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M THE EVENINQ BULLETIN f
2 FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1906. f
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Vou X"Vni No. 3327
HONOLULU, TKIUtlTOllY Of H a WAI1. PltlDA Y MAKOH i UNHI
Prior ft Oknts
Opponents' Old Point
In Peacock Case
Is Used By Ashford
CORPORATION SHOULD BE PARTY IN SUIT
In the Ilothwcll-I'cacock cne this
uflcrnoon C V. Ashford, for Peacock,
icturned to his opponents the pill
which he himself had had to swallow
when the lltlBatlon opened, by refer
ring them to the points on which JudRO
Do Dolt bared his decision, when he
sustained the demuirer to I'cacock'a
Ashford argued that as the manager
ship was not A corporate offlco the pe
titioner hail no remedy In equity, but
hnd his remedy by quo warranto pio
cccdlngs. Fur'hcrmore, all the parties
In Intercut were not represented, aa
they should be In an equity ninttcr, tin
corporation, which was certajnly such
n nccesjarj party, having been left
nut. The matter might bo likened to
tho play of Hamlet with tha prince leit
Ashford further referred to the de
cision of Judge Be Dolt who sustained
the demurrtr of tho Garvle faction to
l'cacock's original bill against theru
on the ground that the corporation
had not been made one of the parties
plaintiff, and no showing having been
made why It could hot he made as such.
Ashford could not see why the qppo
site side had now walked Into the'same
The battle of J. 0. Rothwcll and his
faction to obtain a preliminary Injunc
tlun to restrain W. C. Peacock from
acting as manager of Peacock & Co. it
bclnR s'rcuuously fought out beforf
Judge l.lndtny today. Peacock filed
his return today and argument began
on the bill tor tho preliminary Injunr
lion os wt'l as Peacock's answer.
The KASH COMPANY, Ltd.
Calls the attention to the Consolidation of its
Stores in the improved and attractive quarters
at the corner of Hotel and Fort streets. - The
management takes this opportunity to thank
its many patrons for past favors and cordially
invites them to call at the new store, where
they will always be welcome and find the
largest and best Stock of Clo.hing and Fur
nishings in the city.
The old Hotel street store will be closed to
day and all business hereafter conducted at the
N FORT STREET STORE.
WHICH SHALL IT BE?
Peacock In his answer admitted that
nothwell had been tho treasurer of
Peacock & Co. for years and nlso Its
manager, but states that ho had not
held tha latter position slnco the No
vcmber directors' mooting, nt which
Peacock was elected manager. The
effects and business had been In po
sess.on of tho corporation for a long
tlmn but not In that of Kothwcll. Iloth
well had refused to rccognlio Pea
cock's right as manager In accordance
with his appointment In November.
Peacock had admitted that ho enter,
od the offlco of tho company March 7
and opened the manager's desk. Ho
idld rot, however, break the' lock, aa
tho desk was already open. Tho lock
has been out of ropalr for two yean.
Peacock admitted that he did try to
remove several of tho members of tho
Oarvlv faction from tho promises, but
(Continued on Pane 4.)
ii inna furniture ft
Largest Stock In tha City
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J.Hopp &Co. :
y "Old Reliable Furniture House." ji
K YOUNG D U I L D I tl Q . II
Saved Fisherman's Life
At Risk Of His Own
BRAYE DEED DONE
(RptcM to The Bulletin)
l.nbalna. Maui. Marcn I. unc.rc.
again ye old timo Kona came thunder
ing up from out of the South and rolled
vae on ware to dash mercilessly up
on the peaceful shores of old LnhnliU
Wednesday broko with tha wind
ward thn beach line.
