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V inf,nl(mTriinlP! I LOCAL AND IENERAL i
if WEEKLY CALENDAR i - ,
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Honolulu Chapter Regular L I rJ 1 fi iY i
I PHIDAY '
All Tlilting members ot lb
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meeting! of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, He. t, I. 0. 0. P.
Mteli every Mooday evening at 7:10
a 1 O. O. P. Wallf Fort street.
E. n. IIEKDIIY. Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. 0.
All Tlilting bro'.her Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meeti every? Tuesday evening at
t:JO o'clock In K. oti?i Hall, X!u
street. Vlsltlnfr brother. tordlaUr In
sited to attend. . , i
Ar SWEDDERf 0? C. S '-
P. WALDKOK, K. II. S.
bers of Mystic Lodje, Nu. 2 Wm: Mo
Kinley Lodge, No. 8, and vUltlng
brothers cordially Invited,
K. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KENWAY, K. II. S.
HONOLULU LODOE 1, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 61C, H. P. O. E.,
Ill meet In their hall on King near
rort street every Ftltlny evening.
Ey order of the E. IL
IIAMIY H. SIMPSON,
H. E. MURRAY, E.U.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No. I, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
l:M o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
street. Visiting brother! cordially Id
rtIM to attend., --j
L.i H. WOLF. C. C. , ,
E. A.- JACOBSON,K. R, 8
""HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meeta on the 2nd and 4th WETJNK8
t)AY evening of each month at T:JO
Vclock In K. of P. Hall, King atreL
Vltltlng Eaglei are Invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Sety,
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. P- M.
Mt ererv fccoiid anil fourth
FRIDAY of encb month In I. O. 0. P.
Vltltlng brothers cordially Invited ti
E. V. TODD. Snrhem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. ot It
DAM I EN COUNCIL No. 583, Y. M. I.
Meeta every aecond and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. Vleltinj; brother cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pre.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
but have your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
ed at once. We'l. begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
42? QUEEN ST. TEU MAIN 47.
P. O BOX IBS.
C. W. ZEIGLERV... Manager
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part cf city by
OAHli ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewato. Telephone Blue SfSt.
Phone MAIN 147
"AHW LODGE. NO.' 1, K."1 P.
f Het- every. Trldajr levenlig it
King and Bethel Sts
r -graprjite .paint tnadX
ntvnurc ctTvf J w
A kind of paint which
lasts 15 yean or long
er, the handsomest
paint for all exposed
metal or wood surfaces.
177 S. KINO ST.
of the Century Camera is
the revolving back. To our
full jtoclc'Of.Prtaos, which
we have' carried for many
years, we have added theT
superb Century,, This ca
mera is- adapted bolh for
plates and films. An exam
ination will repay anyone
the least interested in ca
" Everything Photographic "
See Our Fine Quality
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
W.W. Wright Co.
hav opened horaeahoe
Ing department In sonnsc
tlon with their carriage
shop, etc. Having sscur
d tha services of a first
claaa shoer thay r pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: :t
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King 8ts.
What's the use of telling the
neighbors what jrou needt Try
a Bulletin Want Ad., which will
Tall) linn, livery, nulnn. Htkyila. Htlil.
J, Jlaney will U-ave by-itlic, Jlon-
I Ileal eup of coffee In the city.' -New
The HdiioIiiIii Times will bo out
It I'. Davie lit nn outgoliiK pa"c
Ki'r,m tlic .Miiupilla,
' K. M. Jloyil wilirWimu with tliu bit
ThercvwIH be no ni-etlng of tlio
llUHnl of. Ileulth t6iiiot;ov.'. '
Excelnfur Uidm- "niirU Hit "evening
HI 7 .10 (iVIock In I, (). O. P. Unit.
Myrtle Ijxlge, No, 2, K. ut V. meets
tonliiht In K. ot I'. Hall. King atret.
White linen imnicotii for jtlie Klornl
parade nt Whitney & Marah'a Mr $1.2o
The grt rlcarnnre al at U II.
