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KVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 190G,
Published Kvory Diy Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. 11., by the
BULLETIN PUDLISHINQ CO., LTD.
authority, but merely one of whether
the Comity will or will not operate,
then the point arises ns to whether
It It Indeed truo that the construction
of that crematory was n waste of good
money. , -
Citizens accustomed to doing busi
ness hi a business HKo wny toon tiro
1 with haggling oer the expenditure of
vuai i Ant? a trAcoiun-nt, .-.,..- 'I County (unds on soml-Terrltorlnl Inatt
... r...KU,lur (iilloni UM(Ufl nro RO1Ight110t raon.
According to tho statements mano
Entered at the 1'ostoftlce at Hono
Inlu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
rer month, nnywbero In U. S..J .76
ter quarter, anywhere In U. 8., 2.00
Ter year, anywhere In U. S 8.00
er year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Ix months $ ,S0
fer rnr, anywhere In U. S.... 1.00
er year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
before legislative committees the np
propria! Ion for the garbage crematory
was needed. Wo nssumo ino crcma
tor) was needed ns well. There must
have been n great mistake somewhere
If It Is now found that It Is better for
the taxpayer to hao this plant go to
rust than for tho County to shoulder
the expense of operating It.
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
O. 11. nrtCKIIM. 71nlnr Mnnir nt
JLe Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ned, being flst duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says; That the following
Is a true r.nd correct statement of cIp
culatlon for the week ending March
16, A. D. 1906, of the Dally and Week
ly Editions of the Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 10 2410
Average Dally Circulation
Editor Evening Bulletin The fol
lowing arc the facts concerning two
saloons In Kona. There has been con
siderable, Interest around among tho
people there by opposing petitions for
saloons. A man by the nhnie of Sing
Sing. Kalnallu, Kona, had twenty-four
signers of a petition In his favor;
anions this number there nro nine out-
1 917C side the limit prescribed by law nnd
13 2221 1 upon being approached two of tho
14 2154 signers deny that they had their slg-
15 2165 1 nature acknowledged. However It Is
16 2163 claimed that all these appeared before
The Hawaiian Sugar Company dellv.
cred to us a total of 1,920,852.233 gal
Ions of Hanapcpe water throughout the
Tho 1005 crop turned out 13,103 tons.
1451) tons were on hand and credited to
the realizations of the lOOi crop, tho
amount being (113,414.10; 103 tons of
flip nmn rrnn mmtn Inst December nnd
now Bhipped, tho returns for which hro
n III I 11" JS U'tl'lH'U, HIU 1-allUIHtVM u is-
Pl3ntSli0n Sl'" $9.84.76, giving a totnl Incomo for
uie years crop ui ;mo.uu.au.
The yieldfrom the 1U7 crop win uo
pend largely on tho date when we nro
able to deliver the additional supply ot
water, now being developed.
Our net operating expenses for tho
year. Including taxes, but oxcluslve of
Interest, bond expenses nnd deprecia
tions, were 1607.2tf3.7G or $50,005.73 per
month. The Increased cost of operate
Ins exoenses this last year over the
previous year was due primarily to the
diought, calling for continuous pump
ing from January to November. Involv
ing an extra expense of $35,839.42. Ma-'
kawcll water alto cost us $12,000 moro
than the previous jcar. Increase lu
taxes also contributed to the result.
" llnmt ftvnpnin, lninlvf1 In thft InrnA
The nnnual meeting of the Mcllryd ,nIe ot ,oniB ag, . Mr B(ijcj M8.591 to
sugar Co., Ltd., was neici mis morning me normal outlay unucr mis kcpi.
at tho offices of Thco. II. uavics & to., 0ll permanent Improvements lnit
tho following omccrs for inc ensuing year 1131020.22 were expended, not !
jear being elected: ... . eluding $36,960.00 paid for Sugar Kac-
President, D. 1-. It. IscnbcrgJ vice .... Blltck and $150,560.00 for Kauai
DROUGHT FORCED COMPANY'S
ANNUAL MEETINQ MANAGER
STODART'8 REPORT $234,026.72
IN PERMANENT WORKS
.2216 Sir. Mills July 8. 1003, nnd wcro Idcn-
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Mar. 13, 1906 2360
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... .1054
COMBINED guaranteed average
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.,
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F M Swanzj; secertnry, T. C. Davlcs;
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1) Mcllryilc, Albert Wilcox, It. W. T.
