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nesi office. These are tho telepho.li
numbers c'. tie Bulletin oflice.
Tho Hoibcrt Willie's Concert Company Including Herbert Wither, tho
Ro-ralled "Joaehlm of the lolnucollo"; Mndnnio I.iiIbu Hnbrlno, prima don
na Miprano of the Ituyal ()Krn Covcut flnrdeiii Mr C'harloH Dennett, thu
Amerleun bailtonc. and Madame MarKiicrltu t:i7y, K It A, M nolo ptanhtte,
niH'iir to have hail rare koimI fortune thin Uit HoaHim In tlmlnK their vlv
ItH to many of the mmit I mpurt ;mt plar?n of tho East ho that they rhotild
fit In with Hpcclal ommiIh luaklii); then( placcH (to the vlidtnriO doubly in
tcicHtlni;. Wherever the coiiinauv l'-i gone it Iuik inailo hiindrcdfl of ad
mlrliiK friends by tho Rtcrllug miislcl nulilp of Itu members, and there
KoeniH VKery kooiI lejmm for tho m.Hiiuscrlal belief that the return visit
pext deanon to India, tho Malay States, Java, Manila, China and Japan will
pass Into tho history of music In Aula as quite the most successful ton
of nny concert party yet heard In tho I'ar Hast. The unllct of the Press
Hint tho Withers Is tho most musician!)- group of artistes Asia has an yet
entertained Is based upon tho company's uvcniy-balmirod quality quite as
much an iiikiu tho superior artistry of tho individual members of tho party.
Keats nre on sale at tho IlorKstrom Music Co.
flnilHfilipd frnm Pflm 1
'I ciinmit kiv. Soimi innv iro to Wn.Mho Slieakers,
hlawn. Some may so to Honolulu,
Somo may pi back to Japan."
Do you think that somo of your
men will ro to South America?"
"I canoul say."
"Supposing your money and sup
plies nro exhausted, what will you do
"We will look after that."
"Will J on not iKiHtiuly reconsider
your action nnd remain nl work here
"No unless wo wero Elton hlKher
"Who aro th- heads of different
camps, who itlenil.M tho n.eetliiK?"
"What do jou want to know their These two hullillnKs were also crowd
names for?" raino back ti( leader and ' ed by the stilkers, who wanted to
chairman of the meeting.
"Iiecntiso I doslro to get their state
ments direct ficui them," nnsweind tho
"I)o you want to nddress Ihcin at .1
meeting?" thu reporter was asked.
"Well I do not want to Interfere with
"1 has produced some of the
VjCriUcinV world's leading thinkers-
' Bisrnarck, Humboldt,
VVagnerf Goethe, Heine, Men.el, von Moltke and
hundreds of others.
Its sturdy folk have developed wonderful
mental and physical qualities through the temperate
use of well-brewed beer. Young and old, rich and
poor, all alike partake of beer for their daily bever
age. In Munich the consumption of beer is oyer
two pints daily for every man, woman and child.
If a general movement were started in Hawaii
to drink good beer instead of any other beverage
the people of the whole Territory would be greatly
benefited. In Hawaii, however, you should drink
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M'wwZjimt The Jeer
wJS&BA . To Suit
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our nicotine I am simply hero to
learn tho exact situation of the strike,
on behalf of the 11 n He 1 1 11."
Just then one -of thu' men entered
the hall nnd attracted tho nttentlon of
Tho conversation was
carried o-i in the omco or tho waialua
'"Kh Wno Association. Tho doors
niui tiio winnows ot tnu omco wero
cmwilcil by Interested syeclators. The
confeicncu was very plousant.
Visit to Ccmps.
The reporter next visited tho (litter
ent camps. At, Tuulkl camp, where n
meetliiK was boing held -In the J'upau
eso srhool house, a larRU number ot
Japanese was present. Tho meeting
was confined to tho heads of ditlcreul
reetloiiH outside of Kawalloa. In the
yaid, aclj-'IulriK tho school buliilluK is
n Japanese tcmplu and oflce fo. tho
IIIkIi 'a(;o Association ot Wuialua,
know tho decision of tho conference.
