
against IiiIhii. Inn of ill'' iiBlialor
nKnlust the promfss uf linwiill.
Hcptitatilo tiioii In the .Inpnncii
colony must leallze that no mine
liHimontotis upportunKv ever offi-ied
tin-in lo show Hint the air mi the
mI1! of co-opcrutloii ami the i (million
Rood iih opposed to reckless imitation
I. el thu Atiiorlciin-IItivvnlliin steam
ship operators linvo the benefit of
or iiiluloit on whether the new
KtemiiNhlp should accommodate
twenty-five or one linnilieil iinil
twenty-live passengers. A timely
word hIioiiIiI accomplish much lo
STAND PAT AGAINST AGITATORS.
The Suuar Planters' Association Is
utpectcil in Ktnml linn nitulnst the
AKltntor niiil the Agitator's game.
This labor question ns It In now
proisontcd Id most vital to the future
of every riislit-thliiKlUK citizen ami ic3
iilent of I lit m Territory.
It will lie n ami day for the Japanese
ns well at the American If u weak anil
invertebrate policy is followed by (hoso
littvltiK tin active management of the
principal industry in their hands.
Thin la a question of the llllldneon
va. Hecencv. tin- drafting Ajtltntor h.
the Honest Worklnmnen
In the Interests of the ureal mass or
laborer who are being inlslcil, tho
liinmnimn interest should resist to
the utmost tlie movement now on foot.
moy must snvo .tlie .misguided -men
fiom themselves, for the first people
lo feel the bitter lilneh of sufferliii! if
tho campaign of the Agitators suc
ceeds Is thu workman of the planta
Tho sugar Interests In taking this
firm stand should hnve the united and
continued support not n good word
for two or three irays .mil then crit
icism or the luminous community of
every race and imtlon;illt . mid par
ticularly uf thu Japanese who have all
to lose and nothing to gain from the
success of the Agitators
The Issue Involved Is more far
reaching tlinn Is represented In the
wording of the demands written bv the
Agitators and presented b.v the men
If this movement Is succc.riil It
means the coutiol or the sug.ii Indus
try by the most liiesp'":s'.bip i icuicnts
tliut (ho cit or Honolulu can muster,
il Is therefore as much the iilfalr of
tho .In panose merchant and business
man ns tho Amerlcmi.
Tho Agitators have been wllj
enough to lncludo In their rensnns tor
forcing n strike statements (lint have
:i temblance of nppc.il to fair play.
They, for Instance, take up tho ixilnt
liresuntod frequently by tho II it 1 1 e
1 1 ii, that there should bo n general
readjustment of the wage schedules
of tho sugar plantation so that a man
shall ho paid for tho character of his
woik regardless of his nnllonnllty or
This Is n subject that would unques
tionably receive the favorahlo consid
eration of tho sugar Interests, if prop
erly presented, but It cannot he dis
cussed Ihiotigh tiny high wago move
ment cart led on In tho manner that has
liiatked and now characterizes the
it should be established now, nnd
finally. If theio be any doubt of It, Unit
tho Indii8ttles or (his Tcirltory can
not be run b Agltutors who nro
"vvoiklng" thu laborois to lino their
own pockets with gold mid then leavo
tho hiboiers In the Iturh.
No better time has ever orfeteil In
fnco (his Issue Every sugar planta
tion In those Islands might better shut
its mill doois anil give the Ileitis over
to weeds than for this community to
ninko tho KunllltL or the Common
Rood nnd fill uio prospotltj nnd con
tentment thai would liicvltiilih result
from recognition and conct-sslon to the
arch agitators of Honolulu mid their
becret ugeiits who now Innzeul) threut
en the Industrial ptogioss or Htuvull
Km Innately thoio Is no reason to ex
pect extreme tesultu.
Under tho laws passed by tho last
Legislature tho labor market can be
satisfied ftom Iliuope, uttvi all tho clt
Per RU Mmilnii . . .
