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MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESS.
K lleuj W. Harrinuton.
I Month, anrhereln II.S ... .71
ly Quarter, auywhewln L 3 .... a.oo
rev Year, anvnere in u."i. ... re.oo
far Ve.l, pnftttiaid. foreign, 13.00
'CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY
in the Territory of Hawaii.
tditoritl Rooms, 185
BuslneMM Office, - 256
Who can gay Hint the secret con
tare of Higher Wage delegates wan
nt fur I tin mi rtwiarn nt Bmrfiotttifr 4tin
un who should strike nt the life
f tho man courageously standing as
n. exponent of law am! order?
THUG OR MURDERER.
To eay that it was expected, slm
ly expresses what the public
hlnks of the outfit that has violated
he laws of tho Territory, Intlml
ateil workmen, defeated justlco and
nally struck down on the street
Perhaps It needed the spilling of
well-known man's blood to bring
omo to tome of our people the sell
usness or tho present Bltuatlnn.
It was only n slep from tho ngl
itlon, In t Im hl.it Ion and the secret
ork of t'.'0 lliw?. to tho blow that
icked none r lie settings and may
en now m.r.n murder.
.The high wago ngltatlon had Us
Igln Miiong the most dangerous
ements of tho Japanese commun
J. There seems no fiirthor need
r argument that It Is being kept
lc by tho same gang.
Those allied with It are easily
THE SOURCE OF IT.
If the stabbing of Editor Shcba
las no connection with tho con-
piracy of tho Higher Wago leaders.
ct the casual reader follow tho
oursa of tho would-be assassin for
i few moments tms morning.
This man. left the court room
where one of the leaders of tho
Higher Wago Association was on
.rial, only a few moments before ho
ituck tho knife Into his victim.
He heard Ncgoro. who was on tho
itand, testify that ho had nlways
rounselcd peace nnd consideration
'or the law.
With this ndvlco still ringing In
lis ears, he secured a knife and
i tar ted for tho man who had stood
n the way of his peaceful leader.
Is It ck'ar that tho soft words of
peace, the deep regard lor mo law,
were for tho white population and
had a much different meaning for
the disciple of tho Higher Wago
What must wo say of this when
the first word uttered by tho culprit
iwas "I read tho newspapers?"
Did he gain tho Inspiration for his
act from any other Bource than the
mouthpiece of tho strike leaders?
THE VISITING FLEET.
Willi mo uaic sci lor wic nrrum
of Admiral Scbreo's fleet of armored,
cruisers, the thoughts of Honolulu
people will at onco turn to tho plans
for appropriate reception nnd cn-
Itertatnment. It Is obvious that on
account of tho fleet Itinerary allow
ing a month's stay in Honolulu, tho
program will need bo different from
tithe usual fleet vlsltntlon during
iwhlcti the officers nnd men are kept
on a husv round from tho time they
a. ... .. .. .
(liana uniu iney urpuri.
fr The llul let In would suggest
Cthat both officers and men will on-1
iov themselves nulto ns much If tho
ffornml entertainment Ib covered
itVlth ono or two special functions
and after that they bo allowed to do
as they nlcase. There Is such a
!thlne ns hestowlne too much enter-
Italnment on nubile guests, partlcu-
larly when tho visitors aro out for
Work and not making a business of
nubile receptions, ns was tbo caso
kwlth the Atlantic battleship fleet. '
The reported months stay In Ho-,
olulu doubtless means that tbo fleet
Hwlll do more or less maneuvering In
('these waters and some or all of tho
hips may visit other ports.
Honolulu will be no less cordial
nd very much moro practical It It
oes not attempt to do too much In
he way of formal affairs and iloei
hat very well.
If the officers and men aro made
o reel at nome ana 1110 uhkkuvu
oes of Honolulu forget to lenmrk
ow nice It wilt be or Is for tho
buslrioss of tho town to havo eight
bruisers In the port, tho visit of tho
varshlps will be very gratifying and
Satisfactory to all concorned,
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AUQUAST 3, 1909
WHAT JAPAN ESCAPED.
