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OF REBELS ON
(Aorlal'''! I'liui Cabin)
CALtXICO, Mex., Apr. A Stanley
Williams, leader of a rebel band of
tixty Americanst is raiding the Amer
tnn nineties of Lower California. Cu
daby. the Chicago packer, and Otis,
who havo suffered darriage, have ap
pealed for aid.
OF JAPAN SETTLED
(Spt-clnl Hn it t in db) )
TOKIO, Japan, Apr. 7. Premier
Kalnura, in on address to the bankers
of Japan, today declared that there
will be no change in the financial pol
icy of the government. Increased tax
ation or foreign loans will be unneces
sary. PASSENGERS TAKEN
FROM VESSEL ASHORE
NEW YORK, N. Y., Apr. 7. The
nnaitniir nf 111 ttamliln Prlnrfttttt
Irne, which vvnt nthore on fft re ls
land, are being transferred to boats
for relief. I
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NEW YORK, N. Y., Apr. 7. Passen
fiers from the grounded steamship
Princess Irene, to the number of 1720,
went transferred to the Prinz Fred
ericli today i
A NOTABLE FLIGHT
GTUTTGACT, Ger., Apr. 7. -Count
Zeppelin, the noted aviator, today flew
in a dirigible bulloon from Fredrich
nfen. circled the palace and dropped
congratulations to the king upon his
"silver wedding" day.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 7. Sen
ator T. S. Martin has bcon made mi
nority leader in the 8enate. Ho is from
Vinjinla, and his term will expire in
FIFTY MINERS CUT
OFF BY SUDDEN FIRE
SCRANTON, Pa, Apr. 7- -More than
fifty miners were entombed here to
day, when fire broke out along the
upper levels of a mine and cut olf ac
cess to the surface.
AS TO LEPERS
, thiiriiiii;li, lengthy statement wns
ni.-iili- In tin- House tnilny liy Km health
mill pullet- committee, of which J. II.
I'nnoy of Kiiutil in rlmlriitun, rcgurd
llit! Iho l.-KlHlnt l Inspection of tin)
li'liir settlement lit Muliikiil mill Uh ru-
Hllltl, (till llc.-llH Of till' Settlement. Ilf
llio Knllhl receiving Ktutlou, inn) other
pnh'.o buildings iiiuli'i' lln' general xii
im r Irion of lliu Legislature Tim re
port l.-lts of conditions mill needs nt
I In- J.ill, Insiino iisylinn, Knllhl lioyH'
hoinii iiml girls' liiiini'.
Tim report takcH up III ilclnll Ilic ro-i-i
nt trip In lh leper settlement, c.nii
pl.lllltH of llio residents, u full htllto
nii'iit of prices charged nt the stores,
mid oxplnimtlnn of miy cause for coiu-pl-ilnt.
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'X nf tlio Territory." Falil (lovcrnor JS
:: I'ronr tills liiorilltig. "II liua boon JS
Jt Hlmwn tlinl limy nrn proparoil to JS
tt ki lo miiv If'iiKlIm In their work tt
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tt oriiinoiit to nip tliPlr adlvltlcs In tt
tt the hud." tt
SS fiiivoriiiir .'roar platoil that llio tt
tt niiilili'ini had not Ik'oii hnuiKht II
SS lii'foro him nllliinllv hut had been SS
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Steamship Waits To Take
More Laborers To Alaska
MEN AND BOYS LEAVE FIELDS FOR SHIP
Herded Aboard Schooner and Taken Out
To Waiting Vessel
(Special Hull ct In Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 7. The laborers who have
arrived here on steamers from Honolulu, recruited by the
Alaska Packers' Association, today demanded an increase
of wages to (jo to Alaska. The contractors refused the in
crease. The laborers are deserting hourly.
The following cablegram was received by the Planters' Assocla- 'V
tion from Hind, Rolph &. Co., at San Francisco, shortly' before noon 'v
today, showing that the laborers taken from Hawaii on the Korea ''
and Wllhelmlna are deserting the recruiters at San Francisco and oro '?
anxious to return to Hawaii. ''-'
' The cablegram reads as follows: '!'
! TO PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION, HONOLULU! '!
LADOR WILHELMINA AND KOREA DISPERSED. ADOUT
ONE HUNDRED WILL RETURN IF YOU PAY PASSAOE. -
! HIND-ROLPH. !