Kerr & Co. will' be continued' until
Olive Uriiiich llebekuli I.oiIrc will
ctve a ilaiico nt the Yuung Hotel on
A .frlMirT' Mitjiment of HiiyleKa7ehoc-1
olutc.s Just ptn:4,iii A(exancieromig
lafe.' Try n Ixix. "
Uenny ft Co. have a few second-hand
machines In good condition for sale.
126 Fori ir. 'I'honTMaln 488; " ""
l.idlen' Auxiliary, Aj O. li, Ulviclnu
No., 1. reKiilur mcvtlUK thU evenfnit
nt Sju in. in. C. '. U. Hall. , J
.A list or ino:omcorn eiectni to fcrve.
ftiy,lie ensuJnK JL"ri.,,ll "'V tlnn'otj
Ma'cfarlaiii' & Co. la piibUshed In' this
hlncl; mid white Kngllsh setter nn-'
twcrlni! tn tlie nainpif lrli'ice Ik IokI.
if returnedOv "1485 1
--! '..l I.I .
i-trlctly Orli'iitnl, kIiimiM lualiect II, r
1 Wlclimnlijft('u, s HtiH'l; of Cliliiei
iUfweJiJ'. f !
A I'ljieinmvetilciice of n tafe il
:. bixlwUlch t
Ifr' Hawaiian Trust Co. will
rJJlfty centH n month Ik in
Mr, IiikIIb, of llarjier'H Weekly, who
hnn been In Jiijuin n number of weeks,
It n jiaBii'imiT on the MuiiroIIu, home
It. .M. leiilierg,' brother of Paul
Ueulirc. unci his wife, came In on
I the .MoiiKolla liiHt nlKht. They lire nt
the rouni; hotel.
Low prices ut the New Kngtand link
er'. This is Hie week to select muslin
underwear and overskirtH. A Inignl
thlpiiient of these has just beeu re
leiveil nt Ilium's.
Children will take Kxlol, the only
tusteless ciiKtor oil preparation on tho
market and really enjoy it and ba
benefited by its use.
Mutorniau ChrlHtenson, for n number
of years In the employ of the Rapid
Transit, cue on a visit to the Coast
; by the .Mongolia today.
Coal your Iron roots with "Arabic.
You will be surprised at Its cooling and
preservative properties. California
Feed Co, .agents.
It pays to get the best office supplies.
Particularly does It pay when jou can
get them nt the Hawaiian News Co.,
Voting Uulldlng, at the lowest price.
Odlclnl subscription to the Chinese
Kelef,KnnU yesterday" brought tho
amount up to IC30G.10. H. 1. Knyc ot
K0I0.1 pluntntlon, Katml, sent over
llobert Tolmle, a compositor on the
iijitnliig jiuper for the past two yenrs,
hai slqni'il on the' ship' Ulmsdule us
uoHtswaln and wlll'lenvu here for Port
land on Thursday. ' ' ' I
i ne strongest, argymept ror electric , )ms rvfatel u, ,Wsa the bill limiting
power Is Hint It Is used In the best cb.,iilt. j,,,,,,-,, 0( ruioad employes.
tiibllsliiuentH throughout the civilized'
world. Is It used In yours? The Ha-, The Semite passed this bill boiuo
walan hlectrlc Company. weeks ago. It provided that railway
Mrs. Kcarns wishes to notify In-(employes may not work more thun
tendliig shippers that there will be a ' t.KI,u.t. consecutive hours followed by
thlp direct to Oertnany next month. u la)..,)rf of tlio sumo number of hours,
she can nlco furnish Information le, , ,
'r? nS"!: FHef rts the foV INSURRECTIONISTS TDIE
tr.tl'ltin unmix tint ..lll.ln ..I. t .. 1 . I
. 1 .
u.w .wu ,, ,is Niipinii,
Honokna. 5000; Kukulhaelc. 800: Paau-',.'
