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i:vi:nino iiui.i.ktin. Honolulu, t. ii., satuiumv. may 22, inon.
E V E NUN G- B UI-LETIN
All. iiu UttKLY Published b BULLETIN PUBLISHINO CO Lli
VM King Strftt Hiunlulu. Terntorj of Unwni
m ..r .iv i-rot Sundk) Weekly ined uu luetdiij of e
MEMHEH OF .HE AtSO(!IATF.D PRESI
V iilticu l-Jt. PitrrMnjjtun.' - - l2d!tor
UMSCUIPTllHv HA1ES I'AVABLE U) ADVAJJCX
'VU-SI-SII I1UI.I.UIIV I V(!l!Kl.V IIUI.LUTI.N
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tV ni, fttiit1 tnrriti, I2.h l! 1'erV.eai ttltMlil, foreign 3.im
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.liHfiHlArWN LAKOiST 01 M
"iu llir leirili-iy
t liclitorial k'uoms,
) buslncs Office;,.
I Uo pat vtttr rr.Tl into your deed,
, Nor apiiik with double tongue.
1 COMMON DECENCY MUST
The i-filke iliunllnn . -intuit
change until t ti I n I ! Hii clomoiil
fif thU com m uu ll. icrhiiIIos of race
rr nnilnimllM, ci.mu In realign that
wages innnuf lie ' discussed with
TIlURK. AkIIuKma Shysters anil men
Who mi far forgo Ihn Intel es nf
their eniiilti.ver ns In i cf use In work
pending consld"iu I kin (if demands
Til i'i- ran lie nothing ilii until
the TIiur In clinilu.it.-d i.nd what In
due tltineil Wi-rl nell Is llrlllt Wltll
on IU inn It
Theic 1 1 i
Interest . i
lint iinlu a
i that pluiitntlim
ii considering a
Ir Impossible fur
them to ii'.'iond to the ouiriiKcoim
ntturlis nf the Adllntiim. They niiml
unite Tor the iimtertlnn or common , the taMiapem and of tho County
deconcy. r-rurrally ileuiand the cuiploytncnt
Th AultntorM have mlHHtnled Hie , f n County KiiRlneer. Denpltc thin.
Hltualloii anil iiinllDiii- In (In u i.u. ilrc Kt ineinher of tho Hoard
They ore utiUInu to tualie much nf,r SuperxIsorH who conMdor It their
tbo its n ninotb ery. anil ntnoim i dm, ial.e an Independent poktal
thoxe not Infornieu they of toiino
nial.e voitio headway.
The fnctii nro that the laborcrH nf
nil rlaiwim on Oabu plnutiilloii dur
ing tho ear lims were paid tut
nverafjp of $21 75 per month In ad
dition to free lodging, free fuel and
firn medical uttendance One of the
detnandi made under the direction
of the nRllatorH rat In fur nil Increase
that would iinimml In ;:il.l.'l per
iiumili of tucntt-Klx (lii, or nearly
$1.3li per iln as the nveniRe wage
of nil clamcH of Inhor.
lloneMy mid l'.ilr DealliiR must
not he Kturill'itil in l)lnlnirienly and
PEOPLE AND PLACES OF HAWAII.
The Aiiriuiertii llee. In lie cr
favorable nniiiiiot on thu Hpeclal i
Inilimll'lal edition of the II u I I e t 1 n
for I'.'dll icin.irl.H that although one
r-hould not exped uiiiel
1... .It... ll, ..I ,, I,. ,. I...
dustrlul edition, theio Is a feel
Inn nf icgiet Unit the scenic be.iuly
cf the Islundi i net more geiiernllj
This (ninuieiit couich In (julle np
roitos, us the It u I I e 1 1 n has al
ien dy shaped plans fur uu edltiuii
that will deal with this pbneo of our
Island ultiactloiis. To Include all
of Iniliistr), thu people and the plc
turexquo In one edition would make
u piihllcatluu so bulky mid mi-wt-lldy
as In b unattractive.
'! he II u 1 1 1-1 I n has now under
way mi edition that It will entitle
Tioplc 'and I'lai-ea of Hawaii."
This i-dltlou Isuir-d at,
i part of the!
ii'giiju dally will have a special II
lustrnted suction in which the pic
tui-estiuo heaullos of Hawaii will le
prcsented mi mi olnbora,to siale.
