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DNDAY ' APRIL 25. 1910
..Never bear more than one trouble that tho strike talk Is the product
'at'a time. Some people bear three f foolish person who wishes to he
all they have had, all they have now. tniicn seriously, it is hoi or vamo
"hiid all they expect to have. Ed- a n warning, hecause warnings pins-
Avard Everett Hale. tered on tho outer wall merely
frighten timid persona and are
llnt'l... l.n.t.,.1 i.dlit.ir 1 1 . Itin ntn- tnl'nn , ltn( ntit. I... AIILIilfnlnra
. .,, .lift 1IV...1I UUlllllt IU ItlU LWll- IIIAVII IU HtUI I. II.1IJ MJ .u..o,...l'
Itrary, It Is safe to assume that The- against tho common good, If such
nTdoro Ilooscvt'lt pasted n very quiet conspirators exist.
Sunday. I Japanese laborers, Japanese bust-
I n ess men and Japaucse merchants
CTho speed with which prizefight- could not lend themselves to any
tern are killing oft their kind puts a greater fully than another strike
new. clement Into the contest that movement. It would mean the ab-
comes oir oi July 4 which ono will solute finish of the Japanese In the
jeavo tho Ting alive? I Territory of Hawaii. vAnd the Jap
anese residents who are to be do-
SGlvon a few moro strike stories Demlcil uuon as leaders among ;thelr
fund Homo more talk about cano go- people Aiidw it. They properly (lis
ting bad, and the knockers should countenance anything that savors ot
fUo "merry over their success in fright- OouljjeHn'aklng, and they have no In
toning a little more Honolulu moneyrJeriUoiroCbpenly or secretly slipping
linto investments elsewhere. j their heads In the noose created by
.! 9 -.movement to repeat the troubles
lltcll.ible and Influential members of n year ago.
of.our resident Japanese colony un- As a means for frightening the
lcrslanl perfoctly that only Injury timid Into letting go ot their sugar
to the laborers, tho tnerchuntsVand stocks and generally discrediting tho
the good name ot tho Japanese'1 can "sti)bll(y. of the securities of the Ter
Kmo of another stilko agitation. Kor'l.tory -of Hawaii, the strike story
tills very good rekson they nro for may have Bomo value.
licaca between tbotworkman and hlsj .
employer nnfl opposed to false stories This Is the wav the Republican
of -plans thift ilo not exist. Congressional Committee correspond-
- cuce looks upon recent events: i
llollwl down to Its dual analysis, -it ig evident that the dissensions
1 lift lilnii!ltiit 1 bui in nil t it-nan ntfi1 lit .... i ....1. -"..-1- 1. it.n T --..1.1 1 no
.- 1,,.r...u ..7wHw n t,. ...... . ., uini- uiJiiuuvutn iti mo ivfjiuum-uii
Thurston is that he shall g'ot.ua.ty will result in ultimate goocT.
nUj-.the lliiuor ho wants when ho u Is well to have the differences
wants it, i,ht ho nlto wants to lay; threshed, out curly In ,tho year lit
down tho rule as to how the, other , oi;der that tho way may ha made
fullOW tdiall ret his. H:imn Old C.imO Mo,,., f.ir finrinnn... nnrf itnlln,t nMfnn
gfJgoYcriilng the people of, by, and later. From now on tho nepubll-
Xor. n "fcwlof US." ' I mm will lin nnllpil In tlia nnn effort
I A -t I to enact needed laws and In the ful-
Congress Jlins clearly mndp up Its nimcnt ot party pledges. Then whon
Jnuiu against placing tho lands ot the reconl ,hns been mado the sup
tht now possessions In tho hands ot port of tho peoplo can be asked, and
land barons, if law can prevent such the appeal will bo a successful ono.1'
AgHnul resting place. Tho bill I i
umcuning the Organic Act of rorto tpnPDll CITF TAPIP
lllco will force corporations ot that! lEULWflL 01 1 L IADLL
island to i educe their land holdings
to a totnl ot three thousand acres.
