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Vol. XV ni No. ..332
Co. D. OF HILO IS
This' Week's Feature
IN FOURTH PLACE
KEPOIKAI'S FRIENDS DEPOSIT 35,000
Company D of Illlo and the National Louis balloting Is tho large number of
C.uard of Hawaii tomes to tho front Individual votes, which domonstrato
tl,l week and with over fifty thousand Smhtt ' '0lloWCrS 'ha
votes to Its credit takes fourth placoj Juijko KepolkaVs supporters of Maul
In the race for Tho Ilullctln Heo. That and Honolulu put thlrty.Avo thousand
H r.olng some, and shows that there Is ballets in the box In' the seven days
more than one candidate for first lion- just passed. This Is Beroml only to the
ors on the' Island of Hawaii. (Company D boys In tlie,nnml)cr cast
Company D Is an aggregation of act- during tho week. It proves that tho
Ivo young fellows, any ono of whom Maul contingent Is very much nwalto
could And use for an auto, and tho nnl cry much In earnest,
popularity of HUo's only mllltla com-i The Kauat candidates, especially tho
pnny Is not to be doubted. Theso ladles, have come to the front In prop,
young men are out to win, not simply jer style. Mrs. Wright Is now In sov
to get n place In the list; and they are cnth place, next to the Kegel Club,
calling on all their real friends for sup- Miss Sheldon has also advanced with
inrt. In goodly number to her credit. Among
Admiral Beckloy Is laying very low the others In the list this lias been n
this week. Ho still leads tho list, how- comparatively quiet week. Their
etr, and it can be truthfully said that 'mends havo been sending In the votes
his friends are not asleep, nor nro they regi-larly, but there havo been no son
falling to gather votes far him. satlonal advances. Purser Frlcl of the
St. Louis College Alumni go con. Mauna I.on has quietly shied up tho list
vlstently forward, having deposited tenjand will be heard from mora positively
thourand additional votes during tho a little later. Tho standing to data
wik. The great feature of tho St. follows:
ArlmJral Hen. C. FWIclev 121 S93
o. t . - 11 a i i a t i. .nr-no. 1
St Louis College Alumni Association 105991
Tndtre A. N. Kennikal
Co. D.N.G.H., Hilo 56463
Diamond Head Athletic Club 29867
Llhuc Kegel Club 25134
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Waimca.JCauai 15448
Leo Lorrillard Cummins 13314
Thos. C. White, Kcalakckua 9987
D.K. Watson ". 9071
Mrs. C. L.DUkcrson ' 8723
Jas. L.Fricl (Mauna Loa) - 8495
TVliss Hannah .Sheldon, Lihuc Kauai 7836
J. D. McVeigh
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S. K. KamaiODili
Geo H. Dunn, Lahaina
J. dc Braga, Kauai
Louis H. Miranda
Kaimuki, Waialac, Palolo Impvt. Club
A. M. Souza '...
t.tlia Lucy Kaukau (Lahaina),. 886
Jen- napiso (Llhue Store; .... 805
H. D, J-e 709
r. oi tannKuoiun aia, niaui; tsuu
Sam Chono 695
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i. n-arinu.fe . j,
Court Csmoes, A. 0. F.
Auouit Martin etaolncmfwvDsh
August Martin, 89; M. Botellho, 62;
Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E. Pe
tcrjon, 29; Qeo. Cachicopulos, 22; Miss
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 Clothing and Fur
nishings in the city
The old Hotel street store is closed and all
business hereafter conducted at the
FORT STREET STORE.
IBfeBULLETIN STANDS FOR POPULARITY, QUALITY, QUANTITY AND SERVICE
Interested In New Honolulu
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May Qonsalves, 20; Chang D. Yen, 11
Hcnrv Hoaan. 15: Jerrv BUrnlnoha .
.m M. oievl.ro. io- c.nt. omn.rv. 7
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miss tun ni.iu( u, w. . omm, n,
MUa Eva McLean. 7; Chief Thurston,
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Hitchcock, 9; Miss H. M. Maehado, 1;
Oro. Porflrio, 1; Mary Cats, 1; Miss
Mollis Alolau,10; Henry B. Ryan, 1;
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-"-""iWaB about two and a halt reel long,
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HONOLULU. TKKltlTOlH OF HA WAIL THURSDAY AIAKOH 15. 190(!
An order, to (ho effect appearing be
low, was lead at parade at Camp Mc
Klnley this morning:
First Sergeant Jesse M. T-outman.
Company M, 10th Infantry, having
teen retired per par. 3, Special Orders
15, War Department, 1006, the Com
manding Olllrer takes pleasure In In
Lvltlng attention to his excellent record.
lie first enlisted on January 2nd,
1SS0, and his entire service has been
in tho 10th Infantry: Z years contin
uous 23 j cars In one Company and
21 years a non-commissioned omcer.
