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Published Kvery Day Hxecpt Sunday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II., liy llio
DULLCTIN PUBLISHINQ CO.. LTD.
f fWALLACE n. FARRINOTON., Editor
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Territory of Hawaii. )
. County pf Oahu. )
f C. (I. IKH'KUS, Iltntriejs Manager of
tlio llullctln Publishing Company. I.lm
f lid, being first duly sworn, on nath
" deposes nnd hh-m: Tlinl llio tallowing
Is a Imp nnd correct statement of cir
culation for (In- week ending April
, 13th, 1900, of the Dally unit Weekly
lMllhris of llio livening llulleiln:
t Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Apr. 7 2430
Monday, Apr. 3 zi7t
.i. Tuesday, Apr. 10 2178
X Thurtday, Apr. 12 2206
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Fj rnuar, Mpr. 14 tim
1,7 Average dally circulation 2222
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.ircuiauon i nccniv uuiicmii.
Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1906 2376
N'imber of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone 1063
Combined guaranteed average cir
OULI.KTIN PUIII.IHIIINtl COMPANY,
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. fore me till Hill day of
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THE SAN FRANCISCO DISASTER
It Is Impossible at thin lime to meas
ure the f.ro.11 catastrophe which Sun
rratirlmu Inn siifTerrd. Our Illlorill.'l-
f-'tlon Is comparatively brief tip to the
fttiircuciit moment but enough In known
' to show that It Is one of tlio greatest
- disasters of tin time, greater Indeed
than the Charleston earthquake anil
' palliiK to luslgiilllrumc the lueuioralili
. j'tiaii Krniiclscu catthciii.ikc-of e.irs ago.
fV. Dluistcr In no city of the world
could ionic home more keenly to Ho
nolulu than llio vvicck of Han Fran
cisco. It Is our home city so to speak.
Our n venues of mainland commerce an. I
business all center (hero ami a boo. I
portion of our population hate clllici
trlcnds or iclutlvcs In or around tlio
From nil Indications the Krcnte.il
nniount of damage has been done by
fire, the water mains for tiro scrvl'-';
having apparently been destroyed nnd
thus made It Impossible to check the
ll.imcs that followed In the wnkc of I lie
llrst leveling tremor. Coming, as the
shock did, In I lie early morning, the
loss of life in the business distilct Is
probably comparatively low, but there
Is Utile doubt that there must have
been many deaths in tlio burning of
tlio Piiluco mid tlraml hotels.
Apparently ihc flettructlou lias been
conllned almost exclusively to the bus
iness gcctltn of Han Francisco, but even
this Is kbioiiited In muie or lets doubi
The shock lame in the early morning.
It demoralized tlio land telegraph line.
io that no word could be obtained by
me outsldo world of what had hap
pened In Han KruuclMo nor could that
city learn whether llio cwitniualo hail
spread disaster through tlio ndjolnliig
cities and towns. Considering tlio hour
at which the oarlhitunko came with
Its panic and turmoil, Honolulu is for
tunalo to have obtained as full details
us It has.
Martial law having been dec tared nnd
tlio troops having been plated on pat
lul in tlio business bed Ion would hull
cnte that the people were able to re
spond promptly to tlio demands of the
rdlutitlou. This is the reassuring (cat
When llio immedlulo losses of life
nnd property lire reckoned these will
be but u fraction of the misfortune suf
fered by our sister city. Many years
will ho iccpilrcd to wipe from the pup
tilar mind the fear of another visita
tion and (uiihcipicut hesitation to cs-
tabllxh homes in the city. Further
inoiu thollhiiuclul distress which may
grip concirns unable to meet such a
great misfortune will lake long to re
cover fiom, notwithstanding the bus
Incsb men uf the city and of llio conn
try generally will do their utmost to
rally every resouice In tlio Interest of
Individual linns und the community
ns a whole.
