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13th, 1906, of the Dally ami Weekly
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Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Satuiday, Apr. 7 2430
Monday, Apr. 9 2176
Tuesday, Apr. 10 2178
Wednesday, Apr. 11 2169
Thursday, Apr. 12 220C
Friday, Apr. 13 2184
Average dally circulation 2222
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1906 23,0
Number of Weektle delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone 1063
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Nulnry Piinlle. Firm Jmllclal Circuit.
TUESD.W U'ltIL 17, PJUU.'
Kckanuha discuses tho situation
much us une ml; lit expect him to do.
That there are Smiths and Smith
brings to notice the fact that there are
Mormons ami Mormons.
Secrctnr) 'l.ift will again be calM
upon to explain what degree of usiclf
Irntlon I lie ladtoucs of Malulos icprc
Lenders of tho Missouri lynching
liioli will bo arrested, but MisHouri will
nut surprise tho world by bringing any
of them to Justice.
You'll nol lie that these people with
Divine revelations regarding the proper
people fur high places aiwii)s succeed
lit keeping It In tho family.
Assiiranic given Sccictury Ituot re
garding what may happen to tho Jew
might carry more weight If It came
Iruui auy other tourcc than the Czar.
Extension by the House of the time
when coastwise shipping laws will el
icit the 1'hlllptmics Is no criterion that
ccn this small Iaor to Mr. Tuft
padded Islands will be granted by tliu
Alleged cruel treatment of prisoner
Ht tho police station Ik causing great
moral dlstjess In a small section of tho
rumniunlt) th.it thought It was all
right for a Purtu lllcan to be strung up
by the thumbs In the llllo Jail when u
iclntlvu was Sheriff.
When Drown culls the bluff his pei
tonal critics icspoud that the card
are stacked with ollt'iH. All of which
goes to conllrm the public impression
that the weapons of the critics aiu load
ed to tho muzzle with Htluk puis of
personal spite and malice.
Since more than one hundred thou
sand Immigrants u mouth aie ariivlu
In New York, it ought to bo possible
lo ohtalu I ho (ruction Hawaii icipilre
from European centers. The crying
necessity of the coal operators Is no
greater than developing Americanism
Another chaiico for the Trusts lo re
mind certain Senators of their duly
will ho found in the bill repealing th
tax on deualuilzcd ulcohol passed b)
the House. This bill would save Ha
waii alone thoiwands of dollars a jen:
now expended for fuel. 11 will save
I lie couiitiy millions, hence tho Ilkell'
hood of tho frusta to command a
So the big corporations of the main
land are using Hawaii us u stepping
Monc fur the Importation of JiipunctM
and nil the while placing the blamo oil
this llllle Territory for Orleutallzliu
the eountiy. Some uf tho mainland
riunday school teachers high in the con
lidrnci! of Frenzied I'iuanco should ex
plain under what system of public mor
ula nil this Hue woik Is done.
HAWAII'S EXCELLENT INVEST
MENT Tho publication of the lliislncss Del
egates' expense account ugalu calls ul
trutlun to the excellence of tho Invest
ment made by this cunimiiully. We
believe it Impossible to Impress Dili
fact too deeply on the minds uf the cit
izens of Hawaii.
The oxpenso (if bending representa
tives from each of tho principal Is
lands was less than 13000. When In"
this amount of money been expended
tn better advantage? Our people have
poured money Into nil kinds of enter
prises that offered great leturns, some
of whlrh returned as promised mid
many rauie home to roose.
Never has a dollar been put out will)
mrh excellent result! for the com
munity. Individually unit tho citizens.
rccrally as the money contributed to
wards laj lug Hawaii's cause more furo
Idly before the I'lilled Stales Congress,
The business men uf this city could
well ntford to provide 15004. or inori,
each year for Just such work us Ibis,
II does Hawaii good by making Its peo
ple accustomed to working together for
ierriiorl.il and .National development.
