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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 14, 1909, 2:30 EDITION, Image 1',
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From San Francisco:
Tcnjo Muni May 19
For -San Francisco:
Nippon .Mm ii Mny 15
.Mnrauiii Mny 2S
Mnkiiru Mny 23
DVERTISINQ is the
"Clad to meet jou" of
business, and it depends a
whole lot on how you say it,
also where you say it.
2:30 EDITION Bulletin Advertising is the merchant's nearest approach to a Desirable Necessity
VOL. XI. NO. 4311.
S PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1909. 8 PAOES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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EWA STRIKERS PROMISE TO RETURN PROMPTLY
RECORD SHIPMENT! OF CANNED PINES
EWA MEN STRIKE;
MEN FROM TOWN
Are Working In Fields
01 the Honolulu
EWA 1EN WILL RETURN
TO WORK ON MONDAY
Strike Situation Ouiet Intimida
tion Threatened at Waipahu
A report comes from Ewa since
the noon hour that the Japanese of
that plantation will return to work
tomorrow morning instead of Mon
day, at at first stated. This indicates
that wiser counsels are prevailing.
Ewa plantation Japanese, with tliu
exception of a few In llio outlliig sec,
tlon of the property, notified Manager
Rcnton last night tlial they would not
return to work this morning.
They kept their word.
E. I). Tenney, President ot Kwa
Plantation Co.. this noon g.vte out -H
the follow lug statement or tho
-f ultitatluit ut Ewa.
"l-ast evening about 8 o'clock a f
number of Japnncxu laborers of -f
Kwa Plantation fiom the Lower -f
Camp, near IIoiioul ttill. held u
meeting utitl lit 9 o'clock or there-
nbotits marched to the main II-
lam' or tho Japanese near tliu
mill, wlieio another meeting was
held to discuss labor matters In
general and whether or not to
strike In particular. Tho meet-
Ins nt the Mill village numbered
about 800 men. These, men de-
elded that all Japnneso should
not work today, Friday, or tomor-
row, Saturday; that during that
period their demands on the man-
ngemcut would bo formulated:
that on Monday they would bo
CO ftnt 101
Corner Fort and
EW. PLANTATION MILL.
Where the Latest Strike Movement Is Centered No Plantation in the
Islands Has Done More to Maki Its Laborers Contented Than Ewa.
WASHINGTON, May 14. Admi
ral Harris will succeed Admiral Pen
dleton, the retiring commandant of
the Philadelphia navy yard.
f presented to tho manager; that
on tho Baino day, Mon lay, the 4
f Japaueso laborers would leturn
f to work, pending an answer from
"Tho meeting at the village
-f near tho mill was orderly
"Following out the pwurntn as
f stilted above, nono or Ihu Japan-
f cso nt Ewa nro working today,
(Continued on Page 2)
Our New Spring and
Are the finest we have ever shown.
Made by the best tailors in the
world, they show it in every Jine.
We want you to see them, because
we know you'll like them and want
Kaiser at Wieo
VIENNA, Austria. May 14. Kais
er Wilhelm and the Emtiress of Ger
many arrived today and were wel
comed with fitting ceremony by the
venerable Emperor of Austria.
FRENCH STRIKE DECREASES.
PARIS, May 14. The number
of strikers is decreasing and the gen
eral tendency is toward the General
success of the government policy re
sisting the strikers.
ANOTHER DANCE AT.
THE SEASIDE TONIGHT
lly gcueinl lequest, tho maiiugement
or the Seaside Hotel has In en pre
vailed upon to glvo another danco this
evening. "Sonny" Cuulia's glee club
mudu such a hit last night that they
have been secured to fiirnUh tho dunco
music for this eenlng iigulu. Seldom,
If ever, has better danco music been
rendered. The playing of hulas for
two-steps "caught on" Immediately.
