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.Mnhiirn June 2B
Anraugt . . Juno 23
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VOL, XI NO 43SI0
S PAOES, HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1000, 8 PAOES
PRICE 5 CENTS.
WANT TO WORK
SOME ONEJO LEAD
Tired Of Idleness, They
Seek Advice Of
I'wu .lapanero workmen Individual!)
want to go to wink 1tit when the) arc
called iiiiiii In art uk n body thoi Inst
itute. It Is oxHCted lliul tlic Jiii:m
i'o Coiiinl will go ti IJw.i linl.iv. Tin'
Walalua strikers lire said tn lie In u
similar mule or mlnil.
Wlnit tlic strikers am looking fur In
a li'aili'i tu take Ihcni li.ick tn wink
TIlO) Mil' tlK'i! llf till' Idll'IICS llllll llltS
$40,000 MORE FOR
CITY AN0 COUNTY
B g Balance Comes End
Of The Present
The prospect for extensle lin-1
prnvemi'iitK on the licit mail uioutul
the Island Ik bediming decidedly.
hilghlci. Tile present Indication Is,
that tllete may lie between $30,000 I
rail $10,0011 auitl.ilile for the work.'
over nnil above the legnlur iippio-j
At the end of tills minitli the Tor
iltoilal Auditor will tuiii over to
the City ami County ot Honolulu all
if the lialnnio on hand of tax ninn
cjs due ihn niimlilp.illly In order
to facilitate the pnylng over of
money x, It Is the, custom to net an
in bid (n y Item e. lather than tho
Made in New York
Are the acme of style, artistic work
manship and fine materials.
Worn by correctly dressed men
everywhere. Enormous summer
ttock just arrived and ready for the
inspection of the gentlemen of this
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
jJjB.fr li'j ' i4 ik
U ifcn afttM t m n w Itif
mtn n Rft.
"Sd-.-o'Ss-'j . t ZT
-rf"J -. .l 'r
of tiiin If n start Ik made In Hie
next few ilnyH the movement will mi
ipiestlonahly become' general. TIiIh m
the size-up nf the Ml Ike Kltnatliin .in
pu-senlod friim u reliable Japanese
It will not lie surprising IF some nf
the AKltiitlnn loaders di-seil their a
i This Ik a day uf cohiparutlo unlet
In strike circles.
I Tito only murium h conic fioni llm
i auks nf Hie dissatisfied sti liters ami
the disgusted lines win) nrc discovering
Ule false position 111 which the) hum
been placed Ij the Agltutois
The plantation men report the slln.i
t ion absolutely unchanged They tunc
given their unlers thai (he Japanese
stilkeis now on the plantations shal
either letiirn tn work or leave the
houses they liae heen occupvlug
Theie Ik no wuvcilug nor ih.idow ot
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adenine monthly amount duo the
City unit County, ami pay It over
cveiy f till ty days Thus, at the end
of tho biennial period, there Is a
halaiue on hand, whlili Ik turned
over to the County In u In in p.
The money which , w 1 1 1 be paid
over on the first of the month, in ad
dition to the tegular monthly allot
ment, will amount to something like
Ah tho balance coming to the City
iiiul County Is nhvajs an uncertain
ipiantlty as far as tho Supervisors
in u concerned, It Ik never luken Into
uinslder.itlon In making up tho
budgets, so It comes as clear "vel
vet" when It Is paid ovor.
That the belt load uround tho
Island Is tint most Important matter
before the Hoard at this time seems
to he tho general sentiment of the
membeis, and there Is every Indica
tion that the money In question will
he expended, to a great extent any
way, on that wink.
The suggestion has been mado
that, out of the $40,000, piovlslou
of some soil might bo made for the
Hawaii I'lomotloti Committee, which
was cut off without assistance by
the lute Legislature.
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MfWfllla (M h( Ml)
b 4itJ m A fc
I'Qin IT Ml kill f Mid
WASHINOTON.I June 4. The contract for the conitruction of the
naval dock at Pearl Harbor has been awarJed to the San Francisco
Bridge Company, whose bid was $1,700,000. The bid of Leach of Bos
ton, whose figure was the lowest, was rejected on account of the guar
antee check being defective.
The Haii I'ranclsin llrlilcn Comiaiiv Is n large Ci.aM concern of
which John McMillan Ik the lie.ul The company owns the dredge Pa
cific, which was brought down here to dredge the hnrbor This Is not
the company with which Captain M twin Is connected.
