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DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Walluce R. Frt-lnjton, - - Editor
Per Month, juirwherelti 1J.S Q .7n
Per (jiin awlielnU.S. ... a.rxj
Prr vr, miv ..line lu U.S. H,nu
Tet Vcr, l-ntpaul, lorcim, ...... I3.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
HPI J Editorial Rooms, - 185
B. "W Ji 1
strain to human
arc so great a
nature, anu so
odious m themselves, that every per
son actuated by right reason would
Avoid them, though he were sure
they would always be concealed from
God and man, tyid had no future
punishment entailed upon them.
l'reititnnbly tlio Japanese laborer's
going to Hawaii were nil armed with
"naiwcs" permitting them to lcuvo
Superintendent ilalililtl reinhl not
(louvo tlio nffnlrs of thu 1'iilillc In-
atmc-tltm In better hands tliiui .Airs.
' Wilcox. - .
Japanese school children mid Jnji
niuwo Thugs should not be mention
ed, in tho name breath. The former,
. lijjonorly taught, will build up Hu
Hrtl. The latter nlm to destroy It.
Of course tlio plantation men
Should seek laborers In every coun
try mi iliu fnco of tho e-irth where
'-. the ui" available. And they nro
doing ii, with tho result that tho
Japanese agitation fortes ami their
r.c-crut suppoiters will witness re
sults thai the) little expected.
Any plantation manager of the
other Islands who employs men te
crotly engaged In n conspiracy to
wreck the Industry in general nnd
Oaliu plantations In particular, will
dceervo all ho gets.
"Oiien "a sdiool and you rlogo a
Jail." This applies particularly to
tho United States and this poitlon
of It. Let "no man innko the mlstnlee
of objecting to the education of Jap
anese tblldien In our schools. These
children linvo full rights of citizen
ship If they wish to cxerclso them,
nnd of all things Hawaii needs In
telligent men and women, bo their
race what It may.
MR. KINNEY'S PRESENTATION.
Tho Bulletin commends the
opening address of Attorney Klunoy
In the conspiracy trial to every citi
zen of tho Territory of Hawaii who
wishes to bo Informed on tho status
of out Industry nnd tho vciy govern
ment Itself In i elation to an organi
sation formed iimong tho Jnpancso
to run things.
Hero wo have- a thorough presen
tation of tho cake. Jinny facts nio
teitutcil. Some of tho Incidents nr'o
'mentioned public ly by Mr. Kinney
for tho first ,tlme. Tho whplo is a
.complete storj of n campaign to put
-this Territory In tho grip of an or
ganization alien In make up, nllen
In spirit, nllen In purpoao nnd prin
ciple to that which Is for tho safety
of Hawaii nnd tho United States,
As Mr. Kinney states In his pcr
vouiil Intenlow, It Is about tlmo tho
people, ramo to know whether tlio
nffnlrs of this Territory can bo run
by such u combination ns tho Higher
wage Associations nnd their crimi
CIIIW, A TR0U1)LE,CENTER.
Coincident with tho return of
Mm o,uls ltn to Toklo, n ocinl-oOlclnl
in pan of tho Jnpancso government'
lutiies n warning to Chlnn. Thus la
11m win Id again reminded Hint China
li tho section of tho world claiming
iiioro serious thought In tho I'orclgn
Offices thun (icrmiiuy with its poi
tlMe .advances on tho Hiltlsh Isles,
Tin trey with Its struggle under tlio
onung Turks, or rcMilutlnn-riickcd
. China Is tho country that endnn-
gejM tho world's peaie moro than
nny other nation, nnd PcKIn Is today
u renter of tlio keenest intoruatlonnl
Tills Is not on account of anything
China lias done, but what sho has
Hot done. China Is n llcli morsel,
,wlioo, Integrity Is ptefeerved lueiely
because each nation fears that un
der any other (oudltlons tho oilier
Jellow will get It nil.
Only America looks upon China
with nn oy froo from territorial
Bed. Hut our country Is never
tliulara not uiiiuludfut oi the great
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Per Sit Mouln 41 ,bi
Tit r, i)v.rtt InUiT I.00
Pri Year an)lirre In Cn.li... I.(li
PerVetr poMpuM, fotcign 3.oc
Entered at the tVstofTice nt Honolulu
'. JULY 20, 1909.
