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10 PAQES.-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 190910 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
VOL. XI. NO. 4337
Ti",t 4,-fT "w" ' V"W(P' ' " " 'V
Plans Of Orsrtinissation Provided For
Defense of Thus und To Force
Submission To Their Mandates
By '-Rcijectins: Them Socially"--Transltitlon
From Orlj'i'ntil Documents-
Mow To Divide Spoils
When the iiiiiIki' IiIi-h innile a scaich
nl Hie cfficts of the AulUHim leuileis
tln other ilii) lln- fciuiii a iliiciiiuent
wiltlen In the li.liul of Ni'goio lh.it
lells Hie whole stun nr Hie scheme
that hul heeu nulllned fur placing the
iuli.il.. ttiiiiltiire ifllitllutlfin fif the Til-'
litor) UHiler Hie must uihltrai) swa)
of luo fir linen A"ltlltni'B
m,i. .i ...., t,.u t irin.hm,i
tuiil U heie iiuIiIIkIumI In full. The
strike n-ciillv ilurtcd mi this 11. a 1
xn nninh iiii iiveiiiiuiii; r wiai wuh.
to put the entile biigar liuliii'tty nt Hie'
beck ami tall or I ho Agitator crowd
wlm were prepailng to force ovciy
.Ini.iueie In the Isl ui:l to pa) thrill
Mrlhute. mill make death or hsnlt'i1
Injury tlij.ienal.(f resistance The
scheme Included elaborate plana for
fm (lux obedience, itml p.i)lng for the
legal piolectlon of Thugs.
It In Hie gieulcEt scheme of criminal i
organization to hohl up an Industi)
that Ii.ih ovei heeu brought to Unlit In
these IhI.iiuIh ami It makes more lui
picsslve the need for resliilini; to the
it most the plans Hut Iliac Ik-cii set
nil foot to fool a rail of the J.innpsi
pupiil'itlnu anil iutlmlilato Hie ie
The translation of the document
found In Negoio's effectii follow a'
ODJP.OT 01' ASSOCIATION
I Mt:ir WnRcs. To make ill)
2 IniiiKHPiiii nt of hoii'iey
S In'1 iiivimientii on
planting cune on (.outitici.
I. To devoid) u laborers Inteilccl
ujlly and mnrally and to tmpioo Ihelr
station of life
Ii. To ninllilaln labium m' InlliiPiice
il. To piotcvt the InloioslsJ of l.ih
coi'iisi: or movi:.mi:xt.
1. To talse fund.
'1. To cmplm lawyer an 1 Intcipie
lei; to dehpalch lanyei nnd inUi pi
I cr In cafe plant.iHon l.ilioieis lil'ikc
ciimiiliilulH and to Milw (iietloii 'I he
cmiciiboh In he i it I c 1 out of the fund
or to make l"ic iilnutatlui (lahmers)
'stand the exHmies.
.1 To estnlillsh ronnpc'loiiK wllh
l.ilioiers of nil Ittnt itlims In the Tei
lltmy (clulll Ullllili: 'if I In v ill)
Made in New Yoik anil the
stock of summer fiuhions,
Coiner Foit mid
NAL PLANS EXPOSED
To establish head office- In Hono-
I II Tn establish lir.iuch unices In
' -I Tn cnise brt.ncli office In main
t ii I it fimil
A. To give money uud nrllcli-s to
men of fiogimi (inattyr) 0e.
II To make each meinlior Hint In
l.iboicr, save 1'Mrnoi illii.tr ito'IUm
C To miike laboters (if each plan
1..11. i... ....tf.i-it. ...ill... r, ... (tia !
" - ...... .... ,.,-
inn. til tlilu nuuiinliiMiin Uliiill.l llluti
nl this aHHiiclatlou. Should theie
lie a m.irlji for the cause of this ussu
elillou the members SHALL UNITC
TO CAUSE THE PLANTER TO
MAKE GOOD HIS WRONG.
I). The lirnncli offices hI'uII follow
the exnmple of the lle.nl olilce III em
ployltiK lawjer to ilrfeud Ihulr officers
and men of SoKoro nun tjr tjpe and
to he comiKcllor In tho mattiMii telut
Iiik to thcohjpct of tills Association
.". In cjip of strikes tn assist lliem
out or Hie fund whenever the menus
of members me exhausted.
U. lliaiuh offices may solicit lull'
In case of necessity, fioni othei pi. in
tatlous Ihioiitth Iiead otllco.
