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Vol. XV HI No. 333tf-
Kuhio And Brown,
Says a Civic Fed Father,
Should Step Aside
GOT WHAT THEY WANTED LAST TilME
"The Civic Federation will have dared that all he wanted waa vlndlca-
Munctblng emphatic to say before the tlon. He ran for vindication and he
tnmpalgn opens." said n member of the was vindicated,
vxccutlve committee of that body thU "Drown got what ho wanted. Now
morning," about the nttltmlc of certain ho ,hould withdraw, according to the
men In omce at tho present time and intimation given In his political
In retard to the County and Territorial speeches. n0 has been vindicated and
offices to be filled for the next term. that U alt he wanted.
uolOMlie iw muinKiuu iu...u ...-
lanlanaole gave A. 0. M. Hobcrtson to
Z, , ,: n.V.in . T.7 ,i,. ,',",
iV.B,2S " .SOT!' LU" f; V?
term at the National capital.
"Now wo want to know whether Ku
hio li going to atnnd by his promise.
or doe.nt a political promise amount
..iVnM. en. ,.. i,n ,vantn,t.
"Kuhlo has cot what ho wnntcd:
now Itt him give somebody else a
"Ths larae principle applies to Coun-
ty Sheriff A M. nrown.
"Drown, In the last campaign, do-1
"Salto nil oil Klnln Kakuhl."
The above Is the text of a Japanese
inblegram which Editor Shlozawa of Torth beforo Judgo Dolo In support of consist of four 13-Inch guns, eight 8
the Hawaii Shlnpo received from Toklo tho demurrcrg thoy had filed against Inch guns and twelve 6 Inch guns, Her
today It means- It has been decided tho potltion of tho United States for secondary batteries consist of twenty
that Consul Salto will return to hli an Injunction. D. L. Wlthlngton and 6-pounders, six 1-poundcrs two Colts
.,0,t Henry K. Highton spent tho cntlro automatic nnd two 3-inch rapldflro
The local Japanese community hai forenoon sosslon of tho court with their guns. Her tonnage- Is 10,288 nnd sho
for some time past been In a state of forensic efforts. .Is propelled by twin "crews,
great uncertainty as to whether the, wlthlngton showed that thero wor ' The bl battleship will tako on 1,000
Consul would return to Hawaii or not, thr30 sections of the Sherman antitrust ,on f Pocahontas coal and sail from
it having been rumored that Salto was Bct , bo considered. Tho first ono '"o Navy wharf about March ZB. A
to be recalled. Now there Is consider. rC8trttncd combinations, trusts and "ne ,r'D reported, she loft Yoko
nblo curiosity expressed as to whether conspiracies In restraint of trade; The haa'w!v,e day8 a? anU a? -
his return will mean that he will re-
main here for another full three-year
term, or If he Is merely coming back
to wind up his yffnlrs before handing
ins poi over to nis succeisur. o
Jormcr proposition Is considered
i i i
It, C. Van Vllet, Jr., aged 12, won the
, of Punahou col;
Thurston Id the'tlnnl
tompetltors, including such players as
Allan l.owre.y nna omers oi nis ciann.
Fine Jcb Printing at the Bulletin.
The Home oi
When you see this label on a suit you know It's good bet.
ter, In fact, than tho best tailor-made. Benjamin Clothes are
made correctly, the materials are the best
Our New Spring Styles
The Kash Co., Ltd.
FORT and HOTEL 8T8,
Th. . . .........inn ,, ro,nIr , ..,
up n lot of men at tho next campaign
who nr patriotic from tho ground up
nd who will go into omco purely to
serve the people. We are going to con
duct n vigorous campaign for puro pol
"Wo have reached n critical point In I
i0r political career and are coming out
strong for good government.
"We have reached a critical point In
strong ror goon government
"hast tlmo the CUIc Federation wns
led astray. This time our cjc are
"There Is no member of the Civic
(Contlnutd on Pane 44
Arain todav tho attornovs tor tho
'iinfonctnntii In thn Hoer Trust raso held'
defendants, said Wlthlngton, could not
u0 held under this section becaiiso tho
rc8tralnt of trade exercised by them,
)r gucn oxted. was not an unreason-
aha on0. Ho quoted several authorities
tue under which It was held that tho Act
applied only to such restraints an were
The second section of tho Act ap
! piled to Individuals, as well as combi
nations, trusts ana conspiracies, who
monopolized or attempted to mouopo-
. . . .
dof-eatlng Uobrt . Wlthlngton said this section did pot 'en'S.tton of th PrU
ii. There were-50 apply In this case, becauso It only ap- ,,, ..- novernor Atkln-
piled to Stales, Terrltoiics being no-
wnt i..:iiiiuih;. ... ...
Furthermore, said the attorney,
(Continued on Page 4.)
TEL. MAIN 25.
