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HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1911.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING
CO.. LTD., at Kerr Building, Alakea St., Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly issued on Tuesday.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory ol Hawaii.
Wallaci: R. FakrJnuton, - Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ptr Mouth, tuvwherc In U.S ...S) .71
Pel O.'.tln. inywhirt 'n U S .. . a.oo
rn Yrar, irflmelnUSj. ... H.uu
fr Vt, i-i.id, .nreltn. IJ.ou
For I shall sing of the stions, silent-thinking work of Na
ttire and of God interfused in eartli and sky and sea con
trolling in impartial covenant the mighty mass, I shall sing
how the whole univcise is alive with harmony upon.this side
and upon that, and is moved by the motions of Reason, one
spirit indwelling in all its parts,
fiuunu wuiiu, swnuy speeding
ing the body ot things to breathing lite, Manlius.
May peace attend the walks of all our friends and good
will pervade the hearts of all mankind.
The spirit of Christmas has no place for aught but happi
ness, boundless and abidinq.
the kindly thought for others and let the gift tokens bespeak
sincerity, not measured by money value or the evidences of
Merry Christmas, Bulletin readers and friends. A
merry Christinas to you all.
Don't let the good cheer of the season last but for a day.
Cherish it. Live it always through the work-a-days and so
get the full blessing of life in the satisfaction of its highest
ideal. This is the time when we celebrate the birth of a new
thought that has made living on this earth worth while. Carry
it into your everyday life and make the most of your days on
earth for your own comfort and unselfish pleasure, by adding
to the happiness of your fcllowman, lightening his burdens
if you have no more to offer than a kind and cheery word.
fp!c'"' " " ' ! p t ' . .c''Lr.",,:",,,:':
ine .Maui i.a-
Blior Onion oiK.inlzed liy l)ald l.vvu-
flikb. the clerical labor niiloii leader of
l'HIIo. Is beginning to let the public
Sknovv that they have organized and that
siwiwnr null .itv:j ii'i- iMhiiiiifnii
R'urimilwil capital must recognize tin in
Ens? a factor n all labor .p.oMlo.i. es-
l-eilally where llawallai.r. aro ,.m.
Kl. ,..' i
"list Sunday cviiiIuk at 7.30 o'clock,
at the homo of Manuel Iloss, secretary
of the local orKanh'.atlnn, the tibor
union met and decided to make, a de
mand upon the Knhtilul Itnllroud olll
clals for a raise of wanes from Jl -"'
and 11.80 p'T illem to J2r,rt per illem as
nt' lllln, Kann.ipnll ond clcwhcio In
this Territory President M. K. Keo
hnknlole was delegated to perform this
Wet' ilnll, .,.. limb 'I'I.Ik tv'.i u Miil,tln.
-nlBht, but on Monday anil Tuesday no
envoy cxtr.torillnary from tho labor
union appeared before. Superintendent
'j.lN. H Williams of the Kahulul tall-
rond Company, In fact, the superin
tendent was not aware of tho secret
.. IllfCtllIKH DCUIK llf'lll 111 VVIIIIOK1I. un
' iTllomltlV lil'.tilnir (tin litlmr , it. Inn n-nln
'v met at Its beiiiloonrters at the nallvi,
SfcKnlKhtri of Pythias Hall, near tho Maul
lintel, mid Mr Keohokalob, was again
lnjtructed to deliver tin, message for
'a. ralso of wages without rail tho fol-
Inning morning nt tho break of day.
t turfni. Ill,, Hmi.l'a InnLn titll. In.i.lu nf
' sugar for tho steamer I.urllne, which
was then riding at anchor In the bay labor union inciting In di liver thn ultl
The "Walking Delegate." luatiini, tho superintendent told him
JIarly this week, as a pretext for
striking, Mr. Maalo was delegated by
the men to approach John Makahlo,
foreman of the Kahulul stevedores, and
1 te I
I mm that the men would not worl.
er $ o'clock In the evening any more.
and If they did they wanted to bo fur
nished by thy railroad company with
food, Mr. Maalo claims that ho dellv-
eri-d his message to Mr Makahlo as
illfected, and that two other nun heard
u. itifiiuuin, givo ins ossein u, inn,
Krejisonnblo demand on tho pnrl of the
linen. Tin; men claim that as most of
Mi-. Mnknhln glvo his assent to tbhi
lluin como from Walliikn utnl Walheo
TiiS'work nt Kahulul, they bring only
lufiches with them In tho morning.
