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E V E N ING- BUIiLETIH
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING- CO., LTD
At 120 Kinp Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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vv'.iilnco ti. Pjirrlnjjton, - Editor
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JUNE 17, 1909.
Oui remedies oft in ourselves do lie
Which we ascribe to heaven.
(.iw tin- ActlHtom ronilnon JtH
1 1 wlilili nifoiiH a Hpeeil) trial.
tie't hull k Into oiirt nml prove
I heir Inmirtwi o rfi'iimil, on tie
( oil HI of the ii'rluln nwiikenliiK of
tlie Jui.incse ImihIiuhi men and
thoughtful ngrlctilttir.il workers to
ii realization that the program out
Itncil nml partial!) cnrrlcil out lo
ho ARltutorn niennR financial dls-
li -Omuld be a vert simple matter
. tile the wurp qtinKlon of tliu ,,,. nr8t rr tlle inborera and then
i m tut limit one the
I Iimku nit' ellmlnateil
limn Ilngait builness malinger
I i he Sun FionrlMo Assoelnted
( linlileH In quoted ns follow. . r- ,. . .. , ,,.,.. ..
the business men. Thirdly, the.
workmen on the plantations can
ic.irillj understand that the sacrl
lice tlie are ashed to iiuiKo by the
Aslt itore departure fiom comfort
i uiliiiK tertnln I'orto lllcunx nnd
-imilsh now In San rrantlsto
Muse r.imllle were brought to lln-
hi h sugar planters and olhern
UiiiiiikIi pionilios of worn but tin)
i inl'ii w e Indefinite no wnKe
i imk iilinl.iti-il nid tlle length of
ii inimii hell left Miiuiuntloned.
1 iium win " i d Joui lost them
iiu a Hit hi with Just enough
ii'iiin leu ii ph fof tiielr p.issago
Mi- i ime to San Tranclsco "
Ii these people came from Hawaii
Mi Uncart has been gi!eliul nils-
ii t u Hied The definite promise of
-a, i I on the plantations at good
m k Is held out to eyer Spaniard
i I'm tu KU an who ever urrlted In
I 1'iiltoi) of Hawaii This the
i in hae during good bvhnvloi
i i Hum llngurt proliahly ret tiled his
n ilnfoiniatlon fiom the people who
h m tln.ited Into Sun rrancisco be-
ui-i the) don't want no work "
THE STRIKE-SITUATION TODAY.'
What Is the atilke niluntloii'
This quoi Is not suipilslng sluie
- main stirring events line del
i" il in the last ten das
)olltu the incidents more oi less
iiiig of the past week the Issues
u uliMilutely unchanged, and there
l i o good reusjn for holding that
in i umlltlons hi e moie serious than
.I: n tlle sti Ike (lift started
I In pi otent nf I ho Agitators
e i n-t hi rest, l ho fight for the ro-
-. of the Thugs, and the appeal
iMhlngton on the patt of those
Imi have Instlgatod tho campaign
villi nee and Intimidation, nil
ii, . me more or lees disconcerting
i in public mind but Hint is nil
In aie oi'curi '.lies Incldont to the
i ini enfnuement of law and oi-
il i nil the endeavor of citmlii.il
iviiilcis nnd Agitators to escape
tin innalt) the) so ilchl deserve
The m.ii eh of many luboreis to
ti wo and tlieii iheers for tile Agl
ui'oiH undor arrest aie spectnculai
i ml Keep the minds of strikers occu
pied These eents ma) she a It-m-
thclr fi tends is nelllier neccimr
nor well udlsed
I'ioiii the plantei's standpolut tho
situation is the least distressing of
all. Disorganization of his working
forte Is disagreeable and will occa
sion some losses, but his future It
not tied up to one class of labor, and
he ma) rest confident that the entire
Jnpnncso population wilt not plnce
Its future at the beck and call of the
enemies of decency nnd good order
Tho planter does not refuse to clla
tuss leadjustnicnt of wages with
Inw-abldlng workmen He docs not
under nil) tlmimstances allow him
self to be ruled Ii) the promoters of
t. criminal organization operating
with Pimps Thugs and Gamblers as
In this connection it may he well
to remind liny doubtful ones that
while a false patriotism may cause
n few misinformed Japancso to hold
ogethcr, tho higher community In-
crests lire cery trul) patriotic
American seconded by every law-
iibldlng Jnpanese, to stand In abso
lute unit) for Law and Order and
Inilutti Inl I'eutc in the Tcriltory nf
Hawaii The citizens of Hnwnll
don't make much noise, but the) are
er determined, and the) intend to
itin this Territory
In Its primtir) Issues tho strlko
iftuulion Is absolute!) unchanged.
