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RVnNINO nm,fKTIN, 'HONOLULU, T IT, TlillllflnAY. MAY 11, IDfll.
13ft WING BUIXETXN
MX u.l WEEKLY Pubiii5.edu) BULUllIv. PUBLISHING CO LIU
At 120 King Street, Hoaoiulu. Temtory of Hw
'Jr tren day except Sunday Weekh imiied on Tudy of tth week
KEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PHESJ
Vftlinog R. Rtirrlnuton, tldltor
40BSCUIPT10N HATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCI
VUNI!a HUUUHIIN , WHHKI.V IlLI-LUTIN
tr Moiiltl Anrwlitretn IIS . 8 ,7 J In-DMum .. ,b
v, Qun anywhrt In f H j.tui I l V, iiiynticrclnUS l.oo
t AiitirteliiUS . I Wr Aiiywhtrt In Cnid I. no
er Yell imAlpAld lareiRti I3.cmi rt r, pmlpAlel, foreign 2.oo
cmmiLArioN lamulsi oi an nlwpapeh published
io 'hr rrrnti t nt Hawaii,
Tp radiiorutl Rooms,
U mc.- Office,
Firtrrtd il the I'mttoftir at Hoiiulult
u ntornt cln ntttttr
MAY 13. 1009
And let him go where he will, he
in only find so much beauty or
orth as he carries Emerson.
Tho preonl Is an opportunity for
' I men who want to work, regard
js of raci' or nntlonnlltj.
Don't uo fool lull nnil soil out )our
mar docks tit n sairlllce miles jiiii
,e absolutely bent on losing money
1 L .
Tersel.v Intel pit toil the letter of
Mnnagcr Hos to the Japanese labor
cm of IiIr pl.iiitation, now on strike
moans tli.it In will not (leal Willi them
until tlie pi to work ami present tbclr
requests through the usual cbnnncls
Tills wo believe Is tbo message of
tlio milled sugar Interests of thoe
Islands Io tlio agitators who nro iislm:
tlio honest working men of the 11, I.I
anil mill In n movement tin1 p'lnnrj
iurKse of which Is the onrUhnunt of
the agitators nut to help win In rs, but
. FOR SALE
Ranch of over 100 acres 12 acrcv
to produce fruit during this cominu
season and 30 acres to come into
bearing next year 10 additional
acres aw 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
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Japanese must lonrn tli.it they are
. -.Iu- .tim.1 l.i li inhtilnrii Tltn
'""' .,' ' ' "'"""" ' t()ni0U iiuinan iinranltos tu IIm In lux
ooncr they recognize It the better i '
or nil conrcriieil.
Stnnil llrm for fair plaj anil
gainst agitators who would s.icrl-
As the pltuatloii develops ibis paper
belleCH lh.it Iho sentiment of the
rrc.it hod) of tlio Japanese Is not In
siupath wllh the agitators' strike
,,.e the prospoilty of nil In order to The workmen are In the main con-
Thoj have been misled by false
statements and false promises The)
If ou believe the Amerlcnn-Ha- j UT0 ,.n(iinB their own light and
wnllan lino should give Honolulu 10J mgt ca sooner or later that
passenger accommodations along ,I0 nBitutors' program Is dishonest
with Its freight fcervlec give Hie and rannot hiicccciI.
management of the lino tlio bcnollt The letter of Mr Uoss Indicates
of our opinions
Wo'll have thino hundred thous
and Huropcaii Inunlgiants, and when
tho freight linos wnko up to the Jus
tice of tbo demand for passenger
accommodations, tho hundred thous
and tourists all carried In American
eivcoono liollees In peace, though
tlicy'do halo tbo lurking feeling
(hat It should bo used lo picparo for
i-nr. That s why wo should all talk
or peaco and celebrate l'caco Day
o tho mlllenltini may be hastened. so
fur as this generation Is ablo to help
plaint; that the pl.infitlon will deaf
with tho workmen nnd Is ready at all
times to discuss complaints and rec
tlf niiN abuses when presented In tbo
This Is fair It must nppeal to the
workman's senso of Justice whether ho
be Japanese, Chinese, I'orto Hlcnn or
Tho Jupancso will demonstrate their
good sense by returning to work and
A general readjustment of tho wage
rchcdiiles of tho-sug.tr plantations can
undoubtedly be brought about If the
pioplo most dccplj Interested, the
vorkmen, go nmout it In a business
like manner This readjustment should
bo brought about Men should be paid
with regard to the character of tlie
labor thej perform
Hut not one single concession can
bo mado with decency and respect un
CARL KALIS SHOWED
JUDGE GOOD r.ALiSI:
And Robinson Gave Him
Time To Earn The i
"Vh .didn't joti send me word jou
wanted me In court? 1 am working
and I haven't time to come up hoie
unless )ou let mo know when I am
That was tho somcwli.it stnrtllng
proposition put up to Judge lloblnson
yesterday afternoon by Carl William
O. II Kaus, who had been ordered b
the court to appear and show cause,
If ho had nnj cause. wh ho did not
pay tho coMh assessed against him in
Iho suit for dlMirco brought against
him bj his wife Silldit
Juilgo ltobinsiin ,nH so Impressed
by tho man's statement that ho was tit
work trjlng to earn tho money to pnv
the costs that be continued the matter
until next Saturday to give him n
chance to collect the necessary lucre
The suit for divorce comes on for hoar
lug at the same time.
