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Vol. XVIII No 3291
HONOLULU, TKIUCITOKY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. JANUAKY '20, U?0(5
PlltOB 6 Okntb
ROBINSON'S APPOINTMENT AS JUDGE STILL IN BALANCE
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Tho Bulletin special query to the
Associated l're regarding tho Judge
tdilp appointment and the reply that tho
appointment Is still undecided put the
town In a great pucker Tho Bulle
tin's cable was sent early enough for
the Associated I'rcss to put a query
mrougii to us vvasningion omce. u
Is very evident that the decision had
not been sufficiently determined In the
President's mind for him to glvo It
out. There Is no doubt that Attorney
General Moody has recommended Rob
A regular "rc-appolntmcnt grin'
spread over tho town this morning
when tho news arrived that President
Iloosevelt had directed the re-appolul
lucnt of Judge Wllllnm J. Robinson to
the Circuit bench.
At the time of the receipt of the.
cabled Information Judge Robinson
was In tho Stangenwald building lu
the oince of Attorney A. 0. M. Robert
son, going ovor the bill of exceptions
In the Godfrey vs. Rowland matter, tho
caso In which Governor Carter's crit
icism of an alleged orgy, while the Jury
was out considering- Its verdict, orlg
tnatcd. The attorneys In the case had
ttlpulated, although Judge Robinson's
term had expired and he had at the
time not been reappointed, that tha
Judge could handle the bill of excep
tions. Judge Robinson would not sit
in the court-room to go over this bill
of exceptions, declaring that he would
not enter the court-room except as u
reappointed Judge or as a practicing
attorney. It seemed quite appropriate
that the news of his reappointment
should como whllo he waB engaged In
settling the exceptions in the case In
which the recent trouble started.
As soon as it was known that Robin
son had been vindicated of any of tin
suggested Improprieties in the much
talked-of and alleged court-room orgy,
and the ft lends of tho Judge learne-1
where he was keeping himself, tho of
fice of Attorney Robertson was be
sieged by those anxious to congratulati
A Bulletin representative found the
judge In the midst of enthusiastic
friends In Mr. Robertson's office.
"Personally, J have received no
cable," said Judge Robinson, "but I
havo just been Informed of my reap
pointment. Needless to say the news
comes to me as a great relief, for any
possible suggestion of a stain on my
official record Is removed by my re
appointment. Naturally the allega
tions to the effect that I had pcrmlttej
a drunken orgy to take place In my
court whllo the Jury was out that night
in the Godfrey-Rowland case concerned
me most deeply and troubled me ex
ceedingly. They were not true and 1
courted tho fullest possible Investlga
tlon. Until such Investigation wai.
made. I was In the position of a man
against whom untrue charges had been
made, i feel that a great burden has
been lifted from my mind and that my
character has been vindicated and that
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all clouds have been removed. I feel
most grateful for the way my friend
have stood bv me in this matter."
Judge Not Worrying.
I That tho direction of the President
. is practically synonymous with Judge
Robinson's reappointment Is so gener
ally conceded that thcro Is no discus
, slon on that subject.
"Tho nomination will probably bo
sent to tho Senato today and referred
to tho Commltteo on Pacific Islands
and Porto Rico. Tho commltteo will
In all probability report Immediately,
(Continued on Page S)
While Honolulu Is all excitement
I with the news of Judge Robinson's
nomination by the President, there Is
I one man to whom the news Is of vital
Interest who probably knows nothing
I at all about it. That man Is Governor
I "Ib the Governor being kept Inform'
ed about the affairs of the Territory
or or the general news! " asked a re
I porter of Dr. Judd, tho Governor's at
I tending physician, this forenoon.
I "No," answered tho Doctor, "ho Is
not being bothered at all about thpso
affairs, and It will probably bo at least
ten days beforo ho will bo allowed to
sea a newspaper. Ho Is being kept
Dr. Judd further stated that tho
Governor's condition was Improving
considerably. Ho s:ent a better and
more restful night and his fovcr 1ms
gono down. It rcglitercd 1014-10 dc'
grees this forenoon.
When asked about tha prospects of
tho Governor's recovery, Dr. Judd said
that It would be at least a couple of
weeks before ho would be able to bo
about, and after that ho would probab
ly spend soraq time out In tho country
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. 8onoma
January 30th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office. King 8t.
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
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co,,
ill CARRIER HAD
Storm Throughout Kona
LETTERS WERE LOST WHILE
CARRIER FORDED STREAM
Hawaii County Supervisor Upset la
Enthusiasm To Reach
tSaeclal to Tha UuUetln)
Kallua, Kona, Jan. 24. Kallua has
been quite lively during the past wcok,
Saturday the regular steamer crowd
came from mauka. oxpectlng the Jlnu
r.a I.oa to arrive as usual, but as she
did not put in an appearanco most of
the pcoplo went homo again. When
tho steamer arrived Sunday tho town
was crowded again.
Monday was also a busy day with
freight. On Tuesday Auditor J. H.
Klsher arrived on a tour of Inspection
and on Wednesday Henry Kenton from
Kohala and Judge Henry U. Cooper,
from Knil. nrrlvcrl. Thpsn latter sen.
