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BVENINQ D0LLBT1K, HONOLPLP, T. It., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1009.
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You have deeply ventured
But all must do so who would great
ly win: Byron.
Every shjstcr has nn oll word
for any news medium that tells the
Don't cuss the Japanese It jou .
''(It... IIh l.ll. I... .,..!, .fttltf-..!
o help Honolulu.
Mr.'KIoyso claims that ho does
not fin or the strike, when speaking
X No wonder the Spanish populace
protests against the fighting with
v the Moors. It Is only spilling Span-
Jlh blood that some strong power
r Intelligent Japanese must know
! if .that the policy of tho strlko leaders
t lins one dcdnlto rcsjilt Indcflnlto
f postponement of wage readjustment
' phased on tho merit ot honorablo
. President Taft has made It clear
'Jin one of his recent speeches that ho
Wins no sjmpathy with the Purltnn
ism that Is Intolerant, whether cx
. crclscd In religion or tho worldly af
4 fairs of life.
J; llofore Hllo can emulate Kauai's
. j automobile tours. It must make n
successfiil campaign of education
nmong the benighted districts whero
n County Knglnccr Is not wanted
nnd poor roads prevail.
Take a lesson from tho Japaneso
nnd crente n citizen organization
that will make the secret picket and
V-iss 8 stem impossible. Otherwise
Hawaii Isdue for a more serious
nwnkenlng In months to come.
I2ven the biggest men of Hawaii
will spend thousands of dollars on
some unkouwn who blows In with
n great, proposition that will save
tho country. They have nlso been
buncoed nn frequently as the little
.'fellows, and seem to like It.
One of the first steps toward com
plete Americanizing of Hawaii Is to
educate Its children of every race
nnd nationality that manual labor Is
f)ionorab1o. Then create conditions
In the leading Industries that will
enable them to make a fair living
From nil reports, Delegate Kuhlo
.'Is doing a great deal of serious
'thinking. I.Ike all public men he
has found that he has only half
hearted praise when he gets big re
suits, nnd Incessant criticism whon
'ho docs something not meeting with
Dr. Hobdy's policy Is clearly to
tako no chances with ships coming
lo this port bearing oven sporadic
plaguo cnfccs. This city can better
afford tho loss of a twelve hours'
visit from the passengers than take
the chunco of having the town tied
iip I nn general quarantlno by rea
son ot u case slipping through. ,
PUBLICITY THE SAFEGUARD.
i urim-r uuvi-riiur rum auuiunbiUK'a
Scattlo audience, gavo It as his opin
ion that publicity Is tho only weapon
ugiiliist political corruption: that the
-fjiooplo must bo kept constantly on
their ijuard, and that tho only way to
'do this Is through tho newspapers. If
tho public conscience Is not awakened
hu lasting good Is done, oven In filling
J" tho ponltnntlary full tof grafters. More
over, publicity helps u stato rather
than Injures It. ,
Hy tho samo system ot reasoning
ecrccy breeds corruption, Justifies
lack of'ptibllc confidence aad fosters
nil the evils of a gritftors government
Tan for tho benefit of grafters, big and
i Hawaii has had tho habit ot secrcay
. In tho administration of its public af-
I fairs sluco (ho duya or tho Oligarchy,
Doforo that, during the monarchy, tho
puts wero forever harping against nffl.
clnl spciecy and citing It ns nn ol
'dpneo of the ovlls of monarchy
And Is tho policy of secrecy In the
uimlnUtiatlon ot lands for Instaneo or
tho administration ot tho Immigration
iuued on Tnesdayof each week.
Per SI Mmiim , .Ho
Per Vnr, inj-whtte In U S I.oo
Pti Year ny' hr In C.nadt... f.Ho
PerVor ixnluld, loitiin a.oo
Catered at (he Fottofficc at Honolulu
u itcond-cla matter.
JULY 22, 1B09.
I funds so liberally otcil liy the I-ogls-'
' l.illirii 1.1 fifrnlnli Ihn irpnnnil ut-Lr trr
grafters to work upon?
Straightforward publicity Is the
only bants on which a public depart
ment can bo successfully conducted.
As any department digresses from this
line, It will trend toward failure and
FROM STRIKET0 BOYCOTT.
Departure of .Inpaneso strikers to
seek emplO) ment on the other Islands
means that the strike on Oahu and Ho
nolulu limitation has developed Into
These men who left tho plantations
hao apparently mndo up their minds
to not return under any circumstances,
and the aim of tho leaders Is to bring
about a condition that will give them
the "credit" of halng wrecked or ser
iously Injured tho two plantations
picked out for special attack.
