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Vol. XV III No :i:!(i(i
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ri THE. EVENlNO BULLETIN
V, S2000 PRIZE CONTE8T,
TUESDAY, APRIL 2-t, 1906,
fl Thla vota U good (or three wetle
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NO OTHER PRESS IN THIS CITY CAN
HONOLULU, TKKKITOKY OP HAWAII TUESDAY AVltlL 21 1
PllIOB f Oknth
MAKES LENGHTY PLEA TO ESCAPE DEATH
The following places have been
: designated as depositories for '
Henry Waterhoute Trust Co.
! M, Mclnerny.
R. H. Trent. -J.
The rooms of the Promotion
Hawaiian Hotel. 4
Alexander Young Hotel.
Benson, Smith & Co.
V Holllstcr Drug Co. 4-
Hobron-Newman Drug Co.
Chambers Drug Co,
: Honolulu Drug Co.
Hawaiian Trust Co.
.tnhurou, the inurilcrcr, dropped bin
innik this morning when he received
Iho tloalh sentence. In n nln nppcnl
fur inciry, liu tirow lu (lie winds, llm
nppciirnnco of1 slnllil stupidity, which
lie l-ns carefully guniilcil tlirtiiielmtit
Iho course of tlio trial. Tor mora than
forty mlliulcH (19 told lilrt story, con
i.ccnlUoly ninl Intelligently, trying to
show Kiintc icnsou why ho should not
ho sentenced, Ills appeal was In vain.
On Iho contrary, It fully cnnUncctl
everjono who heard htm. nnd who
might previously have had doubts nil
In his itanlly, or Iho fact thai Iho do
fciidnnl wan perfectly rational, nnd
that ho was fully responsible for his
It wiw when (he Court nsked John
Hin II ho had anything to say befnto
Kenlrncc was Imposed on him thai
Johnson surprised cverjono prcHenl
by making 11 frautle nppcnl In hin own
lieh.ilf. lip spoke quickly, at the ralo
of about ITU words n minute, but Mill
bin Hpcech wan perfectly coherent ami
bin facta put forth In logical sentience.
Johnson beKnn hl.t speech wl'h Ilia
facta f rum Iho time of his nrrcnt ami
told n HtrnlKht stoiy of Iho cvcntH up
to the lime of the trlul. even mention
Ing boiiip featurcH or the trial Itself.
Ho Htated Unit he had wished In take
the t-tand o testify In hbt own behalf,
but had been deterred from doing kii
by mime lemnrkB made by tlio Court,
ho bail, liovecr, Kevernl llnieH con
t-hlcivd .inking lila counsel, T. M, Hitf.
1 lion, lo allow hi in to leHtlfy.
The ilefeiulant then took up Ilia
dory of his later I Up, bentunliiK nl tlio
lime when he wan employed at lh
KcntwelfK place. In this connection
It wan noticed thai ho meullnued the
iiaiuen of I he members of that family
with apparent facility, while Home of
the HtriuiKCBt evidence whlih was
brought forth In favor of Iho luminliy
defeiiKC wa that lie could never re
member lliene ery nanicH. In Hpllo ol
Iho laet that he Hhould hae been fa
miliar wild llirm on account of hit
constant association with tlio people:
uhi) buret them,
Johnson then went 1111 t" deerlh0
how he left the Keutwelln uml beeanin
employed on Iho Walalua iilanlu'lon,
nnd how ho bciamc n boarder with
The defendant with great cunning
ref mined front making any dliect
Htatemeiit an to whether or not he did
nctunlly conimlt tho murder on tlm
little Wharlon chlhl. At the Hiimo
tlni" ho proffered several et iikch In
1 how that the evldcneo which had
been produced ngaltiHt htm wan not
conclusive. Thus, (or Instance, ha
accounted for tho presence or blood
on his clothing, tho telMalo maikM
which first pointed tho linger of guilt
upili.st him, by saying that tho blood
had been smeared nn tho clothing
when lio killed a dog and n thicken.
lie will that the dog lu iinrMlon was
a huuni'liohl pet In Iliu Wliiuton f.i Hi
lly. Us uucleiinl,nrHS had inn l-i tho
Chinaman, who worked for the Wlmr
tonu, angry. 'I he Uilenlat ihrefoie
surreittltloiislv ftliick n titn far Into tlin
nnliniil's lUsh, and let '. remnlii Ihrre. I
Tin) animal became fundi - vlth p.iln,
and when one of the chlhlreii trlinl to
comfort II, It lilt Us luml. The Whnr
tons, who did iv I know the reason of
the dog'a strange actions de-Mi'it that
it was .Ijnguroi'.i nnd told Johnson to
k II li. This he did and In iMuk to
tun blood came mi hh clothing.
