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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
) Tel. S
The blessedness of life depends
more upon its interests than upon
its comforts. George "Macdonald.
Some ot tlie things llllo will now
say of tlio Honolulu ciowd in.i nut
be printable. If nuicli inm Is added
, the boys will remain at home am!
watch llllo grow fiom a afe ills
tance. If resident within thin Tenllory
will not abide by the law they must
feel the force of the law. There
can't be two systems of government
in llawnll, one for citizens nml an
other for the Japanese.
It Is nil Khty good news for every
man, woman and rhlld Interested In
Migar that the mis. a tin 1 IT schedule
was not tampeieil with In the Sen
ate. Onlv the l'i cedent's eto can
prevent the , fnornbIc schedule
of the Pa mi .ill becoming the law,
anil the President will not veto this
Item. The stability of our Industry
as regards the tariff Is established, and i
the tariff Is all Important to the life,
of the sugar Industry In these Is-,
lands. Let ever) one In this Terrl
tory gle thanks
Testimony of the witnesses fur the
defense in the Walpahu riot cases
have brought In some very Interest
ing side lights on the men upon
whose shoulders has obviously tested
the responsibility for bringing about
a state of Industrial unrest on this
island. From nil accounts the same
Is true of whatever unrest theie may
be elsewhere among the Japanese
ot the sugar plantations.
Of the three men on the stand In
their own defense thus far In the
W'ulp.ihu riot tilals, all are recent
employes of the plantation on whose
manager a demand was made for
nils Incident, taken In connec
tion with the pei feet organization
of the stilkcrs, the military piecls
lon with which they hac obejed the
orders of their leaders nt times, the
elm ratter of the men presenting the
demands on Hawaii all point to the
minute detail with which an organi
zation was set up within this Terri
tory, to set at naught the laws of the
land if necessary, hut command the
chief industry of the Islands at all
hazards. Men lime gone Into the
labor camps to work nominally for
the plantation, but In fuct for the
Any man who feels that the offi
cers of the Territory or the mating-1
era of the plantations have dealt tool
harshly with the demands of the
biui.ers as representeu in tne llicni
Wage Association movement must!
have fulled to appreciate the mean-1
inn of the niojcct to erect uracil-1
cally an Imlcpenilent government
within tills Tcrrltmy whoso only law
Is the tenets of the Hlsh Wiikq Asso
ciation and whose orders aro taken
from a cotetlo ot Agitation leaders.
ConBressinnn Humphrey has In
troduced nn American merchant ma
rina bill that looks very piomlsliiK
from tho outllno filvcn In the maln.,iuo i,er0 f,om tle oilent, on the
Humphrey's bill does not disturb
the present coastwise situation ma
terially, althouKh ir his bill Is
adopted It will give Hawaii "re
lief," but not In thu form foreign
flipping Interests have called for.
The vital featuie of the hill Is Its'
piovlslon that allows a foreign-built
fclilp of 11101 e than 5,000 tons to ho
placed under tho American Hub If
tho ownership Is all American; such
ships are not allowed In tho coast
wise trade of the country except ns
regards Hawaii and tho Philippines.
This means that a number of
tho trod 6 between those Islands and
the mainland, but not lu the trndo
fiom Scattlo to San rranciscu or
Honolulu to HIIo. Tho puicluibo of
the foreign-built ship would not In
tel fete with the business 0111 Ameri
can shipyards now seem a fiom tho
American capitalists could purchaso ninmiglng his pioperty by a jury In tho
II forolgn-bullt Ship Illld Hilt her Inlnrnh.iln rami voulenlnv A tuml nml
ttilrrr.. Hi the lotoffirr at Ifotiolulu
s fimi) ca4 nmitcr.
.JULY 9, 1003.
-ti'.ii Im lease of business on the
nralnlan.l coasts or the Client I .ike
The lefoiniatlon wruiuht hi 111'
iniMsure is in the itipilrciucnt Hint tin
imneishlp of the pun hnsed ship
shall be eelusloly American.
One great fault of our present
shipping law Is that nn Amcilcall
ship, drawing down all the benefits
of American piotectlon. may be
owned by foielgneis The capital,
for Instance, In the Aniei lean-Hawaiian
steamship line Ih largely for
eign, though the ships are built In
American ship .Minis and are under
the protection of the American flag.
