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. ... , - - - . - - - , , . . iMWIWBlMWMMMMMWWWWWMWWWMWMWMMWiMIMBWW iM T , . I II 1 I I T I I I'' III W V 1 ' ' I ' i TJUDAY idth HOT TAB Vhieh Trmifly lueod its modest dividend rate, n v n i I rti ! ii ti t H tnr of men 'wer oniTdoyed. r Iho frill jiiian vmf of wnjfres. The order was rviviHl o-reoMteo'the force Iry one-half. An in drrMMrsablefew of the men, beinc of that Uiu which think of the vork first and the Vaji f f envaroX Vitp reftiined on full tim. mfin iitori vrelnbVoff. and tho remainder Vere ro liiml 'to part f hue. Tliis romliol t-ith the order from 'tiff1 head office, til ippnlvnYly reduced the rodnetive ea'paeitv of '.Yhow'hfrw r0 per cent. Tfnt fn h "firxt Verfc tire ontrmi was "TO fer eetit Wf bfitjit liWl neen before, awl m tlie Third "week it was SJi fKT vent, at whieh figure It lias vm'- Honoluln -Jijtj mi a t The 'Ojijuirt n ni ty "wh'ieli i if fires iinrt men. t .hofield -Rarrnek litfve riven thejn Jor ffrini;4iefTiamti'l at ibe VmtT Pair next eek.' VK'i-. ? ' .-;Y ' ' TTf nljt 1o 1k iiiore iHllilKnyC: VTe sntl feel ihn t wa v, ImCmielum lTismess i)tl Vhnl w n,oir 'Tn Vithont tie Ye-enjrement Wf n Kn i'...?,. ' -l '-r zna c!,. 4ia"n4, EH B Y II 81 FrLlar w)tiW mlal 1y 1 Kilte tT ay Intj i lic.lier at in r utrTiJe tar-lVnlieXm iiet 'Tli w 'twie' story. AXltere is tire yvaraoSc i Atty UW vinnn leader kt!OX-s 'tne aTa? he wina xiaff, nertkvix aYxoVefF, Di'nA hcvfi viiinfr nYiKVn pace. With ?6m tneVi - - j.v k ' iti.ni isni nuiMii:: iiiiiirii mi r Tin i uimsu r;:i.rneriTstlSnt inWwinnin n .V WffictrTt, Is 4bmtt is liot tclt Ifr&t the, Varty stjputd "gb to r.:sTi:D ti;ani:3ra Adr..inUtrati:i fonxat VAliinto haw vi ly OfKrniinnl to pve the warring factions f ti e Democratic 'jwrt,t, s ; many lessons as ny le nwfssarjr'la .wnvinctf tliwn that the Yll : :i r,d uinxst ration tamls for partisan dotnetHc j ,.;a' r.s will s international wttiTt : ,: T!:e apjointment )f a.outh Carolinian to the It ion of post master of Ilonolnln U the vort ; :.:p that tlie wai rinj; .DenuKrary of this terri' t( rv Las ever reeel veil. If-'thert U :om portion i i the whole Federal list whleh should ho 1 von to' ;i local mail, it isMhat of lK)sttnat, ::: v.ritten rule of the itmntry is that the : ter sliall p to n partisan und ohllnnrily a . ':.(: ; man of the town. The hreak 'made ill ' i s ir.stantv is a most extmonlinary one. .There i be not the hlishtest dnuht that it Is the Ui' t result of the hyena like folly of iho few : t silitetl i)em6cratK who Keem to have no ilile midrttandinof lldent-AVtlsonV . iiind prin(Mple that In puldlc nffalrn" we lutiRt if we would do our best for the nnnniuntty : 1 he Kuecessfulproc'eed on 5 the praetlee of ( -0-operation and aec)ninolatioti.K; No .man of ' ir times' haK'seuseil the true spirit of KUiTess . . k . i t i es nu u ms ful iuliu in ist ra t ion m we 1 1 ; tlie President -in eoniiri'j " thi particular Wrer to Iheiif Jva;ityv)niiitin vt K-KuVtK in Ketf-rtixYtinp: man Want hi 'rtil if Vis 'fti ! teller will let him. ' i Kothirig: has AelmoW nTn W M living hearing ; with A ilkr harAsln non these vry worlo In thie HTrteleney of laW. oihitV ill vU bwVre to hrln ilown the hHrt ttt WWmrtVilleR. n nally Htoiv Innn t Imtpsj ss Uh rihtyWVmploy. ment t pV Wtt 