.possibilities for Amei lean enlcrpriso
in that country.
A short time ngo tho Washington
correspondent of one of tho metro
politan papers told of the close at
tention President Tuft gives tho do
lelontncnts In the Par Past. Delng
one of tho world's specialists In Ori
ental affairs. Inning studied them
both on the giound and front tho
standpoint of the diplomat and tho
ndmlnlstintor, nnd cnjojlng tho ad
nntngo of wide nnd Intimate pcr
Kmnl nccinalnlaiuo with the lending
men of tho KiihI, the President has
n firm conviction Unit a great future
for American lonimetce lies In tho
Announcement fiom London that
n great syndlcnto of American lltum
tiers has 'been organized to nsslst In
barking rnllioad tnterprUes In
China canted no surprlco In Inner
administration circles, at Washing
ton, simply bpcauso -the administra
tion hfid been In touch and sympa
thy with tho movement. Tho Ameri
cans who look to investment In
China havo been assured thnt the
gocinmiut will give them every
piopor nsHlstnuca nnd protection
that they ma) need If tbey will but
lend tho way to a largo Amcrlcnn
paitlclpatlon in tho development of
the Past Tlio men of money havo
" 'erinlned that tho tlmo has como
.Til the I'd It vil States can do this
( :i a greater tcnlo than over before.
Our country Is taking up nt u Into
ito what Puropeaus have been
v.orklng on for M'lirs. And Japan
comes in us a mighty factor because
of tho need for fields In which to
place It's over-Increasing population.
It Is a gnino for empires of territory
uud billions of trade. That It can
bo plnjt'd without bloodshed teems
W. G. WALKER.
(Continued from Psce 1)
wlicie Mr. Walter felt that ho was
needed to close up tho nffnlrs of tho
plnntntlou, After two wecliB "tho
nurse returned, nnd Mr. Walker
gicw worse. He buffeted two hem
orrhages, nnd finally a paral)sls of
ono arm uud one leg Por tho tart
twenty-four hours he was uncon
scious. Mr, Walker was well toward sev
enty Jems of age, and his plans woro
to retlro nfter ho had completed tlio
work Incident to the closing up tho
Ook.i!a corporntlon nffnlrs. Ho hnd
been lunmigcr for tho Ooknta Sugar
Plantation Company for tho lust
nineteen yearn, has been nctlvcly en
gaged In tho cultivation of sugar
cano for thlrty-ouo years, having
been identllled -with tho Lnupnhoc-
hoe, Hakalau anil Hawaiian Com
mere la 1 sugar plantations located at
John' Walker, the local conti actor,
was a cousin mid left this morning
for Ooknln, accompanied by an under'
taker. Just what urinngcmenlK
will bo made for tho funeral and tho
disposition of tho body Is not yet
Tlio management of Oakala will
pi nimbly devolve upon (leorgo Mc-
Cubliln, who has been head over
seer for many jcais and Is ono of tho
veiy elllclcnt mi gar men of tho is'
At n meeting of tho trustees of
Ooknln plantation held this morn
ing, tho death of Manager Wulkor
wiir announced nnd arrangements
mado to continue tho harvesting of
tho prcfccnt crop, which should bo nil
giound within three months from
tho present time,
Head Oveisecr McCubbln hns
pinctlcally been tunning tho plan
tation during tho illness of Mr,
Walker, mid it Is thought thnt cither
ho or Mr. Mel.ellan will net ns mali
nger until the crop Is taken off.
Mr. Wnlker's cstlmato of 7,000
tons of sugar Is oxpertcd to bo very
nearly ronect, nnd fiom present np
pearuuees tho total nhciild run n
little over thnt flguio.
