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3:30 EDITION Bulletin Advertising is the merchant's nearest approach to a Desirable Necessity
From San Francisco:
Tcnjo Maru May 19
Fur Sau Francisco:
llllonlan May 18
Muratnu Mny 28
Makurii May 25
DVERT1SING i the
"Glad to meet yon" of
buiiness, and it depends a
whole lot on how you say it,
also where you say it.
VOL. XI. NO. 4314.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
STEAMER FOR INTER-ISLAND SERVICE
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WORKLESS STRIKERS QIVEN NOTICE
TO TAKE LP
LOAN WIILBE PAID
Campbsll Estate Will
Take Over Loan Of
Tim Campbell Kstnle mny take over
the mortgage against tliv Kuplolanl Ks
tuto, now hold by 1 lie German Savings
ami Loan Society of San Francisco. All
(if lliu prollinlniir) arrangements luivo
boon cnuvustoil, ami tliu papers nro
now being prepared.
Tliu ileal InwilMM between $100.1)01)
nml S2li0,iii)O, tin exact figures probably
being nearer the latter mini,
Through Hie deal, nn Imiucnsa tiinu
tlty of securities, now In I lie psbob
slon of tlie mainland flnanclal Institu
tion, will be letiimeil to Hawaii, and
Iho Interest, which lit How going out of
the Territory, will lunialn Iteie. Tlio
ileal In tine of the most Important that
Iiuh been imllcd oil hero In months,
Tliu exact particulars regarding the
ALAMEDA HAS 42
The agents of the S. S. Alameda
nro In receipt or the following
wireless from Cuptaln Dowdell,
cent May 1 nt 8 p. in.
"Wo uro having Hue weather,
127(1 inlleH off. Foily-two cabin
passengers, 1370 tons of freight.
127 bags mull. Well Furgo ex
negotiations are IHng Itept very unlet,
ami lliu icproBentatlves of the Knplo-
' lalil l'stalo this morning ilecllneil to
Kite out any Information rog.il ding tliu
I ileal. Deflnltu corroboration of tliu re-
pori was seemed. huwoNer, ami It was
i learned llinl tliu preliminary transfers
iIihau ulreaily been made.
I It Is believed that the transfer of tlio
'Uerm.ni Savings and Loan mortgage
,vni responsible for the return of
Princu Cupid ftoin Washington. As
Iho nephew, and udopteil Bon, of tliu
llate Qncoli of Hawaii, Cupid Is closely
llilei-outcd In tile nlfalra of tliu ustuto.
The ib"t1 Is probably In Hue with n
policy to get the liabilities of tlio es
tate In tin local hands mid may. It la
minora I, be followed by other import
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We courteously invite a visit
from you to view the authentic New
York fashions for Spring and Summer,
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AIM MUST SETTLE
DIrlgo's Seamen Make
Tlio office of "JuiIbc" Almy, the Unit
ed Htutes ShlpphiK Commissioner, IhN
morning was tinned Into uu uxhtbltio.1
room. All the exhibits were Iruin,li
there by the klcktrs of tbu ship Ulrl
ko. who claimed that they wero not
red with kooiI kaukitu, durliiK the loiu
voyam around Caie Horn. ,
"Judge" Almy stated today that tbu -kickers,
bended by P. Allen, broilR.'.t
Into his ollk'e all sorts of sample
"isruli," which they nllcKed, they were
fed with during the trip down. Hoiiim
of the exhibits wero so unsanitary anil
unpleasant that, tbey were ordered out
of his offlce.
Ho stated further that the two par
ties, Captain (ioodwlu and the kicking
have slcricd an arbitration agreement.
on which he will base his Investigation,
to bo conducted In n day or two. Almy
went down to see Captain Goodwin to
day, but finding that lie was not well.
hi, fluplitiwl In luiktiwin,, lliu Ittinuliirn. ,
Hon until the Captain Is well eiioiij;1! '
to appear before him. I
FOR COAST TRIP
The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company will probably place un outer
for a new combination fielgbt and pas
senger steamer within the n.-ar future.
Though n definite derision has not bct-n
arrived at, the directors of the com
pany are practically agreed lu reg.ml
tn the project, It Is said.
