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ONE, VOTE FOR j
Prom San Francisco)
America Maru ...Feb. 5
Alameda . , . , Feb. 9
Mongolia Feb. 13 (
For 8an Franclrco:
Doric Feb. 9
Alameda Feb. 14
Moana Feb. 10
Aorangl Feb. 7
THE EVENING BULLETIN 4X
S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1906.
Thli vote li good for seven days
I 3: J5 O'CLOCK
THE REO 'CAR 13 A REAL CAR
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Voii. XV III No 3207
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1900
Priob 5 Oknts
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And Representitaves Called To
Urge Hawaiian Bill
3. F, CHAMBER ENDORSES DELEGATION
Secretary K. H. rarls of tho Honolulu' Merchants' Association this t
morning received In the Siberia's mall n letter from Ocorgo W. Smith,
president of the Chamber of Commerce here and ono of tho delegates
to Washington to urge tho passage of a bill giving to Hawaii scv-
cnty-flve per cent of the Federal revenue collected hero for local fortl- f
Acattons nnd Improvements.
Mr. 8mlth announces that tho Trustees of the San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce have unanimously adopted a resolution calling
upon the California Congressmen to support Hawaii's measure. -t-
Tho letter was written at tho Hotel St. Francis, San Francisco, on -t-
the day of the arrival of the Delegation at that port, and Is as fol- 4
Hotel St. Francis, San Francisco,
January 2Gth, 190C.
Mr. E. II, Paris, Secretary of trjo Merchants' Association, Honolulu. -f
Dear Sir: The Delegation arrived safely In San Francisco this -f
morning and at 2 p. m. were entcrtilned at luncheon by tho Trustees
of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.
The business of the Delegation was brought up and addresses
were made by Captain Marston, Uiptaln Nelson, Messrs. Rolph, Mat-
ton, Jennings, Scott and others of tie San Francisco Chamber, and by
Messrs, Gait. Mclnerny, Robinson, Oise. Lobensteln and the writer for
tho Delegation, and Mr. F. J. Lowrcy for the Honolulu Chamber of -t
The result of tho meeting was tho adoption, unanimously, by the
Trustees, of a resolution endorsing tho mission of the Delegates and
tailing on the Senators and Representatives from tho Stato of Call-
fornla to support the measure.
Tho full text of the resolution as well as any further action by -t-
other bodies will bo sent you later. Yours very truly,
GEO. W. SMITH.
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Will Plead Tuesday
JUDGE KINGSBURY APPOINTED TO DEFENSE
The first steps towards the trial of
Frank Johnson, who committed tho
atrocious murder on little Simeon
Wharton at Waialua, was taken this
morning when ho was arraigned be
fore Judge Lindsay.
Johnson's appearance did far from
Htrlko one as that of a human mons
ter. Ho was very quiet and looked
timorously about at tbo strango sur
roundings. When the court announced
his case, Johnson started to his feet.
j!o was then directed to scat himself
noxt to Deputy Attorney Oeneral
Fleming, who-aprearcd for the prose
cution. Fleming gave Johnson a copy of the
Indictment, but he did not know what
to do with It and held It In his band
straight before him without oponlng
It. When Fleming started to read the
Indictment all Johnson's Interest was
centered on tho prosecuting officer.
As Fleming read aloud the erucsome
details of the murder, as set forth at I
length in tho Indictment, tho murder
er's furtive eyes wandered restlessly
from his face to the paper from which
he was reading, and back, Johnson
was evidently frightened and nervous,
and to a groat extent seemed at a loss
ns to what nil these proceedings
The Kash Company Ltd.
"Frank Johnson, havo you a law
yer?" asked Judge Lindsay when tho
reading was nnlshcd.
"No, sir," said Johnson.
"Havo you any money with which to
retain a lawyer!"
(Continued on Pago 4.)
