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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. SATURDAV; FEB. 17. 1900
pMilsWMiBiSiiiiSiyjl ; WEATHER REPORT
Mens Tan Prospecting Boots:
Made of Viscol Calf
J 7 Inch High Leg
Mclnerny Shoe Store
NAME OF STOCr
S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures 8 a. m., CO; 8 n. m.,
73; 10 a. in., 7G; noon, 78; mornlnnj
vS ' minimum, 66,
SffJJ I "narometcr. 8 n. m.. 30.17: absolute.
Kr tiumlillty, 8 n. m., 0.020 grains per Hawaiian Sujarco ..
?5 .cubic loot, relative humidity, 8 a. m. 'Z.sHii&'l
HONOLULU STOCK EXlHANGE
HONOLULU, February 17. 1906.
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hours ended nt noon, 136 miles,
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Section Director, U. 8. Weather Bu
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two places are not allowed to mingle.
It Is also shown that tlto prisoners. In
tho Honolulu Jail wear a Plain blue
ilonlm tfnlfnrm nn,l ftrM tint i.nmnnlla.1 Oahu U ft L Co
to work In public, while those In Oahu "..' M-oV".'"'
lull have a striped uniform and are' ' BOM
compelled to work in pubic. It Is held " ?S 1 c!HL2i
Mini mo niicgimon mai mo liommuil HioTortl ,Hp c.
mil is nart or the uamt inn is un- n""
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. ICtlOUUllUlU UUIl IB 11 IllUre BUUUTIUKl' Halka
snd shown that the Honolulu lall w.ij iiawLon
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If you have,
you now $50.00
(Fifty DolIars)worth of Fur
niture, Rugs, Matting, &c,
the balance on Easy Payments,
Our Prices are the lowest; our goods
the best, and your Credit with us is Good
Coyne Furniture Co.,
:tl SujTv Co 6 a c
Coma Sac Co pc
'.onflnlnR misdemeanor prisoners only.'
It Is nls denied that the punishment,
HonUTft L Co 6 oc.
Kahuku Plant Co 6 p c ..
Inflicted on Chun Hoon was an Infam- o.huSuriTcS'p'e'
uiiii uvt vi itnuvivu ,iij viiiiic nun uiiauiirvopij,
WjIIu Aptc CpCl
which he was charged nn fnfnmous
trlmc within tho mennlng of the Fifth
in.emlmcnt of the Constitution.
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Humphreys nske.l that tho hearlnB bV. ,r"-. XZ ' 'Vii rn- n V,l
rnnllnn,l In nnt.. h ovn.,1.1 .,.... C. tm- iM OnomCB, 121.00; 80 Ho-
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continued In order that he would have
their to prepare nlndavlls to nnsuer It
Prosser replied that tho return
Ihowed that the prlnoncr had been leg
ally convicted and sentenced to tlm
Honolulu Jail. Even If it were admit
ted that every statement In tho peti
tion was true, still that would not en
title tho prisoner to his release. He
therefore asked that tho Court remand
him to the custody of tho Hlh Sher
iff. "That would be deciding the case be
fore hear I UK It," said Judge Oc Bolt.
"I will tell Your Honor Just what
Is going to happen," cxcalmcd l'ros.
ocr. "This man has been properly con
victed undconlincd. Tho result Is go
ing to be that Your Honor Is going in
sustain the Judgment of tho District
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LONDON BEETS, 8s, 3-4(1
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Court. Then an appeal will bo taken' Judge Humphreys, after delivering
to the Supreme Court and from , ther. ZZF&&
to tho Supreme Court of the United .0ng f MatC(I lhat no COulc. not go right
Btntes, and during all this time the lOIJ w.,n lhe hearing, as he wished io
prisoner will bo out on ball, and he ,)ro,,nro BOmo gWorn affidavits dcnylns
will be out on fcall until wo are all dead. tertn( n(lrtg 0f tho return
I aBk that tho man bo placed In cus- pr0Bser suggested that Court and
tody until n showing Is made why he coungci ntt so 0vcr to tho Jail In il
should he released."
Judge Dc Holt said It would bo host
to go right on with the hearing
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hack and see tho conditions thcro
themselves. If Humphreys' affidavits
wnro going to ho directed to mat pimno
of tho raeo In this manner tho tak
ing of a mass of testimony and time
would bo saved
Clear and Humphreys both spolo
against going on with tho caso Immed
iately, stating that they had not re
ceived Ufa return heforo 9 o'clock this
morning and had had no time to an
swer it dear en Id ho did not sea the freight belonging
LOCAL iND GENERAL
Auto hacks at Stock) ards Stables.
