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EVENING nDU.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. 11., TIIUI13DAY, AS'd. S, 1909.
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.AUGUST 5, 1909
In peace there's nothing so becomes
As modest stillness and humility.
Honolulu should be specially arm
cil with on ue for the man who
. "Look out, were botlcrlng on i
for criminals who aim to command
by the boldnc3s of their crimes.
Should the Higher Wage ARSocIn
Hon resolve In voluntarily declare
Itself disbanded and defunct, the
leaders would make n showing of In
telligent regard for the Japanese
community that would make the
good Judgment Indicated by calling
1 the strike uff seem real.
ATTENTION! YE RENTERS
Fort St 2B.R.
Rose and Middle Sts-SB.R.
1068 Kaili Ave 3B.R.
Union and Garden
Pawaa Jet.. Alex, and
KlngSts. v 2B.R.. 21.00
Kaimuki, Seventh Av2 B. R. . 22.00
Waikiki (Camp Mc
Magazine and Spences
MOOjWaialae Road 2B.R.. 30.00
18.00,1249 Lunalilo St....3B.R.. 30.00
Manoa Valley . . . . . .3 B. R. . 39.00
Bates St 2B.B.. 38.00
20-00 1 Elsie Ave and Young
St 4B.H. . 4U.UU
1280 Beretania St...5B.R.. 40.00
1297 Kinau St 9 B. R. .$99.00
1426 Alexander St..3B.R.. 60.00
1479 Thurston Ave. .4 B. R. . 60.00
Let oiir thoughts be of ways unci
means to help Honolulu grow It
is better to boost than knock.
The California may not be much
In look at, but It will play a gie.it
part In making Honolulu hum.
llrlng on the navy at record
speed. Honolulu offers a haven If
they arrive out of breath and le
freshment If the) ttie thirsty from
the trip. I
Beautiful Bungalow in Makikl District; 7 rooms; 2 bed rooms;
porcelain modern plumbing;, bath, sink, toilet, basin, etc; gas for cook
ing; mosquito proof. v Lot 90x90 feet. Rents every month' for $29.00.
Price $2500 Easy Terms
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
TERRITORY IS NOW
Hangs Out Real Estate
Sh.ingb'.To S'el( '
Fine Lands .
Territory of Hav:;!l
Ileal Ktnte Dealers. 1 12..
Honolulu people. Including some
of the "conscrntle" financiers,
should overcome the tendency to be
little the prospects of enterprises
whose stock Is offered on the local
market. They should boost for the
Though they think they are head
ing off a boom, and preventing the
unwary from being "bitten," they
are, as a matter of tact, driving
money out of the Islands, nctunlly
driving It Into the lap of smooth
mainland promoters whose lttoruture
reads well, whose "word" Is a Joke,
whose asset Is a shoe string and
whose business it Is to catch these
same guileless ones when the local
conservative would "protect."
It Is a fact that the poorest en
terprise represented by the cheap'
! A giy persistent rumor has
I taken shape us regards the much
guessed nt Kapaa land deal. In
official rlrcl'-s today It was vvlils-
-f pcied that the Icabc of thu South
Othcmi lands In thu Kupaa Ills-
trlct vvltl shortly be nderllsed
by tho Department of Public
Lands ,a rumor which was nolth-
er denied nor affirmed nt head-
f t tm
GOOD SIZED. PAYROLL
If anybody doubts that Honolulu
has a largo labor payroll -for the size
of thu city, Inquiry nt the County
Auditor's office will quickly change
that view. Yesterday Auditor lllck
nell and his cloiks paid out over $11,
000, Including 400 warrants to laborers
employed by the county and city.
These warrants covered tho month of
est stock on the Honolulu market "" "'. auueu 10 mo ;j,uju re
today Is a hundred per cent better. "". 'altl lm for. ?ula'lt-,1 mcer
' , , ' .., ...... and clerks employed by tho city nnd
;.uu n uu.oiu.ei K..n....cuU .: colimj.f nlnk i3ifioo, n pajroll for
luvcsinieni whcii luiiiihuimi ihi (-- one month that Is not to ba blushed at.
projects "conservative- imancini men Mr Illcknell said this morning It was
force the small Investors Into be- tho largest he has ever had, and every
cause of a desire to bo not too en- department Is viorklng n full quota
thuslastlc over that which may not r mi1
have twelve per lent dividends In-
mediately In prospect. FA P AIARU
Our people Bhould get In the habit I flLUL ftLllilJI
of, stating this. fact. i
A miFo alarm or lire was turned lu
TUp Tpef n"f bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
The Best is
Where the Crowd Goes
and that's the
from 6 a. m.
to 11 :30 p.m.
