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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. tt.. THURSDAY. JUNE 3, 1009.
J. HOPP & CO.
185 King Street
WEEKLY CAlEHDAil '
Roto Croix Installation.
Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Aloha Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodge'
HARMONY LODDE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening it
1:Z0 In I. O. O F Hall, Fort Street.
i;. It. HENDUY, Secretary.
r . wickk. n. a.
AH TUltlng brothers very cordially
OAHU L0D0E, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every fltat and third Fri
day pvonliis nt 7::U In K. ot I. Hall,
eoruer Tort and lleretunla. Visiting
orotliem cordially Invited to attend.
K. It. NUUENT, 0. C.
It. OOSI.INO, 1C. K. 3.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, II. 1'. 0.
Elks, meets In thc'.r hull, on King
Street, near 1'ort, every Friday even
Inn. Visiting llrothera arc cordially
Invited to hi tend.
II. A. DOltTIlITT, R. 11.
11. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
Wxa. M'KINLEY T.ODQE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots every 2nd and 4th Saturda)
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'.
Hall, cor. Fort and llcrctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McOREW. C. C.
E. A. JACOHSEN, K. R. S
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E-
Jlccts on the 2nd nnd 4th WKD
NESDAY evenings of each month a'
7:30 o'clock lu K. ot P. II All, corner
rjcrctnnl.i and Fort streets.
VUItlng Kuglea aro Invited to it
W. M. MeCOY. W., Prcst.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
4&y of each -month at Knights, ol
Pythlns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to uttond.
GEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E: V. TODD, 0. of R.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 .HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
MAKE another visit to
..' M HALEIWA. You'll
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
CONTRrTOR nnd. BUILDER.
riUMBINQ and FAINTING.
Gluce: Honolulu Painting Co,, 22
King- St.; P. 0. Box 014.
'J 85 editorial rooms 250 but.
r.fst office. These are the telephone
rumhert of the Bulletin office.
tr BULLETIN AD3 PAY -Jsn
L b -- mSOhi'xj V
We nrc in line with the
best assortment ot
In the market. All 'makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt'j Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
Levy's for Groceries
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Bay work.
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid,
Valuable to all Hawaiian
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. 0.
New Edition of Complete Works.
Brown & Lyon Co.
make homes happy.
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co.. Ltd.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
132 Bcretania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 490,
M.. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewqld Bldg.
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
A Your Grocer's.
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents at the
''Ten good auto-hacks. Phono C.
Al. Thurlow ot the tloyal Annex
serves the, finest tucals In tow"
Take' your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fot
up-to-date repairs, .
Intor-Island atid'O. It. & h. shipping
books for sale, at the llulletln
Anything new In) tho sporting line?
Apythlng good In the liquor line? You
can find Hot. "The TwoMackB."
The memorial services of the Katnc
hnmcha Society will ho held on Hun
day, June C, at Kawaiahao church,
The Industrial Edition ot the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1 -1
e t i n office
C. V. A, II. Kaus, who Is charged
with nusaultlng his wlfo, li.nl Ills case
continued at tho Police Court this
morning till June 7.
Joe Lima, who looisit tho loop In a
whirlwind of wine yesterday, drought
up standing nt the Police Station tills
morning, tnul was handed nut a ticket
that called for four dollars.
The Honolulu Dancing Academy
will open wh'li a nourish of trumpets
on Monday evening, June, 7. There
will ho classes held every Monday nnd
Friday cvenlugs ut the Kilobana Art
The Hawaiian Kvangcllcat Associa
tion, which convened In Central Union
church this morning, appointed a com
mltteo to confer with the Governor
nhout church sites, to he turned over
lo the management of tho Hawaiian
The Ited Sox baseball team are
overjoyed because by the Claudlne
thoy received word Hint Henry Walk
er, who Is at present on Hawaii,
would return to Honolulu and as
sume the duties of captain of the
club. Manager Addison of the Scar
let Stockings feels that now his
bunch cannot he defeated In the
Oahu llasehall League competition.
BY GRAND JURY
Edward Parker, the "bad nigger,"
who struck Police Ofllcer Apanu In
the face with a bottle n few days
ago when the ofllcer was chasing
him to put him under arrest, was In
dicted by the Grand Jury this morn
ing on the charge of assault with a
weapon Imminently nnd obviously
danger ous to life, and If ho Is con
victed, as he probably will be when
he Is tried, he stands to get n long
term lu the penitentiary.
Officer Apanu was uhle to be out
today and uppear as a witness
against hU.nssallant. Hut ho Is still
In bad shape, his face and mouth be
ing terribly cut and torn.
