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VOL. XI. NO. 4319.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEItRITOORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, MAY 84. 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
MERCHANTS AGAINST SPREAD
BIGAMY BV BAKER BEFORE
FOR INDUSTRIAL PEACE
MANAGERS ARE Scores Sugar Trust
THEM ON RECORD
Ewa And Waialua Men
Quit Work This
WAIANAE JAPANESE ARE
BACK AT WORK TODAY
Rumor of Damage Done Pumping
Plant at Kahuku General
Tho most lniiurtniit feature of Hit
strike situation today is the ucl.o.i of
tho Jutvinesu Mel chants Association
on Sunday In passing the resolution 'of opinion among tho Jnpancso of Wal
At tho Bpeclal general meeting of tho Japanese Merchants Asso- tt
clnllon held yesterday for the purpose of discussing the pending lah M
or Hltuation, the following resolution was passed and adopted; tt
Resolved, that we, the members of this Association, consider the tl
present situation, according In our observation, such ns to nuke tho tt
solution of the question moie dllllcult, If allowed to take Its present tt
courspj therefore ho It "
ltesolred, that this Association shall endeavor to prevent Iho tt
ipt end of strikes, and cultivate n iietter understanding between cap tt
Hal and labor for tho furtherance or general peace and prosperity, it
always maintaining an unbiased position between labor and capital, tt
illscrlmlnated against and consequent
ly there was u clash between tho Ha-
wallans and Chlncrr. A policeman
used his club on two of the Chinese
resolution there Is no question that
the decluiutlmi Is un Indirect con
demnation of the course that Is being
followed by which the Japanese work
men are being practically forced out
of work by a few leaders.
Ewa and Waialua Out.
K. I). Teiiney of Castle & Cooke
stated this noon that the Japanese lab
orers of Ewn and Waialua plantations
had decided to irfcrm no further work
on the plantations pending the reply of
the tminngemcnt to tholr demands.
These hue already been published.
Kriiui Manager Ooodalo It was
learned early this morning that al
though the Japanese uru all out, the
mill of tho plantation Is running as
usual. There Is a marked difference
of which a translation Is given.
As siuted to the Uullotln, tho
position of 'tho Japanese merchant Is
one of strong opposition to tho spread
of rirtt:c3 cifh as liuvo occurred on
the sugnr plantations of this Island. It
ulna plantation. Tho Kawalloa Japan
ese turned out for work this morning
to tho number of about three hundred
men. Somo eight hundred from near
the plantation mill marched over to
tho Knwnllnn ramp and mado threats
wishes to make Its iinsltlnn rlcur. how- and called tho men names. If this
ever, that It Is winking for tho ciintln- had kept up It would tunc meant n
tnuco of general pmspetlly and not to fight, so Munager Ooodulo told the Kn
hinder the cause of any particular fac
tion that may be mlxi-il up In the sting
gle between labor ami capital.
The stilkcs me hilling Hie small
Japanese merchants eiy hard. And
that Is leflcctlng on tho wholcs.ilo
merchant of Honolulu. Should pres
ent conditions long prevail both the
siun'l meichunt mid the large ones
will be in u wry serious position. II
.laiids lo reason lh.it merchants can
not nrtord to fiimh.li the strlkei'H with
food and supplies on ciedlt when thero
is no other aoui-ce of Income to depend
The money of the si like breakers Is
going 'to the while mid Chinese mor-
walloa men that they might us well
not go to work, and wait developments.