1N btrly Willing ro work, than m hu Kh. ih ;ihVfrtHri of hihbh ir is mitfar nwaAy ttlnl hi the MMnhVe nuoteti ho jiiven MVnis; Itnleet Vrfir heat thefeliifnt. r.' Tho I a.Xothini: nstoiitsht the iUHmhiete. Veomnntst. in imutles una otlfjjiiutv tlirth the working out of u fuintnhiental hrttnt-nl Iriwt It wits rtttt that, ra Hhuul wti jtrfi iouht Hot HhuMlowH. IteilUi thirt was ln)OKsihiek;f lltit tin tfiltit'tloii has hn 1 tail ntul flghl iuuteMUlf ttos. lt U ii eajsr of lnit4 )iOff ir-dh. ; Thpwofk fttf itlt of tjiHii Is not theiiv ihiitlkft litiiytti their Owh foilh Tlnvumh wlm.hns johj ittnl rt wlft to oiwt-h'jfi luiy t4ivehjie iM tttkhij? iirt tlmilrrfc ; Pimple wht) hellovd iitVPrlaitin liOotii UiiM mv the harvest heforc thi4 eetl lit tilt1 Hitiiid, ntnt nh always llsa'ptijlhteh; JtHi hert is tlni 1 vitvntf hnrhilitfet of fli)iVott thing liiitsJieHf Hawaii Party Climbs 10 fiesort'ohstay's Vfsit'atWikkb By kTtY N. XLLEM. (Staff VCorfefKn?pjic) by as pocd -Htrck "is a tfy of the rods In the cndlent tethj)!es arotind Nnt"k fonld pMduce, the Hau-ati ;party tonr Itiir Japih has "seen tme "Of the love liest nibtintaln Sievs la the Empire, or probably anywhere else. Lake Ohufcetiji In Juty w AtigTrct is .'boen formed. ftfc E. A.. Mott-Sralth familiar fght 'to totirfsfs all over ns chairman and R. t),. Matheeba a the tvorld, " lke 'iU7hji in. . April, ''secretary. the. jmeetihg yesterday, "vsheh sttow Ifes Vhfte and fcrifltrintry : a susesticn vwas hrousht toward the glistening lon the lofty-'encfrcllng hl!!3.1 party proceed Info Toklp on account is ii . nrrer sight to visitors, 'i ooay : of The Jhen ,had weather., and , the thi iHat.'ili party made 'the accent prp?pcrts cf more "bad feather at onder terfect .Veather eondftfons and X'atstts-hima. , however, tie 'Japanese iraa- rewarded ty ;kn "almost matchless ' advisers think that on account of the Mew of a,.t'eatrttftTj lalce Tirgh in the upset "fconqition( of (public, affairs at tills. 'nestHhi? in hy 'and loVely s-Tokio, due ..to the death of the Emi yhasltm far f torn the beaten 'paths 'of press Doyager. and tlie oiifuslon cvr; the tbtirlt!t fori;. , ' . .. . :a nevi- diotneV "tiow ,wbuli.lbbt,t)e an f; Mcrt of the party Wetit 'tp by riK- atisplcJous time, for the party "lo ha, htit 6me 'of 'the Tnbye athtetlcal- ter lokib. ITxe semlfScial Icharjacter; 1y dfsposed 'elected t6 tnalce the clfiht) of the Hawaii . excursion .has : been Vn foot. t.alce Thhrenfi is 'eYghf JnJJfe vfdelv "and jfoaVkedly rpcognlzed 'la distant from and 160 . feet higher Japan ;and tha n as. (o be , taken . Into th tuVm 'ai.i :iss?lnts. the rHisha men and theSr helpers, were a!1 in tnctlon. strens out tlong the line of march, the effect Was quite Inipres-1 slve. j Our stav at Nikko ends at S o'clock j tomorrow morninc. wnen we wse1, train for Matsushiraa. Yesterday the weather Kas so tad , and the steady rain so depressing, that after lunch a council was held T?r .the party to decide what to do. Forthe purpose of erpedltlnfe such, business matters aa require action by the entire pirfy, an Informal working organization has JeW articles in eiPinFftiissia. Wallets, vGary caifis,"Punes, 'Bag?, eWel'casesJ'etc. II 7 4. lvclrs - t i i 411 V Ely 4 uitiUiii ili t f Wrd the end and, famishes .plenty ToMo tiutrt he 