The text nf tho Illustrated hec
lion will have much of a descrip
tive nature, and in connection with
the people of Hawaii wilt bring out
not to much of the men who have
been in the limelight of public af
fairs as those who constitute tho
auk and llln of the army of lla
vvall'u piogress To do this means
Ill-it. the Japanese mid the Chinese
will he given a position of promi
nence, uu on eiii.illly with the t-o-tailed
It Ii most i-emaikalilo bow Ignor
ant the average cltUeti (if them Is
lands Is of the Japanese IuisIiichs
men uiiil the i'IiIucm. Iiusluehs men,
who, porliHiiN, coining to the Islands
,ns laborers, have luiill up sluing
(iiislucss establishment!, ami ,ne lu-
' deed Important factors la the growth
or Honolulu mid the Tcrillory of
Hawaii. All through this Torii
lory nro- .Mich liiulnrw mid pinrcj
plomil men not widely known, but
liovorllieleis teal and permanent
fifclnra In tbo progress of the Teril
tbry. Tbo H It 1 I o t I n Intends to bring
-Mieso people to tho front, tell what
!, Ihey arp doing, nnd something of the
I ctUnujiinitlrSilii wlilcli they live
L'. JfpitmtHtloir...ljro Is not tbo only
HhliiK theroTIgJliiyiawuii. uiougn it
Ifci' iiaJWMHSUUlXUii-'i ,5yvr'"u ""
tmriM t ih P.oifnr At ltotrotulu
Aa M-nMt ihi mitlrT.
MAY 22, 1909
ili pctnl Tin- pcn-unal equation i
1 1 .i I. :i tut in he lii-lti r informed on
tills subject Will ll('ll till) ICOllc Ol
Uu wtill. besides being vulunblo to
on r d lends nf the niatnlutiil. Our
people should Know who their
nelghlm iiK, what they me doing
to liiilM up Hawaii and of the towns
ir hamlets 111 will; h they live.
Till wink will necessarily lie
nunc inoiit lis In preparation, hut It
will he IhoioiiRhly nml nccurutcly
limn', fully meeting the high stand
mil k-i h tlic niiliistilal editions
piitilWhi il bv iIiIm paper.
HAWAII COUNTY ENGINEER.
Siniii't IiIiik iiitiKl icrtaluly ho
I wiiitiK with tlm iMiwerw nf pereep-
tlnn with which the SupcrvlKora of
the County of Hawaii aro endowed.
I'ulillc uicetliir; fler public meet
Iiik ban heeu called In vat Inua parts
of the County of Hawaii, mid all
there tiircMnpi hae declared in tin
.... I. ...... I InH.xn , 1i..t I li l..AHna(n nf
I I'lJIH tlll.ll ft I IIIU 111,11 tllU llltUlt.IttD ,
caul Note by which they niny he
guided. They refuse to nntiwer the
popular demand. They quibble and
This Is not Nonsense on horse
back. It It worse.
The Hill let In can understand
that the Ul Irons nf Hawaii may feel
like throwing up their hands In dis
gust. This piper, however, urges them
to keep everlastingly at It, and nev
er give In until they win, either by
a HupcrvUors' ote for the employ
ment of Hie engineer or the defeat
of every Supervisor who otes
against the proposition.
Construction of loads In the hup
liazanl way that Ins been going on
In Hawaii County U Destruction
'Hint's nil there is to It. Tho
for ci of llpsti'iii'tbiii. even In road
i biillillni,. me h.und t meet defeat.
The II u I 1 e I I n luipcs n niajoil-
.. ..r ,1... II. .....II u..... luiru ...III
"' " "" .Till" i i"t .n
If Ciey don't, It Is up
in Hie Miti-is to make them i-ee stars
when the man wllh tbo ballot has n
chiilii-e to luaku himself felt liluro
pnlnteill) III. I il by talk, adnioiiltion,
petition and suggestion.
MHMtttHU t t
SPECIAL EDITION ECHOES.
GOOD SHOWING. TOR HAWAII.
The Honolulu II u 1 I e 1 1 n has is
biied a special "Induslilal edition,"
which makes u good showing for tho
aWlnn Islands. It also appears
that Hawaii is n large customer of
the I'nlled Mates, for last jear her
J lmptiitH fioni tho mainland nmotint-
ed to over MMOU.OOO. These Im
ports vveie mainly manufactures,
hut fruits and nuts made up mi Item
of Si so, noil. Cattle, horses and
hreailstiilTs contributed S2,0p0,00l
to tbo total, with meat mid dairy
products tlguting to the extent of
Cullfornln gets no Email share of
t ...I..... iliiltiJ Ittjlitclt'lol nnn
'",.."... .. .'':...'"""". '"',
piclu.csn.no nature, but yet eifnei I- Waiklkt Beach $40
ences rcgiet that Ibis lino edition prospect .trcct 40
elves hut llltlo attention lo thol.X?un& Vtree' $
scenic chitrnis of (he Islands.
