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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II.. TUESDAY. JAN. 7. IMS.
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WEEKLY CA EKDAR
Honolulu Commandery Instal
Pacific First Oeflrec.
All visiting members of he
irdi-r are cordially Invited to
,tlnd mi Jtlngt of local lodge
.K0 NY LODGE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday ovcnlng . nt
lu In t. O. O. F. Hall, Kurt Street.
G. U. HENDRY, Secretary.
F. W. OHllltlNO, N. 0.
All vliltlng brotnem very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
' Meets every Tuesday evening at
..30 o'clock In K. ot 1". Hall, cor.
rort and lierctaiila. Visiting brotu
r cordially Invited to attend.
A. S. WHIIDHK. 0. 0.
F. WALUUON, K. It. S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
. of I'. Ilnll, cor. Fort and Here
his at 7:30. Members of Mystic
jidge No 2. Wm. McICInloy Lodgo
o 8, and vliltlng brothors cordlslly
1 1 lied
11. GOSLING, C. 0.
A. S. KUNWAY, K. It. S.
HoTlOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge .No. 010, 11. P. O.
., will meet In their hall on King
near Port ntrcol ovcry Friday oven
g i .l'" of the K It.
IIAItltY A. WILDER,
. B ItlCllftlUJSON. 2. It.
Om M'KINLEY LODGE No.S, K.ofP.
Meets every Saturday ovenlng nt
,'::!0 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and lloretanla. Visiting brcth
th cordially Invited to attend
L. II. WOLF, C. G.
n. a. jacoijson, ic. it. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meet on tlio 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
: 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Harctanla and Fort etroets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at-
L. E. TWOMHY, W-, President
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. S. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
lays of each month nt Knights ot
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers r.or-
Dally Invited to attend.
A. I). CASTItO,
A. K. Ml'RPHY, C. of It,
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
Ihe Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
Ass ci i .d ij raes
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
MONOLU uiron works
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcription made to order. Boiler woik
and RP'ETED PIPES for irrigation,
purposes a specialty. Particular at-
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Imr'J and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. CERNANDFZ & SON,
Vos. 44-50 King St., Katscy Bile., lit.
Wurinu and Smith fits.: Tel. 189.
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
Enclish and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES
ttiiuik books of I'l mrta. ledgon
' etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pul
, lishtns Company,
j gftctosor Go.
tving and Bethel Sts.
Coyne Fvwnifciire Co.
We have everything in
Frcjli Bamboo Fibre
for weaving, Lauhala
Mats, Tapas, Brasses.
Hawaii & South Seas
Curio Co., Alexander
Schuman Carriage Co.
SKATING-RINK BLDG., Queen St.
A Victor Talking Machine
BRIGHTENS THE HOME.
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort St.
At All Watchdcalcrs.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Oor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
The Waekly Edition of the Evening
fiulletln gives a complete summary of
tho rievs of the day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today's Bulletin Want Ads. will
find desirable tenants for desirable
Embroidery aalo nt A. lllom's.
Don't forget the Poultry Show to
morrow. Try a dinner this evening nt the
Alexander Young Cafe.
For a good bargain go to Knimulllth
k C'o.'h. See their ml In this Issue.
Tonmriow will bo (ho Inst day of
Whitney k Marsh's underwear snip.
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Ofilcc Specialty Co.,
Alexander Dowrott was among tho
outgoing passcngcis In the Klnun tliit.
E. P. Low and Angus Mrt'hcr de
parted for Wnlmea, Hawaii, today. In
Tho annual report of tho business
of Clans Sprockets & Co. appears In
this Issue. '
F. 11. Mcstockcr of tho Huwallati
Development Co. departed In Ihe
Mystic Lodge No. 2. K. of P., will
meet In K. of P. hnll this Tuesday
ovcnlng at 7:30.
Tho latest stylo In ladles and gen
tlemen's hats can bo teen at I'yeda's
on Nmianii Acmio.
Hoffmann Chop Houso open all tho
tlmo on Hotel street, near Nuuanu.
Fxcollent meals nt lowest prices
Ladlos Auxiliary, A. 0. II.. Division
'No. 1, will meet In C. 11. U. ball this
Tuesday ovcnlng nt 8 o'clock.
C. l- Peterson has filed a bond, with
.tames L. Holt Kiirely, as administra
tor of tho estate of Samuel M. Pedro.
Wo have kodaks ot every slzo and
prlco, hut (hero Is only one quality
tho best, llolllator Drug Co., Tort
You can save money ami linvo well
cooked meals by using n gas stove,
fcce the Honolulu Gas Co.. Ltd.. Bishop
Tho nicest gift to send jour
friends Is a enso of Island preserves.
