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DAILY nntl WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 KinR Street. Honolulu Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np I LEditoriul Rooms, - 185
1 eiMBuslness Office, - 256
Cm nut At the Pmtoffirp at Honolulu
a netiHitl rla matter
Our countiy, our whole country.
And nothing but our country.
iihey will go io work If glton piotec-
Seem (iletids of the Japanese Agl- Hum.
Intern mill rtiugn find lefiireme to lht I Tli should bo protected
agents or the strike most distasteful. ' The Idea of the Industry of this Tit
' rltor n dug placo at the berk and call
Clot the habit or -landing b liono-,'" Thus, should bo Hiifflclt-ntly nlii.-i-lulu
nu.l working with ihose engaged "'" ""' minds of plantation oi.irs
Hi promoting Honolulu.. .niilty. ,""1 "I'-rattim to cause thotn to pro,ii t-
. . . Iv bring Into use otery means hi tlu-lr
liottcr to iiv compli'to protcrtU'. for
If the Knwulloa Jhikiiig.. at Wiilalim uly ,, n ,,mi,()yi.x who ttt,, ,),
want to pi io work. e that ili.- au- .,, I,1,1,IU,H Knari, l(1 slim,i
ahlo to tin mi mill niu not illnturlii'il VH(, (oj( ,,,
!rn- r I lueh Ikih Iiwii mill of tin- fear
IleHlilenl Jdiaiiee might uell rom preuil li the Italian llku-k lliiul niiir-
bat the ell Itilluenpp of the AKitntm-j (eicrn Ik It now ilpvilop!tK that
mul their rhiiK aeiit h a l.uw all. I
OrOer l.'i.Kiii I
One hti'iil ' i
to ilu it.
, .ear U piiswijii- ir i
iluwall M-tH Itx mln.1
nmiolulu hivlnit proiwily reponnlZPil
Memorial Da. It mat now be posalble
to Heciire a heailiu Tor n ileciul oh-
tervnnee of the Koiirth of July.
True Christian splilt prewills when
I'lotpntant Chinch niembeib come to
the nlil of Ilit Ir Human Catbollc fellow
cllUens etiKaKeil In repililiiK (heir
housu ol worship
Agitator and Hie Thills iilUAt Kn
Oil and wattr cull more e.ikll he
mixed than prosterity ionic to a coun
tiy In the hands of such enemies of
law and order. wh.HHor they be Jnpin-;
'io or their ferret Aiuerlciiu friends.
Mr Clews hh the rummy Is ill i lender aid by word and moial lull' enco
rrjlng neid of big ciops in not only but be leady If nepcsaar to ward olf
decreave the nut of 11 v in u but Io io-' physical attack that Is usually In last
he our I'.ecllug csnirt trade. Thus rowirl of the uusiiccessfiil and defeat
yon will notice that tin- proleclio tar-,"'d Agitator.
Iff has nothing wliatetii m do with It i Agitators ami the Thugs cannot he
m 'met with their own game They miiht.
I'm yum in. me) in lnuui etilerpiluc
and vim wl I get riiuitm a bundled
fold, though the slur of our piogress
may nut be in atti.utlve as the gilt
lining gein iiilliles unit wbich the out
Ido 'opportiuilu ' is uIwhs decorat
Count Zepellii lati st aliship lllglu
may be (lei taunt's iikpouhc to Cieul'
lllltnln's bntlleslilp wltb the speed ol
u rallto.nl train The lltltish night
mare will not be allrrid unless some
jiiup has time to organize a companj
for the i-oiihiiiitiion or nlrships Willi
n k large piofltt a.i warships
Airltntcus ate alieailv
show ii coolness toward tite ills-
lenutable Times who have been their
chief agents In tho nmpalgn of In
tlmldatlon. All the Japanese am'
beginning to leatn that the whole
high wnge movement as associated
ttlth the strike Is baked on the de
file of a circle of Honolulu giafteis
to uiako a good sum of money uud
leave the wotUiuen and uteu the
Thugs to shift for thcmseltes.
"We could not dedicate- this beau
tiful and enduring memorial to tho
volunteer soldleis of Pennsylvania
with such a sense of Justice and tip
pioprlatenesB had they not been con
rriinted h an enemy capable or re
sisting tlieli assaults with enunl t Ig
or and roriiiude Ponns) Ivunla'a
right must be in the tlctpry achieved
by her men against so bravp, reso
lute and lescuicuful un enemy."