S. In such ciisc head oface thill
Kite first-aid measuii- out of Its. fund
and when help Is asked of brunch of
llces the) cannot lefiue to kIvo help
actoidlliK lo Ihelr means.
riNANci: or iii:ad oitici:
Siihteilptlon principle and Contrlhu
Hon principle? ? ?
If the HibKciiptlou prlliclplu Is adopt-
ed iliun colled
jeaiH Hiilifciiptlon at
for J veuii to ho $1 Ofl.
A. Itent, II. Statimruy nnd slanipn.
:i Uomifcellius to ho eiiKaudl Tem-
! pmaillv? I'dinnnciitl) ?
Kelaiucr tee unit lees Tor each case:
To defcifd olllcers of Head Olllco
and Din runs;
To Klvo opinions;
(Continued on Pace 4)
"Couctt Clothes for Men,"
styles aie the latest,
ufc f .ilitkHrLlafSjiHiik' J
AMBASSADOR TAKAHIRA, TO WHOM THE AGITATORS HAVE SENT
; ASKBO ! 0
The Nlpu J'JI thniiKli Us editor.
V. fe'ncu .Hi'l l In- oiheeis of tile J ip in
cso HIkIi Wane Association, yesterday
cabled lo Il.iinn Takahlni the .lapan
ose AinbitHailur In WashliiKton com-
plalnlu of Hie action of thu Teriltoi-I
ial atlthoiltles in enterlnt! tl inns
of Ni'Koio and MiikIiio, ami taklm,
away certain IbliiK.t whlcli helmmed to
Maklno. uccordliiK to Tnsak.i or the
Nippu nlsii told llio Ainh.issailor that
his safe hid been iljuauilltd and lis
AhIiIo ft urn AiubaBsador Takahlrn
the Japanese lulluenH.il political pit
ties, the lap'incso uwspapeis ill .la
i.ili, and the Jnpiucsn Association in
Hall 1'iiinclsLO, have liueu ruiulshcil
Willi the same news. The local Jiiji
iinvBit strike leaders hid ureall)
wioiiBlit ill) in or Hie iicllon ot Hie Tei
Tasuka stated this moruliiK thai
amoiiR the ineinhers who ale directly
Interested mill alllll ited wllh some of
Ihu Japanese polltlcil parties to which
coiuiuuiilcaHoiiH Iiiino been sent are
Do not think that your es
tate is too small for us to
The same care and atten
tion is Riven to every estate
placed with us, incspective
Invcstft;ale our methods
and you will be satisfied,
I'rlnce llo and Coulit Okunia, llepHes
from these parlies me expftted nt all
Tusaku claims that the planters can
not keep up the IlKht. the way they
hae been iloliiK In Hie past. "If the
Tcirltnrlal uiilhoiltles cannot Interrerp
and stop IIr olllceis fioni iinlawrully
brunkliiK Into anotlier ninns house or
room, and tukliiK away his beluiiKliiKS
then we shall ceiiulnly eivct protec
Hon nt thu hands of our Knwniimnt."
said Tasnkn. "I never saw aiiMliliu;
like this. The lliuli Sheriff, us far as
we know, was not armed with search
wan ants, which authorized him to
seaicli the rooms of NcKOin and Ma
kluo After he had done this Maklno
linvliii; iPluned to open the bare. Iiu
went lo work and dMiamlteil It. reinov-
iiu theiLlrotn ccrtalu iuikts which
heloimed to Maklno.
"This action of the IIIrIi Sheriff It
certnlul a disci cUt to the mime of
Hawaii The world will know whit Is
helm; (loiio heie in Hawaii. I hclloe
that Ihe .lapaiieve (liiMTiiment will not
(Continued on Face 4)
A. M. BRAWN BUYS
IN CQRNWELL RANCH
(Special to the II ul let In)
Wnlliiku, Maul June 11 Arthur M
Drown and 1'iank Thompson weie In
Wnlliikii last Satin day. Mr. Drown
came up to look oer tho Coruwell Ins
tate, Wnluhull ranch, IihvIiii; pur
chased Miss Kale t'ornwell's Interest
In said taiich for IIU.UOO or SK'.OOO.
I'liiuk ThompMUi, thu Honolulu attor
ney, ticcoinpiinied Mr. Drown to thu
ranch nr. I rodo up to the summit of
Ilaleakaia early Sunday moriilni;.
