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Vol. X"VIII No. .1342
Hawaii Normal School
Placed On Equality
With The Califoroiaos
CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD ACTS
Utaduates of the Honolulu Normal 1
School have been accepted as on a,n
equality with tho graduates o( the Nor
mal Schools of the State of California.
This Is quite a feather In the cap of
tho local institution and demonstrates
In ulint high esteem the school Is held
by those of the mainland best able to
Judge. The Information was conveyed
to Principal Wood of the Normal
School In the following letter:
March 8, 1006.
President Territorial Normal School,
Honolulu, Hawaii. ,
Dear Sir: I beg to report that tho
Territorial Normal School at Honolu
lu, Hawaii, was accredited by our Stato
' Hoard or Education at Its mebtlug held
on the 3d Inst.
This action will enablo graduates
holding the highest grado diploma to
be accredited In California without ex
amination Yours truly,
THOMAS J. KHIK,
Superintendent Public Instruction.
As a consequenco of this action, llul
letln No. 82, sent out by the California
State Department of Education, In
cludoy Hawaii In the list of accredited
Normal Schools "as being of equal
" ran with tho State Normal 8chools of
Others In this list Include Arizona,
Canada. Colorado. Connecticut. Ml-
noli, Indiana, Iowa. Kansas. Maine,
llartachusett", Michigan, Minnesota.
Missouri, Nebraska, Now Hampshire,
Now Jersey. New York. North Caro
lina. Oklahoma. Pennsylvania. Rhode
Island. South Dakota. Utah. Washing
. ton. D. C, Washington State, Wlscon-
"Next to New York State, which has
recently made more strict rules, Call
fornla Is one of tho most careful
States In the Union In admitting teach
ers to an equality with the graduates
of Its Normal Schools," said Principal
Wood today In .speaking of the matter.
'.'They have beep looking us up for
Borne time ond It Is certainly very
gratlfjlng to bo admitted to an equality
with California. Ypu will note, of
oure, that this applies only to those
who haW taken the highest diploma of
tho school. Thus It Is an Incentive to
all tr'oae In the school to strho to go
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At 2 o'clock this afternoon tho nctuul
trial of Frank Johnson, the Walalua
murderer began. Attorney General Pet-
ers made the prosecution's opening
statement. After making somo general I
Itnroductory remarks Peters described
tliA Wlmrtnn hnmn nnil fnmllv In 11?
simple nnd pathetic way. then he dwelt
on the facts of the case, read the con-
fcsslon made by Johnson, nnd finally ;
summarized the points which the pros
ecution expected to prove.
Pcteis said that the Jumy might have
the Idea that the trial would bo a long
one, and that, not only an Issue of fact
would be presented, but also the ques
tion as to whether or not the defendant I
was sane nt the time he committed thai
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till 111U IUBV UU1U 1IU UUUUl UU luufel
but whether It be so or not made no
(inference to Peters. He did not care
It he tired the Jury. In n case of thU
kind a prosecuting officer must keep
In mind his duty and lay aside all Idea
of trying to please tho Jury. He there
fore asked tho Jurors to bo patient,
The Territory would endeavor to
proe that Henry Wharton lived In
(Continued on Page 4.)
li IKJI .Willi
Thero will bo a ball tonight at the
Young Hotel, which will probably bo
the grandest social function of tho sea
son. The ball Is given In honor of Col.
Marlon P. MauB, Quartermaster Cap
tain Frank J. Morrow, tho officers and
ladles aboard tho transport Sheridan.
An Invitation Is also extended to the
ofileers of tho nrltlsh' cruisers Cam
brian nnd Flora. Visitors and society
people are cordially Invited. Tho Roy
al Hawaiian and 20th Regiment bands
will play between dances. Kaal's
quintet will play during the dinner and
Kent) Waterhouse Trust Co.. Ltd..
Stock and Bond brokers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4.
TEACHING IS CAUSING TO KNOW-THEREIN IS THE
HONOLULU. TKUBTTORTl OF HAWAII. TUKSDAY. MARCH 27 MIUIS
Kx-Represcntntlve Mahoo of Wala-
Inn, a prominent figure In tho Homol
Rule party, when Interviewed as to In
what he thought tho Home Rulers 'hat case has been passed on by thOiLccn Interested In the argument."
