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RVRNINO Ut;t.nTIN, ttUNOhOLU.T. II., WEDNESDAY, MAY in, IBM
AJU wid WEEKLY Published bj BULLETIN PUBUSHINO CO.. LTD
it MU King Street. Hoaolulu. Territurj of Bkwili
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KEUDEIZ OF THE AbSOCIATED PRI8I.
A' illauu li. l-"urrlnjton. - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANT NEWI'APEB PUBLISHED
In the Terrllcry of Hawaii.
HPaO.1 Editorial Rooms, - 185
I fc?1. Business Office, - 256
EntrrrJ at ihc hoMofhrr at lloitolutt
aa myoikJ cum miller.
MAY 19, 1909
Ths firm position 'of the planta- ""n thnt the talk nf our ward rooms
tion owners in refusing to consider and bc "rniy anil navy chilis turned
waj-e propositions while men nrc on fmm discussing what America
i In- liirlilent hu mtv imI tu show might Iium to di IT an European
wlmt sort of inun, we liuvc In Ha- power threatened our ancient nnd
J wall parading iih "Good Americans." : honorable Mntitoe doctrine nnd took
I a strike nnd the steps taken to pay fiom our country the trade for the
I oft and dismiss the. strikers .is to be development nf which Confess re-
. commended. The cause, of the Agi
. tators and Thugs is weakening every
day. It is safe to say that only the
campaign of intimidation prevents
me majority ot ttte men on nonotu
lu and Oahu plantations from re
turning to work. But it cannot be -
expected that employers will allow itj way of placing another bo
idle workmen to enioy the perquis- quel on the grow of the long-ago-Ites
of free homes urA fte? wood, discredited goveriinient-hy-enmmln-when
there are others ready to take sicn exhibit thnt masqueraded local
the houses and do ths work. The t ly as an "Idea,-' the following Ih pre
plantation mar.ajciujr.ta have dealt l-ented from the pen of Clinton Hog
most lienentlv v. its .as strikers, and i em Woodruff, one of the pioneers
they will uulO'.lu.cJly :;ive full pro- of and leading nuthoilty on miinlcl
fuses to subsidize the transportation
HORRIBLE EXAMPLE IN
a. HOME Small 5 room house
within fifteen minutes' walk from .
pcstolflce. Modern improvements!'
Price $1,450.00. . iJf j
b. HOME Small 4 room house
on Prospect street; modem
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, fruits, etc. New house,
modern improvements. Price
low; terms easy.
e. LOTS We are agents for lots
in Kaimuki, Puunul, Nuuanu,
Kalihi, Manoa Valley, and. all
parts of the city. '
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
RELIEF IN SIGHT
FOR NEEDY SOLONS
Travel Allowance Would.
, . , Extra $25
do not help you to a day's wage,
even ever so small!
"A little Is sometimes as good as
a good deal, and try not to forget
that. Kdllor Times, May 18.
1'. S. We rotild tell of one Jap
nnete who came to Hawaii to work
for live jeurs on n plantation. He
and his wife saved out of their earn
ings tho!e live years, nnd todav,
with thrift and steady toll, ho Is
quite beforehand, and they aro
i prospering here In Honolulu.
A. XI. I.
tection to i : i.;urning to work.
Sugar plai. . . ..t wages will un
doubtedly m i. adjusted, but this
rnnnnt lie done, while the Jannncse
' indicate that they are controlled bv
J selfish agitators from Honolulu who
f are in the game for the "rake-off"
j with which to line their pockets and
km the laborers.
GREAT BRITAIN SCARE.
The fear that has touched tlio
heart or ('.rent llritaln Is at first
thought for nil the world like a
grc.it cattle stampede.
Here Is a great big, husky people,
by right's afiald of nothing on
earth; going Into a wild "mill"
every tlmo anyone says "I too" nnd
Just what It nil means Is hard to
ay. (lre.it Hi Haiti Is stirred to Its
depths as It has not been In the
last tlfty cais or more. Perhaps
the political 'outs" have, stuited
the ghost talk to upset the political
"Ins," uml theie seems to be about
enough truth in the possibilities tr
the sltiritlon to give them n hook
mi vhleli iii li!i!itf t!i"li- e.i2ircrnlcil
At the bottom of It all Is the
Dicadnought, the type of war es-j
el Hut has put every other In thej
When (iieat lirlt.iln began build
in;: Dicadnoiights It was to all In
tents mid purposes to construct a
new navy. ' Meanwhile (lerninny
had been (net easing Its shlpyuitlE
and Its equipment for turning out
war munitions, with the result that
Kaiser Wllhelm hi p. Dreadnought
bulletins contest MJifld l.eep' up with
King lMwnrd , and the hitter's un
questioned supremacy on the sea be
seriously threatened, to say the
leant. The ghost talkers Bay the
Knlter ran easily beat the King.
