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, M",;urn -.-ait .2:30 EDITION'
VOL. XI. ,N0. 4380.
STRIKERS TO RETORN
Manager tluir of Cihil iiliintntlun
staled this iroon Hint lie ha1 not Iced
no groat influx of striking Jnpancrt
I oil ay, Men. hnvo becu coming back
gradually for tho Inst' few wccl;t,
ii lid lie now ling over four hundred'
Japanese at work on the plant illon.
Manager Itos ul A'lea say It la
reported about the plantation that
the Jnpancso of that property will
return to work on Saturday. Home
tliliiK like ra handled men iirj ill
ready in tho cnuipH at work.
Among tho HtrlkcrH at tho Anla
liemlnuiirterH ii hclllecrcnt mood ap
peared to Htltl prevail. Home claim
that they will ro to work, hut not
nt Wnlpiiliii orAlcn.
Ono of tho facts of tho Kltuatlon
is that there are some men whom
tho iiiiuiPRrs of these plantations
refuse to take hack under any eou
(Idcratlon. All tho old Japnnono
pump men of Oaliu plantation, for
Through llio arrest of Chlug Kim
. Hoc, u member of tho Clilneuo crew on
tliu Texan yesterday nftcruoon by the
Federal nuthoritlcH, tho Insldo work-
, Iiirs of an Intricate f.ml-fitRnntle-plot
may bo revealed. Enough bus been
learned In connection with tftr rnsa to
warrant tho ofllclnlu In belluvliiR that
a bureau bus been established In
China with n chain of connectljonH In
this and other countries, whereby a
nefurloiis trade Is carried on In tho'
sale of citizenship papers.
Kim Uco failed to produce a certlt-
Icato or citizenship to Uio customs of
ficials when tho Texun reached lwrt,
mid tho Jimtter was-reported to Unlti
imI Htates District Attorney Ilreckons.
MORI'S ACT -SPREAD
People On Other Islands
Excited Over Attempt '
On Sheba's Lib l
Ncwu of' Morl'H attempted assassin,
iilli'ii on Tuesday of Shelm, spread In
the other Islands like wild II ro. Wire
Iosk. inersiigiiH i cached Maul before
tho arrival of the. steamers, and con
i Moral. lo excitement nnd Intorest ful-
(Coniinucdlon 'Pae'e 2)
One-piiece Rompers in attractive
patterns just? in. vSee our window
fur arid then -come in the store
arid see hundreds more. '
prices 50c upward
The Kash Co.,
Corner Hotel and Fort St.
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FREE FOOD FOR
Instance, ,lmvc been replaced by Ha
wnllans nnd I'ortUKuesc, who wll
bo retained. '
When tho striken) about Aula
lane ,wero asked whether they would
abide by tho decision of tho dele
gates who passd n resolution last
nlfiht,' they responded emphatically
that they would not return to Alcn
or Walpahu. ' .
"We arc hot rcsponslblo nor nro
we- bound by tho resolution of tho
dclrfcntes who liuvo been holdinR
iiicctltiRs In tho Jijpnncso school In
Kuunnu street," said, a number of
the strikers. "Wo nro Just noV
holding mcctliiRs of our own. That
Is, tho different Rnrigs nro assem
bled this forenoon to discuss the
"We have not been officially no
tified of tho resolution by tho dele
Rates. Irrespective of that resolu
tion, wo expect to discus's tho' strlko
CASE OF CHINAMAN
who had n warrant sworn out for tho
man. U. S. Marshal Hendry trailed
Hoc all, over tho city, and Anally land
ed him. .Immediately tho Chinaman
becamu much ' excited and Insisted
Ilint-Ji Imd n certlflcato of rlllrenshlp
Issl'icd to hlm In 1880.
"It would hnvo been an Impossibil
ity," said Mr. Hendry, when Inter
viewed, "for tho niun is only alwut 33
years old. .
Hack of It, however. Is tho real
story. It has been tho practice of tho
, Federal olllccra In making an arrest of
, this kind to Ret hold of all tho papers
IKwslhlo In tho case, and as a result
'nt 'times Chlmimcn havo been found
I with ccrtlflrflatcs of citizenship not
I their own. In other words It was ap
I parent they had purchased tho papers
IthroiiRh sonio person or aRcncy In ord
Were Prjntedjn Ths
Funny Column '
Yesterdny Nogoro waB an artist and
today ho was a humorist. Ills ver
satility Is brought out, bet,ter In cross
examination than In direct, which was
shnW;i .when Kinney followed Light-
.foot about 11 o'clock-In the examina
tion Iri tho cnnsplruc.ytrliil.
(Continued on Face 4)
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8 PAOES. WWOLULV, TEWUT(lOT 1AWAII, THURSDAY.
by ourselves and 'will report back
the result of our meetings."
