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In tho beginning of his argument to
)on laid stress upon tho fact that this
Is an Important caso. It la nn Im
portant catc. Otpddo of thoso unfor
tunate caioH InvolvInK life and death
thin case, 1 believe, Is tho most Im
portant case that has been tiled In
the Territory of Hawaii for very
many years: and why Is It Important?
It Is Important, gentlemen nf the
lury, because It Involves tho sumr
ndiistry of this Island, or Hint fe.it-
n ro .Hint portion, of tho sugar Indus
try which Is most nocessnry, tit-wit,
'Now j on limy not hold mi) stuck In
WKiir cump lilies n nil I inuy nut hold
iny stock, lint yet our Interests ate
xmiid up, and Irrevocably bound up
or sumo tlmu to come Indirectly If
lot directly, In that which Is nt pica
nt tho greatest Industry of the Tcr
Itory of Hawaii, to-wlt. tho sugar In
lustry. And so It Is useless for any
me tn say, "Well, I don't own any
lock. 1 don't cure; tho sugir busl
less Is not ,iny business." It Is the
iitslnoss of everyone In this Torrltoiy,
llrectly or Indirectly, for we hao to
Ho by It.
"Wo hope Hint tha time will conio
lint there will bj such diversified In
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ward to with ardent Joj becauio then
we nrojpot going to be a colony nt
slaved, -we nro going to be a fna peo
"I say It Is Important. This rase
goes to tho ery heart of the sugar
Industry of tho Territory of Hawaii
and don't ou forget It, It Is Import
lint to tl0 prosecution. I don't cure
what tho prosecution really Is. It It
said to bo tho Territory of Hawaii;
I don't caro whether It Is actually x
rrlmlii'il proceeding brought by thr
Terrltnry of Hawaii for the pimMi
uietit of u crime or whether It Is the
effort of tho Planters' Association ti
let these leaders of tho .liipancso In
Jill bo that they cm forte the rank
nnd file to work: t say It makes align
ulely no difference. This Is a mil
ler nf the greatest lniKirtnnce to tin
piiiscciitlnn. whether It really bo tin
Territory of Hawaii or the Planters
Association. How iln, n It n pear?
How docs it nppcar? I'll si r nil v
have tho employment for this prosicu
Hon of the most learned 111 in of law
yers In Honolulu or In Hie Hawaiian
Islands: Mr, Kinney, n gentleman who
bus practiced law at this b ir for 2"
years or moro; Judge llnllini ery re
lustry hero tint It will not bo tho ccnlly Associate Justice of the Hu
nlo Hourcc of the wealth of this Tor
Itory, but at present It Is, mid so any
hlng Hint goes to the vitals nf the
ugnr Industry Is an Important, mailer
lid should bo considered by you, gen
emeu of the Jury, mid by every
houghtful man. In n tlioughtfiil ly
"Now this ciso involves the lubnr
ltii.-itliin of the Territory. Voire n
irge iiiinibers of .Inpiuoho weio I in
nrted Inln Ihls Terrllniy here. The
liiwnllaiirt would not work In tin
elds lit Hie pi Ices Hi il,Wi'ic being nf
'red. I'oi' nuiiiy years Hie price nf
ugar was veiy lov When I inn'
cro nearly twenty five years ngo It
"as nlmut two iriits n pound Ior :
ng time theie wn I'milil iib'Mit tlin
'eclprnilty Tieily being enntlniied or
-new id. I 'or a long time tho future
f the lndiltry w is clouded In dark,
ers mid no one know what the mor
iw would bring forth 1111,1 H10 plant
's were minlilo to pay a decent day's
ages for u decent day's work, and
1 wo found Hint tho Huwnflans mid
thcr residents and citizens of the
lien Kingdom of Hawaii gradually
3ft tho cano fields b?cnuso thev could
ot get enough money to llvetipon
cn to pny for their pol mil pig mid
heir place was 'taken by tha Japan
so Jnpaneu who came here under a
ontract, "shipped " as wo said; a
nntrnct which was nothing moro nor
oss than Blavory. U theso men re
used to go to work, under that sys
em to Jail they went. Hut when ('
inicrlcan flag waved over Ihcso ls
ands, tho flag which la incompatible
vlth slavery, slavery lmd to go and
lavery went; and Hint time, tho per
od of Annexation when slavery was
hollshcd In theso Islands, formed tho
ireatest epoch In our sugar Industry's
liicstlnn of labor. And wo havo an
Uhcr Tine today. Yes, tho prosccu
Ion and the residents of tho Terrl
ory or Hawaii would llko to closo
heir eyes to tho fact but thero Is, as
uro as Ood made this earth, a now
ra of labor coming.
