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2:30 EDITION Today the Bulletin Is a greater business than yesterday Our progress is your success
From San Francisco:
For San Francisco:
ADVERTISING is the
"OUd to ntrct yon" of
business, and it depends a
whole lot on how you say it.
also where you say it.
NIiion Mmu May IS
.Miirnma May 2S
iMaknra Mn 2."
VOL. XI. NO. 4310.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MAY 13. 1009.-8 PAGES,
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ORGANIZES FOR ACTION
Portuguese Homesteaders Are
Ready To Come, and A. J.
Campbell Will Go To Europe
Money Available First of
A. J. Campbell will be sent to Portugal within ths nest few weeks
as the agent of the Territorial Board of Immigration. From fifteen hun
dred to three thousand Portuguese are ready to take passage for Hawaii
and take up agricultural work in the islands.
This most important announcement comes from the Board of Im
migration meeting held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
For tome time past the Board has been in correspondence with the
shipping agents who bandied he barters of steamers engaged in bringing-
the last shipment of Europeans, and these shippers are desirous of
conducting the business along the same lines as heretofore. No diffi
culty will be encountered in procuring charters.
It is also authoritatively announced tl.ot the sugar corporations will
be ready to nay bv the first of July the additional one per cent income
tax due in November under the law passed bv the last Legislature, thus
immediately providing ample funds to carry on the work of getting the
The Hoard la now organized nml
ready fur business and will proceed
to Its work Immediately.
Permanent olllces will bo opened
either down ton n oi In t lie cupitol
building TliosV will be In chnige nl
mi assistant secretary, probably
William Suvldgc. Information will
be Immediately sought from those
In charge ot cveiy ugrlciiltutal cn
tcrpilsu n to the number of people
the) can tnUc and what the) can
7TH INFANTRY BAND
AT MOM TONIGHT
The famous Seventh lnfiuiti) Itcgl
mental I lit ml which arrived on thu
Sheridan today fiom tbo Coast, will
give u concert tonlKht at tbo Moanu
Hotel. Ibis baud comes heio with a
splendid imputation, und thu occasion
will be .) tie it to all music loveis.
Dm lug dinner, previous to tho cou
ccit, and Tin tho iluucu that is lo fol
Ion it, Ihu Hiijal Hawaiian Quintet
Club will plaj All Arm mid Navj
people, gutsls of thu hotels, and tonus
folk aio coidlally limited
toH AMI '
Corner Fort and
The meeting was railed cstorday
afternoon by Hlchard I vein, the new
ly appointed president of thu Hoard
and Superintendent of Immigration.
Those present were 1 2. A Mott-
Smith, J. J. Carden and A I. C At
kinson. Mr Wodchouse, the other
member, Is out of town
The llrfit business wns permanent
organization Mr (vers Is head of
tbo Hoard by virtue of his uppolnt
ment 2 Mr. Mott-Smltb nominated
Mr Atkinson as Secretary of the
lloaid, which was iiitlflcd without
Our New Spring and
Are the finest we have ever shown.
Made by the best tailors in 'the
world, they show it in every line.
We want you to see them, because
we know you'll like them and want
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Who Will Represent the Territorial
Board of Immigration in Enlisting
opposition, mid E II. Wqilchouie
was elected auditor
With the organization completed
Mr hers outlined bis ideas of the
piopcr plan of action Ho believed
the Hoard should start Us work im
mediately, open a permanent offlce
where all the statistics and unliable
material for the promotion ot the
cnuso may be open to the public and
piocccd to business
(Continued on Page 5)
Kied W'aldriin bus tendon d to Gov
imor Fruit i his leslKiiutluu .is n meiii
her of tbo lloaid of Liquor I.lceuso
Commissioners, to which bo was re
cutita appointed. Mr. Wnldinn Is go
ing nwuj for somo time, and Itcls tb.it
bis buslnt ss Intel oBts icqulro IiIb at
tention Tho (luvornor seems to be having n
hnid time lo fill up thu llcenso bo.ud
No sooner Is tmu nun ap oiuted than
another lesigiiH II bus been til two
ilnjs sluco Mr Craig was, appointed .1
member of the lloaid, and now theie Is
Remember that taxes become delin
quent after Saturday, The ten per cent
penalty may be saved by your paying
near car line.