Honolulu will experience an Incon
venience Unit will bo temporary at
best. Our linns have their ordets In
Han Francisco and It Is probable thai
their demands can bo met Immediate
ly, It necessary, however, these ord
ers can be lllled by either l.os Angeles,
I'ortlnml or Seuttlc arid Bpcciul steam
ers dliipatched, so that this Territory
will not suffer for waul of supplier,
though 11 may bo put to expensive In
convenient e for a period,
The deep sympathy which goes am
to distressed friends Is extended
by Hawaii to San Finnclsco in full
measure. Wo nie a lung way from the
scene of the disaster, but it Is ccitulu
that our people will icspnnd most
lieartlly If I hero be any means by which
assltluuco can ho icndcrcd.
Considerable Interesting testimony
was given In tin Johnson murder case
Ihix loienooii by llr Moore nnd l)r
Sinclair, the medical oxpir s on Insan
lly called by the prosecution III rebut
tnl ti relate the Insanity ibeory nd
valued by thu defenre Moth doctors
stand (heir views on the irlme ns de
scribed III Ihc hypothetical ipiesllon.
This were Important, as thev rnlnrld
ed In the minutest delnll with the pro
secution's 'hcurj. namely, that John
roa nlirmpted to commll an unnatural
crlric, I lint the lillil resisted, and that
he therefore killed It. and lurtlier ;hat
t.e oil up the child to conceal It. lull
I llaii d tin body in destroy Its Iden
lli. and Hint lie was sane during the
peifeininnce of the entire terrible
)i Moor", on ciosx examination by
Harrison, gave his tlieory or the ease
as staled above. Johnson, he said,
piobnbly attempted an unnatural
crime. The child cried, so he Killed
li Up had to get the body out of the
wav, and ns lie had only a small knife
wlt'i which to dig it grnve. he cut It up.
"lie was sane enough to reckon this
thing mil," concluded the doctor.
"Why did lie hang the hoy's troiii
ers i:p on a tree). If ho was sane?" ask
ed Harrison. "Would not that make
them much more conspicuous?"
"Hi might do that to keep them
clean." answered the doctor.
Dr. Moore's further evidence was of
stl'l greater Importance, ns It nullified
the evidence given by Dr. Wood to the
effect Hint It was not probable that an
unnatural cilme had been ntlempted.
as the condition of the remains was
undisturbed. Dr. Mooio said ihnt this
Indicated nothing. The crime might
hnvr been iillcmpied ami even com
mitted, nnd still the body would almost
Immediately nfterwnrds resume Its
normal condition. He did not accept
the conclusions which had been drawn
by Dl. Wood.
Dr Sinclair, the Inst witness to be
railed by the proiccullnn. nnd probab
ly the last witness In the rase, cpiall
fled as an expert. He bail had consld
crablc experience with Insnnlty cases.
both ahioad and here, especially nt tlio
l.cahi llouii), whero ho was the resi
dent physician, nnd whero menially
derieted cases were occasionally ro
"Alter reading tlio hypothetical
ipiesllon, what Is your opinion of the
condition of mind of -the subject on
Jan. .T? asked Prosscr.
"I should say Ihnt on that date hoj
was sane" answered nr. hineiair.
"What i caseins have you for thinking
lie vns sane, ns up pears fiom tlio hy
This ipiesllon was overruled.
Sinclair went on to testify that he
had been sent by tlio Attorney (iciicrnl
lo cinmlue .Johnson In the Oahu Jail,
lie lupl (unversed with hlni for over
nn hour on one occasion. From this
ho concluded, nftcr three visits, that
he was a man of low class, had rerelv
ed no education, and was therefore
placed on n low scale of intellectual
"He did not strlko inn as mentally
deflrient," said the doctor.
Johnson told Sinclair Hint ho had
worked on a plantation and later on
with the Kentwells. lie then went
back to the plantation.
Dr Sinclair had later nn visited
Johnson at Hie Jail, on March 8 and
Mnrch !. Ills physical condition was
good The doctor had attempted lo
discover If Johnson had knowledge of
the crime he had committed.