' "Aro not Bomo of' those delegates
who voted for nnd adopted tht reso
lution your delegates!" asked the
"Of course Borne of them are, hut
wo do not enre to'abldci by their de
cision without the assurance ,of getting-
higher wages In caso wo return
to tho plantations.
t "We still bcllcvo that'wc nro not
being treated right at tho'hnnds of
tho planters. Wo believe It' is. best
that they should give us a raise In
order' that everything may bo peace
ful."1 . ' ,
As tho reporter was leaving tho
place ho saw a largo gang of Jap
aneso strikers gathered together In
tho Honolulu Theater, apparently
discussing tho strike.
Owing to the difference of opinion
over tho resolution, the delegates;
er to get Into the. United States.
It Is generally known by tho depart
mcn,( that some secret' method Is In
operation by which a Chinese desiring
to romo Into tho'Unltod Statos secures
a .certlflcato previously Issued to an
other man. To do this the agency
must havo representatives fn this
country' and on tho mainland to securo
tbeso papers from Chineso who had
long become cltlzons and about whom
their was no; question.
'Thlstyystem Involves great cunning
and caro, 'and has been carried on so
quietly that tho Federal authorities
have not as yet run tho principals to
earth, but aro closo on their trail,' and
when the filial roundup Is made It will
causo considerable Rcnsatlon, for Chin
ese, officials aro said to be connected
with tho wchcnio and men high up In
i MESSAGE TO SHEBA
Two hiinilrtd Jnpaneso pl.iula-
tlon workers on Maul throutfli' A-f
f Negashl, yesterday asked a rep- V
, rcscntatlva .of tho llullotla,
f that through Its column, :lielr t
f expression. of sympathy might bo'f
f convened to Editor Shell!, of lliu .
Shlnpd, 'and to his farlly; that
f they endorse his courni-fjus on,-
-f torials In bebulf of tustlui and
f right, ttiHl.bell'c'vo ho hri dono u
great work for' his count'ynipii. '
f They wlsli'nt this tlnio ci encour-. -f
4- ago hlm by their support "and' as- f
sure hlm they1 havo- no sympathy
for the. Higher Waco A'ssJiclatlon
f mejliodj of 'securing lilghrr
f wages. ' Tio I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is gtad
f nt this tlmo to carry a mcsia-"
f breathing, -with a native loo -ire; f
-f manhood that' cannot ;help touch
tho man who lias said ho w f
willing to rIvo up'hlH llfo foi a
f principle ho held dearer than ox
Istcnce. j -
OUR TRUST ,'DBPAnTMENT tS
Fiifct.Y. fequtp'rEb to handle
FIDUCU'RY IJUSINES31 OF EVERY
KIND, AND SEEKS APPOINTMENT
AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR,
JAND GUARDIAN, ASSIQNEB, nEO-
istrah, transfer and fiscal
'aoent And as trustbeCforjn
diviuuals and corporations.
Trust Department ,
Hawaiian Trust Company,
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ik'yr.m ii i riu nsnrfliisH
BuHetlnlAds are always profitable reading Tor. Honolulu housewives
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were (old to Iheet again this after
noon' at 3 o'clock In tho Japancso
school at Nuufinu street to await
tho reports from various gangs of
Judging frofn the remarks, it ap
pears that there will bo a general
split' between the delegates and tho
No More Food.
While- the strikers aro talking
the "commissary department has
closed Its doors. Tils Indicates that
tho supplies,-aro ru nout and that
tho waiters, stewards nnd general
helpers will soon bo packing their
things to leave.
The famous "tent under which the
strikers, fhavo been enjoying their,
meals Is wearing out. lly Saturday
It Is expected that It will be taken
down. TJia slrlkurs' emblems which
hnvo been "flying will also bo hauled
down, and tho kaukau-plncc will be
closed. , ... ,..V " .
tho affairs. of that country, as well as
well known pcuplo ,in tho United
States. ' , '
So it rcmaljis In the caso of lice,
either that-hc.VMee!tiad a, certlflcato
of citizenship amr-'Bold It through n
rcprcseatatlve oMhe bureau, or that
ho has never taken out citizenship pa
pers Frightened over his arrest, tho
man may havo tho papers aud- is se
creting them from tho officers.'
At tho tlmo of Hee'a arrest. Mar
shal Hendry could not locate cither
Commissioner, and ho had Judge Dolo
sign tho warrant as U. S. Commission
er. Tho prlsoncrswas arraigned Jjcforo
tho U, S. Court, and his bond fixed at
$2500. Anla and Chu Gem signed 'tho
bond. Tho 'hearing Is scheduled for
this afternoon, and so'rno Interesting
disclosures aro predicted.
MORI CHARGED -
'. THIS MORNING
Assault With Dang'rous
Weapon Is Charge .
