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EVENINO nULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. .. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1908.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
March 26, 27 and 28
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, (Sptclal lo The Dulltlln)
Hllo, lfawall, March 19 A case of
more (ban muni Interest was decided In
tlio Circuit Court here today, Morlto
Klzo, charged wth the murder of Mori
)amn, snld to be tho successor of Ku.
nakoihl, a murderer and thug now
serving with one of big llcutcnanU a
thirty-five jcar scntenco in Oahu
Tho crime for which this defendant
was tried was committed on the even
ing of January 1, 1903 nt n house In
Hllo directly opposite the Moohcnii
l'nrk. The circumstances connected
with the case date to tle trial of Kit
nakoshl. Morlto was a witness In thai
case and since then the thugs time not
had a friendly feeling for tho prisoner
and It was brought out In tho trial
that ho had been several times threat
ened, onco by tbo deceased.
At tho preliminary hearing the widow
of tho dead man testified that while
she was with her husband In their
home she heard some one calling htm
and that be went down stairs to sco
what was wanted, A few moment!
later she heard blows and looking over
the verandah taw men beating her bus
onnd with clubs. Now note the differ
once: At tho trial lost week she testi
fied that her husband nns under tbo
Inllucnco of sakl asleep In bed when
defendant came up and pulled him
down stairs, (the went down afterward
and saw the men beating him with
clubs and another striking him with
what nppearcd to be cither a hatchet or
a Japanese butcher knife This evi
dence of bers was disproved by tlia
fcmnlo proprietor of a bath house, op
poslto tho scene of tho murder. That
witness told of seeing the wife of de
ceased In tho bath house nud of her
PLANTATION LABORER WRITES
OF LABORERS' EXPERIENCE
Tki- ferine A-- tr.ts.11w
!" tn r..i. m....i... '
A MEDICINE THAT CURES
THINK8 MOST OF THOSE WHO
WRITE OON'T KNOW MUCH
ABOUT IT LAND IS
Editor Evening Ilullctin Over two
years the Honolulu and Islands' pa
pers tune advocated nothing else but
the labor question In Hawaii and most
ly running down tho management o'
tho plantations, the money they make,
the wages paid to Held bunds nud tin
ally advocating things which by on)
means they hue no right whatsoever
to Interfere with.
Ihcrc Is n stand point of view lo
the above things and that well consid
ered by any sensible well experienced,
good faith and Independent man. That
point ought to bo upheld in the right
eousness Tolrnncc '
There arc facts mostly occurring In
every place where there Is n manager1
or a plantation book-keeper People'
talk regardless of what they did In the
past and do In tho present lime, think-1
Ing not how they were and what they
ore today True it Is to say thai In the
olden times when tho plantations were
not of such a big area ns they nrc to
day, better times were experienced and
more money saved In labor's bands.
There Is a question put up now and
an answer is easily given without an)
How did they savo some money and
better themselves In those dnja when
the sugar was not bringing so much
money as It does today and labor was
cheaper than it Is In the present dato
Luxuries and drunkenness wcro nut
In such a big degree as nro seen toda)
but nn eye looking towards the futuro.
wns the main thing!
lu to Honolulu and there ou will
find a good miny 1'ortugucsc, well-to-do
men, nnd Inquire of them where did'
they save their first economies The
answer will be In such and such a
plantation NVcdltsa to co Into further
istrcnins n few minutes later when Bhc details, but retson nnd experience nl
left the bath and discovered the rc-juady gained, explain these facts
mains of her husband lying In the road I Inquire of various plantations of
In his own behalf tho prisoner tcstl- Hawaii wl.eio n good number of Tor
fled that ho had been threatened on Iueucsc were and urc emnlojcd what
II vf Y? II
11 v v II
numerous occasions by the deceased
and on tho night of the murder ho hnp
Vcucd to be passing the house of do
icascd when nc was assaulted nnd hU
llfo threatened To protect himself he
struck buck and killed the man In de
fense of his llfo. Other witnesses tes
tified to tho dangerous nnd vicious char
acter of deceased
In somo way tho defense discovered
the existence of a material witness,
some days after the trial was begun,
and Mr Irwin tiled nn aflldavlt asking
for n continuance, which tho Court
granted. This request was based upom
kind of treatment did they receive
lroni tho managers?