"I came to the conclusion," said I)T.
Sinclair, "that ho line knowledge of
the irlme. though he tried to evade
my ipiestlons. I risked him what
clothes the child hail on. IIo said ho
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Miss KstclloCampuoll, HO N. High
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"I went away two months, but did not seem
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"At tlio rcqacit of my relatives, with whom I was
visiting, I began to tiso l'eruns, and you cannot
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I was feeling so much better. Iiuldo of a month I
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Almost every liocly needs a tonic In tho
spring. (Something tobraco tho nerves,
lnvlgorato tho brain, and cloanao tho
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yolld all question.
Wo have on fllo thousands of letters
which testify to tho curative and pro
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nervous depression and run clown con
ditions of ' tho system. Wo quoto a
Mr. l-'rnnk Williams, ren.1 81th street,
New lorkUlly, rnernlier Klrst l'resby
terUn Church and Caplaln Capitol (lolf
Hiasl spring I suacn-d with malarls
For special directions every one
runa is for sale by all chemists and druQtjIsts at ono dollar per bottle or six
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman' and can wait the
ply, should addrei,Dr. S. B. Hartmathc retail drug trade in Honolulu.
Oenson, Smith & Co. will supply
did not know. Later on I nshed him
wlint kind of- n hut it wore, mid he
h.i Id n straw nut.
"TIiIh would show .hat ho tried to
(once.'it that lie had much knowledge
or the matter; while, on tho other
hand, when ho vvns asked n question,
which he did not see hud any direct
bearing on the matter, ho was ublu to
"What ((inclusion did ou form as
to his mental caliber?" risked l'rosscr.
"I believe ho Is a mail of u class J on
freip cully llnd mining sailors, men
who cannot rend and write nnd hnvu
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PRICES, S1.50 TO S7.50 EA.
Wc have Just received a limited as
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unfls..Jjshj... ., , f ., ..
Miss II, Ine
to tako up
and a run down condition which socmeU
very uilucult to overcome.
"I tried several different tonics but
did not seem to got muclf better until I
tiegan using l'oruna. My recovery was
slow, but I was Improving and 1 was
glad to continue using It.
"At tho end of two months my health
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I'cruna never faille lo prevent
spring catarrh or nervous prostra
tion, If taken In time, f
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
ti, Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
no Incentive to learn, ami couseqii.ntly
get tto n lilt. Ills services had always
been vulualile. When he without cdu
cation has been iibte to cam his own
II villi- I rllllll. Hint lliiliei llllv Ih 11
I long way out of the question."
"Doctor, do von think that tho sub
jeet nf the hyotlietleiil question .was
nine in roriii a criminal inivm ,uu .lan
tmry 37" ' '
"Do you think thai the subject would
be, on Jiinuiiry '.'. able ltd distinguish
between right nnd wiling In urr uct
which ho might be dolus?"
"Is there anything til Indicate that
tho subject of the question was iifflict
cd with rniinln?" asked l'russcr, but
nil objection to it by Harrison wan hud
tallied, "Fiom tho facts of tlio question arp
there nny symptoms of any known
form of Insanity?"
"There nre various symptoms scat
tered about, but no iMiuiogcnriius enso
is jnndo out of nny spefln) frimi. Tho
net bus the eaimnrkRSif Insanity: 1
think part of the ipiesyon supports n
strong suspicion that therA was an at
tempt of sodomy If such nn attempt
was innde, It Is piohahle Ihnt llio child
cried nnd ho s'ruck It. This wnu pro
hably when the child was killed, lie
vvns then coufionted by two prnpind
tlons: to lleo or to conceal the child.
lw5te.A.a. y -l3ffife .
Bulletin Press Equipment
Puts The News
Before The People Promptly
The early mornliiK news of tho tor
rlhlu tin u KiiiikIkco ciiilhciiiiku disas
ter save an opportunity fur The llul
lctln to brlriK Its piess mid machine
equipment for speed Into service. And
It mo ity none! nt every point.