This bealng tho caso, it Is by all
means n good public policy to estab
lish the strike breakers as regular em
ployes, nnd give them homes and iosl
Throughout the strlko thus far, tho
whole scheme of nctlon has been based
on tho supposition that at somo tlmo
In the reasonably near future tho Jap--'ego
workers would desire to return
n their homes and work nnd that tho
I lantatlon would give employment to
those hating tho best records. Some
have returned. Hundreds of those re
maining would no doubt be glad to do
the same, but thpy have not the cour
age to scorn the thugs or possibly
the Intelligence to see that thoy arc be
ing misled. With their funds exhaust.
cd they must havo work and are seek
ing it elsewhere. Under the Inlluenco
of their leaders they aro the Innocent
victims of- a bo)cott, whether they
realize It or not Is hard to say.
Tako tho situation as It is. Lot tho
plantations on which tho strlko has
prevailed, pick a permanent labor
force from nmong thoso now tempor
arily employed to tnko off tho present
crop, and thus make a definite begin
ning of tho march toward tho eventual
predominance of citizen labor on tho
sugar properties of tho Territory.
The futuro success of plantation
properties Is to be found In a working
iorco or nome Duuaers as well as
workers, and the management that
sees It first will pave tho way to fu
turo prosperity. Japanese laborers can
not bo regarded as reliable homo matt
ers until the Intelligent 'Japanese join
In tho movement to cllmlnato tho pow.
cr of tho criminal clement, that would
ruin tho Industry and mako a laughing
stock of our laws. 4
II I, i i s
Editor E von ing Dullo tint
Permit mo to ask your favor ot pub
lishing this letter In your next lamio,
If acceptable; In answer to a falso
declaration submitted to you by somo
Maul curiosity seeker and fictitious
writer, of which article was published
In your paper of Juno 21th. tilt.
' Tho samo wero 'statements mado
against mo, groundless'whatevcr In its
nature and composed by a few hand
full of but-ln-to-other-pcople's affairs,
ricnscless brutes, and submitted to you
for publication bya professional liar,
to which I deny Its truthncss,
I was a Territorial omployo when
tho contract ot building the County
Stable was let out to bidders; thero
being no other bidder but me, tlfo
Doard awarded mo th contract. The
reason why I tendered In 'a bid (o tho
abovo named Job, wbh tho changing In
hands of tho Department In which 'I
Tho statoment mado that I have 'al
ready started to work on this Job Is
false, nnd I am not posltlvo whether
I'll tako the Job op not, Its n matter
for mo and tho Board to' consider.
Tho most laughablo'thlng'about this
Talking Machlno Company, they suc
ceeded In subscribing a fow names to
a petition to 'tho Doard of Supervisors
regarding the abovo matter, hut some'
how rather one of 'the street Agents
who was entrusted with Hip vnlitahlo
document1) got bricks huiled nt lilm'i'.
flail I- nnil Ia?!' nnd n snVArn InAiiiblnnJ
t ifiit wilii iuii wiaii rum" itciui IIIU T
from a female friend, gavo up liU Hon-1
orable position, and has ever slnco'
Fort Street .... 2 bedrooms.. $ 8.00
Printers Lane . .2 bedroom.. 12.00
Xalakana Ave . .2 bedrooms.. 15.00
Peterson Lane..2btdrooms. . 15.00
Lunalilo St. ...2 bedrooms., 16.00
Xaili Avenue ... 2 bedrooms . . .18.00
Rose Street ... .3 bedrooms. . 18.00
Elm Street ...,.3 bedrooms.. 20.00
Union Street ...3 bedrooms.. 20,00
Kaimuki 2 bedrooms.. 25.00
Spencer Street. .2 bedrooms.. 27.50
Lunalilo Street. ,3 bedrooms. . 32.60
Waikiki 2 bedrooms.. 35.00
Young ' Street ... 4 bedrooms .. 40.00
Waikiki v2 bedrooms.. 40,00
College Hills ... 2 bedrooms. . '45.00
Kaimuki 2 bedrooms . ,rf30.00
Beretania St. ..'4 bedrooms. .'35.00
Xalia Road ,...2 bedrooms.. 35.00
College Hills .. ,2 bedrooms. . 40.00
Beretania St. ..5 bedrooms.. 45.00
Xinau St 4 bedrooms.. 55.00
Alexander St. ..3 bedrooms.. 60.00
kept "himself In tho back scatMrcam
Ing of his bravo deeds 'of a month ego.