LOW. 6 rooms, bath,
tric lights, well
kept lawns, sta
home, 7 rooms,
terms. A real
Washington, May i3.-The de-1
bate on the Philippine tariff bill was
begun today. J President Talt dis-1
cussed the sugar weighing frauds
with United States Senator Hepburn,
who referred to a previous investiga
tion proving that frcdulent work on
the part of the Trust existed.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.
Thomwall Mull ally, assistant to
Patrick Calhoun, was on the witness
stand today for the defense of Cal
houn. Mullally testified that no
money was paid by Calhoun and the
United Railways for the purchase of
the trolley franchise for which the
bribed Supervisors voted.
Wank books or all sorts, ledgers,
etc, manufactured by the Uulletln
PURE FOOD LAW
Local dealers who hove been bell-'
ing Impure, udultcruted or Imitation
goods us the genuluo article, con
trary to the provisions of the Terri
torial pure food law, nro liable to
Dud themsclvis In trouble Hubert
A Duncan, fund coninitshinucr uud
nmiljst of the Hoard or Health is
after them with a big slick, and has
alieady taken steps to have u wui
rant sworn nut for tho arrest of ono
merchant on the charge uf selling
imitation goods as the genuine.
Mr. Duncan stated this morning
that a large amount uf so-called
gluten is being sold In Honolulu
which Is In reality not gluten at all.
but simply ordinary flour, of the
common or garden variety Yet the
CUNHA'S GLEE CLUB
AT SEASIDE HOTEL
"Soniii" Cunlia h-(Ilea Club will bo
thu drawing card at tho Seaside hotel
daucu tills evening Sonny, with his
band of twelve muslcluns, piomlses
tho best ever In Die lino of dance music
and Hawaiian singing, Tho reception
room uh well as lhe open air dining
lanul will bo turned over to tho danc
ers; tho grounds will bo brilliantly Il
luminated with varl-colored ekctrks,
uud a more attractive or Inviting spot
than thu lawns of thu Scusldo over
looking thu ocean will bo hind to find
A special Invitation Ih extended to
thu ulllceis anil ladles on board the
transport Shcrldmi ns well us to thu
local Arm) anil Nuvy officials, and
their wives, the guests uf the oilier
hotels, and town society folk
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 0I IRON BED8
JUST RECEIVED. , i.mJ
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
cordova Ah.ka, May i3.-The
l Japanese sealer Maamaru was warn-
cd by the United States authorities
for being near the forbidden limits,
WASHINGTON, Mav 13. Lieut.
Commander Offley wns today ap
pointed chief engineer of the Pacific
fleet, with headquarters on board
the cruiser Tennessee.
STRIKE IS HELD DOWN.
PARIS, May 13. The strike is
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Kl'KKKA Sailed May 12
ilk. S C Allen, for Honolulu.
SYUNBY Sailed Muy 10
S S. Mukuru, for Honolulu
SAN rRANClBCO Hailed Ma) 13-
S. S. Tcnjo Mam, 1 p. m , for Mono-
iKAHULUl Sailed -Ma 8:
Schr Prosper, for llllo, -
BULLETIN ADS PAY
dealers nro charging ten cents n
pound fur the product over und
above the regular price of Hour
"I havo beic u sample," he said,
"that Dime fiuu one of the local
stores, which Is labeled puiu gluten
Pure gluten Is supposed to have no
starch In It, und Is ubed lij patients
aflllcted with diabetes und similar
diseases which aic aggravated bv the
consumption ot starch. And et,
this sample, by anal) sis, contains 70
per cent of starch It Is nothing
moro nor less than common flour.
"I have taken the matter up with
tho Attorney General and expect him
to issue a warrant for the arrest of
the dealci who Is selling this Imita
tion. "This Is only the first of a mini
bcr of similar charges which I shall
probably bring. There is too much
of this kind of thing going on, and
I um going after the violators of the
pure food law
"These dealers arc not only vlo-
(Continued on Page 4)
S.S. mLONIANr March 18
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
'E do not
and cuisine than
The Palm Cafe
TO WORK AT
Japanese Strikers Confer With Those At
' . .