'puiblio matter have of exeirise. George tsenberg 'a'd tay- hVen adjusted and the taodtfied 'plans self liked the 'hiking bo wen 'that we of. welcome can ha carried out. . , ; Vilked ck to S"ikk6 trbtn the, take. , lshmg Vo.Jsce. Lake ( t"hu2eh ' the The retuiii trtp, -aa made after ftmch- Ha Lallans 'dectded id-take chinceVoa In-? at the Lakestde , Hotel. . trrCky'a Weather and TeaH, for Matsut , Out processl6tt of Mkshas 'todaV Y&s shftfia lomovrbw. The 'revolt was k'de almost as impoa'urp; aa a,caraVan. 'bw- ltghtfut surprise for Way,,fwas ,5per te, toh'e Bteepnesa f the ascVn't, feet, sunfly and Wlt.a. .warmth, that each rtksna Veired at least. t:o invited outdoors all with fciood : in tbolles, and for the larser mvnbers th'rlr v'el'as. , . , t of the party three or four. wer prb- ,. Tslkko and. to. env&tms wnl Vtded. UTien the, 'tWe'nty'-flte riksnk, .Very pleasant memory Tor tue Vicur-- me mem oers 01 ine Hawaiian pariy, sionisis. mi mm Mem jAVifcs A. hATlt: Yo tan't beat Mdhl ds a health resort . IJoUnd that oltt during taf month's Visit there. " .t. jl tJANA IN am returhlhfe to ih fcarlyalili' m? tdt tlSittiitHilo i nilifp J 8 liiertai;' in ti in itfeJt h it h?l rufeA which inft the eoajij of, the onnofftrtti wn have attacked the jihipL Judging from the ex pVrfrnees of other ihip Iot in the wime region, the. pirates prohahlr infestlthe ship a fter it had heeome di.sableil. ' There rio want more Ionjf-felt in Honolnfn than that of a detention, honse for jnvenile de linquents. . lAs arresting of "kidsT for petty offenses -Vohld not ; hurt the town anyway. A wuuu Pituc lunmu iuio a jonpier is nnaiiy enougii ;:to make hini;be good for a year and a J I'roui a partisan tandpoint this hreuk tlie Democracy is a gre-at thing for the Zepnl 1 i t ;.ns. Certain of . the Democrats-are like a j ck of wolves and are turning to fighting among t!.; inselvcs. That mea us wdf -destruction, j: I'or: the. ommuuity, the. inclusion of another H x al office opi'cjally "a jHtuhnster hi the list of available? twtroriage to be distenseil auiong i..ainlanders:' is a jrrinit iflisfortune and Wa'ftmr n peniianent one;'--' - Y':..' Just Kuch folly as, this put, the Collector of I nt enial 1 Jeveniie on the juainlaud' ttxniage lisVduring a liopublican administration.; Now eomes a fwst inasttT. 'nd if one postmaster, whj not another. uv -..v-y.-'.-. vt'";' i'.'.r-: The whole ihin. is the product of iwditictil folly and jemnal.isi)ittv. Tlje fault i s not i n ;Vah i n gt li. It i s nbtc i n officialdom of this administration or any other, It is the direct outcome of a mean, small, narrow v i si oned , wd fish 21 nd al togeth er ti uh a ppy iu t look 11 pon life ln the part of certain citizens residing in. 1. 1 on ol u 1 ii. h z h K ft f:: & ' Spanking usually luAw childreu;;i iVe: hope that tliO'Chasti.mdit istratiori, followinghe acuninisteria, win .eventually ue. or some value. the grinding ' ' . .BAED TIHES AKD EfFICIEKCt ; i..- ,v- .: ; . r-. . ;, - :Kot a, few nbscrvers of loi'al Jalmr. )nditions have leen surprised ; that . Hawaii has a larger number of unemployetl than ever before in- its history,' ami ' this in the miilst of th wson.oiilhe sugar plantations.- - dn the fttcc'.of. it thiols the time of vear when all the available men, W omen and -youths on the j)iantaimns isnounj ik ih uemami and nnd plenty JO tlOj ' -i v.