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fcVnNINQ nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,TliuitSDAY,-JUNn 3 1009.
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in the Territory of Hawaii.
T -.1 J Editorial Rooms, - 185
& ?!. Business
Prejudice corrupts the tastC, as it
,icrvctts the judgment, in all the
concerns of life. .Racine.
Agitators mid Thugs must ko Kn
wiilliu workmen give tlit.ni their wulk
lug tickets IIiIh morning
Mr llosuirr s nomination oh it regt a
of tin College T Hawaii In a Kiiiiil
tun He iitictn t hold muro llian Unco
positions mi. lot the Torrltoilal gov
eruuK'tit. l't rMinn lio devote nil t lie I r tlmi
to ciiilrlslng tin lr tulghborii hnvo n
mom uts runmluliu nor disposition U J
help Honolulu glow mill piomotu Its
g' iii i il wilfniu
It was r-utlroiy tiuuccoifc.it for the
f rutin t of tho Kuiugellcal Association's
prohlhttlot resolution to toncj u gu
ttiltoiiK Insult to the enlisted men of
the Ami) und Nnv
If noihiug but treo plantliiK Is mill.
ttl to eliminate the moxtpitto, llono-1
lulu m ople will volunteer to orgmlze
thcmsirivi Into one greul furoHtrj as
pollution for tie planting purposes
.lust ns I hi other Islands are ill ion I
to be rtlUvtri of the burden- of tho
'munition Coinmllliu nppioprlutlun
the plans lire focusing to give) them all
they can cute for In thu tout 1st lino.
Uepulnble worklngmcti anions the 1
Japanese laborers have had ttmo to
lieetittiR acquainted with the deception
Hint bus bet u practiced on them In
tho Agitators Hot urn to lensou
means return to work
Kawnllo. Jnpuioso of Walnliia ilofj
the Agitators and Thugs I3ver rei
utuble citizen and icsldeut of the clt
should Join In not oul applauding
their acliiui but giving them all the
moral mid phv steal support needed to
protect the workmen nnd thtlr homes
If Superintendent Cnmpbill wants I
to read all of Torestei liosmer's let
. -. .. .. . . .
ten, ii would oe in ptritci unriuon i
Willi tho i rimlnUtratton pollc of ouo
innn for tour hundred and tlftv-ulnu
positions Which one can lio filled
villi ereillt to the Inetimbtnt nnd I tit
proved cillclenc of tho bervlco Is tho
Paul de I.wigpie tells thu ttutli when
lie reniiuils Honolulu ioplu that Hit
Iiavo ullovvid tho Hawaiian band to
ilvvliitjlo so that It Is not what it
bhoiild be I'm Its slzu tlic bund does
wonders When compared with the
hand of former. dus vvheu Captain
Ilorgot had nil the tin n and lustrii
incuts fot a complete mllltar baud, it
The appointment of A. 1. Judri and
l'nrmor Judgo I.luds.ij to Territorial
(onitiilesluiis will Insure Hie select Ion
of first cI.ibi men us well as a slight
ilepnttiro from tho pollc) of ono man
for forty positions Tho Tact Hint
those two nttoinOH belong to the same
law firm will, however save tho Ad
ministration fiom tho clnrge of having
deserted tjio vvnjs of tho oligarchy.
Oreintois of height lines should re
lninibei that the peoplu of Honolulu
oxpect passenger uccomniodatlons on
Hio ships Hint carry freight to ami
fiom Jhls jsirt To Ignoio this desire
may Iiavo no Immidlate effect, but In
thu general nut of business Honolulu
lnoplu will glvo Hull Hade mid sup
lion In (lib linos that show the greatest
Consideration for Honolulu passengers
1 list the Agitnlois thiiiitcmri to
uxpoit all the liipanesu laboioiH to
Mexico As tli.it iliriu l woik, thu) an
lioiinco Ihiough llitlr iisuil Aiueilcuu
medliilns Hint a largo liumbei of Jap
nnoiH will rotniii to Japan. Tho truth
Is Hint beloro vci long tho Agltutois
and Thugs will bo hot footing it foi
the hottest place on e.utli us thu tool
itt region In which to escape tho wrath
of honest lahoreis whom they huvu de-
Whit Is the ho man to saj of the
exactness of medical science when ten
men confined at tho Knlaupapi set
i'- tjomsut are released as being free
from disouBo, Is thore a euro for lep-
rtv'r a)P s(,.mo (flslitfijl mlstukun
been mml6, and hai there bum
Entered at th rwtolT.ce M Honolulu
.JUNE 3, 1009.
