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OOL. XI. NO. 4354.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 0. 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
TO STOP INTIMIDATION BY INJUNCTI
MERRY CROWDS AjT HAWAII FOURTH
i!7'W0llljam'i "" "Smf' &
An order was Issued tills iift"rnooii I the Japanese In tin Territory In strike
liy Judge Hoblnum commandliiit Unit iigalnst Oiihu Sugar Co, Tlio com
Muklno unit Uility-tvvo idlioru should plaint Is presented liy Kinney ami IiIh
iippoar nt -1 o'clock tomonow after- associates, representing tlio jircipocit
noon ninl show cause why mi liijuiic- tlon.
tlmi should not lio Issued Hint lliey re- Tlio petition states Unit mi account
train from nil picketing or iifkI'ik of of tlio Btilke the company In uu.ihlo
men into camp
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
Tlicio were tlirco liunilieil ninl
llility-ilve of Vni, ninl they nil went
mi In ii bunch. On what? Why, the
Manna Ken of rouise! DUln't you
liear Hie tnlc of the blanket brigade?
Well, too bail, here Roes.
Il ,11 ..Int. . L ntnnlv nf
irn, mi mi 111,11k, dii( ,..,.. .
loom, ilnwn bed (down on the floor), .ever lioily.
You'll lie (omfortnlile; plenty of j subsided onto a mutrvss, anil, excepl-
compnny, bent or company: delegates nig ii few visits lo the rail, was si
Smiling lel-lndcn maidens and mat
rons, lienutona jouIIib In tlio very
latest New York clothes; plain look
ing blokes with n grouch on, and
Inst, but not least, the Inevitable.
011 lb fill boozer full of Joy and
likewise beer. He sine was the real
thing; after falling over everything
In sight and earning the cuiscs of
the youth with many
SAYS SUGAR TRUST
NEW YORKj Jalv 6. The American Sugar Refining; Company en
tered a ulea of not guilty to fraud as charge! in the indictments brought
by the Federal Grand Jury. The csurt granted the attornevs two weeks
before goin? to trial.
Benson to PERSIA'S CAPITAL
to plant crops for the coming Benson!
and Unit It Is hardly nblo to preserve I
the growing crop of en no. It further I
stater, that the Higher Wngu A'ssocln-I
tlon couteinplated from tlio tlrst tlio I
iibu of unlawful, sinister mid Indlrict I
methods through which to accomplish'
Its purpose. Tlint It lestrnlus through
the defendants by thu means of Ilium
clnl boycott, black lint mid social os
tracism, thu Japanese, fioiu working
on thu plantation, iinthivlthstanillng
Hint ninny of tlioso ngalni.t whom thu
Injunction has been asked mo under
Indlctnicnt they have preceded In tin
same manner us before with the work
by unlawful methods.
Attorney Llnhtfoot this mornl.in failed to act a continuance o' the riot
trial, and proceeded to abuie the officers of the prosecution, anil clamored
about being deprived of the privilege of tcelr.g tv.o Japanese defendants
who were arretted Sunday and held f or Invettlgitlon. He then attjdtd the
Indictments under which thj ten me n are now held for trial, and earned
that they were faulty, Illegal and Indefinite, and that the prosecution had
failed to make good Its catr. He was overrulsd ard the case continued.
He then Intltted on making an address to the jury. The trial will go on.
The prosecution has retted itt ease and today witnesses will be put on the
stand by the defense.
Katoie. Colonels to beat the hand.
Oh, yes, Blr, line (our'e IT sine)."
Well, the hot air went sure, and
tile pioss bunch got uhoard O. 1.. So
did a multitude It would have taken
hCveinl miracles to feed and jet
they were fed no noklck there.
l-3ver thing was all to the lovely.
lent for the test of the trip.
All was to the lovely for sure;
everybody felt ecitatn that they
would not he seasick; oh, no, nothing
like that In our family. "Why, gland
papa worked In a dock for years, and
we all feel half sailors, nnyhnw.
