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Vol. 5TV1II No 3551
Whiskey Was Very Bad
Cheap Clartf Was Good
LIQUOR DEALERS ARE BEING ARRESTED
The Treasurer's Department has
started on a raid of llio various liquor
dealers of the city who nro Belling
ndulteratcd liquor, regardless or the
tlatute paused by U10 Legislature, nt
1(8 last scsRton, According to a mate
incut made by Treasurer Campbell to a and if bo requested by tho llcci-scr,
Bulletin reporter this morning, out ot shall furnish him n copy of the repor:
over thirty snmplcs of whiskey ob- of the analysis,
lainrd from various dealers In the city Section 37. If tho certificate of sil
very fow proved to bo lrco from for- alysls shows tho samples to obtui.l
bidden substance, in tho cheap clar- liquor which Is adulterated, tho Trcus
ct, however, another story wan found, tircr shall cause, such licensee to b
This grade of liquor, which Is popular- prosecuted and upon conviction them
ly supposed to bo composed mostly ot of, such llcenseo shall bo lined Iti 11
arid and a llttlo coloring, showed up bum not to exceed $600, and his Ilcci.se
remarkably well and only ono snmplo may bo revoked and his bond forfeit
was under tho test, and this to such a cd.
email degree that It was hardly worth Only ono arrest was mado tbU
while milking a test caso of It. morning, that of Joo Clark, but accord
While only a half n dozen nrrcsls Ing to Treasurer Campbell ho swore
will bo mado today there will be many to warrants for Condon, of tho Oreatcr
more to follow If convictions can be New York Saloon; Harry Jucn, Slug
obtained In these. Tho cvlilenco In all l-oy and others,
the cases Is already In tha hands ot I 1 1
of the Treasurer's department und as
hoon as It is seen what action bus been
taken by tho District Court other ar
losts will bo made. I
The law provides n fine as high as
JCOo for the' offense rlmrged and then
goes still further unci provides that
In taso of conviction tho Treasurer
may rovokctht) licenses of tho offend
ers and may declare tholr bonds for
feited: The line. Itself would, In some
of tho cases, be ft veryesevcro penalty
but the forfeiture of thollccmsc wniila
naturally drive tho owner pf the es
tablishment in which tho tin
was found out of business.
Tho Treasurer stated today that ho
was prepared to go ahead with tho
cases nt once and that tho only rea
son tint ho had not sworn out more
warrants beforo Judge Whitney waslm, , ,
that he wlahP.l to have, n IpkI mod., nt lmornlB t "' " In tho Kewnlll
the law beforo going any further lnto,ll",r,lt "y shooting himself througil
mi; iimiicr 1 nu uuttiyHis mBiiu ui in
liquor samples which wcro brought
In wcro jnado by Kood Commisslonet
Dun cun. tho chemist of tho Tcrrlini
ial Hoard 'of Health who furnished rn
ports to Treasurer Campbell.
Tho law In tho matter says:
Section 36. If tho tamplcs analyze!
be found free from adulteration pit.
hlhlled In the pharmacopoeia of thb
Whejn th cnt'n away
the mlc will play and
whn th family m out
nr aljp th
hnaan Innlpar. Why not
makt murm by putttns
your valuable In th
aafej dpoIt vault.
Truatt Qo., Ltd.
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, HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII. MOJS DAY. DECEMBER-. 190
United States, the certificate referred
to In tlio preceding section shall s'i
state, and the Treasurer shall pay tl.n
llcenseo for tlio sample obtained on
presentation by blm of tho written
order upon which thoy were obtained;
WI1H A Mi HE
Despondency On Account
Of Sickness Was
Naophl, a Hawaiian about 47 to SO
venrs of ace. rnmmlttiwl rhIMiIa thta
tho head with a 22-cullbcr rifle. Do
spondency on account of continued
tlckness Is supposed to havo been the
tauso of tho deed.
The rlflo used was au old affair ot
nn antique, typo. Tho bullet entered
tho bend Just back of tho rlaght car.
