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EVtJMtNO HULLET IN, HONOLULU. T. It.. TUUHSDAV. TF.XI. 8, 1906.
ers. In his opening R(atcmcot beforo
tho Chicago court, read an excerpt
from n letter of tuo President on
wliltli these men baso their uopcn 11
at 10 KImbSm Honolulu y 1 1" "Ucn "10 t"""8 ns nn aaw1"
fit 1.0 King Street, Honolulu. Lm by tn ,,r0(,0plU tnat the Depart-
1 J1, u' iuo !,,.! ,f fnmmnND nn.l Tjllinr nnit tho
BULLETIN PUBLI8HINO CO., LTD. Department of Jtistlcc'worked together
, ' i to Indict tho packer 'supporting tho
WALLACE R. FARRINttTON.. Editor lontcntlon of tho packers on wliich
1 ' they rest for Immunity. Tho packers
Entered at the 1'ostofflco at Hono-i "lined to put tho letter Into tho caso
-tolu as second class matter. oltlenco, Just as If tho President
.. ...... mm.i irt.tinnii nnnndrnini.
eiu inviti null n:oniim .4irv..i..n
It. The letter was written by the
President On June 15, 1805, at tho tlmo
tho Federal Clrand Jury was sitting In
Chicago on the llccf Inquiry. Tho por.
tlon nuoted reads:
"With my approval tho Department
of Justlco with tho nsslstauco of tho
Department of Commcrco and Labor,
has tor some months been endeavoring
year, postpaid, foreign 11.00 to find out whether or not thoy obtain
Weekly Bulletin legal evidence or sum winui anu Un
ix months $ .60 liberate lo!atlons of tho Injunction of
Prt T-r anrwhrrn In II B 1 no any muiviuuai. a ine urauu jury.nuw
for VZ' tolTnaW forelcn M - ln Chlca5 Bd an "
rer year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00 ,., . i,Hvi,inni rnnnortixt viih
Payable In Advance.
Jt , Evening Bulletin. '
k" j Or month, anywhere In U, B..J
i "ter, quarter, anywhoro In U. 8. .
t' .: Per war, anywhere In U. S 8.00
FOR WB II
Territory of Hawaii,
4 thn tuirhlnir rnrnnrntlnnii It will tiA ho?
) cause In their judgment such local cv-
,, . . )! ldcnce of tho violation of the lnjunc-
Honolulu, County of 0ahu) on nM been laid beforo them.".
C. O. IlOCKUB. Business Manager o Tho iottcr 8 purported to be signed
the Dulletln Publishing Company, Urn- py President Iloosovclt and Is taken
Ited, being first duly sworn, on oath, by tho defendants as proof of their
deposes and says: That the following contentions.
Is a true and correct statement of clr-i j:,iard A. Cudahy. Uio Omnha pack-
culatlon for tho week ending Febru- crj cams to havo been directly threat-
pry i, iua, ui me wan mm ! nc,i Wlth imprisonment by uommiB
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin: goncr Garfield after refusing to ghe
circulation or Evening Bulletin, tno Commissioner Information regard
Saturday, Jan. 27 23B Ing tho packing business. His attor-
Monday, Jan. Z9 zizj ney argued that tho securing of evl
Tuesday, Jan. 30 210S dence against tho packers from the
Wednesday, Jan. 31 2118 nackers themselves In Itself constitute
Thursday, Feb. 1 2116 ed a promlso of Immunity to tho lnfor-
Friday, Feb. Z zziz mants.
Average Dally Circulation 2175 The particularly Impresslvo part o
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin. this play beforo tho courts Is tho pure
Tuesday, Jan. 30, 1906 2329 y technical defense. Common honesty
Number of Weeklies delivered on has no place In tho game as far as It
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1048 has been exposed. Thcro Is no claim
COMBINED guaranteed average that tho law has not been broken, or,
By C. O. BOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 3d day of Fcb
A SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
1 P. II. BUUNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
.FEB. 8. 190U.