(Continued on Page 6)
JIJI SLIGHTED, PARKER CASE
IS AFTER UYENU; GOES TO TRIAL
The N'lppu JIJI, through Its col
umns, Ik hIIII Hugging at Consul (leu
eial Uyeno. It attacks hlfu because.
Its editor, Y. Soga, oml his assistants
were not Invited to Admiral IJlelil's
dinner given on board the flagship
Soya In honor of Consul General
' Itvono ami other prominent Japan
ese. The JIJI gles fuither and ci Welzes
the act Inn of the Consul In riding
thiough tlio stieets lu his pilvnte
Beside registering bhths and
deaths of Japanese, lu tlio Islands, It
nays that the Consul should not run
about for the benefit of tlio Hawaii
an planters. It fuither advises the
Consul not to follow blindly thu nd
vlie of the "planteis dogs."
PAN FRANCISCO, July C Sugar
-f 8 analysis beets, 10s 5 l-4d.
Parity. 4.20 cents.
.Tlio trial of lMward I'nrker, thu
negro i lunged with slugging 1'ollce
innii Clilng Apnua over the head
with a bottle, tho night of May 30
Inst began this morning before Judge
Whitney In the Clicult Court.
The case wiib begun last week,
but on account of tho principal wit
ness, Jucksou, being one of tlio Mur
ulhon rncers at Hllo, the trial wns
postponed until today. Tho Jury
was secured on opening, however,
and the work of securing testimony
commenced today. Deputy County
Attorney Hi own leprcsents the pros
ecution, while Attorney Clem Qulnn
Ih conducting the defendant's cnLe.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 0. John
Benson, who was convicted of fraud
in connection with government land
transactions, will go to San Quentin
tomorrow to begin serving his sentence.
CLEVELAND, Ohio. July G. The
gunboat Dorothea is missing. She
has on board twenty-eight members
of the naval militia from Chicago
and this city.
I LONDON. July G. Teheran. th canital of Persia, is comnletelv in
vested bv the rebel forces. An attack is expected at any time.
. ST. PETERSBURG, July G. The troops mobilired to move on Tehe
lan are riady to march,
x ST., PETERSBURG, July 0.' Ger
many nnd Aartri have declared a
quarantine against Russia on ac
count of the increase of cholera.
21 LOST IN ARCTIC.
SAN FRANCISCO. July G. The
schooner P. J. Abler with twenty
one men on board, is missing in the
All hough the out-going roast mall
wns scheduled for today, It Is possi
ble that it might not he sent until
tomorrow owing to the lateness of
the Mongolia. Arriving on sched
ule time, she was due yesterday, hut
a day Inst in leaving Yokahamii sets
her for today It may be that the
head winds that were bucked by the
transpoit Sheridan will .further de
lay her, and she will not arrive until
late tonight or tomorrow. No mall
will be sent on tho Sheridan this
afternoon, as even with the non
appearance of the Mongolia, the Ala
meda will leave tomorrow morning.
Bulletin Business Office Phone MS.
HAWAII AND MAUI MEN
TIRED OF STRIKE TALK
Judging from tho Interviews hn.l by on strike, for tho present anyway
tho I) u I let in icpreseiilutlve on his Lahalna Quiet.
Secretary Mott-Sliilth Is today
sending (oples of tho Session Laws
and Journals of the House to tho
IMcsldent of the United States, I'res- flV()r ,Billr 'wnKes. stated that they
i.ieiii oi mo neiiiuo ami npeaner m . ,.r,,f. Iu ..lck , tholr lobs.
recent tour of a number of plantations
on tho Islands of Maul and Hawull,' it
Is quite certain Unit there will bu no
strike on those Islands. Tho Japnneso
laborers, although admitting (hut they
One of the new summer
styles made by
the famous New York
Complete line of sizes
and handsome fabrics at
The Kash Co.,
Cot. Fort and Hotel Sts.
