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ONE VOTE FOR
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Sonoma .,.,,.,. Feb. 21
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1 THE EVENING DULLETIN
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S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
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MONDAY, FEB. 19, 1906.
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Vol. XVIII No 3311
HONOLULU, TKHKITORI OF HAWAII. MONDAY FKItltUAKY 10, l(J(J
Pmob 6 Gents
BIG CROWD WELCOMES FIRST MOLOKANS
DIM I ctimHBHLLK
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-Wife ' '
Brown Says Secrets
Of Grand Jury Are
Not Worth Telling
GAMBLING AMD POLICE PAY ROLLS
County Sheriff Arthur M. Brovn was
called before the Territorial grand
Jury this morning as a witness In the
Investigation Into gambling condl
tlona. In regard to che fa almost ex.
Sheriff Brown was In the secret
chamber for oer halt an hour and he
was the only witness examined thta
morning. Following his examination
the Inquisition held n brief consulta
tion and then adjourned until Wed
nt'jclny of this week.
Sheriff Brown, being under no oatn'
to keep secret what had transpired Iu
the grand Jury room, according to tho
recent ruling' of the Supreme Court.
was asKca oy n uo'ieun reporter wum.
had transpired during his examination,
"Oh, cut It out!" laughed the Slier.
Iff. "Tliere was not a thing trnm
plred worth talking about, and that's
tho fact. The examination was along
the lines of this Investigation In 10
gard to gambling. I know that I'm
not obliged to keep secret what trans
pired, but really there was nothing
ihat took place that Is worth talking
,'ltls evident from the remarks of
tha Sheriff that. In bis opinion at least,
the grand Jury made no progress in
today's proceedings, for they accom
plished nothing worth talking about,
and. if Sheriff Brown told the grand
Jurors anything they did not know,
it could have helped them not at all,1
avo ncipea mem urn ui uw,-
"not worth talking about.",
olJuryJJiK other day called
ay rtiZyf 'he police dn-
for the nav
parlment', h&vtng -nrfJer Investigation
matters pertaining thereto. In addition
to tho gambling Investigation. If this
subject was referred to during the ex-
amlnatlon of the chief of pollec. It
amounted to nothing, according to the prepared powder for tho purpose of W. nice, O. W. nlchardson, Miss Fran
Sheriff. I coloring their hands and faces to ap- 'cos L. Richardson, Master Llndloy
Tho books which were produced be.
fore tho grand Jury the otberiday, were
roturncd and were not In the posse,
slon of the Jury when Mr. Iirou was
i i i
The Gerinanla Life, slnco Its begin'
BllllU UB UCK1U'
ntng. has permitted its stockholders
ono vote for eery 1100 worth of stock
he d, and its policy holders ono vote
tor ivery 100 of reserve accruing
tho policy. Mr. Doremus said that ono
third of the company's business Is dono
"Hate you ever had trouble with
the German government?"
"Never. On the contrary, their treat
ment has always been most courteous."
The New York Evening Telegram,
Doc. 20. 1905.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant St.
Telephone Exchange -No. 4.
NO TROUBLE MB
MAtf cjIE lew yo rk
The Kash Company Ltd.
Tho threo K. of P. lodges of this
city meet this ovcnlng at 7 o'clock In
I'rogress Mall, corner Fort and Hero
tanla streets tor a "Big Night."
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Work will be exemplified for a class
K mmbor of tho Honolulu
,0( ',. cxpcctcd t0 be prc,ont.
A corda, vltntlon Is extonded to
0Journlng knights from tho other Is.
lands, from tho mainland and such
as may bo en routo aboard mo trans-
ports or other vessels In tho harbor,
C. M. WHITE,
C. C. Oahu Lodge No. 1.
O. J. WHITEHEAD,
C. C. Mystic Lodgo No. 2.
M. M. JOHNSON.
C. C. Wm. McKlnloy Lodge No. .
FINAL PARADE PLANS
itn.T nn.iu. .k.i,m,. Af th.