Pet Yer n?linriii I l.tio
Pet mi sin wlirtr m i. -iti.d I. Bo
Pcrc.r i-tpn il fotetK" .. 2.UO
Etfcrtvl At the Pmtoflire ftt Honolulu
nt Rrrotiil cIjm matter.
MAY 12. 1909
irons or Hawaii hae ! "I ill woik
And iiioie promising III in lids Is the
ltviiei.il lonvletlun that lln ureal hmlv i
of the Japanese people an not In smii I
pa I In Willi an upheaval Unit must In
the Ions run reduce tin earning enpac
lt. of the Japanese colon, ami brlnu
discredit Umhi It that Is I" no ine.iii"
A grand opportiinltv offers foi the
reputable (lenient of tin Japanese ol
ony to niaKe llu'insi lies leu 101 me
wclfme or Hawaii utlil the good n.ime
ot the Japanese The , ilucateil mo
thanlic and farmers, the luislness men
and the professional men must !
quick lo ree Hint mi far as the Aitltat
ors of llonoliitii ami plantation Iniei
ests tire oiiciiue,l the present eoiin-1 ,
will lie a ('oiliest to a llulsh.
These same repiilahle men might I
howuvor, ireselit tlieenuse of the plan
tutlon laborers in a manner Ihal would
attract the kludl) attention of Hie coin
tiiiinity at huge ami those meiiinliiK
Kcputnhlu men of the ell haw II
within their power lo dlsplaee akIih
Hon and Intimidation wlih Coocrnton
Ho far ns the Agltuiois an con
corned this Tenltor i, fuses lo lie inn
by them, mid will so rcfusi Tin ie Is
no middle ground on that sum'
At least somothliiK has bteii Rained
hen (he American-Hawaiian steam
ship people let a contract tor n steam
er with pnBfccuxer accommodations to
ply between this port mid Sim Kiiin
lint Isn't twentyflvu passeiiKers a
very small capacity to he offt'ieil b
l1'10 ""f that carries l In, major portion
"' U1" r)r' millions dollnrs worth of
freight shipped to and rroiu these Is
lands mid the mainland?
Thu new steamer of this line should
give Honolulu a passenger capacity of
one hundred, nnd then it would not he
overdoing the thing.
This cltv Is bound to grow The
people nre coming this w.i. An 1 lln
American Hawaiian sli .unship oper.it
ors should have some nieasuu of iit'ei
est III the duveloinient of lucre im d
passenger irmllc with the m iliilmul
paitlcill.il as Ibis Terrltorv is stand
lug pat on the question ot the coast
wise shipping piotectloii
I'or u Hue that can les the rrelght
given the American Hawaiian Hue. the
steamship with (list class accommoda
tions foi one hundred people Is none
loo much. Sooner or Inter lids Terrl
too will support (he Inteiests Hint
boost for Hawaii mill nro willing to
teclprocate Height business with t-hlps
on which passengers npiy travel.
The Anieiicmi-Ilavvnllan line is big
enough and wealth. enough ami getu
enough or Hawaii's huslnc-n to do
something vvoitli while In passeng"r id
fcilngs POST'S LOCATION.
(Continued from Paie li
Thu plans for thu big brigade
post am now being ill aw a in the
llunrtci master - Generals Dcpnil
uient ut Washington, and will pi nim
bly be ready before very long
When the plans me touipletcd the)
will he sent to Captulu Castner, In
stt lilting qiimtermiister here, who
will then send out the plana and
speclllcatlotis to ptohablu blildeis.
