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2;30 EDITION A &ood bargain always has a good opportunity in the BULLETIN adv
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From San Francisco:
Nippon Miiru Juno 8
For San Frnnciscr:
China . . . , , June 1
Mnl.iirn tuna 25
AoraiiRl Mine 23
All' the landlords in Honolulu who
care to have it known that they have
property to rent, advertise in the
Bulletin and find Rood tenants.
VOL. XI. NO. 4325.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 31. 10098 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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FIRE THREATENED LOWER BUSINESS DISTRICT
NO STRIKE" ON HAWAII PLANTATIONS
STRIKE ON HAWAII
Started By Agitators
And Their Agents
many j u'anise anxious
iokeihniot;! i. work
Everything Quiet on Plantation of
Oahu Agitators Busy Collect-
ing Tunds for Graft
The iiiunir nr a strike Inning
taken plaic on tin- Island r I In
wall llmls absolutely iiii cotillrni.i
The icpnrt of the stilkc un
douhtodl) grew mil of the High
Wngo union nf 1 1 llt tiavliirf Ki'iil n
demand fin' higher wages lo Hit
ii'lury Hinlth uf Un- Planters' An
mcl.itlon I iy I'lldny's ninll.
Tliu II ii I It'll ii iiiiiiIi' :i win'
lOHS ipil'I'V lg,lllllll till' slill.l-
lion on ll.iw.ill today ami le
ci'lM'il ii ichlltttliiu of I he slilku
riiiuoi I Mini t C. Kennedy.
Many Rumors Current In
Regard To Mexican
LUMBER YARD FIRE 18
QUICKLY UNDER CONTROL
Tlic slilko im.Ojhil, pluiiUtliHM In
Tho most potent Inniii'tici' apparent
ly now al wink In tlio larRo number nr
linn wlni And they Iiiimi 1 ii misled
liy tliu ARltiilors ami aiu wiw loud)
In go lo work.
Iti'tiorlH fiom (lie rnrloiiH litututtiiit
on IIiIh IkIiiiiiI me all In tlic effect tlmt
Millet piovnlls anil a majoilly of tlic
Japanese wanl lo it'tiirn to wink, lint
they arc liclil back liy I lit- statements
of tlio Agitators anil the fear lliey have
of physical violence.
At O.iliil iilaiitiitlon It In ii'imrli'il
that ntix.'.iil) Miine of (lie men lime
eonio liaek lo some of III" kiilt'nuas.
AIIMown die line Ik tlic iii.iiciit fi cl
ing til it the Ktrlke Ii ik l.iHteil long
enough anil nm fiullier lefiisul lo
work Ik ii waste of time .mil mime)
without accomplishing sill) lieuellt.
Applying at Waianae.
Wnlmiao rcKirtK Japanese uppll'ii,
for work ewr iln). The icguhir .Inp
ani'M' me .it work theie ami also at
Wnlmnniilo. iiml a gical 111:1115 of the
lahorei'H on oilier plantations ale le.uly
lo letiirn. It Ih highly pioii.ilile In fact
(Continued on Page 2)
All sot tH of riimorH are drlfllng 11I101H
icgiiullng Mexican nililier liitoresls,
which R T. P. WnlerlioiiM' Weill to the
iniilnlnlnl to Investigate. There Is lint
little authentically known, except to
timet- Immediately Interested, however,
nml there will he nothing Riven out
until the principal local stockholders
holil 11 meeting,
Wnlerhousc visited Mexico at tlic
Instance ol I). I'. II. Isenbein ami l"o
associates. He declines lo mako p.'h
lie the rcHiilt of his Invi'Htlg'illiuiH, say
ItiK that II In up to the men who sent
him IkciiIicik declines to talk, tiny
Iiik that he Ik pledged lo give nothing
out until .irter the meeting.
Hut riitnor kiih that it wiih lo cAimi
Ine the liooks of the ruhlier eonr,'aiiy.
.nut not In Investigate the tree. :hat
Will ei house went.
The nililier stock Iiiik heel) palug !
per cent dividends. TIi- source of
Hiokc dividends Ii.ik li-'en the cause of
considerable KiK'cul.itlon ami, iirci-nl-Ing
to icpoit, WaleihoiiKe wax hi ill In
llml mil wl.vtlier the iiiouc) ruinu mil
of nibbcr or mil of HoinelhliiK e'n-.
Put no one, except thoxo Ini'iieillate
I) Inlerexicil knowH what lerliou"
IxunvviejIgiuiiKl thu' rdhirCuticu (if
Ih'oxe cotirefned lo make puhllu the ro
Hull of the Investigation him !u to nil
sorts of riimorH.
Speeilj work on the pari of the fire. The flere department responded rolllnc clnndx which choked nml
.1 f .t.. .1 t . ...... . . ....
