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Co MRif $ 'epipieiit Is Sworn . CausoUho Wreck
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tAttoclatrd Vrtu Spti ,nl Cn'lf
PUEDLO, Colo March 17. Thirty alx pertoni are dead at a reiult of yes
terday's collision on tho Denver &. Rio dronde road. Telegrapher Lively ad
mils that he was asleep when one of the trains passtd and he thus failed
to deliver the train orders.
Olympian Is Ash
THE BULLETIN'S NEW 20TH CENTLRY DUPLEX PRESS NOW BEING ERECTED
A Duple I'erfeetlns neAspnprr
jiren for th Evening tltillctln n
tlio largest clnsle Item of Iiclglil ar
living liy tbi' Rtoamor Ventura wlinn
that vetcl came Into port on Wednes
day. Thin l the largest and most mod
urn newspaper pp'xs ever brought to
tlio Islanut. It Is thu first press In Iln-
'..noi elglit-pago papers an hour, so the
people eau flgtiro ahout linn- long It
will take. to rim off tho present Unite
In edition. The day 'a III come. In the
development of Hawaii, wheu this
press will have to ho run to capaelt).
At present It enables Tho bulletin to
run off Its edition so that the carrier.
Vail to prim from a "web", and thus for the artous routes will leave "he
obtain the tried and excellence of Hip olllro practically at the tame time as
tuetiopolltan newspaper serUco. It tlio street nowsloys, and the patrotit
maiks a long step In the nmrcli of obtain their papers with corresponding
progress. .htr The Dulletin has ob- speed. It will also allow The Uulhtln
Ig more pressing, wns met by tho
means of suppljtng It long sought In
Lll.. -r.cr o'her good thlnirs It
Imitated, and the company for tcveral, ioliled Its being raised
yeaih ucvoieu us energies ami tne
nrpitpr pari of Its resources to prose
cuting law suits for tho Infringement
talned a generally recognized leader
ship. It li In keeping with the spirit
nnil n reulr.g demands cf l'mgrossUc
A Dupl-x would not amount to much
If it ill.' ! t ttlth I benefits In
whli li '!. i- 'm m this paper will
tai'i'ii"' The nr k rana 'tv i
It was after the most careful consul
oration of local demnnds niul the m r
Its of various torts of presses thar the
Duplex perfecting preta wns scloitcd
as the one best suited to the require
ments or the Evening Ilulletln. It U
what Its name Implies "perfecting"
DYlnts both sides of an clght-pngo. sev
cn-cnlumu paper ultn one continuous or iw paient. All litigation Having
action from a roll four miles long; cuts been ouded In Its favor oOta? years ago
and folds and pastes. If nccessary,tho tln nuiMex I'rlutlog (nss Coaipany of
sheets, at the rate of 6,000 complete llaltlo ("reek. Mich., tins since devoted
papers an hour. . ltselt exclusively to the Improvemen h
With the Introduction of the Duplex of In product, and to enlarging its Held
If tro lmportnnco of the day's nns xtr. (onnry Hat bed web perfecting of dlsirlhutlon, until today the Dupl'x
warrants, and still be delUered at the press In 1891 a unlo.Ui- and exceedingly picsn rrprescnts the latest and best
door of subscribers before dinner The Important adtamc was made In tlio dctclonnicn of mechanical skill and
ndtctitngcs of the press ai-o to maj.l- prln'lng world It was ono of thoso genius as applied to printing machln-
told thin they Justify the tioOO expend- Instances, noiable In tho history of cry iti.1 In nlmust every known tongue
l uro which Is required to purchaie and mecbanlcal nrts In which nn urgent Its t pes arc disseminating Inrorma
erert tho machine and universal nod constantly liecotn (Continued on Pane 2.)