VvaipahtJ "" ROSS Lettd Not Yet
AnsweredJapanese Contractors Dislike
Loss of Money From Strike
Manager Itoss of Honolulu I'lnnta
Hon ii'fiiMs In consider uii) ileni.ui I
that mav bo made on blin bv lhe l;il
(ireis of the plantation until the) gi
Into the Held tu work. If tile strlkeis
see lit to remain out. their pi ices will
be taken In others
This Is the meaning of the letter
that wus sent to the commlltce of
strikers b) Manager ltoss last vnilng
It Is also utideistoad tint the spirit
und pill pose of this letter has the solid
backing of all the sugni plantation In
terests ot the Islands
lhe) will not deal with men who
have mi little regud for thu Interest
of their itnplojers tint Ihi ) leave
them without notice and subject them
to heavy losses
On the other hand lhe) are- quite
ready to discuss the situation with the
legitimate woikmen of the plnutiitluii
and will cooperato with them In all
movements to Improve tho condition
of thu workmen
Thu letter of Mnnager Kors Is as fol
lows. Alea Oaliu, T 11 , May 12. li)
Messis T Oklno. II Kog.i. It Ilorll
CAN A DEAD
Interesting Question For
Judge Robinson To
CAN A DEAD MAN HAM" PI.
Can a dead man commit trespass,
and inn he, b) allow log himself to
be bulled In u grave dug In laud be
longing to another man, become lia
ble for dumuges'
That is tho Interesting question
that Is up to Judge Robinson lo ict-
(Continued on Page 4)
SAN FRANCISCO, May 12. Su-
car 8R analysis beets, 10s 6 3-4d.
Paritv 4.22 cents. Previous quota
tion. 10s Gd.
We send out on errands are those in,
whom the public has confidence. You
may count on them all of the tirre.
8ERVICE. PHONE 361.
Without a n
equal for Sum
some, cool, ser
Y M.ieda S s n ul.i T Murik.ivva, '
T Tukiitu Vv Shiiundu. S Sasaki,
S Kauainaia (i Sugljutiui. U. Yu
miiiilshl, T Aovnmii. T Mljushlru,
K Mlvnznkl K t'ujlmorl, K. Knru
okn H Kiishlvviida, N Nakasblmu
(iintlemcn Your letter or stale
nienl of Mu Id. piirKrtltig to bo n
statement uf grlevunces by the lahor
ns of thin plantation, mid u request
fui the ndrtss of tho same, has been
dill) lecelved b mt, and the contents
of same c uef nil) noted, not only by
in) self, but bv the owners of the plan
tation In the first place 1 desire tu thank
ou for ur acknowledgment und
apiiuclutlon of 'past kindness mid
favor" on niv part und for the declurii
Hon of jour piesuit "slniero respect
Whuthci I nm alliou admit o-,noi
I am sure that I have tried to treat jou
for vour acknowlidiueiit ami rcgri"
that vou havo found It nccetinar), with
an emplo)ur Mich ns j on believe mo t"
be tu iiiit wink in u bod) vvlthou
(Continued on Page 2)
FELL RECORD SO
Nearly $400 Paid Out
As Fees For
Klncu tho JlrBt of the )ear theie
bin bteu mi extruordimir) epidemic,
of homicides und suicides In feoit
to coronet's Juiles alone the Auditor
has drawn warrants amounting l
The heaviest IndlvHlunl mnnlli.
wus that of March, the fees for thu
month having iimnuuted tu $1-0. A
liugu part of tho muiiej was for Jul.
leu called to sit In suicide (.it-es.
rebrnury hnd tho best sheets but
during the twentj -eight dn)s o"r that
mouth Inqiicsls costing the lUyviujiil
count) JUG for Juror's fees ulono (vfiln
t'p till jesterdoy May had'shnvVti
a iGCind of 1(10 vxpcndoit as Juroi'i.
fees for iniiuests As that covered
i hardl) more than a third of tlio
mouth, their Is it chance that tho
fell record of March may ho exceed-
d The expenditures monthly, th)s
enr have been us follows:
January, S"2, IVbruarj', Jfldt
March $120. April, 72; May (Orsl
hulfi $1.0 ,