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RVHNINO llUl.t.KTIN, HONOLULU, T.' II , SATTIIADY. MAY 20. 190!).
THEY are still try
ing to make a
better Soap than
have not succeeded. If
you have had any argu
ment with c?irt this soap
of ours will beat it away.
If your grocer will not
sell it ring up Fred L.
Waldron Phone 12
Always on Top
in framing. Metal frames from 1 5c to 2.50
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
i itsia vj:n(h:anck 10 yi:aiis
New YniK Miiy HI UcrauBo An
Idtiiii (Mii'iiKi. thru n policeman, ar
roMti'il Miki'Iii I'aUelennl In Italy 10
.U'lii-H iiri), lit' wan Klaldied 28 times
COLLISION IN Tl'NNIJIr I'ort-
luml, May 10, Tlio hoi unit nee! Ion
n a win tli luml paHsc'iiRcr train on
(lie Southern I'.iclllc tan Into tho
llrtit beet Inn In tu 11 in1 1 No. 0, near
e.itb liiilay In limit One Hundred Glcndnle, Oie., today Two (if tho
mil I'nurtli hi 1 eel At the time of train crew were Injnrcil, anil one
the nriest CaUelenul umed cn- p.iKheiiKer, 11:11110 iinkuimn, wan
ci'.iiiu ami they met fur the llrHt tdlKlitly littrt. The wick wan hot
lime tmliiy iif kciluim coiihcqueiue
HATS 81'AltT 111(5 I'llllJ l'arral.
Men, May 10. Italu miawlnf; at
inalihex In a hiuiiII M010 at Mntu
lalia Ktarleil a 111 c. The flic reached
a quantity of Knniodcr nnd the
leKiiltmit explonlon inutieil tho flic
In hineail to other IiuIIiIIukh. Al
most the entile vIIIiiro wh hurneil.
One 111,111 was Mllcd In tho cxploa-lou.
dins LH'B Ti:ilM S.111 Jose,
May 10. TorahlKo Yosliliiilzu, the
Japaneuo who, with other rullruad
section lunula, Mlleil their foreman,
John ICyne, near (illroy last fall, en
tered n plea of Rullty of murder In
tlio Hcnond ilefirec before JudRO
Welch this inoniliiR anil was Hen
tcnccil to a life term at Kiilaoin.
Ilultdni; muWtiB urn plus cilinl or
cms in the hii' MicoIh, plus the
(il.tntH' lioiuecomlnt;, equal kIrum of
In loucrliiK a record, a man must
i rite lo the occasion.
Wholrxomu food DuiiKhmrlH ii ml
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Saves Time and avoids Errors; it is the best of all
the self-addressed letter covers in the market today;
it is the greatest improvement in office stationery in
the past fifty years; the p-catest saver of time and
the Rreatcst safeguard against errors that has yet
been devised for the modern business man. They cost
no more than the old-fashioned kind.
1 Tlno "Rnllain PnV.liaV.in or
8 f!n T .rl to
to vv"' " '
Is the sole hrciiI for
Territory of Hawaii.
this splendid envelope for the
Ask for samples and prices.
The Ktrlku cannot stop business In
Honolulu these i!iih tiltliuuieli It has!
opcinled to Kle the hlock linikein 1
Tho ioople who thought the strike
would not last for tnoro than two ilajs
1110 bcslnnlK to feel won led. Those
who contended that It was a Ioiik unlit
aro happily surpiltied with the xltuu
The men hardest hit ami with steal
est cause to woir) in pi Hie strike are
the J'jpanese merchants, both l.irKc
mid small. The laboier on the planta
tion Is not more at tho mercy of plan
tation prosiorlty than the Japanese
merchant The. former can take up
his bed ami walk. The latter has mou
nt stake and he Is between two or
A phase of the Japanese mere-untile
situation not often thought of Is the
largo purchases of Japanese koji'iM
mndu by the law plantation agei.eicii.
If these agencies Mppeil direct fiom
Japan many large merchants would go
out of business.
Tho general trade of tlio Honolul'i
Jupancso wholesalers Is with til? suiill
merchant at or near the plantation.