Correspondent Monk's responso to
the query sent to him by this paper
When tho great trans-Atlantic at tho request 0f business Interests
caniHhln ccimnanles such in the nf the r'llv. does not nut the Terrl-
I'lioUnnd-Anii'rlcan l.tne notify tho torlal advocates of a change in the
tlloiuilulu representatives by letter Kcderal building site In a partlcular-
,mai mey can not accept tutiiro ly nappy llgnt.
rbooklngs from cither New York or Wlththe present site so well cs-
lottcrilani wor n period of threo tabllshod that only an act of Con-
inonths, tho local advocates of const-! gress can change it, tho declarajns
yiio suspension have but a mcro of tho Superintendent of Fuhllc
zragmuiit oi complaint upon vriiicn works beioro tne cnamuor ot com-
Ltopln their" contentions for the let- merce accomplish no other good pur
ling ciown -or iinis in favor of tho pose, than to demonstrate to the uus-
'lflM,..,.. 1l ... .t.l t I I .1... '.I... 1. III... V
nicos lueu ui iiiu cuy iiin kuiiucr ui
the men now occupying public office.
When nn official does not lake
Japanese liners In theso waters.
,To put men where they will cither
vork or starvo Is n wuy they havo himself seriously,-ns It inrst now an
injiiussia. .j no rcrrnory or mhwl'i pear.tnat tne Buperinicnojni oi ruu
could hardly lend ltsct to any tick lie Works did not when bringing up
proposition, lint It can refuse to al-.an entirely new and entirely unnec-
low lmmlgrantH to live longer ut essary topic, tho public mnkes a se
yiijiiiQ expeiHe, ami wncii uie peppio nous misiaKo ny accepting mm at a
ocume vagruiiis reiuru mem io mo . nigucr valuation.
country trom which they came. That
layvhnt niiisit ho done eventually, and DERWENT KENNEDY
ba uiiplcabunt taslc.mlght as well hoi WRITES OF OIL FIELDS
uono now us later, wnen tho Imml
Ijranis may go as far us New York
niul still be sent home at Hawaii's
water' that Is necessary for tho use
ol drilling. In regard to water for
tho Humauma Oil Co., I was speak
ing to Mr. .White ot .the Associated,
and ho told mo that I could havo
nil tho wnter from them necessary
for drilling nt little or no expense.
Itcsldcs this, I learned that only
threo miles further towards tho flat
thero aro a couplo of water wolls
that Miller & Lux havo which they
use for drlklng purposes for their
cattle and sheep, To give you a cor
rect Idea .as to how much water they
give, ono of" theso wells, which Is
only . seventy feet deep, supplies
enough water ,fpr 4000 head of cat
tle. If It were decided to drill n
water well Instead of piping your
wnter from theso springs, It would
only mean tho, outlay of a llttlo hit I
of money lor me pumng m oi "
2-Inch line and tho Installing Of a
small gas engine.
"I-ooklng nt the district In gener
al, It has all the oa'rmarks of a good
field. The- Indications are, perhaps,
a little more favorable than they
were In the Midway field, I might
further say that on my way over to
the Elk Horn district I was shown
the sands and shale In the outcrop
pings of tho Midway field, and com
paring the showings made on the
other Bide of tho range with tho
showings on tho Klk Horn district,
tho latter are a little more favor
able, but you will realize that going
Into this district It con bo classed ns
nothing moro than u gamble, hut at
tho present time, f-om nil I havo
learned In talking It over with men
welt posted In the Midway fields,
they nil say that, without a doubt,
oil will be found In this valley. Of
courso, you can easily understand
that If it were proven land the land
could not be got at any such figure
ns has been put up to you. Thero
Is ono, great thing In Its favor, and
that Is tho" fact that It Is all patent-
..! ln.i.1 .1 fftiAn Ira tn faim tt tlfl Lr
I'll IUIIU, UU 111-- IO V -; i 'rtrtrtTl t. t
lug any contestants In tho way of GOOD, here s a bargain.
"Now, as to the getting of mate
rial into this district, McKlttrlck Is
It.. n.l.i IU.I .11 .... .Una ...III lm
U1U IIUIll lliUb till BUgil'iica ... uu .
