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(a a true end correct statement of clr
culatlon for tho week ending March
16, A. D. 1906, of the Dally nnd Week
ly Kdltlons of tho Evening uulletln:
" Circulation of Evening Dutlettn.
Saturday, Mar. 10 2410
Monday. Mar. 12 2176
Tuesday, Mar. 13 2221
Wednesday, Mar. 14 2154
Thursday, Mar. 15 2165
Friday, Mar. 16 2163
Average Dally Circulation 2216
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Mar. 13, 1906 2360
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1054
COMBINED guaranteed average
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SEAL March. A. D. 1906.
P. II. BUBNETTE.
Notary Public, Honolulu, County of.
MARCH 19. 190C.
Is the Chief Justice to take the posit
tlon of tho dissenting Judge?
sles extended to them, and how ready
they aro to abuse kindness without re
tard for tho reputation of tho paper
nnd Its responsibility for what Is pub
lished. This Atcherlcy controversy Is
not tho first examplo of this kind Tho
Uulletln ling encountered, but It Is very
much to tho point.
The Bulletin nlms to glvo nil per
sons tho freedom of ltn columns to ex
press their views within reasonablo
bounds. In n recent communication
from tho Atchorleys, statements were
made on which Tho Bulletin comment
ed, and a letter was forwarded asking
for tho proof of tho assertions. The
response now comes that It Is all true,
"perfectly truo in every particular.
This may bo assurance doubly sure,
hut wo doubt that such proofs could
bo nut down as strikingly convincing
or competent for persons seeking tho
detnlled and absolute rncts. it is moro
nmustng than Impressive. It Is not
foreign to "why Is n crowi' "lie-caws."
Tho Bulletin has published yards of
Atcherlcy opinions on Kona affairs,
until disinterested subscribers have
called for relief. Tho first yard has
been a repetition of the second yard
.in it so on to the end of the fiftieth les
son, moro or less. If during this pe
riod those allowed to uso tho lumns
of The Bulletin have not told their
story In n sufficient number of ways,
the can never tell It. Thcro are coin
nctent bodies to tnke caro of any
crimes being committed In Kona and
thcro can bo no complaint mat at
tention has not been called to alleged
Mr. IMnkhnm has always shown him
self able to tako of himself without as
sistance, and wo hnvo never noted any
Incident pointing to a desire on his
part to deceive the public. Quito tho
reverse has been true.
The upshot of tho wholo business
as far as The Bulletin Is concerned is
that tho Atcherloys, Ilko moro than
ono other person in Hawaii, uo not
seem to know when they hnvo been
well treated by a newspnper, and forth
with proceed to cuss It for refusal to
swallow without question every rabid
assertion they make. Tho Bulletin Is
gooJ-natured. nnd stands for, ns well
as practices, fair play; but It must re-
luso to be "worked ' alter n Btory nas
been told, and further controversy
servos only to add to the list of pictur
esque names and freo advertising.
In summing up the Kona troubles,
Tho Bulletin has como to tho conclu
sion that Plnkham tnd Goodhue, may
have faults, but a feeling of charity
towards all mankind leads us to with
hold our opinion of others, ns gained
from their own statements.
Walaiua Infant Murder
Trial Is Finally
At 10 o'clock this morning Judgo
Robinson resumed tho bench ns a Cir
cuit Judge for the first tlmo slnco ho
received his new commission, and Im
mediately took up tho trial of Frank
Johnson, who Is charged wlttntho atro
cious murder of little Simeon Wharton
at Wnlalua some months ngo,
Johnson, tho murderer, wns seated
on ono of tho long court benches In I
He Prefers To Recruit
Laborers For Coast
"I nm an attorncy-at-law, not an em
igration agent," said Judgo Gear to a
Bulletin reporter this morning, with
fire In his eye, "nnd as for politics
pss-st-t-tl" The Judgo snapped his
Holualoa, N. Kona, Hawaii, March IS
Deputy Sherllt Kelllkoa died rather
suddenly on Sunday, 9 n. m, March
11th,' Ho had suffered from a chronic
disorder, for some years, but had con
tinued at work In snlto of this disabil
ity. Ho was not able to rally after a
rather sovcro onset of dropsy.