Nobody saw tho man shoot himself,
but (hero wcro thrco people. In tho
home when the deed was committed.
Tho Inquest will be hid tomorrow even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
TO BE TRIED IN IDAHO
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 3. The
U- 8' 8uPreme Court rendered a deel-
IftM tUla MHfilii. ! k ..!. a
v.. ...W......U ) (! 0
Moyer and Hayward, the two leader
In the Western Federation of Minora,
charged with the murder of ex-Qov.
ernor Steunenberg, shall be heard in
Th Weekly Edition of th Evenln
Bulletin give a compute cummary f
in npw et tn pay.
is founded upon be
comlngness to the Individual, and as
long as a man's clothes are well cut
and of good quality, they can be said
to be in style. Extremes are always
dangerous and do not expreis style.
Style does not mean one thing to
the man with meana and another thing
to the man with limited puree.
If you are figuring on a new stylish
suit, let us show you one of these
which bear the famous label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
THR KM C,lll).
tin art rnliimns affnrrl thR vr mflrchant
Mora TH Of
Prestige Won by Leaving
San Francisco Fund
COAST BUSINESS MEN
MORGAN WILL GIVE GOVERNOR A
REPORT ON THE RELIEF SIT
UATION AS IT IS ON
Jas. V. Morgan returned last Friday
from San Krancisco, whero ho spent
several weeks. It was originally his
Intention to go to tho City ot Mexico,
where ho had heard a certain treatment
could bo found. In San Krancisco bo
found out, howovcr, that this treatment
could not bo had In Mexico, so ho did
not continue on bis voyage. Whilo In
San Krancisco Morgan was cabled to
for Information about tho band, and
took prompt action In tho matter. This
morning he gave tho following Inter
esting Interview on tho subject:
"On receipt ot tho cablegram from
Mr. Peck asking mo to find out about
tho band, I tried to locato.lt, and got
In communication with ncoplo at Ogdcn
and Ileno, nnd through, them and tho
Southern Pacific officials, I got In com
munication with Cohen and cabled tho
result hero; that If tbe band camu In
the Korea, It might need assistance,
but that If It stayed over it would re
turn without such.
"On tho arrival of tho baud tn San
Krancisco Secretary Atkinson and 1
called In Cohen and tho band boys. In
talking with Cohen I reminded hi in of
tho fact that It would bo to the advant
age and the benefit of the Territory, II
he returned the band without outtldo
assistance. The following morning
Cohen called on mo and told me that
ho had arranged to return all tho mem
bers of tho band, und not call on public
subscriptions or any relief fund for u
slstancc. "I was In communication with Mr.
Peck, and I .thought that If thcro was
any fund being raised hero or assist
ance being rendered, that I would cer
tainly be notified ot that fact. 1 did
not receive any notice, but on reading
the Chronlclo on Saturday morning 1
taw that the sum of J250 had been
raised here, and bad been cabled to
the Union Trust Co. of San Krancisco,
to see that tbe band was roturncd.
"I rang up the Union Trust Co., and
asked what they Intended to do. They
told mo they were trying to find tho
band, and were going to return It, und
would not havo anything to do with Mr.
Cohen. I advised them to go a little
slow on that proposition, as I was In
communication with Cohen then, and
felt that he might bo In condition to
return the band unaided, and that the
subscribers to tho fund should not havo
their money paid out when It might be
possible to havo Cohen fulfill bis obli
gations and return the band. Certain
ly this could'not bo done without com
munication with Mr. Cohen.
