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3:30 EDITION Bul,etin Advertising is the merchant's nearest approach to a Desirable Necessity
TlVERTlSING i i the
Glad to meet you" of
business, and it depends a
whole lot on how you say it,
also where yon say it.
VOL. XI. NO. 4312.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1009. 14 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
From San Francisco:
Tetijo Mnrn May 13
For San Francisco:
llllunlun May IS
Marnnin Mny 28
Mnkurn Mny 25
AIEA MILL STARTS UP FIRES IN EWA FIELDS
JAPANESE MERCHANTS TO TAKE ACTION
HAS THOUSAND MEN
FIRES BREAK OUT
IN EWA FIELDS
Thug Element At Work
MANAGER ROSS GETS
ALL LABOR USEABLE
Meeting Last Evening Very Bom
bastio and Replete -With Ref
erences to War With
Honolulu plantuttou waB sup-
piled wlth'wWkment from town
(his morning until Manager lloss
Correct Clothes for Men
We courteously invite a visit
from you to view the authentic New
York fashions for Spring and Summer,
The Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Phone 2 c.
f. ... .. 1 it A .V 1 tf
until that for the present lie coiiM
not uso any more.
Honolulu mill Ih running.
f The labor hustler of Hie town
f will enlist men for Walpnhu ami
on Monday Manugcr Hull will
f have enough men to run hi mill
mnl take the place of the Japan
f T (Ires occurrvil InHt nlRht
In Kwn plantntlon enne fields
near the mill. These Area were
promptly put out.
All Ih quiet ut W'nlulun mnl the
other plantations of the. IhIiiihI at- -f
f tlioiiKh strike agent frimi Wal-
f palm anil Honolulu ure ilolui: -f
their utmost to Bet the men to go
It's gicnt to he a strlko- hreakcr.
Tlint'H what a lot of men of Honolulu
who hail nothing to tin a few days ogo
are thinking. There Iiuh been the
greatest hustling of labor during the
lout few days that Honolulu has ever
seen and m a result or It Honolulu
I'luntntlon Ib running withou the Jup
nnesu anil Ouhu plantutlou will ro
cele workmen on Monday.
Thcito utrlku breakers are receiving
$1.G0 per day. They lenvo town on tho
train In the morning and no Immedi
ately to tho field or mill ux they are
needed. They return ut 5 o'clock and
are handed their money for the duy's
work vhlIu,on the train, It In u caul)
transaction and 1 working well.
Thin morning Manager Uoss had so
many utrlku breakers that lie had to
send a rush order to Hull & Son (or
two hundred hoes. The men are work
ing well. They tako hold with a tint
nnd tho best of spirit prevails among
them. The Japanese strikers are look
ing on. Home of them say the strike
will end by Monday, They are getting
"Tho greatness of'the planters and
their control of financial nfTuirs
(Continued on Pace 2)
"The Japanese Merchants' Assocla
Hon will ask tho Planters' Association
to raise the wages of tho Japancso lab
orers, who are working on the pmiuu
Tho above statement was given out
this afternoon by One of the members
of the Japanese Merchants' Associa
tion, He uttited that the Japanese lab
orers were entitled to a raise, because
the planters were making money. How
much raUo they Intend to ask the
plunteis hu did not mention,
Tho Japanese Merchants' Associa
tion, uccoidliiK fo this man, will hold
n meeting this afternoon to consider'
the strike. They, after waiting for
Home time, decided to take action.
They will submit facts to-tho plant
ers, showing that something should be
done. They think that tho laborers
will not give up their determination
to Btrlke, unless some mutual agree
ment between the planters and Jap
anese has been arrived at.
"This dlfllculty," continued tho
speaker, "can bo adjusted If tho plant
ers will only raise the wages. I they
fall to do this, then the next best thing
to do Is to leave It to u board of arbi
tration. Unless this Is done, I am
afraid tho trouble will continue. It
means a great loss to tho public."
It Is expected that a petition will ho
dratted and prCRentod to tho Planters'
Association I mho early part of next
near car line.
6 rooms, bath,
trio lights, well
kept lawns, sta
ble, . servants'
home,' 7 rooms,'
.terms. A real
Real Estate Department.
HAWAIIAN 3& TUOST
COMPANY p. LIMITED
WASHINGTON, May 15 The interests that it is now predicted
situation has become so mixed as a that an agreement on the tariff bill
result of the contest of contending cannot be reached before August.
WASHINGTON, U, C, May
Honolulu: President Taft now
Will consider (Signed)
BERLIN, May J 15. The batiks'
interested have arranged for a set-
tlement of the Chinese railway con-
cessions, which- dive German inter-
csts the transportation facilities of
one of the richest sections of the
Chinese Empire. The concessions
were originally secured by an Amer
NEW YORK, May 15. Capt. J.
Murdock, succeeds Admiral Good
rich, retired, as,. the commandant of
the New York navy yard.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 14. Su
gar 88 analysis beets, 10s 7 l-4d.
Parity, 4.24 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s 6 3-4d.
The handball tournament nt the
V. M. P A. will stnrl nn Mnv 11. mill
some good play will be seen at the
gymnasium when the experts get go
S.S. HILONIAN, May 18
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15,
Wo send out on errands are those in
whom the publio has confidence. You
may count on them all of the-tinfe'.
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD 04 IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. . ,j ... iMMtJ
IB. Chamber of Commerce,
thinks Impossible visit Hawaii.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 15.