Reports reached the citv shortly be
fore 3 o'clock this afternoon that the
agents of the Alaska Packers' Associa
tion would try to get laborers out to
the steamship Senator from Peart
Harbor. It is reported that about 300
Filipinos, Portuguese, Porto Ricans
and Hawaiians are to be assembled at
Pearl Harbor and taken from there in
launches out to the Senator, It Is cer
tain that another attempt is to be
made tonight to get the laborers away
from Honolulu unless the plans of the
recruiters are foiled.
From the best information obtain
able, about 150 men and boys were put
on board the Senator last night, one
trip being made early this morning to
get a few stragglers on the steamer.
Willi Ihe Benalor w.iithiK o(T purl
to take nway,innio emlsraiitH, follow
Iiik a tuidilcu raid made hy the Ala
kan Packers' Association last iiIkIiI
tho labor situation today Is an nciile
oiu. It Is liellrvcd that the Senator
will mil leme the Islands until shn
Is tilled with human fielnlit dentin,', I
for Ihe canneries of Alaska.
The ilcwlopmcnls of last nlKhl
weie the most net hum to date. Hhort
1) tiller nlnht tall, more Mian a luwi-
died men ami hoys, gathered at the
lint street wharf hy lYimk II. CrulK,
Iho lerrulter, ami Ills iikpiiIs. were
horded aboard the schooner Uoneifrd,
owned hy Ihe Miller SiiIvukii Com
pany, ami the company's laiimdi tow
ed the schooner out of Iho harbor.
The Senator ln.il lert Iho harhur at l After a fiivorable report on the
oV'lot'k In the artenioon and was wait-; hchool hill had been made yesterday
liiK I" lake Ihe laborers aboard. Theyi afternoon In Iho llouso by llio educa
weie put on hoard hy the Coneoril and1 Hon committee, Iho hill did not come
are still Ilium, while Iho Senaloi ! up for Hili'd readliiK today after all.
waits for more. 'instead. It will ;o mer until Monday.
In the afternoon Ciali; had made n The explanation for this iikuIu hy
huri led automobile trip lulu Iho conn-
Iry collccllniT Klllplinu, Hawaiians
and anyone eh-o ho could get for his
carKii "f workers, lie was pursued
by olllcers ami representatives of lliu
nniium- Association wiiii a warrant,
ror his arrest for violutlne llio unil -
Al Iho dock, where the laborers
were lielni; taken aboard tho rclioou-
or, era IB was not arresieii. me ihiiicd
Mtying Hint ho wiih not seen.
A feature of the raid last night Is
Dial dipt. Miller or Ihe Miller Salvago
Company delled the efl'nits of Iho po
lice lo stop him declaring Ihat ho
wns wllhlu his rights.
Captain Miller Gives HU Side.
"I am acting enlliely within my own
rights III this mailer,'' declared Cap -
lain KriMlPrl.'k Millet HiIk tnornliiK '
liu stood oil tho iIppU of llio ktuainu:
.laiiiPH Makpp uvvailliiK Hi" anival o
llio i'1'prcspiilatlvpn nf the Alankat
I'arkprM' AMKoolallon who woro tc
maku a linn It'll trip to alio mIpuiiihIiIi
"I h.'iM! u llcol of launches ami Kail
Iiik vi'Hsi'lM. Thoy inn for lilro. 1
would have itlailly let them to the Ha
waiian Kucar I'laiiti'iH' AitKiK'latlor
hail lliey made an effort to teciir
"('rule came to mo the find of tin
week with the Inipilry uh lo the Minn
her of veHselH I had In poiihiiImiIoii.
told him that at prpsonl time I lint.
four that could ho iikpiI. Ho xtaleil
that he wanted to eiinai4 my fleet
for Homo time, perhaps u week or
"Von ean liuiu them provhleil yon
how mu that you have the money to
pay the hill," Mated Captain Miller.
"Ciali; at once made u imhstautlal
deposit of miuiiy ami I was orderoil
to have the throe power craft ami
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UP ON MONDAY
the Hoiimj members. Is that It Is con-
slderod best to wall until Iho lax bill
has been settled. Tho lliianro com-
mlHco will wieslle wllh llio tax urn
Idem this afternoon, ami hopes to net
it llnlsheil by tomorrow,
l It Is slated thut tlio commllteo wlsli-
oh to setllo the tax rate liuforo hrliiK-
lug up tlio hchool lilll, and that llio
two will go tiiKcllior to third reading
Monday. Representative Williamson,
at wlioyu request the school hill was
deferied, said this morning:
"I am In fawn- of the school hill an I
merely want lo settle tho tux hill so
that it will not he forced by tho pab
sage of Iho school hill llrsl. It Is al
ready apparent that lo take euro of
i the schools Iho tax rate will have lo
go oue-aml-oue-rourth to bo on tlio
, safe side."