I tlemen were- here In attendance on
court. Mr. Renton on tho flnal settle'
ment of tho Renton cstato and Judge
vuu(jci iu viudv uy tiiu valuta ui iuv
late Franz Buchholtz.
The steamer Mauna I.oa had a rough
experience along Kona on the up trip.
Work was carried on at Kallua and
Keauhou without any trouble, although
inero was a very heavy swell as a re'
suit of tho high wind which had been
blowing. At Napoopoo work had to bo
stopped after tho mall, passengers and
can tne freight were. landed. At Hoo-
kena and Hoopuloa It was too rough
to land, so tho freight for these places
carried on to Kau to bo landed on tho
Reports of the Kona storm show
that some serious damage was done In
Kau. At Naalehu tho big trees which
wero such ornaments to tho placo,
wero nearly all blown down, whllo
Eomo of the old cane was badly Injur
ed. Pahala did not suffer as much as
tho cano, being shorter, stood tho wind
better. Rains wero general all over
tho Island and at Puuwaawaa ranch
and Huehuo seven and flvo Inches ro
wpoctlvoly fell during Monday and
Tuesday and mountain streams which
bad been dry for tnontha turned Into
raging torrents. Some roads were bad
ly washed out.
The mall and carrier making the trip
overland from Kallua to Kawalbae had
a very narrow escape. Ilcyond Klholo
in attempting to cross a stream tho
carrier and his horse wero washed
away fom tho ford. Tho led mulo car
rying tho bulk of tho mall, got across
safely, but tho loose letters carried by
by tho native wero lost and the carrier
had a bard battle with tho torrent for
his lire. This mall, which should
have gono from Kawalhao on tho Kl
nau, was forwarded by another steam
er on Sunday.
Supervisor Kalalwaa ot South Konu
had an Involuntary bath ut Hookcna
on tho trip up ot the Mauna Loa. IC
was too rough for a steamer boat to
go In and the Supervisor was anxious
to get the steamer for Kau. Ho start
ed out for the Mauna I.oa In a canoe,
being accompanied by Deputy Slierllf
Lakalo, Assistant Postmaster KauvvH
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wise, has Its fundamental principles
rules that guide Its destinies for weal
A trust company Is no exception,
Our principle la our platform, our plat
form our principle.
Honor, Dignity, Chastity, the ruling
virtues of every man's life, are funda
mental to the conduct of our Institu
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TWO KILLED AND
Two Portuguese were killed, one Por
to Itlcan had his leg cut off and scveu
others, Including several Japanese,
were seriously Injured as the result of
an accident on the Ewa plantation rail
road early this morning.
The direct causo of the wreck was an
effott on tho part ot the engineer to
mako a flying switch.
George F. Renton, manager of the
plantation, says this Is contrary to ord
ers. A number of tho Injured men are
badly bruited and one or two of them
may not recover.
The two Portuguese who met death
were riding on the front end ot a ranc
car next lo the engine when the accl
dent occurred. It was shortly befon
One ot the two men killed In the rail
road wreck at Kwn plantation this
morning was Antono Gonsalcs. Tha
other was Joe Gomez. Gousales was a
member ot tho San Antone Society.
which will talo charge of the body and
attend to the details of the funeral
Oomcx was also a member of another
Tho coronor's Jury was drawn this
altcrnoon and visited the scene ot the
wreck. Tomorrow morning witnesses
will be examined.
John Magulre, the well known Kona
ranchman, has mortgaged his extensive
holdings In North Kona to tho Dank of
Hawaii tor tho sum of J 1 3,000. The
mortgage Includes 4100 head of cattle,
243 horses, 33 mules, 20 miles of fenc
ing, etc The mortgagor promises to
pay (30,000 three years from date and
113,000 eighteen months later, togeth
er with interest.
A deed has been filed for record by
which Geo. N. Wilcox ot Kauai sells to
Mrs, Dntsheba M, Allen premises on
Ilk-hards street containing 191-1000 ot
n acre for the sum ot $9000.
Mrs. Wm. Weight of Hllo has been
Visiting old Honolulu friends recently.
She leaves tonight for Walluku, where
she will visit George Weight and fam
ily. Mrs. Christina N. Urown leaves for
Hllo next Tuesday In the Klnau, return
ing to Honolulu tho following Satur
day -t- -f-f -r -r -T--t-
and Judge Sam Kaal as a crew. When
half way to the steamer the canoe was
capsized by tho high waves and Cap
tain Simersou sent a rescue party tu
their assistance. The Supervisor wai
taken aboard the steamer and pro
cccded on to Kau none tho worse fof
bis ducking. The others, after right
ing the canoo, returned to Hookona.
The schooner Lavlua, Captain Wcls
barth, left Hllo for Kallua with a load
ot general merchandise aud lumber on
Wednesday Hllo merchants anxious
to embruce Kona In their territory urt
trying to Induce Welsbarth to make
regular trips to thai district
SIX MILKS TO H .