Parker has a long criminal record
here, and this Is not the first at
tempt he has made to taka the life
of a man. Within the year he has
feerved u si xmonths' sentence for as
saulting another nejjio with a ham
mer, und ho hnH served several
shorter terms for minor offenses.
That the utmost care should be ex
ercised In cutting timber, by parties
having contracts with tho Agriculture
and forestry Hoard, was demonstrated
In a review of a complaint filed with
the Hoard, relattvo to the violation of
the regulations at Wahlawa. Japaneso
holding a cutting license' from the
board, were noticed cutting underbrush
in the gulches bclpw the lino specified
In their contract, thus destroying the.
water protection of the hills.
, It was brought nut that It U very
esBontlal to maintain as much forestry
growth as possible on tho Bldo hills
und In tho gulches In order to estab-
lUh a permanent, watershed. Whero
tho undcrbruuh Is cut and slashed reck
lessly, there Is no absorption of wntor.
which erodes the hills and Is wasted
In Its downpour. Superintendent Hob-
mer reported that he had Investigated
thp matter, and adjusted It in a satis,
Our Cutter is a Graduate
. of the
Mitchell Cutter's School
of New York
W. W. Ahana Co.,
The right way and the wrong way of
Our way is
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
TAFf PRAISES MIKADO
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WASHINGTON, June 2: President Tafl, ut a dinner given in honor
of Admiral Vrlu tonight, declared the Kmperor of Japan to bo a wonder
ful man, u fact shown In many ways but particularly In his marvelous
selections of men during tho last tlihty years to carry on the work of
MILITIA ORDERED TO McCLOUD.
loud, where the Italia
McCloud, where the Italian striken)
off .the town's supply of light.
PHILADKI.I'HU, Juiii) 'J. An
icsulted In serious riots, In which one
many cars set on fire.
m i i m
CZAR AND WILLIAM TO MEET.
'.v9T;.PKTi:itSIHIH(l. June 2. The Czar nnd the Kaiser will incut in
Finnish' wafers on June IT,
NKW VOItlC, Juno 2
been released from prison.
See I)y Authority notice lu re Hoard
of Health bills.
A good HO-egg Cypher Incubator und
two brooders for Rale cheap. Ken Want
The latest popular novels of tho day
are to ho found at A. II, Arlelgh & Co.,
Hutul street near Kort. Some of the
new hooks Just in are flue.
Adil to vacation pleasures by pur
chasing a Kodak from Honolulu Photo-
Supply Co. After vacation take the
Alms there to .be developed.
It Ik said the price of meat Is to take
a drop at tho end of this month, tlie
supply being to plentiful that tho
wholesalers are making a cut.
The Ka'i Francisco theatre changen
management today and new pictures
nnd new songs will bo on the program.
.Mlrs Aklna will slug Hawaiian .souks.
A 12-lnch electric fan for salu by the
Union Klectrle Co., Harrison llloek.
Costs but live cents a working day to
run. Why not havo u comfortable of
fice? Tho Hawaiian Kutoinotogieul Society
will meet this afternoon at three
o'clock In the entomological rooms of
the K.xperlmunt Station on Keoaumoku
If you have aiy plcluro framing to
be done whero you want good tastu ex
hibited In the work, go lo (lurrey's.
Finest stock of mouldings lu town und
A large launch, carrying a parly of
people from this city, was off Walklkl
beach last night. The launch was dec
orated with lights und attracted con
siderable attention from the r.horo.
At the regular meeting of tlio Pro
motion Committee this afternoon nt
3; 30, Allan Herbert, who, with his
wife, returned from tho Orient tho
other day, will describe his trip
through Japan to tho members.
Thirty-seven years' ago today, Ciii
tain ntrger arrived In Honolulu. Prac
tically over slnco ho has been before
tho public nnd .has been officially con
nected with most public functions and
historical events In tho country.
The attorneys for tho Houokau Sug
ar Company havo filed their amended
petition for an Injunction, preventing
tho Hawaiian Irrigation Company from
shutting off tile flow of water to tho
plantation from tho Hamakua ditch.
Mrs. J. W. TInimons, daughter of
former Vice President Fairbanks, re
turned .from Kauai. on the steamer W.
(1. Hall, and Is stnylng with Major and
Mrs. S. II, Wadharns. Mrs. TInimons
will return to the States on tho Man
churia next Monday.
I. It. Hurns lias demanded a Jury
trial of tho suit brought against him
by Drs. Herbert and Walters, for (he
collection of a fee. n)0KQd, to ho duo
for tho performance, of an operation
on Mt s. liurns. Thompson und dem
ons nro hla attorneys.
