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VOL. XI. NO. 4370.
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SHEBA S LETTERJ st. lows to hilo
A letter declaring tlint Mr. Kin
ney nml Mr. Piosi-er of tlio nrm of
Kinney, tMlloit, Piossor & 'Antler
Mm, retained im Bpoclnl couiiko! fo
t lie prorecutlon in tlio cases growing
out or the Japanese laborers' strike,
were marked for nssasBlnntlon uus
lecelvcd by Mr, Klnnov today.
Tlio letter stilted that the "next"
to receive tlielr punishment for
tliclr nttttuilc in connoctlon with
the agitation with tlio Higher Wago
Association would bo tlio two at
Tim communication Is a practical
tlircat of assassination and cannot
be interpreted otherwise. It beam
out tlio assertion mado by Mori, who
attempted to kill Slielia jesterdnj
inoinliig th.it "others are marked,"
mid the editor of tlio Hawaii ShlnpA
Is simply tlio first that Is to receive
the vengeance n( the Higher Wage
.."developed to day that Mori has
been act holy engaged as an officer
iUf tlio Higher "Wago Association
Mnce coming from Maul nml that
lie has been serving ns secretary of
tlio numerous meetings that have
been held recently nt the Japanese
nclyiol on N'uuanu street.
Tlio ofllceis of tile prosecution
havo In their hands n lnrga quantity
of high wage ilocunumts, nil In the
handwriting of tho mnn who at
tempted to assassinate Shcba and
showing Conclusively that ho has
been actively engaged In, tho uoili
of the association. Thoy aro ex
peeled to play an Important part 1.1
the futuro developments.
Eeatlv for Death.
That Sheba was resigned to the
probable fato of death nt tho hands
nf the followers of tho Higher Wage
Association Is shown by a lottcr
lint vns sent liv him last May ti
his filRiul, Mr. Tiosscr, of the firm
of Kinney, Italian, ProHcr & An
dei son. Mr. Prosscr was not In
tllnod to inal.o tho cnmniunicatlnn
public, but It hns such nn Import
ant bearing on tho attempted assas
sination of Shcba yesterday that ho
was pi evaded upon to nllow goiuo of
It to be printed, a second poitlon re
feirlng to purely personal matters,
The letter shows that Sheba was
convinced beyond doubt that tho
campaign that was being waged by ' Bulletin Business Office Phone 25a
the Nlppu JIJI and which had his us- Bulletin Editorial Hnnm Phou 1W
sasslnatlon 09 Its oliject would ben:'
fruit, and he made his preparations
accordingly, oven telling Mr. Pros
ser where his will could bo found
and other matters which a man
thinks of when ho knows death It
The letter Is as follows:
it Honolulu, T.,11,, May 22nd, 1909 U
a Mr. M. F. Pioascr, cnre Messrs. a
tt Kinney, Murks, Prosscr anJ a
tt Anderson. Honolulu, a
a My Dear Mr. Proster: Tho sit- U
a nation looks rather seilous us U
a Ignorant laborers aro Intlnmcd nt a
t tho Instigation of Maklno, Ncgo- a
4 to, Soga and others who havo a
4 been and aro trlng to inlsreprc- a
I sent nic ns traitor and botrajcr a
t to their Interest I am fully pro- a
t p.'ied to din f.ir tho tt.iko of my a
M principle ami for tho true inter- a
t est of my coiintrj men should the a
I Inevitable come. I will fight for Xt
a my cnuno till Inst, as I did on tt
t Kauai, of which you know, 'tt
t I heron 1th ask you to look after a
't tho Interest of my family. The a
a nccotint of my estnte fhnjl be left a
tt In the first drawer of my, desk In tt
J my study room nt homo. My fam- a
a lly Is poorly provided for; but a
St that I ea nnot help now. I be- a
a seech joh to look after my af- a
a fairs for tho snke of my family, a
a I luno dono my utmost for what a
a I believed to be tho best Interest a
tl of my rountrjmen, mid
SHEBA'S NAME IS
TABU AT TRIAL
Mention Of Editor Is
WILL YfcT BE DWELT UP
a nothing to regret. a
tt I'lenso keep' this letter confl- a
a ilentlal ceu to my family, until a
a tho Inevitable happens. I am, a
a Yours very truly, a
tt s. siir.riA. a
Tension Dunns' Proceeding Fre
quently Besultt in Personal En
counter Between Counsel
Hot Words. f ,
Tlio stabbing of Sheba yesterday
was today mentioned. but once direct
ly at tho conspiracy trial but there
was at all times tho Impiesslon that
the affair was inithu minds of those
conducting and -hearing the trial.
