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From San Fiandsco: I
Kutca May 27 .
l'ur b,m 1'iiim.isco;
Siberia Mil) 21
Mnrafiui May 28
Maknru Mny 2'
NEW people are coming lo Hono
lulu on every steamer, tlicy
have to live somewhere, and they
always read the Bulletin. How
about your room for rent ?
The merchant wfco is satisfied is doomedHe needs tin Bulletin daily
VOL. XI. NO. 4318.
14 PAGES. HONOLULU TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1009. 1-1 PAGES.
PRICE 8 CENTS.
SAMMY SMITH SENT WA1ALUA MEN
TO REFORM SCHOOL' PRESENT CLAIMS
So Inform the Board of Immigration
At First Meeting of That Organi
zation In Its Permanent Quar
ters "Instructions to Campbell
At tho uiiollng r tin IIimiiI of liiunl- Hpxclnl A Kent C:iiiip1i-ll. u Will
fj ill Iiiii this morning President Ivith ' kiiII tin June I fur Kiimik lo collect
announced thai tlu Sug.n Canters' As-1 Immgrnnts, win; cautioned In be cue-
Wheels Of Juvenile Wianas Japanese
Court Beg n To ; Out But Return
TOK, BOSTON CO
IN LOCAL BANKS
Are Territorial Funds No
Longer Locked Up
nutation hint ugieed in lake 20 III fnin
llles n h soon oh I lie CiiiiiiiiIbhIoii hIioiiIiI
Iki In a position to furnish ilicni.
Copies of the homestead agreement
fill nnil not mlsicprcsent matters to
tliu Immigrants, tt was decided t tin 1
lit? "ml President Ivcis hIioiiM call on
tile Portuguese Consul hero anil fa
which yn I'lanteiH urn prepared to mlllnihc themselves wllh the eiulgra
inter Into Willi tlio liuiulgiuuls, went' tlon lawn. Hint tlieie may lit1 no frlc
Hiibinllle.l to the CiiiiiiiiIbhIoii lor In- Hon Willi the Portuguese gotcrnment.
Hpullim. Assistant Secretary S.ivldge nun hi
ll) the tcims of Ihe ngn euiciit, IhH slructcd to niheitlse In newspapers,
plimteiH agrui to pa tlie lioineFtea'lei. Iiutli here ami on the other Inland, to
on a sliding Hcala $2D :i muiitli during ascertain how ninny immigrants can lie
the til nt )ear. $21 n inontli during tlieinado use of and to Itml out what In
lecoiid and (-- a month during the diiccmcnts will he offered. He was
third. In ii(l1I t lull, employment U 'linn dltcctcd to visit the homestead
promised Hie wives ami children of settlement on Kauai, make photo
Ihe home-it eadom at wages ranging i graphs, and Ret statements from the
rrom fin to tin a month. .rerldcuts, to he translated, liiiiind In
The planters tigieo ,i IiirnlKli each I pmiphlet form, ninl ure.l for dlBtrlhii
hoiiieiileadnr aeci pted a limine of not linn liy Hxclul Agent Campbell,
less than two rnoniH. ind an turo of I ll wat decided In hold unotlwr meet
lapd the house and. luniMo become hlsjlng (in Wednesday next for tlie pur
pei Minn)-property after three )onrn,, I of having a final confeieiice with
should he fnlflll all of the tcrniH it the
It was suggested that the steamship
coinpnny contracting to bring linin.i
grants here should ho paid ho much per
person on antral, thereby making the
company return any person refused ad
mittance through disease, mid forcing
Hie coiiipaiiy'HoniclnlH to look carefully
to medical oxaiiiliiutlun and ho foith.
Campbell licfore Ills departure.
Tho meeting was the first to he
held In the new quarters In the Stan
gcnwuld Ilulhllng William Snvldge
who henceforth will have charge of the
oince, was formally Installed as assist
There were present Messrs. Ivers,
Mutt-Smith, Atkinson, Carden and Sav
PILES UNDER THE
BRIDGE ARE ROTTEN
Judge Whitney presided tills
niornliiK over the Juvenile ('nil it
and sentenced Samuel Smith, a red-
hrjided jnutli whose mother call
him "nnn nil mound had hoy," to
the llnys Industrial Home until Ills
hut were let off or escaped with lee
Ill res mid repi imands and orders not
to do It again.
