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VOL. XI. NO. 4350. S, PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAH, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1900. 8 PAGES.
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NEW EDUCATORS ALL LABORERS
Members Roast Legislature and Charge
Board of Supervisors With Having
Too Much Power-Babbitt Says
Thpv Hold Whin Hand-First Shot
J r Manager Chalmers of Wnlmnn.ilo '
; ll'lanlutlon was asked liy certain ot lilt
H subsiciiucTht sessions lire l be onlv iiutlif-rlty rested In their control Jii:uusu labours to discharge thieu
Judged by the (list meeting r Jho ! teachers, jollier Japancs As tlicru was no
Commissioners nr l'ubllc IiikIimcIiu i "Prom what I have Been nf mime f ! Hpoclnl icnson why llit marked thieo '
this morning, Hie pubic- will 61)011 he the Suporvlaora," said Aiken, "I don't should go out Mr.- ChalintTH refused
i-mnu nwoi' that IImmo my some "live think lunch of some of their line points tho demand.
wlies" mi the Hoard. In no gentle regarding air, light and ventilation." The result of tills was a free fight
manner the new Cntninla-dnnorH crit-t "1 don't know what wo can do about J among tho Jaiianetio laborers of Wnl-
BEATEN UP BY I
Row On Sunday nd Wen
DiJ Not Go To
At ' n'elneU tlmm tiifiurili.il tuitli-n nf.
I Heels, fully armed, left the police stti-'
tlou for Waluianalo. I
WATCHED SHERIFF JA
HELD BY JA
Witness In Riot Trial
'i Claims To Have Been
County Sheriff Jarrett is surrounded aiomnl !i!'i ..
by Japanese strikers of Walmanalao' Uneaten n 'in
Plantation. ! attempts - ii
Jarrett went to Walm.inalo Planta. flnall.v sot M
tlnn In irrait i-rrt.iln J.llianK who. , Olllt O all I It'll
had beaten up one of the workmen on '
Sunday nlnht. !
' u am!
ii , set urn
iii ".i-ik. Ik
i i!i i antallor.
-I'll ii iHillce and
Ilium- II 'I '
four special o.niti'is nil lieav llv nrmeil
t..f. I. t.it . .... .1 ..t-t
The Japanese were ugly and rcfjsed i()j (t1,.,,,.
to give up the men. for whom warrants , . ' '. , , .
The details ,, the riot we.e aB:,.n In the p.anation o,,. - S'" , ZSf
Ktinn o'.er earefiilly this mnrnliiK In Ten mounted police officers have I Ktir time I ii' to i m the mgti
-llltlf,. Iffilitttunti'u fxinrt u'lll. l...lil. nAna tn th rAn nt fthplff Jarrittt. It .!. .l- -.'-.. . . . . - T.
-""" '" " .'... ...... ...l...- . .w ....vvw. v....y. .......... , ,,, ,. u,,,t ,j1(. ,, ; .t'triB 11 low.
Sheriff Jairett and Ills iluputles ilac-1 Theie are abmii In i if iliem. TIutj
ed the llto leatlers under arrest ami Imve lloc no iljuuiu m far. 1 tvltf
Ftii led to put them In Ills automobile, phone I for t mie u .-.i .m I tliey are oil
when a mob of 400 .itipancso cimvdcd their wa
lulred the last I.eKhlatiiie, anil iiabi It," lemarketl Mr. Alolr.
their lesjh'ets to tin? llonr.l ui Sii.er-i "Olvt us publicity." susgesled Coin
hoiH. ImlsElniier Ju.bl, "the sier of the
It was the first sessoln under ho ' iiiess Is great."
new Act ol tlio Lsgltlaluie, ami 111) re-l Aiken asked: "What If some of
ktilctlons thitmii around tin? authority tliee HuporvlsorH want tii lint up u
or the Cdnimlniiners has c.ius.M tin n fcchoolhouse and tell up to put In n
to break out In indignation. CoiumW, iteucher. Would we h.ne to tto It?"