-n (..u HiiuiiL nun me uiiiriy HHHiKi- pronipny, nnu 11 iiPiugo or water was blinded Ihcm
onlhKrat on llml for a ha f hour xpremlltiR rpldl to the lrRc hrlck1,,,, to w m.lK,,,MirnK umlicr llCi th(.
threatened the water f.onl ihl. a t- h.HldlnRx on (luccn street nhuttlnB dry wood hurnlnB like so much llml.er.
ernoon bliortly after 1 1 ..clock the the lumber yard. . Tho ,,urkcmle c, Allclli lM ,,
Ire whistle announce, that u bliuc Tllc nro B,nr, n n Mnm, corru.'Bt ,,. oceanic wharf, wiib ncrlou.ly en-
hud l.roken mil In Allen & Ilol.ln- ,,,,,,, ron ..trucmn. t10 rrar ofi dniiRercd. and her crew nixlied to ihi
son h litiulier sniil. At 'J o'clock thu n, i,i, ,.,i .!. n. ...i.v. r .,i ,
' - " I ' "--.- " ....r. ......
GETTYSBURG, May 31. Prcsilcnt Taft delivered an address on
the field of the battle of Gettysburg today, the ceremony being the dedi
cation of a monument to the Regulars of the army who fell at GettysJ
burg. In his address the President took occasion to oppose any decrease
in the standing army of the country.
I llniiicH were extinguished.
What Bine promise to he the
.worst lire that him lieen experienced
In the linslni'SH illntilrt hroko out I Ii In
nfternoou shortly before two o'clock
In Allen & Kohlnsnu'x lumber yard.
I The II a tn os were under full head
way when the alarm was turned In
1 fiom Ilox 31 at Iho corner of Queen
j and l'ott streets at twenty mlnutci
' rr lives The overtiirnliiK of n stove, blaze that mlKht be started,
1 In the bnlldltiR Is suposed to linvo I The tiiK Intrepid lumteiied to Iho
Mtnrteil the hlnze scone of III.. rnnniiir.illiin nn.l ufwin I
' Tho caretaker nml his family, nil Iiml three si reams playliiR on the lilnz
lluwnllnns, barel) escaped with their InK IiuIIiIIiik from the waterfront. To
Ihes nml unveil few uf their belong- tho timely efforts of Iho tut; Is prnh
Iiirs, so rapidly did tho II allies spread, nbly due the fact that the Allen ex
pense clauds of hl.ick smoke, Is- Ci,l,Cl' without Injury.
ruiriR from tho hurnltiR hullilltiK. Kor 11 time the Allen ft llnhlmon
hindered the flreflKhlcrs In their bulMlns wax seriously threntened. but
work, and time nml aRaln tho plucky the ahxeiico of wind mnde It iiosslhle
lads In bluo wero driven hack by tho to keep the flames bended away from
FLORAL TRIBUTES TELL
OF NATIONS GRATITUDEZeppeiin Makes
WASHINGTON, May 31. The Senate today in voting on the tariff
bill raised the duty on lemons to on and one-half cents a pound.
Senator Gore of Oklahoma, in sj:aking of the fruit tariff, charged
that the United Fruit Company is a monopoly. The proposed tariff of
six cents a bunch on bananas was deeate.l J
Sl'rTltAHIIIST IUI.I, I.OHCS j
SpiliiRlleld, III, May 211. .Mrs. '
Catheilne WhiirIi Mtt'ulloch'H bill
pertulttliiR women to Mite for nffl-'
ici-s of cities, villages and towns and
for s e Inwnshlp odlrers was lost I
In the senate Imlay. IT, to IX. I
Groves of Hero Dead Are Strewn With FraRPunt Garlands-Flowers
Are Cast on Waters to Honor Naval
Martyrs-Son ofiConfederate Soldier Lauds Wearers
of the Blue.
siTNsiii.Ni: sornn-v in con
vention -New York. May at).
About Mill women ntteiiiled thu iin
iiual cum cut Inn or the liilernatlouiil
Sunshine sociely toihi). InvltatloiiH
weio Riven the society to meet next
year at l.ox AiiRelex, Cat., Chicago
mid Atlantic City.
TWKNTV PCIISUNH IN.IUItKI)
OITUINd l'llll-: -CIiIciiro. May 21).
Twenty or more persons were ln
jiueil, some of them seilously, by
liopliltiR fiom heconil story windows
in a 111 0 starting fiom a riis explos
ion, wiih h desliojeil the Toledo Hats,
Sixt-llfth stieet mid Minerva avu
11 lie, here today.
Made in New York
M ' l
. r-1 k ii.'; j
Are the acme of style, artistic work
manship and fine materials.
Worn by correctly dressed men
everywhere. Enormous summer
ttock just arrived and ready for the
inspection of the gentlemen of this
The Kash Co.,
Cor Fort and Hotel Sts,
"i 4 u of. tt hi in i t
r ifcf st4 it M ivHaM ti im 1, (
ml I s
It has been foit -three years sliue
the armies that for nearly half .1
dermic had marched back and forth
iiiross the Rieat battle. Rrouiid of the
Civil War disbanded, and coniiicrors
mid (oiuiueied - those that wcto
left of them went bmk to 111 'J
hotites they had left lit tho call of
duty. With thu lueaklnK up of tlio
nimles the heavy trnmp of nrtuetl
men died away; tho crashing volleys
of musketry. t)ic roar of cannon, the
Kronns of the ilyliiR ccaseil to bo
henrd. 1'i.ace iIcm ended once morn
upon the battle-scarred land; the
War was over.