Moses Kekahlo, one of tho oldest
conductors of tho Rapid Transit Com
pany, was taken to the Incurables'
packing furniture for shipment.
the right way.
. Phone 152.
I'lyq.ci.miianlcs of militia have tdarlcd for
huve seized the power house and cut
attempt' to start the trect cars today
hundred people were Injured and
llagllu of the Copper Trust has
I Hospital yesterday suRi-rlng from gal
loping consumption. Ho was nvp.ir
eully lu robust health until n few
weeks ngo, wbeii bo suddenly broke
ilouit. The death of his wllo iiuil Ida
brother In tho last two months affect
ed him greatly.
'Continued from Pace 1)
i section of Walalau plnuuiilim. It Is
i not known whether the Sheriff lias
I given additional Infoimatluii or simply
reckons tho Kawalloa men us half the
' Wulalua fore.
1 Manager TVnnoy of Castle & Coukp
staled thle morning that io far us he
I knew tho Kawalloa men hud not asked
lor protection mid there was no pros
j pect of their being molested. The lei
je hone set vice lo. Walulua, however, Is
out of commission and it Is possible to
get Information from them only over
, the railroad telephone, which Slierlfl
! Consul Uyeno Busy.
' The report eomes to Hie Hawaii
jShlnpo that eight hundred or the J.ip
jniuu'it ut Wulalua returned to work
tins morning. Tills paper also rcpovln
that Consul Uyeno during his lilp to
Kw.-i plantation yesterday afleruoon
stiougly (idvUeil Iho Japanese lo re
turn to their work.
Agitators and Merchants.
Another sign of tho times Is Urn!
tho Agitator org:tu Is beginning to
change ill tu:ie II now advhes f.s
loaders: lo listen to urgiiiueiiU that
may be precepted. This change In the
sellllmcnt expressed by tho Aullnto,
organ ina)" havo enmu uboiil Ihioiigh
the Japanese merchants who have
been coming lo u realization of what
tho continuation of llils strike mcins
lo them. They cannot stand it. The
Agitators can llvo on wind hut 'tho
merchant cniinut afford to be losing
trade on one hand mid furnishing free
food for the strikers on the oilier. It
Is nn lniHiKhlblo situation for him and
ull the contilbiitlnnx the outside Is
lands may send In eiinnnt savo him.
though the ntrlkers might be fed for a
Merchants Not Assisting.
"Tho llh'h-Wngi) Association and
the stilkeiu nro not receiving any sup
port, cither financial or otherwise,
from the Jnpuncso Merchants' Associa
tion, or any of Its members."
Tho above statement Is authorlla-
NOTICE. ' '
All hills against the Hoard of
Agriculture and Forestry of the
Terillory of Hawaii Im-urieil during
the pieseut biennial puilod ending
June 3(Jth. lilu.9, miiHt he presented
at the olllce of tho lloaid of Agilcul-1
i lira uuii Forestry not later than July
1st to Insure payment of same.
PAUL It. ISKNIIIHtO,
Acting President ami Kx-
432S Juuu 3, 7, 15.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, June 3,
iili ! KANCIHC'O Arrived June 2:
S-vlir. J. 11 llruce. from AlaluiKfTiia,
t.UITJ I Sailed May 2S:
llr, sp. HIvei'Hlde, for Honolulu
YOKOHAMA Hailed June .1:
11, tt, Chlyo Main, for Honolulu.
$10,000 TOR VIVAS.
(Continued from Pnze 1)
Ibis largo proposition, was somewhat
nslonlshcjl ju hear the Japaneit) make
such n supgesllon. Mlnther than waste
time) on the proposition, Mr. Vivas
asked hlui to deposit the money In n
bank, before hu would consider the
Tho Japaneso, who speaks a little
Knilllhh, v. as iiccomp.inled by smother
Jnpaneso gentleman. Ho asked Vivas
wholh"r the offer was acceptable, to
which he received nlllrmatlvo reply,
provided, hfiwever, j:i,nn wore paid lu
advance and tlju balance deposited m
, The Japanese Wlkol him again
whether ho was neipnlntrd wllh No
goto of I he high wage association. Mr.
Vlva'i fold hlui that he did uol know
"Of course. I would win I; for Hie
Japanese or any other paily, provided
they paid mo for my ForW".." iwld
Vlvat Inday, "I will not cuniilder the
prnpcrlllon of Iho Jnp-inioo unless I
am paid In udvaneo for the work. If
the planters were willing to secure my
Fervlres In assisting Mr. Campbell, I
will cheerfully do so, wllh lln under
standing thai they pay me for my sir
"Are you willing lo go In Poring i'
on behalf of the Japanese and pre
vent the emigration of lie- Pniliiguene
laborers to llauull?" naked tho re
porter. "Certainly, I nin willing In do in, If
I r.m paid for the work." said Vivas.