Contract Men to Stay,
Almost all tho contract men ox
pressed their doslro to iio'4 on to their
jobs, The others liulst on leaMiu.
What Mothers Say.
The children ami their mothers: were
Gurrey about it
also Interviewed by the ruporti-i. Tho
women aio only loa glad tb remain Itnry semco or tho hinplri-. and ns,
where they hare been makliu their jettch had a fine command of laiinao )
homes, but they said It wan tip to their, and military aspect which in liitnc-ju I
hnsbtands to decide for their future. the Milker to stick by their vili Al I
Tho children havo vcgetahle gardens. ;
whore papalas, bananas, nnd various'
vegetables nre -planted. Some of lim'
wete busily engaged In Impiovlnguielr
vegetable beds, evidently not know-'
Ing that they wero to abandon them)
forever. In some of tho quarter could J
bo seen preparations to vacato thn .
premises. TrunkB and blankets hao
been packed and ready to be tkken
away at n moment s notice.
Contract Man Stays.
One of the contract mrn, who has
been in the plantation for many years,
said that he would not leave Wilalka.
He atked Deputy Sheriff Ccx for police
protection, and this was promised him.
The contract man said that he has
been working hard In the field fir the
support of himself and hit family. He
admitted that he wanted to get higher
wages, but believed in sticking Is his
job and let the "boss" decide what Is
properly due him. Before coming to
Hawaii he was an undertaker In Japan,
and as such he Is undertaking hi own
According to tho statement of one
of the Japanese In the camp at I'ump
3, nbout one-half of the men will quit
work, whllo the rest will remain o.i
the plantation. Them are 108 men In
this camp. When visited, thn men and
women with their children on their
j backs, cnino about and talked freely
with tho reporter and Deputy Sheriff
Cox. They were orderly, nnd natural
ly they said they were In favor of re
ceiving higher wages.
SO Men Camp.
The Japaneso nt tho CO-Men Camp,
so called becausn thore aro CO men
Ihlng there, will, according to Mr. Ta
nabe, one of the men, contlnuo to work,
as they have been doing In tho I'ist.
Tho men .iro among tho best laborers
that could bo teen in tho Waialua plan
tatlon. Many of tho children havo se
cured citizen papers.
In this camp there, aro tveity-twn
men living, besides tho families. Mil-
sulilro, tho spokesman, stated that
while they at first Intended to leave
tho plantation work, hoy subsequent
ly found that they wero In orror.
Hence, they changed and havo decided
to remain at their work. Mltsuhlro
was formerly n coachman for the late
He said that he and the rest of tho
men could not afford to go on strike,
because of their wives and children.
The membership of this camp Is
gradually Increasing, and before long
there will be many mora fathers and
mothers domiciled In there.
Thcro are about 84 men In tho O.iy
camp, according to Mr. Tsuda, chair
man of tho Sunday meeting. Ho lives
in this camp. According to him the
majority will quit tho plantation, bo-
cause the wages aro Insufficient.
Tho I.ua camp jicoplo aro in tn tint
ar. They havo not decided what to
do. It Is expected, however, that they
will nrrlvo ut some conclusion some
time today. It Is generally bellovcd
that they will quit work.
Kawalloa's Powerful Man.
The Kxtwallou men, as wm previous
ly reiwrted, will stay by their cano
fields. Tho chief spokesman In on
vluclng tho laborers to stay, is Sato,
once a deputy sheriff In Japan befoie
'.coming hero. Ho has been In the mil-
I though ho In hated by the .i. pam.ie at !
llators. he pays no attention tc their
throats. "I don't bellcte In striking
Ilk? thin," nal.l Sato. "It I not a man-
ly way or asking for bene- wan. k
Under Police Protection.
