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Wnlttico R. Pun-lnuton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
npTl J Editorial Rooms, - 185
a w a
People seem not to see that their
opinion of the world is also a con
fession of character. Emerson
'he lion Rile tinged) of I'.tsle Slgel
hIkhiIcI be n lelwiin tn ouiig ghls "I'd
ihlnk thej know billet thaii their
1'rpsldetil Tuft has no trouble la
nuiklng IiIk position duni though.
In Ih gaining a reputation m a sort
i.t quiet kind
Don t ssasto 1 1 mi' sending niinn)
mnus i oinnmnlcnilons to tin- II u I -I
c i I n tiffin- Tlie nlvvnvs k to
tin- waste li.ml.ct '
Ma hi' no mistake The Incoming
pmneiigcr lists show that llimiilnlu
Ik making good iih n milium r inoit.
Then' h none better.
We greet Tuni l'lldi on this h!
nih H I in n tu Ihe nml ilte again In
Hie balms in moHiliai o ot Honolulu.
lie i u i l.i p nwny.
Theie nnu-t be enough liiwpl tain In
the 1 1 tn teiommoduto cvct)ono
without lniibli unless someone Is
In lit on making iioiiblo.
Should tin re he need for hiaclng
jtuir Kinflili we In Honolulu ami
Hawaii hi "ci ills . road thn hank anil
trust ("oinpuni statements.
ule hail to win that hall game,
Winn Tuft wns theie nml Harsnrd's
rx-l'iesldont was bcJIlK Inltlatiil Into
the gloiies of Vale honors
Honolulu appeuls to tho outside
pui. (I. .is a pi pits Rood town That's
amain r iiiKtimoiit foi )im
1I0 ill von 1 an to help it along.
I mil Coinuilsilnnor Pratt lollies
fniiti the public ner Ice with n rcc-
id no Inlegrlt) nml enpniit that
Ih 1 neillt to the Tonltoi) ns well
Russia's inntemplatcil occupation
or 'leheran must bp reckoned as a
I Unite to Hie high est i em 111 which
Hie IV ir Is held h Mugs hlthelto
llKpin.nl to distrust him
lln ip Is esns Indication that the
Tnfi plan foi u tax on corporation
Imonies will be approsed This
puts Hie miporallons of Hawaii tu
lln- foi itnothiM two per lent 1011
tiibuiioii toward tho public good.
Poor strliken Messina' It has ti
ser) different problem on Us bands
when lining from tho ashes of disas
ter Hum our own rime friend, San
I'niiulsio, 01 tho 111010 rctuoto
Kingston. Slill)'s was n leal euith
uuake. -lotin I) ItoeUefellor can agalii
cmlle at his good Inch. In all the
lining busluoss and other experiences
before the 1 mil Is John 1) was able
to escape the Indictment that lias
might I'lesldent Thomas of t lie Su
Work nt l'earl Harbor Is going
rlghi along and adding to the gen
eral piospuilty .though public at
tention has been centered In the joy
of the dollni-aud-ii-lialf man who
makes things busy uu ' this side of
Nuuunu sin t "
Items ( liws In'hls latest circular
sass. I'Msliient Tuft's proposal to
tu net iiollis dues not, ot muise,
meet win 1,1 niral i.ippiosal " Kscii
lleur) U as Honiotlnies sliows Hint
Ills num. of vhlim Is not bejond the
hoilzon of Wall sticet.
Tho 1 11
Bin els in till
e 1 I 11 ban leeched 11
n p otPBting against
a ihlldren on tho
Ittllel sec Hon at nlglit.
'Hint la I' nil nn iiih 11 pait ot tho
Inn 11 ss'lieio tin nnfess' liw should
he slgoioitsly em nnd lis Hie pollio.
'I hero enn bo no ilHT m ikc ot opinion
on tlfSt scoro.
A park for general noils In the
center of tho city gin-, inomlio of
nnetlng- 11 gonoial ,ilt in md Tree
lianob.ill lilts nttintflGil luge crowds
Hint will uinjncsllonnbl bo ii.idy to
pay it nominal admission teo to nt-
Entered M tlie pMloflire nt Honolulu
u fccvond c4M matter.
.JULY 2, 1009
tend events at an athletic park
where woll-descloped programs of
general sports are carried out.
Sim l'rnnclseo hns iccurdod lis
lint ile.tth from lie.it prostration.