having been, that they havo any rcgrcv
over It. What's moro, they seek to
mako tho President, who Is respon
sible for their present unpleasant po
sition, also held before the peoplo as
responsible for tho failure to convict
LIHUE YANITY FAIR
I.lliue, Kauai, Feb. 5. 'Are ou clbv
n-ii. th -Como Acatn' Country " at dissimulating? If not. you had
This may not suit tho tasto of the better begin practicing at once, be
Promotion Committee for n catih cause you hnve only a month In which
phrase, but It tells tho whole story of ,0 prcpar0 your80if for tho part you
old residents, newcomers nnd tourists nro RolnK t(J pny nt th(J mcetlnK of
tho disguised Vanity Fair at Llhuo. Of
Don't forget tnowy slopes. courso, you claim to be part and parcel
of whnt constitutes V. F. on Kauai and
The "rubberneck coach" will follow thereforo expect to bo thcro. But If
In the wake of tho "Sco Honolulu" car. you doubt belonging to that category
' ijou will havo to go because It Is going
Let us hope Dan Case hypnotized ttw to bo tho most cnjoyablo thing that
-outfit, If he didn't conWncc them with has ever happened on Kauai. It you
- When the gin famine arrhes an
(Antl Saloon Lcaguo Day of Thanksglv.
Mng will be In order.
don't bcllcvo It, look at tho namos that
go to mako up the iiiircrcnt commit-
,ecs below, ami you will bo convinced.
Patronesses Mrs. W. II. Wee, Mrs
S. W. Wilcox. Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, Mrs.
II. W. T. Purvis.
The Cnslellanes refutnl to be recon- Judges Mr. W. H. Rico Sr., Mr. S.
died may bo n great Internatlonil W. Wilcox, Miss Mumford, Mrs. W. H.
event. It sounds moro llko n fool fairf- tllce Jr.
Hv row Invitations Mrs. C. A. lllcc, Miss
" ,. I Wilcox. Mr. J. A. Palmer, Mr. J. D.
The morning paper would havo the WHIard.
gamblers followed nowhere exiept Into Refreshments Mrs. A. S. Wilcox,
politics. It has about as much appetite Mrs. J. A. Palmer,
for honest effort to check Ice as n hog' Decorations Mrs. Weber, Mrs.
has for angel cako lBet,t8C ,S.lr' .m?,te'.,;,Mr',M,a8f.r', ,
. Prlzos Mrs, A. H. Itlco, Miss Mabel
W. H. nico Jr., Sam
Criminologist Chester Doyle hai
returned from Maul, where he did a
pretty piece of work for tholbencflt ol
tho Board of Health, by landing Taut
suml, a Japanese quack doctor wht
has been tiracttclng mcdlclno without
a license. This Is the second tlmo
Doylo has secured tho convlcttonfrof
Tsutsitml on this charge. When he
started from Honolulu tho genial
Chester explained to his friends that
he was taking a trio for the benefit
of his health, bcacuse he was troubled
with Insomnia, and It seems that he
kept his ees prctty'well'open.
uh uiy , ivvot iBuisuiiu was ur-
rested at Walpahu and convicted ol
practicing medicine without, a license.
He was lined (150, which he paid. The
understanding being then that he was
going to 'leave the country.
Somo time ago .the Board of Health
found out that Tsutsuml was up to his
old tricks somewhere on Maul. The
case was given to Doyle, who located
bis man at Pala. Doylo secured a Jap
anese whom ho sent to Tsutsuml for
treatment. Tho self-styled doctor said
tho man had a bladder complaint and
stuffed him with gallons of medicine,
which tho criminologist cheerfully paid
When the arrest had been made tho
prosecution was somewhat delayed by
the disappearance of Doyle's Japanese.
It was ascertained that he had beeu
Induced to depart for parts unknown
In the meantime Doyle' had still suffi
cient evidence against his man, as he
and Deputy Sheriff Saffery had been
watching from a hiding place, when
Tsutsuml was doctoring the Japanese.
The case came up before District
Magistrate. McKay of Walluku last
week. Doyle acted as prosecuting at
torney and witness all in one and Re
cutciI tho conviction of his prey, who
wns fined 2C0 and costs.
ilia TO an
1.8ml Commissioner Pratt stated to
day that the Molokans, who are to ar
rive hero In the near future, will, m
loon as they arrive at Kapaa, begin
harvesting the Makce 8ugar Co.'s crop
on the Kapaa lands. They will do thts
Kork under a certain contract and
will thus be enabled, while working for
Bpaldlhg, to familiarize themsehes
with cane cultivation.