Illuuw vjai.iv, MtuiiuiMu ik ..w
Floral Parade Committee, has had a
busy morning making final connections
with various sub-committees In tho.
wmi various suD-commuieea in mo, Forbes, N. S. Forest, Miss uuiauy
matter of Washington's blrthdoy nr-,Oaylord. Capt. W,."W. Harts. U. S. A..
rnngementa. Mrs. W. W. Ilartstwo children and
a peculiar feature of the parade, ac- nura Dr. W. A. Harvey, Mrs. W. A.
cording to tho private plans of some
individuals, will be a bunch of haoles
masquerading as Hawallans. These
enthusiasts liavo procured from the
nhnmhen rime Comnanv a snoelallv
pear as those of native Hawallans. I
There has as yet come no report of
Hawallans applying for powder to
nako their hands and faces appear as
nvthlne other than ther aro.
Tho Hawaiian Trust Co. linn flle.1 It
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with 19,290.69 on account of Income,
It asks to bo allowed $9,351.36. Tho
accounts of tho same company as
trustee for tho Cummins children were
filed. It charges Itself with S28S4
and asks to ho allowed $2840.
Tho next consignment of the Trople
Fruit Co.'a selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per S. 8. Ala.
meda Feb. 14. Leave order at Wells
Fargo office, King 8t
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestls 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
extremist dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
China Arrives With
Fine Appearing Lot Of
VIGOROUS, CLEAN AND
Tho China, from San Francisco,
docked at the Channel wharf shortly
alter 3 o'clock this afternoon. A great
crowd was on tho wharf to welcome
her. She brought slxty-flvo families
it Molokana for tho Kapaa settlement.
To greet these new people to Hawaii
members of the Territorial Board of
Immigration and a numbor of mission,
dries wcro on hand. Commissioner
harden was tho first of the former to
reach tho wharf. Secretary Clarence
I'rabbo of tho Hoard was also In evi
dence Among the missionaries were
tho Itev Bingham and Mr. Rath.
Harry Wilder was at tho wb'arf with
J. P. Cooke's big auto to meet I'ark
Uxpert Robinson. Sam Johnson was
handy to net as Interpreter for tho
Th Moi0ians were lined up along
tho loner deck as the China came
alongside tho wharf, with smiling
faces taking In all they could see.
They aro a healthy, vigorous, clean,
pleasant appearing lot of people. Mr.
J. 11. castle, tnrougb wnoso enoris and
innanciai assistance tne aioioKans so-
riirit traniinortatlon. WAfl tha first toi
I go aboard tho China, rowing out to
,tho tossel In a small boat with Sam
Johnson, who Is acting as Interpreter.
! Bho bitmgs the following passen-
gcrs for Honolulu: M.
.. , r n..H ... w r
nryan Ed ' chase, Mrs. Ed. Chase, C.
f. Eckart.' S. B. Forbes. Mrs. S. B.
Forbes, N. S. Forest, Miss QQladya
Harvey, n. C. Lattln, F. M. Leo, Mrs.
F. M. Leo. Miss Marjorle Lee. J It.
Long, J. P. Ncwsome, E. E. Oldlng,
M. M. O Shhaughncssy, Ira S. Parke,
Mrs. H. C. Parke. Miss L. M. Parke. II.
Richardson, c. M. Robinson, Mrs. u
M. Robinson, O. J. Smith, Mrs. O. J.
omuii. a, Bpuxcr. u.i . airons, i.ir.
O. II. StrongJ. B Tallman, Geo
lT.h cla"- W- D.- Turl. M"- 'P- P
Nat, B. Weinberg. Mrs. Nat. n.
Weinberg and child, P. Wclnholi.
For Yokohama: Miss Julia Doughty,
Mr. W. J. Logan, Mils A, A. Logan,
Miss F. L. Logan, Mr. M. Shlbatn, Mr.
K. Shlmomura. For Kobe: Mr. W. II.
For Nagasaki: Mrs. M. Clifford
,. J.' m.1
J. P. Gray, Miss L. Lcland,
Mrs. Nathanson, Mr. E. uunge. lor
Tho Moana Hotel gives a hop this
ovcnlng In honor of Col. Mansfield of
tile Second U. S. Infantry, and Quar-
termaster Captain Williams of tho
transport Meado, with tho officers and
ladles of the troopship,
a general in-
vltatlon is extended by the manage-
ilNI EN1H III -MOHf
ment of the hotol to tho officers of.w. Russel Bootc, Walluku. Maul, den-1
tho Lawton, visitors by tne
China, army and navy officers
and town people. It will bo a very
pleasant affair, sustaining the Moana
reputation for social success. I
S. n. Kingsbury baa opened law of
flcos In the Boston building, rooms
200, 201, 202. Telephone Main 192.