Mori, the man who attempted to
kill Editor Sheba, and who ha .been
hold at tho police statlon-for Invcs-
ligation since Tuesday,, was this
morning charged under' Section
2911 with assault wM,h a dangcrou
weapon with Intont to" commit 'ccr-
Tho penalty attached to the crlrrie
Isa fine of $1,000, ami Imprison -
ment at hardlabor for not mow
than tenyear. ,
Hall hi Moris case hSs been, sot ,! wm l0 tontlnuod for several
at $fi,000, but up to noon tHora tia-I dayB at lenstt " t
been no. a((cmit mado by anyone jo ttttttitStrSKnSithttttrinitttti
suppjy She bonds. The would-bo from tho outside, Snd docs not berm
slayer to conflued 'In n special ojcll i0 worry about his, primen,t condl
near tho'8hcrl' offlce'nnd ha Hon, So far ho iias no attorney, mil
nothlnR-. to By for himself. l0 w mvo to, appear before JiiiIr-j
Ho' I being supplM with fool Andrado lomororw.
Hade fresh every day. We
are in a position to sell you,
. Palm Cafe l
v (Hotel near Union,
' WHEN OTHERS FAIL TRY US,
' "We deliver tho goods."
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AUfJuST C, 15C9.-8,PAGE5.
WASHINGTON. Auc. 5. i. The
tariff bill was passed by the, Senate
today by a vote of forty-seven to
thirty-one. Immediately upon its
(Misage the bill went to the Preii-
. dent, who signed it.
I During the forenoon n resolution
reducing;, the taiiff on leather was
passed by both Houses. Congress
then adjourned sine die.
DIRECTOR OF MINT.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 5. A.
Flatt Andrew of Massachusetts has
bt,n named nsjhrector of the'mint
CAPE TOWN,. Aug. 5. . Tho
British steamer Maori foundered to
day at Slang bay. The, steamer had.
many passengers on1 board, and it is
feared that there has been .terrible
lost of life. Six bodies have been
The steamer Waratah, with three
hundred souls on board' bound from
Natal,, is missing.
STEAMER ON ROCKS.
ST. DAVIDS, Wales, Aug. 5.
The steamer Langton' Grange is
wrecked on the rocks at this place.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Aug. 5.
There are three hundred thousand
strikers out of work in Jhe. various
trades. The number is increasing.
EDITOR SHEBA IS
rt(jry nt t)lu ,(jm.cn's I'oxplfal
this afternoon at t;;i0 resulted In a
itatemc'nt by tho physician attend-
W B,,,r 8(,.m ,)lmt llc , r,.Ht,1B
llSny ,, ,lllt tlicro.lB no npparent
dniiRcr of loinpllcnltons oiisiiIiir
from tho three wound sustained
when Mori attempted to nissnsslnnte
J T,0 rup (lt ,, vlPtlom nro to
Lo allowed to disturb tho wounded
editor Is still rigorously enforced
S.S. Hilonian, July, 10
FORAIIIGATOR PEARS, PINE
Island Fruit Co.,
EXPERT FRUIT SHIPPERS.
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' Aiiiuscil over llio Morl.stabbhiR af
fair, In Honolulu in Tuesday Inst, the'
peoplu on Maul Watched with Kiis-j
plclou two Japnncsu Hiiinp.iiiH pulling
Into Kflhnliil haitmr yesterday morn
1m;. mill when flinv w.i-n plnu., (.iwntt.lt '
to distinguish nt least twenty men iu '
one and about twelve or lUlii'ii In tho!
other, tho citizens decided they woro
tlflkors nnd wcio not pllowod to laud.'
Ono w.ih n tniiipin lauiirh, nnd '
tovd tho oilier. Tbo pi;oplo uhsoiii
bled on tho dock iih tho two lioals
nppioached, and upon tho uttcuipt of
Iho crow to tlo up,, they wcio told em
phntlenlly that they could not embark
on Maul, Alter" pi;iyiernblo urgu
ment". tho KninlianH. wlllnlrew mnl
United uioiiiid Iho Island.
It was evident Hint llio Japancso
wcio ilclciinlued o laud nl some other
point, i.o men on horsuliack ipilckly
STRIKE ENDED BY
A .liulislatlon (if tin' resolution
passed nt last night's meeting of Iho
Higher Wage Association, which prac
tically declares an end to tbo strike,
Is published below. The resolution nil
vise thu men to rii back lo wink tin
coudlllnmillV, but It I (he evident In
tention of the strlko leader to fortify
tho Arpilntli, and (ignlti Homo day
when thp tlmo seems rlpo, try iiriiIii,
Section S say Hint the Higher Wngo
A'ssoelallon shall hnvo n head olllco In
Honolulu.' with branch onieea on all
Islands nnd pUintntlouti. Tho rcsulu
An fJxtrn of .the Mlppu Jlj). Pub
llahed Auj. -It Ii. at It p. m. Resolu
tions pasted at a Meeting of Delegates
from all the Islands.