Going from Hllo ns far as Hnmakua
the record of several facts of those das
lb still fresh In their memories nnd a
good many laborers cay "There is no
lime compared with that of tho con
I know instances whero some labor
ers during time of Illness had no money
to pay the doctor's hill nnd tbo ninnager
by his kindness und free will asked
the doctor to charge such a bill to his
nccojnt and ordered the plantation
bookkeeper lo feed the patient till he
Can we dlsnuta
women are ner
How often down
hear the expres
sion, "I am so ner
vous, It seems as If
I should fly:' or.
" Don't nmk to
i " "w":Jannov vou nnd
mriko you Irritable I you can t sleep. I
you nro unnblo to quietly nnd calmly J
t;iiijiiii iuu, i.ui.j uokb v vote lur
The relation of the nerve and (Ten
erntlvc orgnns In woman Is ho clovj
that nine-tenths of tho nervous pros
tration, nervous debility, tho blues,
sleeplessness nnd nervous Irritability
Brlno from soma derangement of tbo
organism which makes her n woman.
Fits of depression or restlessness nnd
Irritability: spirits easily affected, so
that one minute she laughs, the next
minute weeps pain In the abdominal
region and between tbo shoulders;
loss of voice; nervous dyspepsia; a
tendency to cry at the least provoca
tion nil theso point to nervous pros
tration. Nothing will relieve this distressing
condition and prevent months of pros
tration nnd suffering' so surely ns Lydta
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the fact that a witness was discovered 'was recovered of his illness.
In Kau who would testify to tho fact
thul .Mrs. .Morl)ama was In the bath
houso at the time of the murder nnd
consequently could not have seen thl
crime committed. This witness was
expected to arrive In Hllo by train on
tho following morning. That same
night Mr. Doyle left for the Volcnno
and saw the man coming over from
Kau early the next morning. They
came back to Hllo together and tho
Japanese gave his testimony ns wns ex
pected by tbo defense but on cross-examination
admitted that he hnd told
Dojld n different story Then Mr
Do) le was called He testified to the
trip down and to tho fact that when
the train arrived ut Walakca Station
tho "disinterested" barber camo aboard
and immediately enguged In conver
sation with the Kau witness telling him
what he expected him to testify to on
The caBe was one of tho best contest
ed on both sides that has been heard
here In many years. The address of
Mr. Irwin for the defense lasted an
hour and a half and was a masterly ef
fort under any conditions. That of Mr.
Mllverton was marked by a knowledge
of law that was a gratification to the
many friends he had made In Hllo
when he came hero six or Bevcn years
ago to accept a position under Judge
utile, ine jury retired and was out
about two hours when It returned the
highest verdict under tho Jaw, The
caso Is having a good effect on the
Japanese and those on tho side of law
and order Join with the Anglo Saxons
In n deslro to have Mr. Mllverton re
main and prosecute the other murder
cases on the calendar.
i m FOR
Tho Paclllc Mall Steamship Com
pany's liner .Siberia from Yokohama
arrived oft tho harbor shortly after 8
o'clock last nJght and wns anchored
and quarantined on account of small
pox, The vessel will lay outside 'until
tomorrow morning undergoing a thor
ough fumigation and then como along
side Hackfcld wharf, where the steer-
ago passengers will be taken to Mau
llola' Island In quarantine nnd (be
freight discharged. It has not been
decided whether the cnbln passengers
will be allowed ashore. Tho Slberlr)
will probably sail for San Francisco to
"And what's the matttr with your husband?"
"The doctor says h has guitar In tht throat."
Hllo, March 20. I)r J. J. ("trace of
Hllo and Mlits Vera Greenfield of Ho
nnkaa will bo married at tho resldenco
of tho brldo's father, Dr. C. Jl. Orecn
field, at llonokaa, on Wednesday,
March 28, Itov. I.lndslay of Paaullo of
delating. The Doctor and his brldo
to-bo will leave Immediately for Hono
lulu by way of Kawalhae, on a wed
ding trip to New Zealand, whoro they
will visit Dr. Grace's mother for three
moths beforo returning to Hllo, where
they will reside.
l iuw at rapnlkou a man with a
noblo heart enter a poor cripple labor
er's houfe and enquiring what wns thu
matter, tho laborer replied, "I'm 111 1
have no money to pay for my grub nnd
for the medicine 1 have'rccclvcd from
the doctor Will ou help me?"