I wljjcli tlioy consume at tho noon hour.
kllon't knock tliu coffcii," "niiyn llio
sarcastic boaidcr. "II'b ton weak In
"HflkT'lmck. Ilo ii sport mid lituninor
n'n'l.lelL'li Was that voll I lieaiil
('imibllng at your door tills morning
i hliihli.tph.At onn? I frtinflH so Mv
tjwlfo Ucclures 1 got In about throo.
- . .
.."Did you help tiled that man bu-
iftU. - ' Jte 'U
In Sit Mental 0 ,au
Per Veil, nwhall In U.S. ,. ,. I.oo
Per Year inyMhn n Canftili. I.ato
Per Vt i.li'J, foiiim .. . 3.o
'ucrvl it Ibe futoft)c si HmMinla
a aetnw4-iaM mailer
DECEMBER 23, 1911
shedding its dows upon tho
inrougn an mines ana lasuion-
Make the most of it. Foster
but after n o'clock they wauled to eat
again If the company wanted them to
work until S or 9 o'clock at night lo.id
liiK the Mraincr l.urllnn out In the linr-
'l,or wltli sugar, which Is tho usual cus
tom The men claim that they receive 25
i .-nt n cxtru nnv tier hour after f o'clock.
but If they work' only for twenty or
'thirty minute,, aftir time they do not
' ,-ct cent extra. Thl.thcy ilo not pm-
- - - -...,..... ,, -.,..., ..,..
po,.c II, column,'. IIUIU' iin-ii nwiii-
tlon that they in lift quit at G unless
they were provided with food and 25
cents extra for the full hour of ovcrllmn
. . .
" , 'l'""'-
' Tuwlny rnoo when the ho, r
f "'-o. tl "i'"aw between sK
'"' Hfen hunilred Diikh of niBar xt 111
left on the scows alongside tho steamer
I.iirllue Mr. Hobh, assistant foreman,
told the men to put the sugar In tho
hold of tho steamer before they left I
that night, but tho men told him that
they had already Informed Mr Makahloi
that they would leuvo promptly at i
o'clock unless food was provided, and
that as the latter was not forthcoming
the men considered tho agreement. If
ever made, ah void and of no avail
Notwithstanding Mr. Itobb's protes
tations at the men leaving tho sugar III
that condition on tho scows overnight,
exposed to tho weather, tho men simply
put canvas covers on thn pile of sugar
and departed rortunately for thu su
gar, It did not rain that nUht. On
Wednesday morning tho men vvcro at
the landing as usual, waiting to bo
taken to tho l.urllnn. Superintendent
Williams was also on tho scene. Mr
Makahlo denied having ever given such
promises ns providing tho men with
fllllll. Aft Mlllllll II lllli'll red tft llO lllH
rlnglender, or tho onn selected at tho
that his services wero no longer re
quired At this point all tho men left
lu a body and came back to Walltiku
This all happened before Mr Kcoho.
kaloln got to Kahiihil to ifellver his In
structions for a ralo of wages as
agreed upon at the Sunday meeting Ah
none of the strikers were empowered
to deliver the messago and their dele
gate nrrlvtil loo lute on tho spot, up to
"its time tho message has not been de
llvered, and Superintendent Williams In
....... ..mi. ,.
Ignorant of t
strike No m
........ i... .., t...
of the renl uintlveit of thn
mention his mi far been
mentioned by any of tho union labor
mm to Mr Williams for u ralso of
Many of the friends of tho strikers i
cause, nf Ills pcrMinal poiuilarlty?"
"No," replied Karmor (!orntnssel,
"I liint my siisplclmiH of lilm for a
long limn and wanted to shovn hi in
Hiring to wheio III" intlck-rakors could
got a good go ut hint."
Week-Mild Sportsman I Just shot
it deer, old chap!
Ilia I'nl-Oweat! Kill him?
Wcek-Kud Sportsman I think not.
