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CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY' NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
"pj t LEdiior.ul kooms, - 185
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How happy n he born or taught.
That scrvcth not another's will;
Whose armor is his honest thought,
And simple truth his utmost skill!
Sir Henry Wotton,
Oui ICv.iiircIIi.iI frifiiilH may al
ways lie ( rcilltccl with lioltic; kooO,
but lint iilvnH irntU'.il
Agitators and TIiiirr must go.
They nro In dellance nf law and or
der, and are today ctirrliiK u n
hold-till of reputable workmen
In the final iituilyeln. the people
want Rood roads, mid It politics In
terfile, they will visit I heir wrath
o minylhtiii; that Impedes result.,.
It would he we I to consider the
ninety blind I'Ikh mi Kauai, where
there are no .iloonx. before koIiik
Into ecu . ver prohlhltlon tor
Cnvalrj on a hike is nothing un
lliual. The I'lilted Slates regulars
nro not stationed In cuiups lo do
nothing more than twiddle their
Now that midshipmen are bailed
from getting married until they
grow up, the Incidents showing love
to he mightier than the law- will
There Is nothing hut the eussed
ness of Its own people to cheek Hon
olulu's prosperity. Though It lie
cliccKeil. Honolulu's prosperity can
not ha stopped
l'lllillclty for the facts oT the
plantation wage scale Is one of the
saddest blows the Agitators lime suf
fered. Tim JlS-.i-moiilh crj U h.is
cil on falsehood
' The public Is alwajs readv to pay
n fair pi be for good baseball, and
the sportsmen are nlvvuvs enlltled lo
borne return for the time they de
vote to the game.
livery dollar sent lo the Agitators
mid Thugs means so ni.inj more
weeks of ilcla.v In readjusting the
wages of i he deseivlng woriCtucn on
the sugar plantations.
Agitaiois and Thugs me behind
the scheme of blackmailing the Jap
anese sonant 01 Honolulu homes.
Kllmlnate I lie cause mm tho whole
trouble will iulckl he bioughl to
an cud. '
When tho Tehuanteper svstcnl Is
opened for passenger trullle tho Ku-
opean iiumlgiatloii business will hu
slniplllled fifty per lent and nil
American Interests In the I'aclfic
reap wondrous benellls.
Now that Secretary Ithodes bus
resigned, a number of the faithful ,
mid llliterillled will be lelleved ot
Ihe responsibility of digging up so
much per mouth to give the Mayor's'
tecrctary a good-sized salary. I
The letter or Theodore Richards
to Senator Coollm on local option
nml his Mile on the question fulls to
receive recognition In cither the res
olution piesented liy Mr. VY))ollcy or
111 his picllmltinry remarks.
II IW .L-.1IJJMI. I
Conservatives among the Japanese
losldents have an oppuitiinlty to
make tludr lulliiente fell fur law and '
order. When they stand for tliol
right In a erlils like the present, It
assures a bte.ulv development or
community spirit and co-operntlon
of nil elements fur the gmwth of
Protection for pines is a matter
that deceives the undivided atten
tion or liny man who believes in the
dlvorsllleatlon or ngiicultuiiil Indus
try Tor Hawaii. This Territory
could wall nfford to hear all the tin 1 -dens
protection of other varieties
might entail, in return ror this one
benefit, to say nothing of sugar.
As finally Interpreted, tho famous
.commodities decision of Ihe Kupioinoj
'Court Is tfi'ni tho United States Con-
rcisuMui.ini a .no
Tr Yr.r, ntierr In US I.oo
I'n Year, atijtttiere in Cftnada. I.Ao
I'erWaf t"llalil. loreiRn .... 3.x
fcotritil t lh PoslofTiCf Honolulu
trcnnd clan milter.
.JUNE 2, 1000.
KIOSK IlllR IlllttlUI lt 1(1 piCVCIlt mil-.
ro.iils from ovvnlni; io.il initio) anil
Hhlpplim tin- output In Competition I
Willi others, hut up lo ilutc bug not.
exercised It The present law in u
splendid exhibition ot how legisla
tors cu n fr.mic it new law that ran
cnsll) he defeated liy Indirect menus.