Tlio plan Is to construct a ship of
tlio class of the Maul, u craft equally
adapted to Irelglit and passenger traf
fic. There will be more ample passen
ger accommodations than the Maul
bout boasts, and iho staterooms will
bu roomier und moie luxurious.
Speed Is likely to be uiiu of the not
able features of the priiot,cd ship, and
the flagship Manna Kea will have to
look to her laurels If piesent plans are
When tlio order for the new crall
will be placed has lint been decided
upon, bu( there Is a general sentiment
among the illr-ctois to the effect tbut
the. vessel wIlBoon be under.wny
LEHIGH KILL LEAVE AP A MFiM MAY
TFIFPHKflMPANY AILl lILIl lll 1
And Will Go, To
Superintendent W. K.Ia'IiIkIi of tlio
Telephone Company fiafc tendered his '
resignation, and will sail for tliu main-1
hind on lliu next trip of the I.urllne. '
Only n short time ago, l.ehlgli wns
elected superintendent for unotlier
term, but ho bus decided to letlro from
the telephone business entirely. He
will go to Portland, Ore., where, for
the next )e.ir or more, he expects to
be kept busy looking after his private
Lehigh has been superintendent of
the Telephone Compaii) for the past
secn years, hnlng been sent oer
heie by tlio Pacific States Telephone
Company at the request of thu local
concern He has been lu the telephone
business for more than seventeen
Who will succeed l-ehlgh as superin
tendent has not yet been unnoiinred
LIMINE HAS 26 cAN'T STAY IN
entitle & Cooke received the fob
f lowing wireless telegram I mm
dipt. Weeden of tbu I.urllne this
' "Kleen hundred twenty miles
i-- off Arrive ubout noon I-rliU.
Cargo for Honolulu luuu tons mid
Wells. Fargo express matter.
- Um,ilil...iii iiinlitu f.ir Ifr.nf.liilii
f Twenty-two paskongers. No mall.
Will Have Fine Float
At Convention At
If the 10 Iks of Hawaii don't (-rente
n sensation at l.o.n Angeles In
July, when the local herd goes over
to take part In tlio National Con
vention that is to bo held In the
southern city from July 10 to July
17, It will bo because the thousands
of visitors who will see them ner-
form uro un extremely blase lot. I
For the Hnwnllan delegation In-,
tends to do things that will inako i
the eyes of the ordinary '1311c wlio"'
(,omes from Puduiik or Kalamazoo
"bug out" until tbey look like on-'
Ions, Tlio niilvnl on tlio sccno of
activities of the herd fiom the mid
Pacific will bo signaled with u loud
nolco nnd things will Immediately
louiniencc to happen.
Jim McCnndless has been sent
abend to spy out the land and to
lay out a plan of attack. He bus al- J
leudy picked out tlio liendquurtem
for the KIUh of Hawaii, having en-'
gaged two tluo suites lu the Hotel
l.niikorshiui, where tho double will
bo brewed. i
A good-sized delegation, number
ing piobubly 2G or SO, will go over)
from Hawaii. Hut tbut will not bo
the worst of It, for there Is a big
crowd of Hawaiian Klks already
diverting over tlio Pacific Coast, ami j
the) will bo expected to 'forgather '
lit I.os Angeles and Join the local
bunch, m that tlio Hawaiian deloga-l
t Inn at tbr convention Is expected
Only 1,000 men are wanted for
the plantations tomorrow, R. D,
to number not much under 100.
With this number on band the local
crowd has hopes of carrying off tho
prlr.e offered for the delegation
showing the largest mileage. It will
piobubly be u close contest between
New York and Hawaii.
Just to let the peoplo Know they
ate on eurth the ICIIts of Hawaii are
planning to have the most unlquo
II oat at tho convention, and n sub
scription to pay for it Is already be
ing taken up. Thu members nro
contributing Individually, ami tho
Klks of Maul, Hawnll ami Kaunl nro
joining In with those of Honolulu to
make the affair n success,
Tho float will consist of a grass
house with a sisal roof. The sides
will be bunked with pineapples und
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Have an offlce which
is cool, comfortable
and well appointed I
It costs you no more
to rent such an office
in the BOSTON
BUILDING than in a
Consult the Real
HAWAIIAN a& THUS!
