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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory
He subjects himself to be seen as
. trough a microscope who is caught
i a fit of passion. Lavater.
Docs It mean that under the Tcr
torlal statute the auto speeder will
.id the authorities too busy to give
Hawaii, hnlng liorome famed as
religious center, Its leaders might
!bw dCNotc n little attention to the
tospcl of Common Honesty,
No ono will he lilamrd for the
hug attack on Sheba, hut the scn-
hie community knows ory well
H'liom to hold responsible.
Honolulu Is still going ahead. It
R'ould merely moo aht much fnstcr
DC every citizen mid resident were
ttyorklng with the hoostcis.
Congress I no more pleased with
he prospect of adjournment than
lie dear people In whose behalf the
lembers hao been Blavlng.
Mori appears to hnc started right
jy attending the. public school, but
uio foil among a bad lot of associates
J IfVlien he broke Into business.
r:l l .
Japanese who go to work and
.eep hi. It arc doing their part to
. vln back the public esteem that has
. gieen lost In the last few weeks.
lw Some of Sllva's "Portuguese" smell
(,lke a brand of those unemployed
' ,' jthat Easterners are glad to tag with
- pny name so they get rid of them.
Admiral Scbrcc Is not likely to
have much time for play In hi
program for the men, Honolulu
.'should prepare to make tho most
Doubtless Mr. Schwerln feels that
he has all the passenger t raffle need-
td without adding wireless tele
graph as n special attraction for
" Krotn the asBcnibllng of warships
s In this vicinity It appears that the
? V.llnn.l mithnvlllna .Ia.i. V. n bII..1-
iin.iw.iiti numuiuiLa ,iiu oiiuu-
. Hon with more
concern than tho
Sweden, of all places, on the
verge of a revolution! Wo may next
expect Switzerland to be chafing
under the perfections of Its superior
If memory serves, they said that
the man who shot Honey was a fa
natic, but took good care to let him
fulfl the obligation of tho compact
that dead men should tell no talcs.
When tho doctrine of disregard
for the law is taught in most vio
lent terms eery day, tho only cle-
. ,ment of doubt Is when and whom
the agent of the agitation will
Jack Atkinson may look rldlcu-
fc, ,,lou8 chasing Russians out of Siberia,
but If ho mcrcomes tho Moloknn fi
asco he should be able to mako a suc
cessful run for Dolegato to Congress
ion the Democratic ticket, or even as
VMthc Civic Federation candidate.
For solid foundations and assured
results tho Investments offered In
Honolulu cannot bo equaled in any
city on tho mainland. What reason
jcuu mere uo ior senuing money out
of the Territory to help 111! tho
f pockets of promoters whoso only as
set Is a fair amount of flashy litera
ture telling a romance of wealth?
?fc . -. .
( C Tne nigh wage movoment has as
ltts sponsors disappointed nssasslns,
1 owners of obsccno prints, a fow
If ). pimps and every gambler In tho
(town. What further recommenda
rtlons are needed to bring the reput
able element among tho Japanese
Into outspoken repudiation of the
i outfit and equally vigorous counsel
for observance of tho laws of tho
Some of our best flnnncicis and
'syndicate organizers havo openly do-
) ciarea mu uiuim.h wu jum, wiihu
others who, apparently have not )et.OUS PLOT AGAINST THE GOV-,
'got rid of their surplus stocks, aro ERNMENT AND THE LAWS OF
optimistic In their talk and intor-, THE UNITED STATES. , I
views regarding tho prosperous con- As a climax this disciple nttended '
tnieied at the Pottofhrr at Houoluiu
u tnotnl clan muer.
AUQUST 4, 1909
dltlon of the country. It is worth
while noting thnt these gentlemen
public consumption when the
hi'i is uirpruitcuiug me lop anu incy
or their friends havo stocks to sell.
No one questions the truth of their
statements, nor docs anyone suppose
tltcni' to he put out from purely
philanthropic motives. Henry
Now what sort nf a man is that
financier who never tells a lie, but
docs not talk tho market up from
philanthropic mothcsT Isn't he In
tho Mime class with the individual
who tcnches class on Sunday and
scries out short weight tho other
jlx dn)s of the week?
FANATIC OR AGENT?
So it was n fanatic who struck
down Editor Sheba, and whose chief
disappointment Is that he made a
"poor Job of it" by not killing him!
So there is nothing whatever to
Indicate, that the murderous assault
upon Mr. Sheba by a delegate to
'he Higher Wngo "convention" was
not the result of a conspiracy.
These nro first excuses made in
the alleged American press of this
city to cover the trail of as vicious
a secret band of murderers and law
breakers ns ever graced any land
over which the American flag waves.
