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, Every day, In the stores, there art
special and particular selling events, ' ;
' runs and drives on special goods, I ,
buying chances of real Interest I
' Om- AND ONLY THOSE WHO
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, IN TOUCH WITH THESE THINGS. '
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Vol. XVIII No. 3273
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HA WAIL FRIDAY JANUARY 5. 190(5
PkIOB 6 i K7JTS
REVENGEFUL FIEND ADMITS HIS AWFUL GUILT
H VTH TV
Making Studious Tour Of
WHITE MAN'S WORLD
CHINESE COMMISSIONERS PASS THROUGH
. Starting on a tour of tho United
State's and' Europe to last perhaps
mora than a year, the two Chinese
Commissioners and rotlnuo, to study
tho political system of tho different
countries and other matters that ma)
to used to advantage In tho advance
ment of China and her people, are be
ing entertained by Consul Chang Tso
''Kan today. After being escorted from.
the.Hackfeld wharf, whero the Sibe
ria 'arrived this morning, tho party
was taken to the Cblnoio Consulate,
at the corner of Victoria and Younj
streets, where an Informal reception
was held. Later a call was made upon
Governor Carter, the Commissioners
and tho others going from thero to tho
Chlneso United Boclcty and shortly be
foro 1 o'clock returning to the Consul's
dome, where lunch was served.
Tho dignitaries are H. E. Tuan Fang
II, 1. C. M.'s High Commissioner, and
11. E. Tal Hlng Chi, II. I. C: M.'s Hub
Commissioner. Thoso of tho party an
Mrs. Lum-Sheo, Geo Hlng, Tong
Tung Shu, Tsung 8hla Ling, Kwnn
Mln Chun. Fung Chung Kuang, Sao-Ko
A. Sic, Y. A. Sio. I.uh Chung Yu.
OFFERED BY KUHIO
COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS OF DELEGATE
Washington, D. C, Dec. IS, 1905.
Editor of the Bulletin: Consulta
tions with members of Congress In re
gard to my bill for setting apart seventy-five
per cent of the Federal rev
enues from Hawaii for the local expend
iture, have formed the most Important
part of our work for the past week.
Tho question of what form the bill
should takb has been carefully go no
over with Chairman Hamilton, who Is,
Henr Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers. -
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
Gmct Clothes for Men
urna i,iuuki jui j-Kuy,
Kouau Chung Ping, Kwan King Lun,
Kwang 1'no Lun, Muk Hung Chun,
Lung Klen Chang, Wong Ye, Wong
Kung Ko. Wu Kuang Klcn, Tong Wo
Yuen, Woo Chin Shun, Chen Hnnn
Chang, Szo Kwdk Bun, Sio Yu, Chen
,Ke, Tso Hok Yin, Ltn Yo Tseng, Liu
I Ku Yen, Kin Ting, Tsal le, Sho Chlng
,Ko, Yao Kwan Shuns, Low Liang Kl
cn, Pan Lun Sin, Tien Woo . Chao,
Kuang Yu, Yo Chan Chu, Tang Tain,
Chu Lun, Chen Yo, Liang Chi Sin,
Tong Nan, Wong Pao Sum, Ow Yang
Yuk, King Huan Chang, Wong Chun
Chao, Y. O. Tong, Wan Ding Chung,
Chan Sin Can, L, Y. Sze, Yoo Chu
nang Om, Hok Wan Liang, Hlsla Ming
Ko, Tal Churg Chi, Jcu Hong Nle,,Kno
.Burn Klcn, Oucl Tie King,
j Tho distinguished guests of Hawaii
today wcro received at tho wharf by
Colonel Soper, Captain Hoso and
Lieutenant Cummins of Jtho National
Guard; LI Cheung, secretary to the
'Consul, tho Chlneso merchants of Ho
nolulu, and tho school children from
Iho different Institutions. As tho
Commissioners camo down tho gang
plank tho children waved hundreds of
(Continued on Page 4.)
again at the head of tho Committee- on
Territories, and with Senator Forakcr
They all approved the brief form,
general In terms, submitted to them,
and tho bill as Introduced on Friday
Is an alteration -of but thrco minor
words from the first draft.
Senator Foraker, when seen on Fri
day, expressed himself as strongly In
favor of this measure and he will In
troduce an Identical measure In the
Senate as soon as tho House bill Is
reported out of Committee.
An Important tactical movo on this
measure was favorably gained on Fri
day when I secured from the House
(Continued on Page 6)
For equal or more money no
rain coat is as good as those
bearing this label
Their beauty and all-round
superiority has made them
the choice of all men
$18,00 to $26.00
For sale only by
The Kasli Company.
I LIMITED' AGENT?
