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DAILY nml wr.EKI.Y Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kinp; Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Diily every ilav except Sondny, Weokly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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VViIjicu 11. Rtirrlntiton. - - l2clltor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLi: IN ADVANCE.
Do Mot Delay A Day
Own a Chicken
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Temto'y of Hawaii.
I EiiitorUil kooms, - 185
1 L3u-?ine Office, - 256
fcn'rud at the lrilfi(p t Ilnitotutu
MAY 23, 1909
It is just 8i eav to form a Rood i. .n-iinlm !" fioni tliolr win It.
habit as it is a bed one. And tt is "Mi nii.mu hIu.uI.i t-up in ami
just as hard to break a good habit as i hh H'" f" ' ""' iie-.cnt com-ne,
a bad one. So Ret the Rood ones imh nini.e. iiuiomibie any coindd-
nd keep them. William McKinlcy. union of tin- mine uucatloii.
Ilun In Hi.
I luiK" Hun out the
I'm In llli I)
is IIkIiUiik for Heir-
Ihucrme iIm cause Ik loimclciltlousi
lloliulillii ioiiiIiiuch to Rrw
Then- lx mi IoiIiik ll. whiUevei
111 AkII'IIoih Mill 'I hug uf one mi
lion r our i oiiiintiniu niiiy tlo
Tluee moil have been offered tlic
lulvllcee of leiiiescntltiR out coun
ti ut I'ekln KUIrt theic aie three
iiiii who recognize
their Mlioiti'oinlnRK, or the l'eliln post
offeiK n Rient uiuount of most seil
oiih diplomatic work. Those after
luinorH inl, iihy.
luihul.u Kiaails ut when II comi'i
to u iii'tlou of whcllici nrn iiii"i
Tilt PLANTERS' REPLY.
Aulutom nutl ThuKK linu their an
i- i.Ianlullo'i I'liut a ir Hum the I'lulHer' Ahsoeliitlon-
hho.iltl l, act
Now il While limine Ihib
ni mi ru)iM ,.i ih.iim nuluiul for
a tiietubei i i . Semite to din into
lli Ananias K.uilt' in oiilei to keen
lll I lie cXl lleuient
Anllalors ami ThtiK will find that
nil lluwall liiu k.t up the it'Hponse oi
the 1'lanteiH' Atwoilutlon. When
(iiminoii ileiene in liuliiBtrtnl lire In about iheiu ami iwille the oslllun in
Mttaekeil lhi heme cannot he mot Iihi which liny liaui been placed liy the
no I'o'ii'inslull u gtilkluq clunlnjcu.
Tl.li. Ih short, to the point, eall
unilei flood ami has the rlKht ling. In
common i!ectne iheie could he no
nllur i spoilt r uml for all lime iheie
will he no other pnmpcri 111 lht, coin
miinliN for the Aglintur whose wen
I tons are MiiirepiesenluMnn ami liiliin
liiallou ami wIiiiku uruiiI Is the ThiiK.
1 he BtrlkeiH who have heen lnlsleil
mte mm hint an oppoitunlty to look
Pioperty consists of a modern C
loom bunt-alow, with best modern
dumbing: 2 bedrooms; electric
lights ; city water in house and front
yard ; one and one-half acres of land
with chicken houses, chicken runs,
netting fences, etc.; nllfgator pear
tiees, bananas, papains, mulberries
and other varieties of trees are now
growinc on place. A stream of run
nine water through place, which is
used for irrigation. Price $3,250.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd .
f.t.ne leailirs who me pilimully ;r.ilt-
ThUM are In jail. When full Them? workmen liavliiR left rooiI po
Justice Is ilone. the tliiitoii who sltlons nml the pioxpeet of kooiI In
liibilRnteil the whole campaign of In- ernes from kiowIiik crops ;no out ami
tliniilatlon will he sent to the same Injun-il. They are subject to the char
ilace to keep their .igenls from be- ij or the Jnpaneke merchant who in
ioihIiir lonesome. ,H ,rn laH .,. iullmlil.ikMl by (he
""" i Anli.itors. Il'it tin meichant can
San IVnn. Iscok Brufl prosecution .ta,,,! it... nroMiin. for n Klmrh.r nerlml
is now l.ilnKli.R oui how many times ,., u. n,mK. j Income .kpemls
li ileieiilvc can be IioiikIh anil ohl
on the .IniMiiei'e woikluaii. When that
n.. U .1 ! r ...ii
,"" """ ,' "V '" """'- H ciii olT. he musl ko mil of bUhliiess
lllll-f Itf IIMIUli; IIIP KIOI IOI UIH
lieneflt of the piohhiuIIoii (SiluI
blislneks. I his life of the detective.
as the supp'y house cannot affonl In
,atvmiie hinuIb on cnMIt when the lab-
lorors Iiiim no money to pav ami ha
InK left the plantations, st'jml lo lose
all lliey line Imcstoit In t-rnulni;
more than flee timle Is Rinuteil the
So far as the tin t IT Is concerned. '
nil signs ami facts point to Increased
stability for the Ameilrnu sugar
I inducer, who Is free to expand his
euterpilses so that home production
shall mole iiemly supply the home
This simplifies Hawaii's problems
down to the labor quest Inn. Con
tinued iiRltiitlon will enure losses In
all (piarieis. Hut as common hciiso
eventually picvulls, the people of
the Islands have icason to expect
that by the time the new tariff law-
Is In effect the labor iiRltators who
are now In the foreground will be
leilied lo their proper position and
labor and capital will be shiiiluR In
the gcncial piospcrlt; that nccom
I antes in-opcratlon and mutual con-sidciatlon.
Kred Miller forfelled his ball Ibis
morning In piefeieuce to appearing he
fine Jmlgii Amlraile. Pad is said to
have put up a rcni'irUiib'e cMort t set
a new mark In the local booze compe
tition, and oul railed through the po
lice Intel rerliiR while V M. was still
roIiir stroiiK: the next attempt will be
mnile In private, and no doubt the old
figures will be hi'.ttcli: tl.e ptoscnt
chnmplon Is on the reel
Own account of the abandon
ment of the voyage of the
Snark as told In a letter to Dr.
E. S. Goodhue will appear In
Bring your watch to us
if it does not keep good
time. We aie expert watch
H. F. Wichman & Co.
When the pisipl" min reallte t till t
the conn lies line i li.irge of the
school home ii-pai.s .iml Improve- rr',!''
meiits. Hie sv. !. of Hie Suner- Con-equ. ntlv itn piMir mli-Rulile.l
llsois wtll dniw laiRei amllelROS. Hrlltir Is thrown b-ick oil the ArI-
and the people will see to It that the tntor who leimilwd him Unit tliu whole
public school piemises ore properly Htrlki- wo il. h n-, .- ti-i I v in hv the
i jted for eml of a week.
It v 111 not In- upi li I : IT the Ac
It l Mife tu p.-dlit that the Ke- Ur.tris m I the Thmis me w on ippeil
puhlltliu congiess will not adopt Ihe nK fn, it (..,. cilon to the Hirces or law
Iiiioiiw lux amendment or Senator , ouler which iln-y have mi o.u
liiilley. a Demoeioi If the Income ,.,Kcsl' ass'iu ted in word and deed
lux Hi-h-iiie Is to ko ihrniiRh It will i. .,.,,, .., ,... ,. ....., ...hlblii,.,,
have ii Itepubll.an iason.lt. thoiiRli 0f human natiiie If the stilkers who
have trusted Ihe advice of iho ARllat
org so Impllclily should tin 11 on them
and ilciunu d rediess for the deception
tini bus been practised. And what
can the Aallalor sny?