Of course the murderous "fanatic"
says that this act was tho result of
his own opinions Independently
farmed. Thnt is what assassins nl
Of course those who would profit
by putting out of life a man who
has stood on tho side of decency !
among the Japanese, rush to the
front and express their sorrows, al
most In visible tears. That Is tho
way with all conspirators. They
arc alwa)B honorable men.
Of course the soft-minded persons
whoso vicious hatred of the plant
ers causes them to view with equani
mity any direct or indirect blow,
however criminal It might be, fall
to see anything serious or even
plauslblo In tho connection between
the nsMssln's net and his associates.
Hate and revenge blind criminals.
Yet the fact Is that the tritil of
an assassin never led more directly
to the councils of an inner criminal
clrclo than does the blood thnt
flowed from Shcba's many wounds
trace straight to the secret con
elm ei of tho High Wago delegates,
among whom was numbered the
Let us not forget that this man
uits onro an emplo)o of the High
I'rlcst of tho Higher Wngo Society.
Who shall say that this disciple
was not originally ordered to Wal
luku to nsslst in tho agitation fath
ered by a Japanese editor hold by
tho authorities for sending obsceno
literature through tho malls?
On the call of the "convention" of
higher wage schemes ho come to
Hotiolulu nnd here Joined In the se
cret conferences of the organization
that hud .serious business on hand,
since Us leaders were defending
themselves In tho courts for viola
tions of law, and misguided follow
ers were deserting the "cause," fi
This disciple, like nil others, had
been taught that Sheba was tho
man blocking their way to golden
Iiy the progress of events
Shcbj had conio to represent and
opltomlzo the law-abiding Jupaneso
It should also bo recalled that tho
counsols of the "convention" wero
first promised to tho public. When
the delegates arrived, tho assassin
among them, tho plan was changed.
Discussions wore most carefully
guarded. A most 'perfect secrecy
surrounded tho deliberations of tho
Inner circle of tho conspirators
against tho progtess of Hawaii.
Tho atmosphere In which these
meetings wero hold was thick
with sodltlon, The surround
rngs were murky with bitter and
murderous denunciations nf men
thoy termed "unpatriotic" Jap
anese. Till; WIIOLH SCHKMK OK
aiiiu una ucc a uij.u-
Rose and Middle Sts-SB.R.
1068 Kaili Ave. . .'. .3B.R.
Union and Garden
Lane 3B.R.. 20.00
Pawaa Jet.. Alex, and
KingSts 2B.R.. 21.00
Kaimuki, Seventh Av2B.R.. 22.00
Waikiki (Camp Mc
Kinley) 4B.R.V 25.00
Magazine and Spences
Beautiful Bnncalow in Hakiki
porcelain modern piumDing; nam.
. . . . ...
"gj mosquiw prooi. wi ouxuu
rni-p Tpof nf
The Best is
and that's the
from 6 a. m.
to 11:30 p.m.
Are you sending one today 1
the trial of one of the Higher Wage
He heard n leader ftnto on tho
stand, under oath, thnt he lud at-
ways urged tho followers of tho
high wago movement to carefully I
observe the laws of the land In which
they live and proceed by peaceful
mean,. Did ho appreciate the irony
Who is to say how this testimony
on the stand tallied with tho re-' Aro we to understand that tho
marks of the leader' In tho secret leaders of tho Higher Wage con
conferences of tho two dn)s provl- piracy to destroy the great Indus
ous? try of the Islands so far as lay.wlth-
Why Bhould thnt counsel for peace In tho power of tho Japanese to do
spoken In nn American court bo the o, preached murder In their nc-
slgnnl for the dlsclplo nnd the delo- ceptcd organ and used soft words
gato nf the high wage propaganda and peaceful admonition in tho sc
or conspiracy to proceed Immediate- cret meetings of the Inner circle, of
ly down town, purchase a knife, which this murderous assailant was
Bhnrpcn It to a razor's edge, and n honored nnd trusted member?
thus carefully prepared nnd armed,' Does It appeal to common sense or
take tho shortest route to the man Is It the part of sonsiblo charity to
who had In season and out of season consider this man 'a 'fahatlc or an
uiged' all Japanese to obscrvo tho oducatcd nnd carefully picked as
law by acts rather than hollow- Isassln?
sounding phrases? WHY SHOULD Let ftI, Jul!tco )0 dono the sllu
THAT PACIFIC UTTERANCE OF nllon an(l tho danBcrolI8 mcn BmonB
THE HIGHER .WAGE LEADER MS Ule nj,cns of ,, ct '
tiiw ainVAT. ivin the nianim r . . ....
THE SIGNAL. FOR THE DISCIPLE
TO ATTEMPT MURDER?
WHO SHALL SPEAK WITH AU.
Among our "For Sales" we have opportunities for the small in
vestor as well as the one of laree means.., Bv wov nf nnmnlr m havn
ft i?00 property consisting of two
itiiuiijf iraira, we can sou uu as an investment or sell tne nouses
singly for homes.
