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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., TIIUnSDAY, IULY S, 1909.
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Wnllnco K. Farrlngton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
nnl ! tentorial Kooms. - loo
' H 1
If n man te a pillar in the tcm-j
pic of his God, by and by. he must!
be some kind of a prop in Uoils
house today Bibcock.
Win it miii liaw made mir mime)
Ikm linest it lino Dun I nsplru to
lie n Ciilontlil ubsollloo liimlluiil
Perhaps I.ciirln Andrews uluil 1
Snli Iriinrlseei In secure :i ilium In. I
rccomniciudathm from Cousin Ueiib).
Iliother Alw I.oulesnn will come
home (in IiIk colTee shield, tint that's
mi sign tlutt lie will gle up the light
lor n eiilfcc tariff.
If the (Imoinor negotiates Ui the
nllcnntloii nf public l.niil In terms the
px-ople cannot understand, whir (Iih
use of negotiations?
lyuvjcm niipcareil before Ptcbl
ik'iit 'I aft t(i dWciis What In Will
I y ' Who could ho luttei nieiusilnt
id with the question?
Hawaii s stand should ulwnis hoj
for Territorial Independence Wh
Mhnuld we naplro to ho a tnll to the
Colonial possession Kite''
Mnn.iger Mines may piocccd as
rapidly with the construction of (he
1'etirl llarhoi dock us the law allow h
That s all Honolulu bus to sa).
Thin Kiinimer l declde'dli different
from ull tl at luxe gono bee i Out
Koine passengc r nccon.it.odntloiin
lllletl was the oM story. Now wo hale
them both wnjn
rThore'a alwa)s lots of action In
holding down the Presidency of n
South AmirlL.ui Itepnblic To rcniuln
nt homo Is to luite assasslnatlm an 1
to go IkUIiik ginrnntcos a re'.i lutiuti
Honolulu ehould hesitate to push
an opinion on Auditor Fisher's an
Iheirit) iih purchasing ngent until
they hoar from the source of all
modern lcglslitlciu Kauai, of
Iiwjerg of Spokane flgiitln,! oei
"What Ik a cigarette? ' sctiu to line
forgotten the time-honored ilflnltlo.i
u few dried leaies rolled together a
little flro nt ono end, a. HUlj fool at
Picslelcnt Plllnt did not Include!
tho lllblo In the olunies for a He
Jnot book shelf beiauso he wanted
to iconnnilic space How Intensely
human to leno tho lllblo out of a
Posslbl) tliej aio lining no inv
iicuvuis In the l'acltlc for fear It will
ho misinterpreted whllu a treat) in
being dinwii. So wluit's the sonso of
tliu .InimuoFo kioplni; up a labor tow
in tho Territory of I law all.
s. If u jounK man came down to llo
notulu to hco tho town with lo s of joy
and no oxpense, ho ma) lmi' been In
uplred b) the oiso with w Jilt h the
malnlatider haa dono It nnd iU 'i. mined
on KittlUK a ulinro to mHerlUo Hllo
With the Aniihohi landing practical
ly out of commission, what supcilo"
iiiUautiiges are offcicd tho pu.eliuset J
of lots nu the Anahola Hats? 'linns
portatlon fncilllles Is one of tliu first
icqulbltos of success for tho liomu
Mc.idui. Whothor thcro shall be a Jail at
tachment to tho penalt) foi falho iu-
tiiius la what's ' iiislug nil tho trouble
oioi Mr Tail's eoipoiatlon tax plan
Wilhout Iho Jill, corporation men up
H'm to bo willing Hint most aii)thlug
I'lesldont Tart first offered the In
heiltiuico lax Hint 'vtns adopted li) th3
Hoiiso hut refused b) tho Senate Ho ( tlmt would enublu them lo run In
then put lorwnid Iho eoipoiatlon tn Liiough labouis fiom bomo bectlon
mid income tax iiiuindment in a of tho Orient lo pievent tlio Amcrl
monns of getting a tax on Intoiesti canlzlng phns foi Hawaii "fiom elo
throiigh the Senate. Now Ihe bill will' lug nil) hiirm "
go lo Conference and wo sh-ill mL'I Ihls, we mo satlilled, Is farthest
wliethcr the Piesldeiit lias been lod I from the thought of President Taft,
up daik alley to bu crushed between ! shouUl ho plan to Ineludo this 'Ferri
tin) Houso und thu Senate for the Ij'u
flit of hltjli tirlll und thu Inkasts,
rt Sl Montn. s iKn
1'cr rr, an)uhere In Us, I.oo
I'm Ytir aiifthrrelii Cuiuda , I.Ao
I'crVeir nt.ikt foreign 3.oo
Entered it the Pmloffire At Honolulu
t ftttrom.-tlaM mitten
.JULY 8. 1909.