Tho killing of n chicken and 11 boll
on his leg, wlil'ii he thought li" 11 Ight
li'ie Kcvnlrhil, were alro mctilloiKil
by Johiisiin as explanation'! of tho
bloodstains, lie also mlute,l out (ho
fact that Iho Chinese, uhu waa ullh
Mauniikl when tho hoily of Iho mur
dered chllil was fuiiuil, him not been
proHccutail nllhougli susjili Ion, so John
sou unlil. should be Just 11s strong
against the Chlliamau us against him
keif. r'lnally Johnson dwelt on tho subject
0 tho confession whldi ho inaile lu thf
polko at the Walalu.i Jail Ho said
that drunken polleo olllcers had beaten
him, klekol him, twisted his leg and
toiliired him In other mautieri, In the
mc.iulluie they were continually pl)
Ing him with iiicstlous, vituperalliu
him. ninl accusing him of being till
linirilcicr. All kinds of people had
Imcii coming to him uml hud asked him
ho did not know what lo answer or
nil torts of dlrfarcnl questions, so dial
(Continued on Page S.)
According to Information iccelved
from China 011 tlio Nippon Main, Iho
Iioyioll lu that country In now tirnciM
(ally at nn end. Commercial activi
ties ere lucieaslng, and Iho outlook for
Impioved relations with Iho United
Htatcs Is exceedingly satlsfai lory.
This is 11 uiidden turn of uffnlrs, for
It was only two mouths ago that tho'
CIiImso were preparing for n uinlln
lied and hitter light against American 1
gooilu. lu spite of Ike boycott, how
oer tho trmlo with China has never,
nt any time, Buffered to any great ex!
teal, nnd it In thought by some that
the Icailem of Hie hojcotl huvo found
their cfforlH ipilto usclesu uml there
fore have been Induced to quit tho
An a result of the lack of transpor
tillloi lietween lloiiolulu and Kan
rranclseo, the local butter Hiipply hajj
run short, and wiihtn 11 few daH there J
will he iinno to be had. Uveal deater.1
cay no more butter will probably bo
lecelved before the Alamedn arrives,
and long heforo Unit tune theie will
bo none left lu the city. Sonio butler
is iiiiiiIo on the Islands, hut It Is not
uillllclcut tn meet even tho ilemamln
of u small propoitlon of tho families.
Tho mountain Is beautiful, hut tin
Mil Is uiore fetKle.
Hold Up Of
Vessels of tho Toyo Klaen Knlslia
line, of the rnclfle Mall lino, ami of
Iho Oriental & Occidental line ham
ceased to sail from San Kranclhco for
nn inilcflultu period, owing to the
earthquake, nnd the transportation of
mall, paHSengcm nnd freight between
thin Hirt anil ; lie mainland will be se
riously handicapped an n result. Tho
news of the (suspension of sailing of
tho vessela was contained In u cable
cram to Itaekfeld & Co., received thb
morning. The cablegram stutcd lh.it
"I'urther sailing would be Ruspcudeil
Indefinitely, owing lo earthquake."
According to previous Inntriictlons
tho Nippon Maru left tculay with
enough piovisloun lo last her until she
can lelurn to this port, but its the mil
itary authority lu Han I'rnmlsco will
not penult vessels lo lenvo at present
with provisions, It in hclloM-d thti
tuny account Tor the news received to
tl W. Cnrr, superintendent of mail
transportation, staled thin morning
that ho thought tho illnirulty would ha
ctriilghtcnrd out lu n short time, lie
Is Inclined In believe that Iho deten
tion of tho vessels will in but n tem
porary mutter, and that tho malls will
roon ho coining and going much u
wan the case before tho earthiUnko.
"I huvo full conlhlenco In our serv
Ice," said Mr. Cnrr, "nnd I feel court
dent some method will bo found In
Snn Kranclseo for the triinsHrtiitlon
The recent Information received
(Continued on Page 2.)
