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From San Fineiice:
Alameda July 23
For San Frnncii'cci
Tcnjo Mnru July '
Toddy's Bulletin wnnt ads will
accomplish a lot of useful tiling
that would have remained undone if
they had remained unadvertiwd.
Prove it for one cent a word.
Anrangl , July 24
For Vanconver: I
Mnrntna July 20
Dollars have no handles on thembut Bulletin ads get hold of them
VOL. XI. NO. 435G.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1009. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TARIFF AND CORPORATION TAX PASS SENATE
JAPAN IS FORTIFYINQ AT MUKDEN
9 i V
SWAM THREE MILES
Rainbow Was Capsized In Light
Wind-Owner Hoisted Mainsail
Though Warned Old Woman
Clung To Wreck Till Children
Were RescuedSad Ending of
(.Special to tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n )
WAIMJKU. Maul, July 7. Deputy
Sheriff Kdward Devnuchollo nnd So up went the Hall. Not live mln- second-hand dealers hao hocn over
Supervisor T. T. Meyer, both of Mo- titcs aftcrwardK a little wind rnnio looked, and It will be Kt III bn up to
lokal. arrived today from Kaunaka- up and tho vessel listed. the Territory to collect licenses
kill, Molokal, via l.uhnlna, and they
tell tho story of the foundering of
the gasoline schooner Rainbow throo
miles ofT llonoull, Molokal, iihout Ii
o'clock last Friday afternoon, July 2,
with flfly-flvo people on board from
The vessel was In charge of Knbu
nalnu, a native, who captained Olaf
Tollcfson's sloop, which was wrecked
nt llnlawu some tlmo ago. Tho peo
ple of llalawa tendered valuable as
sistance to Mr. Tollcfson at tho
tlmo, so before ho left for Honolulu
somo time ago to repair his now Ill
fated gasoline schooner, ho promised
that he would take them to tho Ka
unakakal Holiday school exhibition
lor nothing In recognition of their
valuable services. Mr. Tollcfson
kept his word, nnd when ho camo
back from Honolulu two weeks ngo,
ho went orer-to-Hnlnwn for tho ful
fillment of his promise. About fifty
five persons, old nnd young, boarded
the schooner last Friday. Mr. Tol
lcfson was nlso on board to supcrln
, tend personally to tho wants of his
numerous guests. Kvcrythlng went
well until tho vessel was about three
miles off Hnnoull. It wns then nbout
d o'clock and tho sun wns fast dis
appearing. Kvorybody was on declc.
Theio wns no freight in the hold ox
cept the wearing apparel of tho pas
sengers, who, one and all, had taken
their best in order to nppcar very
becoming at tho Ilolkc at Knunn
Kakal. yf, Tollcfson was on declc,
i.nil ho gnvo orders to set the main
sail. Tho natives, who understood
how to sail such crafts better than
he did, rcmonstrntcd with him, as
tho sail and mnst wcro too big for
so frail a craft, and besides the ves
sel was somowhat top heavy with all
the passengers on deck nnd no
fi right In tho hold.
Hut tho owner frowned nt tho very
idea of the sail being too big -Jor
such a craft, for while tho natives
may hirvo been descendants of early
voyagers who used to cross tho
equator, ho himself wns a descend
ant of more distinguished mariners
of tho North, nnd suggestions from
One of the new summer
styles made by
the famous New York
Complete line of sizes
and handsome fabrics at
The Kash Co.,
Cut. Fort and Hotel Sts,
tlils Bldo of the hemisphere seemed
The fifty souls on deck nlso rolled
to one side, nnd in an Instant tho
Halnbow was lying on her beam
'ends and everybody floating on tho
briny deep. Mont of the passengers
1 were school children, but they wcro
all children almost bred under wa
ter nnd Inured to hardships nnd
could outswlm a shark In his own
element.. Tho first party that swam
for tho shore consisted of seventeen
children, nnd they nil reached land
In safety. The wind was from tho
southwest and the current wns run
ning that way. Iloats and canoes
rnnio out to help the shipwrecked
mnrincrn nnd many wero rescued.