Is assured when valuables are deposit
ed In a box In our safe-deposit vault.
The cost Is only
5 PER YEAR
and upwards and this nominal outlay
may be the cause or saving you nun
dreds of dollar and the loss of valu
able documents, which when oneo de
stroyed cannot be replaced.
Trust Co., Ud
Fort Street, Honolulu
Manila: Mr. E. K. Amldon, Mr. Geo.
C. Banter, Mr. B. Wheats Clark, Mr.
F. J. Compton, Mis M. Ide, daughter
or Guv. of Philippine, Mr. U McNal.
Mr W. C. Ogan, Mr. J. J. Swocnoy,
Mrs. J. J. Sweeney and child, Mrs. A.
F. Woodsum. For Hong Kong: Mr.
I. Amory, ncv. S. II. W. Dlgby, Mr.
Milton i:, Getz, Mils Ethel Graves,
Mr. Augustus U Heckler, Miss Laura
McKlnstrcy, Mr. 13. U HonscrV Mr.
A. N. Rantoul. Mils A. N. Huntoiil. Mr.
S. F Smith, Mrf. I). II. Wall, For Ho.
nolulu: Miss Hmelln Brand, Miss A.
B. Chandler, Mr. F. A, Hollobaugh,
Mr, Henry Northey,J.Mlss May Northey,
Mr. J. W. Porter.
The Federal Grand Jury reas
sembled this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Its report was 'ready, but tho Court
had adjourned until tomorrow morn-
im m whirh iimi. iim
probably be submitted.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
tho news of the day. For 81 a year,
Federal Grand Jury
Federal Grand Jurv was In
KflMiInn from 10 n 11 o'clock this fore-
noon, but called no witnesses before
jt. Tho Inquisition was very busy pre-
paring Its. report, which will bo dcllv
0rcd this afternoon, tho body having
adjourned until 2 p. m.
The United States District Court
this morning .started on tho business
of criminal trials for tho special Feb-
ruary term, by calling In Its trial Jur-
ors. Tho following return or the ve-
hIha m.km .h.I ta. tfnval.nl llnnM,,
.U11U WOO 1UOUU UJ dlHIBll.1 11VIIU,.
C. A. Decew. Honolulu: Bam'l K.
Paulo, Honolulu; Wm. Ebcllng, llllo,
excused Jan. 22. 00 for reason drawn
on 4th Circuit Orand Jury first; Ern-
oat H. Austin, llllo. oxcuscd Jan. 30.
for business reasons; Henry K. Kel-
v lllln- Dnvlil llmichi. Honolulu;
Guorso Watt. Hana. Maul, excused by
Judge Dole: Chas. E. Kempstor. Ko-
hala. Hawaii, left the Territory two
years ago; Sam'l. Ladd, Honolulu: AI-
bcrt B. Clerk, Honolulu, Dentist; Rob
ort J, Pratt, Honolulu; U. A. llanno-
borg. Honolulu, not In tho Territory;
OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED 1860
In the recent insurance investigation
no company passed a better ex
LIFE. All approved forms of in
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
MANAGERS, TERR. OF HAWAII
Honolulu Knights of Pythias con
template occupying the entire upper
floor of tho splendid new building to
be eroded by Fred. Harrison on the
corner of Bcretanta und Fort streets,
adjoining the Catholic Cathedral.
Negotiations were begun this morn
ing between II. T. Moore, a commlttre
of ono. with power to act, appointed
by McKlnley Lodge, and Contractor
Fred, Harrison, for the special con
struction of the upper story to accom
modate the needs of the local lodge
While the matter Is not definitely
settled there Is every prospect to tho
Knights taking tho second story for
A large dancing hall will be Includ
ed In the plan. This will face on Fort
and Bcretanta streets. Behind will be
Iho lodgo rooms and between the danco
ball and tho lodge rooms will be situ
tted tho specially adapted quarters.