Kelllkoa was horn at Kvauhoti Go
years ago and held the post of deputy
sheriff under the monarchy. At other
times ho hag practiced law In tho
Konns and taken a prominent part in
tun social and political movements In
tho district. Ho sat as Representative
In the Legislature of 1901 from West
Hawaii. Ho leaves a widow and a
family of three two sons and a daugb
tr. .Mrs. J. N. Koomon. The funeral
took place on tho 12th Inst, and the re-
"There's not a lob in the power of.r,,nin were Interred nt tho Mokual-1
this country fci offer that I would ac- haTn church grounds, Knllua. There
tcpt," he-continued. "I'm In this Jap- wng mrK0 attendnnco of tho proml
nnesc emigration business for my cli- jncnt people of tlio districts (North and
enti. They want 10,000 Japaneso la-'cm,ii, Kona) both ttt tho Mokualkana
where tho funeral services
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inn liit L7irr..iZi, poss to sco that they got them. There iti,0 ceremony, Senator Paris, Deputy
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
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that It has worn every time ho
has appeared in court.
T. M. Harrison nppearcd for tho de
fendant, having been appointed by
Judge Lindsay, while Attorney Gen
erals Peters and Prosscr conducted
the caso of the prosecution.
Tho following sixteen Jurymen wcro
In attendance: Wm. Rose, K, O.
White, A. S. Robertson, Hnrry Lyman,
William C. CummlngK, James S. Lem
on, John G Abrcu, James Haughton,
J. M. Tucker, W. C. Oilman. A. N.
Simpson, Sam Lesser, W. It. Waters,
John G. Alberts, J. Ordcnsteln nnd K.
It. Chapln. Of theso tho last twelvo
were summoned Into the Jury box and
sworn on their voir dire.
Tho examination or tho Jurors ro
vcnled past nny doubt that the defense
will bo conducted on tho Insanity tho
ory. It Is said that tho defense i has premo court decisions, latest edition
IIIUOI II V'tlVllW MIOUIIH lid IIIV Bll
are 3,000 Japanese hero now ready to lahcrtlT David linker of South Kona,
go to theYJoast. Thcro are lO.Olto Jap-Igccrctary Kalaokalanl of the Home
nneso laborers in tho Islands to bo'rtulo Democratic party nnd cx-Depuly
drawn on. I Sheriff J. K. Nahalo addressed the
"1 do not see where any hnrm la I assembly, speaking In turn of the life
done the plantation Interests. Tho Jap f t.lic deceased and what he had done
nncso will continue to como hero from f0r his own nation. There wcro large
Japan as fast as they nro taken away nn,i beautiful floral offerings in the
to tho Coast. Iloim of Ids, wreath-beds and crosses
"I hnvo been naked whv I did not CO 'ami tmunupta.
to Japan for laborers for tho States, During Deputy 8hcrlff J. W. Kelt!
hut I have respect for the law In the'koa's funeral nn accident occurred
matter and, even should Japanese bo hn: might have had n serious torml-
brought hero in nn Illegal manner, I'm nation. The lato Deputy's Kallua rest
not going to lend myself to nny viola-Mencc Is n two-story building nnd very
tlon of tho Kodcrnl law 'old. Threo of the lady visitors wcto
"Thcro Is no legal Impediment In loaning against tho verandah railing
supplying tho Coast States with nil the of the upper story engnged in fixing
Japanese they want from Hawaii." ' flowers when the railing suddenly
The Judgo has Just armed himself cave way. causing them to fall nine
with 198 volumes of United Stntcs Sii-'fcct onto the gravel below. All three
When a trip to Hawaii Is put down as J
the best thing newspapers or me uoa
can offer as a prize, It ought to he put
down as a hummer back East.
AutJrla- Hungary's troubles are cer
tainly In the contagious class when
they spread to the diplomatic corps
nnd causo tho withdrawal of the Amer
ITU FOR 11 IN
If the Molokuns have only ono nils
understanding in the course of their
pioneer work, troy can be put down In
the list of thoso ventures making a
kuctess from the start.
llllo Grand Jurors, while being uu
nble to locate Individuals alleged to
hate Influenced n Jury, have
enough to mnko the next "Innuenccr
more careful In his operations.
After the Congressmen have unard
of Hawaii's methods of taxation thoy
ere likely to urge tending some of their
home assessors to Hawaii for Instruc
tions on how to mako values tally with
the taxes required.
Judge Robinson tins closed his Inter
esting vacation. Vnder tho circum
stances t would be highly Improper to
ppi-ak of It well earned. Had sucU
been the opinion In Washington I',
would have continued Indefinitely.