Refer. To Patt.
"I say that I perfectly agrco with
'he learned counsel on tho other sldo
nhen ho says that tho strike g going
to bo a good thing for tho Territory of
Hawaii. It Is going to bo a good
thing for tho Territory of Hawaii.
.When this strlko commenced I pho-
piiccicu 1 was 1110 ono vvlio prophet-led
that you could not got three Ha
wallans to go and work In tho cano
fields. Gentlemen, I was mistaken.
You can get threo Hawallans to go
id work In tho cano fields, for tho
history of this strlko hag shown be
yond tho peradventuro of a doubt that
you havo only got to hold up your
hand and you can got two thousand
Hawallans In tho Territory of Hawaii
to go to work any day you want them,
If you pay them decent wages.
That's It; you can't got them to go 011
tho plantations as sluves, hut you can
?ct them to go on tho plantations, and
Now If you please. Your Excellency, tho very things Hint were translated
will you tell me 'vim' nilntama means, had been stricken out by the .11)1 peo
becnitso I don't know.' pie beforo tho police ".ion owed" thesi
And so Hie C01.Mil tells him. 'Oh, things. And tho lcniued counsel on
Hint Is n dreadful worrit' 1 tho other sldo was compelled, much
And, Holy Smoko! It was a won-'against his will, doubtless, to get up
dcr that all our whlsKers were not, and admit beforo you, gentlemen of
I reino Court of the Territory nf tin
wall; Mr. ITospcr. frcioiitl) deputy
attorney general; .vir. Ainteisnii. n
v tiling man of great learning and great
1 romlso, Those g ntlemen this ox
m nslvo firm, nre engnged bv someone
(lawyers do not work for nothing'
don't you ever fool yourselves In (hint:
tig that they do) nro engiged bv
'nmeetio for this pro'iriitlnn V'e
linve tho pollco ami of the law,- I am
rot permtlted In talk to vou von
much nlmut thai, h-emue several
hlligs Hi it ynii.kiiow nf Hni took
phiV hero ynii-jje.-jii'liticti.d by Hi
court In ilbregiU, 1J1) 1 euinot go Into
Hint lint wo havuAbm! nlr. mi ninth
'ho police arm nf tn law Arrest nf
tor n-icst, nnest nrter irifst both In
this rtnii 1 iiml, when Ihey tniihl 1101
get it In this cfiiirV.' bring In tho .r
vice of IhetDlntrlet Colli t nf I he
Unltnl Stales or Aiuerlci. ir ynn
1 lease; ifSy nrter day arresr after ar
rent, bynd nftiTvliOjul mid bo;id artei
bund, mill the isillre nrm nf the hvv
has been kept in motion over since
the beginning of this strike.
"Then wo havo hail Mr Dotting Mr
Denlng, iloubtlo's a. vpryjuarncd gen
tleman. came heie alt tho way from
Iho Empire or .lupin nt nn expense
or n two thousand dollar Too and hi'
expenses. Our treasury Is low; jvr
can't nfTtird to pty, for liutunrc
Oenrge Smithies a salary
Mr. Kinney: One moment. I think
that is tho limit nnd I object to Hint.
