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VOL. XI. NO. 4380.
. 8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY. AUGUST 0, 1C00.-S PACES.
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TARIFF BILL PASSED - CONGRESS ADJOURN!
STRIKERS TO RETURN ON SATURDAY
NO MORE FREE FOOD FOR STRIKERS Pass Tai iff STOPPEO SAMPANS
Munager" Hull of Oahu plantatlun Instance, hnvo lccn replaced by Ha
Milled Oils noon that hp lia.l noticed Unllans and Portuguese, who will
" 1, t-nfntnp.l.
Ii i Rre.it Influx of striking .lipanc6 "
today. Men have been cotnlnt; b.icL
gradually for the last tew weel.i,
and lie now has over four hundrui
Japanese at work on the plant tllon.
Manager Itoss at Alca sn It Is
reported about the plantation that
tlio Japanese of that pioperty will
return to work on Saturday. Some
thing like a hundicd men ai 3 itl
rcady In the Lamps at work.
Among the strikers at' tho Atla
lic.iiliiuir.tcrs a belligerent mood ap
peared to stilt picvall. Some, claim
that they u III go to woik, but not
lit Wnlpahu or Alca.
One of tho facts of tho situation
When tho strikers about AaU
lane were asked whether they would
abide by tho decision of tho dele
gates who passd u resolution last,
night, they responded emphatically
that they would not return to Alca
"We aro not responsible nor aro
we bound by tho resolution of tho
delegates who hiivo been holding
meetings in tha Japanese school In
Nuunnn street," said u number of
tho sti liters. "We aro Just now
holding meetings of our own. That
la, tlio different gangs are assem
bled thU forcuoou to discuss the
Is that Ihero ure sonio men whom strike.
the mnncgrs of these, plantation "Wo havo not been officially no-
rcfusa to tako back under any ton- tided of tho resolution by tho dele-
i-ldenitlon. All tho old Jnpaucu gates. Irrespective of that rcsolu
by ourselves and will report back
tho icsult of our meetings."
"Are not some of those delegates
who voted for and adopted the reso
lution jour delegates?" aeked the
"Of course somo of them are, but
wo do not care to abide by their de
cision without the assuranco of get
ting higher wages In caso wo return
to tho plantations.
"Wo still believe that wo are not
being treated right at tho hands ot
the planters. Wo bellevo it Is best
that they should give us a raiso In
order that every thing may be peace
ful." As tho reporter was leaving the
placo ho saw a large gang ot Jap
anese strikers gathered together In
tho Honolulu Theater, apparently
discussing tho strike.
Owing to the dlffcrcnco ot opinion
WASHINGTON, Auz. S. The
tariff bill was passed by the Senate
today by a vote of forty-seven to
thirty-one. Immediately upon its
passage the bill went to the Presi-
were tnl to meet again this after
noon at 3 o'clock In tho Japanese
school at Nuunnu street to await
theTeports ttom various gangs ot
Judging from the remarks, It ap
pears that there will bo a general
split between tlio delegates and the
No More Food. ,
While the strikers are talking
the commissary department has
closed Its doors. This Indlcatcs'that
the supplies arc ru nout and that
the waiters; siewards and general
helpers will soon be packing their dcnf wno u
things to leave. During the forenoon a resolution
The famous tent under which tho nivicinf; ftc tariff on leather wa
strikers have hccn cnjojlng their wtti by both Houses. Congress
nicnis is wvaruiK uui. iiy oaiuruoj ,. adloumed line die.
It Is expecledthat It will be taken
down. The strikers' emblems which
have been flying will also be hauled
down, and Ihd kauknu-plucc will be I
DIRECTOR OF MINT.
WASHINGTON, Auk. S. A.