Tho position of manager for tho
next thteo or four months has boon
offered to n well-known sugar mini,
but until he leplles to the agent's
letter his unuie will not bo given
TilRtik hooka of nil sorts, lPdeern,
etc., manufactured by tho Dulletla
Fort Street ... .2
Printers Lane . .2
Kalakaua Ave . .2
Peterson Lane. .2
Lunalilo St. . ..2
Kaili Avenue.,. .2
Rose Street ... .3
Elm Street . i . .3
Union Street ... 3
Spencer Street.. 2
Lunalilo Street. .3
Youncj Street... 4
College Hills... 2
Kaimuki , . 2 bedrooms . . $30.00
Bcrctania St. . .4 bedrooms.. 35.00
Knlia Road 2 bedrooms.. 35.00
Kinau St. ..
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
OPIUM CASE DECIDED.
(Continued from Pace 11
(crested lawjers slnco It wai first
I.nn Yip Keo was charged with
selling a r-tenl tin of opium to AH
l-oy, and, although ndiifutlng tho ,
sale of tho drug, through his nttor-,
ney, I J. A. unuuiiii, cmcrcu h pica
of not guilty, contending that tho
('Jililltl niiB 111 lv iriiiuai I'tiniirHU
ihlfi. ltnn l.i ttir tiflatttlfll Ii intrntfi
n ml tlio nalo wns rmuitcnanccil bjITlCnt Will Cl Til I C VOUf
nnlI..n l 1... r..i..ln. nn.1 litfn.-!
state commerce clauses of tho Con-
i f i jojuiin id uiti ivitiHii mill iinri-i
siiiuiion ot tno united states, which
invalidated local laws, 'in thu nui
Tho contention of tho prosecution
was thnt the opium was not In tho
original case, but thnt tho wooden
box In which the opium was shipped
ill I..IIH i ii ii;e n iiiit in iiiiiii nun
had censed to bear on the caso when
It was opened for the extraction of
the "i-tael tin.
Tho opium had been Imported
from II. O. l'hyfalr, the uilglnnl
Importer, (he goods linvlng been
pnfescd by the levcyuic olflclals of San
Francisco, nnd the court upheld tho
contention of the pi execution thnt
tho wooden box was tho original
package. In the decision,, tho court
considered this tho only point in
volved In tlio case.
The defendant will probably take
tho case to tho Supiciuo Court on n
bill of exceptions, nnd .ludgo Do
Dolt in dUcusslug tho ensa with
counsel, stutefl that be would like to
sec It carried to tho Supremo Court
of tho United States uud decided
185 editorial rocms 25C butl
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Dulletln office
Lunalilo Street 30.C0
Beretania Avenue 25.00
Kalakaua Avenue 20,00
Lunalilo Street 22.50
Cottage Walk 15,00
Prospect Street 22,50
Two lots at Kaimuki, corner lots.
Two blocks from car line on Ninth
Avenue. Owner desires us to submit
Corner Fort and Merchant Stiects.
Have You Sent That!
f J .")'
s4V V XgWS' rl 2s
iiV v? x,T mpx.
bedrooms. .$ 8.00
bedrooms. . 12.00
bedrooms. . 20.00
bedrooms. . 25.00
drawn by 01cn wllO cirC
fn m , 1 1 a r with the law.
Our legal depart-
- r" 1
Will IfCC OI CliargC.
ivmi nvp n r t reanv
made a will, or
one you have made
tory, why not
Vantage of tliis offer.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
J. M. rc.e no, editor of the Knnkoa
lliiino Unlit, hsw accepted thp posltlfi
of editor for the le Aloha jlna, i!lt
leal org in of tho Democratic paity. Ho
will take his scat on 'August 1, with
headquarters on Smith street.