Thero weio many strangers present
last night. A special Invitation Is ex
tended to the olllccrs and ladles oil
tho U. S. A. T. Sheridan and to local
Army and Nuy otllceis and their
wives, guests or the other hotels, and
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,
home, 7 rooms,
.terms. A real
trio lights, well
kept lawns, sta
HAWAIIAN -& IMS!
COMPANY- A LIMITED
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 14.
Eight millions if dollars have been
found in the Yildiz palace, formerly
occupied bv the Sultan Abdul Hamid.
This immense fnnd will be used p
cav the expenses or the military ex
pedition that marched on the capitol
and overthrew, the Sultan.
LONDON. May 14. The bill re-
moving the disabilities of the citi
zens of the Roman Catholio faith has
cassed its second reading. This bill
will put the Catholics on an equality
with the people cf the Protestant
NAIBORI. East Africa. May 14.
Kermit Roosevelt became senarated
from his hunting party yesterday
and was lost. He wandered about
all night, and there was great con
sternation in the camp until he was
found this morning.
ONE SHIP AT MESSINA.
MESSINA, Sicily. May 14. The
United States battleship North Caro
lina arrived here today.
f There are now out on strike
on the Island of Oahu upproxl-
mately 5200 Japanese, who are
losing In coiiBeipicnco wages at-
proximately amounting to J45CO
f por day,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
We send out on errands are those in
whom the publio has confidence. You
may count on them all of the tine.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH QBADE, IMP0BTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 0 IRON BEDS
IUST RECEIVED. , .ijm-t
J. Kopp & Co.,
185 KINO ST.
lHUtUE ACHI DOES
NOT WANT POSITION
Says He Refuses To Be
General Charlie Achl denies that he will ac
cept the position of Deputy Attorney
Oeuernl, to 111! the vacancy cieated by
' e appointment of W. It. Whitney to
the bench of the Circuit Court.
"You mn slate uiithoritntUely,"
said Charlie this morning, that 1 will
not accept the position. Me, I cjunot
afford It, 1 make more money now.
Some time I do not inuk- (200 a month,
but other months 1 make more.
"And I don't want to stay In office
from 9 to 12 and from 2 to 4. Now,
Alien I want to go out, 1 go. Some
times I gu home anil stay 'whole after
noon nnd look nfter my chickens. I
got about fifty chickens, nil to lay
eggs for me.
"I don't want nny (Internment msl
Unit. It Is too much work. 1 want to
be lndeieudcut. .Me, I been making
m j own lhlng now 22 jears, and I
timer held Government olllce. 1 don't
want to hold any. I can make moru
mono) outside, and then, I'm Inde
pendent. I can do as I please. 1 will
not accept tho position.'.. ..r
This putB Attorney fJenoralJIcmeh
way In an embarrassing position nnd
he admits that ho duesn't know what
lie will do for a deputy. Ho has ai
loliited nobody as et, and there ap
pear to be no prospects.
The case of John Oliver, who was
convicted In tho District . Court of
drunkenness, and sentenced to sixty
days In Jail and to pay a flue of $1,
camo beforo Judge te llolt this morn
ing on appeal, Tho Judge found Olher
guilty, but susiicnded sentence for
six mouths, to give tho prisoner a
chance to show that ho can keep sober
when ho tries.
FIFTY SUITS FILED
FOR SEWER RATES
Delinquent Ones Will
Be Forced To
Fifty suits against iiersons delin
quent In the pn)meut of their sewer
rates were filed In the District Court
by the Department of Public Works
this morning, Theso are only tho
first of about n thousand that lire to
(Coatiaued on Pact 4)
S.S. HILONIAN, May 18
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE IS.
WE do not
and cuisine than
The Palm Cafe
WIND BLOWS DOWN
282 Feet Of Water Way
Two hundred and eighty-two feet
of the flume ut the Niiuanii dam
which Is used to ioiimw the water
used for sluicing, was blown down by
the wind last night This will re-1
stilt In deholng the work ubouti
three da, according to u statement!
made by Contractor Whltehouse t III i
The part of the flume blown down
Is that on the far side of the dam
Parts of this hac been knocked
down by the wind twice before, al
though this Is the part most shelter
ed from the wind.