The ill-fated vessel floated until be
tween Mokuhooulkl (a little Island
off J. V. ltrown's ranch nt l'uuohn
ku) and the land, when she finally
Tho last of tho pnssengors reached
shore nbout 10 o'clock that night
about Boven miles from whero they
first capsized. Only ono person died,
Mllekn Knlknla, air elderly woman,
who refused aid until all her grand-.
children wore taken nshorc. ShoiWlll Btny throo or four weeks bcroiu
died whllo still clinging to tho resuming his voyngo. Dr. Kelly has
wrecked vessel from henrt disease,
nnd not from cxhnustlon. Her re
mains wcro tnken nshnro nnd burled
with nil tho honors duo n hcrnlno
who sucrlflccd her life for the safety I Whllo hero ho will pny n visit of lo
ot her moopunns. Tho vessel wns 8octlon to the lccr colony on Molo
valued at about $2,r,0u, tl.GOO of kal, starting Tuesday and remaining
which wns expended for tho gusnlino four or five days. Ho will go to the
engine, which was considered a Collegj of Tropical Medicines In Kng
beauty. It Is not known whether land from hero.
the vessel or anv part of her wns ' Dr. Kelly stated this afternoon that
Insured nt nil. Mr. Tollcfson mnrt- no attempts whatever have been made
gaped his Molokal property In order In Chilli to suppress leprosy nnd that
to buy the schooner to take pnlols to those afflicted with tho horrible ills-
tho Leper Settlement, ns ho Is tho ease go at largo at will. Ho boPovos
successful bidder for tho a In I con- that If llawnll's exnmplo wns followed
tract for tho Settlement. Ills nil- nnd tliu world combine In Isolating lop-
mcrous friends most heartily sym- ers, tho disease could. If not stampe!.
pathizo with him In his misfortune, out, bo very much lessened Inside of
but, being a man of action, he will n generation anil eventually wiped out.
find some wny or means of enabling i
him to ticcuro a vessel to carry out TANG HOME AGAIN.
PEKIN. Julv 8 Prine Rrmnf
card on ai at
the Bulletin office
corir io u-"
'TIS ONE ON
Forgot To Transfer
Tho Joko Ik on llio members of tlio
last legislative body, for It has been
discovered that in passing acts to
turn over to the County and City tho
collection of all licenses except li
quor ami foreign corporation, the
How It happened oven Treasurer
Colliding does ndt know, and Ilcgls
trar Hnpal cannot guess, except that
the Inw makers took a hop, skip nnd
jump and went clear over tho old
act that provides for the collection
of second-hand denlcra' licenses by
tho Territory. Tho Treasurer's de
partment Is therefore still In tho II
censo business, fpr, besides tho sec
ond-hnm! dealers, it nil) continue.
to collect browery, kerosene storage,
car lease tax, social club nnd foiclgn
corporation licenses. Tho first
named, however, Ib the only ono
overlooked accidentally by tho Legis
lature. LEPROSY MAY
After ten ears' absence, from nn
Engllsh-Bpouktng country. Dr. William
Kelly, returned on tho Mongolia, ami
been practicing medicine In China for
ten jenrs and watched tho awnkcnlng
of that country In mutters relating to
Chun today received in audience
Tanp; Shao Yi. tke Imperial Commis-
Divjiei wuu wns eciit iu mc uniica
States to convey the thanks of the
Chinese Rovernmcnt for the return
of the Boxer indemnitv.
ST. PAUL, Minn.. July 7. The
twenty-fourth international conven
tion of the Christian Endeavor So
ciety opened today.
ARE you nbout to make
a Will and appoint
Executors and Trus
tees, or to create
Trusts operative during your
The Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd., offers its services
to any and all who may bo
considering such action. Our
record is a guarantee of
ST. PETERSBURG, July 8. Tho
Japanese are strongly reinforciw .
their garrison of 22,000 men at
Mukden. They arc extending tho
fortifications from which it was sup-!
posed .they would withdraw aiter
Ithc consummation of peace, and
amunition and supplies are con-,
stantly arriving. The activities of I
Japan about Mukden arc regarded '
with grave suspicion by the Rus
TARIFF PASSED SENATE.
WASHINGTON. July 8. The
corporation tax feature was retained
today by the Senate when the vote
was taken on the final passaire of the
tariff bill. The bill now goes to the
House and Conference Committee.
EARTHQUAKE IN INDIA.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 8. An
earthquake is reported from Asiatic
Russia. No details of damage have
SIMLA .India, July 8. An earth
quake here today destroyed many
houses, but there wire no casualties.
MISSOURI FLOOD DAMAGE.
KANSAS CITY, July 8. Two
thousand people are homeless, six
persons are reported drowned and
a million and a half property loss
has been suffered from the great
floods in the bottom lands of Kansas
Superintendent Mnrston Campbell
of tho Public Works Department has
been hnvlng ronsldernbln trouble In
collecting wharfage from .Inpaneso
fishing boats, nnd has Just complet
ed arrangements with tho owners
nnd companies controlling Bitch
bonts to pay the assessments, there
by saving the department from em
ploying an extra collector to do tint
work. It also lessens the troublo nt
continually hunting up the fisher
men to collect the wharfage,
i:ilas C. Ilond, llcnjnmln D. llond
and Caroline llond, trustees of the
cstntu of the Into Kilns llond, trans
ferred to the Hawaiian Securities
Company this morning, for n consid
eration of fi. inn, Vi'l ncres In Aim
puna of llouopucu nnd Ohnnauln,
districts of North Kohala, Hawaii.
