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WEDNESDAY JUNE CO. 1909
Nrtcmity is the nnrument of ty
'nnts. it is the creed of slaves.
I hi Sndrews, l'imt v Mloiney
i i . i . I ll.iw.ili: lx II to laugh?
1 i I hi Will undoubted!) meet
i i i-y.l nf I'icslilcnt Tuft.
i ii iil inl Wtlflct Imil rouml
tin .ili inlicvs when reforn t,
. I, i' li il
I: Viiiiiiil IJIchl iiiiiiIh a good Im
..III mi the iiua-don of IiIh first
Illis ell In- Iiuh completely
hi i in. people f I lulKilulil during
mi might he called his farewell
i hi li
i in dnilinl has dropped In nt
i imil nt u nine wncn ni prcc-i
i. i mil, e made the source in
in h usntlotinl inlk that would '
i ii tlili loiumunll) anil peth.'imi
iikiiIi of two iiiuiiti les mi. li!
I up I
II in wan ) Iso hope fur tin l
l in hi vlr.1l. anil the Ailinlial of
lnilnil.il Japanese Nnv has
in I. lo.hI ' mi nil points, lie him
: ii . nh iliiK.ini things to the I'l'n-1
j 1 1 . ni Honolulu, nml he linn Cll.rllj
nl -. in mine or the factional ill(7vi-
t in i - nulling (he lesldents of Ihej
iiit hi whom he naturall) has moie
II. in .i passing Interest, tie has
in mi, hunt his hi. iv utlcnded strlit-,
I in iuisiiiesH anil conducted hlmselfl
. - In i niiH's un agent of good will. I
I In niiii't liilluenee exerted by
i i i ii 1 1 ;il Ijlihl has been such as to
urn the highest respect from the
A li .ins of Hawaii in well as the
J.iiiU'm- icsldents in the Territory.
I)i pi'isonullty of the Admiral
f..i., nf the bluff anil rugged char-.iin-i
imi.illy associated with tho
i niiiiii.iiiilrrK of navies. lie has lots,
ni lu.iwii supplemented by common
Mil--. Hint sometimes passes under
Hi. ii mil' of diplomacy This paper
liiliM'i that he has not ujttered a
wind 'Inn mlKht be Inierpretcd as
In nine on tot .tl nffalm. The fact
iini.iliiK, however, that his ieltorn-i
tl ii, i.f the t-ordlul sentlmants of
lih inl-lilp and respect that exist be-!
iwiiii the two countries whose peo-j
lh .ne i well met In these islnuila
li..- nut lulled to make Its impression
"nil mil population
li ilio H u I 1 e t I n were to pnss
.hi opinion. It would be that tho
hi i i mull. o of the Japanese navy
lull ' thai Hie inmmiiu good of
..II i"i'.'li' Is more niuterl.il than
piiM lihkoilngs lh.lt letiud the
ii"-.i i lr. of urn iiiunln. This Is
jii.uii iiiiiinion soiihe.
THE SUFFRAGETTE'S WAR.
M t Is Ik distance the exhibition fm
nr h. i b ihc Suffragettes and. the
How i nini'iil iu London is itdlciilous.
inn In hiiates to decide whether the
wiiiin n ale more nui'islng in their
PuMli unties than tho Government
Jn ti.liiK to hold them down.
Tlibt thought on this sldo of the
win Id Is that tho dear girls should
he allowed to prcsont nil the peti
tion., the; pleaso. These would he
liu le-i iiungeruiis than the lialr
pulling iitlds stnrtod as n result of
the leiiiHiii to accept tho petition.
Stiu m oiliest i ulned 1b harmless; bot
tled up. It Is clangorous.
1 1 Is possible, howovor, that wo
Mm II take a difforont view of tho
imil ie r when the contnglous onthu
hlnMii of the cause strikes our own
fair women und thoy go upon the
A foiuiuiit of what may hnppcn Is
contained in a statement made In
New York early this month by Sirs.
Aniui Unwind Shaw when appearing
with Mis. Carrie Chapman hefiiro
the Intel-urban Woman's Suffrage
'The time has lomo." said Mrs.
Khuw, "In Introduce some of these
methods into our work In America,
and when I go to Seattle to the Na
tional Convention uext month, I am
going to urge that we woik for the
mi n In public places who have woik-
tl in.- us. Wo must strike the man
, who intu worked against us lit his
'inoM delicate nerve tho ballot box.
I w u nt la see a distinct relation ho
lueiii the thing I i anil tho thing
I 1 1 1 1. but. Just us soon us I con
bit that good can ooinu to tho cause
r-r six Montn m ,mt
ftr Ytir. .nywli.it InUS I.oo
Pi Year Anvtlirre m C.n.tl.. .. I.rto
Per War lo3tiald, foreign 2.oo
nil sensational methods, I kIi.111 he
tooting a hoi n on n limit In the Hud
son, lighting with policemen, and
doing ull the other things our I3ng
IIhIi sisters tune done."