Police officers left the city
o'clcck this afternoon to patrol
Pearl Harbor country. Meanwhile, Cap-1 City and County law came up for
I third reudliiB. And when It was over,
lain Miller has taken about twenty (10 a,v wu9 amended In such a way
more laborers out to the Senator. One' at after January 1. 1913, Urn an
, . polnllvo power of the mayor of Ho
of Craig's assistants was arretted by liolnlu may be knocked out by action
Chief McDuffie for breaking the emi
AND ROSE GAY;
Mr KlniK of the linn of Kinney,
ilallou, 1'iiisM-r & Anderson, beliik.' in
terviewed us lo tin- occurrence of yes
terday evening in connection Willi the
lahor-recrullliiK troubles, made the
About 4 oVlo,k the leading sugar
ouses. nndcr my advice, sent .Slu-rtrf
urretl u letter al In iiliout the stuno
inguage. a copy of one of which Is
"April 0, I'JII.
Mr. W. 1'. Jurn-tt. .Sheriff, City mid
County of Honolulu, Honolulu.
"Ucur Sir: TJie K. M. Senator, as
wo a ru liifornii'd, has nrriei-,1 In tin
port of Honolulu for lh purpose of
.viil,.lrufliur b.l,or from 111.. T.rrltorv
or employment alirond, and the pre
iimplloii .Is that Mi-ps are now being
'iikcu to sis.'111-h labor for this Mcuuier
Von will note that both the uttorney-giiu-ral
and the county attorney for
tlit'idty "ml comity of Honolulu Imvo
ruled Hint the T.-irllorlal license here
tofore grunted to a .Mr Craig mid n
Mr. Owiwn. are III, Kill mid told, and
tho result of that Is that there are
today no valid 11,-cusi-h Issued uutlior-
llzug the conduct of Ihe liusmess or mi
emigrant agent in this Territory, and
therefore any recruiting of labor or
any act constituting Ihe business or
mi emigrant agent al tills time on tho
part of anyone Is eontrsry to law.
whether the labor so alfecti-d Is under
employment or not
The llnunelal loss Hint will result
to Hie plantations "ii tills Island by
further deiilctlng lludr supply of labor
Is likely lo In, very serious, nod under
do not know along what lines these
people are working iJibor may lm re
moved from Ihe city secretly nt night
or from the plantations by night. La
borers may be taken overturn! from
the plantations to Honolulu or hy sea.
It Is Impossible for us lo anticipate
Just what move will lie made. Under
these circumstances we believe that It
Is your duty to s.e Ihat Iho entire
police force under jour charge are on
the alert all along Ihe lino and Ihat
any movement among the laborers on
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FOR SALE Palolo Hill
JOSE J. DIAS
Bishop St., below King St. Phone 3448
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the law and lb.- police department IIK tuiuurrow and will bo given the 'made by the Legislature. The allow 1 ..r. p.,.i,ii ,i.llle.i
ugnlusl uny violation or Iho law which rght of way. nnco of iinauthorUed expenditures, and1 llnnVcoim, . i e 1 l,v wives or
stands bilween the companies we rep- c'areless luetliodH of departmental ' especially such lis are expressly pro-1 Vimit-iion. Strict r
,-i.senl mid the losses that ure threat- ems the Territorial government, hlblted by act or the Legislature, will, .VJ , i,.,i,i,,T ih nnmher
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I'lreworks were let looso In the
llouue this mornlnir and the hottest
hour of tho session started when 1C. A.
C Look's bill ameudliiB tlio present
oi tne uoaru oi Hiipervisors.