Wiuhlugton. Mnrch 17 7 39 n ra
To Win. J. Hoblnson, Judge. Honolulu.
i Commlssiun signed qualify
I In the nbove Inconlc cablegram from
I the L'nlted States Attorney tlcnnl
i lie long drawn Judgeship affair Is lln-
I nlly fettled nnd Judge Hoblnson has ro-
; sinned his scat n Third Judge of the
, Circuit Court, after n vacation of nl-
i moit two ninnths. At nbout 10 o'clock
bis forcuoun the Judge arrled ni his
ehambsrs. As neither Chief Justice
frear or l'nlted SIntes DlMrlrt Judge
i Hole wert present he took his Jinl.lrl.il
ln aTrivar".0 tne oZ" Clreu.t' TA ARENAS. Chn,. Marc 17 -The steamer Olympian wH,ck hal
.ludges llgned nn order appointing ,owetl ,he Semer Zcalandia, it ashore at Possession Day. The O.ymp-an
Hoblnson presiding Judgo for the test and Zealandla were on their way around the Horn to Hew York.
of the term, and assigning tho crim
inal calendar to him
' On Monday Judge Hoblnson wilt be
, kin his work. Tho first cato ho will
iiiy will probably be the Johnson imir
i der case. At llrst ho was disposed to
' let the case be continued until the next
term, as lhorinro only two weeks left
i of tho present teim. mid especially bo
caiiEn of the omentum mired by C. W.
I Ashfortl. that if a case Is continued In
to another term period tho whole sue
i ceding term lapses.
Inter, honccr. Judgo Hoblnson ns.
tcrtnlned that Judge I.Uidsny had set
tho Johnson caso preemptorlly for
Monday. He then stated that lie should
be ready to go on with tho case if It
was riady yr trial. As regards the
Ashford contention, bo stated that
wiiIIh he did not think that it would
CINCINNATI, O., March 17. Johann
here today from erysipelas.
noted anarchist, died
Attack On Fez
ORAN, Morocco, March 17. The Pretender to the throne of Morocco s
was hold good, still ho would rather hae , preparing to attack the city of Fez. Two were killed and seven wounded In
a tKirmun today.
to hold I 8 forms open till a later hour
That They Are Prepared For An
l 1UM W VI ,
. KAISER GOING TO SPAIN.
MADRID, Spain, March 17. The Kaiser Is to visit King Alfonto In April.
SAN JOAQUIN FLOODS.
FRESNO, Cat., March 17. The rains and melting snow are causing great
I damage from floods in the San Joaquin Valley.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 16 SUOAR: 96 degree
j.a3 cents or iJ.su per ton. previous quotation, 3 91 cents.
DEETS: E8 analysis, 8s 4 1-2d. Parity, 3.74 cents. Previous
tlon. 8s 5 1 -Id.
SAY8 GRAND JURY,
BUT G&N'T PROVE IT
CRABBE SAID TO BE THEIR CANDIDATE
That the Immigration officials nc-
tho pinions of the Civics Is unofficial c(.m bribes for Importing Chinese from
tho r'osecutlnn, Ho said that Wong
Koek Yce had sworn to and signed a
The Clvi- rederatlonlsts nre girding
for the fall political campaign ami end tlio statement of a political leader (hid Territory to the mainland was'thc statement to tho effect that ha wus tho
Clarence Crabbe will run for Count) not working fot Crabbe astounding proposition sprung beforo man designated In tho Hawaiian birth
Sheriff on the Civic Federation tlrket Tho ClWr Kcieratlonlfts work ex- United States Commissioner Mallng by certificate lor one Chun Tuck. Ileal-
The tuo uesTtlons In the nbove eeedlng quiet, or at 'cist that appejr- v,ing Kock Yeo, a Chinese, who Is so said that he wns .13 years old, his
st ucnient tin not come fiom tho name onto Is given b; the modesty of their rharged wl h conspiracy to vlolato the mother wns a Hawaiian, named Kama-
MOIiriO ThA fn"t of the Clvln Ked3 lnbnm On WedllPSdnV aftemOOtl n l..ln,ln ln...o Ttin ,litr.mlnnt l.u mill llmt tin u'll Itnrtl fin Muni
! I i-il I n fo- th fra la aiithorltatlclv .-leellnir of the eveetitlve rommlttee of i....i., . ..im.in nt iiiunlinn l.lril, Thn nni ulinnxu wnu nm rtmnfi HlOUgU for tragedy.