1700: Kukahiii, C'JOO: I'aaullo,
SM'u: HoniiaiH). COO: lMinnluu. 7492.
Sealed tenders for constructing a fire
proof vault, providing screening and
Iron ImrH for certain windows and
trading and filling of lot at the Immi
gration Station, are advertised for.
Dr. Mclennan has returned and ro
turned practice at Dr. McQrew cot
tage, corner Illchards and Beretania
ctreets (Itoyal Hawaiian Hotel block)
Phone Main 229.
J. A, M. Johnson, general agent uf
Ilia Vflllfltldl Pilull llniilatiiH f'. Ill
Japan, Is 11 through passenger on the JAPAN ,N0T EXCITED
(Mongolia. Mr. Johnson was formerly! Toklo, Feb. 18. Tho news ot tho
r, jiromlnent business man of Honolulu I passage ot the new Immigration, law
Invitation enrds have been Issued by , by the American Congress excites no
I Ihe Hawaiian Society of tho Sons of unfavorable comment here. The puli
1 the American Revolution for the celc- He Is una roused hy the news.
1 Urntlon of Washington's llirthday at;
1 7-30 p. 111, III tlio roof gnrden of tholRERKELEY SEEKS TO
Alexander Young Hotel. be CAPITAL CITY
..iibs iiusu uuviMjll, lliu llicill nil-
mime oiurer. Kiiuiereu 111 i.in whjk mbi
'"."" --i.h i" uniiiiuiB cnurgv.
..... M...nU,..u,.u,v,..uu.,DUU. .,-.
Ing nbi.ut continuing to drive a sore
nnd dlbiibled horse consequently his
I lit illuriiiruiiiliiil fiffliAt f t tf , "11 tntt
Valentine wxlal given last
Thursday evening at the Susanna Wes-
t At' 1 f sitnn ti'nu ft milniiA ah 1nt.1d.,lt.B
successful affair. The children of tho Testlfy to the Efficacy of the New
Home deserve great praise ror the I Scientific Dandruff Treatment.
iXrestine nr "M Ut '""I A' 'a,ller' Dcnvcr' 8a": "Hel"
interesting progiam. Mdf hM mn(le my ha,r grow rupl(11jV.
The Guild and Woman's Auxiliary Mrs. A. Guerln, Great Fulls, Mont.,
of St. Andrew's Cathedral will hold Bays: "I find Herplclde an excellent
their first Lenten sewing meeting on duiidriiff cure."
Wednesday afternoon, February 20th j jr. Greenland, Portland, Ore., says:
at 2 o'clock, at the residence of MnJ-'.Vewbro'B Herplclde stopped my hair's
on Holt on Judd Btreet, These meett falling out.')
inK wm ue neiu every eunesuay hi-,
ternoou during Lent.
The dining room of
hotel wns quite comfortably filled last
night by nn appieclutlvc audience who
listened with Interest to n' lecture by
the llev. Thwlng on "The Volcano of
Kllauen." .The lenlertnlnment was
given especially for the visiting tour
ists, and enjoyed by them immensely.
The lecturer was repeatedly applauded.
IIOKOI.l'l.l'. T It . TUMIiAV. mil,
been one of I our thief
Lowering the price by lower'
in the qnalityjtnd substituting, is I
not our pVicy The cutin qualify i,
aiwsvs greiter tnn tne cut in Brice,
nd' tie ipectaele wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for vou
in. high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
4v OKADUATE OPTICIAN
Over'May dc Oo.- 1
Fine Hawaiian Curios
and my own manufacture of HAWAIIAN SOUyENlR 'JEWELRY
including a line of SPOONS distinctlv H. U. (Huth Ulais). '
is .stamped on each piece and is
n .,j DiscriminatingKbuyersirecognize the superiority of my
viv products. .. i: ; J, w v I aj A
" - I TJO THE BEST JEWELRY WOPf IN VN arid araWe-)
j J- - 1 l '
Additional' Cable News or) Page 1,
. " ' " V J
OF Alt UBORERS
Washington, Feb. 18. An agree-
menl has been reuched In the Japanese
nffalr on the following lines:
Thcj Jniuiicueichildreii are to be nil-
ililtted to tho(Bchool8lu an I-runclsco
MJ V T T mM rl 1 M
unuer certain restrictions. curvlngs.