JAPAN AND THE STRIKE
An honest Htatomunt of facts
would unduubtedl) show that notli-
liiK (ould be more Inopportune for
the .lnp:ineie In their diplomatic re
IntloiiH with the L'nltcd StnteH than
the trouble Kllrred up bj Japanese'
I evident In tills Terrlturj throiiRh
the strike of 1 ihoiers.
The one ie'imily la for the people
lnolved to Kit down to worh and
pioieid iindui' toudllloiis of Indus
I'ew of our own iltlzcus and
perhaps an eiuall small nuiuber of
lenldent lap.iliesc lealbed that u
treit la IhIiik neKotlntcd b) tho
diplomats of America and Japan, or
If our Japanese fi lends did know
what wan going on die) uncle rest 1-
m ited the power of a strike us a
tiouhlv maker. All) Intelligent man
must Know that the million dollars
tirldltlonal that might be sent to
Japan through Inn ease of plan
lutloii labor wages Is of no conse
quence whcti a treat) Is at stake In
Milvlug billions of future trade In
the del eloping areas of the Orient.
It Is also well understood that only
when mutual sentiments of good will
nnd conlltli nee prewill ns to tho
Intentions of the people of the two
trading parties, ma) the condt-
j s for treat) making bo said to bo
thoroughly sntlsfat tor).
The far-reach I nc plan of tho
s like leaders has moused more or
leas suspicion on the pirt of Ameri
cans that, to say tho least, cannot
he benefit Inl to the Interests of tho
Jnp.imse goi eminent, i'or tills rea
son alone there Is not nnd timer has
been the slightest good excuso for
tho strlko on this Island becoming
n lntcinntlon.il nffiili. Neither
Washington nor Toklo wont It to be
come International. Kach wants In
ternational quiet Since tho Japan
ese halo been tho aggressors In tills
Instance, Toklo more than Washing
ton prefers that the foreign otllco
shall not be disunited by differences
between the lnhniei nnd his employ
er, puitlculnrl) when the Inhorei Is
mnklng all the tin cats ami aiming'
lo do whuloci damage nut) be done
The II u l I e t I n is satlHtled that
the Inllucnie of the Japanese go
eminent Is fin ludiistiliil peice In
these Islands It ma), tliumgli some
of Its unolliclal agents, tme been In
dllfeiont to tho original luoiciucnt
that might Increase, tho surplus of
moiic) sent to Japan, hut it cannot
faor a struggle marked b) llagrnut
lolntloii of Ihe laws of this lind
I'ioiu the Japanese standpoint tho
continuation of tho Btrll.e Is an ex
pusslon of the extent In which the
Japanese laboring men arc willing
to make the selllsh Interests of u
few self-nppolnte l lenders para
mount to tho wclfaic of their coun
try as a whole, to s.i) nothing of that
In which the) live.
HAWAII AS A COLONY.
The thought Unit tho Teirltory of
Hawaii would loom up In a Colonial
department whereas It Is now nt the
beck and cnll of the Interior Depart
ment can hardly bo Uewod with but
pilse, lonilng fiom tho supportcis
of "goi eminent by commission"
nor with alarm.