Purvis. J. M Lydgate. F. M Swnuzr
Minagcr Wm. Stodart'a report for
the vcar ending December 3lsi, iuoj,
was, In part, as follows,
Klcctrlc Co. slock. Two add'tlonal res-
scrvolrs wnro Installed, one In A-po
gulch and one In Omao gulch, both
Six Excused For Cause In
SMITHIES WANTED TO
HANfl THE DEFENDANT
KANNEQIE8SER 8PORT8 PECU.
LIAR ABBREVIATION USED
TO HAVE IN8ANE
Very lltllo progress was made In
the securing of a Jury to try tho John
son murder caso today, nnd It begins
to look as It tho Jury examination
might last Into next week. This fore
noon not a single peremptory chal
Icngu was used, only ono Juror quail
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., ----- --- --- - . .1 neu nnu six wcru cnauengeu lor causa
reaching storm and surplus water In,. ...... .,. h .,,. ,,.,
those gulches for the first' lime. Our "' ' """ ,", """, ... """.""
WHIco & Gib.bs New Automatic ,
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GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. GET THE BEST.
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FORT AND MERCHANT STREET8.
Subscribed and sworn to b
foro me this 17th day of
SEAL March, A. D. 1806.
P. H. DURNETTE,
Notary Public, Honolulu, County ot
.MARCH 22, 1900.
Boer war claims are certain to bo
Ion lived It not profitable.
Whin a Grand Jury Is packed tho
moat natural question Is, Why?
titled iinon oath of D. N. Klllnahe.
Another saloon t inn by the name of
T. Shlbaamn, Kenlakcktia, Konn, ob
tained eight signatures on his petition,
of which names Ave nro thoso living
otttsldo tho limit, one of them only
claiming to bo agent for land within
the limit. Thrco of these men deny
nrltnowlcdelne their signature, nnd
yet It Is claimed that thuy havo ap
peared before David K. Baker Septem
ber 20. 1905. It Is noteworthy that this
vame Shlbayama Is an applicant for
another saloon at lloluaioa, too, 11
would seem as though no petition In
his favor should bo allowed to stand
as warrant for tho now plea.
Treasurer Campbell has been noti
fied of these facts and tho demnnd has
inoso guicncs lor uie ursi nine, unr . . . . . .. rorcmDiory
IS. In part, as follows. ll.rnnM. lln I,... .won rnnltMll.ttt! from" P.sccuuu.i uv.11. ..l "i
llalnfall and Genera Weather Con- 10 ma,n lno ,,. Knlnhe0 u t0 tlj8 ;oot t o and has four lefl.
lions were both decidedly mifavor-of nc,(I(, 15 an,nc on le iIoj)CI of 1u. J"Ji fZ,. ... ..
do. Severe cold spells wore numer- i,lloIon0i maMoK ,, total permanent ,p.oclal c.nl" .a.l.i"
v" 7- track upon the plantation lS'i miles.1 lmr ",,.,,
o ; 10lSlx miles of forett fence, iirotectlng tbei '' V,,
ous and n drought ot marked sev
beginning nboul September 1st
sued, Of which
made this morning:
loyd, Wm. Hownn, Hobt. V
7 . Ol III HUB Ul lUlttl icmu, tllUtVVlUlb ' 1 .." ' f tt - f !.!..
previous )ear( 1901), continued to wioi0ntlro foregt ,(9ervo or lho plantation ' '"' n"'''-""Bv xiZ.n
month of August. 1905, n period of elcy- ,, becn built, and tho Farley tunnel '". Ai0oapnn,CKhi"vlV 5mm.f 11 '
en months. Tho rain came too late to(cllrrylnR tu ,' , atcr ,rora ,he'WahH. chn; SP.cn"r; '"b" )?' f?Tn",
overcome the effects of the drought, cxr wo v cn'arEed. flarf " Mn"U!l1 Andrade. Ed. P. O Brl-
cent as to the youns cane lust planted V ., '"':u . n, Jas. oNtt Jr., Bruco Hnrtman, How-
onlanted and n a ?on,enuence thoL f?" LLSfIl,Xt.LI,".,.l11! "i W. Adams, Chas. J. Ludwlg.cn, M.