It does the United States Congressmen
good by opening up greater variety
of sources of Information nil ccntcrliiK
in u most commendable purpose.
I he Bulletin hopes that tho llrst e
pirleiire with the Jliialucss Delegation
Miit to Washington will be the glial,
anlce of larger ones to follow, i'or
there is always work to be done fur
l lie Tcirltory determined lo go ahead
nml deiirmineil to obtain the recogni
tion which Is Its due.
THE KOREAN TORTURE ApD THE
llrv. Mr. Wadmaii, seeking a defense)
for the Koreans who tortured n fellow
eiiunlryman to death, might turn to
sonic uf the literature of the Vivisec
tion Kelorm Society, which gives no
(ounts of deeds done by scientists In
I heir experiments. The Koi cans ap
pear to hae done their torturing on
an erring son to bring about n moral
irfoim ncioiillng lo their Ideas. Tho
ilvlsccilou rclnrmcrs claim that tlin
biicnllsls ure devoid of moral Instincts
and practice their arts on the Inno
cent. While not reassuring Mr. Wndmnu
Hint this line of pleading will be cited.
Ivc In this day nml generation, It M
nevertheless Instructive to note what
the scientists do. uceoidiug to the doe
larnllons of Hi.- reformers. The sccio
Inry of the society tins written n paper
In which he quotes n story of child
poisoning taken from Dr. Itlnger's
Handbook of Therapeutics, as follows:
"In conjunction with Mr. Ilury. I
have made some Investigations con
cerning the action of snllclne on tlm
human body, using healthy children
for our experiments, to whom we gavf
doses siilllclenl to produce toxic poi
sonous symptoms. We tested Iho ef
fects of snllclne In three sets of exper
iments, on three healthy lads. To the
wo first, w- gave largo doses and pro
duced decided symptoms."
The nccouut then goes on lo tell In
detail what theso children did when
poboned". as the reformer puts It,
but not quite to dentil.
Another Instance Is quoted of "de
liberate child-poisoning" ntid tnken
from n paper read by Dr. Stickler he
lore the New York Academy of Medi
cine. A boy wns llrst Inoculated with
the virus of foot nml mouth illscasn
ttti ailment very fntnl to animals. The
child, lived! It wns then tnken to tho
home of n child III of scnrlet fever
and made to Inhnlo the breath of tho
As If this were not crentlng enough
oxnuisltc pain, the vivisection reform-
er then tells the story of how tho sur
geons o fine tiood Samaritan hospltil
experimented on the brain of .Mary
ltalferty. A portion follows:
' 'The needle wns now withdrawn
from the left lobe nml passed In the
same way Into tho I brain I siihstnnro
of the right. . . . When the needle on
tered the hrnlu-siihstiincc, she com
plained of neutc pain In the neck. In
order lo develop more derided roac
tlons, the strength of Hip current wins
Increased by drawing out the wooden
cylinder one 'mil. When communica
tion wns made wllh the needles, her
countenance exhibited grent distress,
and she began to cry. Very soon Iho
left hand wns extended ns If In the net
of taking hold of somo object In friml
.if her: tho nrm presently wns ngltnt
ed with clonic spasms; her eyes be
rani" fixed, wllh pupils widely dilated;
lips were blue, and she frothed nt tho
mouth; her breathing became stertor
ous; she lost consciousness, nml wns
violently convulsed on tho left side.
The convulsion lasted flvo minutes,
and was succeeded by enma, She re
turned to consciousness In twenty
minutes from tho beginning of the at
tack.' What had hnppcned? Simply
this: tho distinguished scientist hnd
mused In n human being precisely tho
fame 'violent epileptiform convulsions'
which 1'rllsch iind llltzlg nml I'errler
hnd produced In tho lower animals, and
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tion. Dr. I'errler himself, In some ob
servations upon these human vivisec
tions, referred to Iho 'epileptiform con
vulsions' ns n complete parallel lo his
own lesults upon lower animals."
