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Evening Bulletin
From San Francisco:
Korea May 27
For San Frnnciscc:
Alameda May 2(i
From Vancouver:
Mnromu May 28
For Vancouver:
Aornngl . lung 23
All of the people who are now in
the market for real estate are care
ful readers of the Bulletin For
1-
St.
:
VOL. XI. NO. 4320.
THUGS
KINO
FOOD SUPPLY FOR STRIKERS
IN CITY BEGINS TO RON SHORT
Complain Of Rice Ration
Furnished By The
Agitators
STRIKE BREAKERS MAKING
GOOD ON PLANTATIONS
Ewa Taking 500 Tomorrow Agit.v
tors Go to Waialua to Uigu
Strikers On Aiac Mill
Soon to Run.
Tin- shortage or food pi lilcil fur
thn strlkcis Iiy tin1 High Wage Agl
(atnrH, ami (hn serious Injury or u
Japanese workman Iiy tlio Thugs
wIki mo helping tliu Agitators, fur
nished llio lending fealines of Hi"
Japanese strike situation today.
Waimanalo Bests.
Tlin Japanese Inbnreis lit Wnliiiu
nalii stutiM HiIk morning Dial they
wuuld tuho .i rest today ami return
to work liiiiinrmw. Thin was done,
and there Is llltli' ml going dm al
that plaiitatlmi tod.i.
Strike Breaking.
The KtrlKo-lm-iikliiR program is
going forward In splendid Khape.
O.ilui plantation work In tliu Held
anil, the mill Is being (unlet! an us
iiHiial.
It In antlrlpaled that tho Honolu
lu plnntiitlou mill will hn running
very booh," the overhauling having
liccu thoroughly done, and ovcry
thliiK IpcIiir nearly In readiness to go
on with thn Rcneial turnliiR out ot
the plantation ciop.
Three hiindti'd men went down to
i;!i plantation this niorultiR on alt
early train. Tho tars wero run to
thn Held In which tlio men wero to
ho eniploed. Tho e.ino knives wero
laid out ready for nttlon, ami live
minutes after the parly arrived tha
men were all at work tutting cane.
Now that time has elapsed for ro
orgaul7atlon, the stilko-brcnklng
npcintlons In town mid on thn
plantations mo running along very
Hmoothly. Thcio mo still morn men
offering for work than tlinio Is work
lor, hut the bonnes of friction and
uupleubantucsH have been cllmlnul
id. Times.
The work of the Thugs has taken
the tenter of Interest. It la tle.ir
that u part of thn Agitator lam
palgn Is to "do up" or have donu
up any Japanese who minds his own
business and goes to wulc, Tho
Agltntois, of cotiise, say that they
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ACTIVE AND STRIKE FOOD SHORT
EDWARD'S HORSE WON DERBV
aro iidtnniilshliig thn men against
nitH of loleme, and at tlio Rami)
lime they aro feeding tho strikers
on Incendiary teachings that can
have no other result than personal
violence.
Strikers Getting Anxious.
Tho .liip.iucFo laboiors, who havo
quit work on tlftj plantations nt tho
instant o of tho lllghcr-W'uge Agi
tators arc anxiously waiting the out
fonin of the strike. They want to
know when tho wages will ho rais
ed lu cuso they icturned to work for
tho plantations. They admit that
the best way for them was to hold
their pe.ieo and let their leaders, ho
they Japaneso itri chants' Associa
tion or lllgh-Wngo Association, look
after their Interests.
Onn of tho prominent Japanese
merchants stated today that ho and
others wero working bard to bring
about rcsiiltH that will bo of general
good to nil the Japanese) and tho
illlzens of this tountry ns a whole.
Food Supply Short.
Tlio fuel that tho supply for tlio
maintenance of tho Jnpanoho strlk
eis Ik getlliiR slim was evidenced
this morning when a number of
the strlke.rs stated that they wero
not sat lulled with tho sham they re
(olvcd for bieakfast. They said tho
I Ice was not given out In sulllclcnt
iliiautlty to till tbclr stomachs. They
claimed that they wero not given
enough lo eat. Tho rl"o man raid
that ho lould not satisfy over) body,
ns tho supply was not enough to feed
all thn strikers.