Flatt Andrew of Massachusetts hat
been named as director of the mint.
pump men of Oahu plantation, for tlon, we expect to discuss tho Btriko.over tho resolution, tho delegates closed. , Flatt Andrew of Massachusetts 1
, ' -' ' "MMf7MWII"TT"MMgga bn named as director of the ml
STRANGE CASE OF CHINAMAN ARRESTED Passenger
Through tho arrest of Clilng
Hue. a member ot thu CJiTnosu crow on
the Toxan yesterday afternoon by tho
KcdUfl! utilhorlfleH, tho Itisldo work
ings of an Intricate and'glgantlc plot
may bo rcVealcd. Enough has been
learned In connection with thu raso to
warrant tho officials In bclloviug that
u hiiie.iu has been tstnbllshcd In
Chlni with a chain of tonn ttlons In
this and other countries, wheruby a
nefarious trade la carried on In tho
sale of rltlzuuship papers. '
Klin lieu failed to produce a certif
icate bXeltlienshlp to thu customs of
ficials wheli the Toxan reached port,
mid the matter was reported to Unit
ed Slates Dlslilct Attorney Hrcckiins,
Klin who hail a warrant, sworn out for tbo ,cr let get into the United States.
man, V, 8 MurMuil penary trailed It Is generally.
lieu ull over the city, and Anally lautt
ed him. Immcdlntely thu Chinaman
becamo much, ,c,c.l tf U. and .-insisted
Issued to him In 1880.
"It would havo been an Impossibil
ity," said Mr. Hendry, when Inter
viewed, "for tho man Is only about 35
Hack of It, however, Is tho real
story. It has been thu practice ot the
Federal officers In making an arrest of
this kind to get hold of all the papers
possible In tho case, and as a result
at times Chinamen huvo been found
with ccrtlflrflates of rltlzonshlp not
tholr own. liriother words It was ap
parent they had purchased tho papers
through somu person or agency In ord-
known by'tho depart
ment that some secret method Is In
operation by which a Chinese desiring
,to eonio fnto thu Uulted'Statcs secures
a certificate previously issued to an
other man. To do this tho agency
must havo representatives In this
country and on the mainland to secure
theso papers from Chlneso who had
long becomo citizens and about .whom
their was no question.
This system Involves great cunning
and caro, and has been carried on bo
qulotly that tho Federal authorities
have not as yet run the principals to
earth, but aro close on their trailand
when the final roundup Is made It will
cause considerable sensation, for Chin'
eso officials aro said to bo connected
with the HChcmo and men high up In
the affairs of that country, as well as
well known people In thu United
States, - I i
." So It remains In the case of llee.
cither that he onco had a certificate
of citizenship and fold It through a
representative ot tbo bureau, or that
he has, never taken out citizenship pa
pers. Frightened over" his arrest, tho
man ,ntay havo the papers afhd Is sc
crotlug.lhem from the officers.
-At the time of Hcer arrest, Mar-
CAFE TOWN, Aug. 5. The
British steamer Maori foundered to
day at Slang bay. The steamer had
nuuiy'paasenfceri on board, and it it
learea mat mere nas neen terrible
thai Hendry could not locate cither lota of life. Six bodies have been
Commissioner, and he had Judgo Dolo . washed ashore
sign tho warrant as'U. 8. Commission- ,The lUamer Waratah, with threo
er. Tho prisoner was arraigned before I t,,--j ,.ni. Krfl ,,a tZZ.
the U. 8. Court, and his bond fixed at) 5?. ? ,m I""' brand from
$2500. Anlu and Chu Gem signed tho
bond. Tho hearing la scheduled for
this afternoon, and aqme Interesting
disclosures are predicted.
People On Other Islands
Excited Oyer Attempt
On Shetia's Life '
Novvh of .Mori's nltetiiptid assassin,
nlloii (ii Tiiesda) of Bliiba spicnd to
thu other IhIiiiiiIh llku wildfire. Wiro-
Were Printed In Tha
Ycslirili) Ncgorn was an artist and
today ho wus a humorist. Ills vor-
Eiitlllt) Is brought out hotter In crone-
fiVnltilltfitlnn f It n t l 1 1 "At- vttlt I tl t a m
Inua hliuniurnu i nnhiwl Htttiil I.Ar... ' IIIWI HUB
'-"? .-. . ..,.,. vi..i hhown when Kinney followed Light-
the iirrlval of tho steamers and con- r(lot about 11 o'clock In tho oxamlna
tlilinildo excitement and Interest fol- Hon In the conspiracy trial.