O.n laws furnish the oppoitunlty
for the fniclgu (apilallst to gain all
the benetlts ot piotectlon Intended
for Americans, while bearing none
ot the responsibilities of citizenship
and at the same time remaining
free to assist In the maintenance of
a foielgn ship lobby to head off leg
islation for the development of the
Ameilcnn merchant marine.
Our ships should be all-Amcilcan
In ownership. Then we shall secure
ample recognition of the transporta
tion needs of American communities.
The man who sneers "government
by Injunction" puts himself on the
i.lde of government by Thugs. There
me only two sides to the Issue pre
sented to the citizens ot Hawaii.
l-orrin, the great official Bacrlflco,
will not lack for enthusiastic promo
tion while L'nclo remains In thu line
to do land business with the ail
Acting en a mesmige reei'lied fi citu
Cleorge McC'lelluil, sieielniv 10 ue
gate Kuhlo, Governor i'lear ihls mm 11
Ing cabled Chaliman l'a: ne of Hit
Hoiibo Committee 011 Vn)s and
Means Insisting 011 thu House provi
sion on ci'imed pineapples. The tnrlft
on fictli pineapples In hulk Is now $S
per thousand. The Senate leluccd the
tutu on canned pines.
VII 11.1 I , II III II. It III II.
in nil TrMVfl 111 Fill
IN l I T f 1 1 IVlAilll
IU Oil 1 Lill I U lllrllllJ
E E. and M. P. To China
On Way To St.
Hon. W. W. Itocklilll, United States
Minister to China, Is leturuluK to the
United States vlu Honolulu. Ho Is
steamship Teu,vo Maru, which is ex
pected In next Sunday or Monday.
Mlulbter Itocklilll, who Is well known
In diplomatic circles, and who is con
sidered one of thu ablest diplomats In
Until) Samuel's service, has been
transfer! eil to St. Petersburg as 'Am
b.issiilor. During his short stay lu Honolulu
ho will piobuTjIy be tho guest of dm
Gambler Incapable, Says Jury. Chi
cago, June 20. Harry A. I'erry, 0110 of
the mobt widely known gamblers lu tho
country, wus found to bo Inclinable of I
savings hunk wa.i appointed couseiv
ator of his estate, which It valued nt
1S5 editorial rooms UfJO busi
ness office, These are the telephone
numbers uf the Bulletin olflee.
Do You Want a
Just $1,400.00 will make you the
owner of a place worth a number of
hundred dollars more than the price
fibove quoted. It's about four years
eld- is well built find cost far more
than is being nsked for it. It is
modern, with modem conveniences,
electric lights, artesian, city water
and good moredn plumbing a mod
ern both- toilet, etc. Eight minutes'
walk to the car and about twenty
minutes' walk down town.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
THE DAILY STORY.
They stood on a down-town cor
ner, their nrms twined affectionately
mound each other's shouldets, while
they continued to argue, amiably but
(Irmly. The subject of their dlscus-
fclon was evidently one of the grav
"I've got It," the unstendler of the
two cried suddenly, looking tri
umphantly at tho other. "I tan't be
Tomllnson. Donah 'member that
man usliked me how Mrs. Johnson
Ills friend was itnciitnlnooil. "That
donsh mean anything. Donsh he
know we llvo next door each other?
'Sides, I know that man who slapped
me on the back called nie Johnson;"
and then they gazed bewlldeied Into
each other's eyes.
"We'll have to ashk somebody,"
suggested one finally.
"All rl": only donsh nshk rude,
ord'd'ry people", wait until a zhen
tlemar. conios along and slice whut
ho has to shay."
So they pi oped themselves fiimly
against n lump post and walled.
I'resently a fairly wU dressed
mint appioached, mid one of ,1110111
detained lilm with an itiKcitnlii
niinil on his tout Hlcotu.
