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DAY, MAYi 15, 1009 ..' ' '
EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SA.TU.nDAY
.AIJVY Hid "WEEKLY Publisici bj B'riXETIN PUBLISHING 00. til)
At 120 King Street Hoaolulu, Territory cf Hawaii
July ttcry day except Sumhy Weekly Usued on Tue.day of eh ,k.
VEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRE8.
v'nlluco R. Pttrrlniiton. ndltnr
Vr Mouth, snhcrcln US . . ,7
tVr Quaun, onywlitr. In t'.S J. i
rr Yrar, autliereiuU3 h.oo
Par Vrlf, pi,sttAitt, fntrtgu l2.o
CIRCULATION LARGEST 01' ANi
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Japanese nierrh.iniB linu- It in llicii
owor to toiiiid n coiuuh .it n o note
!mt will slrwigtliin them In tin c
i'0111 of all Aim Means ami willdlfy nil
rmonts Tor honest worMusmun as
ijniiit tho ngttntora.
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-nujniteci ,o moo. enangoi condition,.
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r vjork performed, ll.it nil tins good
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ndtutry nhall not I,.- run In ABltntow
7IIUG ELEMENT AND THE SJR1KL
Tho progress of events at Kwa
, limitation points Inlnh in tho agl
i itor, the R.imbl'T and 111" thug ns
tliu wiurce of th p-oscnt stilko. Ho
supplies the u mm l hs and feeds the
fir 03 of prejudice
Tlio ORltatlon on that plantation
centers In a be. tlun of tho laborers'
. ramps located near tonio private
holdings where ganiiiliug retorts
- nud houses of piostltutlon nro ruu-
Tho workmen of tho plnntntlon
who occupy Independent homes nnd
' nro enjoying tho higher wages paid
the efficient nnd nmbltlous laborers
hare no genuine sympathy with tho
i . strike, nnd oro above nil things op-
' posed to any action that will tic up
. tho plantation work.
"Jheto facts arc of the utmost ltn-
, pottnuro to tho Jnpancru and tho
community lu general. They bring
J"Tioir.o tho truth that tho strike Is tho
s ' product of the fulmliintlous of tho
worst element among the Japanese,
who have nil to gain and nothing to
loso from troubles between tlio plan
tations and their laborers.
Can there be any doubt as to what
the plantations should do or of the
united support they slmuld receive
fro mtho community?
This is u contest, not for higher
wages, but of the thgg against tho
Tho wago matter can bo and will
bo handled In n most tatlsfactory
mnnncr when tho honest workmen
show their power for peace and tho
continuation of the Industry.
Until this Is douo there can be no
concession or arbitration on any
point. Tho Industry of this Tcirl-
ory might better go out of existence
Itan ho subject to tho demands of
Honolulu agitators, becret American
writers nud shstcr lawyers.
HOLLAND'S LITTLE PRINCESS.
It Is seldom in tho rerout history
of tho world that tho birth of a child
has been fraught with such momen
tous possibilities an that of the
daughter that has blessed tho rujul
family of tho Netherlands. Holland
sought nn heir, hut itu future Is H.ifo
lu tho hands of a princess. Without
eomo BuccCHtor to tho throne, tho
fato of tlio pooplo In tholr lolallou
to Gcimuny Is not hopeful.
8 Germany nlready postesses u foot
hold (it Tho Ilnguo by reawm of tin
ainanco oi mo ijuccu wan rrinte
Henry, Duke of Mecklenburg. Tho
Qcrninu connection Is disliked by tho
Dutch nnd feared by Huropo. Ap
parently nt no time u popular man
ills I toy a I Highness is regarded ns
tho representative ut tho Ilngun of
V German Influence nnd Intrigue, rath
J? Tr than as Consort to Her Majesty.