An acre of land extending from the Diamond Head Road to beach,
with 100 foot frontage on beach. Price $3,500.
We have for sale leasehold interest in lot 20x90, Waiannenue Street,
HUo. Size of building 20x36. Best business location in Hilo.
Property at Pearl Citv, near Depot. Tantalus home for ono year
Cor. Fort and
HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY,
18.00,1245 LunalUo St....3B,R..
Manoa Valley 3 B. R. .
Bates St 7..2B.R.,
Elsie Ave and Young
1286 Beretania St...5B.R..
1257 Kinau St 5 B. R. .$55.00
1420 Alexander St..3B.R.. 60.00
1475 Thurston-Ave. .4 B! R
District:" 7 rooms: 2 bed rooms:
- .-.- i , .
sinx, toner, oaiin, etc; gas ior cook-
icci. xvcnn every raontn ior i.w.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
i we ouy and
Stocks and Bonds.
havp moncv to
on listed sucar
in i m "
Bishop fTrusc Co., Ltd.
Bethel St. Honolulu
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I HiT,L I.m3 HffiS
THE BECRET MEETINGS OF THE
i-ct us. not be deceived by an
equally criminal band disgracing the
honor of Americans.
(2) flve-room cottages in a locality
AUG, 4, 1909
Chauffer B'ackwell Miy
Be Prtfsecut d By :
Upholding Attorney Krank Thomp
son's contention that when a county
ordinance Is coveted In Statutes) of
the Territory, n charge under tho
ordinance docs not lie, Judge And-
rndo dismissed the caso against
Chnurreur lllnckwcll yesterday aft
ernoon. Tho caso against lllnckwcll has
been on the calendar at the pollco
station for sotne weeks now, and has
been put over timo after time. Ho
was charged with exceeding tho
Bpecd limit within the-clty. bounds,
as covered In section 14 of tho Coun
Judgo Andrndo", after much de
liberation, decided that the scotlon
wns covered by tho Territorial stat
ute, and, guided by a Supremo Court
decision in tho McCandless case,
discharged Hlackwell. - '
The Judge, commenting on tho
case this morning, said that people
need not think that chauffeurs nro
at liberty to travel at any speed
thoy llko through the city. Auto
mobile drlers who exceed th es'pecd
limit enn bo prosecuted under tho
Territorial laws, and this rnny yet
be 'done in HlackwcU's case. '
There havo been many convic
tions under section 14 of tho county
ordinance, and somo heavy fines
havo been paid by tho offenders,
who did not fight tho case as Hlack
APPEAL TO OAHu
Tho Honolulu llascball League Is
endeavoring to.re'vlvc Interest In the
national gamp. It Is comimsed of
)oung men from ovcry walk of life,
who nre giving their time nnd en
deavors without pny to this end.
There are considerable absolutely
essential 'expenses to bo met, and nn
appeal Is made to the peoptc of. Ho
nolulu to give their support h at
tending tho games and 'contributing
their small quota to this end. f Do
not let our great game languish; nnd I
bo relegated entirely to tho lesser I
If this seuson Is supported, teams
from abroad will bo brought hero
and n'cwx life given our national
Do not presage ill success, but
come forward and by your assistance
make failure Impossible.
We ask for the support of the
pcoplo of Honolulu, and o know
thnt we will rccclvo It. ""
THE HONOLULU IIASEIULL
Five of tho best known and care
ful chauffeurs In the city have start
o stand ot their own at tho corner
of King and lllshop streets. Tho
now concern will ho known as tho
Independent Auto Stand, and will
comprlst the following experts: W.
II. Ilarrub, Mulck; Jim Harrub, Max
well; Jerry Roonoy, Packard; Frank
Lewis, Kissel; J. A. McLeod, Thomas
Flyer. Theso nion, need no Intro-j
ductionto the public,,, but wish to
have It understood that in their new
venture promptness, ". courtesy and ,
reasonable prices will prevail. Tel
CITY DADS DO LITTLE BUSINESS.
