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Vol.. XV III No. 3382
HONOLULU. TKUKTTOKT OF HAWAII THURSDAY. A1MUL III. IBM
PniOB 5 Oi:nts
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TEAMER TADLK. jj
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
DISPLACE CO. D. OF H1L0 IN FIRST PLACE
The silence (i( Hic c-ililo ctoca not pre- ictnaln alongside Ills friend Judge. Ko
Mill (lie ilculy Incrcatn uf olcs fur polkul, who doesn't do iimcli grnnd
thenuto. They kept coming in Just Hid hlnud work lint whoso friends deposit
inmo with the intuit Hint the Ht. Ixxils ti goodly iiumhci of votes to his account
College Alumni ntc at the head of thil nvcry week.
list with ncr fifty thousand additional Down the list from the leaders tho
Lullotg lo their ircdlt. situation remains very much the samr
The changes nre not numerous but relatively. I'lirscr l-'rlcl of li Mniinn
they ate notable. Ht. Louis hoys lia Loa hns displaced Jack McVeigh but
Mruck it pace and seem to he deter the margin of leadership In this In
tuiiiM to keep It up. They liavn (.hanged iitunco Is n small number of voles. All
places with the l'n. I) hoys of llllo. the principal participants have added
though Hip margin of le-idcrslilp Is not materially to their Elnudlnn. Kauai,
u largo one. Maul nml all the island representatives
Armlrnl HerMcy has held to his po- having made a good showing.
Mllnu us third in tho list and seems la The record of the otc after the count
lio quite (onteulcd for the piesent tu t.ils morning follows;
Five fire whittles will be blown
when 8an Francisco-Honolulu ea-
ble communication Is re-estab-
Instructions To Jurors
Are Now Being
HARRISON TELLS ABOUT
HARD lib' ARTE I) DOCTORS
The last cvlitcuco In the Johni.on
nitiri'cr ease wan given this morning
Doth the prosecution and tho defense,
hnvo closed. Tho liislruetltnis to Ilia
Jury have almost been settled. They
will ho settled early this nttcrniHin',
and tho caso will then lie ready for tho
argument to tho Jury, which will, how
cer, quite probably bo postponed un
til tomorrow. When that Is done anil
tho Instructions given to tho Jury, the
St Louis College Alumni Association 268115
Co. D.N.G.H., Hilo 249032
Admiral Geo. C. Bcclclcy 214353
Judge A. N. Kcpoikai J 54423 . J JoI",B"" wl" rm '" ," J"ry',,
Diamond Head Athletic Club 454031 When the proceedings opened Depth
. ,. lr i i-,. , -.,.,, ty Attorney (icncral I'rosser offered lib-
i-lliuc rwcgci v-iud J3o . Joellrns to Harrison's testifying In ro
mi v tf I a TT If n n ' Inil Irtl tilth mttnnX Inn fiiiitnrtiit Int. liii
wirs. uucy wrigm, watmca, rvauat zo&y
Mrs. C. L.Di:kcrson 28028
Thus. C. White. Kcalakckua 25893
Jas. L.FricI (Mauna Loa) 22701
J. D. McVeigh
Initial with regard to a conversation ho
hnd hnd with Johnson. He slated as
grounds that such it declaration must
necehsnrlly bo In the defendant's favor,
that It was made when Hie relation of
nttorney and client existed between
JolniMin and Harrison, and that it al
22387! lwrd the defendant to testify while
1...., ....(I. I .. 11. ....I nl..l. ll.n
. - , - Hill IlilWii i.uii, mm nnitniti p,'""t. "
Aalil (Jub J 5625 ' prosecution u chance to cross examine
I n f .-.-rill-i.-,! r"...v,.,-,:.,r I .MCI n
feu i.ut iniatu Nu.tiiiiii.a" - " ---..-.-..... tl'lj
D. K. Watson
Miss Hannah Sheldon, Lihuc Kauai
Louis II. Miranda
Jas. Kub, Kauai
S. K. Kamaiopili
Geo. H. Dunn, Lahaina
Miss Lucy Kaukau, Lahaina
John Rnposo, Lihuc Store
J. dc Braga, Kauai
H. D. Joe
Kaimuki, Waialac, Palolo Impvt. Club.
A. M. Souza
H. D. Joe 13S6 C; F. Doyer, 6; M.Munlr, 9; E. 0. Kong
P. N. Kahokuoluna (Pala, Maul) 824 4; A. Comer, 4; Ceo. Chronls, 09; Rex
M. C. Anjo 811 , Hitchcock, 9; Milt H. M. Machado, 1;
Manuel Qoares 400 Cro. Porfirlo, 1; Mary Cafa, 1; Mil
j. ncarifjues 377 Mome Atoiau, zr; Henry d. Ryan, i;
Court Camoci, A. O, F 173 John Kealoha, 8; Burnctte Drown, C;
SHROUDED IN MYSTERY
SEEK NEWS FROM
"The fact that no cable communica
tion ran ho had with Han I'ranclMo
strikes mo as n most serious Imllcu
tlon." said W. M. tllrfard of W II. Ir
win & Co., this forenoon to an anxious
group of business men on I'ort street.
