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Captain Is Arrested
ACCOMMODATIONS NOT AS REQUIRED
Cap'aln Going of the Tojo Klsen Ka
lsha steamship America Maru was ar
rested by Marshal llondry thla morn
ing on a chargo of Importing 4SS Jap
nncso non-cabin pnisengcra, fort whom
1.1- Ai.ll .Hit n.it hitiA tlin nrrvttiitnn
datlon. required by la Going arr."
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nca red before United States Commls
sinner Mating during the forenoon. He
wahed examination and was commit
ted to the next term of court, which
opens April 9 Captain Going was ro-,
leased upon furnishing a bond In the
sum of $2 SiiO
Tho complaint, which Is entitled
United States vs. Philip doing, was
Hworn to by United States District At
torney TIreckona, It shows that on,
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iurrn i iju. tin- ui-iviiuumi. nuu to
master of the America Maru, took
from Yokohama 18S passengers other
than cabin passengers, and that these
were not separated from each otner
l.y partitions of any kind. w hlch Is con-1
trarv to the statute, tbo complaint
further goea on to show In separate
paragraphs that no tables wero pro
"tided for these non cabin passengers,
nor chairs on which they could sit at
their meals, whtch .omissions are also
contrary to (he statute.
Ilreckons said today that, If any more
boats rame her with steerage passen
ger i and lacking those accommoda
tions their masters would also be ar
tested on similar charges.
There has been a general agitation
on the Atlantic Coast regarding tho
methods of steamship companies in
handling immigrants This Is the flret
time it has teen taken up here.
llcpoit las It that the Republican
County Committee will appoint a sub -
committee to Inqulro Into tho alleged
minciay icnooi political meeungi
, under the autplces of Senator John
J Largest 8tock In the City
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Lane find N. Fernandez. In other
words there aro a few skirmisher who
are wondering what "Lano and Fer
r.andez aro doing and aro attempting
to take this means of finding out
whether oi not Lans and Fcrnandci
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mlttco might not approve. As a matter
of fact 1-inc and Fernandez are, Irro
spectleof "policy." according to what
aome deem policy, planning to counter
act the schemes of certain doubtful pnl
Itlclans In the next campaign. They
nvo preaching the gospel of "honest
rnrty" politics, with tho "best man'
amendment to the political contribu
tion In big tpc. This Is what their
friends say and their friends aro many.
IK Hulit ICE
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iieiw. n mo iirn mv uii
with It. The extension makes the
greatest oinercncc, loo, os one gets a
long run before turning. It Is much
more Interesting now for tho spectat
ors, as the fancy skaters take tho mid
dle stretch for their "stunts." Ihero
alnnjs seems to bo a few who cau
gyrate about apparently In an Impos
sible way. The number of ladlos now
skating hes Increased and every djy
adds new recruits. Some special at
tractions for lady skaters will bo an
nounced soon, alto some races for the
men. Iland concert this evening by
brats band of fifteen plrv.es.
1 D m Kcturn match at MakIM:
'Honolulu cricketers s cricket eleven
from Urltlsh men of war Cambrian
3 p. m Annual Field Day of IloyV
clubs at Boys' Field, 117 events.
3 p. in Whaleboat race between V
a retcuue cutter Mannlnjt and Urltlsh
rnilaAi Plnrn l.lnn fiTim rhnnnel
whnrf t0 lighthouse Is tho finish.
1 7:3() p macspel Mission, Fort
BtI0Ct opposite Club sttblcs
, g m -Salvation Army. Nuuanu
and King streets.
8 .o. m, Seamen's Institute, llctliel
and King streets. Supper
8 p. m. Honolulu engineer Associa
tion, "I'edro with Frills." Young hotel.
8 p. m Doxtng carnival at Orpheum
theater; Nelson vs. McFaddcn, 15
rounds; Kid Lanl vs. Kid Vlerra; Trcs
cott vs. Frenchlo; Red Dixon s Jack
Skating rink on Queen street open
all day and evening.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Henr Waterheuse Trust Co.. Ltd.
( Stock and Bond brokers.
Offices; Cor. Fort and Merchant Ota.
Tilephono Exchange No. 4.
TEL. MAIN 25.
