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From San Franelscr.:
Nippon Slaru Juno 8
For Snn Francisco:
China June 1
Mn km ii fuiio 2B
Aoinugl Tiino 23
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care to have it known that they have
property to rent, advertise in the
Bulletin and find Rood tenants,
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VOL, XI. NO 4320.
8 PAOES.-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, JUNE 1. 1909. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TAFT TOUCHES KEY-EXPOSITION IS OPENED
TENNEY GIVES FACTS AISD FIGURES
MR. TENNEY DEMONSTRATES DECREASE IN
NUMBER OF $I8-A-M0NTH MEN ON PLANTATION
Kahuku Men Discharged ja lt tttttxu .. n :J n M n fl :t n u :, SJ n ts B SJ a lf :t lt :J M n tt n n
And All is qjiet
'I ho nn Japanese iIIhWiiiirciI In Kn
liiiku liuilnlloi will ixi unlit off Itxt.iy
iiml loau llic pinimen. Tin- olliuriti
Japanese of the pliiiitallmi have ilccld lJ
i'il Hint Hit) will mil leave out ol nym "
palhy fur these men although lheyM
lllKNilC I III llll HO III IHIU tllllC There
In a gi licinl reeling I lull Hicko wtirlirm
left to HirlUSOlVCH would gladl) I fl in II
On other plantations of thin Islam!
the strike cnnilltlons ri'imilli iiliimt llio
came. At Wal.iliiit, tin' Kawnlloii nii'ii
will imqucHiloiiiilily lio given iinipl"
piotccllou finin llio Thug clement
wht'ii llii' ii'liiin In wiirk.
I'.wii pi inliilliin In running ullli fl
liiimlii'il mi. I firt Rtrlke bicakcm add
nl In IIk fmcc of icguhir men other
Hum Japanese. Onliu plitiitxllim run
tlniics in h.mest iiml grind Un cine
llmiiitiilii Is running iiIiiiik well mid m
now handling Hn pumps wild mi'ii fnun
iiiiiiiiik tlin legiilnr plantation force.
Walanae As Uiu.il.
Mmiigcr Meyer r W.iIiiiiiip w-ih I"
town today mill rfioi Ih everything -jn
IiIk i l.iiit.illiin running vllhoiit llic wig
nchlloii of it change fnun iikiuil rondl
tliniH. Nothing on IiIh pluntntlon nug
Renin Iiml llii'iv over was or ever will
lie ii hIiIKi Hutu in anywhere, else.
1800 Men Wanted.
Ah Hie fortes on llio plmilalloiiH arc
being oignnl7cil mine ipKii tiinlty of
fun for uttlki- lnrukern. The Plant
ers' I.iiIhm' Ilniemi repoitH that lt riu
take eighteen lniiidinl men each dn
at S1..10 Sumo of Hie men fiom Hit
(iiiIUIiik heel Ions fl ti I It IiuihikhIIiIp t
get to the rail) train on account of tin
limn at which the It.iplil Transit en,
start It In planned to run xecliil e.L'H
for tlieni IT II can he in landed
The latest phase of the Agitator c-iin-
)i iIkii Ik lo ntt'irk the lap.ilioso ('tuiMll
Tliux far llici liaxe called him nntliinir
mine than liHomieleiit Iipliiiiko he nan
tiikeu a slum! fin law and order.
"llio leaileiH of the high-wage ihso
elatlou me mill hopeful of their nil"
cchh In the end The claim Hiariliey
ran ki op up the light between c pltal
mill lahoi luilellliltely.
"Hosh" .Makllio. who nlnaVH a)n
HiIiikh In IiIh iii favor. kI.Hih that n
Millie pi ik laliiiitlon will In
$18 Man Is Fading
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Mr B. I). Tetiney I'iphIiIpiiI of llio i:n l'l.int.itlon Conip.iny.
