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p THE EVENING BULLETIN
32000 PRIZE CONTEST.
SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1908,
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EVERY ISSUE SUPPLIES THE REASON
Vol. XVIII No 3:UH.
16 pages noyou'itH. TKHKrrnity op Hawaii Saturday kichuuahy 21 uhhi-io pagec
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Humphreys By Henry
IMPORTANT POINTS Ifj HABEAS CORPUS CASE
The Chun Hnon habeas corpus mat
ter wan fought out heforo Judge De
Holt thin forenoon an far ns tho tad.
Ins of testimony wag concerned. Tin
Argument will be heard thin ' after
noon. While it In contrary to ctntoni
to have court session on Saturday af
ternoon. Judge Do Holt recommend
'd It In this case in order to savo time
A nil t hil Alfnrndvi rtti lint h m IjI am pnnrt.
llyV ngrecd to It. Judge Gear audi M. I IWwln will probably haye to
Judge Humphrey appeared for Chun l"'"!"KO an operation for treatment
lloon, while Deputy Attorney Cleiieral j"f "lisccaa in tho car. For n couple
Prossor and MlUcrton represented tho! of weeks he has been troubled. Doctors
Territory. Hodger and Ualdwln have been attend-
Two important points were raised Ing htm.
In Chun Hoon's petition for n habeas Today Dr. Watcrhousc was called
corptiH. One wns that he had been in consultation and It Is possible nn
venteneed to a term of one year for operation will be performed on tho
gambling without an .Indictment or a mn,IO, hone within two or three days
Jiirv irla to which. It was claimed, ho Thg afternoon the stenmcr Klnuii
had a right. The second point was )ttm be scnl , Maalaca bay to bring
that while he was nominally confined , Honolulu Messrs II A and V F
In the Honolulu Jail, the distinction ' nt i Vii 11 i tin hlwln-, 1,
between the Honolulu Jail and . ,!''' '". "- H. P Haldwlns sons.
Oahu prison was merely nn arbitrary
one, and that In reality these two In-
Mltutlong were one and tho same
High Sheriff Henry wns the first
witness called by Humphreys. He!
raid he was In charge of the Oahu1
I'rlHon and alo all tho Territorial I
Jails. The Honolulu Jail was a Ter-1 Tho Honolulu Knights of Pythias
rltorial Jail. He knew of no county; have decided to loaso tho entire upper
Jail. The entrance to the Honolulu floor of the two-story building In
Jail was through tho penitentiary gate, course of construction by Contractor
Prisoners who were tnken Into tho Jail Kred Harrison on tho corner of Here
were detained In the hnll of tho prm , tanla and Fort streets. The fact that
nn to be searched All prisoners who the I'ythlans had this under consider
were sentenced for moro than six mum was published tho other day.
month had to be photographed. This ; Today the matter was settled and
was neenrding to the rules of the John Nelll. for Oahu I-odgo No. 1, J.
rrlson and Jail. m. McChesncy for Mystic Lodge No. 2
Tho rules were pioduced and It wns, and II. T. Mooio for Wllllum McKln
nhnwn that they applied only to tho iev i.odge No. S, closed with Mr. Hnrrl
prison. Henry admitted that he ap-jM)n f0r n ten y.ears" leaso.
jiiii-ti uu luirn in iiiu jinnwii in tut:
Henry further stated that tho pris
oners' names were entered on a card
Index system. The names of prisoners
In hnth Jail snd prison were kept in
tho same cabinet. Henry
the card btlonclng In Chun lloon
giving hit number, age, weight, etc.
This togMner with hi phu'ograph,
was ottered )n evidence. Henry said
that the prlioners were numbered,
mlsdomeam r prisoners and felons, se
quentially. Henry alvn produced Ills "receiving
book " In this bonis the entries of
both cla(fc of prisoners were nindii
Indiscriminately. Slek prisoners, said
Henry, were placed In tho hospital,
vrhlrh wns situated within tho walls
of tho penitentiary. Hero they wero
attended by felons, Among the hos
pital stewards were K. 8. Itoyd and
other long-term men. Tho penitentiary
nnd Jail prisoners wero given tho samo
fond, prepared In the samo kitchen.
