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g MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1906,
" This vote le good for three week at
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Vol. XV ni No. S335
HONOLULU. TKKKITOKY OP HAWAII MONDAY MAKOH II) LltUii
PltlOB 6 OkNTH
Trent For Sheriff On Democratic Ticket
Beef Trust Battle
Befense By Ballou
ARGUES DEMURRERS AGAINST COMPLAINT
The opening gun In the cnao of thclgrazlcrs had been entered Into slnco
United States against the Slclropolltanljune 2, 1890, that being the date of the
Meat Company and the local ranchers Ipassogo of theantl trust Act, but. Raid
the alleged Deef Trust, was flrcd thlsjllallou. It did "not make such acta II
morning Ly S. M. Uallou, when the legal In Hawaii, which was then still A
ilcmurrcrs filed by the defcndnnts'klngdom.
came up before Judge Dole for argu-l a)loll g,10WC( (hnt nn nttcmpt l0
ment. The Trust was represented uy'monopolz0 ,railo whch wail ,CKn
numirous other lawyers, among them whcn BppC(J to Intor8tttto commorce,
being S. H.-Derby II. E. Hlgliton, A. ,ln(, nowhero b,,en ,n(i0 mcga when
O, SI. Rob-rUon. Judge Stanley A r. ,ie,l , commorco ln Territories.
Jiidl and I). L. ttlthlngton. Assistant T,,u ug,nK,ne(l n,nny of tho carea
District Attorney J J. Dunne conduct ,jccl,,C(, ln tho mananil. A)1 ,llc
ed the cafe of the prosecution. , barge of monopoly In the bill wero
Dnllou consumed the entire forenoon immRterlal
session with his argument, which was ,, ' , ,. ., ... ,. , .
very Interring, especially as It con-1, Dnllou-comparcd tho 1.111 with that n
tlnuclly referred to tho great Trust 'ho Swift case, and showed that In
cases on the mainland rnc:i cn,c ,hcro wn nn agitation that
Hallou opened by pointing out th. he defendants bad entered Into on II
difference between tho title of the Act. ' combination, yet the Swift bill
under which the complaint was made, '" '"" and nl oged that tho de
relating to "unlawful restraints and teuton were carrying out tho agree
monopolies." while In the body of tho mcut by certain specific devices, where
Act the word unlawful" was nowhere '0 bill In this case stopped With
employed When the Jlrst case under J'le "srecment and did not allege hat
this Act came before the United State he defendants were carrying It out or
fiupreme Court, said Ballou, tho court In'erded or threatened to do so.
had held that It covered every con-1 He ridiculed tho prayer for an !
tract In restraint of trade, but over Junction against the defendants lor
since then the court had been busy preventing tho Importation of beef
taking that back Utile by little, so that from the mainland, saying that In the
now five Judges were commlttcd.tu the absenco of specific means It might bo
proposition that the Act only covered assumed that thoy would do so by pul
contracts In restraint of trade, which ling down their price to meet compel!
were unreasonable. tlon. If this wero to be prohibited
Ho stated further that tho bill allcg- there would bo Injunction against ol
od that the agreement' between tho ther raising or lowering price.
Slelropollt'an Meat Company and tho (Continued on Papa B)
Barkentine Geo.. C. Perkins
Narrowly Escaped Disaster
ie?(ctal to Tht nullctln;
Pepcckep, March 14. The zealous at-
tempt of the contain of the barkcntliid
i leo, C. Perkins to make port at Illlo,
In the face of nn adverse wind, ended
nlruost disastrously nt this place today.
The barkentine Is loaded with lum
ber, consigned to the Illlo mercantile
Co. This Arm. when notified of the
htp being oft tho Island this morning,
nt .once Inquired of I.lghthousekeeper
nillton, U It would be possible for It
to mnkc Hllo today. The response was
nxgathe as there was a strong south
easterly wind. Apparently the ship'
captain thought differently. When off
shors fvern) miles he began moving
In a diverging line with tho wind. This
eventually brought him nearer the
fchor than any other sea boat has ever
como. As he was gaining some on hi
desired course and probably, thinking
th dangtr rllcht. he continued on,, but
all-tbe time being brought closer to the
iccf To move out from shore was po
ullilo only by putting about and. doing
, eo, he would have lost all ho had
gained in tbe six hours past. For a
The Home of ,
When you see this label on a ault you know it's good bet
ter, In fact, than the best tailor-made, Benjamin Clothes are
made correctly, the materials are the best.