I .We buy and
Stocks and Bonds.
We have money to
loan on, listed sugar
Are you sending one today t
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Tho Det.irttticnt of Pub'.lo WorttS
has1 derided to go Itjto til tinnlnrss
announced by the above t'ox nnd pic
sent tho peoplo of Honolulu and lilt
wall with tio choicest land, In tho city,
always of course at' a nurn. wltldii
Pas the Territory's guanui'en tl lio
On August'SOth tho department will
sell the Walnkn lots, said to bo the,
best as residence sites of any within
easy reach of tho city. They arc sit
uated at the turn of Ilcretanla street
nro high lands, well drained and with
city water In ensy reach from tho
Ucretanln street main. They hre
worth from $160 to $1000nnd there
will be many bargains secured at the
auction. , i
On the 9th' of this month will bo'
sold the lots In the flats of Makikl
vallev and later the lots at the end of
Makikl,, street. They nro subdividing
them now ready for sale. The lots arc
high and command a view of the en
tire city from tho waterfront to! Dia
mond Head and Marston' Campbell
claims that they are tho flnc&t prpcnr-,
able. ' ' J
The last lKlhluture ruled that por
tions of the proceeds rulliM "from
such snles may bo used by tho Super
intendent of Public Work for street
work and Mr. Campboll will take ad
vantage of thin to use tho permitted
amount In opening new strict and fix
ing old ones in these dlslilcH.
It Is the policy of the rtnu.ir'ninnt
according to Mr. Campbell this morn-.
Ing to open and place on Dip market,
all lands around Honolulu that' ar7
suitable for relenro lots. Ths Is
a first step In that linn. ,
All the lots In the two tracts men
tioned will he sold clear from build
ing restrictions. '
S ft 7, A li ft N T
Teetli preserved to middle age
, are pretty sure to last out one s Ufe
time. The greatest known pre
servative q! the teeth and,1 purifier
of tnev mouth is Sozodont Liquid.
' It 'penetrates the minutest crevices
of the teeth destroying the deadly
mouth acids. Jts .antiseptic effect
in the mouth is most .lasting, t
Benson, Smith Co , Agents
Euiest to clean7"
No trouble with' doors.
Uses leut ice; .
Theo. H. Davies fe Co.,
Ltd., ' .
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We get the bulk of this work be
cause of out superior facilities for
handling 'it and our reasonable
prices. We do all kinds of hauling,
v however, and are looking for more
fldenct) In Consul-denerul Uyeno, a
movement be started to Cnducc tho
Foreign Office to send him elsewhere.
11. That In reference to the ques
(Continued from Fuze t)
tit til ii is nli tt ttmuM iifiillns. ttlifitltil (
pet mealed with the same tp.ut and "on of nmhorlty over resident Japan
that they thould all work toother to . cue. such ns Is Involved Jn tho'unlaw-
Mil ueieniion oi japuuese suujeciB uuu
unlawful entrance Into private houses
and tho seizure of property, u-memorial
bo drawn up, signed by tho Jap
anese resldepts and forwarded for pre
sentation to (ho Imperial Diet.
12. That In matters In which their
work of making rules and transacting a''' 'a needed, a movement should bo
preserve order nnd to promote the wel
faro of society and to further tho In
terests of laborers.
4. That In order to effect the or
ganization of tho I-nbor Association
an Organizing Commltteo bo appoint
ed, and that to this Commltteo tho
all business connected with the form
atlon of the Association shall bo en
trusted. 6. That proper stcpi shall bo tak
en, ns the necessity arises, for satisfy
Ing demands made for higher wages.
it. Sick lHTsous pud women who
started to Interest tho members of tho
Japanese Du.-t throughout thu whole
Tho above resolutions were all
passed on August 4th at a big meeting
of Delegate from all the Islands.
It was further resolved that. In ac
are" not In a condition to travel cm enrdnhco w(th tho ohovo resolutions
lloost for vudr own Industries.
Tell peoplo to buy
I'd STRIKE LEADERS' LATEST.
from bux !)'! m tho (iiiiiim of Wilder
nvuniio and Pensacolu nt 11. Hi this
tiioiulng. Tho Makikl fire hrlgado
tuiuei! out, but theio vvus nothing do
ing In tho way of fire. It Is thought
l.n. . ... l.r... ..I 1 n I..1.- -..