"Shay, ol' man." be said, "m'
Irlen' nn' I wunsh ou to shell le n
little dlshpute for ush. One of uih
T NW"WV '
A bargain on Aloha Lane, near
Young street. Modern cottage of
r i .cry-Saw-
two sleepinK rooms, livinff room, .,,,,, ,,,, ,,,) hml cl,nmmu'il a lurm
kitclun and bath. Price $2,100. Iimom r iiijuur. This nminliiH Hum
$250 cash. illlne Suuv eould not bo moused, and
A threc-bedroom cottage with lot
G0x200 on lunahlo street, Price
Young Street 50.00
Wilder Avenue 45.00
Prospect Street 40.00
Magazine Street $27.50
Matlock Avenue 30.00
Lunalilo Street 40.00
Vaik'ki Ed 20.00
Wilder Avenue 15.00
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
Send a Message to Your
the horse is
stolen is a
to lock the
If you have jewelry
not in use, valuable
papers, cte., keep them
in a safe deposit box to
which you, only, have
We rent boxes for
$4 a year.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Is Johnson and one of ush Is Tom
llnson. but. In Mime mosh un'count
able wu, we've foigotten whlsh Is
whlsli. Von shee. lie thinks he's
me and I think I'm him. Now,
wbiish )ou think 'bout It?"
Tim new-ionier lookid at them
Ifinwi) for nunoment, and then said
"Whiihli the names of the other
two .heiitlenien with )ou?" I'.v.
SUDDEN DEATH .
I Tlii' p.-, I v iKOti was hil iililtuieil
In l)r Miiekall Ihls mor.i'iu to the
Hi lib nee ol a Koieail 11:11111 d limn
HIid; Sun,' nt Walpltila, who m
I'uind by iie doclor to be lu u sliite ol
cnllapM.' 'Ike man was tukeii lo tlu
Ujueeii's Hoi-pltal and died shortly nf
1 ter his nnlv.il theio.
,. ,.. rum nm iieeenseii nmi n
fuw fl ,.n,lH r , hllll ,W haUg1K
"Dr. Muck.ill was sent for.
1l, , x.uiiluo.i the man and at one
,.,i0,.(,, i,is ....n.nvai to the hosnitai
jwheio the Koieau died iilioul ti o'clock
The flrsl $100,000 hna been deposit
eil lor tho count ruction of thu Hakuhiu
eMonshm ol tho llllo inllvvuy. Woilt
will begin as soon as tho construction
gang of the Dull 11 railway llitlshcx the
extension ol the Wahlavv.i line lo Hale-
Mr. lllnes or the Sail e'liinclsco
Ilildge Company will go to llllo next
week to hok over tho situation. It Is
I cinlto losdblc Hint his comp'iny will
I take the contract for mine of the
jhililgcH to hp.in Hie greal gulches.
' I I ! !!! S
Ask for our new
Made of cross-dimity" white, but
toned down entire front, trimmed in
Iri:i and Val lace and insertion.
Putch rollar and caffs to match, 3-4
fircw, sk rt tnmr.sd wilh bias
Sis'.s 34 to 40.
HOURS: 6 a.m.,
to 11:30 p. m.
TO SELL L
Application Of New
Lav Dlscused At
(iovnnor I'li'iu ,esterdav afternoon
uimnioued Altorue) (Jenei'il Henna
way and Superintendent of 1'ub
He Works MnrKtnu Campbell to
confer with him on tlie appli
cation of the new liw lel.itlir-; to the
sale and exchange of public kinds.
Actoidlng to Act 55 passed b) tin
last legislature, the Uocinur Is em
powered when private property Is te
ipilted for public pmpoM's for tilth
theio Is no spiclnl luovlslon lor 11
aciiuisltlon, to sell public land t.1 mic
lion, and devote the proceeds of thi
salu to tlie iinchase of piliate ptop
erty. This law Is broidei thin the
former In that It penults the soiling
or public laiiilH while the 01 h, r niilv
itliinc.il cxchnii.fi 1. which 11 htm ilm
was fiiiiud to be a hanlsliip
Cou'inot l'tear stuteil nil -i iln eon
feiente that the laud th it tin iimi a
mint iiiiMil dispone or could 1. mi
11J1I) be expected to pioduce a --n
ol about W'.v.ih. He fu.'iiiM to 111" H
110I11I11 II11 o lnl (tiireiuor hreir Ri.iu 1
Hint theie was iiiusldeiable doubt a-
lo whether It would he best in s. II ilu
luopefty ot hold it. He stated th .1
posslbl) $25.UOI) could be leallzed 11 cin,
Its bide aii'l 111 adilitiim a hmldini; ''
Allctlull llllgbl he lliipti'ed v.hlit
would ic.iult In the election 01' a de
t-lrublc buslneua ulocK upon the silt
In addition to the e'lln prlie of tliH
pioperty, Coiernor I'lejr Bt.it'il ihtit
die goitinmenl would Seeuie nnotlier
nstct bee one of the taxes that vtuiihl
be colliellbh' Uou Impioiel piopoit)
111 that iio'tlon of Ibo city.