Tho Court. Thero is no evldcnco
hero before tho Court, Mr. I.lghtfoot.
Mr. Kinney. It Is not a matter of
general history, either.
Tho Court. Let us stick to the facts
Mr. Llghtfoot. It Is a fnct or com
mon knowledge Hint It is necessary for
every department of tho Ten Itory of
Hawaii to economize to tho utmost
limit; but wo can send to Japan for
tho valuable scrvltcs of Vroressor
Dcnlng, oven though It costs us 2000
and expenses. And when Sin Dcnlng
comes, whnt have we? What Is the
prlzo packet that we hnvo paid $2000
and expenses ror? lio comes here,
gontlcmen ot the Jury, as nn expert,
doesn't ho? Now, ha.i nn cxpeit any
thing to do with the question ticforo
tho court? Ills business was to trans
late those letters and to .translate
thorn Inuinrtlally. but whnt did ho do?
Ilarely tins Mr. Denlng landed on our
shores thnn ho hies nlmself to Wnl
palm and there harangues tho labor
ers; makes It appear, If you please,
that It U the wish of tho government
or of tho people ot tho Kmplre of Ja
pan that they should go back to work.
"Hero wo find this gentleman, this
expert, coming hero, at tho oxpense of
thoes defendants nnd nt your expense
and my expense, (timing hero with his
mind absolutely miidu up ror n convic
tion before ever lie sets his foot on
our rnlr shores.
"Tho result was to bo oxnected.
Thorn was nhsoluti ly no moro use ror
Professor Denlng In this tnso than a
dog would havo use ror two tails.
"Wo had tho Sheba translations, nnd
I submit to you, guiilemeti or the
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.......o.... . ,,, ,,, , lrcal Jlryi J()U ,U0 ,, 1)()l Uin slti,m
them as men and not as dogs, mid translations and the Denlng transla
pay them tho equivalent or their day's "ons, and I submit that tho Slmba
work; ami that Is comlnir centlemmi (translations mo the better of tlin two.
of tho Jury. A day la coming. When "Kor '""' . Mr. Sheba under
I camo here, nearly 25 years ago on fi?"ds mlr. ,lon,,ltlnn": ll0 understands
all ihn .,lnniiinL . i.L ....... .. things as they nre a gieat deal better
,"", ' , ""'"" "'"" "'"than I'rofessor Dcnlng.
tonmsters were Hawaiian, vorv often !., ,.. (,. .,. ,
tho limns were Hawallans or othor clt- lug In his translation comes across tho
Izens or denizens of tho then Kingdom word 'knnnka'; ho Is writing It out In
of Hawaii; vvhlto men woro hookkpo,, tho Japanese original. 'Kanaka.' eh:
ers, whlto men woro engineers and "mt ,"t'n"l, Jnimnesn; Hint Is tho way
carpenters and blacksmiths; uroiind ,l,l,5r, '"""j of referring to tho Jnpitn-
ovory iduntntlon them uu n,,i '"" '" """ 'eriiinry or Hawaii, anil
sememe, t f r 1,1,. v . " 80 lm "utH down 'kanaka and then
settlement, of citizens. Not so, now, parentheses the equivalent or 'kit-
mit It will be so again; Just as sure nulca,' 'Japanese ' That Is our 12,00u
as day follows night it Is going to be baby. He says ho never heard tne
so again. And I say, gentlemen nf wo"l oklntnma before, and so what
tho Jury, that If tho plantations, by ',00', ho dnT
means or this strlko, aro made to pay ,"."r '-';U!'0 ,,",b' n,,es llllaB0 to tho
for himself, and Iho man enn go to his slr, consul Hi nl. I am Iho expeit
emiiloyer nnd say, whotlier ho bo .lap from Japan; I am the school (em her
nnoBo or vvhelliQi ho bo citizen, "You f'om Japan that camo hero for ?-',000.
singed when we heard what that word
meant, Isn t K? Wo hnvo had to iend
tho stenographer out from time to
time uecnuso or tins urcauiui worn.