bloi.ur J, T. ll'iii of Hawaii .lid iiotj Sitinrlnteudent llabliltt consulted
hesitate to ch.ir.', that the new fiwir Act Itin. " Die rftlliertlsors hnvo abso
M'stud In tho lionitl of Supe-vl. ! s Jute uulhorlty In tlo way of buildings,
meant that pmlnes would sijaner or lepalm nti'UiifiiliiinncM.. About all tho
later entue Into thw mutti'i. Commit.- 'rtminiiflVl-iniirs can do Is lr the matter
Kl(iner"All.en of Maul trail It was u .f, tenches."
bnckward step of tho Legitdalure,.) Klnnlly It wb agreed that nothln;
inaualo plantation Sunday ulgiit in
which one of the men was very bully
beat en up.
Furthermore thu Japanese i f the
plantation having apparently btcti 'up
very Into during tho night, did not
tin u out for work thin inclining.
A mass meeting was held Sum'
nt which thu pilucip.il subject for ilh
mission was tho'icfiisal of Mr. Chal
mers to discharge men who had In
furred tho disapproval nf iiilyr labor
era. One of the men got on Ilia stand
and mnile remarks that met with ills-
fnior among n certain iHirttou of tl'
no. secretin V of the Waipaliu branch
of the Higher Wage Association, on
Previous to that, Kawaknml lln-
- - . lulled his testimony from Saturday,
Kluney cioxs-exiunlnlng him us to
StKflt innal VtPtll Ic "' i"",Ulle r ,lle crowd during the
wllJUllUIIUI OJJK.III IJ ,lrr,, r jota,0 Mlkawo by Scovllle.
'Kawaknml semed a little mixed us
I to whether the crowd was silent,
whether It murmiiied, talked loudly
!!' lent the skies, hut finally settled
down to u straight dental that nny
I thing hut n dead silence prevailed.
I He was certain that no sticks wero
WAR" IS IRetee
ttPECTED, Ten One
r- .ps. i
while Commissioner Hlce d.-cldcd Ihitiroulil be gained by crying over spilled crowd. He watt Immediately set upon
about all tho power the new Cumnil jtnllU nn-l Suiierlnteiident Ilabbllt sug-iby tho leaders and beaten up In ter
i.lon would hnve, would be to "growl,' geste.l that a resolution be drawn up 'lll shape t He was finally rescued,
Superintendent Habbltt, rtTule of- and p.iBsed asking all pilnclpuls and and this morning he suimo out war
llcer o'f tho CoinmlsMliin ief..-ried to ilie tenehcis to submit to tho Hoard all re-. rants for thc.urrcst of his assailants,
harm done by the Legislation in nlnd- n.ulrements In the way of material sup-1 Sheilff .Turret t was promptly notlfle 1
inning I lie unco .Normal inspectors.
He unlit It was a great blow to tho
work, and must ho overcome li some
new scheme. He then outlined a plan
by which a Siipeivl"liig Piluclpit could latscd.
lie appointed, ami paid under tho head Mr. llabliltt then outlined his plan
of a tegular pilnclpiil. to act as a for n now Biipervlslng'piincipul. His
teacher of teachers, or In other words ollleo Is to ho In the ollleo of (lie Super-
piles and furnishings. .Mr. Aiken mado and he left town about 10 o'cluik Al'h
a motion that blanks bo sent by tho posse of lolfco to niako the arrests.
