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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H TUESDAY, FEU, 13, 1906.
pBsro 3 rnj
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.
plague was rampant somewhere In that!
section and the Hoard of Health not I
doing u fluty. The lompinint witu
all the correspondence went even to
the l'realdcnt or one of his Secreta
ries. The President was uvldcntly sat
isfied with what local authorities were
doing, though tho Atchcrlcys wero not.
In the present Kona dlfllculty, The
Editor Bulletin Is defending no one. Corre
spondence, nowever, rvhi. iu hub vv
Entered at the I'ostoff.co at Hono!, tho ; Atcherley. ior those In .ym-!
, imillj tiwil . .too .w.u .....t..
ward assisting nn opinion that the fit
,rore over the leper suspects was In
spired as much by an anxiety to preju
dice and secure a Hawaiian clientele,
as It was by a philanthropic purposo
jto aid tho. Ignorant nnd protect them
. lioni mcuicui urium.
talu at second-class- matter.
IJoth the Federal nnd tho' Territorial
Grand Juries wero working hard tWa
tnrrnoon. Tho Federal jurors lacKieu
Payable In Advance.
. ' Evenlna Bulletin, .front medical errors. Wo shall bo
r month, anvwhero In U. S..S .78 highly elated If the facts brought Qut
.. murir nvvh in tf. a.. 2.00 liv Investigation of the Grand Jury or
P. r nnvh.ro In U. S 8.00 nny other body provo this Inrpresslon ., mmilicr of different cases. The mat-
.. .... ,..-,t,i fnign 11 nn to be erroneous. tnr nf n. Mnvall. the Walalua fallrond
' Weekly bulletin, I The moro lll ttf'nIr nro nlrcu" lho! station agent, who Is charged with vlo-
'ix months ....$ .50
Per jMr, Knywhcro In U. 8.... 1.00
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Imorc appearances suggest rour siucs
to the question the Inside the out
side, tho right side, and the wrong
I No ono can palliate tho horror of a
person unjustly condemned as A leper.
On the other hand, no greater wrong
Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, COUnlV Of OahU) ',. l.a .lnn than ni-irT-nvalA hnlf.
n0CKUB Business Manager ot truths or false charges, and thereby
the Bulletin Publishing Company, Llm- -.,, .,, nl.ni,ii,.r. nr hi imnrnnt
tied, being first duly sworn, on oath, for politic or personal purposes, or
deposes and says: That the following both Kona ha, not furni,hC(i the first
Is a true and corroct statement of dr- m,tanco 0f doctors disagreeing. Blnca
culatlon for the week ending Febru- lhcre wag n disagreement In this case,
ry 9, 1906, of the Dally and cck- (l ,,, not be put down ag a Bct ot
-"""- v- -- - incnusnip ror tno uistresscn 10 roconv
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Wednesday,. Feb. 7 2107
Thursday, Feb. 8 zna
mend roslstanco to tho nuthorlttes.
flvli it nit ft rwl ImnAit oltlvnnattln In ft
.!!. situation of this kind should not In.
spite a contest in expletives, though
tho letters published In this Issue Indi
cate how bard It Is for some to suffer
In silence The Tlulletln has not cast
a doubt upon the purely philanthropic
REPRIMAND OF HUM
Average Daily Circulation 2162
Circulation oi weexiy ouiieiin. ,... , Atnh,iv. iin.t hnv
Tuesday, Feb. 6'.1906. ' Z3H not declnred to tho contrary, an out
Number of Weeklies delivered on d , h fa h M (h ,
.u'n m in .m.Lh S;; campaign was based simply on a do
COMBINED ouarantecd v"a0 glre't0 t ofc,al 0lt ,n ordof
circulation -'o " nocKUS "t Atcherley might get In. Tho do-
f ' UuttncH Tsianager. c.ilon to nwalt the verdict of tho court
Is a very wlso one. Then all will
Subscribed and sworn to be- J""1 whether Ooodhuo Is a fool or a
-": !...,. . j... ri,. knave, as intimated by tho Atchcrlcys.
,v a ni 6 I As to tho school affair, tho episode
ruary. a. """". 0f Mr. Scott throwing Mrs. Atcherley
... ....... . t.... t. ,..... ,... . in.ll.
