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Vol. XV HI No !?324
HONOLULU, TKUKTTORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY MAllOH (i, l0;
Pmon 5 Oknts
"We Are Out Por European Labor" Says Giffard
Atkinson Holds Axe
JTo Use, If Necessary,
For Federal Appointee
PREPARED TO FIGHT FOR LABOR SCHEME
The rjnteralton of Japanese from
Hawaii to tbe mainland and the propo
sition or the immigration of Portu
guese or other European settlers are
matters tlmt nro coming closer and
closer together in the arena of local
, problem. This two Ideas And a cen
ter In h rarcutlro, If no whero else,
and Governor Atkinson Is feeling the
otntrilKxftl force of the contending in
ternal nt tlio present time to n great
Iegrw. Gotcrnor Atkinson, It Is said,
U ready for the struggle that Is tu
come, that fins nlrcady started, nnd he
bas very plainly ald so on previous
occasions as for example at the latt learned this morning that the uover
meeting of lira Territorial Hoard of nor, although he remains quiet, to all
Immigration when ho surprised every appearances, has taken up tho I tn mi
body by coming out with the declaru gratlon nnd emigration matters with
tlon that the sugar planters must the utmost preparedness. Ho wanU
. come to lime In the matter of offering to get bold of the books of tho various
proper inducements to settlers from plantation agencies. He wants to see
the Azores before the Immigration to whom certain money has been paid
Hoard would tako a. step toward gel- for legal services. More particularly
Ung the dtfilrcd 1000 Portuguese ngrl- he wants access to tho books of thu
cultural families hero from the Azores sugar concerns to whom was paid a
Xslnndr p certain sum of two thousand dollars
Sine that meeting little ur nothing for legal or advisory services,
hag tx-fii ocromnllshed toward an un- Of courso the Governor has no Dowet
demanding between the sugar planters to dcmu'nd tho books of tho plantation
and tho Governor and Governor Atkln- agencies, or of any of them. The only
son has sot modified his declaration, way this, could be effected would be
nor hits he taken one step backward through tho United States District At
from thu stand ho took nt the lmmlgra- torney taking such action In the mat- J
tlon meeting, exocpt to soy that he did
not Inlrod to convey the Impression
f opposition to all plantations offer
ing iPAtbolds or less than one acre.
As lo the connection between the
natter of the Immigration of Portu.
suese and the emigration of Japanese:
Aa AtMtiton Is Interested In the one,
so Is hi- Interested In the other propo
sition, if It bo true, as the Japanese
emigration agents contend, that the
planters, are doing all In their powor
to precnt the emigration of JapnncM
laborers then it may be inferred that
they nro the less likely to come to the
Coventor' terms In tho matter of of-
fcrlng Inducements to laborer-settlers
Atttepan will havo little or nojblna
to say la rvgard to the present sltua-
tlon, ttf$i to admit that ho Is deeply
interest d in the progress of tho pres
ent ezatgnitlon contest, wherein the
emlgrnrXin agents are being prosccut
d fur ulhged violation of the emigra
tion ngval Ucctiso law.
Id rrpird to the Iortugucse lmmlgru
tlon aCalr he will have nothing to ay
teynni ft assertion that thcro have
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6e U vo. ft .position that Is by no means
that of cinrnplonlng the cause of the
tdault-rt. If cheap labor be considered
a cams- of the sugar men, but be Is de
termined to stay by the proposition
thnt aettlers must be encouraged, and,
a fro- as hn, ns Governor, Is con-
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corned, every Japanese may leave the
country, tor tlio moro Japaneso who
leavo the country, tho greater oppor
tunity is there for tho realization of
the Idea that tho Governor Is giving
his full support, namely, that of get
ting European or other white labor
here to build up a WOrklng class Indc?'
pendent of tho employers. The Gov
ernor has nlrcady Irrevocably Identi
fied hlmsflf with this Idea and hli
friends declnrc, unqualifiedly, that tba.torlal lav
Goemor will leave no stono unttirncJ "This matter Is one that requires the
to see the scheme realized. I most careful consideration. It Is not n
From tho best of authority It wait
tor as would necessarily call for the
production of the books.
