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VOL. XIII No. 3315 , HONOTJ'T.r, TK1MUTORV OP " w )i FRIDAY MAKOH 30. lWOti '"
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Men Guarantee Freight
For New Steamship
SOME FEW ARE
Tlie sugar factors will giro their sup
port to the proposed now Honolulu
tan Francisco boat, to bo built by tbo
American Hawaiian Steamship Cora
pany, protldlng tlio Honolulu mer
chants back the scheme with freight
fiinrnntrna. Tlio mnr fnrlnrq 111
look attrr the up freight, sugar, If tlio but to,guarantoo her freight, whereas lhe Jurv be taken w a'n,,ua ,0 BCP th,
merchants guarantee tho downward 'lhe proposition of tho A.-H. S. S. Co. 8ccno of tho murder and Its surround
general irclght. This a large number Is that Honolulu tako shares In tho ,ng" T,le Court BBnln denied tno re
of local business men havo already proposed line. This dlffcrcus Is not lue'
PlcdRCd to do. A few ore holding out,
nfrald, It would seem, of straining re-
latlons with other steamship Inter-'
psls. It Is not lmposslblo, however, to
get along without the fow who aro
uoiuing out. I
Honolulu win nao a new steamer;
nf that there seems to be llttlo or no
The directors of the Honolulu Mer
chants' Association held an executho
xesslon jestcrday afternoon In regard
to this stinmihlp matter. Ilobcrt Cat
President Geo. W. Smith was wel
comed back from Washington. Then
was read a letter from President
Smith, written In tho Kast, addressed
to Secretary E. II. Paris of tho Mer
chants' Association here, enclosing a
tentatlo proposition of tho American
Hawaiian Steamship Company for the
building of a new boat. This letter
Mas filed. Mr. Smith, addressing tho
directors, made a statement of the
talk with Dearborn of tho A.-H. S. 9.1
Co.'s New York headquarters. I
Tho discussion of freight guarantees
voixio.i ..j ., .ti. ,,. ,.i .i..,
w..unu w.u .mw uiivviui. fuwu .iiui iiuura oi immigraiiuu b piuus .o b bton..
the Association's special steamship Portuguese agricultural families from -. ju 4 j. a
coraraltlec. consisting of Messrs. nil- the Azores?" This question Is being 1., I)0atinn to know m-lav dorlnrml
llngfaam. Gartley and Paris, consult asked generally around town by sugar Da? ?antcrs wero Sriw m
vlth the sugar factor. looking to a men. by men who thought likely th-yen XcCnt prouoS
guarantee of their support for up might bo chosen to accompany Iho1 ..n,0 enUr0 ttcrmild ho "is un
freight, which, as above noted. Is as- long-ago proposed mission to the t0 o0'VCrnor Au"uson 1 I. hl's m.e
.lowii-frelght and otherwise and by the usually in- ,Uat they will do all that they can w lth-
It was the unanimous sense of tho tcrcstcd casual obseners. 'out K0ng ou. 0 buslncM"
directors (hat theproposltlon of the Nearly two months hae passed slnco 1 .lhcre was t0 ha. bcc ' mectinij of
AMI 8 S Co was"a good one Secretary of the Territory A. U C. Ah,,r.?a?.SoTtodBy
The committee engaged In tho work l.lnson returned from Washington, bDd mmgration matters were on the
of Intcnlewlng the local business men called back home to be Cloernor while al0 for dlscuaston but the mcUtuk
for down-freight guarantees reported, Carter went away on sick leae, and Hfla deferred the e'xeuto given being
producing a list of names. Tho report Prior to Atkinson's return all the talk ,iat pressure' of other business Inter
was Aery encouraging, for the great was that the Azores mission would LxMferod.
majority of the Honolulu houses aro settled as toon as ho showed up. Then n,l .(.. r .i.n im..,n ,
nun) in uu 1111; iirstiuu 111111K uil -ll 'u uiw.uu iiu iuiu iiu iiiiiuiKiut.uii
" " .Hoard, as ItsYlmlrman, that the plant
ers wire, not offering big enough In-'ducements.