J.HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARQE-8IZED RUQ8 IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
andbuy a Good Parlor Rug.
pre tailored from tho choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never beforo have' wo 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.,
Somn of tho big guns In the beef trust
caso this afternoon filed their answers,
namely Samuel Parker, Eben P. Low,
Homuula Sheep Station Co., John II
Estato and J. A. Magoon. All deny that
the Metropolitan Meat Co. has tarn
selling beet to dealers and consumers In
their behalf and that they are under a
contract or agreement with the com
pany to sell their cattle exclusively to
It, but show that they are free to dis
pose of It to whomever they please.
Sam Parker shows that lie owns
stock In tho Metropolitan Meat Co.,
which ho votes at Us stockholders'
meeting, and that he Is Its duly elected
president, but other than this ,ho says
ho has no control over It. Several of
tho other defendants also own and vote
The famous colored mand of tho
Twenty-fourth Infantry, consisting of
forty pieces, will give a concert at the
Moana hotel tonight, commencing at
8 o'clock. Wilfred 0. Thompson Is the
musical director. The program fol
lows: Overture "Tannhausor" , . , . .Wagner
"Traumerd" ,,... Schumann
"Invitation a la Valse" ....Yon Webor
Grand Selection "Faust" .... Gounod
Overture "William Tell" ....Rossini
tBextct "Lucia" Donizetti
Plantation Fantasia" Chambers
Characteristics "Evening Pastimes"
t . . . . Marshall
"Tho Star Spangled Manner."
The splendid dining room of the Mo
ana has been fitted up for the occasion
and a grand ball will follow Immediate
ly after the band concert, which, Ilka
all such functions graced by army rep
resentatives, will bo a rallying point
for society folk of the city.
Tho officers and ladles of the trans
port Sheridan and all the numerous
friends of the Moana are cordially- In
vited to all the festivities of the even
ing. AT TflEJOIELS
The following aro registered at tho
Hawaiian Hotel M. II. Slgofaa, Phil
adslphla; Lieut. T. D, Magheo and wife,
U. 3. A.. Mrs. J. P. Whitney, Seattle,
Wash.; Dr. J. R. McOough and J. A.
McDough, Toronto: N, Q. Mitchell,
Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Fortwell
and daughter, Cambridge, Mass.; How.
ard A. Turner and wife, San Francis
co; Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCormac, New
York; H. L. Woodburn and wife, liolse,
Idaho; Dr. W. 8. Laton, Minneapolis;
T. S. Harris, Minneapolis; Mrs. Laura
0. Durden, Portland, Ore.; Margaret II.
Wallace, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. F. J. Am.
weg, San Francisco; Mrs. M. A. Mor
dant and Mrs. M. Crach'all, San Fran
Cisco; Mrs. P. E. Brlgham and Miss
Helen Urlgham, Portland, Ore.; Allen
Young Hotol iA, Eisnl and wife, Ja
pan; A. F. Illoomer and wife, New
York; E. J, Waddcll and wife. Aurora,
i.. Y.; J, O. Talbott and wlfo, Den
ver, Col.; J. A. Finch and wlfo. Spa
kano, Wash.; Mrs. J. 8. Drumhcller,
Rnnkano. Wash.! H. J. Chllllm?. Run
Francisco; S. F. McKntgbt, Mlnneapo-I
Us, Minn.; P, J, Cosgrovo, Mlnnvapo-1
lis, Minn.; J. A. Sackley nnd wife,
Chicago; N. S. Miller and wife, Chi- Senator D. P. R. Isonberg, who has
cago; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Englcr, Du-'bcen on nn extended visit to tho main
buque, Iowa; Jeromo Heldlng, Tho land for tbo benefit of his health, was
Hague, Holland; Mr, and Mrs. T. W.
Forman, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. nnd
Mrs. McCourt, Denver; Mr. nnd Mrs.
