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REST IS RUST. BUSINESS AND WORK PUT THE POLISH ON,
S ONE VOTE FOR
Prom San Francisco:
Siberia, Kol). 2
America Maru .Feb. 6
Alnmcda ...Fob. 9
For Ban Francisco!
Nippon Maru Feb. 2
Doric Feb. 9
Moana Feb. 10
Aornngl Fob. 7
1 . THE EVENING BULLETIN
. S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
THURSDAY, FED. 1. 1906,
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Vol. XVIII No 3290
HONOLULU, TKKK1TORT OF HAWAII THURSDAY FKIIUUAMY 1. IHWI
Phiob f Ckmth
MUST GO TO JAILOR ANSWER OR AND JU RV
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MAJ. VINCENT SAYS
Statements of Advertiser
ARE WITHOUT TRUTH
PRIVATE BUSINESS AND
"There Is absolutely no truth In the
Matcments that appear In the morning
paper," raid Major F. U. vinceni 10 a
lliiltetln representative- this morning,
referring to the tory In the morning
paper alleging his prediction that thou
nands of troops may bo stationed on
"I am hero purely on a matter of
pleasure nnd private business.
"I nm not connected with the service
as Indicated by the Advertiser. The
whole thine is utterly wrong.
"Such talk as that outlined wouiu go
more Harm man goou oven xor your,
people here and I cannot understand a
paper printing It.
I suppose the whole thing arose out
oi an argument on uoaru me snip wncii
ns a citizen talking with a group of
fillers On analrs Of the TaClnC 1 CX-,
pressed rayse t as of tho opinion that personal attacks against each other
Hawaii would be a splendid place for.na the KDt haa uccomo B0 norco that
b-go bodies of troops. The talk came Consi chang Ts0 Kan has taken n
In connection with the opening of tho hand , tho raattcr anil wm endeavor
minima iuniu ami wiv t'iii-rui iiui.-iui-
went of the Pacific,
"When tho Advertiser man called on
mo last evening at my hotel 1 told lilm
that I did not care to talk of the mat-
Him i um noi care 10 iuik oi ine ram-
ler. He said that Mr. Pratt had said so
nnd so. I told him
tt for his Informa-
to look to Mr. Pratt
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IIUII. II IS IIUV1!II.1 Dili; iu ytvou.,i.
that n ensual rmoklng-room dlic.uiu.Ion I
ih'i' ' bo j'Ut down as an official or J
ruiui'Ullllllll VAjircnsiuu vl iim. l lu
tic dono In the future."
From the general atmosphere of Maj
or Vincent one would Judgo that he is
busy minding his own business and
would be pleased If others, for their
own benefit, would mind thclr'e. There
Is no doubt that on the ship he was the
.subject of more than ordinary Interest
because of tho statement that he Is con
ncced with the secret service of the
government. He hasn t said he was
or Is, and Isn't expected to say anything
nbout It. Naturally Honolulu Is on
i-dgo to know what ho Is hero for. No
one knows, and he won't tell.
Cornelius Doremus, president of tho
Germanla Life Company, was called
to tho stand In tho recent Insurance
The feature of this company Is, ho
said, that every policyholder has a
voto for every 1100 of his policy.
Mr. Doremus said that his company
had never contributed to political
campaign funds. The Now York Evo
ntng Journal, December 20, 1905.
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Sonoma
January 80th. Leave orders at Welts
Fargo office, King 8L
The Kash Company Ltd.
PLEASURE HIS MISSION
TRYING TO SETTLE
Two of the Chinese papers nro en
gaged In a discussion about the rovolu
tlonlsts In China. Column after col
umn prnted In each paper, overy
8lle gvnK tho editor's views and set.
tDg f0rth ideas which are adverso to
1 tho opinions of tho opponent. Many of
tn0 articiCB aro well written and aro
rca,j wtn mucn interest by tho Chi
i.i.l. t,n vtltnra l.nvn lmllllrp.1 In
to settlo tho dispute between the two
editors. Tho Consul, together with
Ms secretary LI Cheong, Is making ov
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- .,,. nan(!ra anii i. hohllnc confer-
" 'w ff,P "n'Trlter and fhen tho
h"- Ai yet tho end of tho light u'
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not In sight.
