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VOL XI. NO. 4407.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1900. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Speaks For Labor
IMItor t: v o ii I n k II it 1 1 c 1 1 n : , visional Government nml also pillars
Much linn been wilil nml written! of the Annexation Club, working
lutely mi the subject of ship Bubsl-lnnd striving to get the grnnd old
ily nml the suspension of the ciiuhI- plltiK raised over us, and now ntlvo
wlso shipping laws ns n'pplled to tlila eating to pull It down, or nt least
Tcirltory. 1 hnve not yet seen or.rcpl-clng It with a Sunrise or some
heanl tf liny real tnnglblc reason I other line.
or nrKiimrnt nthnnced ns to why! The l'rlmc Minister's, I,. A. Thurs
IIiIh law should 1u suspended. ton's, speech In f.ivor of coastwise
Ar a resilient lit twenty years' suspension nt the Commercial Club
Htnnding hero, 1 rcinciiibcr tlie time the other tiny wns remarkable for
whon the cry hero wns: "We can't what he did not say In regard to the
get the tourists, especially business j real status of our present nnd pros
iiiuti, to tome here when they havo j pecthe shipping nml pnsscngcr fn
to wait rive to ten days for n mall cllltles. Not n word was said
to find out how their business af- about the nor Malson bn.it Just
falls tiro progiosBlnp." about to be launched and to be de-
Then when tho 1'aclflc cable went , voted exclusively to Islamt trnfflc.
down the cry was, "Now wo will got Neither wns any mention made of
thcin." 'the American-Hawaiian new boat
Hut It seems fiom the present cry
(lint they havo not come jet. Tor-
haps tho Panama Canal will fix It
nil light. Coastwise suspension
won'l, because I believe the patriot-
Ism of our cnngicssmeil won't per-
mlt It. Their patilotle tcntlimnt the remniks of Judge AVntkliis ot
should ho the pure article raised Louisiana tit Aula I'm I: on Saturday
nml mil tilled under tho ling nnd on evening when lie, favored, q yc
Amcilcan soil, nnd Its quality nml movnl of the penalty for traveling
Intensity Is not' tontrolled or rcgu- on foicl'gn bottoms between Ameri
luted by personal or business condi
tions that do not affect the public
nt large, nnd It Is not like tho brnnd
that Is often exposed hcie.
It Is hard to understand tho brand
of sentiment coming from such
men whom the past history of Ma-
wall reveal ns being members of tho
famous Committee ot Safety, then
Mippoiters and ndvUottt of the I'm-1
ON LABOR DAY
Toiling Folk Flee From
The luiial general aversion to work
ing on Labor Day picvnlled today ami
the city wiih quite deserted by any
body uhd didn't havo to' pass thiough
low ii Jo get W)iiiowho:o whoro they
could lay on their backs nnd think
ntiout tho labor they did Saturday nml
thn labor they'io going to do tomor
row. All tho county oHlccs were closed
nnd even tlio police station laid off
business, not omi n ilriiuk being on
band to disturb the giinrdiaus of thu
School boys are receiving
special attention this week.
Our boys' suits are receiv
ing the most attenion from
mothers because they are
strong- stylish, serviceable
Kash Co., Ltd.
Cor. Fort nnd Hotel.
which arc already here.
Hut It seems that such elusory
statements as have been mnilo fnvor-
lug suspension of these coastwise
laws hao had tome effect, us note
It Is only n'few months ago when
that same coastwlso suspension agi
tation ,wns uofoio the public here,
that a ccrtnln member of one of our
commercial bodies and who favored
suspension of tbeso Inws, said:
us try nml get even a partial
temporary suspension. It will bo
(Continued on Page 4)
peace In ihelr slumbers nnd their crib'
Ibage. Mirny parties havo been mndo
up and havo trooped off to tho tall j
Jungles and refuge holes of thu weary
with suspicious looking bundles nnd
hweet smiles nnd associations nnd
brotbei hoods nre-liiilulglug In general
I en masse blowouts.
MICHAEL 0'DOWDA WILL
BE BURIED TODAY.
ThlB afternoon nt 2:30 o'clock tho
Inst earthly remains of Michael
O'Dowda, who died suddenly nt Mako
well on Saturday morning, will bo in
terred at the Nmiaiiu Valley cemetery.
Tho cortege will niovo from tho Wil
liams Undertaking parlors, nml will
proceed nlong Fort, Uerctanla and
Niiuanu nvenuo tp the cemetery, Knth
niiuanu utfiiiiu iv u cuiiiviuii. ruin
er Valentino will conduct the services
at tho graveside, and tho pnll lien re ru
win no ns joikiwb: u, r. Kenton, l.
Oreenlleld, David Dougles, .(. Ciirdcu,
Hon, ,1, A. Hughes and W, C. Ucrgln.
