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EVHNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY. TOtt. B, 1000.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by tho
BULLETIN PUDLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINOVTON.. Editor
Entered nt the I'ostaftlce at Hono
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Bulletin has found tho Kou.i situation
an enigma. Tho district may novo'
been n orltablo hive or industry aim
strife hi tho past, but circumstances
have been such that tho news of It
hover reached the outsldo world until
the arrival of Dr. Atcherlcy and tho
acceptance by Mrs. Atcherlcy of tho
position of agent lor Airs, navis.
Therefore they aro put nt an obvious
disadvantage when charged Wtli being
A considerable clement of Kona,
which might bo termed conservative
by tome, and sleepy by others, has not
been heard from, It should take somo
Intel est In what Is going on.
One thine Is certain neither tho
business of the Uoard of Health nor
the Department of Public Instruction
nor the District Court should bo con
ducted on a political basis. If any of
thosi) Departments Is dabbling In poll'
tics, Immediate steps should be taken
to ston a nolle? so destructive of con-
Ifldcpco and ruinous to tho best Inter-
On the other
Vtt month, nnywhero In U. S.. ,75
Ver quarter, any whore In U. S.. 2.00
Per year, anywhero In U. S 8.00
Per year, postpaid, forolgn 11.00
Ix months S .50 tsti of tho community.
ttt yrar, anywhere In U. 8.... 1.00 hand, the thoughtful people of any dls-
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 trict should bo ready to as speedily
r-- 1 I check any effort on tho part of locnl
T " fc fnnt Innnllata if Illill
rrtFltAfU f Ll9n9 1 iDUrilittUB Wl IUHIUUI.I..VO
(Vl 1-. ,
through Intention or Ignorance, would
Honolulu, County of Oahu) lBm,,c "? olre,uo".,".1 V.-.I',-
n o nnniriia ..., .. .. mems mio nureiy yuuucui cimum-is.
."."?.?'Z"Z."??""V."' Tho ImDfcssIbn Is getting abroad
f.ep. " rim . J?" 1?'," '? Influence on tho work of Terrltc,
culatton for tho week ending Febru
ary 2, 1905, of the Dally and week'
rial Departments. Tnis may be whol
y untrue. At all events, It Is about
Spraying Ordinance Is
Says High Court
Oahu County's ordinance prohibiting
tho spraying of clothes In laundering
by water projected from tno mourn is
not unroaeonablo and not class legisla
tion, but Imprisonment cannot lawfully
bo Imposed for non-payment of a Ann
for violation. of this ordinance, says the
Supreme Court. Justice Hartwell writ
ing the opinion, In a decision rendered
The Judgment of a One of $5 and
$1.15 costs In the case of each defend
ant Chinese in a recent case In the
Police Court f affirmed by the Supremo
Court but, say the court, a committ
ment upon this Judgment would be In
valid. County Attorney E. A. Douthltt for
tho Territory and A. O. M. Ilobcrtson
for the defendants.
Says the decision in part:
A County ordinance prohibiting laun
l I - II... lllntlM lf tf(lA tl M . . 11.
ly fcdllions of tno h-venmg uui eun. . , . hcftrd from to take se- ..., nmii.i rm ih mn,.ti. 1. nm
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. l. ,,,. , ,hn ii.h ihni " ...' ,u. 'L...Z.,. ...... 1, u ...
Jan. r.. t.,,MIO M.n.A ntDMn tlin ,1lat-lft I.M, onunllV 1 i.i (.. l- 1....I..1... .. .11
,'"" ,a ,.,. those outsldo tho district, but equally . roasonablo or Is class legislation dl
...i...a.wu ... i'.wo.-'-' lUkilU UUIUB. 4.,i.lt:OVl
tentmeni or us people, may Know
vhethcr there is two sides or only one.
Tuesday, Jan. 30 2105
Wednesday, Jan. 31 2118
Thursday, Feb. 1 2116
Friday, Feb. 2 2212
Average Dally Circulation 2175
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1906 2329
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone.... 1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
Dy C. O. DOCKU8,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
foro mo this 3d day of Feb
SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. H. DUKNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
Temperatures C a. m.. 08; 8 a. m
CD; 10 a. m., 72; noon, 73; morning
Ilaromctcr, 8 a. m., 23.35; ausolula,
Hon. Molusugt, ex-member of tho
Parliament of Japan, now in tho 1st
nnda, will soon return to Japan with
a barrel of money collected nmong Ha
waiian Japanese for tho benefit of tho
widows and orphans of Japanese sol
diers killed in the war with Russia.