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In the Cltv K
m ine city
from which to make selections,
"Old Reliable Furniture House."
The Home of
I ANAKERS NEW yRK'
When you see this label on a suit you know It's good bet
ter, In fact, than the best tailor-made. Benjamin Clothes are
made correctly, the materials are the best
Our New Spring Styles
The Kash Co., Ltd.
Jury Says Gambling Is Hard To
SLOW TO MOVE
nvcriigo they pledge C6 2 3 per cent, of
thel.- down freight to tho proposed new
The merchants' committee hero has
been working on tho Idea of tho Amcr.
Irnn.iinwniinn Rtoam.hin rnmr..n.
nu-nlnc flm n l.nn Itnnnliili, havl,,
likely to Interfere with tho realization I
of tho scheme. It Is thought that local
capital will be ready to do Its sharo
and local business men will all tho
I. nor- readily support n steamship In
which they arc financially Interested,
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What has becomn of tna Territorial
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At one time It was said that the
planters were preparing some form of
statement as to their proposed plans
for Inducing the immigration, to
rreacnted to the Doard of Immigration
presumably a form-of statoment morS
tlon before the Hoard on February 31st
as to one or two acres of fee islmple
land being guaranteed each Immigrant
Ono Identified with sugar Interests
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd,.
Stock and Bond- brokers.
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ta.
Telephone Exchsnge No. 4.
SAYS HARRISON TO
At about 2:35 o'clock this afternoon
the examination of Mrs. Wharton was
concluded and she was allowed to leave
the stand. Duck Illn, a Chinaman cm
plojed by Henry Wharton, was thu
next witness At 9 o'clock on the day
of the murder he saw Johnson coming
back from makal. Ho went towards
tho mango tree where tho children
Peters asked tho witness to point out
tno Bl'ot on 'he big photographs, which
V10 I""osc:"1("- in'- offered In c- l-
'flee, when Harrison objected to the
pictures, as being merely secondary
OViacnce, nna repcaleU 1118 request lllttt
For the contcntcnce of business men
nnd down-town folks generally a rep
rctcntathc of tho tax office will bo at
the olflco of County Treasurer Trent,
on Kort street, tomorrow, to reecho
poll taxes. Tomorrow Is the last day
for payment without a penalty.
Tho corner stone of; Krcd Harrison's
new building, on the corner of Ilorc
tanla and Kort street, was laid yester
day. Secral Catholic priests were
present, among them being Kathcr Val
entin, who placed In tho cement a like
ness of St. Anthony, the patron saint
of many '
The Catholic Sisters will build their
now boarding school for girls on block
u lfniniuui ihH t...ni ...tit i. i
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Klllplnos lor cane-lleld laborers Is still
under conblderatlon and nothing Is be
ing shun out.
Whether the Gocrnor is doing any
thing In the matter of Portuguese Im
mlgMilon, through the Territorial
Hoard of Immigration Is difficult to
guoss. If he Is he Is working so qulel-
1 ly tnat olllcr membcra of the UoaT(i
know nolhng of it.
lhe High Official at Nolte's tills
morning borrowed tbo Reporter's pen
cil and figured 20 acres of cane land at
CO Ions, of cane to the acie, on tho basis
of eight pounds of sugar out of every
hundred pounds, to go to the man whJ
would take the land, raise the cane, sell
It to tho mill and tako his profits.
"You'd raako J3000 or JlOuO per year
for jourself," said tho High Official.
"Where do I get the land!" asked
"I'll see thnt tho Government gives
It to oti," said tbo High Official.
1 "Then why not give u. fow such
chancoa to Kuropean immigrants?" in
quired tho Reporter,
I "Not If we can make tho planters du
It first," said the High Official.