grounds fur the fent that people hnvo
been railroaded to Stoloknl The In
clricnt while again showing tli.it ltp
rosy In a mighty hartl prolilein should
Insplto the foellnK that mirier tho
present law thu mistakes will be re
duroil tit n minimum, nnd reclined hii
far ns It Is pnsslblo fur Mi law or
govt mini nt in give redress for it life
tli.it Inn tcen'mliicri.
SPORTS AND SPORTSMEN.
The Dean of the Chicago VnlvcrBl
t, taking the sporting phrase ' pla
Ing the giiinc a n text, pit.icluri it
l(iiilltl sermon In the lueinheis of
the Chicago Stindiij Kv cuing Club
not long slnee.
1'iof. Vlment approached his sub
'jctt from the stniidpolut of the man
v ho knows the high regirri nil hnvo
for tho sportsman and who depre
cates the ricgindlng Influence of tho
"Some argue that life Is merely
in lottery, a came of chance," ho said
' They s.i tho hurdles arc too high,
the judges unfair, and the prizes arc
nut rcall cold, hut merely brass.
'That life Is a gtimo and ouo
worth plalng must bo conceded In
this game theic nio two Opes the
sport and the sportsmnn. A sharp
distinction prevails. If he he mod
It ho -hopes to win, Is willing to
i ncedo his opponent a chance, ho
I n sportsman If ho talks loud and
1 usts of his extra prowess, put him
( own as a spent.
"After tho game is ocr ou can
pick out the sportsman. Surely he
Is glad he won, but ho Is considerate.
Ife lefralus fiom gloating, especially
In the piesence of the loseis, over
victor If the sport should win one
can hear him for miles.
"Tho spoit Is likened unto tho
Grandstand pl.tjer in baseball; the
sportsfian to the 'sacilHcc hitter.'
What n We It would bo If all of us
tllri out tint) all the tlnio'
If ou think on are handicapped.
that the sstetn Is wrong, It behooves
vjnu to tr to tcmed the conditions
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i il- nw m utui-m mu mm -
whine Don t kick the umpire no
i man '
THE TARIFF VOTES.
If one uteris to be convluctil that tin
tniirf Is each car becoming less of
mi Issue on which p.utlztus of the po
litic at p.utles cm line 1 1 1 1 1 1 it solid
plialaiiN, he should read Hie discus
hlons and note, tho votes In tho Pultcri
Slates Senate on tho vaiious tariff
Aldilch Is sllll nblo to hold tho fort
of high tariff but ho docs It each 1 1 mo
with Duiunci.itlc votes, piinclpall)
from the South, nnd his sharpest fight
Is with the lnsiitgent or Progressive
This sectional division that comes
near ovci throw lug all rules of pirtlznu-
ship was hover moio polnled than In
tho deb.ilo uud vote outhu lion oio
tatlff. Tho present tariff on Iron mo
is foil) cents a ton Thu House put
this taw a aterhil on the free list Thu
Senate, under tho leailcishlp of Mr
Ahlrlch, icVtori.il tho rato to tutnt
cents n ton
Senator Alrirlch won his fight for tho
Iron ore tariff by a good margin, but
theio wero arrajed aiyilust him fuiu"
tecu Hepubllcans Ilovcrldgo of Indl
nna Uorali of Idaho, llrllow of Knnsas,
Iliowu of Nebraska Ilurkett of Nebins-
ka, Clapp of .Minnesota, Crawford of
South Dakota Cummins of Iowa, Cur
lis of Km bus, Dollivcr of Iowa, Du
Pont of Dclawaie, til mblu of South Da
kola, Utl'olletto of Wisconsin and
Nelson of MlnucHila
Lined up with Alrirlch woio eighteen
I)( mncrallc Keuutois from thu South,
tho formei homo of tin Iff for rovtauo
onl). Ihcsii men wuio llncon, Halle',
llaiikheid, Chnmherlaln, t'la.v, Daniel,
I'K teller I'ostai, rruzler, Johnston,
Mcnueij.' Mai tin, l'a nter, Simmons,
Stone, Tnllafeiro, Tajlor and Tllliunn
This vote means that tho South has
of lato oars been developing thu Mist
lion deports of Its mountain areas,
and Iherefoio Its SenntoiB Iiavo "Infant
Iniliislilcs ' lo cue for It Is a goml
Kirn a.i It bilugs homo Hie fact Hint
the South is rapldl) gettlnR on its
feet and out of the old ruts '
Hut the voting cannot fall to Impress
tho ;eonly with the Immortal truth
1 "" . " aaaiW"""
Note how many people are buyinp;
lots in College Hills, at the entrance
to Manoa Valley. The chief attrac
tions arc good neighbors, splendid
view, nnd a cool, agreeable climate.