Bulletin Business Office Phone 253.
lulletin Editonal Room Phone 185
the text may be about the same us
KeportH fiom fhlcngo nro that,
Honolulu's hlRiimlst, Ilaker, Is all he
Is thai Red with being. Uvlduntly
he hud heard of Hunolulii as a place '
to be worked as a goud thing lie
should be Heated In u milliner that
will pieveut those following atlei
fiom ik-cehlng themselves. I
THE SUGAR TARIFF.
The vote or the t'nlted States Sen
ate to suppoit the sugar tariff as
The inoio prolonged the Btilko tho passed bv tho House of aopiebcnta-
tlvse means much to thebu Islands
and all pioduruis of sugiir thiough
out the i.ouiitrv'
Tlieie has been a feeling of con
fident c fio tilt ho Hi ut that the sugar
mine ihorouglm will the Agitator
mid ihe Thug ho ellmiiinted from the
Japanese labor cltelos of tho Ton I
toiy The final lesult will be that
Ihe highest tvpe of manhood and
womanhood will icmalii and becomo tin I tr would bo upheld, but with tho
n pint of the icspected pormanent iniu i.r ntviuinn . until,. ,..i ti.n
population or the Territory.
Trust having been caught lu
outiagcoiis vlolntlom, of the
loity-four posltlo.is should not fall
Honolulu has been n. busy with ,. lt wllB impossible to forecast
the slilke that lt hardly hail time to. lu fullle wth nl)h0utc Btlr,y.
notice that the Oovcruor appointed since tho Senate has iipprood the
to the l.l.iuor Cominisslon Altied schixlulo as passed by tho House.
Castle, who holds no other position j bllKar , ,nK(m ol;t ()f t,lu ut ()t
iinder tli Tcrltorlal govornnient. ,onRies.soniil tindltiB Issues. The
I A mi HiIh slight ilHpaitiite riiuii the uuijoilly by which It passed Is so
ollgaichlal pollcv or 01 tan fur , ,.,,.., .,.,.. ii.m,, ,. ,, I11Mlllin. f.
ifeia of a I oversa I In the Semite, and
Ihls i oino v en it fiom the matleis lo
he' p.isfceil upon In the llnnl confer
Commission govmnment In main- once onnunltteo Hint will adjust the
land cities Is always iirioinpnnlcd by . dlffeiem t between the two Houses,
the right or popular iccall. Tho t l8 entirely safe foi the Amoil
Iieople me ulvvays fiee to retlro of- , 0,luceiH of sugar to base their
llceis who are not meeting popular plana lor Hie future on the leleu
deniniidrf. This routine Ih far remov- tlon of this tin Iff for ten years at
eil from tho desirea and Idonls of the the least. The country Is opposed
Honolulu leactlonailos that liuve , tailrf agitations, and thougli tho
linrped so' long on government by ,1,111 nliany passetl he ever so 1111
(miui;sslon. on tho Washington, satisfactory, It must quiet the tariff
c- I'la"- 1 iiBlmtOrs for 11 considerable period
I The only doml In the sky that
Now Is tho oppoitunlty for lhothe American sugiir man can iminu
Japauo!o mercliniiU of Honolulu to rn turn" Is the aiiiiexiulon of Cuba
ikMUQiistuito their liovvur as coti-t This Is a possibility that depends on
tervntlvo lenders and honest advls-l iutei national events, nnd If aiinexa
ms of the Japanese laborers. The-tlon should be fenced tt Is not a
Agltatots have deceived tho mborerH. foiegono conclusion that Cuba'H till
imil tliuy Htqiul to lo$y ovtrythlnB by en'r, would bo glvon free gentry any
JIM.' .. - J . .'L.J.. .x i-. lit.' Sty.. . .. vjki
Kaimuki Lot of 120,000 sq. ft.,'
cleared, fenced and fronting on
three streets. A genuine bargain
at $2,G0O. I
Kalawai One acre with 100 ft
frontage on beach Cocoanut
palms, hau trees and fruit trees.
