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VOL. XI. NO. 4320.
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CONSUL CYEISIO SPEAKS
FOSTER Robertson MAGNATE
AGAINST BEING MISLED! FPJ- For A
iOOEwa. Strike-Breakers "
Waialua Mill is
Tlueii bundled iih'H fur IJwu phin
tut Ion will lie tuhcti on tn l lie strike
breaking force tomorrow morning.
Till will make it total fi f fourteen
hunched men fiom llonnliilii to k'
down tlie line for plantation work.
Almiit eleven hundred h.tvo been em
ilo)id dally nt A lea mill 'Wnlp.ihit.
CVnsiil Ceneral I'yeno tills morning ImhiumI nn oniclul stslonn nt tt
of which the following lit n translation: t:
"The fact (hat the. Japanese resident In Haw-all since Ihelr nrrlv.il tt
have heen engaged In various Hiich of business and (ratio beneflcl.il t:
In the Japanese and Aineilcaii people, Ih a cause of much gr.itltlcn tt
(km to me. II In In accordance with tuy purpose In perpetuate the tt
good relations between the (wn cniiutiles. ii
"Oulng In (he higher wnge question, the laborers on (he plantn tt
lions struck anil led their homos, much In my regret. The high tt
wngu problem In a matter that should he solved between Die libur- Si
its nnil iilaiitcrH. This proldem, however, may heroine so seldom ii
ns to effect the prevailing good will If the Jupanese laborers rhoulil ii
not maintain the most reserved attitude, anil engage peacefully In it
(heir work, disregarding iiiifiiunilf-il rumors and avoiding careless
milt rash notion. !
(.sisneii) "s. uyi:no, !
"Dated Ma 25, l(in!i. Consul donera' ' :t
A. 0. M. Hobeitson 1 4 (lie
candidate of (he liar Asiocln-
(Ion rnr (lie position of See-
oml United Stales Judge. Mr.
I Wooilruff, who was appointed
WASHINGTON, May, 25. Sena-' by the President, has olnn-
tor Murphy J. F(ler,' Democrat, of turlly wlthilrawn, ami Itoiiert-
Louisiana, spoke today on the tariff son Is the man staled for the
bill with special reference to the su place h die (inventor.
Rar schedule. Senator Foster urg-, The Hnr Association held
(d the retention of the import duties Its meeting this a Her noon ami
on both raw and refined sugars as prompt l endorsed llnhcrtson
contained in the bill cassed by the for the Second Judg-hlp.
House. He stated that free sugar (.'lemons was also nominated.
would completely destroy the domes- hut withdrew. withlngton
tic industry and furnished elaborate and .Imlil were named to
whole community on Its Knees In the In which he stated that a guy of the
Agitators ami their TIiur associates, smokestack gnve way from natural
l'ar fioiu this promise being fulfilled causes, nml there Is on reason to lie.
Urn Aultiitnis lluil Ihemselves nndlleve tlinl nny Japanese had any
their agents iiuwelrome at several thing to do wllh II.
or (lie plantations, (he Consul has Waimanalo Quiet
I (aken a hand for Iiiiliiustrlal peace.. Waimanalo Japanese are nt work
The ofllelal slaleinent of the .lap-1 and llnally the ineieliantH have.de- ;is usual. These men were also In
nnese Consul nml his (our anion); i tared against the strike. I'lted by the Jnpanesu Consul,
the phiiitndnns and (he ileelaiiiilon Aeitators' Losing Game. I Oahu Boominc.
nf'lhe .Inpnnoso'Mi'i chants' Assoela-' Willi nil moral support slipping O.ilm plniilatloi, Is running full
I Inn against (ho spieail of , strikes away from (hem (he Agitators now bias! wl(h (he strike .'breaker from
nml for. Industrial pence have put a tlilnw mil the old-time threat (hat (own nml (he Chinese nml I'nrlu
now ihase nn (he strike situation. (ho Japanese me all going to South ' guese of (he old plantation force.
The Agitators spent the night nt America. This has been heard be- Manager Hull Is continuing his Irrl-
Kwn lelllnir (he Inhoiers that (ho I fore. The strlkeis linvlnc been fool-, gallon, nlantlntr. nml (ho whole svs-
Merjclianls' Association Is -Irre-'d by the Agllalors once, are
sponsible. i likely (o he footed again.