Coiitrlluitlons turned In to the Ag
itato and Thugs will accomplish
pnv tiling lull a speed) nihunrc In
the vvnKcs of honest Japanese labor
ers The larger part of Hie funds
will hau- to k toward paying lnw
ers' fees to keep the Agitators and
Thugs out of Jiill. Then there Is tho I
take-i ff that the Agitators consider
llieiusclvcjK Justllled In putting 111
their own pockets for luxuries
while the strikers live on n dwind
ling dull) ration of rice.
The figures given the public In
Tuesda's II u I I e t I n by K. I).
Tennev put the high-wage Agitator
before the public as the falsifier
thai he Is. and nl the same time
shows he Is discrediting the major
ity of the Japanese workmen by his
(oniinuoiis Sls-u-montli cry.
Of .sfij Japanese on Kwa planta
tion In Apill, 1307, who were re
ceiving lis a month, there were hut
2!M lecelvlng that wage April, l!M)9.
That means nearly bIx hundred
winkers have graduated from tho
J18 class through tho opportunities
for better wages offered by the plan
tation. What these opportunities amount
to Is shown In the further figures nf
.Mr. Tenney Hint wbcieas $18:fil wag
tho average wage of the Japanese In
Apt II of 190. tho average Increased
to JLM.H; for April. lnfi. when Iho
Agitators were busiest with their
These facts (onflrm the convic
tions of reputable citizens concern
ing tile high-wage Agitators. They
also show Hie Japanese laborers that
haw hollies and are being forced Into
the si -Ike by Thugs that they nro
being mad" Iho victims or n miser
The mainland movement to estab
lish the Italian Immigrants of the
agricultural class 011 the farm lands
or the oast Is meeting with very en
couraging results. Tho farms aro
IncrciMiig In value, and, what Is
quite us Important, a largo number
of families nro being saved from tho
degrading life of the city slums to
which so many thousands have pre
An authoilly on the subject says
tho consensus of opinion gathered
fiom the largest employers of Ital
ian farm labor throughout tho Unit
ed Slates is that, barring tho Chi
nese, ho outranks all oilier nation
alities mining to this country. Es
pecially Is this true of horticultural
nnd Intensive farming.
An Instance of what tho Italians
can do Is found In Krcdunla, Now
York, where lUteen years ago Chris
tenzo Saragosii, a Sicilian, nrrived
mid got wor has a day laborer.
He applied at tho canning fac
tory for work for himself and 11
friend from lliiffulo. They wore ac
cepted, but owing to a prejudice
against Italians which then prevail
ed lu r'rcdonln, Ihey wcio unalilo tu
seeiiio n house within two miles of j
the factory. Undaunted, thoy mov
ed In, and liy tho end of 11 year had
iiiudo themselves so well liked that
tho numerous Sicilian families which
followed found no dilllculty in secur
ing necessary housing Tho factory
attracted them only 11s a means to
an end. What really drew them was
the outlying land, suited to grape
riilturo. All that they could save
from their dally wago was invested
in laud and planted out lu vineyards,
Theie aro now 1,200 Lilians lu Kie
doula, many of whom own largo
vineyards Nearly all of thorn hnvo
cottages with gardens nttuclicd.
Tlieh places 1110 wall kept, and thoy
have 1 ulsed the stundaiil of farming
in that vicinity Amerluins hnvo
to hustle to keep up with them. Land
which kohl ten yeais ago lor $50
nnd $7! per acre cannot now he
bought fcji less than $230 per aero.
Own a Cliickon
Property consists of a modern G
room bungalow, with best modern
plumbing; 2 bedrooms; electric
lijrhtsj 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, papaias, mulberries
and other varieties of trees are now
Rrowini: on place. A stream of run
ning water through place, which is
used for irrigation. Price $3,250.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
There are 300 Italian children In Hie
grammar schools, ten in the normal
college and two hitvo received dip-,
lomns in IlitlTnloi one is a lawyer,
the other a phslclan. They have
built n Catholic church valued at
$2fi.onn. The foundation was dug'
und mason work done by labor con
tributed from men of the colony.
