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UAIIY am! WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 180 King Sticet. Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
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VV'oIliieu 12. Pnrrlnjjton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARQEST OF ANY
in the Territory
rip i I Editorial Rooms,
4 feS'IBuslneas Office,
"You must have the personal
equation in business. You enn have
tlje best organisation or the best or
nizcd array in the world, and if it
has not n head von can't move it an :
-E. H. Harriinan.
Wh.i Agitators can't think
tb- minim musters to invent
It Is .-I ill
conduit i lie
H mallei of who I
main liidustr) of
It i in i In' advantage of
rtiM' nml nationality to Join In tho
win k nf h"liliiR Honolulu grow
- - , I
Pineapple men mlRht as well do-
l.li. In shut up business as rut
iln'li campaign for nrtertli(lng.
Kverv plumber should bo put un
it"! bond on general principles, but
foi the moment there rectus to be no
other i canon for it.
What to do with tho Hawaii la
borer demand Is a problem the so
lution of whleh should depend solol)
on the outcome of the Oahu strike.
Prcslrtcnt Tuft has The weather on
Vlu ul.l.. -ul.nn Ihn ..muiH.Hl. nf l.t.
I to n.i... ..... ' ... ......v.l.r.. to Ul ...
1 ropoMils Uneaten to prolong thu ull) have a strong Inlluencc In shnp
wsslon of fongiess till well Into tho' l"B the Until outcome of Inbor ngltn
suuuner. i- It cannot bo otherwise within
I .' mcrlcnu borders, where every mnn
Oovernor Krear does well to com- I J n right to Ills say, and even tho
muio n death senteure. It Is an i' Hen sometimes tells us how wo
nn open question whnt educational ,
ulue the legal taking of human life
It will soon be time to receive n
word flam Campbell on thu progress
of his woik to follow up tho l'orto
lltrap who are on tho way with
large representation of nuropeuns.
Apparently the Oriental mind con
templates the olubornte American
scheme of curry lug out tho death
uentencp an u surprising amount o(
tumble to uccoinpllsh such a trivial
SitKc the press nssoclations nro
liming Interest In tho mail strlko of
Jupunese, it 1 obvious that this in
tldent of our domestic affairs will
i.ot furnish the topic for the silly
wuHiin lu any national capital.
Kupua lunds are rcrogn)zcd to be
thu most valuable in the Territory.
It seeuu impossible that the t!oer
lor i.innot uiulerstiilid the error o(
iitnducling uegutlatlons for their
disposal In secret. Those lands bo
long lo the peoplu.
According to his own statement
it is not for lack of material that
the (loveruor fails to namo for Ter
rltorlal Treasurer n cltlcn who is
not now enjoying tho icsponulblll
tie nml emoluments of three or
li'ore public olllccs.
Honolulu will have a l'ourth of
July celebration, but not since nn
relation has there been one of tho
'old-fiisliloncd" arloty. Can It bu
tht the tiny has lost somo of Its II
nauelal value, or has tho patilotlc
unthiisliism been temporarily trans
lorrcd to HIlo?
Agents of the Agitators are bol
nturlng their cau.su with tho usual
fund of false statements to tho easily
mhjlcd laborers. This misrepresen
tation has n inponf limited length
that will toon opernto In-an nuto
mullc hunglug. Tho victories of
falsehood nre mighty bilef.
Tho JIatil complaint that tho top
minnows are destrolng tho spawn
of pond mullet iIcscivch moro thnu
lasslng attention. If the minnow
vlll kill off nil the mosipiltoes mid
Micrlflce onl a pait of tho mullet,
It will be worth whllo. If the condi
tion is leveibcd, the top minnow will!
litivo to go. I
jjiipervlfcois lu the vaiious countlcij Peruvian government has canceled
can III nfford to refuse tho approprl- thn oxeciunteur of tho Swedish con
ntiniiH nskeil Tor the publle sCIiooIh. jsui general. I. ills l.eiuboke, lu whoso
The best American lent or rapacity jhouoo on May !!!) Cailns I'letol.i mid
fot self Eovernment Is the malnto- others implicated in thu rising
najice of n high standard In pulillc Bgnlnst the covernmont tool, rofugo.
peiiools, TI115 countJ1' ''two boon o--
Bli en thai go of tho school house Jfsjr BUULETIN ADS PAY -rj;
r si MontiH ,n
Tet Ycat. anywhere In US I. .mi
I'ei Yer, aiiythcie in Canada. .. I. no
t'erWar 9ImM. lotnitn 3.oo
Entered at the TV I office t Honolulu
m tuvmul dM mailer.