Nothing could bo further fioin tho
wishes of tho Htntes-Gouoral than
that, In default of an heir direct, tho
throuo should puss to Prlnco Henry
lu duo time, or olfco to fcomo equally
obnoxious nominee of llcrllu, thus
converting- Tho Netherlands, though
Mill lu tho guise of an Independent
nation, Into a vassal of Gormany.
lly tho Constitution of 181fl
which was revised In 1818, tho
crown Is hereditary In both tho
malo and femalo lino according to
nrltniii-milt nf llinni'li It l nfilv ml
1 tho complete extinction of (ho main
T linn Hint ff.infili.it f.tii rnlilfi tn tft
throne. H was thoreforo Iinmotorlul
so far us the succession Is concorned,
wflethor llor Majesty presented her
pooplo with a Prlnco or n Princess of
Or.itiKo. Tho dcbtlny of tho infnt
wU bo a great one, increasing so If
wo may road tho signs of tho times
nnd forosoo tho changes which tho
jTipttToriors'llk'tlJr to undergo
PAYABLE IN ADVAHOI,
rl Sli Moulin tg .n
rer Vut. anywhere In Uil I.oo
I'M Yur, iin1itre In Canada I. no
Pel Year postpaid, tortlgn . . a.oo
Filtered At th PoMofTifr at Honolulu
m iwotid cUm mttttr.
MAY 15, 190.9
during the next llfty jonrs. Tlio
poner vested tii tho monarch Is hi.
tic short of autocratic. She alono
has executive nutliurlty. To her be
long the ultimate direction of for
MBit nffnlrs, the power to declare
wr nml peace nnil to make treaties
nml iiancc8i tlc gurcnl8 command
or 'tlle rmy nni, Mnv sll,)rcmo
niltnlnlstrnt Ion of tho flnnnro nml
of tll0 coIonles nnd the other posses-
. . ..
sions of tlio kliiBdom, nml the prcio
B,,HC f Incrcy. v lie provisions
or th,. roiiiiiinit, i,n ....i.ni....
i .. ... --.ituiio4it;n
j tui' Mlimturlal deparimonti, and
Kiitires the !cllnthp power with
the VliKt unit Stroud Chambers
iWhllo her preroKiitlveH are curtailed
'nominally, us In all constitutional
,stnten, by the will of the people, as
olccd by the Statcs-Uencral, her nu-
thorlty Is fnr lcs.s circumscribed than
Is usually tho case. It will bo seen,
j therefore, that, with the strategic
! position which Holland holds on the
I North Sea, the responsibilities of her
rulem during the stirring years
I which seem Impending will bo
i fraught with potentiality.
And since (iermany figures so
prominently In Holland's future, nil
Hrlti'ili citizens are not blind to tho
xalue of Tho Netherlands' friendship
rnd )t political nnd commercial re
sult. Though the Integrity of the king
dom Is scciiied by tho treaty entered
Into by the Great Powers nftcr tho
Napoleonic wars, thnt Integrity Is
only assured by tho bona lidos of nil
tho signatory nations. Treaties
have been broken beforo and will bo
broken again, nnd though In this
i os-port Germany docs not boast tho
unon lablc reputation which Is Rus
sia's otio can conceive It as not Im
possible that nn occasion might
arise where -Wllhclmstrasso stnto
craft would find It reconcilable with
conscience to throw an armed forco
scions tho frontier on some pretext.
Onco holding tho few deep-water
ports on the western coast, In con
junction with tho key or Heligoland,
and German arms would be In a
gicatly strengthened position from
which to launch any nffenlc move
ment ug.ilnst tho Ililtish IfIm.
I ho Dutch navj icnslkts of or
luu vessels of all oliibhos. Including
ton iron tlads .mil mvcii protected
crnihors of all classes, whllu her
mpi chant mailne, which can bo wil
ed upon In the ocnt of war. Is con
siderable. T.iMng the iifccfulnosa of Holland
to Great llrltalu In tho not Impossi
ble contingency of hostilities with
Cerninny, It Is worthy of noto that
the Netherlands amir, noaco ostnli
iimimcnt, numbers 25,000 of all
ranks, and can bo converted to n. war
strength of no less than 4G.00O, ox
elusive of tho National Guard.
