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EVENING DTTLLiJTIN. nONOLtJLTJ, T. 11., WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1901
Dependable Goods at Low Prices
SHEETS AND PILLOWCASES,
Made of Rood reliable brands, all ready for use. Size
42x30 or 45x30, ISc each.
HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES, f
Made of extra goodquallty white cotton. Size 42x30
or 45x30, 25c each.
BED SHEETS, i
Made of good quality cotton, all hemmed, ready for use.
Size 54x00 05c each
Size 03x00 70o each
Size 72x00 75c each
Size 81x00 85c each
FOUR GOOD VALUES IN FACE TOWELS.
Cotton face towels, good quality, large size, 15o each,
or $1.50 a dozen,
HEMSTITCHED COTTON FACE TOWELS,
Extra heavy, good size, 20c each, or $2 25 a dozen.
HUCKABACK FACE TOWELS,
Hemmed, extra large size, 30c each, or $3.00 a dozen.
PURE LINEN FACE TOWELS,
Plain hemmed or hemstitched in damask or huckaback,
extra good values, 35c each, or $3.50 a dozen.
A large assortment, values that can't be duplicated.
Bed Spreads from $1.00 upwards.
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To be Framed?
Take them to
STRIKE-BREAKING IS GREAT JOY
Fort and Beretania S ts
Opp. Fire Station. I
There's Money In Poultry
You can get 400 pure-bred white
leghorns, with houses, fences, incu- 1VjL OriCl
bator, brooders, bone-mill, etc., for
$500. It's a snap.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy.... Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 408.
"There they nret
"There she comes! I!
"Howl Lord look nt the mob on the
Whoop' Whoonll llnornv" Hon-
It's great to ho a Rtrlko hicakoi nt
nno ilollnr nnd n Inlf per. It's illnVr
ent If joit'ro n pa) lug teller nt the
gate nml have a linlf hour of peisplrn
Hon anil ruined disposition before on
ir oit non't iiellove It take n few
moments to vvntch the strenuous Jov
otn home-coming of the men returning
from tho plantations nfler a dav'
work in tho field doing what the .lap
nncse refuse to do.
Honolulu's only railway station Haw
tho nearest approach to n Cone Island
rush last night Hint It haB ovoi exper
ienced In nil history.
Thu exhibition nt the three exit
Kates of tho I all way shed had u three
rltiR circuit done tn n fnie)c-wcll and
If Hilly Moors had only been theie id
witness Itoynl D. Meade and Pred C.
Smith spelling In stentorian tones that
the crowd must "Keep bark' Keen
back" Ki:m HACK' " "" he
would hne realized what n Rreat ()
IKirtunlty was lost when the Legisla
ture did not pnss his bill to keep back
thu waves nf thu sea,
There wan n row when the strike
brclkers left town esterdav morning
and nil could pot ro who wanli-d to
There was great Jo) at fl tlilrt last
evening when the retiirnliiR thirteen
hundred rolled Into thu station on n
special train, and two thousand dollars
In shining coin was distributed among
Several schemes hnvo been devised
for pn)ltiR thesu hard) wiirkmen Knch
man In given his tag for n dn's work
before he leaves the plantation, and
there are ns inan tnvelopcs contain
hie $1.60 ns there are tags It looks
simple enough If u man has n tnR,
mhi Rlvo him the envelope for the
tail It's different when )ou have (If
teen hundred men each wanting his
envelope right now and all rushliiR
lo throw tho tnR ut jour feut
NlKht befou last Meade) who has
charge of tho s)stem of dlstrlbutltiR
tne coin, deemed Hint the proper
scheme wns to pn) tho men on the
train Ho paid them that way. Ho
got through tho train. Tho men got
the money. He started In ut one end
and when ho came out nt tho other he
wns sure that ho had been separated
from IiIb money and also certain that
ho retained on his person suntclent
Clothes to cover tho law That was
So on Tuesday tho svstem waB
changed. Thero nro three exit gates
at the end of tho train shed. These
would bu used for the strike breakers
lo pass through and ns they walked
tluough llko Mary's little lamb, they
would bo paid tho 11.50 and all would
go along ns smoothly as a marriage
bell or something- like that.
Tho only thing that wasn't taken In
to account was Hint there Is enough of
Y0UNQ, FAT AND TENDER.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG- BUILDING.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101
TOURING OAR, 1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
the gay and festive spirit among thu'
men of Honolulu who want to work on
n plantation, to ronio home from tho
enno fields an from n picnic Also,
men nro use snecp aim iney ail wane
to go through n gale nt once, espec
ially If thu gate In small and ou want
them to pass one nt a time.
Meade placed his men nil right. They
were real huskies, too Two Walker
bovs, Frank Armstrong and (leorgo
Fuller, and .llmtnle llobrrtsou to lend
dignity to the occasion Then there
wan Arthur McDuine on the side, liar
r Flint and n big Hawaiian plain
clothes man ns big an a house. A bet
ter football crowd could not have been
marshaled. And be It said to their
credit they finished the Job and every
man got his dollar and a hair Hut It
wasn't tlm Jolly workers' fault.