FORT and HOTEL 8T8.
precautionary measure ho kept two
men standing, foro nnd aft with both
anchor ready to lower. Ho ran along
the shore some distance and Anally
rnunded Slakahonaloa point, which he
evidently must bavo considered tho
most dangerous point and from hern
on until oniKMlte tho O. S. Co. mill
they were not so alort. Hero they had
an exceedingly narrow escape from be
ing wrecked. Tho ship Just escaped a
rock that can bo seen from a distance
and past this up to the very edgo of
a covered reef, before tho lookout
awoke to the Imminent danger ani
gave the warning, "breakers ahead."
Hero a crowd that had collected on
shore witnessed a thrilling marine pic
ture of sailor activity. At tho cry from
the lookout eory man In the crew
seemed to ecI to bis position in a J I try.
Then, sails were lowered, othera raised
or sluiced around and the ship's nose,
within n distance of sixty feet, was
turned out to sen; but as It put back
on Its course, the stern of the Bhlp
scraped tho rcof. The boat Is lying orf
ahoro about fifteen miles tonight await
ing a more favorable wind.
TEL. MAIN 25. i
R. H. Trent
Richard II Trent, now Treasurer o
the County of Onhu, Is said, on the
authority of workers ln tbe Democratic
party, to be that party's candidate In
the fall campaign for Sheriff of the
Trent, nominated by tho Democratic
party, will be. It Is absolutely assured,
enthusiastically endorsed by the Civic
Trent has been much discussed for
the position and tho Democrats' feel
that he Is tho man for the Sheriffship
They have been assured of the unquali
fied support of the Civic Federation.
which, by tho way, supported him for
the position he now occupies, of Coun
ty Treasurer, ln the last cnmnalgn
F II, SlcStocker was considered by
the Democrats as a likely man for the
position now occupied by A SI. llrown,' ilisiutvivil that no small Quantity of
but since he became Interested In tho 'Island sand stone of a courser iiuullty
management of Kahuku plnnLitlon, and' than that now obtainable wus already
Is likely for several months to be en
gaged In this absorbing business, it
was decided thnt.tho call for Trent,
among an Influcntnl clement of Demo-
crnts and Civic Feds should be ghen'lt has been decided to use the Island
nucmoin unci to Trent is tne man on stone. The selection ot this local ma
the Democratic ticket, although Dem-lterlal has several advantages.
ocratlc leaders arc trilng to keep It
Tho contest for the sheriffship, say
tho Civic Feds and the Democrats, will
be a hot one. Republicans, however,
are confident that A. M. Drown, the
present Sheriff, will get the nomlna-li Thirdly, with this stone In sight wo
tln.n and win out. jcau haxe in mind" the construction In
Colonet McCarthy was offered the op- the future of other buildings on the
portunlty of running for Sheriff but re- Cathedral grounds ot tbe same ma
fused. He say be Is not out for oltlcc' ' terlal.
Tho Chic Feds disclaim backing' The committee has also bad made ull
Clarence Crabbe for Sheriff on an In -
dependent ticket ami declare mm in cut stono and all Is now ready for a
the Democrats nominate Trent they beginning; In fact, necessary strength-
Will SUnnOrt him. If Trent Should bV.f.iillf- nr ttw. inilnilnllnii la If. mm.
any chance fall to run, then the Chic
feus woum consider untune as opposed i of cement In the local market I oci
to llrown. The Feds will tin nny thing come.
to defeat llrown, although they won't
June Wm. Henry for a willing sacrlilcc
When the Lemon-Earle directory In
terests stnrted to work to give Hawaii
an Improved city und Territory di
rectory, the widow of the late F SI.
Husted, who has taken up her hus
band's work, appealed to the Associa
tion of American Directory publishers,
an association for mutual protection.
Somo sort of amicable settlement hai
resulted and the Lemon-Earle Inter
ests have withdrawn, transferring bus
iness so far secured to Sir, Stcnhouse,
representing Sirs. Husted and the as-
'soclatlon. Honolulu will prollt both
by the coming of Sir. Stenhouse and
by tho fact that the I.emon-Enrle Inter
ests sought this field of labor, for the
new Husted directory will possess tho
most up-to-date features. Here is an
Instance of the benefit of vigorous and
Tonight the Duh.ers play "8apho" nt
the Orphcum, with Lilian Heyward In
the title ro)e nnd It Is expected that
a big house will greet tho famous play
ers In one of the greatest plays excr
sntF-BaF- S S S-S TCTK
to burglars and when kept in the
house are likely to court a vis- .
It from robbers. Placed In j
a box In our safe-deposit R
vault, your valuables .
are safe, and your a
mind Is at ease onA
their account. You
can rent a box
for S5 per
. Trust Co.,
, j Fort Street, Uonnlalo
pr-3WF- s s s s -
Illahop IUstnrlck has Issued a state
ment to his congregation regarding the
plans for the completion of St An
drew's Cnthedrnl, which has heretofore
been practically only halfway flnlshe'.