YOUR MEALS where you
KNOW that everything you
get is puie, clean, well-cooked
and wholesome. Eat at the
Thero Is no good reason whj In
dustrious plantation laborers should
ouit work on tbo plantations at tho
i...... ...... ....
command of an agitator with whom;iii me program cu Agnation aim mum
he cmplojers refute to deal, cspec-, Idation Is overthrown Public opinion
Inlly when the cmplocers aro unite will not support the course that has
ullllnir to listen to tbo men while been taken bj the IniMiinhu under a
plantation work proneds
false leadership of soihih grafters
I'uli Ic opinion cMMUinlh pievalls
Miss Mabclle Dlggart. tho writer and
lecturer, expects to arrive In Honolulu
by the Manchuria Juno 30th, to remain
somo time In order to securo data for
tho second book of her series of publi
cations entitled "Seeing tho World "
The Immigration IIimiiI could hirtll''
havo Hlartid out with belter piospects
than the mws of thru thousand peo
plo read In corn, to Hawaii when the
transportation Is provided
Having completed tin- organization
It Is to bo hoped and m iv bo presumed
that tho Hoard will lorvvunl the work
for which It w is created with the ut
Tho readiness of tho lurgo Industrial
Interests to pa i licit Initmio tax the
Jlrst of Julv, wh u It becomes duo. In
stead of tbo 15th of November when
It becomes iklliniiu nt, Is proof of tbo
enthusiastic lucking tho Hoard has.
Tho comiiiunlt) nintlmcnt Is with the
It Is "up to tho Hoard
Dclcgato Kuhlo uvvea It lo his sup-
noiters If not the people of the Ter
ritory to make some btatement of the
reason for his return lo his homo at u
tlmo when tariff legislation of tho ut
most Importance to tbeso Islands Is
under consideration In Washington.
Somo of the Delegate's now found
friends but secret enemies pat him on
the back and sii) ho might Just as well
be hole as In Wushlugtou, ns hu has
no vole Whin (ho r.mipalgn sturts
again tlitso will bo tho 'first to luin
hasto the In legato uud ihargo him
wllh deserting his post of duty at .i
critical pei led
Tbo Governorship story furnished n
possible reason for the Delegate's ro
turn. It would be eniliely legitimate
But tho Delegate denies tho tiutli of
Iho tiirlff situation In Washington
may work Itself out lo the untie sal
iufactlou of our people and fur the larg
est prosperity of Hawaii, but to u man
on tbo outside, tho common ordlnury
voter, It appoars that tho Dologatu Is
taking n long chance with tho luturests
of tho Tcnllory If ho lots It go at thai
You may bo cettuln that Link Me
Candloss will not fall to mako the
most of II when ho opens out on hU
i)tal campaign for Delegate,
CAN A DEAD MAN t
'Continued from Pace t)
tie True, the question is mil pro
pounded In Just that wa.v, but that
Is virtually the meaning of It
'Hie question arltes through tbo
tiespass action brought by Rebecca
Haker, by her attorue, Wnde War
ren Thiijer. against Anlanl Kaala-
liua. Tho complaint makes tho de
fendant the trespasser, though the
spccillcatlons show that certain de
ceased Japanese) uro really tho ones
who are unlawfully on or In the
It Is alleged that the plaintiff Is
tho owner n fa certain piece of land
and that tho defendant allowed and
ordered certain Lugo and unsightly
holes to bo dug In that land, to Its
great dlsllgtirement nnd detriment,
nnd that In these holes she permitted
to be burled the bodies of lortnlu
lapancso who had shufllid off this
She figures that, by this net of
ticsptiBs sho has been damaged to
(ho tune of $1,000, which Bum sho
asks tho court to allow her Also,
sho wants tho deceased Japanese to
movo off of or out of hor land.