Then he came on tho stnud here nnd
told what oklntnma meant, ns told by
Ills Kxcellelicy tho Japanese Consul
tlenornl, by tils Hxtellcncy, the plant
"iln says, 'Oh, this :s Form tiling nw
full This Is unspeakable! I inn
"That Is what we get.
"You saw wo bad our word 'pltlkla,'
Now what does 1'iofcssor Denlng kutiw
about 'plllkla'? AVhy, ne may know
Japaneo and he may know Kngllsb
and he mny know (Troek, ho mnV
know lllndustaiiee, bin, gentlemen o,
he Jury, you may mi your bottnn
lollnr that he does not know Hawaii
in; ho certulnly does not know Iln
n I Ian. Hut wo hiivt cic word 'pill
Ha,' nnd he boldly goes nl It. 'I know
whnt plllkla means?' And he trnns
'ntes It. Now Hint : v.:.nt wo tall li
iho law hearsay.
"People nre not supposed to do thm
sort or thing, but Hint wns done b
our $2,000 buhy, hu -wlklwlkl,' wi
had the llawnllan v.nrd 'wlklwlkl'
Whnt docs I'mfcpanr Denlng do? Doei
ho leave a spate to put it thcto am
say, 'Wlklwlkl? I don't know what
wlklwlkl menus?' No; ho translate!
It. Hu Is a great boy, this J.liOO baby
of ours. Hut wo hnvu him nnd, gen
tlemeii, you have had the bemllt o!
bis learned translations, and when lit
wends bis way bulk to tho land or Hu
Ittsliig Sun, ir bo over does, ho sbal
all reel how much better wo nro; how
much wo have profiled by the testl
moiiy ot the learned gentleman!
"Hut, although we have his $2,00(
or $2,MI0 translations, whnt do wo llnil'i
Wo Had Hint throughout this trial
when Hrnlher Kinney Is referring ti
translations, hu uses the Sheba trans
"All1 Your money nnd mine hnr
been Miunnderid In Ihls way tha
might havo bteu user, fur so ninth I
"The Terrltnry or Hawaii, whet he
it bo tho real Territory nr the powei
behind tho Terrltnry, to-wlt. Hit
I'lnuters' Assnt hitloi., (insiders till
nn Important tnso, nllierwlt.o It woiih
not hnvo laid Itself open In tho t rltl
clsm width It deserves for such un
"You tail see what linportniite tin
Territory ot Hawaii attache h to thb
case when you lonk at Hie unfal
methods pursued by t.lo preset utltii
in this ense. I don l nuau by thai
gentlemen or tho Jury, to do ns .AH
Kinney did yesterday, make nny n
flection upon tho couit. I.nwyers nr(
not supposed to do Cut; It Is nn pnr
of a lawyers duty to relied upon t:n
rulings of tho court 01 even, save th
mark! to mention t:.o rulings or the
court, lenst of all is it tho duty o
counsel when uddrcssMg the Jury tr
say that an order had been slgred b
the Judge of tho tour, and it hnd beei
wroncfullv signed, no not expect mc
lo sny nny thing of tnnt sort. It Is at
least bad rorm ror n lawyer to reter
to the ract Hint tho court's ruling
havo been this way or that way or tlu
other. In tho present case, nnd 1
think Hint I may sa with pilde. be
foro every c rcult Jndgo or the Terrl
tory ot Hawaii nt this time, our Judgei
nro above suspicion. I hnvo held om
view ot questions nnd His Honor liar
held nnother. Ills Honor's say goes,
not mine, nnd It It happens to bo dir
rercnt from mlno, why, I havo to tako
my medicine, haven't I? And I do not
want you gentlemen of mo jury to no
Influenced ono wny or tho othor be
cause the circuit Jutigo trying this
inso hns overruled mo onto or has
sustained nfo once. That bus nothing
whatever to do with tills case, gen
tlemen of tho Jury.
