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P.VI3NIN0 DUl.t.KTIN, IIONOMIMJ.T. M WEDNESDAY, JUNK 111, 'flfl
A PHYSICAL WRECK
HAPPIEST SIX WEEKS
COUNTY TAKES OVER
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every dav except Sunday. Weakly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
V-(iac R. Hurrlnifton ' tZciltor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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pf (Jujitri nmwtur in I' 5 J,oti
Vr ntr, an lirie n l s M.ot
mi. iwwlj a id torriRii I2,om
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
l-! ' fciciltorUil looms, - 185
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L WEDNESDAY .
Genius is eternal patience.
h Hhniilil Innocent lt,iinrn or
pciippful Thugs fiar .i piKinpi It lit I
Let rtitiiniiin lui-tlpp Ik kpI nt work
and the ouIiiikpx "" being pcrpe-
tinted nit .l.nmiiPHp wild wunt 1
work will soon lip brought lo an end.
Slioultl Coiigicss oip to tut the
stored coin of piosppious inrpoin-,
lions It nuty menu much to pw.plp
In Hawaii wlio claim that wlipt,
coriiointlons liutp iuoiipn on hiunl K
thuulil be puld out In dividends
rresiupui inn nns iukpii ii posi
Hon on tllc Income Inx thai N IlkcL
to brltiR rIh in iiip If noi appi'dy re
milt. llli im- njei- pnatlpully out
linen a emu ,n n ii i. t mi will rnln.
tlio inetnli ""iiKreiw who want
ou Inmic'li mi ume lax law, .mil
nt the winie 1 1 up more eprtalulv pm-
Itle for .in I in mm' tux law t tin t i in
not he .lefrntp.l TIip lereM.ity fi
an appeal to umen.l the .iiiiHilun'oti ,
la more polltlc.il lliau locnl.
BETTER THAJU'OTHING. .
A Hieamlilii wlili i i (immoilatlon
for thlitv-Hlx ii.K-encprM In lietter
than a Hlpanmlilp pipilpppil only for
fielRht. and to that extent Honolulu
lioulil lie (jrnteful for what Hip
Atnertcan-llawnlliiii Company lia
ilone to promote the eomciilencp of
Uotioliilu I'ncler any rlreuiiiHlnnr
e the ieople here npprvelnlp Hie In
terem the local iiRent of the Hup, .Mr.
Morne. Iium taken In urdnc mure o
lemhe pawencer pipilpmeiit. 'I lie
. II u I I e I I n hppen the tlmn will
como when the controlling mati.iK
em of the line will Ilnil that It wo'ild
linve patd them weU lo reciprocate
more lllienill) for Hie Krenl frplfiiit
inrrylni; triulo whlidi In now enjiiypil
by the Amerlcnii-llawnllaii.
LET JUSTICEJ1E DONE.
yrompi ami mmplete Just lie
kliould be Kiw n the ARllatoiH M'I
Thugs now under Indictment IiefoM
the Circuit Court
It Is tliclr riKbt
The welfare of Hip ronimiinlt) ite
innnili a speed trial
StraitRp us It mat be, thp tenre
Fcntathes of the Wolalnm of law
are strhltiR fm delay on Hi" onu
hand, while (t)Iiir out against the
nets of represpiitatUps of the depart
ment of Justice.
Hut whether the Agitator fpek
all tho oiportuiiltles for the law
delay or not. the higher inmmuultv
IntPrestR mid Hin demands of law
mid order call for action.
TIip Inane Is Mich that a special
term of until would be Justiflt I if
thut be np(pssjr) lo secure' a Viompi
trial. .Instil p c.iuunt be done tinder
Hie prei-etil i In ii'.iHtnncc liv .ill i-
Ing Hie linll' i 'il men lo r'uniii mi-
der suspli Ion. If the) are Intncei.t,
or out of J.i II If tlie are guilt) as
Let Hip trial proceed.
ANOTHER AGITATOR OUTRAGE.