The accident occurred about ten
minutes before quitting time last
night; thnt Is, about r, : r() o'clock.
The wind usually blows strongly up
nt the dam, but ordinarily has no ef
fect on the flume. Last night,
however, It was coming In gusts, nnd
u sort of whirlwind came down out
of the valley. Ah n result the Hume
whs "Impaled" up Into tho ulr and
then dropped. It squashed like an
- The flume is now fifty-two felt
above the ground, having boon raised
from time to time as the earth
brought down b the water accumu
lated. Contractor Whltehousn says that
tho cost of repairing the damage will
not be great The principal loss will
occur from the stopping of the work
for three d.ijs, nnd the consequent
loss of about -1,000 cubic nrds of
earth which would have been plac-d
had the flume nut blown down.
Thero Is plent of wntcr for sluic
ing now and the work Is progressing
at a rapid rate Tho dam, according
to Whltchouse, will bo completed
some time this fall
Gee Gee Goes Back
llulldliig - Plumbing - Sanitary in
spector Mlehlsteln Is wondering
whero he Is to alight In regard to
transportation. Ills duties keep him
jumping about the city, and ho feils
that It Is tip to the Iloatd to supply
him with borne mode of conveyance.
Among tliu other Impedimenta
which fell to his lot when he took
over the combined Jobs of three Ter
ritorial officials, was n horse and
huggy belonging to the Hoard of
Health, That looked promising, and
he began planning to make tho lifi
which came to him In his capacity at
(Continaed on Page 2)
Cus tout-Made $5
Without a n
equal for Sum
some. cool, serviceable
WHAT BECOMES OF
Supt. Babbitt Gives
Statistics and His
SHOULD KEEP TRACK OF
THOSE LEAVING SCHOOLS
And Shape Education So That They
Will Be Ready to Grasp Op-
Supcrlulcnrient Dubbltt has Mibnilt
ted his H'iMirl on the occupation of tliu
chlldrtn who li.iNo left the public
schools duiliig tliu ear to Hon. S. M.
Damon, together with his conclusloiiK
as to what should bo douo tounrdii giv
ing the miuiik iHMiple of the Islands
etui hoiueiit. '
The general stali'iiient or the sitting
lion lis obtained fiom the llguie. Mr,
llabbllt lias had compiled was pub
lished in the I1 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 a few- dayr.
ago. Mi I!.ihhttt's letter to Mr. Damon
glu-s bis opinions on the situation. Jt
Honolulu, Hawa'll, May 11, 1003.
Honorable S, M. Damon, Honolulu.
Dear Sir. Herewith I beg to hand
vou ns requested tables showing tilt
niimbei, nationality mid sex of chll
dren who left wirlous public bchool
In June. 1003 not to return to snmu
schools, and their present occupations
so far ns known Them statistics uro
not entirel) acLiirate but nro as near
ly so ns I hni been nble to secure.
The figures show Hint 1.584 males nnd
1,327 females or n total or 2,911 chll
di en, left various hchoole and that of
this number 1.72!) nro attending othci
territorial t-chools nnd tT, mainland
schools, oi a total of 1,7'rf still In
(Continued on Pace 3)
CHOSE JAIL IN
illicit Distillers Will
Make Home On
Tho complaints made by tho Japan
ese laborers that they nie not making
largo enough wages docs' not seem to
bo borne out by the cases of Ah Lmii,
Shlbnta and Utzuka, the first named u
Chluesu und the two others sons of
Nippon Tho records of tho United
States Marshal's olllce show- that dur
ing the part 30 days Ah Luni has
earned, at common, ordinary labor,
tho nice little total or (1230. ShlbatH
has mido J12C,:' Ut, while Otzuka by
tho sweat of his brow has earned
It is true that tho threo men did not
(Continued on Pace 3)
Shoe Co., Ltd.,