A large number of Mike's plantation
friends will be In to pay their last ro-
tpects to the deceased and the fancriil
will bo a largo one.
for the Island trade, the plans
Tally-ho Takes Lively
Bunch Out To
The annual outing and athletic high
Jinks of tho Ilrolhcrhood of Holler
linkers nnd Iron Shipbuilders Is in
full blast today at tho Peninsula. A
tally-ho took the party nut thlsnorn
Ing, Tho picnic feature has become
a fine art with tho Brotherhood, nnd
Its theories ot what an outing should
be will be npplled In thick layers. j
Athletic sports. Including races and
n tug of war, are on the program and
later in thu day tho benedicts will try
ami knock stars out of the bachelors
at the good old game of "Klll-the-Um-pi
re," otlierwlso known as baseball.
Mike Putton Is chaperoning the par
ty and keeping tho small boys out or;
extra destructive mischief and leiiiilpgl
an nlr of dlKnlty to tho occasion.
KONA'S PLANS FOR
' . CONGRESSMEN
Reception Committee That
Will Look After Honored
(Special to tho I) til Ict In.)
KKAUIIOIf. N. KONA HAWAII
Sept. 3. Tho following mimed genfle -
men nro niember3 of tho Reception
Committee appointed from the Dis
tricts of North nnd South Konn, in
order to,' entertain tho Congressional
North Komi memucrs: judge John
A, Matthewman, Judge ,folm I.. Kau
lukoit. Deputy Sheriff Jinseplt N. Koo
moa, Hon. David Alawn, Robert Hind,
John A. Mngulro, John P. Curts, John
Knelemnkule Sr., John Kaelemakule
Jr., Thomas An, T. J. Driver, L. S.
Amigst, Hobett A. McWnync, Dr. B.
S. Goodhue, John K, Alpla, Geo. W. A.
Hapal, James Ako, D, P, Halcmait.
South Kona members: Senator
David K. linker, Senator John D.
Paris, Judgo Robert Mukahalupa,,Dop-l
ity Sheriff S. Uinro. E. K. Conantt'
. fi i !,.. w n i
'' M'irlano, Thomas C. White, Geo.
P. Kamnuoha, W. Henry Greenwell
Arthur U. Oreenwoll, Robert Wallace,
Rov. D. D. Wallace, Rev. A. S. Baker,
Thos. N. Hane, Julian R. Yates, Ropro
sentatlvo Henry U Kawewehl, chair
man of tho Committee.
Transportation Commltteo. E. K.
Connnt, chairman; I,. McFnrlunc, Geo,
nn: J. u. Kauluknu, J, N, Koomoa. V,
C, Driver. South Konn: U McFnr
lnne, Robt. Wnllacc, Oeo. P. Kaniau.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 286.
Rnllftln Editorial Room Phono IBS.
"WHAT IS INSURANCE? 'TIS A
DAND THAT ORASP3 TUB FU-
TURJJ RV ,THE HANDjAND WBD3
IT TO .THE, PRESENT."- '
Hawaiian TrustCompahy L
' Limited' f"
Our Flag Is
MEW YORK. ?ept. 0.
PeirT retnrnilW from hit final and
successful, dllh to the North Pole
has telegraphed to Associated Press
from Indian Harbor via Caoe Ray
Vew Fnnnrtlanil T
'. mf fit'rin,. nil.,l !,, '
Stars and Stripes nailed to the
North Pole." '
Another message from him says;.
"Reached the Pole."
TI,. .Mr, nftn.fv.H . u,W.l, '
..v -.m .....Y.v. -.. .. ...w.
..SYDNEY, Australia. Sept. 0.
"News reached here today 'ot the
tnurder of the captain and crew of
the wrecked French schooner Qui
liU in the Mallicoollo Islands. The
men were killed by the people of the
-ST. JOHNS. N. B.. Sept. 6. The'
.V ' n. t'.i. ?,a.a .
M. Mrf jov ,t,ii. ..,., In
this Dort today while steaming in
fog. The steamer is a total loss,
the passengers were saved.
AU0T, Sept. 6. The trtague
rccuru ui uu cit.y ivr uic iui iwu
weeks is ninety-four deaths from
I.um Yum, chief steward of tho Kl
nau, is deeply grateful to Dr. Thomas
Jefferson West of Kauai for his atten
tion to his son Uitn Yup Chlng. The
boy was vUltlng nt Mr. Ahop's placo
at Makawell and white at play broke
his arm. Dr. West reduce'd the frac
ture and the boy came home tills
morning In good health and spirits.
made tus successful trip is
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IH W . H .M H a sk
1 H srl I I I mm m m fc
An agreement was reached In
New York by which the great hat
ters' strike that Involves 20,000 men
was ended. r , T
THERE IS NO 0ANDY QUITE
Q00D AS THAT AT THE
Hotel and Union Sts.