One outrage nftcr another heenis
to be Hip established policy of tho
men engaged In arousing t lie .liipan
Pte with false promises.
Tlie latest Is the promise Hint Ad
miral Ijlelil's waships soon lo arrhe
on tliclr letiiin nip to .lapuii will
taku a hand in Hie strike nit nation
In behalf of the strlkeis. This statu
mbnl lias been mndii verbally li)
AkIIiiIoih and yesterday was illsti Hi
nted In clicular foim.
It Is lianl to Imagine an) thing
" better Intended lo lire the Ignorant
Japanese with ullerly falsi) ideas
that will lead Hie Irresponsible ones
to further ilolenio and muse manv
another who might lie earning good
wages for himself and family to con
tinue eking nut an existence in tlio
rice kitchens of llonniulu.
; There Is not the slightest pros
pect of tho Japanese warships bo
coining Involved In tlio htrlko ques
tion. Tho only possible tiling the
warships (ould do under the clrruni
stniici'H would ho lo protect Japuu
CBo from (ho nttn.cl;s nnd outrago to
WHUKi,Y hlui.u. in
Per !u Motitns 9 ,flo
P Yft, ati)here in U S (.no
Pet Year, n -there In Canidi . t.flo
I'er Wat tost'id. loreijtn . 3,uu
etiieml r the Poiiorficr at Honolulu
as levoml clam nitlttr.
JUNE 16, 1009.
which mum of Ihi'in have bpcn still-.
'jetted It) other .Inpinesp.
The whole proposition of Inter-
ttn-nev llli Hip local government
l preposterous. Tlip criminal rcc
mil iif tlip Agltntois anil Thugs In
In tin bearing mi tlip general
utrlkr Mltunlliin. (Ills ilpclarallon of
tlio Agitators Ih n furtlipr Indication
of tliclr fulling cause. Tlicy ilnil
,hnt Hf,,,r pRhl W0,,Kl) of l)nfHnPI
,,,,!,,,. lllP, lmilll holstpr their
,.11I1Kl. nllcl ,tr tllc ,enrls ,)t their tin-
UM.iiatP followem Willi npwl) In-
TliPlr position Ih not now. Ker
man who stuns In wlili ciliulnul
fnlKplionil Iuik to follow It up until i
he winds liliimplf up In ,i fntnl moll i
from wlilcli lip riiniiot pucnpp Tlie i
llniil outcome of tliln latest Agitator'
fnlneliooil inn) lip lii'iiellplal to the'
ppiit of n man haiiKlng lilnifdf If
ghoii pnoiiKli lopp MpanwhllP
iiiiiii) pl-intpiitlniic! .lap.iliPKp arc
linlnc Inrrllilv tnfKlpft. wiirnn thnll
fimo,, ,, ,,,,, ,,.,., ecmtll of
, ,(),nlllnt) ,,, rUc Iltlll
iPHldeiit. most oiitniKPoimly liiBiiltnl.
TIipmp Kltaiors lakp Kreat plpau
uie In talkliiK of their rights Hint
are mil rpcoRiiizeil and tlio protection
ihp hae not rpecUeil. Tbey have
been InlPrprellnR liberty lis license
fiotii the outppt. They havo violated
tery tenet of decent citizenship, and
now they make a loud noise about
their treaty prlvlIeKPS.
Talk about wiirnhlps! H tlie ArI
t.ilom wprp to do In Japan what
iIipi Ihup dotip hprp. llipy and llielr
llleralurp would have been up
plPKHVl Ioiir iiro.
"Times" are better on Hip main
land. There is no doubt of It. The
perxonal ipportH of lhltnm arc bark
ed b) n Ktpiullly strpiiRtliPiiliiR note
of mnlldencp In tlip Dniiiiclal reviews
of upw.1 wrltern mid the (trcular let
tern rent out by the bankers.