Hoard to principals on which to make
requisition, which was unaulmiiiisl)
Snare Of In junc ion
One of the results of th violation of
the Injunction Issued' against the Agl. ""nino wns sworn In urterwards. VALPARAISO, Chile July 1? "
tr. ciri th. m-l, Wan Ac.rrlatlon " Kvr his iige us Vi Hiid his iHisi- believed hrre that.war between BulUla
will betho ex;oi r one ofihe most ""n In the Afcwiglatlnn. He came and Pert Is 'nmlnent followlnn hs
elaborate systems of kurvclllance of here two jears ago anil sinrlcd to rlotlny i La Pax, Bolivia. The trouble
Japanese laborers on this Island that .work on tho Wnlpahu Plantation, grows out of the decision of Argentine
ii. '-. .... In AnnnaxHn uj(h ft ISmi inri i ssi rf'tniiti
couia oe tmagineo. .tutting enne at first and later work- " v" "' ,""" " -" c -
The amount of rospou the Japan- K n,e , """"i "'" """ rtru-
r.eK7.fhCl,rtr,eHe,Vn rllnrV'orTaw ' , '" '".". '""e ."' l"e "r"0' """" AnOENT.NE DIPLOMAT GUARDED
date of an American court of law , ,, i. ... iillln. i. ...... v ,,
letm filiiitl.li on Cn tlll-.tllll llillnli ft lull. . . . . .
...,n e..uM ... .iuiUi....j ..!... .i --, m ule rnKnno iiotvi. uitt in tiio evo- a .. nni ivia i..i.. .
l.l Il.i ... ...... -" ii.i wv.iin. -iy ..-
nee .mi. win wisiteu . m...... r.lng when he heard tho pistol shot Argentlre Legation Is being guarded the tax will be made one per cc-.t
" I " - -' ! "i I inn oiu mo oacK uoor anil across uy a corion ot eignt nunarea soiaiers stead of two per cent as it pas:
.Mi!uiii-c en im-io. country nlono to the place where to prevent me moos irom auacKinn Senate.
hae giuiuiat Juilsdlctlun over and visit
regularly all distilct (cIhkiIu, and leg
iilate the work of tho tenehcis.
Mr. llabliltt said that when tho Leg
Islatuie fully realized the harm they
had done, and the Importance of tho
work thu art might be remedied later,
but it was his purpose to meet tho sit
.tuition n R It was and handle It 111 tho
"most valuable waj possible Inspector
Cox outlined a detail plan, and told of
the conditions existing which demand
ed careful attention.
"I cun't t-eo what good the Cnmmls
slon Is unless wo have some power,"
said Commissioner Hlce.
"Wo are .ooitalnly handicapped by
lack of nnthoilty to do nuvthlug ex
cel I In the in itler c" tenchers," said
Co uinlt!Kiucr Mulr.
Tlie geneial opinion of tho entire
CommlMslmi was that too much author
ity had been given to the Supers Isors
mill none to them. As a mutter of fact
Suiierlntei dent Ilahbllt told them that
practically speaking the CiiiihiIfh!iiii-
Intendent. He Is to be III constant
touch with all principals, and glu In
structions as to certain studies, It sson
plans, and elllcleney of schools. One
of tho must imfortuiKito tdtuntlnns lli.it
faces the Hoard Is tho glade conditions.