Ilo shot back.
t'vlJatfu, .ka, .,
In Wtillukti hitvo told them tliut they
Hit not deserve miy sympatic), for their
mtlnn In tlio matter was contrary to
limioriihlo methods of dealing with such
iiuostlons Homo of tho labor titflfii-
lory, cmplotcs of tho county, who were
on the cnintiilltte riponslblo for this
iiKlliitlou. declined npcnlv tott.iy that
they wire encouraged In this movo be
cause .Mr Kmillko toM thini sometime
hkii Hint 1r non-union nirn loaded
steamers hero with wimr, tho union
men In Snn l'nmcl?co would hop t lull
such steamers wiuihl ho anchored out
In Han l"iunrlC" bay for months wllh-
imt tlmir cargoes being landed, mid
these men iiituully want In coo such
condition occur In Han lrunclncii un
less demand for higher wages nro
acquiesced III hy tho locnl corporation)".
Toilny the natives working In tho
tumher yrtnl ashore stiuck work mill
Joined with their fellow strikers, mak
ing the total number of strikers uholit
r,l now !
Hwallkn Is expected here tonight to
mi, for with tho union men over hire,
hut there Ik no IIhcIIIiooiI that Super
intendent Willi. mi would grant him n it
audience. President Keohokalole vvent
to Ktihulul this morning. Iitit he did
not see Mr. W tlllamre .Mr Keolmka
Inle stated, howcxir. Hint ho did not Co
town on un.vthliig connected with the
union lrlkcrs. and therefore hli friends
ilrew their own conclusions that the
labor president went down to nee about
Mr William' meat bill
XMAS FOWLS ARE
In her tanaclty of lmmntic nillcer,
Miss Uose 1).ivIoii hid a busy time
of II this niornliiB looklnB after several
hundred fowls which were hrotmht In
rroin chicken and illicit much with
their whiRH and less tied to their
bodies, sold to merchants throuch tho
Chinatown district and left dumped In
the hot sun aloiiK tho streets. Tho
birds were In many InMances dazed by
the heat beathiK upon them in incir
uncomfortable positions, and In others
were KiiiuikliiK feebly.
(MIs Divlson personally saw to It
that thev were untied and properly
crated She could not Insist that they
be brought under tho sliado of tho
iiunlliRS. as theie Is n 1 1W which pro
hibits Mocking the streets, and the next
best thine that she could do was to see
that straw mats were laid over tho tops
of the crates. protecthiR the fowls from
the direct rays of the sun. How nil
consignments "f plus which were
brought to market In nicks without
proper breathing facilities were also.
looked after by the humane olllccr. '
Miss Onvlsou states that encli year
at the holiday season she has the same
dltllculty Khe says that the market I
men are either cruelly Indifferent or
that they forget from ear to oar Him
hollows that If they were properly con
vinced that they arc breaking the law
When 'they subject animals to treat
ment nf this sort, shn would receive
Sis'tlon 430 of tho ItovlNcd Ijiws of,
the Territory, porlalnhiK to cruelty to
animals, rends as follows:
"CarrylnK Animals Cruelly If any
person shall carry or ctiuso to bo car-
rled, In or upon any vehicle or other (
conveyance, any creature. In n cruel or
Inhuman manner, he shall bo guilty of
Hon. K. Hlilmailn member of Hie
laiHincM) Did in Toklo, Japan, will
glvo a lcctiiro at 2 o'clock next Mini
ilny, Chrlstmits I)ayt In tho Opera
House. Ilo will doubtless speak on
matters about thn governments of Ja
pan and Hi" United States.
Slilmiida will tirrlvo early In llin
morning on llin steamship Blbcrlii ftoni
Snu I'riinelsci), nnd will leave tills
port' In tho afternoon fur Japan. While
hero ho will ho tho guest of Consul-
Coneral l'.vcnu. Mr. Hhlm.nla Is prn-
imlily Hie foremost politician In Ja
"Use only milk
that is known
to be absol
An Important practical
truth atated by a physi
cian. We are supplying our cus
tomers with a milk that is
known to be perfectly pure
and very rich milk that
has the endorsement of tho
Matron of the Kauikeolani
' 'auxin ,ii..
will greatly enhsneo values of real es
tate. Why not buy a lot and build a
homo boCorit prices ri&o?
COLLEGE HILLS LOTS
ure ttlld untold. Thirty-four choice
tote remain. At we detlre to clote (his
tract at once, prlcet have not been
railed. You can buy at 20 ditcount
en lilt price. Termit 1-3 cash, 1-3 In
one year and 1-3 in two yearcj interest
Nurnburg Iron Craft
'in Leather Work
Paintings in Oil and Water
HKNIJ 1IQMI1AY tSHKRTINrtS HV
'Ml I'RIKIIH AT HBA AND O.N THU
"SANE XMAS EVE"
"No invvilylsiu. Innocent atuii.so
I tout, hut nnthliig else,"
This Is tho nrder from police liead
iinartnrH tnday, and Sheriff .Inrrcttilo-'
clarcs that a slop will bo put to llm
growing lioodhiiulsm that has hrconiu
a featiiro of c'liiisliiias ovn In Iloiio-'
1 1' In.