Mrs. Cult. It seems. Is not in null
(i warlike mood for the present, nml
devotes much of her public addresses
to the dlffeienee between the ' Stlf
fi.iglris' nml lhe ".Milliunt Suffrag
ists" nf h'tiHland.
The tiiimt slgnllli.int fe.nuic of
the whole Itusluess Ih that the wo
men have decided thai the h.illol box
Ms man's most dpIUnte netve. lhe
lime was when woinmi found they
iiould do as they pleased with n iiuui'1
, I giving him good thing to eat.
Can It be thnt lnnu lias changed or
its It that llu. kitchen and tin- cook
'hook are no lnngei attractive tn
Law Is Working Out In
Ktipiuin, ti wiutlifiil sneak thief, Is
I ivlug Chief l.enl a lot or troitblu
.tely. and us It Is against the law
to hold the lm nt the police btntloti
the sleuth hardly knowly what to do.
The boy has lonfcu-cil to half a
dozen robberies, and has dipped into
everything fiom a church poor-box
to n chicken most. He has stolen
no less than $ru win th of goods
since ho started out at the game. He
looks nbout eight years of age, and
has a most precocious manner. Ills
inother Is half demcnled, nml on it
provlous visit to the police btnllnn
cnused tome tumble when she got
Tho outhful burglar was taken
into ctiKtod on .Mmid ly nil. ni I'll,
hut could nut he held over nU'hl ac
cording to law. I.oil allowed the
lad to go home for the night un
piorolslng to return this morning,
but the youthful Sykcs failed m tuiii
up on lime. If he Is found befuin
130 todav Hie boy will be 1 iloui he
foic Vhllnc. but If dlstoreied Inter
In the da will hae to be let Z" till
tomorrow. The Jutenile law Is
woikttig Mil In n peculiar manner,
and It is ill llli nil to handle jouilifu'.
offcndciH under it
Calabash Once Was Used
By Lunalino And
IJvert NyiunnoMT of Honolulu has
Intel had the good fortune to become
the owner of ti very ancient calabash,
inailo o'r kou hardwood. It was mice
the property of tho I'anaewa family of
Knil. .Mr JIol, a grandfather to the
I'anaowas, made ut nbout Oil ears ago
King I.uiiiilllo and Htith Kcellkolaul. i
Bister of Kaniehameha IV und V, ate
pol out of this calabash. It was bonked
In water lor two yenis before It was
horn out with a stono. Mr. Mol und
his wife Kutiaawai lived for jeurs with
the high chiefs In Honolulu.
TO EXAMINE SCHOOL CHILDREN.
New York, June 8 Ten thousand
public school children of New Yolk
City will bo examined b the heallh
authorities In a gciieial cudeawir to
ascertain whether Iheie Is any bail
for tho assertion made b l)r T 1"
Nlcholl hi-fuie the Amiiiicau Medical
Association at AilmUe t'lt thai TS
Iter cent or the pupils tin- Wuinis 01
tho alcohol luihli
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COILING ALL RIGHT
Interest In Hawaiians
Shown In Ways
John 0. Lane has words of praise
fin I). I.. Conkllng, the new Tenltor
lul Tieasuier. I.niie staled Ibis
illuming Hint Conkllng In u quid
win hits been and Is still HpclidliiK ,i
poll Ion of his earnings for the edu
cation of the Hawaiian youths In
whom he Is lutoiestcd. He bellaws
that tho new Treasuier will not only
(rent the Hawaiian boys under his
Jurisdiction fnlily. hut thnt he would
gle them piomotlon as they nro do
eentug nml opportunlt) ptenuita
ConMlng. who wns puri.er on the
Manna I.oa for some time, has been
very popular with the Hawaiians,
He treated the pour and I loll alike,:
nml on this account the aged IInw'a-
Hans who tiaveled on the popular j
liner with Conkllng as purser hnvoi
lciuembercd him with hoolttipus, j
which usually mine from their little'
tracts of land In Konn. I
1T.OOD.-5 Di:i.AY THApTIO -AIn-rlpeg,
Man., June 0. Disastrous
Itoods continue among the moun
tains nnd trnfTlc is tied up nt places
on the main line of the Canadian
SOT- DULLCTIN ADS PAY --$3-3
m i- 90J)
Wc arc instructed to offer for sale,
for a limited period, a desirable resi
dence in the Hakiki District. This
property is la.-RC, more than half an
acre, well planted in trees nnd
shrubs; the houss commodious and
modern. The owner desires to
leave the country and has pven us
a bargain price.