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snippcu irom, aim you win mi i
understand that It will bo some lit
tle expense In the hauling ot lum
ber and material Into this valley on
account of the distance, but it only
requires a couple ot teams that will
be ,purcha.8e'l. hy the company, as
you can understand tha. till hiring
'of teams, for ,tho carrying of mate
rial into the district Is not to- be
considered at all, because all theso
teams, are receiving anywhere from
JIO to $15 a day for this work.
Talking with Mr. Howks, wo came to
tho opinion that they would bo ablo
to make in tho neighborhood ot
three round trips n week, and pos
sibly four. Another.- thing that
would be absolutely essentia) would
be the purchnse ot a machine, and, a
good ono nt that, ns you can under?
stand that If anything was needed
that the short time It would take
for a machine to go Into Midway,
as compared with tho time It would
take for a rig. the difference would
soon pay for Itself, To gtvo you an
Idea ns to how long It would take to
get to. the town of Mnron, In Mid
way, whoro supplies of every de
scription can be got, I would Bay
wo left the Klk Horn district at
4:30 and arrived ovor nt Maron at
C o'clock. It, is, according to the
map, about fifteen miles, and re
quires a great deal of hill work In
getting over from tho one valley to
"As for the, dispensing of our oil,
If It should bo procured in large,
paying quantities, this I do not tlihilt
you would havo .to consider, because
Immediately upon gottlng oil thero
would bo an Influx Into the district
and tho land nil about would Imme
diately rise In value, and this Is
where the largo profit, would bo
muce. r OJL cqrsoj.lf.oll, wasstruck
Trent Trust Co;, Iit'd.
Lot 50x139; well
kept. House has 0 .A'.
rooms j 2 bed
rooms. Plumbinf- modern.
Electric light, gas,
Trentf -riist Cd, td;
THREE FINE LOTS .
HIGH AND SIGHTLY
If you are looking for something
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR THE THREE
Bishop Trust Company,
ccordllife to tho spinRor for U.
ihojupancso strike caitird has been
(Continued from Pace 1)
homo. Furthermore, I put some of
the oil on the ground, and ns soon
as I put a match to It, It Immedl
ately caught fire and burned just as
kerosene, would. This, I think, Is a
good showing ns to tho gravity ot
oil that will he obtained, and tho
Impression Is that the oil runs about
sprung on tho unsuspecting public ! 32 nnd 33 gravity. VThls, it course.
ln. order that those whoso Interests just hearsay, but I will lie able to
tell you definitely as soon as the oil
has been tested. ,.
"From this well we went to Sec
tion 27, Just sout.li ot 22, where tho
Itucrult Oil Company, which Is tho
Associated Oil Company, have a largo
I lira .bound up In the continuance ot
jwork on the part pf thp plantation
JaborerB may know what Is taking
fplace at this time."
Wsn't thai kind? '
WAiid Isn't' It a remnfkablo coinci
dence tliutiSlr. falieba should second camp. This camp ot theirs com-
T" ' ' -.;; !- f "-(llliocoa DIUUID Willi IWU IIUIllV IIUUatTPt
jpresumnoiy wiving ncaru noiiiing 01 They .have a standard rig In Sec. 27
'Uio.nlleBcdtmuvement for a "strike" ihat they havo put down to a dop'th
(until he read It in the morning of 1300 feet. This welt Is now can-
paper?. - ped, nnd I could not find from any-
ntelllgertt citizens of the Terrl- ono whether they hnd struck oil In
or are iSafe In nssupilng thnt any qunntlty or not, but there Is
jiioso wnose interests nro bound up UiIh much to say, and It Is, thnt they
tne cnniiniiaiiee of work on ihe are keeping things very quiet nnd
l or uieuniiiiiiiiion liuiorers Keep are procuring ns much laud ns they
very. iloso' touch with the , wishes are ablo to do. This, I think. In Itr
1 ,thea prevailing sentiment, of theelf, speaks, very fuvorably for tho
iancso Inborcrs, and Jnpancno bus- district, because unless they had any
uta vt.Aa. .. alFf.1l An. fliA fltrlfrf. ' hl.....l. . -. l-la At..