Sheriff Jnnott and all ills police
men will he out this evening In keep
tho sttceta and sidewalks clear (if oli--itpu'llnii.
No one will ho permitted
to loiter on the sidewalk, tho pollco
iiavlni; hern Instructed to enforco the
Real Estate for Sale
Building lot Prospect St $210000
Building lot Manoa Valley.... 1350 00
Building lot Kalmukl .' 700.00
Modern bungalow College Hills 6000.00
House and lot-Kalakaua Ave.. 200000
Furnished house months fiom
December 1, 1911 $6000
Unfurnished house Manoa Val
Young 8treet .1000
Kalakaua Avenu 20.00
jfAtLM' A&.: .'
'EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
There Is no more convenient
or economical way to remit
nmney or to pay accoupts,
bills, dues, assessments, sub
scriptions, etc., than by
WELLS FARCO & CO.'S
EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
"move on" order. Tlioso who will not
obey Hi" orders of tho pollco wilt ho
siininiarily dealt with.
Sheriff .Inrrctt stated this morning
tint while on tho sidewalks tlio pen-
cntrlans are expected to keep In the
light hand side of tlio stcet. In tills
way, ho thinks, thcro will ho no con
Should occasion demand, which Is
not likely, however, all thoso who aro
holding commissions as special police
men will ho ordered out hy tlio ShciiuY
A Hiiro and t.aliu Clilislniiis Kvo i
Tlio cicw of tho H S S. California
extend an Invitation to thn ladles ol
Honolulu tn attend u dunce, Xm.is
night. December y.V
Tlio muster's report In the est'ato nf
tlio late llcrnlco 1'. Illsluip was ap
proved this morning by Jtulgu Hobin-
son in tlio Circuit Court.
AND BABY LOST
Hotncnlioro in tlitf" thick underbrush
ami whiiIIhr' Kiilllot of Inn Valley,
Mttlll, a .lapnnefo girl wltlrn hioiilli
nltl liahy Is vvnmlciliiK or Is lying too
, exhausted to move, according tn tho'
'story hrntixM tn Honolulu t'll.s morn
ing tin llin Manna Kim
J Tho girl hns been missing for elsht
'days, wliilo sejrcli parties In which an
high na llfty men participated have
been scnurlng all tho country without
avail. It Id believed that slic will
never he found ixllvn nuvv,
i Accoiillng tn Hie stury mm Maul,
,11.11 glrl'H luihlinml decided In leliirn
j In Japan tecenlly. They lived near
Walltiku. Apparently sho was afraid
'Hint he Intended to desert her, for
other .lapaneso say she did not bid
him gcoit-l)n. lie left her and tin
joiing haho mid went to Iihaina,
At lihnln:i hn becamo slightly IM
mill ilecldeil tti tctnrn home. When lie
arrived, Ills wife and tho hnhy vveic
mlsslngi Tho search Malted at once!
hut up tn last repoctB had boon fruit
iest), PREFERS CUPID
Miss Phoene lMvvnrds, sopiano and
leading lady with the lliighcH Musical
I'oinedy I'ompauy now playing nt the
(lljoii Theater, and Homer Smith, it
stockmun from the mainland who lias
been hero for mino months, hnvc llg
ured out a Christmas all their nun, nnd
when they came, blushing as only .per
sons under like circumstances call
blush, out of the nlllre of V. II. llur
nelte this morning, thu secret cam"
The Hughes comp.in,v Is going to lose
one of Its stars, and Mr. Smith is to
forsake the ranks of bachelors, and
they had JuM loiuluiUil the necessary
arrangement of tutting it license
The marrlagiv It Is uniUrstood, Is to
take plaie tomorrow at Wnlklkl chapel
Whether or not Miss Hughes will leave
the lonip.iuy before Its deparlurp for
the malnl.iiiii is not nunnuiKcd.