The Ilulletln Itco arrived In the
f- Nebraskan and will bo set up in t
f the ton Hamm-Young garago
Monday After It Is ready for tho
road any of the first ten leaders
In the auto contest will bo entitled -t-
to n rldo In tho splendid machine
Jano Weight et al trustees, Annie
T K Parker, A W Carter, Am. Sugar
Co, Ud, J F. Drown. A. M. Urown,
Itobcit and Albert Horner, Itobcrt
IMntt n I n liAntirp nml fMlrv1f
Sugar Co, Ltd, todny tiled their brief I
on the demurrer In tho beef trust cavomously accepted by the old bondhold-'
through their nttorneys. Kinney, Mc-lera. I mono was mado tho now bond was
tlunahan, Cooper and Derby. A time UmK In which tho proposition ready to be handed over for the old
The "brief opens by stating that It could be accepted was made and that or, where the old bonds wero redeem
relics on the general grounds stated In time-limit has expired today. The bad cd, a check was ready for tho bond
the demurrers filed by Marx & llallou anc-j of tho bonds wero sold outright holder.
and In the lattcr's argument. The main I at 98, principally to the Dank of Ha- Old bonds were exchanged for new
point, which It Is desired to present wall, Castlo & Cooke, and tho S. C. Al-1 to tho amount or $830,600. this morn
to tho court, Is that the bill In Its prcs-.)cn estate. Ing nnd bonds redeemed amounted to
ent form is demurrable and must be
amended. After dwelling on various
phases of the matter and quoting ntim- This morning the old trust deed was. the annual stockholders' meeting ot
erous authorities tbe brief ends as fol-' rolcaved and tho new trust deed wa tho Oahu Sugar Company, 11. Hack
tows, i rlgncd and executed. I teld & Co agents, $750,000. ot bonds
we suumit tnai ino ijii rpauceu.io
Its lowest terms' amounts simply to
"1. That defendants, having com
bined In restraint of trade, have arbi
trarily ralsod, lowered, fixed and main
That defendants In pursuance or
an argreement by which they havo ob
tained a monopoly and hence controlled
tho market, havo withheld thotr cattlo
from sale In ordor to Increase prices.
which they lould Increase Just as well
without withholding their cattle.
"Thoso nre tho only acts which can
bo said to be definitely charged In tho
bill Tho second discloses Its absurd
ity on Its kce. tor equity will not en-
Join an act which makes no difference
In tho question of the incrcaso of prices I
What It will uo Is to enjoin specific
nets which do cause such an Increase,
but no such specific nets nro alleged In
this bill. Tho first act alleged Is far
too Indefinite to alone support a bill
tor an injunction nnd an injunction
granted In such terms would be too
tngue to be understood by 'an
Counsel has said that tbe bill ills-
closes a situation which shows the pos-1
slblllty of terrible things being done
by defendants. Hut the question Is.
What havo they done? We submit that am sundry Macfarlancs. It owes May tornnys must havo rospect tor tbo
tho bill should be amended to show & Co. ocr $1000, whtch Is tho only Court. When he said this ho dlsasso
this, oven It not dlsmlssod altogether." iarg0 creditor outside, of the Macfar- elated entirely tho Individual who wag
liners wero also nicu by castle &
Supervisor Jack Lucas, chairman of
tho Committee of tbe Hoard of Super
visors on Rpads, Parka and Ilrldgi,
has Informed some ot tho employes oi
the road department that they could
quit doing politics In working hours or
when your house or office
may be burglarized. A thief
can In a minute abstract
tho treasures of yeara. 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
FIVE DOLLAR8 per YEAR
OYER ONE MILLION
Tho old $1,000,000.
bonds has beon retk'-imod In full at
par, with accrued Interest to date. A
new Issue of Waialua bonds has been
znado for $1,500,000. The old bonds
wero 6 per cents.; the new bonds arai
5 pel -cents, and 10 20 year bonds. Tho
Hawaiian Trust company are trustees' show as assets otcr one million uot
lor the bondholders, lars In permanent Improvements, and
The entire now Issue nan been tnken tho permanent Impiovcment outlay Is
up ' I completed. Waialua Is In n splendid
The original bondholders were ghen condition generally."
the privilege of taking thtsc new, There was a busy scene In tho of.
bonds nt 98, after the redemption ot flees of th.llawallan Trust Company
the old bonds. (this morning between 9 and 10. 3d
This proposition was nlmost unanl- o'clock. j:tcr thins was ready for tho
The whole business has been practl
eallv closed ud.
Prcxldtnt J. 1L C-alLof tbtcIIawalUnfare redeemable on the 1st of Afirll.
De Bolt Reviews- Row
ASSIGNMENT DEED HAS DISAPPROVED
Tho open quarrel which occurred
between J. A. Magoon nnd M. F. 1'ros
scr before Judgo De Holt regarding tho
case of May & Co. vs. Walklkl Seasido
Hotel Co, was reopened this morning
at tho Instance ot Magoon. who want-
ni Prosaer censured. Magoon read to
tho Court tbo account of tho affair
which aDneared exclusive!) In The flu!-1
Ictln last Saturdai It quu
letln last Saturday It Quoted I'rosser -
nl follows! i
-j just want to explain the sttiia
,tlon." said Prosser. "Tho Walklkl Sea-
I ,i(i0 Hotel Co. was composed of divers
lanes, it awos Macfarlano & Co. IIP.-
000 and Geo. Macfarlano $9000. They havu no respect for the Judgo, but
want to defeat the Judgment of May &'t,hcv must havo for tho Court. Tho
Co. by tho assignment to Wundonbcrg, Judge had to concentrate his mind on
who Is a member of Macfarlano & Co , the matters at Issue and tho closer the
and by making May & Co. come In on
the percentage scheme."
