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SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1909
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HONOLULU, May 25.-Nearly all Japanese laborers on Oahu
are now on strike.
Waialua and Ewn men quit yesterday .
It is estimated that there are 7,000 laborers out.
YVaianae Japs return to work after one day's rest.
Consul Uyeno visited al! of the plantations in an automobile. It
is claimed the strikers can hold out three months. The plantations
were never in better shape to resist.
The Japanese Merchants Association yesterday passed resolutions
to endeavor to prevent the spreading of the strike anil to cultivate a
better understanding between capital and labor for the furtherance of
general pea re and prot-pcrity.
A special meeting of all plantation managers of Oahu was held
Raker is in jail charged with bigamy on rable ad vires from Chicago.
II. R. Raldwin sailed on the Maknra today.
The Supreme Court has decided that private counsel may hi; em
ployed to proserute cases.
Humorist George Ade passed through for the Coast on the Siberia
MESSINA, May 2.". The severest seismic shock since the great
earthquake was felt yesterday. There was a fearful panic but no
REfiGIO, May 25. Earthquake refugees attacked tlw barracks.
The soldiers fired killing Fix and wounding many others.
LONDON, May 25. Langfonl knocked out Hague, the new
British heavyweight, in the fourth round of a twenty round go.
ATLANTA, May 25. Striking emtiloyees of the Goorgia Central
Railroad want nil negroes discharged from the service of the company.
Arbitration has been refused by the Company and the strike may
spread to other roads.
WASHINGTON, May 25. The Supreme Court has found Tenne
ssee deputy sheriff and four others guilty of contempt of court in not
preventing the lynching of n negro who had been granted an appeal.
HONOLULU, May 2.'?. The strike procession failed to materialize.
Waianae Japanese out and the situation at Kahuku is in abeyance.
Japanese merchant feels the pinch and will use their influence to
stop the strike.
All of the small stores in the vicinity of the strike will have to
Ck.'.ie if the strike continues.
Chinese strike breakers threaten to strike berauseof disrrimination.
Oahu plantation has 300 men at work.
HONOLULU, May 24. Waialua threatens to strike this morning.
Waianae men talk of returning to work today.
Makino is agitating at Waimanalo with the hope of getting the.
The Kamehameha was the only yacht to jet over the course in
the Irwin Cui race yesterday. There was no wind.
H. R. Raldwin will build a home on Maui for ''ged white persons,
I. ISRON, May 24 China has made a demand on Portugal to re
nounce her c ;iini .111 Macao and ili'M'fiii'li('ii". Ptrith-h intervention
is threaten. .
A l' ' V "5 r.A..M.-iy 24. As a result of strikes the Georgia Central
Railroad has s 1 1 1 1 1 ilnvn The management asks for lhe protection of
WASHINGTON, May 24. -Meyer announces the naval pro
gramme to be two Orcadnaiights, two destroyers, and one repair ship.
HONOLULU, May 22. There is an unconfirmed rumor here that
the W'niltiku Japanese have walked out.
The Waianae men quit yesterday but have made no demand?.
Kahuku is quiet. All of the Japs are out.
Oahu and Honolulu Japs will march to town behind a brass band
No disturbance is feared but the sheriff is prepared.
SN JUAN. Porto Rico, May 22. A representative of the Hawa
iian Planters Association is offering $35 per month for laborers. GO
men have started for Hawaii.
TOKIO, May 22. Sone will succeed Ito whon the latter resigns
a.; resident general of Korea.
PARIS. May 22. The strike has been' called off. There are bitter
recriminations among the labor leaders who are shifting the blame.
TOKIO, May 22. Twenty members of Parliament and six sugar
employees have been arrested in connection with the attempt to induce
the government to take over the business from the stockholders.
WASHINGTON. May 21 Elliot of Minesota's supreme bench
has been nominated for judge in the Philippines.
PARIS, May 21.- France will have 38 battleships.
HONOLULU, May 22. Letters from Washington say that Wood
ruff will be confirmed but that the nomination for Postmaster of Hono.
lulu will not be made for some time.
Raker, the check passer, will remain here and work in a garage.
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