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Some people Rre always grumbling
because roses have thorns. I am fur land exchange linn been trans
thankful that thorns have roses. mlttcd to the corporation upoclnlly
Alfonse Karr. jlntoicsted In the exchange.
- - - - Thin letter the Governor of the
It mint nlwa he Work beforo Territory refuses to make public. Ho
Wages explains that the people might not
' ' , , understand. Hut how can they bet-
IJen resident can help Honolulu , ,er undct.8tnnd u whcn the wh00
grow t.v getting In with the men, cncnie , framed u nn rcaJj. t0
w1'" ""rk- spring as fully completcdT
, . ' , , , , . I lly such methods the Governor l
I 11V iiuuuicd ui i uinvj tun; .-
Just stnrtlng when the newly organ
lied government finds Itself In con
did with the Albanians.
llllllons for Improvement Is a
catch phrase of the Irrigation Con
grexa In which Hawnll should be
utile to Join wllli lusty vo:.-e.
I'nsslng of the Rlcr stables and
the rise of the automobile on the
Island of Kam.. Is n guarantee of
united sentl nei.t for good roads
throughout the count)-.
Mr. Woolley's protests appear ,
merely as matters of principle,
There has been no public protest nege trike as a national and racial
against serving liquor In the well- ilKglaudlzi-ment, and not an econom
regulated restaurants whenever ic strike. Is very satisfactory. The
called for with meals.
Since all these things concerning
Mr. Ilreckons have been laid before
the authorities In Washington, wo
cannot help being aatUfled that they
are we I ab e to deal with the mat-
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ter without further assistance.
Admiral Ijiclil will nnd the
aloha of Huwali equally cordial on
his return trip No well-regulated
family allows a llttla domestic
difference to Interfere with the cor
diality with which the guests aro re
Mainland papers have taken the
conspiracy feature of the strike In
Its most sinister Hemic. While they
draw pretty broad conclusions. It Is
obvious that local conditions will
create n stronger mainland bentl
ment In favor of Kuropean immigra
tion. The spirit in which some modern
reformers go after their fellow men
Indicates that they either don't
row or don't wnnt to know that he
cently the people 01 Switzerland
erected n monument to a man by
way of apology for their narrow
minded nnevstors who burned him at
Tho Governor's belief that tho
reople of Hawaii would not under
stand the proposed land exchanges
nnd lenses lnolved In the famous
Kapaa transaction manes It timely
tc suggest that tho people of the
Territory are In much ,1:1c same po
sition as the small boy In "The Two
Orphans," who usually brings down
the house by shouting to the vllllun
"I know a d n sight mare than you
think I do."
THE FOLLY OF IT.
mind a good plan
Ir nd laws' of tho Territory and In-
irnu laws 01 mo ierriiory una in
cldentally the Organic Act, waited
until he was on bo.ird tho steamer
bearing htm to Washington before
framing the measure, and on his ar- over and abovo fair dividends and fair
rival at the national capital had the wages should bo dodlcated to setting
bill Introduced r'Kllt nni1 """""B ,llu nulsanco created
ti. n....n,. .. . ,..i, .. and built up horo by plantation luflti-
The Governor was very much put C1CJ (,ur,llR'tll0 ,,aiit twenty-flvo years,
cut when the people of the Terr!- In Umt ,,H110 ,10t 0Illy cMlent at ar(!e
tory protested against the amend- In this Territory aro Interested, but
ment of the Organlo Act by a bill the tho Federal Government and our foi-
details of which they knew nothing, low citizens on tho mainland, If tho
Hut the locul opposition aroused planters cavo lu and turn over one mil-
by the method of preparation and J1."" "'"' "A"" fin eXXa WnKe,, ".'
, .. . . ,. . ... , theso Japaneso laborers they aro not
presentation blocked the bill In Con- 0,,y klmB , KOOlio that'lays ,
grcs?, and alto prevented the en- golden egg but they aro absolutely liu
dorbcment of the bill by tho Leglsla- poverlshlng themselves and provent
ture of Hawaii. lug thumsolves from being able to ro
ll wus more n matter of distrust- apond financially to tho demands of
lng un unAmerlcan method than of tio rederal aovernnieiit that Immlgra
opposition to the general purpose of A' ' ,,1uftcr bo ot hl,roltan "
"'.l!'!!' .... , . u . ' ,l H t0 uo hope-'', thoreforo, that tho
While thU lesson Is fresh In tho pinntora will stand pat; their only sal
public mind, the Ciovernor, appar- vatlon lies In that direction. The non
ently unmindful ot his experience, plantation sentiment of tho country
has framed up a new plan for the ''uh reached thu limit of Its endurance,
disposal of some of tho most valua-
M nuhllc lands In the Territory
bje public lands in uio icrniory.
(loodness knows, tlmo enough has
jtlapscd for forty now plans.
The letter of tho Ciovernor of this
t tit err J n tht Pfntoffirr at Honolulu
nriHid clitt mattrr .