(Continued on Page 2) (Continued on Paw 4
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Prices 50c upward.
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Corner Hotel and Fort.St.
A MESSAGnn JJHEBA
Two hundrtd Japanese ih'ntn-
tlon workers on Maul through A. 4
N'cgashl, yesterday askod a rep-
rcsentalivo of tho D u 1 1 o 1 1 n,
that through Us column, '.heir
j-f expression of svmpathy mlkht bo '
convejud to Editor Shelu of the,
f Shlnpo, and to his far.llj; that,
thoy indorso his couraiijiw eni-
f Uirlals In behalf' ot lustlo and
right, and bellevo ho lui dona u
grout work for his coun'j men.
f They wish' at this tlmo o eilcour-
-f ago him by their support and as-
f suro him they havo no sympathy
f for the Higher Wago Association
f methods of securing higher
' -f wages. Tho n u 1 1 o 1 1 n Is glad
I at this tlmo to carry a incn.v-
If breathing with a native lovo 'ifd 4-
manhood that cannot help loach
i-f tho 'man wlffi has Bald hu was
'-f willing to glvoup his llfo foi
principle hu held dearer than ox'
OUn TKUBT DnPAHTMENT 18
VVhUY EQUirrBD TO HANDLE
FIDUCIARY BUSINESS )F KVEUY
KIND, ANP SEEKS APPOINTMENT
AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR,
AND OUAriDIAN, 'ASSIGNEE, REG
ISTRAR, TRANSFER AND FISCAL
AOENT AND AS TRUSTEE FOR IN
DIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS.
MORI CHARGED ' '
Assault With' Dangerous
Weapon Is Charge
Natal, 'it miuinfr.
STEAMER ON BOCKS.
st. davids; Wales, Aug. s.
The steamer lanfrton Orange is
wrecked on the rocks at this place.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden. Aug;. 5.
There are three hundred thousand
strikers out of work in the various
trades. The number is. increasing.
Mori, the man who attempted to
kill Editor Shebn, and who" has been'
held at the police station' for Invea- I
ligation since Tuesday, was this '
mnrnlni fhitrpml timlnr Rjf tlfin
2911 with assault with, a dangerou J ,. A vtM' I'ersUtcnt rumor has 4
i.u i . ii ' takon Bhapo as regards thu much
weapon with Intent to commit ter- ,,, n Kapn land -leal. In
tain felonies 4. 0ffical elrcles loda It was whin-
The penalty attached to the crime peied xhat tho lease of tho South
Is a fine of $1,000, and Imprison- 4 Olihena lauds In thu Kapan Dls-'-f
ment at hard labor for not more jrlct jsvlll shoilly bo ndvnrtlsed,
than ten years ,iy "" Department of Public
lltl In Mnrl'H ras has honn sot t '""'a .a rumor which was nelth-
. .r Ln ? . . has been set , affirmed at bead-
at $5,000, but up to noon there had qartcril, 4.
been no nttempt made by anyono to ttrtnrtn'nttnt:Uttttt$ltn
supply (he, bonds. The would-be from tho outsldei and does not seem
uWrtcd tho Island keeping thu boaU
A rimed over tbo Mori stabbing af
fair In Honolulu on Tuesday last, the sight. It was not long beforo
people on Maul watched with bus- tried to put In near Pain plantatf
plclon two Japaneso sampans pulling, but again they wcru headed off.