Ham Smith has ninde (iilte a rec
ord for himself mill Iiiih proved too
much for his mother to handle, ll
wan she who had him tirniiKht he-
fore Ihe court as u "had boy."
F1SCIUI OSU SIRIKFiS M'E
FLOCKING INTO TOW
OM.. ...... I. .t K..M Ilnnit.iii !
. A number of other )ntilh- c. .. Pv , .,.. -.... l . .. 7,
i.r ....... i r. ,i. i.. i,. Strike Conditions at Present Agi- and lis tciiiiesi for money will
dew were define the Judge, ,. m nl., , H.. r,, " , .....,..,.,.. ... ' ,.
tdbUiS VtUUM V M(( utu llll(lli; lit IIIK'II il IIH- I ll'ilPlllj
of $30,000 and . next week.
Rke. I The Haul, of Hawaii ashed for n ;
deposit of 1 1 on. mid. which was nl- '
Walanne .Inpanese ipiit work llili. towod. Only about $S!i,nOO wan
inornliiK lo lake time lo (nimnlale de turned over to this bank this morn- ;
in a nds.
Wiilalua Japanefe hae preyenleil
WASHINOTOH. Mav 22 C. I.I Leach ol Boston was the lowest
bidder for the consti action of the drvJock. to he constructed nt Pearl
Haroor. the tenlcis "r i'' i '" tacned at the Now Department to-
One hundred and fifty thousand fay. The fieure of the Boston comwnv was S1.2DJ.321. The San
dollars wan turned over this inoi n Francisco Bridfie Comonnv came n:M with a bid of fl.7C0.00O. '
lnB to I wo of the local banks by ltac), was fa o.iVMt uidder un(jer ,i;c ,l)ecigcntlon, ou wlilch'.
Treasurer mill Attorney (lenernl tenders were tailed last February.
Ilemeiiway, in nccniuance wiui ine
provisions of the Depositary Act.
wmn I o .
(elved It. The application, how
ever, has been favorably acted upon
and the bank will receive the money.
Very llllle cash actually changed
SAN FRANCISCO. Mav 22. The captain cf the liner Nippon. Ma-1
? ..".'.. ' .. , .- nlrenilv lime l.imn amounts of Ter-.,u "us ucl-"l: "ivuivcu ill til) oi mime uj n r.suu 01 inc. courtesies
. J-"'m.'':iHi1,ri,i ro.uis .. lame .u.riion f hown Admiral. Uriu. who ws 2 . .-er for this pott. The, captain
i ii. .in- ...in jiivi,- ".. ......L.. rhareed with harin-r .landed lAdt
Sixteen bimdieil dollars Is the esti
mate placed by County HnRlneer Oero
mi tint nut it flirt lMftiliati liiiniuui'lf i
i iiiiJ w w iM""n v- rrMi ii fttrtx f.i tt I I.I il.n !.- ..!.
he iinderplnnliiK of Walkano llrldRO " '" " ""."- ". "m
..'...,. ,1. , . now bo useless owIiir to decay.
Ihu hrldk'e by Oere showed Ihe piles
under the wliiR wall to be practically
useless, owIiir to theie not Imvlns
been driven down deei enoiiRh. Tlie
piles went down Into tho gravel but
lx feet, whereas, In order to bo of
value, they Bhould have been at least
thirty feet down, nccordlns lo Ihe engi
neer. Whcthor or not the piles under the
ninln pier are In the same shape, the
engineer hna not yet ascertained, bu'
that Is a mutter of no Importance as,
from below tho masonry they have
been round to be ro rotten as to hu nf
no value whntsoover ns burden bear
ers. Kven thoiiRli they weio embed
ded In the Rroiind to uxlepth of thirty
Sammy appeurs to have a peeulliii heir rtipiests to Manayer (lood.ile and '"' " "'" """"""-
lack of perception of the difference they are now under .oiulderallou. , "' Mueckels hank n.ke. I for ana
between mine and thine. Me has Japanese nt Walpnl... and Alen are obalnedn deposit of 180.000. Ulsh-
worked for several llrms In town, being paid off and are leavliu! l-lanta-l l' ' ;'" him asked for n depos t of
and on each occasion has been lei Hon houses without protest. Quite ,i .- "".... "'
.., wimi, ti... or,.,, fnim.i iim ,,,..,ii- Piiiiilicr uro couilii: lo town hut no ( "' api'iicaiinii
drawer shy small amounts. lie mass meetings will be held.