"Now, ladles and gentlemen," bo
gan the political orator, "lend me
jour cars " Just then bomo ono
In the gnllory throw n head of cab
bngo nt tho speaker. "Pardon me,
my friend," continued tho speaker.
turning his eyes toward tho point
from which tho cabbage had come,
"I only nsked for jour cars; I don't
caro for jour head "
'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, Peninsula.
Cor, Fort and Merchant Sts.
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 i,n person.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel, bet. King & Merchant.
I It 0 1 $ i i 1 &!
Va A ata . W KiX TO' M m M V Si?. V!'-
r.t' isf a
for Bnfants and Children.
ave the Babies.
UCIV fcBBS OuO&ttfcasa
3f,Vsj'j' JfOIlTAI.ITV " Roniclliini? irigliinu. vie can nanny ri-m'
that of all tbo children born in iivilteil ounlries, twentv two pi reent , en
Alitnne lleves the Porto Itle ill who nctrly one.qiiarter.ilio uclore iney ream on- ji .. , u...v - I" " . -
was senleiieed to ten venis IuipiIhoii
went Ibis morning for a eiiinlnil a
RDlilt on n girl of tender vimis at
tempted lo commit suicide In hi 'H
Inst night Tlio prisoner was lot Perl
up ns usual for the night and sum'
time during tho evening a gunid m
Hood something peculiar about Iho at
tlttido of tho man On entering the
cell It was nt unco kihii that the Pin In
Hlean was trjlng to strnnglo himself
Ho was black In tho fice, ami In n
little time more would havo epiied
The mail lias been von despondent
since be was arietted. and has made
seveinl statements about the little girl
he pleaded gulllj to having assaulted
After iccelving tho trnvenr sentence,
and on bis wny to (bo Jail, he used
somo ver slicing language with lefei
once to tbo whole affair He will In
eloselj w niched In the Jail In rase be
makes another attempt to do nv.iv
more than onc-lblrd. before they nro live, ami one I lit before they are llfli . n I
Wo do not liesilato to siy that n timely use of Cnstorla would mvc a Majority
of Ihcso precious lives. Neither do we Iiesllalo losay Hint many of Hieoliifnnti1o
oVatlis uro occasioned by tbo uso of nnrcotlo preparations. Droiis, tinctures nnd
Bootlilnff sympu sold for chlldren'a complaints contain inoro or less opium, or
morphine. They are, In consiilci-iblo quantities, deadly iol,ii!. In any quantity,
they stupefy, retard cln illation and lead to i-ongestlons, sickness, death. Casloria,
operates exactly tho reverse, It causes tin blood to circulate properly, opens tbu.
pores of tlio skin and allays fever
SjX , S$a'r' "" B"rnnlcM rviiiiIiio
Physicians Recommend Cactoria.
"X hTc ticM jonf Caitorla In cwci nf rollr In
chllJrrn mxl hnrf fim! J itha trrt mnlirino of It
klnJ on Ibo miukcU" J, 1 BiMrno, M t ,
"A mtN.Iclnepoalnt)lc atnl lifflrlnl for rhll
ilren n jont tctrlj It Jeter via tho htluit ralo
1 flue! it In uo cTcrywlirrc."
J 8. ALBXArtncn, M I).
(in! ib i, Ntl
EXCHANGE OF 0MA0PI0
The cxch.iiiRe of the Onimiplo (tov
ernment lands on Mnul to Hk lliblwlu
InteiestH for the Haiku i Ineipple lauds
was cuiicludod this morning as wan
predicated In the Bulletin oi.i-r
daj llj (his exchange the (ioviiii
niclit gets about 12(1(1 acres for ST.!
The deeds were signed Ibis morning
and the patents made out
There will bo great doings at (he
t'ounlrj Club mi Salurdaj nfirinnon
mid night, and nil tho mcmbeiH aio
looking feu waul to Iho Chowder and
musical evening liming tho nftei
uooii tbeio will be uu Impiomptii
(otiimiiucut between the mairled
and single members of the club, and
lalcr on the chowder will bo held
Two busbos will run fioui tho end
of tho ear line to tho club house, nnd
will eiinlltiue In pl until late In tho
evening. Thebo vehicles will prove
a boon to the incnibeis Who aio
tired ouMiftcr (ho golf anil will have
then the walk down to the cms.