Noser Iicfote lias the speed) town
not mull n hot pace ,
Soeie In the administration of
pubic huiil busluchs will lnillil up
more needless pnblle distrust in ex
ecutive umbo In ihan can he nvticoino
in )uars. .
Admiral IJIthl left 111:111 Impoit
lint ImptcssloiiH hchlnil him, nit 1 11
tondod to sticngthcii the isteiin In
shleh the Inpiiueso icsldcUts heio
Hliouhl u-ek to ho hclil.
Mi. Andiows will di.isv n salary
fiom tho pooplo iih Deput) Attornc)
(ieniral, hut who will p.t) him In his
capacity its tho political Moses?
'I hat is proluhl) another stor).
Should Congress keep it up until
August 1 tho trip to Hawaii will be
11 h ipp) tellef from weeks of
scorching hot weiithei nml Rite Ho
nolulu another boost ns a summer
The Portland Telegram expi esses
the opinion that the United States
tale lacks Nationalism. Our con
,ipnr.ii does not state what Ore-
Fiu Item In tho tat iff bill lias been
"The Industrlnt classes innho up
the larger p irt of our population.
Let us adjust 0111 school s.sstcm to
the good of the majurlt). Tills is
1 nly deinocintlc" Thus s.ijs the
Oiegon C'onuti. Mimu. It might nlso
ndd- "This Is only common, ortll
nnrj hiusu feeuso."
Tills President of ours Is prosing
quite a fellow- utter nil, and he gets
nlong pretts well with most osery
oue, including his Vice Presidential
iihsoclnte, Mr Shiimnn This shows
that the countrs tan encounter
thnnges In ofllrliil life and still keep
Its head alien e wulei
Is It public demand 01 Inside inn- '
iilpiilitlon that muses columns' of
minder meters to he tent out b
eel lain news dispensers and oul
tnotigh to oci It when bomo big 11
uiiULial or IndiiHtilal leadeis are In
sulsed In tho business of setting .it
naught the) laws of the land?
Theie Is no;eaHon sshy plantation
dhldcnils shimld be cut nt tho pres
ent time, though n (onsen litis 0 poll
e nilsht point tn soma 1 eductions
before tho beginning of the new
jear This Toirltoiy mid Its fndus
tiliH will go forward.' The enemies
of iudustiinl piogrcss cannot per
manently pi es all, especially when
thes n ro htrlsing to slash their uoso
to splto their fate.
HAVE HURT THEMSELVES
The industrial upheasnl that ccr
tain Jnpaueso In tills Territory have
brought about lias done more to ills
11 edit the Jnpancso In tho minds of
the Americans of tho mainland than
nnjtliln: that lias occurred slnco
tho subjects of tho Mlkndo i.uno to
This Is usldeut from tho comment
of the mainland press, Thiough all
Hint Is said of the situation 11s our
mainland friends have gained Infor
mation thiough tho dispatches, theie
1 mis a distinct note of illsti iiht for
the people that we ot Hawaii luiso
uigeil tlm mniiilnndcis to glse 111010
In other words, tho mosement Itf
nugurntcd heio has not only Injured
tho Japanese llnanclnlly, but It has
hurt theli standing tn tho esteem ot
tho Ann 1 ban piople,
Wo belleso thu Intelligent nieni
bets ot the Japanese, colony In lln
yall 1 callo tills and haso tliorefoio
dono whnt thoy niuy to assist In
biiuglng about Industrial peace. It
Bcenm that tlie commamlcr of tho sis
itlng Japanese b'juidinu must base
been of this opinion, Judging fiom
man) of his nits that were pel haps
mom Impressive than winds
Just wluit object any people can
haso In disci editing their own Mud
Toi-t street ... 2
(luccn street . 3
Lunalilo sticct 2
Kaili avenue 2
Union street .
Kapahulu . . .
Fort sticct . .
Kaimukl . .
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
nt great financial cost Is hard for
the nsernge permn to understand.