Wc have one or two lots at $800 and
several at ? 1,000. Easy terms.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
uttered by Oenernl Hancock nnd
which nlded In defeating him for Iho
l'ieldenc flint Hie tariff Is a local
Issue when It comes to voting on wh it
the rato shall be
In this connection it is noteworth)
Hint Senator livc ridge tin Keillor Ite
publUati Suialor ftoni Inillani, In vot
ing with lemaikable icgiilarll) with
tho Deinrtrats. vicing wllh Hutnlor
l.a Kollette ill bringing discomfort to
the stand pi Iters' who follow the lead
of Selintoi Alrirlch
COMMON SENSE PREVAILS.
Jnpniie;( laborers aru coming
their senses nnliss nil signs fnll
The return of tho eight hundred Ka i
wnlloa men In their woik at Wnlaltit
and tho geneial drift of events among
the reputable Japanese 111 Iho clt of
Honolulu all point to the conclusion '
that the schemes of the Agitators and
Thugs have not onlv been exiosed but
tro now thorntiRhlv in lerstood b) tho
grent majotltj of .lapuien1 norkmen
It would bo n crvlng slrune for tho
men, who hnvo established homes nil
tho plantations and nie earning good,
wages, W quit these homes and tho op (
imrtliltltti a fftr lliontantvi.u nn.l lti 1
children, at tho tommanil of a few self j
Ish Agitators of Honolulu who hnvo all i
to v tit from the strike fund nnd noth I
Ing to lose I
Let the good work go on. Tteimtalilo
Japanese 'should stand solidly against
strikes and saddling tho roinmiinllj
wllh their toirllilo expense
When tho men nro at work It will
1li-i llMStli llla tf i1luil(IU fllii l urn miiiiu.
Hon, and not till then.
Home site in Manoa Valley. Three
fourths of an acre fronting on upper
Manoa Road and Hillside Avenue.
Location affords on uninterrupted
view of Manoa Valley, Diamond Head
and the sea. This property is the
best buy in Manoa Valley at S1.G00.
we nave another buildinc; lot, a
little smaller, but just as rjood value,
17,000 sq. ft. frontiutr on East
Manoa Iload and Hillside Avenue,
convenient to car line; cood eleva
tion, pood soil. Price $1,000.00.
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Magazine Street 27.00
Beretania Street 40,00
Younp; Street $50.00
Prospect Street 40.00
Tort nnd Mcichant Streets,
MILES OF SEA BRIDOED BY ONE
-tin x: r iiJUJUHjcT i ii u a fAi t j
Bring your watch to us
if it docs not keep good
time. We are cxpeit watch
li. F. Wichman & Co.
AnthSaloon Protest Is
Passed Over By The
James Thompson, proprietor of tho
Kentuck Saloon, will ho permitted to
open it ill ink t mportiitu In tho Kmplio
Tlieiter building Thu Hoard of I,lc
enso Commissioners joslciday after
noon granted him the ilcslied transfer
of his license, despite tho opposition of
tho And Saloon I.cngilc, '
John (5 Woolle) was present on be
half of tho League, and ho objected
strcnuousi) to (lie transfer. Ho hail
nothing to sa against Thompson's
management of hl.t present place of
.mil baseil his, opposition
sold on the probability that tho es
tablishment would do bigger business
at the new slnnri. Ills lonteiiHou did
not have much weight with (11,0 Hoard.
There me u niiiubei of other llccnsu
applications In the htiiulh of tho lloairi
to thu gii'ntln'g of which It is nuclei
stood thai the leaguo will iiiiku streu
This season's models.