JUNE 22. 1000
'""' grounds nml should make a rrc'
"1 fr liiicmlii) that Is not luxury,
but g''s Hie schools nil they need.
'" ,llc l-Vl-ia! Court nt Kansas
Cll four men, convicted of using tlio
matin for fraudulent put poses In con
or eellon with the sales of stock In n
i worthies mine, ici-elvnd arluus sen
tences, Hiiip of Ilium being hctlt til
thp pciiltenihu v for n j car in uddl
tlou In lielng lined $300 each. Ulnl
llio ollii-i, a mere boy, getting olf
' with a line alone. If the Pedcrnl au
cvcryithorl,ra W fmv ,, tj,,, wor,c ,
over the eountiv It will iln n great
wink fur the uilviinicmeilt of lea Ul-
HAWAII'S LABOR DEMANDS AND
The Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso
r'ntlon lino a constitutional dislike,
for outsldeis who attempt to instruct
them on how they shall run their
business. The membere nro not un
like other fnctois In other Industries.
Thu piibllr, however, Is bound to
take a hand in discussing n xllua
Hon wheio community Interests nre
Involved, and the public will oventu-
.louiu inn tilings
If any brunch of labor Is support
ed by public opinion It is suro to
win; without this support any labor
ninement Is marked for failure.
Just at the present time n section
of the lllto press announces that the
Japanese laborers who have present
ed dcmnnils to the managers of cer
tain Hawaii plantations nie In n dif
ferent category from the Japanese
ol Oahu who walked out.
The Hawaii men hao presented
their c.ise In a different manner, but
that has not thus far operated to
(linage the sti-lkc situation, nor does
it answer Hie iiiiestlon of who Is to
(omluct tho tn.ilii Industry nf these
Islands Owners or Agitators, Man-'
ngers or Thugs.
The planters do as they please.
There are thoso on the outside, oth
er , tluin the HIlo contingent, how
ever, who believe it would be iiIimi
lulely ruinous to consider the de
liinmlK of laborers In one section of
the Territory while the men In an
other section of the same Industiy
nro on strike.
t'nlchs nil Indications are awry,
the Japanese laborers of thu planta
tions of Oahu. having furnished tho
irux of thu whole latior pioblcm,
the solution must he i cached through
them. In the piesent state, tho Ha
waii request lepresents practically
n Hank movement. Any hauls of
vwign revision that might bo granted
the Hawaii men would bo expected
demanded by tho O.ihu men.
The only foiiual nctlim the l'lant
cih' Association has given out to tho
public Is n lcsoliitlon to thu effect
that there can be no consideration
of the wngo question while a htrlko
Tho stilko Is still on, and as long
as this condition prevails the Issuo
Is umhanged so far ns community
ilutciests are concerned.
This Is a case whero n strlko opo-
rates to retard rather than hasten n
I wage readjustment. Conditions nro
; not "illffertnt" until tho strlko Is
ilcuch warrants served today up tit
1 o'clock bv ihe I' S Maishal nie as
follows: On Mum. Tsiiiloiilu and Toil
N'uknmutn Yoshhla. Nnkniio nud Mie
isnuo llub.l All were lliillcted h tho
tlrnnd Jury under the IMuiiiuds Act.
I'i:illJ 1IAUS SWDDISII
JIAT I.lmu, I'oru, Juno C.