would do at the coming campaign,. Vnlted States Supreme Court, I. speak- Gear went on to say that he had
said that It Is useless for tho party to ling for mjsclf. shall hope that tho looked for the statute authorizing or
stand by Itself, but that It should fuse question will be reconsidered" allowlng the Chief Justlco to suggett
cither with the Democratic or tho Re-I With these words Justice Hartwell i legislation, which Wilder had referred
publican party. When asked as to this morning concluded his remarks an-1 to yesterday, hut ha had been unable
whether or no the party should dlslnic-lnounclng the decision of the Court on to find It All he could find was tli
grate, he Bald that sometimes ho had the question raised by Judge Gear ol statute ordering tho Chief Justice to
thought of proposing Btich a thing, but chief Justice Krear's dlsquaincatlon It file his report as tho head of the Judl
tlio reports from the other districts the Hlgashl case, because he had passes I clary Department to the Legislature,
showing that strong support Is given on the net of legislature lnoIed In the but that was nn entirely different prop
the party deterred him from doing It. 'case, as we'll as on the question of osltlnn fiom passing on proposed leg
Mr. Mahoo so fully realizes the Harwell's disqualification In the Not- Illation. Clear said that tho Judiciary
weakness of the Homo Rule party that ley ruse, owing to tho fact that ho had) should be Independent of tho leglsla
ho would not accent, said he. a nomlvlonce been an nltorney for one of thi tlvc and cxccutlvo departments. The
nation If It should stand by Itself.
When asked as to whether or no tho
Home Rulers would put up a randl
date for Congress, he said, "As far as
I am concerned! I propose- that tho
party support Kuhlo, should ho receive
tho nomination from the Republican
party. I am not nlono In this view, but
I am supported by others who are in'
fluentlal In tho party. 1 am told that
Mr. Iaukca will not run either on
Democratic-Homo Rule fusion ticket
If the Prince should be put up again J
ft. tn Tlnmtlilltn nm Tit ft fAollnw trint a
U lV IH.UUUIIVUHD. itu av-n
I am expressing seems to be the gen-'
eral tenor of thoso In our ranks.,
snoum me ucpuuncan party nominate
another man, cither Robertson, or any
one else, wo would not consider the
proposition of endorsing his nomina
tion Wo would then put up a candi
date of our own."
Mrs. II V. Wlchman died at 7 10
o'clock this morning, having been III
for somo tlmo. Tho funeral will occur
tomorrow afternoon nt 2 o'clock from
the Wlchman residence, Klnait and
Victoria streets. The .remains will bo
cremated and tho ashes Interred at
Oakland, California. Interment pri
Mrs, Wlchman was born In San
Francisco, May 3, 1SCC. She leaves her
husband and thrco children, Frederick,
aged H, Elolse, aged 9, and Stephanie,
nged 6. Mrs. Wlchman was prominent
ly Identified with Central Union church
work, and was very popular socially.
TlliT 1 THE
Al 7:30 this evening the enlarged
rink will bo opened. With Uih now
extension there Is now nearly twice
tho skating surface as before, and
with the hardwood flooring the pleas
urn of skating will bo much Increased.
Many other Improvements hao been
made. The largo grand stand anorns
a icw of tho entire rink. Seats free
Mornings, the rink Is roserved for
ladles from 10 to 12 nnd freo Instruc
tion Is provided. Mnny ladles aio
loarUng In view of tho coming ikallng
when your house or office
may be burglarized. A thief
can In a minute abstract
the treasures of years. By
renting a box in our safety
deposit vault you are spared
all uneasiness about the
safety of your valued posses
sions. The cost Is only
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BULLETIN ADS HUNT
If Similar Case Arises,
Notley Case Question
FREAR QUALIFIED IN HIGASHI MATTER
"Speaking of tho Notley will case. If
similar, question shall arise before
contesting parties. In both cases tho
Court held that the Justices were qual -
I tied to sit.
When the session of the Court opened
this morning Gear stated that tho nr -
gument had taken him much longer
Itlmc than he had anticipated
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Is; an Assured Fact
RAPID TRANSIT OFFERS IMPROVED SYSTEM
According to Acting Goernor Atl.ln- ouehfaro. Furthermore, tho company
son It Is certain that the public will really provides n better service than
havo the benefit of an Improved Herv- Is glvcnu In any place In the mainland.
Ice by the Rapid Transit Co. Either The earn and rails aro Infinitely bcttct
a new servlco giving IS minute cars j than thoso on tho mainland and tho
on tl.e I-Illha, Ilcrctanla and Walalao employees aro better paid and more
section will be Instituted, or If this .courteous than any whero else,
plan Is not carried through. It will bo ... . .. nronoiClI 1))an
only to adopt a still more beneficial' M I an JmZ f but nut
PThe matter of car eervlce was'??""" ' ,"1 .i.r'"?.
to Vklnson'H attention
to Aimnsonn iminiiuii
nrougni iu ;""""'" ."'""""",
hrough some petitions asking for IcU
of Public Works Holloway, Yesterday
afternoon the question was taken up
with tho RS9M Transit Co.'s oaten.
Walalae lino now runs 30 minute cars
tho Reretanla lino 20 minute, and th
Hlhn street line 10-nilnuto cars. Ily
adopting this sjstcra in waia.ao aer-
Nice would bo Jmproved BO per cent,
and that on Reretanla 25 per cent..
while the I-Illha service would
" " ...
