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Vojj. XVIII No 3300
HAWAII'S PLEA HEARD IN COMMITTEE
And Districts 'Agree On
New Rules For Party
CENTRAL COMMITTEE'S FINAL ACTION
Republican party mica, as amended
after several 'months of careful con
sideration, will be finally passed tomor
'row evening at a meeting of tho Ter
ritorial Central Committee of ,tho Re
publican party at headquarters on
Today It Is declared that all argu
ment has ceased, and that Fourth and
Fifth District men will tomorrow como
together, agreeing not to disagree and
tho new rules will becomo law with all
A meeting was to havo been held
last Saturday evening for tho purposo
above noted, but there wcro so many
attractions, with a boxing contest, tho
automobile sensation at tho Orphcum,
a luau or more, dances and lodgo
meetings, that a quorum could not bo
Perhaps the most Important of tho
rules tu go Into effect Is that which
provides that anybody, serving as a
delegate to a convention or ns a com
mitteeman, who shall oppose a regu
larly nominated candidate, shall for
feit his right as such delegate or com
mitteeman. This rule Is not for tho
purpose of barring members of anyl
club or civic federation, applying par-'?0
ilr.iln.lv In convention dolenates ad
members of committees.
Representation In tho convention Is
to bo on the basis of the Senatorial
vote, one delegato for every twelve
votes or fraction of seven or more
w-u ... .in t .... i.-..l. l.n.d
Thcte will be two ballot boxes, one
for Territorial delegates and one for ,nh uU t' d , 8ho Is herself
County and District delegates. la vegeterlan"
The County Committee Is to havo, 8hc ,urthermorc "emphatically de
general supervision of the party work c, tnat ,bo cvcr knew or ncar( 0,
within Its own County. any comblnc to raise tho price of beef.'
In Counties of more than ono repro- Tne ,)rlceg ,m,j for )- Mave t0 the
scntatlvc district there will bo sub- j,e8t 0r ncr rccoiiectlon varied from 314
committees In each district. In Oahu, t0 n ccnt, pcr pounds, and she under
for cxamplo, the County Committee st00d that theso prices wero paid by
will bo made up of the Fourth and retailers In open competition. She says
Fifth Districts' representation and B!ie knows nothing ot agreements, com
theso district representations will bo blnatlons or trusts and Is willing that
tho district subcommittees and havo it such aro found to exist among any
direct charge of affairs in such ds- other persons that tho tamo should b
Proxies can be given to men In thei Mrs. Nakuina asks that the cast
samo precinct or within tho samo dls- against her bo dismissed. She also
trlct.- I shows that she has made her home on
The County and District Convention Molokal because ot her health, but has
will nominate for the Senate, the been forced to remain In Honolulu to
Houso of Representatives, and County meet tho different postponements of the
officers. The several district delega- hearing, and with fear of the J50W
tlons will vote separately for Repre- penalty If she failed to appear She
nentotlves, as before, and for local Ml" that tho court decree her $300
County officers laa compensation for her enforced stay
Most of the amended rules havo at- ' Honolulu to the detriment of hnr
ready been passed. Those which hava health, and for tho anxiety caused by
not received final action will bo passed th, Brav, charge,
tomorrow and then tho rules will be The Joint and several answer of Fran..
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The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'a selected pineapples wllf go
forward to the Coast per 8, S. Ala-
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells-
Fargo office. King 8t
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The Kash Company Ltd.
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3 0LD AS WELL AS NEW SUBSCRIBERS ARE ENTITLED TO
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The most peculiar answer of all tin
lot which has been died by defendants
In the beef trust caso was presented to
day by Mrs. E. M. Nakuina. who not
only Bhows that she Is not In tho trust
but goes after tho Unltod States for
damages tor tho Inconvenience tho suit
has canted her
Mrs. Nakuina shows that she ownt
" " Metropolitan mcbi u0
. Ltd.. and knows none of IU officers with
the exception of Q. J. Waller, to whom
she sells her cattle and who pays net
for the same.