liivui iib ivu ua mo .iftiiuiuio. auuwillK OI SU1IIO Kinil lllOy WOUIU
onunl nmount of reliance may nnt r-n In tlm n.iitltimmi ,n,ni nr
;,plnceil In the declarations of the procuring any more laud.
morning p;lvi nid. Ilin former ntj-ko "Now as for wnter In tho .district,
Itatnis. who received aid nivl coun- the Itecrult OH Co. procure their
.uroni the (Homing organ, enn- water from a spring situated three
eequently, tho conclusion is Justlflort mllea to tho north, and haVo all tho
will help your business. Office
open Sundays from 8 to. 10 in the.
cut It Is nothing more than a gam
ble, hiit, in fact, I thing n very good
"In regard to fuel fur operating,
both oil from tho test wells nnd lis
tlllato havo been used by tho Asso
ciated Oil Compajiy"' . . ,,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature ot C&A4jfflMc4lC
in any great quantities, a plpo line
would not bo very expensive, becuuso
It would only havo to bo laid up the
valley to" connect with tho lino run'
lilng from McKlttrlck to Port Hart
ford, nnd would require no great lilt,
as It would be laid all along a level
"I might further say that, should
the land he taken up, 1 would ad
vise that before any rigs were put
there, that you would expend somb
little money In the procuring or
long-tlmo options on .sonic of t)ils
land, so thnt If oil was Btruck .you
would then be nblo to have nioro
land under your control, and thnt,
eventually, would mean a large
profit. Sixteen hundred acres In It
self Is not n great deal ot laud In
w.hnt Is known now ns n, non-proven
Held, but from tho fact th at guili
men as llarneston and operators IIKo
the Associated nnd .Mat bo 11 aro pro
curing all the land they can, goes
to show that they all' havo tho 1 amo
opinion, and that Is thai oil will bo
found. I havo already made negoti
ations myself with this, man Mr.
Hume, and am procuring 1000 ucrcs
moro. that I ,nin going to tie up for
the period of ono year.
"In conclusion, 1 think I havo
given you an .outline ot tho district,
tho way, V, has Impressed 1110, nntt
what others think of it, anil what
the Associated Is doing, and from all
sources I )lnvo had tho sumo answer,
and, that Is that It Is nn oil country,
and' ono in which oil of high grnv
Ity will be found. Of courso, you
.will, havo to understand that at prcs-
The most fashion,
able of alMow shoes
this season' is the
PLAIN PUMP with
cither Ribbon or
IN NEW YORK
tliis particular style
is worn by the Swell
est and Most Fastidi
ous Dressers. Scarcely
a strap pump is to be
seen oh Fifth Avenue.
The plain pump with
out straps is so popu
lar, because it is so
difficult to make with
out gaping on the
sides, that only good
shoemakers can get
them right, and mak
ers of cheap shoes" have
to give up the attempt.
In consequence you can v
not find plain pumps
in stores that cater to
the inexpensive grades.
Wc have just received
for this season
NEW PUMPS FOR
$4.50 AND $5
That absolutely, cling
to the foot without
slipping or gaping, and
when you buy a pair,
you may rest assured
that you are shod cor
rectly by a style not
worn by the multitude.
Wc have just receiv
ed a number of the
new lines in
VAMPS, High Arched
Lasts, Cuban Heels.
WHITE BUCK, and
$4.50 and $5
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
Over 11000 worth of damago was
done to the mr jiia by the fire thnt
broke out the.o on Saturday after
noon. Tho llro was caused by tho
gas from two incubators becoming Ig
Jilted nnd thou setting nil the es
caped gas In thq room nn fire. Tho
alarm wus rerelved ut tho llro sta
tion at .3:C p. m. from box 2I, lo
cated nt "'1 ijorncr of King and
Pmii'U.liyw ' is.
f. The llru : -een burning for some
time befort le alarm was given,
jam! upon i. . val .tho brigade found
that tho I"' .lor of the building w.ns
a Siia i ' ...line. The chemical en
gine, however, soonjjot to work and,
. r ,.n. r .