Honolulu, County of "vr ",,,,., , """ , '
Uivujt Jiuu u(ii mutiviiv; iuuuiuu
.FEB. 13. lOOtf.
lated Scott fli this manner, It would
have been less of a surprise. And wo
havo no doubt that under such clrcum
An editorial writer was audibly dlv stances tho thrower would bo quilo
cussing his latest shot at tho loathed willing to take tho full limit of tho law
contemporary for h0 P'casuro ot doing tho Job. It
Yes, I uae jusi wriuen oi iu mai- " iii uu ni ui o..n uciuum
ter and stated that of all the uncdu- that caused Scott to cnll for help to
cated, Illiterate people I ever uaw " .quell rioters. Tho kindness of High
"Uy the wny. old chum, how do you Sheriff Henry In putting up the liohds
spell Illiterate?" .for thoso held to nnswer certainly
. I gives an Indication of his favorablo
The election of Mr. Tfotcnhauer ns opinion. Though as a public officer ho
managing director of thp house ot might bo taken to task for apparently
JIarkfeld & Co. Is In keeping with tho' taking sides.
rdllcy of putting trained nnd loyal men Tho details aro Intricate and each
to the front. Tho congratulation lu letter from Kona furnishes no aid to-
i which Mr. l'fotcnhauer Is entitled Is ward making them less so. It merely
latlng tho Edmunds Act, his accomplice
being the wife of a prominent Japan
ese, was investigated. Among ne wit
nesses who wero called to testify In
this case was a largo percentage of tho
bonton of Walalua, such ns Dr. Hubert
Wood. Manager St. Clair Illdgood it
the Haletwa Hotel, Deputy Sheriff Os
car Cox and others, Illdgood brought
his books showing that Maynll and his
lady frlPrtd liad meals nt the hotel.
It Is said that It has been shown that
the lady In most of tho cases paid Ho
bill. A number of Jnpancso witnesses
were also called.
The cases of David Wahlne, a Ha
waiian charged with Bteallng govern
ment cartridges from the rifle range
and selling them, and ot several I'orto
It enn slrls. charged with bigamy
wero also looked into. Tho case of
Walkolon, the Halclwa postmaster,
who Is alleged to havo embezzled abbut
227 of the postolllco funds, will prob
ably bo Investigated tomorrow.
Tho Territorial Grand Jury, after lis
tening to tho testimony of several of
the small try In the gambling world,
created n diversion by calling District
Magistrate Whitney. A special mes-
sago wns sent for tho Judge, and the
matter must havo been urgent, for ho
wns called right away from his busi
ness in court.
In the meantlmo' the chc-fa banks
arc Btlll running on ns placidly ns ctrr.
At tho bank, which Is alleged to bo
run by Anln. "pukapuka," or "pock
marked" was given out ns tho winning
word yesterday afternoon, Anln wna
waiting outstdo of tho Grand Jury
room today but was not called.
TO 8AN FRANCISCO
thared eoually by the community 4n
which ho Is a leading business fnctor
Tbc morning paper publishes tho
"The editor, ot the Ilulletln finds
one thing In Tho Bystander's
charges which ho thinks It safo to
deny? namely that he appeared at
. Washington when tho second an
nexation treaty was up, to oppose
it. Tho Ilulletln editor was In
Washington at the time and tho
agents ot tho Annexation Commla
Blon reported that ho was selling
or trying to sell antlunncxatlon
articles to tho Japanese legation,
that body being then nt work,
moro or less secretly, against tho
Island measure. True, nono of
the antagonistic articles se'en In
print during tho editor's visit
were Identified as his, but It was
thought that tho Jnpancso may
havo rejected his contributions on
the ground of Illiteracy."
A story Is told of a Long island
produces o additional details and
moro comment. The general princi
ples ot tho situation remain tho same.
Readiness to allow lrtuo to be Its own
reward and let merit of these fracasc4
bo determined by thorough Invcstl-
guiimi, wuuiu uavo ucuu a guurunicu
against any auverso conclusions, up
Dr. W. C. Hobdy, who received offi
cial orders yesterday for his transfer
from tho local Quarantine Station to
San Francisco, to rcltovo Dr. Cummins,
that tho latter might go to Japan, may
depart on tho Manchuria. His depart
ure will depend on the time when ho
can get ready to leave.