Ccrtnlnl) n first-class vivisection ro
lorm enthusiast could mak'- nn nrgu
nient to prove that Koreans bestowing
punishment Hint resulted In death were
but lollowlng some modern theories,
llinitrh dcildcdly unfinished In their
Seven men were nrrested this morn
ing upon warrants from the Pollco Do
pnriment today for having conducted
n game of ernps yesterday on the site
of lie old Knumnknplll Church. As
slstnnt Sherllf Henry Vldn caused the
warrants to be Issued. The nrrest'-d
me i will probably have n hearing to
Other nrrests on the sntno charge
are cxpictcd to be made later. Those
brought In by the pollen Ibis morning
are: Keknpn, Tiirun, Nnknmnrn, Kn
wnlnnl. .loo Han, Pn nml Knpne. II.
M. Ayres. iiewspnpermnii, nml John
llnp.i will be required to testify
ngnlt.st the alleged gamblers. It Is
chimed Hint these men nml others
hnve been carrying on secret games nt
that place for some time.
"Wo arc going lo do everything In
our power to put down gambling," snld
Mr. Vlda this morning. "We want nny
body who knows nil) thing about tho
existence of nny game to Inform us,
Hint we may enforce the law."
WIOE of moo
Owing to the fact Hint nil the bids
received for ho construction of tho
new Ilito High School were found In
be loo high, the school Is lo be built
of wood Instead of stone, ns wns orig
Sup.'rlntcudcitt of Public Instruction
itnhlilt stated this forenoon that the
Deportment Intended to keep within
the $2u.nno appropriation for tho
school. Of this JS70.GO hnd nlrcady
been spent for removing the old llllo
Itlvcrsldo School building. Tho arch
itect In charge of the mutter hnd been
Instructed to make specifications for
Hip same plnn, ns wns adopted orlgl
nnlly, In wood, which construction will
An ntnrm nf flr. wnw ttimr-il In fi-ntu
Box fi" about 10 o'clock this niornlnU
nml the department quickly responded
lo find that a small, old, frame house
olf Alnpal street, above the lleretnul.l
street pumping station, wns harboring
a blaze started by chlldicn playing
with mal dies. The flames were soon
Ttlf IllillMn Is fiu-lip.1 In- Jnsn Tin Mpt
nml occupied by llosnlla (iomes. There
was no insurance, i lie damage amount
ed to about $200.
Assistant Chief Decrlng was In
D.iii Vlila llilo morning pleaded guil
ty before Judge Do Holt on tho charge
of assault and batlcry on I'nuil; Km
gcr, n case which aroused considerable
attention, Mo was lined )JS uml costs.
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UUU, 1IUUM3.. ,
People and Things
Ttf-ff t tf
I have lived my life, and I face the
Hut that other life I might have led.
Where lay tho load, ami who was lis
And what wns the goal when the
years were tied?
Where lay tho road? Did I ml si; tho
tu I n?
The friend unknown? Our greetings
And the goal unsought? Khali I never
What was that life I might have led?
As (he spring's last look, for one dear
From skies autumnal on earth may
So lures mo that other life but. liny I
I have lived my Hie, and I face Iho
Htlllli M. Thomas in Hninrl Set.
"The Medical Features of the l'npyrus
Kbcrs." Ily Cnrl II. von Klein,
M. I), llcprltit Journal American
.Medlcnl Association. Dec. "3,
Tho author lias our thanks for his
very Interesting nnd valuable literary
as well as medical contribution. Ho
".My. solo purposo In translating the
"Papyrus Kbcrs" Into the Kngllsh Inn.
gunge Is Identical with that or tho II
lustilous Kbcrs himself, namely, tn
bring out the origin nnd to cultlvnta
the prehistoric knowledge of medicine,
nnd to show Hint thero existed In an
cient Kgypt nearly 7,000 years ago a
civilization In which medlcnl knowl
edge wns In a high slate of cultivation
and In which tho foundation of our
present system of medicine wns es
tablished. ... It was with great lies.