Api'.ircntlt the liuirf Klluatlon has
Iippii pi elt) well slcd up and the
ll'PIl . f luntilij nit. lrnltn- .ilimiil fill
i ,h(. ,,.,,, r ..,.,, ,,,!,. ,lloteetlim"
with no serious dlstuili.incp of tho
TIip lalpst circular of Henry Clews
Is wi'litpii in a particularly bright
vein Although stalling out with
Hie lommeut that much depends on
the einp situation, the circular pro
ceeds to point out Hint thero is every
pionpeet of crop KJtulltlons being
Eatlnfactory. Ihiiugh the total num
ber of bushels of wheat may be n
little less than some of tho former
)pais of prosperity
"Tlicie Is, however, much compen
sation In the outlook lor corn, which
piomises a larpe and prolltiihlo crop;
possibly Hie largest on record," says
Clews "Our corn crop last year was
.lined at considerably more than
wlieat ami cotton loinblncd. The
out look for cotton Is for an nvcrngo
ciop at good prices; so that If corn
mid intliin ipuIIzp expectations there
will be no reason for anxiety run-
(priilug our iiRriciiltiirnl outlook.
Our fanners will again lio n highly
linportant element In the continu
ance of national prosperity, and they
are In the fortunnlp position of hav
ing a surp market for all that thpy
can posslbl) produce nt ery prullt
ulilo pi Ices.
"Tho most eiicouraging conditions
III sight are those connected with
Hie Industrial situation Our iron
tinde shows steady Improvement,
eery branch of Hie latter feeling
tho Influence of recuperation; the
oluine of business being almost up
to previous years."
"Itiillronds have placed largo or
dcis for rails, structural material,
cms and engines. The building trad"
continues excellent and Is also it
boiiite of much new business.
"The i copper Industry Is also feel
ing the effects of industrial improve
ment, consumers arc placing Incicas
ed ordeis, and prices Iiido been linn,
although piodiiction is still In ox
cesstof consumption and supplies ou
hand lenialn excessive. In the tex
tile ludiistilcs there Is considerable
cctivlU, especially In cotton goods;
and the dry Roods market generally
is In exceptionally sound condition,
nlihoiigh tho usual period of sum
mer ci u let Is now npproachlnK. It Is
Lots for Sale
One lot, 100x150 $230.00
One lot, 100x160 245.00
Two lots, 150x200 ....1100.00
Four lots, 200x300 . . . .1100.00
Two lots. 150x200 .... 800.00
One lot, 75x150 500.00
HOMES FOR SALE.
PAL0L0 One and one-half
acres; modern house; mod
em plumbing'; city water;
electric lights; stream of
running water; five min
utes walk car line $3150
OTHER PARTS OF CITY We have
several small homes for sale at
following prices: $1,100. $1,
450. $1,G00, $2,G50, $4,250,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Patrons of the
will please take the
ELEVATOR to the
rrlRtilflcnnt Hint Tall lllvpr cotton
manufacturers did not enforce tlio
reduction In wiirck IIiIh week, which
they could liao done In accordance
with the labor lonlract. This show
ed Kallnfactlou with prcttnl condi
tions and confidence In the future.
The woolen mills are well bold up
and the IiIr concerns hold cry large
"The money market (oiitlnucs well
supplied with funds. Hank reserves
have lately been rlsliiR. nutwlth
btandlnR the expansion of loans nnd
continued Rold exports. Tlio great
surplus of money seeking employ
ment, not only In the United States,
but In nil parts of the world, Is em
phatic testimony that business,
though ImprovliiR ,1s still below Its
former volume. The situation, how
ccr. Is working out Its own cure.
At the Peninsula, furnished cot
tage for the summer or by the
Furnished cottage, cor. Hackfeld
and Prospect streets 40
Magazine street $27.50
Beretania street 40.00
Matlock avenue 30.00
Rental property near town at a
figure to net ten per cent to buyer, i
Fort and Merchant Streets.