Thnt (lermany Is doing the
things that nie mentioned hi the
dispatches nf this morning appears
ultogether Improbable to an observ
er a little removed fiom the excited
ntmosphere. Yet we nrc hardly In
u poult lun to poko fun at the Hrll-
Ish when we tccill how gicat Bquads
of, our countrymen were unable to
sleep, nights fiom the fear a tutn
ihi'd Hinusnnd Japanese would soon
lie- landing In Texas nnd marching
thljuigh to Chicago,
-jMiind tlio froth of tlio flurry
oni the probability of politicians
diking advantage of u psychologi
cal moment to arouse tlio public
ihlli'd against the Indifference of tlio
Government or Its cxtraotdlnnry
ejin'cndltures Is the eYor-prosont fact
that (lermany Is an over-crowded
'nation, wealthy, ivggresslve, Intel
ligent, seeking an outlet for Its peo
ple, nnd Its manufactures in colo
nies, lu every part of the world it
meets the competition and power
ful testralnlng hand of Great Milt
nin. If (let many has a navy It can ex
press Itself in more vlgornuv teimv
than bombastic utterances nf the
Kmpctor. Germany Is building u
navy and nheady has u mngnlllceut
merchant murine. A'ul the nations
of the earth cannot afford to encor
at German possibilities.
liven the United States lies more
than u passing Inlorcst In the rise
of tho German navy, as South Amer
ica presents a particularly attractive
field for tho (lei m. tn tradesman, and
It was. not until Japan came on tho
Roeno of aclloti as n rejuvenated na-
pal reform in the United States:
"Washington, the capltnl city
of our nation. Instead of afford
ing, ns It should, the most
striking model of self-government
in the whole country. Is,
as a matter of fact, n most lior
rlM" cnmple of Just the le-
"The city has a fair measure
i f good government, but It Is
not democratic good govern
ment. It Is imposed upon the
ilty. It docs not come ns the
self-conscious, deliberate effort
ot the people who are affected.
"Congress governs tho city
absolutely, and (lie peoplo lmVu
nothing to say nbout the per
sonnel of their governors or the
form of their government. The
I'resldent, by and with the ad
vice of the Senate, determines
one, and Congress the other.
We never hear of charter re
form In Washington, except
when Congress or the President
Mails- the discussion; and tills
former President Hoosevelt has
done, appointing not a charter
(invention of residents, hut uu
expeit from New York In the
pe.tou nf .lame i llronson Rey
nolds. There me few better
equipped men for I'm tusk, but
the leionuneuilatlons nie his,
rot those of the iwnle whose
iuteieatH aie lunlveil."
The people of Hawaii have long
since dlscaidcd the thought of at
tempting to saddle themselves with
anything like what Mr. Woodruff
has correctly styled the most horri
ble example nf self-government In
the oii nt ry.
COAL LUMP WEIGHS
And Is from Government
Fuel Mine At
in Honolulu at
Ten crntn per mild, g.ilng nnd coin
Ing, Is the sum which counfry Inembeis
of the Hoard of SnpenlRtini ask for
traveling expenses. The matter Is
now up to Deputy County Attorney
Mllvertnn, who will linvo to decide
Whether or not tho allowance call
prnwrljr and legally he made.
It was at yesterday's meeting nt'tha
Hoard that tnu pioposltlon Was official
ly sprung, though It hns been Informal
ly discussed for somo time. Kane
fathered the motion at the meeting.
Outside members claim that trapp
ing expenses, to nnd from 'the inert'
lugs, eat up n large portion of their
rather meager salaries. When, lu the
lato Legislature, nn offnrL wns. madd
lo pass n law raising Hie pay of the
Supervtsorn frnm JM tn yiT n month,
thi" reason given for the- Inoirnso Wnp
tho heavy expense under which Coun
try mombers of tho vnrloun county
boards were placed, owing to tho nco
lesslty for paying railroad faros.