With the laborers out of win I. tills
small merchant cannot pay hit bills
and he Is expected to couti Unite to the
strike fund. Tho large mcrclriut In
Honolulu also cannot collect Ills hills
and ho Is expected to contribute 10 ihc
strlke fund Then on top of this, the
Honolulu Japanese merchant Is In con
slant danger of losing the trade of the
largo agencies. When all these t. tug'
combine. It Is only a question of low
long bis bunk will carry him, and none
of the hanks of the city aro li.i:-klni'
the Ml Ike, either directly or nmr.iily
l.ilu Trlilns afternoon when VV (1 Ir lMikn showed less than 11110 hmitlml
win accepted $I7,5'I0 for Hie piopcru dollais In tho general fund. This I
lu the unices of the Henry Waterhouse the lowest lecord inailo In tho fun,
TiiimI Co It Is the Intention of the 'w-nm that county goernmcnt lias been
I.Ncnrgiis Inteiests to iietiil $"00(l in In effict, and Hie lty and county fulh
$r,mw in icpalrlng und equipping the.eis nie f.lciiiK a iiosslblo deficit it
hotel and oiicii up as near tin- Koiiilh Imontli hence Owing to the shoitngc
The Agitators luii nothing to lrse in
tlio way of business. They aro piln-
ilpall) grafteiH living off the si-iko
fund and the conlilhulions of the mer
chants. When Hie mei chants begin to feel
that they are facing failure and the
contract men on the plantations begin
to realize Unit their year's wotk U go
ing to naught, nit at the command of
11 fow Agitators backed up by Thugs,
then cold hard facts will couimand
whatever attention common semv has
failed to summons.
The meet lug of the managers of the
islands with I ho agents has had a won
derfully good effect In clarlflng the
situation In Honolulu, It was icmiirk
able the number of people who had
tho idea that (he planteis were weaK
and suiiie of them wanted to gte In
tu the stilkeis. It Is hclicNcd that this
Impression, and perhaps tho positive
statement, was cimvcjcd to tho Ag
Itutors unit slilkoru tluougli the under
gii.iind bources by which tho Japanese
aro kept In touch with what Is going
on ju thu business and boclal elides
of Thu city. How many casual re
marks, misinterpreted, have been t-ni-rled
to the Agitators by tho enemies
of Kuropeiiu Immigration und supposed
friends of tlio samu movement m.i)
nut bo known. At all events thu lirlef
resolution that came out of the plant
ers' meeting after 11 session of cml
four or live hours put an linmediato
stop to all tho rumors of any planter
being weak In the knees. This action
of Thursday wits so piomptly followed
by Hid unhesitating icsixmsc to tlio
Japanese who wanteil to run Kiihukii
plantation, that un llugeilng doubts
that have existed wen- speedily set at
rest. Kuhukii Japam s In effect told
thu plantation nuthoiltlcs that thev
could not dlschnrge flft men without
discharging the whole roice of Jap
anese. Manager Adams sent back a
deplj that the fifty nn-ii would he ills
charged. TluU'was all there was to it.
1 lie uioiie is lean; iw 1.1 iiiciu an 011
If they like that belli r Meanwhile,
thu plantation work goes forwuid with
Portuguese. Porto Kleins, Chinese und
Agllnlots have bo 11 quick to dis
claim iesKinstblllty for acts of viol
dice, hut this does not deceive 1111 one.
The Thugs are being followed up
shiirpl by the authorities and there
Is prospect of documentary evidence
showing the Agitators Involved In 11
conspliacy to do up anjonu who up
posed tho strike.
The slock market has not been
brisk, although there has been con
siderable trading. All the stocks have
dropped off 11 dollar 01 two There has
been no attempt at heavy sacrifices,
and the sagging of the maiket Is only
what might be exis-cled when Agitat
ors are filling thu air with fi'lminatloiis
of what they Intend to do with tho sug
ar Industry of tho Islands.
The price of sugar has held up well,
the quotation for l-onilon beets having
touched a parity of l,2,'i during the
week and held there stioug.
Tlio most Important Incident In Hi
American sugar world Is the action of
the Semite In passing the duties on
raw and refined Hiig.im Identically as
they came from the House In the
1'iiMio tariff bill. The dispatches of
I'rlday staled that the schedule passed
the Senate subject to reconsideration
to enable Senator Clay lo present a
demand lo cut thu duties In half. This
means Unit Senator Clay of Oeorglu
has been given an opportunity to make
u sH'cch Tho tariff may bo accepted
Nothing has been heard of l.ite of
tho pineapple tiullT. except that the
representatives of Hawaii are working
haul In Washington to keep up the
rate that passed the House.