Homo near Oaliu
TOR SALE This property is near
Wilder Ave.; the price is $3,000;
there arc 3 bedrooms and mod
crn sanitary conveniences. 'The
place has been recently put in
thorough repair. Let us show
you ; the property will speak for
itself cither for the purpose of
a home or for an investment.
KAIMUKI LOTS FOR SALE.
At $225. $300, $050, $750 and
$1,100 per lot.
Trout Trust Co., Ltd.
(Continued from Pase 1)
glas had been bioken. In one house.
a half mllo distant, n cut glass pltch'T
wns reported to have fiilkn fiom ,i
kitchen tnblo and been broken. Tiir
Iher Imestlgatlou disclosed tho fact
that thu accident to the pitcher oc
curred a half hour before the firing of
The tests which will bo made on tho
mortnrs nro Interesting. Tho "star
gauge" will bo used In tho tests. Thla
Is nu instiument which sliows tho ex
act dlnmefer of the boro of tho mortnr
In each "zone." llcforo firing tho test
is made, and again nfter each shot, if
there be no change In tho boro of the
mortar as n lesult of tho firing, tho
gun Is considered fit for service
Ah tho ordinance department, which
manufacture the guns and carriages,
Is responsible for them up until they
lire tiirni',1 over to tho arllllcrv com
panies, tho ollleors of iliat corps will
make a u-ry thorough fluul test.
llcforo the final transfer I made,
the batteiy will be Inspected by tht
Chief of Artillery of the Army and by
(ho olllcer designated to command thu
coast defense forces hero. Any slight
changes which they may consider wise
In the light of pnst experience, will
then ho mado.
Kort linger will piobahly bo garri
soned by two companies of scacoast
artillery, owing to the unwieldy oigan
IzalUni or the Coast Artillery Corps,
which divides men ami otllcurs Into
llxcil companies. Instead of making It
possible to detail such n number of
olllcers and men as may bo thought
suitable to riinn tho defenses. Ono
company could actually man tho eight
mortars at Koit linger, though two
will probably ho kept Iheio. On tho
The Fleker property on East Ma
These premises consist of n lot of
12,500 sq. ft. nnd bungalow containing-
living room, dining room, two
bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, bath, etc,,
servants' quarters and out buildings.
Two minutes' walk from car line.
The Allen Herbert premises at
Wnilcle. By the month, week or
day. Paiticulars nt our office.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
r:THSA -v xm
1 !. n f . wi wi'v
''J'.' r 1
PY fp Hv- fr: '.,
ji -nvm ?& .
EAVF. the care
of your busi
ness with us
other hand, with one company only
on duty, the command would devolve
upon a captain, though tho Importance
of tho station Indicates an olllcer of
considerably higher rank.
llcforo the battery Is Ilnnlly turned
over, thu constructing engineer will
cause to bo prepaied sets of plans,
showing tho lighting system, the sani
tary system, the llio control system
and tho other data necessarily reuulred
I )' tho commanding olllcer. These
plaiiH will be pluced on file with the
Ah far as tho actual construction
work la concerned, tho Kort linger bat
ten Is prnetlcillv' completed. The
U'iiiKiriiry buildings have beon ro
moved and Diamond Head, onco a
seething volcano, but now long since
peaceful. Is ready to cast forth a rain
of cimceiilrnled fury such sih the pag
an goddess that once inhabited her
boiling depths never dleamed of.
(Continued from Pace 1)
plantation would toon withdraw
liom the I'lauteis' Association and
the men would he askeit to return to
that plantation on an Independent
This story was biought to the at
tcutlim of Itlilianl lvers of Ii win &
Co. this noon llo promptly nnd vig
orously denied It. There Is not tho
slightest truth lu .the otateiueiit nor
piospecl of thu withdrawal of this
The only lulcicst In Iho story Is
the evidence! It glvcH o( the Inven
tions to which Ihe stilke ngllalors
must ichoit lu order lo hold their
ii. en (ngothor and pievent them from
going to work.
Waiting Court Results.
The strike news, .11 r.ir as tho
strlkeis' intelligence oftleo Is con
cuned, Is standing still. The lead
eis the clerks, the commissary otll-
c'iiK the linias, nml all other minor
olllclals of tho Higher Wage Auo-
will fit better if worn over n slip.