The School City which Superlnten
lent Babbitt hopes to Introduce In Ha
waii will be of especial valuo In tlio
proper development of local self gov
eminent. It should convince tho youth 1
that there Is more to be.dcslrod than
Job chasing because there may bu
"something In it."
i . i
It Is reasonable that citizens request
ed to do nwny with n County official
said to bo an Improper person for the
place, should know who Is to be of
fered as a substitute. These political
"pig In a poke" propositions usually
bate all tho way from ono to u lai
dred nlggc-rs in the woodpile.
Testimony in tho Immlgrntlt-r. nn
recalls the fact that othen tlvm Cb'p-'
t so look upon cheating the fiovtrnnicr
ns n serious sin If fon-! n-t T!i
number of persons who, otherwise han-1
est. have evaded tho cus'o ii li.r. i ' .
ors Is probably larger than the nr ny (it
occasional Immigration sr.c.'.t
i . i
Local Chinese students have hand-
together to enlighten China, As thesn
young men can thank the United State
tor their enlightenment nnd progress,
It Is to bo hoped tbnt tho campaign
will prove that the Chinese son can b
a loyal American, though he may dlffrr
with certain present national pnllcliu.
KONA AGAIM1TH APOLOGIES
Editor Evening Bulletin: In rela
tion to a remark made In your Issuo of
March 12, 1000, to the effect that "My
last latter was important If truo and
libellous if not." I wish to gay that It
Is perfectly true In every particular
'as to the. Jail and as to the petition."
MARY H. ATCHERLKY.
Holualoa, March )C, '06.
P,S. Wo do not wonder at you not
publishing tho last correspondence, as
you seem anxious that Mr, Plnkham
should be allowed to deceive the Pub
lic, without being questioned.
M. H. A.
Tho spirit of charity has struck the
hearts of the entire Lusttana Athletic
Club, whose members have so gener
ously volunteered their services for tho
ulay for the benefit of tho Kona Or
plinnagc. Messrs. Aucrbach and Dunn
of the Buhler company nro doing great
work In the get up of the entertain
ment. Their company Is booked to
leavo about the 29th, hut Messrs. Auer
1 in nil n ml tlriim tmt'A itAnfitml In IllV
dono perhaps a month, having In content
platlon a number or bcnellt perform
ances. Kuwait will always remember
the Buhler company and will nccr for
get Drum nnd Aucrlmch. Tho comedy
"The Cheerful Liar.'' Is full of ludi
crous climaxei. You can follow the
play attentlyely and at Its conclusion
you will wonder who tho liar really is.
Whether It Is the Judgo or tho school
marm, tho comtnble or the general, the
lover or the ono loved, or, perhnps, the
funny little lady, Mrs. Swcctlovc. If.
however, you nro so constructed us to
be able to be' cool, self possessed and
serious, you may. detect the real cul
prit and bring Mm to nccount.
Remember tho orphans, for 'whoi
lie no lit tho Lusltana Club will donate
CO per cent of the net proceeds.
clflc form, from which It Intends to
prove that Johnson suffered. A simi
lar defenso was used last year In the
Philip Nnono case.
Jas. S. Lemon was tho first Juror ex
amined. Ho was passed for causo by
tho prosecution. Tho defense chal
lenged tho Juror, bflt tho challenge
was disallowed, nnd ho was finally.
John O. Alberts wns passed by tho
nrosccutlon but challenged by tho de-
defense, as he had for six months been
a guard at tho Insane Asylum. The
challcngo was allowed, and Harry Ly
man wns drawn In Alberts' place.
Wm. C. Cummlngs and John G.
Abreu were both excused for tho term
by tho consent of both sides, the for
mer because he was sick, and the lat
ter uccauso nts who wns scnousiy in. i,.-- ,.,., , ui
i rvmn...j a u nni.i. r i tlnco with delight,
drawn to take their places.
Mil, BIG P
Hi UNIQUE STUNTS
were stunned and lay unconscious for
sovetnl minutes; ono for quarter of
nn hour. Beyond this nnd n severe
shaking, thcro were no serious Injur
ies, nil threo escaping with bruised ribs
and contused heads. One had a slight
... nn Ihn rnrn tmt nfter medical at
tendance by Dr. Atcherley they wcro
nbla to return to their homes, nnd
Tho theater plan for tho Hawaii I twenty-four hours nfter wero talking
v..m ni.ii. knnni .i ii,. nn, u. around. Had tho ground on whlcn
1U llUUBUj- .... 1 I ,
for Thursday. Friday and Saturday m?? IC uccn naru siono iii.iiuu
will be on exhibition at Wall. Nichols " snivel, there would have been a
t nu u tvt;
from tomorrow noon nnd tlckctB pur
chases' from Hawaii Yacht Club mem
bers can bo exchanged for reserved
i.i in oi. ivuu. n iiiuritiuim im.u un'il " ....,. ,,.. .. -l-.l
engaged to pile up additional Interest , .?'" ,"""" i' "'Y'U,
real cnterta nments. Bull crs . '"." V" "-".- ..--
very different result,
C. Hcdemann of Honolulu Is look
Ing over tho new plantation grounds.
