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THE EVENING BULLETIN
S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1906,
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BULLETIN ADS DO THINGS
Vol. XVIII No 3i)8
HONOLULU, TKKltlTOllY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY KKKUUA.RY 15, MM
Pkiob 5 Gknts
Grand Jury To Examine Police' Pay Rolls
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Lawyers Say Jail
VITAL POINTS IN HABEAS CORPUS CASE
A petition for a writ of habcaa cor
Mia was this morning filed by Chun
Iloon, a Chinese, who was a few day?
ago sentenced to a oar's Imprisonment
by Judge Whitney for maintaining u
che fa game. Chun Moon's attorneys,
Judgo Gear and Judge Hum
fihrcvs. nt up n couplo of
very Important points, one that tho
defendant was entitle to n Jury trial,
nnd the second one, which may become
a ery Important one in Its effects,
iinmelv, that tho Honolulu jail la u
matter of fact merely a part or tho pen.
Itentlary. nnd that a misdemeanor prls-1
oner can not lawfully bo confined there
In It Is understood that If tho writ
Is denied here the matter will be taken)
Lcforo the United States Supremo
The petition shows that tho petition
er's Imprisonment Is told for the rea
son that the Judgment, on which It Is
clalcmd that the mittimus was issued.
Is oIil, for tho reason that tho Judg
ment does not designate nny. place
whero be shall be Imprisoned and that
tho Judgment of conviction was not
based on a verdict of guilty by a Jury,
tho petitioner having been tried by
the District Magistrate without a Jury
contrary to the third article of tho
Constitution. It Is also shown tho.1
his trlaj without a Jury was not "due
rroccss of law" within the meaning of
(Continued on Page 5)
Fred. Harrison, tho well known con
tractor, is about to build on tho largo
corner lot adjoining the Catholic mis-
won, on ueretanla and Fort streets.
Sir.. Harrison declines, at the pres
ent time, to gho any details of the
plans of the new structure, but It Is
understood that the building will be
auxiliary to the Catholic Institution
and that August Drelcr, who desires
to glvo a large amount of money for
ho benefit of the mission, la Interested
n tho Improvement.
Tho cross mads at this point will bo
completo In tho matter of archltccturo
with the palliation of tho building
about to ro erected; the Sachs build'
Ing. tho headquarters of the Flro Do
pattnicnt, the Progress block and tho
proposed building occupying tho four
kcm mwtt 'u"l
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The Kash. Company Ltd.
At An End
Fire on the big freight steamer Tcx
nn has been put out, nnd tho lime will
be removed this afternoon. It Is ex
pected that all will bo In readiness fot
loading her with sugar by tomorrow
When It was fully determined that
the fire had ceased, the flro engine
which had been on tho Qock continu
ously since It was first called there to.
right tho fire, was set to work pump-,
ing water Into tho holfl'to cool tho vts-i
sel. Tho lime which has caused all the
trouble, will bo taken out and turned
over to the underwriters for their dU
Al an early hour this morning the
heat, of tho side of the easel had mi
decreased that It could be touched with'
the hand without much danger of burn
ing, The water which was then
pumped In wns allowed to'flow through
nnd out again In order to hasten the
end of tho heat.
Survey of the damages dono to tho
(Continued on Page 4.)
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
Havs Just Opened a Largs
LARGE-SIZED RUQ8 IN
and TAPESTRY QOODS.
Take your Christmas Money
and buy a Good Parlor Rug.
Henrj Waterbousi Trust Co.. Ltd.,
StKk and Bond Brokers.
OffloesliCor. Fort and Merchant Sta.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
are tailored from tho choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestlo looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have wo been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for the
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
-Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
IJfcisliiiillHii r"M'H ..
"ThPrc will be no lack of Japanese
laborers for Hawaii plantations, If'nre
want them," said a prominent sugar
man this afternoon.
