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Nippon Mntu June 8
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VOL. XI NO. 4331.
S PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY ORHAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1009. 8 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
EWA FORCE AND
WAIALUA MEN AT WORK
Bulletin Reporter Attends
nsauumiun nqjuuimeu mvw diiu luuiiixn May oy iiuino
KahuKu Men Will Leave Plantation Police Give Protection
Sunday a representative of the Bulletin went through the
camps of the, Japanese workers at Ea and Waialua to talk with the
striken and Ret a first-hand review of the situation from the standpoint
of the strikers. He talked with the men. women and children and at
tended the meetings of the strikers, notably the assembly at which the
Ewa men cut themselves loose from the Agitators and dissolved the High
Wage Association. It is apparent that the Japanese workmen have no
desire to leave their homes, and thse who have given careful and de
liberate thought to the matter refused to be led into a life of idleness
and a precarious future. The men and women with homes arc the most
powerful agents of industrial peace.
Tln strike In ICwn I'l.inlatln'n In com
pletely inoken. Tin- .lupjneso strll.
ik, lit lli-lr inoetlnR hclil In I lie .lap
niiese MuMe Hull Smiilay HftcrniHiu,
decided tn icliirn to mirk HiIh mum
Tin- i:n High Wage Association,
which h.is Iii'imi liiKti'iiiiii'iitnl In c.i n j
I ni," m Hi '.i Htrlkn In the past, whh do
clurcil almllslu'il. '
MnmiRcr Itculou whh Inriirnieil liy
lllnitii, clixli iii.iii, of tint iii'llon (if tho
Down lit Witlulu.i plantation IhlnkH
look different. Tim Icmlcrp nr strik
ers wcri) In consultnllou Sunday. They
decided that tMMI men should nut re
t in n to work, unit Hint limy lene llui
plantation beforo 12 o'clock Tiicsdn.
Those who decided to 'remain In O.n
mploy nf iho Wiilnlmi plantation mo
liilncliuill) cunt motors of ciinc-flclds.
Tin1 lenders of tlio Wnliilun strikers
wen' holding t lie-It- mi'i'lliiR jesterilny
ulii'ii Ushod liy llii llullntln run
icscntnllc. They ihnwol no sign of
miipiUu when tln-y h:iv Iho vlnltcir.
lull currlt-il on Ihclr meeting In an urd--oily
inaiiticr. Mr. Tsudii, Ihu presid
ing iifllCer, rtiilili'Oilsly ti-cclvod Iho
lepoiler iiml spoko vciy Iiouly when
iiHkcil 'aliont tint Htrlku.
What Tsuda Said.
"Wo inn nietlng licit) In discuss the
strike," said ThihIii. "At our iiicoIIiir
today It wiiH decided thai I him men
quit work lomortow- (Monday). Tim
i I'M l 1 piolialily remain In the her
eon of the plantation. Wo will ro to
tllfrcrcnt places, where, I cannot say
"Will u call on Mr. doodahi and
present In hint any resolution Ihiil
Meetings and Talks With
n4trl lifSatA m 1 IIaIKaha Cinii Da Uaam
might ho passed by the meeting to
tiny?" HHkt'tl the ri'Kiiier.
"I shall ccitnlnty call on MnmiRCr
(ooil.ihi ami extend In him our fun
well aloha," on liehnlf of tlioso lenv
Iiik WiiIiiIiiii," mild ThihIii. "Wo know
that Mr. tloodnlc Iihh lieeu very Rood
to iik In the pant," continued he. "We
hellevo that If lip had miylliiiiR tn Hay(
or had control mcr Iho rcRiilntlon of
wnRCH of the .InpnncKo hero, hu would
Rlo us hctter wiirch, hut liicu ho In
only n iiunaKor, ho can not do hh ho
pleaM-H without the xanctlou of tho
Company. Wo Imvo no coinplHlnt 1 1
luakd iiK'ilnM him." ThuiIii, IiuhIiIca
IipIiir the chairman of tho IIIkIi WnRu
AHHoclatlon mcetlnR, Ik oiio of tho
movltiR factum In the- Walnlim com
munity. B u 1 1 et I n Talks to Meeting.