Itniuy Hint I entered on this very dif
ficult task, by renson of real distrust
of my own ability. . . I hnvo been
grenlly encoiirnged by medical men In
vnrleus parts of Iho world tn whom I
hnvu communicated my Intention. , .
I venture to offer thjs work . . . util
izing tho labors o'f Kbcrs, Stern,
llrugsch. Chnsbas, Diimchen, llcmnnn,
Luring, Lclhlcln, von Oefcle . . . mid
ninny oilier renowned Kgyptologlsts.'
This work will he wntrhed for with
great Interest by nil lovers of lltcrnry
"La Neurasthenic, Mal Social," by Dr.
Angclvln. l'nper. 11G pp. Kdo
nnrd Comely ot tile, Paris, France.
I'rlco 2 frnncs.
Under tho general tlllo of "Studies
of Medical Soelolog," Dr. Angclvln
takes up tho subject) of neurasthenia,
which lias been called by some tho
American Disease. The treatment
outlined hero Is scientific nnd appeals
lo physlelnns particularly. Tho rela
tion of the disease to suicide Is sug
gested by n list of tragedies culled pre
sumably from the dally press, Tho
note left by one of theso victims voices
tho cry of them nil:
"I hnvo loved. I hnvo suffered. I
nm not yet 20 years old and already I
am tired of living. This Is why with
out regret nnd without fenr I hid fare
well lo u world that has always been
cruel to me."
"IKnselgnement ct la Politique." Par
(lustnvc U-inson. Paper Kdouard
Comely et Cle, 101 Iluo do Vnugl
hard, 101 Paris., France. -10 cen
Tho contents of this suggestive bro
chure appeared llrst ns n scries of pa
pers In "riliinianltc,'' a Freuch period.
I en I.
They are thoughtful nnd expressed
with force. Ami they nro the words
of a man who stands at the head of
his profession. Ho ''says In his prof
nco: "I would not hnvo tho reader
conclude frnm theso reflections Hint
liberty nnd democracy have como to
us too soon; Itcforcijwi) were rlpo for
Iheiii. Wo nro ncverjrlpo for either lib
erty or democracy o long as wo do
not possess them." I
A contributed article on the Indus,
trial development of North and South
Carolina In National Finance" for Jan
miry is guod renting. Thero Is a ruth
er lunger "Hawaiian Market Letter
than usual. Monudnock llluck, Chlcu
ro, J1.00 a year.
"La Rupture uvec lo Vatican." Ily
Fernnnd Duhlcf. Paper, 117 pp.
Kdouard Corncly ct Clo, Pari
Franco. 1 frnne.
A fair account of how the Republic
was obliged to fall out with tho Church
Among Interesting chapters arc:
Tho Church and tho Republic.
Tho "Nobis Nomluavlt."
Tho llecnll of tho Ambassador.
Tho Ilishops of DIJon and l,aval.
Thero Is un appendix containing
tuples uf diplomatic letters.
ltcpurt of tho Eleventh Annual Meet
ing of tho Mohonk I.nko Confer
ence on International Arbitration,
1U0S. Mohonk Lako Arbitration
Conference, Mohonk Lake, N. Y.
This report shows that some of tho
best men In our country havo time to
dovote to the good of others; that all
nro not grafters, or citizens without
nny Interest In anything that docs not
bring money Into their own pockets.
Messrs. Oeorgo Orny, Congressman
l.lttlofleld, Carroll I), Wright. Andrew
D. Whltp, I). C. Oilman and otherH roil. !
tiibuteil to tho work of tho conference.
niank books nf nil sorts, lodcem
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
llshlng Company. .
