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EVEN1N0 niJIXBTIM. HONOLULU, T. II., SATIinDAY, AUO, 7, 1905.
ON FEBRUARY 6th, Judge Halsey, of Equity Court, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, handed down an opinion preventing Joseph
Boyer, President of the Burroughs Adding Machine Co., of Detroit, and his associates from gaining control of the Adder
This simply shows that the Wales is the best adding machine made or else Mr. Boyer and his associates wouldn't try to gain con
trol of the company that manufactures it.
They know how many advantages it has over other adding machines. And just to let you see also, the merits of the Wales, we
will let you give one a free 30-day competitive test. Use it for 30 days without paying a penny.
morn glnd ns anything lu get a let- more n vonce, so I vent. I nm
lor from you. Everything liy tliln'turiy I ent now, becnuso I found
city in ns usunl Including tier ell- - out dot I huff liccn shlcoplng all
mnto iind dcr Japanese hitters froniiwiong for dcr hint forty years, nnd
tier plantations, oniy ucr Japanese
were getting more nwny fiom vln
nlng effery day. I told you, Adolph,
labor don't enn bent capital In ills
vorld, und bo booh ns dene peoplo
vliaty belong to n nation what Is "go
, Ing to enlighten dcr vorld" get dot
fact through der skull der better It
ill be nil mound. I'crhnps dey vus
trying to enlighten der vorld In der
art off vlnning shtrlkos. Veil, dey
vlll miss dcr guess.
A gentleman vhnt lives In Ililo
says be enn't find anybody In dot
rlty who vas offer charged on dcr
Fourth of July, Veil, ninybe he
can't nt this Into dny. llosldes wo
was not shy any off der sports what
went offer to llllo. Doy nil enmed
back. Some off dem woro offer
charged when doy landed from dcr
steamer here, but of course der gen
tleman from llllo does not refer to
lot hind off nu offer charge. I vou
ch' r Iff ho expected to find bomo oft
our boys vondorlng around dcr vllda
off llllo bceklng whom doy might
bhtnnd off for a deck passage homo.
llllo I sa growing, sure. Der vas
n notitcnlilo Increase In der num
ber off Jupa who huff moved Into
ttiwn. I hnff been doro, Alodph,
und I lino wvlint I vns talking nbouts
It Iss n plnco vhero efforybody sits
down mlt n grunt, und your shoes
accumulate n cont oft mould before
morning. Hut, Bay, Adolph, don't
you offer breath a vord off ills out
side your own breast, becnuso llllo
thinks its "It."
I vent by n lecture vhnt vns tnlk
cd in dcr hall n veck or so ag,
Der Biibjcct vns "ajiloop," nnd der
tickets vas bo low ns 25 cents, I
thought thnt I vns a pictty goot
Bnoozer mine self, hut Iff I could
learn how to get nny more Bhlcep
for 20 qealn I don't would let op
joitunlty push dcr push button i
A CAMERA JOKE.
"Just tho samo, It's no snap," re-
marked tho man who seemed to be
"What's no snap?" queried tho In
nocent bystander who had overheard.
"Making a tlmo exposure with n
camera," explained tho nolay thinker.
Kuu. -- ---r.-- -....
Adding and Listing Machines
u mixes nio nearly nil nigm 10 gci
Into dcr sanltnry bow knot vot der
lcctuie man said vns dcr only proper
way. I don't can tell you all dot
ho said nbout tdileep, but I vlll told
you vhnt not to do, und It don't
cost jou 2fi cents. Don't Bhlcep on
der left side, becnuso It puts too
much pressure on dcr heart. Don't
turn offer on der right side, for der
lung on dot side don't get goot ac
tion'. For shlmmlncy sake don't got
on our stomach to shlcep, for den
you vlll shut off both lungs. If you
should accidentally get on your
back get off of it right nvuy quick
unless you vont to hit dcr nervous
bystcm mlt a shock. I don't know
what wo poor fellows nre going to
do nbout it. Vo can't Bhtnnd on
our head und shleep, becnuso It Iss
not nice for one thing, und It Is
difficult to keep covered in dot posi
tion. It nlso turns der bedding all
crooked. A great many horses
bhlcep Bhtnndlng up Iff dey don't got
bense enough to lie down. I think
dot Iss der only Bnfo vny for mo to
shlcep undor HKo conditions. If you
are very fat, Adolph, you had bet
ter Bit up nil night bo dot your ap
paratus ins4es can vork properly
mitout being clogged. If you find a
position vhen you Bhlcep vhnt I don't
know nbout you vlll told mo der
next time you write,
I seo by der pnpers dot Mr. Job
son vns tooked uvuy from der light
houso ship Kukul,- und somebody
clso vns going to run her. Mr,
Jnlison is going to bo given n Job on
n light ship. Veil, dot's a good
plnco to be, und besldea, 1ft ho Is
anchored far enough from shoro ho
vlll avoid nil worry off her shtriking
anything vhen she swings a round at
Veil, goot bye, Adolph. Como
"It Is a woman's lot to surfer In bI
lenco," sho lemarked.
