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From San FrancUcoi
' .Manchuria Nov. 20
For San Francisco:
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VOL. XI. HO. 4478.
12 PAGES-HONOLULU.'TERRITORY OF HAWAU, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2D, 1909. 12tfAGES,
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At a meeting (if tin1 trustees of I ho
Riignr I'Jailt its' Association which was,
liolil this inte-iilng Hit? following
agreement was come In :i k legards
labor iiiiiI wages:
In tliu matter nf pliiiitut liiif wage
nitcs, the Trustees or tho llnvvntlttn
Sugar Planters' Association li.no
adopted a policy which It Ih bo.loel
will ho generally follmvi-il hy tliu plan
tations, subject to revision or uli:ui.;o
uccnidliig to cliciiniut:inces. t In In
tended Unit tho lubwer.i Mull bo paid,
ci far uh prictlcahle, according to ser
vIci'K rcndeied, mill to this end Unit
there shall lio as gieat :m extension
of tliu ciintral'l' nyHtom ns may ho feas
ible, mill that the IliiIh of oinniionsa-
tlllll IIIHll'r till' COIltlllCtB fllUll llU KIH'll
iik to nffonl tliu I'lintrnctora mi opro.'
tiiulty to I'liin not Iokh than (22.(10 pur
month for 20 iiayb' work.
Such of tlio laborers iik are on a ilay
waxe IiukIb of (20,01) per tnoiith at,:l
miijcr urn to he pjlil a Jioiiiih at tho
ciul of tho imr. Tlio lioniii In to )iu
pnlil to all hiicIi InhorurH who for
twolvo nioiiths tnuragu 20 ilays anil
iiiiii'o pui month; IIiohc who avoniKo
21! ilays to rucclvu (21.1)0; tlmso who
work Icr thiili 2fi days, lint nvcranu
0 ilays and innro to rccuhe a propor
tionate amount of said honns.
Provision will he matte that If the
bhorer In Incapacitate 1 liy sickness,
or cxcn.l for other cansu hy tliu fin
ployui, he shall not thereby foifelt
tliu whole of tliu honns lint shall re
lelvu u proportlonatu part of tliu hound
for the number of ilay' work pur
lormt'il. In eaten where Home of tho laborers
are purt of the time timlcr contracts
ami part of tho tlmu working on a d.'U'
wiiKu basis, they shall bo entitled to a
pro lata of tliu bonus while working
iih ilay hands.
Laborers, whether ciintractoni or
ilay men will continue to lio furnished,
hue of charge, with house, water, fuel
anil medical attendance.
A new ilance hall will to (ii-;iicil to
nlKlit at 7 o'clock on Kukul sheet, ilea-
Niniami. Tho Kawaihau (lieu Cltih will
furnish the music,
Hold Field Day
Hallway kliiRH fiopi tliu nialnhuiil,
kiiKiu- tnui;natus fioui .the blji landed
iHlateM of Hawaii, men fi win whoso
hlmuldeis twinkle brlyht stars or bars,
indlcatheof lit all rank In military anil
naval operations In tho far-off Philip
pines mill the merchant, prices from
tho domain of tliu sunrise flat: or tho
ellow ilniRon hmmer of China appar
ently thimv illKnlty ntul reservo to the
lour winds diirliiK a portion of tho ile-
IlKhtrul voynRu or Ihu I'aeltlc .Mall
Hour .Miiuchuila from San Francisco
It wns on Inst Saturday that the cut
mlnatlnir event of what was declared a
banner oyago of the popular liner,
Captain nixnn, Chief Officer nice,
Turner Ilouniu ami others comprising
the obliging starf or tliu Manclnula
with tho asslstanco or a hundred or
moro care freo Honolulu paeseiiKors,
mraiiRcil a field day pinrnm of Inter
est and magnitude.
It was one occasion on hoard tho
good ship that lillnilty and good cheer
abounded, Hefreshmunts were served
by tho steward's stair during tho en
tertainment and the evening wound
up with n conceit, participated In by
A startling array or talent.
The eventa Included almost every
thing fiom u cock light to n spar pil
low fight for cetitlcnien. Hoys engaged
In three-legged races about tho broad
decks of tliu lli'er. Potato racos were
arrange,) ror children. Even the
babies forgot to cry and were there
fore entered In the bottle races.