"I have talked with men who hare
Just coino fiom Japan and they all re
port that tho country is In a very ser-i
Ions condition as a result of the war '
Japan will simply be compelled )o take
advantage of every opportunity to send
families abroad nnd the Government.
clready lees severo In Its restraint of
emigration, will soon encourage rather
than endeavor to limit emigration
"There Is a great deal of suffering
nmoiiK the poorer classes. Families
have boon deprived of their main sup
ports by war and there Is no wny to
meet the situation except by emigra
tion Japanese Immigration here will
greatly Incrcaso, I think."
U. S. Weathor Bureau,
Temperatures C a. m , GS; 8 a. m ,
Tl: 10 a. m., 74; noon, 74; morning
llarometer, 8 a. m , 30 09; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m , 4 8SG grains per
cubic toot; relative humidity, 8 a. m ,
CI per cent; dew point, 8 a. m , CI.
Wind 6 a. m , velocity 4. direction
N.; 8 a. m., .velocity) 1, direction N.f
10 iu m, velocity 6?" direction S.W.;
noon.'vcloclty 10, direction ? W.
Italnfall during; 24 hours ended 8 n.
m.. 00 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 132 miles.
Cornelius Doremus, head of tho Ger.
mania Life, Raid ho preferred bonds
and mortgages, and gilt edged railroad
bonds, as proper Investments for an
Insuranco company. Ho did not ap
provo of speculative stock ventures.
Of tho $10,000,000 Investments In se
curities held by tho Germanla Life, he
said, about f 5,000,000 was In the safest
bond Investments. Tho Investments
In bonds and mortgages amounted to
118,000,000. Tne real estate In Its pos
session, ho said, was worth (3,111,000.
Never did the company hold any
stocks other than bank stocks, and it
had ceased to put Its money evon In
(hose, having decided to hold no stocks
at all. Tho New York Evening Poet,
December 20, 1805.
It Is reported that a great landslldo
has occurred at Onomea, wherein tho
railroad, storo and part of tho Oovern.
ment road was carried down Into tho
gulcb, and a Japanese badly Injured.
Drower & Co. sent a wireless, making
Inquiries to Onomea at noon, but bad
at 3 p. m. received no reply.
The North American Dredging Co ,
through Its local agent. Captain Con
nor, this afternoon filed a claim of own.
crshlp of the dredger Pacific, which
was attached In the libel matter of
the Pacific Mall S. S. Co, against It,
asking tho court to grant It a rcstltu
tlon of the dredger.
Is assured when valuables are deposit
ed in a box in our safe deposit vault.
The cost Is only
85 PER YEAR
and upwards and this nominal outlay
may be the cause or saving you hun
dreds of dollars and the loss of valu
able documents, which when once de
stroyed cannot be replaced.
Trust Co., Lid
Fort Street, Honolulu
MAUI AND KAUAI
Enter Their Favorites
WITH GOOu BACKING
DIAMOND HEADS MAKE CLOSE SECOND
Votes, votes, votes.
Then more volrs.
Such n shower of ballots has never
bern recorded during the second wee'e
of any newspaper contest held In this
(own nnd the Uullctln hns had many
fcucresstul onni. Usually It takes about
three or four weeks for the people lo
get really started and Interested.
In this greit rteo contest with It
piano and sewing machine and photo
graphic luxuries and the punchbowl
"and all that," tho excitement begun
with the first announcement. The Uul
lctln Ts popular In the first place. H
has n large clltntelo on the other Is
lands ns well as In Honolulu, so the at
tention nttrattd by Its plans to plcuso
tliu people nnd give thrm something
good Is Territorial In Its scope They
rre nil coming In. Uvery Island In
the group Is represented by a lending (.outs Collcca Alumni Association with
candidate, while Honolulu nnd Oahu tho Diamond Heads n close second. Of
furnish a good list of lusty ones. , j course every one has his or her theory.