Over-aged rlilldien mo olteu found In
in were I'll udWsory board ami thtlr i.ysleiu to substitute the woik u;
Secretaiy Mott-Smlth, accompanied
by Contractnra John Ouilerklrk and
Hertelman, this morning visited Ilulihl
under-grnilrd fdiools. wlillo lco veita .Heeelvlng Stntiou and located tile new
Is Iniinil to be true. Inspector CoThera euticiil laboratory, for v hlch
also saws that1 hundreds of plantation the contract was recently awarded
chlMicu have been found to ntttml a' -lr. Mott-Smlth completed today the
half dozen schools In two eais, mi .u.-284 copies of bonds and contract! for
count of their constantly shilling fri'iiiUuppllis for tho Hoard or Health He
one plantation to another. I has been at work on the Job for somo
Mr. Hab.illt also has mioth'-r id at to '"me, and welcomed Us completion
make the pilnclpals In vailnus hbsli The Secretary has finished, under
Echooli,, iiipinlsliiK principals onr I Act 77 passed by tho Inst 1-oglnl.Utue,
ceitaln ilikirlctH, In this way illr.i Him I nil Invcntoiy of the Hoard or lloallh
and keeping In touch with all 11,'it l-t'und also one of tho Secretary's cn'.io"
going on. He said It would bo the lui ,- j Ho has also completed his biennial re
or the tia.ollm: SiiMrhlnc; I'rii esp-il l""t to be submitted to tho Closcinor
to advise each CoinmUsloner ns ho xl1'. Mott-Smlth worked all itaj Sun
tnueled ou-rthe dlstilcts Hut p.'i.f.-i-HS '"' to coniple'o a pro rata of tho ujv
of the schools, Inelllclency of li.telievs .propilnttons. rules and regulatloiu as
and cmvll Ion of grades and liupll.i. iJhoy will offect tho woik or the nt-w
Tim commission xotetl to per.'-ci a I'lumoing anil sanunry insiector re-
The Newest Styles in
ii,,, cently npiKilulvd by the Hoard of Sup
I t: st tt :t ts tt st tt t: ts ss is a ss st n ::
foimer not mill Inspectors, nt the Janu
ary meeting. Tho Commissioners v.eie
all present ns follows: A. F. JudJ and
Mrs. May Wilcox of Onliti, J. 1. Molr
and Miss i:ila II, Paris of Hawaii, W
II, Ulce of Kauai, and W. O, Ait.i'ii of
EN who arc just a little fastidious about their
dres3 will find among our new assortments of
"Cluett" nn-l "Wilson Bros." shirts, patterns
that arc at once attractive, serviceable and in
the best of tnste.
The time to make a selection is now while the assort
incuts arc large- because it is not expected that such a fine
stock will have to wait long for buyers.
New line of golf shirts, also.
The Kash Co
Fort & Hotel Slieets.
WASHINGTON, July ''The Ad
ministration s rcHra'tuy the corpora
lion tax amendment to the tariff bin
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.ii ia nuw Mciiiu buf'tiiucrcn in in..
The ference Committee It is probable,trtl-
Theso men were quickly arrested scovlllu and Mlkawa wero standing ,he diplomatic officers.
liy .Manager Hull and Officer Siovllle. 'surrounded by the crowd. Scovllle
The disclosures following these sir- i ,, .,lHtcI In his band, but wn not
rests are most sensational, and It ' flourishing It, Fuclilno did not hear
probable that wholesale arrests nf.iI0 worl "tatako" and wns sure It
others Implicated will be mado either W1i. nut used.
FOURTEEN WENT DOWN.
SAULT STE MARIE. Mlchlflin, Jul
12. The steamer John B. Cowles wai l.lzbcth Not jt'Mio,! futcldo Oil
l ! Ih hIIiI. s.,ttU tUm. i ... i-.- i ... . . .... .
late lils unci noon or tomonow ( i.1ki, t 'chH : Did you bco any stones ,t. r;r ue M. Scott. Fourteen pea- l,y using a fmiroimr, , hi il of carbolic
morning. i thrown? Wltncm: I did nr.t. etc w.nt down with the III filed craft. ,.!, I it ,,m,,.oM i.i.ii... i..u.
Q. Did jou see any missies whiz
zing in the air? A, I did not
(J. You went to the office of tho
Higher Wage Absoclatlo'n with Sco
vllle and tho prisoner? A. I fol
REJECT SENATE'S PLAN.
WASHINGTON. Julv 12 The Ho'Jtie
of Representatives today relected all "U being x"irelied for was fmt,l ii.ir
the Senate amendments to the PhlU ""' l'"'elo stmam. with the inl-n i 1 U
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H. Ul tO tlie tlllle you gOI to IIIO .u.r.lRr. no In r.nnllr...-. llll-i klllllllKllleil. llllll lie lulllillilnlnr.'.ir.l
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iij poinmiic which o.uiciuy revived the,
ollleo was any stone thrown? A.