With regard to tho allegation that
beef Is a necessity of life Mrs. Naku-
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.els (Jay. Aubrey Robinson. J. It. Gay
I II nnlilnann nnd A II id Tlftrilnonn liaa
also been Hied, denying tho allegation!
that they are Interested In the beef
Qreen (In factory): "What kind of.
a machine Is that?" Drown: "It's a
stationary engine." Green: "Get outl
How can it be stationary when It S
ruunlngT Chicago Dally yews.
are tailored from tho choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
ctotha 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 the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
HONOLULU, TEIUUTORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY FEBRUARY (I. 190(5
This afternoon Deputy Attorney
General Mllverton secured from
Judge Lindsay tho mittimus under
which Anln Is placed In tho custody of
the High Sheriff to serve his sentence
of ten days Imprisonment for con
tempt. The mittimus was placed In the
hands of Deputy High Sheriff George
Sea for service. Anln was tounu wuu
out difficulty, and was placed under
In the meantime Judge Humphreys
has prepared a petition for a writ of
habeas corpus for Anln, which will be
presented to Chief Justice Frear as
soon as possible. As Frear Is attend
Ine the funeral of Col. W. F. Allen, It
will probably not be presented before
late this afternoon. It Is presumed
that Anln will be released under bond
until such time when the writ Is made
KOI 11 IP
WITH MACDINERY FOR
That large losses may not be Incurred
through a failure to properly handle
the sugar crop at Onomca plantation,
on Hawaii, some Immediate arrange
ments must be made to meet tho dam
age done by the flro which destroyed
the boiling house on Saturday nlgbt.
Kona plantation has offered Onomr.it
the use of eight centrifugals which will
not bo needed on Kona for perhaps a
year and It Is probable that the offer
Will bo accepted
BAND AT HAWAII
In respect to tho memory ot the lata
Col. W. F. Allen, tho Hawalan band will
not give Its public concert at Thomas
Square this evening, the late resident.
of deceased being in the lmmedlat vi
cinity of the Square, but will Instead
glvo Its concert at the Hawalan hole!!.
BUSINESS HOUSES CLOSE
Alt the banks and most ot tbo prin
cipal business houses ot the city closed
their doors at 2 o'clock this atternooit
In respect to the memory ot the late
Col. W. F. Alen, whose funeral occurs
at 3 o'clock,
A private cablegram received today
from Treasurer Campbell announces
that ho will leave Washington today
on his way homo to Hawaii nel. Hois
expected to arrlvo In tho China tcb-
- ruary 19.
Hackdrlver Gouvcta and Clerk Wood
ward testified this afternoon In the
K. V. Richardson case. Doth gave evl
denco regarding the attempt which the
defondnnt mailo on tho night ot Feb.
17, 1901, to have Woodward go with
him to tako $150 out or tho Water
Is what counts, not what you earn.
When you have saved money don't let
it lie Idle In your wallet It won't
work for you there. Bring It to us and
let ua Invest It for you and you will
soon be receiving dividends which can
In their turn be Invested. This Is the
true road to wealth and contentment
Trust CoM Ltd
Fort Street, Honolulu
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TODAY IS A GOOD TIME
Habeas Corpus Writ
Gain Anin's Liberty
SUPREME COURT DENIES HIS APPEAL
The Attorney General's Department
today Anally succeeded In brlnrfnn
Y. Anln up against tho prison door tot.
the contempt of court he committed la
refusing to answer the Grand Jury's
question, Tne Supremo Court todaj
dismissed Anin's exceptions from
Judge Lindsay's sentence, and the du
tendant is thur remanded to the cus
tody ot the High Sheriff, but it Is cer
tain that Anln will not have tb spend
the ulglit In durance vile, for as soon
as he has been surrendered, a writ ol
La'.eas corpus will be sued out, and
the fight will be on again.
The question which the Supreme
Court was to decide today was whethci
tbc exceptions taken by Anln from tlV
Circuit Court would lie or not. It did
not appear that JudgoJlumphreys was
niuili worried about the matter, as c
mattit ot fact he stated to tho court
that habeas corpus might tako longer
lime than exceptions, as be could ap
ply.for a writ ot habeas corpus to an)
Judgo In the Territory, Judge Matthew
Uian In Kona, tor Instance, and thus
cause great delay.
Humphreys went on to argue on till
"onstructlou of section 3073 of the o
vised Laws, which deals with contempt.
Ho held that this was a case of civil
contempt, from which exceptions would
lie. and not criminal contempt, in
va asked by the Court to detlno thesf
"All well. Hepburn."
This Is tho text ot a cablegram re
ceived this morning by Mr. and Mrs,'
?! Tn7.no Associated Press cablo!
formed of the Associated Press cable -
gram puDiisneu Dy mo morning paper w, lIo d nncnor cllnln fouleiI
i?itomtV&iSMyZftr l,Ur.1rrd WW bB"
Is seriously 111, and Immediately ca
bled direct to Inquire for details.