When these plans uate been carried out
the idltlce. will undoubtedly be th?
handsomest structure of Its kind In
the Islands,! After giving a resume ot
the troubles which the building com
mittee encountered while trlng to nr
rnnge for a supply of stone from Eng
land nnd tbe mainland to match that
now In tne building, the lllshup Writes
as follows, I
Alter exatlous delays and attempt
to II lid stone, a careful Intestlgatlou
was made ot certain deposits oi sand
stone on this Island, The committee
used In tome of the cut stone work of
the Interior and exterior, and that no
one obserxes this unless intention Is
called to It After various experiments
In the first place. It will reduce the
'cost ho that Instead of one arch we can
add two arches to the nave,
Setondly, It will enable us to con-
template the completion of the front
nnd the erection of n tower.
1 the detail drawings for Ihe renulred
mence as soon as Ihe present sbortugo
Thcic Is on hum! In tho bunk bearing
Interest ut i per cent the approxi
mate sum of (8000. Sundry expense!
of detail drawings, etc., have been
paid. There are unpaid subscriptions
of 2000 which are considered good.
, A practical builder has gone oicr the
whole matter and estimates that tho
two bays can be constructed for 12,
000. Allowing $500 for Incidentals, wo
shall need 12500 more than tho amount
now oil hand nnd In sight.
Ilrnlnerd Smith received a cablegram
this morning from San Francisco an
nouncing the death of Albert Raas In
that city today.
"It must have been very sudden," re
marked Sir. Smith, "for Una was well
when the Manchuria mall left tho city."
Sir. Raas was very favorably and wide
ly known In Honolulu and throughout
the Islands, wncro he was for several
ears associated with tho Dillingham
Interests. Ho was thirty-seven or eight
years of nge and had a cry Interesting
family, his wife having been quite
prominent soclnuy and his children at
tending the local schools.
Mr, Raas was born In France, and at
times during his stay In Honolulu wai
acting French Consul He went to Sun
Francisco In connection with the Hi
dalgo Plantation and Commercial Com.
pany, of wljlch he was second vlco pres
ident and auditor. The news of ins
death was a great shock to hi friend
When the member ot tho Stock Ex
change were Informed, they immed
iately adjourned the session and took
appropriate action to express their re
gard for their former associate and
sympathy for tho family.
CO. F. WILL DRILL
Company F, of the National (luard
will, when It Is Inspected by Major Van
Vllet on I'alaco Square at 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon, give an exhibition drill,
which wilt probably be made worth
looking at a Company F Is the crack
company of the N. O II. Among tho
evolutions to be shown will be sklrmlsb
drill, silent bayonet drill and heavy
t mm I
The Wcokly Edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin glvcB a complete summary of
the nows of the day. For $1 a year.
Arrangements are being made for
the bringing here of Sloloknns from
Russia by way of the Siberian railroad
nnd Yokohama. Those who will come
are friends and relathcs of the 110 Mo
lokan men, women and children now at
J. II. Castle, who brought the first
Molokan fnmllks here from ls An
geles and whom the Sloloknns at Ka
paa now look upon ns guide, philos
opher mid friend, stated that these peo
ple are looking forward to being Joined
'by others' of their clan. Sir Castle, ro
marking that the trouble nt Kapaj
was of a nature that would easily settle
Itself, being tho result of tho Molokanr'
lack of understanding strango condi
tions, stated that the treatment accord,
ed the people by tho plantation was
Tho Kapaa Slolil-ans wanted lo see
Sir. Cas'lc; they looked to him to
smooth the little dlRlculttei Incident to
Mr. Castle stated that he already Jint
n list of S7 families, cbnnected with
ho Kapaa settlers, who will. If trans
portation arrangements are made, conn)
hero from Russia by way of the Siber
ian railway and Yokohama.
Wong Hon, tho Chinese who Is
"harped with having sold to Wong
KocV Yee a certificate of Hawaiian
birth In order to -Blip him past the Im
migration officials Into Snn Francisco,
wns Anally arrested this morning, nft-
er tho Federal authorities had been on
his ttuck for several days, Wong Ron
Is the gentleman about whom Wong
Kock Yee testified last Saturday that
he bad said that he had bribed the of
ficials' at the Immigration Station,
Wong Hon appeared heforo United
States Commissioner Staling this morn
Ing, but wahul examination and wu
Chong Cheong, the professional wit
ness, who tried to help Wong Kock
Yee by testifying lo his behalf before
tho Immigration oftlcers, appeared be
fore Staling on a charge of perjury.
