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Vol. XV HI No 3S02
HONOLULU, TKIIKITOKY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY FKBKUAKY 8. HMJO"
Pbiob 6 Oknts
Louis Boys Head First Count List
AUK ' .,'.- .
Serve Without Pay
WILL USE SALARIES TO BUILD SIDEWALKS
Chester Dojle brings from Maul the
report of "a most disinterested action
on the part of the Supervisor of trip
County of Maul, who have decided to
wrve without pay, In order that their
salary might be nunt In a much need
The bad state of a sidewalk In Wat
Illicit was the direct cause for this mag
nanimous action. For some time past
the plank sidewalk on High street, be-
tween Courthouse and Market streets,
has been in very poor shape. At places
where tho old planks had fallen on
or had been destroved new planks had
lieen put In. and as these were thicker
than the old ores, they acted as many
stumbling blocks. Several accidents,
Borne of them quite serious, have oc-
turred for tome time rast on this ac
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Tho Walluku reople were natural y
very anxious to have a new- sidewalk In
H latf of the old on. and In due course
of time the matter JMrought up be-
fore the Hoard of Supcrvlsora. Then
there was a dUagreement. Tire Wal-
Jukn people wanted tho sidewalk, bu
S c?n .r t nbunckeSnaK rthor
"hem.e.Mve.Uand"ra'voU I. county fimd,
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lng modest men, they did not consider
that their services, however valuable, '
were worth the sum of 150 a day. As
a consenunce a resolution was put and
carried by which the pay of thsuper
visors for one whole )ear will lie da
oted to th paying for a new cement
Mdowalk. From this fund tho only
money which will be drawn by thd
Supervisors themselves, will be wiouRh
to pay the actual expenses of tho out
raiintrv iwmi,i u;in hovA in trvi
considerable distances to attend tba
(-inminV p Kiiiinoic. ..!.. nt ii.hi.
house Inspector for the Hawaiian Is
lands, will leave on the U. S. S. Iroquois
tomorrow at 1 o'clock for Kaunakakal
nnd Pukoo Landing on Molokal, to In
spect light-houses. He will go from
there to McGregor's Landing, Labalpa,
Kanahena.'liaalaea, on Maul, on official
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The Kalulani Home for Olrls Intends kala Ranch c a denylnB comp,c.
to build a new, large building on the A. lly ln tne trllst aliened
V. Cooke property on King street. It uy m lDe tr"n a"Pe
will cost about 125,000 and will hata
accommodations for dftty girls. I PirTllDECniIC DIINAHAI'
The next conslnnment of tha Tronic
-Frtjlt Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Ala-
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells-
Fargo office, King St
The Kash Company Ltd.
IY. IN IS GIVEN
' id IXIilN
Tho Grand Jury this forenoon enjoy.
ed nn tntercatlns session with Ita old
frcn(j( y. JVnln, who yestorday after-
noon decl(j0(1 jt wa8 lest to nnswor
lbo qucstioni put t0 hIm In order to
cep out of jan yesterday Anln noil-
flcd JuiIg0 LDitay tnBt no WBntcd to
urge MaMit of contempt by answor-
lng tho nue,ton, tjj,, Qrand jury
wncn hail aJJourncd at the tm0i wag
jmracdatc)j, calIed to8ther. and Anlo
wade his answer, thereby escaping th
,Bon Lar at ,a8t for' gcnt
Tho Attorncy Qcncrafa DepKrtment
, much IcaBCd nt tha oulcomo of th9
mac a ,t , expcctcd that tD0 vc.
, , t example to other
wltC8SC, whlch wm facrntat0 D a
mar)(Cd the work whlch ,b,
trney aDeral Mllverton, who did
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ono and one hall houra, aud must evl
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. LA,n' w" h?j " Jury hi.
Kli5,hBHn111SllS, "fiS,,'" "2.J UE,
CaP'101 ,b""dl?gIS0k I ?Lb!m"
Chung Mee Hng had boon before be
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"v.dently not llkp the business.