Feldbauser, Denvor; Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Curzan, Springfield, Mass.; Allen
Wheeler, Denver; W. W. Hoag, San
Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Harlock,
Minneapolis; O. E. Young, San Fran
cisco; I). Gilpin, Baltimore, Md.; Ar
thur J. Hughes, Toronto, Canada; Miss
Hilda B. Hughes, Toronto, Canada;
C. C. DuBose, China; A, Yecder, San
Judgo Do Bolt has given declslotAfot
defendant In the caso of W. h. Whitney
administrator, vs. John Ross. D. U
Wlthlngton appeared for tho plaintiff
and Magoon & Llghtfoot for defend
The ship Kenllworth will probably
get out for Hllo tomorrow. Sho was
delayed today, as a full crow has not
Chlneso merchants of Honolulu
held n banquet last nlgbt at tho Young
Hotel, Thero wero 38 guests present,
among whom wero soma Government
Qeorgo, D. Ocnr haa oponedxlaw olt
flcetn in tho rooms formorry occupied)
by. Mr. Justloo Hatch on Kaabumumi
street. Telephone Main 214,
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SECRET SERYICE TALK--0ZAWA TO JAPAN
There Is no small flurry of excitement
In tho community since talk of the proa
ence of a United States secret servlo
man In Honolulu has been revived
Every now nnd then It Is reported, and
often with truth, that r r.embcr of the
United States secret service Is in thement should bo watched. If we are
Territory, engaged In an Investigation ' corrected In tho beginning, a great deal
of tome nature. When It Is consld-lof trouble will be avoided, mistakes
red, however, that socrtt servlco men) will bo remedied with less difficulty and
are omnl-pretent and that their duties we will be put on tiiw right track,
keep them at work somet.mes on appur- "Now tako this matter of ' the Ka
cntly very ordinary matters, there Is' baa land business with tho Molokans.
nothing remarkable In the fact that Aro wo conforming to tho law In or
there Is Indeed a secret service man In ranging with the Molokans as we nave
these Islands. Each department of the
United States government has Its de
tail of secret service men and these
men are not In tho habit of announcing
their presence under any circum
stances. Sometimes it happens that an
Individual, working with a member of
the secret service, will travel around
giving It out that he hlimelf Is tho sec
ret service man, detracting attention,
while tho genuine article, unsuspected,
goes about his business and accom
plishes his mission
Ilecent talk in regard to the scent
service has brought some to tho con
clusion that he who Is actually tho
working repretcntatlve of tho secret
bcrvlce, and who has been hero sev
eral weeks. Is here to observe and In
vestigate the present operation of tho
K.it that this lm-
piles that anything U wrong with the.
system, for the secret n-rvlce does not,
necessarily wait until -omcthing Is
wrong before making an Investigation,
It Is a system of watchlt as well as a
system of discovering w, ng.
Ono closely identified with Immigra
tion matters In this Terr tcry declared
this morning that he ful) believed that
the Immigration sy ti but recently
With more than one hundred peoplo
for Honolulu, most of them wealthy
persons from all parts of tho United
States who aro traveling for their
health and pleasure, the Pacific Mall
S. S. Siberia arrived at the Naval wharf
this morning. Fifteen Individual.!
booked tor Hongkong and many of
whom are en route arounu the worldl,
arc among tho stopovers. Three bound
for Yokohama will also await hero for
another vessel to the Orient. A num
ber of the stopovers will take tho S. H.
Mongolia, which Is due here February
12th. Many of tbo others will await
the arrival of tho China on February
19. The tourists aro scattered around
town, nearly every one of thorn stop
ping at one of tho three principal
Among those booked for Honolulu
aro several who will spend tho remaind
er of the season here. Others arrived
with their minds made up to remain In
tho Hawaiian Islands and Honolulu tu
long as they can And amusement.
J. E, Bell, accompanied by his wlfo
and daughter, and J. F. Dell and wife,
son and nurse, and J. S. Bell, all of
Minneapolis, wero among tho traveler
to arrive Mr. Dell Is a wealthy Min
neapolis business man. Another Mln-
nf-nnnlln nnrtv U V. W
All of tho
wife and F. II. Forman.
Minneapolis people will
among tho Honolulu people returning
Bert Peterson was another, Mr, Pet
erson has boon to New York.