Ah the ptojett Is a huge one, It is
expected that big lontractliig Hi ms
nil over the mainland will submit
tcndeis as wion as the bids me ad
vertised for mid spei mentions uic
On Jul) I tin-to will bo $200,0111
available to (Oimuencu woik on the
big post. As the total tost or.i.on
Kti notion will probablj appro.ii h ten
times Hint amount, il will be up to
thu War Department to decide whei
the start shall be made. Hpcclflia
tlnus will bo sent out for only that
poi (Ion of tho work which it Is de
cided (an lie completed within the
When (ho specifications mo ready
bills will have to bu advuitlsud or
for thlity days. This menus thai,
weie woik to begin on tho dale thai
the nppropi Intlon Is available, lend
ers would huvo lo be called for by
the lGth of this mouth. This would
Ran h of over 100 ncrcs 12 ncrcs
to piiflucc fruit during this coming
teaion and 30 acres to come into
beam.! next year 10 additional
ncrcs sro ready for planting. The
fruit in the ground and which is to
bo harvested during the next four
teen immtlu should nearly p.ty for
the mopi-rtv. Interested parties can
secure hither details at our office.
be .1 I
, imposi!iilii. owlui;
li ir Hie liii.ird lo
i-liui K'R.iidliiK the lo
Ir me I'lilli'd for. contract-
luoli.ilih i nine ovr here
in nialnl.iiiil bo over the
Ul I 11 il
I tlioroniili! . , and then sub-
.i their bids
I lie bids will In' opened by the
onvtriictliilt iiii.iiieimuster, In nil
piobublllt, lii-i.'.nl of at WnshliiK
loti. I'apialii C.istner will then niiikn
a dlRest uf lln utrlons bids, and will
submit lln in ' UashliiKtou with Ills
reeotntiuiiil.il Ions Tho War I)e
purtnieiii will then hno to ko oier
the iimiii'i and make the award. !
ftei the iiuaidliiK of the Job and
the slituinK of tlie intitract, the uui-ii-ssrul
bidder will liUVe time to erect
his plunt on the grounds mid em-,
plov his woikmeii, so that even nfler
i-wiUlllllK W settlld II will teilllttu
smiie I Inn' to Kei liiilldlnK operations
l hi lod
It is tin- ilesh nt the A I Illy au
thorities to Kel oiK iiinler wa as
soon as possible. boueM'i. so it Is
llkel that the inilv aiiliimu will
see an arm of woik men a cm n in
cut oil nt l.elleliiin.
Though the actual (onstriictlon
will bo dotip br (ontrnit. Captain
CnatniT. as (oiiRlruitliiR nnnitcr
ninster, will have to supervise It per
sonally mid see that all work Is done
In acioidance with the specifica
tions. John lliirioughs, the naturalist, who
.rivi im tle Mongolia yesterdav.
called on fiovernnr Kicnr (hits mornlpg.
acconip.inleil by llr Cooper
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
Cor. Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
1 x. JUL Hi
YOUR MEALS where you
KNOW that evervthing you
get is pure, clean, ucll-cooked
and wholesome. Eat at the
(lovetnor Kreui .veslerday virtu
ally touipletcd (he iiecotlnllous with
the Mmil Agiknllilial Company lor
ihe exihnnge h (he (juveinmcut of
the Onuioplo cane land for the llulkil
pineapple lands. The hitter tract
tonslsts of ST:', aires of good laud,
nearly all of which Is suitable for
the tnlsliu oi pineapples. Th
Onuioplo lands tompilse about 1,200
uries. Including gulch laud. Ncnrl)
all ot It Is good sugar land.
This deal has been under way for
something over a yenr, Governor
I'renr has been to Maul two or tluee
Union and has gone over both tracts
The new land acqultcd by the
Teriltor Ihiotigh this exchange
will be cut up as toon ns possible
and tlnowii open for liomestendliiR.
It will iKiommod.ito a good-sled
(olou.v or small fanners. Much of
Hie land In thu vicinity Is already In
pineapples, which do return kabl)
Alcohol is i li- In st known preserva
llve of tni'dlciil eontpoiinils, and (he
uvciage piopiiointv luedlcluo conliilns
fiom in pir t-i in to L'2 KT cent, which
Is the sm illesi pi slide amount to pie
eivo the Ingle llents, whlh Ihe aver
ago iloi nir's in ,-si rlpllon eonlalus final
!!." pel cent lo "u per cent.