Xo bo,,cr llK,,t cnn ,l0 thrown
ul,on ,he character of the Agltatom
who have engineered tho .Japanese,
higher wage movement than the Ini
tial nrtlclo of Ncgoro which is else
where printed In full. This was the
article with which tho entlro move
ment was launched, nnd as brought
out In the conspiracy trial Monday,
Ncgoro ofTcrcd It bo'th to the Shlnpo
nnd thn Chronicle, who rejected It
ns too radical before he found a wil
ling publisher In tho JIJI. Refer
ence hnvlng been made to this clr
cumstnncc by the prosecution, tho
attorney for the defense claimed tho
right to Introduce tho nrtlclo Itself
thnt the Jury might Judgo how radl
cal It was. The Judgo allowed the
nrtlclo to he Introduced against the
objection of tho prosecution, but
, when It was read to tho Jury Kln
' ney piomptly withdrew nil his ob
jection. ilcncath this veneer of plauslblo
argument on economics the nrtlclo
Is about as dangerous nnd Inflamn
tory n production ns ever emlnated
from the pen of n hnrc-brnlncd fa
natic. With the usual stylo of n
J demagoguo the laborer Is compared
I to n slave and an nnlmnl In an en
deavor to arose him to a senso of his
I alleged 'pitiable condition. Hut by
far tho most mischievous thing
about tho article, Is the program of
International complications which It
breathes In every lino. The wild
Imagination of tho author was be
ond the possibility of creating local
discord and la8 nut an nmbltlous
program whereby the Japanese gov
ernment is to stand sponsor for his
(demands, nnd tho friendly .agree-
ment of the two nations regarding
immigration matters, which tided
ever the critical situation caused by
the California school troubles, is to
I be abrogated in favor of the higher
wago movement. The Japanese gov
ernment, "tnklng great courage It
self," Is to request tho American
government to dissolve tho prohl -
bltlon nf emigration of Hawaiian
Japanese to the mainland, nnd then,
having ro-opened that sourco of frlc-
tlon between tho two nations. Japan
Is to reach the sublime heights of
Impudcnco by formulating demands
for higher wages upon tho Hawaiian
planters. Anybody who could Im
agine the Japanese government in
this business deserves to bo Immor
talized In tho "Letters of a Japanese
If tho Japanese government had
been represented hero by a consul
willing to countenance a scheme Itko t
this Instead of a man of firmness i
and discretion. there , no knowing
whnt mischief this fool piece of
work and tho campaign which suc
ceeded It would havo caused.
(Continued from Past 1)
to tho states Is prohibited, and that
therefore tho supply of laborers will bo
plentiful. And It appears that they
do not attempt to Improve their treat-
I Till, tlilu la n frrnnt mlatfiltn Thn
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emigration to tho Mainland has been
stopped, but the immigration to Ha-
I wall Is nlro prohibited, tho United
States has succeeded In forcing Japan
to stop emlgiatlon of her subjects to
America by sending tho Atlantic Meet.
Hut It cannot mako Japan dissolve tho
prohibition of emigration to Hawaii.
Tho Japanese government, foolish as
it Is, would not bo bo foolish as to
send emigrants to Hawaii because, thu
planters need them, whllo her bubjects
are excluded In Amorlca. The reason
Is obvious for tho Japanese govern
ment is well aware that Its subjects
are not born to btt slaves of tho' cap
italists of Hawaii.
Not only that the cano contractors
urn making profits, and a largo num
ber of thun uro returning to Japan,
thus diminishing tho number of labor
ers; nnd as tho fresh Bupply Is en
tirely cut on", tho present tendency
Is the grndiiil depletion of labor with
out anv projpect of Increase After n
few yoars hence It Is plain Ihon tho
planters will bo forced of necessity to
increase tho wages.