THE BULLETIN'S NEW PRESS WILL
HONOLULU TKKKITOKY OF H a W All. TUKSDA Y MAKOH 20. Willi
Battleship Oregon Is To
Be Overhauled At
Flying a beautiful silk homeward
bound pennant, tho famous sca-flghter,
the 1,'rldo of tho Navy, tho United
States battleship Oregon, lies at tho
Navy wharf. Well may tho Navy bu
proud of this masterpiece of workman
ship, and may tho "llulldog of tho
Navy" bo long spared to us. Once
more Is this joy of tho nation hack
near tho point from which she started
on the 17:h ot Marph, 1898, and,
though, oven now, ready for any scr.
vlco that may bo demanded, It was
thought better by tho Department to
return her to Uromcrton Navy Yard.
whero sho will undergo nn extensive
un uoara ,no u.egon are ino io mow-
'nB otneors: Jno. I Merrill, Captain;
- 1"IJIn?n.J""' I-lqutonant
On board the Oiegon are tho follow
Commander; O. W. Wllllnmn, I.lcuten
ant Commander; Leo. P. Miner, I.leu
tenant Commander; J. 0. Church,
Lieutenant (Junior grade): Knslgn G.
J. llowcllff; Knslgn F. W. Sadler, Kn.
sign F. C. Martin; Ensign II. J. Mar
quart; Knslgn II. S. Holmes; Ensign
C. W. Early; Ensign J. V. Lannon;
Ensign O ,F. Cooper; Ensign J. C,
Townsend; Knslgn C. S. Kcrrlck. En.
sign O. I,. Dowlclng.. Knslgn K. It.
Crittenden: C. A. Itlchtcr. Midship
man; A. Farenholt, Surgeon; J. It.
Dykes, Ass.UUant Surgeon; If. II. Hall
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nf Vnrlnn'x'Wnnl, Ijlln InC niHrorV
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Wlrivi w. o. utUKtiii, iiuumwuiiii II
Itlcck, Gunner; Wm. O'Neill, Carpen
ter. Tho Oregons' complement consists
of 32 officers and 468 men. Shu wan
built In 189C at thn Union Iron Works
'at n cost of 13,222.810. Her engines
are of 11,111 (f) horsepower, with a
speed of 16.79 knots.IIer main batteries
at 7:30 this morning off Darbcrs
Point, docking three hours later,
The Hoard of Prison Inspectors bas
recommended tho pardon of Tong Ah
Kana n Korean who was convicted of
c.enL? "le. ""., ligT.C J?l ," ,'-
. 1 :ill.l U 1111 BUTIILITUUIZII IU LnU JVUSO tl-H
",.onln-nti IIo hag ,erved oneVar
. tw0 months of , gcnt Aet -
on ggued a pardon for the man.
i Assistant "-District Attorney Dunnu
I this afternoon began argument for the
Unlted States In tho beef trust case.
Luttcd's Tarn Flour for sale by Hen -
ry Xlay & Co., and O. J. Day & Co.
irmr- s s s s -w2-o
to burglars and when kept In the
house are likely to court a vis
it from robbers. Placed
a pox In our aafe-dcpo
vault, your valuables
ar safe, and vou
mind Is at ease on
their account. You
can rent a box
for S5 per
id Fort Street, Uonnlaln
s s s s
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MM UN VII
Campbell Van Vllet, the young son
of Major Van Vllet. on the tennis
tournament yesterday at Oahu Col
lege. The finals were between Hubert
Thurston end the young scion of the I
athletic army officer. As the scorn
shows, the playing.was rather uneven, I
but there was n good deal of It that was
clever. The boy fought his way through
to final victory by several hard matches
wn uiucr hiiu iiiKci uyia. Ji i that Morlta Kaliu, the Japanese mur
the seventh grade In the Preparatory doror ,,,, Lcc envu-j or murder In
school and Is a veritable midget, cxiept ,,, flrilt dcsreei Ttl0 in80 lma bcc
when It come) to wielding n tcnnlj beforo tne uU)c q'ult(, ,,rom,1Cntly ho
racket. The soro of the tournament fore ,t .' ln lliat cn,c tllat Attorney
n":., ,v vni. et. ,.-. ., Carl Smith raised the famous question
J. Desha, W. McDougall: Desba, 6-0,
W. Kngle, J. Desha: Engla. 2-C,
A. I,owrey. U Kenton:
J. Guard, Van Vllet: Van Vllet, 6-2
1'. de tlrcttcvllle. Van Vllet: Van
Vllet. 6.1. 6-0.
A. Lowrey, Van Vllet: Van Vllet
W. Englc. Van Vllet; Van Vllet,
tf-U. U-3, ti-U.
S. Kennedy, W. Cooper: Kennedy
1-6, 7-5. 6-1.