"Are prisoners jn (he Jail required
to wear any special garb?' asked
(Continued on Pago 4.)
The next consignment of the Tropic
Fruit Co.'t selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per Korea,
March 2. Leave orders at Wells Fargo
office, King St.
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The Kash Company Ltd,
H. P. BALDWIN MAY
THE MONKEY WINS
The minor che-fa banks aro still
running w-ith good results. Yesterday
the Akana bank with headqunrtcrs at
Walklkl, the same which was "busted"
last Wednesday, gave out tho word
'"keko" at 5:30 o'clock In the nficr-
noon. Keko is the Hawaiian worn tor
Largest Stock In the City
from which to make selections.
; J. Hopp & Co.
V "Old Reliable Furniture House."
('.YOUNG BUILDING. K
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
are tailored from the choicest fabrics!
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths aro 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
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Members of tho Hnwall Promotion
Committee met in special session yes
terday afternoon and voted a special
award to Mr. Chapin of New York
visiting here, as a token of tho public
expression in appreciation of hlf
unique and beautiful automobile exhl
bit In the great parade on Washing
This award will probably be pre
sented early next week.
Thousands admired Chaptn's boat of
Honors on wheels In the big floral and
pa-u procession. That ho did
not receive tha highest honor seemed
to prove a general disappointment.
The special award by tho Promotion
Committee, huwever, Is mado without
pny referenco to the action of tho
ludges of tho dny. It Is merely a tok
n of popular opinion.
Mrs. Annie Kearns respectfully calls
attention to her catch phrase and nlso
wishes to notify our visitors from the
mainland that tho manufactures all Is
land Jams nnd chutney, nnd packs the
sama In large or small lots as required
also rnn arrange especial rates to auy
address desired. Phone llluo 1411, I'nc-
.... .... .
tory tm Hotel street nearly opposite
i no iuuus uuiei.
GElKi REUDY FOR
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President I). P 11. Isenbcrg of the
Honolulu Wahobnll Asson-atlon. haH
given notice of tho nnnunl meeting of
tho Association to bo held at tho
Young bo-el on Wednesday next, at 3
o'clock In tho afternoon.
Thi.ro u-ltl l.n iTnimrtnnl l.iwlnc. n
consider, an election of offltcrs nnd
ho planning of a schedule
Lorrln Andrews, formerly secretary
and trensurer. is in Shanghai, nnd
a new man must bo chosen to fulfill
SUNDAY DAND CONCERT.
Following Ik tho program for tho
Sunday band concert at 3 o'clock In
Mm Capitol grounds:
"Tho Old Hundred"
Overture Military King
Ballad Holy City 1... Adams
umoue LOMimiui ' aul
Selection Itobln Hood hove
I'Aiu 11. I opened next Saturday evening In the
Vocal Hawaiian Snngs.Ar. by Ilergor.ohl building ot tho Union Keed Com-
Mm. N. Alapal. pnny on Queen street directly In rear
Selection Scionado Herbert ' of llackfeld & Co.'h, Holler skntlng Is
Intermozzo-Ilusslnn Kranko 'ho latest fad and It Is lots of fun.
nnaloi-Popiilar Alra O'Haro Honolulu will have a chance to en-
Thn fllni Qnrmrrlnrl Unnnnr
Wllllnm Kaha was sentenced to 20
1as In Jail today for striking Mrs.'
Hapcnla with a picket. He plead
sullty to tho ehnrge, and excused him
(elf for his rash act by saying that he
Mas drunk at tho tlmo.
Is assured when valuables are deposit
ed In a box in our safe deposit vault.
The cost Is only
S5 PER YEAR
and upwards and this nominal outlay
may be the cause of saving you hurt
drVds of dollars and the toss of valu
able documents, which when once de-i
stroyed cannot be replaced
Trust Co., Lid
Prices Were Fair And
NEARLY HALF MILLION
PAID OUT IN DIVIDENDS
NOT FAVORABLE FOR YOUNQ
CANE ON ACCOUNT OF DRY
NESS AND COLD AN
The annual meeting of the shaie
holders of the Pioneer Mill Company
Limited, was held this morning at the
unices of II. HnckfoM & Co.. at 10
Olflccrs and directors were elected
ns 'follows, tho old olllrcrs being re
.1 R llackfeld. president; I), P. 11.