"Now I sny I do not rctor to tho nil
Ings when I spenk or tho methods
adopted by tno prosecution in mis
inse. Uiirortiinutely, i cannot spenk
or somo or tho ncttons or (ho piose
ciitlon In securing this ovldeuto. You
must bo llko tho sailor s parrot.
"Tho sailor was soiling a parrot to
a young lady nnd she snltl, "Jatk, Ir
Kn n n.wwl lt.11n.T1 'Vl'nll (1(1 mil'llnl'
IV ,, UUU .- ...... .... ..... ....
hhvb Jack. 'No. ma'am: I can't sny
as whnt ho Is a gnoc: talker, but ho
Is a beggar to think!'
"Now you inn Hilt:., but wo must
not talk about these not going to
speak about those things; but I rotor
to tho action of counsel In ono pintle
ular. "Now, let's see. (Jcntlomui, don't
wo want to hu men?
"Is there any reason why, because
wo nro eiignged ns Juiors and as coun
sel and ns Judges In r. criminal proso
cntlon tliiit wo should lenvo our man
hood outside or tho court-room door?
"You aro bore ns men, nnd It is be
cnuso you are men Hint wo hnvo.nc
copied you as Jurors 10 try this enso
Now look nt t.ns men; look nt the
actions of tho prosecution with ro
gurd to those letters.
You know tho letters Hint were I
will hnvo to say 'tiiRen", It stkks In
my gullet but I havo in say ll 'taken'
from tho Nlppu JIJI ohlte.
"Those litters nro translated, nrsi
by Mr, Sheba and n;iorward8 by our
$2,000 gentleman (and expenses), and
theie Is presented beroio tho gentle
men of the Jury translations of those
letters, or, rntlier, trnnslntloiig or por
tions ot the letters; they Just selected
the parts of ihoao Setters that woro
dreadful, that they thought was
dreadful, although they mny have been
nerfectlv harmless, and thoy had
those things translated to servo up ns
n delettnblo dish tn you gentlemen
nf tho Jury, nod then by nci Idem, mid
puiely by incident, I dlscoveied (hut
tho Jury, that these things were mark
ed before tho pollco took them Was
there any mention of tho marking?
'Did I'rofessor DeiiMg, when work
Ing out his $2,000, GUI hu say any
thing, 'Tills Is a translation but It Is
crossed out,' or Mr. Slicbn sny, 'I
made n translation of theso letters
but It Is crossed nut?" Not a blessed
word IIkso things nre served up to
urn, hoping Ihntjyou will never ells-
over and that I shall never dlsiuvei
that the very things that were seivid
.p to you vvc re ertissed out by our poo
le lit fore they were 'taken' by Hit
lollce. Is Hint man Mshlon? 1 Ituvi
t to you, g( nth men of tho Jury.
"Wo nil like to play fair, don't we
There uie rume or us, perhaps, Hint
ou't tike to pi ly rnlr, but we shouic
t If net preserve the appearance ol
ilny Ing tho game fairly.
"(iontleinon of tho Jury don't rail
nail these men Into Jr. 1 1 by sue!
leans, You wouldn't like to have c
rlnl of that kind yourselves, wnule'
nn Vnu would nut like to think that
nil were going to be sublet I to slit I
"Again, I uio wo have battled (nun
el rending from documents, ho omit
ha part that doesn't suit him. leudi
ho part Hint does. Is Hint fair? Why
t Is like 'Idling in tho tlliirhes.' thai
s Just whnt It Is. It Is llko liltllni
ilow Iho lit It, Just what It Is Now
entleiucn of the Jury, I want ynu ti
mt your slump or dlsnpinnval on xutl
hlngs as that.