Sale begins Monday, June 7th.
Two claims, each for $17." 21 with In
tetcst, were filed Ibis morning against
Iho estnto of David Kawannnnkna The
claims nro Identical in character, the
claimants being W. II, Mclnerny and
Tho bills rcclto that some cars ago
Iho two claimants nnd J. II Klsher
John II, Holt uud John 1'. Col i iru en
wotsed u ioinlssor nolo for IMme
David In lavor of Tlionns S MeKn
for I7,0rtn, Tho I'llnco wns unable to
make good and tho endorsers had to
take up the note. Hut three of them
J. II. Klsher, John D. Holt nnd John
I Colhurn, wero bankrupt und unable
to pay their pioportlons, which 'had
to bo luntlo good by tho two others
Mr Hoblnstm nnd Mr Mclneni) nc
eoidliigty, claim that the) had to u
f,fi".'l!l more than should have been
ENGINEERS HARD AT
WORK ON TELEPHONES
Messrs. Hummel nnd Price thocngl
nceis for thu Mutual Teleplumo Co,
arc pushing rapidly ahead with their
plans for tho Impiovcmcut nnd bring
ing up to date of tho present service
All the outside plant Is being over
hauled, and tho lends, wires and othet
parts of' tho plant, put Into first class
Ily tho tlmo Mr. Onrtlcy returns
from his tour of Inspection of the va
rious telcpliono s stems on tho main
land, tho local plant will bo in first
cl iss condition anil rend) for any alter
ations Hint iuit bo deemed necessar)
ILLI0N0IS LAW TO REGU
LATE HATS OF WOMEN.
SPIUNOnnLD, 111 , April 23 -
Illinois piomlscs to lead In u refoim
that is demanded by tho entire conn
try. This Is tho regulation of thu
size, shnpc, consistency and ingicdl
cuts of women's lints. Ileprcscntn
tlvo (icorgo C. Hilton of Chicago Is
Iho author of tho bill, anil speed
notion Is promised for tho measure,
It Is entitled "A Hill foi an Act to
Prohibit tho Manufacture, Salo c!r
Use of Unsanltur, Dnngciniis or
Deadly Headgear for llatsr and to
Itegtilato the Inhibition Thereof"
Tho proposed law llmlls tho slzo
of hats to ejKhteen Inches In rilnnie
tcr; forbids aigrettes, feathers, pins
oi other adornments projecting
more than six Inches bejonri tho
crown, which shall not exceed ouo
ettblg foot In slzo, nor weigh moio
than five ounces, Tho hill prohibits:
thu uso "of any dead body in stuffed
skin of uny bird, snake, lizard or
other animal, jeptlle or Insect sub
ject to decay mill llkcl to become a
breeding place Jor filth and dlsenso
germs " Tho penalties iiuigo from
$100 to $201).
If yOU are having
collecting rents or
are in doubt as to
the safety of some
of your securities,
we can help you,
Wc know we can
save you time and
anxiety and we be
lieve we can save
money for you.
Consultation is free.
Bishop Trust Co., Lid.
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria? h;
C ASTORIA is a hnrmlcii substitute for Cnstoi OUT,
Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Dt is
Tilcanaiit. It contains neither Opium, morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics Htupcfy). Zts
ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allajn
Fovcrislmcss. It cures Diarrluca and Wind Colic
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It -assimilates the Food, regulate!
tho Stomach and icon els,
Tins 2r sjLzr ' h cr-rt' nrmpjicr
slKiinliiro of T-AaSyXT-Ci&AtM f Rcnti aj CiwJorlu
Physicians Recommend Caovoria.
Mr paUenti larailahtr pralw llm action of rour
Caitotla." W.W.1erii,M li, .
DiiSilo, N. V.
MDnrlni;inynifillr' hnctlco I Lrn rt mm
rar. wh.ro yonr OiutoiU mi prcrrllwl ami unc-l
VTIIhcxnlKiulii.' K. .Monuicn,M, ."),
ft. Iiuls, JIo
"Trnir Calnrlt I. crrta' ly n rrplrt rrmrtlr
far cMMrrn I l.lilirnf. I knnir lo otlirr pni
prlelaiprfparaltKU wMch I. II. jna.l "
U.H.UCU train; z,M n,
Kama. Lit;, Xo.