1NSJ K SI
Testimony In His
CASH WILL PROBABLY
00 10 JURY TOMORROW
WATT, HOLT AND CHANG KIM
ALL THINK THE DEFENDANT'S
MENTALITY WAS ALL
The Johnson murder case today
enmo considerably nearer Its close, and
tomorrow It may bo confidently expect
ed Hint tho matter will go to the Jury.
The prosecution had Us Innings on re
hiiltnl today, calling several witnesses,
who had known Johnson, nit of whom
tcsllflcd that ho appeared perfectly
sano (o them. Among them wcro sev
eral Who hnd observed Johnson during
his stny wllh the Kentwcll family nnd
their testimony went n long way to
wards refuting the evidence given by
Mrs. Kentwcll, who testified for tho do
(1. C. W'ntt. tho head lunn of Wain
lun, under whom Johnson worked for
some time, wns called by the prosecu
tion. After giving preliminary testl
moti) Wntt wns brought down to the
"Did you notice anything peculiar
about him?" asked Prosscr, who con
ducted the prosecution.
"No; Hip only thing might lie Hint he
wns the only white man In the gang,"
"From whnt you snw of blm, whnt
do you think of his mental condition?"
' It never struck me that there was
nnythlng wrong with him,"
On erosscxniiilnntlon Wntt staled
Hint he hnd never hnd any eonversn
tlon.i with Johnson, beyond Hint he
used to say, "flood morning, Johnson;
how are you getting on?" when ho
pnsscd htm, to which Johnson would
icply, "All right, sir."
John I), Holt wns the next witness.
Ho lnd known the defendant when ho
wns working for his sister, Mrs. Kent
well. "From whnt you saw of tho defend
ant, what do you think of tho defend'
nnt'.i mentnl capacity?" nsked Prosper.
"As fnr as I know lie wns nil right."
"Did you ever hear anybody else say
Hint ho was out of tho wny?"
"Only that my sister used to com
plain about his drinking."
"From whnt you saw of him what
opinion did you form regarding his
"He was all light."
Chnng Klin, u well-educated Chinese
business agent, wns called on the stand
nex.. He said ho knew the Wlmrtons
well, lie has often spent several days
nt I lime nt their home nt Wnlnluu,
nml had seen Johnson there. Ho had
also conversed with him.
"Fioin what conversations you had
with him, whnt Impression did you get
ns to Johnson's mental caliber?" asked
"Ho seemed to mo to bo all right.
Ho understood what I said, nnd I un
derstood what hu buhl," answered
"Did you notice nothing peculiar
about 111 in 7"
"No; be did not bcciii very smart,
"From what you snw of the defend
ant nml from Hie conversations you
had with him, whnt would you say of
tho man's mental condition:"
"I should say that his mind wns nil
Chnrles Fnlk wns nlso called. He
stated that he had sold the Kentwclls
the mare which Johnson used to drive.
Fnlk said Hint this inaro was n danger
ous niilmnl, which would shy on the
slightest occnslon. Ho was nfrnhl to
hnvu his wlfo drlvo her, and for this
reason bo had disposed of her. Imme
diately after tho sale ho had seen
Johnson drive the mare In a doublo
team together with n horse.
At n llttlo nflcr 11 n. in. Fnlk's testi
mony was concluded nnd n recess wns
taken until 2 p. m. This nrteruoiiii tho
prosecution's medlcnl exports In rebut.
Int. among whom Is Dr. Slnclnlr of tho
United Stnles Qiiiirniitliio Service, will
ho called. This will finish tho cuse.
with the exception of posslldo sur-re-buttnl
by Hip itcfpiise. It Is expected
that llnrrtson will attempt lo call Mrs.
Angrllno Mnssiunn. whom ho wanted
In call on direct, hut who wub out of
town at the time.
U. S. Weather Durcau,
Tninpernturcs 0 a. in., 72; 8 a. m.