In the rase of Krank Archer
against S, Naka and J. Sakehura,
Judge Whitney. In a declsjnu ren
dered lnilaj, overruled a plea In liar
of defendants. The case Is ono
wherein ejeitinent proceedings wcro
brought against defendants to oust
I hem from property of which they
Alligator Pears ! !
We pack and ship the BEST, mak
ing you a price DELIVERED any
where on Pacific Coast.
HIL0NIAN, JULY 13. next boat.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King. Phone 15
AFTER the enter
thirst and the PALM
Hotel, nr. Union
NO MORE DELAYS.
We are now agents Youn? Hotel
Promptness and cood service
Telephone 301. '
Says He Is Son Of Well
Known Hllo Man;
"Come through," said Supervisor
Jim Qulnn In sepulchral tonm yes
terday, and thereupon exploded a
The fallacy was a young man of
pleasing countennnco decorated by
n small black mustache, a Hawaiian
In nil sooth, nnd slim, nnd nlso
claiming to be the son of John
Ills claim was unquestioned nt
tho Young Hotel, nt clothing stores,
nt Wuialua and nt various other
places, hut Supervisor Jim Is an ox
icrt In genealogy, heraldry and vari
ous other polite arts, and knew right
well that John Ilaker of Hawaii has
To date. Unknown, alias John
linker, Jr., has not enmu through,
nnd u quiet search Is being made
for him. He camo up on the Mnuna
Kca and is said to hnvo u borrowed
co.it. Not a whit abashed by this,
he took an elegant suite nt tho
Young nnd ordered dinner for fif
teen. Tho hotel people hastened to
One of the young man's guests at
the dinner was Sheriff Jarrett, who
wns very much surprised when ho
heard about It. Sheriff Jarrett was
not there In person, nccordlng to
Sheriff Jarrett, but Sheriff Jarrett
was there according to tho young
man, nnd n personal friend at that.
At 3 o'clock In tho morning the Un
known Young Man took hack rides and
was accompanied by lady friends and
yesterday ho ordered a largo dinner
for tcu at Walalua. Tho dinner was
served, but Jim Qulnn was to taku
him to Walalua In nn nuto. Jim Is n
personal acquaintance of John Ilaker
and had 'splcions of his linn. He took
the young ladles to tin if various homes
nnd the Young Mnu back to tho lintel.
The Young Mnu sprang g.McofuIly
nut and went Into thu hotel.
"Hey!" said Jim Qiiltui.
Tho Young Man condescendingly
"Come through," said Jim Qulnn.
"Seo jou tomorrow nt tho htnk,"
said tho Young Man.
j "How," said Jim ()ulnn.
I Thu Young Man hesitated. Jim
Qulnn leaned over the side of the auto.
"Say, Young Man," hu bald conll
dontlally, "You don't owo mo much
but you owo u lot of other people ii
whole lot. You'd better skip."
The Unknown Young Man can't In
found. Incidentally ho had suit cases
nnd clothes sent collect to his room at
tho hotel. Ho bad booze muchly ami
other things all of which is very good
for a young man with u borrowed coat.
Tho hotel people rtlll think that tliero
Is n chance of Mm being John Dnker,
Jr., out on a laik and do pot seem to
Curtis Iiiukcn, ono of John linker's
most Intimate friends, say a ho has
seen nothing of any of linker's sons.
When Qulnn pointed out Ham Parker
to tho Young Man, ho didn't know lilm.
Any sou of John Ilaker who doesn't
know Sain I'arker must bo a myth.
Perhaps some Hllo Young Man has
been rending tho pners nnd thinks
Ilakor Is a good immo to travel on, In
TROOPS CALLED OUT.
OLACF. BAY Jll1v R Trnnn. ar
rived here today to quell the strike.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 298
Bulletin Editorial Room Phonr 185
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
W. R. Castle, Back From Nippon,
Tells of Attitude of Jopanese
QovernmentOn Labor Troubles
Here- Money Still Is Beinjr Sent
"The Japancso government takes
little stock In the strike here nnd
looks upon the whole affair us the
work of agitators." said W. It. Cas
tlo to a II u 1 I c 1 1 n reporter this
inurnlng. "While on his recent tour
through Japan. Mr. Castle made n
careful study of conditions, mid par
ticularly made It a point to uncer
tain the temper of the people In re
gard to the labor troubles In which
their countrymen here In Hawaii are
"Tho Japanese papers are full of
tho strike." continued Mr. Cnstlc.