"I no do anything." said that worthy
fentleman. "Wha's tho malla? I go
M 'or men when pollco arrest him.
I bajl n'l MM pooplo, opium man,
thief man, all kinds; not alone gam-
blcr ' ball kanaka, haole. Porto III-
coj that my business. I mako him lit-
Itle commission, but s'poso man run
away 1 lose. I do alloe samo business
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Answers In the beef trust case have
been filed by Louis von Tcropsky, Rich'
ard C. Searle, Lorrln A. Thurston, John
tlvAnrl TI 1) Hnlrluti nnit ka Ifala.
llVk UnLkYULl 1 U11HUUU
At tho Alexander street entrance to
tho Oahu college grounds there are be-
Inc erected artistic abutments to tho
large gateway, Tho stones are already
covered with lichen and are being so
placed as (o preserve this beautiful
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give ptrfect
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
MADE DY '
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
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The statement Is mado In ono of to
dav's papers jttiat. Anln, who appeared
before the Grand Jury today, admltl'd
that he was engaged In running a clio
fa game the first of tho present month.
A person In a position to know states
that this assertion Is absolutely false.
Anln, It Is claimed, denied that ho liaO
been engaged In conducting a cbe fa
gama on Januiry 31st or any other
date. He answered the questions of the
Grand Jury but he deolcd connection
Alth the conductor cho fa games. Anin
said he Is a business man and knows
nothing of phe fa.
The defense ln the K. Vivian Klch
rdson embezzlement case was put on
this afternoon. It was a record break
tr, occupying scarcely half an hour.
Auditor Fisher was the first witness
called. Ho stated that the $204.75 col
lected by the defendant on February
IT. 1801. bad gone Into the Treasury,
District Court Cleric 11. I. Zablan tes
tified that Andrew Drown had testlflcd
In the lower court that Richardson had
a private drawer In tha ofnee safe. This
evidence was taken to contradict that
given by Drown at tho present trial.
finally u. II. Lewis tooit the stand to
testify to Richardson's condition on tho
night in question Lewi and Richard
son and other had been shaking dlcu
In a saloon. Lewis said that Richard
son had participated ln the game, but
was so drunk that ho did not know
What he was doing.
At 2:30 p. m. the defense rested. The
Jury was excused until 10 a. ra. In
order to allow the settling of tho In
struction!. "i H1Y II
Mir is mm
A number of the High School bova
and girls are going to present a most
Interesting play entitled "ills Excel
lency The Qovernor" at the Opera
House on tho evening or the 2th In)
slant, for the benefit of the Senior
class, 'OC. The following enterprising
young people are now engaged In post
lng the city with advertising material:
Miss Helen Drown, Miss Iwalanl Rip
ley, Sam White and Mr. "Danral". Mr.
Bert Llghtfoot Is general manager.
.BASEBALL ON 22ND' '
On Washington's birthday the Dia
mond Heads will play tho Lusltanas
and the Punabous will go up agalnut
tbn Honolulua, In exciting baseball at
the baseball park, , '
For Rent" cards on sale at
tha Bulletin office.
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 Investejl, This Is the
true road to wealth and contentment.
Fort Sired, Honolulu
BALLOTS FOR AUTO
Tho first shower of ballots shows that
morn than ten people want thai, nulo
mobile, and there arc so many other
good things In the list every aspirant
feels that to be second or even tenth U
ample reward. They all want It and
they are going after It. .
Tha tendency of balloting Indicates a
larger percentage of clubs than has
been In evidence before but tlicru Is no
lark of Individuals. No rooner had the
automobile been mentioned than tb
host of friends of .Admiral Decklqy de
cided that he must Indetd lie represent
ed but It was only after a rldo In tb
great Rco that the Admiral yielded to
their urgent solicitation that they Ik
given this opportunity to show hlm
their great esteem and prove his pop
ularity. There are others of course. Lots of
them, and they are all good fellows.