According to tlio lommlsary man,
about 1." or IS bags of rlco were
cooked dally for tho Japaneso strik
ers. This number, 11 Is said, Is not
enough to supply everybody. Un
less tho ration of tho rleo Is Increas
ed, there is likely to bo a strike at
tho lestauiant ground pit Aula Lane.
Agitators at Waialua.
Tho agitators, Including Messrs.
Maklno, Negoro, IMltor Koga, and
others, went to Waialua last night
at tho request of tho Japanese there.
They, as usual, mado speeches and
held n coiifcrciuo with tho leaders
of thn Japaneso laboreis. Tho agl
tatois ictuined this morning, arriv
ing nt Honolulu at about C:3U
o'clock.
.Maklno staled this morning that
the Japaneso sugar tann contractors
will bo advised to remain at their
work, rather than loso their crop on
which they havo been laboring for
some time. Ho thought It was wrong
for them lo strike, when they knew
that something was coming to them.
Tho agitators wero asked by tho
Japaneso at Wulmannlo to como
(Continued on Pace 4)
BENJAMIN
CLOTHES
'Made in New York'
That means the
styles are ajjfull sea
son in advance of
clothing made else
where. Benjamin Clothes
cost no more than
less fashionable gar
ments. Sold only by
The KASH CO., LTD.
Corner Fort and Hotel,
PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY
PEACE IS NOT YET
ON MAWS SHORE
C. And C. Cot Line And
Luau But Both Not
The Same
Who Is entitled to the ciedlt for se
curing tho Kulii plpo lino uppropilu
Hon in the last Legislature, Is a ouch
Hon that has upset tho usual peace and
inilct of tho residents of tho blissful
Island of Maul. A luau was given tho
other day in honor of tho achievement
of Itenresentntlvo Carlty, and thcio
aiu those who Insist that Carlo's lion
ors aro quite ttndcsoncd.
Maul wanted that pipe line and
I wanted It badly. Many moons ago, II
V. Ilahlvilii and his sons endorsed a
petition asking for tho construction of
that lino. Tho (loernor became In
tcrestcd and tho agitation was started
, in earnest.
Then W I'. I'ope. Supervisor from
tho Kula district, got thn Maul lloird
of Supervisors to uppioprlato S10UU to
make a survey of the proposed p1kj
lino route. Thus, nil was ready for thn
leglslaturo when they descended upon
Honolulu tor tho biennial npproprla
Hon test.
Now, according in one kIiIo of tho
question, everything was rut ami dried
before tho Maul delegation sailed from
tliu shores of Kb mother isle. All that
(Continued, on Pace 2)
SPEEDS ALAMEDA
Dock Is Crowded When
Oceanic Liner
Sails
Tho largest crowd that over nsscni'
gleil on tho Oceanic wharf was pres
ent this morning when tho popular tin
or Alameda, Captain Dowdell, took her
doparturo for San Kruiiclbco. The
largo attendancu was duo to tho sail'
lug of tli j Hawaiian young ladles fur
tliu Scattlo Uxisisltlon.
Among tho jomig ladles who left In
tho Alameda besides Mrs. Cooper, vveio
Miss Ireno Uovd, daughter of Col. and
Mrs. J. II. Uovd; Miss Paulino Evans,
.moo ,. nun, mino ,'i. mutjwil mill I
Mrs. Chus. Helmsuu, daughter of I
Xllu.. ttr ft.. I, ft, I.... m it I
George Desha, postmaster at llllo.
Among tho piomliicut local people
who went away today was Win. M. Olf
furd, second lcu proshlcxt of Wm. U.
Irwin & Co., who is on u vacation trip
to tliu States, and possibly to Europe.
Cecil III own ami C. A. Drown wero
among tho kamaaliius who left for n
short business or pleasuio trips
abroad. J. H. Ilertscho, luanager of
tho Young hotel, went away for a
vacation. Tho flags of tliu Young wero
(Continued on Page 2)
INVESTMENTS
TRUSTS AND
GUARDIANSHIP.
Tho detailed state
ments which we cheer
fully give to our cli
ents regarding their
respective estates, are
just as clear and ex
act as a perfect or
ganization can make
them.