Kuiihermore, (he coming confer- Waianae at Work.
ence of the plantiidnu managers, the I Japanese workmen
not , (em of plautntlon progress. Tlie
I only difference from former limes Is
j that (he cos( of product Is greater
Walanao for n few weeks.
'statistics to uphold his position.
JOHNSON STAYS IN STATES.
NEW YORK, llav 23. Jack
Johnson ,the pugilist, announced to
day that he will r.-mnin in America
, and will fight Al Kaufman instead
il Koing to England.
WATERVILLE, Wasii.. May 25.
An earthquake shock was experienc
ed here today, -No damage resulted.!
INTO GEORGIA STRIKE.
ATLANTA, Oa., Mav 25. The
railroad has been brought to a stand
still by the strike of operatives, who
demand employment of white men
by the road. .
i (lie action of the
' Ilnrbadoes. v.heir Gonei.l Wash
lllgton took llU Invalid luotlui be
fore the Itevolutloii. and wliUb h s
(he lines! clllil.lt" In the West In
dies. Is twehe miles wide anil i ln
teen miles long. Its unit product
lor expoK Is sugar, ami H suppoil'
a poimlatlon of sou.uoo If Itir--badoes
ran lake rare of a popula
tion of 200,000, II seems In llle Unit
(lie Hawaiian Islands should be utile.
lo ea re for a ixipiil.itliiti of L'.niin.
000 without nny dllllcult). nine
Ihelr rcources tire pioperlv develop
ed." The above statement was made
lhl morning In- I). S. Chamberlain,
president of the Cliiimlieilaln Medl
elue Conii.in of l)es Mollies, Iowa,
Torontn. Camilla, nml Svduev. Aiis
iill.i, ami rlso .ee p e , lent of the
valley National Hank of D.-s
news of which-was published In the
II ii I I e t I n last evening, Is n dem
onstration of (he aliHilute unity
that prevails among (he plantation
inleiests as against the campaign of
(he Agitators and Thugs.
The Agllalors, never strong, nro
weakening In (heir Inlluence every
day that passes, and the workmen
begin to leallie how (hey have been
duped by following die lead and be
plantation were all at their tasks Aiea All Riht.
this morning as usual, nml there Is I Honolulu " plantation is moving
no (ulk of strike whntever. The ' peacefully on its way. The field
visit or the Japanese Consul on Mon- j work is going forward handled by
day appeals In hnc hud n very salu-jtho strike breakers and old field
tary effect. Another Influence that hands other (linn Japanese. The
kept these men fiom following the mill Is being overhauled, (his work
advice of faUo leaders was (ho dec being planned, but Is taken up a llt
larntlon of (ho Merchant' Assoela- tie earlier (ban expected.
lion against (he spread or strikes.
Plantation mnnngeis from Kauai
hnve arrived for (he conference of
riio Japanese nro not working, and I of (he week. Tl.o Hawaii and Maul ! ?fiJ, T'wnt f I in Vne?t
nu.li or their days nnd nights arc managers will probably be here on f Wllian J. Burns of San Francis
Suspended SOCIETY RO
Moines . . Mi i'Ii lam Is
I rin ml nn .i loii' of in. v.' ii , hla
lou'e i mill 'ii hie a li i iw 'lie lines
nt the Slbei t in i Mllwav
I'IiiuikIi Mi i'.i iiiibei I tin bus seen
neurit cei iiiunii. of I be i Iv Hired
world, he receives fin itawall hi
With the I 'una ma ennui eotnplet
nl. nad n ihiee mid one-tiiuf dnv fer
lee betiveeli beie anil San Krniicls
10, eople will mine in rr.ilUe thai il
Join tie) In Hawaii iloe.i linl mean it
wearing O'ean ttlp,luil Is. In reality,
Mtupl) a plriuumt Utile inning
"When I vIsltKl die voluino n few
diis ago, wiote hunie dial l( only
needid the uililltliiii of lie devil (o
piovlde ii pi n . I I.e. I II .in ib I
hud in. Id.'. . Ih ii lull . net heaven
v.ele in i lose tugilli i loi IMIlllHl-
(Cont'nued on Pau'e 8)
ill9s itii HH '
Willie Crnttford, liitcrpnder for the
County Attorneys department, h.u
bcin Biispeculcd by Ci.uuly Attormy
Calhcarl pending (he result of nil In.
x estimation now being ni'ide Into a
charge of grafting in which Willie Is
I the central figure.