Sualdlng will nay rents for tho Ko-
uaa lands until tho date of the cxplia
lion of his lease, about a year,. from now.
He will surrender certain portions of
uio innu on wnicn tnero is no crop
growing, and on these the Moiukbiii
will be able to locate. As soon as tlie
Molokans settle on tho place where
Ihcy want to locate tholr lllage, the
ilto will be surveyed for them.
NEW - TO-DAY
The Symphony orchestra last nlghl
held lis fln.1l rehearsal preparatory to
tho concert It Is to give nt the Opera
House tomorrow nUht. Whllo the tlma
for preparation has been short tho
players havo made up tor that by hard
work under tho gble leadership of UI
mtor Stockton, and It was evident to
everyone who heard the rehearsal last
nlcht. that tho final i performance will
bo n credit to' tho organization.
While tho orchestra went through Ita
ehllro part ot ths program Miss Dm
ellla Marx was also present nnd sang
the part of Slebel In Faust among oth
er numbers. Miss Marx's olco Is far
beyond the amateur stage and the con
cert would bo worth going to to hear
her alone. Her voice Is rich and full,
her delivery dramatic and full ot ex
pression. Those who have not as yet
heard Miss Marx will have a surprise
ln store for them, and those who have
already beard her will undoubtedly go
to hear tier again, Tho orchestra's
work of accompanying Miss Marx If
no easy task, but It was performed in.il
night In a very excellent manner.
Another soloist Is Miss Maud Kinney,
who will play Chopin's B. Minor
Bcherzo. Miss Kinney" recently studied
In Europe and. tho wonderful technlqua
she acquired thcro will be amply dem
onstrated by her performance ot this
piece, which, although there are prob
ably seeral ot Chopin's other compo
sitions which are moro appealing, Is
certainly one which presents great dif
ficulties. Thoso who have heard Miss
Kinney play this, piece state that out
side of the technical display her Inter
pretation ot the famous piece Is very
interesting and charming.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
HAWAII, AT HONOLULU, IN THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, AT THE
CLOSE OF BU8INES8, JANUARY
Loans and Discounts ..$
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Bonds to secure cir
culation , ,
U: 8. Bonds to secure U. S.
Deposits . . .,
Premiums on U. 8. Bonds
Bonds, securities, etc. ...
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures .,..
Duo from Stato Banks and
Duo from approved re
serve agents .;
Checks and other cash
Items i ..,..
Notes of other National
Fractional paper curroncy,
nickels and cents ....
Lawful Money Reserve In
Speclo . ,....$380,422 C5
notes 340 00
Redemption fund'wrlth U.
8. Treasurer (5 ol
9,500 00 '
7,924 10 I
New Process Gas Ranges
These have beer) 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 Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICE8.
Capital stock paid In .. 600.000 00
Surplus fund 87,600 uu
Undivided proms, less ex- v
penses and taxes paid.. 1,852 93
National Bank notes out
standing 227,200 00
Dividends unpaid 416 00
Individual deposits nub.
ect to check 675,790 28
D.Muand certificates of de
posit '. ..r 29,665 41
Cortlflcd checks sui u
United States deposits .. 57,406 6!
Deposits of U. S. disburs
ing officers 1C7.639 25
Liabilities other than
thoso abovo stated .... 22,800 00
Total , 81,770,374 65
TIia ftlnli ullti a miPTinsn Itl n tltlfi lfi
which the Smphony Orchestra organ-' I uncli Sir,
izotlon can properly lay claim It Keepi ",',",,. , M a,n
iih inii.rpt in drat claBs musle nnd Mlsuc Mr. J. H.iConcy, Mr. Slog.
Is deserving tho support of Honolulu Celt. .,,. ,
neonlc. .. ...ub-- ..f,.w .
, cox. s . t
.!,. !,. ...nfnlnn. nnntr 'ur -'lUUK-I Mr, J. II. V..