This Is the hill that wns under con
sideration yesterday when the Oahu
delegation held Us caucus, And this
tnornliiK Ihe delegation stood together
on every point, except Kd. Fernandez
who was not at Ihe caucus yesterday
and staled today that ho voted ugulust
the delegation on one tKiitit merely
because hu did not fully understand
lmg'H bill Is brier. It gives tho
inayflr llio iippoliitlvV power", "wllII thB
approval of the Hoard of Supervisors,
for all olllcers "whoso election or ap
IMilnlmenl Is not otherwise sHclally
provided for In this charter or hy or
mat utile word ordinance" caus
ed all the trouble. It changes tho
pioMjnt prolsloiiH from "law" to
"oidlnaiiro," so that tho effect la lo
ghe the supervisors the right to
change the appointive power by pos
A motion to label tho hill did lint
carry, only three votes being record
ed for It, of whlrh l'ernamler. of Oahu
was one. lie explained afterward
,,,. lhH wa8 calI10 ll0 ,,,,, nnt f1y
understand tho. bill's provlsloim or nc-
t,, ()r .i,0 caucus vestentav
" "' ' .",' I, ir, i n
Speaker Hols eln left his throno,
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ershlp to the sack-coat of more Houso
membership, called Illce to take tho!
chair, and went down on tho floor objection lo Iho hill as amendid. Ihe
the House to light the measure,
I uociareii in.-u it is the. same
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' l'er mui was preseiiieu lo uie
House early lu Iho session a slop to-
LOAN BILL APPROVED IN
SENATE CARRYING $2,995,240
FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS
The appropriation and loan tillls
were passed lu the Senate on second'
reailtug this morning, the loan bill
I carrying the sum of KVJ!i:..it0 ror pub -
this morning In a report on claims and
unpaid bills presented by the ways and
The old claim or Ihe I llio l'.lectrlo
Light Company Is dealt with lit length,
the claim of $1(17.77 being reduced to
The criticism directed at the Depart
ment of Public Works Is as follows:
"In this connection also. Ihe coin
mlltee ol, tallied from the Illln llloc
trie Co., Ltd., mi llemlz.vl bill or par
tlculars, dated March 28, 1911,
Items Incurred from December
1902, to April 30, 1905, both days In-
elusive a total or claims amounting
to (.147.30. Among the Items making,
up this Ir.tal of 11147.30 Is a claim for
S247 70, under dale April 30, 1905. Ill
moil. Ihat same claim was nut In un
of March 31, 1903 The committee h bill, passed third reading wllh u full. Hint has been riding at anchor nut
Informed Hint the bill of particulars vote. I side tho harbor since Wednesday. Tho
submitted Is u correct abstract of Ihn1 House Hill No. J3S, providing a; Witdilon has -1500 tons coal for tho
nccouiits shown by the books of thn closed season Tor mullet, passed with a Intur-lsland Steam Navigation Coni
llllo Ulectrlc Light "Co., Ltd. ir so, roll vole. pany.
ward "machine rule" and beaten In
n strenuous meeting In eominlttee-of-Ihc-wliolo.
Ho termed the hill a "nig
ger In llio wood-pile" measure, and
ended with n motion to xstone Ihe
ARonso followed Holsleln with a
speech against the bill Him "Tho
people of this city elected tho pres
ent mayor, and tlio time has not conic
to shear him of these ixiwers," lie
said "The lime may come however,"
and he offered an amendment to ninko
tho law take effect on January 1,
1913. Ilolstcln seconded the amend
ment, and Uiug Introducer of the hill,
rose lo declaro thai he had no objec
tion to the auieiidmvnt. The Oahu
delegation In fact voted for Iho
amendment and there was no opisisi
tinu lo Its adoption.
Long made a waim specrh in favor
of tho bill, declaring that there was
no Intention to pull Ihe wool over the
eyes of the legislature. 'This mea
sure does not take one Iota of pow
er away from (ho mayor," he sahj.
"When I introduced the law I sup
plied Ihe mayor with a copy, and told
him of the change." ho said. "Tho
change Is that when a contingency
arises again, as It has nrlt-eu, Ihe
Supervisors may remedy It by ordin
ance. It Is a protection against In
" "I have no Intention of m-iivldlnc
for a rond supervisor hy Introducing
nils bill," he continued. He moved
die pnssago or tho bill.
, !" " '' "'n. ono or tlio
E!' "l c ." ' " V"': " n, "''
. " "lc"llM-r ..r "" al111 dc'0
' ' i?"""1 I,'t "'l8 "I'POrtunlty
without resoullng the linpon
Hep. Williamson, olio of tho ipilel-
I .... . . .,..
cast uy mo gentleman from tho first
district," meaning llolsteln
The n.iliu didni-.m,,,, ,',t,. ,, i,
, . , , . . lt.-l? Ifll H.K1IK Ull tllllll
Cliangeto go Into effect In 1913, and; America. Including Hawaii.