Skilled and unskilled laborers are to Mr. Hitchcock1 anil Jus. Wlhler'lmvo
hi mutually excluded from Japan ulid ni,erlntended';the hanging 'of the- plc
trom the mainland. 1 tures , which has edded: unite n-consld-
l..,.tul,li..i, lli.u,it'.lf u-lll llnir.illutM 11. ...!. .n ,l . a. i ..a ... it i
, ,c.-.iijv,ii. ,w-v...... ,..,. ..vb.....u
iiew treaty to-thaf effect.
LIMITED HOUR RAILWAY
BILL NOT PASSED
It'nulitiiirtfiti LaI 1UTha tfIIIClt
tHiniiiiihiuii, a vu. is, ici mm"j
,,, .-,, tia.,,M,
'?" ..""."'"v.f.r't- .."?.!... "7.
u reiuiii.i uuvu uTCU
1M,nl, niircrn w
Mutlllr.ll tAUa&U HI
Maiden, Missouri. Feb. 18. A. U
lirannon, u Balooh-keejier, yesterday
thot nnd killed Attorney I). ll.-Cox and
Dr. J. W. Uenll. lirannon himself was
shot nnd killed as ho was being taken
to Jail. The quarrel arose over u local
ll,,r mlnv. 1,-eli. IX A muss llleullll
, ,,,, Ileltl nere Iast i,Kht to take action
Kecl,re the removal of tho State cup-
.... . .I
Km rrom 'Sacramento to iierlieiey, A
1,11, , tlmt crtect will be liitn.duced
jllto tl0 legislature.
j, u, Israel, Norton, Wush,, says:
"Heiplclde..,has completely cured my
Charles Urown, President First Nil-
tlonal Dank, .Vancouver, .Wash., sus:
"Herplclde; Is noted for keeping the
scalp clean. y
. Insist upon 'the genuine, Sold by
leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps
for sample to The Herplclde Co., De
troit, Mich. Hollister Drug Co., spec
NO KIND OF PLEASURE
it, becoming friends with the .master
minds of- the past. The way, to do
this is to' hive their works rightn
your library. Few writers equal and
none surpass Ooethe and Schiller in
deepness of feeling and beauty of
thought Are not those the, kind. of
companions you desire t Came ind
examine bur half motoccalafjre quar
to editions of Ooethe (n fve and
Schiller (it four volume, extensively
-j T ti'7Xi3.'Vkikit
Prfce J. 10 W3F&&&
Wm, C, Lyon Co., Ltd,
HOTEI STREET opp. UNION.
Weekly EdltlA o
n giyee a comsltp-wnrhar7 of
w or the day.- -'
.t J tAi
guarantee of the
4 V Q. L.&. .
J 064 Fort St.
flnn 7 a.m. In 111 n.m.
r r j
ARBOR DAY PltH
The olctures whli-h wtru iilv,,n ns'
.-,---, ---- "...
lirlzca In the Arbor Day competition of
u10 1.1,1,11,. h.-IiihiIh. win i,,i on ,.mm
non in the education office. tomorrow,
There ure a dargej variety of ulctures.
oil ,.puliltl'ugs by Hitchcock. .I'rlntJf'l nd stood'for tho,bes( nnd highest
copies froni old inas'teni,' and wood
iuu,e ,11 iiie eiiect ui iiiejuisuiny.
supei'intenuent Uuuultt expiesses
liliiihelt-uH-uVerxHtlsQed 'With-the exhi
bition. It Is the Intention to send special In
vitations to the Senator and Heprescn
tatlvcH to visit the exhibit.
United States Marshal Leonardos a
through passenger on tho Mongolia.