Mrs. Kearns has n fresh lot ready for
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. !'.,
will meet In Odd Fellows' ball tlili
Tuesday evening, January 7, for In
ttnllntlun of olllcers.
If you would have a hushcr, take
home a package of Alagretti's Chip3,
Tablets, Creams or Nougat, . from
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Sing Chong ti. Co.'s suit ngulnst Lin
Hop Wal Co. Is discontinued by Cecil
Ilrown, attorney for plaintiff. Tho
case Is six or suven years old.
Cordelia Church Allen petitions that
Hawaiian Trust Co. ba appointed In
her stead as trustee of tho ustato of
tho lato William Fessenden Allen.
Itcports from McBrjdo plantation
nro Hint tlio inn fields taken olf, sine
grinding was begun December 13, run
ivcr tlio estimate In sugar content.
When jou'ro down-town Ip the even
ing, try u dinner at tho Alexander
Young Cafe. Dinner every night till
3 o'clock. Alexander Young Uldg.
Deputy Insurance Commissioner
George E. Smithies left In tho Klnau
lor tho other Islands, where ho oxpects
to loot; Ink) Iho Insurance business.
If n paint falls to either protect or
beaut I ly. It is u failure, all round. W.
P. Fullor'B Pure Prepared Paints do
both. Lowers & Cooko. Ltd., agents.
Twenty sccona-nanii sowing ma
chines ot all standard makes for salo.
Prices from $3 up. Ilenny & Co., Ltd.,
.igonts White Family notary, 1200
l'ort street. Phono -188.
Hooulii and 1 Inula Socloly will hold
ihelr regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock tit
tho Maternity Homo. All members
uro requested to attend.
Tho Victor Talking Muchlno makes
tho home atti active. Entertains any
number of people old oi young. Coma
nud htnr It at tho llergstroui Mutdo
Co., Ltd., 1020-22 l'ort street.
Kor safety, convenlerfco, "and soven
other reasons," life the Shannon sys
tem of filing, manufactured by Yaw
man & Erbo. Seo them nt tho Ha
waiian News Co., Mil., Merchant St.
The Hoard of Hcgeiils met yester
day and adopted the prospectus- ptC'
pared by Dean I'opo of Iho College ot
Agriculture nud Mechanic Arts. It
will toon be Issued In pamphlet form.
Mrs. W. II. OIcsou will speak nt tho
meeting of the, Woman's Hoard of Mis
slono. which will bo held lu Central
Union Church this nftoriioon at 2:3d
o'clock? Mr. C. M. Hydo will pre
Charles (I. Williams, son of Charles
Williams, county ntlornoy of Hawaii
county, died at Lcuhl Homo ou Satur
day night last nnd his remains wcro
taken to IIIlo on tho Klnau today for
It your estate, Is small, that's all Iho
more reason why your beneficiaries
should not have to glvo most of It lo
tho lawyers. Havo your will nntdo
out at onco, and properly, by tho Hu
wallnn Trust Co., Ltd., Kort street.
Chief Justlco Alfred S. Hartwoll and
Assoclato Justlco Sidney M. Halloa
nresentcd their regular commissions
from President Roosevelt In "tho Bit
promo Court yesterday morning. As-
loclnlo Justlco Arthur A. Wilder forth
with administered tho oath of olllco to
A-n entertainment will bo given by
Iho Snlviitlon Army tonight, In Iholr
hnll on King stront. A program has
l.een arranged by tho children ot tlio
Army, consisting of muslcnl drills,
hongs, recitations, etc. After tho en
lortnlnmont prizes will bo given to the
children who havo been In attendance
In their Sunday schools for Iho past
("-1 I 1
A. i SAM.
Boston Building. Fort Street.
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
Mlth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Deretanla &L Phono 1491.
Curios and jewelry
REPORT Or RESOURCES AN DLIABILITIES OF
CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO., BANKERS,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1007. ,
Bonds nnd Stocks
Cash , . . .
Territory of Hawaii, County of Oaliu.
I, E. I. Bpilldlng, Cnshlqr ot tho
solemnly swear that the above Btutomcnt Is truo to tlio best of my knowl
edge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this lith day of January, ltnis.
v, HENRY C. IIAPAI,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
3S92 Jan. 7, , 11. a
For Presidential Nomination
ALllAN'Y, N. Y., Jan. (1. A 11 ughes League, to work for tho nomi
nation of (lovornor Hughes a tlio Ki publican nomlnco for tho Presiden
cy, has been Incorporated.
