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WAIPAHU. Monday Morning,
7 45 o'clock. No new devo'op-
ments occurred In the strike Bltua
tlon during tlio nlghL The plan-
tntlon office force arc at work this
2- morning, nnd although ho has no
dcflnlto Information, Manager
Bull expects the strikers, or somo
of them nt least, to go to work
WAtPAHU, Oahu, Sunday, Jan. 21.
Walpahu hag suddenly taken on the ap
pearance, of a young hustling town, or
n California summer resort. Managor
Mull went to Honolulu last evening to
confer with tlio directors of tb plan
tation, returning to Walpahu tbo sama
This morning twenty stalwart po
licemen marched Into tho Honolulu
depot and boarded the 8:20 train for
Walpahu. whero twenty-flvo of their
plantation property against 1.700 dl.-1 To be had ,rom member, or at Berg
gruntkd and stubborn Japaneso strlk- strom Music Co.
crs, who were asking tho plantation i
authorities to grnut them concessions lurbcd. after Captain Lcsllo stationed
which, according to tho best Judgment two men to watch them. During the
of tho company's directors, could not night the gallant pollco wero driven
lio neceded with justlco to the planta- fron. their hastily provided and happy
t Ion's intcresU. homes to the prutcctlng lannl of the
Captain Kanao was In Immediate office by a heavy rain. Bhower.
command of the pollco squad, whlloj About 10:3U this morning tho Jnpan-
Capt. Ilnbt. t'arker was at the depot oso storekeepers at Walpahu, with a
to seo tho men safely off. Sheriff fow of their friends, called upon Man-
Drown and Deputy Sheriff Kaloklcla agcr Hull nt tho orflco and stated that
nlso went to Walpahu on the sumo they wished to net as mediators bo-
train, and were accompanied by Dr. tveen blmsolf and tbo discontented la-
Montarrat, who said ho was tak- 'borers, but his answer was to tho of-
en along ns surgeon to the pollco com' jfcct that ho wished to do business dl-
Iany. rcct with tho men themselves. Short
The train was met at Walpahu by y alter this many hundred Japanese
Copt. Leslie, who was In chargo of tho gathered around tho office, and
men already stationed there. The through their interpreter, II. Mlkl,
a plantation headquarters looked like stated their grievances to Manager
IhlTuuac grounds of regular soldiers. Dull and Head Overseer Wortblngton.
A few men were doing guard duty up Tho main bono of contontjpn seemed
and down tho fence, near the office, to hlngo solely upon cano stripping
others woro conveniently scnttercJ contracts, tho Japaneso maintaining
around tho office lanals, whllo several
hundred Japanese and whites wero In-
terctted spectators, everything
log quiet anil orderly, twelve mounted
patrolmen on plantation horses, which
were unused to military tactics, -went
through a series of evolutions prottllj
executed In splto of green horses. Af
,ter dismounting tho men went through
toot drill upon tho plaza between me dearth ofvlabor, they were, except In
mill and office, and seemed to thor- uxceedlngly rare cases, unahlo to fur
miehlv enlov tho outing. Tho grounds nisli their own men. nnd that It wns
wero then taken by tho foot police,
who marched and countermarched iif
nnd down tho placo, being admired In
the meantime by tho gaifng crowd,
Sheriff Drown and his men, If called
upon to eject tho strikers from tin
premises, will not do so unless thej
riot or cause violent disturbances
thus laying themselves liable to the
law. In a cbbo of that kind tho men
would bo arrested and taken to town
for trial. From present appearances,
this undoubtedly will not uappen; yi
the unexpected olten occurs.