"I should put It differently," rejoin
ed tho mero man.
"How, pray?" she queried.
"A Bllent woman Buffets a lot," ho
a.YilAAjiVA.twA '- i.'.
President of Osaka Merchants Ship
Company Says Strike leaders
Have Bad Name in Japan Has
After encountering pleasant
weather nnd a smooth trip from the
Orient, tho steamship Siberia,, Cap
tain Zeeder, arrived today, docking
nt the Uackfcld wharf at about 10
o'clock. She hi ought a few passen
gers fur Honolulu, among whom be
ing W. II. Mclnerncy, who has been
visiting In tho Orient. Others In
clude Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hi own,
well Juiown locally; Mr. and Mrs.
T. II. llolfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Crltchell, son and Infant, and Mr.
and Mrs. T. Field. In tho steorago
she brought foity-flve Japanese and
eighteen Chinese, who wero sent
over to tho Immigration Station for
Among tho through passengers Id
T. Nakahashl, president of tho Osa
ka Merchants Ships Co., nnd one of
tho grentest political writers in
Japan. He Is accompanied by K.
Salbahara, his private secretary,
While hero ho will bo tho guest of
Mr? Tokieda of the Yokohama Speclo
The Siberia will sail at 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning for San Francis
co. Among those who nro booked to
leave on her Is Lieutenant Comman'
der Moses, U. S. N. Ho will bo lie.
compunled by Mrs. Moses.
T. N'aknliashl, president of tho
Osaka Merchants Ships Colfl., and
ono of tho most Inllucntlal political
writers In Japan, Is going to tho
States ns a guest of tho Chambers of
Commerco of tho piinclpal cities on
the mainland. He is accompanied
by K, Shlb.ihnrn, his private secre
tary. Ho stated this morning on board
till Htnlinilll (llimiffll llld unnml n !.
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mm iiiu sumo iing'icnuers ncro nro
well known In Japan ns bad people,
Thoy nre not well spoken of In Ja'
pan, and the general opinion of tho
Japanese Is Btiongly opposed to tho
strike, which wns promoted by tlibo
Mr. Nakahashl Is nlfo president of
tho UJI Hlver Hloctilo Co., I,td,
president of tho Japan I. lino Nltto
gen Co,, Ltd., nnd nudltor of the
South Mnnchurlan Itnllway Co., Ltd.
and of tho Japan-China Steamers Co.
Ho Is nlso special member of the
Osaka Chamber of Commerco.
Mr. Nnkahnshl Is no wis years
old, and he Is visiting points of in
terest In the Ktatur. While in San
Francisco he will be tho guest of
tho San Francisco Chamber of Com
merce. Fiom thoro ho goes to sea
tho Niagara Falls, thence to Chica
go, Now Vork and Scuttle, where ho
uill join the rest of tho members of
the Osaka Chamber of Commerce,
who will go to Japan on tho steam
ship Mlnncsntn, direct from Seattle.
Mr. NnkahnHhl is n graduate, of tho
Toklo Imperial University, class of
1880. After his graduation ho be
came n Judge, which position he re
signed to enter the Department of
Agriculture and Commerce. In 1889
he wns appointed tho counsellor of
tho llureau of Legislation mid visit
ed Knglaml, France, Germany, Aus
tralia, Italy, Itussla nnd North Amer
ica mPtho luniiiilssloner of the I'nr
llumentury System In Kurope nnd
Among his recent essays may bo
mentioned the "Durability of Jap
'an's National Wealth.', "Against
Second War," "Mnniigcmcnt of Fi
nances and Conclusion of Fence."