-- j : Employers tt JalM)r jeixrt that th practical returnsof every day1 show a. greater ;efficiency :'on flie part of alf lalrers. Tin rejis just as much "to oinharvesjiuii crp Hut tlie laborers, without k'iiig urgtxlire lvtnrniug a letter day' iwultp),rtVH thait in the general nlgFfiYr? ahlihnient with s JxvIViclr they ;fTV ; .lAwst;irtain it , XunVparl if. "rkJ - po.a pernor f,'ne Uadlna : Vaidiington- authorities 'liave ivlously dtv ciueo .tnac it tne Democrats of Ua wan persist 111 playing tne part of "dogs delight U bark and 6 hiaihlarid teelihe fcchtlhced that the sugar Industrt bf llawait shblild b prbtected anil that flee sugar will meatt the destfticUbn of niahy plantations. wtitit.tra 4 Hrlfctv'' i am de- MftHk Iti the:;ildlsohia: tor a tbund tHfe td Hild; It baa Wen sbnjembnlhs iiftfce I - was enroueq wan tne nve btlrich bf bobsterS hbse main autf wil td watbh Mild grbw; 7 liiti Afcf fea felfel.tMri-Ht iiaii heefi ii -nHrt hitin ir Slnc I hatl had the bppbHtlnltt of , becoming, as wen ktortudlnib -lh -h1r4 fcffA fiffha kt presetit, ' . t. fepecl ;bi joltl thb feteatbet tlfttidloe? wlhli(, f i' days; tAVti ytiWDftf Aeedrding lb tin tttpnt mitlrttib flie ilhhiiflt nleet- ng 011 May S pf the Vt C. klt triU be ins - largest Eamenng ioi- mem rounz and old; eyer 'held in this city More than JWO Persona 'trill be in, at - . - 1 - - -JOE! COHEN ..That! patatlttjf"'V icsed at the second and last perform ancea of The CottmonirLaw," was from the gallery of Chester Doyle, who Incidental, to hli i other many Tirtuea and accomplishments, 1 some judge of art. , ' i 't CAPTAIN PAUt-r SMITH: I have made several trips to the Orient with deported Immigrants, and am looking forward to the one 1 am to make about the middle cf this month. 1 will hand over the people ,to a Special agent. who is to meet me In Hongkong. bite ajidtisheir-natnre to,,van tffort will 1k made to oring about benevolent iaeincation bv tne mainland route. special; Agent Isolierts jnobahly is 1 Hearing overtheowan'm of what llonoluln at largt would like in the federal 1... ' J.1 1 1 ... iHiuuiug sue man 11 ne nan consuitea a mass- imviing of citizens. At all events it has cost him a good sight less trouble. , V After all; it is only in waters within a thou sand miles of Hawaii that steamships can ojmt ate.. with certainty of safety. It is alwavs fair weather here, and though seas may be moun tains high" a sfa wort by ;ship can always rid them. . ' i 15 nmiim run r.T' - OR, EDWIN Ms! TAKEN 11,11 ISTIIEtiO nnnnrin a ran mmm ,S. V m mm inrnf rrh nr il Uiflt , pmbrrow eight wifl., b given on the Ycung. Hotel roof garden, the last bf , the" se.rles " of ,v weekly - con cer - that ;nate proved jsb4 popular sthia seaton. From , tomorrowoa the conccris .will largerattendaLnce bf music lovers-jand; pleasure seekersjlias marked alk pret , vlous ebneerta, and- St'is expected that tbmdrro w rp tghts crowd wi 11 r be nor "'exception i to the. rule, iV I;. ( -J f!r;"Te r:prbgram Ab'lle'i rendered by Prof, Miltners.brchestra followsr ; 'Hi March from the Symphone "Lenorauvl vea of i ;V. indsor ; O.MC0iai i to 1 5 - ' ft e f. UEUPASCf Texas,, May. 1. (Asicl ated Press -y Federal , Virelett) . ConsUtutior Jiist actnts hera IV