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VOL. XI. NO. 4332
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 100). 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ALL GOING TO WORK
500 AIEA MEN
Strike Completely Collapsing Ail Along the Line
All Back At Ewa and Waialua Waipahu
And Kahuku Only Hold Out Prompt Action
Taken To Protect Workmen from Violence
Three hundred men return to Honolulu plantation this afternoon,
signalizing the complete collapse of the strike on the plantation where
the Agitator movement originated, exactly one month after it started.
This return of A tea men is said to have been the result of four leaders,
Arakawa, Saiki, Sakeguchi and Fujimoto, of Honolulu plantation, who
met with about two hundred of their associates lost evening and had a
prolonged discussion. The prompt a'tion of Mr. Mead in giving the men
protection meant all that might be inferred. Any interference with the
the workmen will be dealt with summarily.
By this afternoon's train three hundred strikers are going back to
Honolulu plantation, and Deputy Sheriff Rose is providing police protec
tion for them on the journey. On their arrival at Aica Captain Baker
and a specially sworn in body of police will see to their comfort.
There are some two hundred men said to be awaiting the arrival of
the strikers who are returning from Honolulu, and they will join forces
, with these men, and the whole five hundred men will turn out to work
A number of ex-policemen who are at present working as strike
breakers at Aica have been sworn in as spcial officers, and they are un
der the command of Captain Baker, who also has two of the regular po
lice from Honolulu with hira.
Deputy Rose intends calling the regulars back to town, as the force
cf police on the beats today only totals up to three, and the deputy
thinks the City should not be left unprotected.
KvliU'iid'B of tin1 complete wreck of em Imvo obvlousl) hioken nwnv from
llio AgllUois strike campaign mu com llio Agitators lint mu more or less
lug in inpltlly fiom all sides, jhampereil In llu'lr plans liy the threats
Wnlpaliu ninl possibly KuluiKil ur of tho Thugs,
llio oiilj sections where there Is miy j There Is one man of Aleil with ubntil
general holdout and thu leaen of ,n hundred men ready to turn to ut Un
common sense Is working among the, 'lulu plantation and he went to the
.l.ipjnise of those plantations.
Full Force Working.
This morning the full force was re'
ported nt work at Ilwa plantation, nml
practical!) the full to ice at Wnlalu.i.
These two plantations are going along
In practical' the old st.le and the men
me cle.nb might glad Wo he nt it
again nml settled In their little homes.
Threat! at Alea.
The center of Interest Just now is nt
Honolulu plantation, where the stilk-
:t A message from Japanese
tt sources ut Waialua states that
tt all the Japanese laboieis luiMi
ii decided to go to work tomnriow
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camp last night to proceed to business.
No sooner was this nme nuult) than
there wero lively threats as to the fntel
nf any men who daied to oppose thu
mandate, of the Agitators.
i Manager Hois called for police an
slslnnce fiom town. Mr Mead ipilckly
got u Riiml of pollco from thu Sheriff's
department and hastened to thu plan
tntlon Tho effect of tho pirsencu nf
o llleers was Immediate It put new
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tt tt lecelwd fiom tho Aluiueda '.!
tt it "K p. 111.. June 7th All well it
it Si HIS miles from Honolulu. i: Si
IS Si peiieuclng Hue weather." SS
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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.,
Cor. Fort and Hotel.
Nnwheio Is letiirnlng confidence In1
labor conditions more nolkeuble than
In mu renewed nctlHv In sugar nicks
mi f i:chnnge. Tiiiillng wns vj ,
ncthe this morning, and Oaliu stock
(Wnlpaliu), was In particular ilemun I
With thu cloud or uppiouchlng Mb
or difficulties on the hoilzon a mouth
ago, timid holdcis of sugar stocks ho
gan to net worried, anil small block i
were unloaded In quick time. The hi ,
linldeis only sat back ami smiled buy-1
lug up what there was In item bin I
waiting foi tho chimin to clear itwi
A week ago n change of heart wa
noticed among the timid ones, and
those In touch with the market pio
phfcM n Quick coiiwilestuncu Presi
dent Shingle, of the Stock Kxchuugt.
expressed the belief that the teiiixu
nry depression would quickly he fol
lowed by a season of renewed activ
ity, nml Hint In record time. IIU
prophecy hlds fair to be fulfilled, for
this morning theio were Ihcly times
on the i:change Not only did trading
go on at n Ihely clip, hut prices
jumped up In consequence.
Persons who held onto their Migtr
Mocks, are now going alsiut with
beaming countenances; those who let
go In a p.inlc, showing a eiy eWdenl
desire to climb onto the hand wagon
ALL TAX APPEALS
If the plans of At oruey General
Iltineiiwii do nut miscarry, there will
he no appeals for thu arlous courts
of tux appeal of the Teirltory to strug
gle, with this eur All thu nppe-ils ex
cept thoso of (lie 'Ihlrd Cltcult have
been withdrawn ami .Mr. Ifiuuenway
hopes that arrangements may be made
todiiy, or within u day or two, an way
that will le-ul to the withdrawing of
the tax appeals of that Oil cult.