MAKERS NEW yRK
Hllo, Jan. 2. P. I). McStockcr, rep
resenting J. 1). Castlo and tho Molo
Mn farmers who dcslro to settle In
Hawaii, mado a hurried trip to Hllo
list week to see Manager Ross of the
Hakalau Plantation with a view of a
posslblo settlement by the Kusslans of
the Kalwtkl-Wallea lands soon to be
opened for homesteads. Tho land In
question, which comprises 1800 acres
of arable land, Is at present under
Icaso to tho Hakalau plantation. Tho
lease, will expire Juno IS, 1900, and
Mr. McStocker's visit was for the pur
pose of entering Into some arrange
ment with the plantation regarding
planting and grinding contracts.
Manager Itoss was favorably dispos
ed to th.o movement, which would In
sure a permanent laboring class for
bis plantation, but referred Mr. Mc
Stockcr to tho directors or tho com
pany In respect to any special conces
sions which moy be desired., While,
not accomplishing Hip purposo of his
mission. Mr. McStockcr returned with
friendly assurances of assistance, and
11 Is understood the matter will be
tnken up with tho directors cither In
Honolulu or upon Mr. Castles visit to
Ban Francisco wl'hln a few weeks.
Mr. McStockcr stated that tho nego
tiations for the settlement of tho Ka
paa lands on Kauai by tho Kusslans
bad not fallen through, the only diffi
culty being a hitch In working out tho
details or tho scheme. The tiakaiau
settlement proposition will bo a dis
tinct project. Hllo Tribune.
'The Chinese Commissioners asked
mo to thank the pedple here for tho
good reception they had been given,"
said dovcrnor Carter this afternoon.
"They said Hawaii was a very beauti
"Tho Commissioners stated that they
were making the trip to Investigate.
They regretted that they had only such
a short stay here, and asked that wo
furnish them with departmental re
ports, copies of our laws and legislative
proceedings and so forth.
"These are the documents we are go
ing to give them," said the Governor,
pointing to a massive pile of books
"Do you think they will ever read
all that?" asked the reporter.
"Oh, no," said the Governor. "They
have clerks or secretaries to do that.
Thero were three or four with them,
who spoke excellent English. I expect
that a Territory or State Is assigned to
ono of these. He goes through the doc.
uments and makes a synopsis of them,
which he gives the commissioners."
Stelnor, of curio fame, has' just re
ceived a long letter from M. F. Stelzer,
1813 Lowe avenue, Chicago, asking for
Hawaiian postal cards and' concluding
is follows: "I have heard much or na
n-all. I believe your little Island would
be well worth visiting. I am 23 ycdTs
pld. I am soon going to be married
and when I'm married I hope to go to
Honolulu on my honeymoon. Ha, hal
Ha, hal Ha, ha!"
Tho schooner Ada will return noxl
week to her old run between Honolulu
nnd I.alialna, leaving this port over?
The woman who buys a pair of shoes
thinks that anything will do In a pinch.
A Word To
Managed by an Alert Board of
Wide awake and progressive. Lib
eral, though, withal, conservative. AL
In that day when you need advice
relative to the Investment of money,
the management of an estate, collec
tlon of rents, etc., etc., kindly remenv
Trust Co., Ltd
rort Street, Honolulu
JOHN SON CONFESSES
In Presence Of Police
TO WAI ALU A MURDER
KILLED BABY WHARTON FOR REVENGE
The Walalua baby murderer has con
fessed. Frank Johnson, who has for years,
off and on, lived with the family of
Henry Wharton, of Walalua, this morn
ing admitted to County Sheriff A. M.j
Drown Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox and
Detective Doylo that ho billed little
three-year-old Seaman Wharton on'
Wednesday last and that he cut the,
body Into pieces.
Johnson declares that be committed'
thbe crime for revenge on the mother
of the child. He statos that he had a
row with Mrs. Aana Wharton, about
Christmas time, as appears further In
this account. Ho says that the quarrel
was over liquor. The murdered child's
mother would not send out for liquor
for him, icfuslng to have drinking in
Johnson was a reeled Wednesday af
ternoon by Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox
of Walalua at the homo of tho What
tons, whither he 'had gone to evade
suspicion, after doing tho baby to death
nnd dissecting tho body with a pen
knife In a tonoly spot near a cano Held
not far from .the little one's home.
Johnson had even pretended to hclu
In the search for the missing child, all
tho while bearing under his buttoued
coat a shirt stained with tho blood of
Sheriff Brown and Dttcctive Doyh
went down to Walalua yesterday morn
ing to investigate tho matter, Johnsoa
thin declared his lnnoceuce.
