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VOL. XI. NO: 433-1
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITRY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1909. -10 PAGES.
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BOSTON, June 10. Edward Ev
crctt Hale, chaplain of the U. S. Sen
ate, died here today.
Edward Everett Hale, author and
minister was born in Boston April
3. 1822. graduated at Harvard in
1839. L. L. D., conferred by Dart
mouth 1901 and Williams 1904. He
was two years usher Boston Latin
School, was licensed to preach and
served as minister Church of Unity,
Worcester, Mass. He married Emily
Baldwin Perkins at Hartford, Conn.,
October 13, 1852. He was a promi
nent rjromotcr of Chautaqua and
Lend-a-Hand Clubs. He wrote ex
tensively books, poems and essays
nmonc them which became famous
"In His Name." "New England Bal
lads," "Foundation of the Republic,"
and "The Man Without a Country."
He has been editorially connected
with numerous literary publications
for many years. Edward Everett
Hale, Jr., his son, professor English
in University of Columbia, and El
len Day Hale, his daughter, survive
MEMPHIS. Tenn., June 10.
General Fied Grant, son of General
Ulysses S. Grant, to whom the ar
mies o fthe Confederacy were sur
rendered, today reviewed a parade of
ten thousand Confederate veterans
assembled in the city.
GOV. GEN. SMITH GREETED.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 10. Gen
eral James Smith, Governor General
of the Philippines, arrived here to
day nnd was greeted with marked
display of the good will of the peo
ple of the city. A cavalry escort
was given him from the steamer to
his hotel, and his return had some
of the phases of a triumphal entry.
SPANISH SHIP ASHORE.
NEW YORK. June 10. The Span
ish ship Antonio Lopez is ashore on
Fire Island. The 520 passengers on
board have been rescued.
MEDAL FOR WRIGHTS.
WASHINGTON, June 10. Prcsi
dent, Taft today presented the
Wright brothers of aeroplane fame
with the medals struck off in their
honor by 'the Aero Club of America.
C0lMT IS0J, J
SENATOR ALDRICH OF RHODE ISLAND
Sen.itor Nelson V Alilnch lias sur-
prised IiIk colleague liy tliu wldo
range of I. Is infoimnllon in l.irlfT
NEW YORK, June 10. The Fed
cral Grand Jury is investigating the
methods by which the American Su
er Refining Company the Trust
acquired control of the Pennsyl
vania Refining Company.
The Bulletin will not be iiiusd
tomorrow Kamehameha Cay.
np H K shortest
road to the
tion in a Man's
Summer Suit leads
"Correct Clothes for Men."
We are ready with
the latest styies and
The Kash Co.,
Cor. Tort nnd Hotel.
WHO IS SHAPING THE HIGH TARIFF
schedules. Although tho Hhodo Island
senator liau long boon famous for his
Intimate know ledge of national finan
(!cu ;,'n II I'll tz. ctptaln of tho
cableshlp ri.iurelicu Ward, luw liwn
deroiated by Ills Imperial Majesty
Dnpnior .Mutsuhlto of Japan Tho sil
ver imdal, (row ned with tho chrysan
themum emblem, was lecelved jester
d.15 by Consul General Ujeno This
was pnitlded In recoKiilttou of the
fdudly art of Cifptalu I'lltz In xaOni;
Iho Jailniiese fishermen, ubamloueil on
I lei lues Hoof, near Midway Island Tho
medal, accompanied by tho coiiKiatu
latloos of tho ICiuporor, Is now In the
Why not tnke out an Ac
cident Polioy before you leave.
It may be too late when the
ces. Ills follow members of I ho upio
lirnncli of Congress had no Idea that
lie was so thoroughly imsled on tin
Intricacies of tariff schedules, T1i
turlff Mil which bears the name ol
Representative Pajrri of New York
anil naturall has ' Ifoeh labeled lh
I,ani) bill, will go down In history ai
iho Aldrlch bill by roaBon of tlio flKht
that the Sumtor ban nintle- for the res
toratlon of schedules that tho original
nicasiiru roiiaht to reduce. Senatoi
Aldrlch has met nearly overy attack
of the tariff reformers with oxhaustUr
statistics to uphold bin protection
leuH I'.Mit tho maximum and mill'
Iminn scale, which Is balTllng to the
ordinary mortal. Is readily elucidated
by Senator Aldrlch. I Us debato lias
been marked by the rarest skill, and
his diplomacy has enabled him to re
store m.in of tho schedules that een
a niajorlt) of his party leaders op
hands of Consul General Uyeno, who
Is nw-altlnK the arrival of Captain l'lltj
at tho Consulate.
