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KVENINO DUI.LBTIN. HONOLULU. T, H, WEDNE8DAY, JAN. 17. 1906.
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Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahuj
C. O 110CKUH. UuslnCM Manaeer of
tho llullctln Publishing Company, Llm- Your Impression of Jan. 6th savs sa
Ited, being first duly sworn, on oath, in an many words
deposes and says. That tho following Tho "Speclnl Correspondence," from
is a true and correct statement of clr- Kallua, published In oura of 5 cir
culation for tho week ending Janu- dn) does not stato tho truth. Delna
ry 12, 1906, of tho Dally and Week- Rn onlooker, 1 am In a position to say
ly Editions of tho Evening Uulletln: that tho local pollco did not, under the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. "artful questioning of Pressor," ack-
Saturday, Jan. 6. 2350 nowledgo that thoy refused to maka
Monday, Jan. 8 2121 arrests of tho so-called llolualoa "Ulot.
Tuesday, Jan. 0 2110 irs." The facts aro that tho County
Wednesday, Jan. 10 2113 Attorney of Hawaii advised nil of tho
Thursday, Jan. 11 2106 0llco of thelllg Island not to servo
Friday, Jan. 12 2103 the bogus paper emitted by the local
Average Dally Circulation 2153 Magistrate, ag no sworn complaints
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. were on flic.
Tuesday, Jan. 2nd, 1906 2387 it Is quite truo that tho police and
Number of Weeklies dellveerd on others testified In favor of all the do-
the Islond of Hawaii atone ....1048 (endants, and clearly stated that there
COMBINED guaranteed average never was any "riot" or dlstiirbanco of
circulation 4540 ons nature. Tho only disturbance was
By C. O. BOCKU8,
Business Manager. Clark, tho drunken District Magistrate
I" 'of North Kona, whoso beastly stato
Subscribed and sworn to be- yns testified to (In his own court) by
foro mo this 13th day of Jan- tcry many witnesses, and Is shown
SEAL uary, 1906. ,y tho preliminary pleadings now on
P. II. BUItNETTE, fii0 i,- C0Urt and which tho follow-
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of Mng 8 a copy of:
Oahu. to the District Court of North Kona,
Count) of Hawaii, Territory of Ha-
.WEDNESDAY .. JAN 17. 19UB WB.
1. I In the Matter Entitled Territory of Ha-
Previous reports said that an Insur- a a jjary Atchcrly. Isaac Da
fcent band Is forming among Ilepubll jtt t. Mills, Jacob Coerper and
cans In Congress to fight the Prcsl- Cglt others,
dent's measures If the Philippine SuggestIon of tho Disqualification of
vote Is tho first test, tho Insurgents District Magistrate,
haven't much fighting force j Aluj now como tno persons montlon-
rd as tho defendants In tho abovo en-
Some of tho American pcoplo have ntin,i nrtlnn nml nnnoarlne sneclally
an idea that In giving free trado to
tho Philippines they aro administering
tho Trusts a punch In tho ribs. As a
mailer 01 laci, mcy are pinyiug uuvti-
ly Into tho hands of the Trusts. It Is
on such rib punches that tho Trusts
Federal autnorilica nave ai lasi au-
mttted that threatening unrest In tho
Philippines Is tho cause of the dispatch
ot additional troops, rrivuio ur.w tni,j action, expressed ms uittcr, per
confirm this report and also the belief Bonai hatred of tho parties named as
that frco trade will not, as promised, defendants, , and has stated that he
lessen tho unrest. Tho little Brown ott& )iavo all of said defendants In
Brother to a largo extent is numbered iana
among tho revolutionary spirits of tbo 2i Tnat t10 gaj clark assisted and
world who "don't want no work". busied himself In framing tho so-called
chargo and wnrrant, nnd that tho sam
It Is Interesting to hear a morning jgi n ,,art t16 "crcaturo" of his brain,
discussion that centralisation ot au- ml(l tJmt gal(l calrk fans prejudged
1 tborlty la quite tho proper thing of llm Ba(l BCton nnd Is, In consequeuco
present tlmo, when so many lommun- thei- not fit nnd Is fully disqualified
Hies of the country arc cngawed In (o lt ng jinggtrato bearing and to
throwing off the bosses who were tno lear tM action and glo Judgment
creatures of this Idea nnd tho corrupt t)icrcn
Big Business that worked up the cen. 3 Tnat (ll0 gald Cark( on tho Cth
' trallliatlon schrmas while the honc.t d of Jamlary, A. 1). 1900, at Holua
rcoplo wero asleep Sometimes a re- j )n g((1 North Konll( tl,rcatcned
lapse of Indifference is suffered, but h)j M,d jcfeIlljantll Wtn Eriovous bod
It Is impossible to get away from the , on act01lnt of aiul by reason
fact that every revo t In tho Interest ot ' f , , tr,lmpcd Ilp cliargcs
human lllMJc ent nctit. b ,,,, , gnd Warrant," and that
,leen a rovolt against the prlnc pie of , ,d , t ns BtorcilllW
one man w.tMJtmuA for ac ' , un(ef
ceptance ot the popular will influence of strong liquor. Incited
COMMERCIAL ULUB IDEA
17, , nrnlni7ntinn la n surcess that
i.iina n rnsimnin in nuhllc scntl-
went at an opjortuno time.