Tho Supervisors at their last meet
ing last nlRht did tittle moro than at
tend to tho usual routine business,
pass tho pay rolls for thp Road depart
ment, and listen to tho report ot tho
commiucrs wno nun uoummk, as n crs. Also in a tour unions tho desert
rule, to report. ed seats Of IcainliiR lio discovered n
Tho pollco committee tended a list poor man. who was Janitor of tho Con-'
of those who had been awarded tho tral Grnmmar School, fubslstliiB on ni
contracts for supplies for tho Honolulu meio$lS a mouth, Simiiy Jim, llko.
jail. -J lioso wero Henry May & uo
I-owls & Co., II, Hackfcld & Co., Chang
Chan, K. L. Kuual, and tho McCIicb- ,
noy Coffco Co. ChatiB Chau got tho
Those Arnold Goods
Iff HOW HUtf
td run tiu. '
E H LE R S
Lawyer and Supervisor
bandy Chaff And -Worse
"Wo are hero to do our duty and
not llttcit to a paid lawyer." j
So Biiako Suttonlsor Jim Oiiinn Iaat.
night at tl.o lloatd of Supcnlsors
meeting and l'alrlck Homy went niiJ
look n luck scat. This, hercalter, U
to bo the catch word of Illicit)',
1 his wnii ono of many noabl compll
ments that roamed at largo when th'i
Supcnlsor and W. T. Ilawllns mixed
In verbal affray on tho question of
hack standB. Rawlins was there to
represent several chauffeurs formerly
cmplo)ed by tho City Auto I.ivcry
and who wished to establish hn Inde
pendent bland on lllshop street, be
twech King and merchant.
Qulrm wished to havo Ihc matter
referred to tho proper committee hut
Hawllns dvm.indcd an Immediate deci
sion as tho supposed ordinance hail
been declared void by Judgo Andrado
and there wa no ordinance at present
covering the question. In consequence
ha denianded that the Board toko Im
mediate action on it nn it had no
right to hold it up. Logan then sug
geslcd that they oto them u tempor-, notonlvlnn,,ownfan,lly,butalsotbal
nry pcimlsKlon to occupy tho stand at of ,,: of my fren(1,, An,i wod
tho place named and pass on the quca-l Cherrfully recommend thonioof l'oru.
Hon In commlttcfl and take action at ' n M i certainly do endorso your med
tho next meeting. This wai tho mo iclnc."
Hon eventually passed and tho "paid Catarrh of the Stomach,
servant of the people," on Ilawllua r .io,0pii Hchuler, It. 3". 1). "o. 1,
dubbed Qalnn, and tho "pild lawyer." 1VI Latty, Ioa, U. H. A., writes: "I
as Qulnn dubbed Rabins, stopped ex
fh-irlty made n touching appeal lact .
night to the noard or SiiperWsors audi
peeled $225.00 off tho general fund. I
Tho Associated Chnrltles of Iloiiolulti '
silffnre.1 not nn.1 XI00 slmn.pnn.
nwarded to-lt In hopes that broad cast
on tho waters will return and gladden
tho hearts of the generous committee
thnt allowed It. The l.oalil Homo was
ghen IIZj for the can- of fhc pitlents
Tucked In between tho two was tho
office rent $2."0. Funny how that got
In tho charity list
185 editorial remt. 250 bus!
neaa office. These irr tr telep int
lumhm of thit Bulletin ntfie
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Fort Street. 0pp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Manna-
lade. Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
1 84 Hotel St. f hone 1110
onion Item; tho rest dhldcd It up be
Sunervlsor Oulnn mndn n nlon for
licttcr behoof yurds now that their up-
( keep has devolved upon tho city fatli
r. hik piotectlvo iiiikcI, mado n speech
nnd tho poor man got n lalsu of J3 a
month und will bo gUcu tho extra $5
that ho didn't, get last month.
THE "ARNOLD" KNIT ANTISEPTIC
Beyond question these arc tho
acme of perfection for baby's com
fort and health, causing no irrita
tion. The highly absorbent quality
of the fabric and the loose, non
binding formation of the garment
make tljem an ideal garment.
Price $2.73 to $4.00 doz.
IJV lyiY FAMILY
"j'Have Used Peruna-at Various
Times for Several Year"
I Recommend Peruna, t
Mr. Edward M. Ilurtt,6N. Jefferson
Avc.,8t.IiOtil, MlKsourl. U.S.A.,
writes i "ItsfTords mo much pleasure
to announce that Ihavoucdynurmcd-
I Iclne at various times for several years,
m.1 tl.alll l.n iflvnn iiflrAkallftfiinllnn.
think It is my duty to Icllyou what yonr
medlelno has dono for me. It lm
cured me Ot catarrh of the ttomach of
twcnlylhu years' standing. Many
thanks for yonr kind medical advice."
reruns Is hand V to keen In the house
all the year round. It is good for the
colds of wlntcr.it Is good for the roUy
ailments of summer. It Is good for the
tranirtlir un.l the grandchild. It U
The following wholesale diunl3t
will supply the retail train:
llenson. Smith & Co.. Ho',lu,n'
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
TELEPHONE 2S1 1
if We-ffct-the bulk of this work be-canse-of,onr
superior facilities for
handling it and onr reasonable
crices. We do all kinds of hauling,
however, and arc looking for more
Drinks Ink like a camel.
t - Buy one at
We carry all styles and siz
es.1 $? :50 upwards.
H;F.,Wichman & Co.
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