MILES OF SEA BRIDOED BY ONE
LEAVE the care
of your busi
ness with us
while traveling this
Thus you will
have a vacation
Cheap money Is one of the Rrcntcst
of stimulants to recovery; also one
ol tho best. t
"Umdon Is millc likely to sell
many of our hlRher-prlccd securities
In case of any further advance. On
the other band, It is probable that
a considerable proportion of security
Issues, Including those pending ns
well as those already Issued, will
Ilnil placement abroad, and London
is now hii)lng our goods to escape
new taxation. There Is nothing in
the home monetary situation to cause
anxiety, yet the tendencies toward
depletion of our gold supplies nnd
expansion of our paper currency nro
not altogether healthy symptoms.
Western funds arc still coming In
this dliectlon with considerable
freedom, nnd easy money rates nro
probable tor some time in the fu
ture." REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for R-cord June 14, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4.30 p. m.
Koloa Hugar Co to V A Kinney . .I'D
Kolomon Klona to Kaiioholuea Kl-
J A Knncho and wf lo Polly I'okl-
Harry K Walalclc by nitgoo to Tr of
Ong Kce Jan 1'orc Affdt
Harry K Walaleio by mtgeo to Chti
Kst of James Campbell by Trs to IC
Entered for Reccrd June 15, 1909,
from 8:30 a. ni. tc 10:30 a. m.
Ollwa I.aheia (w) ot at In Wing On
BULLETIN ADS PAY
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
New Dutch Collars
New Jabots & Tabs
New Stocks and
New Wash Belts
New Ruchings by
But He Wants To See Our
"I hnve spent here six of the hap
piest weeks of my life," snld Paul do
Longprc while making his farewell call
at tho II it I let In office jesterday af
ternoon, "I have Rained weight too. I weigh
eight pounds inoro (linn when I catiio
ami my wife Is twelve pounds heavier.
It linn done us good. This Ih ii beau
tiful place, n beautiful place. I can
not say enough In Its praise. I wish
I might stay longer hut I havo my home
"I wish )ou would not forget what 1
havo said ehoiit your band. Tho Ha
waiian hand 1b tho only amusement
featuro ou huc hero to entertain
your visitors. Il Is now so small (hat
)our excellent leader, Mr. Ilergor, can
not do er much with tho host music
although ho does wonderfully well with
what, ho has.. There will he military
bands coming In hero now and If you
wish to keep the Hawaiian hand up to
Its right standard iih an entoitaluiucnl
feature for tourists, )ou should In
ci case ItH slip. You must do It. That
Is tho thing that has Impressed mo
most during my stay hero. This place
Is beautiful, beautiful. I Khali como
here again, have no doubt I shall come
hero again, hut I want to seo when 1
return that )uur people hun soph the
Importnnco of Increasing jour band.
Then you will have nn entcrtnlnment
featuro that everyone will talk about
more than they do now, and )our own
peoplo will enjoy It. It Ih wurth
"I shall como again. I line no feai.
N'cxt Api il. May and Juno I think.
Three months I exiecl I shall ho here,
llcnieniber, I tell you that I haw spent
hero the ha.; lest six weeks of mt
WITHERS CONCERT CO.
In writing (o Iho client of two full
columns In tlie "Hatalii Nlpiiwsblad"
last l'cbru.ir) of the erforinancc of
tho Withers Concert Company, l)r
Hans van do Wall, tlio Bilpremo mils
ical authority of the Dutch hides, had
tills to say of Hie )Oiing llrlttsh "cellist
who baa come so fur to the front dur
ing the past few years and will tie
heard heio with his company again I'd
day evening at the Opera House.
"Tlio celebrity of an artiste Is not
nln)K proportionate- to the me.isuie
of his iibllit:' and to tho value of Ins
endowment, because, in our day espec
ially, celebrity Is often the result of
Judicious ami systematic advertise
ment not in Hie first place of partic
ularly developed artistic talent it is
owing to this that so 'many much
vaunted aillstes disappoint us in their1
pciformniiccs, while we aro sometimes
unexpectedly fascinated by tho tech
nlcpio and genius of a truly great ar
tiste almost or entirely unknown. He
fore this week I had never heaid of
Herbert Withers as one of Hie world's
great violoncc lllsts. Suddenly ho canio
before us without tlio hounding of
drums In his behalf. And ho pioves
himself an exceptionally endowed
at lisle, wild a masterly technique and
a marvellously delicate touch. This,
and Iho iiiithoiltntlvo perfection of hi.
phi) Ing throughout, nro Mr. Withers'
Individual characteristics as a gieat
Iho next concert will ho Krlday
evening in mo cipora House. Heals
nro on mile at Horgslrom Music Co.