Fclker premises Manoa Valley.
House and lot Lunalilo Street.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
A Wireless Message!
to your friends
Will be a pleasure
:iS)75SZ' .' rn sJtf
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FURNISHED house in Ma
noa. Beautiful view of ocean
nnd mountains. Three bed
rooms. House and furniture
both new. Possession July
Rent $50 per month.
TRIED HARD BUT
FAILED TO DIE
Kauai Murderer Could
Thutigh he first drove a knife
tlnough his wlipl-plpo, followed that
an by committing hnrl-kail, and
ended up by Jumping Into tho water,
a Kauai Japanese wns unsuccessful
In his suicidal attempts and Is now
iu a Kauai Hospital, waiting until
ho shall he well enough to stand trial
The Japanese In question, whoeo
name Is unknown to the Kiuuil man
wlio bioiiglit the report of the trug
cd), learning that his mlstiess wns
about to dcscit him for nouther man,
assaulted her with it hnlfo so vicious
I) that she died within a few min
utes. Fearing the consequences of
his deed, the murdcier then plunged
lhe knife Into his own throat, sever
ing tho wind-pipe. Ho then com
mitted hari-kari, making n horrible
gash Iu his abdomen. As death re
fused to follow, the man rushed out
mid plunged Into n hike, determined
to make a thorough job or It.
Hut a I'urtuguesu happened along
iibiml then. nnd. seeing a matt strug
gling In the water, plunged In und
biought the woiild-he suicldo nshoie.
The Japanese w-us hurt led to the
hospital, wheie the surgeons per
foiuicd such opei nl tons as were nec
inH.iiv. and Is now- on tho high road
to iecovci It Is piophecled thnt
In- will soon be well enough to stand
tii.il for miirdei.
jy BULLETIN ADS PAY
THURSDAY, JULY 1ST,
We will begin a
i Prices cut to pieces; see our win.
The Alexander Young
will be COOLER and
more inviting than
GET TICKETS TODAY
FOR HILO EXCURSION
Tickets are In demnnd today for tlm
big excursion to llllo nnd the Volcano
next Hntindny. A long lino of excur
sionists heslcged tho oluco of tho Inter-Island
Hteamshlp Co. this morning
to procure accommodations and tunny
mom nro expected this afternoon.
There are still plenty of good looms
and tliosu who Intend- to tnku them up
should do so at once nn no hooking will
bo roseru-d after today.
Kale to llllo and return 11; to the
Volcano and return, Includl'i ; board
nml lodging at the Volcano Home. $25.
Mnnnn l.cn leaves Inter-Inland dock
nt 3:30 Saturday afternoon.
STOLE STRJE FUND
The Treabiirer nf tho Higher Wago
Association nt Wnlnlun Is alleged to
have been robbed or the sum of 1000,
which he had on hand for tho benefit
of the strikers.
High Sheiirr Henry, although
skeptical of the truth of the report,
sent his deputy, Chester Doyle, down
to Investigate the affair. It Is a pe
culiar business altogether, and
Dojle's return will probably clear
the matter up.
Drinks Ink like a camel,
Buy one at
Wc carry all styles and siz
es $2:50 upwards.
it F. Wichman & Co.
t.ti t.tst.,1 LkLhkikkLtoLkfokikkikihkkhbkktkib
Big new supply of the famous California Creamery
Just received on the LURLINE. The best
butter that comes to the Islands. The best
butter sold anywhere on earth.
Henry May fc Co., Ltd., LeadiPnLGero2c2er:nd 02.
BOYS "IN AWAY;
Reform School Lads
There seems to be nn epidemic of
running nwny among the Hcfornt
School bos, nnd nt present there nro
at least six of them missing. Tho
Inst hunch la get nwny were accom
panied by their guard, who Is minus
It appears that the guard became
uvercomc by the drowsp afternoon
nnd laid down to sleep. Half a doz
en hoys took ndvnutuga of his nnp
ping and mndo n break for home.
When, tho guard awakened there
were no bojs to be Been, so the vigi
lant amateur top, who hlnihelf was
n trusty, thought thnt the best wny
to avoid punishment wns to do n
duck for home also.
Ills welcome at home was not very
warm, nnd bis people only wnlted
pong enough to telephone the fnct of
bis being there before hauling him
back (u tho school.
The rest of the boys are being
slowly gathered Into the fold, nnd
unless another trusty snoozes, the
lads will probably remain within
bounds for a while.
There are several changes going
on today In the old I'nlnco, now the
State House of the Territory. Hy
the consolldntlon of the Land Ofllre'
with the Hoard of I'ltblK' Works, the11
moms now occupied by ltond Super
visor John Wilson will be given over
to the I-and Department. Mr. Wil
son and Ills force of men will seek
other quarters down town.