Hut then, is 0110 nimy that ncvci
disbands, one march that Is never
ended Tlio nrmy of Tlmo rocs on
fnroNcr, nlways ndvnncliiR, never re
ttentliiR. Tliu march of tho years,
fKilcmn, Vemorseles's, Inexorable, Is
i-tuj ii! by the proclamations of pcaro.
Time 1e10Ri1l7.es no truces, no armis
tices The warfare It wiircs Is silent
hut ileadl). And tho fatalities of
this silent warfaru nro Rrentcr than
those of tho hnttloflold and thu hos
pital. The ('.rami Army of tlio Itopubllc,
tho orRiiulznllon of tho I'lilon stir
vivtus of the most terrlllli: iiiulllct of
all times and iircs, has met ono eno
Hi) iiRiiiust which Its bravo stand Is
The detailed statements
which we cheerfully give to
our clients regarding their
lespective estates, are just as
clear and exact as a perfect
organization can make them.
w.tg SH '
hoieless. The Hoys In nine and the
h))H in, dray tna relied without
tlinchltig Into the rain of shot and
shell. Razed fearlessly into the Krlin
vIsuro of death. Hut they hae met
one enemy to whom they must sur
leiider, whose chnrKcs aRalnst their
worn ranks are marked with a con
slant dropping "f those by whom
musket lulls unit cannot shot sped
Onco each jenr tho old velcrnns
hull liy the roadside In their lotiR
ninrch, and for ono brief day slop to
do honor to tho comrades who have
flrcmly fallen and year by ear
the fcbtlv.il of tho dend prows moro
pathetic, more Impressive. Tor the
soldiers ore no longer tho stalwart,
brisk voutiR fellows with eager eyes
mid confident souls who, nt the be
hest of patriotism, left their fire
sides to march to wnr. They luuu
suffered tunny defeats In that longer
light against tho years, and they
nro worn and gray from tho cease
less struggle Tho spring of youth
has gone from their steps, tho alert
ness of young innnhood from their
And tho lines have' grown thinner
now, for more of tho hos hnvo fal
len In tho Wnr of Years than met
their death on tho battle fields of tho
They nre grnvo and solemn, these
men now, when thoy pause to honor
their dend (omrailrs, for thoy realize
all too well that It ran be but a
short timo nt most before thoy, too,
are li.ld alongside their fallen ioni
rades, and n now generation gathers
about their graves to do honor to
tho brave liojs of 61-fifi.
Only distant and faint echoes of
tho grcnt conflict more Ihnn forty
'years ago camo across tho water to
Hawaii. TIicbc Islands then had no
part In the terrible struggle; tho
, blood and carnage, tho shriek of
shells, thu groans of djlng men were
not hers. Peaceful the Islands lay
beneath tho summer sky surrounded
by n summer sen, and only wonder nt
tho fury of the conflict and pity for
tho desolated homes across tho sen
Ingltnted tho bosoms of tho dwellers
In this favored country,
j Hut now Hawaii Is n part of that
Union which wits preserved Intact by
' the Hoys In lllue, and the people of
. Hawaii feel, as they ilemonttrated
today, that some part In tho heritage
of the great struggle is theirs, that
I the men of tho Crnnd Army of tho
' Itopubllc fought in their hehnlf, nnd
that It is their duty nml their privi
lege to sharo In doing honor to tho
fallen heroes of tho Civil Wnr.
And so Iho population of Honolu
lu gathered at the beautiful ceme
tery shut in by tho Nuunnti hills
nnd cost wreaths of flowers upon tho
graves of tho Nation's dend nnd lis
tened to tho Milemn nnd Impressive
services In rommemorutlon of the
heroes of tho lllue and of tho dray.
Hawaii had no part In tho great
conflict, hut after the war wns over,
(Continued on Page 3)
Great Air Record
BERLIN, May 31. Count Zeppelin's airship has made a record of
nine hundred and fifty miles in thirtv-scven hours,
To' come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't the
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
STRIKE WHILE THE
Don't Know Nichols
NEW YORK, May 31. Broker Nichols, who is supposed to have
committed suicide in Honolulu, is unknown here. He was not a mem
ber of the New York Stock Exchange.
Aid By Wii eiess
GUAYMAS, Mexico, May 31. The steamer Precucsor broke a shaft
at sea and secured a tug for assistance by means of her wireless tele
graph equipment. 4,
ATHENS, May 31, An carthnuakc shock was felt today on the
Morca Peninsula. No serious damage resulted. .
IRON IS HOT
And send your business of deliver
ing messages and parcels to us. We
guarantee satisfaction in all cases.
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