stated fytsterday.t at an order has been Is sued 4..ff; t: ncbUization of -12.CC0 rebel troop; from the States cf Coa huila.'tTanru'pais andNuevo Leon, to renew? the xttack on Tawpico. It 1 ttated that Cenr Pancho Villa wilt lead the at'.ick rersonalfy.,.,. . , ' . I i'vGtnerat h -t and athera yeittrday asked Tel ipe AnjeleSr thief eonmina er.ot th-rt-sh artillery and flftt of VHU'a Jieutmantj, ta Join him , in a eorpbined mevement ajiinst the Unit .Merry Wivea of AVindsor ;s.O.Nico!al ia ia euv we overiure. rC rw- election-Grand American ;,Fanta-w aettet c-vea t he, AocUted . Sia - M.."i , J... . . .ThOS. BeiluIX rreis oy suenrai -v iu jc, u-7 aterea'2fcilyacin'th:,v..uE.aiatchs b"1 Violin So3o--PTeislied from theMeis- tfeelin3 xxists between. h.teJf and ;' Suntoget&W.wU kl. Waeri General, Ctrraria. thus ti..,ra aH.ru li. ; : rof-ArtVMiitnf.F -Mno-a that. the twa rebel lMi:rs had : nff)i,i" -:; ':"'" .faltei cut ss at r--u!t cf tvs r:'.j tent 1 l.i. CAloOrtn . from MPi nrliafnC'. . . . tAuldvLang-Sh'iFanUsra.Theo Mesas .-invasion, ef- f- -g.by Amer.cans. JSeiection The Master v:v1Vv..0 Hara - "lCIr . ' . . ; vraitz phUlis.;v..v::::;;s-.wittp.cALvESTc: Texs, ry:i. (a.. iruIa'Hula JloMTC-VC-Iifll'tner. aoclated Presaby. Federal v rt ..-: - ,;,vv" - r. 1 t .; ... MonAmerican ref;eea who are c':m w ;BilKrf le "asked ls 'to marry ;him ' ira hat . ,th ey , werr : fc rc u ; t . ; re before'he nadinown,her,ten minutes! Taaainst , their on. Arreric2.nr s:-.'?a ell-Vaturaliyl ;vSro :nian would rbaveergir.Ized and? are planning to hb had "known lJztwentv, C - return jo exica.J.;;;-:.. ; - WAsMiko? joW; May tAssoctaUd Pi-Riil few tifUfrl WlhllessT1Jftefn. felil hipofii .recfeivy Here yesterday thai, br;:dwth.ftyari; who Is fn "the service $f the United States Tookfng aHeF reftigeei : i;Mex!co, had. teen takeR prisoner oH, the charce'of tcirrg a1 pV it ioHflie thli morning, Tn the tirj cr Mexico; causea ecrexary 01 Stata Brdri td Wake Urgent'represen- tatloha tb SpiHUH: Ahibissador Rlano, tepreiehtatlva there of, provisional PYesldeni Huerii. Late last hlaht ho word hid beefl fceV6d asto the prob able fate bf Dr. Ryanr- -; - Word Was recelvd from thV City, of Mexico Vestefday ,tKat Vtverta Wd ac cepted the 'pr6potal e the 'mediator frorri 6rallr Argentine and Chile for; th iuepihslbrt bf all hostilities be- tWeCfl the UHited States and Mexico pending the ; effdfti bf the mediators id fcbtalrl i settlement of the existing dirfeMrtcel-:.- ?-" -,.?. : ' . v -: - Efforti to obtain immediate Vatlfica tlon by thi ,tenate of the 'Colombian treaty Vwara erafttically 'abandoned yesterday pending aettlemeritof 'the Mexican, controvtrsy.: Latest re porta received :y;thetiavy department of the American casualties at Vera Cmz art a follovirst 4 - KHIed Eleven sailors, "four 'ma rines, one service unidentified. 'Total, sixteen.-; ,. -";':,. v;';"..V: ; Wounded Tw6 naval officers, fifty Orti sallori, fourteen marines, 'three aervlee unidentified. "Total, -seventy. ; AiV: V" 1 W'v't ; ' " ' '."-"r"''"'"'.-" :il;sC4wa-'JtS s :Sf". '.'."- I new; -o-xoom : j art-, itibttMilltoKVirice. v 5U t.:at "i. - ... . - , '.'.1. 