Ho was with the regiment In the
Geronlmo campaign of 18856 and also
in Cuba and the Philippines.
Sergeant Troutman was recommend
ed for a certificate of merit In 18S7 for
hazardous duty performed oluntarlly
when his company was lost on tho des
ert of Arizona, and at Santiago won
the commendation of his superior of
ficers for Ills soldierly qualities uud
conduct under Are.
Sergeant Troutman bears with him
In his retirement the best wishes of
his Commanding Ofllcer, the officers of
the regiment, and tho enlisted men
whoso good fortuno it has been to serve
with htm and who may well strive to
emulate his faithful service. I)y order
oi .Major Van Vllet.
This order was read by First Lieu-
tenant nnd Dattallnn Adjutant Jas, O.
Hannah and delivered to Troutman nf
ter the latter had been called out In
front of tho battalion. Then Sergeant
Troutman stood on Major Van Vllet'a
right hand astho battalion passed In
A dog that had a coroner's Inquest
called to "Inquire when, how, and by
what means ho camo to his death," If
nttordlng the o'llcials of the Hoard of
Health undented amusement today
The story connected with tho affair h
. as follows:
I This morning someone found a mys-
i terloim finrkann flonttnir In n nnntt In
The Object It Contained was
wrapped In a blanket, nnd
. . . ..
IT" l,utullfe Instincts of the Under
I wcro aroueed. Ho Immediately figured
out. judging from tho appearance nnd
size ui in. pucKuge, mai u rauai con
tain the lifeless body of an Infant.
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moiner. nnu immediately commun ca-
mother, nnu immediately commun ca'.-
J hi?, discover to tho police. The
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In order to
cumuuiuns vi ine peace nasiencu
secure the package and
ir,nw,lri ,0 I!e morKue in orncr io
have an autophy performed. In tho
meantime a coroner's Jury was sum-
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Gained the corn?o of
had evidently been
talned the cornso of a small doir. which
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ovidemlyT-famiry-petVu was eai
fill y wrapped In acveral layers of
cloth, and accomjianylng the remains
ucra a rattle, sovera other toys and
some small bowls, which had evidently
been used by poor Fldo. when he was
In the land of he living
In the meantime tho police are notl -
fylng the coroner's Jurors, who were
sunimoneu. mat ineir amies win not uo
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to burglars and when kept in the
house are likely to court a vis.
It from robbers. Placed In
a box In our safe-deposit
vault, your valuables
are safe, and your
mind Is at ease on
EJ their account. You
m can rent a box
' 'or S5 P""
U year and
- Trust Co.,
k Fort Street, Uonnlolu
BULLETIN SERVICE IS GOOD SERVICE
Self To Speak For
TA'lKS TO PRINCE DAVID AT RECEPTION
Jitob Henry Schlff, New York multl- ward building up business here and
millionaire, controlling a few hundred would bo particularly Important In the
millions, Is Interested In Hawaii run- matter of accommodating tourists,
nlng an Independent steamship line When you hnve your own boats you
I eh.ccn this port and Ban Francisco can get all the tourists you want. You
and Is, when he returns East, going should sen If you ran't get to own
to talk about it "and see what can bo "ur own steamships. He tndepend
rtonr". SclillT gives It out that on his cut. Strlko out for yourselves. You
return to New York he will "speak of will bo amply re paid and It will be
the matter of an Independent lino of the making of Hawaii as ono of tho
steamships between Honolulu and the most popular tourist resorts In the
Coast." adding that ho has something wot Id.
to any In steamship matters In Jlio la- "Ynu should )o.-o no tlnio 111 takluj
clfic and that ho will bo Interested In up this Important matter."
H.liig that the proposed system of In- Prince David Informed Mr. SchlB
deitndcnt Honolulu boats Is realized, j that steps had already been taken to-
Hchlff this morning had a tolk with i ward securing at least one Independent
Pi luce Dai Id Kawananakoa and dur- steamship to ply between Honolulu
Ins tho conversation tho money-king ,ond San Francisco. Ho told Mr. Schlff
had the following to say: how J. A. McCandlcss had been to the
"What these Island, need .more than IS" JJL'irril.'S.T.."'?! J?.0.!.
ninth nir ol-n In an Independent linoi"-"'"' " """ . -
of steamships between Honolulu and
I'bo mainland. Hawaii should run a
lino of boats entirely Independent of
any existing steamship Interests. Sho
should havo her own steamboats.
Such a system would do wonders to-
The Poacock caso was resumed bo-
i,,r .1i1i I.lmUnv tn,lnv. thn mnllvr
un,icr consideration being the showing
,v iho llrrthu-pll fnrtlnn nf their nil.
thoilty to sue In tho name of Peacock
& Co.. Peacock having filed an objoc-
ton t0 th0 llt hm on Jthe
um.nds that the other h Mr hart nolT
,ght.to sue In the naino of tho corpor-
ntion. The bearing of testimony, in.
