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EVENINd rtTJlLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, MAY IS, 1900.
Q17 na WEEKLY PubUslitJ bjJJULLETm PUBLISHING CO.. tlD
At 120 King Street, h'oaolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
.! ftery day except Saiidar, Wecklv issued on Tuesday of ee week.
XEU3EH OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Vallncu R. Pnrrlnjjton, - Odltor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
j RVIJMNO LIUI.I.IITIM j WHUKI.Y tHjl.l.lITIN
' ! Vtonth mhf re til i; JB ,7A ( r si Montni. 1 .All
i 'rHJwrtu nmwliet iu I S ji.,mi j P- rt ii)lierr In U S l.oo
t'iT Yi-, nv lwr in I s H.uti j Pel Ychi Riiwhcre lli CanatU I. no
m Yeai ihiMiiah! loin), 12.o I MrrcAt Ht.itl foreign . 2.o
CIEf ULATJOiN IAROSST 01 a .MY NEWPAPEk PUBLISHED
tu the Territcrj ' Hawaii
jpa I Eclitoriitl looms,
Mitnrtl Kt Ih Pcrttoihre at Honolulu
m Kt-cuud ili nutter.
MAY 18, 1000
Weariness, folly, mediocrity aic '" ut n polio of successful as
' ; punishment of certain countries Mutilation i jc.ipoidlziiig the prob-(
.lere, under tne pictcxt oi goou prn "" ""i ii ' '
ise and Christian spirit, the ntts -tiU in whuh they live
: suppressed and science reduced - ; """"", ,
. something mean and shabby. Twcntv-flvo thotn.uid dollars will
nest Bcncau in The Apostles. ' rov" !"'lll!" moy "" al"
rt-uoy nijueiuu u inu fciritwiiK itiuui-
tin- plantations i.r on Oahu anil Honolulu planta
recommendation lions, In lultlltlon tu this tlio re
turn for tho wholo season's wort; of
tho contract men In Jcapordlzod.
When Iho laborers stop to think,
they will rcalizu that the agitators
arc lending them up u lillml alley
anil inking money fiom their purso
ail the while.
More men thnn
a use la th" hi t
huinlem thai Hie sttlko breakers
Mrs. Taft h lllne-ut colli to mlnit
' it nervous prostration Is tho lust
ling fiom which UIk Hi other Hill
, likely to Buffer.
Tho Knilokanl Ksluto deal fur- - lirre la no doubt that the ma-
i "lies an explanation for Delegate Joilit of tho Japanese, laborers
thloV retain to Honolulu on lm- would leturn to work If left to
I'irtrtnt hustings other Hi .111 the I heir own natural Inclinations. The
t ovcriioinli!p thugs ami Agitators nro carrjlng on
n campaign of Intimidation that Is
Fair pla. will Im every time, causing the honest workmen to net
,-iat Ik .Jiimm the ji.iitm' pro- n opposition to their own desires
tmnuXriflH l.iinenlnlil shoit. l"alr nn(1 judgment. In the light of
1 lun to su i ess.
hat will uirrj the planters'
those fncU, Is thero any doubt of tho
side on which tho Intelligent peo
ple should throw their lnllucncc?
PROPERTY for SALE
n. HOME Small 5 room house
within fifteen minutes' walk from
postofHce. Modern improvements.
b. HOME Small 4 room house
on Prospect street; modern
plumbing; splendid lot. Price
$1,500,00. Terms easy.
c. HOME On Liliha street; lot
100x150; price $2,500.
d. FOR SALE in Manoa Valley;
near car line; suitable for pine
apples, fniits, etc. New house,
modern improvements. Price
low; terms easy.
c. LOTS We are agents for lots
in Kaimuki, Puunui, Nuuanu,
Knlihi, Manoa Valley, and all
parts of the city.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
number working Ih 171, an Incrcaso of
It Is (inlet at Iho plantation nnd It
Is the expectation that a larger force
will bo at work tomorrow.
