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Vol. XV III No 305
FEDERAL INQUISITION SWORN
Fire Breaks Out In
Hold Number 3 Of
Big Steamer Texan
MAY BE NECESSARY TO FLOOD HOLD
Fir was discovered In hatch No. J,
tn tho steamer Texan about the time
the arrived In port yesterday morning,
7 o'clock, and If the steam wnicn is
now being used to put out tho names
Is not of avail, tho vessel will be
Hooded this afternoon. Tho flro Is
probably caused from some lima that
Is stored In the hold, although tho ex
act cause Is not yet known.
Captain William Lyons, of tho Tex-
en, said this morning that the fire was
not at all alarming, but was being kept
In check by the steam. Tho steam had
been applied to tho fire about 11
o'clock yesterday morning and had
been kept on It ever since. Workmen
aro busy this morning clearing wa
mo coal in iront or mo naicn ",
nrnner Inveatlcatlon can be made. .
Tho Texan Is tied ud at the railroad
wharf and from the dock the heat cat)
plainly be felt. In the hold with tin
llmo aro shingles and somo other In
flammable materials. The flames an
Tho Texan experienced rough wcath.
cr from Tacoma to this port, but other
wise the trip was uneventful. Sho hni
about .3500 tons of freight for Mono,
lulu, consisting largely of food stuff.
It took the Texan nine days and
seven hours to mako the trip from Ta
coma to Honolulu. Sho arrived on
port 7:30 Saturday evening but was not
taken Into the harbor until yesterday
By Thursday or Friday sho will be
ready to leave here for Kahulul, to
tnko on part of her cargo of sugar and
will complete loading In Illlo. She
will tako on about 6500 tons of sugar
from here. The Texan will sail from
theso Islands for New York or I'lill
ndelpula, but It Is not known yet to
which port she will go. Sho Is the larg
st of the American-Hawaiian fleet ol
Kupa Won Decision
In Fifteen Rounds
Over Jack McFadden
By Wlroless Telegraphy!
WAILUKU, Maul, Feb. 12. Jack McFadden met a surprise party her
Friday when In his fight with Kupa, a native boy, he lost the decision. Tho
fight was for fifteen rounds and went Ihe whole period, Referee Montcastlt
giving the decision to Kupa. The contest brought out a good crowd and
there was much enthusiasm.
On Saturday evening the sparring match between Sullivan and Mc
Fadden was a good exhibition, but the 'house was slim. Daly won the deci
sion over a Porto Rlcan named Ipurao.
The Kash .Company ltd.
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3:30 O'CLOCK today is a good time
Cornelius Doromus, president of tho
Qcrmanla Life Insuranco Company,
waB tn0 noxt witness,
Questioned as to legal expenses, Mr,
noremus stated that In May, 1904, tho
Ocrmanla had subscribed $250 toward
a fund ra,ed by B Clifford Potter, a
CBtate 0perat0r, for tho purpose of
engaging counsel to urge tho passago
of a b ,n Mbany makng compulsory
tb e reCordlng of mechanics' Hens and
ehaUc, mortgages. This matter was
lmportant ,0 tho Qermanla becauso of
th , Bums u ha(( lnT08tcd , bulu.
loan,.Ncw York Herald, Decern,
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bor 21, 1905.
The P. M. S. S. Mongolia, from San
Francisco, with nearly 100 passengers
for Honolulu, was sighted oft Koko
Head at 2:40 this afternoon. Sho goes
to tho Navy wharf.
Investigation Is being made by a cor-'en of for tho mission, but, It Is under I
oner's Jury this afternoon concerning, etood, would not consider tho prop j
tho accident Friday evening In the
turning over of an engine .on tho Ka.