'PEARSON CONTROLS LONDON TIMES
LONDON', Knghind, Jan. G.--Tlio control of tho London Times lins
been secured by C. A. Pearson, the maniigliig dliector r the Hlaiidard
Newspapers, Ltd., and thn liuad of tlio C. Arthur Pearson Publishing
C. Arthur Pcnrson Is thn iiiblluher nud proprietor nt many ot tho
leading newspapers of (ircat llrttalii nud ot many periodicals, lie start
ed the II rat half-penny morning dally In London In 1900. Among Ills
newspapers are tho St. James (lazcltc, (ho North Slall mid Kvcnlng
Mull In Ncwcastle-oii-Tyne, the (iazctto und Kx press In Illmilngham, tlio
London Dally Hxprcss and tho lllrmlnghnm Kvcnlng Standard,
o -an i i
CONVICTION FOR PERJURY REVERSED
WASH1NOTON. D. C, Jan. IS. Tlio United States Supremo Court lias
reversed tho findings ot tho Oregon courts lu tho trial nt Congressman
Williamson, of Oregon, who was convicted In 1905 after thrco trials for
subornation of perjury In connection with thn Oregon hind frauds, Tho
riiBo' against Williamson was prosecuted by Ileney.
IMMIGRATION TROUBLES TO BE SOLVED
VICTORIA, H. C, Jan. G. Minister of Labor Leinlciix arrived hero
today on his return from Toklo, whom
tho Japanoso (lovnrnmcnt otllclalK respecting tho Immigration trouble. Ho
htalos that ho belloves that a solution of Iho dlluVultlcs will bo arrived
PUTER IS OUT OF JAIL
PORTLAND, Ore, Jan. 0. Puter, who has bcon sorvlng n sentence
hero for perjury lu rcmncrtlnii with the Oregon laud frauds and who wub
pardoned by tho (lovornor on Now Year's, was released ,from Jail today.
m i a i i
AMERICAN-CinNESE ENTITLED TO HEARING
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. G.-Tho Supremo Court also rcndnrelt
decision today that Chinamen claiming lo bn natives of tho country can
not bo deported or excluded without a hearing,
NINE JURORS FOR THAW
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 0. Nine tentative Jurors have been so
cured for tho second trial of Harry IC. Thaw, for tho murder of Stan
ford White, wlilrh was begun today.
m i m .
. ALL RAILROADS OBEYING THE LAW
WASHINGTON, j). c Jan. G. Tlio Interstate Commerce Coinnils
rlon, In Its report to Congress, states that the railroads uio now abiding
by tho law,
FREAR SAILS FOR HOME
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Jan. G.
passengers sailing for Honolulu on the
why the best filing system for
the offlcc is that gotten out by
the YAWMAN. & ERBE MAN
UrACTURING CO., the
The first two nrc SAFETY
nnd CONVENIENCE. We'll
tell you the others, if you call
to sec them,
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Capital paid In $ 500,000.00
Surplus nnd undivided
Jirollts ' r,S,7CI.S8
Deposits , - si:i,onr..i2
Duo Hanks ' 5,147.17
Dank of Onus Spreckrls & Co., do
K. I. SPALDING, Cashier.
ho has bcon lu consultation' with ,
Govornor Frear was nmong tho
S. S. Manchuria today.
IN Hi PORTS
CABLE REPORT OF SAN
Monday, Dec. 16.
KUHKKA Sailed, Ucc. IB:
Am. will'. Kvn, for Honolulu,
WeL'neaday, Dec. 18.
AUCKLAND Arrived, Dee. 17.
llr. S. 8. Crown of Oallcin', hence1
Thursday, Dec. 19.
SALINA CRUZ Arrived Dec. 15:,
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, henco Nov. 30:
OKAY'S IIARHOR Sailed Dec. 17:
Am. schr. Robert Lowers, for Hono
lulu. SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 10:
A.-H. S. S. Missouri, for Sound.
Saturday, Dec. 21.
NKWCASTLE Sailed Dec. 1G:
Am. bkt'o Puako, for
Monday, Dec. 23.
SAN FRANCI SCO-Sailed Dec. 21.
Am. bk. Annlo Johimm, for lllto.
KAHULUI Arrived Dec. 23:
A.-H. S. S. Ncvndan, henco Dec. 22.
IIILO Arrived Dec. 21: .
Am. 8. S. Kntcrprlso, henco Dec. 20
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 23:
Ilk. St. Kiilhcrlne, for IIIlo.
Tuesday, Dec. 24.
Am. hkllio Coronnilo, for Honolulu.