Isenbcrg. first vlco-prcsldcnl (succeed
ing II. A. Isciiberg. deceased); 11.
Kocke,, second vice-president; W. Pfo
tenhauer. treasurer; V. Klamp, secre
tary, A Hnnbcrg. auditor
Tho nliove otllcers, excepting the au
ditor, with .1. A. Mc-Candless and K.
W Macfarlano. constitute the board ot
The treasurer's report shows: Ex
penditure for permanent Improvements,
properties, balance December 31. 1901,
:1.125.9I0.4C; additions during 1905.
l71.0H2.Ct; toinl U197.0i9.10.
Depreciation: Distributed to prollt
and to accounts lois account. $128,377.
Ualancc, December 31, 190S, 3.05S,t76.
Operating expenses for 1903: Prepar
ing nml nlnnttne: Rteam nml mule
(plowing, $11,749.38; preparing. $32,
I SIS. 43; cutting nnd hauling seed. $13,-
Itf - .i' - , IMtlMllilK, ,1,...VJ). V-Ultl.Ul-
nKirrga,nK, including water rent.
3S2.92; planting. I7.3SS.68. Cultlvnt-
185,620.21; pump expenses, (80,474.45;
fertilizer, $132,852.08; fertilizing, $11,
449.15; weeding, $56,615 22; rattoonln,
$5,118.06; ciiltlvntli n wntracts, $21,
G55.46. Harvesting Cutting and load!
Ing cane. $95,718.31. Manufacture
Mill expenses. $53,542.05; mill repairs,
$21,616.47; containers nnd twine. $33.
540.(8. Shipment of Sugar Shipping
- expenses, $861.72, Sundry Accounts-
,,, , .,. ,.cP.,.f. rnSir, .
f laulltllncss. $2,423.01; blacksmith ind
carpenters, $1,096.06; wharf expenses,
'$11,068 59: medical expenses, $2,810 39;
legal expenses, $3,579 75; property
Muxes. $39.53100: insurance, $3,819.21;
I incidental CXPCnSC. $5,157 09; lunil
rent. $5.132.6S: lire wood nnd fuel. $2,-
. rOO-in. .,,.lnw Ofl A. ....Inn, n...
Ijonatlon..' ,,.,'30''. 'ZZ inula
' XI)-i 115.447.71i; locomotive and train
1 exn.. $22,880.33: uencral exnenso. $35.-
358.08. Total for the year $921,093.83.
Tho net prdflt for 1905 was $711.
378.25; crtdlt balance to be carried for
ward to next year. $300,887.38.
Dividends paid out, 18 per cent,
Assets amount to $4,383,963.96. Lia
bilities: Capital account, $2,750,000;
(Continued on Page 8.)
SKATES HAYE ARRIVED
I Ileal old fashioned skates and not
expensive. A skntlng rink will be
I ' v B,u,
OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED I860
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
"I think It Is n shnmc to give the
public school teachers as small sal
aries as they nro getting now " said
Acting Governor Atkinson this fore
noo.i, "How can you expect to get
decent teachers on 'the salaries that
aro now being paid. I feel sure that
something could have been saved In
othei things and added to the teach
ers' pay. I havo been watching the
appropriations some, nnd I think that
some of them could hnve been cut,
some of those repair Items for Instance
for the benefit of the teachers' pay
roll I think that when the next legisla
ture goes Into session we should make
suro of getting a good and milllcleiit
apptoprlatlnn for the teachers, even If
vnno of the other Items will hnve to
bo cut thmn as a consequence. I nm
In frvor of mining these salaries, not
onlv to restore them to the old basis
but to place them on a good basis "
ONE WAS TOO SLOW
Four Hawaiian boys were aliimtln-;
craps this morning on tho wharf, when
Officer ltrsen unexpectedly appeared
on the scene. For n moment there
was consternation among them, for ha
hud Ihani corned nnd wns prepared to
put them nil under arrest. There was
but one of two things to do, nnd that
wns cither to be arrested or lump Intu
the water. They all Jumped, like so
many toads, for the water, but ono
was too slow, and found himself In thai
hands of the law before ho realized'
what had happened to him. He was
taken to the police station where lis
'gue Ills name as William Isaac. After
I receiving a severo reprimand for what
lie hnd done, he wah released, with
I the promise Hut In tho future he
would be a rcnl good boy.