Resolutions passed by the Higher - ;,- '7J aflTrm b was
Wage Association advising Japanese opt,ni nil tha glasi( urok(;n when Ule
ttrlkers to return to their work on jiollco an I veil on tho scene,
the plantations of this Island will Chief Thurston was on the spot in
till a part In relieving the tension quick tlmu but as no trace of a flro
tonsenuent to the Industrial UP- c.0"1'1 ',0 discovered, ho ordered tho
heaval attempted during the three
months Just passed. i
To say that the Injury done by tho
fit emeu li.ri' to the stall j i
organization Is fully repaired by tho
final conclusion of the leaders would
bo to stato u flabby falsehood, de
ceiving no one.
It la Hue, however, that the com
munity spirit of charity
enough to prevent any
(Continued (rom Tase 1)
tlons lire luiniled,. raw sugar will bo
ns high ns 4.25 In the next few weeks.
The gratifying stato of affairs was
reflected In the local maiket and alko
Is bioad aan rrunclsco, Hawaiian Commercial
bickering "'ached tho highest figure at which It
not of courro letHin to work, He
solved that tho II. W. C. Society sup
poit such temporarily am) help them
to find employment later an.
7, That furthei contributions bo
asked for throughout the islands.
8, That all expenses involved lu
the movement so for and all legal
costs bo met by drawing from tho
fun provided by tho subscriptions sent
In from tho various Islands.
9. That the delegates from the dif
ferent Islands shall regard themselves
as responsible for collecting money
10. That, since wo have no con-
the delegates should during tho night
inform tho strikers that they.were ex
pected to go to work" nnd tliat Instruc
tions should be given to tho officers of
tho Society connected with tho planta
tions where strikes havo occurred to
lend all assistance possible to, thoNnen
who are returning to their work.
, It was arranged to hold, another
meeting on Thursday tho Sth Inst, at
2 p. in.
The Industrial Edition of .the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, B0 oenti at B n 1
'ttn office. ,
(Continued from Pace J)
There were few. quarrels between Office Fort Street.
uig.buiiuaci luuaf uqtlliu welt!, Jfc- I
leruay, nnu wnai -extras din jpasj
between them was, more qf a.cytilcul
nature than erBonal, , I
Little Information was addrd lith'tt
regarding tho actual facts of tho al
leged conspiracy but tho oxamlnMlon
to which the prosecuting 'attorney
submitted Negoro was probnbjy the
most grilling on record In that court
room and the witness squirmed under
the flro of questions muny times.
Kinney got tho cut (or tho nature
of his "remarks" early during the
rross-oxamltiatton when I.lghtfoot ent
ered an objection on a technical point
and his argument mentioned biblical
authorities and comparisons.
"I don't blamo tho learned counsel
for quoting from the Bible. They
say all sorts of people quotq fromjthe
scriptures," was Kinney's only coun
ter argument and the decision finally
went to mm.
When the examination became ex
tra gruelling Negoro took refuge In
tne suoiettes of the Japanese latihungn
and the Impossibility of expressing
the oriental thought Into tho "King's
In this uttompt ho took to classlfy
Ing all tho throats against Sheti.i' and
the mockery 'of his condition "prlnlml
by the JIJI as ''funny." TCIunj' im
mediately took him, up on the point
and thereafter the examination con
fined Itself in 'determining "vhy" It
was funny, Negoro .found it very
hard to explain.
Negoro stated that the condition or
anxiety and fear of. life in uhicl spo
ba was living was pretended urd con
sequently ridiculed by the JIJI.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Cot
0pp. W. O. Irwin & Co.
vr wii.thnr laiwirlnu mpn would "" over been sold on tho Ban Fran
have come to their senses and re- cks ng' sot on'Thn &S
turned to work, regardless of any c)fC(, IImrkot th8 lnrnBi arsi)
declarations from leaders whom they blocks being transferred at 33. This
had followed Into a most distressing represents 132 of tho old par vatuo
situation. and 128 Is thu highest tho stock ever
Let that phase of It be forgotten. wc,lt nt "o height of tho boom, lu
t furthermore, the credit due every Sa" j?nn;l6nc 'Vva? M for Honokaa
,',,,. ,,. , ,, , ... and 4C bid and 47 asked for Mukavvell,
law-abiding citizen and resident for T)l0 ,,, Mmtlm wa ap
following the dictates of decency etlt 0 IltIl0 ,ocnl exchango this morn-
bhould be sufficient to satisfy any ng, where business opened actively.
ii ml all ongaged In the 'struggle to Wnlnlua Is continuing Its advance
preserve peace. selling tlilb, forenoon ut 109.50 and Is
One thing In particular should J0? "''l' at ,1,10' aliu ls BfB '
not Im fnrcrtten- 32.12V4. Hawaiian Commercial icachod
not be rorgctten. 3,76 nna a
The past three months havo been nt 3030g T)llrtecIl null(lrC, Blmr(!S Qf
marked by the most flagrant viola- oiaa sold yesterday qftornoon nt 4 00,
tlons of our laws nnd by hideous 3 n Indication of the pooplo turning
schemes to destroy not only hide- to tho less expensive stocks. Mcllryilu
pendence of personal thought nnd
lictlon, but the lives of those assert
ing such Independence.