A. Gonsalvcs. Ftcd U. Stcero, A. U.
2S.1L!"!? si?."" ? ?h?- h"r tta Su'gV'KaJlorsnny: LVmUed!
si.u.i. to m, i.v, ..." .- .,. if R ,.r Oomnn.iv Limited
1900 now being harvested, which was
estimated at 134100 tons wlicn six
months old, will fall to something
under 10,000 tons. The young cane,
however, for lho crop of 1907 was not
Previous experiences with touches of
dry weather materially reducing our
yields had satisfied us tnai tno piania
lion needed to Increase Its pumping en
we'have added to our permanent assets
availablo as security under o.ir bonded
debt, tho sum of t321.SI6.22; so that
while It has 'been a poor car for the
stockholders, much baa been done to
add to the permanent value of tho as
cts ot tho Company, and with the com
pletlon of the present water develop
ment, the stability and value of the
plantation, both from the standpoint ot
been made that these facts when vcri-1 Potl'V and to depend less upon Its -h , kh d c nn(1 b onuhoId Cr, will
... ...., . . . .. ...streams and reservoir water, and with!: L .,,.. .. j
ws I :
Tbere were at least a few blows
struck In tho Hllo Jail and lho incl
dent gives promise of making 1110
tendants at Hawaii a detention homes
less brutal If not moro kindly.
Activity on tho Stock Hxchango dem
onstrates that Hawaii inn always re
vive regardless of how much out of
'joint It may havo been thrown by tho
vaccrlcs of a speculative sugar mar
ket. No one thought tho Federal Govern
ment could assume control of Insur
nnco companies, but It Is gratifying to
have the legal lights of the Houeo of
Representatives say so and put an cud
to tho agitation.
Secretary Taft has been scvroly
criticised because he Is believed to
supiott the cry of the Philippines for
the Filipinos. In which caso It might
be .1 fair compromise to transport a
few of them to Hawaii.
fled nro sufficient to warrant the re
voking of the licenses and should af
fect the standing of tho notary publics
In aucstton. It Is desired that largo
publicity bo given to such fraudulent
methods of securing saloons.
E. B. TURNER,
Secretary Committee of Anti-Saloon
Honolulu, March 22, '08.
(Ppcctal to The Dulltttn)
Hllo, March 20. The trial ot Jailor
I Mnliv lnhti K'nllln nnd Keomoku. In-
row.Mti' W?:. K"!?111?' J,"?l-ao,m-7 dieted for assaulting a prisoner In tho
Hllo Jail, was finished hero after 9
defendants wcro called to the stand
and their evidence was a direct con
tradiction of that presented by tha
Both sides waived argument and
Judge Parsons' charge was clear and
sound as to the duty of Jailors and
guards. Being presumably guided by
tho evidence presented, his remarks
were considered favorable to the de
fense and when tho Jury retired It 'wan
not thought possible that more than
ten minutes would bo occupied In se
curing a verdict. But there were some
of the Jurors who had rather decided
Ideas as to tho manner of treating
criminals, as well as the quality and
quantity, of food furnished and as they
could not sec where tho officials had
kept within tho law they persistently
voted for conviction for six hours,
Judge Humphrey of Chicago has
won a reward of merit from the cor
porations. He may thus gain a place
ID 1 L
Demetrius Lycurgus Is expected back
In Honolulu In a month or so from
Greece. Upon bis return Mr. and Mr
George Ljcurgus will go to Greeco for
n couple of je.irs Geo. Andrews, man
aging the Grill, experts to return to
Greece to settie upon tho return hcr
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo Lycurgus. De
metrius Lycurgus will mnnnge tho Vol
cano Iloute while Mr and Mrs. Geo.
Lycurgus arc In Greece.
According to n Berlin letter In a
London Joumnl there Is n growing
In tho list of nvnllablo men for the probability that tho demand for the
PrcMdentlnl nomination of whichever .rnymeni 01 memuers 01 mo iieicnsiai;
streams and reservoir water, and with
that In mind plans wcro set on foot
moro than two years ago to securo a
cheaper motive power than coal which
icsultcd In tho leasing 01 the uyuro
Electric ppwer plant now being In
stalled by the Knual Electric Company,
Limited, upon the wainllia luvcr on
tho windward side ot Kauai. This
plant, It Is expected, will bo completed
and ready to deliver power this June.