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gUn:C(j whcro lt wail concluded last
-U1I.-U WI1V.U It wan l-nuuucu luab .
Molldayt Treasurer Weight taking the't
aana. c examination concerned It-1
reir -,-in-ini.llv wilh trhnlea1 detain. I
rdf principally with technical details,
,.,,,i .. in...--io.i --niiniin h. ii,-
arBment on objections raised by Pea-
cock a attornoys.
' -or a whllo the testimony was in-
tenuptod by the calling on tho stand
icriujiiua, uy iiiu tnuiuK uu iuu moim1. - tin .
r nnthwnll whn tn.Mflo! rotffirillni. i T lU0. I,u"
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nT ii.nw..i. wnii I cm 1 1
' 'ui- wwuno i.uft-to, vui, vi, .-
cck & Co. and the method of keeping
.t.L S'e .' ohad
d0 cn an entry ln rcd lnk of ,
hypothecation of a block of over 300
-hule of Btock ,n , corporaton uy
. ,,.. . ni.hon & Co. Ho had been
n-tjfld of , hypothecation by a let-
Iter from Attorneys Smith &. Lewis,
' t.-, .- ., ' -nrmr.,i i.v lot.
! Ci-i. .- V..;. -ii.Vnn i i... i ! " e ' uo present on nccouui ot
vh,e'.wa la-,er.cn5?"I,mc,,...a..f;U indisposition, nor could Mr. and
. " .-, .i-- Mmt,
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WIIH HHKITII II III. f'lllllll IirUllUITU LIIII. It-'L-
r S V.. .7.1. .h
oi"lvu ilia, iiu - unauiv iu
do so. Ho produced tho book allowing
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.,i Hn .ir,liw..i.l thn lir-il nl.fiu.lni.
the enjry ho had made In It.
The examination of weight was
thru resumed. Ho was asked b
lull what had been the custom In
, . .i ... l
M.and how long u time It had been tho!;,- 'thc .haV icu.H..y" I
w I custom to allow between tho call d , JlollBhtful feature of their brief -r
ing , in. ni--u.iis.ui "'""'f ",
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the grounds that this was calling for a
conclusion or the witness, and a long-
tly argument ensued.
, , i .' m' . , -f From tho Queen's residence three
A bay horso has strayed from lero A -lltomol)Ica ronveve(1 SchttT and -r
tanla street near tho Kaahumanu.. tls frlemU l0 tho Mimchurla, Mr.
school, Iteward at this office. and MrSi Bclllf- -nd CoIi Ma. .
Good Furniture !
Largest 8tock In the City -K
from which to make selections, .'(
( "Old Reliable Furniture House," ft
it YOUNG BUILDINa,i)
un - - ii. m i r iiM--i. ... i.ii
aas was now being made among the
big business homes In Honolulu or
"I am glad to hear It." said Schlff.
"It is u step in the right direction, but
(Continued on Page S.I
f "i navcni nine io wrne auoui -
It all." said Jacob Schlff, the New
Ynrk banker en routo to Japan, to
r coi u. v .Macrananc. jusi ueioro.-t-i
sailing this morning, "but I'd par t '
f tlcularly like all America to 1
know that I'vo been deeply Im- '
f pressed with the beauties of Ho- -f
X -nlulii f fiallni.u llila lalnnil Is - '
the most charming place I've ever
-t- As clsowhero reported, the t
f Schlff party, was presented to
Queen I, llinoknlu.nl this morn
- Ing. Tho Queen is said to have t
lUtcil. when the audience was sug.
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-t- refuso tho Chamberlain of tho late f-
-f King Kalakaua, her brother, and -t-
she knew that when he asked her t-
to receive distinguished strangers, -t-
. , ,! i..,..
h w? nc''"5 w'"'y'rl ,, ,, t
J.chiK "H m"""n,r d..J t ,tl 1
waB Brently Impressed "with the f
-f grace of manner and quiet, easy
dignity" of tho Qu.cn. -t
Lnluokalanl with her own
hands placed carnation tela about
tho necks or the ladles of
and presented each f
' with a ucj
beautiful gold enameled 4
charm embodying the Hawaiian
crown nnd coat of arms. She 4
asked Captain Saunders of tho
4 Manchuria to bo ono of tho party -t-
at tho reception, romcmbcrlng him 4
f as Captain of tho China, on one
of tho Queen's trips, nino years 4-
t- Princess Kawananakoa was un-
l-f Mrs. Samuel Parker, and others
r ,uio. -muun i mi-ci
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usually receive wnii w t
ininan niienii i.rinrA iifivi.i nnu
T m-.v.., -h.vm, ... ......