Woul was leceheil by thu Attorney
Cencial todii that tho appeal of the
Hllo Meicautlle Company, thu only
one on llio in the fourth circuit, hail
betn wlthdiawu If compromises can
he efftcteu In the apiieals of the third
circuit the position of member of the
tux appeal coin I will ho merely honor
ary, with no work to he done
TERRITORY FOR ALASKA.
WASHINGTON, June 8. A bill
establishing a Territorial form of
government for Alaska was intro
duced in the House of Representa
Why not take out an Ac
cident Policy before you leave.
It may be too late when the
SEATTLE, Wash., June 8. The
Hawaiian building with its complete
exhibit was thrown open to the pub-
lie today and was1 the center of in-
terest of the great crowds that are
flocking to the Exposition. The
display made by the Hawaiian! was -
very highly commended, I
The Senttle Tost-lntelllgencer of
.May lit! gles a first-page display of
the photographs of thu-e of the II u 1
I e t I n party that Is to take In the
Al'isku-Vukon Exposition In con
nection with the fiiMirable comment
niaile on the proaperthe Wsttors ,
from Hawaii, I). II. Diimonibe estl-'
mutes that fully tlnee thousand
)oiing women will lsit the I'alr as
the result of iiewspapei iiiutests con
dotted by the newsp.ipeis of the1
uiuntry. . j
Mr Duncomhe sends the 11 u 1 1 -
tin a full description or three spe
cial trips pi milled by thu Pair au
thorities for the nirnihpis of news
paper contest partleV.
PHILADELPHIA, June 8. The
American-Hawaiian Steamship Com
pany has contracted for the con
struction of three new steamers of
nine thousand tons and to cost a
million and a quarter. Tin, steam
ers are to ply in the service between
Hawaii and the States.
SPRECKELS LOVE AFFAIR.
NEW YORK, June 8. The en
gagement of young Clavs Spreckels
to Miss Adele Case, the Oregon sing
er who has made her mark in Eu
i ope, has been broken.
Spreckels is a son of John O.
Spreckels, and was speedily called
home from Paris when his engage
ment to Miss Case was announced In
the papers of that city. Spreckels
has aspirations for the operatic
stage. Miss Cass has been heard in
Honolulu, she having gone to Eu
tope by way of Australia.
THREE YEARS IN PRISON.
SAN QUENTIN, Cal June 8.
Turner, the officer of the Native
Sons who embezzled $6,000 of lodge
funds, was sentenced today to three
FIVE NEW DESTROYERS.
WASHINGTON. June 8. The con
tracts for the construction of five
r.ew destroyers to be added to the '
naval equipment of the country were j
let today to fivejitfTerent firms.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 7. Sugar i
Beets, 88 analysis. 10s 71-2d.i
Parity, 4.25 cents, Previous quota
tion, 10s 0 3-4d.
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?
He is one of ours; one of the kind
you read about, and SEE, when you
Telephone 301. "
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y nle of lP,. lo two , ,.. '
liclth. cmmllu.,. r ,,. ouic I'oder-1
ntlon yesterday afternoon went on rec
ord as favoring the confirmation of
Woodruff us second Kedtinl Judge.
Immedlatily after the meeting, cable
grains weie sent to t'leslilent Taft anil
to Senator Dillingham nt Washing
ton, urging, the continuation of Wood
ruff. though the Hath charges against A.
(1. M. Itnlxrtsoti, the Uar Association's
choice for the Judgeship, were not
brought up, there Is u general under
standing that they Ii.ul more than a
little to do with the action or the CMe
Keds. The expnssed reason for tak
ing the action In fuvnr of Woodruf
was that he was the candidate nf
ltooteM'lt nml of (inrlletil, and that In
enmw-nuence he should be supported
h the people of Hawaii, een though
a local man might he In the field
On the other hand, it Is admitted
that, had the Issue laen on the Hath
cablegram, thu action of the Keds
would hae been the same.
Thoso who were present at the meet
ing were. I I.. Home. IXircinu.i
Sciidder. J J Waller, W W Hall II
Ilabson, IM Towse, W. A. Ilrynti, Theo
Richards nml It. I) Anderson
William I'crr was arrested on a
charge of gross cheat Oils ulternnoti.
anil Is at present In tho lock-up. It ap
peal K that I'erry uppioached I'ollcu
Mincer Holt with n proposition that
he loan hliu !LT. Holt did not think
much of the Idea and turned I'crr
The next move of I'erry was to go to
Holt's prluitu resilience mid tap Mrs.
Holt for thu amount Mrs. Holt, be
lleWug I'eiry's story that Holt had
told 111 til to go to thu house for tho
money, handed oer I -.I lo the skin-
Shuitly afterward Mrs. Holt be
came nlariuee. and on going to thu I'o
lico Station, found that her husband
had not sent I'erry to her A wan ant
was at once sworn out ami I'erry was
arrested. Ha will upear In court to
PREFERRED STOCK RETIRED.