2.15 p. m. Matinee at tho Orpheuni.
"The While Caps."
2:30 p. in. Association (Soeker)
football at the baseball grounds:
MaMes vs. lolanls.
2:20 p. 111. Hawaiian band at the
3:20 p. m. Punahous vs. Y. M. C.
A., Association football at baseball
8 p. m tlospol Mission, 17 Waver
toy block. Hotel street.
8 p. in. Salvation Army, "Free and
8 p. m. "Hod Hiding Hood's Res
cue," by 8t. Andrew's Priory girls.
8:15 p. m. Opera Homo: "ills Ex
cellency tho Governor' by High School
8:15 p. m. "Tho Whlto Caps" at
tho Orpheum theater.
Lists of the otllcers elected to servo
for tho ensuing year In tho following
companies: Walohlnti Agricultural &
Grazing Co., Olowalu Company, Pono
Jmwal Coffeo Co., and Hllo Sugar Co.,
aro published In this issue.
Army At Manila
Is Preparing For
Trouble In China
(At$odatcd Veil Bptelnt Callt)
MANILA, Feb. 24. Gen. Leonard Wood has postponed his trip of Inspec
tion to Mindanao. Preparations In the army continue to shape themselves S3
as to give ample preparation In case of trouble with China,
Privy Councillor Of
(Attnrinlril 1'rcti Special CnbleJ
WARSAW, Feb. 24. Privy Councillor Ovanolf was assassinated today.
I o .
Cadets Were Killed
In Kenyon Fire
f.ttaorlitrit rrr Xprrlal Cablt)
GAMDIER, Ohio, Feb. 24. Kenyon Military Academy burned today.
Three cadets are missing. Eight were injured and of these three will prob
Takes His Body
MMvchifrii I'rtu Special Cabltl
CHICAOO, Feb. 24. The body of Murderer Hoch, who was hanged yes
terday, was burled in Potter's field.
(Aitnclaleit I'rcn Hpcclal Cable)
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 24. The Longworths will attend the Mardi Gras
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 24 Sugar! 88 analysis beets. 8s. 2 t-4d. Quo
tatlon Feb. 23: 8s. 3 4d. Feb. 21. 8s. 2 1-4d, Feb. 17: 8s. 1 1-4d.
THOUOHT HIM HERETIC.
Chicago, Feb. 12. A demand was.
made today at the weekly conference
ot tne iiapusi ciorgymcn oi uiucagu
for the resignation of Professor (leorgd
1). Faster ns Instructor at tho I'ul
verslty ot Chicago. A resolution was
presented by Rev John llonrh St rat
ion, pastor of the Second Haptlst
Church, which declared roster's recent
book an Insult to all clergymen. It
was laid on tho tnble, after discussion.
In tho resolution an attack was mails
Upon Professor Foster's lews ns ex
pressed In his book. "The Flnnllty of
the Christian Hcllglon," ami tho read
ing of the resolution was followed by
Is undoubtedly considered the Dr"teJt annoyance any one can have in
a warm climate.
A pair of our coarse mesh LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures
you a great deal of comfort. ALL THE TOURISTS SAY THAT.
Canvas Shoes throughout the States are quite the fad, but that they
have had to come to Honolulu ti find out the Foot Comfort In them.
Our line Is strictly the most carefully selected In town and the Prices
make you buy. Get a pair from us and then go sight-seeing.
applause from many of the clergymen
Professor Foster declares that bli
critics are too hasty.
"Strange, Isn't It," he said today,
"how people will Jump at conclusions.
If they had read my chapter ou I mi
mortality they would havo seen that
my aim Is not to destroy a belief In
Christian tenets, hut to find means ot
support for tbeiu."
The university will take no nctlon In
regard to dismissing Professor Foster
from tho faculty.
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In twelve marriages out of every hun
dred one ot tho parties lias been mar
Shoe Co., Ltd,
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