,. .".,, , " "
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"eseii uemg excuse, anil .MnKcKau
and Sheldon absent, ami Mo.insnli
voting against It.
then there Is evidence of very careless
accounting on Ihe part of thu said
company, and the Department or I'uti-
liu Works should bo severclv censured
1 for permitting subordinates und repre-
olllclal lu liandht ut will."
, Third Readings.
Senate Hill No. 113, turning liquor
license, receipts over to the counties.
' passed with one dissenting vote, that
of Senator Cecil Hrowii.
Semite Hill No. 41, appropriating 13.
000 for Ihe relief of persons discharged
from the settlement, passed wllh u full
Senate Hill No &9, proWdlng licenses
for the manufacture or rood products,
passed third rending with a roll vote.
House Hill No. 2:0, making udditlon-
ul appropriation for tho Hoys' Indus-1
trial School, passed with n mil vote.
House Hill No. 191, exempting sisal,
rubber and cotton lands from taxation.
passed with it full vote.
House' Hill No 150. the nure food
Special Commission Named
By Coiuircss Makes Chil
ling Report. '
Congress has just received a repo't
on Immigration from a special com
mission which shows clearly tho un
wise iKisltlon of those wjio nro shone
lug for u modification of the Chinese
exclusion law nt this lime. It shows
also that agitation for the admittance
of Chinese to Hawaii now serioiuly
Imperils the Territory's own posit inn
with regard nut only to l-'illplno but
to European labor in well.
The report of tho commission tins
reached Haw-all and has aroused n t
only great Interest but snme appre
hension, for It points to a possible
tightening of the Immigration res
trictions by Congress lit tho next ses
sion. The 11 ii 1 1 e 1 1 n yestPrday made In
quiry a( the Territorial Hoard of Im
migration as t ntho ;ent and Its pro
bable effect, and In leply Dr. Victor
S. Clark said:
"It seems to me -Ihat to IipcIm aul
tatlou ror the admittance hero of any
class of Ortentnls will weaken tho po
sition of tho Territory In opposing tho
passage of legislation al Washington
In tho near future that Is likely lo
Interfere wllh the work of hrluglns
Kiiropciins Into tho Terrltur).
"It will be recalled that In lfn7 n
bill nearly passed Congress requiting;
that all Immigrants should be aide m
read mid write, greatly Increasing ""
he.ul-liix, and requiring that every
adult male admitted lo the Dulled
Stales should have at least $!!! in hU.
possession. The opjioncnls of iheso
restrictive measures secureil n pmt
pouement of action ami the npixdni
menl of an Immigration commlssiim
of (wo Republican and one Deinnca
tlc senators, two Republican' and nno
Democratic houso members, ninl ihn o
economists not members of CongTess.
"This commission has just made lu
repoit, and It Is extreme!) probable
that Its recommendations will be om
kiillcd In tho near future In a h,H
Bieatly restricting nil Immlgiaii-Mi in
illlH-'UCU, IIIIIUUIU liu,
What Commission Says
TIipso recommendations nro-
1. That tho general policy adpte.
hy Congress In 1882 of excluding 'h!
ncsc laborers chould be continue I
2. Japanese, and Korean liming.. i
tlon should bo permitted to . t .nd
without further legislation so long ui
tho present method of restilciiuu
through treaty proves effective
3. An agreement with Great Bri
tain to exclude ICast Indian laborers
from tlio United States.,
"Tlio foregoing recommendations
cover Asiatic labor.
"Tho following important recom
mendations, however, dlicctly ntfect
Kuropenn Immigration to Hawaii.
"A. Tlio exclusion of thorn unablo
In read or wilte lu soma language.
"II. Limiting ihe number of each
rnco arriving each ear to a certain
percentage of Iho uvcrago of Hint race
.arriving tor a given period or jo.vrs.
nils meaiiH allowing only n cortntn
'Ii The material Increase In tho
ninoiint of money required to be In
Iho possession of each Immigrant up
"K. Tho material Increase of tho
"fll Levy of tho head-tax: so as to
make a marked discrimination In fav
or of men wii families.
"Of theso various recommendations
(Continued on Page 4)
Tho Norwegian steamor Jotlinu Is
in carry mail for Australian pons
Tho vessel Is to sail ut ten o'clock
tomorrow morning. The shipment or
four thousand tons coal lias been dis
charged nml tho vessel will leuvo tho
Inter-Island coal hunkers lo mako
way for the Hrltlsh sleamcr Wnddon
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