At a special meeting of Alexander
Daldvln. Limited, held yesterday
nftcn.iH was votc,'i !2n1SnnCa.S B
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This, It Is said, concentrates finan
cial responsibility In tho firm, trans
ferring largo amounts carried by Indi
vidual members In plantation connec
tions to tho corporation.
VISITORS FROM CHICAGO
Hon. T. E. Ryan with his family of
six arrived In the Sierra yesterday and
I aro pleasantly sltuatod at tho Moana
Hotel for tho winter season. Mr. Ry
an is a prominent Chicago man. a lend
ing Democrat, and a personal friend of
ox-Mayor Cartor Harrison and also of
Preston Harrison, who Is well known
by tho older residents of tbe city.
Oeorge D. Gear has opened- law of-
floes- In the rooms formerly oooopted
by Mr. Justice Hatch on Kaahumanu
stroet. Telophono Main 214,
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
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 tho conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
nun s Dtrci
Another answer In the suit of tho
suit of the United States against tho
"beef trust" has been filed by Gcorgo
D. Holt. Ho admits that ho has been
raising and selling cattle, but not fresh
beef, to dealers and consumers for
many years past, but denies that ha
owns any stock In tho Metropolitan
Meat Co., Ltd.
Holt further denies that ho has ever,
nlono or with others, attempted to
control prices' for bcof In tho Torrltory,
and that he has engaged In any com
bination or trust for tho purpose of fix
ing beef prices. Ho shows that for
t.io four years last past ho has sold
no nioro than about 100 head a year,
and has sold them for tho highest
price obtalnablo to his own best ad
vantage, nnd without regard for any
one else. Ho states that he has nover
entered Into any agreement with tho
Metropolitan Meat Co. to prevent com'
nctltlon. but that he has always Bold,
nnd Intends to contluo to sell his cat-
tlo to Buch persons ns will pay him
tho best and highest prices. He also
denies that he has any part In a mo
nopoly, which compols consumers nnd
dealers to nurchaso cattle from him,
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""ting h W 'n nMa
"Ming his cattle acted without
regard to tho wishes of anyono els.
Ho Is largely dependent for his live
lihood upon his cattlo business, and
haa never withheld cattlo suitable for
salo from tho market, but has been
ob.lged to accept tbo .prevailing mar
ket price. Ho has aways atiemptcu
so to manago his business as to en
able htm to sell as many cattlo as pos
slblo without Injury to his business,
and to his own best advantage.
IN HARBOR ACCIDENT,
Threo mon narrowly escaped dsath
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in an acciucni yesieruuy uuuruuuii uu
the pllo driver at tho Urewer wharf:
Preparations w-ere Mdb miida to put
in nlace a new nlle. nnd the weight was,
being held in placo at the top oi mo gambling from alpha to omega and to
driver by a block. As the new pile jcavo no stone, unturned to get at the
came up, It accidentally struck the j truth, This will mean work, and for
block, and thus released the weight, this reason the Inquisitors are not sat
which fell without any hindrance, to Ufying themselves with a session onca
the water. The three men below were'a week, but aro going ahead day after
almost touched by it as tt passed, anJ
felt shocked when tboy realized theit
narrow escape from being crushed bo
neath a falling weight of more than
VOLCANO MARSHALL'S VIEWS
On the Chinese Boycott told In his
quaint and forcible style will appear In
Col. W. P. Allen, who recently suf
fered a Becond stroke of paralysis, Is
itlll In a very serious condition.
S. II. Kingsbury hns opened law of
fices In tho Iloston bunding, rooms
200. 201, 202. Telophono Main 192.