We must hope that our home gov-
'ernment, hearing the conditlona or
Hawaii and In opportune .moment, ap
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proaeh planters and have the wagee
Tho prohibition of emigration to Ha
waii Is an act silently demindlng
higher wages, and wo endomo it; but
wo hope that the government will en
deavor to rcstoro freedom of labor to
chango Its residence by having tho
prohibition of emigration to the Main
land dissolved, and thus strengthen tho
position of labor toward the capital
ist. Tho laborer from whom is taken
away the right to chango at liberty Its
Place ot abo, differs In no degree
from th animal, and ho is a Blavo,
vmo and simple. Though tho animal
doman.1 wages, no man will gtvo It to
h'": and " demand by a slavo for
an Increased wagos would, It Is plain
be futile. Tho Japanese laborers, who
aro placed In the position of slaves by
reason of the prohibition of emigra
tion to America, do not havo courage
to ask for a higher wages. And
though they demand It, It Is plain
that their wishes cannot bo accomp
lished. So It Is to, be hoped for, but
as a matter of fact It is an Imposslbll
lty. Now tho omlgratloh to America
Is absolutely stapped at the rei..cst of
ino American (ccivrrnment, fit. tno cm
(ration to Hawaii Is also topped hy
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the Jupnnnst1 government 'f Us own
motion Hjncefortii. therefore thore
Is no ilnnger"'.f .'! reaso nf JiipiriOsu
people wltllil ilrj main of the Unit'
cd StntcH. At this time, II Is a con
cession on the part of tho United
States to dissolve tho prohibition of
emigration to tho Mainland and mako
It free when tbo Japanese Govern
ment shall request It, which Is one
that ought to bo Justly conceded. Such
being tho reason, the Japanese. Odv
(rnment, taking great courage Itself,
bhjuld request tho American (lovern
ment to dissolve the prohibition of
emigration of Hawaiian Japanese, to
The tlmo is ripo. Though the Ha
waiian Immigrants do not say it In so
many words, It Ib tholr hope of years
and their silent prayer that they ro
cover the lost liberty of choosing nnd
changing their place of nbodo, and bo
come a full fledged man and to be In
a position to earn a Just reward for
their labor. And we hope that the
laborers do petition the proper author.
Ity by tending them the statement of
their conditlona and aupply the Gov.
ernment with the materials upon
which it may formulate demands for
July 31, 1908.
o.rda at Bulletin.
business location in Hilo.
IS A PROBLEM
Supervisors Consider Question In
Open 'Meeting on the
At the open meeting held last lilght
by the sanitary committee of tho
Hoard of Supervisors the possibility
of enforcing the tuberculin test on
dairy cows 'was tho most Important
question that came up for co'nnldcrn
tlon. It was the sentiment of , tho
members of the committee thnt It
would be to he general benefit of thu
public to enforce, tho test, nnd the only
doubt expressed bore on tho problem
of the neressar)' legislation.
Thn orlginnl ordinance required thnt
all milk from tuberculin tested cows
should go Into effect Immediately. Ob
jection was raised to this by D. P. R.
Iseubcrg.1 who staled that all the cows
in tho country could not be put tu tho
test In less than n year's time.
Replying to n question from Super
visor Logan, llr. Norgaard, tho Ter(
rltorlal veterinarian, expressed tho
Opinion that the Hoard of Agrlculturo
might undertake tho work of testing
the cows, but said that the county
would havo to prulde the funds. Ho
also observed thatf about 2500 cows
were used to provide, tho ooplo of
Oahu with milk nnd that It would nec
essarily require some tlmo to put them
nil to the test.
Percy Pond did not think that the
problem of putting all the rows In
Oahu to tho tuberculin test would bo
such a difficult task nnd said that It
would be comparatively easy to keep
them up to tho required standard.
Mr. Iscnberg expressed himself ns
favoring the tuberculin test with the
county paying tho expense.