worked for the Advertlfccr until the
fiitinirn i. ........ ,,. .ii.nm.nni. -rim. Tw.i .1 fi iiinesi i ..f Wnliinie tilaiila.
ho srnt n I..1. ufllh Willi. VIMinl. A tloil VOHtcnl.l Qlit.Pl! MUimKi'P MPVIT n " "IHMallOHB.
Co., but wna let ro fop llio. Kiunn Tor a vacation
ofiu.m f .1.. I. A n,.AA..n.i . .....I. nrninntlv rffiiKk.l It Tint miIi tl
tlon" with I'eteiH' MeiwnRer Srrv- l--lded to hiiIPMiIk lu.irnl.iff iin.filljr "'' tnwif hnvlng been paid by then.
Ice, but when the cIiuhrc drawer be- so. It Is anticipated that they will re-1 (Continued on Page 2)
Ran to show a deficit, Sammy iiRaln turn to ork on Monday. If they (
found himself out o fn Job. fchoiihl not do w the plantation would
Lust Monday Sammy was brought ' "- seilously cilppled ns It Ins an
hoforo .IuiIrc Whitney. The JuiIrc "niplo supply of either labor and Is not
gnve him until Wednesday to Ret u Kiiiernlly ilupvnilvni on tlie .lapaneso
Job nnd ro to work, ordering him to '
return on that day and tell what President B. I). Tenney of the
success he had met with. Sammy Walalua . Agricultural Company.
fnpirnl In .-rimi. Imrk Mnnnllmi. Limited. KllVe Ollt tllH Blatelliellt tills
however, his mother had pursunded
I'eters to take him on nRiiln, Pet
ers did so, unit even paid $10 down
on n bicycle so the hoy could ro to
woik, He was sent out on an er
rand, but forRot to return, and nlso
forgot to return the wheel. Later
Peters found he had sold the wheel
nnd spent the money. Part of It
went for rides around Diamond
Head In n hack. When It catno time
to pay for the huck, Sammy had for
gotten bis purse, bo tho hacktnnn
Hut now Sammy Is In, nnd If he
doesn't forget It, ha may reform,
uricrnun-rnw ir.. 01 .. ht..i n. ....... ........ ..,.., . .... .....i.u
.lug, however, though It Is possible -.w, ' ." p "" '- ii.iucr-
thai the full tioo.ouu may be made construction two ballleihini of tne Dreadnoui-ht type and seven tor- .
liwtiv ucBiiujrcia uuniiK iitu iistm yuui
Uriu Illegally Landed'
In order to make tho struct lire safe. A
careful examination has shown tho
bildgu to ho In bad condition generally.
Ing to decay
Oerfo belluvoB that It will bo neces
sary to construct n corfoidam, In ord
er to pump out all of tho water, and
Tho first thorough examination of then put in a concrete foundation he-
IK 'h I M
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'Made in New York'
That means the
styles are a full sea
son in advance of
clothing made else
where. Benjamin Clothes
cost no more than
less fashionable gar
meuts. Sold Only by
The KASH CO., LTD.
Comer Fort and Hotel,
(Continued on Face 2)
i i itXW
It. I). Mead of the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Labor lliireau said this fore
noon, "The llr.U pally of Porto lllcalis
has left Porto Rico for Hawaii. It con
sists of about sixty people. They hue
Do not fall to attend the last exhlbl- J hvm recruited upon the LshIs of and
Hon of tho motion picture. "Taft's ln-lwl" ''" l,ul, ,0'" ,lollnlH. ,l"'r M"""1'
uncMrnllnn" nt tin. Park Thenli.r .,,. 01 iweiii)--H wiirfciim uuys,
night. In addition to this picture will!