Ai'i-nrdliig In .Mr. Vlvn.i. II Is appir
cut that the Japjlii'so on Maui, espte
hilly those of Sprerkelsvllle. will goon
strike as soon as t liny receive wind
In do so. The' hlgli-wage peofte on
Mnul are keeping tin Ir eyes opened
nnd aro watching every moment of the
planters on Oahu.
Since 1 lie sfrlke broke mil no llil.i
Island, the Japanese on Iho oilier I,
lands, it Is said have been keeping l'u
cIo--e touch Willi the leaden of the
strikers here. They reud tellers lor,
fill' which lhe n-cclM- en-wers from
tho leiiderii ol the high-wage c.sjuk la
It Is expected Hill during the sli"
of Mr. Vivas In Honolulu he will In
uppinached by the oliloers of the high
wuge iisroclatlon w'th'ti view of re
newing the offer, which w.in male
while on Maul, Mr. Vivas Is now stop
ping nt the Hawaiian hotel nnd will
probably leliiru In Maul -ouo tlnfc
Till-: CI.AUDINK. iirrlvlng from llllo
mid way ports this motnlng. brought
the following cargo: zefiil sucks sugii
120 wicks sugar, 5ii sarkB corn, 133
sacks xilatDCS, in lurrcls wine. 1 nulo
mobile, 1 horse, 35 Inus. 1 1 purling r
hides, 41 packages duply hollies, l.'.i'
Till: MANCill'ltIA Is due lo urrlve
from the Oilout next .Monday. Kin
sailed fiom Yokohama on May 2U
bringing general njrgo for Honolulu,
ff ttt-f ftt 't-'t-tt
live, having come fiom a reliable .l.ip
uuocn mil cliuut. The members of Ui
association are very ciiefiil lu giving
out anything about the slilke. They
stand lieiilraJ. 'I hey hclie.e that
HiOMi lu Hawaii would be heller served
If the slrllici'H weie lo return In Iheii
Darbers For Strikers.
Oilier c'Iukfck of .lapanere organi..i
lions, so far us the llulletln Is aid'
to learn, uo said (o he lu favor of sup
porting tho strikers. 'Iho barb-re, for
Instance, numbering about eighty In
Ull, lire dolerndiied to see Iho striken
win their oclory.
No Meetlno Last Night, Says Mak"r
Them was no meeting of Iho High
Wnge Asioclalloii lasl night," said Mu
kino today. "I loll down down ye.tur
day ufleiiioou at r, o'clock und vciil
lo my house to lake n ivst. Negor.
was HI and mi he was not lu town laal
night, lu fact, there was no meeting
of the hlgh-wiigci niihoclnllon. The
strikers will nover glo up to the IdulT
of Iho planters,"
Maklno, when asked whether lb"
lllgh-WUKe association people will be
ublu lo carry on (heir light, Mild thai
ho was positive that the light will ho
fought to a llnlsh. He said that Iho
planters were greatly mistaken. If hj
believed hat the strikers will g.i h-iek
to work Iiicuiiso of the l-u-k of rumls.
yamaaucliMlirothlmn People ftot'jrn.
According to Informal Ion from u le
liable person the Vltliitiguchl lllro
"hlnr.i Japanese Hlrlkers sxers' wlliiuj
In lolurn lo Ihelr work, probalily to
morrow, A commllteo of these peo
ple met last night and, passed a resolu
Hon, udvltllig Hint all Iho Japanese
strikers letiirn to work nnd therebj
promoto thu welfare of ull Hawaii.
Wedll. day. June 2
t'. S. A T. Thumai.. fiom Manila,
MU p in,
Thursday, June 3.
Slmr. Claudlne, Dennett, fiom llllo
itul Way poils, 5:0" a. in.
Wednesday, Juno 2.
Htmr. Iwalanl, Mllehell, for Knnnl,
": to p. in.
H. S. Cruiser HiifTalo, from San
I SAILING TODAY 7'
Htmr. W. (1. Hall, Thompson, for
Knual. " p. m.
f DUE TOMORROW ('
' A.-ll. a. H. Vligliilan, from Sim
li'iiuctseo, n. m.
! PASSENGERS ARRIVED ''
;. . .,.
Per slmr. Claudlne, Ilc'inctt, fiom
llllo and Mnul oorls. June :i Thnu l'
k'ooke nnd two children. J. S. French,
A. Comes, Mrs. Hngllsh, Miss M. Kala
wa, M. II. Iteuler, T. K. Pa. I).