Princess Kalanlannole received
with I.llluokalanl. Mrs, Oco.
f Smithies acted as miild-of-hoiinr. 4
All members of the Schlff party
cxpicssad to Col, Mucfnrlano their 4-
t v-l'ivneuu iu ,m, jHii.liil mil. li
- great appreciation of what Im-
visit to Hawoll. Mr. Schlff may -f
. . . h ., . , , '
,0 roturn tno stt. by way of
. Honolulu and sneud a week here.
lane leading the way.
-r -r -f -r -f-t- -f--r
Rev. Hans Iecnberg and J, K. Hack
feld left for Kauai In the Mlkahala.
Toe Mnrsden was about the streets
today renewing old acquaintances.
J. H. I'orteous of tho Cormnnla Life
Insurance Co. has gone to Kauai, I
Col. Z. S. Spalding was a passenger
for Kauai by the Mlkahala.
H. C. !.aston was a passenger for
Maul In the Claudine.
Henry Walerhouse Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Stock and Bond Brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort .and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No." 4.
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WASHINGTON, O. C, March l5-Tlie House Committee on Territories
has practically agreed to repoit favorably to grant Hawaii money under Dele,
gate Kuhlo's Public Improvement Bill, allowing 75 per cent, of the Federal
revenue for twenty years for such Improvements. It Is probable the bill
will be amended regarding thj length of time.
House Stands By
Its Statehood Bill
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 15. The Republican caucus of the House
has agreed to support the House Statehood Dill which provides for the ad
mission of Arizona and New Mexico ai well as Oklahoma and Indian Terri
tory, The Senate bill cuts out Arizona and New Mexico.
BATTLE8HIP OHIO TO SHANGHAI.
MANILA, P, I., March 15. The
CARRINGTON SENTENCE AFFIRMED.
MANILA, P. L, March 15. The Surretno Court has affirmed the sentence
of Major Corrlngton, who embezzled public funds,
MOHRER KILLS HIS
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 15 Louis Mohrer, a leading turfman, after
having locked his wife In the bathroom, Killed Stella Reynolds, an actress, and
then committed suicide.
SAN FnANCIRRn. f-l.. March 14.
; . e-nti. or J70.20 oer ton.
, BEETS 88 analysis, 8s 4 1-2d.
Frear Dissents From
Hartwell Should Sit
CAN HEAR CASE WHICH HE ONCE ARGUED -
1 An Interesting decision was render-
fd by the Supremo Court holding that
Justice Hartwell la qualified to sit In
the Nntley will case In splto of tho fact
that ti- prior to his appointment had
taken an active part as counsel ln tho
ruse. Tho decision Is based on tho
opinion of Justlco Wilder, In which
Hartwell concurs, but Chief Justlco
Krtar dissents strongly. The decision
has rauscd considerable comment
nu.ung lawyers as well as others on
account nf tho peculiarity of the sltua
Hon, whcro a Judge is to determine a
iasu which he has himself been act-
Ively engnged In.
no synauus is as ioiiows;
A Justlco of the Supremo Court is
not. In tho absenro of statute, dlsqual-
ineii to si; in n roso uy reason oi nav
in t.i..ti iirnu h a niinniinmoni
ink imn ..i.ik '"" ..'l"" ..........
can only be produced by shoe comfort. We bring about that hap
piness by comfortably, stylishly and accurately fitting the feet.
Our No. 520 French Calfskin Blueher 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 Shoe Is a Ouaran. t of Shoe Happiness,
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'PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT 8TRECT HONOLULU
.iii.l itiiiiilii'j S ii -I I .- iTJ .n.rl rum
ONE VOTE FOR
THE EVENINQ BULLETIN Tt
S2000 PRIZE CONTE8T. '
2 THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1906, Jj
SL Thli vote it good for three weeks
H from date. f
Puiob 6 0kT3
battleship Ohio goes to Shanghai on the
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals,
3.74 cents. Previous quotation,
tho bench counsel for ono of the par-
HaR In the caso and advised upon the
questions In Issuo.
Chief Justlco .'rear writes a dlssent-
ing opinion in wnicn no siaies as inl
It Is everywhere held, ln both Kng.
and and America, that It Is extremely
desirable to avoid not only the evil of
bias and prejudice on the part of a
Judgo hy reason of his having been ot
counsel, but also the appearance o!
such -Vlt, atd that a Judge who baa
.ten of i-oiiiH. I ihould ni a matter ot
propriety ft least decline to sit except
In a iase o! i.eresslty, as, for Instance,
when the court consists of only one
Judgo nnd there Is no provision for a
special or eubrtlt'ite Judgo. This prob
ably account- lor the paucity of de
(Contlnued on Page 4.)
For Men $5.00
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