We have them in white to cost $3,00,
$4.00- S5.00, $0.00.
I We also carry combination Corset
! Covers and Drawers, in all sizes,
Cost sS2.25, S2.S0, ?3.00. $3,50, $0.50.
Before going nway for your holi
day provide yourself with suitable
, fancy work. Art Needlework on ex
The Alexander Young
will be COOLER and
more inviting than
elation ni'o sitting nrounil walling
to see tho result of the tilal of their
Tho business men me not saying
nothing for publication. They nro
cvldnotly opposed to the method of
the arrest of the strlko leaders by
the Territorial authority. They be
lieve thai tho High Hherlrt exceeded
his authority In In caking inlo tho
looms of Mnkliio nml Ncgoro mid
taking their belongings.
Home of them stilted this morning
that they could not do anything
further towards improving the Btrlke
condition, slnro tho "government,"
ns they pointed out, took extreme
measures In dealing with tho per
sonal property of others.
The storekeepers are paying more
attention to their own business than
wasting tholr tlmo and energy In
trying lo kettle tho stilke The.v
claim that the strlko lias guno mi
fur that they cannot do anything to
wards bettering the condition.
Professional Men Will Meet.
Ah soon ns poislblo. Japanese pr"
fesslniial men will hold a meeting to
discuss the strike situation. It is their
desire lo icltlei tho strike. They were
Very anxious to come to some under
standing, before tho arrival nf Admlr.il
IJIclil hut this Is now considered I in
liinctlcablc. Should nothing Intervene
tho medical men will meet tonight, to
exchange opinions on tho strike situa
tion. Uyeno Silent.
Consul (Icncrnl Ujeno had nothing
to say on iho strike this morning. He
was waiting to hear from Admiral IJI
clil hy wireless, anil take up tho mine
pleasant subject of entertaining the
chief of His Imperial Japanese MnJ
esty's training ships Asn and Soya,
duo to an ho tomoirow morning.
Tho Jnpaneso tenement house nt Ka-
kaako was decorated this morning In
honor of tho birthday celebration of a
Japanese strlko sympathizer. His
mime, though asked, could not be ob
tained. Tho Jnpaneso living In that
neighborhood, when asked what they
thought of the strlko, declaied that It
would bo "daljobii," safe. They asked
the II ii Hot in man how the trtat of
thu strike leaders wiih getting along
ami weiu told that It was piogiesslug
nicely. They then asked whether they
would bo permitted to be piesent nt
tho trial. They said that they would
try to go Into court today, so that they
could see for themselves, what Is go
ing on In an Amen lean court.
(Continued from Pace li
page brief set veil on hlui last night, re
latlng tu tlio ullegeil Inceudliiry sny
lugH of ono HoKa ill the Nlppu .IIJI, lo
which Judge lloblnson objected. Kin
ney charged l.lghtfuol with consum
ing tho tlmo of tho court, then walking
out at 10 o'clock, leaving the Jiulgo lu
an embarrassed position, and Iho pils
onerH without counsel to lepiescnt
Taking Iho lelim In lil if own hands.
lunge icoi.iiifoii asKeii .iir. Ivlnney In
wlthilinw Ihe lulef tiled, nnd tho
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 see our samples,
n. F. Wichman & Co.
mm & iwlfl ra
at w v w m m, w m m
WtV jm itM 1. jrm viv ;iii.i
for Infants and Children.