kaako dredging road, resulting In the
doath of the fireman, a Hawaiian
known as Ollva
Residents of Kallhl who aro Inter
ested In the formation of an Improve
ment club are requested to meet at tho
Kallhl-waena school this evening at
Y. Antn was this forenoon summoned
to appear beforo tho Grand Jury at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths 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.,
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TILLL HO HCH OUUOUI1IULI10 Hilt LI1IIILLU IU
HONOLULU, TKRKITORT OP HAWAII. MONDAY. F KllHUA.lt Y 12. 1000
Man In Washington
May Go Fop Hawaii
To Azores For Labor
SYSTEMATIC KNOCKING AGAINST M0L0KANS
It was originally planned that a spe
cial meeting of the Territorial Board
of Immigration be held this morning
that, with tho return from the main-
land of Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson,
chairman of tho Board, preliminaries
In tho matter of obtaining Immigrants
from the Azores might be settled, but
tho meeting did not occur. It Is not
considered that any Immediate rush
Tho Immigration Board's regular
weekly meeting will be held tomorrow
or Wednesday morning, at which time
Mr. Atkinson, now Acting Governor,
will report on what ho has already ac
complished In bis Inquiry bad: East
concerning tho transportation of the
1,000 Portuguese families to be lar liners will cost btm a great deal
brought here. I more money In the end.
Tho question of who Is to go to tho ! When Captain Demons was here ho
Azores In placo of Mr. Atkinson has discovered that there was consider
soon to be settled and In this connec- able systematic knocking against tho
tlon It Is said that Mr. Atkinson may settlement of tho Molokans at Kapaa,
recommend that a man now In Wash-'not only among a certain element on
Ington be sent on to tako up tho work, 'Kauai, which said and did everything
Mr. J. P. Cooke, of Alexander t In their nower to prevent the consuin-
j Baldwin, than whom It'would bo
!cult to And one better able to make a
success of tho business, has been spok
Billon, pressing business auues hi iney wouiu win out in spue oi n. ine
home rendering It practically lmpos- Honolulu knocking, according to Cap
slble. tain Demcns, was In Jho nature of
In regard to tho coming of tho Mo
lokans, of whom sixty-flvo families an
expected next Monday in tho steam-
(Special to The llulletu) I
Walluku, Maul, Feb. 9. Tho Maul
County Board of Supervisors Hen
ting, chairman; Church, Cornwell,
Meyers and Halualanl met last Tues
day and adjourned yesterday after
tool after working three full days and
half a night on Tuesday. What Mr,
Doyle reported was uof qulto correct,
that our Board only worked ono day
a month to earn their 50 plus mile
ago. They should work at least flvo
full days, at any rate, to entitle, them
to $50., or 910. per day, which their
services are reasonably worth, ,
Tho matter of application of S. Ke
lllnol for position or Captain of Wal
luku police, vice Captain Harry Copp,
resigned, was referred to Sheriff 8af
fcry to report next month.
Tho all-burning question of, tho Wal
luku sidewalks was referred back to
the Walluku Improvement Association
for mora light on the subject. Ono of
tho Supervisors Ib now nursing a bad
ly bruised faco on account of unhap
pily coming In contact with our rick
ety sidowalks, but, being a Supervi
sor, ho cannot bring suit for damages
agaiust himself. And there tho matter
will end. All tho satisfaction he will
iv er receive. Is tho sympathy of his
colleagues, but that doesn't pay doc
After transacting other business nnd
appiovlng claims, tho Board adjourn
d on Thursday afternoon.
Below Is the principal details of
County Auditor Wilcox's report for
Is what counts, not what you earn.
When you have saved money don't let
It He Idle In your wallet. It won't
work for you there. Bring It to us and
let us 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 Co., Ud
Fort Street, Uonnlnln
ship China, J. B. Castle will probably
rcceire final cablo Information from
his representative on tho mainland,
O, P Thlelcn, tomorrow morning. Tho
Cblna sails from San Francisco, ac
cording to schedule, at 1 o'clock to
morrow afternoon and Is duo on the
19th. Mr. Castle originally agreed to
see that 160 families were brought
here. Tho balance will come on rcg
ular liners, tho China arrangement
having knocked out the proposition of
the settlers coming In the specially
chartered Olympla. It was tho scheme
of tho owners of tho Olympla to load
here with Japanese for railroad work
on tho mainland. Mr. Castle dropped
the Olympla plans, although the
bringing of tho Molokans In the regu
dlttl-lmatlon of tho deal, but with certain
J men In Honolulu. He drew the mat-
ter to tbo attention of Mr. Castle, and
It is said that tho latter advised him
to pay no attention to the knocking;
somo hot-air yarns about misfortune
which was the alleged fato of others
who had come here.
first six months ending December 31,
Report of the Auditor of the County of
Maul for the Fiscal Period From
July 1st to December 31st, 1905.
Uarbaga Lahatna .