Tho following officers wore In charge
of tho events; W. H. Hoblnson. ref-
, ci-eo; h, D. Salo. starter; C V. Sam
j nelson, announcer; j. j. page, clerk of
tint court; I.. Margolin, clerk of the
'court; V. V. Haldwln, Judge llhnde, J.
S, I lord, Judges.
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THE PACIFIC WAVE (t
Vol. 1. No. i, a
On Board S. 8. MaAchurla.
tt Sunday. November 28, 1909. tt
tttiit it utttittttitiinunttttttn
FIELD DAY EVENT8.
A field dny which, for Its preten
tiousness has never yet been equalled
on tho Pacllic Ocran, took placo on
(Continued on tage 7)
"Just exactly what I
had been wishing some
one would send me."
MARINE LEAGUE WORK
The American Flag
I tiued by the Merchant Marine League of the United States
PLEDCED ToVrllE REBUILDING OF OUR OCEAN-GOING SERVICE
AUGUST 1, 1009
HARD AND EASY.
Mil FLOATING !
Nearly Two Thousand :
Souls Arc On
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 29 R.
S. Lovett, who has been elected to
the general managership of the
Southern Pacific Railroad lines, fill
ing the office formerly occupied bv
i the late E. H. Harrimnn. is in Cali
fornia making an inspection of the i Honolulu Iconic Hi;li in Financial
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 29. Presi
dent Taft does not advise nny chang
er in the Sherman Act until after a
decision of the cases now pending in
the United States Supreme Court
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
.EL PASO. Tex.. Nov. 29. W 1-
liam Jennings Bryan, the many
times defeitei candidate for Demo
cratic presidential honors, -is mak
ing a tflttf Of the" Spanish-American
Chairman Swao (op the Foreign Shipping Board). See
How HARD that Poor Devil or an Editor Works Knockino
tub Merchant Marine. But Hb Makes Our $300,000,000
Annual American Rake-Opt EASY Money. Guess I'll Have
to Send Him a Little Advertising and Some Free Trans
portation. He's Doing Good Work.
This is a samnle front Dace of the publication issued bv the Merchant Marine Leacue of the United
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states and now being spread broadcast throughout the country in the most aggressive
can shipping that -has been undertaken in ttfty years. The Chairman oi
T. Herrick, ex-Qovernor of Ohio, and a leader of national note.
the Executive Commit
ttee is Myron
$500,000 Issue Would
(Sper-al Bulletin Cable.)
NEW YORK. Nov. 29. The bat
tleship Rhode Island has joined the
fleet at Hampton Roads.
ADRIFT AT SEA
Doesn't it seem good to receive an
acknowledgment like that?
You are bound to receive a similar
one if you place with us an order for
pineapple. BECAUSE Hawaiian
pineapple is fast becoming recognized
ns the STANDARD OF THE WORLD
and is now much sought after in the
We ship the BEST, whether IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO
CANNED or FRESH. SHOW YOU OUR SYSTEM
HANDLING TRUSTS OF ALL DE
SCRIPTI0NS IS OUR FORTE
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King St. , Phone 15.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
923 Fort St. .
t: Castle & Cixike, tho local tt
tt agents of the Matson Navigation tt
tl Company havo received a cable- tt
tt gram from Captain Matson stat- tt
tt lug that the new Matson lino tt
n steamship Wllhelmlna, on her tt
tt trial trip, mado 17 VI knots per tt
its hour over a measured course. tt
Financial problems of conslderablo u xiils admirable performance of St
difficulty are Involved In tlio effort to , jj Bpeed Is thought by tlio local tt
bring tho water supply of the city up agents to exceed that called for tt
to a satisfactory standard, according 1 1 ,i the contract. tt
to the observations that we're made ' it
this morning by Marston Campbell in
dwelling on tho obstacles that have
to bo overcomo in meeting tho prevail
ing situation of an Inadequate water
The Superintendent of Public Workn
Is apparently Inclined to tho opinion
that the best and moat immediate so
lution of tho difficulty In raising tho
necessary funds would bo by bonding
tho water system of the city and coun
ty (or an additional 1500,000 and mako
tho needed improvements without de
lay. The wpter department revenues now
have to pay Interest on l947.fi5G.27 of
(Continued on Page 7.)