Mr. Hnrrlson has received numerous
proposals for tho upper story but It
Is practically settled that he will
lease, for n long term, to the Knights
All the stores on the ground floor of
the new building have already been
tlst: M. Fcmandes. Honolulu, not In
Iho Territory. John Lano. Honolulu:
Zeno K. Moycrs, Honolulu: Rlchnrd
Babel, Honolulu, sea captain: Albort
Trask, Honolulu; Joao Costcllo, llllo,
Hawaii, not In tho Territory; John
Oudcrkirk. Honolulu; James A. Wll-
Hams, Honolulu; C. J. Holt, Hono-
lulu, excused January 23, Territorial
oinolal; Edward Hanapl, HonoVuvi;
Charlca crozlcr, Honolulu; Isaac Ten
ta, Honolulu: wm. Baviuge. Honolulu:
'Tnna t Valfn.lll.nl lltl. Itaurnll
,.lll .1. ..nnuuui,,, ..., .,...,
no answer from summons sent out by
mall: E. C Cbapln, Honolulu, excused.
on Territorial Jury; Herman Eiaarts,
Juna, Hawaii: W, K. Smith. Koloa,
Kauai: Wm. G. Scott. Walluku, Maul:
Lincoln L. McCandless, Honolulu; A.
8. KaleloDU. Honolulu: Harry Wag'
ncr. Honolulu, not In tho Territory; E,
Colt Hohron, Honolulu: Joseph Fer
nandes. Honolulu: II. F. Bortelmann.
Honolulu; J. II, Harrison, Honolulu,
no answer from summons sent out by
man; rrana uoairoy, iionoiuiu, bick
bed; H. M. Whitney, Honolulu;
(Contlnutd on Page B)
IN THE TERRITORIES
WA8HINQTON, Feb. 19, The House of Representatives today passed
the bill Introduced by Representative C. E. Llttlefleld, prohibiting gambling
In tho Territories of the United 8tatcs.
Lock Canal Is
WA3HINOTON, Feb. 19. President Rooievelt and Secretary Taft
favor the lock scheme for the Panama canal. This will take a shorter period
and make a saving of $100,000,000 Ip the canal cost It Is recommended hy
a minority of the consulting engineers who visited the canal strip, a major
ity of the Canal Commissioners, and by the Chief Engineer.
LONQWORTH8 GO TO CUDA.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19. Congressman and Mrs.
today for Cuba on their honeymoon trip.
SHOT AT PRESIDENT REYES.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19. Reports received here "today state that eight
shots were fired at President Reyes of Colommbta on the tenth Inst Tho
President escaped unharmed.
LONDON, Feb. 19. The King opened Parliament today with the usual
FILIBUSTER FACTORIE8 DOMBAWOED. f
"MARCHICA., Feb. 19. A Moroccan warship haBombanJd fie factories
of the French filibusters.
SIXTEEN MINERS KILLED.
MAITLAND, Colo, Feb. 19 8lxteen coal miner were killed here today'
In a dust explosion.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cat., Feb,
Previous quotation, 8s 3-4d.
WIS NEW UW
Medical License 'Matter
Brought To Supreme
LAW DECLARED TO BE ""
LAWYER8 8AY 08TEOPATH8 ARE
LITTLE MORE THAN MA88AQE
ARTI8TS AND TRAINED
Thompson and demons, attorneys
for Dr. J. T. McDonald In the test case
which was brought against him ti
decide the validity of the physician's
license law, have filed an appeal Ir.
points of law to the Supreme Court
from the District Court.
It Is shown that the law Is Invulld
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Is undoubtedly considered the greatest annoyance any one can have In
a warm climate.
A pair of our coarse meih LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures
you a great deal of comfort. ALL THE T0URI8T8 8AY THAT.
Canvas 8hoei throughout the 8tatea are quite the fad, but that they
have had to come to Honolulu to find out tho Foot Comfort In them,
Our line is strictly tho most carefully selected In town and the Prices
make you buy, Qet a pair from us and then go sight-seeing.
PHONE MAIN 282 1051
"M. -' '
SUGAR: 88 analysis Deets, 8s 1 1-2d.
because It contracncs tho constitution
al guaranty of "equal protection of the
laws," and because It contravenes the
constitutional prohibition against de
privation of liberty or property with
out "due rrocess of law."
Referring to tho statue tho brief
states that Its sin against the consti
tution Is 'and extreme, and
nothing can bo seen In It anythlngex
cept an Intent to discriminate In favor
of a particular class of "leaders." It
Is shown that under the provisions of
the act an ostcopathlat can practice
surgery on an Innocent community,
without having had any special train
ing In that Bclenco other than th
llmltod experience necessary to obtain
a diploma from a college of osteopathy.
(Continued on Pag 8)
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Jfj from which to make selections.
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