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At 120 Kinpr Street, Honalulu, Tciritory of Hawaii.
Daily every dnv except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
I Eciitorliil Rooms,
Trust me, Scholar, it is the part " ulitalii from iilnnlntlon KourocB.
of wisdom to spend little of you; The strike cannot he settled till
time upon the things that vex and li- ARititmr ami the TIihk are ellml
Dnirer vou. and much of vour time imteil Tin- iiiiihi i?o.
upon the thinps that brine J'u
quietness and confidence and good
cheer. Henry van Dyke. i
Hawaii nhould renew lis light for
protection with Increased tlgor. It
rim (curc xuppurt rot Uk Infant In
dustries ml li Uliiltlitf put all
alouK the line.
Ik It portable that the Agitators
pml TIiurh mi far rontrol Hie Bit li i
tlun that sulilclent procterllon enn
not be Khi'n leputuble Jupaiicric
workmen who are hiixIoiik to leturs
The lemon dut that the Senate
tin handed fillfornla ni'iump.inleil
b) the nr n ' n. i the pineapple ililty.
makes tli n-apple men of Iluwall
feel til at . fornta got the duty and
Hawaii win handed the lemon.
President Taft may not be st tenu
ous In the fivquonry with which hi,
tires totneone out of the White House
window, hut he larks none of the
qualities of ,i tlrsl-clnss fighter
when It dimes to standing "I1 for a
rtriiug mivy and no decreaHe In the
Judged from thu statement of Mr.
Tenney. the furoie or the AgltntorH
over 1S month bus Increased to
proportion as thu number of men
turning the MS tate has decreased,
A rew spot-light fuclx quickly ex-
pose to the public the b.isls of false-
hood on which the Agitators have
csttilillslied iheli campaign lor it prl-
AGITATORS AND THUGS.
Agitators and Thugs, thtough
theh filemlH who !..iu hltheito
worked In secret, pint est against be-
lug kipt 111 the fun mound They
Intir the) might be mistaken for
Thlb Is Inteieiitlug as showing thf
tteud) weakening of 'lie dlsrepula
hie eleiiunt that litis been agitating
for mouilis and constantly preach
ing violence in bolster the strike.
Aglt.tlois me leiipoiihihlc for mis
leading the leputnblu Japanese
winkers who lu.ve gone ou strike
Thugs are the agents and thu tools
.of the Agitatoi u
Thu whole combination has been
mi thoioughly exposed and Is rac
ing such Just deseits ut thu hands
or the suppoitcis ot law and order
Hint It Is not suipiislng now to find
it putting words In the mouths
of disreputable grafting white men,
some citizens and others not, calling
lor a respite fioin icferenco tu who
mid what stinted the strike and who
Mid what keeps It alhe to date.
Seventy-five per cent or the .lap
tiueso foiced out of their plates on
thu plantations would ictiiiii lo
work today If It wete not for the
Thugs who ate following the dlicc
tlons or the Agitators.
The term "forced out" Is used ad
visedly. A greater number of tin-
willing striken) could not ba round
than three-rourths of the Japanese
who have left their work on Ouliu
. The Agitators have advocated vio
lence f I om the outset. The hasty
repudiation of acts or violence fools
no one. The blow that felled tho
Kwa Japanefcu who asked nothing
moi e than tho privilege of proceed
ing with Ills work was a direct nnd
ceitaln icsult of the campaign car
ried ou by the Agitators. The
strike conditions are today pcrpot-
uuted solely by the Incendiary
siieeches or the Agitators, hacked up
by the spoken nnd Implied tlneat at
Natuiuily the tquad or cilmina1
grafteis who originated the sttiko
uud aie striving to keep It alive fee'
very much Injured that constant
public attention should bo directed
to thu Agitatoi and Thugs tespousl
hle fur thu outrageous wrong that
has been done the honest woiklng
nien of the plantations. Natutally
they niake their opinions known tu
their agents of the American pi ess
and tho shysters teady to furnish
them with such Information as llioy
Entered tt the Postoffir at Honolulu
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.JUNE 1, 1009.
ILLINOIS' NEW SENATOR.
According to the Chicago Dnll)
NY ux, CongieKstuuu I.orlmer of Chica
go, whom the Illinois Legislature elect
ed United Slates Senator, Is no re
former of the Hoosevell t)pe
The Nevs commented editorially on
.Mr l.oilmei'M hlparllsan cumikiigii In
the follow mi; lei Ills imiiJ III the mouth
"On the eighty ninth Joint ballot for
I'nltcd Slates Senator in the Illinois
general ussi'tnlil yesterday Senator
McKhaln oted for William Lotiuier.