JUNE 23, 1000
Territory. acttlnR forth a iiropoiltlon
fostering an Injunction to put a
stop to the whole business, besides
engendering n wide-sprend lack of
(cinlldeure In the TerM.orlal land
I HAWAII i! WRITES
! The Kdltor Evening Hullo-,
tin The press dispatches from
the Coast that came In yesterday re-
' gardlng the strike that Is now tak-
I lng place wre like a breath of fresh
nlr to a man who has been In n
WU8ty room. The ttcenness with
which these papers sized up this Jap.
i situation is complex, yet simple; the
h' borers demand nominally an ad-'In
vnKe of wagM Uiatn woum mcan
nuout three million dollars a year,
b. .. rcaiity tley hOI)0 to KCt an ad-
J ance whc mcang for Ule totn,
..,. nf .uoreril pmnloved a mil-
.number of laborers empiojeu a mn-
on nm, a lla)f doUars cvcry twclv0
months. This would make a big
hole In plantation dividends, but
not destroy them One thing is cer-
tain, that million and a ha, .dollars
hitherto going out In dividends I
not going that way much longer.
This may be hearsay to tne biock
1 speculator and criminal language to
the man who docs not want to con
front the facts; but U u. neverthe
less, tho truth. The million and n
half dollars Is not going back Into
the dividend coffers foi many a long
day to come, nnd the one practical
question Is, shnll that million nnd a
half dollars, or the bul kof It, go
buck to Japan by an Increase of
wages to the Japanese luboreis, or
iliall It go, by taxation and other
wise, to the development of citizen
labor of our own civilization In this
Terlrtory? Kqulty and Justice re
c;ulre that that surplus shall bo de
voted by the planters and planta
tions to setting right the common
nuisance situation crented In tills
Terrltnory by allowing the planters
to have too much of their own way.
When a man Is confronted" by his
sins It seems out of plnce to say tn
him "I told you so," but the truth
!l, as all hands know, that this Ter
ritory has been over-weighted and
ewamped with Asiatic labor to pro
mote excessive dividends for the
plantations, nnd tho planters aro
now for the first time squarely con
fronted with the fruits of their own
handiwork, whereas the evil effects
of this influx has been felt by the
poorer classes of whites ror lo these
, many years past.
I Nevertheless, the attitude of tho
planters today In standing out against
o Japanese ucmanus, is in accord
,,h publlc onHnent. Tho Japanese
. ,n n f .... n n , ,,
wage8 uk(m ,he year rom)d aa u
American farm hand docs today. Tho
surplus profits of the sugar business
f " r uh siauc 001 iiuauon anil con-
tml lh ""'cerned. Thu general public
lln,im.Ht()lmuV ,i,.malxa tUal ,ll0 0,ien
llll)oIeIlt nni, .I)CrVadlng defiance of (
llw and thu administration of law by1
this Japaneso colony cease, from those
Homo noar Oahu
10 R SALE This property is near
Wilder Ave. j the price is $3,000;
there are 3 bedroom! and mod
1 em sanitary conveniences. The
place has been recently put in
thorough repair. Let us show
you : the property will speak for
itself either for the purpose of
a home or for an investment.
KAIMUKI LOTS FOR SALE.
At $225. $300, $030, $750 and
$1,100 per lot.
Trout Trust Co., Ltd.
The Alexander Young
will be COOLER and
more inviting than
control of and running tho Yoko-,
.hania Specie IJank down to tho hm
I Japaneso laborer I ntho land. The
' American citizen of this Territory who I
loota on It as wmethlnB moro than a
?. . 7 , ' ,I1cmnnu" , "'" RJ; h'"1,
that these Japanese bo net right on tho
',, of oueilence to Inw and the'
j enforcement of Inw, and. Second, that '
tho surplus profits of the plantations
now In Issiio shall not go to swell the ,
JaSSi "nme, V
, ,ie advancement, maintenance and
I, ,.vt.oimient of tho I'coplo of our own
race and civilization In Hawaii ncl.
Yours uty truly,
Honolulu, Juno 23, '09.
The Hongkong Mom was sighted oft
Barber s l'nlnt this nlternoon at 2:20.
The Weekly Edition of th Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news of the day,
The Fleker property on East Ma-
These premises consist of a lot of
12,500 sq, ft. and bungalow contain
ing: 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
Wailele. By the month, week or
day. Particulars at our office,
Fort and Merchant Streets,
MILES OF SEA BRIDOED B7 0HE
1 MRiftLJRUST COMPANY.
EAVIi the care
of vour busi-
ncss witn us
while traveling this
Thus you will
have a vacation
(Continued from lace D
Abraham' U.1" Holster, George. II
Greene, lllrnm Kolomoku, James II.
1 of Admiral IJIchl, whom they are
' anxious to meet. All of them, of
, course, hau seen his picture in the
Japanese newspapers, but they said
tl118 niornlng that they want to sec
1 According' to one Informant, tho
China, to arrive from San Francisco
tomorrow morning, will bflng a Back
of money fdr tho strikers. None of
the leaders would say anything
I ubdiit.lt, but this Is the story going
Another report Is to the effect that
the Hongkong Maru, which arrived
from Japan today, also brought
sumo money for the support of the
Yesterday afternoon the Japaneso
Etrlkers camped at Motlllll attempted
to hold a meeting for the stated pur
poes of raising an emergency fund.
