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DAILY Bin! WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
At 120 Kinp; Street, Honylulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wfillnoo I. HurrlriKton. - Editor
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AGISTORS AND GOOD NAME OF
The Agitator organ l ilnll print
ing Instilling comments about Japan
ese ConsitMlencrnl I'jono, holding
lilm tip to ridicule nnd the aversion
of tho Japanese people, .nul trying to
bleak down his atlthnrlty hh C'oukuI.
II now transpires that when the Coti
nil was nt Alea speaking to the strik
ers one of them rntne out openly In
flout of the CotiHiil. ami. addressing
that gentleman nml IiIh two associ
ates, ami pointing from one to tho
other of lliem, called them lntlteH.
The foicgoing Incident shows how
rapldl the Agitation nowil are cut
tlng themselves off from nil connoc
lion with deconcv, law or order.
Meanwhile the tinfnorahlc Im
pression lielng cieated for the Jap
anese of Hawaii by these lnospon
Ible lenders, which bail Impression
Is not (oiillueil to Hawaii alone, hut
extendi .throughout the fulled
States Ik hilng up n harvest of
aversion to Japanese generally Hint
In going to lie only too costly, not
only to the men responsible for It.
Iiut In thousands of decent .lupanchc
who like the Kltuatinn no hotter than
anyone else, hut who do not seem to
he able to pull themselves together
so ax to put the Irresponsible element
among their own number where they
TAFT ANDJTHE PEOPLE.
1'rcnlilent Tnft spoke fiom the ros
Iruin of a Jewish temple while ho
was In rittshurg. and thcro guvo
voice to some or his aspirations as
l'reslilent .especially with regard to
"I am glad o show by my presence,
here that this Is a goernment of all
the people," said Mr. Taft. "That
there arc no religious iiuallUcatlons
for cifllip or citizenship Is evidenced
by the piesence here of tho President
or the I'nlted States, who feels as
tutu li at homo heie as In any other
"The player we have Just listened
to, filled with Its word of hue for all
mankind, makes one ashamed of all
iturrowncss and bigotry. It was a
in 10 or that should help make us
strive to live up to tho highest stand
ard of citizenship. I am not much
of a 'preacher, and until 1 wont to
the Philippines 1 was never In n pul
pit. There I spoke ontc In a I'res
liyterlan church ami onto In nn Epls-
iiipal church. After I tame back to
tho United States I spoko In my own
chin cli, the IJnltnrlan church, and
now. In I'lttshurg, I am speaking
from the pulpit of a lewlsh syna
gogue. That completes a pretty
good lound, I think, and shows, as I
said before, that I am trying to be a
President of all the people"
IflUNfi ROGERS J1PP0RTUNITY.
CoiiKoiato estimates place tho
wealth of the Into II II llogcis at
something like Jlli.OOn.OOO The
chief p.ut of this great foitunc Is In
vested In the Virginia lallrond,
which the oil magnate completed a
shot l time before his death.
Speculation legardlng the disposal
ot the world's great fortunes Is uat-
iii ul. When lightly utoil, money
may be a power for good. When
misapplied or filtteied away, It may
nuihe wldospiead suffeilng. Tho
inaiinei In which the llogcis fortune
was piled up has been thoioughly
discussed. The builder of the mon
umental ptopcity is gone; his pro
duct continues In the substantial
concerns which ale adding to the
KieatnehH of the nation
Henry Hiittleston llogcis, only sou
of the lute, magnate, will inherit
fiom his fathor tho chief p.ut of tho
estate. Captains of Industry in tho
United States during the past quar
ter century have shown thut they
nro nmbltlous to live In their achieve
ments. Consequently they have
I in I lied tlii'lr sons In a manner In re
( olvii assiiianen that the things to
which they have ilovoted their enor
fcntrrt-d M th Pmloffirr at Honolulu
a nnntnl cUii metier.
JUNE 14, 1909
glcx shall not he lost In less than a
Young lingers Is said to be quail
fled foi I he great responsibilities
wbUh have fallen upon his broad
shoulders through the sudden death
ol his masterful father. Ho has
I ecu a dutiful son. While he Is far
I rum being puritanical, he caies
more for the pleasures of the home
than for the allurements of society.
At the age of thirty years he finds
himself the owner of one of the fin
est railway systems In the world.