Dr. L. K. Cofer, who returned yes
tcrday on tho Mongolia, Is back to his
.duties today at tho head ot tho (Juar-
iu me pri'M-iu uinu una nus nut veu anuno station, ana sintes mat ins
tho position of tho Atchcrlcys. If I wife, who has been to Now York for
there Is well-established corruption or her health, Is much Improved as a re
Incompetence on tho part of any offI-,fcult of her trip. Dr. Cofer went to
cers of any department In Kona, It San Francisco to meet her.
should bo weeded out. Hut not on tho Tho building of tho now Quarantine
Independent say-so of thoso who might Station on tho opposlto sldo of tho
bo biased, to say tho loast. I harbor from tho foot of Fort street Is
In setting tho Iona situation right, interesting Dr. Cofer. Several work-
tho Grand Jury of that section has an men arrived yesterday to bo employed
Important duty to perform. Tho qucs- (n constructing It, but owing to tho do-
tiona at lssuo are not matters that , luycd nrrUal of tho Alio cCooko, which
should bo left exclusively to tho ten-, Is to bring lumber from I'ugct Sound,
der morcles of prejudiced politics, mis-1 tho material for tho now stntlon la not
cuiucu cnuuisiasm, personal amimion, on hand,
perbonal cpltc, or Indifference of con
Washington, Feb. 3. Although not
sentenced to a "public" reprimand,
there was mado public today tho repri
mand addressed by Secretary Dona
parto to Commander Luclen Young,
who was In command ot tho Denning
ton nt tho tlmo that vessel suffered an
explosion of her boiler last summer.
Commander Young was tried by
court-martial nnd convicted of remiss
ness of duty In thnt ho failed to sign
tho smooth steam log ot tho Denning
ton. After quoting a portion of the navy
regulations outlining the dutlca of a
commanding officer, tho Secretary
"Thoso duties include tho obliga
tions of good cxamplo to all subject
to Its authority; these responsibilities
Incur a sharb In tho blamo Incurred
by any among the latter who may bo
led to think lightly of their own du
ties because they seem to think lightly
"in your case, sir, there was tho
greater reason why you should havo
been careful to comply in icttcr'anu
spirit with every provision of. tno reg
ulatlons becauso your brilliant eerv
Ices In tho past, and youn, merited rep
utation for seamanship and gallantry
would surely render falturo on your
part to do nil that on officer should do
tho most subverttve ot truo principles
of dleclpllno among the younger mem
bers ot your profession.
"A bad examplo upon the part of
ono of your previous record Is excep
tionally Injurious to the vital Interests
of tho Bcrvlco, and It Is therefore tho
cause of profound regret to tho depart
ment that remissness In your duty on
your part should havo been thus Judi
Washington, Feb. 4. A delegation
of Hawaiian citizens nrrlvcd hero tor
day to appear beforo a commtttco of
Congress to advocate legislation re
quiring three-fourths of tho customs
duties and Internal revenues collected
In tho Territory to bo expended on
public works there. It is said 11,200,
000 a year, equal to $8 per capita of
the population, Is taken out, ot tho Ter
ritory, which tho members of tho del
egation say constitutes a heavy dram
on Its resources. Tho'nicmbcrs of tho
delegation Include W, O. Smith, Attor
ney General ot tho Islands beforo the
annexation; Georgo W. Smith, presi
dent of tho Doard of Supervisors of
Oalm County, In which Honolulu Is sit
uated; Mark P. Koblnaon, J. R. Gait,
:. A Mclnerny, D. II. Case and A. U.
I-ocbensteln. W. O. Smith, tho chair
man of the commission, in speaking ot
the visit at tho delegation, said:
"Wo ask nothing for tho excluslvo
benefit of Hawaii. Wo aro hero to ask
that 75 per cent, ot tho customs duties
and Internal rovenuo collected In tho
Territory for tho next twenty years bo
expended on public yorks. Wo do not
obk a uonar lor our own current ex
penses. Tho only benefit the peoplo
of tho Islands will reap will bo that thu
money spent for wages on tho propos-
ed works will bo kept In circulation In
tho Islands Instead of being shipped In
gold to San Francisco."
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.
dally favorable terms. taaMW.,,,
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment just to hand by the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
DEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICE3.
Governor Carter this forenoon sent
for Acting Governor Atkinson nnd the
two had a lengthy conference nt the
(lovcrnor's residence on Jtidd street.
It wns stated this forenoon that Gov
ernor CarteJ, accompanied by Mr.
Pnrtpp unntil In nit nrnlinhllltv If-nvn
Honolulu on tho Mnnchurla for San
Francisco on Thursday nnd that they I
would go to Southern California, when ,
".is. carter's ratner, .Mr. oirong ui
Itoehcrstcr, N. Y., Is wintering.
The Governor and Mrs. Carter do
hot want to get too fnr away from Haw-all,
where their children will remain
during the Governor's) recuperation
This plan Is not absolutely arranged,
but Is considered tho best of the var
ious trips discussed. The Governor Is
n great golfvcnthuslast and be and his
fathcr-ln-law would have great sport
In Southern California. Other plans
which hnve been discussed are n Jour
ney to New Zealand or the Orient.
