Newspaper Page Text
EVENING I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY, TEH. 7, 1906.
Published Kvcrjr Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINttTON.. Editor
Entered at tho Postofflco at Hono
tulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Or month, anywhere In U. S
tar quarter, anywhere. In U. S
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
ir months ,E0
r year, anywhere In U. 9.... 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
O. O. DOCKUB. Duslncss Manager ol
the Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
la a true and correct statement of cir
culation for the week ending Febru
ary 2, 1905, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tbo Evening Dulletln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 27 2378
Monday, Jan. 29 2123
Tuesday, Jan. 30 2105
Wednesday, Jan. 31 2118
Thursday, Feb. 1 2116
Friday, Feb. Z 2212
Average Dally Circulation 217S
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
-Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1906 2329
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1048
COMBINED guaranteed average
By C. O. BOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to bo
fnro mo this 3d day of Fob
SEAL ruary, A. D. 1906.
P. II. BURNETTS,
Notary Public, Honolulu. County of
Supervisor Lucas recalls the old da) s
when ho says tho Territorial govern'
ment is slow.
Taxpajers of Oahu County can well
afford to have tho Hawaiian band o
forth equipped as a real band.
A tourist section of pa u rldcra would
lie pretty and something the visitors
could not enjoy In any other placo on
Itenubltcans are agreeing on party
rules. A hopeful preliminary to tho
. campaign that win certainty uo inter
esting If Wade Warren Thajer has got hold
of the real truth of the case, police of
Koolauloa havo been taking lessons In
the Kona school of justice.
Until Mr Carter himself has re
signed, the public had better lcnvo him
fit. Garden Island.
There Is nothing more to sny.
There is prospect that tho Chinese
boycott will at least aid some Senators
fclgned, the public had better leave him
whli h Is the great suurce of contention
nt this session
Chamberlain and Balfour having de
cided to disagree, It Is about tlmo to
hear what Campbell llanncrman In
tends, for ho Is the 'Individual really
ahle to do something.
It Is to be hoped members ot the pres
ent Grand Jury aro doing no more than
their duty; at least not pla)lng politics,
as might be Inferred from a niornlug
The man who predicts tho extinction
ot the sugar Industry with every putt
ot an ill-wind, Is now declaiming on
where the Islands would bo It every
mill were to burn down.
Fortification appropriations as made
up for this session of Congress look
fairly good for Hawaii, but tho country
will gain far greater benefit by putting
all the money of the proposed rebatu
fund Into Immediate action.
"It never rains but It pours" Is un
doubtedly a text that has been occupy
ing the Governor's mind during his en
forced Idleness. Especially since his
whole family has Joined In the grip
test. Under tho old ccntralltzed form ot
government, years would havo been re
quired to secure tho Hawaiian band
for a mainland tour Then It might fall
because of somo technicality. When
the people handle their own affairs, as
, (bey should do, you find prompt action
Uncle Sam counted without his host
when Mrs. Nakulna was Included In
the "Beef Trust." The Incident will at)
least establish the point ot whether
vegetarians have any real Interest in
beef combinations and the responsible
lty of tho Government in keeping wit
nesses away from home.
One blessed assurance ot the sugar
outlook Is that largo Cuban producer!
made enough money last year to enable
them to store much of this year's crop
and thereby escape belling at a Iosb.
The market has some elements ot
strength notwithstanding tbo prom
ised surplus production.
r . srctl,mr nf.v.8r.r l8l,o.p vole Trust Co., Limited, h rl h kx
B In The Friend that the County Com-1 ' I il II j llWl
K mlttees aro corrupt and various other) Jksaal Mi JL Mmmm Mmmm MX JLsssw
unpleasant things. Soon It will be np-iCOR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
!T proprlate to Inquire what County Com
ImHk tnlttee the reverend gentleman referred HONOLULU.
to, or whether he was simply Indulging
In somewhat bitter airy persiflage.
A certain class ot people alwajs (1ml
It difficult to understand why men are
respected for tho honesty of their
opinions though they bo In opposition.
This certain ilasa repeatedly recom
mend the back-door and back-bltlnn
schemes of discussing public policies,
but gain no points or respect tor their
THE WRECK OF THE VALENCIA.