The dispatch telllnir of the disaster
wus lecelved by tho editor of Thn llul
lctln nt his lioune about ti n. in. An
automobile wub Immediately called
and members of the mechanical forcci
vvero summnni d ci the olllcc.
Tho typescttlni; nun hi lies vvero nt
vvorA on the short Associated l'rcr-a
dispatch which told tho nlory In brief
Kbnrtly after 7 o'clock. Tlio forma of
thu previous day'u paper vveic on the
piejs and will) slight ehnngo worn
sent home for the extra run. A boy
warn sent out for the iiovvsboyB, nnd
cboiit 7:30 tho llullctln was on the
street live minute before nny other
pnpur In town.
Then the puf,s run bczan. The boys
'fatLi&timmi .frt.'-h hcau fMU jfl
ai'hii. is. iooc
is the Finest Tonic
Silvern, IS) W. t.TOth streot, New-
York City, (Iranil lteeordor Daughters of American
"Nino years of work, without a vacation, worn
out my nervous system, 1 lost my appetite and felt
weak and exhausted nearly all the time.
"Peruna restored me to perfect health In five
weeks. It Is the finest tonic for a weary woman
that I know of. I gladly endorse lt."B. Inez
l'oruna Is tlio mont prompt and permanent euro for
all cases of nervous prostration caused by systcnila
catarrh known to tlio medical profession.
Pc-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
Ono reason why l'oruna has found per
manent uso In so many homes Is that It
contains no nareollo of any kind, l'o
runa Is perfectly harmless. It can lio
used any Icngthof time wlthoutacqiilr
Ing n drug habit, l'oruna does not pro
duce temporary results, it Is permanent
in Its effect.
It has no bail effect upon tho system,
and gradually eliminates catarrh byre
moving tho causa of catarrh. There aro
a mullltudoof humefl wheru I'cruna hai
been used off and oil for twenty years.
Much a thing could not I hi Kislbl- If
I'eriiuaconlatneit any drugs of a nar
cotic nature. All correspondence hold
of which surrounds each bottle
bottles for five dollars.
necessary delay In receiving a re
He (.Id the hitter, cutting It up to con
ce.'il I In n hole. He wus undoubtedly
under gieat excitement. IIo mutilated
the l-iidy to prevent recognition. Draw
lug these deductions from the ques
Hon n motive Is shown. I thcieforo
believe Hint tho subject wns fiuno lit
the time of the commission of thu
crime, and Hint he was not buffering
from nny form of Insanity."
This concluded tho direct examina
tion, nnd Harrison, began his cross ex
amination. "Well, doctor, there Is nothing in
tho question which would Indicate
Hint Ihc subject wus not liibune, Is
there?" he nsked.
"Yes, thero Is; n great deal." bald
Harrison took up the Incident where
Johiiton thought he saw )iIh lost walch
In thu Wnlalua river nnd asked If this
would not be a symptom of delirium
"No," said thn doctor.
"Well, Is It mil usual for delirium
tremens pnnttents to seo Imaginary
"Not wiitclius." said Sinclair.
He went on tn ray that tho tlilnga
seen by such patients were horrifying
objects, ninl furthermore their delu
sions were lived and they could not bo
persuaded tnlil thev were Imaginary,
iih wns. the case with Johnson. Fur
thermore It was shown that Johnson
, took the papers as fast ns they ennui
off the piess 100 n inlnulo. And they
hold ns rapidly. Tho beauty of It Is
that ipili k bcrycy o to thu newsboys
meant speedy service for thn people
I who wanted to ct tliO ncwa all over
I l'coplo aniline down town on tho
early inrs wero npprlsed of tho nnvvs
by lively newsboys selling (Jin extra
llullctln. At 11 o'clock this forenoon
Tho llulleiln boys hnd sold neatly four
tliciiiMinil extra llulletlns. These worn
complelo papers, and whllo they fur
nished Hie people wl'h tho news theso
papers also snvo every ndvortlslriR pa
tron or tho paper his full slmro of thu
viiluo or tho extra edition.