The wheels of business move rather
slowly with the unsystematic business
man. He Is continually getting Into
trouble his business affairs get tan
gled and he spends half his time and
energy getting straight.
Let us look after your Investment,
estate, collection and other business.
We can save you worry and money,
Trust Co., Ltd
Port Street Honolulu
Anin Fur Contempt
MATTER APPEALED TO SUPREME COURT
Y. Anin. the prominent Chlnete, who
r.rn..i in .,.., tho driml Jurv's
nucstlon ns to whether ho ran a cho
fa bank or not, was this afternoon m;h
tonml (n fen tlnviT lmnrlsonment btf
in,iff i.imtmiv fnr rontemnt of court.
Judgo Humphreys who, with K. 13, talnlng and conducting at Honolulu
Thompson, appeared for Anin, put up a a gambling game known ns chofa."
strenuous battle for his client, but J "That In answer to said question
was a losing fight, his defenso belli tho said witness stated as follows:
broken through by Attorney Oencrail "I am afraid to answer, becauso It
I'ctcrs and Mllvcrton. Humphreys first might Injure me."
presented n motion to quash the pro- "That upon further request to an
cess citing Anin on tho grounds thai swer said question the said witness re
It was not Issued In the name of tho fused to answer the samo on tho
Territory as was required by tho Or
I'ctcrs and Mllvcrton argued that
Anin was already before the court as
a witness before tho Grand Jury, and,
that therefore an original process was:
not necessary. Judgo Lindsay dented I
the motion, and exceptions were noted,
"And wo now state that we decline to
snswer tho uuestlon nuked because wj .
would subject ourselves to criminal
prosecution," said Humphreys.
Peters Immediately asked that Anin
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be ndjudged guilty of contempt ot'thnt tho question was an Importnnt
Hun.phrc.ys said that to compel his
ciii'iu in iintwer a ijuubiiuu iiuu iiicrvuy
Incriminate himself was to deprive him
of his constitutional right to rciu&e to
Mllveitnn, In answer, called .tho
Court's ottel'tlon to tho special statute
In gambling matters whereby a wit
ness Is compelled to Incriminate him
self, but Can not bo prosecuted there
for. Judgo Lindsay sentenced the defond.
ant to bo Imprisoned for ten days or
until he had purged himself from con
tempt. Humphreys gave notice of an exeep
tlon and asked that a bond be fixed,
This met with some opposition from
the prosecution, but the Court finally
released on his own recognizance
Humphreys stated In leaving the court
room that he would do all he could to
expedite the matter. His bill of exeep-
tlons would be ready within two hours
Tho Qrand Jurv has set before ll tho
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nugo rcsoive oi Cleaning up mo au-
Baean che-fa stable. Tho Investigators
havo decided to take the bull by the
horns nnd to ko Into the matter of
Tho Grand Jury In opening Its Inves
tigation evidently decided to strike di
rectly at the root of tho evil, and to
accomplish this they havo created
somo excitement by calling beforo
thorn tho big guns of Chinatown, In
stead of starting their work with low
ly spies, Informers and disgruntled
gamblers with an axe to grind, as has
berctofaro generally been the caso.
Tho determination of tho Orand
Jury Is amply Illustrated by tho meth
od with which it works. Yesterday
afternoon, after WIUlo Crawford had
been beforo the body for over two
hours, Y, Anin was called. Anin is
one of tho biggest guns lu Chinatown.
Ho owns tbo Kekaullko street flshmar
iiet and other commercial enterprises,
and Is Incidentally reported by some
to bo ono of tbo highest trumps in
Anin and tho Inquisitors soon agreed
to. disagree Tho Jurors asked point
blank If Anin ran a cho-fa game. Anin
thought this vory Indiscreet and re
fused to answer on the grounds that
bo would not answer a question which,
might Incrlmlnato him. Tho Jurors In
sisted, but Anin was obdurato, and tho
result was that ho was this morning
haled beforo Judgo Lindsay to be cit
ed for contempt.