Hnn't fnrirot thnao Kitmtfiv HInnpra '
at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, one dot-1
A notice to creditors of Kwong Hint;
Lny Co., bankrupts. Is published In thli
Quit carrying that "last straw" ad
vertise in The Bulletin Want ads. for
a partner. i
Blank hooks of alt sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by tho Bulletin Tub. i
An unknown steamer, with thrp
masts, was sighted off Barber's Point
If you Ilka nice Island chickens and
"Knhlklnul beef" call up Tel. 461. Buy
monil ltnnch Mnrkct.
Kckape, a Japanese, was given three
mnnths In Jail this morning by tho I'o
lice Judge for vagrancy.
Jan. I'. Morgan will sell next Krlilay,
Kelt. 23 at 10 n m. nt his aurtton room
a very iholco lot of new oak furniture
Look out for the announcement of
Blom's money-saving feature for next
week. It will 8iirprleo you and glvo
rnul Costa wishes It known to Irn
friends that he did not succeed In ob
taining transportation as petitioned
from tho Governor.
I Use Novelty .Mills Patent Excellent
Klour. It is by far tho best In the
market and costs no more, than In
ferior brands. California Kcctl Co.
Klro wood from the Kahaulkl mil
itary camp enn be purchased In quan
tities to suit from tho Moana Express,
19 Hotel street, or Telephone. Btuo fill
Why arc tho Alfred Benjamin
clothes worn more than any other
brand? Ask your friends who arc
wearing them or coll nt Tho Kaslt Co.,
Ltd., and get full particulars.
There will be n meeting of tho Kail
hi Improvement Club nt 7:20 o'clock
p. m. Monday tho 19th Inst., nt the
Kallhl-waenn school. All those who
aro IntcresteJ In Improving tho district
nro kindly requested to attend. Man
uel V. I'eter, secretary.
Tour Japanese, who were arrested
for malicious injury In breaking Into
the house of another of their country
men, were discharged from that chargo
today and a chargo of consplrncy en
tered against them. Their bonds
woro fixed nt $200 each.
Tho Seattlo Brewing & Mailing Co,
makers of the famous Italiilcr beer, art
distributing a handsome, calendar, th"
inn In feature of which is a picture of
Miss Hazel MrKlnnon, of Seattle, who
Is tho winner of a prize of (100 as a
subject for the calendar.
Tho directors of tho Honolulu Cham
ber of Commerce havo notified the Ha
waii Promotion Committee of the fact
hat they warmly favor, as a great Ha
waii advertising scheme, tint touring
if the United States by tho Hawaiian
Vand, provided suitable guarantco of
the return of tho band to Hawaii Is
It was learned today by the steamer
Klnon that tho boiling house. recently
burned at Onomca Is rapidly being re
paired, and will probably b In rcndl
ties for operation In about six weeks.
Twenty-six of tho passengers 'on the
Ktnau were returning from a trip to
tho Volcano. Tho trip of tho Klnau
wns uneventful. Tho weather was
good during tho days sho was at sea.
Tho Manoa Improvement Club held
Its regular meeting last evening. Tho
following officers wcro elected for tho
ensuing year: President. W. J. Bob
inson; vlco president, II. E. Cooper;
iieciotary, John Kfflngcr; treasurer, J.
Harris Mackenzie. Tho roll of mem'
bcrahlp Is with Mr. Mackenzie at Bish
op & Co. Insurance department. Bethel
street, and all residents or taxpayers
of Manoa, oxclusivo of -College Hills,
nro Invited to sign tho same.
When tho steamer Llkcllko was at
Kalaupapa tho swells were so heavy
that in unloading freight a boat was
smashed on tho rocks. Soma of tho
freight was wet as a result, hut nnno
of It wns seriously damaged. All tho
at that plaro was
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Jti,i.l fc'iff vi EST
The warm weather Is coming on
apace and It Is very desirable to know
how to keep cool,
taken regularly, reduces the tempera
ture of the body and renews the wast
ed tissue. It Is an Ideal beverage for
all seasons of the year, but especially
in the summertime.
1 iW'T j?F AH kinds here Rings and I
f if 'V'wr i r'"3 a,ul Sl,,ls a,ui 1Jar
IPf!r??"'Jn 1 r"1B'1, "!U' Brooches ami
vw 'iP. yf 1 C'la'", Uvcrythtns tip-to-
f SiS$&S: fJ " 'atC '" Jcs'Sn on properly
(fl$ki M. R. COUNTER $
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necessity for such drastic action I unloaded In snlto of tho had sen. Away
The Couit asked Prosser when no from tho land a Ilttlo dUtanca tho sea
had finished tho preparation of his re
turn. Prosper said nt 1 p m yesterday.
It was then too late to flic It. Hum
phreys remarked that If he had re
ceived tho return at 5 p. m. yesterday,
be would havo been ready this morning.