(Ilcdlandrt (Oil.) Dally Facts.)
The Facts Is In receipt of tho In
dustrial I-Mlllun of tbo i: ven lug
Hill let I u published ut Honolulu.
It Is n splendid number, setting foith
nut only the gieat loininerclal ad
vantages of tho Islands and tho me
tropolis Ihcieof, bttt'thero Is Insep
arable therefrom many delights 'of
nenory mid climate, which nro also
picluieil and sctforth most nllurljiR
Iv In half fine cuts and with well
wiltteii desi-ilptlou The number
hi mi liivnliiablo one In uujono.who
has thought of sctlliui; in tuo is
lands und should bo elToetlvo in pro
I "jonuK in" pi
moting' the presperlty of thnt sec-
nntlon In largo measure.
A SMALL FARM
Tropcrty is five minutes' walk
from Wnialae car line; stream of
water runs through place; pood
road; modern 5-room house; place
lias fRruit trees, chicken houses,
chickenu runs, etc. Price If you
really want such a place we can
make the price right.
OLD KAMEHAMEHA .
Agree To Work For Best
"Inula I Inn ke wal awawa." (l"or
w ird. bielhien, till we drink thu bit
Thu thrilling words of Kaniehnmcha
tho Orent to bis followers on tho ovo
of bnttlu and siihseiiucnt victory were
echoed last night by thu Knmchnnieha
RtudeiilH when they men In tho club
house of tho Knniehamchii Alumni Ax
MH-lntlon on Kurt Mrect. And tho Idea
was i-xpressed In other ways that thu
nicmbeiK of the association must keep
pressing forward for thu InlciestH of
the school ami thu association,
John Wise presided at tho meeting,
which was an enthusiastic one. Every
member present gao his vlows nnd
offered suggestions, which were pen
orally illrciisKi'd, A'l tho ex Indents,
yrniiig and old were thcr" and it gen
eral good feeling iclled after va
rious mailers hud been straightened cd to come.
out to tho biitlsfnctlou of all. ' '
Ik-foro the adjournment was tnken. UnleK Model No. IS, llurman ilrlv
the chair appointed 8. W. Spencer,' '"? wlllR ' ltH "luai, climbing Kt.
Tied Heck uy. D. l'uhv. II. .1. Auld mm
Thou. Treadway n committeo to pin
naro and hiihmlt at tin- next iin-oilii"
matters which will bo of general Inter
est to the Kamehamehns.
Tho Kamchameba School for Olrl
Kaimuki Lot of 120,000 sq. ft.,
cleared, fenced and fronting on
three streets. A genuine bargain
Kalawai One acre with 100 ft
frontage on beach
palms, hau trees and fruit trees,
Manoa Valley Improved and unim
proved property. Terms to suit
I Wilder avenue $35.00
Magazine street 27.00
Pcnsacola street 35.00
Kinau street 50
Fort and Merchant Streets,
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
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., Lid.
Bethel Street, between King
and Merchant Streets,
will give an annual liiau tonight In tbo
dining I (Mini of tho school. The iiioni
hers of the Aliiuinno Association, and
fi lends of the school, have been Imlt
licoige mil 111 lorty mid
Itlll Hi forty and nne-llftli
bcconds, defeating Overland, MIUIi-
ill, nnd two Oaklnnds. We ninde
better time than Humbler, National,
Moon, four l'almcr-Slngcrs, Colum
bia, two Stearns, Chalmers-Detroit,
Knox. Acme, Hcnniilt mid ltoynl
Tourist cars (which range In price
from f2,ti.ili to $5,0011). mid tleliig
l iTi-'JO Stearns. Weather excellent.
I Thousands In uttendance. llulcl;
CTriZKNH DITCH TIIAIN ToIii-
ca. lex., Mas 10. A train on the
Toluiu mid San Juan railroad wan
ditched yctlcrday near the llttlo
town of X.aiiacantclicc by angry citi
zens of that place, and it Is openly
declared that tho railroad tracks
will be torn up If tho company docs
not build around the town.
FAMINE FOLLOWS TOUUST
LAMHS' CLUll OAMIIOL New
York, May 10. If all tho actors and
actresses who uro to appear In tho
annual spilng gambol of thu Lambs'
i ntiili In ilm Kf nl t f itull I I II II filirlffl linilUA
tlU" 1(1 UIU i lllliiitllll i(),'v.s aiutaviu
on May 21 vvcro drnvvlng their reg
ular salaries. It Is computed that the
paroll would amount to SP.00,000 n
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A Special Sale of
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Are of the best and ever new:
Our Fact'ry daily sends sup
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if it doss not keen good
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