Largest Stock In tho City
from which to make selections.
J. Hopp & Co.
!j- "Old Reliable Furnlturo House." j!
1! v n 11 u n a 11 1 l n 1 n a . i)
- - - ... - .,.
ji To spend money on clothes
J of unproven merit Is to squan
1 ! der It.
Reliable clothes quality Is not
made by glowing advertise
ilnnti WatprhnnsR Trust Ro.. Ltd..
,wwwu ' . . '. .
Stock and Bond ".oxers,
Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4,
CON8IST8 IN GETTING THE DCST CLOTHES AT RIGHT PRICE3,
SUCH GARMENTS AS
CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN
MADE IN NEW YORK
The CORRECT CLOTHES FOR MEN, MADE IN NEW YORK,
are equal to tho to-order-tailorod garments In everything but the price.
Wo have proven this to more than a thousand men let us prove it to
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TEL. MAIN 25. COR. FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Many 'think that because their prop
erty Is small, there is no use In mak
ing a Will. This Is. the best reason In
the world for making a Will, If you
are a married man with no children
and die without a Will, your wife gets
only one-half of your property,
1 Wo are willing to advise you, freo
of charge, as to the proper legal way
of drawing up a Will.
i Fori Street, Honolulu
'FRISCO IS RUSHING
OVER 1,000 DEAD,
MANY IN RUINS
ftmincfafrd l'rtu Special Cahlt)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 24. The excitement Is subsiding and res
toratlon of the city Is dawning.
All destitution Is ended and there has been practically no crime during the
period of chaos.
All the bank vaults are probably safe pnd will be opened alter cooling,
which will require possibly three weeks.
The Coroner says that tho known dead exceeds one thousand persona
nnd probably many were cremated In the collapsed buildings that went down
in the first earthquake. This is particularly true of the flimsy lodging houses.
Thousands arc homeless and are camped In the public parks. Golden
Gate Park Is crowded.
There have been no further fires.
No fires are permitted in the dwclllngo now standing because It Is feared
the chimneys aic.unsale. The people are cooking In the strctf.
Thro aie no lights itd at night the city Is in total darkness.
Theie is no water r;c(it tor diinklng. The Fire Department is practi
The U. S. Mint will soon furnish the bankers with temporary funds.
Temporary electric construction had been started on Market street.
The exodus of people continues. Free transportation Is being furnished
the refugees and no freight lo received at tho wharves except supplies.
Business olhceo established In San Francisco suburbs, and in Oakland.
General Greeley arrived and will rupercede General Funston.
A hopeful outlook 'for payment of Insurance fire losses.
Telegrjphlc communication Is reaching a normal state.
Oakland Is congested with refugees. The relTef work is systematic and
excellent. The streets aro patrolld with soldirs and utmost etforts are be
Ing made to Increase the water facilities.
Secretary Shaw directs the distribution cf $10,000,000 among the national
School vacation has been announced until September.
A heavy rain drenched the unsheltered.
Tho municipal committee Is planning the reconstruction of the city.
The sanitary situation Is Improving.
Epidemics of disease are not likely.
Sewers are in a better condition than was expected.
The dynamiting of dangerous, buildings on Maiket street Is progressing
Municipal olficcs have been established In the Western Addition.
Oankers are conferring dally.
The coming In of relief is unabated.
The hospitals are crowded, ..
Thousands of volunteer physicians and nurses have prolfered their ser
vices. Chinatown will not be permitted to rebuild.
The Chinese section will be transferred to the remote suburbs.
The spirit of the business community Is uncrushed.
The San Francisco newspapers have established plants In Oakland.