"Again, we hnvo a stipulation ei
end Into In open court Hint we mlglu
ihow In evident c eertnlli articles tha
lad been published In the t'hronltli
he JIJI mid tho Shlnpn, nitliles whlil
is we claim, were ns bad, ir lint worst
linn the ai titles tomplnliied or III till
It tliiu. lleglnnliig In look over Hi
initios ll was round Hint the pint
veie not niarkid and mi the vvltnes
Hied finiii Iho stand nn tho iiudei
itaiullng that we vvtre (n translate tin
tortious on which wo relied, give Hit tl
n nppnslie (ouiistl, and then put then
li evidence, nnd we inme to put then
n evident e. nnd tnutisid wi nt link m
lis stipulation, n thing Hint a lawyo
iuvit t'ois; went Ii.k k on his stlpuln
Ion, and you have not tho benefit o
hat evidence Now I sny, gcnHcmci
hat Is hitting holiiw- the lit It That 1
ilHng In tho (Umbos, and 1 ask o
ignln, 1 sny, to put your stamp nf ilb
pproval on It, betause it Is not full
mil you gentlemen or the Jury vvnul
lot llko )o be tried ill that way.
"tiintlcnHti or tho Jury, this is m
mpoilnnt case In the prosecution I
a nn linpoitnnt (nse In these define
tits. Not only Is tueir propel ty i
nlved, hut tl.clr liberty is Involved; I
t reiki ct guilty by you would dnubt
cts send (best) men to Jnll for n lon
lerloj or time. Their liberty Is ni
'ear to them as yours Is lo you, nut
to submit, gentlemen of tho Jury, thai
heir llbei ty should not bo Jugglei
ivvay became tre Planters' Asr.ocln
Ion want to get them anil put then
t'hero thoy run't do nny harm.
"It Is Important to every Japanes,
a the Territory of Hawaii, Mry lm
"Theer nro 70,000 pairs of ovos
Mitehlng you twelve gentlemen oi
deven gentlemen, for we hnvo n vn
nut thnlr, I nm sorry to sny 7O,00(
valrs of eyes watching your verdict ii
"livery Jnpanese throughout tin
Territory knows that this case is now
?olug to you and they nro looking fin
"(Sentlemen or tho Jury, ns you
mow, wo hnvo had a strike, a strike
'hat bus been peaceable, a strlko you
nay sny, without n single art ot vio
lence. "Wo have had llva or blx thousand
Japanese out on strlko nnd no net of
violence, I shall speak of tho (lllehl
enso afterwards. Theso people have
icon peaceable, und why havo they
been peaceable? Not because they
.v anted lo 'con fist ate the plantations'
jr anything like that, and I really
don't llko to talk nonsense. Not be.
auso they want lo (onflscnte, if ynu
dense, Oaliu plantation and other
olantntlotis, hut lieraute they have n
atprcmo respeet for tho law.
"Theso JnpniibhC. "0.0J0 ns thoy
invo been t ailed; I don't know, I nev
cr havo counted them; 70,000 Japan
eso In tho Terrltnry of Hawaii havo a
respect for tho law, and they believe
that at your hands theso ilefenihints
will get Justice, and their rtspeet foi
tho law will bo Incrensed thereby, it
Is a very Important thing, gentlemen
of tho Jury. I repent, thero hns been
no moro Important criminal rase, nut
side nf capital cases, tried In tho Tit-
rltnry of Hawaii at the present time,
and so I beg your most earnest nlleii
thin. 1 havo thu present iitgtimenl,
and then my mouth Is closed: Mr.
Kinney boxes tho Inst round all liy
himself mid I havo not (ho right to
reply, nnd ho will doubtless reserve
perhaps the most Important part of
his argument to Iho reply which he
will make lo mo, to which I have no
opportunity of answering, and you will
havo to tely upon yourselves, l eaituoi
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PHYSICIAN AND SUR0E0N.
Office with Dr. 0. B. Wood, 160 Bcre
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m 2 to 4
p. m., 7:30 to 8:30 p. m,
Telephone Ofllce 24 j Residence 1400
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