"We aru making up a list of the I mil
that can be c bunged and Mild." said
(!oeinor Kiear, "111111 the two qui'
linns lo which we me rilvlii'j our nt
iintlon now aie the i-i"'isliui or Itli'li
op Ktiiet mid 111(11 1 1 1 id lor Hie Cnii',i
id Hawaii In M .11111.1 ,ille "
JUST DREAKINli LOOSE
A ploinil-'Ul ll.i.,ill'lt of the elt
hi H1.1t Hi" m.iiiik mini fi cm lllk
who lu. 11I1' such a spluigx lit the Youni;
lloli'l and oilu'i w iv stallons mil
vei) like'; be u ii'-phew of John Hake
and pitietlcullv a foster child ol ill"
well known lender of Hawaii. This
gcnlh'urin thinks the )oung man I
about to eniiie of age. nml will t-oeurc
the use of money fiom valuable nisei
piepci'i), and suggests that tho lr
came in town to have a little lllng ll
udvunci'. The Hill lutl it's Infoim
nut Is quite ennlldtut Unit no one will
fiiffer lliinnclal los fiom the vomii'
man's Mights or fancy, If It be Haker'i
ii'l.itlvo mid ho will be vvlcor If s.id
der when lie llnally lights.
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We cany nil styles and siz
es. $2:50 upwards,.
!!. P. Wichman & Co.
Costs no more but tastes like more
Light and refresh ng, The
so good. Ring up for a doen
Wines snd litiuore.
1G9 King St.
OPERA HOUSE, SS
Br. Thos. E. Green
Will deliver nn address on
'THE QOSl'EL OF DISC011TENT A PROTEST."
Ecats on sale nt Ecrgstrom Music Co. Prices 75c and $1.00
W&BSgm Iron lence
iiWiiian :roi Fence and Al.jameiU Work?
iExt to juNr, ni.nG ii iii
IN ill TRIAL
Troub 3 Starts Shortly
After Leaders Go
As I he Ktiipn ruiti.ln la liclui; rals-
til 11 IIHV lilKher r.i'.'li il.iy In tlmi
lint tilal, .inj tin; Hceiilo liiiPlterimnil j
lii'inmoM ilunri'r, .1 stuitllns fact I
fcroius 10 1 i!.t linlil uf thu h'L'ct;itin's I
lu tlie itniit 100111 who liavu llttvnod I
to thu testimony uf uilni'S--'i on liotli
till Tlint tiiu leuilerH lnillctcil furl
lint li.nl only been, cinpluji'il on Alio
Wnlp.iliu iiluutatloii a short lime.