In these words did tho President
of the United States express the sen
timent of I he countiy towntd the ha
loes of tho Civil War In whoso honor
Memorial Day originated. He was
speaking at the dedication of a mon
ument to Pennsylvania tolunteeis
who fell on one of the last battle
grounds of the great civil stiuggle.
As time pastes, tho harsh memor
ies are less poignant.
Tho lesbon of
the (lowers has had Its softening In -
lluoiice on tho people, till we now io iueiease her population, but will
observo Memorial Hay lu a spiilt not lake Madly to the swelling of
that honors all who fought bratoly. I the census marshal's Un by uddi
Wlllle showing that wo do not forgot, j lions of ihe Mud nmntioned
tho fiowera placod on graves each i . i
year carry tho Biiggestlon Hint we j Bulletin Business Office Phone 25C.
ciui fnrglte. Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
MAY 31, 1909.
PROTECT THE WORKMAN.
.Inpanosi milkmen luivc stated thnl
umom; the Japaueiie of tlieno lnlr,inls ,
there are necret Koclellen of Thwvt anil i
I mimlcrem whoran hoM up three cr '
ill Kiirano-m flmr ""'c ,lR'lr number of repuliiMu
... '...ivnrViiru V....I. iiiim, mil .if Hi. fi. i,i,i
-' " " "" '.""
,,,r rt'l,r or "" ",,nl u,ow tlUPUtclii-l
ifiom nil iiirpnl of the AKltatlon.
I There uie no two wnys about what
IhIiouIiI he ilone for the Kanalioa .Inpan-
i ,, tth ar,, HIti,i rc,n,y tll r.,irn
, , W1)rl( r ,. .u,,:,m.st. )f tty ,er
M.,.t,m r nny plantation who tilinii
Ul Wl), j,
I They kIiouM hae piotectiou.
' " "'" present Killce power Is not
, ample, let the police utithorlli' nv.eai-
1 In nil the ileiiiitles that may ', neeileil.
If need lie. let tho strike bronkcii be
come police oincers to guard woiitim;
Japanese, though this Is a eiy Inii.roli
TIiIb strike from the outset has been
I a contest for law and order nn 1 tho
right of a laborer to do work If he so
1 wills. It is the Agitator ami tho Ihug
nW,I8t K i,,,,,,,,.,,!,.,, workman. And
I """ "" " """- "". "
e.eij si.p.nei o. u.e o.-.iuiiiiiiri lai-
i orei s right to work should not only
. . . . ... ...
howeter. be taught thai their g'ltni' U
sltott U "-I. that the leputable peopl"
of Hawaii, whether Diet be Ameiieiiii
or .lap'tue'e hate om .mil it'll . op-ie-l
spouse for the eiii-nit of Ptw and I
WHEN 10 S10P MUSI
Will a meicliaut who Is wife
Ktei cease Io advcitlM''
Yes when (lie tiees glow
When the beggar wears a crown;
When leu forms on the sun;
When the sparrow weighs a ton;
When gold dollais get too cheap;
trying lu:""u" women, becieis Keep;
., . . ..
I NV,U'" n "kl1 '"Wl" to swim;
",lu" '""" '"K" '"
When gltls go hack on gum;
W'K'" l,lc ma" lju l""t8 '"'rum;
Win u no pollllcl in schemes
' When mince pic makes pleasant
i When it's fun to break a tooth;
When all lawjets tell the trulh.
When cold water makes you ill link;
When you lot to smell a skunk;
When the drummer has no brass
When all these things come to pass,
Then the man that'B wlso
Will neglect to advertise.
KNOCKERS AT WORK.
(San I-'ianclsco Chronicle.)