A. Robinson, tho well known Kauai
plantation owner, accompanied by his
wlfo and child nnd Miss E. Robinson,
Is one of tho passengers for this port.
The Robinsons havo been an an extend,
ed visit In different parts of tVo States.
A valet and maid accompanies the
Mrs. C. W. Schultz, formerly Miss
Alico Kitchen of Honolulu, and who Is
now residing In the eastern part of tint
States, arrived for an extended visit.
(Continued on Page 4.)
An Interdenominational missionary
Fockty, known as the United London
Missionary Society, has been formed
in Great Britain, with hendquarters at
Shcmeld, Us Held being North Nigeria,
its flrst station being Wase, four hun
dred miles from the mouth of tho
On December B, 1877, a young French
doctor sent In an application for a
emnll post under tho Government, nnd
Heard nothing more of tnu matter till n
few days ago, when ho was required to
fill up a blank In order to get a nomlna-
I Hon for tho position he had applied for
' nearly twenty-eight years before.
HA RK "
established hern was under close tit
vostlgatlon. He thought, Indeed, that
It should be.
"It Is only wise," ho said, "that since
wo are starting out with a new system,
the manner and method of Its fulfill
for their settlementT Tho lands a
Knnna were not put up at public sale
and It seems to mo that tho Territory
has taken a great deal upon itself In
this matter, ,Thcn there Is tho labor
(Continued on Pago 4.)
Cornelius Dorcmus, head of the Gor-
manta Life, said ho preferred bonds
and mortgages, and gilt-edged railroad
bonds, as proper Investments for an
Insurance company. Ho did not np-
provo of speculative stock ventures.
Of tho $10,000,000 Investments In se
curities held by the Germanla Life, ho
said, about 15.000.000 was In tho safest
bond Investments. The Investments
in bonds nnd mortgages amounted to
$18,000,000. The real estate In Its pos-
session, ho said, was worth $3,111,000.
Never did the company bold any
stocks other than bank stocks, and It
had ceased to put Its money oven In
those, having decided to hold no
at all. Tho New York Evening Post,
December 20, 1005.
Bid 10 M
AT ORPHEUM IS
Y FOR T
Everything Is In readiness for tho
successful production of tho sensation
al melodrama, "Tracked Around tbo
world," by tho Burner players at the
Owing to unavoidable delay In tho
construction of tho complicated mech
anism necessary to tho perfect effect
fo the stirring scene wherein two big
automobiles are seen In a thrilling
race, no performanco was given last
- Manager Joo Cohen stated to a Bul
letin reporter that tho play could havo
been produced, but. If preparations
wore hurried, tho production might
lack that complcto finish bo rcqulslto
to tho success of a great undertaking
of this nature. Ho preferred to let
ono Dcrformanco pass rather than run
tho risk of tho play not being up to
the usual high standard.
Two large treadmills have been con
structed whereon the automobiles can
bo put to a speed of sixty miles an
hour. In one tho villain attempts to get
away with tho heroine, while tho hero
gives exciting chase In the other. Tho
full effect of rapid progress will be
produced and the audience will behold
the scenery flying by, as from a roll-road-car
window. This U accomplished
by an endless canvas on hugo revolving
There Is also a startling railroad
rcene In which tho furious passage of
n train Is depicted. It Is safe to say
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compare In thrilling excitement to tho
play to be produced tuntght,
who miss "Tracked Around tho World"
will miss a sensation seldom equalled
before tho footlights.
The wheels of business move rather
slowly with the unsystematic business
man. He is continually gening inio
trouble his business affalra 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
Fort Street, Honolulu
' "Nhii'iffillaW wi i iltJ
Czar Gives Promise
Of Land Reform
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Feb. 2. Anticipating an agrarian outbreak
the Emperor has addressed a mandate to the peasantry stating that the rlghta
of property are sacred and promising a relief of their grievances.
Meade Is Delayed
8AN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Feb. 2. The sailing of the transport Meade has
been postponed for ten days.