That Is. most of them Some, as will
bo noted by reference to the list; are
ladles. That they are popular goes
without saying, and whether It be the
popular admiral or Captain tlregory cr
any one of tbe clubs In the list, the
ladles will bo hard to beat. Since Ore
gon has set the mark nur Indies hav
derided the gentler sex of Hawaii U
entitled to recognition, and tho Dull
tin would be tho last to refuse them.
St' Louis College Allumnl Association
Mrs. C L.Diskcrson
Admiral Geo. C. Bceklcy y
Tommy Kcarns ;
Dtfmond Head Athletic Club : v .
B. P. Of E. Elks No. 6 J6 v
Lcjo Lorrillard Cummins
Kaimuki, Waialac, Palolo Impvt. Club
Aala Club '
J, Rodrlques ,
Honolulu Athletic Club ,
August Martin ...., '
J. D. McVeigh V w.
8. K. Kamaloplll ;
Bralnard Smith ', . . i...'. .
H. D. Joe .........., 7
J. P. 8cully .' ...-,
H. Silver t....t , . . .'. ,
Kohala Club t .V
I. K. Dillingham' i... ."'.
Harry Macfarlane . ., ,
Albert Vlerra ,...,
Walter Macfarlana ..., ,
Captain Gregory (Mlkahala)
J. A. Combs (Mskaweliv ., l -,
C, Loula ,
Nothing of Interest or of question
ablo cbnracter was disclosed regarding
tbe Gcrmanln Life. Mr. Doromus, In
ono stage of his examination, explain
ed that his company i!ld a largo part
pt business In Germany, and bad never
had any difficulty with that govern
ment. "What Is the character of tho busi
ness In Germany?" Mr. Hughos asked
"It Is better In every respect," was
tho frank answer, "It costs less to so- j
cure and remains longer," Mr.iHughes,
Q. Why Is that? A. Thoy haven't
bean educated up to tbe wild method
U, What do vou mean by wild me
thods? A. Paying too much for tba
busIness.-iNew York Tribune, Decern,
bor 21, 1001. i,
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CARTER WILL SIGN
Contrary to the report that tbo Gov
ernor has refused to sign the papers
on which the executive authority Is
transferred to Secretary Atkinson, It
Is stated on good authority that tho
papers aro held In readiness for Jack's
riturn anil that the Oovernqr, far fron
refusing to sign them, U prepared to
Tho Pacific Kobekahs gave a whlit,
party at tnoir nan tins evening.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.,
Stock: and Bond Brokers. v
Offlces3Xor.,Fort.and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No.-4.
Thoro Is certain to lid somo vigorous
bot footing between tho organlzatlaa
of young men that have entered their
favorite club. The Klks. Well every
body knows them. The Diamond Heads
ore new In a way, but the club Is mada
up of the old' boys. H.A. C. Is a nami
to conjure with nnd when tho St.
Louis College gets Into lino there Is
certain to be action. ,
Speaking of clubs and things
brings tip the Kohala Clnb, the patrons
of which nre still riding In a Bulletin
auto nnd cnjovlng it.
Ballots published with each Issue of
the paper aro very much In demand.
Cvery one counts and every little helps.
And the Bulletin Is always good reau
Ing. Many others and lively contest
ants for tlrst filiuc will be added to tho
lilt hut the first count given below It
pretty good for a starter.
It should bo remembered that thcto
weekly counts made by the Bulletin of
(Ice force nre only preliminary. The
ballots aro all carefully preserved tn
jbo again counted when the commltteo
. representing the contestants meets for
I tin- final official count. Kach week's
j ballots aro scaled and held as a guar
, untce against any errors or misunder
standing: , A
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All Hawal wlll.be on tho-lookout for
total eclipse of the moon tonight. It
Is scheduled to start between 8 and U
p clock and will continue to about mid
As the scientists have It. tho moon
tntrrs the penumbra at 0:24; It enters
the shadow at 7:27 and the total
eclipse begins at 8:27, the middle of
ilio ocllpse occurring at 0:17, ending
at 10:00 and the moon leaving the
shadow at 11:07, leaving Uio penumbra
at about nine minutes ot tho next day,
tomorrow, or at 0 03.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINGL
Have Just Opened a Large
LARQE-SIZED RUG8 IN
and TAPE8TRY GOODS,
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug,
s WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 8 The Hawaii business delegates, headed
by Delegate Kuhlo and W. O. Smith, called en President Roosevelt today and
discussed Hawaiian' Interests. t
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$20,000 For Cofer
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 8 The Urgent Deficiency Bill, reported to
the Senate today, Includes $20,000. for the Honolulu Quarantine Station.