Waysldo signs as a rule are Inter
esting and servo at times as guides tc
wayfarers. This week whllo drlvlnt)
over to Kona from Kohala Audltoi
I-'lBhcr noticed a sign on tho roadsldi
which read "Six miles to II." A little
farther along a sign read "Pour miles
John Moycr, one ot the best known
drivers In Hamakua aud Kau but n
stranger in Kona, turned to Klsher and
asked him to Interpret the signs. Full
er said ha didn't think Kona or Kallua
wero spelled with an II. but he an
nounced that he was feeling very much
warmer as they proceeded and supposd
Moycr lould draw his own conclusion
as to where the road was leading "II"
It was afterwards explained, meant
Huehuo and the signs were erected by
Kbcn Low to guide him and his friends
on their way to John Magulro's place
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THE DUCHHOLTZ KONA
Attorney Henry K. Conoer, Just re
turned from Kona. consummated a
deal whllo on Hawaii whereby he sold
to Georgo Rodlck, a director of It,
Hackfcld & Company. Limited, tho en
tire Duchholtz small-farm property in
Kona, for 125,000.
AT PALAGE 11
On second thought those who this
morning planned to call a mass meet
ing In Palaco Square for tomorrow
evening, to endorse tho reported action
ot the President In directing that Judge
W J. Robinson le reappointed, have de
cided not to take such action, deeming
It not In good tasto
DRIER GETS KUL10U0U
The unexpired portion of the leaso ot
Kullouou was transferred today by J.
M. Monsarrat to August Drelcr, who
will use It as a country residence. The
lease has about eight years to run, the
Plko estato owning the property.
Kullouou Is rltuated beyond Nlu on
the shores ot Walalae bay,
CROSS BUYS WIRELESS
Frank U. Thompson, trustee, who a
fchort time ago purchased the property
ot tha Inter-Island Telegraph Co., at
a sheriff's sale, has Bold tho samo tn
Fred. J. Cross for tho sum of 15100,
A popular transport danco will tako
placo at tbo Moana Hotel this evening
in nonor oi ijuariermastor Captain
Mitchell and the officers and ladles ot
the transport Logan. Music will bo
furnished by tbo Moana quintet Club.
WANTS TO FIGHT
I do hereby challongo to box J, Mo
Fnddon 15 rounds. Contest to tak
S. D. Kingsbury baa opened law of
flcos In tho Boston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Tolophono Main 192.
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulk
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, bulldlnn permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75J per month,
SI Per year.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOOD8.
Take your Christmas Monty
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
, The Bulletin tent the following cablegram to Superintendent Paul Cowles
of the Associated Press, this morning:
"Is Robinson reappointed?"
At 2:50 this afternoon the following reply was received:
BULLETIN, Honolulu! No; undecided.
JUDGE MAY NAME
(Afoclntti Prtf Special Cable)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. Representative Jenkins of Wisconsin Introduc
ed a bill in the House today, authorizing the United States District Judge of
Hawaii to hold or designate another Judge to Hold District Court there. This
Is to cover cases where the United States Judge may be disqualified.
SEATTLE, Jan. 26. The steamer City of Topeka arrived here this morn
ing with 23 survivors of the Valencia on board. This makes the total number
of saved, according to the figures of the sUamshlp officials, 40. Sixty-one
are believed to be aboard the Valencia when she broke up.
THORNTON IS DEAD.
LONDON, Jan. 26. Sir Edward Thornton, former British Minister to
Washington, Is dead.
MUTINY IN VLADIVOSTOK.
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 26, Mutiny has broken out In Vladivostok.
"I wish you would ask, through the
Bulletin, any peoplo who have Ideas on
tho Improvement ot tho Walktkl road
to present them to us," said Supervisor
Lucas of tho County Roads Commit
tee. "I And there Is a good deal ot ob
jection to tho plan ot putting a twenty
foot park strip In tho middle of the
drive. Now, wo have no special hob
bles to rldo. We want to do what will
bo best tor tho town and what tho peo
ple want. Many feel that the road la
not wide enough to allow for this park,
"Wo oxpect to put this road down In
a way that will mako It stay for a long
while. We want to do It right. W
want the people satisfied. It those who
have Ideas on tho matter will take the
trouble to write them out and send
them to me It will help a great deal."
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FROM THE VALENCIA.
The Kohala Ditch Company, which
recently authorized a half million dot
lar bond Issue, has contracts signed fof
the delivery of twenty-two million gal
lons of water to various plantations.
This great volumo ot water Is to be
delivered overy twenty-four hours, n
Ing a delivery of nearly one million gal
lons every hour.
This, however. Is to be Increased, for
the Ditch Company Is now negotlatlnis
with plantations not contracted with
originally for water deliveries that will
bring the dally delivery up to about
30,000.000 gallons when the (low Is
clarted on July 1st.
Georgo D. Gear baa opened law of
flew In tho roams formerly occupied
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahutnaau
This may sound quite strange to
many people, but to the man who la
wearing our "ALL AMERICA,, W.00
and H0O shoes, It Is a settled fact that
they are tho most popular snoet In
town. Their wearing, fitting and style
qualities are unequalcd anywhere. "All
America" Shoes once worn are always