i The Effects of Opiates'
J "piIAT I WANTS nro peculiarly mirccpllblo to opium and Its varloui prep
i 1 oration, alt of -which nro narrolie, Is well known. Kven In tho small't
I doies, It continued, theso oplaloi cntio changes in tho funrllons nnd growth of
tho cells, which nro likely to become permanent, cmiiiig iurWility, mental
I perversion, a craving; for alcohol or narcotlesln later life. Nervous illsoaict,iiicti
I as intractable ncrvom ilyspepila ami lack of staying power, nro n rciullof ding
I lih nnl.iles or narcotics to keen children oulct in their Infancy. Tin) rule anions
physicians Is that cldldrcn should never receive opiates In tho smallest doses for
moro than a clay nt a time, nnd only then it unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops Conllabt, Soollilnff Syrupi and oilier
narcotics to children by any but n plij-slcian cannot bo too strongly decried, and
the dnmclst should not nonparty to it. Chlldrcr. who tiro 111 need tho attention
of a physician, nnd It is nothing lcrs than a crime to dos o llicui willfully w itli nar
cotics. CastorinconlalnsnonarcollcalfltlioarstliPflgnaluraof Chas. II. l'lctchcr.
rtdintttrc of Wiaf?Z
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
. ' ......... . .....1..1..1.... Il III I.... m....IIu.I a.i f.-.tn.t In m.iti
lonrprrimrftiion Known MMiHoniniiniuu"'.
for )rari In ekllilrcuV coinplnintA fttiil 1 liMc fmiml
nothing better." Joint J. I.irl'i, M. 1).,
1 Tor KTf tl yr I recommended jour 'Cutnrl i'
and tb.lt Always conllnuo lo do o, n it bat Inva
riably irod3Ccil hchtfif lal rcnaha." '
Enwis F. rnnt, M. D., Ken Tork City.
"Tour Cartorla la t. meritorious lioii"e'iol.l
remedy. It la purely vecctahk and t at a nml
cithartlc. Aboro all, It doea no lurtii, vblrb U
more thaa can lo nld ot tbe gnat majority of cUU
VicTon n. Corrals, M. D., Omnht, Nr'.
Childrcn Cry for
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tho Standard Of fioo Piling Cabinet is tho
It is used in every office ami known to be the BEST.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.. LTD., Agontr.
Court escu ii .1 In Im; liinid with Us
reading. Mi. I'lo.nr suld it w.i
clearly a ease of filing a ilnle lot
I trial In a ctlmiii'i care u-nl t'. was
no re-ison wliy llie mitiir siiouiu no
Judge lloblnson set the ti lal for 1'rl
day nioinlng nt in o'clock. I.lghtfoot
will liavu lo socuie udilllluuiil counsel,
or In case the tniMplnuv case guea to
Iho Jury, he might be nblc to appeal.
Tills, however. Is Impiobibli' its nn
other tilnl fidlov a on couspli.ic.v
cluiigiH. : ml from the pie ut oulbMik
Ihe trial will ton-.ii He ill of the proa
nor Tn jiMi'rrnnrn
bioL I naorLnnLU
Judge lie Holt this inoitiliig iIIh-
missed Ihe will of habeas coipus is
sued In the dopnrl.it Ion case ot Shlg
euintsu I'nii no. holding Hut tho Cir
cuit t 'on it had no Jurisdiction in u
government cuso. The (natter was
leferied to Iho milled Hlates District
(.'emit, nnd will bo argued beforo
This Is tho rnso whom Immigra
tion Inspector Halsey Issued through
the Depiiilmcul of t'oiuinerco nnd
Labor a ilcpoiliition oidur to feud
I'luciin, the Jnpnuuso woman, hack
lo her unlive iiiunliy for an alleged
violation of the lMmmiib Act. She
was In huvo sailed cm tho Slhcrln,
but wns taken off the btcamslilp lin
der u writ served on Cnptalu Zeedor
nud liibpcttoi llalsey. Tho woman's
nttotnoy contends that tho depart
ment has no legal light to duport
Iho woman, iih she has been in tlio
'ieirltory more than three years.
Mniizi, tho Japanese from Kauai ivho
tried lo annex a springe bolonglng to
thu llolllster Ding Coinp.iuv, wnlved
iiMinilnutlon nt tho I'nlleo Court thU
lnoinlng. and was committed to tho
A'l pcisons having bills or claims
tigalusi Hie Tmiltory of Hawaii to
June 3ttli. 1 auu, ui o lieroby rejiuost
cd to piesent tho i.amo to the sovoral
in I'di linents or Iniroaua under which
I hey woro contr.uted nn or boforo
July 10th, us tho hooks of the Tor-
iltory lor tho prcEcnt blcuulnl period
win do ctoseu at tlio AUililillB lJ0
p&itmuut on' July 1,6th u(t.