Fifteen years ago tho only Industry
In I'rcclnnla was one canning fac
tory. There are now two such fac
tories, six wine cellars and a manu
factory for macaroni.
What should particularly Interest
Hawaii Is the success of a benefit so
ciety In New Jersey that gave the
Italian Immigrant assistance until
he "got on his feet" and was well on
tho way to owning Ills own homo
The Italian of the agricultural
class Is well satisfied to cultivate .1
home nrca of from five to ten ncrcs
while winking for wages on adjoin
REASON FOR PROHIBITION.
I'ndcr the leadership of John (5.
Woolley, the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association has resolved (o us);
Congress lo prohibit I lie sale of li
quor In the Territory of Hawaii,
"for the reason"
"That tho presenre In the Terri
tory of an alien population of ovei
one hundred thousand, and or large
bodies ot nonvoting Boldlcrs and
sailors, makes It impossible for tho
small body of Hawaiian und white
citizens not exceeding H.000 vot
ers adequately lo police u trndo
so pernicious in Its tendencies und
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 tho
best buy in Manoa Valley at $1,600.
We have another building- lot, a
little smaller, but just as (jood value,
17,000 sq, ft. fronting on East
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue,
convenient to car line; Rood eleva
tion, good soil. Price $1,000.00.
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Maeazine Street 27.00
Berctania Street 40.00
Younp; Street $50.00
Prospect Street 40.00
Fort and Merchant Streets,
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
Brine your watch to us
if it does not keep good
time. We are expert watch
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
so Incorrigibly lawless In Its char
Tho II 11 I I 0 1 1 n hns 11 natural
admiration for the hoiirst mini who
stands by mi honest conviction, nnd
an equal sympathy for honest men
Tho reasons given for nsking pro
hibition in this Territory will not
appeal to any practical temperance
man. l-'lrst and foremost because
the alien population referred to
would he 11 thousand limes harder lo
handle und keep In n temperate
mood so far as Intoxicating liquors
aro concerned, under tho proposed
scheme or prohibition.
Tho Illicit stills now operated al
most entirely hy aliens would mul
tiply oven more rapidly than the
"blind pigs" lu tho County of Knual
since tho retail Ealoons ceased to ho.
Where 0110 man Is now required to
police the liquor trado 11 hundred
would be needed under prohlhltlon.
As for the largo bodies of non
voting soldiers and sailors, tho be
havior of null soldiers ana sailors ns
wo have hero now makes tho refer
euro to tho military und naval service
of tho United States contained In
this resolution a gratuitous Insult.
The resolution Is so framed Unit
It must dcre.it Us own supposed pur
pose. Great Reduction
This season's models.
Sale beg'ns Monday, June 7th.
SOON TO BE WAGED
.President Mott-Smltli will prob
ably cull a meeting of the Hoard of
Health for tomorrow, when ho will
hnvo n mass of routine to pill bo
fore the members.
One of the Important matters wilt
he the regulation under the recent
segregation law passed hy the Leg
islature. Mr. Mott-Hnilth has got
tills In shape and completed1 the lens
es for tho Kalllil station.
Hardly less Important is the work
to be done in connection wllh tho
nppropi laOcm for tho picvcnllon or
tho spread of tuberculosis. The
Legislature provided for Hits by wil
ing a lump sum Hint Is to he used
under the direction of the Mould of
Health. The aim of Mott-Snilth is
to get nil Hie organizations working
lo stamp out tuhci miosis together
und thereby secure lo-opcintton all
lilon glhe line The public funds
with the private funds should secure
n first-class campaign fund for a
MONEY WAITING FOR
,The Tcrilltiilal govcrnmcnti Is
paying off as fast as possible tho old
claims for which appropriations
were made by tho Legislature. Hut,
strange to say, some of the claim
ants seem to be In no hurry to step
up nnd get thotr money. They
would hotter niovo n little lively,
however, for the appropriations
lapse on June no, and nil the rlalmi
that ale not paid on hy that date
will have lo go over until another
Legislature meets, with tho possi
bility ot that body neglecting to ap
propriate ror them.