jHpanchc merchant!! wisely decide
lo study the Kltuntlon and get at
iho fact.. They do not Intend to bo
led by the mme for tho tlnanclal ben-
At of Hellish agltutors nnd shyster Honolulu Miockers continue to aid
lawyers. jlh0 enemies of Hawaii by agitating
- ' tho coastwlso shipping law suspen-
Judging from Mr. Tcnny's llgures B0. T,cy Bhnuld gain a llttlo
TO HEALTH BOARD
Dr. W I), llaldwln was this morning
appointed by Oovernor Krcnr a. mem
ber of tho Hoard of Health, and I'rcil
Smith, whoso commlBHlon had cxpltcd,
Thei-o nppolntnicntB cnniilctc tho or
ganlzatlou of the Hoard of Health. Dr.
llaldwln has lieen n inemher licfore,
his commission expiring only about n
year ago, so ho is familiar with tho
work of tho health body; Ho Is par
Despite the fact that tho fato of
Hawnll's orosnerltv rests In tha tar
iff hill framing In Washington, tho tlcularly Interested In tho philanthropic
stuo oi inu worK oi ino iionrn. ami m
reappointment may bo regarded as a
Fred Smith has been a member of
tin, llonril for ti lonir time nnd In ro
tor Ewn plantation, the men aio re- rl,11R0 from u,e admonition given the carded ns otic of tho most valuable
Japanese strikers to not Interfere nnd efficient members.
with tho work of taking off tho crop.
If HnwnH' ftitnro harvest Is not Oovernor Trear this morning granted
in Honolulu at
turning to work as rapidly ns thoy
make up the iiloep lost In tho long
night seuHons held to discuss tho
llefore the Japanese slrlko Is a
week old tho agitators have learn
ed from the reputable Japanese,
workmen that whatever may bo dono
will not be at the dlre'tlou of
Thugs and GrnfterH.
now tied up in tho protective tariff $ZE&
noll.y. it never was anil never wlllBx ,, , Ja f()r VB(.nill(.v
(Continued from Pace 11
and Honolulu plantation,
going forward under tho
Trnimfer of the Kapiolanl rstnto , from town,
loan to lotal hands is nnnthor show-
lne of ronfldeme of local pooplo In Floods of Workmen.
the future of Il.i-.a1l Tho Invest-' Them was a mix-up on transport
ment of loca, mono, , local securl- wJSli taK!SS
tle B a wlnnlns ldlcy ,,,, Ioail al, M)luo (lf ,, liau ,0 l)0
loft oer nt the Htntlmi.
Since Honolulu is to havo an In-. The fiet of t.he m liter was that Ihete
creasing tiado with the porta of the WL.re ftillj llc lniiinied more iiieti '
promised that If she wore released, she
would leave tho Territory never to r
turn. Her attorney, Clem Qiilnn. states
that sho will go nway on the next Alameda,
The Daughters of Hawaii held it
meeting this morning nt tho homo of
.Mrs. u. A. Coney on Illchards street.
There were a goodly number of mem
bers present and u most enjoyable
mooting Ir reported.
Mexican coast tin re la all the moio feting to work than the ni'iirigers of
ronton for mipportlng tho outer 'the plantations could llnd places for
guard of the port by keeping tho ('ii-'(iieutlj It was necesuiiy to Hun
town In a thoroughly sanitary con
;in.iu of them n.i)
I This w.ih arloualy Interpreted and
somu of the men were mud bec:iuic one
or two of tliu cars wero rldetrackcil
Hudolph Spreeltcls on tho witness I aftcr tllov ,mrt K,lt u,ard and tlionght
stand has been the enlo ambition of ,ihCy weie on their way to tho planta
the San c'ranclHco forces of graft, I Hon Ileitis. There wero alto a lot of
according to their loud proclaim!- men ready to go that did not get
tlons. Now that thoy havo him the aboard tin; train. Theso iucludcd all
rit,Miiv. I ,i,'ii .i.i, ih.v )i-,i clabses and nationalities.