l'oepoo has licen editor of tho Kno
koa Homo Iluln, political oignu of Iho
Homo Hulo party, but at the meeting
of the directors of tho Ko Aloha Alna,
It wus decided to appoint him ns cd
Itor. I'oeiKio, who Is piolribly tlio only
llliig; uuthoilty on Hawaiian Inugu
ngo. lins not tovoied bis pollllenl con
uecllon with tho Homo Ilulo parly, but
on tho other band, tho Douiociuls
claim thai ho would Join tho Demo
cratic, party before tho lolltlcut cam-
" Knlauoknhinl, Sr., will become
'lil(r of Ibu Knokoa Homo Kula on
inu urst nay oi August, lie win no
iiskIhIoiI by Wtn, White, nuolhee well
Clni once Cooke ycileid'ty tendered
his iei.lgii.Uion to Secret 'try (laitloy of
i tlio Hoard of ilegonls ns tiensurcr of
tho Colluso of lliiwalb Mr. Cooko
I ha hi that hu was compelled to icjlu
' ipiliih tho position on account of tho
picss of other buslntss. Ills successor
huj not been tclectod,
HULLF.TIN AD9 PAV
Sale of Laces
Monday, July 19,
8 A. M. ., .'
VALENCIENNES 1ACES, PRINC
ESS LACES, CLUNEY, MEDAL
I LIONS, NET TOP LACES, BLACK
6 to 8 p.m.
Open 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
With old age
ahead, bringing sickness
.iiid' loss .of employ
ment, arc you going to
spend all you earn as
you go along?
Start a savings ac
count with us We
welcome small as well
as large deposits: 4
per cent, interest com
pounded twice annu
ally. THE .
Bank of Hawaii,
Surplus and Capital $1,000,000.
R. P. RITHET HAS
That the hailing ship It. 1. Itlthot
has u gullum crew Is demonstrated
by leccnt events. At tho end of
Inst wco kono' of tho sailors, (leorgo
McVoy, was fined In tho Tollco
Cbiirt for drunkeiiiefs, nnd tho cap-
tnlu icfuscd to pay tho due, ho hav
tng to scre his i-entence. 'I'll la
morning in court John Ilansmann
was lined and costs for drunken
ness, and later In tho forenoon tho
police wero sent- for to go. down to
the bout to nrrest the second mate,
Kicd Cnrlson, who hnd beaten up
tho first mate, I', Krickbon. ,
It transpires that Carlson, whllo
on watch, absented himself from the
ship without leave nnd canio back
tho worse for liquor. Ho was
nbuslvo und was ordered off the boat.
He refused to go and commenced a
perfectly unwnrrentd attack cm tho
Urst mate. Ho knocked him down,
bent him In tho fnco bo thnt both his
ccs nro closed, nnd nlsn kicked him.
So scilous wero tho Injuries that
Urlclcson hnd to bo removed to tho
hospital, where ho is tit present un
Captain Drew of tho 11. V. Itlthot
slates thnt It ho has nny moio trou
blo with his crow he- will flio tho
TO CLEAN UP LOT.
Mnrston Cnnipbcll, Superintendent
of Public Woiks, bus Insti noted hla
coniiultlco appointed bomb tluiu ngo,
to clear up n )ol over nt Knhiiliil and
put It, In flrst class shnpu for tho Con
Bulletin Business"0(llce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
Fountain Pen '
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry ajl styles and siz
es' $2:50 upwards,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Tho Milkers of Walpahu and Alcn,
dbtsallsfled with loafing In town, lire
lcnlnB'IIonniilu for tho oilier Island
When tho .Milium Ken sailed nt noon
today hlicmt two hundred laborers, no
cording to Mr. Whlto of tho Inter
Island Sienm Navigation Co., went nt
stcornao passengers. The majority of
thccmcn wero sttlkers, who nro going
to work for tho Hamnkua Ditch Com
pany nt Kohala, Hawaii,
An Inquiry nt Iho strikers' Intelli
gence nm.ce.thls afternoon brought tho
ndmlssion thnt n largo number of strik
ers had left for Haw nil. Tho clerks
of the liitolllgeuro olllco however
would not slalo the number of thohu
leiivlng. It Is oxpeclcd Hint other
slilkcrs will leao this iifternouu for
Muut nnd Knnal.
Iho strlko lenders when nsked to
day stated Hint they bad jidWsed thu
strikers to go to" work. Tlioy would
not ndinlf that tho strlko fund was lim
ning low. ,
' Mrs. May Wilcox wan this morn
ing appointed Acting Sitpei Intend
cut of Public Institution by Super
intendent ilalihltt. who leaves for
Scuttle on tho Koica.
This appointment Is mado under
Act 29 of flio Session I-aw of 1D09,
that provide for nn acting superin
tendent of the department during
thu absence of thu superintendent.