About half past -nine o'clock this
morning the closely guarded prisonc
Ir. the Walalua Jail, confronted by the
Sheriff, Cox and Doyle, broke down
.after a terrible night, nnd mado a full
konicsaion or me iieutin xrime, nuu
when asked why ho had been guilty of
suchin atrocious deed, he replied that
Uie mother of the baby had made him
very nngry and he wanted to get even
With her; that he did it for revenge.
The prisoner will be brought to Hiv
uolulu.on this evening's train.
Great credit Is due tho police foi
their prompt action In this matter.
The self-confessed murder will bs
speedily brought to trial. I
The awful details of the crime and
Its detection appear herewith very fuV
ly, contained In Interviews with the
father of the slaughtered Innocent, Mr. .
Henry Wharton, Dr. Hubert Wood,
whose story reads like a horrid fiction
and yet Is all too true; tho Couuty
Sheriff and Crlmlnalogtst Chester
uoyie. a uuuetin reporter went to
Walalua last night to obtain these in
terviews and they relate the fearful
story, a story unequaled In the crim
inal history of Hawaii for Its grucsomt
Dr. Wood's Story.
Dr. Hubert Wood was summoned to
the spot, where lay tho little butcher
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11 3 H HIS
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co, ro
eclved cable advices this morning that
raw sugar sold In New York for 3J
vents. It Is not known that this will
nllcct the basis of Hawaiian sugar ot
the contract requires that at least 00
Ions be sold In order to avail of Var
New York price.
Order a bunch at tho WELLS FAR.
GO office for tho 8. 8. Alameda, dus
to sail for the Coast orvJan. 3d.
BUY A RONEO
A RONEO Is a copying machlno that does the work of a print
ing press. It Is Indispensable to every professional and business of.
It will produce from ono handwritten or typewritten original, up
to as many as 5,000 copies of any slzo, from a postcard to a sheet of
brief and every copy will have tho exact appearance of tho original,
and automatically register the number of copies printed.
Come and let us show you this wonderful little machine.
It Is warranted for ten years and tho price Is $05.00.
J. A. M, JOHNSON CO., LTD.,
931 FORT 8TREET.
Washington. D. C. Dec. 25.
Editor Evening Ilullctin: Upon tho
cabled Inquiry of the Merchants' As
sociation In regard to a later date for
tho hearing on my apportionment bill,
I took the matter up with Chairman
Hamilton, and found that the State
lined and Alaslun matters could easily
occupy the commltteo's tlmo during
IJy accepting the date of February
flitt for our hearing, we should bo able
to secure uninterrupted consideration
of tho measure; which Is nlways to be
ucslrcd when Here Is any doubt us to
'The election contest caso Is already
set for January 10th. and this arrange-)
mrui win prcTcui any conmci u
dates on the two matters.
The action of the President In rei-om-!
minding that a portion of the Hawaii-1
tin revenues be set aside for local ex.
pendlturo was a matter of much grail
Ideation to me, both because It Is what
Hawaii should have, add also because
It Is along the exact line of conversa
tions of both my secretary and myself
with Congressmen during tho work of
In April last, I addressed letters to
both tho Chamber of Commerce nnd tho
Mercliar.lt.' Astoclatlon. (recommending
this specific thing, and 'stating my In
tentlon of Introducing n bill to that
errect In the present Congress.
I am very glad that G-ovcrnor Car
ter's recommendation of this measure
has led the President to bring tho mat
ter before Congress; for that, while by
no means decisive, Is nlways of assist
ance In pressing a measure which Is
without a complete precedent.
lours very truly,
Delegate to Cougrcss.
"I think there must be some kind of
hoodoo on the Iaukea election con
test," tald Attorney Watson this
Ho had Just received a letter ststlny
mm nu ma uritiinai voucuers, suow
tng'tho expenses Incurred In the mat
ter, and which were sent to Wathlnc-
ton In the registered mall taken from
Honolulu by tho steamship Sonomu,
paa been destroyed by fire In the train
wreck at Ah Say, Wyoming. . Thu
vouchers wcro sent to Washington lu
enow tno expenses Incurred by tho con
testant, which are refunded up to tho
amount of $2000. Whllo tho original
vouchers have been destroyed there are
duplicates or thero here which will
probably bo taken In their place.
George D. Gear has opened law of
fices In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justlco Hatch on Kaahumanu
Tho schooner I.avlna got In last
sight from Kona.
Tho 8. 8. Alaskan railed January 2d.
PHONE MAIN 143.
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 5. The victory of the Government over tho rev
olutlonlsts Is decisive although the revolt continues In many places.
THE CARLISLE SUNK.
SAIQON, Indo China, Jan. 3, The British ship Carlisle sunk In 8algCA
rler today after a conflagration following an explosion of powder caused by
$100,000 FOR SALVAQE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 5 The steamer Chuhalls has filed a $100,000 II.
bet for salvage against the steamer City of Puebla towed to port.