WASHINGTON,. May 25. TI ,Tln. specific charge Is that CrnwforJ
Federal Government will undertake T&llccted ?lo fiom u Chinese nalucd
to end the strike in Georgia that has l-ni Hack who was airesiul lecenily
tied up all the railways going out u' ""' iK,llet' r"r having opium unlaw,
of Atlanta. ! '""y '" ,llr I",k'8',Ii
ifc- -- i jj ithitltxXXXiiKitllJltllCR
JUISSARAND TO SAN FRANCISCO M.,,,1K rurlh t.e.r 110Si,iml. win i,0
C, May 25. Issued. Senntor Harvey is said In he
has one i 'huso back of the movement.
Senator Chllllngworth, wh n seen
French Ambassador Juissarand
started for San Francisco,
BURNS' SON DEAD.
MONROVIA, Cal., May
co, died here today.
, Waialua Grindimr.
Ileving the false promises of die men i Conditions at Kwu and Waialua
who stinted (he High Wage move- plantutlons are the same as usual.
meiit for the graft there might be T
In II. I nut
South America Fake, , occupied In meeting to discuss (he
The best proof of die weakness of i situation Tlie Waialua mill Is run
the Agitators Is the levlval of the nlug as usual.
Mnry that the Japanese of Hawaii Kahuku Fake.
will all go to South Ameilca. Thin The story of a riot nt Kuhuku was
Is the last hope of die Agitators lo a pure fabrication. There has been
frighten din public and muse the I no disturbance at Kahuku, and the, ; Thugs. It can ho taken for granted
llnibl ones Into granting Ihelr dc- twlsled smokestnek ivecn by n pas-, that the Agltntors mus( bo bentoti
nimids. benger on (ho (lain wns not the re-jnnit shown In their (ruo light be-
I'lrst the Agitators promised dint still or n marauder as Indicated by , fori- the wage Bystern can be adjust
the calling out of all the nlantn- (ho fake that was circulated ester- ed And (he m.ccd wlib whleli the
dons on this Island would bring (ho dny. J. I. Cooke received a letter lendjustmeiit conies depends entire-'a"c,lt "'' fee,'nt 1-i'Klnlnturu. has sllr-1
planleis in Ihelr lerms nnd tho from Mutineer Adams this morning y on the strength of the influence of Vli "" , l,0I"e ,r "'" Bolo"f ,t0 ri',c'rl
i I,,... . ., , , ",..., ,, neat. Just what action will be taken'
mo ii'iuitiiiiiu tiiicis wiiii ure ivii- . ..
ui in niuj nil uiu juii.
It Is nol anticipated that this con
ferenco will change the Situation
iiivuiiii iiiunuiK me piiiiiiuiiuii liner j
ists moro souu in ineir unity or uc-
t ton In dealing with Agltntors and
COLONS WRATHY AT ;
(iovernor lYear's leiuadls befoie (he
Men' Club or 81, Anilinw'h Cathedral
tills morning by n II ill let In icport-
"I have no official knnwlelgj of the
affair. I certainly shall not sign any
such statement, as I am willing in let
my record stiiud for Itself. I do not
! consider myself called uhiii to make
ituiiuy, in ih is n ni'iucr iiiat anecis
only Hie hold in er Senators, nny way.
on may ray that I thall take no rirt
In any action and whitover Die Uuv
cinor may have said about (lie Legis
lature I fhall consider no arfalr of
mine. I tepent that I am lealy In
Maud by Mhnt I have done and I shall
lei my record stand tor Itself."
'Made in New York'
That means the
styles are afull 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 Fort and Hotel.