Price $3,000. .
Manoa Valley Improved and unim-
proved property. Terms to suit
Wilder avenue $35.00
Magazine street 27.60
Pensacola stieet 35.00
Waikiki Beach $40
1 Prospect street 40
, Young street 50
Kmau street 50
Fort and Merchant Streets.
MILES OF SEA BRIDOED BY ONE
Tm ' tmmifwTmfrmmrmiim
Oar Candies, and our Pastry,
Aie of the best and ever'new;
Our Faet'ry daily sends sup
plies, And that's wherein the secret
EH I MfcJWH 11
Remnants ! !
Sale of short lengths of
Silks and Woolens begins
Tuesday, June 1st,
at 8 o'clock.
WE are mak its home furnishiiiff in Hawaii easy. By our svstem of "i'ay-A-Littlt-At-A-Timc"
of furnishing homes vou are allow:d to make your residence a real
home at a comparatively small initial outhv. and with small payments regu
larly aft rwnrds you will not meet with anWmrdships in payinr: for as well
furnished a place as our neighbors. We sell the evcry-lay piece of furniture the abso
lute need of every ra'ii's home or the Roods counted as luxuries, nil on the same EASY
PAYMENT system. Ve would like to tell you of it. You can bu ya rocker for $4.00 on
this plan or as much ai you wish we want the trade, no matter how small the purchase.
A liberal discount male for cash purchases. Ask us about it.
J. HOPP & CO.
Oldest and Largest Furniture House in tho Islands
Wc carry a complete stock of everything you can use in a house.
Below arc a few of our oiTerinRsat present. ALL NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
Complete line of baby car
riages, with huoiis and paia
sols, and a Rood variety of
Lawn benches, each three feet
lonir, nnd mn-ic of well-seascnetl
limiili pikes, while they last,
Similar to above
Larje well-made porch
rocker, of fine cics'rh. and
o:centioual!y good value,
. CHIFFONIERS from
$10.00 each up.
Our new line cf lanai goods in -hides for summer use Hammocks
from $1 75 each to $6.35 each. We. have a big shipment of VUD0R
HAMMOCKS, the nretticst and stroigtst hammocks made. We have a
shipment of 0ID HICKORY rustic chairs and rockers, and a laigc num
ber of pieces of green fibre chaiis a..d rockers.
DRESSERS 0 r
from $12.00 up.
LOUNGES While they
last wc will sell a shipment
of unholstered lounges, just
the thing for the small cot
tage, at $7.50 and $10.00
LAWN SWINGS Large
enough to accommodate four
persons, painted led or green.
Needed to keeD the young
steis home during the school
We welcome a comparison 01 prices
Wc have many new framed
pictures of popular subjects,
frame nnd jiclurc in some
cases selling as low at 25c.
All excellently framed in the
dull cobrs and brown, fumed,
Eaily English nnd wcathcicd
ours is always lowest whin compared with other goods of
CHINA CABINETS In fumed, golden, or weathered oak. All sizes. Some exception
ally large cabinet just received at moderately low prices. ,
BUFFETS AND SIDEBOARDS in all colors of osl: and all sizes and styles.
Wc have three full floors of samples. Wander in and look them " over. The quantity,
number of patterns, style, and value are all that can be wished. The Summer season is
usually the time when people fix up their homes. Make your plans early. A little money
spent today and a little at even p:riods later will make vour home so attiactive that i's more
than "worth while. i .. - - - -
J. HOPP & CO.,
Prompt deliveries made from our big King street store by automobile.
If yOU arc having
collecting rents or
arc in doubt as to
the salety of some
of your securities,
we can help you,
We know wc can
save you time and
anxiety and we be
lieve we can save
money for you.
Consultation is free.
Bishop Trust Co.; Ltd.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.