Details of tho wreck ot the steam
ship Valencia on tho est coast ot Van
ioue"r Island Is a repetition of tho uld,
old story of tho struggle for lite made
practically hopeless by criminal neglect
and cowardice. Not that magnllkcnt
deeds ot self sacrifice were lacking, but
the cltlcnco of tho survivors points to
ItiBumelcnt equipment ot lite-saving
apparatus and conardlce on tho part ot
somo of tbo crew but moro especially
ot commanders ot vessels pretending
to go to the rescue and finally turning
Interviews published with officers of
at least one steamer show that the com
mander started out with tho declared
Intention of saving tho passengers of
the Valencia, which was fast breaking
up. Ho got within sight ot tho steam
er, caught occasional glimpses ot tho
men and women clustered on such por
tion of the wreck as was still above
water, and after deciding that he
could not send a boat ashore turned
his ship about and left them to their
fate. His excuse was that a boat could
not llvo In such a sea. He admits that
he did not try It or even call for vol
unteers to essay tho alleged "Impoiv
slble" task. Ho did not even "stand
Survivors who escaped In boats that
did pass through this sea In which tbo
captain said no boat could live, and
others on llfo rafts told a pitiful talo
ot watching the approach of this steam
er with rovlvtng hope, nnd men went
mad when they witnessed tho cowardly
act that left them to their fate. Had
tho steamer remained In tho vicinity II
could at least have saved the lives of a
few who died on the ratts from ex
posurc. Acts of cgwarulco In times
when there Is n mob rush for placet of
safety may bo excused. Such coward
I co or criminal carefulness as this man
man showed, can And no excuse.
Granted that this cantaln's nnxletv
tor additional assistance was well tak
FEB. 7, ISOC.'en and that ho was Justified In running
away wunoui a valiant struggle to sue
cor thoso about to bet dashed to pieces
on the rocks, tho Incidents ot tbo
wreck should demonstrate the value ol
wireless telegraphy cnulument on all
steamers, especially those carrying pas
sengers. This would of tour 60 necca-
sltato the establishment ot receiving
stations on shore.
Had tho steamers Involved In thta
disaster carried wireless telegraph
equipment they could readily have com
municated with each other and the
shore thereby hastening tbo tardy re
lict that was nvallablo too late to cave
lire, wireless telegraph has passed
beyond tho experimental stage; cqul
mijnt Is not excessively expensive nor
mo operation extraordinarily difficult.
The time cannot be far distant when
experience nnd common sense will force
us insinuation on all craft as a mens
tiro of protection, although on tho At
lantic liners It Is now used as an added
convenience for lussencers.
Tho lessons of grpat catastrophes nro
forgotten all too soon by tho people
They arc quick to cry out against cxhlt
bltlons of cownrdko and nlm n imain,r
plaudit to the more frequent displays
"i numan courage uraaually, how
over, they eomo to realize that the
march of science should bo nvalled In
providing protection ago list disaster!
not only Bcrvinir the i-imwninnrn nf n
few who leuve the many to take their
chances on storm swept shores anc
with cowardly captains sent to tho res
It IH IlllUPrufnnil tltnt UnifA,... lnl.
la Governor Carter's preference when
u tunics m naming a successor
7sK Fine Jon Printing t th. n,,l
St 'ArfTHeNTItiaia... M
NUUANU VALLEY: 13 acre
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOU8E and LOT at Punahou.
81ze of lot 75x125; modern
HOU8E and LOT, Makikl 8L
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
j""""iiw""" : ""-rtrr'i
m. & .
Wm v If
Cold Affected Head and Throat
Attack Was Sovere,
Chas.W.llowman.lst Lieut, and AdJL
4th M. S. M. Car. Vols., writes from
Lanham, Mil., as follows t
"Though somewhat averse to patent
medicines, and still moro averso to be
coming a professional affidavit man, It
seems only a plain duty In tho present
lnstanco to add my experience to the
columns already written concerning tho
curatlvo powers ot reruns.
"I have been particularly benefited
by Its use for colds In the head and
throat. I nave occn aoie 10 tuny euro
myself of a most severe attack In
forty-eight hours by Its use according
to directions. I use It as a preventive
whenever threatened with an attack.
"Members of my family also use It
for llko ailments. We aro recommend
ing It to our frlonds." C. W. Bowman.
Pe-ra-na Contains no Narcotics.
Ono reaton why l'cruna has found per
manent uo In so many homes Is that It
contains no narcotic ot any kind. It can
bo used any length of time without ao
quiring a drug habit.