At thut tlmo It was suggested, by a I
inemiiar or tlio judiciary committee ot
the Senate, that the Suporvlsorit
might very properly vote themselves
At the rate of 10 cents n mile, each
way, some of tho Supervisor will
mine pretty near making up that extra
J2r, a month which the Legislature re
fused to allow them, Traveling mile
age, fnr public" ninclnls, Is customarily
computed on the dUtatfco' het'wel'iV tho
places In question, by mil
From here to Wnlaln.i, tho homo of
Supervisor Cox, the dlstnnco Is lr,.K
tulles. This would allow Cox JTiTiS
each way, every tlmo that he camo up
for a meeting, making his total for'
each scsclon of the Hoard $11.10. As'
MANOA FOLK WANT
Supervisors Pass Pay
iri6 Slnnoa Valley improvement At.
soclatlml Is out alter better road". At
yesterday's meeting nf the Hoard of
Supervisors n delegation troni mo .ic
nidation appeared und presented n
formal request. A committee of the
Hoard will probably go up mill lo-h
over tho ground.
Attention was cnlled to the fart thai
benches, placed In Anla Park by the
cnunly for tho benefit of the public,
are being rented nt 10 cents per. by
tho baseball magnates on Sunday af
ternoon. Qiilun nntiounced that lu
would look Into tho matter.
Tleasurer Trent wns nllovved a lie
ease clerk, tu assist In handling the
Increased work thnt devolves on, the
County Treasurer, now that tho col
lecting of licenses has been turned
over to Hie municipality.
Pay demands, up to date, were, ap
proved and the Auditor was directed
to draw the necessary warrants.
w'i -iXt liLf- y 5 wM ti i
On this Wednesday evening at
Ti.tO o'clock the Hawaiian hand
will give a concert nt Anla Park.
The program follows:
March The Tree Lnnco ....Sousa
Overturn The Armourer. .I.nrt7.lng
Oavolte Circus Kllego
Selection I Martini . . . Donizetti
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Ar. by llcrger
Selection Old I'ulks nt Home...
i Waltr til Pnso Andrews
. ,v. . llcrger
Hired mnntlntfa n mniifli timi lio tnfrnn
as tho minimum, there would be I33.4S Finale Honolulu
added to Mr. Cox's pay recount In tlio The Star Span
mini tn uuii-uut: HHUlVlllieU flll-ll IIHIIIUI. W ' I , .... ..,...! .. ,.. 1, ...
The round trip hire to Wnlnlna Is $?.sn There vvl'l !.. n g.lf I on filament at ! ' " r.,,,. i u. ,,f.i Z
ih-ii- Minim ' vn-iir iirinii iiir iiuieiw.i in nie near inline, nun ni
the Supervisor of $8.30 Mr each meet- Clair llldguod and .1. T. Omic' IVeie 1n
III". town lately pur"hnslug u cup for itu
lilnhlecn and twn-tonthn miles Is the cnmpetlilnn. The tournament Is rune
distance, by rail, In Kwn, Tho round nred to b- only open to members of I
It lit fare Is S3 cents. At in cents n the llnlelwrt Club.
WAS TAKEN SICK
rROM CATCHING COLD
MISS EKXESTIN 1IOUVA1U),
Duck Lake, Saskatclionan, Can.,
At tlio cloy of 1003 1 took sick ns ths
result of catching cold. 1 liccauie very
weak and could notdo nryvtlilng.
'1 conkulteil n (loeror, who had me
take various kinds ot modlelne, but 1
did not Und any relief (mm my aulfer
Ing. Attheiulyiceof a friend, I vrrotu
to you and y6u advlaed me. ft
"After I hod takcu.tvro;lKtliei of Pa
rum there was uoiiccllde Improve
ment. I combined the uso of l'eruua,
Manallnalid I.acupla nnd after taking
a overal bottles ot each I Und myself en
" can certify that It waa through
your medicine? that I recovered my
health. 1 ndvlou every oiiri'wlio U
similarly atlllclcd to obtain Dr. Hart
man's advice and bo benefited."
Mrs. Wllda Mooors. 11. 1-'. D. Ko. 1,
Lents, Oregon, U. H. A., writes:
"For tho past four jcars 1 was a
wretched woman, mi ft er Ing with severe
backaches nnd other pains, leaving intt
cu weak ami weary that It was only
wUhiHlliculty Hint I was able to attend
to my household duties,
" used different remedies, but
found no relief until I had tried l'e
"Within two wcoks there was a
clungo for the better, nnd In less than
three months I was a well und happy
"All tho pralto Is due to Peruna."