While In tho ofllco of tho Wnlnliia
HJrIi Wiiko AhhocIiiIIoii, ThihIii iiHkeil
Iho II it I lot I n man to npeak and put
qucMlmiH to the mloiiH IkiuIh of dif
ferent campH, HHKcmhlcil at tho inei't.
Iiik. ThihIii, touted In the nUlco nnil
(unrounded liy tho HUiKirlerx of the
IiIrIi-wiiko UKHiiclalion, wiih asked many
quuHtloui ahout tho strike. When eel
tain tueHllon were put ho paiiHod and
nHked tho rciMiter why hu wanted to
kllOW lilllllil Hllch tlllllRH. Ho wiih Inhl
that It wax to Iho lulerest of the .lav
unesc In tell their lunn w that they
may he puhllHlied coriect In tho paper
TIiIh pleased Mill mid ThuiIii procecdud
lo glw) out tho di'Hlred liiformutlon
Ho Mild that tho majority of Iho Jap-lUK-HO
tlicic were inixlous In Ret IiIkIi
cr u-iiRoii hecauso they hail Iiiiro fain-IIIl-h
Aakril Itthl-y hail cntniRli tnotioy and
Hiipplles on which lo llui aricr Ihey
left Iho plantation, Tmidu said there
np H V. shortest
-1- road to the
tion in a Man's
Summer Suit leads
"Correct Clothes for Men."
We are ready with
the latest styles and
The Kash Co.,
"THOUSANDS AT WORK:
Kwu men arc nt work, they '
hnvliiR repudiated the IIIrIi-
Whro Axsoclallon nt tho Sun- I
tiny inpetlnc. I
Sheriff Jarrctt, with a forco
of police, roch lo l-Jw.-i thin
afternoon to Rive whntevni
protection may ho needed, aa
there nro Htlll notno oitltlila
ThilRH miiklnR threats.
Wnlnliia men turned out lo
work protty Roucinlly. All
tho Kuwnllnii tcctlnn men
arc nt work, nil MoKutalo and
it Rre.it many of tho mill
Knhttkii .lap.'inese wiy leave
tho iilnntatltin, probably inov-
Iiir Into temporary camps on
cither Bide of tho plantation
Strikebreaker)! nro cnrrylnR
on Iho work nt Onhii, Hono-
lulu and Kahuku plantations.
was ample supply. HiirlnR tho convei
sal Ion ouo of tho clerkB In tho offlco
nHked tho rcortcr to leave his name.
TIiIh was done.
QuettlonB and Antwert.
"May 1 ak how many of the ntrlk
era aio RoluK to leaui tilt- Waialua
plantation?" unkcil tho rciorler.
"AccordlnR to tho rcportH of the
heads of various camps, about 1800
mon will quit iho plantation work to
"llavo )tm cniiiiRli mono)- mid hii-
piles to Hiippoii you, whim out of cm
"Wo hai) uinplo amount."
"May I ,ihI how much In money an 1
how much In commodltlcH?"
"I cannot Hay wlthlut icfcrrliiR to
tho hnoKH, which uro not In-fore mo."
"Cnn you positively say thai Iho hup
piles will Inst you for moro than hIx
"I think ho."
"Wliern do .ou mid jour crowd In
tend lo R'i nfter lenvliiR Walaluu?"
(Continued on Page 3)
. . Jorn Koiir, who was fined $30
on Saturday for embozzlcmcnt of fl,
the property of C. Q. Yeo Hop & Co.,
wuh char Red with a fresh offenso
this mnruliiR and found Ruljty. llo
was lined $:i(), and had to pay costs
miitiuntlUR In ll.to". Tho nmoiint
Involved In tho cabo today was $1.,10.