The plantation people cvldentlj
bave much tho better of the argument,,
ns the 1.700 Japanese cannot hold out
long wunoui worn, lor tuo cost oi repaired to mo scnooi uouse near iue
feeding such a large number Is con' Japaneso temple, where they packed
fclderable, and with no credit at the tbo house to tho celling,
stores, their limited supply of mono) They spouted anil harangued to
will not last long. Those having the their hearts' desire, but came to no
money will soon get tired of support- definite understanding, being ns much
log their Insolvent friends. With the up In tho air bb they wore six days
aid of a few pick-up Hawallans, tin ago, when tho strike gained its Incop
will will grind tomorrow and tho ro tlon, and tho same old propositions
malnlng batch of cano, which has been wnro brought up fur tho first time,
cut lor seven days, will piobably hoi About i o'clock they put In an np
rallied by evening. Today about 250 pcaranco at headquartors, demanding
Chinese and Koreans are working In tnat cano tops used for Bced should
the field and wilt bo paid $1.00 each De weighed and credited to them as or
jor their day's work, which Is the us uinnry cano, Dull answered that this
ual pay for Sunday labor. ,wna ridiculous, for upon no plantation
Nothing very sensational happened In the Islands was this plan carried
upon tho place Saturday night. Tho out. The contract laborers bIbo asked
Japanese cut tho electric light wires that rallrnnd men should bo pa!3 extra
which lighted tho stables, but these for overtlmo, besides their lor day.
were repaired and were not again dls Tho reply to this was that tho Japan-
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i that they should bo allowed to usa
their own men upon these contracts
bo-'and that the plantation should chargo
n,cm bul 110 instead of f IS per acre,
ror cano Included in tbo contract work,
which they fn(Wd to strip. Manager
Dull answered that ho "was perfectly
willing to allow them to use their own
men but that, owing to the present
i necessary for plantation men to help
them out. Ho stated thai In ono or
two Instances only woro they able to
'supply enough contract men nnd that
theso men upon those occasions were
iiraY,n fiom among plantation laborers
tnat Were needed elsewhere,
( js to their desire to bo charged $10
per acro ror eano which they could not
BtrPl ho answered that nt no other
plantation wbb this method in vogue,
allll , woui,i uo unable to lnaugurato
t nt Walpahu until the other raana
leers had been consulted.
When noontime came Mr. Dull gave
them until 3 o'clock to decide what
ilmv would do In tho matter, and thoy
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eio during tho utrlko which occurred
eighteen months ago, formulated tbo .
plnn now carried out themselves, and
It should bo thoroughly satisfactory to
nil concerned, because railroad men
received $22 per month, when not
working upon tho railroad, for tho
same work which other men perform
ed for $18, they being given the pref
erence, owing simply to their being
employees of tho railroad system.
During .tho afternoon Jnmes nnd
John McCnndless, Win. lTotcnhaucr,
acting mnnnger of Hackfeld & Co,
who are the company s Honolulu
agents, nnd Immigration Commission
er Ilcchtel, arrived upon tho sceno In
an automouiie, remaining lor au nour
or tw o.
Tbo gist of tho whole argument ns
put forward by tho Japaneso strikers,
has considerable to do with cano
stripping, yet they are making other
demands. They asked to be, allowed
to strip tho cano when It was but four
teen months old, and they nlso de
manded a high rata per acro for per
forming tho stripping. Tho manage
ment said that the plantation could
not allow outsldo men to step In and
say what prlco should bo paid for strip
ping, and at what time it should" bo
performed, for tho result would bo dls.
ostrous to plantation Interests.
Tho Japaneso liavo not been nblo to
discover any new excuses for kicking
and aro simply advancing tho samo old
arguments under a different cloak
each time. If long-winded linguistic
proclivities count for much, Japaneso
ns a race, should bo classed among tho
highly successful professional politi
cians. They havo hovered around that
Japanese temple for six days and
nights masticating tho rag tho greater
portion of tho time, sleeping, standing
up, or hanging over benches, whllo th'
talking bco went merrily on.
Tho pollco had a most pleasant out
ing during tho day and at times merrl
ment ran high They played nt cardB
and football, filling In tho Intencnlnr
moments by singing tho over-dear Ha
At G:30 Interpreter Mlkl brought
word to Sheriff Drown that the strlk'
its would not como to terms and that
the affair stood whero It has been
from the commencement.