It had becn planned to first alter the
present steam pumping stations so that
they could utilize the electric power
and later to tako u;. further water de
velopment, tho whole to be done, more
or less leisurely so ns to spread the ex
pense over a considerable period ot
time; hut the severe lesson of last
) car's drought nnd Us losses forced
our hnnd and led last May to the he.
ginning of nctlvo operations In develop
ing more water and preparing to utltlzo
It ns soon ns possible. Tho results of
these efforts were so satisfactory that
It has led to tho establishment of two
new pumping stations In Hnnnpcpe
Valley, to bo operated by electric pow
er, and tho ordering of three pumps
for the same of n total rapacity per
21 hours of 13V& million gallons.
Ono steam pumping station now op-
crated by a Washington pump Is be
ing prcpnied for electric power this
Summer by the Installation ot a pump
of the. samo class ns lliose ordered 10.
tho two new stations.
Louis Swcltzcr, Arch. A. Dunn, Uala
Napoleon, Frank Mclntyro.
A. O. Dunn was tho first Juror ex
amined. Ho was passed by tho prose
cution, but challenged by tho defenso
as he expressed a prcjudlco against
Insanltv defenses. Tho challengo was
John Wm. Smithies' examination
was short and sweet Ho had read of
the cas eln the newspapers, ho said,
o'clock tonight, tho Jury having been
out six hours. County Attorney ChaB.
William prosecuted and C. M. Lo
Blond and W. 8. Wise ably defended,
This Is the case that brought High
Sheriff Henry hero to Investigate A
U. S. Weather Bureau,
Temperatures 6 a. m., 65; 8 a. m
10 a. m., .2; noon, 72; morning
havo been materially advanced.
Tho Installation ot the Knual Elec
tric Company power plant Is well along
toward a satisfactory completion. At
this writing about 14,010 feet of tunnsl
llne,nnd 1950 feet ot the ditch line hav
been finished, leaving only 2860 feet nt
tunnel nnd 5050 feet of ditch still to do.
In order to hasten tho work on cer
tain tunnels where the rock Is uncom-
t-howlng Smithies was challenged by
tho prosecution and oxcused.
Tho examination of A. G.-Kanncgles-ter
created considerable amusement.
Kantieglcs8cr Is a nlco elderly gentle
man who would evidently not disagree
with anyono for worlds, so ho agreed
with both the defense and the prose
cution on tho most diametrically op
lew months ago and tho ono which minimum, Ot.
caused hlra to grin tho grand jury tor Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.93; absoluto
indicting tho men. After a thorough humidity. 8 n. m.. 4.712 grains per
Investigation at that tlmo tho High cuu f00t; r elatlvo humidity. 8 a. in..
wntll It was ho would make no change ,. g a m-( velocity 4, direction N. ;
In the personnel of tho Jail. When tho in a. m velocity 9, direction W.: noou.
anil had formed an onlnlon He want "nvesugauon ai mm. iimo 1110 nigu cub o foot; r elat vo hum d
oXTthe dnefePndan?: On ?hl. ' "".?, "P.reC won. d" nTtte pVv"'" ,Cftr fT dew ,
bowing Smithies was challenged by 1 "L.?.8. ?" ?.ui?.5i..H?.PI!V.K"l..winu-0 -.. velocity
party the octopuses nlm to control.
It Is rather remarkable that tho
Homo of Commons should reject a
Bchcme to investigate tho Importation
of Chinese In the Transvaal. The lead
er of tho party In power mado opposi
tion to such transportation ono of his
campaign filatures. Ills position may
now bo that having landed them In the
Transvaal, the less said about It tho
a demand which has been refusrd by
every Chancellor from Bismarck to
Prlnco von Buelovv will receive the
consent ot tho authorities at no dis
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news of the day. For. SI a !?"
7 i ock omo
UMITID ,. .
Mr. Poepoe's Idea of organizing the
llnwnllnns on the political lines ot tho
Civic Federation shows how much
good Is done Hawaii by men whi. us
surao all the vlrtuo of tho ro"im ..
nnd go about smashing political loy
alty nnd alleglanco to par'y rr'"r''1'
The other fellow always figures that
It Is a poor rule that dsoi not v.-d-both
. the' garbagY squabble
Tho garbago problem, nr. vhUU tho
County Fathers and the Board of
Health seem not to have reached an
understanding, Is ono that tho averngo
citizen doos not give much nttentlon
provided the garbage Is taken away
from Mi door every morning. It Is a
matter, howover, In which there
shonld not be a what's-yours Isn't-mlno
contention between tho County and
A garbage crematory which cost tho
Territory several thousand dollars is
lying Idle, originally closed, we be
lieve, on account of lack of Territorial
funds, This now represents an Invost.
ment that Is rusting out. The County
having taken over' the garbago service,
Is burning tho rubbish on various
dumps. This Is tho old scheme before
the construction ot the elaborate and
not inexpcnslvo crematory.