Doorkeeper Mr. II. D, Wlsjiard, Mr.
v yW f Sr,
wC. wTf OOK MmotHomi
FOR SALE '
ty government successes. That doesn't mrry Hmyl"c'
lessen the excellence of the County rec- .,.,,.. v
ord or popular approval. The Hawaii.1 Tho appeal or rroda kunst, charged
., i,n,i ,,n,i,, r,,nntv,.nw.rnm..nt enn "Mi selling liquor without n license,
abroad twice In two cars. Under the JJ8 ty dismissed by Judgo Do
old Rocrnment once In ten j ears would Holt. Mrs. Kmist entered a plea of
haio been speedy. ,". " th? Dct Court and was
m I fined $100, the minimum penalty, nnd,
Without more detailed explanation as a consequence, tho appeal was dls
the public doi not understand why "!"' r being no grounds for an
tho police should not be paid by the 'ncia
sheriff If the roa'l workers are paid by
tho Hoad Supervisor. Thero Is no
doubt, how out, that tho blanket war
rant scheme Is lacking In much that
la good. Tho secret of tho outcry
against turning money over to the
Sheriff for distribution Is factional
politics pure and simple.
BEEF PACKERS AND ROQSEVELT
Whllo the Iloosovclt administration
Is doing Its utmost to mako Beef
Tructs and tlib railway magnates bo
have themselves, tlieso associations of
individuals uudcr friendly agreements
nro not backward In worrying tho Ad
ministration, Tho combinations have
little In common except that they ara
combinations, and success ln breaking
up ono Is ccrtnln to endanger the con
tinuant e of tho Illegal acts of the other,
Roosevelt has forced his personality
so lgorously Into this strugglo to
bring Big Business to nn accounting
that the policy may with truth bo class
id as more Iloosoveltlan than Repub
lican. Iloobovclt has forced tho party
Into it, and tho majority tako It pleas
antly. Neither the railway men nor tho
jiackcrs havo been sltw, however, to
accept tho personal challenge ot the
President, The Beef men especially
appear moro than willing to bring tho
President's personality Into their caso
now beforo the courts. They go so far
os to claim Immunity from punish
njent for their misdeeds as tho result
of nn alleged letter of Roosevelt's.
They claim t6 have been threatened I
With Imprisonment should they fall to
glvo Commissioner Garfield Informa
tion he desired for the purposes of his
investigation. Having furnished this,,
they now hold this evldenco against!
themselves constitutes a promise of
Attorney Haines for the Beef pack-
Tho prosecution In tho E. Vivian
ttlchardson embezzlement caso closed
Its case shortly beforo noon today. A.
O. M. Robertson, Richardson's attor
ney, Immediately made a motion for n
directed verdict for tho defendant. Ho
stated as his grounds that Richardson
bad not been In charge ot tho funds
alien ho took them after hours, and
that a larceny caso had been mada
out rather than ono of embezzlement,
t'ho motion was denied by Judgo Llnd
Tax Assessor Holt stated this morn
Ing that the system of deputizing tho
Pollco Department bookkeeper to ool
loot taxes from the salaries of tho env
ptoyecs of the Department was an old
one, which had been In uso for years
not only In the pollco but also In 'the
flro and road departments, whero
targe bodies ot men were employed. It
nas done for the concnlenco of all
concerned, and had always worked sat
"This Is our authority," said Holt,
pointing to Section 118 of the Revised
Laws, which reads as follows: "Sal
aries withhold for Indebtedness: In
rasa any officer,' agent, cmployco or
other person In the public service shall
bo indebted to the Territory, or to any
of Iho departments thereof, his salary
or compensation shall bo withhold by
Irro head ot tho proper department, or
Iho officer authorized to sattlo his ac
counts, until such Indebtedness bo ful
y paid and discharged."
i t i
Cork, though tho most buoyant sub'
stance, will not rlso to tho surfaco
again If sunk 200 feet below , the
oceans surface, owing to tho great
prcseuro of tha water. At any less
depth It will work Its way back to tbu
Territory, of Hawaii,
County or oanu, sa:
I. U. T. PECK, Cashier of the obovo-
named bonk, do solemnly swear that
tho above statement is true to mo oesi
of my knowlcdgo and belief.
lb t. rtXKv
Evening Bulletin 7Sd per month.