Attorney Oencral rotors Btatcd tho
matter to tho court and a preliminary
roport, giving tho full details, was
Tho roport Bhows "that on tho 31st
day of January, A. D. 1900, the above
nmiH.,1 nrnnil Jurv was duly consider
in rJlao rttilv entered upon tho mln
lltcl) of tuo Ba arand Jury, In which
ono John Doe was charged with tho
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qffenso of maintaining and conduct
ing a lottery."
Jt furthor shows that Young Nln,
othorwlso known ns Y. Ah Nln, was
Huiiy Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offlcest.Cor. Port and Merchant Sts.
Telephono Exchange, Nor-4.
summoned as a witness In this case.
"Thnt ns such witness In said cause.
so sworn as aforesaid, ho was asked
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.31st day of January, A. D. 1906. main
grounds that It might Injure him."
Peters asked that Anin bo cited to
appear at 2 o'clock this afternoon to
show cause why be should not bo
found guilty of contempt, which order
accordingly was Issued.
It Is understood thnt Anin has tho
benefit of tho advice of a prominent
lnwyer In tho matter, and that tho
Question ns to whothor ho could bo
torced to Incriminate himself by tho
Grand Jury will bo hotly contested.
Judge Lindsay stated this morning,
one. The Attorney General will bold
thnt Anin must answer the question
unucr mc siaiuiu which pruviui-a mu.
luonimuco on r-ti -J
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E. J. I-ord will pass through hero on
tho S. 8. Manchuria February 15th en
routo to San Francisco, where ho will
purchase supplies to bo sent to Ma-
nlla. where Lord & Uclsor havo a con-
tract for constructing n part of tho
sower system to bo built by tho Gov
ernment. C. II. Smith, tho engineer
who went to Manila for tho firm of
Lord & Uelscr, will return to Honolulu
I W. 11. Hooks will land at Victoria
I within a few days, having gono by tho
northern route. Mr. Hoogs ii nlso
..!. ...Is I. 4 1. . tllilllnnlnn ntlr
connn.iv.-u wiui uiu imrt'"' """?
O. J. Wagner of the sumo concern will
remain .In i Manila lVnM '
After remaining In 8an Francisco
Mier remaining . o V"' - .-
several months, nttcnuing 10 uusincss,
Mr. Lord will return to Manila, proo
nbly by way of Honolulu.
wnen me uarKenimo "
rived from San 1-ranclsco Tuesday
morning, she was carrying supplies for
TniP.'J' 535 "V Mrri.m.t.nccs the
peculiar result of circumstances the
latter sailed away as the Imgard came
In. and there was no chance to get the
hIlJhMiSift. h into he harbor
.Hro1 ?" Vak..wJ'U..L'" ,n.t?.Ali?. ' i
the Irmgard, the two veils passing each-
other near Diamond Head
Constant caving from the sides con- (
tlnucs to keep tho work of dredging
tho Naval ship, as contracted by 1-onl
& DeUer, from being completed, but It
Is now bellovcd that tho Job will ho
finished some time noxt week. Tho
contractors havo had constant bad
luck, but' are going ahead with tho
work ns rapidly as circumstances will
allow. Somo blasting Is being dona
A dance will bo given nt tho Moana
hotel tonight, by the management, In
honor of Colonel James A. lluchnnan
of the Twenty-Fourth Infantry, and
Quartermaster Captain V. J. .Morrow
and tho officers and ladles of tho U. S.
A. transport Sheridan.
J.HOPP & CO,')
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 1. The
setting aside public lands at or near Diamond Head, Kuplklplklo and Punch-
bowl Hill, Honolulu, for military purposes until It can be determined by sur-
'vey what portions of the lands described
Itary reservations. There Is no thought
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of troops In the Islands.
Kuplklplklo referred to In this dispatch Is on the town side of tbe
Queen's place, Kaalawal, beyond Diamond Head
LIEUTENANT GENERAL DATES.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 1. General Dates has been nominated Lieu
tenant General to succeed Gen. Chaffee, retired.