Deputy Sheriff Cox, who.! g-uer Jib
liked by tliu Japanese In WiilJlua 1 .it
night -pos tod u iiutnbor of xi t In tin
Sixty Men Camp, Mokulela Camp, and
I'iimp-G Camp. This was (Imic nt tV
request of tho men, thmiii!!i .Manager
Ooodale. Those lhlnu In tliej-o rnni.iv
nre mostly contract men Thev wum
to go to work, and In order 'hat tiny
nilxbt be rnfe from nttack by tliti-s
they asked Deputy Sheriff Cox for pin
tectlon. The men ritd .wMnnlaN that
they do not o.ire to leave 'heir cnue
fields, where ihty IiiUm pui In tli'ir
siren Klh and labor with a vh of get
ting prosprious returns at tho en, I of
Loves the Place.
"I don't want to leave my largo cano
field there for the benefit of the plan
tation, and u order to pb-a-e the stilk
ers," said one of th men, wm dee lined
to give nut his name. "I li;ne livid
hero for route years an I I li.iw eonu
to love the place." coiiiIimii i lie "I
bellovo that li the Japaiir nlll cml
bo 'hoomaiiawanul' (patient), they will
got better wages."
Engineer Corps Surprises.
Th rpresu.C" of the l.nslr.eer C'ori
In .Mokulela Is r-oureo if mix It einl-
oilly fo tho Wi'laln.i .'a.iu. ' They
seem to hollow that Unrl.i Sam is
keeping himself co to ihc Hold of
trouble. A week ago Si, tub., a tout
one hund.ed aivallor fri.i. l.tllchiu
rodo through the siren of Wjlnltiu,
They were nrmed, earning illle,
swords and slher military we.it ons.
Their piusenco In the Vibilu.i dlctilct
opened the eves of tV mitten, mi)
since then vine of the n-ni iuv de
cided to relie.i to work. 'i,-n of Hu
Japanese wvre i.rious l- Know about
the presence of 'Tnrle Jivt'i, boy at
Moktileln. Some Japanese believe that
those camping there nru from the l.i I
lehua Cavalry Pot.
Consul at Waialua.
In the afternoon Japanese Consul
tlenoral Uycno, accompanied by two of
his secretaries, arrived at Waialua In
an nutnsiobile. Ho called on private
business. Kinie of tho Japanese strik
ors did not know their Consul General
by sight. Hut when told they were
pleased and spoke very highly of him
Tho Consul did not publicly speak to
the men there.
PROCEEDINGS AT EWA
Tho lenders and tho supporters of
tho Ewa High Wago Association helS
a meeting In tho Japaneso Music Hnll
Sunday. Their meeting, though quiet
and ordorly, vas Interrupted uncxpect
edly by the announcement of the prcs
ence of tho Advertiser reporter, by on
of tho attendants.
Kwalcho," which means chairman
cried out a well dressed young Japan
t'so man. "Hero Is either an Advcrtls
er or a II u 1 1 e 1 1 n reporter,"
The chalrmnn, who wears glasscx
looked over his eye-magnlflcrs to seo If
he could pick out tho malllilnl. Tlt
nudlcuco of about 250 turned n round tr
seo tho man. Tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n report
er, who understands tho Japanese Ian
gunge, und can read a little Japanese
himself, rose up among tho Japanese
who stood up excitedly, and attracted
tho attention of tho chairman, who
was approaching tho main door U,
meet tho mallhlut. Ho was accompa
nied by n large number of his follow
ers. It was a moment of excitement
for the reporter, but ho kept his eyet
and ears wide open, so that none of
tho whlsicred remarks should escape
Tho men wero disponed to bo ugly if
ho was found to bo an Advertiser re
ixirter. If ho was a I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n mnn
It was all. right. When the chairman
who is not acquainted wllh tho re.
I)rter, had met him, ho liolltely asked
tho roiiorler tn come out, so that ho
might toll him tho proceedings of the
Familiar Faces Met,
Whllo standing outside of the main
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Fine view. Large yard.
P. E. R. Strauch
Heal Estate Agent.
WaityBldg. 74 S.King St.
, - r r 1 " I
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I ,. PVii u'elknels'6 nJ
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ami was entirely
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Williams. II l I), Xo. U. Box 39,
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Invites ull slcl; women to writ
her for uil vice. llcrnUvlcc Ufroe,
ami ulwnjs UeliifiU.
Installations at the
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is the proverbial
wind which points
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Why don't you come in
and be one of the four today?
We will teach you.
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