'Continued from tiat t)
agreement, but that I.ano balked,
stating that ho would give ciuefill
consideration to It, bofoie ho would
bind himself to anything, I.ane
docs not want to bind himself under
written agreement, which might ef
fect his future,
Accoidlng to tho AchI followers,
It Is rcpoited that AchI Is not anx
ious to enter tho political fight
again, lie would rather remain out
of it altogether and devote all his
tlmo to the practice of law.
I.ane, on the other hand, Is Just
as anxious to by out again and tako
part lu politics. Ills lieutenant, N,
Fernandez, however, Is watching tho
signs of tho heaven, befoie ho ad
vises his chieftain to prepaie for
AchI aiul I.ano have not met per
sonally, but their Interests have
been binught to thoir attention by
go-betweens who are preparing tho
way fdr tho meeting. It Is admitted
by tho I.ano faction that AchI Is ono
of, If not tho sluowdost Hawaiian
politician In the Islands. On this
nrioiint .Limes fi lends are trying
haul to get him back to the llepubll
can pnity for the sake of Harmony.
AchI, when seen on the pioposl
t Ion had nothing to hay beyond, re
peating that ho would lather keep
out of polities altogether.
Oood Fellowship Is Exchanged Be
tween British Executive and
Americans on the Cruiser St.
Realizing the good fellowship,
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which cxisis uciwcon mo-Aineiirnii
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Him ...nil.,, .Mi.u-io, luv urn kii-
nr.tnp tn Bimn f-ni'u i.n ,.f ill., iiinul .
v.itu, ,,. .;.,,. t,,,c IJIIV wi .MIT iiiu.,
nntrivnliln ilniinna In Iwitwit- it fun. .
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tain (Heaves and the olflccis of the
IT. S, S. St. Louis, which arrived this
morning fiom Samoa. She made
tho trip in ten days, experiencing
When tho St. Louis left here boiiio
tlmo ago, she .visited Tutulhi, Suva,
FIJI, Samoa and other small Islands.
At each of these places sho nmed n
few days' stop. While in Suva, It
was reported that H, M. S. Powerful
would nnlvo thero beforo the St.
Luuls left for Honolulu. This did
not, however, materialize.
In tho absenco of Captain (Heaves,
Fxecutlvo Oincer I'rntto said this
morning thnt the ship will ho open
ed for Inspection by the public to
morrow ufternoon. When tho ship
will go to llllo, If at all, ho was not
in position to say anything nbout it.
After tho ship had docked und tho
lines fastened, Captain (Heaves call
ed nu Captain Itees, commandant at
the naval station.
SIEMSEN'S FUNERAL TOMORROW
Tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock, tho
funeral services over the remains of
tho late Chillies F. Slemscn, a former
icBldent or llllo, will bo held at St. An
drew's cathedral, Hev, Canon HI tup
son will ntllclntc, Ilelatlves und frlonds
of tho family nro Invited to attend.
Tho reremonles will bo In clmrgo of
IX)dgo No. 1, Order of Knuiehumehn.
tt k a n tt :t tt a a u st a a n n n
"Thero Is nothing In politics for
me," said AchI. "Last tlmo, I spent
alt my tlmo and cneigy for tho sake
of tho laboring class, but tho result
wns 'nothing.' "I deem It best for
mo to keep out of politics and de
voto my time to practicing my pro
fession. Theie Is more money in
prncllelng law, than fooling mound.'
"rolltliB Ib llko tho Japanese
btrlke." rontlnued he. "Whon n
I leader comes right nut In the Held to
j fight for tho interest of his labming
The melancholy days have como,
Tho saddest of tho year,
The prico of milk has riz so high
Tho babies must drink beer.