Ho It was who last week addressed
tho strikers on Watalua plantation and
Induced them to forget their llttlo
grievances and pay attention to their
work, that they might have money to
contribute to their homo country,
which needed It,
Motusugl has collected over $10,000
so far. Ho travels In stylo and goes
first-class everywhere It is said that
ho is employed on a percentago basts,
Opens New Term
I International Stock Food j
tSAVCS ;r.OOOWVrCiT J
Keeps all kinds of stock In the
best possible conditon
It is the quickest
PIG OR HOG GROWER
in the world.
If you would have healthy
stock you should use
Imprisonment cannot lawfully bo
Imposed for nonpayment of a lino for
violation of this ordinance.
The defendants were convicted and
pentonced to pay a Qno of $5 each and
$1.15 costs by tho District Magistrate
nf Honolulu upon a cbargo of violating
nn ordlnanco of tho County of Oahu
Lmade by its Uoard of Supervisors
ugainsi praying clonics wun uqum
projected from tho mouth. Tho de
Undoubtedly tho ordlnanco In ques
tion stops far short of being a tbor
.FED, 5. 1300.
X. E.; 8 a. m.. velocity 2. direction N,
E.; 10 a. m., velocity 19, direction S.W.;
noon, velocity 21, direction S. W.
I itainiau uunng i uours enucu s a.
" A private letter from Washington m" ?, nlJl; , . , , .,
say, "the Hawaii delegation will get ' To a I w . .vement during 21
wha they went lor. mi u nope u.o ----------- - --
humidity, 8 a. m., C.CtO grains per usn anu unuiscnininaiinB aucoiuu
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., tcmovo causes of nfcctlon from laun.
77-.,(- ,intVnnint k n m Ri dry work and In beginning with Chi-
'.. ' . . . - ' . ii nnan tmimlrlna It mnif lin nlttifil(h WA
Wind. u a. m., velocity 6, direction i " .uuu.. .., ..mwUBu -
iiuye uui, (uui iiuiijiiiK iiiuvbu nuo
In tho minds of thoso who urged or
mado It. but this la not a enso in which
to apply tho saying, "First cast out
tho beam which is In thlno own eye,
for tho thing sought to bo prevented
U undoubtedly nn'unwbolcsomo and
gentleman was fully posted.
Mr. Harrlman Is fast making rapid
Itrldn toward tho ownership of a
largo share of the earth set apart on
the map as the United States of America.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
8ection Director, U. S. Weather Ou
Insanitary practice. Tho facility with
which germs of dlseaso nro communi
cated by tho saliva is common knowl
edge It Is Impossible to guard against
tho danger of Infection from tbls
spraying process by anything less than
its absolute prohlblCion, henco wo can
not say that tho ordinance Is unreason-
rrt.. .ini nr i. nmifl,.tninflni nn' nhlQ or her&UBO of its annllcatlon to
Volcano Marshal had learned to llko' , ,, ,m..i m.i,..,i.nn ,.i,n u Chlnoso onlv that it is class lecisla-
Ihc Cblneto. .Then a mob came along chnrc'C(i wth cmbcizllng funds of tho.tlon. Tho Uth amendment Is not In-
" M"i" " """"",. ii. i ITcrrltory, wnicn wcro in nis custouy ituuvu m mum iuiuiu.n.; .uu. .uu
-upon ho recalled the old California ng cIcrk 0f tno waterworks Depart- 'practices ou tho solo ground that It Is
fplrlt. Under the circumstances he can ',, bcg:ln beforo Judg0 Und8ny this I Indulged In by Chlneso only,
not bo blamed. Imornlnir. Denutv Attorney Qenernls Tho objection that tho ordlnanco
Prosser nnd Fleming nro conducting makes imprisonment a necessary al
Authority to fine but not Imprison tho proaeculIon wi,u . O. M. Hob-' though Indirect consequenco of its
III be welcomed by the county ordl- crtgon npPears for tho defendant. Tho ' violation would bo concluslvo against
nance violators as leaving tho Super. I , forenoon was taken up with tho' Us alldlty if such wcro tho fact for
visors up u tree. County authorltlcH 8cccton ot n jury It g cxPected that 'no County Act docs not authorlzo this
couiu mane K very interesting ocur, i n juw wln b0 gccurej uurng tho aft- either expressly or by necessary Im
uy iiuuiismiifc u iibi ui uun... ..- icrnoon
l-A . .!.. n tll n .Mnlrtt lltflMI I"WU.