Governor Atkinson Is In close touch
with President Roosevelt in this affair
and stands ready at any moment to
notify the president by cable In case
be should soo fit to recommend any Im
mediate chnngo among Federal ap
pointees In this city. This Informa
tion comes from one close to the Gov
ernor nnd whose word need not be
Said one closely Identified with the
proceedings, this morning: "Oover-
nor Atkinson feels thnt tho planter
re against him In this labor question,
lie Is deeply Interested In this Jnp-
ancse emigration matters, for the rra-
.son that he has causo to believe that
f ho planters bavo In their employ
someone whoso position, In view of
present developments, should not be
Identified with the Interests of the
planters. If It becomes necessary, he
will not hesitate to recommend n
It Is known that tbe Governor has
been "giving V.torTp.n
emigration nnd tho Drosccullon ot
emigration and the prosecution ot
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rvttent on. thnt he has been personally
Investigating tho matter. This In-
vestlgatlon Includes tho emigration
matter from the "making of the law uy
tn the present time.,
' Judge Georgo D, Gear, attorney for
tho Japaneso emigration agents, was
seen this morning by a Dulletln re
I porter. "Cnptnln Trucbrldgo of the
Olympln Is here," snld tho Judge, "If
bo wants to tell you anything, ho may
1 have nothing so say In the matter
except thnt wc nro nnturally doing
(Continued on Page 4.)
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
extremest dresser and the conserva-
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
William M. Olflard of Wm. 0. Irwin
& Co., stated this afternoon that a
committee of tho sugar planters was
earnestly nt work In tho matter of
reaching an understanding as to Por
"The planters nro out for European
Immigration," sold Mr. Giffard, "and
what wo have to do-now Is to frame
plans In conformity with the ability
of the plantations as well ns with the
reaulrcments of Federal and Terri
question that ran bo settled In n few
hours or a few days or, perhaps, a few
weeks. We have been nt work on the
matter for several weeks past.
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wowsnniier iuik is noL Eomc to nein
tho business, nt all. It would be bct-'ductg' either as owner or employee,!
lor (o wait until there Is something. whether for hlro or not. nny gama of
When perfected, the Dlnntcrs' Dlans
Kill bo presented to tho Territorial
Hoard of Immigration for approval
A habeas corpus caso of a most un
usual kind was Instituted this after
noon before Judge Lindsay by Klochl
Sbtmlzu, the adopted father of Akayo,
a 13-year-old girl, against Masubaro
aasahara, her natural father, asking
that tho respondent bo made to deliver
tbo girl back to him.
Tbe petition, which Is prepared by
R. W. Ureckons, shows tho facts of tho
caso ns follows: Akayo, tbe girl, was
born In Japan in 1883. In 1890 Klochl
adopted her with the consent of her
Vrtnta and lu full compliance with
'er ? 0rt(.J?I'edniuhtn CS7.W
?T "? recognized until January 1.
parents and lu full compliance with
190C. Mssabaro, the father of the girl,
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and married another woman, with
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ttiiuui iiu mini; iu siunuu luun ina n jury or aiuing ano mainiaiuius a iui-ngo-
tory and was sentenced to pay a fine of,
in uvt rwiuvui cuuiv iu uuwun vitn5QQ by judge UO liOlu tne unusual
his adopted daughter and settled on ,za 0 the fine created considerable
mo isiuuu 01 uuwun un juuuurjr i
Klochl let Akayo go from Hawaii to
vlnlt tiAP fnthr u.hn un. Ilvlnif nt
Kwa, and who had requested that she
bo allowed to visit him, ua he was go-
Ing to Japan and wanted to see her
beforo bo left and promising to let her
return to Klochl. The faithless father
then retained tho girl In his custody
and oven refused to let Klochl see her
Klochl shows in Ills petition that he'
has become attached to the girl. He
Is unmarried, has no children, and Is,1
although ho Is not wealthy, still In
possession of sufllclcnt means to tea
that she gets a good education, The
other on tho other hand, nnd his new
wife liuo several children nud have
mil tho meins to support and ediiraf)
Akayo us well ns Klochl could do It
better than cure, every time. By
renting a box In our safety-deposit
vault, you prevent loss of your valu
ables by fire or thieves. The cost Is
only $5 per year and up. Better loqk
Into the matter today.
As Passed By House
HAWAII HAS NO PART IN ITS ORIGIN
Tho latest copies of the Congresslon-icontago gnme, or any other kind of a
al Record rocclod here contain tho gnmo played with cards, dice, or an)
bill to prohibit gambling In the Terr!- device, for money, checks, credit, or
torles, which, II It becomes law, will i nny other representation of value. Is
havo great effect In Hawaii, as It will guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be
cause tho energies of tho Federal au-'l"il,,'!d by a fine of not moro than
thorltles to bo directed against the, 15,000 nnd by Imprisonment for not
gambling evil. Tho bill, which Is both niop) than one year, or cither,
short nnd sweeping, passed tho Houso "Sec. 2. That this Act sbnll tako ef.