RATE DILL PA88ED.
WASHINGTON,, a C, Feb. 8 The bill against railroad rebates pasaed
the House today by a vote of 346 to 7. This bill, which now goes to the Sen
ate, la the great source of contention In the present session of Congress.
t KILLED IN MINE. EXPLOSION.
HINTON, W. Vs., Feb. 8. Nearly forty men were killed today by a mlna
explosion In Fayette County.
HOCH DENIED REHEARING.
SPRINGFIELD, III., Feb. Q- Hoch, the wife murderer, has been denied
BRAZILIAN OUTIES ON SUGAR.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil, Feb. B.Tht duties on' sugar hava been reduced
to 200 mllrels.
ROME, Italy, .Fan. 8. The Cabinet has announced Baron Sonnlno as
SAN KDANRI8CO, Feb. 8. Sugar: 96 degree ccntrlfugala, 3J6 cents, or
U7.20 per ton. I'revloua quotation 3 10 rent a.
Dects 88 analysts. 8s. Previous Quotation 7s. 10Hd.
Tomorrow the special committee xit
business mn, having In .charge thu
matter ot securing assurances ot
freight contracts from Honolulu mer
chants for the proposed new steamship
line between Honolulu and San Fran
clsco.wlll start around among tho mer.
chants to ascertain from each Just hovt
much downward freight can bo guar
Krom previous unofficial assurances
It Is felt that the canvass will prow
most encouraging and that there will
be no difficulty, as far as freight from
San KranclsVo Is concerned. In tha way
of the enterprise.
There will be not canvass for sub
scription to stock here for the reason
that (he capital has already been as
sured, chiefly from tho mainland syn
S. D. Kingsbury has opened law of
fices ln tho Doston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telephone Main 1S2.
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our OREAT CLEARANCE 8ALE of
Misses', Children's and Infants' Shoes.
Highest grade ahoewear for one-fourth, one-third and one-half tho
regular prloe. Every mother la Interested and asking "How can they
We can and will easily explain when you coma In.
Note the reduced prlcea, then come early and buy. You will be
sure to meet some of your friends here,
200 P'lra Misses' Tan Shoes; lace, button and slippers. 8lies
11 1-2 to 2 1-2. Former price $3.78, J3.00, $2.50; NOW 75.
300 pslrs Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only. Sizes
8 to 11. Former price $2.75, $Z50, $2.00; NOW 50 d.
' 100 P'lrs Infanta' Tan, Red and Black Shoea. Sizes 21-2 to 5.
Former price $2-00, $1.75, $1.50; NOW 50t.
TERMS CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
PHONE MAIN 282 , 1051 FORT STREET HONOLULU
A prominent Japaneso called at tha
Bulletin this morning and said:
"According to advlcea received by
Japanese of this city lu the last malt
Consul, General Tayul, who baa been
stationed In Australia and la now in
Japan, will be appointed Consul Oca.
oral of Japan In Hawaii. Mr. Tayul
has been long In the consular servlca
and la a very able man. He' will sua
cred Consul General 8alto. Mr. MatMl.
bara la the only Japanese hero who
tblnka Conaul Salto will return."
"Are you In favor of Consul Salt
or opposed to him," askexl tbe Bulletin
man of bis Informant.
"I am not In favor of him," was tin
lt is very apparent that the op
ponents of the Consul are jlecided In
creating the Impression that he will,
not return. Meanwhile tbe Actluj
Consul saya that so far as bis Informs,
tlon Is concerned such statements nre
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