Itoad Tax Account:
Lahalna $ 387.00
Furniture & Town
Street lighting ...
Koada & Bridges . .
Hack & Sanitary
(Continued on Pago 8.)
A meeting of tho Kella and Walklkl
rnad Improvement clubs will be held at
tho Monna hotel on Wednesday even
Ing at 8 o'clock lor liiu purpose oi
amalgamating (ho clubs nnd tho trans
ition of other Important business.
At the request of Judge Lindsay, who
was anxious to re-usulgn tho crlmln.il
calendar to Judge Robinson, n cablb
was sent to Washington by the AcP
Ing Governor asking If Iloblnson's
nomination had been confirmed. An
answer, stating that It hnd not, was,
The Attorney General Is preparing a
caso ngatntt Benson, Smith & Co. to
compel them to file corporation exniu
Its. The matter, which Is of tho na
ture of a test case, will probably be
fought out In the Supremo Court after
hearing In Ihe Circuit Court.
Tho Federal Grand Jury began Us
work at 2 o'clock this afternoon. It
started with tho 1'orlo lllcau bigamy
Judging from tbo slio of their bills,
tho doctors evidently think that
health Is better thau wealth.
Henrir Waterhouss Trust Go,, Ltd,.
Stock and Bond Brokers,
OfflceshCor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4,
imrp m tuc connn
IUILO 111 I ML OUUU
to start BDITION
Wlillo the campaign of the special
committee of business men appointed
by the Merchants' Association to can
vas's tho local houses for freight con
tracts for tho new steamship line be
tween this port and San Francisco la
well mapped, actual work has not been
The return of A. Gartlcy, chairman
of the committee, from Kauai, was
awaited. Mr. Oartley returned yester
day and the canvass will proceed.
It Is stated on tho best nulhorlly that
most of the big firms of tho city stand
ready to guarantee, sufficient freight
for the new boat, from San Francisco,
tn Insure the success of the enterprise.
Fid FOR HUE 10
The question as to whether tbe gov
ernment has a right of way merely or
a fee simple title to roads running
through sevcrnl plantations In Maul,
will shortly como up before Judge
Weaver for determination. Sevcrnl
Maul plantations have recently fllctl
petition for registered titles tn men
lands, In which they claim fee simple
titles to the roads running through
them, which nre In general used by the
public. Deputy Attorney General Mil
rcrton today filed nnswera to the pcttji
tlons of the Kallallnul Plantation Co.
and tho Pulehu Plantation Co.. by
which tho Territory claims feo simple
title to these roads.
GIRLS CORNER HORSES
So great has become tho Interest In
the parada to bo given on Washington's
birthday, that it Is fuund uecesiiary to
gel more horses man mo city can suu
ply. Accordingly Frank Andrndc,
chairman of tho committee on pa-u
riders. Is making arrangements to get
u herd of thirty horses brought in from
one of tho plantations for that occa
Tho riders In tho parado will not be
limited to tho pa-u riders, but nnybody
.will bo permitted to take part. The
committee wants mis ract to no unuer
stood, for It Is desired that every effort
should be made to have the affair be
como tho success that It promises to
A largo number of pa-u skirts havQ
been noticed In various parts of the
city handing on clothes lines. It I
evident that they have been put away
Tor a long time, and are now being
aired for tho coming parade.
Tourists are taking unusual Interest
la tho pa-u feature of tbo parade, anil
are arranging to bo present on that
occasion. Trips to tho other Islands
are being arranged In such a way as to
permit the visitors to bo In Honolulu
Ou February 22.
At tho cilice of the Hawaii Promo
tion Committee this morning. It was
announced that as a result of the ad
vertising given by the newspapers con
cerning the parade, a largo number of
tourists har postponed departure fot
tho coast until after tho date of tb
ANGUS In this city, Feb. 10, 1900, to
Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Angus, a daugh
ter. S. B. Kingsbury has opened law of.
ncos in tho Boston building, rooms
200, 201. 202. Telephone Main 192.
J. HOPP & CO.
ALEXANDER YOUNG DUILDINQ,
Have Just Opened a Large
LARGE-SIZED RUGS IN
and TAPESTRY GOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
i and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
Redress From China
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 12-England has made demands that China com
pensate the missionaries for the destruction of property at Changpu, and alia
punish the perpetrators.