They also stnted that while they
luivo their opinion of the "strike boss"
Mnklno, they pay no attention to bis
Thero Is no Mgn nf strlko on Maul,
Thu Japanese laborers seem to bu
ilillto satisfied with tho treatment tlioy
are receiving from the managers. Al
J hough they aro doslrous of getting
higher wages, they do not Intend to go
ARE you about to make
a Will and appoint
Executors and Trus
tees, or to create
Trusts operative during your
The Hawaiian Trust Com
pany, Ltd., offers its services
to any and all who may be
considering such action. Our
record is a guarantee of
Tlio laborers of tho Pioneer Mill
Company at I.nhnluu, Maul, express
no dcslro for strike methods. One of
rcrlblng towards the Oiihu "strike
fund." Since thu strike started lu Ho
nolulu thu strike, leaders have tried lu
vain to collect money from them. It
was only u-cently that u smalt number
them, when Interviewed by the 11 ill-! of tho "total-men" decided to loosen
lot I n tepreseututlNo at Wailuku, last
Saturday morning, said that they
Mould not make any trouble with their
Wailuku Men Contented.
The Wailuku Sugar Company, uhlch
employs a large number of Jupaneso
laborers, vlll have no trouble with its
men. Some of tlio Japanese when seen
lu thu cane Held, said that thero was
no occasion for them to create trouble
with .the manager. They aro of tho
opinion that if they continue to work
faithfully as they have been doing In
tho past, I hey will eventually be given
The Japaneso In Spreckolslllu are
called by their fellow couiitiyiiien "to
tal" men (stubborn). According to
thoso uhu know the situation, the
Japaneso there havo not been sub-
thirst and the PALM
Hotel, nr. Union
up their pursu und contribute toward
the strike fund,
Storekeeperi Refute to Pay.
Tho Jupunesu storekeepers at Kuhu
1 ill and Wailuku aro no longer glln
any financial assistance to the strike
fund. They aro beginning to realliu
that their business is being ruined on
account of tho strike. They want the
strlko declared off, so that the old
measure of prosperity will return.
Editor Yokokawa Speak.
Cdltor Yokokawa of tho Maul News,
who Is probably tlio best authority on
strlko conditions on Maul, was Inter
viewed In his office at Wailuku, by Uie
Hullo tin representative. Ho said
that the Japanese on tho Island will
not go on strlko.
"They nro practically tied down by
the planters," said he. "They plant
(Continued on Pasre 4)
A further celebration of the glori
ous Fourth was enacted before Judge
Itublnson lu the Circuit Court this
morning, when the riot case was
called for tilal. The oratorical dis
play of fireworks was preclpituti-d by
the efforts of Joseph l.lghtfoot,
counsel for Jotnro Mlkaua nni tbe
nine defendants who lire being tried,
to secure a continuance of the cure
In order to confer longer with his
clients regurdlug their cases.
At great length he read his mo
tion, supported by affidavits In which
he claimed he had attempted to sec
l-'iichlno nnd Knwakanil at the po
lice station after their arrest on the
i barge of Imprisoning thice Japan
ese laborers, and that he found At
torney Kinney, Interpreter Chester
Doyle und n stenographer engaged lu
examining the prisoneis. He suys
he was oidcred out by Klnnej. mil
refused to go, stilting he warned to
see the HJierliT.
Ho wns then escorted out by n
police-officer, and made an attempt
to get out hubeas corpus proceedings
to I elease the men. In this he was
Imllifrd. He felt that a gieat In
justice hud been done him, and he
Invoked the Court to come to his aid.
In support of his motion for a con
tinuance, lo "set the sen! of disap
proval on this kind or business."