LUXURIES MAY HI
10) WAIKOLOA ASTRAY
Folks down at Walalua are talking
about family extravagance as a reason
for tho troubles of Ahuna walkoioa as
postmaster at Halelwa.
Tho matter ot alleged irregularity
ot tho accounts of tjio joung postmns-
ler comes up ueioro mo r eucrai uranu ,.,-., .,i. .ifh ,(, .... i
Jury tomorrow. Postal Inspector ' lh ,nn.n,it,
Hare went to Walalua on Tnursonyi . co..Dlo"ot younc men ,trnnEer
last and returned on Saturday White Za "M
there ho appointed Manager St. Clair encc Wo,k, beach' clngln gt0 a
Bldgood of tho Halclwa Hotel post- ,urf boan, Thcy wcr(J g- Wo0(l of
master pro tern, and has recommended gt ,,, nlld Mr Uynn of Cncng0. Tnfy
to vyasningion mat no do nppoinieu. i uecnmo exhausted in tho surf nnd were
wniKoioa wa lor ionr years cictk rescUcd uy Chief Clerk Jeffrey nnd Mr,
nt tho Halelwa Hotel nnil wns tliero ,lnrv.v at thn Moann hotel start, who
uihnn Y)tr1nnA1 t nrf fihni-trn VlF Ttltl. .
v..... .Bv .v v..u.Bw ..... "- went to tneir assistance in a canoe,
good states that Walkoioa left the ho-1 Tlie following Jury was this morn
tel with a clean record, tno young inir .ocured to trv tho enso of Drown
vs. Sprecldcs Dros. before Judge De
Holt: II. 1'. nenson, Wm. Ilucklc,
George Fuller, F. W. Chase, F. C. Ath
erton. A. M. Mellis, I'ercy Llshmau,
Geo. II. Cowan. J. M. Michel. Jits. 1!.
Jaeger, C. H, l'fclffer nnd II. W. Doanc.
The Supremo Court this morning
'Gerard C. Tobey."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Mr. nnd Mrs. Myatt today returned
lo town from their honeymoon trip
o Halclwa ha(l, Walalua.
Queen Lltvokalant and maid drove
down town this morning. Tho Quceu
had business with her financial agent,
Hr. J. O. Carter. v
Martha K. Holloway lias filed appli
cation for a registered tltlo to lot C
latlvo action until after tKo presents.'
tlon ot tho report of tho Armstrong;
Tho future policy of the States and:
Territories represented In the conven
tion was Intrusted to a committee -ot
fifteen members, tho power being giv
en to tho committee', however, to en
largo Its membership as It deems pro
per. This commltteo Is to prepare a
report, which will bo submitted at a
meeting which will 'be held at tho.
tains an area ot 1SO.O0O square feet.
This lot Is, with n slnglo exception, the
only one which did not receive a reg-
Tho family of the lato Victoria Tell
desire, to express their thanks to their
many kind friends for their sympathy,
shown by bo many letters and beauti
ful Moral emblems received, which they
accent ns & tribute ot respect and es
teem for their lato mother, who has
fntcrcu into rest.
It Is reported by tho steamer Noeau,
which arrived this morning that the
of the Wahlawa townstte, which con-1 same time as the next meeting of tho-
National insuranco Commissioners As.
roclatlon, which will bo sometime In
September, In Washington. E. Myron
Wolf, of California, Is a member of tho
In tho resolutions adopted the sys
tem ot life Insurance, commonly
known as the deferred dividend plan,
was condemned nnd declared to bo un
just In operation. An annual account
ing ot tho surplus funds In tho hands
of Insuranco companies was Indorsed
and tho convention declared for a
plan for tho government ot Insuranco
comranlcs whereby each policyholder
shall hnve a moro direct volco In tho
management ot tho affairs of tho com
pany. Tho matter of Investment ot
tho funds belonging to tho policyhold
ers and In tho hands of, the insurance
companies cannot, In tho opinion ot
tho convctlo, be reduced to a uniform
basis and must be governed with ret-
A standard form
The mnlfcr wns submitted.
man has good habits and his friends
fall to understand wUy ho should bo
guilty of tho alleged ?227 Irregularity.
fiB.,.1 n.mimnnt nn thn .Inmiirrj.! nf ll.o
.lafan.lnttt In lT,n suit nf Id-. Cmllla WCnCO tO Conditions,
......... ................ ....- .. - -.-- nr.. r. Mnltlnc nn va Trnnitirnr t Ul lUBUruutu liuiltj iu mc v.uueiuu v.
boerhousc, which wns burned at r-- comnboll. for the recovery ol all other forms, to be adopted by Stato
K XU ."""".ZT, 'Vn ,. KM. which It paid the Territory as :. IWl .. declared advisable.
hr-ce months. C. Brewer & Company I 'l?ie . J0" J?,"0?;
...... -.i .n,i. ihni -...n , i ,.., i, I which the plaintiff mow claims It Is
clearing away tho burned timbers, and
until that has been completed It will
be Impossible to determine lX full ex
tent ot tho damage.