High Sheriff Henry has completed
mining over to his office nt the O.ihu
Prison, und It will be turned over!
to Llconnc Inspector Kenncll. Other I
changes relative to the executive of-'
Ikes and those of tho Attorney Gen-'
ernl tiro under consideration.
Sheriff Jnrrett has named Julius
II. Asch ns jnlter nt the Honolulu
Jail, the Institution which will come,
under the contiol of the City und
County on July 1.
Mr. Asch Is the rather of Julius
W. Asch, the well-knuwn clerk In
the Sheriff's oflU'e. He has for some
time been acting as special officer nt
l'uwaa Junction and Is a well-known
tesldcnt of this city.
Ucorge Kulu has also been named
hy the Sheriff ns his deputy ut tho
Jail, nnd Is considered n good man
fur the position. There nrc severnl
other appointments to he made In
connection with the Jnll, nnd tho
Sheriff will probably announce somo
or them today. Quito a number or
tho county deputies have been sum
moned to town, and the Sheriff Is In
terviewing them todny us In the
btittnblo men In their districts who
arc available for tho positions of
Jailers, Klve ard to he appointed,
besides tho turnkeys nnd six guards
tor tho Honolulu Jail.
CITING AN EXAMPLE.
"Hope." remarked tho mcro man, "Is
reilnlnlv a wonderful thing."
' "It Is," rejolnc-d tho wlso woman.
"Why. one lltllo nlbblo will keep my
husband fishing ull day."
Butter Famine Broken
(Continued from Fage 1)
Witness: "Yes, he was making
speeches to the crowd.''
I.lghtfoot: "You don't know what
bo Bald to them."
Witness: "No. sir."
After a cross-lire of arguments be
tween I.I slil foot nnd Kinney, Hcovllln
finally reiterated bis direct testimony
thnt lhe crowd threw n shower of
sticks nnd stones at the Splllners.
I.lghtfoot declared that tho witness
contradicted himself, having onco tes
tified ho bow but one or two slicks or
stones nnd heard missies bit the build-
Hy the new amendment to their Char
ter, the application for which wns n
proved by Governor "Venr this morn
ing, the number of trustees of Queen's
Hospltnl will be reduced fiom twenty
to sccn members. Tho responklliiilty
or tho go eminent trusteeship will nNo
cense with tho now articles of Incur
porntlou. The application was filed
last week, but it has been under con
sideration by tho Governor and Actlni'
Treasurer Hcmenwuy ns to the lex.iuty
of the application,
United Stntes District Judge S. II.
Dole occupied tho bench with Judge
ItobltiBon this morning, an Interested
spectator In tho riot trlnl which Is In
pi ogress there. Another notable per
sonage who attended tho trial was
Hon. Thomas I'ltch, the "Silver
Tongiicd" orator from the Const, who
has Just arrived Iu Hawaii for a visit.
HAS MANYJf ITATIONS
flovomor Frear has Just received
nn Invitation to nttend the Natlnn.nl
Irrigation Congress to bo held In Sk
katie August 9 lo 14 of this cnr. Cleat
Interest Is being aroused by the I'm
motion Committee, and large delega
tions arc preparing to attend. It Is
understood New Mexico will hau MO
people In cttcndnncc. Hawaii Is urged
to contribute a largo number to the
Tho Governor Is nlso lnltid to nt
tend tho Forty-Third National Kncamp
111011. of the (1. A. It. to bo held nt Salt
Lake nt the same time an the National
Irrigation Congress meets. Special
trains will run fiom Salt Lakt. to Spo
kane nrter the encampment. The
TraiiH-MJsslsslppI Commercial Con
gress meets nt Denver Iu Angus and
the KlrBt National Conservation Con
gress ut Senttlo August 2G lo "o, Gov
ernor Frear Is also urged lo nilvnil
tho Inst two ir possible.
Wednesday. Juno 30.
Temperatures 0 n. m., 72; g a. nt..
77: 10 n. m., 7!); noon, 70; morning
Ilaromoler, 8 a. in., 30.02; absolute
humidity, 8 n. 111., G.17U grnlns per
cubic root; rclnllve humidity, 8 n, in.,
C2 ier cent; dew point, S u. m., fi3.
Wind 0 n. hi., velocity fl. direction
S. 13.; 8 a. in., velocity 17, direction
N. 13.; 10 n. in., velocity 10, direction
N. K.; noon, velocity 8, direction K.
nulnrnll during 24 hours ended 8 a.
in . ,01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended nt noon, 210 miles.
Section Director, Weather Ilureau.
WM. I). STOCKMAN,
Governor Frear this morning uii
prou'd the placing or 1100,000 Terrltor
I'll fundB In the Spreckcls llank.
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