Mis, Wilcox la by fur the bjit lltted
for the iiosltlon of nny of the Coni
mlssloncis, ns she has a personal
kuowlcdgo of 'tho. dctnll of thu de
partment and Is well equipped to at
tend to whatever may nrltc during
tho wicnlldu scasolft
11'-; OOARD KOREA
llccauso tbur,a.viiH',ainurv,i.ivus casn
ntnong tho nrronifl't o'l botird her.
tho Etcntnshlp K'.'ca, wftltH urrUed
from Yokohama ,oday, wus, by order
of tlio olnclnls ot tho marine yervici',
placed in qiinraulliio on! pott, imill I).-
Hobdy hud orrltccl to dcarmlno the
iiaturo of tho dlseufo.
When tho Km en arrhed oft iiort
bbortly nfter 12 o'clock today, Ilr Sit.
clalr und Dr. Jnines vi ut on board lie c
to examine the pashengors In their
t'niiilnntlon they found a case of Blck-
ness nnd would lint iiermlt tho tlilp to
enter tho harbor until Dr. Hob ly, chief
of tho qi'irantlno rerxlce hero, had
been consulted. At 1:30 o'clock this
afternoon Dr. Uobdy wont' out in his
launch to (.'.amlno thu patient himself.
LATEST SICEL THEOItY.
Juw York, July 3. Ono of tho most
tinpoitiint moves jet nnnlo to uppio
bend I.eon l.lng, wanted for Iho liiur
der of lllslo Slgel, wus taken today
when biifipenns wero seru'd em man
ngors of both tho Postal mid Western
Union lulcgraplt conipnnles, to glvo
the uutboiltles nccesH to lliolr lccntds.
It Is believed thnt tho missing" Chinese
hud urrnuged wllh his filuiids at tho
IClghth avenue houso not lo icporl tho
dlscotcry of tho trunk containing tho
gill's body until ho noticed them that
hu hud I cached u snfo distance fiom
New York, uud that tclbgrams ilullv
cii'd at tltq limiHo will piovo this.
Al tho iiimo tlmo the pollea nro still
chasing runioin that I.con Ii hiding
wllhln a raillus of KM) miles of New
York. Many of tho reports hao al
ready beci) show u to bo false, and nro
beljovcd to hao LetAi Insplied by Iho
10o (long long or high ticnton society,
for .tho puri oi,o of causing confusion
ntnong tho ilcteclhes. It has been
1'Etubllt.Iiod tlmti l.lng wns a porrful
factor In this ecict Chliieso organ
Izntlon, nnd Hint bovcrnl of Its lueni-
hern ulded him In tho effort to dispose
of thn trunk coiitnlnlng tho body.
Old fluaii Wick Nam, thu Interpreter
who forced Choiig Sing's confcbslon,
wns much excited tonight eiycr InTor
mullon which ho btIiI caused hint to
delicto Ihut l.lng was being .hidden liy
whlto mUHlomiles In I'hlladelphjn,
Tho police ncllvlty in Chinatown
binuiiht about by the Blgol tiawdy.
bus lesulled In thli puiincatlon of ki
clal conditions to nn extent nover be
fore known In thnt dlstilct, Tho po
lice icpoit that not n single whTio
woman wus left In the Chlncro iiinr
tors A month ng( moVo ihan n litui
drcd whlto women wcio cniintcd
among tho loslile.nla nt Chlntlowu.
Ncaiiy nl'l of tho women first decamo
ncnu tinted wild tho orlentnbi thiQugli
ON. S.S, FIEUSBURG
t " t'umw.
Kupuhea Stmok By Iron t
Tub and Picked up
Whllo tho nensburg was dl.oharfi
lug hqr carfjti of coal nt lllshop Wharf
tills morning, tho Iron tub bted or
lnkng tho coal out struck one of tho
itovedoren, Kuplhen, a native work
ing In the hold. The tub was bolnK
lowered on tho sling 'Into tho bold
wliou It struck ltupllien'in Iho bank,
thiowlng lilm precipitately fouvard
ngnluat ti'vjron tlancblmi. Ho fU to
the Moor nnd wheii plclied up was In
nn uueoiiEclcui couilltlon, Tim uiu
bulanea wns nt ouck telephoned for
rfwl bo Wnit still Unconicloiis when
tiiincyod to tho hoiffiitttl.