II. T. Mills, tho Kona attorney, icn
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
There are mare AdimsBsanall Con
stant Dlre.t Current Series Enclosed &
Arc Lamps used for street lighting W
throughout the United 8tates, Canada
and Mexico, than all other makes of S
this type of lamp combined. $t
Thousands of A D Are Lamps 2
have been Instilled In all classes of W-
milts, factories, foundries and retail S
and wholesale stores throughout the
country, and are giving universal sat- S
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC Co,, Ltd.
Office KINO ST. nr. ALAKEA ST. 2
PHONE MAIN 390. 2
Help Fop All Wallach's Indian Remedies
In the great entertainments. Buhlcrs
I players and tho members of the" Yacht
Ciuu win nil cacn evening and mo ma
dias. D. Vincent has filed a libel for
dlvoreo against Annlo K. Vincent on
grounds nt desertion. He nllrges that
the llbellee Is living with ono Kalama
It III t at Watakea. llllo.
. . l.tflBBPWI-aa nulls'
v-i-. i isjaGJi!iicnncnuBir
The Bulletin gives this communica
tion publicity because It demonstrates
no clearly how a certain class of Indi
viduals appreciate newspaper courte-
' t5 'took i
, Tji4lm!"T -1i
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma 8t 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane..,. 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Valklkl Beach 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnsu Btreet 27 50
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
In re assessment of taxes, Eliza S
Wilder, appealed from Tax Appeal
Court, tho Supreme Court today sus
tains tho valuation made by tho tax
appeal court, tho evidence not showing
that It was erroneous. The taxpayer
icturned her lot, Pcnsncola and l'llkol,
streets, at $20,000. The assessor mail.
It (30,000. The Tax Appeal Court val
iel It at (24,000.
Manngcr Kruegor of tho Beaver
Lunch Rooms Is directing n general
Impnnement of the popular restaurant
Something Is going to be wrecked
when you try to mnko n cart keep pace
with nn automobile.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
As stenographer, shipping nr wnrehouse
clerk. Experienced man. A dress X,
Bulletin 3333-1 w
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
"RENT and COMPANY
FORT AND MERCHANT BT8.,
Monday, Tuesday and
MAR 26, 27 AND 28.
Our Milliner has Just returned from
tho Coast with the very latest cre
ations In Spring Millinery,
These are now being un
packed, marked, etc.,
and will be shown
for the first
time on the above
days. Do not think of
buying your Easter hat
until you have seen our display.
Thursday and Saturday evenings tho
Buhlcrs glvo "Held by tho Enemy"
and Friday evening 'nnd at the Satur
day matlneo "Tholma" will be produc
ed. Between the acts of theso plays
tho members of tho Hawaii Yacht
Club furnish original entertainment.
The Hawaii Yacht Club has nlways
proved a "boss" entertainer nnd nny.
thing tho Club undertakes deserve
tho public's most hearty appreciation
(8ptclal to Thu Bulletin)
Kallua, Kona, March 31. This liar
been n strenuous week In Kallua. Sun
day the poor Dequty Sheriff Kelllkoa
tho 15th Inst. Ho Is summoned over
to tako up the land case for the Isaac
family at Kanaau.
J. N. Koomoa. Robert .Yiaitanaiupa
and J. K. Nohale ard candidates for
post-of Deputy Sheriff, now vacant.
Superintendent of Public Works Hot
loway has returned from Maul, when
ho went to look Into the much disputed
I.nhalnnluna water matter. Holloway
states that a temporary arrangemcut
has been made whereby the school filvt
certain ffarts, of Its water for the city
waterworks, until such tlmo that parts
of tho Knnalla stream water abovo I.i
halnaltinu ran bo condemned fur tho
purpose. Holloway Intends to send n
man to Ijihalna to look up the various
ditches mid measure nut tho plantation,
tchool nnd city water.