Judge Do Bolt Bald that under the
rlrcuniBtauccs ho thought tho mailer
must bo continued. His tlmo was, how.
ever, so taken up that ho did not think
b(t would 1)0 ntilo to near tho matter
before Saturday noxL
Pressor suggested assigning tho mat
ter to some other Judgo. Tho Judge
answcicd Hint bo was tho only ono In
commission nt present
was not had,
but near tho islands It
to bo rough, In somo
Macy-Wernecke Roller Top
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and finish leave nothing to be
desired. They are fitted with
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posieis many desirable features
not found In other desks. The
prices are moderate for such
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We have the Sole Agency and ha
had It for years.
The Denman Ranch has the dm
creamery In California. '
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St. Paul, Keb. 7 Thomas W Law
son of Boston held a four hours' con
fetenco with Governor JohtiBon nt th
inpltol today. Immediately nftcrward
I-nwson left for Chicago. Tho Btibject
of tho conferenco was tho forming o
u commltteo or. uovcrnors anil otner
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Owing to a change In th price
certain sizes of crushed rock, prlcti
future will be as follows: No. 1, $
per cu. yd.; No. 2, $1.80 per cu. )
No. 3, JZ05 per cu. yd.; No. 4, f
per cu. yd.
Wt wish to call attention to
fact that No. 4 has bien reductd
practically the price of whlU u
making It available for all kinds of
crete work, for which It Is far supn
to any other sand.
lirnmlnrnl men to Investlcato the nf-
There wcro nt I inirs of tho New York LIfo and the
prrsent only Lindsay anil hltmelf, and Mutual LIfo Insurance, companies.
Llndsuy was sick. At tho closo of the conferenco Law-
Prosser suggested that tho matter son stated that his Interview with flov-
U set for hearing somo afternoon at c: nor Johnson hnd been cry satlsfac
p. m but tho Court did not fancy tho , wry.
Clear Bald that In this connection he
would stato that tho matter was not
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives n complete summary of
tho nowg of tho day. For SI a y'-"'1
Lord & Belsei
dr. J. t. Mcdonald,
Office REMOVED to Rooms 2
I he Alexander Young Building. Ho
10-12; 2-4; 7 8. Residence, Th A
ander Yodng Hotel. Telephone C
Makoa Flesh ond Btrongth for Sick
Nortrous Women, 8tnpa)V Mimosa In a
ei by mnklttK stronK, rloh red bl
cheeks dlaonao tor (Itlnat you stronxl
reelet It. Sold by Dri'RKH ve, 70 els a
or 3 boies for 42., or mat. 1 on recel
Brloe. Write uenbout Homi Treatrt
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Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Governor Johnson has consented to
remain as n member of the commltteo
I have In mind." wild 1-nwtou, "and the
going to bo a short ono, which could be ollieis who will make up a part of the.
Prosser iciimmuico nro iiovcrutir iiruwnru ui
heard In nn hour, such as
teemed to want to Indicate to the, Florida, former Attorney-Ocnernl
Court. Prosser had prophesied lhat the Kiank S. Monuett of Ohio nud Fremont
Court would sustain the Judgment of Older of S.in Francisco, I am not yet
icauy in announce mo otner names.
"I have enough proxies right now to
gie me ntlng control of the New York
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the District Couit He (Clear) was JuH
us confident that tho prisoner would
"I clon't know as yet what I will de
cide." remarked tho Court.
"If tho Court decides that tho pris
oner shall bo discharged," said Pros
ier, "It wjll mean that every man who
Is Imprisoned on n common drunk caso
will be discharged from custody.'
Life and tho Mutual Life.
Governor Johnson said nftcr tho con
ference that ho had agreed to remain
un tho committee, "although I refuse I
! to act as chairman of It, ns Lawsou
' urged mo to do, us it would tnko too i
I much of my tlmo uway from tjio State,
.1 ml ce Do Bolt said that he Intended ho added.
Io decide as seemed to him right und "Has Mr. Lawson the ucccssary prox
lust In tho matter. Ho asked Pressor lea from policy holders to control the
why he had nut ulven Ilumnhrcvs a voting III tho two big life Insurance
J copy of the return yesterday afternoon, j companies?" was asked.
Prosser snltl that ho had filed It In ( J ucuove rrmu tno snowing no nuwr
Ilia time specified. Counsel on tho. this afternoon that ho has," replied Hit
other sldo had In previous cases failed
to show the Attorney General's Depart
ment such courtesy, that made It neces
sary for It to reclprocato.
"I hnvo always treated tho Attorney
General's Department with a great
deal more courtesy than any of them
over there deslro," retorted Hum
phreys. Tho Court finally set the matter for
hearing next Suturday at 9 a, m.
As a fitting wind-up to the scene a
Governor, "and I hellevo Iwson has
a card up his sleeve that will astonish
t - tt
great piece of plaster fell from tho
telling at this moment, and shattered
Into many pieces on tho floor on the
spot whero Prosser had stood a mo
'Iet Justlco be done If the heavens I
fall," exclaimed Judgo Gear appro-11
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