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EVENtNQ THILLETIK, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, AUG. ?, 1909.
DAILYand WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO , LTD
At 120 King Strset, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday of each week.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Wallnce R. Pwrrlrmton, - Editor
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CIRCULATION LAROEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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The noblest motive is the coun
try's good. Virgil.
Honest American tabor ran Unit
nothing In common with criminal
ngltntlon unci murderous thugs
It Is ck-iir th.it the alliance with
crime iitlll prevails in some section
nf tlic iiIIcrciI American press of t'.u
Having failed to vvieck Ihu main
Industrv of Hawaii, art tin- courts
of Justice now to lie the center of
Nolo from what quarter conies the
effort to belittle the threats con
tained In murderous messages to
superiors of liw anil order.
Resolutions iasxeil h) the Higher
Wage Asoclatlon show no chelation
from the determination of certain li
responslble .liii.inese to run this
Territory If thej can
Han crime Mich u grip on Iho
throat of Justice In Honolulu that
i.ellaiit murderers may depend on
weak or drunken Jurors for the
irobalitllt of escape?
Should citizen workmen apply for
cane contracts similar to those
granted the Japanese there should
he no hesitation In putting the citi
zen labor Into the fields.
President Taft's npology for the
tariff Mil will make Aldrlrlilsm let-s
attractive anil l.a Toilette, llover
tdgo and their associates prophets of
the future ItepubllcunlMii
What necessity Is there for delay
In the trial of a man who has made
n murderous assault on n law-abiding
resident? Is actual murder to
bo fostered by the law's delay?
Honolulu 1st growing steadily, car
ried forward by the ordinary march
of ocnts, It will double the speed
when the knocker forgets to knock
and everjone cultivates the boosting
I.cst )ou forget, there's nothing
better In any Investment market
than la nlwnvs at hand In Honolulu.
No cither clt under the Hag offers a
brighter prospect for Increasing
juosperlty and steady growth.
Japan's positive declarations to
China were no doubt presented to
the forolgn ofllces of Europe nnd
America long before they wero made
known to the public. And that
might well be another reason why
the Japanese government views with
disgust the Inopportune moemcnt
of Japanese Agitators and their
It Is about line the citizens of
Hawaii waked up to the fact that
they aro In the midst of one of the
most vicious conspiracies to over
throw American Justice that was
ever attempted. The murderous'
minded ones are merely the outcrop
ping results of the undercurrent that
Is working to overthrow Justice and
make of the law a farce.
If Kalniukt people want a school
house they ought to hae It, Hut
it is hardly probable that such de
mauds can bo properly met until the
public funds for education are so
cuied through n specific tax for cd-
ucaUonnl purposes, this tax to be
levied accoidlng to the needs of the
various Islands. Too muih of the
money Hint should go for education
1h lost In the. shuffle of trading on
the appropriation bill.
When Honey was struck down In
San Francisco by nn assassin, out
raged Americans acted ns a unit In
voicing: their protest against govern
ment by assassination When Shebn
was Btruck by n would-be assassin
how many Japanese Jumped to his
rescue and how many meetings havo
been held by the leaders of the Jap
an eso colony to put these people on
1 coord before the world as condemn
lng and doing tiielr utmost to pre
vent the domination of this city and
Territory by murderous thugs j
"Hut If they want to arrest us let
Per Sl Montna .80
Per Veer, anywhere In U.S 1.00
Pet Year aurherc In Canada ,, I. Bo
Per Year poatiialil, foicieti a. (Ml
Gnterrd t the ltoiT.ce at Honolulu
, ircotul-claM matter.
AUGUST 7, 1909
them brliiK their policemen nnd sol
ders to arrest the thousand men
whom t sec befoie me tonight, nnd
n prctt time they will hne to do
Head this Introductory remark of
the strike campaign Contemplate
the eU'iittc that have followed, and
then form jour opinion as to what
the man responsible for It Is doing,
ns an olllcvr of nn American court,
to uphold law nnd order and pro
mote among an alien people respect
for our nation.