Tr4 Mark RetUttrti
Fcr Sores, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, tha( Is supposed to be hopeless,
Wallach's Indian Remedies will cure
For sals by all druggists.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM
EDY CO., P. O. BOX 577.
satmmmn'wmn' nun raw rararara&s
G. Q. YEE HOP & GO. 1
! ,,.-.,..1 i,M .' ,T,r ii ..,i ,i.,.l r Hawaii ami m purw. per en,
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... m......o n-'. ...... i.in, k. wo.,.
to hnvo a inc.. selected to tako lib
place. Mrs. Atcherley ytid her candi
date were bowieu over in
Ilulc-Dcniocrattc meeting yesterday
nnd Holit. Maknhalupa, the present
captain of police, nominated for tho va
cancy. The Republicans have endorsed
.. rc. Nalmle, former Incumbent of thu
job and It seems probable that he will
get tho placet
8UPREME COURT DECLARES
(Continued from Pane 1.)
does not prevent attachment or gar
nishment. Wo fall to seo tho distinc
tion. Thcro Ik no question but that
this Btatuto was enacted for tho pro
tection of seamen; tho effect of It Is to
nail the wages of a seaman to the mast
of his ship. And, If a seaman's wages
for his own benefit aro protected from
attachment, what difference -does It,
makes to him whether they aro at
tached beforo or after Judgment, in
our opinion there Is no such distinc
tion as Is contended for.
M. F. Prosscr, Deputy Attorney flon
era! (E. C. Peters, Attorney Qcneral,
with him on tho brief,) for plaintiff;
Smith & Lewis for tho garnishee.
"The Federal Btatute7 enacting that
seamen's wages shall not he subject
to attachment, does not except attach
ments after Judgment, and the court
has no authority to mako tho excep
tion. I thercforo concur," says Jus
"From whatever point It Is vnwej,
the Btatuto In question has no applica
tion to the present case and accord
ingly tho Judgment of tho district ma
gistrate should bo affirmed," saya
Frear, C, J dissenting.
This matter will probably go to the
United States Supreme Court on appaa I
A similar cate Is pending in tho Fed
ral Court hore.
J. M. Boss, N. O. Wlllfong, Miss E.
Zerbo, Mrs. H. K. Martin, Dr. Irwin,
the Home c' Watannbe, II. H. Bcovcl, A. A. Ox.
UI1UUUUI, l. I. I.U1WB, d. .., VUIIUU,
Miss I. Illchardson, E. O. Clark, Dr.
O. E. Wall, S. S. Peck, wifo and ser
vant; E. T. Parsons, MaJ. A. C, Van
Vllet, W. Lain. For tho Volcano; tho
.Misses Heywood, J. S. Parke, W. W.
Chin chill, Dr. and Mrs, Thomas, It. A.
Thomas and wife, Miss M. W. Parke,
A. It. F. Lund and wife, N. B. Hoi
den, A. J, Norman, Misses Whltmore
(2), Mr. nnd Mrs. 0111. For Laupahoc
hoe; SV a race. For Maalaea Bay:
Mrs. D. H. Caso and child, W. T. Iloh
Inson. For Kawalhae: C, Tuch. For
I.ahnlna: Mrs. and Miss Burt, C. F.
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna
tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat BillneU, on "1?
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is conshtttnt: with t
the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl. "
Telephone Order Department T
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe. ZS
dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur- 5
chases made In person. 'SZZ
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All Sizes, Colors and Patterns. Also
Grass Matting. Big 8tock. Low Price.
Coyne Furniture Co,
An answer has been filed by the de
fendants In the suit of the United
States vs, John II Estate, et al, for the
fnnilnmnnllnn rt fArtflln lnn.fa nt Pa:iiI
Harbor It Is fllleceil that thn nrnnorlvl
Is worth mbre than (5000, which was
the valuation placed on It In the bill,
Attorney Qcneral Peters has rccelve-l
advices from Maul stating that Tsut
sum), tho JnpaneEe quack doctor, who
was arrested on Maul by Chester A.
Doylo on a charge of practicing medi
cine without a license, has forfeited bis
1 200 ball and left the country.
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WE ARE THE ONLY PEOPLE IN HONOLULU EMPLOYING t)
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Our prices are Not the highest In'town. Y
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i The best of everything
i-iuu oumo up WUatMENT,
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ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halalwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays the Halelwa. Limited, a
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returmr:?. rrtvM In Honolulu at 10:10
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the news of the day. For 91 a year.
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