NEW YORK. June 8. Announce-
ment was made today that the South
I era Pacific Railroad Company in
tends to retire all of its preferred
Developing and printing.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
THE PALM CAFE
HOTEL, NEAR UNION.
NO MONEY FO!
Strike Leaders Fail To Come To Assistance 01
Japanese Who Are Accused of beating
Giichi Nearly To Death Uchiyama Is
Re-arrested On New Charge
There appears to be a sitIoub II
i.anctal stringency among the MilK
eis. That big strike fund seems to
hine been dissipated. or tltil up -or
something of the kind An) way,
none of It Is mailable for the pur
pose of keeping out of Jail lliobe of
the strikers, who hnc lolated the
law ami lesorted to iolcnce In a
ilespeiatn attempt to make their lost
This was demonstrated this morn
ing when the cases of Voshlda and
the three other Japanese treated
for the assault on Ullihl were called
In Judge Hoblnsun's court M 1
I'rosser appeared lis special piosecii
toi, representing the gove.nminl
and i: A DouthlU was on hand i"
the utturney for the Japanese Ml.
j I'rosser stuted that the siernuieiit
was reath to go ahead, hut he said
that nfter a conference with Mr.
Douthltt he was read to agree to u
rontlnunine. The enses wete there-
MAY PIPE WATER
TO RACE TRACK
Modified By Judge
Tho Kahuliil race traeK will lu sup
piled with water In such iiuuntltie.- as
Is needed until July i. uotwlthsland
lug the teiniior.il Injunction cnleied
against Murston Campbell, Siiierliiten
dent of Public Works nud William i:.
Hal, superintendent or the Witllukti
and Kahuliil water works, defendants
In thu action brought by the Wniliiku
An order was endued this morning
by Clicult Court Judge Itoblnsnn, mod
Ifylng tho Injunction as follows. 'It
Is hereby adjudged, order unit decreed
that thu teuisirary Injunction order
herein madu on thu lSth day of Sup
tember 1908, Is hereby modified only
to tho extent below Indicated, nml
without iirejuillro to any rights of
either (omplalnants or defendants.
Hut Is to say- that said defendants
aru hereby authorized nud permitted
to allow wnter to he taken thioiigli
the pipe now laid to the Kiihiilul rare
track In biich iiuaulitles ns may he
necessary for use upon suih track
grounds and ut the stables from the
date hereof up to uud Including tho litli
of July l'JO'J, iiKin which date thu ,iu
Ihorlty conferred by tills order shall
Travel In "Crossetts."
fore xct tenlutlw-h fm l'i n i leu 1. to
morrow morning The will be
taken up then If the strike Iciidcrv
slinll !iuc by that time come through
with the fee of their attorney
The told fm I is that, although tt
hus been nlintil ten dns since the
uriests, Miiklno & Co. hau failed to
dig up tor the defense or their deluil
id loiiutniucn Of (ouite, tho
strlkeis b.ne money enough on bund
to eiiuble them lo stnnd out for six
months It must be m, for they
thi-niM'ltes admit It Hut, curiously
tin ugh, i hey seem unable to iuIso
the money to pn for the defense of
the iisiaultcrM of (Hit hi
Maliliio was on band this inoru
ng but he was icp reticent "Thu
oi.llie Is 'all ilshl. till right," ho
isaiil wIifu iiueslloiied. Mil he did not
ni what was going to be done In
Kgiud to keeping the .ulllnus who
assaulted (illihi mil of tall 101-
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MAYOR DOES TH?:
STRONG MAN ACT
And Fair Ones Escape
Ducking When Gang
, Plank Breaks
Hut In the pieseiiee of 'ill I and
hak muscles of Honolulu) Jiivor,
M'e al remliilno passengers ( .' tho
Miiiiii.i Ki a would have suslulnei) a
ducking this iiiniii. oton th nigh noth
ing worse befell Iheni. Major I'eru
was standing neat tho ganpl ink of
the luter-lslum! tligshlp when tho
snapping of Umber warned him that
the lower end had gixeli wa Quick
ns u Hush he Jiiiih.mI alongside, mu
seized thu hioketi end
There were suNeriil fair ones on the
gangplank at the time, and It looked
ns though no mortal man louhl pro-M-'nt
nu iiccldeut. Hut thu .Mayor Is
conshleraM) more than sl feet tall.
nml all thoso fiet couslbt of solid tuns-
clu The vtlns slooil nut on his foio
head, but ho held up llio pangplnnk
until help nnlveil
Win ii It was all our, Ills Hono"
oiilasmiled In resisiuse to Die pralu"
iheuiHul ii on lit ill
k a J x. ti )t A x r x r x a a v
teai'e and deteiinliie " Tho complain
IMHH IIU' II pi(.Seiliet 11 iMiiucy, .iiirx.
I'mskir and Andirson while the ilu
fendaiits are iepieented li Attorney
They make life's walk easy.
In all lengths and the
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