James Cnstlo, who r urne.l to Ho
uoliilu ou tho l.urllnf. was seen nt hln
otllcu this moinliig i.y a 11 nl let In
representatlvu. In nnuwer to a ques
lloii with reference to the Santa Ke
tie contract, Mr. Castle said there was
untiling new to icporl and that nil the
anaiiKements that were made before
he lift for the coist held good. IT.)
would make no futlher statement and
remarked that Ills trip to the main-
make It durable. Thu cost of the work
Is estimated at 11000.
Mayor Kern, and tho road commit
tee, of the Hoard of Supervisors paid
a visit to the bridge yesterday after
noon. Engineer Gere explained mat.
tcrs thoroughly, and a careful Investl-'
gallon was made. It Is probable that!
will be authorized lit the next meet
ing of the Hoard. j
Have an oflice which
is cool, comfortable
and well appointed?
It costs you no more
to rent such an office
in the BOSTON
BUILDING than in a
Consult the Real
S.S. ALAMEDA, May 26
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 13.
STRIKE WHILE THE
IRON IS HOT
And send your business of deliver
ing messages and parcels to us. We
guarantee satisfaction in all cases.
This puts an end to the wild story land did not In imj way alter the e
bo shown "Ingomar." one of the bci "'"" l0M" ",c" l'"""1"10" u" ""ving .isung statu ot anairs,
pictures over seen here. . i t.een receded mini tne Ai-sociiueu
.... . , , ,, . . i been manufactured by the secret
neah the pier This would make tho' , , ,,, T ,, A(.lta.h
bridge thoroughly safe, and would also Qauin ,ltBrirol lt t,mt !0 ., I10llh
and free house, freo medical attend
nncu and free wood Hist all labor In
Hawaii plantation received Is as good
or better than $33 a month In I'oiln
charged with h?.rinar .landed jAdmir al Uriu illeRnlly.' nj the Adnliral left
the ship on one of the naval tujs rovided 1)7 the naval ()'flccrs""'vitli- f i
out the consent of the Customs authentic bcintr first obtained. J
Nicaragua's Big Loan ,
WASHINGTON, May 22. Rcuorts revived here ate to the effect.'
that Nicaragua has negotiated a la tee loan in Europe. h
TDMSK. West Siberia, Mny 22
.A, was assassinated here today.
-Father Ignatius, n monarchist
May Be Disbarred
It Is probable that prncredlngs will a U-w .lus .ik- .til ''.' mornltin.
be commenced before tho Supreme Sliaus m emphneil le. M ,. Midlk
Court to hae Leon Strauss, tho Kilci i King ns hei atoriiei n. g t ,i dhnrie
ko lawyer, disbarred, The mailer Is for her limn In r till hind. King
now In Ihe hands of the Attorney (ten- Thomas. Straus was puld in.., p.irtl
rnl. who Is looking Into llio matter, as bis fee and paii! in. Hie costs t
Ho has not yet decided what he will do court. Clem tiiliiu wn also engaged,-
biit will hold a conference on Tuesday tho feo to be divided between hu nnJ
with Clem Qnltin to Inquire Into thu Straus. s
farts of Strauss' connection with the Hut Mr.ius failed lo pav the casts-Ill
Thomas divorce case. tn court failed to i;e Qiilnn nnytliltig.
According to the story told In court Continued on Page 21'
THE PALM CAFE
HOTEL. NEAR UNION,
must b nelthar too tight
nor loo looie, but juit right
Bscaui It fits juit right t
vry point, the CROSSETT
Shoo putt every ounce of bodily
energy t your tervice through
your feet whtn ou no? It.
Like the electric motor,
CroMctt Shoet do not
ute power when they
re not working.
I I i
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH ORADK, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OJ IRON BEDS
JUST RECEIVED. . .....
J. Hopp & Co.,
IBS KINO ST,
COMPANY m LIMITED
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.,
, I- ,
1051 Fort St.