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THK WEEKLY IIIT.0 TKIliUNU. HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, DltCUMHKR it, 1903.
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Port Arthur. Dec. 4. An anti
Christian rising is reported in
Yokohama, Dec. 2. Rear Ad
miral Kvnns' squadron has sailed
Madrid, Dec. 4. The Cabinet
has resigned because of Republican
obstruction in the Cortes.
Washington, Dec. 4. Secretary
Hay today received n formal call
from General Reyes of ColoivWa.
Berlin, Dec. 4. The Rcicbutap
organized today, re-electing Presi
dent Ballestern as its presiding
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Chicago, Dec. 5. Dowiecrcditors
representing $100,000 of indebted
ness, oppose the efforts to lorce
Dowie into bankruptcy, claiming
that he is solvent.
Washington, Dec. 5. President
Roosevelt and Senator Ilauua had
a long and cordial conference at
the White House during the day
over parly affairs.
vSt. Paul, Minn.. Dec. 4. The
Supreme Court of the State handed
down a decision today which de
clares the State sugar bounty law
to be unconstitutional.
Panama, Dec. 5. The signed
Panama treaty, wrapped in Ameri
can nml Cuban llags, was cere
moniously delivered today to
United States Consul Gudger.
Denver, Colo., Dec. 4. Gover
nor Peabody has declared the
Cripple Creek mining district to be
in a state of insurrection. This is
virtually a declaration of marU.tl
London, Dec. 4. The Earl of
Stair is dead. The late Kail of
Stair, a Scottish nobleman, had
reached the age of eighty-four years.
Half a century ago he made a re
cord for himself in the British
House of Commons, but this was
before he became an Karl. For
two years he was the Lord High
Commissioner to the Church of
Washington, Dec. 4. Consider
able stir was created at the Camtol
this morning when Speaker Cannon
ordered labor leader Schulties from
the Speaker's room. Schulties
sought an interview with Camion
which uruiiuatcd with the labor
man's expulsion from the room.
Speaker Cannon, in speaking of the
affair, states that his action was
caused by an insult offered by
London, Dec. 4. The Duke of
Manchester is ill of diabetes. The
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Honolulu, Dec. t. There is re
joicing in the ranks ol the Federal
authorities and United States Dis
trict Attorney Breckons and Mar
shal Hendry wear smiles that be
token triumph The last of n gang '
ol alleged bad men is in the toils;
the impassable bairicrs ol Warden I
Henry's hostelry have closed upon j
the reluctant heels of Nakamur.i
Jusuke, one of the supposed ring
leaders of the organization of evil
so strenuously fought in the past
few weeks by Uncle Sam's local
representatives ol law and order.
Through the reports of the pro
ceedings of the Federal grand jury
and the U. S. District Cotut the
public has been made aware of the
existence of n systematically organ
ized association of Japanese whose
business, it is claimed, was to im
port from their native country wo
men for purpose of shame, to hold
as slaves and to force to lives of
immorality that their masters might
reap the profits.
This society is said to have co:;
spired to protect its members against ,
prosecution by the authorities for I
violations of the Federal statutes,
employing counsel for the purpose
Now the baud is thought to be
broken up and ill is particular com
pany will never again do business
within the Territory. .
U. S. District Attorney Breckons,
whose investigations have resulted
in the wiping out of the society,
stated this morning that the arrest
of Nakamura Jusuke put the last of
the chief rogues behind the bars.
Saul Breckons: "Theie were
originally seventy-three members of
the societj. Thirteen of this num
ber constituted what I m.ij term
the executive committee They
ran the affairs of the organisation,
were its leaders, governors, dnec-'
tors, originators and the ones really
responsible for the conditions fos-'
tered and sought to be perpetuated
by the Society.
"In seeking to break up this or
gnuuation we made it a point to se
cure the leaders, the members of.
"Early in the proceedings two of I
the thirteen fled to Japan. One
was in such a sad state of sickness
when he left Ha wait that he surely
! must be dead by this time. The
other got away before he could be '
"Of the eleven remaining in the
Territory, all of whom were indicted
by the Federal grand jury, wese-,
cured ten. One remained, this Na
kamura Jusuke, perhaps the worst
of the whole bunch and ccrtaitilv
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C. M. COOKE, President.
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his having married Miss Helena
Zimmerman, a wealthy American
girl, two years ago. At that time
the Duke was a bankrupt but the
money of his bride has recently per
mitted him to buy Kulemore Castle,
one of the famous estates of Ireland,
and he also owns two other large
estates. They have one son, Vis
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Cotton is Ktue;.
New York, Dec. 4. Cotton con
tinues to hold the center of atten
tion in financial and speculative
circles. The New York Cotton
Kxchange was the scene of tremen
dous excitement from the opening
hour. Cotton continues to advance
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Liverpool, Dec. 4. Cotton ad
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London, Dec. 5. Negotiations
have begun for an international ad
ministration of Macedonia similar
to that of Crete.
The Island of Crete, a Turkish
dependency, was taken out of the
hands of direct Turkish rule by the I shall
we secured this morning and so we
now have all the ringleaders in IIa-
waii safe behind the prison bars.
Jusuke's captuie meant time and 1
money, lots of both, nnd an unin
terrupted search of the city, a care
ful watching of steamers and con
"Altogether, there are twenty-
five members of the organization m
custody. Those who are at liberty
are the lesser lights, the mere tools
of the supposed leaders now in jail.
They are hardly worth while con
sidering. "Adachi, now in Japan, and
wliose extradition is penning, was
not one of the leaders of whom I
have spoken as the executive committee."
1 lie Japanese 111 custody weie
charged with illegal importation of
women for immoral purposes,
adultery, and similar wrongs against
The authorities are naturally
pleased over the successful gather
ing in and Breckons and Hendry
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foreign relations are determined by
the representatives of the? powers at
their successful work
Conviction, if possible, conies
next, then punishment at the law's
Kxtradition papers are awaited
from Washington for Adachi and
may arrive in the Hongkong Marti
due from San Francisco on Thurs
day next. In that event Marshal
Hendry, if it is decided that he
perlorm the duty, will be
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It is said that Adachi is the only
witness in the case against Attorney
V. M. Urooks in Federal court,
alleged conspiracy to violate a
Federal Statute. If Adachi cannot
be secured the case against Urooks
would necessarily be dismissed.
There is no doubt in the minds of
the Federal authorities, however,
as to the extradition of the one
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