The Colonial scheme naturally ap
peals lo persons In the Territory
who for selfish lensoii or a natural
tendency lo monarclilal Ideals of
government, belleio in tho mainte
nance of tho goi eminent of Hawaii
as n sort of Vice Hegalty piovlded
they namo their puppet ns Vlccioy,
Thu Vice Itcgnlt) pioiulls bomowlint
todn), and It would bo moio so under
tho Colonial scheme. Then, too, It
Is lewed with fuor by certain of
our citizens who tiro confident that
If this 'lerrltor) could only gnln u
Colonial position, it would bo possi
ble to sccuio Immlgintlnn exceptions
tor) In a eolnnlil bibcmc Hut that
U tho basis of tliu support his pio-l
Do You Want a
Just $1,400 00 will make you the
owner of a phce worth a number of
hundred dollars more than the price
above quoted. It's about four years
old is well built and cost far more
than is being asked for it. It is
modern, with modern conveniences,
electric lights, artesian, city water
and good morcdn plumbing a mod
ern both- toilet, etc. Eight minutes'
walk to the car and about twenty
minutes' walk down town.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Ject would gnln from a mlnorll) In'
It would ho most unfortunate for
Hawaii If It weio now switched ocr
to )it another new sltuitlou Lin
coln's mil Ice on swapping horses In
the middle, of the stu.im would lip
pi) with much force
llnwall must he either Ameilenn
in Asiatic, built up h) u permanent
population or exploited l capital
that makes what it can thtougli the
use of n tiiinslent mid sen lie labor.
I I.... .1... n ...I.I .l.n
lil.tMUK me nilljiliis iiuiBiuo iiiui
Territory, and after i wiping n sulll-
clontl) large sum, get out
Working Its wii) foiward under
ttie American plan with Statehood!
for nil Ideal, Hawaii can gain tho
host results ny remaining wueio u
Is In the depiitmiiitnl scheme. To
seek a place In n Colonial depart
ment for the good wo cuii do and
the general uplift gained from an
alleged post of leadership among
the possessions" Is n good deal like
Klsle Slgel going Into the slums to
mlsc the st.iudiiiiU of life of Hired
or four Chinese, en the sill) creature
who mairles a man to inform him.
Thlrt) four hundred mid lift) iloll.ns
n ear toward the mnliitalnnnco of tho
olcano obsermlory on Kllanea ha
alreadv been subscribed. This leaits
but $135D a )enr to be proildcd foi
When this nionc) Is nssuied, thu Mas
sachusctts Institute of Tcehnolog)
will furnish the monc) reciulted to
erect and equip the stiiicture, and will
also supply a corps of scientists lo
make tho observations.
A bargain on Aloha Lane, near
Young street. Modern cottage of
two sleeping rooms, living room,
kitchtn and bath. Price ?2,100.
A three-bedroom cottage with lot
60x200 on Lunalilo street. Price
Young Street 50.00
Wilder Avenue 45.00
Prospect Street . . . t 40.00
Magazine Street $27.50
Matlock Avenue ....... 30 00
j vmm "
lunalilo StrTeF . ! ." " ! ! ! W1 '" ,,'.,,."," '"t " "r8t cU
xiToibii.: ta on nn
Wilder Avenue 15.00
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
REMEMBER THOSE AT SEA !
iPy v'ic?t"'l'? . on
the horse is
stolen is a
poor time to lock the
If you have jewelry
papers, CtC., KCCp tlicm
I c I
111 a Sate ClCpOSlt OOX tO
i i it
Which yOll, Ollly, liaVC
We rent boxes
$4 a year.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Will Inspect Outlook For
Work On Dry
Accoidlng to a statement miido laist
night b) S, (1 Hinds, president of th
San Pianclsco llrhlgo Compui), who
nriUcil on the HUonlnu, It Is not jet
known whether tliu exaltations for the
Pot 1 1 Harbor ill) elockn will bo mado
fiom tho dhoiei b) dredgiTH or exeaiul
id fiuui the hind side.
Mr. Hinds' company wns nwiiidcd
tho contmct bj thu Pcelerul (Ionciii
meiit und ho Is now In Honolulu for
purposes of looking oer tho gre it
woik that lies alio id. JIo brought no
material with him hut will look over
whit is hero and flume on what n iw
appiratus will hiuo to bo biouglit oui.
Mr Hinds Is now stopping at the Mo
It Is probable that Iho Hnwalhn
Dicilglug Company will conic u foi a
shnro of tho contiact.
Manager .1, It, Coney of tho Coney
'Ciiuago Compaii) came lo town todn)
on business comiicted with his now
enteiprlse Ho lece'ieel two new
auto tiuekH by the lllloulnn, onu of
which lie will take hack with hluu tliu
other to follow d.itm. Cdiiu)'s mitxiino
bile scliemn Is tnMtiK r with thu
public nnd lie will soon have ids ma.