Many peoplo who hnvo grown up
lu a barrel liavo rcgielted that Fd-
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gar Allen roe ever drew tho hie.ith
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in inc. i nave never uccn nolo lo
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in, UMKIll lllllll Bl'O lIlilllllH llllll II
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,,1, ,,,i-,i t.in, viiiiiu muni iiiui Ulll-
r,ess with the Touch Divine. Hut
now i regret his death. He s needed,
for thcio Is n Btory afloat tliat will
bo waited on the wot Id unless n I'oo
writes It. A San Franclbco ship
builder lives sixty years a Ood-fcar-ing
life nnd tlirlfty and accumulates
out of his wnges one thousand nnd
six hundred dullais. Then ho draws
his money fiom the hank and ho
who nover touched n drop of liquor
went tho S"nrlet Way calmly, de
llbeiately without the excitement of
novelty evident, but tolling the bois
terous life with tho air of thoc who
lead a foiloru hope against a breach
well cunriled! nnd snH Hint "wllh
my last twenty I go" nnd ho wenl
by tho pistol routo when his last
roln wus broken over tho bar of a
clats, ho will eventually ho thrown.
"Look nt Mnhlno nnd other strike
lenders, they worked hnrd for tho
strikers, but towards the end, they
got left and are now getting nenrer
in j. in. iiu iuiuii nu tvimiu uicj
worked hnrd nro slacking back
"1 bellevo It Is belt to lot tho lab
orers struggle for their living, father
than spend my time talking nnd
shouting nt public meetings for
their benefit. Already some of tho
Hawaiian lahoieis ale coming to
me, telling me that they would glo
me their Mippoil at the coming elec
tion. "I am tired of theso promises and
I hope that I will be a'ble to keep
out of politics, even though I am
urged by my many friends to run
iitrnlti ,i lo ,,ltn! tlintn lit I'li.lnpv
at tho coming campaign."
TIl'TON. Ind, William I'. Mar
ker, assistant cnstilpr of tlm First
NnlIoml, Ilalll of T)toni hag ,Mp.
' lieareif. it till nn InveRtli-iiMnn Rlinwa
, ,,., ,, an jGO,000, besides tho
nlnolIlt f money on bond nt tho
close of business Saturday night, Is
missing, Tho bank has been closed
waterfront saloon. In the lack
, a I'oe let a nightmare picture tlnvij
, life's thought that rodo his Bhoul-
der like the ling of. the Hills and'
culminated In this the sanest fron
zy that ever was offered in Anlnrlrtl
nnd llacchus and a hundred others
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iiwiR unit aie poiueiy laiiucu by Hiq,
Tho Furopcnn cfrlsls is beromlns
more and more ncuto every moment,
Uncle King Kd refutes to go to Carls'.
bad und swish out his liver and Km
pcror Hill pulls a hair savagely out
of his mustache and calls his bo-
loved Undo an "old fool." Next? i 1
Lately wo have been putting IIo; I
nolulu barbers to tho test. Wo haver',
discovered that If we can nssiimo nn's
air even like unto tourist wo wlllO
be charged thlrty-flvc cents. If wo,
look like a kamaalnn wo nro only.
cliiugeil twenty-nvo cents. This for
a siinve. For face torture, hair cut
nml almll.ir Hilnc, i.n .iiff,.vnnnn in
pioportlonnte. Talk nbout consplrn'-''
cles, Too bad thnt stocks uiu out of
. SHEBA BLAMES.
(Continued from Pass 1) 'I
accompanying the editor in a friendly,
bplrll und then turning upon his miy
biiBpecuug viciini iiiui plunging a Kniro,
Illtn lilu limit'
Sheb.i bus u forgiving word for thosul
of tho Jupnnese who hnvo been honestt:
ly led Into tho belief that ho has no re-?
gard for tho best Interests of lils-pen-plo
In Hawaii, but states that tho nut-?
como or tho strike is all tho linllcn-
tlou that his Judgment needs.
Slieba cxpiessed his appreciation ofji
tho messngo of Bmpathy that was con
voj'ed to him from tho Japanese ofi
Muul tluoiigh tho K von I n g II it 1 1 c-'
l ' ' H said that ho belles thjtf
Ho has shown ho had a better Idea of j
till) best IlltereHt flf Ilia pillllltrvtminV
than did tho leaders of tho Higher!
Wngo Association. $
Sheba is looking as well as coujdj
bo expected and while he talks wltfij
bomo difficulty because of tho baniR
ages about IiIh head fltlil neek tlm nn!v
coiirngement accompanying tho ceitsn
Hon or tho strike nnd the vindication!
or his opinions on tho labor troubles
will also assist In his convalescence!
(from tho knlfo wounds by Mori. 'j