S.$. IIILONIAN, May 18
Next Fruit Boat
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO. PHONE 15.
To jump, a term applicable in speak
in? of one of the boys in our service
when sent on an errand. Obsolete
as far as other boys are concerned.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18. Ru
dolph Spreckels was on the stnml all
day as a witness in the case against
Patrick Calhoun, charged with brib
ing the City Supervisors. Spreckels
testified that Abe Ruef offered to
create a general strike on the street
railways and among the union-controlled
industries and thus force the
city to sell its bonds nt a low price
to a syndicate that Spreckels should
form. Ruefs scheme was to make
a winning on the losses of the city.
Mr. Spreckels alio told of the rela
tions of the craft prosecution to the
supervisors found to have sold out
to the railroads, and of the indemni
ty of the railroads.
Till: I.IKKI.IKi:, which was loading
sugar at Hnnnkaa, when the Mauna
l.oa left Hawaii, will tako G400 bugs
of sugar to be unloaded at Kallua. Shu
will tako on CO head of cattle for ship
ment to Honolulu.
WE do not
and cuisine than
The Palm Cafe
ST. PETERSBURG. May 18.
Oeneral Stocssel, who surrendered
Port Arthur to the Japanese, and
Admiral NcboRatoff, who surrender-j
cd his fleet to Admiral Toga in the!
battle of Tsushima straits, were to- j
day released from prison. Both of
these officers were sentenced to suf
fer the death penalty for surrender
ing, but sentence was commuted to
WASHINQTON, D. C, May 18.
I Walter E. Cook, a Seattle journalist,
has been appointed Governor of
i Alaska by President Taft.
j MRS. TAFT IS MUCH BETTER.
j WASHINGTON. May 18. Mrs.
I Taft, who is suffering from nervous
breakdown, is reported much better
'WASHBURN FOR CIVIL SERVICE.
WASHINGTON, May 18. Wil-
Ham Washburn of New York has
I been appointed Civil Service Com
Washburn was at one time chair
,man o fthe Philippine civil service
i board and is the author of several
papers on civil service and other
Two Japanese storekeepers who
came to town today from Aiea stat
ed to a Bulletin representative
that the Japanese workmen of Hono
lulu plantation held a meeting last
night and decided that it would bo
better for them to return to work
and that half of the men will turn
out for work tomorrow morning.
, Manager Ross was communicated
with by phone. He stated that he
had heard nothing from the Japan
t:e. There was nouarently mote''
visiting between the camps than
there had be:n, but otherwise there
was no chanee.
The men out on stilke nt Honolu
lu unit O.ihu plantations got notice
.during tho day that they will receive
no moie free wood, nnd If they ilu
not go buck to work by Saturday
they will be expected to leave tho
This gives the workmen ample
time In which to lonslder what the
intend to do and also allows them
full notlco so far as tho occupancy
of their dwellings is concerned.
They are not recognized as tenants,
but they have been Heated with nil
tho consideration that tenants
It bus been found that tlicio nro
plenty t.f men ready to tako up woiK
on the plantations, and the general
dl.-i .mllloii is to not further ullow
the strikers to occupy the Iioiim
and pi event others fiom earning u
The strike has been characterized
by tho most extraordinary state of
a (In Irs thnt mutt be peculiar to Hii
wall, Tho men have refused 'lo
work, mid meanwhile they huvc to
mnlneil In the houses vof the planta
tions, burning wood furnished them
by thu plantations They have been
supplied with eer.vthlng but food noil
Clothes. This shows that the plantii
tlon managements hnu been cousldi'.
nto to tho point of their kindness' u, -Ing
Interpreted as fear. Hut this t..
not to longer continue. The plantation
must go on and the workmen! lo inn
the iiroiiertles must luivo homes, so the
strikers will bo given due notice and
paid off If they do not care to work
pending a conference with tho management
This was tho principal feature of tho
strike situation durlnir the later morn
Ing hours of today. i:wa plantation
peoplo nro at work nnd oicryllilng U
running All Is reported quiet at al
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' just arrived
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