The expel lence of The HiiuVtln with
the first Bieit event tallow Ins; tho In
stnlla Ion or flist-clnss machlneiy is
that It Is a Hood tlrliiR tar tho public
for tho Icndln newspaper of tluwlty
to bo up-todutc.
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The building of watjons, drays and carrlanes is also undertaken by
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goods and cave you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
siili.icipicntly ate his brcnUimt. Delir
ium tremens pnlleiUs did tint cat.
Al 1- II I ICIC'I IIIO USII.II irnpu nun,
taken. tjlncl.ilr'ii eiiiSK-exninlimtlon I
will be continued this nflcrnoon nnd
the entire cite should lie completed ,
today, ns tho prosecution will call nn
nun o witnesses, nnd Harrison snyn
time ho does not think he will call any
, The Territorial tlinnd Jury Btnrted
On actual work for Hie llrsl time this
inoriilriK under llio dlieetlon ol Deputy
AHcirney (lenernl KlerulniT. Tin- Kn
liiiku Japanese murder mid nn attempt
to commll rnpo ense wero IiivosHbiiI
ed. Witnesses lunl rilsn been summon
ed to testify In thu embezzlement enso
nt Mnli.'i nnd 1'o.it, mid tho uiso of Yeo
Man Yiiiik. the Korean, who shot n fol
low cciunlryniiui on Judit street. This
Is the nffnlr which tar n loriK tliuu-wns
Bhnmdcil In m)slery, but wns later on
discovered In be tho result or Jealousy
on tho part of tho defendant to anoth
Homo peoplo think that tho right
sld of n saloon Is tho outside,
Whllo tho holler Is hrUKglui; what
lie ran do tho bmlnrsi man has done It.
Notice Is hcieby fclven that permits
for burning brush durlni; the period
of rpeelal llio danger, running six
moiilliH from Mnrch 7th,' 19'H'i, on tho
laud of Wahlawn, District or Wiiliilun,
niiMt now bo oblalned from Mr. llyrou
O. Chilli, liibtcad of Mr. A. M. Novvell.
Acting nuperiuteiident or I'oieslry
nml Ciller Klio Wnuleri.
Honolulu, T. II., April 10, l'JUij,
OITICK DKI'OT fJUAHTilHMASTElt.
I' H. A.. Ilouolirlii. II. T-, April l'i,
IHUU. Scaled proposals In duplicate,
for emptying und denning dry earth
closrls nt (Jump McKlntey, II. T., dur
ing the llernl ycir ending Juno 'M, 1UU7,
will bo received here until 11 u, in.
Apill SO, 1'JOIJ, and their opened. In
formation, letter of liistiiictlcjns anil
hlnnk proposals can bo obtained from
tho iinilcrslRiiol. c. V. Iliimphrcy, Jr.,
Onpt & (J. M., U. S. A.. Dei ol (Juarler
master. 03C0-Apr. 17, 18. lU, L'O, 27, 28,
OI'TICK DKI'OT (1:AIITUUMAST1SH.
i;. B. A.. IIoiiolulu, II. T April lu,
11106. .Scaled pinjioials In dupllcute,
tar itovedoilns L'. S. Army Transporlii
during the llscil year (tiding June zu,
1007 (coaling nnd discharging coil)
will be received hero in. til 11 a. m
April .10. 1500, and thon opened. In
formation, letter of Instructions nnd
blank timposals enn be uhinlned from
the undersigned. C. !". llmnphrey. Jr.,
Crpt. &. Q. M U. 8. A Depot Quur
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to Carriage nnd Wagon Repairing,
on Queen street nre prepared to
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On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
returning arrlveo In Honolulu at 10:10
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