PROMPTNESS AND RELIABILITY
Are two essential points to the
successful Messenger Service. We
insist upon and guarantee both.
Will Again Be
Tonight there will be another meet-
' Ing of the Health Committee of the
' Hoard of Supervisors to dlu.Miss tlid
much-talked-of MJIk and Dairy Ordi
nance. Tho recent session of t.ie com-
mttee with Interested cltUons present.
for a conference over feature ! tho
ordinance has not as yet resulted In
"" decision on tho part of tho Super-
visors. Tho ordinance hus been Intro-
1,lctl a"J Dbllshed for llvi days, la
onlcr t0 Ict th0 I)eopl8 v,iJW t aill,
make any suggestions advisable. I
The chief causo of trou'jb In the'
ordinance Is over the tubeiruta.- lest,
and Ihn orovlslon to keen thj milk at
It murium iciiiui'iiiiuiu, liill.v ui uie
dairymen are divided on thaso tiolrits, ,
and yet seem to be reticent about giv
ing their opinions to the Bupei visors
In regard to the questions Involved.
The public Is Invited to .all end to
night's meeting .and If they have any
useful suggestions, to make them.
Record Trip To Be Made
By Party Around
Willi good cheer the CongT.isl'iiinl
party sailed for Kauai last night nt 10
o'clock on the 'Mauna Ken. She land
ed nt Nawlliwill this morning early,
ami automobiles In roadliiHi conveyed
the party over ' the Island to tho
different pojntn of interest, trclud.ii?
the electric puniplt g plant, pbrtntloiis
where tboy will have a good oppor
tunity to otiuly tl:. Irrigation develop
ment of Kauai Tl.n party due to
reach Honolulu tomotip mnriilult At
noon tomorrow they will sail for Ha
waii on tho samo stoamtir.
At Nawlliwill the reception commit
tee mot nnd escorted those by auto
who deslro to seo th'i windward Hide of
tho island to HnnaUl, whe4 (he steam
er will be met. At Hanulel the banv
breakfasted aboard the iteamerf pro
ceeding on board to V'almea, The
party will land and lunch at flays
From Wnl men to I.lhuo the party will
go by autos and have supper at the
town nnd afterwards attend il recep
tion thoro. Tho Keual cmnmltte') tn
greet thq Congiosmen contpTUos the
following list of Kattalars' II. D.
Wlshard, chairman; Hon, Chns, A
Rico. W. II. nice. Jr., W. I). McUrydo.
Francis any, J, Of.lo and C. K. Kahce.
U. S. TRANSPORT DIX
ARRIVES IN PORT.
Tho United States Army transport
DIx arrived this morning from Seattlo sary to perfect each Instrument to
en route to Manila under tho com- meet tho special needs. Tho Instru
tnand of Cnptnln Archon. 8he has on mental equipment,'' an now provided
board 417 tnules.and horses bound for I for, consists of a hvgromctcr. ther
army uso in tho Philippines and of, mameter, maximum nnd minimum
theso 17 were taken off for Honolulu, thormomoters, rain gunge and thermo.
All were unloaded this morning and
exorcised along tho waterfront. The
DIx will leavo tomorrow at noon.
The oil tanker ship Falls of Clydo
arrived In iort yesterday from Oavlota
with Associated oil.
Alameda, Sept. 8
Oar next fruit boat
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SUPPERS. '
(, . f Ebony, . Rosewood and,' Fox,
Hollister Drug Co.
Says Hawaii Has
Best Of Uncle Sam
Knthused by the prufence of tho ills- live" of the soil and iniitc-rntnmllnK thi
llngulstied guests of the Congressional derlres of my people, I ask jour as
party, Fred K. Heckley, who acted ns tlytunct- In obtaining a larger uppro
Interpretcr for one of the sneakers last prlatlou for our Federal i:xHrmcutal
Saturday night at Anla Park, availed Station For wo believe that the sta
himself of thu opportunity unit ad- Idllty of our fiiluru progress dciK-nds
dressed the Congressmen prer-nl and
the audience. II? said:
"To the honored gentlemen We
could not all go to WuiJilfigton so we
Botiyou here to see-und hear for jour
"'ifes a to our wants and needs,
"To thu victor belongs the bikiIIb."