This circumstance, small In Itself, has
no slight meaning to those who have
watched the game which the congress
man from the tltli district and his hl
parllsan associates have been playing
in Sprlngllcld out since early lust
"With the klndl aid or Ills old com
rade In political warfare, Roger Sulli
van, mid of that cnniinander'H so-called
TVpiori title following. Mr. Uirltner
elecied the speaker of the house and
organized that body, mainly with dem
ocratic otes. He has stood In the
mi) of the re-election of Mr. Hopkins,
though thi.t rather unattractive candi
date has thu steady supixirt of n largo
majority or thu Hepubllcan members
of I he legislature and the Indorsement
r u plurality or the Hepubllcan tors
or ll'lnois. For months, through eighty-
six wearisome and Inglorious ballots
Mr. l.oi liner and his fldus Achates,
Itoger Sullivan. Iiuu clung to their
policy of demoralization and dlslnte-
"These past masters of the art of In-
decent politics lime striven steadily
to so (hc.ipeu the gie.it ofllce of Unit
ed States Senator and so disgust the
people or the State with tile luWly of
l.oilmer-Sulllvnn men In the leglsluturo
tmt hoIiiIIuii or the specially con-
structed deadlock no mutter how Ig-
noble, would be lolenled by II long-
sulTeiliig comnioiiweallh They have
permitted 'e'tl-l tlo-s nl thelts to slls
i(iit lor tlie of.e vlihli I haiiii mid
Dougl-is liel.l mid 'i. wlil-P Ahrilrun
l.lnci.lu v.ilnly aspM" I men from whom
am Kelf-iespectlug clllzeu wiiiild till II
nwny In scorn.
"Now Mr. I.orlinei and IiIh rrtenil
Sullivan mo eunieslly tilng to count
enough otes aiiiiuig Hie Democratic
inemberB if tllo leglslntliro to elect
l.orimer to the Simile with thu aid or
the hauiirul of Itepiibllcaus they utu
Iible to conliol. The D.illy Newa does
not bullevo thu scheme will succeed."
Tllo News was wrong In Its predic
tion. The question now Is: Whom
does Lorlmer represent? Since the
News knys lie Is neither Republican
nor Democrat we may learn from Col
lier's Weekly that lie is the represen
tative or the Chicago "System,"
; CONSTRUCTING THAT
Woili ou the construction of an em
biinkiui'iit lor the Wulmca river, which
rr t eitBt t,ri, sessions of' thu Log-
Islature has been Representative She!
don's iut liobby, has been cointuunceil
by tho contractor, and Kauai Is once ,
more sawd. Sheldon tried hard thls
session, the same us hu did two ears
ngo, to get an additional appropriation
for tills embankment, but fulled. Il i
now npiwhrs mat there Is money
enough available for the work, anyway.
oven without tiny additional approptla
Hon. lint It's a shatno that Kauai
didn't vet the iiieasuie through. The
failure broku her otherwise teifect
UlTrHrCflM I flCCQ
fill I UlUllllUll LUuCO
SUIT FOR DAMAGES
John Colbtirn this morning received i
a wireless message, from Attoinoy Ash-1
foul, lepiisentlug tho plaintiff, saying
that Wing Wo had Just secured u er
diet or U'HUO, at Kiiliua, In his Milt
against the Hutchinson Plantation
r!nmii!iiiv Tlilu lu nn.t tt n 1,111, ili.tr ttt
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suns growing out ot aiiegou violations
or planting contracts. Attorney Stan
ley appealed lor tho defendant corporation.
Own a Chicken
Fioperty consists of a modern 6
100m 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,
netting fences, etc.; alligator pear
trees, bananas, papains, mulberries
and other varieties of trees are now
growing on place. A stream of run
ning water through place, which is
used for irrigation. Price $3,250.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
CHESTER DOYLE TO
00 ON THE TRAILi
Chester Doyle thlH morning relin
quished Ills position us Japanese In
terpreter or the Circuit Court null
was commissioned by Governor Krcar
Deput) High Sheriff under Mr.
This urrnngement Is but tempor
ary, howeer, as I)o)le will resume
his position ns Interpreter when the
strike Is over. Ills appointment as
Deputy High SheilfT Is to enable him
to take active part in the effort to
capture and punish those of thu Jap
anese who lira Intimidating their
lountrymen and preventing them
hum going to work.
Doyle's appointment is nn tnilica
tlnn that the authorities intend to
telnx their vigilance In no particu
lar and Hint they aru going after the
Intltuidators and rulllans who resort
to the club and tllo heavy wooden
clog as n nieaiii of persuasion. Al
ready ten of those who wcro con
cerned In the brutal attack on (illchl
are under nrrest, and their cuses
will be brought to the attention of
the (Ira nil Jury, according lo a state
ment made this morning by County
The bunch of boys who were urrest
imI for gambling yesterday were not
employes of the I'eter Messenger ser
vice, hut of another concern.
THE KINAU and Noeau will leavo
for Kami! and Molokal this afternoon
at fl o'clock
Home site in Manoa Valley. Three-
fourths of an acre fronting on upper
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue.
Location affords an uninterrupted
view of Manoa Valley, Diamond Head
and the sea. This property is the
best buy in Manoa Valley at $1,600.
We have another building lot, a
little smaller, but just as good value,
17,000 sq. ft. fronting on East
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue,
convenient to car line; good eleva
tion, good soil. Price $1,000.00.