' . fJniiin nf tti.. Ifilnii mnti nsimnrr lltn
lAit mi lot I uuiiiv u inu iiiiii iiivu uuiuiih itiu
Kepi quid. Ilnw-iillnn wero Inrllnn.l Ir, tin .inri-
If you believe In uiorn touilutu for
Hawaii and tho upbuilding nt tho
American merchant marine, glvn tho
operators of fi eight Hues your views
on the right Honolulu has to expect
tho concerns currying Its frolght to
jirovldo passenger ncconiniodatliiiiH.
this forenoon, but raw It right when
tho explanations wero mndo.
liwn plantation Japanese hnvo
asked for an advance in wages that
means a horizontal in I to of forty
four per cent. Thoy no doubt mean
well, but wl.en they are fully In
formed them- men must learn that
the leadeiu who framed tho I critics t
bhnped u demand for tho impossible.
The value of Honolulu u-al estate
may bo based on the hUh of tho town
that will result from ten thousand
men tultlug up their residence hero
lis a result of 1'cdernl Go eminent
'itetlvitlcB. In addition to this la the
natural growth from proapoious ln-
' dustrles. So thero la letilly nothing
bettor than tho futuiu of Honolulu.
Jlonoliilu Ecntirltles worn never
stronger than thoy uro today Tho
Hurry on Oalui sugar plautattrius
will net to prevent rucklosh siiocula-
tlnn In sugar btnekB. Tho value of
Honolulu loal cstuto will bo steadily
onhuucod by tho nxtenilcil opuin'tona
of tho Koiloral (Itivermnont, ho thero
is really no bolo In Iho doughnut
for Iho pessimist.
- Admiral Urlu urgoa tho .Tnpanoso
vffp iisslmilato with tho peoplo among
whom thoy tnko up their residence,
This voices u sentiment that should
bo io-eclioed by tliu Japanese, of Ha
waii. On giving It iinictlcal npplM contract, n lotnl of It worked yenter-
cation thoy will see that they cannot uayj mo iiin, and today, tho 18th, tho
All along the line thero nro evi
dences of the falluie of tho Agitators
to gain n following, tho workmen pro-
forrlng lo do their own business them
selves. 1'red Jlnklno, one of tho agl
tutors In chief, admitted last night that
ho did not get a happy reception at
Knn plantation and tho men who aio
not on monthly wages of $18 per
month wero not unxlniis to ittilkc, This
means that hla following Is Mondlly
dwindling as n very small proportion
of tho plantation employes nro receiv
ing as low as SIS per month.
The wholo tendency nf tho Agltnlors
nt tho present tlmo Is to hedgo and
get In out of tho wet by taking tho
"glory" that may bo derived from the
consideration shown tho men of Kwa
Tho Agltnlors piogram as originally
planned has failed utloily.
Iho Held contract men nf Honolulu
plantation nnd Wnlpahu nro dlssatls
lied with long continued IiIIciichh dur
ing which time their crops In tho field
Ewa Plantation Report.
K. D. Tonnoy. prosldent of tho Uwa
Plantation Company, has given tho
following statement of tho labor condi
tion At Kvvn Plantation, an nt 12
o'clock, noon, today, May 18th.
On May 17th tho number of Japan
eao who returned to work at Hwa
riiiulnllnn, wan h'X2, and on May 18th
117.1 turned out, nu Incrcaso of 181
men over the previous day. Tho aver
age number of Jiipuncrn working dally
on the Kiva I'lauttitlnn Is about 105S
men, tin icfoie, iho attendance at work
todav. Hi., isth, Is but 282 below tho
regular foi i e Theso mon who nro
short eiaiKlst piiucliially of cutters nnd
loaders- utid of those, working under
Kaimuki Lot of 120,000 so. ft.,
cleared, fenced and frontmp; on
three streets, A genuine bargain
Kalawai One acre with 100 ft
Who have property interests
should leave the management
of them in the hands of
thoroughly reliable and ex
Consult us about it.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel Street, between King
and Merchant Streets.