Senators who consider Dial I
their dlmillv hits been trniiiiiled on is
Agitators Worried, nm known, but Ihere le a general
Tho Agllntor leaders uro rcporled understniiillni: thai n signed statement.
iik having n very strenuous session '
al Kwa plantation last night. They j "
called (he Japanese Merchants' As- -, ..,,.. .. -
soclutlon Irresponsible men, having $ ALAMtDA, MaV 20
no Inlluence nnd representing nn ., r . n f
ixm nun ooai
The detailed state
ments which we cheer
fully give to our cli
ents regarding their
respective estates, are
just as clear and ex
act as a perfect or
ganization can make
Island Fruit Co..
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
(Imnlilii. In high society was the
Hlbjcct i.i a discourse dellveied (his
morning by Judge l)e Holt, In which
he run I'd to a deep I lull brown
those lende s of sojlely, "the crentn
of socletv, sometimes they are pleas
id lo rail Ihemselves," who Indulge
In "bildge whist nnd other high
toned games for money and other
things or value they think nothing
incidentally Sheriff Jarrett enmo
In fo- a scoring for discriminating
! i . l ii die nfoiemenduiied society
liaders and the lowly Chinese and
lap.ine, arresting the taller for
playing theli llttlu games for fun.
but permitting the bridge whlsl
games lo run Sheriff Jarrett win
not present, at which Judge I)e Hull
i later expressed his regret, for be
Uald he would like the SbeillT to
know what he had lo say about li tin
Hind his methods,
1 Tlie Judge's remarks 'were deliv
ered In connection wllh (he case of
Vong Seu and 33 others, who were
arrested for being present at a
gambling game, and who had been
lined .'. eacli in (he District Court.
They were defended by A. S. Humph
leys, who entered a plea of guilty
nn behalf of 20 of them nnd asked
lor a nolle prosequi for the other H
The Judge lined tho 20 $2 .'0 each
Mid lei the ( titer 1 I rn lltit in Im
oiliig the film the Judge nld:
"As I h hi- often hud nccislen lo oil
MTU' 111 tlH'SI- Cllllllllh- tilHI-.il I M-Ohlr
to me thi: the law whMi Is Impartial
In Its puno'i-, is not lmu.ii' Lilly ad
ministered. To iny mind there nro no
mltlg'iting clit'uiiiHtances l-i sunbllns:
I am dt-cl loil'y oppose I in ij-"ab'Iug In
n in form, sh'pe or in inner whilst
nve.- iiul I ii.n equillv , ,M,s(., t aus
IH-inin wlinuivo-vei th'i gl. utiles, bin
1 do think th t the irv hmilil be ml
niliil-tered with it-s;cct to p-rsont; a
flui'ill npplv lo all nuke, ihe hm h
no lespi et, : tf peircis.
"The Slitrll nnd his .illlnis rcont
In I -in a., trouble In urri-lin Cliu
ie an I Jipuii-se. and ii kh-iiis (o Uiu
lint the t- ouuhi (o lip no ditntiilly In
iine't tt) in leading meiiilx i , uf (
cleti -s til. -times Ihey .ire iiIi-iim.,1 'in
.utile IheniH. hes as the 'ere line of Bu-ilety.-
wlm eii.ttrt.iln with lirld-n. uhlsl
nnd other high-inn -d g.milriiiK tfjiiies.
mi i i run nssn.-e ion ir (In- Shi-ilfr can
ailt si lIlOH- lieilllle mill lirlmr tl,..,n 1..
here, Me will deal with (hem according
1(1 1.IU- '.. ...Ill .I....I ...I.I. .1 , '
.......... ,,,t .,,-, in-.,, nun uioill lliipar
llally: we will not severely punish
them, bul I can nsmire on Hmt they
will bu punished.
"One of the greatest things In cro
atti resiiec! for Die l..w nml fur 11... ,m.
icers who nppli and adml:micr,thi'
nt". is iu nppiv it fiiiiniiy and Imnar-
tlnlly In all alike Now tlie fact (hat
(Continui'd on Page 3)
STRIKE WHILE THE
IRON IS HOT
fot fin oaf
And send your business of deliver- UPjliStrV LHd
ine messages and parcels to us. We ' '
guarantee satisfaction in all cases, j Fur OS t vtcLUCl'V
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nor too looie, but jutt right
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vary point, tha CROSSETT
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energy at your service through
your feet whtn you nttd It.
Like (he electric motor,
Croitett Shoes do nol
use power when they
are not working.
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