Out of the southeast, laboring Blow
ly along under one sail, and barely
making headway against tnc uinst, ap
peared a sampan with threo men on
board, Japancto fishermen, bont upon
making their homo port to avoid th
dangers of tho storm In that wild sea
rlcano strong from the South, with )c,OTr(l the ttnrt carrylnB them out
angry, snapping breakers and I trot.ii cf ,nP 0 cou and hamBn,na,
swelling rollers 'rushing pell moll to.walch, lh aw ,he d ,
Reaching tho entrance passage at
last, they realized the futility of mak-'tc
in?..r,J . . 7 iT,M. -nrt Z,r
only three men to guide and propel the
boat In Its course, and decided to tax
the only alternatives-throw out th
mud hooks and endeavor to ride out
tbo gale. '
Friends, brothers, and countrymen
nn shore, long and anxiously watchoj
the frail boat as It was toesed and
thrown from ono wave to another, mo'
men aim meir uuai ciibi.ucu in mi,
At last, as nnxlety became too great,
they planned a rescue and a large
sampan was drawn from tho beach,
whero It had been the night before
placed out of reach of tho sea, anj
with a Ufe-savlng crew of volunteers
nn board, headed out to sea.
The sweeping outward current that ' (
rushes seaward through the passags I
way, lent Itfl assistance with mighty 1
turns and twists, and at last they
teacliod the rough waters beyond the!
urenKcrs, i.nuugu men were iruua i
fcrrcd to tho other boat to enable It
to make thn attempt to land and botli4
boats were then worked up agalml
iwjmr s s s s -mz-va
F it win H
to rent a box In our safe-deposit Jl
vault. The cost Is very nominal
S5 PER YEAR AND UP,
and you may rest assured th
your valuables, once Installed
therein, are as safe as they can
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lb Fort Street, Uonnlaln
DURING LATE STORM
J the wind and sea to iho patssgc ru
The rescuing boat took the lead In I
and successfully made the trip, thougb
more than once almost sualloncd hy
the- angry waters.
The following boat with tho original
hur-',..,. .. .-.. In,h.. ,.P m
thrsA man nl a(w iha vnlnntiut
once. Almost Immediately they ucrn
seized In the grasp of a monster wavo,
(Continued on Page 8.)
CONCERT AT ZOO
The following program of music will
given by the Kawalhau OIco Club
th. Kalmuku Zoo Sunday afternoon
March II, from 2 to C p. m,
March Happy Hawaii (new)
S. K. Nalno.t
(A response to Happy Helnlo.)
Selection Waiting Devon
Selection Old Plantation ....I). Nape
March Happy Heinle (new)...lampo
Selection In My Merry Oldsmobllo.
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WHAT THE COAL STRIKE
Means to tha Country and the Great
Famine That Will Prevail If Present
Plans of Miners Are Carried Out, will
be told In
OF NEW YORK. ESTABLISHED I860'
In the recent insurance investigation
no company passed a better ex
amination than the GERMANIA
LIFE. All approved forms of inr
Henry Waterhouse Trust GoM Ltd.
MANAGERS, TERR, OF HAWAII
1 llf iff
County Sheriff A. M llrown, Inter,
viewed this morning by a Ilullctln ih
porter In regard to tho "pollco ma
chine" article in the morning paper,
had the following to say
' It is a surprise to mo that I have
any policemen who nro politicians
They say 1 have twenty-three In tt.c
eighth precinct of the Fifth district. I
did not know It If they nte there they
A. M. DROWN.
must be lft-oers from the pro lout
'Come to think of It. that's where
CuHJln Purker and his sons wcr.t
They were thero before I took office
"Am I going to run again?
"It is my intention to run again fni
the office of Sheriff of this County i(
tho next election.
"I do not know of nny reason why
I should quit.
"If I Kit the nomination on tha Re
publican ticket, I will certainly run, if
I nm not nominated, I will step down
and out without n murmur, supporting
the man who Ic nominated on the Ho
I expect to bo nominated."
iillltt THIS now
Dr Mncdonald has cdinplclcd his ex
amination of the body of Chlng Kcng.
the Chinese snld to havo been killed In
Knllhl last night by Halemanu, an Ha
waiian. The finding Is that tho Oriental died
ns a result of hemorrhage of the brain
that might havo been caused by a blow
with the (1st of a man, delivered back
of the left ear.
Halemunu has been formally
charged with murder.
There Is scarcely any sign of the
blow on the outsldo of the head.