Chief Leal and bin staff raided a
house on Hcrctnnhi avenue nnd Achl
Inuo last night ami nricHletl thirteen
Chinese who vvcio alleged to bo gamb
ling. Tho hoitto, which Is known us
tho Akvvnl building, baa bcon reputed
to have been a gambling Joint for sumo
years, and signals of all sorts were ur
ranged so ns lo give warning In the
plnvcrs of the coming of tho police,
A watchman, who was grabbed In
tho yard ill tho back of the building
tried to kick an old coal oil can which
vvitH close to his foot, but the lilln
frustrated tho attempt; the iiiiIfo or
Hid can btlug rnttteil would have been
a signal lo the Inmates of the Iioikc
The officers stirioiinded the bulling
nnd one of tho specials who knew tho
HarurwisMj'rtuv 'TSbu.i':TKri'.i.Ufr,JHriLriwHJAiai'.-E viiST-i
for Infants and Children.
at is Castbirsa?
C ASTORIA, is a IinrmlcxH sutiHtitulu for Cnstov Oil,
lnrcf,roric, Drops mid Soothiit? Syrupq. it in
plcasnnl. It coiiiaiim iicilhcr Opium, 3Iofjtalno nor
oilier Narcotic Hiilmtauco (Xfircolics slupcfy). 5n
ngoiHSts guarantee. Bt tlcnfraj'H Worms and nlinjo
rovcrlslmcss. It cures Iiarr:ra ant! Wind Cotic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Contiiation
building remembered that there was n j and Flatulency. It assimilate the Food, regulate)
inc aiomacit ami isowcls, giving healthy (um natural
slecii. Tho Children's Puuacoa The molhcr'a
trap door that could bo used In cases
of emergency. SJetith Apana opened
this nnd was lowered Into the base
ment, and tho lest of tliu police fol
lowed him Into tho darkness.
Tho officers made their way through
a panel into tho cellar, nnd there
found a hunch of Chinese huddled lo
gethcr. Many evidence!) of the game
had been dlspoi-od of, but some weie
gathered In . The cat-o canto up this
morning and the accused vvcio defend
ed by C. 1'. Chilllngwnrlh, who main
tained thero was no evidence to con
vict. Jmlgo Andrndo look that vlow
of Uio affair, and discharged the lic
ensed: lie, however, warned Took Till
to bo careful how ho ran his place' In
Oovernor Pi car, Rccretaiy Moll
slfjiiiit uro of WiafY.
Physiciano Recommond Cao
'CiZcAt.'U ofB'.-iinr.- Cnslfrla
Snillh and High Sheriff Henry will llif-i
afternoon pay n visit to tho pcnlten-
" Mr intleati iDTMrinbl j pinko iho action nf j our
Calorl." W, V. Vuiiv n, t. 1).,
UuITulo, It. Y.
rmrlrRmyinwttrt' I'tidlco t lino-r rf frn-wl
enpri whcroynuri't.i;or.n Mirrrrlli,,l unit u.sl
Vtl'.tl pwl rciull. .' K.-floncMiii. St. 1) ,
Yonr C.tofla ti, cirt-'ilj nv ?mtnt rrniistjr
fur rhititrtn 1 l.in-vrnf. I '. mw trt other pri,-j-rteUryprtparfttluu
vvhlcti 1. tt- . 1,1111 '
11. b. bcuwimr, II. D.,
Ktii-Ji l Ur, Mn.
tlnry tu co what ariangeineiils can bn ' f u ; j rfh n tfPU fnr Rlntr'har'f; tfi-0,O'8
made for tlio proposed separation of niiarcn Ory TOT FlCICnef C UaStO.SU.
tho Territorial prison and the county
" I Ofo jour Ct-Jtcrta and i
fomlili wLcto tliire are rl.tifl-
Vottr CnMotla I thr Mit -for
lii lircu ami thi ofty r
in 114c .