Prosser answerod that be tnougnt
tho remarks wore Justified though ho
regretted that in the heat of the con
troversy ho had made thum In open
S I desire to announce to the public ie
Z5 that I have moved from tho Union frajc
SL Barbor Shop to 928 Fort atreet, oppo- !C
jo site tho Hawaiian Trust Co., where I fttsT
ssv will conduct a first class barber shop J
S with all modern conveniences and ex- fejf
f&! perlenced barbera. JE
; A share of your patronage la re. iK
jKI spectfully solicited. jf
Trust Co. .trustees for the bondbold
crs, stated this morning: "I nm In
formed that thcra has already been n
sale of tho new bonds at par. Any
that arc held (or sale are held for salo
"Whereas Waialua has Increased Its
bond Issue by half a million. It has to
exchange of tho bonds and ns each do-
$103,500., making tho oven million,
Pursuant to the resolution passed at
tour I. Aa far as Magoon was concern,
ed, he felt uo regret, but ho did as far
as his respect for tho Court was con
cerned Howoter, he would not re
tract. Judgo Do Dolt discussed thn nffalr
at Ungth. Ho had thought tho ro-
marl.s unbecoming at the tlmo. 'One
attoinoy would make such a statement
and another would answer In kind,
however, and this mado Interference
by tho Court difficult, lest It Bhould
seem to bo partial. There was only
one correct way to proceed. The at'
on tho bench. The attorneys might
attorneys held thcmseltes to these tho
Anotbor reprehensible feature, said
tho Judgo, wero tho sldo remarks often
madb by lawyers. Do Dolt felt that
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HALF A MILLION
' LEAVE JE MINES
(Attnclnteil Yc fprcfal Cable)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 31 Over half a million men will leave tho
anthracite coal mints thla evening and will not return until the employers ,
sign the wage acale demanded by the national convention of miners. )
(AnoclaUd l'rtu Special Cablt)
EAST ST. LOUI8, III., March 31. The Republic Steel Company hat ahut
down on account of conditions foreshadowed by the coal strike.
Mxorlatrd I'rttt Special Cab It I
LENS, France, March 31. Tho atrlke of workmen has been renewed
throughout the mining region. Henin Leltard, a striker, has beeen killed
and three gendarmes wounded In conflicts with tho strikers. Housea have
been aacked and windows broken by stones and missiles. There are 30,000
women out on atrike.
(Amotlntnt J'rr Special Cablt)
ALQECIRA8, Spain, March 31.
Moroccan reforma has reached an agreement.
At the reildtnco of the bride's pai Louise fJrcenfleld were bridesmaids,
cnts nt Honokaa nt 11 n in., March :tt llesldcs the family Miss Daruard ot
1900, Dr. John J. Ornce of Htlo wasLnupahoehoe, Mr. C. 11. Uragg. Mr.
married to Miss Vera Oreenfleld by tho Reginald Sursoy nnd Mr. J. C. Fltzgoo
Ilev Lludsloy Mr Sheffield draco Wiald wire present. Ilrcakfast was served
best roan ond Miss Oreenfleld nndMUaat 12 o'clock. Hawaii Herald.
He OughtTo Be Hung
GRAND JURY VICTIMS ARE ARRAIGNED
"I know I am guilty, and I think I
ought to bo hung. I was under tho In
fluence of liquor, and that Is wh) 1 did
It. That's all I havo to say."
I This remarkable statement was
made this forenoon beforo Judgo Hob-
llnson by ono Ulhuno Hoopai, n Hawai
ian, against whom tho Grand Jury yes
terday returned an Indictment charg
ing him with rape on an aged Portu-
gucan woman. He was arraigned at
9:30 a. m. Ho entered a plea of guilty
and had his sentence set for next
Vcdnesday. Later on, however. At-'
tormy Oeneral Peters decided that It
would be best to havo tho defendant
sentinecd Immediately, as ho might
otchiwixo havo a chance of escaping
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The committee of the conference on,
quertlon, which may now bo raised
because tho Johnson murder trial will
last bcon dtho da to on which tbo
April term should begin. Judgo Rob
inson accordingly set aside his prev
ious order and set tho time for son-Unci-
Illhunc, who Is a one-armed man, on
being questioned, admitted that ho bad
a rather unfortunato record. Ho had
been convicted onco of larceny In tho
first degreo and served two yeara In
Jail for that, and bad served another
two j ears' sentence for attempting to
rapo a girl on Maul. ,
Tho Court asked Hoopai If he had
an) thing to say, and It was then that
he mado his peculiar statoment that
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