Frrium Is not n local lvmedy, but an
i tie following wholesale drugglit
will supply the rctnll tru-t:
Ilenson. Smith & Co.. Honolulu,
One rf tho most Intorcstlng exhibits i '
at tho Alaska-Yukon Exhibition will j
bu a solid block of llataau coal, which . Manuel Sllcll'was charged with pro-
Is being carried to Seattle on the Unit- faulty this null nine. Attorney Stratum.
cd States Army transport I. It. detemlol film und claimed that tho
According to Caplini AiiIc-ih of the 'language) used wns only vulgar tirul
Dlx, the block weighs ."Coo pinnds. It J not profane. Judge Andrado remarked
was taken from the government, cotl Hist the words' used were not frequent
mines on Liguan Island, Manila, It ly heard in a ball loom. Strauss re-
Is carefully boxed up, In order to piled that as lie never went to balls ho
nvold damage from tho rolling nf the
'The transport will probably sail next
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
bulletin Editorial Boom Phon 1B5.'
(iiii not know. Sllca was found not
guilty and was discharged after be
ing win ned not to iiho such language
to -ladles lu. future.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorisl Ijoom Phone 185
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New and Beautiful Styles
Dunn's Hat Shop
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Editor Kvcnlng 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Dear-Sir: Can 3 on kindly give us
a bit of our very valuable space?
We love the Japanese ns a nation.
The nation seems today to have been
given "ten talents." They aro clov
er and "smart" (when not too
smart), these sous of Nippon!
Whenever we look at their woilc
In wood, In Ivory, nnd In ull prec
ious stones and metal, in silk, cot
ton, crepe and wool, wo are umnzed
at the expuUltc Ingenuity of Japan.
We know, too, that they uro
bravo lu war, good husbands and
fathers in peace, loving their coun
try und loving their homes,. We
liavn all sympathy for laborers also,
for we, too, are it day laborer, work
ing patiently nnd faithfully for tho
most of the little we can get; and
so will wo work lo the end of our
life. Hut there is one thing we. rec
ollect not to do not to try to hum
ble or to ahnuo the very foundation
on which (lu Hawaii) our subsist
ence, und support must, directly or
Indirectly, come, namely, capital.
And In llownll-nel that word means
Sugar or Planter Plantation!
See? My denr laborer (of what
ever tribe or tongue) It Bpells "plan
tation," and there's no getting awuy
from u tact, u self-evldeut proposi
tion. Now, Japanese, let us, jem
and I, he sluevvd, bo "canny," as the
Scotch say, bo true Yankees, bo
"crafty" hi tho good Bcnsa of that
term, be patient utid faithful and
try to see on which side our bread
lu real I." butteted. Don't let anyone
comu along and work you Into a
fume and u fret, making you lose
your honest day'n work dud g() In
debt. The one.i thnt unmake you'
Kaimuki lot of 120,000 tq. ft.,
cleared, fenced and fronting on
three streets. A genuine bargain
Kalawai One acre with 100 ft
frontage on beach Cocoanut
palms, hau trees and fruit trees.
Manoa Valley Improved and unim
proved property. Terms to suit
Wilder avenue $35.00
Magazine street 27.50
rensacola street 35.00
Waikiki Beach $40
Prospect street 40
Young street 50
Kinau street 50
Fort and Merchant Streets.
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., Ltd.
Bethel Street, between King
and Merchant Streets.
mile, each way, n Supervisor would
draw down ?3.Gt each trip, giving him
a clear balnnco of $2,79, i
Thnt some provision will bo nindo
to rover the octun) travcllug expensen
of out-of-town members of thu Hoard
I of Supervisors, is moro than likely.
liotii me iioiiniy attorney b .oujee ami
the county auditor havo cxiiresscd u
belief thut somo arrangement should
bo made, In order that country mem
bers may be placed on the samo foot
lug ns those living in UiKclly.ij
Tho general feeling Is that out-of-town
Supervsors should bo urovded
with commutation ticket books, nt tho
expense or the County, fur use when
coming Into this city on public busi
William, Just plain mil, had lo dig
up four dollars this morning or else
chanco missing tho ball game on Sun
day next. Judge Andrado leckoned
tho bun Dili had on nt that figure.
MILES OF SEA BRIB0ED BY ONE
"illfTTfr - w
Summer Styles in
Bring your watch to us
if it docs no keep good
time. We are expert watch
It F. Wichman & Co.
It is built for service,
and gives it.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 307.