Dr. Hobdyjo Leave
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., Feb. 12. Dr. Hobdy of the United States Marina
Hospital Service at Honolulu, will be transferred to San Francisco, where he
will relieve Dr. Cummlngs. The latter
AMERICANS TO DUILD RAILROADS.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 12. The bid of the syndicate of American
Including Cornelius Vanderbllt for the construction of railroads In Negros,
Panay and Cebu of the Philippine Islands has been accepted.
TURK8 AND 8ERVIAN8 FIOHT."
BELGRADE, Servla, Feb. 12. A fight between Turkish troops and Sir.
vians resulted In a loss of 40 Turks
TRAWLER WENT DOWN.
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 12. The trawler Veronica has been lost off Scot
land. The crew of ten men went down.
ACROSS THE ANDES.
8ANTIAQO, Chill, Feb. 1& The first section of the railway across
Andes mountains was opened today.
KILLED IN LODGING HOUSE FIRE.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 12. Six persons perished In a lodging house Tire
Dole Impresses Jury
Necessity Of Secrecy
FEDERAL GRAND JURY START TO WORK
Tbo United States District Court ABkrd that somo additional Jurors be
opened Its special February term this summoned In order that the Jury
morning by Impanelling tho Federal should not bo held up In Its work la
Orand Jury. Tho following was tho caso of tho unavoidable nbsence of at
list of Grand Jurors as drawn Jan. 16; Juror. This was granted by tho Court
William Thompaon, It. U Atiorbaca,.amUa -venire, issued for Chas. V. Her
Gcorgo Kalsor. O. Blerbach, Win. Fre-
denburg. Theodora Richards, A. C. Al
oxandcr, Normnn G. Qcdgc, John C.
Clunoy, J. A. unman, jas. v. uimn,
- . .. . ... .
U K. lomDif, J, n.. Auuernou, u. i
Herbert, Chas. Nienian, II. E. Web-
stor. W. W. Harris, Gus Schuman, J
II. Flddes, I-Mwnrd Tow.se. Sam Khr
llch, Fred. J. Cross and Wlllard U.
Of theso Wm. Fredenburg had Ijecn
excused. No person could bo found
answering to tho namo of Chas, Wo
man. Flddes was excused, as ho was
Dot an American citizen. Jas. W. Glr
vln was oxcuscd becauso ho was Ter
ritorial Jury Commissioner, and C. II.
Collins and Kd Towso because they
had served on Federal Grand Juries
within tho past year. Tbco. Richards
was oxcuscd bocauso of his defective
Tho Grand Jurors wcro then re
duced In number to 1C, tho lowest lira
It allowed under tno law,
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky
couldn't be more startling than our
Misses', Children's and Infanta' Shoes.
Highest grade shoe-wear for one-fourth, ons-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 pairs Misses' Tan Shoes; lace, button and slipper. Sizes
11 1-2 to 2 1-2. Former price J3.75, J3.00, 2.50! NOW 75J.
300 pairs Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only. Sizes
8 to 11. Former price 2.75, Z50, W-00j NOW 50d.
100 Pir Infants' Tan, Red and Dlack Shoes. Sizes S 1-2 to 5.
Former price J2-00, 11.75, $1.50; NOW 50c.
TERMS CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANGES.
Manufacturers Shoe Co., Ltd,
PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT 8TREET HONpLULU
ONE VOTE FOR
THE EVENING BULLETIN
S2000 PBIZE CONTEST.
MONDAY, FED. 12, 1905,
J This vote li good until Feb. 19 Inclusive,
Pbiob 6 Gents
goes to Yokohama.
and 18 Servians.
rick, F. M, Gehrlag, B. F. Vlckars and
Geo. F. Fuller. Of theoo Ochrlng and
Vlckcrs wcro accepted. Herrlck and
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jrmier were excuseu, mo inner dccbum
ne its niii'iiuinK me uircun v,uuri us a
Judge Dolo then delivered his
charge to the Orand Jury as follows:
As tho Federal Grand Jury of this
Territory you aro tho representatives
of the community In tbo matter or la-
Jvcstlgatlng charges of offenses against
tho. laws of tho United States and
such Information as may como beforo
ou either through tho prosecuting ot-
(Continued on Page 4.)
The next consignment of the Tropin
Fruit Co.'s selected pineapples wttTgg
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Ala
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells.
Fargo office. King St
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
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