He Is In charge of threo prisoners' cu
route to San Quentln prison In Cali
This is the first Instance In which
prisoners have been sent from the Dis
trict Court at Shanghai to the United
The prisoners ure being guarded to
day by a local offlcer, thereby allow
ing Marshal I-eonurd a chance to
itretch his legs on shore.
The follliwtnt? frplL'llf ni-rtvn.l uur
'steamer Mnuiia Loa this morning: 1233
bags A sugar. 10M buns A suca'r. 780,"" t,Ie "me nml we should fight for
. .. -. . - . - -
i.ugs conee, 37 nags Leans, so bags taro,
4 nags ginger, 7 bags awu. 4 bags pea-
inns, a uags potatoes, IB tmrrela or
nilfnia C linvn, i-nn..A.i R 1. ....,.. .1.1
fish, 0 boxes dried tlsh, 3 barrels line,
C2 pieces koa lumber. C bundles hides.
10 kens butter. 2.i lllltirlioil liminnn. ft I
head cuttle. 8 calves. 1 cow. 39 hoes.
dates pigs, 5 cnites chickens, 197 pack -
nl. ..1... .... . .. .. . . .1
1 ne u.iiiu iahikh 01 tne ineosopiucai;
1111 imeresiiug meet iig
iir. I'riuin Bi.oke on v.. -
- 1 u-
iloua subjects connected with Theos -
ophy and wns eagerly listened to
au appreciative audience.
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Clgsra Is the
Why? Because It Is the finest type
of a cigar. It Is a make of exceptional
merit; of most pleating aroma and
devoid of rankness. ,
Try the DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for 6c.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 6TREET8
.Newi Exclusion Act
txuiesa mass meeting wns.dicH which lie wears. Ills character
.the eihool prcmltes on Nun-
last iilglit to discuss tho
new rBiiulgrallun Act which was pass
ed by the I'nlted Htntcs Congress.
There were present about 1.S00 peo
ple, IncluiUng n few white spectators,
mpngthe) latter were, C. B. ,l)esky,
United Hfaies DIstrlcCAttbriley II.. W.
Ilrcckons, Deputy Sheriff Jarrelt and
a few others. The audience was, be
sides the proprietors of a few new
hotels and the press, principally made
tip ot workingmen, the more reprc-
M'ntatlve.jUHmneHO being conspicuous
vyr uiciiyuuoeiicw. i f t
...A rcpresuiitntlve ofttliB Japanese
Consulate was present, but did not
occupy a conspicuous place. The
meeting commenced at about 8 o'clock
with Onoderu, of the Hawaii Shlpo
leportorlal staff, ns the first sneaker,
f'lle'stnted itio fTribe of Ibe rnec'tlns
vin j appropriate jrcmarKs, (iiiier
.wlikli hujiniAiunceitliut.K. Hitgn, a
hotel proprietor, wottldorhclato as
cliuirman of llio.incutlug,.-,
...t . . . .)..., i
uouoi uariers uooa-win ', .- ?
Itacl'i Mlfl lliat tho people of U
; carters uood-wni .-
;li Mlfl Uial the people of Um
lkStiit, lliou(,-li the! passa'gcjof
ImnilgrRtlon ActV-hAd pioveu
tnemsclvcs unworthy of their name
usn'lvlllzed niitlonl "It Isavhnme-
d Very likely v vfyll
mi act, anu veryjJKciyv wjii oi
.I-IT'.. ill.. .,i..J.. . 1.' '....1 ..
u.n.,1 ...., ..dw... m. , u..,-u
K inI viiiiui nan E-iuninii V lyciiiisis
papcTs Riil(tlhiit lie'illir iTCt cafe If his
ilaughter iiiHri'led-H-JHpunesc, and,
while he may have meant well
enough, tlfeiuls some doubt ns to the
good' Intention of such n marriage."