"'y ""v' , -, j
"The Rapid Transit people produced
tetania iXln wVt u'now?'.
riot'lngproposUlon. It Is my opinion
that they only run It so as to Keep
other companies out of this main thor-
SrtJ'SM Twtho od ...y the Rapid Transit people .hem-1
rJ'..rVu. .:T7 "I ;i.r.i,om. rts, sure to go inrougn. uu'1 .
oiierui ii.i-nui.iu m....,.,.,-....;." .hnud dec do to ask for still iur-
sehes." said Atkinson today. jnu .,. . ,. uh,,, w hnw."
I deilre to announce to the public
that I havo moved from the Union
Barber 8hop to 928 Fort street, oppo
site the Hawaiian Trust Co., where I
will conduct a first-class barber shop
with all modern conveniences and ex.
A share of your patronage U re
SUCCESS OF THE BULLETIN ADS
"It has lasted a long time" answered
Hartwcll. "Though I personally hafl
legislative had no right to ask the Chief
i Justlco to pass on legislation.
I Gear also quoted a number of dccl-
slons bearing on the Notley matttr.
,That decision, ho said, was erroneous
and established a precedent against
(Continued on Page 5.)
'lhal ll ' Io,lnK Proposition, wo
. . ,,,,, , .,. i.,inn,i ,.v,.n
would probably not be Justified, oven
' a , J wh h clllon j
n not dlscuss'lng here, to force thorn
" uu FhlnRs In the future
X ua'fflc "..stlflei ,J ?'
to do even better.
Still. I hopo for
as tho lu-
r,jeVo accept li. It will be put
"., effect very soon. All that re-
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rnniitri iu iu uuud in w it n";
f Rome new ,wltcne, w)lch
an h rcccn aceiJ Bt
' , ,hat t wln
l0ny "ake ,hree weeks to Inaugurate
the new system."
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' Smallest of .11-th. armies In Europe
U that of the pr.nc pa ty of onaco
consisi. m u..., . -
and SOjlrcmcn J
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WASHINGTON, D. C, March 27. The House Committee on Naval Af
fairs hat reported favoring the appropriation of a total of $99,750,000. for
naval equipment. Thl Includes money for one battleship, several destroy
ers and submarines, a drydock for Dremerton on the Pacific Coast, and a
floating dock for the Atlantic.
Woman Is Charged
8TOCKTON, Cal., March 27. -Mrs. Ledout has been Jailed for the mur.
der of McVlcar, whose body was yesterday found In a trunk. Her story of en
accomplice Is not believed.
NEWPORT, R. I., March 27 Fire destroyed the piers pf the Fall River
line today. The splendid steamer Plymouth was burned and four other
steamers damaged. Tho loss will amount to a million dollars and one life
JAPANESE TARIFF PA33ED.
TOKIO, Japan, March 27. The Diet has passed the tariff measure.
MILLION FAMINE SUFFERERS. "
TOKIO, Japan, March 27. A million people are reported to be suffering
from the famine.
8A NFRANCI8CO, Cat., March 26. SUGAR! 88 analysis Beets, 8s 5 1-d.
Parity, 3.76 cents. Previous quotation
4- (Special by Wireless.) 4-
T Walluku. Maul, March 27 M 4-4-
U Decker died Sunday forenoon of 4
A- l.nnt-t fnllnri tin unn Ct2 earS 4-
4- of age. The burial took place thu t
4- same afternoon, the interment be- f
4- Ing at the Walluku cemetery. f
. Thnmna iTiiimnincB ncni itz
4- years, died at Walkapu Bunday 4-
4- afternoon Irom ncan uncase 101-
A. Inwln- InliAta Th. funnrnt unit
4- held Monday afternoon and was 4-4-
one of tho most largely attended 4
r ever held In the district. Thero 4
4- wcro forty carriages In the pro- 4-4-
4- (Special by Wireless.)
4- Nawlllwlll, Kaaal. March 20.
4- The Jury In the Knncalll case re
4 turned a verdict Saturday of nc-4-
qulttal Knncalll was a canddate
4- for Supervisor In the last County
4- election and was charged wltb
4- having forged names to the poll-4-
Hon for nomination.
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The body of a man was picked up
from the waters of the harbor early
this morning nnd later Identified as
that of Ordinary Seaman Samuel Nelll
on the U. 8. battleship Oregon.
Tho body had been In tho water sev
eral days nnd bore no marks of vio
lence, except such as wero undoubted
ly caused after death, probably by tho
bumping of tho corpse against the piles
of the old Klnau wharf, near which It
was discovered by E. U. Frlel.
Dr. J, T. Macdonald made an exam
ination of tho remains and declared
.(Anil. .Inn tn rtrnwnltlF. ThlTA Were ll(
Mgna of death having occurred in any
The surgeon nt the Naval Statlou
Identified tho remains, the body was
that of the only straggler from the
Oregon, James Mem, wno nuu ueeu
missing slnco Friday last.
Nelll came from Helena, Montana,
lie enlisted In 1902 and was 23 eara
A white sailor sub; covered the body
when It was found On tho Inside ur
tho blouse appeared the sailor's name.
Tho Inquest will be held at 7:30
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