"If the planters trj to force the
laborers out of their home, the la
borers must light, eeu reortlug to
lulence to piotect their families.
Japanese must manifest the name,
spirit of unlt and determination in
the present struggle as their fellow
countrymen have shown In their wnr
Think nf It. Such advice ns this
given to nn alien people by an o Ul
cer of an American court, when the
aliens thus urged to light left their
work voluntarily and had no claim
whatever on tho planters or the
home provided by the planters.
COPPER-HEADS AND CITIZEN
Is Hawaii earning tho reputation
of having nn appreciable coppcr
:ead clement In Its midst?
We huve heard from so many
quarters of u hostile undercurrent
In this community against the strike
prosecutions based upon nnlmus
against the plantations, that we
commence to wonder whether or not
Honolulu Is going to win the ill rep
ute of n copper-head community of
the same order that disgraced the
nation in the Civil War.
It is urged In cold blood, so it Is
said In certain quarters, that It Is
for the interests of mechanics nnd
citizens generally of Honolulu that
the strike prosecutions should fall,
and that by so doing In some way
citizen labor will be Introduced Into
the plantation mills which will not
get there If law and older aio icc
ogulzed, nnd convictions obtained
where the evidence vvarinntH It We
do not see anj connection between
the two propositions,
We believe citizen labor Is going
to figure more nnd more on the pay
toll of our plantations, neither be
cause the strike lenders nie con
victed, or because they are not.
These prosecutions, In our Judg
ment, have no bearing whatever up
on the Issue as to the class of labor
to be cmplojed on the plantations;
to untenable In fact is that conten
tion that It raises the suspicion that
In the final annlvsls It will be found
that Japanese money Is being spent
freely to engago runners to go In
nnd among the mechanic element of
this city to put up such talk. The
question of wages and employment
follow tho omnipresent law of sup
ply and demand. Asiatics are now
shut out of Hawaii permanently.
The number of Japanese ITnd Chinese
In Hawaii is dropping away at tho
rate of four to Ave thousand a year.
Their places lmo got to be supplied,
and In the main must como fiom ele
ments going to make up a citizen
This factor alone will bring citi
zen labor Into employment on the
plantations more nnd more whether
the plantations desire it or not, and
It Is suicidal as woll as contempti
ble for any man to lend his ear to
the proposition that law nnd order
are to be tin own down and false and
perjured verdicts must be rendered
to piomote tho Intorests of mechanics
ami the working clnbs among our
Disorder, loss of confidence In our
local Juries, tho III reputo to Hawaii
of being unable to cope with open
lawlessness within our borders will
bo a pretty heavy prlco to pay for
tho fiction that tho plantations nto
going to ho any moro ready than
heretofore) to employ citizen labor
whoso tlilof recommendation would
be that In tho courts and In Juries
nnu in mo community they have ad
vocated opon perjury upon tho part
of Juries who uio accepted upon
their assuranco that they will dis-
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Rose and Middle Sts.OB, R.
1068 Kaili Ave 3B.R.
Union and Garden
Pawaa Jet.. Alex, and
Kalmuki, Seventh Av2B. R.
Waikiki (Camp Mc
Magazine and Spences
Beautiful Bungalow in Makiki District; 7 rooms; 2 bed rooms;
porcelain modern plumbing; bath, sink, toilet, basin, etc; gas for cook
ing; mosquito proof. Lot 50x90 feet. Rents every month for $25.00,
has been installed
at the Alexander
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miss all side Issues and decide the
cakes before them solelv on the law
and the evidence.
Don't let us cure tho evils con
fronting us by becoming copper
heads or duties to the wiles of cilm
Inal Asiatics or their runners.