The Commercial uiuu luca or j. a.
UcCandlcss has every promise of com
ing within this class Honolulu already
bas two very excellent clubs but they
nre either more or less Impressed with
cliques or narrow In the scope ot their
eligible list. There Is no distinctly
business man's club In the city which
accepts members from tho standpoint
of active, wholesome Interest In tho do
velonmcnt of the city, backed up by per-'
tonal self respect A canvas of the
town would probably show that a bus
iness man's club the main purpose ot
.Which Is to promote tho welfare of Ho
nolulu and Hawaii, Is not only prac
tlcal but will satisfy a long felt want.
Operated In connection with, say the
Young hotel, the expense ot a project
of -this kind should be comparatively
small. Infinitesimal In fact when com-
k pared with tho good fellowship that
woum tie promoted ana inu am reuu
ercd the get together spirit which will
mako Hawaii grow.
I PUNAHOU IMPROVEMENT
A meeting of residents and property
holders of the section bounded by Ma
; klkt street, Hastluga street, Punnhou
nnd Wilder avenue Is called for tomor
row evening at 7 30 In the club nous
at the corner of Wilder avenue and
' Notlcos have been tent to all within
(this section and It Is hoped that a lnrgd
tnumber will turn out to talk ovef
nicans for local Improvement.
DRIVING MORE WELL8.
McCandlcss Brothers aro driving
1 "perlea of new wells at the Oahu planta -
gtlon in the Walawa Bcctlon These
I wells will give Increased capacity to a
i pumping plant already in operation.
Tells His Story Of How
The 'Kona War Was
FOR SIDE OF THE EJECTED
GENERAL ATTACK ON GOVERN.
MENT'S 8IDE OP THE CA3C.
CHARQES MADE AGAINST
Editor Evening Bulletin: Your re.
cent Issues lime, ta me, seemed to de-
'milo (lint thn "Ilnvl Atrhnrli.Mllla
rnmlilnnllnn" limn mnrln "nil llio rnw"
that made, on Jan. Cth, by George
herein for tho aolo purposo of flllng
lhtg BURgCstlon of tho Disqualification
ot acorgo clark, District Magistrate,
. niicced. of the said court.
Do now show to tho said court that
tno ,aIli rjoorgo Clark Is disqualified
to Bit as tho Magistrate, ot said court,
In said entitled action and tno Hearing
thereof, on tho grounds
That said George Clark has previous
l0 tbo hearing and dato ot hearing ot
llm rnMiln nnd nondcscrlDt nonulace
' of said North Kona to attack, griovous-
1 ly wound and feloniously assault the
4 That the said Clark .has, as to-
ttards the Bald defendanta. not obsorV'
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cd tho decorum necessary and tho Ju-
niciai auuuuu proper ns a iuugiBiruiu omcr ueienuants, nnd that by reason
nnd that said Clark Is biased against thereof said Cla'rk cannot gtvo to de
tho defendants nnd cannot, therefore, ponent and to said defendant n fair
Judicially determine tho said action, and Impartial trial, and to which, tin
And In support horcof makes refer- dor tho Constitution of tho United
ence to the affidavits of Mary Atelier- States, deponent and the said defend-
ly ana jacou uocrpcr, ncrcto attacnia,
nd mado ot this suggestion.
HARIIY T. MILLS,
Dated at Kallua, January 9th, 1906.
Harry T. Mills, Counsel, specially
In tho District Court of North Kona,
County of Hawaii, Territory of Ha
waii. In tho Matter Entitled Territory of Ha'
wall vs. Mary Atchcrly, Isaac Da-
vIst Harry T. Mills, Jacob coerper,
Affidavit of Jacob Coerper.