Tho Conference oMJelcgatcs fiom
nil the Islands that lit-an Its session
on tbo 31st nil. was brought to n
close at halt-past eight this eveulUK.
this being till' Unit day it ha been
silting The tvtcltn resolutions now
published below wero passed al this
ienlrfg' meeting! In reference to
the one that uxpiitiso lack, of c iiif
fidenro In Con'ul (Ipiiti'I ttynn. it
hi been decided In .telegraph "to Iho
KnrelKit.OOH-u In Tokyo. Tho ineulliii
cMiri;Hscd IIh thank to tbo Central
Ofllco of tbo Higher Wago Conmmi
uiatlon Society nnd to thu htalf or the
Nlppu Jljl for the vnliialilu horvhes
they halo rendered In thu movement,
nnd n lecohnjou was paied nhlrli ux-prt'KH-d
a doslio that Hie" activity hlth-'
eilo shown would bu displayiid lien;
iiHer. vTbo ineellng expressed IU
Ihniik tii'all otlU.er who havo rerveil
tho local lllghor Wago Soclelle In lint
plnnliioiiH whern striken 'Jmvn been
R'llng mi to nil IiikIIoh I'stabllsbcd to
fiipiKiit IheVe'Soclctles, to nil Inilkeitii
"eis nnd IndKliighniiae-kccpot'H wheir
,lho HlrlkerH havo b?u:( stopping, nnd
lo Mr.M lithlfoot llio Atloiney of tho
1'nity. ror tho assiduity zeal und ulu
reiity which Iro has dlsplayi-di r
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If there ntc ten good servants
fust now in tills city who arc look
ing for places, nine of tlicm arc
leading Bulletin Want Ads. .
PRICE 5 CENTS.
skirled iho Inland keeping thu boat In
slRbt. It was not lung beforo (hey
tried to put In ii'-jr l'nln plaiitntlon,
but ngaln thoy were beaded olf.
So ilelecmliieil ale llio peoplo ove,r
on -.Miiiil to prevent any nlrlko iirIIii
lion nr IioiiIiIk Hint senilnel weiu,
selected mnl p.i,iolled tho shore last r
iiIkIiI on Hie lookout, fur the Intruder.
About datk wliut wim supiKiseil to bo
Hue of thu sampans waa scon heading
At the Cl.inillno pulleil out tif Ku- .
hiilul hnrboi- last cmmiIiir ui.S oV-Ioek, .,
u small sieniiii'r Mas sighled Just off
the east co.iKl of U-ituil, rliwo III shore,
but Hho'MNin illsappeiired beforo her
Identity lit-c .into kiinwn. It ,u,
Ihonght .howi-vrr, shi' w.i u Islninl
I "Kit. What sbo was doing that closo
to l.niuil at thnt tlmo of day, however,
was Hie nlrailgi' part of the incident. .
TIII1 ItCHOI.l'TIONH. '
I Thai In iJew of ttio present gen
elation situation, sultnblo nu'asines
should be Adopted for liidiiclng btrlk
cr Ui reditu ! Hork.
2. That ll.it. Meeting hold that ns
u mentis of liillllllng llio lespouslbltl.
ties nlieady un lertnken, big labour an
soeliitlons incliidliig nil workmen
should bo formed on every Island of
.1. That tho head olllco of thoso ns
KoclntloiiHi shall be In Honolulu; but
Hint branch oinces shall bo estab
lished on all Island mid plantations;
(Continued on Page 4)
SUGAR SOLD 4.Q8
Market ls ' Brisk And
San Francisco Hits ' -"i
High Spots . .
Hugir wdd on llio Now YmMf Ex
ihapgl) this innrnlng nt 1.08. "v-.
i Thin I tlui'e I'Olntn lilulier than tho
1'liit.cst qilol-.it Ion of tho Sugar, I'liinl
er' Asfocliltirili ,iii sIiiiWm llio. loW,.
dency of the mnrki't at tho router iif" '
I thltiss. It followed tin advance "yes
terdny nft"i iinoii In btet to in.' aiiil..
'parity 1.21. ,',
j. One of (ho bent authorlllr oti ..liter'
I New. ,Ynr!c uiiirkvt has lecuntly ivrll
j ton Iu n private loiter Hint put lly with -I
l.'ii"al.oniliti market I experjed during
AiiRiivt, which moan that If ejjpucta- '
I (Continued on Pace 4)'
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On' that SMILE last
made . of White
Buckskin, and only-$5.0G-,
fo?: men of
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort St. Tel, 282.
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