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Vol. XVIII No. 3282
HONOLULU. TERKITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. .TANUABY 1G, 190(5
PillOB 6 CBNT8
MAJORITY WILL RULE WHEN
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A"n" ra"': 3:3ffO'CLOCK
Delegates United For
Good Of All Islands
TO CONSULT GOVERNOR TOMORROW
Oahu, Hawaii and Maul delegates to
Washington In the seventy-five per cent
Federal revenue matter met at 2 o'clock
this afternoon In the private office of
J. It. Gait, secretary and treasurer of
tho delegation, and for an hour dls-
CUSSCU UIO pullCJT Ul VUC tuuiuiiooiuit
and tho details of tho trip.
Although application was mado for
admission, members of tho press were
Avnliutofl onrf ttiA mpftflnsr Wflft Ktrlrtlv
of a private nature. I
' DolfiratA npn. W. Smith was IMU
after tho meeting adjourned. Ho stat1
cd that the members had rcsolvod to
stand together unanimously on the one
Idea of working for soventy-llvo per
refit of tho Federal rovenuo from Ha
waii being set asldo for the benefit of
Hawaii. No tldo Issues would be In
This revenuo measure proportion
was considered of tho utmost Import
unco to the general welfare of the com
munity and It was believed that tho
boat wny to success was through devot
ing all attention to the one proposi
tion. Tho delegates decided that In all
matters of detail where there might b
any divergence of opinion among thr
members of the delegation, tl'o major
Ity should rule i
Tho delegation Is to meet with thr.
Governor In his office In tho Capitol
tomorrow morning at 9 o clock for a
final consultation before sailing on thi
The members from Hawaii and Maul
aro puling In sympathy with tho Oahu
delegates. Nothing was said, at tho
meeting about a Kauai representative.
Mrs. Hodgson, of Now Zealand, who
has had over twenty years' experience
as a music teacher. Is located with
Mrs. Ganzcl, Fort and Vineyard streets.
Bee her ad, page o.
A Judgment for plaintiff was this
morning entered by Judge Lindsay on
tho motion of Judgo Gear Iff tho as
numpstt'caso of Oehrlng & Dutiko vs,
Tho assumpsit caso of F. J. Testa
vs. J P. Kahahawal ct al, was this
morning dismissed by Judgo Lindsay
on account of lack of prosecution,
Uncle: "Well, hero's tho room.')
jou'vo been bothering mo for. Now,
remember the old saying that 'A fool
and his money aro easily parted.'
Nephow: "I don't know about that.
I've had to coax you for mora than a
week for this!" Answers.
Special Court Term
Is Called By Dole
GRAND AND TRIAL JURORS SUMMONED
Owing to tho largo amount of work
accumulated for tho United States'
District Court, Judgo Dolo this morn-'
tng Issued an order calling a special
term of court, to begin Fob. 12.- The
order shows that It appears to the!
Judgo from representations mado by I
tho District Attorney, that there are!
aoveral criminal cases pending nnd
that several cases were continued
from tho October term of court. It
also appears that there aro a number
of persons, accused of having commit
ted crimes, who aro now awaiting In
vestigation of their cases by the Grand
Jury. As It will greatly oxpedlto tho
business of tho court, and on motion
liy tho District Attorney, with tho con
sent of tho defendants concerned, tho
knoclal term is called.
Judgo Dolo also Issued venires of.
twenty three names for a Grand Jury
nnd forty-eight names for a trial Jury,
Grand Jurors William Thompson,
Honolulu: R. L. Auerbach, Honolulu;
Ocorgo Kaiser, Honokaa, Hawaii; O,
Blackstad, Walmca, Kauai; ' William
I'rcndcnburg, Honolulu; Thcodoro
Iticnards, Honolulu; Arthur C. Alexan
der, Honolulu: N. E. Qedgo. Honolu
lu; Johp C. Cluney, Honolulu; Joseph
A. unman, Honolulu: James W. Qor
Yin, Honolulu; Chas. R. Collins, Hono
lulu; j. li. Anderson, lino, Hawaii; H.
U Herbert, Honolulu: Charles Nlo
man Honolulu; Harry E. Webster, Ho
nolulu; W. W. Harris, Honolulu:" 0.