A cot respondent writes fiom Hon
olulu that tho authorities of that
placo aro In tho habit of shipping
their criminals to the mainland to
got rid of them. Ho suppoits his
allegation with a clipping fi om tho
Comniciclal Advritlser of Honolulu,
in which tho statement Is made that
a negro named Hants, charged with
shooting a man named I'm her on
one of tho Islands of tho group, was
given a chance to escape piosecutlou
If he would go to San Krauclsco. So
anxious were they to unload Harijs
upon ibis Buffering community a
Mill lied citizen offered to pay his
faro on the steamer If ho could not
net n Job to work his passage. San
. I-'uuicUio Is junking laudable offotts
Own a Chicken
Property consists of a modern 0
jopm bungalow, with best modern
plumbing;; 2 bedrooms; electric
lights; city water in house and front
yard; one and one-half acres of land
with chicken houses, chicken runs,
nettinp; fences, etc.; alligator pear
trees, bananas, papaias, mulberries
and other varieties of trees are now
Rrowinc on place. A stream of run
nine; water through place, which is
used for irrigation. Price $3,250.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
ndltur C v u a I n b Bulletin
Knowlnir the Honolulu II u 1 1 e t In Io
lie Just, reliable, ami au ad orate of
flee cltlzeiiHhlp, ami liullevlng llioi
iiukIiI) In IIh iloctrlnoK of true llepuli
lleaiilsni. I huinlily reiiuext a III tie
ueeileil vpace In your valuable columns
III iirorlfilttt til tin, tlmiiililln.iii intnru
r Hawaii County, rcshlliiK outuhle of
II Ho Town that ! ner cent of the He
publican citizeliK of Illlo Dlntrlct do
ami will utiinil with them hack to back
anil tlulit for the Itciiubllcaii D.irlv In
,, llu ,,. .;,
"" " " b Ic iiieot ikk heh'
. .' ll lllul'c miutliKK heli
I In Illlo
town to consider the demand for a
futility ICnsliieer hate kIwii the ol
ers an opiKiiliinlty to become acquaint
ed with u few hypociitlcal men, who,
by loslriK their telf-control, hao ex
potcd their true and o II feelings to.
wards the common herd.
At one public meeting all our Ha
walliin-Amerleans. weie Insulted most
outrageously, and when the Insult was
resented by one of themvho was an
Invited guest, no apology was offered
Ah both Insults were originated from'
the. tame fertile source, the citizens of
Illlo Inn e come to the conclusion that
komo poor fellow Is surferlng from
that dutestabio and fatal malady li
Of cnurte the common herd does not
I lack brain. It lucks monev iim' 'I's a
.measely shame that some who h ie too
,c, ., kliiinl.l haw. ho i
i . -
brains as to latest thousands of dol
lars In some Air Company, manufac
turing cement In somebody else's fac
tory. Though the public meetings to con-
kliler nn engineer were told of politics
I Know mat a Tew Hepubllcans felt
sore uer the Insults, for the) weie
j Io be accepted as tho general reeling
,of 1 1 no Hepubllcans, for Its attitude
.. . ,, . i towards our present Hepubllcan Sup-
Home site in Manoa Valley. Three- ertlsois. nnd oar Hepubllcan Hepie
fourths of an acre fronting on upper sentntltes la tho Legislature has been
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue, disgraceful.
Location affords an uninterrupted Know .te rellow Republicans, thnl
view of Manoa Valley, Diamond Head "ur Republican Representatives In the
and the sea. This property is the legislature havo dono exceedingly
best buy in Manoa Valley at $1,600. c b' " ul1 "" very conshiorato
We have another buildinc lot a '" ket'l,l" lho Uoari1 of rrail '"
liHl. .S"?! ? . o!5 iot. fornllMl r Jl1 tl10 Important measures
VHnnmaIler;4bUr JU! " B00d VUe; ""'' . He. beroro tho U.glslatu.e,
17,000 sq, ft. fronting on East m) that not oven a voto or thanks was
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue, ever oxtendod to our faithful ieirisi.it.
convenient to car line: good eleva-
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Maeazine Street 27.00
Bcrctania Street 40,00
Young Street $50.00
Prospect Street 40.00
Fort and Merchant Streets.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
Bring your watch to ,us
if it does not keep good
time. We arc expert watch
li. F. Wichman & Co.
It's an understood fact that what
killed the petition for a County Hngl
ueer whs the detestable way in which
our present Hoard of Supertlsors was
Hiked ot'ei the coals fur Kuunudcrlng
the piles ol money which the ixuvluus
Hoard hud spent so geneiuusly In
slght-scelug and inud-iimlilns.
Or coulee It was the leadeis of the
Illlo Hoard of Ti'adu who were most
jealous lu their accusations against
tho Hoard of Supervisors, and as the
lunjoilty of tin Hoard Is llepiibllcan,
the slur and Insult went bottom deep,
for it spuing from supposed Itepubll
1 can leaders
Tho sentiments and doings of the
Hoard of Trade, though composed of
some scir-Mleil Hepubllcans, are nut
ors, but starks of resolutions ami pi-
style, ami rorwnrded to the neglected
Hepresentiitltes, begging them to kill
that Horrible Nightman Hill which
Remnants ! !
Sale of short lengths
Silks and Woolens begins
Tuesday, June 1st,
at 8 o'clock.