February 19, and Is thought by United feet within sixty days after Its pas
States Marshal Hendry to be sure to.Mgo"
pass tho Senate. "Then thcro will bo Tho Itccord contains a lengthy nnd
n lot of work for us to do," said Hon- quite nnlmated debate which preceded
The bill reads as follows:
"no It enacted, etc. That any person
In nny of tho Territories of tho United,
nintna whn dinls. nlavs. or carries on.
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nnnm ... .niifln tn hn onnnpii. or rau
l(aro monto, roulotto. lansquenet,
.,. . nnira mmin inn fan tan no
li,, seven nnd a hnlf. twenty-one,
chuck-a-luck, or nny bnnklng or per-1
Judge De Bolt Declares
$509 FINE-MAN GtTS
NO JURISDICTION, 8AY8 DE BOLT,
DECAU8E THERE WA8 NO IN
DICTMENT AQAIN3T MR.
Judge Gear thfs morning conducted'
a short, decisive and eminently sue-,
rcg,iui campaign before both Judge!
De Bo11 nTn "??""; by X
j,e succeeded In wresting two of hli
lrii.n(a from the erasn of the prosecu-.
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rjbaw Hlng, who was found guilty by(
comment at the time it was imposeu,
This morning Gear appeared before
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trial for Chew Hlng. Ho showed tlmt
nm 0, nii t10 court's Instructions had
nnt t,een filed In the- time required,
vJhlch In Itself has been held to bo
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tho nassaga of tho bill In tho House,
Although tho. paBsago of it will hnvn
great effect on Hawaii, It Is quite el
dent from the debate, that Hawaii had
nothing whatever to do with Its origin,
ns, although practically all the other
Territories wcro named In It, no refer
enco whatever was mado to this Terr!
This Is further corroborated from
tho fnct that Congressman LlttleOeld,
(Continued on page o.)
grounds for a now trial: secondly that
hlx plea had never been taken when his
case was heard In tno circuit court
end thirdly that although Chow lllng
bad been given a trial by jury, no nan
not been prosecuted under nny pre
sentment or Indictment by a Grand
Jury, and that for this reason tho
Court had no jurisdiction to try him.
County Attorney Douthltt opposed
the motion. With rcferenco to the
omission of the .taking of tho defend
ant's plea In the Circuit Court trial,
bo held that tho plea which had been
taken at his trial beforo tho District
Maglstrntgo would bo sufficient In the
Judge Do Dolt In rendering his dec!
slon not only'granted Gear's motion to
set his former Judgment aside, but
wnnt him one better In reference to the
motion for n new trial, by discharging
the defendant altogether.
Tho Court held, ns It did In Its fam
ous decision In tho Chun lloon habeas
corpus case, that the defendant was
entitled to an Indictment, nnd that the
Court therefore had no Jurisdiction tn
try him. Under theso circumstanced.
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Mocn(f(t l'ren Bptclal Cable)
PEKIN, China, March 6. An official edict Issued by the Government aya
that warlike reports are being circulated by traitors. Officials are ordered to
protect the Uvea and property of foreigners under pain of severe punishment.
Troops have been sent to the southern part of ChlhIO
(Attoclaled 1'reit Special Cable!
KINOSTOWN, Island of St, Vincent, March 6. Earthquake shocks have
been felt dally on the Island of St. Lucia since Feb. 16. The volcano of Souf
frlere Is quiet.
f.Wancfatcii J'rrM PpttM Cable)
8T. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 6.A bomb'factory has been raided
by the police with the result of 120 bombs and 20 revolutionists captured
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The late hour at which the cable dispatches have been received. Is the
cause for The Bulletin being late In reaching Its patrons for the last week.
This will soon be corrected.
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Still the tribulations of tho party were
Clerk Frank Hatch returned this not ovor. On tho way to Wahlawa an
morning after a most disastrous auto- other bolt repeated the performance bt
mobile trip which he, Owen McCarthy Its predecessor with similar results
and ladles took In McCarthy's car and tho car camo to a standstill. Hatch
around tho Island, Hatch says that gallantly volunteered to go for assist-
tho party started from Honolulu over
tho I'all nt 8 a. m. Sunday, Near Ka-
huliu n bolt Ip tbe differential gar
broko and got mixed up with tho other
machinery, theroby Impeding the wok-
Ing of the machine so that llalelwa
OFF FOR YOLCANO
The following left today In the
steamer Kln.iu, en route to the oI
cano: Miss Harrington, San Fran
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Neb.; Mrs. I., J, Waddell, Aurora. Nob.j
O, It Howard. Mrs. a. II. Howard. Miss elcgatlon, stating that be will not be
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