The meeting, however, did not ma
terialize. At 3.30, the hour set for tho meet
ing, the word was quietly passed
nrouud to the effect that the meeting
would be held next Sunday after
noon. This was decided on in order
to allow the "Kuml-cho," section lu-
nas, from all the camps to be pres
ent. According to one of the Jap
anese, the section lunas will be ex
pected to express thcmBolvs on the
financial bltuatlon ot their sections.
Another man said that the meet
ing was postponed In order that tho
leaders, now on trial, may bo able
to attend. Whut they are expected 1
tc speak on at the meeting It Is
hard to suy.
Should the meeting at Mollllll ma-1
r,al,IC "" nunaay nlternoon. u
" "pec "J u'at " V'6 s no.
t. tlnnn .. ,. I nil nl.Aiil O C ft t l.ltl
In Honolulu, In all about 2,800, will
be mere in full force,
will fit better if worn over a slip.
We have them in white to cost $3.00,
$4.00. $5.00, $6.00,
We also carry, combination Corset
Covers and Drawers, in all sizes.
Cost $2.25, $2.S0, $3.00, $3.50, $6.50.
Before going away for your holi
day provide yourself with suitable
fancv work. Art Needlework on ex
DID NOT III: 111 UN
Shlgawara Indicted By
Grand Jury Charged
The Territorial (Iraml Jury this
morning biimght an Indictment ngaluM
Hhlgetiagn, 11 Jnpaui'm, on a chargu of
thu embezzlement of n horsn valued nt
$125, A bench warrant was Issued
at once, and the accused man taken
Into custody. Ho will be nrrnlgncd
tomorrow morning before Judge Do
It appears that on May IS Tokutaro
Shlmchnru, the owner of thu horse,
loaned tho animal to SlilgennRa to
use, with the understanding Hint he
could have him returned nt any tlmo
ho needed him, Tho borrower forgot
his promise, however, nnd Is nllcgod
to have confiscated tho horse to his
own use, Detective Lake, of the Uoun
ty Attorney's office, worked on the
caso and went to I'uiilon, where lie
secured the horse and the evidence In
(Continued from Pace l
wara appeared with Joseph Llghtfoot
nB counsel, nnd pleaded not guilty to
the Indictment brought against him
by the Grnnd Jury on a chnrgo of as
sault. His bond was fixed at JGOi) and
the case placed on thu calendar for
trial In regular order,
Mnklno, tho strike leader, emphat
ically denied any knowledgn of Suga
warn, at the tlmo tho man was arrest
ed or since for assault on a plantation
worker for refusing to contribute to
tho funds, and tho Indicted man ap
peared alone In court when ho was
arraigned. Apparently he has threat
ed the leaders with unpleasant expos
ures If they did not como to his res
cue. And an a consequence tho attor
ney foi tho Higher Wngo Association
will defend him.
Hugawara was arrested about throo
weeks ago for an attack on Numato,' a
fellow workman, becuuso ho refused
to contribute to the strike funds. Tho
collector It is alleged struck Numato
with a pocket knife, Inflicting had
wounds, but not fatal. The Grand
Jury later brought an indictment
against Hugawara, and after he was
ariested wus placed In Jail and re
mained there. None of tho strlko load
er would acknowledge any connection
with him, and no eflort was made to
ball him out. It was on account of thu
cowardly attack and unwarranted ac
tion of Sugnwnra that the strike lead
ers repudiated him. Now that Mr.
Llghtfoot has been retained as hi
counsel, and tho prisoner appeared to
bit poverty-stricken and alone, thu ion
nectlou Is obvious between thu col
lector and the Agitators.
COURTESY OF COAST.
Expresses Official Thanks Thiough
WASHINGTON, June 12. Rear
Admiral IJIchl'a appreciation of the
courtecles to him and tho officers nnd
crews of the Japanese squadron dur
ing their visit to the ports of the
Pacific Coast 1b expressed in a tele
gram from him communicated to the
secretary of state today as follows:
"On the eve of departure from the
hospitable shores of the United
States I request you to convey in bc
hulf of tho officers and men of his
majesty's training Bquadron to the
government and through it to the
people of the United States their
grateful appreciation of the courtesy
nnd hospitality bo generously extend
ed, both official and otherwise, by
the American people curing tho
squadron's extended v:slt in ports
of the Pacific Coast,
"On my return home I shall report
fully to his majesty, tho emperor,
the cordial welcome thus extended
by the American people to his squad
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IT " -VH
;' vv.sM fjtiHslllH
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MK. O. W. MAHTIN, IUrtfor.1.
Ont., choir lesder at Bt. IWi
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reruns Is a wonderful remedy for
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for a great many years, and always try
lug something for It, but was able onlj
to securo temporary rellof until I usee
Only Ave bottles rid my syitera o'
all traces ot catarrh, and I have no'
noticed tho slightest troublo for Severn
"My head was stopped up, my breatl
offensive, and It Is a relief to be able t
breathe freely once mjro.'
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