mailo the folli)wltiK',ll,l,'"1;lil lixlny. tt
The RJHteni ofContrnrtH. which In gradually hut Kiirely kiitkciI- M
IiiK Mil) lnhor iinclll'" remiltlliK effect upon Hie earuliiKH of our Japan- tt
cue l.ilmrcm, Ih liwlrnliil ers nicely liy n comparlKon of the April tt
Uilmr Stiileinyt "t Kn Pluntatloii for the p.mt Ihreo jimrM. tt
Tin u"r oinployed at llic $IK) w.iru rale wim In tho tt
month of tt
Alitll. 1007 85S t' tt
April. 10IIK 553 men tt
April. I9HU J)1 men tt
a ill en-ii1 In two jciii-h of ."37 I I Tim iimtiirh wiirun eanii'd t it
month -,i ili')'H liv nil Japanene ineii, wonien and children em it
pln)eilon Hie I'l.intiitlon were. In tt
Al'tll. 1!7 ."518.31 it
April. 11108 $21.01 it
April. ISM)!) $23.10 tt
mi icie.iKe In t-Mi )enrH III the nuritK tuoiithly earuliiKH of M K it
At IiIh rate or pnisreHHloii. In a comparatively fhort time, the nhle tt
IkmIimI, iiuiIiIHoiii II ty liihoier will ho n HiltiR of Hi0 pal. Tinla) tt
tin rink of this clans are I ircely tundo no of tniimletilH or Inef- it
flijenl men. who ii-illy earn far Ii-hh than they nro paid. tt
POLICY OF PEACE'S
Prof. Sw.ft of Tokio
"I'llme llii. Ilihidoiit of till Imperial
AdUhtny Hoard, who Mirreenl 1'rlnee
Ynni.iKHtii, will riirllier oniinHla the
peace Killcy In Japan I'rbco Kania-I
KatH will look after thu miliary Klilc !
of thu Kmplrc."
Piof. J. I. Swift -of IhoTokhl 1m
peil.il UnlturMly. who iriUed this
moiuluK In the HteaniHlilpChlua (omi
.Inpiili. Ik (ho iiuthoilty fir the aline I
Btalemeut. lie naiil that tie JiipuilHe,
KOMinuieiit wim alwnyii looklim' Tori
lieace and on that .iccouit Prince till
wim once more nnkcil hylhe HmpiVr
iniuicil in u In mecpl the I'icHldencylif the lnipi-
.efficient KPiier.il In thu L'mplro. In tho
! hrnliiH of the liip.inene Army, lie will
have tho fiipremo manaRenicnl of tho
iiuperini nrmy, while I'rlnco Ho. the
client HtnteHiimii of Japan, and one
i tuiwt notnhle Htiiteninen In tho
world today, will Imik after tho affalrn
of the Slate. Without his appnunl.
nolhliiK ran ho done hy tho Kovern
nient. Thi-Hii two well known lenderH
of .liip.in will certafnl) further empha
size the peace iillry.
I'rof Swirt In well known In Japan.
IiiuIiir lived there for the last twenty
)enrn He, iircnnipcnlcd hy IiIh nun.
In takliiR a nunilier of )iiiiiik nirn to
the rnlli-RcH In the Hulled States.
Aiuoiik the ounR men In Mr Mltjiiil
urn of the well known Mlutil family or
few (I.ijk. lie hii) that nicHiin tu
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lal Advlniry llo.ud
l'rluco Yauiiig.ilii, probild) Hie mm
Made in New York
IflHg 5 J
tuivv ' Z
a m m
u tiU m
if B ul TJIPI
V. . u JV J -
Arc the acme of style, artistic work
nnnship and fine materials.
Worn by correctly dressed men
(vcrywherc. Enormous summer
ttock iust arrived and ready for the
inspection of the gentlemen of this
The Kash Co.,
Cor Fort and Hotel Sts.
fllftijRfnhmln r, G AAKtRS
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FOR EUROPE TODAY
A J Camplicll, Hpcclal nRent of
tho llo.ud ofMiuinlRratlou, will null
tonlRht on tho China Tor tho main
land, on route for Kuropo.
Cumpholl rocs to arrunRO for tho
(otnlnp; of ImtnlRianU. ills flmt ot
Jecthe iiolnt In tho Azoren. Krom
there h will ho cutded In hlu
course much h) coiiiIIIIoiih uh he
Tho Hoard of Immigration him
hamllcapiiod Campliull with ii.it fowr
InstriictioiiH He has heon dlrrctcil
In lake special care not to mako any
MatcmentH to pronpi-ctlro Imml
Rrnntn which may bo lonalrucd Intor
an mlsieprpsenlatloiiH, hut otherwlno
ho has hern loft with practically n
wwsi-1" . -mmmnm
f-f , "li ik ". 1 M btfr tM h iN r h I
tt ll 1 '" "t ,w MiuapMMM i iht in I
ti"?wi poo aisi'i
Has at its command the ex
perience and knowledge at
tained by its many years of
active and continuous busi
ness in all
Trust and Fiduciary
Such experience will prove
vaiunnie to you.
X.C M.rA4. .a f.
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A. Y. P.
SEATTLE, Wash., June 1. The
Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition
was formally opened to'lny w"n
elaborate ceremony and a tremend
ous crowd of Washington people,
with a great number of excursion
ists from all over the country, was
The Fair was opened at the noon
' hour, President Taft touching the
gold telegraph key by which the
electrical sparks that threw the
cate wide was transmitted.
Admiral Ijichi and Admiral Seb
ice were the special cuesti of the
occasion, and J. J. Hill, head of the
lercat Hill railway system, delivered
the principal address. Salutes were
fired by the Japanej e and American
warships in the harbor.