The response Indicates that an error
was either made by the press associa'
er made by the i press associa-1 diver, with whoso assistance the ancher
by the paper In nterpretlnBchaln was extricated, but It was found
V""?J!L !" cab"
It might havo reference to Mrs. Cham'
borlaln's brother, whom thoy had
heard might be Invalided homo from
the Philippines, or It might bo some
Hepburn entirely outsldo their family
ties, for they would undoubtedly bo
kept Informed by cable as to any se
rious trouble In tho family.
Tho many friends of tho Chamber
laliiH and Col. and Mrs. Hepburn will
bo pleased to learn that fears for tho
health and comfort of tho Congress
man wcro without foundation.
The Gcrmanla Life, since Its begin
ning, has permitted Its stockholders
ono vote for every $100 worth ot stock
hold, and Its policy holders ono vote
for every $100 of reservo accruing to
tho noller. Mr. Dorcmus said that ono-
third ot the company's business Is dono
"Havo you ever had troublo with
the German government?"
"Never.. On the contrary, their treat
ment has always been most courteous. '
The New York Evening Telegram,
Dec. 20, 1905.
Governor Carter's condition Is re
ported to be still favorable In every
way. His temperature la normal and
be spent a good night. Tho Governor
Is sitting up through the day and has
even walked a few steps.
S, D. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices In the Roston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telcphono Main 192.
ejsy'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Ham) Waleihouse Trust Co., Lid.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
VOTES IN THE S2000
t'vo kinds of conlcmpt and did so ex
tc.'iiporancously, stating that civil con
tempt was any refusal to obey the ordei
ot the court, while criminal contempt
was committed by. acts ot violence and
boisterous conduct, such as was pun'
tshable by statute committed In the
presence of the court. I-nter on h
found and presented authorities gtvlni
practically the samo ccnnltlons.
The court indulged in a icngtny ex'
amlnatlon ot authorities, whereupon
Chief Justlco Frear rendered tho opln'
ton, stating that tho Court did not
deem it necessary for tho other side tc
Frear stated that for the Court U
allow appeals In cases ot direct con
tempt would bo nugatory of the pow
ers of courts. Tho question was wheth
er section 3073 permitted a remedy o
this sort In a case of this kind. The
section did certainly not give any such
"This statute, as far as It goes,
strengthens the view that no appeal,
exceptions or writ of error would lie
In a case of direct contempt," said tho
(Vnirt In mnrltistrm "In tlm nnlntnn
ot this Court this Is a case of dlrecrj
criminal rontcmpi. i no exceptions are I
Justice Hartwcll added that If a civil
contempt was committed In this casa
l (Continued on Page 4.)
Tbo Pacific Malb Steamship Co. thti
morning filed a libel for $30,000 dara-vncn tho name ot his caso was called ta.Vo more than two weeks," said Po
ages against the dredger Pacific. It Is i,n stood ud and danced nervously up to: "and wo will at least have fifteen
' fcllow" lhttt when tbe 'enmhP s'uerla
, , . Honolulu NoVember 10. 1905. a
Biccvu. 11 was uusmv lur me vcbbui iu
anchor then and there, so she anch-i
oreci a roue dh suore anu seni lor a
jrom tne man. ana tne vessel was uo
layen seven nours.
It Is futther shown that the steam-
ship, on her arrival at Yokohama, liadi -i don't know, air," ho answered In
tbo wire removed by divers, this worklIC, a low tone that It could hardly
lasting for three days and one night he heard.
in January me Bioeria reacnea uanj
Francisco, wnero sue was oruerou
placed in drydock and surveyed. The
repairs Involved great expense and tho
docking caused great delay. It Is point,
ed out that thcuvesscl. when tho nccl-
dent occurred, was within the lines of
the harbor and neither her officers nor,
pilot know of the location of the cnble,
The libel goes on to show that the
wlro and chain belonged to the dredger
and by Us gross and culpablo ncgll
The damago caused Is shown to
amount to $30,000. A writ ot attach
ment against the dredger Is prayed for
also tho amount stated.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILOINO.
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-8IZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 6. Delegate Kalanlanaole's bill for the es
tablishment of a public works fund for Hawaii Is being considered today by
the House Committee on Territories. This bill carries out the President's
recommendation for setting aside 75 per cent of Federal revenue of Hawaii
as a public works fund.