4 .V ' ' ' ' -"' " v , ' ' '. :"- -" iv I -1 i A. T. LONGLEY: The marketing division is receiving considerable quantities of bananas. We have some trouble, however, because it is hard to get Hawaiian growers to ship them green enough, while v the Chinese go to the - extreme and cut them too green. I PERSONALITIES JAMES A. RATH, !headworker of the Palalha-Settlement, returned to Honolulu Monday after a month's visit to .Maui, where be went for the benefit bf his health. 4 ( tietliation by South American eoun tries in the Mexican situation, with European goveiii- l liients tendering assistance on the side, will give an illustration of the ronroe doctrine worked on the reverse gear. Now that the ifuited States has !een goaded to action 011 Mexican soil, most patriotic Amer ican citizens should like to see their govern ment put the business throngh in its own way. Teddy has emerged from the far dr. Knkut euid -Nnuanntsta. TeL H7 nlgnt caU 251 Q21gQ southern e ,T T3;ts, and now something will have to 'be don ' 11 up.cwick, in initiation or subjugation, if IK- iClnv . fit 8T1IUBULLI XODAFS 1. irni in" itn Mivi-ni t5i waiKihj uinct formesseKPf',n wirn re- miliuir wexve O'elrv -i1nt f'-il,lii-ll mara - r"" 1 a t The idea was to steal Ubrernor George R. Carter tocrp.i a call for a t.7 ier who' BOY AGED 10 ELOPES WITH LIVERY HORSE By Intent JJalll SAN FRANCISCO Ion Prindle, aged ten, of San Jose, eloped wltn a nine-year-old bueey horse named Maud April 4. The couple have not been seen or heard from since. The local police have been asked to look for them. IlCOiiBLlED BELS Wk -J2 SEST-TEM.." BYTHEI BROWNSVILLE, Texas, May 1. (Associated Press by Federal Wire less) For the first time during the present revolution the Constitutional ists control the entire .portion of the eight hundred mile of Mexican fron tier facing the State of Texas. The last stretch was secured by the tak ing of Laredo Nuevos and "Pied ras Ne gras. EGAN JOINS RANKS OF BANKERS. MANILA. MartiiuEgan, formerly editor of the Manila Times, has en tered the employ of the great banking house of J. P. Morgan & Company, end has announced that he will not re turn to the Philippine islands. FOR RENT Manoa Valley, 3 bedrooms, furnished... Manoa Valley, 2 bedrooms, furnished. .. Beretania St., 4 bedrooms, furnished.. ... Tantalus, 3 bedrooms, furnished Nuuanu Valley, 2 bedrooms furnished . . Anapunl St., 3 bedrpoms, unfurnished . . Manoa Valley, 3 bedrooms, unfurnished Waikiki Beach, 4 bedrooms, unfurnished Auld Lane, 3 bedrooms, unfurnished Aloha Lane, 2 bedrooms, unfurnished... V. . . . .$75.00 , . .540.00 . . .$85.00 . . .$45.00 . . .$00.00 . . .$40.00 , . .$60.00 ..$60.O . . .$16.00 ...$17.00 .- . V FOR SALE Big Snap A home in Palolo Valley within 6 minutes' walk of carUne. Lot has frontage on two roads. Area 1 acresfijSts' quarters, ftables, chick en yards. Owner anxious to sell and will sacrifice. Guardian Trust Co., Ltd., 'm Bask ol Hawaii Buildlag. i if: I ii in i VV'jU For .SdeLlnnoa' J.jillpy We have for sale a desirable residence Jtoprty. in Manoa Valley, Situated moo high ground, it cocaid-an nnhiter rupted Yiew of JJiamoI Head and the seU well as a Tfaw of -the Manoa kills. "V The lot is spacious, 10i200, well lmprod With trees and Tbe house is of two stories and contalt lb e C3 bed Price and terms pa application. i ' ' V Hp vv aiernouse Fctt and Merchant: Ui " - $ t i I -4 . .. "!" f mis evening, . - ltUi ... I v - I ' -111.