This wholo kicking was started by a
few street walker loafers, with tho
Intention of ruling tfio Hoard of Sti
orvlsors, but any common senso per
son knows that tho Board of 8upervls-
ors ot tho County of Maul, aro senso-.
auto men anu uw nniuing uiuzcns,
ready to do tho best for tho County. .
D. IKUWA KAUAKAUA.
P. S. If there bo any charges for
tho publishing of this letter, plonso
send me your QUI of same, I will remit
by return mall, and Oblige.
Walluktl, Maul. July 1, '09.
It would bo a shamo to chargo any
thing for Mich nn Interesting epistle.
Editor Hullo tin.)
HAWAII NOT DUMPING GROUND.
(Continued from Paze 1)
tho Coast, who originally came to this
country. Dr. Cooper writes tho 'hoard
that ho faors the Tvhuantopec route
for emigrants coming hero, which lo
free from tho mosquito pest nnd Is
healthier than other routes.
NE WYORK, Juno 25. Katherlne
Clemmons Gould today obtained a
legal separation from her husband,
Howard Gould, third son of the late
Jay Gould. With the exception of
alimony her victory was complete,
but In this phase of the case tho
court decided that $36,000 a year
was sufficient, whereas she asked for
$250,000. She has been receiving
$25,000 n year from Mr. Gould.
Intoxication Not Proved.
It was Inthe vindication of charg
es ot Intoxication and her alleged re
lations with Dustln Karnum, tho
actor, that Mrs. Gould scored most
strongly, for, notwithstanding the
Magazine Street $27.50
Matlock Avenue 30.00
Lunalilo Street 30.00
Beretania Avenue 25.00
Kalakana 'Avenue 20.00
Cottage Walk ......... t ... . 15.00
Prospect Street 22.50
Two lots at Kaimuki, corner 'lots.
Two blocks from car line on Ninth
'Avenue. Owner desires ns to submit
Corner -Fort arid Merchant Streets.
Don't Write. Send a
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Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Stock and Bond Ex
change. We buy and sell
Stocks and Bonds.
We have money to
loan on listed sugar
stocks. ' .
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel St. Honolulu
long array of witnesses for Gould,
the court held tjint her actions al
leged to be due to Intoxication might
have been caused by excitement. As
to Dustln Fnrnum, It was held that
her association With htm came after
Mr. and Mrs. Goutd separated and
that the husband apparently made
A thirty dajs' stay of Judgment
Attorney Sheorn then nsked for nn
extra nllownnco for attorney ices.
nnd tho court gae hlni $2,000. This
together with the $10,000 allowed
iccently nnd the original allowance.
of $5,000, will bring his fees to $1.,
000, with an additional sum of $3,
900 for expenses.
$3000,000 Dower Rteht. , ,
Mrs. Gould's dower right In How
ard Gould's real property amounts to
$3,000,000, and Is unaffected by the
Mrs. Oould said; "I nm the hap
piest woman living becauso I hao
been so completely vindicated. Not
ono llttlo pang thot through my heart
at tho smallnces of tho nllownnco
only supremo Joy nnd tho deepest
gralltudo. I scud n thousand loving
thanks to all who havo helped me."
Jnsilco Dowllng's decision is In
part; "So far -"as tho defense has
Bought to substantiate hy proof Its
allegations of gross habitual Intoxica
tion iimm tho part of the plaintiff, not
only hns tho defendant fulled to sup
port mat allegation uy prooi, inn, mi
tho contrary, tho plaintiff haH gono
beyond what sho was dlreclly required
to do, and I find that affirmatively tho
preponderance of testimony Is over
whelmingly In her favor.
"So far ns tho allegations of lm-
propor conduct with I'arnuni nro con
cerned, tticro Is this to ho said, thnt
(ho episodes which' havo been testified
to took place after tho desertion of the
plalntffr by 'tho defendant 'and thoy
could thcteforo furnish no Justification
of aW kind for tho original desertion."
Sale of Laces
Monday, July 10,
VALENCIENNES LACES, PRINC
ESS LACES, CLUNEY MEDAL-
LIONS, NET TOP LACES, BLACK i
l - MW.
6 to 8 p.m.
Open 6 a. m. to
11:30 p. m.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
8V AtJf HORITY
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING REG
.ULAT10NS RELATING 10 DE
CEDENTS. HE IT OftDAINED I1Y TUB Pi:0
PI,B OF TIH3 CITY AND COUN
TY OP HONOLULU.