II anything, conditions are Improved
Common Justice Is about to he ills
penied In the (onrlH and In the
fields The oui) people striving to
delm the dispensation aie the Agl-
tutoib and Tliugj
The people aie learning who
among tlieiu aie law -abiding citizens
end residents That nlone ii woith
wh(le. sliKe oui population is to be
more pennatitiil m the ."iltuie than
In the past
FOR SALE On Prospect strr.t
House of 4 rooms; modern sani
tary plumbing; porcelain; electric
lights; cas for cooking; one bed
loom. Price $1,600.
We" have two Improved lots; curb
ed; water laid on in lawn: alliga
tor p:ar trees 3 years old are
planted on property. Price $1,350
for both; may be sold separately
at ?G50 and $750.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Patrons of the
will please take the
ELEVATOR to the
EAVE the care
of your busi
ness Wltll us
while traveling this
dor Tuknliliu, nnd It nmnunls In
merely an nt know lodgment of Ne-
goro's cable. What favorable mat
ter there Is In this Is linril to sec Un
lets the Agitators expected that they
would be treated with scant courte
sy In the first plnce nml were glad to
get an thing
mere is talk or( tho vnningucni
lllrosiilmn men among tho Jnpnriese
organizing Independently of the Ag
itator' crowd mid presenting their
views of the Inhor situation to the I
planters so that a re-adjustment of I
wages may bo brought about In a
The men of these provinces wcro
.the first to break away from tho
Mnklno-.N'egoro crowd on account of
the violence that accompanied tho
procedure. Men of this nssoclntlon
In Honolulu had n meeting while tliu
t'vvn strike was on and boldly declar
ed In favor of tho men returning to
work. It took some ncrvo to do
this lu the midst of tho violent agi
tation the Illghcr-Wiigo crowd Is
stirring up. Just what the plans of
these men are cannot now be stated,
hut It seems entirely probable that
their Influence will be exerted on
the side of Industrial peace and re
pudiation of tho campaign of vio
lence Into which the Mnklno-Ne-goro
movement lias developed.
Illcyclo Officer McDonald, who Is on
strike duty at Walpahu, reports the
loss of his gold watch nnd fob, which
disappeared from tho police quarters
at the plantation on Tuesday last.
Ilonokaa intends having n grent
day's sport on July 4 and tho program
Is now being arranged by tho residents
of tho village
NEW - TO-DAY
one man to keep the buildings clean.
C. That the reservoirs bo not
placed too close to the camps on nc-,
count of the mosquitoes that the)'
T That one dollar be the mini-
mum for a du)'s work. '
ii.... mniiU.iu win ..r.a.i.i,!.. im there
presented to each plantation man
age! on Monday .morning In' icpre
ten tn lives of the blanch of tho Un
ion on each plantutlon.
Should these requests be refused
by the managers, two delegates will
proceed to Honolulu to picsent them
will not bo any cessation of
work, nor dsordor, nor strlko ort nny
plantation. The men rely upon the
fairness of the planters to discuss
the situation with them and the
A further meeting of the men's
icpresentntlves In tho Union will he
to W O. Smith, secretary of tho Su- 1,cl" ""on return "' '" o del-
gar I'lanlera' Association. Those
delegates, chosen )csterday In con
vention, nro Okado of Ilonomu and
Suzuki of l'apalkou.
Pending n reply from the manag
ers and from Secretary V O Smith
(Continued from Pace 1)
been attiactcd to Honolulu by the
$1 50 wage offend They have not
loini piestlge of 'mart)idom" to been received with open uims, ns
Ieudeis drawing their followers Into the clt) tan furnish all tho strike
ii bottomless pit of poverty hieakeis needed
The truth, tho undeniable facts. .. . . w., ..
timut liriWnvnr ntitvnll I . .'