At tho opening of the trial this
morning;, Ughtfoot rose and said. "I
ask at this time that the jury bo In
strtictcd to disregard anything- they
may have heard jesterday on the
street or otherwise In the matter of
certain crimes that were committed
yestorday, theso having nothing to do
with this case,"
"Well," answered Kinney, with bis
characteristic little Jerky rise. "I
understand tho Jury wero Instructed
at tho start, and It Is fundamental that
the jury aro to regard In their verdict
havo a on,y tboBO tnlnSH tlint ftru presented
Per S. S. Hllonlan Fredcrlckison,
from Sun I'ihiicUco, Aug. 4. P. V,.
K)ilcr, Mlrs I, UKerKiison Copt. J.
C. I.oreiifoji. Mhs S do In Nux. MrB.
S. A. do la Nux, J. N. Hobo, wife and
ihlld O. KleiiKcl nml wlto, Mrs. It. A.
Jaeger nnd child. Mlns Faulk S. Mar
tin nnd wife. Win. Werner. P. N. Knhi
kiiolunni M, K. N.ikulna, A. S. Malum
lit, Mlss-i:. A. rietrher. It. Ivon, Miss
B. Sanilcrs. Mrs.0. 11. Slemsen,
Murray. O, Nelson, Manuel Soarus,
to them In the evldenco and tho law
as laid down by tho court?
"We shall claim that we can Intro
duce the attempted assassination of
Mr. Sheba hero while In attendanco
on this court as a witness as we Intro-
(Continued jut Page 3)
a "I toll ou," said Maklno this K
a morning, "I am sorry for Sheba. a
a It Is true that ho .and t do not a
tt agree on this higher wage propo- a
tt Bltton, still at tho samo time, I a
tt nm sorry that ho has been at- a
a tncknil liv Mnrl. i
" tt "I sincerely hopo that ho will a
U recovor. Mrs. Slicba nnd my wlfo a
a oie good alkalies, (friends), nnd a
a I hopo that ho will be out of dau- a
a gcr within a week." a
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Wednesday, August 4.
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FIDUCIARY UUSINESS OF EYERY
KIND, AND SEEKS APPOINTMENT
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! Si LOUIS TO HILO I
M 1 X
a' Information hn been received nt tho Naval Station by Cant,
Itees that tbp cruiser St. Iwla will arrive at this port on hor return
from a cruise to Samoa Saturday. August 7. It Is reported from
other sources that tho St. Uiuls will take on coil and procevdtln
Hilo. How long a stay will be tnado thero Is not known.
Tho cruiser lluffulo will arrive In port on or about August 10.
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Tariff Bi'.isBread Wai
WASHmQTON, August 4. The
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. Auk.
Philippine tariff bill passed by; Con- The labor troubles in this city are
Kress in extra session is1 ready (or steadily, crowing worse, and a eon
the Preiident's signature and will flict threatens. Troops aro guard
probably become a law today. ,ing the, gas and electrio plants and
also the railroads. Food it beewn.
TARIFF COMMISSION. , t'ing scarce, and this, of course,
WASHINGTON. August 4. Sen- serves, to arouse the laboring peo-
ator Beveridge' today re-introduced
the bill providing for-a tariff com
mission,' This bill has a growing
number, of followers' and it intended
to take the tariffont of politics.
SAN FBANCISCO, August 4. A
alight shock of earthquake was felt
in this city at 10.28 this forenoon.
No damage was done.
BOGOTA, Aug. 4. Gonzales Va
lencia has been named as the Pres
ident of the United States of Colom
bia for the unexpired term of Pres
ident Reyes, who resigned while in
VISIT NAVAL STATION.
' COWES. England. Aug. 4. Czar
.KScholas and King Edward today
visited the naval station at Osborne.
MADRID. Aug. 4. The govern
ment has officially proclaimed that
the crisis of the insurrectionary
movement is passed.
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ple to radical action.
MORI ONCE PUPIL
IN ROYAL SCHOOL;
HIS LOCAL CAREER
a Tomeklch Mori, who attempted a
a to assnsslnato Editor Sheba, was tt
a bom In Yokohama, Prefecture of to
a Kunug.ma, Japan, about twenty- a
a six )curs ago. .HI parents had a
a a lunch house, which Is still In a
a existence. When ho was about tX
a 13 years of ago, he came to Ha- a
a wall in company with the lato a
a Cieorffo Ilonrdman, then an Imml- a
a gratlon agent In Toklo, Japan. a
a Arriving here In 1897, ho con- a
tinned to worts for tho Doanlmin
a family, at tho samo tlmo attend- a
a Ing school at tho Royal School, a
a where ho became proficient In tt
a tho English" languago. Ileforo a
a Mr. Dourdman died, Mori went to a
a work for"Y. Matsushita, who kept't!