With proper management the 412
mile road, which taps a million acres
of coal and Iron lands, should double
the Rogers' wealth
While this latest heir to millions
will come Into possession of Standard
Oil stock, he Is not likely to attempt
to assume a commanding place In tho
councils of that corporation. Tho
prospects are that most of his atten
tion will be devoted to the manage
ment of the railway which cost his
lathei so much nnxlcty during tho
period of construction.
Owing to Amerlcnns being a na
tion of Industrious tollers, money re
coh os tho attention which makes
the possesor of large wealth a man
or mark Thero Is little danger of
a plutocracy ever securing the cou
ncil of the affalis of this country.
i;en the regard for millions Is kept
within bounds. We know the valuo
of the almighty dollar. Wtlh great
unlvpialtles and hospitals and varl
mis other Institutions for the ameli
oration of the lot of mankind on
eveiy hand, Americans naturally
keep In mind tho splendid philan
thropic opportunities which come
Young Rogers win not be com
I elled to resort to tho methods which
made his father merciless in business
transactions. He has secured the
"open sesamo" to riches beyond tho
dreams of avarice. It Is not for him
to question how tho money accumu
lated. His fortune Is a fact. His
duty Is plain, lly fulfilling tl'o great
tiust to the best of his excellent abili
ties he should he able to attain to
the plane of the world's noblest ben
(Continued from Peso
next twenty-four hours. High Sheriff
Henry has not been furnished with
tho warrants, but holds himself In an
tlclpatlon of such action at any time.
Specials at Walilua Withdrawn
According to Supervisor Cox, all Is
quiet at Walalu.i, and trouble on that
plantation seems to he a thing of tho
past All of the striking Japanese lab
orers aro back at work ami tho special
policemen, who ero stationed thero In
Hie fear that the agitators might make
tumble, havo been withdrawn.
Tho Waialua Japanese seem only too
glad to bo at work, according to re
port, anil express but little sympathy
for tho men who aro Idle through fol
lowing tho council of Maklno et at.
XI. Negoio, whoso room was brok
en open and his belongings removed
U High Sheilff Henry, will suo for
damages to the extent of $500,1)00
ihiough diplomatic channels.
Japanese Consul-Ooncrnl Uyciio
will be asked by Negoro to forward
his claim to the Japanese foreign
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matter II Is expected that Maklno
will likewise press his damago suit
thiougli Consul-General I'jeno.
Negoio and Maklno aie both Jnp
anoso subjects, and as such thoy claim
that Consul-Cleneral Uyono should
take lip tho matter, as thoy claim
that their rights have been tampered
with without tho duo process of law.
"I am going to bring a dumage
suit for tho sum ot SuOO.000 against
the High Sheriff and cithers through
the I'edeiul government," said No-
goio this morning. He was Indig
nant at tho manner In which High
Sheilff Henry hioko open his room
and t (-moved his belongings. "I am
going to seo that my claims aro tak
en up by tho Japanese Consul-Oen-eral,
' continued he. "In order to
Act in) claims pioperly adjusted, I
am going to piess I hem through dip
- "I will appeal to the, I'edeiul gov-
!Lots for Sale
One lot, 100x150 $230.00
One lot, 100x150 245.00
Two lots, 150x200 ....1100.00
Four lots, 200x300 . . , : 1100.00
Two lots. 150x200 .... 800.00
One lot, 75x150 500.00
HOMES FOR SALE.
PAL0L0 One and one-half
acres: modern honse; mod
ern plumbing; city water:
electric lights; stream of
running water; five min
utes walk car line $3150
OTHER PARTS OF CITY We have
several small hornet for sale at
following prices: $1,100, $1,
450. $1,600, $2,650, $4,250,
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
eminent through the Japanese For
eign Office "
When told that the proper way to
pioeeed was through the Territorial
limits, Negoro said that tho Federal
government was responsible for tho
acts of the Territorial ofllclals.
.Maklno, whoso safe was opened by
the High Sheriff nml the contents rc
mocd, Js also angry. Ho said that
his rights havo been lawlessly tam
pered with without proper search or
Niddu Jiii Acain in Motion.
r.vcr since mo release oi cuiiur
Sogn and his staff tho machinery of
the N'lppu .IIJI has been in motion.
Soga. Tasaka and Kawamurn were at
their desks early this morning. They
did not seem In the least worried
over their arrest.