70; 10 a. in., 78; noon, 80; inuinlti;j
Barometer, 8 a. in., .10.10; nhholul
humidity, S .i. in., C.GOO grains per
cubic foot; relatlvo humidity, 8 u. m
C8 per cent; (low point, 8 a. ni co.
Wind 0 n. m velocity 12. direction
i;.i 10 a. m., velocity 12. direction K.j
10 n, m., velocity IS, direction K.; noun,
velocity 10, direction N. K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a
Totul wind movement during 21
hours ended ut noon, 2S5 miles.
ALKX. MtU. AHHI.KY,
Portion Director. U. S. Weather Ilu
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Frederick .Smith, a blacksmith cm
ployed 111 (unslruilloii of lb" new Nuu
n ii u reservoir, committed uulcldv by
thootliiK niiusclf nt U o'clock last even
ing, In Hie room of thu loicmaii of the
w oiks. Tho motive for the rath deed
Is nol known.
Smith bad been talklni; about killing
himself while at work yesterday, but
his fellow laborers did nut tako Ins
talk tcilously. He tlulshud the day
labors and with tho others went tu the
I'Udo houses tcmpuiurlly cunstrucled
for the use uf thu men. Walking
throiiKli the mess room, bo entered the
room of the foreman, where a revolver
was haiiKlni; In a scuhh.ird. Tho mcu
in tho mess loom heard the shot, mm
liunyliiK to the forcmau'ti loom thcr
-ouiul Smith quite dead from the ef
fects of u bullet throiiKh his lie, ul.
Dr. J. T. McDonald was called to ex
amine thu body, nnd be i.lalcil thu
inoi iiIiik that '.here Is no (pieslluu thai
It was n case ot self-destruction.
"The bullet entered Iho rlKht sld
of tho head," said Dr. .vlcDunald, "a
nine In fiout and a little above tho
ear. It came out on the opposite sbb
In rfout of the ear. Death seems to
havo been almost lurlaiitaiiiuiis."
Tho yun used for thu deed is a 2a
caliber foil's revolver. It was loaded
nil iiinuiid, and when picked up after
Hio deed, tlicro was but iinu empty
shell. Smith has nn iikciI mother, who
keeps u lodKlng house near the Mills
Institute. He also lias u hi other In Ho
nolulu. AcconlliiK tn tho fads Knlhcrcd by
tho planters' representatives, If the law
Is heltiK violated, the vlulalois ere cor
porations on thu mainland, Inu-klng
tho labor nuclides.
In the Hawaiian Japaun Dally
Cliionlclo a IiIk nilvertlscnioni Is Mill,
under which appears Iho muni of Iho
Union Pnrllic Itnllrond Co, and the
iiamo of ono Nlsblmiira.
Nlshlmura's business card rends
"II. T. Nlahlmiira, Union I'nclllc It.
!l. .lapaneso Labor AKcnt. Sun I'ran
rlsco olllco. C21 Dounhoo building. Main
olllco. Choyenno, Wyomlnp."
1'rom the ovldenro hioiifiht nut at tho
Inquest, it is evident Hint Smith had a
habit of Joklnc nbnnt serious tiling,
nnd thus when ho Muted that he wan
KoliiR to choot himself, hut llttlo at
tention was paid lo him. There was
no ovldcnco that ho had had nny trou
nlo of u niituio that would cause him to
take his own life, and thero Is lensou
lo think that he hnd a temporary lit of
mental trouble, nt tho time ot the deed,
Tho Weekly Edition, of tho Evening
lltilletln elves n complete, summary of
tho news of tho day. For SI a year.
to Carriage nnd Wagon Repairing
on Queen street are prepared to
vehicles and guarantee that all
and carriages Is also undertaken by
Scliuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
J26 King St. Phone Main 58
Fresh clilpmcnt Just received.
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Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway 8tatlon and Trent & Co., or
rlnti up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returnlnn, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
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