Mr. lliown told a friend he uilKht
take up his resldenco on Maul later
on, to look after the lunch, Thu
i illicit is allied at alHiiit IllD.Uno. and
thu purihiise made by Mr. lliown Is
that of a t till il luteieut III Hie uos
To come to us unless vou want the
BEST fruit shipped. We haven't the
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KINO, PHONE 19.
He is one of ours, one of the kind
j on read about, and SEE, when you
J Telephone 3QI,
In the Terrltorj's cane ORnlnst
V Sosa, K lCawainiira, N Ne
Koro and V. K Maklno, who worn
charRed with conspiracy, the piP
llmlnary urocccdliiKs have been
set for Saturday inornlnn and
also the case of Y. l'asaka, K, Ka
watnura and Ncnoro, who were
rharepd with illslurbanco. The
hearlnR will tnke place before
Judge De flolt In the Circuit
Maklno und a number of bis as
sociates were union); the early lslt
ors ul Hip Judiciary llulldliiR. Sinll
Iiik und (onlldent, the strike leader
hi still Impend of success, itltboimb
tho odds now teem Kreatly ngulnst
"We shnll iippi kIvc up." ho snld,
"even If the) put me In Jail for life
oi baiiK me. the strike will go on.
All we want Is an Interview with
the plantation owners and higher
wages. It dops not matter whnt
happens to me, the strike will be
carried on just the sump "
In regard to his arrest, Maklno" U
wry bitter. "They are a nice lot of
strike breakers," he said, "Kinney,
I'rosucr and the others helping the
Attorney General, but never mind,
Il don't amount lo anything,"
Jotnro Mlkawit, the striker who
on June I', tried to take a prisoner!
away from Police Officer Willis, and
Incited riot among (ho others, was
brought before Judge Whitney this
morning und arraigned foi- th'e first
time ou n charge of disturbance.
Mlnuchl, Knwaknnt, Takyalm, Mitu
magi, Morlto, Akclyama, Kawatmirn.'
Ilamadn and Shlgatu, charged with
disturbance, were arraigned before
Judge Whitney, und Friday morning
ut V o'clock set for them to plead
As fur as known the federal
Grand Jury bns not taken up uny of
Hie strike cases directly connected
with Maklno, but It is anticipated
that nctlon will be taken to bring
evidence before that body for con
sideration In relation to the viola
tion o the labor laws as ruled upon
by 1'iesldenl T.ift when Judge.
In regurd to (he statements made
by Mnklno regarding the arrival of
warships at Honolulu, High BlierllT
Henry said: "It Is abtulutel) ab
surd to think n man will make such
statements, and It only shows what
n low nutuie he bus to do so. No
one with uny sense will believe It,
uny way To think that tho Japan cue
(..overnment will Interfere wllh till
strike Is ridiculous "
Voshlda, Tajnina, Kewata and
Wada, charged with assaulting mid
forcibly holding Tsiichuya (lllchl at
I'.wa on May !M, were brought before
Judge Robinson this morning for nr
iiilgnment Attorney General Hem
enwny, Attorneys Kinney and l'ros
scr, deputies representing bis office,
were present, ready for trial, but At
torney Douthltt, counsel for tho de
fendants, appeared und sab that ow
ing to another case set before Judge
I)e Holt, be would have tfj'usk fur u
"It appears," suld Mr;1 Kinney,
"that wu cannot get a hearing In
uuy of these caieB "
Judge Itobltison finally consented
to tct the cases go over until Juno !8
at 10 o'clock.
Meals at the
Ale belter and less expensive.
Hole), near Union,
IYIuKIIIU in I
Role Of i
BRUTAL MURDER OF
Dead Man Is Believed
To Be Brother Of
TWO IUWAIIANS ARH 1IC-J
BY POLICE ON SUSPICION
Skull Fractured in Three Places
Piece of Bloody Scantling Is
Found Lyinjr Near the
Henry Wetherill's corpse lies In til
morgue and Jim McCamlless and Tom
CiiinmliiKS are under nriest at the Po
lite Station on suspicion of having
murdeied the dead mail.