Schumann, Honolulu; J, H. Flddes, Ho-
(Continued on Paga 4.)
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Teiepnono Exchange No. 4.
Tho Governor Intends to endorso
somo one other than Judge Itoblnson
for tho place on tho Circuit Court
bench now held by tho Judge. When
interviewed this morning by a Bulle
tin reporter the Governor stated his
intentions unhesitatingly and plainly.
"Have you as yet endorsed anyono
for Judgo Robinsons position? OBkcd
"I did not," said tho Governor.
"Do you Intend to endorso anyone?"'
was tho next question.
"I do," was tho answer; "but I hnvo
Dot mado my selection yet. I have got
to make an endorsement. '
"Havo you heard anything from
Washington regarding tho matter!"
asked the reporter.
"No," answered tbo Governor. "I did
not expect to hear anything."
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
extremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
f Senator Achl having announced -f
f his candidacy for the position of -f
County Supervisor, will, no f
-f doubt, answer tho following list t-
-t- or questions wnicn were seni oui t
previous to tho last county elec-
tlon. 'The original of this docu- -f
t- ment with tho Senator's signature
-f was sent to the Bulletin some -f
4- months aco;
f Honolulu, Juno 3, 1903.
To E. K. Dovauchelle, Esq. -f
f Sir: As you aro a Candidate -t-f
for one of tho offices of tho Coun- -t-
ty In your Island, the history of
f your life Is needed; I therefore re- -t
quest you to answer tho following
W. C. ACHI.
f Where were you born?
-t- What bchools havo you attend
f- When did you come In this -f
f Aro you married? -f
-r- To whom?
- How many children havo you? -f
f What Government offiies have -t-
f you held?
-t- What business hao you done?
f Did you ever rim for tho Leg-
f t'nder what party? ,
Wcro you elected or not?
OIVE ALL MATTERS RE-
I.ATINO TO YOUR CAREER. -f
-H- -t--t- -r-t-
C. G. Ballr-ntyne read a paper on "Tho
Evolution or tbo Electric Hallway,- at
tho regular monthly meeting of the Ho
nolulu Engineering Association held
last evening. Tho paper was well re-
reived. At the meeting of the assocla
tlon next month a paper on "The Bet
terment of tho Building Conditions o
Honolulu." will bo read by F. W
Tho Peacock vs. Garvto quo warranto
Cairo was yesterday afternoon submit
ted on briefs. A. W. T. Bottomley, of
Bishop & Co., and Hong Quon, of Sing
Chpng Co., testified for tho defense.
Their testimony was mainly based on
the voting of certain proxies.
Public Should Insist
On Robinson's Re-appointment
: Or Know toon Why
JOHN HUGHES REGRETS RELIGIOUS ASPECT
'I am sorry to sec that any sugges
tlon of a religious aspect to the cast
has entered this matter of the Govcr
uor'K withdrawal of his endorsement
of Judge Robinson for reappointment
to the Circuit bench," said John
Hughes, a leading Catholic, a member
of tho Republican Territorial Central
Committee and a member of tho Civic
Federation, this morning.
"Any matter of religion has absolute
ly nothing to do with this affair. The
situation Is simply this, and you can
quoto me, for 1 mean every word J,
"If Governor Carter had refused to
endorse Judge Robinson In the first
placo, that being his privilege, there
would have been no trouble of any kind
and nothing would have been said, but
Instead of doing that ho endorses him
In response to the demand of unoul
mous public opinion, and then with
draws It on this pretext of the affair
said to have occurred In the court, not
only to withdraw his endorsement but
to smirch his character.
"In this matter, and in consideration
of tho Governor's action, everyone who
loves Justice and the truth, every one
who stands for tho right as against
might, every one who stands for the
weak and oppressed as against the
strong and arrogant, should unquall'
fledly support Judge Robinson, and.
more than this, they should demand
that President Roosevelt reappoint
Judge Robinson or stato tho reason
FOR THI FILIPINO
(Atiocfattd mn Brmt Ctn(
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16. The House of Representatives sustained Speak
er Cannon today In ruling out of order an amendment to the Philippine tariff
bill declaring It to be the settled policy of the United States to grant hta
Filipinos Independence as soon as they proved capable of self-government.