8KATTI.K. Wash.. May 30. On
Tuesday, thirty minutes after the
stroke of noon. President William
II. Tuft. In the Whllo House at
Washington, will prcsa a Jeweled
tclcRruphcr'n.kny ami flash to Seat
tle tho mes!iaKctl ill will open to the
world tho Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc ex
position. Tho exposition Is ready, and Seat
tle awaits the signal, for tho north
western metiopollH han nindo good.
For the first time In tho history of
tho world's fairs thcro will ho pre
sented a finished exposition on tho
day announced. The music, speeth
nuikltiR,' tho hlg festivities which
tho northwest han planned for the
opening day will not ho punctuated
with the rap of tho hummer or
marred hy the nlcn of tho tuneful
Seattle Is filled almost to the
point of overflow with sightseers
awaiting tho Initial event Hy far
tho larger part of the crowd lias
gathered from Washington and the
Neighboring stntos, but thrre aro
thousands of tourists from the At
lantic seaboard and tho middle cast
who have been attracted not only
from their homes but from the vari
ous points of intrcst In California
Tho city Itself Is dressed for llio
carnival as ncer before. Tho Can
yon streets nro festooned with elec
tric lights nnd everywhere there Is
bunting, picked out with tho expo
sition emblem, Kvcn the boats In
tho harbor aro decked out In tho ex
position colors and tho Japanese and
Anierlcun flceta aro keeping open
house to all visitors.
Now that the exposition Is spread
and Seattle has had a chance to look
It over, It Is realized for tho first
time Just how big a show It is. There
have been somii Inrgo sounding
claims m:i do for It In advance and
a good bit of boasting that may hawi
sounded fullsome, but It Is n fact
that thorn Is everything hero that
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PASCA00ULA, Miss.. June 1.
A silver service from the people of
the state was today presented l,e
FIFTH CAVALRY ON PA MMm DIMfO
PRACTICE MARCH WHIIWLU rlWLO
HIT BY SENATE
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't the
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. 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,
Six Troops Are Making
Round of This
Six ttoops of tho Kit in Cavalry,
stationed nt Rchoflcld Uarracks, aro
making a practice march today. Sup
plied with a full day'H latlons, nnd
equipped with full sen Ice kit, tho
tlx hundred troopers left their quar
ters at Lcllehua this morning for a
day In tho open
Th.it a mine coiniiletn lilp.i mnv
bo had of the topography of this Is
land from a military standpoint, the
command tins heen illvlileil Inln throe
columns, each of whkh will march
In n different direction,
Tho lollonlni; order wns published
ht Schnneld llarrackn estent.iv'
Scbofleld Uarracks, Honolulu, . T.,
May 31. I9U9
(Jeneral Orders No. 7.
I Tomorrow. Juno 1st. tin, Irnnn
with the uxceiitlon of the old ami ni.tv
guard, will make u one it.iv nriirilni
march In three columns,
I.cinlnuieuf All arnin h:hI,IIu.
packed, one cooked meal In kaiMln
Uniform Tor offliorn. khaki: for
enlisted men, khaki breeches, olive
drub shirts; campaign haln for all.
Time or March: 7(30 a. ni;
Thu first column. eoribtkHhv nf
Troops I) and I., under commnnrl nf
Cillitnln Jonlfln. ulll ..n...i ... ...
........ ...,,,, iiwi-VM 117 U1U
west iner (no KojeKolo Pass U tho sea '
shore on tho Walanao side.
Tho second column, consisting of
TriKipn K and C. under command of
Captain Wllllard, will proceed to tlo
south to Walli.ihu on the north rI,i nf
Pearl Harbor ami return by any roads
lounq uiong tho east root of (ho Wala
The third column, consisting of
ftYirMu M .....I ( . . .
.."", ... nu ,,, miner cummann oi '
Captain Scales, will proceed by (lot I
ernment unad to tho seashore on the
north Pie In tho direction of Waltnea,
Commanding onUers wilt ei,reu
particular caru to .-mil, I irwiii.. ...-
damago to private prtpctt. The) will
obscrto and report tixn tho churacturl
of tho mndn, tho existence of (iossihlo
ennitilni- ,.ln.u tvltt, ..u.....i.., A I
...,.... ,...... a ..,,,, uni.-iiu, rviercnco
to wntor. grass and guel, and tho ac
cosslbllKy of tho beaches.
II)- order of Colonel Schuyler
B. A. STUnflKH.
Captain and Adjutant Dth Cavalr),
K. A. STHIir.l,
Captain and Adjutant, nth Cawilry.
HARRIMAN TO EUROPE.
NEW YORK. Jan. 1 T; Vt U.r.
riman, the railroad magnate, sailed
looay i or Europe, it is expected
that he will be gone at least three
"Senate voted canned pineapple duty twenty-five per cent subject
to limit twenty-five per cent sugar content. Fresh pine postponed."