It an Ice cream parlor. Ho wont a
a from thero to tho Maklno Drug tt
a store, where ho wau.omployod for a
a about rlx years. Leaving thero, a
a ho obtained employment In the a
a Ynmajo 8oy Factory at Palania. a
a He did not remain thero long, be- a
a Ing discharged cut account o'f a
a BOmo Irregularity, tt
a He next moved over to Kahu,- a
a lul. Maul, where ho Started a a
a small store, selling general mer- a
a chandlso and soy. From thore, a
a he went to Walluku and oiened a
a nn Interpreter's office, Occasion- tt'
a nlly ho acted as Japanese Inter- a
a preter In Court. Ho Was not a,!
a popular nlth tho Maulani. tt!
a He wns nn assistant to' Editor a
a Yokohama In running the Maut tt
a Shlnbun, tho organ of the High- a
a er Wago Agitators on Maul. Iln.f
a camo to Honolulu olf his latest' a j
m inp ns a "iioiegato-' to the con- R
a venllon of tho Higher Wago Ab- a
a At a. secret meeting of the Itn a
a migration Hoard held this after- a
anoon It was decided to accept the a
a offer of fifty Russian families, a
a providing they are satisfactory tt
a to the representative of the Hoard a
a who Hill go to Itussln. A. 1.. C
a Atkinson is conrlderlng the m:it
a tor of making the trip. "
aiof rending n special tenrcentntli
will bu not less than a thousand dot
lars. Tho exponto of bringing tho
people hero will not be less than
fcetcnty dollars per adult
As u matter of fact, there Is lers
cnthuslnim among (be people at
"j large or the Russian proposition
ttithllti linv cither that Ii.ih tioen nut
forwaid ofil.ile. The support it
gains Is ime to h sentiment that
Immigrants should bo (.ought from'
tall sources rather than nny feeling
of confidence In tho outcome.
Tho Hoard "Of Immigration officers
nre finishing up the disagreeable
ends of the latest butch of "Portu-
fallures that arrived by v.ay
Secretary Jack Atkinson may ba
elected ns the representative of tho
Hoard of Immigration to go, to Si
beria in connection with the pro
pobod Russinn immigration.
The Hoard of Immigration Is nlR,1(,,e
HAuuInn t IS lu nflnrniAn n linnn (ka
Portuguese. A number of them
report of the committee consisting wlli ,)C .... ,m,k .... .... .... ....
of Mr. Atkinson and Mrs. Wode- cr going north, und nt least thrto I
house, appointed to loblt Into the nre tlndln ga lomfortulilu rcslilcnco V
proposals made by the Russian lm-ln i'1" 'ImW-'J with stcnllng ro-
migration piomoter who recently ar-,Nuhcrs '""" lho l'0"""' w'"-'re they )
iliinriereii. ii is not sinicu
rived In thla city
The report of the committee will
be favorable to Russian Immigration
on principle, nnd it will be up to
the Hoard to accept or' reject one of
four propositions presented for get
ting the men here. It seems to be
gentrally admitted that teh Doard
should have some Independent rep
tesentatlie with the Russian pro
moter to puss upon the character of
the immigrants and decide upon
their probable adaptability as set
tlers In Hawaii. This Is of course
a desirable place, and a great many
are ready to be sacrificed for tho
publlcwelfare by being sent at pub
lic expense. Many of those con
nected with tho Honrd, however, be-
llevo that Atkinson Is the man to do
thlr woik, as he has been especially
en'huslnstlc over the Russians and
would do his utmost to pull tho pro-
whether they havo done nny work
for the county In return for their
Miuitlon trip to the Paradise of the
l'nclllc Tho Ilourd has dispensed
with the services of Agent Sllva,
who Is credited with soliciting these
The Nlppu .Hi J I this morning, stuck
to tho hart st facts regarding tho ut
tempted iihsnstnutlon of the editor
of the Hawaii Khlnpo jesterdny and
Its' article on tho mutter Is but trans
lations of tho substance printed In
yestenlaj 's afternoon papers.
W'hllo placing Itself on tho "oppo
site side" from Mr. Sheba us regard'!
stilko politics, It expresses Itvelf ns
Ject through successfully If nnyono cty sorrv mer tho stabbing nn',1 bogs
can. . to offer Itn condolences to Mrs. Sliclm
It Is estimated that tho expenses mud her f.-mlly.
Billions of Gallons
Will Be Developed
K0HAL,A DITCH EXTENSION PLANS
Eight miles of now ditch and an
elaborate system of btorugo reservoirs
Is tho latest progressiva move mudu
for water development In tho fertile
district of Kohala.
PlaiiB for this new work have been
brought to n head during tho last few
days by Col. Parker and Mr. McCros
sen, the moving spirits of lho Kohula
Tho development will involve an ex-
pemlltuio of about n bundled thousand
dollars, nnd Is Intended to Impouiid
tho waters of the higher lcvelsjfniid
owntiiill havo n storage capaclWoI
billions of gallons of water. ?v
The. now ditch construction will bo
through higher levels than tho pres
ent Kohala ditch and will be probably
known ns thu Upper Kohala Uitr)i,
Ilesorvolis will bo built us uccjisslty
demumls. Tho work will bo started
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WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US.
"We deliver the goods."
Young' Hotel Laundry,
Telephone 361. j .
On that SMILE last,
made of White
Buckskin, and only.
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