Miout u o'clock this Illuming a lla
wnllaii who was going to the i.illio.nl
U'Jt noticed u mall I) lug 111 the ill ill
ber yard near I.ec Cbu A. Co s plao
of buslnesr. The native being uiixli u
to catch his train down to um of th.
plantations when- he was emptojc i
as a strike hrcakci. slim 1) informed
the Chluesu of the fact that a m.i.i
was I) lug ulougslde the luinbei pile
l.ee Chu on looking at the in in saw
chat he was dead uud that the de
ceased's head hud been battered III
with some blunt Instrument. The po
lice ueru at once lulorineil of the
tragedy uud Olllcer Parish was sent
down to Investigate
Puilsh reports llndlug Hie hod) or a
negro I) lug on a idle of cut lunihei
mil beside the corptc a four-loot pine
)f 2x3 pine. Thu stick hud uvldeutl)
been used as a club as Iliac weie
b.ood stains on It und some human
hair was found adhering to it
While 1'arlsb was making his 1m
vesllgatlon a Mr. Whulc) caim .1.
uud rcuiarke.l that be had seen Hi..'
dmnken niui In the vlclnlr) of the
lumber pile shout 11 o'clock lust night
A man named lUitiger also appealed on
the scene ami Identified the corpse as
that of II. Wetherlll, one of the crew
of the Pic lades, which Is now In pint
Thu last seen of Wetherlll on board tin
ship was ut li o'clock Monday night
According to Parish's resirt T Cum
tilings and J. McCatidless then put In
mi appearance und the) loo IdciltltU-d
the hisly as that of II. Wetherlll. ii
shipmate of theirs. They stated Hint
Ihu deceased bad been In their coiu-
pnnv mi till 11 o'clock on the pluvious
night, but Hint they hud left him ui
ii iiu.ir in nn Ice uc.iiii pallor on
Chief of Objectives l.enl states t lint ;
hu saw t lie deceased ul about 2 o'llne j
this moiuliig mid Hint he was then in
lompuii) wllh Hie two suspected men I
Somu footprints ut Hie scene or the
tragedy exnctV nt thu shoej or the
men who ure held for itivestlgutliiu .ill, I
there uru several suspicions elictun
stances In connection with Hiem which
have to bo explained.
The post mortem on the bod) of
Wetherlll revealed the fact that 111"
dead man's skull had been fractured
In thriu plnci-H nnd eviihntl) b) u
An Inquest will bo held this after
noon ami It Is expected that sonic
fresh light will be let In on the mur
der then Wetherlll Is snld to be a
half biother of Joe Onus, thu famous
Colored fighter. Ho was about (wen-l)-lhe
)eurs of age und wus a mini of
iplemlld pbysliiic Chief Leal is
working on the case nnd feels rim
lideut Hint he will prove conc'uslvelv
who killed Henry Wetherlll.
Jos P Cooke leaves In tho Alameda
for Ihe mainland lie will titleml it
class leuiilou ut Yule during bis nh
7m ulllhUJKm ..'.4t S
HOME OF THE OROSSETT SHOE
See our Men's OROSSETT WINDOW
Tiicei )3.50 to $5 00
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.,
1051 Tori Street.
WASHINGTON. June 15 The in
formation received here today on
the complaints of Jnpancsc in Ha
waii is entirely unofficial. Should"
the ccmi.laint of Agitator NcRoro bo
eked with officials here it is antici
pated that the State Dcnartmcnt will
tefer him to the courts
NAIVASHA. Africa. June 15. A
member of the Sclous liUMtmi; parly
has been fatally wounded bv a lion.
There has hten no report from Col.
Rooicvelt for t n das.
NEW YORK. June 15 The quo
tations on the stock of the American
Stifrar Refininc; Company dropped
eight dollars a share on the Stock
Exchanpe toc'ny. This is attributed
to the litigation in which the Sugar
Trust is involved with the Govern
ment The stock rallied just before
the closing hour.
NEW YORK, June 15 Mrs. Gro
vcr Cleveland today testified that the
t'tn-tuic of her lato husban . to the
tnno'is Brandenburg article s bogus.
Siandcnbutg is the newsar.p-r cor
respondent remcmiblc for the ellee-
id inteivic.v with Grover Cleveland
published after his death in which
he was reprcssntcd as favoring Mr.
Taft as against Ervan. This was
used widely as Republican literature,
but withdrawn after it had been re
pudiated by Mrs. Cleveland. Crimi
nal proceedings nrc under way
l'OR INDEPENDENT PHILIPPINES
WASHINGTON, June 15. Sena
tor Borah made a speech today in
the course of the tariff discussion in
which he advocated nn independent
government for the Philippines.
I SAN FRANCISCO. June 15. At.
itorncy King opened the argument
today for the defense of Patrick Cnl-