. A SAYIDGE JOKE
Will Savldge. real estate, etc., tells
a Joke, A Japanese went to him this
In .Ir-orlhlnir lh mnn '. nlv
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five cents liaolo and twcnty-flve cents
Hawaiian," said the Japanese
Henr) Walerhousi Trait Do.. Ltd,.
Stock ar,d Bond Brokars.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
MOROS IN BATTLE
WITH OUR TROOPS
ARE WIPED OUT
(Anoclalttl I're$$ Special Cable)
MANILA, P. I., March 9. A severe engagement took place between the
troops of the naval contingent and constabulary and hostile Moros on Mount
dajo, near Jolo, on March 8th and 9th.
The fighting was fierce and marked by deeds of daring by the American
troops and fanatlcaf fervor by their opponents. The artillery of the attacking
force was hoisted 400 feet by ropes.
The Moros were exterminated with 600 killed. The American loss was
18 killed and 52 wounded.
Pass Statehood Bill
(Altoelalrd I'rtt Special Cablet
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 9. The Statehood Dill pasted the Senate
In an amended form today. It provides for admitting Oklahoma and Indian Ter
rltory as one State and omits Arizona and New Mexico. The House bill
Included the latter as one State. The bill will now go to conference.
ONLY A FANATICAL OUTDREAK.
(Alioclated Pre" Special Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 9. The Moro trouble Is considered here
as merely a fanatical outbreak.
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cat., March 8.
Parity, 3.73 cents. Previous quotation.
m UPSEfs ill
Power Of Circuit Courts
To Issue Such
PUkSUlT OF SASAIIARA
GEAR AND 8IMS HAVE A SHORT
TUG-OF-WAR FOR THE POS
SESSION OF DOCU
MENT. The Sasahara habeas corpus matter
cumo up before Judge Lindsay IhU
forenoon but ended in nothing,. Judga
Gear appearing for the respondent, bad
tho writ dismissed on the grounds' that
thero was no Jurisdiction for lu Issu
ance. The writ was sued out by the
adopted father of Sasahara'a dnught
ter, who claimed that the respondent
had taken possession of the girl al
though ho had previously relinquished
nil control over her. When the wilt
ordering Sasuhara to produce tho gill
before the Court forthwith was served
on him by OlDccr, Mlkl, he snld, ac
cording to M lid's statement, that he
(Continued on Page 8)
A meeting of tho l'auna and Pacific
Heights Improvement Club wan held
last night at tho residence of Charles
Jlooth. liootli was elected to tho con
vention of oxecuttvo committeemen
can only be produced by shoe comfort. We bring about that hap
piness by comfortably, stylishly and accurately fitting the feet
Our No. S20 French Calfskin Blucher Oxford, made on the Pic
cadilly last, with Cuban heels, Is the greatest value In Its class
ever offered. Strictly the highest grade material and the most
skilled workmen are employed in the manufacture of this shoe,
This Shoo Is a Guarantei
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ID IN SPOILS
Sheriff Halds Artists As
Witnesses To '
HAWAIIAN MUSICIAN SUD
TO UAYE KILLED CUINESE
ATTEMPT TO CATCH IRMOARD IN
LAUNCH FAIL8 TO MATERIAL
IZE DRIOEGROOM A
The parting of friends, the glamor
of tha night, the celebration of a wed
ding, midnight music, some careleu
sentiment, a dead Chinese bride
groom, a Hawaiian boy languishing
In a dungenn, a mystery and the
planning of an exciting oceau
race, a launch giving cbaso to a sail
ing vessel around Diamond Head
I bow's this bunch of sensations for a
'real llvo drama? And It Is all true, as
tho police unromantlc as Honolulu'
finest may bo 111 tell lou with their
Chlng Kong lies dead. Halemunu la
In Jail. Halemunu Is accused of kill- '
I (Continued on Pane 4.)
Threo houses In I'alolo valley em
blown down In Wednesday's storm.
They belonged to A Frank Cooke, J.
Wclistor and David Ai.
of Shoe Happiness,
For Men $5.00
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