Judge Noah Kepolkal of Walluku has of how frequently the ballots should be
been entered as Maul's man to win Hit lean nnd whether It Is the best policy
auto. Kauat has decided on Miss Stul-.to appear as a dark horse for a tlmo
don, a school teacher, who, ns one The balloting shows, a very widespread
voter put It, has n long way to go to. Interest and no person or combination
school and ought to have the; num. has n monopoly on popularity or tbl
From all accounts Hawaii has selected votes. The result of todav's count ful-
lie popular Aumirai uecKiey, tniru in,
St Louis College Alumni Association 1 2843
Diamond Head AthlcticClub v 12710
Admiral Geo. C Becklcy .'. 6572
Mrs. C L. Dickcrson ., ; '........ 6224
Judge A. N. Kcpoikai '".' ...T..' 4363
D. K. Watson u 4157
Tommy Kcarns 2157
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Lihue Kauai 1610
B. P. O, E. Elks No. 6J6 J396
Kaimuki, Waialae, Palolo Impvt. Club '.. 1205
Chester Irwin J201
Leo Lorlllard Cummins .
H. D. Joe
8. K. Kamaloplli
August Martin . .
J. D. McVeigh
Honolulu Athletic Club
Court Camoes, A. O. F.
Chang D. Yen
Co. D., N. Q. H
Dr. Aloy Soong
Gertrude McCann ,
J. P. 8cutly
8. A. Deel (Ewa)
Capt. Campbell (I.-I. 8. N. Co.) .
J. H. Kahn
J. A. L. de Frle
Kohala Club . .
I. 8. Dillingham, Jr. i
Walter Macfarlane t..t
J. A .Combs (Makawetl)
L. Mon Tal ,
Chinese Athletic Club
H. A, Franson
A. K. Vlerra
Louis 8. Alves
Joe Vargas .
M. T. Marshall
Wm. Merielros . . .,,
Robert Jordan . . . , ,
J. M. Perry (Walmca)
J, D. Mclnerny .....". . .'.?.
Prof. D. Maikal N '.."M
W. T, 8ehmldt
Made Athletic Club 1
Mrs. J. E. Shaw
W. Dulsenberg . . ,,
Keokl Isenberg , ,v
H. 8. Ward
Miss Kalal WaUu
Capt. H. T. Lake
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'a selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Ala
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King 8t.
the list today, to carry Its honors, nnd
thcro Is no doubt (hat ho can do It. Ha.
wall people know how to hustle.
Tho outside Mamls Is not tho only
country heard front. Ihls man D. K.
Watson of Wilanae came In with the
first entries and he Is In to stay.
Within Honolulu the inmpalgn Is
shaping up In warm stjle. 1 ho Dia
mond Heads and the Alumni Associa
tion of St. Louts College mo dnln
grcjt stunts, and the Elks nre lmt la
the slow class by nny means. Tho Anh
Club nlso has Intentions nnd plans tb .'.
will show It to be n vigorous Indlvl..
uallty. Of the Individuals In tho cltj
Mrs. Dlckcrson hns n host of friends
who will cast n flood of votes though
they may not bo organized under a
club name There nro other Individ
i.nls who will be heard from.
The lead to Jay Is still with the St.
on Page 8)
S. I). Kingsbury baa ojnncd law of
fice In tho Uoston building, rooms
200, 301, :0Z. Telopbone Main 192.
Tho cntlro collection of tho dlplo-"
matlc lotters of Podo Plus VII has bcert
stolen from the archives of the Vnt-
With Sealed Orders
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 15 The U. 8. A. T. Sherman has sailed for
the Philippines. She carries a few troops and 4,000 tons of supplies for tho
Major Generals Brooke, Weston, are on board. The latter Is under sealed
It la believed that Weston will succeed General Wood In case the latter
Is ordered to China.
Bill Pases Senate
WASHINGTON. . C. Feb. 1S
the Senate and Is favorably reported In
DROKAW AGAIN ARRESTED.