Section 1. It shall bo tho duty of
tho legally licensed physician who
was last In nttendtfico upon and
deceased person, or If no phslclnn
wng In nttendnnco, then it shall he
tho duty of tho Coroner to. re- ort the
death to the City and County rhy-
slclan Immediately after such death
occurs, upon onp of the blanks fud
nlshcd by tho City nnd County Phy
sician fort that purpose, filling In
tho blank spacer so as to gho all
of tho Information requited by the
blanks bo filled, In case of n still
birth, It shall bo tho duty ot tho
legally licensed physician In chnrgo
during the confinement, or coroner,
to report the samo Immediately as In
other cases of death, on ono ot tho
blanks above mentioned furnished
for that purpose, giving the de
tails, as required in other cases of
Section 2. No burial shall he law
ful, nor shall nny dead body bo re
moved from tho City nnd County of
Honolulu until u permit for such
burial or removal based upon n Cer
tificate ot Death as provided In Sec
tion 1 hereof, shall havo first been
obtained from an Agent of the Ter
ritorial Hoard of Health. '
Section 3. Whenever upon tho
death of nny person there Is reason
to believe that Bitch person came to
such death by poison, violence or In
any suspicious or questionable man
ner, tho body of such person shall,
under the direction ot the Sheriff or
Deputy Sheriff, bo forthwith taken
to tho Morgue, nnd the City and
County Phjslcian hnll be Immedi
ately notified of such denth by such
Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff.
Section 4. Tho Hoard of Super
visors of tho City nnd County of
Honolulu shall appoint n sultablo
person as Morgue Attendant, whoso
salary shall bo fixed by Bald Doard.
Tho Morguo Attendant shall havo
tho caro and chargo of tho Morguo
and perform such other duties ns
may bo prescribed by tho Hoard of
Supervisors or by tho City und
Section G. It shall ho tho duty
ot tho City nnd County Phjslcinn to
keci" n record of all tho deaths re
ported to 'him under tho provisions
ot this Ordinance.
Sictlon 6. Any person who shall
violate any ot tho provisions of this
Ordlnnncp 'shall bo deemed guilty of
n misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall' bo punished by 'a fino
Drinks Ink like a camel.
Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es! $2:50 upwards,
H. F. Wichman & Co.
jiirft. Iw uijint A .a. jAui uifc. .tL.'.tu.
. , SSMSmmmAX No 1 l
means all-day snecd-no
means more work ffom vcn amount oi energy
increased output-decreased cost of WwjN o
the employer. Let us give you a demonstration of
this and other Monarch advantages. -as.w
THE MONARCH TYPEWRITER COMPANY
WALL. NICHOLS CO., EXCLUSIVE AGENTS.
Eiccullv. Olllcti -inn rifn.dw.v. New York
The Yokohama Specie BanK,
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, June 30, 1909. ' (
Loans nnd overdraft. . .$in2.18fl.R9
Ileal cstnto 2!t,r,:!7.or
Kurnlturo nnd fixtures. . 1,810.08
Duo from banks nnd
bankers 1 08,325.6a
AH oilier resources 170,972.18
I. M. Tokleda. manager Yokohama
swear thnt tho foregoing statements
my Knowledgp nnd belief. M. TOKIEDA, Manager.
Subscribed und sworn tu beforo me this 19th day of July, 1909.
DAVID h. PIJTEHSON,
Notary Public, Hist Judicial' Clicult.
not exceeding Two Hundred ($200.-1 dlnnnco Bhnll not bo applicable In
00) Dollars, or by Imprisonment for nny locnllly where the owners (it u
n term not exceeding thrco months, mnjoilty of tho lots which nro lt
or by both such fine nnd Imprison-.cited ns n wholo or In part within
ment. Ilvo hundred feet of such tenement
- . .. ...- .1.-11'. . ,.l .- -..r.1.
section 7. i Ills urilinanco sunn
tnko effect from nnd after tho date
of Its approval.
Introduced by Supervisor
D.ito of tntioductlon, July 19, A.
Tho foiegotng Ordinance was, nt
u regular adjourned meeting of tho
Hoard of Superiors of tho City and
County of Honolulu, held on Mon
day, July 19, 1909, passed to print
on the following Mito of tho said
Ajcs: Ahln, Aylett, Kane, Logan,
Qulnn. Total: G,
Absent and not Noting: Cox, Mc
Clcllan. Total: 2.
D. KAL.UIOKAI.ANI, .III.,
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
I3C8 July 22, 23, 21, 20, 27
ORDINANCE NO. 14.
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
THE ERECTION OR MAINTE
NANCE OF NEW TENEMENT
HOUSES IN ANY RESIDENCE
PORTION IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Hi: IT OIIDAINHI) HY THH I'HO
PI.H OK TI1K CITY AND COUN
TY OK HONOLULU.