J. II'. nSIlEH,
Auditor Territory Hawaii.
Ilnnolulu, June 22, 1000.
. A vv.iVVVMAVfWi!
-S-W. ' vV.Wl'f.l V'C!T.';
Until or In
"I have I'tucrltwl jour CiWoili In many rar
nnl liv olvraya found It an tflielcnt and aiieetly
nniedy." A. T. l'crLtn, 11. D., St. IxrnU, Un.
" 1 Iiare ti-e.1 your C'jitorla In my own boichoM
wl'Ji ifa"! re aiijte, and liavo adutai'd lovcrnl H nt
1 1 n c ti f ir Its mild, taxAltvo effect an freedom
tro:n ttaim " r.rwAiin I'aniiii'ii. 21. 11 .
lirookljn. !. Y.
" Ym rCa.torl-v hoUI. the deem of lb- im II' at
I-rofi ri-lnn 1n n manner held by no other propri li.ry
pn parvtlun ll In u aure and rellablo mcdlelna tor
Infanta and cbl drill. In fact It la tho ualtiml
houiihold rt ii ' Ij for liifaniilo allmcnta "
I. A. l'AUKsn, M. D., Kana CHy. K.
Fietcher'o Castor. a.
tion & Braying Co.,
Phone 281. Tort St.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
mimnimmm mw.M "
BIBS OPENED M
Tenders of Supplies For
President 11. A. Moll-BinlUi of ti
JlU.lt l Of llllltllll U looking Inivv ,1 I
to hi'venil days of stienuo.il In em
neelloii vvllb the consbP i.illi.n ol tli
'i ids fm- dings, etc, tu in u m
u...ior .. ....1.
Theie nie l.TSS Items on Hie II t.
, m t tiu bids are .ill In nl il m k-
ing It necessary for the II nl nl
Health lo consider each Hun ol .u Ii
About fifty blddeis in.ul" tl" l
tenders liable lei rejection b fnil
uro to provide with tho .t itules, ili
majority of omissions ronsi.tliig nt
tho Inch of tho rciiulred leitiluil
check ot B per e-ent of Ihe loial
i mount of tho bid.
In all classifications except uinll
ilnes, the supplies lo ho ordered will
be for six months, uiedleiiies belli;;
laid in for two ycnis.
Tho supplies lire for. prlnclpalh.
(ho l.oiier Set I lenient, liisuito A'j
lunt, Kiillhl Receiving Slut Ion, Kapi
iilanl Chls' Home, Quaiiintliio rltu-
j tlon and Hoys' Homo nt Kiiluhl.
GEOiilOyS TIME IS
PROiSEO ill m
Honolulu will this J ear sic a
roitith of July celebration well woilhv
of the auiilvorsaty ut tbe led Idler il.i;
of American history. Alex uuler tt
naldvviu, acting on lustrtictnuis fruiti
foimer (loveruor (Jeorge It. Cuter,
last night sent a entile to a big Pnelllc
Coast fireworks firm, ordeilng :, o
win-lb of celebration ammunition.
Though Curler was asked bv flu,-,
ernor Piei-r to tako clmrR or t'nu a.
riingomeutt, most of the iiciual woik
has been delegated to Adjutant C. u
oral Jouos. There will bo a inom.li
parade, lu which It Is honed ti.n' v'
of the Kodei"il and Territorial uoops
- ;on nils Island trill participate T'i-im
will bo patriot le service, mid dim,,
will bd tlrewcukb.
The Bona of the Ameik.in Hi.vnln.
tlon nro act he In tho uiranneiiienis.
ana a rouuiK tolbratlou is promised.
tWi'atiftwtatit w.J, . Mtk&tkMimJl
' (& tX i '.'''Ir
Wti 1, 's.ffc