Little Church at Waikane
Brings Out Spirit of
A grand limit that altiactPd the pen
pie for many miles around was held
at the Catholic Church at Walkanu on
Sunday and a goodly sum was realized
for the repair of the church. The lit
tie chinch at Waikane Is one or the
oldest of the Catholic buildings on this
island, it having been erected In lHlili
and has had very little lepalr sitae.
Father Audiew is now in charge or
tin- churches on the other side of tin-
Islam! from Kahukti to Walinauato au I
Is dolag a ciy good wotk among the
people, au la attested hj the ety gen
erous lespottse to lite affair of Sunday
and the wide Intetest In the linptoio
ment ot the chinch. The Itiau was u
pleaumt ewiit held In the grounds of
the iliuieh after lite venire. I.. I. Mc
Camlless contributed a bullock for the
titan ami rcuiVicil help In oilier ways.
One of tho very happy Incidents of the
occasion win the arilval of a delega
tion fioin the I'loteatant church across
the way. headed by Mr I'aele. A con
trlbut'lou fiir the help of the Catholic
church had been taken among (lie
members of the I'roteslaut congrega
tion, ami something over lle dollais
was presented to rather Audiew to go
toward lepaitlug his church.
TRAIN ROIIHKR SUSPKCTS l
JAII. -Spokane, May 20. I. M.
Slattin and J. S. Mclnnls tveio nr
lested about daybreak and jailed on
Mispli'lou ot being two ot the rob
bera who held up the (treat Northern
mall tr iln near Colbert last Sunday.
Slalteu says lie Is an Illinois drug
gist. Mclnnls says lie is n telegraph
opcialoi, fiom Winnipeg.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
RtilWin Editnrial Room Phnnp 18S
a !'.' i'.' H :
it K t'.' ii ii
would give our Ignorant kanaka Sup
emlkors the power of levying n 1--I ot
1 per cent tux on fellows that hate
Know e, fellow citizens, that the
Illlo Hoard o7 Trade Is a Take, and Its
very piesldent patronizes tho Illlo
stores so much that all Ills giocoiicn
and even mop-handles, are Importud .
by wholesale direct from tho Coast.
It's a foiegone conclusion that the
common herd lias passed tho era or j
being boski'd, for the toter has been i
taught to think before casting tils bat-J
lot, and the sooner somo men leallzut
tills, lliu hotter It will bo for this Amer
As a staunch Republican member
of the common herd, I would adtlse;
all other Hepubllcans to stand by the
Parly, Ignore lho hot air expressions i
oi ino ueau i'uriy iiosbph, ami carry
tho Republican banner to victory, even
If a few chumps have to bo dumped.
A HKPIJHI.ICAN CITIZUN.
S. Illlo, Muy Hi, 1909.
If you arc having
collecting rents; or
are in doubt as to
the safety of some
ol your securities,
we can help youf
We know we can
save you time and
anxiety and we be
lieve we can save
money for you.
Consultation is free.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
JOH, 'TWAS ALOVELYlMARATHON JACKSON
SHARK HUNT, BUT -
All Went Well Lll They
Found There Was
Tales of aharkhiiiillng ptotcd all too
alluilng to a party of mallhlnlH In he
parsed by jvHlenlny, and, In tonse
ipienee a launchload of new ai rivals
stalled out lu search of the ravenous
dcnlrcns or lho deep In the early hours
of the moiiilng.
There tvns shark halt or ptory Im
agiiiable description, and siilllcient
tackle to put nn end to all of the man
eating monsters that eter kepi guard
over the submerged It ensures of a
southern sen. liter) thing In fact was
piotlded with one exrepllon.
With its load or eager sportsmen
tho launch headed fur tho slamplnn
ground of the sharks. Tackle una
Hindu leady, a defunct steed was cast
oterhoatd. ami the mighty fishermen
walled for the appeatauce of the omlii
mis. triangular (In.
They waited, and ttnlted and walled
but no shark made Ha appearance.
though the hunting party got farther
and farther fiom Inline. The situ be
gan to gel warmer, the scent of tho
bait became ninie acute. No shark
was to bo seen.