(Applause) The decision on the San
r'rnnclscp schopl question was of vital
Importance and would huvo most Be-
j rlous consequences, Jf not wisely sot-
I tied. The Japanese must raise their
i.olco and protest, ngalnift such action
The iiKslstnnt Kl I tor of the Hawaii
Jlju Shlinbun was Introduced ns the
next speaker He said that the pas- hn hy Ul0 ,,,;, wlllcE,n;
rage of this lmii.lgratlm Act meant veins 1 true Japanese. Wo con
tho narrowing of the liberty, of tho cmi the Chlnesn ,f n..rJ .... 1"
local Japanese ns
from lhii standpoint of humanity,
their rights and freedom are being
,iioA.. .i...i i........n.i.. ,i.A ..1.1....
uioil7,Uim.-l. l-UIIIIVIlj UlU IlCOIUUIIt
uf ... ,,,.,. ,,,, h..,. ,.., ,,.,
sympathy for the Japanese people and
had actually and energetically work-
riiniuy 01 innnKinii. ills until ap-
proval prllsapproval of the Immigra
tion AcJ. was"belng 'fcheil with the
greatest interest,, and especially so
by 'the' Japanese. Should this 1,111 fin
ally become K law, If would do great
hurni, and .commercially the louil
Japanese would be .ruhied. A Ilshcr
innu who had ,caiglit a fish was not
considered"!!! fool, buPthe flsliNvhlch
Japanese are Just llko that. They.
I were considered fools because they
were caught sleeping while they had
ample time to do something against
tlio passage of such an Act. It was
high time that tho .Iapnpcso In Ha
waii should fearlessly express their
views and rulse their voices nnd lodge,
o protest with the home. .Government.
riits the Planters
Hew Ito of the Knknako Buddhist
Chapel spoke about ns follows:
"Gentlemen, I nm a preacher nnd
my business Is to see that all men, re
gardless of color, race or religion,
live In harmony nnd in peace. Hut
,.w.0, ......vt vu...u.vMVa ,u.,n u lid ! I.... I . .
attack the, weak without good cause It
becomes the duty of every good citi
zen to stand .up and oppose it without
fear. The planters lire stumping us
,.,. ..... . . .
tho common rights of mnnklnd
Great Japan of tomorrow with her
- .population Is ready to meet all hard
if . . . . .
hup. unu as 11 preucner in Hawaii l
suy It Is my duty to take part in lt.,0ns of the rUrl ii " ,Jl, "I!.?
and see If possible that . the rights of ,I.n,tafl,etf . UnHsSLX
2lBreat Japan s sons nre protected. Ac-
lcor(lln' lo 'he terms.uf the net which
j passed the United States Congress wo
arc classed Ilko'the'Chlncctfand Ko-
1 "f:n,,ii,,, i ... n.., m...
i.. ... ......
I V""u.e" " wniinoiiore I'erry.
American, The ports of Japan wero
opened to the world nnd people from
all over the world, nnd especially tho
Americans were freely and liberally
permitted to go to Japan without re
striction. Civilization Is something
greater than nil Inventions of modern
times. The most Important factor in
true clvllUutlon Is the "love for man
kind." The whites here ure constant
ly talking about tho Japanese mili
tary spies, nnd It seems to me they
are simply making the mntter worse.
When Russia nnd Japan went to wur
the Japanese bent the Itusslan forcos
both on land und ben so badly that
the whole world wob astonished. Wo
lire today placed 111 a dangerous posi
tion und we must make tho best of It
to get out. The planters hero might
be thinking that they Could treat the
Japanese us they pleased, and, If so,
they nre badly mistaken, A mnn's
character Is not necessarily known
by bis appearance, color, race or the
Is known by his actlnni. It Is not n
gmsl thing to raise race dlscrlmlnri-
lion, Tho American nnd the Japan
ese (lovernments have always been
on friendly terms, nnd why, then.
rhotlld the great United States (Jov
eriimeiit bar us out of her domain?