"Aro we going to nllow only tho
milk barons to Bell milk, or are we
going to allow the poor nnn to en
gage In business also," ho said. "Un
less the county pays tho cost of the
tuberculin test, the poor tiinn will Im
driven out of luislnenH. I am ghd
that .the tlmo has eonio when thu dairy
cattle aro to bo inspected, but I cer
tainly believe thnt the county should
bear tho expense."
On tho suggestion of Judge An Imde
tho ordliianro will bo referred to tli
dairymen, who will make such suggon
tlnns as (hey think proper nnd n meet-'
Ing of the Hoard of Supurvlsors-wlll ho
called to conshlehr It.
ANOTHER SIliN OF THE
Hy the Manna Loa today, K. O. Ilnll
& Son, Ltd., shipped a 3-ton 1jgim
Automobile Truck on order from Mr.
John Hind, to bo used on iho coffee
and pineapple plantation In Kona. Mi.
Mncfarlano, manager of their planta
tion, made the selection of I his car
and expects to usu It In handling tt.oli-
frelgbt between Kallua nnd the upper
district. This car Is of tho -horsepower
typo and has tho most un u
Tho Volcano of Klluuea is very na
tho at rresent. fountains and rlvcm
of fire playing nnd 'rushing about in
run view or the spectators. Tho co
incidence of this Increased activity
nnd the earthquakes In Mexico is such
ns to set scientists nt work, comput
ing tho conjunction of He.ivrnlv
Ilodics, the combination of which must
be tho primary cause of sucli molten
There Is another active volcanic re
gion In Hawaii which. tho residents of
Ironolulu are Interested in and where
large numbers of them aro at present
locating: nnd tho, Kaimuki Heights,
whero tho real cstato exchange of 82
King street are selling cholco resi
dence sites on cnBy'term and to home
seekers Intending to build In tho pear
W StULLFriM AD 'V -at
Monday, Aug. 2nd
And following days till all are Sold.
Sec our windows.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital ar.il Surplus ?!,000,000
for Infantn and fihMdron.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT IXrANTS nro peculiarly susceptlblo to opium anil its various prep
arations, all of which are narcotic, is well known. 'Bvcn in tho smallest
doses, If continued, these opiates caujo changes In Uie. functions and growth of
the cells, which aro likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
.r.r.lnn. a rrnvlnir f..r alcohol or narcotics liUatcr Ufa. Nervous diseases, such
j as Intractablo nervous dyrpcpla'nnd lack
with opiates or narcotics to keep thll.iicn quiet in ujcir inianry. inu rmo iUUuB
physicians is that children should never receive opiates In tho smallest doses for
more than a day at a time, nnd only then If unavoidable,
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordial, oollilnir Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot he too strongly decried, and
the druggist should not bo a parly to It. Children who aro ill need tho attention
of a physician, and It Is notWng less than a crime to dco them lllfully with nar
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IN KAUAI COURT?
I I.IIIUK, KAUAI, July 31. A llltnl
sccno took jilnro In thu Court llooni
Thitrsilny at 2 o'clock l M. when III
g.ihlil, tlio Jaimncso vim wns convict
ed of murdcrlnc h Jnimnveo Woman
In Kuiaa, was sentenced to death by
Thn prisoner all tlironsli tlio trial
Intel clill)ltoj no unusual frelliiK, in
fact, ho did not seem to understand
all what whb koIiib on, Tlio Intcrnro-
tor was a ery poor ono. At tlio tlmo
i defendant stood before tlio Court to
rocolvo his sentence of death, he wns
I asked liy tho Court, through tho Inter-
' prctcr, If ho had nnjthlue to say,1 Ilia
answer Indicated clearly that ho did
i not nntlclpate' what soon followed.
After .ItiilKO Iardy passed t-cntenro
, upon him, nnd It wus fully explained
'to him by Mr. Mica, who wus tho
icRtilar torm Interpreter, tho defend
ant was noticeably affected ; ho btoku
down and wept. If those present had
the power to change the sentence to
one of life Imprisonment, wo do not
doubt but that It would ho clone.
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