CACERES VICTORY COMPLETE.
CAPE HAYTIEN, Jan. 5. The defeat of Morales' troops under Oen. Rod
rlgues by Caceres Is complete. There are 150 killed and wounded.
TO IMPEACH MORALES.
CAP EHAYTIEN, Jan. 5. The San Domingo Congress has decided to Im
peach President Morales. He was yesterday reported killed.
8AN FRANCISCO, Jan. 5. SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets: 8s 2 1-4d. Pre
vlous quotation, 8s 1 1-2d. Parity for Centrifugals, 3.70c, or $74.00 a ton.
Hi o i mm
Tho Territorial Oram! Jury was this
morning sworn and charged by Judge
Itobfnson, nnd Is now ready to begin
Its work for tho term. Whllo tho spe
cial venire, which It was found neces
sary to call to complete the Jury, was
returnable at 9:30 a. m., two of the
Jurors, Wm. Mutch and J. F. Low, fail
ed to show up and the matter bad to'
bo postponed until 10 o'clock.
Just before the Jury was sworn an
other of tho innumerable detects of
tho list prepared by the Jury Commis
sioners, was made apparent. J, J. l.eck'
er arose and stated that his name was
r.tven as 0, J, Lcckcr In tbo list. He
wan consequently oxcused. I
Tho remaining Ornnd Jurors wcro
r.s follows: F. E. Illake, J. J. Dyrne,
Clinton Hutchlns, Fred. M. Lewis, J,
S. Low, O. R. Olsen, Chas. S. Weight,
F. i, Waldron, Aug. Ahrcns, W. A.
Uowcn, S. C. Dwlght, It. L. aillllnnd,
Wm. II. Heine, J. T. Holloway, F. 8.
I.yman, Wm. Mutcb, E. E. Paxton M.
I'hllp, Jas. W. Robertson.
Alter swearing the Jurors Judgo
Robinson delivered bis charge. Tho
charge was a very lengthy one, going
Into tho duties of the Ornnd Jury, the
rules of evldenco and other legal mat
ters with much thoroughness and do
tall. The Court especially admonish
ed tho Jury to bu as economical as far
as was consistent with the proper dis
charge of Its duties.
W. A. Ilowcn was sworn as foreman
rnd Charles Clark as bailiff. Tbo
jurors then' proceeded In a body, un
der tho direction of Attorney General
I'cters, who will attead Its sessions,
to tho old throno room, whero that
body will hereafter hold Its meetings.
It Is not thought that tho Grand Jury
will have much to do, at least, not for
tbo present tlmo, and It will therefore
meet probably only about once a week.
The TROPIC FRUIT COMPANY
has again commenced the shipment of
Its choice pineapples to the mainland.
Leave orders at the Wells Fargo of.
flee, King St
to our many patrons who visited our store during Christmas week,
making It the most prosperous week we havo had In years. We have
put forth every possible effort to convince the business public that
our $3.50 and $4.00 shoes for men constitute the greatest value ever
offered In this city and now we are In a position to realize how well
the public appreciates our endeavors.
Per tho 8. 8. Alameda, IS brand new lines arrived, consisting of
all tho new models for Spring. Our shoe stock Is better than ever
at present. Come and let us show you what we have to offer and you
won't want to go anywhere else.
All-America Shoes Are -Always Ahead
Manufacturers Shoe Gx,
,'PHONE MAIN 282
MClflC MUTUAL IS
W m COMPANY
San Francisco, Dec. 30. Tho merger
fit the Conservative Life Insurants
Company and the Pacific Mutual Life
insurance Company, the two California
companies whote Interests It has been
decided to consolidate, was advanced
a step yesterday, when tho stockhold
ers of tho Pacific Mutual Company met
in this city and elected the following
officers: President, Wilbur S. Tupper;
first vice president, George I. Cochran:
eccond vice president, John K. Itocbe;
assistant secretary, Richard J. Mlcr;
directors, Wilbur S. Tupper, Wakefield
Raker, W. II. Crocker, George I. Coch
ran, P. O. Orlliti, W. H. Davis, D. w.
Eearl, Gail II. Johnson, II. M. LaRuc,
V. N, Llllenthal, John 1). Miller, Lee A.
Phillip. John K. Roche, O. W. Scott
and II. T. Scott
The next step will be tbo formal en
dorsement of the merger by tho stock
holders of the- Conservative companyi
It Is estimated that It will require scv
tral weeks to comply with tho legal
formalities, but meanwhllo the busi
ness of both companies will bo carried
on as one, as Wilbur 8. Tupper Is now
prpsldent of both concerns. Thecon
solldatcd concern will bo known as.
the Pacific Conservative Life Insur
ance Company, and will be capitalized
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINQ.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
1051 FORT STREET.