H - HrtUt' sW M-
MANOA VALLEY New three-bedroom bungalow iif
process of construction, near car-line. Choice ele
vation .-. . jv.,. '. i . .$4000
MANOA VALLEY Two -story house; three bed
rooms; mountain and marine view. House mod
ern, grounds well improved , $5500
MANOA VALLEY Building lots. We have two bar
gains in building sites ', $050 and $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two bargains in homes
, U.. $3000 and $3500.
A ROOMING HOUSE NEAR, TOWN Furnished; to lease
for a term of 7ears.'ii'Good opportunity for tho right
Several FURNISHED HOUSES for periods of four to six1
' months. Rentals $60 to $100 per month
WICHMAN & CO. make .a,
specialty of fine' copper plate
and Die work.
Ordert for Wedding and
Reception Invitations maj
safely be left with Wichman
& Co., with the assurance
that the order will receive
careful and prompt attention
and lie executed in correct
& Co.. Ltd.,
nfded by n slrc.ain of watpr from the.
King street hydrant, overcame tho
The building wns gutted and tho
contents destroyed, nnd two micro
scopes vnlued at lliiU each wero de
stroyed. Two Incubator worth Slliu
also Went up In smoke, nnd other
llt'tlngs brought the total up to about
$1000. . Tho fire luddles did good
work, but the (lames had got too
much headway before the nlarm was
turned In. Tho llc-nrd of Health oil!,
ccrs had all quit work for tho day
and tho lire was not noticed' In time
Ui make a good save.
NO SIGNS OF MUCH
After searching all Saturday and
Sunday for Anderson Grncc, and get
ting no real clue to the negro's
whereabouts. Chief McOuHle und bin
inou had another false, alarm turned
In to them this morning nt cl'evon
o'clock. -A man, supposed to be
(Irjice, .was said to havo slept under
a houso at Kallhl. Tho chief anil his
man went down hot IiubIo to I'.hiI;
Into tho matter, but found on arriv
al that It was tho sumo old story
of a Hawaiian being mistaken for tho
Tho rain Is thought to aid tho
police, as Grace is suffering from
rheumatism and, If In hiding In n
damp pined, will bo suffering n lot.
Ilo can not move very quickly nt any
time, and tho dampness Is thought to
handicap him more.
This evening 'the hunt will bo
taken up for tho, escaped murderer,
and It Is hoped thnt somo clue will
be forthcoming to put the Blouths on
'the right track.
in our Savings Department,
and- this interest is ' com
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and. Surplus:' """
AKTKIt TAK1NO on a consignment
of Bugar at Hilo. tho Matson Nillga
tlon liner Wilholmlna roturned to Ho
nolulu on Sunday morning! Tho ves
sel will leavo hero on Wednesday
morning for San Francisco. taking ap
proximately six thousand tons ot
freight Including a, variety- nf Hawaii
an products. Tho Wllhcltnlna will sail
.with a largo list of coast bound pas
ALLEGED LIQUOR- IR
Cruzcdn Perez was acquitted this
morning of tho charge, of selling' liquor
wunout a license, tno trial being, hold
beforo Jildgo Cooper of. tho Circuit
Coiirt. . j
Tho complaint alleged that, the da- '
fendnnt upon March IS sold to two
soldiers of tho, Fifth Cavalry Romu
bottled beer near tho Winston block'
In this city,- but the ovidenco- Intro-,
duced did not convlnco tho Jury that
tho offense had been committed, and
after being out but a few moments a.
verdict of acquittal was rendered and
tho prisoner discharged. . .
Two other charges growing out of
this caso wero nollo prosscd upon tho
verdict of acquittal, t
.v- . ,. ... .
As goneral offlco man or salesman
Have wholesale and retail experi
ence Can give best locjal refer
ences. Address "Position," Bulle
tin " ,flA.
i Jrf r j (" t
Better Balanced, Richer Softer
, . d
Fort and Merchant Street
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