Into Kahulul hnrbor jesterdny morn-l So determined are tho piopln oj
Ing. and hen they were close uioukI! on Maul to prevent any strlko agj
to distinguish at least twenty nun in tlon or troublo that sentinels w(
ono and about twelve or fifteen In thu selected and patrolled thu shores I,
other, tho citizens decided they wcro night on the lookout for tho Intrude
strikers and wcro not allowed to land. J About dark what was supposed tol
Ono was a sampan launch, and ono of tho sampans was seen head
towed tho other. The peoplo nnseiu- fur l-nnnl. I
bled on tho dock as tho two boats At the Claudlno pulled nut of. 1
approached, and upon tho attempt of hiilul lmrhc r last uvenlng nt S o'clo;
tho crew to tlo up, thoy wcru told cm- a email steamer was sighted Just I
phatlcally that they could not embark tho cast coast of Ijinal, closet In shoj
on Maul. After considerable, argu- but shu kooii disappeared beforo I,
ment, the sampans withdrew and, Identity Ix-camu known. It vv
Ltsrted around the Island. I thought, however, shu was an Isis
It was evident that the Janauesu ' b-i-il. What shu wan dolnc that clt
were determined to land at somo other I to Ijinal at that tlmo of day, howovi
point, so men on horseback quickly 'was tho strange part of thu Incldcl
STRIKE ENDED RY
Ship Lost RESOLUTION PASSES
slayer Is confined In a special cell
near tlto Sheriff's office and has
nothing to say for himself.
Ho Is being suppllod with fool
to worrx. about his present condl
tldn. So far he has no attorney, an I
he will Hnve to appear before Judgt
A translation of the resolution
passed at last night's meeting of tho
Higher Wage (Association, which pruc
tlcallr declares an end to thu strike.
Is published below, Tho resolution ad
vises the niou to go back to work un
conditionally, but it' Is the evident In-
tonlloh of tho strike leaders to rortiry
the Asruclatlou, and again sotno day
when the tlmo Beeuis ripe, try again.
Section 3 says that the Higher Wage
Association shall have a head offlco In
Honolulu, with branch offices on all
Inlands and plantations. The resolu
tion re ids: '
An Extra of the Nlppu JIJI. Pub
lished AUtf. 4th. at 11 p. rti. Resolu
tion s pasted at a Masting of Delegates
from all tha Islands.
Tho Conference of Delegates from
all the Islands that began Its session
on the 3 1st ult. was brought to n
close at half-past eight this evening,
this being the fifth day It has becu
sitting The twelve resolutions now
published below were passed at this
evening's meeting. In refcrenco to
the one that expresses lack of con
fldenco In Consul General Ujenn, It
has been decided to telegraph to tbjo
Foreign Offlco In Toko, Thu meeting
expressed Its thanks to the Central
Office of tho Higher Wage Consum
mation Society and to the staff of tho
Nlppu JIJI for the valuable services
thoy have rendered in tho movement,
and a resolution was passed which ex
pressed a desire that .the activity hith
erto shown would bo displayed here
after. The mooting expressed Its
thanks to all officers who have sorved
the local Higher Wage Societies In thu
plantations whern strikes havo been
gong on to all bodies established In
rtlpport these Socletlos. to all Innkeep
ers and lodglOghouse keepers whoro
the strikers havo been stopping, and
to Mr. Llghtfoot. the Attorney of tho
Partyt for tho asMdulty, nal and bin-
cerlty which ho has dlsplacd.
1. That In view of thn present gen
erallon situation, suitable measure)
should hu udoptCd for Inducing strlT"
crs to return to work.
2. That this Meeting holds that a
a meansof fulfilling tho responslblll
ties already undertaken, big labour 111
soclatlons Including all workmei
should bo formed on overy Island 01
3. That tho head office of theso as
soclatlons shall ho In Honolulu; but
that branch unices shall bo estab
lished on all Islands and plantations-.
(Continued on Face 4) '
SUGAR SOLD 4.08 '
Market Is Brisk And
Onn CninAtrinn Uttaff
oaiiriaiiuanj nuo ,
Sugar sold on thu Now VorkT, Ex
change this morning at 4 08. .
This Is three iolnts higher than thu
latest quotation of thu Sugar Plant-
rs' Association and shows tho tfjl
ilenc) of the market at the ren(er of
things It followed nil ndvauco is
lerday afternoon In beets to 10s. OVid ,
parity 4.18. w
One of thu best authorities on tho
New York market has recent I) writ
ten In a' private loiter that parity with
thu London market Is expected inuring
August, which means that If uxpectn
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Hotel near Union.
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Telephone! 361. . .
S.S. Hilonian, July 10
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