Let us connect the different de
partments of your store or office by
a private telephone.
Union Elcotric Co.,
The price of a copper card
plate is very little. After
you have one your engraved
cards will cost you no more
than common printed ones.
Ask to sec our samples.
II. F. Wichman & Co.
Resolutions Passed For
Tlio Hoard of SupenlKorH. Inst night
transferred High Sheriff Henry from
tho "waiting" to the "retlicd list" In
(ho Jail mailer. Not but that the m.iu
tigemeiit of dial Institution was per
fectly satisfactory under (he past man
agement, but the inc'iiilicrs were fast
In tho opinion thai It wrs up to tho
County lo take hold of Lie Jail and
load onto Sheriff Jnriett's shouldeis
the entire responsibility.
Tlio Hoard went Into a committee of
(ho whole and disposed of Hie pros
sltlon In two resolutions, The first
ntilhorlrcil Iho Vollco committee to
make permanent Improvements to tho
Jail, ahd lo pay for same; $."nno will
he Inserted In tho appropriation hill
for tho ensuing half yearly period.
Tho salaries of tho eiuplo)eps nro
provided for 111 Iho second resolution
Jailor nt Honolulu Jail, $!!; deputy
and clerk, $luo; six guards at $.0; two
turnkeys ol $in; Kwn Jailor, Jill; Wal
nnne, $10; Wnl.iliia, $10; Kool.iiiloa,
$10; Koolaiipoko, $tn.
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a con
cert nt Aa!n Park tonight, commencing'
at 7:30 o'clock. Tho program follows;
March-sTruo Hluo Holke
Overture Jolly Students Supio
Waltz Laura Mlllockcr
Selection Hollo of llohcinla
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. ar by Ilergor
Selection Jul!) Jingles Neat
Waltz KHIplnoM Andrews
I'lnale Kaliiiulcl Ilergor
Tup Star Spangled Haulier.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives co-nplete summary ot
he news of the dav.
A BEVERAGE which leaves only the plcaantcst
memories h the one for the home, for the boys
and girls, the wife and the old man. We make
some that in'igoratcs as a tonic, puts new life
into you and makes you think you are young
enough to carry a lat;h key.
lawaiian Iron fence
JEXT TO YOUNG BLOC 17H..190
It Makes Rich Red Blood
Thai's whj Rainier is the
Leading Summer Drink
the world over
Sj...rs jmw -
1 v x jB
A Resident of Ottawa
Finds RolioTin Pc-ru-na.
Mil. nBNtt HtTjIIAN, 210 HI. Pat
rick atroct, Ottawa, Out., Can.,
writes! .... , ,
"I believed a year ago Ihal I could
atand anything. I worked linrd, kept
Irregular hours, and did not mind tlio
loss of aew mrals, but In sir weeks I
had changed to a physical wreck.
"Klght Isittles of reruns brought
back my itrcnglh."
Mr. A.O. IIardlilg,rl W. HrtSt., New
York City, formerly one of the leading
drugglMs of Prcscott, Ont., ha been
presented with n Iwenlyflvo year
Medal of Honor In Odd Fellowship. Jto
writes an follows!
"i'.vcr since 1 have been handling
Peruna, I have had a fine trade. Onco
a family buys a bottle, I am suro of sell
ing lliem more, and It nover fail, to
bring additional customers.
"1 havo nothing better for catarrh In
all of ll various forma. As a house
hold remedy It la without rompare,
aplendld for mothers nnd excellent for
Tim following wholesale druggl.it
will supply tho retail truio:
Ilenson. Smith & Co., Honolulu,
Water Wjrks Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
and Monument Works
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