The Hawaiian Pineapple Coinp.iP)
voted last Sutunhi) to Increase Ihe
capltal stock in order to complete the
puichaso of the Haiku liult & Pack
lug Co. New 11 from Muni Is that an
other cannery m.i) bu started In the
Makawao district This may depunl
on the trend of the tariff leglslatou
and any expansion program thu Dole
Inteiests may have In vluw to take
care or nil that offers In that section
Work on the llamakiia Hitch moio
properly spoken of im tho Hawaii In!
gallon Conipui) Is ;olug ahead very
rapidly. Homo pi edict that water will
bo running in the ditch as early as
next Mil). A gnat amount of supplies
have been shipped to Hawaii and nunc
labor would bo eniplojed except for
the complication it might ciuate III the
local mike sltuitloii.
In tho leal est He circle of thu town
the laigest and most Impoiliint trans
action of the wetk was probably the
sale or the lllln Hotel to (leorgu l..
cuigus, Tho transaction was closed
of funds Treasurer Trent had to np
plj to Territorial Auditor lllsher f-ir
deliver) of the couiuvs inoutlil) war
Hint 11 little ahead of time this mouth
In order to take care of the end of-the
month p.iv tolls without having to leg
Ister warrants. Mr I'lsher was ac
commodating, ami as a lesult the conn
l niplo.vees aie u-celvlng their pay
today Instead or having to wall until
alter the first or thu month
The number of people who look up
of .1 ul v as possible. This will tne.in 1
great deal to Itlto, ami to Honolulu
lor that matter, for anything that
makes conditions more attractive to
tourists In any of the ionics of travel
or Hie Territory Is good business for
Honolulu, tho center from which a'l
Hie tourists distribute themsilve.
In this connection Maul Is taking a
hi nee Manager Melil, who If now in
coniiol of the Maul Hotel and includes
with It annex privileges In liea itlful
l.io Vullcv, has Issued an llliistii'led
bisiklel describing the beauties or ..IhiiI on Hits slilke as matklug lie end or
and how to see them. Wullilkii ba-ij J ip.uic si oiuinaU in In ih, nigar It
not begun to advertise luwn lols Irit dustrv ol Hawaii ,s quite ,eui,u kalih
Its p,ople intend to keep up with K i- There 14 no sliont leellng ! ,u. judlci E
huliil voiceii against the Japanese mere Is
110 bitterness expressed except against '
1 111 near) vvaieiuouse 1 nisi e 0111 "e .iuuwii mm unms inn inert t
pan.v teHirt the sale id J II l-ishei's ' Is a very widespread beilef that had
houie nnd lot on Maklkl slioU near Hie Japanese let well enough alone
Judge Weaver's, to Mrs. Mu.v A.'tlie.v would have had first choice of
Short, for J22UO. !manv of tin- best opportuutles on Hie
plantations .Vow Hint they have gone i
so bllndl) after the false teachings of
1110 .Agiiaiois, 11 is assumed unit plan .
tatlou iminngers will have u general
When letting their contracts
for painting specify W P.
Fuller & Co. s
It lasts longer has a more
beautiful finish and it more
economical than paint ''and
mixed by local painters
Lowers & Cooke,
177 S", King Street.
The large coiner lot ol I)r (.' It.
Cooper on Maklkl street Is rc,tt I
mid lo Cnpt Miller for IHJ.nOO. Cnp
taln Miller has been busy for many
months picking up houses and lots In
tho Maklkl and Puliation section.
I ari tun y-N :
Ihc 1141m-4- V
Among Hip paiers filed for ncord
during the wick were deeds (mil) II.
M. Stain. iker lo C (!. Owen for n tne
apple ranch at I'upukea; from M. C.
I.elthcacl to W (lerlz, for n hous- and
lot at Knlmiikl. from J II. Mlaek to
C. M. CiKike. Lid . for a housu and lot
on LIIII111 stuet. fiom Pang Soy to .1.
S .Mel lo for a house and lot In Kewalo,
and rrom C. 1. Owen to K 0 Miller
for .t house and lot on Maklkl stlect.
These deeds alt liorc (he lmptiut of the
Tient Trust Co., ami It Is tcpoilcd
that this agency also closed deal in
volving tho sale of other projiert In
College Hills, Palolo and Kallhl
leellng of dlstitist and will use tbeli
nt unit t endeavor to equip their planlii
Hun staffs with men who will offset
the Japanese predominance. Should
this lesult us It Is most llkclv to do
through a long-di aw 11 out stiike. Hie
steady elimination of the Japanese, will
The Ileal Kslute Hxchatige rcioil
the sale or a house and lot on Fort
diccl below Schisil and eight lots In
their Knlmukl Park tract, during the
past week They also report the de
mand tor houses lo rent Increasing
and there ale few available houses in
While the strike of thu plantation
laborers is bearing pretty hard 011 tlio
Oileiilal merchants and traders, the
while business bouses are not escaping
altogether. Cases are known wheie
Japanese merchants doing business at
the plantations havo had to ask for ex
tensions on Interest und Insurance pay
ments, und It Is rcKirtcd that 0110 of
thu biggest Japanese hotel keeiers In
Honolulu, with a long record of prompt
ness In his business dealings, has ie
ccutly ileraulted on a mortgage debt
In such cases us thoso mentioned, how
ever, the while creditors aie well sc
rilled ami will surfer no loss.