Section 1. This Ordinance shnll
bo known ns tho "Tenement Ordin
ance." Section 2. Tenement Houso De
fined. The term "Tenement House"
in this Ordinance shall bo taken to
mean overy house, building, struc
ture or portion thereof, which in do
slgnrd for usa or nilnptod to hn used
or used as u dwelling by inoro thnu
thrco families living Independently
of ono another nnd having u com
mon right In tho Btalrwnjs, veran
das, jnrd3, wnter supply, or prlvleB,
or by moio than two families abovo
tho first story so lhlug nnd having
n right In common to uso tho con
A fnmlly living In n tenement
inuy consist of ono or moro persons.
Section 3, New Tenement Houso
Defined. An existing tenement
house is nny building erected ns a
tenement house or converted to such
uso or nltorcd for bitch use, or so
used beforo tho pnssngo of this Or
dinnnre, or nny building adapted
for such use, provided that u permit
was IbsiiciI for tho election of bald
building beforo tho pnsstigo of this
A now tenement houso hereafter
erected Is nny tenement houso other
than an existing tenement houso as
Section 4. Prohibiting New Ten
ement Houses tu Residence Dlstilcts.
It shall not ho lawful for nny p&rson
to locate, build, constiuct, maintain
or Keep u new tenement houso In
nny locality within tho City nnd
County of Honolulu in which two
thirds of tho buildings located ns ?
wholo or In part within Ilvo bun
dled feet of tmch tenement houso,
are dovoted or adapted to oxcluslvo
Provided, however, that this Or-
Jilj t'lflrtfr 'fil
mid - aftcrnoon faltofcMt
Due to banks nnd li.mk-
Hills panhlo 1.152.09
All other liabilities.... 3,203.92
Sncilo Hank, Mil., do solemnly
uru trito niiil,forrect to the best of
House, consent in wriiniK
location of such tenement lions'.
Said written consent shnll bo np
proved hy acknowledgment In llko
manner ns signatures to cone nines
ot real property nnd shnll bo filed
with tho Clerk of tho City nnd
County of Honolulu. It shall bo tho
duty of the Clerk to fllo said consent
nnd to keep n record In n hook to bo
culled a Register of Now. Tenements.
containing n brief summaiy of tho
contents of such consent. Tim
clerk may require such wilt ten con
rent to ho praparod In nccordanco
with nnd upon forms adopted or ap
proved by hint.
Section 5 . Any person who shnlt
lolate any of the provisions of this
Ordinance shall bo deemed guilty of
u misdemeanor nnd upon conviction
thereof shall ho punished by u lino
not cxiecUtng Two Htlndied Dol
lars, or by .Imprisonment for n term
not exceeding three months, or by
both such fine und Imprisonment.
Section fl. The (ontlnitnnco ot
nny loIatlon ot this Ordinance shall
ho n new offense for each day on
which tho sumo Is continued.
Section 7. This Ordlniinin shnll
tnko effect fiom and litter tho dato
ot Its tipptovnl.
Injrodikcd by Supervisor
D.itov of Introduction, July 20th,
Tho foregoing Oi dlnnnco was, tit
n regular meeting of tho Ilo.it il ot
Supervisors of tho City und County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, July
20, 1909, pnsscd lo print on tho fol
lowing nto ot thn said Hoard:
Ayes: Ahln, Ajlott, Cox, Kune,
Logan, Qulnn. Total: 0.
Absent and not wiling: MiClcl
Inn. Total: 1.
D. KALAUOKALANI, Jit..
Clerk, City nnd County of Iliiiuilulu,
43C8 .Idly 22, 23, 21, 20, 27.
CARNEGIE TOPS TAX LIST
WITH MRS. RUSSEL SAGE.
NHW YOHK, July 0. Andrew
Cnruegln and Mis, Hitssel S.igo nro
assessed as possessing $5, 000,000
worth of personal piopeity In New
Yor kClty on tho tolls presented to
the Hoard of Aldermen today.
John D. Hoekefoller'a personal
piopeity assessment Is $2,1100,000,
and that of seven member:! of tho
Vunderhllt family aggregates !$1,
310,000. J. Plerpont Morgan Is down for
$140,000, while tho cslato of tho
late II. It. Hogcis nnd William Rock
efeller nro each nsscssed nt $300,000,
AMERICAN GIRL WINS
PRIZE IN PIANO CONTEST.
PARIS, July 9. -r- Aline Van Il.ir
oulxon, mi American pianist, 11
old, has henu nwnrded first ptlzo nt
tho conscnatory ot music In tho
wnnion'B competition. Sho la tho
nuiii;cst person who ban over .re
ceded thli ptlin.
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