Territory of Hawaii,
County of Hawaii, ss:
Jacob Coerper, being first duly
tworn, deposes and says that bo Is ono
of tho persons named In tbo said cntt
tld action as defendant.
Thar ho know Oeorgo Clark. tho
person named as tho District Magla-
trato of North Kona, aforesaid.
That on tho 6th day of January, A.
D. 1906, at llolualoa, In said North
Itnnn thn until Clark with loud VOlcO
and bitter denunciation, stated that ho,
said Clark, would put tno Bam ucicnu-
lints In Jail, and thnt Immediately fol-
lowing tho said uso or tno an.ui iouu
voice and said bitter denunciation to-,
nnnla tho defendants tho said Clark
with words, gestures and menaces to-
wards mo ueienuants, incucu nnu en-
tournged, ordered and commanded
thnt tho rnbblo and nondescript jiopu-
Inco of tho said llolualoa should at-
tncl., grievously wound and felonious-
ly assault tho said dofendants, who, nt
Iho tlmo of tho said Clark's haranguo
end Inciting to attack, as aforesaid,
wero peaceably and quietly within nnd
upon their placo of domicile, and that
deponent avers that on tho Bald Ctb
day of January, and nt tho said Holua-
loa, and at or between tho hours of
two and llvo, post meridian, of that
Mild uay, llio Baiu man: was grenuy. Btato that entry on tho llolualoa land
under tho Inlluenco of Btrong liquor. wag uindo with force, or with nrms.
That deponent is informed nnd bo- pioaso remomber that you, hitherto1,
lleves, and upon such information nnd have heard hut ono sldo'ot tho story,
belief alleges, tho flrBt to be that tbo Tho owners ot tho land aro Hawallans,
said Clark actively assisted counseled, hut they should have tho samo show
advised and participated In tho, from- 0( fairness ns it thoy had, been born,
ing of tho chargo contained in tho war- say, in Maine or New York,
rant upon which this nction Is had and Tho "Blot" chargo Is a hugo bluff
is based, and that said Clark Is biased nnd will be called, with otherB.by
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B, KERR & GO. Ltd
82 50 Dor.
nnd prejudiced against deponent nnd
ants are entitled
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 9th day ot January, A. D. 190G.
HAIIHY T. MILLS,
Notary Public, 3rd ClrculL
Affidavit of Mary II. Atchcrly.
Territory of Hawaii,
County of Hawaii, ss:
Mary H, Atchcrly, first being, duly
sworn, deposes and Bays that alio Is
ono ot the defendants named In abovo
entitled action; that sho lias read tho
above wVIttcn affidavit of Jacob Coer
per and that tho facts alleged therein
aro truo to her own knowlcdgo and be
lief. MAIIY ATCHEIILY.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo me
this 9th day of January, A. D. 190C.
HAHIIY T. MILLS,
Notary Public, 3rd ClrculL
This Is tho samo Judicial officer who
on Nov. 10, 1905, Issued one of tho
''leper warrants," and without first ob-
talnlng tho signature and oath of tho
alleged subscribing complainant who,
as a matter of fact, was miles away
nn.l .11.1 nnf nnnnml Ma alrm mnnnnl
althougn Clark declared that ho was
Clark's drunkenness Is an old story
In tho Konas.
Tho perjury of tho School Agent Is,
nln n mniior wHMi utlt l. iirnneht
to tho attentlo'h of tho coming Grand
jury of tho 3rd ClrculL
u g uttcly falso that tho occupants
0( tho Davis homestead left of their
own accord. Prosser and Kcolanul
ousted them, ono and all, although
without much torce. Tho ladleB of tho
household wero carried out of their
Prosser may say that be did not
havo n hand In tho forcible ejectment,
Tho damago suits now bolng propared
w,u how him, nnd others, how they
it s n nc pian ami unadorned, to
HABIIY T. MILLS.
Kcalakekua, Jan. IS, 190C.
And It Is n Gom A perfectly occur,
nto Adding Machine. Call In and seo
It. Price, 17.50. Wall, Nichols Co,
Ltd., solo agents.
Tho damage suit of See Wo vs. Wm.
Henry, HIrIi Sheriff, Is being beard by
Judge Lindsay today.
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Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Hslelwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
rfturmr", xrilves In Honolulu at 10:10
Stanford University, Jan. 9. Presi
dent Jordan tonight refused to discuss
for publication tho charco of High
Sheriff Henry of Honolulu thnt Mrs.