"The result has justified my course,
and I had the satisfaction ot hreing
(Continued on Page 2)
0J, The PRUDENTIAL stood first
among the companies operating ex
clusively In the United States In the
amount of Insurance gained In Its "Or.
dlnary" department alone. This Is a
practical expression of the Insuring
public's approval of Prudential man
agement and of its confidence In the
foil HI. Donotul-i
' p WMPi aajfj -m",i -mmim vma .jiiji jiimhj.; f 11 .,
Kllauea yesterday. Thcro is
a slight flow of lava In thu bat-
torn of tho crater.
f Tho obovo wireless was M-
f eclved HiIh forenoon by Tho H11I-
Ictln from its llllo corrchmil-
cnt. dcorgc Lyciirgus, tho own-4-
cr of tho Volcano fiouso, also rc
f reived a wireless on tho tame
f Biihjpct. It was from Dcmonthp-
4- ncs, his manager, and rn.nl at
f Volcano actlvo. lie can SiimUy
4- morning. Lava running rnntlnu
Old Ktlaucn has been absolute-
ly quiet ccr since tho beglnnl?,;
f of tho year, when thcro vni a
t tttt fmtt
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 3. The
following nominations for the Cabinet
were presented to the Senate today by
President Roosevelt: Secretary of the
Trersury, Cortelyou; Attorney Gener
al, Bonaparte; Postmaster General,
Von Meyer; Secretary of the Navy,
Metcalf; Secretary of the Interior,
Garfield; Secretary of Commerce and
Labor, 8traues; Justice of the U. S.
Supreme Court, Moody, ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 3. In
Congress today brief recolutlona were
passed of inquiry Into the dismissal of
the colored troops by the Prealdent
and were presented to him.
BAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Dec, 3.
Tho arraignment of Abe Ruef and
Mayor Schmltz has been continued
till Thursday at their request.
his hns thn ifov nnnnrtnni
iitl (HIE TO BID
Leprosarium Tenders Are
MERCHANTS HELP AND
McCLELLAN WES TUCK
ARCHITECT CABLE8 THAT OPEN
ING CANNOT BE CHANGED BUT
CHANGE FOLLOWS NEV
ERTHELESS Tho contractors or Honolulu today
won a great victory, with tho assist
anco'of tho Merchants' Association, by
securing tho postponement ot tho open
ing of tho bids for tho construction ot
tho Kcdcral leprosarium buildings on
The following cable was received
this noon by the Merchants' Associa
tion from Geo. II. McClellan, which
gives tho contractors a chance:
New tender has been secured for
February. Plans and specifications will
be forwarded by mall In tho China."
Tho local contractors. In splto
of tho obstacle thoy met with.
still mako a valiant Acht in crdvr
to bo let tn on tho bidding tor the con
structlon of the Federal leprosarium
on Molokat. ljist Saturday Supervis
ing Architect Taylor cabled from
Washington that It was .too late to
chango tho arrangement made so as
to gfvo tho local contractors a chanco,
but, undaunted, tho contractor sought
and received tho aid of the Merchants'
Association, which Immediately cnt
a cablo to Its representative, George
McClellan, to take a hand In tho mat
Tho wholo history ot the aalr Is told
In tho following mrrcspondencc, which
Includes tho letters I.ict p-nd be
tween Lucas mothers and tbe Govern
or. as follows: '
Honolulu, Nov. 27th, 1900.
Honorable Georgo It. Carter, Governor,
Territory or Hawaii, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Wo aro desirous ot bid'
ding on the buildings In the I.cprosa.
rliim Station at Kalawao, but It will
be Impossible for us to put In our bid,
(Continued on Page )
WILL NOT COMPROMISED
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dee. 3. Th
dispute over the Oelrlch will haa not
yet been settled.
Leave Your Order In Tim for
'Alameda" Deo. 8th.
A Gun Metal Calf Bat for men's
fall and winter wear, Medium point
td toe, Cuban heel, Bluchtr cut, (In
gle extension sole, A good fitter,
Manufacturer' Shoe Company. Ltd.
1 05 J l;ort Street 'Phone Main 282
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Brown's Lead Cut Down
To Two Votes By laukea
LOST ONLY ONE VOTE IN THE SIXTH PRECINCT
Tho court commenced this afternoon
on tho recount of tho Bevcnth, Elev
enth, Twelfth and Thirteenth Pre
cincts of tho Fifth District. Judge
Krcar took tho Seventh, Judgo Hart
well the Eleventh and Judge Wilder
tho other two.