Has at its command the ex
perience and knowledge at
tained by its many year of
active and continuous busi
ness in all
Trust and Fiduciary
Such experience will prove
Dillingham, Brown Ard
Morgan Tax Appeal
I., (1. UlackniHii will be Hawaii's rov.
eminent reiirescntnilve nt the Nation
al IrrlRatlnn CoiiKress to bu held nt
Spokano end also at tho Trans Mis
sissippi cmiRress at Denver this sum
mcr. Ills appointment was announced
by Governor Krenr this mornliiR.
Tho Onvnrtiiir nbo rcapiKilnti-d K. N.
Ilolmcn, A. II. Llndsny and II. A. I.y
man, Jr., as prison Inspectors for tho
fourth judicial district, of Hawaii; A. rf.
Wilcox and J. M. l.ydRjto prison In
iipectors for the fifth district of Kami;
reappointed J, V. tlrown. J. K. MorRau
iul Walter I-'. Dllllnshnni ns lax nt-
licl court for the first circuit; V. II.
nrtenwell. C. V Wills mid G, P. Till
lock wern npMilnted aa tax appeal
court for third circuit of Haw-all,
SUIT FOR TAXES
Judge- Robinson Decides
In Favor Of John
.luilRo Itoblnson rendered his tlecl
slon this mornliiR adversely to tho
Territory In tho ciiho of John Marcal
lino vs. Charles T. Wilder, Tnx Asses-
tor. Tho cane wmmn Interpleader In-
terposed by Mnrcalllno In n suit for
back tnxes hrmiRht by tho Assessor.
Mnrcalllno Is Commissioner In the mat
ter or tho Holt cstnto. The sail was
broiiRht iiRalnst him ns such Comii'lc
sloncr, whereas It appears It really
should have been liroiiRht ORnlnsl tho
owuerH of tho properly thennolvo...
Mnrcalllno, not carliiR to wh-m lie
paid over tho monoy so It wore done
lcRnlly, Interposed an Interpleader, and
his contention Is upheld by tha J'I'Ikc
Tho Territory iIoch not Ret the mn-ioy.
Attorney (lenernl Hemenway hIMi!
that ho mlRht take an appeal lo the
Supremo Court. Tho JudRo kayt In
"Thnt nt tho flmo of tho ennm ence
inent of this suit, there was not d-.n or
payable out of tho funds remainluR In
Iho hands of the plaintiff ns inch coin
missions on sanio or amount duo or
payable to tho defendant Charles T.
Wilder, assessor, for or on occourl of
any tnxes legally duo in- owltiR to the
Territory nf Hawaii for which tho In"-
see under a certain lenso In John l.
Holt mentioned and referred In In tho
nRrecd statement of facts on file here
in, as liable under tho covenants there
in, or which constitutes a valid lien
iiiou tho premises therein mentioned
and described, that said defendant
Charles T. Wilder, assessor, Is not en
titled to lmo paid or distribute. I to
him any part or portion of the fund
now rcmnlnlnR In tho hanils of vald
plaintiff, hut that rcmnlnlnR defend
ants aro entitled to have tho fund i In
trlbuted to them, a shnro to which Is
entitled In accordnnco with tho aver
ments and utlcRatlons of plaintiff' bill
or complaint on filo heroin."
That happiness Is largely a matter
of ImitRlnatlon Ik exemplified by tho
man who pays 25 cents for a 10 rent
BULLETIN ADS PAY '
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't the
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
SEE THAT BOY?
I He is one of ours: one of the kind
GovcriK-r Kicar this mornliiR sinned
his fir ft death warrant. The man who
Is condemned to denth Is Yl Hal Dam
who was convicted of the murder of n
lellow countryman named Yep Geo Tal
at llonautiau, Kona, Hawaii.
The murdei was tho old Mory
money and n wom.in. Yl Hal Uim wan
IIvIiir on this Island with n woman
named I'sk Sio. She tired of him, b
camo Infatunted with Yeo Geo Tl
and run away with him, the ctopliiR
couple t hI; Iiik with them 1100 of Yl
Hal Dam's hard earned savltiRS.