And (Uffnrd's remark voiced the senll
Uicnta of hundreds off people In this
Ai the hours passetC after tho first
ruble announcements of the Han Krait
else) earthquake yesterday morning,
and it was found Impossible to Ret
word by cable to or from Han I 'ran
cisco direct, anxiety Incicased.
"lies Han Kranclsto been so stricken
that thcic Is absolutely no nay of con
necting with her by wire?" Is asked
LONO WAIT FOR REPLY.
Superintendent ('.allien of the rahlo
ollli-o told tho Admiral that he could
not tuy when a reply might bo looked
for An answer may reach Honolulu
early tomorrow morning, or possibly
not until late lit the day
The cable lines of the world arc nec
essarily cry congested nt the present
lime, and It In tiki ly that from all over
tlie world Information Is being suiight
In regard to the H.tn rrnnelsco terror.
Admiral Lyons staled that the Navy
Department would probably do nit In
IIh iiotvir lo gel u reply to Honolulu
louiiil the world Tho matter of time,
he f.ild. of course denciided largely oil
how long It might take the Department
to iteriiie the desired Information
by ii.cn who nro worrying lo know . DUBINE33 HOUSES ANXIOUS.
I .... I.I l .l.lnll .f 41. fl tt.ot ImJ ' . . .
Judgo Hoblnsou ruled that evldencn
had been produced regarding conversa
tions with Johnson during his stay In
Jail, and that Harrison could testify on
this matter in rebuttal, Harrison's
proposed testimony with regard t" tho
condition of tho scene of tho crime, as
he had seen It on n visit to Wnlalua,
wits, however, not allowed. Harrison
then took the stand and proceeded with
Knrly In March ho had seen Johnson
In tho Jail, Johnson wild ho had been
working for Miss Anna Holt.
I'rosser again . objected on tho
grounds that If Harrison was permit
ted In testify nhnut tho story Johnson
told him, It deprived the prosecution
of Its constitutional right to rros-cxam-Inc
thn defendant. Tho objection was
oven tiled anil Harrison went on to
state what Johnson had told him.
Ho hnd worked for Miss Anna Holt
for n period of years nml later on for
I'rosser again objected. If tho story
was to ho told, the defendant snniild
lie p'need on tho stand. Tho part of
tho testimony ri'lring tu Hie time wns
stricken out, and llarrlnon went on,
Johnson had said hn could not re
member tho name. Hnrrisnn told him
v.,. . .M,iiuw, n, j, r. ....... ifo iuiiii rcMiun, o, uuriiciio uruwn, o, .. ,, , , i
W.J. Harvey, 160; E. Scharch, 12; Jockey McAullffe, 1; AnBellne 8llva( u11wnM iioccssnry for him. Johnson In-
Mln C. Comes, 3; Hazel Hoffman, 4; 1 1; Mils Hulda Johnson, 405; Ed Quinn
Ccoirje Oatt, 5; V. Jacobsen, 7;. 005; Joe Medeiros, 0; Geo. Drum, 3;
uigui martin, qd; m, Dotelllio, 62; IKang Simpson, 3; Miss Kate Wood
Honolulu Athletic Club, 45; C. E. Pe
terson, 29; Geo. Cachlcopulos, 31; An
ti-5wcar society, 48; Dr. K. Yanagl
hara, Kauai, 9; Miss Mary Con
sales, 20; Chang D. Yen, 11;
Henry Houan, 37; Jerry Ournlngham,
"! M. Olevlero, 10; Cant. Greaory. 7:
Miss Edna Agau, 17; C. A. Sam, 62;,siah, 1; Miss Phltomena Perry,
Ml3 Eva McLean, 7; Chief Thurston, (Continued on Page 4.)
ward, 5; Mrs. M. M. Machado, f; Mrs,
A. O. Ftosa, 1; Mary Gouvela, 1; A.
Fcrrandez, 4; Mils Kate Farrell, 1;
Adeline Medeiros, 1; A. I, Sltva, 1;
Alrra Nelson, 1; Aug. Comes, 1; Hulda
Johnson, 1; Pacific Barber Shop, 1;
To spend money on clothes
of unproven merit Is to squan
nlly said ho could not remember tho
inline. It was something like "McCov
urn." At this point Attomoy Cicncrnl Pe
ters moved to stop further testimony
on tho grounds that tho purporso for
which ho had been allowed to take tho
stand had been served. Thin wns al
lowed and Harrison left tho witness
Luiltana Dancing Club, l; John' JcA ' ''. ''''J 'henmndo it motion to
Dtiinv ijiii inn vntii v viiik uvvi t iu
liiot'.on wits denied.
I'rosser nsked Harrison to get baelc
on tho stiind, and asked him on cross-
examination, If ho had acted as John
Min's counsel at the tlmo tin visited
him In tho Jail. Harrison said ho had
been appointed by tho Court ns his
counsel, but had not yet been incepted
(Continued on Page 8.)
something in detail of the Into that lia.1
liclallrn the Coast city.