Klmilly one of the fishermen ex
pressed a deslie for rood. Tho mem
ber or the p. nly to whom had In en lu
I rusted the Job or protldlng precisions
turned deathly pale, so interested had
he been In Ihe collection or tackle,
that he had rot gotten all about ed
Then another flshernrin railed for
water. Consternation sixin reigned
Micro was none lu Ihe launch. Ktery
one was Immediately seized with a
timing thirst, sharks were forgotten
ami tackle was cast aside. Sloilea ol
shlpwiecked nritlners. dilflltig about
waterleis. in open boats rime to mem
or). I;:iili Ibheitiiiiu felt his tin oat
rongeslliig ami his tongue (inning
The odi'ilfetous halt, a short time
ago Die pride and jot or the part)
ipilckly hi'cume n tiling abhorred. Sup
pose Ihe imichiner) of the launch
should Inenk down. How long would
II be possible. Io hiirtlve lu the hi oil
ing sun without water? tr all went
well, would ll ho possible to roach
shore bcrorp the pitiless sun shoiild
sap the vitality ot all th" eager sports
men tvlm. but ii few s'hoif lfo'tirHliero'ip"
had left home so full or spirits.
Tlie bow ul tho launch v.nn pointed
homeward, high speed wun usorted Io
and llnall) tile llii-.t crazed llsh ion
set rmil on le-rn III iiki uud lit out fin
lho nearer! water rnurct A row hours
lalei. Willi Un pings ol hunger and
tlilr t msiiaged. Ihe spoilsmen were
ready lu till all uh.uif ih slunk that
got aw ly.
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things for the table contain
no benzoate of soda or other arti
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guarantee on the label.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS
Hawaiian Iron Fence
ALMOST GETS SHOT
And Officer Apana Is
Beaten Up With
Nigel Jackson or Mnratbon fame
came very near passing In lit cheeks
on Saturday night, or rather e.ulv Mine
lay inornliig. A bullet passed through
a rug he had thrown around titm as ho
rushed down stalra to InveiiUato a
low Hint was In progress.
"It wis abii'it 2 o'clock on Pttnday
morning that I wat. aroused by a ter
rible fight going d.i lu tho hncnicm if
the building III ttlilcn I live, n.i Quo-'
and South stieel-i ' said Jack o:i this
morning. "I ,v ence jumpo'l out of
lied and selling .1 r -; Ihicw It around
myself and ran d.wn sl.iiia I tnshed
Inlo u rc.oPi and 'urn' n legttlar riot
going on. : v!r i,. , Ins around
and the 'urnltuip tv.m being used im
"Theic weio half a doPit i hep i m
cera present ami as I inn in pome one
fired ii nil it tthctlwr at ;ue m nil I
cannot say tii.l !. i buht passed
Ihrough i.iy ruir, jurt nn ler my i.nn I
though at first lb it I wis hit for Mite,
and ran nut onto the street, l-'lndlug
Hint I was not wounded, I returned to
the room and there, saw Apana, (ho
Chinese detectltc, with his mouth nit
cut upon. There was u family living
In the adjoining rootn nnd as at least
three shots were llreil It Is a wonder
nobody was killed."
Inquiries at the Police Station elic
ited tho Information that Parker, the
negro who was shot sometime ago by
Harris, the bad-man nigger, was In
custody on a charge or assaulting Apa
na Willi a but lie. The police discov
ered Parker, who had lied as soon ns
i elnfoi cements arrived, on Sunday
tuoinlng iistepp in Knwalnhao ceme
tery, mid nt onee arrested him.
Apaun Isorfdiit) today but Is Improv
ing ami will lie about lu a few days.
Parker has an uiisatory lepiitntlou and
(lie suggestion has been undo that he
bo allowed to lenve the country. The
case will come up holme .ludgu An-
drade tomorrow morning.
THAT flOAD ROLLER
The road toller that Is to draw lho
ten-ton bolter from Kaliiina to Ahul
liianu Htnited on Its way from Kanuohe
this morning There seems Io be much
excitement liter the movements of
this load roller among the people or
Hie other side or the Island. It is re
potted lhat while the roller Is on Its
tour abtoiiil it Is to ho In charge or a
special engineer and not the tegular
man emplo.ted b) the County, l'ur
Ihermoie there hate been rontllctlng
ropotts iih Io whether It had been mil
ered to do the hauling or not. .Major
Kern apie:rrs Io liate given an order
Tor It Io not lio used, lint Supervisor
Qulnn went oter to Ihe other side yes
terday unit gate Instructions tor tho
i oiler to go on, and this morning It
rtarled, hacked by written unlets.
Whether It will meet with n counter
order or au Injunction beroro It gota
theie remains to ho seen.
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nets office. These aro the telephone
numberi of the Bulletin office.
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