Threo precincts were counted by tho
Supremo Court this morning In which
laukea made a total gain .of five votes,
thus cutting down nrown's lead to '.(.
votes, Instead of seven.
In tho Sixth of tho Fourth, whero
It has been alleged that tho "endless
chain" was used, tho recount of tho
court proved very disappointing to
laukea, as ho had oxpoctcd to mako a
decided gain. As It was, he mado a
gain of only ono vote, as whllo tho
court refused to count throe Brown
ballots, they also turned down. In
this precinct laukea was expected to
gain enough to placo him In the lead.
In tho Eighth of tho Fourth, thn
Democratic candidate mado his tint
real gain. None of his votes wero
thrown out while thrco Drown votc3
wero rejected by tho court.
This cut down tbe Brown lead to
throe votes and a bioadsDillcwsi aeon
on laukea' face fur a moment.
The next precinct to be counted
ahowed a gain ot two votes for laukea.
which made bla total gain of tha morn
ing flvo votes. -
The results ot tho count for tbe
BIXTII OK THE FOUR1II.
Offlc'l. Recount, by Insptrs.
Brown li'o 232 18
laukea 133 131 14
Blank 14 17
Rejected I court laukea 2, Brown
sevk: . it OK THE FOURTH,
Oftlc'l. Recount, by Insptrs.
Brown .1 143 140 7
laukea 1G2 150 G
Blank 3 11
Rejected by Court laukea 2, Brown
EIGHTH OK THE FOURTH.
Offlc'l. Recount, by Insptrs.
Brown 150 150 2
laukea 150 147 6
Blank 4 6
Rejected by Court, laukea 0, Brown
When tho Supremo Court opened Its
session this morning In the recount
caso tho bag containing the ballots in
four precinct wore opened, those of
tho Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Tenth
Precincts of tho Fourth District. Tho
chairmen of the various boards of In
spectors wcro present and testified
that tho bags appeared to be In tho
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same condition which they wcro in
when they wcro delivered to tho Coun
Kinney asked that the blank ballots
In tho various precincts bo counted,
that It might ho seen If thn number
added to thn blank and votes cast
equaled 1000, tho total sent nut by tha
Country Clerk. Kinney also entered'
an objection to tho counting of tho
ballots of two of the precincts, as thu
bags had been scaled with wax, but
with a distinguishable seal, according
Judge Krcar took chargo of tho
Sixth, Judge Wilder of tho Eighth and
Judgo Hartwell of tho Seventh.
(IfttUtti PrM SftiM Call
SAN DEGO, Cat., Dec. 3. As the
reault of a dlsput over land In this
city today Howard Gere shot Edward
Brady and hla wlf. Th latter shot
Oor. All three are dead.
The trial of A. P. Taylor for Imper
sonating a police ofTtccr, for being un
lawfully on tho premises of another
and for assault with a dangerous wea
pon, was taken up this afternoon In
Judge Whitney's court. It. O. Mather
son Is alio on trial for trespass.
Tho man who opened the door of Ah
Kwal's lunifcc nt Taylor's demand, tes
tified that Taylor flashed a police badge
on him and ordered him at the point ot
a revolver to open th edoor. Another
Chinese testified to the same thing.
Sheriff Blown testified that ho had
never Issued a commission to Taylor
luring his present term of office. He
had Issued a badgo with the under
standing that a commission should be
Issued later. The trial Is not yet con
Mrs. W. I. Goodwin, who was report
ed to have mysterious disappeared, Is
living In a boardlngbouse In this city.
Sho is making her own living, and
states that she left her husband bo
chum) of certain differences with blm.
A .heavy-built dark Ruailan calf.
Blueher Bal, Solid oak double ex
tension solt, A leng wearer, Jutl
the knee for winter,
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