CEN8URE OF DEPEW FAILS.
ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 16. The resolution Introduced In the Legislature
calling on United 8tates Senator Depew to resign, was defeated today by a
vote of 34 to 1. The Democratic members did not vote.
REVOLUTION IS ENDED.
Col,'Z:, S, Spaulding
After Settling Molokans Will
Colonel X. S. Spalding of Kauai, now
on the ocean on his way to San Fran
cisco, en route to Los Angeles in tho
matter of the -Molokans taking up land
on his Island, will probably represent
tho Garden island at Washington lu
tbo matter of tho scyenty-the.pcr cent
Speaker of the Houso of Representa
tives Eric A. Knudscn n the last mall
recehtd a tommunlcatlon from Kauai
to tho effect that Inasmuch as Colonel
Spalding had, beioro hla departure, ex
pressed a willingness to act as Kauai's I
delegate to Washington, at his own ex-,
pente, and slnfe there seemed no pos-i
slblllty of raising money on the Island
wherewith to pay tho expenses of a ,
delegate, public opinion on tho Garden i
Island was shaping Itself strongly In
favor of appointing the Colonel to ap
pear at Washington with the delegates
from thu other Islands to urge thui
passage of a bill giving to this Tcr-i
rltory tho desired benefit.
Definite action will be taken by the'
Kaualtcs In time, probably, to renUij
U1UUI- oyuuiUiii ujr IUUIU Ul out!
In the event of Colonel Spalding's
offer being accepted and the Colonel so
notified, ilr. Spalding will go on to
Washington at the conclusion of the
Molokan business and join the dele
gates from Oahu, Maul and Hawaii
there, In time, to appear before the Com
mittee on Territories and present the
Territory's case on tho first day of
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The directors of the Honokaa Sugar
Company met today to consider the
matter of reduction of dividends, but
took no action, adjourning the meet
ing, tho date for meeting again to bo
It was learned this morning that tho
Oahu Sugar Company bos no Idea of
further reducing dividends. Present
dividends wilt continue Indefinitely.
Chhng Kim, Deputy Supremo Chan
cellor of the Knights of Pythias of
North America, South America, Europe,
Asia nnd Australia, left today for I.n-
halna, whero he will Install officers of
tho I.ahalna lodge. After returning
from Lahalna Chang Kim may go to
China, where be bns authority to or
A largo consignment of Hawaiian
curios goes to New York In tho freight
er Alaskan, from the Island Curlo
Store, directed to Robert F. Chapman,
Portland, Maine, who passed through
bore before Christmas on a tour of the
world, going heme to Japan.
George I). Gnar has opened law of
tiros In the rooms formerly occupied
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahumanu.
Tomorrow will be the last day for
tho payment of water rates. Aftor
that a penalty will be collected.
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to tne coast per s. s. Mongo
Ha Jan, 19th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St,
The hearing of tho rasp of Cruz Tor
ies, a Porto RIc-an damsel charged wltu
hlgcmy, took placo before Commission
er .Mating this afternoon and created
much sensation The Hoard of Health
register of marriage showed that tb
lady had married Scrapio Dalde nt Ho
nomit In 1902 and Ahcllno Mcrcado In
Honolulu lu 1903. A distinctly fem
initio trait wa shown lu that on both
occasions tho lady gave her agn as U
Abellno Mt'cndo, tho second husband,
wis imicu ujr my juutiviuiiuu. iiu lu1
tilled that ho had first met th lady la
front of tho Jail, Soon after this prom
ising meeting they were married. Th
girl did not tell him that she was mar
ried already to llalilct until eight ana
a half months after tho marriage.
The unfortunate witness was
sailed throughout his testimony with
a flood of rapid Spanish Infective from
tho lady, interspersed with phrases In
English, which showed that she had
not derived her knowledge of this lan
guage from any dictionary.
Seraplo llalilct next took the stand,
corroborating- the first marriage. Mrs.