Members who mo nut golf plajers
aio especially requested to attend on
Saturdnj, ami us tho iuiislc.il pro
ginm promises to be an excellent
ono, no doubt u largo crowd will
roll up lo Iho function.
flare nM yenr CVtnrlv nn tnrlim orrailona
In riiltnlile rspi i end liivi found It n psTstibto rihI
rlUdrnl lHXntli cfpri I ill In Clio vnrluus dlicnici
of chltdtiixxl '
t'UAP EllWARtl flAKDINrn. V P,
Ilrrmlljn, K. T.
rA.tnrls U gml fnr clillorrn ah I I frMin-itty
rcirllic It, And aIwaj-a obtAlti llio drttn-d rrpiill M
1 lltlULli UlATIStll, VI II ,
HuITaK N I.
" I tiAt pn-rtihiil t Alnrl lo f jtnltlM for M-Trrot
7rr II ll all right, Villirtn llkoll, for clilldrtn
n III tuko II Uliout Any Ironlili "
C. A. Vllos. M. II ,
HI. Loale, Mn,
Yenr CAttmls I A pplf ndl I remedy forrlil drrti.
Know ti tlm wnrl I mrr I iipo II In I iy rnf Uro And
liar no lir.itnm y III rrrnnimriidllij: It for the Com
tiUlnllvf lufAntfAOdclilldnn "
J. A. BoArms, M.I),
Kami ( llj, Mn.
In Use For
Kt M .iihi,'3i.l
f" M iMWAtwiW
The lngalls violin recital at tho resi
dence of (lovcrnor and Mis lrenr this
evening will bo a society event of inoro
than usual rpiallty and (he piogram
will bo n ndorcd In a manner at unco
artistic and complete. 'Ihose assisting
Mrs lngalls aro well known (o I loan
lulu ami their performance this even
lug will bring added pleasures to tho
audience Tlfo iiiotn In which (be io
citnl will bo given will iicccimmodatu
onl.v two bundled and llfty persons
and II n III not bo overciowded A
treit Is in store for those who attend
and no one, who enJojH the best coin
position well rend tied, will allow any
thing to Interfeio with their being
pieseut Tickets aio to be had at (liir-rej's
Millions of people all over the
world arc using Sozodont, because
of its genuine value as a cleanser,
preserver and beautifier of the
teeth. Invaluable to those who
have good teeth and want to keep
them so. Absolutely pure.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
There is Little
(Continued from Pasc U
biting the Tcnltorlal law, bill (heir
sale of (hose goods Is a violation of
the I'cileral puie food law, and it is
possible that the matter in ly bo tak
en up by tbo 1'nlteil Slates niithoil
tles Hovvevei, I-can say nothing
about Hint, ns tho (Tnllcd States gov
ernment dois not allow Its olllcci'
to cIImiish sudi imiltcis Hut I .im !
going after Ihese people under the
Territorial statute1, nujvvaj "
Attorney (ienei.il Hemenw.ij bt.il
cd that lie bail been looking Into the
uidttci, but would not issue Ibo wnr
l .int himself, us nil criminal cases
now i nine under tho Jurisdiction of
the countv Ho would ruru tho ensn
over lo County Attorney Calhcart
ho mild and let him get out the vvni
i ant of in rest If ho so desires.
ill price between ordinary soda water and OURS.
DON'T YOU GET THE BEST?
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
PLAINLY HIRAM'S FAULT
"Well, by grass!" exclaimed runn
er (leohavv the olhor ovenlng ns ho
looked nt the tbermomotor. "Th pes
kj thing lies bin a-standln' purty
neiu zero tho hull day." "What clso
could jou expect, Hiram''" iclortcd
Mm (leohavv "Vow would lcavo It
n-liangln' out on Hi' back poich In
tli" cold 'stead uv hrlngln' It In th'
MILES OF SEA BRIDQED BY ONE
Bcginnintj Monday Morning,
May 17th, 8 o'clock.
Keep Liquids Cold 72 Hours
or Hot 24 Hours.
Quart size .
Pint Size ..
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Your pictutcs will be fioin 50 to 75 per cent belter
(unless you aio an cxpeiicnced pliotogiaphci), if you
have an A1IASTIGMATIC LENS fitted to jour Camcia or
This enables jou to tako good pictmcs under poor light
conditions, and is absolutely fice fiom nil optical detects
It can be fitted to any Kodac or Camera, and tlicie is no
additional expense in opeiatine; it.
Call and let us show you its advantages, whether you
intend to buy one or not; v.c shall be very pleased to
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.
"Everything Photographic." Tort St., near Hotel.
cBlltl'83?a' if'E?' $
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
ii it's painted by
The Taint Shop. 134 Kiug St.