Address Dr. Hartman, President ot
Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
Ohio, for free medical advice. All cor
tespondenco hold strictly conQdontiaL
For special directions everyone
mould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by all chemists and
druggists at one dollar per bottle or
Ix bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspond
ence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delay In receiving a re
ply, should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Benson, Smith & Co. wilt supply the
fetall drug trade In Honolulu.
Tho Honolulu Symphony Orchestra
will hold a grand rehearsal tonight at
8 o'clock preparatory to tho concert
which It will glvo at tho Opera Houso
Friday evening. Tho orchestra, which
counts twcnty-flvo Instruments, as well
as tho soloists. Miss Drusllla Marx and
Miss Maud Kinney, will go through
thotr numbers on .tho program. As
tho previous rehearsals havo shown
over) thing to bo In perfect readiness
for tho concert, tho rchcnrsal tonight
will without doubt bo a most cnjoyablo
affair. Tor this reason tho club has
mado special arrangements to accom
modate this evening such of Its asso
ciate members who would wish to an
ticipate tho pleasure of tho perform
ance on Friday by attending tho re
hearsal. HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kalmuki Lots
homes for sale
Trent aNB company
WE ARE NOW 8HOWINO A LINE
0 OF o
AT SPECIAL PRICE8, 8ALE TO
CONTINUE TILL ALL
These silks are warranted to be per
fect In every particular, and at the
prices quoted are exceptional bar
gains: Fancy Silks, stripes, etc....75J yd.
Oriental Pongee, colored dots.75 yd.
Ponglnette, mixed silk and linen
Chiffon Taffeta, all colors. $1,00 yd.
Loulslne Silks, all colore,, $1,00 yd
44-Inch 811k Mull, white with
black dots, reduced from $3.50
to S2.00 yd.
1 Dress Pattern, Flowered 8llk
Mull, reduced from J50 to..., 25
Hand Embroidered Linen Shirt
waist Patterns ....$5 to 12 each
Flowered Batistes and Organdies.
English Madras Shirtings, all white
35 per yard
N FORTY-EIGHT HOURS
(Continued from Pane 1.) I ho holds sway Is not easy of access
Lcong Wah Kce, Immediately set t Honolulu nnd for that reason the
shout tho trial of a Japanese. When Pplo "ped an honest and capable
I naked what was going to be dono man as their peace officer. I am thor.
shout my enso ho said: "Oh, that's dub hly convinced of Kcknuoha's thor
n.aii..nn.i i. ..hi Mnmtnv ." tiiia with-, ough dishonesty and rascality and I
out calling tho caso or giving me any
opportunity to bo heard In tho matter
of the contlnunnco. I protested with
out avail, nnd then asked that my cli
ent be arraigned, at least, and that I
bo given an opportunity to seo the
warrant of arrest and find out what
Me chargo was, as I had only learned
tho facts through a Chlncso Interpre
ter. The judgo said ho had no war
rant; that If there was one It was In
tho possession of Kckauoha. The lat
ter at first denied having such a docu
ment and then dented my right to sco
It until the case camo up for trial:
laid thero was no law that compelled
him to let tho defendant sco what
charge was brought against him until
the caso was up for trial) Ho further
refused point blank to Interpret to the
court my request for an arraignment,
while all tho court would say was ' The
caso Is postponed, tho caso Is postpon
ed." As tho final result of tho caso
showed, all of this was mcro pretext
on the part of Kakauoha to get rid ot
Lcong Wah Kce's attorney and wit
ness, for on tho Monday following I
was not nblo to go down again to
Laic, and Kckauoha', by promising
Leong Wah Kce that he would be let
off with a smalt fine, secured a plea
of guilty, and Nalnoa Imposed a flno of
Thrco Dollars. I had carefully In
structed Lcong Wah Kce not to plead
guilty, for the facts showed his com
plete Innocence ot tho chargo ,and I
was afraid of Just such a gamo upon
tho part of Kckauoha. Now tho re
sult of tho matter Is that tho defend
ant's license may bo revoked at any
Hmo by tho Treasurer of tho Terr!
lory and his bond forfeited.