ATKINSON'8 RETURN. t
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 2 Secretary Atkinson of Hawaii arrived
here today. He will sail on the Mongolia Monday.
QUEEN ALEXANDRA GOES TO COPENHAGEN
LONDON, England, Feb. 2. Oueen
to attend the funeral of her father, the
GERMAN INSURRECTION 8UPPRE38ED.
BERLIN, Germany, Feb. 2. It Is announced that the Insurrection
German East Africa Is practically suppressed.
ITALIAN MINISTR YGOE8 OUT.
ROME, Italy, Feb. 2 The Ministry haa resigned and the King has asked
for time to consider.
Which Released Anin
HUMPHREYS THWARTS GRAND JURY'S PLAN
A nolilo battlo Is at present raging exceptions and In which to pay cost
between tho Attorney acncral's De-' accrued, and that tho Territory, being
partment and the Grand Jury on ono .tho appellee, could not placo tbo case
sldo and Y. Anln, represented by on tho calendar until after the lapso
Judge A. S. Humphreys, on tbo other.! of ten days from tho time wbon tho
Whllo tho Attorney General was vie- appeal was perfected.
torlous In tho fight beforo Judge Llnd-j On rocclvlng Judgo Humphreys' no
sya yesterday afternoon, when ho se-.tlce. Lucas submitted tho matter to
cured a ten-day sentence against Anln
for contempt for refusing to answer,
tho Oram Jury'a question, tho excep-l
tlona which Anln took to tho supreme on his strict legal rights In tho mat
Court are tending to frustrate tho ler.
fruits of that victory by delaying tho
summitry puiimumuui ui juiu, wim-u
Is esscntll to the success of the
work of tho Inquisition.
Yesterday afternoon a bill of excep
tions was promptly Died by Judgo
Humphreys, excepting to tho ruling
overruling tho motion to" quash, and
to the sentence. Lato In tho afternoon
tho Attorney uenerai nieu a motion to
havo tho caso advanced on tho Su -
premo Court calendar and a notlco In
the following form
October Term, 1905. In the matter
of tbo Grand Jury, duly empanelled
and sworn In and for tho Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii. Exceptions to
Circuit Court, First Circuit. Motion
to placo cauio on calendar.
To the Clerk of tho Supreme Court:
You, aro hereby notified that all the re
quirements for placing (he abovo enti
tled caso on tho calendar of tho Su
premo Court have been compiled with.
Clerk Lucas accordingly placed tho
enso upon the calendar, but this morn
ing a notlco was filed by, Judgo Hum
phreys, showing that nono of tho ro-
mlJrcm.C",f f?r IJ,aclnB th,c.a,, ".Ml!"
;"""''," "uu, , , .iT i . .
Humphreys stated that ho had ten
lays within which to flip a bond on
PHONE MAIN 282 1051
t' - v -
Alexandra left today for Copenhagen
late King Christian.
Chief Justice Freer, who Instructed
him to take tho caso off tbo calendar,
Humphreys states that he will stand
In the mcantlmo tho Attorney Gen-
i-rai s 1'eparimcni, aucr tailing to navo
the appeal speedily decided by tho
. Supreme Court this morning, imino-
(Continued on Pag 4.)
Col. W. F. Allen, who recentlyl suf
fcred a second stroko of paralysis la
reported as In a weaker condition todar
than yesterday, col. Allen Is In a most
1 critical condition and great anxiety Is
8. B. Klngvbury ha orjonod law of
fice In tbo Boston bofldrn. roomi
100, JOL zOX Telephone Main 1ML
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit CoJ selected pineapples wHI go
forward to the Coast per 8. 3. Sonoma
January 30th. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King St,
Kenr) Waterhouse Trust Co,' Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
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show In our "All America"
shoes for men. Every shoe de
signed and selected to promote
foot-comfort. If the shoe la not
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have .others, and ao on for every
As for leathers, we havo all
which are rjood. Best grado of
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Wax Calf, Box Calf and rich
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black and tan. Some very new
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