The train stopped outside In tho
vnrd and down the train shed platform
tho strlku breakers enme on the run.
What they were miming ror, the Lord
knows, except thai the) had been off
on a ylorlou time nml were glad to
bu home again.
They camp off the train llko tho
scattering drops of an advancing show
er. Then faster and more numerous
until Inside of n minute there wns a
veritable flood nt humanity. All on
the dead run. Nothing on earth to
hurry for except to get through one
of those gates and nfler getting
through stand around on Hi outside.
"My Oavvd" commented Jlmmle Hob-
rtiull ns hn HAW Iho rrnud pnmlnp
but he had lo chuckle Meade, saw It
ami snld things under his breath.
Borne of tho men tried to make the
gate at a running Jump nnd a few
got through. Then the crowd serged
up behind and It wns a Jam
"llooraj" snld soma one, nnd then
everbody said lloora) except the men
on the gntes, Meadu boru his Seraphic
smile nnd smothered n Nuuanu dam.
It was nn Inflated exhibition of a
crowd of II ii 1 1 e 1 1 u newsboys nit try
ing to Ret to tho Thanksgiving dinner
nt tho same time, and thu men were
every whit ns good natiired Rvcii the
stolid Chinese grinned Not nn ugl
man In thu crowd
Finally the Jam became so great
that they sent McDume In through
one of the gates, Harry Flint through
Hit! other and tho big Hawaiian stood
guard to prevent Jlmmto Hobcrtson
being crushed at the third.
This helped some but It was not a
Then tho cashiers threatened to shut
tho gates nnd keen them all In till
they would eomo tluough one by one.
Ilut that wouldn't v'ork. "Hooray.
Hooray!" said tho crowd, nnd ou
can't refuse good-natured men.
Then Meade and Smith did tho or
They mounted a ladder at tho side
of tho corrnl and each In turn said
"Keep back! Keep back!" and other
things Hint could not bo so well und
peclally when he Is serious
Meade had an angle to ins nai mat
was effective, (lee, but he look'd
fierce. Dut what did the strike break
ers care. The) were geltlny
home nnd wanted to get
through the Rale. Smith thiew
out his chest and roared his ad
monitions to tho mass of humanity
below him He looked fierce, too, real
ugl, but the mob didn't seem to cire
The ladder dldti t brenk but the
orators quit 'Twas no use Only
time nnd patience or a shon-r of dol
lars could overcome Hint crowd
And In duo course of time the) did
all worm their way through the gate.
Many of tho Chinese had their hick
hair disturbed In the cruh, but they
got through, each got his envelope
nnd stnrted awn happy
The men taking the place of the
strikers nrc principally Chinese nnd
Hawaiian. Occasional!) a man would
rnmn tlirnilffh who urn nlitlnuali n
sailor off one nf the ship In port. He
had had a good time. About one man
In every five had one or two slicks of
sugar rane In his hand. So tho reji
wage of the strike breaker Is a dollar
and n half per day, a stick of sugar
cane and n long ride In tho countr)
Hero and there a Japanese came
through, indicating that town Japantb
are ready to work. While walling
for the train to come in a .Iapaiit.be
who said ho was from Hlln offered biv
services as a worker.
I.envlnc tho railroad station most of
the Hawaiian headed for the fish
market, Tho nearb) saloons caught
a fow, but a ver) few.
You cant have much fun in booze
on a dollar and a half but you can have
n lot of fun working In a cane field If
j on make up )our mind to It. and
an) nay. It's great to bo a strlku
If they go through the some nci-
formanco tonight Meade nnd Smith
plan to lenrn how to shout "Keep
thick"' In fort)-flvo languages.
Governor and Party Go
Governor Freir Attorney (leneral
llemenwn), Hiiierliilendcnl llnbbltt,
I.nnd Commission) r I'rntt nnd Judge
Wlillne) left In an automobile enrl)
thin morning fur Wnlalee to visit the
Ilo)s' lndtistilnl School
The purpose of their visit Is to see
what can he done to nmed) the
trouble caused In Hie failure of the
Legislature lo appropriate for the stii
Iort and maintenance or the Fehool
Principal Gibson wns so disgusted nnd
discouraged b) the strange omission
of thu l.eglslatuie that he tendered
It Is liosslble that lln conflnirniirt
fund ma) be drafted iimii for a put
of the tnnne) mode.l mid some minus
win he sought to kiep the school run
(Continued from Pace 11
or another about the plantation
turned In these ke)s, but that was
ill). About the same situation pre
vailed at Oahu.
Agitators will strive to bring this
matter of paying off and discharge
Into the courts, but an tho planta
tions have given all, the time that
could bo asked, the Agitators can
accomplish nothing more than to
make a bluff. Meanwhile the work
men are losing mone) at the rate of
14, GOO n day.