The fortifications appropriation for this session Includes $1,087,000. for
the Insular possessions, divided so as to give $600,000. for sea coast batteries
and $150,000. for the purchase of sites In Hawaii and $300,000. for guns and
(Atioelated rreti Special Cable)
ANPINQ, Formosa. Feb. 6. The Drltlsh bark Mobile Bay has been de
stroyed by fire. The crew landed here.
DEADLY OREGON COLLISION.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 6. Four persons were killed and ten Injured
by a collision today on the Oregon Railway and Navigation line.'
BALTIMORE, Md., Feb. 6. Nine
today near Curtis Bay as a result of
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Feb. 5
Previous quotation, 8s.
To trial In March
ENTERS PLEA OF
Frank Johnson, tho Waialua mur-
uorer, whose ntroclous deed caused tho
entire local community to ferment a
few weeks ago, this morning entered
a plea of not guilty. Ho will bo tried
during tho end of March.
Johnson appeared before Judgo
Lindsay this morning nt 9:30 o'clock
to glvo his plea to tho charge against
Li-, r m,.r.ir in n.n tirst iWrpn.
,d down tho court room. His hands
-Z-, vin rni,ilv .lnmr tho hem of
- uroldlng. Ho
when Judgo Lindsay asked Johnson
-,... h . nle. wa.. he geomed 0U te
rattled iis attorney. Judgo Kings-
SI" M-ho w.,,3tea to defend
JobS'sot "stale" fhT'Sl tad adv.seS
hl Ucnt wnat to pUad Johnson wai
Ued acnln bv tho Court what bll
Tn0 Court ordered a plea of not
riiiv ontprr-.i nml left thn sett ne of
lho ca80 for trial to tho attorneys on
.n,h .Mp nii Jiulcn Klncslmrv lm-
mediately had n consultation with At-
torn0y General Peters about tbo mat-
..,. nn.i Kinnimrv nerecd to set
tho tmo for Ul0 gctung of tho enso
fo trtal for March 6, with tho Btlpula -
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our
Misses', Children's and Infants' Shoes.
Highest grade shoe-wear for one-fourth, one-third and one-half the
regular price. Every mother Is interested and asking "How can they
We can and will easily explain when you come In.
Note the reduced prices, then come early and buy. You will be
sure to meet some of your friends here,
200 Palr Misses' Tan Shoes; lace, button and slippers. Sixes
11 1-2 to 2 1-2. Former price $3.75, $3.00, $2.50; NOW 75.
300 pairs Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only. Sites
8 to 11. Former price $2.75, $2.50, $2.00; NOW 50.
100 Palrs Infants' Tan, Red and Black Shoes. Sizes 21-2 to 6.
Former price $2-00, $1.75, U0; NOW 50t.
TERM8 CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGE8.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
ONE VOTE FOR
THE EVENINQ DULLETIN
S2000 PRIZE CONTEST,
TUESDAY, FED. 6, 1906,
This vote It good for seven daya 9
II VIII UIV
PniOK 5 Oknts
colored persons were burned to death
children lighting the fire.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, Is 10 1-2d-
NOT GUILTY TODAY
(Ion that tho tilal shall bo then set
own definitely for a day certain, to
V.o not more than ten days after
Mh 0. In splto of tho difficulty
which has so often been encountered
hcfe In securing Juries In Important
"'T'lor casci '.Peters expects that .tho
rll will bo finished by tho end of tho
present term, which expires March 31.
"I don t think tho entlro trial will
days, from March 15 to tho end of tho
month, and possibly moro. At alt
events. If wo should not bo able to
finish tho case Ir, March, the Court
.mil vumiuuu wuu iuu uiuiiur miu
April until tho caso Is ended."
AlliYT llllv 1IIIMI
llUDT IN II DV
iUUKI MV JUKI
do 10 WITNESS
Tho following Jury was this fore
noon secured to try tho E. Vivian Rich.
ardson embezilcment caso: 8. Lesser.
II. I.vmnn. J. C. Abrou. W. C. Oilman.
W. It. Walters, K. O. White, J. Or-
ilnnstnln. Jns. Ilnuchton. J. J. Alberts.
A. A. Dunn, A. P. 8linpson and J. F.
Sopor. Tho Court and Jury left for
lhe residence of Andrew Ilrown. tha
former Superintendent of Water
Works, to hear his testimony, as
Urown is too III to appear In court,
GREAT CLEARANCE 8ALE