At tho tlmo of tbo arrest of Lcong
wah Kce on tho chargo mentioned
above. Kckauoha found in bis nossca
Hon a shotgun. This ho immediately
confiscated, and when tho Chlncso
protested ho was told that ho bad no
right to have a gun In his possession
without a license. When I asked Kc
kauoha why ho did this, and stated to
him that tho law regarding shooting
licenses had been repealed In 1905 and
that thero was no law forbidding n
man's having a gun In his possession,
Kckauoha asked what business It was
Df mine, and said Impudently: "Well,
what aro you going to do about It, any
way." Whilo preparing notices of appeal In
tho Leong Wah Kca caso abovo men
tioned, I was a spectator ot the kind
of Justice that is meted out to the peo-
filo ot Koolauloa by Kckauoha and Na
noa A Japancso had been arrested
tor selling liquor without a license.
Tho proceedings were all In, Hawaiian
(tor Nalnoa speaks llttlo or no Eng
llsh) and tho Judge took notes on looso
scraps ot paper, that being his method
of complying with tho law regarding
tho records of district magistrates.
Thero seemed to bo no question ot tho
defendant's guilt nnd tho Judgo was
l bout to nronounco sentence when I
noticed that Kckauoha was calling his
attention to tho Chapter on tno salo of
Intoxicating liquors In tbo Revised
Laws. This chapter was repealed In
toto by tho Legislature of 190S, ns joit
sro aware, and when I Informed Ko-
Icauoha of that fact, ho was complete
ly taken aback and would not bcllovo
tno, scoffing at my statements. I was
reluctant to sco an Ignorant Japancso,
who wns without counsel, suffer flno
pr imprisonment, so I called Kcknu
oba's attention to tho Session Laws
bf 1905, and ho had tho defendant dis
charged. The foregoing statements ot fact
n III show you tho kind of man ou
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B. KERR & GO. Ltd
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 Ol RECREATION,
ALL THE C0MF0RT8 OF HOME.
Tickets' and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co, or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King. S3.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr. Vi, leaves at 8:22 a. m.:
returmnj, anlvc In Honolulu at 10110
I have as deputy at Koolauloa. As 3 on
aro well aware, the district over which
think you will agree with mo that his
utter Incompetency la shown by tho
facts I havo given. lie Btioulu be re
moved from office.
AN1N IS REMAINED BY COURT
(Continued from Pse I.)
a Judgment was entered subsequently
It could not relate back and antecede
tho sentence, and In such case Judg-j
mem nau ucen rcnuereu wunoui me ,
defendant being present.
With regard to tho point that the1
quostlon asked Anln was Immaterial,
Humphreys stated that tho record
showed that tho Grand Jury was Inves
tigating tho case ot John Doe, charged
with maintaining a lottery, while the
question asked was whether Anln was
maintaining a gambling game, which
wag certainly Immaterial. Humphrejs
also touched on tho point ot the ques
tion being Incriminating, and the un
constitutionality of tho statute In the
When Judge Humphreys had closed
tho Court told Mllvcrton that It desir
ed to hear him argue on tho first point
Mllverton went on to show the Judg
ment Blgned by Lindsay, which found
him guilty of contempt and sentenced
him to imprisonment. He held that
the record which showed that punish
ment had been Imposed would also
show that the defendant bad been
found guilty, and that In cases of di
rect criminal contempt It was not ncc
essaty that tho defendant bo present
when sentence was Imposed.
Frank Thompson rose to make tho
rloslng argument for Anln, when tho
Court declared a recess until 2 p. m.
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 6, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
II M Dow by mtgeeto S II Derby... D
J II Hanlon to Trs ot B P Bishop
Albert 8 Wilcox nnd wf to James Lo
ta et al D
Melo Kuralkl and hsb to Hllo Sugar
Louisa F Mcndonca and hsb to John
II D'AlmcIda M
Kalchua and wf to A Horner D
John P Kalo to Koloa Sugar Co.... I.
Ilobert W Sbarpo by County Shff to
Henry Van Glcson ShffSalc
Entered for Record Feb. 7, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Mlnnlo Hanalko and hsb to George
N Wilcox D
MBranco to M Folapola and wf. .Rcl
MBrnnco to M Folapola and wf..n.el
VYahlne A Latarus to Lena O Rose-
Wahlno A Laiarus to Alexander La
K Lazarus and wf to J J Dunne D
J J Dunno to Alexander Lazarus.. ..D
A I Ornellas to Jacinth F Ilapozo..D
Jacinth F Ilapozo and wjto A B Llnd
QUINTAL In this city, Feb. (1, 19llG,
to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Corrca Quintal,
a Bouncing Baby Boy.