Japanese vs. Japanese.
The Japancso strikers at Alea, ac
cording to tho latest rumor, are look
ing for Negoro, Soga and Maklno.
They aie armed with pistols.
No Meetings Contemplated.
It Is said that thero will bo no
more meetings held by tho leader
for Mitno tlmo. Tho strikers who arc
In town nre simply watching for de
For several moments
morning considerable excitement pro-
vailed at the Judiciary building when
the strikers arrested on conspiracy i
and disturbance charges made a
break for liberty after being released anesc as witnesses in tho Ollchl ns
on an order from tho Court. It was t&ault case The Judge Saturday made
tho Intention of High Sheriff Henry to an order lhat unless the prosecution
servo new warrants on the prisoners could show specific cnuso why nny of
as they left the courtroom, hut It took tho men should be held, they should
the combined forces of his office and
tho jiollco department present to cor
ral tho (lying strikers, who. It is mid-
At the Peninsula, furnished cot
tape for the summer or by the
Furnished cottaee, cor. Hackfeld
snfL'xsSfiriL ,nI!sr "
and rrospect streets 40 Ing. Mr. Henry hurried down before
I tho rcloasod men, and by quick work
UNFURNISHED. of nilly Woods, and tho police offlcors
xto-s. ...... to? ln cIolnB the doors, tho High Sheriff
Magazine street ?7.0Owa8 cnauIed m segregate tho men and
Beretania street 40.00 rt'!"1 ,n0 "ew warrants to them. Thoy
iwciu then marched hack to tho court
Matlock avenue 30.00
Rental property near town at a
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Fort and Merchant Streets.
.MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY. ONE
HAVE the care
q( your busi
ness with us
while traveling this
Thus you will
have a vacation
crstood, wero advlcd
Ushtfoot thut thoy could go free,
Tho drinoiistiatton followed tho
hearing 'before Judge Whitney rcla-
live to holding tho twenty-four Jap-
be released from Jail, having been In
custody three days. A special session
wan fixed at 9 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, and tho men wera turned loose.
Tho High Sheriff had, however, been
fortified with new warrants for fifteen
of tho twenty-four, charging 'three,
Mltstinaga, Shtgala and Hamada with
conspiracy to murder Editor Sheba,
and twelve, Kushlno, Mltsunaga, Taka
yama, Kawakaml, Maulchl, Morlta, Ka
wanmra, Toromatsu, Mlyol, Hlgashl,
Nagata, with rioting at Walpahu and
holding prisoner a uniformed police
Tho crowd attracted by the pro
ceedings at tho courthouse followed
thu strikers us thoy emerged free
from Judgo Whitney's court, and a
demonstration followed. It was not
known that High Sheriff Henry In
tended to arrest them again, but thu
reeling was intense, and they were
iBurroundod by their friends, who at-
I tempted to drag them out of tho build
room and after tho preliminaries, ball
was fixed In each case at S250.
Attorney Light foot, counsel for tho
strikers, churgod tho prosecution wllh
tricking hlni. Ho charged Attorney
Kinney with securing a continuance of
the hearing until Sunday, In order to
rearrest tho men on other charges. Ho
' contended that thoy should bo released
on tho ground of having been arrest
ed on Juno 9, once reloased and rear-
New Dutch Collars
New Jabots & Tabs
New Stocks and
New Wash Belts
New Ruchings by
LARGER PREMISES are an absolute necessity to
cater to growing patronage.
DURING ALTERATIONS, commencing Monday,
June 14th, patrons will please take the ELEVA
TOR to the SIXTH FLOOR.
CANDY, BREAD and PASTRY will remain in the
old premises until the changes are complete.
tested without specific charges. Mr
Kinney snys that nothing could bo
learned from many of the men, but
that after n careful examination of tlic
twenty-four, four or five wero dl
charged, and those held were Impli
cated by their own statements and
those ot witnesses.
All Quiet at Alea.
Manager Koss of the Honolulu Plan
tation stated this afternoon that all
was quiet at Alea and Hint there wns
no change ln tho situation from last
week. No troublo Is anticipated llioie,
Walpahu Men At Work.
Tho thirty-three Watpahit Japanese,
who were kept from golnn t.i work Sat
urday morning by threats of violence
answered the whistle this tnoinitiR nn
responded for duty.