That is the enigma of the local
labor situation til the present (line
I'ride of i.ue and nationality would
uiituralls point n ionise that will
itieiease the good will ot those
among wliom'n foreign people base
(Continued from Pace 1 )
T U1.I....I ... ,.l ... , .1 .....I ...I.I ti. nt
iiiHiiiK'H intu it 11, 11 11 1 1 in 1 uiiii
the law did not contain stntiiles "read'
lug th" riot ad.' but penalls for ic -
fuslus toobes ceitnln orders glwn by
oincers. lie denied there w.m ans-j
lhlng In the indictment itferrlng to
mis mnitcr .mi. iiiim u.nl 110111
the Itcslsed Stttulcs nu(horlt foi ills
perslug 1110I1K, and lefened In that
put of the Indictment whlili iliniges
"an unlawful nsscmhls "
l.lghtfo'Jt con I ended onl the Slier
Iff. Demit v Sheriff, nnd Chief of I'olho
lino tin. lower tn ntfnipi tn. llniorn'l
11 row it. 1
Altoines l.lshifoot piintiuued tin
ciossenmluatlnu of C A Hplllner
during most of Ihe afternoon session
seslirday After concluding his at
tack on the scrnelts of the witness.
mul attempting eseiy ruo known to
the law to twist the soung nnn'stes-
tlnioio, I.lghtfoot continued to dig into
Spinner's connection with tlm planta
tions and strikers.
"Have sou talked with nny of theso
men whllo sou wero lima, nnd tluy
wore 011 the plantation h iso ou
talked with them at any time?"
"Do sou mean nboiit blilklng?"
11 bar, t
A bargain on Aloha Lane, near
Young- street. Modem cottage of
two sleeping rooms, living room,
kitchen and bath. Price $2,100.
A Ihrec-bcdroom cottage with lot
buxsjuu on lAtnalilo street. Price
Wilder Avenue .
Marine Sticct $21.50
'Cor. Fort &' Metchant Streets.
REMEMDER THOSE AT SEA !
1'iass' $ vfnsM
i 'i gftTRU
Y v " - - '--
i.?s-ic, ,-; Y"
.$ 8 00
. 16 00
the horse is
stolen is a
poor time to
If you have jewelry
not in use, valuable
. . a
papers, CtC., KUCp tllCm
'. C I
111 a Sate (JepOSlt OOX tO
1-1 1 ImiiM
WHICH VU onV na L
$4. a year.
BisllOP TrilSC Co. Ltd.
"No, huse im user tall.td with
I.lghtfoot: "What language would
)ou uso In talking wllh tlicm?"
Witness: "Kind of half, r.ngllsh nml
half kaniiku all mixed."
"Did the) undei stand )Oii?"
"Sure they did."
"Now, referring to the crowd tlm'
son saw there!.'' I.Iulitfoot usked. "Jiul
Hi) )ou think tlitio svas susen or .-Ight,
hundred? ' V
"And )nu think that, now, If lin
Scosllle for lnstincu testified that
these ssero lictwimi two mid three hun
dred there would )ou sn) that hu ssaK
sei) much mistaken?"
"No, I would go according to my
own Judgment "
'Tlio fact of thu matter is that son
woici mi awfully hcared nboiit that time,
weio )ou nut Mr. Splilutr?"
"Scnicd to ilentli?"
"You worn Ilk) the running "soiy
fast, sseien'H )un? '
"And tiicso peoplo ssere after jiihT
"Xoss-, up to tho tlnui Hint Number
Ono jumped on thu man with tho bun
dle did tlm crowd do anj thing there,
do any oilier act In rofeienco to tho
man with tlie bundle, jeferrlug to tho
"Will, (he) eiimo running up."
1 IIOU l.lr .Mil lull itnn Ihpm I hnun
lho ,, ,Ulu (h0 1, , n(I,.j.
""''' "'' "" '" r""', "r ""' 1'a'no" "
"Vim .us them tliasu him up to
win rn? '
..T1(151 Ulll(M llm ,, tn ,ll0 fl(mt ))f
"Ilow '""K '"-foro, Scosllle) got hold
"Not ser) Ion;, few iulnulis."
"As 11 mnltc of fact theiei svasn't
TIIUR'JDAY, JULY 1ST, v
Wc will begin a
. Clearance Sale
"'of , l T
Prices cut to pieces ; sec our fin.
The Alexander Young
Saturday, July 3rd.
Hours 6 a. m to 11:30 p. m.,
nny tinuhlo thero until Wills fired his
gun off was Iheio?"
"Well, as soon as Scoslllo got hold
of this fellow bote, then the shouting
nil started up. Ho got away oncu from
Sens lite "
"How soon after Scosllle got hold of
this man tho first lime was the gun
"Ten or fifteen minutes."
"It wasn't n dream?"
"No, )ou bet not." r
"Tlieiu wero actually thirty stones
and about thirty itono and fiom II f-
(ten to twenty sticks, pieces of this
.firewood, ll)lng tliiough tho nlr?"
' es, sir."
"And not 11 blessed one touched
"Althonijh they weio flied at )ou?'