The foot pollco left on tho 7 o'clock
train for Honolulu. Sheriff Drown
left on tho late train, leaving Captain
I.esllo In chargo of ten mounted pv
trolmen, to hold tbo fort during flat
ulent. Tho policemen nnd Sheriff Drown
speak highly of the treatment received
at tho hands of tho plantation people,
tho men considering the trip to Wat
pahu a picnic excursion.
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(Continued, from Pape 1.)
Ing cano don't want to loso any money
and their Influcnco will go a long way
toward preventing any serious trouble.
The pollco havo not said that thoy
can't handlo tho situation; until tno
police glvo up thcro will bo no neces
sity of calling out tho mllltla."
Know of No Trouble.
There are many rumors nnd state
ments around to tho effect that a gen
eral strlko Is anticipated on all the
plantations on this Island.
Manager iicmon oi i'.u iimmuuuu
was In tho cltv this morning, return
ing to the plantation on tho 11 o'clock
train. He stated tnat lie anucipaieu
no trouble with bis Japaneso. Ho
had beard tho rurGrs but denied that
there was any truth in them.
Castlo & Cooko. agents, also declar
ed that there was no sign of strikes ou
tho Kwn or Walalua plantations.
Sheriff Drown telephoned to Captain
Sam Leslie at tho Walpahu plantation
this morning and if present arrange
ments are cnrrled out tbo striking
Japanese will return to work tomor
row morning. Tho Sheriff visited tho
plantation yesterday, returning In tho
evening. He took a nuinbor of officers
with him, but everything seemed to
bo satisfactory nnd they were brought
back. Captain Leslie was ordered to
return with his men tomorrow If tho
Japaneso returned tq work and theio
was no disturbance. Thcro has been
no violence whatever so far and this
afternoon tt seems that tho strlko Vlll
soon bo a an end.
NJBW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
KONA-KAU TELEPHONE AND TEL
EGRAPH CO., LTD.
At tho Annual Meeting of Stockhold
ers of tho Kona-Kau Telepbono & Tele
graph Co., Ltd., tho following named
were elocted as Officers of tbo Com
pany for the ensuing year;
President John A. Magulre
Vice President G. C. Hewitt
Secretary and. Treasurer
L. 8. Aungst
Auditor W. H. Greenwell
John Gaspar, M. F. Scott
and Joseph Prltchard.
Holualoa, Hawaii, Jan. ICth. 1900.
L. S. AUNOST,
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Last quarter of the moon Jan. 17th.
Sunday, January 21
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from Salt
Francisco, 10 n. m.
Stmr. W. O. Hall. Thompson, from
Kauai ports, G:05 n. m., with 6900 bags
sugar to II. II. & Co.
Stmr. Kauai, from Ahuklnl, Kauai,
C:1G a. m., with C000 bags sugar.
Schr. Concord, from Hawaii, C p. ni.
Saturday, January 20.
Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Tullctt, from
Kauai ports, 10:45 Ji. m., with 25C0 basil
Stmr. Llkcllkc, KaopJla, from Maul
and Molokal ports, 0:05 p. m.
Monday, January 22.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, from windnnrd
Hawaii potts, 8:30 a. m., with -120 bags
Monday, January 22.
Stmr. J. A. Cummlnj, Scarle, for Wal
tnanalo, 11 a. m.
Stmr. Kauai. Drubn. for Abukinl. t
A.-H. a. B. Alaskan. Nichols, (or La-
halna, 5 p. m.
Per Stmr. Mkellke, from Maul and
Molokal ports, Jan. 20.-A. M. Drown.
Mrs. Drown, child and two servants, A.
H. Judd, Wm. Meyers. John Llshman,
Mrs. Emma Mlhlpall, Miss Ah Moy, and
8 on deck
Per stmr. Maul, from Hawaii ports,
Jan. 22. Jarod Q. Smith, K.,9. OJord -
rum, Adj. J. M. Damberry and wlfs,
uco. II. Drown, E. H. Lewis, Samuel
Parker and 13 deck.