Tho medal Is attached to a colored
ribbon, whllo tho Captain's namo It
neatly Inscribed on the back,
Tho copy of the Imperial congratu
latlons Is Binned by tho chief of tho
Imperial decoration bureau. Captain
iTIltz was unaware that this honor had
I been bestowed on him.
Captain I'lltz saed tho lives of sov
oral abandoned Japaneso fishermen
on December 15 of Inst year. Tin
. fishermen were members of tho crew
oi mo .lap.int'M) snip Kjoiio Mum.
Tho Uiililwln National Ilaiilc.of Kahu
1 ill. has applied to Action Troasurei
Homcnwii) for a $10,000 slice of the
Territorial nmness. under thu deposit'
urj act Tho bank offers thu usual In
dustilal s.'uirltles and the usual 2 per
cent luteust ou tho requested ed posit
Notice has been sent to the bunk that
If trm securities mv sattsfactor) the
deposit will lie made.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 0. Sugar
ueets, B8 anayisis, lUs 6 3-4d,
Parity, 4.22 cents. Previous quota
tion, 10s 7 l-4d.
MoiielKiioi Chase, chaplain of the
I Ifth Caah was tho finest of thu Y
M I lit Its smoker Klvcn In St Iiuls
Alumni hall last ewiiliik'. He Rao
tho uiembeis a ery InteiestlllK tulk
on the peiional life of I'opo I'Iiih X and
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't the
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
SEE THAT BOY?
He is one of ours: rnii nf th Hud
you read about, and SEE, when you
t Telephone 301.
Great Hawaiian Feast
Will Be Observed
MANY PICNICS ARE PLANNED
BY CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES
Statue of Empire Builder Will Be
Decorated Central Union Will
Break All Records 20
tomorrow Kamenamcna way
Jeur to the hearts of all native Ha-
wallans, will bo celebrated In ac-
ordanio with the usual custom by
thousands of people on the various
Islands. Willi appropriate cere.
monies the Kamehameha IxidRo and
the Hill Olwl will at 10 o'clock dec-
orate the statue of tho tlrst great
ruier. nnu the laurels of his reign mMlrtuiit changes. The Makee Sugar
will be made the subject of national Compaii) objected nurlousl) In tho
Jongs and speeches. In tho after-'first Instance tn that provision of the
noon a great luan will bo held, but proiwsed leavo limiting the time It
tho pluco has not ns yet been select- should rim to nine ears This, they
id. The races of the old Katnehume- Bn,i, wag entirely too short a time to
ha dny, well remembered by the make It worth their whllo to enter Into
iged native inhabitant. are no the deal This "objection U runt bvcp
uore. but other forms of amusement come by the concession of the Govern
ittruct tho peoplo who make It their ,cnt to the effoct that the lease shall
national nouuay. ine wneels or
business are stilled, and everybody
s expected to participate In the fes
tivities. The children of Honolulu nro
looking forward with excited ex
pectancy to tho dawn of tomorrow.
Tho little folks will tako possession
of all tho available picnic grounds
and eclebrnto In their childish fash
Ion tho memorial ceremonies dovoted
to tho departed Monarch who cre
ated of Hawaii an Island Kmplre.
Mttlo Tommy will receive an ex
tra scrubbing for tho occasion, while
lister Allco Is picking out her best
frock and primping with a view of
dazzling Johnny Jones, who has In-
slated on paying- too much attention
to her coitBln. Visions of good
things to eat, tho big swings, und
tho slide boards have been the
dreams of the youngsters for u week,
and their rollicking laughter will be
heard on all sides.
At about 9 o'clock all of the chll
Jrcn attending the Ceutial Union
Sunday School will ussemhle ut the
hurcli. Special cars will be pro -
tided to bring the children from
Knllhl church, l'alama Settlement
mil Kakaalui Mission to tho Oahtt
College grounds, which la annually
urned over to the church by I'rcsl-
lent Grimth on this day. Here the
joungsters will meet from the main
church nnd all Its brunches, und the
progrum will bo announced for the
lay Until noon, swings, slide
boards und other umusements will
be piovlded. Promptly at 12 o'clock
the good things to eat will be spread
ou tables und on the grass, where It
Is expected fully 1,500 children will
attend I.aBt vear there were about
(Continued on Pace 4)
Developing- and printing.
Meals at the
AjK better and less expensive.
Jlotel, near Union.
IS UP TO
A new proKittloii has bien nnde In
tho Territorial Government to tin- Mn
keo Suitor Comnam for the exchange
of the Kapaa lands, mid nlthouKh the
proposition has not yet been incept
led, It is understood that the prospects
j for settllm; the texed matter are
brighter now than the hae been
Hnco ncKCtlatlons llrst beuan, about
a Jear and a half iiro.