"Both nt Yokohama and Toklo I was
Interview by tho represcntutlvcH of
the leading papers, all anxious to
learn tho true state of affairs here.
, "It was a not U cable fart that
even thofo papers which advocated
higher WRgCB for thu Japinese labor
ing in tho caneflelds of Hawaii
thought that tho men should have
let well enough nlonc and not have
tried to forte tho planters' hands.
"I should say that in general tho
whole matter Is looked upon ns de
cidedly Injurious to tho best Inter
ests of Jnpan, and anything detri
NO PAY FOR CITY
EMPLOYES ON 15th
", hero w III bo no pny for City mid
Couuly employes on thu ISlli. Tbeie.
nay he no pay for City and County em
ployes on tho 1st. Otto Oss. who has j
Just completed his contract for erect j
Itm the bath and cook Iioiiko nt the'
County Jail, has received no pny. Just
when there will hu any money on band
seems to lu a doubtful question,
Tho appropriation bill is llio cause
of nil the plllkla, nnd Just when It will
hu gotten nut of tho way Is a question
that no ono can nnswoi.
Worn the Mnyor to get busy, approve
tho ordinance nn It now stands, nnd
I Bend It back to thu Supervlsois lis
morrow night, there would bo money
nvnllablo to pay salaries and other
bills before August I, Should ho see
fit to veto any of the Ileum, lu the
meanwhile taking udvanlago of his
legal light to hold tho matter up tor
ten days from tho time of Its (ecelpt.
there would ho. no money until well
.along in August.
from the tlmo that the npproprla
tlon bill innken Its first appearance at
a meeting of the Hoard of Supervisors,
'until It Dually becomes the law or the
City nnd County, thu charier nlns
thirty days to elapse It wns on thu
I'Mli of last month thai Hie iiidiinuce
was Introduced. M
Surpassing quality and inimitable
fctylcs. One pair sells another. The
new University last has just arrived.
We have them in patent kid and
vici kid oxfords.
SHOE CO., LTD.
mental to Japan's trade Ii viewed
with much disapproval. ...
"The Japanese seemed much liu-,
pressed with the evident falsity ot' ,
the claims of the ugltulnrs, partial--;
lilt ly lift they a Mined mo that even
now, with the strike on, Japanese la
borers in Hawaii nre sending largo i
sums of money home right along. ,!
"Any talk of llnaiicl.il assistance
from Jnpnn. for the strikers here, I "s
do not tlifnk worthy of serious con-
stderntiou. Jnpan is haul up. Tho v
Chinese boycott has hurt her lin- J
"As to the cost of living In .f.lpali,
of course It Is somewhat less thali
here, but not enough less to make,
up for the enormous difference In
the wages paid. ,-
"l'roni live to fifteen yen n mouth .,'
la the usual pay for unskilled labor '
j In Japan Tills means from SJ.fin to
i. tin. i n.ii men .MiiMiMi nvn Hiriiuii '
when the) wero reiclvlng u mini
mum of thlrty-slx jen, as here.'1'
j seems to strike the Japanese ng pre- ,
ponicrous i nongn bkiiicu meiiiaii-,
les now are getting much more than
(Continued on Page 4) .
The ihnricr requires Hi it. after tho
lutmdiirllon of the upproprlatbiu bill,
It shall In- published for live e itmocu
live d"s Then thu bill con- s up for
t til I ! leading nml, should It miss gics
to tho Mavor.
His Honor hns ten dnj to consider
llio matte), at the end of which tltiiu
lie may approve It. reject It In totonr
veto one or mnru Items.
Should thu Mayor veto the ordi
nance, the Suicrvlsors c annul touch It
for live diys. If they then sustain thu
.Mayor's veto, or If they override It, tho
hill must still be published for ten con
As the matter now stands, there Is
considerable doubt reg-irdlug the May
or's pioliible action. Though hu him
self is keeping very quiet, and bus giv
en mil no inkling of his Intention to
the public, it is known that hu Is In
something of a quandary as to thu
course of procedure which he shall
follow. Should hu see lit to veto nuy
of (he Items, It will mean a hid delay
In tho paying out of other Items. Ho
is very doubtful nbuut some of thu
The Supervisors, In mucus with thu
Mayor drafted an nppioprlatloii bill.
When the ordinance was Intioduced lu
(Continued on Pace 4)
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