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L Al il I .1
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(Ma 1, .
'1 hum!!".-!1 rniir t'aptofliir, l pnr-idii. tn l" 1
rn,m if (tulilrin fir jpuh w t . 1 111 t-i 1m,j
k. fltct , ua J fully ilulurfolt ni nfilr ipm,-,!,."
11. l). liuiytii, m
; .ill ulllyl.ia, li.
.A. M. HojIp of Honokaa left on lite
Manna Ken today up did Itcpresenla
tlve rurlailo of Iho same illtiict
In Doe For Over SO Years.
u ifcjjctWnBwr !L
o o 1U
New and Beautiful Styles
Y. Kato. a clerk iu tho Yokohama
frontage on beach Cocoanut Specie Hank, vvlP loavo In tho Tenyo
palms, han trees and fruit trees,
Manoa Valley Improved and unim
proved pronerty. Time to suit
Mo, tonnuiow for Japan. Ho lias
been transferred from tho local olllto
to the main ofllco at Yokohama, He
Is one of tlio mosl accommodating
clerks In tliu hank and Is very pot-u
lar with tho local Japanese. While
his friends nro sorry to seo him leave
Hawaii, they nro glad to hear of his
There was 11 rumor ciirient II1I.1
noon in the effect that the Arm
f Hoard Had decided upon the loca-
f Hon for tho piopoued brigade post
nt I.ellchua. Tho boaiil was In
session at l-'ort Shafler through
out tho morning. Major Dimnltit,
f declined to say nil) thing about
the matter, further Hum that In-4-
could give nothing out nnd that
f tbu wholo affair w.ih up to Wash
It Is understood that the site of
4- tho brigade post will not bo fai
-r from the cavaliy cantonment and
that the Kaul.i iiiouiitalu water
f will bo developed.
CAMPBELL IS SOON
TO QOJO EUROPE
Tho Tetrltoil.il Hoaid of Immlgrn
Hon has ojicued ofllces In 100m 4J on
tho fourth door of the Stangeiiwald
billltllug. The fiiruiluie was being
moved In today nnd Iu 11 very short
tlmo Asslbtaut Seeietnry William Hnv
Idgo will bo established In tho new
A. J. C.impbi II. agent of the Hoard,
will leave for Kurope iui soon iih lit
can got ready, piobably not later thnn
Iho first of June.
-r iBiiwmin mi 1 mil 11 1 1 1 'kjft. a1 li foBHS32rs33a.
Ji-T V 1 r H ws R
Pi .i&i Shoe 1
hi J J
l tu y
Vilder avenue $35.00
Magazine street 27.50
Pcnsacola street 35.00
Waikiki Beach $40
Prospect street 40
Young street 50
Kinau street 50
Tort and Merchant Streets.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
Summer Styles in
12 jSUu 11! x& S
Keep Liquids Cold 72 Hours
or Hot 24 Hours.
Quart size $5.75
Tint Size 3.75
H; F. Wichman & Co.
Our lino cf
smart new Regal
Ivlcj lias won a
lot cf praise cmoag the
best-drcssed men in
town. l licsc new
Regal models aic tmarlcr
llian ever, and llicy jltovv
genuine custom itylc in everv
line and curve.
Well-known New York nnd London custom bootmaker
designed the modcli from which every one oi llicic Regal Styles
is built. They have a dith'netive custom appearance found in no
other rcady-to-wcar shoes. Moreover, llicy arc made in quarter-
sizes, insuring you an cracf lit and pcrlect comfort.
Regal Shoe Store
McCANDLESS ELDU., KING AND BETHEL STKEh'ls.
j -- 1 - - ram
: Tom Sharp
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. - iPHONE 307.