Tho cxntt nalnro of his liijiub i Iiim
not jet been nrcertnlnel bin u In
ipilry ut tlio hospital It Is learned llr-i
thoy nio not of n ualuio to bo mnsld-
rorinnl transfer wao made today
lit tho mortgiigo loan of the h.ijilu
Innl .Kstnto from the (Icrmnn Siv
lugs '&. 1-ei.iii Society (it t!.u Crau
elsro to the Campbell ettiito ot Ho
nolulu. The dcijli; ns exclusively nniitmiu
til In .tho IMillet'ln some weol.s
ngo, ImolviM n tnuirfcr'or xiroiiiiu
nilntgiigo fjom Sjii rraucUco hnnds
lo Honolulu, Und is u dhilnct cx
prtssloli of the confidence l'i"n! flnml
clcrs have In tbr-- siiiuiion und
tlio ability of tho'local market lo I i',-
up tho loan lloated In Sein rrnurlno
ronio yenrs ngo.
Tho trusleea.oti tho Cnmpbcll ei
tnto taking up tills limn me Cecil
Ilrown, A. N. Campbell nnd liutiy
Boural imuiijnl features arc Incor
porntid u Iho moilgagc, nun ng them
being u monthly payment of interest
instcail oX'.quartorly, tho'tinual clsuw.
Tic .mortgage covma land on.tlaliii.
MTtnl and Hawaii nnd upon the d .naiid
(if tlio WOitgMgcCB tho leihdme.l oi
Ahupiina of Atiwalolluiu (Tbu I'muti
bowl slope), wll bo 'nsulgiiod in nihil
tloiial' Eccnilty- Insiiraio, nmt ti"
inalnlalned upon'.io'bulldlus'f, etc., to
tlni 8Uinfi?78,Gi'i'! . "V
. The Interest Is -at 7 lr cent anil fti v
irlhucltial lipayablo In flvo years' tin
Should any unproductive Intnl bo 'di
the money received may nppl in p i
or In whole to tho bonded imUiiuc)
ncss at tho option of tho irnuciKu"
Phoiild tho land bo prulirMlvi', 8n po
cent of tho proceeds cf the mile r-lnl'
bo applied on tlio indchtednei. mid -'
per cent nhnll icvorl to 'In wri-;.i ').
Dannlj Sg.ibln mn think hr l t.u
Messiah but the peindo of M u' ilu
Hawaii, are of a different opinion. In
fuct tlioy b'icked iiip thcli iiaud for
his Impersonation Iv giving the nrm
n coat of tur nnd fuuthurs (bo othci
night, nnd inn him Out of town. Quei r
tules havo cpme to light about Hciibln u
actions, mid fiom nil accounts ho min-l
have bud a sticniious linu' on Hawaii.
Ko did not hesitate, to iiiinounco lu
wns Clultit, and tiled to ljiaku various
wnineu bellco they were F.t. II
iilso Is Hnld to have stood uudei ficu
plp'n wlndciWH ut' illicit nnd Hindi
hlruiigo siit('meiitH. At an uilu the
lanatlo found the pUcu too hot foi
lilm nnd, came Ui ll(iiolulu on the
Mtiuua In this morning
Tho Ilonrilulu Mart-hunts' Associa
tion will mcot un Thursday nfliu
iiouu at-.". o'clo"l:. MuAy lmpoilunt
muttcra will innfti bofoie tho luem
beis. The rcdornl building project
will bo oiie of tho pilm-lpal featuuA
dlu'iisscd, whllo tho Nailon.il Guard
wlll.'ho tho subject of narncst cou
sldorntlon,' nnd'aOino plan will be
proposed y which the (jiiaid can do
Btieiigthoned. Tho Commercial l.ub
intory suggested by A. J. BcdgVlch
will nlsn com; (nil for coiibliKriition.
WAY THE JURY
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