This Is the text of n cablegram
leeched this morning from (S II.
McCletlau by tho phicapplo Interests
of the city, II means that the duty
on canned pines ns It passed the
House tnwirnbly to Hawaii's lutei
ests, Is defeated. Hut there Is some
gain over present conditions. The
future hope or Hawaii In In tho
Tho Sennto hill means a duty of
twenty-Mvo per rent Mdrnlorcm on
canned pineapples with twcnt)-lle
er rent of sugar In the preserving
Juice. Under the present law there
Is no definite figure placed on Hto
sugar In the preering Juice, so tho
limitation In nunc gain nil hough It
allows the Singapore pineapple Im
porters lo bring their pines up to a
higher standard lit. artlllclal means.
What Hawaii wauls Is u duty ot
one rent pet pound ami thlrty-ftvn
per cent nihatoreni on nil pines p re
sen cd In sugar, and twent)-flvc per
cent nitrnlorem on pines prcserted
In (heir own Julie
I'ndor the Semite scheme, Hawaii
does not get the roll benefit of the
superior quality of Its fruit wlicn
presorted In its natural Juices "" 5
00EPPIN0EN, Germany. June 1.
Count Zennelin comnMel th nr.
essary repairs of his airship and pro-
ceeuea on bis way to Fredrichafen.
50 Acre Tract Secured
The Ileal ICstale tixrhango nf this
city are preparing the organization
of the Wulalao Cemetery Association
lo take over tho lift) -acre cemetery
slto at Wiilnlac recommended u few
jours ngu by the Hoard of Health as
suitable In every respect for ceme
tery purposes. Tho Association will
be Incorporated for 150, 000, divided
Into CiO.OOO shares ut a par valuo of
one dollar each, fully paid, non
assessable, and non-dvldend paying
Tho stock will be sold In connec
tion wl'h tho burial riles. Tho plans
or 'ho Association will be patterned
altci one of tho largest cemetery Hu
ddles In tho t'nlted States. A
crematory and mortuary chapel will
he erected. Urlvownys, arches,
walks, fountains nnd lawns will be
artistically arranged by un expert
from tho mainland In mako the slto
ona of Honolulu's garden spots.
When called upon by tho reporter,
A. V Gear, bccrctary of tho Ileal Ins
tate Hxchange, hud tho following to
bay: "Everybody knows that Hono
lulu Is In need ot a large, modern
icmctcry within u convenient dis
tance from the city, nnd tho object of
the Waialao Cemotcry Association is
to supply nil classes of people, rich
nnd poor ullko, nt moderate prlceH
with tho very best cemetery accomo
dations for all time to romo. All
tho profits to bo derhed from burial
lltcB und othcrwlso aro to bo re
tained by tho Association and prop-
irly Intcsted to provide an Income
for tho upkeeping of tho grounds,
nil thereby exempting tho burial
riles owners and stockholders from
nil) dues or assessments, Tho prop
erly Is lurgor than tho combined
area of all tho burial grounds In tho
city ii ud with Its nxcqllont soli nnd
beautiful location, tho association
will establish a cemetery that the
city of Honolulu wl ho proud of.
CHILDS ENDS LIFE '
Carpenter Blows Off Top
Of Head With
Krank St. Chllds committed sui
cide last night In his loom at tho
Chlug Wo block, I.lllha street. Tho
deceased wan about fifi or f0 )ears
of age, and was u carpenter by trado.
He had lately been employed on tho
building of tho Umpire Theater and
was considered an export man at
Last night between 10 and 11
o'clock a muflleil report wiih heard
by the people who room next to
Chllds, but no notice was taken, us
the noise was thought to have been
canned by a flrrcrncker.
However, as llio old man did not
put in un appearance ut work this
mo-nlng, and was not to be seen
about the place, his room was open
ed and ho wan found fully dressed
lying on n cot. A revolver wns
clutched in his right hand and a
handkerchief wan tied around the
muzzle of the weapon The hand
kerchief acted oh a muffler und mucin
tho report of the gun sound faint.
The deceased had evidently plac
ed tho revolver to his mouth and
pulled tho trigger. Tho tnpiof his
bend whh nearly blown off, and
death must liava been Instnntnneous.
Chllds han been In bad health lately
and suffered n lot from stomach
trouble. Ho Is said to haa been
despondent nnd Is alleged to hnvo
made n statement to tho effect that
at one time ho had been confined to
an Insane nsylutn on tho const. Ho
had received an Injury lo his head
which had uiado him suffer from de
lusions. Deputy Sheriff Ilosu han arr.ini:cd
for an Inquest to ho held this eve
ning nt the Police Station.
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