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TWO DIVORCES GRANTED
Two dliorcos were grailtc 1 b)
Judge Kobiiisou this moinlng. Ah
Ah .Sill alleges her liusbind dciertol
her In January 1004. The) weio mu
lied Apill IS'IS. at Komi, and the has
hand Is supposed lo bo still time.
I.tiiti See, a comely little Chlneso
womnii, nsked legal scluiatlon from
Ah Keial The couple wero married
Juno 4, lSSS, and liniu two children.
Tho -wire charges desertion In Ma)
1P0", and asked for a cliioico nnd the
youngest child. In both cises iIccillb
NO PAY FOR EMPLOYES.
(Continued Next Saturday)
the council chamber, It contained scl
eral Items which hud been liiLcrtcd
uftir tho caucus. Not all of these
Items meet with Pern's npproial s.i)s
Wne It not for the question i time,
It Is pull) uiithorltatliely stated that
tliu Mil) or would cto nt least two of
theso Items Though the Hoard would
piohibl) piss them oier the lelo ul
tlmiteli, there would be thu delay
which, In this else, would bo a seilouu
On tliu other hand. Pent does not
like to go on iLCord ni approilug cer
tain '.Kins which he does not think
should be allowed lids Is his pres
ent poillli'ii, and tlicie Is cieiy prob
nblllt) that ho will nut feel like ren
derlng tin answer until the full ten
ehi.is, allowed him b) law, halo ex
plied. There Is a well de lined rumor cur
rent that tliu Ma) or, realizing thai tho
bill as It now stands will niltlmntcl)
become a law, o.o or no eto, mnj np-
prme tho wholo ordinance, noting hlA
protests on tho document lunch In tho
mnniier that ho did with other papers
earlier In tliu year.
Hut no matter what thu outcomo of
tho plllkla may be, City and Conn
employes must make up their minds
to do without any pa on tho lutli.
NO SYMPATHY FOR STRIKERS
Continued from Pace 1)
formerly , It Is only tho cry best
that get more than ono yen CO
rents a eluy. Iho majority get
consldeinbly undei that.
'Klcc In Japan Is now so high
that the common laborers seldom can
afford It. They Ilic mostly on wheat
and tliu like."
Mr, Castlo says that tho new pres
ident of the Welcome Society, an or
ganization along the Jlnes of the
Promotion Committee, is miking ci
ery cffoit to attrnct tourists to Ja
pan, lie has mado the btntement
Hint, in order to get tourists, Jap
nn cue meichnnts, hotel men nnd hi
forth, must get out of the hnblt of
nlioldlng people up with exlioibltnnt
air. Castle sajs that tho lsit of
the special commissioners of Cham
hcitt of Commerce to Japan Inst
)cni was producttie of excellent 10-
sults mid that the Japanese aro look
ing forward to Iho let urn lslt
which tho chic oignnlzntinns will
uiuko this )cni.
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es' $2:50 upwards.
Ii. F. Wichman & Co.
UNCLE OE0ROE BROMLEY.
At the Grave of Tavcnicr This Shaft Was Elected by the Bohemian
Club in Nuuanu Cemetery, Mr. Btomlcy Having Been Sent to This
City as the Representative of the Club.
"Undo" Ueorgo IlicjinlC) tiled In San Pianclsco .lime 3D nt the age of
02. "Uncle" (Koigu his been emu of the lc tiling figures of Sail Prancliuo
for )cnrs, and wns well known to a g i cut many people of Hawaii. Ho ls
Ited this city some leain ago us til e represontntlie of tho llohenil in club
that erected a monument to the artist Tuveiiler. He was u near re lathe
of tho uged father of W. II. lliiinilc), who e'.led at his son's home In this
city sonic inoiitliu ago
OPERA HOUSE, gS&
Dr. Thos. E. Green
Will tkliicr an address on
' THE G0SJEL OF DISCONTENT A PROTEST."
Sects on snle at Bergstiom Music Co. Prices 75c and $1.00
Tho riot tilal pioeeeded this moin
lng with Mlauchl on the ktiiud. On ell
rect cAuinlnutlou by Atioiney Light
toot, ho sdd Unit on tho uienhis of
Juno S ho henid u pistol bhot, and
went out to ice what was thu mattei
Ho saw Seoilllo with a pistol In his
hand wnilnif It, and thought ho Intoud
tel to shoot Into Iho crowd Ho said
ho told him thu crowd w.ib not afiiild,
and then rsked him to como Into tho
ofllco of tho lllghn Wngo Association,
and talk matters oier.