Cruz then took the stand In her own
behalf, All her testimony was direct
ed against her second husband, whom
she described in drastic terms. This
sanguinary procurer, she said, only she
used a moro colloquial phrase, had
forced her to marry him. He knew at
tho time that she was already married.
mm i 'tis
SAN DOMINGO, Jan. 18. The Insurgents under Monte Crlsto have capit
ulated. The gunboat Independence also surrendered after the commander had
reached an American warship. The revolution Is ended. '
MOROCCAN CONFERENCE ORQANIZINO.
ALGECIRA8, Spain, Jan. 18. The Moroccan Conference opened here to
day. Duke Almodover, the 8panlsh Foreign Minister, was elected President.
MAR8HALL FIELD 18 DEAD.
NEW YORK, Jan. 16.-pneumonla.
-Marshall Field, the great merchant, Is dead from
Alleged Kona Rioters
Who Captured Schoolhouse
Held For Grand Jury
,.. . . . .
inprcini in inr muietinj
Knllun, Konn, Jan. IB. After a week
vi exciiomrni nous nas again relapsed
Into ItFugual'numdruru exlst,cnie. T&o.l
troubles of tho participants In the Ho-
lualoa school houso squabble havo had
their grievances aired before the Dis
trict Maglstrato ard now everything Is
over until tho assembling of tho Grand
Jury In April.
Tho local police havo had their sharo
of notoriety and Deputy Sheriff Kr-
lllkoa, under tho artful questioning nf ,
Deputy Attorney General M. F. Pros
rer, was mado to acknowledge that ho
mado no arrests because tbo parties.
complained of did not wish to bo ar
rested. In court thcro were two cases heard.
That of Jacob Cocrpcr, for assault on
District Magistrate Oeorgo Clark, was
heard before Judgo Matthowmsn, as
tho regular District Maglstrato botng
an Interested party, was disqualified.
Attorney Mills represented the defen
dant and Deputy Attorney General
Prosscr appeared for tho Territory.
Coerper was held to answer beforo the
Grand Jury In one thousand dollar
bonds. Tho second case was against
Mrs, Mary Atcborloy. Jacob Coerper,
Isaac Davis and II. T. Mills for Incit
ing a riot. This caso was beard beforo
Judgo Clark and defendants wero all
held to answer before the Grand Jury
lu tbo sums of fivo hundred dollars
Tho responsibility of tho service of
papers, making arrests and attending
to tho bonds was put upon High Sher
iff Henry and County Sheriff Kcolanul
and his nfllrers.
It Is the gunornl opinion that Kulll
l.oa'a term of offlco Is to bo a short
one, as his unfitness for tho position
it) holds has been brought out by bis
ortlons In tho school house case. It la
Impropauo that the Grand Jury to be
aiimmouod' for tho April term of the)
Third District Court will Ignore bis
actions In tbo handling of police mat
ters and ho will como In for his share
of rcbuko which tho Supervisors of
Hawaii County failed to administer on
account of his handling of tho case
of tho leper suspects.
Deputy Attorney General Prosscr
and High Sheriff Henry returned this
morning from Konn, whero they set
tled the Holualoa Bchool trouble In a
(Continued on Page 8.) .
ALEXANDER YOUNG OUILDINO.
Have Just Opened a Largs
Shipment of J i
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN ,;
and TAPE8TRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
Judgo Walpullanl of Kail has sent to
tho Supreme Court statistics showing
tho work of his court for tho year 1903.
Appended to tho statistics Is tho fol
low. Ini; note by tho Judgo:
"You will notlco by this report tho
oxtremo scarcity of rases, not because
of the good behavior of the entire dis
trict, but becauso It is tho fruit of the
County system, and that Beems to be
tho rule In all the districts in tho whole
Tho list of eases Is as follows: Adul
tery, 4 arrests and 4 convictions; as
sault aud batter, 12 arrests and C con
victions; drunkenness, 3 arrests and
3 convictions; found on promises with
out lawful excuse, 14 arrests aud 11
convictions; larceny, second degree, 2
arrestA aud 2 convictions; nuisance, 1
arrest and 1 conviction; violating
school lows, 2 arrests and 1 conviction.
Thirty-two civil cases were tried.
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