Hiu li slamhii I picparailous as l.vdlu
II. I'lnkh in.'- Vegi'tablo Compound
iiiutiiliis Inn Is p..- cent, and thuv
even pi. i th Ciiiiipiiiind up lu tablet
fin in, wlihli tin im'i'-sciupulnus wo.
mini, who olden, in iilciihol In an ill
glee lll.iv n
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Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
Beginning Monday Morning,
May 17th, 8 o'clock.
H lvNT -willows,
ti n in ii r r i v il
women anil othtTs
not accustomed to
business place their
n flairs 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.
MRS. i Ii. INGALLS
The farewell reiital to he slveti
b Mrs Arthur II InK.ill" at the lesl
ilenee of (!oernor 1'iear on Thuis
da eveiilnK iiromlses to be mi event
or more than usual Interest In so
elet and musical elri les. Tlie fol
lowing ladles are p.ilioncsscs:
Mis A I'. I'rear, Mrs. it. 1'. 1)11
llncliiiin. .Mrs V. S. Schuyler. Mrs.
S V nininliur. Mrs. I!. II. Wluslow.
Mrs S II. Wiiilbains. JlrH. A rf. Me
Creu. Mrs II M. von Holt. Mil. I'..
A Mott-Sinlth. Mis. J A. MiClilui
less, Mrs. I .J. I.owrey. Mrs, Walter
llorrman. Mis. II. II. Uesuirick. Mrs.
I) II llltiluock .Mrs. ('has. Weight.
Mis W. Klnni'v. Mis W. II. Pot
wine. Mrs. I.. Telinv Peek. Mis.
Then, lllilliinls. Mrs. II. M . Mnc-
vall. Mis. W M. liinliiun. Alts, fin
est Itoss, Miss i:ise Wi'l'lliniiieiiei',
Miss Mai'ttmel Chu I.e. Miss Alice
ltojfcrs. Miss Cn nil mi Sheflleld Miss
Amu us .luilil. Mis Mit'oimli I. Mis
r r theitoii
OCEANIC U COMPANY
William O Irwin & Co, general
agents for the Oceauli Stemnsliip
Conipaii). have IssiKd Hie rollovving
'We beg to draw the atlendon of
the ineiiantlle business (onuniiiilt.v
of the Islands to the nrivnntagcs now
offered by the Oi entile S. S. Conip.ui
In ret living overland ft eight for Is
land consumption, nnd delivering is
land produce ut the China llnsln,
the tfiniluul point of the Ovcilnin,
Itnllrn.id service entering In San
Krnnclsto, without (ho expense ot
trans-shipment. The efficient regu
lar three weekly service offered by
the S. S. Alameda will piove a con
venience toiiuerfhanls ieielving ov
erlaiul lonslgnnients hy ciinlillng
(hem (o place their goods on Hits
mniket within the shoitest iossl
ti Ie pcilod nnd lit a minimum ex
pense. In order that this service
may bo made effective, we would sug
gest to the patrons of the Oceanic
S. S. Co. that hy Instructing Ihel
Kastcru agents to unite via the 8 S
Alameda untl (he O. H. S. Co. line, (if
on the llrst vessel calling nt the Chi
na liastu, tney win miueriniiv iro
piovu (heir oppoi (unities for placing
r'abtcrn consignments on (his mtr
(Sgnd.) Win. (i IRWIN CO Mil
W.M. (I IIIWIN CO., LTD
Ccner.ll Agenls O S. S Ol"
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New assortments in silver
nnd German silver purses and
wrist-bags at reasonable prices
See our new line. We know
we can please you.