Increased business always follows increased Bulletin advertising
OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, MAY
WASHINGTON. May 20. The
debate on the sugar schedule was
continued in the Senate today. Sen
ator McEnery of Louisiana contin
ued his argument for the continu
ance of. the tariff as provided by the
House. Senator Bristow of Nebras
ka proposed to strike out provision
No. 10 of the bill to reduce the duty
on refined sugar.
EPSOM DOWNS, May 20. The
Epsom Derby was won today by
King Edward's Minora. louiviers
was second and William IV third.
The American hone, Sir Martin,
which was heavily backed as the
favorite of the great race, fell and
was out of-it
DIRECTOR NORTH RESIGNS.
WASHINGTON, May 26. Direc
tor of the Census North has resign
ed. He will be succeeded by E.
Dana Durand of Michigan. Mr. Du
rand has been connected with the
Bureau of Corporations since 1003.
L0RIMER IS SENATOR.
SPRINGFIELD. 111., May 26.
Congressman William Lorimer of
Chicago, was today elected United
States Senator to succeed Senatoi
Hopkins. The fight against Hop
kins has been one of the fiercest in
the political history of Illinois,
MIDDLE WEST QUAKES.
CHICAGO. May 26. Reports re
ceived from the Middle States record
a series of earthquakes throughout
Illinois. Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan
and Missouri. No serious damage
was done.
SUGAR.
SAN FANCISC0. May 25 Sugar
Beets, 88 analysis, 10s 8 l-4d.
Parity, 4.25 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s 7 l-2d.
S. S. LURLINE, May 29
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
! 72 S. KING, PHONE 15.
STRIKE WHILE THE
IRON IS HOT
And send your business of deliver
ing messages and parcels to us. We
guarantee satisfaction in all cases,
TERRITORIAL MESSENOER
SERVICE.
Phone 301.
FigiitingFor
Sugar Rate
King Won
The Derby
26, 1009. 8 PAGES.
THUGS AT WORK
BEATING MEN UP
Agitators' First Fruits
In Deeds of Violence
AtEwa
Sheriff .Inrrctt. T. II. l'olrle, W. A.
Kinney and Stenographer Kearns left
in an automobile for llonoulliill at noon
today. They are going down to In
vestigate tho matter of tho beating up
of Tsuchlya Cllchl by thugs and Im
portant developments nto expected.
Tliu man was reiKirtcd dead this
morning I tit this proved unfounded.
He Is being eared for at a private hos
pital at Walpahu.
It appears that (lllclil went to work
as usual on Sunday Inst, although tho
other men lu his quarters did not. Ho
as working at a pump when a frlcntl
asked him to como back to tho house,
which ho did. While ha wns talking
with his friend three other men ar
rived and requested him lo go down
stairs. (Illchl refused to do so and re
marked that If they wanted to speak
to him they could come up tlio salrs.
Tho men at onco went up tho stairs
and attacked Ollchl, who picked up a
lamp and threw It at oiiu of tho men,
striking him lu tho race. Hu also de
fended himself with u chair and man
aged to strike one of the men on tho
head with It. Ollchl escaped from his
nsRIllllintll ntlft took rr-;nin In n f-nnn
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JONG KONG CHARGED
WITH EMBEZZLING
Alleged That He Failed
To Turn In Money
Collected
Jong Kong, an employe of C. i.
Yeo Hup & Co., was arrested on u
charge of embezzlement and was
brought up before Judge Andrado
this morning. It appears that tha
accused has been In tho employ of
tho Yea Hop meat market for Homo
time now, and has from time to timo
been entrusted with vegetables und
other goods to sell.
Ho failed to turn up to work as
(Continued on Page 2)
Arrived:
Shirley Poppy
Seeds
HOLLISTERDRUGCO.
Established 1879
OUR place
for finest
Pastry and
Purest Candy
THE PALM CAFE
HOTEL, NEAR UNION.
BAKER CONFESSES
HE IS BIGAMIST
Admits Me Mas Wife And Child In
Chicago And Is INot Dlvorced--Mrsi
Wallace, Deceived Woman,
Will Stand By Her Deceiver Un
til Me Qets Out Of Penitentiary-
Havmond W. linker has confessed.
Ho acknowlcdgod to tlnitid Stntcs Dis
trict Atloirev Hreckous this motnlug
that ho .'eceivel Mrs. V.a M Wnll.iro
and married her notwithstanding tho
fact that at tho time ho had a wlfo
living from whom ho had lift been di
vorced; that ho deceived tlio woman
who In her turn Jilted tho nriti tho
ennio to Honolulu to marry, and that
ho deserted and deceived his real vvifo
and left worsj than fatherless his cwu
child.