Attorney Kinney answcietl the
motion by stilting that It has been
tho custom for years at the police
station, utter a man has been arrest
ed, charged with a serious offense,
that be.'ore he is examined by the
nit'horltles no attorney Is allowed to
see him. He denied having ordered
l.lghtfoot nut of the room, but said
l.lghtfoot opened tile door nnd walk-
ties 1 enjoy under it, I will go to
Canada oi some other pliiic. Hut 1
do say that when men enter another
man's otlke or house, blow open his
safe mid take away his papers that
man Is no better than a thief. '
Kinney called his attention to thu
fiat that It had no bearing on tho
motion, nor the riot lilnl. so Mr.
Llghtfoot returned to his abuse ot
his privileges, nnd asked that a con
tinuance be allowed so thu'l he might
"see his clients without the spies ot
the government listening to what,
ii is none oi -ir cuincy nasi- ,h
ness wnai goes on uciweeu my cli
ents and myrelf. That Is sacred.
It matters not lo the (Vim what is
said betwetu us. That Is ,i private'
I Kinney lepllod: l '!
' ' He has had weeks to tall: the r.ic lA
I i. ii lili his clients, ninl us he snyt '
he Is going to put on thirty wltncs-i
es, he need not put l'licliliiu or to-iuT.
wakanil on first. I-t lilin put on hTsfi
other witnesses and In Clio menu
he will have time to consult
tl If.. I.n.. I.n.l 1.1 n ..
llll-lll. Ill- nun lltiil Ilin ., ,,i; i
about acting lis counsel for IlioM)
people on Mini. He made lie stale- '
nieut In Couit recently that lie ulmio J
knew their cui-es ami wns ready to V
go to trial." ' J)
Judge Hohlnson called attention lo V
the fact that Mr. l.lghtfiHit had been;0"'
gi anted the privilege of seeing Fu
chlui) this morning for three quar
ters of an hour, and hud not availed
himself of It, nl'o that thero hail
been ample lime allowed him lu
which to talk the cases over with his
He therefore denied the mo-
lug to see Kuchluo, and did not take
advantngu of It. He wants to come
before this court and blow off. In
the short time lie hns been here I
have never known a man to Intente
ly patriotic cvon to -his under-
ed In with n blustering manner, and After a bilef recess, 1 ightfoot -
that he told him lie had no business again spuing Into activity b. ..ttack-y
there. ling the Indictments brought ni,.ilntt
"All lie wanted," said Kinney, the defendants. He alleged that!
"was a chance to see his clients llrst they were faulty, nut detlnlte. Illegal i
und shut up their mouths. Ho had "'id lackiil all of the I'-mnlial !-
three quarters nf an hour this morn- ments that would' hold water, but. ji
tlio Court could not see mullein that
way, and this ton,uest wus denied. i
And then l.lghtfoot proceeded to ')
nvnll himself of thu pilvllego of
making a speeih to the Jury along
thu same Hues. Of lourso this did
clothes, which arc made of the Union no good, nnd the trial piocccdcd.
Jack. Ho wouldn't ho contented If This afternoon he will be compelled ,-,'
he tould not come before this Jury to put on his witnesses nnd go $j
and tyrade over tho Infringements through with the trial. Tho prore- 4
of the constitution nnd the rights of cutlon lias rested Its case, so tlint .'(
his clients," It Is now up to the attorney for tho'!:u
"It Is no matter of Mr. Kinney's,", defendants to produce his wKnctscsJ
retorted l.lghtfoot, "whnt kind of ninl sccuio theli testimony. .
If I may say .J
underwear I hnvo on,
It, It Is no matter of the Court's. It Chicago tinde excursionists whu'Ja
has nothing to do with the case. lslu-il Taeoma, Wash, learned; In M
When I cnnio to these Islands and Hint city that Mount Italnler has A
they were taken over by tho United another name, lu tlint city It Is 7j
States, I adopted Hie constitution. Mount Tnenniu. Tho traveler were,- "'
unu live uccoriltng to It. When 1 the guests of the Tacomn Commercial "'
I nave cause to complain or I lie liber- club,
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Telephone 3G1. ,
OUR NEXT FRUIT boat will be
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72 S. KING.
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