Jano Stanford, was murdered, and
that tho crime was committed at tho
instigation or tho authorities of Stan'
Tho general opinion ot thoso who
had heard tho charge, however, was
that It was too ridiculous to deserve
attention. Tho motlvo qsslgncd by
Sheriff Henry for such a crime the
need of monoy by tho university Is ro
garded as tho strongest ovldcnco that
Henry Is talking at random.
Tho financial condition of tho uni
versity Is Improving every year. Kof
several jenrs past the university hat
been spending In tho neighborhood of
1500,000 n year on buildings, or np
proximately $40,000 each month. la
addition to thts Is tho largo amount
paid to tho faculty, and this has been
augmented largely In the last eight
een months, when tho salaries paid to
many of tho professors wero Increas
ed Besides the university has tho
Stanford property nnd mansion In San
l'rnnclsco, which, with Its contents, Is
worth about 12,000,000. Tho building
under way hero Is not urgent, nor Is
the California street property of any
material uso at present, it is obvious,
therefore, that tho (500,000 drain
could bo rhut oft and a big sum real li
ed on tho San l'rnnclsco land and
11 IS PUIIUCU GUI Uy U1UBU WUU UlB.
cuss tlo report that the university In
nncthcr wny had everything to loso
by the death of Mrs. Stanford, and
nothing to gain. Mrs. Stanford's devo
tion to tho Institution she helped to
found, and which sho built up practi
cally unaided, was bo great that every
penny sho had would havo been given
freely, had thero been need ot It. Sho
had already given almost $40,000,000,
retaining only somo $3,000,000 for her
personal use, and even tho Incomo of
this sho spent mostly In purchases for
tho memorial museum. It was under
stood, however, that sho bad provided
liberally for relatives, and her death,
therefore, would bo an Immediate. uct
riment to tho university,
Tho position ot Henry Is ndt under
stood here, for thoso of tho university
authorities who bad dealings with
him In Honolulu regarded him as per
fectly honest, although somewhat lack'
Ing In Judgment. It Is believed that
his statements aro Influenced by plquo
at tho falso Impression created by the
statements erroneously credited to Dr.
Jordan and other "university officials.
It can bo stated, on excellent au-
thorltyf'that a practically completo re
port on tho cause of death ot Mrs.
Stanford Is In tho hands of tho legal
tcprcsentattves of her estate showing
thnt her death was duo to a lesion of
the heart, and this report will bo pub'
Halt naked with only a red blanket
about his shoulders, nnd a pair of blue
overall covering his white skin red,
white and bluu Edward Hcabcry, a
maihlnlst'a tint mate on tho U, 13. B.
Iroquois who has been on a drunk, ran
amuck In tho vicinity of Iwllcl this
afternoon armed with an old fashioned
rlflo and scaring tho Inhabitants into
hysterics. Tho pollco were notified and
the patrol wagon despatched to the
sceno ot the possible tragedy In a hur
ry, Jollcemen were on the alert nut!
tho men on duty. In Iwtlel were attract
ed by the excitement caused by the ap
parent wild man.
Soabery has been drinking lately, It
ECcniB. Apparently he was not In bis
right mind when Anally taken to tho
pollco station. Ho said tho gun had
been used during the Revolutionary
war by himself. He was born In 187U.
Beabery, It Is beltovcd, is suffering from
Ho has been away from the vessel
several days and a reward of $10 had
been offered by Captain Nlblack for his
return to the ship. Officer Henry Ka
plnda made the arrest of the tlothlcss
roan rushing about tho thoroughfares
and will claim the $10. Sealery U be
ing held at the police station. Ho was
born In Sweden.
REAL Estate TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 16, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Kcllaa (w) to Kstlier Ikeolo et al...D
A S Oleghorn to F A Schaefer M
B O Allen Estate by trs to Oahu R
& I. Co Ttcl
Hnttlo K Parker and hsb et al to
Joso C Bouza et al , ,,.D
Entered for Record Jan. 17, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Loulso M Kapukul to C 11 Hofgaard
& Co Ltd L
dear, LaiiBlng & Co by trs to W O
Aiken ,. ...D
W O Aiken and wf to Dank ot Ha
watt Ltd M
Eva: "Yes; wo went out In the beau
tlful golden forest chestnut hunting
and Jack proposed." Katherlne: 'H'ml
( suppose that was another chestnut."
Chicago Dally News.
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