Andrew Jackson Houston, Republi
can, who Is contesting tho scat of M
S. Brooks, ot tho Second Texas district,
Is a son ot tho famous General Sam
Houston, formerly a Senator from that
A Word About
The Metropolitan Magazine
For 1906 -
V V and
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Jutt to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR
DO YOU THINK?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
I. F. COLBURN III, Manager.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of air
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nished. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
Kakaako has a ghost, or at least a
nocturnal visitant that has all tho
symptoms ot an orthodox spook. It
first presented Itself last night, coming
suddenly out of a groo of algcroba
trees and terrifying a number of ven
turesome youths who wero out seeing
whether Honolulu was going to hell, a
la Hath. Somo half dozen boys were
sky-larking along a road en route to
the beach, when a luminous, filmy sort
nt nothingness darted before- them and
bobbed hauntlngly In tho middle ot tho
road. Tho form, In the hasty glanca
the young men gave It, bad every ap
pearance ot the kind worn by humans,
but It seemed more llko a cold, ghastly
(lre-flguro than anything they had ecr
before seen or heard of.
"It's a ghostl" cried one, nnd they
all ran, agape with terror and with
Now thoy are trjlng to determine
whether tho vicinity is really haunted
it whether they were collectively
dreaming. Such Is tho jard that comes
from Knknako today.
- m -
IS HONOLULU GOING TO HELL?
A Banker asked this question of a
j Bulletin reporter Latt Saturday even
ing me eaitor or mo uuneiin went
through Patama with Rath to find out.
The story of It will appear In
ITHOUT reservation It cat be claimed for The
that today It stands pre-eminent In
Is an essential In evjry refined home
efficient editorial manajement, Its pages each month provide
entertainment and mental recreation for an ever Increasing multitude. of
readers. The coming year's list of contributors Includes no name not famil
iar to those Informed on all literary matters.
Keeping pace with The Metropolitan's literary excellence are Its notable
art features. Superb reproductions In color, the work of artists of world,
wide reputation, will make Its pages unique. There will be other exceptional
ly beautiful art contributions In black and white.
What follows Is merely a suggestion of what The Metropolitan Maga-,
zlne coming to you twelve times during 1906 really means.
The best of everything In every dpartment of literary activity and ar
tistic production will be yours. A serial of absorbing Interest and numer
ous short stories and poems, illustrated In a way that materially adds to
their meaning are In each number-
The Metropolitan Magazine
Twelve times In the next twelve months for One Dollar and Eighty Cents,
or at all newsdealers and booksellers at Fifteen Cents a Copy.
THIS FINE MAGAZINE 18 GIVEN FREE TO A NEW 8UD8CRIBER
TO THE EVENING BULLETIN FOR SIX MONTH8 AT W00.
Office. KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
UNITED 8TATE8 OF AMERICA.
IN THE DI8TRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED 8TATE8 FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
WHEREAS a libel was filed In tbo
District Court of tbo United States
for tho Territory of Hawaii on tho
sixth day of Fobruary, A. D. 1900, by
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM
PANY, a corporation, Llbcllants, vor
bus tho Steam Drcdgo PACIFIC, bor
engines, boiler, machinery, tackle, ap
parel and furniture. In a cause of dam
ages, civil aod marltlmo, to recoer tho
sum of 130,000, as by said libel, refer
ence being hereby made thereto, will
more fully and at large appear,
NOW, THEREFORE, In pursuance
of tho Monition and under tho seal oC
tbo Court to mo directed and deliver
ed, I do hereby glvo public notlco to
all persons claiming tho said steam
dredgo "PACIFIC," her tackle, en
gines, etc., or in any manner interest
ed therein, that they bo and appear
before tho said District Court to bo
held In tho city of Honolulu, on Fri
day, tho sixteenth day of Fobruary, A.
D. 1906, at ten o'clock In tho forenoon
of that day, provided tho same shall bo
n day of Jurisdiction; otherwlso on tho
next day of jurisdiction thereafter;
then nnd thero to Interpose their
claims and mako their allegations In
that behalf, otherwlso default and con
demnation will bo ordered.
Dated tho sixth day of February,
A. D. 1900.
E. R. HENDRY,
U. S. Marshal.
Kinney, McClannhan & Cooper,
Proctors for Llbcllant.
S3f"For Sale" cards at Dulletln.
Its particular field
In the land. Under
IklBaW''' . 1 '