Editor Evening lliilletln; Some
ono must have taken me up wrong
at the Kalmuki meeting. I did not
say that the Hoard of Supervisors
had no authority to build school
houses. As near us 1 leiuciuou. I
said that foimcrly new sthoolhouscs
were provided for out of loan funds,
but that the Into Legislature made
no piuvlsion for now- buildings to bo
erected cither by the tcnitorlnl or
the county governments. It provid
ed additional revenue sufficient for
tho county government to under
take repairs nnd maintenance. Hut
It defeated n measure to provide fur
public Improvements, including
Among our "For Sales" we have
vestor as well as the one of large means. By woy of example, we have
a f i.ktuu property consisting or two
readily rented. We can sell this as
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, Waianuenue Street,
Hilo. Size of building 20x36, Best business location in Hilo.
Property at Pearl Cit", near Depot. Tantalus home for one year
Cor. Fort and
Waiaiae Road 2B.R.
1245 Lunalilo St. ...3B.R.
Manoa Valley 3B.R.
Bates St 2B.R.
Elsie Ave and Young
1286 Beretania St.
1420 Alexander St..3B.R.
1475 Thurston Ave..4B.R.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Stock and Bond Ex
change. We buy and sell
Stocks and Bonds.
We have money to
loan on listed sugar
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Bethel St. Honolulu
START A SAVING ACCOUNT.
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD.
school houses, by means of a specific
As a matter of fact, however, En
gineer Clerc. and tho ways and means
committee , hnvo been planning to
build uno or two small school houses
where they nro badly needed oct of
such lohourccH us lire available If
not in the present half- early period,
in which a large outlay on tep.ilis
nnd srhuol desks has-been Incurred,
then iu tho ensuing period when
these, huge lultlnl expenses of the
now deal wilt have been paid, leav
ing to much moro of tho next pe
riod's school nppioprlatlon for con;
Honolulu, August 6, 1909,
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ness office. These aro the telephone
numbers of the pullatln office.
MB 'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
onnortunities for the small in-
(2) fivc-room cottages in a locality
an investment or sell the houses
Merchant Streets, , !
f f HIUttHt t
t n t t t
Tho Klrst Methodist Episcopal
church, corner Ileretanla nvenuo and
Miller street; John T, Jones, pastor
Sunday school 10 a. m., Mr. Arthur
Itobblns, Hupt. Morning Worship, li
o'clock, Feruion hy tho pastor; suli-
Ject: "Go I'ii Portrait of a Good Man.'
Epworth League, 6:30 p. in.; Topic
"Kiom Darkness to Sight If You
Will," Mrs. (). 11. Walker, leader.
Evening Worship. 7:30 p. mscimon
by the pastor; subject! "Living Epis
tles." Tho Union lllblo Class will
meet In this church Monday ovcnlng.
Prucr meeting, Woduosdd evening!
address by the Hcv, J. W. Wndman,
Tourists, strangers, visitors, sol
diers nnd Sailors are most cordially
invited to attend the services of this
VOLCANO VERY ACTIVE
AND HILO IMS GOOD
Hon,' Cecil Drown, president of the
First National Hank, lcturncd today
from a brief louud trip to Hilo. Mr.
Drown visited tho volcano mid found
It to bo very active and n magnificent
sight oven fur knmnalnas who hnvu
been tho pit of flru In many of Its live
"They havo started In with tho ex
tension of tho Hakaluu extension of
tho Hilo rnllwn)," said Mr. Drown. Tho
preliminary work Is under way and
things look favorable to good progress.
Hilo c-xpectg n big boom mid every
thing seems to be satisfactory Iheic
Judging from what 1 could seo and
hear In tho brief time 1 vv.i In tho
(Continued from Pace 1)
forget. It was a round ot successful
festivity from the llrst day and
cverjono entered Into the spit It of
the occasion. Then we had an un
expected number of membeis who
formerly lived in Honolulu that
catnu to swell our ranks. The pic
ture that was taken on' the day ot
the parade shows a number of fami
liar races and ou may bo suru that
we did our part In keeping the de
lights of tha Terrltoty ot Hawaii
well to the Joro.