A MEETINGFOR ALL
Tho public m 0 cordially Invited to
attend tho rally this evening of the
Hvnngellcal Association in Central
Union Church at 7 30. Dr. Shi-Meld,
tho Speaker, Is President of 0110 of
fhlim'H great mlssloii-iry colleges and
0110 of the best known men tu au-l
around Peking. A clear speaker, hill
of Information, he Is widely esteemed
In America as well as lu China. The
Association Is very fortunate In hav
ing so slicing n representative for Its
mid-week mass meeting.
THOMAS JT 5 P. M.
Tho II. S. A. T. Thomas wirelessed
dial she would arrive In sirt this even
lug lit ." o'clock. She will depart at
X o'clock In the morning, Willi mall,
for Sun I'rnnclsoo.
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KAHULUI LIGHT MAY
Plans and Report Are
Now Being Dravn
Within 11 short time a lecommeuda
lion will probably ho tirule in regnd
to tho proposed lighthouse at Kahiilul
l'V.ns arc tow being diawn and a to
port formulated and Jtist us soon as
Ihe necessary da. 11 can bo eon 'died
die documents will bo shipped on to
What class of Mght will lie reenm
Mcnileit for KnliiM'i Is not knn p as
1 either the engineer nor the tnspictor
m r at liberty to give out such infor
niatliiu until they have stihmltlci their
Jolnl iosrl In Washington
I'or the piirisiso or locating new
lighthouses, tho United Sillies Kugl
neer and Iho United Stales Lighthouse
Inspector constitute n permanent
board They go oer the giouml lo
gcthcr, discuss tile leipiireluenlH In
each particular case, and then Iho eu
glneer draws up the plans and makes
an estimate or cost.
A reiinri Is submitted to the Light
house Hoard at Washington, which In
turn lu lugs Ihe matter to the atten
tion of the Secretin) of Commerce anil
If Ihe money Is available ror the
erection of such n lighthouse as the
Hoard may huvo recommended, and If
the Sectetnry npnoves ot Ihe plans,
work is commenced at unco.
MR. AND MRS. EN0S DEPART.
(Special to the It 11 I I el I 11 .)
WAILUKU. Maul. May US. -- Mr.
mid Mrs. Augustine linos loft for
Honolulu Inst evening 011 their vvny
lei Hie Coast, vviieie they Intend lo
make their new home. Mis. Itolnllo
Lyons, sister or Mr Unos, gave them
11 raiewell limit I'lld.iy afternoon,
when man) of Walliikir prominent
people Joined lu giving both Mr nnd
Mis. Huns a heaitv fmewell. Mrs.
Hosa him, ihe mother, will conduct
.the Pioneer Store
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RELIEF IN PE RU-NA.
tr. II. .t. ArlnM. 401 Cll V Hall AC,
Mmiirnnl. Oimhi.r. In nn old cenlteiiinn
nf wide acquaintance, having served
thirty-eight years mine ocnerai ioi
office of Montreal, a record which
speaks for Itself. Concerning bis n of
I'erunn, see letter given below.
MR. R. J. ARLCS3.
"1 bsvo boon sOlleted with nan.il
cafdrritosuchadcgrco that 11 atfeclcd
"This was contracted somo twenty
yenrsngo liy being exposed lo draughts
and sudden changes of temperature.
"1 have licen under tho treatment of
ppeelsllsls snd have uicd many ilrugs
rrcomniondocl n seeincs for ealtirtii
In Iho head and throat all to no pur
pose. "About three yrsrs ago T was induced
by a ennfrcro In oOlco lo try I'cruua.
"After somo hesitation, ns 1 had
doubts ns to results after so many
failures, 1 gnvo I'erunn a trial, and am
happy to state tnat alter using eight or
ten bottles of Pcruna lam much Im
proved In hearing, nnd lu breathing
through tho noslrlU."
TIib following wholesaln drugglit
will supply tho retail tni'ln:
lienson. Smith & Co., Honolulu,
& Co, Ltd.,
Supply Co., Ltd.
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