"Yes, sii "
The witness was thou In ought bid.
to tlie use Ills of H10 t'seulng. Accord
lug to lilu n colli 1 Hon It was cry of
llnnululii .Inn 8.111'' "Tho ilonoliilu
nollco'" that caused the final ipiletlng
of tho crowd Hllhough tho High Sheriff
did not iippear on the scene for 101110
time nftcrwntds. I.lghtfoot concluded
the I'Mimiiiutlnn lis lulngliig out Hint
tho ssIIiicm- had gone over his evidence
In llnne)'s oinee with the other wit
CAPT. L. AHL6QKN
Caplaln h. Ahlboin, especially
well known among tho Incnl sugar
pliinteis, died In (iermany today, tho
nesss basing been leeched by cnhlo
to 1'. Klamp of IlntKfeld & Co.
Captain Ahlboin wns nt one time
manager of tho Pioneer Sugar Mill
at I-ahalna, Maul, where he ssas ser)
successful tn building up the prop
erty. The Conklin
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one At
Wc carry all styles and siz
es $2:50 upwards.
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Wc have decided to cut the piices for developing and printing very mateiially on the
On 3Vix3i2, 3V4x4tyi, 3yix52 and S'gxlO. Cut prices on printing only on sizes SVx
2V,, 214x314 and 212x414.
Notwithstanding the cut, we have put in better facilities which will cnabk us to tin 11 out
better work than ever before and woik that will prove superior to that obtainable anywheic
else in the islands,
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.,
ON JUVENILE COURT
Communication To Chief
Executive Gives '
Oosunor Kicnr today rccelsed from
Judge Wh!tneyf piesldlug ostr thu .III
spiiIIo Court, his annual report-ending
Juno ?n, thowlng tho cases handled
under the old nnd new laws. Under
tho former law, tho children nnested
wero treated as common criminals,
sshllo under tho new law they become
wntds ot thu Court from the beginning
of thu Investigation to Ihe disposition
of the case. In this ssn) tho chlhlicn
aru given evei) ehnnco foi fair plav
The number arrested during tho ) ear
by the Juvenile Court officials ssero us
follows: 151 ho)s nnd 2$ girls. Of
these 124 uero Hawaiian. .It 1'ortu
guese, IS Asiatics nnd D others.
Thu dependent cases under new lnsv
from March 1 ft to Juno 30, 190!), wero
ns follows: Nino sent to prlsnte
homes or prlsiild Institutions, 3 sent to
l'loui Mnrch IC to Juno 30 under
tho nosv law CO cases sscro disposed
ul, CI ho)s and 13 girls
The following are tho total number
of c.isiB which camo before tlie Juse
nllo Court from July 1, 1908, to June
0, 1909t Assault and butter), 10,
dlsohcdlc.ice, C; gambling, .IS; fille
nml dlssolule, ST; larcenv, -IS; ma
llelons Injury, 7; truancy, 21; dlstmb
lug night, 1; foinlcntlo.i, 1; cm few
Tho total number of cases disposed
of during the same peilod are: l'end
lug 011 probation, 20; surrcndeieil h)
piohntlon olllcur nnd committed, 10,
scrsed probation nnd discharged, 71,
committed without probation, 7d; sen
tenco BiiBpended. 1; not guilty, ft.
nulled, 1; reprimanded, 2; pending, 3
Under the old law there s.ero lit!
cases' brought before) the coin t from
July 1, 1908 to March 15, 1!01, KM
bo)s and 15 girls. Of Ihiso 79 weio
Hawaiian 21 rortuguese, 10 Asiatics
and C otherB.
S. K. Miiiiy.ima will succeed Ches
ter Do) lo .is ofilelul Inpincso Interpie
ter of tlie Circuit Contt. Mr. Do)le
tciiiteied his leslgiullnu )esto.dny to
Judgo De Holt mid In accepting It, ho
said that Do)le's M'rvlco.i bad alwa)s
been satlsfacloi), and that hu had nos
er nny cause to urn slum tho accuracy
of ills IntiTpietations.
Mr. Do)le wns commissioned as n
Deputy High Shcrltf to nssU. tho offi
cials In tho strike cases on thu plan
tations and clsewhire, and ssus giant
ed a lenso of nhspiico from thu Comt
svork. He will rum lln In lilj piescut
HIGH ALUMNI GALLED
Tlieie will ho u meeting of tho High
School Alumni Association ut tho Mc
Klnley Illph School at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. Hans will hu made for wink
to bo undertaken at thocommeucc
ment of next school )cnr.