Mutt Stand Together
, ,"Sh!ld till) llreaUlent.slgn, this hill
and It becomes n law, It will surely
result .In n most serious diplomatic
complication. Speaking from nn
Ameilcnn point of view, It would be
tho grcntest shame and disgrace thnt
toiiM be wrljieiiut,)ie hlstorjfof tho
Aflierlfntir- nation. iTho 'Amtrlcans
criticise ur-nielhod!of Vorshlnraut
I say It' Is not the Torm of worship
that Ood wants; Ood wants us to wor
flilp Him In firlth nnd In spirit, and
not In hypocrisy. .
"If, oi throw, n, smal stonefnto
tbojw'atei It wll Vuiely dlstu'rll It
ntidlccfliiinly cause a" splash and Wet
thc.Viefghbors sitting near byr That
small school question of the Ban
I'ranclsco School Hoard Is certainly
Ioitf.atgreat deal of damage today,
and It iKJhlL-li tlrrie to repair the dam
age lon4ty we could help It. In my
oplnl(in,-Nfiiiy agreement or treaty
iiiiweu uciween two couctrlet wllli
cut Jh'ofb.ickliig nml support of their
'""le iioiiid no corrected. In eloi-
U .. - "
uigj'i v isli to nsk you mi to stand to
rf ether hand In hand and defv nil .inn.
wis iiini are already licfore us. While
the whites are thinking that they
could use us ns they please because or
our size, wo must show them that in
ilungcr nnd In death we nro nlwuyn
rcudy to die for otir greaX Kniieror
flud country.". .
Reduced to Slavery
Xegoi-o, ii graduate of a mainland
law college, was loudly nppliuuled ns
ho pioceeded to speak. He spoke
about ns follows;
"Gentlemen, I nm not a speaker nf-
I MKiuKii i was educated in the United
lain leu .,, .,. ,., .. .
0r forn,P ,lnni, .,,.... , .. .
..- ' " "" I, Mill 1 WHS-HI
me mutes, the Americans mftilo fun
of the Jnpanese simply to tease me.
Are the -Amerlcnnrf taking us Tor
fools? Our squadron will arrive here
tomorrow., What Is our Consul here
Uolng? Wbnt.ls the Japanese .Ambna
wdor n Washington doing? Aro
they only good for sitting down nnd
tccelvltiK snluries for-dolng nothing?
Should (thls, ,blll become 11 law, wo
"WYr1" Japanese, will be treated llko f
wines; you latiorors, here can not do
JOII Will be l).lld rv hnnr.
j.-riiyiiiiout-jio"por month, nnd
pructlutlly be placed-under tho bonil
tl of slavery. InJJmt Instance, wo
Wont rieed lleet. Consul ahd'Ambas
nidor, becnii.e'towe lires'laves. Wa
ought to shnre In.and get n portion
of tho salaries of Amunssador Aoki ut
Washington und Consul SaltO of Ho
nolulii, ho thnt we could liavo a good
time In vlilting the fortification silo
nt Diamond Head and have other
amusements. The word coolie does
r.ot properly npply h, our case, be
cause we are laborers. Whn -
laborers should do Is to demand Con
sul ouuo 10 issue us passports to go
to tho mainland. We should demand
our rights under the terms of the
treaty, and I nm sure W. O. Smith
secretary of the llawnll.in iin...'
, Association, s iif accord With me In
..... purneuiur. We brothers of
Admiral Togo, who annihilated Ad
miral Uojestveusky's tieet. nnd of
General Oyama, who defeated Kuro-
patkln shamefully, should shovA
what material we are made of. If
necessary wo should boycott Ameri
can goods. Those statesmen who
passed this Immigration Act proved
, tiiemsniv..u i, W .'""'v
1 .. F, "nvnl (IC""'tratlon on
ho Pacific, nnd their battleslilps will
be stationed here to protect , tho
American Interests. conclusion wo
must unite our forces, strengthen nnd
forwnul our protest to the homo Go",
I). K, Kquehl, Jnpaues Interpreter at
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