S. Kennedy, J. Peterson: Kennedy
C-7, 6-3, 6-3.
().' Ilenton, W. Lldgate: Ilcnton, 5-7
' S, Kennedy, G. Itenton: Kennedy
S-2. 2.6. 6-4.
It. Thurston. L. Wlthlngton: Thurs
ton. 6-1. C-2.
It. Paris, It. Ahrtns : Ahrens. default
It. Thurston, R. Aureus; Thurston
Kennedy, n. Thurston;
-3. -. 6-1.
Van Vllet. It. Thurston:
" ""' 2-C. 6-1.
, mt m
Hear Admiral I.yon'a flag was raised
Aumirui i.yuu b hbk "" rmai-u
.ld;t 1" Cleebnn tf h?
occasion. Over one hundred prominent
and reppresentatlvo ladles and gentio-
mou of tho metroDolIk attended the no-
table function. The Hawaiian bind
graced the reception, furnishing music
to the delight of tho assembled citizens
n,t omcers of tho great battleship
0regon wMch ,,M ,n lhe 8ll, jU8t op:
poslto the Station, her Immcnso and
... .. . . . . . . .
beautiful-pennant inning wnn ma
I " .. .
wr.cn me nag oi near ,iuimrui i.j-
on was rolled, the Naval Station bat-
inrv-.uinio.i with thirteen eiim. Then
the cannon of tho Oregon bellowed
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hlrteen times In salutation and tha
gunboat Manning, In (ho harbor, spoke
.up thirteen times. Tho Station battery
replied to the salute of the Oregon
, wlf. coven guns.
The station waa beautifully decorat-
ed with flags and a delicious punch wa3
served, the Hawaiian band playing In
the grounds the Shlle.
. . .. , ,
sentatlves. Territorial, County -.nd I Fed-
crol ofllc als. officers of the Army and
() Navy nnd lending citizens, accompanied
by ladles, tenaerediciiciiauons o near
J Admiral Lion and drank to his good
health and prosperity.
nrnaimin la nronnrlnp A vprv
appropriate souvenir for the Hawaiian
memuers wno aiicna mu kh.-ui suiun-
Ing of Shriners at Ixis Angeles. Hun-
dreds of miniature rocoanuts havo
been obtained, poU'bcd nnd prepared
"- . . ..-. .u- . -.,!...
so that 111111 of those omblems of tho
j tun. UHU U ." v...... .
w tropica may bo suspennea irom
rn badge bearing tho tltlo of the local
w Templo. Tho badge will bo red with
gold letters. The Imperial potcntato
this year Is an Kngllshmnn, so Oros.
man selects his color as a compliment
to him. Last year tho Ids mado a
great hit, but thoro Is no doubt thin 'ho
oocoanuts of 1906 will bo more In de
Wl.n.-A iiiiit rwltvT
TO BE WORN BY J
, .."" '" rr-" ' I
MINUTE, THAT'S GOOD BUSINESS
Finef HpCfrPP VPrfilPt I5
rMOl UCgl CC YClUIUl 10
Secured By F. W.
Attorney General I'ctcrs was las(
ngM nottnC(l uy a wireless telegram
regarding the validity of naturaliza
tions by Circuit Courts.
Deputy Attorney General Mllverton,
who conducted tho prosecution In tliu
i ..,.-. m w' wn highly spoken of by tho At
i.orey, , torncy General this morning.
"This man Morlta Kami was one ur
tho Wntanabo Masagi gang," snld Pe
ters. "This outfit of thugs terrorized
IIIIo for a couple of years. They lev
ied blackmail on their fellow country
men nnd had them reduced to such a
etato of terror that none ot them dar
ed to testify against them.
"We have been alter this Morlta
Kalzit for about two yeara now, and
this successful conclusion of tho enso
has reflected n great deal of crodll on
Mr. Mllverton. Kvcry obstnelo was
TTuVan'dYo? dXr. "weTenT'Tn
shipping witnesses nway, and wo had
tbo greatest difficulty In securing tes-
BY If! SEHK
Land Commissioner Pra't Is having
moro trouble with thn settlement n
Rociauons, wnicn, it seems, want la
havo lands opened entirely In their
own way. In tho case of tho Thomp
son Settlement Association In Kau, the
sottlcrs wanted 100 ncres each. Pratt
declined -to open the lands on thewj
terms, whereupon tho settlers threat
ened to bring tho matter Into the
courts. Pratt answered that tbo;
could do so If they wished.
Tho Hllo Settlement Associations,
which nre after lands at Hakalau,
have. In splto of the Invo feast which
thoy recently had with Pratt In Hllo,
found occasion to make moro uomanas,
., ... .,., ,.,,, . -.ki.t.
the und Commissioner I. too small
and tho price too great. They also
.."".... A .V. J.,.t!: " u Vi" .?.-." .