(Continued from Page 1)
This will ho tho last of the dcpait
iiicnts that tho Seattle map will In
H'sllgnte as ho has been .on the go
hlnco tho first of Oi tnber taking In
many or the ilep-irlnicnts on tlio main
land. Fiom whnt lie has seen at n
llrst glance this morning, however,
he iccognlzcs clearly that thero Is Iimj
much work for one man to cope vlj
In tills town unil irom what ho stated
it seems as though there Is tlio ikis
slblllly of Ills asking for mnro men
even In spite or the attitude of tho
A splendid piograni of classical mil
rlc appropriate to tlio season has been
picpuci by Mr. Christian Mcnko for
the Herman Clulslmas conceit to ho
given at the Cernrtn Lutheran cliutrh
nt eight o'clock Tuesday oveiiing. Tho
'irst put Is under the till" of "An
nuticlatluu" mid tho second p.nt "I'ul
fllliiient." Those appearing n th
piogr.im Incliido Mr. Ilitclily, Mr.
He-ky, l)r Slrnuli, Mr. A. Constabel,
Mr. I'alko, MIhs V. p.. Klnln, ami tho
mt'tnbciH of n male choius.
BUT CoJlO' GET ALONG
MUST HAVE GARAGE OR
RENT AND CARE OF
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 BETHEL STREET
IN fOIM.IJY I'UINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO,
17 Hotel Slrcot
no word to express
the efficacy of
in the treatment
Itcsldents' of Kalmukl mo to luivo
i temporary school nvallalilc for their
chlldieii until Hie new school Is bu It
iiccoidlng to u statement niado till
inoinliig hy Superintendent of Kduci
llon Willis T. Pope Two rooms -ni'i-nktt
of tho Alilolanl Cotlcgo have been
secured and fitted "P fr school pur
ports by tlio Hiipervls'irs and will bo
opened for school mi .Inutility 2.
No new teachers aic to b taken on
to manage tin, teaching but Instead
one fiom the Kaaliumniiu scliiol Hud
uiiu riojii Cetitral.tlramiuar'scliool will
do Ihe work. These two aro nt tlio
piescnt tlnio leaching u rooms tint
are only teiupoiary and Hie work Is
being carried on with gro.it illlliculty.
Most of their children aio from Kal
mukl nnd thcrefoic the little ones will
luil only bo saved tlio cost of trans
portation hut also tho dangers of malt
The two rooms will ncciimniodala
tiboiil forty clilldien III each room. In
Ihe llrst tho flist ami second grades
will he taught while In the second
Ihe children will ho laken us high
as the (If lis grade. Tlio tcniKirnry
school will bo under the supervision
of Principal Charles ll.ildvln of lltu
In the isilice court Ihla inoinliig,
Ohlnosp Interpreter and Casliler
tj'haug Chan took In two hundred mid
line dollars, fines from the Japnucso
gameflers, who vvcie mlded bst night
- Chief McDulllc mid his stuff In a
lenciiient lioitso on raualil street. Al
though they fought the cusp, Huoinh
their attorney, clilllltigworlli, thocoiirt
found them guilty ns charged and
fined them each, according to tho cir
cumstances In tho easo.
Mltsu Masudii and Quoug Kre, ar
.osled for not obtaining their li
censes, had their easo nolle prossed
II. Kalialepiia, mmico a pollco ser
geant under Sheiirf Juried, cliatfe.l
witli mallcloiiH Injury, wau lined flvo
dollars and costs of com t.
.las. Murray, who ptnmlscd .liulgo
Mousnriat jcMcrihiy to be n good pro
hlbltlonlst was arrested again yester
day, shortly after lib had earned $2.25.
Of this amount, ho said to tlio eouit,
mi had only Hi csuts lelt. Judgo Moil
nirrat lined him live dollars.
Caroline Kcnlnha, escaped with tt
jjvc-tlollnr nno for using piofatiu Ian-,
You can start 1912 light hy using
1'ait kiiHlntia, tho soap Hint drives
out till t with the least possible effort.
Ask your giocer,
t-'eciclaiy Wood of tho 1'romotloii
f'onimilli'o tills mo.nltig sent to tlio
Oovcruor plans for tlio Hawaiian
building 'nt tho San Francisco fair.
They nro tentative ones drawn by (J.
A. Applegnrth before tho Kalr Com
mission mnilu out Its plans for tlio
grounds and will not lit In with tho
Our casos nro full of Bright,
Now, Up-to-date Goods.
A stroll through our storo will
offer many sunoestlons for Xmas
II. F. WICHMAN & CO.