From the taxpayers' standpoint. It Is
not good business to allow this crema
tory to gradually decay, as It Is bound
to do If left Idle. It at least represents
an expento of Interest on the original
Investment. The taxpayer cannot look
with Indifference on a technical squab
ble as to tho authority lo c-pernto tho
plant. If the County can tako over,
end operate tho electric light works, lt
should havo authority to operate tho
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Jf It be, not n question 01 tecnnicaijwri. rw. .uw ""nini i
tnonly hard, the contractor Is about to p08(;a propositions. Ho had also had
Install powder drills which will Insura
the timely completion of the contract.
The following Is an extract from a
report by Mr. A. Gartley, General Man
ager of the Hawaiian E lectrlc Com
pany, Limited, with regard to the eluc
trie power plant:
"The Hawaiian Electric Company,
Limited, havo undertaken the Installa
tion of the plant from the fore-bay tn
the point ot delivery of the electric cur
rent to Mcllryde Sugar Company Tha
vvholo undertaking has presented many
dltllctiltlcs, but I believe the work Ii
now well In hnnd and thnt It will b
son.u InBnno friends somo years ago.
but bo did not claim to be an expert on
Insanity. Tho Juror was finally ex
cused. As ho left the box Judge Rob
inson asked him It ho did not go by
another name than Kanncglesscr.
"Oh. yes; my friends cnll mo Wil
son, for short," answered Kanncgles
scr with an obliging smile,
Bruco Hartman was called next, but
.as almost Immediately challenged by
tho prosecution and excused, as ho
va) opposed to capital punishment.
High Sheriff was hero there was a
susrlclon that politics wcro at the bot
tom of tho charges, but this was nol
brought out today.
Morlto, tho prosecuting witness, Is
tho Japanese who, was yesterday con--vlcted
of murder' In tho first degree.
Ho testified to having becn assaulted
velocity 15, direction W.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended S a.
m 00." Inch.
Totnl wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 169 miles.
ALEX. Mcc. ASHLEY,
8ectlon Director, U.' S. Weather Bu
by ono of tho guards when ho demur-1
n,1 nt nnnAnllni Vila rnllnn nt tnnnt At I
a dinner meal ono night last Decern-' Washington, March ..There wilt
bcr. At tho tlmo of tho troublo ho un Provision In the legislative, ex.
was handcuffed to another prisoner fJulvo, an,,Au,(1'claI "PProprflatlon bill
and when ho appealed to tho guard that aftere 1913 all Government cerks
for meat with less fat on It ho was reaching the age of ,0 years shall be
toll to see tho boss, Capt. Maby. As Immediately dismissed from the ser
he grew Insistent the .guard took him .'", . , ......
liy the neck with ono hand and struck I Thls Provision Is Intended to act as
him on the head with the otner. to :J A' "". -'"
,n certain extent this testimony was In the Government service. The scalo
I ,.i, ,!.. i... T.nnnn .!. of pay has becn arranged for aid clerks
A. C. Dowsctt was challenged by tho BWoro tha, , BUttrii .,,uck Morlto Jurln& the next seven years. This
! urosccutlon-bccauso ho had formed an ., n-i -i.-i.. ..i.i . scale nrohlhlts the navment or mnrn
completed during tho month of June. , opl;on on lho cage nml ,,,, kn0VNn r "'' "l ''-Yblm because the than 11400 a year lo any clerk 65 jeara
lonT ! ve? valSTsseoMillJ 'l' Wharton family for over twenty , u?0Vc"mmbe hln and faimeYon or over. 11200 to any clerk 68 years or
plaVnUoT Uwm'haTote ftstaHcd , Ye SS , J ck of his head, but ho felt suro "Ver d 40 to any clerk 70 venrs of
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms S75 00
Emma St , 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 Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 130 00
Trust Co., Limited.
Monday," Tuesday and
MAR 26, 27 AND 28. '
Our Milliner has just returned from
the 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.
at a comparatively small expense con
sidering tho large amount ot power
nvnllablo The plant can bo Increased
ono-half at a comparatively small ex
"When the present plant Is complet
ed. It Is calculated to furnish 2400
hoise-puner at Mcllrydo nnd with thr
one-half Inrrcnso would glvo 3C00 II.