"Well," said tho manager, "Hero Is
eomo money, pay )our doctor's bill, go
to the store and )ou will have somn
thlng to cat."
Is not this n goad action from n
good-hearted xrfJJn from it man that
knows what poverty is, from a inn
that wishes the health aud prosperity
of his cmpldjces?
Nobody can say that Mr. M over de
nied n favor to any ono that went to
his door. Ho always Is ready to help
Go a little further up, as far as l'e
peekeo and then ou will find nnotlier
good-hearted man A roan of a noblo
conscience, a man that knows the good
und the evil, a man who always hax u
protective hand stretched to his field
laborers, and a man who never had an
impolite word cross his lips. Tell him
tho truth nnd ou will be attended and
IlBtcned. Tell him about tour ned,
'and you will be served. Mr. W. Is tlu
manager and at the same time the
father of his employes.
A gentleman like theso already spok-
i'n of Is also to be found nt Honomu
Jle knows almost every one of bis cm-
plojees He knows about their needs.
Ho has n protective hand towards or
phans and widows; In fact ho Is a fath
er to ull his emplojees.
Many facts could be published about
theso and other plantations near by but
n limit towards ever) thing Is always
the best, and let the public be tlu
Judgo und those that novo worked In
tho mentioned places.
Brewer & Co. is one of tho oldest
firms In this Territory and as far as I
tan see Is tho only company that ad
vises Its plantation managers to keep
nnd look out for their laborers.
Why do people talk about planta
tions without knowing what they aio
Lit mauigers do what they urn do
ing, and whenever they seo fit to In
crease or decrease vvuges they will do
It. it Is unlets for anybody to como
with erroneous articles to tho press
because that does not help any of the
working hands but on the contrary,
If any of the working hands would
Join together nnd would in a decent
manner ask from the sugar companies
certain pontons of land to raise their
vegetables mo9t surely they would have
It without any difficulty.
Should doubts be raised about wlmt
Is abavo written, Just walk Into these
plantations, ask for employment and
a piece of land, then It will be learned
that what Is said Is correct.
In conclusion of theso I say that most
people that write ngalnst tho planta
tions never work for them and better
it would bo If they would mind their
houses' affairs and let others alone.
Thanking In advance for the space.
Pcpeekeo, Feb. 9, '06.
Notice of 'Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Co,, Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that tho Wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its right to pay tho
whole of Its bonds Issued and dated
April 1, 1901, amounting to Ono Mil
lion Dollnrs (il.000.000.00) upon the
1st day of April, 190G, and Hint said
bonds will be paid with Interest to
April 1, 1906, upon presentation and
surrender thorcof at tho olDco of tho
Company, upon March 31, 190G (said
Ayrll 1, 1906 being Sunday); nnd no
tlco Is further given that tbo snld Wal
nhm Agricultural Company. Limited,
will bo In no wlso chargeable with in
terest upon said bonds from ami after
aid first day of April. 190S
W. A. nOWBN, Treasurer,
Waialua Agricultural Company, Lim
ited. Honolulu, T. 1L, February 21, 1906.
331Cto Mar 31
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NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at tho
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company notice Is hereby given to nil
holders of bonds of this Company
numbered from 1 to 750 both Inclusive
to present tho snmo for payment to
tbo Treasurer of tho Company at bis
ofllco In the Hackfcld Building, in
Honolulu, on tlio 1st day of April. A. I).
190G; and notice 1b also gtvon that no
further interest will be paU on bonda
outstanding after said 1st day of April
190G, aa interest will ceaso on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1906. .
HAWAII MILL COMPANY, LIMTED.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho adjourned Annual Meeting of
tho Hawaii Mill Company, Limited,
held at tho ofuco of II. Hackfcld &
Company, Limited, Honolulu, on Mon
dny, Match 19'h, 1906, thu following
oltlccrs wcro elected to bcvo for tho
J. F. Hackfcld President
Paul R. iKnberg. .Vice President
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
A. Hanebera Auditor
who also constitute tbo Hoard of Dl
Dated Honolulu. March 19th, 190G.
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