"I need not refer to hlBtory In do-
tall, hut I can proudly say that no
other country lias hud tho best of
ltn.1. Hum ,r ovor nnnlliroil "Olil fllnrv"
... w..... ... u.. ,,.... .. w... .-.
nB lime iiiiwun uiu, ...,
"Bhe blmply sent her commissioners , "Vo alro aslr your asslstanco In hav 1.
under sealed orders by 8. 8. ClaudlneUng the reclamation service extended.'
to Ban rTancisco, ami crossing ino
inalnliuiil, tliese commlcsloners on nr -
rival nt Washliigton. I). C. Inimeill-
ntulv laid bIcco tho Prraldent and
Congress of tho United States, then
Irepicicntlng the peoplo of what wnsihelplng hand Is In amending our Or
I up to then known as lite United States
"After five years of aggreBsl-e cam-
rflfi 11 It 1 1 Palxn the American forces nt veli
Ill HAIIAI lORton capitulated without loss of lirn
III linUll or blood. And now tho American llac
is our nag ami me uiiiieu ni.uus
1 America is rs rnucn a part or Hawaii
as Hawaii . an 'Integral part of the
great American' commonwealth. (Ap-
"Since l"n, not only tho Constitu
tion could bo said to have followed the
flag, but Congressmen have followed
also. Ant) tonight wo are glad to
meet ou -i American citizens.
"With llm courtesy of the chairman
of the mooting, I ask your Indiilgenco
for but a fow brief moments.
"As an American citizen, nnd n mi-
Automatic Weather Man
To Tell Public Of
Tho parts of tho weather bureau
kiosk to be erected at the corner of
Hotel and Hlsliop street near the
Young Automobile Stand nro ready
for assomblago and workmen nro al
ready prepurln gto erect It. Hrlofly,
the little stand is an automatic weath
er bureau for tho public, registering
rosxlmum nnd minimum temperatures,
iho selection and arrangement of
the instruments required careful con
sideration. As Iheru was nothing of
tho sort previous to Its introduction
I by tho weather bureau. It was neces.
graph. The kiosks have been estab
lished In Jiiany largo cities In the
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phona 1SA
SHOES FOR THE AVERAGE BOY OR
Oxford's and sandals have just arrived, and we have all
sizes in black and tan leathers, Open Saturday evenings.
Manufacturers1 Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 "Fort St. - Phone 282.
on the better development of our .11- .j
verslled Industries and American '
Our principal Industry, which Is
m.K.ir. has Is own experluient.il sta-J
"ns nnd laboratories equipped with
'he latest modern appliances; but they j
only cater to Hie wants and needs of ,
one Industry We have to look for ,
wind to the I ederal Experiment Sta ,
.lion for agricultural knowledge of our j
lllllllir. bill HOW fllSt CrOUlllg. IlldllS- !
i iiujmui, r. uui a hivuh u una jj
)""" " ' niuuo prounniu w mo
homefeeker of modernte means, when
cut up Into hoinesteads.
"Ami still another request for your
g-inlc Act so thai locnl authority be
given us to chunge our land luws a
local conditions and process of tho
lltnii may require without constantly
i.penllng to Washington, or else such '
"cf In our land laws na w III Insure) '
i poor man in getting a homestead lot,
at n reasonnblo llKUr
"The requests for Federnl asslstanco
for the iip-kecp of our highways ami
the Immediate relief finin the restric
tions of our coastwlso laws ami other
matters must uecessailly bo brief, for
I nm afraid I am eurroachlug iisni the
time of our honored guests. Hut I
havo Implicit nmlldenee In tho chair
man of this meeting nnd know If It
wero tn Ills power ho would nunoiiuco
u time and opiorlunlty of ugnln meet-
(Continued on Page 2)
CONGRESSMEN ON KAUAI.
(Special to the 11 u I lo t In.)
NAWILIW1LI, Kauai, Sept. 6.
Congressional party arrived this '
morning after perfect trip, and re-'
ceived by Kauai committee. Splen
There was n good time nt tiro
Country Club on Saturday night
when the Chowder was biought off. ,)
During the afternoon n twosome was wt
played, and the team bended by
liiiiaru won out by u to 7.
Several of the Congressmen .were ,
nt the Chowder, and limy certnlnlir)
enjoyed themselves Vto tho limit.'
The program that was carried out,
was an excellent one, mid some of ,,
the Items were worthy of profession-'i
ills. , ' ' j",
Cunlin and bis quintet were In.
good form, nnd their playing was '
much appreciated by thoso present.
A hula which wns danced by (leoigiv
Smithies, James Wilder, Howard
Howen and a few others was aluas
torpleco ami brought down thn
house. The Congressmen said they
had never seen anything like It, and
never expected to In the future. .
The Joy was supreme up till n lain
hour, and everybody wns sorry ti
try and tear themselves away when '
tho finish enme. 'A
Tho whole afternoon nnd evctilni;,
was u record one, nnd was up to tho
high standard always set by ft thu
Must be very strong
Must be durable
Must not pinch toes.
J'.st three good reasons
why our shoss should be at-'
tractive to parents.
A new shipment of the
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, -fry f,f