jinnoiinied is In fact, trumpeted, but tho Koleratlon wna heldMn the ofrires llom ,, Wong Hun?, and tried to Cheong. He wns one of tho bunch who, Mr- ".owo ,ins resumed work on tho
James 1' Howe formerly on the llnl-
I ictln reportorlal staff, who went to the
I Coast aa a passenger In the bark Kniu
liinl early In i'ubrunry writes friends
hero of nn uiUcnturo that nnrrowly es-
' uiped bring disastrous, not only to tho
1 good ship upon which ho sailed, but
I to tlio O'-cnnlr Steamship Company's
, H S. Sonoma, which nrrhed off this
iort from San I'rnnclsco about Febru
Thu Kalulanl, nearlng the Coast, ran
Into a tery heavy fog, being enveloped
in tho blanket of bound-deadening
mist for several hours. Suddenly, bear
ing down almost directly upon - tho
Kalulanl, tho great black hull of nn
ocean vessel was discovered, It proven
to bo the Sonoma out of 'Frisco for
Tlio vessels passed less than """,lr- . . ,, , .
200 feet of each other, and, for a mo- ., ilf an "n, nro ""tlsfleil la
ment. It appeared that this proximity tl,elr own mln,Ia "'?' RO,no "' l,cJ,,r"
was to provo mora Intimate intlmat "rs hn. 8al '""m the case of Jaclntha
ah for triicedv I ' ernanuez vs. i';vaugcuno lie uvn anil
II. S. Oveicnd wero unduly Inlluenced,
Tho Illlo Ornnd Jurj report contnliu The steamer Klnntt delayed by bad
the following ueuthcr, did tut arrive until half past
In addition to finding indictments ns oue o'clock tlilnftenioon The cull r a
nbove set out. tho grand Jurors have'to.itl of Hawaii has suffered from tho
Investigated In accordance with the In- Konn storm of tho past week The
structlons of tho court, tho matter of
alleged bribery of Jurors during thi
trial of tho case of Jaclntha Fernandez
vs. i:vnngellneo Do Sllvi nnd II. S.
Overcnd at tho May, 1905, term of thU
court. Our Investigation Into this mat
ter wns very thorough, wo having spent
about four days In an attempt to te-
bark Annie Johnson nrrhed at llllo
last Thursday. Ilesldes a big passen
ccr list the Klntiii brought the follow
ing cargo: 1 automobile, 2 dogs, 11
crates chickens, 12 koa boards. 17 pieces
Jap. oars, 23 pigs, 30 empty kegs. 31U
cords woods, 237 packages sundries
The following sugar Is reported
the iKJ'ullon thnt naren n Crabbe of Castle & Wltlilngton. aitorno '"
will l" 'Hit for tho Sh:rlffihlp under (Continued on Page -.)
sniiiuelo himself Ihrough tho oxamlnu- gnvo perjured testimony at the Itnml-
tlon at the Immigration Station by grntlon Station In order to support tlio
means of this document and some per- defendant In bis contention that ho
lured witnesses was Chun Tuck, cjnong Cheung seem
cure tangible evidence In regard to thu awaiting shipment on Hawaii planta
tions: Olan, 21.200; Walakea. 12,000:
Hawaii Mill, 1700; Waluakii. 000. 1'e
jcekeo, 12.G00; Honomu, 800; Hnka
Inn, 1000; l.aup.ilioelioe C000, Ookala.
5S00; Kukaliiu, 1000, Hamakua, lS.SOO;
I'aauhau, 12.000, Iloiiokaa, COO: Kukni
liucle, 10; Honiiupo, 1175.
The Home ;
Tien Kai. the Immliratlnn Station
Interpreter, was the firbt Mltm-HH tor
mw-bk. wwk. T C T mwm ml
i'ja r? o o a o uvi i-.-i
(Continued on Page 4.)
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Txleohono Exchange No. 4.
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but owing to tho great length of time
which has elnpscd since tho trial of
that case and for other reasons, the
ginnd Jurors were unable to secure suf
ficient legal evidence to warrant them.
In theli opinion, In returning an Indb t
ment In that regard.
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