PHILADELPHIA, June 4. The
strikers became riotous today and
burned one of the cars of the street
system. A tentative settlement has
been made. .
WASHINGTON, June 4. The
conference of the Boards of Health
of America in session here lias con
sidered the advisability of securing
an appropriation of a million dollars
by Congress to establish a National
SEATTLE. June 4. The trans
port Dix with the exhibit of Hawaii
for the Fair arrived today.
SINGAPORE'S DOUBLE SHOCK.
SINGAPORE, June 4. A double
shock of earthquake was felt here
today and caused considerable con
sternation, but no damage was done.
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 provs
valuable to you.
Likewise Fernandez Is
Said To Seek
Colonel Curtis I",1 lutiltea, former
sheriff, iinic favored son of the Dem
ocratic party but later ludeetident
holder of, many public Jobs and seeker
after more, would like to. succeed
Charles Itlindes as Secretary' tn the
Mayor. The vallunt colonel has not
put In nn application In jiersuii, but u
coterie of his close friends li.no been
doing a little missionary work, iiud
it Is generally understood that, to put
it mildly. "Curtis Is wllllnV
tankeu was carried Into ofllee ui
sheriff on the very crest of u seething
winn of reform, his ehlclu being the
Democratic ticket, 'lilt tho reform
sheriff did not manage to get through
I his term without Incurring mure .
less' nihene criticism, and when con
vention tlniH iig.iln cam u around, the
I party of the. "Peerless One" passed
I the reform Sheriff Up.
That Democracy should full to rec
ognlze his claim for rnusldeiutliin so
stunned Curtis, that he concluded to
liy unotlar tack. He believed that
bis duty to his country ciinie define
that to lib: party, so, to seie the pub
lie again, he bristled 'forth us an Inde
pendent candidate for tile shrievalty
Hu got r.0'1 otcs.
There once was n time that Curtis
wanted to bo Delegate to Congress
but the electors did not see It that
way. mid he stayed, at homo.
It has leen suggested that laukea
I possesses alt of the Imposing dignity
needed for tho position of secretary
but Kern himself can supply that, so
on Hint ground tho colonel's services
aro not requited.
V. S. Bdliigs, tho only man tn whom
the secretaryship lias been proferrcd
'has declined to accept. Who will get
the next rliancn to say uyo or nay Is
u great, big Interrogation.
Nngarau Fernandez, g gun of ttie
(i. O. P., is also ono of IJio woiild-bvs,
according to woll-uuthentlcated rumor
A bunch of his friends liavo been
boosting for him, and It Is generally
understood that ho Is only waiting foi
tho chance to say "yes."
Tho plan to demand a recount In the
hope of placing John l.ano In tho ex-
, ccullo chair. Instiiad of Kuril, Is gen
j orally supiiosed to liavo originated In
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't the
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. 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 cafes.
.The American Hawaiian freighter
Virginian, coming from San I'rnnclsco.
was sighted this afternoon ut nboui
! 30 o'clock She bus un board a
trge bunch of mall for this ort Sb"
vlll dock at about 4 .10 o clock
Augusta Kieltns, the last of tho
eleven supposed lepers brought over
Irom Mcilokul to the Kallhl Itecetv
Ing Station for re-examlnutlon ac
cording to the provisions of the Icg
Itlutlve ri-Kililtlon, was, likt the ten
others, found not to have the dis
ease, and she was tills morning set
free and given a certificate stating
that she is not n leper.
Augusta Kreltas Is u woman 41
years old. Her youth lies behind
her the best jears of her life, tho
tears of Joy and hope and love. Tho
.cars when she might liavo been u
happy wife and mother, surrounded
by n loving family, living the life
which in. th .rlghtrof -filch, woiuau
to enjoy these ears "sliu has,
been obliged to spend on the rocky
peninsula of Knluupupa, among the
hundreds of wretched victims of a
hideous disease under the frowning
shadow of a probable fate worse
than deatli Itself. About tier she
saw nlwaB the awful examples uf
tho hand of disease, tho mirrors of
what she must bollce herself des
tined gradually to become.
And now Augusta Krcltus Is free.
She Is not a leper, unit she has n
'eitlflntofrom tho Hoard of Health
o piove It Hut behind tier lie the
dtiys mid months and years of hnr
lor, the dread that Is worse than
death Itself, the mental suffering
that Is Infinitely more terrible than
lulu. How many nights has she
lain in her bed In tho house of u
leper unit looked back upon the dajs
when bIiu was a other women lire
and hope and happiness and love
lay beforo her? How many weury
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SAN FRANCISCO, June 4.