XCtJUlIU U llllVUi Ui JUII IU Uiunv ...via
3jrss s w tflyt mON'
yPiUlt iMUMKt Anm
Senator Halo will have no difficulty
Understanding Just how Hawaii feols
regaidlng tho Phlllpvlno Hill. Ho has The funeral of tho late Col. A. F.
nfion iipnni ihrf neonlo of his State Allen takes placo from tho late rcsl-
talk on tho necessity for protecting ' dence, Victoria and Ucrctanla street?,
lumber and hay from competition with at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Pall
products of peoplo over tho line. Tho bearers will be F. A. Schacfcr, C. M.
kltuatlon Is similar, except that tho I Cooke, P. C. Jones. J. O. Carter, S. M.
prosperity of Hawaii Is vastly moro Damon, F. W. Macfarlane, E. I. Spald-
Uependcnt on sugar than Is Malno on Ins and A. S. Clcghorn.
Lay and lumber.
S. Onkl, n Japaneso woman who
Senator Hale Is very properly oppos- keeps a store on tho watcrfiont, has
(ng tho Phlllpplno Dill, yet ho Is said lost her sampan and its crew of tno.
to bo moro frequently consulted by tho men. nnd sho believes they havo left
President than any other member of for nnothor Island with tho boat. J.
that body. Thus our peoplo learn that fcCready, who Una chargo of tho
r man may bo friendly with tho Prcs-Jmoorlngs of tho sampan licet, has not
Ident, and not consider It necessary to noticed the boat for a month, and to
bow the kneo to his every wli.m. Thel day ho went to sco tho owner- about
President unquestionably thinks moro It. Sho Is sure tho men have escaped
of Hale than he could If the Senator, with the boat, and sho Is lamenting Its
were to follow tho plan locally sug- loss, which amounts to about $173.
gested for Hawaii not open In oppo- Tho boat Is No. 90.
sltlon, but secretly aiding enemies of
the administration policy,
The troubles of Kona aro resolving
Into a bombardment of communlcu
lions with tho apparent purposo ol
making political capital. Tho tar ol
politics sticks to the utterances of tho
nttacklng forces so steadfastly that It
Is very difficult to determine tho full
justice or tho (situation, Throughout
the school troublo nnd tho affair ot
tho leper Biispects, thero has been
much to strengthen tho belief that ev
ery protesting movo was mado wlli a
vlow to producing political or person-
nl capital to be used at a future tlma
pgainst tno uepuuncon auminisiranou
of tho Territory or tho County, pos
This Is particularly true ot tho re
cent communications ot David Alawa,
which, though they may bo and doubt
Jess were written by that gentleman,
have a rcmurkably similar phrasing
nnd spirit to tho comments of Mrs.
AtMifrlnv Tlr Atrliprlnv lintlv ilpnleH
that he has anything to do with tho HOUSE and LOT, Maklkl St,
troubles except in a processional way
nnd either he or somo ono else has
t said that ho does not caro for the po-
j'tltlon ot Territorial physician In the
;; in mucn tno same manner it is claim
ed that tno removal of tno District
Magistrate Is not sought because ot his
habits, but on account ot his failure to
fender justice on a certain occasion,
us a result of his habits. Ho seems to
have hold, tho office for a good number
of years, during which time some ot
his present opponents havo not found
blm such a bad man, or at least they
were able to contemplate bis presence .COR. FORT AND MERCHANT GT&,
without making a cry to heaven.
J-'rom the distance of Honolulu, ino nunuLUMJ.
plication: but although worded In tho
conjunctive, tho ordlnanco requires tho
alternative cither ot payment ot tho
fine or Imprisonment In caso ot its
Imprisonment cannot lawfully bo
imposed cither as a direct penalty or
Indirectly as a consequenco of non
payment of fine, unless authorized ex
pressly or by necessary Implication.
Six Japaneso wcro found guilty In
tho Pollro Court today of gambling.
and were caih fined J- in addition to
II each for costs. Dice, curds nnd 1
In canh were found with them at tli9
time of the rnltl by tho police,
The Supremo Court this mornlno
opened Us February term with tho fol
Motions Wm. Notlcy ct al. vs. C.
Ilrown ct al: defendants' motion to
quash; Kinney, McClanahan & Cooper
and Uallou & Marx for plaintiff In er
ror; Holmes & Stanley and Cecil urown
tor defendants In error.