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
wel Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
8lze of lot 75x125; modern
HOUSE and LOT, Maklkl St.
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FpR SALE
Trent aN0 company
Trust Co;, Limited.
iOR. FOflT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
WE ARE NOW SHOWING A LINE
AT 8PECIAL PRICES, SALE TO
CONTINUE TILL ALL
These silks are-warranted to be per
fect In every particular, and at the
prices quoted are exceptional bar.
Fancy Silks, stripes, etc.,..75 yd.
Oriental Pongee, colored dots.75 yd
Ponglnette, mixed silk and linen
Chiffon Taffeta, all colors. $1.00 yd
Loulilna Silks, all colors.. $1.00 yd-44-Inch
Silk Mull, white with
black doU,, reduced from $3.60
to ,-..-$2.00 yd-
1 Dress Pattern, Flowered Silk
Mull, reduced from $50 to. ,..$25
Hand Embroidered Linen Shirt
waist Patterns .,..$5 to $12 eCh
Flowered Batistes and Organdies,
English Madras Shirtings, all white
35tf per yard
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled While Labor
L B, KERR & CO. Lid
W., R. CASTLE,
Subscribed and nworn to before mo
this 7th day of February. 1900.
JSeal) W. P. nOTH,
Notary Public, First Judicial Clr-cult.
Sir. Sternheliucr Tho Idea! I pay
her. 100 iunrk to entertain my com.
tiaii), nnd hIio slngt "I Know Not Why
I Sing." I know. Mcggendorfer Ulut
A rl.li Mirr, '
18 HONOLULU GOING TO HELL7
A Hanker asked this question of a
Dulletln reporter Last Saturday even
ing the editor of The Bulletin went
through Palama with Rath to find ouL
The story of It will appear In
Illank books ot nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Dulletln Pub
nit m hnti i
1RIP FRJM YlOHll
.Doing one day ahead of her time, tho
O. & O. S. 8. Doric arrived In port this
morning from Yokohama and other Or
iental ports. Sho will sail at 2 o'clock
this afternoon for San Francisco. Her
voyage was uneventful, and the weath
er was fine all the nay. In addition to
the regular passengers sho had on
board 214 Jap passengers for Hono
lulu and 330 tons ot freight.
O. It. Smith, ho arrived on tho
Doric, is a Honolulu man who has been
to Manila to assist Lord & Bolscr In
their bid on tho big contract tor
the Government at that place.
I It. Abel, accompanied by his fam
ily, Is a passenger for San Francisco.
Mr. Abel has charge ot the Standard
Oil Interests in Yokohama, and Is novr.
taking his family to tha Eastern States
for a vacation.
F. S. Abbott, F. n. Holt and J. Fyffo.
nro among the San Francisco passen
gers, also. They hao been connected
with tho Paymasters Department or
the i. S. Navy, at Asiatic stations.
Commander S. Tochlnal, ot the Jap-'
anese Navy, is on his way to England
to enter a naval academy. Captain
Schlchmareff. ot the Husslnn nay, la
on his way home, having been a pris
oner or war in Japan. He is reported
to be a personal friend ot Czar Nicholas.
Cbolly Yen, I ouco went up In a bat
loon. It collapsed, and I fell 200
feet mul wai caught In a net.
The Kids A net? Sounds like a Uu
story. browning's Jfagazlno.
An organization of parents In tho
Wells school district of Boston has pre
vailed upon tho Doard ot Education to
employ a nurse In tho four schools of
that district for tho purposo ot assist
ing pupils taken 111, or caring for thoso
injured In sports.
The 0USINE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN'
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75e P" month, Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year,
Itoundcrbout: "I hear Lillian Ittm
ell Is going to star ln 'The Darber ot
Bevllle.'" Jaygrecn: "Well, sho won't
got any of my coin. I never patronlzo
lady barbers." Chicago Dally News.
Motoring la nov,' so popular In thv
Urltlah navy that somo officers carry
their cars afloat with them. Tho Auto
car says I-ord Charles Uerestord is one
Wee ' ""lletlc $1 per year.
ft Is Cool , .
JU8T THE PLACE TO SPEND
The ocst of everythijig
ALL SORT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KIND8 Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE C0MFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co, or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.j
returmnj, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
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