The new proK)sltlon made by Gov-
crnor Kreor In a letter to Senator Kiilr-
chllds. the nianoRlnK represcntntUo of
th Maket InteresU. Is In the main
mllnr to the orlKlnal proposition
nm, by the Government carU In the
neKOtliillons. There are. however, two
irun for ii... extreme Icnctli of Him. i.l.
lowed by tho Organic Act ns amended,
which Is 15 jcars.
Another particular In wlilrh the now
proM)sltlon differs from the onu orlg
inally made by tho Government Is In
relation to tho wnter rights. Under
tho old proposition tho water nnd tho
land went together. Under such con
ditions the Government, under the
right rescived by Itself, decide to with
draw certain of tho laud for home
stead purposes, It would find this Im
practicable on account of the fact that
tho water would be under tho control
of he Uigur company and could not
bo mod without the consent of that
miner mo provisions or the new
projiosltlon thu land and tho wntei do
not go together, but tho cotnpanv Is to
bo given tho uso of tho wnter. under
and subject to tho control or the Ter
rltory. Tills obviates what was one
of tho most serious objections ou the
part of the Territory to the llrst prop
osltlon which waH made b the Terrl
1 As previously stated, the new propo
slllon In general Is the same us that
made over a enr ago and which was
rejected by Col. Spalding The lands
concerned He on the two sides of the
Kualla river On the north side iff
(Continued on Pace 2)
WILL IJICHI BE
ORDEF EO TO STAY?
It Is stated by the strlkcis that
cablegram Is expected from the .lap
unese government, directing Admiral
Ulclil. on his nirival hero ou tho 23ul
," '"'ll1 Mi "'luadrou ut Honolulu until
nit Be moment 01 toe giriKO
Travel in "Crossetts."
WORKING IN FIELD
First Gang "Turned To''
On Honolulu Plantation
WAIPAMJANS COME TO TOWN;
01HIHS PREPARE TO WORK
Japanese Wholesale Merchants Hold
ins Importnnt Meeting To-
day to Settle Agi
tators. Japanese turned out to work on Ho- '
nolulii plantation this morning mark
lug the llrst npiKuirnnee of lnpanes
In the field Him.- Iho strike started
A number of .lap.inone workmen at
Oahu nl.iuiatlon are iirenurtni: in en
to work. Ihev having moved Into thu
rump About four hundred followers
of the Agltutors have left Wulp.thti.
the women nnd hlldroii oomliig In
town this morning
Japanese, wholesale merchants nro
holding voir luiKirt.tm meetings to
d.i The matters discussed urn tc
ixirtcd In bo a better understanding of
the situation !) the retail uarclmntr
of Wnlpaliti and Iho withdrawal of sup
Iort from the Agitator organ.
The flrat of the returned Japancsi
l.ilmiers went to work on llouoluli
plantation this morning Thev nn
what Is known ns Hie Araknw.i men
ittiii niiiioiign in. ir milium l not
large thev me In the Hold and ilnhiL-
This furnishes tho nucleus nhoot
which the others will form
Lost tllclil these men nml the unmoi
of the purty were comfortably housed
in the Japanese camp or tho plantu
tlon. The men did not ask for protoc
tlon particular!), savlnc that If nnv
ono came to disturb them Iho Intrud
ers would get nil that was coming to
them. The plantation iiiithoiitUs.
however, took steps to have the punm
carefullj guarded and the men will bo
piotoclod against any violence In tho
Hiking From Walpahu.
The feature of the niclii nn,i n,,ru .
morning today was the squads or Jup
anese strikers fuun Wnlpaliti who
lined the toadwujs tn town
About hllf past &!x ll.-t nvonln-r
some four hundred of tho laborers til
Walimhit ho?. in iti, ii- iinn.i. .. .1...
The riot of the night before nml tho
large number of ariesta following
through the day. W'cdiicsdav. caused
these Hipli) to decide to get out ns
there whs no assurance tint gome or
them could go back to tho houses If
they wauttd to Manager Hull baa de
termined ou cleaning out the dlsro
utuble element III nml around his plan
tutlon nnd ho lias the solid uupiHirt of
the coinlniinltv In making n thoiougU
Job of It while he Is ut woik
I'roh.ib live hundred men and wo.
nun left Walpahu vesterdav evening
.mdoiilv this morning Nothing In do
ing done to havo them tumaln. us
thtst people nio fre agonta and Iheio
(Continued on Page 3)
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