French Ambassador Jussarand arriv
ed here today and was given an
elaborate welcome by the city offi
cials and a large concourse of peo
ple. WORK AT McCLOUD.
McCLOUD. Cal., June 4. Work
at the lumber mills has been par
185 editorial rooms 256 but
nets cfflco. These are the telephone
-umbers of the Bulletin office.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
THE PALM CAFE
HOTEL, NEAR UNION.
Uchiyama, Member of Japanese Committee of
Twenty, Bound Over To Grand Jury On
Charge of Sending Scurrilous Matter
Through the Mails Shebas Paper Stolen
from Post Office Other Arrest Will Follow
The examination of IMilyama. the
Japanese urrestcd yesterday lit Knhil
ku by United States Marshal Hendry
on the charge of sending sail I Moils and
defamutory mutter thiough the malls
to the Hawaii Sliln), brought out the
fact that an organized conspiracy ex
isted ut Kah'iku to bojeott the Slilupo
mid to steal from the postotfteo tlu
copies of the paper sent to Kiibukii
Uchiyama In bis statement to Inter
preter George YHinnda, laid ih-it a
meeting ot the Kalniku J.ip.uimc .Ik
urs was held unit It was lesolted tn
lake nil thu copies of the Shlnpo that
came to Kuhuku and send them back
to tumor Slieba unopened. Most of
the Japanese present agreed to tills,
but there were half a dozen or so who
did not. Nevertheless, the committee
of twenty appointed to attend to tho
matter took from the postofllce not only
tho papers of those who hud agieed to
lime their aers sent back, but also
the copies mailed to those who did
not agree to this.
It was easy for them to get all tlin
papers, as It has been the custom at
Kalniku for one mun to get nil tlio
Japanese mall. This, of course, is not
according to tho rules and regulations
of the I'onnillco Department, and L'nlt
ed States District Attorney Ilreckoiis,
"He not weary In well doing; keep up the good light -not
with swords, but through the press, which Is more power
ful and more effective."
Growing old gracefully In years,
but wonderfully active and versa
tile In mind and body, John llur
rougtis, tho world-noted naturalist,
sat among the palms and flowers In
tile fojer of the President House
mid talked of Hawaii, tier people,
their envltonmenlH unit opportuni
ties, und the commerclal'progresB nf
the Islands, His clear, gruy yes
shone with the flush of Nature's
(.harm with which ho Is so richly
endowed, unit as he talked ono (ould
feel un echo of the life-long Inllit-iiu-e
of tho forest, (lowers and bills
that have been bis faorltu com
panions. Travel In "Crossetts."
told Asslit-int PiiMiii.iftt , Oanu tli.it'
hu should tint p null ll
The puperi. weie all akin to tl,o
Japanese lull bouse and e-d Into thieo
bundles to which n tug was ntllxed
bear In,; In Japanese the words, 'Ha
waii Hbl.ipo slu traitors from Kn
bilkii " These bundles wue then sent
throimh tl-e malls to the Shlnpo and
wete Itcehed by IMIIor Shuba.
There nro several charges upon
which the members of tho committee,
who took the papers and leinined them
to the SblniMi with the defamatory ad
dress might be tried, but tho cliargo
upon which Uchiyama was arrested lx
serious enough, com li lion currying ,
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t hnld Inhnf .
II. K. Duns, the assist, mi postmast
er at Kiibukii. was one of die witnesses
before United States Comtnlrloner
Jiiild this morning. He was c halt
ing In his statements and Mr. llreck
ons had u hard time getting an) thing
ut all out or him, but he dually stated
that Ifcblyamii was one ot four Jap
iineze who were present when the pa
pers weie mailed. He was not very
certain lu his Identlflc-itlon of the man
under ariest us Uclihniuu I hough the
man admitted his Iduitlu and nlso.
though in I under oith nor beforn the
Commissi! hit. that he was one of tho
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"It Is simply wonderful I liavo
thought of Hawaii as u vague ab
stract," ho sutil, "us a little group
of islands far out In the Pacific, shut
off from the rest of the world, where
I might Unit half cMllzed beings.
Instead, I hue come lo n place made
beautiful by nature, where I find
modern progress, and an intelligent,
hospitable people, who hlie oer
whelmcd me with their kind atten
tions ' lu my tramp oer )our hills I
am deepl) impressed with tho rich
ness of their soil und their erdurc.
'Ihey ure different from any I hne
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