Old Strnshurg, tho famous city on
tho frontier betwien Germany and
1'iuuco, which ssas besieged and hns
figured In history mure than nny of the
old cities of tho world. Theio will bo
an excellent coined), "Choosing a
jl.lfo I'aitncr," from tlio 1'icncli, slm
liar tn those that caused so much
laughter In the eutl) pait of thu week,
(ieo. Mlluu will slug tin Illustrated
Ming, "Down on the l'linn," and tho
girls will ting tho Indian Ming in which
thoy mado such 11 success.
OT BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
Adrian, (l.i. "I Buffered untold
inlnerv from :i fern lln weakness Illltl
cliieasc, anil 1 could not stand more
man n minute at, 11
lime. My doctor
said an operation
wns 1110 out
chance 1 had. anil
I dreaded It almost
as rutteli ns Ucatli
Ono dtv I snl
reading how other
women had been
cured by J.jdla K
unit uetliltil to tr
It Itrlnm I I111I Liken 0110 bottlo .
wai better, ami now I am completely
cured." Lr.vA V. Ui-Kin, HoutoNo.
n .Adrl-in. fin.
Why will svomeu tiko chances with
an opor.111011 or urag om, n sie-Kiy,
b.ilf.lip.irted pTUtenee. lnisslmr three-
fourths of the Joy of Uvlntr. w hen they
cm tltul he'.iltli in L)dl.i K. l'lnkham's
r.r thlrtv sears It hni been the
st uidard remedy for female Ills and
Ins cured thousinds of women svho
haso been troubled Willi sucn uu
incuts ns jlhpl iccincnts lultamm ilion,
itberatlitii. uhrolil tuinois. lrregul trl-
tles, periodic ptlns, backache, Indiges
tion, and persons prostration.'
If you limn tin sllirhtest tlonlit
tlmt Ljrtliv i:. I'lnlJmm's Votr
tnlilo Coiiiiiiimiil sslll liclti you,
svrlto to 3IrS. IMiiUlinm nt l-yiin,
STnsi.. for nilvlce. Your letter
sslll lies absolutely coullele'iitlul,
anil tlio nth lco free
SUIT FILED "
A S5000 damage suit w is filed hi the
Clicidt Comt M'Steidn) uftciiioon
against Ihe IMoneer Mill Companv b)
C)prlsn ricllns, through Ids atloinos.
Atl.lnson & Qparlcs fni njbged in
juries Fiistntiied at the plantation of
tho Mill Compaii)
The complaint stales Ih it on J.11111
aiy 3 last 1'rclt is was cmploved as .1
biakcmau 011 a plantation ti.ilu and,
sshllo nctli'g umlei ouleis from the in-glutei-,
Jumped from the train while It
was In motion. According to the pom
plaint, 1'iellus svas 11111 over mil suf
fered 11 broken leg and ' has at a!i Ilium
since said nccldt nt been sslmlls ills
nbled from I.1I101, has Buffered grent
jili) hlc.il pitu and mental suffering ami
anguish ot mind nml bud) bj leamn
of the Injuries so n reived '
At tlie roiiith ot .In.) .Memorial ser
sices, to bo held ut IVntinl I'nloii
chiiieh 011 Sumhi) esiuliig Coveinoi
front' will net as 1 I Hug offlcei and
Captain Itcis. r .? N Colonel Sc bus
ier, riflh Cas.ili), Major D111111I11;,
Twentieth lufaulr.v, mid Major Long
IT, H. Murine Coips will In niiiong
those oreupjlng seats on the phitfoim
The chief add less of the evening will
bo dellsered h) Dr. Thonnis V. (liien.
THE AnT THEATER.
i'or tho weekend preceding tho
"nttnlotis niurtli'' thu management of
tho Ait Iheater base been mij liio
lul lu their selection of 11 piogrum
which Is Bine to meet tho approval ot
tho big crowds that are bound to tin 11
up on Sntiiidi) night us usual, mid lu
Ihe feature film (The Skippers I) nigh,
ter' )cm will find a ti no picture trout
real life, plent) ot action and good pho
tograph). Tho scum Is laid 011 hoaul,
ono of the smallei liunbci nafts pljlni;
on tho Chicago ilser, and the subji et
is ono of lntciibU) human luieiest. lu
addition hereto theie will bo 11 sailed
ropcrtolio oompilslng both tinned),
ttagedy and drama
Tort Sticct, Below Hotel.