Thursday, Dec. 2G. t
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 21:
Am. fcclir. W. II. Marstou, for Hono
lulu. Am. ep. E. M. Phelps, from Seattle
for Knhtiliil, put In leaking. '
Friday, December 21. .
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 27
Am. hktne. Irmgard, hencu Dec. 12.
PORT TOWNSENI1 Arrived Den. 27
Am. bk. Albert from IIIlo Uiu G.
Saturday, Dec. 23.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 2G-A.-H.
S. S. Alaskan for Snllna Cruz
IIILO Arrhed Doc. 27:
Am. bk. Mohican, from Tnconia,
Monday, Dec. 30.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 29:
Am. bk. Andrew Welch, from IIIlo.
PORT TOWNSEND-ArrUcd Dec. 2S:
Am. hk Albert, mm IIIlo.
EUREKA At rived Dec. 29:
Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, from Hllo.
KAHULUI Arrived, Dec. 29:
A.-H. 8. S. Tcxnu, fiom Honolulu.
Monday, Dee. 30.
YOKOHAMA ArrUed Dec. 2D:
P. M. S. s". Korea, henco Dec. IS.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dec. 28:
Fr. S. S. Amlrnl Foiirlchon, for, Ho
nolulu. KAHULUI Sailed Doc. 29:
Am. bk. H. F. Whitney, for San
Note Am. sp. Jnbez Howes failed
to get nwuy from Kahulul on Satur
day, as reported.
HAN FRANCISCO Balled Doc. 31:
P. M. S. 8. Chlna.'for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 31:'
Am. bk. Edward May, from MnWn
well Dec, 11.
PORT OAMIILE Sailed Dec, 30:
Am. sell, Alice Cooke, for Honolulu
A11ERDEEN Arrived bee. 30:
Am. bgtn. Geneva, from Mukawell,
NKWCASTLE Arrived Dec. 29:
llr. S. S. Aotca, henco Dec. 11.
Thursday, January 2.
SAN DIEGO Arrived Jan. 1:
A.-H. S. S. Nebraskan, from Snllna
Friday, January 3.
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jnn. 3:
Jap. S. 8. Nippon Slum, henco Dec.
NEWCASTLE Sailed Jan. 1 :
Am. 'schr. llclone, for Mnhukoun.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Jnn'. 2:
Jap. H. S. America Mnru, hence
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan. 3:
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, for Honolulu.
Saturday, January 4.
SAN DIEGO Arrived, Jan. 3:
A.-H, S. B. Arlzonan, from Sallnn
VANCOUVER Sailed Jan. 3:
Dr. 8. H. Monna, for Honolulu.
FIJI Sailed Jan. 1:
llr. S. B. Mlowcrn, for Honolulu (3(i
hours late). x
MAHUKONA Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. schr. -II. C. Wright, from San
Monday, January 6.
SAN DIEGO Sailed, Jan. 4:
A.-H. 8. S. Arlzoiiiin, for San Fran
cisco. MONTEVIDEO Arrived, Jan. 5.
Am. Hi. II. F. Packurd, from Nor
folk for Honolulu, put lu lu ills
1 1 ess.
JC M DC W 5C M W W -" W W 30 )C It
" TRANSPORT SERVICE M
K J( K K X it RXWKlKJtWK JC Ot
Warren, In Philippines.
Thomas, nailed for Manila, Dec. 14.
llufnrd, at Manlln,
Gherldnn, at San Francisco.
Iignn, nt Snn Francisco.
Crook, sailed for Manila, via Guam,
Sherman, at. San Francisco.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
IHE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana Co.,
G2 S. KING ST. PHONE 525.
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Tuesday, JHiiuary 7.
P. M. 8. S. China, Krlcto. from Ban
Francisco, n. in.
It M R K )! X ft ( X i! X ? 5f JC X
.Monday. January G.
Sttur. Ko An lion, Ttillett, for
Kauai ports, 5:30 p. in.
A JC X X Jf M . XKKKM
i( SAILING TODAY
A 3 K' J( it H i i KIC K M
P. M. S. 8. China, lor Ihe Orient,
Slmr. Klnau, Nelson, for Hawaii
ports. 12 m.
Stmr. Iwulanl. Self, for Maul and
Molokul ports, 5 i. in.
Stmr. W. (1. Hnll, Tor Kauai porls, 5
It JC X X X' 3C X X M X X X XK
X SAILING TOMORROW
X X X X X X X V X X X X XXX
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdoll, for S.m
Francisco, 10 n. m.
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)i PASSENGER3 ARRIVED X
it X X X K X JJ 3 X X M X X X K
Per S. S. China, Frleli-. from Sail
Frnnrlsro, 9 a. in., Jan. 7. For Ho
nolulu: Dr. L. F. Alvarez, Lieut. Col.