LIQHTHOUSE TENDER FOR HAWAII.
WASHINGTON, D. C Feb. 1-The Senate has authorized the construe
tlon of a tender for'Jthe lighthouse service In Hawaii.
DEADLY FIRE ON THE MEADE.
8AN FRANCISCO, Feb. 1. Fire, broke out In the hold of the transport
Meade today while the ship was loading to start for Manila. Three lives
were lost and 68 Injured
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan
or g.g bq Der .Qn
BEETS 88 analysis, 8s. Prevlou
Tbo Grand Jury this afternoon
ported, returning tho Indictment,
rl.nrolni- Prnnk Tnhnsnn with murder
arK'n ' ,,,""" Tho atrocltv of
Ine murder of UttU, Simeon Whirton
nnnenr. nlalnlv throuah the masses of
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local verbiage of tho Indictment,
I The frightful dismemberment of mo
Jbody Is described as follows: '
Frank Johnson did cut. hack and
dissever tho forearms from tho arms
., , whnrtnn- dirt
.'ftc 1"' V.Ke? Kf leg. oi
". " Bal' &oa Wharton, nt tho
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fhn0ceB"a,'i1"BI? Wharton- did cut
S2m tai from the
KM "ft. 'l? ',:
nd disembowel him, the-said Simeon
Wharton: giving to tho said Simeon
Wharton mortal wounds, of which said
Simeon Wharton did die.
Ilov. Doimlas Putnam Blrnte. Mrs
lllrnle and daughter are now In Algiers.
They will spend two months In North
Africa and Sicily, returning to thrlr
homo at llyo, New York, via Naples,
llev l)r lllrnle was formerly pastor at
Central Union church of this city.
'PHONE MAIN 282 1051
President has Issued a proclamation
will be required for permanent mil.
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of establishing a considerable body
About $100,000. worth of goods were damaged.
AR: 98 degree Centrifugals, 3.48 cents
3 60 cents.
s quotation, 8s 1 1-2d. Parity 3.66 cts.
Governor Carter passed a comfort
able morning. His condition Is about
tbo samo as yesterday. His tempera
ture this morning did not rlso above
The New York Times of recent date
states that Jacob II. Schlff Intends tn
make a trip tn Japan by wny of San
Francisco nnd Honolulu. He expect I
to leave San Francisco about February
7th. Mr. Schlff Is tho head of tho great
financial hauso of Kuhn, 1-oob ft Co.,
and one of tho first financiers of the
The transport Sheridan was sighted
olT Koko Head at 2 o'clock.
Thursday, February 1.
Am. bk. Mohican, McDonald, from
San Francisco. 3;1G p. m., 23 days out
U. S. A. T. Sheridan, l'eabody, from
San Francisco, off ports 2:30 p. m.
T. K. K. 8. 3. Nippon Maru, Orcene,
Pale Alapal, a Hawaiian woman, was
this forenoon found guilty of embezzle-
ment by the following Jury: J. M. Mo
uonam, iico. ll. v.owan, J. n. .iicnenzio,
Ed. Drew, Wm, Ilnrclay, Chas. Uutzke,
J. D. Tucker, A. M. Mellls, Jas. Jaeger,
Fred. Stecre, Geo, J. O'Ncll and Jess-j
O. Young. Sho will bo sentenced to
morrow. Every Choice
When you think of It, It Is sur
prising to note the great diver
sity of shapes and patterns we
show In our "All America"
shoes for men. Every shoe de
signed and selected to promote
foot-comfort. If the shoe Is not
arched enough for your foot, wo
have others, and so on for every
As for leathers, we have all
which are good. Beit grade of
Pat. Colt, Fine Gun Metal Calf,
Wax Calf, Box Calf and rich
Vlcl Kid In both bals, oxfords
black and tan. Some very new
and swell styles In stock
OST S3.50 S'1.00 1Kt
FORT STREET HONOLULU
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