MERCHANT3 8EEK NEWS.
At the nuggestlou of numerous mem
bers of tho Merchants' Association,
I'rebMeiit (I co. W. Hinllli of that body,
at It) o'clock thin morning, dlrecttd tho
following to Hear Admiral Henry
Mcrthan'n' Association of Honolulu.
April 19, WW.
Hear Admiral Liins, Commanding P.
H. Naval Hlatlon, Honolulu, T. II.
Sir:-On behalf of the Merchant!.'
Asboclatlon of Honolulu, and tho clil-
zens of this Tenllory, I beg lo nsk
that you forward at our oxpenso n ia-i
hlcgrnm via Asia. Kurope, and theiico
tn the Navy Department, nt Washing
ton. I). C, nuking fur nil posslhlo dell
ttltc Information which they may lutvu
In refereuco lo the ctitastropho ut Hau
Immediately upon learning of the ex
pense In this matter I shnll ho glad lo
plaeo In jour hands the nccessar
amount rcnulrcd to defray same.
I have the honor to be, kind sir,
Yours very truly.
(li:o. W. SMITH.
I'lesldeut Merchants' Association.
K. II. I'AltlH.
Secretary Merchants' Asso
ciation. ADMIRAL LYONS CABLES.
Hear Admiral l.jonx, at oneu follow
ing tho suggestion of tho Merchants'
Asscclntlnn, dlspatdied n enhlo nd
d rented to tho Navy Department,
Washington, I), 0.. to go nrouud tho
World, nsklng that Information ns
into and ns complete us could posslt
he obtained concerning tho Kan I'ran
The mystery of the failure to get newe from California deepens with
cacti passing hour.
It was stated on excellent authority that all effort to gain any telegraph
ic communication with California by way of New York has failed. Cable
ottlcers In the Orient have done their utmost to open up the lines to New
York tor prompt handling of the news and thus far it has been Impossible to
get word from any part of California within eaiy reach of San Francisco.
It it said that even Sacramento cannot be reached.
This was the situation at about 2:30 this afternoon which would be 5:30
o'clock in California.
What this means can only be conjectured. The last cables received here
from San Francisco said that the land lines were demoralized. Unless
there was great destruction all over the State it would seem next to Impos
sible that a full day could elapse witltout at least one icicgrapit line ncing
Thill ri nrn.il .lf.f.1 nf f ii.vlitlv In r,.ll
In the loiul business world U rldciic' PU' '"' operation to some Important point within the State.
nl by the fact that cables huo been
Died with the local olllec by nearly uv
cry commercial firm lit this city.
Tltla morning Alexander d llaldwln
cabled to New York by way of Ma
) lill.i hhI.Imc fur ilclliiltn newH nf tint
ciirtliiiinko anil Its results. A reply Is
(Continued on Page 4.)
Accordlnn to all nreient indications coupling with these recent events
the cable which Manny Phillips received from Portland telling of the Impos
sibility of getting Into communication with California the conclusion Is
compelling that the whole State of California hai been seriously affected by
the earthquake and the comequcnt demoralization and perhaps lots of life.
When leading officials of the cablo eompr.ny find that they cannot reach
California It Is certain that the difficulties to be encountered are most extra
ordinary. The Vice President of the cable company it In Hongkong. The assist
ant manager Is at Guam. It Is cald that neither of these gentlemen have
been able to get a word out of California, though they have been In direct
communication with Mr. Mackay, the head of the whole cable system, Mr.
Mackay Is now In New York.
In Wreck Continued Silence
Source Uf Surprise
To Cable Operators
Dr W I) Alexander jesterday morn
ing rei-eUed a cable from his son. Wll
Ham. In Kan l-'ruin-lstii. aflcr Hie earth
ipuike, : tilting that ho was sjfo am; ,
well. Win Alexander u otllco wits In
the t'luiile building, MXl California
si net Koiiii alter this cable tuiiimuu
li.it ion ceased.
ran I M
rlsco catastrophe be cabled tn tho Na-'lJ
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The continued tack of Information, frcm any telegraphic source, of tho
San Francisco earthquake has kept the whele city on the anxious seat all day.
Cable operators are unable to explain the failure to open up the line to
the San Francisco beach. Teitt made here show that the cable has not suf
fered any Injury and the failure to connect up mutt be due to some untoward
Incident. It Is possible that the operators were Injured In the fire after they
quit the cable building. It Is alto possible that Instruments and other equip
ment have been destroyed; and, again, both men and Instruments may
have been lost.
Early tills morning the Bulletin, at the request of the Chamber of Com
' merce, sent a cable to the Manila Cab lenews asking whether any news of the
if 1 dlsnster had been received from New York, No reply had been received up
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The assumption Is that Manila would receive notitication through Its
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through round-the-world messages which require upwards of seventeen hours
From all indications, the land lines seem to be working to within a short
(Continued on l'agi L' )
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