As the situation stands today the
Jananese Aoltators who are trvlna to
run the itbor business ot the Island I
keep the workmen under such strict
espionage that It Is Impossible for any
man or woman to leave town without
a written permit signed by the officers
of the High Wage Association, Tho
man is told how long he can remain
away and if he does not return on i Vo
time a general search is instituted for q
mm diiu tic i. urouuni Dden into inc
fold of the strikers whether he likes it
As he walks along the country
load ho must huvo his "puss", an of
cla! document, If you please, In his
possession For lie will be stopped
at various p luces known to the High
Wage Association and ho will lie usk- the crowd boforo you followed Sco- wim set liter until August 2 and he
t'espomlent lnv the ,'i-uh nf vottiifc
lleli'tn 'ilto hanged himself itlinttl
The girl waa tulsmd from ' mi" mid
Did you hear the noise of any
missies falling against tho fence? A.
I did not.
Q. Now, If there had been nny
would you have heard It? A. Yos.
Q. And ou saw nothing of the
kind? A. I did not
The tinder conslilc-s that tho gbl
litis a chance for her lire, as the car
bolic acid was diluted.
Ilnymnnd M llaker, prominent big-1 .
nmlsl wi(fe delicate nt-tcn loiuniicol The appiiliitmeiii of Josh Tucke
culminated before the formalllj of lli('H the subsidiary head of the Land
"i"1"" uMiii nun iiiin-ii linn m-iiii-v. , iin .,..,, , i,,.t
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I "- iwiim tit mini pieitlteil tins llliirtllllK Hi , ... . . ,(,
(. How long did ou wait with ,i, United States Court lint his case M"l,,m. (,"',,'""ll
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
ed by what right ho travels the coiin-'vlllo and tho prisoner?
try roads of this Island. If he has no fifteen minutes.
"puss" ami ho Is a laborer on one or I Q- What then did )nu do? A.
the plantations ho Is turnoil back, I went to the theater. i
mill U he does not obey orders lie1 -- During those fifteen mlniites
iniiat look out, for the ugents or tho "d you seo Mlauchl? A, I did. I
organisation will boon his trail. He - Yo saw Scovllle talking; did
Is threatened. As he meets the nick- on hear what he said? A. No. I
eta along the road, n recoid Is made
of the number of. tho pass, tho time'
when the mnn went through, and i
j when ho should return, If ho Is obey- ,
. nig orders.
' It Is a perfect military or police sys
tem that has set utterly at naught i
the taws of this land, laughed In the
face of the order of the court and es
tablished within the city and county
(Continued on Page 2)
A. About will pload on that date.
of Public Woil.s .Mr Tucker ent-
eied Into his duties nt nnrc
Q. Did you sea Mlauchl open his
(Continued on Page 21
Alligator Pears ! !
A stirring elopement ami prettj ro- llfu mid lelt suddenly with many hill
malice has just been micoteiml In tho behind him After piohlng tho yiiuni:
Investigation by I lie istllco or All I'lio) man with questions for nn hour. Chief
Tim Sin, tiisplelnned us being John T of Detectives Ual decided Ah Choy Is
llaker, Jr. alias Kinlll, the young not HaW
rrenzlcd llmiucler who lived In stlnj In Hie examination, however. 'It vyils
at the Young Hotel, went In for high ' (Continued on Pane 2)
AFTER the enter
thirst and the PALM
Hotel, nr. Union
We pack and ship the BEST, mak
ing you a price DELIVERED any
where on Pacific- Coast,
HUONIAN, JULY 13, next boat.
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. King. Phone 15
NO MORE DELAYS.
Wc are now agents Young Hotel
Promptness and cood service
Telephone 301. 1 - ,.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
All with the new perforated vamps
and tees. Gun Metal Calf. Tan Rus
sia and Pat. Colt. Either in Bal or
Oxford. PRICE $3.50.
GMART STYLES FOR YOUNG MEN.
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