There will be a Chinese iuiibh meet
ing this eveult'ri nl 7 o'clock In tho
Chinese theater 011 Mlllia Micct to do
lerliilue whether to send the ICi.uiM
belonging lo the 1'nll",! Clillies'i r-'o-iletles
to Chilli or forwiuil It to H.1.1
l-'rnnilsio to icilcM' thu suffering of
(IrlentalH at that pl.ue It has been
Kiigcesled by sonic of the lending Chi
nese Hint the money be Used In bli)
iliu at this place and send It direct to
Hail I'raiii'isi-ii it Is slated If llilu ,s
done the money will be kept 011 tills
Island. 1 ho money which Is under ills-
About Kj.wm will be sent oil the
Venturii this ctculng by the Relief
Committee to siiffeters lu Han rmii
clsio Tlio members of the committee
lime hecu hard at work alt day trying
lo raise as much us pilblo before tlr
Thete will be no meeting of Iliu
Hoard of lleiilth liiiuoriow
iiisslou Is Ilia' over which so much
(rouble was recently had In Chinese
We have just received a shipment of
All of the latest Styles and best Quality
X-B. KERR A Co. Ltd.
Fraser Cables News
Of 'Frisco Shipping
8AN FRANCISCO, April 2-1, I0:i0 A. M. (San rranclseo time). To
Cannot yet locate Governor Carter as the wires are down.
Frank Cranford Is O. K.
Frank Sheridan, of the Bulletin, Is at Oakland.
Goodrich In charge of shipping. Restrictions will soon be removed.
Customs Mouse resuming today,
ALAMEDA LEAVES ON TIME.
Spreckels assures me that the Alameda will leave on schedule time.
(She Is due here on May A.) Supplies and men are difficult to obtain.
Mongolia is at the dock.
NEWS OF THE SAILING VESSELS.
Bark Albert empty in the stream.
Ship G. O. Curlio sailed April 14, with cargo.
A.-H, 8. S. Nevadan salted for Seattle on April 20, empty.
Dark Edward May loaded in the stream.
Dark Andrew Welch partly loaded In ctream.
Schooner Marston discharged at Crockett.
Dark Gerard C. Tobcy repairing.
Bark Coronado discharging at Western Refinery,
Try To Reach All Points
Superintendent J. O. Gaines of the local cable office caused the follow
ing notice to be posted at 9:40 o'clock this morning:
We can now accept messages for all points, subject to delay and send
We can make no promise except that we will do our best.
J. D. GAINES, Superintendent
FINANCIAL SITUATION AT STANDSTILL.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23. To Bishop 4 Co., Honolulu: Situation
cannot be exaggerated. Financial situation at standstill; will continue
tome days. All business and great portion residence dlstlct totally de
stroyed. BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
TO CONNECT WITH EAST IN 24 HOURS.
The following was posted In the local cable office at 8:20 this morning:
"Our San Francisco hut is working direct to Oakland, communication being
made temporarily through an underground cable. Wires down to outside
nistrlcts. Hope to restore communication with Eastern points within 24
hours. San Francisco delivery unchanged; subject to delay and uncertain.
"J. D. GAINE3, Supt."
PACIFIC MAIL DOCKS UNDAMAGED.
The following cablegram was received by H, Hackfeld &. Co. this morn-
"Pacific Mall office Is burned. Now Oakland. Docks undamaged."
CABLES WAIT OWNERS
Two cnblegrnniit nihlressed respec
tively "lli-rinilrh" ami "Menu" ur
uwalllug their owners at tlio cable of-
llin 'I' Iks IntniirtitMu si 11 1 it fnnnl irul I 111
morning and Hie olllre staff has hecu
unable to locate either of the persons
Anono who knows or knows of Hut
persons for wliutii these cablegrams art
luteiiileil will (iiufer 11 fnur by In
forming the cable ollke
Hong (1 noil of tho leading Chinese
firm of King Cluing & Co, cabled a draft
for $11100 to Kan l-'runclscn list night,
tills being an luitlMduiil iimlrllinilon
of the llrui for Iho suffering Chlnes of
Han Krantlsco. Tlio money was sem
lo the Consul for distribution by him
Tho latchkey docs u man many a
Snappy Distinctive Styles
Just Opened a fine collection of
snappy shapes for street or dress oc
casions, the styles which most strong
ly appeal to careful dressers,
A breath of summer Is noted In
these cool, comfortable oxfords. Their
High standard of Excellence, is becom
ing a by-word among careful buyers.
Remember that our reputation stands
behind Every Pair of VJ.50 3hoes We
This cut Illustrates a soft vlcl kid,
blucherette tie, with welted sole, styl
ish Cuban heel and swagger toe. A
multitude of sites makes it within our
power to guarantee a perfect fit.
The latest styles are always shown
in our show windows. Expert Fitters.
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