"Los Angeles Is an Ideal conven
tion city and the arrangements tor
the gathering ot the Elks and their
entertainment was lett largely In
tho hands or Motley Flint, who lias
had large experience In work ot that
kind. As a result nothing In tho
way ot eutcrtalnment was unsuccess
ful." Mr. Murray states that tho pro
gram of entertainment Included
trips to all the nearby beach towns
of which Southern California
abounds and which possess tho most
modern attractions In tho v. ay ot
That the gathering was one or the
largest that has evet been held In
th history ot n fraternal order Is
shown by tho fact that approximate
ly 48,000 ElkB wero registered ut
the Los Angeles hotels nnd that it Is
estimated by the railroad companies
Hint were engaged In the passenger
traffic fiom out of town points that
fully 100,000 vlsitois came to Los
Angeles during the week of tho ses
sion. Incidental to tho object of tho vis
it to Los Angeles the Elks who re
piesentcd the Tcnltoiy of Hawaii
also did something In the line of
promotion work. .Mm ray states that
It all of those, who stated they would
come to the Islands during tho course
of the noxt winter find It posslblo
to keep their Intention thero will
bo between flvo nnd six hundred
visitors that first manifested nn In
terest In Hawaii through conversa
tion with the let distributee from
Murray sajs that the lets made n
great hit with ever one nnd thnt
they could have disposed or hundred
moro It they hud them but that as
It was the supply soon ran short.
"A good tlmo and some work for
Hawaii" is a summary of the trip
to tho big convention, "
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numbers of the Bulletin office.
Those Arnold Goods
would takt Vf
know its value
and never be
MrtS. JOSEPH LACELI.E, 1JI Hrcm
son HI., Ottawa East, Ontario, Can
"I suffered with backache, hoadacho
and drascins mlns for over nlno
months, and nothing relieved mo until
I took Pcrnna. This medicine Is by far
better tiian any other medicine for these
troubles. A few bottles relieved mo of
my mlscrablo, half-dead, half-allvo con
dition. "I amnow in good health, havo neither
ache nor pain, nor havo 1 had any ror
the past year.
"If every suffering woman would take
Peruna, thoy would soon know Its value
and never be without It."
Dyspepsia and Indlfestlon.
Mde. Joseph Iteatidoln, 09 lino St.
Olivier, Quebec, P. !.. Canada, writes:
'Peruna Is wonderful for Indigestion.
I eat whatover I want and no longer
feel any oppression. Having had dys
peptta tor a long time and haying tried
various other remedies, I decided to try
Poruna and with tho fourth bottle ot It
f wa penecuy curea.
The following wholesale druj- ..-.. . . n HONOLULU,
gists will t.ipp'.y tho rctull trade dE-NSON, SMITH & CO., HAWAII.
CHINESE TAKE OUT
Ho Chock nnd Lee I'u Sow became
involved In a scrap jesterday, and
tho rormcr nt nnco visited the po
lice station nnd nvvuie out a com
plaint against tho latter.
When Ho nnd n pollen officer
walked up King street looking for
Lee, the had no difficulty In locat
ing tho wagon belonging to tho al
leged assault and battery man, but
no signs of tho owner could be seen,
Lee, however, fiom belli ml u tele
phone post, watched the officer, nnd
As boo nns Leo saw tho wagon
dlsappeailng In the direction of tho
police stntton he hied his way to
Attorney Douthltts office, whc.ro he,
In tho nbsenco of tho lawjer, set
tled clown to play a waiting game.