Papke knocked 6ut Hugo Kelley in
the nrst round or what was to be-e,
forty-five round fight for the mid-
,dle-weight championship of the
ESQUIMALT, May 15. The Brit
ish officers are entertaining Admiral
Ijichi and the officers of the Japanese
squadron with elaborate social func
The amalgamation of tho Hono
lulu Library and Heading Associa
tion, the Hawaiian Historical Socie
ty, and tho Library or Hawaii has
been effected ,the necessary papers
being signed in the olllce of Governor
Frear this morning. This Is In ac
cordance with tho provisions of the
library act passed by the rCCeht Leg
islature, and contemplates the erec
tion ot a fine library building, to
be put up with money which Mr.
Carnegie Is expected to donate to tho
Governor Frear wroto a letter to
Mr. Carnegie this morning, telllne
him or what had been done, nnd he
expects that as the result ot the let
ter Mr. Carnegie will give Hawaii
nnywhero ftom 1100,600 to $180,000
for a library building. Mr. Carnegie,
the Oovernor says, virtually prom
ised tho last time thi Oovernor was
Fast that he would do so when tho
Legislature should have mado an
appropriation for the malntnance ot
'E do v not
and cuisine than
The Palm Cafe
Warrant Drawn For Arrtst of Jack,
son On Charge of Cheating
School Teachers and Other
Women By Means of Raise Representations
As n result of what Attorney Oen-i
ernl llemenwny ilcnomtales 'the!
most beautiful lllm-llam game I ever
t.aw worked In Hawaii," a warrant
has been drawn up by thtfi Attorney
Oeneral's office for the arrest or A.
T K, Jackson, and probabl) by the
lime this paper goes to press It wilt
have been served. Jackson, accord
ing to the statement made this morn
ing byDcputy County Attorney A. SI.
Drown, Is charged with gross cheat.
The victims or what Mr. llemen
wny calls the lllm-llam game arc not
only Ignorant people, but school
teachers. They are, so far as Is nt
present known, ull women. The wo
man upon whose complaint the war
rant Is Issued Is Mrs. Stuce Horner,
u Hawaiian woman who lives on Ar
The Metropolis Tnifct & Savings
Jlnnk of Ban Francisco was formerly
tho Phoenix llulldlng & Loan Asso
ciation, and Is better known In
Honolulu by the latter name. This
company does a business along the
Tho clients of tho company pay
In a certain sum each month, which
Is supposed to entitle them to large
benefits nt the end or a certain per
iod It tllev have not In tho innnntlmn
allowed their payments to lapse. For!
instance, the client pays $3 a month
for 100 consecutive months, a total
ot $300, und nt the end ot thnt time,
or approximately that time, is en-
DIX IS BURNING
Trial Run Proves
Japanese Port --- Nagasaki May
Be- Cut From
For the first tlmo In history an nrmy
transport has como hero fioni Manila
without an nunco of Japanese coal on
board. The Dlx has. In her hold and
bunkers, 2500 tons ot Philippine coal,
mined at llataan, near Manila. Here
tofore all ot tho west-bound trans
ports have taken on coal at Nagasaki.
This trip or tho Dlx Is In tho nat,uru
or a trial cruise, as far as Philippine,
coal Is concernod, and the experiment
Is proving more than satisfactory
The engineers or the transport say
that tho coal Is far superior to tho
NEW SPRING STYLES
The Crosset Shoe
for young men
Come and see them
Manufacturers . Shoe JCo,, UAr
titled In draw ilimn Jf.OO. Or. It
$ti a mouth Is paid In. at the end ot
ton iniuilhx the amount which tho
company will pay Is $1,0UU. 1 a
Thle scheme has been In operation -i.
for sewrnl jears and some or the cet-.
tiflcates arc approaching maturity, f
On the $1.0110 cerllllcates as mucli'l
ns JV.IS bus In some instances been y
paid In, and about fifteen more pay- .
inents would mature the certificates.
i nun iiiifirmniio nnow in me pos
session of the Utorney General, anili
by him turned over to the County
Attorney's oflue, n certain Mr. K. V.
Trowbridge nrrhed In town recently.
Shortly following his arrival there
began to be dlssemluntcit stliingo
minors In the eftect that tho Mo-'.
tropolls Tiust & Savings Company
would not be nb:e to redeem the cer
tlllcntes when they became duo; thnt '
It was on the lagged edge or banlp-'
ruptry nnd thnt the depositors stood
lo lose nil they had put In As most,'
or the depositors are wngo earners,
consternation took tho place or an
(Continucd on Page 4)
TheSlrapbon Mngnlpliunn will bo
furnishing music, nt L. II. Kerr & Co.V
store this evening. The storo will K
open until tl;30 and overdone Is Invited
lo llBtcn to this wonderful Instrument. '
nnd to Inspect the great bargains In
dry goods and shoes which arc offcru(
this week. -"
Fuel Received At
Japanese coal, burning without VllnkV
crs and giving forth remarkably llttlo
So successful hns tho experiment
proved so far. that In futiuo ull west
luunii irauspoiis win protiably coal a
.Manila. This would mean tho cutlln
out of the Japancso Port enlJrelv. n
far as tho trunsport son leu Is coin
cerned, say officers. Thus tronstiorti
piling between San Francisco amC
.Manila would mako but onn stop, and
that at this port.
(Continued on Page 3)
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