Know 1 he
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. Tho cost la only
FIVE DOLLARS per YEAR
Closed Che Fa Banks
Says Grand Jury
Police Must Bo Rest
WANTS COURT TO MAKE SECRECY RULE
Tho final report of tho strenuous
Qrand Jury for this term was Anally
nanucu in louay. Tiie mam portion
deals with the che-fa banks, the tenor
of tho ro,iort being thit while th
banks were running full blat when tho Jurj and dcsltcs to report to Your Hon
Gcnnd Jury look up the imttcr, the or. the Presiding Judge lit term, as fol
have now been closed, and It Is now lows
up to the proper authorities to be alert "Having linen dub sworn and
nnd keep them closed forour. This, ll charged by Ills Honor W J. Hoblnsou,
Is suggested, can bo done by constant Third Jiulgo of this Court, they duly
vigilance and lgorous ptwccutlon, as retired for the purpose of considering
well na by tho infliction of maximum cases duly coming before It That ,t
jiennltlcj. report or hills and no bills of Indict-
The Jury also says that the Supreme nient found accompanies this report.
Court could have helped It consllcr- hereto attached nnd mudo n pirl here
ably if It had, after the Anln decltlon, of Consideration of criminal inses
made a rule providing for tho admlnl .- barely took one day each week as U
tcrlng of the secrecy 01th to wltncsiM e-ldtnt by the number of criminal
The Grand Jury met this morning at -ises considered.
10 o'clock, and was busy preparing lis "IlelatUn to gambling In Honolulu,
report, until 11:45. when ll reported to within this Circuit, no hao t,ho follow
Judge Iloblnson. Tho report and eight Ing to report
Indictments were placed on the secret 'Gambling. Wo have mado an In
itio. Deputy Attorney General Fleming -.esllgallou Into alleged gambling being
Ihi n W . , hi t' t hob I M?1 Vi. '
to call, should this bo found necessary
until tomorrow at midnight, when the
- muiiey ni-u nnuwa mui iruiiuu iu
New fuel has-been added to tho.111 toll wl,h Jaeger ho met Suporvl
great affidavit battlo on tho motion "w J. I.ucas, a personal friend of utat
for a now .trial In tho cao of O. A.i " l,art
Drown s. Sprcclicls Dros. ut al., by a' "Kinney you know why jou lost
couplo of fresh affidavits by W. A, Kin-
noy and S. M. Dallou, attorneys for
defendant, filed to reply to tho nffidav-
Its of the twolve Jurors, filed by Ma
goon and I.lghtfoot, wncroln the Jur
ors stated that they had not been In '
flucnctil by Judgo Do Holt's remarks
uk published In Tho Ilulletln, It op
poors that somo or the Jurors told Kin
ney and Dallou a somewhat different
story, ono of thnm oen saying that
tho Court's remarks, as. published, de
stroyed tho defendant's chanco of get
ting a verdict.
Dallou In his roply affidavit stated
that on the day following tho verdict
In tho caio ho met II. P. Denson, ono
of the Jurors In tho enso, and said to
him. In, substanco; 1
"Don t you think that that publlca-
Inn nf lh Tilriirn'a rmrlU In lha
newspaper had a great deal of effect on
To which llcnson replied: "A thing
I desire to announce to the public
that I have 'moved from tho Union
Barber 8hop to 028 '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 Is re
term ernlres JuiIeo ltrtlilnnon then
discharged tho Jurors, thanking them,
In a few words, Tor their work.
The report leads as follows:
"Now tomes lhe nbovo named Grand
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run Is tho lottery known as "Che fa. j
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like that cannot help having somo In-
W A. Kinney shows In his alfldavlt
1 that a day or so after the verdict had
been rendered he met Jas. V.. Jaeger,
one or tho Jurors. Jaeger came to Kin
ney and said ho was sorry that tho do
foments did not get a verdict lu tho
"You "know bow It was," said Jae
ger." Wo stood six to six for a lonn
tlmo, but wo could not budgo the six
that were -otlng for C. A. Drown, Af
ter tho, Judgo's remarks, It was llko
going up against n stone wall; tho
o her sldo knew they had the court
with thorn, our efforts to convince
their or turn them had no effect what
ever" tha' case? I met ono of tho Jurors
last night, nnd ho told mo the Judku's
remcrkH killed tho defendant's case,
that tbcro was no show after that for
the defendants to win."