The pollco In the meantlmo senrch
lilgh and low Jar tho man for whom
the warrant vvns Issued, but never
thought of him being ensconced In
When the attorney returned to
his office he was surprised to see Lcc
Installed theie. Doulhltt at once
advised his client to make n com
plaint ngnlnst Ho. Leo proceeded to
the police court nnd and as toon ns
ho arrived there was ai rested on tho
warrant sworn out by tho other Chi
nese. The case was set for thli morning
before Judge Andrade, but was
continued till Monday, Neither Chi
nese wns much Injured, and the
whole affair looks like an ordlnniy
NEW YOIIK. Eitgcno Clarke,
who was the favorite llalph Hack
Btra ww lien tho "If. M. S. Pinafore"
craze first reached America, Is dead,
agod 00 jcnis. Mr. Clarke was tho
original Dlleo Taylor In America,
THE "ARNOLD" KNIT ANTISEPTIC
Beyond question these are the
acme of perfection for baby's com
fort and health, causing no irrita
tion. The highly absorbent quality
of the fabrio and the loose, non
binding formation of the garment
make them an ideal garment,
Price $2,75 to $4.00 doz.
"For this reason I recommend It t
all those who ore suffering with that
terrible matady, dyspepsia. I hope
that all who are amlctetl in this way
will take Peruna and Manalln as I did."
Chronic Nasal Catarrh.
Mr. Ohas. II. Stevens, 122 Sixteenth
St., Detroit, Michigan, V. H. A., writes I
"It affords mo great pleasuro to testi
fy to the raorlts of Peruna as a remed
'I suffered tor some tlmo with
chronic natal catarrh, but after flvo
months trcatmont, during which tlmo I
uacd seven bottles of Peruna I am
pleased to say that I am entirely well,
thero not being tho slightest trace of
"Peruna Is without a doubt, In my
mind, tho greatest remedy known fur
Weak, Tired reeling.
Mitt Mario A. Lei ser, 028 W. 80th St.,
Chicago, Illinois, U. 8. A., Worthy Sec
retary I. O. G.T., writes I
"I am glad to give a good word for
Peruna, and I h6pe that all who see this
v. ho aro troubled with systemic catarrh
as I was for years, will prollt by It.
"I had tried many remedies, but none
did more than glvo mo temporary re
lief, and some did not cvon do that.
"I took Peruna at tho suggestion of a
friend, and was moro than pleased and
surprised at tho results,
"I am now perfectly wetland ttrong.
That weak, tired feeling has loft me,
and I feel llko a different porson en
tirely." The Slavery of Disease.
It Is wonderful how many women in
Canada and tho United States have been .
practically mado now again by tho uu
Not tho victims of any organto dis
ease, but Just a half -dcadand half-allvo,
Mlscrablo, dragging pains that lcoep
a woman always from doing her best
work, from being her best self. Cross
and petulant, perhaps. Ma bo even
slattern iu her household, Just because)
her health Is continually below par.
Sho never fccUqulto right. She gets
tho reputation of being sullen, or mor
bid, or Ill-tempered.
Her troublo is not a moral ono at all,
it is simply a physical ono. Make such
a woman well and sho Immediately be
comes transformed Into a now boliitf.
ThU Is exactly what Peruna has done
In a multitude of ca.oa.
SWILL WAGON WAS
Ah Kliiu was placidly wending UU
weary way along King stieet thM
morning when n police ofllccr hailed
him. If Ah had been alone all
would hnvo been well, but tho ce
lestlal was accompanied hj n lioise.
wagon nnd u number of evll-smclllug
It was after 9 o'clock, and Ah
bhould have been hcvond tho city
limits at that late hour, as garbage
nnd bvvlll must not be paraded be
fore tho noses.of the city people Out
Wnlkikl way It would not havo mat
tered much, ns tho duck pond odor
pervades tho atmosphere, and no
culinary perfume has a chanco ot
Ah Klau, when arrested, tiled to
explain tho late hour of his city
pcregi Illations by saying thnt ho hail
staved longer thnn he had Intended
at n friend's house. That explana
tion did not go nt tho police station
and ho was hooked to appear on
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