SPOKANE, Wash., Feb. 15. Q. L. Brokaw, who was brought from Ho
nolulu charged with conspiracy to defraud the Government In the matter of
fraudulent timber location, and who was acquitted, has been rearrested and
charged with obtaining $2,000 under
BOSTON, Mass., Feb. 15. While
Cheawell was today stricken dead through heart disease.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., Feb. 14.-.8UQAR: Beets, 88 analysis, 8s 34d.
Previous quotation, 8s 1 l-2d. Parity, 3 64 cents, t
Boyd And Bicknell
Called To Appear
FORMER OFFICER ASSISTS GRAND JURORS
Tho Territorial Orand Jury today
prepared to start on a campaign
against tho Police Department by de
manding tho pay rolls of the Depart
ment for September. October. Novem
ber and December of 1905 and for Jan
uary, 1900. attorney General Peters,
who la attending to tho Grand Jury,
first sent to the Territorial Auditor's
office for tho needed documents, but
waa politely Informed that the Counts'
Auditor was tho man who had them.
County Auditor Dlcknoll waa sent for
and told to bring tho pay rolls wltn
him. Ho camo without them, as all
bo has Is tho book In which tho offi
ce rj sign their names on receiving
their warrants. Tho Grand Jury will
now havo to get the documents from
tho police station.
Tho Grand Jury further demonstrat.
ed that It was on tbo track of tho Po
lice Department by calling Col. Jas.
H. Doyd, who Is now In tho employ
of that Department, as a witness. Ho
baa not as yet been oxamlncd, but Is
awaiting his turn, as Is also tho cassj
Iu tho meantime tho Grand Jury ara
A Clap of Thunder
Out of a Clear Sky .
couldn't. be more startling than our GREAT CLEARANCE 8ALE of
Misses', Children's and Infants' Shoes.
Hlnheit nrttm haew..r for one-fourth. nne.thlrH tnH ana.half th
regular price. Every mother Is Interested and asking "How can they
We can and will easily explain
Note the reduced prices, then
sure to meet some of your friends here.
200 pairs Misses' Tan Shoes; lace, button and slippers.
11 1-2 to 2 1 2. Former price 83.75; S3.0O, 2.50 J NOW 75.
300 pairs Children's Tan Shoes; lace and buttons only.
8 to 11. Former price 92.75, S2.50, 92.00; NOW 50.
100 P'lrs Infants' Tan, Red and Black 8hoes. Size 21-2 to 5
Former price 62.00, $1.75, 91.50; NOW 50t.
TERM8 CASH AND POSITIVELY NO EXCHANQE8. '
PHONE MAIN 282
Tha Alaskan rietenatu hill ha natlerf .
EN DEAD. Afa'
responding to an alarm of fire, Chief ' ';
keeping themselves busy with exam
ining the small fry. The big guns
wero probably found to be too uncom
municative, so now tho Inquisition Is
trying to get at the cho-fa banka from
the other end, namely, by calling bo
fore It tbo lowly players and email
agents, A Japaneso named Sumlda
and his wife were being examined this
forenoon. Tbey were Investigated al
ternately, each being called several
times. Desldes this a, couple of Ha
wallana were waiting In the hall out
side tho Jury room, one of tjicso being
a woman, and several others, among
them being another woman, will bu
called this afternoon.
Tbo Grand Jury la fairly reveling to
the multitude of minor witnesses,
which aro being brought before tbem.
All Indications point to tho fact that
Keklpl, a young Hawaiian formerly In
tho employ of tho Pollco Department,
U putting the Inquisitors on the track
of most of tho witnesses. As a mat
ter of fact, ho la assisting Deputy
High Shorlff George Bea In locating
(Continued on Page 8.)
when you come In.
come oarly and buy. You will be
Shoe Co., Ltd,
FORT STREET HONOLULU