All he said, on being asked If he had
anything to say In tits own behalf, was
that he was an opium smoker, and that
ho would like to have somo opium, tv-1 a seaman' wages cannot bo attach- wholly unsatlsdcd. Then under Sec
Idently the genial Chong Cheong cared ltd or mR(lo guuj0ct t0 garnishee proc- tlon 2118 of the Hovlsed Law the gar-
uui mac auoiu wnm iiiikui imi-pvu va
him as long ns he could get his favor-
He drug. He was committed.
ai iv, s.ni.n'. ln.iitnto int Sat.
urday night an Interesting program
was rendered by local amateur talent
for the sailors from tbe merchant ves-
tela In port. Sir. W E. Love gao n Justice W, F. Frear dissenting. court.
violin boIo and there wero vocal sclec-1 Say the ruling opinion: I Plaintiff admits that such wages can
tlons by Sirs, .Martin nnd Sir. J, Dough-1 Plaintiff secured Judgment against not be attached or subjected to gar
env ami u mrlnctrlo. Sir. Love. l)r defendant In tho district court of Ho- nlshment beforo Judgment, but con-
Day nnd Dr Ramus on violin, viola and
cello respectively, nctompnnlcd by Slis.
I tchcock on the piano. One of th
hits of tho evening was a recitation by
Mr. Dutot. The hall was" crowned nnu
Superintendent Everton wn thanked
by many of the visitors for such a
pleasant evening. Next Saturday nigni
Mrs. Will Soper will manage tho pro
gram, which will be music and recita
tions. All .mariners are cordially in
vited, olllcers nnd men, and ncr)ouo
I Good Furniture 'j
T La roe it Stock In the Ctty -
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V- "Old Reliable Furniture House." W
M) Waterhousa Trust Co., Ltd,.
Stock and Bond Brokers, t
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 81.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
f.tMOCfofnl Vrnt Rftaal Calk)
WASHINGTON, D. C, M.rch 19. The House today passed the Senate
bill for reorganizing the Consular Service. Thla bill Is drawn with the pur
pose oMmprovIng the standards o the American Consular Corps.
MOSCOW, Russia, March 19.
merchants in Russia, have failed for
HELD FOR CORDIN
(VUlocfalrd JVct Bpeilal Cablt)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 19 The House has amended the bill absl-
lining the grade of Lieutenant General
Generals Corbfn and MacArthur.
NEW AMBASSADOR TO AUSTRIA.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 19.
appointed Ambassador to Austria In
Charles S. Frances wns Ambassador to Oreece from December 1900 to
1902. He was born In Troy, N. Y.. June 17, '853. Ills father founded the
Troy Times and the son started In as n t resetter and worked his way
through to editorial charge and final ownership. Ho is a graduate of Cornell
and set tho world's Intercollegiate record for single sculls. He Is a graduate
member of Cornell trustees nnd hns held many positions of trust Since
April 22, 1003, he has made his home In Troy.
DENVER, Colo., March 19. Severe
In the mining regions and millions of
lost. A number of miners are missing
SILVERTON, Colo., March 19.
were killed today by a snowsllde.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 17
3.55S7B cents, or S71.1750.
I BEETS 88 analysis, 8s 6d. Parity
8a 4 1-2d.
High Court Declares,
' Chief Justice Dissenting,
Seamen' sPay Exempt
MATTER MAY G0 TO WASHINGTON
CMi ij, Si jievlscd Statutes, Section
Thg SC(tea James L. Holt. Tax As-
Kcssor, v. A. Tullett, defendant. Inter- ntsbec. F,rom this decision of the dls
Island Steam Navigation Co., garni- trlct court the garnlsheo appealed to
shco, appeal from district magistrate, this court on the point of law that it
i The Supreme Court today rendered
decision, quoting the above, dismiss-
Ing the attachment. Justlco Wilder
writes tho opinion of tbo court, Chief
tiolulu fof tho sum of (120.38 Exccti-
tlon on this Judgment was returned
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'PHONE MAIN 282 1051 FORT 8TREET HONOLULU
D. and A. Rasstorgonerf, the largest
In order to permit the promotion of
C. S. Francis of New York has been
place of Storer, resigned.
snowstorms have been experienced
dollars' worth of property his been
and It Is feared that 20 are dead near
IN SNOW8LIOE. ,
Twelve miner In the Shenandoah mire
SUGAR:" 96 degree Centrifugals,
3.77 cents. Previous quotation,
nlshee was cited In and ordered to pay
plaintiff the sum of C5 found to be
duo defendant as wace from tho ear-
was and Is void because defendant waa
a seaman within tho meaning of Sec-
tlon 1530 of tbe U. S. Revised Statutes
and his wage wero not subject to
garnishment or arrestment from any
tends that after Judgment tbo statu e
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