Agitators Not Welcome,
The repoit conies from Walauno
that tho Agitators have been glen a
vciy hot reception by the Jupancso of
that plantation. The Japanese who
stayed out on Saturday are at work
HiIh morning. They have presented
demands for wages, hut In the mean
time some of tho Agitators wlo went
down theie to run things ale very
much tho worse for wear. Tho Jup
anese of the plantation states that tin
men met with accldciitH. What It was
the) encountered no one seems to
chants. Tho stilkers have no money know but It Is certain that Walanue Is
coming In, and the Japanese ineirliant not a pleasant place for Agitators.
finds Unit his credit is testricted. It
Is with them as In all stilko sltua- Strike Dreakers" Troubles.
tloiiH, Ihey stniid to be wrecked If the There was some trouble among the
strike Is long continued. strike breakers on Sunday morning us
The Japanese meichiinls have ilellb the result or lough treatment of a
crnled out the action to lie taken u couple of Chinese by a policeman. Tin
long tlmo und while they are c.iierul competition Tor work Is so sharp that
not to mention tho AgitatorH In Ihelr the Chinese felt that they wcro being
All of Hie plantation managers from are both in town, ns well as several
Though no trouble Is anticipated on
any of the other Islands, the Sugar
Planters' Association has thought It
wise to summon all of the managers
here for n conference.
the other Islands have been summoned
here for n conference. .Manager
Passoth of Walmea plantation,
on Kanal, and Manager Walker
!! II, I
WASHINGTON, Kay 24. The Senate today voted on the lumber
schedule of the tariff bill and defeated the amendment calling for free
lumber. . !
During today's session Senator Owen, Democrat of Oklahoma, made
a speech in which he vigorously scored the sugar combine for its ma- ;
nipulation of prices and criminal proceedings for which its employes
are now under indictment.
URIU ON HIS WAY.
JUDGE SCOTT IS DEAD.
contestants with the result that nuet-
ings were held that lasted long into
Sunday night. Some of the Chines'
stayed nnay this morning but there I
were more than enough to supply the I
demand for eleven hundred strike
Now that tho Jnpanese have quit
Walpahu und Alea n movement will
be made to secure permanent gangs
from among tho strike Inenkeis lor
employment in the field on these plan
tations. This will operate to settlo
the difficulties among the Chinese, The
more efficient men will bo given reg
Evidences uro steadily increasing of
the unpopularity of the strike with tho
moro reputable hardworking Japanese
of the plantations. A great many of
the men at Alea and Walpahu did not
believe they would bu paid oft and
dlsapKjntuieiit was very plain when
they found that the plantation Intend
ed to "stund pat" and the promises
of (he agitators had not been made
good. Due of the men who hud been
nt Walpahu n long lime had u biood
of chickens. These he asked u friend
to keep for him as ho expected to be
hack at work in a few days.
Another proof of the serious division
among the Japanese was the attitude
of the Japanese workmen In the Ka
walloa section of Waialua plantation.
These men turned out for work this
mo'iilug and would havo gone into Iho
lehls slid defended themselves against
my and till threats and attacks, but
Munager Goodnle did not feel that he
should call on Ilium to do this, and
suggested that they not turn out rath
er than ciigngu In a physical encounter
with the Etrlku leaders. s
The majoilty of thu men ore not
favorable to the strike but they aio
bolng Intimidated and misinformed, by
the Thugs and Agltutors,
ON BIGAMY CHARGE
Breckons Receives Cable from Chi
cago Saying: Mysterious Man Has
Wife and Child In that City. Pris
oner is Mum.
SAN FRANCISCO. Mav 24. The '
incident of Admiral Uriu's illegal OALESBURO, 111., May 24.
landing was amicably settled today, juRe Scott of the Illinois Supreme;
and the Admiral proceeded on his court died here tod.iv while under-
HAMMOND DECLINES IT.
Court died here today while under
going an operation for appendicitis.
WASHINGTON. May 24, John STRIKE IS COMPROMISED. I
Hays Hammond has declined the ap- 4
pointment as United States Ambas-, A
"dor to China. WINNIPEG. May 24. The coalj
1 m ' miners' strike of British Columbia
YEATEMAN IS BRIGADIER. hns tecn Mttle;1 y a compromose.
WASHINGTON. Mav 24. Colonel
Yeatman was today named for pro
motion to Brigadier General.