Tho men had agreed Saturday morn
Ing IcTbo on hand, but tho night pre
ceding they wero waited upon by a
delegation ot strike leaders and In
formed that did they carry out their
Intention, thoy would bo "done up" as
soon as the strlko was settled, Thoy
therefore failed to answer the whistle
After seeing that laborers wero re
ceiving protection on other plantations,
they concluded that they might Just
as well be earning money as lying Idle
and this morning they were on hand.
Shlnpo Newsboys Mobbed.
One of the newsboys of the Hawaii
Shlnpo was chased by a mob of Jap
anese this afternoon while ho was dis
tributing one of the specials of tho
Shi n ik) announcing the arrest of Ma
klno and other agitators. The men
who made up tho attacking party wcie
either strikers or sympathizers.
Desperadoes For Shebj.
Tho rumor was current this aflei
noon that a band of desperadoes had
been formed of men sworn to assassin
ate Editor Sheba. Tho yarn Is to tho
effect that these men havo fought a'
Port Arthur and being full of courage
intend to make away with Sheba.
Sheriff Jarrctt, and Chester Doyle
who represents High Sheilff Henry,
made a hurried trip to Kahuktt per
automobile this morning In rcsiKinso
to n mesbago which Informed thcni
that a Japanese restaurant keeper had
been cut up by snnio of the strikers'
It appears that the Japanese, whoso
name cannot bo at present ascertained,
was approached and invited to supply
food and money for tho supiort of tho
strikers who nro camped at Kuhiiku.
Ho claimed that he was not In a posi
tion to assist tho strike fund and on
hearing this tho other Japancso be
came enraged nnd attacked him with
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LATEST STYLES in
The restaurant man is reported to settlement la reached at once, many
bo dying and Doylo Is going down In Japanese meichants will bo foiced 10
great hasto to obtain tho Injured man's tho wall,
depositions. Tho assault is said to '
havo been a particularly savago ona XALIHI CLUB WHITE
and tho Intent of tho thugs. wns mi- WASHED HYLANDS.
doubtcdiy murder, '
Tho ringleader In tho assault haj Tho Kallhl Athletic Club defeated
been arrested and piobably Maklno the Hylands yesterday by a scoro of
will now maintain that tho thug ix a ii to (1, and although the scoro looks
martyr to tho cause. The wounded one sided thero was somo rcul good
man lost a lot of blood and was ropoit
ed to bo very weak at 9 o'clock thU
Sheriff Jarrett was attired In full
uniform this morning when ho left for
Kahukii, and Doyle also had tho High
Sheriff's badgo of olllcu on his hat.
Business Demoralized Nozawa.
As tho result of Internal dissension
In thu ranks of thu Japancso Ilcta!:
Merchants' Association, President T.
Nozuwa has not only resigned from
Mb office, but b?.s caused his name to
bo stricken from tho rolls of tho asso
ciation, ns well.
Tho niltundcrstanding aroso from
a difference of opinion among thu re
tail merchants regarding tho strike.
Nozawa declined to consider tho strike
at all. In connection with the business
of tho association, while many of the
merchants sympathized wllh tho slrlk
Nozawa s;i)a that business has bo
conio thoroughly demoralized through
thu strlko, that collections aro prac-
The Young Hotel
Is now conducted by Hummel & Santos, two
of the best Known tonsorial artists in town.
ttlcally Impossible, and that, unless a
olay put up by both teams.
Drier pitched for tho Kallhls, and
thu brand of ball ho handed out was
first class, ns ho fanned seven men.
Kroltns of tho Hylands also did welt,
also fanning tho lucky seven.
Tho Kallhls scored four runs In
their fourth Inning nnd again piled
up three In tho soventh. Tho fans
wero excited all tho tlmo and tho
rooting was up to (Into and very
willing. The four runs made hy tho
Kallhls simply sent the rooters mail
wllh Joy. Thero was a fair-sized
crowd present, nnd everybody went
away satisfied with tho game.
A motion to quash seivlco In case
of Foster against Akl Alio ct al. was
denied by Judge Robinson on tho
grounds that under tho new lnw of
1909, iloputy sheriffs havo tho right
to act in process proceedings. Dep
uty District Attorney Ilawllns argued
that tho deputies had no such light
under tho law.
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