It Is expected that tho little Prlnc
ess will bo tho agent of rrlendsl.lt
with (I icnt Jlrltaln us against fear
of German nggrcsslou represented In
tho father of this royal household
FLIM-FLAMERS ARE BUSY.
(Continued from Pace 1,
tlclpatlon on tho part of thobo who
hud been putting tholr bavlugs into
So Mr ns the ovldcnco goes now. It
docs not connect Mr. Trowbrldgo
directly with theso rumors, but Mr.
Jackson, who. It appears, did mnko
tho nlarmlng statements, has con
febsed to tho Bounty Attorney that
ho Is tho agent of Mr. Trowbrldgo.
Mi Trowbrldgo, It seems, Is a mem
ber of tho California corporation of
Itnndall, Trowbrldgo & Wright.
Tho mattor wus brought to tho at
tention of tho Attorney General
through tho complaint of Mrs. Staro
Horner. According to tho Blory Bho
tolls, a red-headed man, Identified
now ns Jackson, enmo to hor ono day
rccontly nnd wonted to get posses
sion of ler Metropolis ccVtlOcatc,
upon which sho had paid in $498.
She says that ho represented to lior
that tho company was insolvent and
would novor bo ublo to redeem tho
coitlflcatcs. Ho had been to hor
husband, Ijo said, and explained the
matter, and Mr. Homer, nn cm
ployo of tho Honolulu Iron Works,,
had sont him to hor with Instruc
tions for her to deliver hor certifi
cate and stock book. Lllto a good,
dutiful wife, sho did so, nnd rccelv-
ed' In oxchango n paper which sho
Eaneh of over 100 acres 12 acres
to produce fruit during this coming
season and 30 acres to come into
bearing next year 10 additional
acres are ready for planting. Tho
, fruit in the ground and wliioh 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.
thought was n receipt, but which
was In reality this wonderful docu
ment: A promissory noto payable In ten
years! And transferable for land to
bo selected by tho company and which
might turn out to bo n corner lot In
the desert of Sahara, or a. flno resi
dence tile in the Australian bush.
Mrs. Homer was worried when sho
found out what sho had got fur her
monty and sho went to tho Attorney
General, who turned tho matter ocr
to tho County Attorney. Mr. Cnthcart
put It In tho hands of A. M. Drown,
and, Mr. Drown has dinwn up tho war
rant, charging .Inekson with grosH
cheat. Incidentally Mr. Jackson tas
on the carpet before Mr. Drown jester
day and admitted that ho was an agent
of Trow bridge.
This Is by no menus tho only enso of
tho kind. Ono of tho victims whose
name Is known Is n school teacher nt
tho Doyal School, and It Is stated
that tho agent went to thnt school,
many of tho tenchem of which hold
certificates of tho Metropolis Havings,
and represcntod to them that their
money was lost to them unless they
availed thcmsclvcw of his munificent
fTffer and exchanged their certificates
for certificates of tho Randall, Trob-
brldgo & Wright Company. Some of
them hit. swallowed the bait nud tho
K. M. Watson and K. A. Dotithltt, act
Ing for somo of theso victims, succeed
ed In forcing tho California men to
dlsgorgo and return tho certificates.
It la possible that moro warrants
may bo Issued, as thoro arc said to bo
other agents for Randall, TrowbrfUgo
& Wright Company operating In Ho
nolulu, though they hnvo not been ap
No. 1C59 $23i.00
New Bungalow, Manoa
Valley. Two bed-rooms.
New Five-Room Cottage,
with one acre of land, border
ing on Kalihi Stream. Price
Furnished Cottage, WaikiW
Furnished Cottage, Penin
sula, Waterhouse Trust
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
Mtt - TB- ,LHltHMUUUI lITMtl I .
YOUR MEALS where you
KNOW that everything you
get ii pure, clean, well-cooked
and wholesome. Eat at the
8 per cent 8 per cent.