"Scoilllu, A'llls and tho SplllnciB
testified that joti Mint up to Seotlllc
tliiow hack jour coat and tuld 'Shoot'
Shoot" Did joii do that?' nsked
Through tho lutcipietoi Ml mclil do
nled doing mi) such thing lie said ho
had on no coat that evening and could
not talk much Puglish Ho did not it
menibci of haling heaid tho word "Til
tako" used In thu ciowd, as stated on
tho witness btiiud b) Scoilllu and oili
It deu loped In Ids testimony that
Mlauchl went to work on tho Walpahii
plantation about tho middle of Apill,
and May IS was named as tieasiini of
tho Walpahii blanch of tho Higher
Wagu Association lie denied thai
thcie wus inn i lot bald tho eiowd was
not pushed oi iiiiMjhtl when Jotaio
Mlkaua was amsUd Tho altitude
of tho witness was deliberate! and sul
len, Ho iinsweueil quickly und 111
short, utii'i tone ii When Kinney look
him on ciossexnnilnitloii ho wns moio
reticent than elel.
At noon Mlaiiehl was tdlll on Ihe
hlainl undei u length) iiosbcxnniln i
lion In wlilc Ii ho told of his going
Ironi the pli.eapplu plantation tn v.or.i
at Walpahu, of Ids woik thero ami as
buchitliiu with tho men of his appoint
menl as lieiismer of Iho hiauih oir m
Izatlou of tho Higher Wago Assueia
tlou. and then beg m n stead) clenl il
of must of the testlmoii) uliu b) wit-.
May No Conger Saddle
In Peace At
Tho formality of Inspection nnd
nwiud by Washington oillelals Is now
ull tint st 'lids between tho beginning
and completion of thu tilling in of tliu
WnlMkl duck ponds for mllltai) pur
poses. Thu bids foi tho woik who opened
jestinhi) by Major Wlnslow and tho
Hawaii in Dicdglng Co, was found to
bo thu lowest bidder b) a wido margin.
'1 licit hid wns SS'i cents u jaiil, whllei
thu bid of Iho company headed h) Mr.
Mnigaii, tliu lie l lowest, was M cents,
'Iho Hawaiian Diedgliu Conipiii)
also ngieed to 1111 In lho(ponds nt tho
into of 40,000 )nrds per month out ot
thu 11 doo ) arils In ull to hu filled.
Ming ill's compuii) offeied to fill In but
7500 , -nils a month
""" 'Iho company Is Intending to tnko
tho ilinkei Penil, If iiossllde, lluoiigli
thu iiaiiow eh mm I opposltu tho Hi own
phicu and mo It to di edge mateilal
out of the coral Imldo tho lief, with
which Iho filling will be made.
nanlelTjoitwell, :5 years of age,
u 'bi'ikei'ii chile, has been elected
pii'sldeut of the Ilaiiu lnllrond nt
lloston, being too )nimi,c3t liead of a
riilnii) lu tho woi hi
k ji , it u X )t it ii ic x a & )i a tc
nesses of the pinseeiitlcm of tho riot
on tho iculn' of luno &, In fact his
tcmtimnii) was nt ailanee witliir
Ii all thu Ftatcmenls made h) t?rinjjle.
Wills, Hplllneis and High Shei siTen
r). '1 licit. Is little iliiiucc at thu slow
i.eicf em iciu is piot-i euiiig, oi ino.ue- g.
fenso llulslilng bj Siitnida) imlci j?'
things lal.o a de elded turn or less .il.
in Sbos ,uo put cm tho btJiul than l.li,ht-
fool anticipated. Denning, iho Jni.iiii
eao Intel pietoi wan In couit, but illd
not I01I..1U1 Chettei I)0)lo watihid
tho pniceedlngs c losel) on bchall of
tho'picisceutlou, whllu Neoio did Iho
sauio for tho defense. 'Hum fin the
woik of liilcipiuting lins piotieded Iaft
xi'- nu. i-'yiiBeJat . . f
M.i ?. hnUS.