There can he no peimanent "mnr
' A sneelnl edition of the Hnwi1!
lleiald, I us mil Saturday, June li.
gives the follow lug detail of the
meeting of Japanese nt Hll'i, the
general outlines of which vvei? pub
lished exclusively In the Hullo
t I n on Saturday as received by
rort)-llve delegates of the Hawaii
Japanese Labor Union, rcprcscniliii
It is still the mm of the Agitator lot' ''ehli i of 4.380 1 lalo.ers.
uii piiiuiMiiuiia uxieuuillg iru;i r.u
ktillinele to l'un.i, have been tn ses
sion at tho Klmura Hotel In llllo foi
four dti)s and nights, concluding
their work last night A repu-ben-
the foices of t',tho of tll IIernU1 wna Present lit
uii me sesbiuns, ine only ncwi,papei'
pinn ndmltted outside of the rcpic
Kculatlvcs of the Jupaneso pro'ii.
The in bt business considered on
tidoni' for tho man or men who
art piomotlng a great organization
ii. r gin ft. nnd whoso cnusu Is sup
i.i.i ted b) threats nguinst tho lives
of their fellow workmen There Is
nothing to It The deception ma)
work for a while Some clear-head-d
men ma) be fooled for a time, but
i nil the Thug using every energy to
Kintiol tho working people among
our Japanese residents nnd through
them the entile Indiistr) of tho Ter-
lltoiv Against them stands In a)i
bolutely bolld rank
I.nw and Ordci
The Agitators have been "beating
about the hush with their threats
from tho outset The) ale playing
tgntes from Honolulu,
Tho foregoing are the results of
the sessions that aro of most imme
diate concern and Interest, verified
b) three interpreters Independently
fiom the records nnd resolutions of
I Hawaii Japanese arc prepuilng to
present demands for consideration of
their wages In the most approved
manner, according to nil tho ac
counts coming in from the big Is
land I The change In the manner of their
1'ioceduro brings up the question ns
, to whether they are not getting nd
vice fiom some whito men In llllo
who believe lu arbitration, and to
that extent havo cut off from tho
Honolulu Agitator outfit of llono-
I Information obtained this morn-
At the Peninsula, furnished cot- Ms from Jnpanese sources Is to the
tape for the summer or by the effect that tho demands that were
month $35 flamed at the meeting hold In llllo
lest Saturday wore to bo presented
Furnished cottage, cor. Hackfeld tc tho plantation managers on the
and Prospect streets 40 islana of Hawaii yesterday, Wednes
day. And It no satisfaction was
J obtained from the managers tho del-
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
. Tho undersigned, 0. Niikiimurii, I
Yainamoto, M. Kome) a, Y, Ishll, i:
iwashlta, T Mltmitra, nnd U. Koluya
shl, all of the Clt) and County of Ho
nolulu, Tcriltory of Hawaii, and S
Kiishlma. of llllo, Hawaii: M. Oyama
of Wnlluku, Maul, and S. Kolmvaslil, oi
Kahuhil, Maul, hereb) give notice thai
tlicv have enteicd into and formed n
geneinl pirtnershtp; that the nanicH
and residences of each of tho members
of said copartnership nro ns aforesaid,
that the nature of the business of such
co-partneril'lp Is tn maintain ninl cam
on n bunking burlness In ull ll
branches except as n bank of Issue
that the linn tianiu oi salt) co-partner
"THE JAPANESE WANK,"
und that tho place of business of sain
co-partnership is at the itiaukn cwn col
ner of Smith and Hotel streets In the
District of Honolulu, Island of Oaliu
and Clt) nnd Count) of llonoliilu, Tcr
rltory of Hawaii " '
Dated nt Honolulu this lSth ila or
June. A. I). 1803. v
a NAKAMUUA. I. VA11AMOTO. M
KOMI'.YA. Y ISIIII i:. IWA-
SHITA. T. MITAMUItA. U. KO
DAYASIH, S KUSIIIMA M
OYAMA. nnd S IfOIlAYASHI.
civpartners doing business under Hie
firm nitino and st)lo of "Till: JAPAN
for Infants and Children.
- What is Castoria?