Itamlull, Trowbrldgo & Wright Co.
Incorporated 1909, under tho laws oi
Ten years after date, Randall, Trow
brldgo & Wright Co. promlso to pay
to Mrs. Staco Horner of Honolulu, T.
II., two hundrod thirty-four dollars,
with Interest at tho rato of eight per
cent per annum, payablo bcml-nnnuul-iy.
Randall, Trowbrldgo & Wright Co.
may pay this certificate nt any tlmo
beforo maturity by paying Bald prin
cipal sum with Interest ut suld rato to
dato of payment.
This certlflcato'ls transfcrrnblo onl)
Who liave property interests
should leave the management
of them in the hands of
thoroughly reliable and ex
Consult us about it.
Bishop Trust Co., Lid.
Bethel Street, between King
and Merchant Streets,
Beginning Monday Morning,
May 17th, 8 o'clock.
Forms for tho deposit of Territorial
money in tlio local hanks, hnvo neon
drawn up by Attorney-General Hemon
way, approved' by tho Governor, and
will bo submitted to tho bankers tliU
afternoon for any suggestions which
they may hnvo to make. As soon as
possible tho forms will bo printed and
tenders called for from tho banks.
Today Is tlio last day for tho pay
ment of taxes bofoio they become de
linquent, and tho money has been roll
ing in In a steady stream all day and
for tho past two or Ihreo das. The
big taxiacrB hitvo been paying up to
day, so tho Giieriiinent now has plcn
ty of money on hand, 1T per cent of
which may, according to tho now law.
bo deposited In tho local banks.
ACTION IN ADS.
Some fncts about advertising were
told recently by C. L. Wnlson, vlco
president of tho Advertisers' club of
Cincinnati, ()., In nn address before
that organization. Mr. Watson said
that In the first place tho thing ad
vertised must hnvo merit and Hint
then attention should bo attracted to
this merit, which will ho followed
by n doslro to possess It. Mr. Wat
"TO nttrnct nttcnllon advertising
must bo both cxtcnslvo nnd catchy.
Action In the advertisement Is neces
sary, nnd color effects nro sometimes
"Desire for tho nrtlclo may bo In
spired by showing how It may add
to tho health, happiness and pios
pcrlty of the purchntcr. Confidence
may bo Insplicd by frequent repeti
tion of the advertisement nnd tho
uso of rcfommendntlous. Tho poo
plo follow each other nnd will con
tinue to obey this habit, lly suffi
cient nnd efficient advertising n de
mand can bo secured for nny article,
which will continue It tho nrtlclo Is
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Recorded May 6, 1909.
Germans Savs & Loan Socy by ntty
ctal to Kaplolanl Dstato Ltd; Par lie);
H Ps 1954, S608 ami 1814 and rents
and Income of same, Niiuanu Valley.
Honolulu: $750. n 312, p 208. Dated
Apr 2i, 1909.
I.clnloha, and hsh Id David Kalelo
liana et al; D; pip- II P 3151, Kill 2099
and bldg, Kauliiwcln, Honolulu; $3,
etc. D 31C, ji 410. Dated Feb 15, 1909.
Solomon D Kolcl jo Mutual Dldg &
Loan Socy of Haw, Ud: Addtl Chgo;
lot 10 and 10, hlk 2, Kulmukl Tinct,
Honolulu; $300. U 312, p 211. Dated
May I, 1909.
upon Indorsement and surrender. Any
owner of Investment certificates of a
paid-up value of not less than $100
may cxchiiugo them for really held by
tho corporation, selection of location
to bo at tho option of Itnndall, Trow
brldgo & Wright Co.
In wltuesR whereof Randall, Trow,
brldgo & Wright Co. has caused this
certificate to bo signed by Us Prcs.
dent nnd Secretary, at ita ntllco lu tho
city of Oakland, County of Alameda,
Sixth day of May, 1909.
(Seal) B. D. TROWIIRIDOD, "
II. M. WRIGHT. President. ,
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