Territory of Hawaii vs. Lau Oln;
plaintiff's motion to dismiss; Attorney
Ocncral for plaintiff; C. C. Hitting for
Cases. Territory ot Hawaii vs. Lau
Din; exceptions from Circuit Court,
First Circuit; Attorney Ucncral for
tilnlntlff ; C. C. Hitting for defendant.
James Armstrong ct al. vs. Ane Ke-
onl; appeal from Circuit Judge, First
Circuit; W. C. Achl for plaintiffs; R.
w. Urcckons for defendant.
Seattlo Browing & Malting Co. vs. A.
I. Campbell, Treasurer; exception from
Circuit Court, First Circuit; A. Q. M
Robertson for plaintiff; Attorney Qcn
eral for derendnnt.
Wm. Notloy ct nl. vs. C. Brown ct nl.;
exceptions from Circuit Court, Fourth
Circuit; Kinney, McClanahan & Cooper
and Uallou & Marx for plaintiff in er
ror; Holmes & Stanley and Cecil Urown
tor defendants In error.
In re Extension of Kukui street from
liver Ftr.cet to Llllha street; excep
tions from Circuit Court. First Circuit;
M. F. Prosser. Deputy Attorney Ocn
cral, for Territory; Kinney, McClana
han Cooper for claimant.
In the matter' of tho motion to quash
In Notlcy vs. Drown argument was
beard on the subject of the possible
disqualification of Justice Hartwell,
and this matter was taken under ad'
Plaintiff's motion to dismiss In the
caso of Territory vs. I.au uln was
California Feed Co.,
i Sole Agents
Messrs. Kobuyakl Yamagaml, Kuma
taro Tashlro and Tatsusabura Nozawa
on Saturday night spread a banquet
nnd gavo a reception In honor of tho
opening of their soy factory on Pua
lane, oft King street, Palama.
Somo forty prominent Japaneso
wero present. Representatives of tho
English dally papers were also guests,
together with a representative ot 11.
Hackreld & Co.
A great tablo was set beneath a
largo tent and good things to cat and
drink wcro In abundance. Oclsha
girls entertained on a rmsvd platform
and watted on tho guests.
Mr. Yamagaml Is tho head of the
new concern and ho mado a speech In j
which ho explained the coming Into,
uoing Ol mo iaciury. no rcinumeu
that Hawaii had In 1904 consumed
$120,000 worth ot soy from Japan and,
slnco tho duty was about 35 per cent.
It was tlmo a local factory existed.
Tl.o Hawaiian soy, Yamagaml said,
Is a homo product, for the wheat is
grown on tho mainland and tho beans
aro raised In theso Islands, making it
nnd American product. Hawaiian salt
Is also used in tho manufacture. Ya
magaml Is a chemist.
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOU8E and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 75x126; modern
Lot 60 x ao; modem cottage,
Trnst Co., Limited.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
Trent and company
Weekly Dulletlc SI Pr yef.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices rauch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment t
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PR1CE8.
MILVERTON GETS ANIN
(Continued from Pace ')
Tho new plant his advantage by making a motion to
will probably dp a great business. The BllvBnco tno motto,- on the calendar,
soy Is put up In kerosene tins nnd Is ., , .. . ,ki
every bit as good as tho imported ar- Thls was olso 0pp0SCl1 by Wnlt'nK'
tlclo. If not better. Sample bottles but tho Court finally set tho hearing
Screened room, good locality, 7.00, Ail
uruss j. iiuuctin. 32uu-iw
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were distributed at tho banquet, Manyjpf tho question as to whethor Anlna
speeches wcro mado and everybody
wished success to tho enterprise.
its- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
exceptions from tho Circuit Court
should Ho. for tomorrow at 10 a. m.
Whatever Is tho result ot this bear
ing. Mllvcrton has at least gained tho
distinct advantage of hastening tho
proverbially slow foot ot justice.
Should ho bo successful tomorrow
Judgo I.lndsay'a sentence wul Immedi
ately tnko effect and Anin win ue
speedily clapped In Jail, It Is, ot
course, a forcgono conclusion that la
that caso habeas corpus proceeding
will bo Instituted, still the matter will
bo kept moving at a rapid pace, whlcu
Is at prcsvent tho greatest aim of the
prosecution, In order tbat tho oxampld
tho Orand Jury has tried to create In
too Anln matter may loso nono ot it
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