CA.STORIA. is a harmless Biilistituto for Cnntor OIF,
l'nrcKoric, Drops nnd .Soothing Syrups. It Is
plcnanitt. It contains neither Opium, Itlor.phino nor
other Nnrcotic siibstanco (Xarcotics stupefy). Its
ngoisits guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd nllajs
Fevcrlshncss. It cures Iiinrrhwa nnd Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Trouble, cures Couutipatlon
nnd Flntulcncy. 51 nssiiuilntes the Food, regulates
tho Stoinneh und ttovcls,gitinKhcnllhy autlnalurnl
Children's I'uuaccn The mother's
Irrnntiiro of- Ciaf7-ucZtkc
Is on ovcrv wrnppor
of KL'iiulsi'j Caftorla
Physicians Recommend Cas , r i a .
t DM, yonr Caalorla ami iu. a Iti u, a la ft.1
funltlt wUratbcmar rhildt
J W Iji.
yj pailuila iDrartahljr pralm the xtlon of your
M.tulla." V.W.Tuutin.M I),
iiuiiaiis n. y
MDarlomjmtltrA! pnrllco I Lno of .cTeral
ca.ea where your luturUwalpKa ritual auj uaitl
Willi tood rclullk K. Moiuiiiit, M. .1,
tit. Li.ul., Ha.
"Tonr Caitorla U rcrUI-il i rrrctct remedy
for cbllJrva 1 kuuwcf. 1 knoie i.u otli.r pr(
prleUry prtpataUuu lilch I. ll . qual "
11. B. bcuwunr, M n,
Kanue Cllj, Mo,
iia .j,: ..
MYonrra.U)rl!atlie kiI -Tre tv 1 1 i - "
(or rl.lMtcn aul the (nljr on lo eta ru.u
luted.' Auxi V. Jh.THAii, i. ! ,
Cu to, "tiu
"Ihrnnl jonr Ca.iorU o t putsallto Ii lie
r.P(a of tl.il.lnn for fiur. p,.t Wllb lmi.l UPsJ
cfli-ct, tod fully endorae It ta a ito rt mid '
U.D. Han via, Jf ll,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Cabtoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Magazine street $27.50 wiles wero to come to Honolulu and
present their claims to W. O. Smith,
tho sccretnry of the Planters' Asso
ciation. Agencies with plantations on Ha
waii report that they have heard
nothing of any demands being pre
sented. And V. O. Smith dinted
this morning that ho had received
no petition, or demand, and had
seen no delegates.
Tlin Aitltntm- nrpnii tmlitlalioa thft
Rental property nepr town at a cablegram received from AmbaSsa-
-, iiiu t""jfn i
In the timid ones I'lrst the stilkers mesiiay was -an intcrpretatloii of
weie to go to South America That ll' h)-laws of the Union, this main
dldn t work, so the) made It a return I'"1"1 '"-''"B unnnlinously detcrmlii.'l
to Japan This proved piepohtcr- "'at they stood Independent of
una meanwhile acts of violence "thei uiiIoiib and had no alliance
led to the arrest of Agltatois und the ""' tho High-Wage Association.
Thug agonts - so the pluv of nu Ycsterdti) It was unnnlinously de-
uppenl to WnshiiiRtoii Is made, nc- elded to make tho following requests
companlcd b) a most outi.igeous in-'of the plantation managers:
figure to net ten per cent to buyer.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
teipictutiou of the expected arrival
of Admit nl IJIchl's squadron
Uveiy; one of thebo sucicbslvo
threats nnd claims is an additional
proof of the falling causo of the
Agitators, Tor them the BtiiUe oh
nation Is Indeed serious, l'list, be-
1 That ten hours bo regarded as
n day's work.
2 That Ufteon cents an haul ho
paid for ov ci time.
3 That a day and a Half's wag
es bo paid foi vvoil, done on Sunday
I I That the buildings for the
causo they aio ubuut to be bi ought' use of tho Japanese be similar to
lo trial for alleged violation of law, Ithoso constructed for the Spanish
...! il,n. or.. nnii(ilnllv ilnlllL' t lid T ' II II ll I'lll't IIL'IH'SO laborers.
t'lM, ,IIV ...u ..,,,.... ........ r .... - .
utmost to postpone. JhoUay-YUen B. Tlia, eacli plantation 'enndoy4
va-w .mi.i'y. u wtwiti
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The price of a copper card
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Ask to see our samples.
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JadlfV and gents' clothes and
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