Full .penalty must be paid by the
men, rtisiionslble for theso crimes.
Let there he no surrender to a
tvreak ahd morbid sentiment gulsed
as charity, hut fostered for tho pin-
pose of gaining u loophole for thu
guilty to escape,
iilro sold on tho board today at 3 874.
Strlko reports havo had little to do
with tho market as tho strlko linn
been considered as finished over sluco
tho immigration plans began to take
shape. If the Japanese do not want
tho work others will tako it.
monp; our "For Sales" we have opportunities' for-the small in
vestor as well as the one of large meani. ' By wov of example, we have
a $1,200 property consisting of two (2) five-room cottages in' a locality
readily rented. We can tell this as an investment or tell the houses
singly for homes, ' -
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send ; one to your
friends. Poha, (hutney,
Guava Jellyiraud Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
Marmalade' xw, N
J 84 Hotel St. . -'IVPhone 1110
' 8TAET-A SAVmO ACCOUNT.' '.
BANK OF HAWAII, 1TD. '
i. i i
tlon by Mghtfcri Mils morr.lut vn re-
Tho . carding the variances In" trni'slalloiiK
nnxlety of his family bo. elaborately and the exact shadings of tho elaborate ;
coinmeniea upon oy we, paper was Japaneso metni hors; Sucn phrases us
also, "sort of eh rlalculguB finuy " . "get rid of tilenl. "noxloifi Insects"
Article after article , Kinney DickeJ UtrnnslntcObv Sheha ns 'vluora't.
from tho translations that havo been sycophants.' etc., were considered, Tho
" "v "a ru mu cun- uetonso count noi pin a strictly ravor
domnlng statements In them nnd to ablo aspect, o nthe mand the impres
each Negoro answorf-d ','Tliat they slons obtalied were ovldently neutral,
wore meant tojuo fuyny aiiTu tldlc I As expected Bheha formed tho prliii
ulous presentation of assumed or pio-.clpal "artklo of discussion," the mln
tended emotions. uto Kinney took tho floor. " The ques-
"And Is this, too, from tho 'fiinnv tlons .' neat ly , always confined them
column' of the NIpu Jljj;" Kinney , selves to him, why the JIJI attacked
would ask suddenly at timos, llubhlng . him, otc, and there was always' tho
an article ut Negoro and .the witness ' suggested connection with tho stab--would
Brjulrra a bit and'try lo pick out . blng affray, , '
KAALAWAUfeACH. t '
An acre of land extending from the Diamond Head Boad to beach,
with 100 foot frontage on beach. Price $3,500,
We have for sale leasehold interest in lot 20x90, Waianuenue Street,
Hilo. Size of building 20x36. Best business location-n Hilo.
Property at Pearl Citv, near Depot, Tantalus home for one year
The Billy News-Democrat of Sill
phur Okhihonu hilius out llm nam'
of Judge C. A Oalhralth js u can.U-
dilit fur llm Ilnti.npt- ill.. Tijiiiii.i.iii ,n
rx wvo jor ino uouar niusi m-i ,, Governor of Oklrhom i The Hill-
i warn the nubile conscience that our ijmr Imimiii ..ii.inrmm. Mm
R' n'eooln 'shall 'cease to demand rcsooct . .' jnoi
'. " forthe dignity of this country, ice- 185 editorial rooms 250 busr'
l ; o'gnltloh of the privileges of citizen- ne office. These are tha telephont
- ship and residence, and full Justice pumseri of the Bulletin offlea.
Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets.
Its funnyi poln'n. The .laniluutlm
while barren', of points in lovor 'f the
prosecution, wasiyery.dramaf.o nnd the
impression It created was to tho dis
advantage of tho defense ;
Tlio last, part of tho'dlmct. cxivnlua-
Chicago won from Detroit today ou
the City lot by the sco'ro or 8 to 3. This
makes two games each In 'the series
for tho Bulletin trophy; Six more
games remain to ho flayed,
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Bay one at
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BosWn'Brown Bread. -r--Leave
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