Chicago. Feb. 2. Delegates to tho
"If hungry try a Sandwich Island National Insuranco Convention cm-
with Hawaiian Jams and Chutney." I bodied today tho results of their two
mm ' day of deliberation In a set of com-
The passage of rubbish carts through prehenslvo resolutions, which wag. sub
the streets of tho city In tbe middle of scribed to by tho committees as a
tho forenoon Is .1111 exciting the bitter whole. Six States voted against tho
:rltlclsm of thoso who havo the wcl- adoption of tho resolutions, and twen
tare ot this toifrlst's town t heart. ity-threo voted In tho affirmative. Tho
'state of New York, which was rcpro
Ono hundred and forty guests were sentcd, did not vote, Its delegates do
registered at Halclwa hotel, Walalua, daring thnt they did not caro to ex
last week-end. press an opinion recommending legis-
On Deferred Dividends
Cnlllurnia, Oklahoma, Washington,
Wyoming nnd Hawaii wero among
thoso who voted for the resolution,
and the vott- ot Kansas was negative.
President Roosovclt is enthusiasts
over tho idea of creating a game' pro
serve on tho Kalbab plateau of Ari
zona, including the Buckskin Moun
tains. The trnct Is C0x80 miles and
capable of sustaining 6000 buffalo, us
many elk or moose nnd Innumerable
small game. Senator Smoot has pre
pared a bill for tho purpose.
Burglars who havo a dog to keep
watch for them and glvo the nlarm
when danger npproachea, are operating
In Alameda, Cal., with success. The
police have a description ot the dog.
"For Sale" cards at bulletin.
HOUSES TO LET
Byron O. Clark of Wahlawa intends R,ro-Jn n TCiimtiL! T nc
to leave for the mainland In tho Man-.mr8alns ,n "-anrJUKl Lots
chiirta to mako arrangements In con-
nnr-tlnn wltli thn nlnn. tnt llm nvtnnl
old-resident who wns aBkcd If ho "had o,, 0f tnQ Triple Fruit Co.
over been away from tho Island. Ho .
- IVVItniUTM lnlUMKt AnnTL
replltd thnt ho had. Further pressed
for the occasion of if, he responded:
"Onst when I climbed a trco."
Accustomed to crawfishing when
brought to account, tho morning paper,
has "climbed a treo" and now nays
the Annexation Commissioners "re-
jwted" thnt tho editor of this paper
wns "selling or trying to soil nntl an
nexation articles to tho Japanese lega
tion". We doubt very much that the
Annexation Commissioners mado any
such report. If bo, thcy stood sponsor
for an absoluto falsehood. The editor
ot Tho Bulletin did not sell or attempt
to sell nntl annexation or any other
Articles to tho Japaneso Legation, or
to nny one connected with the Lega
tion, directly or.indlrcctly.
We cannot resist ropcattng tho story
of the Swede who started for tho for-
vvlmnf RpMimnnnlftil liv n frlpnd. As
they reached the dock, the boat wasjNUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 acre
leaving. Tlio rriena exciaimeu oxen
edly; "Yump, Yon, Yump! I dank you
can mok' It in a coople o' yumps!"
KONA AND ITS TROUBLES
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 75x125; modern
HOU8E and LOT, Maklkl St.
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
The letters of Dr. and Mrs. Atcher
ley In this lssuo make It doubtful who-
ther to cnll on the National Ouard or
ring In tho fire-alarm. According ta
our Kona friends, all other Depart
ments of government appear to bo
either coirupt or otherwlao gonfl
Mrs. Atcherley is a very active ana
very brilliant woman. Since Kona
was not, previous to her arrival, heard
, i' ,rom more "'eluen,1y tnan wnon mo
'v& ordloar routine wns upset by tho vl-
f&t llallnn . n .l.lnl ..-Aim nr Ihn (InmfRfl
of an old resident. It Is not extraor
dinary that the sudden Jump Into pub
lic notoriety should be attributed
largely to the newcomers. Our expe
rience g that tho Atcbcrloya are In
clined to becomo excited on occasion-
not angry, but JubI excited. DurlnglCOR. FORT AND MERCHANT STB.
their residence In Kohala, Tho Bullo-
tin was Informed every other week that . HONOLULU. '
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