Kinney did not ask this Juror's name
nor did I.ucas volunteer to stato who
he was, but from tho fact that I.ucas
later on In the conversation asked him
If be had had any talk with Jaeger
about tho case, Kinney Inferred that
Jaeger was tho man In question, which
surmlso was confirmed by Jaeger's re
marks, Later on, Kinney again met Jaeger,
who asked him If bo wag around after
nnidalts from the Jurors. Kinney
said: "No; why, Is tho other sldoT '
Vi " answered Jaeacr. "Ther aro
ininir n trnt KfHriavliH from all tho
Ittrv- t rf Tim oil tfl ftlirn! I IU d I WOUld
not sign nfluhn Its for cither Bide."
Later on Jaeger did sign an affidavit
(Continued on Page 8.)
GO OUT MONDAY
(Aituclaled Pntt Special CatU)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 30, The anthracite coal miners have been
ordered to 00 out on Monday. This probably signalizes the beginning of the
greatest strike of coal-miners the United States has ever experienced.
(Aitoclaled l'rttt ."pedal Cable)
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, March 30 Premier De Wltte has resigned
his position on account of Ill-health.
Jerome Gets His Jury
NEW YORK, N. Y., March 30 The request of District Attorney Jerome
' for a special Grand Jury to Investigate llfe-liuurance frauds has been granted.
STOCKTON, Ca... March 30-Th.
ca,e ' MeVlears was made public today.
drugged wUh morphine and chloral, his
by suffocation followed. Mrs. Ledoux Is
had no accomotlce.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 30
as American Ambassador to Japan.
COURIERE8, France, March 30.
were rescued today after twenty days'
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 29
cents, or $70. a ton.
. DEET8 88 analysis, 8s 4 1-2d.
8s 3d. ,
Johnson Showed Anger
Towards Mrs. Wharton
Previous To Murder
DESCRIBES HABITS OF HER SON'S SLAYER
Poor little Mrs. Wharton, the moth-
rr of tho child murdered by Johnson,
Is still on tho witness stand. Sho was
thcro throughout the forenoon, being them candles and presents, but whe
I crosn examined by T. M. Harrison, rep ther he did that with his "good-will" or
resenting .mo aetcnuani, nnu on re-
direct by Deputy Attorney General
I Harrison on nis cross examination
dwelt principally on Johnson's habits
and his demeanor Just previous to tho
jday of tho murder, but Mrs. Wharton
I did not furnish him with much Infor-
1 matlon. Prosser brought out stiongly
ratU which tend to show that Johnson
nursed a grlovance ngalust Mrs.
Wharton for ocr n week previous id
tho fatal day.
Mrs. Wharton said, on examination!
is one of the first principles for the busr
Iness man's comfort. When he tries a
Heywood No, 204, Somerset bal. he will
experience that real satisfaction obtainable
in the good stout soles and durable uppers
of all our Heywoods
Price $4 50
Our method of fitting makes It
verdict of the. coroner's Inquest In the
It Is to the effect that MeVlcar was
body forced Into a trunk, and death
held resnonslble and It Is held she
Luke E. Wright was today sworn
Fourteen of the 200 entombed miners
96 degree Centrifugals, 3.50
Parity, 3.74 cents,
by Harrison, that Johnson up to tho
time of tho murder had been kind to
tho children. He sometimes gae
i,oi sua couiu noi mi. some lime ue.
loro Christmas ho brought 8lmeon
J somo candy.
Harrison said that ho did not want
to cross examine Mrs. Wharton regard
Ing tho condition In which Simeon's
garments wero found. It might not bo
necessary, as other witnesses might
testify to this phase or tho matter.
Still ho wanted leave to recall Mrs.
Wharton should this point not be cov
ered fully by tho other witnesses.
Prosser assured Harrison that thcro
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