"We havo aimed nt simplicity In con
struction nnd the result will be eOlclcul
und simple operation,"
NAME NOT FOR PUBLICATION.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Tho Iteportcr here never gives mo
credit fn.r my conscientiousness. May
bo ho thinks I'm glutting. Let's chango
"Talking about getting labor for tho
plantations," said the Consular repre
sentative, "thcro's something elso Just
ns Important and that is getting good
cooks for Honolulu homes. Now I'm
In favor of Importing a certain bunch
ot Hindoos from Goa. They aro good
ChrlttlniiB and can cook. They have
been cooking for centuries. I'vo talk
ed with somo Honolulu ladles about
themj nnd they suggest that Joo
MarKden bo sent to Goa to get somo."
"Oh. Goa way!" said tho High OII1
Aro you going to tho Hawaii Yacht
Club benefit at tho Opcrn Houso to
night?" asked the Drolter.
"Yes, you'd look well In n box," said
lho Consular Ilcpresentatlve,
"Can't nfford It," said tho High Ofll
clal; "thai's what comes of being hon
est. I may go In the gallery."
Ti.o consular Ticprescntatlvo lit a
cigarette. Tho High Official, the llro
ker and the Tcdagoguo don't smoko,
ThoaIlcporter moistened a piece of pa
per wan a wet napkin and pulled a
proof of his pencil notes on the marble
slab. A Civic Fed. looked In at the
door and beckoned tho High Official
and tho meeting adjourned after each
or tno others had repented the catch
phrase: "Now remember, I've bald
nothing for publication, but If you
must print It, for the sako of peaco lu
tne family, don t use my name,"
The DU8INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN.
DEX, published In the 8aturday Bulle
tin ana tne weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le-
ral notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, Duuoing permits and real es
75J P4"- month.
SI Pr v"r.
challenged by , - k-ii i,rni,u t,n im.i inkm .W '
tho prosecution because ho had form-. ,,oM of lllm.and tho blow camo lnimo-l
I dlately afterward. f '"" ouiiremu iouri nas, in nccoru-
n rnnni.n iinv ' H.n lnit mnV tiwil. fince with the iniuiUute of tho United
ed an opinion, and was excused
A. e. L.loy.1 was nasseil for cause, a r......n u.... .1.- ...i v ...
"linllongo by tho defenso being dleal-1 0t,j to seeing tho vvholo nffalr; ho saw States Supreme Court, icmnnded tlw
Inn nil .... ..... - ...l .... Tllal.nn P.lnto fl.linM na 4n .l.n f-l
-" jvmtio nil uie japaneso once wun ni ("""' - v. iuno lu i,.c vu-
" fist on tho IJnck of tho head, was sure "' Court, but declined to Issuo execu-
HtAL iiiilt TKflMOuiiUH iWo wan onlv ono how struck. Ilu- n or uix cosis.
11a, anotner prisoner, was niso present j
In tho room and saw the difficulty. 11a
was Just as posltlvo tho guard used
his open hnnd and not his fist nnd
Entered for Record March 21, 1S06,
From 10:30 a. tn. to 4 p. m.
Wm Koolau to 11 on ok a a Sugar Co
Tho Union Steamship Qulde for March
devotes two pages' to tho Canadian-
Australian Iloyal Mall line stopping at
Ltd L that he merely shoved tho man. Cap- ibis port. Honolulu Is given a leading
W V Chamberlain tr to Mrs Ann Lid- I tain Maby camo on the scono when bo position with Vancouver and the places
gala D wai attracted by the loud talking; ho
Abraham It Smith and wf to George I went directly to tho place wheie tho
M Itaupp D men were, unlocked the handcuffs, and
Kaheana-elua and hsb to F A Schao shoved tho Jap out on tho veranda and
(cr D Instructed another guard to tako him
Entered for Record Mar, 22, 1906, I to tho dark cell. Two of the prisoners
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m. told how Maby had punched and kick-
I-: C Idiocies to Ong Yong L ed tho man, whllo others said It was
Maria M Hardcy by atty to Tr of only a shove and that tha man was not
lloya Clubs 1 kicked at any time. Only two of tho
touched along the route.
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Our prices are Not the highest In town.
The best of everything
7j ALL SORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
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Tickets and Information 'at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co , or
ring up Hatelwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returmny. arrive In Honolulu at 10:10
All Sizes, Colors and Patterns. Also
Grass Matting, Big Stock, Low Price.
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