"V.1.: 3.. .S." in '
"S,",. ""'..iZiir. ,. r
.. , . . a,d pratt ..,
.nre0 "'" fhlmn,hat "? hey ro no
golngTo rampls with "the Oownmcn
? 5, ?.. " 1 . .. .SJ
LUIIUILIUIIB 1 nill JUOk Ulllll U VII4Utl i
0f the land for nli-comers. and keep the
rest until people come along who are
wTHIng to comply.
, , t . .....i.... .
.iiiii ii f.. a iiirns. n siui cnixnii hub
John K. Goeaa, a storekeeper, has
ncij a petition In voluntary bankrupt
ry gho-'ng unsecured liabilities at
$1901.41 and assets at $1002. Tho Ila-
ltles are shown to consist of $158.25
taxPg ,iuc nnd $1901.11 unsecured
claims. The nsscts are $309.93 In prom
jSSOry notes, $1292.05 In book debts na,
wr edecr account, and $150 worth of
I . ,.t i. . ,, ...it or
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I UlUim IV, imv,iiv,n .. .,.w . -.
f ' , , ," ' Vcsterd.)
" ., , u..rinn ,,ivu .
... Wundcnbcrg ns' garnishees. The 1
w t ,g ,092i8, nm, ,t g ,hown
. . .. EarnI(llieeg 0WB tll0 defendant
$1000, which was attached.
Hart & Co, have been adjudged a
bankrupt by Judge Dolo on the petition
nf Its creditors.
Largest Stock In th City
from which to make aelectlons.
. w ..
a n; --Lna neiiaoie rurnuura nu,
YOUNG BUILDING, li
Henri Wateihouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Stock and Bond Jokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephono Exchange No. 4.
IS HAWAII GAIN
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20.
proprlatlons for the fortifications of
000. for fortifications In Hawaii.
$200,000 For Site
(Auoclattd l'ret) Bptctal Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20. Senator Perklnc has introduced a bill
for the purchase of a site for a public building In Honolulu to cost $200,000.
'REFINED SUGAR ADVANCED.
NEW YORK, N,
BAN FRANCISCO. Ca... March
sworn to a complaint against Franklo
them with manslaughter.
GET AWAY WITH
IMMocfafrrf J'rf Seclit Cable)
MOSCOW, Russia. March .20. Twenty men robbed the Mutual Credit
Society Dank today. Theyobtalned $425,000. and mads, good their escape.
THOUSAND KILLED DY EARTHQUAKE.
TOKIO, Japan, March 20. The returns from the earthquake damage In
Formosa show that 1,014 persons have been killed, 895 injured, and 1,'CO
Theresa Gets Ready
A Political Club
For Next Campaign
WILL GATHER OLD HOME RULERS TOGETHER
Princess Theresa Wilcox has an-
nminrnl that sho Intends to becomo a
iinctnr in the comini cimnln, Sho!
.xnccts to gather her old frlonds. start'
her paper again, and kcop.a watchful Ho Increase the membership. There
yo on political events. From the tun., ore many of the good old Homo II Hers
dluatc. placed In tho running by tho' living over there. They are not doing
dltfercnt parties Mrs. Wilcox will pick much politically now, so'I Intend to
- .. ..
those who suit her. and glvo tnemtne
,Mn.ni ow o?..u .. .i ...
iru.a uinu " u ivn w. ......,
ones, she will run some candidates of
her own on' an Independent ticket.
. ...-. ,
I wish vou would announce niv.
plans," said tho Princess this morning,
"I want peoplo to know that I nm go-
lng,to bo up and doing.
"I havo already begun the organlza-
tlon of a political club," she continued,
Thcroyare only forty members at
present, but there will be a gr'at many"
Wro before long. Tho membors ato
women as well ns men. Tho women
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ONE VOTE FOR
THE' EVENINgbULLETIN J
S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1906, f
Tnli vote It good for three weekt
from date. J
Prior 6 Cents
The Senate today struck out the 0-
the Philippines and appropriated $Z60
(Anoclateil I'rett Special Cabli)
Y., March 20. Refined sugar was. advanced ten cents
20,-Pr.z.flh,.r Tenny's mother has
Nell and the fight promoters charging
control tho votes of a good many men
In Hawaii nel, you know, and It Is the
votes wo are after. I expect to mako
tour In Koolau pretty soon In order
. ... tt I 1
rouse mom anu get mem an mio ro
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pic't from the tickets put up b tho
different parties tho best men, and
throw Its solid voto In their favor, ut
course If there should be no suitable
candidate for any office wo will nonil;
,nnte and run a candidate of our own
on an Independent ticket. I also Intend
to stnrt my paper going again, so that
the club will have an organ or lis own.
Island Jams and chutney made n)
Mrs. Kearns. 181 Hotel St. Dlue nil.
It easy for you to make a selection,
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