U, 8. Weather Durcau,
Temperatures 0 a. m., CI: 8 n. ni.,
C7; 10 a. ra., 71; noon, 73p morning
Darometcr, 8 a. m., 29.92; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m., 5.0G9 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m
70 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 67.
Wind. 0 a. m., velocity 0, direction
N.; 8 a. m velocity 2, direction N.10
a. in., velocity 2, direction S. K.; noon,
velocity 6,dlrcctlon S. W.
Rainfall durlmj 21 hours ended at 8
a. m., trace.
Total wind movement during 2(
hours ended at noon, 185 miles.
ALEX. McC. A8HLET,
Section Director. V. B. Weather Du
rcau. MORE STEAMERS
A San I'cdro dispatch of January 8,
published by tbo Los Angeles Times,
It Is said here today tlict tho Utah
faclflc Kuel and Navlgatluu Company
will In n thort tlmo build several largo
(oal bunkers at East San Pedro on an
extension of tho San Pedro, Los An
geles and Salt Lake Itallroad wharf.
It Is the stated Intention of the com
pany to ship loal from Utah to this
port by rail whero It will be loaded on
. m ii. p.tn.
steamers and sent to Hawaii, McxUan.'taKo charge of the new station for tho
uenirai American nnu ooum American
ports. Tno Btcamers have been char
tered for this purposo and tho com
pany will soon begin tho construction
of several large Bteamera of Its own.
DAMAGE BY STORM
HI.!. C1.lfV tr....... l.na a..aI.a,1
i.,iin- ,..... .iw. (n iri,i .i.iini.
that the fouce around tho jail In that
district has l-en hrokn down by tlio,"' "V'"v' '" "v:' ,.
recent storm. He asks that repairs be'. During 1902, when there was an out
made speedily lest tho prisoners have ea f ffBn)alll,,0X. '" I,oalt,0?' ?&
a chnncn to itcam iDnnckorhoff devoted himself to tho
a cnante to crcape. 'tnun-ii.,..,!..., r n,,. .,, , n.n.,na
Word "l comes from Hawaii that "-.-". " -""' v....-,.-tbo
storm last Friday played consld-i"""1''1' ,,,,,., ,
crablo havoa with the telephone sys-l Dr- "rlnckerhof gathered a large
tern. At Honokaa several poles wero f"ount of valuable jnfoi .nation from
blown over, nnd almost all .over the llB erva 'on of tho patients and
Island communication wns Interrupted.,"0,"1 nml,s,ca..1 . , .... .
'nigh Sheriff Henry states that ho' In January, 1904. when further In
has heard that several bouses at Wal- vostlgatlon of smallpox was decided
aholo wero blown down by tho high "P0", V"Ila,rva ndlr-' SC, r
win(i lUr- Drlnckerhoff nnd Dr. Ernost E.
' , , Tuzzcr wero sent to Manila. They ro-
F. M. McQrcw of the Custom House '"""ncd te"re "MCjhn a yea.
Bviviiu aim jura, L.UU1BU Avery weru
married In Central Union church Wed
nesday evening by the Rev. W. M. Kin.
catd. After the wedding the bride and
groom with their friends went to the,
nomo or tho newly wedded where
very pleasant evening was enjoyed JuJo I -'n Maul again with wim tort)
with dancing, refreshments and good Ave head of fine Walmea horses from
wishes. The custom house friends of tlio Parker ranch for the Maul Agri
Mr. Mrrirnw nrmu-iiii.il him with n -h cultural Company. They were landed
afder on one of the local stores. This.
very sensioie remembrance was to al-
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We received per the 8. S. Alaskan
a large shipment of GENERAL GRO
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Dr. Walter Hotnsen Drlnckcrhoff of
Doston, assistant pathologist In tho
Harvard Medical School, will nrol.nl.lv
treatment of leprosy on Molokal. Un
til Secretary Shaws approval, how
ever, no official announcement of tho
appointment can be mado.'
Dr. Drlnckcrhoff was born In New
York July 4, 1874, tho son of P. ncm
sen Drlnckcrhoff. He was educated
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He entered Harvard with tho class of
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