Hawaiian Iron fence
MCXT TO YOUNQ DLDG.. 178-IBi)
Tho estnto left by tho Into W (
Peacock Is valued at $79,09.36, ac
conllug to the itppiulhomcnt flit d In
the Clicult Coin t this morning by
rinnk 1. Wlntei, I'lank 1'. lVinan
chs uud II T Slmonton.
Of this, $l.l,S7n consists or 07 j
shares of the block of V O. 1'eacock
& t'omiiaii Itcul pioperty on tlio
coinei of Nuuiinti nnd .Meichnni
Btiects la valued at $ IS, 000; tho lot
on Queen Bticet at $11, COO, und tho
piopcrt on the coiner of .Mcichant
and Illshop nt $11, 70Q.
PUNCH IMITATfllt IS
UP DEFURE COURT
Tho case ng iliiBt David Noah
who Is iliaiged with having obtain
ed iiione rioni Iho O ilm Sugui (Mni
lianv li the uso or a ticket on which
the plinth minks hud been Imitated
with a knife, was up for trial this
luoinlng C I' Chllllngvvortli de
fended Noah and M lliown f rose
c'utcd It I) Meido of tho I.nbor
lluieau' gave evidence ns tft- the
method of palng the strlkebieakeis,
I and uxplu.ucri how ho was uiithoiU
i eel to make nil uuangemonts foi tho
'stippl or liboi to tho planlntlims on
vvhltli strikes nt piesent exist.
Attorney Chllllngvvmtli took ox-
ecptlou to seveial points nnd Judgo
Audinilo put tin case uvei till In
nionou win ii the uiiltci will he
arguid at Kngth
Bulletin Business Office FlioneSO,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
Cry for Fl
In Use For Over 30
Ivht-ta nt I
J3 III ffiwaniA
JS M tot ii if
giving healthy and naiurai
Fanacca The nnolher'fl
" I ti.e Jrntlf I'Mtorla urnl rw.' 'tj tio . I n
faultk. wUrolticrcar rl'il
; V i)i as, I I) ,
C 1 It 1, n,
Tnnrla.hirlal.Uin "li ! ' i 'i "nr I
fur rlil .retail I Ihc rl.ly m l I I r .. i
acail. ' ust. a- m." 1
C nw a, k .
I hivn ti-rd jmr tVr'nr' t a rnrCTdii- li t"
rnna if dill III n for jrnra pit wall iini.1 lull'
cUict, anilfullj iudorotta r run irpiMly "
U. XI. turn ll I' II,
i .illaili l)hcv. Pi.
Teeth preserved to middle age
are pretty sure to last outone's life
time. The greatest known pre
servative of the teeth and purifier
of the mouth is Sozodont Liquid.
It penetrates the minutest crevices
of the teeth destroying the deadly
mouth acids. Its antiseptic offect
in the mouth is most lasting.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
and Monument Works
CORNER IN RICE
A iiitnoi beenmo cut i cut on tho
stieels this morning Hint llackfcdd
t- Coiuii.iuy had seuirod conttol or
the rlec niaikct uud vvcio foiling u
coi in i- on that coir il.
At tho olllce of tho iiiuipiny Tiliec
lor Pill Klitmp could not ho toiutcd
tori.1, but Diuttor Ueoigo itodlek
1 wns emphatic In his denial of tho le
liort Ho said.
There Is absolute! no foundation
for such u minor, us our coniptiiy li
doing a Btilulj tcgitlmnto Iniblnchi,
and has no cot tier In tmything. You
can certain!) ni) Il Is false"
Kitm.uo Miitsiimuiii vs Count of
Hawaii exceptions fiom Clicult
Com t rtuiilli Clicult
llctsie II lluiiiHVs .luli.i II. Afiilii;.
Exceptions fiom Clicult Coin!, 1'list
I.. Ii JlcCntidless vs V It Castle,
'I lustre, et at Hoserved eiuestlon
rioni Clicult Indue Tlist Clicult.
.Mai li Atcheilo vs V. Jar
lett.iSlieilff City and County of Hon
olulu, et ul Appeal fiom Circuit
lurigo, I'list fin nit.
SI. S Sachs l)i Cioods Co Ltd. vs.
iinle K Hail alias Sfrs Kdmiind
II Unit i:ceiillous fiom Circuit
Cotiil I'list C'luult
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