The work or handling tho strike
breakers who go down from town Is
no small problem, ns more are offer-
It Is funny, to j.eo a man's I n" "ma ' l''. os more ure ,..
nnd not a Koun'd heard, es- 'nS ch day than can bo taken. Mr.
415 Queen St,
185 editorial rooms 250 bul
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
tnent of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU SX
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Tort.
Woven Wire Bailey tfnS
He is the only man in the Territory of Hawaii who can
weave a proper woven wire bed. With Hilarius in "The
Toymakcr," he can gaze upon the finished product and ex
claim, fcIt's my work, all my work."
No one can imitate him. The Japs have tried it and
failed and when a Jap fails to imitate the subject can be
counted very difKcult.
Woven Wire Bailey employs only citizen labor. He
makes the best beds sold in Honolulu, and it you don't
believe it, .try one. He has just opened up a depot in the
Kapiolani Building for selling woven wire beds and is offer
ing them this week at bed-rock prices.
Incidentally, he is selling step ladders for 30c a foot
about half-the regular price, and "perfection" kitchen tables,
containing two flour bins, two drawers, two ba e boards,
and nicely finished, for $5 each.
Give Bailey a chance. He'll make good. Stock ready
for delivery at
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
II K llonlne showed n number o
his moving pictures to Mr llvde. a
theatrical nun from the nasi last
night llonlne ma) leave foi Hie
land of Hawaii shortl) to lake n mini
her of forest r pictures for use In the
Hawaiian cvhliill at tin Al.iak-i
Yukon-raclflc Exposition. i
Mend, who has chnigu of the labor'
bureau, eun take only so mini) ns '
the managers tell him the) will ein-
plo) This morning there were ful
ly nrteen hundred men at the depot
nnd nine hundred and seven!) by
nclunl count were needed nnd taken
The Jam of the irowd was tei rifle,
ns no one wants to bo In the live
hundred left behind The crowding
is good nnturcd enough, but Kome-
one Is likely to get hurt from the
crush of the mob Those left behind
nlso have a kick coming because
the) consider they are nut treated
light, hut these seems nothing else
to do nt the present.
Honolulu plantation Is orcup)lng
the time In overhauling Us mill,
which would have' to be done this
BO.iHon aii)vn). Oahu plantation Ii
nrr)lng on till the necessary work
and taking the time also fur ovui
hnuling. As a matter of fact, the
only people suffering on cither of
these plantations are tho contract
cultivation men, whose crops nre In
the fields nnd ready to be harvested
The plantations could run for n
month In the present manner and
not suffer nuy material loss, al
though tho plans for tho season nre
of course somewhat upset.
J I. Cooke went to Knhuku this
morning to look over tho situation
The Japanese nf Hint plantation
have held meetings, but theie Is no
inuic.iiion or tlielr going out on i
strike or doing an) thing to hinder
taking off the reason's crop I
In n general wn the strike situ i-1
The drink llmt in
vifTOintts, hut ilntft
not mtike n man
It is the tonin for
the mnn who frfth
tun down hy over
work. At our Fountain only.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sttects.
Cor. King and Alakea
Boston Baked Beans
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders n day- ahead.
28 loaves of bread ror S1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
Wc are in line with the
best assortment cf
In the market All makes.
Perfumed and Plain
Just ask for the kind you
lehnlmrdt's Candies always
Kins nnd Fort Sts.
lion Is very favorable to nspecd) so-n n n ....
lutlon nnd thu lomplete discrediting !,,,,Tir Vmmro .,
of the Agitators and their .oterl., of I WALL- NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Will Accept Their Pay.
A committee of the Honolulu pb'iti-
lion strikers called on Manager Hobs',
today and stated to him Hint the strik
ing workmen would be rend) to be
pild olf and leavo tho plantation
Iioiisvh during tho next three dn)s
Some of them have called for their
tools and others have taken t lit I r ef
fiels from the plantation hoiioes In
houses on nearby proerly not wltni
lie plantation Jurisdiction. There Is
every 'Indication that the discontented
ones will take their pay and leave the
plantation premises. Tho money to
pay off the men was sent down today
Fort and Merchant fits.
$400 4-r. house and lot, 50x100,
at Schnack Tract, Nuuanu.
$500 4-r. house and lot. 45x60, at
Alewa, below Judd St.
$600 5-r. house and lot, 45x00, on
extension Kuakinl, nr. Punch
Bowl car line.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
Cable Address: "Guide," Honolulu,
The GUIDE is a correct, complete
and convenient Shipping Paper for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Information furnished subscribers
instantly on request.
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Alexander Young Building,
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That women so delight in can
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A scientifically pet feet mix
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Overcomes nil deficiencies
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It is the ideal material for
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ing; exceeds white lead fully
50 per cent in durability
and covers a greater amount
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NFAR BETHEL '
Dealers in Fum ture Mattresses,
Etc,, Etc All kinds of KOA and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
LUNCHES and DRINK I
The most pooular
place in town, ,
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St, near Fort 1
Jack Soully. Jack Robert.
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