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Mnsazine Street 27.00
Bcretania Street 40.00
Young Street $50.00
Prospect Street 40,00
Fort and Merchant Streets.
i MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
V5l tys xScCfr"" i3 .-
Bring your watch to, us
if it does not keep Uod
time. We are expert witch
H. F. Wichman & Co.
WHY IS A DEPUTY
SHERIFF, OR IS HE?
I Is a deputy sheriff u dopitty of th"
High Sheriff? This question was
laised this morning hefoie Judge
Whitney by. Attorney W. T. Haw
llns, wlio appeared on behalf of S.
Nadu, the defendant In ejectment
pioceedlngs brought by V. K. Archer.
The summons called upon thu
High Sheriff or Ills deputy, or the
Sheriff of the City and County of
Honolulu to make service. It was
sent, to Demity Sheriff John Kernun-
, dcz of Hwa for service, and he served
t "n ti,0 defendant,
, """"n "lovc'1 ,"' ,i,ia ,llc ?
vlco ,n "' K'"1""1 tl"u ll w'lB llle-
snl. The deputy sheriff of Uwu. he
Ha'8' ' neither a doputy of the
'fi' Sheriff nor of thu City hud
count) Sheriff, ami consequently
the service wiib not In accordant
with the terms of the summons.
Should tho Judicial decision sup
port Itawllns' contention, theid
would be u lino mix-up In thu mattef
of obtaining service of papers, an
tho whole system would bo upsef.
It Is piohablo that tho question will
Remnants ! !
Sale of short lengths of
Silks and Woolens begins
Tuesday, June 1st,
at 8 o'clock,
Thu Important question of wheth
er or not an Inheritance tax Is due
jpon tt.insfer by will or n non-resident
decedent or shares oi stock In
domestic corpoiatlons was decided
this morning by Judge Robinson In
th ainrmatlvu and In favor of the
Territory. The question arose la
connection with the matter of the
estate of Mary Danio Hall.
Upon thu hearing o the final ac
counts or the ancillary administrator
with the wilt annexed and petition
for the distribution of the estate or '
null! deceased, within the Jurisdic
tion or this court, and the discharge
of said ancillary administrator, the
question arose as to whether or not
an Inheritance tax is due to the
Territory upon the transfer li will I
of the deceased, a non-tesldent of
the Tcriltory at the time of her
death, of certain shales or the capi
tal stock or certain corporations oi-
gaulzed, incorporated and existing
under and by virtue or the laws or
the Tuitttory or Hawaii, the same
being n portion or said estate sub
ject tu distribution. The, question
thus presented was submitted to the
(milt for Its consldeiutlon and de
cision. The Judge, quoting fioin a
Massachusetts case, sajs:
Theie can bo no doubt that stock
In a corporation organized under tho
aws or tills commonwealth is prop
irty within the Juilsdlctloii or the
cimmonwealtli. Such corpointlon,
blng in a sense a citizen or this
sbte, and having tin abiding plate
lite ukln to the domicile or u nut
tirl peiscin, Is subject to the Jurls
dUlon or Hie commonwealth, and
Is i fact within the commonwealth
Till stoi Lholder.s tile tho piopilelois
of he cot potation, which Is itself
the uoprletor of tho property owned
nndiised for tho ultimate bencllt of
Tb court now finds and decides
thatthete Is duo fiom thu legatees
uudi said lust will and testatum!
to tl- Territory of Hawaii for tud
on mount of said shines of the tap
Ital tock or bttth corporation an In
herllnce tax payable in the tnnn-
ner a I in amount nt tho rate mi the
value lieio affixed by tho provllliilis
of Ac 1(12 or the Session Luwi or
1805 i the Territory of Hawaii.
Acllr Siiierlntendeiit of Public
Woiks luegel has recehed an appll
cation Inn the I.ahalim Market Com
pany foa maiket lot on tho titer
front tilth of thu wharf. Thu com
pany prices that If It can get n 21
year lent. t villi erect a flno market
go to theiupicme Court for i flnnl
If y.u are having
collecng rents or
are inloubt as to
the salty of some
of you securities,
we canielp you,
We kow we can
save yo' time and
anxietyjhd we be
lieve vj can save
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n (jo) line and cuivc.
Wcll.bown New York and Lon.lon cuslom bootmakers
cJeMgncJ Uic models from wliicl. every one of thee Regal St)les
is built, lliey have a dUtinclivc custom appearsnee found in no
other ready-lo-weur tlioes. Moreover, they are made in quarter
sUcj, insuring you an exact fit and perfect comfotl.
Regal Shoe Store
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
. i m ii 1 1 wi i im j J - fm f'''
Hawaiian Iron Fence
JEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-190 KING 8-REET
Insist on Purity
TJEINZ 57 VARIETIES of good
" things for the table contain
no benzoate of soda or other arti
ficial preservative. Look for
guarantee on the label.
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For Infants and OhUdron.
The Kind You Have
Ot:r line of
sr.art new Rescl
:y!c his wen a .
rai.e trr.cr3 l!:e
esscd nun in
odels are smattcr
and tlicy iliow
tiyte in every
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