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Happy Young Bride Is,
On Her Way To ;
The Orient I
The dniulilei of An n, Mai Kl I I
ii'issed tliKiiuh this ism on lln M""
uolla on her wedrilnK trip llo I .
icitne .ibnilt Ii told ill the I nil as mi j
! 1'iom n elinnce mecllna In niidiHHinl
on a irntis-Pacillc. liner h fen tin niln
imo, man years nfter thev hn.l tlii
nut as Ihi.v nnd girl, there Ins doul
opul n roniaitce that will lenih tin
hum moon stage nnxl Tuesila m tin
St I'rnnel hotel In Hie niBiilnst'' m
Miss (leoiBlnnii i:ilrnheth MneKIII"
mid J K Houston Fiank. miiii net
the llrm of Memlelsoii & Kmnk "Ilk
denleis or Yokohamn, I'nrls and I on
don Ki.mli wns Kmduntiil from iln
t'nleihll of California with the etn -of
1!MIS, nnd Is inn1 or Ihe weiltb'.c-'
Miimit me i In i'an rniiiolsn), his home
The otum couple will upend iim't
or their bom, moon In YoKohnma. Mis
MacKlllop's home Is at 3iH South Oil.,
Miss MncKlllop. with her fatliet,
Aichlbald MncKlllop who Is connecte.'
with tho Crown distilleries. JoitmeWi'
In llnnolnlii recentl.
I'liink. who was In Yokolinnn In
cliaige of the silk firm, was called on
business to Kim I'rnnrlseo. The cs 1 1
he sailed on touched nt Honolulu, and
soon nfler I'iniik dlsroierctl that Mis
MncKlllop with her father wete on
the ship hound for home. The old glil
mid hov Irlendshlii wns nt oiic re
Hewed, nnd deM'h,H'il rnpldlv Into til
feet Ion. March IT the couple an
iioiinced (heir ciiRwnH nt. Mm I a
local I'ii'jIij KM I in mliilslei will ii"in
Mlss Clillstlne MncKlllop slsti r of
(he lillde to he will act a i brldcinald
Hlank hooka of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured 1) tho llullcllu
rp: a p p
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tank dtvcloiier with the new
Ingento Film Holder
Made in all sizes: price, 15c to 2jc each: 75c to $1.25
per half dozen. Call and ask to sec them at the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Lid.
"Everything Photographic." Tort St , near Hotel.
Is 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,
ZINC is used. It isn't so pretty, but it ENDURES, in
stead of peeling1, cracking or breaking.
So it is right through. The Eddy Refrigciator is built
Tlieo. H. Davies Sl Co.,
Genuine, just the sort Granihnr. brewed for your pleas
ure. You will find tt at our fountain Cool, refreshing,
healthful. It qucnch:s thiiut and puts vim in your com
position. Benson Smith & Co,, Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
m 1 HI
jour sr mmam
WAS SO RUN DOWN
LIFE NOT WORTH LIVING.
A Few Bottles of Pcruna
Restored Me to Health.
Montreal, ("nil., w rites :
"I wns much distressed Willi neuralgia
anil was so run down that llfn w.m mt
worth living. I trbd airreat many reni
cdlts, but all In no effect.
"I met a friend of mine, mid (old her
of my nllmont. Sho nilvlnod mo to try
lior roincdv, IVriiua.
"Allbnugli I hail no rnltli In Parana, t
took lier advice, mid am jileased to statu
(lint tlie neuralgia ia entirety iuii inc,
and hnvegnlneilsolu health that 1 feel
Juit like my old self ngalti.
"I nit, cnjojlllg tho best of health.
AVeliavonn II le ninny thoux Hid testi
monials like (he 111 ovo, Ve enn glo
our readers only n sl'glit gllinpsuof tlio
vast array of iinrollclled eudursemeuu
l)r. Ilartinan is receiving.
The following wholcsnlo (lrugcl.vt
will supply the retail trn-lo:
Jlcnson, Tiniltb ,i Co.,