This feiitmo inlslit not carry any
t-lRiilflrnnre liut for tho fact tlinl
within two months after .lotiirn Mi
Kiimi hijuRhl work on the pl.iutatlou
tlio oiitluiiilv of June S ocelli 1 eil, and
Mlamiii, the Tii'.isuHir of the Wul
ImIiii lirani'h uf tho UlBh W'uko As
niclntlon, wna only cmployeil eight
ilays liy tlio iiluntutlon people whon
the tioulilo 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 i.- 1 . Kiiwakainl,
fliu third wlini'ha lo ho put nn liy
llio ilcfeni-e, was 11 icceut i'uiplou of
The plot of llio play put on by the
High WnK" Aswii Killon now bo
unties tuiiUilit. I'or weeks anil
muinhu the .lapnnc:.e iiKllators liao
lieen at woilt nre.uilxlilK their furi
es. The .laptineuo laborurs on the
pl.uitatlous uuio peaceful nml hecm
ul loutentcil with their present waK-
es. Krom $1S to $1M lonkcil gooil to
iliem when In Japan for tho sumo
luoik thoy iiii'hi'il but f 1 inn '.) to
jjs a nii-iitl). b'o thu AKllatois niiist
-.tart hoiiietlilnp. Til ilo thin they
1 niiut IntPiiwliic 11111011B the laborers
their Hlcol plReons, walklliR ilolo
Katea, or sub-iiKlialors, If jou pleato
Cunningly .mil I'leverly, men pick
til lor theli itbllltv, wmo H'lit out,
iiuitliiiiHly. oiu by one, ami thoy
Kul Job nn the plantations. Now
seo the 11 uti It. Only eight 'lays after
llio man sulci teil us treasurer uf a
High Wane Asbiielatioii, tlio 111011 de
mand liliihi'i waguB. A fl?ht follows
nml Mlkawn, the leader. U ariosteil
- n I two iiumlliB after liu laiuleil
It wtuilil not teem bo HtiHiiee If nil'
old employe, lieioinlm: illbioiilontod
with his vaee3, inuilu u ileninml fm
mure niQiiey, Tim human nnliiinl Is
.1' lestleis Iii'Ihl', HIid' time bitug
leer for the tropics. Kone
pints or tunrts. You'll
Sole Agents for Hawaii.
icMletsnetH ocuisluiinlly, but fur I wo
nii-n who have liaiill uilleil up tbejr
hln'.i- lu lead u nunement for 11
iiiN" In wanes especl.illy when
hotli of the.n never ni.ule over JS In
their llvei In (heir unlliu eoiinlry -Ih
i;ien mure Hum passing until e.
ATter Jlbieliul hail nmi liuleil tes
tlfliiB jeslenl.iy nfteinoon, Kawn
kiuul, the M'fonil wllness fm the
ilnv, took the staiiil. He prailUally
eniioboniteil the stittenients nude by
-Mlaiiihi. nml Insistcil that tlio Jap
iiierfe had Intcii'leil no h inn in ilie
oillcers, and that tbeio had been liu
ilol on June S, other lli-n a ipilet
Knlheiliig uf l.iboieis to dlseuss 1011
dltlons. As toitay lu to bo Kheu iner lo tlio
aifiuinenta on tho lnJiiiKtlon ni.it
tor. JuilKe Itobluson made an older
eontlnuliiB the trial until Monday
moiuIiiK. Tlie attoine.s will bine
all of next week In which lo llnlsli
the riot trial bofoie taking up thu
fniipplraey iasL. that is bet for
A SAILOR'S SWEETHEART.
"A S.illor'h Sweetheart" Is tlie at
trailhu title nf the reutuio film at
llio Alt tndiy. H Is a l'.ithe, whldi
Is the same as baying that It is nist
chiss, fur the make them no bet
ter. It Is an enlerlulntng love story
fmiii lire ainoiig the llrelon lllsli.-r-folks,
tliaii whom no luoio Inteiest
I11 people nre to bo found villliln the
euiilliiff, of liotilltlflll I'r.'iie.' The
loj.ilty of tho young llHherm.in and
the ((instancy uf Ills sweethe.ut lu
tho f.icu'of temptntlun and peibeni
tlon, mo faithfully poi lniel. and
tho lhclssltuilo3 of the young peo
ple have tbelr pioper mid happy elid
ing, liy icnuevt the lllblleal story
of "Saul and David" will be lepout
nil, ami the lialaiuo of the piogi.im
I'lnboilles a Judicious asburtment of
both drama ami cuniedy.
Dr. Thus. Uivoii will talli on The
(iospi'l of Dlseonteiil" in lliu OpeiM
llnup S.ituiil.li- inonlng nt S'll. II
is not necessary In nny way to luiio
lueo or ileseiibo Dr. (lieen. lie
stands nt llio er rruil or the Atuer
lenn pkitrorm. lie and his work nro
known whun ver theie an lulellec
Miul imhlio. lie Is pcoiilluili In 11 elass
by himself. '
Ibitliiif Ihe past rIx year- he has lec
tured lu every Stjte In the I'tilnn.
Don't uilbs this InlorPbtlng eMiuliig
euts, aru mi milu at lleigstioin
Muslo Co, ' '
f? JuW-, ..JtJintjZiiUf-!
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