Geo. L. Anderson, Geo. It. Andrews,
Win. O. Atwaler, .Mrs. Win. O. At
wnlcr, C. A. llachnlder. Mis. C. A.
Ilarhclder and child, Miss Clowe, C.
Ilcdcmanu, Mis. C. Hedeinanii, MKs
Allco lledemnilii, J. T. Kennedy. Mrs.
J. j Kennedy, Mis. L. G. Maillatid,
.Miss Anna H. L. Hidden, Patrick .1.
Kcuiiey, C. I). LiifMn. Geo. M.
Hnlph, Mrs. Geo. M. ltolph, Miss Dor
othy A. ltolph, C. L. Stone. Mrs. (!.
L. Stone, Mrs. II. II. W'lnslmv, Mas
ter Lylo Wlnslow, Miss Eda Wins
low, Miss Nellie Wlnslow. For Yo-
Kohamii: Rev. .1. ('. Ambler, Mrs. J.
(;. Ambler, Alusler John Ambler, D.
Gnicnio Rnbeithoii, P. ('. Russell, l.
ko Yew. For Kobe: F. (Jensen, Sell
tain Mlyalie. For Manila: T. K. Ail
leon, .Mrs. T. IC. Adieon, Miss Jessie"
L. Adrcon, .Miss Carrie C. Ilalcom,
Ruben II. Cnffray, C. M. Conner. Mrs.
C. M. Conner and Infant. Fred. Co
ble, J. T. Hayes, Adrian Ilcrren, Jr.,
MIsj Anna V. Johnson, Dr. Henry
O. Jones, Geo. It. Kramer, Louis C.
Morse, Chns. P. Ncuffle. J. C. Rob
bins, Mrs. J. C. Robblns and Infant,
Miss Mnry Robblns, Mrs. J. W. Sleo
per, Mrs. Leonard Wood. For Hong
kong: II. O. Ileatty, John It. Cooke,
Mrs. John It, Cooke, Dr. A. P. Pres
ton. PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stmr. Iwnhuil, Jnn. 7. for Maul
nnd Molo'ui!. Mrs. W. F. Jones. Mr.
ami Mrs. Dudolt. ,
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, Jam 7, Tor
Kauai ports II. M. Glltlo, Mis. C. M.
Frank Cooley and Miss Gladys
Kingsbury begin their engagement at
the Hawaiian Opera House tonight
with "A Daughter of Dixie," u four-net
inle ot tho modern South. Seats for
Iho entire week are on sulo at Wall,
Nichols & Company's from 10 lu (ho
illuming till 5 In tho evening, ami
from that hour until 9:30 at the Opera
llonce. The sale opened well this
inclining and u good houso Is expected
Mr. Cooley desires to correct any
misapprehension (hat may have arisen
icgardiiig tho prices to ho charged tit
the Hawaiian, The change In (hu
nters do'cH not menu any advance lu
prices. Lower floor scats, with tho
exception of Iho last two rows, will
bo 75 cents, Tlio last two rows und
the-first three in Iho balcony will ho
50 cents, the remaining balcony rows
35 cents, and gallery admission 25
Prevailing opinion seems to bo Unit
ovenlng dress must bo worn at tho
Hawaiian. While there Is no reason
why Iho spectators should not wear
monlng dress If limy so desire, It Is
expressly Hinted that Informal drosn
Will ho tho rule during the engage
ment of Mr. Cooley.
lu tonight's play both Mr. Cooley
uml Miss Kingsbury havo parts well
suited to them. The play Is drawn
fiom "Cheekurs," Henry HIoshoiii'h
uovul, nud barring u Tow llbnrties tak
en for dinmnllc effect, sticks closely
to the original story. It Is In ho pre
sented alto on Thursday night, and
will ho followed Saturday by "Tho
Mouth of Hie Cannon."
The JaiMiieso community was sill
red up a nttfo yesterday when it
teamed that two hundred of its coun
trymen had been discharged from tlio
Walalua plantation lust weuk.
A committee, representing the dis
charged laborers, called on Consul
S.ilto nnd laid their grlcvunces heforo
him. He took no Btops to Interfere
(mo way or Iho other, having boon as
uned that (hey would secure employ
ment at tho other plantations.
E D. Teniioy, of Custlo Cooke,
when seen, stated that tho men were
originally needed for the opening. Up
of n certain tract of land for tho Wal
ulua plantation. It was onl ynttor tho
directors had docldcd to abandon the
idea of opening up tho land that the
Japanese lu question were discharged.
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