People having business In the ofilce
or the City ami County Treasurer have
been much Interested during thu past
jweek In .1 remarkably clover time
stamp that has been Installed b) the
Trent Tmsl Co. Tor use In connection
Willi their safe deposit vaults. The
I little machine rlJ on the flout count
er 11111I Is harmless looking but ouco
In every nilnule there Is a clicking
and whirring sound inside that makes
people not acquainted with It wonder
if It Is haunted. It tukes a close In-
Ispocllon to discover a llttlo wlru Hint
1 leads off to a big electric clock on the
wall, where the clicking mid tho whir
ling are controlled. Tlio machine op
erates like an ordinary date slump, ex
cept that it prints thu hour and the
minute In addition to the month, day
and )ear or tho transaction being recorded,
Tlio Tulare Land Co., Ltd Is the title
or 11 new corporation, thu papers ol
which were filed with thu Treiisuier
this week. Sam Parker and John T
linker .ire the principal rut-tors- In the
company that Is to finance 1111 orange
prosisltloii In California.
toutity nuances leached chh tble
.veslerday when Auditor lllekucll's
Boston Baked Beans,
Boston Brown Bread,
leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for 5 1.00,
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAB3
ONLY table drink. K-nufac-
turcd by the
Arctic Soda Water WorKs
The skilled mechanic of the llonolu
In Iron Works has 11 good year ahead
Tho work now In prosiiect will lust
for 11 year or more ami Includes olab
orato Improvements for tho Waluaktt
nnd Honokaii mills In this Territory
mid tho doubling of the capacity of a
I'oriuosa sugar mill and thu construc
tion of a new one
Wlllel & tlruv's Sugar Cllcular unit
er u.ile or .Ma 1.1 savs of Hie Cuban
ciop: "If 137,liiMi tons be added to
the 1 SHii.nno tons proiliiclluu thus fin
the total outturn this season will reach
I..VJ7.IMW Willi Hie possibility of still
larger figures If the weather should
r.ivor tho working or some or the nunc
Important factories "
"Tho linpiovenient In ICiuopc Is due,
largely, to the fact that the Ililllsh re
fillers allowed their slocks to inn very
low und now thul Hie May lliiuldatlon
Is over they do not find It particular!)
easy 10 engage me necessaiy supplies
for the big summei trade estimates
or beet sowings aie unchanged "
".lavas, have recenll) been offeied at
lis. C-. and f, till t,.t for Ma)-Jiine ship
t, equal to 4.i:i lauded, and los. lid
c. and f. lor June-July shipment, but
holdeis' views mo now 10s. KHid. foi
Juno shipment. Indicating thu posslhll
It) or thu price Tor Cabas tombing
-Vie (lllc landed) eventual!) though
not Immediately "
When You Ask for Butter Specify
Pure As Gold
California's Choicest Creamery Product
A refreshieg, cooling
ful and pleasant to
the palate. You will
enjoy a glass as it is
the real thing.
Henry May & Co.,
Bulletin Business Office Phone ?55
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
$100 4-r. house and lot, 50:100,
at Schnack Tract. Nituanu.
$500 4-r. house and lot. 45xG0, at
Alcwa, below Judd St.
5000 5-r. house and lot. 45x60, on
extension Ktmkini, nr. Punch
Bowl car line.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Tort Streets.
74 S. Kinp; St.
L .m ! atAiaa
. 0. s. i. 3F
Vf Plf U for uoaatortl
4lKhrgi,tDri nit tho.
trrUtiloQi or w tttlooi
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
WING CHONG CO
JUNG ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers id Furniture Mattresses.
Etc., Etc All kinds of K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Te
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morning.
Imt..lCllyleiCl.',' ,",;,,ou, "'
aiaint, ni uui Hiiiv
gPIlt OF pnlMtBttlli
Hu ! ruUU
Clfcultr iul uu ntuut'
LUNCHES and DRINK!
The most pooular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
nntel St. near Fort,
nek Scully, Jack Roberts,