The meteoric raieer of the mys'
terlous Raymond W. Maker In llono
lulu wns bror;M to a sudden close
this morning ty his arrest by the I
United States authorities on llw
charge of bigamy. It is now up to
the mysterious gentleman to dissi
pate some of the mystery surround
ling his Identity and career, If he
can and finds It advisable to do so. j
Tho arrest was made today on tho :
tecelpt by I'nlled Suites District At
torney It. W. Mieckons of u cable
gram from the United States Mar
shal nt C'hl'ago, which said, "Maker
wife and child Chicago, Whoie
The cable did not mention that
Mr. Maker had obtniiicd any divorce
from his wife or that she had so
rcparated heiself from him, and the
natural supposition was that the
original Mrs, linker was still Maker's
PLAGUE IN VENEZUELA.
wife. However, he was given an CARACAS. Venezuela. Ma' 24.
opportunity before belug arrested to Bubonic plague has made its appear-
' state whether or not there was any once here again,
. divorce. fie refused lo make any
I statement qnd was accordingly put
under nrrest. lie was taken before
the United States Commissioner, and
' his ball was fixed at $2,500, which
up to noon he had been unable to
alse. On account of his peculiar
j financial transactions In Honolulu,
It will probably be somewhat dim
cts't for him to fmnlih ball.
Meantime, Mrs. Kva M. Wallace,
who was so captivated by tho charm
ing ways of Mr. Maker that she Jilt
ed the man she was on her way lo
Honolulu to marry and took on the
l.vnlal Maker as her husband In
steud, Hilda that she has made a de
cided! - bad bargain that, unless
Mnkur strceeds In proving his In
nocence, she Is not his wife nt all,
(Continued on Page 3)
EARTHQUAKES IN MEXICO.
OAXACA. Southwest Mexico, May
24. Th's section has experienced
continuous shocks of earthquakr.,dui-.
ing the day. J
Wailuku Record Crop
T i II
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That means the
styles are a full sea
son in advance of
clothing made else
where. Benjamin Clothes
cost no more than
less fashionable gar
ments. Sold only by
The KASH CO., LTD.
Corner Tort and Hotel.
Alllll WILL SOON BE
A PLANTATION LUNA
to mm stock
On I'rlday morning the Mutual
Telephone Company will hold a
meeting to consider among other
matters un Increase In the capital
stock of the corporation.
The manipulation favorably to the
strikers' cause of an nlleged Associat
ed Press cablegram by the secret
friends ri the Agitators Is now fol
lowed by thu announcement that Ken
ton Is the manager of Waialua plan
tation, This Indicates that when In
formation Is received from any
source tlinn the Agitators and their rn
followers. It Is garbled thruugh either . Al AIMFiIA miftl 9fl
" r".' ""v
Supervisor Ahla Is about to em
bark In the sugar Industry. On the
first of the month he will go lo
work Tor the Honolulu Plantation The Cauadliin-AuHrnllan lluer Ma j
Company In the cane Holds In the kuia will proluhly dock about 4
(opacity of hum. Slxty-llve dollars o clock this afternoon.
n month will be Aulas iciuunera
llon, nc(ordlng to Ills own state
ment. He says that he will not re
sign us Supervisor, as he will have
plenty of time to attenn the meet
ings of the bold evenings. Also lie
will he able to make use of the dou- '
(Continued on Page 2)
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WAILUKU PLANTATI ON'S MODEL MILL.
(Special to the II u 1 I e t I n )
W.1I,UIU Maul. May 22 Long blasts of the Wailuku Sugiu Com
pany's whistle after 11 o'clock last evening gave notlre to tin- icsldentn.
of Central Maul Hint this plantation has turned out this yeiir the largest
crop II ever produced, for 17.S00 tons Is something by no means to bo
despised. Manager II. II. I'cuhnllow Is very much elated over this '.ex-'
cellent result, for tt exceeded his estimate by almost 1,800 tons. This.
will be good news to former Mnnugor C. M Wells,
fiom a month ago In ICgJ'pt on his way to Sicily
who was last heard
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or uioa u xCVA-lvajr
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