Yl Hal Dam searched for them a
Ioiir time without success, but word
finally came to him that Yeo Gee Tal
and Pnk See were IIvIiir loRother In
Kona. lit- went up and cuusod their
arrest for violation of tho I'. Inlands
Act. but they eicaped punishment by
Then Yl Hal Dam fell In with an
other countryman named June am!
the two p'otlid to ro up and kill Ync
Geo Tal and I'ak See. June was to
Ret tho money IVik Hot- had stolen
from Yeo Hal Dam mid tfii- latter wax
to Ret rovtiiRc.
They .carried this plan out so far as
the murder of Yep Gph Tal was con
cerned, enterliiR the houve nt nlRhl
nfter June had obtained permission to
remain there ovei nlRht on the -pretext
nf buyliiR somo Uro In Iho mornluR.
Yeo Gee Tnl had his throat 'cut wit a
pocket knife, hut I'ak See woke up
and screamod, Tho noise she made
saved her life Tho murderers rim
away, leavliiR behind them their shoes
and leRglnRs. These were Identified
as beloiiRlnR to them and led to tluir
arrest, trial and conviction. Later Yl
Hal P'm confessed to havliiR partlc
ipnled In the c-lnie.
The death warrant slRned by the
Governor sets Juno 21 as the ds'o up
on which tho condemned man 1c to be
WILL DANCE TONIGHT
Army and Navy people, townsfolk,
and guests nf tho various hotels arc
cordially Invited by the Moana Hotel
management to a dance tonight In hon
or of the officers of the I). S. S. Buf
Music fnr the dancing, and also dur
ing dinner, will bo furnished by tho
famous floyal Hawaiian Quintet Club
and all preparations have been made
for an unusually Rood time.
McOLOUD STRIKE ENDED.
McCLOUD, Cal., June 6. The
strikers are leaving this town, and
the militia will toon depart, as the
situation has settled down, and no
attempt is being made to interfere
with the workmen who want to
Developing and printing,
THE PA1LM CAFE
HOTEL, NEAR UNION.
$15 A DAY ROLLER
STICKING IN 10
Much Pilikia In Moving
Boiler To New ,
The t'nliin Feed Company Is ex-
pcrlcncltiR moie than a little Im-titr-venlcnce.
ns well ns expense, lu'inuv
InR the ten-ton boiler from the rail
road terminus at Kiihnnn tn the new
canpery at Ahulmunii. l'lrst the
municipal steam roller, which wns
secured to supply motive power,
smashed the cross drains roIiir from
Kanoohc to Knhana, and now more
plllkla has developed.
The company Is pnyltiR the city
ii ml county J 16 a day for the use of
the roller. In addition, it has to
supply an ciiRlncer and provide nit
fuel. llrldRCS, over which the roller
and boiler have to pass, have been
reinforced at the expense of tho
Now the rains havo come nlonR
and have dclacd matters seriously
The roller and its tow have not yet
reached Walkano lirldRe, owIiir to
the muddy roads. In nddltlon to
the roller crew, tho company has
ionic fifteen men nt work on the
inovlnR job, They thaw (heir P"
rcRiirdless of the progress made
That adds no small item to the ex
pense. There Is still some six miles of
the distance to be covered. With
hard roads, this miRht be done In n
day, but in the mml the toller can
make no proRrcss.