And nrituitiitcndlng all this, wlfo
No. 2 will stint to him. She Is willing
to wait until he shall have n rcd tho
sentence In -Jul penitentiary that Incv
Itably awaits him, und will then take
her placo at his sldo ns his vlfr. Her
hopo evidently Is that linker's irtil
wlfo, when sho learns of his latest es
capade, will obtain a d Ivor re from him,
CASTLE & COOKE'S
HEAVY SHIPMENT
Ik U ceil now und tho cud of tho
week. Castle & Cooku will ship 7310
tons of sugur to tho maluland. Of this,
lt;oo tons will go to Crockett refinery
while the other 171t! tons will go to the
Atlantic seuboard, via tho Isthmus of
Tehiiantopcc. This Is considered u
heavy shipment lu bo crowded into a
half week.
The flrtt consignment will bo H10U
tons, which will bo dispatched tomor
row by tho bark Andrew Welch. As
that cargo will 111) thn bark to Its ca
pacity, there will bo no room for kiigar
other than that of Castlo & Cooke.
This consignment Is fur tliu Crockett
refinery.
Tliu American-Hawaiian steamer
Texan, which Is scheduled to sail on
Friday, will curry 17-IG tons of Castle
& Cooke's sugar. This will ull go di
rect to tho Atlantic seaboard, via tho
Isthmus of Tchuatitopcc.
Tho Matsou steamer I.urllne, sailing
on Saturday afternoon, will tarry 4000
tons ot Castlo & Cooku's sugar for
Crockett refinery.
CR0SSETT SHOE
vyisx-
rGaji Si 1 m transmit
ALL THE
POWER, j
the fric
tion driva
of m motor
ra'nst ba naltliar too tight
nor too loote, but juit right
Bacama it fit Jut right at
ory poinf, tha CROSSETT
Shoa puta every ounce of bodily
energy at your errlco through
your feet when you nttd it,
Like tha electric motor, S
Crouett Shoea do not J
uie power when they
axe not working.
Sale and For Kent ads. not occa
sional readers, but persistent ones.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
leaving the field oih'ii (o thn woman ho
married under fnlso pretenses Hut
If Wlfo No. 1 shall fal. to do this,
'linker sajs lie i.m obtain a divorce)
himself and will then remarry Mrs.
Wallace All of which la lliusi ratlvo
of the coot nerve of the man.
"If ou newspaper fellows havo any
thing to sa. say It abnnt mi'," ho said
this morning, "but please let my wlfo
alone " And his nervo was so astound
ing that even tho ri'iiortcr did uot usk
hltn which wife h meant
linker did not look qulto so Jaunty
this morning after a couple of days in
Jail. Ho had a heavy growth of board
on his faio and his tiousvrs wero
somewhat out of cruuse. Hut on
thn whole ho wus tho same debonair
until who descended upon Honolulu
u month ago, and ho asked his attar-
(Continued on Page 2)
Tho total sugar cargo of the I.urllno
will amount to TOuo tons Of this, tho
reinnliing r.0nu Ions Is shipped by Alex
ander & Ilaldwin Twuitj -seven hun
dred tons of the Alexander & Ilaldwin
shipment came up fiom Knhulul. Tho
entire sugar cargo of 700O ions Is con
signed to tho Crockett rellnery.
Tho propeller blade, which will re
place thn out) broken on the last trip
of tliu l.urllnu here from tho Coast,
will arrive on the Koieu tomorrow
morning mid will ho fitted to tho Mat
son liner at once. The ship Is being
made ready today to rerelvo tliu new
blade, and no time will be lost lu mak
ing tho necessary fittings. It is prom
ised that tho Lurlltiu will sail prompt
ly ut r, o'clock, the hour announced for
departure. ,
Tho Andiew W'elch will carry n num
ber of passengers when she halls tomor
row. Captain Kelly Is ouu of (ha most
popular skippers on tho l'arltlc;and
Castlo & Cooke, ngents for tho "wind
jammer." have received numerous ro-1
quests for accommodations on tho com
Imodlous hark
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