30c and 60c
Ali Films List Price
Holiister Drug Co.
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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29. The
new city administration will decid:
vhat to do 'with the graft prosecu
tions that are now left incomplete.
The cases on the calendar were post
poned today until the middle of Jan
uary, when the new District Attor
ney win be in control, and the new, by the Nicaraguan government. The
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29. Presi
dent Zelaya continues hit belligerent
attitude toward the United States,
according to information received
here today. The United States Con
sul m juauaKua wm wrcawucu uy i
President Zelaya and was forced to
take refuge in the American Lega
tion to save his life.
There is a rumor current that
President Zelaya will resign his of
fice and flee from the country,
HOW AMERICANS WERE SHOT
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29. De
tails were received here today of the
execution oi Americans without trial
(Special Bulletin Cable.)
POINT LIM0N. Nov. 29. Nine
men from the ship Marietta arc
adrift in the ship's boats.
(Snscial Bulletin Cable.)
BEAUFORT, S. C.Nov. 29. The
German steamer Brewster has gone
ashore. No lives lost.
T0KI0, Nov. 29. The Japanese
government announced today the
appointment of Satoo Akizuki as
Ambassador to Austria. Adzuki has
lately served as Minister to Norway
and Sweden, having been called
home to consult the Foreign Office
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
!lii)lHn Editorial Rnnm Phonn 185.
and Business Circles Come.S
Back bv the Manchuria Muni
tions of War Go to Philippines.,!
Thi'ie weic one thousand nlut
elgb'y people ou board the Pacific
.Mall liner .Manchuria when that
esfol drew up nt her ocrth at Hack
Mil wharf at 10 iirliick this morn-'
lug nfti-r u pleasant voyage of
ilays and twenty hours from Sa
l-'riuiclsi'o. ' j
This uumbi'r Included tho rcgiilnr',
family of emploj es belonging to tlio
Ik liner, us well ni hvi Honolulu ',
. I Ihlough iiassengerB. v.
I'lie Honolulu dol-rat'Dii came,,
piett) near owning the siilp on the
way down from the toast. I'ur this
foil tho .OHMiMiiought 122 In Ui'Ik
cnliln, 27 In" lhi5 second clasn ami .
three Asiatics. '!
I ton tul for Japan and China am!
the Philippines are 121 cabin pas-i)
tengers, K-ven In the iiitcrniedliitutd
mid r3C Asiatics, tho inosl part Chi-,,
i.eso who tiro leturnlng to their mi- i
tire land to pnrtlclpatu In the New
.Wars' festivities In the land ot tho-,
Tho Manchuria will tall
lilln ou this ti Ip ami has twclvaj
thousand tons of government freight-,
for the Philippines. There Is a-lot
of army and navy Mipplles Include! :
among which Is 2,500.000 rounds of'
I ur Honolulu the vessel will dl
I'haige 105 tons, and the liner
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nuiit-iiiiii'ii in miii ior Yoi.onnm,!, ;,i
tan pints mil .I mlla .it 5 o'clock's1
this iirtrinr-ui j
The mainland mail for Hawaii!
iiinimntcil to 217 suilis. Purser fiM
I. Ilournn iiiid staff certainly had
their linmlsifiill In looking after, thol
unusually larVe family. When thoU
Manchuria sulliil fiom San l"i-ancia't
ic prncllrally oerj- available stiito- '
loom was ncriipleil, , " J
The e.utlre staff of ollheis oMhofj
Rieiit liner fiom Captnln -ndrcwj
Dixon down did all that was InpIrM
power to add to the pleasure ot thV3i
tiaelers. An Interesting array otf$
1 ot tho-
(Continued on Page 7.)
city administration will have had
time to determine its policy.
Jiidge Andrnde fined n young Portu
guese the sum of ton dollars this morn
ing, he having been found guilty of
throwing a baseball through the glass
window of a Chinese, store
Get your pastry at the
men were officers in the revolution
ary forces and .on survey duty when
captured. The captain of the ves
sel making the capture refused to
execute the sentence of death order
ed by the government. He was im
prisoned for refusing to obey.
LONDON. Nov. 29. Keels were
laid today in British navy yards for
the two new battleships, Orion and
Lion. These ships will be world
beaters, in their type for speed and
fighting power. ,.
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