Work on Walknne brlilRn Is snf
ferine no little delay. County Kn-
Rlnccr Gem Insisted thnt tho bridge
be thoroiiRhly braced, and the sup
ports beneath It were placed In ac
cordance with his specifications.
llui they aro In tho way of tho re
pair work, and nothing can be done
In the way of putting the cofferdam
In plme until they havo been re-int-
it night p. m., Bundny RCR miles H
U from Honolulu, l'lnn weather, K
tt sea smooth. 1800 tons freight. 17 V.
tt mules, 99 sacks mall, 31 pnssun- tt
tt Rcrs. Duo Wednesday afternoon, tt
tt JOHNSON, tt
HiLO HIGH WAGE
tt (Hpoclal to tho II ii I If 1 1 ii) t?
tt HILO. Hawaii, Juno . Tho tt
tt Hawaii High Wage I'nl.u has U
tt called a special meeting lo take tt
tt place In llllo on Wednesday. Del- tt
tt egates from nil the plantations of tt
tt Hamnktia. llllo and I'mm hnvu tt
tt been called. tt
tt tt n tt tt tt tt a a tt tt tt u n tt
l-Mwanl V TIiwIiir tried to Ret lulu
tho limelight this morning by filing
with Clerk Murphy of tho Court n writ
ten protest against tho form and man
ner of service of a stihpocuu under
which ho was ordored lo npponr be
fore tho Orand Jury. Tho Incident
whs disregarded by Clerk Murphy.
Travel In "Crossetts."
nil , . " NlluLl
I " -
SEATTLE. Wash., June 0. The,
traiscr St. Louis of Admiral Scbrce't
fleet left this morainir for Samoa.)
The other ships of the fleet that
came here to participate in the open-,
MR ceremonies of the Alaska-Yukon
T Ji ... L...J 1. n jl ... '
Xtxpusiuun arc uuuuu lur iiic uicur
crton and Mare Island Navy Yards
500 INJURED IN EXPLOSION.
CRACOW. Poland. June 0. Fivi
hundred people were injured by tht
terrific cxolosion of a powder map;
axine set off by a bolt of liRhtnint
that struck the powder house.
PORTLAND'S FESTIVAL OF ROSES
PORTLAND, OrcL'on. June 0.-H
The great rose festival opened to
day and the city is in gala attire
The formal openinc of the festiva
was performed by President Taft hi
'el-craph direct from the Whitq
ST0SSELS IN SCANDAL.
ST. PETERSBURG. June 6.
deficit of $7,500 has been discovered
in the accounts of the Port Arthui
Benevolent Society, an organizatiot
maintained at Fort Arthur durim
the war with Japan and under th
presidency of the wife of Ocne.ra
At 3 I.", o'clock this afternoon tin
Manchurl.i was reported off llnrbcr'
The Tnyii KlH'ii KalMin liner Nip
I on Mam, Captain I'll me r. nrrivee
this morning fro inSnu F.-nnrlnco
doekliiR lit the Oceanic- wnarf. Hill
broiiRht a few Iny-ovcr pasionRcn
for Honolulu, with n largo m-.nilicf
for tho Orient She leaves this nft
(moon nt .' o'clock, with Dr. A
Moore hud Mix A. Hunt as pnssenj
Rcrs from Honolulu I
Dan Never, Hint's his name, ibuf
Dan did, from nil ncconnts, nnd till
tioliiR was very thorough, according
in mo ponce tniiter wuu arrcsicu in
man with the peculiar namo. Danl
lei's thirst was a beauty nnd jwn
nbsoliitcly iinnuenchnblo, nothwlthj
ktnndliiR tho amount of wet Rood
he put away. JiiiIro Andrade. 'vat
lied Dan's little spreo nt four Idol'
D.ivld lopa, who inado night hide,
nus In the vicinity of Nuuanu Btreei
last ecnlnR, fined JiiiIro Andrnd
this mornluR nnd was lined 40 fo
the offense. '
- t. i
Kuiuaha and llawaoha, two otl
Kind (tho boozy kind), wcro prt
scntcd nt cmiit tills mornluR, anj
dug up four bucks each lu com peril
satlnn for their jag. ij
They make life's walk easy.
In all lengths and the
newest shapes, $3,50 to $5.00.
SHOE CO., LTD.,
you read about, and SEE, when you
Cor, Fort and Hotel.
vuiuuuie 10 yuu,
1051 Fort Street.