S'lii'JIiiia. MIsh V. Mnkie, Miss J. II!
IViieii'iiu, A. House. Itev. H. II Tur
ner, Mis. J. Kckahutu nnd sou. V. I.
itiiiek, wile ami servant, Mrs. II. M.
Well and (wo ronu, T. tl. Coireii aim
n'lfi.- .MIkh Correa, J. I.inlcleke, J, ,l.
VU.is. F. Hepburn. A. MoNlchol, V.
I'isi'liy. M. !. M e. Jliv. Kediiul Mr
lleg.ishl nnd wife C. Itidieils, J. (1.
.Mi'leliua. Mrs. Itobello ami I children.
Mr. ItodrlipieH and wife John Hall. II.
Uvd.i mid ivlfv J. U Cidfe. Mrs. '
uiillll and child, (Ion. Kumoeii.iole,
Per slmr. W. (!. Hall, from Kaunl.
Jirie 2.-H. luouje, II. Sclilnierger.
Kev. Kaawal. MatBU.Ia. . H. Deering.
I. II. Coney, Mm J. W. Tlnimoiia. J
. Hog','. W. II. Ille... Mr. Tueeillo mm
I PASSENGERS BOOKED (
Per stnir. Claudlne, for Maul ports
Hid llllo. .lime I. .", p m - Mrs. Annie
H. Dlekey, Mrs. V. Mann. A. Aureus.
K. . tlji'tilruui. F. Thiimp.in, Mr.
'.:eike, Miss V. Fernandez, Miss John--on.
K. Ili-iirliiues. Itev. J. Fiikiula,
sa.ie llillil. Hoy. J. '. Cowan. H. K.
'.Vonley. Mi-h. Annie Kekiiewa.
Per slmr. W. tl. Hall. Thompson, for
viiiinl. June 3, r, p. m. -Mr. Itulsk,
drs. J. K. Wbll,.. Mrs. Hcldcil. Mr
Ionian. Mr. Claik. Kennelh Wlnier. .1.
II. Coney. Mra. Kam-hlwa, MrK ( m''
'or. J. M. I.l.lg.ile.
WATERFRONT NOTES f
Till: THANSPfJUT THOMAS, which
a i rived. fiom ihe Orient yi.dcnhiy af
tcmoiui. suited this morning fi-
iiinclsco nt X o'clock Among tin.
Honolulu p-isbongora who left on h"r
was Captain Winters, mllltmy luslruel
ir of the ICmnehainehi School fot
H(-s. The band played In honor .it
Till! AMF.HICAN shlj, Dlrlgo. w,;r,
'ins flnlrhud illscluirglng her coal I-.
now loading sugar at Iho Amerle-m
Hawaiian wharf. Kb,, will lak. about
Km Ions i.f sugar fnuii the Islands
when she sails for New York
TIIF. IINITKI) STATICS eru'lser lluf
alo. InliiKlng a nuiuber or men for
he nig Iroquois, ami u largo nuiiiber
if soldiers ro,- , pippMl,Bi w, ,,,
a ml 8'itunlay morning
TIIF AMUUICAN-HAWAIIAN com
"unj's rielghfer Virginian will ,,,!,.
ibly arrive from San Francisco tomor
"mv with u on,i or mull aml (.aw, flir
THi: IIII.ONIAN. oflhoMatonllne.
"Ile-I fiom Han Francisco yesterday
for this porl. . She Is oxpoele.1 to m
nve h, , next Wednesday.
The Inrorinatlon eomes from ihi
vi'll that (he Jupanosu or Ohm have
I'Ppiiluinl Yuiuiiniikii, u well-educal-"I
Jnpnuete, ns Kecielury of thefi-Higher-Wage
Ar.oclatlon. and tlmt
he was Inslrii-.teil to Interview Muu
uger John Wall on bin return horn
Hc.iioIiiIii nnd lo make n demand Mr"
i lltltlllll ml,, nt ...... 1 .. lit. ...
ttirunt-lo Olmi ou lint Alnuna Kia,
tl.lil i..n i m i
"M" hi nvi v nit i ui'tstiuy,
Special Meeting, Rar Association or
. the Hawaiian Islands.
Thero will bu n speelul meetliiK of
the liar Association of tlie llawnllun
Islands, ou IVId.iy, June I. m
o'clocl; p. in., ut loom 3(111, .ludd
llulldlug, lo furthur illscusii nln ,,.
polntmenl or a hecon.l li. jj, i.',.dm-n:
Judge. w. A. (lllf.l'.vvi'h'i.i
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cyc
, ,Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, R0AI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St opu"i South St. j
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